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DAILY


VOL. 30.


NEWS.


PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, MONDAY AFTERNOON, FEBRUARY 19, 1900.


NO. 14.


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


SAT Tl E HEELS O'10 WAVE


DEFENSE WILL DENY


FORTIETH ANNUAL STATEMvENT OF


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faill -4f box.-; of ammunitIonl ad-
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mneiit vi-i D.lagoa bar. This.is III-
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urday Night's Storm.


r I'aP opI Il/e'i ta i, I IaIhi in \ ir-
.ini;ta-On- Mai I"'.:i.iol lDead in a
IhKi'-h- ailr I ihpi llrm0 C'au hlit ill
t(lie St-or anl l-tro-r i tiiThear Iltoats.
N *.; I.. \Va.. Y l. 1II.- .\ l-la1 t: 4d
<0t- lli -It Ip al rrivi:a tI I-d ly r *#I,,'rt-
S!.az NSttirdJity nI.tit'.s -*:Mi n ;ii i ; t:
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K it: l.in Siti .-ICCU ImnbJ to
:I... coldi ht-re.
}-'. lu i,-rn tilif-rmripn in Hatt,r:t,
Inl-, were caught in a blindlin. -nIow4
stoirni and troze in their boat.
SANT.AN.-,E, F,-D. l.--(;ale- are
cau-iiin a number of .shipping di-a'-
ter 11iI thie Spanilih coast. Three
sniall vs-iels were wrecked and 24
,eamniu were drowned. Eight other
vestel-, are missing. Two coasting
ships with a total crew of 4, are re-
ported foundered oil Gijon.

WANT A UNIFORM PRIMARY.
Georgta's State Officials Unanimous
o the Estrablibsh-d Custom.
ATLANTA. Feb. 17.-With theelection
of a United States senator for Georgia
on hand during the present year there
is practically unanimous sentiment
among leading officials of the state,
and particularly statehouse officers that

the established custom of nominating
a.l Democratic candidates, including
the candinale for senator,. by primary
election, should be followed out to the
letter.
There has been no intention on the
part of the statehoue otlicers who, with
one exception, that of Treasurer W. J.
pi-eer, wili ask re-elec'.oa, to suggest a
change of thie method of seiectioa. Tne
sati~laction cre' eli over the Ptate four
years aco, when lion Charles F Crisp
was voted for at tiae 'riru-ry tor United
:-iates senator. waqs rec'aled yesterday
tvy every oftl.-ial wno wa% appr(:acihv.i as
t, his views for tne elc':ion ot senator
ILis year by vote of tnu p.*op.e.


sktall Crulsel .I y I r.t!ri.
I'D: ]il N. C.., Ie 17 Ernest
Youn;, a sciiool teacher, was kil.ed
here by a train on the Srtic.ern raii-
war. HIs was walking down the track
and did not hear the apprraculug train
un;;. it was too late. His kuil was
crusbh-d and le died instantly. Mr.
Young belonged to a ; rominent traniy.,
aditi was a w*-ii known young educator.
lie was 22 years of n,., and graduated
w itr the highest nonurs of his class last

Inclidlnt of th'- (Ov.-,ti w.
C'il.tBRA, S C ,. 1eb 17 -L .. Wal-
drop, a prominent cotton manufacturer
of Greenwood. attempted to drive over
a flo.itinc bridge on Salads at Green-
woo-i Hhi horse Iecame frightened
and tumbled into the deep wa'er Mr.
Waldrop was washed away in the flood.
After clinging to a tree for hours, he
was rescued by negroes who had to
bui.d a boat to go to his rescue.

Ie{ .ptintOn W.1 1 1-Given I)ewvy.
JA,< K..,Nviif.L-. Fia.. Feb. 17.-Admi-
ral George Dewey and wife will arrive
In Jacisoonv:ile early next week enroute
f.,r l'a:m Beach, Fla.. where they will
t.e t::fe gusts of the Hotel Royal Poin-
I tna for about two weeks. The Jack.
.iuvi.l,- boird of trade will invite the
.>iun:ral to Jacksonvaile, and a splendid
r., -e:t on whil be given the hero of Ma-
n.,a bay.
%lreet lnpronv' I-st Fund.
'. a~rtn:. A*a Feb 17. The maycr
of New LDecatur has recommended to
the board tnat the city shall refund its
mutrsanding bonds to the amount of
l.. streets and iimproving the old ones. The
I.,,ard wiil act n it at its next meeting.
Thl!or i- n14 i b-tt,'r iedicimt- for th-
!i' tl1-- tl..in Cha.iinb rlaii's (t',tizh
I;-Ini tiy. It- pl;.a-aut ta-te :tanil
" I,*>;n1 and ,- :n:1al cure- itak- it
. ; ,\,rit,- w it i ti.>O wi r- ai: I -: i, l
' 'hlii, u. It aquicklvy cu*..**- I-r
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Counsel Preparing Evidence

In Big Lawsuit.


CONTEND FOR CONTRACTLIFE


Carta.gla-'. Attorneys Say All Papers
WIII11 It.RaIy Fur tile Tria L'poN
Illsl Ieturu to PIhLoaburg In a lFew


ITT -Plitl. Feb. 1- -The acceptance
of serviLe by the attorneys for the de-
feuiiants in the Frick Carnegie contro-
v,,rsy suit lears the way for the actual
beginning atf tie tig~at in thu c urts ba-
tween tie two steel kings. The recog-
ni:ed a.iherents of each are doing all in
their power to marshal tnsir respective
forces for the contest and consuitaniotis
on campaign p!aus are being nead night
and day.
The 15 days ailowcd for tiling an an-
swer to the suit dates from yesterday.
It will probably be tiled before tue ex-
piration or the time i!m.t, however. as
tue counsel for Carnegie may all the
papers will be ready when he returns to
Pittaburg. which wiil be early in the
week beginning Feb. 25.
Immediately after Carnegie reaches
Pittsburg he will go over the papers
with his attorneys, affix his signature.
wherever required and no time will be
lost in filing the defense.
The defense it is said will be in the
nature of a general denial of the allega-
tion of Friok. as to Oarnegie's malevo-
lent intent and a strong contention that
the "iroqclad" contract still exists, and
is as forcible and binding as it was un-
der the old firm of Carnegie Bros. & Co.

THANKS FOR ROOSEVELT.
Republican lloue lExprres'*e rl-nd.
sh*1ip For N-W V% i k' (o-,)vrratur.
FIANFKvanI:T. Kv Feb IT -'1he RBe-
publican house tuday adopted a resolu-
tion exte-uniiug thanks to "lhat galiaant
anti patrlotle taesmau," Governor
loosoeveit, fur wcriis of cheer to Gov-
ernor Ta',.r and further resolved that
taey would nevw-r cease in tie:r efforts
till the Goebel election law is renpalel.
Another re-olution was adopted ex-
teunius tinanks to the Indiana League
of Rlep::b!ican club-, for syinp:ttny aul
encoura.g-:--nt to Uver:-nor f'ay.or anu
earn ,it ,.._ud for iviil liberty.
!.c.ruii'. 11,o llr.
M .' :, 'Fob. 17.-Tho rork p:le is
tak;:, we.l witthe beggars of the city,
and it ii a noticwab'e fact that fewer of
them are seen on tme streets tuian for-
muerv. Tue pteop.e seem to carry out
tue requc't of Mayor mith by snmdiug
ail the tvergrs to the place provi :ed f.ir
themui. o lay a large number of peopio
are at work and many are making as
much as 5bcents per day. Men, women
and children canu te seen crushing rock
wnicn is to g.) uder the street-s of tto
city wucin uIn paving commeneosagaini.
It 1-4 a strange iact that the city is pro.
vi ling work for many people and lua.-
ung money at the same time.
.1 ust Not Ce osi'uotq.
WASHINGTON. Feb. 17.-The contend-
ing factions among the Republicans of
Alabama have been called off by no lese
a person than Senator Hanna. chair-
man of the Republican national comn-
nlittee. At the same time Senator
Hi.nna. speaking for the president, has
served notice upon southern R-pubii-
ans that t.ffioehoiders msnt mtay in the
background in this year's flzht. taking
no part l.rominentiy at least, in ihe
inanageme.at of the affairs of the party
and keopin; titeinseves off tbo list of
delegates to the national convention.


Soldiers Acquint tel.
LARE i). Tex Feb 17-Privates B.
L GLiover and Joshua Nichols of the
Twenty-fifth Unit-9d States infantry,
who have been on trial in the district
court here for several days charged
witu assault wau Intent to comml/0m11
murder, wore acquitted. Glover and
Nicnols were ilu-tied in c,)imnection
with tne riot on tile nigut of a(ct *'.
last, wnen a party of the unoro soldiers
left the reservation aud tired many
shots into aind over toe city. Cipriano
Nunco, a citizen, Lb2iug wo uded during
tue sano:ing.
Primsma s lli) ri* It l-'iorllhn.
PALM BRA 'i, Fiia. Feb 17 -Madame
Eimima Caive, the famous operatic prima
dountia, whose horn, is a beautiful cha-
teau near Paris. n1 a gue-: at tio Royal
foilnctalia arid wi.l revliait ua;ii uieXt
week. wt.en bhe wil, b -oinope. ed to re-
turn n ,rta to ti.1 ier etiga,-.lients.
Maoaiaia- (CL a.T : c eII(li s'sp .t' 1-cg:i l.,n,
lut -a, is accimnp.th.e i ty ier mn:aid.
vno a.,:. aS lIter: :e 'er.


Nl i -a S fil -.& % I -ra-if.
r L<'', -. F. : -- M "-. .'&aa Cam-
mr, w:fe oif a t .niary vworiman and
ni-'ber of five chi. 'ir-.:, to.lay iioared
oil over h r c.otz:'.n an i di.rterateiy
ignit"d it in th-e presence ,,: her drunken
husband and wil rr ,baby die of her
injuries. She took tint meth *d in order
to be revenged on her husband, whose
oringing she objected to.
WHILE. TiHE; N .SHIN-FS
Pl't h your roof. .Inip-r. (Cypree?
:Mn' Pini sL!.igle, at ti.. IB I;. Pitt
Mill Co ', lf-lw

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The Equitable


ASSURANCE


SOCIETY


Of the United States,

FOR THE YE7TR ENDING DECE7M BER 31, 1899.


ASSETS.


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.27 IM7I 74

69J1 tS9ST

00l5, 2 1(;-If;K)


We hereby certify that, after a personal exatnina-
tion of thle securities and accounts described in the
foregoinm statement for the year ib~i., we lind the
-aime to bh triu- and correct as stated. The -tock-, and
bond. in tlih above statteminits are valued at then mar-
ket pric- l)Dece mber ;i3, ih!.
Francki.! W. Jackson. Auditior
Alfred W. Maine, 2nd Audito;.


LIABILITIES.


A- i;-t ;!i(ce "I'n;:( If ir R. -rv on all e x-
isting policies I)"y S.ef'-.s" valuatioll
*,('>mput.atioi by N. Y. ii-tirance lD)-
partmenut 21(i.225..'7. Slpe'rin-
:tiiier i t .4 certiali,. a:. ................... .. 'iu,. 7-, i)
A ll oith -r Liabilities.................... .t ,Ki.:;t

Total Liabilities............21 ),073&D() 03

Surp)lU .........................S (117.477.77


. .J : . . . . .
le-al F'.-;trt,. iz tltidii t !Y E luEtIrtil)ul
Huildini- and purch'iii-t- under lori -
cli -ire of. io rt s . ..... . .
liitta ( Stat,.,. Sut;te. (ity and Railrial.
Bonds. ad d other itiv-ottiienmt'. a- i ),r
iti;rK 't ,i>t ttitati -ni D c(. : ). IS mlllar-
ket vali>,- over co.t, $13,7417.21:l.45 ....
Lo:an- 'icureail by lhainds and Stocks
itln rket value D'1.. :'a. Is9",, 21.ll41 .-
. . . . . . . ...
Policy Loam i ............................
Real Etatee outside thie State of New
York, including pl)urcha-e- under fore-
cliosure and olfics- building-...........
Cash inl Banks and Trust Couipaniet- at
interest ................................
Blialances due from acrsit, ...............
Interest and Rents due li1T.774.22, aid
accrued :($494,121 6'5)................. .
Premiums due andi in iproces of collec-
tio n ....................................
Deferred Premiums.....................


INCOME.
Pre.nium Ri .ceipti..t................... $ ;2. I t I '.
('a sh rie-i'ived tor init-r.-t atin frit' in
other stiurce.; ................ ...... 1 1 1. '. '

Incoin C .......................... S 5 ..*

DISBURSEMENTS.
I- ath ('laim .................... ........ 1.; .',
Matured ;,nd l)iscDk united End owillent- 1.4';#.1;.e'.91
Matured Defterred Dividend Poli'is. *. ;>- 3{1A.X
A annuities ............................. ->-;.;t-N -
Surrender Values....................... 2. .-'-.'.:1 442
dividends paid to Policyholders........ .:; c, .sa (

Paid Policyholders.........- 5 24.107,541 44.
,Commissions, advertising. po-tage and
exchange ....... ...................- -..- -.. 4 :12,%43.
All other payments; Taxes, salari. s,
medical examinations, general ex-
penses, &Ac ............................. .' r*_'o o p
Sinking Fund. Reduction of Hook val-
lues of Bonds purchased at a premium 1 :112.4-k) 00

Disbursements.............$ 34,,882.()25.C0


ASSURANCE.
Instal-r,-nt Policies Stated at the.r Coimnmut -< Val.ii..
Outstanding assurance $1,054.41(.422 o0


Assurance Applied for
S in 8( ...................
Examined and De-
clin cd (1 .....................


2 7,356,()Ioco


34,05 778.00


New Assurance IssuCd S 2i 20)00

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aandut i.-iv aillitj% atkt'inr% faior the vi-ar I:a.u lara *a19-rt ifv that W'*
have II pi'r.otu. cars-fti livvxau sisim Iih..l ii' aia i4t.at- nAul tii'uftaII
d,-~lv rthat .1twiaf-,re-izoinlg -titatvioet tirtai-uof i-4 t r ui an4dcorre-t-
F. i$oIw iflot ~ t IaahcTu. i n-- uai Itan It t e
T S ) iI. F I r. ~i. -tt.9 .. -u:rd on f
u.'I a.ati-w.. !,I. Ai.-iaid, r. J iiretoatur-.


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-T X F -1 ti. K. I N F. A Na,: I if v Nr,*A 1. i


DIRECTORS.


.an,-W \V. Alexander.
Ini, s Fitzgerald.
Cha, taltIeVO M. DepIw.
\Win. A. Whoelock,
NMarcellus Hartley,
A. J. Ca%.a-tt,
('orneliuis N. Bli-a.
Henry (1. Martmuand.
(ieo. H. Squire.
'TlhoQ. D. Jordan,
('. B. Alexander.
('iCharle. SS. Smith.
TiUio,1" S. Yuuniz,


.Jtmlleu H. Hyd'-.
T. Jetlerson Co,(lidge.
Jaicob H. Schiftl.
Win. A. Tower.
John Jacob A-tsor.
(lage E. Tarbell.
(le- rga- J. u(iillla.
A. Vatll Siantvoirdl.
Edward W. Lambert.
('e44. T. Wilsnti,
Sir WV. ('. Van Horne.
H. NM. Alexandler.
T. DeWitt Cuiylor.


John A. St,-w:, t.
Robt. T. Uincolu,
D. (. MIill-.
H. ('. Haartick,
John Sloani.
WVIn. Alexander,
Marvin Hu-hitt,
I}. J. Fairchild,
M. :. Inr alls.
Davit H. Moffat,
1Braytioin Iv,--,
C('. L-dvyar(l Blair,
A. Vain B-rgein.


Levi P. Mortim.
A iiu ,t hio-lin rnt.
T'llima-! T. IEkert.
Jatm-- 11. Diiuih.ain,
Siduy 1). Ripll-y.
John J. M1c'tok.
Johlin E. Searlep.
Samuel .11. Inmain,
(;te W (',arl-ton.
E. Bo)udilnot (',it,
Jo -ph T. Low,
Alatiison i' rask.
J. F. )DeNavarro.


OFFICERS.
J;tames W. Alexande-r, P'' .-, t.
Jaimel H H yde,. I' -II',' .,/* n (iag- 'Tarb-1ll .S '.... \, .' <- 'r' '.
(-o. rge T. W ilson, I i- '-" 'i-' ,* T o'i intas D. Jordan. a ', .. /,f, ,-.-
WVilliam Alexander, A.-, '*'/. Sidne-y D. Itipley. I',t ,,r r.
W illiam II. Mclintvyr. A.-..i.,ian ./Jamest H. Lorin-. R, 'imr ,ir.
Edward W. Lambi-rt, M. I.. Edward Curti-, M. 1), M,1.' ,/, bira t',r.


KN(OWLES BRO()S., GENERAL AGENTS,


Pensacola, Florida.


WRITE FOR ILLUSTRATIONS.


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gre.it IItllil>t-or i; v-i.itior- wh ill
comre t)o P}.n-.(, l, fir th--1 MN rli
(i ia- : ,-tiviti -. Nitify v Fo--
tclieiti i r ; itt tl- .r-;on ;.-. tira' at
smilce t "W imt;iIi V i-a ( c ii tc.--itt;iu-
J.l" ;at;dl r.it, p.-r I:iy. !a .-.L


LINDENSSTI TIIl SAYS


tt,ink v,,: wa';it (ti buy ;t ityt!:hin- or
t.iat. Y U t I I'I ,' hIe wr-,'r, ---w liiv
l.:ave --,)lht tt iirvain yo Vanit -xtr, ii-Ily.
At tiny rate. w*e alwa;- hav-. --l!:,i.-
til.l :,-w am: t ioit-;*--ti:iz" ,'v.
:atrd -',-i u-(a-t.,ll t',-'- Vy U I.,,,t'.-
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tia-it La-I i~u)#-a r'di-( Il t nlli cio- iuh it t -.U-l -Ii. .
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aftir .rivilnzthrthe iucal d- Ct ui a t1r, li
bi)Ucit a baittl" u1f (harlllt-nrlti1.-
Couizii H-noedy andti b.t-ri--u!:w t- EsiihFurniture Co.
iirnn-atiata- impruaveii-ri-t. tald :1.-.r TL -.Esrii
I hid us~ed threp at~--in--v- ut r-Jutiacaiz- 1 r'
weree re-tdored toi t hi-r hi- It y -Tat- Iy.le s aaf'rn,
- -B S EWAHIi-. Pubhm-hr.'r stI1-- tt-Pnc-


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FhfLITIES FRICK'S ALLEGATIONS
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Total Assets ............. 280, I


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2 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1900.


EMPLOY.VM.NT OFt ICK.
Ring up 382 or call at the office.
11 North Palafox street, when in
need ofa carpenter. B. I). Hoffman.
Basine~ Agent of the Carlpenter*-
and Joirers' Union. will tur-sI' yuu
with the desired help on -lort n -
ice. ni25t f


RASN




RANGE;


All Con
Ready f
for...


49,


To those new c(
just setting up 1
keeping these R
are just the thing


Exar


Call and


them or drop us a
and we will call o:


PENSAOLA 1 i(

No. 3 S. Palafox S


SOUTHERN

Boiler Ufo


Bteamboat and Sawmill
Work a Specialty.

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THE HUNE VADM1lY rfF USO'C,

MISS EU'EL:N..- '. \i P:-
miss IDA~j:~j.


Best PtetFlourl.

P~a fc Wisf /' -.'


ear., hei w.




sale 1)itic~ i*'KC(;-,'caus('-
coer!I Co.

Phone JP6. Iropri'',


CHICHES'rcP S EiC.0.. 4
sYRf .. L PiLL-


KIMBERLEY RELIEF

MARKS AN EPOCH

French Gallantly Marches on
the Beleaguered City.

A WONDERFUL CAMPAIGN
Core on the Run-Lord Robert% the
Hero of Great Britain G(eneral
Kelly.-K.nuy's Brigade Capturing
Ammninultlon.


.LONo o, Feb. 17. With Genera
Cronje in full retreat and General Kel
ley-Kenny harrassing his rear, hope
run high that a decisive action will oc
cur, if it has not already been fought
The dispatches from Jacobsdal confirm
this belief, saying General Cronje has
been obliged to "outspan," in other
words form a laager or camp in order
to reot his oxen. He explains Genera]
Kelley-Kenny's latest dispatch referred
to *shelling the laager, which alsc
brought long expected word of General
Kirtchener's whereabouts. Thu.t the
general who so relentlessly pursued the
Khalifa to his doom is supervising the
pursuit of General Cronje adds greatly
to the confidence of the nation now so
eagerly awaiting further news.
If General Tacker with the Seventh
division is able to effect the projected
junction with the forces of General
Keily-Keany, while the Ninth division.
nected under General Colvillo, is rapidly coui-
ing up from the rear, the hero of Khar.
,r Use toum should have a sufficient force to
or Use decisively engage General Cronje and
prevent him from reaching Lloemfon.
rein with an effective force.
Over the whole Modder river district
there is such tremendous military ac-
tivity that it is hard to realize the area
.....- covered or grasp the fail meaning ow
the movements.
gerefontein. are active elsewhere. A
speciall dispatch from Orange river says
they are attempting to cut the British
line of communications at Gras Pan,
but it is expected they Lre not iikely tc
effect a serious result. They are, h(w-
ever. undoubtedly making a strenuous
.- ..- effort to cut the rtr'sh lines to DeAur.
Oa the otLer hand, comes the news
that General MacDonald hai agaun oe-
capied Kood esbert.
Wm hat precautions Lord Roberts has
omxers a dop ted against counter attacks are not
yet known, but the war office and pub.
house- lie are thoroughly convinced that he ;s
fully able to cope with ail continen-
anges c:es and that, if it is within hu:nan poe.
sibility, he will infl.,: tue defeat on
. General Crocje that is s,) much more
im ortant than the relief of Kimberley,
bril.uan; a Wias th, Ttter achievement.
No'bles G tui.ai to ite Fioat.
m i ne T st anit ocf the special corps of
1 y y.called the e o
bridge's Own, le!. L,)ndca th;A6,o 9
L card to embark at Southampton for onuth
n y Afru1"c. l? force :- ccuposed entirely
n yOU. of men o,' g:cd social position. Lord
Abinger veari c rp',.ral's stripes, while
Lord Ailesbcrr'skofnIi troocpr. Each
-..; htd toT- '*:- for the privilege
0o jic:r. the zmoner going to purchase
II t;e r cu-t:!s. whlis tuc:r piy is donated
to the fund ior tine relief f the widows
I I g a- i ;ch:!':r-u of the killed s.:iiers. Im-
ton-e't .I. ,;A A,Vrated the ientlemien
ruh"-'*" as ther wer-e ernedt. on their
ay :..' st-.:oi a:ndi he t-.uu starte.i
d'i.n ..: ite:n.i: ~u L.e s tnes ef ,.ntunaUi-
7OLD -i'?Le f:: .; ('n:- T, wn arnounce
S::.t en: .u' t n ..* :: n.(r:tt.nous :ol-
S Av i' i at- ; oi nn .;:tnent of the reiif
': i :: r. l .-r ( \ rnin-mn i',i uq was
~:e 'd i .u.-1 to crov.ius aud the
street. n: -nuc.-: 'ir rind gover-
r ,: >'a t (:I "r A-!'ir 1 M .ner,
r. '. :i: .t ; 1
r i., :-, .r.i.t d ,ronn th (e city,
,-.-. : c.: "; L:.s. t,- Il.- in.,z and
o t..-. 7:0'\ .r ylupn; lent c to
l jtyI i" i .:'. .', : .i. r-- incheses of
: .' .. : ,--4: t,, i n. ;: S %-n- pathy
i!,, i tS, ," ~,.:::- -, -v Wa.is stm :-
'..;o .' tI ; !:'! : : t u-n o f C a p e


'STik;:,LZO,'J -*4 SAVANNAH.
I' Iuu I in-1 tr~io i. :-itt.r w ant art
Ii Crt. .' li i
7_ .'u.rannah-
T. :i .: ii rq aro on a strike.
.ie'-v ii!u o'c-.-~ 1)-nour iiiar v-ery
U- 1.1- :n 1 I'V. W t-1 net- wan!
!i : e,.*. 1 -c,:-' -ut. z-a c riaz's tork.-
!k c ~t! l~ i
:.-::~-.- -rs acser*thtat the
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a-- i~~:. to cttqr at'~nd-. and
V:..l'--t ~' r~e if ttuev %vero
e--- vIt Ot T rarr:voa. 'lucy
a- n -i.:,-.i; -o.- w~t~i tia
7 ; 1 :ur,:: yr .i-t: a xumaybe


CASTOR IA
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought



Li: uli ""0 )YOVPI'-Fl-FI-and

;i tift i-n. to vL -X '. av.-- hill"
to' -r fr : a- f.r


I N N It 1


A HUSBAND


SAYS:
lefcre my
wife bt(-,n using
Mother's Friend
she colsId hard'I t
tet anr aund. I dT
(,t thit 11i she
c ould

without
it now. She has
used it for two
months ant] it is
a great help to '
her. ,She does
h e r housework
without trouble."

Mother's Friend
is an external liniment for expectant
mothers to use. It gives them
strength to attend to their household
duties almost to the hour (of confine-
ment. It is the one and inlyv prepara-
tion that overcomes morning sickness
and nervousness. It is the only
remedy that relaxes and relieves the
strain. It is the onvy remedy that
makes labor short and delivery easy.
It is the only remedy that puts the
breasts in condition so that swelling
or rising is impossible. Don't take
medicines internally. They endanger
the lives of both mother and child.
Mother's Friend 13 so!d b) druggists for $1.

The Bradfiell Regulator Co., Atlanta, Ga.


Junt lilupplose.


Liit,, 1, l VP:i 111 ig- I I, I h'. 1 m t a
buill irs-uia-l .t4 a Nvolf. -1vps

"I nw- .r u-:( d any111-t IaiasIl',"'(I1 s
One Mliniute (iu.'n(I il Vie are
nlvver without it 1." Q uickly lbreAk-
uip r'oizh- and ('old-.. (Cu: jil,


she~ tiard. S. Kahl,
l/l I) 'ANN1) G UI L F iN1N1)
-% II, %. Fla.. F', i J i
A lui ti iif I hi-,tiI I.-
wi~llhi I eld ., t!!. 4Weifhe.. Ith. e- i:

?"Ill lid I*' i-i-.


110d a M11arble Heart.
Ilartforl has prod(ucedl a Caseof a
wran with an rar~ie hten t. I Ie %w-:i-
Ai:I.A1lNs N ilsot Lev in. a S wevdish ta Ior.
,1.9~top-y ,h'wvil:h ziiri(Ies Innd the
It, ft vcI Ii I C- e t io iJI-((I "-*lI II I a I I vI to tu
-Z!.ru I!tS. tilt' S:-I;(' S I.iii tha.t
a n :: .1th to f (a r r o ,IIIi nju il thi ek
.111-1 hy 4)11 i I: t i Li 4'a Jlhect. of

lIII- of tIl eII(-I swi']"! .
'1'.it case is the W-4>1of !he k;',a e ver
kt~~vn LIv in's 1e1 t i w16~ieli
hea tt.- New Ye~rk .iou;rri;-.
The (Germnn IWay.
Thle 1.iiid~lot chroiclje -nyv.t iha t.
Wli l' olCoI41 Rnldon~il- 1jo1i-ejIs 1loook on
scoutlu;:Las to lji~elpuchsed lby l-ng-
lisli solideiss-it it.-; pubisheIId llicv.
WithinitR week of itsfappearanlhce it
was translated. pnibl iisileila nd i li-
trilinedl vitliout c*ost to every soldier
In the German army.
"I had bronchitisi every winter for
years and no medicine gave ifle per-
mnearnt relief till I began t o t'akhe
One Mfinute Cough Curo. I knIow it
is the best cough Iinediville liadlp.-
says J.- Koontz, Corry, Va. It tjuiek-
ly cures coughs, coles. croup, astih-
nia. gripped anid thront anid lng
troubles. It Is thle clii dri-:r 's favor-
it- rtiiiedy. ('nre" quimckly. I-io--
uri-.' Pharmiacy, John iiShf-ppard,.
K ah1ni.

Do You Want

To Be Pre tty?


RUTE$TIO$, huIDIES I


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

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

PARKER DRUG CO.
For Sale Only by

ff4iqs', p4qf#4Y,
215 South Palafox St.


Indigestion!

We c ('ttllen.gce the i'or/,l
to prod(huce a rCiCemed/ cftual
(o th( e .(fafJtffu eS .'li/eraJ, l
It a/r' for the ('cul of In-


(114'CStiOnl,


J) epsia. n(17(


cl Troubles and Skin 1)is-
C(scs. (Guat(rantcerd 9 ('t(Pr


or monLC/ refunded.


Acme Beer.
THE ill T B- FER -o.!L IN
DIn.\SA<'(IA.
D.:nnlioisser Bros.,


AGENTS.


The Jug Trade
Is Our Specialty.- -
]':"l :-i : I ::v. ry : :.d : ,: ; .

Dn ni heiss0 'rws


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PENISACOLA

Art Ni~edk1Voik R~oos
T-Lnbr,-i-Ierv fmitervitl )f tallIki i
inIcludidznn tStampn'ed IDPiI C(eutler-.
sci-f~.z. -of: Ut l l:.Etc.
Battenburg and Point bace Patterns


-%t%,I) itAIlS.
-F IC DR1. I IV -


Citizens National Ban
OF PENSACOLA.


r. E.


JOHN F. P.FIFFE.P.

R. M. '~


0 1R 5 .T 0R 9:
T. E. W ELL1 E!-Z'. WM. FISHER.
Of F. F. ~-svmiedr.4&-(Co.
K. J. x", H' f '1 l fI zE- JO)H VF. JlF[ I FFF.R,


A Gs,~eral Bankipw


Business


RIX 31. !1.0


Trans~,-


PABST

BOTTLE BEER




HEALTHFUL
AND

REFRESHING






TRY
A CASE a
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SOLE AGENT.
Al-, Sole Controller fe.

SILK VELV] ET.
The very 'pevrfetion .*-:
W hi-ki.,. (di-till'd ii:i
by ,.. (. i-tABi. lI.i t t. 1
vill#, Ky.

ines, LiqLuors, Briii-

Gits, Girsa,.adTeac'

Jug and Keg Trad?
Specialty.

S. A. FI'IED'AN.
::;1 S()'Tl PAL.AFOi X .-'
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Cfo


onily '; ('CI~f.'-(1, (d(11//to uw' if.
On-e (1011(/' b&t~i/lc las! I won-
ly daysx.
Foir sale by (all (1/.,, 6ists..
(a1so 11'. T. Gi-cjri &( 0.
.J'a ia/fox 8/ reef.

T IV. IILKINSON1

Greenvr-ille. Ala.





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Grist and Corn aIgl,
M. F. CON ZMEZ & Co., Prop S,

CHlOICE, ;ME-AL .AND P1 itt: -GtOuNI)
STO(IA EI


and 1-' vi :n t~ta; n at- firecI 'ttn.-
iifi me-iri t!;..- ho~or.-. an U fac't u rer you
alfltrlbut.. to lB. (it-.-of I"Ot.You (1UP
I t E)to h t- -or. i to u n, t v *aWf Inw icnyo-u ilve and
wh'cb contr.,butc.-%ito your support.


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ALL WORK C. 0. D.
I'-SPRO I4_. y*S E-. OEGAP_'-' -
CyODS (;:A -LED FOR AND DELIVERED FRO- "'
WAATJKEI INGRAHAM. Mna :

ESTABLISHED 1 S63.

McKENZIE OERTING & CO.
09 CEALKRS IN 0

Ship Chandlery and General Hardware,
eos AND 005 PALAl'OX STREET.


for Infants and Children.
The Kind You IHave .Avay.; Bought has.; borne the .::.
lure of Chas. II. VIlcchelr, and has been niad1 un1d. :- !.:
personal supcrviuio)n for over 43 years. Allow no ,,)..
to deceive ye, in this. Counterfeits, Imitations .:;
*'Just-as-good are but Experiments, and endanger :,
health of Children-Experience against Exp riment.

The Kind You Have Always Bought
A.o Bears the Signature of


In Use For Over 30 Years.
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C gge 3ouSgt and Sol. Coflctict'
Pr:.ptly Attended To.

ACCOUNTS SOLICITED.


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1900. 3


Weak



Lungs
When your throat and lungs
are perfectly healthy you
Needn't worry about the
Sgerms of consumption. They
I don't attack healthy people.
I It's the weak, debilitated, in- $
) flamed membranes that are
first affected. Hard coughs
and colds weaken your throat
'and lungs and make con-
sumption more easy. 9
If your lungs are weak

scels Islon
is the best rcmcdy you can take. I 4
soothes and hcals ard gives (on.: (
and st-ength to these deicAte r.- /P
brands. In this way you can pr'.c' /.
co sumption. And you can
also if you haven't had it too i.-
Ktp taking it 'jn.l. ycur lunk ';
str

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It'ae-jelors. Ienq' se Note!


HEALTHY OLD AGE.

LiARCU, BENTON Co. rA-..4.~
wnIT 49 ya irs oteall have be, uii f-.it':-
Cihange of Life I ha-l i..dz:-, e j.-: ;A. ,' i
none thought 1I could live M.V ';.-l ..i".,i
Win.- of ('Areui an(! it ar, (I Wy ife'. I "In:'i .e
Wiorbcr person sincctakiagit.
MRS E B. TOWN..:-M.


.WifCard"1


It iS thle Jvlc wish of neariv ail pe-1e tip live V) a ri:'e old a-e.
None of us %ant to di? y enl. i!:s uni~rijsd J irecac~n be' renh.-ed if
care ',e taken -citthe health in early .ir.i nmi.liie liue, A 1:iike reciut.iti-nthen
%% il aJJjid fluy ears to our e.,i'teulce. Leith cin he ke!'t aa av a I .ng
tiniz. Happy. healthy old aL.e v, d!be the 1,tIttilet %v, ilnin %% ho pr '-tiv
c errects the ailments whicii ailia other sex. Ill .e-utit~iV m,- ,f CaraiuiX IIIi
t_.ie thre teinaic chili satl~v (,% r lthe .it% J'2.ZiL CL%! t e-n i*.rlh .. I- I an
w -'.,inh, mJc. As a wite s~h, iauxts it to licK:, ir-r t'lr Ii ,h;! trm's.)
pr,_ nanzy .andci cll rth v'.:thl as !attc tt c in? rt .s A l2..t thle
C:Anl' (f Liie it illhcphcr UV'r t1:2 d.u4Acr-US :i ce :ta"jin
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-1existence. ,!,e i% ill icr. cw (,'A uu..'. UT,)Ih 2 hA.t
S!'. ill preserve th.tt charm a.ul 1%,,;:0- ci ric:' I ic

jLADI[S' ADV!.:CRT UPARTFAIT I I rv ,eV
,":I t fj v444..Fe 4.-.I* hv.

LARGE BOTTLES OF WINE OF CAROMI
SOLD FOR $1.00 BY DRUCCISTS.



THE, OICY13W &L


ST. LIUIB


A. B. C.


BEER.


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A Id So ethel will fiet tloe-.iepWas
I;'!- h-lW~1i t hi" flnfI-mtand fattc-.t.
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oer v:il es4(. Owdlie..rtee the. i1e.i 4e'.
!); I' n,:-'-- the Tfcrvilh-4errvc2Ili.r !iif'Lah-
hut pecial order-; will I)- '-d at
1w neur (if the day* or niz!~. t.


LODGE DIiDEGTWHY

- ~ ee~iI~ '1. N~IG H TS F PY THI I S.
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V. J. VIDAh, Sole Wholesaler.

1 130 IL183Ill BRINDIES W11ES, IMPORTED ID DO01T8110
Panl Jonus anl Echo Sprins Colebratel Whislies.
TRY I BOTTLE OF CEllRY TONIC.
/[". -n P *HONE 154. 1:. 0. BOX 5s7.
JUG & FAMILY TRADE SOLICITED
.; "Free Delivery to Any Part of the -City.
_~ All orders left at The Otflce. Vidal & iirulth, will to care-full)
Stteadoed to.


E. s r'.SElsT,
o--'PROPP.l TOR OF'-o

CRONIeS SALOON
o-DEALEK IN--o

IMported and Domestic 'ies, Liqurs and Cigars.
JUG TRADE: A SPECIALTY.
(Cn"" Pl, mont and Dr vil;,-ra t- PKEN A(COT,A FLA


H. H. WICKE.-


Plumber, Gas and Steam Fitter,

No. 6 South Palafox Street.
Ali KinjUd Plumbing ad G.Ga Fittings fKterial. p Kept "n Hand


DUNN'S


HOTEL


DON EUROPEAN PLAN.


Three Regular
Meals racli Day

25c Eacli.


. I


Restaurant Attached, Open Day and Night.
OYST BS, FISH AND GAME OF ALL KINDS IN SEA.ON.


Special Orders at Any Hour.
RA.\TES:-Fromn $1.00 to $1.5 per D)ay. LODGING:
.,: aml 51. S. South Palanx Street. Pei..e,,ola. 1orida / 25 and 50c


TIME TABLE.

LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD.
IN l.'I.i Cr IA N'I :Y 7. l.- .


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BETWrEN PENSACOLA AND JACKSONVILLE.


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JOHN NICHOLAS'


E?.estau.rant,

305 N. TARRAGONA STREET.
'yi'l' .- TE!- I''N P <,fT.


(Deals at All Hours.


Open Day and Night.


I. UENHatI'


Great



Bargain


Shoe


Sale -


I thildrens Department.
Haznd-..ewed French Kid Infant.z
Button. .2 5,
worth 75c, now 50c.
SH.atnd--e wvd Frei'rch Kid Infants'
liitton.
Worth $1.00, now 76c.
Hand-sewed Kid Spring Heel Button
worth 75c, now 50c.
1Hand-sewed Kid Spring Heel But-
ton..^-11.
" worth $1.60, now $1.00.
Hland-sewed Kid Spring Heel Lace,
worth $1.50, now $1.00.


Men's Department.
Genuine Dong. Button and Lace
Shoes, 12-2,
worth $1.60, now $1.00.
Genuine Vici Kid Button and Lace
Stioes, 12-2,
worth $2.00, now $160.


Ladies' Department.
Kid Spring Heel Buttcon and lAce
Shoes, ;A-s,
$1.00, $1.25, $1 50, $1.75 ail $2.60.
Ttic-y are worth .e5w, more
Kid Heel Ritton anid Ja<-P. ah0
Cloth Top in llack and Tan.
from $1.00 to $3.50.


A Special Bargain!
A lot of Fini Ladies' Shoe-. ('in-
cinniti iake., regular pi ire Vi."
and $1 I, a pair. now only $1.6'.
\V-e only halve them ilf24 and p.
and (4 and I) width-, that is why
We -Iell themI ISo chieif p.
In Ou. Men's Department
VWe beat any store in town; will
tid ,rs-Iel ;:tny rwi ,- a dti i z '.i'v tho-
nlo-t cooinfort lcl1" (it ,and general
A-jti-fitc oioll.

OUR $3.00
;HanLl--,we-(d Vi'i KI'id. S.he, ar.'
u(|i1i:il too ;iiy v$1.% 0 s. how in town.
Kindly ,oliv'itin: .yomr p:ptronage.
I remain your.' to plea-e.
::-j> I. Gugenheim.


CHAS. COTTRELL,
Artistic Photographer,
1:(OJM .x FI"ISf Et BI'l11.IIN(.
2* Ol)TrH PAIAV'OX STRICT.
iatifanction (iuarai.tte-dl i F .-ry Par.
t:"ulnar.


THE CRUCIFIXION
OF PHILIP STRONG


BY REV. CHAS. M. MHELDON
For mal at C. V. THOM 1'r .N',".
:w Mouth Palafox.


BARGAINS


-IN-


Real


Esta te.


$1 00 (f t he 2-~It.%ItcI II'4..., 1I,tf I.- seielii~gPc 'e;et- 7 sII noic
$200011A cIlCVI :.-r,.mct'c c-R1 c
will buY ii l iivser cW, i w-csk +
$ 0 0 nist s,,p -%-ri-s'e. c,. i 111dJ4"
'Iljiqepro -tt' *I. ;n (x t .% l
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$4000 j1clcC4lI i-Iiefc 14

$I. k's I %c. ccci cc l,:I % --I Ii k I;. -IU1I#"
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$ 6000tirw-, :l o .i f : fo'; oi I

I I a r )i i at I bI.I d ; a t c: erIii, .t- .J..c ioa
f c ii! b kftee ciI srZesf ~ .-."'Aen)co
$ 8000 1, c 1-,rc-.9 e. t)be.'. t -alka-
1: I cv Acc c.r-.';ircmrc With
$9000 C ~ e"4 elito ic fair cc ci I ll'IciKSt.
I !La;iint r' #I-rC r tr ick fAr finth *and
cI' p' --,Cs 1),t- i-I .-' fout*Isdo
1C (It) illorks..
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4 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLAFLORIDA, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1900.


THE DAILY NEWS:
atsr" at tbe Post Office at Pensacola.
ia., as seoed-cls t matter.
Omrtca: Pitt Building., 'I. South Pala-
ea stLIet. up-stairs.
PtBLi:AKD I t
THE NEWS PUBLISHING 00.

Terms-Invariably in Advance.
OO Year by -Mail .. (10
MIx Mogitbb *IN
Tuseo Months 1 .I5.
almomouth ;, 0
S Wek. by Carrier, ypayble Monday Iu

THE WKCKK I NEWS:
Ptilitobd e-very Friday at $1.i '-per year
Prtage free.

TELEPHONE NO. 118.


Advwrising Rates Fu'nished on Applica ion.


NI N


Tb.. paper is on fle with the
AIEK ADVERTISING CO.,
INtdiset Bildling. St. Paul, Mlinn.. when
esftmbar, advertisers sad others mar
es~-tee ft sad were estimates will be given
80MnOpOW for GENERAL ADVERTISING.

PE8SAOOLA. FEP. 19. 1900.

CANI D.ATF:s' for the governorship
are trying to figure out the exact
size of the "-coop" w icli Candi-
date J4nning5 ihaQ enginee-red on
them by bringing his distinguished
cousin to Florida on ai family visit
at a critical period of lig6 gabrna-
torial candidacy.

TI;uE e-abli-hed belief that alI
manner of micr-obe)- and lbacilli art.
destroyed by extreme cold i- :now al-
leged to have bee-n disproved by
scientific experimeUnt- recently con-
ducted by Prof. I)ew;.r of England.
the discovf-rer of the process for
liquifyinti air. Specimens subjected
to cold 19 degrees below the fit-e ing
point emerged from the te- with un-
impaired vitality.


No one who know- I S. Seniator
Taliaferro, or hi- partner. State Sen a-
lk'r C. B. It-ter-. either in iir out of
Florida, will !),- at all tr,>u!bl-d by
the gauzy story pvit)li-hod in one off
the New Yorl,k yellow jiurnals aLout
a mammloth ;tt l I ,ovuiernment
meat in which they arie all,.:,- d to be)
implicat,'d. ,till le-s will any onl-
credit the wild tal" when they l 'arn
that it is believed to :: V. originat, d
with e-x-Senator Cal!.

HAnVE the reader-, f i wpari, r- -
and their ijumlt,r. are at;ii-t co-
extensive with the entire aidu!t p. p-
ulation of tl:h counttry-<-xt r r,-
flected upon the- fact tha:tt initwith-
standinir the etnrnirmus atldvai(ce i
the cost of i:l: ,,r,. the. -I b-er'I titih
prices at I :idv.i r: i-h:. r.ti- J ,
linot t e I c,,rr,-;i, idi!:!y ud. s;c.,i"
E very ur tt !r ,: :; re'ri'i.:it1(i- l, in
the atoer.- :.- ., .. .' i :,,n:: "!: r -
spond in i< v, i, -I. -,'I f f !.
general mn::k t. lut t: i.' wipn;.- I
man calln!y ,: o I. ,* k- t lir .i-
losses. al --u; ;'!;','i. 1- e.: ;! ': 1 -
;t th e 1,41 !..t. -. (' 'i ::-, .- :. I r:


Tbe J.~-k -' L-Ev. ita_.N v

though ifl-- ~'.,
reforanati'!'' -- I tit n :ii-
hav.e 1.4., 1f:.:- i :.':.J 'l---



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yell tIn I -u- ad a .- I)it:-




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youthful i;T:: .: -. u
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tof easch *

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C(a th t le t '.--- : ,- ; ,


Are' t io ; -
ftyv ug th ;' .: : : *
W hen ii i.:;-:: '. .: .. : .
offendri- t' i ln:: i". !.
board-s v i .::.:y i :. .-- u : fi i
ter efl-ftu e t.. ; '. Vi i t '.": t -.r-.ry-
lunds for -, It .ing t. -:i t..itlter ;:.:
pa ing t;i ti:-: *,.:tr:-:' Sl snlb-i-t-
rtce for thl-;: ;t t'.* -hot;',? I'
they do. wt '. I .,tl;hir co-l'.ty
offlcals wt,' I t.'reeiVe ':iy flor keep-
iug and feeding: ; r;-oi lrs he-itate
to give up t!e cu-t,'dy (if tl-ose from
whom they :a qii.- profit-'. Or after
all. do s th.- lait. lli,- ith t!iO mag-
isltrat.es wri iz.tre th,- law and


are easily accessible to the press in
every county in the state. Let a
general investigation of the causes
of this extraordinary condition en-
sue without delay, so that the peo-
pleatlarge may know exactly where
lies the blame in each case. The press
alinmot unanimously demanded the
establishment of the reformatory-,
let the newspapers of the state now
discover and give publicity to tie.
reasons why the benificent piirpose-
of the law are not fulfilled.

Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup he saved many a
life. It can always be relied on to cure tbe
dangerous croup and whooping cough. It
gaive-. immediate relief and should )e kept
in every home. It only costs *5'.c a bottle.
LAST WEEK'S EXPORTS.
Shipments to Foreign Ports Valued
at $280..'-A.


During last week three steam and
eight sail vessels of an aggregate
tonnage of 10.521 arrived here from
foreign ports and five steam and
nine sail vessels of an aggregate ton-
nage of 15.5601 cleared for foreign
ports.
The value of exports for the week
was $289,258, distributed as follows:
Hamburg .... $1'.111
Fecamp ....... ,
Have rc ..
Huenos Ayr e .....
Tampicn o.''
Lisbon I .'
West Hartlepool l.."
Vera ('ruz ; :i
Newport i.',n
(e nIOa .* ,
Havana .L'
Total 5.. -


The itoemUs f export were:
Timniber mand lumnib % ft
wa Hlltlt : ,lo s.
oak ltt%
(',iltii. haltl-.
Co(all. tqnl.
R(-in, imrru-i'.
'ihosphate ruck. itii.
,l i d t i r ,.
Flour. Iitrr-l -
*',iit n sfe'-il Innul. li t.'t-


4.21


Irregular bowel mnoveminent.s :ul
to chronic constipation. I'RItKI.V
Asl BIFTERS is a reliable system
regulator; cures permanently. Sold
by Hannah Bros.

A NEW:\V I:I.7'ltl lUlE.
More .Albout the New Meitliods( at : lie
Pleopile's Store'


TilE NEWS of Saturday coint:iint-d
a refr rence, to the arrival ini the city
of Mr. A. Schwartz. prprirtir ,1I
The PIopi,.'s Str. to a- mNillne ipr-
sonial ,l arza' f of that exzt(.-ivc e-i'at.-
iishia-cnlt, antd to inlii;ilulrate sa, m
cI.hangui' i in it l thodt i d-- oif aniilti: a-
inent. A Ni-:ws rvtre-senta tievs
vi-ited Mr. Schwv.'artz this miorn-
in1 anld It-arned -,ll ad ii-
ti,)nal jlartiul,-i- colicIcrning lti-

"1 ui', p.;:,l i'-ver;al britif vi-its
to l-i'ets ,i ; ci,':l t s-t;bli-h d this
ljsin-,-.'" -aid lIMr. Schwartz, "lout
no"w I have crime to st*-.y. I hI.1ve
a:lwvys admiired thr city and ami
iLaid to lhe<,;< (1' m ne 'f itt i-p-rilliail'it
is'idents. I dc.-iie C particularly to,
mal:lk t : I' i-,-l>01ital] t' tlle city, i l i;(i n 1 i. u r all ,,f
I cu- oIt, I i.f !:- I I :- .
H .1% ini l,',1t rfp by -, *ltr.l l)y i ,t:' -
,.:.t..-- fy. %!%n \+ il II h te ;I :cc ,,f
tra l j a- w a nA I W t !o .

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Hardware liefere youz buy. .and save
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Easy to Take

F-ARV D CMPf


A GREEK RORBED.
Two Negro Boys Played a Desperate
sunday Night Game.


A DI4TINGUIH-IH GUEST.
Hon D). Ii.Ma). of MontiOcello Visits
Pens'a~cola


Last night the fruit and grocery Hon. Dannette Hill Mays of Mo11-
store of Angelo Gare!li, situated in ticello, o;:e of the inmot protninint
the West end across from Norman's of tli-several avowed candidates f,.r
barroom. was entered by two negro tne zovernor-hip, arrived in the city
boys, Willie and Oliver Join.son, Saturday night to become the ~u<-t
who carted off a big pile of money, of his brother-in-law, Hon. C. I
fruit, etc. Parkhill, for a few days. A r,'pre-
The matter was at once reported tentative of TIE: NEws h:id the
at the police headquarters and the pleasure of an interesting conversa-
boys were soon captured. tion with Mr. Mavs ve-terday, and
in the police court thi- morning learned that the purpose of l'is visit
they were turned over to the couutty three-fold. viz: To visit his ra-
authorities to await trial in the i three-foldm viz: T isit his r-It-
c ative*S, to) nlingle with hi- umany Pen-
criminal court. sacola friends and to enjoy the cele-
."Better late. tha .vr.. brated lecture of General Gordon.
Better late than ev-r." It i r r latghinglv di-clailmed
best, however, to be never late about intenr. tion of 'lookingcl ai-me
taking Hood's Sarsadarilla to purify t his fences," ae the polit-
your blood. Take t now. ical nomenclature of the day has
THE POLICE COURT. it, for the reason that, so far as this
county is concerned, he certainly
Frank Butler Ordered Out of Town appreciates, to the fullest extent.
fr Aa.the Kindly feeling which appears to
for Assauil. prevail here towards him.
There were only eighteen cases be- Speaking generally of the canvass
fore the mayor this morning, five of for the gubernatorial nomination,
which were discharged d the distinguished candidate re-
which were discharged and one con- marked, with an air of intense sati-
tinued. The flues amounted to $52.501. faction, that nothing could be 11101 e
Frank Butler, charged with as- cordial and satisfactory thin the
saulting Dick Fowler with his hand, friendly relations existing between
a ordered to leave twn.all of the avowed candidate for the
wa.d tl governorship, or more pleasin, to,
Geo. Ball and Andrew Skane, them and to their numerous fri.-nd-
charged with fighting, were flned$10 and supporters than the ligh p1a'te
and $5 respectively., pon which thie quiet callipai.gt-I i-
Callie King. charged with ke ,ping being conducted. And lie addlf'd,
a disorderly hout-e, w-as i ned $. witni emphia-ics, that -o firas ihe wa.-
Archie Sees, charged It h -;au:lt- concerned lie shituld take car,. t,
ing Ella Holly with a chair. a(,'P continue it to the etid on tl:P -.:ane
continued until to-lnorrow iiliorninll li !#.-
Luila Gerlese. charged wit;l I ie .:i 1Mr. Mays reg-irds it ;t r'-,i-,iii): 'y
disorderly by loud :!:"d b.,i-t. ar celt ini thl t t he hnatoinail cnv-Itnti n
cursing', was fined $7 ;o. will ib held !,-)t later than thit iic--t
w,-t-k in Juni ; that thui st:iat. .on-
Till: MODl lN WV 1 vition will h-a--, killed I-,1:. hit ri
Commends it-elf to tile ,well-inf,orm- Ilke' two w-ek-s t,.rli,er th, that
-d, to do pleasantly anid l.t .tut.ally 'la and th,.at thi-re-t-ore, the .:n tivi-
what was formerlIv done in tin work or the -tte .ip:ain-ii the
crld(-t w anl;n ral d" ( i-, i.l{ -e vera! I* ',i tie- i- dire.ctlv iit i-
we.ll. To 'le nse the vI -I-I 'idilf llt, anld the timne for the indivitili 1
break up c,,lds. headaches, an,l t. t'- f tthe arty to imiake t;heo
vers without uin )le;-.til.lt ;lfte-r t -t-,. (laite or l"tvie'n tit.. -ev..r c.l ( i ltdl-
use the d-litlhtful litquiild laxiti v (ats f-or l) btl stat 'i e' c inrty rt -
re-n dyv, Syrnp (of Fi .Ma. i, l, l < i-, i r lps, itc'h n-:irer at
alifo)r ia Fi Syrup t.. 11 t(l than llmanyv of thlt.ll ii:l":'int .
Aft, r a day or two (ienlt li-re in
A NOTAMl;: lo>!c; aoci tl i ,tirc itnrse witi is Escai l.>ia
f county .'l iinds. MIr. MNayvs ina y., iI
Large Pilot (l'C choice Blj%.is!f.s Prop- hi s wayV Iftlne. tij) iover at oe crtr Cbanngesil-.s. w t O \lwo -t Fhl''dl p( it-, t') vi-t
<,,th ,': .


NMissrs. J. E. Stillman & C(',., tlIe
well-known real e-tPaton d(alm;i.s,
cls-'ed a trxnl'.actioti this niirln!ikt
that is de-tilnId to Impant v-ery itllUh
to) l'lns'.cola's )onward inti o
we:ilth and proper-ity. ITh, v. :it
,)Lsists of tlie sal,. ti o Mr. n\ oI .
Saulsbury of Michii-ani. at fiw-tn ;a,.t
yet inade public cl)oice,-t plots of busini -s p:r,< r:y in
the city. extending froi:n '(f
the Southern Express ciiap'tiy to
the corner of Baylpn .sret-t. iaid
thv ice northward to th propity tf
Mr. Chris. Thies-.en, imakinn a fr.Int
on (o)veriin.-nt street . .ad on Bv vlen stlv.t .of e *"f '.".
Althniouig te Puirch '-r ta.a- n
yet formed :to definite plhaiis fir lth
improvenen-t of this splemnuid pri;p-
I(rty, it i- Ielitved that .on-l *.to .r
huildin.'-, .po- ibly in'lu linz. :t
hltt 1, Will c.":py it a' ;an l 'l y d-y."
:I t i' 'ircha-e wa; s not un:1Io. 1.r
'" ( i;t:!*!, i hit filf il!p!'ov+' *lilnie t.
T'l'; tr ildinii1. 1 up of t;.-, 'porti,| ,,
t ". : i:-, part of tih- it;. w ;ll
c u;-;"ti)it a builefit whicti e i' I1 le-
,'ar*id~ly a;>pr,-via,,id. N o i,!ii I
l, ti'atiin al lik-ly to ( ". iti
It:.tar'k t. tlii no bl) -tt, r inv,--t;if., )t
I'or blAin- s s piuri)'s. s ( iul. a i .ve-
S:I ll n m e.

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f., .iC Atbly o4 t 1 .IN-K '' i !; iw- .,
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t : o it, on. it. of all ,good t Lhink-.
,ing people wt:o havi t!he tafe:y olI
lie collmull nity a h .ea.lt.
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Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup invariably cures
promptly atll enta-rtiai aiT"oi-. I h,-
win(li'rlt nl mednti i pi'rforni- it)-dh. 16. pt,1
has perforniedl int t !i pi'1lI haf ,to-.tt.re. T -:.-
tz_'ediuet rcures of col')l- :n the Ithroat ', i, -t
ansil luIeg-.

Y. M. B. IL


Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup cures the worst
'rI1 in :I .!;, : l!It" r mini i th I, -- .
I r a k 1 %- ;, \,- i* tl [ hi 141 -11- ;ail tfinl, lr ..s
toi ti" l ) i l h llii n1in. It i- th i' uJI n k -t II-r
li'V t ; :l I' ;'- I (of tl ,in nt aIid lunI i tl ~ ~a;- .
NOAH'S; AlK WILECKI:I).
Three Youn'g Men ,of rhis t 'nlay Ha(' a
Tiruthingi Expernnice.
A party of three, youtiing IIin left
here Friday morning on the .,aililig
lo op Noah's Ark for a fishing trip
a-ro-s thi bhay. aes-r C. C icat-..
Louis I.,rux and Jni). O'Bri, I
conip )d the party.
\Whn.i the sloop came near th',
.-il.tl.ain tinii' -tation a fi-rce gale
struck thl-in and broke thle rudder.
tore the, sails, carryin.r away part (of
th'-ni 'l'T: yul!. 1l. :1 w r,- t-t:tiitde d
ll tll u 1 ~' 1'' 1 'i t. -t I. ti i

Satlirdil y t!:, tnt' JitatlC'a,. .fih
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1a at ") 1 :1\-ttll)i l W it h <;Ilr of tl;r
:i: tV ttlii- mi rniring a N \:w- r([jirt-r
wa;- tl i.l :1 :tt ltI) 'y \w''nt fo'r it1 ,.l\,
,,1 fnii ti- u i t.aIn:rs w ith.-i'mt at mo uthl
i.Il *t, Eat ,I :tvanythinli. t,' di im k.
'1 I;, i -j: -:aia lwich that w,!- ,left
w.:-- t,i ,;r d ,ly I:;i tof t, pal-arty
;t:>I I.I ,I ll t .I' l,, at'l.i anid w h~ 1i hli
ri* ['llli" < \, Cy lb lllgl' V i+r ,'ilt I' It
h.ni -, i:i -a. iii v I rr w ;l ;l _
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I. tt: th,- w :- .'I,. w *I nt Y-tiM v cC : ;.,- a b, t-
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Gi. 'if (.,il.stulli;,ti.,,'. Wiui-l I t.e rl i f
I:r. Ki:,:'- N.wv I -,cov er;-. (ne-
b,,;t,.h r.e, s;-at Irllf. I Cot ini.-
niid ti i-- it. :ied ILt.w a!;it well a-i

prai- ." Tl'.is lliarv-ln- I-d' icinel
is the sullie-t and( q i-ke-t cure ill
the world for all Tlu:at a;dl i.t L.z
Troi;b!le. Itati*lar -:a- ,)0 ct-tt- and
$1 Trial Ipottl.- fre- at W. A-
'Alebert' dru.: -tore: vertrv
4isttle guaranteed.
ATri. TIOV'. PROPERTY IVY OV l NEItS


Investigate the Convertible Term Contracts
-OF THE-

Old Penn Mutual Life Ins. Co.
DIATRP"T MANAGER. OSFItF F HOWEI :
DAVID EDREHI, Ti RNMENTiSTE. e'L .


J. M. ITTTLIARD & CO.,
-Manufacturers and Dealers in-

Carriages, Buggies, Wagons and Drays.

@-:Repairing Attended to Promptly.=@


30 EAST GARDEN ST.


:PENSACOLA,.F:


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-V Iltinn:nts Matting. iD) to i; yards, '2) to 25c quall-
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IS1Ii ,ort F: I(Id in IineIolumn, Priee top Close per !- vara .............................................. c I I
1 Ingrain C;iar--t-. all wool. i to :2:; yard piece-. to
S lo-'" per yard ...................................
S' i yr.'il S! avr,:; I; -old heretofore for $10. t':;<-im -




+ Special 01rerin Wednesday! >'
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1- ,.,v : 1t1nd Bruss ls Sjin;l, I- r ady frin.-.,
V ; W' ,Ic h ............ .... ................ .. t ,, I l I
T-: TI;. :i.M :ntiufacturers' S:t p;> -l- ft ,v..r at t,., en,
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;-" Shirt Waists.

"Tl' line1 we Haudli are M.id, by l-:x;,,,rt I.:,t,,r.
n' : .l, e (;n tr.intev our i ql Iaitry is i .tlo t w it! .- ]-
I ir'l ':I" the Finer i :t'l-. If yon know yoi) l)bu-t
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HEATING


s STOVES,


C OK ING STOVES


AL.L PRICES.


-s ~:,rs'Dor,*t a t L.

-, ~ c~.Dorf Pa7$40 anr 5


Coffee: Coffee'.


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(P/i, frtit 'P hare ione of ,
c //hc.,/ e'/uipped ,ostfrs
i/i /// the /t andl that we ...1N
can luziulsh fhis deliriotis l
he'riret 'i' prices /at/
e/j'y competition. Ite a"eMo lso M t
wi.ish to remind you that our .:,
C'o/;,ees are always fresh GOODS
from the Roaste.r \i'hile -T
others are oldand have lost I
their aroma, ours is fresh % '.
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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA. MONDAY. FEBRUARv .19 nn


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S-iturday night on South Palafox
8:r~ee.
Eiw. T Grr-orv, Va., George W.
Grimoe.Q, Biluftetn, Md.. and J. H.
Ki-,s,,tz and wife. New York. ar-
rived at the E-;eanibia yesterday.
The 03ird b~irthday eof -Uncle Bud''
Wil iamus was celehbratr'dbyv a taui-:
ily r Cmtlei'm at lij- h110n-'11-1in 1'i, forth-
i:u Liar'.of t~IJ4-county v v( jev
The Goerdoin l"-'tjir will !v*'4i:i
: ''~ptv'a' .~ okri 'ein
anl th "-e who wi h to litar it all
-Lt!i b--atth'-i ~-*z b.4u olime.i


I C.a.s. J,,hncon ind Van Kyser.
two vagrants, were arr,'-t(id rattur-
d :Y uiiiht and Sunday nizht r<-
v-;Petivtly and place' d in the county
. j i .
Mr. atid Mr', A. Stodart have ar-
rived from New York and will
-pl,-d thi" remainde-r of the winter
at their hand-o i e hiiene on Fast
Hill.


i:Iwto, viIitiIng itn111-M. Mi- JJ. J. Gurley if Bagdad ar-
Mi-- (':.r ti.- l; ,hb t-t i- vi-itiii' rived here tli mi orntinrI on the City
' i l- i; Ni for Mobile to witness the Mardi
Mr- N.1nniti Rower- !h:a- r'tuirne-i Jra; carnival.
r:l a '.-,t :t, De'futak ,'rIAg-. District Mcqter \Workmain Arthur
Mi-s Nt.Liie Mallory i- th- g.'ae-t McConnell will leave this evening
..f .11;. c. A. 'in.c-: i : r Areadia,. for Brewton and Georgianna onil
'1! v :.,-!t \Val e., i- (,ut te-d:v. h ju-i"es connected with the labor
S l ;. 11-2.;4 p;.,. tv at tlhe inarit.e interu.-t there.
.,y The 1 hip C('lumbur, came over


N!i-- 1;.'.: (r:i:2:1-1.- te'-d'i~v for


from qj:tja ntinet this turning an'd
while tlhr wvin out ht1r atuictor the
chaiti l]' l,,-t in: the -trvm!i).


I,,.cili'it-N%~at- oi l oiildi lug at 70:111
le H. '. V c F ee'. All dc#-leate-.ar.' imr'ie'ntly
-~~~~~~~~ to~'.-:'- n ~II bt- prYe. an ard .nte


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.14'.. 1 .. loe' to. -Ex e~Al(alilIt r'u~iivci:e-
\i:--~e~e I'i -c t ilo-. 4 li'tc' teIi--titte etj' e'.hiLe
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-r. i--.1! will 'b.- i Ptar.- 1.Lto' i'i-'Il a

v .' I. i' :e.1 4 1 I t tll. e 'a tiit! c -m 0)1r.z1ehi;i ri
Li" 42'.R!A. w il dte' califuc Il. lt'e(rfctt' N U yC h. i. I-.
-ta-elI ,~i i- St' ~t :i- i lig (ICa llle'it I- e 1. i''. ae i te


POWER OFTHE SPEAKER

He Is the Ccurt of Final Resort
In the House.


'NT, R TH: Il 11:E OF IIENDEIlSON.

i;ore ':'-fd;reedim Proai Than 1liaen
Mr1. Iteedl PlreMiti.d-d-( hinge Ia De-
mi':nor-Hlle Im No Longer "iDave."
A Que'Nticon of Nocial Preccedence.


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kOCh tNEWS POTES


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De'trai!1t'i1 rWiluttl(Iasny. ,"\ow. rPave.
I 'want 11th is andI ust have it." and the
P:-o(ili)jti("e are'4'that tile sqp+aker
Woctleh ove'rlooli the a'e from officials

A Social (Controversy.
I'iIl')v h Was!ilinrten paper.,
o- 4 iiisi'llraelI., toi say about the
o1t'tli t l e cc -ial I jotei'e'e'Eei'fe as be-
twtt'li t he' r4'sidsntlt)ef tilt' senate and
the sj 'a ker 1efth le' 1 1 Us'.Ion't sup-
lw4v that 4jt her S, .izor tFryI~'e'. the' "-u-
at'Sjes 'e4idenift jro e ltnp. lte.or Sp-a ker
I eliele'isoe II cli I's 1S411 Se ti tiect I he mat -
To x it her' is inneh il i lt.14' o(':al tin+,,
Lilt! li'it lir weculel cvr'. to have iuk ottW
c'd 4e"ia Ml leit lilaflet' lfetiec' to Nilist it
should loI t-. liit w :irt' goodI 1)0521inofl
al] -ouw eca, eor't-tvty lomto o tilt'- presidential
iii all Social fI 111111 iu', Intlit Last only
lwfie'11t, ie lous V lti sciSce'al tiles lezzing

thniivsill tilt'-hlflt te'1. 'What ediffe'r-
ente dehes it miakhe to tile' ioolee(el of the
('111 r vhei11'ther ilsenato r fromn
Maiaie or thle r-re''4se'tkt itativ fromi Iowa
go cliiI.c)eldinn'e'tii'st?'! hie'se art,'ques-
I it lfllle: 1,4 i liaje at' ( di4liio of thet' Social
M-01-1.1 0 to 'iesth. ic ''th.
The pone Great Change.
Mome'tI 'rs o it-f 1le' e 415'tell lietthat
there' k otie gr'e'at ealaiie' ill the Al-e'
of sjeeake' that t is v'ry c'r a al'''Id'to I
thn.'I'llo'v ft.e'il I init vie'n a majority'
jj:1 ii tewi. we I tll':15no I i'ltr gart, e'p
iic~-'~'ther ~v1I:1'.1 hlt l: )Nie tn' [i lt- tlt.ec

Iell hi That heill. FI'i':, 1-:4Lei toi 41fe Ml l

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It 7tljt-i tie. S -4te' Ui Iil pclfeevt eel tie.

%V h, to'-)01 a P Paipta I I %'.

A. 1'crre 1. wnld createl1 a witup;n
-13laltonInl: t l('(1i41,a, GUr t1vis. a
pinia., ~ i~tC~rlt,,r 4 i~ijies west of Dawson,
trust(.' !i114ita:j kr :1 v *r tilt-, affair.
Ii '"'tie" luti 1e rts, thiat 1':-oliesor
J ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ _!t, ~~~~in.ii.U 1M''iae. onle
Leth~l pt::.4. u "'tia ho refused to
it~ea '~ c..~is he -.1stoml at the
)o j. no p''jt i :attti resented the
anti. Iit'i.hgills horse to
w-14 i*uk&tre *t'ar:s9 i toward lbotuC With
tit.. ne1r~,4iIvd~ i of securing his
Sihet...'Jil u'!ti1 wfl.Ci t0 j,Sppwr the pro'
festo~. T: 10ao tAc ::r, Icc-aring of the
YV UU;. 1-1411"4 11' 4 1!-i" ot! (eV 'o! )ak lii iii liv
tt~kng, a L":-ir ri'lte and tji adinistered
anotner nnr~a~uinig witli tileyoung
MAU'idbuggy Whip.

FRtANKF0'OaT. Ky.. Feb. 17.-The D1,m-
ocratic zattorneys, representtn.- Gov-
ornor Ite.-khani. wili hoid a conference
tomorrow tu decide on a proposition to
siutnat to a voratereuce between them
alwi Governor Taylor's attorneys Moll-
day re*1ativ.' to an iizrieminent as to thle
ca~sp, 1,ivoIvilig itL of the issues arising
froyu tl'e.j inJutictiouI out',; grow ig olit
Uf tLi COtN-e'dtS OVcr Intl aSM10 't!e' Cit'ei


Sales


''ru 11'' ~ti~'-e' I~ji ~i.I 1 -.114Iled
i ITO l~'~ I. I. I Nt ce i~t S'1 l114~

1.Iva' rlIi ~ .ev i .11141 ic'' iaioi'e' s'I'..:!l'I.
a4u'll'I all Iet ..e22.'Qt1 ai let'-: c-- .1ui t'
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1") ( .1E AC0111)IN 4ONEI'I)AY
1 .'::' I .' ttrcc~te e T a~ h i e't:-t. A; I


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ct(hnrtr2'0,Ift.ta':t:money by false
.2 'I le'c.I ii 's T.;i'i pr ( S a t It~ f
lo" tulle e Z -'zat'.r 1Iarre jl'm s, atlhlmnie t
.botterte'ttbe I )eu Lo.'ra -,i oea U L'U~iVlt
Wh'at r'cn I~i.,tt. .1 'i o !eI:~llhim te
l i e-;,t ..wa'y f roa.,ti,44-''Aucuti, arid Lad


Iaeeecie he4' ii'ii' has


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General Contractor,


1 I : .: '. ? ti ; M ,':. I i, .l ( it, ,ttin I'l ;, :ll t t \V (t 'r
;211l (i.1i I-'ittin..
A Complete Plumbing Department under the
Management of E. B. Morey.
f .\ *i-'ti i :; -. I i; 1 a t,'e s. P l, n l *,,, .'* E i' ;ti.,-,- f,, ;::n lJ
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TH[ THING


<'. ad.-\v \litn1 '. nol want a )ood]
".ttint. utcs<. Tl '[ c. 'ct dress maker
iin tlihe world cannot satisfy 1vyu if
, oii wear a poor ceoret. Our stock of
Pstandmard! makes is most complete.
N\Vce sell i,\e waist lengths.

\We have iust cpjnecd ,ur stock


); .liummer Ccrsets for Ladie c-and
Misses. and \Vaists for Ladies, Chil-
dren and Misses.


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FflRIBGOOD 3ENSt.
25 cents ea,.h.
.1-4 vIe''24-.,U it('-z *2t'
MI.-le' 24-. icre" 41,tce6.
,ktr llot'u fi 4;i C-1 1 -;1
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-e!1oFOR THE l WEFRW::-

i c'.a- e Standard Percal, s ,1-yard wide,... ................... Inc yard
1 Case M1asonville Domestic 1-yard wide i ......................* C yard
1 Cas, Amo-keag Seersucker (;inghams good style,)I........... lnc yard


oNEW SILKS.K*


-,- &Coid-ed Jap-. Plies.-, Grenadines. Tafetas. etc., in all the New Creations.
' LANCDON& BATCHELLEFR' are ready for inspection.
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". i i s : '' th- ".e, ",;l' il
th.' er',''i'i f aill hIi ll.:igs to con-
verste' vi t.'h or 'nmen fl:ir up nl mon
the liniu S nnt rafrt.rs. t the Cathi-
drnl of St. John thue Div:ne the c(on-
trantor conlT"rse wirth workmen I.-)
feet away.
Volcanic- Eruptiona
Are grand. but Skin Eruption- riob
life ,f joy. Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
cures them ; al-o Old. Itunning and
Fever Sores. I'leer,. Boils. Felon!,
Corn., Warts. CutQ, Braises. Burn-a.
Scald-. Chapped Hands. Chilblain-,.
Best Pile cure on earth. Drives out


No. 19 S. Palafox St.


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Full If F' IR NI'I'I E. I. e tl,-t
line of \ ailnuto 'eed r,eni .Ilt,. ,--r
hown i n; f -ill, a, l,. P'r.tfy. ie-atly-
fini-hed 11#,4 ouk I;-dr',,![ Suit ;,t
all price-. ItR tan il I ( *',i)bl r Seat
Rocks-i-. bi- anid littl-. ia;e and
high. L,- .k at ther- .
I 0. M. i IYOR's
lBarzaiirr J'tlrnihin.ti H,-,ue.


BS the The Kind Yu HIW Ave BA-Sft



Handsome pictures, bric-
a-brac, etc., in endless ar-


S Telephone No 346.


A ut-'i. t viI hr e.b

F. A M :(I







i? /(''it it' kef ec. ,, s feen

111iscl o! v!


Fnilt;urp, at all Prices.

4it :4 it'-: al' v,-ty-. bed-


''1 ~ 14ur uz.i''..f eu


E'le~lant1i /t'd rionz4 wts.y.or
('/1 ap ones, IC/iic/ie~re.1/0yo
want,(f fr.'n4-Fnhs


FOR BEAUTIFUL RUGo
and )ra,;.-ri,- of all kind*.
aJ- well O overy- thiizg in: :t.-
Fuiriiture Iin.. ('.l! at
f ls Escamblia PFrnittre Cimpan-s.


SIUP THAT LIXAh
Wi~t!; Jutnipe-r, 4 vprp--Jc o l' r 5
.4 ill~.T e PitM l


PEOPLE'S STORE,








1* ."Sell Cheap, and thereby increase
lR IflUIM the business!" -


Price and Quality.

You must consider them both. The mere c'he,/ne. s (,
things does not make them devirahle. I'nless
the quality is right, cheap doods mn,/ prove
most expensive in the end. )'et the fact that
fiualitiy is right does not .Justifye C.xccsvirec prices.


Wivvi l-p I.;erditld'ee. n ~*'ei-- j vitIhin Ve'iir r"eic'.t T,-.., e*~.'

stroonviL' eloitet'oftill' W e-.kIt- 1 .It 'll '- ill '.- et-t'e' I--- to1 !


-,,"This Week's O~fferings ::
WX~ill li,' p:ittict&Iarly b lltian~itt 4icfTe'rivi'L-. il aeit i i- ei v*f !I
1F:.llk4;iegt !1t -rlit S m Yiu m vt,


~'j~i~essGoods Bargains.,,,.,.(.,..
ir~ WILL C(li P AND) CII' FROM A 4).1R N 'TIlII N\If; i
i ri t h-I. lor'--- (u;,) I Stoortto o-1l2 rrelw. m It 1,1- it l I ,. ,t l ,ni ', u i#imeit
SJj ii iNlFP. -l';PDAAiA jLOT.Sw~ilI toe the I':.- ,f elit. IfI 14' tl., av
Lot No. 1: 19CL~ vMx'l -'cnad.h '
LotNot2- ';"""-("" "'

iz lk it l-vo-r e(075 re- '.)r l. thai l -o,01- ; \i t.o. te-cl i\ t 'f 3 9 c





Winter Underwear for Men, Women and Children.
rl'llE-, i-44i1 i vvi ,to, : i (IcI. Slit i!I 4ll,_-will le 'htoo lam ice gi f olp ir
Spa e z l ll : -4) jwt, ".) l ;l tll-he' hc ti~iiii'e ee c r l' mv' idt-ir'wf:tr at priiiot
cutt tel h11:1;1'i:111(1 \ha' I j-14 lnditl t'tiatlct. ) t op" A k till 1iiid -ive big

.)----Bedding Bargainsz_012
% I 1,' t illic le I idod it'it wcd~et a ~v' n4,v 0 imi'v artielto,
ill tour !-toirv We. V A.-) Iffier irea.rlilIE'i 4Klt" 4 tl eu -inii tlhe' rcprit--
i', Lilw 1rite. A md Q'in'k ,'Sale'.;




Ohs.H. Turner,


O-W3EK30-o


Our Bargain


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S THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1900i


FALLING


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('ou paIt- tA:i.


B ump-*, (;

Blood MWej
r tefuetfI*
low@tB. It f;l

Hes (full"I"


44bottl-. st-Nka
Rhetulit-ISue


NEGROES ENDEAVOR

TO AID9 A COMil.HAD0E

A nd L: e17 a n-- I y 7-- :-,by th a


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~ci~~c :~t. I ~1l3 .7~t-) re.-l.'caea
c~rwer~he.
is e.. `:'-' L,, -i t;-,t -.


.or Lv :7:0:t'T I:..C'e I T,1


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.no 7444. u% n~d nfthaI s s~rs h-
*;7:,, h' D. : iir. L. nru aI t, 0. -J~r

,,an. -he en-..e tualeft on
rU, 2) h in a i were flre~i.
Z W s- % a~iS twice tiirvuwh 1W.e
;2- fl3 1,7daid (iu, t ii! T1LC.O2.A tr~ii.of
.owed and aalst a 6ho'k away the dead
bt -y o: a negro gnat tnrough ebas
was fuund. The dead man 6 utcflsG his
gaon in his hands. Another rifle and
traces of b~ood were also found, which
Indicates that another of the negroes
was wounded.
Th- couipsny gtat-oned at Fort IElise
isCompany L. iwenty-fifth infantry.
\ ~ Passes are out lcxoking for the ma-
raude-s. thech~ at the post it is claimed
= that tfle culy missing soldiers are the
$ ~dead man rnd tee two prisoners iu the
poA ce station.
N ~The police his7a learnedi from the two
prisoners the namac of one of tne soliders
whio they claima did the shooting in the.
stattun oftice and Sheriff Bonne and
IChief of 1Po'ice Lock~hart have de-
manded the surrender of the man from
Ce commandant of the vast. Thbe lat.
ter has iriveri asarrauve tn&& he wl.1
lend all nos)sible assluiftUCe In birringing
'~ .~the gul't7 men to ;:iitice and it is be-
% 'toweed tacit tuere wiai be Lo furtner
Tne e,:' Do:;re. ii""'7er. has i~een
4It Y, CmOUL",'i ana. arn.ied w;;a Witc'aestersi
'a I I iean rea-imns, f,)r ..uav 'nlerizency.
4 .~ .Fer.an.: neira UgJ.&ust the Budiaers is verve
.f bitter and miany ettizent have offered
1thleir --,rvt.,efi ;o tiie civ.'I authorities.
TO PREVENT A LYNCHING.
r.tah.te Main Is C'.rr1'.I to Jail III

.4. *U, z:-sa wL:.:a m n ismn inj 12 charged
4,.. .4 ~a~ ~u X. D.Ian teens at
(4er 7C~in T..,.-r M.Srev-ns save
*! L~t' :r he fman'i 7 'J 7a~j 77 1into Lcr iroomn
4444jw -1r !t' ~a'. -a- a :ir.e 4e save
I .'. ~ -7 orA ~i~er ;a ano-n'Ier
tI '. I f l.V1 .1 m ~ 4f i m I. 2 tW 1 1 t a e J % 't ia a
Ii ~ .- L.LK Lis v. .- i -d .. L:4r iU bie u.-ade an
4 I al 444 .- 4,aN'rtjr -'>arre-: ;hp cflceri of
I.~~~ I) I4 44~Hdn~ a t k I ;; n,!.,.r r rniilti troin
~1 .? ~'.[:;1. at 113-A .4'-mI a i'Livues WaS

wai pr.'v-I1KT n:a: tA watIcItKfC nvf.
(I .EIb (1 it;. ut -~.'.t. ;a7cdiA):rer o,,)K atz win
l..t.'r in zL-a d~Aa*y,.siie waCi -iex-
4'44I.. A~tIt~.ufn'r C7Kd -u:e cii IL c ,etl LIUI a second
esit~;- t !~=r- ufue, l'z aV5 i fl:t ha 13 a.uinGst post-
4.... .~~*tif 1nat'4! I;,,;11.1! 1 : n 1IIri .tv roartv. IHaynes
.4-4e ~ ~ ~ tta to-at't,.;4. Il : i 'U t IVdn'. L...; 3.71% &. C i~mng to
I i 'K 7' 1 I~ tV t r. i'- L'.I~W not I,.K;,*41I 7KLS 1'%:.
it-kiv c71r*. byB.B..I B. 1-..riv ii I.1S LI! 7ev.a'i. B-aialittthe
h.4.t I~ a 117. h~10'-t zc4,.'u -- iswgiuto : s- hiIts: elf and h.?
ir~'r If t~-:Z.I;*~*n0'zi ahiar.ivicrowi.1had gacberem in
(~I ~:~t'rI I ipe ,Ii- Wwn 1'earing a iyncmiain&.Probate
ent- 'IVlisobi :at,d SkiL.;.Ju 1%C, iti u7. l scr.leFPetthe prisoner
vysur 10,, d 17 -,n`A!.- sen t 'tn lgU~Ifor safe keeping.
ro i. dSn.~Hv' ter~t OP. *Rar *.and deputies at once
i.'ij! ~:.:!i'-4d Ip"SC'. lt!Lnes l a abu..gy a d 4 rove to
.i~ .. apH u 1n 7- '! Car~iva wti-re ttti S,.ut= tnra~n for
U4 k i tt tcI;# = :rming~iamn was catigaL
A .-! ?,-z "a
"W dift : C Iata r ;I t,e Ii A l b m
11. 11. ~ 1'..:I.t 4.!1, PrM'n! .Ala Feb. 17 -Dernio.
(S. ~amdr. ..-I .crait! pa1;ta~are being he~d today In
I '.,15',V~II ai 7L.j hea. WA.1rxr nnrt-es.interfrevsten.


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De; FAR. 1': M
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are~(Tc redy lto ''to
*~uc-~ceuil 2. et jfaIrs'fo-


Perfect Health.
Keep the system in perfect or.
Jr by the cccasio:l use of

-- V -1 BT*




SUT 'S Liver PILLS


-i H' GLASS OF FASHION.


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rez n I-1. 11 '( w ro4 4vi
white It Is %*4 4.. .tilt- g a...
Drs l z Io cf- p~r -
sLnsnlx-].'4' sel.c .sa
or Il lfal rkn.f.l;--no tt#s
4, 4atr c i e Il n iiLN ow.a s
a ;Inc w.:1 l 4:'17.i Inel aced., to f 3 'rul d, 4144

; ray i-1..to oraroxv,'-. ainen c' z:i~ar o
af sttcol'a*V. as S.=14.4..a~y (1 is j2It :.t of
-nft t:'affm a s k 1 Ifully !'a yard Ilan (11 n 41
reonq~. TheLid &t [ w1i 4Iwrer4it p \ss I
nn~jut.' 1110 nc k. uI.-; a i*Tl4te rmvot.a
in .twn h n i x -. andit ii 'te. I.- l :1 v r. er ,-11
toodaofa q falat." of la rb at! n'n r*.? 7-Z.I
wlin I nch r e cu' sI tra%,e -.Nto f Yv iffr
en. eig
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rHE


FAVORITE[


Place For Pensacola
Buyers to Buy


Choice Family


MISS SWAN'S ENGAGEMENT.
Smart Set Detpulnmtc- V. LAPIn to mar-





r' a ~ u.n~ jip~oiI~s

U.~ lie -.


THE C4RI5T!AN!/i&
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L'nL~r. cd -w Po 5pri.



L Pi LS BEARIIkCOi.. Wholesale Di,.-,, h, P e i i,;wca ; 1

-~fD THEw


ALLIRA OR


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.)zOPPOSITE UNION DEPOT.-:'


W. C. NORMAN, Proprietor.


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pXOFISBiO0NAL CARD.

DR. Wm. C. DEwB3EXEY.
OFFIOE-llanrab Bros.' Dnrg Store.
1:F8IDENCE-4OO E. J&(-kon StYPe

Wmn I. Marean), M D.,


LafP t JO04a Ia. 1Fla..
01-r is pro (41 wi *ri o.- to the it
F'sp..iaI ft~tet-.on!i4t4 to the t ripTI-1.t
of %.'bronleii- a n* fd I (j
Wilin- n Ii d 4!I!r
Ti ir ~~ti-vrra; ;c t- i v In1f.Ll Uh.
(~L* l u-:- .K.14 u M. t 2t P. M .
i -ted rr. -~, t: rPNiU o.~n~v


Dr. Wilmer S. HalI,
DENTAL SURGEON,
Wurui Temple. PMr.i1364.


UQ~WL,,ZDflQLs,


GROCERIES GENEIALj INiUC NCE


-IS AT-
The We?'-Known,
Up-to-Date Store


HE1TZ & CO.,

%.--120-12 2-&:-


Real Estate Agents,
PENs CoI i. .t.
":FPREsFr.NT TWENTY-TWo or TH!
LEAlDIN.; FIRE. LiFF, MARINE.
ACCIDENT. FID.I ITY. PLATE
GLAFS AND TF...M EiI.:: IN-.
.lRANCEB OMPAN.IFS...

... A ----_------ ..


Telephone No. 46.
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--*THE CHOICEST AND MOST POPULAR BRAIDS F:---


WuzImEIi, mI, OSl, CODIALG9


=:-BEERS, ETC.,=.-
II W 0 AIND GLASS, LAllE 01R SMALL QO TITIE3.


SOlE AGTNI1 FOR


PEN.NJAND RYE WHTSK'1%
4IR())K HILL SOUR MA-SH.
YELL 'WSTO.NlF BYE HIK
D.XIRY MAIDl) WI-i r-I.~
x\r[,AN'rA BH!9WI-Nfl COMPANY S
CELEBRATED BEE -K- "m .


SDMrETHING NEW


-EVERY DAY:-
o-A." --o


HALL & KLEIN'S


Mammoth Retail Grocery,

502-504 SOUTH PALAFOX ST-,


"P.'ro N.- w aind 01.d are C rdijlly I'.vi .cd to Vi-it ant Ir.-; ..
th -ir I i.,:-" -, ..-rik.


'Cold Weather
Coming. 1-.tndIin
ord-'rsa and 1-cII. w; W II rh.;,i
co Jld snap arriv-. We. %ill n..-r ,ij Iti
ht st coal YOU '"all Pro-u re f' rr-41':.r t-ak 1
or b. ;al ng uia poi-es at ra.).l-.prix7. -

TDonPSo9, OfSeiQ C) Qo.,
IlfAal..r4.in

Coal and Wood.
I 1c-a n Yard: S,1 M E.Corner /.Irra,..-.1
and! RtauIroad zr,


McMillan Bros. Co.

ICoppersmiths,

General Metal Workers.

Ma-,. n'aelfa:rers of and Md arters ftor :ts

Celebrated McMillan Seamless Trpenftine Still,
Caspiate Otifts awa1 3o had, and repeat g ai b the cMbti.

MOBILE, ALA.




Foundry sI Machine Shops,
(' .I. W %F \'F, C.IR. JIEVLEI-ON AND PINE STEETS,


-'elephone 34'-.


Pensacola, Fla.


p rn. t :il Iron Pa:!--. Hnnzor4 flny,. V'r


Awwwoo


Tolo~ppror? NO. 14-4.












__ _THE DAILY NEWI MPENSACOLA, FLORIOA, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1900. 7


,E tl iL PI ACE
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Sack Suits, 6


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j BIUE AND BLO I j0

Serges,


Cheviots,


: Clay i

f AND NEAT (e

I Checked :


i Worsteds, [!.

S Blue



Middlesex M


(,. Flannel, (j

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WHEREABOUTS UNKNOWN.
Abscoading Buuki..rp-a's Disa.pp ar-
aiuce a .Myet-ry.
AT: ANTA, Feb. 17, -As yet no trace
Zf Kely Ernin'-ea, ti:e abecundiug
bookke-.,eer of Jami-s 1. IPrince, isoui-t
eru a;'eut of the Mans...:.:u L:fe lan-r-
ance c(inpactl fia S0'1.us to Lt'ive 0cot-'j ii., LI.. tIrS .:s as
Slife':ca,.v ;, li ir:.- oiyd iee;i t. ; (". I i.
A ,LzJ 1' i';ar,!- a, taie ex;>r.; ac-
cr'nn;t:t, (a, con;..ett.ti v.or,; (o tfhl
books )f tWe company, with the resuit
that be has found a shortage amuuunt-
lu.: in the ne:ghbcrnotudi t.t ;. luou.
tIlace Jan. 1 -Mr. Richarison has been
ron-tatily at work on tLie youngK nan's
b *ok<. and the crizntai "baurtage of
S-';". which was aistcvered tue day
aier; Lrirtis:e.d's ac-rarture, has hte.dily
vrowu Iroun day to day a new items
and evioences of wte young man's guilt
were unearthed.
W. W. Collins, special agent rf the
l'idelity and Depoit c tnitivny of Mary.
.autd. in which Keiir llinsfieli was
boudea inI te sun of E5,uO0. who ar-
rived in the ci(y yesterGar for the pur-
po-e ot aujustiug the nuja:ter with the
Manhattan company, retu'wd to discuss
the atortage. bat at is utideritooi that
his company will offer a subitautial re-
ward ftr the young man and that every
etlfort w ill b-i made to apprehend him.
I ti- X %h.&- %.frofl ir .My1trry.
Hiow ]-ilr Erixn-field manaq.ed todii-
tose o: il 11 4, sit1 wtli'ch hti bootL
I:;-i.v tLar lie aLpr.pr(atprai it the nort
iin' n3 < i yi- Iear is a iuyst, ry tinat ouly
a bt.ite:i;eUt -tra-f hLi, it .eims, will
lxo a;ri
-,.v. }',rtn-f"il-,i was one of the best
i::i % ;I (ou:L ulen- in AA .txiia -) far
- u i::i wn u.-* ba.i absi.utcey no bad
;;A !.i : .
-un i.av. De-' a cursq-v examina-
tion ,ct l::4 act'( unt' rev ..oed thie fact
iia(t *- was .,rti.rt wit t :O company
a'x' !r ; ', iace tiht tiav E :-rt i-ch-
a, : ;..t, :;,; ir edd n ti; b o,,i with
.- r'-.. iLt: ie ba lcndi th suort-
a'--'- a: un's to thousauids lustead of
V..:. .. ton-u)i.,-. have 1 een advanced"
1:1 r',,:,.r i to Ihe L:aniner i( inch lv ins-
1i A m .n;.*..d to ,Pl:-, ,set of -u hii a lar,,
.n '. .. i.'ir ~it'.-; ur crea:;u, the
:tiil'"-: S'i-; .0on: (:1 t:.o I art o: .; e:ul-
S ,' i, :.:. "..'.. 1"* 2,atter
nimyv ':, *",, t*x rf':it vy lfteletir:- fea-
tures 1in tiAV or 0-c.
WOMAN CANNOT GIVE COND.


Lmil gt:-hIs'"leiii .ateiFrur %4ii~ett is:g M i,-


I a \ I' e,'~ R.-at amtld -*rifuns.v

tiit t'r :i n Ii i_ tr c f ',iie u p tr h,, ue tr c It
11111t-6 Of Xarru a:i d Ii.1xi -s, AS
LIn j:ti heree. utiialue ti g~v,- I ovid
I ipt. ct iro a.tii 'is ot4a very Penfsa-
t4xa ii t ure. ",entati.r 13radl,,v. in ann-
I; g iiiat Mr-i 8IA Iq was at ~m'r
n f ~", uV-. I1:ito 1gdt tile cranul Jur'yt10
~ i~i 1121 ti _In tIt'IimenI j3Ig 1it L11111t10r un-
it~u c 0 oudi:i )ta touil. iitto a:;ti..ir tie-
1',r)e tie -Lr4.vamis te.-it r.
A. rtv after noon he walked across
fromn Me c' urtiiuouse to tie hcu'ei for
41 :nne~r~ i.i i'-%i he seiteulat tile table
-Y. ,Ai entered ir-itn bautin. drew a
1,i- aan ~i tit.Mir. Iliad~ev in the nuck,
ini'xga .eere fiema wuoud.
Tj~ %otnan tn-n earv,)-iiedthe pitt..I,
drow a uirk;from bh-n tit)owa and at.
teimpi' t L t-Ps;.b h(r:,ei. lur wasipre-
(', -I iii.st-veia. l OiSwno hall
:ns-tu.tlL~e'r. Di, ca.rut jui11ge and
u~~~hIat:oi :lev werte V. iimloses to thu.
Itis fljq intel ~V.'rai tll'- t~rreat-
ene~a to ktiJ Senmr:- Brad *.v to: hiz-r
a; C.51 1rui';Q. .nV.iiiein-'rathier s friends
a..e..0t .it 'mt-r ne1au- s utiy a LlaA'-
Iujahlinzc s4" -tile.
iLa-t"uonir,'u '.wui. -nnator B~rad u",
wa'srau'.hs Icariv.'s-. r hc- wiman
w:-, 't- io -vt- 7-4to it*rs *i I li'i)up.. a_ t t Le
nr;..''n.:i-:i ~cc' eit.

'M -I:i: Y. AXi'..I 'A. -1, me pre
's. 11f) vILItVil te a:.rA*PT1Whi.C,i1 b11
t-L~it a~iex~s'ed to it e t e x'en:
1.-'A teli tlit 1 'A )".111 o".! I:' S 1l1--i I ),nltersk
t',:tti .111.i,:rexe, muno trick ta-n that tne
A, t-aIt i,~P.te Tat.e' 4UIIlV ias
xiii :o-d the I rnin i-coliutittete to
:11CIWmthit (1.1nex.. Mnaiiiy to con-
*i.ra pr' positivii t,, the effect that the
mxet~~m'fr,4or t t1t pr r'- v Aiii ;martcii;)ate
in:h- lDeniocratif tvriniaries and sup),
p;r ri il ut-rininet-9. Irov~d--d the L)jmro.
.i*, '(')rirMlInea Wil 'con()d the I'opa.
t-u~'ai replresewvi tan at the' pri-
!sR V~ i. % tavoralwme for a "'lmit-on.
'I 11A vc-Pith ittet-' hAs -i 'cvq;ed tile ita
!i''rr t)o m1eet w itithe I Pcpohist t.r iit
ti'. an~i tnerp appears to be nu," It(uuit
i-1t m~a- t:;" e4t)ISittoflwAil60,teffsect!ed.
In -4 si ti tle'tlum at 1 t r at pract;,%kii y
a t ine I ''rn 'srrs iiiA. ihainia %v..no :urn
To !I.- De1)-u.. ''A!i .I t' V


Coo-a rii:.r. -t i ii3t L 1: 1; Aui tii
In z a vern n.,,t -r4 10-, x...:11 '- f

lx I. -N' u I n,:..- eC 'uf1! g' x


-t 11"T %% i-,)u A1 1:a''- mil'e 1.11 In,-
toI Ti t- ji-'~lI ury a -e
_V 1 t.e: i -. Z)..


r :t Q i se
%V*.uW "n.: .1 w~~!r -itast-r W.
e. r~tu. )1% 'x' 4-'. ta S.-ven f

yq )ll '-tii. i he tsg-~ eis~t itir "lp
~xt.'ta b tt~,urr-. UI. Sed S~tate-, D.s-
tnt: rtrt' ~irpng tiien docide-d
toenter a I:e i@.iro@4@ie inthe Cruinncase,
as he was Lsatis~ied there was not ovi.
decs ~qtc ConVICt.

~'~'' t (1, tl'r' e eetlts ifiicur t-inod
P .- : u :iki) the 11m'-; t reiiiedy tz!
ear~li fwe'wt-t~ieiiflg'count''. It ctir.'d
si. ra rudcltillrt-tid4 if !-,f- w' mr-
wri -- irt te''J nt). Berry, 1L, .rato n i.
Sit iz thp only barr Ie- remedyy
h-t ~iit-immediate re-sults~.. Cure-7
ChIZ".('t)Id!;. croup .iand thr.'at and


oeeoeeee**eeoee***e.es

SInfrequent ad

Improper

Shampooing
0 are r5-ston.si'ie fc.r dry. scrawny and *
\ araLi- ct-.,'td hair. Many people S
* 1 jv a .-,(dly supply of hair. and it
v ,uild i 1 I-autiful wt.re it n(it that
<..riruafi had dire.'i rdits life and made
i* "ii:t'k-.s. Everyone's head should
a I' lhaiur.o1ed ionhe a week pith some 4
S nh u-injurious aid health-giving wash.
.s,oa,. Glea .r *


de-s not rot and LMeach the hair, like
oda. ammo(nia, .tc. Aid the scalp
(* cancer with the "HAIR GROWp'.."
I I,,_y c-,ntain nfmLing but what is goxd *
S for thl: hair and 'alp.
SOLD BY I>R'GGIITS.

WM. BLUMER. Pensacola. FIricda.

I)ve*r itlt th.m.iiainiet111 llT.
CoiLUMBA, S. C., Feb. I".-A through
freight on the Georgia, Carolina and
Northern was wrecked 6 miles from
Clinton. the engine 'o.ng off an em.
baniment and overturning. carrying
over a number of cars l aded with mer.
ebandise. wnich were demolished.
Rains irob.biy caused the embankment
to eitle. '.bhe frpn:an was killed and a
br.akemnan mortally iiured. The track
was blockadt-d tr o ir, urs.


KI-l -K.-ine y ('irmpturs Mtnreq.
JA( ':l-I)AL. l''b 17.-General Kelly
Knny't Lri;gde (a-.ptured yesterday 78
wagons laden with sFt(res, two wagons
of Macser niri'ts, ei;-:it ',oxe. of shells,
ten barrels mor x .(,s:vea and a large
quantity of c re--. all wilimnrfing to
('r.,e'as la;!g-r. w:,t ,i was ,-i I being
Iheleoi by our artm.- rv wtai Kitchener
di~u-itched hit n:'--,eo.'er.
ftef mile-r (.ti t- ily N.o i null-ired.
~'. \' i~, F.-'.. 17 -The stranded
stea:n-is:.p (iate (:ty of the ( )'ceaa steam-
snui lihne, waich is .-a:d to b' hopelessly
wrcvked on tihe Le.t r ar ILast Moriches.
L I was not in-ured. 1The Oct'an
S(:a-::.-.i:Tp c)c:i.i).1t1V aujes ni)t insure vee-
'els of Its fl'--.t, raving aditoptd the pol-
icy o:ine time agr 4 of carryvin its own
in-urrance. 1"'e.ixdeit iH. M. Comer said
t:iit wnt:e tLe cuoatpany does not insure
i:- vc-m-j.is it ihas ;an insurance account
and tulo am,.uat to the credit of this
atccunt i- iilore than suili .leUt to re-
plac the iG(ati'o itv i: tins. should prove
nccessa'y witn a i';u,.h nicer ship. It
is ,rai, that on.y a portion of the
(atte City's cargo was covered by an-
su.'aiice.
It i iI r4onl .tt IH4 I ( 31 no)iw It .il lf h.
Air A.,TA,. F-'. 17. C. I BFell,
forrnm:ry c'mruec.:ai a-sent for the 3Mo-
Lon. wiuh headquarters in Atlanta, has
g,.ne to Rtale:ghi. N. C to accept the
p siton of C:iiet clerk to George Brow.
der. chief division freight agent of the
Southern railway. Mr. Bell was form.
early with the Southern. The traffic
manager of the Monon, in accepting his
resignation, aboke in the highest termni
of his work for that company. Mr.
Bell is weil acquainted all over the
Southern territory, having had long ex.
perience in the rate department of the
assistant general freight agent of the
Southern railway, so he is well equipped
for his new position.
WiSck III 1H Il9tiak..
CoI.utItMS, Ga Feb. 17.-Ttio Chat-
iahoochee river has practically resumed
its normal state. It feil t or 10 feet
yesterday. The cotton mills startcd
:f> l'.V
l,.Ai)lR NOTICE.
.\ v .- | F, t: e, ,i 1 .s \ i ;. ,
lPE\- ( ',I A. I Il '. '
1\'-. t- eMortar MtakHr- : di(t Hli
( ':nrrir- ,ef Pei' ;Ie |l;I. fil.i.. ltive
'i,',itiiJd ai m1 i.'i4 *- 'fPro. e:iv
I 'ii j me u itu e r ;a .i A 1 '. i,! .. ( t:; : r.
, ,l lo, vil 'o .l ih !1 \ l i,, 1 11. 11 io l i.-
l ili .> i i, i ot r wi.1; 1; 17,! I !.. ,
m-, r,,i I I ; ., .


I:: II


DAILY diARKET REPORTS.


r WN.................. .. 547 4
CC iitry. ..... .......

4 it .. .. .. .
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444



IUAT-:J-Jszivs
rrMX..ay.. t.u 4l; ~ C 5
V' lk A -i~ t lry ..9-f!
ub I.ATS-Maii.s 4
U t T -J UI-.-J ~ . .1....
tlo:i& -Bebray -....041
P.uimN-M.l III......................
LI m-.--Ii'bru l.tryr...
LARD-MAY ........6 7
'ims -JFebruar .. ........1S 9 Th
MIOiK-Muty........iQ~. ..13w
ISVNf Feb. If. -Spirits lturpo
2.1A. maleirusrM;exors.WS. osn rm

WHAs-FebruarFel. ..piiq up
7 nt~-ue frmat53 (y.74 eep%5...caks.I 0
.-OAnAH. itFeb. t17.- Sprecipts t23e.
CtIetretine firmat(ma pi&6d(a3 25:l:receipts,

pen.Tarie irunh at $~1. .154:0.re~eipts 61.'2aks

Hewatv~i of'( )Jint uments for ( 'it, arrlm t hat
('omait am314'rctir)







A, wrid wll I F!11lv i-t-.. yIOlt
t~ h~ t and


For Sale.
StcuI(m Saw Iill (,coLplete
ani practically new, to-
Vetheir with twuo-s"ory/ build-
il, '< b/ 1-. 2/ eet wiith new
~(, wi( ni1: d st eel roof. Filer
<' Stowell .!lfachinery!. C(a-
pacity t,. enty-/ive to thirty
f/foItand( feet per (dfty.
Bargain for 'i'.htl partyff.
Owner gone out of mnanu-
/'acftrin.0 im.siness reason
for selling. lFor partictu-
lars write.
;L- EE LEE D.),'IEELL.




Kodol

Dyspepsia Cure.

Digests what you eat.
It artificially dige-stst he food and aids
Nature in strengthening and recon-
structing the exhausted digestive or-
gans. It is the latest discovered digest-
ant and tonic. No other preparation
can approach it in efficiency. It in-
stantly relieves and permanently cures
Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn,
Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea,
Sick Headache. G( at ralgi a,Cramps, and
all other results of imperfect digestion.
Prepared by E. C. DeWitt & Co.. Cbhcago.
Ha r ri-' P:> irnmicy. .l,1,iii Shep-


SSLOAN'S LINIMENT

relieve, ; e "i,4:. is .. a ".
mtCMKr this is pot. 1 chap w.p ., lu. .
PAIN RELIEVER,
andad iondcr in its p:. tr u: p wer.
aI T Lilniment wi;I ot SA r or lst:. !

Prace,~,50c.and s1.O0 abtte..f ( i t .; -
S PMgPano *v Oin. EARL S. LOAN, BOSTON. MASS U. 8. A.




Delmonico Hotel and Restaurant

ALL OitOERS SERVED ON S803T NOTICE
AT ANY TIME AT REASONABLE PRICES.

o Rooms fopS Rent by the Day, Meek or month. (
311, 312 Krth Tarragona Streit, Opposite Unica Depot.
O-Teiephone 68.--0
S ---*GEO. WILSON & CO.,. -
Don't Forget to Stop With the Fat Man.
-_nFRtEaSH VGTHABES VI I DAILY, FlOLESHIE AID RETAIL. 9
fitc t., o.,Il i,,, Pensacola, Florida. era"f t


i're siltviit.


W 51 1 K NeWi1, F
N 't~t


Is.ti j~


N a-I R ..


First Natlollal Bailk

01" PEIISACOL16A.F 161A.


W.M. III. L:NOWLES. W. A. BLOUNT. F. C. W;,.!.Hi*F.J
D. G. B R NI',





ZV'WX e drivv 'ur own Bi~lktof FircI' r:-, no rf("n" riu.


Obli.,-atfnrs 'Tiikon P z~ t Poirt c 9c," n T611, ~'i'u !Pr ~DiY

EW"RSfety Deposit Boxes for Ro~ut In Counflction
with whiUch we haven rivato, Avrtment for t.heUse




AI"M*AVEmRY,
I ct nw o Asveweroj 4t Wftfo3b,)
IUAarICRTER AND JOER.IL OF



fr')r. 'Xill. AzcF, S'lrw,!s, 97%w Mill and uz.o:*ppl; Cooking
j,,nd -g Paint. ui rid Windcw Glla':.
rmd IV 1 :z b efirl~~! ..1A~

3Urzns. Ph't'-13 and 3:igTck.



~"-~c C .nt~n, o~'~in .sominc", 1r--,% Klr.~ Stow-
lad Wi~. o~%&Cc .'-Pav Ai~da Lac,,L3,ithar, !'urr-d:'


I !, ,aso1 i C.-e,:iprs,


JOHN McDAVID,

HEAL ESTATE AND BROKERACE.
(' IY II)PEI:t FY. IFAI:M N(;G
NI) 'IMER IAND)S
1 I Al- e I.:.
Loans Pl0ced at Reasonable Rates.


S 'r~:i:':


Wholesome Water.
T 11t a',llicill ;llA lv -i- >1 t4i) .'
ftirni lsh -d by '1it" I'. .V ;::'' .i 1\ .,
('eO. >.1. w- th::t 'v-'ry I '. S :l:i '
2.11 cubit' ilichl '- cel:t.Lint-
ttul -pa;i *I. o iltlt *. L r .
- ul" i th 'e t ,f l ia i '
'i i *I l:4, 1 i? 1 14 i i -F


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'I

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4. A. 4. 4 -
'~1'' .A.'l 4 '-TO
41 4-.~ 14.4 All .4
..4


d itc -. "-w' -u.. it'*ul N 11':.u11
Ct-i I 'ayt : lmh It =e' t 4I 1.- A. I

2 c- V f-'I Otj 'f a .- 4






iroiiithe ti,#- o f imi; ile -watf-.in. ~ r
rtim ceder' res-ott. Othue nein1I U f- dit'v
watpr ;himuild bo meiro- zoti-rd.r1.and'
I!.' f Xtretlich'aeptpit-s leuvi.' ,-) 2.'X-
crr~a for neet uiamn it. Lvoidlerd-
Atwe' it I'm the- cati-"- .,' rplib( lw 'ltitld.
to' tile wclfatre of tholie-r ttm a nt. and4(
tom thpir own jmecimiary iute r.-'-t ill
!.f'ciriun titlie be-t a It hs"C-; of tnn-
to put ii('t icnet hfim, oil thei i r j'r.up.
e-r't V.
F~or further ir.f-irruati~in a- tom
rate". pltimbimiu tarmt -.et. Ad-
d rt-';-. I'jNimAq .01, %. WATi-R CO .
W. M. Purr,


The 1eeture


QE'.Joi,, S. qoqDOpi,

'L n L 2,st sl I C. ,,L f r


Opera Hccs6, Iolo F; bruary 19,


.4 4'


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co ard


* .1 .* I.D4,~


e~i i -,!%. ';Au.I b>-I,--
go t 7' cnt :acit.u
tiv th c-wo o! -' I. *


To ord-r.
l>r(|I.4


Al IA I 'N.
tfspta-ti.


E PARKER'SS
Hl~AIR BALSAM
Tim.sd bmatrfs the halr.
promotes a uxurmaut rourt".
Never Fail@ to Reftore Ormyu
Hair to its Yotghftui Co ar.
QuaP* p d -&we & ha t.rf..ngD
S U1 ed )CA


0m 1., 11 T1 !*I I S'a* rnca t




'Fl"I 4L V l.r' kim.ca '- hta

a :t Pot t.. t. rr n L :. t: p
It ,~,I 4'.''- P 4 m 'F : .t 1C.irrw .I



i sV i.' w-r': e. ''- ........1,,
Di M


1 P. ri' i
8 p.nii
fP. M~. 74
FA :F FOP.WF.rK!) AY-.
!''.-ieiscolht it k- art Harrark('n' and "
P~ .~mr~ato ,*yN ard padd r',:
C. mei.to l, aimni tt-1 -clha:,d -...
FARE Foil t FUDAY
t~enhacoiat to a)rt Itarrancas Navy
Iard and retin ... ............ .....
I'enssonle to Palmetto Rewa uand
No freight vs.d after :15 p. w.







-Importtsrs and IDealeM i i-
Chinese and Japanese


WAITEE. auLLy C uouosI,-.
Wanted ti sn all kleds if Sneill FINE CHINA TEAS.


Pcn~nico;. Fie..


DIIINK LION BEER!


l.;;u~m~~.. w byall Plt v'iciaii- :i


Geo. Pfeiffer,


Agcnt,


I, I:",\f'01 \VL.


Try it. 0 a T. A T rI ,

H. A. WATERS,


Butcher and CGrnpeg


Grocer.


PHONE I '2
I '- : i S ':-
S4 ':,,l' !i : ''4 .


Peer c h,,sz& o "'s S'o r e
I NT F.." r EN(CIA :-'] 1.1-.,ET


HINBERO BROSS.9& fIG..

WI~LZq,


Palafox Street.
Pensacola. Florida.




p-mThme tiny Capsules re superior
to BaIlm of C4pa l* ,
a KIC%bebs and Injectio=ns
They cre in 48 lio lheUm
eame diseases wiUthot anyIncou-
vrience. SOLD STALL DRUGGISTS


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8 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1900.


IT IS TO LAUGH.


3'aracwapha to n. fl-md by Those
Vehe ApfiI-4'(-iae Humor.
garali-'rb:'sI lit ina Les'me tic look ile

Susnin- a '. I t1,at:iuL. it clianges
your o. cI
Fliavln I tool The cceriodc~ians t-F( :i.z
triraau: a!.''; r! halit, n, u--?
I ;.: 1 ttc!I. 11r. l'ut t brou g "It





1ci 1,t*1; t.fI 'H I :II


Y -IT I ci1* 1') II-%

Tllow : ..; Os II \ 1









hli 1g.

'1 4- r'-.2 ,~k----.(IhflIII1:1% to


-.a ~ : ~ I rha 1 4:iIvIr


!gpt too

~lb~ntc.I. vo'r *.tlie d. e 'lrtfl;1l
lilt.; :I .,t- Ta' toiglit fallc' 1-i~r ..0



A writer iii a N -" aYork Jcalwccs-,:U'
gt';-'. ~-.Il-l( '. n .l t.';eanit) d vcol nnt -lat

~aatle~a aI (~rs if:-. s.caial tastes to
talk, Cr lL~wv. :ahC~ut atay .given 1C.I I
tlft..lg i!III.' P':a~hlg l.[if 11cl.lhe le lcfts.'
'This 11 utile! fact lie aijiw (departure'.
hotwe~ ar. for It has lonug bee~n the porac-
tice In E'ag!:anl. where it Is called -log
tolling"- A se.rv smalrtl author can .-ct
a dinner o''I.cnlyout cf the [proc.
eq.; nnd lwcrlaajs grav-itate tovJwaId a
sFcoAanl o,.alitcn (lf a very lktclr book loy
hav- lg thf- t' ncrie(jr Uappl: aud It pulb-
liaclyv. '' yo:.' c~ire'ad nix .lI Hot)k ?"' s:is-
eat an :itioth,, ace NA r cI'ica end. thle('rv

I'm betla'tr no'.;"- Atlanta (kinstltu-

Softly Suggeuted.
"Don 'a el .ij.-;Ic ai-z the ac14
So g. ig : 1I ..- aag a1la ta .1


cait! A V":lI ~ i








thyrall 4-1ac-1
v :. I q; -' Ivf I
1--t%. 11j o- tu.'I.- i -1, '!-: at lfl.#irc

Now c:%, 1v.t-11 t.1 c!!o





-.ant 14C.,V n c.1!'L1. F lg i;


oln n Tecrnienhitir.

f;. c -~i -'a'iwhy
Pie' batit ain't u:,'- 4.i%


t,,c-fc-c&,,I"


A Powtier 11ll1I.~plo ion
Reniva -evc'-rythiciing isighat:
do drafztic in ic-ni~e~l kl butbtioth
are' inizihty'daigr'I-. )1Ca't 11'IIl -
mite the d'-.hiaaa'tv ach inery t if '4'Cut

aloes Toil!-, la-'a Dr. Iier-N.'v-
Life I'M-i. .Whi.hI ar#~f'-' ciaa- a
iiimmer lalr-L.z .d-e tip" wamrk 1-p
feetly. (Cur.-- IIf Otn:'-a'- '.4if- p-

berte's.

TH-OW. C. W A TON & 'OM PAN V.
Eletest Uttaa'. Iriactarancae anal l Ukra iv;I
Agenerv. Not ISmioth I'ahat ax tara-ec-.


'_-Nd %'.'4, -!(a.Ad -A1.-ti St ..
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('% "11 cc-" I'.- .a'1 it 1.-ar IN- .
% )te'-a-dHls


HAIIITIM 1

ARRIVyr).
Br FstCat nr:lock. 4%*3. l-I .tf-hp-r. HATInaitnia
Be'rmaudal" Cto IVI.0HoWe & t*.s
tir sak f'enretta. 1431. Mac'kcvii;;. charles-
ton to W L"a aztia-b2 & Co
CL A RfIFt.
H- -a Tormoa. i7%. PenwaIl.b 'v-(;-,lIf at i.t .t
'Ct fo.r Ha u ~ith IVU bi ea t (OrL. !).;I-a
'astc. ,:*, Milkft flr. ?IN, bill.s1.1-arcitac. .;7PotIi. g
Cot taif I 5 3%.)e. i U-. lit h tutec-.and(1 p;-,jut
bers ncuate-rial. tcj boxa-, bacon. V5 h.h-'aftfl
3KP head cat K Ic'. Viheua'Jb~l~tcaia. VIO1' (I ht

liuaiiody d I~e f.'r 4 ac-u. I'raiicc-. I t!1
s ft 4ic- arm ta baarat*. I I.3c-ft ,av. aisC rit
tintber. valued at $A 1115c
Am I -- PeiRoftc.'c a 14.niniwoe-, l.ic" t,
Transci t k oiifLric joa.'. I 1.41 i ,

.A 11. L Dc.
Span -l-; -#7.!andvaacrt .o, 1I '.qu' 11011, i. b

tit T;dc

ATQUIARAINTINFP
It hr k -"7% Ki c..i.c- laI. i cac.
B'aaa aa. u. tC40



XMM"L631I N PLFOR
5'I'UAKSHIFb
fir ec ~- IA..1'4. And'-a,0n. to Ilatars'.
(i,* 3ic. '.. shraea-t-'i. cla1f .;Un La!
F-'r; I 1,a4'.,
Hr -I.Ila Li. I'd: 1.,1,4. ,too (,ulf 'Frvn-at
aC.,
Hir Tcert n. 11. I 111.rLA clal far FItivau a
.41-iI rai.Ht. euV 'l. C,


II~t. Ii.'c

Vc'ittIcv&I Ito
NorfI- rnu,.1 -71. 1 th'.-.cc ac~rat'r


BARKS. -
EtrAnn Aio Vics n uy ca.Iet~rr-'l, tce Baaiti
L)ItlAsaotdy & C(o
RutA-c alt. 2 i t TI(Ie r. tI o-i I-
It A gaittwo11C 1 rrazallic Il". Tco-I' 1aa/141c
Trniudad it) rtend
It Ao IC-lcre aC. 77-2 Itragiri o a-1,t fir I IlC')fl
It rwarx-h-111 .'a, 1'i et.toe 1ua11'c, I Dun-
%v4IeiI& 4 (041
Nor Iloira'. 7.-'-, Lar..'ai. to W.1, Wittilel
'Nor Frili-de'n. Sunaic".-. to or t-Ir
'.%Orlr heOS, 921, Niei"'U ta W 8 Keyser &
CO
Nor Iaaghihlaer. 'IT). Andlorton. to C L(o
Itu- Ha-lint. 4rV7. Akenlutid, Ito Pensn-acola
Lunmecar Co
Nor Iady Glnadys. 1'27,4, Jacobso-n, to Pen-
sacola L~unitwr Co
Nor ILongfellow, 7a,41-vend~e-i to W h
Key1.er & Co
Nor Margarethe, 11c-r2, arbcefl. toaW 8
K+-Yser & Vo
Nor 4aiphelia. 1I2. edpirgen. to Pen--acula
Lbr ( o
Rut 1Paul. 71m. 1,endeatrom. to ordor
Non Kolwrit Z-wraftaou to'.;. a-tiieii, to
SS 14I1, Cao
NoCr Munarlid".a-N li~ang-.n, cld for Ilue-
Ii(Pi Ayrc-c'
It tMta-fl-.anil,-c'V. Bozzo. to Ilto-nmoa Bro'.
It l'loailotatn Yt iaglgc-lo.I-,:-N, '1)11n a-Itat.
to ordari
,Naor Vi;,,),N-c, arcu-c-'.n taCW S Keyi-vr
A ('o
Am t.'I: i.* ,c ck-~r, to E 1'. aurt-
tier-c & Co
Hr A;!,-o Britrl hat.nw '. 11:amtnllU:-J to
LaIx \M kU01iai5u



1' a .1-at A Hauv!-.. 2--.I,".ni-on. Ta. tf- ifilt.'r

Am H c-I.-r. 17. -Alhino, to nasacter
ba ..-z..:-a.W[ dci ta-i i aucana


UF. CLEARED) AND MAILEI) V014 FEN-
ISACOLA.




Ifc ci '.1 .''. E52lcnhit '. Dt-'.ac 7



.1 7. 1I~ 1"A44lta,"ccl tI wt I
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hlitel 11.c-,)c- 1~ -. -a) It kil anc- I Pn

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t.ilimt. Ncmf-. Ii'.. ich t'-t-twcocea. Jatil.
tiler. Noir. 'Act1'rc -"toll I-va11
.Ioh-tli I-iI'.Nota. "Id ih'n2.tanIandaa Nov 11,
.1 ohain ta. Noar. c-It1 lailik-buti cP.'o e 4a.
Lulia F.i I-' t. Nc--.'.ogI l caaIm ii Iclf.--
L~inee. it Ic.I -a kd (jhaliwi Nocv 14
Mal-.aceare No. "II(Hl',* 'Icipwt'! .7,~
~laarht~cai NCI. c~c.-Id pI~etaIItaly 11
Maica-hla. It. -Id Ileatiiccrg. Novc'
Norway, NiCr. %1,Il 4 Ic-.'loeak I Ct-c17
Naorm,%,.r#.i'c-d I quitI'ec .1 ani 2"
Umv:arc'. It. i *. o.asd Buo.,noAyc-.'a 5.-fit*
Pmcelt Mail cr--. I T. I'-1'.. 'ch At \ci-trdti inI .111an It,
V4.ccie -:L. I t. W"t'141 dM art-ciklia. .1Iall 14
Elly, .era-. -Id 1,,,) Jatn.ik- Clo.1Ibi'. I I
*1OKOON9KRZ.
PIilot. Itul. Ald -cmttery Roads IB Ic~a

AN EXCURStION

To b-' Giiken Ttte-4da) Over the Icunt
'call,' attil I-eslicit-kleniItai~roadt.
Thle vo ull '. IAd ita- aof Fpwaiir; 1)
Le'agut' will rula:aii# xt-ur'ion ltralin
oc''ar ttire 'VuIiviIfc-'arn Id Firil ic kto I
r:l Ta~ luc-d t.(V a'.etIttz, F#-[). 210.
Ticket-t (for t!'.e i1mud c trilp van ii h
-trvet :at 7i a:' ia*-. Train h :Ae- i
P. pn. t. laf -'Htht to

NAVAL STORES MAIUKET
litported DAily 15cr Thin Nevw. by
Mmmi.sr. A. M. Maaces cai,


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N1~V~ l i: I a wp!i' it, rwn, ii
Ir.iei for detit. coentracted Uvy
tbo cr'-ivwof asail vt-~I1.
II : T

jI -; I tt rh -- ajwallzf' n. 0% n e r,

f.. or neL~s coutracte.1by
the crew of mAid


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POLITICAL ANNODUCEIENTS.I 5 fOI4L NOTICES.


,,,, ,0of:, bnen, Fripedman" Co's ....... l
I hpr#bv annnunce mrielf aisa candidate
for rSt tft if -f mll'telih is Co tuny. anJreI re- M
.p, f- fully I ,ak tIhe u ipporWt of lily f n, iteds
andli vo rs of ithil- lint.yv. If ,.lect*-d I will i
hdi-rlIanrist- ih- d<,.:t -.>'s.nf tall t i etlee flllLerlntly, !'
fairly and impartially. _, wTaP eg, r T t T 3(fr ( .V1 'jlt O l-.IN Ii.


fr.ag"--.autIinebt uh s--ci tlo iI mlil f a--iin-

Fo-ar 'heg-ifi'.
1 h'-ra-tv Nfi(Ctimin'ft-inyQ".'If a ca ratl Iidnt#for
0,, 1tfn of'Escuialim'aciouant:.' vat the eta-uuing
J C. VAN VE-A.T.

F."-r 'Clerk aef Itie Circuit Cicurt. -

fc~r i o-. CT .w i ,cc-- 'rk ( if v.' 'ra-uitc.nrt
'cI I--* 11-1 ilvtwtV.I h,.' i-.-22-'Llga'tction
alI :,cli-k t ii.' c-tppoertof '10i te-r'a
A. it. MCMTIL! A N.

Fin'aprt-ia''it ('Ia' k
I 1'~cVtI ri~ m 'y'I l;lt'.for (Ccrk cef the-
I' -.a- ,. I h -'sI '' 'C iiV llbi .Z-C


-'.r ('iagivt 4A' rk-.
I~~~~ v.r--c tii-I C cll 'c-It vit d idadta' fccr
C h.' aflat.-'-it (-!-rk ocf iii.'tc-rcoat ('Cia L ,f
hav.the ulpo acrt of m% 1 rend-. it, u tIe

tIce. Tax 4a'-if ciear.
I lirhv- -autinc pun-c''- lvc-'4f it, a canadidaatea
focr rt'-,'.-C'Tu cla4 i I ,t x i '-w I t lct'.'r -f Lt-a'am-
Itci' e'cckiniv. *tad Cit.k-thoc'i- support of t aiy 1
fI lwtdtI aural v4r-irrs gint--lientII
A. H. IcA.'ai~T.
ficr Tax (Cp)lhec'tair.
h-Pu mat -u' .'frwdi.'11h"rf J udgo W Uhi, cHoaia -iv

(iafcl ~:~tiI).:&t t.'C,i21 %. at t lhetcl~.i 111if 11.4 t 1. lc


I-',r rT\ -- -.'e',r.
Tl'h ciandid:il y Iif %V illiaitn WV. IL'h:i r i ,
hc -c.r I*. i. Ili LIll lc l fl fi :' r'"- i l, ''tli : i I t:iX if--
i-'(ir ftcr I-<-a'naifat t tili', ..i%. htc'c to the
it.)ti (li of tIhe It dc'1i tlitti 'l t prlluitriju,.
F-'ir ('County treasurer.
I hert-hyvac i nnolnce, myself t a .canilidatl
for r fi-ri i ,litn'. 1 uhj-t to a dfpci.o i tt t he enl-tni~
tl.illiocrt tic t- rCimary ellc--etio. mid rf'sp t-
fully solicit th-i support of thelie vIoler of the
county, pledgnl(ilg inys.lf for thK@ fiuturv th'e
-anis faithful performance of duty that I
have lendeaivoredl to fulfill during mvy Ia.t
ten u re of thet flice. J. W. AfrMATIat.
For .cIstlce of ihe Parace.
At the uggeption of nuinerous frlntifld. I
lilreby innuounile6 my candidacy for JIstlce
of thea Peace of the city dleitrict. subject to
the action of the nominating primaries.
JATIK S I. LANDIe'CM.
Fl-'r S'io .I Hnpprintn-ii' en
Tc th e Vtern of 'kcanita ''ouint .':
I hereby annouililice iiv.t'If a ciitididaa' fol
iuperilnte'r,ldent nof PulClf Iii-ltructt..in lo I
lE-~atbllil iinty and ask the upp. rt tif riy
friae-tiCs and voters g.a-neica!ly.

I' .r ltup' ri-Inllii(e-n i it' l'ilulilc Icr-
t trnia.'lion.
Tn the Vo' t, ri (,f .-<'r..iiri a c', hi-r-hy i- llannl iun -m iiyst-Ilf it cmnli.at'l f.,r rp-
I (1*tanl tio Illth. lie of cotinty lpeli it'-n-
<4;-'it ilf ptla ii, Ini-trzla'tllori l ind w ill I'
p -Kd'(I to hiavet the ipport of iny fri'-ndi
ll:it 'volrt- titirntll\ l t the cOt Ollli' i dfill)n -
crat l.c priimtr. <'l|'cticin. N.1I. CoUK.


0 0 AI HRiq I bI Uy


0 0 0


@.=GREAT 31ID-WINTER:--




SIEA INO ANi S1O -TAK1IllG I A [!


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.


IN


Big Bargains!

IN DIFESS GOODS, SILKS ANI) SATINS.


Big Bargains!
IN TABLE LINENS, TOWELS, NAPKINS. ETC.


Big Bargains!

LADIES' MIISSI-.S'. CAPES AND JACKETS, ANI) IN LADIES
TAI LO[R-MADE DRESSES.


Big Bargains!
IN LAI)IES' SILK AND BRILLIANTINE SKIRTS AND LADIES'
FLANNEL AND SILK WAISTS.


Big Bargains!
IN OUR ENTIRE WELL SELECTED MAMMOTH SHOE DEPART-
blENT; EVERY PAIR GUARANTEED.


Big Bargains!
IN MEN'S, BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S CLOTHING; ALSO MEN'S
SHIRTS AND WINTER UNDERWEAR.


Big Bargains!
IN OUR MILLINERY DEPARTMENT.
Sailors and Walking Hats, worth $1.00 and $1.5o, going at thi- Big Clear-
ing Sale at 25c apiece.


Big Bargains!
IN CARPETS, MATTINGS, WINDOW SIALI)ES. LACE C'IURTAINS.
We have received direct from JApimiin Hlaud-oine Carpet Designs. The low price will .surprise you.

COME AND REE THE GREAT SE T.CnTON.

'WRemember our Trade Discount, 5 off of all Ca.h Purchases! !%


Your Credit is Good YOURS ANXIOUS TO PLEASE,
For anythfin.l inti our hmio-p. WV havA
aIlr a-:,t*m. .nrof ,otu.. 1 COHEN FRIEDMAN & CO.K-


S I r v c.* frut I I '.I.Ld(J'; at I i i I ) -
0. M. l'lt'a'4 '


I )aWitt s Witch 1-lazol Salve-'is~
tiI('qu~td l! for rcila 5, iijtiurh ts tro
-k'n d~li-, ases. It is th.- orig iwll
Wite!a Hazel S:i I '. H -wre' (if :all
a', lutitat 'r-io t-z. tlr-,I ,' r is lvIi-rniac:e


uiXotktfl4'eso .'tso/j'a home
a-s~ Ita~ndson m.c, / 'rnitul, e.
Mllarston 4- Finch hare (an,
imnmmnew stexockfor yout to xe-:
l-ct/frorn andl they will se/ll
it to you oillong tiine a(Vf(
easy, pay/m.e0m x.


flIMail Ordters Promptly Attended To.Il


IB. WRIGHIT COMPANY,


Al A NI lFA.\C AI E R.- AM> DNI: 1 .EIS IN

SLUMBER, LATHS,

SAWED CYPRESS S3HINGLES-Klil-rieid laps
)=E I-'E 'SA COI( A. FlI,.




TTTlBE: NU' WAIT COLUMN!


F. E. BRAWNER'S-


STOCK-TAKING


SALE


CONTINUlEiS THROUGHOUT THE WEEK!


DTese Goodsare all ttis SeaSor's Buyiqr agd uill be dr)loaded at a)d


Below Margufaeturers' prices


211. l-fan.!' anal &tia~dr..f'c hid



rc- 7,ua[itr 12'. 1 2goodstI. for CI.h.;,
~IIIt aa'' rArch('I I-'rc-'al H''nc---
lcf CCItI f1 6".ad. cu,1-arit -- II,

!w tnIN-. mler per II -


q p i >i ( rt:.1-.> \ ll W ,ol ill-d. ^:lkI
JU ,Wr,. .'I i :in: '.;i., ,1 or c, !i:- $1
-iii- |w r .i.. l ,l ,til l i$ .

S tc- : '- in ti k I'.-r al-.-. Warrantrdl
I J r- .**- I;:tI- ; ,' --ller. for t i th' l.


l9C A i' < f.',, i L ark. will la.1
2' -L i r -l il2 it (J-iii thi- ml p -pe-r ya. rd 8

27:'! r. : ',I .i: !' 1,': -'"l "ft2.. U0c


.":.-.f-ltiL p-'pr jywlA12 .-.. Ll t''L'ce..tn L .'-a" 39c


4-.'l-; fi .-r 11 I'll2.' %c-il ;"LAI
V..- ji I liad -I -t ka: i i-;). '-'2.: '
V. alt. 58 n


I I '"I~aldperI N-arn "iar 20fc-
~~~~~~W t *i-Ii a-, ~ le a U
12c i L--- t~I !.I il :


Remember the Place,


ii i& It t :I cIie a;.ta!i 11,u-1 nc T


4, -


i o,, c -i( '. t i- er-l 1 i r, i tr for n
i. -at..-. c--blar. *-' valul ,U2 c


0 ''cI'4i cd 'c'c~-arnd 7-w


-- '"0--r-. I-Il:..'b4 r








(U 'A Fn 11-t-.. p-' 'tri.Lo IJ'~e

'I-'~c-hrc ,'aIl' w307 'aI 1 a r -.,


Y a~ To 1t1.4LR VN 4e)N I-'V-I:- %
pro~pertY.Apply to) A. A. r
buildian, Palafox ttre-T.

Loems negotiated. 6 to 8 per c:,m
L inkloy & DanielL_.

I A0 AT LA)Wl.T itrA c
1_1 I-Aj:4r 'AN AI.W AY.I
*l' EI H1ll Y lART1I:!4 IIAV. N.
1,!.%%f FISHER, *_44-vr.JlI '.a, N\


F 10,WAN r Top HB,)U-iC *.%I',
i Ivaect ,ii.'flc'. f-nA ro Y ur pro)pt.
cuare aiit ristif of tanl-, 'tor ,.
litt". r-*nt wprop--'avty~f a d. .1..cri;TI.'
remit. tol I.ci wt for 4vur lux-aftt. !a
v'ili orilor I% Wpop I..-.~* t.y-.'.
HieaIl'.-ta i.'a, I ia-tiar.tla('- ago- ft-.t'
v~lm FIN H. "in't !t- '~nitd, at.- rip i %
'Ai 14 o I%, ?IaI !a 't fl., I III l W %%-:~lI I .. r)
%%i at ti 4 l tiiaa t Cr'icl it t,.A ~



K iN -Th r.. '.di-- iritA. r.'.r:
r t'i'tcI lt111ra.' 1 4 .1 n,-r I", ;i. 't)'t,


1~ '~ PRF NT-H aa1c. Ii' 'enth aSie.. aft.
Fv V. 7 rmracnp a p'. an -iIar -i, i a,*,
011 .'I.-ef rit' car lire.o. ii41 L .. itN. -h.-p-4. Au
pI);%at laotl'cntla it,.. f-I t



W~thrbuftnu.



)1, ALI 1 fi I't


E 15 vg. t i f pu1 0-. .r-.c H r, .m iI I,,.:-,
It'avetorde'rstit Patrlocr .*Ia rkc-'I.I

F It S--X 1 'AEtaI RHIt- NIU- A f-r~ r
well Ie.'tf--'tl. :>,Ic~rv as'Iar.. ,t ,
1111CeltS. fall 1(11-414 eaitm ult f rit-"i. %prgiv'
He.rnman I re 44ci. -une~tiLake. V?-r.
mat lon,oIr d t~8.. 1*a '1
:t-'A
L'IR13ALPK-iino -Hor-e Trap in 7-.
17 luss condation. Jait. McHugh.
FOR 1AJ.E-lFiflen acres an wepto'-ri -u,
F urbs. frontinit Bayo)u Chic'o. Ca-) t
bold ton ,aoty terfn4. and at a bargain. ri.
C. Watson & Co. d;
FO 4"4R ALE-Tbe mo~t desirable l-t%
the City on valty terms. by tho Ii a-I,.
Re~al Vatate Agency. I#. kHale Wilboai. oMa..-
ger. iN01.1 nutb Palafox street. llit l~t


DNIGA N CE Y-IhN M( gs.
bioopt-iedIP ordalnciri.&al.t
tit Lihrary bcili, a h~dreri'.,il .-
W-dne'tldav and Saturdtay at I::v51)
Nighti clasmsoi k raday itt7 p Ill. %


ANlFEI-Kfiploym#*nt for all (or pa
pf "m i dny. aI~ts-te,-ioiwrp~iphi--r faid f.
L-i.'rt l *.lh'e work atilaw .et?t,. *rctferroql
ti) Iv e'1'lfPtfe.'If voi~lilti! mIII It 11iwill no,.
"Xpect lalroor" pity.. AtcIr.---g C. L. 31. Iare
NpwsIoa.,acp.If
TANT1'IP-AlI kinas of -mptV rqcart
W whisky boittlets. 2. A. YP.IEDNA24

WIANTICO-OlOd beer b-ftluetsat l~pvnnh^.&-
Gter Hromi. xt

~lttau lala 'a'i~u1 (41.

kind;4)*.-r '1) .'ar aiti.i f..-4 lniritwil pial
antid writa K,.' ai a-c '.-ir I 211 .'
4terrcali. A (1(r. Ic- a t, 1 lo'r.e
Li Pl4e' d 1 alalie a*


It: I7'A IC l-;- I IN.. e* -' "A.N ,,
faa.' *e iice. aunt P art. k v(, 1 ,. f!$1.,
Ic--~tllraen-. if at.-tro,. A.. fit.- tr.,ttri-
I..r Elmi mida 2111(1 t 4cr'ht ( 11411


VI d. ..ar.rI Iho,- awen.v' f.,,-
%,1-Loop-k Clpia] fa Stcu,,.
sol tip f 1 -fa -r.'f '. c. l.nte ,

11;lr lA 11-4t'-
4 ~~U'H I pl.yPriary I..
INY land Kindermarten loop now iip'n f.
its tlfth term in th" ropsIde-nce at fle c.


pairesair coi c-g ai hUalnca. .1 H


.311t" IIF-'CZ w K 'F'SC1ttacs --9for %ail c- -
I 5atdcelin fCull Iforc-agai lanwpua.z.--
neW iatllfiulo .'2 Wa,4t helinumtat -tc-a-t
Mi~ss ('awtbalns Ceonservataorv 1
Ile'mcpn-i at Pup Ins reaidete1.; r:''
clcfbepraa-tice.



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AIiaod ('M ) n He1ar .i'!
A c-tile,. H iWjl ~ 1~~'.


CALL AND INSPECT
Tb., Larv&-u and Comn;.l-'.
fline of Irom .andlIt.
B4EDSTEAD -itt


105 S. Palafox Street, a, ,F,,r",,..,e r.


O-A' l- j g lnpr, oi~ ~. I


ariq InIm A r or p-w m -w m wpm% a ---.


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Uniform Title: Daily news (Pensacola, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
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Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
Creation Date: February 19, 1900
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DAILY


VOL. 30.


NEWS.


PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, MONDAY AFTERNOON, FEBRUARY 19, 1900.


NO. 14.


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


SAT Tl E HEELS O'10 WAVE


DEFENSE WILL DENY


FORTIETH ANNUAL STATEMvENT OF


..Maki:ng Big Ca)
:.~~of Storcs.









hot :. 7. meobrd .e.f : -



M p1.,I r







.f :=- -.ind- tt.ev alhai-

tOLIii't t-t aftern-w-in
1r irmti- ,ha A empiC;tur'-.1 avi-r 1-.i~
ant oa-t- ul*ve-r IiC(oa:atf 4ox"?,.
Many of thme captured wmg4miiA4 wtr-~
faill -4f box.-; of ammunitIonl ad-
.le'.diit,- thoTramiivaal gaivo~rii-
mneiit vi-i D.lagoa bar. This.is III-
d-,-#d a prtov#- that I 1w Ht. a'r,
I II~~ n4 war 'upp~i-4 ~t h rnuti
I'.rtti~'.-et.rritorv. haiug-h it Inav
4ve bete-ti dibtAiied .wtore the wa r

1! j-a lik-ly that ('linj.-. i-A far
4:1'iAif ttL.+- -aF guard andl ia 1441w
in -iitl !of or III theii o Ii-hh,tl ir-
#d o f it, will t a kts i ii,* w h -r it d I'.
I,., ro-i-tmcep.
I r- 1- will h, ,,, .,, lit n iii te
Wi? i ti'V oiia t tl.- Hriti-l,
i miII g~vv titL- R $#I'ai J.1 i. lowi
-ri tm* tn w ill [)..;IIIzitth- at tar k

b- ..b. itrwiight Iii tt,,# foiiat.
IttalIer A..ain Iic i a.


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rt I haiiiiii.- ac ipiurt-d t-#,v-


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In ;~ Iti- Irt Wi-ti0-in. Iil-
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r ti unaituii-u I -I .,a aiiO-It;,.,l

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wa.uatjd (1140 Lt .ii,- a I tall-
to~. -aea' f ar osti n- t 'it--v W41'1
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X Fellow I 's-s er Shaip.
I ~-F's-l1.#h -ii--Thta-ltt
..iI ati) Salito-i arrivf -il t.--
- tltad (iii-de-ath on int!)..a%"'I.-
y,ra--'luw f.,%-x-r andl t:!.- Woo--
w ~ s-ihautrI o v I I u1.

It gmour Statalee Elsa 'teut

o ~-sf (,i'hioitn. I&Pii~e

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Vessels Coated Vvith Ice in Sat-
urday Night's Storm.


r I'aP opI Il/e'i ta i, I IaIhi in \ ir-
.ini;ta-On- Mai I"'.:i.iol lDead in a
IhKi'-h- ailr I ihpi llrm0 C'au hlit ill
t(lie St-or anl l-tro-r i tiiThear Iltoats.
N *.; I.. \Va.. Y l. 1II.- .\ l-la1 t: 4d
<0t- lli -It Ip al rrivi:a tI I-d ly r *#I,,'rt-
S!.az NSttirdJity nI.tit'.s -*:Mi n ;ii i ; t:
wai I v ry -iv.i,-. tl:.- .- all \ -
-*# being t tedt w 1 i .*.
T. '. *- I I ix fat.l A iti" in i ,-.
*; ii a- a -Ult of the o.ill waivt .
I ;;t;,-l A -!t,' w ;t-% full 1 : z !,-- 'll tP
A, i !:L ;t d itch :it P irtrt-II.> I,, t.
K it: l.in Siti .-ICCU ImnbJ to
:I... coldi ht-re.
}-'. lu i,-rn tilif-rmripn in Hatt,r:t,
Inl-, were caught in a blindlin. -nIow4
stoirni and troze in their boat.
SANT.AN.-,E, F,-D. l.--(;ale- are
cau-iiin a number of .shipping di-a'-
ter 11iI thie Spanilih coast. Three
sniall vs-iels were wrecked and 24
,eamniu were drowned. Eight other
vestel-, are missing. Two coasting
ships with a total crew of 4, are re-
ported foundered oil Gijon.

WANT A UNIFORM PRIMARY.
Georgta's State Officials Unanimous
o the Estrablibsh-d Custom.
ATLANTA. Feb. 17.-With theelection
of a United States senator for Georgia
on hand during the present year there
is practically unanimous sentiment
among leading officials of the state,
and particularly statehouse officers that
the established custom of nominating
a.l Democratic candidates, including
the candinale for senator,. by primary
election, should be followed out to the
letter.
There has been no intention on the
part of the statehoue otlicers who, with
one exception, that of Treasurer W. J.
pi-eer, wili ask re-elec'.oa, to suggest a
change of thie method of seiectioa. Tne
sati~laction cre' eli over the Ptate four
years aco, when lion Charles F Crisp
was voted for at tiae 'riru-ry tor United
:-iates senator. waqs rec'aled yesterday
tvy every oftl.-ial wno wa% appr(:acihv.i as
t, his views for tne elc':ion ot senator
ILis year by vote of tnu p.*op.e.


sktall Crulsel .I y I r.t!ri.
I'D: ]il N. C.., Ie 17 Ernest
Youn;, a sciiool teacher, was kil.ed
here by a train on the Srtic.ern raii-
war. HIs was walking down the track
and did not hear the apprraculug train
un;;. it was too late. His kuil was
crusbh-d and le died instantly. Mr.
Young belonged to a ; rominent traniy.,
aditi was a w*-ii known young educator.
lie was 22 years of n,., and graduated
w itr the highest nonurs of his class last

Inclidlnt of th'- (Ov.-,ti w.
C'il.tBRA, S C ,. 1eb 17 -L .. Wal-
drop, a prominent cotton manufacturer
of Greenwood. attempted to drive over
a flo.itinc bridge on Salads at Green-
woo-i Hhi horse Iecame frightened
and tumbled into the deep wa'er Mr.
Waldrop was washed away in the flood.
After clinging to a tree for hours, he
was rescued by negroes who had to
bui.d a boat to go to his rescue.

Ie{ .ptintOn W.1 1 1-Given I)ewvy.
JA,< K..,Nviif.L-. Fia.. Feb. 17.-Admi-
ral George Dewey and wife will arrive
In Jacisoonv:ile early next week enroute
f.,r l'a:m Beach, Fla.. where they will
t.e t::fe gusts of the Hotel Royal Poin-
I tna for about two weeks. The Jack.
.iuvi.l,- boird of trade will invite the
.>iun:ral to Jacksonvaile, and a splendid
r., -e:t on whil be given the hero of Ma-
n.,a bay.
%lreet lnpronv' I-st Fund.
'. a~rtn:. A*a Feb 17. The maycr
of New LDecatur has recommended to
the board tnat the city shall refund its
mutrsanding bonds to the amount of
l.. streets and iimproving the old ones. The
I.,,ard wiil act n it at its next meeting.
Thl!or i- n14 i b-tt,'r iedicimt- for th-
!i' tl1-- tl..in Cha.iinb rlaii's (t',tizh
I;-Ini tiy. It- pl;.a-aut ta-te :tanil
" I,*>;n1 and ,- :n:1al cure- itak- it
. ; ,\,rit,- w it i ti.>O wi r- ai: I -: i, l
' 'hlii, u. It aquicklvy cu*..**- I-r
a..- l nd! ,c'-It-. lureve#itllr ptllttl-
1; ,i * ,r ,th '- 'r i ,i ', l -* (i ;s -It '.-
I" :i ;~i> r i "*'ill hcro i 1 ;-i0.1i;i I .... 11 l-*ri
II. t' .1- -'f t'i)i'>-:til~- ,af .t'a w ith-
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,f %v. c.l i: t' I'I I t '';l tt7-r ('**n-
-, rv:t*,'rv. e--icilailly d l .ires ;a few
;-.-ipl- l. o are t le t able to ri-ad
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Itn, t ,.ld- ,f ,riimary inltruction
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Counsel Preparing Evidence

In Big Lawsuit.


CONTEND FOR CONTRACTLIFE


Carta.gla-'. Attorneys Say All Papers
WIII11 It.RaIy Fur tile Tria L'poN
Illsl Ieturu to PIhLoaburg In a lFew


ITT -Plitl. Feb. 1- -The acceptance
of serviLe by the attorneys for the de-
feuiiants in the Frick Carnegie contro-
v,,rsy suit lears the way for the actual
beginning atf tie tig~at in thu c urts ba-
tween tie two steel kings. The recog-
ni:ed a.iherents of each are doing all in
their power to marshal tnsir respective
forces for the contest and consuitaniotis
on campaign p!aus are being nead night
and day.
The 15 days ailowcd for tiling an an-
swer to the suit dates from yesterday.
It will probably be tiled before tue ex-
piration or the time i!m.t, however. as
tue counsel for Carnegie may all the
papers will be ready when he returns to
Pittaburg. which wiil be early in the
week beginning Feb. 25.
Immediately after Carnegie reaches
Pittsburg he will go over the papers
with his attorneys, affix his signature.
wherever required and no time will be
lost in filing the defense.
The defense it is said will be in the
nature of a general denial of the allega-
tion of Friok. as to Oarnegie's malevo-
lent intent and a strong contention that
the "iroqclad" contract still exists, and
is as forcible and binding as it was un-
der the old firm of Carnegie Bros. & Co.

THANKS FOR ROOSEVELT.
Republican lloue lExprres'*e rl-nd.
sh*1ip For N-W V% i k' (o-,)vrratur.
FIANFKvanI:T. Kv Feb IT -'1he RBe-
publican house tuday adopted a resolu-
tion exte-uniiug thanks to "lhat galiaant
anti patrlotle taesmau," Governor
loosoeveit, fur wcriis of cheer to Gov-
ernor Ta',.r and further resolved that
taey would nevw-r cease in tie:r efforts
till the Goebel election law is renpalel.
Another re-olution was adopted ex-
teunius tinanks to the Indiana League
of Rlep::b!ican club-, for syinp:ttny aul
encoura.g-:--nt to Uver:-nor f'ay.or anu
earn ,it ,.._ud for iviil liberty.
!.c.ruii'. 11,o llr.
M .' :, 'Fob. 17.-Tho rork p:le is
tak;:, we.l witthe beggars of the city,
and it ii a noticwab'e fact that fewer of
them are seen on tme streets tuian for-
muerv. Tue pteop.e seem to carry out
tue requc't of Mayor mith by snmdiug
ail the tvergrs to the place provi :ed f.ir
themui. o lay a large number of peopio
are at work and many are making as
much as 5bcents per day. Men, women
and children canu te seen crushing rock
wnicn is to g.) uder the street-s of tto
city wucin uIn paving commeneosagaini.
It 1-4 a strange iact that the city is pro.
vi ling work for many people and lua.-
ung money at the same time.
.1 ust Not Ce osi'uotq.
WASHINGTON. Feb. 17.-The contend-
ing factions among the Republicans of
Alabama have been called off by no lese
a person than Senator Hanna. chair-
man of the Republican national comn-
nlittee. At the same time Senator
Hi.nna. speaking for the president, has
served notice upon southern R-pubii-
ans that t.ffioehoiders msnt mtay in the
background in this year's flzht. taking
no part l.rominentiy at least, in ihe
inanageme.at of the affairs of the party
and keopin; titeinseves off tbo list of
delegates to the national convention.


Soldiers Acquint tel.
LARE i). Tex Feb 17-Privates B.
L GLiover and Joshua Nichols of the
Twenty-fifth Unit-9d States infantry,
who have been on trial in the district
court here for several days charged
witu assault wau Intent to comml/0m11
murder, wore acquitted. Glover and
Nicnols were ilu-tied in c,)imnection
with tne riot on tile nigut of a(ct *'.
last, wnen a party of the unoro soldiers
left the reservation aud tired many
shots into aind over toe city. Cipriano
Nunco, a citizen, Lb2iug wo uded during
tue sano:ing.
Primsma s lli) ri* It l-'iorllhn.
PALM BRA 'i, Fiia. Feb 17 -Madame
Eimima Caive, the famous operatic prima
dountia, whose horn, is a beautiful cha-
teau near Paris. n1 a gue-: at tio Royal
foilnctalia arid wi.l revliait ua;ii uieXt
week. wt.en bhe wil, b -oinope. ed to re-
turn n ,rta to ti.1 ier etiga,-.lients.
Maoaiaia- (CL a.T : c eII(li s'sp .t' 1-cg:i l.,n,
lut -a, is accimnp.th.e i ty ier mn:aid.
vno a.,:. aS lIter: :e 'er.


Nl i -a S fil -.& % I -ra-if.
r L<'', -. F. : -- M "-. .'&aa Cam-
mr, w:fe oif a t .niary vworiman and
ni-'ber of five chi. 'ir-.:, to.lay iioared
oil over h r c.otz:'.n an i di.rterateiy
ignit"d it in th-e presence ,,: her drunken
husband and wil rr ,baby die of her
injuries. She took tint meth *d in order
to be revenged on her husband, whose
oringing she objected to.
WHILE. TiHE; N .SHIN-FS
Pl't h your roof. .Inip-r. (Cypree?
:Mn' Pini sL!.igle, at ti.. IB I;. Pitt
Mill Co ', lf-lw

I',, -. 11 ,1 irr .r forur .,rn'r f. hP


The Equitable


ASSURANCE


SOCIETY


Of the United States,

FOR THE YE7TR ENDING DECE7M BER 31, 1899.


ASSETS.


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-1siIi


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.27 IM7I 74

69J1 tS9ST

00l5, 2 1(;-If;K)


We hereby certify that, after a personal exatnina-
tion of thle securities and accounts described in the
foregoinm statement for the year ib~i., we lind the
-aime to bh triu- and correct as stated. The -tock-, and
bond. in tlih above statteminits are valued at then mar-
ket pric- l)Dece mber ;i3, ih!.
Francki.! W. Jackson. Auditior
Alfred W. Maine, 2nd Audito;.


LIABILITIES.


A- i;-t ;!i(ce "I'n;:( If ir R. -rv on all e x-
isting policies I)"y S.ef'-.s" valuatioll
*,('>mput.atioi by N. Y. ii-tirance lD)-
partmenut 21(i.225..'7. Slpe'rin-
:tiiier i t .4 certiali,. a:. ................... .. 'iu,. 7-, i)
A ll oith -r Liabilities.................... . .t ,Ki.:;t

Total Liabilities............21 ),073&D() 03

Surp)lU .........................S (117.477.77


. .J : . . . . . . . . . .
le-al F'.-;trt,. iz tltidii t !Y E luEtIrtil)ul
Huildini- and purch'iii-t- under lori -
cli -ire of. io rt s . . . ..... . . .
liitta ( Stat,.,. Sut;te. (ity and Railrial.
Bonds. ad d other itiv-ottiienmt'. a- i ),r
iti;rK 't ,i>t ttitati -ni D c(. : ). IS mlllar-
ket vali>,- over co.t, $13,7417.21:l.45 ....
Lo:an- 'icureail by lhainds and Stocks
itln rket value D'1.. :'a. Is9",, 21.ll41 .-
. . . . . . . . . . . . . . ...
Policy Loam i ............................
Real Etatee outside thie State of New
York, including pl)urcha-e- under fore-
cliosure and olfics- building-...........
Cash inl Banks and Trust Couipaniet- at
interest ................................
Blialances due from acrsit, ...............
Interest and Rents due li1T.774.22, aid
accrued :($494,121 6'5)................. .
Premiums due andi in iproces of collec-
tio n ....................................
Deferred Premiums.....................


INCOME.
Pre.nium Ri .ceipti..t................... $ ;2. I t I '.
('a sh rie-i'ived tor init-r.-t atin frit' in
other stiurce.; ................ ...... . 1 1 1. '. '

Incoin C .......................... S 5 ..*

DISBURSEMENTS.
I- ath ('laim .................... ........ 1.; .',
Matured ;,nd l)iscDk united End owillent- 1.4';#.1;.e'.91
Matured Defterred Dividend Poli'is. *. ;>- 3{1A.X
A annuities ............................. ->-;.;t-N -
Surrender Values....................... 2. .-'-.'.:1 442
dividends paid to Policyholders........ .:; c, .sa (

Paid Policyholders.........- 5 24.107,541 44.
,Commissions, advertising. po-tage and
exchange ....... ...................- -..- -.. 4 :12,%43.
All other payments; Taxes, salari. s,
medical examinations, general ex-
penses, &Ac ............................. .' r*_'o o p
Sinking Fund. Reduction of Hook val-
lues of Bonds purchased at a premium 1 :112.4-k) 00

Disbursements.............$ 34,,882.()25.C0


ASSURANCE.
Instal-r,-nt Policies Stated at the.r Coimnmut -< Val.ii..
Outstanding assurance $1,054.41(.422 o0


Assurance Applied for
S in 8( ...................
Examined and De-
clin cd (1 .....................


2 7,356,()Ioco


34,05 778.00


New Assurance IssuCd S 2i 20)00

t i 4 --( iti, t o I lkl-'lt ?14wI .IIIi s i, v ) i aI1t iv tlui I orV-iIt A .,t 4l ra- ta,'av
aandut i.-iv aillitj% atkt'inr% faior the vi-ar I:a.u lara *a19-rt ifv that W'*
have II pi'r.otu. cars-fti livvxau sisim Iih..l ii' aia i4t.at- nAul tii'uftaII
d,-~lv rthat .1twiaf-,re-izoinlg -titatvioet tirtai-uof i-4 t r ui an4dcorre-t-
F. i$oIw iflot ~ t IaahcTu. i n-- uai Itan It t e
T S ) iI. F I r. ~i. -tt.9 .. -u:rd on f
u.'I a.ati-w.. !,I. Ai.-iaid, r. J iiretoatur-.


I u. t'.-iu''uu Slit,- t i-t ,- i z ifi r t 1 Illl it ,-.ui m-ul tII,' I III..fltitt?.. III -I'uIIInlput'Ing ~. I "%.. I -titIa v:i (- n.a' u- t Ml 1-- ~ ir
I f M Ilti iiju t 4h ,l I -tu I, i -- .i ati i-, l-S aii utm:4im-L i ti~t-a l:iua~v ~ Iauuv ut t. It* :--irauI* it-It I- I ,It r t uv i%*m.- 4I,.izIt
-iflll I Ifuai ti t I g t11l t- I t3i.'111u?: li lu'1ii!)-').~ I l I to-flIIIOI.- i rl~ld WIII' I I!-l I )III V i- mtw I l.-r- i it-:z it 'I I fi u ,
Surp] if, A -, nfltta I-Itw i ila, all 11 1 1.--.a'111 -li It..

I atu. KIt!.!r, I it.- w i III: fit : [:I- r c, firt Il'),, I -I ',a I'I.fit
It-i-ter,-1 11"t l,!?. -;I '/1-u Ill aW-- J"a' IOh tIpI?.,.~- i tt1)4l~Ii t -i iutla. I '-i it Ii t t-- J I if tLiii- 1), 111 at1. -w1'1,uarr
li- A i. l.:if p o tkim i-a L f'p! I'a I- %%i I -I o,.;-I pi 1 ii i. l~t~ I 'i t.-.. uacl'i14:t-i114ug I its. io .ia amr aif I f I a:I Ii- r-p.( :i f..,I iat.. -Luau'I .-Ilve


-T X F -1 ti. K. I N F. A Na,: I if v Nr,*A 1. i


DIRECTORS.


.an,-W \V. Alexander.
Ini, s Fitzgerald.
Cha, taltIeVO M. DepIw.
\Win. A. Whoelock,
NMarcellus Hartley,
A. J. Ca%.a-tt,
('orneliuis N. Bli-a.
Henry (1. Martmuand.
(ieo. H. Squire.
'TlhoQ. D. Jordan,
('. B. Alexander.
('iCharle. SS. Smith.
TiUio,1" S. Yuuniz,


.Jtmlleu H. Hyd'-.
T. Jetlerson Co,(lidge.
Jaicob H. Schiftl.
Win. A. Tower.
John Jacob A-tsor.
(lage E. Tarbell.
(le- rga- J. u(iillla.
A. Vatll Siantvoirdl.
Edward W. Lambert.
('e44. T. Wilsnti,
Sir WV. ('. Van Horne.
H. NM. Alexandler.
T. DeWitt Cuiylor.


John A. St,-w:, t.
Robt. T. Uincolu,
D. (. MIill-.
H. ('. Haartick,
John Sloani.
WVIn. Alexander,
Marvin Hu-hitt,
I}. J. Fairchild,
M. :. Inr alls.
Davit H. Moffat,
1Braytioin Iv,--,
C('. L-dvyar(l Blair,
A. Vain B-rgein.


Levi P. Mortim.
A iiu ,t hio-lin rnt.
T'llima-! T. IEkert.
Jatm-- 11. Diiuih.ain,
Siduy 1). Ripll-y.
John J. M1c'tok.
Johlin E. Searlep.
Samuel .11. Inmain,
(;te W (',arl-ton.
E. Bo)udilnot (',it,
Jo -ph T. Low,
Alatiison i' rask.
J. F. )DeNavarro.


OFFICERS.
J;tames W. Alexande-r, P'' .-, t.
Jaimel H H yde,. I' -II',' .,/* n (iag- 'Tarb-1ll .S '.... \, .' <- 'r' '.
(-o. rge T. W ilson, I i- '-" 'i-' ,* T o'i intas D. Jordan. a ', .. /,f, ,-.-
WVilliam Alexander, A.-, '*'/. Sidne-y D. Itipley. I',t ,,r r.
W illiam II. Mclintvyr. A.-..i.,ian ./Jamest H. Lorin-. R, 'imr ,ir.
Edward W. Lambi-rt, M. I.. Edward Curti-, M. 1), M,1.' ,/, bira t',r.


KN(OWLES BRO()S., GENERAL AGENTS,


Pensacola, Florida.


WRITE FOR ILLUSTRATIONS.


I.MI'iOtTAT No)I-ICE
f:v- ry lu-'el. b'> mridli,' lIu ,. ;tidl
p:'i ,att. ttll; ly it: P ',n : ', ;t 1- Io -
ilUe-te lt to Ilit I t I 'W( ll'lllrln d-itilr- t;*-
gre.it IItllil>t-or i; v-i.itior- wh ill
comre t)o P}.n-.(, l, fir th--1 MN rli
(i ia- : ,-tiviti -. Nitify v Fo--
tclieiti i r ; itt tl- .r-;on ;.-. tira' at
smilce t "W imt;iIi V i-a ( c ii tc.--itt;iu-
J.l" ;at;dl r.it, p.-r I:iy. !a .-.L


LINDENSSTI TIIl SAYS


tt,ink v,,: wa';it (ti buy ;t ityt!:hin- or
t.iat. Y U t I I'I ,' hIe wr-,'r, ---w liiv
l.:ave --,)lht tt iirvain yo Vanit -xtr, ii-Ily.
At tiny rate. w*e alwa;- hav-. --l!:,i.-
til.l :,-w am: t ioit-;*--ti:iz" ,'v.
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bi)Ucit a baittl" u1f (harlllt-nrlti1.-
Couizii H-noedy andti b.t-ri--u!:w t- EsiihFurniture Co.
iirnn-atiata- impruaveii-ri-t. tald :1.-.r TL -.Esrii
I hid us~ed threp at~--in--v- ut r-Jutiacaiz- 1 r'
weree re-tdored toi t hi-r hi- It y -Tat- Iy.le s aaf'rn,
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FhfLITIES FRICK'S ALLEGATIONS
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2 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1900.


EMPLOY.VM.NT OFt ICK.
Ring up 382 or call at the office.
11 North Palafox street, when in
need ofa carpenter. B. I). Hoffman.
Basine~ Agent of the Carlpenter*-
and Joirers' Union. will tur-sI' yuu
with the desired help on -lort n -
ice. ni25t f


RASN




RANGE;


All Con
Ready f
for...


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To those new c(
just setting up 1
keeping these R
are just the thing


Exar


Call and


them or drop us a
and we will call o:


PENSAOLA 1 i(

No. 3 S. Palafox S


SOUTHERN

Boiler Ufo


Bteamboat and Sawmill
Work a Specialty.

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THE HUNE VADM1lY rfF USO'C,

MISS EU'EL:N..- '. \i P:-
miss IDA~j:~j.


Best PtetFlourl.

P~a fc Wisf /' -.'


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sale 1)itic~ i*'KC(;-,'caus('-
coer!I Co.

Phone JP6. Iropri'',


CHICHES'rcP S EiC.0.. 4
sYRf .. L PiLL-


KIMBERLEY RELIEF

MARKS AN EPOCH

French Gallantly Marches on
the Beleaguered City.

A WONDERFUL CAMPAIGN
Core on the Run-Lord Robert% the
Hero of Great Britain G(eneral
Kelly.-K.nuy's Brigade Capturing
Ammninultlon.


.LONo o, Feb. 17. With Genera
Cronje in full retreat and General Kel
ley-Kenny harrassing his rear, hope
run high that a decisive action will oc
cur, if it has not already been fought
The dispatches from Jacobsdal confirm
this belief, saying General Cronje has
been obliged to "outspan," in other
words form a laager or camp in order
to reot his oxen. He explains Genera]
Kelley-Kenny's latest dispatch referred
to *shelling the laager, which alsc
brought long expected word of General
Kirtchener's whereabouts. Thu.t the
general who so relentlessly pursued the
Khalifa to his doom is supervising the
pursuit of General Cronje adds greatly
to the confidence of the nation now so
eagerly awaiting further news.
If General Tacker with the Seventh
division is able to effect the projected
junction with the forces of General
Keily-Keany, while the Ninth division.
nected under General Colvillo, is rapidly coui-
ing up from the rear, the hero of Khar.
,r Use toum should have a sufficient force to
or Use decisively engage General Cronje and
prevent him from reaching Lloemfon.
rein with an effective force.
Over the whole Modder river district
there is such tremendous military ac-
tivity that it is hard to realize the area
.....- covered or grasp the fail meaning ow
the movements.
gerefontein. are active elsewhere. A
speciall dispatch from Orange river says
they are attempting to cut the British
line of communications at Gras Pan,
but it is expected they Lre not iikely tc
effect a serious result. They are, h(w-
ever. undoubtedly making a strenuous
.- ..- effort to cut the rtr'sh lines to DeAur.
Oa the otLer hand, comes the news
that General MacDonald hai agaun oe-
capied Kood esbert.
Wm hat precautions Lord Roberts has
omxers a dop ted against counter attacks are not
yet known, but the war office and pub.
house- lie are thoroughly convinced that he ;s
fully able to cope with ail continen-
anges c:es and that, if it is within hu:nan poe.
sibility, he will infl.,: tue defeat on
. General Crocje that is s,) much more
im ortant than the relief of Kimberley,
bril.uan; a Wias th, Ttter achievement.
No'bles G tui.ai to ite Fioat.
m i ne T st anit ocf the special corps of
1 y y.called the e o
bridge's Own, le!. L,)ndca th;A6,o 9
L card to embark at Southampton for onuth
n y Afru1"c. l? force :- ccuposed entirely
n yOU. of men o,' g:cd social position. Lord
Abinger veari c rp',.ral's stripes, while
Lord Ailesbcrr'skofnIi troocpr. Each
-..; htd toT- '*:- for the privilege
0o jic:r. the zmoner going to purchase
II t;e r cu-t:!s. whlis tuc:r piy is donated
to the fund ior tine relief f the widows
I I g a- i ;ch:!':r-u of the killed s.:iiers. Im-
ton-e't .I. ,;A A,Vrated the ientlemien
ruh"-'*" as ther wer-e ernedt. on their
ay :..' st-.:oi a:ndi he t-.uu starte.i
d'i.n ..: ite:n.i: ~u L.e s tnes ef ,.ntunaUi-
7OLD -i'?Le f:: .; ('n:- T, wn arnounce
S::.t en: .u' t n ..* :: n.(r:tt.nous :ol-
S Av i' i at- ; oi nn .;:tnent of the reiif
': i :: r. l .-r ( \ rnin-mn i',i uq was
~:e 'd i .u.-1 to crov.ius aud the
street. n: -nuc.-: 'ir rind gover-
r ,: >'a t (:I "r A-!'ir 1 M .ner,
r. '. :i: .t ; 1
r i., :-, .r.i.t d ,ronn th (e city,
,-.-. : c.: "; L:.s. t,- Il.- in.,z and
o t..-. 7:0'\ .r ylupn; lent c to
l jtyI i" i .:'. .', : .i. r-- incheses of
: .' .. : ,--4: t,, i n. ;: S %-n- pathy
i!,, i tS, . ," ~,.:::- -, -v Wa.is stm :-
'..;o .' tI ; !:'! : : t u-n o f C a p e


'STik;:,LZO,'J -*4 SAVANNAH.
I' Iuu I in-1 tr~io i. :-itt.r w ant art
Ii Crt. .' li i
7_ .'u.rannah-
T. :i .: ii rq aro on a strike.
.ie'-v ii!u o'c-.-~ 1)-nour iiiar v-ery
U- 1.1- :n 1 I'V. W t-1 net- wan!
!i : e,.*. 1 -c,:-' -ut. z-a c riaz's tork.-
!k c ~t! l~ i
:.-::~-.- ' -rs acser*thtat the
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,,3-.r c t :,,I :u. i r-ni- in '-iea

a-- i~~:. to cttqr at'~nd-. and
V:..l'--t ~' r~e if ttuev %vero
e--- vIt Ot T rarr:voa. 'lucy
a- n -i.:,-.i; -o.- w~t~i tia
7 ; 1 :ur,:: yr .i-t: a xumaybe


CASTOR IA
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought



Li: uli ""0 )YOVPI'-Fl-FI-and

;i tift i-n. to vL -X '. av.-- hill"
to' -r fr : a- f.r


I N N It 1


A HUSBAND


SAYS:
lefcre my
wife bt(-,n using
Mother's Friend
she colsId hard'I t
tet anr aund. I dT
(,t thit 11i she
c ould

without
it now. She has
used it for two
months ant] it is
a great help to '
her. ,She does
h e r housework
without trouble."

Mother's Friend
is an external liniment for expectant
mothers to use. It gives them
strength to attend to their household
duties almost to the hour (of confine-
ment. It is the one and inlyv prepara-
tion that overcomes morning sickness
and nervousness. It is the only
remedy that relaxes and relieves the
strain. It is the onvy remedy that
makes labor short and delivery easy.
It is the only remedy that puts the
breasts in condition so that swelling
or rising is impossible. Don't take
medicines internally. They endanger
the lives of both mother and child.
Mother's Friend 13 so!d b) druggists for $1.

The Bradfiell Regulator Co., Atlanta, Ga.


Junt lilupplose.


Liit,, 1, l VP:i 111 ig- I I, I h'. 1 m t a
buill irs-uia-l .t4 a Nvolf. -1vps

"I nw- .r u-:( d any111-t IaiasIl',"'(I1 s
One Mliniute (iu.'n(I il . Vie are
nlvver without it 1." Q uickly lbreAk-
uip r'oizh- and ('old-.. (Cu: jil,


she~ tiard. S. Kahl,
l/l I) 'ANN1) G UI L F iN1N1)
-% II, %. Fla.. F', i J i
A lui ti iif I hi-,tiI I.-
wi~llhi I eld ., t!!. 4Weifhe.. Ith. e- i:

?"Ill lid I*' i-i-.


110d a M11arble Heart.
Ilartforl has prod(ucedl a Caseof a
wran with an rar~ie hten t. I Ie %w-:i-
Ai:I.A1lNs N ilsot Lev in. a S wevdish ta Ior.
,1.9~top-y ,h'wvil:h ziiri(Ies Innd the
It, ft vcI Ii I C- e t io iJI-((I "-*lI II I a I I vI to tu
-Z!.ru I!tS. tilt' S:-I;(' S I.iii tha.t
a n :: .1th to f (a r r o ,IIIi nju il thi ek
.111-1 hy 4)11 i I: t i Li 4'a Jlhect. of

lIII- of tIl eII(-I swi']"! .
'1'.it case is the W-4>1of !he k;',a e ver
kt~~vn LIv in's 1e1 t i w16~ieli
hea tt.- New Ye~rk .iou;rri;-.
The (Germnn IWay.
Thle 1.iiid~lot chroiclje -nyv.t iha t.
Wli l' olCoI41 Rnldon~il- 1jo1i-ejIs 1loook on
scoutlu;:Las to lji~elpuchsed lby l-ng-
lisli solideiss-it it.-; pubisheIId llicv.
WithinitR week of itsfappearanlhce it
was translated. pnibl iisileila nd i li-
trilinedl vitliout c*ost to every soldier
In the German army.
"I had bronchitisi every winter for
years and no medicine gave ifle per-
mnearnt relief till I began t o t'akhe
One Mfinute Cough Curo. I knIow it
is the best cough Iinediville liadlp.-
says J.- Koontz, Corry, Va. It tjuiek-
ly cures coughs, coles. croup, astih-
nia. gripped anid thront anid lng
troubles. It Is thle clii dri-:r 's favor-
it- rtiiiedy. ('nre" quimckly. I-io--
uri-.' Pharmiacy, John iiShf-ppard,.
K ah1ni.

Do You Want

To Be Pre tty?


RUTE$TIO$, huIDIES I


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

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

PARKER DRUG CO.
For Sale Only by

ff4iqs', p4qf#4Y,
215 South Palafox St.


Indigestion!

We c ('ttllen.gce the i'or/,l
to prod(huce a rCiCemed/ cftual
(o th( e .(fafJtffu eS .'li/eraJ, l
It a/r' for the ('cul of In-


(114'CStiOnl,


J) epsia. n(17(


cl Troubles and Skin 1)is-
C(scs. (Guat(rantcerd 9 ('t(Pr


or monLC/ refunded.


Acme Beer.
THE ill T B- FER -o.!L IN
DIn.\SA<'(IA.
D.:nnlioisser Bros.,


AGENTS.


The Jug Trade
Is Our Specialty.- -
]':"l :-i : I ::v. ry : :.d : ,: ; .

Dn ni heiss0 'rws


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PENISACOLA

Art Ni~edk1Voik R~oos
T-Lnbr,-i-Ierv fmitervitl )f tallIki i
inIcludidznn tStampn'ed IDPiI C(eutler-.
sci-f~.z. -of: Ut l l:.Etc.
Battenburg and Point bace Patterns


-%t%,I) itAIlS.
-F IC DR1. I IV -


Citizens National Ban
OF PENSACOLA.


r. E.


JOHN F. P.FIFFE.P.

R. M. '~


0 1R 5 .T 0R 9:
T. E. W ELL1 E!-Z'. WM. FISHER.
Of F. F. ~-svmiedr.4&-(Co.
K. J. x", H' f '1 l fI zE- JO)H VF. JlF[ I FFF.R,


A Gs,~eral Bankipw


Business


RIX 31. !1.0


Trans~,-


PABST

BOTTLE BEER




HEALTHFUL
AND

REFRESHING






TRY
A CASE a
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SOLE AGENT.
Al-, Sole Controller fe.

SILK VELV] ET.
The very 'pevrfetion .*-:
W hi-ki.,. (di-till'd ii:i
by ,.. (. i-tABi. lI.i t t. 1
vill#, Ky.

ines, LiqLuors, Briii-

Gits, Girsa,.adTeac'

Jug and Keg Trad?
Specialty.

S. A. FI'IED'AN.
::;1 S()'Tl PAL.AFOi X .-'
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onily '; ('CI~f.'-(1, (d(11//to uw' if.
On-e (1011(/' b&t~i/lc las! I won-
ly daysx.
Foir sale by (all (1/.,, 6ists..
(a1so 11'. T. Gi-cjri &( 0.
.J'a ia/fox 8/ reef.

T IV. IILKINSON1

Greenvr-ille. Ala.





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Grist and Corn aIgl,
M. F. CON ZMEZ & Co., Prop S,

CHlOICE, ;ME-AL .AND P1 itt: -GtOuNI)
STO(IA EI


and 1-' vi :n t~ta; n at- firecI 'ttn.-
iifi me-iri t!;..- ho~or.-. an U fac't u rer you
alfltrlbut.. to lB. (it-.-of I"Ot.You (1UP
I t E)to h t- -or. i to u n, t v *aWf Inw icnyo-u ilve and
wh'cb contr.,butc.-%ito your support.


The^ 1/


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ALL WORK C. 0. D.
I'-SPRO I4_. y*S E-. OEGAP_'-' -
CyODS (;:A -LED FOR AND DELIVERED FRO- "'
WAATJKEI INGRAHAM. Mna :

ESTABLISHED 1 S63.

McKENZIE OERTING & CO.
09 CEALKRS IN 0

Ship Chandlery and General Hardware,
eos AND 005 PALAl'OX STREET.


for Infants and Children.
The Kind You IHave .Avay.; Bought has.; borne the .::.
lure of Chas. II. VIlcchelr, and has been niad1 un1d. :- !.:
personal supcrviuio)n for over 43 years. Allow no ,,)..
to deceive ye, in this. Counterfeits, Imitations .:;
*'Just-as-good are but Experiments, and endanger :,
health of Children-Experience against Exp riment.

The Kind You Have Always Bought
A.o Bears the Signature of


In Use For Over 30 Years.
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V'e-':"elodnts tHanded on FavoraMe Tr Ter ",
C gge 3ouSgt and Sol. Coflctict'
Pr:.ptly Attended To.

ACCOUNTS SOLICITED.


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S... REVERE COPPER COMPANY. JOHN A. ROEBLIN'S-',
: "GA:.VANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RUSEL & SON'S PUN,.-


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1900. 3


Weak



Lungs
When your throat and lungs
are perfectly healthy you
Needn't worry about the
Sgerms of consumption. They
I don't attack healthy people.
I It's the weak, debilitated, in- $
) flamed membranes that are
first affected. Hard coughs
and colds weaken your throat
'and lungs and make con-
sumption more easy. 9
If your lungs are weak

scels Islon
is the best rcmcdy you can take. I 4
soothes and hcals ard gives (on.: (
and st-ength to these deicAte r.- /P
brands. In this way you can pr'.c' /.
co sumption. And you can
also if you haven't had it too i.-
Ktp taking it 'jn.l. ycur lunk ';
str

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It'ae-jelors. Ienq' se Note!


HEALTHY OLD AGE.

LiARCU, BENTON Co. rA-..4.~
wnIT 49 ya irs oteall have be, uii f-.it':-
Cihange of Life I ha-l i..dz:-, e j.-: ;A. ,' i
none thought 1I could live M.V ';.-l ..i".,i
Win.- of ('Areui an(! it ar, (I Wy ife'. I "In:'i .e
Wiorbcr person sincctakiagit.
MRS E B. TOWN..:-M.


.WifCard"1


It iS thle Jvlc wish of neariv ail pe-1e tip live V) a ri:'e old a-e.
None of us %ant to di? y enl. i!:s uni~rijsd J irecac~n be' renh.-ed if
care ',e taken -citthe health in early .ir.i nmi.liie liue, A 1:iike reciut.iti-nthen
%% il aJJjid fluy ears to our e.,i'teulce. Leith cin he ke!'t aa av a I .ng
tiniz. Happy. healthy old aL.e v, d!be the 1,tIttilet %v, ilnin %% ho pr '-tiv
c errects the ailments whicii ailia other sex. Ill .e-utit~iV m,- ,f CaraiuiX IIIi
t_.ie thre teinaic chili satl~v (,% r lthe .it% J'2.ZiL CL%! t e-n i*.rlh .. I- I an
w -'.,inh, mJc. As a wite s~h, iauxts it to licK:, ir-r t'lr Ii ,h;! trm's.)
pr,_ nanzy .andci cll rth v'.:thl as !attc tt c in? rt .s A l2..t thle
C:Anl' (f Liie it illhcphcr UV'r t1:2 d.u4Acr-US :i ce :ta"jin
I,.,- Ipitlway I'Ctvx\ en40 viii_;t). Thcri v,..c !me i;1u2. %cars of truly
-1existence. ,!,e i% ill icr. cw (,'A uu..'. UT,)Ih 2 hA.t
S!'. ill preserve th.tt charm a.ul 1%,,;:0- ci ric:' I ic

jLADI[S' ADV!.:CRT UPARTFAIT I I rv ,eV
,":I t fj v444..Fe 4.-.I* hv.

LARGE BOTTLES OF WINE OF CAROMI
SOLD FOR $1.00 BY DRUCCISTS.



THE, OICY13W &L


ST. LIUIB


A. B. C.


BEER.


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Till-, OYrSTFU lSEASON~.
JIii.'40 ter in h1i iehod (,f '41)Zv.

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Thala .ei4e'f us 11-1:1y uIbe. i"Ili- n'
A Id So ethel will fiet tloe-.iepWas
I;'!- h-lW~1i t hi" flnfI-mtand fattc-.t.
[ I-. -lajc J.;z .e-f ot cht Y Nich
Sfc(tr s;*ie. (imo i' cr r~iw, re':ialv
c :u'vwat h i.-A rf ti t i *%int. 'It', p C i cmi

oer v:il es4(. Owdlie..rtee the. i1e.i 4e'.
!); I' n,:-'-- the Tfcrvilh-4errvc2Ili.r !iif'Lah-
hut pecial order-; will I)- '-d at
1w neur (if the day* or niz!~. t.


LODGE DIiDEGTWHY

- . ~ ee~iI~ '1. N~IG H TS F PY THI I S.
11c finarcoPIo)(~! 4 c :. ~cC'.f





4 i h m n h Iin-. c i ' e',i." C ,-i
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M scHm-w. L o-il


V. J. VIDAh, Sole Wholesaler.

1 130 IL183Ill BRINDIES W11ES, IMPORTED ID DO01T8110
Panl Jonus anl Echo Sprins Colebratel Whislies.
TRY I BOTTLE OF CEllRY TONIC.
/[". -n P *HONE 154. 1:. 0. BOX 5s7.
JUG & FAMILY TRADE SOLICITED
.; "Free Delivery to Any Part of the -City.
_~ All orders left at The Otflce. Vidal & iirulth, will to care-full)
Stteadoed to.


E. s r'.SElsT,
o--'PROPP.l TOR OF'-o

CRONIeS SALOON
o-DEALEK IN--o

IMported and Domestic 'ies, Liqurs and Cigars.
JUG TRADE: A SPECIALTY.
(Cn"" Pl, mont and Dr vil;,-ra t- PKEN A(COT,A FLA


H. H. WICKE.-


Plumber, Gas and Steam Fitter,

No. 6 South Palafox Street.
Ali KinjUd Plumbing ad G.Ga Fittings fKterial. p Kept "n Hand


DUNN'S


HOTEL


DON EUROPEAN PLAN.


Three Regular
Meals racli Day

25c Eacli.


. I


Restaurant Attached, Open Day and Night.
OYST BS, FISH AND GAME OF ALL KINDS IN SEA.ON.


Special Orders at Any Hour.
RA.\TES:-Fromn $1.00 to $1.5 per D)ay. LODGING:
.,: aml 51. S. South Palanx Street. Pei..e,,ola. 1orida / 25 and 50c


TIME TABLE.

LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD.
IN l.'I.i Cr IA N'I :Y 7. l.- .


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BETWrEN PENSACOLA AND JACKSONVILLE.


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E?.estau.rant,

305 N. TARRAGONA STREET.
'yi'l' .- TE!- I''N P <,fT.


(Deals at All Hours.


Open Day and Night.


I. UENHatI'


Great



Bargain


Shoe


Sale -


I thildrens Department.
Haznd-..ewed French Kid Infant.z
Button. .2 5,
worth 75c, . now 50c.
SH.atnd--e wvd Frei'rch Kid Infants'
liitton.
Worth $1.00, now 76c.
Hand-sewed Kid Spring Heel Button
worth 75c, . now 50c.
1Hand-sewed Kid Spring Heel But-
ton..^-11.
" worth $1.60, now $1.00.
Hland-sewed Kid Spring Heel Lace,
worth $1.50, now $1.00.


Men's Department.
Genuine Dong. Button and Lace
Shoes, 12-2,
worth $1.60, now $1.00.
Genuine Vici Kid Button and Lace
Stioes, 12-2,
worth $2.00, now $160.


Ladies' Department.
Kid Spring Heel Buttcon and lAce
Shoes, ;A-s,
$1.00, $1.25, $1 50, $1.75 ail $2.60.
Ttic-y are worth .e5w, more
Kid Heel Ritton anid Ja<-P. ah0
Cloth Top in llack and Tan.
from $1.00 . to $3.50.


A Special Bargain!
A lot of Fini Ladies' Shoe-. ('in-
cinniti iake., regular pi ire Vi."
and $1 I, a pair. now only $1.6'.
\V-e only halve them ilf24 and p.
and (4 and I) width-, that is why
We -Iell themI ISo chieif p.
In Ou. Men's Department
VWe beat any store in town; will
tid ,rs-Iel ;:tny rwi ,- a dti i z '.i'v tho-
nlo-t cooinfort lcl1" (it ,and general
A-jti-fitc oioll.
OUR $3.00
;HanLl--,we-(d Vi'i KI'id. S.he, ar.'
u(|i1i:il too ;iiy v$1.% 0 s. how in town.
Kindly ,oliv'itin: .yomr p:ptronage.
I remain your.' to plea-e.
::-j> I. Gugenheim.


CHAS. COTTRELL,
Artistic Photographer,
1:(OJM .x FI"ISf Et BI'l11.IIN(.
2* Ol)TrH PAIAV'OX STRICT.
iatifanction (iuarai.tte-dl i F .-ry Par.
t:"ulnar.


THE CRUCIFIXION
OF PHILIP STRONG


BY REV. CHAS. M. MHELDON
For mal at C. V. THOM 1'r .N',".
:w Mouth Palafox.


BARGAINS


-IN-


Real


Esta te.


$1 00 (f t he 2-~It.%ItcI II'4..., 1I,tf I.- seielii~gPc 'e;et- 7 sII noic
$200011A cIlCVI :.-r,.mct'c c-R1 c
will buY ii l iivser cW, i w-csk +
$ 0 0 nist s,,p -%-ri-s'e. c,. i 111dJ4"
'Iljiqepro -tt' *I. ;n (x t .% l
IIc i. IV t'. 6e- k. Olii PSI 'p
$4000 j1clcC4lI i-Iiefc 14

$I. k's I %c. ccci cc l,:I % --I Ii k I;. -IU1I#"
.Il i.(T*.cf ~I' s ..ntr-'I
1ec. 4*. eft. *..'uein fu
I V-i,~e n t-- .is3e

$ 6000tirw-, :l o .i f : fo'; oi I

I I a r )i i at I bI.I d ; a t c: erIii, .t- .J..c ioa
f c ii! b kftee ciI srZesf ~ .-."'Aen)co
$ 8000 1, c 1-,rc-.9 e. t)be.'. t -alka-
1: I cv Acc c.r-.';ircmrc With
$9000 C ~ e"4 elito ic fair cc ci I ll'IciKSt.
I !La;iint r' #I-rC r tr ick fAr finth *and
cI' p' --,Cs 1),t- i-I .-' fout*Isdo
1C (It) illorks..
90 A cI Ih I, o1 Ist t' I'eenf~'1
$1 00 p.art 5 I.,.- cit' (N'A4 ;' fr>


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA. MONDAY. FEBRUARv .19 nn


we% W's- I arg


S-iturday night on South Palafox
8:r~ee.
Eiw. T Grr-orv, Va., George W.
Grimoe.Q, Biluftetn, Md.. and J. H.
Ki-,s,,tz and wife. New York. ar-
rived at the E-;eanibia yesterday.
The 03ird b~irthday eof -Uncle Bud''
Wil iamus was celehbratr'dbyv a taui-:
ily r Cmtlei'm at lij- h110n-'11-1in 1'i, forth-
i:u Liar'.of t~IJ4-county v v( jev
The Goerdoin l"-'tjir will !v*'4i:i
: ''~ptv'a' .~ okri 'ein
anl th "-e who wi h to litar it all
-Lt!i b--atth'-i ~-*z b.4u olime.i


I C.a.s. J,,hncon ind Van Kyser.
two vagrants, were arr,'-t(id rattur-
d :Y uiiiht and Sunday nizht r<-
v-;Petivtly and place' d in the county
. j i .
Mr. atid Mr', A. Stodart have ar-
rived from New York and will
-pl,-d thi" remainde-r of the winter
at their hand-o i e hiiene on Fast
Hill.


i:Iwto, viIitiIng itn111-M. Mi- JJ. J. Gurley if Bagdad ar-
Mi-- (':.r ti.- l; ,hb t-t i- vi-itiii' rived here tli mi orntinrI on the City
' i l- i; Ni for Mobile to witness the Mardi
Mr- N.1nniti Rower- !h:a- r'tuirne-i Jra; carnival.
r:l a '.-,t :t, De'futak ,'rIAg-. District Mcqter \Workmain Arthur
Mi-s Nt.Liie Mallory i- th- g.'ae-t McConnell will leave this evening
..f .11;. c. A. 'in.c-: i : r Areadia,. for Brewton and Georgianna onil
'1! v :.,-!t \Val e., i- (,ut te-d:v. h ju-i"es connected with the labor
S l ;. 11-2.;4 p;.,. tv at tlhe inarit.e interu.-t there.
.,y The 1 hip C('lumbur, came over


N!i-- 1;.'.: (r:i:2:1-1.- te'-d'i~v for


from qj:tja ntinet this turning an'd
while tlhr wvin out ht1r atuictor the
chaiti l]' l,,-t in: the -trvm!i).


I,,.cili'it-N%~at- oi l oiildi lug at 70:111
le H. '. V c F ee'. All dc#-leate-.ar.' imr'ie'ntly
-~~~~~~~~ to~'.-:'- n ~II bt- prYe. an ard .nte


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j~' ,ee 11 e fi= u il~If 'i'rttee he . V I.lVt~
.14'.. 1 .. loe' to. -Ex e~Al(alilIt r'u~iivci:e-
\i:--~e~e I'i -c t ilo-. 4 li'tc' teIi--titte etj' e'.hiLe
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v .' I. i' :e.1 4 1 I t tll. e 'a tiit! c -m 0)1r.z1ehi;i ri
Li" 42'.R!A. w il dte' califuc Il. lt'e(rfctt' N U yC h. i. I-.
-ta-elI ,~i i- St' ~t :i- i lig (ICa llle'it I- e 1. i''. ae i te


POWER OFTHE SPEAKER

He Is the Ccurt of Final Resort
In the House.


'NT, R TH: Il 11:E OF IIENDEIlSON.

i;ore ':'-fd;reedim Proai Than 1liaen
Mr1. Iteedl PlreMiti.d-d-( hinge Ia De-
mi':nor-Hlle Im No Longer "iDave."
A Que'Nticon of Nocial Preccedence.


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kOCh tNEWS POTES


rj ,'- ft4ne 1 a"acphs a5nd vrto'1atp


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De'trai!1t'i1 rWiluttl(Iasny. ,"\ow. rPave.
I 'want 11th is andI ust have it." and the
P:-o(ili)jti("e are'4'that tile sqp+aker
Woctleh ove'rlooli the a'e from officials

A Social (Controversy.
I'iIl')v h Was!ilinrten paper.,
o- 4 iiisi'llraelI., toi say about the
o1t'tli t l e cc -ial I jotei'e'e'Eei'fe as be-
twtt'li t he' r4'sidsntlt)ef tilt' senate and
the sj 'a ker 1efth le' 1 1 Us'.Ion't sup-
lw4v that 4jt her S, .izor tFryI~'e'. the' "-u-
at'Sjes 'e4idenift jro e ltnp. lte.or Sp-a ker
I eliele'isoe II cli I's 1S411 Se ti tiect I he mat -
To x it her' is inneh il i lt.14' o(':al tin+,,
Lilt! li'it lir weculel cvr'. to have iuk ottW
c'd 4e"ia Ml leit lilaflet' lfetiec' to Nilist it
should loI t-. liit w :irt' goodI 1)0521inofl
al] -ouw eca, eor't-tvty lomto o tilt'- presidential
iii all Social fI 111111 iu', Intlit Last only
lwfie'11t, ie lous V lti sciSce'al tiles lezzing

thniivsill tilt'-hlflt te'1. 'What ediffe'r-
ente dehes it miakhe to tile' ioolee(el of the
('111 r vhei11'ther ilsenato r fromn
Maiaie or thle r-re''4se'tkt itativ fromi Iowa

go cliiI.c)eldinn'e'tii'st?'! hie'se art,'ques-
I it lfllle: 1,4 i liaje at' ( di4liio of thet' Social
M-01-1.1 0 to 'iesth. ic ''th.
The pone Great Change.
Mome'tI 'rs o it-f 1le' e 415'tell lietthat
there' k otie gr'e'at ealaiie' ill the Al-e'
of sjeeake' that t is v'ry c'r a al'''Id'to I
thn.'I'llo'v ft.e'il I init vie'n a majority'
jj:1 ii tewi. we I tll':15no I i'ltr gart, e'p
iic~-'~'ther ~v1I:1'.1 hlt l: )Nie tn' [i lt- tlt.ec

Iell hi That heill. FI'i':, 1-:4Lei toi 41fe Ml l

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It 7tljt-i tie. S -4te' Ui Iil pclfeevt eel tie.

%V h, to'-)01 a P Paipta I I %'.

A. 1'crre 1. wnld createl1 a witup;n
-13laltonInl: t l('(1i41,a, GUr t1vis. a
pinia., ~ i~tC~rlt,,r 4 i~ijies west of Dawson,
trust(.' !i114ita:j kr :1 v *r tilt-, affair.
Ii '"'tie" luti 1e rts, thiat 1':-oliesor
J ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ _!t, ~~~~in.ii.U 1M''iae. onle
Leth~l pt::.4. u "'tia ho refused to
it~ea '~ c..~is he -.1stoml at the
)o j. no p''jt i :attti resented the
anti. Iit'i.hgills horse to
w-14 i*uk&tre *t'ar:s9 i toward lbotuC With
tit.. ne1r~,4iIvd~ i of securing his
Sihet...'Jil u'!ti1 wfl.Ci t0 j,Sppwr the pro'
festo~. T: 10ao tAc ::r, Icc-aring of the
YV UU;. 1-1411"4 11' 4 1!-i" ot! (eV 'o! )ak lii iii liv
tt~kng, a L":-ir ri'lte and tji adinistered
anotner nnr~a~uinig witli tileyoung
MAU'idbuggy Whip.

FRtANKF0'OaT. Ky.. Feb. 17.-The D1,m-
ocratic zattorneys, representtn.- Gov-
ornor Ite.-khani. wili hoid a conference
tomorrow tu decide on a proposition to
siutnat to a voratereuce between them
alwi Governor Taylor's attorneys Moll-
day re*1ativ.' to an iizrieminent as to thle
ca~sp, 1,ivoIvilig itL of the issues arising
froyu tl'e.j inJutictiouI out',; grow ig olit
Uf tLi COtN-e'dtS OVcr Intl aSM10 't!e' Cit'ei


Sales


''ru 11'' ~ti~'-e' I~ji ~i.I 1 -.114Iled
i ITO l~'~ I. I. I Nt ce i~t S'1 l114~

1.Iva' rlIi ~ .ev i .11141 ic'' iaioi'e' s'I'..:!l'I.
a4u'll'I all Iet ..e22.'Qt1 ai let'-: c-- .1ui t'
Lei : 11W ,e '.Iu' 1 i 4e.W 1.4, t 1. a:1(u't Ic
ttill. it4T. fcitat, 4.4111"'1'il Iic i~c ai'


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Sonintor Htarm'c' I Atctiiit tc-d.
; u % :1 1'7. F L i l. I, 't:1" t ate S atrr


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I- ARCHITECT*


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To be Al wavys Cool


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"Glove-Fitting"

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I ~ctr T!e I itv ef i 1 o t N7 i a rji-: I l

':1 4 ) 1 i2' t (. 1 %.I., a II 0'1V 1 ,1 I
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jI r w i ee 4 ic Iit r j Iil'. h
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I i ri~i 'h 11.ti fill ,2 u'
1-.i~'~' : ~ 2 ~'2~.I 1 S


V. hiel -lie'


1") ( .1E AC0111)IN 4ONEI'I)AY
1 .'::' I .' ttrcc~te e T a~ h i e't:-t. A; I


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ct(hnrtr2'0,Ift.ta':t:money by false
.2 'I le'c.I ii 's T.;i'i pr ( S a t It~ f
lo" tulle e Z -'zat'.r 1Iarre jl'm s, atlhlmnie t
.botterte'ttbe I )eu Lo.'ra -,i oea U L'U~iVlt
Wh'at r'cn I~i.,tt. .1 'i o !eI:~llhim te
l i e-;,t ..wa'y f roa.,ti,44-''Aucuti, arid Lad


Iaeeecie he4' ii'ii' has


'g~l'':. i Pai ine':e'e ar' 1:i2- rteli

-A ~' : riei~ct.~~rv.o', 11 :.etie


General Contractor,


1 I : .: '. ? ti ; M ,':. I i, .l ( it, ,ttin I'l ;, :ll . t t \V (t 'r
;211l (i.1i I-'ittin..
A Complete Plumbing Department under the
Management of E. B. Morey.
f .\ *i-'ti i :; -. I i; 1 a t,'e s. P l, n l *,,, .'* E i' ;ti.,-,- f,, ;::n lJ
1:,: ,*I .1\ I ; 1-. i -" ',:t,. I ,,. .I S ',o rt N ,t t',.


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TH[ THING


<'. ad.-\v \litn1 '. nol want a )ood]
".ttint. utcs<. Tl '[ c. 'ct dress maker
iin tlihe world cannot satisfy 1vyu if
, oii wear a poor ceoret. Our stock of
Pstandmard! makes is most complete.
N\Vce sell i,\e waist lengths.

\We have iust cpjnecd ,ur stock


); .liummer Ccrsets for Ladie c-and
Misses. and \Vaists for Ladies, Chil-
dren and Misses.


Af<-
"4


FflRIBGOOD 3ENSt.
25 cents ea,.h.
.1-4 vIe''24-.,U it('-z *2t'
MI.-le' 24-. icre" 41,tce6.
,ktr llot'u fi 4;i C-1 1 -;1
Wliac or DrAii. -


-e!1oFOR THE l WEFRW::-

i c'.a- e Standard Percal, s ,1-yard wide,... ................... Inc yard
1 Case M1asonville Domestic 1-yard wide i ......................* C yard
1 Cas, Amo-keag Seersucker (;inghams good style,)I........... lnc yard


oNEW SILKS.K*


-,- &Coid-ed Jap-. Plies.-, Grenadines. Tafetas. etc., in all the New Creations.
' LANCDON& BATCHELLEFR' are ready for inspection.
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". i i s : . '' th- ".e, ",;l' il
th.' er',''i'i f aill hIi ll.:igs to con-
verste' vi t.'h or 'nmen fl:ir up nl mon
the liniu S nnt rafrt.rs. t the Cathi-
drnl of St. John thue Div:ne the c(on-
trantor conlT"rse wirth workmen I.-)
feet away.
Volcanic- Eruptiona
Are grand. but Skin Eruption- riob
life ,f joy. Bucklen's Arnica Salve.
cures them ; al-o Old. Itunning and
Fever Sores. I'leer,. Boils. Felon!,
Corn., Warts. CutQ, Braises. Burn-a.
Scald-. Chapped Hands. Chilblain-,.
Best Pile cure on earth. Drives out


No. 19 S. Palafox St.


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Three Large Stores
Full If F' IR NI'I'I E. I. e tl,-t
line of \ ailnuto 'eed r,eni .Ilt,. ,--r
hown i n; f -ill, a, l,. P'r.tfy. ie-atly-
fini-hed 11#,4 ouk I;-dr',,![ Suit ;,t
all price-. ItR tan il I ( *',i)bl r Seat
Rocks-i-. bi- anid littl-. ia;e and
high. L,- .k at ther- .
I 0. M. i IYOR's
lBarzaiirr J'tlrnihin.ti H,-,ue.


BS the The Kind Yu HIW Ave BA-Sft



Handsome pictures, bric-
a-brac, etc., in endless ar-


S Telephone No 346.


A ut-'i. t viI hr e.b

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Fnilt;urp, at all Prices.

4it :4 it'-: al' v,-ty-. bed-


''1 ~ 14ur uz.i''..f eu


E'le~lant1i /t'd rionz4 wts.y.or
('/1 ap ones, IC/iic/ie~re.1/0yo
want,(f fr.'n4-Fnhs


FOR BEAUTIFUL RUGo
and )ra,;.-ri,- of all kind*.
aJ- well O overy- thiizg in: :t.-
Fuiriiture Iin.. ('.l! at
f ls Escamblia PFrnittre Cimpan-s.


SIUP THAT LIXAh
Wi~t!; Jutnipe-r, 4 vprp--Jc o l' r 5
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PEOPLE'S STORE,








1* ."Sell Cheap, and thereby increase
lR IflUIM the business!" -


Price and Quality.

You must consider them both. The mere c'he,/ne. s (,
things does not make them devirahle. I'nless
the quality is right, cheap doods mn,/ prove
most expensive in the end. )'et the fact that
fiualitiy is right does not .Justifye C.xccsvirec prices.


Wivvi l-p I.;erditld'ee. n ~*'ei-- j vitIhin Ve'iir r"eic'.t T,-.., e*~.'

stroonviL' eloitet'oftill' W e-.kIt- 1 .It 'll '- ill '.- et-t'e' I--- to1 !


-,,"This Week's O~fferings ::
WX~ill li,' p:ittict&Iarly b lltian~itt 4icfTe'rivi'L-. il aeit i i- ei v*f !I
1F:.llk4;iegt !1t -rlit S m Yiu m vt,


~'j~i~essGoods Bargains.,,,.,.(.,..
ir~ WILL C(li P AND) CII' FROM A 4).1R N 'TIlII N\If; i
i ri t h-I. lor'--- (u;,) I Stoortto o-1l2 rrelw. m It 1,1- it l I ,. ,t l ,ni ', u i#imeit
SJj ii iNlFP. -l';PDAAiA jLOT.Sw~ilI toe the I':.- ,f elit. IfI 14' tl., av
Lot No. 1: 19CL~ vMx'l -'cnad.h '
LotNot2- ';"""-("" "'

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Winter Underwear for Men, Women and Children.
rl'llE-, i-44i1 i vvi ,to, : i (IcI. Slit i!I 4ll,_-will le 'htoo lam ice gi f olp ir
Spa e z l ll : -4) jwt, ".) l ;l tll-he' hc ti~iiii'e ee c r l' mv' idt-ir'wf:tr at priiiot
cutt tel h11:1;1'i:111(1 \ha' I j-14 lnditl t'tiatlct. ) t op" A k till 1iiid -ive big

.)----Bedding Bargainsz_012
% I 1,' t illic le I idod it'it wcd~et a ~v' n4,v 0 imi'v artielto,
ill tour !-toirv We. V A.-) Iffier irea.rlilIE'i 4Klt" 4 tl eu -inii tlhe' rcprit--
i', Lilw 1rite. A md Q'in'k ,'Sale'.;




Ohs.H. Turner,


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Our Bargain


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__ _THE DAILY NEWI MPENSACOLA, FLORIOA, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1900. 7


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j BIUE AND BLO I j0

Serges,


Cheviots,


: Clay i

f AND NEAT (e

I Checked :


i Worsteds, [!.

S Blue



Middlesex M


(,. Flannel, (j

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WHEREABOUTS UNKNOWN.
Abscoading Buuki..rp-a's Disa.pp ar-
aiuce a .Myet-ry.
AT: ANTA, Feb. 17, -As yet no trace
Zf Kely Ernin'-ea, ti:e abecundiug
bookke-.,eer of Jami-s 1. IPrince, isoui-t
eru a;'eut of the Mans...:.:u L:fe lan-r-
ance c(inpactl fia S0'1.us to Lt'ive 0cot-'j ii., LI.. tIrS .:s as
Slife':ca,.v ;, li ir:.- oiyd iee;i t. ; (". I i.
A ,LzJ 1' i';ar,!- a, taie ex;>r.; ac-
cr'nn;t:t, (a, con;..ett.ti v.or,; (o tfhl
books )f tWe company, with the resuit
that be has found a shortage amuuunt-
lu.: in the ne:ghbcrnotudi t.t ;. luou.
tIlace Jan. 1 -Mr. Richarison has been
ron-tatily at work on tLie youngK nan's
b *ok<. and the crizntai "baurtage of
S-';". which was aistcvered tue day
aier; Lrirtis:e.d's ac-rarture, has hte.dily
vrowu Iroun day to day a new items
and evioences of wte young man's guilt
were unearthed.
W. W. Collins, special agent rf the
l'idelity and Depoit c tnitivny of Mary.
.autd. in which Keiir llinsfieli was
boudea inI te sun of E5,uO0. who ar-
rived in the ci(y yesterGar for the pur-
po-e ot aujustiug the nuja:ter with the
Manhattan company, retu'wd to discuss
the atortage. bat at is utideritooi that
his company will offer a subitautial re-
ward ftr the young man and that every
etlfort w ill b-i made to apprehend him.
I ti- X %h.&- %.frofl ir .My1trry.
Hiow ]-ilr Erixn-field manaq.ed todii-
tose o: il 11 4, sit1 wtli'ch hti bootL
I:;-i.v tLar lie aLpr.pr(atprai it the nort
iin' n3 < i yi- Iear is a iuyst, ry tinat ouly
a bt.ite:i;eUt -tra-f hLi, it .eims, will
lxo a;ri
-,.v. }',rtn-f"il-,i was one of the best
i::i % ;I (ou:L ulen- in AA .txiia -) far
- u i::i wn u.-* ba.i absi.utcey no bad
;;A !.i : .
-un i.av. De-' a cursq-v examina-
tion ,ct l::4 act'( unt' rev ..oed thie fact
iia(t *- was .,rti.rt wit t :O company
a'x' !r ; ', iace tiht tiav E :-rt i-ch-
a, : ;..t, :;,; ir edd n ti; b o,,i with
.- r'-.. iLt: ie ba lcndi th suort-
a'--'- a: un's to thousauids lustead of
V..:. .. ton-u)i.,-. have 1 een advanced"
1:1 r',,:,.r i to Ihe L:aniner i( inch lv ins-
1i A m .n;.*..d to ,Pl:-, ,set of -u hii a lar,,
.n '. .. i.'ir ~it'.-; ur crea:;u, the
:tiil'"-: S'i-; .0on: (:1 t:.o I art o: .; e:ul-
S ,' i, :.:. "..'.. 1"* 2,atter
nimyv ':, *",, t*x rf':it vy lfteletir:- fea-
tures 1in tiAV or 0-c.
WOMAN CANNOT GIVE COND.


Lmil gt:-hIs'"leiii .ateiFrur %4ii~ett is:g M i,-


I a \ I' e,'~ R.-at amtld -*rifuns.v

tiit t'r :i n Ii i_ tr c f ',iie u p tr h,, ue tr c It
11111t-6 Of Xarru a:i d Ii.1xi -s, AS
LIn j:ti heree. utiialue ti g~v,- I ovid
I ipt. ct iro a.tii 'is ot4a very Penfsa-
t4xa ii t ure. ",entati.r 13radl,,v. in ann-
I; g iiiat Mr-i 8IA Iq was at ~m'r
n f ~", uV-. I1:ito 1gdt tile cranul Jur'yt10
~ i~i 1121 ti _In tIt'IimenI j3Ig 1it L11111t10r un-
it~u c 0 oudi:i )ta touil. iitto a:;ti..ir tie-
1',r)e tie -Lr4.vamis te.-it r.
A. rtv after noon he walked across
fromn Me c' urtiiuouse to tie hcu'ei for
41 :nne~r~ i.i i'-%i he seiteulat tile table
-Y. ,Ai entered ir-itn bautin. drew a
1,i- aan ~i tit.Mir. Iliad~ev in the nuck,
ini'xga .eere fiema wuoud.
Tj~ %otnan tn-n earv,)-iiedthe pitt..I,
drow a uirk;from bh-n tit)owa and at.
teimpi' t L t-Ps;.b h(r:,ei. lur wasipre-
(', -I iii.st-veia. l OiSwno hall
:ns-tu.tlL~e'r. Di, ca.rut jui11ge and
u~~~hIat:oi :lev werte V. iimloses to thu.
Itis fljq intel ~V.'rai tll'- t~rreat-
ene~a to ktiJ Senmr:- Brad *.v to: hiz-r
a; C.51 1rui';Q. .nV.iiiein-'rathier s friends
a..e..0t .it 'mt-r ne1au- s utiy a LlaA'-
Iujahlinzc s4" -tile.
iLa-t"uonir,'u '.wui. -nnator B~rad u",
wa'srau'.hs Icariv.'s-. r hc- wiman
w:-, 't- io -vt- 7-4to it*rs *i I li'i)up.. a_ t t Le
nr;..''n.:i-:i ~cc' eit.

'M -I:i: Y. AXi'..I 'A. -1, me pre
's. 11f) vILItVil te a:.rA*PT1Whi.C,i1 b11
t-L~it a~iex~s'ed to it e t e x'en:
1.-'A teli tlit 1 'A )".111 o".! I:' S 1l1--i I ),nltersk
t',:tti .111.i,:rexe, muno trick ta-n that tne
A, t-aIt i,~P.te Tat.e' 4UIIlV ias
xiii :o-d the I rnin i-coliutittete to
:11CIWmthit (1.1nex.. Mnaiiiy to con-
*i.ra pr' positivii t,, the effect that the
mxet~~m'fr,4or t t1t pr r'- v Aiii ;martcii;)ate
in:h- lDeniocratif tvriniaries and sup),
p;r ri il ut-rininet-9. Irov~d--d the L)jmro.
.i*, '(')rirMlInea Wil 'con()d the I'opa.
t-u~'ai replresewvi tan at the' pri-
!sR V~ i. % tavoralwme for a "'lmit-on.
'I 11A vc-Pith ittet-' hAs -i 'cvq;ed tile ita
!i''rr t)o m1eet w itithe I Pcpohist t.r iit
ti'. an~i tnerp appears to be nu," It(uuit
i-1t m~a- t:;" e4t)ISittoflwAil60,teffsect!ed.
In -4 si ti tle'tlum at 1 t r at pract;,%kii y
a t ine I ''rn 'srrs iiiA. ihainia %v..no :urn
To !I.- De1)-u.. ''A!i .I t' V


Coo-a rii:.r. -t i ii3t L 1: 1; Aui tii
In z a vern n.,,t -r4 10-, x...:11 '- f

lx I. -N' u I n,:..- eC 'uf1! g' x


-t 11"T %% i-,)u A1 1:a''- mil'e 1.11 In,-
toI Ti t- ji-'~lI ury a -e
_V 1 t.e: i -. Z)..


r :t Q i se
%V*.uW "n.: .1 w~~!r -itast-r W.
e. r~tu. )1% 'x' 4-'. ta S.-ven f

yq )ll '-tii. i he tsg-~ eis~t itir "lp
~xt.'ta b tt~,urr-. UI. Sed S~tate-, D.s-
tnt: rtrt' ~irpng tiien docide-d
toenter a I:e i@.iro@4@ie inthe Cruinncase,
as he was Lsatis~ied there was not ovi.
decs ~qtc ConVICt.

~'~'' t (1, tl'r' e eetlts ifiicur t-inod
P .- : u :iki) the 11m'-; t reiiiedy tz!
ear~li fwe'wt-t~ieiiflg'count''. It ctir.'d
si. ra rudcltillrt-tid4 if !-,f- w' mr-
wri -- irt te''J nt). Berry, 1L, .rato n i.
Sit iz thp only barr Ie- remedyy
h-t ~iit-immediate re-sults~.. Cure-7
ChIZ".('t)Id!;. croup .iand thr.'at and


oeeoeeee**eeoee***e.es

SInfrequent ad

Improper

Shampooing
0 are r5-ston.si'ie fc.r dry. scrawny and *
\ araLi- ct-.,'td hair. Many people S
* 1 jv a .-,(dly supply of hair. and it
v ,uild i 1 I-autiful wt.re it n(it that
<..riruafi had dire.'i rdits life and made
i* "ii:t'k-.s. Everyone's head should
a I' lhaiur.o1ed ionhe a week pith some 4
S nh u-injurious aid health-giving wash.
.s,oa,. Glea .r *


de-s not rot and LMeach the hair, like
oda. ammo(nia, .tc. Aid the scalp
(* cancer with the "HAIR GROWp'.."
I I,,_y c-,ntain nfmLing but what is goxd *
S for thl: hair and 'alp.
SOLD BY I>R'GGIITS.

WM. BLUMER. Pensacola. FIricda.

I)ve*r itlt th.m.iiainiet111 llT.
CoiLUMBA, S. C., Feb. I".-A through
freight on the Georgia, Carolina and
Northern was wrecked 6 miles from
Clinton. the engine 'o.ng off an em.
baniment and overturning. carrying
over a number of cars l aded with mer.
ebandise. wnich were demolished.
Rains irob.biy caused the embankment
to eitle. '.bhe frpn:an was killed and a
br.akemnan mortally iiured. The track
was blockadt-d tr o ir, urs.


KI-l -K.-ine y ('irmpturs Mtnreq.
JA( ':l-I)AL. l''b 17.-General Kelly
Knny't Lri;gde (a-.ptured yesterday 78
wagons laden with sFt(res, two wagons
of Macser niri'ts, ei;-:it ',oxe. of shells,
ten barrels mor x .(,s:vea and a large
quantity of c re--. all wilimnrfing to
('r.,e'as la;!g-r. w:,t ,i was ,-i I being
Iheleoi by our artm.- rv wtai Kitchener
di~u-itched hit n:'--,eo.'er.
ftef mile-r (.ti t- ily N.o i null-ired.
~'. \' i~, F.-'.. 17 -The stranded
stea:n-is:.p (iate (:ty of the ( )'ceaa steam-
snui lihne, waich is .-a:d to b' hopelessly
wrcvked on tihe Le.t r ar ILast Moriches.
L I was not in-ured. 1The Oct'an
S(:a-::.-.i:Tp c)c:i.i).1t1V aujes ni)t insure vee-
'els of Its fl'--.t, raving aditoptd the pol-
icy o:ine time agr 4 of carryvin its own
in-urrance. 1"'e.ixdeit iH. M. Comer said
t:iit wnt:e tLe cuoatpany does not insure
i:- vc-m-j.is it ihas ;an insurance account
and tulo am,.uat to the credit of this
atccunt i- iilore than suili .leUt to re-
plac the iG(ati'o itv i: tins. should prove
nccessa'y witn a i';u,.h nicer ship. It
is ,rai, that on.y a portion of the
(atte City's cargo was covered by an-
su.'aiice.
It i iI r4onl .tt IH4 I ( 31 no)iw It .il lf h.
Air A.,TA,. F-'. 17. C. I BFell,
forrnm:ry c'mruec.:ai a-sent for the 3Mo-
Lon. wiuh headquarters in Atlanta, has
g,.ne to Rtale:ghi. N. C to accept the
p siton of C:iiet clerk to George Brow.
der. chief division freight agent of the
Southern railway. Mr. Bell was form.
early with the Southern. The traffic
manager of the Monon, in accepting his
resignation, aboke in the highest termni
of his work for that company. Mr.
Bell is weil acquainted all over the
Southern territory, having had long ex.
perience in the rate department of the
assistant general freight agent of the
Southern railway, so he is well equipped
for his new position.
WiSck III 1H Il9tiak..
CoI.utItMS, Ga Feb. 17.-Ttio Chat-
iahoochee river has practically resumed
its normal state. It feil t or 10 feet
yesterday. The cotton mills startcd
:f> l'.V
l,.Ai)lR NOTICE.
.\ v .- | F, t: e, ,i 1 .s \ i ;. ,
lPE\- ( ',I A. I Il '. '
1\'-. t- eMortar MtakHr- : di(t Hli
( ':nrrir- ,ef Pei' ;Ie |l;I. fil.i.. ltive
'i,',itiiJd ai m1 i.'i4 *- 'fPro. e:iv
I 'ii j me u itu e r ;a .i A 1 '. i,! .. ( t:; : r.
, ,l lo, vil 'o .l ih !1 \ l i,, 1 11. 11 io l i.-
l ili .> i i, i ot r wi.1; 1; 17,! I !.. ,
m-, r,,i I I ; ., .


I:: II


DAILY diARKET REPORTS.


r WN.................. .. 547 4
CC iitry. ..... .......

4 it . .. .. .. .
.. . ...... ....)


444



IUAT-:J-Jszivs
rrMX..ay.. t.u 4l; ~ C 5
V' lk A -i~ t lry ..9-f!
ub I.ATS-Maii.s . 4
U t T -J UI-.-J ~ . . .1....
tlo:i& -Bebray -....041
P.uimN-M.l III......................
LI m-.--Ii'bru l.tryr...
LARD-MAY ........6 7
'ims -JFebruar .. ........1S 9 Th
MIOiK-Muty........iQ~. . ..13w
ISVNf Feb. If. -Spirits lturpo
2.1A. maleirusrM;exors.WS. osn rm

WHAs-FebruarFel. ..piiq up
7 nt~-ue frmat53 (y.74 eep%5...caks.I 0
.-OAnAH. itFeb. t17.- Sprecipts t23e.
CtIetretine firmat(ma pi&6d(a3 25:l:receipts,

pen.Tarie irunh at $~1. .154:0.re~eipts 61.'2aks

Hewatv~i of'( )Jint uments for ( 'it, arrlm t hat
('omait am314'rctir)







A, wrid wll I F!11lv i-t-.. yIOlt
t~ h~ t and


For Sale.
StcuI(m Saw Iill (,coLplete
ani practically new, to-
Vetheir with twuo-s"ory/ build-
il, '< b/ 1-. 2/ eet wiith new
~(, wi( ni1: d st eel roof. Filer
<' Stowell .!lfachinery!. C(a-
pacity t,. enty-/ive to thirty
f/foItand( feet per (dfty.
Bargain for 'i'.htl partyff.
Owner gone out of mnanu-
/'acftrin.0 im.siness reason
for selling. lFor partictu-
lars write.
;L- EE LEE D.),'IEELL.




Kodol

Dyspepsia Cure.

Digests what you eat.
It artificially dige-stst he food and aids
Nature in strengthening and recon-
structing the exhausted digestive or-
gans. It is the latest discovered digest-
ant and tonic. No other preparation
can approach it in efficiency. It in-
stantly relieves and permanently cures
Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn,
Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea,
Sick Headache. G( at ralgi a,Cramps, and
all other results of imperfect digestion.
Prepared by E. C. DeWitt & Co.. Cbhcago.
Ha r ri-' P:> irnmicy. .l,1,iii Shep-


SSLOAN'S LINIMENT

relieve, ; e "i,4:. is .. a ".
mtCMKr this is pot. 1 chap w.p ., lu. .
PAIN RELIEVER,
andad iondcr in its p:. tr u: p wer.
aI T Lilniment wi;I ot SA r or lst:. !

Prace,~,50c.and s1.O0 abtte..f ( i t .; -
S PMgPano *v Oin. EARL S. LOAN, BOSTON. MASS U. 8. A.




Delmonico Hotel and Restaurant

ALL OitOERS SERVED ON S803T NOTICE
AT ANY TIME AT REASONABLE PRICES.

o Rooms fopS Rent by the Day, Meek or month. (
311, 312 Krth Tarragona Streit, Opposite Unica Depot.
O-Teiephone 68.--0
S ---*GEO. WILSON & CO.,. -
Don't Forget to Stop With the Fat Man.
-_nFRtEaSH VGTHABES VI I DAILY, FlOLESHIE AID RETAIL. 9
fitc t., o.,Il i,,, Pensacola, Florida. era"f t


i're siltviit.


W 51 1 K NeWi1, F
N 't~t


Is.ti j~


N a-I R ..


First Natlollal Bailk

01" PEIISACOL16A.F 161A.


W.M. III. L:NOWLES. W. A. BLOUNT. F. C. W;,.!.Hi*F.J
D. G. B R NI',





ZV'WX e drivv 'ur own Bi~lktof FircI' r:-, no rf("n" riu.


Obli.,-atfnrs 'Tiikon P z~ t Poirt c 9c," n T611, ~'i'u !Pr ~DiY

EW"RSfety Deposit Boxes for Ro~ut In Counflction
with whiUch we haven rivato, Avrtment for t.heUse




AI"M*AVEmRY,
I ct nw o Asveweroj 4t Wftfo3b,)
IUAarICRTER AND JOER.IL OF



fr')r. 'Xill. AzcF, S'lrw,!s, 97%w Mill and uz.o:*ppl; Cooking
j,,nd -g Paint. ui rid Windcw Glla':.
rmd IV 1 :z b efirl~~! ..1A~

3Urzns. Ph't'-13 and 3:igTck.



~"-~c C .nt~n, o~'~in .sominc", 1r--,% Klr.~ Stow-
lad Wi~. o~%&Cc .'-Pav Ai~da Lac,,L3,ithar, !'urr-d:'


I !, ,aso1 i C.-e,:iprs,


JOHN McDAVID,

HEAL ESTATE AND BROKERACE.
(' IY II)PEI:t FY. IFAI:M N(;G
NI) 'IMER IAND)S
1 I Al- e I.:.
Loans Pl0ced at Reasonable Rates.


S 'r~:i:':


Wholesome Water.
T 11t a',llicill ;llA lv -i- >1 t4i) .'
ftirni lsh -d by '1it" I'. .V ;::'' .i 1\ .,
('eO. >.1. w- th::t 'v-'ry I '. S :l:i '
2.11 cubit' ilichl '- cel:t.Lint-
ttul -pa;i *I. o iltlt *. L r .
- ul" i th 'e t ,f l ia i '
'i i *I l:4, 1 i? 1 14 i i -F


.''.1.
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'0-: 1.1
'I

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4. A. 4. 4 -
'~1'' .A.'l 4 '-TO
41 4-.~ 14.4 All .4
..4


d itc -. "-w' -u.. it'*ul N 11':.u11
Ct-i I 'ayt : lmh It =e' t 4I 1.- A. I

2 c- V f-'I Otj 'f a .- 4






iroiiithe ti,#- o f imi; ile -watf-.in. ~ r
rtim ceder' res-ott. Othue nein1I U f- dit'v
watpr ;himuild bo meiro- zoti-rd.r1.and'
I!.' f Xtretlich'aeptpit-s leuvi.' ,-) 2.'X-
crr~a for neet uiamn it. Lvoidlerd-
Atwe' it I'm the- cati-"- .,' rplib( lw 'ltitld.
to' tile wclfatre of tholie-r ttm a nt. and4(
tom thpir own jmecimiary iute r.-'-t ill
!.f'ciriun titlie be-t a It hs"C-; of tnn-
to put ii('t icnet hfim, oil thei i r j'r.up.
e-r't V.
F~or further ir.f-irruati~in a- tom
rate". pltimbimiu tarmt -.et. Ad-
d rt-';-. I'jNimAq .01, %. WATi-R CO .
W. M. Purr,


The 1eeture


QE'.Joi,, S. qoqDOpi,

'L n L 2,st sl I C. ,,L f r


Opera Hccs6, Iolo F; bruary 19,


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Pdfr-i5(iorD.


co ard


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e~i i -,!%. ';Au.I b>-I,--
go t 7' cnt :acit.u
tiv th c-wo o! -' I. *


To ord-r.
l>r(|I.4


Al IA I - 'N.
tfspta-ti.


E PARKER'SS
Hl~AIR BALSAM
Tim.sd bmatrfs the halr.
promotes a uxurmaut rourt".
Never Fail@ to Reftore Ormyu
Hair to its Yotghftui Co ar.
QuaP* p d -&we & ha t.rf..ngD
S U1 ed )CA


0m 1., 11 T1 !*I I S'a* rnca t




'Fl"I 4L V l.r' kim.ca '- hta

a :t Pot t.. t. rr n L :. t: p
It ,~,I 4'.''- P 4 m 'F : .t 1C.irrw .I



i sV i.' w-r': e. ''- ........1,,
Di M


1 P. ri' i
8 p.nii
fP. M~. 74
FA :F FOP.WF.rK!) AY-.
!''.-ieiscolht it k- art Harrark('n' and "
P~ .~mr~ato ,*yN ard padd r',:
C. mei.to l, aimni tt-1 -clha:,d -...
FARE Foil t FUDAY
t~enhacoiat to a)rt Itarrancas Navy
Iard and retin ... ............ .....
I'enssonle to Palmetto Rewa uand
No freight vs.d after :15 p. w.







-Importtsrs and IDealeM i i-
Chinese and Japanese


WAITEE. auLLy C uouosI,-.
Wanted ti sn all kleds if Sneill FINE CHINA TEAS.


Pcn~nico;. Fie..


DIIINK LION BEER!


l.;;u~m~~.. w byall Plt v'iciaii- :i


Geo. Pfeiffer,


Agcnt,


I, I:",\f'01 \VL.


Try it. 0 a T. A T rI ,

H. A. WATERS,


Butcher and CGrnpeg


Grocer.


PHONE I '2
I " '- : i S ':-
S4 ':,,l' !i : ''4 .


Peer c h,,sz& o "'s S'o r e
I NT F.." r EN(CIA :-'] 1.1-.,ET


HINBERO BROSS.9& fIG..

WI~LZq,


Palafox Street.
Pensacola. Florida.




p-mThme tiny Capsules re superior
to BaIlm of C4pa l* ,
a KIC%bebs and Injectio=ns
They cre in 48 lio lheUm
eame diseases wiUthot anyIncou-
vrience. SOLD STALL DRUGGISTS


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4 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLAFLORIDA, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1900.


THE DAILY NEWS:
atsr" at tbe Post Office at Pensacola.
ia., as seoed-cls t matter.
Omrtca: Pitt Building., 'I. South Pala-
ea stLIet. up-stairs.
PtBLi:AKD I t
THE NEWS PUBLISHING 00.

Terms-Invariably in Advance.
OO Year by -Mail .. (10
MIx Mogitbb *IN
Tuseo Months 1 .I5.
almomouth ;, 0
S Wek. by Carrier, ypayble Monday Iu

THE WKCKK I NEWS:
Ptilitobd e-very Friday at $1.i '-per year
Prtage free.

TELEPHONE NO. 118.


Advwrising Rates Fu'nished on Applica ion.


NI N


Tb.. paper is on fle with the
AIEK ADVERTISING CO.,
INtdiset Bildling. St. Paul, Mlinn.. when
esftmbar, advertisers sad others mar
es~-tee ft sad were estimates will be given
80MnOpOW for GENERAL ADVERTISING.

PE8SAOOLA. FEP. 19. 1900.

CANI D.ATF:s' for the governorship
are trying to figure out the exact
size of the "-coop" w icli Candi-
date J4nning5 ihaQ enginee-red on
them by bringing his distinguished
cousin to Florida on ai family visit
at a critical period of lig6 gabrna-
torial candidacy.

TI;uE e-abli-hed belief that alI
manner of micr-obe)- and lbacilli art.
destroyed by extreme cold i- :now al-
leged to have bee-n disproved by
scientific experimeUnt- recently con-
ducted by Prof. I)ew;.r of England.
the discovf-rer of the process for
liquifyinti air. Specimens subjected
to cold 19 degrees below the fit-e ing
point emerged from the te- with un-
impaired vitality.


No one who know- I S. Seniator
Taliaferro, or hi- partner. State Sen a-
lk'r C. B. It-ter-. either in iir out of
Florida, will !),- at all tr,>u!bl-d by
the gauzy story pvit)li-hod in one off
the New Yorl,k yellow jiurnals aLout
a mammloth ;tt l I ,ovuiernment
meat in which they arie all,.:,- d to be)
implicat,'d. ,till le-s will any onl-
credit the wild tal" when they l 'arn
that it is believed to :: V. originat, d
with e-x-Senator Cal!.

HAnVE the reader-, f i wpari, r- -
and their ijumlt,r. are at;ii-t co-
extensive with the entire aidu!t p. p-
ulation of tl:h counttry-<-xt r r,-
flected upon the- fact tha:tt initwith-
standinir the etnrnirmus atldvai(ce i
the cost of i:l: ,,r,. the. -I b-er'I titih
prices at I :idv.i r: i-h:. r.ti- J ,
linot t e I c,,rr,-;i, idi!:!y ud. s;c.,i"
E very ur tt !r ,: :; re'ri'i.:it1(i- . l, in
the atoer.- :.- ., .. .' i :,,n:: "!: ' r -
spond in i< v, i, -I. -,'I f f !.
general mn::k t. lut t: i.' wipn;.- I
man calln!y ,: o I. ,* k- t lir .i-
losses. al --u; ;'!;','i. 1- e.: ;! ': 1 -
;t th e 1,41 !..t. -. (' 'i ::-, .- :. I r:


Tbe J.~-k -' L-Ev. ita_.N v

though ifl-- ~'.,
reforanati'!'' -- I tit n :ii-
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yell tIn I -u- ad a .- I)it:-




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Are' t io ; -
ftyv ug th ;' .: : : *
W hen ii i.:;-:: '. .: .. : .
offendri- t' i ln:: i". !.
board-s v i .::.:y i :. .-- u : fi i
ter efl-ftu e t.. ; '. Vi i t '.": t -.r-.ry-
lunds for -, It .ing t. -:i t..itlter ;:.:
pa ing t;i ti:-: *,.:tr:-:' Sl snlb-i-t-
rtce for thl-;: ;t t'.* -hot;',? I'
they do. wt '. I .,tl;hir co-l'.ty
offlcals wt,' I t.'reeiVe ':iy flor keep-
iug and feeding: ; r;-oi lrs he-itate
to give up t!e cu-t,'dy (if tl-ose from
whom they :a qii.- profit-'. Or after
all. do s th.- lait. lli,- ith t!iO mag-
isltrat.es wri iz.tre th,- law and


are easily accessible to the press in
every county in the state. Let a
general investigation of the causes
of this extraordinary condition en-
sue without delay, so that the peo-
pleatlarge may know exactly where
lies the blame in each case. The press
alinmot unanimously demanded the
establishment of the reformatory-,
let the newspapers of the state now
discover and give publicity to tie.
reasons why the benificent piirpose-
of the law are not fulfilled.

Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup he saved many a
life. It can always be relied on to cure tbe
dangerous croup and whooping cough. It
gaive-. immediate relief and should )e kept
in every home. It only costs *5'.c a bottle.
LAST WEEK'S EXPORTS.
Shipments to Foreign Ports Valued
at $280..'-A.


During last week three steam and
eight sail vessels of an aggregate
tonnage of 10.521 arrived here from
foreign ports and five steam and
nine sail vessels of an aggregate ton-
nage of 15.5601 cleared for foreign
ports.
The value of exports for the week
was $289,258, distributed as follows:
Hamburg .... $1'.111
Fecamp ....... ,
Have rc ..
Huenos Ayr e .....
Tampicn o.''
Lisbon I .'
West Hartlepool l.."
Vera ('ruz ; :i
Newport i.',n
(e nIOa .* ,
Havana .L'
Total 5.. -


The itoemUs f export were:
Timniber mand lumnib % ft
wa Hlltlt : ,lo s.
oak ltt%
(',iltii. haltl-.
Co(all. tqnl.
R(-in, imrru-i'.
'ihosphate ruck. itii.
,l i d t i r ,.
Flour. Iitrr-l -
*',iit n sfe'-il Innul. li t.'t-


4.21


Irregular bowel mnoveminent.s :ul
to chronic constipation. I'RItKI.V
Asl BIFTERS is a reliable system
regulator; cures permanently. Sold
by Hannah Bros.

A NEW:\V I:I.7'ltl lUlE.
More .Albout the New Meitliods( at : lie
Pleopile's Store'


TilE NEWS of Saturday coint:iint-d
a refr rence, to the arrival ini the city
of Mr. A. Schwartz. prprirtir ,1I
The PIopi,.'s Str. to a- mNillne ipr-
sonial ,l arza' f of that exzt(.-ivc e-i'at.-
iishia-cnlt, antd to inlii;ilulrate sa, m
cI.hangui' i in it l thodt i d-- oif aniilti: a-
inent. A Ni-:ws rvtre-senta tievs
vi-ited Mr. Schwv.'artz this miorn-
in1 anld It-arned -,ll ad ii-
ti,)nal jlartiul,-i- colicIcrning lti-

"1 ui', p.;:,l i'-ver;al britif vi-its
to l-i'ets ,i ; ci,':l t s-t;bli-h d this
ljsin-,-.'" -aid lIMr. Schwartz, "lout
no"w I have crime to st*-.y. I hI.1ve
a:lwvys admiired thr city and ami
iLaid to lhe<,;< (1' m ne 'f itt i-p-rilliail'it
is'idents. I dc.-iie C particularly to,
mal:lk t : I' i-,-l>01ital] t' tlle city, i l i;(i n 1 i. u r all ,,f
I cu- oIt, I i.f !:- I I :- .
H .1% ini l,',1t rfp by -, *ltr.l l)y i ,t:' -
,.:.t..-- fy. %!%n \+ il II h te ;I :cc ,,f
tra l j a- w a nA I W t !o .

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(Aft sain ~:It- rice, on(carpe-
te -o .ok 4. A trde ii Ti io and ShelJf
Hardware liefere youz buy. .and save
iflu'it-V.f-tf


Easy to Take

F-ARV D CMPf


A GREEK RORBED.
Two Negro Boys Played a Desperate
sunday Night Game.


A DI4TINGUIH-IH GUEST.
Hon D). Ii.Ma). of MontiOcello Visits
Pens'a~cola


Last night the fruit and grocery Hon. Dannette Hill Mays of Mo11-
store of Angelo Gare!li, situated in ticello, o;:e of the inmot protninint
the West end across from Norman's of tli-several avowed candidates f,.r
barroom. was entered by two negro tne zovernor-hip, arrived in the city
boys, Willie and Oliver Join.son, Saturday night to become the ~u<-t
who carted off a big pile of money, of his brother-in-law, Hon. C. I
fruit, etc. Parkhill, for a few days. A r,'pre-
The matter was at once reported tentative of TIE: NEws h:id the
at the police headquarters and the pleasure of an interesting conversa-
boys were soon captured. tion with Mr. Mavs ve-terday, and
in the police court thi- morning learned that the purpose of l'is visit
they were turned over to the couutty three-fold. viz: To visit his ra-
authorities to await trial in the i three-foldm viz: T isit his r-It-
c ative*S, to) nlingle with hi- umany Pen-
criminal court. sacola friends and to enjoy the cele-
."Better late. tha .vr.. brated lecture of General Gordon.
Better late than ev-r." It i r r latghinglv di-clailmed
best, however, to be never late about intenr. tion of 'lookingcl ai-me
taking Hood's Sarsadarilla to purify t his fences," ae the polit-
your blood. Take t now. ical nomenclature of the day has
THE POLICE COURT. it, for the reason that, so far as this
county is concerned, he certainly
Frank Butler Ordered Out of Town appreciates, to the fullest extent.
fr Aa.the Kindly feeling which appears to
for Assauil. prevail here towards him.
There were only eighteen cases be- Speaking generally of the canvass
fore the mayor this morning, five of for the gubernatorial nomination,
which were discharged d the distinguished candidate re-
which were discharged and one con- marked, with an air of intense sati-
tinued. The flues amounted to $52.501. faction, that nothing could be 11101 e
Frank Butler, charged with as- cordial and satisfactory thin the
saulting Dick Fowler with his hand, friendly relations existing between
a ordered to leave twn.all of the avowed candidate for the
wa.d tl governorship, or more pleasin, to,
Geo. Ball and Andrew Skane, them and to their numerous fri.-nd-
charged with fighting, were flned$10 and supporters than the ligh p1a'te
and $5 respectively., pon which thie quiet callipai.gt-I i-
Callie King. charged with ke ,ping being conducted. And lie addlf'd,
a disorderly hou-e, w-as i ned $. witni emphia-ics, that -o firas ihe wa.-
Archie Sees, charged It h -;au:lt- concerned lie shituld take car,. t,
ing Ella Holly with a chair. a(,'P continue it to the etid on tl:P -.:ane
continued until to-lnorrow iiliorninll li !#.-
Luila Gerlese. charged wit;l I ie .:i 1Mr. Mays reg-irds it ;t r'-,i-,iii): 'y
disorderly by loud :!:"d b.,i-t. ar celt ini thl t t he hnatoinail cnv-Itnti n
cursing', was fined $7 ;o. will ib held !,-)t later than thit iic--t
w,-t-k in Juni ; that thui st:iat. .on-
Till: MODl lN WV 1 vition will h-a--, killed I-,1:. hit ri
Commends it-elf to tile ,well-inf,orm- Ilke' two w-ek-s t,.rli,er th, that
-d, to do pleasantly anid l.t .tut.ally 'la and th,.at thi-re-t-ore, the .:n tivi-
what was formerlIv done in tin work or the -tte .ip:ain-ii the
crld(-t w anl;n ral d" ( i-, i.l{ -e vera! I* ',i tie- i- dire.ctlv iit i-
we.ll. To 'le nse the vI -I-I 'idilf llt, anld the timne for the indivitili 1
break up c,,lds. headaches, an,l t. t'- f tthe arty to imiake t;heo
vers without uin )le;-.til.lt ;lfte-r t5 t-,. (laite or l"tvie'n tit.. -ev..r c.l ( i ltdl-
use the d-litlhtful litquiild laxiti v (ats f-or l) btl stat 'i e' c inrty rt -
re-n dyv, Syrnp (of Fi .Ma. i, l, l < i-, i r lps, itc'h n-:irer at
alifo)r ia Fi Syrup t.. 11 t(l than llmanyv of thlt.ll ii:l":'int .
Aft, r a day or two (ienlt li-re in
A NOTAMl;: lo>!c; aoci tl i ,tirc itnrse witi is Escai l.>ia
f county .'l iinds. MIr. MNayvs ina y., iI
Large Pilot (l'C choice Blj%.is!f.s Prop- hi s wayV Iftlne. tij) iover at oe crtr Cbanngesil-.s. w t O \lwo -t Fhl''dl p( it-, t') vi-t
<,,th ,': .


NMissrs. J. E. Stillman & C(',., tlIe
well-known real e-tPaton d(alm;i.s,
cls-'ed a trxnl'.actioti this niirln!ikt
that is de-tilnId to Impant v-ery itllUh
to) l'lns'.cola's )onward inti o
we:ilth and proper-ity. ITh, v. :it
,)Lsists of tlie sal,. ti o Mr. n\ oI .
Saulsbury of Michii-ani. at fiw-tn ;a,.t
yet inade public cl)oice,-t plots of busini -s p:r,< r:y in
the city. extending froi:n , '(f
the Southern Express ciiap'tiy to
the corner of Baylpn .sret-t. iaid
thv ice northward to th propity tf
Mr. Chris. Thies-.en, imakinn a fr.Int
on (o)veriin.-nt street . .ad on Bv vlen stlv.t .of e *"f '.".
Althniouig te Puirch '-r ta.a- n
yet formed :to definite plhaiis fir lth
improvenen-t of this splemnuid pri;p-
I(rty, it i- Ielitved that .on-l *.to .r
huildin.'-, .po- ibly in'lu linz. :t
hltt 1, Will c.":py it a' ;an l 'l y d-y."
:I t i' 'ircha-e wa; s not un:1Io. 1.r
'" ( i;t:!*!, i hit filf il!p!'ov+' *lilnie t.
T'l'; tr ildinii1. 1 up of t;.-, 'porti,| ,,
t ". : i:-, part of tih- it;. w ;ll
c u;-;"ti)it a builefit whicti e i' I1 le-
,'ar*id~ly a;>pr,-via,,id. N o i,!ii I
l, ti'atiin al lik-ly to ( ". iti
It:.tar'k t. tlii no bl) -tt, r inv,--t;if., )t
I'or blAin- s s piuri)'s. s ( iul. a i .ve-
S:I ll n m e.

It Rea.l F',', ? k -;* :: k
f., .iC Atbly o4 t 1 .IN-K '' i !; . iw- .,
; ll!;" 1 |I V .1 .' |- ; >" ..* ) ,', '." I ; !,h
:if( r ntr i l.dy ho" r :" i >d ':t,+
:1 ... f1 t i)' bl ,ly 1! ,V .l i, t
.11. .Y illi v ,,l i 1 i I II ,lI !, !It .: % :i-
t i S l I I d ; l ) I :I ." t -;:

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w ill. -and ca'.. ' i t too i 1 !. re ei- V-
t : o it, on. it. of all ,good t Lhink-.
,ing people wt:o havi t!he tafe:y olI
lie collmull nity a h .ea.lt.
M HFA. ... WHE i


Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup invariably cures
promptly atll enta-rtiai aiT"oi-. I h,-
win(li'rlt nl mednti i pi'rforni- it)-dh. 16. pt,1
has perforniedl in t !i pi'1lI haf ,to-.tt.re. T -:.-
tz_'ediuet rcures of col')l- :n the Ithroat ', i, -t
ansil luIeg-.

Y. M. B. IL


Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup cures the worst
'rI1 in :I .!;, : l!It" r mini i th I, -- .
I r a k 1 %- ;, \,- i* tl [ hi 141 -11- ;ail tfinl, lr ..s
toi ti" l ) i l h llii n1in. It i- th i' uJI n k -t II-r
li'V t ; :l I' ;'- I (of tl ,in nt aIid lunI i tl ~ ~a;- .
NOAH'S; AlK WILECKI:I).
Three Youn'g Men ,of rhis t 'nlay Ha(' a
Tiruthingi Expernnice.
A party of three, youtiing IIin left
here Friday morning on the .,aililig
lo op Noah's Ark for a fishing trip
a-ro-s thi bhay. aes-r C. C . icat-..
Louis I.,rux and Jni). O'Bri, I
conip )d the party.
\Whn.i the sloop came near th',
.-il.tl.ain tinii' -tation a fi-rce gale
struck thl-in and broke thle rudder.
tore the, sails, carryin.r away part (of
th'-ni 'l'T: yul!. 1l. :1 w r,- t-t:tiitde d
ll tll u 1 ~' 1'' 1 'i t. -t I. ti i

Satlirdil y t!:, tnt' JitatlC'a,. .fih
\\a\ ;>:t---i;i i i,'l: i th.i: ui;p and
b rl ,ll.,: t' : ;1 to) ti s f ity 1 <>'1,c. .l

1a at ") 1 :1\-ttll)i l W it h <;Ilr of tl;r
:i: tV ttlii- mi rniring a N \:w- r([jirt-r
wa;- tl i.l :1 :tt ltI) 'y \w''nt fo'r it1 ,.l\,
,,1 fnii ti- u i t.aIn:rs w ith.-i'mt at mo uthl
i.Il *t, Eat ,I :tvanythinli. t,' di im k.
'1 I;, i -j: -:aia lwich that w,!- ,left
w.:-- t,i ,;r d ,ly I:;i tof t, pal-arty
;t:>I I.I ,I ll t .I' l,, at'l.i anid w h~ 1i hli
ri* ['llli" < \, Cy lb lllgl' V i+r ,'ilt I' It
h.ni -, i:i -a. iii v I rr w ;l ;l _
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-- '11 4 *i. j i n% :IIl '.. 3!1 1 It l 'l ti I'll r.0 s 'A Ild
i. ,a t :%' t lie h st rIi" y r f II)arrhia.
' I,(t.tt, +l f N io lt o 4 y Iru ,lsts I in, os*. y
I. tt: th,- w :- .'I,. w *I nt Y-tiM v cC : ;.,- a b, t-
outi: yru." and take. no oth, r it: i.

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1:1 !let -%'-t-ayi liltit hi ) i i. N i t -
ma'l^ !' lp d I I,'. i .v:l,,.c:e,.I t ,-o :,
Gi. 'if (.,il.stulli;,ti.,,'. Wiui-l I t.e rl i f
I:r. Ki:,:'- N.wv I -,cov er;-. (ne-
b,,;t,.h r.e, s;-at Irllf. I Cot ini.-
niid ti i-- it. :ied ILt.w a!;it well a-i

prai- ." Tl'.is lliarv-ln- I-d' icinel
is the sullie-t and( q i-ke-t cure ill
the world for all Tlu:at a;dl i.t L.z
Troi;b!le. Itati*lar -:a- ,)0 ct-tt- and
$1 Trial Ipottl.- fre- at W. A-
'Alebert' dru.: -tore: vertrv
4isttle guaranteed.
ATri. TIOV'. PROPERTY IVY OV l NEItS


Investigate the Convertible Term Contracts
-OF THE-

Old Penn Mutual Life Ins. Co.
DIATRP"T MANAGER. OSFItF F HOWEI :
DAVID EDREHI, Ti RNMENTiSTE. e'L .


J. M. ITTTLIARD & CO.,
-Manufacturers and Dealers in-

Carriages, Buggies, Wagons and Drays.

@-:Repairing Attended to Promptly.=@


30 EAST GARDEN ST.


:PENSACOLA,.F:


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-V Iltinn:nts Matting. iD) to i; yards, '2) to 25c quall-
S ty per yard ....................................... 1* I'
IS1Ii ,ort F: I(Id in IineIolumn, Priee top Close per !- vara .............................................. c I I
1 Ingrain C;iar--t-. all wool. i to :2:; yard piece-. to
S lo-'" per yard ...................................
S' i yr.'il S! avr,:; I; -old heretofore for $10. t':;<-im -




+ Special 01rerin Wednesday! - >'
5 '*I
1- ,.,v : 1t1nd Bruss ls Sjin;l, I- r ady frin.-.,
V ; W' ,Ic h ............ .... ................ .. t ,, I l I
T-: TI;. :i.M :ntiufacturers' S:t p;> -l- ft ,v..r at t,., en,
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;-" Shirt Waists.

"Tl' line1 we Haudli are M.id, by l-:x;,,,rt I.:,t,,r.
n' : .l, e (;n tr.intev our i ql Iaitry is i .tlo t w it! .- ]-
I ir'l ':I" the Finer i :t'l-. If yon know yoi) l)bu-t
.' ; -t'i w gutlaa;ta tee tit. '




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HEATING


s STOVES,


C OK ING STOVES


AL.L PRICES.


-s ~:,rs'Dor,*t a t L.

-, ~ c~.Dorf Pa7$40 anr 5


Coffee: Coffee'.


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i; ;' '.'i /,'ic {//en/il/ ///C !' -^ 0/crni hl b tf) 11/ /1,
(P/i, frtit 'P hare ione of ,
c //hc.,/ e'/uipped ,ostfrs
i/i /// the /t andl that we ...1N
can luziulsh fhis deliriotis l
he'riret 'i' prices /at/
e/j'y competition. Ite a"eMo lso M t
wi.ish to remind you that our .:,
C'o/;,ees are always fresh GOODS
from the Roaste.r \i'hile -T
others are oldand have lost I
their aroma, ours is fresh % '.
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S THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1900i


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Rhetulit-ISue


NEGROES ENDEAVOR

TO AID9 A COMil.HAD0E

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.no 7444. u% n~d nfthaI s s~rs h-
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,,an. -he en-..e tualeft on
rU, 2) h in a i were flre~i.
Z W s- % a~iS twice tiirvuwh 1W.e
;2- fl3 1,7daid (iu, t ii! T1LC.O2.A tr~ii.of
.owed and aalst a 6ho'k away the dead
bt -y o: a negro gnat tnrough ebas
was fuund. The dead man 6 utcflsG his
gaon in his hands. Another rifle and
traces of b~ood were also found, which
Indicates that another of the negroes
was wounded.
Th- couipsny gtat-oned at Fort IElise
isCompany L. iwenty-fifth infantry.
\ ~ Passes are out lcxoking for the ma-
raude-s. thech~ at the post it is claimed
= that tfle culy missing soldiers are the
$ ~dead man rnd tee two prisoners iu the
poA ce station.
N ~The police his7a learnedi from the two
prisoners the namac of one of tne soliders
whio they claima did the shooting in the.
stattun oftice and Sheriff Bonne and
IChief of 1Po'ice Lock~hart have de-
manded the surrender of the man from
Ce commandant of the vast. Thbe lat.
ter has iriveri asarrauve tn&& he wl.1
lend all nos)sible assluiftUCe In birringing
'~ .~the gul't7 men to ;:iitice and it is be-
% 'toweed tacit tuere wiai be Lo furtner
Tne e,:' Do:;re. ii""'7er. has i~een
4It Y, CmOUL",'i ana. arn.ied w;;a Witc'aestersi
'a I I iean rea-imns, f,)r ..uav 'nlerizency.
4 .~ .Fer.an.: neira UgJ.&ust the Budiaers is verve
.f bitter and miany ettizent have offered
1thleir --,rvt.,efi ;o tiie civ.'I authorities.
TO PREVENT A LYNCHING.
r.tah.te Main Is C'.rr1'.I to Jail III

.4. *U, z:-sa wL:.:a m n ismn inj 12 charged
4,.. .4 ~a~ ~u X. . D.Ian teens at
(4er 7C~in T..,.-r M.Srev-ns save
*! L~t' :r he fman'i 7 'J 7a~j 77 1into Lcr iroomn
4444jw -1r !t' ~a'. -a- a :ir.e 4e save
I .'. ~ -7 orA ~i~er ;a ano-n'Ier
tI '. I f l.V1 .1 m ~ 4f i m I. 2 tW 1 1 t a e J % 't ia a
Ii ~ .- L.LK Lis v. .- i -d .. L:4r iU bie u.-ade an
4 I al 444 .- 4,aN'rtjr -'>arre-: ;hp cflceri of
I.~~~ I) I4 44~Hdn~ a t k I ;; n,!.,.r r rniilti troin
~1 .? ~'.[:;1. at 113-A .4'-mI a i'Livues WaS

wai pr.'v-I1KT n:a: tA watIcItKfC nvf.
(I .EIb (1 it;. ut -~.'.t. ;a7cdiA):rer o,,)K atz win
l..t.'r in zL-a d~Aa*y,.siie waCi -iex-
4'44I.. A~tIt~.ufn'r C7Kd -u:e cii IL c ,etl LIUI a second
esit~;- t !~=r- ufue, l'z aV5 i fl:t ha 13 a.uinGst post-
4.... .~~*tif 1nat'4! I;,,;11.1! 1 : n 1IIri .tv roartv. IHaynes
.4-4e ~ ~ ~ tta to-at't,.;4. Il : i 'U t IVdn'. L...; 3.71% &. C i~mng to
I i 'K 7' 1 I~ tV t r. i'- L'.I~W not I,.K;,*41I 7KLS 1'%:.
it-kiv c71r*. byB.B..I B. 1-..riv ii I.1S LI! 7ev.a'i. B-aialittthe
h.4.t I~ a 117. h~10'-t zc4,.'u -- iswgiuto : s- hiIts: elf and h.?
ir~'r If t~-:Z.I;*~*n0'zi ahiar.ivicrowi.1had gacberem in
(~I ~:~t'rI I ipe ,Ii- Wwn 1'earing a iyncmiain&.Probate
ent- 'IVlisobi :at,d SkiL.;.Ju 1%C, iti u7. l scr.leFPetthe prisoner
vysur 10,, d 17 -,n`A!.- sen t 'tn lgU~Ifor safe keeping.
ro i. dSn.~Hv' ter~t OP. *Rar *.and deputies at once
i.'ij! ~:.:!i'-4d Ip"SC'. lt!Lnes l a abu..gy a d 4 rove to
.i~ .. apH u 1n 7- '! Car~iva wti-re ttti S,.ut= tnra~n for
U4 k i tt tcI;# = :rming~iamn was catigaL
A .-! ?,-z "a
"W dift : C Iata r ;I t,e Ii A l b m
11. 11. ~ 1'..:I.t 4.!1, PrM'n! .Ala Feb. 17 -Dernio.
(S. ~amdr. ..-I .crait! pa1;ta~are being he~d today In
I '.,15',V~II ai 7L.j hea. WA.1rxr nnrt-es.interfrevsten.


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Keep the system in perfect or.
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FAVORITE[


Place For Pensacola
Buyers to Buy


Choice Family


MISS SWAN'S ENGAGEMENT.
Smart Set Detpulnmtc- V. LAPIn to mar-





r' a ~ u.n~ jip~oiI~s

U.~ lie -.


THE C4RI5T!AN!/i&
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W. C. NORMAN, Proprietor.


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DR. Wm. C. DEwB3EXEY.
OFFIOE-llanrab Bros.' Dnrg Store.
1:F8IDENCE-4OO E. J&(-kon StYPe

Wmn I. Marean), M D.,


LafP t JO04a Ia. 1Fla..
01-r is pro (41 wi *ri o.- to the it
F'sp..iaI ft~tet-.on!i4t4 to the t ripTI-1.t
of %.'bronleii- a n* fd I (j
Wilin- n Ii d 4!I!r
Ti ir ~~ti-vrra; ;c t- i v In1f.Ll Uh.
(~L* l u-:- .K.14 u M. t 2t P. M .
i -ted rr. -~, t: rPNiU o.~n~v


Dr. Wilmer S. HalI,
DENTAL SURGEON,
Wurui Temple. PMr.i1364.


UQ~WL,,ZDflQLs,


GROCERIES GENEIALj INiUC NCE


-IS AT-
The We?'-Known,
Up-to-Date Store


HE1TZ & CO.,

%.--120-12 2-&:-


Real Estate Agents,
PENs CoI i. .t.
":FPREsFr.NT TWENTY-TWo or TH!
LEAlDIN.; FIRE. LiFF, MARINE.
ACCIDENT. FID.I ITY. PLATE
GLAFS AND TF...M EiI.:: IN-.
.lRANCEB OMPAN.IFS...

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Telephone No. 46.
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--*THE CHOICEST AND MOST POPULAR BRAIDS F:---


WuzImEIi, mI, OSl, CODIALG9


=:-BEERS, ETC.,=.-
II W 0 AIND GLASS, LAllE 01R SMALL QO TITIE3.


SOlE AGTNI1 FOR


PEN.NJAND RYE WHTSK'1%
4IR())K HILL SOUR MA-SH.
YELL 'WSTO.NlF BYE HIK
D.XIRY MAIDl) WI-i r-I.~
x\r[,AN'rA BH!9WI-Nfl COMPANY S
CELEBRATED BEE -K- "m .


SDMrETHING NEW


-EVERY DAY:-
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HALL & KLEIN'S


Mammoth Retail Grocery,

502-504 SOUTH PALAFOX ST-,


"P.'ro N.- w aind 01.d are C rdijlly I'.vi .cd to Vi-it ant Ir.-; ..
th -ir I i.,:-" -, ..-rik.


'Cold Weather
Coming. 1-.tndIin
ord-'rsa and 1-cII. w; W II rh.;,i
co Jld snap arriv-. We. %ill n..-r ,ij Iti
ht st coal YOU '"all Pro-u re f' rr-41':.r t-ak 1
or b. ;al ng uia poi-es at ra.).l-.prix7. -

TDonPSo9, OfSeiQ C) Qo.,
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Coal and Wood.
I 1c-a n Yard: S,1 M E.Corner /.Irra,..-.1
and! RtauIroad zr,


McMillan Bros. Co.

ICoppersmiths,

General Metal Workers.

Ma-,. n'aelfa:rers of and Md arters ftor :ts

Celebrated McMillan Seamless Trpenftine Still,
Caspiate Otifts awa1 3o had, and repeat g ai b the cMbti.

MOBILE, ALA.




Foundry sI Machine Shops,
(' .I. W %F \'F, C.IR. JIEVLEI-ON AND PINE STEETS,


-'elephone 34'-.


Pensacola, Fla.


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Tolo~ppror? NO. 14-4.
















8 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1900.


IT IS TO LAUGH.


3'aracwapha to n. fl-md by Those
Vehe ApfiI-4'(-iae Humor.
garali-'rb:'sI lit ina Les'me tic look ile

Susnin- a '. I t1,at:iuL. it clianges
your o. cI
Fliavln I tool The cceriodc~ians t-F( :i.z
triraau: a!.''; r! halit, n, u--?
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~lb~ntc.I. vo'r *.tlie d. e 'lrtfl;1l
lilt.; :I .,t- Ta' toiglit fallc' 1-i~r ..0



A writer iii a N -" aYork Jcalwccs-,:U'
gt';-'. ~-.Il-l( '. n .l t.';eanit) d vcol nnt -lat

~aatle~a aI (~rs if:-. s.caial tastes to
talk, Cr lL~wv. :ahC~ut atay .given 1C.I I
tlft..lg i!III.' P':a~hlg l.[if 11cl.lhe le lcfts.'
'This 11 utile! fact lie aijiw (departure'.
hotwe~ ar. for It has lonug bee~n the porac-
tice In E'ag!:anl. where it Is called -log
tolling"- A se.rv smalrtl author can .-ct
a dinner o''I.cnlyout cf the [proc.
eq.; nnd lwcrlaajs grav-itate tovJwaId a
sFcoAanl o,.alitcn (lf a very lktclr book loy
hav- lg thf- t' ncrie(jr Uappl: aud It pulb-
liaclyv. '' yo:.' c~ire'ad nix .lI Hot)k ?"' s:is-
eat an :itioth,, ace NA r cI'ica end. thle('rv

I'm betla'tr no'.;"- Atlanta (kinstltu-

Softly Suggeuted.
"Don 'a el .ij.-;Ic ai-z the ac14
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oln n Tecrnienhitir.

f;. c -~i -'a'iwhy
Pie' batit ain't u:,'- 4.i%


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A Powtier 11ll1I.~plo ion
Reniva -evc'-rythiciing isighat:
do drafztic in ic-ni~e~l kl butbtioth
are' inizihty'daigr'I-. )1Ca't 11'IIl -
mite the d'-.hiaaa'tv ach inery t if '4'Cut

aloes Toil!-, la-'a Dr. Iier-N.'v-
Life I'M-i. .Whi.hI ar#~f'-' ciaa- a
iiimmer lalr-L.z .d-e tip" wamrk 1-p
feetly. (Cur.-- IIf Otn:'-a'- '.4if- p-

berte's.

TH-OW. C. W A TON & 'OM PAN V.
Eletest Uttaa'. Iriactarancae anal l Ukra iv;I
Agenerv. Not ISmioth I'ahat ax tara-ec-.


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HAIIITIM 1

ARRIVyr).
Br FstCat nr:lock. 4%*3. l-I .tf-hp-r. HATInaitnia
Be'rmaudal" Cto IVI.0HoWe & t*.s
tir sak f'enretta. 1431. Mac'kcvii;;. charles-
ton to W L"a aztia-b2 & Co
CL A RfIFt.
H- -a Tormoa. i7%. PenwaIl.b 'v-(;-,lIf at i.t .t
'Ct fo.r Ha u ~ith IVU bi ea t (OrL. !).;I-a
'astc. ,:*, Milkft flr. ?IN, bill.s1.1-arcitac. .;7PotIi. g
Cot taif I 5 3%.)e. i U-. lit h tutec-.and(1 p;-,jut
bers ncuate-rial. tcj boxa-, bacon. V5 h.h-'aftfl
3KP head cat K Ic'. Viheua'Jb~l~tcaia. VIO1' (I ht

liuaiiody d I~e f.'r 4 ac-u. I'raiicc-. I t!1
s ft 4ic- arm ta baarat*. I I.3c-ft ,av. aisC rit
tintber. valued at $A 1115c
Am I -- PeiRoftc.'c a 14.niniwoe-, l.ic" t,
Transci t k oiifLric joa.'. I 1.41 i ,

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XMM"L631I N PLFOR
5'I'UAKSHIFb
fir ec ~- IA..1'4. And'-a,0n. to Ilatars'.
(i,* 3ic. '.. shraea-t-'i. cla1f .;Un La!
F-'r; I 1,a4'.,
Hr -I.Ila Li. I'd: 1.,1,4. ,too (,ulf 'Frvn-at
aC.,
Hir Tcert n. 11. I 111.rLA clal far FItivau a
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II~t. Ii.'c

Vc'ittIcv&I Ito
NorfI- rnu,.1 -71. 1 th'.-.cc ac~rat'r


BARKS. -
EtrAnn Aio Vics n uy ca.Iet~rr-'l, tce Baaiti
L)ItlAsaotdy & C(o
RutA-c alt. 2 i t TI(Ie r. tI o-i I-
It A gaittwo11C 1 rrazallic Il". Tco-I' 1aa/141c
Trniudad it) rtend
It Ao IC-lcre aC. 77-2 Itragiri o a-1,t fir I IlC')fl
It rwarx-h-111 .'a, 1'i et.toe 1ua11'c, I Dun-
%v4IeiI& 4 (041
Nor Iloira'. 7.-'-, Lar..'ai. to W.1, Wittilel
'Nor Frili-de'n. Sunaic".-. to or t-Ir
'.%Orlr heOS, 921, Niei"'U ta W 8 Keyser &
CO
Nor Iaaghihlaer. 'IT). Andlorton. to C L(o
Itu- Ha-lint. 4rV7. Akenlutid, Ito Pensn-acola
Lunmecar Co
Nor Iady Glnadys. 1'27,4, Jacobso-n, to Pen-
sacola L~unitwr Co
Nor ILongfellow, 7a,41-vend~e-i to W h
Key1.er & Co
Nor Margarethe, 11c-r2, arbcefl. toaW 8
K+-Yser & Vo
Nor 4aiphelia. 1I2. edpirgen. to Pen--acula
Lbr ( o
Rut 1Paul. 71m. 1,endeatrom. to ordor
Non Kolwrit Z-wraftaou to'.;. a-tiieii, to
SS 14I1, Cao
NoCr Munarlid".a-N li~ang-.n, cld for Ilue-
Ii(Pi Ayrc-c'
It tMta-fl-.anil,-c'V. Bozzo. to Ilto-nmoa Bro'.
It l'loailotatn Yt iaglgc-lo.I-,:-N, '1)11n a-Itat.
to ordari
,Naor Vi;,,),N-c, arcu-c-'.n taCW S Keyi-vr
A ('o
Am t.'I: i.* ,c ck-~r, to E 1'. aurt-
tier-c & Co
Hr A;!,-o Britrl hat.nw '. 11:amtnllU:-J to
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1' a .1-at A Hauv!-.. 2--.I,".ni-on. Ta. tf- ifilt.'r

Am H c-I.-r. 17. -Alhino, to nasacter
ba ..-z..:-a.W[ - dci ta-i i aucana


UF. CLEARED) AND MAILEI) V014 FEN-
ISACOLA.




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itac c I M.C, %1(1 CII I --pt'';t halrt'
.NoV. 2'-,tac--ar Poi: Et iCCCCI
t.ilimt. Ncmf-. Ii'.. ich t'-t-twcocea. Jatil.
tiler. Noir. 'Act1'rc -"toll I-va11
.Ioh-tli I-iI'.Nota. "Id ih'n2.tanIandaa Nov 11,
.1 ohain ta. Noar. c-It1 lailik-buti cP.'o e 4a.
Lulia F.i I-' t. Nc--.'.ogI l caaIm ii Iclf.--
L~inee. it Ic.I -a kd (jhaliwi Nocv 14
Mal-.aceare No. "II(Hl',* 'Icipwt'! .7,~
~laarht~cai NCI. c~c.-Id pI~etaIItaly 11
Maica-hla. It. -Id Ileatiiccrg. Novc'
Norway, NiCr. %1,Il 4 Ic-.'loeak I Ct-c17
Naorm,%,.r#.i'c-d I quitI'ec .1 ani 2"
Umv:arc'. It. i *. o.asd Buo.,noAyc-.'a 5.-fit*
Pmcelt Mail cr--. I T. I'-1'.. 'ch At \ci-trdti inI .111an It,
V4.ccie -:L. I t. W"t'141 dM art-ciklia. .1Iall 14
Elly, .era-. -Id 1,,,) Jatn.ik- Clo.1Ibi'. I I
*1OKOON9KRZ.
PIilot. Itul. Ald -cmttery Roads IB Ic~a

AN EXCURStION

To b-' Giiken Ttte-4da) Over the Icunt
'call,' attil I-eslicit-kleniItai~roadt.
Thle vo ull '. IAd ita- aof Fpwaiir; 1)
Le'agut' will rula:aii# xt-ur'ion ltralin
oc''ar ttire 'VuIiviIfc-'arn Id Firil ic kto I
r:l Ta~ luc-d t.(V a'.etIttz, F#-[). 210.
Ticket-t (for t!'.e i1mud c trilp van ii h
-trvet :at 7i a:' ia*-. Train h :Ae- i
P. pn. t. laf -'Htht to

NAVAL STORES MAIUKET
litported DAily 15cr Thin Nevw. by
Mmmi.sr. A. M. Maaces cai,


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Ir.iei for detit. coentracted Uvy
tbo cr'-ivwof asail vt-~I1.
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f.. or neL~s coutracte.1by
the crew of mAid


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POLITICAL ANNODUCEIENTS.I 5 fOI4L NOTICES.


,,,, ,0of:, bnen, Fripedman" Co's ....... l
I hpr#bv annnunce mrielf aisa candidate
for rSt tft if -f mll'telih is Co tuny. anJreI re- M
.p, f- fully I ,ak tIhe u ipporWt of lily f n, iteds
andli vo rs of ithil- lint.yv. If ,.lect*-d I will i
hdi-rlIanrist- ih- d<,.:t -.>'s.nf tall t i etlee flllLerlntly, !'
fairly and impartially. _, wTaP eg, r T t T 3(fr ( .V1 'jlt O l-.IN Ii.


fr.ag"--.autIinebt uh s--ci tlo iI mlil f a--iin-

Fo-ar 'heg-ifi'.
1 h'-ra-tv Nfi(Ctimin'ft-inyQ".'If a ca ratl Iidnt#for
0,, 1tfn of'Escuialim'aciouant:.' vat the eta-uuing
J C. VAN VE-A.T.

F."-r 'Clerk aef Itie Circuit Cicurt. -

fc~r i o-. CT .w i ,cc-- 'rk ( if v.' 'ra-uitc.nrt
'cI I--* 11-1 ilvtwtV.I h,.' i-.-22-'Llga'tction
alI :,cli-k t ii.' c-tppoertof '10i te-r'a
A. it. MCMTIL! A N.

Fin'aprt-ia''it ('Ia' k
I 1'~cVtI ri~ m 'y'I l;lt'.for (Ccrk cef the-
I' -.a- ,. I h -'sI '' 'C iiV llbi .Z-C


-'.r ('iagivt 4A' rk-.
I~~~~ v.r--c tii-I C cll 'c-It vit d idadta' fccr
C h.' aflat.-'-it (-!-rk ocf iii.'tc-rcoat ('Cia L ,f
hav.the ulpo acrt of m% 1 rend-. it, u tIe

tIce. Tax 4a'-if ciear.
I lirhv- -autinc pun-c''- lvc-'4f it, a canadidaatea
focr rt'-,'.-C'Tu cla4 i I ,t x i '-w I t lct'.'r -f Lt-a'am-
Itci' e'cckiniv. *tad Cit.k-thoc'i- support of t aiy 1
fI lwtdtI aural v4r-irrs gint--lientII
A. H. IcA.'ai~T.
ficr Tax (Cp)lhec'tair.
h-Pu mat -u' .'frwdi.'11h"rf J udgo W Uhi, cHoaia -iv

(iafcl ~:~tiI).:&t t.'C,i21 %. at t lhetcl~.i 111if 11.4 t 1. lc


I-',r rT\ -- -.'e',r.
Tl'h ciandid:il y Iif %V illiaitn WV. IL'h:i r i ,
hc -c.r I*. i. Ili LIll lc l fl fi :' r'"- i l, ''tli : i I t:iX if--
i-'(ir ftcr I-<-a'naifat t tili', ..i%. htc'c to the
it.)ti (li of tIhe It dc'1i tlitti 'l t prlluitriju,.
F-'ir ('County treasurer.
I hert-hyvac i nnolnce, myself t a .canilidatl
for r fi-ri i ,litn'. 1 uhj-t to a dfpci.o i tt t he enl-tni~
tl.illiocrt tic t- rCimary ellc--etio. mid rf'sp t-
fully solicit th-i support of thelie vIoler of the
county, pledgnl(ilg inys.lf for thK@ fiuturv th'e
-anis faithful performance of duty that I
have lendeaivoredl to fulfill during mvy Ia.t
ten u re of thet flice. J. W. AfrMATIat.
For .cIstlce of ihe Parace.
At the uggeption of nuinerous frlntifld. I
lilreby innuounile6 my candidacy for JIstlce
of thea Peace of the city dleitrict. subject to
the action of the nominating primaries.
JATIK S I. LANDIe'CM.
Fl-'r S'io .I Hnpprintn-ii' en
Tc th e Vtern of 'kcanita ''ouint .':
I hereby annouililice iiv.t'If a ciitididaa' fol
iuperilnte'r,ldent nof PulClf Iii-ltructt..in lo I
lE-~atbllil iinty and ask the upp. rt tif riy
friae-tiCs and voters g.a-neica!ly.

I' .r ltup' ri-Inllii(e-n i it' l'ilulilc Icr-
t trnia.'lion.
Tn the Vo' t, ri (,f .-<'r..iiri a c', hi-r-hy i- llannl iun -m iiyst-Ilf it cmnli.at'l f.,r rp-
I (1*tanl tio Illth. lie of cotinty lpeli it'-n-
<4;-'it ilf ptla ii, Ini-trzla'tllori l ind w ill I'
p -Kd'(I to hiavet the ipport of iny fri'-ndi
ll:it 'volrt- titirntll\ l t the cOt Ollli' i dfill)n -
crat l.c priimtr. <'l|'cticin. N.1I. CoUK.


0 0 AI HRiq I bI Uy


0 0 0


@.=GREAT 31ID-WINTER:--




SIEA INO ANi S1O -TAK1IllG I A [!


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.


IN


Big Bargains!

IN DIFESS GOODS, SILKS ANI) SATINS.


Big Bargains!
IN TABLE LINENS, TOWELS, NAPKINS. ETC.


Big Bargains!

LADIES' MIISSI-.S'. CAPES AND JACKETS, ANI) IN LADIES
TAI LO[R-MADE DRESSES.


Big Bargains!
IN LAI)IES' SILK AND BRILLIANTINE SKIRTS AND LADIES'
FLANNEL AND SILK WAISTS.


Big Bargains!
IN OUR ENTIRE WELL SELECTED MAMMOTH SHOE DEPART-
blENT; EVERY PAIR GUARANTEED.


Big Bargains!
IN MEN'S, BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S CLOTHING; ALSO MEN'S
SHIRTS AND WINTER UNDERWEAR.


Big Bargains!
IN OUR MILLINERY DEPARTMENT.
Sailors and Walking Hats, worth $1.00 and $1.5o, going at thi- Big Clear-
ing Sale at 25c apiece.


Big Bargains!
IN CARPETS, MATTINGS, WINDOW SIALI)ES. LACE C'IURTAINS.
We have received direct from JApimiin Hlaud-oine Carpet Designs. The low price will .surprise you.

COME AND REE THE GREAT SE T.CnTON.

'WRemember our Trade Discount, 5 off of all Ca.h Purchases! !%


Your Credit is Good YOURS ANXIOUS TO PLEASE,
For anythfin.l inti our hmio-p. WV havA
aIlr a-:,t*m. .nrof ,otu.. 1 COHEN FRIEDMAN & CO.K-


S I r v c.* frut I I '.I.Ld(J'; at I i i I ) -
0. M. l'lt'a'4 '


I )aWitt s Witch 1-lazol Salve-'is~
tiI('qu~td l! for rcila 5, iijtiurh ts tro
-k'n d~li-, ases. It is th.- orig iwll
Wite!a Hazel S:i I '. H -wre' (if :all
a', lutitat 'r-io t-z. tlr-,I ,' r is lvIi-rniac:e


uiXotktfl4'eso .'tso/j'a home
a-s~ Ita~ndson m.c, / 'rnitul, e.
Mllarston 4- Finch hare (an,
imnmmnew stexockfor yout to xe-:
l-ct/frorn andl they will se/ll
it to you oillong tiine a(Vf(
easy, pay/m.e0m x.


flIMail Ordters Promptly Attended To.Il


IB. WRIGHIT COMPANY,


Al A NI lFA.\C AI E R.- AM> DNI: 1 .EIS IN

SLUMBER, LATHS,

SAWED CYPRESS S3HINGLES-Klil-rieid laps
)=E I-'E 'SA COI( A. FlI,.




TTTlBE: NU' WAIT COLUMN!


F. E. BRAWNER'S-


STOCK-TAKING


SALE


CONTINUlEiS THROUGHOUT THE WEEK!


DTese Goodsare all ttis SeaSor's Buyiqr agd uill be dr)loaded at a)d


Below Margufaeturers' prices


211. l-fan.!' anal &tia~dr..f'c hid



rc- 7,ua[itr 12'. 1 2goodstI. for CI.h.;,
~IIIt aa'' rArch('I I-'rc-'al H''nc---
lcf CCItI f1 6".ad. cu,1-arit -- II,

!w tnIN-. mler per II -


q p i >i ( rt:.1-.> \ ll W ,ol ill-d. ^:lkI
JU ,Wr,. .'I i :in: '.;i., ,1 or c, !i:- $1
-iii- |w r .i.. l ,l ,til l i$ .

S tc- : '- in ti k I'.-r al-.-. Warrantrdl
I J r- .**- I;:tI- ; ,' --ller. for t i th' l.


l9C A i' < f.',, i L ark. will la.1
2' -L i r -l il2 it (J-iii thi- ml p -pe-r ya. rd 8

27:'! r. : ',I .i: !' 1,': -'"l "ft2.. U0c


.":.-.f-ltiL p-'pr jywlA12 .-.. Ll t''L'ce..tn L .'-a" 39c


4-.'l-; fi .-r 11 I'll2.' %c-il ;"LAI
V..- ji I liad -I -t ka: i i-;). '-'2.: '
V. alt. 58 n


I I '"I~aldperI N-arn "iar 20fc-
~~~~~~W t *i-Ii a-, ~ le a U
12c i L--- t~I !.I il :


Remember the Place,


ii i& It t :I cIie a;.ta!i 11,u-1 nc T


4, -


i o,, c -i( '. t i- er-l 1 i r, i tr for n
i. -at..-. c--blar. *-' valul ,U2 c


0 ''cI'4i cd 'c'c~-arnd 7-w


-- '"0--r-. I-Il:..'b4 r








(U 'A Fn 11-t-.. p-' 'tri.Lo IJ'~e

'I-'~c-hrc ,'aIl' w307 'aI 1 a r -.,


Y a~ To 1t1.4LR VN 4e)N I-'V-I:- %
pro~pertY.Apply to) A. A. r
buildian, Palafox ttre-T.

Loems negotiated. 6 to 8 per c:,m
L inkloy & DanielL_.

I A0 AT LA)Wl.T itrA c
1_1 I-Aj:4r 'AN AI.W AY.I
*l' EI H1ll Y lART1I:!4 IIAV. N.
1,!.%%f FISHER, *_44-vr.JlI '.a, N\


F 10,WAN r Top HB,)U-iC *.%I',
i Ivaect ,ii.'flc'. f-nA ro Y ur pro)pt.
cuare aiit ristif of tanl-, 'tor ,.
litt". r-*nt wprop--'avty~f a d. .1..cri;TI.'
remit. tol I.ci wt for 4vur lux-aftt. !a
v'ili orilor I% Wpop I..-.~* t.y-.'.
HieaIl'.-ta i.'a, I ia-tiar.tla('- ago- ft-.t'
v~lm FIN H. "in't !t- '~nitd, at.- rip i %
'Ai 14 o I%, ?IaI !a 't fl., I III l W %%-:~lI I .. r)
%%i at ti 4 l tiiaa t Cr'icl it t,.A ~



K iN -Th r.. '.di-- iritA. r.'.r:
r t'i'tcI lt111ra.' 1 4 .1 n,-r I", ;i. 't)'t,


1~ '~ PRF NT-H aa1c. Ii' 'enth aSie.. aft.
Fv V. 7 rmracnp a p'. an -iIar -i, i a,*,
011 .'I.-ef rit' car lire.o. ii41 L .. itN. -h.-p-4. Au
pI);%at laotl'cntla it,.. f-I t



W~thrbuftnu.



)1, ALI 1 fi I't


E 15 vg. t i f pu1 0-. .r-.c H r, .m iI I,,.:-,
It'avetorde'rstit Patrlocr .*Ia rkc-'I.I

F It S--X 1 'AEtaI RHIt- NIU- A f-r~ r
well Ie.'tf--'tl. :>,Ic~rv as'Iar.. ,t ,
1111CeltS. fall 1(11-414 eaitm ult f rit-"i. %prgiv'
He.rnman I re 44ci. -une~tiLake. V?-r.
mat lon,oIr d t~8.. 1*a '1
:t-'A
L'IR13ALPK-iino -Hor-e Trap in 7-.
17 luss condation. Jait. McHugh.
FOR 1AJ.E-lFiflen acres an wepto'-ri -u,
F urbs. frontinit Bayo)u Chic'o. Ca-) t
bold ton ,aoty terfn4. and at a bargain. ri.
C. Watson & Co. d;
FO 4"4R ALE-Tbe mo~t desirable l-t%
the City on valty terms. by tho Ii a-I,.
Re~al Vatate Agency. I#. kHale Wilboai. oMa..-
ger. iN01.1 nutb Palafox street. llit l~t


DNIGA N CE Y-IhN M( gs.
bioopt-iedIP ordalnciri.&al.t
tit Lihrary bcili, a h~dreri'.,il .-
W-dne'tldav and Saturdtay at I::v51)
Nighti clasmsoi k raday itt7 p Ill. %


ANlFEI-Kfiploym#*nt for all (or pa
pf "m i dny. aI~ts-te,-ioiwrp~iphi--r faid f.
L-i.'rt l *.lh'e work atilaw .et?t,. *rctferroql
ti) Iv e'1'lfPtfe.'If voi~lilti! mIII It 11iwill no,.
"Xpect lalroor" pity.. AtcIr.---g C. L. 31. Iare
NpwsIoa.,acp.If
TANT1'IP-AlI kinas of -mptV rqcart
W whisky boittlets. 2. A. YP.IEDNA24

WIANTICO-OlOd beer b-ftluetsat l~pvnnh^.&-
Gter Hromi. xt

~lttau lala 'a'i~u1 (41.

kind;4)*.-r '1) .'ar aiti.i f..-4 lniritwil pial
antid writa K,.' ai a-c '.-ir I 211 .'
4terrcali. A (1(r. Ic- a t, 1 lo'r.e
Li Pl4e' d 1 alalie a*


It: I7'A IC l-;- I IN.. e* -' "A.N ,,
faa.' *e iice. aunt P art. k v(, 1 ,. f!$1.,
Ic--~tllraen-. if at.-tro,. A.. fit.- tr.,ttri-
I..r Elmi mida 2111(1 t 4cr'ht ( 11411


VI d. ..ar.rI Iho,- awen.v' f.,,-
%,1-Loop-k Clpia] fa Stcu,,.
sol tip f 1 -fa -r.'f '. c. l.nte ,

11;lr lA 11-4t'-
4 ~~U'H I pl.yPriary I..
INY land Kindermarten loop now iip'n f.
its tlfth term in th" ropsIde-nce at fle c.


pairesair coi c-g ai hUalnca. .1 H


.311t" IIF-'CZ w K 'F'SC1ttacs --9for %ail c- -
I 5atdcelin fCull Iforc-agai lanwpua.z.--
neW iatllfiulo .'2 Wa,4t helinumtat -tc-a-t
Mi~ss ('awtbalns Ceonservataorv 1
Ile'mcpn-i at Pup Ins reaidete1.; r:''
clcfbepraa-tice.



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Lowl.:luti-ImIlN'Rt..
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I A IIt f.E4 qb Ix.,

AIiaod ('M ) n He1ar .i'!
A c-tile,. H iWjl ~ 1~~'.


CALL AND INSPECT
Tb., Larv&-u and Comn;.l-'.
fline of Irom .andlIt.
B4EDSTEAD -itt


105 S. Palafox Street, a, ,F,,r",,..,e r.


O-A' l- j g lnpr, oi~ ~. I


ariq InIm A r or p-w m -w m wpm% a ---.


1101K). 'I h. in,


rl/ a.mo. i..