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thae the. -I.1 btt It i fi- cfeliar-
In'-' mi c -1 ent et a ee.. -
ilrcte!y ii-" i..- m i i Ii the relief t
i id ig tio i i Var -~ .iif rm .




W it-h pri per di -t the- i iit. ic will
cudre the wor- f(rnim- f ti-i: to -
,lenting:t- vAil. liC o ith it. !hu d, i .

By tm tis add it It. it- viXrtrue as a
whieral to; ic and t! ii orator andii
blood purifer, aire it ipai red in
lt e least. Noi bett; r le- i- lii car -.
Ih found for the I lie-f ou-f Ihoso. di-
eadircthat ar, so-illy te t-vi' t r li t'-f
-p i prent r di- 'i' i will




I take wthirt ppf rtuiii f ti' tor-k
myto fienr for ti e support they hvch.
general thi onic, aid ivirolnis ratr
'le least. No b-tt-r n -ed-iie c'-


w ve ben revefJ. M. HILLIARD & CO.,
painful menstruation by -Manufacturers and Dealers i,-
Lydia E.Pinkham's Vege- Carriages, Buggies, Wagons and Dray.,
table Compound, are con-
stantly writing grateful u pRepairing Attended to Promptly. r:-
letters to Mrs. Piakhaun. 30 EAST (ARDEN ST. : : : : : PI'NSA'I.A. F


Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound]

cured them. It always
relieves paful period
and no woman who suf-
fers should he without
this knowledge.
Nearly all the ills of
women result from some
derangement of the
female organism. Mrs.
PInkham's great medi-
aine makes women
healthy; of this there is
overwhelming proof.
Don't experiment. If
you suffer get this medi-
aine and get Mrs. Pink-
ham's free advice. Her
address is Lynn, Mass.


hard at w. ik --t :ii.httr.i:. tL';
wirre:,
'i lit Sln i II .le lier' .
A' N.- w Orlani t!.-** in:ixinini:
v6 l..city was 1t nI1 t--. a;it M .1ridian.
Atlanta iand Pal,!-tine :12 iiilvs- anti
at (*:l lv,- t, 'TI'lI- storm 1I nII tIt-r hI is l:lIVtI!I
nior toward toI-d :v to St. L,,ui .
Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup is the best medi-
i'l ,' >r .i r.- i l r" lh lt. larv-'a -~. iot:l nsy or
loilll-llti-. j-K % iy i! re p ef 1; -ii'il 'te ll.l
v , i i t l r ;'. d t y '.,; ; i i. r u u 1 r1 i i' ' ,
iI l :.. '11a y .
ilankrup-cy l'Proceed(li 'i.
Yi-tord:iv. 1)#-f,)r, tilt, r< ft r'e.
ni. E. K N ichtild-. ;t ll-e tinl (if
thti cr,,dit(,r-; was 1 ",-ld i the fca;' of
I. llmnt-ni tnn 4- (',. ('. 3M ('.-tni.
"-tj., p i tl', airedl for thel; r inkruiit a:iici
lt,,i. J. ('. Avery anl iiHini..A. ('.
l ,tiuii f-repr-elnte-d thl; creditir-.
Iiprliiani l ieiln)t r;,. who (had l).ii
thei- receiver wa- a )ppii i'trid tru-t0e.
"I'hl stock oi1 lland Coli-i-t.t- of li tuiioi-
:ii!l "ilif ii d tit! ilenv It','y
aillir'ititit to 771.*'2.
His .Life -WasS aved.
MIr. .. i.. Lilly, ca irom'lninelit it.i -
Z'in of H t ,iiilil il, M. o.. i htt 0ly ltl :a
woildterlul deliv,'r:iance from i : fright-
fill d .itll. Inl t'-llii:: of it he -;Iv. :
"I wa- t,lkol with "vpt'l' io, l 1f\e
ti lt i r i into, I'ile :ii ila. Ma ll.rIi, -
I..ahL-! t ;1deIlltdl. I w;l- W -0 woIV lk I
(',tn ll't , vii-it 11;' ill ti ih N thi-
Ill h* 1i I i *X1 *; ) i! to soo
di.- o' ;',: iitii i '. W l ",n> I l,-itrdl ot
) r. K;i: N-; w l0 iwcVp\,ry. 4!)l-
htlt g iv.- gl ;eat ,'lif f. I colntilh-
(I.'-* ZU t lI it. aind lioW ;lll We- It alld
-, ', . I I ':ill't ;ty too Ii"liti ill iti-
* rUii-,.." '1'l. ii i fi"<- ,i.l- iiir li'cii
i- t ,.. -11i .-t "i uil < i,'ke'-t ciii. 0- i
I !,. w ,', ilrl f i" :ill 'i',roat ;ilnd I.u):I,
'l' i ,. u l l:Iilar Al., .;>< c t. andi l
, ni) T( i:al iaottl-- trf e at \V. A-
I l'Iiihe lrtI-' drii -t ; tv y
' et t :ni i lkantet'd.


I /f ( "- Co. harc.it .,//.7 re-
'civedfl some of the v rry hes,
/irst -clas11 II es.tern Butter.
Price ;)0 cents.

Hot Chocolate, lOc. at
W. T. Green & Co.'s, 37
South Palafox.
ATTI NTIO ')PROPERT'l OV NIFIS'

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Ti\ 'Paer, Take Nti '.

March Ist interest on
your City Taxes will be
One and One-Half Per
Cent.
N. McK. OERTINC.
City Tax Collector


SSOR[


MATTIIhG ALEI!
w~~' ]
MilMQ Wa


,o :'take io.in for n ur Import Ordser
,,f NMattiug- iju-t rec.-iv:-d. w.
()Ter our Entire- Stock !on Haind
at tihe f,,llowii.g pric,-. . .
500 Yards Remnants, 20 to 35c grades,
for t0c yard.
5 Bolls 15c Matting far 12 1-2c yard.
5 Rolls (Sc Matting fir 14c yard.
5 Rells 25 iMatting for 20c yard.
10 Rolls 35c Matting fir 24c yard.


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Ri s .2xxi x 2




I Floor Coverings I


S"n !um niaiitta. M attin-.. PI to I ; V. 1d-. I 'i te. 20 t W .Ir;i- 1
k. ty. per yard ................................ .

k: S!h rt F::d- ini L.i:. luit lPrice to C'lo,-. p Ir -'il r.
S y'; va rd ...................... ..................... .
ligr un C uarpu t-. all woul. .-1 tto 1 ytri pite -. : -
6 f I,- ,. ; p r y a rd ...... ..... ...... ..-. ;
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I Slpecial Ollerinir Wednesd\ay!

P: e .............. . ... ....... ...I -
I': T :tr t:I, l M anufactiuri r-' r S il:i, I- l f eov,.r "r : c
: ,of the' .i-.,:. .
.. .

Shirt Waists.
A W! ll T th) L.ino w o H :inil .\. .,- 1., ;....
or;ili w e (i ii.iranto," mi rir ,l.i<>* -'I liy ; l.t \v,: i
it : ii '!i c'itr as- the l' i:l r I ; i -~. i f ,ti kivrv ;> w ;: I 1
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b' '".


HEATING


SSTOVES,


COOKING STOVES


ALL PRICES.


[l*illiaII I 3o01;ltou & So0.


S' ,,,,hi wi '""..;' rs,i Don't Pay $40 and S,'
I 'f' i'h .. ff 0 I"Or /! o i fff r fr S|: p' \ .
,*." t I 'fo U r nf l t"" i"
11 / / t l inch O tI -h ', nr, .., -. i


Coffee: Coffee::


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\\'e rall the attention of e
the 'rneral publicc to 'he
/'a't that ,,e harp' one oVALT
the best e,/uipped Hoaster
in the ,oJith. and that we .N..
cant furnish this dleliebiottx
beer(rce t pr'ice.s /ia t : MARDI GRAS
defy competition. I'e also L
wish to remind you that our "
Coffees are always fresh (GOODS
from the Roaxte.r WI'hile k -AT
others are old and hare lost k.
their aroma, our's isfresh -*
and delicious. tr
'ewi Orleans Grocer!yCo., o, .. ,.
*' L. 1 T nren o^nes Ir. n-,.--J


hYiIUK ST~ORM IHappy ,S,,Investigate the Convertible Term Contracts
SEVER STOR H a-OF THE-

HERE LAST NIGHT Old Penn Mutual Life Ins. Co.
1)1 t STR T-' % MTAN% 4F I'e.- FFl.':' W,.. -I
o m e n DAVID EDREHI RKN M E NrTIt E F:T. PIIEl N.As '.4 H1. A


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Filie Butter.














S THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1900.


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ICauses of


ILos3 "of Hairg
n:. 1 Ktbe eminent French .t:a. prC t
I .~* C; It' ..* tC! o'r
2,.' 2: t i 1 eofcula o
r,-- o da -
*3! VL I I-

p~ Stf LAND SISTEIFSP
-- 'n,--;: r' "'e; ant
43 ~r A .r wi:.t-.- V actin!
t,. !C.t )s 7ns


4~ -.' .lt 4
WC ai4 Fr.'t. ~ o


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FDE'A Ig"-oI


u nate cotal ni #1 (t,,ip 1:t, :; -. -I
Us sitting t1A.',-otIs th r i(x :..::isi
of Senat x( :r c.irk s: W C L'Pl-l i bTM
Cam-pbeil. firm, l-u H ulry nok- t. :
the znejzci-iA i.u iof cxt.0u-e 4 s2a.t i--I
yeaterdi~ty htfMe otni tor. 1Ii ft.ia-, ol
had preplar(d ibaim 8:AU8cMeUE f10111 1il-1
Woltz of htsbee bk. lbbhad na..t univ
destroyed hi, t.ieceliabut altio this (I zc'k-
stubs, bL. nwas; confiuent tbit itue Lav
mag made was corn-oct. 11-3 h~d da-
Sta'oyed tha checirm in thisi-ti wauc-. ai
he was in ioha !i~abut )f do~wng ali .1''.ev
mz months, mud not be!&a~t 23 feat
Cteet. was any obspecial reatuon1(;r get-
ting rid of tugix at thas tmua.
In reply so que--.rons,.'Mr. C:-rk rso: I
so far as h-4kut-w ih" mc.-omnittec nc::ng
ma "~ behalf an mant catnpal-zxi had no.
Sled a aus atanl:ii ut;(it Oxpoo hisitwen- mn
required aIy athe..ilt.iwiai i fa 'e.'!I u i.s
He had uoaa'-. Ile t" h-n wit (cf(i-i.-'
of the lcaza0. wa' iNni re to trio-ri. %-ntov
mvippIhad Iby haimilater was for tnai
cur-reel awlIiL ',a*-.Vti...:.:
fs.t'e.
W~herf- tiitsit ur -:,,I get tL' '




hM ake %'.a.a-If i.i i 'I-. '11'. 1 !1 L :i 1
!VOU fr if.a.
I ~ IP s *Alo2, -. Iwi-. I v -."r"i i!:1 iCPr-.
-%~si'railun &ii.-if In- ,'vn Pa*' ,t
W liat 1 o r o. I,,,! i *o- 1,) ': 3

nAo*&-ut ttia.-1: i..it btr,'It 7'6q a~o: I
j-0 a..11! t,) u a. .::. t


*:. i t3 -L, 0 jm orua..)I-.n "it
~ iC \.n t it, D isit.!, ;u c. mI

,Y-fer Lurso' 01- 1-1 eO ti n r-ozart1
A1 -tie re;# r-0.tr bt--. uei'J! I A,-1's.j.

u a.a ii :rno k..ni1(:ij aa-'e anti tlu-v
=0 """taiP .'2I 'rof ree'eoTht-r.
J~'~~' ~i.J.nrathat IIA1117 0
win?.is:: om. ul:m *i ~n~I -n*a- fiur the
".- .4 4 (if .n:.2-P A) l lit
%tl-e in~n :ic 1,-t.01 to 9 w niz -at
lh l Ltei lnz-a It 4. A t1i1,1 i1 D-) itiquiry
=nd dii inwOi:a-. f- tIn I inw 7iii))nm.'l
')r- thne t;r-1jot (% it.. k -m mt of aaain!-
: ..In ,In 'e o l-i- to 5i (i. 1..;Uhi' -.
51121 1 20& 9 i0It


CAR IAH:3 NTO WALL.
ilot orzu a I'la Pnooon"I -o [It awtoo l I).

AT:.it*. FI.-,) While r~unnnn
: n ~ o a r S I-0 ".e last n 1;: ii
e.ar \'.%I") .. ttAt '.s.I.tus !'P..'r :,IlI


F *.! tL'L:, ': 0 0.1' ai ia:-
t.its -1- aavI --u U' .~..


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si: -,wLi do wn 6)1.2- 12a ab-- I

V Vn .--I' .o i aN1 *iiat l urri.
r!: i.*. Fetba.l 2--), ;tare toor


HLWANCWANE HILL BATTLE.
8barp Ytgbnim: B.-aIs'cwria flnds of
the I ii~tI.-e4
DiN.Natal. Fu ) Threwasn
continurnus ftzhriug YeA~tr : -':rom mte
Iriti-ii pos~tioas cn t-ea ii ..- aid iIoz.
zar I h:. Ti ,1 r7,t3 a ,2. -1 a row


three 4 7.IA-nguas azi.I tue Atu tJt11'rU


&-,3lD'l 1).z hi 1. *tcr -oniihi f u l' Ii:"
~tann*' 112 ..12-i rinq ": ,ntp kLjra'o
antiis i n cja. ~te Lt--,to Gr-uu~ei'lr'
T1ne frt.-ig wa; 'r:'irvact~ve
fromo Huzz.ir i.: i ori tae b~rcn,: er iu-
tri ncau:.ai ts, at te t acu~'d of
r-r-:1 g--Z, a-'Witl lan.I 4 Thd
firing :;a o(i)n:iuue i at '. oc' -~ yes-
tor21-even in g Dart't.;e .
L1.iv R,11! I,) I -: a~ Oil an r P.- iFrdd
I: ii 7:.twe uat'e cup.urodi

LOu)i (,r, .I ~. lC ii : tit ..') unt:
Shrit f -W'il !.o .A EI-*ral 1Eu I tr c,.
c :..:.t 0-n !.!13i: gunners.
i -~..-. i r. v f r. t'ne Ren
:r *: .-. e:i 11 a::iwwaue
;nltz:2tI, .. wkc 2Ui(Ati.u rive r.


A 4 D.t I).- A---- Suinlt.
AT.A NT %, A't)..2 J-L Ma 3. Un.

C,~ -:Lran atidi Am- xA,:ii',!d, has ibci

patlY. L'pri-cfli --a Iahiq pe' :tio 'i n!, e
Irirtli t....t n!'*was-m iv nr.ovel i..v thiii (;0-o
fenuatat C'Illau Vata ad cn Ma-'-1--) of has-
y-ear wa4 i%%itruvti':0i to ioriiig a -in down
on the elevator in We wurk.nnop. lit
asserts that thle lift wans oi" fl" order
and fell 40 '-e*, with i~iin. lHo allege.;
that when tte elevator struck the b~ot.
nom the gmn waq thrown violently
itgainst him, bruising and otherwise in-






o -i-tt!i-.rz~.. tElrot-a tOnt.Blood
t. Il- e [I)L.(a:,in d.-e ordmtnarv' tr.-:at-
a'. n iNq-t;:-!k %curtNd by It.It. It.
!,aiI-n 'i l t~f r 41' t!e naz.o-. iiaide
I!. O ~ .l' it) cn-r- nill torrnlioo ie -ti-
t2i~4 ~ I'0'(Lt I1400(1 iand Skini
fti (l 1,--; 1, yo v~ur blonoi t h:1.? 'Art-
V41i an.j~ l, 1.' i ll doaf ( lt IIt~t-V I) U
E7'"ni-p'v i., lh 2tI't an.. dli


Irncit.' S'-:Wt'iaI 2 a111 .


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a IIe-..IL( it# iH BIXI ( O


A SC;LCL'.-)IS,~ :DD

1% r -.4 :- Is 't. .4 N ;.1 *a "o!a)

A~::o A. C .i. 4, f)
00 e *...o ;m ..
S I I I"n"ti 1 13 A. p.. r W'- Ax Vi dr -I-1-.4.
aal'i mt .tI! 1 1 t::, A u a l:,utilad~y


;3 r. V ,I VL r-' T',t.. i s: I.- i to LOx
:N k P'~i ~..'2 o 11o er~nme
(.02 tn(1.1 a u'0 ~.t 1it t~v~:fltZ %0 locbe.
doors. ua~i i t'.:auz s8ectrl
Ten Aiu,- inri o n.r11-a cu.b wil appear
-eforo ihir-c : u t a s it trnoju to
stiswitrtot~ ia. o(. tdL r.:t,-riy coil-

FATAL SHOO 13 AFFRAY.
ling N~ .. oc *i-aNtre-ot

MEri:. ~? l v ;:~i-n nvas
'*,t i':ca::-: fatnt v %. I vw ot'l eI anli
seven o(HI er4r- i'r~.- ,ei ~t.fius.y @Snot
in a *ree-f-r a.; t.Iic L:, rtftrv, wu"Ch
ore'urre-li-u wu iniu.: it:m an Arkan-
S:L .'.reZ4 .'.. *0 I ltg-% Junt'-tion.
Tt~o(ea o'i t~a wnw.a'. Lit vy brown.




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Pa.


Pep.*p qml


Young Girls

How easy it is for young
rlsto go into the "decline."
They eat less and less, become
paler and paler and can
hardy drag through the day.
They are on the steady down-
ward course. Iron does them
no good; strychnine and bit-
ters all fail. hey need a food
that will nourish them better,
and a medicine that will cor-
rect their disease.


Scott's Emulsion
is both of these, elegantly and per.
manently'corrbintd. The Cod-Liver
Oil makes the blood richer, and
this gives better color to the face.
The hypophosphites of lime and
soda act as a strong tonic to the
nerves. Soon the weight increases,
the digestion improves and health
returns.
At .11druz.i-t-.; X. anld i -
SCf IT LOWN L., Cicnii.st, Nc.* V. rk.


,A'L0 ,AD ,'XREr. O CRGANiZ.Z

i.;.'.. | r,'-T Yv,: ;r n r..
L'T.-: .. n, 2) 0 -*"LoyaIty" ii
: 1:, ito;u; ".oy..'yv to i.ur families, our
p.:oyers and our ctaatry."
.uich is the announced pila:fzrm of
:h tisaymn' Pu.tical union which
was orga:iz 4i yea'erday. There were
U4 men present at the meetlug. repre-
cu ting all branches of railroad work,
except the switchmen, and their lack of
representation is acxp.aned by the tact
that there was some mi-understanding
ams to the time of meetiug.
The only officers elected were A. L
Vaughan. one of the oldest engineers in
the a rvice of the Iron Mountain, presi-
dent, and J. Barkman. secretary. The
election of other officers and the ap-
pointment of the committees was de-
lerred until the next meeting, which is
called for next Sunday afternoon.

Florida Citru fCrop.
MIAMI, Fia.. Fob. 29.-The prospect
for a heavy crop of citrus and tropical
fruits was never better than now.
Many of the orange, grapefruit. lime
and ienion tiees are white with bioonis.
1he mtanigo. alihgitor pears and other
tropical. irutt tLrev are puttin'on an mui-
nuenu*e bio.ti. Tne v,:-etable crop is
tne larg'sr anid lbe;t that has ever been
7;rown n this) section.

Ieri ni s (C11.nTTAN0 'IiA. Feb. 20 -Julia Mor-
rion, the retired actress, has gone to
Columbus., ) to accept an offer to de-
livor her lieture in thin cities and towns
ot O n)i;o. irt r t'ff r d to it-c'ure in thns
s-c('riion w ,-eni l erh;:< i iioar hIo Iqeh re
C. ntal:n.ng; uaiy 'j aid at :iniisioiis.


luqqYo11r IV fe On c of/lM Os(
7ianlsomne parlor .%itif('
ri.,Jjq,1wfoton -Finch.
W;.,,, rep: ; r vo't:r watoif-a v,,! '
j.*wt-r%-in flr~t-cda-4.a sty.vl.J. I.


Tho'r- will h'- ::ri r m-ne-#tinr ( f
t't.* Pen4-ic. !in %1.idwoj l wt., ii,
tV'" Roar'i )! 1f.-l' h -lf-rn at
o 'e::k ;p. in Tairowy, I' bl)*27.
if vit*3d t-)att~1
D). MClf LLAV. NT. D.,
Proe'sdi-sut
E. F. JIu('E. 'I. D..

J. 1. Ht(.php~:a. !haa ia :ar.-P umgort-
mo4 n't of i*'.a id St'-ail itri g Silv er ia rd
Ttanver*, Rail v.*.. Fiwrk, 'a td sp-lori


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F VORIT


Place For Pensacola

Buyers to Buy


Choice Family


DAILY MARKET REPORTS.


COTTON.


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Cream T~altn p'i-rdfl t the r~oitri~q, sprenI.-i
m- ite an a ( ir !..t- itt i-in,. 'L ryin4 -1..iw

LL.Y DII(JILERI~.S.; Warren I-:revt. NwYo-k.


~ I 'rTIJ:t th'- captain, ow nor-
nor con~igneem of the find-
aimutik- Tre.~ nto ill 1rJ ertripon-
Ml lible for debts contracted by
tbA crew of a isd vessel.
Bui '', I iu 1wo(Ivt '&i Ca 1;t it:fn.

N "F:1''llhl-.ttt-em cptain,owii~r!5
tor -4r*'n igi-e. of the Hima-
11i .. ii il po'k w~jilbe rz.'poai-
n*'i'i 'or Contracted by
the crew of tftld vfs'l


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?FoE.1FSSIONAL CARD.

DR. Wm. C. DicwBmRR.
OFITI O-Hannzah Bros.' Drug Store.
TIESIDENOB-4OO E. Jackson Stree





Haocatlbic Physician and Damr
Inat~cte 4r N-lIA. FrIa..
I l.7,rq tits pro'.-so.-tdiaI s6rv~eos 4to tho cati-
1 -'I El, P k ''t&41i4.OI t
K- p--ial attr.' o- tion gv~ntn*o thi- r''a' Iwnt
o: t arw iv- ,..-~qand Jj~f% .
V p*oi--n and't!- (1' '~br
ri 1'rac, i tfl!.n'I h S Ia.
I~our-- t. m. to LI-,ina., .' ). *p. Im.
fill i Id i P nit-. o If~o.


Dr. Wilmie r S. //a//,

DIENTAL SURGEA"ON,
k~~Tc.,ple. Phons 234.


GROCERIES GEL iM iNE
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Store


E$IZ & GO.,e

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i~ca1 E]-state fAgents,

PI-;%'.t~.TAI IIJk

',0o i~~t ~ .-~~'~' PJ.ATE

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LFIIIS )EAH& Wholes')('ale' Italors, A' )a-ivut';Ii


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W. C. NORMAN, Proprietor.


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


WI!5KE mWhIiqD R CORBIAL,


--zzBEERS, ETC.,--/::-


IN W003 AND CLASS, LARSE OR SMALL QUANTITIES.


SOE AGENTS FOR


ItRof)I(HI1.1. SOUR. IA-If
ID A]I BY NIA 11) VH I -k'I%-
A'rIEAN1'.- ) HJ f-J.WNe aTj.%~-


SOMETHING NEW


-EVERY DAY--


HALL & KLEIN'S



Mammoth Retail Grocery,

502-504 SOUTH PALAFOX ST-,
I'oloplono 3800.

Ir' t'atrol'.- Ne-w and (lld, ar- cordialily Invitd to > V,-t .an.d In-; *
th!i.ir I III er-e S ,tock.


Telephone No. 147.


Cold Weather
Coming. .. ,,, in ,
orders and let nw till itu li o.t,,,
cold %I nap arrive-o V. ,* will '.-n.,| yol, t
>le-.t coi ali you arni r ro -iirI; ft;r **it 'sPr hbakain,
ir h-it ing jui otI ni t tl lt' i.t'O tl* pri"*-.

Tl;ompsor, OlseQ 0 0io..
DIealer, in

Coal and Wood,
S **lei and Yiard: M. I:.I _ort r /.,rr;ai .,...
S an il I iar lr, ai l tr. -t..


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McMillan Bros. Co.


Coppersmiths,

General Metal Workers

Sl Manufa;tarers of m nl headquarters f tr the


Celebrated McMillan Seamless Turoentine Still.


Cakpieta Outfits always ou hand, and repairing dcii i a t coiutr.


I MOBILE, ALA. I



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Foundry d IaMchine Shops,
CE N-i, iAI. 1 V 1IA \F. ', JE. HF ,.-ONV_ \ 1P'IN. S, i I.F.;~.


Telephone 343.


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THlE-:MOV)ItF s '~W-%Y
('VIll'imen.I it'Ssiof tic te' owe~l'inif4srin-
CI.d.tco d,,pti ;leaail~y awlIetei'tsh
what w:i- fi it lltri v dwpchin' Il
('Fti1- st iI ntvi. 'rat]id dusag re#sa lly io~

lirtek tip et f!'. seada~chle'it. and(1 --

-"the sclit Iliquid ILexat;'.e
.'V5)Cdy, -ytrimp ac hif iva.c.N.eh

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A PowderMillwE5 TcIoillo




Removise~" every'th1ing in s-ighi::
d~iedrsat ac iiti eral ilI I-but tst et h
iiNronjizht N.eIatt.-.roui'. IDistit dv ha-
b1itp l- the deltcate" iiuchinerv of out5'hr
tbe'dv woit')r-di..mie]. 'rottou ce(IIIdr

Life I'lli -. whi huh are gent he- :t- ti
e'uMmler here z- do t hto woik pt r-
tioi.()n. ~ ':-.at W. A. I)Ale-ni.


THOS4.C W.%'i4)1&A('ONPANV.
Item aIFsate. Icisitrance and Itenial
Agens.'. Nos. I Month I'slai-ex strvv'."
reno-avuila. I 'icrida-h11%tieblins:0 eer
Keflt-'SUIIILIN c to (tanste.



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N 'c50.501 oo' ad mentci't '..'.


-c ,riv.!*r "A~"ra.:f.Z 'i an --I 5.' lit
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5 s'.u'. 1...--t-:. ma Nt.'.f
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Oiheeprompt Hali-


SUICIDE AT SPRINGFIELD.
Kesteikla Cute His Threat In
Hotel Room.
SPmUiOFELD, Mo, Feb. 20.-J. IM
Davidem was found dead in his room
mua hotel in thin city, having slashed
his throat in a terrible manner with a
rasor, severing the jugular vein. He
made care!ul preparations for the deed.
having placed a bowl for the blood.
Davidson arrived here on the night of
Feb. 17 from Memphis and registered
at the hotel as from Glasgow, Ky. He
appeared somewhat nervous and retired
to has room at once. The next morning
one of the gue-ts. iearn:ng he was from
Kentucky. a-ted D.vDuisocn what 1e
thought about the assassination of Gov-
ernor G(oebel. He replied that he did
not know anything atout it. and alter
that avoided ta.kwg with anybody
about i.
It was n-,'rPi by soerral guests that
Davidson Bavltised ta.k.ng on the Ken-
tacky equation. but they also noticed
he wa. gre-Atly .nterestedi in a tue
newspi ltr accounts of tih, Goebel sIh oR-
ing an t.i deAth lic got up every
morning at 6 (,clock and secured the
morning paper and always read the
Kentuckr news. alter wincii he wuu.d
put the pap-r as de andJ ( uld leave the
Hotel shortly after breakfast As soon
as the eveni c pap-rs arrived at ihe he.
wie he wtu'. anxiously lead thi Keni-
utcky news a a nothing else.
Sunday n:icht he retired as usrdl. out
wAs late lu coming down. with caused
the clerk to go to the door and knock.
Receiving no response, he loid:ed over
the transom and saw a ghastly slIIht
Davitson was stretched on the toir
with his head in the wasa bowl and
deep gashes in his neck. lie was cear.y
dreaed aund hi.d Li scol.ar on. Hii hand
grasped a razor, arocud the handle of
which he had wrappe'i a haudkerchief.
The body was still warm Davidson
left no starem-at nor anything to show
hs iadentity.

Kidney di-oase i- the -en.my we
have ino.t to fear as a result qof the
ff-verilti re-tl essne-S of our much
vaunt-d modern civilization. It it
a tre'achliroue ,-ieI-mlly. workisig out
its deadiv'-tffet under cover of heip
most trifling symptomni. The first
indicA.tion, f changes of the urine.
frequent headaches, directive trou-.
ble,, should be the signal for protnt-t
remedial measures. PRI'KLY AsiH
BITTKit. i-, a kidney rtinedy of su-
perlative merit; it is soothing,-heal-
ing and strengtheninri. quickly ro-
lieves the aching or s-oreness that
always apriar, in the advanced
-tages. checks *he progress of the
di-ease anti through its exceplltnt
cleanesin; and regulating etff*ct on
the stoiimch. liv-r and bowels. it
ring, back th*- -trength and ruddy
glow of viaworou- health. Sold by
Hanithai Bro.-.

Mit.,ni.1 h <" l oC 1 1 Mill.
RA.r :';u. Febe. 2u.-t >ne of the iarae't.
cotton rn :~. i:s the cs.u' has been mcor-
porated in the t:f.-e of toe secreLtry i>!
saate. The name of toe corpuirst:oi it
toe Ior:i's' 1. t .1 .!. to I located near (ia-
tonias Ti'H capital V's .'k is $1.000.0)o0.
'This mil. wil have tlie largest capacity
of any ti:I. 1n the state, and very few
rqial it in th- s,,utl Tufe object of
ine corprnil'ion i th the manufacture and
sale of war p'. arn:i andt cloth from cot-
ton fabrtcs. the sale of merchandise and
tne carrying on of -uch businesses shall
be In keeping, or necessary with tte ob.
.ect of the c'.mpAny.


Hr N i.'a nfir. 3142. Wo sIc.to -W .2a.) A N1 errit E
%if 5 ON iERt.
Ir rseh'. K o KiIv. fts iiia*;''r

ACmII -L% es c-t XBei'.I2.s Bi.s ii.tt tcI -t'eI o

Atl t e-tie' 5. Alisno. Ilto ma~ts'
k;r S.j i rits, 11.4' ils-u.. 'ltl fser ilfausial
CF. CLEARMI) AND' MAILED liFOR PEN-~


CaJtr mtlissi. fitr. P CN, 11 u ilto-, r.i tlit. RnIan
F'. r(;sr ii:t. itr. 1.xt. lBainbtitiis.e Iaiiitui -
I to-,' 5. 1.1. Br #.; t ittiBrr'. Ian
144a~i' s. fir.'. i-. Stot'.. Cser'laITl.Al .Is


,~~tiai,.,Itr, 1:;III.%: id: ts, St MichIats
SF 1 1 it Ur 4. ("R I (It I 'I T. .!i
1 s it wit town. sr. 111:1."i t I.~ it ri% ld I -
1 'e-feri.5 r.'~,t~i.te~se:.at \, wl,-as-

Za ,i zA ) 1 r 5% i t P--.
4i'.i- e.. r -Isfilm(Il P".si
Ii.sp et II, .r lo Ind I A Iult,.1 Ri e 7

linc. let Ac,*iulA. It %'d Wics-irdticasI Ietn 4
A eZM ii, Notr. 12 7. %sId A'et"'e-p ibec iIt
Braieruhot I i. I I, :*11. "ii cart Iiact-ii.i. .1Jau _'
Oa~llIIfll. to l it I 11111 .1 an I
I m cIt'C;zin i. It. i%4l 'lpo Toewn J an
I Iharwotar, MSwodi.e. e. rudif tll .Jan I;.
E-tbroufee. &r..ilstl. "Id St ideeii'.. e-Octd !4
Etiar Ta~m.Iork,,js'ire'r, Nor.1cl, tat Aiitserp
I Itc 14
Ichil.7t.r. 'Nor. -A fltIri~ted Jan #1
l'3i905.It. &ti, O*'ci~i -ples Siqpt 12. ashotc'
Nov nearer Port Iotiat.
uitteor. Nor. bi.1I Preston [wee 11
J.)hiin I rg-n Nor. ,J1Chrirt~tmin--%nlIN ov D,
I (hnniili N or. -1,1 '1 onsbt-urc D--c
i,sbuiov. SNor, -Id I.ordoci'etn .J,2t
l.1nwiigiF. It. edL~e~gh..rnli10c L11
Lo'u Is. lVs"' 7:! tld 1flobhliouirlIF. 1. 1
MI at t un I" i. or. 437. -4-1 Ci'ra. J an :N
MitLaposirt-. Stir. 'sid tiupo l ow!JImn 5
Mauda~lo-n. %oir. isi1). 14d Lo ft .1JuIVIi
MIarcolla. it. '14 Hambeurg. Nov :i
Norway Nor. bidd tere'en-lck Ist, 1
Noru. SNcr, #liltiI ttdmiti.1latit2
I 'Iga. Rlius.'. (I I's Pail I 'e I let 2'!
Omorisr, 1.Iht*. &. bid hu-io'it lw ri-4 t'i.tt '4
P-aosla iaRdro-. I t. I.- 1N.s.it A.%i.forden Ti .1an I'
Sor .7-e.aaI 40. 10 d Ntoi -slJan -D
i-l.s iv.i. sit L o.l44,, e'1r1eMAI Jan

fli 1 ax. Rim iq. i Scat reI t RoKtads I s.i'
PRIMARY r,11Ls.S
Mr-. (eel. A!)rtu SinSith. prsu --o~r
of voclt*.AI ic -I'tithill! itilxter ('-mii
*ervzitoori'. et.- pe ally .ifs .1 rc'-a fe'w'
pt~pi! wh1o sare rict abi'w to ro-o
I I,.i 'i i ii 4eerd o'r to do. lilt ofl'.tTi ts-

't I it' s :I 1 I'll f:I jIi t () ..,i'.. lc rfe-ct
tif~ctsstitot tP ~.7e .-f t-ucli


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Aliv tfifity:.r- w:11A.!.tIj-"!rd-A*
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POLITICAL AIIOICEIEINT.

For Sheriff.
I hereby announe* myself as a candidate
for hbe-riff of E cambia County. and re-
sr,petfully ask the support of my friends
anid voters of the county. If *-lect#'d I will
ui.s'harge the dutl-(i of said office etleiently,
fairly and impartially.
W.H. HUITCH'I-.IoN.


MAIIITIMK
Ci.LAU3D.
Sir soi "tel Ia. P4~ artridlCol. hv Gu I ITran-
sit Co. for Havnirsis,.wiIII _'4111 -j hales co
ton.:! i"'round bales Ccetato. s!ba e atlisr s.
t',l Woo gr.'aae, 4'CI bus corn, .$5 tolfli pho,-
pitate rtuck. 2a1*1I t 08k lumtpo: ,7,s2;.---ft
iurtpe't. value-d at 5;N.txo:S
lubs &Austra~lia. 91?!. F:jnce'r. 1.'.' HisM
Roioin-eui. Ifsor Mali is tac.~i 4 ~f
liiitwbr. valued at 07,fopl
Isr 's-Tot no.nqddiL ):II i,:al co !,,r t I f.v 9,.
I'oV bi~td cattle'. !,,,,ii,'qd his ;,0!I ..mil Cosve~
head Lor'-%. 15 hbsod naul-'s. 4i2 Ihis '111.
ca&#s% zi. I tc .klrit al'.iia "t. i

V ItIu ed lI t S,.;..;.s

AT 0sitARANTINE.
"or I)' F ii....a.'-71*~s'.s. I'Lind-.to or-
It St'.iteivriV1. 11. Bozzos. Itoo I'o-ti. -oV*i
It hk 'Ir-iitpr, liiT., toua iriu1id, kilt'c.iaa.Is,
Haar", ilurtwcjdy a Ci.



,. E8MKLB IN PORT
ST3AMSH [PS.
Hr ICwriloc'k. Is.i. iFlet!cher. Hantuii tsti.t
lit Cat i i it'.lam. ~i-4. Ande'rson. sI,) Baur-.
Kr I'eai It I. .! Mat'ken/ :,-, ttesW.1,
ir t-,04li. '. Pitt it dics.. cd fi-r Hia's'
Atu-I I rmnot. 4.. o U:~I'ltsi~'
: \pa ',I %Inaj., -.Luzairu~d, to cijuif
li afi-it C,'
It.Avon.Pol. '5. t~lki[it. K 15-f-co-) Fin-,
Ru- Ha u.dt ii.'7, Paiotre'r-' tip Ib
Hu". ('esia'ibus. 17-,!. I-*i~rvniiani. tso W.'1,

.%or Pat itirtifbti;i., r al~t rm-i. too H 11
It \ liw0(5v1LIi i~tarl. totoo ~tsBrie'

Fr Arni.t'' linca-v. -"i,'ti-,r-en. to Ilanr-.
It ~uoti tcralia. t'j!2.I'iander. to orst.'r
It Ag~'istl noo 'Iorrizatli", I '. Irrl/ario
[ninidaioulto) rde
It s4vvvn~tiretc'. 772 ltrat izien s iifor Li-bsen
It ft'cr-a ae'tt'. jl tto. (Batir!-, 1Iltiu-
wodyit 4 4;e
Nor IDovr'. 71".. I Larsen. to W 1, Witttsh
& I to
.Nor Fri h .'dt'l.5-.. Mu rlhvo, to ior 1.-r
Nor itIcut.,N101tkell, to) W IS ke3 er
co
N or It 1ght1.e't i. Anul-sr-on. tsoI 1, ECii
Ru'. Helmti,0. 41,Ake'riund. itoo Vo-w.acola
1,t itre r Co
Nor Lady Gladys. 1217,', Jacobolvi. to PJen-
otaeola, Lumber CO
Nor Longlfellow,70. -I.vend!sen to W 15
K'eyser oft(Co
Nor NMargaretbe. lli'!, Larsen. to W 8
Ke'yser a Co
Nor Ophella. 1127. Pitdemsen. to Pensacola
Lbr 4 o
Rua Patil. 7t%). I,,ndstrovi,. to order
Nor Hobiert meraftouis1d Jenmen, to
Not- Mutinerlidee.~.)-.Eiilgson,cld for Bue-
nons A yrem
It Tontilo-ttaoYT Uaggeero.I(1,42, Tonnietta.
to tirde't
,Nor VIgo. LINK. Marcussen toW S Keybe'r
A co
Ant V,-doIan iit,7-MI, cker, to K E. S8uti-
ders &Co
Br Alt's' Hadnilaw.s.2i.1.Ii Riunotid, to
Itix~N kicioln'.eust


Vceir Cle'rk eel' I"e Cirettit C-Aurt.
1 li'-ir.tsv arno'.irlce'my,,ctff ail, It, vidiate
tsir ~ j& i'..i''i~ .CIe'rK of the cirt-ut: court
it ~te.ii Itac.'ouaty at th..s cnbumis g elcuon
-&idblk Lilt- support tof thee voter%
A. M. CI..s.
l-Cr(ire'uit ('be' k.
I its'ts'-. Ii' ai u nYria'iwey for ii leri f'!'it.
Cit,-tilt ('Urt iiof-ttitti o s')ihtv'."lt'
I'.- tl's'Ni.fC~tIOMcf ith'' et-ulis( ID'.11ic4''rettic
pri~aua~t H 1K L.I AN tI VLI
V-r ( uett'IICi (Irk.
I~~~~~C ts-e'i 'iii cIio\ Ilf ;I cn'rsttdat-- fi)r
hie' 'slls I viet er'k osf t!.. circuit tce'urt (,f
Fl'e-atlIniIA com~ftitv tjtisI tIIlb"lie fiie'a'.'Ihe
liftvt- the -upIlmiit o(f inv frite'id. an-iIi ri,

Freer Tax~ Ciib:' e'oar.
I h ete'hvan neune"e- mv-ei f us a eand tidate.
for i et'-'Iict loll a- ''lix Coiectc, eif.''nlr)-
IiAA 'cIl 51v. midte!as.k t t-e. support of it.),
Irit'nds amidvote'rs gnerlv
A. If. Il'ALKvcmlIFATF.


*'',,r Tax C(oellecltir.
7 tihmany friend- of .lude V. B. Hronifay
having ohiaallied hisq cil-'nt hfrthy anu-
nrnit)le btin as a canidlidat- for Tax "o lectorr
srf se'CNit)i&a county at theelsuIing lPdcli In
M1AN Y \ 11 tKIr P
F'or Tax AssePsior.
Th-e c'iindidlacy of WVIltian \V. Iichaltrls 1i
hs-i l#y tn itun- ed fes- ie'-. Isction as t4 x us- .
""-, tr' for E-'cnlitit ('oiiv. shllij-Ct to the
i.)tlia of thIt' e l'ilo crattlf prn1tl'nr ".
For County Treasurer.
I hereby announce ivetielf as a candidate
for retilonlinatlon as treasurer of Ecarnhtia
county., subject to a deci|tlcn at the ensuing
de'mocratle primary election. and respect-
fully solicit Ihe support of thu voters of the
oountv, pledging myself for the future thei
'ame faithful performance of duty that I
batyv endsavoreel to fulfill during mv pa.t
tenure of the offilce. J.W. FrATaR.
For Justice of i he Peace.
I hereby announce my candidacy for re'-
election to the offlcc' of Justice of the Peace
for the Becond Iistrict. subject to the ac-
tion of thb' nominating piimaries.
Ilo0 KIN .J(NEN.


Fair Jopilti('i of the Peace.
At the suggestion of numeronq friends. I
hiershby announce my canediaacy for Justico
i ti PPe#acs4-f thes city district. subluict, to
the act iouof the loinlinatinor primaripa.
J AMP H.LA,%* v *M.

Fo'er Sulch I Ssaperintenlent
1~ t hs' otpr,4 ifEstI'carniia fotintv:
I heru'ell n nou fit'.' mvat- Ifa 's nriaida@ esto~
Mipelp-In.-ndi en~t 4)te f 'ubte Ins f~tructicon t(.Z
E, -ctiitihiacotint V anl(I lsk Ithe t.ijppirttof m)
fiu ai. td. iund vtIetes xgsienorauly.
C'. J. BELL.


Cohen, Friedman & Co's EL.,oCE.


0 a 0 1CIKET STORE.000


4-rGREAT 1 ID-WINTER-z@-




CLEARIN AND STOCK-IAKI St


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 DRESS (OODS, SILKS ANDI) ATINS.


Big Bargains!
IN TAI LE LINENS. TOWELS, NAPKINS. ETC.


Big Bargains!


IN LADIES' MISSES'. C'APES AND JACKETS, AND IN LADIES
TAILOR-MADE DRESSES.


Big Bargains!
IN LADIES' SILK AND BRI LLIANTINE SK. ITTS AND LADIES'
FLANNEL AND SILK WAISTS.


Big Bargains!
IN OUR ENTIRE WELL SELECTED MAMMOTH SHO1K DEPART-
MENT; EVERY PAIR GUARANTEED.


IN MEN'S,


Big BarBgains!
BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S C)LOTHIIIN(G: ALSO ME:NS
SHIRTS AND WINTE R UNDERWEAR.


Big Bargains!
IN OUR MILLINERY DEPARTMENT.
Hailors and Walking Hats, worth $1.0) and $1.(_). uing at this Bl C(lar-
ing Sale at 5. ipi. c.


Big Bargains!
IN CARPETS, MATTIN(S. WINDOW SHADE.\I .ACE ('I'RTAINS.
W e have received direct from .1 tptii a io: c.: ir--ild of .11attin ;
Hand-ome Carpet D)-igtns. T'I; low p:1%c ilIl -i4lpri-e yoii.

COME AND REE THE GREAT SELECTION.


l'--r nup, rinte'ndent of Public In- AWRemetnb#er otur Tradu IDi-count. 5 ,, off (if a0l Ca-h 1 r'h1i

I' I95'c.''sof E'.entinls ("esunty : I YOU'RS ANXIOGUS TO) PLEASE;,,
to -?Is.-Ittis i~t n timuve ms- IIf itcindidmto- tfor r'-
' 1,-(,t itoi to bis. t)-l-'.'es f Oe-stfly stitpeitiilte't-
dti I on f (1 p11 luit, e jri true'tt nsti nd '..'tii ll
pli-,( ~ hv-th lplotof my frionlq lFR EDAN4IO4
cratitc prmimtr..' tve's:!ion. N. I.. ('Cmik. fMalOrd'-r-; Prv~mptI3' Attended To""

Your Credit is Good A1T irmnI
Foir any~t hinhg in our horm!;e. WVe hav e i W. B. WRIGH1T CO P N
a la.rL'e -oatins'nit (of (~Comlie. Bed w~irII
Lm n'tl -t's i rse tB-t.A ad 1tit ip.. I' 5 w' I Bs
Iron 1,#,d'-.;'I oi i;tat $t li if e ro %.ISIV 1F11 1
0. M. PiO'
Rt,-iuFuniur low.i r 7LoUMBER. LATHS.


.Vothing so setsoff a home
as handsome furniture.
. Marston 4- Finch have an
immense stock/ for you to se-
let/ from, and thet, will sell
it to you on lonf" time and!
easy payments.


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911TELNIIB' WAIT COLUMN!T


-F. E. BRAWNER'S*-


STOCK-TAKING


SALE


CONTINUES TmiROUGHOUT THE WEEK!


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DAfLY


VOL. 30.


NEWS


PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, FEBRUARY 21, 1900.


NO. 16.


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


ANNVPIL STATE7rNENT


OF


SOCIETY


=OR TH F YE7TR ENDING DE:CE BE R 31, 1899.


SS~TS


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I ,ik.il ,ti d i u: pareh; t iiader f ,-
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I 'taland ,c:..du '-. f iro t, ( a n t i'....l .... ....





o -.:a l ($44,121r i6). -.... ...........
I Prn- i-ne'du. and i llrocend :,tid f ..i e-
S ;i ,. k,.t vtlu. I)* W. l .'.' S ; I -




ti ', on ..............................
d -tat rtsid th- ........at .....f Nw...
Sork. includitr puIrchave' under f,', <-
in..ar1 and tic bui'dlings....... ...
{',th li1 Baniks attd Tru-t (_'tnlmani,- at
i n t e r o t t . .- . . . .. . .
)talances due fr iuteret and R|nt. duH <$10lN.774.'22, and
accruld .($4 4,I21 6o)...................
Prremiuml dun and in proce-. of cilec-
n io n . . . . -. . . . ..- .
Deferred Prtnttums ............ ........


INCOME.


I.- .2 ;1







-. ). 00
2.6;71 .110.I


IH, 1.5.2 67


-C


Total Assets ................. $280, IQI,286.8


\We' hereby certify that. after a personal examina-
-11 Of ttie securities and accounts described in the-
,rgo,,ing statenmcnt for the year lI'. we find the
,ne to bf true and correct as stated. The stocks. and
i,e. in the- above ?itatemnIts are valued at the mar-
dnce December e 'W. is2 ut
Francis W. Jark e-n. Auiti.r.
Al'red W. -Maine. "',t- d Audit, r.


LIABILITIES.


'ane h-Fundl or ILF..-rv tonm all f
ta-pol ide-utby t~c.t -v~a Itat a on
Ia ntutua ti'.zm by N. V IY ao.ai Det -
.":'awnat $2119225.2;57-. So-*- auperira





........................S 1.1 17-47 7-77


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t : i ~ A t it,, 'rat.' hici ~ A m- i ''F ....I ', i -m ii it i t ti tl Ir'-i it Iii!!
.I. earom pot I ) t.: w Rv .T' ,' P!,' t' I ("I' -, 'I'aaa 1 1pJoait-',. .It -,!3)U
Y- A ..t4 ..afte." (it (ILUC, 110 -41 :14a )1i It t o- 1 ild 1,h 3i.. :;ejit.741.
I ie's tlf' he'airsis uiarri kcct 4 k'' --, ""In i i *'-t'*" of Il4OL41 L
**rF~uren.' on w.a Ila r '-'im tit',i,-
A 'itt j4'rLat'ch~el.a (ofipr,,, I Av I I. l'110' A- L11.1 'I to ( i ie


-le r. rII..r V X


T'r-'n:i:rn ,.. ..ii ....................... $ 42.:9 .-i !4 5!
C ai-li i r* e.':vii o r ii t,'re -t and frisin
**t;ai r -' ,irc* ................ ............ l. i .1 l..s'; ,1

Inconic .................... $. .3,87",2CO S()

DISBURSEMENTS.


iLA MYiITH'S II KLEF


NOW ASSURED


Buller in Sight of the Beleag-
ured City.


B 1eit o nce-Heliographt Messa'ge
sa i. t*' Now Only a Qu -stion of a
Few !onrs-No News i'r;n. iol-

I.o.w],>x. Feb 21.-A noon dispatch
from D)utban says the forces of Gen.
Lull r have been crosiln,- the Tugela
river all night long aind tiat !ih now
has l.tIPJ men on the north bank of
the river.
Hart's entire brigade hass cr-issed
over.
The enzineer-s tire making deter-


Ant'ILEMACRUM HAS PROOF
And ]l .nuiemtmaIt .A april O1 a the I)afe
'r Ihe P# imnaries.
CAnd!Jites forSe-unty offlee mt SUSTAINING CHARGE
at :he offi of ,Judge T. R. Mc"nl-


lagh IA-Tt utghit and orgaaaiLted by
calling Judge McCullairl to the.
enair and choosing NW.WV. Rca
a-4 secretary and(Itrk-asmtar: th
carididate-a r -o nt 1wi-rt- as fo!T~w.
Van~b~,V".'. i I ItcI: i W. lV. H
K i Ilbe f'.
For C'ircutit (A.-rk-A ..i%. MveMjT-I
Ian. joh 'd '1 Ii Ru.. R. E. L. t):1.ii'1.


D,-athli('laii ............................ 13 b71 4-..85 mined efforts to repair the railroad For T'x Coll-ct. .r-A. Ii. D)'Alenn-
Matur-ed and Di)coint'ed Endowiiitnts 1.466'.)2 bert F il. Bonif:iv.
Matured ID.ferredI D)vidend Pl2eic,3-... ,2.83 315.00 bridge so that trains can run. F'. )lSdr tde I
Annuities ............................... i'46.5 58 A pontoon bridge has been con- Cook, C. J. Bell.
Suarrenaer Va!ui........................... 2.265.382 42 structed at the foot of Hlangwana For Tax Assessor- W. W. Rich-
I)vidends paid to) Policyholders........ ; t0.to& 6- and the heavy artillery is being taken ards.
over o ;t it. For County Judge-T. R.:;McCul-
Paid Policyholders.......... 24,107,541 44 The Boers are not offering any latrh.
Conmmiissions. advertising,~ postage and serious resistance, only occasionally For Treaurer-J. W. Frater.
xhai ........................ ,412843.8 firing from Grobler's kloof. For Justiei of the Peace-Boykin
All other payn-t;' Taxes. ,alari.Gen. Buller i4 endeavoring to Jnes JamesR. Landrum.
edic:l examinatios, general ex- mount the big guns on Hlangwana, For Constable-C. P. Bobe.
lpete-, A& .............................. ,02).0 69 which can be used to defend the On motion of C.J. Bell a commit-
Hinking Fund. Reduction of Book val- ridges north of the Tugelaand along tee of five was appointed to draw up
lues of Bonds purchased at a premium 342,t(4 00) the railway as far as Nelthrope with resolution recommending that the
good effect. executive committee fix Tuesday,
D8 It is believed that Gen. Buller April 10, as the date for holding the
DisbursementsI..............$ 34,882,925-99 will continue the forward movement primaries, this same committee to
without reat. The Boers are still re- make an estimate of the cost of hold-
ASSURANCE. tirinz, leaving only a rear guard ing the primary and apportioning
which ii ntmerely a patrol. the cost pro rata among the various
Instaim.:n':- :l'tlil-s Stated at their Conimmtl:J Values. candidates. 'ihe chair appointed F.
Outstanding assurance 0 6New Ff00 w rom Iadymth. I. B inifay, J. W. Frater. W. H.
jutsianuing assurance_$1,054,416.422 on A helio raph mes,;age from Lady- Hutchinsou, W. A. D'Alemberte
smith t) Clenso yesterday says the and A. M. McMillana :s such com-
SAssurance Applied for Boers have removed Lon ir Ton from niteo. They retired and prepared
in I.c(.................... 237,356,6 CO.c Bulwarno hill; that tiller's naval the resolution alnd it wa,, u:mani-
Exanincid a n d Dc C- guns art. now reaching tCie ller poi- trou.ly adopted.
tion atnd that they expect to be ie- On motion of A. HI. D'Alemberte a
dined ......................S 34.054 778.00 lieved within two da. s. committee of ten was appointed to
A lat-r heliog;raplh I in s;age from make a li-t of inspectors and clerks
w A rn c -Ladvsm -iti says BtlIle-r has cap- of election fl.r the various precincts,
NewV AssuranLce Issue 2o03 01.02.00 turned Bloys hill, which is plainly to be pre-aeited to the executive
visible from the city, and thl;it tlia. conitmmittee with the recomininda-
w t,,.ti C~'.Itppi'tad byth Hoatr, ao firectorsof Wis pu.1t e .rybody inl good -pIri. tion that tlhe;y b)' ppoint-d. the
auid v'-rifv all iti a(T.>tir fori the year t..,: ih:* .. c-rtifv that we It is believed that Buller will ii-'xt chair to be one of s-id committee.
ba\e. tli pe r-'en. tcareful;y xamiiiedtii tie :tt'u,.ts. Maid counted occupy A.vogel Krantz on the noinrth The .chair appointed Messrs. de la
nl xf etxl'.l;l"1d 1i detil I' '" A-.'.. ot it St'i '' y. n:iltlu d i h-reby b' ,k of the Tugela, colnmui iding Rima, VanPelt. Kilbee, Hell, Joines,
c. rtitv tt.l tha ftt'he2 i.; i &st lrt .--nt i lert.,t it L. ueO al Ca. c rr.,- .L Pa
a'.,t tted.i ti,-* railw.iy at Nelthorpe. half w,y ('ook, Daniell, McMillan and Booui-
p;. ii, linot 4 .1lt. .1. 1. I ;'l'hain, /Special Ct'o mittep to )Ladv-nuith and a lo that lith v.wi' fa.V.
a... a tunoi. t pi*:,,' .d. ,f th l- b;!ard or perhaps reach the suna'niit of l1ui- The lqustionl of the state law gov-
warno .hill. .':ning primaries was discussed aid
It is believed that tho rf-lief of Li- conuinittes of three- Me'Frs.
ar ;;,- a n 'oi tl' l', i ; ... '>n 'i'a a' It 4ii i >it.i- c, rr,- dly-Il ;t ti is now only a L qu oti >t ;o a )'Al-nImberte. H utchinsonz alid Fra-
-ou l- ':: -tat-A sup, an:t..i,..'..rt ; *,*.fw. f,wv llo)irp. t-r-was appointed ttj invei.tigato
.1d I .. ,.-11;11 I tha n: V '. ., o..* l..,.l d i I li.. Ill, i1. e N,- :,I rtA port ,at the next ips-tinls.
Iat,.li'e- ;i:!t v a: othe t r 11,. :a--uirance'.i i n;il. 1n ? I n .t* u ; eel et N 1'1.i he i -tiltsg thltil itIjoulirned uni til
It w.t-s announced .it the o W in, #'ir *;::,~ o'cltck T'1ur.-da.y ev.-'nltig.
' ,l :., *l >;, t :. : l :,:.:,r t r" 't..... .l ::.. -. .,c- to w nil ," l!icil Ille 'ti tngi that tlhel qult- i
ha**I*::d t .-ws that th- r. ll f of L:udyi- IL ,_ular b.'wi .l mnvcemir lint. lo
-iii h lha; be; n co, suI m l tS'1dl t,- c 'lyv. Ia .', \A-- tnUt A-ctu .:.. Lat. r a notice to) this iftr't wa; ASt li i rl';:;.-, ii a reliabl,- y-stemn
p( stf d at tl;e \Vinror i;towni !all. r.-gulator ; curt-.. permanently. Fold
...... ............ Thei-; report is al.o curi'rent lon the by Hannah I'rias.
1.i~'' 4 X I '~s.i.I C( '.N-1- ~ ,.i.II tii 'r


'renA '. -t ,i' !M n 'Re.,' -aInto".'u1\.' PI' p '~ -"wi- Af -m" o, :, I, tv- Iu r -w!t .i' It.-;.ureati'e- 1-W Off))tj' Mtatte' C, fNeI-Wv )l'a:-1..
.'onterni -" v6 t 11 1 fr- rst.- e-aqe' ..t 'e] u l' f pr.'eee' eiiii '''a P' )l 'l.- -1Atiu''1 Ihaarp' 'vti.'itti. th T A'Y "WeIt'
.4 :t.'I ,''aa Wit* -t' "-arh 4)'' 't ke- I at -'A N 1, ... '.,e 'tua a te I tv 4a,-,ei,'. i-e, t)toec'vai'.-,l CPiv
t ait t!;i'- ,pe'r'e:.; ..a~d t''w:'en" 3 VV:per c-":a..u' I4 a~ ,e w' I rereniwna t:'-. itatiAI flull Lhe- .'I'ei.-t.) ho ie*' 'Ji'i


DIRECTORS.


WTaao.~. AI'-xamdci-

i.A. Weltk
it rev u's 114rtlt-.y,

Iui ry 0. NIa r~l uant
1o' ) Jordan,

itmr.:a' S. Young,


Roebt. TI. Liracolu,

J-0111 Slecaci.
Wi'n. Ale'x~anadr.
Marvit11 11 vhit I,
Mi. E. 'Ir'talil,

Bray'tonm I v, !-,
A. X'aum B-rgenr.


Levi P. Morton,
August BeiAmoznt.
Thonias T. Eckert,
James 11. l)unuht m,,
Sidney D. Ripley.
John J. McCook,
John E. Searlt s,
Saimuu-Il MN. Intiun,
(i-o.. W. Carleteon,
',. Boiidinot Colt,
.1,-,1,ph T. Low,
A l sion Trask.
J. F. D)Navarro.


OFFICERS.
.lames W. Alexander.Iresd
Jamrfes 111. H VA.ie.V- -'--~:' of. GgeFE. ure ..S'1lII.-F'. .
4 I.-earge T. X'W al-eetPi. 7!'. Vi -Po'- -q!,(1 a/ilt. 'holnias ) 1 11,:.('n t '.''
Wilih anmi Ale:anher "''a"'1rma i tir,-v d Hy 1)-i. Tr7oi~as-rf '
If .~xiI McIntti'ro. A,-( i.'I nt','a" W i r J~ame-"'e 14.1. Rit' i. oriea.
Ed ward XW. [.aim brt. I-*%I).D.,Edward Cou ti, M31 1) ,.,-, ~~ ~,s


KNOW-LEAS' BRO-S., GENEIIAL AG-YEN TS,


: Pensacola, Florida.


WRITE FOR ILLUSTRATIONS.


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soit tmobue'r (ef vi'itorc% whoe wulIl 'ct. Yom nuav be w.:'i'i- we wa'y rt their tffotT ti- -e tant -iuld
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v''-t Ira. Notify IF. F,"n--At at:,v rate, We :Liw:iN-'11tuaa' -ti'-r:v' ''. r''..an fni-Ii' -will !h--in ~ie
;1z III#,ae-ljeitai~aa'~te- a.! t 'a I F Iewacid ilItert-'iau to -La. t."f i~iiiiiii N c c.' i-.s! iae' I a.r -
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.i1.t ohat zh I I k"..'u Is:it aa ir' t -aa:' t" ~ ln :h eaiv'-a eril. gt'''tI t iaI


t-I.I ]. 1-.41 .I, t, .:- ci' '''. :I' Hot Lunc-h on Mard~i (c'.



:a bit tle-. of ',utxae rl izmt~i
11:. U.. neuedve,.And tfi-' IL-'-mti.- 14 ~ ''-"tI 'r~i'
eam :e v pr' eje. atd :1;ter' -
I a- roe'tucre.d Iatheir I,- t I -at.: llAnt'' l nIc U "
1; S~. F: 1 s Pb -hert -f L
a :t-w. Wyatt. Ill. F-or -'ale t-t .:PctoM tri- e@
.Ah RBrJ:s.--I sa-a tet ~'me o~rtr~-


I. a-li-s of St. M1ich.ael's paii-h will
,.'rv,, hot iun'nc on1 Mardi (;ras dav
i-i Mr. J. N. Anrir-fv., 's tore on Pala-
hfx sre-et. Reas,,uable prices will
prevail. Parties promising dona-
tions aire requested to have the lat-
ter seut in by Saturday next. 2.f4t


1;eriin bourse and at the Lodtion
-took exch iage. T''i!e wa;r clii'',
however. says it is iunabhl to con-
firm the report, but the public be-
lieves that the queen has ;Agai:t
f, rit'allei the authorities and re'-
itVo d the news before they get it.
MacDonald Wounded.
It is r'-ported that Gen. MacI)on-
ali, ciirinmander of thu Highhland
brigade, was severely wounded in
y(e ,t. day's battle.
No News From Ilobzrts.
No news has been received to-day
relative to the movement of Cronje's
army. though it is persistently
rumored that an engagement is in

Pluiminer GelS; a Sec Ita'k.
Col. Pihunmer, who is moving to
the r,'.ief of Mafeking, surprised t.he
imoers in a night attack at Crocodile.
pool.s. where the 1Botrs are strov-gly
intreiched.
Whi'e stiug'gling through the,
b:arbed wire entauglements, the Brit-
ish alamined the Boer dogs. The
B #-wrs began firing. The British then
made a bayonet charge. but the
Ihoers expli;dpd tetir dyuwanite
mintiis and the British retired.
.wrN Attack CIlements.
A 'Iifpatch from Arundel ;ays the
11i-er-s ade a deter,'ined attack on
(I;.-I. Clemui-rt'- camp to,-day andl
harr:i- a--d the- lritish :;f *ntry with
their big gnus for severAl hour-s, but
the-y w ret finally repulsed.
There i- no better nmdicin,- for the
lihii^ than Chait b.erlain .' C(', -h
tlmnedy. Ita pile-art ta-: e an;i
; o npt :ild -tT. actual ctiure- nak-' it
:a f7,vorilt with mn,-ther-, a in snuaill
childIreu. It, quickly v'r;re tl:eir
< u'tlj a!i d c'h'ld-, I'rC've-!tii pu'ct-
i'.)i > i:t ,r ui e..\ r -- i'i-,,'I n -ti- ".,'?'\ --( .
It al-i o cu. s er iup lanul hai ill t :i4 of t ,Ic il-tn ,d-Js4 of -P- W ith-
t'it :A -ini'le f iiilire -.*, far ;.s wI have
ht enl ;b: to I.'arni. It not o ily cu't-r
eroLup. but wi.ni ilivt ac ;a- o)a,,n a ::,
T'r-upy c', lu! appeal wil! i revw it
tih, ;attack. In .- 1" of wl.:,i.(iin;
(ouz;: it liqi e-ti.-'- t!)e- t! oi*g-., lini'-.
imaaki'ng it eai-er to e-xpo-ctorat-. and
|i.w,.n, thp -everitv and fro ]ieone ,y
'f th ptro)xy-uJa of court i :, t:.ui-
.le Irivinj that disea-e c f all d| i',- r-
ou-s cnsequetc -.t. For -.a1-l I'y Ha ;-
n:iha Bro-,. 21 S. Palafox -treet.

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C.ATIl)II; BAZVARi.
A I'iine Piano toI be Votrd to, Moit Pop-
Wuar lady.
Thb ladies of St. Mi. hanl's church
will give a baz'iar at the armory
Easte r week, one of the m4oit Inter-
eating fe ature- of which will be vot-
ing for the most popular young lady
in Escambia county or at WarranZ-
ton. To the successful candidate
will be given a handsome piano. at
Atool anAd sc:trf, an instruction book,
$5 worth oit 'miuic. tw-o years free
tuning o(t the lpaino if the winner
lives in Pen-acola or one year if out-
sid<. azid three months fre-o tuition
at the conservatory of muin'.
\ote0s m:ay be bought at toh cents
e.a'lh at Clutter', music hte.r, whire
the pianoi) is on exhibition.
"'Pe.-~vern and prosper.' If you
take Hoo 's Sarsapari!la faithfully
f(r scrio ula..salt rhenum, lbo s. iup-
t:( ns. dyroepsia, it will cuie you.
ATTENTION:
M,-ners% (;u'f Iodlge No 23. National
-'raternity.
Re'ulmar il--Ptint .Wtine l :sy niiglit.
Fe'b. 21It. .it S o'clock. at Knights of
P' tl:hi-i hall. Very iniportai0t busi-
I.ses t t',p r. N \\';?T I..\ N :,.
If. H ,I:K. (Oualn!al.
Aco ;P' :Z it.


No Right fa. I glimgia't.


Consular Message Which Was
Opened and Resealed.

MAILED AT CAPE TOWN

Before Cablegram W-sd IRoeived by
the State Derprtna.ut British Pa.
pers Were Sending the Consul Home
to Aemereps.
W.ASUmoroN, Feb. 20. Charles &L
Macruam, late consul at Pretcria, fur-
nishes proof of his charge that United
States official mail matter was opened
by the British censor. Mr. Macrom
has several envelopes. each bearing the
British sticker applied to the envelope
after it had been opened by the ceassr.
He haa one envelope wheb oh tailed
mail matter from Consul General Sewe
at Cape Town. It is tberegulatl8o blue
of the consular service, and bears on
its face the legend **United Staten Con-
enlar Service" and a stamp "miad s6e-
pended."
On It, reverse side is the United
States government seal Impressed upon
the red sealing wax of the consular ser-
vice. The Brttish sticker, resealiag She
letutr after it had been oDened, beoa
the potential ls **V It.." t-he Sd M
tials of the clerk who opened the letter.
and the name ot tue place where is was
opened.
This letter was mailed at Cape ToWe
Oct. 4 Ly Consul General Stowe. Is
was held there one mouth, apparently,
for the next postmark isethat o Durbano.
dated Nov. 4. From Durban it was mea
to Pretoria and reached Mr. Macram ti
its mutilated form.
The circalars to cOnsule issued by the
department, not in themselves import-
ant, but nevertheless officialal mail."
never reached Mr. Macrum. They wee
confiscated without apology or eulr
tion by imie Britih censor. As fern
Macrnui's personal mail. he nerer bea
otf it.
The lBritish aithoritieq are familiar
with the American consular cod.,. On
'N.v. r?. Mr. Macrumn *euts a cablegram
iu c)ode to the dep.*r.luent. urgently re-
questing that h3 be permitted to come
home.
Usually cai!egrams because of the
difference in t.uie betwe-n South Africa
and this country consume two days in
transmission-that is to say the cable-
gram on Nov. S wtuld normally have
been received by thin state department
by Nov. 10. l'>s before the cablegram
was received by the state department
and before it was s"nt from South Af-
rica, probably. the British papers in
Natal, hundreds of miles away, an-
nounced in impressive type that Mr.
Macrum, the American consul at Pro-
tor:a, desired to b'i permitted to go
hoane.
COLD WAVE PROVIDENTIAL.
(Gorsxi Ia':nt, inli.aoglt !ay the Peachl
Crop It* Sveld.
ATLAN.TA, Feb. 20.--If sc:entafic mdi-
cations count for anyth.:n. in which the
weather is to Dlay a part, the peach crop
of Georgpa during the coming summer
will be the largest of acy in recent years.
State Eatomoiogist Scott, who has re-
turned Ifro the southern part of state,
after a careful examination of the or-
chards at Marahalvil.e and other towns
throughout that see:iomi has given out
the statement that the Iree.zng weather
of the past week, gecerai over the stase.
is to Lbe crDsaiered a blsiiang. The ef-
fect of the freeze hbaa been to check the
unnatural advance of the fruit trees
caused uy tLe recent warm we.stiiur.
"I oan safely say." rem.srkei the
state entomo!, gist. "that as a result of
the co!d weatner the peach ?roee rannat
possib y b.-gin 1i It ur utt t.e:, re their
normnii tir 1ia t m:e *of tut t.r, hard
therm were .- iOn' of a,>r',j u'ng budl
and I ani satmfle'l tuat tae freze *itil
ft C 5 i. fl '5 b'SU '" 4


P w one-ia wlao i iv' ly in f~avoc, comb a few dar4 luttr, however, the re-
feerti 5111(1tirmpe'r will ;aiway' I 'It%--
fr iei-' IeCtPwltW'; le ull zxeight have ili.'t deimastroos Sto 3
trI('t4.I.,11i (:[," W11,0' rL''; 7 1 I-le. part of tbe cr-p. fne eftily thing now
4 ('t V-: ii it (.:a1;-rtc h.dIwf. 1j: to fear is the latie springfrv14t.'
h'i~ ((at! leltolier kidtte-', tri-iihla'.
-.-kcia~~:p~e..~~tte ~letaat are rt;Aar-.ei lrt-zzz ack'--
v.'rs-tfet pJ(-A .i-e'I"'i. Fle"!tric ]',t- bUrg .Jameq M-r-r.:au.s.'vea&;s all, the
Iea t'; a' h ee t 11r~a~d fi L.,- ne rt 1, soulof Mr. XV, t nIf. Mec-rrarof that
k~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~~~~~~~r daey-'adtepa yteb. I t~aC.wi .n: I.e nra,7k ef tb-
2'uve- -t .eIIt r'WTva -. right .,. .j n- A ofda Moving~
-uioot 1%- -i-IAt -kil.ri. i'? C c,an.lpx- freign eIr..tu IU! wi3 canoht IPy lb.
1,t 'Wil! < ge~?-1, %I:~.Iealgnml'. tur T.-j c .ai.e !1." Wuae-',35anid
chnrurm : -1..'va maaaof a r~in-daown ;13- 'rv,rr~i).7 ii 41. e. J_.M Wa4 X -ann, aSEW
vall. ( ,-'y 57,0 -: %V'. A. )A I g r ,ta onae 02% P1' -he-at reputation
biaaicrr:--. :);.-t,,g stamnri- e :iu'ftC. i.not and

L ', aI (d7-~P'le-I fl,,- ~I!*.No' neg-ro. W' o10had L-.ui uuetuhy .Itlmatd
titcl~ie. W- ',e '-tiv' *'- KOdJOl wimanWeloson's W.wl.'1129 hitusAd them
h~ys-ei-ia4>a-'.It z:,v- iuatlnpadi- ,urrendered to the p'oa'at.
Ate- rf t1-1'~. 'l'a'a .'t'i 1e41i-
un~n'''''a r-'uis -wrt' -I,. H. Far a clear ciii plealo-n, bright
W~arr# e.. A ha ny, ~It dii iretg apprkling .i.- itj,,1viwnor'us dig".-
whnat Vtati Pqt antd cat net !'ajilto curp, tion, take PIRia iKLN- asiritr'rrpm.
Hatzis' Phanta~acy. J-' !:Si $ippard It phit4 the miyetem in rpClfCCt order,
and 45.K."thu. kS-oa.i by Harttiah Hlro-.


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GOOD NEWS KEPT SECRET

Baller Is Holding lMs Vantage and
Pepperleg Away With Regularity
and Preeialon at the Boers, Who Are
Retiring.
LON-DON, Feb. 20.-Whatever good
news may have been received from the
front is being carefully guarded. In
spite of the queen's announcement to
the Fourth battalion of the Lincoln-
shire militia this morning prior to her
departure to Windsor that good news
has been received from the seat of war,
the war officials solemnly aver that
they have received no news up to 1:30
o'clock this morning.
Uuoffloally it is rumored that Gen.
eral Kitchener has brought General
Cronje to a standstill and engaged him.
It is added, the war office now is only
awaiting the result of the battle. This,
however, may be premature.
In any case. the confident hope that
General Cronje has been cut off from
Bioemfontein continues to prevail in
London, especially in view of detailed
dispatches. saying that the Free Staters,
when they saw tne extent of the Brit-
ioh forces, were in favor of surrender-
ing.
ine first train to Kimberley left Cape
Town last night and the neighborhood
of the famous siege was thoroughly
cleared of the Beers. General Bulier,
apparently. is contenting himself with
shelling the Boers front his position at
Monte -.hristo, which, in the general
opinion, is likely to form for an attempt
to relieve Ladysmith.
The Westminster (azette's military-
critic ssys he believes the Boers have
started northward in Natal and will
raise the siege of ILdysmith and rein-
force General Cronje. But this must
be regarded as rather optimistic, at any
rate until General Builer developed the
B.er's second line o: defense, which., 'n
every attempt to reacn Ladismitii,. has
proven impregnable.
A dispaten lranu Pietermaritzherg.
dated Moudar. says ail is quiet in Zulu-
land and the Boer-' niaiu bodies are re.
p ,rtvd to be retiring upon Dundee and
IIepniakaar, leaving small forces and
two pieces of artulery at each magis-
tracy.
A special dispatch from Tarkastad, a
refuge who ha.s arrived there says the
Boers are #*.(N.) strong at Stromberg.
but at Burgibistiorp they have only a
small town guard.
OLDTIME BRITISH OFFICERS.
Que.un Adviwse I lhit They Ble li-En-
llttil l For Home oDfehse.
LoNT\oN,Feb. :0. -The queen, through


her private secretary, Sir Arthur John
Bigge, has s-ent the following letter to
the commander.in-chief of the force,
Field Marshal Lord Wolseley:
"Os-IORNE. Feb. 17 -My Dear Lord
Wolse;ey-.\s so largee a proportion of
the army 7.4 in South A-rica the queen
realizes that necrssary measures must
be adopted fir home defense.
Her nmaes:'- is advised that it wouli
. i,,ia-ill e to devise for a year an effi-
c:e:t fa .ce frm hi r old soldiers who
Lave a ready sorv -.i as officers or pri-
Ia'tS ah1d c! e'ihurr their devoti )u to
t::e u.::ry idn, loyalty to her throne,
th,'l ,qu,'u :-p: \ '* to them to serve her
(< c. -m re i' 'are of thbre, who for a
t.n:e, ~e:,;o ly I :d" with the people of
Ioer :j' ,nlt-. ;ire nrl,'y re jis'iug the in-
va. *- of h r:' u'h African ,css-.'us.
r : '' t :;.i fi.'d her pl"as-
u: :1 .. th,-' b Bt.-i,, n.- '.l Le desig-
h r 2..t' "

., .. i' .. at u K Uoilp rl-y.
i.. I". "-:, 20 -Thu war office an.
r. un:;o-- i-.i. ::t casu:;ltiet amiong
flierss (i.r::g the rt.:ief of Kniu',erley:
Se':- Li;-uvenant A. I l'usketh. Six-
e -n'il !an;'- r-; I.: 'r.n. i. 'I ie Hlonor-
r.'. M('Cil! -t,.Lck i;u.Itbu:'y, ;.*.',, -i,.,:i. V..Ea. i--t'apta l. R (Ocr.
(,cti pn n L 'cc;ut.':ut D. F 1' .i-z,'., Nunth
. '- -; .'i: n ( I'.. ''.'cO i, K:X-
tt* :, Iitl:, t'i-; I-:t';;:teP~zii B ]L..J. 'For-
\ V, L k u, -.ioni (.ragoons.
I' I. i Ii I'l d va'e lItt'd.
v i:'n:- ;. i-b 1 --The c untry is
a'; fre, r anu K.-n: rev. '1"no i )ers
a. *v:( nate I lI rciirel. 1 S.'it Pan,
. v .fe...n n:', ('h(et,. N-.k One of
ri.e.;:- I. ;., ut:d-rs. wit h aimuiniition,
S.: ratl TUret'i, a- was a.t o their Laitger
at 'r<'el:et.hicu i Ws aL3.iuioped on
S,:a:.v n; 't R als aro 1 ai.: lail t,'
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the lower part of the face with a veil.
In America the beauty of many of
our women is hidden because of the
-weakness and
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oIf the Egypt.
ian custom pre
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e glad tc
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world with the veil of the Orient.

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I Macon Invites Bryan- to Srop.
MACON. Feb. 20 -Hon. Will:amn Jen-
nings Bryan has been invited to speak
in Macon on Thursday as ne passe
through that day enroute to Colc.'. u<
Mr. ryan has many friends in i M oan
He has not been here since lsjt;, %ht..
be addressed a large audience at tie
Academy of Music. It is expecre i that
he will accept the invitation and stoL
over here for several hours.
K'S storv V",iry.
KsoxvILI.-, Feb 20.-J. 0. ()i horne
of Van Wert, 0., has closed a deai with
parties in this sectionn to estabiish a
mammoth stave facrorr. l-i will alsr
butid a s:twmiii from which to secure
lumber for the f;:c:ory. Staves will be
shipped from here to all sections. The
abundance of timber of this section has
attracted this as well as many other
woodworking industries.
Knitting 3111l at Vineville.
MACOs, Feb. 20. -Mr. Floyd Schofield
will erect a large knitting mill in Vine-
ville at an early date. Mr. Schofleld hat
purchased the machinery and will oom.
mence work on the building next week.
Knit underwear will be manufactured.
The new factory will cost about $60,00C
and will give employment to many
people.
W.. Philpot. Alliany., i.. say-.
"DeWitt's Little E;rly R{i-er did
me more tood than any pill, I evr
took." The f:tr noui-. little ill-. firl
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n ti, %*,r
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M ItS. W IINAOW 'S %A00T~fPN(4 MVjtrp haz
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:muihe~rs fortheiret'4nidro-n wl':Ie t-.t line:.
w 'tb pvrfet- -t access. It F(otni4-9 t l 12', &iit
-woftenmm tbuegumi. allay, all patn.cnrt~s wirE
colic. andis 19tbs best renif-dy for I 'inrr.'mn-1.
It ~wIil relitevothet poor lit tle suglor.r ;im-
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ATTENTION, LADIES A


Are you sunburned,
reddened by heat. florid


-is
bad?


your complexion


We've got the
thing for you:


CHOICE MI-AL ANI) PIREGROUND
STO(Ik IEA-:!).
P'atromi-i;Honi I--''-.fa)r th--p .,
iv-~r' roa-"n you ., ~ orMai r.d
14to r' -A ..1from.it:)*- Ha-il'. ~t~: A
for byv so doing you 6'-nt-'urnc, -hor n.- id'i.-
try. mor' t -i'ly m'-'t imm the )fflfa
And you Iti arliare ,..ri.r4-i:. iy~ i'd


for Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always- Bought has rNome the si n.-
ture of Chas. II. Fletcher, and ha, been made iumler his
personal supervision for over 3:0 years. Allow no oneo
to deceive you in this. Counterfeiit, IIitations andl
",Just-as-goodl" are but Experiment-, and endanger tho
health of Children-Experience against experimentt.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Bears the Signature of





In Use For Over 30 Years.
9 .... S'"U*r "";cr"u"co"?_M"UMTT0v" T."F8W "- '"V Ms "


Citizens National
OF PENSACOLA.


-I NT.
T. E. W VI:L1, 1,


Bank


JOHNI F. P'FEIF:F''ER.


R E2CwTC R:


r. E. WEiJ-;-KNVM. FlIs IIEb
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Ge .I iaf(


Business


P".
it ransacted,


~7e~~I~' Ha1a::1l1ol onFavorablde Thrrap' Em-
E ought and S'old, co"Iecti..r
IX'n~~vAttepded To.


AU~{) ITX3r~~~,


SOLICITED.


right


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


!,', ^: :l '. ,::.f,' t.


Indigestion!

We challenge 'the ,ci'ld
to pirofitce a- rened! equal
to tie .lffalilcles MJimfal
11 'ter for tfhe cure of TTi-


difestio',


Acme Beer.
T!Il I:.i-T BEFFt -'i.! r1 ,
THE 'NSAt 'OIFERLIA.


Dannlieisser Bros.,
AGENTS.
A's: Sl y Per ? 1 Y;.Y, P,

The Jug Trade
Is Our Specialty.z--CI
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ol PENSACOLAx

PENSACOLA


D)yspepsiata (lnt,


(I/i 10rn s of fStoach(1e, i;01v-
el Troubles (and Skin Jh\*.-
C(tses. 6Gwir'antcci'(!to c(if/C

oal,;',7 ceids a day Uto Use it'.
tle d/llar bottle 1(.81twtCOi'-
tiy dayIs.
Nor'sale by al(WIri/'14.ists:



IVso11. IT. 6WIL."iNS o.


Grec-nville. Ala.





AA


;:~zGOLABiz(


PAST
BOTTLE BEER


HEALTHFUL
AND
REFRESHING


*


TRY
A CASE


The Star Laundry,


THE PIONEER [AU Y OF lESTFLORIDA!


Carew AInId Attentionl


'l io- tim'. tw tijo-

a-i t .r*-41:A i rd nry 4tt' titis,:
iJI .a--'u~pa 1111m11-h!. lItt'-aing hitl-


ALL WORK C. 0. D.
:Lt?:PHONE 1!4. 27 E. GARDEN ST
GODA4 CJ.ALI..iD FOP. AND ELIfAVERED FREE.Q
WA LKEFR INGRAHAM, Manager.

ESTABLISHED 1863.

McWENZIE OERTING & CO.,


603 AND o001' 4PALAFOX STREET.

REVERE COPPER CO.MPANY. JOHN A. ROEBLING'8 80BS CO.'S
GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RUMHEL& BON'S PUMPH.
CG:vu, lcrdag, aints,. 0Is, liaticail Istrmouts, charts, lAbiefrs Iuiis


Banking


SOLE AGENT.
AS-o Sole ('omitrollr for len- aicol.i

SILK VELVET.
T"1io vr fictiono n of ln o,
Wvhi-ki'-., di-till-,Il aid bllil 1
by S. R.% B4l-i.;.1 K. I1ouI .-
ville, {y.


Wines, Liquors, Brandies

t s, Ci vrs and TobacAO.

Jug and Keg Trade a
Specialty.

S. A. FRIEDTl AN,
1{;! '( 'Tlf l PA IAFOX S' ItI 1"-
l'. < I;.,x 41"'. d. 'l.ll: :,,*' :7.'.


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.N I () it It I S I'. E A 1,.


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LEADS FIFTEEN BIG CITIES.,
Atlanct's Building Permits F~or Jan-
Uiery LuEtisrow-ua.
A-:i ANTA', Feb V4. -'\o better indics-
::,,: 0. tnei~e ami,mit of Lutidang
;7I s rtn. io: ue ia is t -,,,vat pres.
.' ri .~:ia~d h~titbha ccintaiued
n i'- 4.~1. ii.;: ri'!' ri or .tlAnriry in
!,., ,. !irLVU nfk!' 4 5 o: n N'et ,ch-g.j.
T> i' A ~in *a to be a iiwadiof 15
u~t~ .~:iuu'.i,- a tne unuiber oi per-
14~~~~~t tile4 .iHit 1 Uil~ius (If the
L.:II C.'-. ii~i ~ Lhil south in
tr: I, w;er-2,eive-i from 2,21 f


I.; L ::- .*; 'f Ih e 'w rk 14 ,S1
1:*t. .L- :ii '- 0 f oterralti issuted At.
V .I-.fit III" ?'.A.0winl2cities:
P'.. o Pts.L-..Ale

~~ )'Iinv-. New U.JI'cans, In-
Li '2.; ~.:t'if 14'Wall MCu~S Atlanta
: N *w r-caus. la~araap~icis


2, ..I, of t'i3 fanioaoq bar-
h1i ery t.rm~ and ti.nnder of
I.MIi~' i~ormvi:r'.t serlkatory of
.I i~v'r-~i i V r~i~lmdied of
:iui~~~a, ait c.'Vir'41111:1hitel toda~y.


F0~'~Iill- F-h 2.-Mr I'yan
hais t- -n *ntertaiae i all morning by
un~m ti: iio t, 1,,'s ~re, Ije I lbyCon -
.-re T-llaii~ Sa'imvin. The '. oIor is 1in
Wi-r-c' L'- u sIFiorid.t trimi


W t I !(-) 1 :1 -t I Sn IVt. ewIo'''ru lt .4) R11
4,-Ill --fe it-. Iiar 'P harm~acy.
.1,1iL a ,-!,eppardlandalS. Ka hn.

NM .ti.Th Ln You Have Always FougMi


LABfI31CNOTICE.
A '4W:: ICAN l'v .1e vRATIoN.1' 1. A i.rt,
I.Af I.iu 1.K"N ek'I.11MIkA i K E1 N '1141- si
W,-, the Mortar Nfaker-- and Hoid
Ca rr ier- oif Pe'n a~mo 411. iFla.. ha.4ve
oir-:a m izo'd a Lh'tr. Protective
I tion ulnii'r art A. F. t I I.- (eIlart(T.

;ali',owti ti)w wirkWthtl' iliu~ I a-
hire-r- .on1 ittal:ftu'r tL~e dltay uif


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l.i i ;:I.. M .- ,N .
Pr, sidtlnt ;
L, S. I:I, V- --. T i ,- ir- :
II IL NI .
St.,( li .


THE ()YSTIF.1,SEASON.
Nhi. Iii -arI Irru ii07.0l~
4)n.nl i-d -Il.aRtId -A..I' I R' Ft Wni
I o~r 0'' ;'i'i-4It-ioit diiti-am, l;,1u~b-d by
I 'I #- J AI"
.id1) a t t' vaL t',* hof I -,intr hIde.
Th~it m U.~ir~ i1h r the-oUP"
And .oI p,-' will f''r th- 1-mp wi) W
fill.'d willi Ihe an=tlndi fatt"-t.

now f4 r- '.dun'.' oir r:.w. r.'4idy t-
L'C: titeinli v tilE. hitp. du'ztt'ri. Itili-
I,"cal (:11' ~d. ()willutOthe*.1,-Ia-oh of
hui-inIes; thie-;-eivliI'4ef r.'siaIhr tieal-
wA*ill lie d u-cultHiz:m-d :after this i- ek,
bu11t -pocial Ioral .i- will Il- s-~rvv d att
anyi hour (if the day oir niigh t.


W. O. W.
Live Oak Camp 4i NI u dlnIan Efilie
M t.. flr net anId i:rd Fridlav niht iIn
o.nt'h i month. V tIIltit In a;Iv Invited. W. Wi. V Al-i'%
S. T A NMK ('lrk. (.. '.
M.Vl'I'ANTIIK I'{IO -:.i E;I'\ i-% AS.S-)-
CI 1] ION.
(Alive ol'f tthe S r.tairy vt ('in tt, i'
ull3ivi Hous-e'.
Hh .l- neti-i Ii' on c il .ni of it 'r.- l'r -:t *".
th" i l eret'st- Of tl1. A.-i'llIli'fi
JAM.1. ; Mi Hti '.
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Kodol

Dyspepsia Cure.
Digests what you eat.
It artificially .ge-ts the food and aids
Nature in stlengthening and recon-
structing the exhau-ted dige-tive or
gans. It isthe iate-t discovered dige-At-
ant and toni'. No other preparation
can approach it in etic:ency. It in-
stantly relieve- and permanently cures
Dyspcpsia, Indinve;tion, Heartburn,
Flatulence, Sour Stomach. Nausea,
SickHeadache. Ga;t ralgia.Cramps. and
all other result of i mTerfect digestion.
Prepared by E. C DeWtt A Co. Cblcogo.
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A LITTLE

DOES MUCH.
I7oc!-;. lowi. D-cc I.
Vo tnngue can te~i %%at I hirh~.e .-
in t le p.-- t-n 3ear %' &1i 1 : f IrI!*:l .-
71e,-4~. Wh'ij e .4.ili.'r~uit: i'o~d .2''
frieud ca.itd and r,. oii~e '.,'o
('arlui. I s.'nt for a hbot .e.Iiiiand) V0:
rel itf. AZfer 'I fiL-.L(!(,-e I ~(.~to fl,
beu~er ar4 hare bat no ;.a- 'iF
AMM A. U CE LM~~:


tic, ,.jI


Wine nf Cardut not or.~v Cures bhit it =~3 AT ONC-E. VIre is i a
of ten years' stainiini!, and \ et 1 me s:ie 4 d- n5 iJ!t~ile sulferer fet.- better,
and st-1ped the P.111.Th ine to Vi,,e1 iSSr.,Z ~seat -'4 tile trc~ulle.
It a.:ts directly up, -n I he mi u1.:. gi.~ Isazz :'n-.tij.t
vi, 11,nt, Atnd it dies n Pt I. irce i re2.,t. I u" sN...tu-r tila
~ tnethAt tile St ,s ~l i: A k J in thec
Zen.i i'. i'rleS ,preat~iz) i di.. ;I~i -)\'.r t~i-I-)"d, a;ai v, ~li~n*h
Wvir11 cures- tht s, murce. a!I ;-;!te .r v.ai tmv:er (-t4 C. :.r_ e A 4
wun ci unieotier uwflj.> 2 mn ~i t.. I.!i-t ~i!n. -il.L1 )CAiI C, -
~ .,' L iz. .\ ti V u 'm Ist oth
LAES'ADVISORY *EPARVOI'NT. \inofCru
I%&. 4 V 41-eJ.,imL:L. tor


Dru giss s llLarge B1ottles for $1.00.


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THE ORIGJN iL --


ST. LOUI


A. B. C.


BEER.


I. GUGNH[ Mll'


Great


Bargain


Shoe


SaIe!@-o


HAVE NEVER
Tried the reat
systemn re~ula'ihr

PRICKLY ANH

BITTER59
~ue Th ey Vh ';n k I 'I1



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. V. J. VIDAb, Sole Wholesaler. L ,
Ladies' Department
S ILS0 1 ilNH, BRACI IESllIE IMPORTED 110 DOlSTIC *
Pail Jones ang Echo Springs Celclratel Whiistics. Kid Sr""i "IiHel Ilitt" n and Lace
N TR IA BOTTLE OF CELERT 1O1C. $1.00, $1.2, $1 50, $1.75 anl $2.M.
MP PHONE 154. : : : : P. O. BOX 587. Ty re rtli
They are worth 51, iimore
... JUG & FAMILY TRADE SOLICITED Kid Heel Button and Lace. also
F reo DIeliv.ry to Any Part of the ity. Cloth Top ill Black and Tanl.
Sai,,N 111 orders left at The 0t!i)c. Vidal & tmith, will tv carefully) from $1 00 to $3.50.
atteadod to.


o--PRUPRI-ETOR OF--o
CRONIeS STALOOr

o--DEALEK IN-o

Imported and Domestic W'ines, Liquors and Cip
JUG TRAD. A SPECIALTY.
C( To r, Rolmont and Dpvillipr- ,4t=. PENRACOLA.


H. H. WeWICKE.


Plumber, Gas and Steam Fitt(


No. 5 South Palafox Street,
All Kinda o. Plumbing and 0:*i Fittings Materials Kept on Hand


TEL


Threc Regular
Mpals Fachl Day
25c Each.


Restaurant Attached, Open Day and eight .


OYSTERS. FISH AND GAME OF ALL KINDS IN MEA.ON.
Special Orders at Any Hour.
RATES:-From $1.00 to $1.5;o per Day. \LODGING:
.1,5 and 51B1 8. South Palarox Street. Penaeolla. l'loridla / 25 and 50c

TIME TABLE.

LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD.
IN I l' II. ( 1 N .1'I7. k *!.M


7. p rat
4 p mt
- p iii
') lb it
* 11444
I '' I' hI


Nc.."
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* *s~t 141k Vt
.:.,I.i1 ill
liii iii
ii iii
I' iii
I.' .i iii
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BETWEEN PENSACOLA AND JACKSONVILLE.

SN ,.

I '. :l n n l ; 'I i c I 1 I ;|

7 I: !'l k -....i\ : 1 11 ;i *t i


JOHN NICHOLAS'

lRestauran3t,
305 N. TARRAGONA STREET.
'"PI 0 -:TE i \ \ 1,; T .


I I "~' fMeals at All flours-

:4~~4j LOIJby lrr':i'.ts. W:A Cwple-tp Stock o


Open Day and'INight.

oil Fr'~;- u*-. a~IeCi- ir- crl 'I bac(-i


ASpecial Bargain !
A lot of Finte La1dit-' shoew-A, 4.i t-
cinnati make. regular prict. 83s
and $1 4 ma 1 pair. inow only $1 Wu.
N ~We only have then in :N4 and F4.
we ell them So) cheap.

ars. in 0O19 Men's Department tw;w
miizder~eI I anyone. and cive thoo
moI4It comifoort7tble fit anid general

OULFq $3.00
Hatior1--wed Vici Kid SIiols- are
K indly -oiicit'iting your pa~tronlage.
I remain~ii yomIr?, to plea.'e.
~j, ~Gugenheim.


CHAS. COTTRELL,
Artistic Photographer,
It0l..IM ;. Fl al l I .1 1.IiIN(t.
201, EOUTH PAI.AI.OX STIKERT.
satisfaction (Juarauttcitt in very Par.
ticular.


HIIIBIR BROS. I CO.


' WBHOLAL BHOClDS,
PAULafox Street,


Palafox Street,
Pensacola. Florida.


BARGAINS


-IN--


Real


Esta te.


1Oo O 4'III1 hi'. .: a t're' ofland nr-rt h
P # uno' % 'A t4f II bf
$2000 1 Il;t I-,~ .;.
$3000 I l4'l t 1- % IV, 1A':ik


'P:4 1,1_1 flO4i U i tz'l .n ~ 'i

$6000 Y2 1 .L trt enO



$ 70 00 u i I u,?,r :; ,1 "W.i'.. 24 1, 1.f-,:I I' IP.
~ f. a -1lt: i tiu ritu'- i

fx ar (I I ir s Z"
$9000 I ....-r :ru t
-rI 4;k 41-wi a t
$10 000 V <.;fVt' '' .Iu.n


Children's Department.
Hand-.ew id F.r-im l Kid Infant.-a
lHiitiun. 2 u.
worth 75c, now 50c.
Hai;,i--;ew,.d French Kid Infants'
Hlil!til!.
worth $1.00, now 75c.
ll::id--e, od Kd S'rini Ht'el Button
worth 75c, now 50c.
h'a.dul--'ewel Kid S; rinIe lel But-

worth $1.0, now $1.00.
iH:iiil--ew '(d Kid Sll :nl, Hll,.'l Lac..
worth $1.50, now $1.00.


Men's Department.
Geniine Donz. Ilutton and Lace
Shoes, 1"2-2,
worth $1.50, now $1.00.
genuinee Vici Kid Button and Lace
Shoes., 12-2.
worth $2.00, now $1.50.


LODGE DIRECTORY -
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIS. DUNN'S
Pensacola IAdIge. No. :1. K of .
me'ts every .Monridav -vfn-
Ing at ;:.i,. at 'ca tle lit ll. 1
in Hlutchiinsonu hils. West
1ntendellic1 3tr*-u(. H O
V\il'tiln ir l tbt reniL rdlall'
.. elc-. .ed. O N EUROPEAN PLAN.
c a If. Ho It t' M r
K. R. M ,.


-


and.


WINE~


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4 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 21,1900.


THE DAILY ?4~wg:
Ustwerd at the Poswt Office at Pensacola.
VIra- as ewronG-clat.s mat tt-r.
'WFICV.: Pitt Iul~ding.:1,11. Kouttki ala-
-fz street. up-stairt.


THE JEWS PUBLISHING 00.

Terms-lnavi~ably in Advance.
Oue Vear bye !.!ac
#~mn Noeth% 46.e
Tbrop Mon t 1bI
"inC 34ontt-.
(NewWe"It. by (a&rr;. r. pa ub.#- Mondaiv I-

THE WI' KNKY NEWS:
Pistuto-dev' --.ry Fzd at S1.1 1,-,r yeair
Postage fr"..

TtLEPHONE NO. 118.
Advertising Rates Furnu't'hidon Applicu~,,n.


This paper Is on file with the
SMIllSADVERTISINO CO61
Esdset Building. St. Paul, Minn.. where
acutsebers. sadverisers and others may
oesane it and wheret estimates will be given
urvinepaem for GENERAL ADVERTISING

PENSACOLA. FE?. 21. 1900.

Tim nNeeJr~ra iavim ue- offer-;
tile. fellowir 'uIllel-e_,- rmd
for the- tru': -*. fiI
Iett i. '-e~e.'etie' I C- rt.,-%t m.-n tee
latur.'-. a'diK-~t. t-v:.-si '
Ulejow Ii.'li-i ea-I.r- p '41 (.rih ~I', J~
e~i is %.NI46ii fti.a l.'.t IIIAI 34t' J;)14I)1)- 1Iv
ilastwe sa il.d-. It4fIf, A (r.";Icut pt 6 t~1'qzIa'iem
a.4 mevi' talok.' (e'iuloi,wt.. it nru-tiri- th-i.
1 iwafa4I of huinansh hei(eI. it') cc3:1.
in a *seof blood.
A THolWI:(HTFI'iI. 'It1ze-'.m* !t iitF-,
Const re~ntly ixad+-.a lit idal v I i"cple
done 44 thp M044 uniiq'oo ii'aal tu-f-fitoief
the tiiaiiv IIrf'*tits ti ,ii '*i'ed by t I..
happy' jpair. I- wa; a .:meild -::n-c]'?Ii-

14cl''a tW-pq r 'ah-ta t i- trtily
conitnttietdab~lt a-iaer -!ij1ll ave
rea~aced(Ithe 'ml- te-rn Fil-lr-
ida- Tic -NJ ws will oexp-uit a .greatt-r
and m'er+- ~:antifv jug lieracr't-e to, lt-


"IfiE v til':ofiCieI'. t U:.' Fl ri-
da Chiautatiejiltu. rograrrifo~r tt 1 i
year 'Ar*, .djdtooe be e-pitc'ially fini-'.
both IIin tI4-'('tielk atide] 4-eXPt'eI'l. and]
arob gre-atly etI. eevf-d y all att,.'njajIt-.
Some 4fl111- te')4 t Ii)u-wCA Italf lit eel
theiat'utitr% lma- ho--i e 'iaidaijil
doubtles-i tile e .xpti-,e-to) the rflna ii-
agenio-ait hia- to ain4ne'I t-ienci' lit=i (1 *r-
able it#.IIa aet tie,- (,4-t (fIt .- .-ie*i
THI:Ni ~d+-ire. toeo Iig- h
adoptieema cutIadfeparture, tie wev-ri.
front the previu- (iici-teem. liv the#
0-Mplovilne-iat. at tIII#- lio-xt e'--ion. eef
ant elnttir'#, c-eI-p.. f 1UIn .A cecrrn 1.1u-
toT's froisi1 tfime liur.e--'tamiloer- .4Floor-
ids niu-ioiait'-. re-id+-nt :eehit 'll-re
,-actcehi andIJat.eIII:# rt peel t- IlieIthie
1-tate. A I:'. mn-rtita(dtIm- k~ind
woul io ;I e ..treaol)0 r, eetl .eitee
te tethe he' go 11-mi 4' i) 4 t~i.
t.Upjaee'rt t a*- 1ee.4'eejle-' Ieat't -tadte-f ie.e
x ci eteatoti.-o-- ef.rr i-c- !uint-; Ii-


An I'd .uv-aa, q rial I tfoiee
The 'folloicuwl # Cxtrmn't- ft e-tt at
ed it ail i A I ;t Ile-I;, Imte I'ste -;i-- t o4- fe
the Flleaidh i 'heel 1t'e it I,.,a I.-i
hAu'p tee 11-11exm'.'t!".I, I I'd oeela -P
int.eIdeut-of ee liueLc ]nm-! ilel h
e-ditlte 41t I 1 e' ..e lt-Ait Iiue'ai
-Prolf.T'. 1~t'i-'i-wem i
Un olat ta --me Ifti lit
zia rihe t ii 1CC f'1% '' i'' P I,
fisaing ola (It-am b i .. t e Ifk' :e I !em--

I I (be gIstv m1; 1Inek- Il-ic e '(C
indteatsar% I tii wame. 4'm-A:j .ii it eli- t-'
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vaed"1q.11 tee Itk.- '3'. et --e I 'a.i -i I i
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tA-t [h- *tat"- e'c et I -3 I*--ie 'C -
.-6.w'.%% heI e-l I %t-yvk 1:s-oiI i t.
most t ge)mI.MtndAt t I'Ue"I P i...Ij 3'*' ,1 ii. te
we'll Ithe- fcoue itteiitl l a fls h-i ~r -v ukti ornai
struc.tarc' Sect-fore -'he- pjes le' ie- upper c-te'i ie-s.
vitry bighl or I and'..ti em v-- ry .ie-4rT'

2aruie (rast-twanaec to Rent
The C 4'mru ivu&l t'ciititittCP hInmt.; I
ha tad 41 v- le za u i I'e- tli11 -sne-- W11i cth C.14IIi
he' me-tIt at !-1--tks~ctlensl~lew SCe'ie.


Y. M. B. IL
The League Elects New Officers at Its
Regular Meeting.
The Young Men's Business League
met at its rooms last night and elect-
ed officers for the year ending De-
cember 31, 1910, the said election
having been deferred from the day
fixed therefore in the by-laws. Vice
President Wm. Fisher presidi d. and
in the ab-ence of the secretary, C. A.
C'oate was chosen secretary pro
tern.
The minutes of the last regular
meeting and the called meeting held
on the 13:h of February having been
read and approved, the secretary
pro tern read a communication from
Hon. S. M. Sparkman stating he
would do all in his power to secure
the passage of the bill now pending
in the house of representatives pro-
viding for the completion of the
military road from the city to tihe
national cemetery. A memorandum
from Secretary Daniell was also read,
stating that he had received, but
had mislaid. a similar letter from
Senator Taliaferro. On motion the
same were ordered filed.
A communication was read from
Mr. H. H. Thoruton referring to the
matter of the removal of the head-
quarters of the lighthouse board to
Key West, and on motion a special
committee consisting of Mef-rs.J. C.
Watson, H. H. Thorntonand Walk'-r
Ingraham was appointed to act in
the matter.
Mr. J. R. Keller, chairman of the
special commilnittee heretofore apl-
pointed to consult with the1- city
counici l coieeeruilig the illp 'ove
nent of the streets, and Mr. W. IH.
Ferris.a member of the eomtnitti-e.
reported that the city oflicial- had
tilen consulted. and had stAtdl tfat
the city authorities were already dt,-
inti all in their power, with the
ineahis at their cominland. to iml-
prove the condition of the strip f-,
and that the ballast from the qui:r-
antilne station could linot bh i.-d
without a rock cru-her. whui(!i tc,-
city was unable to buy at thiz tilm-;
that if the amount due- tthe city for'
its intere-t in the county lquar:altiile
"ttitolini. juirchased !by th-' -.ttat-
hboard of health, c, uld bt) e- ll-',d.
ti'- city could il iircha-.- a oc k
fru-her and on muchti nior than I i-
inow able totdo ioir the -treet-. ()it
il,-tion the lliaitte- WAt- cotl ili-
ued. with a s-igg t-ton Itroii thic'
r'liair th:it the-'* (c mlliitte,. sho=t ld ta i-
irt---- ti foer, il Coelliilli 'ati'oi to
tl,- co( iiicil 'on the -tubjf-ct.
'ndl -r t lhe ta-'ld of Uilltihi-ih:'.d hu-i-
ne-s- Mr..l. C'. Watsonl r-feriedl to
the- fact t h it the 'oll-ctor'- i-tiite r-
-ihip li.-t colltainie-( tlhe nail.l-'- e f
firni- a"- owin dui--. ail that tt t'cl-
le- t dil-s a- floei on1 1 I itil),'r firoe- i
a fir i. whil- ea ; oif t li e l, -lith oif
,other tr ivi- paid dil-' individually.
iap[e tar,-d to ha l le iiaju-tice. (OI lii0e-
tii th-*-.cr'etrtary w.e- i:i-trii .* (d tot
a ti.-' rtaiii alId i- 'prt at* tie next
iliee-titii if :inly firt-in we-re- ac- ; t lly
tl'i'yi il. 'naiiiia! -r'-ltli diu,- t.nriirti'll,,
It11 of 1 1 :1, 1i1,i, h '-. t I P to ,oy th, 1
i[rivile s. of etllii h,'.r.-hip.
tI'der thet lhead of ne-w lif-i !e-'-
th- apjpli'atiion-i for iat 'inte-r-!il C I
.M1,-r-r. Jioli )liehaliu aiel Huiih B.
H:ttlion were- t-iake- up mitid ea;ii 'c f
the -:id :applic it.- wa- uli iii-
iloii-ly Cli t,', to, m i -tah'r-hii,. The
e I 'ti ii of officers i or l t e e.-)li-i!1i
ye-ar wa- th,-n i ioete.-d.d vit!i. i.-
Pr -' i.,i e. M r. \\ 1 r. H -,'ir. ,Ir .
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l'-.r i.'le ti 'ir. h erir'ftly ii,'-I;- i;-
-tril,'"ha tri la t i ly :i- t' ';i '. L ,.I
Iiel 't'i r at 1 it-" ,,I l l, -! ; .' il "; it
o., l -t:i; tld i -.
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t!i, I. a i il aJ t t rn ,I to I':,. l,.xt
r,-^ l -ir Iml- tiin., th, fir-' 'Tl'e--tl 1"
*'i; in t a. ii h at 0. o t c;,

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lil ii,-Oi- A I ;ti:l 'I il ,* -it iv I I
-' .,, l, le t 1u-' ,,er litt,.a th it the
h:iek intl I i ]len i t i -il x rieec!illy".
A v-i- -iti -titii, t, r I- hi i ,, .
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.4 1le V rhlt. tie- (AtI(it) NJ Pr:

a MZ l'ict(lre- a ii] the1ImIOitavle
t rrott.
Train 1Iav-a"'t-'- eweat -,:31ca:. In.
FAre fr ie- r wid] rip. -,(ee.w-11.


Headache
fli~ousneig. sour stomach. constiraa-
Cton. *i'd all liver ills are curti Iby
Hood'rs PHIlS


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Ai Tornauo Swoops Down on
West Hill.


Several Hounes Wrecked and Trees
Torn Into Tatters-ile Stormn
Reached an Extreme Velocity of
bixty Miles an Hoar-Bay Fiiled
With Drift Timber.
The storm predicted by the weath-
er bureau came last ni-ght and did
considerable damage in the bay and
about town.
At 10:35 the wind had reached
a velocity of 36 miles an hour
and soon had electric light, tele-
phone and telegraph wires in a
tangle, the lights going out on sev-
eral circuits.
By 11:10 the wind had reached a
velocity of 42 miles an hour and it
blow great guns, close around this
mark, for an hour, an extreme veloc-
ity of #) miles an hour berlin reached
at 12:45 a. m.
The storm continued with fury un-
til 2 a in. then 'oderated.
While it has beten fair all this
foiretnoon.the wind ,as b-,en blowing
;tt a ve-locity of 34 liilt an hour.
A repolirter ot THI: Ntwsi madv a
tour of tie town thi-i ilrning anid
noted danlmage done by tU i st. inm ius
foellow-:
Th, shotin gal-lry tent on(
South Palafox -tre.-: wa- torni into.
tatters.
Th' roof of the ack tilery of
Porter'- sail ieoft wis blown entirely
iove-r the building. a'ioss Pahlafoex
-treet. and cra-hed into the Hannahl
building oln the east -idle. slatte ing-
the g.-s front, te-ai t.g down peo-ts
wrecxing d(oor- and window u ani,
leaving the- telephoiine)- and eli-'tric
light wires in a taiigle-d iia--.
The skyliglit wa- blown iiI tthe
PIll t's aitti'- and ithi b i-wk ., il~ary
wa- wrecked.
'ii s bay i- filled with drift titelti i'
a; d se-vei'ral -mnall bo.,t- \v,-ie d(ivei
a-.lio;'#.
Th bark L^niflow, whlic; wa;t
a'ichiore-d in the stra'iii dr;a:_~e d ( i-rr
anchiir illtn brought iie -,tl0 ai:d
aou iid at W ittichi'- whai t.
A lilhte-r loaded with luniHber ie -
lenit oSii to Silpson & (Co. ranik ee;
ltiilroad wharf.
'1 lie b-irk V'erd tiili, Ii'-, ilongiin to
E. E. Kaulnder-, which wa- tid tup
at Palafo)x wliarf. ire .h-r .':iir
line and swung aroiind in t!.*- -;i;,
but w,.- not damaiil d.
31 lit Tornado.


Npw; rpoaeii-d thiis owfuk-i'i' ii!1% t!,i;
nomirnlrg-thatt out os. t-!--~t -Hiii th
'-tecrln hmul (I-'veleje-d iiitee i ti:imi. -t
tierniadli and that grvat d(ittilthvi' iad
C apt. ID'.'amv f ttie 1`4i O f r C
c(.iirt#-'otl'-Iy enairneul if t., '. It--
portorh-l-Il;fill,- heir-e. i'I.;italikg, inim
toa visit the -'n..wiich iee-'lecug
to he m- them hen-reel
The- teuarlmt liwaj.. fn l Owthe '-hutI-
w''.t anid mloved il'l ;ia jii'ivith i-te'r-ly.
uiii.-cti.m~. hon-mlllaig,rl 'a il'l Ji,,
cfeli e* tory, amid Ie-avi;::iia lealiciw tlit
iOf d. '-:rzictaeeli ill it-4 WvakeV.
Mr. 1'En:-- i'rcn- twfe-"t-teily 1lino I*
re--iliii'ewta- lifted] trioit' -utndid -
tie)n mid ]tw.i-tv.d mdt of lte-.Ialn.
;dlii'1i..? U t01':11 o--
AivLmgiii tit leei'o c Inmrai who.'e('Ii#
.'.Ir.i,,z-iltrfe m"tvzi ee1;r-o' lea-' clif;ael
po;iemritl *id haud Ia at La. -I, f1 i~-- j '
:it nI)-a.

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A cl ,1, i t-dee t Ieji tieI r'*' te t'
(.til i c;,ill b,. ta- if ui''am t
litI bv ItitH 1'': I en hI l 1 /11 !.4,1
il h -Ima t h e f of' I l-ate'ta I 114,1 t!1 0

vl:e -; e f f. .. vityI


W1,;i'k tqw-,Elly but tie'lha'L-: t



MOUNRAN MINT TONIq).


ini,, yema r n a tee-dif y I i'; i'C.-i ,,I,
'i- l.i!r'- t. y ]ie r p Ir, 'tionl -- .i ;. -
-- l'ii" r IC \ : .' F;W S" f
x \ i;:.-. ': t t hi-, tht- in ilAl-
ila, i l-W .I- i :i ll.I|0 ', to ;te( pha i i l .
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A. I'- : i )a' i i u.i- 1 ( al !i lt


I I v vl "vIeIIa I.mu:-i. f'T.. -
W while t, -1 *- t 1" e' l. tl IO ii< l .ll a' tl



thae the. -I.1 btt It i fi- cfeliar-
In'-' mi c -1 ent et a ee.. -
ilrcte!y ii-" i..- m i i Ii the relief t
i id ig tio i i Var -~ .iif rm .




W it-h pri per di -t the- i iit. ic will
cudre the wor- f(rnim- f ti-i: to -
,lenting:t- vAil. liC o ith it. !hu d, i .

By tm tis add it It. it- viXrtrue as a
whieral to; ic and t! ii orator andii
blood purifer, aire it ipai red in
lt e least. Noi bett; r le- i- lii car -.
Ih found for the I lie-f ou-f Ihoso. di-
eadircthat ar, so-illy te t-vi' t r li t'-f
-p i prent r di- 'i' i will




I take wthirt ppf rtuiii f ti' tor-k
myto fienr for ti e support they hvch.
general thi onic, aid ivirolnis ratr
'le least. No b-tt-r n -ed-iie c'-


w ve ben revefJ. M. HILLIARD & CO.,
painful menstruation by -Manufacturers and Dealers i,-
Lydia E.Pinkham's Vege- Carriages, Buggies, Wagons and Dray.,
table Compound, are con-
stantly writing grateful u pRepairing Attended to Promptly. r:-
letters to Mrs. Piakhaun. 30 EAST (ARDEN ST. : : : : : PI'NSA'I.A. F


Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound]

cured them. It always
relieves paful period
and no woman who suf-
fers should he without
this knowledge.
Nearly all the ills of
women result from some
derangement of the
female organism. Mrs.
PInkham's great medi-
aine makes women
healthy; of this there is
overwhelming proof.
Don't experiment. If
you suffer get this medi-
aine and get Mrs. Pink-
ham's free advice. Her
address is Lynn, Mass.


hard at w. ik --t :ii.httr.i:. tL';
wirre:,
'i lit Sln i II .le lier' .
A' N.- w Orlani t!.-** in:ixinini:
v6 l..city was 1t nI1 t--. a;it M .1ridian.
Atlanta iand Pal,!-tine :12 iiilvs- anti
at (*:l lv,- t, 'TI'lI- storm 1I nII tIt-r hI is l:lIVtI!I
nior toward toI-d :v to St. L,,ui .
Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup is the best medi-
i'l ,' >r .i r.- i l r" lh lt. larv-'a -~. iot:l nsy or
loilll-llti-. j-K % iy i! re p ef 1; -ii'il 'te ll.l
v i i t l r ;'. d t y '.,; ; i i. r u u 1 r1 i i' ,
iI l :.. '11a y .
ilankrup-cy l'Proceed(li 'i.
Yi-tord:iv. 1)#-f,)r, tilt, r< ft r'e.
ni. E. K N ichtild-. ;t ll-e tinl (if
thti cr,,dit(,r-; was 1 ",-ld i the fca;' of
I. llmnt-ni tnn 4- (',. ('. 3M ('.-tni.
"-tj., p i tl', airedl for thel; r inkruiit a:iici
lt,,i. J. ('. Avery anl iiHini..A. ('.
l ,tiuii f-repr-elnte-d thl; creditir-.
Iiprliiani l ieiln)t r;,. who (had l).ii
thei- receiver wa- a )ppii i'trid tru-t0e.
"I'hl stock oi1 lland Coli-i-t.t- of li tuiioi-
:ii!l "ilif ii d tit! ilenv It','y
aillir'ititit to 771.*'2.
His .Life -WasS aved.
MIr. .. i.. Lilly, ca irom'lninelit it.i -
Z'in of H t ,iiilil il, M. o.. i htt 0ly ltl :a
woildterlul deliv,'r:iance from i : fright-
fill d .itll. Inl t'-llii:: of it he -;Iv. :
"I wa- t,lkol with "vpt'l' io, l 1f\e
ti lt i r i into, I'ile :ii ila. Ma ll.rIi, -
I..ahL-! t ;1deIlltdl. I w;l- W -0 woIV lk I
(',tn ll't vii-it 11;' ill ti ih N thi-
Ill h* 1i I i *X1 *; ) i! to soo
di.- o' ;',: iitii i '. W l ",n> I l,-itrdl ot
) r. K;i: N-; w l0 iwcVp\,ry. 4!)l-
htlt g iv.- gl ;eat ,'lif f. I colntilh-
(I.'-* ZU t lI it. aind lioW ;lll We- It alld
-, ', I I ':ill't ;ty too Ii"liti ill iti-
* rUii-,.." '1'l. ii i fi"<- ,i.l- iiir li'cii
i- t ,.. -11i .-t "i uil < i,'ke'-t ciii. 0- i
I !,. w ,', ilrl f i" :ill 'i',roat ;ilnd I.u):I,
'l' i ,. u l l:Iilar Al., .;>< c t. andi l
, ni) T( i:al iaottl-- trf e at \V. A-
I l'Iiihe lrtI-' drii -t ; tv y
' et t :ni i lkantet'd.


I /f ( "- Co. harc.it .,//.7 re-
'civedfl some of the v rry hes,
/irst -clas11 II es.tern Butter.
Price ;)0 cents.

Hot Chocolate, lOc. at
W. T. Green & Co.'s, 37
South Palafox.
ATTI NTIO ')PROPERT'l OV NIFIS'

!- Pi i ll-. C -.--l a '. r



Ti\ 'Paer, Take Nti '.

March Ist interest on
your City Taxes will be
One and One-Half Per
Cent.
N. McK. OERTINC.
City Tax Collector


SSOR[


MATTIIhG ALEI!
w~~' ]
MilMQ Wa


,o :'take io.in for n ur Import Ordser
,,f NMattiug- iju-t rec.-iv:-d. w.
()Ter our Entire- Stock !on Haind
at tihe f,,llowii.g pric,-. .
500 Yards Remnants, 20 to 35c grades,
for t0c yard.
5 Bolls 15c Matting far 12 1-2c yard.
5 Rolls (Sc Matting fir 14c yard.
5 Rells 25 iMatting for 20c yard.
10 Rolls 35c Matting fir 24c yard.


|V* -lhai. ol ii on & .011 |

Ri s .2xxi x 2




I Floor Coverings I


S"n !um niaiitta. M attin-.. PI to I ; V. 1d-. I 'i te. 20 t W .Ir;i- 1
k. ty. per yard ................................ .

k: S!h rt F::d- ini L.i:. luit lPrice to C'lo,-. p Ir -'il r.
S y'; va rd ...................... ..................... .
ligr un C uarpu t-. all woul. .-1 tto 1 ytri pite -. : -
6 f I,- ,. ; p r y a rd ...... ..... ...... ..-. ;
,v ,rn. ...r -.......- ...... ...........'.. ...

J

I Slpecial Ollerinir Wednesd\ay!

P: e .............. ... ....... ...I -
I': T :tr t:I, l M anufactiuri r-' r S il:i, I- l f eov,.r "r : c
: ,of the' .i-.,:. .
.. .

Shirt Waists.
A W! ll T th) L.ino w o H :inil .\. .,- 1., ;....
or;ili w e (i ii.iranto," mi rir ,l.i<>* -'I liy ; l.t \v,: i
it : ii '!i c'itr as- the l' i:l r I ; i -~. i f ,ti kivrv ;> w ;: I 1
l in ..i-Iri't, w e gtal a nt.iliirf .1 ti:. (




I.1.
b' '".


HEATING


SSTOVES,


COOKING STOVES


ALL PRICES.


[l*illiaII I 3o01;ltou & So0.


S' ,,,,hi wi '""..;' rs,i Don't Pay $40 and S,'
I 'f' i'h .. ff 0 I"Or /! o i fff r fr S|: p' \ .
,*." t I 'fo U r nf l t"" i"
11 / / t l inch O tI -h ', nr, .., -. i


Coffee: Coffee::


* ..- ------~--~--..


\\'e rall the attention of e
the 'rneral publicc to 'he
/'a't that ,,e harp' one oVALT
the best e,/uipped Hoaster
in the ,oJith. and that we .N..
cant furnish this dleliebiottx
beer(rce t pr'ice.s /ia t : MARDI GRAS
defy competition. I'e also L
wish to remind you that our "
Coffees are always fresh (GOODS
from the Roaxte.r WI'hile k -AT
others are old and hare lost k.
their aroma, our's isfresh -*
and delicious. tr
'ewi Orleans Grocer!yCo., o, .. ,.
*' L. 1 T nren o^nes Ir. n-,.--J


hYiIUK ST~ORM IHappy ,S,,Investigate the Convertible Term Contracts
SEVER STOR H a-OF THE-

HERE LAST NIGHT Old Penn Mutual Life Ins. Co.
1)1 t STR T-' % MTAN% 4F I'e.- FFl.':' W,.. -I
o m e n DAVID EDREHI RKN M E NrTIt E F:T. PIIEl N.As '.4 H1. A


~i~i~L~


_1_______ __ _~______


Filie Butter.












THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1900. 5


Soodoubt receive a large vote at the I I 2Li U 1
LO.Ah NEWS NOTES ""--'" IESTr,,fTAIONS
Miss Ida Pfe-iffer left on the 12:4.5 A
train to-day for Mobile to vi-it
friends.
t i,-a for Penar,/a nFr rtar~ntd J. R. Keller and hik brother. W. Portions May Be Thrown Open
.,, ," .H.r H. Ware. left to-day for Mobile on For Grazing.

S.Mr J. M. Flinin i--ft to-day for;
,.Mat t.W.- of H.ir'tiville. Nw ()rleans to be, i'r-, nt at t!e- CATTLEMEN FAV S,.. .- a visitor t.ere to-day. carnival.
M 1- Ir-' ak R iliv r. -t it- tri N Mrs. J. Harri- Pi< rpint 1-f. on the
t,. r: ainz from a vi-lIt to+ Mobil-. 12:43 train to-day for M,,bli. to w)it- F'orestry A.mooeatniun Oppose It an
W. L. Halrri---f t. Plosant. t!io carnival. Injurious to 1hc- National Parka.
N1. It. Harri- ,,f Mr. Pl, asnnt, In
.- v -: t t .r- -,'t ,\bi,. Mr. and Mrs. M. L. R och lft to- IRe.-noe (otter .erLice~- "aate In
dav for New Orleasii- to witness the colored soc-iet>.
S}:. l l tI f N,-rt i < '"r,.- .1Mardi Gras festivitii'-. A-'.\IhI i .TON. '. h. 21. -[- po'ial.l-
: i -t.-r. d tW t; I c. 'I. Mrs. V. B. W right and children l'Or an y r ;'i., '\, st,'r: I in
W T. aIIir ;.-.. ,!i-:,t m ill ian lf-t to-day for M obile. M r. W right ,n.,-,,1 ,ti t ,', lad a taidiiii; prolsl.;'
S: ( I. -y. Ala I- a I t- ,i !.t r t'- a 'coi .iltlied theli a far as F;oina.- ito ..,it,.'1. itih t iln the-1titliim.ut uof
:. ton. T I h l l l i -ti '. TIh in1!m! q

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VtIY. U Mo:, in., a~, ,.*~.rose-s on s,-hort uaietice. Read tier ad-
WaIll o i.-C. S. S MJILL!Ie -vi-iement ill this i-'supe.
in '-t tn:: ii-M -r' i~. -.The steamnishi p eahoti rd wh iclh
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IX. S MNI' 'i f ; M iaci U- rI .,ae arrabelle, put intm port thi! morn-1
4atan-,i I it' I-iin'?. ii r':u-11K lRfill acci.)lu~t of the st~ormy Weather'

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.T,-k.t.n'-: h 1.' tlrJ of trai? wi:l giv-
H ia. \V .1. Pr,'an rai1,nifiient rcoep.
t:on t.mntrr.iw. Mr. Lrvan wili prnb-
ably ta!:e a trip down the .'-t. John river
to tht ocean nxt Tnursday on the fa-
mwu little tiabuster the Turee Friends.
Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup is unquestiona-
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Hot Chocolate, 10c. at
W. T. Green & Co.'s, 37
South Palafox.
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Nwaldas i,\l. VOu want a ()goo
!ttin dress. The !,cst dress maker
in the world cannot satisfy Nou if
,. wear a poor corset. ()utr stock of
-tandard makes is most complete.
W\c sell i\ e waist lengths.

Vc have just opened **ur stock
o; Siimmer Ccrscts for Ladei- and
Misses, and \Vaists for Ladies, Chil-
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-eFOR THE WEEK: .s-


1 ('a- Standard Percal,-- 1-yarA wide.... .................... 1,in yard
S(1 ('a' M .tasonlville Donie ticn I -yard widi ....................-... e yard
1 CaQe Aino-ke::;.r Set r-ucke'r (tIn.'han i- i ood style-, ........... (nn- yard


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J-.z h s i d (renid ine.. 'rfttaQ. tet. in all t!in.- New Cr(-ati' :;Q.
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THE PEOPLE'S STORE,


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having a ditnculty over tme lair ques-
tion. Both were of about the same
shade of eolor. but the stronger had a
little more kink in his wool than the
smaller. The latter had been beaten or
driven awv.ay from the corner. but he
".,ot even" by remaining at a safe di,-
tnnc :ind l as eip irculated about the
other counted the '"knots" in thi- hair
of the larger boy. greatly to his dis-
coimfort andl to thle amuselimtnt of the
hlystandilrs. "Why doan yo' *shave it'."
eried thli tornientior. "'1-n yo' deaon hab
no kin ts. sho. Lo'iin e s olere's a lot
of '**eI. an I'il tdonv, .count 'vin." Anil
wlvi-in Ihe counted ni to I00 th lar.r
boy rtlte in crhavritn.
An I ndell e-red Speech.
When .I Jesse Stallin,.'s of A.12'amiia
first' -aili, to it house of representa-
tiv''.. lie saw what every m an sees
that the s senate makes itself much more
cotmforttalek than the house- and he
thought there was an opportunity for
reform. He prepared a speech on the
subject,. giving in detail the expendi-
tures in the senate and asserting that
they were very extravagant. He then
shlweed it to Speaker C'risp.
"That is a very good speech. Jease."
said Crisp. "but what are you going to
do with it?"
"Make it in congress and send it
through mny district." said Stallings.
"Ilotl't you want to remain in con-
gress'." ask,,,1 Crisp.
"Yeas. and I think this speec-h wIli
take i nihty well anionig my oiinslit-
Ult llt<."
"\\ll." responded Crisp dryly. "I
rc.-l wlhil,. y.ou are iln o )I'iiess.. aind it 'yol
ii1 .' l.4 tl:t sp ,,1h.ii I r':thI !ill ,if y. irs \',il I 1W h'll l: a \1p over
,Ihlr':- in tllp' s. ,llalit iii .!t'intIly "
.A ll thil. spvorh. w\ is 111vr. Iil, '.
A.\u i: t I \ l )t .
"Aft r d)octorl.r faiiedI to c't111, Ill
oif pllit)"i.t 1oiia I adtl ()IOn M ilinute
C('' ih 'uir-, andi thtrete lottlt- 1 -1 it
turedt ie. It is ;ils i tl e Ihe-t r, uiitlv
oln eiartI for w ooplitf"i t" c iL t-I.. I, t
cu ii iiiy ra'iii(id hii'drtin of lt Ie
w r'-t cal.-s, write-' Jn. Im ,rry. I o-
ant;ot,l P.I. It i- thi on, ly lih 111 -1
1t ill t-dy that giv's ililini'diatt. re-
suilts. Ct(iir-s c, igi colds, croup
and th .at aiid Itilii; trotubli .. It
pre-veit-i voli-tiiilptilli. ('iiildrl n al-
wvys .like it. 1 oth. r- J iini Lrs -. it.
ti r :i- '~ inar acy. Jin Sl ;i.trd
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t' Sell Cheap. and thereby increase
OUR MOIJO: the business:." (



Price and Quality.

1You must consider them, both. The mere ciheapne.s of
things does not make them devirabhle. unlesss
the quality is right, cheap goods ma!y/ prove
most expensive in. the end. )'et the fact that
quality is right does not .ustify exce.sire prices.



Our Bargain Sales
Brin;g di'penidable im rc'vindii'e within your roach at pri'r. ;! : i* it ,t!'r
tiats :and ;place t' woul puircha.-e i.onei i t:t iinft-rior .li, -. l .'.t'- tt...
.strtoag point of thl W weekly t1 iin Ev.i,t-tlie f 'rc. t :.it ,- lroa .:l:t
-,tl'h r';nliW nl ;I d I ll, I'l'.+,.-'t litlH r pIl"'., ii!l'It 'e ill 'Fln-.l<- i iZ ., b1i:;..

..__This Week's Offerings (::-
W ill lie .particnl:iry brilliantit-- r, ir -. eiiihrat iit, :1 \ *.- ,f t! **
-0o t t f ,,( .- ",, n#ed :!t prV1, ;t. :t, 0 ;'r '-.t rt,:i;-hini ,. ., : : \ i t i-
hant ki it -;1-- -'**-iT to w ri r;. t. wmr ly. y :i :., ::i, n,% Y i
y, i l'Jl b, d(J light,.d to .parti' i>p "tt i:n th .in,"d. t i;-:,- ,,n .- .

4r-'Dress Goods Bargains !. :c-:-
CSI?,'-SO:.; WIL. (CLIP AND ('LII' ,F'OM M i i ll t Dre- ( ,o Storf to-tliorrow :ia nl till-; little, ;1i i. ,l! 'Ifn lP it :-f
'I I RI:E SPECIAi, J .OTS wi!l hle the e cause of it. 1 :t.,y are-

n N1rav 'MixeI iO.11E 1I 9 Cm:J off r j
Lot No 1: "y l i'" 19c
t N ,1* worthl 2i5;and :;, ya.ird, yoiir- for to-dly......

L ot N o 2: ,(' I-m -I-'rHir I(.1MK-I'I -. A i-! .^ w4 i ,
Lot l o. 2 *r thloromiglly shrunik ai -npi,, l.: i iiy-inotlh-
iti' like it tvr offered for I..t- than -,, ', yar,l. t.,-,l.; :t t' ; 3 9 c
c ia l p ric e o f............... ............ .......... .... ... ... ..


Three Large Stores Lot No. 3:- Dr- *Xstid4kr)I; it, irtyIN Pir It a r., d
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: II 1 l It I0.t I I tN I I .. I I .il' l
liis o1f \Vailunt Het-rmoiii m Suite-, ever
-Lov.n in P'-ns-,tacola. Pro-tty, nr'ativy-
tf iio-l 11'.iu li o, ,ak .t-drfo ii SIlite- ;tt
All prict--. I:ittati andl ('obl) r hS oat
R'cki -. hil iand little. cheap :and
1-igt. Look tat th.In.
(). M. PRYOh'S
l:ir,,,in l'Furni-iliing i .-Hou-e.

WHII.I- TIlE M'N SHINES4
Patchl your roof. Juniper, ('ypr.--
:tand Pinte H'Lin les at theI H. It. Pitt
Mill Co.'- 1rf-lw

Elegant bed room sets, or
cheap ones, whicherer you
want, at flarston 6 Finch 's.

Hot Chocolate, lOc. at
W. T. Green & Co.'s, 37
South Palafox.


LllLIi'4.4114 V 111- P iVlt o tl" p l%
Winter Underwear for Men, Women and Children.
'File *i k o g rawill,., to) a c si.' ~rirt- ~'.l~wilii ioclaiaaorinw (.)r
-tIW u01R -, 1 o' 11 P-1 _-) a tll thle htilanv#e- tof o r !aeavY- runt. rwe,:tr at jirive-
clit to half 1110 W.hV~a* a ,-pI'iad ch-iaalco-t-P stqwck up a1i -:tvt- big


-~zBedding Bargainszz0%
'N 'I Ill- incllu(l( i in thi,4 .itTo-riiii?-.andi you etivan-;avo- in'io ev )ni any tart iclo
in our 4t4)ol,-. We al-,, n 1-in i~ r ttttirt.Iieui~-top vitti -ince t~ith. irtioprio-
tonr h:4, dvvcilt(,d to i vi thE-.li-i te,-- i- per-'IaIal attoelitji-11, ;iaz ..4l 11- 4 i ittil
i-in bow Pricei-andud Qiiclk t~aIv.


Ra sics- -Carnations.,
Iam selling,! te rto+iet (if th,- P.P~emonl and lHighland'l i'rk a; rdienq(if
Nfouatuorerv, and ion twutOi%c ~hoir?' nivtice can farri;!iany :aw iu it ,'it .1 't oweis
unt i -_, n %rris at M 1
Carnation-, 75c per dozen. Deircrt t1
American BeauwtieS S3.50 to S-1 "0 !-' dozen.
All Other Roses $1.50 to $1.73 per dozen. to you.
l:~l~ I.--:".MISS VIOLETTE MORENO.
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V, 1) u t 4 i ii t11 If i tlf.itl ih Ill III*


T hit latnaal SaIk Chas. H. Turner,


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t't,. ,i.:,, .t. !- ti.. ,:.;. i'. i .nn ti- .I s' o' <'" F inch '. stock'.
tion b." th,. itti:,'n.r,,i, prn.-...i- o' T/heir prices' are lo-"r: heir
d (i- 'ati-fa- ti ,in w it! tNi. .xi-\lt-i!t f: '
SditinfI. : i- :a . and -**tall for int. lligent a rnt c'ar-fi:,a Iill/sell Yo// /at/ o wIant#
c',nal id ,r:t ilon. In -oine' 'a-,--, :.,,
lilt)- plrai4.ticable a td -:1ti-factir 0 1 Ion 0 / tim e.
1 metuthod of accompli-hiii;e th di--ir-,I
rf-tilt .,eouhi, bl- dvij-,d t'hin f.,r tt.,. Furniture at all Prices.
family cat.-re, to vi-it tt-- '.-t, i-n.! ^ ,
r, ',.~i ar,- -a-llin^L dlinii ,r0:n tablv-
nl-nt of i--r-. r C. I (t i lza le-z &
So nl, -xmilliil their lar- -tck t it rni ni ric-i: tal-o -tve-. bed-
p e tap :n chirlie', f.tncy zro- P a.;,r --. inIat.ti-ngs. k-itc4he-r. -af#-q,and
co-ri.-s, of ll hilun -atid r,-jl'-ll-ni h ti..- itr, h .ti aea t.-'t- t withlr'-.,ad b,arda-,
fainily lardtr with a compl- -un c --t- f,,r ltir. :rti dJr aw-rq for
rp, at #it': It ut,1n-il d arind tahblewa r,-e.
ply of niovelti.- of every ds-criptio):. (' a xan th, at 1

Handsome pictures, brie- 'rr- r:ia titr- Hu.
Y a-brac, etc., in endless ar- FOR BEAUTIFUL RUGO
rami at rock bottom prices at ar;l Draperie- of all kinid-.
AMarston 8f Finch's. ;.i well :-, -everyvtinrir iin ;:lh
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S THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1900.


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ICauses of


ILos3 "of Hairg
n:. 1 Ktbe eminent French .t:a. prC t
I .~* C; It' ..* tC! o'r
2,.' 2: t i 1 eofcula o
r,-- o da -
*3! VL I I-

p~ Stf LAND SISTEIFSP
-- 'n,--;: r' "'e; ant
43 ~r A .r wi:.t-.- V actin!
t,. !C.t )s 7ns


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u nate cotal ni #1 (t,,ip 1:t, :; -. -I
Us sitting t1A.',-otIs th r i(x :..::isi
of Senat x( :r c.irk s: W C L'Pl-l i bTM
Cam-pbeil. firm, l-u H ulry nok- t. :
the znejzci-iA i.u iof cxt.0u-e 4 s2a.t i--I
yeaterdi~ty htfMe otni tor. 1Ii ft.ia-, ol
had preplar(d ibaim 8:AU8cMeUE f10111 1il-1
Woltz of htsbee bk. lbbhad na..t univ
destroyed hi, t.ieceliabut altio this (I zc'k-
stubs, bL. nwas; confiuent tbit itue Lav
mag made was corn-oct. 11-3 h~d da-
Sta'oyed tha checirm in thisi-ti wauc-. ai
he was in ioha !i~abut )f do~wng ali .1''.ev
mz months, mud not be!&a~t 23 feat
Cteet. was any obspecial reatuon1(;r get-
ting rid of tugix at thas tmua.
In reply so que--.rons,.'Mr. C:-rk rso: I
so far as h-4kut-w ih" mc.-omnittec nc::ng
ma "~ behalf an mant catnpal-zxi had no.
Sled a aus atanl:ii ut;(it Oxpoo hisitwen- mn
required aIy athe..ilt.iwiai i fa 'e.'!I u i.s
He had uoaa'-. Ile t" h-n wit (cf(i-i.-'
of the lcaza0. wa' iNni re to trio-ri. %-ntov
mvippIhad Iby haimilater was for tnai
cur-reel awlIiL ',a*-.Vti...:.:
fs.t'e.
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!VOU fr if.a.
I ~ IP s *Alo2, -. Iwi-. I v -."r"i i!:1 iCPr-.
-%~si'railun &ii.-if In- ,'vn Pa*' ,t
W liat 1 o r o. I,,,! i *o- 1,) ': 3

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,Y-fer Lurso' 01- 1-1 eO ti n r-ozart1
A1 -tie re;# r-0.tr bt--. uei'J! I A,-1's.j.

u a.a ii :rno k..ni1(:ij aa-'e anti tlu-v
=0 """taiP .'2I 'rof ree'eoTht-r.
J~'~~' ~i.J.nrathat IIA1117 0
win?.is:: om. ul:m *i ~n~I -n*a- fiur the
".- .4 4 (if .n:.2-P A) l lit
%tl-e in~n :ic 1,-t.01 to 9 w niz -at
lh l Ltei lnz-a It 4. A t1i1,1 i1 D-) itiquiry
=nd dii inwOi:a-. f- tIn I inw 7iii))nm.'l
')r- thne t;r-1jot (% it.. k -m mt of aaain!-
: ..In ,In 'e o l-i- to 5i (i. 1..;Uhi' -.
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CAR IAH:3 NTO WALL.
ilot orzu a I'la Pnooon"I -o [It awtoo l I).

AT:.it*. FI.-,) While r~unnnn
: n ~ o a r S I-0 ".e last n 1;: ii
e.ar \'.%I") .. ttAt '.s.I.tus !'P..'r :,IlI


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t.its -1- aavI --u U' .~..


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HLWANCWANE HILL BATTLE.
8barp Ytgbnim: B.-aIs'cwria flnds of
the I ii~tI.-e4
DiN.Natal. Fu ) Threwasn
continurnus ftzhriug YeA~tr : -':rom mte
Iriti-ii pos~tioas cn t-ea ii ..- aid iIoz.
zar I h:. Ti ,1 r7,t3 a ,2. -1 a row


three 4 7.IA-nguas azi.I tue Atu tJt11'rU


&-,3lD'l 1).z hi 1. *tcr -oniihi f u l' Ii:"
~tann*' 112 ..12-i rinq ": ,ntp kLjra'o
antiis i n cja. ~te Lt--,to Gr-uu~ei'lr'
T1ne frt.-ig wa; 'r:'irvact~ve
fromo Huzz.ir i.: i ori tae b~rcn,: er iu-
tri ncau:.ai ts, at te t acu~'d of
r-r-:1 g--Z, a-'Witl lan.I 4 Thd
firing :;a o(i)n:iuue i at '. oc' -~ yes-
tor21-even in g Dart't.;e .
L1.iv R,11! I,) I -: a~ Oil an r P.- iFrdd
I: ii 7:.twe uat'e cup.urodi

LOu)i (,r, .I ~. lC ii : tit ..') unt:
Shrit f -W'il !.o .A EI-*ral 1Eu I tr c,.
c :..:.t 0-n !.!13i: gunners.
i -~..-. i r. v f r. t'ne Ren
:r *: .-. e:i 11 a::iwwaue
;nltz:2tI, .. wkc 2Ui(Ati.u rive r.


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AT.A NT %, A't)..2 J-L Ma 3. Un.

C,~ -:Lran atidi Am- xA,:ii',!d, has ibci

patlY. L'pri-cfli --a Iahiq pe' :tio 'i n!, e
Irirtli t....t n!'*was-m iv nr.ovel i..v thiii (;0-o
fenuatat C'Illau Vata ad cn Ma-'-1--) of has-
y-ear wa4 i%%itruvti':0i to ioriiig a -in down
on the elevator in We wurk.nnop. lit
asserts that thle lift wans oi" fl" order
and fell 40 '-e*, with i~iin. lHo allege.;
that when tte elevator struck the b~ot.
nom the gmn waq thrown violently
itgainst him, bruising and otherwise in-






o -i-tt!i-.rz~.. tElrot-a tOnt.Blood
t. Il- e [I)L.(a:,in d.-e ordmtnarv' tr.-:at-
a'. n iNq-t;:-!k %curtNd by It.It. It.
!,aiI-n 'i l t~f r 41' t!e naz.o-. iiaide
I!. O ~ .l' it) cn-r- nill torrnlioo ie -ti-
t2i~4 ~ I'0'(Lt I1400(1 iand Skini
fti (l 1,--; 1, yo v~ur blonoi t h:1.? 'Art-
V41i an.j~ l, 1.' i ll doaf ( lt IIt~t-V I) U
E7'"ni-p'v i., lh 2tI't an.. dli


Irncit.' S'-:Wt'iaI 2 a111 .


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S I I I"n"ti 1 13 A. p.. r W'- Ax Vi dr -I-1-.4.
aal'i mt .tI! 1 1 t::, A u a l:,utilad~y


;3 r. V ,I VL r-' T',t.. i s: I.- i to LOx
:N k P'~i ~..'2 o 11o er~nme
(.02 tn(1.1 a u'0 ~.t 1it t~v~:fltZ %0 locbe.
doors. ua~i i t'.:auz s8ectrl
Ten Aiu,- inri o n.r11-a cu.b wil appear
-eforo ihir-c : u t a s it trnoju to
stiswitrtot~ ia. o(. tdL r.:t,-riy coil-

FATAL SHOO 13 AFFRAY.
ling N~ .. oc *i-aNtre-ot

MEri:. ~? l v ;:~i-n nvas
'*,t i':ca::-: fatnt v %. I vw ot'l eI anli
seven o(HI er4r- i'r~.- ,ei ~t.fius.y @Snot
in a *ree-f-r a.; t.Iic L:, rtftrv, wu"Ch
ore'urre-li-u wu iniu.: it:m an Arkan-
S:L .'.reZ4 .'.. *0 I ltg-% Junt'-tion.
Tt~o(ea o'i t~a wnw.a'. Lit vy brown.




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Pep.*p qml


Young Girls

How easy it is for young
rlsto go into the "decline."
They eat less and less, become
paler and paler and can
hardy drag through the day.
They are on the steady down-
ward course. Iron does them
no good; strychnine and bit-
ters all fail. hey need a food
that will nourish them better,
and a medicine that will cor-
rect their disease.


Scott's Emulsion
is both of these, elegantly and per.
manently'corrbintd. The Cod-Liver
Oil makes the blood richer, and
this gives better color to the face.
The hypophosphites of lime and
soda act as a strong tonic to the
nerves. Soon the weight increases,
the digestion improves and health
returns.
At .11druz.i-t-.; X. anld i -
SCf IT LOWN L., Cicnii.st, Nc.* V. rk.


,A'L0 ,AD ,'XREr. O CRGANiZ.Z

i.;.'.. | r,'-T Yv,: ;r n r..
L'T.-: .. n, 2) 0 -*"LoyaIty" ii
: 1:, ito;u; ".oy..'yv to i.ur families, our
p.:oyers and our ctaatry."
.uich is the announced pila:fzrm of
:h tisaymn' Pu.tical union which
was orga:iz 4i yea'erday. There were
U4 men present at the meetlug. repre-
cu ting all branches of railroad work,
except the switchmen, and their lack of
representation is acxp.aned by the tact
that there was some mi-understanding
ams to the time of meetiug.
The only officers elected were A. L
Vaughan. one of the oldest engineers in
the a rvice of the Iron Mountain, presi-
dent, and J. Barkman. secretary. The
election of other officers and the ap-
pointment of the committees was de-
lerred until the next meeting, which is
called for next Sunday afternoon.

Florida Citru fCrop.
MIAMI, Fia.. Fob. 29.-The prospect
for a heavy crop of citrus and tropical
fruits was never better than now.
Many of the orange, grapefruit. lime
and ienion tiees are white with bioonis.
1he mtanigo. alihgitor pears and other
tropical. irutt tLrev are puttin'on an mui-
nuenu*e bio.ti. Tne v,:-etable crop is
tne larg'sr anid lbe;t that has ever been
7;rown n this) section.

Ieri ni s (C11.nTTAN0 'IiA. Feb. 20 -Julia Mor-
rion, the retired actress, has gone to
Columbus., ) to accept an offer to de-
livor her lieture in thin cities and towns
ot O n)i;o. irt r t'ff r d to it-c'ure in thns
s-c('riion w ,-eni l erh;:< i iioar hIo Iqeh re
C. ntal:n.ng; uaiy 'j aid at :iniisioiis.


luqqYo11r IV fe On c of/lM Os(
7ianlsomne parlor .%itif('
ri.,Jjq,1wfoton -Finch.
W;.,,, rep: ; r vo't:r watoif-a v,,! '
j.*wt-r%-in flr~t-cda-4.a sty.vl.J. I.


Tho'r- will h'- ::ri r m-ne-#tinr ( f
t't.* Pen4-ic. !in %1.idwoj l wt., ii,
tV'" Roar'i )! 1f.-l' h -lf-rn at
o 'e::k ;p. in Tairowy, I' bl)*27.
if vit*3d t-)att~1
D). MClf LLAV. NT. D.,
Proe'sdi-sut
E. F. JIu('E. 'I. D..

J. 1. Ht(.php~:a. !haa ia :ar.-P umgort-
mo4 n't of i*'.a id St'-ail itri g Silv er ia rd
Ttanver*, Rail v.*.. Fiwrk, 'a td sp-lori


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Place For Pensacola

Buyers to Buy


Choice Family


DAILY MARKET REPORTS.


COTTON.


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Cream T~altn p'i-rdfl t the r~oitri~q, sprenI.-i
m- ite an a ( ir !..t- itt i-in,. 'L ryin4 -1..iw

LL.Y DII(JILERI~.S.; Warren I-:revt. NwYo-k.


~ I 'rTIJ:t th'- captain, ow nor-
nor con~igneem of the find-
aimutik- Tre.~ nto ill 1rJ ertripon-
Ml lible for debts contracted by
tbA crew of a isd vessel.
Bui '', I iu 1wo(Ivt '&i Ca 1;t it:fn.

N "F:1''llhl-.ttt-em cptain,owii~r!5
tor -4r*'n igi-e. of the Hima-
11i .. ii il po'k w~jilbe rz.'poai-
n*'i'i 'or Contracted by
the crew of tftld vfs'l


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?FoE.1FSSIONAL CARD.

DR. Wm. C. DicwBmRR.
OFITI O-Hannzah Bros.' Drug Store.
TIESIDENOB-4OO E. Jackson Stree





Haocatlbic Physician and Damr
Inat~cte 4r N-lIA. FrIa..
I l.7,rq tits pro'.-so.-tdiaI s6rv~eos 4to tho cati-
1 -'I El, P k ''t&41i4.OI t
K- p--ial attr.' o- tion gv~ntn*o thi- r''a' Iwnt
o: t arw iv- ,..-~qand Jj~f% .
V p*oi--n and't!- (1' '~br
ri 1'rac, i tfl!.n'I h S Ia.
I~our-- t. m. to LI-,ina., .' ). *p. Im.
fill i Id i P nit-. o If~o.


Dr. Wilmie r S. //a//,

DIENTAL SURGEA"ON,
k~~Tc.,ple. Phons 234.


GROCERIES GEL iM iNE
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Store


E$IZ & GO.,e

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i~ca1 E]-state fAgents,

PI-;%'.t~.TAI IIJk

',0o i~~t ~ .-~~'~' PJ.ATE

I A-t. ~ ..


LFIIIS )EAH& Wholes')('ale' Italors, A' )a-ivut';Ii


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W. C. NORMAN, Proprietor.


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


WI!5KE mWhIiqD R CORBIAL,


--zzBEERS, ETC.,--/::-


IN W003 AND CLASS, LARSE OR SMALL QUANTITIES.


SOE AGENTS FOR


ItRof)I(HI1.1. SOUR. IA-If
ID A]I BY NIA 11) VH I -k'I%-
A'rIEAN1'.- ) HJ f-J.WNe aTj.%~-


SOMETHING NEW


-EVERY DAY--


HALL & KLEIN'S



Mammoth Retail Grocery,

502-504 SOUTH PALAFOX ST-,
I'oloplono 3800.

Ir' t'atrol'.- Ne-w and (lld, ar- cordialily Invitd to > V,-t .an.d In-; *
th!i.ir I III er-e S ,tock.


Telephone No. 147.


Cold Weather
Coming. .. ,,, in ,
orders and let nw till itu li o.t,,,
cold %I nap arrive-o V. ,* will '.-n.,| yol, t
>le-.t coi ali you arni r ro -iirI; ft;r **it 'sPr hbakain,
ir h-it ing jui otI ni t tl lt' i.t'O tl* pri"*-.

Tl;ompsor, OlseQ 0 0io..
DIealer, in

Coal and Wood,
S **lei and Yiard: M. I:.I _ort r /.,rr;ai .,...
S an il I iar lr, ai l tr. -t..


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McMillan Bros. Co.


Coppersmiths,

General Metal Workers

Sl Manufa;tarers of m nl headquarters f tr the


Celebrated McMillan Seamless Turoentine Still.


Cakpieta Outfits always ou hand, and repairing dcii i a t coiutr.


I MOBILE, ALA. I



*JOH N PL.RDY,D-

Foundry d IaMchine Shops,
CE N-i, iAI. 1 V 1IA \F. ', JE. HF ,.-ONV_ \ 1P'IN. S, i I.F.;~.


Telephone 343.


TerismacOln. Fla.


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ENTRY INTO KW'MRL'--Y.
Braesie~d Garris~uvs V;,t- A lrna..t Frea-

3.::';Rli rnI. N: Y. eb "41 -Al-
tLu i.n tami ri-A ; :of (ijneral
krciaca' t1s .t ttr~iar:ie Iby a
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gar-. 00 -iM, I1:':'r:v~-r f-a'lrg

:S. i- aeuer-A. i:ei.JILIc.12utflhi'7to
jza ui r..1n aw, i r-i-~ and
t.'.:..~ :.- :.eage k3. APicr tuzo
a U t' 0-,' r._; qn '
iiL:regttrnt Ut ."re v ut.,
L.:e:.'vthat tit: ue aiUSIT awAited
V:. .r ~~ a h22 u L-'; A f-w n urs .&ter
clouch. at ti--, neAd uf a c-i.
%~'Atin e:1 a trlU111an'eutrr intit ) ;2t
Ia-,-, -Lie pet urz-;rnitg the troops
aa. Int~rn g.:g wththem. ciieering
w.d.y. ...igtiae sc~iers' hands,
-xv C. ti:!s, h.-ts ard iiand~kerciiie's
and azi..~i a hundred ways b-
ltfliVothtoivr joy.
Ti:e tiniiaLiants had been on short
rat!, 11 f --r some ilrne, eatiiig horse
ftLani i Xving ,inburrows uunitr heaps
o' muuc. re!;,-e. TiLe ration, were served
., ii ii.3i ~c~in the .market
A !1"47.- un -r :!t, fi..icti i re of tue.ie n
-'U EA *V. t i QtfUna LV Ui' Ire w Lie u

L."t ~t'ge (ic Cc': IHnodes
t.- It!' V~t~il %Vitu %tink and
L-1 e'. .l ai v t-aring 1;.r. v:@-
1, 1: tt! ow'unrl.iand ttle
A*'.sV 'A 1.1 i:'liz ts %%ity across the
f K imber v, twas
iT' -. .:t i ttC igrtsee 1I thu
'- h1 r4:Uur nIl (,I t.-.


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ut~tfaV.Lleuentile
J i ig 11. 0 ay mi,"Iin
nij-'.e: I a gull. 11:-4t.'ntc,
ii'A at 1M.ai:tr-r ut,:unt in.


.,li.!r'tl lFor VFre.. Siver.
"'? :K. Ala., Feb. '20 -Tae report
ri lrnainguiuanm an reference to the
,t .'erna', r.ai situation and contest in
A,:oatiia do.-o Hon. W. J. Samford,. IeL
:*alutty'd eloquent oiratitr. an injustice in etatina
th-t he a<,i posed the free coinage ot sil-
v-r at I'; t, 1. L'tCowiel Samford has al-
wave l teen a bimetailist and at no time
nor un:ier any circcistantces Las he
cvt-r o<'p.)se.i the free c',rn:,iag.: f silver
at a rat:o (,f i1 to 1. lI i vally sup-
rorted hrvyn fnr president and has al-
Wars suppn-rted the regular nominees of
t!e tl)-mni'ra.Tc party in tveri-y electia
an.-i' n i .. t n L ii'i p iw r i,.r tile e ,--
*-' < ,t h.4 p;ar'y wit: a st.t w irt t;deli:t
t'aat will be itwaridei.
I I It- 1 *t" Ila.r.i'
<'}i \ia > 4, \ \ A ,o ta.
fr tI: \vi:: i' -'ter, i -t n i sa s li.lat
:: :r t li .0 ?'nO p t'.;'l.il nIl) l
r-rE:: a I l.1,' .: ;i ni. ',-t ,ld ex (iov-
*rnt r M A.-. h.it *.-n ,. to tha <'at-n.
.... ur -. r T ;.,' -!;x: ,-h-nent f a
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\\ ;: r:n i r.-venuv c .i fr vj

t .a'A i) :x Ii -r .n:' tie.t is a <-'ir-
p !-Ai i .A' i i- r i#-.al r ('canit ot 'oV er
t -'o a 1i -*i'- .ar: .d mon bhv ay
p ur- n I: :1 iu.-' un i thar it.- haid
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Secret of Beauty
is- health. The secret of health is
tile power to (li11(st and a-ssim-
i!hite- a I~()p- qualnity of food.
;.i;c.'irneniver Lc (]()n(- -whe-n


Doyou know this?
Liver 1Pill., are an abso
luteC cure for sR kI,-hcadachc. dy;--


atlI f, t ~ridlivcr, pvt.
o n I ~ ,I iliouu fcv-cr, bilious--
-i-;~- and kindred diseases.

Tutt's Liver Pills

PO0PU L IS TS %'VNT B RY AN'.
i %A.. f N It:-.-k k it, Wlr. I -t '- ot
~ I ,, soi. 4 1 4 t aII IIk k I10-0.s

t imtiona, ct .rriwttt-t. p ;resided over
li~ ~Ma.rion Put .er, t4dsvtoiV ok
Up I ik- iques~lit io:ftuwe anid ,a e for
tfie national C,11Tou A pt4opsttiof
from t~ if-'rza..te. tasr it May 9
1 e tli. tup- a- I.e :;ite wag amended
all iT-,a .1ht a :!,; :rnent ranuppoaied
V-gornnut.y i t.,. I t*xis i(j!aiion as
"e) %auiv (I Ul Ii .tug tu tilICe Deo-
cra's
S att(-r AA- it(,' Nt-1'r.it-ka spoke at
4i11gli :11 *art): If n.tvrau :iv and id rtho
IIAlil71Z -'U ;,t:4L L~y the %wnule Comn-
r Y"',wri N, t he noir: nt'e (of blothi
AA3.. ai r..*u. ii.1 uateutikes
Kirisis (": 'v-, a 0ani Indiani.




T F"t .a. c, -John XW. Shall.
cro-% ,f Lou~isville, 1%', dropped lead
(n !V *ritn 3vrvilue. Ile cativn here ssv-
e ral A t k. a:L(.o fr bia health and wuaR
t:ulr'a wa~k ves~erday when he sou-
di-i.V ft':i to tho grounts. and expired.
lit, wag related to Rev Dr. NV. W. D~e-
Ha~rt (if thigh city, and was a promiadent
izeuzzcrman, at his horui'.. Tile renailnd
were prtpartud fur shiipmnent hclue.


Iv% 1 a irc411i~e-sl 4 ia t aaartst-- i. aI t arrt-Ia hat
i'ertt ( i ilM 4- IIIItia a .
A\I- nn:-n''mi 'I I I-I Irs-lI- Is -trsy lt h-
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Ia :' I r'tt'l(ele -! i -ta-tn I w !er it eIti,-I-
11 1tn i '.111.1Ii the :Init I I- lfMI a-- ..,arfa-e.
Ils' ToI I v'- ic ;1-. ift : t I if- (I la III a ,.t I Iae' -v
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For Sale.
Steami Nii 11ill/ coinmplee
and practically new, to-
-ether" with two-story build-
i .;' /by 1.-2feet with newi
,fhlranized steel roof. Filer
-. Stowell .Machinery. Ca-
pacit f twenty-jive to thirty
t/nousand feet per day.
Bardain for rifht party.
Owner gone out of manu-
f'atiuring hi(sinessi reason


BACON OPPOSES EDWARDS.
Ilatrei-tirn l (Olovrive.rry Over 31aco n
Pol*< t.i s -hrrh p Q.*-stlui.
MACION. Feb. Il 'iie friends of
Harry lFIward anii tie entire e:ty have
been suprt-ed by t,:i, l-tTer of Senaior
D.acon to Mr. E(iwar,. whic'i has been
published. in w;i;: tue e .Lr saTys
fraud' i e will ,: I ..-: ti- ri.. uatiuon
o0 Edwards. 1:, i:: i (ttc-:in ap-
pears to ie a'are,-i 1 i ;i1 .. l...,win..: t--
tract rimii nis ;':ter:
"*'t is pr'i:w^rto utft it (,:1 acc( n:lt
of an uoccurilnce .o: s',.t-t .eir .ti,, iil
u-1,h you not .n!v :Ii n '... tu I:;.'t
deeply wuuuied iJ.i i;e i.r: ttt. vyur
a;ip .inttient w ,. l.i L -> It r-ona.iv .<-
Jtrtii'La'!t, to titLu as i .stiast:er at i.ns
hoine outiee. In tiis cU iinect1sin I taue
itessit3on to) a, as a st.nat(ir, I feel :t
nmy duty to oppose the contirilationi ot
aany p t-tmnaser ai tihe boime postoflice.
Ito: oavy of Jud(;j lartiett, but at the
lirine oth ie of either of tne representa-
tives from Greorgla in a ca-e where the
person nouninated to that office was per-
sonaall objectionu.ble to such represen-
Mr E iwards replies in a spirited let-
ter, two columns in ieugth, which has
been given to the tress. The contro-
versy excits more than usual interest
from the fact that Senat(r icon and
Mr. Edwards were tfr a long time per-
stua, and political friends.
SOUTH FORGING FORWARD.
I hie N.v 1 l:ilu t ratri, I .-lportid D i rii;t
i lih. 'Vi.s \W'.-. k.
C 1ITTA < \t;.\, lFeb. i'. -TuLe ilrie
importantt i)f the new industries re-
p, rtedi by The 'lradesmian during the
week eulted lFeb 17 inc tiu:i a trick
works li Tenniesse iiand% West Virgin:.",
tree cotton miil: itn Aliaiania, four in
( 'iorg,.i,. one i0ac2 i in oStuin Caroina.
1'linte.sp- anlI Texas; cotton seed i.
It! 11 II -'North anti -tu:ii Caro.n.a; aill
eetc:ri c i g t! t,'.a;tL itn Ark:tu- a ; ili'nr-
iln iillIi S in ti u ti U .taro.i::.1 ani Texa-,
a turnittiure ft.ct.ry Ili tout ii arolina;
gasworfs in 'I er:nsissm-; a hardware
colilinaly In V irgi al; a Li.st f-t(rv in
l tI -ne-".'; ati ice ac;orvy in A ai>.tnia;
irII ore r ii'es ili Aittaf iii.i; iroinwirkL
in Georgia; ki:ttir'i iiin..s in ,-r'icrt
a:ii \ir;.lui..; lita w.r li,i.- in Ark in-
sni* tr.1.trdl, ,uisiari!a, rt-nuie-'-et aii(l
V:;4giuia: a uiiriral and iilb-'r con-
pai)r111 Ill 'it nU"-'; all tI i lltl Lani .a 'oiu -
p. iny Ilt l \'e-: V.r.;ira ti; a pa.,pr min 'l l
Alainalla:; it:usi;nate iIr inesl 1I len es-
s-e; a -a.i, >i) r and land anitory in
A.auaniman; Teell ors in \ est Virginia;
a telephone and tektgrapa cn.:aip.iny in
Virginia; a toul ucomiaiany and fireworks
in West Virginia; a $5.'0,UOU woodwori-
Ing ilant in Texas.


Beatiul Woman and a
Handsome Horse appeal to every

Souterners Headt.
p, f rt
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S1',loan's Lint!t t~ a;, ,imet
TIIt L .I .," & I t 1r r
Rhcumirllm, Cramp and Colic.I

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sawme dism" eiwithc'at 8rlyin(-'Qn-
vc.cn (-SOLDBY ALL DRUGGISTS


FOiL STEAM JTVtSTION

ILAMKWAY COMPANY.
Tr&.&-, ls-voe V.-ntai-oia for ti- !!?I
Hnyv.(.. % im, t'. ;iatet. %k airr~nK, j:, -N hvY
I ard hatid 1-ort katrrarcax rat
m.~i a. ait. rri ittK, irt i ar.r -- tci.. -4 r1
a-*.Ip tir, i.%-- i t rT '1. st; r ,t i-- .4 I "I
..'t ta. a tllRI ra-'I ,rr-%,ika- 7:.,!-. A'
11. m attnv,-at o1-t .: istr.ar, c.. i a,,
Trau,!s iv.k-'Fur, Tur.2.Afr '1
coin a
P .. .u~. a v.W t `4dA .

.:,o, p. in arri.- Iatt 7 A4~5
1). iii. % -.- sIt, 1" t t~ tC a .i

mUNDAY t'iih.
j.a~Pon~sec-4 Lv Fort I'-rranoss
9aM. 1(A. M.
ii a. m P. M.
a1P. m.Pw. M
5 P.m 'p.m.
01P. M. P. M.
V~AR r r-,' ;u.FK DAl'i.
!'-:tacoa I I a -arrs a-and retu:'rn .
Peua .toia Lu t'at to k;a.L and rot.-un c
FARE Volt VY DAY
.4einean? a to -.)t itarrancas Navy
asrtt1enr
vonsfla-'va iv alinetto 1Bead 2and
~. 15C
No fr*e!g:t vt-d after B:i5 p. m.


WILD WITH ECZEMA
One of Pittsburg's Most Estimable Business
Men Certifies to the Wonderful
Efficacy of Cuticura.
I wa- a sufflt rer fr ,* i_'r v ir-r fr,,ni n tut mn-t ili-.tr-'-izi; ,.f ill dit-.l a
Eczema. I triedsomt of tht. I ,e-t h it,-ei iI- :i ci t 'luntr,. l ui ihl,'\ ii..l in.-
litt'e m i.l.. t. lh,. .:p.mi. of a y1 h:,t,, i, r, (, --

t a!,i-(, r\ \ rit: -t f <'lo .I ,1,, r. I;1,: thn won I
.,l J ,pl. I l t~ la !. onI'th -';r.t 1%t. 1 Ahich
w4uII a uIrn a i,, l ti,. :lud itcm: e nt. fh, r, i- no,
la II.1,,r it. I l i r.* in-id,. of th. ra. l p t .1 a ,f
.,11 i n th y l i -, i ;i. l" i t -,it.h n, qn' ik,
Liv% w-.. vbil, all'iar. nld :i -.I. ;,-i Ia '.'eI t':ati,
w:rtn. thi. ?l r in rrii ; dl itthhit watabttl -gin.
Nighlit afttvr dii1hit I w tt d l eIwi,.'dl n t ia l
scr:otch :.w,! alhn,-t ;., %% ;,1 I I t : ,4.x ,.4
.I 1' t l I t it irn!t. :1 i. T I Ti, I ,1
i ai l tNT. I.nid t v th Iithor.Osuh trial
\ -arol after a f, :i ,li,.,i,,t:- I ot 't heh, r.-
i lit4-" .i1i1 il miiiniat ni i o di-i. wl .ir N f,,:, I hjil|
u;ed one heox there wa-.ll lit :i -in if vc iera,: left. I i Il h lli;. : a ert
that $2.00 w, rth of I'. TIC .a i t: I c r 1 d in **.
J. POIrE. 12 l |th t.. .I' t-!, rP.


CUTICURATHE SET $1.25
Complete External and Internal Treatment for Every Mumor,





It f, I ti> CON M LEX I4iONS1 t I'; .l .- t -k il "fi.--- .l . -,m ni
t. l r It:. .i t ;.>. I n.I *t i t.T i I I. 1-' D .ro i ', i ..i -
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Delmonico fotel and Restaurant

s ALL OmDERS SERVED ON SHORT NOTICE
AT ANY TIME AT REASONABLE PRICES.

11 .^ -1 CRooMs for Rent by the Day. Ua +,k or Month. : F n/
rV- 31, 312 North 'arragona Streit, Cpp3sit i, Jio Depot, ..
0 -Teiephone 68. -0
r t -- ;.*.GEO. WILSON & CO.,-,*:
v -. -Don't Forget to Stop With the Fat Man. .
U HAT ANY TIME AT RD EAHSONABLE P RICE .
FRESH VtG{ !.],S E{OiVi0D IARY. !MltOLl81 AID RETAIl.


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Pensacola, Florida.


-.'.HILL\ I .


A- ''It-tir


First National Bank

OF PENSACOLA. FLA.


WM. H. K:(. VLOLES W. A. I;A)LNT. C-. C. KIIM', ,. 1. lf 'i t. .JR
D. G. RENT,


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L Vo cdraiw oenr ,wi- -!: tX mf F-.aiio st3u u :atl f .reland
Gcrm-.tciv.-, r,.vc '. A1 :- .-ly, Holsh:t 1,;-; a it.. !ir i~-'.,Nor
W".Y. ?vw'e-ir ... iiiir~ak i. 'I:rr P.u r ~.-A -i:'
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~S~r~yDepositt lsoxes fcn- Rent In Co-'.3metion
V7114h Wit! C .'I WO blh. 2 Thtlf W8Arl rl.-ent 1-:)T the 0UI
of R.Onforu.


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M. A~2.ERY,


M N! V~' AD JOB;R0

B4"Mx It-GANrdw ar

Irok Na!:.I~- >2eR '- ~I zi ad ~~~l)sa~ij ~

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JOHN McDAv-D. |)'[\J( LION iEER!

REAL ESTATE AND BROKERACE.
I ITY Pui il f V I.' I .\ I .'TI l
\NID PI I ,, I 1-61 -
FPOI .-A .! .


Loans Pliced at Reasonable Rates.
S-' ,- F,.t- I;f -- r iuTn'a t ;rf-s .


H. A. WATER,

Butcher and Green Grocer.
I 9 PHONE I 72


-Imuportere and Ilealers :n-

Chinese and Japanese


I 'rodedu(ae Da i IY.


*--Fancy Goods,-*F Shop, Rear c Johnson & Son's Store,


I.NTE NDEC< I.-TREET.


:.'.r ... lyv all Phy-iis-j .-- .- t,-
"uivy F,*-'r abl-olute-ly free fr tr'ii :i'il-


Geo. Pfeiffer, Agent,

PEN. .A( 'OLA.

Try It. O1 Tap at all SaluoI.

RAITES.


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8 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 21,1900.


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THlE-:MOV)ItF s '~W-%Y
('VIll'imen.I it'Ssiof tic te' owe~l'inif4srin-
CI.d.tco d,,pti ;leaail~y awlIetei'tsh
what w:i- fi it lltri v dwpchin' Il
('Fti1- st iI ntvi. 'rat]id dusag re#sa lly io~

lirtek tip et f!'. seada~chle'it. and(1 --

-"the sclit Iliquid ILexat;'.e
.'V5)Cdy, -ytrimp ac hif iva.c.N.eh

'. 'chltuTmja f -g !"P1rfip eel.

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A PowderMillwE5 TcIoillo




Removise~" every'th1ing in s-ighi::
d~iedrsat ac iiti eral ilI I-but tst et h
iiNronjizht N.eIatt.-.roui'. IDistit dv ha-
b1itp l- the deltcate" iiuchinerv of out5'hr
tbe'dv woit')r-di..mie]. 'rottou ce(IIIdr

Life I'lli -. whi huh are gent he- :t- ti
e'uMmler here z- do t hto woik pt r-
tioi.()n. ~ ':-.at W. A. I)Ale-ni.


THOS4.C W.%'i4)1&A('ONPANV.
Item aIFsate. Icisitrance and Itenial
Agens.'. Nos. I Month I'slai-ex strvv'."
reno-avuila. I 'icrida-h11%tieblins:0 eer
Keflt-'SUIIILIN c to (tanste.



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N 'c50.501 oo' ad mentci't '..'.


-c ,riv.!*r "A~"ra.:f.Z 'i an --I 5.' lit
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Oiheeprompt Hali-


SUICIDE AT SPRINGFIELD.
Kesteikla Cute His Threat In
Hotel Room.
SPmUiOFELD, Mo, Feb. 20.-J. IM
Davidem was found dead in his room
mua hotel in thin city, having slashed
his throat in a terrible manner with a
rasor, severing the jugular vein. He
made care!ul preparations for the deed.
having placed a bowl for the blood.
Davidson arrived here on the night of
Feb. 17 from Memphis and registered
at the hotel as from Glasgow, Ky. He
appeared somewhat nervous and retired
to has room at once. The next morning
one of the gue-ts. iearn:ng he was from
Kentucky. a-ted D.vDuisocn what 1e
thought about the assassination of Gov-
ernor G(oebel. He replied that he did
not know anything atout it. and alter
that avoided ta.kwg with anybody
about i.
It was n-,'rPi by soerral guests that
Davidson Bavltised ta.k.ng on the Ken-
tacky equation. but they also noticed
he wa. gre-Atly .nterestedi in a tue
newspi ltr accounts of tih, Goebel sIh oR-
ing an t.i deAth lic got up every
morning at 6 (,clock and secured the
morning paper and always read the
Kentuckr news. alter wincii he wuu.d
put the pap-r as de andJ ( uld leave the
Hotel shortly after breakfast As soon
as the eveni c pap-rs arrived at ihe he.
wie he wtu'. anxiously lead thi Keni-
utcky news a a nothing else.
Sunday n:icht he retired as usrdl. out
wAs late lu coming down. with caused
the clerk to go to the door and knock.
Receiving no response, he loid:ed over
the transom and saw a ghastly slIIht
Davitson was stretched on the toir
with his head in the wasa bowl and
deep gashes in his neck. lie was cear.y
dreaed aund hi.d Li scol.ar on. Hii hand
grasped a razor, arocud the handle of
which he had wrappe'i a haudkerchief.
The body was still warm Davidson
left no starem-at nor anything to show
hs iadentity.

Kidney di-oase i- the -en.my we
have ino.t to fear as a result qof the
ff-verilti re-tl essne-S of our much
vaunt-d modern civilization. It it
a tre'achliroue ,-ieI-mlly. workisig out
its deadiv'-tffet under cover of heip
most trifling symptomni. The first
indicA.tion, f changes of the urine.
frequent headaches, directive trou-.
ble,, should be the signal for protnt-t
remedial measures. PRI'KLY AsiH
BITTKit. i-, a kidney rtinedy of su-
perlative merit; it is soothing,-heal-
ing and strengtheninri. quickly ro-
lieves the aching or s-oreness that
always apriar, in the advanced
-tages. checks *he progress of the
di-ease anti through its exceplltnt
cleanesin; and regulating etff*ct on
the stoiimch. liv-r and bowels. it
ring, back th*- -trength and ruddy
glow of viaworou- health. Sold by
Hanithai Bro.-.

Mit.,ni.1 h <" l oC 1 1 Mill.
RA.r :';u. Febe. 2u.-t >ne of the iarae't.
cotton rn :~. i:s the cs.u' has been mcor-
porated in the t:f.-e of toe secreLtry i>!
saate. The name of toe corpuirst:oi it
toe Ior:i's' 1. t .1 .!. to I located near (ia-
tonias Ti'H capital V's .'k is $1.000.0)o0.
'This mil. wil have tlie largest capacity
of any ti:I. 1n the state, and very few
rqial it in th- s,,utl Tufe object of
ine corprnil'ion i th the manufacture and
sale of war p'. arn:i andt cloth from cot-
ton fabrtcs. the sale of merchandise and
tne carrying on of -uch businesses shall
be In keeping, or necessary with tte ob.
.ect of the c'.mpAny.


Hr N i.'a nfir. 3142. Wo sIc.to -W .2a.) A N1 errit E
%if 5 ON iERt.
Ir rseh'. K o KiIv. fts iiia*;''r

ACmII -L% es c-t XBei'.I2.s Bi.s ii.tt tcI -t'eI o

Atl t e-tie' 5. Alisno. Ilto ma~ts'
k;r S.j i rits, 11.4' ils-u.. 'ltl fser ilfausial
CF. CLEARMI) AND' MAILED liFOR PEN-~


CaJtr mtlissi. fitr. P CN, 11 u ilto-, r.i tlit. RnIan
F'. r(;sr ii:t. itr. 1.xt. lBainbtitiis.e Iaiiitui -
I to-,' 5. 1.1. Br #.; t ittiBrr'. Ian
144a~i' s. fir.'. i-. Stot'.. Cser'laITl.Al .Is


,~~tiai,.,Itr, 1:;III.%: id: ts, St MichIats
SF 1 1 it Ur 4. ("R I (It I 'I T. .!i
1 s it wit town. sr. 111:1."i t I.~ it ri% ld I -
1 'e-feri.5 r.'~,t~i.te~se:.at \, wl,-as-

Za ,i zA ) 1 r 5% i t P--.
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Ii.sp et II, .r lo Ind I A Iult,.1 Ri e 7

linc. let Ac,*iulA. It %'d Wics-irdticasI Ietn 4
A eZM ii, Notr. 12 7. %sId A'et"'e-p ibec iIt
Braieruhot I i. I I, :*11. "ii cart Iiact-ii.i. .1Jau _'
Oa~llIIfll. to l it I 11111 .1 an I
I m cIt'C;zin i. It. i%4l 'lpo Toewn J an
I Iharwotar, MSwodi.e. e. rudif tll .Jan I;.
E-tbroufee. &r..ilstl. "Id St ideeii'.. e-Octd !4
Etiar Ta~m.Iork,,js'ire'r, Nor.1cl, tat Aiitserp
I Itc 14
Ichil.7t.r. 'Nor. -A fltIri~ted Jan #1
l'3i905.It. &ti, O*'ci~i -ples Siqpt 12. ashotc'
Nov nearer Port Iotiat.
uitteor. Nor. bi.1I Preston [wee 11
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MIarcolla. it. '14 Hambeurg. Nov :i
Norway Nor. bidd tere'en-lck Ist, 1
Noru. SNcr, #liltiI ttdmiti.1latit2
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of voclt*.AI ic -I'tithill! itilxter ('-mii
*ervzitoori'. et.- pe ally .ifs .1 rc'-a fe'w'
pt~pi! wh1o sare rict abi'w to ro-o
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POLITICAL AIIOICEIEINT.

For Sheriff.
I hereby announe* myself as a candidate
for hbe-riff of E cambia County. and re-
sr,petfully ask the support of my friends
anid voters of the county. If *-lect#'d I will
ui.s'harge the dutl-(i of said office etleiently,
fairly and impartially.
W.H. HUITCH'I-.IoN.


MAIIITIMK
Ci.LAU3D.
Sir soi "tel Ia. P4~ artridlCol. hv Gu I ITran-
sit Co. for Havnirsis,.wiIII _'4111 -j hales co
ton.:! i"'round bales Ccetato. s!ba e atlisr s.
t',l Woo gr.'aae, 4'CI bus corn, .$5 tolfli pho,-
pitate rtuck. 2a1*1I t 08k lumtpo: ,7,s2;.---ft
iurtpe't. value-d at 5;N.txo:S
lubs &Austra~lia. 91?!. F:jnce'r. 1.'.' HisM
Roioin-eui. Ifsor Mali is tac.~i 4 ~f
liiitwbr. valued at 07,fopl
Isr 's-Tot no.nqddiL ):II i,:al co !,,r t I f.v 9,.
I'oV bi~td cattle'. !,,,,ii,'qd his ;,0!I ..mil Cosve~
head Lor'-%. 15 hbsod naul-'s. 4i2 Ihis '111.
ca&#s% zi. I tc .klrit al'.iia "t. i

V ItIu ed lI t S,.;..;.s

AT 0sitARANTINE.
"or I)' F ii....a.'-71*~s'.s. I'Lind-.to or-
It St'.iteivriV1. 11. Bozzos. Itoo I'o-ti. -oV*i
It hk 'Ir-iitpr, liiT., toua iriu1id, kilt'c.iaa.Is,
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,. E8MKLB IN PORT
ST3AMSH [PS.
Hr ICwriloc'k. Is.i. iFlet!cher. Hantuii tsti.t
lit Cat i i it'.lam. ~i-4. Ande'rson. sI,) Baur-.
Kr I'eai It I. .! Mat'ken/ :,-, ttesW.1,
ir t-,04li. '. Pitt it dics.. cd fi-r Hia's'
Atu-I I rmnot. 4.. o U:~I'ltsi~'
: \pa ',I %Inaj., -.Luzairu~d, to cijuif
li afi-it C,'
It.Avon.Pol. '5. t~lki[it. K 15-f-co-) Fin-,
Ru- Ha u.dt ii.'7, Paiotre'r-' tip Ib
Hu". ('esia'ibus. 17-,!. I-*i~rvniiani. tso W.'1,

.%or Pat itirtifbti;i., r al~t rm-i. too H 11
It \ liw0(5v1LIi i~tarl. totoo ~tsBrie'

Fr Arni.t'' linca-v. -"i,'ti-,r-en. to Ilanr-.
It ~uoti tcralia. t'j!2.I'iander. to orst.'r
It Ag~'istl noo 'Iorrizatli", I '. Irrl/ario
[ninidaioulto) rde
It s4vvvn~tiretc'. 772 ltrat izien s iifor Li-bsen
It ft'cr-a ae'tt'. jl tto. (Batir!-, 1Iltiu-
wodyit 4 4;e
Nor IDovr'. 71".. I Larsen. to W 1, Witttsh
& I to
.Nor Fri h .'dt'l.5-.. Mu rlhvo, to ior 1.-r
Nor itIcut.,N101tkell, to) W IS ke3 er
co
N or It 1ght1.e't i. Anul-sr-on. tsoI 1, ECii
Ru'. Helmti,0. 41,Ake'riund. itoo Vo-w.acola
1,t itre r Co
Nor Lady Gladys. 1217,', Jacobolvi. to PJen-
otaeola, Lumber CO
Nor Longlfellow,70. -I.vend!sen to W 15
K'eyser oft(Co
Nor NMargaretbe. lli'!, Larsen. to W 8
Ke'yser a Co
Nor Ophella. 1127. Pitdemsen. to Pensacola
Lbr 4 o
Rua Patil. 7t%). I,,ndstrovi,. to order
Nor Hobiert meraftouis1d Jenmen, to
Not- Mutinerlidee.~.)-.Eiilgson,cld for Bue-
nons A yrem
It Tontilo-ttaoYT Uaggeero.I(1,42, Tonnietta.
to tirde't
,Nor VIgo. LINK. Marcussen toW S Keybe'r
A co
Ant V,-doIan iit,7-MI, cker, to K E. S8uti-
ders &Co
Br Alt's' Hadnilaw.s.2i.1.Ii Riunotid, to
Itix~N kicioln'.eust


Vceir Cle'rk eel' I"e Cirettit C-Aurt.
1 li'-ir.tsv arno'.irlce'my,,ctff ail, It, vidiate
tsir ~ j& i'..i''i~ .CIe'rK of the cirt-ut: court
it ~te.ii Itac.'ouaty at th..s cnbumis g elcuon
-&idblk Lilt- support tof thee voter%
A. M. CI..s.
l-Cr(ire'uit ('be' k.
I its'ts'-. Ii' ai u nYria'iwey for ii leri f'!'it.
Cit,-tilt ('Urt iiof-ttitti o s')ihtv'."lt'
I'.- tl's'Ni.fC~tIOMcf ith'' et-ulis( ID'.11ic4''rettic
pri~aua~t H 1K L.I AN tI VLI
V-r ( uett'IICi (Irk.
I~~~~~C ts-e'i 'iii cIio\ Ilf ;I cn'rsttdat-- fi)r
hie' 'slls I viet er'k osf t!.. circuit tce'urt (,f
Fl'e-atlIniIA com~ftitv tjtisI tIIlb"lie fiie'a'.'Ihe
liftvt- the -upIlmiit o(f inv frite'id. an-iIi ri,

Freer Tax~ Ciib:' e'oar.
I h ete'hvan neune"e- mv-ei f us a eand tidate.
for i et'-'Iict loll a- ''lix Coiectc, eif.''nlr)-
IiAA 'cIl 51v. midte!as.k t t-e. support of it.),
Irit'nds amidvote'rs gnerlv
A. If. Il'ALKvcmlIFATF.


*'',,r Tax C(oellecltir.
7 tihmany friend- of .lude V. B. Hronifay
having ohiaallied hisq cil-'nt hfrthy anu-
nrnit)le btin as a canidlidat- for Tax "o lectorr
srf se'CNit)i&a county at theelsuIing lPdcli In
M1AN Y \ 11 tKIr P
F'or Tax AssePsior.
Th-e c'iindidlacy of WVIltian \V. Iichaltrls 1i
hs-i l#y tn itun- ed fes- ie'-. Isction as t4 x us- .
""-, tr' for E-'cnlitit ('oiiv. shllij-Ct to the
i.)tlia of thIt' e l'ilo crattlf prn1tl'nr ".
For County Treasurer.
I hereby announce ivetielf as a candidate
for retilonlinatlon as treasurer of Ecarnhtia
county., subject to a deci|tlcn at the ensuing
de'mocratle primary election. and respect-
fully solicit Ihe support of thu voters of the
oountv, pledging myself for the future thei
'ame faithful performance of duty that I
batyv endsavoreel to fulfill during mv pa.t
tenure of the offilce. J.W. FrATaR.
For Justice of i he Peace.
I hereby announce my candidacy for re'-
election to the offlcc' of Justice of the Peace
for the Becond Iistrict. subject to the ac-
tion of thb' nominating piimaries.
Ilo0 KIN .J(NEN.


Fair Jopilti('i of the Peace.
At the suggestion of numeronq friends. I
hiershby announce my canediaacy for Justico
i ti PPe#acs4-f thes city district. subluict, to
the act iouof the loinlinatinor primaripa.
J AMP H.LA,%* v *M.

Fo'er Sulch I Ssaperintenlent
1~ t hs' otpr,4 ifEstI'carniia fotintv:
I heru'ell n nou fit'.' mvat- Ifa 's nriaida@ esto~
Mipelp-In.-ndi en~t 4)te f 'ubte Ins f~tructicon t(.Z
E, -ctiitihiacotint V anl(I lsk Ithe t.ijppirttof m)
fiu ai. td. iund vtIetes xgsienorauly.
C'. J. BELL.


Cohen, Friedman & Co's EL.,oCE.


0 a 0 1CIKET STORE.000


4-rGREAT 1 ID-WINTER-z@-




CLEARIN AND STOCK-IAKI St


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 DRESS (OODS, SILKS ANDI) ATINS.


Big Bargains!
IN TAI LE LINENS. TOWELS, NAPKINS. ETC.


Big Bargains!


IN LADIES' MISSES'. C'APES AND JACKETS, AND IN LADIES
TAILOR-MADE DRESSES.


Big Bargains!
IN LADIES' SILK AND BRI LLIANTINE SK. ITTS AND LADIES'
FLANNEL AND SILK WAISTS.


Big Bargains!
IN OUR ENTIRE WELL SELECTED MAMMOTH SHO1K DEPART-
MENT; EVERY PAIR GUARANTEED.


IN MEN'S,


Big BarBgains!
BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S C)LOTHIIIN(G: ALSO ME:NS
SHIRTS AND WINTE R UNDERWEAR.


Big Bargains!
IN OUR MILLINERY DEPARTMENT.
Hailors and Walking Hats, worth $1.0) and $1.(_). uing at this Bl C(lar-
ing Sale at 5. ipi. c.


Big Bargains!
IN CARPETS, MATTIN(S. WINDOW SHADE.\I .ACE ('I'RTAINS.
W e have received direct from .1 tptii a io: c.: ir--ild of .11attin ;
Hand-ome Carpet D)-igtns. T'I; low p:1%c ilIl -i4lpri-e yoii.

COME AND REE THE GREAT SELECTION.


l'--r nup, rinte'ndent of Public In- AWRemetnb#er otur Tradu IDi-count. 5 ,, off (if a0l Ca-h 1 r'h1i

I' I95'c.''sof E'.entinls ("esunty : I YOU'RS ANXIOGUS TO) PLEASE;,,
to -?Is.-Ittis i~t n timuve ms- IIf itcindidmto- tfor r'-
' 1,-(,t itoi to bis. t)-l-'.'es f Oe-stfly stitpeitiilte't-
dti I on f (1 p11 luit, e jri true'tt nsti nd '..'tii ll
pli-,( ~ hv-th lplotof my frionlq lFR EDAN4IO4
cratitc prmimtr..' tve's:!ion. N. I.. ('Cmik. fMalOrd'-r-; Prv~mptI3' Attended To""

Your Credit is Good A1T irmnI
Foir any~t hinhg in our horm!;e. WVe hav e i W. B. WRIGH1T CO P N
a la.rL'e -oatins'nit (of (~Comlie. Bed w~irII
Lm n'tl -t's i rse tB-t.A ad 1tit ip.. I' 5 w' I Bs
Iron 1,#,d'-.;'I oi i;tat $t li if e ro %.ISIV 1F11 1
0. M. PiO'
Rt,-iuFuniur low.i r 7LoUMBER. LATHS.


.Vothing so setsoff a home
as handsome furniture.
. Marston 4- Finch have an
immense stock/ for you to se-
let/ from, and thet, will sell
it to you on lonf" time and!
easy payments.


I ~SAWED (CYPRES3 SllINGLEP i LTic u~
I-FNSACOLA. F!,%.




911TELNIIB' WAIT COLUMN!T


-F. E. BRAWNER'S*-


STOCK-TAKING


SALE


CONTINUES TmiROUGHOUT THE WEEK!


Dyese Goods are all tiis Seasor's Buyir~ ard will be droloaded at ard


Below fTaoufaeturers' prices


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Uniform Title: Daily news (Pensacola, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
Creation Date: February 21, 1900
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DAfLY


VOL. 30.


NEWS


PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, FEBRUARY 21, 1900.


NO. 16.


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


ANNVPIL STATE7rNENT


OF


SOCIETY


=OR TH F YE7TR ENDING DE:CE BE R 31, 1899.


SS~TS


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I ,ik.il ,ti d i u: pareh; - t iiader f ,-
,l'.- : T- I a I '. t .l ..i i....... ....
I 'taland ,c:..du '-. f iro t, ( a n t i'....l .... ....





o -.:a l ($44,121r i6). -.... ...........
I Prn- i-ne'du. and i llrocend :,tid f ..i e-
S ;i ,. k,.t vtlu. I)* W. l .'.' S ; I -




ti ', on ..............................
d -tat rtsid th- ........at .....f Nw...
Sork. includitr puIrchave' under f,', <-
in..ar1 and tic bui'dlings....... ...
{',th li1 Baniks attd Tru-t (_'tnlmani,- at
i n t e r o t t . . . .- . . . . . . . .. . . .
)talances due fr iuteret and R|nt. duH <$10lN.774.'22, and
accruld .($4 4,I21 6o)...................
Prremiuml dun and in proce-. of cilec-
n io n . . . . . . . . -. . . . . . . ..- .
Deferred Prtnttums ............ ........


INCOME.


I.- .2 ;1







-. ). 00
2.6;71 .110.I


IH, 1.5.2 67


-C


Total Assets ................. $280, IQI,286.8


\We' hereby certify that. after a personal examina-
-11 Of ttie securities and accounts described in the-
,rgo,,ing statenmcnt for the year lI'. we find the
,ne to bf true and correct as stated. The stocks. and
i,e. in the- above ?itatemnIts are valued at the mar-
dnce December e 'W. is2 ut
Francis W. Jark e-n. Auiti.r.
Al'red W. -Maine. "',t- d Audit, r.


LIABILITIES.


'ane h-Fundl or ILF..-rv tonm all f
ta-pol ide-utby t~c.t -v~a Itat a on
Ia ntutua ti'.zm by N. V IY ao.ai Det -
.":'awnat $2119225.2;57-. So-*- auperira





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.I. earom pot I ) t.: w Rv .T' ,' P!,' t' I ("I' -, 'I'aaa 1 1pJoait-',. .It -,!3)U
Y- A ..t4 ..afte." (it (ILUC, 110 -41 :14a )1i It t o- 1 ild 1,h 3i.. :;ejit.741.
I ie's tlf' he'airsis uiarri kcct 4 k'' --, ""In i i *'-t'*" of Il4OL41 L
**rF~uren.' on w.a Ila r '-'im tit',i,-
A 'itt j4'rLat'ch~el.a (ofipr,,, I Av I I. l'110' A- L11.1 'I to ( i ie


-le r. rII..r V X


T'r-'n:i:rn ,.. ..ii ....................... $ 42.:9 .-i !4 5!
C ai-li i r* e.':vii o r ii t,'re -t and frisin
**t;ai r -' ,irc* ................ ............ l. i .1 l..s'; ,1

Inconic .................... $. .3,87",2CO S()

DISBURSEMENTS.


iLA MYiITH'S II KLEF


NOW ASSURED


Buller in Sight of the Beleag-
ured City.


B 1eit o nce-Heliographt Messa'ge
sa i. t*' Now Only a Qu -stion of a
Few !onrs-No News i'r;n. iol-

I.o.w],>x. Feb 21.-A noon dispatch
from D)utban says the forces of Gen.
Lull r have been crosiln,- the Tugela
river all night long aind tiat !ih now
has l.tIPJ men on the north bank of
the river.
Hart's entire brigade hass cr-issed
over.
The enzineer-s tire making deter-


Ant'ILEMACRUM HAS PROOF
And ]l .nuiemtmaIt .A april O1 a the I)afe
'r Ihe P# imnaries.
CAnd!Jites forSe-unty offlee mt SUSTAINING CHARGE
at :he offi of ,Judge T. R. Mc"nl-


lagh IA-Tt utghit and orgaaaiLted by
calling Judge McCullairl to the.
enair and choosing NW.WV. Rca
a-4 secretary and(Itrk-asmtar: th
carididate-a r -o nt 1wi-rt- as fo!T~w.
Van~b~,V".'. i I ItcI: i W. lV. H
K i Ilbe f'.
For C'ircutit (A.-rk-A ..i%. MveMjT-I
Ian. joh 'd '1 Ii Ru.. R. E. L. t):1.ii'1.


D,-athli('laii ............................ 13 b71 4-..85 mined efforts to repair the railroad For T'x Coll-ct. .r-A. Ii. D)'Alenn-
Matur-ed and Di)coint'ed Endowiiitnts 1.466'.)2 bert F il. Bonif:iv.
Matured ID.ferredI D)vidend Pl2eic,3-... ,2.83 315.00 bridge so that trains can run. F'. )lSdr tde I
Annuities ............................... i'46.5 58 A pontoon bridge has been con- Cook, C. J. Bell.
Suarrenaer Va!ui........................... 2.265.382 42 structed at the foot of Hlangwana For Tax Assessor- W. W. Rich-
I)vidends paid to) Policyholders........ ; t0.to& 6- and the heavy artillery is being taken ards.
over o ;t it. For County Judge-T. R.:;McCul-
Paid Policyholders.......... 24,107,541 44 The Boers are not offering any latrh.
Conmmiissions. advertising,~ postage and serious resistance, only occasionally For Treaurer-J. W. Frater.
xhai ........................ ,412843.8 firing from Grobler's kloof. For Justiei of the Peace-Boykin
All other payn-t;' Taxes. ,alari.Gen. Buller i4 endeavoring to Jnes JamesR. Landrum.
edic:l examinatios, general ex- mount the big guns on Hlangwana, For Constable-C. P. Bobe.
lpete-, A& .............................. ,02).0 69 which can be used to defend the On motion of C.J. Bell a commit-
Hinking Fund. Reduction of Book val- ridges north of the Tugelaand along tee of five was appointed to draw up
lues of Bonds purchased at a premium 342,t(4 00) the railway as far as Nelthrope with resolution recommending that the
good effect. executive committee fix Tuesday,
D8 It is believed that Gen. Buller April 10, as the date for holding the
DisbursementsI..............$ 34,882,925-99 will continue the forward movement primaries, this same committee to
without reat. The Boers are still re- make an estimate of the cost of hold-
ASSURANCE. tirinz, leaving only a rear guard ing the primary and apportioning
which ii ntmerely a patrol. the cost pro rata among the various
Instaim.:n':- :l'tlil-s Stated at their Conimmtl:J Values. candidates. 'ihe chair appointed F.
Outstanding assurance 0 6New Ff00 w rom Iadymth. I. B inifay, J. W. Frater. W. H.
jutsianuing assurance_$1,054,416.422 on A helio raph mes,;age from Lady- Hutchinsou, W. A. D'Alemberte
smith t) Clenso yesterday says the and A. M. McMillana :s such com-
SAssurance Applied for Boers have removed Lon ir Ton from niteo. They retired and prepared
in I.c(.................... 237,356,6 CO.c Bulwarno hill; that tiller's naval the resolution alnd it wa,, u:mani-
Exanincid a n d Dc C- guns art. now reaching tCie ller poi- trou.ly adopted.
tion atnd that they expect to be ie- On motion of A. HI. D'Alemberte a
dined ......................S 34.054 778.00 lieved within two da. s. committee of ten was appointed to
A lat-r heliog;raplh I in s;age from make a li-t of inspectors and clerks
w A rn c -Ladvsm -iti says BtlIle-r has cap- of election fl.r the various precincts,
NewV AssuranLce Issue 2o03 01.02.00 turned Bloys hill, which is plainly to be pre-aeited to the executive
visible from the city, and thl;it tlia. conitmmittee with the recomininda-
w t,,.ti C~'.Itppi'tad byth Hoatr, ao firectorsof Wis pu.1t e .rybody inl good -pIri. tion that tlhe;y b)' ppoint-d. the
auid v'-rifv all iti a(T.>tir fori the year t..,: ih:* .. c-rtifv that we It is believed that Buller will ii-'xt chair to be one of s-id committee.
ba\e. tli pe r-'en. tcareful;y xamiiiedtii tie :tt'u,.ts. Maid counted occupy A.vogel Krantz on the noinrth The .chair appointed Messrs. de la
nl xf etxl'.l;l"1d 1i detil I' '" A-.'.. ot it St'i '' y. n:iltlu d i h-reby b' ,k of the Tugela, colnmui iding Rima, VanPelt. Kilbee, Hell, Joines,
c. rtitv tt.l tha ftt'he2 i.; i &st lrt .--nt i lert.,t it L. ueO al Ca. c rr.,- .L Pa
a'.,t tted.i ti,-* railw.iy at Nelthorpe. half w,y ('ook, Daniell, McMillan and Booui-
p;. ii, linot 4 .1lt. .1. 1. I ;'l'hain, /Special Ct'o mittep to )Ladv-nuith and a lo that lith v.wi' fa.V.
a... a tunoi. t pi*:,,' .d. ,f th l- b;!ard or perhaps reach the suna'niit of l1ui- The lqustionl of the state law gov-
warno .hill. .':ning primaries was discussed aid
It is believed that tho rf-lief of Li- conuinittes of three- Me'Frs.
ar ;;,- a n 'oi tl' l', i ; ... '>n 'i'a a' It 4ii i >it.i- c, rr,- dly-Il ;t ti is now only a L qu oti >t ;o a )'Al-nImberte. H utchinsonz alid Fra-
-ou l- ':: - -tat-A sup, an:t..i,..'..rt ; *,*.fw. f,wv llo)irp. t-r-was appointed ttj invei.tigato
.1d I .. ,.-11;11 I tha n: V '. ., o..* l..,.l d i I li.. Ill, i1. e N,- :,I rtA port ,at the next ips-tinls.
Iat,.li'e- ;i:!t v a: othe t r 11,. :a--uirance'.i i n;il. 1n ? I n .t* u ; eel et N . 1'1.i he i -tiltsg thltil itIjoulirned uni til
It w.t-s announced .it the o W in, #'ir *;::,~ o'cltck T'1ur.-da.y ev.-'nltig.
' ,l :., *l >;, " t :. : l :,:.:,r t r" 't..... .l ::.. -. .,c- to w nil ," l!icil Ille 'ti tngi that tlhel qult- i
ha**I*::d t .-ws that th- r. ll f of L:udyi- IL ,_ular b.'wi .l mnvcemir lint. lo
-iii h lha; be; n co, suI m l tS'1dl t,- c 'lyv. Ia .', \A-- tnUt A-ctu .:.. Lat. r a notice to) this iftr't wa; ASt li i rl';:;.-, ii a reliabl,- y-stemn
p( stf d at tl;e \Vinror i;towni !all. r.-gulator ; curt-.. permanently. Fold
...... ............ Thei-; report is al.o curi'rent lon the by Hannah I'rias.
1.i~'' 4 X I '~s.i.I C( '.N-1- ~ ,.i.II tii 'r


'renA '. -t ,i' !M n 'Re.,' -aInto".'u1\.' PI' p '~ -"wi- Af -m" o, :, I, tv- Iu r -w!t .i' It.-;.ureati'e- 1-W Off))tj' Mtatte' C, fNeI-Wv )l'a:-1..
.'onterni -" v6 t 11 1 fr- rst.- e-aqe' ..t 'e] u l' f pr.'eee' eiiii '''a P' )l 'l.- -1Atiu''1 Ihaarp' 'vti.'itti. th T A'Y "WeIt'
.4 :t.'I ,''aa Wit* -t' "-arh 4)'' 't ke- I at -'A N 1, ... '.,e 'tua a te I tv 4a,-,ei,'. i-e, t)toec'vai'.-,l CPiv
t ait t!;i'- ,pe'r'e:.; ..a~d t''w:'en" 3 VV:per c-":a..u' I4 a~ ,e w' I rereniwna t:'-. itatiAI flull Lhe- .'I'ei.-t.) ho ie*' 'Ji'i


DIRECTORS.


WTaao.~. AI'-xamdci-

i.A. Weltk
it rev u's 114rtlt-.y,

Iui ry 0. NIa r~l uant
1o' ) Jordan,

itmr.:a' S. Young,


Roebt. TI. Liracolu,

J-0111 Slecaci.
Wi'n. Ale'x~anadr.
Marvit11 11 vhit I,
Mi. E. 'Ir'talil,

Bray'tonm I v, !-,
A. X'aum B-rgenr.


Levi P. Morton,
August BeiAmoznt.
Thonias T. Eckert,
James 11. l)unuht m,,
Sidney D. Ripley.
John J. McCook,
John E. Searlt s,
Saimuu-Il MN. Intiun,
(i-o.. W. Carleteon,
',. Boiidinot Colt,
.1,-,1,ph T. Low,
A l sion Trask.
J. F. D)Navarro.


OFFICERS.
.lames W. Alexander.Iresd
Jamrfes 111. H VA.ie.V- -'--~:' of. GgeFE. ure ..S'1lII.-F'. .
4 I.-earge T. X'W al-eetPi. 7!'. Vi -Po'- -q!,(1 a/ilt. 'holnias ) 1 11,:.('n t '.''
Wilih anmi Ale:anher "''a"'1rma i tir,-v d Hy 1)-i. Tr7oi~as-rf '
If .~xiI McIntti'ro. A,-( i.'I nt','a" W i r J~ame-"'e 14.1. Rit' i. oriea.
Ed ward XW. [.aim brt. I-*%I).D.,Edward Cou ti, M31 1) ,.,-, ~~ ~,s


KNOW-LEAS' BRO-S., GENEIIAL AG-YEN TS,


: Pensacola, Florida.


WRITE FOR ILLUSTRATIONS.


Ii PoRT~A'%T NC IlCI-


Prepare I-or IDea;ih.


I~ .'..1.1-earaingbti-e tidf-onttilli Wt.e'-ai vw'mar' e i-~' nt'. -I '1c wi.-o- inn irf Thai,' gct'r~a~i,)n
a: icii ttIi-uatlI I tr-I!( V r'I I a1111"d wI: et fI 'r %. o t ttat), t ho w I; it ~rf--'a re fo~r aIa;-,7 ater-
-t IJ:.ift-all Avu~e. .11 mod n I eievI:t *!tt~a :ink vauw~cant to lbuy' ativ'tluina:or gv'Ia'x. 'Fi'he hea- in-itmall utr-
soit tmobue'r (ef vi'itorc% whoe wulIl 'ct. Yom nuav be w.:'i'i- we wa'y rt their tffotT ti- -e tant -iuld
1.91',1-(0:4 or he'M~t'Li [v.'-'I -aipovll wLaextr& till. i th, v b-' s:ifIdt I ''tleul*.iero-- tilt
v''-t Ira. Notify IF. F,"n--At at:,v rate, We :Liw:iN-'11tuaa' -ti'-r:v' ''. r''..an fni-Ii' -will !h--in ~ie
;1z III#,ae-ljeitai~aa'~te- a.! t 'a I F Iewacid ilItert-'iau to -La. t."f i~iiiiiii N c c.' i-.s! iae' I a.r -
Wh'.t IV. %Ol celee' wit hi- art c4- ;n 'I.aq, w that.om
t1i iA 'e pter e]'ay'% 'N
1..Jv~tt.''a11C.- 6..a'isdrl-)' ZVt a'i :1r1-E.
l a 1 11e'. 4 ( 'tI i a-J,(u t -e I CA !D 4' r t a t o o 0 ,- w tl ', ': t' n l : A1'
at.:the'ari' art4af(Id ~ -''a'AV a''ttt~t'te at V-mm' **. nude bh ttthe E~au:.a! I-. 1f A-*tir-
'"t, Oct. !I' t' i1w r. *. :5Fae "O.'i(-t",',t a' i). V 1*-.
cottad rct-1'' a i.1 Vt I coIld w .i 11"" *, i te-' :r an i lu-1 -! 1:1-1 t

.i1.t ohat zh I I k"..'u Is:it aa ir' t -aa:' t" ~ ln :h eaiv'-a eril. gt'''tI t iaI


t-I.I ]. 1-.41 .I, t, .:- ci' '''. :I' Hot Lunc-h on Mard~i (c'.


:a bit tle-. of ',utxae rl izmt~i
11:. U.. neuedve,.And tfi-' IL-'-mti.- 14 ~ ''-"tI 'r~i'
eam :e v pr' eje. atd :1;ter' -
I a- roe'tucre.d Iatheir I,- t I -at.: llAnt'' l nIc U "
1; S~. F: 1 s Pb -hert -f L
a :t-w. Wyatt. Ill. F-or -'ale t-t .:PctoM tri- e@
.Ah RBrJ:s.--I sa-a tet ~'me o~rtr~-


I. a-li-s of St. M1ich.ael's paii-h will
,.'rv,, hot iun'nc on1 Mardi (;ras dav
i-i Mr. J. N. Anrir-fv., 's tore on Pala-
hfx sre-et. Reas,,uable prices will
prevail. Parties promising dona-
tions aire requested to have the lat-
ter seut in by Saturday next. 2.f4t


1;eriin bourse and at the Lodtion
-took exch iage. T''i!e wa;r clii'',
however. says it is iunabhl to con-
firm the report, but the public be-
lieves that the queen has ;Agai:t
f, rit'allei the authorities and re'-
itVo d the news before they get it.
MacDonald Wounded.
It is r'-ported that Gen. MacI)on-
ali, ciirinmander of thu Highhland
brigade, was severely wounded in
y(e ,t. day's battle.
No News From Ilobzrts.
No news has been received to-day
relative to the movement of Cronje's
army. though it is persistently
rumored that an engagement is in

Pluiminer GelS; a Sec Ita'k.
Col. Pihunmer, who is moving to
the r,'.ief of Mafeking, surprised t.he
imoers in a night attack at Crocodile.
pool.s. where the 1Botrs are strov-gly
intreiched.
Whi'e stiug'gling through the,
b:arbed wire entauglements, the Brit-
ish alamined the Boer dogs. The
B #-wrs began firing. The British then
made a bayonet charge. but the
Ihoers expli;dpd tetir dyuwanite
mintiis and the British retired.
.wrN Attack CIlements.
A 'Iifpatch from Arundel ;ays the
11i-er-s ade a deter,'ined attack on
(I;.-I. Clemui-rt'- camp to,-day andl
harr:i- a--d the- lritish :;f *ntry with
their big gnus for severAl hour-s, but
the-y w ret finally repulsed.
There i- no better nmdicin,- for the
lihii^ than Chait b.erlain .' C(', -h
tlmnedy. Ita pile-art ta-: e an;i
; o npt :ild -tT. actual ctiure- nak-' it
:a f7,vorilt with mn,-ther-, a in snuaill
childIreu. It, quickly v'r;re tl:eir
< u'tlj a!i d c'h'ld-, I'rC've-!tii pu'ct-
i'.)i > i:t ,r ui e..\ r -- i'i-,,'I n -ti- ".,'?'\ --( .
It al-i o cu. s er iup lanul hai ill t :i4 of t ,Ic il-tn ,d-Js4 of -P- W ith-
t'it :A -ini'le f iiilire -.*, far ;.s wI have
ht enl ;b: to I.'arni. It not o ily cu't-r
eroLup. but wi.ni ilivt ac ;a- o)a,,n a ::,
T'r-upy c', lu! appeal wil! i revw it
tih, ;attack. In .- 1" of wl.:,i.(iin;
(ouz;: it liqi e-ti.-'- t!)e- t! oi*g-., lini'-.
imaaki'ng it eai-er to e-xpo-ctorat-. and
|i.w,.n, thp -everitv and fro ]ieone ,y
'f th ptro)xy-uJa of court i :, t:.ui-
.le Irivinj that disea-e c f all d| i',- r-
ou-s cnsequetc -.t. For -.a1-l I'y Ha ;-
n:iha Bro-,. 21 S. Palafox -treet.

Hot Chocolate, 10C. at
W. T. Green & Co.'s, 37
South Palafox.
'ry TzE NEWs Want ( ':L:.':.


C.ATIl)II; BAZVARi.
A I'iine Piano toI be Votrd to, Moit Pop-
Wuar lady.
Thb ladies of St. Mi. hanl's church
will give a baz'iar at the armory
Easte r week, one of the m4oit Inter-
eating fe ature- of which will be vot-
ing for the most popular young lady
in Escambia county or at WarranZ-
ton. To the successful candidate
will be given a handsome piano. at
Atool anAd sc:trf, an instruction book,
$5 worth oit 'miuic. tw-o years free
tuning o(t the lpaino if the winner
lives in Pen-acola or one year if out-
sid<. azid three months fre-o tuition
at the conservatory of muin'.
\ote0s m:ay be bought at toh cents
e.a'lh at Clutter', music hte.r, whire
the pianoi) is on exhibition.
"'Pe.-~vern and prosper.' If you
take Hoo 's Sarsapari!la faithfully
f(r scrio ula..salt rhenum, lbo s. iup-
t:( ns. dyroepsia, it will cuie you.
ATTENTION:
M,-ners% (;u'f Iodlge No 23. National
-'raternity.
Re'ulmar il--Ptint .Wtine l :sy niiglit.
Fe'b. 21It. .it S o'clock. at Knights of
P' tl:hi-i hall. Very iniportai0t busi-
I.ses t t',p r. N \\';?T I..\ N :,.
If. H ,I:K. (Oualn!al.
Aco ;P' :Z it.


No Right fa. I glimgia't.


Consular Message Which Was
Opened and Resealed.

MAILED AT CAPE TOWN

Before Cablegram W-sd IRoeived by
the State Derprtna.ut British Pa.
pers Were Sending the Consul Home
to Aemereps.
W.ASUmoroN, Feb. 20. Charles &L
Macruam, late consul at Pretcria, fur-
nishes proof of his charge that United
States official mail matter was opened
by the British censor. Mr. Macrom
has several envelopes. each bearing the
British sticker applied to the envelope
after it had been opened by the ceassr.
He haa one envelope wheb oh tailed
mail matter from Consul General Sewe
at Cape Town. It is tberegulatl8o blue
of the consular service, and bears on
its face the legend **United Staten Con-
enlar Service" and a stamp "miad s6e-
pended."
On It, reverse side is the United
States government seal Impressed upon
the red sealing wax of the consular ser-
vice. The Brttish sticker, resealiag She
letutr after it had been oDened, beoa
the potential ls **V It.." t-he Sd M
tials of the clerk who opened the letter.
and the name ot tue place where is was
opened.
This letter was mailed at Cape ToWe
Oct. 4 Ly Consul General Stowe. Is
was held there one mouth, apparently,
for the next postmark isethat o Durbano.
dated Nov. 4. From Durban it was mea
to Pretoria and reached Mr. Macram ti
its mutilated form.
The circalars to cOnsule issued by the
department, not in themselves import-
ant, but nevertheless officialal mail."
never reached Mr. Macrum. They wee
confiscated without apology or eulr
tion by imie Britih censor. As fern
Macrnui's personal mail. he nerer bea
otf it.
The lBritish aithoritieq are familiar
with the American consular cod.,. On
'N.v. r?. Mr. Macrumn *euts a cablegram
iu c)ode to the dep.*r.luent. urgently re-
questing that h3 be permitted to come
home.
Usually cai!egrams because of the
difference in t.uie betwe-n South Africa
and this country consume two days in
transmission-that is to say the cable-
gram on Nov. S wtuld normally have
been received by thin state department
by Nov. 10. l'>s before the cablegram
was received by the state department
and before it was s"nt from South Af-
rica, probably. the British papers in
Natal, hundreds of miles away, an-
nounced in impressive type that Mr.
Macrum, the American consul at Pro-
tor:a, desired to b'i permitted to go
hoane.
COLD WAVE PROVIDENTIAL.
(Gorsxi Ia':nt, inli.aoglt !ay the Peachl
Crop It* Sveld.
ATLAN.TA, Feb. 20.--If sc:entafic mdi-
cations count for anyth.:n. in which the
weather is to Dlay a part, the peach crop
of Georgpa during the coming summer
will be the largest of acy in recent years.
State Eatomoiogist Scott, who has re-
turned Ifro the southern part of state,
after a careful examination of the or-
chards at Marahalvil.e and other towns
throughout that see:iomi has given out
the statement that the Iree.zng weather
of the past week, gecerai over the stase.
is to Lbe crDsaiered a blsiiang. The ef-
fect of the freeze hbaa been to check the
unnatural advance of the fruit trees
caused uy tLe recent warm we.stiiur.
"I oan safely say." rem.srkei the
state entomo!, gist. "that as a result of
the co!d weatner the peach ?roee rannat
possib y b.-gin 1i It ur utt t.e:, re their
normnii tir 1ia t m:e *of tut t.r, hard
therm were .- iOn' of a,>r',j u'ng budl
and I ani satmfle'l tuat tae freze *itil
ft C 5 i. fl '5 b'SU '" 4


P w one-ia wlao i iv' ly in f~avoc, comb a few dar4 luttr, however, the re-
feerti 5111(1tirmpe'r will ;aiway' I 'It%--
fr iei-' IeCtPwltW'; le ull zxeight have ili.'t deimastroos Sto 3
trI('t4.I.,11i (:[," W11,0' rL''; 7 1 I-le. part of tbe cr-p. fne eftily thing now
4 ('t V-: ii it (.:a1;-rtc h.dIwf. 1j: to fear is the latie springfrv14t.'
h'i~ ((at! leltolier kidtte-', tri-iihla'.
-.-kcia~~:p~e..~~tte ~letaat are rt;Aar-.ei lrt-zzz ack'--
v.'rs-tfet pJ(-A .i-e'I"'i. Fle"!tric ]',t- bUrg .Jameq M-r-r.:au.s.'vea&;s all, the
Iea t'; a' h ee t 11r~a~d fi L.,- ne rt 1, soulof Mr. XV, t nIf. Mec-rrarof that
k~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~~~~~~~r daey-'adtepa yteb. I t~aC.wi .n: I.e nra,7k ef tb-
2'uve- -t .eIIt r'WTva -. right .,. .j n- A ofda Moving~
-uioot 1%- -i-IAt -kil.ri. i'? C c,an.lpx- freign eIr..tu IU! wi3 canoht IPy lb.
1,t 'Wil! < ge~?-1, %I:~.Iealgnml'. tur T.-j c .ai.e !1." Wuae-',35anid
chnrurm : -1..'va maaaof a r~in-daown ;13- 'rv,rr~i).7 ii 41. e. J_.M Wa4 X -ann, aSEW
vall. ( ,-'y 57,0 -: %V'. A. )A I g r ,ta onae 02% P1' -he-at reputation
biaaicrr:--. :);.-t,,g stamnri- e :iu'ftC. i.not and

L ', aI (d7-~P'le-I fl,,- ~I!*.No' neg-ro. W' o10had L-.ui uuetuhy .Itlmatd
titcl~ie. W- ',e '-tiv' *'- KOdJOl wimanWeloson's W.wl.'1129 hitusAd them
h~ys-ei-ia4>a-'.It z:,v- iuatlnpadi- ,urrendered to the p'oa'at.
Ate- rf t1-1'~. 'l'a'a .'t'i 1e41i-
un~n'''''a r-'uis -wrt' -I,. H. Far a clear ciii plealo-n, bright
W~arr# e.. A ha ny, ~It dii iretg apprkling .i.- itj,,1viwnor'us dig".-
whnat Vtati Pqt antd cat net !'ajilto curp, tion, take PIRia iKLN- asiritr'rrpm.
Hatzis' Phanta~acy. J-' !:Si $ippard It phit4 the miyetem in rpClfCCt order,
and 45.K."thu. kS-oa.i by Harttiah Hlro-.


FORTIE TH


LIFE


The Equitable


AOf t U nit Sa


Of the Uniteed States,


|1 ROWDEm R



Makes the food more delicious and wholesome
INOWL ataM iPOWR CO.., tW YOOLK.


.Jia-=11. Hyde.
'1 eff-ir-eoam Coemlidge,
jaoe'ca' I-f roi'Ocaf,
Win. A. '['Iwer.
Joan .1 'iwob .A!,ter,
(aore-J. (itUILU,
A. Suzalt'aitvoioard
IEdwaa~d W. Lambrh't.

Xi. C. Vlean Homr ,


309 South Palafox St.,


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2 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1900.


BKPI)MGK"T OFr It I.
ling up 3m2 or call at the office,
11 North Palafox stre-t, when in
need ofa carpenter. B. I). Hoffman.
]Buainnm Aicent amdJoir,er"' Union. will fur'ni-h yvou
with the desired help on ,.h,,rt n'.-
tice. n'2."tf


OFFICIALS DUMB Hidden Beauty
Nil TUC ITITiU *


un l lL QiiuR iium


Rumors as to the


Various


British Movements.


GAS


RANGES


All Connected
Ready for Use
for...


$13 .00



To those new comers
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.


bIg Sit ) 6a Tri'l,


WISACO[A GAS O


No. 3 8. Palafox Street.


SOUTHERN

Boiler U/orks


JAMESll(II"
lPlt1'l14 1 OB


Steamboat and Sawmill
Work a Specialty.

0tean Bo il8 -. Taunk- atil .t i'-:i
Work ,Nfaoui, x tti d ;i nd [ -
A l l ii ,,re.
809 to E13 SniPliiFfrer.L


i'ENuaA Ut hA.


VI WI .( DAii.\


TRE HEINE AIDAOEMY OF MUSIIS
.%'4. N !r l i i ,r-.'
MISS EVELENT M. 1-ElNE. P-rp1
MISS ID; ~~u) As'Q'


ovo 1C-'4 34.aI IU
by-4t-et n ;t


-. -i,- -


Best Patent Flonr.
Our lIc.,.' li'i I I 1 ,f ,
Pat7 e n/f iv 1, r i/ I a t


the be,'xt II 'i r 7 1oU(,' v o r.)(0
the ,,uirkct.


saie by .1ew U,'rlcans (;,o-
eery Co.

PiWpte 10.5. Pro;)ri-/or.


U!Wf"AL PILLS
mirub~d *i


GOOD NEWS KEPT SECRET

Baller Is Holding lMs Vantage and
Pepperleg Away With Regularity
and Preeialon at the Boers, Who Are
Retiring.
LON-DON, Feb. 20.-Whatever good
news may have been received from the
front is being carefully guarded. In
spite of the queen's announcement to
the Fourth battalion of the Lincoln-
shire militia this morning prior to her
departure to Windsor that good news
has been received from the seat of war,
the war officials solemnly aver that
they have received no news up to 1:30
o'clock this morning.
Uuoffloally it is rumored that Gen.
eral Kitchener has brought General
Cronje to a standstill and engaged him.
It is added, the war office now is only
awaiting the result of the battle. This,
however, may be premature.
In any case. the confident hope that
General Cronje has been cut off from
Bioemfontein continues to prevail in
London, especially in view of detailed
dispatches. saying that the Free Staters,
when they saw tne extent of the Brit-
ioh forces, were in favor of surrender-
ing.
ine first train to Kimberley left Cape
Town last night and the neighborhood
of the famous siege was thoroughly
cleared of the Beers. General Bulier,
apparently. is contenting himself with
shelling the Boers front his position at
Monte -.hristo, which, in the general
opinion, is likely to form for an attempt
to relieve Ladysmith.
The Westminster (azette's military-
critic ssys he believes the Boers have
started northward in Natal and will
raise the siege of ILdysmith and rein-
force General Cronje. But this must
be regarded as rather optimistic, at any
rate until General Builer developed the
B.er's second line o: defense, which., 'n
every attempt to reacn Ladismitii,. has
proven impregnable.
A dispaten lranu Pietermaritzherg.
dated Moudar. says ail is quiet in Zulu-
land and the Boer-' niaiu bodies are re.
p ,rtvd to be retiring upon Dundee and
IIepniakaar, leaving small forces and
two pieces of artulery at each magis-
tracy.
A special dispatch from Tarkastad, a
refuge who ha.s arrived there says the
Boers are #*.(N.) strong at Stromberg.
but at Burgibistiorp they have only a
small town guard.
OLDTIME BRITISH OFFICERS.
Que.un Adviwse I lhit They Ble li-En-
llttil l For Home oDfehse.
LoNT\oN,Feb. :0. -The queen, through


her private secretary, Sir Arthur John
Bigge, has s-ent the following letter to
the commander.in-chief of the force,
Field Marshal Lord Wolseley:
"Os-iORNE. Feb. 17 -My Dear Lord
Wolse;ey-.\s so largee a proportion of
the army 7.4 in South A-rica the queen
realizes that necrssary measures must
be adopted fir home defense.
Her nmaes:'- is advised that it wouli
. i,,ia-il le to devise for a year an effi-
c:e:t fa .ce frm hi r old soldiers who
Lave a ready sorv -.i as officers or pri-
Ia'tS ah1d c! e'ihurr their devoti )u to
t::e u.::ry idn, loyalty to her throne,
th,'l ,qu,'u :-p: \ '* to them to serve her
(< c. -m re i' 'are of thbre, who for a
t.n:e, ~e:,;o ly I :d" with the people of
Ioer :j' ,nlt-. ;ire nrl,'y re jis'iug the in-
va. *- of h r:' u'h African ,css-.'us.
r : '' t :;.i fi.'d her pl"as-
u: :1 .. th,-' b Bt.-i,, n.- '.l Le desig-
h r 2..t' "

i .. i .' at u K Uoilp rl-y.
i.. I". "-:, 20 -Thu war office an.
r. un:;o-- i-.i. ::t casu:;ltiet amiong
flierss (i.r::g the rt.:ief of Kniu',erley:
Se":- Li;-uvenant A. I l'usketh. Six-
e -n'il !an;'- r-; I.: 'r.n. i. 'I ie Hlonor-
r.'. M('Cil! I-t,.Lck i;u.Itu:'y, ;.*.',, -i,.,:i. V..Ea. i--t'apta l. R (Ocr.
(,cti pn n L 'cc;ut.':ut D. F 1' .i-z,'., Nunth
. '- -; .'i: n ( I'.. ''.'cO i, K:X-
tt* :, Iitl:, t'i-; I-:t';;:teP~zii B ]L..J. 'For-
\ V, L k u, -.ioni (.ragoons.
I' I. i Ii I'l d va'e lItt'd.
v i:'n:- ;. i-b 1 --The c untry is
a'; fre, r ir iI K.-n: rev. '1"no i )ers
a. *v:( nate I lI rciirel. 1 S.'it Pan,
. v .fe...n n:', ('h(et,. N-.k One of
ri.e.;:- I. ;., ut:d-rs. wit h aimuiniition,
S.: ratl TUret'i, a- was a.t o their Laitger
at 'r<'el:et.hicu i Ws aL3.iuioped on
S,:a:.v n; 't R als aro 1 ai.: lail t,'
. *:.. r i t' r S.<,v ral er: o f (att:o
haj.v ,,* n (< ,,,.u.-i'i. (e ntc i R- out<.s i


S- air to th3
-a .r, i :av -:- ;t- :. rv.an'ed to
,.- ;, i r!,'iav of the tire:
i. ; -- a ien w- 'i c,:t.
*; ': :.t. ;: 'l.'i eritv requ:r''on,:nts,
*:. .: r t si .,PrarTi'li. :PC,'I I
i.,,.t -tU. ,.! i 'hi-"i T;i-S-"m o'r,, r l.tcrh
..t'Vr ra:iin it : .: 'tttc' il % I start



CASTOR IA
For Infauts and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Bears tme
<;gua:ure ol


;E GWO(DI TO Y(OUl'SFI,- iand
z,, 4J to y.: L ft :.i.-. \V!ie v yiu
trt at a fi ,"!)d to w% i'k.i. kiv !1:V
t,, t,-t. IHAlPE! WVi -k. it- !t
tw,-rvir zt.m for yto;r f:iends ;at1, ?- r
SOLD. 1;1
I)i\NH-is.i-F;ilt I.- .
Pensue..;' :s, F-ila.


In Egypt the custom is for Princesses
to hide their beauty by covering
the lower part of the face with a veil.
In America the beauty of many of
our women is hidden because of the
-weakness and
sickness pecu.
liar to the sex.
oIf the Egypt.
ian custom pre
failed in this
suffererswould
e glad tc
cover the ii
Streinature
wrinkles. their
sunkencheeks,
their unhealthy
comply exiton, from the eyes of the
world with the veil of the Orient.

Bradfield's

Female Regulator
brings out a woman's true beauty.
It makes her strong and well in those
organs upon which her whole general
health depends. It corrects all men-
strual disorders. It stops the drains
of Lencorrhoea. It restores the womb
to its proper place. It removes the
causes of headache, backache and
nervousness. It takes the poor, de-
bilitated, weak, haggard, fading
woman and puts her on her feet
again, making her face beautiful by
making her body well.
Druggists sell it for $I a bottle.


Alrt Needle 01i Rooms. Grist and Corn Meal Mills, 0- DALZ I0
Emblr, i dry Matt rial ,f ill k -. F. CONZR.EZ & CO., Prop s, Ship Chandlery and General Hard are,


li ding Stamp"| LinlKn 'lnt. r,.,
Sc-arf*. -otfa Cunhioti. Etc.
Battenburg and Point bace Patthrrs
A.\NID AITIS.


.M'tFXICAN ItRAWtN tVOItl
Tnie tPublic i< Invited to Call.


I Macon Invites Bryan- to Srop.
MACON. Feb. 20 -Hon. Will:amn Jen-
nings Bryan has been invited to speak
in Macon on Thursday as ne passe
through that day enroute to Colc.'. u<
Mr. ryan has many friends in i M oan
He has not been here since lsjt;, %ht..
be addressed a large audience at the
Academy of Music. It is expecre i that
he will accept the invitation and stoL
over here for several hours.
K'S storv V",iry.
KsoxvILI.-, Feb 20.-J. 0. ()i horne
of Van Wert, 0., has closed a deai with
parties in this sectionn to estabiish a
mammoth stave facrorr. l-i will alsr
butid a s:twmiii from which to secure
lumber for the f;:c:ory. Staves will be
shipped from here to all sections. The
abundance of timber of this section has
attracted this as well as many other
woodworking industries.
Knitting 3111l at Vineville.
MACOs, Feb. 20. -Mr. Floyd Schofield
will erect a large knitting mill in Vine-
ville at an early date. Mr. Schofleld hat
purchased the machinery and will oom.
mence work on the building next week.
Knit underwear will be manufactured.
The new factory will cost about $60,00C
and will give employment to many
people.
W.. Philpot. Alliany., ; i.. say-.
"DeWitt's Little E;rly R{i-er did
me more tood than any pill, I evr
took." The f:tr noui-. little ill-. firl
conatipation, biltM,u,-.s inid liver
;t (d bowel troulol s. lIar.-i"' !Phar-
n;acy, John h-li-Ip.i)'rd( anid Ktahin.


Beans theK IP K I N k eA.ap
4ngature ZL1


Send for our free illustrate. bhook for woms. ,Sibcrilb, t, TIH. N : omlv iI
The BradflelIt Regulator Co., Atlanta, Ga. cent-. Ipr we. k.


THOUGHTS FROM RUSKIN.



n ti, %*,r
The hizi .hecr :1 :i~in as Lu i:, 'it* iirtheul

t !aii i > !I:I il ev4-t-1- I--., im 1 illillth


%k rimt th-7 nc E a 1 1 hI. it 11:1, .f.-NN V. 1110Will

T! 1I1' ii it .fli.-. in m 1 *;a t-
zet Ler ;i 11 -n i -a-. lv r-1w,, i ci g
if -Tw .' alk. tib. r-,'. i ma-'I iv'hr hi't himii
,.r *IAIJ I im-ig almi:!vi 0wflm.;a a o:1 ti
--.i zit* -t wit h i.!j, I i incrf:'-, of


lo(r (lirr]Fif ty Year,.
M ItS. W IINAOW 'S %A00T~fPN(4 MVjtrp haz
btevn usetd fcr over tirr~y yestrF 0y humifiliwi of
:muihe~rs fortheiret'4nidro-n wl':Ie t-.t line:.
w 'tb pvrfet- -t access. It F(otni4-9 t l 12', &iit
-woftenmm tbuegumi. allay, all patn.cnrt~s wirE
colic. andis 19tbs best renif-dy for I 'inrr.'mn-1.
It ~wIil relitevothet poor lit tle suglor.r ;im-
m,.:ulattely. Sold by lDruw.imczlt m .t-trv
rart of the~world. Twent'-flve c-nt- iibut-
!ie. iH' murp and ask ?or -M r,.W
St&D yrup." and take no other lkind.


F-IX~IU:) I AND) GUI IUIAND) CO

'110. Fl'tr~daiand 6 i~m~i. :1
will he !#.ld tl tiE .11 n u-

F. Bh-rV
fi 11, Jiutl


Do You Want

To Be Pretty?


ATTENTION, LADIES A


Are you sunburned,
reddened by heat. florid


-is
bad?


your complexion


We've got the
thing for you:


CHOICE MI-AL ANI) PIREGROUND
STO(Ik IEA-:!).
P'atromi-i;Honi I--''-.fa)r th--p .,
iv-~r' roa-"n you ., ~ orMai r.d
14to r' -A ..1from.it:)*- Ha-il'. ~t~: A
for byv so doing you 6'-nt-'urnc, -hor n.- id'i.-
try. mor' t -i'ly m'-'t imm the )fflfa
And you Iti arliare ,..ri.r4-i:. iy~ i'd


for Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always- Bought has rNome the si n.-
ture of Chas. II. Fletcher, and ha, been made iumler his
personal supervision for over 3:0 years. Allow no oneo
to deceive you in this. Counterfeiit, IIitations andl
",Just-as-goodl" are but Experiment-, and endanger tho
health of Children-Experience against experimentt.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Bears the Signature of





In Use For Over 30 Years.
9 .... S'"U*r "";cr"u"co"?_M"UMTT0v" T."F8W "- '"V Ms "


Citizens National
OF PENSACOLA.


-I NT.
T. E. W VI:L1, 1,


Bank


JOHNI F. P'FEIF:F''ER.


R E2CwTC R:


r. E. WEiJ-;-KNVM. FlIs IIEb
4.1! E. I .,.ti i l r- & C o.


Ge .I iaf(


Business


P".
it ransacted,


~7e~~I~' Ha1a::1l1ol onFavorablde Thrrap' Em-
E ought and S'old, co"Iecti..r
IX'n~~vAttepded To.


AU~{) ITX3r~~~,


SOLICITED.


right


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


!,', ^: :l '. ,::.f,' t.


Indigestion!

We challenge 'the ,ci'ld
to pirofitce a- rened! equal
to tie .lffalilcles MJimfal
11 'ter for tfhe cure of TTi-


difestio',


Acme Beer.
T!Il I:.i-T BEFFt -'i.! r1 ,
THE NSAt 'OIA. N

Dannlieisser Bros.,
AGENTS.
A's: Sl y Per ? 1 Y;.Y, P,

The Jug Trade
Is Our Specialty.z--CI
I'! ,.> .lt-,* -y ':.' a ::- ." : ', :.


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ol PENSACOLAx

PENSACOLA


D)yspepsiata (lnt,


(I/i 10rn s of fStoach(1e, i;01v-
el Troubles (and Skin Jh\*.-
C(tses. 6Gwir'antcci'(!to c(if/C

oal,;',7 ceids a day Uto Use it'.
tle d/llar bottle 1(.81twtCOi'-
tiy dayIs.
Nor'sale by al(WIri/'14.ists:



IVso11. IT. 6WIL."iNS o.


Grec-nville. Ala.





AA


;:~zGOLABiz(


PAST
BOTTLE BEER


HEALTHFUL
AND
REFRESHING


*


TRY
A CASE


The Star Laundry,


THE PIONEER [AU Y OF lESTFLORIDA!


Carew AInId Attentionl


'l io- tim'. tw tijo-

a-i t .r*-41:A i rd nry 4tt' titis,:
iJI .a--'u~pa 1111m11-h!. lItt'-aing hitl-


ALL WORK C. 0. D.
:Lt?:PHONE 1!4. 27 E. GARDEN ST
GODA4 CJ.ALI..iD FOP. AND ELIfAVERED FREE.Q
WA LKEFR INGRAHAM, Manager.

ESTABLISHED 1863.

McWENZIE OERTING & CO.,


603 AND o001' 4PALAFOX STREET.

REVERE COPPER CO.MPANY. JOHN A. ROEBLING'8 80BS CO.'S
GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RUMHEL& BON'S PUMPH.
CG:vu, lcrdag, aints,. 0Is, liaticail Istrmouts, charts, lAbiefrs Iuiis


Banking


SOLE AGENT.
AS-o Sole ('omitrollr for len- aicol.i

SILK VELVET.
T"1io vr fictiono n of ln o,
Wvhi-kif-., di-till-,Il aid bllil 1
by S. R.% B4l-i.;.1 K. I1ouI .-
ville, {y.


Wines, Liquors, Brandies

t s, Ci vrs and TobacAO.

Jug and Keg Trade a
Specialty.

S. A. FRIEDTl AN,
1{;! '( 'Tlf l PA IAFOX S' ItI 1"-
l'. < . I;.,x 41"'. d. 'l.ll: :,,*' :7.'.


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LEADS FIFTEEN BIG CITIES.,
Atlanct's Building Permits F~or Jan-
Uiery LuEtisrow-ua.
A-:i ANTA', Feb V4. -'\o better indics-
::,,: 0. tnei~e ami,mit of Lutidang
;7I s rtn. io: ue ia is t -,,,vat pres.
.' ri .~:ia~d h~titbha ccintaiued
n i'- 4.~1. ii.;: ri'!' ri or .tlAnriry in
!,., ,. !irLVU nfk!' 4 5 o: n N'et ,ch-g.j.
T> i' A ~in *a to be a iiwadiof 15
u~t~ .~:iuu'.i,- a tne unuiber oi per-
14~~~~~t tile4 .iHit 1 Uil~ius (If the
L.:II C.'-. ii~i ~ Lhil south in
tr: I, w;er-2,eive-i from 2,21 f


I.; L ::- .*; 'f Ih e 'w rk 14 ,S1
1:*t. .L- :ii '- 0 f oterralti issuted At.
V .I-.fit III" ?'.A.0winl2cities:
P'.. o Pts.L-..Ale

~~ )'Iinv-. New U.JI'cans, In-
Li '2.; ~.:t'if 14'Wall MCu~S Atlanta
: N *w r-caus. la~araap~icis


2, ..I, of t'i3 fanioaoq bar-
h1i ery t.rm~ and ti.nnder of
I.MIi~' i~ormvi:r'.t serlkatory of
.I i~v'r-~i i V r~i~lmdied of
:iui~~~a, ait c.'Vir'41111:1hitel toda~y.


F0~'~Iill- F-h 2.-Mr I'yan
hais t- -n *ntertaiae i all morning by
un~m ti: iio t, 1,,'s ~re, Ije I lbyCon -
.-re T-llaii~ Sa'imvin. The '. oIor is 1in
Wi-r-c' L'- u sIFiorid.t trimi


W t I !(-) 1 :1 -t I Sn IVt. ewIo'''ru lt .4) R11
4,-Ill --fe it-. Iiar 'P harm~acy.
.1,1iL a ,-!,eppardlandalS. Ka hn.

NM .ti.Th Ln You Have Always FougMi


LABfI31CNOTICE.
A '4W:: ICAN l'v .1e vRATIoN.1' 1. A i.rt,
I.Af I.iu 1.K"N ek'I.11MIkA i K E1 N '1141- si
W,-, the Mortar Nfaker-- and Hoid
Ca rr ier- oif Pe'n a~mo 411. iFla.. ha.4ve
oir-:a m izo'd a Lh'tr. Protective
I tion ulnii'r art A. F. t I I.- (eIlart(T.

;ali',owti ti)w wirkWthtl' iliu~ I a-
hire-r- .on1 ittal:ftu'r tL~e dltay uif


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l.i i ;:I.. M .- ,N .
Pr, sidtlnt ;
L, S. I:I, V- --. T i ,- ir- :
II IL NI .
St.,( li .


THE ()YSTIF.1,SEASON.
Nhi. Iii -arI Irru ii07.0l~
4)n.nl i-d -Il.aRtId -A..I' I R' Ft Wni
I o~r 0'' ;'i'i-4It-ioit diiti-am, l;,1u~b-d by
I 'I #- J AI"
.id1) a t t' vaL t',* hof I -,intr hIde.
Th~it m . U.~ir~ i1h r the-oUP"
And .oI p,-' will f''r th- 1-mp wi) W
fill.'d willi Ihe an=tlndi fatt"-t.

now f4 r- '.dun'.' oir r:.w. r.'4idy t-
L'C: titeinli v tilE. hitp. du'ztt'ri. Itili-
I,"cal (:11' ~d. ()willutOthe*.1,-Ia-oh of
hui-inIes; thie-;-eivliI'4ef r.'siaIhr tieal-
wA*ill lie d u-cultHiz:m-d :after this i- ek,
bu11t -pocial Ioral .i- will Il- s-~rvv d att
anyi hour (if the day oir niigh t.


W. O. W.
Live Oak Camp 4i NI u dlnIan Efilie
M t.. flr net anId i:rd Fridlav niht iIn
o.nt'h i month. V tIIltit In a;Iv Invited. W. Wi. V Al-i'%
S. T A NMK ('lrk. (.. '.
M.Vl'I'ANTIIK I'{IO -:.i E;I'\ i-% AS.S-)-
CI 1] ION.
(Alive ol'f tthe S r.tairy vt ('in tt, i'
ull3ivi Hous-e'.
Hh .l- neti-i Ii' on c il .ni of it 'r.- l'r -:t *".
th" i l eret'st- Of tl1. A.-i'llIli'fi
JAM.1. ; Mi Hti '.
A Ie lE ANI I'L IrAl,. Lt.




Kodol

Dyspepsia Cure.
Digests what you eat.
It artificially .ge-ts the food and aids
Nature in stlengthening and recon-
structing the exhau-ted dige-tive or
gans. It isthe iate-t discovered dige-At-
ant and toni'. No other preparation
can approach it in etic:ency. It in-
stantly relieve- and permanently cures
Dyspcpsia, Indinve;tion, Heartburn,
Flatulence, Sour Stomach. Nausea,
SickHeadache. Ga;t ralgia.Cramps. and
all other result of imTerfect digestion.
Prepared by E. C DeWtt A Co. Cblcogo.
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A LITTLE

DOES MUCH.
I7oc!-;. lowi. D-cc I.
Vo tnngue can te~i %%at I hirh~.e .-
in t le p.-- t-n 3ear %' &1i 1 : f IrI!*:l .-
71e,-4~. Wh'ij e .4.ili.'r~uit: i'o~d .2''
frieud ca.itd and r,. oii~e '.,'o
('arlui. I s.'nt for a hbot .e.Iiiiand) V0:
rel itf. AZfer 'I fiL-.L(!(,-e I ~(.~to fl,
beu~er ar4 hare bat no ;.a- 'iF
AMM A. U CE LM~~:


tic, ,.jI


Wine nf Cardut not or.~v Cures bhit it =~3 AT ONC-E. VIre is i a
of ten years' stainiini!, and \ et 1 me s:ie 4 d- n5 iJ!t~ile sulferer fet.- better,
and st-1ped the P.111.Th ine to Vi,,e1 iSSr.,Z ~seat -'4 tile trc~ulle.
It a.:ts directly up, -n I he mi u1.:. gi.~ Isazz :'n-.tij.t
vi, 11,nt, Atnd it dies n Pt I. irce i re2.,t. I u" sN...tu-r tila
~ tnethAt tile St ' ,s ~l i: A k J in thec
Zen.i i'. i'rleS ,preat~iz) i di.. ;I~i -)\'.r t~i-I-)"d, a;ai v, ~li~n*h
Wvir11 cures- tht s, murce. a!I ;-;!te .r v.ai tmv:er (-t4 C. :.r_ e A 4
wun ci unieotier uwflj.> 2 mn ~i t.. I.!i-t ~i!n. -il.L1 )CAiI C, -
~ .,' L iz. .\ ti V u 'm Ist oth
LAES'ADVISORY *EPARVOI'NT. . \inofCru
I%&. 4 V 41-eJ.,imL:L. tor


Dru giss s llLarge B1ottles for $1.00.


__ _v A J aB A


THE ORIGJN iL --


ST. LOUI


A. B. C.


BEER.


I. GUGNH[ Mll'


Great


Bargain


Shoe


SaIe!@-o


HAVE NEVER
Tried the reat
systemn re~ula'ihr

PRICKLY ANH

BITTER59
~ue Th ey Vh ';n k I 'I1



AZA% T;1E:Z-


. V. J. VIDAb, Sole Wholesaler. L ,
Ladies' Department
S ILS0 1 ilNH, BRACI IESllIE IMPORTED 110 DOlSTIC *
Pail Jones ang Echo Springs Celclratel Whiistics. Kid Sr""i "IiHel Ilitt" n and Lace
N TR IA BOTTLE OF CELERT 1O1C. $1.00, $1.2, $1 50, $1.75 anl $2.M.
MP PHONE 154. : : : : P. O. BOX 587. Ty re rtli
They are worth 51, iimore
... JUG & FAMILY TRADE SOLICITED Kid Heel Button and Lace. also
F reo DIeliv.ry to Any Part of the ity. Cloth Top ill Black and Tanl.
Sai,,N 111 orders left at The 0t!i)c. Vidal & tmith, will tv carefully) from $1 00 . to $3.50.
atteadod to.


o--PRUPRI-ETOR OF--o
CRONIeS STALOOr

o--DEALEK IN-o

Imported and Domestic W'ines, Liquors and Cip
JUG TRAD. A SPECIALTY.
C( To r, Rolmont and Dpvillipr- ,4t=. PENRACOLA.


H. H. WeWICKE.


Plumber, Gas and Steam Fitt(


No. 5 South Palafox Street,
All Kinda o. Plumbing and 0:*i Fittings Materials Kept on Hand


TEL


Threc Regular
Mpals Fachl Day
25c Each.


Restaurant Attached, Open Day and eight .


OYSTERS. FISH AND GAME OF ALL KINDS IN MEA.ON.
Special Orders at Any Hour.
RATES:-From $1.00 to $1.5;o per Day. \LODGING:
.1,5 and 51B1 8. South Palarox Street. Penaeolla. l'loridla / 25 and 50c

TIME TABLE.

LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD.
IN I l' II. ( 1 N .1'I7. k *!.M


7. p rat
4 p mt
- p iii
') lb it
* 11444
I '' I' hI


Nc.."
* .~'II ~i iii
* *s~t 141k Vt
.:.,I.i1 ill
liii iii
ii iii
I' iii
I.' .i iii
',.I,'


1.- 11 %'.
A i
k ri\.


Ii
'I
lii.,. ill -
I .. I.-
'til'...


4rr' 4


No. I.
* i p iii
.- p iii
hiI~ fl
11 iii
* II iii
1. .2 II iii
4 TI '1'


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BETWEEN PENSACOLA AND JACKSONVILLE.

SN ,.

I '. :l n n l ; ! 'I i c I 1 I " ;|

7 I: !'l ' k -....i\ : 1 11 ;i *t i


JOHN NICHOLAS'

lRestauran3t,
305 N. TARRAGONA STREET.
'"PI 0 -:TE i \ \ 1,; T .


I I "~' ' fMeals at All flours-

:4~~4j LOIJby lrr':i'.ts. W:A Cwple-tp Stock o


Open Day and'INight.

oil Fr'~;- u*-. a~IeCi- ir- crl 'I bac(-i


ASpecial Bargain !
A lot of Finte La1dit-' shoew-A, 4.i t-
cinnati make. regular prict. 83s
and $1 4 ma 1 pair. inow only $1 Wu.
N ~We only have then in :N4 and F4.
we ell them So) cheap.

ars. in 0O19 Men's Department tw;w
miizder~eI I anyone. and cive thoo
moI4It comifoort7tble fit anid general

OULFq $3.00
Hatior1--wed Vici Kid SIiols- are
K indly -oiicit'iting your pa~tronlage.
I remain~ii yomIr?, to plea.'e.
~j, ~Gugenheim.


CHAS. COTTRELL,
Artistic Photographer,
It0l..IM ;. Fl al l I .1 1.IiIN(t.
201, EOUTH PAI.AI.OX STIKERT.
satisfaction (Juarauttcitt in very Par.
ticular.


HIIIBIR BROS. I CO.


' WBHOLAL BHOClDS,
PAULafox Street,


Palafox Street,
Pensacola. Florida.


BARGAINS


-IN--


Real


Esta te.


1Oo O 4'III1 hi'. .: a t're' ofland nr-rt h
P # uno' % 'A t4f II bf
$2000 1 Il;t I-,~ .;.
$3000 I l4'l t 1- % IV, 1A':ik


'P:4 1,1_1 flO4i U i tz'l .n ~ 'i

$6000 Y2 1 .L trt enO



$ 70 00 u i I u,?,r :; ,1 "W.i'.. 24 1, 1.f-,:I I' IP.
~ f. a -1lt: i tiu ritu'- i

fx ar (I I ir s Z"
$9000 I ....-r :ru t
-rI 4;k 41-wi a t
$10 000 V <.;fVt' '' .Iu.n


Children's Department.
Hand-.ew id F.r-im l Kid Infant.-a
lHiitiun. 2 u.
worth 75c, . now 50c.
Hai;,i--;ew,.d French Kid Infants'
Hlil!til!.
worth $1.00, now 75c.
ll::id--e, od Kd S'rini Ht'el Button
worth 75c, . now 50c.
h'a.dul--'ewel Kid S; rinIe lel But-

worth $1.0, now $1.00.
iH:iiil--ew '(d Kid Sll :nl, Hll,.'l Lac..
worth $1.50, now $1.00.


Men's Department.
Geniine Donz. Ilutton and Lace
Shoes, 1"2-2,
worth $1.50, now $1.00.
genuinee Vici Kid Button and Lace
Shoes., 12-2.
worth $2.00, now $1.50.


LODGE DIRECTORY -
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIS. DUNN'S
Pensacola IAdIge. No. :1. K of .
me'ts every .Monridav -vfn-
Ing at ;:.i,. at 'ca tle lit ll. 1
in Hlutchiinsonu hils. West
1ntendellic1 3tr*-u(. H O
V\il'tiln ir l tbt reniL rdlall'
.. elc-. .ed. O N EUROPEAN PLAN.
c a If. Ho It t' M r
K. R. M ,.


-


and.


WINE~


WW.WfA6AV"Isk. VI


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1900. 5


Soodoubt receive a large vote at the I I 2Li U 1
LO.Ah NEWS NOTES ""--'" IESTr,,fTAIONS
Miss Ida Pfe-iffer left on the 12:4.5 A
train to-day for Mobile to vi-it
friends.
t i,-a for Penar,/a nFr rtar~ntd J. R. Keller and hik brother. W. Portions May Be Thrown Open
, .,, ," .H.r H. Ware. left to-day for Mobile on For Grazing.

S.Mr J. M. Flinin i--ft to-day for;
,.Mat t.W.- of H.ir'tiville. Nw ()rleans to be, i'r-, nt at t!e- CATTLEMEN FAV S,.. .- a visitor t.ere to-day. carnival.
M 1- Ir-' ak R iliv r. -t it- tri N Mrs. J. Harri- Pi< rpint 1-f. on the
t,. r: ainz from a vi-lIt to+ Mobil-. 12:43 train to-day for M,,bli. to w)it- F'orestry A.mooeatniun Oppose It an
W. L. Halrri---f t. Plosant. t!io carnival. Injurious to 1hc- National Parka.
N1. It. Harri- ,,f Mr. Pl, asnnt, In
.- v -: t t .r- -,'t ,\bi,. Mr. and Mrs. M. L. R och lft to- IRe.-noe (otter .erLice~- "aate In
dav for New Orleasii- to witness the colored soc-iet>.
S}:. l l tI f N,-rt i < '"r,.- .1Mardi Gras festivitii'-. A-'.\IhI i .TON. '. h. 21. -[- po'ial.l-
: i -t.-r. d tW t; I c. 'I. Mrs. V. B. W right and children l'Or an y r ;'i., '\, st,'r: I in
W T. aIIir ;.-.. ,!i-:,t m ill ian lf-t to-day for M obile. M r. W right ,n.,-,,1 ,ti t ,', lad a taidiiii; prolsl.;'
S: ( I. -y. Ala I- a I t- ,i !.t r t'- a 'coi .iltlied theli a far as F;oina.- ito ..,it,.'1. itih t iln the-1titliim.ut uof
:. ton. T I h l l l i -ti '. TIh in1!m! q

1'h u-o'rofPir!. 'rd ,The Mi-m.' A ik-t~i'- ant-iiiL -hocoi
rriv.-'1 i* ti.,. Fcinij!i~a i- will givt, a sinireie at 4Iiluttt-'r s Mu-djc
~inih it. ll to-nimorrow night. Tickets 25

11 ;i''-d,.ivfoir tie h-:f, i M :~-;nii Tims io-~iiette .!oi-e- tlt inow 'pro-
-..4-c~o: *t o tit~rar. pared to) furnish ctarnatict)Ls atid fine
VtIY. U Mo:, in., a~, ,.*~.rose-s on s,-hort uaietice. Read tier ad-
WaIll o i.-C. S. S MJILL!Ie -vi-iement ill this i-'supe.
in '-t tn:: ii-M -r' i~. -.The steamnishi p eahoti rd wh iclh
I', F \ 1. Xhi I iI lI ph, -,Jie between Mobile. Tamnp;,anrd
IX. S MNI' 'i f ; M iaci U- rI .,ae arrabelle, put intm port thi! morn-1
4atan-,i I it' I-iin'?. ii r':u-11K lRfill acci.)lu~t of the st~ormy Weather'

4, Iin %nt Ii i* ti:, z Xtr- M v- I Jei. I). 1H. MtAys, one (of thi.' otfl
IeaV tn-.1.:tt v nvIi: K--r- pr-ineilmilfeil of the truluin nrati'ural (-tilt-
didatei't. Who ih~hetat i' up!.t tof
-'in in -lorett'aer-ir-l~aw. Hit:_,. t.B. P-aI k-
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tlio;i ".:.Il I'; ;:.;rii;oiIn -f tha'e w\- itern
! i:rni. '.. .. n u tI i. : ,'d io :I:iiional af-
fi i t. ir n iI, ,.. l tin a- l.i -tnin't of
*l;h i n ,. 1 h V Iilari' fo'n -t rev s-
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C' ~ ~ ~ ~ 1- tot-'F"I-tV.-f'ttf -ta:Ipox

.cun,%,. t--;-i..I .v 0, U,-a: l k#I, City,
.Ju it:-' :",%% !,( auII :- ini-in-f ur e~i "tin
D i -t!.(t r- i oa c~t! ir, ca-lled Itc
1.,I t In-t int1 -'t-' aud IL has e''st'1ti t ,'1
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I rinri'i:: a an i adonurn sit)iu je


i; y fi ,:< .,: ,h &l nvi l .e.
.1 i t:- \\il I.E, I..L., Feb. 2J --The'
.T,-k.t.n'-: h 1.' tlrJ of trai? wi:l giv-
H ia. \V .1. Pr,'an rai1,nifiient rcoep.
t:on t.mntrr.iw. Mr. Lrvan wili prnb-
ably ta!:e a trip down the .'-t. John river
to tht ocean nxt Tnursday on the fa-
mwu little tiabuster the Turee Friends.
Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup is unquestiona-
I ;lr i i 't l reiniin i kiL l e-i r't-'inl y -I i v pr.1- ;tI-,i-
i l,,.-- ft r h -i n 'i'n ii n t int -t i Iit itn tii l i t-
in '. t 1 ilt n ft: i ilit n i-.l' lin i-. n:. i .i in Iin.i il
A lin t I 1 m in i jl-


Hot Chocolate, 10c. at
W. T. Green & Co.'s, 37
South Palafox.
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Forbes Store.


IKE IHIG


Nwaldas i,\l. VOu want a ()goo
!ttin dress. The !,cst dress maker
in the world cannot satisfy Nou if
,. wear a poor corset. ()utr stock of
-tandard makes is most complete.
W\c sell i\ e waist lengths.

Vc have just opened **ur stock
o; Siimmer Ccrscts for Ladei- and
Misses, and \Vaists for Ladies, Chil-
dren and Misses.


Nf4f
4'


rznajs G33stresa.
r5 c 'eo earh.

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Wbh.t.t or DrdaL.


-eFOR THE WEEK: .s-


1 ('a- Standard Percal,-- 1-yarA wide.... .................... 1,in yard
S(1 ('a' M .tasonlville Donie ticn I -yard widi ....................-... e yard
1 CaQe Aino-ke::;.r Set r-ucke'r (tIn.'han i- i ood style-, ........... (nn- yard


e.%,NEW SILKS-,,C


J-.z h s i d (renid ine.. 'rfttaQ. tet. in all t!in.- New Cr(-ati' :;Q.
-

I.,


THE PEOPLE'S STORE,


A.


having a ditnculty over tme lair ques-
tion. Both were of about the same
shade of eolor. but the stronger had a
little more kink in his wool than the
smaller. The latter had been beaten or
driven awv.ay from the corner. but he
".,ot even" by remaining at a safe di,-
tnnc :ind l as eip irculated about the
other counted the '"knots" in thi- hair
of the larger boy. greatly to his dis-
coimfort andl to thle amuselimtnt of the
hlystandilrs. "Why doan yo' *shave it'."
eried thli tornientior. "'1-n yo' deaon hab
no kin ts. sho. Lo'iin e s olere's a lot
of '**eI. an I'il tdonv, .count 'vin." Anil
wlvi-in Ihe counted ni to I00 th lar.r
boy rtlte in crhavritn.
An I ndell e-red Speech.
When .I Jesse Stallin,.'s of A.12'amiia
first' -aili, to it house of representa-
tiv''.. lie saw what every m an sees
that the s senate makes itself much more
cotmforttalek than the house- and he
thought there was an opportunity for
reform. He prepared a speech on the
subject,. giving in detail the expendi-
tures in the senate and asserting that
they were very extravagant. He then
shlweed it to Speaker C'risp.
"That is a very good speech. Jease."
said Crisp. "but what are you going to
do with it?"
"Make it in congress and send it
through mny district." said Stallings.
"Ilotl't you want to remain in con-
gress'." ask,,,1 Crisp.
"Yeas. and I think this speec-h wIli
take i nihty well anionig my oiinslit-
Ult llt<."
"\\ll." responded Crisp dryly. "I
rc.-l wlhil,. y.ou are iln o )I'iiess.. aind it 'yol
ii1 .' l.4 tl:t sp ,,1h.ii I r':thI !ill ,if y. irs \',il I 1W h'll l: a \1p over
,Ihlr':- in tllp' s. ,llalit iii .!t'intIly "
.A ll thil. spvorh. w\ is 111vr. Iil, '.
A.\u i: t I \ l )t .
"Aft r d)octorl.r faiiedI to c't111, Ill
oif pllit)"i.t 1oiia I adtl ()IOn M ilinute
C('' ih 'uir-, andi thtrete lottlt- 1 -1 it
turedt ie. It is ;ils i tl e Ihe-t r, uiitlv
oln eiartI for w ooplitf"i t" c iL t-I.. I, t
cu ii iiiy ra'iii(id hii'drtin of lt Ie
w r'-t cal.-s, write-' Jn. Im ,rry. I o-
ant;ot,l P.I. It i- thi on, ly lih 111 -1
1t ill t-dy that giv's ililini'diatt. re-
suilts. Ct(iir-s c, igi colds, croup
and th .at aiid Itilii; trotubli .. It
pre-veit-i voli-tiiilptilli. ('iiildrl n al-
wvys .like it. 1 oth. r- J iini Lrs -. it.
ti r :i- '~ inar acy. Jin Sl ;i.trd
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t' Sell Cheap. and thereby increase
OUR MOIJO: the business:." (



Price and Quality.

1You must consider them, both. The mere ciheapne.s of
things does not make them devirabhle. unlesss
the quality is right, cheap goods ma!y/ prove
most expensive in. the end. )'et the fact that
quality is right does not .ustify exce.sire prices.



Our Bargain Sales
Brin;g di'penidable im rc'vindii'e within your roach at pri'r. ;! : i* it ,t!'r
tiats :and ;place t' woul puircha.-e i.onei i t:t iinft-rior .li, -. l .'.t'- tt...
.strtoag point of thl W weekly t1 iin Ev.i,t-tlie f 'rc. t :.it ,- lroa .:l:t
-,tl'h r';nliW nl ;I d I ll, I'l'.+,.-'t litlH r pIl"'., ii!l'It 'e ill 'Fln-.l<- i iZ ., b1i:;..

..__This Week's Offerings (::-
W ill lie .particnl:iry brilliantit-- r, ir -. eiiihrat iit, :1 \ *.- ,f t! **
-0o t t f ,,( .- ",, n#ed :!t prV1, ;t. :t, 0 ;'r '-.t rt,:i;-hini ,. ., : : \ i t i-
hant ki it -;1-- -'**-iT to w ri r;. t. wmr ly. y :i :., ::i, n,% Y i
y, i l'Jl b, d(J light,.d to .parti' i>p "tt i:n th .in,"d. t i;-:,- ,,n .- .

4r-'Dress Goods Bargains !. :c-:-
CSI?,'-SO:.; WIL. (CLIP AND ('LII' ,F'OM M i i ll t Dre- ( ,o Storf to-tliorrow :ia nl till-; little, ;1i i. ,l! 'Ifn lP it :-f
'I I RI:E SPECIAi, J .OTS wi!l hle the e cause of it. 1 :t.,y are-

n N1rav 'MixeI iO.11E 1I 9 Cm:J off r j
Lot No 1: "y l i'" 19c
t N ,1* worthl 2i5;and :;, ya.ird, yoiir- for to-dly......

L ot N o 2: ,(' I-m -I-'rHir I(.1MK-I'I -. A i-! .^ w4 i ,
Lot l o. 2 *r thloromiglly shrunik ai -npi,, l.: i iiy-inotlh-
iti' like it tvr offered for I..t- than -,, ', yar,l. t.,-,l.; :t t' ; 3 9 c
c ia l p ric e o f............... ............ .......... .... ... ... ..


Three Large Stores Lot No. 3:- Dr- *Xstid4kr)I; it, irtyIN Pir It a r., d
I I n -V ZT ,1Vtt t rii~ -. it. 4.+ othit h'ir lead n t d-r -z;)I t wist i tnI. z)#,in var, tor At..I. .....u .... 4 3


: II 1 l It I0.t I I tN I I .. I I .il' l
liis o1f \Vailunt Het-rmoiii m Suite-, ever
-Lov.n in P'-ns-,tacola. Pro-tty, nr'ativy-
tf iio-l 11'.iu li o, ,ak .t-drfo ii SIlite- ;tt
All prict--. I:ittati andl ('obl) r hS oat
R'cki -. hil iand little. cheap :and
1-igt. Look tat th.In.
(). M. PRYOh'S
l:ir,,,in l'Furni-iliing i .-Hou-e.

WHII.I- TIlE M'N SHINES4
Patchl your roof. Juniper, ('ypr.--
:tand Pinte H'Lin les at theI H. It. Pitt
Mill Co.'- 1rf-lw

Elegant bed room sets, or
cheap ones, whicherer you
want, at flarston 6 Finch 's.

Hot Chocolate, lOc. at
W. T. Green & Co.'s, 37
South Palafox.


LllLIi'4.4114 V 111- P iVlt o tl" p l%
Winter Underwear for Men, Women and Children.
'File *i k o g rawill,., to) a c si.' ~rirt- ~'.l~wilii ioclaiaaorinw (.)r
-tIW u01R -, 1 o' 11 P-1 _-) a tll thle htilanv#e- tof o r !aeavY- runt. rwe,:tr at jirive-
clit to half 1110 W.hV~a* a ,-pI'iad ch-iaalco-t-P stqwck up a1i -:tvt- big


-~zBedding Bargainszz0%
'N 'I Ill- incllu(l( i in thi,4 .itTo-riiii?-.andi you etivan-;avo- in'io ev )ni any tart iclo
in our 4t4)ol,-. We al-,, n 1-in i~ r ttttirt.Iieui~-top vitti -ince t~ith. irtioprio-
tonr h:4, dvvcilt(,d to i vi thE-.li-i te,-- i- per-'IaIal attoelitji-11, ;iaz ..4l 11- 4 i ittil
i-in bow Pricei-andud Qiiclk t~aIv.


Ra sics- -Carnations.,
Iam selling,! te rto+iet (if th,- P.P~emonl and lHighland'l i'rk a; rdienq(if
Nfouatuorerv, and ion twutOi%c ~hoir?' nivtice can farri;!iany :aw iu it ,'it .1 't oweis
unt i -_, n %rris at M 1
Carnation-, 75c per dozen. Deircrt t1
American BeauwtieS S3.50 to S-1 "0 !-' dozen.
All Other Roses $1.50 to $1.73 per dozen. to you.
l:~l~ I.--:".MISS VIOLETTE MORENO.
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,,if t;h i .u-i .. ,- i- .ft r ,ii E- i- w !.:,t i I i /f /I u Fir seen
t't,. ,i.:,, .t. !- ti.. ,:.;. i'. i .nn ti- .I s' o' <'" F inch '. stock'.
tion b." th,. itti:,'n.r,,i, prn.-...i- o' T/heir prices' are lo-"r: heir
d (i- 'ati-fa- ti ,in w it! tNi. .xi-\lt-i!t f: '
SditinfI. : i- :a . and -**tall for int. lligent a rnt c'ar-fi:,a Iill/sell Yo// /at/ o wIant#
c',nal id ,r:t ilon. In -oine' 'a-,--, :.,,
lilt)- plrai4.ticable a td -:1ti-factir 0 1 Ion 0 / tim e.
1 metuthod of accompli-hiii;e th di--ir-,I
rf-tilt .,eouhi, bl- dvij-,d t'hin f.,r tt.,. Furniture at all Prices.
family cat.-re, to vi-it tt-- '.-t, i-n.! ^ ,
r, ',.~i ar,- -a-llin^L dlinii ,r0:n tablv-
nl-nt of i--r-. r C. I . (t i lza le-z &
So nl, -xmilliil their lar- -tck t it rni ni ric-i: tal-o -tve-. bed-
p e tap :n chirlie', f.tncy zro- P a.;,r --. inIat.ti-ngs. k-itc4he-r. -af#-q,and
co-ri.-s, of ll hilun -atid r,-jl'-ll-ni h ti..- itr, h .ti aea t.-'t- t withlr'-.,ad b,arda-,
fainily lardtr with a compl- -un c --t- f,,r ltir. :rti dJr aw-rq for
rp, at #it': It ut,1n-il d arind tahblewa r,-e.
ply of niovelti.- of every ds-criptio):. (' a xan th, at 1

Handsome pictures, brie- 'rr- r:ia titr- Hu.
Y a-brac, etc., in endless ar- FOR BEAUTIFUL RUGO
rami at rock bottom prices at ar;l Draperie- of all kinid-.
AMarston 8f Finch's. ;.i well :-, -everyvtinrir iin ;:lh
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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1900. 7


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ENTRY INTO KW'MRL'--Y.
Braesie~d Garris~uvs V;,t- A lrna..t Frea-

3.::';Rli rnI. N: Y. eb "41 -Al-
tLu i.n tami ri-A ; :of (ijneral
krciaca' t1s .t ttr~iar:ie Iby a
cuhl~i :-r '. n,,,.ct! . e a i e trr




gar-. 00 -iM, I1:':'r:v~-r f-a'lrg

:S. i- aeuer-A. i:ei.JILIc.12utflhi'7to
jza ui r..1n aw, i r-i-~ and
t.'.:..~ :.- :.eage k3. APicr tuzo
a U t' 0-,' r._; qn '
iiL:regttrnt Ut ."re v ut.,
L.:e:.'vthat tit: ue aiUSIT awAited
V:. .r ~~ a h22 u L-'; A f-w n urs .&ter
clouch. at ti--, neAd uf a c-i.
%~'Atin e:1 a trlU111an'eutrr intit ) ;2t
Ia-,-, -Lie pet urz-;rnitg the troops
aa. Int~rn g.:g wththem. ciieering
w.d.y. ...igtiae sc~iers' hands,
-xv C. ti:!s, h.-ts ard iiand~kerciiie's
and azi..~i a hundred ways b-
ltfliVothtoivr joy.
Ti:e tiniiaLiants had been on short
rat!, 11 f --r some ilrne, eatiiig horse
ftLani i Xving ,inburrows uunitr heaps
o' muuc. re!;,-e. TiLe ration, were served
., ii ii.3i ~c~in the .market
A !1"47.- un -r :!t, fi..icti i re of tue.ie n
-'U EA *V. t i QtfUna LV Ui' . Ire w Lie u

L."t ~t'ge (ic Cc': IHnodes
t.- It!' V~t~il %Vitu %tink and
L-1 e'. .l ai v t-aring 1;.r. v:@-
1, 1: tt! ow'unrl.iand ttle
A*'.sV 'A 1.1 i:'liz ts %%ity across the
f K imber v, twas
iT' -. .:t i ttC igrtsee 1I thu
'- h1 r4:Uur nIl (,I t.-.


--u:o* ::~- iModde-r liver

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ut~tfaV.Lleuentile
J i ig 11. 0 ay mi,"Iin
nij-'.e: I a gull. 11:-4t.'ntc,
ii'A at 1M.ai:tr-r ut,:unt in.


.,li.!r'tl lFor VFre.. Siver.
"'? :K. Ala., Feb. '20 -Tae report
ri lrnainguiuanm an reference to the
,t .'erna', r.ai situation and contest in
A,:oatiia do.-o Hon. W. J. Samford,. IeL
:*alutty'd eloquent oiratitr. an injustice in etatina
th-t he a<,i posed the free coinage ot sil-
v-r at I'; t, 1. L'tCowiel Samford has al-
wave l teen a bimetailist and at no time
nor un:ier any circcistantces Las he
cvt-r o<'p.)se.i the free c',rn:,iag.: f silver
at a rat:o (,f i1 to 1. lI i vally sup-
rorted hrvyn fnr president and has al-
Wars suppn-rted the regular nominees of
t!e tl)-mni'ra.Tc party in tveri-y electia
an.-i' n i .. t n L ii'i p iw r i,.r tile e ,--
*-' < ,t h.4 p;ar'y wit: a st.t w irt t;deli:t
t'aat will be itwaridei.
I I It- 1 *t" Ila.r.i'
<'}i \ia > 4, \ \ A ,o ta.
fr tI: \vi:: i' -'ter, i -t n i sa s li.lat
:: :r t li .0 ?'nO p t'.;'l.il nIl) l
r-rE:: a I l.1,' .: ;i ni. ',-t ,ld ex (iov-
*rnt r M A.-. h.it *.-n ,. to tha <'at-n.
.... ur -. r T ;.,' -!;x: ,-h-nent f a
I i '.-Irv '1 i l:;. t i I :i a -v
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t .a'A i) :x Ii -r .n:' tie.t is a <-'ir-
p !-Ai i .A' i i- r i#-.al r ('canit ot 'oV er
t -'o a 1i -*i'- .ar: .d mon bhv ay
p ur- n I: :1 iu.-' un i thar it.- haid
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Secret of Beauty
is- health. The secret of health is
tile power to (li11(st and a-ssim-
i!hite- a I~()p- qualnity of food.
;.i;c.'irneniver Lc (]()n(- -whe-n


Doyou know this?
Liver 1Pill., are an abso
luteC cure for sR kI,-hcadachc. dy;--


atlI f, t ~ridlivcr, pvt.
o n I ~ ,I iliouu fcv-cr, bilious--
-i-;~- and kindred diseases.

Tutt's Liver Pills

PO0PU L IS TS %'VNT B RY AN'.
i %A.. f N It:-.-k k it, Wlr. I -t '- ot
~ I ,, soi. 4 1 4 t aII IIk k I10-0.s

t imtiona, ct .rriwttt-t. p ;resided over
li~ ~Ma.rion Put .er, t4dsvtoiV ok
Up I ik- iques~lit io:ftuwe anid ,a e for
tfie national C,11Tou A pt4opsttiof
from t~ if-'rza..te. tasr it May 9
1 e tli. tup- a- I.e :;ite wag amended
all iT-,a .1ht a :!,; :rnent ranuppoaied
V-gornnut.y i t.,. I t*xis i(j!aiion as
"e) %auiv (I Ul Ii .tug tu tilICe Deo-
cra's
S att(-r AA- it(,' Nt-1'r.it-ka spoke at
4i11gli :11 *art): If n.tvrau :iv and id rtho
IIAlil71Z -'U ;,t:4L L~y the %wnule Comn-
r Y"',wri N, t he noir: nt'e (of blothi
AA3.. ai r..*u. ii.1 uateutikes
Kirisis (": 'v-, a 0ani Indiani.




T F"t .a. c, -John XW. Shall.
cro-% ,f Lou~isville, 1%', dropped lead
(n !V *ritn 3vrvilue. Ile cativn here ssv-
e ral A t k. a:L(.o fr bia health and wuaR
t:ulr'a wa~k ves~erday when he sou-
di-i.V ft':i to tho grounts. and expired.
lit, wag related to Rev Dr. NV. W. D~e-
Ha~rt (if thigh city, and was a promiadent
izeuzzcrman, at his horui'.. Tile renailnd
were prtpartud fur shiipmnent hclue.


Iv% 1 a irc411i~e-sl 4 ia t aaartst-- i. aI t arrt-Ia hat
i'ertt ( i ilM 4- IIIItia a .
A\I- nn:-n''mi 'I I I-I Irs-lI- Is -trsy lt h-
I -, w.- I* ,i I#- -\--t-- III vIaa ;m f111-1 t 4.1 -
Ia :' I r'tt'l(ele -! i -ta-tn I w !er it eIti,-I-
11 1tn i '.111.1Ii the :Init I I- lfMI a-- ..,arfa-e.
Ils' ToI I v'- ic ;1-. ift : t I if- (I la III a ,.t I Iae' -v
\% III d'm I- tfI-l I 1 ,1e:. at hi s it t1t.11Io (I V 1 L
l'-I I".1,1, 4 ie-ne\ t I -H v(es f.4 I III 'dsu 0..
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For Sale.
Steami Nii 11ill/ coinmplee
and practically new, to-
-ether" with two-story build-
i .;' /by 1.-2feet with newi
,fhlranized steel roof. Filer
-. Stowell .Machinery. Ca-
pacit f twenty-jive to thirty
t/nousand feet per day.
Bardain for rifht party.
Owner gone out of manu-
f'atiuring hi(sinessi reason


BACON OPPOSES EDWARDS.
Ilatrei-tirn l (Olovrive.rry Over 31aco n
Pol*< t.i s -hrrh p Q.*-stlui.
MACION. Feb. Il 'iie friends of
Harry lFIward anii tie entire e:ty have
been suprt-ed by t,:i, l-tTer of Senaior
D.acon to Mr. E(iwar,. whic'i has been
published. in w;i;: tue e .Lr saTys
fraud' i e will ,: I ..-: ti- ri.. uatiuon
o0 Edwards. 1:, i:: i (ttc-:in ap-
pears to ie a'are,-i 1 i ;i1 .. l...,win..: t--
tract rimii nis ;':ter:
"*'t is pr'i:w^rto utft it (,:1 acc( n:lt
of an uoccurilnce .o: s',.t-t .eir .ti,, iil
u-1,h you not .n!v :Ii n '... tu I:;.'t
deeply wuuuied iJ.i i;e i.r: ttt. vyur
a;ip .inttient w ,. l.i L -> It r-ona.iv .<-
Jtrtii'La'!t, to titLu as i .stiast:er at i.ns
hoine outiee. In tiis cU iinect1sin I taue
itessit3on to) a, as a st.nat(ir, I feel :t
nmy duty to oppose the contirilationi ot
aany p t-tmnaser ai tihe boime postoflice.
Ito: oavy of Jud(;j lartiett, but at the
lirine oth ie of either of tne representa-
tives from Greorgla in a ca-e where the
person nouninated to that office was per-
sonaall objectionu.ble to such represen-
Mr E iwards replies in a spirited let-
ter, two columns in ieugth, which has
been given to the tress. The contro-
versy excits more than usual interest
from the fact that Senat(r icon and
Mr. Edwards were tfr a long time per-
stua, and political friends.
SOUTH FORGING FORWARD.
I hie N.v 1 l:ilu t ratri, I .-lportid D i rii;t
i lih. 'Vit.s \W.'. k.
C 1ITTA < \t;.\, lFeb. i'. -TuLe ilrie
importantt i)f the new industries re-
p, rtedi by The 'lradesmian during the
week eulted lFeb 17 inc tiu:i a trick
works li Tenniesse iiand% West Virgin:.",
tree cotton miil: itn Aliaiania, four in
( 'iorg,.i,. one i0ac2 i in oStuin Caroina.
1'linte.sp- anlI Texas; cotton seed i.
It! 11 II -'North anti -tu:ii Caro.n.a; aill
eetc:ri c i g t! t,'.a;tL itn Ark:tu- a ; ili'nr-
iln iillIi S in ti u ti U .taro.i::.1 ani Texa-,
a turnittiure ft.ct.ry Ili tout ii arolina;
gasworfs in 'I er:nsissm-; a hardware
colilinaly In V irgi al; a Li.st f-t(rv in
l tI -ne-".'; ati ice ac;orvy in A ai>.tnia;
irII ore r ii'es ili Aittaf iii.i; iroinwirkL
in Georgia; ki:ttir'i iiin..s in ,-r'icrt
a:ii \ir;.lui..; lita w.r li,i.- in Ark in-
sni* tr.1.trdl, ,uisiari!a, rt-nuie-'-et aii(l
V:;4giuia: a uiiriral and iilb-'r con-
pai)r111 Ill 'it nU"-'; all tI i lltl Lani .a 'oiu -
p. iny Ilt l \'e-: V.r.;ira ti; a pa.,pr min 'l l
Alainalla:; it:usi;nate iIr inesl 1I len es-
s-e; a -a.i, >i) r and land anitory in
A.auaniman; Teell ors in \ est Virginia;
a telephone and tektgrapa cn.:aip.iny in
Virginia; a toul ucomiaiany and fireworks
in West Virginia; a $5.'0,UOU woodwori-
Ing ilant in Texas.


Beatiul Woman and a
Handsome Horse appeal to every

Souterners Headt.
p, f rt
ke: t cIT14 I i _


S1',loan's Lint!t t~ a;, ,imet
TIIt L .I .," & I t 1r r
Rhcumirllm, Cramp and Colic.I

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sawme dism" eiwithc'at 8rlyin(-'Qn-
vc.cn (-SOLDBY ALL DRUGGISTS


FOiL STEAM JTVtSTION

ILAMKWAY COMPANY.
Tr&.&-, ls-voe V.-ntai-oia for ti- !!?I
Hnyv.(.. % im, t'. ;iatet. %k airr~nK, j:, -N hvY
I ard hatid 1-ort katrrarcax rat
m.~i a. ait. rri ittK, irt i ar.r -- tci.. -4 r1
a-*.Ip tir, i.%-- i t rT '1. st; r ,t i-- .4 I "I
..'t ta. a tllRI ra-'I ,rr-%,ika- 7:.,!-. A'
11. m attnv,-at o1-t .: istr.ar, c.. i a,,
Trau,!s iv.k-'Fur, Tur.2.Afr '1
coin a
P .. .u~. a v.W t `4dA .

.:,o, p. in arri.- Iatt 7 A4~5
1). iii. % -.- sIt, 1" t t~ tC a .i

mUNDAY t'iih.
j.a~Pon~sec-4 Lv Fort I'-rranoss
9aM. 1(A. M.
ii a. m P. M.
a1P. m.Pw. M
5 P.m 'p.m.
01P. M. P. M.
V~AR r r-,' ;u.FK DAl'i.
!'-:tacoa I I a -arrs a-and retu:'rn .
Peua .toia Lu t'at to k;a.L and rot.-un c
FARE Volt VY DAY
.4einean? a to -.)t itarrancas Navy
asrtt1enr
vonsfla-'va iv alinetto 1Bead 2and
~. 15C
No fr*e!g:t vt-d after B:i5 p. m.


WILD WITH ECZEMA
One of Pittsburg's Most Estimable Business
Men Certifies to the Wonderful
Efficacy of Cuticura.
I wa- a sufflt rer fr ,* i_'r v ir-r fr,,ni n tut mn-t ili-.tr-'-izi; ,.f ill dit-.l a
Eczema. I triedsomt of tht. I ,e-t h it,-ei iI- :i ci t 'luntr,. l ui ihl,'\ ii..l in.-
litt'e m i.l.. t. lh,. .:p.mi. of a y1 h:,t,, i, r, (, --

t a!,i-(, r\ \ rit: -t f <'lo .I ,1,, r. I;1,: thn won I
.,l J ,pl. I l t~ la !. onI'th -';r.t 1%t. 1 Ahich
w4uII a uIrn a i,, l ti,. :lud itcm: e nt. fh, r, i- no,
la II.1,,r it. I l i r.* in-id,. of th. ra. l p t .1 a ,f
.,11 i n th y l i -, i ;i. l" i t -,it.h n, qn' ik,
Liv% w-.. vbil, all'iar. nld :i -.I. ;,-i Ia '.'eI t':ati,
w:rtn. thi. ?l r in rrii ; dl itthhit watabttl -gin.
Nighlit afttvr dii1hit I w tt d l eIwi,.'dl n t ia l
scr:otch :.w,! alhn,-t ;., %% ;,1 I I t : ,4.x ,.4
.I 1' t l I t it irn!t. :1 i. T I Ti, I ,1
i ai l tNT. I.nid t v th Iithor.Osuh trial
\ -arol after a f, :i ,li,.,i,,t:- I ot 't heh, r.-
i lit4-" .i1i1 il miiiniat ni i o di-i. wl .ir N f,,:, I hjil|
u;ed one heox there wa-.ll lit :i -in if vc iera,: left. I i Il h lli;. : a ert
that $2.00 w, rth of I'. TIC .a i t: I c r 1 d in **.
J. POIrE. 12 l |th t.. .I' t-!, rP.


CUTICURATHE SET $1.25
Complete External and Internal Treatment for Every Mumor,





I t f1 COIM LEX I ONS. pn'. .t .l t i -k '. .. r.l .'-.. ', . Pt i.
t., l' ir t :. .i ,i t '' . IO t I Vl.ti I% A I A. . 1 n 'o i, i .
t !L l n -thl t ur st u .l. l i a V L ;!ti>'r. .n i [ u t i I, I: , I', .i






Delmonico fotel and Restaurant

s ALL OmDERS SERVED ON SHORT NOTICE
AT ANY TIME AT REASONABLE PRICES.

11 .^ -1 CRooMs for Rent by the Day. Ua +,k or Month. : F n/
rV- 31, 312 North 'arragona Streit, Cpp3sit i, Jio Depot, ..
0 -Teiephone 68. -0
r t -- ;.*.GEO. WILSON & CO.,-,*:
v -. -Don't Forget to Stop With the Fat Man. .
U HAT ANY TIME AT RD EAHSONABLE P RICE .
FRESH VtG{ !.],S E{OiVi0D IARY. !MltOLl81 AID RETAIl.


iftIle l1'ri r lB r d- i
litt I i. I ill I i .lt.t .


Pensacola, Florida.


-.'.HILL\ I .


A- ''It-tir


First National Bank

OF PENSACOLA. FLA.


WM. H. K:(. VLOLES W. A. I;A)LNT. C-. C. KIIM', ,. 1. lf 'i t. .JR
D. G. RENT,


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Gcrm-.tciv.-, r,.vc '. A1 :- .-ly, Holsh:t 1,;-; a it.. !ir i~-'.,Nor
W".Y. ?vw'e-ir ... iiiir~ak i. 'I:rr P.u r ~.-A -i:'
-it I ~~.-~r-'1 L: rFat-n-ra b'th Tf": !Pr



~S~r~yDepositt lsoxes fcn- Rent In Co-'.3metion
V7114h Wit! C .'I WO blh. 2 Thtlf W8Arl rl.-ent 1-:)T the 0UI
of R.Onforu.


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M. A~2 ERY,


M N! V~' AD JOB;R0

B4"Mx It-GANrdw ar

Irok Na!:.I~- >2eR '- ~I zi ad ~~~l)sa~ij ~

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A U I",N-*l f .- !"-s1..,:. i ;.

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G .:,lady


JOHN McDAv-D. |)'[\J( LION iEER!

REAL ESTATE AND BROKERACE.
I ITY Pui il f V I.' I .\ I .'TI l
\NID PI I ,, I 1-61 -
FPOI .-A .! .


Loans Pliced at Reasonable Rates.
S-' ,- F,.t- I;f -- r iuTn'a t ;rf-s .


H. A. WATER,

Butcher and Green Grocer.
I 9 PHONE I 72


-Imuportere and Ilealers :n-

Chinese and Japanese


I 'rodedu(ae Da i IY.


*--Fancy Goods,-*F Shop, Rear c Johnson & Son's Store,


I.NTE NDEC< I.-TREET.


:.'.r ... lyv all Phy-iis-j .-- .- t,-
"uivy F,*-'r abl-olute-ly free fr tr'ii :i'il-


Geo. Pfeiffer, Agent,

PEN. .A( 'OLA.

Try It. O1 Tap at all SaluoI.

RAITES.


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4 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 21,1900.


THE DAILY ?4~wg:
Ustwerd at the Poswt Office at Pensacola.
VIra- as ewronG-clat.s mat tt-r.
'WFICV.: Pitt Iul~ding.:1,11. Kouttki ala-
-fz street. up-stairt.


THE JEWS PUBLISHING 00.

Terms-lnavi~ably in Advance.
Oue Vear bye !.!ac
#~mn Noeth% 46.e
Tbrop Mon t 1bI
"inC 34ontt-.
(NewWe"It. by (a&rr;. r. pa ub.#- Mondaiv I-

THE WI' KNKY NEWS:
Pistuto-dev' --.ry Fzd at S1.1 1,-,r yeair
Postage fr"..

TtLEPHONE NO. 118.
Advertising Rates Furnu't'hidon Applicu~,,n.


This paper Is on file with the
SMIllSADVERTISINO CO61
Esdset Building. St. Paul, Minn.. where
acutsebers. sadverisers and others may
oesane it and wheret estimates will be given
urvinepaem for GENERAL ADVERTISING

PENSACOLA. FE?. 21. 1900.

Tim nNeeJr~ra iavim ue- offer-;
tile. fellowir 'uIllel-e_,- rmd
for the- tru': -*. fiI
Iett i. '-e~e.'etie' I C- rt.,-%t m.-n tee
latur.'-. a'diK-~t. t-v:.-si '
Ulejow Ii.'li-i ea-I.r- p '41 (.rih ~I', J~
e~i is %.NI46ii fti.a l.'.t IIIAI 34t' J;)14I)1)- 1Iv
ilastwe sa il.d-. It4fIf, A (r.";Icut pt 6 t~1'qzIa'iem
a.4 mevi' talok.' (e'iuloi,wt.. it nru-tiri- th-i.
1 iwafa4I of huinansh hei(eI. it') cc3:1.
in a *seof blood.
A THolWI:(HTFI'iI. 'It1ze-'.m* !t iitF-,
Const re~ntly ixad+-.a lit idal v I i"cple
done 44 thp M044 uniiq'oo ii'aal tu-f-fitoief
the tiiaiiv IIrf'*tits ti ,ii '*i'ed by t I..
happy' jpair. I- wa; a .:meild -::n-c]'?Ii-

14cl''a tW-pq r 'ah-ta t i- trtily
conitnttietdab~lt a-iaer -!ij1ll ave
rea~aced(Ithe 'ml- te-rn Fil-lr-
ida- Tic -NJ ws will oexp-uit a .greatt-r
and m'er+- ~:antifv jug lieracr't-e to, lt-


"IfiE v til':ofiCieI'. t U:.' Fl ri-
da Chiautatiejiltu. rograrrifo~r tt 1 i
year 'Ar*, .djdtooe be e-pitc'ially fini-'.
both IIin tI4-'('tielk atide] 4-eXPt'eI'l. and]
arob gre-atly etI. eevf-d y all att,.'njajIt-.
Some 4fl111- te')4 t Ii)u-wCA Italf lit eel
theiat'utitr% lma- ho--i e 'iaidaijil
doubtles-i tile e .xpti-,e-to) the rflna ii-
agenio-ait hia- to ain4ne'I t-ienci' lit=i (1 *r-
able it#.IIa aet tie,- (,4-t (fIt .- .-ie*i
THI:Ni ~d+-ire. toeo Iig- h
adoptieema cutIadfeparture, tie wev-ri.
front the previu- (iici-teem. liv the#
0-Mplovilne-iat. at tIII#- lio-xt e'--ion. eef
ant elnttir'#, c-eI-p.. f 1UIn .A cecrrn 1.1u-
toT's froisi1 tfime liur.e--'tamiloer- .4Floor-
ids niu-ioiait'-. re-id+-nt :eehit 'll-re
,-actcehi andIJat.eIII:# rt peel t- IlieIthie
1-tate. A I:'. mn-rtita(dtIm- k~ind
woul io ;I e ..treaol)0 r, eetl .eitee
te tethe he' go 11-mi 4' i) 4 t~i.
t.Upjaee'rt t a*- 1ee.4'eejle-' Ieat't -tadte-f ie.e
x ci eteatoti.-o-- ef.rr i-c- !uint-; Ii-


An I'd .uv-aa, q rial I tfoiee
The 'folloicuwl # Cxtrmn't- ft e-tt at
ed it ail i A I ;t Ile-I;, Imte I'ste -;i-- t o4- fe
the Flleaidh i 'heel 1t'e it I,.,a I.-i
hAu'p tee 11-11exm'.'t!".I, I I'd oeela -P
int.eIdeut-of ee liueLc ]nm-! ilel h
e-ditlte 41t I 1 e' ..e lt-Ait Iiue'ai
-Prolf.T'. 1~t'i-'i-wem i
Un olat ta --me Ifti lit
zia rihe t ii 1CC f'1% '' i'' P I,
fisaing ola (It-am b i .. t e Ifk' :e I !em--

I I (be gIstv m1; 1Inek- Il-ic e '(C
indteatsar% I tii wame. 4'm-A:j .ii it eli- t-'
Lulwalcr ,.drlic-.t Iiie 'a;' A 2 pe:1.-
vaed"1q.11 tee Itk.- '3'. et --e I 'a.i -i I i
tivir'~ 5'.e i''as '-1, ec '- r. I.
114111 l 5 1 t etII3 e4'-'-3l. .ce :3
Y'leq-V e ge tl,.- erc.t - -i.h -




ace lcut e'ei.. i -' ~ I
ml,. Sto it-1,! l 'I. it%2 -I i'--
and ~ It-i.Is-1%-14.l---- ~12 --





Glb eI ?Set3hadt -a, :- '

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a'eIMe'.1. I-'ta iest W.",' -- 7 ' a- .!- -

tb. atie f e-.. a. *: I '- ',:i -


wab iCll ;a"' .u, 'I,;;iv t n"i

ALt. to j'rd-% C'? I *it
tA-t [h- *tat"- e'c et I -3 I*--ie 'C -
.-6.w'.%% heI e-l I %t-yvk 1:s-oiI i t.
most t ge)mI.MtndAt t I'Ue"I P i...Ij 3'*' ,1 ii. te
we'll Ithe- fcoue itteiitl l a fls h-i ~r -v ukti ornai
struc.tarc' Sect-fore -'he- pjes le' ie- upper c-te'i ie-s.
vitry bighl or I and'..ti em v-- ry .ie-4rT'

2aruie (rast-twanaec to Rent
The C 4'mru ivu&l t'ciititittCP hInmt.; I
ha tad 41 v- le za u i I'e- tli11 -sne-- W11i cth C.14IIi
he' me-tIt at !-1--tks~ctlensl~lew SCe'ie.


Y. M. B. IL
The League Elects New Officers at Its
Regular Meeting.
The Young Men's Business League
met at its rooms last night and elect-
ed officers for the year ending De-
cember 31, 1910, the said election
having been deferred from the day
fixed therefore in the by-laws. Vice
President Wm. Fisher presidi d. and
in the ab-ence of the secretary, C. A.
C'oate was chosen secretary pro
tern.
The minutes of the last regular
meeting and the called meeting held
on the 13:h of February having been
read and approved, the secretary
pro tern read a communication from
Hon. S. M. Sparkman stating he
would do all in his power to secure
the passage of the bill now pending
in the house of representatives pro-
viding for the completion of the
military road from the city to tihe
national cemetery. A memorandum
from Secretary Daniell was also read,
stating that he had received, but
had mislaid. a similar letter from
Senator Taliaferro. On motion the
same were ordered filed.
A communication was read from
Mr. H. H. Thoruton referring to the
matter of the removal of the head-
quarters of the lighthouse board to
Key West, and on motion a special
committee consisting of Mef-rs.J. C.
Watson, H. H. Thorntonand Walk'-r
Ingraham was appointed to act in
the matter.
Mr. J. R. Keller, chairman of the
special commilnittee heretofore apl-
pointed to consult with the1- city
counici l coieeeruilig the illp 'ove
nent of the streets, and Mr. W. IH.
Ferris.a member of the eomtnitti-e.
reported that the city oflicial- had
tilen consulted. and had stAtdl tfat
the city authorities were already dt,-
inti all in their power, with the
ineahis at their cominland. to iml-
prove the condition of the strip f-,
and that the ballast from the qui:r-
antilne station could linot bh i.-d
without a rock cru-her. whui(!i tc,-
city was unable to buy at thiz tilm-;
that if the amount due- tthe city for'
its intere-t in the county lquar:altiile
"ttitolini. juirchased !by th-' -.ttat-
hboard of health, c, uld bt) e- ll-',d.
ti'- city could il iircha-.- a oc k
fru-her and on muchti nior than I i-
inow able totdo ioir the -treet-. ()it
il,-tion the lliaitte- WAt- cotl ili-
ued. with a s-igg t-ton Itroii thic'
r'liair th:it the-'* (c mlliitte,. sho=t ld ta i-
irt---- ti foer, il Coelliilli 'ati'oi to
tl,- co( iiicil 'on the -tubjf-ct.
'ndl -r t lhe ta-'ld of Uilltihi-ih:'.d hu-i-
ne-s- Mr..l. C'. Watsonl r-feriedl to
the- fact t h it the 'oll-ctor'- i-tiite r-
-ihip li.-t colltainie-( tlhe nail.l-'- e f
firni- a"- owin dui--. ail that tt t'cl-
le- t dil-s a- floei on1 1 I itil),'r firoe- i
a fir i. whil- ea ; oif t li e l, -lith oif
,other tr ivi- paid dil-' individually.
iap[e tar,-d to ha l le iiaju-tice. (OI lii0e-
tii th-*-.cr'etrtary w.e- i:i-trii .* (d tot
a ti.-' rtaiii alId i- 'prt at* tie next
iliee-titii if :inly firt-in we-re- ac- ; t lly
tl'i'yi il. 'naiiiia! -r'-ltli diu,- t.nriirti'll,,
It11 of 1 1 :1, 1i1,i, h '-. t I P to ,oy th, 1
i[rivile s. of etllii h,'.r.-hip.
tI'der thet lhead of ne-w lif-i !e-'-
th- apjpli'atiion-i for iat 'inte-r-!il C I
.M1,-r-r. Jioli )liehaliu aiel Huiih B.
H:ttlion were- t-iake- up mitid ea;ii 'c f
the -:id :applic it.- wa- uli iii-
iloii-ly Cli t,', to, m i -tah'r-hii,. The
e I 'ti ii of officers i or l t e e.-)li-i!1i
ye-ar wa- th,-n i ioete.-d.d vit!i. i.-
Pr -' i.,i e. M r. \\ 1 r. H -,'ir. ,Ir .
*. ,*i,..l \ I. ,' ( ..:r .' 1 1. i Mi 1t- 1"

' Tlie l i. ; ',, -tt',t[,ei-(i tie tl .e ,,i-x." lIi:, -
t L.e ,ti ie 11 i ':: 1ij i t i e i e i-


l'-.r i.'le ti 'ir. h erir'ftly ii,'-I;- i;-
-tril,'"ha tri la t i ly :i- t' ';i '. L ,.I
Iiel 't'i r at 1 it-" ,,I l l, -! ; .' il "; it
o., l -t:i; tld i -.
T h<, e |b0ilii fi, rt!,* r h m.l-I i, -- .
t!i, I. a i il aJ t t rn ,I to I':,. l,.xt

r,-^ l -ir Iml- tiin., th, fir-' 'Tl'e--tl 1"
*'i; in t a. ii h at 0. o t c;,

'l'i,- i ,!t-:i- t l' ,i.t;' ; .,li ha .i. < .f "i'i-
A.I '. or -t r "' te t-I It. i t i' i tie- i<
iiru't \v ih a li t; \;ni ,f '.\: n-
l, ,I l !. d W i ,,, w lrr. ., l4 1S,,.' 0'ii,. l i-
lil ii,-Oi- A I ;ti:l 'I il ,* -it iv I I
-' .,, l, le t 1u-' ,,er litt,.a th it the
h:iek intl I i ]len i t i -il x rieec!illy".
A v-i- -iti -titii, t, r I- hi i ,, .
; -,'. : lid i .


If I'-Ii',aaa e gIt r i .r.a ItI/atperei i- e'i'e
11 1 '.1 T N i I f- 1





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.4 1le V rhlt. tie- (AtI(it) NJ Pr:

a MZ l'ict(lre- a ii] the1ImIOitavle
t rrott.
Train 1Iav-a"'t-'- eweat -,:31ca:. In.
FAre fr ie- r wid] rip. -,(ee.w-11.


Headache
fli~ousneig. sour stomach. constiraa-
Cton. *i'd all liver ills are curti Iby
Hood'rs PHIlS


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Ai Tornauo Swoops Down on
West Hill.


Several Hounes Wrecked and Trees
Torn Into Tatters-ile Stormn
Reached an Extreme Velocity of
bixty Miles an Hoar-Bay Fiiled
With Drift Timber.
The storm predicted by the weath-
er bureau came last ni-ght and did
considerable damage in the bay and
about town.
At 10:35 the wind had reached
a velocity of 36 miles an hour
and soon had electric light, tele-
phone and telegraph wires in a
tangle, the lights going out on sev-
eral circuits.
By 11:10 the wind had reached a
velocity of 42 miles an hour and it
blow great guns, close around this
mark, for an hour, an extreme veloc-
ity of #) miles an hour berlin reached
at 12:45 a. m.
The storm continued with fury un-
til 2 a in. then 'oderated.
While it has beten fair all this
foiretnoon.the wind ,as b-,en blowing
;tt a ve-locity of 34 liilt an hour.
A repolirter ot THI: Ntwsi madv a
tour of tie town thi-i ilrning anid
noted danlmage done by tU i st. inm ius
foellow-:
Th, shotin gal-lry tent on(
South Palafox -tre.-: wa- torni into.
tatters.
Th' roof of the ack tilery of
Porter'- sail ieoft wis blown entirely
iove-r the building. a'ioss Pahlafoex
-treet. and cra-hed into the Hannahl
building oln the east -idle. slatte inag
the g.-s front, te-ai t.g down peo-ts
wrecxing d(oor- and window u ani,
leaving the- telephoiine)- and eli-'tric
light wires in a taiigle-d iia--.
The skyliglit wa- blown iiI tthe
PIll t's aitti'- and ithi b i-wk ., il~ary
wa- wrecked.
'ii s bay i- filled with drift titelti i'
a; d se-vei'ral -mnall bo.,t- \v,-ie d(ivei
a-.lio;'#.
Th bark L^niflow, whlic; wa;t
a'ichiore-d in the stra'iii dr;a:_~e d ( i-rr
anchiir illtn brought iie -,tl0 ai:d
aou iid at W ittichi'- whai t.
A lilhte-r loaded with luniHber ie -
lenit oSii to Silpson & (Co. ranik ee;
ltiilroad wharf.
'1 lie b-irk V'erd tiili, Ii'-, ilongiin to
E. E. Kaulnder-, which wa- tid tup
at Palafo)x wliarf. ire .h-r .':iir
line and swung aroiind in t!.*- -;i;,
but w,.- not damaiil d.
31 lit Tornado.


Npw; rpoaeii-d thiis owfuk-i'i' ii!1% t!,i;
nomirnlrg-thatt out os. t-!--~t 1-iii th
'-tecrln hmul (I-'veleje-d iiitee i ti:imi. -t
tierniadli and that grvat d(ittilthvi' iad
C apt. ID'.'amv f ttie 1`4i O f r C
c(.iirt#-'otl'-Iy enairneul if t., '. It--
portorh-l-Il;fill,- heir-e. i'I.;italikg, inim
toa visit the -'n..wiich iee-'lecug
to he m- them hen-reel
The- teuarlmt liwaj.. fn l Owthe '-hutI-
w''.t anid mloved il'l ;ia jii'ivith i-te'r-ly.
uiii.-cti.m~. hon-mlllaig,rl 'a il'l Ji,,
cfeli e* tory, amid Ie-avi;::iia lealiciw tlit
iOf d. '-:rzictaeeli ill it-4 WvakeV.
Mr. 1'En:-- i'rcn- twfe-"t-teily 1lino I*
re--iliii'ewta- lifted] trioit' -utndid -
tie)n mid ]tw.i-tv.d mdt of lte-.Ialn.
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AivLmgiii tit leei'o c Inmrai who.'e('Ii#
.'.Ir.i,,z-iltrfe m"tvzi ee1;r-o' lea-' clif;ael
po;iemritl *id haud Ia at La. -I, f1 i~-- j '
:it nI)-a.

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