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DAILY


NEWS.


PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, TUESDI AFTERNOON, FEBRUARY 20, 1900.


NO. 15.


in the Channel at the Entrance of the Harbor.
w i i


:-OITIaTH PINN1AL- STnTE-ME-NT OF=


The Equitable


ASSURmNCE


Of the United States,


SOCIETY


FOR THE YET:R ENDING DECE7VTBER 31, 1899.


ASSETS.


- 4 1 ', 4*2



,,47 4s,4-. t1


1 .1 l]-:- it ,' I: t '. t. !i. tt 4.1" *IN "
.l rI ...... .... ........ ...... .





alance!. due fI. ... ... .........
I nit s' t at<- ie l-at. 7i7 nd-
ir. -' a la ti" : Il' .*' .
k l *IV r- $S13,71 i -




l,,.ure and ,i cel b ui) din 's ....... ...
a rk.h inBunko andupurchaTe-ou uilr foi-
interps. t ...............................
Dielancfe due from aum-entt...............
I uter,-.t and Rents due f$1l>.774.22 amd
a tc c ru el :($4 04 ,12 1 )...... .... ..... *....*
Premiums due and in proce-s of collec-
tion .... .............. ........ .. .......
Deferred Premiums.....................


1i


Total Assets.................S28,91


27, 1. 7 4




.,274.M'4 tu)

1,286.8o


Wt hereby certify that. after a personal examina-
Soiin of the ecariti-s atid accounts described in the
.ireproiti .stateme-nt for the y-ar 9e. we fird the
-.,imt to be true and correct as -.tted. The stocks and
*t.nd- in the above -tatemi, tit are valued at thlie iar-
.. ir('- liecem'ber-br. isw.r.
Fraaici-- W'. Jack-,ln. Audi:ar.
Alfred V'. M:-tio, t-,dl Auditor.


LIABILITIES.


_A -- .;!,tI'e Fund (,r Ro-, rv, in ai! x-\-
a-.n: pzili.'iAes hy ,S-oviety', valuaifijl
,>utatjioin litv N. V. I lii-urutite J)*-
ir.;e;ft .ll6...; .'.z M. 3*'pem .-
I.i. ca.rtifitc( ........... ......... 21c ; 3 ',1 .75 7 (


i total 1.iabilitics ......2...... 219,073.'So) 03

S urpl -1 ................... ........ 01.1 17.477.77


INCOME.


Pro, in i ;i IRe ;4 t- ; ................. . ... 4 t;. X5
( i-il i,. '-:dVj'I ir intra,.rv-t aindt fr1omn
4tfl _r -:, urc . . . . . ...... I .l .b.I6 51

Income.........................$ 53.S7 ,2CO86

DISBURSEMENTS.


QUEEN VICTORIA


GETS GOOD NEWS


But the War Office Has Not
Made it Public.


Believed That liitchenor Has Cr t.ij"
at Bay and That a BIattle is in
rl'ogret.- ltallroiad to ii.inilwirly
isOpen and Supplies Will b) Ship-
ped There
LiNiiN *, Feb. 20-Q-uee Victoria


ITH POLITICAL MUDDL


11 RESTUR


announced t the faith battalion -_-
of Lincoln hires to-day oin It z-ppetitiI
at Osblorne that she had roceive.d State Business Will Be Blocked


irood news from south Africa this
mornintI. Her Maj-sty was plainly
in higl spiritsaud -tni!ed frequently,


After Saturday.


presumably at the nature of the Verdict'l ol. r ion llard Will Unseat


II,-ws, ,ut nothing hlas been made Minor Repihlicas Officers and
DI.ath Claims............................$ ;: ;I 1.-2., ,,iblic by lie war othice.
Matured and Di-comuited Endowments 1.4#'4;. 192.il1 It is unofficially reported that They Will Appeal toa the Caouril-
Matured Deferr-ed Dividend Policies... 2...;., 3.1 ileun. Kptchenor has Gen. Cronje's. R epiniai Held a Cinf-ren--e
Annuities ............................... f'i; forces at b:ay aWd that a battle is I,-,t Niahi.
Surrenaer Values........................ 2 ..-..' 42 now in pro.treas. It is inferred that
Dividend-; paid to Poilicyholders ....... :3 i.0I. 4*h the war office is merely waiting f.r Loti I-vILLE, Ky.. Feb. 2.).-ly he
.dispatches announcing the result of method of procedure decided upon
Paid Policyholders ..... 24,1o7,541 ;4 the fight.
The prevailing belief is that by the republicans at their confer-
Commissions, advertising, postage and Cronje ha. been cutoff from Bloem- ence last night, every state ttiff e
Alxehange .......................aari..... .412,3.s6 fontein and it Is said that when will be tied up by Saturday, and no
All other payments; Taxes, salaries, the Free States saw the extent of state business will be trausacted
medical examinations, general ex- sh tate business will be transacted
penie x...............ne... the British forces they were in favor
pense, c............................. 69 ofurrendering. after that day for some time.
Sinking Fund. Reduction of Book val- The war office posted a dispatch The state election b)ard will de-
lues of Bonds purchased at a premium 342,4o oM to-day from Paardeburg signed by cide the minor state office contests
? Lord R)berts and dated yesterday to-day. It's verdict will be to unseat
Disbursements.............. 340,82.,25.99 announcing that the railroad to the republicans.
Kimberly is open and that General An injunction will at once be asked
ASSURANCE. Methuen will at once proceed there, by the republicans restraining the
with large quantities of supplies., democrats from taking possession of
insta!lnnt I'olivCieq stated at their Commuted Values. Paardeburg i-s 30 miles east of Ja- the minor offices. This action will
L ^cobsdal, and the fact that Lord Rob- go to the court ot appeals and from
Outstanding assurance I,054,416,422 00 erts,' dinpauth is dated from this thence to the United States -upreme
Assurance Applied for place sh,) o that he is making good court.
foepIr progress on his onward march. -
in 1899....................$ 237,356,61'.co A Cape Towa dl!patch says the Dr.Bull'sCough Syrupconquerscroup
S........ .... .. first train for Kimberly -ilice that at (on(.*. eurs ti- child. S1i1 ttn.tw iave,
Examnincd a n d De C place was Invested b," the Boers, left ninny a lif,. Motho-rs neLid not I(-ar that
ac readful di-eases i they have this r*lial;l.
clined.................... 34,054 7 .00 thr t night. reed at hand. It is sold by all di ,iit,
$ 3. 77 ..-00 A Dutiban dispatch says 'nt1. l'i rjhir "_' ceit..
ler's guns lop.ned fire on the lo *r
New Assurance Issued S 203 301,832.0 trenches at Colensto to-dn.t and that IN THE rI'ILIPPINE4.
--nn-- their evacuation by the Boers is (o- ou- T
We. it.' iiidermi nd. app3intedl byt lie pr earto Iirtb'trrs<,f .idercd rertainl. (;iuerilla Band t>o Ic iTied To-Mi.rrow


the filuitltal" sofI'iy, 1V. 1 '.tcordarnct with us hv-law*,t o revist
and v.rifyv all 1i* affairs lilr tlhe yeatr IsoWi, hert-I,' crt:fy that we
lt v. ii p-oerism. carefully exaiiinel d the iact'oult<.. amid cointted
nild ePxamniil- Iin detail the Aset of tlie Motaety, and kll borebyh
--.rl ia Ir li at t i foreaoing -taterii--nt thereof is true and correct
uI t:ltecl.
-. ki-, i ni,,t ( lt. P. '. -Iuiinhaiti, i poilal -filmittee
1I N >l:l o : i.. I l : 'liAlI. f ;4 h l Iuird ul
( w .C'alIt to i!. 1; ,i\naiuderr. \ lir.ctuor-.


: ~.arejo 1. '' -,i' t : .-. I so '" l 1'T,'I it-.-U1 .'if.t-tT II., flit 'i1-e anIT '41anpit bng, It!.,r'-- -w,?'I- j i'a 'I c* Is-;, )f pow I-a .--,~ .mi
Ifliit coinifaatit is Is. kt'-sr\*osi W!a.i iii-ntiiniz ~i'eIli'--. at .boulj hot. II--.iA.'tliakt wlati voSl i Ii't-:rei IiiL-'1AaIiI;t Id- ;1thtIre, I II
.tI% As-it -. af:- It-(I ti~tI ialll~t4a- i.il i,- S-4i Of.~a

\11 iw-r, a'. ataut.~'a, I :1i.,1 i .-,c- -Aitli'.it-- saqajiw,.t "ll b-- adlt--I to)a ..l :1a-Iar t It#~- n.-rit tit mu.- pi-awhalaild..i'
'An ml -r'a.w-taiI-'zta aifprw~it- %iaI t.- ill .''.U-oral tio paIaI-*%*1ald-- dr5 I" it -y.:tr ji .ai I I- ;itilat ni--r '-'pv ut ivd all t!wI r ,t


r. N K N.,'I RI, F I-I F. :' ItiIAt I--AN To A 1. 1:A %' I J I r. utt 1


vwa iiartn'aiat'.' Ilttli E it, -rat',-, Klth-1111,I I, I. i- Cala'Uiintaili iof pIil'a'-aiaaion te l tt ie ila-a-- sI val'.l, I h1-Sve (' istt-al t tla- 1;it'll. It'c t
V1!I.;1-G F- xl' iarl' anv,- 'Faltd-' atMost t u i .it ofour Jar Tciit. aflit tr.--t .att-1 ba' ttIs.- .A tait ; I, -- I Fxiw~I.- ie I (e l'Tm il1e -a ~If I -Ir aL itIvU.' IaI
* :at t ',r- liar cvn: ...;aid I T:-.ati la half p, ct-n ... li ai~t~.)i i.- i it Ilt-inlitu r.Ltie, all ItI miallthe &-I.- 'a~to hie `1;'
L at is F. Pay n, 5. ).I a.tt,i' 1.t't, .


.liatres W. Alexander,
'.ni- Fitzgerald.
i *l all'eeyv M. l)epow.
W\ n. A. Wheelock,
'! ircellus H:trtley,
\..I. C(a,--tt.
i .an lius N. Blici.
hi' :iry (. Marquand.,
...*a. H. MSquire.
I'-. I) Jordan,
SB Alexande.r.
a:, irle- S. S.Smith.
i.:i- S. YuUng.


DIRECTORS.


.1 allies i Hyde,
T. J, ffe-r-oni Coolidge.
Jacob If ,rl.hiitT.
Win. A. Tower.
Joln 1 J 'io Astor,
fiaa, E Tarbell.
(ieir:,- J. (.muid.
A. Van Santvoor.i.
Fdwa'd W. Lambert,
( 'o. I'. \ ls.n.
Sir W\. C. Van Horne.
Ii. M. Al-xainder.
T. Hi.Witt Cuyler.


Johht A. Stewart.i
R,,bt. T. Lincoln,
1). 0. Mils,
H. ('. Haarstick,
John Sloan.
WVm. Alexander,
Marvin Hl.iigitt.
H. .1. Fairchiid,
M. E. Ingall-a.
Ilavid H. Motlat,
Brayton I v-...
C. l,-dy.trd Blair.
A. Van Brgen.,


Levi P. Morton.
Aulgust BIelmnont,
Thomas T. Eckert,
James H. DruIllhalm,
Sidney D. Ifipley,
John J. McL'ook,
John E. Searles,
Samuel M. Inmnan,
(lei. W. Carleton,
E. Bondinot Colt,,
.Joseph T. Low,
Alanson Trask.
J. F. DeNavarro.


OFFICERS.
James W. Alexander, Pr,*' .id, ,t.
James H. Hyde. I ,,', -Ir',. .i- nt. Gage E. Tarbell, S. al I'; .-l ,'.
G lorge T. Wailsin. Ti; ', l -'; .-'r, id'l-nf. Thomas I). Jordan. ('ni,, 1 'pal r..
William Alexander, .,* ,Yr.y. Sidney I). Ripley. Tr7,' o.sur ,.
'A ; in H. Meltutyre. A.4xif'i ,t' ."', r, f Edward VW. Lat!)ter: M. DI., Edward Curtis, M. 1) M, diti, lirtvv',r,'.


KNOW)LES KBROS., GENERAL AGENTS,


309 South Palafox St.,


1%M1)*FAI%NT NtRIICI-:
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l-it-ace Na fair.the m:tl
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v; cat-ailvciifll-!
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k iy t.4nd tlti' re-tIlt wni-
Tt''..a~it~t.at'd :ft.'i
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a..Pubh!it.;ter' of Ih-ii


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WRITE FOR ILLUSTRATIONS.


L NIDENSYRLUTH SAVAI


Pensacola, Florida.


PIrepare t-or )ealah.


Co'r-til'ittwharuayoutiare :i-- ait' IIt y tho- wiQ- nwn f ti -iw' emonr
mind w!;*.h r yzi r- hfmv. 'ho- thaauahtrforaltzae'i til r-
tiimk voati watt toa buy'.'tiltthtil: r1r atr K tht-ir tic.Twtljui-,Itfuit tht Th:ld r
t~ot. Yoau lti-a fit, wraitg-w* wyri- at I- wiatdr;-oht Iijl
!tra- -t aIewthI1Iigyo van wait extra 11". lv h-.v:,- ls -:ialal-ily ('.tllfd '.araI-s the
~t :~v ate w.-tal'av lii.', -~~--ra'*-.r~i.*` -ir fatim Ii-s wil Ib -p Ir.-vi deul
thi?:;i- new and ittt.'t---tijttt o ,: I:' I hi- 111t.via l -. 'fhui ( wtt',lv- om
V id i.~f t'll Cq ,-- Y4011i 1meta "t,'n' U h w i lt'1 11( *.1-iii T Ii IwIit].. -I ti-i

(i l .. t if llt Ii t a)In2 htllt f 1:l tawlell i
li.(:cu l l (4)M1i i iu-;F 'u'haato the f, mitc-at .ew~it:-
I '~i h.-a a mew no oaf th- dt nI a'air !nA .iaWe 11v the Equitablo L~ifi'A--ur-

a t "m w OQt" j a in gny",t --ey i. t)'(.lf
vi 11, 1' :11 illca' a ha 7iiti' i tr al' t'* m n- I 'i hl i- ht'iaaa
t wl cot),: "-u- ?Ita I '". A p-ha' ;m atari fort'.'
c1 .ia t t -. c atoh I -.:' a :t ., 2i a e-t it-i lt. I1,uit iv-iq l iI .;r 'k-.. qof i li
A i' A I rII I I ar% -T I. data tuii f rt K n w e r., f t
Niv a" ween.lm. 13. SvLe


iit,, --Proo.'f


Important meeting and election of
ollicers at 8 o'clock Tuesday aight.
Every member is urgell to attend.
I. E. L. I)ANNIII..
Secret tary.


Official News.
Roberts is between Cronje and
Bloemfonteitn, is the news announced
by an official bulletin posted at the
war o'llIC thi-s afternoon n. With
Kelly-Keniiy behind Crotnje :t id
Robert. !letwes ni him and the- Free
State Capital. it is rea-o.'i hly celr-
tain thint the Hoer cominind is in a
precal'iois f it.';i zioi)n.
Crimjle'rs Tronlles.
Tlhe news that pleases tih, a- :' 'n a
,)o mulh is supposed to b1) th)it
(}en. Cronlje with 71)0 troops aind(
lihio wag ois, comprising; tth iin-in
part of hiis army, has been hqpel-.-ily
iirrotitded ill an open plain anti
mii.-st either surrender or lhe ainii-
liilated.
(;en. French probably got airouiid
hi- rear with ,s (IH lio horsemen ild tly-
iiin- i tillery, cutting off his retreat
to liloemnfantein, and Kitchenor,
with Tucker's and K-lly-Kenny's
brigades, has caught up with his
1ll:i1.ik.
The BIriti-h forces there all told
i itnhuib r 2,.'1 to
If (ronj h:ias not ilurrender d, a
ti.rce h:ittle is probably raging.
lo,-rm Attack (Camp Royal.
A Sterkstroom dispatch says a
force of 120 Boers with six guns at-
tacked Camp Royal, held by Scot's
force arnd the Cape Police. The
Btitish had two guns of the 77th
I'at'fry. The attack began at dawn
from a hill northwest of the Britih
posiLion. The British shelled and
drove the Boers out of the position
toward Jamestown ana Dordrecht.
The British had no casualties. One
I.e)-r was killed. The shell fire on
both Aides was very ineffective.
Lo)rd Lansdowne announces that
fuller occupied a position dominat-
ing Colenso and that later General
Hart entered the town after a slight
t-tg:ig:'t n 'ht.
There is no better medicine faor the
halbies than Chamberlain's Cough
Reniedy. Its pleasarat ta,'te and
prompt and e!T-c'ual cures make it
a f.iavite with mother. aian. small
children. It quickly ciures tL.eir
coulghs and colds. prevetlting pneu-
iii nia or oth.'r serio-s cons-i (.lIenca s.
It also cures croiup and lias been t-lled
ill i of e tsio' f tlotis d of -,.-4 with-
atit a silale f:illil- t far as we have
been ahb!e t' I'-arni. It niot only cui es
croup. but \Vinll uiven:l -inil ;as the-
cromipy .>u-hi aippe:irs. will! ;pr.v'-nt
tlie attack. In caa's of wholpina
comizh it liqifi-tis th'. though nimuini.
makitivr it e:,-i.or to -xp-ctoirat,'. al;(I
les-'i--' the save-ritr y a;ln fremiiit'clyV
of the proxy -fn of couJinu. titu-
.;-eprivina t!;h t dise.j-f, of all aiJ.vtp r
Mils (caitiseQtifr'.AM. Fa'r -ale hIy MHn-
;athI Bros.'21 S. Palaftox .-tr,_-t..
PRIMARY PUPILS
Mr. (leo. Atrain. bamith. pr.r ;-or
of vocal itiusic in: t le Cl('uit-r C(_n-
-efrvit'or'., e-p 'cially dra-ire- a few
plpii, who are nott ;ail- to r, ad
.nilai., in order to (le:i;,ust it'
methods of pri.n:ay in-tructrin
which cannot fail to giva, p,-rffa-t
-ati:i-faction to the parents a!f- a li
p'pis. __ f-:f
Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup prevents pneu-
moniaor oDflammination of tb. lung,-. 1ij,
. l'ebrated renimedy will cur-' a ,augh or o.l;d
)romuntly. It is the best miediiicn- for all


1' ,r M Nirdes-
IMNANI.A Feb. 20.-The military
coanmi-i~ion will meet to-imorrow at
('alamba to try Filipino members of
the guerilla band that attacked a
.-('i'd of Americans Feb. 2 and
kiiled ai corporal. The charges are
nImurder and assault to commnit iniir-
der. The case-4 is important ais fore-
siatdowing tho< policy of treating
guecrillas as bandit.,

Cotton qjiuotations.
NEW YNO%- K, Feb. 241.-Coittoan i
(lioteod tio-day as follow,: April.
t i>: .1uly. 11 .-'v; August, 4i; f ,p-
teuibei.M.71; November, s 41.
Storm Coming.
The weather bureaii hoisted storiii
-itna:ils ;at 1 o'clock this afternoon.
Hiith winds from west anid s-outli
will prevail to-night.

Anmirlumn lliospitil Snip Lladed.
NW vW YoK,. Feb. 19.--Ltdy Randolph
Churchill has cable to Mrs. Conehia
Adair. now in this city, saying that the
American hospital ship Maine, now at
Durban, Natal, is nearly full of sick
and wounded. The csble says that the
most difficult cases are sent to the hos.
pital ship, owing to the excellence of
her arrangements. The ship has many
Irish soldiers on board from the Dublin
fasiiit-.: and nmen from the Thirteenth.
Fourteenth and Eigteenth hussars, the
Rifle trigade. the West Works and tho
Fifth lancers, and among them some
stretcher bearers. Lady Chiurchill says
the staff are all hard at work and that
all is satuifactory on board the ship.
N'-cro C'hld Ur.atei.
ATIINSTA. Feb. 19.-The police have
arrested Joe Baker, a negro. on the
charge of almost beating a little 4-year-
old girl to death. Sarah Jones the
mother of the child, who was sentenced
to the city stockade for a month, left
' her two children, a boy azed 6 and a
giri aged 4. in charge of another negro
woman. When she was released and
went home Saturday the found thr.t tihe
giri had been beaten until she *as haif
dead. The rhild stated that J.), Biaker,
a necro ian, had taken her and her
brotah-r to his house. where he hail
beaten her with a strao.
Ag.insit A.as 1-r:'a.,n Oil Iolliorp ly.
B':i.i., F-eb. 9- -T e Mannheini so-


MILWAUKEE WANTS'

THE CONVENTION

But Kansas City Says It Be-
longs to the West.

BOTH CITIES EXPECT IT

Allea W. Clark Talks of the ('omlwg
N.tloaal Deicratic Meet-Will Be


Held Early-Largest l History of


Couventioni.
INI'lANAPO-l.S, Feb. 19.-Allen W.
Clars of the national Democratic com-
mittee passed through the city today
snroure to Washington to atted tbe
mieetine of that body which will behel
during the week. The purpose o9 e
meesiua is to select a time sad plae
for holding the national convention.
"I believe," said Mr. Clark. "th.kl e
Democratic national convention will be
the largest gathering ever seen 4ta
Democratic national convention. Re-
ports coming to national headquarters
from nearly every state in the tanion
announce large delegations, and me the
convention will be held in the west, she
tar west and south will be more largely
represented than ever bazore."
Where, in your opinion, will the nme
tional convention be held ?"
"The contest is between Kansas City
and Milwaukee and from present ladi-
-atious one of these cities will get it.
Kansas C.ty is put::n up a strong aght
for it and the trend o.- *'in.t t t
I ptetint time secmir tj Le ia 'bat direct
tion. Some other city may be sprung.
however, when the committee mee1t,
Snd peither of those mentioned may be
Successfull"
"What date do you think will be se-
fscted for holding the convention?"
"I am confident the c;nvenuon will
be heid early."

CASE WILL BE APPEALED.
Both S.des of I*rrk-' arerxle Contre-
veray Will I aiht to the End.
PITI a-ino. Feb. :9 -It is expected
that this will be an important week is
the Frick Carnegie controversy. Word,
it is, said, has been received from An-
drew Carnegie at the Carnegie Steel
company's that he will be in P'ittsburg
this week. lie isexpoeted to personally
oversee the final preparation of the as-
bwer to Mr. Frnca's biil of particular,
and make the las' -"rrections to it be-
fore the paper is ~l dI.
After the filing of the answer, judr-
iug from the talk now indulged in, the
case will be rushed. It is generally ex-
pectred that no matter which way the
decisions of the lower court go. the suit
will be appealed first to the superior
c',urt of Pennsylvania and then to the
higher courts.
The Commercial (;azee'te is authority
for the sra:emeut that Mr Carnegiehas
been informed by a telegram from the
Carnegie teel company's offices that
Messrs Phipps,. Lovejoy and CGrry had
refused to join wita the other de'ead-
anets in accepting serv.!-e of the I. 0.
Frick bill in equity and thas each of
these members had employed individual
counsel in the matter. This move, the
attorneys of Mr. t arnegie regard sa
.omewast peculiar, as they feel the as-
swer of three of the defendants will be
entirely different from the others.
It is alio expected that early tlio
week, the coke alit of II C. Friok.
Henry Panipps, Jr.. John Walker sad
other minority holders of the cone colf,
pany stocks will be entered. This seag,
according to the best ,f authority. Will
be entered in the Allegheny county
courts, as the steel )onijauny sunt WI
not in Westmoreianda county as previ-
ously reported.

FIRE IN NORTH CARCLINA.
Hotel and lI*nk losiif aila t Soulhers
Vins liiairn d.
RAtr.rEti;. Feb. 19.-Southern Pines,
the famous winter res,)rt, 40 miles from
here, had a .0,(00 fire last night about
midnight.


etety fr thi protection of trade and in. contain
The Alfa hotel with al It cotitainewi
dusrry has b een diuassi;ng exierintents
with ;ussia:.tad American oils and it was burned. The Ito r prt escaped.
is sa8i, that :b-, R.us.-in eol i t erfectlv but saved little of tneir rrprty. In
satiAictjry for all lanmpn on t er t ~- the building was a Lank anri thepost-
r g nor -m lll.. TI t uP annpnt fr ice. also a hall usel asan .peArahboue.
teA 1 e ,iafer'-nce b-twn the t.wo The mail in Ihe office was savad aand the
kinds. It is aunounce-d from B-:giurn bonos in the bank.
that a s 'c:ry t. t,, tithbt A' ,-rcan m ,a >)I To-e tire (,riginated in ti- kit-h.un
e w ~ sn1i,.egavo_- t th u,- and spread rapialv, thl Lnuifting ,einig
oates. w: uss nd dpegaon to the ua- 'r of wocd and a str,-tj; wind b.(.w,ng.
States. Ru s;a and oi at iret to a'r.r-. Av.tn' In ('
tain the coaditinns of direct unn:r;. At**sne- In Utpml.


HI.,ilinla at IHaligh.
RA.EIOH. 10'b. i9-S->m" ~v~as ago,
R-uco Ross. a negro, was h.aztd at
Lumberton for assaulting a whi:e
wr.miin. Ilia pre.imanary trnal was be-
fore Justice .-a.i McLeod, and toiay a
wtite man will be geiaen a hearing on
thli charge of assaulting a cr:ippled ne-
gr ) woman. McLeod was very promi-.
,,ntr .n irr nlItingr netitioni to the wgv-


S('HATTANO<' Feb. i' --Ta Dr-
hawm i tied v.. customers today rf an advance
:o the price of fuel -oa. of I'. cents cn
the ton at the mines. It is not believed
that this advance wili be permanent, as
the scarcity of coal cars nhas been greatly
relieved and the railroads ar,- now able
to deliver coal in qua3ati:es f:Im tWe
East Tennessee mines.


VOL. 30.


PENSACOLA has a Depth of 33 Feet of Wat


IIFE


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Makes the food more delicious and wholesome
SOvAt 9 m9P DER CO. I NW vORta.


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KMrPWUMkINT O"'r lIU.
lg up M82 or call at the office.
11 North Palafox stre,-t. when in
need of a carpenter. DI). Hoffman.
Businesm Aient of the Carpenter'-
andJoir.err' Union. will Iurniish Vou
with the desired help on short n i-


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just setting up house-
keeping these Ranges
are just the thing.


Call and Examine
them or drop us a card
and we will call on you.


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PIIACOL GAS cO,


No. 3 S. Palafox Street.


Steamboat and Sawmill
Work a Specialty.

-teeai Roi;er-, T 'i'sk- tinl S!,- ? Ir.,n
W ork Mliaiif itclt, ( ;ii ; ali .-
paired. l'l; I it:;I -- *
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809 Is 813 Son0 Palafxi Strct,
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'EN.A(O l,.A. : i i.O IIDA.

TIE HEINE ACADEMY OF MUSIC,
NS4 % \N r 1.% *i7 \ : r,. '
MISS EVELENE M. HEINE. Principal.
MISS IDA PIAGGIO. A-istant.
\olsce iltnur \ : I: I I v -,
wy-teni : I- t i; : i a i 1: .

Best Patent Flour.
Our l',st /. I / ow/a
Pateft is / ,, I,/; :I".r/hIt
c.aln be /pri,' lt'e, b/I ,'Iti

Fort/ f .lie \'t f /."' ,', :
the ,et I;r i,/a s/ Foo, onb
the market.'
.411 mai e ,/y 7The t). E.
Standard .111i ('u. and fr
sall #,I/ .Ay'(U ('caus Gro-
cery Co.
,/,ds. M'/ ;HJJ.
Phone 105. Proprietor.
C CNICsTEn's CNGUSM
AIMYR t0Y.A PILLS
i~r ._ u ..w,- r i-2A ..... ..I t .-,,


uERMAN ALLIANCE

IS LEYDS' MISSION

Washington Diplomats Think
Secret Treaty Is Formed.

EMPEROR VERSUS QUEEN


Kruger i.ealzes That it', L.berties of
His People Are Eaddangered sudt I)e-
*tres Gerruan Prutectoratr, Say tho
Political (iossips.
WASHINGTON. Feb. 19 -A report is
current in diplomatic circles here that
Dr. Leyds had for his sole purpose in
going to Germany the establishment of
a German protectorate over the Boer re-
pubiic. The German emperor, it is be-
lieved, has been approached and asked
to take charge of the Boer republic.
The Boers, it is said, seem to realize
that their defeat at the hands of Eng-
land will be the ultimate result of the
present war.
Rather than submit to subjection by
the British they will voluntarily come
ander the sovereignty of the German
empire, under certain stipu actions
which will guarantee their local self
government. It is stated here that
President Kruger. reaaizing that the
liberties of his people are in danger and
that the continuance of the republic is
threatened, prefers a German emperor
rather than an Enghish raier. The
overture to the German emperor was
made in the first place. it is reported,
with a view to creating a rupture be-
tween England and Germany. This
wan avoided, and it is understood that
Emperor William declined to consider
tue proposal. at least for the present.
According to the report Dr. Leyds.
before leaving Berlin, prepared a secret
treaty with Germany, in which that
country was guaranteed certain rights.
Aitnough the text of the treaty is not
known, it is said to give the (German
empire the greatest possible I privileges.
smonuting almost to ownership in the
Tranbvaai republic.


TELEGRAPH TO KLONIDIKE.
El'atern Sydllcatre- I *%arvyin' g li the
(ire.. Nt r ( li"vefl.
iI:ATTIF. Wash., Feb. i9.-Captain
W. 1- Abercrumbie, head of the gov-
ernment expioration I arty. which last
season did mucti work in the Copper
river country and beuu opening up a1
military road froui Port Values to FL'rt
Egbert ou the lukon. has arrived in
the city enroute north to c-ntin.oe his
work.
It is the purpose of the government.
te says. to construct 2.400 miles of teie-
graph line in A.aka and complete the
military road. lie returns this year
with increased responFibility Trhe road,
be says. wili le completed during the
seavo1 ;rom its pre-Cflt terminus for the
BO miles to Tanana, about two thirds of
the dls;tanoee Ito iun.
Thd teo.egraph uine will be built from
PIri Valaez. a.oun the road, to Fort Eg-l
bert and thenice down the Yukon to St.
Michael. Amrng other northern fin-
prove:il-nt-. ie -ava, a large government
w ihart a.t ValIdSz nas Leen decided upon.
An ,"as:er:i syndicate headed by Henry
V i.ard,. i savs. i1 now having surveys
ma,:e .ta .nc hte ':eti:al curse of the
ni!iitarv rca.i w;th a v:ew to Luillling a
iiue. lie w .1 .avt' nier l"et, 2,; tak-
iI ittl h ti a; 'ri; of ten.ineerc. It
M;. y a c ic.i: of rc p.r p i.. ti. lcw.
l',t 1 ; '". St r ft 111.
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THIE AUTOMOBILE.


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Copper Colored


Splotches.
There is only one cure for Cont'aious9
Blood Poiscn-the di-.-' vi whic}' hai .
comnplettly hb:flled tin d',c:orr-. They
are totally utiable to cure it. and dir.-,'t
their eff,,rts tovan:-.l bottli,:n the poison
up in the blood ard Ceti,.'.'o*allng it from
view. S. S. S. curs th' dli- t !'i-
tively and permanently bly l,,rcing out
every trace of the taint.
I was af~'heted with a tvr-,!.e I loid d(i.-c ''".
which was in puts at tirT. t,-:t :if. rT rW
;r i r r y.
s.r,., iam l it '.t-v ,,
1ii 'girlle.t"! '-u-it ring I
<(nwi.- caai I iilad 5[. Int a hundred ,
^ d,,lla r-., which was. r l1.ivI
Thrown away. I thn,
tried various pat i"I
medicines. but they did.
not rea'h the dlis-ease.
SiWhen I had finished lty
first m)ttlhe ( f s. I
Swas greatly improved
and was de'ighted with
the result. The large red splotche on amy
che!t begrn tn Ugrow paler alId smaller. ani
before long disaplwared entirely. I regained
my lost weight. "Ncame stronger. and my aic
pltite greatly improved. I wa~ soon entirely
well, and my sktn as clear a- ;a piece of glass.
If. L. MYERS. lnMul wrry St., Newark, N.J.
Don't destroy all possible chance of a
cure by taking the doctor's treatment
of mercury and )pota.-l. The-e mine-rala
cause the hair to fall out, and will
wreck the entire system.


S.S.S.TheBlood
iS PURELY VEGETABLE, and is the only
blood remedy guaranteed to ontaini no
potash. mercury. or other mineral.
Books on the disas and its treat-
rnent mailed ree by Swift, 5pecitic Gom*
pany, A tlauta, Geurgia.


( attiuaz Quill Pens.

ii''tin c a:' ig t *~~lIc' toile1t
fic'-t 11#11-:i l is.. i- S eel le't- I I

:It' I t' j ; .: i l': I -i : c rl exiJI,
quilcl. .111d 1;i t I--1:141 14 c i -o, I %% 4 0114I14 ,
fil'l ~ '- -C o ow:ill c1111 a i,,I t xv(Iait114S
f 1:1 -i 11In tClice et. ( lo l 1, 11 t !4v lirs-t "tI Ec.
4 if a :u 1'-. lf s l ie.. c ~llee x%" I to i fa l air. go!.
tlate' ianld it'%e10 I1 Avite ".t'e (I e-
lmirdN'- -iils! h rsa'h ':sl~m t hat racnt'loutt
i.1t I ;%(:L' l1C4-ofe-ell tl xl w ver''
t !iA I n wathe :u I I'i I .tk nIt' Ilt1the la-

t -,I a Ticl\1'it '11T Qut 11 1. or -,i 4e'i t'e-
1:. l- t i ll Ii I l-t Cl '0 t: 1; suI 'tV c :I '; t lie
OtiIY' v rit'iit :,- to, Il-; Ilt1 4.) 2 '' vrI'f 'S igai.
xvhea.' -it'.eUll cut aen'e htwi'itjtiz
(111A) l CO CeeWfew- Ne 'Ina d (''.


r .J. iK. Nlill#-i'. Neo vteeii Jli il-
Pet.la.. Vritfe'=.'-I think IDoWitr '-.
W it 1) H:,ze I '%.ilv(, t ho' Lr:,li'J -t
-A lx'" male'.'' It curituInle- atnd
WI, f-wrtiithi .. AH I! I: y~
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UFAUV AND GUiL('U I. IND ( 0, ~ ci
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Acme Beer.

THIE IEST IHFER -I.'.I IN
PEIINiess B)LA.

Dannlieisser Bros.,


AGENTS.


A'so Solid by M1, P ry ,r W!; Yt'.

The Jug Trade
Is Our Specialty. -

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Dannrlheissr


Biros.


In Pe ', r


MISTRESS AND MAID.
J. J. ealin. superintendent iof th.
N. w York state f;'-c ehi.ihol;ly i'il lI;i
re:i. li:is ims'-ed I 'ito l:iili;iti" i ll"I"
tells how to hliave and] t(1 kep' ileal *io
in-Stlics. H is r ;'cipe is :is fllt 'v,
Io mj .',our lihon lihia!nl o'U t;; .ipl.'s. 'Nl: ts st ! lni, "'s of s rvi"e '' .il.
(. rr!:;'kte f!'-rtl. i:i :. f': r >'. ;!'; i,< 4 .-:i
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Dl o n.o t p'. e(' :iIfla' ii aritl. ie Iro'' '! ve
\a'uintk a hliil:liiil saniic' drive i)' ito tilie stret t to reteive lher
\:,t itinterference with her religousis
anld private lift'e.
IDo not permlit faniiliarity from the
baker's, grocer's and butcher'c boys.
Insist on respectful treattienit to your
Imaid and -iset them tlie example.
Avoid personal supervision while off
duty.
Do not let slipshod. careless work go
unnoticed. A good mistress is critical,
firm ndl exactin-. but she always ap-
preciates conscientious effort.
Don't pay your imaid more than she
Is worth. In brief. be businesslike.
\V. -. 'Philpt. Alb A tiy, (; .. -a;vn.
"D-Witt's Little Early it-,- !idi
ml'' o i re'( ".(( than ia'rv j, ii! I ,v.r
took." Tlie f.iolt .- little pill- l r
vmin-tip'ttin, I. il sii. -- ;in i livi-r
nmd I ),,wol troiiblo-.. H ir i-" Iltitr-
iiitncv, John Si e >; S:l .4111 s. I. ill,.


Bears the ]heKird You Have Always Bu~gft
signaturee


Do You Want

To Be Pretty?


ATTENTION, LADIES A


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


We've got the
thing for you:


right


Cream De Beaute.


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

PARKER DRUG CO.
Fur Sale Only by

q4 W s' pf4ql4cy,
"i, .'iitsi l':ai:ifnx St.


Indigestion!

W'e c heli/ien"c f/he world
oi /,ypo'(uce a( rem iedif e /ul
1, //i 1 /l( /ilchless MIni rIl
\ c! i r f he <'"6f of In-


tII(-"si ) I~. 9I,.


f(//orvms of Somiach, louv-
el Troubles aid Skin Dis-
ca.ses. (,'a-antced to cure
or m1 oneiy re/ifunded. Cost
onl!/ c<'/Its at da tI to use i/.
O)ne dollar bottle last !uen-
fy days.
For sale hy all drut ^ists;
also \i. T. (,'reen <' 'o. C .
S'. Pfalufo.vr street.


WI. IW. WILKiNSON,
Greenville. Ala.
T In. nIIt I 'r, .. .) a <,,. ., :


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for Infants and Children.
The Kind You Hlave Always Bought has borne the i'm:I-
ture of Chas. 11. Fletcher, and has been made unimlr hli
personal supervision for over 30 years. Allow no ,i,,.
to deceive you in this. Counterfeits, intitaitions ;ajn'
**Just-a.s-good" iare but Experiments, and endangvir tho
health of Children-Experience against Experiment.

The Kind You Have Always Bought
./ Bears the Signature of


In Use For Over 30 Years.
THeC c ".Tu cogWy. "TI "o"_.U"W ge ,a a..newTOaOKC .
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Citizens National
OF PENSACOLA.


l'Ri-..SlIllDENT.
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Tr. E. WELLES. WM. FISHER.
-,f E. E. r1':e'z ders &-Co.
J. J. V. 1TI'l I It E. JoHV F. PFElI'FFE,


General


Bank


J(HN F. PFE I F FE fR.
R. Ml. lSIFL


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Change Bought and Sold, Collections
Promptly Attended To.

ACCOUNTS SOLICITED.


PAST

BOTTLE BEER




HEALTHFUL
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TRY
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The Star


S. A. fRIEDMAN
SOLE AGENT.
A l-, S',le o, trolitr fur i', I.- ,


SILK VELVET.
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W ti-ki -.e li-tilled arI l t ,;.
byy .'. (;iA l' l ,I -l' I .R ,


llnes, Liquors, Bran',i
Giss. Cias a T

Jug and Keg Trade
Specialty.

S. A. FRIEDMAN,

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TELEPHONE 114. 37 E. GARDEN :
.WGOOD.S CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED FREE."IW.
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CASTOR I A ...... e .. a.. .EAAI AHA... Manage
+,- I >- I" '.4' a:., .. .. ,A
For Infants and Children. i.iirnitl F x,'i.:t,,-. i, '-. ,.U,.': ESTABLa n tJ U 1863.
The Kind You Have Always Bought -------I
B arPENSAOOLA RGOLAY McKENZIE OERTING & CO.,
i 4rwArt NeedleW k Rooms. Grist and Con Meal Mills, 0 ,a --, d
Ship.F. GhZanEZ & GO., Prop s, Sip CGhandlery and General Hardwmare,
BE (;i)()I) "iT() O '. mI IAI-" and Ftnhr,.ilery M .,teral f l k tidN A.r
60tjl 668 AUO TET


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ee'ere..:ea f.,r 'a'.er ft it'ud"-tiatl for
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Scurfs. Sofa C('u-hion. Etc.
Battenburg and Point Lace Patterns


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NMENICAIN DRIAWN WORK


CHOI('1;M1AL ANID PtUR'. GELOUIND
STOcK lrum)
P-it m:,.fir Cue'IIr.-i'a-trv'. for tt'e '
tvve.ry r.s-o-tn you v,,,ji mua er SMe'a.,and
teck l'e'e" f-crtnl !is- H')r. Nlajrufak':Tur-r.
fo~r I,.. an cni,.v-,


08 AND 605 8. PALAPOX TREEmT.
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REVERE COPPER COMPANY, JOHN A. ROEBLING'S MO.%
GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RU88EL & WgbN- pIM I,-


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Banking Business


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SOUTHERN

Boiler Uork8s

JAM E IIllII',. It.E. .
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Care And Attenitioi
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N'.SSISSIpPI


LEGISLATURE.


I ort l Maanufarturilnz Indutries Are
letr-lvi. Attention.
.JA, K-S MIss. Feb 19 -A concur-
rent res,(.UtioD aaS passed both houses
o' tile legislature, inviting home and
foreign capital to invest in manufac-
turinn enterprises, especially cotton
.atories. and setting forth the advan-
tages of M 'sisrnoppi as a manufacturing
li:*s to exempt newly established fac-
tories from taxation for a period of ten
rears are now pending and will be
passea during the present week.


N-tiee ActrurDe)adl.
Pc-Feb. 19I 1dwin Mayo of the
!in idin'aaad Wilt ,n company dropped
ad in the Chateau Irontenar' at 2
'o i.e Mr. Mayo warn the son of the
,s'e Frank Mdayo. for whom the play
j'uddiu'bead Wiltion" was written.
Vbe I'.i'lls 11I1if'etrivity.












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Was Oite of ti- .. Oilt..st Mtl niters iIn

A l- I: e. D'.b 1.e Dr -haler 1).
}i .. '-r, to,. we.; ii(JLown ii titist inmiti5s-
ter, and prti.bab!v tn-e odiest ianni4ser ic
.,I -Tat-e. ,ii-l to 'a at 1 i.: a. ni. at
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.2 '.;.- 1..;.'er o)f l1,,: : l.-w ...en
..'.r ..: M .I'; .Miias 1. a ver
a.iii Mr. \V. Ja e- Atina ta; h-l.I-
;,- D llt.ivcr, .' f t'ali:orni.; MN rs.
M .!.ounald o: sutiuwPat teorgia: Mrs
1',tiinr 'owers t_ .Muuntana, and Dr.
I ne last serman nf Dr. 11 i'yer was
d:Ieivered ;at Sundaav : i MariettaG tA.
De.pite hi. feeb healthirb. e went tuere
t.or tie purposee of ottihcating at the fu-
neral o! a lady who had been educated
la-:geiv with hbis own money, at whose
u.iptism and iiarriage he had cffletated,
and i: was her last request that he
anonu.d deliver thbeserinon at h'r funeral.
It was said to be by those who heard it
one of has best sermons.
For nearly 70 years Dr. iilrer bhas
bLen a member of bthe Georgia iBaptist
ministry. Born in Wilkes county. in
this state. aon June :.0, l0u'l. of compara-
tively wealthy parents, he was given a
splendl'i education. He studied for the
ministry and early in the th:rtips wa<
ordanateid He nas been a power in the
Eapttst denomination in (.eor;uia
TWO GREAT DAMS.


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THE, OYSTFI~:LSEASON.
'.o ak' 'I '.it ii a airt freazia h i sui:inaitr
(1pon dh.111 '01.hKil. ~~ ,d.wit!;. m wn
.. f.'ztr thtintou jir ..n'.44IS of#-t.tv IS' gIl,".
Fm- ormy pi--sazia dream, Rv ~iv'dibi uxie-d by
thlipJar
That iis alwtoN- atis-eI byt he I.'titr It.
Amd I knmv iv w ythbe ko-t of tit htbidetms
That -mw W ..!u% 'shortly will he in the. '.oup!-
Anid --;, they' will fo)r t1ow -loop was;
f IIle(d wIt 11the I fbilf t a I: Afatte-t.
Thk Im II wai ..vi it oiu t Il* vN ick
AjbI-tlt Iand t11(11110ff'Cheoie ev-4tir-; are
no0w f r s:iI*e. dimi-eircranw, rtady to
cha. W al hi- s t-tiirait. I'mi v an

air car lewid. Ow'ims. too the Ida-li40
i-te-t ho ;Pr vingof re~znti~r 111.ak
will1 be d Pem iit inut-d aftvr t hisk wiek.
bu11t -p qwialI orders will bp -erv ed atI
:1Yliv hia4i)fct the day or rii-lit.


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OA-Rn


HEALTHY OLD AGE.

LAR17rU, BZ:-a'o2, Co. A" z A%9-. 4.
Iam 431 V"-*i3 441 :'d i- ia.-re' 1w 21 .:! -. ~ .h
C'hanige 'f Life 1 1-1 ,,It! 4,1i1; g 4..-',t. ; I
WI n- IL C~i I I sIIte r.%.I :, k I ..;.j .I
Anoz:ir pers-un siuc aigi
MR' I Q I: B T )N2';


BRYAN TO BE IN COLUMBUS.'
Cit z-eis Arrmliega,.g o no ve Ijim a
1; t Ovpalifirn,.
C, : (..a Lb. l19.-T he derail's
6wli tSeIA .nmW-'jui nnf r thtavisit to Co.
I: t4 i, %! u. i -:.7 U" C L Vl-
I I:!) J1 LrY111i. ,%- wii arrive here

I 'I ui I'ii:n special for him
nai- 1. r *.ngvtli:. I:... Irvrinwir.
.Ll: t,.j i .t4..t1 !!,v (ar" !.r a !-wwiai.
as'ia i~i'~'.~L.~1 iltur to



i.. ~::' '. I~rvitn reca'.'s the
IVa" id:. "111.It-, Henry
a ': ..1 ~eI .i o !or !4reeI'lienit,
r U11 'U .1!1i~i de~m.'iv tc'i au a i-
I. t'ai 0% ~Ing tiirough ou a
rrl:rni i' aljl(. 1:n)[11 loutgotii.
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I *il l'..jei~i-*'.-r~' lci~t r fear




ma.,i,* r# Ii. f till I hae.gaze to take
I'i. Nirui.(''llza( 'uro'. I knaiw it
-;lV' J l~ateitz( y.! rPi'. It i1tiickv
iLmli.I- ia' attlthro4at :PCiImliuz tr-uble.-.
it i-. thit*- ciiii.reiic -z favoiritf- rvni#-d.I%'
iire -; quickly. Isi rizi'i=PhizuilInne.


BOM ba he indYou Have AlwayS eough



LAIV')I NOTICE.
A MFt JeAN Ir F'IIKH TION I1'1. t~k". 0j
P xR N % C 1. i O A Ik IaW. P A 11.
li te Mortar Makers a rid Hod
Citrrierm- of Pensa'acola, Fla.. 1ha ve
ceng:. n iz..d a I-:ih'ro'r% Protect ive
I I ion i under a iiA-F. ~o 1*L. chLartr
ii ti inber N1-40.04
,Neiiienmber or in c'iulrs will be
atlloewed toawork with tionei1ioiileclai-
hurt-vi- tcenard aftev the 5:iday (-f


LARGE BOTTLES OF WINE 0 F CARDUI
SOLD FOR $!.O0 BY DRUCCISTS.
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ST. LUIS


A. B. C.


IRIPIRR


I


I. GUEHNNEIM'S


Great


Bargain


Shoe


Sale !@-


Children's Department.
Hlan,.--. we i Ie' '!nci Kil Inf.lntt
SItittov4t. 2 5.'.
worth 75c, now 50c.
)ll.i -.... w,-' l Fr ic'!, Kid Infant-

worth $1.00, now 75c.
l tlld--,wnld Kid S i)r ilia H'14-el uttonl
worth 75c,. now 50c.
li in-l-.ew dl Kid Sirin.i i! l Hu:-
lnl. 5-l l.
worth $1.50, now $1.00.
fland- worth $1.50, now $1.00.


a Men's Department.
(Genuine Done. i lttaon alid [Lace
SwShoes, 12-.2,
Worth $1.50, now $1.00.


*m U yJL J "UP -Q-94, i -...'. genuine Vici Kid Hutton and Lace
shoes, 1lw-2,

V. J. VIDAL, Sole Wholesaler. worth $200, now$1.0.


IL0O 11111E. BRAIDIES WINES, IMPORTED AND DOIESTIC
Pail Jones and Echo Sprinis Celebratel Whiskies.
TRY A BOTTLE OF CELERY TOXIC.
PHONE 154. : : : : P.O. BOX 587.
JUG & FAMILY TRADE SOLICITED
Free Delivery to Any Part of thbe City.
.i"All orders left at The Otnice, Vidal 4 ktUiltb, will te carefully
attended to,


E. PEETrERSEJl, A
o-PROP'RIKTOR O--o

CRONIES SS .LOON
o--DEALER IN--o

Imported and Domestic Wines, Liquors and Ciars. ,


JUG TRADE A SPECIALTY.
CoI no R lmont and Dpvilli.rr sa. PENHACOLA. FLA


H. H. WICKE,.


Plumber, Gas and Steam Fitter,

No. I South Palafox Street.


All Kind- o. Plumbing an
LODGE DI IECTO "II"Y"

KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. 9
Pienaacola Iodlge. No. 1:. ih "fe If. *N N 'S


nI ioet% ev*-~ryNm,ihall. West
Ing t 7::w, e t 4i1'ia s r.'.'!
xi'.it In Cirt itte,:Ii eo'i(.Lrd iLII y
wt-I e Iank d.
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W. 0. W.
Live" 4 )ak Cat1,11111Ias IP. I We eelitrenan 44t rtie


;ill%- Iri2'to-d WV.. VW % A I'rI-,'..
".It. 'tl IA MF. C I'. s-erk. C. C.

('A10 IN.
4Mv (itg~' efthe Srcr1"fiir% :at ('I n se'a


.1 A M FI>4 Mit1121 1 11


HOTEL


Iid O'& Yittlng@ Materialp Kept on Hand
"m S*'41D& 5"?.C


Ladies' DepartmIent.
Kid Spring Heel Hutton and Lace
Sllhoes, 3-,1,
$1.00, $1.25, $150, $1.75 anl $2.0
They are waort't .i inl,air'
Kid Heel Button atid li.te. al!o
Cloth Top in Blauck and Tan.
from $100 to $3.50.


Special Barain!
A lot of Fine ILadies' Shoe-a., 'in-
cinniati make. regular>r price .t"'
:iiid $I timl a p:tir, now only $1 No.
W4V only have them in 2,* and (1.
and (' and I) width-,. that i. whv
we sell them sao cl;heap.
Our Men's Departmnt
WVe beat any store in town: will
undersell atiyomieI and give the
in.:ot comiforta'blf lit and general
-at i-faetion.
LUR $3.00
Hatrind--we'd \'Vii Kid Slhot- areIr*
E'(JUal to any $..nl N -.ia iIn towi.
i e'ly ->hli I r.miaini ymrr to) pll-u-e.


.,GI. Ougenheim.


CHAS. COTTRELL,


a


. *. Artistic Photographer,


Three Regolar
Meals Each Day

25c Each.


ON EUROPEAN PLAN.


Restaurant Attached, Open Day and eight .
OYSTERS. FISH AND GAME OF ALL KINDS IN SEA .ON.

Special Orders at Any Hour.
RATES:-From $1.(0 to $1., pef-r IDay. \LODGING:
.,1.1 and 51 S. South Palafo.x Street. Pern..aola. Irida / 25 and 50c


201), E)1OTH PAl %I'ON 0STHET.
S I t i~fart ion I *itiara,. Ieoif itIki Eve ry Par-
tiulIa r.


.; THE CRUCIFIXION


OF PHILIP STRONG
BY REV. chase. N1. SHELDON
IFor M4al* at C. \ I HOMI'. IoN'.
:1)A south IalIsfol.


BARGAINS


-IN--


TIME TABLE.


LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD.
IN il Fi(i r .1 \NM .\i"> :7. : ,,i


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2 14 .' '2 11 \.2.r 4 r1.1 .1.' ,4'20'I i tI '4 !lIi
Km E0 6 1, 7 1.'4t1 '4 l\?i2r "4.'N .., 1 22..1. 111, Iaj1)all


Dyspepsia Cure. BETWEEN PENSACOLA AND JACKSONVILLE.


Digests what you eat.
It artifi'iallyd oe.--th.thfood and aids
Nature in stre'i.thofln:.tg and recon-
:trurting the exhaustod digp-7tive or
gansi. It istLc.a' t discoveredd die-.t-
ant and trii,'. No (ithr prcparatven
can aipr,'tch it n efic'eincy. It in-
stantly r-liev.-iand perman,ntly cures
Dy-p.'pl. Flamulence. S'i,:r St, mach. Nausea.
Sick Headache. :ia-traigia.Cramp,. and
all other result ,s ,f i rnpert-Ct digestion.
Prepared by E. C. DeWit A Co. Cblcago.
lla r-i P t!.,rii :tc .I ::c St1;e -
pad ,,


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JOHN NICHOLAS'


R05estauRrarnRt,
305 N. TARRAGONA STREET.
*0 -f i':-i \ >"\ I :Ki*I.


QeaI


Estate.


11 .. .' ~ I it,'I I I ? Iof ICI ,ea I tj in g.

$2000 r7L'21 ,',2 a 'w! IC -

I it F. ITcack
T''\ 2,-Ic*.'_ 2
,r r t 11 I t', .a tl- 4

$5000 ..,'4. .'. te






$8000oi',r ,2.i 'i %:-*':a;e~~


$8,000 A.-..... 4 lft
41~~~~ -Fri.- e Pod'l


-* CURE YOURSELFI ------ 51i,0n O.. O r
m cuP, .-ust. eals at All Hours. -- Open Day and Night. .
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I ':.ra n" ,

. T :IE s obta s .A ,r ta. W 'AA Compl-te ~to k of Fru:-. N .::. rtadi .-. Ci.;ar- ai, d T *. re i l, l
o.r ..1. 1o nI. .In ,,r.- C'o statitly (n Hand.
",.... '.'"-. Fineat Ovsterr for Family Use a Specialty. E-st Side of Plaza.


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El'. Art.~'r I


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me Of u Awl UA 0 1 -"a i an,"r'., di
cut Ve ~ l I ,!e hei_'; nI.:i:: '. ie-.

t-.e e "L : 1 A ,2 A u:! ,'s.: 1t'' "N in :-: i'_c: c .:.A'.. J nd
pr. :i in, .ai.~,! Ai' th %', ;:r. _N 1"'!" 'rt rt .o e. Ar th




LADIES' AIVISOVCRY P.RTMFNT. I Ir *I
1,,.'e'..,OLAW h'e 11WeA:ai.


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4 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1900.


THE DAILY NEWS:


Mastered at tb- P.at (t T.-at PI-lsco(.I
Fl&- assecond -cla-is ma, -r.
0"evrgePitt flIl:dAZIng. t~wI % palas
fox "rect. up-btair-.


THE NEWS PUFLISHISG CO.

Terms -invariably in Advance.
000 Year by M s: I
wOR Mouths
Tree UM0sntb.,
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p-rapal r 'dm; .~ t-tai r111-,*;-1.4,
rinternial --It i, i it- i t-* r.- r;AC'.-
thofe at l- timal'1I.o'r- i- t:
toltick- witittsf : p art" ll"h.o*It
not :4gni at k 1-u *-,.

Madit-4ar NI. -10, -\
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and fau.,; .i, : ..- -, .. --- -,-.
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.-nd.lavor tipt.. i i x r .
the public is-y ..- 1. i,,.i ti t. : r -.
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a' et .past; i t ,r h w .t at -i
v a dert p'1 :';' : -... ts; .-r' ".I -i -\ ma,

r:a i-r i 'l h i- m i o ,a !- td e n .-

and | *i i*,-'.ir,.: oi;,. ,,f it- pw ,-r-
aga iu-t nh r --. i:ito;t t pr.a .
hbig ted lh i *; t :; .*m;-m .. -r le..l db ,",.: -
rial sc r lf- t- u oiu.;ti o:.
mecau-t- men or c ewu-pt er- of hi,e-
tsime party tit. rr Ihone.tly abo~ t
party pollIvt-- *r octrIn I I nol
rpaonu why tIoi !:ol-,ll dn+-ntnce
14te another a! trai: ,rs to tme party.
Each ia tl.e -aim Ii lieiiable ight
to ii, ort I- opillion. Each ian.
with equal force, accu-e the other iif
treason to i artv ,rinci!l,- 11'ho,


GORD 'N.
A Brilliant Lecture by the Great Con-
federate Veteran.
Genetrl John B. Gordon la-t niih:h
,at the op. ra hou-e delivered his fa-
rnou- lecture. The Last I)jy- oif thi-


THE W 1G V.K!Y NEWS:
rubjathted o* it-ry I ria!;jat V pr yai
Pating" frt--.

TELEPHONE NO. 118.

Adewsuingr Rates Furniished on App/lcc 'ion.






Tb,. paper is on Mie with the
MIIIUADVURTINNI COB,
_-1. ,ad vertigers and other.: maw
Csd01e0kmud1Uwhere cetf atre a .11be giv,-n


FESBAOOLA. FEF. 20 1900..

THY. Jackw-orvilie noard (of Ijealti.
bias junt comple-ted a ceniiuw of that
city, 011owing a populatiour of Mi.5-i..
an iticreatlif'-irice ~(4j.7 -;2. tor
:!1.4:! per ct-r.t. bf-iing al avo-ra;e ala-
nualitricrea-' fi,,yt!)#- 1terimtl nriiarad
of 4 LA pt-r cent. IDur ing, xhe sin-

has a racro-a -.4(I*L .I';ter c' t *rant
autiual avt~riA;, 4f I1I.#;- per e('Add. 1.
each city liailtitainr t hft-Qum,- por
centage of gai Ii ii aitl Iia' J1a*( iG
wall be thv ijie~ttrppoli.- .'FI,. ida

1,.-p t Ir~r i v ,ve-tt r w tit-k lv 1J
Inanfully agiai r -t ti:, f-a iffi:
of the pa:; tI tmuat, anid trvinIIIt
avoid bankrutit:-y i Iwit',:r t.etiupitr
atboionl --.I'.. irttIu:

paper* n:kii-af. i '( sl~t
tieair LId :t-::iAl RlEit-t~ina..Lid haitI:-
quet t tIf Witld.r.At.a ii
Y d r a- a t 1. 1 1 ~ o P A t v


aud the -cal (it', .f'r la[

T m t-- S a -ke To 1I4r~apt. a;:t4e-t-with,
'[H K A t~at li- jbnpol rf a-rii x
it-ti whr the 1 *t-a I rato. f. r adlvit 111--
inX tax sale- L-u ld It,. t I.
'commercial zatf-;, lIntitm "hxat
triopresentifixo-da i e*tlir'.l
adverti-iti.. are .ati.-favtry. rWiV th
this w lvw. -,fit.f, a, t lA. ''t-egalph aI-
concerno-d, we %IIIzlI i.t (Ii 1T-r. If it
Ir. satio-tio'd Viti, tht'i. 1.there-p,11't

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ANEW DEPIRlURE.
More About the New Methods at 1 he
People's Store


Cotife+deracy. to a large audi-ince. al
o)f whoin expresse-d by fre-qin-:ia up
pllau-e their ent1lu-iastic apprecia
tion of its merit- a id the ir .;rdrit
adanir,,tion oif the disting;i- !ieti
sp. aker. The a-semblage wa- :argei
than -uch entertairinment- are ni-ial
ly greeted ty in this city. and tlh-re
-ults to the- local organization undel
whose auspic,-s the event occurr+-c
was di,-tinctly gratifying.
The platform was graced by mnan3
diktinguii-hed citizens arnd mernhbe-r:
of the 1'. '. V intcldinz (Gen. -. A
Moreno. Gen. French, ('oinmandlian
Riesiniver of the navv vard. NlMajo
Calef. t'. S. A.. Mes-r'. F. C. Brent
A. L. Avery. W. E Ander-on, Hon
Cal. Tippen and others. Brfiradier-
Gentral (ieorge Reese introduced
the distinguished lecturer by grace.
fully relating an incident of one ol
the later battles of the civil war,
when a division of the southern
army. under orders to effect a tem-
porary retreat, was divided into two
sections. each of which executed the
movement in turn while the
other covered the movement. In-
dications of disorder ii execut-
ing the movement having appeared,
the commanding general da-t:-d tto
the- front and took position at the
head of the first column to hold it
-teady while the second defiled pa-t
it. For several minutes the fhiur,-
of the intrepid officer stood out in
bold relic f, firm as a ?-tatu*,. the
only visible force intervening be-
tween hi-s beloved troops and an
overwhelming force of the eienevy.
rapidly advancing. A color ser-
geant, seeing him, hastened to hi,-
-ide. planting his colors. Ilntiplled
by this sight and tCie stirlinig corn-
mands of the general, a thin lini. ,.f
riniin quickly formed otn tieach i- uk
1of the central position, the mnih-it)is
rapidly incre-asing as tthe iar' v.e--
Imi-nlit hte'ame lit. tnd-rs-too)(d. 'lTh
rT -ult wi i lot tiianiract;.lonu-.
Se-.in g tit. Confederates i ailt-
II, :ird reforminig their lint, of
atttle. the n,-iiny lp'-1tied; tihe ('t
fejt-ratte- c'iontiniied to (-stabl-li ti;e
liil-. ;a r iadvant i .e w .- orJtr.i- .. ;;!ii
t'.ie day was won. Not until t!.,.n
w\v.i t!h- di-c.overy Iadlt tt:;at thl;
a_- ll ,ilt r:!ni nd r whil- Imaiht lil1-
1 L ihi- i perilu- alid dit!ic'ul ;..-i-
tiotri. had beei, -trioti-nly w, nllida d il:
the f ie-. Th.it general wu- Jo!:n RK.
( ,rdl,,l A. lid W l II (n;, 11. Itetse Piint-
* t t t he --;ir ill"ni til- lIC ". ::- hti
cil -'.t t:.e rc-ital, tLe wht.'i4 Li.u:t
r'.- in a l ,lilitvy lur-t iof i,;lani
wnir! c titiu-ed for -,\ er l iniii-
Ut,"-. dli'iin w !tic'i tl:,,- <,r.'!:,-tra
i.lay ,.i )ixie "
Not evt-n :i -t--tiirap)licr report iof
<-.a. t,,rilon's letti r- could (,o it
full jil-tice. Tlioe ilii -inig pr-'.,
iality: thle iinfi ite v.iriatij' is of tonet.
anid gst're : the innrnier ]hi, -'*0,1 i-
Mllltl .Il Vtd,,t(-" tilt- ',W l;ltt,-.e t ili-
Cli,, I- !)' tW e<-l tl, O t *,w t-laid 1 1
force--; thi.- d "- p athlis .of lthi
inimii-er'i- iineidenlt-. re-l at.v. with
dratln.iti(' eltet-.t, aiId thl. te:l-.ioi of
int en-- inter-et, hrokti n ov-r :iti(,
anon l iy h Illoir- m reifiark- aird
til.tr ,r t o')ll-tllt i j; ll o -(. '-i 1 ),
lotlii relnhlel !f l-et I. ;(i fW !,- ) \\. t-


Il--i .l i i
< "*r ( .)!tor lii. ;il:er e,' ,j .' irl.. t'i '
! :o-;)ittility oi 11:. ; I'. lH i,..en t *'*i-
, I1 1 "e o nili 1| )0an 1 I ,.:. .ee. > i i, -
liltei lby 1 Ililllll !) I ,' i ni'd ,i' t l ,.,n thi*- Ii *tf,,rtni ], ft
o ; t I ]tte t .:itl 1,,! i '., l1." Ill
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nt-ni--- x.' kes- ji nI'-ir ~ ~
n.-.t !t tlna-naa I.- an K -
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I cit a:tn~' ~ 't;a.r;.ti. -a. I----

it i ltI~ t P ti -- I -
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i-i ti! I-? Wa. IA'-'.
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THE POLICE COURT.
Chas. Wright. a Hiunlar H;arder
Geis 00 Da 3s.
There were only six ca-es befor-
Mayor Hilliard in the police court
this morning. The fines a,-grtgat.-d

Archi- Set-<. charged with a--ai:t.
wiio-e case wa- Iontillnued frot) y --
terrdtav. w f:i- itn-d t 7.f5o.
D. Biirigz-:. two c'harg-. -upi'ipis
charact-r and heit-g dr.nk aijnl di--
t',rdl ly. wa-s filled $17 ,1
Jenrtie S t:itile-y. dlrtut:k an.i di--
.*rl-rly. w:4-1 fini-0 i' I
Albe-i. HIfood. a colortid y charged wwil! i-ltil a l: -:iirm.tii.
wa- ,--it uip for .-SI day-. s,1itence be-
inr. -u-,?en-nled with tht- mnitrstand-
ing that i1 hie ie- a rre-sted on tllhp
-amn- charz:- again hi- .ehtetnc will
be ;ni day-.

"Prervention is the be-t bridle."
You can prevent sickne-s and cure
that tir d fet-lingt and all blood
hutnors by taking Hoo>-d Sarsapa-
rilla.


THE NEWs of Saturday contained
a reference to the arrival in the city
(Af Mr. A. Schwartz. proprietor of
The People's Store, to a-sumne per-
o)aal charge of that ext,-nsive estab-
li-hment. and to iinau.u;irate some
tenarige- in its neithodss of ifmana ge-
iI-int. A NEws reore-erI.tmtivIe
vlited Mr. rt'hvwartz this morn-
ing and learned -,;noe addi-
tional particular- c ionc.-rni:i.i l -
llan,.
**I hiave mad: sv--eral bri.f vi-it-
to Pen-sacela -ince:l estabii-he-d thi-i
busiie-s. -aid Mir. Sz'hwartz. "-but
ni,w I htive come ti .-tav. I have
always admired the city and ami
glad to become one of its permanent
residents. I de-ire particularly ti>
make the personal acqu tintance of
the city, including. of course. all of
the customers of The People's Sto)re.
Having been represe-nted by others
entirely, this will be a source of
great pleasure to me, and. I hope, to
those with whom. through myi
agents, I have been doing busine-.s
so long.
"From my experience elsewhere. I
am convinced that doing busine-s
on smaller profits, and turning
money over more rapidly., is the true
secret of business. succe-*;. I believe
that such a policy will not only
stimulate trade but will a-so be a
welcome innovation ,hre which the
people will appreciate. I expect to
do not empty bragging, but shall en-
dleavo)r to prove to tio'i who lmay
favor iv. with tht-ir cu-trni that
goods can be sold at price gri.atly
reduced fr,-in tho-e which have here-
tofore prevails-d lire+. ;and itiat to,,.
to the mutual be(-nIf, it btiv-r :tnid
seller."
.M r. S,.hwartz ik vyiII. courttn-
and pleasinai. ;1 in Inirt-r. an I t -riitlv
up-to-date in lhi-- bu-ie-s mneth.id':;
:rnd THE Ni : -; prdlict-s for tl,#.
P'etple's Star. unde-r hi- pe-r-,.iial
ilanaizenit.nt, ;Ia I c'-.-- that will
prove n hoili(O g INgIs thl n, pihe intie, I al..


Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup. that marvelous
(iaiwklyI:; is-la n. (it t-, !!'o,- .alinfnm

I it -a.d% a-Ia, I


I t t ri 1tifettiiii I fu)t [I r i Y a ild fill(-
llavtr. It i.-o ld by I-.ratf.ptt'At-
bumia.


F 7: n :ri- ,i. Aa F e b.Ito.-It,
PiT-a ',u t aw:lh( r.a:Ix. VC Ihflu'tlite :i


@*nojtv b.- e ei : *a*an-i a'uaca-
b v, -,air :) a'Iitth and tnltTar e P r r-;Acrt y
JitA. )ato t t' na-a'ctIri ae.
V.-..n~. tl-4 :ur~h..r wLttn.-,tve'j0

r-'c.:iat- i t tai..- to I:-zn Am-a ,i
e .'r' n ;a'js:.'.jt'.1 L n 'I; b 1. TI t 4
t t'' 1.,a i: i! I i i -i n. t B". t Y in .ro, ri !I(;r
121-- 2.r.~-jeU's :1112- rioad at ina-i (: -ur-t
ai*a.I --m!;c wai give nba: 0rSst-c nar
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Investigate the Convertible Term Contracts

--F THIE-

Old Penn Mutual Life Ins. Co.

DAVID EDREIT, 1% M1"'f -I'A" .,-f.i i v


J. M. HILLIARD & CO.,

-MIan::fa':u:'e:s iand I) ,- rs it.-

Carriages, Buggies, Wagons and DIray

_z-Repairing Attended to Promptly.-0:--


:' EAST (;ARD)I-"N ST.


P1-'NSAt( tI..\ I


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Floor Coverings


*" l .n'.nniant; Mattini:. I1 to 1; yards. -o2 to 25c li':ali-
ty pe-r yard ....................................... 15c
j,,rt E:, !- i InIlu:n. Price t- Clu-e p>r -i,;rar.
y rtl .......... ...... ........ .... .......... ...... -4 '
I i'rain LCarp*,. :all w,),)l. -,, :,t :2:; yard piece--. to
S r. -. -per yard ............ ...............
* .' -n: yr-r I.iz -;, d l-r t.' f,, e f. or $1,. t':,, -;' .:
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SSpecial O0lerinr IVednesday !
!, V .,vt and Irus--elk Sin:; !, RP.:. re.atly fnr': ,!.
I :1 ac t r.... .... .... .... ...... .... ....... 11 f t < 1 *1
T r. .r' M.iniuficturt r-' S-npl.-- lf; ov.r a*: t!:,, end
<,f tt.I :. a--t '-. ;


Shirt Waists.


L. 1 Li lint- we Ifaliill,, l'-Madle b x;'r, flahuar,

i~~itno r-i -'W't2 aIit' .a ,,,fit.).


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*< cal < ( -;'-(l Har I-. I ; .l~ain-.
i, e'i-(i'- ;ai.- n earsi -- t riv> \ 'i.t

t X 'lit re >l ar.a nte- ld n 'e i 2 :" I.
.. D'.A l;i errt..
IIt Linr hI on MIard i frli'
l.adi.- o. f St. M inh:at-l'l pi-ari=li will
serve ihi>t iunch on)t Marni (3r;.s d'ay
in Mr..I. N. And lrew. -tore in Pala;i-
fox -treet. RIa,"nable price-s will
Itr'.vaxl. Partie- promising donna-
tioin- art- i e ter -lit- in bySatuidaynext. 2:f.t
THE FINEST BRAND'
i)f pure whisky for medicinal ,,r
iole u-e ar" so-)Id by Eunei-e Arbo.-
I.,.. Se l l.i:n your order-s.


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STORE


tMATTINI :ALLIN


T- m ake- ; :a0. ,t;i; f,,r ,,, l:i; p:,rt Order,
of N1attii.nr- ;-t-t re,-,-ived. we
)fT"-r or E:a:tir- .to,-k ',n Han-.l
at tOi followi, g ; :jie-...

500 Yards Remnants, 20 to 35c grades,
for lOc yard.
5 Bolls t5c Mattipg far 12 -2c yard.
5 Rol's tic Mattiog fir 14c yard.
5 Rolls 95c Matfite for 9P s ..,,


COOKING STOVES


ALL PRICES.



I~i~hm Nnlow^o


Coffee:. Coffee::..-


l 'r.'il/ /tle at( mention o .
he ui. ier'f /iIfnlJ/ to 'i//
i/at'/ /liDt i(e har'e one f
/he b.st e/ltipped friaos/er,
in thle Souith. (ll /that we .
,artn furnish this /deliviousA.
bevcru'je ft /, price. -h Ds that fT
/leP/ competition. If'e also MARD 1 UG tL1
wish to remind you that our K.
Coffees are always fresh GOODS
from the Roaste.r J1T7iile -AT
others are old and have lost :
their aroma, ours is freshly. 6 0


Na-a'l Cata":5 ,uick'y yi;i-s t,,
tre:tmentt y Ely's (v:tii0 B:,li t.
which li a;ar---abvy aloin-sttit. It i-
re(e-i veid th!'iroiugh t!.e nli-tril-.
Ip.an; dliti heal- t.1e w1'.l0' -'I f;.t
over wHlich it dilfu-.- it--ef. A r'ei;.-
-dy fo)r Nas sl iCatarrh wl.ilch i (j lvy-
i(.,l or exciting to the. di-ea(d ineili-
hb'aee liuald nlt t'- n-t.-i. (Crieai
Hal!in is i te' niz.,d .a- a -pc' l .
Pi ice,.' e l-ent- at tdriiwg i-t- ,r by niI:i il.
A ci;ld ii the lh ad iirii,' di _:t I iv i i
ilwears. wiihen relm- I a ia t :it .
E!y BHrothlirs., ; VWait'.re Strtet. New
Ylk.
%varitl':in ( Pa.;, ins
Ab)ot oin-- year "a!os tes-' 'a..ln, ti
lPatitl;a what is known a- the Itt-li-
lit -.- ili They pi-r:-achi that they
ari- living -inless live- a.ti l are Ii!,lY
.li h th- lune.
I have a daughter whi-. wal- very
;priniisi ig and I iiade all the .acn-
tlces I could to educatee her to te-ach
school and last xaaminatioln -ihe
pa--ed and got a -clht i at II tinlir-
ville, Fla.. and since -!4.- coiieint-nced
teaching she ihas forsaken iia and
hone, all mly (colll.nsels aand enibraed
"sinless perfection."' Shlie lia- giverl
iup hlie -chiool, which wv.a- p 1 ini .i'Lor
.i l i:i a it :. ;ciI< I i..- .,t, .- i.f.. w it. !
til? I1wi col-- irl w i i1 ;i .0;i ,-. ill in
lby t I li f tIll a of (; -: I ; i a 1 ; 11 ,-
S, iiltti to Pallllett I ';.. ;o ;.i e ion
that do,'trmir:..
lt,.' i t .--r e ;t -.i+- t '. i" il1
d:lu_'ht.T. oily ,.; ;,., rI y1 .!<, o di.
WVa- l:ia li iid t.1'w:1. t :r ein C ;'ti .it
ti Illy W i-!;e- t ;;, .y t -- i ot t* n l,>p
.lii-t;ey lii th" hailed :1!.'lI ;iv *r )
rt;l :u wa% y Irna 1 i)te, -' : I I l d-,,
a -0 -;i), I) .d .
I W iIt ) ; t i o t ai ".;o i! tlhi-
t:hat I iov ily dai hlit-er tn! .r
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Th- Pensic.ola Library.
The annual meeting of the Pensla-
cola Library Association took place
at the library yesterday afternoon
at 5 o'clock. Vice Pre--idetut .1. M.
Roberts presibed an'd :a quorum of
the members was prese.*nt.
A communication wa-i read from
President Hays re-grettinr tOatt a
business trip away trson tht- c'ay
prevented his atteind:l.re. and i ron- -
l-ing l .ontiituied devotii ;o t! e in-
tesrests of thee i :titti>n aid anl
earnest support to Li- :c,.e--i i,
whoever he tiii.lt 1),..
The lniii t-.s ,t th.e '.* -. lin;g
m monthly ine .tii,--. iiit.lih ii;;,- ,t V ,t.
of thank- t.o 're-.d.iit H iv- tior tih-
genio r *i- a 1t ,f -:i ita.i w -i-r r .t-id
a tnd aiit i ov i.
I,(e ilntli -; Iorto f tl:e -,''r- r;i y
ari-.l tret-n,- rer w\vi- r-at. -!ii \N ii;.
the fiil'itn ., t! ." iihr ify to I.. ill
a heal'vby cit.(ili: i-ti.

rt-o- .':1- t!, a-l e-t ti.att n.1 :nia- N i.b osf th,- x\ -rIti .

it- r etp) .1 i1 -.,1i ti;- *" "+' -;o) i i t tvi "
Ill-t It tl' 1 ) >I.
"i nl + ;r i ] ,-l ..*.tio, ,.f ,,t i;,,-r- c:.-
ci, I, t i I. t 1 i 1 y f1 0r ;pr -i-
d. i t, D). J. }Iari 1'i -rpo;it f,,r- vice-
iple,- d--lt: aiNl i-- 1. )ttr. (i. l-'Flii
tir .r reCt:iry n (t .i r :i-'i t r ifter
w lhic" tlh In i. j .. ir d.


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1900.


LOC~N EWS NOTES






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t'ity'Ia!-t mazlit a i. r'.a- r d at

A 1. tala'raphls qpera~toor

Ifivert 1Jun"-ttions is:,.' a'\eI reidtiati
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BABY P01(P) RICAN7 TARIFF.
11- LIKES
IT
The Vote In the House Will Be
Very Close.


L4V 00.SENATE OPPOSIA) TO t'1:1:E TRADEIJ.

p osiballoity'of ( ulintiandIPhi~lipiane
Tra deGIe %(lte ike Mt~- m a
Nred of itatt '%c,% StefiI4(of V5.Ai.,bI
K / / ud Measurem.
CUTICLRA RESOLVENT i z ;.uron. sweet. i -I ''N .21..-I~j*S:!
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ta tice. TIiav objf.'t lesson Should re '-'.! '1 :jsL 11 i ca'i*X t If -1. ::;1
show the city how t' ica' it would be1..i 11( I i fi t 2 It'll W IS: it
to hiave thi-ae lights the entire I.-ngth j* i'.'J Sll52 Ul~sus151 it'i.l

fDoII't Iilif- the' excuritfJ2I to bp ran l.s'- !l1, :0,t.i t's.'t
to-,iiglht by tile young ladies lof thle
Elms.'rth f at1Fau.. vfr thei '21(Iilte .ii'iJ *js.l:'*.4M!"I11:Ali

II. d F rf i ckto LilrilladI. WTra Cin startss :!~5 14 js'441at
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T s i mst -,,1-1 't Iha' inform atI'iontor
he Wouldhi!I a"as.2t no s Iii:'j"l ing h Lnlic,

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I ttn~I.'C'.Thc !'cst drcss makcr
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'ii wcr a poor cer-,ct. ( 'mrsokO
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Do"w4-5''fl"T ie'.tic 1-vaird t 'a' .. .. .. ... .. .. .. .. eyar
4.uI)4411'S'rtcka -r t:12:'.: 1(1-va ......'.... s.'lot-'ard


*-NEW SILKS.


& ~~ ~'* ~Iill. Almdne.T t~a.ftC.11 *1t!"'New ('rputilin-.
LANU)ON X, BATC1ELLEPS .roe roa dy-fo r i 21 Tect i('2


TRACEY-HUNT


!NTERVIEVW.


iffrs !1 Il.- 4 1' I i.If,#Iton

if Moutit -ar- g:)". ace at lilt.' begiauning
of tod!ay'ii:'s (oi f Lis tesenate cotmmiit-
te:' si- 2'4'tlious as :.twilIiths ~to10Dr.
WVahiaamu Tracey. l' ('nt Li.211...was made
m' ovrl.~r to r'erinit tile jus3tices of the
sup~remio c(.lrr of NMo~itaua to be present
%vbxle Dr. Tracuv. '5' tSia tesfviDi'z, ashisj
teSEIMOny was olipoeted to de.tai arizeiy
with tile 1uAtem'ews Letween hbixlif
anti .Iuiti(e lluut and Attorney Geu-
eral NoIan.
Dr. TIracey related all his interviewed
w1iJL Justice Iitiiit and Attorney Gzen-
eiLLI -Nolim. E-3 beganI with his first in-
12'rview wit hiMr. Him-,t onlAug. Z%. IV.r
and ~ ihis report ww:a 'apractical Irepei-ti
tioxi of .lUbtip-4 Hunt's tes&1ti1Us.''1. C-;'
catpt a.i to t~i42atluluit 1I.1-tUtt!lieu "mid
ttu:.t at the firsr ~t atpe.-vio~vLmad in-
vitedl the ju~ilpo to h! i k. I"':rs ~~ezi
L'111 1 11,0 h:'.iurs;t'atl'd_ (, ''I. V(L,'st11

!h~iaij 2. fIlt Uv 1. u of i j.1 1 .121tou llakO
'I liet- 1,11"n w!~'.e"I n t sf ,tS' -,i'.tha.t
HlaIenia o. ;%. sipt' i.ai tramn] andl saiki le
ti',tj i t' '.1;' .* a: ttJart wils:a art


..at it ci iu i o2 t a' siziiier such a :sr 'j~o

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THE PEOPLE'S STORE,


A.


Schwartz,


Proprietor.


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111 "Sell Cheap, and thereby increase
UUK IlUIU. the business'!"-- e


Price and Quality.

You must consider them both. The mere ciiea/pne.s of
things does not make them devirahle. IUnless
the quality is right, cheap (foods mail prore
most expensive in. the end. )Yet the /act that
quality is right does not .justify ex.cessire prices.
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Our bargain Sales


Ilrh (1s-li'vnJai:21110 tfl,'l':nd.ltd'ap within you11 r mucl at pricb t:
t ni1 and ji:2'lams w','ii tpu1rchiias'e 2*421*buLt ilt.'r jr grads.
-trillg- winit sof the WeeskI.ly sr'iiEveiit-the 'fo'r'e' tl:*t


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-*-cThis Week's Offerings (-:

It r t 4 fI- 'd- (i i #-oV-I *'. 1:* i ro." i i a i i S priee- -:i- h '~t i 71" 4; I I .- 7 1 1
t I i:kuti i t =ill -a 21 t' 1. irrdI Sut -LlE-I mi 11111-t "'A".
All i 1)s j1 Ai L 'cd al stI r:Ic r t6 IIilthe g' C,1_1 t 2.- 4,1

---~YDress Goods Bargains!,,, (
I W XILLI1.1ti p AND ?('1111,FIRM T 14 INN 'I'l 1A !. if ~I'
01r.---4 i S*I- -~4rctoi-mzorr',w. a ri i i- at s *i *2. # i; r. :*a ..
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ritu 1 p icoaa. ing (........ 2...... ..... ..... .... 1*' x, 1 t ...... ...... ... ...


Winter Underwear for Men, Women and Children.

s I :11C f, !0.01! : -S:, ..A -r,- ; 11 v h (I.ti4s f to itr ht toVI y ~rwv.srar t jrive'-
cut t() hlf aiit id( It --.. \WI:.C. & -j'h 2ld (1322 v. 4S-tfck tip .and*I -a: 1)'a 1i
1*1 -l~la V.

-,-)-Bedding Bargains--J'F l
NV ii I b- incaludcIf'i i il thi-z MsTe21*, r .211and*! a ll ':21 hs.. II)'l2.i'v .11 ; :1 lt icIt
iii titir ,stolrt-. W o :ak-.. ostfte r -za.#-r j.IIe ''l~ ti t Yfou -ia -a !h.. vrop
2's!' lla-J at -it~dAt4vivo- ~Ethis pel ie~ h lo, 'ilal at'# 21 21ti. i.121112- 2l)'kt I
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Cha.s. H1. Turner,


1.-ARCHITECT4:


General Contractorc


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A Complete Plumbing Department und.=r the
Management of E. B. Morey.

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No. 19 S. Palafox St.


:: Telephone No 345.


:I.Till; 31:%! NA. VA I sWrOl1,1 S AI C k F-r.
12v j~ l~s jb.t-!r-* 'i f*-I- '.rpsorifrf 7Doily fair The Nevwn F?
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Three Large Stores


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Furniture at all Prices.




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Full ~ f F I I1N I TI I "-:. [Ts ft t- LIs.an I.,ro/. o
'-heWli ill l.i -t' a t-'V .*ai- ('Ip o(I/) /.I, hic/mero,'v'you
f]i!*i -l'It#.I P-1 .,tk i"r.' ttii" .'u.ant, (it MAarston 'Finch 'x-
:11: priis-'z '. 1,i tt~arx a~nd ''S l*r s'
Roc.k..-. hi'iz uid lirti.-. s' '1:5I"1FO E UIFL R o
th#-in. Foia EAUTIFUthRu.
8 tr'iia IIur*,li.N 'u).-1. and1* r~apu-rip.- 'if all k ind!-
Fn'n21 r 1111 Li~t2o'. ('al! at


Handsome pictures, bric-
a-brac, etc., in endless ar-
ray at rock bottom prices at
Alarston e~ Finch's.


STOP TIIAT LI.I';.%


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S THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 20,1900.


ROBERTS' REPORTS


PUZZLING LONDON


ACTS GENTLY ON THE

KIDNEYS, LIVER

AND BOWELS

CLEANSE THE SYSTEM
-, EFFECTUALLY,
DSp? o -- I- -
D- ti- E -
OVERCOMES -_ -

H1BITUAL CONSTIPATION
PERMANENTLY

1T"E e ICIAL IffECTS.
G T !.; '4,:. .,E M*A 4T 0 e y

CLL'IFO.NIA hGSW^CQ
rca sAt Bi *

THE JESTER.


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The trin "~*~ i'.-'.
wave 1.!,fa 54 -1 a 1: I j,

rFqicuch Ipr.-oo 'I orin. flth e Vastes-t.
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:?:~~.dDispatch-cs Have !he
..-I~i hGuessIng.

ISC2 ~JERETRAEATING 1

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ann bari~ u r 'SM'eii
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p1- r (A 4ILL. .~ I l. cl:'i :z c, ~ it
lI: til inaa i*".:! t T. i uau n
uuen erer3 wtv iv 'c.r t. aeu'aro
:eui b ade 4,ti re wuLii~l2tlvi a
ILi ire t ro ad lt -. i -&.r
p ratiCap) ee ra, 1;t.;' ::'ra. Eraban:%
sew' n e WA.uuceus,2- .rar eaig u

road fo: the advance of Licneral k..zt-
a' re.
Lilt Utllo-hfti neW. apD to 2:45 P
m. is a d:spatca 1ruwn Lord Ruoberts.
da ed Jacobrdsi. 11,40I p mn. sunday.
contiruxiig top pri'ei announcement re-
gariing .renera: BrabisuL's movements.
BOERS CROSS THE TUGELA.
Driven h y 1,i~ler not it Ifii yard Wlth

Ls:.".Fel -Tae war c4-Mce has
ref oived the t.. '. ng dispatch from
Uenora: Bu.:.-r:
"C-:iEr' iiFY CA-.% Feb. "1 -1 es-
terday c..o-ei ar.:ua --;...e enemny'sfl:!nk.


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ron t:.e u nu- : a -. ..:n rsd
the r-ek..ur'r~1 v'.. r r"?;rof tne
.-cnA n .a~ ur.ri-r i: irani, a,;-
lau.'ed and toi i tat- fou*Lr-u e o
--I fie Va'ar-I .-r : n ,h '- t or
iveV.07 5. : a.ndti nt- %t'.~:i tn-i ..* ro.
suru~re bn :..'te~ .f t:i :p 'x-n tri.
ga.i. 'i4au Isi -,"e e i-ern '!:III Of ta,.
,e p: -. T,-:t., a \, 2. % tflrue =yelnwij bri.
Cal Ca :. ..uthe ..Exrem-right,
war h,-d T!- .i- A!lern 6., P-9 ,IMonte
('bris-o in ~nl;.C.Ve i fof 01tUien-
emw atteiz,:u. u ,t!; e,-apa miere from
our Firil .r" i7tr
"Ailtan t. i oy vp04lr Vrtili~erv fire. on
t:at'ir fcrnt manalfl ini :nu attac;,2'alonl
tbp,,r flsa'k hn- rear,.~ t..A'!ei~v wade
2 ut si.t :11Cres:5'3a-ee t!A. al and-'tninng
tae'ri~r,-triz 11-t.ii. waredriven
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PERSON ALITI ES.
Joan ID--P t'-zk., has Iliad a theater
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Hisllrr Makes Cdplure.
Ln~:.'.Feb. 14.-Itlis officia.1v an-
gpou&icd that (;enerai Lollor reports
tz'a! he flag eartmred several camp@. a
,ini'MWT V f amrnfluofland a number
of prisoners.


THI I


FAVORITE


Place For Pensacola
Buyers to Buy


Choice Family


The Well-Known,
Up-to-Date Store


JENT Z & CO.,


E. Government Street.


TELEPHONE 261.


DAILY MARKET REPORTS.
COTTON.


NKW YORK~
Januiurv
r euru.try..
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July


F"b 1"s


GRAIN AND



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PROVISIONS.
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NAVAL STORE;.
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a. -e fruprt'3eut.Ltives. lie. W:11


te t- Cat ?*o riiect~ui;.a, tne cat'1*
Iani wi.. iniTrcdu,: tne *awii.ns rra-
t, rPre!- dentILa-tiam iiaa.-l yesterasiv:
1.5(v oY) 1'. :i c.rats trout out 0o
!0%%.U wi.1 e, We to A:.azira Eo hear our
fl~tn~U~L'eI nebt. I lave received
numvters (1!,.eite:rs rcaneaiing Demo-
crrtic 13e sin vari'ons a.OCtiols Cof
Georgia Annouflc:nz rneir lurent~on of
te~ngc p:esent ou tiue occavsinof AMr.
Lrv'an' a tac~rcss.
"irz osu.istiist Democrats in Atianta
are auxwous to hear tne fanious Ne-
bra s i n. lie w,:, b" g~en a rousing
reco-p:2taif. and ii K ninq w:11 be ieft nu.
douLe w unmine L2-,-visit a nuiabie cue."

7AF!.h.. eb 1~- A prraninent nflicial
(If ine gI 1trunment. aseakiiu-to the cur.
re-prn.-.eur ,,f r.e As.-, :ited Press re-
garaing tac )-I!ri-.rcauccn-tructuon of
t. e Yoatrabcua canual. 4ax~i tuat the hope
f tue 1'Irettcflpt, :'Is..that the Ameni.
S:;n 1ytrtiiit 'A..)flt d-( i,e on what
r,4u-.e tue canal s'iiaii ta!.e Uzi ttto
Wi i-er t m:rnibp:onzmakes its r..porm.
We _-1zk. 'no -aid, *-it is bui reaefn*
ai..e tnt tUe AD:0nlOn f exp-rts and on-
ir upers s8L'u dfite rewaroied before a

N, eW .111111a u'g'uipgmal1.
Ez:'ti~; ~A. a.. Feb. 1I Th 9
Treu~e;;r Brown Ure and Minningt CUM-
imv bas t'ec-n organized here with
cartlta (~i. J. NVCorner of Sa.
"annab 14 Tresi.:eut and treasurer; IK
Ii. Cobb) of Anniston. Ala., is vire preg.
,,en! and geupratI rausazer. The corn
znav has 1rurch&a-ed extensive iron cre
ttrOperties near Jacki-onil~e. 12 mile-,
tirr-rf of tbis city, and wili mine and
,h~rp ore ..aU a lar,..e s.'a.e to nearby fur-

N-w 1lsiti,%.hip lI'consin.
SAN jYR4e_-r44* Feb. 19.-The battie-
.nxp Wiscowtin. now tui~iing at the
Uno ironivorks, is last nearing corn-
rie iio. ~Sve wilI probably be ready
tor Dt.:Irio, tmu before July 1.
PROFESSIONAL CARD.

DR. WM. C. DEwBE.RRY.
oFrIOE-Harmah Bros.' Drug Store.
RFMDEINOE-400 E. Jackson Strep

Win. H. MareaD), M. D.,

flasuopalhi, Ptyslmin anI Snrgap,
Late 1)f OAIA. Fla..
4 'f!-r !2i4 pro-a'"'ona! -rrv.cr'. t0tb'- c~ti-




Dr. W inerS. Hll.

Masonc TePle.PNo. l364.


Real Estate Agents,


!,R.F-rN [ '.4.ENTY-T" ) 'F 11
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A- 1F.T Ft'1)F 1 1TY. P 1,A T K
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CUP.AANIFS". .. .





0OO1UM~PONDUNCE SOLICITED


'11e iworTrium~ph ori/laster Brc%%inl

Cro-*ned by colrnoisseurs
everywhere as uqcorqdifiornal
fy thre choicest beer brewed.



THPIE C'iR 3T, AN JLC? BflREWiNG CO
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ALLIGATOR


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SALOON.


)OPPOSITE UNION DEPOT. -:@


W. C. NORMAN, Proprietor.


Telephone No. 46.
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--."THE CHOICEST AND MOST POPULAR BRANDS OF:--


WItSI:1s, Wllm, SLIUIDS, COIDILLS,


@:-BEERS, ETC.,=-

II WO0B AND GLASS, tARGE OR SMALL VllATITIES.


SOLE AiENTS FOR


PENNLANI) RYE WHT-.N-).
WOM4)KHILL SOUR4 MAS~H.
YELL 'VWSTONV I AY H.I-
D)All')-MAIl)D [~Y
ATI4A"TA B1t!'WTN'iN 414'ilA')NN
CELEBRIAfEI. BE-K.% .


SOMETHING NEW
SO METHING NEW


- EVERY DAY-
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HALL & KLEIN'S


Mammoth Retail Grocery,

502-504 SOUTH PALAFOX ST-.
TOlCphonx3.x 8300.


LW II': -N. w :.A W(ld. r.'4


Telephone No. 147.


McMillan Bros. Co.


(_ Coppersmiths,

General Metal Workers.q

SManufnft ers of and Headquarters fcr ,e "

Celebrated McMillan Seamless Turpentine Still,
CoMplete Outfits always o hand, aud retiring doe is the cou .

MOBILE, ALA.



-:rJOHN PUJRDYh:,,

Foundry a d MYlachin e Shops;
<'i i;.:. \H I F'. O.'IK. J-: IN } i:-. 1,\ A:, I'lN.k. FV 1-


Telephone 34q.


Punmacola. Fla.


P ~ ~ \~I'~fj5-1N 'IiK11RTRUC'K-;. ,ML.


Dealer in Machinery, Fittings and Supplies for'
statn m W M6A U- A-.


Cold Weather
Coming. a
~'Ii-np rr'.".Wo w:II -not'
er r.~j::( I e~ it' r...4A IP4..v

IDOMPSOP. O1ser) U@,c.


Coal and Wood.
4tt.'- a Y 'ardI s E. f'0,r-r / 7 1
ii:: EA:1uitu.,' .


GROCERIES GENERAL IUINCE


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Feb. 15,


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WHERE REPUBLICANS

WILL HOLD THEIR


NATIONAL CONVENTION.


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PAIN RELIEVER,



Pmtpaoro ev Dw. EARL S8. SLOAN, BOSTON, MASS U. S A .



Delmonico Hotel and Restaiurant

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

1) R0ooms fop Rent by the Day, Meak or Month. L 1
311, 312 North Tarralona Streit, Opposite Unino Depot.
O-Teiephone 68.-0
--*:.GEO. WILSON & CO.,.:- -
Don't Forget to Stop With the Fat Man
[RESH VIPETA[[ REsIYIo DAILY, HOMLEAiE Ial i. -
it"" !'!I, I"""' Pensacola. Florida. .


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O0 PENEACOLA. LA.


'NM. H. K~NOWLES, WV.A. BLOUNT. F' .!.N1. W. N. ifYE!'. 11
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L"0FW e !raiw' ur own Bill-, of Fr '~. ;-,. t j;'.Cjj,I ci;: ,
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after VPe34l Arriv,4.ver
fAV.Safety Depwift Boxes for Urnt In Cciinectlon
with which we have a Private Alpartmeaut for the Ume
of Rent-orls.


An Mm AVERY,

UMPORTRP. AND J RCP





Aga00 nd Tinware Znd P-""l. .~ -


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it & irnnd C;)!'rg,


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R,-AL ESTATE ANO BROKERACE.! !ALilP


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WAITED.
Waited to kuy all kinds of SacenU


b V-a r, s IP c edlat: ~essonable a~cs



Folt STEAM I)IVJ-t0%tN
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IN f rel gb t v-dal water 3:111 p m.


V. 1919 ~7.-9


Shop, Rear cf oh .. & fon s Stor,
INI Ni'FEN('IA ;I;


HINDER 8BROS. 5 0c.o


W106LISAL 0EoilOt,

Palafox Street.


iN| g 1or g 0 Pensacola. Florida.



-Importers and Il-aler-. n-- Thet tn('yCap7 ul es r. iperior
t 1 142 of (.1op1 .,
Chinese and Japanese c, .--'A and Injection.
Thy cre ina 48 ,'urs the
*=Fancy Goods,= i same disease without any nco.
WWIl NCITETA T S'AR. vmee SLOSTALLDRUGGISTS


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For Sale.
Slot m1 SawlC. eli/I rcomp~lete


~'J'6- ,;(; l,y I. J'ect id/i, ne
~"/s/ilrooi/. Filer


(!vie~ 4'v/P' 111/ c 'I lcry l Ca-
par/ III,,cl/tjiiic t" fb. ia r/ic


Geo. Pfeiffer,


Agent,


Try I. On T-? it all L' :i!s.

H. A. WATER,


Butcher and Green


Grccer.


PHONE 172


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8 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1900.


FEEDING THE GUNS.
now *ritash Troops In Action AVO
bapplied Withe Ammunitio.m
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ne:.4vimou ncis Inv cansltalitcy for .13 nit 22
ofl tilt P'ac.- ofthe city (If'tri't. ii te
tbc a ct fun of Ithe Dofltifflit IifprirneirI.'.
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l".er g'Iao -1 Stperinime't~era
To t he- '. etf-r~ret I':-en rn lefia C :o-ti
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Feera:i.yi1; h inzin w'.ir Ihetl'be. We l 1 4".-

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11 an rtl .oIU, e / rnit il'e.
.1lfarston. t Fine/ih, are (n,

faieet j stork ll(1 yoe. -lol .v4/

You toyOm(f lotig f)tiline aw/


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-::~ GREAT MID-WINTER -4




illA iNG AHi 8TOCK AKiG SAE


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


Big Bargains!

IN DIES.S (W)I)S, SILKS AND SATINS.


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


Big Bargains!
IN LADIES'- MISSES'. C(APES ANI) JACKETS. AND) IN LADIES
TAI OA)R-MADE DRESSES.


Big Bargains!
IN LADIES SILK \ND BRILLIANTINE -KIITS AND LADIES'
FLANNEL AND SILK WAIST-.


,IN




IN


Big Bargains:
OURl ENTIRE WELL SELECTED MAMMOTH SHOE DEPART-
MENT; EVERY PAIR GUARANTEED.


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


Big Bargains!
IN OU'R MILLINERY DEPARTMENT.
Sailor- and Walking Hat,. worth $1.I, and $1 5), :oing at t:;hi li Clear-
SingSale at p.5 api-ce-.


Big Bargaind !


IN ( ARPETS. MATTINGS. W'NDO\V SI.x\DI). LACf (I'RTA INS
W\ haivo received direct from Jap ait, one:- c.ir-loi d eof .1Iattiin;:
1Landtione Carpet lDe-igno. Thte low ;lrice- will -,irprjie yoIu.

COME AND SEE THE GREAT SELECTION.

geR'n(,meuiber our Trade Dicountt. 5 off of all Ca-.hI Purchias-s!;B


YOURS ANXIOUS TO PLEASE,

. COHEN, FRIEDMAN & CO..(-"
r'NMail Order- Promptly Attended To.'IB


W. B. WRIGHT COmPANY,


%4A NI F-AO *Ti 3:1- :.A, l1e11'ii.N EkI-t I N


LUMBER, LATHS,

SAW3D CYPRESS 8HINGLES--Klin-Ecriedl ,as

PENSACOLA. FIA.


YaE TeL NBW&' WAIT COLUMI!


-F. E. BRAWNER'S*.-


STOCK-TAKING


SALE


CONTAIN UES THROUGHOUT THE WEEK:


Tfese Goods are all t,)is SeaSop's Buyirq a9d will be pr)loaded at agd


Beiow ITarufacturers' prices


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L1an negotiated. 6 to 8 p-'r
Sink ley & Daniell.- -
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F 1. ~ It iiAre-'H I i- no (1,,. %r
r,:w 4-f pi;r- hr.ed Hr.'ewn L-
Leavie oiraerr'.at Parlor Marke-t.

V. R%- -%LIE 01R EN'T-A :f4-ai're. far,
U selLl lcieteri. ? -04orv dawvlIkngand ecu-
biuU-0'.. all iiend'4 Of fruit tree-%. ApPly
fl.-imanI reewen. -ur.,t .&tLke. for Inf.
niatieet. or ad.ir*-s-2S. 1). My..r*, Olive'. F
~AL-' rr. -eer..rra anfl.1k
chi' 4 eeIteLl.J..M6 i Tmv in1jr-

It SA 1,F -F, ft e ii'or i n w e r n %u t-
I r-.frF 2. kC4.OU Ihiv'e). tan b.-
CWft' -:Ieff k.e.dliff
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',ALE-NIEN WANTI'iAt 'it '
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%d r- : i.- 3C-enipi)psi;'r..
land. rI clf.'I OK oeef~r

1'Fin-so mit

xp# hae- y Adts. A. L. MuA

nov94 I
W AINTED-Old besr battleat anr~'!- a
seer Br'os.



thepi r~zner-and ar'. .!l1 ,'ir-.
ius'ta!;m'fi'-'l" it d.-i r-i .%7r'''r
f'.r pain atnd ft-vers at eettlc,.:


jISS VLIsF CH IPLrY Prmnaary Pt"
IN mand Kindergarten 1%Innow ogwt
its Iifth term ina the repsidm.-en.at t.,
norF of I'aluitsox and Jarkson atrowt-4.
trance on Jackson. Terms tU.00 p~r rn',n!.
AL AD FI %Ip
.Ico'rne-r C4 t-agaild tVaVlllo s trett-
delel. prine.p-eI N fetht te-rm 6'.,,tina 4 P


A% 7'.Ile W'etn-'zg:t ;; r-el dre- -'*h
Fit t le'm .tp2te'dY W."'k :i'. 'j'
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CALL AND INSPECT


01aLED i reicDat


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8 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1900.
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FEEDING THE GUNS.

Now libitiab Trops In Action ArO
anppIted With Amimosittlow.
If It were not f~t U3t tre is a very ex-
cellenit an(I -Ialoaotnte syiitetn of supply-
lug; solde~irs %With i inumutitioLI (luring
tho. (J a- cf' ig'it. it would 1w ~al-
nwtit !ceai so I I :m to 'kany Jart*.on.
Moderii 1 in,~-are very 1heavy
thittgs o If, 4arr. longi., rI lert. the
Iit.aii Irr''- ) tioftihe- c-i'*naail the
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froItn ':ic-tI Of te'114 1 1? e ituice
j~o~ti~ i b ?-I' Z 'Flo' .-fcl:)v IIII rt-

cut for 1:4- cee'ct-1'i iij I 'al it'e e:2cii (If
any of Ihlie'I'a ttal lc ajasbefr'uz1n lg etacb-l
ed froint t!it- i -hdby receie te heir
own cart'. tetck again.
In addc t on teai lie o i ovo there is al-
ways with the r&-gul.-r fltlhLnitinitJ (01--
uman 77 rouand% mfor each mana. antd a
further supply is carriled in t he **an-
munition pack- Of :5I3 u'ouncS Ipr tmnn.
Acimordingly the total afflotint c.ar-ried
In the field (tor iouch infantry soldier
works out at :',if rotindst.
The men ho aclually bring.till the
cartrIdges to theit-r vtamrdes (if the
fighting line vP ic-!c'c.ted front ocli
company for their strength aind ingitv.
The ditty oft lring!:zIII upsupplie-sof
ammunition tcirit'jtg-in engnlg-miett1-ir
a very f-ird-tv-111A tllf' ran'!.u' v ii. moslt
pbysic-ally 1l'It arc' 'ile t.' tc:it~'!Ifut it.
TIhenilc' .he "1101-Net-o le-101iV -1inbt-
tnlion njr't v e ~.1to ;-.,t within -.(R)
ya-Ids ''I'vtIc' -t-il f 3I'in :HiellThe
enrt t'ni n, i jn1.,a d...T-onIlutto


A Prc.dq ~cr Mill ExIolo-ioaf
Renmov. vc-rvt-ti~itin:i 'g. -
dci dr.;-zt:c flir;v- ral b~~- ut tiectli
areinictvltydIatig'-reii-;. IDoni't ci. ia-
b'cl '. t. III, eliatt- Yi -hi. e'rcvte 4,c91 vtur

Life Pijl* wj.ihis.uI a' ge- I ItIev:1i; a

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i bitit, etI wow cl'.4zv -v-itil

Pas*in KJ4Im." wrie-o- Mr. W 11. t-
pl-ton. Ho, rinieft. iPa. "I hit :vp bhc-a
Full icted withiirocu'ma~d-inllfa -av'a
N-e3rs aindl nive tri-d remeiiedi's witli-
-out nttiabpr. bw Patiin lI~m iai tho'


For!aF iiie hiHaici~thl l-ca,'.. 2i S. IPA-I

THOO.('.CWATSON & ('SMI'ANV.
ILeutl vt'atsio. InoeturativePandIluental
Age-nts. Now I Saith l'alaf.ux Street.

-~Not. %k*..- ice t'laaiE
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HARITIMEG
AZRIVED.
Spaniet 1vns. 1110l143e. Luzanaga. I ienfue-
goc to(in I tTrarbit Cco
hr bkt N ic-anon. h2 ol" t Pie-rre. to
JI'j A )Merritt
4 LFARrLJ.
Ant ; cb Ciifford I Vaniti'. .7. Ic'cr. liv
gkittntir MIg Co for )tartar.za!.. umit
21si'. ,n *It tnAilbii-n. '.alun'i-ast 112.-0)t
Aw t Ok iLaqr rt 'olkci-tt. ItMerritt. I y J noe
A %lerritt & tCe f.)r I a0ailyaCc)Cf',, N, Me.icc'.
Sit ifla I IN [on.r,cisa. Vi-si t~et]at V410'
A in -clc kiunu-r.'..Mayo, by wUA~tar to.- N. w-

"A Ii1,X71.
Fr ?,. Torinol:4. !Pe-wiH [i van'i
t~c r -aM 4armv.-. bct u ,d.-r. C.a. --. "in iv

AT Q'lAHAiN'TINF.
N-cr .I-k na.7 V'-.Iunr--t 1 .r
Itlt.''avru -1e.H17 t ten-AIi. it)

Vur- 1-_ot 1= lC,-l~D~


EAAKIA MIN 1P')1-

I'.- 'a'I- n--. I l-tcc.r.Ilanii: ton. o
Br Ct~ir'.1'.And'-,:*,,.n. fto Buitr'.

hr n-ca. .7. iiatrtcn' I. t.t~f Iran-it
Xu-: I -ran u,.t'ir' hto tjif


[(ncs Hnmnov.;n-uI 1;,,7, Pattia,-f'iIli t
Lu" (t.-L~~t~c. 7 I.1orecillIalki. tio V."
's(icSNic t t-i. I .1K'n .t- r.-
Nm PatiniA:. ; .:e -iiVei jitcI II
I: \aniloc', J 11%' lt t tu Lc)-it-Co Lni'
BAIRKF.
Hr An!!i-t''in ga7.vtt~e!. 11ter-n-'ii. lie hau~ii .
Iwune cd'.' at '.
RtO...A'u..tnLIllt. '.11. F~i;wI.-r. to o'r(!,,-
It A Ir1eLuI-uTuJorrizaui,. .II'-%. 'T1'raii/and
TI'rinidadc to onict-
It At ve-uirt% o 77" trctto.cb P -I 'On
It If.l-rng~l-ioPl, t toi-f .4tic:acr-. ]LtIZ'-
%%.nd 'v & I ou
.Not- I`tos-n. -.WLarw4-ni. to W. 1 Wittii-
4t o
Nonrlni 'tioe-n. --i. n n!mty-.. t'c 4)r 1--v
Nor Hellos,e i-21, Nai..eiis to W h bK.-~a.-r &
Nor fIt ghfliier. 4'. 'p5. Ani r-on, Iteo 1,C
Lu'; Helzoi. 67. Akka-nit~d, to Peunisacola
1. 1 rn en r'Co
Non Lady Gladys. 1,27-4, Jacobsen, to F~en-
sacols Lumber Cci
Non Loutagfellow, '.iO, n-ve-nd.on to W 15
Keysvuer & Co
Non Marwarc'tfbi, 1,L~arsen. to W8
Not, pipi isa, I1127. Pedersen. to Penitacoln.
Liar I +o
Itum Paul. 'tag. Laondstnoin. to order
Nor Kuba-ni Scrafteon t.i'itJensen, to
S5 S L (o
Non Sumetrlidt'.11tF'; Elling';on,cld for 8.ue-
flcit Ay re4A
It Tonnietts Y (;aggitu'o.1il'h Totitiettli.
to order
Non Viago, t!:M*, Mancu-w.tn toie'SKc-eycn
Am Vetc'tan'Ii, 77a. io.cka-n, to E E t-u1aun-
den'- & Coc
Ili- A!vc'e Brwlm'i'aw, H-- Iamtmionde. to

1't Krothelien. 125. e alit'. to i ,tlcia-
Ant Chttanisa 1. olfro inc'. !. Williatfil. toi
'Aiil Ll-ncA. Iitv 1--.i251. B illcc. t', t~tot4r
Awlt leay &'ro-''l. tt, 1,c Nlvi.' itt, cad f,,r
Am feito-t, in 7. Ait inc, to iwn 4!or
InSno-cai A. 4iia .Itf for hav-~ns
J.CLIIARItEUA~r, BAILED VFUR PEN-
laACeLA%.
STEANIHlPIt
1'nriirtncoi,,.. r. p flowut'-,' iytIt. .larl 12
Fic-4.cli it. kir'. I.';o" Hafluii ir'd6%e, k2aulbutr~n
Intl. 14)
11 ud(,-r~fieid. i r. .. ~itnI' rr v..1la n 3 1
$I nt irwlic. Nf r.c I :vi. eel-el i. tftw.o'r a. .1 lLn I'
t;a I dn.'lttr. !Hi *-, S t1( r v. CucI I'd If. Fir' toI
i- N( ie c o n. t,4antimz-.-ij. "Id lfurny.
Jan ;.

lciv.Br. 1I1411. l'cU' *(HIciT. .Intl
Tlio%)O'6'4.1iuman.tirt. 1414. \4VIi.t.511 A .i Ol-
tefclaumi. i-ciaL
1','lilfoei. N'or. ^e,., Cii n'ston--"ii.tat N'wncas-
Ili.'. II-nIcti. H n .'Ic't m ,aiia 1ac2
/aai ituna n Ur'I.1 Full 3' ie'i

6+r %1 i-. -1t' I'ilialuucxian`'5
I& a cqep.-tA *1.L;,. .Id r'c'A ialcia li-e 7


-iit-i or, :44. O'li tr--ton,. Jan
-f-l ti, It f*'-i. at l,- Icanti. Nctv I"-
'n-re-t ll i. n# ,('.iX i o l' I Jmn ItI
EQ ,-nr. Phi1W ic .uan.'iaoJan It
olo'.. La.. cid zn'.ntt eonc lmitdg1I#.,, 2


'I h u1rticIIW1vi i i1-)Va'1'.' ill f!-cc.-

fr, tuds, l cat'intlim whowciiuluiho zit -
'r tetil'.' iu.;t ke-ep Iher L'lr.If !-he
Is%-3 v k, -ivkl%' ai.-4 l nil n do% i. i. at
will Ito- fetjorm'tt' Full'1inn (:lab. I f A-t'

he(r 1fl1u; iioHtd w~ill cause i1111ip
I1c4iitcho *~. ki.I' j:e.t aii1 e
wre-tchelC j'uAici.Electt I(- IW-
tc-r~i= Iii''b- n'dliolle Ill11ft

i%-. ;d iit x- :.11. )16k 1tit'he l.i, .Ii t
tl' it y -i eIll. II c 1 l t. -v0 t.
I I.It will Ias 3ga i-ll .1

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AN l!-'Xt f fi0iO

jo ~ ~ ~ ~ Oc I-je'e' ecm ''rthe I1nrn
tglt' anild F. tihiektI'ltl Iiailactial.
Tkle I't'lll, l1t~iitq" -f Eptvor:lin
I.'.a~'~tx-ll Cb.11 exc)'tIio~li trail
-cv'-Uthtlt' Finavili nd FiI el olckt-ili
rainti'au II~ -jC't-velilliize et)v t
1jc-kc-t- f. ::.' 1:11d lcl t-Ill' c-,w
'.; I 1.. En-t Oil -de-'ti
attctnt '1.) a-.Traii.i 'wavu..V 3t
-'p. I] ntn- ntchSfree.

Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup is the beat medi-
nc emr-c.' ni~-.L arynigihi., qu.1n-y or
t, ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ O n-lts -~'' r- fIf 'ct S tkli.-i' Ifid


POLITICh L ANIONCEIENTS.

F'or Sheriff.
I hereby announc- myself asa a candidate
for r- beriff of ga,unnbia County. and re.
spoo-7tfully .. ak the support of my filesuda
aied v.'tors of the cv unty. If e.loeted I will
ai-.eha.-e tho. d if i.oP il bail1 office t'f~leintlny,
fairly miod impjartially.

For Shecriff.

fm.I k-t 'm to t L .-11 MCIof L- ,-o*.'!-'
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;I. -. .Iiv tnnc,urnc- myto-,9lf a evrdi~i~to, for
i*Cto.1.J. C. VANI'k, T.
I -I- (rkeof ithe' Cirouir ut
I ..r. 'rv *-''f as a mycrr4 i~ Eildidl it-
..- r.. mooepci.-,k (it ti. ci.i lt-* ilrt
itti n- i.;. t e Nuppu~rtof tit- % -v. r-
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I .'h i.!II toI.'-~If :a c4ir~ddt1at,,
c.,* i. e or co k of ti.. cirvuit (-4. 11I ,
I-- ~an a *l.lit v fitia I I' b.- pW.$Ii- )
voffjr' -r- ofit i v f. r(II i i t ,4 ki '!.f

i ter Tax E'olI. Cleat'
for g .~rt,:i :.,.Tasx c'i lvt'.r v of I-. ,ii'o
.*'C..r V. A.i H I )t' -X LVl.1r t V AI2F.

I or Tax Coalcrol-or.


ofE-CamcLa ,)COiUI.tY aL (hO tlls~illii V.-' 11Ll
M A NY ~Ik.j1


T l 1' '.- c an i ia v i f 1 W )V F I P 11 1I W. i s ~ j t to L b
(Al:4I:uOw i'd.,rino~,ratic pririkara. -.
Foar C('omaneTrraestaroi. -
I h.'retv a;'iinitiznt- myself a'i n 'in11lntd
*0(t,'f)('floln at I(itlat.. tia .-'irvir of ofueik
('uctilitv. -Utol.*,*t to a doci-clk]n ft the ect'U11111
.1.'nimeritt itprinkary et-e-t ion. ailaitrt.pa'c'-
fit I v Rutent t h latipport cof tI I~tsVeri e.of I[,,*
Cciitflt, pi.'cIging nifslf feit tchrIbf:tnni. I(tit-
-ait.' f~atithfulIperforrimmto of dut(lly flint I
hayc' 'nvlt-avoreei to fulfill duinginv pnrot,
tenure of the ol~lict. J. W. Fk:AFI h.

Fir JelIntatiiv f she Pot ace,
A.t tho suggestion of nurnerous fri,,nris. I
lao-eo-by un teounceto iy candiadacy for .luoetleo
of t lie Poaco- of the city di4triet. %iij'Lto


- WOW- -W-- N "--


SP, Fi4L & FICES.
Cohen, Friedman & Co's oT 4 woq.


0 00 RRCIET STORE.


0 0 *


V--i, GREAT 3MID-WINTER-@







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



Big Bargains!
IN DI.ESS (0%W1)S., ILKS ANI) SATINS.


Big Bargains:
IN TABLE LI.NENS. TOWELS. NAP'K!NS, ETC.


Big Bargains!
IN LADIES' MISSES.'. CAPE. ANI) JA('ICKETS, ANID IN LADIES
TAI )LO-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-
MENT; EVERY PAIR GUARANTEED.


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


thu action of the nomtinane primaries -
JAMES B. LANDuItV.
J A o-4oR. LAN,1)RU,-V,,,,.Big Bargaim s!
For S'lio -1 Superintewn.ent IN OUR MILLINERY DEPARTMENT.
To the voters of E-camhia County: ailors and Walking Hats, worth $1.0o and $1 .z, going at this- Hig Clear-
I haerebcy announce nmyoelf a eainalda'e f-i
Hupeimlntt'ndeit of Pubia t li nl truction fr S ing Sale c apiet-c.
E'-cambtit county and ask the suippjrt ofn.> i I, _--_-
;i itrid adtiI voters gencvra.ly..C J. BF..I.. Barg in 6!

V-' .r ziup rintendt n i o t 'uI !he I IIl- 1
Sr up. loen.l .f -uhi. N ( ARPETS, MATTINGS. WINDOW SI.ADES);. I.ACE CURTAINS
T h true', in. yI have received direct from Japlin oti car-Itiad off Mnattitg;
h'v itl.ill' y'.if a K tot-ndila ftri .- -Handsome Carpet D)eigns. The low price- will surprise you.
* ic:. '" te tI hot'lli"e tef ioIunity HupelI' ttI-
',nt f 'Itilhi,'.t..rctttion I Ii III COME AND EE THE GREAT SELECTION.
pl~H,- t|'lt t ui h iav thi c support t(,f muv f 'ii .'ls !
mtid o VQj',rs i'oil-rnlly it tIle colt tl i, g d ill'o-
cratic prniiitt.', .-ietion. N.n.CooK. | Remember our Trade Discount, 5',, off of all Ca.hi Purclhases!"t

Your Credit is Good YOURS ANXIOUS TO PLEASE,
For iati.thiti ino iarhliouspe. W have I
a Ina:,rIr,- ;t. ,,rtirrn. oofCouchp..,' P.eI 'COHEN, FRIEDMW A N & C0.!(
Latg'-e, Toile.t et' aSnd le'droiiqln
Sites. Ironlt lIB-ds-tead- at $4 up "Mail Orders Promptly Attended To.'t
I. M. PRYiOrIlt -
B.r.:iin Furniture llou.'. ,


IDeNVitt'-. %Vitch IHazf.I Snelve ips
tintequv i.l- (I for piltes, It' i 'inri- a:tfi '1
!.kin di-pa~de--. It is ttit (4-o r itaf : I
WiwiteH [az.elSalve-. Beware cif all
O-mmoitrfoit~t. Ii ftru' i".' Pvi'rlmlo('y,
John 11Shepard .S. hi4br -

.Vot/?in crso sets off ahbOllie
its~ 1,ati.swdx L Jurniture..-
c'l1arstofl4, Fin~ch.have an,
ilfl.1fpJLsC .tock for ,you, 4 fso s--
feet/por n (111theyi illis(,1l
it to you. on.lUon (vtint;le and,


MA.NI FACTI I E AND I l, \ LE' IN


,, LUMBER, LATHS,

SAWUD CYPRESS SHINGLES--Kln-Briei Saps
S_ PE SA(OLA. F IA.




TiY IB IIWI' WAINT COLUMN!


F. E. BRAWNER'SW


STOCK-TAKING


SALE


CONTAIN UES THROUGHOUT THE WEEK!


These ( oodsare all tiis SeaSop's Buyirq ard will be dr)loaded at agd


Below manufacturers' prices


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\ onill ii 'l' lr t'l .H \.c) :'I;t I('


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Title: The daily news
Uniform Title: Daily news (Pensacola, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
Creation Date: February 20, 1900
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DAILY


NEWS.


PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, TUESDI AFTERNOON, FEBRUARY 20, 1900.


NO. 15.


in the Channel at the Entrance of the Harbor.
w i i


:-OITIaTH PINN1AL- STnTE-ME-NT OF=


The Equitable


ASSURmNCE


Of the United States,


SOCIETY


FOR THE YET:R ENDING DECE7VTBER 31, 1899.


ASSETS.


- 4 1 ', 4*2



,,47 4s,4-. t1


1 .1 l]-:- it ,' I: t '. t. !i. tt 4.1" *IN "
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alance!. due fI. ... ... .........
I nit s' t at<- ie l-at. 7i7 nd-
ir. -' a la ti" : Il' .*' .
k l . *IV r- $S13,71 i -




l,,.ure and ,i cel b ui) din 's ....... ...
a rk.h inBunko andupurchaTe-ou uilr foi-
interps. t ...............................
Dielancfe due from aum-entt...............
I uter,-.t and Rents due f$1l>.774.22 amd
a tc c ru el :($4 04 ,12 1 )...... .... ..... *....*
Premiums due and in proce-s of collec-
tion .... .............. ........ .. .......
Deferred Premiums.....................


1i


Total Assets.................S28,91


27, 1. 7 4




.,274.M'4 tu)

1,286.8o


Wt hereby certify that. after a personal examina-
Soiin of the ecariti-s atid accounts described in the
.ireproiti .stateme-nt for the y-ar 9e. we fird the
-.,imt to be true and correct as -.tted. The stocks and
*t.nd- in the above -tatemi, tit are valued at thlie iar-
.. ir('- liecem'ber-br. isw.r.
Fraaici-- W'. Jack-,ln. Audi:ar.
Alfred V'. M:-tio, t-,dl Auditor.


LIABILITIES.


_A -- .;!,tI'e Fund (,r Ro-, rv, in ai! x-\-
a-.n: pzili.'iAes hy ,S-oviety', valuaifijl
,>utatjioin litv N. V. I lii-urutite J)*-
ir.;e;ft .ll6...; .'.z M. 3*'pem .-
I.i. ca.rtifitc( ........... ......... 21c ; 3 ',1 .75 7 (


i total 1.iabilitics ......2...... 219,073.'So) 03

S urpl -1 ................... ........ 01.1 17.477.77


INCOME.


Pro, in i ;i IRe ;4 t- ; ................. . . ... 4 t;. X5
( i-il i,. '-:dVj'I ir intra,.rv-t aindt fr1omn
4tfl _r -:, urc . . . . . . . . . . ...... I .l .b.I6 51

Income.........................$ 53.S7 ,2CO86

DISBURSEMENTS.


QUEEN VICTORIA


GETS GOOD NEWS


But the War Office Has Not
Made it Public.


Believed That liitchenor Has Cr t.ij"
at Bay and That a BIattle is in
rl'ogret.- ltallroiad to ii.inilwirly
isOpen and Supplies Will b) Ship-
ped There
LiNiiN *, Feb. 20-Q-uee Victoria


ITH POLITICAL MUDDL


11 RESTUR


announced t the faith battalion -_-
of Lincoln hires to-day oin It z-ppetitiI
at Osblorne that she had roceive.d State Business Will Be Blocked


irood news from south Africa this
mornintI. Her Maj-sty was plainly
in higl spiritsaud -tni!ed frequently,


After Saturday.


presumably at the nature of the Verdict'l ol. r ion llard Will Unseat


II,-ws, ,ut nothing hlas been made Minor Repihlicas Officers and
DI.ath Claims............................$ ;: ;I 1.-2., ,,iblic by lie war othice.
Matured and Di-comuited Endowments 1.4#'4;. 192.il1 It is unofficially reported that They Will Appeal toa the Caouril-
Matured Deferr-ed Dividend Policies... 2...;., 3.1 ileun. Kptchenor has Gen. Cronje's. R epiniai Held a Cinf-ren--e
Annuities ............................... f'i; forces at b:ay aWd that a battle is I,-,t Niahi.
Surrenaer Values........................ 2 ..-..' 42 now in pro.treas. It is inferred that
Dividend-; paid to Poilicyholders ....... :3 i.0I. 4*h the war office is merely waiting f.r Loti I-vILLE, Ky.. Feb. 2.).-ly he
.dispatches announcing the result of method of procedure decided upon
Paid Policyholders ..... 24,1o7,541 ;4 the fight.
The prevailing belief is that by the republicans at their confer-
Commissions, advertising, postage and Cronje ha. been cutoff from Bloem- ence last night, every state ttiff e
Alxehange .......................aari..... .412,3.s6 fontein and it Is said that when will be tied up by Saturday, and no
All other payments; Taxes, salaries, the Free States saw the extent of state business will be trausacted
medical examinations, general ex- sh tate business will be transacted
penie x...............ne... the British forces they were in favor
pense, c............................. 69 ofurrendering. after that day for some time.
Sinking Fund. Reduction of Book val- The war office posted a dispatch The state election b)ard will de-
lues of Bonds purchased at a premium 342,4o oM to-day from Paardeburg signed by cide the minor state office contests
? Lord R)berts and dated yesterday to-day. It's verdict will be to unseat
Disbursements.............. 340,82.,25.99 announcing that the railroad to the republicans.
Kimberly is open and that General An injunction will at once be asked
ASSURANCE. Methuen will at once proceed there, by the republicans restraining the
with large quantities of supplies., democrats from taking possession of
insta!lnnt I'olivCieq stated at their Commuted Values. Paardeburg i-s 30 miles east of Ja- the minor offices. This action will
L ^cobsdal, and the fact that Lord Rob- go to the court ot appeals and from
Outstanding assurance I,054,416,422 00 erts,' dinpauth is dated from this thence to the United States -upreme
Assurance Applied for place sh,) o that he is making good court.
foepIr progress on his onward march. -
in 1899....................$ 237,356,61'.co A Cape Towa dl!patch says the Dr.Bull'sCough Syrupconquerscroup
S........ .... .. first train for Kimberly -ilice that at (on(.*. eurs ti- child. S1i1 ttn.tw iave,
Examnincd a n d De C place was Invested b," the Boers, left ninny a lif,. Motho-rs neLid not I(-ar that
ac readful di-eases i they have this r*lial;l.
clined.................... 34,054 7 .00 thr t night. reed at hand. It is sold by all di ,iit,
$ 3. 77 ..-00 A Dutiban dispatch says 'nt1. l'i rjhir "_' ceit..
ler's guns lop.ned fire on the lo *r
New Assurance Issued S 203 301,832.0 trenches at Colensto to-dn.t and that IN THE rI'ILIPPINE4.
--nn-- their evacuation by the Boers is (o- ou- T
We. it.' iiidermi nd. app3intedl byt lie pr earto Iirtb'trrs<,f .idercd rertainl. (;iuerilla Band t>o Ic iTied To-Mi.rrow


the filuitltal" sofI'iy, 1V. 1 '.tcordarnct with us hv-law*,t o revist
and v.rifyv all 1i* affairs lilr tlhe yeatr IsoWi, hert-I,' crt:fy that we
lt v. ii p-oerism. carefully exaiiinel d the iact'oult<.. amid cointted
nild ePxamniil- Iin detail the Aset of tlie Motaety, and kll borebyh
--.rl ia Ir li at t i foreaoing -taterii--nt thereof is true and correct
uI t:ltecl.
-. ki-, i ni,,t ( lt. P. '. -Iuiinhaiti, i poilal -filmittee
1I N >l:l o : i.. I l : 'liAlI. f ;4 h l Iuird ul
( w .C'alIt to i!. 1; ,i\naiuderr. \ lir.ctuor-.


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Ifliit coinifaatit is Is. kt'-sr\*osi W!a.i iii-ntiiniz ~i'eIli'--. at .boulj hot. II--.iA.'tliakt wlati voSl i Ii't-:rei IiiL-'1AaIiI;t Id- ;1thtIre, I II
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'An ml -r'a.w-taiI-'zta aifprw~it- %iaI t.- ill .''.U-oral tio paIaI-*%*1ald-- dr5 I" it -y.:tr ji .ai I I- ;itilat ni--r '-'pv ut ivd all t!wI r ,t


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L at is F. Pay n, 5. ).I a.tt,i' 1.t't, .


.liatres W. Alexander,
'.ni- Fitzgerald.
i *l all'eeyv M. l)epow.
W\ n. A. Wheelock,
'! ircellus H:trtley,
\..I. C(a,--tt.
i .an lius N. Blici.
hi' :iry (. Marquand.,
...*a. H. MSquire.
I'-. I) Jordan,
SB Alexande.r.
a:, irle- S. S.Smith.
i.:i- S. YuUng.


DIRECTORS.


.1 allies i Hyde,
T. J, ffe-r-oni Coolidge.
Jacob If ,rl.hiitT.
Win. A. Tower.
Joln 1 J 'io Astor,
fiaa, E Tarbell.
(ieir:,- J. (.muid.
A. Van Santvoor.i.
Fdwa'd W. Lambert,
( 'o. I'. \ ls.n.
Sir W\. C. Van Horne.
Ii. M. Al-xainder.
T. Hi.Witt Cuyler.


Johht A. Stewart.i
R,,bt. T. Lincoln,
1). 0. Mils,
H. ('. Haarstick,
John Sloan.
WVm. Alexander,
Marvin Hl.iigitt.
H. .1. Fairchiid,
M. E. Ingall-a.
Ilavid H. Motlat,
Brayton I v-...
C. l,-dy.trd Blair.
A. Van Brgen.,


Levi P. Morton.
Aulgust BIelmnont,
Thomas T. Eckert,
James H. DruIllhalm,
Sidney D. Ifipley,
John J. McL'ook,
John E. Searles,
Samuel M. Inmnan,
(lei. W. Carleton,
E. Bondinot Colt,,
.Joseph T. Low,
Alanson Trask.
J. F. DeNavarro.


OFFICERS.
James W. Alexander, Pr,*' .id, ,t.
James H. Hyde. I ,,', -Ir',. .i- nt. Gage E. Tarbell, S. al I'; .-l ,'.
G lorge T. Wailsin. Ti; ', l -'; .-'r, id'l-nf. Thomas I). Jordan. ('ni,, 1 'pal r..
William Alexander, .,* ,Yr.y. Sidney I). Ripley. Tr7,' o.sur ,.
'A ; in H. Meltutyre. A.4xif'i ,t' ."', r, f Edward VW. Lat!)ter: M. DI., Edward Curtis, M. 1) M, diti, lirtvv',r,'.


KNOW)LES KBROS., GENERAL AGENTS,


309 South Palafox St.,


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WRITE FOR ILLUSTRATIONS.


L NIDENSYRLUTH SAVAI


Pensacola, Florida.


PIrepare t-or )ealah.


Co'r-til'ittwharuayoutiare :i-- ait' IIt y tho- wiQ- nwn f ti -iw' emonr
mind w!;*.h r yzi r- hfmv. 'ho- thaauahtrforaltzae'i til r-
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t~ot. Yoau lti-a fit, wraitg-w* wyri- at I- wiatdr;-oht Iijl
!tra- -t aIewthI1Iigyo van wait extra 11". lv h-.v:,- ls -:ialal-ily ('.tllfd '.araI-s the
~t :~v ate w.-tal'av lii.', -~~--ra'*-.r~i.*` -ir fatim Ii-s wil Ib -p Ir.-vi deul
thi?:;i- new and ittt.'t---tijttt o ,: I:' I hi- 111t.via l -. 'fhui ( wtt',lv- om
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I '~i h.-a a mew no oaf th- dt nI a'air !nA .iaWe 11v the Equitablo L~ifi'A--ur-

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iit,, --Proo.'f


Important meeting and election of
ollicers at 8 o'clock Tuesday aight.
Every member is urgell to attend.
I. E. L. I)ANNIII..
Secret tary.


Official News.
Roberts is between Cronje and
Bloemfonteitn, is the news announced
by an official bulletin posted at the
war o'llIC thi-s afternoon n. With
Kelly-Keniiy behind Crotnje :t id
Robert. !letwes ni him and the- Free
State Capital. it is rea-o.'i hly celr-
tain thint the Hoer cominind is in a
precal'iois f it.';i zioi)n.
Crimjle'rs Tronlles.
Tlhe news that pleases tih, a- :' 'n a
,)o mulh is supposed to b1) th)it
(}en. Cronlje with 71)0 troops aind(
lihio wag ois, comprising; tth iin-in
part of hiis army, has been hqpel-.-ily
iirrotitded ill an open plain anti
mii.-st either surrender or lhe ainii-
liilated.
(;en. French probably got airouiid
hi- rear with ,s (IH lio horsemen ild tly-
iiin- i tillery, cutting off his retreat
to liloemnfantein, and Kitchenor,
with Tucker's and K-lly-Kenny's
brigades, has caught up with his
1ll:i1.ik.
The BIriti-h forces there all told
i itnhuib r 2,.'1 to
If (ronj h:ias not ilurrender d, a
ti.rce h:ittle is probably raging.
lo,-rm Attack (Camp Royal.
A Sterkstroom dispatch says a
force of 120 Boers with six guns at-
tacked Camp Royal, held by Scot's
force arnd the Cape Police. The
Btitish had two guns of the 77th
I'at'fry. The attack began at dawn
from a hill northwest of the Britih
posiLion. The British shelled and
drove the Boers out of the position
toward Jamestown ana Dordrecht.
The British had no casualties. One
I.e)-r was killed. The shell fire on
both Aides was very ineffective.
Lo)rd Lansdowne announces that
fuller occupied a position dominat-
ing Colenso and that later General
Hart entered the town after a slight
t-tg:ig:'t n 'ht.
There is no better medicine faor the
halbies than Chamberlain's Cough
Reniedy. Its pleasarat ta,'te and
prompt and e!T-c'ual cures make it
a f.iavite with mother. aian. small
children. It quickly ciures tL.eir
coulghs and colds. prevetlting pneu-
iii nia or oth.'r serio-s cons-i (.lIenca s.
It also cures croiup and lias been t-lled
ill i of e tsio' f tlotis d of -,.-4 with-
atit a silale f:illil- t far as we have
been ahb!e t' I'-arni. It niot only cui es
croup. but \Vinll uiven:l -inil ;as the-
cromipy .>u-hi aippe:irs. will! ;pr.v'-nt
tlie attack. In caa's of wholpina
comizh it liqifi-tis th'. though nimuini.
makitivr it e:,-i.or to -xp-ctoirat,'. al;(I
les-'i--' the save-ritr y a;ln fremiiit'clyV
of the proxy -fn of couJinu. titu-
.;-eprivina t!;h t dise.j-f, of all aiJ.vtp r
Mils (caitiseQtifr'.AM. Fa'r -ale hIy MHn-
;athI Bros.'21 S. Palaftox .-tr,_-t..
PRIMARY PUPILS
Mr. (leo. Atrain. bamith. pr.r ;-or
of vocal itiusic in: t le Cl('uit-r C(_n-
-efrvit'or'., e-p 'cially dra-ire- a few
plpii, who are nott ;ail- to r, ad
.nilai., in order to (le:i;,ust it'
methods of pri.n:ay in-tructrin
which cannot fail to giva, p,-rffa-t
-ati:i-faction to the parents a!f- a li
p'pis. __ f-:f
Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup prevents pneu-
moniaor oDflammination of tb. lung,-. 1ij,
. l'ebrated renimedy will cur-' a ,augh or o.l;d
)romuntly. It is the best miediiicn- for all


1' ,r M Nirdes-
IMNANI.A Feb. 20.-The military
coanmi-i~ion will meet to-imorrow at
('alamba to try Filipino members of
the guerilla band that attacked a
.-('i'd of Americans Feb. 2 and
kiiled ai corporal. The charges are
nImurder and assault to commnit iniir-
der. The case-4 is important ais fore-
siatdowing tho< policy of treating
guecrillas as bandit.,

Cotton qjiuotations.
NEW YNO%- K, Feb. 241.-Coittoan i
(lioteod tio-day as follow,: April.
t i>: .1uly. 11 .-'v; August, 4i; f ,p-
teuibei.M.71; November, s 41.
Storm Coming.
The weather bureaii hoisted storiii
-itna:ils ;at 1 o'clock this afternoon.
Hiith winds from west anid s-outli
will prevail to-night.

Anmirlumn lliospitil Snip Lladed.
NW vW YoK,. Feb. 19.--Ltdy Randolph
Churchill has cable to Mrs. Conehia
Adair. now in this city, saying that the
American hospital ship Maine, now at
Durban, Natal, is nearly full of sick
and wounded. The csble says that the
most difficult cases are sent to the hos.
pital ship, owing to the excellence of
her arrangements. The ship has many
Irish soldiers on board from the Dublin
fasiiit-.: and nmen from the Thirteenth.
Fourteenth and Eigteenth hussars, the
Rifle trigade. the West Works and tho
Fifth lancers, and among them some
stretcher bearers. Lady Chiurchill says
the staff are all hard at work and that
all is satuifactory on board the ship.
N'-cro C'hld Ur.atei.
ATIINSTA. Feb. 19.-The police have
arrested Joe Baker, a negro. on the
charge of almost beating a little 4-year-
old girl to death. Sarah Jones the
mother of the child, who was sentenced
to the city stockade for a month, left
' her two children, a boy azed 6 and a
giri aged 4. in charge of another negro
woman. When she was released and
went home Saturday the found thr.t tihe
giri had been beaten until she *as haif
dead. The rhild stated that J.), Biaker,
a necro ian, had taken her and her
brotah-r to his house. where he hail
beaten her with a strao.
Ag.insit A.as 1-r:'a.,n Oil Iolliorp ly.
B':i.i., F-eb. 9- -T e Mannheini so-


MILWAUKEE WANTS'

THE CONVENTION

But Kansas City Says It Be-
longs to the West.

BOTH CITIES EXPECT IT

Allea W. Clark Talks of the ('omlwg
N.tloaal Deicratic Meet-Will Be


Held Early-Largest l History of


Couventioni.
INI'lANAPO-l.S, Feb. 19.-Allen W.
Clars of the national Democratic com-
mittee passed through the city today
snroure to Washington to atted tbe
mieetine of that body which will behel
during the week. The purpose o9 e
meesiua is to select a time sad plae
for holding the national convention.
"I believe," said Mr. Clark. "th.kl e
Democratic national convention will be
the largest gathering ever seen 4ta
Democratic national convention. Re-
ports coming to national headquarters
from nearly every state in the tanion
announce large delegations, and me the
convention will be held in the west, she
tar west and south will be more largely
represented than ever bazore."
Where, in your opinion, will the nme
tional convention be held ?"
"The contest is between Kansas City
and Milwaukee and from present ladi-
-atious one of these cities will get it.
Kansas C.ty is put::n up a strong aght
for it and the trend o.- *'in.t t t
I ptetint time secmir tj Le ia 'bat direct
tion. Some other city may be sprung.
however, when the committee mee1t,
Snd peither of those mentioned may be
Successfull"
"What date do you think will be se-
fscted for holding the convention?"
"I am confident the c;nvenuon will
be heid early."

CASE WILL BE APPEALED.
Both S.des of I*rrk-' arerxle Contre-
veray Will I aiht to the End.
PITI a-ino. Feb. :9 -It is expected
that this will be an important week is
the Frick Carnegie controversy. Word,
it is, said, has been received from An-
drew Carnegie at the Carnegie Steel
company's that he will be in P'ittsburg
this week. lie isexpoeted to personally
oversee the final preparation of the as-
bwer to Mr. Frnca's biil of particular,
and make the las' -"rrections to it be-
fore the paper is ~l dI.
After the filing of the answer, judr-
iug from the talk now indulged in, the
case will be rushed. It is generally ex-
pectred that no matter which way the
decisions of the lower court go. the suit
will be appealed first to the superior
c',urt of Pennsylvania and then to the
higher courts.
The Commercial (;azee'te is authority
for the sra:emeut that Mr Carnegiehas
been informed by a telegram from the
Carnegie teel company's offices that
Messrs Phipps,. Lovejoy and CGrry had
refused to join wita the other de'ead-
anets in accepting serv.!-e of the I. 0.
Frick bill in equity and thas each of
these members had employed individual
counsel in the matter. This move, the
attorneys of Mr. t arnegie regard sa
.omewast peculiar, as they feel the as-
swer of three of the defendants will be
entirely different from the others.
It is alio expected that early tlio
week, the coke alit of II C. Friok.
Henry Panipps, Jr.. John Walker sad
other minority holders of the cone colf,
pany stocks will be entered. This seag,
according to the best ,f authority. Will
be entered in the Allegheny county
courts, as the steel )onijauny sunt WI
not in Westmoreianda county as previ-
ously reported.

FIRE IN NORTH CARCLINA.
Hotel and lI*nk losiif aila t Soulhers
Vins liiairn d.
RAtr.rEti;. Feb. 19.-Southern Pines,
the famous winter res,)rt, 40 miles from
here, had a .0,(00 fire last night about
midnight.


etety fr thi protection of trade and in. contain
The Alfa hotel with al It cotitainewi
dusrry has b een diuassi;ng exierintents
with ;ussia:.tad American oils and it was burned. The Ito r prt escaped.
is sa8i, that :b-, R.us.-in eol i t erfectlv but saved little of tneir rrprty. In
satiAictjry for all lanmpn on t er t ~- the building was a Lank anri thepost-
r g nor -m lll.. TI t uP annpnt fr ice. also a hall usel asan .peArahboue.
teA 1 e ,iafer'-nce b-twn the t.wo The mail in Ihe office was savad aand the
kinds. It is aunounce-d from B-:giurn bonos in the bank.
that a s 'c:ry t. t,, tithbt A' ,-rcan m ,a >)I To-e tire (,riginated in ti- kit-h.un
e w ~ sn1i,.egavo_- t th u,- and spread rapialv, thl Lnuifting ,einig
oates. w: uss nd dpegaon to the ua- 'r of wocd and a str,-tj; wind b.(.w,ng.
States. Ru s;a and oi at iret to a'r.r-. Av.tn' In ('
tain the coaditinns of direct unn:r;. At**sne- In Utpml.


HI.,ilinla at IHaligh.
RA.EIOH. 10'b. i9-S->m" ~v~as ago,
R-uco Ross. a negro, was h.aztd at
Lumberton for assaulting a whi:e
wr.miin. Ilia pre.imanary trnal was be-
fore Justice .-a.i McLeod, and toiay a
wtite man will be geiaen a hearing on
thli charge of assaulting a cr:ippled ne-
gr ) woman. McLeod was very promi-.
,,ntr .n irr nlItingr netitioni to the wgv-


S('HATTANO<' Feb. i' --Ta Dr-
hawm i tied v.. customers today rf an advance
:o the price of fuel -oa. of I'. cents cn
the ton at the mines. It is not believed
that this advance wili be permanent, as
the scarcity of coal cars nhas been greatly
relieved and the railroads ar,- now able
to deliver coal in qua3ati:es f:Im tWe
East Tennessee mines.


VOL. 30.


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Washington Diplomats Think
Secret Treaty Is Formed.

EMPEROR VERSUS QUEEN


Kruger i.ealzes That it', L.berties of
His People Are Eaddangered sudt I)e-
*tres Gerruan Prutectoratr, Say tho
Political (iossips.
WASHINGTON. Feb. 19 -A report is
current in diplomatic circles here that
Dr. Leyds had for his sole purpose in
going to Germany the establishment of
a German protectorate over the Boer re-
pubiic. The German emperor, it is be-
lieved, has been approached and asked
to take charge of the Boer republic.
The Boers, it is said, seem to realize
that their defeat at the hands of Eng-
land will be the ultimate result of the
present war.
Rather than submit to subjection by
the British they will voluntarily come
ander the sovereignty of the German
empire, under certain stipu actions
which will guarantee their local self
government. It is stated here that
President Kruger. reaaizing that the
liberties of his people are in danger and
that the continuance of the republic is
threatened, prefers a German emperor
rather than an Enghish raier. The
overture to the German emperor was
made in the first place. it is reported,
with a view to creating a rupture be-
tween England and Germany. This
wan avoided, and it is understood that
Emperor William declined to consider
tue proposal. at least for the present.
According to the report Dr. Leyds.
before leaving Berlin, prepared a secret
treaty with Germany, in which that
country was guaranteed certain rights.
Aitnough the text of the treaty is not
known, it is said to give the (German
empire the greatest possible I privileges.
smonuting almost to ownership in the
Tranbvaai republic.


TELEGRAPH TO KLONIDIKE.
El'atern Sydllcatre- I *%arvyin' g li the
(ire.. Nt r ( li"vefl.
iI:ATTIF. Wash., Feb. i9.-Captain
W. 1- Abercrumbie, head of the gov-
ernment expioration I arty. which last
season did mucti work in the Copper
river country and beuu opening up a1
military road froui Port Values to FL'rt
Egbert ou the lukon. has arrived in
the city enroute north to c-ntin.oe his
work.
It is the purpose of the government.
te says. to construct 2.400 miles of teie-
graph line in A.aka and complete the
military road. lie returns this year
with increased responFibility Trhe road,
be says. wili le completed during the
seavo1 ;rom its pre-Cflt terminus for the
BO miles to Tanana, about two thirds of
the dls;tanoee Ito iun.
Thd teo.egraph uine will be built from
PIri Valaez. a.oun the road, to Fort Eg-l
bert and thenice down the Yukon to St.
Michael. Amrng other northern fin-
prove:il-nt-. ie -ava, a large government
w ihart a.t ValIdSz nas Leen decided upon.
An ,"as:er:i syndicate headed by Henry
V i.ard,. i savs. i1 now having surveys
ma,:e .ta .nc hte ':eti:al curse of the
ni!iitarv rca.i w;th a v:ew to Luillling a
iiue. lie w .1 .avt' nier l"et, 2,; tak-
iI ittl h ti a; 'ri; of ten.ineerc. It
M;. y a c ic.i: of rc p.r p i.. ti. lcw.
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Splotches.
There is only one cure for Cont'aious9
Blood Poiscn-the di-.-' vi whic}' hai .
comnplettly hb:flled tin d',c:orr-. They
are totally utiable to cure it. and dir.-,'t
their eff,,rts tovan:-.l bottli,:n the poison
up in the blood ard Ceti,.'.'o*allng it from
view. S. S. S. curs th' dli- t !'i-
tively and permanently bly l,,rcing out
every trace of the taint.
I was af~'heted with a tvr-,!.e I loid d(i.-c ''".
which was in puts at tirT. t,-:t :if. rT rW
;r i r r y.
s.r,., iam l it '.t-v ,,
1ii 'girlle.t"! '-u-it ring I
<(nwi.- caai I iilad 5[. Int a hundred ,
^ d,,lla r-., which was. r l1.ivI
Thrown away. I thn,
tried various pat i"I
medicines. but they did.
not rea'h the dlis-ease.
SiWhen I had finished lty
first m)ttlhe ( f s. I
Swas greatly improved
and was de'ighted with
the result. The large red splotche on amy
che!t begrn tn Ugrow paler alId smaller. ani
before long disaplwared entirely. I regained
my lost weight. "Ncame stronger. and my aic
pltite greatly improved. I wa~ soon entirely
well, and my sktn as clear a- ;a piece of glass.
If. L. MYERS. lnMul wrry St., Newark, N.J.
Don't destroy all possible chance of a
cure by taking the doctor's treatment
of mercury and )pota.-l. The-e mine-rala
cause the hair to fall out, and will
wreck the entire system.


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ii''tin c a:' ig t *~~lIc' toile1t
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:It' I t' j ; .: i l': I -i : c rl exiJI,
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fil'l ~ '- -C o ow:ill c1111 a i,,I t xv(Iait114S
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4 if a :u 1'-. lf s l ie.. c ~llee x%" I to i fa l air. go!.
tlate' ianld it'%e10 I1 Avite ".t'e (I e-
lmirdN'- -iils! h rsa'h ':sl~m t hat racnt'loutt
i.1t I ;%(:L' l1C4-ofe-ell tl xl w ver''
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OtiIY' v rit'iit :,- to, Il-; Ilt1 4.) 2 '' vrI'f 'S igai.
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J. J. ealin. superintendent iof th.
N. w York state f;'-c ehi.ihol;ly i'il lI;i
re:i. li:is ims'-ed I 'ito l:iili;iti" i ll"I"
tells how to hliave and] t(1 kep' ileal *io
in-Stlics. H is r ;'cipe is :is fllt 'v,
Io mj .',our lihon lihia!nl o'U t;; .ipl.'s. 'Nl: ts st ! lni, "'s of s rvi"e '' .il.
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Dl o n.o t p'. e(' :iIfla' ii aritl. ie Iro'' '! ve
\a'uintk a hliil:liiil saniic' drive i)' ito tilie stret t to reteive lher
\:,t itinterference with her religousis
anld private lift'e.
IDo not permlit faniiliarity from the
baker's, grocer's and butcher'c boys.
Insist on respectful treattienit to your
Imaid and -iset them tlie example.
Avoid personal supervision while off
duty.
Do not let slipshod. careless work go
unnoticed. A good mistress is critical,
firm ndl exactin-. but she always ap-
preciates conscientious effort.
Don't pay your imaid more than she
Is worth. In brief. be businesslike.
\V. -. 'Philpt. Alb A tiy, (; .. -a;vn.
"D-Witt's Little Early it-,- !idi
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took." Tlie f.iolt .- little pill- l r
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A CASE


The Star


S. A. fRIEDMAN
SOLE AGENT.
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SILK VELVET.
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llnes, Liquors, Bran',i
Giss. Cias a T

Jug and Keg Trade
Specialty.

S. A. FRIEDMAN,

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TELEPHONE 114. 37 E. GARDEN :
.WGOOD.S CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED FREE."IW.

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For Infants and Children. i.iirnitl F x,'i.:t,,-. i, '-. ,.U,.': ESTABLa n tJ U 1863.
The Kind You Have Always Bought -------I
B arPENSAOOLA RGOLAY McKENZIE OERTING & CO.,
i 4rwArt NeedleW k Rooms. Grist and Con Meal Mills, 0 ,a --, d
Ship.F. GhZanEZ & GO., Prop s, Sip CGhandlery and General Hardwmare,
BE (;i)()I) "iT() O '. mI IAI-" and Ftnhr,.ilery M .,teral f l k tidN A.r
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:re tat :a frie'uato twh'i'm-k--.'V. himCtii
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Scurfs. Sofa C('u-hion. Etc.
Battenburg and Point Lace Patterns


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NMENICAIN DRIAWN WORK


CHOI('1;M1AL ANID PtUR'. GELOUIND
STOcK lrum)
P-it m:,.fir Cue'IIr.-i'a-trv'. for tt'e '
tvve.ry r.s-o-tn you v,,,ji mua er SMe'a.,and
teck l'e'e" f-crtnl !is- H')r. Nlajrufak':Tur-r.
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08 AND 605 8. PALAPOX TREEmT.
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REVERE COPPER COMPANY, JOHN A. ROEBLING'S MO.%
GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RU88EL & WgbN- pIM I,-


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Boiler Uork8s

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.~J o" C.J,.IV TEE MEET. REV. S. D. HILLYER IS DEAD.


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N'.SSISSIpPI


LEGISLATURE.


I ort l Maanufarturilnz Indutries Are
letr-lvi. Attention.
.JA, K-S MIss. Feb 19 -A concur-
rent res,(.UtioD aaS passed both houses
o' tile legislature, inviting home and
foreign capital to invest in manufac-
turinn enterprises, especially cotton
.atories. and setting forth the advan-
tages of M 'sisrnoppi as a manufacturing
li:*s to exempt newly established fac-
tories from taxation for a period of ten
rears are now pending and will be
passea during the present week.


N-tiee ActrurDe)adl.
Pc-Feb. 19I 1dwin Mayo of the
!in idin'aaad Wilt ,n company dropped
ad in the Chateau Irontenar' at 2
'o i.e Mr. Mayo warn the son of the
,s'e Frank Mdayo. for whom the play
j'uddiu'bead Wiltion" was written.
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ter, and prti.bab!v tn-e odiest ianni4ser ic
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a.iii Mr. . \V. Ja e- Atina ta; h-l.I-
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M .!.ounald o: sutiuwPat teorgia: Mrs
1',tiinr 'owers t_ .Muuntana, and Dr.
I ne last serman nf Dr. 11 i'yer was
d:Ieivered ;at Sundaav : i MariettaG tA.
De.pite hi. feeb healthirb. e went tuere
t.or tie purposee of ottihcating at the fu-
neral o! a lady who had been educated
la-:geiv with hbis own money, at whose
u.iptism and iiarriage he had cffletated,
and i: was her last request that he
anonu.d deliver thbeserinon at h'r funeral.
It was said to be by those who heard it
one of has best sermons.
For nearly 70 years Dr. iilrer bhas
bLen a member of bthe Georgia iBaptist
ministry. Born in Wilkes county. in
this state. aon June :.0, l0u'l. of compara-
tively wealthy parents, he was given a
splendl'i education. He studied for the
ministry and early in the th:rtips wa<
ordanateid He nas been a power in the
Eapttst denomination in (.eor;uia
TWO GREAT DAMS.


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THE, OYSTFI~:LSEASON.
'.o ak' 'I '.it ii a airt freazia h i sui:inaitr
(1pon dh.111 '01.hKil. ~~ ,d.wit!;. m wn
.. f.'ztr thtintou jir ..n'.44IS of#-t.tv IS' gIl,".
Fm- ormy pi--sazia dream, Rv ~iv'dibi uxie-d by
thlipJar
That iis alwtoN- atis-eI byt he I.'titr It.
Amd I knmv iv w ythbe ko-t of tit htbidetms
That -mw W ..!u% 'shortly will he in the. '.oup!-
Anid --;, they' will fo)r t1ow -loop was;
f IIle(d wIt 11the I fbilf t a I: Afatte-t.
Thk Im II wai ..vi it oiu t Il* vN ick
AjbI-tlt Iand t11(11110ff'Cheoie ev-4tir-; are
no0w f r s:iI*e. dimi-eircranw, rtady to
cha. W al hi- s t-tiirait. I'mi v an

air car lewid. Ow'ims. too the Ida-li40
i-te-t ho ;Pr vingof re~znti~r 111.ak
will1 be d Pem iit inut-d aftvr t hisk wiek.
bu11t -p qwialI orders will bp -erv ed atI
:1Yliv hia4i)fct the day or rii-lit.


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HEALTHY OLD AGE.

LAR17rU, BZ:-a'o2, Co. A" z A%9-. 4.
Iam 431 V"-*i3 441 :'d i- ia.-re' 1w 21 .:! -. ~ .h
C'hanige 'f Life 1 1-1 ,,It! 4,1i1; g 4..-',t. ; I
WI n- IL C~i I I sIIte r.%.I :, k I ..;.j .I
Anoz:ir pers-un siuc aigi
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BRYAN TO BE IN COLUMBUS.'
Cit z-eis Arrmliega,.g o no ve Ijim a
1; t Ovpalifirn,.
C, : (..a Lb. l19.-T he derail's
6wli tSeIA .nmW-'jui nnf r thtavisit to Co.
I: t4 i, %! u. i -:.7 U" C L Vl-
I I:!) J1 LrY111i. ,%- wii arrive here

I 'I ui I'ii:n special for him
nai- 1. r *.ngvtli:. I:... Irvrinwir.
.Ll: t,.j i .t4..t1 !!,v (ar" !.r a !-wwiai.
as'ia i~i'~'.~L.~1 iltur to



i.. ~::' '. I~rvitn reca'.'s the
IVa" id:. "111.It-, Henry
a ': ..1 ~eI .i o !or !4reeI'lienit,
r U11 'U .1!1i~i de~m.'iv tc'i au a i-
I. t'ai 0% ~Ing tiirough ou a
rrl:rni i' aljl(. 1:n)[11 loutgotii.
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I'i. Nirui.(''llza( 'uro'. I knaiw it
-;lV' J l~ateitz( y.! rPi'. It i1tiickv
iLmli.I- ia' attlthro4at :PCiImliuz tr-uble.-.
it i-. thit*- ciiii.reiic -z favoiritf- rvni#-d.I%'
iire -; quickly. Isi rizi'i=PhizuilInne.


BOM ba he indYou Have AlwayS eough



LAIV')I NOTICE.
A MFt JeAN Ir F'IIKH TION I1'1. t~k". 0j
P xR N % C 1. i O A Ik IaW. P A 11.
li te Mortar Makers a rid Hod
Citrrierm- of Pensa'acola, Fla.. 1ha ve
ceng:. n iz..d a I-:ih'ro'r% Protect ive
I I ion i under a iiA-F. ~o 1*L. chLartr
ii ti inber N1-40.04
,Neiiienmber or in c'iulrs will be
atlloewed toawork with tionei1ioiileclai-
hurt-vi- tcenard aftev the 5:iday (-f


LARGE BOTTLES OF WINE 0 F CARDUI
SOLD FOR $!.O0 BY DRUCCISTS.
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ST. LUIS


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I. GUEHNNEIM'S


Great


Bargain


Shoe


Sale !@-


Children's Department.
Hlan,.--. we i Ie' '!nci Kil Inf.lntt
SItittov4t. 2 5.'.
worth 75c, . now 50c.
)ll.i -.... w,-' l Fr ic'!, Kid Infant-

worth $1.00, now 75c.
l tlld--,wnld Kid S i)r ilia H'14-el uttonl
worth 75c,. now 50c.
li in-l-.ew dl Kid Sirin.i i! l Hu:-
lnl. 5-l l.
worth $1.50, now $1.00.
fland- worth $1.50, now $1.00.


a Men's Department.
(Genuine Done. i lttaon alid [Lace
SwShoes, 12-.2,
Worth $1.50, now $1.00.


*m U yJL J "UP -Q-94, i -...'. genuine Vici Kid Hutton and Lace
shoes, 1lw-2,

V. J. VIDAL, Sole Wholesaler. worth $200, now$1.0.


IL0O 11111E. BRAIDIES WINES, IMPORTED AND DOIESTIC
Pail Jones and Echo Sprinis Celebratel Whiskies.
TRY A BOTTLE OF CELERY TOXIC.
PHONE 154. : : : : P.O. BOX 587.
JUG & FAMILY TRADE SOLICITED
Free Delivery to Any Part of thbe City.
.i"All orders left at The Otnice, Vidal 4 ktUiltb, will te carefully
attended to,


E. PEETrERSEJl, A
o-PROP'RIKTOR O--o

CRONIES SS .LOON
o--DEALER IN--o

Imported and Domestic Wines, Liquors and Ciars. ,


JUG TRADE A SPECIALTY.
CoI no R lmont and Dpvilli.rr sa. PENHACOLA. FLA


H. H. WICKE,.


Plumber, Gas and Steam Fitter,

No. I South Palafox Street.


All Kind- o. Plumbing an
LODGE DI IECTO "II"Y"

KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS. 9
Pienaacola Iodlge. No. 1:. ih "fe If. *N N 'S


nI ioet% ev*-~ryNm,ihall. West
Ing t 7::w, e t 4i1'ia s r.'.'!
xi'.it In Cirt itte,:Ii eo'i(.Lrd iLII y
wt-I e Iank d.
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W. 0. W.
Live" 4 )ak Cat1,11111Ias IP. I We eelitrenan 44t rtie


;ill%- Iri2'to-d WV.. VW % A I'rI-,'..
".It. 'tl IA MF. C I'. s-erk. C. C.

('A10 IN.
4Mv (itg~' efthe Srcr1"fiir% :at ('I n se'a


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HOTEL


Iid O'& Yittlng@ Materialp Kept on Hand
"m S*'41D& 5"?.C


Ladies' DepartmIent.
Kid Spring Heel Hutton and Lace
Sllhoes, 3-,1,
$1.00, $1.25, $150, $1.75 anl $2.0
They are waort't .i inl,air'
Kid Heel Button atid li.te. al!o
Cloth Top in Blauck and Tan.
from $100 . to $3.50.


Special Barain!
A lot of Fine ILadies' Shoe-a., 'in-
cinniati make. regular>r price .t"'
:iiid $I timl a p:tir, now only $1 No.
W4V only have them in 2,* and (1.
and (' and I) width-,. that i. whv
we sell them sao cl;heap.
Our Men's Departmnt
WVe beat any store in town: will
undersell atiyomieI and give the
in.:ot comiforta'blf lit and general
-at i-faetion.
LUR $3.00
Hatrind--we'd \'Vii Kid Slhot- areIr*
E'(JUal to any $..nl N -.ia iIn towi.
i e'ly ->hli I r.miaini ymrr to) pll-u-e.


.,GI. Ougenheim.


CHAS. COTTRELL,


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. *. Artistic Photographer,


Three Regolar
Meals Each Day

25c Each.


ON EUROPEAN PLAN.


Restaurant Attached, Open Day and eight .
OYSTERS. FISH AND GAME OF ALL KINDS IN SEA .ON.

Special Orders at Any Hour.
RATES:-From $1.(0 to $1., pef-r IDay. \LODGING:
.,1.1 and 51 S. South Palafo.x Street. Pern..aola. Irida / 25 and 50c


201), E)1OTH PAl %I'ON 0STHET.
S I t i~fart ion I *itiara,. Ieoif itIki Eve ry Par-
tiulIa r.


.; THE CRUCIFIXION


OF PHILIP STRONG
BY REV. chase. N1. SHELDON
IFor M4al* at C. \ I HOMI'. IoN'.
:1)A south IalIsfol.


BARGAINS


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TIME TABLE.


LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD.
IN il Fi(i r .1 \NM .\i"> :7. : ,,i


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Dyspepsia Cure. BETWEEN PENSACOLA AND JACKSONVILLE.


Digests what you eat.
It artifi'iallyd oe.--th.thfood and aids
Nature in stre'i.thofln:.tg and recon-
:trurting the exhaustod digp-7tive or
gansi. It istLc.a' t discoveredd die-.t-
ant and trii,'. No (ithr prcparatven
can aipr,'tch it n efic'eincy. It in-
stantly r-liev.-iand perman,ntly cures
Dy-p.'pl. Flamulence. S'i,:r St, mach. Nausea.
Sick Headache. :ia-traigia.Cramp,. and
all other result ,s ,f i rnpert-Ct digestion.
Prepared by E. C. DeWit A Co. Cblcago.
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305 N. TARRAGONA STREET.
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Estate.


11 .. .' ~ I it,'I I I ? Iof ICI ,ea I tj in g.

$2000 r7L'21 ,',2 a 'w! IC -

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$8000oi',r ,2.i 'i %:-*':a;e~~


$8,000 A.-..... 4 lft
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-* CURE YOURSELFI ------ 51i,0n O.. O r
m cuP, .-ust. eals at All Hours. -- Open Day and Night. .
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. T :IE s obta s .A ,r ta. W 'AA Compl-te ~to k of Fru:-. N .::. rtadi .-. Ci.;ar- ai, d T *. re i l, l
o.r ..1. 1o nI. .In ,,r.- C'o statitly (n Hand.
",.... '.'"-. Fineat Ovsterr for Family Use a Specialty. E-st Side of Plaza.


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me Of u Awl UA 0 1 -"a i an,"r'., di
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LADIES' AIVISOVCRY P.RTMFNT. I Ir *I
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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1900.


LOC~N EWS NOTES






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t'ity'Ia!-t mazlit a i. r'.a- r d at

A 1. tala'raphls qpera~toor

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BABY P01(P) RICAN7 TARIFF.
11- LIKES
IT
The Vote In the House Will Be
Very Close.


L4V 00.SENATE OPPOSIA) TO t'1:1:E TRADEIJ.

p osiballoity'of ( ulintiandIPhi~lipiane
Tra deGIe %(lte ike Mt~- m a
Nred of itatt '%c,% StefiI4(of V5.Ai.,bI
K / / ud Measurem.
CUTICLRA RESOLVENT i z ;.uron. sweet. i -I ''N .21..-I~j*S:!
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ta tice. TIiav objf.'t lesson Should re '-'.! '1 :jsL 11 i ca'i*X t If -1. ::;1
show the city how t' ica' it would be1..i 11( I i fi t 2 It'll W IS: it
to hiave thi-ae lights the entire I.-ngth j* i'.'J Sll52 Ul~sus151 it'i.l

fDoII't Iilif- the' excuritfJ2I to bp ran l.s'- !l1, :0,t.i t's.'t
to-,iiglht by tile young ladies lof thle
Elms.'rth f at1Fau.. vfr thei '21(Iilte .ii'iJ *js.l:'*.4M!"I11:Ali

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iiovor w tl 'vitI. IIUI''tlI*. Psak--

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P ",- ait, rrtrir~lig a' (i i-(n'ral Bra-
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TIR.


4'TH


GORSLT'S


I'. THING


I ttn~I.'C'.Thc !'cst drcss makcr
fl ifl w~c.,r'd a n c)t !- ti-l\' '' 4]ii t'
'ii wcr a poor cer-,ct. ( 'mrsokO
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-FOR THE WEEK:-

h. S5 -.iiadardt P rt .1 t- Is arA ii t . .. .. .. .. .. .. ", 'r
Do"w4-5''fl"T ie'.tic 1-vaird t 'a' . .. .. .. ... .. .. .. .. . eyar
4.uI)4411'S'rtcka -r t:12:'.: 1(1-va ......'.... s.'lot-'ard


*-NEW SILKS.


& ~~ ~'* ~Iill. Almdne.T t~a.ftC.11 *1t!"'New ('rputilin-.
LANU)ON X, BATC1ELLEPS .roe roa dy-fo r i 21 Tect i('2


TRACEY-HUNT


!NTERVIEVW.


iffrs !1 Il.- 4 1' I i.If,#Iton

if Moutit -ar- g:)". ace at lilt.' begiauning
of tod!ay'ii:'s (oi f Lis tesenate cotmmiit-
te:' si- 2'4'tlious as :.twilIiths ~to10Dr.
WVahiaamu Tracey. l' ('nt Li.211...was made
m' ovrl.~r to r'erinit tile jus3tices of the
sup~remio c(.lrr of NMo~itaua to be present
%vbxle Dr. Tracuv. '5' tSia tesfviDi'z, ashisj
teSEIMOny was olipoeted to de.tai arizeiy
with tile 1uAtem'ews Letween hbixlif
anti .Iuiti(e lluut and Attorney Geu-
eral NoIan.
Dr. TIracey related all his interviewed
w1iJL Justice Iitiiit and Attorney Gzen-
eiLLI -Nolim. E-3 beganI with his first in-
12'rview wit hiMr. Him-,t onlAug. Z%. IV.r
and ~ ihis report ww:a 'apractical Irepei-ti
tioxi of .lUbtip-4 Hunt's tes&1ti1Us.''1. C-;'
catpt a.i to t~i42atluluit 1I.1-tUtt!lieu "mid
ttu:.t at the firsr ~t atpe.-vio~vLmad in-
vitedl the ju~ilpo to h! i k. I"':rs ~~ezi
L'111 1 11,0 h:'.iurs;t'atl'd_ (, ''I. V(L,'st11

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'I liet- 1,11"n w!~'.e"I n t sf ,tS' -,i'.tha.t
HlaIenia o. ;%. sipt' i.ai tramn] andl saiki le
ti',tj i t' '.1;' .* a: ttJart wils:a art


..at it ci iu i o2 t a' siziiier such a :sr 'j~o

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call;[Gs colall' .Y
A M. %IC M 1'.1. A


THE PEOPLE'S STORE,


A.


Schwartz,


Proprietor.


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111 "Sell Cheap, and thereby increase
UUK IlUIU. the business'!"-- e


Price and Quality.

You must consider them both. The mere ciiea/pne.s of
things does not make them devirahle. IUnless
the quality is right, cheap (foods mail prore
most expensive in. the end. )Yet the /act that
quality is right does not .justify ex.cessire prices.
I 7 -- I - - - .'


Our bargain Sales


Ilrh (1s-li'vnJai:21110 tfl,'l':nd.ltd'ap within you11 r mucl at pricb t:
t ni1 and ji:2'lams w','ii tpu1rchiias'e 2*421*buLt ilt.'r jr grads.
-trillg- winit sof the WeeskI.ly sr'iiEveiit-the 'fo'r'e' tl:*t


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-*-cThis Week's Offerings (-:

It r t 4 fI- 'd- (i i #-oV-I *'. 1:* i ro." i i a i i S priee- -:i- h '~t i 71" 4; I I .- 7 1 1
t I i:kuti i t =ill -a 21 t' 1. irrdI Sut -LlE-I mi 11111-t "'A".
All i 1)s j1 Ai L 'cd al stI r:Ic r t6 IIilthe g' C,1_1 t 2.- 4,1

---~YDress Goods Bargains!,,, (
I W XILLI1.1ti p AND ?('1111,FIRM T 14 INN 'I'l 1A !. if ~I'
01r.---4 i S*I- -~4rctoi-mzorr',w. a ri i i- at s *i *2. # i; r. :*a ..
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Lot No. 1: 'wa IeIO V1fNrss 19C





ritu 1 p icoaa. ing (........ 2...... ..... ..... .... 1*' x, 1 t ...... ...... ... ...


Winter Underwear for Men, Women and Children.

s I :11C f, !0.01! : -S:, ..A -r,- ; 11 v h (I.ti4s f to itr ht toVI y ~rwv.srar t jrive'-
cut t() hlf aiit id( It --.. \WI:.C. & -j'h 2ld (1322 v. 4S-tfck tip .and*I -a: 1)'a 1i
1*1 -l~la V.

-,-)-Bedding Bargains--J'F l
NV ii I b- incaludcIf'i i il thi-z MsTe21*, r .211and*! a ll ':21 hs.. II)'l2.i'v .11 ; :1 lt icIt
iii titir ,stolrt-. W o :ak-.. ostfte r -za.#-r j.IIe ''l~ ti t Yfou -ia -a !h.. vrop
2's!' lla-J at -it~dAt4vivo- ~Ethis pel ie~ h lo, 'ilal at'# 21 21ti. i.121112- 2l)'kt I
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Cha.s. H1. Turner,


1.-ARCHITECT4:


General Contractorc


luii1 l ii ; '. I i t?* ;i',l ( i t !.atft S f rin;. I'; n, -" ;1 \\ i' r
ri atl i .i- 1 itti n2 :.

A Complete Plumbing Department und.=r the
Management of E. B. Morey.

f I' I i,.i i': ,i n '.,,rt N .ti *'.

C j 1\ I .:. l .**- :l ::,l (' i fulll -; I. e1.- I !," .I ,,t k 1 F : "f * .-. i : ,,r .
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No. 19 S. Palafox St.


:: Telephone No 345.


:I.Till; 31:%! NA. VA I sWrOl1,1 S AI C k F-r.
12v j~ l~s jb.t-!r-* 'i f*-I- '.rpsorifrf 7Doily fair The Nevwn F?
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Three Large Stores


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Furniture at all Prices.




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Full ~ f F I I1N I TI I "-:. [Ts ft t- LIs.an I.,ro/. o
'-heWli ill l.i -t' a t-'V .*ai- ('Ip o(I/) /.I, hic/mero,'v'you
f]i!*i -l'It#.I P-1 .,tk i"r.' ttii" .'u.ant, (it MAarston 'Finch 'x-
:11: priis-'z '. 1,i tt~arx a~nd ''S l*r s'
Roc.k..-. hi'iz uid lirti.-. s' '1:5I"1FO E UIFL R o
th#-in. Foia EAUTIFUthRu.
8 tr'iia IIur*,li.N 'u).-1. and1* r~apu-rip.- 'if all k ind!-
Fn'n21 r 1111 Li~t2o'. ('al! at


Handsome pictures, bric-
a-brac, etc., in endless ar-
ray at rock bottom prices at
Alarston e~ Finch's.


STOP TIIAT LI.I';.%


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 20,1900. 7


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Thursday, j


Feb. 15,


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Serges,

SCheviots,'



g) Clay

s. AND NEAT 1

i Checked :,


Worsteds, 11








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J Blue :1


1: GOIRdlsTI

(| Flanel,


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:;o+o+o+o+o+o^+o+o0o+o+o+o++Co+o+o0+o+o+0+0+0+o6+6++o + o


WHERE REPUBLICANS

WILL HOLD THEIR


NATIONAL CONVENTION.


BY CYRUS SYLVESTE:. ..

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cAriT 'ooGA., Feb. 19.-WAIl n(iaes.
e, a negro l i, ployed at the furnace oti
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the Dayton Coal and Iron companil ;i
ulilt r. nl of l T o.. 1). lsiorf iv.
ATT.ANOOT. lFb i.--Ti- fun ra: o
Mrse D. a nrehm, lho died at t :hefr lac t








was today buried under several to of
o'pig irk in while Chuworking inf the furnace.




Sis being repai. Mred. e rphy ascrwas ed
beyond recognition.


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SLOAN'S LINIMENTF



PAIN RELIEVER,



Pmtpaoro ev Dw. EARL S8. SLOAN, BOSTON, MASS U. S A .



Delmonico Hotel and Restaiurant

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

1) R0ooms fop Rent by the Day, Meak or Month. L 1
311, 312 North Tarralona Streit, Opposite Unino Depot.
O-Teiephone 68.-0
--*:.GEO. WILSON & CO.,.:- -
Don't Forget to Stop With the Fat Man
[RESH VIPETA[[ REsIYIo DAILY, HOMLEAiE Ial i. -
it"" !'!I, I"""' Pensacola. Florida. .


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First Nationl al Bnk


O0 PENEACOLA. LA.


'NM. H. K~NOWLES, WV.A. BLOUNT. F' .!.N1. W. N. ifYE!'. 11
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L"0FW e !raiw' ur own Bill-, of Fr '~. ;-,. t j;'.Cjj,I ci;: ,
Gecrmuany, Frncee. Avstri"i, Italy. U7i~~ '-::.~- :,~i'

LW"Va~c !w D A~bnn~wt rpon i t!e M.o-ut ziU-ve9'b!e T-rut-o :iax the),
Obliz:itloup Ta~ken Pav.0d-F) ath~t of iTxa:.e': (.,-nr .nDLay'
after VPe34l Arriv,4.ver
fAV.Safety Depwift Boxes for Urnt In Cciinectlon
with which we have a Private Alpartmeaut for the Ume
of Rent-orls.


An Mm AVERY,

UMPORTRP. AND J RCP





Aga00 nd Tinware Znd P-""l. .~ -


,%f.F NI'for Ri rniin~haumi .R~olhitz 4nC" y, 0141.0~ I
3-titch cd 'etizi, Nor~.. .iF ar :.IC -:.~ I'~u~


it & irnnd C;)!'rg,


JOHN McDAVID, D~\ ~

R,-AL ESTATE ANO BROKERACE.! !ALilP


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WAITED.
Waited to kuy all kinds of SacenU


b V-a r, s IP c edlat: ~essonable a~cs



Folt STEAM I)IVJ-t0%tN
PEFNSACOL1A 1191-TRICI '' .L'. MI NA i


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,,a i.nia.pli
4p. In.fp~m.
Pp. in P.M.

4ARP.Pont6SpNIn.


enaoato t'al k et5.2 Beauv h ,a r-tn. '

IN f rel gb t v-dal water 3:111 p m.


V. 1919 ~7.-9


Shop, Rear cf oh .. & fon s Stor,
INI Ni'FEN('IA ;I;


HINDER 8BROS. 5 0c.o


W106LISAL 0EoilOt,

Palafox Street.


iN| g 1or g 0 Pensacola. Florida.



-Importers and Il-aler-. n-- Thet tn('yCap7 ul es r. iperior
t 1 142 of (.1op1 .,
Chinese and Japanese c, .--'A and Injection.
Thy cre ina 48 ,'urs the
*=Fancy Goods,= i same disease without any nco.
WWIl NCITETA T S'AR. vmee SLOSTALLDRUGGISTS


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For Sale.
Slot m1 SawlC. eli/I rcomp~lete


~'J'6- ,;(; l,y I. J'ect id/i, ne
~"/s/ilrooi/. Filer


(!vie~ 4'v/P' 111/ c 'I lcry l Ca-
par/ III,,cl/tjiiic t" fb. ia r/ic


Geo. Pfeiffer,


Agent,


Try I. On T-? it all L' :i!s.

H. A. WATER,


Butcher and Green


Grccer.


PHONE 172


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8 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1900.
** m-i-


FEEDING THE GUNS.

Now libitiab Trops In Action ArO
anppIted With Amimosittlow.
If It were not f~t U3t tre is a very ex-
cellenit an(I -Ialoaotnte syiitetn of supply-
lug; solde~irs %With i inumutitioLI (luring
tho. (J a- cf' ig'it. it would 1w ~al-
nwtit !ceai so I I :m to 'kany Jart*.on.
Moderii 1 in,~-are very 1heavy
thittgs o If, 4arr. longi., rI lert. the
Iit.aii Irr''- ) tioftihe- c-i'*naail the
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froItn ':ic-tI Of te'114 1 1? e ituice
j~o~ti~ i b ?-I' Z 'Flo' .-fcl:)v IIII rt-

cut for 1:4- cee'ct-1'i iij I 'al it'e e:2cii (If
any of Ihlie'I'a ttal lc ajasbefr'uz1n lg etacb-l
ed froint t!it- i -hdby receie te heir
own cart'. tetck again.
In addc t on teai lie o i ovo there is al-
ways with the r&-gul.-r fltlhLnitinitJ (01--
uman 77 rouand% mfor each mana. antd a
further supply is carriled in t he **an-
munition pack- Of :5I3 u'ouncS Ipr tmnn.
Acimordingly the total afflotint c.ar-ried
In the field (tor iouch infantry soldier
works out at :',if rotindst.
The men ho aclually bring.till the
cartrIdges to theit-r vtamrdes (if the
fighting line vP ic-!c'c.ted front ocli
company for their strength aind ingitv.
The ditty oft lring!:zIII upsupplie-sof
ammunition tcirit'jtg-in engnlg-miett1-ir
a very f-ird-tv-111A tllf' ran'!.u' v ii. moslt
pbysic-ally 1l'It arc' 'ile t.' tc:it~'!Ifut it.
TIhenilc' .he "1101-Net-o le-101iV -1inbt-
tnlion njr't v e ~.1to ;-.,t within -.(R)
ya-Ids ''I'vtIc' -t-il f 3I'in :HiellThe
enrt t'ni n, i jn1.,a d...T-onIlutto


A Prc.dq ~cr Mill ExIolo-ioaf
Renmov. vc-rvt-ti~itin:i 'g. -
dci dr.;-zt:c flir;v- ral b~~- ut tiectli
areinictvltydIatig'-reii-;. IDoni't ci. ia-
b'cl '. t. III, eliatt- Yi -hi. e'rcvte 4,c91 vtur

Life Pijl* wj.ihis.uI a' ge- I ItIev:1i; a

f.-Ctly. (Ina' 11.adi".-. eI-.vI
tiian. Oily 2._; :z.:atW. A. I)Aoflu-
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i bitit, etI wow cl'.4zv -v-itil

Pas*in KJ4Im." wrie-o- Mr. W 11. t-
pl-ton. Ho, rinieft. iPa. "I hit :vp bhc-a
Full icted withiirocu'ma~d-inllfa -av'a
N-e3rs aindl nive tri-d remeiiedi's witli-
-out nttiabpr. bw Patiin lI~m iai tho'


For!aF iiie hiHaici~thl l-ca,'.. 2i S. IPA-I

THOO.('.CWATSON & ('SMI'ANV.
ILeutl vt'atsio. InoeturativePandIluental
Age-nts. Now I Saith l'alaf.ux Street.

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HARITIMEG
AZRIVED.
Spaniet 1vns. 1110l143e. Luzanaga. I ienfue-
goc to(in I tTrarbit Cco
hr bkt N ic-anon. h2 ol" t Pie-rre. to
JI'j A )Merritt
4 LFARrLJ.
Ant ; cb Ciifford I Vaniti'. .7. Ic'cr. liv
gkittntir MIg Co for )tartar.za!.. umit
21si'. ,n *It tnAilbii-n. '.alun'i-ast 112.-0)t
Aw t Ok iLaqr rt 'olkci-tt. ItMerritt. I y J noe
A %lerritt & tCe f.)r I a0ailyaCc)Cf',, N, Me.icc'.
Sit ifla I IN [on.r,cisa. Vi-si t~et]at V410'
A in -clc kiunu-r.'..Mayo, by wUA~tar to.- N. w-

"A Ii1,X71.
Fr ?,. Torinol:4. !Pe-wiH [i van'i
t~c r -aM 4armv.-. bct u ,d.-r. C.a. --. "in iv

AT Q'lAHAiN'TINF.
N-cr .I-k na.7 V'-.Iunr--t 1 .r
Itlt.''avru -1e.H17 t ten-AIi. it)

Vur- 1-_ot 1= lC,-l~D~


EAAKIA MIN 1P')1-

I'.- 'a'I- n--. I l-tcc.r.Ilanii: ton. o
Br Ct~ir'.1'.And'-,:*,,.n. fto Buitr'.

hr n-ca. .7. iiatrtcn' I. t.t~f Iran-it
Xu-: I -ran u,.t'ir' hto tjif


[(ncs Hnmnov.;n-uI 1;,,7, Pattia,-f'iIli t
Lu" (t.-L~~t~c. 7 I.1orecillIalki. tio V."
's(icSNic t t-i. I .1K'n .t- r.-
Nm PatiniA:. ; .:e -iiVei jitcI II
I: \aniloc', J 11%' lt t tu Lc)-it-Co Lni'
BAIRKF.
Hr An!!i-t''in ga7.vtt~e!. 11ter-n-'ii. lie hau~ii .
Iwune cd'.' at '.
RtO...A'u..tnLIllt. '.11. F~i;wI.-r. to o'r(!,,-
It A Ir1eLuI-uTuJorrizaui,. .II'-%. 'T1'raii/and
TI'rinidadc to onict-
It At ve-uirt% o 77" trctto.cb P -I 'On
It If.l-rng~l-ioPl, t toi-f .4tic:acr-. ]LtIZ'-
%%.nd 'v & I ou
.Not- I`tos-n. -.WLarw4-ni. to W. 1 Wittii-
4t o
Nonrlni 'tioe-n. --i. n n!mty-.. t'c 4)r 1--v
Nor Hellos,e i-21, Nai..eiis to W h bK.-~a.-r &
Nor fIt ghfliier. 4'. 'p5. Ani r-on, Iteo 1,C
Lu'; Helzoi. 67. Akka-nit~d, to Peunisacola
1. 1 rn en r'Co
Non Lady Gladys. 1,27-4, Jacobsen, to F~en-
sacols Lumber Cci
Non Loutagfellow, '.iO, n-ve-nd.on to W 15
Keysvuer & Co
Non Marwarc'tfbi, 1,L~arsen. to W8
Not, pipi isa, I1127. Pedersen. to Penitacoln.
Liar I +o
Itum Paul. 'tag. Laondstnoin. to order
Nor Kuba-ni Scrafteon t.i'itJensen, to
S5 S L (o
Non Sumetrlidt'.11tF'; Elling';on,cld for 8.ue-
flcit Ay re4A
It Tonnietts Y (;aggitu'o.1il'h Totitiettli.
to order
Non Viago, t!:M*, Mancu-w.tn toie'SKc-eycn
Am Vetc'tan'Ii, 77a. io.cka-n, to E E t-u1aun-
den'- & Coc
Ili- A!vc'e Brwlm'i'aw, H-- Iamtmionde. to

1't Krothelien. 125. e alit'. to i ,tlcia-
Ant Chttanisa 1. olfro inc'. !. Williatfil. toi
'Aiil Ll-ncA. Iitv 1--.i251. B illcc. t', t~tot4r
Awlt leay &'ro-''l. tt, 1,c Nlvi.' itt, cad f,,r
Am feito-t, in 7. Ait inc, to iwn 4!or
InSno-cai A. 4iia .Itf for hav-~ns
J.CLIIARItEUA~r, BAILED VFUR PEN-
laACeLA%.
STEANIHlPIt
1'nriirtncoi,,.. r. p flowut'-,' iytIt. .larl 12
Fic-4.cli it. kir'. I.';o" Hafluii ir'd6%e, k2aulbutr~n
Intl. 14)
11 ud(,-r~fieid. i r. .. ~itnI' rr v..1la n 3 1
$I nt irwlic. Nf r.c I :vi. eel-el i. tftw.o'r a. .1 lLn I'
t;a I dn.'lttr. !Hi *-, S t1( r v. CucI I'd If. Fir' toI
i- N( ie c o n. t,4antimz-.-ij. "Id lfurny.
Jan ;.

lciv.Br. 1I1411. l'cU' *(HIciT. .Intl
Tlio%)O'6'4.1iuman.tirt. 1414. \4VIi.t.511 A .i Ol-
tefclaumi. i-ciaL
1','lilfoei. N'or. ^e,., Cii n'ston--"ii.tat N'wncas-
Ili.'. II-nIcti. H n .'Ic't m ,aiia 1ac2
/aai ituna n Ur'I.1 Full 3' ie'i

6+r %1 i-. -1t' I'ilialuucxian`'5
I& a cqep.-tA *1.L;,. .Id r'c'A ialcia li-e 7


-iit-i or, :44. O'li tr--ton,. Jan
-f-l ti, It f*'-i. at l,- Icanti. Nctv I"-
'n-re-t ll i. n# ,('.iX i o l' I Jmn ItI
EQ ,-nr. Phi1W ic .uan.'iaoJan It
olo'.. La.. cid zn'.ntt eonc lmitdg1I#.,, 2


'I h u1rticIIW1vi i i1-)Va'1'.' ill f!-cc.-

fr, tuds, l cat'intlim whowciiuluiho zit -
'r tetil'.' iu.;t ke-ep Iher L'lr.If !-he
Is%-3 v k, -ivkl%' ai.-4 l nil n do% i. i. at
will Ito- fetjorm'tt' Full'1inn (:lab. I f A-t'

he(r 1fl1u; iioHtd w~ill cause i1111ip
I1c4iitcho *~. ki.I' j:e.t aii1 e
wre-tchelC j'uAici.Electt I(- IW-
tc-r~i= Iii''b- n'dliolle Ill11ft

i%-. ;d iit x- :.11. )16k 1tit'he l.i, .Ii t
tl' it y -i eIll. II c 1 l t. -v0 t.
I I.It will Ias 3ga i-ll .1

ti Vs'. A I)'- I


AN l!-'Xt f fi0iO

jo ~ ~ ~ ~ Oc I-je'e' ecm ''rthe I1nrn
tglt' anild F. tihiektI'ltl Iiailactial.
Tkle I't'lll, l1t~iitq" -f Eptvor:lin
I.'.a~'~tx-ll Cb.11 exc)'tIio~li trail
-cv'-Uthtlt' Finavili nd FiI el olckt-ili
rainti'au II~ -jC't-velilliize et)v t
1jc-kc-t- f. ::.' 1:11d lcl t-Ill' c-,w
'.; I 1.. En-t Oil -de-'ti
attctnt '1.) a-.Traii.i 'wavu..V 3t
-'p. I] ntn- ntchSfree.

Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup is the beat medi-
nc emr-c.' ni~-.L arynigihi., qu.1n-y or
t, ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ O n-lts -~'' r- fIf 'ct S tkli.-i' Ifid


POLITICh L ANIONCEIENTS.

F'or Sheriff.
I hereby announc- myself asa a candidate
for r- beriff of ga,unnbia County. and re.
spoo-7tfully .. ak the support of my filesuda
aied v.'tors of the cv unty. If e.loeted I will
ai-.eha.-e tho. d if i.oP il bail1 office t'f~leintlny,
fairly miod impjartially.

For Shecriff.

fm.I k-t 'm to t L .-11 MCIof L- ,-o*.'!-'
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;I. -. .Iiv tnnc,urnc- myto-,9lf a evrdi~i~to, for
i*Cto.1.J. C. VANI'k, T.
I -I- (rkeof ithe' Cirouir ut
I ..r. 'rv *-''f as a mycrr4 i~ Eildidl it-
..- r.. mooepci.-,k (it ti. ci.i lt-* ilrt
itti n- i.;. t e Nuppu~rtof tit- % -v. r-
A. M .CM I.I As;



Iu',rCrcu it4.lt (:4k.



I .'h i.!II toI.'-~If :a c4ir~ddt1at,,
c.,* i. e or co k of ti.. cirvuit (-4. 11I ,
I-- ~an a *l.lit v fitia I I' b.- pW.$Ii- )
voffjr' -r- ofit i v f. r(II i i t ,4 ki '!.f

i ter Tax E'olI. Cleat'
for g .~rt,:i :.,.Tasx c'i lvt'.r v of I-. ,ii'o
.*'C..r V. A.i H I )t' -X LVl.1r t V AI2F.

I or Tax Coalcrol-or.


ofE-CamcLa ,)COiUI.tY aL (hO tlls~illii V.-' 11Ll
M A NY ~Ik.j1


T l 1' '.- c an i ia v i f 1 W )V F I P 11 1I W. i s ~ j t to L b
(Al:4I:uOw i'd.,rino~,ratic pririkara. -.
Foar C('omaneTrraestaroi. -
I h.'retv a;'iinitiznt- myself a'i n 'in11lntd
*0(t,'f)('floln at I(itlat.. tia .-'irvir of ofueik
('uctilitv. -Utol.*,*t to a doci-clk]n ft the ect'U11111
.1.'nimeritt itprinkary et-e-t ion. ailaitrt.pa'c'-
fit I v Rutent t h latipport cof tI I~tsVeri e.of I[,,*
Cciitflt, pi.'cIging nifslf feit tchrIbf:tnni. I(tit-
-ait.' f~atithfulIperforrimmto of dut(lly flint I
hayc' 'nvlt-avoreei to fulfill duinginv pnrot,
tenure of the ol~lict. J. W. Fk:AFI h.

Fir JelIntatiiv f she Pot ace,
A.t tho suggestion of nurnerous fri,,nris. I
lao-eo-by un teounceto iy candiadacy for .luoetleo
of t lie Poaco- of the city di4triet. %iij'Lto


- WOW- -W-- N "--


SP, Fi4L & FICES.
Cohen, Friedman & Co's oT 4 woq.


0 00 RRCIET STORE.


0 0 *


V--i, GREAT 3MID-WINTER-@







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



Big Bargains!
IN DI.ESS (0%W1)S., ILKS ANI) SATINS.


Big Bargains:
IN TABLE LI.NENS. TOWELS. NAP'K!NS, ETC.


Big Bargains!
IN LADIES' MISSES.'. CAPE. ANI) JA('ICKETS, ANID IN LADIES
TAI )LO-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-
MENT; EVERY PAIR GUARANTEED.


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


thu action of the nomtinane primaries -
JAMES B. LANDuItV.
J A o-4oR. LAN,1)RU,-V,,,,.Big Bargaim s!
For S'lio -1 Superintewn.ent IN OUR MILLINERY DEPARTMENT.
To the voters of E-camhia County: ailors and Walking Hats, worth $1.0o and $1 .z, going at this- Hig Clear-
I haerebcy announce nmyoelf a eainalda'e f-i
Hupeimlntt'ndeit of Pubia t li nl truction fr S ing Sale c apiet-c.
E'-cambtit county and ask the suippjrt ofn.> i I, _--_-
;i itrid adtiI voters gencvra.ly..C J. BF..I.. Barg in 6!

V-' .r ziup rintendt n i o t 'uI !he I IIl- 1
Sr up. loen.l .f -uhi. N ( ARPETS, MATTINGS. WINDOW SI.ADES);. I.ACE CURTAINS
T h true', in. yI have received direct from Japlin oti car-Itiad off Mnattitg;
h'v itl.ill' y'.if a K tot-ndila ftri .- -Handsome Carpet D)eigns. The low price- will surprise you.
* ic:. '" te tI hot'lli"e tef ioIunity HupelI' ttI-
',nt f 'Itilhi,'.t..rctttion I Ii III COME AND EE THE GREAT SELECTION.
pl~H,- t|'lt t ui h iav thi c support t(,f muv f 'ii .'ls !
mtid o VQj',rs i'oil-rnlly it tIle colt tl i, g d ill'o-
cratic prniiitt.', .-ietion. N.n.CooK. | Remember our Trade Discount, 5',, off of all Ca.hi Purclhases!"t

Your Credit is Good YOURS ANXIOUS TO PLEASE,
For iati.thiti ino iarhliouspe. W have I
a Ina:,rIr,- ;t. ,,rtirrn. oofCouchp..,' P.eI 'COHEN, FRIEDMW A N & C0.!(
Latg'-e, Toile.t et' aSnd le'droiiqln
Sites. Ironlt lIB-ds-tead- at $4 up "Mail Orders Promptly Attended To.'t
I. M. PRYiOrIlt -
B.r.:iin Furniture llou.'. ,


IDeNVitt'-. %Vitch IHazf.I Snelve ips
tintequv i.l- (I for piltes, It' i 'inri- a:tfi '1
!.kin di-pa~de--. It is ttit (4-o r itaf : I
WiwiteH [az.elSalve-. Beware cif all
O-mmoitrfoit~t. Ii ftru' i".' Pvi'rlmlo('y,
John 11Shepard .S. hi4br -

.Vot/?in crso sets off ahbOllie
its~ 1,ati.swdx L Jurniture..-
c'l1arstofl4, Fin~ch.have an,
ilfl.1fpJLsC .tock for ,you, 4 fso s--
feet/por n (111theyi illis(,1l
it to you. on.lUon (vtint;le and,


MA.NI FACTI I E AND I l, \ LE' IN


,, LUMBER, LATHS,

SAWUD CYPRESS SHINGLES--Kln-Briei Saps
S_ PE SA(OLA. F IA.




TiY IB IIWI' WAINT COLUMN!


F. E. BRAWNER'SW


STOCK-TAKING


SALE


CONTAIN UES THROUGHOUT THE WEEK!


These ( oodsare all tiis SeaSop's Buyirq ard will be dr)loaded at agd


Below manufacturers' prices


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\ onill ii 'l' lr t'l .H \.c) :'I;t I('


l-a-krj.l i .- I je -' 0


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esn tr i "1 h .nIiPaii.ttfc.t -f cx '


N F Fs- 1 'ts 1 1. F 11All1



clams negotiated. 6 to 8 per cen't
BinkleyV& Danieeh. Inl: I

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writin.tz 0--k. I !,:yi -ii I 1 r
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(0i~. .4''I.MISL Hotrttite. ii I 4?. Plarn.
ApplPy at N rw-caMvefo1.r in fcerr Vml ii .n

44I1% F41 t iLI HArt'H11*N40-e me dollitr to:
_Alogitcef piar. hned Mr-own L*-,zluont.A
Leavme orderot at Parlor blarke~t. 116tt
4 'NOR nSALEK tin Ni;11-A ?t-se're fram'
4welli locaitedc. ?-%tlery dwe-limic and out -
hjou~-i'. aill &Ind% cit fruit free-%. Apply low
l-ltriman I roceen. '%uncat tLake', for infect-
niaiattou or adcir.-t-4. 1). 3Myer,'r.Olive~. Via

PR i~LK-4bn' ~-li 'r. rvbp an firer -
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F url)!,, frmititin Hm'. 'u h lo. cain bNo
soeld o'n .a~v t.'rit'. anid at is bargaiii r. he'.-
C. 'weTt'oeuia VCc.. (1ltOf
I4'4) S!z'A LE-I'he mo1110-4 s'i ruble I' 'tqtii
t i ily citi ecy tericre4. hv th" lt-h.'r
Reoal El'tafac Airooucy. 1-. II il.' Wilwi. %.c;%ni-
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T AN' r~ll-Ki- :piioveuu'*..i or .ii m p..
1(f.1 "Wil CIdaY, t. U tenc'grapihtr r idnlI
--'nt,'rulottle" work 413wtome pf 1.t-'
livak-C'flipti. elit Yt)Itialit tdy W1141 C%'111 i1'.
xue l~ni- ny. Addresloc. L. 31i. -

WANTEDl-AlI Kinhds of errptyutiuart
Wwbisky bot tle. 4. A. 73180. AN
nov~tf
WANTED-Old beer bottle& at Dannube,
W eer Bros.. y


AiliX IC 11-ELINti -?. AAMe 4 'Al'
theowienetafl" 1)1art. lFiill *lt(.I'ii
t n-4ta!I uct-nlit f .- ri-ti. r. ~*f
f~or pain and te-vers at tiffic.. :;! J111


fISMt FLIMiE CH I i'Ll'Y Pntitary M.-litm,,
m'.and Nuodergartoen in now open tea,
Ies fifth term iIn tbe reioldence at iii.. re-r
noir of Psanfoax and Jae'kson atreloacrc. @on-
trancec on Jackson. Tertms V.00 er umonthz

A A. E A N 1) V E MAi1,JE MC H H .. N W
corner I hn-ang~d E'.-vaii street%. pra-
poirco. f-pr 'etle-ge or h.i-,.1. H. MWkui-
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*r%. K orm t i~e.li lif) Cstp .y wtei cit ithes.
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CALL AND INSPECT
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lin-e of Irf-rie trial l12a--'
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THE DAILY NEWS:


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THE NEWS PUFLISHISG CO.

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mecau-t- men or c ewu-pt er- of hi,e-
tsime party tit. rr Ihone.tly abo~ t
party pollIvt-- *r octrIn I I nol
rpaonu why tIoi !:ol-,ll dn+-ntnce
14te another a! trai: ,rs to tme party.
Each ia tl.e -aim Ii lieiiable ight
to ii, ort I- opillion. Each ian.
with equal force, accu-e the other iif
treason to i artv ,rinci!l,- 11'ho,


GORD 'N.
A Brilliant Lecture by the Great Con-
federate Veteran.
Genetrl John B. Gordon la-t niih:h
,at the op. ra hou-e delivered his fa-
rnou- lecture. The Last I)jy- oif thi-


THE W 1G V.K!Y NEWS:
rubjathted o* it-ry I ria!;jat V pr yai
Pating" frt--.

TELEPHONE NO. 118.

Adewsuingr Rates Furniished on App/lcc 'ion.






Tb,. paper is on Mie with the
MIIIUADVURTINNI COB,
_-1. ,ad vertigers and other.: maw
Csd01e0kmud1Uwhere cetf atre a .11be giv,-n


FESBAOOLA. FEF. 20 1900..

THY. Jackw-orvilie noard (of Ijealti.
bias junt comple-ted a ceniiuw of that
city, 011owing a populatiour of Mi.5-i..
an iticreatlif'-irice ~(4j.7 -;2. tor
:!1.4:! per ct-r.t. bf-iing al avo-ra;e ala-
nualitricrea-' fi,,yt!)#- 1terimtl nriiarad
of 4 LA pt-r cent. IDur ing, xhe sin-

has a racro-a -.4(I*L .I';ter c' t *rant
autiual avt~riA;, 4f I1I.#;- per e('Add. 1.
each city liailtitainr t hft-Qum,- por
centage of gai Ii ii aitl Iia' J1a*( iG
wall be thv ijie~ttrppoli.- .'FI,. ida

1,.-p t Ir~r i v ,ve-tt r . w tit-k lv 1J
Inanfully agiai r -t ti:, f-a iffi:
of the pa:; tI tmuat, anid trvinIIIt
avoid bankrutit:-y i Iwit',:r t.etiupitr
atboionl --.I'.. irttIu:

paper* n:kii-af. i '( sl~t
tieair LId :t-::iAl RlEit-t~ina..Lid haitI:-
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aud the -cal (it', .f'r la[

T m t-- S a -ke To 1I4r~apt. a;:t4e-t-with,
'[H K A t~at li- jbnpol rf a-rii x
it-ti whr the 1 *t-a I rato. f. r adlvit 111--
inX tax sale- L-u ld It,. t I.
'commercial zatf-;, lIntitm "hxat
triopresentifixo-da i e*tlir'.l
adverti-iti.. are .ati.-favtry. rWiV th
this w lvw. -,fit.f, a, t lA. ''t-egalph aI-
concerno-d, we %IIIzlI i.t (Ii 1T-r. If it
Ir. satio-tio'd Viti, tht'i. 1.there-p,11't

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ANEW DEPIRlURE.
More About the New Methods at 1 he
People's Store


Cotife+deracy. to a large audi-ince. al
o)f whoin expresse-d by fre-qin-:ia up
pllau-e their ent1lu-iastic apprecia
tion of its merit- a id the ir .;rdrit
adanir,,tion oif the disting;i- !ieti
sp. aker. The a-semblage wa- :argei
than -uch entertairinment- are ni-ial
ly greeted ty in this city. and tlh-re
-ults to the- local organization undel
whose auspic,-s the event occurr+-c
was di,-tinctly gratifying.
The platform was graced by mnan3
diktinguii-hed citizens arnd mernhbe-r:
of the 1'. '. V intcldinz (Gen. -. A
Moreno. Gen. French, ('oinmandlian
Riesiniver of the navv vard. NlMajo
Calef. t'. S. A.. Mes-r'. F. C. Brent
A. L. Avery. W. E Ander-on, Hon
Cal. Tippen and others. Brfiradier-
Gentral (ieorge Reese introduced
the distinguished lecturer by grace.
fully relating an incident of one ol
the later battles of the civil war,
when a division of the southern
army. under orders to effect a tem-
porary retreat, was divided into two
sections. each of which executed the
movement in turn while the
other covered the movement. In-
dications of disorder ii execut-
ing the movement having appeared,
the commanding general da-t:-d tto
the- front and took position at the
head of the first column to hold it
-teady while the second defiled pa-t
it. For several minutes the fhiur,-
of the intrepid officer stood out in
bold relic f, firm as a ?-tatu*,. the
only visible force intervening be-
tween hi-s beloved troops and an
overwhelming force of the eienevy.
rapidly advancing. A color ser-
geant, seeing him, hastened to hi,-
-ide. planting his colors. Ilntiplled
by this sight and tCie stirlinig corn-
mands of the general, a thin lini. ,.f
riniin quickly formed otn tieach i- uk
1of the central position, the mnih-it)is
rapidly incre-asing as tthe iar' v.e--
Imi-nlit hte'ame lit. tnd-rs-too)(d. 'lTh
rT -ult wi i lot tiianiract;.lonu-.
Se-.in g tit. Confederates i ailt-
II, :ird reforminig their lint, of
atttle. the n,-iiny lp'-1tied; tihe ('t
fejt-ratte- c'iontiniied to (-stabl-li ti;e
liil-. ;a r iadvant i .e w .- orJtr.i- .. ;;!ii
t'.ie day was won. Not until t!.,.n
w\v.i t!h- di-c.overy Iadlt tt:;at thl;
a_- ll ,ilt r:!ni nd r whil- Imaiht lil1-
1 L ihi- i perilu- alid dit!ic'ul ;..-i-
tiotri. had beei, -trioti-nly w, nllida d il:
the f ie-. Th.it general wu- Jo!:n RK.
( ,rdl,,l A. lid W l II (n;, 11. Itetse Piint-
* t t t he --;ir ill"ni til- lIC ". ::- hti
cil -'.t t:.e rc-ital, tLe wht.'i4 Li.u:t
r'.- in a l ,lilitvy lur-t iof i,;lani
wnir! c titiu-ed for -,\ er l iniii-
Ut,"-. dli'iin w !tic'i tl:,,- <,r.'!:,-tra
i.lay ,.i )ixie "
Not evt-n :i -t--tiirap)licr report iof
<-.a. t,,rilon's letti r- could (,o it
full jil-tice. Tlioe ilii -inig pr-'.,
iality: thle iinfi ite v.iriatij' is of tonet.
anid gst're : the innrnier ]hi, -'*0,1 i-
Mllltl .Il Vtd,,t(-" tilt- ',W l;ltt,-.e t ili-
Cli,, I- !)' tW e<-l tl, O t *,w t-laid 1 1
force--; thi.- d "- p athlis .of lthi
inimii-er'i- iineidenlt-. re-l at.v. with
dratln.iti(' eltet-.t, aiId thl. te:l-.ioi of
int en-- inter-et, hrokti n ov-r :iti(,
anon l iy h Illoir- m reifiark- aird
til.tr ,r t o')ll-tllt i j; ll o -(. '-i 1 ),
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THE POLICE COURT.
Chas. Wright. a Hiunlar H;arder
Geis 00 Da 3s.
There were only six ca-es befor-
Mayor Hilliard in the police court
this morning. The fines a,-grtgat.-d

Archi- Set-<. charged with a--ai:t.
wiio-e case wa- Iontillnued frot) y --
terrdtav. w f:i- itn-d t 7.f5o.
D. Biirigz-:. two c'harg-. -upi'ipis
charact-r and heit-g dr.nk aijnl di--
t',rdl ly. wa-s filled $17 ,1
Jenrtie S t:itile-y. dlrtut:k an.i di--
.*rl-rly. w:4-1 fini-0 i' I
Albe-i. HIfood. a colortid y charged wwil! i-ltil a l: -:iirm.tii.
wa- ,--it uip for .-SI day-. s,1itence be-
inr. -u-,?en-nled with tht- mnitrstand-
ing that i1 hie ie- a rre-sted on tllhp
-amn- charz:- again hi- .ehtetnc will
be ;ni day-.

"Prervention is the be-t bridle."
You can prevent sickne-s and cure
that tir d fet-lingt and all blood
hutnors by taking Hoo>-d Sarsapa-
rilla.


THE NEWs of Saturday contained
a reference to the arrival in the city
(Af Mr. A. Schwartz. proprietor of
The People's Store, to a-sumne per-
o)aal charge of that ext,-nsive estab-
li-hment. and to iinau.u;irate some
tenarige- in its neithodss of ifmana ge-
iI-int. A NEws reore-erI.tmtivIe
vlited Mr. rt'hvwartz this morn-
ing and learned -,;noe addi-
tional particular- c ionc.-rni:i.i l -
llan,.
**I hiave mad: sv--eral bri.f vi-it-
to Pen-sacela -ince:l estabii-he-d thi-i
busiie-s. -aid Mir. Sz'hwartz. "-but
ni,w I htive come ti .-tav. I have
always admired the city and ami
glad to become one of its permanent
residents. I de-ire particularly ti>
make the personal acqu tintance of
the city, including. of course. all of
the customers of The People's Sto)re.
Having been represe-nted by others
entirely, this will be a source of
great pleasure to me, and. I hope, to
those with whom. through myi
agents, I have been doing busine-.s
so long.
"From my experience elsewhere. I
am convinced that doing busine-s
on smaller profits, and turning
money over more rapidly., is the true
secret of business. succe-*;. I believe
that such a policy will not only
stimulate trade but will a-so be a
welcome innovation ,hre which the
people will appreciate. I expect to
do not empty bragging, but shall en-
dleavo)r to prove to tio'i who lmay
favor iv. with tht-ir cu-trni that
goods can be sold at price gri.atly
reduced fr,-in tho-e which have here-
tofore prevails-d lire+. ;and itiat to,,.
to the mutual be(-nIf, it btiv-r :tnid
seller."
.M r. S,.hwartz ik vyiII. courttn-
and pleasinai. ;1 in Inirt-r. an I t -riitlv
up-to-date in lhi-- bu-ie-s mneth.id':;
:rnd THE Ni : -; prdlict-s for tl,#.
P'etple's Star. unde-r hi- pe-r-,.iial
ilanaizenit.nt, ;Ia I c'-.-- that will
prove n hoili(O g INgIs thl n, pihe intie, I al..


Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup. that marvelous
(iaiwklyI:; is-la n. (it t-, !!'o,- .alinfnm

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I t t ri 1tifettiiii I fu)t [I r i Y a ild fill(-
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bumia.


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b v, -,air :) a'Iitth and tnltTar e P r r-;Acrt y
JitA. )ato t t' na-a'ctIri ae.
V.-..n~. tl-4 :ur~h..r wLttn.-,tve'j0

r-'c.:iat- i t tai..- to I:-zn Am-a ,i
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t t'' 1.,a i: i! I i i -i n. t B". t Y in .ro, ri !I(;r
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Investigate the Convertible Term Contracts

--F THIE-

Old Penn Mutual Life Ins. Co.

DAVID EDREIT, 1% M1"'f -I'A" .,-f.i i v


J. M. HILLIARD & CO.,

-MIan::fa':u:'e:s iand I) ,- rs it.-

Carriages, Buggies, Wagons and DIray

_z-Repairing Attended to Promptly.-0:--


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*" l .n'.nniant; Mattini:. I1 to 1; yards. -o2 to 25c li':ali-
ty pe-r yard ....................................... 15c
j,,rt E:, !- i InIlu:n. Price t- Clu-e p>r -i,;rar.
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I i'rain LCarp*,. :all w,),)l. -,, :,t :2:; yard piece--. to
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!, V .,vt and Irus--elk Sin:; !, RP.:. re.atly fnr': ,!.
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in Mr..I. N. And lrew. -tore in Pala;i-
fox -treet. RIa,"nable price-s will
Itr'.vaxl. Partie- promising donna-
tioin- art- i e ter -lit- in bySatuidaynext. 2:f.t
THE FINEST BRAND'
i)f pure whisky for medicinal ,,r
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T- m ake- ; :a0. ,t;i; f,,r ,,, l:i; p:,rt Order,
of N1attii.nr- ;-t-t re,-,-ived. we
)fT"-r or E:a:tir- .to,-k ',n Han-.l
at tOi followi, g ; :jie-...

500 Yards Remnants, 20 to 35c grades,
for lOc yard.
5 Bolls t5c Mattipg far 12 -2c yard.
5 Rol's tic Mattiog fir 14c yard.
5 Rolls 95c Matfite for 9P s ..,,


COOKING STOVES


ALL PRICES.



I~i~hm Nnlow^o


Coffee:. Coffee::..-


l 'r.'il/ /tle at( mention o .
he ui. ier'f /iIfnlJ/ to 'i//
i/at'/ /liDt i(e har'e one f
/he b.st e/ltipped friaos/er,
in thle Souith. (ll /that we .
,artn furnish this /deliviousA.
bevcru'je ft /, price. -h Ds that fT
/leP/ competition. If'e also MARD 1 UG tL1
wish to remind you that our K.
Coffees are always fresh GOODS
from the Roaste.r J1T7iile -AT
others are old and have lost :
their aroma, ours is freshly. 6 0


Na-a'l Cata":5 ,uick'y yi;i-s t,,
tre:tmentt y Ely's (v:tii0 B:,li t.
which li a;ar---abvy aloin-sttit. It i-
re(e-i veid th!'iroiugh t!.e nli-tril-.
Ip.an; dliti heal- t.1e w1'.l0' -'I f;.t
over wHlich it dilfu-.- it--ef. A r'ei;.-
-dy fo)r Nas sl iCatarrh wl.ilch i (j lvy-
i(.,l or exciting to the. di-ea(d ineili-
hb'aee liuald nlt t'- n-t.-i. (Crieai
Hal!in is i te' niz.,d .a- a -pc' l .
Pi ice,.' e l-ent- at tdriiwg i-t- ,r by niI:i il.
A ci;ld ii the lh ad iirii,' di _:t I iv i i
ilwears. wiihen relm- I a ia t :it .
E!y BHrothlirs., ; VWait'.re Strtet. New
Ylk.
%varitl':in ( Pa.;, ins
Ab)ot oin-- year "a!os tes-' 'a..ln, ti
lPatitl;a what is known a- the Itt-li-
lit -.- ili They pi-r:-achi that they
ari- living -inless live- a.ti l are Ii!,lY
.li h th- lune.
I have a daughter whi-. wal- very
;priniisi ig and I iiade all the .acn-
tlces I could to educatee her to te-ach
school and last xaaminatioln -ihe
pa--ed and got a -clht i at II tinlir-
ville, Fla.. and since -!4.- coiieint-nced
teaching she ihas forsaken iia and
hone, all mly (colll.nsels aand enibraed
"sinless perfection."' Shlie lia- giverl
iup hlie -chiool, which wv.a- p 1 ini .i'Lor
.i l i:i a it :. ;ciI< I i..- .,t, .- i.f.. w it. !
til? I1wi col-- irl w i i1 ;i .0;i ,-. ill in
lby t I li f tIll a of (; -: I ; i a 1 ; 11 ,-
S, iiltti to Pallllett I ';.. ;o ;.i e ion
that do,'trmir:..
lt,.' i t .--r e ;t -.i+- t '. i" il1
d:lu_'ht.T. oily ,.; ;,., rI y1 .!<, o di.
WVa- l:ia li iid t.1'w:1. t :r ein C ;'ti .it
ti Illy W i-!;e- t ;;, .y t -- i ot t* n l,>p
.lii-t;ey lii th" hailed :1!.'lI ;iv *r )
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a -0 -;i), I) .d .
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The annual meeting of the Pensla-
cola Library Association took place
at the library yesterday afternoon
at 5 o'clock. Vice Pre--idetut .1. M.
Roberts presibed an'd :a quorum of
the members was prese.*nt.
A communication wa-i read from
President Hays re-grettinr tOatt a
business trip away trson tht- c'ay
prevented his atteind:l.re. and i ron- -
l-ing l .ontiituied devotii ;o t! e in-
tesrests of thee i :titti>n aid anl
earnest support to Li- :c,.e--i i,
whoever he tiii.lt 1),..
The lniii t-.s ,t th.e '.* -. lin;g
m monthly ine .tii,--. iiit.lih ii;;,- ,t V ,t.
of thank- t.o 're-.d.iit H iv- tior tih-
genio r *i- a 1t ,f -:i ita.i w -i-r r .t-id
a tnd aiit i ov i.
I,(e ilntli -; Iorto f tl:e -,''r- r;i y
ari-.l tret-n,- rer w\vi- r-at. -!ii \N ii;.
the fiil'itn ., t! ." iihr ify to I.. ill
a heal'vby cit.(ili: i-ti.

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tir .r reCt:iry n (t .i r :i-'i t r ifter
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S THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 20,1900.


ROBERTS' REPORTS


PUZZLING LONDON


ACTS GENTLY ON THE

KIDNEYS, LIVER

AND BOWELS

CLEANSE THE SYSTEM
-, EFFECTUALLY,
DSp? o -- I- -
D- ti- E -
OVERCOMES -_ -

H1BITUAL CONSTIPATION
PERMANENTLY

1T"E e ICIAL IffECTS.
G T !.; '4,:. .,E M*A 4T 0 e y

CLL'IFO.NIA hGSW^CQ
rca sAt Bi *

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p ratiCap) ee ra, 1;t.;' ::'ra. Eraban:%
sew' n e WA.uuceus,2- .rar eaig u

road fo: the advance of Licneral k..zt-
a' re.
Lilt Utllo-hfti neW. apD to 2:45 P
m. is a d:spatca 1ruwn Lord Ruoberts.
da ed Jacobrdsi. 11,40I p mn. sunday.
contiruxiig top pri'ei announcement re-
gariing .renera: BrabisuL's movements.
BOERS CROSS THE TUGELA.
Driven h y 1,i~ler not it Ifii yard Wlth

Ls:.".Fel -Tae war c4-Mce has
ref oived the t.. '. ng dispatch from
Uenora: Bu.:.-r:
"C-:iEr' iiFY CA-.% Feb. "1 -1 es-
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suru~re bn :..'te~ .f t:i :p 'x-n tri.
ga.i. 'i4au Isi -,"e e i-ern '!:III Of ta,.
,e p: -. T,-:t., a \, 2. % tflrue =yelnwij bri.
Cal Ca :. ..uthe ..Exrem-right,
war h,-d T!- .i- A!lern 6., P-9 ,IMonte
('bris-o in ~nl;.C.Ve i fof 01tUien-
emw atteiz,:u. u ,t!; e,-apa miere from
our Firil .r" i7tr
"Ailtan t. i oy vp04lr Vrtili~erv fire. on
t:at'ir fcrnt manalfl ini :nu attac;,2'alonl
tbp,,r flsa'k hn- rear,.~ t..A'!ei~v wade
2 ut si.t :11Cres:5'3a-ee t!A. al and-'tninng
tae'ri~r,-triz 11-t.ii. waredriven
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Hisllrr Makes Cdplure.
Ln~:.'.Feb. 14.-Itlis officia.1v an-
gpou&icd that (;enerai Lollor reports
tz'a! he flag eartmred several camp@. a
,ini'MWT V f amrnfluofland a number
of prisoners.


THI I


FAVORITE


Place For Pensacola
Buyers to Buy


Choice Family


The Well-Known,
Up-to-Date Store


JENT Z & CO.,


E. Government Street.


TELEPHONE 261.


DAILY MARKET REPORTS.
COTTON.


NKW YORK~
Januiurv
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te t- Cat ?*o riiect~ui;.a, tne cat'1*
Iani wi.. iniTrcdu,: tne *awii.ns rra-
t, rPre!- dentILa-tiam iiaa.-l yesterasiv:
1.5(v oY) 1'. :i c.rats trout out 0o
!0%%.U wi.1 e, We to A:.azira Eo hear our
fl~tn~U~L'eI nebt. I lave received
numvters (1!,.eite:rs rcaneaiing Demo-
crrtic 13e sin vari'ons a.OCtiols Cof
Georgia Annouflc:nz rneir lurent~on of
te~ngc p:esent ou tiue occavsinof AMr.
Lrv'an' a tac~rcss.
"irz osu.istiist Democrats in Atianta
are auxwous to hear tne fanious Ne-
bra s i n. lie w,:, b" g~en a rousing
reco-p:2taif. and ii K ninq w:11 be ieft nu.
douLe w unmine L2-,-visit a nuiabie cue."

7AF!.h.. eb 1~- A prraninent nflicial
(If ine gI 1trunment. aseakiiu-to the cur.
re-prn.-.eur ,,f r.e As.-, :ited Press re-
garaing tac )-I!ri-.rcauccn-tructuon of
t. e Yoatrabcua canual. 4ax~i tuat the hope
f tue 1'Irettcflpt, :'Is..that the Ameni.
S:;n 1ytrtiiit 'A..)flt d-( i,e on what
r,4u-.e tue canal s'iiaii ta!.e Uzi ttto
Wi i-er t m:rnibp:onzmakes its r..porm.
We _-1zk. 'no -aid, *-it is bui reaefn*
ai..e tnt tUe AD:0nlOn f exp-rts and on-
ir upers s8L'u dfite rewaroied before a

N, eW .111111a u'g'uipgmal1.
Ez:'ti~; ~A. a.. Feb. 1I Th 9
Treu~e;;r Brown Ure and Minningt CUM-
imv bas t'ec-n organized here with
cartlta (~i. J. NVCorner of Sa.
"annab 14 Tresi.:eut and treasurer; IK
Ii. Cobb) of Anniston. Ala., is vire preg.
,,en! and geupratI rausazer. The corn
znav has 1rurch&a-ed extensive iron cre
ttrOperties near Jacki-onil~e. 12 mile-,
tirr-rf of tbis city, and wili mine and
,h~rp ore ..aU a lar,..e s.'a.e to nearby fur-

N-w 1lsiti,%.hip lI'consin.
SAN jYR4e_-r44* Feb. 19.-The battie-
.nxp Wiscowtin. now tui~iing at the
Uno ironivorks, is last nearing corn-
rie iio. ~Sve wilI probably be ready
tor Dt.:Irio, tmu before July 1.
PROFESSIONAL CARD.

DR. WM. C. DEwBE.RRY.
oFrIOE-Harmah Bros.' Drug Store.
RFMDEINOE-400 E. Jackson Strep

Win. H. MareaD), M. D.,

flasuopalhi, Ptyslmin anI Snrgap,
Late 1)f OAIA. Fla..
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Masonc TePle.PNo. l364.


Real Estate Agents,


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0OO1UM~PONDUNCE SOLICITED


'11e iworTrium~ph ori/laster Brc%%inl

Cro-*ned by colrnoisseurs
everywhere as uqcorqdifiornal
fy thre choicest beer brewed.



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ALLIGATOR


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)OPPOSITE UNION DEPOT. -:@


W. C. NORMAN, Proprietor.


Telephone No. 46.
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--."THE CHOICEST AND MOST POPULAR BRANDS OF:--


WItSI:1s, Wllm, SLIUIDS, COIDILLS,


@:-BEERS, ETC.,=-

II WO0B AND GLASS, tARGE OR SMALL VllATITIES.


SOLE AiENTS FOR


PENNLANI) RYE WHT-.N-).
WOM4)KHILL SOUR4 MAS~H.
YELL 'VWSTONV I AY H.I-
D)All')-MAIl)D [~Y
ATI4A"TA B1t!'WTN'iN 414'ilA')NN
CELEBRIAfEI. BE-K.% .


SOMETHING NEW
SO METHING NEW


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HALL & KLEIN'S


Mammoth Retail Grocery,

502-504 SOUTH PALAFOX ST-.
TOlCphonx3.x 8300.


LW II': -N. w :.A W(ld. r.'4


Telephone No. 147.


McMillan Bros. Co.


(_ Coppersmiths,

General Metal Workers.q

SManufnft ers of and Headquarters fcr ,e "

Celebrated McMillan Seamless Turpentine Still,
CoMplete Outfits always o hand, aud retiring doe is the cou .

MOBILE, ALA.



-:rJOHN PUJRDYh:,,

Foundry a d MYlachin e Shops;
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Telephone 34q.


Punmacola. Fla.


P ~ ~ \~I'~fj5-1N 'IiK11RTRUC'K-;. ,ML.


Dealer in Machinery, Fittings and Supplies for'
statn m W M6A U- A-.


Cold Weather
Coming. a
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IDOMPSOP. O1ser) U@,c.


Coal and Wood.
4tt.'- a Y 'ardI s E. f'0,r-r / 7 1
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GROCERIES GENERAL IUINCE


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FEEDING THE GUNS.
now *ritash Troops In Action AVO
bapplied Withe Ammunitio.m
Ifir t w.er* utitit fli--~:0 hlr *sa xv er -
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illA iNG AHi 8TOCK AKiG SAE


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


Big Bargains!

IN DIES.S (W)I)S, SILKS AND SATINS.


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


Big Bargains!
IN LADIES'- MISSES'. C(APES ANI) JACKETS. AND) IN LADIES
TAI OA)R-MADE DRESSES.


Big Bargains!
IN LADIES SILK \ND BRILLIANTINE -KIITS AND LADIES'
FLANNEL AND SILK WAIST-.


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IN


Big Bargains:
OURl ENTIRE WELL SELECTED MAMMOTH SHOE DEPART-
MENT; EVERY PAIR GUARANTEED.


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


Big Bargains!
IN OU'R MILLINERY DEPARTMENT.
Sailor- and Walking Hat,. worth $1.I, and $1 5), :oing at t:;hi li Clear-
SingSale at p.5 api-ce-.


Big Bargaind !


IN ( ARPETS. MATTINGS. W'NDO\V SI.x\DI). LACf (I'RTA INS
W\ haivo received direct from Jap ait, one:- c.ir-loi d eof .1Iattiin;:
1Landtione Carpet lDe-igno. Thte low ;lrice- will -,irprjie yoIu.

COME AND SEE THE GREAT SELECTION.

geR'n(,meuiber our Trade Dicountt. 5 off of all Ca-.hI Purchias-s!;B


YOURS ANXIOUS TO PLEASE,

. COHEN, FRIEDMAN & CO..(-"
r'NMail Order- Promptly Attended To.'IB


W. B. WRIGHT COmPANY,


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LUMBER, LATHS,

SAW3D CYPRESS 8HINGLES--Klin-Ecriedl ,as

PENSACOLA. FIA.


YaE TeL NBW&' WAIT COLUMI!


-F. E. BRAWNER'S*.-


STOCK-TAKING


SALE



CONTAIN UES THROUGHOUT THE WEEK:


Tfese Goods are all t,)is SeaSop's Buyirq a9d will be pr)loaded at agd


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jISS VLIsF CH IPLrY Prmnaary Pt"
IN mand Kindergarten 1%Innow ogwt
its Iifth term ina the repsidm.-en.at t.,
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trance on Jackson. Terms tU.00 p~r rn',n!.
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