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DAILY


NEWS.


-OL. 30.


PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY AFTERNOON, FEBRUARY 23, 1900.


.ENSACOLA has


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


FORTIETH


7ANNIJTL


STA T TE-M E- N T


ASSf the u nit si


Of the United States


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Jiaim -.d 11 14rIII UZI- 11t--i....... .... .....
* !, -F and flou% iot. $ duo 122, And
c .111.d ',$494, 1'2 1 .5 )..............
In in autnu (11.a ije a no in pjrtce~s -of ouif1-c-
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'ilAssets.............$. SZ I C1,286.,So

"r-b e.rt tv that. af r --Persona I exaniiiia-
the !-curittis ,taid a oti described tatthe
*:nz o-atewr.-int foir the y rl t:.we fIird the
w1be tru' antd c''rr. Ct:i'tttl4. lTipcsitokand
in MIe' :i'4've w'oim-wo '=art. vitln.d in t1theIfmar-

A lfioed W. Al\I ate. .1 -;,udik r.


LIABILITY ES.


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ln ~i'tomEt'iE Life Saved bIy .imamlmer-
taill1s Cmgl,:11 Rtnemedy.
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SOCIETY


DEC E- 7WBER 31, 1899.


INCOME.


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: : and i tr4 .i
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I nc ;n:'. ......................... 53.^7 ,2:0.86


#lc, In 'amire(hoorch Ivam oviiih.

of tilckt. uizhen ab ,tut i3
Wlc, 0 It.. a Il thf tfl scutntra
praa~a;A..w hwu' iuss its hoad quarters
P 1"1. i bet' tw4 1 i iaIt ( hiuI L and'
Si 42.A" -undav X'"id.at

'Le u~ga .i~t~i 1 oi:pl U7'.oEIw i'a
jc.:s*.:m.:v,,r by tule utLr rt!.'..Lu.4


r, i .' F e b. -C .l ,)e.
FL,:1I Lcuur. known tnr.ruga: Iii
tne e..ni~*rv as th c;ader o: ruel P1.u.isits
of Arzansms. as dead.


PHI'I ii~ Pi~I!.Ar. rLr -:11. b"', Skin Erupti-in- r,,'
Mr 41 A .hr.& tSni. : r 1',--.)r lift-fe Joy~ '. f~~ a sA ntici ia e
-f V'OC 8hi1('ante w'IIIer 4 o,, crre- thiwniat~-)Old. ltunuitizatid
~iv t ~- 4- .. yd .re-a f. w Fcv--r .r. U1r B Ioa k I'l
t*.44 .Ati or -z-Wa ts. Ct a. B rmi-ze-s R Biur,,--.


OF=


ChONJE WILL


D!E FIGHTING


Though it is Reported That He
Has Surrendered.


I)etailJ ( it ith.ix I)ays of Hatt;: -I4 w
ThaII tll" Iirav, *-m'rr ..re- Fi; thing
l).'8pera'< ly .;,;ainr t a F', r.e l Tree litim' s The ir Numbill'r.
L.. N. ,N. I,.,b. .'. -T!:e D)aily News
in it-; stCei lAd ditioiIn Iays (t;nv
Cr.ij hais surrf-udI-,red.
Thle war tflice -says it has r-ceived
no coni'iniLation of ;hi report.
Military mana t here -ay ti,'y do not
believe tlat Cr in je will :-irrer.dIer.
but that :-e will fight till dcath.


'THIE I'ENSACOL


AND NORITHWESTEN


MEDIATION FROM

UNITED STATES ONLY


-- Germany Says but One Nation
Work of Grading Begun on the! Can Intervene.


Road To-Day.
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DISBURSEMENTS. Detail- of the six days of battle at Ma.jor inn ai-Oja: (;ve ,I. Toiwn a
Paardu'.e g drift show that Clonlje'.s Graiul it, Suirprise by 1 g.inniva
,a h 1d' tim .................... ........ 1: t 71.4 2. forces are surrounded aidtl that his W ,, i.:.,.ut Trumpt 11h1i .
11tttiiured :t ad l)c ',ciuited l. aiWno lie t 1.4tiG.192 91 men are fi.rhting desperate-ly against
M.attur-d i l)..frred dividend Polici ... .; 31M.0T1 a force of hriti-h three times their anti HI. Waith iiii Own ltandtl
Antnuiti -....... ............ .... .... .... ,35;- 58 number. It is estimated that the T'rcw the FI-it i.h.vel.tai of
iurr-ier \ lu- ........................... 2. .32 42 killed and wounded reaches thous.-
Itvidend- laid to P'oli'ylholderr-........ 3 i4.40SJ 6& and-. Ii r.
S, Gen. Kitchenor received what pur- A small party of citizens, includ-
1 aid PolicyholderS..........$ 24,107,541 44 ported to be a message from Gen.ntativ of TE NEW
dommi-ion. advertising .ostae and Cronje saying that he saw no other ng *l rereentative of TIE NEWS,
nanins, avertiin. postage and 4.S course open to him but to surrender at the invitation of Major S. N. Van
All ottr pavm'nt,;" Taxes, salaries, 'On receipt of this message Gen. Praag, president of the Pensacola &
All ditl xamination Taxes. seneralr ex- Kitchenor proceeded to the Boer Northwestern Railroad Company,
medical examninations, general ex-
penate-. &e............................ 5,r.50 69 lager to arrange the capitulation.
sinkig iFund. Reducotionof Bookval- but met a inessenger who announced went out to ti north end of Oliva,
lus of 1d purc e a a premium 342.00 00 that Gen. Cronje said the whole or A street, this morning to witness
thing was a mistake and that he pro- the interesting though simple cere-
Disbursements..............posed tonight until hedied. ed a money of breaking ground, for the
Disbursements .............. $ 34,882.925.99 Gen. Kitchener then ordered a
bombarduienttof the Boer position. first time in this county, on the
ASSURANCE. The fire of all the powerful lritisa grading line of the new road.
guns was concentrated on a spot The point chosen for the com-
Instalin ;i: I'. *l:>ie stat.-d at the.r (cominut.t Valute-. about it lmile square and the explod- maencetient of the work of gradin i
Outstanding assurance $,4.4h rt6.422-r in-d et cloindre of was at the summit of the hill on
Outstanding assurance 1,o544146,422,_00 smoke. fil:in- the bed of the river Oliva street directly we-t of the
uranc anrd scorching ever,, ba-h in the Clapp tract and north of a large
ASSuranceApplied for ravines. square owned by Hon. W. A. Blount,.
in .................... S 27,356,6IO.CO 'TF.e roar was deafening and the about: on the corner of 12thand (liva
3 3 1Ire very ell'ctive, vet wit i spiritt stre-ts. Exactly as thile court house
Examined a n d I) e of mnade"-s, the Boers aitten pt-d to lock was striking twelve, Major
cIinc ... ...... ... 34,054. 77S00 "sipe" the naval gunners who wvrp Van Priag threw the first shovel-
_triitg at a rangti, of oinlv a t!,,u-and ful of dirt from the top of tlhe deep
STyacrd ut tlhat will be cut through theli
New Assurance Issue] S 203 301. 2 T 'le inevitabhl.outem, ,of th, bat- hill, with tii veyor Lee and hi-i as-
tie s.-in. to be that ;ton. C'roi.je anid aistants. the invited guests and the
\\. l. ; !n-rion.. ,onIt- !hvt B.)arI of lri etor, nrt lls brave menl are dool d. fore> of atilnd-i standing in a group
t h-- li..i t ll. l,.t Iia .,ccrdlice wit u is i .-laws. r-v'- bout himll.
rr'**-yl v nill i;<. it;:Ta r for thie .%!ar o.oe. lih r y rtifv that w- -; ,n .,|
h,r .:i v p il tso .cr rtT n vr- ,ie th ,iir Inth. i n,-' iti., cenrt lf. thut ,,-T r n.je Mill Fl hting.. T iT e initial force, which thus in a
m.d ..mit-'l I 1.-1iti, ii. -, i.. 1-or. t the i ll'cty.:alInd :c1 t TIhe report that Get. 'r !nj- ;A inodest way began this great woik
tltv t t t "t tru... a aitaI m t thert.or i,: :rue atud c',rn ct I rretiderted is 41tTicially denied ''!.Le within tlie borders of E-scainbia.
i: n,,'a!l,! t I .O't. .I. 1 nhimt.. "1'iini ('tC u,nmit.'. lite-t repoirt-; from Pauard lo.berg drift to 1inty, will be iiiareased as r:pitdly
T s I.. ..t. hin : thi." !. o -f ow that hie is still (fizlttiIng w1.h 1 t1 p -, ,. l andl thie work i-s ext)et-ct
,. ,\\ .t*cari n. .. \uldlr. ) i:m c:..r-. sta1ll dog t-;lacit"v aln ainlst -41.- : i" P'ro, eetd without int.rruiption
three to one f Inis la r r ia- i,ow n ti i the grading of this llrti oflf
tt. ijt1 ni 4 ... ..... .. ..*...... t ;sv o r ti. r..- wholly irdled by IBriti- artilla y. Itit i. coaiipieted.


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DI R ECTORS.


W. Alu'xaid'r.

A. Wh'welfict.


rY 0. Mitr'1uaiiJ.
H-. Squtirt.
1) Jo~rdant.


Jollhn A. Stewart.
Iobt. T. Lincoln,.
I>. 0). Mill,.
!i. 4'. Haarstick.
John Mh'ara.
WiVn. Al.'x:and-"'.
MNIrvin Il';i.tiitt,
H. .1. Fairchild.
M I:. In : :ill-.
Davia 1II. .Ml,,Tat.
rayton Iv,....
C. Ldvyird Bliair,
A. Van Bergen,.


LePvi 1. Mortlln.
A rigu-.t I1-1mnonut
Ttiaonitts '1. LEckert,
Jamies IH. Iintnhamu,
t-;itdie3' 1). "itlley,
John FE. erl-
$4 illucI NM. In ania ii

90o4eph '1'. Low,
.\latison Traiak.
J. F. DeNavarro.


OFFICERS.
W1ne~N. Alexa nder,.Pr, o'14. 4
.I~m'-I. I~d'.1' -'. li. '. age E. ITarhc.ll.*S v1 Ve-I'.s/c..
T r~1. WtI Pri. -4' IV .- -P, 1 W, .Il 1nis ). Jormdan r. 'i,,1rc1..
wiV al Av~ian A ex dr. .--. '-'z;-, '.Sidneoy 1). Ripleyv 1,'Trrkiir ,'
II N int yr#-. %- ". -4, ~Jaine" It. Lorin- R. liti-ier~,.
Edwaird W. Lanatltert. M. ID., Edward Curti-, M.l1) ,4-if, V ,'


%"' AOW%"LE 1 B1IS6, GE.NEIALAGENTS


' South Palafox St.,


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G"-Civ axs il. b


Pensacola, Florida.


ahd tl,;o ,.
I'h1i- l.a e at :t w :hici ('ro.j.. :i-
t;I;ide ii -ta;ind i ab-; ioilt forty aii l '-.
1ia-t oIf J.itobsd) al on lin o:111 11ii it
arti it is alleged that thl BI, r- ;11
withluit w.ter and Ciannit ipo.aIt.lv
hold ,it uintich longer. The-y nn i-
>eri about t.oi. Casualti'-s .on botl l
-ade.s have been very t),.ivy.
Th'. w:ar offlep has givi-n out ti.e
i: "ines of 117 killed ill the" linlht at
l'aatdeburg, Sundaiy.
Itomilardment ofr I.ady.hniih.
A di.pateh from Il-r sources
,dated ;at Pretoria yesterday says
Ile tvy lighting has been resuin"d at
'l'ugela. river and that Gen. Huller
has again been repulsed.
A Britislh di-patcn from ('hievily
camiip, dated Wednesday, saysn five
hinaidred Ie,+r, recrossed the "Tuiela
tid D made a .tand on the south bank.
Later they retired. The Boers are
,helliii.g the northern slopes of
Hlanatwana hill. It is unknown
whether they intend to seriously re-
si-t the ]Iritish march or not.
A hel ouraph nmessa.tre from Lady-
-mith W'dnesday says the hot-
hardlent of the town by the Boers
t at day wa. more active than in
m:iny weeks and that there were no
-;giis of t-" BHoers withdrawing.
A Lorenzo Marques dispatch a ys
ti>INI Hopers have been sent from L:t-
dysinith to Bioemnfontein.
A $0O BOY.
(Capltain I aw Works Ip an InImport-
ant CaMe.
S.nie time a.;o the school b" ard of
thi- county otTered a reward of $.,At
for the capture. with evidence to,
convict, of anyone guilty of maal -
ciously damniazin g school ,propert. .
IRecently onie ole, tore, down at d
carried away the cloie-t at tie,- col-
ored school ;I \W,.st : re a:.'ry stree.t.
Captain l) D.w ol tL- p,'!icie force at
oi.1'e went to work .n the c;a-e and
thi- mnrniti] arr--;"d Jati-,s Ly-
ns.t:;, ;I *,>' ; +: y ,iti !;t w ho +,c .r -"-'+(i
ta* t !:. wa i- Il;ty of t ae Ic't alnd
that !:.* w.- *id.d by .Mathe.w W\.'-
-'';. ('*pt. !)aw -o,:i haId Wa.t-n'
u: !"r !arr!t- ati'l dbo:wi boys ar." n iw
ii L1 t,,r tri il.


To bl (.ra'-t-d to ti) '- Chiltmr-n i (f the

T i., toachi-r-s a; .t ; ;,i f : ;'- city
ptlt)'!i c (<'i)'l- arct to b,' ri'.t'. ;I
holiday y Tue'd, so :tvt; ti,'' nay
wi':,--.- thle M ardi (ir.a- f, -'iv;it..-..
The fl,'ifAal notice fii ,.- :
P i:.VS t. 1- I'. ;>. l:
To Oti:'b!i the c ,iidr-n to 1;;.'.'.
tLe f-"tiav:i"s of Mardi (;ra- tinE
Board of Public Instructio, i, s d--I
cided to urant a holiday t tfie ei'v


iDUFFY 1-" i I1F:It;.
I ( al.' adl fihe i'amily Arrivld
"lo-day.
A -,,liil e:rrl;:,d of D)ufTy's M1alt
Wt i:-kvy ari ived nero to-day for Eu-
z'one Arbona at then Gulf Saloon .
His aidvertisin.: ill THIE .NE.ws cre-
a:ted sii'h a deiirind for it tlat he
-out every bottle o)f the 1'n-t consilgn-
nient. Thi.s lot will be ,Iold at $1 a.
bottle- while it lasts.

The letter (arsriers.
On December 1 19O, the pl)tnias-
ter-generial issued the following
order.
-Frtim ani after tth dat of b th u' ar(' r
it' n ttli w1 c*''vice a, I tter cnrrir,'. lhtll h . be. ind i,'atild icn th "' emrri r, Uitillt am i U)
Itrpps but hy rnr u, us fnlliws:
h'-v .sr'i '.srvic ., onrl llan k "ilk -0 tar.
1' v:1 yeVaIr % 'ervice.r'.. two.) l k 'ilk stnr".
'Ift*t*-n vyet rs ervie-. O1- r*'rl '-llk star.
Tl i iIty y-Yitr4 -* rv ''v two r ilk i s %tutr%.
'l 'itv-tl v+. y.-arqr service, tne. silv-r tar.
Th:rty vyv s .ll -,arvl.'e. two -ilvo-r -tars.
"1 t;rty-tn\ % .,"ir,. on, gold -tul .
l-'.rtvy %..'r. s 'rrvice. two gold f taris.
VWhIen new uniforms are ordered,
stars will be. used instead Eof servie.-
strtipes. By order of Perry M. Heath.
Fir-t As.istant Postm tsterr-General.
There are four car'rier- in tlI.e lo-
eml '111ice who have the right t.) wear
star- oil their uniform for long ser-
vice-C. G. Van Matre., year;
Fred ttearns, S years; A. B Petti-
way, ,vearA: R. 8. Smith, 10 vears..
C.G. VAN MATURE.


DEVELOP GEORGIA MINES.
Northern C'apitailsts rganiza Stroag
C(omipanpy at Di>.hloneax.
ATLANTA, Feb. 2-2 -The Dablonega
rold Miniug and Mil'ing company, cap-
italized at $;.,00.uO. has been organ-
ized under tue iaws of at once begin the active work of operat-
:n; what is said to be one of the richest
p.acer mines in toe m:ate.
The .tlicers and direcrorm of the new
companv are prominent cp.;ra.ist a ,f
Cuicago and 6t. Louis aud tuily $150,-
JQ. i ex*.)-cted to 6-e a3iet in a iLort
time in the operation of tie m:niag
property. Tne cr.mpany now owns
minies ir-ated in LIm;,kin. Wniue and
Daw-ca counties aud wi.i commence
Immeat'ao.y to open up the "Briar
Patch" pacer on the Cnestatee river,
abaut 4 rni:.e from iDanionega.
The **Briar Patch" adjoins the cele-
brated Bir.ow m ne, from whica gr,ld
to tMe amount of $1,JO,W000 has been
taken. and tests already male on the
proI;>):rty have developed unusually high
va.iiis. ar tae pas: six months mem-
b-r-t f ith company have been pros-
:,-e:ing mt the property and it is eaid
tme tests shaw tina the wealth of the
ni.ue is m the neighhoorhood of 46,00'J,-
LtU'j.


HAS PRESIDENT COURAGE?

Sensational Article In the Kremaz Z -I.
tung Calls For Arbitratlom of Bril-
flb-Boer War by the United States.


Questionsl McrKln.ly's Wlllltgnee.
NEW YORK. Feb. 3I-A special to
The World from Berlin says:
An article. palpably Uaspired in The
Kreas Zeitung, which represents the
opinion of military and governmetS cir-
cles, says:
"Mediation in the South African war
is only possible from one side-namely
the United btatea.
*"From any other nation or group of
nations mediation would be constred
by England as an impertinence.
"President McKinley's intervention
would certainly receive attention.
"The ques.ttin s, has Presideat Mo.
Kioley tue wish and the courage to in-
tervene?
"IHis re.-eection is certain; why
shoulJ he trouble himself?
"Basides, England is displaying at
preseut the greatest complaitance to lhe
United States."


JOHNSTON


IS VICTORIOUS.


Alabanmlan lPrefer County Nom-
matioxg Conventlon to Primary.
BIRMINonAM. Ala.., Feb. 22.-Gov-
ernor Johnston scored an important
strategic victory over Senator Morgan
yesterday when the county Democratic
executive committee of this (Jefferson)
county refused to order a direct pri-
mary tor the bsnatorsbhip aud reaffirmed
its previous decision an favor of the
nomination of memnlers of the legis-
lature by county convention withoautn-
structions from the people.
'its was in hoe with the expressed
wishes of the goveru,,r and was done
after a resolution had passed orilering a
popular vote on the governorhbp, the
candidate receiving the highest vote to"
get the county's entire delegation to the
state convention.
This latter action was taken in com-
phance with the petition of the friends
of John W. Tohlinson. one of Jeffer-
scn county's candidates for governor.
The vote on the senatorship question
was .2 to lb against a direct primary.
On the governorship race it was 25 to
22 for a direct primary.
The action of the committee on the
senatorship is important because Jeffer-
Pou elects seven members of the leg.
islature more than any other county
an the s'ate.
SAVANNAH IS CELEBRATING.
Military Demnoustratlon l I lower ef
VWasth Iatoie's N atl Day.
SAVANNAH. Feb. 22.-Guards passed
through Savannash this morning from
Darien, McIntosh county, having to
charge 22 negroes convicted last sunm-
mer of rioting. They will go to work
for one year each in Adrian. Ga., where
the James Lumber company nas a large
plant. These are tne negroes woo ea4
the military called out last summer.
Washington's birthday is being gam-
-rally observed in Savannah today.
There will be a parade of the military
Shis afternoon and the Georgia Hassan
widl go on a trip tbrongn tae country.
The banks and most of the stores a e


Closed.
IGNORED THE GOVERNOR.
superlutend-.st of K-.nlucky Asyluma
I IfI--nl an iceo-u-,fi- ltm.
LF::M'.oT'N. K.v.. Feb. 22.-An inter-
esting case invu.vintg the recognition of
the governor of Kentuvaty has occurred
herm
I'raink.in m(nnty jury ordered G. 0.
lleiith, a ne.r,, ccnuned in the state
prison. e,.nt to the s:ate asylumt here.
The n ..ro was a, ronipanied by an or-
der fr;oma (overn,'r BEckihani to return
hiai to tioe e :iate.int;ry woen cured.
STn'e oit!ciaia r. t:.e asyvnm, acting in
. aperrntendent Wi.y '.-.abence. received
. the patent but: Bnore'1 Beckham's rr-
ders. The Rsy.ucn i i under a operin-
tendenr appo:nited by Governor Bradley
ai.nr u1 t"1r:.
llrtn,'l lim*n N, )Opposition.
MoI:oE, Ga, Feb. 22.-Walton *I-
pen-rir court is In -ession this week
Judge Richard B. Rosseli residbg.
An exceptionally large number of cael
have Leen eett ed and much busiutse
disposed of, though few cases of gsa-
eral interest have as yet been tried.
Hon. Charles II Brand, the able -.
)itoti w.n.'ral wr an a Walt-mn nomaIV


The Equitable
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NO. 18.


Makes the food more delicious and wholesome
iO LO t SAKnu pOWoe CO., *erw O lt.


.J.avr.- 11. i~vihe.
'I.J,* tT.~r-Ebta 7-mulidge.
Wint. A. To4wer.f
Jof:n a 1:ciAstoir.
F: rI' Tarbell,
4 eo~-J O(uoth.


a-ir W. C. V~an Hornie.
If. NI. AllxandvEr.
T'. 1tWt Cuvle-.r.


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2 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1900.
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KMPLOYMeXNT OF I, lC.
]nlg up 382 or call at the office.
11 North Palafox street. when itn
need of a carpenter. I. D. Hofflmin.
Buaieeos Agent of the ('Cirpontrr'-
audJoitpers' Union. will furni-' yvu
with the desired help on i)hort n i-
tice. f.'.'.tf


NEAR NINE HUNDRED

BOERS ARE KILLED 0B Careul


In the Battle at Paccrdeberg
Drift Sunday.


BRITISH


LOSE HEAVILY


Oteo of the Costlliest Actlans of the
1Wa'r-l'rrilcl Shelllnsg by the Brit.-
ish hutr Netr Two Days-Attack lBe-
gins at D)ayllght.
PAATE'r.ERG DRIFTr,Orange Free State
Feb. 20, v.ia MODDER RIVER, Feb. 21.-
One of the costliest actions of the war
occurred at Paardobeig Dr.ft Sunday,
Feb. 18.
General Kelly-Kenny. in his pursuit
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(;-TvNEIAL KEI.I.Y-KENNY.
guard at Kiip Drift and followed
the burghers to the Beias laager at
Koodos rand. The drift action b3gai at
daybreak, the mounted infantry driv.
Ing the Boer rcarguar. up the river to-
warus the main Lo_.y. while another
body of mounted infantry nmanenverpd
rn, the rigrit front and flank of the
Eoers.
-.,. BEritish in a bdy advanced to
cutfiank ihe E her'ss 'a :ar on the north
anik o: tiue river. General K',ilr-
Kenny having &seze., two urnfts found
the Uoers strongly enclosed and ordered
an attack v ith tue iiihiani brigade on
the left and General Knox's brigade on
the center and risht. whi. General
Smith-Dorrien's brigade c:rosed the
river ani advanced .ov ti,3 north
bank. On theo north an i scuth banks
the ground ii vol and the advance
acro-e this waA dcally and the Britisa
losses were heavy-.
The battle was an exact repetition of
the Modder river battle, with the sol-
diers under tire all day long. and the
fighting Lad no definite rebulta. as the
Poers' iaag r was well barricaded and
they remained therein.
Thne British guns shelled the larger
vigorously and the B ewrs confessed to a
loss of over SOO men. The terrific shell.
ing was resumed Monday when General
Cronje a-ked for an armistice.
The sheliing was countnued Tuesday.
over 50 guns pouring lead into tnhe Boer
camp.


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But lie H.d Hi i. Own Wll t ua t l.'
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NEW Yorn, Feb. "2.-A f--:al t.,
The World from London says:
The stru'g.e v:it.: Cro:j-3 fc: .L t.
have begun earlyon cSn L-"y an.i L
held his own with an ini'er-ior ti: e a-
Koioodos raud, s u:h of Uo;j20., cu i.
yesterday.
e is confident;y .:at-d that hc :: '
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from Magerso.uu-'!, ?u; ::e :: i .'.'
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tinrg hniiu it:) a tra:), for Gener.-is Mac-
Douald an1 K:, x ;arc wocudeid, ni.u
otfiiars k:Aed and 4U wounded.
* Taere ta be no dubt abut the re-
sult. tor wo are ti;hreu to ouae; our com-
niuuica'-ins are iu:aer. whie Cr .nj
can get no supplies and further rein-
forcements for him will be headed (TC.
General Luller is gaining ground, bu:
the actual relief of Ladysmith is not
yet accomplished despite ail rumors.


flullet's Advance Visible.
LosNoo, Feb. 22. The Morning
Post's second edition publishes a dis.
patch from Ladysmith dated Feb. 19.
which says that the bombardment con-
tinues with unusual persistency and ac.
tivity from Bulwana and Blsaawbank,
* but is doing small damage. The gar.
rison is in good sp.rits over General
Roberts' success atid the advance ol
General Luller. vwh'ia is now viEL.e.

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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1900. 3


KANSAS CITY IN THE LEAD.
v~oec. Wy!-4 liIa to Ise The Vuvor-
uci tiee r Veastium.
7. I .I The Demo-
~t t: :~i' i-C et in tile
-- .iVt'gh at noon
A ~awe fcr huo4.
tI- i~m ... I r ', t. 4 uuven-
*2i t.-wica'& 1fI tir-
:I- .: r :e--,tslUran cEvery
K'-:. _y V'Aa6 rcriredeuted


.Tlee 1rioTthat Kala&ia '.City
*-.ctaa- (:Is ( atv in whica
i: cver: aWor ldbe bed.e
.wai~e ( ~niur.r~twere makincr
riru gt and c Anti ijizvictor'..

r'was a va-an *v fr 'u trio e Nj.
2'ur''a aos,-'i 1 ,rta ie death
vt L ra-(iir. J A i, 1 k d Norrix

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wa repre ented by a
f < worty" i~gentiemen, but
.. that a c iouitiriron of her
with tno-o <,f KaFne City
S: -.ow the immeasurable superi-
-* i inu latter.
.. :ia C:ty has :9 lines of railroad
.. .-r teiegrapie facilities are excel-
Her hotiss are more than ample.
Scouimmite should have the first
c,:** of rooms at thee hotels. which
we- equal to the beet, the delegates
;*., '-oud choice.
.:- mention of Bryaa's name won
i-. trt applause of toe meeting.
Te delegation did not come begging
* *** convention in the hope of carry-
S uttfnl tat. Whether the con.
e--" w.nt to Kansas City or not,
M.# ,-. wouid be true to Democracy.
Mrrr: ,-i ie ot Milwaukee presented
%:L .: f the Cream City. He re-
mr:. ~ .. aantiy that, as the mayor
r' .- be would intruct the police
Sr ; -vent any of the delegates to
S-:: ,n from breaking into the
S urged the election of Mil-
Sr the great good it wou.d do
7a v. lie had lived for year.
:. were it cost something
: ; ,,. ,rat. Where ;s the bat-
.. irampalgn to te fought?
* : : in: tie east hope wag vain.
.: \ r ', we-t there was great
; "'. ,--,'e' (;f expans:on. The
-. -" .-.' i.l" D democratic pre-ident
th mii ddle west Eight
.- waukeie had asked for the
a aIn tia i said "we couid
i! LerV wers auaned
S- :i-.i uis C:arrie'i.
Mchiuley carred Wi'"-
tui majority, Mlr. R. )e
-. ,, ', wouli this year
ra v,.t, t) Bryan. This
-it w.i' greeted with great
*. -aanie lermentt wnaich
n in i1s,12 was in syra-
bemiocratB n'r, lhe rs&ad.
: r,''mf- for the Demnio-
a:-r in tne lex man Atuer. i
V'-, -* i'.lia woo.d go )lez,-
Apnilanue j BalU tni '
S. .., tlie lDuiocratm of W\s-
:. ': te t t) le fact that one
S .-: trm-rni n newspapers
.:. wt- now horti.e towards
'r.'r,.on. With its uppors 0
' rt'- ,-riuld and woiud carry
S: ">-now to the tiermans.'.
at t::e Democrats are op-
:I~I iam and expansion and
w. h us." Applaue. j


'. :'trik, Coneprosmlied.
Fe b. 22.-An agreement
-n -. ne, between the miners
S-.'v r' f the Cockrell coal
s n ty the Eryson Coal and
S The men have returned
a comipromied seale. The
": ... were shu; down Feb. 10
a re:used demand of the
:;abher wages. About 400
-" -' "'e-.0 lry the settlement.
'er For Big Estatte.
-eIh, 22 -IL S Uright of
: was named receiver for
rt les of James Stinson,
-. ward. ty Judge Kohl-
S* : : tie L'nited Sitates cir-
t inon' ouso met are not
:I. -ities are put at I$SJO.-

1', 1,1 Syrif.
-a. Feb '-?.-A mob of
:.as wounded tne son o'
v-e consul. Abela, at
surrunnded the c-in
1 ave been d(ir.atche-i
..A.- g' e tO) the 0-une o:


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a rrl '.a 1. %N* irig I : -ilit t(Ili very '%% !ill
il !-ram 'j~i gr:wi- a' :iIe laid teorne hIis
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t''.. I.it lIneat lnothisfrailties lice ra-
tt1ii1e 'W!'"]e':xtiv "s a very greatmnin.-
: ani la:nk's ''I.fe of (eana'.


lunltel w-huter's. Paper Cutt.er.
.1.'..;!cTi M. "e't'r'y orf 'c toliC. N. Y.
thas pr-esnted'l a n .ilnatile relic of Dan-
h\'l Wel.ster to the Suffolk County ilis
ti- < -,l s n',tyv It is an Ivory p:iap['
cttte'r wtifIhi Mr. We'bster used for n
nuim!'r of years In his library at
Marslineld. Muss. Webster gave it to
Charles Taylor. then a boy. whose .a-
ther was at the tinne manane'r of Mr
Webst.-r's farm. Young Taylor pre-
&vrve(d fitr' relic n nd several years agoc
while residing nonr Mr. Terry's hous-
gave It to h1i:.-New York Sun.

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IFeIctr~cai Supply ( e.rublnoe tol (r,-an.
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P:'rT'. 1;'}t-ei3. ) ;e-.oae gigantic
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.ite l.it't lt2' t rhtr~t themsnelves
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ut Iri..-d prices, am a rvaw-u teILI sr p.iei
will caizUe a a io s(it.1 lIveAjiY to mAry.


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Sal! tle'itOw .t -I. Iho IIre xxV.die!
r-bil x t'r n:'e t n th'"-,-o tle'ar xvas ia
son::iv xr.ttl-n 31),uit a train' A11 son'-t;


CO(tli'- to thiLk Oit ~tit. ti~it;, there
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I1e1ijint Witha Ntc' Natx.'Ilii thlis setong
th..oc1,! ivan is d:-runk in Ili,- first
ye r-"- A ICt h-l'ei(~h
2 .vwa.r'e' teif ii,? mivI. fortact' arrh a t it
( lilt .ii fl c r %
A- lin-icu ry will sureir.'-da'str'ev tilt-
i- ln'the' whlcl' v.ta-'ii in en eite'r-
ir g it t Iil'e aujg Iilit' liiL(aticous urfnacve'r.
Suci ciart ic Icsshouleci d ne've'r ba-'us'd
s\('e'I t ciim lesr(-'5t'i ton-i fromcnnropltita-
lilt' phaysicina ns, rasIthle dauizwtre t hay
wavill (100e k tell fe~ld to the good yo~u
cae nai c--i ItI cv dle'ri a'.'fromni in ein.
II aI,- (Ca tarirh u (re'.nima nufaet iirvd
It% ". F.J. U hafrIev & Cot)., Ttl'e~daa, 0.,
eveeiitaii-; lie, 1ne'rctiro-, rtad iktakfeii
intite'riaII-x- actinag- alir.'mtly tieilithe'
111"e1dcal arialtlf et'-sifiacve.4)f the-
lire' Is-, tjroee~U ~-,t tiac' te'taiiee..
It n-. taken i ite',rancdl~v :iavi j ii- 1.1ill'ii
T1F-ile-b. tOhio. 1iv IF. J. (Iea- 'i
'l'eby-ItN-11uea: ira I-,free'.
IlaW, .,11ei~ by iti2'rtih~,-ltj~'7e


THE ;OYSTER1 SlASON.
e it '.i I:it L 1 1 r rton : 4 'i1t ft n
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tliet' ar
':a t i -aI t ca i i 1 1)bv t eI.t I r E.
T I i% t rri .t i t rti. eI v traitIiIt I:u
A t1:1 will leer tin' 1--l'p lwe';-.
fill' Ill. L fir.-10 t randi fite t

ire aw r i '-,.d-m t a' e r rcl' t d1 .
c Ki k:r- r-t. iru rzinI. Yi e:i I
Le tt]4Firi ky *thL.' j' tt'.. (ItZO-1). ltiu-
drie ek. Itrr. I lrayi' .wraz.-'n Iead
c ir' t"rvi t!~'f r'zi l;a'

hota -pe-evi':'. rdl-r- will hb'- e'rv#e at
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LODGE. D141E CTOR11Y

KNIGHTS OF PYTHI AS.
I'enmavaila Ii4ge, No). .. k iif 11 ,

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n it.'nden. cia lit re'e't.
I tIi ra't 1 ricrrcorliraily
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Kodol

Dyspepsia Cure.

Digests what you eat.
It artifi'ia'.yd e.t-,ithe food and aids
Natl-re in 'rlnitZhe'nirng and recon-
straicting thio exhaistalc dijge-tive or.
gaits. It i't he3'.a't d;scorv'reddidz't-
ant andr tn'. No othcr preparat,,m
can approach it n cfliciency. It in-
stantly relrev.e and permant ntiy cures
Dy-spepia, ]L f- 'on. Hleartburn,
Flatulence, S,.,;.r St,,mach. Nausea,
Sick Heada all other results (,f :m'jrrfert digestioD.
Prepared by E. C DeWitt & Co. Cticago.
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CURE YCURSELF:


THE ORIGIAL- .
THE ORIGINAL A


ST. L0uIl


A. B. C.


BEER.


i. GUGfNHEIM' S


Great


Bargain


Shoe


Sale !e-


Children's [Departmenl.
H.ai l-- v,Jd Fre ch l i In f.A n:A
th ittl. .-'
worth 75c, now 50c.
ll.n;l--'w I'd Il-rnich l tld Infaint-'

worth $1.00, now 75c.
Htl:nd--eowt Kid li i Sprin: He l t I Button'
worth 75c, now 50c.
laial-- 'tw d Kid Spl iii Hie l lhu:-
tonll-. 1
worth $1.50, now $1.00.
Hainld-- ew d Sprl piini ll' el l I,;l'-.
worth $1.50, now $1.00.



Men's Department.
Genuine Dong. lhuttona and Iaco
Shoes, 12-2,
worth $1.50, now $1.00.
genuinee Vici Kid Hutton and Lace
Shoes, 12-2.
worth $2.00. now St50O


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V. J. VIDA Sole Wholesaler.. d. eprt

1130 ISKIES, BR101N3 IES. IMPORTED 110 DOIESTICartment.
Paul Jones and Echo Sprinls Celebrated Whislics. Kid sprin Heel nltittan and Lace
P TRY H BOTTLE OF HOL1 TOl. $1.00, $1.25, $1 50, $1.75 and $2.00.
PHONE 154. : : : : P. (. BOX 587.
The-y ar, iorth o ., lilire
JU7G & FAMILY TRADE SOLICITED Kid Hti nitutii and iee., alio
Free I),IIivery to Any 'nart of theb C:ty. Cloth Top in Black and Tan.
ig""'.ll orders itft at TheOffice, Vldal & amit, willit car.full, frOm $1.00 to $3.50.
atto:.ded to."" *0$ .


Special Bargain!
A lot of Fine Ladia.' Shoe, ( Cin-
cinnati make. regular a pr ice $3'.
anid $1 iNi ;i plair. n w olinly $1 6i.
Wf- only have then in 2s iand iP.
iand (' and D widthl, that ik whv
wo sell them so chf;-ap.
Our Men's Department
We beat any store' in town : will
iindirseIl ;lW'yo0ie' naid ,ive- the
inl-t co -atifactiolIi.
LJR $3.00
H:ilid-,'wed Vi'i Kid Shoep- are
<'-itlil tei ;l ny at '.i.Wn -litow in town.
indly -olifitinti your patronage,
I reiiain yo~Uir. toi plea.
-:;) I. Gugenheim.


CHAS. COTTRELL,
Artistic Photographer,
ItOO.)OM t'I' H ,F I B" I t ll.INU.
204., OL'TH PAl.IAF'O STRFET.
S atiefaction (iGarant-ted an IEvry Par-
ti.ulaIr.


HElBllttBIBOS. !C0.,


WBOISLI 1I002011,


Palafox Street,
Pensacola, Florida.


BARGAINS


-IN--


jeal


Estate.


'AIii at ft!As ne- rt I
$ 2 0 0 A,,!,,!%-1 !. Iin I L. wA ,-z''f iatfii

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CRONIeS SALOON
o-DEALEK IN-o

Impollted and Domestic !ines, Liquors and Cigars. In
JUG TRADE A SPECIALTY.
F ',,t'- Rolnoant and Devilliar- S-,. PENKACOLA -.FLA


H. H. WICKE,


c


Plumber, Gas and Steam Fitter,


No. 6 South Palafox Street,
All Kindr oa, Plumbing arnd (a i Fitting's Materials Kept on Hand


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DUNN'S


HOTEL


ON ZUROPEAN PLAN.


Three Reular

Meals Ea ch Day

25c Each.


Restaurant Attached, Open Day and Night.


OYTEIS, FISH AND GAME OF ALL KINDS IN SEASON.

Special Orders at Any Hour.
R.ATES:-From $1.(0 to $l..i per I)ay. & LODGING*
:.11 and 51 S. South Palafox Street. Pen.ace.la. Iloridla .25 and 50c


TIME TABLE.

LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD.
IN :E FFFl-'. .IAN I-.A I:N _'7, l'-0,


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A LITTLE

DOES MUCKI

rooxs. IOWA. Dec 14
NO, tnngue can tt I it-hat I kie enr.urt I
In the toi- t,-n %ears ,xi .irmy z;.--1 hv%.,
De".. 1% W1:.11e s-c At r:n nc u'-.rtr. d u;., -*r! .a
friend CAi~td andrti -ri'a'm t! xde'd %Vme 'of
(ardai I stant for a bla('te, and Oh! what
relief. After utO'1- t ak. (e I beau to Lav,
better and ave inart- ano pain since-.
MR~S. GhACE LAMPHEIEK.


lke IgC WFsL
)hne or(-nCard It


Wine of Cardui not on'lv c'rres but it acts AT 0NV'"F.IK~re is ak case
of ten years' staniin, ,and ez ome sir: e d. e n:.:Je Otie '~;erer feel t'etter,
anI St. ppe.d tire i'~n. The Wine go'es strarwit t-)thre se.;t I4 the "ru~
It ,:ts 1,c~ctvlir;'*In t~ie rmenstrual .ml i~eiJ*.d 11,r .:: It ctl..11n i1''n t
vi, lent, and It Jd, WS U.-t f, ceA reN-.0t. It su>'. .'.c N~itii-e t iut`nt
: t..cIiie thtt the s,.: r -r's s% err ck AX .:. .. a in tl~c
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irI:ri cn be her 'w : a.u. ~e.' i '' .clex-
ve hr.>!, trc tle
[ LADIES' ADVISORY EEPA3TS.eNT. Oki' r ., a ru


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Druggists sell Large Bott!,es for $1.00.
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Tba. paper is on file with 'the
BANNING ADVERTISING CO.,
ambmeriber adrertise-s and others rr -*!
emaiale it 004 wher-e estimate's wi.1 toe givetA
uPGOQOPCC fu~r GENERAL ADVERTISING.

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etered lht tb.- Post 40ffie& at Pensacola.
Via-. a. 6coad -(A&-sritat tr.

0)pVXICF: l',Vt V .d:. bL "n Pala-
tax utro-t. up-L-ta.,r.


THlE NLWS P I~uTLISHING Co.

Termis-Invariably in Advar~ce.
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THE WISEKLY -NEWS:


There i- no better medicine.
babies than Chamberlain's
Remedy. It- plea-ant ta
prompt and effectual cures I
a favorite with mothers an
children. It quickly cure
coughs and colds, preveitina
Inon11 ia or other seritii- contse(i
It alko cures croup and ha- bt
in tens of thou-ands of f:t-,
,ut a in li failure -o far : N-
lbeen able to learn. It nt <,4u
croup, but when given a-i .o',
croupy cough appears, wil!
the attack. In ca-es of w
('ou h it liliiefies the toigh
alll:ki ll it -a:-ier to (.xpecictor
I-' tII- the -everity anild fr
,of t! p*' roxy-n.s of coug.lin
. -privinl- that disea e of all
,,i- ci' !e- (uenlce For -;al- i
in i Btrow-. 2l S. Palafitx -tlre.

LITTLE I- 'OLKSl Mt-IC.

Heinel A'ademll.y at 3 O'Clo'1
day. Feb. U1. 1MIMI.
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DEMOCRATIC


CAMPAIGN


The Primaries April io; Conven-

tion April 14.


A HarnontiousiI Meeting <4f the (County
Iemrncratic Ex.-cutive Cotmirnittee.
at Which Candidatfe,. and Citizens
generallyy Were Peinmititd IFree
Speech


in the aggregate valuatio
property returned for taxat
returns of personalty. wh
correspondingly decreased
gregate amount, have begut
ward movement. The net
therein for the five year-
mined was 12:. per cent.
than the total dbcre a-e in th
ti'n of all taxable property b
2 per cent: yet the aggregat-
was, for the first time during
years. greater than that of
vious year.
There appears abundar:t -
hope that the decrea-e in a
valuations since 1S.4. aimou
$1,,7.l.;.. may be. itn a fe
more, entirely madam" g..d:
other year may *. the t,'>.
to increase again. .i- it lias
lee1:in with r<-pect to per,)on
erty, and that with bftt.-r an
,equitable revenue laws. the f
condition of the people ma
br- as prominiingas it waQ in


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col.nted in said election excevt*tbhos.e urn-
isbed by thiiicoamnuttv%'.
Anyrper%'nri% inttesoing lt, be. or. d..ir,,:
of be, fg.~. ut.edidaie' at t I. I primpirv C.
ticn abo.,v- urovidt-4 for any of th.- iw!;'
ahjt' venauned ir a a etdililatfor do-~it-m ,,i
th.- be-r.-:n t'tffre nitvdii, rid 4'( utnfy
venti'm -tivlet tle A 4th tli" *ecret~iry -ft,
COii4Iitlea'inolt-iC n "rit~i~z .:(f hi-, ii''
t it 'n t ',) a a et i~i dtito. -tat a. z theo i., *(,i
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Afte-r a full anAi free I izvza i-:i bv
th" nin-inher-. vci.ad'datt--. ald] ,t her
do. ntocrn:s. pre-emit. th-' r4-4t 1 LU :1it)4
wit..;unalllint4Jn-ly .id pv-
0(aIuii o: I I) n 4) (Thai 11i ttcf man
('hu'.. Wi1iamn- zti t' r diem u 4f
clerk-. ini ct.eors and returninslg 44th-
ct-r-. fur thle primary elpetion 1w~aa
fixe-d at $2. retitruinz ratflefrs to) b,
all 4wed mailea.;e at 10 ceqItl- per viile
for the4 r4 urad piip. all eXponze-c- 4of
condutictiti the pliinlary to t'v biirrie-
proe rata b~v the citudidate-;.
Co billtin, 1iicat ions from the candi1-
dates irecommllfendinlg nanie' for lip-
l'Oilimnnt ,a ins;pectoPrs and clerks
was order.4tI failed l:itil tM.- Out,
fixed for niiiiking ag5id lappolnitine lt-
ws heia it will be cijns;id '-red.
Oa motioni of Com~niliitte"1 11 II1 Put-
nam it wits ordered ti It the rail-nz
of funds and dim-burltuieint #of -am,-
to) pay expc-tises 4 f tl.*e primary be
left entirely to a C. P1flh11it"04'Id il-th
candidatpea. theeectveciIlflt-
being relieved (f .if v duty inlv n -
Ilection thei-rCwitl. Alid] th:it t!,e
treasurer iof thlt' 'afld idat'-sctn
nvrtti-e ucertify t1thi t'-. $4tvv~f
execti~ti'e comlinitut,#. 'en tin' I et-
1)peci ti edl. t I I I- 1:1111v 4 .:1 c Ai1i AI
da~te ('Iltitlted t-1 hav.- 1. i h- l'

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l;at an- The Democratic Executive Coi n-
A begin llittee of Escambia county n.t :it
alr ady the (otice of Jud-e T. It. MeCullagh
al prop- last night, pursuant to call. Chair-
id mior' man C. I1. Parkhill presiding .
financial On call of the roll it was found
y again that every member wau present
1t. either in person or by proxy except
those from precincts 4, 7, 12 and 17.
Sfor the Chairman Parkhill stated that in
Cough view of the fact that a majority of
ste and the candidates for county office-.
make it -
d smakell alsothe Workingmen' ) Demnocratic

s their club, had petitioned the calling of
g pne-u- primaries at an easily date, that,
1e l('*ed though it wav perhap-z e early for
-4 with- '-lch action, le hhad d-en'-'d it his
we have duty t,) call tl-. comtiinitt, t,.t ethe-r.
ly c'ui- flr lie w:t- always ready to (ido tli
,lla itt, bidding: of the gr+-at d ,i nt ,ecrat;c
l ,, P-! party, l wlhi' .- rvaiit 1! f, -.
ti'o' irn |[If e ',,1o.'lratlulated thr. ,un ip:itito
ate-. arl n t ldrg at i.n ; wi
till t tl lt 10 1 I -' il v f. itiN l '1;10o I.
1 "i! was ready lfr dint: in t.!' init.r--t );'
-n ru lil party. In i--iiil4 t!he, call flt
iy Hi, l- t e: I e iti: h,. ;i;il iivie-, ali.ii-
' dates an!d citiz-ln rir: ily to at-
t- d anld ht* was pl't--(d tO ',-d t that
Li: li: iy hli l accfIpteVd ti,' I!Vitatiitni.
lI- i ivitetd all lire-e!:it to t, 'ly f.x-
k Faiur- I1i -% their views rai.,l :i(lI ti::t it
w,- t!'e d*t-ii f he (th .e iiulitth- a thlat
it-, a 'tiin -ll *,uild lin;- t w itll liun i: !-
t, 'ill. mui 'u- approval; that t! 11- e ul 1te
!.- i,,. ~b i t tter t-i'iured if oh' to('ii"i- w 'let
r ii-' d ail 'vtythiil -**. t! i bl f! :'r'
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Old Penn Mutual Life Ins. Co.

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J. M. TTTTTIARD & CO.,

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W. .1. & B. FORBES,
Large* l)partment Store in Florida.
(Our st ck of Dry Goods. Clothlong,
Bouot and Shoes, Carpets, Furniture.
Hardware, WagoUn and Biagags, Hqr-
uess and Saddles, S'oves sad Tinoar -,
Paints, 0:1s, Varniehes, ana everything
found in an "up-to-date" Department
Store Is complete and cannot be excelled
asvwhere. O(r prices are rtiht, and it
will pay to call and ae ns before mak-
ing yonr parchasee. 123 to 127 Sjuth
Palafek S reet.

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TI::,e Biz Down Totwn S-i t's Ci'ot'hiiu '. l 'e il:tt0 F,'rnishl
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l.-adi.g ('lothifr, Hatter and (Gents'
Farnisher,
Spltr oite Custom Hlouqe.
N ..22; out'h Palifox Street.

II. (. ANSON,
Cash Clothier. Furnlsher and 0Otfitter.
Shoes and HIfts, Oil Clothing, Boots
and RItbber Goode.
B5i' South 'alafox Street, Corner Malo.

C(AR!L SCHREBNICK'S
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Dealer in Clothing, (,ents' Furnolshing
I; od Ilalts. Shoes, Etc.
2. 2 South Palafox Street.

JOH(N Will rE,
* e of the oU(dest and leading Clothiers
to the city.
1i alwr o Gents' Fornishin; nGoods,
S4uot:iej. lists, C'aps. Shoes, Ntc.
and '27 South l1alifox.

('arpets.

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S .'.t 1 1 ;,:.r ment .' ore in Florida
S :ir -to' i(. f I 'rv (Good (Clthlng,
R.,it an1t S, .-!, I'ar;c.ts. iFurniture,
i! trdware, \V:,, 'nu< I i.giem'. llir-
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l'aP ;-. ,i \ irnisthes, and everything
fut1Uii it an I *IpI-t<'D-date" department t
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(h'ina and Glassicare.

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SSt 't i. 'alaftx Street.


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1 h-q1,'r in 41l kind- (-f Building Ma~terIl.
'-h'ip anie lumber vard. corner Alcs n, z
'111d Gartdenl street%. Ad~joining I right

Builder ant i C1tracte'r will estimate
aind contract for complete buildings of
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,I nf 'ai. C'.mractor anA B',jil.!r. ArtLi -
t1--ca' 4I S- -.rinclletlet andl I eaIar in
ll'J'd11vN1 'I te'isi t all kindfs. Esti-
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t ntractor and BJ;ieer
p:I'ot :1'andI spe.'iflca! ions furnisheI on
s~lort wnot 'e. .1t0) work :a specisiltv.
A 1'1,e. Il North 1'ilsfox street. Phone
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Coal 1Dealers.

( ANlY 11\ '4C1
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~ P 'ls ~and Iwie i IDealt-rs in Stcatl.
I),-ruvetic anti .% ci* ira' oal.
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('arria Q'e Mafnufa~ctur'ers.



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I-, F.st ;ir'len Street.

.1 1li1 I1JARD & CO.,


DR. G. li. TLTTI.E.
DENTIST.
Ilyer Building, corner lotendencla and

Palafox Streets.


Tue city of Pensacola has just reason SiI:tin's former ,,.atiei-.s and martel
t. be proud. She has always been con- that some of her ancient gins are still
midered one of the healthiest cities in protruding frmui the *;aunds aloun th,-
the world. Situated in north lnttiude shore.
3', 24' ;'3" and west longitude T.7, 12' Among, oth, r p 'ntiit of interest to
t,3"', she enjoys the natural advantages tour:-'ts may be mentioned thie P'tns:1-
wthich nature gives-an equable temper- col. lii;attnou-e, the old Am' rican f.,rt.,
nature restricted to sumnimr and winter, Barraunc:t and Reftoul'r, the famou.i
the changes being by a-y gradation, Fort l'Piikens, and I te ruins of Fort Mo1-
without the suddenness which would I;ee: the chloie.t navi \:tr tend to shock the most sensitive or States with its letautifull a\eltnes of live
delicate human organmis where ordina- oaks. its trailin,: tropical vint..4 and fra-
rv care is obscrt.1l lor the protection of grant flower-: t .- nuew fortificatit'ns re-
health. ,'entlvt. naiiei'd "I-ort I'eiisacuol." con-
Our summers are made pleasant by *istin ,f ,lo lmonshtr 12-inch ui-:ip-
the ever present chloricattil breezes paring -ut1,- mounted in o td Fort P'ick-
from the (;ulf of Mexico, both cooling ei-, :rge modern nmotars one-half mile
and invigorating. At an early hour thie to tho t m a-tward, four I1-inch dlissp-
nights are rendered cool and pllea-an!t peali'n rifle- t (lu:rter of a mile to the
to the rapi;l radiation of heat down It westward atil :t modern ilutar batteryy
tie warmer water of i'ensacoia bay and ova:i old Flort Mcle'e.
the gulf, and thus we secure a ritfre.-h- Many tourist- who cone to Pensacola
ing land breeze, and the draught made on come not only for recreation but :tls,)
ourenergv through tae day is adj,. sed for t,':ilthl. l'entia-cla ha- not only the
Oy a comfortable niiht's rest. maiiita!in- beautiful :ki,' and tthe most 1 eaultifull
lug ever the freshneis of health and pro- -urro'ndings. )butt the hl'rjthf'ilness ,t
muting longevity. th lt- Io(. itiy i ul'sirpal -'-u while its~
The city is situated on the BHy of PIen- artesian irinkimn- water is tit, purest i]i
sacola, about eight miles from th (;itlf the' worl I.
of Mexico, protected from the nDorthern l'ci:-ar'ola is not a h liooIll toni. ',:it
winds by elevated l:hinds. A sandy olI she has a: ste:tIl%, l,':iltlhy natural
gently sloping to the bay witi: a Ptra&ui U r growth !, ha\ in'i Inwre thanlii ttoal(iltd her
of clay varying in depth from twep'y to p.1p),lat;iin In tl:e last decade an, I claim
forty feet, ren(lcrs an effectual surface in, a population at the prre--nt ttlim of
and deep drainage. Sbili physical con- 24,001' Tlie Prreatet-.l e. l.tince' of ner
editions constitute nature's own svytein growthh ati pl )>sperit\ ist her -hilppin-L
of sewerage. The general health of tiec record, her annual export litn, lieV Ui\
city is good. Eruptive dliseaSes are i n- iincreaM li 1:j thie laht iise ';arr- from
seldom seen, and then only sporadically $. 4i,',ii,o0, to oer .5).'..0.. atd i%
and often traced to i'.i:tatit origin. -rowinit- at a rapid ratio.
Typhoid and malarial fevers are so it:- Pl'nsacol:t's commerce will steadily in-
frequent that they scarcely deserve allu- trease for many years to '(ine. The
sion to in this brief reference to thie harbor of Pensacol:h is the safesi, dleep -
nealth of our city. Yellow fever halis hei- est. most approachable anil test land-
come di-tinctly an iukutwn entity. su.f- lochel harl)b.-r in the So,, th, t\ith tun-
flee it to -,ay that for the last ten ears, .imited, wharf fa'ilitiies fur loaling atdil
according to statistics froni the I:.4c:3tn iiuladiung vessels, a depth of channel
cla county and state boards of hea!'lit that perinits ships to enter and deplirt at
tat our mortality rate i. tweluty-.tw t ill tiles, the hartior is thirty miles long.,
per thousand per anauinn. ThIL: i' a;n fr ):n two to) five milet- wide, and varies
excellent record. andl sho lIli -:a'irfy the in depth fr nm llftteiei to thirty' feet in the
most morbid (on the builj,.''ct of htIeati. hannel :and ne:tr" tie wharf., sno that tthe
and we must take into co-,,dera'. it)t, ta hteitviest seat-going \e-.el can lie aloenm
this estimate is for th-ie tioIIty of l.4- i's water frolt for miles. The lum'.ier
cambia, a population oif a',it thirty- and timber interests (of 'ensacola rank
tive thousand't; narrowed eleown to t'le tlirs: in imp -:atnce. : iI the' almost inex-
populationot Pl'etn.a(ola, we < Ant c.t it it ha:I ; tihl" liort,-:s of lt Ils Se.tiobn has at-
lite s;xteeni per thousands. l'ti.iacuia is traced the attCli'ion of the v. %hole coitn-
thile delight eot the tourll ,1', i' u (ta!Ied u *n try.
one of the: inol.t out U.:I1 i! t ,oi o. 'l t,'re 1 p:'a,' i.":i \' an I.' i ini it'ei >::,|-
water known to 'nma. w\vhj.-e -'l. r linmp- Ip1 of longI leai pine. c'.,ress, j inipler,
ed waves ever ripple a- it w Ir MIO'W p pl.ir, \% n:ite oak. cedlar. U:Ini a:'il coot-
white a;nles of the -tire. eirroluli le l ton w ,oo, light at lih r til.d rs, atil the
by lovely v layo;i, granil g.ion1S. aul ni ahotg-tuies anil o'Ther I,.ie \it.,ils of
unilulatit. lili. of senmi-tr)p.t. al \er- J.]a aii:t. central l \'uericta and 'l '-xico
dure, gentilv planned by thle .',lt ialtiibl- are :al-i easii < cI, ew ihC v water. *-
onts breezes off the ki (ltSe by ten "!%.us anlt su -U l ni t ei. and iron elti,.d.-. tn:' a.,ric:l:', ral anio tim-
:1 >)ral Iegions eof .\nerica's ltie '. *kit'e ',. r sections (t \!:tlara: an:t Florida,
Pl'ensa.'la Is wiltioutai .isuptrio r Ill thle l'ensa'ola is tert:t!ily tie i leal pace for
wordl as a place where tourist' nivy ni- the m iniitfac'tuietr.
jLyV lhliem eives. to th' l fullest extent. 'i :;e p 'aralount consi i ratti ;o: fur the
If one be fu;il of r-hliun'. thier, :s no n.tniufacturer. se'* kini- I(otatt .11, are atc-
limi" to his ijIourtunities tere. II -' Il:t ce-. li'u to I w n:aiteri t, cihca;) fuel
go to the % wharves and liih at nt i pleae-- ;ant l l:it)I r aiil, :;itw ;le t rai p;tl)rtatlion fa-
ure, or seek a bet Ir lac'e in a s.kitf, ol :hit'ies. I'.ia.'ola ,' rtea- I of its situ-
ste:el awaty witi :a net a;nd hook and lite i a':on (ititcis attr.Mctive :alv;tlanti es of thii,-
to one of the tnii thou:itand etel'l,,ed character.
nooks on the t 'it.y uiis or ia t )o, I, or rit- .\, a place' ,f ltui',i;,. tl.is is one tof
ers, all of which are teem :t;n wit'i l!!i tI'* : l )'t i: i', 'i. n t !ls in the whole
There is aln abn1d'lance of )ile ,-ea S.atli., hcca".-ue it has- grand opportun-
crabs. irimp. delitii,'-i (s oy '.rst', %'al- i,-., t forc ; in ll dlevelopilig commercial
lop0 clamt l, ati to I'e 1ia-l for t:. t Ik1 ] re'ialatin \ t .' :i lmtit Am:ieriaa. It teel
If somethllng ;al X< itinl .-' dlesir one m ay tl-: for tarp.ii, redl :':- l,:,r,' .vtln k i. tanLII t .t' S, ip I iii lilii, i :trils.
mackerel or man-eat I; f itsTiK. i. no ii ;, f' a'ictorie.u s ainl kindritd enterprises
trouiitle to hook a ..ark andt ni n' i ir t \te r,- start i h!n- e. lthey hI l flinE l all
so dangerous a- ino'111) people illn LA4:i *. 'pi and active ni:irkkt tthrotuihout
hut to land (lie is mlllt't excitTn *; ..i Iiih .\ntrir-i,, a market :; 'rmanent
p'elsacola is onte of t!e l:tl'rge't I- :i 'I lrotl;a)te et ery% month in the year.
markets in the worli., aud is famno'i- lr I'entaetiola is \\e;l supplied \\ ith the
the' line red s*nlpper 1Th, whhi i .e i:tt"', atijljline's of civ ili/a'ion, such as
shipped fromni here to all pitrts of I ', el,. t+ ric lighits, electric strte-tt sars. ga,
country by the tiri of I.. 1.. 'm ilie-r''. \ ,rk-., ice factories, wni!eisale grl''c r-,
i 0 one (f tlie largest t lu dtea er- in t:c w i p chandlery hotuses,t iron founetries,
I niteld 'tales. atil machine shops. threee daily new-pa-
It one be fnt! of huntiiti- he il :i :l' l i ,rs. marine railwt- \ ,. t1o) banks \\ ithi
many sportlimen conmpanoioi iin l'tl'-i:- almp;e capital, a tin: ilstomi t.ou-e an I
cola wh.. eCin1 t:ike t.illi t goi hul in:ig ).i-t ollf 'e. ev\ele.it water wor!L. a well
groonti:4 iin a few hot)rs. 11 :til, dee-r, rani/eId fire' l ipIrtment. a t Hurthouiie,
andi turkey are sti 1 plentiful an lo(a- a1n1l opera house elected at a cost of
I1oI1l bear atlnd enli-oceaSi(al allig:iator -71, inni each. (, ood hotels, churches eof
mav be fouled acn in lid-wnllter plenty ail:uost every denoniination are represent-
of water f,,ul .i, and the public school st\.-teni is one:
lnose "% lio tielieit in li.e o caitI h!i of the oest in lthe South. As .\ a lave of
tort of n .\mi ira willi lbee i:,l to im, In- res-i.lence an.t business, P'.-nsaaoia pre-
irr that I'cn-a olt ii tl. oldest A:. n,- -4en'u attractions extie'led b\ no cit. in
can city. will be plei:si, to ,J I" :.t n l the I niti)tt States. anl equaled by no
building" that i:t\e c~t-'ntl unher '.r :,.. .;ty in the )iuti. P'roierty of all kinlad
government. w:ll have great nt, rest in iu omuparativel. cheap, our mIertaantits
vlt.iiti old Fohi r- tu ('arlots.. **int.ty :nI iT business men are energetic and
ol'ler than the ,ovetnlllent, %t. i !o( k .prosperoeli. thle irhabitan'ts arc cult:-
with intertrt ip.'n the w:ieri- w!'. "e the vt.at'd, courteous and hospitable, with a
fleet of the ntr' e unate l)eSot, rei.l /- cur lial welcome tot visitors and 1mmi-
\oscd three veai- durinir i' h: lat:i grants. 'I'hre can be no) mistake nitle
search lor .:,ll,. will t\ ;e'wv \\ 't ;in-di'a- in .nvestinig c'apiital or estai fishing fac-
ti'ln t 'c .t'.l ,-t ( 'iiiter:a,'i! r 1:ii- of tli .es in I'ensacola.


I)ry Goods.


W :. :. I I. F< 'l;it".S .
Lar tes-t I)'' triiTie't StI r. in I' ot ;C .
0);r t',, k ,, r' (,,)rdl C".ott l .
Boots ar.l S!hi'e-. C.'arpet F':rn;ti it e.
larl ware. Waigti. l .it., Hlartness
:till Saddl St,. c- :tiTl Tin warren .
I'alutit ,I. \'arristh at,,i -evri % ') r
,,.:n, i il af i -r -to-'t:e" I p rart, t
Store is 'comiplI''1 antd :tn not li,'
cel.ed au% wi.Lre'. Ou(r pie' ir nL i.'.
atlh< it w :iI p n\ tU C:-all : til '-> 'I i f. r't
IlnkniLu Ve :r p;.rt h.ts. -. to ''
South Pl'alafo\ Str.'t.

TillHE F.A10 S lillY (;.OIlS \\ I>
C(I.' TIIIN(; Hie L'S
". I rael. I',ir',pi ,t r.
l>esa;'r in D):1 (.. d'l (.'0 ; _;. ... ,
L 'i*-' ;tn ] Gent-' F irn } '
3;7 S. n P l':I!af,,\ ", '. .

WILLI \1 \ IMIHNSIIN '. ?SN.
Est-h: set I
Eit.,h;'.-hrl 1-'l
W wholesale anid ,' a.1 l I' ... :I- ; r\
(;olid-, (C ot;inl -,1 ,t. t- a::,l' e-.
Carpel. Malttint. a..t, 1.-*".
H Ai II'W ARE 1) I'AK .lME l- (' "
I[ r l ware. ( l i: sw .ar'., lain'-. '.
Varn c-. 1 :cu it-, Wa- i.-.
(art-. Br ,ihe S- '!Jit-'.

1 K : '-. ';, l' :if'x S. re -t acI .
Ea-I' I-nei' (- ste -:re '.


It c t& i' ,;wt'. %I,'\ inj imter ; en
I':2'. ttle ':I II,: Ci. 'l% itItg 'ic aute I



7 Soutth i f'. '*


IiNx~li Bloeis-


1 ; '- ,11 t' ;r. I' -.; .I : -. I.
To;I < : Articles.


1),:.' r r111),U''!Ai, %Ivdie'ut-4anil Chem-

We ( I:traitve ler',tnia A I't-utiviit,)
1'remcrrpti a 'it.
1r't. the I'uroi'st I)rua Ue'I
T.''tvest Priocsm. 4Eiaitt. I ln% Iti~rpd.

PIN SAC. )IA IDRUG (4'
]tr ~ -.11 De,, 5 t ~altrs a atn 'n:
%es ant! ji--f.. eonv.
I: -.r'' Fano-t-1 a"'l li t Artifl:,-.
Painte. 4 i!q. Bristnes. I*C.t

4 'npo,?OOtidet..
Colrne'r Greirori' andt nl~afoi\SIR,

D)en tilsts.


Cl.(. C. HERMAN.


Furniture.


SO)I. (%HN & CO.


Dealer- in Staple and Fancy Goe'eries.

Phone 174,

C'or. Palafox and Inteodencia Streets


T. W. HINT/.


IHENTZ & CO..
W. J. & 1B. FORBES, Dealers in Staple and Fancy Groceries.
Lar''est IDepartment Store in F',oridla. Feed stuffs.
eatr stock of )Dry Goods, Clothing, Western and Country Produce.
Boots and Shoes, (t'rpets, Furniture, Con-iguments Handled on Commission.
Hardware. Wagons and Buggies, lar- Prompt Returns Made.
ness and Saddles, Stoves and Tinware. 1I.1 and 12 East Government Street.
I'aiints, 4eis, Varnishes, and everything Phone 2t.:.
fount! in an "up-to-date" Department -.... .
Store, is complete and cannot be ex- IOBERTS & DAILY'S
celled anywhere. Our pricesare right UNION )DEPOT STORE.
and it will pay ta call and see us before Corner Wright and llayne Streets.
making, your purchases.
1"23 to 127 South I'alafox Street. Phone 15,e.


F.1I 1 osioN.


T. W. FINClH.


MARSTON FINCH,


Dealers in Staple andt Fancy Groceries.


Feed Stuffs and Co(' try Produce.


WVholesale and Retail Furniture and -.K Inis. ROASTID CO'IR .
Ilon-eFurnishing Goodsof all Kinds 1.E. IE'BISSON & BRO..
1tN and ll0 south 1'alafox Street. Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Choice
Telephone 141.. Family Groceries,
L.irgest Furniture House in West Crockery. Stationery, Glass, tno. Wo,,t
Florid--fermr C.ash and ('redi'. and Willow Ware,
Cigars, Tobacco. Snuff. Etc lay, Corn,
M. 1. PRYoR'S Oats and Bran.
BARGAIN RNITLI: HOIOUSE, Ga (:rden Seeds a specialty.
.. 205 Tarragona St. 143 lntendencia Bt


Dealer in a general l Line of furniture,
Wholesale and Retail.
4', 42 and 14 South Palafox Street.
l.argest. Finest and Best Assorted "'p-
to-liste" Furniture Stock in
the City.
'erns-Eithtier Cash orInstalinment Plan.

W. I;. IEIWETIIE,
-Dealer in--
Furniture, Stoves, Lamps, Toilet Sets,.
E:tc.. Etc.


CARLSON& LI.IX


Who:ecsale and Retail Grocers.


Hay. Grain. Feed, E'c;

.'re Delivert to all Parts of the City.
Cor. Alcani/ and Intendencia Sta.

II. MILLER,
SII. P'fclff-r & Co,.'s Old Stand.)


Soul on Weekly or Monthly I'ayments, Dealer in Groceries, Feed Stuff and Ship
1.- and 14 u E. Intendlencia Street. Stores.
Prompt Delivery.
TF. F--ABIA Fl RNITUIE C 4, ',uth Palafox Street and I to 7 ast
Furniture, Ml'Itting'. Hou-ehold 4.oods, Zarragossa Siteet.
Stoves, l:tt.. Etc.. Treepl.one 21;;.


l.ver thing it. our line is "up-to-
ldate" awl we guarantee to save you {
money. if you t.ill call on us before
mkli-, your purclhaes.
n,). 1-2 and' lot s. l'alafox St.

I\.M lKR FLIINIT I1i: Clo.
D)e:lers in ('heap, Melium and Fine
Furniture.
ST')V\ I S A SPE(I IX.TY.
<'ash eor Installmenlt l'in.
31 south h Palafox Street.

Foundries .nd. machinists .


C. wM. Sw:v.N : .


( ,S(Il;oV\ I FI' 1NIHY ,. MACHINE.
CO)M PANY* ,
IKitinelers. Machinists and Foundrymen.
Gen rtil Bla:cksmiths. Machine Forgers i
and -uieet Iron Workers, ('opoersmith
Work., Shil and Steamship Work a
"-pecialty.
Valves. Pipes, Pumpi, I connections and
Fittings for SLeam. Walt-r and Gas.
Palh:fox Street Wharf.
Phone 1' 7.


.JAM EIs IIll ;U11l.~, -


IP. I0. 'x, I I.


J. C. GREEN,


Dealer in IDry f;ood,% antd(;roverles.


11i; South 1'alafox Street.


MENKO ;R)('CERY
\NID COMMISSION COMPANY...
Johuis Mlenko, managerr. )
(;rtoc ries. Glassware. Poultry a Specialty.
('Cooignmients Solicited.
I cornerr Alean',. andl Intendencia Streets.
S. TABARRAS,

Dealer in Staple anti Fancy Groceries,
Ilay, (Grain. Feed, Etc.
Corner Blavlin andl Intendedtncia Streerf.


I.D. M. PO4OLE'm,


Iealer in S alple and F.ncy (Grocertes.

All kinds of Meats, Hay, *.raln andl
I eed stuff,. ilasstare, Notions, Etc.

corner r Jackson antid Hayne streets.


el'e pl'Ihoue. 12-';.


--Bu Il.l.i \\o. KN.--
A general line of Machine Work.

\il kinds of Steam Biter', Tank. aian
"ee't Iron Work Manufactiared
and Retpaired Promptly.
"te'aimboat Work a Sp,.cialty.
Pipe Fittingi,, l-tc., Et'.

JIoN.\ PUL'ltY.
I oundry andi Machine Shop-,
C('ntral WVharf, Coraer .Jeff:rson and
Pine Streets.
Telephone .'111.
Pattern, Castings, lumber Trucki.
SitlillI 'hilled Car Wheels. Wood and
lien Pulleys, Ilanger-., Boxes.
I:'c. Manufactured to order
inu irst-Class, Weork-
manlike Manner at
R-easonable it atea.
IDealer inu 1 chiuery, I .ttings and ti up-
plies for Stationary anti Marine
.\1ppli'alioun.

Fancy Goods.

WING. IIO1 & (' ,
Imp.rters and Dealers in
('hinese andl Japaniese F anc% (GOodIs.
('auton Cra(j'-, Ivory, ChiniL Ware. I .ne
"'' tis .
S6" I i ll f %'l -


lenlcrs in Familt Groceries ofall Kints,.
C('rcker. %Waie. liay, Grain, Feed, EItc

Cor. Baylen a:ni ln nmana Streets.

WAT'SON % REGISTEI1,

. Dealers in Staple ilandI nc. Grocerrie.
Feedl Stuff, Ila., ('Cor. Bran, IEti.

'"e; East Wright Street.


.IA MN-t Centrallv l.o' ted Hotel in the
( ity.

plates $2 and '$2.5, a Day and Ip.
Hleadl.laarters for Travelinlg Met.
Free Simple Rooms.

ESCAM BIA Ii )TEl.,
.1. B. IBrittalo, Prop l,
lMost Pleasantly Located lHotel in the
CIty.
Rates 'OI a Day and I p.
Special attention Elven Commercial.
Men and Visitors.
Electric Cars to a'll Parts of City.


., .-., N r atiao\ "sireet. { Lirge and Free Nample voms..

Gas Companies. I I.WIS i!I' i ,
Mrs. W. F. Lewis, Proprietress.
l'l.NSACL.4 LA AS; () located opposite the Union Depot, saoI
I.u't, F-lel :and Poer. within one hundred feet of the
C iea'est Light, Street Cars.
M ist ('o01eliient F-'el and l' r.wer. blood \-commodlat;ons for the Travet-
Iluses l'ipiel anll Firiulshed with I ix- ing Piublic, Special for Families.
tirecs at i u.t. I'ransii.,t I 'tees, *I to $ 1::.'. Per Day.
1.' LU Gi\, You a:iI EI Ga Stove at e. /lair' (ods and Millinery.
():h. e, No. S:. 'uth P':t'afox Street.

;.I1:-. SA.RAll I.. BEliNI-;,
Groceries---- Wholesale.
Man .f rt .rer of an'1 Dealer in Ilair
fI ll. .1 1('OH1 t;ilOCl.tY (.) ,, s an,! Millinery.
.AND) CO..M1MISIO(N C(O..
l!.a lIl, rs e f W ,e -'-rn and (i ,;tr\ .' ', W .'t Goterninent Street.
l'rodli, e of all Kinds.
i, e r -. arti -'.-I St .ff. Hardware.
('cff-. I: ,:ist- s an'i (iiY ti.er- an '1 Tea
l{ !.hers. W ..1. -. B. 1-'1;:B. S,
I;"frig, ;-a ,r .. r' Consignment*
", ra ., i Consi.n largest Dlepartment -tore in Florida.

P'honei .. 1. l_' 12 1 i ,..,r m( ,) t our .%to k of IDry Go ,Is, 'Clothing,
l'oots andl -noes, Earpes, Furonitre.
t.1ii'.hI- Ii.ti Mi\ I.. -B.Ail Hardware. Wagons an&d Bulgies, ltfr-
.1 I.W I' lI; I ( ie-s and Saddles, S;o es awsl tinwar-,
aitt, t Is:Ol.. Varnishes, and everything
S.,...>.. ,..ar nil <,rain D-aler. ,fund in an "up-to-date" lhpartmet
\V ,.i-.- .\_' -. S .Litzi l;rwg. C.". -'o re is complete and can not be ez-
4, .' 1i, Mlai, '-'Pet. 4I. ( *, elled anvw .tbre.
ant I i'i: if.\ s',treet. Our prices are right and *t wilt pay to
W : -*- H.'l:o i I S'rpe.- :all ana *-e us before making youo par-
chanee. ?:;' to 127 South Palsfox -trep-t.
S!!E NL '*>lI.l..\N GROCIl:1 <. -
inue- MllHugh, Prop I A. M. \v*MY.
Wi; i r:. r e- ,rc' :.aod, I ia'ers .n a: lImp)rter and Jobber of llaidwia an(
k I.. 1 of Fetd St. a. Mill supplies, Iron, Nails, ':tlery,
*y. / t -..ns.... 1 ... -. .


.I. I,. ?IS(I~TII.


W. J.C NRI


& MALONE,


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- rofAGE Co.,


Ceamer Wrfibt and Htvn. Street.
T. a. MOORs, W. A. MooKs,
Preshd9ML. Manager
THE BRIGHT ICE COMPANY,
(lIc orporated 1049; ;
MKa f. c emrs of and Wholeale and
Bsall dealers In Pure crystal l Ice, made
ti ditllled water.
Tdeplo.e 28.
K. 0.--rATT2O., W a. w aKK,
Plbdelpbia, Pa. Jacksooville. Fla.
THf. ST1ATTON ICE WORKS.
I m, Wholesale and Retail.
Jit. a. KRLLmt, Manager.
Telehooes 59 and 259.
P 10. lMet 136.

nAsurance.
t', -
to40. C. WATTe ,N & ('( .
Georal IeafoMce Agents, Fire, I.1fe
and Accider..
Fire IMitt.ee pli-ed in ,rst-(!ams
Copselte. pro* bave sixtven of the
bee. We rte'Aeents for 'he Sate of
FisImt for toe Home LIfe lsouran, e Co.
t WeYt1ik*! We are also A-eotp of
te btuibt A.ctidest Co. of Detroit,
Mick. Patrm4me olticited.
N '. 1 Suth I'lafox Mtreet.

HUi'G I. if ITTOaN,

Fires ad L'fe I aisurnce and I: .n Is of


Share '.


ON-*-2o' Eqt ,; ,vernment Street.
KNOWLE>I B'IS.
Wm. U. 5. o 3As. aK owL.Ks i ER.
Ieaursace and 1 *bal E .tate Agents.
(rGeme1l Agemts of the Equitatle Life
Assrmace SocIety of the LUiuted s'ates-
Htrmagest I,. the World. Write for
lslutraUtonus.
'3W66Mb Pa'afox Street.

*Jewelers.

J. 1. STEPHENS,
Dea);r'1t IDMasonds, Watches and
Jewelry.
Watehes and Jewelry neatly repaired
Optical wort 4one. Eyea examined and
glasses fltte4.
IiI onuthb Palafix S'reet.
,fob Printers.


HENR Y S. WHITE,


Commerce' Printer. I .ler and Binder.

No. ds4j South Valafox Street.

Good.:Work at Fair Prlt-cs.

Laundries.

STAR LAI NDNY CO.

Every Clas" of Laundry Work Ione
with aiSese and I s!patch.
WatLtR INGRAitMaM. Proprietor.
37 ast (Garden Street.
Phone 114.

Lumber Dealers.
W. B. WRIGII rCO.
(I corporated)
Manefactuarrs and Exporters of Yel-
low P.re *a4 Cypress Lumber. Cypress
hlglee sad Lattha.
Cable Adtress: Wriehta.

W. a JJPRAN. U. A. tIIO.NAiHAM.
JOiRDA4N & BROSNAHAM,

Maautact rets of Pitch Pine Tmber and
Lum 'er.
OQc sad Plaet, Barcelona Street


IMiSdeat. Ma. )Director and Sec.
WK. IL KNOWLYK.
3*-. Ulrector and Treas.
PINGACOLA JCM BE R COM PA N Y.
ExprteMes of irT er and I.umber.
Caob ddream: "Lumber."
Figetiga A uest Price & Pierce, I n-
dea.

SLivery Stables.
v--- *
PSBACOOLA EED. LIVI:HK AND
NALEW7FABLE.
1. 0. WoitW, Minager.
Orde6 eaettd by Telepkone No. .3.

earan( horses a Specialty.
ISt i it W t lateondeocia Street.
All orS Btgaese, Carriagesaantid earses
ouf Rtbbet Tlred.
'POLU & HOBINSON.


W. K. Ro mIoN, Manager.

Feed, Livery sad Atle StaLIes.


No. 15 West Ileedecla Street.

Loan Afents.


Merchant Tailers.
ID. A I M \YEI:,


Har'dware.

WILLIS HARDWARE C( IMrANY,
Deainshm IsBuilders' Ilardwaze, lsoves
OW BHoma"Furninhing '~odt-, Paints,
Oil* sal Glasis.
32 ?Soctb Palsatux St:reet.


Loowand Cold Storage.
THE 090. W. AllRs!' WE AND COLD)


CHARLES (' I"REI.L,
The Leadiun Artistic Photographer.
All work Finished in the Highest
Branches kuown to Art.
-o-
All wanting Fitie Photoh are iivit(d
to call.
Room 3. 2-41., S. l'tilafox Mt.

Planing Mills.

THE It. it i rrr I MILL (Io.,
SEstablished 1-7' .
Successor to IB 1 'Vitt & a,)..
(Oldest 1.4tabllshed Firm i 'PeDnacola.
Manufacturers of S isli. )ors and
It'inds, and all kinds of Buildirs'
Material.
Phone 11.
Corner M tin and Barracks Streets.

l'. 1t;AD SASII FACrTO)IRY < .,
M N-''VAIU t'U.E O (OF
Sash. )Donr, BIinds. ll1use Furnishing
Materials. Mantel*. Cisterus
and Fencint.
Dressed I.imber of all Kindls.
Ship Tanks awi Ship Wedges.
Baylen Street Wharf.

THE HENRY KING( PIANINI, MILL
AND MF'G. COMI'ANY,
Dealers in Siob. D1 1ora. iiuds and
Moulding.
iontract!ng Ktltimates on .Johtn.
Mill corner C!ub and Zarratossa Streets.
Job shop in Counection.
Telephone No i

Restaurants.


-NICK'S HRIKSTAIIAN 1,


J. A. WILSON. ,Nick Apostle Prop,
MEALS AT ALL IH'ItRS.
MoWy to LoaB on all kinds of Per- Fish and Oysters a Specialty.
esml property. Money fartished on lnest osters n the City.
at -- J .e 4" ..-.-.-.. The Beet .of Exerything the Market
&) -- an, ttft-Lr


WbIe pme med moey,call and see us.
os, South Pa'afox Street.

Mvera t Tailoring.

N. WEILAND,

Fashionable Tail r.
ramdsom~e, barable and Fashionable
smm tM IA oiw. I the mont %Stvlisi


Aff)rds.
Open Day and Night.
211 South 'Palafox Stree'.


.JOIN NICHOLAS' RESTAURANT,
:w.-, North T-irrag-na sStree., Opposite
L niou Depiot.
Meals -t All Hours. Open Day aunl
Night.
A (Comptute Stock of Fruits. Candies,


Real Estate.

THOSE. C. WATSON & CO.,
Rkal Estate and Rental Agents.
N3. 1 South Palatex S'eet.
1'. 0. Box 1.
City Prorertv bought and sold. Rents
collected, Taxes, Amse-sments. &:., at-
tended to. Loans made upon 1 ,al Es-
tate Security. Abstracts of Titles For-
nished to any property In Escainbla
County.

CIIflEI: 1:EAL EsrATE AGENCY.

I Hilale Wilson, Manager.

Real Estate, Hldnts and L aus.

Off!ce-Fisher Baildinog.


Dealers in I,.-ts' yurnisairg <>ooJs and
S oes.
Suite. Pants and Overcoats to Order a
Specalaly.
P. O. Iit s5.
:V3:: South l'lifox Street. ntxt to First
National Bank.

NEW YVkK STEAM DYE I' USE,
1J. Weilind, Pr(pr.)
Clreaion. Dyeing and R-p:tring.
Suits made to order.
We <,uaraotee a FIt and Sat:sfaction.
All our Work is done t llome. ('loth-
Ing Pressed for $1 per Month.
i34 Intendencia Street.

fMulic Houses.

J. M. Clutter's

Music House,
The Leading Music House in I'.orida
and Alabama.
"Ti:,h pioneer mus'c house has estab-
lished a reputatloe for fair dealing and
low prices. Manufactur -rs aseant for
the Celerated Kranichl & Barti piino.
also Chick-ming, VWeher, Krel', Lenter,
Smrithi Bsrnt?<. Wiiardl and Royal
Piacos. Tots- pianos are direct from
the factory, and art, cot whipped over
the country from one
BRANL'i Hol'SE TO AN ITHIIER.
You can alwave tp Slure that ttie piano
you get from ( LL.UT FEl i ni-w. We
keep all pianosq sild by us in tune for
two %ears free of charge. Term ouu new
pianos from .i5- per r'utih up.
l l?and 114 South Palsfox Street.

Marble and Granite W^orks.

B. \. l). Vl ,
C ontractr and Dealer in all Kinds of
M 1rbi; antui ooe Work.
Manufacturer of the I.itest Dl'signs in
liraiite and .Marole. Monuments
an.L Timbitonea.
Detigus anJ Eltimate," FarnisedJ on
Applica;t' ion.
Agent for Iron Fe es s.nd other ''rna-
mental Iron W\ork.
No. *: )u'h Palaf,,x Sreet.

PI N.SA('O.4 M11NI' MENTAL. WORK's,
VWILI.S BRnl i.l11T N. Proops.
-st& ar> Monu;mrnent. 1Vsilts', Head-
tones. \ N':>c. M :tal Wreath,. Trel-
Wu ,rk. Settees, chairss, lBjiu'yiet
Ii dtiers, (eiiiztery Copiutn s.
Ir",n F1:tnes anti all kinds of (Cenitery
I 'xtures.
lDI-igns and Etiima:es IF'rltsbed on
AE)plication.
oVuriidouc on Snort Notice, S.i'lifac-
ti'on (uarouteed.
No. 2 North Pilatf ,i and-' to 1". Evst
S.irden Street.

Plumbers.

11. II. W ICKE.,
The Leading I'lumber and (ias Fi'ter,
"ith e i ate t ldesianq and modern
Improved Bath l'uts, Water 'losets.
I.avatorie,. Kitchen Sio1kr aLd Hot
Water It silerv.
All our F:xtures are "ap-to-date"'
and can not !*. excelled anywhere.
No. South I'.ulafox Street.
S. HI. TI liUNl.l

Plumber. .s'eam and *.as Fitter and
lj.altr in Plumbing Supplies of
ev. ry I)crriptiou.
I.srgeet -tock of iu'umbing Goods li
Florida.
We a-e tqi'ippi.d to do the most Mod-
ern and Artistic Grade of Plumbing.
Phone 34.5 19 S. 1alafox St.

Photographers.


I. M. DAVIS,


IR&al l:state, 1: nts and Cjliectiona, Etc
and Contractor and BulbIer.

(Ofi-e-3, South Palasfx Strtet.


.1. N. .ANDREWS,


II :al Estate and Collecting Agen(..
City and Country Property It ught and
Sold.
Hleadq'uarters for Sewins Maclines and
Supplies.
13 South Patlfoz Street.

Shingle Manufactory.

111E P'ERDIDio CYPH9,.', SHINGLE
MILL.S.

W. J. Berry, Proprietor.

Manufacturers of and Dealers iu Shin-
gles, Brick, Tile, Lime, I.tc.
Office and Yard-Bi ylen Street Wharf.
(Ste card under Brick Manufacturers.

Ship Chandlery.


Nli KKN/.IE OE~RINGi & C('.


Ship Chandlery and General Hirdware.

Appointed .1 znts for New York lielt-
lug & racking Co.
It -ting all Widths and Talcknesses
I jrnisbed.
4:,13 and :;o5 South Palafox Street.

Undertakers.

\\. I. NOI C'rne JNO. 4.. WOol,.
N(ORTHUP & WOOD,
Professional Embalners and F urnishers
of Fine Faunral fl'rnlture.
Nos. l, and 14 West lutendencia Street.
Orders attended to Day or Night.
4 'fflce Phone N ,. ?<*.
I; :Iden'e No. 55.


Iii)!' & ROIIINS('N.


'Successors to 8. B. Ifutchinsou & Co."

Funeral Directors and 'Embalmers.


No 17 West Intendencia Street.


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lWagjons and Butffies.

W. .1. & B FORBES,
Largest Depirtment Store in Florida.
our Stock of Dry Goods, nothingg ,
Boots and Shoes, Carpets, Furniture,
Hardware. Wagons and Bgiee,, liar-
ness and Saddles. Stoves and Tinware,
'aints, Oils and Varnishes, and ever)-
thing found In an --up-to-date" Depart-
ment Store is complete and can not be
excelled anywhere.
I tar prices are right, and it will pay to
call and see as before making your pur-
chaser. I~;: to 127 South Palafox Stree'.

Tal U Paper,

J. E. ROSS & CO..
contractorss for all Iiterior and Exterior
Decorating.
Dealers ;n Wal; Papir,Paints. fils, Var-
nisbes, Brusnes, Etc.. Etc.
1'p-to-Date Sign and Ornamental P.ilut-
Ing.
I1'!one -42.
11 North Palafox Street.

W lines and Liquors.

s. A. F1Il-)DM AN,
Tae originsl Kentucky Barrel IHoase.
1331 South Palafox Street.
P. I. litx 418.
Wholesale andi l:tall Dealer in Fine
Kentucky Whiskies. .lug Trade a
Specialty.
'ole Agent for PIsbst Brewing- Co., of
Milwaukee, \Via.
I fn!l line of Inported an ) Domestic
Wine!, LIquors, Cigars and Tobacco.

FI!HST AND I.ASrT CHANCE SALOON,
N. (Gldring, Proprietor.
Dealer in Imported and Domestic Wines.
Liquors and Cigars.
Exclualve Agent for Old Pete C(oper
Rye, Goldrlna's Private Stock, and the
Famous Lewis n6; Va'nlsky.
s:hlitz Beer on Draught.
7'. South lalafox Street.
Ihnone 27.6.
W.C NORMAN,

Dealer in Fine fild Whaites, Imported
and Domestic Wines and rans.les,
C.gsrs, Tobac:o, &c.
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VLNQUISHED A SPOOK

B.LL SCROGGNS DID IT AND T,-EN
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Main Offi~c.--1'I, )uth F

PERSONALITY

In the v.ar 1",% .!:id
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given $15.-ijmtItoward !t
new school of seleie-e n
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Bo~tl the daughter-s
so~n 4,f Illinois. hI~s
M1issaIRuth. aged 211. aic
WHAhingtun law *w~hool.
Gt-neral .1. C. BItaes. onl
major pi.-ierals. Is oLe Of
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J. E SrILLMAN & Co ,

R-al Estate Brokers.

Office-East side of 1'lasa.

WM. HI. KNOWLKS. KNOWLNS IlYEI:.
KNOWLES BUO i.,
Iuqurance and It:al I tate Agents.
3,9 South Palatox Street.
General Agents of the Equitable Life
%ssorance tuocletv of the UniLted S.ttes.
strongest in the World. Write fox I 'lus-
tra'ions.


ML~iilmr The Singular History of a Pecculiar
(ha racter Who Located Wells For
ialtv. Missouri Farmers and Juggled
-SA.i:_sf.c:..r..% With Tralard Suakes.

I'lfI Rv. BiMlScrog-in~s v. a,. :1 te
In xaLworder county of I-o..u1i.
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TRUSTS. tv t,.'" r :l :' t":! *I!-. S', ry. It was re-
('v. 0I .t ", i,]- :l.t. b t as years
Si ..-- lp'" ,y inl rib'.,!y wns chased
'. .:.. _,;,'le hI, -an to t.,.l ** ,Bill. all' apol-
4.." ',-I' oa m s enra;. 1'n rat,,Y r late. But Itll was
2 ,.. Iu' viniil."atel. T .r, he mysteriously dis-
aprearIl.
S" '" S yvars later a ,itn of nriaks was
di,'oet.re,] In what Is ii.w I' rates counn-
S .' ,'i tv. Mo.. the ad.toinin; coun'rty on the
south to CT.. annl in t?'s .en was dis- 1
S-\ili cvrfd tlh y sk!Le .-ton of a mran. In the
opinion of many the skel(-tri iwavns none
:. I ... other than that of t*,.v. Hill Scro bins.
'. -' So well was his memory reverel that
'i: I':1 ', -- the loi;'a were co'lv,'ted frrm the
S "ake Ion. nrol whln the first court-
hlou'j.: was built in Cass county. It is
;. sai. tlhey were placed In a box nnder
:. the cornerstone and were found there
\,. years after when the old courthouse
was demollshed.-Brooklyn Eagle.
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tribut'-d $2 T.j to the fund and thaitI
~1'i'I11LE (;I~ t~I- adjalre~dv talkoel tiiQm ney iO'b$ WS NO E
.11 ITT LEIworth and wanted to .1. 'ur frosm soin
QDI~IT~ Tlio witty and rc-ady-t'i'gue I chaiir-
ina u pro-7d.-dl with *chit and af t(r Lor"al fcrerast for Pen..ncc14a nd rinc-rtt
B11B LI lt rinlz remn. rk- cadl-jA f I'HIo n.' G, t Hre

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F:-. Ecune tte1w-d- in tura frwn 1?'* :,- if Ja-.*
C'. _:nt'. C cTrpagn. j1I..Lanidrumi. Ed b~..- J'e'irPiil:i!'(x wharl! j. rc-ciivin.- &.fe
11r 'iwt. A*. \*.I'. P-,i I -! a-,(!,,(1f repairs to)-day.
.4 Ia.Yr. A. S. 1, .cv 4,f Kiontucky A:- r"-z
I Rae P ( .1ilA ~~.i *Ii ia''- a~st ~ Al,' r tth .. ~.'.Ii'.'' sr 'I l'..ti II ; #' I. r ~-.re d -e a i I. a1(jii ~t F..~ Raicor. Jr.. of Selinla. j-.
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TO THE PUBLIC.
Mrtt-. J. EK. Wtek-. Wife ()f(Calpt. .1.
I:.\\. e-.heg-;t-- t' ;afarm lthe public
a1t lar:n. that Me Koh411 l -em'tII!n-
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i!I a tgue-t at uie Merchantit.
.1r. (eo. S. Silith of Providelnc-.
R. I., is regi-tered at the E-cairbia.
Se-ve1 c-.a,. anid $30 ill fines wa-
the ipolie, courL record thiii iimoriling.
0. Hi. H. Floyd of Chipley is among
the gue-ts at tLhe .Merchants to-day.
Mr. Robert Mce. Friend of Atlanta
arrived at tht E-.eauibia thi- mnoru-
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a n1ew.'spur at Paulaf, x w 1.:rI ttaI-
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-,NEW SILKS.'


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~~'Y4~CDN & BAT11EL1ERS'~ .,: a al.1I.!;. 4*' G~c(lr, ridizic-. Tafi.-Ya-. etc.. tn ill .11t !,-Ne'ret~i
Ake LAONCON & ATOILEVSNaitre-Cid 'a-for inspect ill U.


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Skin-Totured: Babies OR MOIRD '"Sell Cheap, and thereby increase
Skin-Tortured Babies JU MOIIO. the business!"-- @
CRY FOR CUTICURA.
InTtant relief and sleep, in a hot bath with < -- .. .. . -
CLIRICt' A S9-AP and asingle anointing with
CI ICU'RA 4Ointment. A blestin:g toekin tor-
tured intants and worn-out, worried parents.
PPrice and Quality.
Soid. erywhTer Boar.s cA.;O'.TfoIT.MI P. ,rl t y
D.AWDC. (oar..Propl.,Bo;t, Send irt4p. book. tr. .


The fire was extinguished with ia
bucket of water.


German Lutheran church Sunday
sciuool at 9 a. in. No preaching oin
Sunday, as both the pastor and
teacher are out of the city attending
the sessions of the Lutheran Synod.


A jolly Party left Pal;tfox wharf
t 11is iluiirnitilg about S::41 oil tthe
launch Pauline for a shLell gather
zing excul sion Up the s''urld. Tie
imrt.' beilig too ) argiito i'i oilllt,-
boat, quite a number wert- Ileft.
s e:'vic.'.. at the Iuniverr;:hi-t
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t:hlivaah .\-jiet-." ItCV. IK. I'. And)h-

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U. S. D). puny M:ir-ha.l It. 1). WXr-
t;Il khvit I'lie-(1a3' mnad" the :arra'-t *f
J. j if.iSulliv'anjand .\l'irit' esiliiVi ii,
of Saill~i Ro~sa coU lit v l ( I i. by
Spe -iul A~gont Chias. 'T. Virbes within
cii ling iiiiljer upon igovernilnlflt
la I I(1.. Thley waere* hriiiigit Ihefirea U.
S. ('olnimi--iotier TI'i1i-.iH and botund
over in tt lii "1111ni t i'~-' acli tit 4 p
Pear a~t I 1,. tlixt t iin if tho(*. r4
circuit C1d1lit ill May next.

of kht-,'lii rIapid IV (it altii.

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'y~lf1itl tt ;,ro4t.ct~aioit if) -.dliippin~g 'At
tna~t luiirt givI ( c1- t alhL !bIg 1ad-

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libr:.r%7, wai-;a lu,,-t o'ioj'ahl'lt' event.
Tho st(-a ii r Fl. i ida tojok- tho party
o it. and 1, Ld *d tljelin fir,.t at Fort
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You must consider them both. The mere clieapness of
things does not make them desirable. 'Unless
the quality is right, cheap !oods mmy prove
most expensive in the end. )'et the fact that
quality is right does not justify excessive prices.


Our Bargain Sales
fHrirg d'pend!ible iin r .! ;;nli- within your reach at pr: ;! ;.t oth,,r
tuneI e ;arid place' vw,:;. i pIirc'!;-eI non built intferiior ;-r.id, '.t': t'- tlit.
stri:g point ofthI t e \V -.k: I;i t iin Evinit--the, fo.rc, t .4- !4r,'u. ht
-ut;ic i reintow':I ai l III lui. :- :tion#.id pro*:;inlutC t inl i, .,* i '. a :! :.

')=I. This Week's Offerings (::
W ill b,. l,; t!tic'lir ly v.i;!iait- ,ll rit!L- viinbr:icinri w ia. v .- \ f li,.
f' t i ; I .i)- y u a'.'d .it piR i- 1'1. ;iaiil iri t'P- r':, .' il'i' .1 .'. r v 1 t L.In
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S^Y 'Dress Goods Bargains !
SCI ( O!'-' WII.. ('IIPi AND) CLII FlOM MO(!:N I'll I I NI(iIT
iIi t I D)rc- ( ,,,i..A t,-f tO-Illorrow rIro tliil littI ;.,, i,,: '. Ii lne t t to
'I'Tll EKK >' E(IA. IAi'lS will be the cau ,- of I'. P1 .. t: .* are-
Lot No 1: -,xi ,,e. ,,,N ..' 19c
wt w rt' 12-ainl d :;>e yard. yourit- for to-i y... ..

fLolt N o.:2 "'i ni-'Hmirio 01E-;M P n, I 'IN" i : wI ,i
*o t; .rnt ly -hrunk a;id -iong' I. l i y-notti-
inL'- like it ,ver ofr-re ,i f,'r tihal a va.l. to-d.ay a :.. -
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Lot No. 3: '1 wooi. il".; I 'ir-ii
otherr leading c lor(' .. 'a i .! ,-- wi
Winter Underwear for Men, Women and Children.
The 4,ato i- draiwil.., to ,I clo-p. Spring t'.v d-; will r, lI1::oring for
-pace -ioni) ; s-o we'll l#-t (. aill th ilIal:tnce of our I.l'avy iundi rwear ;at pri(,.
cut to half and 1-l \lVt '. :t -li.l. i S l cli.lanc! to -ti 'k T u; :ti,- .l -ave hi;
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Bargainsz~r


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iln 4)ur -store.~ ~. W l-it it r ii itriilien n tii Viiu -rt '.pi
is. Low Plrice-. and Quick 6alve".


Roses--Carnations.


analwu ri' t %~: I l mti ;. !c iec na yi c: w:-
Carnalions 73c por dozen. U r I.
Am~erican Be;uhti. 13.539 to S4.00 per dozcn.
Aill Cter Roses $1.50 to 1.73 per doz'ni. ~~~

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A Complete Plumbing Department under the
Management of E. B. Morey.
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"n 1 a. o. i .'""1 ,.-a t -i r e .. r F:i t P r ca
all pric-. i,::.tli ,d VC ,;'dd.r -":,t* Furniture at all Prices.
Rockk--. boiv and little. ,i,.'a,,p and ,. ;r, -allit;d diluinlg ro,rni :able%
high!.. I ..'!k at tht-m. a it 1 irr till pric-: alskoo to')v -. bed-
S). M P'r Y().O S -p.' :.-. iu;:ttirin'. kitchen -;if--. and
,.- i .tnii ril .iii- H ..u-e. i kit.,.', ,. ; >it -, t- t w it ) br,.,,! o ,:l r z,.
Ciai -'-. f. ,r t!tur. ,ri l i'; w.-:- f'or
Elegant berd room sets. or0 kit' : nin-i'-, 1 .i!-r.'.
cheap ones, whicherer ayou a ,.l '... ',-i .: ..
want, at. arston F inch's.
MCH COW FOR BEAUTIFUL RUGS
MILCH COWS.
Lot nice milch cow ,. to arrive .aunil Drap-rie-s of all k:.,r!-.
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For the


Baby
The fifty-cent size is just
right for the baby. A little
of it in the bottle three or
four times a day will supply
precisely the fat all thin ba-
bies need. If your baby does
not gain in weight as fast as
you wou!d like, try


Scott's Emulsion
The result will please you. If
the baby nurses, the mother
should take the emulsion.
It makes the baby's food
richer and more abundant;
only buy the dollar size it's
more economical.
Both mother and child will fI.! at
omce ib strengtheninmg, upbuiln
and fat-produang properties
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Coutivmewd StA9-ig(c- ir,.ko-n Only by
L.ac'nc iU-1) 't-k -a* (.1 c a-, .iitiiv..
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to n.7.
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.S'.: v:.:. Ala, Feb. "g3 -There
is on-iderab- a',tiv.ty in tLe sale of
Aiabatuaa ,ni and other securities in
this state. Tne best clisi of Alabamas
Shas been seling as nigh ai a 1 12. Ala-
S ba.ma bank stocks are also bringing ood
prices. aq are the stocks ot tue manu-
Sfactunng concerns in the Birmingham
district.


MO0ZLEY',, 1.V'1)%\ i-:miilL
A Pleasant I enimo 'I'aoui.
pri-paro.d froml thoe fro-!-h jiiiot' fr,f
L.-unonn=. combined with ..th-r i-g r'-
tathle- liver tonica. catlia:rtic-Q, or''-
m'atic f'tinmulaaatQ. 8'a1 liv drug:-
For bik ou-n.--s and cm!I-tip'stitm.
Fo-4r jndi&a'.-tion and foul ..t.1mach.
For '-ack at~d nf-rvou.'I~L; 1 ddchi.'-..
For laal;pi-atioit andsiurl h-art failur-
tak-0 e letia.i lixir.
pr-Ii-t ration.
Fo.r lI..- '-f appa' had (I' ility.
For f-.~.In~a :ria aud chi:ll-
take T.'inwi FolJiixi r.
[.'i4-111-1i Eixir will1 Oit f ijI onin
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tioan wa's La' i: i '' n '.'rri Ii al 'ji*
in whi!'hi L.i:,ulad I 1-.11 ai a l]i
the v..ry room iiw7. nli14:.1i--U~:i. I
flirqst t.)rv. -~R~ i' 7. '' I.1!*li -hea
in P,41fain The Natlirni aIEraIs sal-I to
La.a- 1.4t,'.-ii t ht frsit h' "io l joiuldi he.]
serially' 10 I!Jsc,)unT ry. In p190.lc Ii-
bciarit'-. I.'r t.. 's ir'.*rv!,ioun.I uitner

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I ''i!! rertir you~ar watc!;#'-; ar'd
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Mfdia-al l'swa'vv. Atten~tion.
TLI-.-r- will be a reizu1:irmrf-inrf
the Pi~t.. cc tModi'al hocit-t v at
tho Bwi':rd oif H- "*it office at
o c',ick r.. iiTuogdIay, F. b. '27,.
Vikitillg p yirCiLInV are cordiall.-
invitod t') attend.
D. WV. MCMILLA'J. M. D.,
President


E. F. Il'.Rui-, Nt. D..
rtecretar-'.


2Smt,


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i''z-r.Inlve-. Fork,; cuu I S


ITHE


FAVORITE


Place For Pensacola
Buyers to Buy


Choice Family


CONTRAST IS HUMILIATING.
War Ifsas Ni.i~e-ti Puliticai IBitterraae-s

L,- N-,2,. Ft'b. TeGo a-
"ILt P*ar:' 7n2 ii.m a 1 .1rve. ostr .nl
nar~ou nsn..K I iaet tma' is admiraL.'.-

C~>.T:.t w* L- ,2"I:.7':
IVng e&e, Las :.i t.u :a,1 :er~-;,s~
au~i _,~e raj.urT --r.'- i71 a t i; c
an-i IV4tfL..ser i9 T..fl:2.. aol LA

fo-. r-7,rt~.

Wuu: 1--_-_wo f-rers and .4 rnen.


Causes of I


. Loss of Hair i
Dr. Sa'.cuaud. the e-inent French 4p
)r- :, 'st, says that: 9 per cent 40
S:ar l--es are t:e ris-lts of 4
4. ..S... -s and the neg:ec- of dan- -
'.,:a The .ant:sep'ic act.on uf
JSE S VEN"
SUTHEFLAND SISTERS' 5
S :.'-parations ki:! microbes and
4- r-".--es dandruff. T e:r c~-tan: an
* ;*- ..r a pe:id w.;:. by acting
S ,-.re-::v on the ha:r bulhs. fBrn:ih
r.':r:n-.ment vi:a!!:v and gr w:r.
S we t') the ;:spov,-r:shed r' ,s
an ha-r shafts, re 4: Lg ia LO=-
; ;:-:e restoration.
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Ss O:-D KY I.RT'-,I" T?. <

eW SLUMER. Pe',acola. Fl-':a.

Art -lni.>-r, I; n s. sol,,on.
r:: :.. ;i.1-') .: -An "eastern
re (" f an;..: aur.a ists be,'an
r:( .a- ; ll4 WI. .; '11 m B -ion
tvo davi. Tua.- i ,n:-'-nce is .ai.i by
its pr,.moters tio anitoer step in thf
;:iove:oen: t brLig the war .n tae Pull.
1;, ines to an end. Ilte I-a .:.--.av tha:
a show of ,na.us iin P.la e .rvi. a few
aLnu:is !au a,.van'e of ":,e .n
nat;,,,:iii c.,nvetr -a r ii L-.vB >i
we:^^: in induc.nu, tL*, (i ei;a.ttjs tc
rer i::..* the:r clai:ns. T:.v i:av* con-
tcnaei lEat h t t:,, c.n. r. ::2j in CL. L',';q
ia-.t (.j:t r reau:te.i ;n a a eAi; En t
tnle:r i:oven;tut in rue WeS;. I' rrn
Senator (i)r%:e r F !mInn 1 : n. .U,-
ary preoiaent of the l'ai.ate.; a aKue.
< 'nnsllint s i,-grrt Lo..
Nrw Y, K, F-L. .:2 -The news of
the heavy losses of tne Canadian bat-
tailon cr-ated a .trofouud sensation
throughout the dorn nion. No deta'lo
of the action have cmiwe to hand. except
that it was fought by tue Canadians on
Sunday. whiie pursuing Conje's army
at a drift on the Modder, to tue east of
jacob*dal. Seven of the iight compa-
nies were engaged and the Canadian@
lost in killed, wounded and missing 89
men. being about 10 p-r cent of the
force engaged. The newspapers in
their comments agree in saying that
the blood thus shed will cement the
union of Canada with the empire.
Fatal MIne Kxplosilo.
MONONGAHELA, Pa., Feb. 22 -Two
miners were killed by an explosion of
giant powder tsday at their camp near
here. Robert Pezzoni and Joseph Dor-
say. Peter Lorti was fatally injured.
Mrs. Pezzoni was also seriously burned
while tearing the burning clothing from
her husband. The building was com-
pletely demolished and the three vac-
tiuim wera burned almcat beyond recog.
nitCin.
(G.ivernors It'll Att,-nd.
CHATTANS'OA. Feb. 22.-Governors
Candier of Georgia. Johnson of Ala-
bama. and McMilhn of Tennessee will
attend the annual banquet of the Bryan
birthday club of this city. to be given
Marca 1; Covers for 4)O will be Aaid.
N. w <-or;.ta Appotiat igrnte.
WA` masters appointed today: J. L Gra.
tumn, at Nch'jiaTviiie. Mlier county.
aund J. 1i Grant, at Pinma, Dco.y county.


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DR. WM. C. DEWBERRY.
OrF!OE-Hsr.2&E Erog.' Drag Stare.
&ESIDENOE-400 r. Jackson Stree





Lat- of Ocala, FlIa..
i- h;% p r,'f. onal' rv Iii-s to tib c it i-
b~ -p.),- P, al ,'?:naOV-n n(.Iii r.o li
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Dr. Wi/mer' S. Hall,

-DENTAL SURGEON,
Misvilc Temple. Phom. 364.


mYwImS IROL.,


GROCERIES GENERAL INSURANCE
-I- A -AND-
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The Well-Known,


Up-to-Date


Store


HIEITZ & CO.,

...% ,lof 100 /...


Real Esta'tULe Agents,


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Wi.ASS AND) T '' )' I2' N-

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W. C. NORMAN, Proprietor.


A N :,' F--,h. '_- :'7 P. rn- .4

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*'II#- ( vidently thznki !uo Ik. or he
woun 'nt ni ~si rat tier so s~auiefully."
-chicago Record.
Their Fiarat Steps.
"A m-an g-oei wron-." said the social
sage. "from pure cussedness. a woman
out of mere curiosity."-P!iladelphfa
North American.


Nasal ~ Y

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Its &Ul Is euazes t. i
be cdbcananegs. 'NAY-t E~
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WIIIK!3, iZqW IUDEUi, DUUAU1LZI


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Ill W00 AND GLASS, LARGE OR SMALL UANTIT:ES.


SOLE AENITS FOR


I1;NNLAN[ fRYV ;WIIT-I.. u
IIAI1. MHIL WHI '.MAS

CEL-*].'IF A'1'EA'I) fBFIAi- I-E


S METHING tw:L EW


:EVERY DAY:
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HALL & KLEIN'S


Mammoth Retail Grocery,

502-594 SOUTH PALAFOX ST-,
T l--loi o .cO~x 3O.


Telephone INo. 147.


McMillan Bros. Con.


Coppersmiths,

General Metal Workers.

.% Macfu?:tauers cf adj Headgarters for the


Celebrated McMillan Seamless Turpentine Still,
Coapiete Odtfits always oa band, and repairleg done io te cowtrl.

MOBILE, ALA.



':"JOHN PLURDY,.--

Foundry zd machine Shops,
(' ; ::. ,'. F. ( F. J .- i- ;k:;-,,N .\',1, "I'l 4-. 1 ,. .: -.


T..elephono :CI:.


Telephone No. 46.
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Coming. .
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DIOMPSor.Ol,0ser) Li o.


Coal and Wood,


Pensacola, Fia.


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MARITIME.. POLITICAL AIIOUICEIENTS.
For Sheriff.
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ClEARING fiND S T K TI8NG 8 All[!


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MEANS BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S C'LO'HIN(: ALSO MEN',
SHIRTS AND WINTER UNDERWEAR.


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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 23, 1900
Frequency: daily (except monday)
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PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY AFTERNOON, FEBRUARY 23, 1900.


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taill1s Cmgl,:11 Rtnemedy.
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SOCIETY


DEC E- 7WBER 31, 1899.


INCOME.


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: : and i tr4 .i
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I nc ;n:'. ......................... 53.^7 ,2:0.86


#lc, In 'amire(hoorch Ivam oviiih.

of tilckt. uizhen ab ,tut i3
Wlc, 0 It.. a Il thf tfl scutntra
praa~a;A..w hwu' iuss its hoad quarters
P 1"1. i bet' tw4 1 i iaIt ( hiuI L and'
Si 42.A" -undav X'"id.at

'Le u~ga .i~t~i 1 oi:pl U7'.oEIw i'a
jc.:s*.:m.:v,,r by tule utLr rt!.'..Lu.4


r, i .' F e b. -C .l ,)e.
FL,:1I Lcuur. known tnr.ruga: Iii
tne e..ni~*rv as th c;ader o: ruel P1.u.isits
of Arzansms. as dead.


PHI'I ii~ Pi~I!.Ar. rLr -:11. b"', Skin Erupti-in- r,,'
Mr 41 A .hr.& tSni. : r 1',--.)r lift-fe Joy~ '. f~~ a sA ntici ia e
-f V'OC 8hi1('ante w'IIIer 4 o,, crre- thiwniat~-)Old. ltunuitizatid
~iv t ~- 4- .. yd .re-a f. w Fcv--r .r. U1r B Ioa k I'l
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OF=


ChONJE WILL


D!E FIGHTING


Though it is Reported That He
Has Surrendered.


I)etailJ ( it ith.ix I)ays of Hatt;: -I4 w
ThaII tll" Iirav, *-m'rr ..re- Fi; thing
l).'8pera'< ly .;,;ainr t a F', r.e l Tree litim' s The ir Numbill'r.
L.. N. ,N. I,.,b. .'. -T!:e D)aily News
in it-; stCei lAd ditioiIn Iays (t;nv
Cr.ij hais surrf-udI-,red.
Thle war tflice -says it has r-ceived
no coni'iniLation of ;hi report.
Military mana t here -ay ti,'y do not
believe tlat Cr in je will :-irrer.dIer.
but that :-e will fight till dcath.


'THIE I'ENSACOL


AND NORITHWESTEN


MEDIATION FROM

UNITED STATES ONLY


-- Germany Says but One Nation
Work of Grading Begun on the! Can Intervene.


Road To-Day.
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DISBURSEMENTS. Detail- of the six days of battle at Ma.jor inn ai-Oja: (;ve ,I. Toiwn a
Paardu'.e g drift show that Clonlje'.s Graiul it, Suirprise by 1 g.inniva
,a h 1d' tim .................... ........ 1: t 71.4 2. forces are surrounded aidtl that his W ,, i.:.,.ut Trumpt 11h1i .
11tttiiured :t ad l)c ',ciuited l. aiWno lie t 1.4tiG.192 91 men are fi.rhting desperate-ly against
M.attur-d i l)..frred dividend Polici ... .; 31M.0T1 a force of hriti-h three times their anti HI. Waith iiii Own ltandtl
Antnuiti -....... ............ .... .... .... ,35;- 58 number. It is estimated that the T'rcw the FI-it i.h.vel.tai of
iurr-ier \ lu- ........................... 2. .32 42 killed and wounded reaches thous.-
Itvidend- laid to P'oli'ylholderr-........ 3 i4.40SJ 6& and-. Ii r.
S, Gen. Kitchenor received what pur- A small party of citizens, includ-
1 aid PolicyholderS..........$ 24,107,541 44 ported to be a message from Gen.ntativ of TE NEW
dommi-ion. advertising .ostae and Cronje saying that he saw no other ng *l rereentative of TIE NEWS,
nanins, avertiin. postage and 4.S course open to him but to surrender at the invitation of Major S. N. Van
All ottr pavm'nt,;" Taxes, salaries, 'On receipt of this message Gen. Praag, president of the Pensacola &
All ditl xamination Taxes. seneralr ex- Kitchenor proceeded to the Boer Northwestern Railroad Company,
medical examninations, general ex-
penate-. &e............................ 5,r.50 69 lager to arrange the capitulation.
sinkig iFund. Reducotionof Bookval- but met a inessenger who announced went out to ti north end of Oliva,
lus of 1d purc e a a premium 342.00 00 that Gen. Cronje said the whole or A street, this morning to witness
thing was a mistake and that he pro- the interesting though simple cere-
Disbursements..............posed tonight until hedied. ed a money of breaking ground, for the
Disbursements .............. $ 34,882.925.99 Gen. Kitchener then ordered a
bombarduienttof the Boer position. first time in this county, on the
ASSURANCE. The fire of all the powerful lritisa grading line of the new road.
guns was concentrated on a spot The point chosen for the com-
Instalin ;i: I'. *l:>ie stat.-d at the.r (cominut.t Valute-. about it lmile square and the explod- maencetient of the work of gradin i
Outstanding assurance $,4.4h rt6.422-r in-d et cloindre of was at the summit of the hill on
Outstanding assurance 1,o544146,422,_00 smoke. fil:in- the bed of the river Oliva street directly we-t of the
uranc anrd scorching ever,, ba-h in the Clapp tract and north of a large
ASSuranceApplied for ravines. square owned by Hon. W. A. Blount,.
in .................... S 27,356,6IO.CO 'TF.e roar was deafening and the about: on the corner of 12thand (liva
3 3 1Ire very ell'ctive, vet wit i spiritt stre-ts. Exactly as thile court house
Examined a n d I) e of mnade"-s, the Boers aitten pt-d to lock was striking twelve, Major
cIinc ... ...... ... 34,054. 77S00 "sipe" the naval gunners who wvrp Van Priag threw the first shovel-
_triitg at a rangti, of oinlv a t!,,u-and ful of dirt from the top of tlhe deep
STyacrd ut tlhat will be cut through theli
New Assurance Issue] S 203 301. 2 T 'le inevitabhl.outem, ,of th, bat- hill, with tii veyor Lee and hi-i as-
tie s.-in. to be that ;ton. C'roi.je anid aistants. the invited guests and the
\\. l. ; !n-rion.. ,onIt- !hvt B.)arI of lri etor, nrt lls brave menl are dool d. fore> of atilnd-i standing in a group
t h-- li..i t ll. l,.t Iia .,ccrdlice wit u is i .-laws. r-v'- bout himll.
rr'**-yl v nill i;<. it;:Ta r for thie .%!ar o.oe. lih r y rtifv that w- -; ,n .,|
h,r .:i v p il tso .cr rtT n vr- ,ie th ,iir Inth. i n,-' iti., cenrt lf. thut ,,-T r n.je Mill Fl hting.. T iT e initial force, which thus in a
m.d ..mit-'l I 1.-1iti, ii. -, i.. 1-or. t the i ll'cty.:alInd :c1 t TIhe report that Get. 'r !nj- ;A inodest way began this great woik
tltv t t t "t tru... a aitaI m t thert.or i,: :rue atud c',rn ct I rretiderted is 41tTicially denied ''!.Le within tlie borders of E-scainbia.
i: n,,'a!l,! t I .O't. .I. 1 nhimt.. "1'iini ('tC u,nmit.'. lite-t repoirt-; from Pauard lo.berg drift to 1inty, will be iiiareased as r:pitdly
T s . I.. ..t. hin : thi." !. o -f ow that hie is still (fizlttiIng w1.h 1 t1 p -, ,. l andl thie work i-s ext)et-ct
,. ,\\ .t*cari n. .. \uldlr. ) i:m c:..r-. sta1ll dog t-;lacit"v aln ainlst -41.- : i" P'ro, eetd without int.rruiption
three to one f Inis la r r ia- i,ow n ti i the grading of this llrti oflf
tt. ijt1 ni 4 ... ..... .. ..*...... t ;sv o r ti. r..- wholly irdled by IBriti- artilla y. Itit i. coaiipieted.


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DI R ECTORS.


W. Alu'xaid'r.

A. Wh'welfict.


rY 0. Mitr'1uaiiJ.
H-. Squtirt.
1) Jo~rdant.


Jollhn A. Stewart.
Iobt. T. Lincoln,.
I>. 0). Mill,.
!i. 4'. Haarstick.
John Mh'ara.
WiVn. Al.'x:and-"'.
MNIrvin Il';i.tiitt,
H. .1. Fairchild.
M I:. In : :ill-.
Davia 1II. .Ml,,Tat.
rayton Iv,....
C. Ldvyird Bliair,
A. Van Bergen,.


LePvi 1. Mortlln.
A rigu-.t I1-1mnonut
Ttiaonitts '1. LEckert,
Jamies IH. Iintnhamu,
t-;itdie3' 1). "itlley,
John FE. erl-
$4 illucI NM. In ania ii

90o4eph '1'. Low,
.\latison Traiak.
J. F. DeNavarro.


OFFICERS.
W1ne~N. Alexa nder,.Pr, o'14. 4
.I~m'-I. I~d'.1' -'. li. '. age E. ITarhc.ll.*S v1 Ve-I'.s/c..
T r~1. WtI Pri. -4' IV .- -P, 1 W, .Il 1nis ). Jormdan r. 'i,,1rc1..
wiV al Av~ian A ex dr. .--. '-'z;-, '.Sidneoy 1). Ripleyv 1,'Trrkiir ,'
II N int yr#-. %- ". -4, ~Jaine" It. Lorin- R. liti-ier~,.
Edwaird W. Lanatltert. M. ID., Edward Curti-, M.l1) ,4-if, V ,'


%"' AOW%"LE 1 B1IS6, GE.NEIALAGENTS


' South Palafox St.,


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G"-Civ axs il. b


Pensacola, Florida.


ahd tl,;o ,.
I'h1i- l.a e at :t w :hici ('ro.j.. :i-
t;I;ide ii -ta;ind i ab-; ioilt forty aii l '-.
1ia-t oIf J.itobsd) al on lin o:111 11ii it
arti it is alleged that thl BI, r- ;11
withluit w.ter and Ciannit ipo.aIt.lv
hold ,it uintich longer. The-y nn i-
>eri about t.oi. Casualti'-s .on botl l
-ade.s have been very t),.ivy.
Th'. w:ar offlep has givi-n out ti.e
i: "ines of 117 killed ill the" linlht at
l'aatdeburg, Sundaiy.
Itomilardment ofr I.ady.hniih.
A di.pateh from Il-r sources
,dated ;at Pretoria yesterday says
Ile tvy lighting has been resuin"d at
'l'ugela. river and that Gen. Huller
has again been repulsed.
A Britislh di-patcn from ('hievily
camiip, dated Wednesday, saysn five
hinaidred Ie,+r, recrossed the "Tuiela
tid D made a .tand on the south bank.
Later they retired. The Boers are
,helliii.g the northern slopes of
Hlanatwana hill. It is unknown
whether they intend to seriously re-
si-t the ]Iritish march or not.
A hel ouraph nmessa.tre from Lady-
-mith W'dnesday says the hot-
hardlent of the town by the Boers
t at day wa. more active than in
m:iny weeks and that there were no
-;giis of t-" BHoers withdrawing.
A Lorenzo Marques dispatch a ys
ti>INI Hopers have been sent from L:t-
dysinith to Bioemnfontein.
A $0O BOY.
(Capltain I aw Works Ip an InImport-
ant CaMe.
S.nie time a.;o the school b" ard of
thi- county otTered a reward of $.,At
for the capture. with evidence to,
convict, of anyone guilty of maal -
ciously damniazin g school ,propert. .
IRecently onie ole, tore, down at d
carried away the cloie-t at tie,- col-
ored school ;I \W,.st : re a:.'ry stree.t.
Captain l) D.w ol tL- p,'!icie force at
oi.1'e went to work .n the c;a-e and
thi- mnrniti] arr--;"d Jati-,s Ly-
ns.t:;, ;I *,>' ; +: y ,iti !;t w ho +,c .r -"-'+(i
ta* t !:. wa i- Il;ty of t ae Ic't alnd
that !:.* w.- *id.d by .Mathe.w W\.'-
-'';. ('*pt. !)aw -o,:i haId Wa.t-n'
u: !"r !arr!t- ati'l dbo:wi boys ar." n iw
ii L1 t,,r tri il.


To bl (.ra'-t-d to ti) '- Chiltmr-n i (f the

T i., toachi-r-s a; .t ; ;,i f : ;'- city
ptlt)'!i c (<'i)'l- arct to b,' ri'.t'. ;I
holiday y Tue'd, so :tvt; ti,'' nay
wi':,--.- thle M ardi (ir.a- f, -'iv;it..-..
The fl,'ifAal notice fii ,.- :
P i:.VS t. 1- I'. ;>. l:
To Oti:'b!i the c ,iidr-n to 1;;.'.'.
tLe f-"tiav:i"s of Mardi (;ra- tinE
Board of Public Instructio, i, s d--I
cided to urant a holiday t tfie ei'v


iDUFFY 1-" i I1F:It;.
I ( al.' adl fihe i'amily Arrivld
"lo-day.
A -,,liil e:rrl;:,d of D)ufTy's M1alt
Wt i:-kvy ari ived nero to-day for Eu-
z'one Arbona at then Gulf Saloon .
His aidvertisin.: ill THIE .NE.ws cre-
a:ted sii'h a deiirind for it tlat he
-out every bottle o)f the 1'n-t consilgn-
nient. Thi.s lot will be ,Iold at $1 a.
bottle- while it lasts.

The letter (arsriers.
On December 1 19O, the pl)tnias-
ter-generial issued the following
order.
-Frtim ani after tth dat of b th u' ar(' r
it' n ttli w1 c*''vice a, I tter cnrrir,'. lhtll h . be. ind i,'atild icn th "' emrri r, Uitillt am i U)
Itrpps but hy rnr u, us fnlliws:
h'-v .sr'i '.srvic ., onrl llan k "ilk -0 tar.
1' v:1 yeVaIr % 'ervice.r'.. two.) l k 'ilk stnr".
'Ift*t*-n vyet rs ervie-. O1- r*'rl '-llk star.
Tl i iIty y-Yitr4 -* rv ''v two r ilk i s %tutr%.
'l 'itv-tl v+. y.-arqr service, tne. silv-r tar.
Th:rty vyv s .ll -,arvl.'e. two -ilvo-r -tars.
"1 t;rty-tn\ % .,"ir,. on, gold -tul .
l-'.rtvy %..'r. s 'rrvice. two gold f taris.
VWhIen new uniforms are ordered,
stars will be. used instead Eof servie.-
strtipes. By order of Perry M. Heath.
Fir-t As.istant Postm tsterr-General.
There are four car'rier- in tlI.e lo-
eml '111ice who have the right t.) wear
star- oil their uniform for long ser-
vice-C. G. Van Matre., year;
Fred ttearns, S years; A. B Petti-
way, ,vearA: R. 8. Smith, 10 vears..
C.G. VAN MATURE.


DEVELOP GEORGIA MINES.
Northern C'apitailsts rganiza Stroag
C(omipanpy at Di>.hloneax.
ATLANTA, Feb. 2-2 -The Dablonega
rold Miniug and Mil'ing company, cap-
italized at $;.,00.uO. has been organ-
ized under tue iaws of at once begin the active work of operat-
:n; what is said to be one of the richest
p.acer mines in toe m:ate.
The .tlicers and direcrorm of the new
companv are prominent cp.;ra.ist a ,f
Cuicago and 6t. Louis aud tuily $150,-
JQ. i ex*.)-cted to 6-e a3iet in a iLort
time in the operation of tie m:niag
property. Tne cr.mpany now owns
minies ir-ated in LIm;,kin. Wniue and
Daw-ca counties aud wi.i commence
Immeat'ao.y to open up the "Briar
Patch" pacer on the Cnestatee river,
abaut 4 rni:.e from iDanionega.
The **Briar Patch" adjoins the cele-
brated Bir.ow m ne, from whica gr,ld
to tMe amount of $1,JO,W000 has been
taken. and tests already male on the
proI;>):rty have developed unusually high
va.iiis. ar tae pas: six months mem-
b-r-t f ith company have been pros-
:,-e:ing mt the property and it is eaid
tme tests shaw tina the wealth of the
ni.ue is m the neighhoorhood of 46,00'J,-
LtU'j.


HAS PRESIDENT COURAGE?

Sensational Article In the Kremaz Z -I.
tung Calls For Arbitratlom of Bril-
flb-Boer War by the United States.


Questionsl McrKln.ly's Wlllltgnee.
NEW YORK. Feb. 3I-A special to
The World from Berlin says:
An article. palpably Uaspired in The
Kreas Zeitung, which represents the
opinion of military and governmetS cir-
cles, says:
"Mediation in the South African war
is only possible from one side-namely
the United btatea.
*"From any other nation or group of
nations mediation would be constred
by England as an impertinence.
"President McKinley's intervention
would certainly receive attention.
"The ques.ttin s, has Presideat Mo.
Kioley tue wish and the courage to in-
tervene?
"IHis re.-eection is certain; why
shoulJ he trouble himself?
"Basides, England is displaying at
preseut the greatest complaitance to lhe
United States."


JOHNSTON


IS VICTORIOUS.


Alabanmlan lPrefer County Nom-
matioxg Conventlon to Primary.
BIRMINonAM. Ala.., Feb. 22.-Gov-
ernor Johnston scored an important
strategic victory over Senator Morgan
yesterday when the county Democratic
executive committee of this (Jefferson)
county refused to order a direct pri-
mary tor the bsnatorsbhip aud reaffirmed
its previous decision an favor of the
nomination of memnlers of the legis-
lature by county convention withoautn-
structions from the people.
'its was in hoe with the expressed
wishes of the goveru,,r and was done
after a resolution had passed orilering a
popular vote on the governorhbp, the
candidate receiving the highest vote to"
get the county's entire delegation to the
state convention.
This latter action was taken in com-
phance with the petition of the friends

of John W. Tohlinson. one of Jeffer-
scn county's candidates for governor.
The vote on the senatorship question
was .2 to lb against a direct primary.
On the governorship race it was 25 to
22 for a direct primary.
The action of the committee on the
senatorship is important because Jeffer-
Pou elects seven members of the leg.
islature more than any other county
an the s'ate.
SAVANNAH IS CELEBRATING.
Military Demnoustratlon l I lower ef
VWasth Iatoie's N atl Day.
SAVANNAH. Feb. 22.-Guards passed
through Savannash this morning from
Darien, McIntosh county, having to
charge 22 negroes convicted last sunm-
mer of rioting. They will go to work
for one year each in Adrian. Ga., where
the James Lumber company nas a large
plant. These are tne negroes woo ea4
the military called out last summer.
Washington's birthday is being gam-
-rally observed in Savannah today.
There will be a parade of the military
Shis afternoon and the Georgia Hassan
widl go on a trip tbrongn tae country.
The banks and most of the stores a e


Closed.
IGNORED THE GOVERNOR.
superlutend-.st of K-.nlucky Asyluma
I IfI--nl an iceo-u-,fi- ltm.
LF::M'.oT'N. K.v.. Feb. 22.-An inter-
esting case invu.vintg the recognition of
the governor of Kentuvaty has occurred
herm
I'raink.in m(nnty jury ordered G. 0.
lleiith, a ne.r,, ccnuned in the state
prison. e,.nt to the s:ate asylumt here.
The n ..ro was a, ronipanied by an or-
der fr;oma (overn,'r BEckihani to return
hiai to tioe e :iate.int;ry woen cured.
STn'e oit!ciaia r. t:.e asyvnm, acting in
. aperrntendent Wi.y '.-.abence. received
. the patent but: Bnore'1 Beckham's rr-
ders. The Rsy.ucn i i under a operin-
tendenr appo:nited by Governor Bradley
ai.nr u1 t"1r:.
llrtn,'l lim*n N, )Opposition.
MoI:oE, Ga, Feb. 22.-Walton *I-
pen-rir court is In -ession this week
Judge Richard B. Rosseli residbg.
An exceptionally large number of cael
have Leen eett ed and much busiutse
disposed of, though few cases of gsa-
eral interest have as yet been tried.
Hon. Charles II Brand, the able -.
)itoti w.n.'ral wr an a Walt-mn nomaIV


The Equitable
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NO. 18.


Makes the food more delicious and wholesome
iO LO t SAKnu pOWoe CO., *erw O lt.


.J.avr.- 11. i~vihe.
'I.J,* tT.~r-Ebta 7-mulidge.
Wint. A. To4wer.f
Jof:n a 1:ciAstoir.
F: rI' Tarbell,
4 eo~-J O(uoth.


a-ir W. C. V~an Hornie.
If. NI. AllxandvEr.
T'. 1tWt Cuvle-.r.


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2 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1900.
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KMPLOYMeXNT OF I, lC.
]nlg up 382 or call at the office.
11 North Palafox street. when itn
need of a carpenter. I. D. Hofflmin.
Buaieeos Agent of the ('Cirpontrr'-
audJoitpers' Union. will furni-' yvu
with the desired help on i)hort n i-
tice. f.'.'.tf


NEAR NINE HUNDRED

BOERS ARE KILLED 0B Careul


In the Battle at Paccrdeberg
Drift Sunday.


BRITISH


LOSE HEAVILY


Oteo of the Costlliest Actlans of the
1Wa'r-l'rrilcl Shelllnsg by the Brit.-
ish hutr Netr Two Days-Attack lBe-
gins at D)ayllght.
PAATE'r.ERG DRIFTr,Orange Free State
Feb. 20, v.ia MODDER RIVER, Feb. 21.-
One of the costliest actions of the war
occurred at Paardobeig Dr.ft Sunday,
Feb. 18.
General Kelly-Kenny. in his pursuit
of General Cronje, caught his rear,


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Jamnis Iglioes


Boiler Uforks


Steamboat and Sawmiii

Work a Specialty.

iteaIn B2 oil'r-. T:"ink- -itd S hi t Iron
Work Maniifavzu';;ri d andl R-
pairt ed. I';; F;tin:; ,.f
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FI1'4)1".I PA


(;-TvNEIAL KEI.I.Y-KENNY.
guard at Kiip Drift and followed
the burghers to the Beias laager at
Koodos rand. The drift action b3gai at
daybreak, the mounted infantry driv.
Ing the Boer rcarguar. up the river to-
warus the main Lo_.y. while another
body of mounted infantry nmanenverpd
rn, the rigrit front and flank of the
Eoers.
-.,. BEritish in a bdy advanced to
cutfiank ihe E her'ss 'a :ar on the north
anik o: tiue river. General K',ilr-
Kenny having &seze., two urnfts found
the Uoers strongly enclosed and ordered
an attack v ith tue iiihiani brigade on
the left and General Knox's brigade on
the center and risht. whi. General
Smith-Dorrien's brigade c:rosed the
river ani advanced .ov ti,3 north
bank. On theo north an i scuth banks
the ground ii vol and the advance
acro-e this waA dcally and the Britisa
losses were heavy-.
The battle was an exact repetition of
the Modder river battle, with the sol-
diers under tire all day long. and the
fighting Lad no definite rebulta. as the
Poers' iaag r was well barricaded and
they remained therein.
Thne British guns shelled the larger
vigorously and the B ewrs confessed to a
loss of over SOO men. The terrific shell.
ing was resumed Monday when General
Cronje a-ked for an armistice.
The sheliing was countnued Tuesday.
over 50 guns pouring lead into tnhe Boer
camp.


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tironarh her *tto-ney, Roland Aiston.
has t..d.i su:t ag:unst the Western and
A;lak:i i' Railroad c>mpn.any f.r $S,004
,i.Li.-ag?- f. i ) ife o: hitr husband.
John \1i..ia:n-. t~a a I-ges tat her
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p'tiy 01on thil0 L10 '. i on ;1'.'Ic:UeU cri.sing
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tutianl dvvelilm- owned byv Mr. W. P.
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Luaic-d from a s-,Lrk, settlnig fire to the
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But lie H.d Hi i. Own Wll t ua t l.'
of |, ,arire 1)-r-.
NEW Yorn, Feb. "2.-A f--:al t.,
The World from London says:
The stru'g.e v:it.: Cro:j-3 fc: .L t.
have begun earlyon cSn L-"y an.i L
held his own with an ini'er-ior ti: e a-
Koioodos raud, s u:h of Uo;j20., cu i.
yesterday.
e is confident;y .:at-d that hc :: '
not yvet trougiht T:mori t' .;i a n :-n
from Magerso.uu-'!, ?u; ::e :: i .'.'
been re:nCoxced froi ;:".c ;;a and
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tinrg hniiu it:) a tra:), for Gener.-is Mac-
Douald an1 K:, x ;arc wocudeid, ni.u
otfiiars k:Aed and 4U wounded.
* Taere ta be no dubt abut the re-
sult. tor wo are ti;hreu to ouae; our com-
niuuica'-ins are iu:aer. whie Cr .nj
can get no supplies and further rein-
forcements for him will be headed (TC.
General Luller is gaining ground, bu:
the actual relief of Ladysmith is not
yet accomplished despite ail rumors.


flullet's Advance Visible.
LosNoo, Feb. 22. The Morning
Post's second edition publishes a dis.
patch from Ladysmith dated Feb. 19.
which says that the bombardment con-
tinues with unusual persistency and ac.
tivity from Bulwana and Blsaawbank,
* but is doing small damage. The gar.
rison is in good sp.rits over General
Roberts' success atid the advance ol
General Luller. vwh'ia is now viEL.e.

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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1900. 3


KANSAS CITY IN THE LEAD.
v~oec. Wy!-4 liIa to Ise The Vuvor-
uci tiee r Veastium.
7. I .I The Demo-
~t t: :~i' i-C et in tile
-- .iVt'gh at noon
. A ~awe fcr huo4.
tI- i~m ... I r ', t. 4 uuven-
*2i t.-wica'& 1fI tir-
:I- .: r :e--,tslUran cEvery
K'-:. _y V'Aa6 rcriredeuted


.Tlee 1rioTthat Kala&ia '.City
*-.ctaa- (:Is ( atv in whica
i: cver: aWor ldbe bed.e
.wai~e ( ~niur.r~twere makincr
riru gt and c Anti ijizvictor'..

r'was a va-an *v fr 'u trio e Nj.
2'ur''a aos,-'i 1 ,rta ie death
vt L ra-(iir. J A i, 1 k d Norrix

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wa repre ented by a
f < worty" i~gentiemen, but
.. that a c iouitiriron of her
with tno-o <,f KaFne City
S: -.ow the immeasurable superi-
-* i inu latter.
.. :ia C:ty has :9 lines of railroad
.. .-r teiegrapie facilities are excel-
Her hotiss are more than ample.
Scouimmite should have the first
c,:** of rooms at thee hotels. which
we- equal to the beet, the delegates
;*., '-oud choice.
.:- mention of Bryaa's name won
i-. trt applause of toe meeting.
Te delegation did not come begging
* *** convention in the hope of carry-
S uttfnl tat. Whether the con.
e--" w.nt to Kansas City or not,
M.# ,-. wouid be true to Democracy.
Mrrr: ,-i ie ot Milwaukee presented
%:L .: f the Cream City. He re-
mr:. ~ .. aantiy that, as the mayor
r' .- be would intruct the police
Sr ; -vent any of the delegates to
S-:: ,n from breaking into the
S urged the election of Mil-
Sr the great good it wou.d do
7a v. lie had lived for year.
:. were it cost something
: ; ,,. ,rat. Where ;s the bat-
.. irampalgn to te fought?
* : : in: tie east hope wag vain.
.: \ r ', we-t there was great
; "'. ,--,'e' (;f expans:on. The
-. -" .-.' i.l" D democratic pre-ident
th mii ddle west Eight
.- waukeie had asked for the
a aIn tia i said "we couid
i! LerV wers auaned
S- :i-.i uis C:arrie'i.
Mchiuley carred Wi'"-
tui majority, Mlr. R. )e
-. ,, ', wouli this year
ra v,.t, t) Bryan. This
-it w.i' greeted with great
*. -aanie lermentt wnaich
n in i1s,12 was in syra-
bemiocratB n'r, lhe rs&ad.
: r,''mf- for the Demnio-
a:-r in tne lex man Atuer. i
V'-, -* i'.lia woo.d go )lez,-
Apnilanue j BalU tni '
S. .., tlie lDuiocratm of W\s-
:. ': te t t) le fact that one
S .-: trm-rni n newspapers
.:. wt- now horti.e towards
'r.'r,.on. With its uppors 0
' rt'- ,-riuld and woiud carry
S: ">-now to the tiermans.'.
at t::e Democrats are op-
:I~I iam and expansion and
w. h us." Applaue. j


'. :'trik, Coneprosmlied.
Fe b. 22.-An agreement
-n -. ne, between the miners
S-.'v r' f the Cockrell coal
s n ty the Eryson Coal and
S The men have returned
a comipromied seale. The
": ... were shu; down Feb. 10
a re:used demand of the
:;abher wages. About 400
-" -' "'e-.0 lry the settlement.
'er For Big Estatte.
-eIh, 22 -IL S Uright of
: was named receiver for
rt les of James Stinson,
-. ward. ty Judge Kohl-
S* : : tie L'nited Sitates cir-
" t inon' ouso met are not
:I. -ities are put at I$SJO.-

1', 1,1 Syrif.
-a. Feb '-?.-A mob of
:.as wounded tne son o'
v-e consul. Abela, at
surrunnded the c-in
1 ave been d(ir.atche-i
..A.- g' e tO) the 0-une o:


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sy8'ern re ~uI~o

PRICKLY ASH

BITTER59

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A5 cTHESS.


gVThay vv 1 11Tell-you ITI's


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HANNAH BROS.. Special Ace :.-.

Soldi.'r-atot Fortune.
''It i-.e .I~a' ,) I nject fearrne'r

wait'r-;.-' s; a'! I a :I1 :-t q.4an la IIY 134)W
'.' .tiig N 1-:v -: It 11.s lov-e'nt iit'
Uf i'to'Ia ur a'z' r;Iitil!te't t!.Xti Urihaje-

-'I xx cut t 1a .1f'a-lr 'nit Ic Iice(l(in nmy
a rrl '.a 1. %N* irig I : -ilit t(Ili very '%% !ill
il !-ram 'j~i gr:wi- a' :iIe laid teorne hIis
ettj '-r's t~farax I iast esaw iirrn
and 41:111-4,41 %% .!1 .:1;1 it a stale 1: lc l

Ku-.'n. Iti.II- a 7t rd lit eth e v's aslire

at ; .nr'.::itt 11'ni '. ,ga. iie(-.r din 1.

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'1 t .- s .'!Il.-r Ii -, st i lrtig tiP Of tle
ori~ -]r' (?(;~l!rrt I e: l ridmlr is-
'tt:"r :mtilstluawitei-rea! itt Iy every

t''.. I.it lIneat lnothisfrailties lice ra-
tt1ii1e 'W!'"]e':xtiv "s a very greatmnin.-
: ani la:nk's ''I.fe of (eana'.


lunltel w-huter's. Paper Cutt.er.
.1.'..;!cTi M. "e't'r'y orf 'c toliC. N. Y.
thas pr-esnted'l a n .ilnatile relic of Dan-
h\'l Wel.ster to the Suffolk County ilis
ti- < -,l s n',tyv It is an Ivory p:iap['
cttte'r wtifIhi Mr. We'bster used for n
nuim!'r of years In his library at
Marslineld. Muss. Webster gave it to
Charles Taylor. then a boy. whose .a-
ther was at the tinne manane'r of Mr
Webst.-r's farm. Young Taylor pre-
&vrve(d fitr' relic n nd several years agoc
while residing nonr Mr. Terry's hous-
gave It to h1i:.-New York Sun.

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BIG COMBINATION F.iGHPT.'
IFeIctr~cai Supply ( e.rublnoe tol (r,-an.
7. To 9, ight Ataeosh' r.
P:'rT'. 1;'}t-ei3. ) ;e-.oae gigantic
c~i :.,is to fo;.--b: a'o~tr ~ in tre eleo-

.ite l.it't lt2' t rhtr~t themsnelves
a.. rr.-: t~ C':t.~t~~r Uof hupp;Y
Ln-!!qw i in -New York. if
!:Acz'_.ia mrezr,.pur;is And
n~r'': ~ t L.y W11 have to
t ho ba' trungoit organza.
t ::- ',2 atargin .t~j labor tkial
I.....'!de-~inz 'i:1e9of the coun-
tr,- .,*'- !.oar- k). i ..e cotntractornonave
r..at I ::z-'i1 ljs~e a-SUlistioflI
ij,, ( tatrac-s with tni-s kriied
31.1 1 a C 'Uijat has Lwou made

--~ :a'.ri oJ Pc'tr~cxl Con-
.r. iv tj or-aiizu and a meeting
*.a1 i iL.S City V.rtarn 1t11e nexc
I..........n r~iunai or22i~zatiofl 14
r"a.r-.r a t iVis r'acy to be
t, tol.' ('oitr~icturS A trMe
sr i '[.y 1,.."u are abimnt readlyto
101:- i', o" aa ()Inliuatior1I ta~is.
Tw- ;':Imng c.'c.Ua is on anid a big ad-
'.ki'- ia jr~et".in 1r''c-zeJ. TLO cunfl
i' ave naateu tL',r ceintr-a:-t'a with
tL.e Ia..rtand wi a ii tir'ir '.urkLiet
ut Iri..-d prices, am a rvaw-u teILI sr p.iei
will caizUe a a io s(it.1 lIveAjiY to mAry.


A Sonic thont it Man.
NN Wx] i : ii 'i ahoutita an.''1i
Sal! tle'itOw .t -I. Iho IIre xxV.die!
r-bil x t'r n:'e t n th'"-,-o tle'ar xvas ia
son::iv xr.ttl-n 31),uit a train' A11 son'-t;


CO(tli'- to thiLk Oit ~tit. ti~it;, there
wqa. one, 'I-'atlrar. I t-ar I-'tlwer, Utamo-
I1e1ijint Witha Ntc' Natx.'Ilii thlis setong
th..oc1,! ivan is d:-runk in Ili,- first
ye r-"- - A ICt h-l'ei(~h
2 .vwa.r'e' teif ii,? mivI. fortact' arrh a t it
( lilt .ii fl c r %
A- lin-icu ry will sureir.'-da'str'ev tilt-
i- ln'the' whlcl' v.ta-'ii in en eite'r-
ir g it t Iil'e aujg Iilit' liiL(aticous urfnacve'r.
Suci ciart ic Icsshouleci d ne've'r ba-'us'd
s\('e'I t ciim lesr(-'5t'i ton-i fromcnnropltita-
lilt' phaysicina ns, rasIthle dauizwtre t hay
wavill (100e k tell fe~ld to the good yo~u
cae nai c--i ItI cv dle'ri a'.'fromni in ein.
II aI,- (Ca tarirh u (re'.nima nufaet iirvd
It% ". F.J. U hafrIev & Cot)., Ttl'e~daa, 0.,
eveeiitaii-; lie, 1ne'rctiro-, rtad iktakfeii
intite'riaII-x- actinag- alir.'mtly tieilithe'
111"e1dcal arialtlf et'-sifiacve.4)f the-
lire' Is-, tjroee~U ~-,t tiac' te'taiiee..
It n-. taken i ite',rancdl~v :iavi j ii- 1.1ill'ii
T1F-ile-b. tOhio. 1iv IF. J. (Iea- 'i
'l'eby-ItN-11uea: ira I-,free'.
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THE ;OYSTER1 SlASON.
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tliet' ar
':a t i -aI t ca i i 1 1)bv t eI.t I r E.
T I i% t rri .t i t rti. eI v traitIiIt I:u
A t1:1 will leer tin' 1--l'p lwe';-.
fill' Ill. L fir.-10 t randi fite t

ire aw r i '-,.d-m t a' e r rcl' t d1 .
c Ki k:r- r-t. iru rzinI. Yi e:i I
Le tt]4Firi ky *thL.' j' tt'.. (ItZO-1). ltiu-
drie ek. Itrr. I lrayi' .wraz.-'n Iead
c ir' t"rvi t!~'f r'zi l;a'

hota -pe-evi':'. rdl-r- will hb'- e'rv#e at
;ui'3 h-ur -.,'t~re' daiv ()r Z Z:t


LODGE. D141E CTOR11Y

KNIGHTS OF PYTHI AS.
I'enmavaila Ii4ge, No). .. k iif 11 ,

I tI I tjte hint 7. i. i h a ll.-t ie.I -t
n it.'nden. cia lit re'e't.
I tIi ra't 1 ricrrcorliraily
H..At IO)titINV
K. S~.& .


W. 0. W.
L iie 4(yak (Ca IIIp I, N-I Weml IIIit n ~fg hI'I


A%*- orIt IO.
I ---lt .. i t : itE'F rfe Ie4I.Iin at -(lea t ?e

I01 *'" *.*'-'*I -I '-



*'--t- ca!I r-- t 'ii!


Kodol

Dyspepsia Cure.

Digests what you eat.
It artifi'ia'.yd e.t-,ithe food and aids
Natl-re in 'rlnitZhe'nirng and recon-
straicting thio exhaistalc dijge-tive or.
gaits. It i't he3'.a't d;scorv'reddidz't-
ant andr tn'. No othcr preparat,,m
can approach it n cfliciency. It in-
stantly relrev.e and permant ntiy cures
Dy-spepia, ]L f- 'on. Hleartburn,
Flatulence, S,.,;.r St,,mach. Nausea,
Sick Heada all other results (,f :m'jrrfert digestioD.
Prepared by E. C DeWitt & Co. Cticago.
r i:. r- l'..rr:. icy. J .


CURE YCURSELF:


THE ORIGIAL- .
THE ORIGINAL A


ST. L0uIl


A. B. C.


BEER.


i. GUGfNHEIM' S


Great


Bargain


Shoe


Sale !e-


Children's [Departmenl.
H.ai l-- v,Jd Fre ch l i In f.A n:A
th ittl. .-'
worth 75c, . now 50c.
ll.n;l--'w I'd Il-rnich l tld Infaint-'

worth $1.00, now 75c.
Htl:nd--eowt Kid li i Sprin: He l t I Button'
worth 75c, . now 50c.
laial-- 'tw d Kid Spl iii Hie l lhu:-
tonll-. 1
worth $1.50, now $1.00.
Hainld-- ew d Sprl piini ll' el l I,;l'-.
worth $1.50, now $1.00.



Men's Department.
Genuine Dong. lhuttona and Iaco
Shoes, 12-2,
worth $1.50, now $1.00.
genuinee Vici Kid Hutton and Lace
Shoes, 12-2.
worth $2.00. now St50O


--^fl^ -'V----- -
V. J. VIDA Sole Wholesaler.. d. eprt

1130 ISKIES, BR101N3 IES. IMPORTED 110 DOIESTICartment.
Paul Jones and Echo Sprinls Celebrated Whislics. Kid sprin Heel nltittan and Lace
P TRY H BOTTLE OF HOL1 TOl. $1.00, $1.25, $1 50, $1.75 and $2.00.
PHONE 154. : : : : P. (. BOX 587.
The-y ar, iorth o ., lilire
JU7G & FAMILY TRADE SOLICITED Kid Hti nitutii and iee., alio
Free I),IIivery to Any 'nart of theb C:ty. Cloth Top in Black and Tan.
ig""'.ll orders itft at TheOffice, Vldal & amit, willit car.full, frOm $1.00 . to $3.50.
atto:.ded to."" *0$ .


Special Bargain!
A lot of Fine Ladia.' Shoe, ( Cin-
cinnati make. regular a pr ice $3'.
anid $1 iNi ;i plair. n w olinly $1 6i.
Wf- only have then in 2s iand iP.
iand (' and D widthl, that ik whv
wo sell them so chf;-ap.
Our Men's Department
We beat any store' in town : will
iindirseIl ;lW'yo0ie' naid ,ive- the
inl-t co -atifactiolIi.
LJR $3.00
H:ilid-,'wed Vi'i Kid Shoep- are
<'-itlil tei ;l ny at '.i.Wn -litow in town.
indly -olifitinti your patronage,
I reiiain yo~Uir. toi plea.
-:;) I. Gugenheim.


CHAS. COTTRELL,
Artistic Photographer,
ItOO.)OM t'I' H ,F I B" I t ll.INU.
204., OL'TH PAl.IAF'O STRFET.
S atiefaction (iGarant-ted an IEvry Par-
ti.ulaIr.


HElBllttBIBOS. !C0.,


WBOISLI 1I002011,


Palafox Street,
Pensacola, Florida.


BARGAINS


-IN--


jeal


Estate.


'AIii . at ft!As ne- rt I
$ 2 0 0 A,,!,,!%-1 !. Iin I L. wA ,-z''f iatfii

$3000: '--







$6000i '- ---"rtf'



X kI t' I 'A .I 1

i ~ti -a r %-Il i nter.I
$9000i Pt l~

C$9Q Q Q '.a I, a. t! *r- tf.:2a


-'41

4ii


I
,?

1l


I


o--PRO!'RKIETOR ()F-o

CRONIeS SALOON
o-DEALEK IN-o

Impollted and Domestic !ines, Liquors and Cigars. In
JUG TRADE A SPECIALTY.
F ',,t'- Rolnoant and Devilliar- S-,. PENKACOLA -.FLA


H. H. WICKE,


c


Plumber, Gas and Steam Fitter,


No. 6 South Palafox Street,
All Kindr oa, Plumbing arnd (a i Fitting's Materials Kept on Hand


" a-h ~ I4 '.


DUNN'S


HOTEL


ON ZUROPEAN PLAN.


Three Reular

Meals Ea ch Day

25c Each.


Restaurant Attached, Open Day and Night.


OYTEIS, FISH AND GAME OF ALL KINDS IN SEASON.

Special Orders at Any Hour.
R.ATES:-From $1.(0 to $l..i per I)ay. & LODGING*
:.11 and 51 S. South Palafox Street. Pen.ace.la. Iloridla .25 and 50c


TIME TABLE.

LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD.
IN :E FFFl-'. .IAN I-.A I:N _'7, l'-0,


aV '. 2.
- I "t|
- ''2-1
; 1 E ;i
-i. + ,
C "t"'


~o. 2
I' til
lit a.A
a ii
25 iti
:2 221
1' Iti
a it
-'itt,


A rr:\.
\ F: ;%
\ !'. '.%
'a: *"*.,.


.11 'I r'2


Ar r.""i,.
A r -
'-. ,-..
\a 2,'..'
\l ." I i o-
A '- -r
\rI .-


N" '
1 ', i. 111
j-; n

r '- |4 i
.6 i'l
,C '.1
2' I :


N',
' 25 1Yi
- Pt -tI

.. 'ii
522
- is
i- elI


BETWEEN PENSACOLA AND JACKSONVILLE.


I I t
A l l1
t ei


.,
-'. is iti
,'i II It
'* l : 1
2 2l '2I
i* I,') tri
*.' 212 ',l


1'-' -a ';s
- ~ -..:-~ -
'alai n... -'
- 2~.~
- ~2' -tii~a.-,
2-., --,~.--'*-, -- -


T I,


N- -
; na
i 2*
2 '-2
.21
2 -


JOHN NICHOLAS'


lRestaulranLt,

305 N. TARRAGONA STREET.
**I ***:T r. I N 1' *


- 113 I f-


M.l15ilct Z 13111 Unaieis .~I A. flnit .t..i I...t.4


OF CA:.1513


A LITTLE

DOES MUCKI

rooxs. IOWA. Dec 14
NO, tnngue can tt I it-hat I kie enr.urt I
In the toi- t,-n %ears ,xi .irmy z;.--1 hv%.,
De".. 1% W1:.11e s-c At r:n nc u'-.rtr. d u;., -*r! .a
friend CAi~td andrti -ri'a'm t! xde'd %Vme 'of
(ardai I stant for a bla('te, and Oh! what
relief. After utO'1- t ak. (e I beau to Lav,
better and ave inart- ano pain since-.
MR~S. GhACE LAMPHEIEK.


lke IgC WFsL
)hne or(-nCard It


Wine of Cardui not on'lv c'rres but it acts AT 0NV'"F.IK~re is ak case
of ten years' staniin, ,and ez ome sir: e d. e n:.:Je Otie '~;erer feel t'etter,
anI St. ppe.d tire i'~n. The Wine go'es strarwit t-)thre se.;t I4 the "ru~
It ,:ts 1,c~ctvlir;'*In t~ie rmenstrual .ml i~eiJ*.d 11,r .:: It ctl..11n i1''n t
vi, lent, and It Jd, WS U.-t f, ceA reN-.0t. It su>'. .'.c N~itii-e t iut`nt
: t..cIiie thtt the s,.: r -r's s% err ck AX .:. .. a in tl~c
Wiec;re, t;,:e s.rcall 1::e)t.i,,r. .r *r:.:r A
irI:ri cn be her 'w : a.u. ~e.' i '' .clex-
ve hr.>!, trc tle
[ LADIES' ADVISORY EEPA3TS.eNT. Oki' r ., a ru


the c:.zf I "1-1 7L, Ir :b

Druggists sell Large Bott!,es for $1.00.
- I1omm


i


WINE L~MhIUZ.iI. :.1511


~LrN(~


_ __


0


ii


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TIC1RM,"HOWIP ItVIK


p


m 1 mad 4 A



















architects Clothing. 'A. AI Dentists. Grocers---Retail.


KA ( '.',.N I!.A, 1I'R 41i0 II I PFI{.tt
It r.,, ition.-101qit urn &ied
f. 1 i k,1.0f% 44 digs
"S..U!, I ;, au1 '-trett.











!I It A'1i I



\V ~ 4'.Ii 4*E. I

W 1em,-ri \.1,.12



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s 'N I N' .A 1 11.('N






Fri!rA !rAv


I t :. fi t l- e .I.'Nr ~

*,flqtIT~tI t:. ;r-,-. I q-
tl Ofa~ "ilI:.M~t'4 Il lnw

rr ; i! e *


1;wo fxrand Nhoc. .


1 1 1, *I I r \ l i t 1 '. >I ;' l
* F. T e'lHin r. I' '* *


a, -
*-t*'a


S.* *ii 'o6.a-eJ te4


' ;fafollnery~. E

III,1 it)e.kh S Fi '11


t i:, (,r: it, (~~
t: nu. ?-IT~l'leo 110, 0-.111',
N*1.\w'pn.v-vr- ,i. .iI

11 Pt i aiimfox 5' 1t '


I III' '\ I'"'N.


Noi tI. !tr%. 1



Baikerl es.


. I '


.1 IA Ir Al l .


:'\ -- Ii I N I "A K 1l1.1.
*V d I I,:*ilI LI/c




J;,u'hers-
I .e2I ~M A R h 1.
N s.. )N. I l%1i oe oi ri t r.

P k NI ;itt'4ti. \vs't. e S. t
..~:Icured \I-mi, t\ egvt i-


ra of u!4ITe 4 ite!.




.. 1wr at-il ci 6.v.TI(recer
'I''ta'1.4 ,rn-fed
*f of !-,w ,;ar Packing

on --'TO ,Ili:%-('-n to Sopp' in--,
w '.r i~d Ftim... -. ti-
1 'ttt*IatA.I IromJpt F .ev.


Te'e'h it, 7



k- I eal r,'n.






14n12 4 rev!! enne!



1; A. %WA'iI .



v -1culri, AL Strect
WoA~~re.






t FiT' ('.'eric-.
Tlk M olir i r'
r .atbpi u fictur trers.




hierry. Proprioe or
re;,.r. 1 I. alerp in Irikk, 'Tile,
Ie. 1 l 1 g, I t,:r..- ~ l

'-I rg Ic t\,4u uf notn ror
I) i (I e$


W. .1. & B. FORBES,
Large* l)partment Store in Florida.
(Our st ck of Dry Goods. Clothlong,
Bouot and Shoes, Carpets, Furniture.
Hardware, WagoUn and Biagags, Hqr-
uess and Saddles, S'oves sad Tinoar -,
Paints, 0:1s, Varniehes, ana everything
found in an "up-to-date" Department
Store Is complete and cannot be excelled
asvwhere. O(r prices are rtiht, and it
will pay to call and ae ns before mak-
ing yonr parchasee. 123 to 127 Sjuth
Palafek S reet.

TilE LEVY-I'OU ( C)
TI::,e Biz Down Totwn S-i t's Ci'ot'hiiu '. l 'e il:tt0 F,'rnishl
I- (Good*,. Etc.
\V'l,'o:l', .\ ,-nt- fcr T'ow#r'-% Oild
:l n.; '. 1I; ,14-1r Bot and S:hove.
3. 2* *>,,! .11 .ou.h I':ts tfix.

1'. SToN.,
e lest Clothing .Mercnant.)
l.-adi.g ('lothifr, Hatter and (Gents'
Farnisher,
Spltr oite Custom Hlouqe.
N ..22; out'h Palifox Street.

II. (. ANSON,
Cash Clothier. Furnlsher and 0Otfitter.
Shoes and HIfts, Oil Clothing, Boots
and RItbber Goode.
B5i' South 'alafox Street, Corner Malo.

C(AR!L SCHREBNICK'S
.... oNITsrT rlorrt HOr....
Dealer in Clothing, (,ents' Furnolshing
I; od Ilalts. Shoes, Etc.
2. 2 South Palafox Street.

JOH(N Will rE,
* e of the oU(dest and leading Clothiers
to the city.
1i alwr o Gents' Fornishin; nGoods,
S4uot:iej. lists, C'aps. Shoes, Ntc.
and '27 South l1alifox.

('arpets.

W .1 A. I. I i0 l "
S .'.t 1 1 ;,:.r ment .' ore in Florida
S :ir -to' i(. f I 'rv (Good (Clthlng,
R.,it an1t S, .-!, I'ar;c.ts. iFurniture,
i! trdware, \V:,, 'nu< I i.giem'. llir-
"+ *m and Sti'!"-, ,so\es a1i| Tinware,
l'aP ;-. ,i . \ irnisthes, and everything
fut1Uii it an I *IpI-t<'D-date" department t
o'- r l<' o ui i,'t t" and cannot be excelled
iv% n,.r.r r 1 .r;es ar. right. an'd it
wn! 1,,iv t c 'itil tvisee i t before miak-
inr. i),;r pu :,a '?.. 1:_. to I- !' -
1.1.\ 'tre r

(h'ina and Glassicare.

lB (,.1 9s 'N.
(Ch;ntware. .t* wanre and lI., i e I ar-
it.ibinh < o.)0 !<.
~. > ;., l'alafo Sireet. I'lhon, ..14.

S..1 1..\ \('.i.
\ :o'.e-\. r, 'l I:ware an :i rocke'rv.
: ith 1'alato tr N're t. .. 5. I 'b-
ert-' n id -tn-l.'
1 c-pentirs' ToiI).s :antl -f,. lllrNware
a a
Coirn i mission Aferch ants.

t !* i 1 ,1 1 ,
'r,>dc aict 4 mi ui n Mer' '.;ut


SSt 't i. 'alaftx Street.


111.41111 (T 4 'IMIAN')N \


Rv.'.. vers of E:trlx stnil.Laic ex"ceta'ieP
st,.I I ruts.
IIiio pi -#&p 'nal .1 on p~dx
-n thia m-i k.t. \V.rile us for priceq.
if 11divy.'t of a;I I k i npis tif jrmticee
Prompt ret urn.. :1 11 nI !'_1ort h Tar
ra goemi reel ';epp.' Te Ei'on I hpolI

W il I; 1 1.1. P
I oi:.tiC'1I1 Ieioslr ;ii Gr;oceries anti
4 ', tun Irv Prodluce. Wlte'I *Aale ard IN
.mil. Uenpigflmeflts e. 27,1
I ite*1Ae-IIOI tret.


("intra-clors and PBuilders.


1 h-q1,'r in 41l kind- (-f Building Ma~terIl.
'-h'ip anie lumber vard. corner Alcs n, z
'111d Gartdenl street%. Ad~joining I right

Builder ant i C1tracte'r will estimate
aind contract for complete buildings of
cve rv dvtmcriipt~ou In ctiv or coi,ntrv.



,I nf 'ai. C'.mractor anA B',jil.!r. ArtLi -
t1--ca' 4I S- -.rinclletlet andl I eaIar in
ll'J'd11vN1 'I te'isi t all kindfs. Esti-
trates fi nriii-bed on short notice. Phone
I.-,. 1s-i' u1 hIl'slafo\ 'te '


t ntractor and BJ;ieer
p:I'ot :1'andI spe.'iflca! ions furnisheI on
s~lort wnot 'e. .1t0) work :a specisiltv.
A 1'1,e. Il North 1'ilsfox street. Phone
:;-2

Coal 1Dealers.

( ANlY 11\ '4C1
1 net w r;,% rit o.1 .)
~ P 'ls ~and Iwie i IDealt-rs in Stcatl.
I),-ruvetic anti .% ci* ira' oal.
4jjq, o ~, 2! Fist4 .-erninert re.


('arria Q'e Mafnufa~ctur'ers.



Fa t 5l41 o- i
"e .Etc.
1.pat~i- n inal ii- ltr:mnthes Ir ml t~v
*Atte'n-ie' to.

I-, F.st ;ir'len Street.

.1 1li1 I1JARD & CO.,


DR. G. li. TLTTI.E.
DENTIST.
Ilyer Building, corner lotendencla and

Palafox Streets.


Tue city of Pensacola has just reason SiI:tin's former ,,.atiei-.s and martel
t. be proud. She has always been con- that some of her ancient gins are still
midered one of the healthiest cities in protruding frmui the *;aunds aloun th,-
the world. Situated in north lnttiude shore.
3', 24' ;'3" and west longitude T.7, 12' Among, oth, r p 'ntiit of interest to
t,3"', she enjoys the natural advantages tour:-'ts may be mentioned thie P'tns:1-
wthich nature gives-an equable temper- col. lii;attnou-e, the old Am' rican f.,rt.,
nature restricted to sumnimr and winter, Barraunc:t and Reftoul'r, the famou.i
the changes being by a-y gradation, Fort l'Piikens, and I te ruins of Fort Mo1-
without the suddenness which would I;ee: the chloie.t navi \:tr tend to shock the most sensitive or States with its letautifull a\eltnes of live
delicate human organmis where ordina- oaks. its trailin,: tropical vint..4 and fra-
rv care is obscrt.1l lor the protection of grant flower-: t .- nuew fortificatit'ns re-
health. ,'entlvt. naiiei'd "I-ort I'eiisacuol." con-
Our summers are made pleasant by *istin ,f ,lo lmonshtr 12-inch ui-:ip-
the ever present chloricattil breezes paring -ut1,- mounted in o td Fort P'ick-
from the (;ulf of Mexico, both cooling ei-, :rge modern nmotars one-half mile
and invigorating. At an early hour thie to tho t m a-tward, four I1-inch dlissp-
nights are rendered cool and pllea-an!t peali'n rifle- t (lu:rter of a mile to the
to the rapi;l radiation of heat down It westward atil :t modern ilutar batteryy
tie warmer water of i'ensacoia bay and ova:i old Flort Mcle'e.
the gulf, and thus we secure a ritfre.-h- Many tourist- who cone to Pensacola
ing land breeze, and the draught made on come not only for recreation but :tls,)
ourenergv through tae day is adj,. sed for t,':ilthl. l'entia-cla ha- not only the
Oy a comfortable niiht's rest. maiiita!in- beautiful :ki,' and tthe most 1 eaultifull
lug ever the freshneis of health and pro- -urro'ndings. )butt the hl'rjthf'ilness ,t
muting longevity. th lt- Io(. itiy i ul'sirpal -'-u while its~
The city is situated on the BHy of PIen- artesian irinkimn- water is tit, purest i]i
sacola, about eight miles from th (;itlf the' worl I.
of Mexico, protected from the nDorthern l'ci:-ar'ola is not a h liooIll toni. ',:it
winds by elevated l:hinds. A sandy olI she has a: ste:tIl%, l,':iltlhy natural
gently sloping to the bay witi: a Ptra&ui U r growth !, ha\ in'i Inwre thanlii ttoal(iltd her
of clay varying in depth from twep'y to p.1p),lat;iin In tl:e last decade an, I claim
forty feet, ren(lcrs an effectual surface in, a population at the prre--nt ttlim of
and deep drainage. Sbili physical con- 24,001' Tlie Prreatet-.l e. l.tince' of ner
editions constitute nature's own svytein growthh ati pl )>sperit\ ist her -hilppin-L
of sewerage. The general health of tiec record, her annual export litn, lieV Ui\
city is good. Eruptive dliseaSes are i n- iincreaM li 1:j thie laht iise ';arr- from
seldom seen, and then only sporadically $. 4i,',ii,o0, to oer .5).'..0.. atd i%
and often traced to i'.i:tatit origin. -rowinit- at a rapid ratio.
Typhoid and malarial fevers are so it:- Pl'nsacol:t's commerce will steadily in-
frequent that they scarcely deserve allu- trease for many years to '(ine. The
sion to in this brief reference to thie harbor of Pensacol:h is the safesi, dleep -
nealth of our city. Yellow fever halis hei- est. most approachable anil test land-
come di-tinctly an iukutwn entity. su.f- lochel harl)b.-r in the So,, th, t\ith tun-
flee it to -,ay that for the last ten ears, .imited, wharf fa'ilitiies fur loaling atdil
according to statistics froni the I:.4c:3tn iiuladiung vessels, a depth of channel
cla county and state boards of hea!'lit that perinits ships to enter and deplirt at
tat our mortality rate i. tweluty-.tw t ill tiles, the hartior is thirty miles long.,
per thousand per anauinn. ThIL: i' a;n fr ):n two to) five milet- wide, and varies
excellent record. andl sho lIli -:a'irfy the in depth fr nm llftteiei to thirty' feet in the
most morbid (on the builj,.''ct of htIeati. hannel :and ne:tr" tie wharf., sno that tthe
and we must take into co-,,dera'. it)t, ta hteitviest seat-going \e-.el can lie aloenm
this estimate is for th-ie tioIIty of l.4- i's water frolt for miles. The lum'.ier
cambia, a population oif a',it thirty- and timber interests (of 'ensacola rank
tive thousand't; narrowed eleown to t'le tlirs: in imp -:atnce. : iI the' almost inex-
populationot Pl'etn.a(ola, we < Ant c.t it it ha:I ; tihl" liort,-:s of lt Ils Se.tiobn has at-
lite s;xteeni per thousands. l'ti.iacuia is traced the attCli'ion of the v. %hole coitn-
thile delight eot the tourll ,1', i' u (ta!Ied u *n try.
one of the: inol.t out U.:I1 i! t ,oi o. 'l t,'re 1 p:'a,' i.":i \' an I.' i ini it'ei >::,|-
water known to 'nma. w\vhj.-e -'l. r linmp- Ip1 of longI leai pine. c'.,ress, j inipler,
ed waves ever ripple a- it w Ir MIO'W p pl.ir, \% n:ite oak. cedlar. U:Ini a:'il coot-
white a;nles of the -tire. eirroluli le l ton w ,oo, light at lih r til.d rs, atil the
by lovely v layo;i, granil g.ion1S. aul ni ahotg-tuies anil o'Ther I,.ie \it.,ils of
unilulatit. lili. of senmi-tr)p.t. al \er- J.]a aii:t. central l \'uericta and 'l '-xico
dure, gentilv planned by thle .',lt ialtiibl- are :al-i easii < cI, ew ihC v water. *-
onts breezes off the ki (ltSe by ten "!%.us anlt su -U l ni t ei. and iron elti,.d.-. tn:' a.,ric:l:', ral anio tim-
:1 >)ral Iegions eof .\nerica's ltie '. *kit'e ',. r sections (t \!:tlara: an:t Florida,
Pl'ensa.'la Is wiltioutai .isuptrio r Ill thle l'ensa'ola is tert:t!ily tie i leal pace for
wordl as a place where tourist' nivy ni- the m iniitfac'tuietr.
jLyV lhliem eives. to th' l fullest extent. 'i :;e p 'aralount consi i ratti ;o: fur the
If one be fu;il of r-hliun'. thier, :s no n.tniufacturer. se'* kini- I(otatt .11, are atc-
limi" to his ijIourtunities tere. II -' Il:t ce-. li'u to I w n:aiteri t, cihca;) fuel
go to the % wharves and liih at nt i pleae-- ;ant l l:it)I r aiil, :;itw ;le t rai p;tl)rtatlion fa-
ure, or seek a bet Ir lac'e in a s.kitf, ol :hit'ies. I'.ia.'ola ,' rtea- I of its situ-
ste:el awaty witi :a net a;nd hook and lite i a':on (ititcis attr.Mctive :alv;tlanti es of thii,-
to one of the tnii thou:itand etel'l,,ed character.
nooks on the t 'it.y uiis or ia t )o, I, or rit- .\, a place' ,f ltui',i;,. tl.is is one tof
ers, all of which are teem :t;n wit'i l!!i tI'* : l )'t i: i', 'i. n t !ls in the whole
There is aln abn1d'lance of )ile ,-ea S.atli., hcca".-ue it has- grand opportun-
crabs. irimp. delitii,'-i (s oy '.rst', %'al- i,-., t forc ; in ll dlevelopilig commercial
lop0 clamt l, ati to I'e 1ia-l for t:. t Ik1 ] re'ialatin \ t .' :i lmtit Am:ieriaa. It teel
If somethllng ;al X< itinl .-' dlesir one m ay tl-: for tarp.ii, redl :':- l,:,r,' .vtln k i. tanLII t .t' S, ip I iii lilii, i :trils.
mackerel or man-eat I; f itsTiK. i. no ii ;, f' a'ictorie.u s ainl kindritd enterprises
trouiitle to hook a ..ark andt ni n' i ir t \te r,- start i h!n- e. lthey hI l flinE l all
so dangerous a- ino'111) people illn LA4:i *. 'pi and active ni:irkkt tthrotuihout
hut to land (lie is mlllt't excitTn *; ..i Iiih .\ntrir-i,, a market :; 'rmanent
p'elsacola is onte of t!e l:tl'rge't I- :i 'I lrotl;a)te et ery% month in the year.
markets in the worli., aud is famno'i- lr I'entaetiola is \\e;l supplied \\ ith the
the' line red s*nlpper 1Th, whhi i .e i:tt"', atijljline's of civ ili/a'ion, such as
shipped fromni here to all pitrts of I ', el,. t+ ric lighits, electric strte-tt sars. ga,
country by the tiri of I.. 1.. 'm ilie-r''. \ ,rk-., ice factories, wni!eisale grl''c r-,
i 0 one (f tlie largest t lu dtea er- in t:c w i p chandlery hotuses,t iron founetries,
I niteld 'tales. atil machine shops. threee daily new-pa-
It one be fnt! of huntiiti- he il :i :l' l i ,rs. marine railwt- \ ,. t1o) banks \\ ithi
many sportlimen conmpanoioi iin l'tl'-i:- almp;e capital, a tin: ilstomi t.ou-e an I
cola wh.. eCin1 t:ike t.illi t goi hul in:ig ).i-t ollf 'e. ev\ele.it water wor!L. a well
groonti:4 iin a few hot)rs. 11 :til, dee-r, rani/eId fire' l ipIrtment. a t Hurthouiie,
andi turkey are sti 1 plentiful an lo(a- a1n1l opera house elected at a cost of
I1oI1l bear atlnd enli-oceaSi(al allig:iator -71, inni each. (, ood hotels, churches eof
mav be fouled acn in lid-wnllter plenty ail:uost every denoniination are represent-
of water f,,ul .i, and the public school st\.-teni is one:
lnose "% lio tielieit in li.e o caitI h!i of the oest in lthe South. As .\ a lave of
tort of n .\mi ira willi lbee i:,l to im, In- res-i.lence an.t business, P'.-nsaaoia pre-
irr that I'cn-a olt ii tl. oldest A:. n,- -4en'u attractions extie'led b\ no cit. in
can city. will be plei:si, to ,J I" :.t n l the I niti)tt States. anl equaled by no
building" that i:t\e c~t-'ntl unher '.r :,.. .;ty in the )iuti. P'roierty of all kinlad
government. w:ll have great nt, rest in iu omuparativel. cheap, our mIertaantits
vlt.iiti old Fohi r- tu ('arlots.. **int.ty :nI iT business men are energetic and
ol'ler than the ,ovetnlllent, %t. i !o( k .prosperoeli. thle irhabitan'ts arc cult:-
with intertrt ip.'n the w:ieri- w!'. "e the vt.at'd, courteous and hospitable, with a
fleet of the ntr' e unate l)eSot, rei.l /- cur lial welcome tot visitors and 1mmi-
\oscd three veai- durinir i' h: lat:i grants. 'I'hre can be no) mistake nitle
search lor .:,ll,. will t\ ;e'wv \\ 't ;in-di'a- in .nvestinig c'apiital or estai fishing fac-
ti'ln t 'c .t'.l ,-t ( 'iiiter:a,'i! r 1:ii- of tli .es in I'ensacola.


I)ry Goods.


W . :. :. I I. F< 'l;it".S .
Lar tes-t I)'' triiTie't StI r. in I' ot ;C .
0);r t',, k ,, r' (,,)rdl C".ott l .
Boots ar.l S!hi'e-. C.'arpet F':rn;ti it e.
larl ware. Waigti. l .it., Hlartness
:till Saddl St,. c- :tiTl Tin warren .
I'alutit ,I. \'arristh at,,i -evri % ') r
,,.:n, i il af i -r -to-'t:e" I p rart, t
Store is 'comiplI''1 antd :tn not li,'
cel.ed au% wi.Lre'. Ou(r pie' ir nL i.'.
atlh< it w :iI p n\ tU C:-all : til '-> 'I i f. r't
IlnkniLu Ve :r p;.rt h.ts. -. to ''
South Pl'alafo\ Str.'t.

TillHE F.A10 S lillY (;.OIlS \\ I>
C(I.' TIIIN(; Hie L'S
". I rael. I',ir',pi ,t r.
l>esa;'r in D):1 (.. d'l (.'0 ; _;. ... ,
L 'i*-' ;tn ] Gent-' F irn } '
3;7 S. n P l':I!af,,\ ", '. .

WILLI \1 \ IMIHNSIIN '. ?SN.
Est-h: set I
Eit.,h;'.-hrl 1-'l
W wholesale anid ,' a.1 l I' ... :I- ; r\
(;olid-, (C ot;inl -,1 ,t. t- a::,l' e-.
Carpel. Malttint. a..t, 1.-*".
H Ai II'W ARE 1) I'AK .lME l- (' . "
I[ r l ware. ( l i: sw .ar'., lain'-. '.
Varn c-. 1 :cu it-, Wa- i.-.
(art-. Br ,ihe S- '!Jit-'.

1 K : '-. ';, l' :if'x S. re -t acI .
Ea-I' I-nei' (- ste -:re '.


It c t& i' ,;wt'. %I,'\ inj imter ; en
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IiNx~li Bloeis-


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To;I < : Articles.


1),:.' r r111),U''!Ai, %Ivdie'ut-4anil Chem-

We ( I:traitve ler',tnia A I't-utiviit,)
1'remcrrpti a 'it.
1r't. the I'uroi'st I)rua Ue'I
T.''tvest Priocsm. 4Eiaitt. I ln% Iti~rpd.

PIN SAC. )IA IDRUG (4'
]tr ~ -.11 De,, 5 t ~altrs a atn 'n:
%es ant! ji--f.. eonv.
I: -.r'' Fano-t-1 a"'l li t Artifl:,-.
Painte. 4 i!q. Bristnes. I*C.t

4 'npo,?OOtidet..
Colrne'r Greirori' andt nl~afoi\SIR,

D)en tilsts.


Cl.(. C. HERMAN.


Furniture.


SO)I. (%HN & CO.


Dealer- in Staple and Fancy Goe'eries.

Phone 174,

C'or. Palafox and Inteodencia Streets


T. W. HINT/.


IHENTZ & CO..
W. J. & 1B. FORBES, Dealers in Staple and Fancy Groceries.
Lar''est IDepartment Store in F',oridla. Feed stuffs.
eatr stock of )Dry Goods, Clothing, Western and Country Produce.
Boots and Shoes, (t'rpets, Furniture, Con-iguments Handled on Commission.
Hardware. Wagons and Buggies, lar- Prompt Returns Made.
ness and Saddles, Stoves and Tinware. 1I.1 and 12 East Government Street.
I'aiints, 4eis, Varnishes, and everything Phone 2t.:.
fount! in an "up-to-date" Department -.... .
Store, is complete and cannot be ex- IOBERTS & DAILY'S
celled anywhere. Our pricesare right UNION )DEPOT STORE.
and it will pay ta call and see us before Corner Wright and llayne Streets.
making, your purchases.
1"23 to 127 South I'alafox Street. Phone 15,e.


F.1I 1 osioN.


T. W. FINClH.


MARSTON FINCH,


Dealers in Staple andt Fancy Groceries.


Feed Stuffs and Co(' try Produce.


WVholesale and Retail Furniture and -.K Inis. ROASTID CO'IR .
Ilon-eFurnishing Goodsof all Kinds 1.E. IE'BISSON & BRO..
1tN and ll0 south 1'alafox Street. Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Choice
Telephone 141.. Family Groceries,
L.irgest Furniture House in West Crockery. Stationery, Glass, tno. Wo,,t
Florid--fermr C.ash and ('redi'. and Willow Ware,
Cigars, Tobacco. Snuff. Etc lay, Corn,
M. 1. PRYoR'S Oats and Bran.
BARGAIN RNITLI: HOIOUSE, Ga (:rden Seeds a specialty.
.. 205 Tarragona St. 143 lntendencia Bt


Dealer in a general l Line of furniture,
Wholesale and Retail.
4', 42 and 14 South Palafox Street.
l.argest. Finest and Best Assorted "'p-
to-liste" Furniture Stock in
the City.
'erns-Eithtier Cash orInstalinment Plan.

W. I;. IEIWETIIE,
-Dealer in--
Furniture, Stoves, Lamps, Toilet Sets,.
E:tc.. Etc.


CARLSON& LI.IX


Who:ecsale and Retail Grocers.


Hay. Grain. Feed, E'c;

.'re Delivert to all Parts of the City.
Cor. Alcani/ and Intendencia Sta.

II. MILLER,
SII. P'fclff-r & Co,.'s Old Stand.)


Soul on Weekly or Monthly I'ayments, Dealer in Groceries, Feed Stuff and Ship
1.- and 14 u E. Intendlencia Street. Stores.
Prompt Delivery.
TF. F--ABIA Fl RNITUIE C 4, ',uth Palafox Street and I to 7 ast
Furniture, Ml'Itting'. Hou-ehold 4.oods, Zarragossa Siteet.
Stoves, l:tt.. Etc.. Treepl.one 21;;.


l.ver thing it. our line is "up-to-
ldate" awl we guarantee to save you {
money. if you t.ill call on us before
mkli-, your purclhaes.
n,). 1-2 and' lot s. l'alafox St.

I\.M lKR FLIINIT I1i: Clo.
D)e:lers in ('heap, Melium and Fine
Furniture.
ST')V\ I S A SPE(I IX.TY.
<'ash eor Installmenlt l'in.
31 south h Palafox Street.

Foundries .nd. machinists .


C. wM. Sw:v.N : .


( ,S(Il;oV\ I FI' 1NIHY ,. MACHINE.
CO)M PANY* ,
IKitinelers. Machinists and Foundrymen.
Gen rtil Bla:cksmiths. Machine Forgers i
and -uieet Iron Workers, ('opoersmith
Work., Shil and Steamship Work a
"-pecialty.
Valves. Pipes, Pumpi, I connections and
Fittings for SLeam. Walt-r and Gas.
Palh:fox Street Wharf.
Phone 1' 7.


.JAM EIs IIll ;U11l.~, -


IP. I0. 'x, I I.


J. C. GREEN,


Dealer in IDry f;ood,% antd(;roverles.


11i; South 1'alafox Street.


MENKO ;R)('CERY
\NID COMMISSION COMPANY...
Johuis Mlenko, managerr. )
(;rtoc ries. Glassware. Poultry a Specialty.
('Cooignmients Solicited.
I cornerr Alean',. andl Intendencia Streets.
S. TABARRAS,

Dealer in Staple anti Fancy Groceries,
Ilay, (Grain. Feed, Etc.
Corner Blavlin andl Intendedtncia Streerf.


I.D. M. PO4OLE'm,


Iealer in S alple and F.ncy (Grocertes.

All kinds of Meats, Hay, *.raln andl
I eed stuff,. ilasstare, Notions, Etc.

corner r Jackson antid Hayne streets.


el'e pl'Ihoue. 12-';.


--Bu Il.l.i \\o. KN.--
A general line of Machine Work.

\il kinds of Steam Biter', Tank. aian
"ee't Iron Work Manufactiared
and Retpaired Promptly.
"te'aimboat Work a Sp,.cialty.
Pipe Fittingi,, l-tc., Et'.

JIoN.\ PUL'ltY.
I oundry andi Machine Shop-,
C('ntral WVharf, Coraer .Jeff:rson and
Pine Streets.
Telephone .'111.
Pattern, Castings, lumber Trucki.
SitlillI 'hilled Car Wheels. Wood and
lien Pulleys, Ilanger-., Boxes.
I:'c. Manufactured to order
inu irst-Class, Weork-
manlike Manner at
R-easonable it atea.
IDealer inu 1 chiuery, I .ttings and ti up-
plies for Stationary anti Marine
.\1ppli'alioun.

Fancy Goods.

WING. IIO1 & (' ,
Imp.rters and Dealers in
('hinese andl Japaniese F anc% (GOodIs.
('auton Cra(j'-, Ivory, ChiniL Ware. I .ne
"'' tis , .
S6" I i ll f %'l -


lenlcrs in Familt Groceries ofall Kints,.
C('rcker. %Waie. liay, Grain, Feed, EItc

Cor. Baylen a:ni ln nmana Streets.

WAT'SON % REGISTEI1,

. Dealers in Staple ilandI nc. Grocerrie.
Feedl Stuff, Ila., ('Cor. Bran, IEti.

'"e; East Wright Street.


.IA MN-t Centrallv l.o' ted Hotel in the
( ity.

plates $2 and '$2.5, a Day and Ip.
Hleadl.laarters for Travelinlg Met.
Free Simple Rooms.

ESCAM BIA Ii )TEl.,
.1. B. IBrittalo, Prop l,
lMost Pleasantly Located lHotel in the
CIty.
Rates 'OI a Day and I p.
Special attention Elven Commercial.
Men and Visitors.
Electric Cars to a'll Parts of City.


., .-., N r atiao\ "sireet. { Lirge and Free Nample voms..

Gas Companies. I I.WIS i!I' i ,
Mrs. W. F. Lewis, Proprietress.
l'l.NSACL.4 LA AS; () located opposite the Union Depot, saoI
I.u't, F-lel :and Poer. within one hundred feet of the
C iea'est Light, Street Cars.
M ist ('o01eliient F-'el and l' r.wer. blood \-commodlat;ons for the Travet-
Iluses l'ipiel anll Firiulshed with I ix- ing Piublic, Special for Families.
tirecs at i u.t. I'ransii.,t I 'tees, *I to $ 1::.'. Per Day.
1.' LU Gi\, You a:iI EI Ga Stove at e. /lair' (ods and Millinery.
():h. e, No. S:. 'uth P':t'afox Street.

;.I1:-. SA.RAll I.. BEliNI-;,
Groceries---- Wholesale.
Man .f rt .rer of an'1 Dealer in Ilair
fI ll. .1 1('OH1 t;ilOCl.tY (.) ,, s an,! Millinery.
.AND) CO..M1MISIO(N C(O..
l!.a lIl, rs e f W ,e -'-rn and (i ,;tr\ .' ', W .'t Goterninent Street.
l'rodli, e of all Kinds.
i, e r -. arti -'.-I St .ff. Hardware.
('cff-. I: ,:ist- s an'i (iiY ti.er- an '1 Tea
l{ !.hers. W ..1. -. B. 1-'1;:B. S,
I;"frig, ;-a ,r .. r' . Consignment*
", ra ., i Consi.n largest Dlepartment -tore in Florida.

P'honei .. 1. l_' 12 1 i ,..,r m( ,) t our .%to k of IDry Go ,Is, 'Clothing,
l'oots andl -noes, Earpes, Furonitre.
t.1ii'.hI- Ii.ti Mi\ I.. -B.Ail Hardware. Wagons an&d Bulgies, ltfr-
.1 I.W I' lI; I ( ie-s and Saddles, S;o es awsl tinwar-,
aitt, t Is:Ol.. Varnishes, and everything
S.,...>.. ,..ar nil <,rain D-aler. ,fund in an "up-to-date" lhpartmet
\V ,.i-.- .\_' -. S .Litzi l;rwg. C.". -'o re is complete and can not be ez-
4, .' 1i, Mlai, '-'Pet. 4I. ( *, elled anvw .tbre.
ant I i'i: if.\ s',treet. Our prices are right and *t wilt pay to
W : -*- H.'l:o i I S'rpe.- :all ana *-e us before making youo par-
chanee. ?:;' to 127 South Palsfox -trep-t.
S!!E NL '*>lI.l..\N GROCIl:1 <. -
inue- MllHugh, Prop I A. M. \v*MY.
Wi; i r:. r e- ,rc' :.aod, I ia'ers .n a: lImp)rter and Jobber of llaidwia an(
k I.. 1 of Fetd St. a. Mill supplies, Iron, Nails, ':tlery,
*y. / . t -..ns.... 1 ... -. . .


.I. I,. ?IS(I~TII.


W. J.C NRI


& MALONE,


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1900. 7


tribut'-d $2 T.j to the fund and thaitI
~1'i'I11LE (;I~ t~I- adjalre~dv talkoel tiiQm ney iO'b$ WS NO E
.11 ITT LEIworth and wanted to .1. 'ur frosm soin
QDI~IT~ Tlio witty and rc-ady-t'i'gue I chaiir-
ina u pro-7d.-dl with *chit and af t(r Lor"al fcrerast for Pen..ncc14a nd rinc-rtt
B11B LI lt rinlz remn. rk- cadl-jA f I'HIo n.' G, t Hre

q e e 1 he B rI: 4 w '.-d .f dT ill II, th''1YR,1 r,, ,t- ,V r w
F:-. Ecune tte1w-d- in tura frwn 1?'* :,- if Ja-.*
C'. _:nt'. C cTrpagn. j1I..Lanidrumi. Ed b~..- J'e'irPiil:i!'(x wharl! j. rc-ciivin.- &.fe
11r 'iwt. A*. \*.I'. P-,i I -! a-,(!,,(1f repairs to)-day.
.4 Ia.Yr. A. S. 1, .cv 4,f Kiontucky A:- r"-z
I Rae P ( .1ilA ~~.i *Ii ia''- a~st ~ Al,' r tth .. ~.'.Ii'.'' sr 'I l'..ti II ; #' I. r ~-.re d -e a i I. a1(jii ~t F..~ Raicor. Jr.. of Selinla. j-.
g-it'-TI r, fit1. dj(-cu- I Idii t *,.I A" !)a -I: -Zi *-d
I -i!ttV P W a (I j -CIu.d'LikI-)V 1. 1 ) (1'eteliuiflof Chieaizvo j-;re" ,-
-~~ *I A: l c dife 4f t tL- hf- 1 i rO- i i...t~ .i at the -Meirc!uints hotel.


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TO THE PUBLIC.
Mrtt-. J. EK. Wtek-. Wife ()f(Calpt. .1.
I:.\\. e-.heg-;t-- t' ;afarm lthe public
a1t lar:n. that Me Koh411 l -em'tII!n-
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t. G. Culp-ppe-r of Franklin, Va.,
i!I a tgue-t at uie Merchantit.
.1r. (eo. S. Silith of Providelnc-.
R. I., is regi-tered at the E-cairbia.
Se-ve1 c-.a,. anid $30 ill fines wa-
the ipolie, courL record thiii iimoriling.
0. Hi. H. Floyd of Chipley is among
the gue-ts at tLhe .Merchants to-day.
Mr. Robert Mce. Friend of Atlanta
arrived at tht E-.eauibia thi- mnoru-
ill:.


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a n1ew.'spur at Paulaf, x w 1.:rI ttaI-
nnornin-.
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~~'Y4~CDN & BAT11EL1ERS'~ .,: a al.1I.!;. 4*' G~c(lr, ridizic-. Tafi.-Ya-. etc.. tn ill .11t !,-Ne'ret~i
Ake LAONCON & ATOILEVSNaitre-Cid 'a-for inspect ill U.


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Skin-Totured: Babies OR MOIRD '"Sell Cheap, and thereby increase
Skin-Tortured Babies JU MOIIO. the business!"-- @
CRY FOR CUTICURA.
InTtant relief and sleep, in a hot bath with < -- .. . .. . . -
CLIRICt' A S9-AP and asingle anointing with
CI ICU'RA 4Ointment. A blestin:g toekin tor-
tured intants and worn-out, worried parents.
PPrice and Quality.
Soid. erywhTer Boar.s cA.;O'.TfoIT.MI P. ,rl t y
D.AWDC. (oar..Propl.,Bo;t, Send irt4p. book. tr. .


The fire was extinguished with ia
bucket of water.


German Lutheran church Sunday
sciuool at 9 a. in. No preaching oin
Sunday, as both the pastor and
teacher are out of the city attending
the sessions of the Lutheran Synod.


A jolly Party left Pal;tfox wharf
t 11is iluiirnitilg about S::41 oil tthe
launch Pauline for a shLell gather
zing excul sion Up the s''urld. Tie
imrt.' beilig too ) argiito i'i oilllt,-
boat, quite a number wert- Ileft.
s e:'vic.'.. at the Iuniverr;:hi-t
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of Saill~i Ro~sa coU lit v l ( I i. by
Spe -iul A~gont Chias. 'T. Virbes within
cii ling iiiiljer upon igovernilnlflt
la I I(1.. Thley waere* hriiiigit Ihefirea U.
S. ('olnimi--iotier TI'i1i-.iH and botund
over in tt lii "1111ni t i'~-' acli tit 4 p
Pear a~t I 1,. tlixt t iin if tho(*. r4
circuit C1d1lit ill May next.

of kht-,'lii rIapid IV (it altii.

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'y~lf1itl tt ;,ro4t.ct~aioit if) -.dliippin~g 'At
tna~t luiirt givI ( c1- t alhL !bIg 1ad-

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Tho st(-a ii r Fl. i ida tojok- tho party
o it. and 1, Ld *d tljelin fir,.t at Fort
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You must consider them both. The mere clieapness of
things does not make them desirable. 'Unless
the quality is right, cheap !oods mmy prove
most expensive in the end. )'et the fact that
quality is right does not justify excessive prices.


Our Bargain Sales
fHrirg d'pend!ible iin r .! ;;nli- within your reach at pr: ;! ;.t oth,,r
tuneI e ;arid place' vw,:;. i pIirc'!;-eI non built intferiior ;-r.id, '.t': t'- tlit.
stri:g point ofthI t e \V -.k: I;i t iin Evinit--the, fo.rc, t .4- !4r,'u. ht
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')=I. This Week's Offerings (::
W ill b,. l,; t!tic'lir ly v.i;!iait- ,ll rit!L- viinbr:icinri w ia. v .- \ f li,.
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S^Y 'Dress Goods Bargains !
SCI ( O!'-' WII.. ('IIPi AND) CLII FlOM MO(!:N I'll I I NI(iIT
iIi t I D)rc- ( ,,,i..A t,-f tO-Illorrow rIro tliil littI ;.,, i,,: '. Ii lne t t to
'I'Tll EKK >' E(IA. IAi'lS will be the cau ,- of I'. P1 .. t: .* are-
Lot No 1: -,xi ,,e. ,,,N ..' 19c
wt w rt' 12-ainl d :;>e yard. yourit- for to-i y... ..

fLolt N o.:2 "'i ni-'Hmirio 01E-;M P n, I 'IN" i : wI ,i
*o t; .rnt ly -hrunk a;id -iong' I. l i y-notti-
inL'- like it ,ver ofr-re ,i f,'r tihal a va.l. to-d.ay a :.. -
c:il price of..... ........................................... ..

Lot No. 3: ' '1 wooi. il".; I 'ir-ii
otherr leading c lor(' .. 'a i .! ,-- wi
Winter Underwear for Men, Women and Children.
The 4,ato i- draiwil.., to ,I clo-p. Spring t'.v d-; will r, lI1::oring for
-pace -ioni) ; s-o we'll l#-t (. aill th ilIal:tnce of our I.l'avy iundi rwear ;at pri(,.
cut to half and 1-l \lVt '. :t -li.l. i S l cli.lanc! to -ti 'k T u; :ti,- .l -ave hi;
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is. Low Plrice-. and Quick 6alve".


Roses--Carnations.


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Carnalions 73c por dozen. U r I.
Am~erican Be;uhti. 13.539 to S4.00 per dozcn.
Aill Cter Roses $1.50 to 1.73 per doz'ni. ~~~

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all pric-. i,::.tli ,d VC ,;'dd.r -":,t* Furniture at all Prices.
Rockk--. boiv and little. ,i,.'a,,p and ,. ;r, -allit;d diluinlg ro,rni :able%
high!.. I ..'!k at tht-m. a it 1 irr till pric-: alskoo to')v -. bed-
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Ciai -'-. f. ,r t!tur. ,ri l i'; w.-:- f'or
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cheap ones, whicherer ayou a ,.l '... ',-i .: ..
want, at. arston F inch's.
MCH COW FOR BEAUTIFUL RUGS
MILCH COWS.
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FINE CHINA TEAS.
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BANNING ADVERTISING CO.,
ambmeriber adrertise-s and others rr -*!
emaiale it 004 wher-e estimate's wi.1 toe givetA
uPGOQOPCC fu~r GENERAL ADVERTISING.

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etered lht tb.- Post 40ffie& at Pensacola.
Via-. a. 6coad -(A&-sritat tr.

0)pVXICF: l',Vt V .d:. bL "n Pala-
tax utro-t. up-L-ta.,r.


THlE NLWS P I~uTLISHING Co.

Termis-Invariably in Advar~ce.
One year hby MN,.I


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THE WISEKLY -NEWS:


There i- no better medicine.
babies than Chamberlain's
Remedy. It- plea-ant ta
prompt and effectual cures I
a favorite with mothers an
children. It quickly cure
coughs and colds, preveitina
Inon11 ia or other seritii- contse(i
It alko cures croup and ha- bt
in tens of thou-ands of f:t-,
,ut a in li failure -o far : N-
lbeen able to learn. It nt <,4u
croup, but when given a-i .o',
croupy cough appears, wil!
the attack. In ca-es of w
('ou h it liliiefies the toigh
alll:ki ll it -a:-ier to (.xpecictor
I-' tII- the -everity anild fr
,of t! p*' roxy-n.s of coug.lin
. -privinl- that disea e of all
,,i- ci' !e- (uenlce For -;al- i
in i Btrow-. 2l S. Palafitx -tlre.

LITTLE I- 'OLKSl Mt-IC.

Heinel A'ademll.y at 3 O'Clo'1
day. Feb. U1. 1MIMI.
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DEMOCRATIC


CAMPAIGN


The Primaries April io; Conven-

tion April 14.


A HarnontiousiI Meeting <4f the (County
Iemrncratic Ex.-cutive Cotmirnittee.
at Which Candidatfe,. and Citizens
generallyy Were Peinmititd IFree
Speech


in the aggregate valuatio
property returned for taxat
returns of personalty. wh
correspondingly decreased
gregate amount, have begut
ward movement. The net
therein for the five year-
mined was 12:. per cent.
than the total dbcre a-e in th
ti'n of all taxable property b
2 per cent: yet the aggregat-
was, for the first time during
years. greater than that of
vious year.
There appears abundar:t -
hope that the decrea-e in a
valuations since 1S.4. aimou
$1,,7.l.;.. may be. itn a fe
more, entirely madam" g..d:
other year may *. the t,'>.
to increase again. .i- it lias
lee1:in with r<-pect to per,)on
erty, and that with bftt.-r an
,equitable revenue laws. the f
condition of the people ma
br- as prominiingas it waQ in


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Anyrper%'nri% inttesoing lt, be. or. d..ir,,:
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ticn abo.,v- urovidt-4 for any of th.- iw!;'
ahjt' venauned ir a a etdililatfor do-~it-m ,,i
th.- be-r.-:n t'tffre nitvdii, rid 4'( utnfy
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th" nin-inher-. vci.ad'datt--. ald] ,t her
do. ntocrn:s. pre-emit. th-' r4-4t 1 LU :1it)4
wit..;unalllint4Jn-ly .id pv-
0(aIuii o: I I) n 4) (Thai 11i ttcf man
('hu'.. Wi1iamn- zti t' r diem u 4f
clerk-. ini ct.eors and returninslg 44th-
ct-r-. fur thle primary elpetion 1w~aa
fixe-d at $2. retitruinz ratflefrs to) b,
all 4wed mailea.;e at 10 ceqItl- per viile
for the4 r4 urad piip. all eXponze-c- 4of
condutictiti the pliinlary to t'v biirrie-
proe rata b~v the citudidate-;.
Co billtin, 1iicat ions from the candi1-
dates irecommllfendinlg nanie' for lip-
l'Oilimnnt ,a ins;pectoPrs and clerks
was order.4tI failed l:itil tM.- Out,
fixed for niiiiking ag5id lappolnitine lt-
ws heia it will be cijns;id '-red.
Oa motioni of Com~niliitte"1 11 II1 Put-
nam it wits ordered ti It the rail-nz
of funds and dim-burltuieint #of -am,-
to) pay expc-tises 4 f tl.*e primary be
left entirely to a C. P1flh11it"04'Id il-th
candidatpea. theeectveciIlflt-
being relieved (f .if v duty inlv n -
Ilection thei-rCwitl. Alid] th:it t!,e
treasurer iof thlt' 'afld idat'-sctn
nvrtti-e ucertify t1thi t'-. $4tvv~f
execti~ti'e comlinitut,#. 'en tin' I et-
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da~te ('Iltitlted t-1 hav.- 1. i h- l'

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l;at an- The Democratic Executive Coi n-
A begin llittee of Escambia county n.t :it
alr ady the (otice of Jud-e T. It. MeCullagh
al prop- last night, pursuant to call. Chair-
id mior' man C. I1. Parkhill presiding .
financial On call of the roll it was found
y again that every member wau present
1t. either in person or by proxy except
those from precincts 4, 7, 12 and 17.
Sfor the Chairman Parkhill stated that in
Cough view of the fact that a majority of
ste and the candidates for county office-.
make it -
d smakell alsothe Workingmen' ) Demnocratic

s their club, had petitioned the calling of
g pne-u- primaries at an easily date, that,
1e l('*ed though it wav perhap-z e early for
-4 with- '-lch action, le hhad d-en'-'d it his
we have duty t,) call tl-. comtiinitt, t,.t ethe-r.
ly c'ui- flr lie w:t- always ready to (ido tli
,lla itt, bidding: of the gr+-at d ,i nt ,ecrat;c
l ,, P-! party, l wlhi' .- rvaiit 1! f, -.
ti'o' irn |[If e ',,1o.'lratlulated thr. ,un ip:itito
ate-. arl n t ldrg at i.n ; wi
till t tl lt 10 1 I -' il v f. itiN l '1;10o I.
1 "i! was ready lfr dint: in t.!' init.r--t );'
-n ru lil party. In i--iiil4 t!he, call flt
iy Hi, l- t e: I e iti: h,. ;i;il iivie-, ali.ii-
' dates an!d citiz-ln rir: ily to at-
t- d anld ht* was pl't--(d tO ',-d t that
Li: li: iy hli l accfIpteVd ti,' I!Vitatiitni.
lI- i ivitetd all lire-e!:it to t, 'ly f.x-
k Faiur- I1i -% their views rai.,l :i(lI ti::t it
w,- t!'e d*t-ii f he (th .e iiulitth- a thlat
it-, a 'tiin -ll *,uild lin;- t w itll liun i: !-
t, 'ill. mui 'u- approval; that t! 11- e ul 1te
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Old Penn Mutual Life Ins. Co.

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J. M. TTTTTIARD & CO.,

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- rofAGE Co.,


Ceamer Wrfibt and Htvn. Street.
T. a. MOORs, W. A. MooKs,
Preshd9ML. Manager
THE BRIGHT ICE COMPANY,
(lIc orporated 1049; ;
MKa f. c emrs of and Wholeale and
Bsall dealers In Pure crystal l Ice, made
ti ditllled water.
Tdeplo.e 28.
K. 0.--rATT2O., W a. w aKK,
Plbdelpbia, Pa. Jacksooville. Fla.
THf. ST1ATTON ICE WORKS.
I m, Wholesale and Retail.
Jit. a. KRLLmt, Manager.
Telehooes 59 and 259.
P 10. lMet 136.

nAsurance.
t', -
to40. C. WATTe ,N & ('( .
Georal IeafoMce Agents, Fire, I.1fe
and Accider..
Fire IMitt.ee pli-ed in ,rst-(!ams
Copselte. pro* bave sixtven of the
bee. We rte'Aeents for 'he Sate of
FisImt for toe Home LIfe lsouran, e Co.
t WeYt1ik*! We are also A-eotp of
te btuibt A.ctidest Co. of Detroit,
Mick. Patrm4me olticited.
N '. 1 Suth I'lafox Mtreet.

HUi'G I. if ITTOaN,

Fires ad L'fe I aisurnce and I: .n Is of


Share '.


ON-*-2o' Eqt ,; ,vernment Street.
KNOWLE>I B'IS.
Wm. U. 5. o 3As. aK owL.Ks i ER.
Ieaursace and 1 *bal E .tate Agents.
(rGeme1l Agemts of the Equitatle Life
Assrmace SocIety of the LUiuted s'ates-
Htrmagest I,. the World. Write for
lslutraUtonus.
'3W66Mb Pa'afox Street.

*Jewelers.

J. 1. STEPHENS,
Dea);r'1t IDMasonds, Watches and
Jewelry.
Watehes and Jewelry neatly repaired
Optical wort 4one. Eyea examined and
glasses fltte4.
IiI onuthb Palafix S'reet.
,fob Printers.


HENR Y S. WHITE,


Commerce' Printer. I .ler and Binder.

No. ds4j South Valafox Street.

Good.:Work at Fair Prlt-cs.

Laundries.

STAR LAI NDNY CO.

Every Clas" of Laundry Work Ione
with aiSese and I s!patch.
WatLtR INGRAitMaM. Proprietor.
37 ast (Garden Street.
Phone 114.

Lumber Dealers.
W. B. WRIGII rCO.
(I corporated)
Manefactuarrs and Exporters of Yel-
low P.re *a4 Cypress Lumber. Cypress
hlglee sad Lattha.
Cable Adtress: Wriehta.

W. a JJPRAN. U. A. tIIO.NAiHAM.
JOiRDA4N & BROSNAHAM,

Maautact rets of Pitch Pine Tmber and
Lum 'er.
OQc sad Plaet, Barcelona Street


IMiSdeat. Ma. )Director and Sec.
WK. IL KNOWLYK.
3*-. Ulrector and Treas.
PINGACOLA JCM BE R COM PA N Y.
ExprteMes of irT er and I.umber.
Caob ddream: "Lumber."
Figetiga A uest Price & Pierce, I n-
dea.

SLivery Stables.
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PSBACOOLA EED. LIVI:HK AND
NALEW7FABLE.
1. 0. WoitW, Minager.
Orde6 eaettd by Telepkone No. .3.

earan( horses a Specialty.
ISt i it W t lateondeocia Street.
All orS Btgaese, Carriagesaantid earses
ouf Rtbbet Tlred.
'POLU & HOBINSON.


W. K. Ro mIoN, Manager.

Feed, Livery sad Atle StaLIes.


No. 15 West Ileedecla Street.

Loan Afents.


Merchant Tailers.
ID. A I M \YEI:,


Har'dware.

WILLIS HARDWARE C( IMrANY,
Deainshm IsBuilders' Ilardwaze, lsoves
OW BHoma"Furninhing '~odt-, Paints,
Oil* sal Glasis.
32 ?Soctb Palsatux St:reet.


Loowand Cold Storage.
THE 090. W. AllRs!' WE AND COLD)


CHARLES (' I"REI.L,
The Leadiun Artistic Photographer.
All work Finished in the Highest
Branches kuown to Art.
-o-
All wanting Fitie Photoh are iivit(d
to call.
Room 3. 2-41., S. l'tilafox Mt.

Planing Mills.

THE It. it i rrr I MILL (Io.,
SEstablished 1-7' .
Successor to IB 1 'Vitt & a,)..
(Oldest 1.4tabllshed Firm i 'PeDnacola.
Manufacturers of S isli. )ors and
It'inds, and all kinds of Buildirs'
Material.
Phone 11.
Corner M tin and Barracks Streets.

l'. 1t;AD SASII FACrTO)IRY < .,
M N-''VAIU t'U.E O (OF
Sash. )Donr, BIinds. ll1use Furnishing
Materials. Mantel*. Cisterus
and Fencint.
Dressed I.imber of all Kindls.
Ship Tanks awi Ship Wedges.
Baylen Street Wharf.

THE HENRY KING( PIANINI, MILL
AND MF'G. COMI'ANY,
Dealers in Siob. D1 1ora. iiuds and
Moulding.
iontract!ng Ktltimates on .Johtn.
Mill corner C!ub and Zarratossa Streets.
Job shop in Counection.
Telephone No i

Restaurants.


-NICK'S HRIKSTAIIAN 1,


J. A. WILSON. ,Nick Apostle Prop,
MEALS AT ALL IH'ItRS.
MoWy to LoaB on all kinds of Per- Fish and Oysters a Specialty.
esml property. Money fartished on lnest osters n the City.
at -- J .e 4" ..-.-.-.. The Beet .of Exerything the Market
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WbIe pme med moey,call and see us.
os, South Pa'afox Street.

Mvera t Tailoring.

N. WEILAND,

Fashionable Tail r.
ramdsom~e, barable and Fashionable
smm tM IA oiw. I the mont %Stvlisi


Aff)rds.
Open Day and Night.
211 South 'Palafox Stree'.


.JOIN NICHOLAS' RESTAURANT,
:w.-, North T-irrag-na sStree., Opposite
L niou Depiot.
Meals -t All Hours. Open Day aunl
Night.
A (Comptute Stock of Fruits. Candies,


Real Estate.

THOSE. C. WATSON & CO.,
Rkal Estate and Rental Agents.
N3. 1 South Palatex S'eet.
1'. 0. Box 1.
City Prorertv bought and sold. Rents
collected, Taxes, Amse-sments. &:., at-
tended to. Loans made upon 1 ,al Es-
tate Security. Abstracts of Titles For-
nished to any property In Escainbla
County.

CIIflEI: 1:EAL EsrATE AGENCY.

I Hilale Wilson, Manager.

Real Estate, Hldnts and L aus.

Off!ce-Fisher Baildinog.


Dealers in I,.-ts' yurnisairg <>ooJs and
S oes.
Suite. Pants and Overcoats to Order a
Specalaly.
P. O. Iit s5.
:V3:: South l'lifox Street. ntxt to First
National Bank.

NEW YVkK STEAM DYE I' USE,
1J. Weilind, Pr(pr.)
Clreaion. Dyeing and R-p:tring.
Suits made to order.
We <,uaraotee a FIt and Sat:sfaction.
All our Work is done t llome. ('loth-
Ing Pressed for $1 per Month.
i34 Intendencia Street.

fMulic Houses.

J. M. Clutter's

Music House,
The Leading Music House in I'.orida
and Alabama.
"Ti:,h pioneer mus'c house has estab-
lished a reputatloe for fair dealing and
low prices. Manufactur -rs aseant for
the Celerated Kranichl & Barti piino.
also Chick-ming, VWeher, Krel', Lenter,
Smrithi Bsrnt?<. Wiiardl and Royal
Piacos. Tots- pianos are direct from
the factory, and art, cot whipped over
the country from one
BRANL'i Hol'SE TO AN ITHIIER.
You can alwave tp Slure that ttie piano
you get from ( LL.UT FEl i ni-w. We
keep all pianosq sild by us in tune for
two %ears free of charge. Term ouu new
pianos from .i5- per r'utih up.
l l?and 114 South Palsfox Street.

Marble and Granite W^orks.

B. \. l). Vl ,
C ontractr and Dealer in all Kinds of
M 1rbi; antui ooe Work.
Manufacturer of the I.itest Dl'signs in
liraiite and .Marole. Monuments
an.L Timbitonea.
Detigus anJ Eltimate," FarnisedJ on
Applica;t' ion.
Agent for Iron Fe es s.nd other ''rna-
mental Iron W\ork.
No. *: )u'h Palaf,,x Sreet.

PI N.SA('O.4 M11NI' MENTAL. WORK's,
VWILI.S BRnl i.l11T N. Proops.
-st& ar> Monu;mrnent. 1Vsilts', Head-
tones. \ N':>c. M :tal Wreath,. Trel-
Wu ,rk. Settees, chairss, lBjiu'yiet
Ii dtiers, (eiiiztery Copiutn s.
Ir",n F1:tnes anti all kinds of (Cenitery
I 'xtures.
lDI-igns and Etiima:es IF'rltsbed on
AE)plication.
oVuriidouc on Snort Notice, S.i'lifac-
ti'on (uarouteed.
No. 2 North Pilatf ,i and-' to 1". Evst
S.irden Street.

Plumbers.

11. II. W ICKE.,
The Leading I'lumber and (ias Fi'ter,
"ith e i ate t ldesianq and modern
Improved Bath l'uts, Water 'losets.
I.avatorie,. Kitchen Sio1kr aLd Hot
Water It silerv.
All our F:xtures are "ap-to-date"'
and can not !*. excelled anywhere.
No. South I'.ulafox Street.
S. HI. TI liUNl.l

Plumber. .s'eam and *.as Fitter and
lj.altr in Plumbing Supplies of
ev. ry I)crriptiou.
I.srgeet -tock of iu'umbing Goods li
Florida.
We a-e tqi'ippi.d to do the most Mod-
ern and Artistic Grade of Plumbing.
Phone 34.5 19 S. 1alafox St.

Photographers.


I. M. DAVIS,


IR&al l:state, 1: nts and Cjliectiona, Etc
and Contractor and BulbIer.

(Ofi-e-3, South Palasfx Strtet.


.1. N. .ANDREWS,


II :al Estate and Collecting Agen(..
City and Country Property It ught and
Sold.
Hleadq'uarters for Sewins Maclines and
Supplies.
13 South Patlfoz Street.

Shingle Manufactory.

111E P'ERDIDio CYPH9,.', SHINGLE
MILL.S.

W. J. Berry, Proprietor.

Manufacturers of and Dealers iu Shin-
gles, Brick, Tile, Lime, I.tc.
Office and Yard-Bi ylen Street Wharf.
(Ste card under Brick Manufacturers.

Ship Chandlery.


Nli KKN/.IE OE~RINGi & C('.


Ship Chandlery and General Hirdware.

Appointed .1 znts for New York lielt-
lug & racking Co.
It -ting all Widths and Talcknesses
I jrnisbed.
4:,13 and :;o5 South Palafox Street.

Undertakers.

\\. I. NOI C'rne JNO. 4.. WOol,.
N(ORTHUP & WOOD,
Professional Embalners and F urnishers
of Fine Faunral fl'rnlture.
Nos. l, and 14 West lutendencia Street.
Orders attended to Day or Night.
4 'fflce Phone N ,. ?<*.
I; :Iden'e No. 55.


Iii)!' & ROIIINS('N.


'Successors to 8. B. Ifutchinsou & Co."

Funeral Directors and 'Embalmers.


No 17 West Intendencia Street.


1'ione 31.

lWagjons and Butffies.

W. .1. & B FORBES,
Largest Depirtment Store in Florida.
our Stock of Dry Goods, nothingg ,
Boots and Shoes, Carpets, Furniture,
Hardware. Wagons and Bgiee,, liar-
ness and Saddles. Stoves and Tinware,
'aints, Oils and Varnishes, and ever)-
thing found In an --up-to-date" Depart-
ment Store is complete and can not be
excelled anywhere.
I tar prices are right, and it will pay to
call and see as before making your pur-
chaser. I~;: to 127 South Palafox Stree'.

Tal U Paper,

J. E. ROSS & CO..
contractorss for all Iiterior and Exterior
Decorating.
Dealers ;n Wal; Papir,Paints. fils, Var-
nisbes, Brusnes, Etc.. Etc.
1'p-to-Date Sign and Ornamental P.ilut-
Ing.
I1'!one -42.
11 North Palafox Street.

W lines and Liquors.

s. A. F1Il-)DM AN,
Tae originsl Kentucky Barrel IHoase.
1331 South Palafox Street.
P. I. litx 418.
Wholesale andi l:tall Dealer in Fine
Kentucky Whiskies. .lug Trade a
Specialty.
'ole Agent for PIsbst Brewing- Co., of
Milwaukee, \Via.
I fn!l line of Inported an ) Domestic
Wine!, LIquors, Cigars and Tobacco.

FI!HST AND I.ASrT CHANCE SALOON,
N. (Gldring, Proprietor.
Dealer in Imported and Domestic Wines.
Liquors and Cigars.
Exclualve Agent for Old Pete C(oper
Rye, Goldrlna's Private Stock, and the
Famous Lewis n6; Va'nlsky.
s:hlitz Beer on Draught.
7'. South lalafox Street.
Ihnone 27.6.
W.C NORMAN,

Dealer in Fine fild Whaites, Imported
and Domestic Wines and rans.les,
C.gsrs, Tobac:o, &c.
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VLNQUISHED A SPOOK

B.LL SCROGGNS DID IT AND T,-EN
DISAPPEARED.


MEN OF MARK.


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.Jug Trad" a Speci
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Main Offi~c.--1'I, )uth F

PERSONALITY

In the v.ar 1",% .!:id
&-Ave anay
0. if. 1~lxanzof li'
given $15.-ijmtItoward !t
new school of seleie-e n
evil M-~..
Bo~tl the daughter-s
so~n 4,f Illinois. hI~s
M1issaIRuth. aged 211. aic
WHAhingtun law *w~hool.
Gt-neral .1. C. BItaes. onl
major pi.-ierals. Is oLe Of
crrs 1who2slit-a~~l. .1Pit11111
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J. E SrILLMAN & Co ,

R-al Estate Brokers.

Office-East side of 1'lasa.

WM. HI. KNOWLKS. KNOWLNS IlYEI:.
KNOWLES BUO i.,
Iuqurance and It:al I tate Agents.
3,9 South Palatox Street.
General Agents of the Equitable Life
%ssorance tuocletv of the UniLted S.ttes.
strongest in the World. Write fox I 'lus-
tra'ions.


ML~iilmr The Singular History of a Pecculiar
(ha racter Who Located Wells For
ialtv. Missouri Farmers and Juggled
-SA.i:_sf.c:..r..% With Tralard Suakes.

I'lfI Rv. BiMlScrog-in~s v. a,. :1 te
In xaLworder county of I-o..u1i.
I ES 11w h~~e aojquired t!.,,w .u-~-: a;r


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;-..4. ~ a C ai stu-s County.

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Si ..-- lp'" ,y inl rib'.,!y wns chased
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4.." ',-I' oa m s enra;. 1'n rat,,Y r late. But Itll was
2 ,.. Iu' viniil."atel. T .r, he mysteriously dis-
aprearIl.
S" '" S yvars later a ,itn of nriaks was
di,'oet.re,] In what Is ii.w I' rates counn-
S .' ,'i tv. Mo.. the ad.toinin; coun'rty on the
south to CT.. annl in t?'s .en was dis- 1
S-\ili cvrfd tlh y sk!Le .-ton of a mran. In the
opinion of many the skel(-tri iwavns none
:. I ... other than that of t*,.v. Hill Scro bins.
'. -' So well was his memory reverel that
'i: I':1 ', -- the loi;'a were co'lv,'ted frrm the
S "ake Ion. nrol whln the first court-
hlou'j.: was built in Cass county. It is
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:. the cornerstone and were found there
\,. years after when the old courthouse
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8 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1900.


For the


Baby
The fifty-cent size is just
right for the baby. A little
of it in the bottle three or
four times a day will supply
precisely the fat all thin ba-
bies need. If your baby does
not gain in weight as fast as
you wou!d like, try


Scott's Emulsion
The result will please you. If
the baby nurses, the mother
should take the emulsion.
It makes the baby's food
richer and more abundant;
only buy the dollar size it's
more economical.
Both mother and child will fI.! at
omce ib strengtheninmg, upbuiln
and fat-produang properties
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TRIES BRIrAIfN's-1 NERVES.
Coutivmewd StA9-ig(c- ir,.ko-n Only by
L.ac'nc iU-1) 't-k -a* (.1 c a-, .iitiiv..
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fa ... k:.-: u, .cts remain.
ner'-Vesi a:e T_:'uu:.2d that n. n',
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to n.7.
A. psi a atIi-i in


.S'.: v:.:. Ala, Feb. "g3 -There
is on-iderab- a',tiv.ty in tLe sale of
Aiabatuaa ,ni and other securities in
this state. Tne best clisi of Alabamas
Shas been seling as nigh ai a 1 12. Ala-
S ba.ma bank stocks are also bringing ood
prices. aq are the stocks ot tue manu-
Sfactunng concerns in the Birmingham
district.


MO0ZLEY',, 1.V'1)%\ i-:miilL
A Pleasant I enimo 'I'aoui.
pri-paro.d froml thoe fro-!-h jiiiot' fr,f
L.-unonn=. combined with ..th-r i-g r'-
tathle- liver tonica. catlia:rtic-Q, or''-
m'atic f'tinmulaaatQ. 8'a1 liv drug:-
For bik ou-n.--s and cm!I-tip'stitm.
Fo-4r jndi&a'.-tion and foul ..t.1mach.
For '-ack at~d nf-rvou.'I~L; 1 ddchi.'-..
For laal;pi-atioit andsiurl h-art failur-
tak-0 e letia.i lixir.
pr-Ii-t ration.
Fo.r lI..- '-f appa' had (I' ility.
For f-.~.In~a :ria aud chi:ll-
take T.'inwi FolJiixi r.
[.'i4-111-1i Eixir will1 Oit f ijI onin
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a t 't;tof 7Tw 2S:7''z"1i. ai 1-I~~
a feiw Io.ia: rt
E. Iua-~ItE.atLN ..f'law
tioan wa's La' i: i '' n '.'rri Ii al 'ji*
in whi!'hi L.i:,ulad I 1-.11 ai a l]i
the v..ry room iiw7. nli14:.1i--U~:i. I
flirqst t.)rv. -~R~ i' 7. '' I.1!*li -hea
in P,41fain The Natlirni aIEraIs sal-I to
La.a- 1.4t,'.-ii t ht frsit h' "io l joiuldi he.]
serially' 10 I!Jsc,)unT ry. In p190.lc Ii-
bciarit'-. I.'r t.. 's ir'.*rv!,ioun.I uitner

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I ''i!! rertir you~ar watc!;#'-; ar'd
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Mfdia-al l'swa'vv. Atten~tion.
TLI-.-r- will be a reizu1:irmrf-inrf
the Pi~t.. cc tModi'al hocit-t v at
tho Bwi':rd oif H- "*it office at
o c',ick r.. iiTuogdIay, F. b. '27,.
Vikitillg p yirCiLInV are cordiall.-
invitod t') attend.
D. WV. MCMILLA'J. M. D.,
President


E. F. Il'.Rui-, Nt. D..
rtecretar-'.


2Smt,


in:u f '..14,i J :-t.'.inh g river ti
i''z-r.Inlve-. Fork,; cuu I S


ITHE


FAVORITE


Place For Pensacola
Buyers to Buy


Choice Family


CONTRAST IS HUMILIATING.
War Ifsas Ni.i~e-ti Puliticai IBitterraae-s

L,- N-,2,. Ft'b. TeGo a-
"ILt P*ar:' 7n2 ii.m a 1 .1rve. ostr .nl
nar~ou nsn..K I iaet tma' is admiraL.'.-

C~>.T:.t w* L- ,2"I:.7':
IVng e&e, Las :.i t.u :a,1 :er~-;,s~
au~i _,~e raj.urT --r.'- i71 a t i; c
an-i IV4tfL..ser i9 T..fl:2.. aol LA

fo-. r-7,rt~.

Wuu: 1--_-_wo f-rers and .4 rnen.


Causes of I


. Loss of Hair i
Dr. Sa'.cuaud. the e-inent French 4p
)r- :, 'st, says that: 9 per cent 40
S:ar l--es are t:e ris-lts of 4
4. ..S... -s and the neg:ec- of dan- -
'.,:a The .ant:sep'ic act.on uf
JSE S VEN"
SUTHEFLAND SISTERS' 5
S :.'-parations ki:! microbes and
4- r-".--es dandruff. T e:r c~-tan: an
* ;*- ..r a pe:id w.;:. by acting
S ,-.re-::v on the ha:r bulhs. fBrn:ih
r.':r:n-.ment vi:a!!:v and gr w:r.
S we t') the ;:spov,-r:shed r' ,s
an ha-r shafts, re 4: Lg ia LO=-
; ;:-:e restoration.
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eW SLUMER. Pe',acola. Fl-':a.

Art -lni.>-r, I; n s. sol,,on.
r:: :.. ;i.1-') .: -An "eastern
re (" f an;..: aur.a ists be,'an
r:( .a- ; ll4 WI. .; '11 m B -ion
tvo davi. Tua.- i ,n:-'-nce is .ai.i by
its pr,.moters tio anitoer step in thf
;:iove:oen: t brLig the war .n tae Pull.
1;, ines to an end. Ilte I-a .:.--.av tha:
a show of ,na.us iin P.la e .rvi. a few
aLnu:is !au a,.van'e of ":,e .n
nat;,,,:iii c.,nvetr -a r ii L-.vB >i
we:^^: in induc.nu, tL*, (i ei;a.ttjs tc
rer i::..* the:r clai:ns. T:.v i:av* con-
tcnaei lEat h t t:,, c.n. r. ::2j in CL. L',';q
ia-.t (.j:t r reau:te.i ;n a a eAi; En t
tnle:r i:oven;tut in rue WeS;. I' rrn
Senator (i)r%:e r F !mInn 1 : n. .U,-
ary preoiaent of the l'ai.ate.; a aKue.
< 'nnsllint s i,-grrt Lo..
Nrw Y, K, F-L. .:2 -The news of
the heavy losses of tne Canadian bat-
tailon cr-ated a .trofouud sensation
throughout the dorn nion. No deta'lo
of the action have cmiwe to hand. except
that it was fought by tue Canadians on
Sunday. whiie pursuing Conje's army
at a drift on the Modder, to tue east of
jacob*dal. Seven of the iight compa-
nies were engaged and the Canadian@
lost in killed, wounded and missing 89
men. being about 10 p-r cent of the
force engaged. The newspapers in
their comments agree in saying that
the blood thus shed will cement the
union of Canada with the empire.
Fatal MIne Kxplosilo.
MONONGAHELA, Pa., Feb. 22 -Two
miners were killed by an explosion of
giant powder tsday at their camp near
here. Robert Pezzoni and Joseph Dor-
say. Peter Lorti was fatally injured.
Mrs. Pezzoni was also seriously burned
while tearing the burning clothing from
her husband. The building was com-
pletely demolished and the three vac-
tiuim wera burned almcat beyond recog.
nitCin.
(G.ivernors It'll Att,-nd.
CHATTANS'OA. Feb. 22.-Governors
Candier of Georgia. Johnson of Ala-
bama. and McMilhn of Tennessee will
attend the annual banquet of the Bryan
birthday club of this city. to be given
Marca 1; Covers for 4)O will be Aaid.
N. w <-or;.ta Appotiat igrnte.
WA` masters appointed today: J. L Gra.
tumn, at Nch'jiaTviiie. Mlier county.
aund J. 1i Grant, at Pinma, Dco.y county.


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Mammoth Retail Grocery,

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Coapiete Odtfits always oa band, and repairleg done io te cowtrl.

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MARITIME.. POLITICAL AIIOUICEIENTS.
For Sheriff.
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('r 4 % a n a I V& I'..PT`-.'-., 4.ardi:! for ?"ha-riff ofrat .aulbbaa Co inty. and re-c
4a mr.al ~ v'' & (o ..pot!tulia a-'- the support of n1Y f'xa-nd
BrH uX V v vi7ta4t an trid of tho cr~euflty. If !raett'dl I will
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Kessler-ai:.d w.-.:. :t-ffec:.;ve cr-
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A ROMANCE INTiRCEPTED.
Elopement AffairMovie Sudden Imfer.
irupriou Ire Buchanan.
CARROLLTro%, Ga,. Feb. L2 -A sewe.-
tionsI love sffatr bi-aw~etn ruri-let.'vtz
in Buchananu. '.') lzi.es n.r:.u u.'~
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ofIE CLlrT 4 WOPID.


.-) GREAT M ID-WINTER1 .h




ClEARING fiND S T K TI8NG 8 All[!


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



Big Bargains!



Big Bargains:
IN T.\1;A." I I:'.. IN ti. II.. NA i':, I NS. A.


Big Bargains:
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Big Bargains:
I.A, II SI.iK \ND HRI.LIANTINE li AND LAI)IES
FI.ANN L AND SILK \.Al:-.


Big Bargains:
OUI: ENTII!-: WELL ELECTED MAMMI lH -SHOE I)EPART-
MENT: EVERY PAIR (GUARANTEED).


Big Bargains!
MEANS BOYS' AND CHILDREN'S C'LO'HIN(: ALSO MEN',
SHIRTS AND WINTER UNDERWEAR.


Big Bargrain.!
INN OUR -MIL4LINERY DEPAR. TMNT.N'r
Sailor- and Walkin,- Hat-a. worth $ ~-arilt A! 7--j s; it : Iu Cia-
ill-stiI.- kht .-15" al 444.


Big Bargrains!
INN 'A R F'S NI ATT4I N G!. W 'N Do(XV s, 1 b1 v i.c t.- 'r .FiN
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COME AND I-EE THE GROLGEAT SELECTION.


Y,)iRhS ANXIOl-S T() PLEAS.T

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F. E. BRAWNER'S.K


STOCK-TAKING


SALE


CONTINUES THROUGHOUT THE WEEK:


TDese Goods are all t;is SeaSop's Buyirq ard will


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