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DiAILY


NEWS.


VOL. 30.


PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY AFTERNOON, FEBRUARY 22, 1900.


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


FORTIETH HT:NNUT;L STATEMENT OF



The Equitable


AS I SURhNCE


Of the United States,


SOCIETY


FOR ITHE YE-TR ENDING DECEMBER 31, 1899.


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LIABILITIES.


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INCOME.
i'r,: ::a ,e.i i,'.- ......................$ 4 '.:~t;i :142
( i-'!, "' V.* ; < r int.,r.-~t andl friliri
t ,. r u'rc . .. ... . . 11 11 .: 1

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DISBURSEMENTS.


D -) at l !' i:i ............................ 1. S 71 1,2'.s,7
;; Matnre-d .mi,hd I)i-<',ln'led EIndownl,-ntt- 1.4;6i.P!'2 H1
.,:T! I T..7 Maturdt- I),.ferred D Ivvidend Pollie.... 2 ;:S; 15 I t
A i.nuitie- .................... ...... .. F.. 4 ..-I.'>h 5
Surr-n(iaer V';ilt-. ...................... .26 i.:* 2 42
7i7 ,:;7i; D)vidend- paid to Policyhiilder-....... :. ,il.,,4 68

1, 4 l I'aid Policyholders......... $ 24.107,541 44
0',,mmi-ions, advertising, posta,,ge and
*- eI a I-xchan;ge .............................. .41'2.43.86
All other paymients; Taxes, salaries,
.(, ,.2; 111 medical exaininations, general ex-
.274 4 ;,4 l pense &C.............................. .5,02"i.&,"i 69
Sinking Fund. Reduction of Book val-
lues of Bonds purchased at a premium 3t12,4t4o 00

Disbursements ..............$ 34,882.025 .9


ASSURANCE.
instal'i.-aIt IPll it-t.w kated at thie,.rCo nitI'I 1 \a- I'ue .
Outstanding assurance $1,054.410.422 oo


Assurance Applied for
in ISQ() ....................$
Examined and De -
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New Assurance Issued S


237.356.,6 Ioco

34,054 77-.00

203 301.32 00


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DIRECTORS.


W. ~' A [e-xa rid.-r.
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Janite.- H. Hd..
T~. Jet~ffr-am Coolid-P.

iota ii -clil A~toir.
Go-orz'- J.(alu
A. V-en Sauitvoeerd.
FEdwm'ut W. Latntwrt.
a-, W-i. C1. Van filsuan.
)I. M. -A l-x:a iader.
'I. la-eitt Caav'er.


JoihnAri. Stolw;,:t.


Johni ii ica 11.
Wni. AI'-'XiAld-r.
Miarvitn 11 ugoiait.
H .1. Fatirchtild.
MI. E. Inglls:.1-
D)avid H. Mu'otTat.
Brayvtotai vi-..
C. Li-d'a'er l il-wl-.
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OFFICERS.
W ine t. Alexander. P,*,-- .
J If Hy'de. I O'~ age F. ''aarbe-l I-------1 V,. 1'-
F ~ ile I-wil-air.7l -?Vo,. -4.,at"f.rThiomas 1).J.Ja(idni. '',-,a'.*
Will raiiiAlt xandtadr. Sa ~idney D. Ru pl--y.TI-a:,,r
H. -%Iel ntvr-a. A a~a %.~~ '-Jame, It. I.n Ri. ,p*'o1 -(1'-.u
IV1dwar~j W. LmIMtr. ND. I..dward Curtis:, M. 1) IM.,"- ,,/t/ i' ,,'"".


Levi P. Mort.nm.
Au lgt elmont.
T:,omias T. E-kekrt,
Jamtii- H. Dttnh.am,.
,iliney 1). ipl,-'y.
.lohin J. M1c(' -ok,
John E. Se..rle-.
S.aiitinl N Inaia-::,
S;,, W. W ( !lrit,,;,
1.. P )0lldilot Co(',l,
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.\ 1I i:-oin T'rask.
J. -. I,-Navarno.


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S Pensacola, Florida.


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I 'Tf{RIFFIC AND


BLOODY BATTLE


The Forces of Roberts and
Cronje Clash.


BaUtl- It ,-n1 Sunday and Was still
in 'r,'o re.s VYste-d*y-L' -sse
Very Hleay oin Boih SIden-Cronje
Strongly Blarricnded and his
Farcp, aret l)tliant.
Loi >I\ F#b. 2.-One o(,f tl:h
bl.,(,die-t a:d ii.-t ,costly battles of
the South African war began Sun-
day in the vi?-i;ity of Paardeberg
drift.
tien. Ke(lly-K-e.a:y. while in pur-
suit of (-en. Cronj.-'- force-, caught
the re.ir guard of the Boer armyat.
Klipdlrlft arid followAd t)h burghers
to th- Boer laaier, at hKomdoo.raud
drift. Where the action b.ean at
daybreak.
The British mounted infantry
drove the Boer rear guard up) the
river toward the main body of 'ron-
je's army, while another body of
mounted infantry maneuvered on
the right front and flank of the
Doers.


The British main body advanced
to outflank the Boers' laager on the
north bank of the river.
Gen. Kelly.Kenny having seized
two drifts, found the Boers strongly
enclosed and ordered an attack, with
the Highland brigade on the left
and Knox's brigade on the center
and right.
(ien Smith D1)orrien's brigade,
raiseded the- river and adv.,nced along
the north haii:k.
'ThFli round( was lo've ol n)both t-
north ainJ soith bank- ;,nd tht' ad-
vance. ulonl the ope'ln plaill wa a
deadly on,.. the Hller ;guns niowin.:
down the ilrititlh a :1hv'y advanced
and inflicting tt'rrible losses in d -',
aiiu .)undrd.
The battle wa., an exa
of thi- Modder river hlatte. 1he
soldlii.rs were under fir, all day
long ;land all thie fighting w;a- with-
out defluite re Iult. as tia, l:,ai;.r
wa'- we-ll larricaid-(l antol the- Hallwr-
reiin:in, l1 therein. 'I'Th Ii;t;-li
lielli '1 i ti ltaige-Ir vig irou vly ardl
lh- i. r- r' nf' -s f--- ha: ti, l -t
ovter ,^n 10 l(, ..
T''er' itir s,' llig -'I wIa- re-t-m ,:' d
Monld ,y. andl (ti;n. ('rollije, t-k,-.l .
t1 : l't!)l!n ic t) (,r< fr hi- w ol!tllob (I.
T' ll-da\ t0;. 4 h. llii w. i r- ti; li
'nid over lifty ; g n t" urged d l'-ad n111:
l;4,-r ca;llip.
\V dl.i.-day fifty pri-oinur. w4-ri
'; t:;r d frf im : Hie.r lK pj.. btit
(;,rn. (' (in;j -.-till hlds thli p1 ,-iin.i .
0(',1l!n 1t(l1;id tlnt t; t t;,- bt-II ,t-
t i-i:::':ing I to relivet- ('Cronj.-. ti t hii-
l,--. :av- e-n li heavy aind l.z- cmai-
;in i ii -eatttr, d.
A tl-ip:itchl from Stork-lIpint sav
li,'- r'ilport that nri-'\',- are untutrunig and iarnd that he
i- n, longer chief in c coliinnd of the
H'i'r arnny.
A ii-;'atc(h rec-ived at the war of-
fHt-, firn iLord Roberts statfE- that
tli-' Bi.r-,r have been driven otf in all
;lire--.tii'is. leaving many killed anid

11 IY FILiES I'OTL;.ST
A._ Ainst Britis -' Sei/ure of the Sabinie.
I. 'N*iN lFt'b. 22.-- Amiba.-s id4r
(Choatt lhas received a di-pattch frian
se.cr.tary Hay prtt->tin; a;aii-t
the s,-iziur-e if the- Sabint, budii(l
from:n N-w York for Dritis- rtc- in
.', hii! Africa.
S.i-crit:ary Hay characteriz,- the-
- izUIPr a- inllif l sa1' tyV alnd iy- thte
tritit-i could have effectually pro.-
ve-inted the tr;atnferpence 4of eiatra.-
t.arld of war to the Boers after the.
cvir.,o of the' Habiiav had been lanwled.


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RICH TEXAS LADYSIITII


GOLD FIELDS NOT YET RELIEVED


New Finds in Chispa


Moun-


tains Causes Excitement.


SProspctor% : ne Itlihting ts tlie L.-
c'alm ;.andl Three Hundred 'Claimne
Hav .11.enatly een lnoiatrd-i i-
Ial in llicthliner and EIxtent lhe
Ne A .t inmedan Fields.
A .- IN. lex 'Feb. 2'2.-New dis-
coveriesof gold of wonderful rich-
ness have been made in the Chispa
mountains in Brewster county and
there is great excitement among all
classes.


Mining Expert Russell says the
ore rivals in riobness and extent
that of the New Alamedan fields of
California.
Prospectors are rushing to the lo-
cality and over three hundred
claims have already been located.


Boers are Again Hotly Bom-
barding the Town.


Thoiuh it a I Said That Ihey tre Vli-..
iiig and I lie Shelling of LaIdytsmt
is to Prevent White I'rtm Helping
Buller. who Ip Still Advancing.
LONIxow, Feb. 22 -The HlTer are-
again bomibarding Lady.nitlh from
Bulwana hill and Kla.;unbank 0i
pouring shot and shell iut,) the city.
This news surpri-ss London, as it
was supposed that the Rtoers had
dismounted their guns and that the
relief of the town was assured.
It is generally believed, however.
that the reports tnat the Boers are
fleeing from Natal :are true, and that
the shelliniarof Lalynmith iA to pre-
vent Gen. White from helping (ias.
Buller and to cover the retreat of
the Boer force.-.
(len. Huller's forces are d(anio


THE BW'NI'CKY MUDD'I ,E. c,,ntantly nearer ntd hi* a.agL se
is watched from the town.
(Giub>ri.atorial <('o Ion Legal Iaas forces in the vicinity of Ladyitotb
;are rushing to reinforc.- I en. Cronje.
LosIV ILLE, Ky.. Feb. 22.-The who is- Ilhtinio Lid lob.rtb.' forces
signin ii( of thO protocol yesterday by de-spt-rately on th. road to l'oeum-
tie attorneys of iov.s. Taylhor and font-nii.
Heckham has brought th. gubornra- western Waterways. Approipriaton.
trial contest to) a point where it will MEMPHns, Feb. 21.-The committeeof
"ought out on a leg il basis. Un- Memphiana appointed to go to Web-
..r *1o a'4-ee: .r Judge Field of ington in the iaterest of an appropria-
the' Jfiferson L4,...-. circuit court
vwill tr:' the injunctrin sul& and the lion for the imorowmaeas of weete
'-.*-* will *t once be s.-nt to the stat,- waterways will leave Ire Saturday.
c-tart olf atilppals. the decision of March i. The committee is opposed
whiich is to. I- final. I of t: fo lowing: Mayor J. J. Wal.
hamp. chairman; George -kene. secre-
la.hongto n's Birtlhday. tary; Juage J. T Litbam, John Over-
too, Jr., A. 8. Ca dwell and W. J.
W~ rfl\(.rix, Feb. 22.-Wa.t Ling- Crawford. The original inenDrioD waq
S*:,i'p tirthd:ay is beinr eob-.erv-d< as to go to Washingion. leavingg here la
S-:rw': holiday, I)aniks-. 'xclih:in', Marcf, but because of recent advTice
.s;. bhu-intls liiu.?es bein- g cl.- l d from congressional representative to
i:.i t !i l lyving everywh,-re'. The the efft-ct that unless quick action is
w, ath, r i- v-.ry ntnfav.rtable. Ad- take no riv-er and barbors appropna-
S;:'te- from :nll p-art- f the- e ni,tittry t, on bill wil be presentitei at this d*e-
-tow t,..u t th.,t la iiiiry of V -i!liig.- si,,u. it was deterriiian id the wisesst ol-
:* :. ;- l-i i' I nr iv.-rl aIy li'liiored. iy to get to the c&p:tcl at tmu earniee
possible uotaant.
In Tie I'lhilippinep.
MANI.I \. l"'*b. 22.--W:a-!iniiton's lUniolo IBoycott- .spirtilnd.
birthday I- Iring <,luietly c.-l-.brated K V.SAS .S' CII. b. 21 J.(!gud'stover,
-re. IThe Amriat.- ii i.I.- that we.r in the cr:ut court. bhai uc!'Aredt thai
r -ite t ld h en er labor union hid the e gal right to pas
rai-f-d at thli- wlho;m hom-f- a;il tht
cat'hlldn -ati nlr patr iotic it -. Th.i in force a pa(-eful byoutt avainqt em-.
mr111 inis of the c i-e'r Ihltimn r,- players of nonunion labor and had a wp
were give-n a holiday. There will ga: right to try by peace,ful and fIr
lie .-v-.iing xerci-,-s at the Soldier'- 1,rsuasivo meaus to Iuduce cuosomeu
institute. of a boyconed 1lrBon ur firm ro q~t
that person or tirm annl patronize em-
Catholic" i'ilgt ine IHletssed.. pl yer tof union workers. 1 be decltion
w.Ks ima to in the suit o' JH f i t Kck. a
It., >E. Feb. 2-.-Tlha' Pope visited vateriuary. who aaKed 0.0 daimag ee
St. Peter- at no'in to)-day for th"t against nirniber- of th-' 31Mter H lrse
pIurpis. of bl,-s .ii several -rrni f P.,erq' Protective a,,oiia'ion .ta Kanesw
pilghriiin-. If-, war enthiusiastically City and tiie Jonrnevnmen' Ihorls
re-ce-Iv. J by HI K pil.rii-.. c-uers' un:on No.. 'J for L,,ycotting hbe
nnaFifth n Con horesehoetng shop. The jury
Sfth lvlelon fCroO TuI-lel. under lnotrua-tiin frminl the court. r.
LO'a), ', Feb. 21.--4.2' p. m --The turned a verlit't for the dlfeiuants.
war ,thi ')e haq received the following I
from General Bailer: "Cheveiey AIuI.etIrA, (a. cleb. 2i.--Ta ework
Camp, Feb. 21.-The Fifth division DA. A Feb .- wo
crossedd the Tugela today by pontoon' in the im:litary department of the Norts
and drove back the enemy's rear guard. I (,Geor., Agriculturai c ,,iego at tbies-.
our naval 12 pounder silencing all of( ,it jirosenr an atoiorefig feature.
tue enemy's guus." 'The dietss have been divitned intosig-
orma d. nal. bhliograpu and art:l.ryv iluadeead
-ix.congressman Do GnAM) IRAI'Dr, Feb. 21.-Ex Con- naiinm wa'b flag and belihoraph and to
gressian Charles C Comstock died at artili:ry practice. An attractive bit of
his residence here last night of pneu. worA ty tooarti lery qa-is tine di&-
oontinl and n.ocuintg of the large
muDna, aged 2 year. Hie was one of Incih t ld pi.cts weilgbcn over f.
tLe pi,,neer manufacturers of Randd .ond whih twi-.v l.arn wiau prartite
,aD)ids and iai mawsed a large fort, o acc ]'. -11 I,,i'ilirs Fir.. ,upply of a i.,jniuntioi lir tmrwst prao-
Ir l. 'i-e r u;1 t bta e n re-iv.,i t rr.r, tbh
"Pir-;.' !r:,. l"at, o waru-1 -t a an t.ew .. nter.
Met'iol l:'u:n '-V of I'-d(eral street tiih % e t.iL;g 'or \ .. L-,'.:. :I i tlIw %teks.


cv.was neetr-)vf-d by ',hre today. '1 hP
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Cr' wer,- 1; :'.Lg i.zu~iess at the tinie
WL~eU t:;q Liart: 't! .aw is said to have
be-u iK(pr.1iD representative
I.-LE. -An. c'onitictel the inquiry. ex-
p.aineai tr, itthis waii a grf.nndwork lbr
;w~ging ti-e nee i (-)!martial law.
Fred C. H-,bertsoa. a lawyer of S;)
katie ro~eii ,*,ime origin of too labor
trontiues andti te riote.
Governor Steutieoberg proclaimed
that a state ot insurrectIOU eivezaiat and
several men were arrested x and put in
the -bul. pen." Mr. Roberts applied
fojr writs ot riabeaA cr-)rpu- for the muen.
but the cou-tii be-A tMat tney would wit
iutitrf.-r- witu The a(t:, n oi The govvr-
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Steamboat and Sawmill

Work a Specialty.




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TIE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1900.


MUCH SPECULATION

ABOUT LADYSMITH

.N', ..bsa:n;i:ai Reports of Its
Reliief Ecceived.

L' : D ROBLRTZ' STRATEGY
i i 1 r-. tl ii *D :;g ilo, oii- VIlih
i. r I ip ii 1 Ie-s*ilt to Draw
I i .A .., --o .o*iilmt llO l ielt

-e ,c no war c'..ce do-
.:* :: ; unat-.- *, -ub-*antiate the
:.- : the i ,-i f ,, l3.aivsilnitil. But
a.- : : *t Iroo- t tie public from
n0. t;;: queen i.a3, aa .n fore-
it *":.- ti. ..rrit.s a: la.. M.s.. an i
*i t i ill::;lJ ."Ate tll t ,- .al IIB\1%N
t-: :" pu .;i" e j;t i u ie ruayior
\ r. uti a- s -ro;ar' -Lf- "trA-
It. :1 : u:I u -i r. 'Ir u'.i L,iri
A .. .. : l.- ( ,-iii; i r O a nTi !itiz
S! ". ; < t-l~ !.ll l U.tr' -
'-- ;. .+.r I+-'' *r, Il v -gar %am t w. n
t- .' ,. ;,>r.. t : i: ).; tllt'i( t aux.ety ot;
*..-:t *-- .i- ti- ,i e ,h words are
.1 "u 'a-!i 0 i ;:. 1v s an-


U i, i > n e:."ra l \\ Ie .'
7 r iiI .thP ',iivla k'u t.I it:4 i
,, ; ,t'. \ -tV t:;-r-' i re oswav utic .- -
S .' It. 1,i:lt o nt y be;t 'eC Il t L-, v
.1 ; ,; i :in'i te ,fe
r.,I 'i a. r,-e ;,-: cf thi- .i,,tt:t o
: re..:ard- aii "a (ue in, r-, t,, ., i
-L I L ird R'itoerts' brilliant istrat-
: aw l WtC < t hf the Boers than to
-,- riu u .i.er' unurnjrous assau.t,.
i,. : iues of thle rebnlt% of the battle be.
en (tenerai Kitciener and General
rn u;. reiuforced bv the forces tnus
*ira.n off fr(m la Id~mith., as expected
i,. .aituot syiichronize with the an-
ouonacmnent that General Biler has
reached his objective.
Tne accomplishment of the latter
vrect. however. to regarded with greater
SnfLdence than is the ability ot Ge(n-
* ra Kitchener to thoroughly cripple
general Cronje. for the Boers' general
.* proved himself so clever and daring
S .pping through the British lines
*:at. even if Lord Roberte quickly occu.
.1a Bioemfoftein. there are many fears
*.preseed that General Cronje might
re serve the effectiveness of bti
: e forces.
o ; war office this afternoon an-
it-ed that it had no news front other
es t here is yet nothing to throw
:on the main issues. Regarding
military conditions,. the niiiitary
.'*s in the afternoon newepapera ei
Sttie keenest eatlefaction at the
!- ,of the campaign. as revealed by
a-et newi. drawing attention to)
,,.t that whetberr uot Lurd 1Lb-
-* ,'(ceda in inflicting a ec'libive do-
ti. ne has forced the Boers to release
"- rip on lad vn.mtht. K tnter.ey.
an&0 and Lowt.e Nat. ihnUha al-
-ic tat the *oiewe of NMafeking itav
in f i* I ;<- er force riven i.:T
K i:t:t !t rv. hirilldlavoring ti() aeu. '
i :. iis-*t .: .I ti'' i nai (1 'dIJ dav,
-hl A if.it n I iz- i i t ii(rcei,
.. a .trrtnhi > atto-t'i itt" i, lrve't
t :te tu' w-r I. i-.i I v ith tni..lrt
;u*t;s irt i: te l.i .ti-i nr cnuted


'*. l' ,.' i< Cx ,oO ted to ar-
: r itat.s 1: o t .e itta'k rmida Iv
I' unmer's f(tre- o(tn Ti le r, er
ti i.et-.tied-d to' a 12-' i under. nar
t i'o %. uot far from (iAthe-
S-. -. w that as the Britasb were
_.._in uap tnhe hii in the dark.
.,:- a net of barbed wire. they
: the iofwr watch dogs. whogave
- u tni. The l.oers opened fire and
i**n chareed. but the Poers ex-
S : ,.yviantite rines, do:ng muc.
a: inid the Criti-h retreated.


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DAILY MARKET REPORTS.


COTTON.


NEW Yo.R. Feb
January ....
' eoruary..
.uarcn .. ....
April.
LUay

A u lne* '..er ...
o) t I : ,-e r
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ACTS GENTLY ON THE

KIDNEYS, LIVER

AND BOWELS
CLEANSES THE SYSTEM
D, E EFFECTUALLY,
v o.O5'- -r r

OVERCOMES
HBITAL CoNSTIPATION
--G PERMANENTLY


BUT THE GE~MINE MAN'F 0 6Y
CAUFNIAc16 SYI?VPC.@
psV. 1Co 3C a. o"% VO
--!G- bAU bycA. tF pBu i mut trit
App.1inIlles-oi I 1t-r .1J.l-- Taylor.
M1 LIu; 1:. 1'eb. 21 -News comes from
Wasaington that toe nanie of Hon.
Hlants Tayior of Mob!ile is being urged
for appointment to oue of the Philip.
pine commisrionershipq. Mr. Tayior is
one of the must accomplished and mrnes
popular mieu in the stare. He is a can-
didate for congress from tha First Ala-
bama district at this time.
Marrha-ll Not Itre'oglir-d.
FP.ANKFroT, Ky., Feb. 21.-TheDem-
ocratic senate met this inorntug at 11:30
o'clock. Lieutenant Governor Marshall
was on the floor and inimediately the
passage oif tue tl!i atose and indicated
his poreseince. but ihe chair refused to
recognize him. '1T ne l{vulbican senate
mret at 12 o'clock and ad;ournied nme-
diatvev unti- Friday.
4< v.v i.ui r't killed.
('>, t.I .I S. C'., Feb 21 --Wori
coileIt lr. B nt-u ii tiv. e that one (f the
c-, r -ti ,(i (n the Marit,,,ro county '-baun.
W.'Iz buried an ax in the head of Atmcs
4 .it 1-r. 111 '-narge -" ;:h. ang ant. ti lA
th.to- Ita,,;, u ,i -flirr to e:et aware (i ,rt"vr %as
i '-1"1 IiI ,n ;r tr ii ittii Iy.
lI11l*1 \.-.. ,, i'r tn, h-r.
lit \ -il F. a Feb. Ar-hie
M. .ir~ ry. a we .10, ,wi -lt:.'.u i-a k">*r, h.s i,. en ( ..:ivic'ted of man-
-.,a ; 'eh r 1iI t'If t'ruit co)Urt anti a"n-
el:. I to a et In ft TOa.rs ;in th pWnIl-
t,,i- ai.rv. Ml-t n ary i. .ied A lex l1-eit. .a
,i. ri p-.eacier, by btriKin; Z 1L wiIti
.iti t\.


I' ir.- at Tliii,l t -vi '..
iIt ;. -%\ 1i Ai:. (;a 'eb). :21 --i he re--
I-ien'e (o'cupliel by Mr. Y ung Melin-
tyroe. ust on the corporate hilnis, has
been ,rettroved by tire It was insured
in the Southern Muu.ial for $i-,.k:
The prope-ry belonged to tue estate or
(C'o!on l A.. T. McIntyre.
,t lml Hrars l) k A-'cident.


'PItI\(; Frank Stewar;. a prominent young
merchant of this pace is dead from
injuries received while horseback rid-
ing Sunday afternoon. His skuil was
- fractured by the tall. and he never re-
ga111ci conscionsues.L


Thre paa~use tobior
I l~" twatr thliro is si St' talk 4oft' ettltolot-

h.i 1114.I tIt SN-Sv o t .111i- t hingt, il t.-r
t-i o *ti ; 4 "m I itlea -o iid tt Io' : 1t --*, I l a -It.
%I-II loor. to) [jer- great :i-tooti-Omwni-zt
"I'n Is otu rs.:dltvthinik o
1os. 1(1to If tiothereis ntvt~laiit! onl
V3i1-11if: litati itN r tit :tooitt tithti tt!,- l."
f I i 114 1ilajl- 4.11tit :t1. ti t tI wItd : ro


.16r1 j.K N1Ill1-r. N'e-wtotiiI I 1 at-1 1
I't s l -wrt --.* I thtntk 1),~ t'
W I t I .-itittalz -- I SIIvt i-- i i tj, le a tvi
totr'too oiven ncet tit,..-.ikAll fratiduft-tl-it
t'-loruti~i- uI Iitat ion.s :1 re- w 4,1 t 1la1IPQ.. IhIa r..-i-
-. ~--il "Iiarniii:.-s-JoLti Stioppir1 auid S
K I.1oh [1.


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Furniture on Credit
I it., ful lih e, of il boar.i-
Si!I. in I 'ity'. W\ .trdo ,blC -.
-- i..r. f ,-vary ';. t (*' :; 't tor th fitn e-t
-'-* tery i-e' -ae ) -le initly1
: .1 ti l'' litl' c !.inai c'|i +t-.
: t!.: : 'i ntltl l ilt i : til f t-:
S: :ito-, ,t o. at O. M I';oy.i -
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1 3 THil; 1"1 RlIC.
:- t o( -5Jl < ti',,- ,.? ,f
.- t "ig,1 anud el1 :;l ti. ,t
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!It. ii""'. StarLt' izitrv.d
Vi-r t heo P.mvit v Til i i o le.



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1/" ipnt are r'ewdq to !(o" to
1em ose-keepidn !. let Ala rston-

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PRO VISIONS.

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NAVAL STORES.
\V 't Mi \. i, )\' i'.-ti. 2 .; rin' tu|p*n+
o>-. trt l i ,I '. 4 .: .4 : re eipts I'.
ir1de tiirpeltni; tnin tonit 2,'i I,.'$ rei-oipts
", Tar tirmi tat ;! :' r'e tni .'i ,.ii
SAVANNAH. F-6). 1:. Spir-ts turpei-
line rtrin att 5.t. receipts, lo,; sale I I ;
>* x; ,rsi. 0 os.in tirtn nil tian, i g'l.
re i-opi s -, :0' isaletI l.U.4 ; eexport-. 1.31".
Iltrrv- lK Iwrd.' Ietter.
M(,tN\, Feb. 20 -Harry Edwards
will seni 'copies of his open letter tc
Senator FPacon to all the United States
senators. He hopes to be confirmed in
tpite of the opposition.
I)W\Vitt'- Witch H:azl Salve i-.
tiil- -kinar dis-;.i --. It i ; tt oriiiiial
Witch Hi'-.-.l S.-lv. lewir. c)f all
( un.t.rfit-. I1t a i-' Pharmiacy.
.It -li: Sh-pptard and S. K;ahtn.

B1the The Kind You Hav Ahjs Bou'.M
Bignatue

LAHOR NOTICE.
AM HICW('AN FFDIIRATION ii- IAIOR.
L.A It,.,: -E:'.-S, Po rot N'l TI5 l' I No. s rli
PIN'aCOLA. lHa.., .*ml.
WVe. the Mortar Maker- ;and Hod
Carrier- of Peonacoila.; Fla., h.tave
orgatniized ti lilaorr's Protective
I'liinii undilr an A. F. < f L. charter,
lnuIltiber N.M'l.
Not inenier or imniihori will he
allo)w.d to) work wtti ith ii-n-t iiion li-
bl)or.-r 1' o (i nd aft-r theli ,'t! day v ,f
Marchl, ;Mllw.


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TliE (YSTI-.1, SE ASON.

Iit % m 1 I):
*I f.-Ir Iia t I 'our '..t-oon(,f af'.-t' 1
the jatr
An !I a .a ~o .,t .I i by1 vt -I()ft !terit de
'haL -m,,, (it Ius -h(prt I y1%%illt1wi:ntt1wie 4,up-
And il-,)t t heywill fo.r the Io-oop W;111
%%lid Ithi thte inkt -4t andtlfattist.
Ihi' .Voiiwxt.;-tit n t mir li vN ic 1
nIowA'bfr -;Ale. doora.- (ir rosw. r.:ody to I
chi:w. :a* his N'2ta ta~t tiu ca ii
di# d, hatrrel dIrayIv adl, wagom i oaid
-.1,~s Cal' oual.OW'fle to th" I if-li)*.4
hut-i vies.;theto.erviilg of regrulr ii'
will he-.disv~pttitjntted aft4-r ithi- wsek.
hu1t -;pea.i-a I a ,der-z will 1b#- erv ad at
:1 lv hour of t he day or iit.


meets every Mtil'ilayv o*v.n
Itng at 7::>. at M 'it-' It le itl.
in In lutchinson hall. W' t
I itendel'cil stro-et.
'i,,,ttng bretb ro-n cordially
welcomed..
II. Ho;,I.Vi U. '.
K.oR.& S.
0. W.
Iive Oak Camp No. 1 WiInidman of I th
\V.trhl.
M*-#-tq firat and third Friday iltght in
earch iionth. Visiting s (it -]t)'t'- r c, rli-
allv tnvit.d W. W. WVAI -sO .
S. It. TiiAM I K. Clerk. C'. C'.
MIEIt('ANT.,1 I PI
(Ifie r of' t'e S MuitI Houi ia'.
lit. !- ftet l it i on % ill tl l f t i- i 'rt'-iii ii.
t'hto o-.t'(r t w Il O l,.\ i ,t, *A ititi i lll In
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Kodol

Dyspepsia Cure.
Digests what you eat.
It artificially ge-t-t th food and aids
Nature in strengthening and recon-
structing the exhausted digestive or-
gans. It is the at e(t discovereddigzet-
ant and tonic. No other preparation
can approach it 4n efficiency. It in-
stantly relieve.s and permanently cures
Dyspepsia, Ind iestion, Heartburn,
Flatulence, Sour Stimach, Nausea,
Sick Headache. (Gat ralgia.Cram ps. and
all other results,,f i mperfet digestion.
Prepared by E. C. DeWitt Co.. Cbicago.
Harz:.-' Pt;,ornnc Joi, tt h't
la'tr

A LITTLE

DOES MUCH.
Boom,. IowA. Dec 14
No tongue can tvil wa.it It are n,t Lr.. i
in the past teu years ::n ;my V r.iith:y .- -
nes.. While sifftrnne un:..l a.,'i nv. a
friend called and recomintenied W.,t.e o!
C'ardui I sent fora b tttle. 1.ridl Oh: W ht
relief. After the first dkse I beg.ini to fe..:
better and have had no pain in-e
MRS. GRACE LAMPHERf:.


M. j TERDSEg8 .r,
o-PROPRIETOR OF-o

CRONIeS SALOON
o-IEALER IN-o

Imported and Domestic Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
JUG TRADE A SPECIALTY.
Coynt-r Rolmont and Dpvilliar. O t. PKENSAC((IA. FLA


H. H. e ICKE.


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)t~neM4jrdvi'


Wine of Carduai not only cures b~ut it acts AT ON(rE. Here is a me
of ten years' standin.:,and 'Net i-te 5it:ledi iwen1.At't he SUfferer ted el Wtter,
andJ Sti pped thIe ptain. The Wsine gotes struk~i It- tot te seat .ot the tr, uble.
It ax7s directly U'ifl the nietitrUAl and geniti'ir.. is.ci i
v-i lemt, andi it di ie, vit. t i- rce a rextift. It Suim'lv i Nature thtatle 't:I
a;ssistance that the _mitiferer's sx \ttl t,- A..\it'- ,12 rder in tne
temnlite Orkgans ,.pre.tds niAnNv dit' r,i'r .all '\ r t.:e b xat \P.lien : he
N% mue cures. the s,. urce, a!l the iiti,r i:: \ .% imatcrItero:. ur.e A
ni an can be her uAfl P11)ai:I:' eh!'7':: -"it h !re. Li'CaI ex -
!,. *': e Lur,,eI' hi:n-s i-t the
It:h 'tl l n- D CUttt rtii'. lV
LAGIES' ADVISORY DEPARTMENT. I rt& o'.\iett(mJ.
-.t-n t-' --. ixt *. tr % W inetit ( and s "re
~.4t,;i' 4\ot Uo. *A :vl'\VIA" 111,1!e ti Jay btr
2 t 1014* it z c.leII o..


Druggists sell Large


Bottles for $1.00.


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ST. LOI


A. B. C.


BEER.


I. GUGNHEIM'S


Great


Bargain


Shoe


Sale !o-


SCildren's Department.
1Hland-o-ewd Fi-r nch Kid" Infant4
ltituon. 2 5.
worth 75c, now 50c.
laiiJ-o- ,. d Fr ircr i Kid Infant,"
lilltt,,ll.
worth $1.00, now 75c.
lHand--owed Kid Spriini Heel Buitton
worth 75c, now 50c.
lHand-ewed Kid Sp:inf: heel But-
toni.' -ll.
worth $1.50, now $1.00.
llanml-!ewed Kid Sprin, t i l,. I Lace.
worth $1.50, now $1.00.


Men's Department.


SGenuine Don;. button, and Lacr
S4Stho-..,s, 12-2,
worth $1.50, now $1.00.
Genuine Vici Kid Hutton and Lace
Shoeh, !"--2,
worth $2.00 now $150_


V. J. VIDAh, Sole Whbolesaler..

lO I,,IiiBRANDIES INES,IPRT 0 AID DOIE Ladies' Department.
Panl Jones ant Echo Sprins Pclebrated bhisies. Kid Sprin He button and Lace
Sh*hoes, 3-4,
TRY I BOTTLE OF CELERY T011C. $1.00, $1.25, $150, $1.75 all $2.01.
PHONE 154. : : : P. ) BOX 587 .
JUG & FAMILY TRADE SOLICITED hKid Het+ 1Butto ntand lace. alo
Free Delivery to Any Part of the Uty.v Cloth Top in Black and Tan.
SAll orders left at The Ot tc., Vidal & Hulth. will tv carefully from $1.00 to $3.50.
atteuded to.


A Special Bariain!
A lot of Fine Ladio.-' Shoe-I ('in-
ciinati make. regular price t.
and $4 INI t ) a pair. now only *1l. .
We. only have theml in 2-4 and F4.
and C and 1) width-, that is wlh
we s-ll thelm| :-,f chfial,.
In Our Men's Department
We beat any -.tor-r in town will
indpersell aoit-i1oi av. d give. IhO
,-t t cotnftirt lel- fit and general
.-ati-factioI.
OULR $3.00
Haind--o+wd Vi l Kid Shoe- art
'iit;ll to ;tim y $..II ,oti, ill town.


Pe KiG:adly amlicSitiie your patronai
Plumber, Gas and Steam Fitter, ";: loth;..


No. & South Palafox Street.
All Kinda n. Plumhin izandl a PFittirv'.i Mut.p-.oio ",e- n -_-


HOTEL


ON EUROPEAN PLAN.


Restaurant Attached, Open Day a


OYSTERS, FISH AND GAME OF ALL KINDS IN SEAm-ON.
Special Orders at Any Hour.
RATES:-From $1.(YJ to $l.-i pr Day. 'LODGING:
.-15 andal 51, S. Sou h Palafox Street. Penaco la. I'lridla 25 and 50c

TIME TABLE.

LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD.
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305 N. estauran STREEt,
305 N. TARRAGONA STREET.


CHAS. COTTRELL,
Artistic Photographer,
110JM .:. FISHIIFIt HI'I1.I1N<;.
201,, SO)LTH PALAI.'OX STHRET.
Satlhfaction G tuarante d In1 :very Par-
ticular.


HIB[R. BRU8 gO,


Real


$1000 "' i "'- irof ;, n.orth.
of the"ir'-. ;it-i It--t f irou tlio g.
$2000 wil,, but! r. .010 i.i city
I as Ur ,r ,-.N ,! -t .,'-. ,, li ti|,OC
P |i l r ,n l .r t v A: N .
$4000 ; : tn
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$5000 t.*! l ,. '.* .
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$6000" '- or t" on
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. ......a -PP IITE I 5liN I; PaOT.
a" CURE YOURSELF: 810,000 t-
Ul.,U M (Deals at All fours. s Open Day and Night. o'
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LODGE DIRECTORY ...... ov RO--
KNIGHTS OF PYTHI S. 9
Pensacola Loadge. No. :. K of DN


ge.


-l *'e*n Akij'& -10 LTZmIl


Three RegMlar
Mcals Fach Day
250 Each.


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Palafox Street,
Pensacola. Florida.

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4 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1900.


THE DAILY NEWS:
satere at thae Post Office at Penacola.
Fla.m secondi-clabi matter.
or ac: Pitt Builuing.A11'.; outhb als-
ex aUer*t, up-btair-.


THE NEWS PUBLISHING CO.

Torns-Invariably in Advance.
00e Year by Mail l,"
Tres Montt 1 .*'
410 Nontt
0" Week.byh arrir. payatle Muniay 1t

THE WElKLY NEWS:
Pl taiihd *# v-ry Friday at Sit.ipi-er year
Poteage free.

TELEPHONE NO. 118.

AdMwfising Rete Furn ihfd on Applicaoion.
I


,:is paper Is oaimiMe with the
AINUUADVERTENI CO.,
Eadistt buudding. St. Paul, Minn.. wbeir
=.w. iadrertisers and others mav
ag I nd where estimates will be given
upanmacewr GENERAL ADVERTOISING.

trk6(8&C0LA. FEP. 22. 1900.

THE: Nfhil'" It(-II I eritilll'41H apa-
per mill i l.t will be ill operat 1444
u'hortly at Lauritl. Mi--.. a, -the firs-t
paper milli tUjj -t.art.-i it, tt. Sfouth7-
The I tern-i i: .Ijhavfk fluwlithat
the J' ia''dPa;'. r Mill waz ill Coj..

*rtif ImN o-w l.qz1,t:az I..; la --t 4 )tbler

for tile st'.rv .Lt,az II. r. .. C. S. Black-
burn of Ef hiitifkv. wL' -avl ill his
o'ration 4%-.r I.. i.-r 1;f (mt-b,-l that
IF ".r I. (st.. 4 1V .T' H. r 1, i -. .
porlahi tto U,.,(. a ~ n 4F


1lsrd. %%L it lm'tj-n .' Uwnill t th.
-trve! by '(;,,]# -aidJ
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trI-ball l.AI* iI* -,Oarl n"th
tans b wer%*.f tL.- f-i;n-r n .t! a~eria-

lI-- la tt :laadilA- ~t fie

road I)tahIl:--y 1ae!;, -rth~Va IdI roa
inolver thet.*1:i ti n c. 22 ff tititter i) e
isru 1n1taI Ia (.il 'III arit-. :41:41 ,Q ilith
batntwer('44 rt!.,, f ahzch t. lf, anltrna-
tio jur-(1~i'it fu- in iitire
I le ni t-la ti u .:i' 111, 1-VIf tit-I-ilV#


that thef- c--ert !i cw'':r t I' 2' 'r- I :


culture -.' H-i:.. t Iw.


and tli Jala.- :A L- 1.,

vrdoirtly#- :,!II: ~ A.
1123.n ,1t'e 'a 1 ;i:41 n.


done f~i ;r j .. :


patt'~t Ikd It.,,. i.1.Vf ry ..


hi. ti m.- a' I 'i l a.* -
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Aside !rw.4 ,*I --!~' 0 2 .~i1l'
the I.l.' t.1 -' ..*rida i vo- it


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va tihs or i l..4-
ath claa. -.*',for, .

Probably. i'ti-. .
thundre' t-v, Ii fr ....- c.

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vle hun red..vII Io-.oA 1'4t: I-'! v.

Iiul eUA cVi I C ;Ii.A t i ~.;ndt' iii1X'C!


order to avoid incurring their pen-
alties. Nevertheless. all fishermen
will be glad to learn that no less a
legal authority than Hon. Joseph B.
Wall. judge of the seventh circuit.
who held the last term of the court
in this circuit so acceptably, has de-
clared the above law to be void.
At Tampa. on the l6th in-t..
fisherman wa.3 arrested for viola-
tion of the law, and on habeas cor-
pus proceedings before Judge Wall
was discharged from custody on the
ground that the act had been passed
in a manner violative of the consti-
tutional provisions on the subject of
legislative procedure. In deliver-
ing his opinion in the ca-e the ju'Jge
said:
It is cloer that th-i bill. at passed by the
senate was nevo-r r.adl b)ut twice intIti bt
body. eitberby title or by sectionr'. nor was
the rule re'luiring three reaching of it dis-
pensed with by vot+- of the senate. And
the conclusion is irresistible that its enact-
ment was not an accordance with the plain
requirements of the constitution.
Tnis is one more instance of the
loose and reckless style of legisla-
tion that has been so frequently the
subject of complaint in this state.
However salutary the law may have
been if properly enacted, it is now a
dead letter, and may be di!-regarded
by all whose actions it was intended
to control.


Take Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup for all
th'se dang-rus ifu'. -t'tio s,-t-,\., cold',.
pleurity anud grippe.-which Fall :r:,l Wrin-
ti hrtinc along. It I- the gr,.at.-; 'ur- tir
bronebiti- n and all throat and luI:g a lc>-
tollos.
AN ILLISTRATIO
0F Hoi It Pays to Advertise in 1 lie
Daily News.
For some years Dr. Pliilip 1. lialn-
nah of this city hias been coi ipoiuni.I-
ing Mountain Mint Tonic, orLa-i.;*i-
ally selling a bottle on his per-o'.: l
recommendation to ;a friend. Tin-
tonic i untlque-tiollnlly tthe l -t
miedicinie on the market for t!' ;'rti
ti;':tiot of the blood, for th e th i, cure
of itldig stio i :.ital iIn re.-t.'h ii- t ..-
Inerves to h..alttyV actlnl. e:;t :it-
value wa ,.. known 'xcept'L t. t:,.
few wlho had trie-d 1:.
On)-e Ar .az,). a- alln exp-r!illi-Il*.
lIr. ait h ;lace-d ;t -;;all : lv-r-
Tl-.illelit of til" onlic iC l il T \ \\
.\ d llillid 1 l it w.'i ilt ,o 'e ef'E t.'..L,
Wi li h cotilitleo-(d to p rorw' ill volill.'
until it; (', tm in ,po- ibl- to li1 oi-
d. i- withi.it d( la;y ta;il I -Dr. lf:tni-
tiill w a; f',orcetd tio hlll ',-i" L'-, li il-
ilt for (,Co.11[-ou|l liZ at'. l.'till!l'
thr u h. Ii#'lcii".t


t ,ll~ 10 t' .Ilf .
thirou)g!h t Ie+ -;',lir._ l iiia' :-. r-e-tilit-
iln, it a ('.*>l't ,i- it liut i' la t i 1:d :;;-. '
in t!;h Iltl-.u .--.
rDr. Hian:lah'- hok.- -:, ,w :I- Idi-
: (ct I- ;lt of ii- a(dv.-rti-ili n 'I'll FT
t I t I;I q.- ,, IhItt I I Al l ) t lI r
M I tat l'oTIc. iiielIcd)i'fI. t iI.t I !
never h,) for,. )eei adIv'.-t!- d :; lt
wa t ll'irfly u:lknaiwl .
L -:t-t -tilli;ll 1 li v, i w a- .t1;
fi. I (4oW il f:'11 ,\ u .-r \W,.l ;. 1n 1 .1 -
tli- -t;\ : ; nd I1 I V 1i);1 .!,; : y
w .% l.ih j I) ; !** .4 I- t: 1 i ; ; : 1 d it
tul.y rr -',,r-,ld hill to ". ti : :(

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"To Err is Human."

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A Word to the Candidates.
I tell you, this here eountiy would smile
the brighatet mUea
Ef we jest could ketch the candidates an*
plow 'em all awhile!
They taik yer time in talking' in -pringtime
an' in fall; .
I wl-h that we could barde'em an' hoe an*
plow 'em all'!
Fer that's jest reciprocity-they take up all
yer tolte
A-layin' of the law down in reason an' i;,
rhb me.
They're stirring' tip the country to make the
Vot'r- bout;
An' so. theyorter grab a hoe an" hi.-lp the
voters out!
A fear's time ais money; he gives it. soi)n
an' late,
To hear "em reed tbeinr titles cl'ar to man-
sion.. Io the r itate;
They make more in a minutes tlan the far-
tnert in a mile:
Whydon't they let us ketetic ",m, t!ien. an'
plow 'ein all awhile-
Then Jerk yer coatq. you candidates' Don't
stop to sing anll' %boul;
You folk, that want a vote or two--wbirl in
an' work it outr
That' foilernn' the scripter--the regular
golden rule;
Bo. Jerk yer coat. an' earn yer votes by
plowin' of the mule!
-Atlanta <" institution.
Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup, the people's
friend, has been in use over fifty 3ear-. It
cures the severest affections of the ihrnnt
anid lunge, such as bronchitis, grippe. larv -
gitis and Incipient consumption. Price
only 25 cents a bottle.
A PRETTY HOME WEDDING.
Miss Belle Ferguson and Charles
Sanders United in Marriage.
The home of Capt. Alex. D. Fergu-
son was brilliantly lighted last night
and crowded with gay young people
who had been invited to witnes-. the
r-arriiage t fCapt. Fergu lon's chalrn--
ing daughter., Miss Annie I;.ahel. to
Mr. Charirs .Sander-s. Re-v. F.thler
Fullerton of St. .IJo,- pi' ehurh
qtiiciat-d and) Dr. E. Htrrie d a(i Mi--
Kat, Ollinger were the attendliint-i.
After the cere-iloniy ;In elig;itt
weddilZ '-4iiwpp ar wus -Prved, whiicih
was greatly Enjoyed by all.
Mr. and Mrsi. Saii(di-. were tth,
recti)ip iit- of li.iy i ;hai;-.onie ri,'-
:~it- aniid I l;:niiiit ;; t-arty 'Clon-
*ratuklation-.


Plwtrp i-,;n114,better tl'iedhlo. 1). ltthe.
1 10ln11(-IV. It- p~le:&sa ut taste anrd
p rompt iand 4il'ectuzaI cure*- mztkeit
childrn-i. It uImckly* vc i i the;
('ouiti- and i'ohd!.. prev~ti1tin's 'i., I
It vi-n ure. croup and h(1it bt- Ileti tsI4.
III tel-1 i f theou-,iad- o''t -,witha-
''lit ii ,h'failure- !,,f~ir :a-; tv hiva.s
crimp~. but when giVeln a- -i)."l1.4a-i
4'r(lh1p- com,h :1iplwars, w iV l!Iee
flit' attack. IIIIi 'a' f w'"Ivipir
cmi.ril it liqjuffies the t-611;:11 lliIut'i-
miakinigit t':i#-ir to) ;-ii'4 n. ali
leststhe -everjt v m. 11 trua i. itncv
o0f th"ep i4'ineI-N=i.l if cn.r.j:t iti-
] .-prvi; r Ilthat 4 tj. o 41all (i4ii*.r-
iit ii Irijr. '-1I5. Pala'.'x -r t
WNl(.HIS 'OF" l'HIA5.
Grar'd lovig.' to Me'et at Is' Ws
Next 3ttivut It.
(Graind liriiaelltir T. E. XX-.lh -
thii'- ilorlniiiagr*c',ivetl c'iluii'.-.'if tin'
jart)l.rail4 fiir the :tlifll!,I1 -o :a *
the- ;::'i~d ljodlgv, lq.e'tPl ,.at '.V
Wvt-t. Iaext lieitT.'':1.,1, !'M'taiz
1!4cl(lus, for thto jirst .da .,:i :irui it..
.Adlr(--Z .." v'wcidnw lax' NIy'-r IItar -
him1. -:ddr(s--(-; ift Io )II ,-Ciit v 11,,'.
4':tv lod-r.zianid Moun .1.B. Ilo Iw!o'tv,.
of. 4..f 'rl('ity ''J.r .wit 11 I1.1 -
the, St -4,11did IY. i:,44i: 'I t!I-

I) V' 'if-.'e r4i.' tiIfi Zti,i\. hill: I .tue-:I-
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1)l91 ;mrifmer. are ne: ipair.ed in
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w t;,. ; e t, ,t l. revi!nt i thl:l ll -

I tkt t, -i h. p::tl.. : t'.-r li to thl, iir .
lt 'I', .t i ltn for t:e ;) e lrt they ; at v. I-
Byltl in. wi.nt t. mrilt-; ,f timu tor-

general tonic and idiviz,rrator and
blood purifitr, are n1)t lpaired in
,lie least. No b-tter indicie cat,
l>*- found for th it-li-f ,of t!,f.s- di--
-a.fv, that are -io preva)lt i ,tme

1) 'rVeds for t;e suuport they hatve
zivetn ttti Tonic. ;and IrouisM that
\I.,,intain Mint Tonic. a- imilrvo-dl


S. A. R.
Annual Meetin-g t ts of the Ames ican
Rvol'ution.
The attendance at the annu.il
meeting cf the Florida Society SotQ
of the Ameneruc'ti Rvo' .ion. at the
ollice of Hon. Jno. C. Avery, thi.
morning. was the largest ever held
in the history of the society. Presi-
dent Avery pre.idd, and Secro-tary
W. 0. H. Sheprrd. Treasurer and
Registrar Arthur A. Brown. and
Chaplain J. R. Hickne-ll were pres-
ent at their respective posts.
After the reading and approval of
the minutes of the la-t meeting, the
reports of the secretary and the
treasurer and registrar were read
and referred to an auditing computnit-
tee composed of Messrs. M. M. .s
and Ben. D. Beers. Those re: s
showed that the present memnler-
ship is 35, that only four members
are in arrears for annual aues, and
only one had been dropped from the
roll for nonpayment thereof; also
that the flnauces of the society are
in satisfactory condition.
The secretary was granted further
time for the preparation of the year-
book ordered at a previous meet-
ing.
The committee in charge of the
banquet made an informal report
that the arrangements 'herefor htad
been completed, and that it would
be held this evening, at ,t o'clock, at
the Escambia hotel.
The treasurer exhibited the three
medal- and certificates from the
national society, to be presented to
those members of the society who
had served in the late war with
Spain. and it was ordered that the
presentation to Major R. M. (':ary
should be made at the la;lniti-t by
the president. and that the medal,
of tergfealit Moreno and Lieute-itnt
lull -should be 'retained subject to
tliheir respective wi-hi-.
Two ailliildilileints to thie colltitu-
tioll of tht iiatliliial society ,wevle
con-idered, apprv.di. :itl tlihe .ee-
remary instructed ti -so adlvis- the
-et r 't.ary-L .'i;,-itra1l.
The election of rlliv.er (..li'-, d hlie
;roi vit. li i s, r'f-iiltiin. ;.~s toll| \- :
1'Pr1-hln t, Hon. Jiin. C'. Avetry
vict -ipre-ident. Mr. W\. S. Kvys-er
-s-i.retryl. Mr. W. (). H. Shepard:
tre.a-.-ii r :and i ri-trar. Mr. AArthair
A l..\v:,; chll;,l. !il. R ev. J. It.
Hicknel, ; lborJ o, mnaci aa ,er~. M,<-. !--.
. .. ('ro--. I, M. Cariy and C'!:.i-.
A. ('!;,,at,.
Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup is a remarkable
T \. it II *l I a It l it~ l M I' ll*. .


311LI 11 (COWS.
Lt inIt- n! 11ic I i co'w-, to : a rivv
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r etr *r. .IAN..M .1 ;i \.l-<>N.

\V.AIlN<.10 I 'S III llT111A.1
Will he c i,-br:tted a it Eii.i .\rl,,-
it'- (; i: S.n t.- i ht. V ;r
Il VI 'l;.


Investigate the Convertible Term Contracts
--OF THF--

Old Penn Mutual Life Ins. Co.
DAVID EDRENT, R'"T Ai:ir~., ,


J. M. HILLIARD & CO.,
--Manufacturer- ,ttd Dtalt--- 1-

Carriages, Buggies, Wagons and Draoy.

o=z epairing Attended to Promptly.--:
30 EAST (ARDEN ST. : : : : : PENSAC L.\. F \.,





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Floor Coverings


.o RePinants Mattinw.. tI ;v;.1 d. -i4 to ,) ty p er y a rd ......... .. ........................ ...
Short Ends iii lin.,!un:i. l'ri, e to Clo--e per i:r.,
yard ......... ..........................
Ingrain Carpi t-, a. ll wv.,;. i t 2. yard p,.c'- .
clo-e, p,.r yard .................. .
C\. i)nyrnI ,;:- -. -o ih !,-reo:,if,'re for $1\ r -i
St 'Q .. .. ... .. .. . .. . ... .



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HEATING


SSTOVES,


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W it'ld. (le \vel,'>[ilii(-11t I : tiI (it.Y

Fine Hutter.
lln/: <("- (Co. ha, 9, ;.f/ r,-
,pived .otm or the r-riy be.,/.
first- c/a.s'. I e,/peri Buitfi
'Prfce .,'-0 c'nfi.

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


FOIBLES


IT OR


MILTTI IG l

i'. make 10.)1 lr nilm Ijp
of Mlatting' ju-t r ceiv
()tT#er oir;i Erant!ire -Ock or
at the following ;,ric-ce. .
500 Yards Remnapts. 20 to 3
for tOc yard.
5 lolls 15c Matting for 12
5 Rol's Slc Satting far t4c
5 Rolls 25:c atting far 21c
10 Rolls 35c Matting fir 24c


V A


COOKING STOVES


ALL PRICES.


."",,','''"'1(/~\N'~Don't Pay $40 and $56
i~ wthyol .fr I -".I I 'Irf\ F. x -

Ini'jl /hi' 'wifo, /i w" lfit fron.e. It ri:a:'i .. I4 r,
Ua(rsf fl 'V Finch1. ?'Is I'I ,i- ,,l
sp..


Coffee: Coffee::


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VIaLm U 'e m(I/ the attention o/ i
the general //ulic to '/ie IfA IT I
,t that w""e har; one' o i lMARDI GRIAS
a! the best equipped coasters "
in the Soutih. and thai we IV
ort Order can furnish this delicious i ( GOOI)S
ed. w. bereraTe )it prices //ath t
n H,!:id deli competition. \Ve4lso J
wish to remind Uou that our; AT
15c grades, Coffees are always fresh k
from the Roaste.r I Wile I V 4
-2c yiard' others are old and have lost k"o "
yard. their aroma, ours is freshI k
yard. and delicious. Vk
yald. Aew vOrleans Grocery/ Co., k A Larle Stock Just BECiVEd. t


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1900.


ployes and owners having been amic- ]m I 1 u-
abiy settled by written agreements. l I- |LAI' P h1L II
There will be a irneetinz of Rath- THE IN1 U
bone LodzIe. Knight. ,f Pytnias to- -
night. Work in the fir.t and third
rank-. Public Interested In the Porto


..... ',-Y ;v''' rFr, -i nfoet*T/f/ A aizTe crowd of Po4-fiIP,. inlCudiin-
P aq- ro4~144,/~ret~,'. inl .ho' II c h ii -.j 1,a. rd 'ii tileC
,4"1 lijir Florida th 1- 114,ntili 1i' to CII-
Joy' t hpCxctiIrtioiiTn ft 'jE:,w "tidit (of
the library (of pul)~)c -:,44A1Nfo. I.
j ) 1I A'A rumor waQ :tl -''t .411 la.loix
..>lt 14".'if :'e '+'.~tcilawharf thii, intrii;rg *..':ALt thi"- ritall
11l-lhm2 !-wa4-k t.' 0Ol~.fW11lelat

h~stvk- -t*. lu-t inlthe late "t iand K!!-A not
Mr. 1'. L. fDavi-.of 'i''k-..tir i- a benh-r Iw
-t .ITile PensacolIan I. waril- t-i own
Ilk town I~Ltqp had [I.--t buy (quick
HT W C; -JI ii 4.).-'; G, 011;, i-9b#-ftwre pric" sget bey..:id hi; reach.
-t i I st'.'t *'lC ht 1. 'Ne i'er io thle h istov if tile city 11.
Mr.R .W'i ,, ff N-a--.1vjj:I.- 'the-re- bp~dre- bppi ti activity ini
..l~I. dt L.' 'catdjla *.e real e-tite 111.:


Rican Debate.



"- fortiarL of iomtana an uObject
of Interest to sip.htu.ee-ru-('oncLrlII
and Aldrich I'urninh l'an For the
Sen late.

R a II ill I~. 4h Su' ji.II


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''T V. 11, 'ti6417of L twrio- t'r lill#-. ,I p4"ift- u epartmene t'Wt .;ca41t-" to j i4 riaz 1Ii'tir 4.' 4.:-141 1 uuum.-i' ,1... 4411
.1 g- lf-!-t ittit !. E Ca tlahe residence of I)oplutv "Sheriff I" i-. I te1.,1.11104-1Il II 11114'Il1st
L(.iilh~l. Frank Standen,- on E~a s't Wright i' I'f4Ils- 4'~''I ii' l,iIIN
Ji hit A. P -te-tin(of J aek-..m 'jil' I!, street at I o'clock t i,; a ftern )(1n, ttie 41 Ilit. l1 .'.Lu '.. '%\ !.4I!t 1-1I.. Iii
;,u#,-t 'At t'lf- N1q-lVII3Ist- to-dai't. roof having caught from spiarks. but lol,1411110.V.10 ,1 fi
Vt'.A. evile~ ff ~ewrie' I !.. the fire waim extingutilithed with the luI'!tl-i14'.'. 4.)lI1'' it441
W.1i A.t l'Nevil-I)i'- lieZe ti-v. Iek. 1 4)'1%lssof only a few Ohizigles. iUIfai- f'I-* .- a Iii I 1, 441.( 1' t I 'Iit'I
W.A ihi~no imnhmj4jAldermen-tiCahin, G(il-in. Avery. j41'i4ol-
":1-t'i "d at i" Me to'fie 5, it t" Ii. 'eL Chriistie'. 8aarstar'd IBrought Ifi1l 1ll4414' tile'- 1
wf'rpd to their namf- at tilt-' city
di'.'. ~~~~~hall laat night. but, a tq'iortitil if(t i4441t:Il i'h 't 41 4414 f'. ill 4tt~ 11
Mr. ''. F.l i rid cif AVlanitj a- being Ipresent, no meptiiig fit the city Ilii' Wip"i.'. -.'I di- lt'l'
Ia,4 h.- Ifri 1%Al At file I-.-catixitba cootiticil could lbe held. Thm".' jil-P-iAL iioiihmi_,I!-'%% I I1i .% 411fIlw ~ .14.iol tilte
Ii.''' 1.flfIY.ent adjourned to tte~-t, aizri a~tthtfe .'I.'efeI i ~'j,..1'4',l4'., ial!e.-.

:. It,- ', Ii'.- 1i't- --.1a.ttilt' Elevven delinrjaent-: app, ni e Il" Si:,t.-7 .,~. 1-. 'i1!l'i
'I.~~ t41.l.-4. Ifort, Mayo~r 1Hilliard th~is tlri~ limitogt) Ii 4~41\j .4 .,4 4 li 4

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tAipi,, THE PEOPLE'S STORE,


A.


Schwartz,


Proprietor.


flakes the Hair grow. Clears
the Complexion. Softens and
whitens the Hands. Preserves
and beautifies the skin of In-
fants and Children.
'l Absolutely pure. delicately medicated. &urprnialy
f activee. CTicrIe RoA1Pio not only the mroo t tff esciou
of skin pun ersend beeatilei, but the pur stand sweet
e. orf toilet. bat. and baby map..
Sold e.ryvhe-. British depot: Neway.e. Loadon.
PoTTER D. A5D C. Cop. Sole Props.. Beton 1.'. -. A.

tort. ,r11 ih v:wanit l t o t ) :li--ver flit
qulle-tiion in his onk \Vwai. iil aft.i'r a
liti I f,'f.- in g < 'i; .l-ei ll said. **' o h114
spilonitd .lflri-hi. iid 'll nkr-i l. n hlki
liin t:in ,r l .t tll' Ithotd hIslandl s. iiat4 ir.
said \\ il i n .Iitv V !;larii .stis,' : "I (,I ,.
sq i ll110. I :104. lu ll to p lt ip.i ." A nd t hi
sfU;tli :i i'.: i *x\ l<, 1,',l \\-iih i l l.'bm: l, A. littif later i e'lkrell % :ii r'i. shi iig
tiolli i ll shis s. .-. l ;' t :1 ;a 2 1 1 'lip :lnl l
.hilrirli :n t;:ini 4 #ou: t I iptwoi >iit.
".' |\V \\:ll!." N:liil t<' \h ln n A. 'l"i lh si,1N i! i t l ,' St i .1 ri'i tl
1 1 :iil \\l ii l :1 ; i .ni :ll!T I1 n\\ I l;i\
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l<) i::;[ ii ll!r :11141 'w l i ll,'! 4-i: i' 1 u a l is
P lll lll l .l" .l l : .A ll ll I I -li in- l ill
\\ i h ;1 i ll ..I. \. l:: 1 t. ]l- 1u t,
'nhe O)iner of ^'onlut'.llo.
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.Kl l pv 1:11"' ill l!lll:t : r|'s I i ]: llt l o Io h,:i'-
l::; i,,n in trl i, ll ,ii i il ill. ,,f i l i ii l :l itr '"
I ,i ,, < a,,,'.1"- ,!|:|lly t in e l l : rt ill !h1'
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lW li' f t, r nr t i .Vi, !" all. Ill il
I in !l :Ill l, t I I I :1 I .I I i ,l:1 h \ 1. :li't
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M.i I .. '. i- ih nal \( il ]i M iti\\ ll, .
\t*,lllil \1'i'n loll, i ,h t id ,,l l n ,f f \\":l ll
illI 'Tl, l. IIlli filln lllh ,I '1 \" :Ill n t-~-i -'i;l
l i ,ll r l" I :di,'s ;lil i is osen to \ i r.-s ,in
[;' y liefii t ,,f :t 11:1lll f,,. .\lr. I, \y
lih:li!lli:IlI; M[,Iliiin', lo :IT Ills i\\ l 'x-
I 'Illsr : |lil 1|:|S !ll:llh iT l ,, ,f t, ;]
[lal r,'es ,ii' (il'.riling;i. fr the :l 1 1 ; il r.r
:*if Ih ill 'iS l.. s i 1 0.4-li, .1 1I!.
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FRIEE 1BLOODIiCUREI'.
An ofler j)FpniI4vIitig ath m to Sufehrc' .
y' ~ourB1n lod flP uirt Arf' von -lll'e
of Do (l~. tit-; fit, -ci':it'Iie." hval



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YU LNG MJIAI\VS N EC K C ROK EN.

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lU1 Ionirn. "Sell Cheap, and thereby increase
Hl IMIIUII. the business:"-- -


Price and Quality.

Y'nOt must consider then both. The mere chteapness of'
things doex not make them devir hle. I'nless
the quality is right, cheap goods nmary prove
most expensive in. the end. yet the fact that
quality is right does not justify excessie /prices.


Our Bargain Salcs
Pfitir, depenti~a beint'l.-rchIatilkd-P within your reach at prices- t! it at ithf r
tiUl~ 1iie d plaCPS WO U Id purc ha~se none but in fer io r r 1.. 1.4 'tho-
'trout)Ilgp~int (iff the W~'e(kk' H irgiiri Event-the force' thlat h 4- t1l.~
-Itch *t oo r 4'ifW l itd tlIIJivjit'.tti(tlt-d Jpromfiniencef ill .n.e1i l 'tllm

;:'IThis Week's Offerings Cc8
W~ill 1w. i:i-titil tI rly brill ian t -.)fleri rigs. eniravimi-, a : wIVfI. % 0i'4fft!
'atil~iit 44-ee4w '.t l Id:toj)rwatra t. 1114 pirf I r4y, ym ilf1z 1 ow r i*i'' 1thric

~y~~ressGoods Bargains ~z
CS 140I.-OlXtIWI (L1. P A.ND) ('1,IP FlRONT 1.1"rILNIGHT'I
THREE .*j.. SPEI; J.\ i.,LOTS will bot hIt't#- cLl't of it. PeI! tt ivy are
Lot No. 1:-0 :,-)e XPI HrdN(tlE-I't. r .l!..... "19C

Lot N o.r2-.el" H ir t .#'ii.,i'

1111.. like it eve-r iittt-red fur e that :il(.:1vat'!.yard,..t~ ~ 39c
(1:i1 prTice of ........................................... .. .. ...


othrle-i tading voei)rQfr-PI.inche!e.. 'wbide,1)#-r vairtl tlbJiVi.-%...........43
Winter Underwear for Men, Women and Children.
'I'll(, -4'-aimi i-: draw~iti,, t- ia 'li!e-. 1priti;- ;:,,,id-; will b64 e lm wittortg ur
61)I"'11(4 -Wll;-11 ''iI10L''all t!i#- bal~an.e o~f ecir hl:i'-v 111414'?wt'ir at ~jtrw.-
(lit t,1 half aind 1, -,. \\!iv i 1' II=i'i'Ld cht '1ice' to) -tuock 11ff andl '.av#- bh.i

-rBedding Bargainsz4:.
W!1lo I- jinelmrdit, antlli'4 effTvriniz. and y ~oui can sazve Im)If4' mv in any artielt.
t~ir lia" dve'idt-d to lfvt' this loti-iiie's- lhi-, pex'-..inal a~t'li..:tid I~kin;ftette.
k~ Lo.w Przices .and1(quick Sale-i.

lo sc s- -Carnations.
I am set.?lhIi ?i 4' ti#prodii1i' t o h#' 1. 4%vml)nlt :1.dlf l Ii--i.tlif~ld P 'rk 1 ir-letis .of
M 4iltui24t1erv'. and ton11twe.lv.e tioxiis' 114)1c4.icanii ira,-!i anl aiy i (of f 4it llowers
Carnations 75c per dozen. D'iee
American Beauties $3.50 to S4.0O.per dozen.toyu
All Other Rose"s S1.50 to $1.75 per dozen. oyu


MISS VIOLETTE MOR.ENO.
w'" \ ', t o;r,.rr i; v.


Chas. H. Turner,


+.ARCHITECT+.


-AND- -


General Contractor.

i'tii!,linii ;'ep, !, ,i; a '. M .Ilim t l ,i (;ruit, S f-;;in n l' m :,i ..;. .-:. ,: \V';W ti i
.i1: l ( (ia Fitt i n ;.
A Complete Plumbing Department under the
Management of E. B. Morey.
O A r'A rti-ti I)--ilin-. -.-riimi) t-;.. PIl I- Iid SI d ifi P.it- f,- 11;1ilt-
;1 I, A : I ;' i toI P, i' fI. i on 'l I 1 io)rt N iti<'.
@ .l 1 4., : I' ar, f !!;" v 4 4;,, llk ,f I e 1I a'r I rj. -
A, t \V:th i ifiA l K i I,, II 1 T .


Forbes Store.


To he Always Cool


THU[ GORSE IS


THE THIN q


\NoW la's \\iIcn you want a g ood
. ttin. dress. l' he iest dress maker
in the world cannot satisfy yu if
' -on wear a poor corset. Our stock off
stan, Iardt makcs is most complete.
We sell -l\ e wait lengths.
WVc ha\4. u st opened , ,,; S 111mmer Corsets for Ladie'- and
Misses, and Waists for Ladies. Chil-
drcn and Misses'-.


"Glove-Fitting"
.. ,,,i ..n ,, r i .;'> r{ i "
il i -- i 4- l i l'\f: ih "'
:vI' 4 ; not l, \. Itu 1 i-itn trv.
,! t< ,\ \ '.


MM3 SG~OODSEMIS~
cents each.


-uFOR ''THEWEK:~~
(,:,4ot Stand ard Pf rc'lt.Q %1I an wide .. ............... I ioo yard
('aap Ma-soijyille 1)~mie~tic 1-yard widle...............I-,c V:.1rd
I (a- AIIl-kefil.!' "'ersueko- inhn ( i2'Matl" od t yde-t .....'....'.. .'. I,.(-'ard


--NEWC 8TrlKS.~-


/ Ir~.~'rhnni -'"'-"-"t a ('ordt-kd JLip.j PI' .es (i ren-dineQ. TaifetaQ. etc.. in all the New (reatioris.


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S i i 1 :.1: ,1 1 1 n; V' w nlte ian

1u4 1.': ,.ii tal :; i 1r t" l 41 ,i w;:n '.\VI I
l: .l :i;- 11it i, r,. 1 ; i 11,.lt. l :* I unc
r1 tilu I Ir.1 IC' It 11" ti; \l. *i ilxi
(1, l o -,,,11, 14.a ~ i i laui w'r. f miI ." ,i

I. l t~ l '... l ii. tl, -J, ; i 7. *;1 Iope.
tn; 4 r.1 :( '.t it. r .
e e.1 tno t wa uioa liic i a:nt i at (nce
lini .i ti t a u. ry i r i i" l- ai inqu-st
S.- u.ry re; i t- I g" v alt ia th iat tht
i I. tn tl fi 1.'IS1on l tily l 'ie'.th at thae
;P. t -4 ; unkiiiiv. n.
: I la' I I "l : r..; i rE i W '5!l
ca u ght **, > ):I u a. r:;ilan i.' ) i. I.:

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pene i to a serious accident at McDon-
ald's. ou tbh Brunswt k railroad, is do.

place, when in some way his arm was
caught in a running belt and wound
around a pulley. His right arm wa&
broken and hi right band badly crushed.
He also received a severe blow on the
back of his bead. which laid open the
scalp.

Dr./TlareelluS/Tle(reary,


No. 19 S. Palafox St.


CALL AND INSPECT
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1.1: I>STI'E.\ Is >t
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Three Large Stores
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:: Telephone No. 345.


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F~lli : ., I 1,.NoI. I 1 1'1 1 1:$. -1)/ !/" b a n thin. i
-..w ii. -'.. tr.i. I'r .- niture or houst-w furnislh-
"n {;,! -. u; in ,;n : ",, 1, In.: t" er seen
t,.ck, I-. ,: :,,,! li:::,. ;.,, ,1:.A AM rSl onl N < F li '.V v'ork.
L,-4.. I. Qt t, ,. ,Their prir.ces are loir: !heir
I..r':'in l, rnri-Ii1 i, HI.-,.. i/ock i. complete, and the'y/
will sell l/foyt withat I/Ot want
Elegant bed room sels. o on loin time
cheap ones, ulhicherer you.
want, at .tarston Finch 's. Furniture at all Prices.
....-- Wt- iWart --fliinz dining ro in tabl--
Hot Chocolate, 10c. at I i'thar 'at11 prices: ailfo -tove-. betd-
W. T. Green & Co.'s, 37 kitche-" ,'aii'lt.- withi tr,-wi btar,il-.
Sch-ta f.,r lur. anwl tlnwpr f,,r
South Palafox. kitche- nl t.Iis.i ..and table-warr-.
('ill an 1 e-X'Aini' l tihe-m at 0. M.
HIandsome pictures, brie- 'Pr'',r.- iar Aiu Furnit,;r- H,.u-,.
a-brac, etc., in endless ar- FOR BEAUT'Ir'UL RUGS
ray/ at rock bottom prices at .. .. .


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W i. I, i'. (avrnor.

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-. It mae coming week.
cr' ttIlav W-1. 1n:.Ill- 'Azadidaae-for goy.
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1,;F gave t t .~ 't~.t~ prt44a.'lL-
i ,vfor hiowt" ii 4 % all 1 1 there w.'. ciuie

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by ta-wa ar.v y -I'-A;r4 at \Va-niagton
be aesq~ra:..e t...I !t 1-rt i (ftit ehoIJ4
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Sto


.u -W'. livd'4 of New
Or.ean, vva, a:-re~te.. yesterday bv De-
a~t-and iPerkins, on infor.


u itiln fr.-.i L >vii i, i j dete-tiveagency
MAID. ,. tmat city an i til be taken to New
Or.eanu t_.. iv t, answer ttue cargi of
: t e-ubezz.:1n: 1Orlnit-t:ti'iL over $1.UUJ (of
S: .. Martin i'no:i )u (Co livre stock
-. ealer i Hyd.%" as bo,,,keeper for the
r. in and it is c.iarge disappeared from
S11 New Orieans on 'Fb 10. pendingan ex.
amination of h. Luoks by au expert ac-
couu anu
'i. tyb -' l i'rool' W.il UI Extended.
.K,,'XV;L.LE. Fab. 23.-A special tc
SThe Sentinel frim Miidlisboro an-
,* *.".i nouuces a p.an ;s on foot to extend the
S. '>.r::, Tennessee Northern railroad from La
S.1 M rn: Follette. Teenn to Middlesboro, a dis.
., .. :n tance of 2S in;lis. The road will pene.
S:.. -- trate one of tme richest coal, iron, zinc
and mineral' sections in East Tennessee.
,, \ It now remains untouched on account
'.:*.. of lack of' ri'road facilities. The Ten-
S:,, neseea Northern now has no northern
f :*. II. : outlet.


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Piprwork ign Georgia.
CHAITANXOGnA, Feb. 20.-The new
Lookout Sewer pipeworks, in Walker
cr.unty. (Ga.. just below the Tennessee
line, have been competed and work
will t'e:iu within ten days. The plant
cost $Ju..J0.


MOZLEVi'S LEMON ELIXIR
A Pka-.auma I enion ToicrO


I'r--l'ur'.d from itlo, frc-ht joico ef
I.4fl~ti:. ( int~led waith othe-r ~e
taho'. ..ivr.'Ft-o'it I c. camhart icz. a r'o
mai2, tic tilmull;-it. so~lAby drug-

i',r iald i2c--mtiln oaid folil !-tfill('lt.
1o !irack : and nervi i. I -litI i-

Fo4r sl'.9.Il'...'ha andii t,'rvou-
priait rat iota.
l,-o.r 1--, i.. 4q'('"1--tan oh v
F, )r ftver.i.tu aria and chill-V
ta.kt~I.- L-ini~t EFlix ir.
Lt n-~iti Elixir will itot fasil y(Ilt ill
pnv*of the 14lw.4- ii titned d--a.'.allt
oif which a:rise fronu a toi-irjd oF di--
":u-1 d liveur. 't'ionvichor kadntaevy
FmJ ;411(t1d $1.1111 h.,ttle'.. a I Eii'ia gt'..

Atlanta,.(;a.


.At hie Capitol
I have ju-t taken lthe last of two
hottle- of I or. M4.zlev' -LLemion Elixir
for niervou-i headache. inldige-tijn,
with di-ea-.ed live-r anti kidnevy-.
The Elixir cured iiwt. I found it thli
rr. latest tiawdicitii- I ever use(d.
J. H. M1 ENNi'H, Attorney.
S-2'-5 F street. Wasringtoin. I). ('.
MI.le)',, lemon Elixir
SV. A. Jan writ.--: I iave .-uff-tTred greAtly
fromit ittdijpetimt, or dy-p.-p-ia, ot-e
little tf I. .tnioi lixir dne iIIe lor,
ood than all the iiediinte I liave
(.ver taken.
MIOZLE'S ,.LEMON I HOT IItOPS.
( ures all <'oughs. Coldh. Hoarse-
tieP.. Sor- Throat. Bronchitis, Hem-i-
orrlhage. and all throat and lung div--
<';s" E-a Fleganti le!iablf.
S2',' atdruggi-t-. Prepared only by
O)r. H. Mozley. A mtita.G:;.


POINTED PARAGRAPHS.

-1 i 12 .1111 It 'Vie -nor- fa~ult a tman lo(4%Is f-ir the
2'.'- I. i i- 'I'ie Nvotnn3n %v!,.) .i n-.2 tact.- invariallitl
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( rti;h.d W'tillh 1ai Ax.
C(.Ayc. >'e, Feb. 21.- L.favete
D) ckn:ns. o er f a Irer iir n i; fail-
ily hvi;;u in t::e caaern part ita H1abou
county, was a:a.lvl wundtid by 'hoinas
Lef'kier Tn 1 oun'is werp inflicted
w i ta" po.t of an ax ii thL ba-,k ot the
bea-i an-i it is satd Djci;ins cannot re-
cover. Ift stkull is ouppr.sed to be
cruiihei and the pro use u.eJa:ng could
not be arrested.
Child liadiy litriae EIRMINGHAM. Ala., Feb. .'1 -The 6-
year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. E.
Willoughby i suffering from burns at
Pratt City. She was standing before
an open grate when her apron caught
fire. Her clothing was burned entirely
off, but she was saved by the timely
arrival of assistance and. while severely
injured, is not fatally hurt.

The Choicest Fruit.
The choicest fruit is not found in
the market. but in the Lome i :arden.
The trade di-mnnls size and color: the
mann who grows for his own Ii insists
upon flavor.--Now 1iniland I -'acrir.

-I hadi dywpepai*i for ye r,. N,
inldiciiie w;i. *-, etT-tiv, ,.- Kod(Il
DIys[v-ppia ('Core. It gve Iinitedi-
:at relief. Two bottli- lrrducid
miArvfl,,u- r-iults,t" writ.- L. I .
W\Varr-i. Alb..ny, VWi-. It di;t,"t-
what v n ': and P:itnnit faitl tocurs-.
Hargis' PIarmnacy, John tShpp)ard
atHl S. Kahn.

Buy your wife one ofttt ose
handsome parlor suites
from .M1 arston I' Finch.
I will repair your watch. and
jewelry :n fir-t-class style. J. I.
Stlephens.


Medical Socier y. Attendt"-
Thore will be a regular me*t
the Ppnrs.ccla Medical Hocie
th, Bomrd of Haltih offiBr
o'clock p. il TuoIaay, F-lb. 27.
Visitinjl physicians are cor
invited to attend.
D. W. MCMILLAW. M,
Preos
E. F. BRx 'E. M. D..
Secretar-.

J. I. Mtpophon.. h:t- 't lar'ep a
nient of alid Strling Itilve
Rov r'a Klilvps. Forkcs and tr


was killoel 1"
death -wa- be.
an accident.


STOLEN LETTERS BOUGHT. INVASION
London Paper says Parliailemetarlan London Swy
Purchs,-d ll.,wkeicy Pnpers. Insualei
LoNDox, Feb. 21 -The St. James Ga. Lo.o., IK
zette this afterncon says the stolen Leader says:
Hawksley letters, which Mr. Chamber. "The cros!i
la:n yesterday evening referred to in scarcely oppot
the h-ase of commons as hav:nT been tnat terce res
-ol. to I)r. Levds for 10), were pur- fhr bef re th
rh.ite-i iromi the tnier. **for what sum r-g3;i.ited.
we il-,n't know. but ,y no :ess a person A hgn :i
ag- n.an Dr. ClarK. iM. P." witu t:e win
l't'.' t. Jan:e- (Gazt-te then savy t un'1.ns t-at I'
presuni-s Dr C ark transferred th~ let- of .' co:n. V
ters to Dr Lerds. aVT." '' *.' .-e ,
-wiiLj. a v. eel
S w rs For Op'. :,k. arivanD-e tt:r
);K::.,KA. Aia., Feb 21.-The city m .0 b ~, e
ccanc.; .f tnorcugi:y sewer the town, and an- Trtunaa:. a]
thorized tie street committee to adver. Our inlormat
tile at once for bids for the work. The uttervly ninft
enginker's estimate calls for about 9 oblige h'm L.
mile, of piping. '1'ne cost will be asout way
$O-.UU'J. 'Ihe city is badly in need of "We ,-k f.
the ~ystenIi and tl.( new-. cotton fac:cry S;arion and t!
ma~es it an iutlerative necessity. coml;malfils i
h bura and the'
1Th- Frf.z In F.oridu. Notrnlng Ion. TA1I.L.LAHA~I:, Feb. 'l.-I.e:iable ad. anid tMe ireat
anh vices re(e:ve.d by tile .'*are agri:ultural own s:ate.
red department say the imagee done in "*Extpo at
n to FAorida by the recent freeze nu was the ru 'ti:t t
lers comparatively slight. Tue treee was C:ounje
de.. of too brier durat in to hurt greatly.
ext Exr.y vegetables in northern Fiorida
uL i were ki..ed and truit trees Irnom Tampa L, NV '. 1'
ine ncrth -et b'ck. but not kilicta. Cattle from Pretor:a
not0 on raug.s were not i urt. auiocnces th
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Nasal
GATA RR H On- I

n a! ,s a.:cs t'.re-t
r'!y*s Cream Balm

U ~ ~ ~ ~ u 4 O Yak-.:~
r. c. a e L
(rmnrs' : tln lm :-4 p':~edInto thc rm.otri:s. spreai!6
ntrt.". ~n.,,::. rar~e a: 1 ;q 'I. 1e tel :in-
m- Ii- a .3 f:) 1i.e~,e,;1 ) enot s a..n, 1D .
"r T.v c1a Tr.al ..., )cen', 9by, mal
EL.Y UHTEMS. Warren S*PeL Nw Y.-k.


the crew of


NEIITHER the captain, owner-
nor onnignef-s of the Ital-
ian hk i'Trtito will ho r-sD'n-
I,ibl*- for debts contracted by
sid vebsel.


BF, :4 1. :I'u i~'A & 4C (a; an.

NVIFl 14 I'R th. caxptan. owns-r-s

%iiile for aebtb contracted by
the crew of haid ves!-el.


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Jdent it I r All Malarial Troubles; .t :

Paris: 22 Rue Drouot
1 York: E. F.ug, ,a &Co., 26-30 N.W:;d. S,
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I MPIACTICABLE.
m lluiieal's Transport Is
A1lit Ior Tranisvaaai.
Feb. 21. The Morning

ing of ti.:e Tuge:a river wa.;
med. but tbait is not to Fav
Maneriav not t e io'ge i
be Utclde.-r -i wo:L~s are

1.00 extre%-t'd in tuese c,.
Nlrte's C. :ImnlU dwill be
tC':!4' )-.rations lily ti:iae
.We uit.noL c ee Low -.
tua -Norti N-..,tal can be
.",ad an Ree.
secunre. As for the. aues-*
ra: huller'-; invading the
prar ii, at d.fficulty exists.
[en IS mat us transport in
fiucint urnue,49 the B.,rrs
yt;,nun~ a~ong the ratl

*r one fihiht about Piteers
lit-n maa depa tore o' the

Trant-vi~a.nwi-'*tr I' Asjuba.
logw in Norrh ttit- C...1tt.IV
eriart of too' P. er.; slpla*
retirea to In their
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W. C. NORMAN, Proprietor.


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



WlI IZm WmiI, LIqUDOR, COIBIALI,


: -BEERS, ETC.,z--'


II W0 AND GLASS, LARGE OR SMALL OUAlllTIES.


PFN N 1,A N1) ItYE W I I I S Ka
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Mammoth Retail Grocery,

502-504 SOUTH PALAFOX ST-,.
T*olojphonxo 308.


OwI' atroiuh- NOeW:
thi-ir Ii'iutjiit.'t Stovk.


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STOCKiHOI)EWi t'MFETIN(,.
The Pitn'khol d er I of t!!e ESC inh) I& c(mI It
I1110 1t alli" i'"W oI ('111 in It.. w lIt -I .II it
tlthi'*ttlttgI'll iNI nII-1151h. ANN4a( t heir u(004-''111
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.Il t h.' ity -J.. Pa~its. 1'lorida on mai cli
Ith. ilm at ). Ill. .


8TOCKH)ILDE.RS, ME~rIN(;.
T-in~immu ai il%%it'ICo.. %ill hold tbi-i mtriflual
m-etiniz itt Soi Ni"ar.'ti th. V leN. i*t, Ill-u off- if


THE


FAVO IE[


Place For Pensacola

Buyers to Buy


Choice Family


PROFESSIONAL CARD.

DR. WM. C. DEWBERRY.
OFFIOE-Hannah Bros.' Drug 8tore.
RESIDENOE-400 E. Jackson Stree


Wm. H. Marean, 1. 0.

Hom0eoratwic Physician ani Snreer,
jLate of Ocalsa. Fla..
Offo-rs bl profess:onal e-rviceq to tbhe citl-
zeni% of Pentacola.
PI,:pec'iaalttontion arven to tho trn'tm.-nt
of Chronic tl'Pa-eq and Il-i'a.-' s of
Women and I'hildrtn.
Thirtv Y **ar- rw'e t ho4 itn -Sti Lb.
I >Hri- Houri t:-' a. til. t1- 1.: n.. 2 to p. m.
Kt#-lid-nce Pbono No. '54).
ltr-nt-.lhount BulIdin--lto im 3


Dr. Wilmer Hall,

DENTAL SURGEON,
Masonic Temple. PhRo 364.



KlNWLE 101.,,


GROCERIES GENERAL INSURANCE
-AND-
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The Well-Known,

Up-to-Date Store


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E$TZ & CO.,


,-120-122-t


Telephone No. 147.


Cold Weather
Coming. .., ,v ,..
"wrd rs ain d I tl ii till vI v t, i *i .-.fr.. *
cold -nap arriv%- \V ,- t.l -.-n y,. s
Itiaqt ceal yv,.u ran i ro.-'ir- f.,r -it -r h k, .
or h.'a-tinnta pi p>is .'ns i rlt- 'a.of pr.,--


T0Jompso Olser) 9 0o
Itnsalr. inr

Coal and Wood.
Iitfi- andS aMrd. M V. V'ori-r /irria .
and IailrmuI tr.-.t..


McMillan Bros. Co.


Coppersmiths,

General Metal Workers.


mST LI. Maufacters of ad Hudquitrs for the


Celebrated McMillan Seamless Turpentine Still.

Cmeite Otfits always a MAul., a reaig bti t mItlN .

MOBILE, ALA.




JOH N PUR DY,'*

Foundry Iid machine Shops,
(C EN'i1KAI. LVfAKF. (C K.. JLFF I- R-N.\ A 'I4 I'INE. rT.EETS,


P ArrEIRN'=. ('.\-TINOi-.. I 'MIbFk 'I'RU'K-A. SMIAL I'
Catr Xt'.I.Wo~oawl a froi.'Pa I--.Hm izf-'T-. HX'--.v:


LEWIS BEAR & ('IP., OIholeale I)Deale rs. Ifell'a4ipll


The Best


Washing Powder.

Woman's Best Friend. Dirt's Worst Enemy.


ALLIGATOR


SALOON


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1NDOZALp HALL & KLEIN'S
^JOF 1J0 RNSA RS'P^L^ JJ O YLJX ^k


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peNS COLA. I -.

REPRESI:NT TWENTY-TWO OF THEi
LEADINi FIRE. I.IFE. MARINE.
ACCIDENT. FTDELITY. PLATE
OLASS AND STEAM EoILER IN-
FURANC'E COMPANIES. .....

General Agents of the Elaitabl
life Asnrarr.e nSa.idt nf the


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TENNESSEE MINERS AFFAIR.
I'rouble I-twei-se 'i(.iri andil Nonuilon
W KN,-XVLI.E, Feb. 21.-A special from
.Jellco .a's: G. W. Iurceil, the organ-
tiEr o( the L'n.te. M -- Worker union.
who io ijcre. has receive i orders from
Nt:,-ual Pre-cdent 31M: uei. to oreer a
4'1ri e i:1 ttie j."ec. r -.., iti::i- a'ur-
I-'.. i;a : it v -t ( ;- :-r r, t nu(,rnas
IJ. tr.'-t c Prt : :. r .~[;. '-, wi'tw i. It was
ft't r::, t..ougfl.ar w,.,. i take illniu e-
If-te a 1 :;..n.
A a.1a-wlmeeting of tui di.:rict coal
itrtiaer-. lt,ti unlon air'. i ,in.iiio lhas
teen (a..-d for toaiignt. A: tIlS meet-
1:.. t; e t ita&'tio:i wIll be :,,'cussed. An
S .t wi.i i miae to have al the non-
ul.iltn InenU attliated witn the union.
It.it the entire district miay b- organ-
/*I 1;: I- itelieveTd tI -wil be sfuccess-
L.;, \% neu tie sbiuit. u w. W,11 6e 1:1 the
oiitnis ot tne M-ioe it;rkers' union.
I:-t.ke m.ay then bi ordered it the P'roc-
to: t *'at comtnany perbai-ts in refusing to
re-c -glnizt the union. A tcumber i f men
w *: oiccunarged t.- the Proctor com-
palny Mon>,Day. It is openly charged by
union xuen that these nen were dis-
ialineiei on account o: their affiliation
w:ih tl:e union.
The Proctor company is the only one
in tbe district nA It pavs a higher scale thin other com-
Pau.e(. tnie purpose of wtiich is -aid to
L.e to Kaep its nacin from going to other
c'- a; .nie-. as i has isar.'e contracts to
t: iiit-ever. it is o)ppJ)ed to union
;r.';ti;;z.r 1 n.
I r.a:i::.zer lurc"l was arre'toi a few
-isRvi .i. i:r the chari.e o: vo:atiir.g the
K-utlU aK! law against unu.iu agitators.
I:,is triai wil take t'iiace tais a.ltruoon
Sr t -1i1 I ow.
li i-i crdars cf I)i-trtct Pr -tient
T .: luitt a1 It. I 1 teii Mine Work-
e-l- U1I. 1 u .,il it rI:e a40 i iiiners ill Proc-
Si li w\a.K.-ii nuat ait m.ion. It
ini in; C ia i. tii a s-t ik-. would
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Contain Mercury.
As mercury will surely destroy the
(ense of siill anid c'-npletely de-
range the whol syste n when enter-
ing it thirou;:h thl. mucous surface-,.
Suich articles should never be used
-xe*plt bl.e pI'lly-cilatlS. a s tIhe dataiit.e they
will do ij t-n fold to' tie- good yVIou
(*;it pos..ihly de-riv friin th-mii.
IHall 'atarrhth (ur-. nianifactiirel.t
bly F. J. ('C i '.ni-y & ( ).. (ol-do. 0.,
<01o! it ti l i1 0 Ill"i'CilI'V. a;nd ik tak -l:
int,.rnlally. actinllt directly upol th'-
blh, d atd itt ,tlS surface of th
-y"sti. In huvinig Hall's Catarrh
( 'Curt- h sure you iret the genuitie.
It i taken itir7itriially and is made iii
T'ileldo. Ohio. hy F. J. 'hlieney & C(I.
.esti lonliakl free.,
&IW Soqld by I)riggi-ts, price 7.'r
per bottle.
Hall' lFinmily Pills are the be-t.

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PIFI)MONT. Aia, Feb. 21.-A strange
white woman of loose character, who
had been making herself very obnoxious
to the goad citizens of this place, was
ordered by the mayor to leave the place,
and she hid in an empty freight car,
which she thought was attached to a
train soon to leave. Later aefe was
found in an unconscious condition. One
or both of her feet will have to be am-
putated, even if she survives. She de-
clined to give her name, and there is
nothing ou her by which it may be told.

Am *rieut to liasr Jiryarr.
AMr!:: t'-, Ga Feb. 21 -lion. Wil.
liam J L.ryan will speak in Americus
Thursday morning while euroute to
Columbus.

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111 :;iV i'r;igdt' f.a iily, for drinkini;2,
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Asa >;- ltary |iree'ait ii ai.iinl-t
tilt. sicklt-f ltih it is s-Ilr to re-Iltt
froi the u of ii ii re, water. it ior
lno o t i r rc -v o:, l in a-n oi tile cit"
W at,'r -liotlh I -, | illl iif rr ll+t l:1 ;illd
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c tI- i. or 1 lot I-Il1 it. l:anl dlotdi
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Stam Cf/iSally JIll Co///lcf(
(1/14,i /Practicallynlfq //(I,,-'.
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A- Stowell A41(cI/i/1c1!. Ca-
pacityti, l~ en ty~-ire to lhi/i/l
thousand feet per daty.

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P ENS NA. -('() LA


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EXONERATED.


<,ia rni \V las',, it*nrd of luvestl-
i..r...o ~- porls I' nvoratbly.
-Nrw IN.:K. ]Feb. 'l1. When the
cru.ser t .,ar 6n 1 was wrecked two
I-i(ii l:1 a :( i 11 all in u 2 xrteid reef ncr;h
tot L.tzi,. it.oo t~;p's paymaster was
( :n'ei .t

  • S.'r-'i (jrumaneJi ai)lut .'J,iLIJ Mexican
    aoiars anti %-lJ i in io.l
    Tce wet'"; ofu t!i:i amtnont of srecie
    eid tiih- sitr.,u. b, x waa' too great to im-
    teril the lives ot tLhe men set adrift in
    i;.o (i:wn Ltt ts itin no certainty o te-
    in;: a '.e to ke ..p ait..r, ua:il land couid
    le' re iari(e. It was necessary to utiiz,.
    all the ,.pare ti.aIacitrri ti :ood, armri<
    anti alni:unitiun t(,r fear a iandaig
    wt.uld .have to be miadde fn a barren
    -niire. or vhat syin;pathi.ers of AJ.ui-
    nahio would offer a reception at which
    guns and cirtriidges would be worth
    nmorethan Mex:can money. Tne money
    left behind lad beeu charged against
    Paynma.ter Reyuohis of the Charleston.
    to tie amount of $12,240. and when be
    reached M1anila his accounts were found
    to be snort that muca.
    Under the regulations Admiral Wat-
    son ordered a board of investigation on
    this failure on balance The report
    which has just reached Washington
    luily exonerates the paymaster from
    any actual wickedness or criminal in-
    tent in the transaction.

    A DEPLORABLE ACCIDENT.
    3laIhllntlit lazrrggi-id at the S.aanlltnah
    liI etrlc ',ii ks.
    SAVANNAII, Feb. 21 -Michael Meray.
    employed at the works of the Edison
    Electric I.luminating company, on In-
    dian street. was caught on a runnlug
    belt. and after be:ug carried with great
    speed for oinOe dil-taiice, was thrown
    into the air a hei;gtt ot l. or 20 fet. liHe
    was i',t:ianilv ki.ldi andi his body badiy
    mutilated, his nead crunned and his
    right leg turn a:nu>st cu mii.etely from
    his body.
    I hie man waq et:a' iju : bef( re thL
    fatal aciidient in I oIii.v',iL. a runl:iing
    blt froni a pu.icy to repae it wit niin-
    other. l'Tne exertion .t 1puliing tie belt
    oil tIh' luncy caust-eu bhl to go1 lck a
    few ,stel s. As hie >id this ht fell an&alist
    a ilultiipie belt-two t0'its runninulug to-
    get her.
    They wer> go.ng at a rapid rate of
    speei atni 'te:ore the inanUinst couid
    disongage hli.iis:f fr< in the trap into
    wi'iln be hni'i lailen he was rusned for.
    ward to where thirt bilts gave a turn
    over a Orvnatno wneel and went through
    the air lik- : shot froni a catapult. He
    did not live a minute after striking the
    floor.
    John T)irr, Pr-I -y.ill.. Itd..<:i;y .
    "I iitev r ii-ed :tl ;i liitlr ;I-* iZ1(1 :i -
    Onile M il iin '' ('pti.i ttr,-. \Ve ITr.
    never witlriit i'. quicklyly broikk-
    11y) <<>t li n .iti c,11-. ('il '- a ;IllI
    tlir'oat ;iil liaiIiz tr,'ubi i, It- 114 -
    will iprt vtntit con-unipti,,in. Pi i: -
    :tilt to t:ik#,. Hilar'is' Phariiacy.
    J.,in Shlippartl land S. Kilin.


    A ./ % -

    Beautiful Woman and a

    Handsome Horse appeal to every
    Sumheer's Heart.
    Iolh :ire h t'er'" -f,,- the i :, ,f, anid rr,..y be
    kept irc tI rou t iin;l ybe


    Sloan'sLiniment!
    Thils Leni mef" i. the best nti~vptic known.
    It pl' ;t.v l. k ,; r !r.. It .s
    Rheumatism., ramp and Collc. L
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    FOHLKT IFA 'M 1)1V 1, 1ON

    RAILWAY COMPANY.
    Trat tie te'a-e-i.r a afor t be3 t ttli,
    *iyiPail :;j-!ttnto -et'A arr~ngton, Navy
    YF -i ~ aa' IP .rt -ar.-ui qiat
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    Va. It F.V1,it W I r KTDA Y%.
    !.-t-at l$ti-!1 nrt ihi'-t-nc-a- and rf-ttirr 4 -0
    P'--.'''.'- '.t'y 'a arcd and n-t v ni
    .-t-iL.la'. IL,,'ftlii-'tto Br-.12h and r.-tura I i'c
    FAxz 70k PrU'NOAY
    tetiqacola te3 )t lBarreacas NvyY
    I ard sr'e. rot3-n.. ........... ... 25c
    Pfrttisac-na to ?'aimutto Beacth and
    .Q n n --- -. .-. 150
    No tr-el Zht s-ed after -11:15 p. rm.


    icialni ;- tthe
    W troptn adu i- Uf


    -Agent, WING OHP


    -Importer- and lIoa'ers i n-


    Try It. Cn Tp at all t alus. Chinese and Japanese

    WAITED. *=Fancy Goods,=*
    Wiated to bns all kliids if Sienmil wrm 'WWww A P"-.0


    CUREs WEAK EN FREE.


    Send N-i:( r nd Address To-day---You Can

    Ia';(c It Frc d n(1 )e Strong and

    V goroius for Life.


    INS URES


    LOVE AND A


    HAPPY HCME.


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    flnill ii daltly n till *-how wilat in.-nl think
    ot hi- l 'lll'lner sl; .l
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    thiank, for your- f r .t -i tat., I [ taiv
    ci miv r ytouI r .trf-atl i 'In. t a tlhel'r,-.-,!' t.'-t r;ial
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    m-n *r a ti)teaii aa it.


    Delmonico hotel and Restaurant


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

    -. % 0ooms for Rent by the Day, Uleek ort lonth. ( .
    311, 312 North Tarragona Street, Opposite Union Depe.
    O-Telephone 68.--0
    --.GEO. WILSON & CO.,:. -
    Don't Forget to Stop With the Fat Man.
    SFRESH VGTIIAB8 REINVf DAIY. OL[SLE KAl iM.
    S-"'. l"' 'a :'" I Pensacola, Florida. 1"


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    OF PENSACOLA. FLA.


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    J-71mitty, nr1c.At ~;Ll~.; iltt.i~)ii ;,euics.~Nor
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    frov, Nafl3, Axes, MhoveI.9. Saw Mill and S'~2rhlbr).* I. okr
    .ndri Heating :3tc.voi:. Pain:., (hhi and Window Glze
    Agate and Tin-ware andUu :3 IP eo.
    (Jnna, P.:o n e F'-' i -- Tt -kie.

    AGENT fo-- Birminglam Ro~uiin4MJ"' L..v, 1 r' WGan&
    Stitcheid Belting, Northampton Emery W"9e C.t- a 'y L tj i !and
    Powder Company, John-irjn's Kalsomlre, lrr~a irg and Ruck,'.s Stovpl
    and Ratige'a. Wm.Conps &Co.*3 Raw Hil2s lace Leather, Muasry'g Ready
    Made Railroad Odlors.
    Masonic Temaple, Pensacola, Fla.


    JOHN McDAVID,


    H W. ATERS,


    REAL ESTATE AND BROKERAGE. Butcher and Green Grocer.
    CITY PROPEITYV FARMIN PHONE 172.
    AND T[MB:R LAN. re-Ih "l-h .-'- -sand Natve .Ml...'-,
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    8 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1900.


    MORE TROUBLE FOR


    POOR JOHNNY BOLL

    The Rossia of St. Petersburg

    Roasts England.

    SHE MiUST S-E"TTLEE SCORES

    Her ft'I.%r'r.'~iyI- ERua**a's (Ipportu-
    *eify..A r.fe Art-&iguammat In
    the Ii:e., 4. Peeb .r'gtion-Ni TI'm.
    to ~-1.
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    l.;A rimael. Fe!). 21-A
    V.-rtou e-4 an cM aai report from u(si!O-
    erai Crrnj-3. da'rd -cdyre!. 'Niasbr
    been cre on:.asr.5 I.(ows:
    i.-%.:vrfiar ti."rnI~ng a1K ut C (JL:O('5.
    whaac removing t.L.e It.4ier near S5b.o,'z-
    tiesz. are Were ataucdi-e Lov ftle ir~tieh.

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    nwed t:,itt'_i A 1048l sto tas
    Br:itmaitishm.' :reaT 1'eaconsideratle.
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    k:.1td a8:11I 1- X i cu Ini maornii,.
    t..e Br':tipii. Iu', w~tn caIIIIu.
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    woom ItziK, ri-et-'ete-ace over oIu.IeZ
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    Thit- enate r.-neie:ttper in Ifnoregn rA-
    .iA-.n% I ARV Or"1ric1'3i*, tv'Ccti..O romport
    oe'lng tzV 2atv :(- r, V %~1:-rant'..
    NO A:!.'. ~:.-!Wan V) I tCicte treaty.


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    IDtrAHO-.sN-r. ..-.C.'it-1ROUBLES.


    W~it re-Gors I sltil' l its" 114,ICU40 111V06%.g
    all IFA 10141ition It2l qfg 1 tl.e .


    1)e !yva'- cnour-t of a uc li-':w i :tae-s f.#rIei ~inI
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    .1. D'AA. li ,) f tbe acprisoiaed miners and the. daffi-
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    .~. OMI~N1 roux the tualitary atitborit~cs. sitae ofli.
    N VMIONV. cai" Nand thti".a" tits.
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    POLITICAL AIOICEIENTS. Friedman

    Fvr sheriff.
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    E'er Tax 1ft.4wsosr.
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    !,)r r r *il(tOinar!ion as zt ae-asur-r (if F-earna tia
    eU ritil-v, oteje-et to a de-cision fMt the enaas'j r IN
    'eie-aocristtit'pria arry s"ictlon iand FCNe'pt-
    iiI ol ictt Ih- -uppeirt of thI.-'e vte-r, of t h.-
    Countv. p;wie-dn.um %-'-Iffor Lthe future Cis
    11ta10- faithful performancee of duty that I
    litivet endca'. ore-r to fulfill during my ;eai-t
    tellu rv of the (in, ce. J. W. P'llATls.1.
    F~or Jan Icfe oir the Peac-e. IN
    I heri-by announce my candidacy for ro--
    .'Ir'ctaura to the- ofiep of Jutitce- of tb. Pt-ate
    for tf.. Secondet Ittrict, sbhjq-r'Itu the ac-
    tun (,f the nlolil tinting pi irnarime.
    Itie1 KIN J.F4
    I'er eJaic #ieof the 1Peace.
    A! t h 'u g st- ttro nof n u ni #.ro u Itfr -n'i.
    1:.':e-t)y 'ittinounlce. flY Cantieiisey for Vi tico-
    h-' ICac- (of the cty district. .ute:.-it to
    t !i' atct ioa (A Llice ntari iifl III, t l)Imtr.

    I".tr Scho. I Stape-rinleien o'ht If
    h- Ie ott r r4 (f Veamribm 'rrir. t v.
    loI t.r-!.ill 11011 11C.-' nve''-lf it tlT.!4~*'f.il

    1~~~'.ti Pubup imarn licnt efPuImoction rlo

    el rue' irate

    lih.- ,c t .-'ree av m e'l-f it ctirididitte- ficr r--
    *' ',Ci 't. Ill'.. CC1~C'. eCe Cr II t. l~l-iri-'i
    (,rf*ti ;eieICiacetriivtion itial^mtIih..
    1, --A'I o :tee!t ,t1~ ie '-i lp, ert (Cf tIII.'f ri-nd,
    in '.CCI't'. ~'ri 'rai\ tt li-- etainq ti'-tilt).


    Your Credit is Good
    I"r:" anL thinI in our lhmiEl-p. WX ;avp
    a I tr a.-,orti 'le t ef C' rl(eA.ft. I;ed
    IU",ine* -, Toil-t ,' t. ;t-. a d HI ?-';r.',i
    "'Ti -. I en l4 -d temnd' at $1 )p.
    -0. M. PR'YOR'S
    B.ir,':in Furniturtf tou-c.

    .ot1,in gso set as h a(nd.soone furniture.
    .Jfarston & Finch have an
    iintenise stock for iyou to se-
    lfe-t from and they will sell
    it to you on long time andl
    easi. payments.


    * RACKET STORE.


    *0 0


    GREATT 3MID-WINTER1-




    CLEAR iN 8AD SO iAKING SAE!


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


    Big Bargains:
    IN DI'E.S G(H)D) SILKS ANI)D SATIINS.


    Big Bargains:
    IN TABLE- LINENS. TOWELS. NAPKINS. ETC.


    Big Bargains!
    LADIES* MISSES-'. CAPEI:S AND JACKETS. ANI' IN LADIES
    TAI L R-.MADE DRESSE-.


    Big Bargains:
    LADIES SILK AND BRILLIANTINE %KIrsf AND LADIES'
    FLANNEL AND SILK WAISTS.


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


    Big Bargains!
    MEN'S, BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S CLOTHIIN(i ALSO MEN'S
    SHIRTS AND WINTER UNDERWEAR.


    Big Bargains!
    IN OUR MILLINERY DEPAlRTMENT.
    lorz and Walking Hats. worth $1.0, and $1 .'. aoiii- at thi- Ig C('l.-ar-
    ing Sale at 2"w upi .


    Big Bargains!
    ('ARIIETS. MATTINGS. WINDOW SIIHADES. I. \E CURTAINS
    NVWe havp rec-ived direct from .Jap i i, car-lli o' f Maittin ;
    Hand-loin"m Carpet De-i.zui. T'he. lIw przc., will -:urpiri.,e you.

    COME AND SEE THE GREAT SELECTION.

    I'r;,-m,::-ib-r ',ur Trad, )Di-count, .5 ) ,,ff 1T f all Ca- h Purc!.a,-'. -

    YOU(RS ANXIOUS TO PLEASE,

    1COHEN, FRIEDMAN & CO.
    fA" .M0ai Ordfr- Prompntly Attended T,.'Ma


    W. B. WRIGH1T COMDPANIY,

    ~.*" \ C I IiA' N II I T..eI I

    LUMBER, LATHS,

    SAUZD CYPRUSS STIN~G'L --K L Li~i
    - ~PEN:x-- 'CI)LA. 1-LA.


    Y 1Y TH IYEW i WANT COlLUMN!


    'F. E. BRAWNER'SK(


    STOCK-TAKING


    SALE


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    141 ''lWANT' Te ie) W RecA M';P.-V
    in%-(.. money. In-uear..your pr-oeprry, pro.-
    t-'rre-tpetraa't:e of titl1,. teci'. ore r -ii r. m
    lrlt.. re-nt preipterty of man% I'.'iet''.bisvre
    re-nt% colleatedt or ioar taxe-. att* :nI1td tn.
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    Title: The daily news
    Uniform Title: Daily news (Pensacola, Fla.)
    Physical Description: Newspaper
    Language: English
    Publisher: The News Pub. Co.
    Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
    Creation Date: February 22, 1900
    Frequency: daily (except monday)
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    Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
    Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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    Holding Location: University of Florida
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    DiAILY


    NEWS.


    VOL. 30.


    PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY AFTERNOON, FEBRUARY 22, 1900.


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


    FORTIETH HT:NNUT;L STATEMENT OF



    The Equitable


    AS I SURhNCE


    Of the United States,


    SOCIETY


    FOR ITHE YE-TR ENDING DECEMBER 31, 1899.


    ?>S ~ET


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    :. r -1arid Rl-t* e.due #1101.77,4 -IL.A -;rd
    .t c "I ,Iod :$41#4, 1L' I 5*1..................
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    :rz -t~ate--rn nt, ftar the Y4e-r I':a.w"- fir,] thi'.
    b#-he'truica:stl idtirrect-t =-tata.Te tc-ai
    itt the- ah'av'e-t.etatf.. tw- :are- v-&:ue'd at t0- miar-
    Wa loecemlwer 04i .
    Allri-d W. M"t;.w,... 2aiid .Au .:*.,y.


    LIABILITIES.


    - iuiel or a .r,- i ~:1. e-x-
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    - I*tt1-eli it'N .' i r- ii r~ie -' l
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    INCOME.
    i'r,: ::a ,e.i i,'.- ......................$ 4 '.:~t;i :142
    ( i-'!, "' V.* ; < r int.,r.-~t andl friliri
    t ,. r u'rc . . . .. ... . . . . . 11 11 .: 1

    In......................... "

    DISBURSEMENTS.


    D -) at l !' i:i ............................ 1. S 71 1,2'.s,7
    ;; , Matnre-d .mi,hd I)i-<',ln'led EIndownl,-ntt- 1.4;6i.P!'2 H1
    .,:T! I T..7 Maturdt- I),.ferred D Ivvidend Pollie.... 2 ;:S; 15 I t
    A i.nuitie- .................... ...... .. F.. 4 ..-I.'>h 5
    Surr-n(iaer V';ilt-. ...................... .26 i.:* 2 42
    7i7 ,:;7i; D)vidend- paid to Policyhiilder-....... :. ,il.,,4 68

    1, 4 l I'aid Policyholders......... $ 24.107,541 44
    0',,mmi-ions, advertising, posta,,ge and
    *- eI a I-xchan;ge .............................. .41'2.43.86
    All other paymients; Taxes, salaries,
    .(, ,.2; 111 medical exaininations, general ex-
    .274 4 ;,4 l pense &C.............................. .5,02"i.&,"i 69
    Sinking Fund. Reduction of Book val-
    lues of Bonds purchased at a premium 3t12,4t4o 00

    Disbursements ..............$ 34,882.025 .9


    ASSURANCE.
    instal'i.-aIt IPll it-t.w kated at thie,.rCo nitI'I 1 \a- I'ue .
    Outstanding assurance $1,054.410.422 oo


    Assurance Applied for
    in ISQ() ....................$
    Examined and De -
    clinedf ...................

    New Assurance Issued S


    237.356.,6 Ioco

    34,054 77-.00

    203 301.32 00


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    DIRECTORS.


    W. ~' A [e-xa rid.-r.
    -Fiu-..eralal.

    ::i at N. [H #AijeW


    I' JL.rdau.,

    YOUa (4 I!e,:.


    Janite.- H. Hd..
    T~. Jet~ffr-am Coolid-P.

    iota ii -clil A~toir.
    Go-orz'- J.(alu
    A. V-en Sauitvoeerd.
    FEdwm'ut W. Latntwrt.
    a-, W-i. C1. Van filsuan.
    )I. M. -A l-x:a iader.
    'I. la-eitt Caav'er.


    JoihnAri. Stolw;,:t.


    Johni ii ica 11.
    Wni. AI'-'XiAld-r.
    Miarvitn 11 ugoiait.
    H .1. Fatirchtild.
    MI. E. Inglls:.1-
    D)avid H. Mu'otTat.
    Brayvtotai vi-..
    C. Li-d'a'er l il-wl-.
    A Xa I;B-rt,,Le II.


    OFFICERS.
    W ine t. Alexander. P,*,-- .
    J If Hy'de. I O'~ age F. ''aarbe-l I-------1 V,. 1'-
    F ~ ile I-wil-air.7l -?Vo,. -4.,at"f.rThiomas 1).J.Ja(idni. '',-,a'.*
    Will raiiiAlt xandtadr. - Sa ~idney D. Ru pl--y.TI-a:,,r
    H. -%Iel ntvr-a. A a~a %.~~ '-Jame, It. I.n Ri. ,p*'o1 -(1'-.u
    IV1dwar~j W. LmIMtr. ND. I..dward Curtis:, M. 1) IM.,"- ,,/t/ i' ,,'"".


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    BLOODY BATTLE


    The Forces of Roberts and
    Cronje Clash.


    BaUtl- It ,-n1 Sunday and Was still
    in 'r,'o re.s VYste-d*y-L' -sse
    Very Hleay oin Boih SIden-Cronje
    Strongly Blarricnded and his
    Farcp, aret l)tliant.
    Loi >I\ F#b. 2.-One o(,f tl:h
    bl.,(,die-t a:d ii.-t ,costly battles of
    the South African war began Sun-
    day in the vi?-i;ity of Paardeberg
    drift.
    tien. Ke(lly-K-e.a:y. while in pur-
    suit of (-en. Cronj.-'- force-, caught
    the re.ir guard of the Boer armyat.
    Klipdlrlft arid followAd t)h burghers
    to th- Boer laaier, at hKomdoo.raud
    drift. Where the action b.ean at
    daybreak.
    The British mounted infantry
    drove the Boer rear guard up) the
    river toward the main body of 'ron-
    je's army, while another body of
    mounted infantry maneuvered on
    the right front and flank of the
    Doers.


    The British main body advanced
    to outflank the Boers' laager on the
    north bank of the river.
    Gen. Kelly.Kenny having seized
    two drifts, found the Boers strongly
    enclosed and ordered an attack, with
    the Highland brigade on the left
    and Knox's brigade on the center
    and right.
    (ien Smith D1)orrien's brigade,
    raiseded the- river and adv.,nced along
    the north haii:k.
    'ThFli round( was lo've ol n)both t-
    north ainJ soith bank- ;,nd tht' ad-
    vance. ulonl the ope'ln plaill wa a
    deadly on,.. the Hller ;guns niowin.:
    down the ilrititlh a :1hv'y advanced
    and inflicting tt'rrible losses in d -',
    aiiu .)undrd.
    The battle wa., an exa
    of thi- Modder river hlatte. 1he
    soldlii.rs were under fir, all day
    long ;land all thie fighting w;a- with-
    out defluite re Iult. as tia, l:,ai;.r
    wa'- we-ll larricaid-(l antol the- Hallwr-
    reiin:in, l1 therein. 'I'Th Ii;t;-li
    lielli '1 i ti ltaige-Ir vig irou vly ardl
    lh- i. r- r' nf' -s f--- ha: ti, l -t
    ovter ,^n 10 l(, ..
    T''er' itir s,' llig -'I wIa- re-t-m ,:' d
    Monld ,y. andl (ti;n. ('rollije, t-k,-.l .
    t1 : l't!)l!n ic t) (,r< fr hi- w ol!tllob (I.
    T' ll-da\ t0;. 4 h. llii w. i r- ti; li
    'nid over lifty ; g n t" urged d l'-ad n111:
    l;4,-r ca;llip.
    \V dl.i.-day fifty pri-oinur. w4-ri
    '; t:;r d frf im : Hie.r lK pj.. btit
    (;,rn. (' (in;j -.-till hlds thli p1 ,-iin.i .
    0(',1l!n 1t(l1;id tlnt t; t t;,- bt-II ,t-
    t i-i:::':ing I to relivet- ('Cronj.-. ti t hii-
    l,--. :av- e-n li heavy aind l.z- cmai-
    ;in i ii -eatttr, d.
    A tl-ip:itchl from Stork-lIpint sav
    li,'- r'ilport that nri-'\',- are untutrunig and iarnd that he
    i- n, longer chief in c coliinnd of the
    H'i'r arnny.
    A ii-;'atc(h rec-ived at the war of-
    fHt-, firn iLord Roberts statfE- that
    tli-' Bi.r-,r have been driven otf in all
    ;lire--.tii'is. leaving many killed anid

    11 IY FILiES I'OTL;.ST
    A._ Ainst Britis -' Sei/ure of the Sabinie.
    I. 'N*iN lFt'b. 22.-- Amiba.-s id4r
    (Choatt lhas received a di-pattch frian
    se.cr.tary Hay prtt->tin; a;aii-t
    the s,-iziur-e if the- Sabint, budii(l
    from:n N-w York for Dritis- rtc- in
    .', hii! Africa.
    S.i-crit:ary Hay characteriz,- the-
    - izUIPr a- inllif l sa1' tyV alnd iy- thte
    tritit-i could have effectually pro.-
    ve-inted the tr;atnferpence 4of eiatra.-
    t.arld of war to the Boers after the.
    cvir.,o of the' Habiiav had been lanwled.


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    Prospectors are rushing to the lo-
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    Boers are Again Hotly Bom-
    barding the Town.


    Thoiuh it a I Said That Ihey tre Vli-..
    iiig and I lie Shelling of LaIdytsmt
    is to Prevent White I'rtm Helping
    Buller. who Ip Still Advancing.
    LONIxow, Feb. 22 -The HlTer are-
    again bomibarding Lady.nitlh from
    Bulwana hill and Kla.;unbank 0i
    pouring shot and shell iut,) the city.
    This news surpri-ss London, as it
    was supposed that the Rtoers had
    dismounted their guns and that the
    relief of the town was assured.
    It is generally believed, however.
    that the reports tnat the Boers are
    fleeing from Natal :are true, and that
    the shelliniarof Lalynmith iA to pre-
    vent Gen. White from helping (ias.
    Buller and to cover the retreat of
    the Boer force.-.
    (len. Huller's forces are d(anio


    THE BW'NI'CKY MUDD'I ,E. c,,ntantly nearer ntd hi* a.agL se
    is watched from the town.
    (Giub>ri.atorial <('o Ion Legal Iaas forces in the vicinity of Ladyitotb
    ;are rushing to reinforc.- I en. Cronje.
    LosIV ILLE, Ky.. Feb. 22.-The who is- Ilhtinio Lid lob.rtb.' forces
    signin ii( of thO protocol yesterday by de-spt-rately on th. road to l'oeum-
    tie attorneys of iov.s. Taylhor and font-nii.
    Heckham has brought th. gubornra- western Waterways. Approipriaton.
    trial contest to) a point where it will MEMPHns, Feb. 21.-The committeeof
    "ought out on a leg il basis. Un- Memphiana appointed to go to Web-
    ..r *1o a'4-ee: .r Judge Field of ington in the iaterest of an appropria-
    the' Jfiferson L4,...-. circuit court
    vwill tr:' the injunctrin sul& and the lion for the imorowmaeas of weete
    '-.*-* will *t once be s.-nt to the stat,- waterways will leave Ire Saturday.
    c-tart olf atilppals. the decision of March i. The committee is opposed
    whiich is to. I- final. I of t: fo lowing: Mayor J. J. Wal.
    hamp. chairman; George -kene. secre-
    la.hongto n's Birtlhday. tary; Juage J. T Litbam, John Over-
    too, Jr., A. 8. Ca dwell and W. J.
    W~ rfl\(.rix, Feb. 22.-Wa.t Ling- Crawford. The original inenDrioD waq
    S*:,i'p tirthd:ay is beinr eob-.erv-d< as to go to Washingion. leavingg here la
    S-:rw': holiday, I)aniks-. 'xclih:in', Marcf, but because of recent advTice
    .s;. bhu-intls liiu.?es bein- g cl.- l d from congressional representative to
    i:.i t !i l lyving everywh,-re'. The the efft-ct that unless quick action is
    w, ath, r i- v-.ry ntnfav.rtable. Ad- take no riv-er and barbors appropna-
    S;:'te- from :nll p-art- f the- e ni,tittry t, on bill wil be presentitei at this d*e-
    -tow t,..u t th.,t la iiiiry of V -i!liig.- si,,u. it was deterriiian id the wisesst ol-
    :* :. ;- l-i i' I nr iv.-rl aIy li'liiored. iy to get to the c&p:tcl at tmu earniee
    possible uotaant.
    In Tie I'lhilippinep.
    MANI.I \. l"'*b. 22.--W:a-!iniiton's lUniolo IBoycott- .spirtilnd.
    birthday I- Iring <,luietly c.-l-.brated K V.SAS .S' CII. b. 21 J.(!gud'stover,
    -re. IThe Amriat.- ii i.I.- that we.r in the cr:ut court. bhai uc!'Aredt thai
    r -ite t ld h en er labor union hid the e gal right to pas
    rai-f-d at thli- wlho;m hom-f- a;il tht
    cat'hlldn -ati nlr patr iotic it -. Th.i in force a pa(-eful byoutt avainqt em-.
    mr111 inis of the c i-e'r Ihltimn r,- players of nonunion labor and had a wp
    were give-n a holiday. There will ga: right to try by peace,ful and fIr
    lie .-v-.iing xerci-,-s at the Soldier'- 1,rsuasivo meaus to Iuduce cuosomeu
    institute. of a boyconed 1lrBon ur firm ro q~t
    that person or tirm annl patronize em-
    Catholic" i'ilgt ine IHletssed.. pl yer tof union workers. 1 be decltion
    w.Ks ima to in the suit o' JH f i t Kck. a
    It., >E. Feb. 2-.-Tlha' Pope visited vateriuary. who aaKed 0.0 daimag ee
    St. Peter- at no'in to)-day for th"t against nirniber- of th-' 31Mter H lrse
    pIurpis. of bl,-s .ii several -rrni f P.,erq' Protective a,,oiia'ion .ta Kanesw
    pilghriiin-. If-, war enthiusiastically City and tiie Jonrnevnmen' Ihorls
    re-ce-Iv. J by HI K pil.rii-.. c-uers' un:on No.. 'J for L,,ycotting hbe
    nnaFifth n Con horesehoetng shop. The jury
    Sfth lvlelon fCroO TuI-lel. under lnotrua-tiin frminl the court. r.
    LO'a), ', Feb. 21.--4.2' p. m --The turned a verlit't for the dlfeiuants.
    war ,thi ')e haq received the following I
    from General Bailer: "Cheveiey AIuI.etIrA, (a. cleb. 2i.--Ta ework
    Camp, Feb. 21.-The Fifth division DA. A Feb .- wo
    crossedd the Tugela today by pontoon' in the im:litary department of the Norts
    and drove back the enemy's rear guard. I (,Geor., Agriculturai c ,,iego at tbies-.
    our naval 12 pounder silencing all of( ,it jirosenr an atoiorefig feature.
    tue enemy's guus." 'The dietss have been divitned intosig-
    orma d. nal. bhliograpu and art:l.ryv iluadeead
    -ix.congressman Do GnAM) IRAI'Dr, Feb. 21.-Ex Con- naiinm wa'b flag and belihoraph and to
    gressian Charles C Comstock died at artili:ry practice. An attractive bit of
    his residence here last night of pneu. worA ty tooarti lery qa-is tine di&-
    , oontinl and n.ocuintg of the large
    muDna, aged 2 year. Hie was one of Incih t ld pi.cts weilgbcn over f.
    tLe pi,,neer manufacturers of Randd .ond whih twi-.v l.arn wiau prartite
    ,aD)ids and iai mawsed a large fort, o acc ]'. -11 I,,i'ilirs Fir.. ,upply of a i.,jniuntioi lir tmrwst prao-
    Ir l. 'i-e r u;1 t bta e n re-iv.,i t rr.r, tbh
    "Pir-;.' !r:,. l"at, o waru-1 -t a an t.ew .. nter.
    Met'iol l:'u:n '-V of I'-d(eral street tiih % e t.iL;g 'or \ .. L-,'.:. :I i tlIw %teks.


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    Fred C. H-,bertsoa. a lawyer of S;)
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    Governor Steutieoberg proclaimed
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    several men were arrested x and put in
    the -bul. pen." Mr. Roberts applied
    fojr writs ot riabeaA cr-)rpu- for the muen.
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    GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE. A. RUMHEL & SON'S PUMPH.
    CzaTs, ordiag Paitsi. Oils, I laBti:al I trumeats, Ckarts, elars, CkIin:
    COMPAMES9. IOG.. FlU.


    for Infants end Children.
    The Kind You<: lHave Alwt ays Bouglht ha- I3ir,. thi.e i'ri-
    ture ,f (Cha,. II. F'let her, and hat bee-n imladl Irul-r h.-
    personal supelr'i.n''! for ovvr :J year'. AIlo i.'no 4n*
    to deceive you in tl:i-. ('.C urntetrf-it-., Itrit.&tttion- il
    '**Ju-t-a.-gMe ;:.r 'iiout Experiiment-. andl -nld.tln.l, r the
    health of Childrt i-Eximrieince against A*\pIrim.nt.
    The Kind You Have Always Bought
    Bears the Signature of




    In Use For Over 30 Years.


    Bank


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    TIE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1900.


    MUCH SPECULATION

    ABOUT LADYSMITH

    .N', ..bsa:n;i:ai Reports of Its
    Reliief Ecceived.

    L' : D ROBLRTZ' STRATEGY
    i i 1 r-. tl ii *D :;g ilo, oii- VIlih
    i. r I ip ii 1 Ie-s*ilt to Draw
    I i .A .., --o .o*iilmt llO l ielt

    -e ,c no war c'..ce do-
    .:* :: ; unat-.- *, -ub-*antiate the
    :.- : the i ,-i f ,, l3.aivsilnitil. But
    a.- : : *t Iroo- t tie public from
    n0. t;;: queen i.a3, aa .n fore-
    it *":.- ti. ..rrit.s a: la.. M.s.. an i
    - *i t i ill::;lJ ."Ate tll t ,- .al IIB\1%N
    t-: :" pu .;i" e j;t i u ie ruayior
    \ r. uti a- s -ro;ar' -Lf- "trA-
    It. :1 : u:I u -i r. 'Ir u'.i L,iri
    A .. .. : ' l.- ( ,-iii; i r O a nTi !itiz
    S! ". ; < t-l~ !.ll l U.tr' -
    '-- ;. .+.r I+-'' *r, Il v -gar %am t w. n
    t- .' ,. ;,>r.. t : i: ).; tllt'i( t aux.ety ot;
    *..-:t *-- .i- ti- ,i e ,h words are
    .1 "u 'a-!i 0 i ;:. 1v s an-


    U i, i > n e:."ra l \\ Ie .'
    7 r iiI .thP ',iivla k'u t.I it:4 i
    ,, ; ,t'. \ -tV t:;-r-' i re oswav utic .- -
    S .' It. 1,i:lt o nt y be;t 'eC Il t L-, v
    .1 ; ,; i :in'i te ,fe
    r.,I 'i a. r,-e ;,-: cf thi- .i,,tt:t o
    : re..:ard- aii "a (ue in, r-, t,, ., i
    -L I L ird R'itoerts' brilliant istrat-
    : aw l WtC < t hf the Boers than to
    -,- riu u .i.er' unurnjrous assau.t,.
    i,. : iues of thle rebnlt% of the battle be.
    en (tenerai Kitciener and General
    rn u;. reiuforced bv the forces tnus
    *ira.n off fr(m la Id~mith., as expected
    i,. .aituot syiichronize with the an-
    ouonacmnent that General Biler has
    reached his objective.
    Tne accomplishment of the latter
    vrect. however. to regarded with greater
    SnfLdence than is the ability ot Ge(n-
    * ra Kitchener to thoroughly cripple
    general Cronje. for the Boers' general
    .* proved himself so clever and daring
    S .pping through the British lines
    *:at. even if Lord Roberte quickly occu.
    .1a Bioemfoftein. there are many fears
    *.preseed that General Cronje might
    re serve the effectiveness of bti
    : e forces.
    o ; war office this afternoon an-
    it-ed that it had no news front other
    es t here is yet nothing to throw
    :on the main issues. Regarding
    military conditions,. the niiiitary
    .'*s in the afternoon newepapera ei
    Sttie keenest eatlefaction at the
    !- ,of the campaign. as revealed by
    a-et newi. drawing attention to)
    ,,.t that whetberr uot Lurd 1Lb-
    -* ,'(ceda in inflicting a ec'libive do-
    ti. ne has forced the Boers to release
    "- rip on lad vn.mtht. K tnter.ey.
    an&0 and Lowt.e Nat. ihnUha al-
    -ic tat the *oiewe of NMafeking itav
    in f i* I ;<- er force riven i.:T
    K i:t:t !t rv. hirilldlavoring ti() aeu. '
    i :. iis-*t .: .I ti'' i nai (1 'dIJ dav,
    -hl A if.it n I iz- i i t ii(rcei,
    .. a .trrtnhi > atto-t'i itt" i, lrve't
    t :te tu' w-r I. i-.i I v ith tni..lrt
    ;u*t;s irt i: te l.i .ti-i nr cnuted


    '*. l' ,.' i< Cx ,oO ted to ar-
    : r itat.s 1: o t .e itta'k rmida Iv
    I' unmer's f(tre- o(tn Ti le r, er
    ti i.et-.tied-d to' a 12-' i under. nar
    t i'o %. uot far from (iAthe-
    S-. -. w that as the Britasb were
    _.._in uap tnhe hii in the dark.
    .,:- a net of barbed wire. they
    : the iofwr watch dogs. whogave
    - u tni. The l.oers opened fire and
    i**n chareed. but the Poers ex-
    S : ,.yviantite rines, do:ng muc.
    a: inid the Criti-h retreated.


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    DAILY MARKET REPORTS.


    COTTON.


    NEW Yo.R. Feb
    January ....
    ' eoruary..
    .uarcn .. ....
    April.
    LUay

    A u lne* '..er ...
    o) t I : ,-e r
    Uvr:ivI. -r


    ACTS GENTLY ON THE

    KIDNEYS, LIVER

    AND BOWELS
    CLEANSES THE SYSTEM
    D, E EFFECTUALLY,
    v o.O5'- -r r

    OVERCOMES
    HBITAL CoNSTIPATION
    --G PERMANENTLY


    BUT THE GE~MINE MAN'F 0 6Y
    CAUFNIAc16 SYI?VPC.@
    psV. 1Co 3C a. o"% VO
    --!G- bAU bycA. tF pBu i mut trit
    App.1inIlles-oi I 1t-r .1J.l-- Taylor.
    M1 LIu; 1:. 1'eb. 21 -News comes from
    Wasaington that toe nanie of Hon.
    Hlants Tayior of Mob!ile is being urged
    for appointment to oue of the Philip.
    pine commisrionershipq. Mr. Tayior is
    one of the must accomplished and mrnes
    popular mieu in the stare. He is a can-
    didate for congress from tha First Ala-
    bama district at this time.
    Marrha-ll Not Itre'oglir-d.
    FP.ANKFroT, Ky., Feb. 21.-TheDem-
    ocratic senate met this inorntug at 11:30
    o'clock. Lieutenant Governor Marshall
    was on the floor and inimediately the
    passage oif tue tl!i atose and indicated
    his poreseince. but ihe chair refused to
    recognize him. '1T ne l{vulbican senate
    mret at 12 o'clock and ad;ournied nme-
    diatvev unti- Friday.
    4< v.v i.ui r't killed.
    ('>, t.I .I S. C'., Feb 21 --Wori
    coileIt lr. B nt-u ii tiv. e that one (f the
    c-, r -ti ,(i (n the Marit,,,ro county '-baun.
    W.'Iz buried an ax in the head of Atmcs
    4 .it 1-r. 111 '-narge -" ;:h. ang ant. ti lA
    th.to- Ita,,;, u ,i -flirr to e:et aware (i ,rt"vr %as
    i '-1"1 IiI ,n ;r tr ii ittii Iy.
    lI11l*1 \.-.. ,, i'r tn, h-r.
    lit \ -il F. a . Feb. Ar-hie
    M. .ir~ ry. a we .10, ,wi -lt:.'.u i-a k">*r, h.s i,. en ( ..:ivic'ted of man-
    -.,a ; 'eh r 1iI t'If t'ruit co)Urt anti a"n-
    el:. I to a et In ft TOa.rs ;in th pWnIl-
    t,,i- ai.rv. Ml-t n ary i. .ied A lex l1-eit. .a
    ,i. ri p-.eacier, by btriKin; Z 1L wiIti
    .iti t\.


    I' ir.- at Tliii,l t -vi '..
    iIt ;. -%\ 1i Ai:. (;a 'eb). :21 --i he re--
    I-ien'e (o'cupliel by Mr. Y ung Melin-
    tyroe. ust on the corporate hilnis, has
    been ,rettroved by tire It was insured
    in the Southern Muu.ial for $i-,.k:
    The prope-ry belonged to tue estate or
    (C'o!on l A.. T. McIntyre.
    ,t lml Hrars l) k A-'cident.


    'PItI\(; Frank Stewar;. a prominent young
    merchant of this pace is dead from
    injuries received while horseback rid-
    ing Sunday afternoon. His skuil was
    - fractured by the tall. and he never re-
    ga111ci conscionsues.L


    Thre paa~use tobior
    I l~" twatr thliro is si St' talk 4oft' ettltolot-

    h.i 1114.I tIt SN-Sv o t .111i- t hingt, il t.-r
    t-i o *ti ; 4 "m I itlea -o iid tt Io' : 1t --*, I l a -It.
    %I-II loor. to) [jer- great :i-tooti-Omwni-zt
    "I'n Is otu rs.:dltvthinik o
    1os. 1(1to If tiothereis ntvt~laiit! onl
    V3i1-11if: litati itN r tit :tooitt tithti tt!,- l."
    f I i 114 1ilajl- 4.11tit :t1. ti t tI wItd : ro


    .16r1 j.K N1Ill1-r. N'e-wtotiiI I 1 at-1 1
    I't s l -wrt --.* I thtntk 1),~ t'
    W I t I .-itittalz -- I SIIvt i-- i i tj, le a tvi
    totr'too oiven ncet tit,..-.ikAll fratiduft-tl-it
    t'-loruti~i- uI Iitat ion.s :1 re- w 4,1 t 1la1IPQ.. IhIa r..-i-
    -. ~--il "Iiarniii:.-s-JoLti Stioppir1 auid S
    K I.1oh [1.


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    Furniture on Credit
    I it., ful lih e, of il boar.i-
    Si!I. in I 'ity'. W\ .trdo ,blC -.
    -- i..r. f ,-vary ';. t (*' :; 't tor th fitn e-t
    -'-* tery i-e' -ae ) -le initly1
    : .1 ti l'' litl' c !.inai c'|i - +t-.
    : t!.: : 'i ntltl l ilt i : til f t-:
    S: :ito-, ,t o. at O. M I';oy.i -
    I' 1.r 1 i ,- H ,, -< .
    1 3 THil; 1"1 RlIC.
    :- t o( -5Jl < ti',,- ,.? ,f
    .- t "ig,1 anud el1 :;l ti. ,t
    :- tI t ;- l I t -.

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    %X'to will I oiiiti-i o i ;I t- f
    !It. ii""'. StarLt' izitrv.d
    Vi-r t heo P.mvit v Til i i o le.



    Fin 1-tr# tt -:1 tttF-:,





    1/" ipnt are r'ewdq to !(o" to
    1em ose-keepidn !. let Ala rston-

    tn,* if ou. They, "'ill sare uou


    GRAIN AND


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    At hi-il.rv

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    PRO VISIONS.

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    NAVAL STORES.
    \V 't Mi \. i, )\' i'.-ti. 2 .; rin' tu|p*n+
    o>-. trt l i ,I '. 4 .: .4 : re eipts I'.
    ir1de tiirpeltni; tnin tonit 2,'i I,.'$ rei-oipts
    ", Tar tirmi tat ;! :' r'e tni .'i ,.ii
    SAVANNAH. F-6). 1:. Spir-ts turpei-
    line rtrin att 5.t. receipts, lo,; sale I I ;
    >* x; ,rsi. 0 os.in tirtn nil tian, i g'l.
    re i-opi s -, :0' isaletI l.U.4 ; eexport-. 1.31".
    Iltrrv- lK Iwrd.' Ietter.
    M(,tN\, Feb. 20 -Harry Edwards
    will seni 'copies of his open letter tc
    Senator FPacon to all the United States
    senators. He hopes to be confirmed in
    tpite of the opposition.
    I)W\Vitt'- Witch H:azl Salve i-.
    tiil- -kinar dis-;.i --. It i ; tt oriiiiial
    Witch Hi'-.-.l S.-lv. lewir. c)f all
    ( un.t.rfit-. I1t a i-' Pharmiacy.
    .It -li: Sh-pptard and S. K;ahtn.

    B1the The Kind You Hav Ahjs Bou'.M
    Bignatue

    LAHOR NOTICE.
    AM HICW('AN FFDIIRATION ii- IAIOR.
    L.A It,.,: -E:'.-S, Po rot N'l TI5 l' I No. s rli
    PIN'aCOLA. lHa.., .*ml.
    WVe. the Mortar Maker- ;and Hod
    Carrier- of Peonacoila.; Fla., h.tave
    orgatniized ti lilaorr's Protective
    I'liinii undilr an A. F. < f L. charter,
    lnuIltiber N.M'l.
    Not inenier or imniihori will he
    allo)w.d to) work wtti ith ii-n-t iiion li-
    bl)or.-r 1' o (i nd aft-r theli ,'t! day v ,f
    Marchl, ;Mllw.


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    SI c -'I ja itr.


    TliE (YSTI-.1, SE ASON.

    Iit % m 1 I):
    *I f.-Ir Iia t I 'our '..t-oon(,f af'.-t' 1
    the jatr
    An !I a .a ~o .,t .I i by1 vt -I()ft !terit de
    'haL -m,,, (it Ius -h(prt I y1%%illt1wi:ntt1wie 4,up-
    And il-,)t t heywill fo.r the Io-oop W;111
    %%lid Ithi thte inkt -4t andtlfattist.
    Ihi' .Voiiwxt.;-tit n t mir li vN ic 1
    nIowA'bfr -;Ale. doora.- (ir rosw. r.:ody to I
    chi:w. :a* his N'2ta ta~t tiu ca ii
    di# d, hatrrel dIrayIv adl, wagom i oaid
    -.1,~s Cal' oual.OW'fle to th" I if-li)*.4
    hut-i vies.;theto.erviilg of regrulr ii'
    will he-.disv~pttitjntted aft4-r ithi- wsek.
    hu1t -;pea.i-a I a ,der-z will 1b#- erv ad at
    :1 lv hour of t he day or iit.


    meets every Mtil'ilayv o*v.n
    Itng at 7::>. at M 'it-' It le itl.
    in In lutchinson hall. W' t
    I itendel'cil stro-et.
    'i,,,ttng bretb ro-n cordially
    welcomed..
    II. Ho;,I.Vi U. '.
    K.oR.& S.
    0. W.
    Iive Oak Camp No. 1 WiInidman of I th
    \V.trhl.
    M*-#-tq firat and third Friday iltght in
    earch iionth. Visiting s (it -]t)'t'- r c, rli-
    allv tnvit.d W. W. WVAI -sO .
    S. It. TiiAM I K. Clerk. C'. C'.
    MIEIt('ANT.,1 I PI
    (Ifie r of' t'e S MuitI Houi ia'.
    lit. !- ftet l it i on % ill tl l f t i- i 'rt'-iii ii.
    t'hto o-.t'(r t w Il O l,.\ i ,t, *A ititi i lll In
    .IAMIV. M H I ,1 .
    A 11KE IAN I l.. Vt'tr.i4l.t..
    et," ret itr\



    Kodol

    Dyspepsia Cure.
    Digests what you eat.
    It artificially ge-t-t th food and aids
    Nature in strengthening and recon-
    structing the exhausted digestive or-
    gans. It is the at e(t discovereddigzet-
    ant and tonic. No other preparation
    can approach it 4n efficiency. It in-
    stantly relieve.s and permanently cures
    Dyspepsia, Ind iestion, Heartburn,
    Flatulence, Sour Stimach, Nausea,
    Sick Headache. (Gat ralgia.Cram ps. and
    all other results,,f i mperfet digestion.
    Prepared by E. C. DeWitt Co.. Cbicago.
    Harz:.-' Pt;,ornnc Joi, tt h't
    la'tr

    A LITTLE

    DOES MUCH.
    Boom,. IowA. Dec 14
    No tongue can tvil wa.it It are n,t Lr.. i
    in the past teu years ::n ;my V r.iith:y .- -
    nes.. While sifftrnne un:..l a.,'i nv. a
    friend called and recomintenied W.,t.e o!
    C'ardui I sent fora b tttle. 1.ridl Oh: W ht
    relief. After the first dkse I beg.ini to fe..:
    better and have had no pain in-e
    MRS. GRACE LAMPHERf:.


    M. j TERDSEg8 .r,
    o-PROPRIETOR OF-o

    CRONIeS SALOON
    o-IEALER IN-o

    Imported and Domestic Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
    JUG TRADE A SPECIALTY.
    Coynt-r Rolmont and Dpvilliar. O t. PKENSAC((IA. FLA


    H. H. e ICKE.


    / SA


    )t~neM4jrdvi'


    Wine of Carduai not only cures b~ut it acts AT ON(rE. Here is a me
    of ten years' standin.:,and 'Net i-te 5it:ledi iwen1.At't he SUfferer ted el Wtter,
    andJ Sti pped thIe ptain. The Wsine gotes struk~i It- tot te seat .ot the tr, uble.
    It ax7s directly U'ifl the nietitrUAl and geniti'ir.. is.ci i
    v-i lemt, andi it di ie, vit. t i- rce a rextift. It Suim'lv i Nature thtatle 't:I
    a;ssistance that the _mitiferer's sx \ttl t,- A..\it'- ,12 rder in tne
    temnlite Orkgans ,.pre.tds niAnNv dit' r,i'r .all '\ r t.:e b xat \P.lien : he
    N% mue cures. the s,. urce, a!l the iiti,r i:: \ .% imatcrItero:. ur.e A
    ni an can be her uAfl P11)ai:I:' eh!'7':: -"it h !re. Li'CaI ex -
    !,. *': e Lur,,eI' hi:n-s i-t the
    It:h 'tl l n- D CUttt rtii'. lV
    LAGIES' ADVISORY DEPARTMENT. I rt& o'.\iett(mJ.
    -.t-n t-' --. ixt *. tr % W inetit ( and s "re
    ~.4t,;i' 4\ot Uo. *A :vl'\VIA" 111,1!e ti Jay btr
    2 t 1014* it z c.leII o..


    Druggists sell Large


    Bottles for $1.00.


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    ST. LOI


    A. B. C.


    BEER.


    I. GUGNHEIM'S


    Great


    Bargain


    Shoe


    Sale !o-


    SCildren's Department.
    1Hland-o-ewd Fi-r nch Kid" Infant4
    ltituon. 2 5.
    worth 75c, . now 50c.
    laiiJ-o- ,. d Fr ircr i Kid Infant,"
    lilltt,,ll.
    worth $1.00, now 75c.
    lHand--owed Kid Spriini Heel Buitton
    worth 75c, . now 50c.
    lHand-ewed Kid Sp:inf: heel But-
    toni.' -ll.
    worth $1.50, now $1.00.
    llanml-!ewed Kid Sprin, t i l,. I Lace.
    worth $1.50, now $1.00.


    Men's Department.


    SGenuine Don;. button, and Lacr
    S4Stho-..,s, 12-2,
    worth $1.50, now $1.00.
    Genuine Vici Kid Hutton and Lace
    Shoeh, !"--2,
    worth $2.00 now $150_


    V. J. VIDAh, Sole Whbolesaler..

    lO I,,IiiBRANDIES INES,IPRT 0 AID DOIE Ladies' Department.
    Panl Jones ant Echo Sprins Pclebrated bhisies. Kid Sprin He button and Lace
    Sh*hoes, 3-4,
    TRY I BOTTLE OF CELERY T011C. $1.00, $1.25, $150, $1.75 all $2.01.
    PHONE 154. : : : P. ) BOX 587 .
    JUG & FAMILY TRADE SOLICITED hKid Het+ 1Butto ntand lace. alo
    Free Delivery to Any Part of the Uty.v Cloth Top in Black and Tan.
    SAll orders left at The Ot tc., Vidal & Hulth. will tv carefully from $1.00 . to $3.50.
    atteuded to.


    A Special Bariain!
    A lot of Fine Ladio.-' Shoe-I ('in-
    ciinati make. regular price t.
    and $4 INI t ) a pair. now only *1l. .
    We. only have theml in 2-4 and F4.
    and C and 1) width-, that is wlh
    we s-ll thelm| :-,f chfial,.
    In Our Men's Department
    We beat any -.tor-r in town will
    indpersell aoit-i1oi av. d give. IhO
    ,-t t cotnftirt lel- fit and general
    .-ati-factioI.
    OULR $3.00
    Haind--o+wd Vi l Kid Shoe- art
    'iit;ll to ;tim y $..II ,oti, ill town.


    Pe KiG:adly amlicSitiie your patronai
    Plumber, Gas and Steam Fitter, ";: loth;..


    No. & South Palafox Street.
    All Kinda n. Plumhin izandl a PFittirv'.i Mut.p-.oio ",e- n -_-


    HOTEL


    ON EUROPEAN PLAN.


    Restaurant Attached, Open Day a


    OYSTERS, FISH AND GAME OF ALL KINDS IN SEAm-ON.
    Special Orders at Any Hour.
    RATES:-From $1.(YJ to $l.-i pr Day. 'LODGING:
    .-15 andal 51, S. Sou h Palafox Street. Penaco la. I'lridla 25 and 50c

    TIME TABLE.

    LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD.
    IN IFFFE: -:C .IANI .-\l:A :7. ; -


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    JOHN NICHOLAS'

    305 N. estauran STREEt,
    305 N. TARRAGONA STREET.


    CHAS. COTTRELL,
    Artistic Photographer,
    110JM .:. FISHIIFIt HI'I1.I1N<;.
    201,, SO)LTH PALAI.'OX STHRET.
    Satlhfaction G tuarante d In1 :very Par-
    ticular.


    HIB[R. BRU8 gO,


    Real


    $1000 "' i "'- irof ;, n.orth.
    of the"ir'-. ;it-i It--t f irou tlio g.
    $2000 wil,, but! r. .010 i.i city
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    . ......a -PP IITE I 5liN I; PaOT.
    a" CURE YOURSELF: 810,000 t-
    Ul.,U M (Deals at All fours. s Open Day and Night. o'
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    LODGE DIRECTORY ...... ov RO--
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    Pensacola Loadge. No. :. K of DN


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    -l *'e*n Akij'& -10 LTZmIl


    Three RegMlar
    Mcals Fach Day
    250 Each.


    nd eight ALI 0002,


    Palafox Street,
    Pensacola. Florida.

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    THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1900.


    ployes and owners having been amic- ]m I 1 u-
    abiy settled by written agreements. l I- |LAI' P h1L II
    There will be a irneetinz of Rath- THE IN1 U
    bone LodzIe. Knight. ,f Pytnias to- -
    night. Work in the fir.t and third
    rank-. Public Interested In the Porto


    ..... ',-Y ;v''' rFr, -i nfoet*T/f/ A aizTe crowd of Po4-fiIP,. inlCudiin-
    P aq- ro4~144,/~ret~,'. inl .ho' II c h ii -.j 1,a. rd 'ii tileC
    ,4"1 lijir Florida th 1- 114,ntili 1i' to CII-
    Joy' t hpCxctiIrtioiiTn ft 'jE:,w "tidit (of
    the library (of pul)~)c -:,44A1Nfo. I.
    j ) 1I A'A rumor waQ :tl -''t .411 la.loix
    ..>lt 14".'if :'e '+'.~tcilawharf thii, intrii;rg *..':ALt thi"- ritall
    11l-lhm2 !-wa4-k t.' 0Ol~.fW11lelat

    h~stvk- -t*. lu-t inlthe late "t iand K!!-A not
    Mr. 1'. L. fDavi-.of 'i''k-..tir i- a benh-r Iw
    -t .ITile PensacolIan I. waril- t-i own
    Ilk town I~Ltqp had [I.--t buy (quick
    HT W C; -JI ii 4.).-'; G, 011;, i-9b#-ftwre pric" sget bey..:id hi; reach.
    -t i I st'.'t *'lC ht 1. 'Ne i'er io thle h istov if tile city 11.
    Mr.R .W'i ,, ff N-a--.1vjj:I.- 'the-re- bp~dre- bppi ti activity ini
    ..l~I. dt L.' 'catdjla *.e real e-tite 111.:


    Rican Debate.



    "- fortiarL of iomtana an uObject
    of Interest to sip.htu.ee-ru-('oncLrlII
    and Aldrich I'urninh l'an For the
    Sen late.

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    .1 g- lf-!-t ittit !. E Ca tlahe residence of I)oplutv "Sheriff I" i-. I te1.,1.11104-1Il II 11114'Il1st
    L(.iilh~l. Frank Standen,- on E~a s't Wright i' I'f4Ils- 4'~''I ii' l,iIIN
    Ji hit A. P -te-tin(of J aek-..m 'jil' I!, street at I o'clock t i,; a ftern )(1n, ttie 41 Ilit. l1 .'.Lu '.. '%\ !.4I!t 1-1I.. Iii
    ;,u#,-t 'At t'lf- N1q-lVII3Ist- to-dai't. roof having caught from spiarks. but lol,1411110.V.10 ,1 fi
    Vt'.A. evile~ ff ~ewrie' I !.. the fire waim extingutilithed with the luI'!tl-i14'.'. 4.)lI1'' it441
    W.1i A.t l'Nevil-I)i'- lieZe ti-v. Iek. 1 4)'1%lssof only a few Ohizigles. iUIfai- f'I-* .- a Iii I 1, 441.( 1' t I 'Iit'I
    W.A ihi~no imnhmj4jAldermen-tiCahin, G(il-in. Avery. j41'i4ol-
    ":1-t'i "d at i" Me to'fie 5, it t" Ii. 'eL Chriistie'. 8aarstar'd IBrought Ifi1l 1ll4414' tile'- 1
    wf'rpd to their namf- at tilt-' city
    di'.'. ~~~~~hall laat night. but, a tq'iortitil if(t i4441t:Il i'h 't 41 4414 f'. ill 4tt~ 11
    Mr. ''. F.l i rid cif AVlanitj a- being Ipresent, no meptiiig fit the city Ilii' Wip"i.'. -.'I di- lt'l'
    Ia,4 h.- Ifri 1%Al At file I-.-catixitba cootiticil could lbe held. Thm".' jil-P-iAL iioiihmi_,I!-'%% I I1i .% 411fIlw ~ .14.iol tilte
    Ii.''' 1.flfIY.ent adjourned to tte~-t, aizri a~tthtfe .'I.'efeI i ~'j,..1'4',l4'., ial!e.-.

    :. It,- ', Ii'.- 1i't- --.1a.ttilt' Elevven delinrjaent-: app, ni e Il" Si:,t.-7 .,~. 1-. 'i1!l'i
    'I.~~ t41.l.-4. Ifort, Mayo~r 1Hilliard th~is tlri~ limitogt) Ii 4~41\j .4 .,4 4 li 4

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    tAipi,, THE PEOPLE'S STORE,


    A.


    Schwartz,


    Proprietor.


    flakes the Hair grow. Clears
    the Complexion. Softens and
    whitens the Hands. Preserves
    and beautifies the skin of In-
    fants and Children.
    'l Absolutely pure. delicately medicated. &urprnialy
    f activee. CTicrIe RoA1Pio not only the mroo t tff esciou
    of skin pun ersend beeatilei, but the pur stand sweet
    e. orf toilet. bat. and baby map..
    Sold e.ryvhe-. British depot: Neway.e. Loadon.
    PoTTER D. A5D C. Cop. Sole Props.. Beton 1.'. -. A.

    tort. ,r11 ih v:wanit l t o t ) :li--ver flit
    qulle-tiion in his onk \Vwai. iil aft.i'r a
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    spilonitd .lflri-hi. iid 'll nkr-i l. n hlki
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    lU1 Ionirn. "Sell Cheap, and thereby increase
    Hl IMIIUII. the business:"-- -


    Price and Quality.

    Y'nOt must consider then both. The mere chteapness of'
    things doex not make them devir hle. I'nless
    the quality is right, cheap goods nmary prove
    most expensive in. the end. yet the fact that
    quality is right does not justify excessie /prices.


    Our Bargain Salcs
    Pfitir, depenti~a beint'l.-rchIatilkd-P within your reach at prices- t! it at ithf r
    tiUl~ 1iie d plaCPS WO U Id purc ha~se none but in fer io r r 1.. 1.4 'tho-
    'trout)Ilgp~int (iff the W~'e(kk' H irgiiri Event-the force' thlat h 4- t1l.~
    -Itch *t oo r 4'ifW l itd tlIIJivjit'.tti(tlt-d Jpromfiniencef ill .n.e1i l 'tllm

    ;:'IThis Week's Offerings Cc8
    W~ill 1w. i:i-titil tI rly brill ian t -.)fleri rigs. eniravimi-, a : wIVfI. % 0i'4fft!
    'atil~iit 44-ee4w '.t l Id:toj)rwatra t. 1114 pirf I r4y, ym ilf1z 1 ow r i*i'' 1thric

    ~y~~ressGoods Bargains ~z
    CS 140I.-OlXtIWI (L1. P A.ND) ('1,IP FlRONT 1.1"rILNIGHT'I
    THREE .*j.. SPEI; J.\ i.,LOTS will bot hIt't#- cLl't of it. PeI! tt ivy are
    Lot No. 1:-0 :,-)e XPI HrdN(tlE-I't. r .l!..... "19C

    Lot N o.r2-.el" H ir t .#'ii.,i'

    1111.. like it eve-r iittt-red fur e that :il(.:1vat'!.yard,..t~ ~ 39c
    (1:i1 prTice of ........................................... .. .. ...


    othrle-i tading voei)rQfr-PI.inche!e.. 'wbide,1)#-r vairtl tlbJiVi.-%...........43
    Winter Underwear for Men, Women and Children.
    'I'll(, -4'-aimi i-: draw~iti,, t- ia 'li!e-. 1priti;- ;:,,,id-; will b64 e lm wittortg ur
    61)I"'11(4 -Wll;-11 ''iI10L''all t!i#- bal~an.e o~f ecir hl:i'-v 111414'?wt'ir at ~jtrw.-
    (lit t,1 half aind 1, -,. \\!iv i 1' II=i'i'Ld cht '1ice' to) -tuock 11ff andl '.av#- bh.i

    -rBedding Bargainsz4:.
    W!1lo I- jinelmrdit, antlli'4 effTvriniz. and y ~oui can sazve Im)If4' mv in any artielt.
    t~ir lia" dve'idt-d to lfvt' this loti-iiie's- lhi-, pex'-..inal a~t'li..:tid I~kin;ftette.
    k~ Lo.w Przices .and1(quick Sale-i.

    lo sc s- -Carnations.
    I am set.?lhIi ?i 4' ti#prodii1i' t o h#' 1. 4%vml)nlt :1.dlf l Ii--i.tlif~ld P 'rk 1 ir-letis .of
    M 4iltui24t1erv'. and ton11twe.lv.e tioxiis' 114)1c4.icanii ira,-!i anl aiy i (of f 4it llowers
    Carnations 75c per dozen. D'iee
    American Beauties $3.50 to S4.0O.per dozen.toyu
    All Other Rose"s S1.50 to $1.75 per dozen. oyu


    MISS VIOLETTE MOR.ENO.
    w'" \ ', t o;r,.rr i; v.


    Chas. H. Turner,


    +.ARCHITECT+.


    -AND- -


    General Contractor.

    i'tii!,linii ;'ep, !, ,i; a '. M .Ilim t l ,i (;ruit, S f-;;in n l' m :,i ..;. .-:. ,: \V';W ti i
    .i1: l ( (ia Fitt i n ;.
    A Complete Plumbing Department under the
    Management of E. B. Morey.
    O A r'A rti-ti I)--ilin-. -.-riimi) t-;.. PIl I- Iid SI d ifi P.it- f,- 11;1ilt-
    ;1 I, A : I ;' i toI P, i' fI. i on 'l I 1 io)rt N iti<'.
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    A, t \V:th i ifiA l K i I,, II 1 T .


    Forbes Store.


    To he Always Cool


    THU[ GORSE IS


    THE THIN q


    \NoW la's \\iIcn you want a g ood
    . ttin. dress. l' he iest dress maker
    in the world cannot satisfy yu if
    ' -on wear a poor corset. Our stock off
    stan, Iardt makcs is most complete.
    We sell -l\ e wait lengths.
    WVc ha\4. u st opened , ,,; S 111mmer Corsets for Ladie'- and
    Misses, and Waists for Ladies. Chil-
    drcn and Misses'-.


    "Glove-Fitting"
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    MM3 SG~OODSEMIS~
    cents each.


    -uFOR ''THEWEK:~~
    (,:,4ot Stand ard Pf rc'lt.Q %1I an wide .. ............... I ioo yard
    ('aap Ma-soijyille 1)~mie~tic 1-yard widle...............I-,c V:.1rd
    I (a- AIIl-kefil.!' "'ersueko- inhn ( i2'Matl" od t yde-t .....'....'.. .'. I,.(-'ard


    --NEWC 8TrlKS.~-


    / Ir~.~'rhnni -'"'-"-"t a ('ordt-kd JLip.j PI' .es (i ren-dineQ. TaifetaQ. etc.. in all the New (reatioris.


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    e e.1 tno t wa uioa liic i a:nt i at (nce
    lini .i ti t a u. ry i r i i" l- ai inqu-st
    S.- u.ry re; i t- I g" v alt ia th iat tht
    i I. tn tl fi 1.'IS1on l tily l 'ie'.th at thae
    ;P. t -4 ; unkiiiiv. n.
    : I la' I I "l : r..; i rE i W '5!l
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    pene i to a serious accident at McDon-
    ald's. ou tbh Brunswt k railroad, is do.

    place, when in some way his arm was
    caught in a running belt and wound
    around a pulley. His right arm wa&
    broken and hi right band badly crushed.
    He also received a severe blow on the
    back of his bead. which laid open the
    scalp.

    Dr./TlareelluS/Tle(reary,


    No. 19 S. Palafox St.


    CALL AND INSPECT
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    1.1: I>STI'E.\ Is >t
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    Three Large Stores
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    :: Telephone No. 345.


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    F~lli : ., I 1,.NoI. I 1 1'1 1 1:$. -1)/ !/" b a n thin. i
    -..w ii. -'.. tr.i. I'r .- niture or houst-w furnislh-
    "n {;,! -. u; in ,;n : ",, 1, In.: t" er seen
    t,.ck, I-. ,: :,,,! li:::,. ;.,, ,1:.A AM rSl onl N < F li '.V v'ork.
    L,-4.. I. Qt t, ,. ,Their prir.ces are loir: !heir
    I..r':'in l, rnri-Ii1 i, HI.-,.. i/ock i. complete, and the'y/
    will sell l/foyt withat I/Ot want
    Elegant bed room sels. o on loin time
    cheap ones, ulhicherer you.
    want, at .tarston Finch 's. Furniture at all Prices.
    ....-- - Wt- iWart --fliinz dining ro in tabl--
    Hot Chocolate, 10c. at I i'thar 'at11 prices: ailfo -tove-. betd-
    W. T. Green & Co.'s, 37 kitche-" ,'aii'lt.- withi tr,-wi btar,il-.
    Sch-ta f.,r lur. anwl tlnwpr f,,r
    South Palafox. kitche- nl t.Iis.i ..and table-warr-.
    ('ill an 1 e-X'Aini' l tihe-m at 0. M.
    HIandsome pictures, brie- 'Pr'',r.- iar Aiu Furnit,;r- H,.u-,.
    a-brac, etc., in endless ar- FOR BEAUT'Ir'UL RUGS
    ray/ at rock bottom prices at .. .. .


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    TENNESSEE MINERS AFFAIR.
    I'rouble I-twei-se 'i(.iri andil Nonuilon
    W KN,-XVLI.E, Feb. 21.-A special from
    .Jellco .a's: G. W. Iurceil, the organ-
    tiEr o( the L'n.te. M -- Worker union.
    who io ijcre. has receive i orders from
    Nt:,-ual Pre-cdent 31M: uei. to oreer a
    4'1ri e i:1 ttie j."ec. r -.., iti::i- a'ur-
    I-'.. i;a : it v -t ( ;- :-r r, t nu(,rnas
    IJ. tr.'-t c Prt : :. r .~[;. '-, wi'tw i. It was
    ft't r::, t..ougfl.ar w,.,. i take illniu e-
    If-te a 1 :;..n.
    A a.1a-wlmeeting of tui di.:rict coal
    itrtiaer-. lt,ti unlon air'. i ,in.iiio lhas
    teen (a..-d for toaiignt. A: tIlS meet-
    1:.. t; e t ita&'tio:i wIll be :,,'cussed. An
    S .t wi.i i miae to have al the non-
    ul.iltn InenU attliated witn the union.
    It.it the entire district miay b- organ-
    /*I 1;: I- itelieveTd tI -wil be sfuccess-
    L.;, \% neu tie sbiuit. u w. W,11 6e 1:1 the
    oiitnis ot tne M-ioe it;rkers' union.
    I:-t.ke m.ay then bi ordered it the P'roc-
    to: t *'at comtnany perbai-ts in refusing to
    re-c -glnizt the union. A tcumber i f men
    w *: oiccunarged t.- the Proctor com-
    palny Mon>,Day. It is openly charged by
    union xuen that these nen were dis-
    ialineiei on account o: their affiliation
    w:ih tl:e union.
    The Proctor company is the only one
    in tbe district nA It pavs a higher scale thin other com-
    Pau.e(. tnie purpose of wtiich is -aid to
    L.e to Kaep its nacin from going to other
    c'- a; .nie-. as i has isar.'e contracts to
    t: iiit-ever. it is o)ppJ)ed to union
    ;r.';ti;;z.r 1 n.
    I r.a:i::.zer lurc"l was arre'toi a few
    -isRvi .i. i:r the chari.e o: vo:atiir.g the
    K-utlU aK! law against unu.iu agitators.
    I:,is triai wil take t'iiace tais a.ltruoon
    Sr t -1i1 I ow.
    li i-i crdars cf I)i-trtct Pr -tient
    T .: luitt a1 It. I 1 teii Mine Work-
    e-l- U1I. 1 u .,il it rI:e a40 i iiiners ill Proc-
    Si li w\a.K.-ii nuat ait m.ion. It
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    : n 1' t ;i .;: -iant .i. i iwevefr.
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    Contain Mercury.
    As mercury will surely destroy the
    (ense of siill anid c'-npletely de-
    range the whol syste n when enter-
    ing it thirou;:h thl. mucous surface-,.
    Suich articles should never be used
    -xe*plt bl.e pI'lly-cilatlS. a s tIhe dataiit.e they
    will do ij t-n fold to' tie- good yVIou
    (*;it pos..ihly de-riv friin th-mii.
    IHall 'atarrhth (ur-. nianifactiirel.t
    bly F. J. ('C i '.ni-y & ( ).. (ol-do. 0.,
    <01o! it ti l i1 0 Ill"i'CilI'V. a;nd ik tak -l:
    int,.rnlally. actinllt directly upol th'-
    blh, d atd itt ,tlS surface of th
    -y"sti. In huvinig Hall's Catarrh
    ( 'Curt- h sure you iret the genuitie.
    It i taken itir7itriially and is made iii
    T'ileldo. Ohio. hy F. J. 'hlieney & C(I.
    .esti lonliakl free.,
    &IW Soqld by I)riggi-ts, price 7.'r
    per bottle.
    Hall' lFinmily Pills are the be-t.

    %%* n n'- iV'r t Fr(z n.
    PIFI)MONT. Aia, Feb. 21.-A strange
    white woman of loose character, who
    had been making herself very obnoxious
    to the goad citizens of this place, was
    ordered by the mayor to leave the place,
    and she hid in an empty freight car,
    which she thought was attached to a
    train soon to leave. Later aefe was
    found in an unconscious condition. One
    or both of her feet will have to be am-
    putated, even if she survives. She de-
    clined to give her name, and there is
    nothing ou her by which it may be told.

    Am *rieut to liasr Jiryarr.
    AMr!:: t'-, Ga Feb. 21 -lion. Wil.
    liam J L.ryan will speak in Americus
    Thursday morning while euroute to
    Columbus.

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    all iiian r of iinuriti-, iicri~ t .
    n i it ria. cnil |necr t. aln ab1i-
    Il.i It Aply otI w At Ir It ,li n-( i f
    111 :;iV i'r;igdt' f.a iily, for drinkini;2,
    ookii. w.-lin .. IIetc.
    Asa >;- ltary |iree'ait ii ai.iinl-t
    tilt. sicklt-f ltih it is s-Ilr to re-Iltt
    froi the u of ii ii re, water. it ior
    lno o t i r rc -v o:, l in a-n oi tile cit"
    W at,'r -liotlh I -, | illl iif rr ll+t l:1 ;illd
    it- \'I, hrli+ .; : sl.-s l,.:.V\' S 110 x--
    c tI- i. or 1 lot I-Il1 it. l:anl dlotdi
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    Stam Cf/iSally JIll Co///lcf(
    (1/14,i /Practicallynlfq //(I,,-'.
    ~e~i v i'lliro-tW)-for bit 17(1
    //_, 46' by 1. Uf~e(t twilluew
    !.!airafli--edsteel roof/iFiler
    A- Stowell A41(cI/i/1c1!. Ca-
    pacityti, l~ en ty~-ire to lhi/i/l
    thousand feet per daty.

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    ,.I, ;,..f:i 4Piar~t'lt-i;trtTir In lherlin. Souie
    ir', i:- V !\v" ,nii.pl',-a. to dr-aw ltighs.
    1 ;.-\,'l;.\: Itit i:- I 'eErdl attra-tive to
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    Goi a Pei' ';i.

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    P ENS NA. -('() LA


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    EXONERATED.


    <,ia rni \V las',, it*nrd of luvestl-
    i..r...o ~- porls I' nvoratbly.
    -Nrw IN.:K. ]Feb. 'l1. When the
    cru.ser t .,ar 6n 1 was wrecked two
    I-i(ii l:1 a :( i 11 all in u 2 xrteid reef ncr;h
    tot L.tzi,. it.oo t~;p's paymaster was
    ( :n'ei .t

  • S.'r-'i (jrumaneJi ai)lut .'J,iLIJ Mexican
    aoiars anti %-lJ i in io.l
    Tce wet'"; ofu t!i:i amtnont of srecie
    eid tiih- sitr.,u. b, x waa' too great to im-
    teril the lives ot tLhe men set adrift in
    i;.o (i:wn Ltt ts itin no certainty o te-
    in;: a '.e to ke ..p ait..r, ua:il land couid
    le' re iari(e. It was necessary to utiiz,.
    all the ,.pare ti.aIacitrri ti :ood, armri<
    anti alni:unitiun t(,r fear a iandaig
    wt.uld .have to be miadde fn a barren
    -niire. or vhat syin;pathi.ers of AJ.ui-
    nahio would offer a reception at which
    guns and cirtriidges would be worth
    nmorethan Mex:can money. Tne money
    left behind lad beeu charged against
    Paynma.ter Reyuohis of the Charleston.
    to tie amount of $12,240. and when be
    reached M1anila his accounts were found
    to be snort that muca.
    Under the regulations Admiral Wat-
    son ordered a board of investigation on
    this failure on balance The report
    which has just reached Washington
    luily exonerates the paymaster from
    any actual wickedness or criminal in-
    tent in the transaction.

    A DEPLORABLE ACCIDENT.
    3laIhllntlit lazrrggi-id at the S.aanlltnah
    liI etrlc ',ii ks.
    SAVANNAII, Feb. 21 -Michael Meray.
    employed at the works of the Edison
    Electric I.luminating company, on In-
    dian street. was caught on a runnlug
    belt. and after be:ug carried with great
    speed for oinOe dil-taiice, was thrown
    into the air a hei;gtt ot l. or 20 fet. liHe
    was i',t:ianilv ki.ldi andi his body badiy
    mutilated, his nead crunned and his
    right leg turn a:nu>st cu mii.etely from
    his body.
    I hie man waq et:a' iju : bef( re thL
    fatal aciidient in I oIii.v',iL. a runl:iing
    blt froni a pu.icy to repae it wit niin-
    other. l'Tne exertion .t 1puliing tie belt
    oil tIh' luncy caust-eu bhl to go1 lck a
    few ,stel s. As hie >id this ht fell an&alist
    a ilultiipie belt-two t0'its runninulug to-
    get her.
    They wer> go.ng at a rapid rate of
    speei atni 'te:ore the inanUinst couid
    disongage hli.iis:f fr< in the trap into
    wi'iln be hni'i lailen he was rusned for.
    ward to where thirt bilts gave a turn
    over a Orvnatno wneel and went through
    the air lik- : shot froni a catapult. He
    did not live a minute after striking the
    floor.
    John T)irr, Pr-I -y.ill.. Itd..<:i;y .
    "I iitev r ii-ed :tl ;i liitlr ;I-* iZ1(1 :i -
    Onile M il iin '' ('pti.i ttr,-. \Ve ITr.
    never witlriit i'. quicklyly broikk-
    11y) <<>t li n .iti c,11-. ('il '- a ;IllI
    tlir'oat ;iil liaiIiz tr,'ubi i, It- 114 -
    will iprt vtntit con-unipti,,in. Pi i: -
    :tilt to t:ik#,. Hilar'is' Phariiacy.
    J.,in Shlippartl land S. Kilin.


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    Handsome Horse appeal to every
    Sumheer's Heart.
    Iolh :ire h t'er'" -f,,- the i :, ,f, anid rr,..y be
    kept irc tI rou t iin;l ybe


    Sloan'sLiniment!
    Thils Leni mef" i. the best nti~vptic known.
    It pl' ;t.v l. k ,; - r !r.. It .s
    Rheumatism., ramp and Collc. L
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    FOHLKT IFA 'M 1)1V 1, 1ON

    RAILWAY COMPANY.
    Trat tie te'a-e-i.r a afor t be3 t ttli,
    *iyiPail :;j-!ttnto -et'A arr~ngton, Navy
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    FAxz 70k PrU'NOAY
    tetiqacola te3 )t lBarreacas NvyY
    I ard sr'e. rot3-n.. ........... ... 25c
    Pfrttisac-na to ?'aimutto Beacth and
    .Q n n --- -. .-. 150
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    -Agent, WING OHP


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    Try It. Cn Tp at all t alus. Chinese and Japanese

    WAITED. *=Fancy Goods,=*
    Wiated to bns all kliids if Sienmil wrm 'WWww A P"-.0


    CUREs WEAK EN FREE.


    Send N-i:( r nd Address To-day---You Can

    Ia';(c It Frc d n(1 )e Strong and

    V goroius for Life.


    INS URES


    LOVE AND A


    HAPPY HCME.


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    m-n *r a ti)teaii aa it.


    Delmonico hotel and Restaurant


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

    -. % 0ooms for Rent by the Day, Uleek ort lonth. ( .
    311, 312 North Tarragona Street, Opposite Union Depe.
    O-Telephone 68.--0
    --.GEO. WILSON & CO.,:. -
    Don't Forget to Stop With the Fat Man.
    SFRESH VGTIIAB8 REINVf DAIY. OL[SLE KAl iM.
    S-"'. l"' 'a :'" I Pensacola, Florida. 1"


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    J-71mitty, nr1c.At ~;Ll~.; iltt.i~)ii ;,euics.~Nor
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    frov, Nafl3, Axes, MhoveI.9. Saw Mill and S'~2rhlbr).* I. okr
    .ndri Heating :3tc.voi:. Pain:., (hhi and Window Glze
    Agate and Tin-ware andUu :3 IP eo.
    (Jnna, P.:o n e F'-' i -- Tt -kie.

    AGENT fo-- Birminglam Ro~uiin4MJ"' L..v, 1 r' WGan&
    Stitcheid Belting, Northampton Emery W"9e C.t- a 'y L tj i !and
    Powder Company, John-irjn's Kalsomlre, lrr~a irg and Ruck,'.s Stovpl
    and Ratige'a. Wm.Conps &Co.*3 Raw Hil2s lace Leather, Muasry'g Ready
    Made Railroad Odlors.
    Masonic Temaple, Pensacola, Fla.


    JOHN McDAVID,


    H W. ATERS,


    REAL ESTATE AND BROKERAGE. Butcher and Green Grocer.
    CITY PROPEITYV FARMIN PHONE 172.
    AND T[MB:R LAN. re-Ih "l-h .-'- -sand Natve .Ml...'-,
    F'OP. R AI.E. I hic(ke li. ahd Country


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    4 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1900.


    THE DAILY NEWS:
    satere at thae Post Office at Penacola.
    Fla.m secondi-clabi matter.
    or ac: Pitt Builuing.A11'.; outhb als-
    ex aUer*t, up-btair-.


    THE NEWS PUBLISHING CO.

    Torns-Invariably in Advance.
    00e Year by Mail l,"
    Tres Montt 1 .*'
    410 Nontt
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    ,:is paper Is oaimiMe with the
    AINUUADVERTENI CO.,
    Eadistt buudding. St. Paul, Minn.. wbeir
    =.w. iadrertisers and others mav
    ag I nd where estimates will be given
    upanmacewr GENERAL ADVERTOISING.

    trk6(8&C0LA. FEP. 22. 1900.

    THE: Nfhil'" It(-II I eritilll'41H apa-
    per mill i l.t will be ill operat 1444
    u'hortly at Lauritl. Mi--.. a, -the firs-t
    paper milli tUjj -t.art.-i it, tt. Sfouth7-
    The I tern-i i: .Ijhavfk fluwlithat
    the J' ia''dPa;'. r Mill waz ill Coj..

    *rtif ImN o-w l.qz1,t:az I..; la --t 4 )tbler

    for tile st'.rv .Lt,az II. r. .. C. S. Black-
    burn of Ef hiitifkv. wL' -avl ill his
    o'ration 4%-.r I.. i.-r 1;f (mt-b,-l that
    IF ".r I. (st.. 4 1V .T' H. r 1, i -. .
    porlahi tto U,.,(. a ~ n 4F


    1lsrd. %%L it lm'tj-n .' Uwnill t th.
    -trve! by '(;,,]# -aidJ
    ,t*ohill. I ,It ''i .1 ,M'., vIll,., iou



    trI-ball l.AI* iI* -,Oarl n"th
    tans b wer%*.f tL.- f-i;n-r n .t! a~eria-

    lI-- la tt :laadilA- ~t fie

    road I)tahIl:--y 1ae!;, -rth~Va IdI roa
    inolver thet.*1:i ti n c. 22 ff tititter i) e
    isru 1n1taI Ia (.il 'III arit-. :41:41 ,Q ilith
    batntwer('44 rt!.,, f ahzch t. lf, anltrna-
    tio jur-(1~i'it fu- in iitire
    I le ni t-la ti u .:i' 111, 1-VIf tit-I-ilV#


    that thef- c--ert !i cw'':r t I' 2' 'r- I :


    culture -.' H-i:.. t Iw.


    and tli Jala.- :A L- 1.,

    vrdoirtly#- :,!II: ~ A.
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    Aside !rw.4 ,*I --!~' 0 2 .~i1l'
    the I.l.' t.1 -' ..*rida i vo- it


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    va tihs or i l..4-
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    vle hun red..vII Io-.oA 1'4t: I-'! v.

    Iiul eUA cVi I C ;Ii.A t i ~.;ndt' iii1X'C!


    order to avoid incurring their pen-
    alties. Nevertheless. all fishermen
    will be glad to learn that no less a
    legal authority than Hon. Joseph B.
    Wall. judge of the seventh circuit.
    who held the last term of the court
    in this circuit so acceptably, has de-
    clared the above law to be void.
    At Tampa. on the l6th in-t..
    fisherman wa.3 arrested for viola-
    tion of the law, and on habeas cor-
    pus proceedings before Judge Wall
    was discharged from custody on the
    ground that the act had been passed
    in a manner violative of the consti-
    tutional provisions on the subject of
    legislative procedure. In deliver-
    ing his opinion in the ca-e the ju'Jge
    said:
    It is cloer that th-i bill. at passed by the
    senate was nevo-r r.adl b)ut twice intIti bt
    body. eitberby title or by sectionr'. nor was
    the rule re'luiring three reaching of it dis-
    pensed with by vot+- of the senate. And
    the conclusion is irresistible that its enact-
    ment was not an accordance with the plain
    requirements of the constitution.
    Tnis is one more instance of the
    loose and reckless style of legisla-
    tion that has been so frequently the
    subject of complaint in this state.
    However salutary the law may have
    been if properly enacted, it is now a
    dead letter, and may be di!-regarded
    by all whose actions it was intended
    to control.


    Take Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup for all
    th'se dang-rus ifu'. -t'tio s,-t-,\., cold',.
    pleurity anud grippe.-which Fall :r:,l Wrin-
    ti hrtinc along. It I- the gr,.at.-; 'ur- tir
    bronebiti- n and all throat and luI:g a lc>-
    tollos.
    AN ILLISTRATIO
    0F Hoi It Pays to Advertise in 1 lie
    Daily News.
    For some years Dr. Pliilip 1. lialn-
    nah of this city hias been coi ipoiuni.I-
    ing Mountain Mint Tonic, orLa-i.;*i-
    ally selling a bottle on his per-o'.: l
    recommendation to ;a friend. Tin-
    tonic i untlque-tiollnlly tthe l -t
    miedicinie on the market for t!' ;'rti
    ti;':tiot of the blood, for th e th i, cure
    of itldig stio i :.ital iIn re.-t.'h ii- t ..-
    Inerves to h..alttyV actlnl. e:;t :it-
    value wa ,.. known 'xcept'L t. t:,.
    few wlho had trie-d 1:.
    On)-e Ar .az,). a- alln exp-r!illi-Il*.
    lIr. ait h ;lace-d ;t -;;all : lv-r-
    Tl-.illelit of til" onlic iC l il T \ \\
    .\ d llillid 1 l it w.'i ilt ,o 'e ef'E t.'..L,
    Wi li h cotilitleo-(d to p rorw' ill volill.'
    until it; (', tm in ,po- ibl- to li1 oi-
    d. i- withi.it d( la;y ta;il I -Dr. lf:tni-
    tiill w a; f',orcetd tio hlll ',-i" L'-, li il-
    ilt for (,Co.11[-ou|l liZ at'. l.'till!l'
    thr u h. Ii#'lcii".t


    t ,ll~ 10 t' .Ilf .
    thirou)g!h t Ie+ -;',lir._ l iiia' :-. r-e-tilit-
    iln, it a ('.*>l't ,i- it liut i' la t i 1:d :;;-. '
    in t!;h Iltl-.u .--.
    rDr. Hian:lah'- hok.- -:, ,w :I- Idi-
    : (ct I- ;lt of ii- a(dv.-rti-ili n 'I'll FT
    t I t I;I q.- ,, IhItt I I Al l ) t lI r
    M I tat l'oTIc. iiielIcd)i'fI. t iI.t I !
    never h,) for,. )eei adIv'.-t!- d :; lt
    wa t ll'irfly u:lknaiwl .
    L -:t-t -tilli;ll 1 li v, i w a- .t1;
    fi. I (4oW il f:'11 ,\ u .-r \W,.l ;. 1n 1 .1 -
    tli- -t;\ : ; nd I1 I V 1i);1 .!,; : y
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    tul.y rr -',,r-,ld hill to ". ti : :(

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    "To Err is Human."

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    A Word to the Candidates.
    I tell you, this here eountiy would smile
    the brighatet mUea
    Ef we jest could ketch the candidates an*
    plow 'em all awhile!
    They taik yer time in talking' in -pringtime
    an' in fall; .
    I wl-h that we could barde'em an' hoe an*
    plow 'em all'!
    Fer that's jest reciprocity-they take up all
    yer tolte
    A-layin' of the law down in reason an' i;,
    rhb me.
    They're stirring' tip the country to make the
    Vot'r- bout;
    An' so. theyorter grab a hoe an" hi.-lp the
    voters out!
    A fear's time ais money; he gives it. soi)n
    an' late,
    To hear "em reed tbeinr titles cl'ar to man-
    sion.. Io the r itate;
    They make more in a minutes tlan the far-
    tnert in a mile:
    Whydon't they let us ketetic ",m, t!ien. an'
    plow 'ein all awhile-
    Then Jerk yer coatq. you candidates' Don't
    stop to sing anll' %boul;
    You folk, that want a vote or two--wbirl in
    an' work it outr
    That' foilernn' the scripter--the regular
    golden rule;
    Bo. Jerk yer coat. an' earn yer votes by
    plowin' of the mule!
    -Atlanta <" institution.
    Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup, the people's
    friend, has been in use over fifty 3ear-. It
    cures the severest affections of the ihrnnt
    anid lunge, such as bronchitis, grippe. larv -
    gitis and Incipient consumption. Price
    only 25 cents a bottle.
    A PRETTY HOME WEDDING.
    Miss Belle Ferguson and Charles
    Sanders United in Marriage.
    The home of Capt. Alex. D. Fergu-
    son was brilliantly lighted last night
    and crowded with gay young people
    who had been invited to witnes-. the
    r-arriiage t fCapt. Fergu lon's chalrn--
    ing daughter., Miss Annie I;.ahel. to
    Mr. Charirs .Sander-s. Re-v. F.thler
    Fullerton of St. .IJo,- pi' ehurh
    qtiiciat-d and) Dr. E. Htrrie d a(i Mi--
    Kat, Ollinger were the attendliint-i.
    After the cere-iloniy ;In elig;itt
    weddilZ '-4iiwpp ar wus -Prved, whiicih
    was greatly Enjoyed by all.
    Mr. and Mrsi. Saii(di-. were tth,
    recti)ip iit- of li.iy i ;hai;-.onie ri,'-
    :~it- aniid I l;:niiiit ;; t-arty 'Clon-
    *ratuklation-.


    Plwtrp i-,;n114,better tl'iedhlo. 1). ltthe.
    1 10ln11(-IV. It- p~le:&sa ut taste anrd
    p rompt iand 4il'ectuzaI cure*- mztkeit
    childrn-i. It uImckly* vc i i the;
    ('ouiti- and i'ohd!.. prev~ti1tin's 'i., I
    It vi-n ure. croup and h(1it bt- Ileti tsI4.
    III tel-1 i f theou-,iad- o''t -,witha-
    ''lit ii ,h'failure- !,,f~ir :a-; tv hiva.s
    crimp~. but when giVeln a- -i)."l1.4a-i
    4'r(lh1p- com,h :1iplwars, w iV l!Iee
    flit' attack. IIIIi 'a' f w'"Ivipir
    cmi.ril it liqjuffies the t-611;:11 lliIut'i-
    miakinigit t':i#-ir to) ;-ii'4 n. ali
    leststhe -everjt v m. 11 trua i. itncv
    o0f th"ep i4'ineI-N=i.l if cn.r.j:t iti-
    ] .-prvi; r Ilthat 4 tj. o 41all (i4ii*.r-
    iit ii Irijr. '-1I5. Pala'.'x -r t
    WNl(.HIS 'OF" l'HIA5.
    Grar'd lovig.' to Me'et at Is' Ws
    Next 3ttivut It.
    (Graind liriiaelltir T. E. XX-.lh -
    thii'- ilorlniiiagr*c',ivetl c'iluii'.-.'if tin'
    jart)l.rail4 fiir the :tlifll!,I1 -o :a *
    the- ;::'i~d ljodlgv, lq.e'tPl ,.at '.V
    Wvt-t. Iaext lieitT.'':1.,1, !'M'taiz
    1!4cl(lus, for thto jirst .da .,:i :irui it..
    .Adlr(--Z .." v'wcidnw lax' NIy'-r IItar -
    him1. -:ddr(s--(-; ift Io )II ,-Ciit v 11,,'.
    4':tv lod-r.zianid Moun .1.B. Ilo Iw!o'tv,.
    of. 4..f 'rl('ity ''J.r .wit 11 I1.1 -
    the, St -4,11did IY. i:,44i: 'I t!I-

    I) V' 'if-.'e r4i.' tiIfi Zti,i\. hill: I .tue-:I-
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    Tr-.1.1 iro a n:l,. r.*and\%


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    1)l91 ;mrifmer. are ne: ipair.ed in
    lie led!. No btter Iedlcie iet c.
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    w t;,. ; e t, ,t l. revi!nt i thl:l ll -

    I tkt t, -i h. p::tl.. : t'.-r li to thl, iir .
    lt 'I', .t i ltn for t:e ;) e lrt they ; at v. I-
    Byltl in. wi.nt t. mrilt-; ,f timu tor-

    general tonic and idiviz,rrator and
    blood purifitr, are n1)t lpaired in
    ,lie least. No b-tter indicie cat,
    l>*- found for th it-li-f ,of t!,f.s- di--
    -a.fv, that are -io preva)lt i ,tme

    1) 'rVeds for t;e suuport they hatve
    zivetn ttti Tonic. ;and IrouisM that
    \I.,,intain Mint Tonic. a- imilrvo-dl


    S. A. R.
    Annual Meetin-g t ts of the Ames ican
    Rvol'ution.
    The attendance at the annu.il
    meeting cf the Florida Society SotQ
    of the Ameneruc'ti Rvo' .ion. at the
    ollice of Hon. Jno. C. Avery, thi.
    morning. was the largest ever held
    in the history of the society. Presi-
    dent Avery pre.idd, and Secro-tary
    W. 0. H. Sheprrd. Treasurer and
    Registrar Arthur A. Brown. and
    Chaplain J. R. Hickne-ll were pres-
    ent at their respective posts.
    After the reading and approval of
    the minutes of the la-t meeting, the
    reports of the secretary and the
    treasurer and registrar were read
    and referred to an auditing computnit-
    tee composed of Messrs. M. M. .s
    and Ben. D. Beers. Those re: s
    showed that the present memnler-
    ship is 35, that only four members
    are in arrears for annual aues, and
    only one had been dropped from the
    roll for nonpayment thereof; also
    that the flnauces of the society are
    in satisfactory condition.
    The secretary was granted further
    time for the preparation of the year-
    book ordered at a previous meet-
    ing.
    The committee in charge of the
    banquet made an informal report
    that the arrangements 'herefor htad
    been completed, and that it would
    be held this evening, at ,t o'clock, at
    the Escambia hotel.
    The treasurer exhibited the three
    medal- and certificates from the
    national society, to be presented to
    those members of the society who
    had served in the late war with
    Spain. and it was ordered that the
    presentation to Major R. M. (':ary
    should be made at the la;lniti-t by
    the president. and that the medal,
    of tergfealit Moreno and Lieute-itnt
    lull -should be 'retained subject to
    tliheir respective wi-hi-.
    Two ailliildilileints to thie colltitu-
    tioll of tht iiatliliial society ,wevle
    con-idered, apprv.di. :itl tlihe .ee-
    remary instructed ti -so adlvis- the
    -et r 't.ary-L .'i;,-itra1l.
    The election of rlliv.er (..li'-, d hlie
    ;roi vit. li i s, r'f-iiltiin. ;.~s toll| \- :
    1'Pr1-hln t, Hon. Jiin. C'. Avetry
    vict -ipre-ident. Mr. W\. S. Kvys-er
    -s-i.retryl. Mr. W. (). H. Shepard:
    tre.a-.-ii r :and i ri-trar. Mr. AArthair
    A l..\v:,; chll;,l. !il. R ev. J. It.
    Hicknel, ; lborJ o, mnaci aa ,er~. M,<-. !--.
    . .. ('ro--. I, M. Cariy and C'!:.i-.
    A. ('!;,,at,.
    Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup is a remarkable
    T \. it II *l I a It l it~ l M I' ll*. .


    311LI 11 (COWS.
    Lt inIt- n! 11ic I i co'w-, to : a rivv
    " l'" tl i'. I., \\"1 W st! I1 lit. llt 'ic l
    r etr *r. .IAN..M .1 ;i \.l-<>N.

    \V.AIlN<.10 I 'S III llT111A.1
    Will he c i,-br:tted a it Eii.i .\rl,,-
    it'- (; i: S.n t.- i ht. V ;r
    Il VI 'l;.


    Investigate the Convertible Term Contracts
    --OF THF--

    Old Penn Mutual Life Ins. Co.
    DAVID EDRENT, R'"T Ai:ir~., ,


    J. M. HILLIARD & CO.,
    --Manufacturer- ,ttd Dtalt--- 1-

    Carriages, Buggies, Wagons and Draoy.

    o=z epairing Attended to Promptly.--:
    30 EAST (ARDEN ST. : : : : : PENSAC L.\. F \.,





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    .o RePinants Mattinw.. tI ;v;.1 d. -i4 to ,) ty p er y a rd ......... .. ........................ ...
    Short Ends iii lin.,!un:i. l'ri, e to Clo--e per i:r.,
    yard ......... ..........................
    Ingrain Carpi t-, a. ll wv.,;. i t 2. yard p,.c'- .
    clo-e, p,.r yard .................. . .
    C\. i)nyrnI ,;:- -. -o ih !,-reo:,if,'re for $1\ r -i
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    A. )-.u ..I.] A i ,lIi '- V,,i w ill In '
    ;il yiiN It 1f 1 I- lt1 .l- and it ia o ; lig-
    W it'ld. (le \vel,'>[ilii(-11t I : tiI (it.Y

    Fine Hutter.
    lln/: <("- (Co. ha, 9, ;.f/ r,-
    ,pived .otm or the r-riy be.,/.
    first- c/a.s'. I e,/peri Buitfi
    'Prfce .,'-0 c'nfi.

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


    FOIBLES


    IT OR


    MILTTI IG l

    i'. make 10.)1 lr nilm Ijp
    of Mlatting' ju-t r ceiv
    ()tT#er oir;i Erant!ire -Ock or
    at the following ;,ric-ce. .
    500 Yards Remnapts. 20 to 3
    for tOc yard.
    5 lolls 15c Matting for 12
    5 Rol's Slc Satting far t4c
    5 Rolls 25:c atting far 21c
    10 Rolls 35c Matting fir 24c


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    COOKING STOVES


    ALL PRICES.


    ."",,','''"'1(/~\N'~Don't Pay $40 and $56
    i~ wthyol .fr I -".I I 'Irf\ F. x -

    Ini'jl /hi' 'wifo, /i w" lfit fron.e. It ri:a:'i .. I4 r,
    Ua(rsf fl 'V Finch1. ?'Is I'I ,i- ,,l
    sp..


    Coffee: Coffee::


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    VIaLm U 'e m(I/ the attention o/ i
    the general //ulic to '/ie IfA IT I
    ,t that w""e har; one' o i lMARDI GRIAS
    a! the best equipped coasters "
    in the Soutih. and thai we IV
    ort Order can furnish this delicious i ( GOOI)S
    ed. w. bereraTe )it prices //ath t
    n H,!:id deli competition. \Ve4lso J
    wish to remind Uou that our; AT
    15c grades, Coffees are always fresh k
    from the Roaste.r I Wile I V 4
    -2c yiard' others are old and have lost k"o "
    yard. their aroma, ours is freshI k
    yard. and delicious. Vk
    yald. Aew vOrleans Grocery/ Co., k A Larle Stock Just BECiVEd. t


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    S THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1900.


    W i. I, i'. (avrnor.

    o i :. v a a Gpuo-traI l Jerti
    o,- .... A .&Lamxa frjtn mib.'
    -. It mae coming week.
    cr' ttIlav W-1. 1n:.Ill- 'Azadidaae-for goy.
    *-it. r if' jiA ina1,1111-ca it .4()5 (f
    1,;F gave t t .~ 't~.t~ prt44a.'lL-
    i ,vfor hiowt" ii 4 % all 1 1 there w.'. ciuie

    (. CI%, urs---i -- i ;#-.i. an t a te.--

    re i% r !;i :Tnt t.ti*. .tifth
    t.a ,r- vta. no:.rn. ~4 'u~ t

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    by ta-wa ar.v y -I'-A;r4 at \Va-niagton
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    Sto


    .u -W'. livd'4 of New
    Or.ean, vva, a:-re~te.. yesterday bv De-
    a~t-and iPerkins, on infor.


    u itiln fr.-.i L >vii i, i j dete-tiveagency
    MAID. ,. tmat city an i til be taken to New
    Or.eanu t_.. iv t, answer ttue cargi of
    : t e-ubezz.:1n: 1Orlnit-t:ti'iL over $1.UUJ (of
    S: .. Martin i'no:i )u (Co livre stock
    -. ealer i Hyd.%" as bo,,,keeper for the
    r. in and it is c.iarge disappeared from
    S11 New Orieans on 'Fb 10. pendingan ex.
    amination of h. Luoks by au expert ac-
    couu anu
    'i. tyb -' l i'rool' W.il UI Extended.
    .K,,'XV;L.LE. Fab. 23.-A special tc
    SThe Sentinel frim Miidlisboro an-
    ,* *.".i nouuces a p.an ;s on foot to extend the
    S. '>.r::, Tennessee Northern railroad from La
    S.1 M rn: Follette. Teenn to Middlesboro, a dis.
    ., .. :n tance of 2S in;lis. The road will pene.
    S:.. , -- trate one of tme richest coal, iron, zinc
    and mineral' sections in East Tennessee.
    ,, \ It now remains untouched on account
    '.:*.. of lack of' ri'road facilities. The Ten-
    S:,, neseea Northern now has no northern
    f :*. II. : outlet.


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    CHAITANXOGnA, Feb. 20.-The new
    Lookout Sewer pipeworks, in Walker
    cr.unty. (Ga.. just below the Tennessee
    line, have been competed and work
    will t'e:iu within ten days. The plant
    cost $Ju..J0.


    MOZLEVi'S LEMON ELIXIR
    A Pka-.auma I enion ToicrO


    I'r--l'ur'.d from itlo, frc-ht joico ef
    I.4fl~ti:. ( int~led waith othe-r ~e
    taho'. ..ivr.'Ft-o'it I c. camhart icz. a r'o
    mai2, tic tilmull;-it. so~lAby drug-

    i',r iald i2c--mtiln oaid folil !-tfill('lt.
    1o !irack : and nervi i. I -litI i-

    Fo4r sl'.9.Il'...'ha andii t,'rvou-
    priait rat iota.
    l,-o.r 1--, i.. 4q'('"1--tan oh v
    F, )r ftver.i.tu aria and chill-V
    ta.kt~I.- L-ini~t EFlix ir.
    Lt n-~iti Elixir will itot fasil y(Ilt ill
    pnv*of the 14lw.4- ii titned d--a.'.allt
    oif which a:rise fronu a toi-irjd oF di--
    ":u-1 d liveur. 't'ionvichor kadntaevy
    FmJ ;411(t1d $1.1111 h.,ttle'.. a I Eii'ia gt'..

    Atlanta,.(;a.


    .At hie Capitol
    I have ju-t taken lthe last of two
    hottle- of I or. M4.zlev' -LLemion Elixir
    for niervou-i headache. inldige-tijn,
    with di-ea-.ed live-r anti kidnevy-.
    The Elixir cured iiwt. I found it thli
    rr. latest tiawdicitii- I ever use(d.
    J. H. M1 ENNi'H, Attorney.
    S-2'-5 F street. Wasringtoin. I). ('.
    MI.le)',, lemon Elixir
    SV. A. Jan writ.--: I iave .-uff-tTred greAtly
    fromit ittdijpetimt, or dy-p.-p-ia, ot-e
    little tf I. .tnioi lixir dne iIIe lor,
    ood than all the iiediinte I liave
    (.ver taken.
    MIOZLE'S ,.LEMON I HOT IItOPS.
    ( ures all <'oughs. Coldh. Hoarse-
    tieP.. Sor- Throat. Bronchitis, Hem-i-
    orrlhage. and all throat and lung div--
    <';s" E-a Fleganti le!iablf.
    S2',' atdruggi-t-. Prepared only by
    O)r. H. Mozley. A mtita.G:;.


    POINTED PARAGRAPHS.

    -1 i 12 .1111 It 'Vie -nor- fa~ult a tman lo(4%Is f-ir the
    2'.'- I. i i- 'I'ie Nvotnn3n %v!,.) .i n-.2 tact.- invariallitl
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    I),V'aitm"' VWitch Haz-1 S~iIalve1...


    ( rti;h.d W'tillh 1ai Ax.
    C(.Ayc. >'e, Feb. 21.- L.favete
    D) ckn:ns. o er f a Irer iir n i; fail-
    ily hvi;;u in t::e caaern part ita H1abou
    county, was a:a.lvl wundtid by 'hoinas
    Lef'kier Tn 1 oun'is werp inflicted
    w i ta" po.t of an ax ii thL ba-,k ot the
    bea-i an-i it is satd Djci;ins cannot re-
    cover. Ift stkull is ouppr.sed to be
    cruiihei and the pro use u.eJa:ng could
    not be arrested.
    Child liadiy litriae EIRMINGHAM. Ala., Feb. .'1 -The 6-
    year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. E.
    Willoughby i suffering from burns at
    Pratt City. She was standing before
    an open grate when her apron caught
    fire. Her clothing was burned entirely
    off, but she was saved by the timely
    arrival of assistance and. while severely
    injured, is not fatally hurt.

    The Choicest Fruit.
    The choicest fruit is not found in
    the market. but in the Lome i :arden.
    The trade di-mnnls size and color: the
    mann who grows for his own Ii insists
    upon flavor.--Now 1iniland I -'acrir.

    -I hadi dywpepai*i for ye r,. N,
    inldiciiie w;i. *-, etT-tiv, ,.- Kod(Il
    DIys[v-ppia ('Core. It gve Iinitedi-
    :at relief. Two bottli- lrrducid
    miArvfl,,u- r-iults,t" writ.- L. I .
    W\Varr-i. Alb..ny, VWi-. It di;t,"t-
    what v n ': and P:itnnit faitl tocurs-.
    Hargis' PIarmnacy, John tShpp)ard
    atHl S. Kahn.

    Buy your wife one ofttt ose
    handsome parlor suites
    from .M1 arston I' Finch.
    I will repair your watch. and
    jewelry :n fir-t-class style. J. I.
    Stlephens.


    Medical Socier y. Attendt"-
    Thore will be a regular me*t
    the Ppnrs.ccla Medical Hocie
    th, Bomrd of Haltih offiBr
    o'clock p. il TuoIaay, F-lb. 27.
    Visitinjl physicians are cor
    invited to attend.
    D. W. MCMILLAW. M,
    Preos
    E. F. BRx 'E. M. D..
    Secretar-.

    J. I. Mtpophon.. h:t- 't lar'ep a
    nient of alid Strling Itilve
    Rov r'a Klilvps. Forkcs and tr


    was killoel 1"
    death -wa- be.
    an accident.


    STOLEN LETTERS BOUGHT. INVASION
    London Paper says Parliailemetarlan London Swy
    Purchs,-d ll.,wkeicy Pnpers. Insualei
    LoNDox, Feb. 21 -The St. James Ga. Lo.o., IK
    zette this afterncon says the stolen Leader says:
    Hawksley letters, which Mr. Chamber. "The cros!i
    la:n yesterday evening referred to in scarcely oppot
    the h-ase of commons as hav:nT been tnat terce res
    -ol. to I)r. Levds for 10), were pur- fhr bef re th
    rh.ite-i iromi the tnier. **for what sum r-g3;i.ited.
    we il-,n't know. but ,y no :ess a person A hgn :i
    ag- n.an Dr. ClarK. iM. P." witu t:e win
    l't'.' t. Jan:e- (Gazt-te then savy t un'1.ns t-at I'
    presuni-s Dr C ark transferred th~ let- of .' co:n. V
    ters to Dr Lerds. aVT." '' *.' .-e ,
    -wiiLj. a v. eel
    S w rs For Op'. :,k. arivanD-e tt:r
    );K::.,KA. Aia., Feb 21.-The city m .0 b ~, e
    ccanc.; .f tnorcugi:y sewer the town, and an- Trtunaa:. a]
    thorized tie street committee to adver. Our inlormat
    tile at once for bids for the work. The uttervly ninft
    enginker's estimate calls for about 9 oblige h'm L.
    mile, of piping. '1'ne cost will be asout way
    $O-.UU'J. 'Ihe city is badly in need of "We ,-k f.
    the ~ystenIi and tl.( new-. cotton fac:cry S;arion and t!
    ma~es it an iutlerative necessity. coml;malfils i
    h bura and the'
    1Th- Frf.z In F.oridu. Notrnlng Ion. TA1I.L.LAHA~I:, Feb. 'l.-I.e:iable ad. anid tMe ireat
    anh vices re(e:ve.d by tile .'*are agri:ultural own s:ate.
    red department say the imagee done in "*Extpo at
    n to FAorida by the recent freeze nu was the ru 'ti:t t
    lers comparatively slight. Tue treee was C:ounje
    de.. of too brier durat in to hurt greatly.
    ext Exr.y vegetables in northern Fiorida
    uL i were ki..ed and truit trees Irnom Tampa L, NV '. 1'
    ine ncrth -et b'ck. but not kilicta. Cattle from Pretor:a
    not0 on raug.s were not i urt. auiocnces th
    t],v -a- __-_


    Nasal
    GATA RR H On- I

    n a! ,s a.:cs t'.re-t
    r'!y*s Cream Balm

    U ~ ~ ~ ~ u 4 O Yak-.:~
    r. c. a e L
    (rmnrs' : tln lm :-4 p':~edInto thc rm.otri:s. spreai!6
    ntrt.". ~n.,,::. rar~e a: 1 ;q 'I. 1e tel :in-
    m- Ii- a .3 f:) 1i.e~,e,;1 ) enot s a..n, 1D .
    "r T.v c1a Tr.al ..., )cen', 9by, mal
    EL.Y UHTEMS. Warren S*PeL Nw Y.-k.


    the crew of


    NEIITHER the captain, owner-
    nor onnignef-s of the Ital-
    ian hk i'Trtito will ho r-sD'n-
    I,ibl*- for debts contracted by
    sid vebsel.


    BF, :4 1. :I'u i~'A & 4C (a; an.

    NVIFl 14 I'R th. caxptan. owns-r-s

    %iiile for aebtb contracted by
    the crew of haid ves!-el.


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    . n Yellow Fever. Typhoid
    Jdent it I r All Malarial Troubles; .t :

    Paris: 22 Rue Drouot
    1 York: E. F.ug, ,a &Co., 26-30 N.W:;d. S,
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    I MPIACTICABLE.
    m lluiieal's Transport Is
    A1lit Ior Tranisvaaai.
    Feb. 21. The Morning

    ing of ti.:e Tuge:a river wa.;
    med. but tbait is not to Fav
    Maneriav not t e io'ge i
    be Utclde.-r -i wo:L~s are

    1.00 extre%-t'd in tuese c,.
    Nlrte's C. :ImnlU dwill be
    tC':!4' )-.rations lily ti:iae
    .We uit.noL c ee Low -.
    tua -Norti N-..,tal can be
    .",ad an Ree.
    secunre. As for the. aues-*
    ra: huller'-; invading the
    prar ii, at d.fficulty exists.
    [en IS mat us transport in
    fiucint urnue,49 the B.,rrs
    yt;,nun~ a~ong the ratl

    *r one fihiht about Piteers
    lit-n maa depa tore o' the

    Trant-vi~a.nwi-'*tr I' Asjuba.
    logw in Norrh ttit- C...1tt.IV
    eriart of too' P. er.; slpla*
    retirea to In their
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    A. r>ci r.ous di-patc'h

    3t C tiitUatliilatnt i'rrerint

    i''eito 0t* te re-3u~t of


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    ".-OPPOSITE UNION DEPOT. (- :


    W. C. NORMAN, Proprietor.


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



    WlI IZm WmiI, LIqUDOR, COIBIALI,


    : -BEERS, ETC.,z--'


    II W0 AND GLASS, LARGE OR SMALL OUAlllTIES.


    PFN N 1,A N1) ItYE W I I I S Ka
    v .I*,i. jo sr -N vi,.YFN-v vit-i:Na


    "r .- VBk.Y AL !!--

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    Mammoth Retail Grocery,

    502-504 SOUTH PALAFOX ST-,.
    T*olojphonxo 308.


    OwI' atroiuh- NOeW:
    thi-ir Ii'iutjiit.'t Stovk.


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    STOCKiHOI)EWi t'MFETIN(,.
    The Pitn'khol d er I of t!!e ESC inh) I& c(mI It
    I1110 1t alli" i'"W oI ('111 in It.. w lIt -I .II it
    tlthi'*ttlttgI'll iNI nII-1151h. ANN4a( t heir u(004-''111
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    .Il t h.' ity -J.. Pa~its. 1'lorida on mai cli
    Ith. ilm at ). Ill. .


    8TOCKH)ILDE.RS, ME~rIN(;.
    T-in~immu ai il%%it'ICo.. %ill hold tbi-i mtriflual
    m-etiniz itt Soi Ni"ar.'ti th. V leN. i*t, Ill-u off- if


    THE


    FAVO IE[


    Place For Pensacola

    Buyers to Buy


    Choice Family


    PROFESSIONAL CARD.

    DR. WM. C. DEWBERRY.
    OFFIOE-Hannah Bros.' Drug 8tore.
    RESIDENOE-400 E. Jackson Stree


    Wm. H. Marean, 1. 0.

    Hom0eoratwic Physician ani Snreer,
    jLate of Ocalsa. Fla..
    Offo-rs bl profess:onal e-rviceq to tbhe citl-
    zeni% of Pentacola.
    PI,:pec'iaalttontion arven to tho trn'tm.-nt
    of Chronic tl'Pa-eq and Il-i'a.-' s of
    Women and I'hildrtn.
    Thirtv Y **ar- rw'e t ho4 itn -Sti Lb.
    I >Hri- Houri t:-' a. til. t1- 1.: n.. 2 to p. m.
    Kt#-lid-nce Pbono No. '54).
    ltr-nt-.lhount BulIdin--lto im 3


    Dr. Wilmer Hall,

    DENTAL SURGEON,
    Masonic Temple. PhRo 364.



    KlNWLE 101.,,


    GROCERIES GENERAL INSURANCE
    -AND-
    -I- AT-


    The Well-Known,

    Up-to-Date Store


    -4 F- -


    E$TZ & CO.,


    ,-120-122-t


    Telephone No. 147.


    Cold Weather
    Coming. .., ,v ,..
    "wrd rs ain d I tl ii till vI v t, i *i .-.fr.. *
    cold -nap arriv%- \V ,- t.l -.-n y,. s
    Itiaqt ceal yv,.u ran i ro.-'ir- f.,r -it -r h k, .
    or h.'a-tinnta pi p>is .'ns i rlt- 'a.of pr.,--


    T0Jompso Olser) 9 0o
    Itnsalr. inr

    Coal and Wood.
    Iitfi- andS aMrd. M V. V'ori-r /irria .
    and IailrmuI tr.-.t..


    McMillan Bros. Co.


    Coppersmiths,

    General Metal Workers.


    mST LI. Maufacters of ad Hudquitrs for the


    Celebrated McMillan Seamless Turpentine Still.

    Cmeite Otfits always a MAul., a reaig bti t mItlN .

    MOBILE, ALA.




    JOH N PUR DY,'*

    Foundry Iid machine Shops,
    (C EN'i1KAI. LVfAKF. (C K.. JLFF I- R-N.\ A 'I4 I'INE. rT.EETS,


    P ArrEIRN'=. ('.\-TINOi-.. I 'MIbFk 'I'RU'K-A. SMIAL I'
    Catr Xt'.I.Wo~oawl a froi.'Pa I--.Hm izf-'T-. HX'--.v:


    LEWIS BEAR & ('IP., OIholeale I)Deale rs. Ifell'a4ipll


    The Best


    Washing Powder.

    Woman's Best Friend. Dirt's Worst Enemy.


    ALLIGATOR


    SALOON


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    SOLE AGNITS FOR


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    of -Kd' .\Tti7-rMY2'VT TYAA T


    1NDOZALp HALL & KLEIN'S
    ^JOF 1J0 RNSA RS'P^L^ JJ O YLJX ^k


    IF -- -


    Real Estate Agents,
    peNS COLA. I -.

    REPRESI:NT TWENTY-TWO OF THEi
    LEADINi FIRE. I.IFE. MARINE.
    ACCIDENT. FTDELITY. PLATE
    OLASS AND STEAM EoILER IN-
    FURANC'E COMPANIES. . .....

    General Agents of the Elaitabl
    life Asnrarr.e nSa.idt nf the


    Telephone 34S.


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    8 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1900.


    MORE TROUBLE FOR


    POOR JOHNNY BOLL

    The Rossia of St. Petersburg

    Roasts England.

    SHE MiUST S-E"TTLEE SCORES

    Her ft'I.%r'r.'~iyI- ERua**a's (Ipportu-
    *eify..A r.fe Art-&iguammat In
    the Ii:e., 4. Peeb .r'gtion-Ni TI'm.
    to ~-1.
    1-,c)21.-Tb. Ros-
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    ('2m7.r :.,f I'N1.' h'..rcl'e

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    !'3'tueek) I'.-.3tiee-. Uy ohmiec ir~tlvisat

    l.;A rimael. Fe!). 21-A
    V.-rtou e-4 an cM aai report from u(si!O-
    erai Crrnj-3. da'rd -cdyre!. 'Niasbr
    been cre on:.asr.5 I.(ows:
    i.-%.:vrfiar ti."rnI~ng a1K ut C (JL:O('5.
    whaac removing t.L.e It.4ier near S5b.o,'z-
    tiesz. are Were ataucdi-e Lov ftle ir~tieh.

    In".
    ~1ee 1.~c d i'ak. LA .'t Cat- Ime re-
    nwed t:,itt'_i A 1048l sto tas
    Br:itmaitishm.' :reaT 1'eaconsideratle.
    ITius far ti ie- P 6 e ."i-.r. bknO gut
    k:.1td a8:11I 1- X i cu Ini maornii,.
    t..e Br':tipii. Iu', w~tn caIIIIu.
    Ch-ef (,te!:2-,i,)'e:a:*, Y ,::.rai' force wji
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    Ga~test!$ CAV %-:M e :~ i To unuer tL'e
    law. Ine G t in : tle six
    ciad'at evi:eS 1 '- e it, lU:'J cI
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    Thit- enate r.-neie:ttper in Ifnoregn rA-
    .iA-.n% I ARV Or"1ric1'3i*, tv'Ccti..O romport
    oe'lng tzV 2atv :(- r, V %~1:-rant'..
    NO A:!.'. ~:.-!Wan V) I tCicte treaty.


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    IDtrAHO-.sN-r. ..-.C.'it-1ROUBLES.


    W~it re-Gors I sltil' l its" 114,ICU40 111V06%.g
    all IFA 10141ition It2l qfg 1 tl.e .


    1)e !yva'- cnour-t of a uc li-':w i :tae-s f.#rIei ~inI
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    1.i ~.tc~' ii ,r f 0r the h5 u e c e!'d,alctktee e.a1mltr

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    d-. !. w,';k ier- narrait vy egteun t v-serdav.'. g'fivingtoo

    .1. D'AA. li ,) f tbe acprisoiaed miners and the. daffi-
    coutes ho vicialm to nave encciurizere-ci
    .~. OMI~N1 roux the tualitary atitborit~cs. sitae ofli.
    N VMIONV. cai" Nand thti".a" tits.
    -- ~ ~ ~ &~ 'le tit teWOLS refuiieedito br" present
    ti VAL&1 om !-tr~etf. t ut br"3e :&Lei w.a-, unll. e 'abLttiv, ti~tuiT-
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    POLITICAL AIOICEIENTS. Friedman

    Fvr sheriff.
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    !,)r r r *il(tOinar!ion as zt ae-asur-r (if F-earna tia
    eU ritil-v, oteje-et to a de-cision fMt the enaas'j r IN
    'eie-aocristtit'pria arry s"ictlon iand FCNe'pt-
    iiI ol ictt Ih- -uppeirt of thI.-'e vte-r, of t h.-
    Countv. p;wie-dn.um %-'-Iffor Lthe future Cis
    11ta10- faithful performancee of duty that I
    litivet endca'. ore-r to fulfill during my ;eai-t
    tellu rv of the (in, ce. J. W. P'llATls.1.
    F~or Jan Icfe oir the Peac-e. IN
    I heri-by announce my candidacy for ro--
    .'Ir'ctaura to the- ofiep of Jutitce- of tb. Pt-ate
    for tf.. Secondet Ittrict, sbhjq-r'Itu the ac-
    tun (,f the nlolil tinting pi irnarime.
    Itie1 KIN J.F4
    I'er eJaic #ieof the 1Peace.
    A! t h 'u g st- ttro nof n u ni #.ro u Itfr -n'i.
    1:.':e-t)y 'ittinounlce. flY Cantieiisey for Vi tico-
    h-' ICac- (of the cty district. .ute:.-it to
    t !i' atct ioa (A Llice ntari iifl III, t l)Imtr.

    I".tr Scho. I Stape-rinleien o'ht If
    h- Ie ott r r4 (f Veamribm 'rrir. t v.
    loI t.r-!.ill 11011 11C.-' nve''-lf it tlT.!4~*'f.il

    1~~~'.ti Pubup imarn licnt efPuImoction rlo

    el rue' irate

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    (,rf*ti ;eieICiacetriivtion itial^mtIih..
    1, --A'I o :tee!t ,t1~ ie '-i lp, ert (Cf tIII.'f ri-nd,
    in '.CCI't'. ~'ri 'rai\ tt li-- etainq ti'-tilt).


    Your Credit is Good
    I"r:" anL thinI in our lhmiEl-p. WX ;avp
    a I tr a.-,orti 'le t ef C' rl(eA.ft. I;ed
    IU",ine* -, Toil-t ,' t. ;t-. a d HI ?-';r.',i
    "'Ti -. I en l4 -d temnd' at $1 )p.
    -0. M. PR'YOR'S
    B.ir,':in Furniturtf tou-c.

    .ot1,in gso set as h a(nd.soone furniture.
    .Jfarston & Finch have an
    iintenise stock for iyou to se-
    lfe-t from and they will sell
    it to you on long time andl
    easi. payments.


    * RACKET STORE.


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    GREATT 3MID-WINTER1-




    CLEAR iN 8AD SO iAKING SAE!


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


    Big Bargains:
    IN DI'E.S G(H)D) SILKS ANI)D SATIINS.


    Big Bargains:
    IN TABLE- LINENS. TOWELS. NAPKINS. ETC.


    Big Bargains!
    LADIES* MISSES-'. CAPEI:S AND JACKETS. ANI' IN LADIES
    TAI L R-.MADE DRESSE-.


    Big Bargains:
    LADIES SILK AND BRILLIANTINE %KIrsf AND LADIES'
    FLANNEL AND SILK WAISTS.


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


    Big Bargains!
    MEN'S, BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S CLOTHIIN(i ALSO MEN'S
    SHIRTS AND WINTER UNDERWEAR.


    Big Bargains!
    IN OUR MILLINERY DEPAlRTMENT.
    lorz and Walking Hats. worth $1.0, and $1 .'. aoiii- at thi- Ig C('l.-ar-
    ing Sale at 2"w upi .


    Big Bargains!
    ('ARIIETS. MATTINGS. WINDOW SIIHADES. I. \E CURTAINS
    NVWe havp rec-ived direct from .Jap i i, car-lli o' f Maittin ;
    Hand-loin"m Carpet De-i.zui. T'he. lIw przc., will -:urpiri.,e you.

    COME AND SEE THE GREAT SELECTION.

    I'r;,-m,::-ib-r ',ur Trad, )Di-count, .5 ) ,,ff 1T f all Ca- h Purc!.a,-'. -

    YOU(RS ANXIOUS TO PLEASE,

    1COHEN, FRIEDMAN & CO.
    fA" .M0ai Ordfr- Prompntly Attended T,.'Ma


    W. B. WRIGH1T COMDPANIY,

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    LUMBER, LATHS,

    SAUZD CYPRUSS STIN~G'L --K L Li~i
    - ~PEN:x-- 'CI)LA. 1-LA.


    Y 1Y TH IYEW i WANT COlLUMN!


    'F. E. BRAWNER'SK(


    STOCK-TAKING


    SALE


    CONTINUES THROUGHOUT THE WEEK:


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    Dons9 negotiated. 6 to a percr et.'
    Bankley & Daniell.


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    LIA FISH111ER. -UPetIA11 PALAF' X

    141 ''lWANT' Te ie) W RecA M';P.-V
    in%-(.. money. In-uear..your pr-oeprry, pro.-
    t-'rre-tpetraa't:e of titl1,. teci'. ore r -ii r. m
    lrlt.. re-nt preipterty of man% I'.'iet''.bisvre
    re-nt% colleatedt or ioar taxe-. att* :nI1td tn.
    v%1oi or. ear der.C.Ce. I h,-* i s'-an it Cu .e
    RI{.ai Atat.- arid I aal'irxz ac-ae-nt4. Peaceb-
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