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DAILY


NEWS


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VOL. 30.


PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY AFTERNOON, FEBRUARY 24, 1900.


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


tiOLD DUST.


' Housework is haid work without GoldDusti


'W-hing Dish Cloths






C. 1 .7jst V'4s*nw Powvdcr


WAL0

r.',a. rA"~II 33KEOMPANY.
coa-eve. 'Lcurt owft 7 MyO*SOil..


\JIi\(j liii


Mh. II.%,% H ,ERE.
;IA- .'rriated Tiata Mornmeg :aal An-
chor'ed in i tihe St. anam


'T li'e unhotMathi:az. wn, i- t4a
lIL li i *. p.z it:'; ,',te iin t Pa' ea'nu. 'a r-
itilal, arrav.d thli i, rnizar .

i-.v the Daily News' Best Pa- S'.e is a lmt;.atifiul 'craft and is bhe-
trons Arc Prospering. ng a:re by a tuber af 'pacta-
tors from the various wharves.
The M:tac'iu' ke-el was land ;:i 1Ml.
roughh It n:.rt. a letion Ha' She ha a (d .-laceP 'it of 1,177 tone,


sc '',le4il th Ie ,ll After the Holi


Sand a spe.( olt 15 4 knots. Her ei-


olayM.awndHu einns." to lpeki.nanThow .
.l. ine is ?.,I; horse power and she is
\\'hi, Invll it TIhroiilut
Thoi het) 4 feet in length and 32; fe- t in
%,..- -


\.~-w e oain.'-. :a well :i-, let r#-i -


r il -i i-t'ndi y 'It-er ir- ofa i ',
t I-v'at I N a i i t -".':m I wjaa-'i a i'
.!.mgitif wat:id i' lt'iti-'tiiet. i

-' ,i' 0l4aak it m11p. It I,. bottc 1

a' t! '. *'. ;Ao: l A'rI nt t '%, -I


breadth. 1Her crew conami-ts of
eleven lhic"r. anad (one himidied and
forty-t .ie men.


Dr. Bulil's Cough Syrup is not a common
''''. r !'d iti. u. t I a i ,slat i t-.,. or iaia it




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"---- W 'i:;n s ; Ij,. 't,-l 4tac i] t I1, I.r ;- w t.
I, l,,vv- 'ol "Co. 1s -; eliiaL: T ,tr. ..-
v- th l ev t I f.re :I- t tI l- t-llll .1 anttl, .W R t :. I I I y IdF I rani kllun;
S "i' t I. a 'tu-e t! l',. nlat ] o l..'k t1 ,'1 N S>e l .1 te l e lv ,.. '- i lt.- 'I'. S! rontg a, .il h 1is-
e ', w to alvarti-,e liberally .-it aatfn 'nd \VIn. a ih t let .fI 0 'o Mr' W-
S : 'e, '.,II.. i % ..-t l ; 4 1##'t of nrip-'nt loh t 7
4 N,' tii -'< 't (If n r |1 i ) T it li l t I." .
ro.. t aAl anldttr atadhlarlt and % ,if- t, it. F- M -
) W lV -,>Il A ( ',,. op;',-|' t h' ...... : Nortl i .o h s ... n b 27.k -'7. ,'&t t Kllln
.," (| ,)nlti ll e- to re- -eve tract. IS t
%t-llo- It. loo,i.. Rulb% fl.-rryv. Fatinlt, T.
i,,'e rr-r e -tof tabletabl, anld S.rO gKanlo IIU h sntilid w'n. FI-hI.l" a;nl
..." a l, rodlte'. wife toot.n.vi'.-\, '. Il' r fikhlll. '*W -t l f.-,-t
ttri)-nlt lot -s and ',*mt' 41*. 't-,t arl .ii.t I,,t 7'.
.. ni. I -(.llllnl A- ( 0' .. i, f the ', a y. an Intmt i r. .1 ( I.
t~het'k 'J% ~~" teliollultracl' t $1.
Sk. t t.ore, hive pr'batblv ld Netli- 1'. K is. l.'1anai- 1r. -.: rnc anral iI --
,n- fromni their i.t; l ja.ig tain I"- n'I t thauni ev e r h -foret i Il'c'rv ': win -st 4- fet- a ei ( -.t4t ., I ifarI.'-nt loi.
Sw A t 1 aid MAil >-I- Iamte'-,'t-s i t lor i Idiit 1 ".I
Sl-tor. hilt they have a InIW tlockL, Kiniut tract. $1
: i t-. i- .'ue. Read it all care- tnith. Wtilhim atad Iti asr. Al.ian4er
tonsainuetl t'. 'liniitay: 141 I)y 7t f..-to tatr lh.k
l. IC t Kinnz tvaI .t.':!.'.
----- lll^ IK<-. l;l l' rry. A rn. nit w
.a.>h C.'letmal. the popular and wife to Mrs.. Fannie T. Mtr.ong: 4%'It
S. r. ha- a new advertis- lenlt ill of '\ fAr'it otot7i an d '. arl 5 12 i-
t.-.rf-t tit ,4t4 i"[ and '-O, ,Uhta'ckt "-.. Belnua'
" .- i--.ue, and thot-e who ineed 'tract. S.
, g nooI- inll hi line. at liv ing .;1 4. Van Pelt andl wife to .laich Koeh, :
.will do well to rtead It and i'art f t .. ec ;. tp21.. t west. 'n .
". J..i. H',e ,i aailt '~wt l.ai,) .1. rirlia tC-
.- W ith h11111 liart. Nortil of lot 7 an1i ill .f lot ,l
t t ,,k :3:. 'Eint KIng tract, s .',.
Sn a a ( 'inkg N gre t it Eti a t King I treat' B. .lt I.t t -i.. $Si i
l* in ti e' W e-terit lut:t'I. <( i '; \Mar% l'-rr.v .I al I,-'rst o T I. Ii r:,ti o
.n .t i.tl oard .er ti l .. t'ltrt tfot I" a d :'. p1 -'-.
r 0 loT '--n tia .. & N. It I. 4'.$ lt.r : a.
S-- i .. ti a 1 ia to. 1- (',. thle oal to i; ti InI.w'. in w a .- It. Ka 'kn-r
l. I 1. t -rirI t;m.I eI- | -
I T ,i ,rdl' im for ti,.'l 1e'fare ,
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I n a tmgt Ie p4-a rlv11:j rt ) c ta har.
I','.I c-mltrarte-d a b-a I cemhld svicic
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ni I.om! a.'i' Ia d nel ill .aI i!;cipi''ait

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t'.il t re h~t tq I at I('f I a~i'' a-tn

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ii .l~i.h. :'a- :21S. ".1'.1 f'N -I. .


Mtlr. 4 Pct. A br~a -In Sn S :I *I.I 1r, mfet-sar
of %v.-.ctltl ttsaa'ic iin t.e('little-rC,n-l
-s..0o1atdn. e ec~lyd-ire a fs-w
jt;jWh10 3re not talmieto' rtad
j, -i, in oa 'rdl ,I' t o d e111aoii ?'iit at e


I pIT~UmA-tv eirMgues-t"were entertained. A
EVE NITSdtwist del ghtful 111Ilti wa'. se-rved.
th- -ard-;. Iar w.i icl i re' eattiful
mifnirs. h;:ivi ng on11thle outbid e a

THE 1-EE Is ithiamgraji led repr-senbitia'n 4f the

T .:i- 4teDewti-' borotghilv -,swell-' aimdtip to)(idit,
(.1111 % iii, ki-l", ;t the ho,'ilE 1 Ats rv*iir~tid'n and servia-e. '[lt,
4k ~Pctl1 e a f cut of the a'veliaiig W;!i
a.! N r-.i'. F. ~~:al on e Wt pr~c#natioitjttin af a itedrul 1v the-
J ~h .n-u~ .~ 'F." ir' izf /e a Uvi ted Sajcia ty a ftie ,)jlQ o4thle
r.r~ ~-" a ~ il1N.-y Enmit Rev,.utio:i t Na j -) r It. M. Ca'.ry,
~)j4.*~~ p j/~ ~ ~iI "lin;tir~lt forthraoii
i~jj -.hi~''.V.*~ ,''~i ltt- Juldgy- A.A#,Yryanal Chaplain la lr%'

t-,a' M 'aNr-. Furl MI'-and ~Ithe (01i thi' :in evelningth I.'.


t',,divs a little a, r iiltn i 'it. wa- carried
.,,f b M i-s 11 tr-ii.
.*. vfiinaig -aiti'h"r eX-
tr a- ;* ticti;-'it.ttl in l;y the G *-r-
i.:.: !e; : : .d it-; gI -. -v-
,r'* ,, :I u;pl fir-t atte-nd-d
; l t Li:1 i:e -p f h v !] 4 f ( I l-
SI i ul ,. aitilld i my "look, -
>ni" (lr,,ipp.-l iln their l:tt-r part of t.'*
eveniiii. up n th,.ir return from t:.e
opera l.aia thtus in kiang an ulius i-
tally well filed liall. The dancers
all seemed iln tine spirits, the cos
tutiUes oI tne ladie- very pretty. t;he
upper delicious and the evening al-
t',gether a lovely aid enjo)yab)le oil".
There were twenty-two couples pre--
Miss I ottls iPitt and Frank Ross.
'1Mis Stella White and W. M. Pitt.
Miss Mary Chtllin of Milton and
Fannin Chiplev.
Miks Daisy Hyer and J. Whiting
Hver.
.Miss- Leah Chaflin of Milton and S.
M. Cross.
Miss Harriet Cross and Dr. F. M.
Thigpen.
Miss Alice Kessler and C. E. Mer-
ritt.
Miss DeVinie of C;aliforni .a:id Guz.
Eitzell.
Miss D)ai-ye Wright and A. A.
Brook-.
Mis- Mollie Watiren apd T. W.
'inlt.
M-Ns1s Ilella Qi'ina and IR. .Tur-

Miss :M.'y Swaiine and E1. (Quina.
Miss Miarie lTylor and R. A.
French.
Miss hei-intger and J. C. WVats, n.
M is', Verina H. Alknii and McKl't
McClellan.
Miss Maniie' Morritt and C. VW.
Merritt.
Mi-s Marie Sulliva.n and R. C.
White,.Ir.
Miss HBerta ]lyor and Henry IHyer.
Miss M ary Aikein antd J. S. Mc-
(;.11L'LI y
.11t-- N. lie MTallry Ialid I 1..
1 1i d\ .1411.
li, ::. antl .M r-. .M 1)ln. of ')rt
Si rrI Ia 'i-.
Mi- -- Fimnni.e Aikeni nai VW.
)'C. K -- Ir.
Stag---Mntnsild 3Mr,,n >. 1). F.'
S.ulliv'a J. C'. Av ry, Ji.
I'he l Marri'd I( diess' Enicir.- cl' ')
wf-re Imidst plea-iantly 'Int.rt Aina Il at
th!e hoine of 11r. S. Kahin -i l:F-t
(ig'eory street. Four tahl s w. re,
tilled with ldides who were ,.,:z'r tao
add to their collection of china a
tlalf dtlz# i1 lovely c-ike I)lts, which
w'i-e won, as fllrst prize. loy I Mr1.
l.uis Frit.dmian. At live o'cl,,ck tl.e
gaines closed and dainty re-resh-i
Iments were then placed on) tlie
tables to be enjoyed by those
pr -sent The Imeeting on -next Tuo--
day will he at the residence, of Mrr.
IB. personn ou West (i:idsden street.
W\tdnhsday evening Mii' Alice
Kessler entertained in the parlor of
Hotel Escambia -'ibout iftry of her
friends at one of the most. delighlttul
cald parties ,of the seasoui. The
roomms were prettily decorated in
palm-. Twelve tables were tilled
a;nd eleven galines played. when it
W;as n:lnouni(',.d that NMiss Blanche
(iuttmann and NIi.-' Mary Aiken,
Having won thie highest and an
equal number of igamines, were to pluy
a Iand for fir-it prize. The excite-
mient then became quite intense and
every one gathered around the table
whele tthe two young ladies sat ta'
decide who should be victorious.
Miss (itittimann proved to be the
fort'tlnate one, and was presented
with a lovely ;ilt-framed muirorr.
Mr lo,) wonI getntliinan's tirst prize,
a pair of silver tipped abany Hmill-
tary brushes: N11-s) l)a-v' Hyer.
S -conll' tadiet .pr lA/, a blue gau]Z"
fjn NI-. Henry flyer, geiilellitAn's
s-cond prize. a -ilver paper knife.
I'ulnct wa- e-rved dourinlg the galln-s.
anMl a-o soon )i the priz-- weli
a.twarded tte a ume-ts wV.e ushered
intoa the -ap:t.'loti dii. g roo)ll.
where a Ionz. tal.le with beautiful
d-c(la;iins If pinik c:trniatini- wa'.
spre dtl with -ut)-t tiitlutl- ;arii ilain-
ties fr thie title '.;tia t.ne--ts. A.li-uxN w re i.' iI ;l )h aut
,an*- a:. i; Vwi!hi x' re--nas i; all ;i
.liles t,, th .i r -..r n i I.. '-- iof
;i\'1 1 p,1 -- ,I .1 ;llt- ],1 ,t.;:l t V rlh -
I I.. .

'iU n i,,t! a i a f w l,.-' w r.
; ,ye' d .tt a. i 'r.' r -- 'cl'N, ,)l
lm;til! ..l- r W ''. l .e ;.li/'. ,t \ l-\
,I.11,'ii W t- I :ll '.:'- J ;t. r -,1int
ti.,tr-.

T'le "l' ,':nr-1a.y :i:' r:n *" u^Lr-
>' ib !;,Id t1, ir la-t I t ne-:,:. \V lta*e--
,1 v "af e".'"la n iit 1.''" l'u a' t 3 i-s
l.izzie Ilger-. M. i-- A.-A ti : w.' t t


,i: -t priz,, a cake p!ae; tMr-. H. E.
L. DIaniell1 con >l'-ttion. a pr, ty pill
tray. anid Mr-. Me-ick the bolb\. a
,bx ,f candy. 'I re club will mI-ee;on
next Thurn ay with Mrs. Welles.


Aikenvt ave to their danmin;r u lpil-
mat Clutte'r's hall a el.arniir', ,- ''re,.
which wus soa well attended thaitt h.-
side the dian:'ers on the 1o1, ,r almost
the entire' row of el.airs ioa-inl the
hall was tilled with sp -cttor-. whoa
"aseem'ed Iboe i)int'er.-ted andl chanliltad
'vith thpe tracet'il iiaoveients oi -**
iiialhy little omanes, all daintily r'dre-- d
and eul'lc t1ce expres-ive of so mnutch
plea uri.. Trie march of :l)tout fifty
pupil', led by L'izar(ah1 ainal Helen
Whaley, w:,s a marvel. Like little
soldiers. ,.iach one carrying a l1g.,
they m'irched single file, by twos.
foulr-, eights. ob)liquiely :and then the.
columntis divided in tw,, one half
marching under the crossed flags of
the other column, making a most
attractive picture. These young la-
dies certainly have made a most
marked success in training the "lit-
tle tots" in the terpsichorean art.
The younger pupils left about ten
p. in. From then until twelve the


LIIMORS OF


BOER DISASTEi


But the War Office Cannot Con-
firm Reports.


lD ) an la)spamll Ti%'e Il |'114 I {-ele o'f
Iatl. o l i al .ind ieurre'lde'r oi (Gen.
(roi.j.,. liIt Therel is NoOllivnal Ite-
p),rt ol' Eilther -i4'.ilntorcenlmeitEn n
RIoute to Help (oal.je.
IoN(ION, Febl. 24.-A Dutrban dis-
patch brings rimnors of British suc-
ceases, which, if true. means practi-
cally the ending of the B( e war.
The reports, which aro i.efieved at
Durban, are that Lady smith hal
been relieved: that Crnnia anId w 00


older pupils together with any visit-1 ... '
ors who chose to join in the dance men have surrendered; that ,oth
passed the time very delightfully to' Kitchenor and Cronje were sli *,/
the measure of Barrios' inimitable wounded and that 700 Boer4 C
music. Several of the German fig- been killed and wounded on .." ,r
ures were introduced and rendered river.


with grace and SKill.
Tlhursilay Ibeiti a holiday thle ten-
nis courts were filled and the Golf-
ers were decidedly en evidence. A
very pleasant way of throwing the
sporting social world together.
The .Misss Wentworth entertained
the Thursday Afternoon Euchre
club on that evening. The s-core
card. were exceedingly pretty and
appropriate. s'-uveniis lfor Washing-
ton's birthday, being silver and tgilt
hatchets. Seven tables were filled
and after eighteen gaities were
played the prizes were awarded as
tol1ows: L-dies fir-t prize. a slilvN-
nut cracker, to Mi-s Lizzie ,g, 'r- :
IMrs. IlBz hliil:m c iiCMIls l;itionl. silver
pon, al(Id 1MIiss Smithl. b)aoy. ;a
hatchet tied with cr'imon rihhblm;
(entlt men'- fir-t prize, a *ilv,-r
lloiiiit(io' c'lillb, to n M r. StillHiianl:
c(n-ol.tioln. a silver pencil. NMr. An-
ders.on; booh)y. a toyv drmi. tied within
rihbbo. Mr. ) avi-. I>bliciou re-
fri 'hnients were then served and
,," est-Pt departed after a very de

MNi-- D)i-y Cohen entert ained! tlhe
Y()unt-g Ladies' Euchre club Thiurs-
lday aft, rnioon. Mi-s Sarahl Kahn
win first prize, a lovely gold purse;
1Mi. Louise Kahn, second prize, a
bottle oft perfume. At five o'clock
d.lintlly refreshments w 're -erved
tand tile 'evteniurllcamen to a close with
the promise of a reunion at Miss
S:tra;. Dannheisser's on next Thurs-
day.


A: ('lutter's hall Friday evening
Mrs. Hing[am gave a very success-
ful and delightful card party, from
whi'-h was realized a good sum for
the benefit of St. Michael's church.
There were twenty-two tables and
at half-past ten o'clock the prizes.
were di-tributed as follows: Mrs.
Hagetrman, ladies' first prize, a hand-
some vase; Mrs. Martin, ladie"' sec-
ind priz-, a beautiful drawn work
scarf; Mr. Sam Gonzalez. gentle-
man's fir-t prize, a !.ilk umbrella;
Mr. Hal Brosniaham, gentleman'-
second prize. a silver mounted
clothes bi u-uh; Mrs. Turtle of the
navy yard won the consolation, a
very daintily embroidered picture
frame. Delicious sandwiches and
punch were serve-d after the cards.
At the close of the gaines, Miss Har-
gis delighted the guests with whi.t-
ling in her most charming manner
the "Mocking Hird" and "Way
l)own I pln the Newanee River."'
After thi, a little dance was indulged
il and the pleasant evening thus
elided.

A vl'y elegant dinner was riv i n
'oni W.dne-day by Mr-. Will Irrn-
inll r o honor f hr -. Will not -ay
what birthidav. The le orati -
were delicate aild beautif ul con-i-'-
ill;g ,,* white hyaeinlth;s ;tni fr.r -,
1,*utonniter- of the samrne lovely flow-
,r-' h- irnr furni-hed for the ,.'-i t:h'-
Im-n n;.td a biUiqluet f,,r eaHch lady.
(ov' ers we-i lain for f tirtt.enl ainl H
n1,t-il1 worthy o)f tt:e oeci'sioiin wa--
--rved,.

'" 1 % t t1

CELEBRATED -C :.::pi:.
k. ,tit'* j) r

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I vea ::, o

I 1ea-, co


Malaria.
Fever a:-'
Agne.


Ip tC noon :he war office hat -
ceived( no news to confirm either
Sstorp y and milita.is's' place no cre-
dence it: the rumors
Li st tight"t'- di-itches say that
the bomb.irdinfnt of Cronmje's posi-
tion co itinuis ; th:tt part of his free
tri, d t,) h.'ve the liagi; r. but were
driven back.
There was little chaiingeo in the sit-
atiomn last night, except that a large
British supply codlunim had arrived
and reported 2.i Bo) B-',rs operating
north of Paardeburg. Thursday
night after the last shot had been
tired the Shropshire- ru-hed forward
toward the bed of the river ana
found a number of dead BoaRers.
(enier.il French v captured 7 7,more
p1 i-rliers Who hald pre.vio:i-ly es-
' ined Iromn thie c'.rdotis a;nd the
pl:irol to te W i'-tw.ird calpturled ;;0
milore.
Four 'zeiar.aik- atre kirt tao hat'
l!rryving to reitnfotrce- ('rinje. Thl-i
r e 'ri -l o,. l..ta, (;ir,( l)er and
I) wet.

,I t 'al"<- E, t ionr
Ar-e .r.:iJ. hut Skin Fruption- rob
lift f .,y. Buia'klmn's Arirmea S.alve,
.'ire- thh-in : ma Old. liunnin- and
Fver S. re-,. 'lcer-, Boil-i, Felonis,
Corn.. Wart-. Cuts. Brui-,s. Burn-.,
Sc;ld-. Chlapped Hind-. ('hilblains,
lBe-t Pile cure' on 4 ;rth. Drives out
'Pains and Ached Only 2. (' ts. at
h)r)x. ('ure it'irant,-ed. Sold by W .
A. D'Al-.tiberte.
ATTENTION :
Mleimbers l'ensadaola Idmiga. No. 8.
Klirihts olr l'yl hI. .ma


Attend regular ma-eltiiLr Monday
night, Feb. 2;thi. at 7"::s;' o'v!oek.
Work iji the rank of knight by the
famous Senatoriitl 'T'eati. and "other
important busine-s. .meminbhers of si.--
ter iod,;e;, and vi-iting brothers cor-
dially invited.
H. JrI O.FVINE. C.
H. H0oSLt.:R, K. of R. & S.
TO CURE A COI.I IN ONE DAY
Take laxative Bromo Quinin#e Tableto. All
druggists refund the rnoney if It ftiau toi
cure. VI. W. rove'as biguature iA onu ach
bo x. 2c.

3 'ou ca n h a ve gla.'se.'prop-
erly fitted for your eyes that
are a comfort and a pleas-
ure to wear, by Dr. I1f Wil-
cox, the Optician, at A'. ..
.Indersen's. lJeweler.
MACHINE SH4l)P F't RENT.
Thle inahine-lOe ahop ail hialer
work-s itiit:Aed on South .JotflY-e ai
-ti eet I 'entr.l wlhairf :til frier m lv
) a i'' i; i f(l ) v Jl ja es II .A: -. I)w
for rent. Apply I t,
TH ('. WV \ i N CA (a .
I' t. A .;: *'n1 -.
Mlot Luainchi on Mardlai *(.'
I. ii,-- m[f St. .M ihe l'- ,. ri.ji w ill
ae'rve ,Ot hlunih on .1M iiI s (Ira- dAl y
in M1 .J. N. Anrnrov.-' -'a e .. n a ;i, al:m-
f,'X -'t et. .a-.,tniable [price- Will
[Are 1i itle- proni-ing (donl -
tion- :t,- r r# Iqez -ted to, h;av th e llt-
te-r sei't in by "Saturday n# xt. 2.ftIt

Tha Escalliil Furnitore Co.
Ham- .Just R'eceived a l.r'
'a .' .


INSISTS ON A VERDICT.
Attorney Genir-rai Nolan ('laimns Evi.
.tr* n'' ai a >ultli WX" ii r F I,'.T. Feb. 2.-When the
.qetiar tcotn!iiitteO on elect'noIs met thiu
morning. Mr Fauikner, 'r the defense
in thie ('lark c'a.e, aztn ,uutied that be
had determined to tet :.r d:t tiresent.
TI're mtcht l-. two or thr,',- witnesses
to be calledd later, bar. tn.ac they were
iot now inl atten.iaanl,
Mr. 'iark wtwa rceal:ie f',r a few an-
important questions and then Attorney
ienieral Nolan of0 Montana was placed
upon the stand by the protestaont in
rebuttal of the testimony adduced by
the witnesses for Mr. Clark.
Mr. Nolan said he had become ac-
quainted with Marcus Daly in 186 siad
that while he had been in office aimes
that date. Mr. Daly had never i iay
way attempted to interfere with hi ia
the performance of his duties
Referring to the grand jury proceed-
ing, Mr. Nolan said that he had sold
the court that $30.000 used by Whbio-
side t his exposure was evideae
enough of conspiracy on she pan of
Whiseside or of bribery on the part of
WPc-lme and that he insisted om
611 a onue way or another.

0 Lull's Cough Syrup is the remedy on
. ".ich you can dilp'nd for th- cur* of a pro-
Sracited coutgh or lung afTrcllitn broihtmon
t by exposure toa cold. It ta tlio. mcut ex. lentt niedlt in' sold. A lidtia' co(s only


Who is Rader?

He's is the Furniture
Man.

A SOLID C.ARLO.IA
Of DutTy's Malt Whi-ke y. the be t f, r
niedicinal aid family u-.*, has bhepr
received by Eutrene Arbou). :mod I e
is selling it at $1 a bl)ottle. It i-4 tt.-
most reliable matdi ket for lung troubles, .dysmpsia, de-
bility ai nd ialari.a. Try it.

Five Thousand Rolls
of Wall Paper in -t. -k, all of thefia-
t,-t pattern-, ari dm reI r io'orinu.
Pl ices from i s- tdo $1.7.' pe) roll. J. E.
I)-s & (Co., N,. I I N. Pala.fox,
i n'h, :''2. 24f-tf
I ii-(! hironc';iti- i v. rv -;. i t r fir
yr-ars aitd no1 iedlic'li'e g;igve' nit- per-
nm i tiiit relief till I I)-; gati to< tak; .
One Minrute ('ugh ('ur,'. I krow it
is the be-t cauitihii imedicne madee."
says .1 Koontz.,('orry. I'a. It quickly
cures cotlghl-, c'ld, c(roiup, thmna.
grippe and throat mnid lfiill trouble.
It is the children's f. ivorite remedy.
Cures quickly- llargis' Parniacy.
John Sheppard and S. KKahn.

Don't buy anything in
furniture or house furnish-
ings until you hare seen
Marston 4' Finch's stock.
Their prices are low: their
stock is complete, and they
will sell you what you wivant
on lon.g time.

Three Large Stores
Full of FI'RNI'TI'E. The first
line of Walnut Bedroomn uitep ever
shown in Pensacol:i. Pretty, neatly-
fini-hoed .191i oak Itedrooinm luitel at
all prices. Ilattan and Cobbler Heas
Rockei big and little, cheap and
high. Look at them.
0. M. PRYOR'S
Bargain I''urnishing House.
EVERY IltOP


*' t,'ii~re *1I);&! oe' in a
Ir''T i tlr.I i i.I I I rPp J4

a r'i'" .w i*r" t.-. t
~ ar r ip*. I. 4.,.
Pa r*-l 'r f.,x 4 ) 'l~ :7S


I':VOi o0 t( hef r l-il l- 1 -
Bug-Proof TI V A
iitn tt. iT\ ayer, Take Notice


Who is Rader? March 1st interest on
your City Taxes will be
He's the Man that sels8 One and One-Half Per
Furniture so Chean for !.


T


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NO. 19.


S MNO
Feic tl


I Makes the food moe delicious and wholesome
POVO*Lt iAmK POW0t4 CO., mew veOQ.


I i f I i I t I..


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2 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY FEBRUARY 24, 1900.


IMPIOYMKINT OFPeO.
Rlmg up 382 or call at the office.
11 North Palafox street. when in
need of a carpenter. B. D. Hoffman,
Besinues Agent of the Carpenter's
ad Joinrers' 1',ion. will furnish you
with th' t help ou short no.-
-: *.tl t


GAS




RANGES


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All Connected
Ready for Use
for...


$13.00!1
". -^ -- .

To those new comers
just setting up house-
keeping these Ranges
are just the thing.


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


PSmICOLA G CO.,


No. 3 S. Palafox Street.


James Hudgies'


Boiler Uforks


Steamboat and Sawmill
Work a Specialty.

:teani Boilt-r-. Tanks- anrld S t Iron
Work ian;tiufactu'ed and lHe-
paired. P, ';' Fittini 41
All Kind-'.

H9 to 813 Souti P1afhx Stree,
pi. < ,,. ".',. 'i i ,'|il;ol, "-.


A MAMMOTH AUDITORIUM.
Kansas City Prrpared to Entertala
the ('ortiventlnoa.
KaS.sAS CnY. Feb. 23.-C.nvention
bai;, where tie national D mocratic
convention wi.i be feid in Ju.y, has
be-.n 'asked by travelers as one (f the
iartest andi rnmot per!fett.y constructed
aU.i,'o:lunts 1uin steuce.
Tn'e t,:ai sear;ng capacity ig nearly
'').0J0 and with sraria;.'g room:. the
buiidiiig 1i. Cipri ta oet ho!diu; iiincre than
.,j ~eo;-i' e .'ie urenA a.one seats
4 Ou. To e:acih -,ie cf tue arena and
under the r.r.t iraicony are numerous
ccmuLu:ttee rooms. which have their
separate street entrances. Toe build-
img has no stairways. the upper seatings
being reached by means o: inclinedd
tian- s Separate exits are used for the
teconitea and roof garden. and it is esti-
ma Ct that the hail can be emptied at
the rate cf 5,010 people a minute.
The building was erected at a cost of
$'.5.0'0. raised entirely by public sub.
scription. It ,.'e-upies a piece of ground
3'4x'00 test ina extent. is two stories
high and is hbui, of native stone, cream
bri.k and terra cotta. Tue first story
is of the renalseauce style of architec-
ture, anit the second story is peristyle
form with ground and columns. The
buaiding is o: bridge construction, with-
out a column, the roof being supported
by great ste-I girders that span its 200
feet of breadth Its general seating ar-
t.angement is mooe:ed somewhat; upon
iae p an of the Metropolitan Opera
House. New York Tue flocr space is
divided into arena, arena balcony. bal-
cony and roof garden, boxes skirting
the arena and arena balcony. The stage
is situated in the center o: the arena.
Its acoustic propel ties have received
especial praise. Hon. William J. Bryan.
who last June addressed the head camp
of the Modern Woodmen of Amer:ca
in the hall. said later:
"It is hard to conceive how Conven-
tion hall could be improved upon for
the purposes of large public gather-
ings."
Dwight L Moody. the evangelist.
who faced in this hail some of the larg.
est crowds that he had ever addressed,
said from the platform:
"I ceine 1.000 miles to find the best
hall I hate ever spoken in."


"Aftor doctors failed to cure. tlo
Orf pieun (.C-112I _'ni'o attnd thlr--' 1bottle-i 4l' it
cur.,J o11o. It is dl,,) tle i)b tt I- Tnt(dy
on tarti h fol r whioonini r c',.i l'. It
etirEd illy raicldchildre i of thi.
w,>r-t ca-.'" write- Jnio. Ilt 'ry. Lo-
gan.to,n P.. It i- tli. ,only !anrn sl,-
renitdy t!ai:t ivw-s imiM Mt,.i..t, r,- -
Silt-. Clir'- coCn h-. <',ld~, f!"ipl
aind throat and Initi tn-tlli-s. It
prevent- r.>n-umi tioii. ('Childre. all-
way- lilt, it. M oti,,r-4 ind0,or-,, it.
Hlargi-' i'l;;iri;it'y. Jo,!h : S t-pi.lrd
ai1d S. K;ilm.


CASTOR IA
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Bears tne
*iguhture of '


BE'(3001) TO Y()UPfSi-Thl and
u'u) '(1 to pill frivind--~. XN*1,4a V4.I





Tiy Ttic :Ntw-, l'icewi- .j-I4

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NOTI IF'.


THE HEINE ACADEMY OF MUSIC,
No. % Nort1, l'.t::i'fo" S '.rt, .
MISS EVELENE M. HEINE, Pr,;:cipli.
MISS IDA PIAGGIO. As.ijant.
V o.ee. l.1nn -. V .I-011 1 i o I'Jani -
yttelfUl; :*", OUlttt. iI'th. i n th l Mifi "*'n .
-- -
Best Patent Flour.
Our B,'.,f Ind 1 Io'f
Patent is the he.' can be pr'.urcd e 1 bY/ i i/
mill.
Foreef .,Ue '.t i.s i, r o0
th be lct Brea/fj(a.vst Foow on
the market.
.All ade 1ih The r(. E.
Sbaeard .iw Co. and fir-
sale /I .Vew ()rleans Gro-
cery Co.


Phone 105.


lfProprieilr.
Proprietor.


1, :Ali .. .. ..1"11, '

7 '4







.)f Ilemiltrll"Ai 114.1 '
t-- t ~'fum-)i A LA 44 44'and he s- (
fil I' r 2'.,' 'ite -l,41a e h r m -
1,-ipI Fi*i n( vf-k(1 IIII.%uIton or tw-. -
M 4,ndmY In :- .A.1)
W t ." r%. :-l y .I N, z



In n : 1Plumiitlff44. .4tt(42 nv3-


including Startn ed Linen Center,.
Scarfs, ofa (Cus-hions, Etc.


CUREYOURELF~Battenbarg an~d Pol
rCHIC HESTER *%FA ISM I-rw44T;
tyGauuC., ta4,r 2 : Ni
SAaFLe vo i-. .-. -T eP bi s


int laee Pattqvsrt
:R A IDS.


IAWNV WOiK
[nvitefl to'.Call.


The


Cruel Knife!

It is absolutely useless to r-pcet a
Surgical operation to cure et(wer. orT
any other i'!ood disea-.. Th.,' cruelty
ot such treatment is iillsitrat.id rn the
alarming nimle rof deaths )ihs h re-
sult from it. Tlhe di-. e> is p :, the
blood. and hence can not Ix- cut out.
lNine times out of ten the surgeon'i
knife only hastens death.
My sin had a rEI.t malignant Cnncer. f-1;
which the dt-tors aid an opwratin vwai the
only hopi*. The,.ptr-
ationn Vas a svre
Oile. a It W3a i]irc (eS
sary to ct (iown to
the jawbone and
serape it. Beore & a
great while the (an-
cer returned. and he
can to grow rapidly.
'e gave him many Yt
remedies without re- ,
ll|, an r l finu Ily, .
upon the advice of a &
friend. decided to
try S. ,.. S. (Swift's
Specif"i. and witl!
the second bottle he 9\ \
began to improve. After twenty bottles had
been taken. the Crner disappeared entirely
and he was cured. The cure waA a ermnan'inl
one. for he Is now seventeen v earsold.and hi;t
never had a sign of the dreadful da<.seas to re
turn. .1. N. NI'RIOCn.
279 nodgrass St., Dallas, Tt-as.~
Absolutely the only hope for Cancel
is Swift's Specific,


S.S.S.e oBlood
as it is the only remedy which gore
to the very bottom of the blood at-l
forces out every trace of the disn,-e..
S. S. S. is guaranteed purely vegetable,
and contains no potash, mercury, ot
other mineral.
Books on Cancer will oe mailed frec
to any address by the 6wift Specifce
Co.. Atlanta. (i,.


NOTICE.
n I a ~ I~t .- i-of I.:`;-ate.of.
s. H. If utl*i-lt ii, 124.IW
frot,, I %%II iI iipil\ to llit 4.,I'i:ItY t it.'

H utI' !ji ti~oji,dec .t-a--t
'J'Iim 4Ic Itol ier 21tIi;I Ell. 44


"ICETIC
'~~~~~,' ~ ~ ~ o (4 ji;i ..v Ih 2 4 h.- city

Iti*Of I n'll- e-fa. qi I*l't l-l, c'di~t !i,- ,--t?4 h,
M.u Cfl% tI *t.ii it4114 ~: lit-.~
lint. rof I lit, re (ft;1 !I !.(.tli

.;;ttI#-% ot, :I" .jI\:f!
E .I I. lit!
f .4. I 4W 11Ill 11 .' Ill, I
Cl ea Uiinizt ladieos -kirts anrd w~i..;t-;
k t-ie of out -pileialti- !-. Statl ,ill,-
d ry. -
FI'I)RIDI) AND) GULF AL.N1) CO.

A Ilii-t-itag of the s.ttickI'''1i of
will !we held lat the 4,fli'..*If t ill. civi.
"altIVitl tiui, dv. 'Ill ltl-dav. iAjrch
F. B. fl~it )N \

PARKER"
HAIR BALSAM
Frorni4em a lotuziant pu I' I
PNevcr Fail& to C ,e(rayl
Hair to Its Youthful1 Cc'or I
CUzt. 1.alp & 11ae tsr 1,.. U,;.


'BRYAN IN THE GATE CITY.'
Delivers a Stirring -p#eh at the
State Capitol.
ATLANTA., Feb. 2.-Hon. William J.
Bryan arrived here this morning frci:o
Columbus. GL Ha1 was met at tni,
train by a committee from lthe Young
3ieu's Democratic league of Fnl:on
county and conducted to the residence
of Colonel Albert Howell. who enter.
tainad hii during u;s stay in the city.
At noon Mr. Brya.n ue.d a reception
at the K.mbail Hl[oue where an im-
miense crowd too.< advantage of toe op-
postuuity to shake the hand of the dis-
tinguitsedi Dewocratic; leader. Tne
time waq teected so that laoor:ng men
could take advantage of the noon hour
to miert him.
After the reception Mr. Bryan re-
turioie to the re-iaence of Col.nel How-
ili f( r lunca In the afternoo.ai he en-
joyeu a carriage d(r.ve over the city and
wai shown the principal point of in-
terest.
Mr. Bryan sp3ke tonight at the cap-
itol. in the hall of the house of repre-
sentatives. every available foot of space
being occupied by eager listeners. He
was introduced in a brief speech by
Edgar Latham. president of the Young
Men's Democratic league. Mr. Bryan
held his large audience in rapt atten-
tion while he presented a masterful dis-
cussion of the national issues which vo-
ters will be called upon to decide at the
presidential election this year.


"DjeWitt's Little E llk Th-t 1-4 did
mie wore- 2L~ood than aour i!jlIi vt-r
took.- The 1:anaiol-,little p1w i;-lqr



86A-l t~e The Knd Y03 FH.,dA',luis 9



Do You W~ant

To Be Pretty?


ATTENTION, LADIES A


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


We've got the
thing for you:


right


Cream De Beaute.


Highly recommended
for a skin beautifier. It
will remove freckles
and make the skin
clear and smooth.
PARKER DRUG CO.
For Sale Only by

4qPqlS' Pq4qfI4oY,
-21 South Palafox St.


Indigestion!
IWe c'i'allenee the world
to pr0od(tce a reinedy eqtal
to the .1Matchless .Milieral
l' (ter for the c'ure of In-


(1igcetio/i,


D~yspepsiaan (Itl


ill forms ,of Stonuach, liow-
el Troubles and rSkin Dis-
eases. Guaranteed to cre


or money/ ref ided.


Acme Beer.

TH;E I'EST BF'R SO1II) IN
PEN- A(OLA.


Damiiheisser Bro-1.40


AGENTS.


The Jug Trade
Is Our Specialty._--
PI'rto: pt D,!iv--ry .)i l -: i; i,.!';, .

Dans" II t r Bros .
Dannheis-sr Bros,


R~airo:d ExNSACOLAf. i'hon-.

PENSACOLA


C('os


only i J ctnts a day to use i/.
()ne dollars bot/ie lust iwen-


Fo; sale by all druggists.:


(i 7.'o I I.iT. 6; -cn r- ( C.


4 Pala fox 8/reef.


We 1 JI6TIVILKIN11SON,

Grocuvil-le. Ala.
Tf"Ftittimbii4i -'21 Jvv'l.:fb(.aotov~r



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44 ti ~~~~' t IO ?4tJ I t 1 I' t*.




1Tzh-GOLAYz4q


Art NeedeW i'k Rooms, Grist and Corn Meal Mills, 0 --""D'"
Embroidery Material of all kind. ". F. GONZAhEZ & CO., Prop s, Ship Gbandlery and General larudmare,


CHOICE M EAL6 AND PURtEGROUND
STOCK FEED.
f'atronizQiflorna indu4.rv. fo-r tka.reiA~
fcv-ry rpaso(n youi huul.l1 tuN'your Mr-slalnd
,,4tock ie-ed from V'ie Honi-" Mwtufaqeiuroer,
ftor Ly sotdoingr yoni spcouraffe hornu- inJui-


for Infants rand Childr,
Castoria is a harmless substitute for t'
goric, Drops and SMsthlinig Syrups. It
contains neither Opium, Morphine i.
substance. It destroys Wornnm and al'
It cures D)iarritua and ,Wind Coli'.
ing Troubles and cures Constipation. .
Stoniael awnd Bowels, giving healthy awt, l t.
The Chihirem's PIauacea-The lMother's Fric!,t.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
4 Bears the Signature of


In Use For Over 30 Years.
t"t C ASuSetmaUVr. 19maThuka WewMANri".


. THE-- -


Citizens National Ban.
OF PENSACOLA.


11.. iIIITON (IHE.:N.
T.EH. WEILLM>-.


JOHN F. PfFlFJ-F-;L.
4 *As iP I
74.M.HsI I,


~ )f F-E. S t 11 -(! --r. & C, )
K. J. \%,H1IT 1 EIl : j f ) IJv F. PFEI I-vF1'...l~


(Pne


Banking


RIX M. H(!;,!.\-
gyo7'r ir- .o


A ACCOUNTSS


I PAST

BOTTLE BEER




HEALTHFUL
AND
REFRESHING






TRY
A CASE

^


SOLICITED.


SOLE A(W .\
A-,o Soie ,('ot trllli. f,,i ;

SILK VELVET.
T h,- very ],.:fc.-ti,,! .f ]
W hli-k 'ie-, ll-till,'1 :;tnl I
S' vi.:.' !-I y.


\'ines, Liquors, Br'il ;
Gill:, iors apd Tr '

Jug and Keg Trade :
Specialty.

S. A. FRIEDMAN,
, I.;1 .- I 'H [ PA I,. X \ SI.I .
11. ) B;.,. :!'. T'. i-. :. -


The Star Laundry1


THE PIOIEER LAUH RYof iF EST FLORIo!


('ark And Attent: ii


ALL WORK C. O0. D.
:...LZPHOI!E 114. 27 E. GARDEN .:
ar(GO'O0id CALLED FOR AND DEIVEr.ED FREE."-Sy
WALKER INGIAlfHAM. Manager.

SESTA'lRTI-H:uI 1863.

McKENZIE OERTING & CO.,


s03 AND 603 9. PALAF'IOXO STREET.

P.EVERE COPPER COMPANY. JOHN A. ROEBLING'S H0. W
GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RU88EL & 80N'S PUMP.-
Siar, eCordiap Pilats, 81s. luticl Ilntrnmeats. karl. iichlrs. tei'


I? fs iliesa


Vesse:' AccoGnts [sand1ed oa Favor)ble T';em-.:-
ChIige Eaugght and Sold, Co3--,:uo,
Promptlv Attended To.


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PENAACOLA...\


IIII Soati! Palafx


Ph-oiv No. 111".


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1900. 3


-ii Li -I ebtrtiry
oI.-r-.May.

oi%-- Februari.
OsL-May.

feL. ury.







w It uI I~a


)GE SAVED BY PERUNA, CRONJE'S.SURRENDER


Ha


ie Years-All Doctors Failed.














A4. .


Z-Zz --Zn?





II'eN.C.~pfF. i ..-TF\ bIF, C1ITCAGO.


S -. 1 r'cn, a werll-kn,,wn J u-
, ',.- ',a--.a, of 'hi-'az,. say-: "i
S .' td with eatarrh fr in-i,
-.. M v ,a'arrh wa. i, 'a*'d ,hlmm1-!
..v hi,-iad. I tr0-d r'-." re'I ,i, "
*. -t a.vail. I .lpila,'(i to evieral dI< -
*,,r-. *,t th w r nlt uh' to ure mine.
I 1. arn,-d thr,'uh.z the daily newspapers. After
taking the remedy for IM weeks I was
,nt:re !v curd. I consider my cure per-
rani-rit, as it has been two and a half
.r ar if'e I was qrfd."
Th-' ,- vern-.; 'f Oregon i- an ardent
..inmirer of I'e-ru-na. He keeps it con-
:.:' v mi the home. In a reeeut letter
1, Itartcian he ,ifry<:
iave had o-.et(on to us- your Pe-
a r;'-di<-ine in rny family fcor ilds,
i-,ove-l to it,' n ex-ellent remedy.
n.t bhaA!d o.-,'ai i to u 'e it fiur

:- \ ri ;'v;ly, \\V. W L.ord."
r'-r : k:c : -. n frmii the A.\tlanti,
1'.i ;' .I. t'-r .f -** ninratula-
I ie o : i i'. t' e ti-
-- I rn' ltdation, t,-t:. -
S fying; t,, the ni, r-
Mt :0f .1 1 I -rn-n' a- -


ia .arrta re:nehd\
1are 1)c ur i7 I n.
fr .Iin ,, rv St: -,

lr. Ilarti:irn i-
...t re,' Ii g hu:;-
_. _- tired- of tsu'h 1 t
SJ ,., ,r, ..ST -- l-
,5 "t. I ' ..'- U-, .- these ltter-.fr i
'.1 Il lI1. f minll
r.'! i.tC aBlia -nat the highest tt, t!,.-
: h lt.' nr vtJ I k ii,. (
i n,- vnvv
Any man who,
prf'-'t health mu-t he entir-ly
-.in c'atarrh. Catarrh is well-n:;l
r-;al; almo-t oniiiupro" ent. lP,-riu-
the, only ateailute' -.afeiuan i
i n. A cold iS thte he ginnin,, of 'a-:
* To prevent cold(s, to < ure *old,l-.
''heat eatarrh out of its victimns..


l;.r;a:d Kin'g. National .Military
iI :-I., l.. ao i-nwortlh, Kain., al,-o : .-:
- I :'! :1 -rita vy u a tew lini's for puldi-
ca i 1. m,* i-ia e k1i'"'.-. n what Po-rti-na
ha-' .-- fr in I.. I *,,k a so.ve reo ld,
wh li 1 ic ,.l.'ctod. It da-v,!, '-p d into
vatarr h and ,rncrhitis and in a short
time n t.-rav ne e'hr,(ni,. I trw, thing I saw adverti- d.wl hw did me no
zt,,,d. I .aw the gre:att ttanie' Ie-ru-na)
advertis.- d. I bought tne no>ttle. I
found mnyiV--tf so nimulh leeiter after tak-
ing it I v rote you for advice, whtih you
kiun.ly continued to :-_ive mn free of
charge for tive nonti;h-. Now I am
happy to infform ou and the public that
I am perfe'ctly cured of *atarrh and
hronchit:i. I make this statement in
hop,' that -rome of my comrades will see
it and tee >!,,.'nefited thereby."
U-in:g l'-ru-nra


t- 1.d.s, protea ,ot.-
t h e f a in i I
a zainst o)thtr
a:im nt-. Th i s
i exa,'c!y wlh.t
every family in
t U e I n i t ed
<. a t s P-houiil
t'o. Kof.e IPe-
S- n a i n th
hc ,se. l'~-. it
fo r oau i -,
cliS,. la gr.ppl.,
el oth r <-li-


th're \ %illh t l-
, .!i-r a ilflnt';i-t

1 I f i:1 ili e -
*.",cul t*ruvtdie
lihrni -t'l v. with
imain'- fr,-' ltk,


N1 I'I~. 3 .i-e 'ctU I -,
T 1 11 c )t ; I IateVha'
m-k i tz 11 ~-- r'- i it I
Ta: rhi cf ti it'i---ac-ndi
t 1 )1c 1m et r 11 -Lift
; l t 'It1 IH". I
lae t;,ct c* fl ntb-
.- It ui' th 4-i tata rrh
-'a a ail h-t Wk t C


a cepy (if Dr. liar',
(afltithelt, VWlteocr ('"


'a:rh." Thi !,ooks consists otof -eve-i
-.-lur,-t on 'a:tarrh and la urippe de-
i% r-'d at the Surgic,'al Hotel. It con-
i:tin- the latest information on the treat-


"'-ut na not only cures catarrh, bit; nLoit -if eatarrhal diseases. Address Dr.
* ., ntlit. I Hart man, Columbus, Ohio.


DAILY MARKET REPORTS.


COTTON.


\rw YORt Feb '21
, .'. ,ry ..
\ ;'*i >ary..
I P-.. ... ...

S. e .... ........
i '-.!iiintier


~.64
SC.4



7 4%


7 t;


up-


N w %V. M. ia.iililng.

COt'-MBIA, S. C.. Feb. 23.-Contractor
M:iady anul the furnishers are rushing
tLie work of puttiug the finishing
touches on tre new Y. M. C. A build.
ing; pretarat. ry to the opening exercise
-unilay. and tie opemniug reception
mlona iy night. The chaedelters have'
been hung and tae tied floor ct the
mua:u ettrauce lobby is being said.
NMilitcary Appropriatilon.
MHosrtooMirE'Y. Ala.. Feb. :23 -Ad-
jatant General Brandon's office bha,
been notified by Congressman Under.
wood. at Washington, that he has suc-


orp C cLoss needed in having in-seereu iu tue gen-
-'5 eral military bill an item of $10,000 tc
,,7' .... W- cover the cost of the tents, etc-, furn.
& -' ished the Alabama volunteer troopsdur-
.... 34
,- ... "ing the war with Spain.
54'
.lh- i Dlirr. Po,. yvvi'le. IndL..-ay.%
I I le er ii-e "l tll1t l ;1- t'( ;.-t
*..... (I ,, "IITin (e *,,iI_ ('lire \We ;.' '
S 10 t It, ver vwitlout it. "'Q uick ly blre: Il.-
1 .7''t .... 2 ea' l- : c l. l- ('tires ill
S thr.,:it o i(; d iuri trotitble It 1 tt-e
. .C w i-- -l prt vent cii-tiTn tio,, l'!e-i --
:.-t t wt ti t.l H ,ar-i" Pht iw :;cVy,
i Jo lin S elI!l a d and S. K ihin.
""W' \ will l:tn!der yo,:" -; ;r, d-< for
S IF in I 1 '' t** ;- 10 1n h :111d i ik'- th ilIn ok
td.-:,, l|i-om il- I 1", ,'T, ~., ,ath :111(! tusk,, the-ni It cek
t i .1V .i,,, nw ': r L:tt;;I: r .
think r '~


2, abc- 1: C I Ii- ;c i
- -~.'I or Atile ~ I Tt
12t.J'.i n'trI~I.n


lqelpr.:~ .1 :
2'itTti.. m33n anid El.vo.-,-. l-cic-


Furniture on Credit
.' -t l> :i tifiul 1. cf -iMe. ta,,4e, .
v r-i: w l i, t ., ': y. \\'.,d ,,b ,.

, "; i -n t i'er : ,'t-,- t .i ;. --t .
1i'::-2 ',1 a (i t l .; : I t-.


T )T 1:t PIIbLal.


o. N-1ideMI".,( .I'e.C elt, ~ c1- e- pe r
ec eeSouth i Pilafcex Ca~r,.ct
J~ 1191 rere-dto &6 to ix--i. 2 p-etunhJ-; for 25

-'u.Uvc-k-eepin~.!.let .ifarstofl All Fancy "Mixed Ctknizid. tt'ho.
r2 's 7.1 .. ~7 ,-,.~~ ever rtihelP-ac 4 c-1


HOURLY EXPECTED

Will Doubtless Prove Turning
Point of the War.


03OTilE


END


K *!.-.*ny ('rtrintesed For G(reat
o L .v n t s l ret Slll.a) *'s H atl-
; --fuiii i '%' Atdv.,tu'e Toward Lady.-
-* ,: ii L,. c.,inlui i -y '.t!iV.
i. d .):.--ELer7 hour is ex-
-.u.: w wat GeM':;. Cronje's
S-: r. al. tes womnour Is ex-
S:-. : ,'* A i.'.. lit yetl gz:i.4a 3 y bat.
S.. i.i u -rg dri"-t Uas Uot 3set
S, -: -r i to ce the
-,--: ,. ,., V. ; ", I ) ,cns L ariin, upou
;.* '! : A:eL. b. i. tnn i nll- tcrrib.y
S. ; :... .: .: :'. s. -urr.nier or
:t!t-r : it: ca': a ) :ne .-:ily re-
..i. .' ..- .. re:,)rts >: .ii- streaugth
t ); -r re. Or' ::t'. -nt are wrong.
The crit;,rs i..t, v,-ry v.;: ;'cun tiii':.' r t c :i c a .ff-'': !' i 1t M1ar-
,.. 1.. ) r;s :L.ri n ul("r. l -'I: t' lt fin
(- f;-.i! tr~,~,a tr- m ( ', terrible
",',-. i i -,t1,'ir v" ,. ,, '! t a, I i) (tt. t c
-l i t : ; R rt.' !::<,, ,'." (.,;;::i:u un t -
II. 11 .', -,i *.tr 'tv. at.-'t rd.iu:, to ;these
,,)e>er; rn, in.trlaiv atter the result.
a.: r- .*. ", current his imo-ri!nt that
!Le ndi .(fI the stru,: le had actrnaiiy
,, 'ic., out thll'ee em aiaictll.e. froi: inforina-
tl t zec':ve i by tie I ,thsch'.i .s. which
they rb:istbIt nnitivy >is.overeu to bj ut-
terly witlourU tounit1;'>L01
Tne bt vt-re l:hW~e3 o; general Kelley-
Kn;iuy :utidity have priauced o:ie
avcr-e crttic:-m. Ltu it 1,4 pointed out
that ih:.li he tou:ht ias curiously he
uvoad have given the IBer. the oppor-
;unitv to intrenich tlnemseives and per-
haps effect further light to a more ad-
vantageous position.
General Builer's prcgresi towards
Ladysmith is so blow that it Fcarcely
appeals to public interest. General
White appears to be stiil full of fight
and to be endeavoring to assist General
Builer by a vigorous bombardment.
liHnbarded Froitn Lad3yAmnin.
Hlo< i- LAAGER,. LADYSM-iTH, Wednes-
day, Feb. :l.-Tbere was heavy fight
ing all Monday aud Tuesday and it
Ftiil montinups lince early thim morning.
Our offloors hope to disioiage t British
from their position. Last night a body
of British troops tried to crosstue river,
but were beaten lack with heavy loss.
Our loss was slight. Our positions are
l,e.uig bombarded from Ladysmith.
Krg-er's \WIte III.
New Y The Herald from Brussels says: Private
letters from Pretoria received here an-
nounce that Mr,. Kruger, the wife of
the president, is very ill. The war has
grievously impressed her, and her health
is also impaired by anxiety for his nal-
merou4 .tons and grandsons fighting for
their country, one of whom was killed .t
Deere;.,)ur(
"ill; OYSTEIR SE-ASON.
I b-' *, .-t1* i n II I( lld of d o4"o..
\ ak,. I l \ a th l -tart trolrim ;.m sum mnier
l-l- .
t n >-i, i -h. I' ll and i'*it. % 1' m I %t v wn:
*I f*'-ir t h! t tour r mot'ot i -'r Im'Ay ;les-ant cliar*- Inaiis re i;' ; Ut rh-d by
the- itr
Flhat Is :tt .1i t'. itca1 tl l; v the. Iette-r it.
Aldi 1 k: aUi by tile k' -el of tIhat htiil,'on'
That omneof us. shortlyy ,lll h- iH i;t..' t oup'"
And so they will for thsl -l1<-,p wias
filled with the finest and fatte-t.
This Joi p wa-. s~nt out by Nick
Apost.'- ;iand thlo-e choice oyste:s aret
now f- r sialv. done or raw, r-:tly to
ch;tw, ;at his restaurant. You can
get them by the plate, dozy.en, htin-
dred, barrel. dray load, wagon load
tor car load. Owing to the rush of
buine-ss the servingof regular meals
will ho discontinued after thiQ week.
but -pe+cial orders will ho -erved at
any hour of the day or night.


LODGE DIRECTORY

KNIGHTS OF iY'A'HI AS.
Pensaaola I, A B IIin HIt 7'-:;). at (:t~ehi Hall.
i* iliuthcalcmin hall. WV.-,t
SI nutt 1 itndeeiaut re-t.
*'i-,tlnn brethren cordially
t-elceemt'oni.d.

c II. HOKLK, C. C.

W. O. W.
I.ive (ak C('amp No I Utaoiman ,flthi

M ',et' rirtst anid third Firulay night In
*-*,lh miontth. 'l ltlling -.,v,.r>nign- cordl-
itllv 'nv it+a i -V Vt A I- ,' '.
S. l. Til A v. F-. ('lerk. ('. '.
MECliANTILE PIlt( CI TION.
tiri- ofl' t e Se Mlliti" II. ,e.
tio!nme tifrl e (n0- n .''l "f T'* l'ra*..c.nt.
I see 'c 're'!nr wi i1 .';-t ,-*-nt;r.- t *ii- to


tlh ir.tcr.-.t--o to.ft 1 A --*.A.it:otn
J .1k M N1E .1 !i ,I .I
A F 10 ANI I.M. t'r :.lt-,i .





Kodol

Dyspepsia Cure.
Digests what you eat.
It artificially digettst he food and aids
Nature in strengthening and recon-
structing the exhausted digestive or
gans. It is the latest discovered digest-
ant and tonic. No other preparation
can approach it in efficiency. It in-
stantly relieves and permanently cures
Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn,
Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea,
Sick Headache. Gastralgia,Cramps, amnd


A SURE MEDICINE.


TTANDSe)t, VA Dec. 81.
I have be s an ,xi- i: g !:vm rif em -l!c vw'zk -
n'--:i ftr f -i- iyc ar,. 'l 1..'. e ta.Ab-i -a :
mei cle c s he -.b:.t W ire' c f '-- t' ii!13 ao-k-I-
Drauglit ihave doneiT.X-fur ui2Q K.Pa L ty-
thing ciao.
MRS. CAPh)LINE EVA'Ni


)*he4 6r10'
It ii, a rn,*stake t tamke anv anl ever- ', nd of nkdicine when %--lu are
sickc. "I here is d.i:%:,-r in it. AIt 4 Ci the .- .caiiel cures for ed
do 1"'n ti: In rthin 1i elt!.--,;%un ltcir~pc r.hi'-a 1
thi., cmimca %% ars t%.:,v ,!- a l p tL;v. ea,"..'r A .cx i s~k- thai lo : .It 1m
flC\ 'r v. Ci_,, ,)take :.h..'i 'U hi. .e 02! -IIClite, and th*at is dc ir a.1W
rr iL ).. it .\.i-iha e tmiY pain, a.c!:o'.U:-- der i'r \% tis~in ItheC tcm't
nine iarc:ins,nH t~i'H .Z %ili hclp yi-'I .e 1, '.2f (at J"a.. It J.,
a-.\ .e.t x'. :vi rni: .'.; S !lNaJUm i I HC *11 .e Ott rxOl'~ .
in*nst!he pain f chii'ih r~ A .::is br.'.i ..:_,n future e.I: All is
Th- %% F.'\ ine is I-,rex' v-ei-
ii;'.1 n"z t'!' ("f t o 'C\%'~ Ia ~
It m; a.1 -! n v-J rce ,!'.e -;:Ihi:tj-, lc e; :
la wlvt~e.ic::; L:~ e~ i.n y )J can -et a siare nmxlicirne?
Druggists sell Large Bo':ti2s feo- $1.00.


CA RDU V1


THE ORIGT &L



'ST. LUU


A. B. C.


BEER.


I. gUGENHIM'iS


Great


Bargain


Shoe


Sale !-


Children's Department.
iaidl-st wed French Kid Infants
li tt n:. 2 5,
worth 75c, now 50c.
t: l-'\vtd F,',n'i h Kid Infants'

worth $1.00, now 75c.
Ilanii--ew 1 id Sri ['! rI He el Button
worth 75c, now 50c.
H:t:;;i--ewed Ki, SI'lrini.: Heel But-
ton. S-11.
worth $1.X0, now $1.00.
Hantd-sew4 d Kid spring H1'eel Lace.
worth $1.50, now $1.00.


Men's Department.
l enuin t Dmg. Ii'totn and Lace
1Shoes, 12-2,
S. worth $1.50, now $1.00.
genuinee Vici Kid Button and Lace
Shoes, 12-2,
worth $2.00, now $1.50.


V. J. VIDAL, Sole Wholesaler.

110 IISKIE. BRANDIES 11, IPORTD AN DOESl Ladies' Department.
Pal Jones an Ecla Springs 'clebratel Whislies. Kid Spring Heel Btutton and lace
SI ho ..3-S.
TRY A BOTTLE OF CELERY TONIC. $1.00, $1.25, $1 50, $1175 all $2,01.
PHONE 154. : : : P. (). BOX 587. Thy are wort *
Thicy are worthi :.'; more
JUG & FAMILY TRADE SOLICITED Kid Heel Button aitl Lace. aLs6
Froe Delivery to Ally Part of the '!ty. Cloth 'op ill Black and Tan.
EM"AII orders left at The Oftce. Vidal & emith, ili te carefully from $100 .. to $3.50.
attended to.


E=. E,"
o--POPRKIETOR OF--o
CRONIES STIOON

o--1)EALER IN -o

Imported and Domestic Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
JUG TRADE A SPECIALTY.
Corner Ralmont and Dpvilli-ra StQ. PENRHAOLA. FLA


H. H. ICKE,


A Special Bargain!
A lot o)f Fine Ladies' Slihoe, 'in-
einntti make. regular price (3.')
itnd $14 1t a pair, now only $1.5'.
We only have them in 2-4 and $3.
and C and I) widths, that is why
we ~sell them so cheap.
In Ourt Men's Department
\VWe beat any store in town;: will
iidersell :aimyov. oiand give the
inlo)t coinfeortitble lit and general
satisfaction.
OUR $3.00
Hand-sewed Vici Kid Shoes are
equal to any $ ,.to shmei in town.
S .. .. t i .. .. .. .. . ..


1-imm .4olicitiniz your palrona
Plum er, as ad Stam FtterI remain yours to plea-re,
i O.ugenheim


No. & South Palafox Street.
AU Kinds on Plumbing and Gas Fittings M'terials Kept ou Hand


PIMLRP'WU'#NV pr2


01,W'e.% e' i. t -ia


DUNN'S s

0 HOTEL


Three Regolar
Meals Fach Day

25c Each.


ON EUROPEAN PLAN.


Restaurant Attached, Open Day and light.


OYSTERS, FISH AND OAME OF ALL KINDS IN HEAbON.

Special Orders at Any Hour.


CHAS. COTTRELL,
Artistic Photographer,
ROOM 3., FIll R BL' l.I) IN.
2014. SOUTH PA LAFOX STRgIT.
Matkifaction guaranteedd in Every Par-
ticular.


HEBIRB BROS. COo.


T4I W BOLISfI 10C pSI


Palafox Street,
Pensacola, Florida.


RATES:-From $1.00 to $1., per Day. LODGING:
515 and ID R14. South Palafox Street. Pensacela. Florida / 25 and 50c A R G A IN S


TIME TABLE.

LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD.
I N l-: i, F Fcr .1 A N' A I' N 7. 1Im X.
Nc .. No. 21. No. 1. N 3. j
1":. 11, -ortee 1 1) ill L- a v., Fce-n -ia eI Arrive I 1)pti11 7 a 8M
50 1 11 g h t Arrive FI-mrcsteer A r r ,vc' 24 p exc i
:1 pr .:a m A r.- Idc. A rrive- 1I II ,Pn 11 i-. t ih t
1) In ci .4-0it III A r, I,-.. Now e'r,'-aui l; a Tt:p I
1) 111p i:i!' l .& na Arrive- cck:ci r r r! v.- L 'a III !- -PIp lit
ItI ) fmb Ariiv- Na-,'\xill, ar 111 101aaIll
-,' 4 ITl Ik rI. *A *r;* I % 10: 1:tpIitTlk I & iIll

BETWEEN PENSACOLA AND JACKSONVILLE.


N-'
lad lit
*-"i.I..Iit
c.- -.1 at 'ii
-C til
- '-at nc
- .c Tal


~acfit
itt)
* It IIi


S'--I C I


Nt --
1 p ei'
- a, ~,
3) an
* a; I' 'ii
ic ~cc
-- t' cii
-- ..i ft lii
rel


r) I fit
1) fl)i
a mtuin


JOHN NICHOLAS'


Rlestaurazt,

305 N. TARRAGONA STREET.
OfPO- ITrF I'N -N I.le PiT.


(Deals at All Hours.


Open Day and light.


R~eal


Estate.


$1000,Afl ill him v I'. ae-r'- c lmrbcd nrth
0 t~ f he- C it yantIIIIwc--t eI of4.ouldi as.
wil ti '-, avr-- aoljemiming city
$2000 h fill t-,ferI
$3000M awiti.to r))i us
Timat p ro ; rt-vI, m N.-W (i.
$4000 r still L Mit4to- HIIEJu. bo
;,r.))-.r.% f at.m% ta-r frecrit a,:, the-bay ; ulgo
I ii u i-i I.:tt i-f day. m. #41
$5000 d* % 2ti-ri Wcrc'- .f mtat
,-ri t'-Hari a :. re- -due',aiA (Jall mod-



t 1;,' !.-- IV front on
$70004a' -1f!?ofI
Is t ft i'r'a fja' %tVY !ich. j Thiat
1, r ;- rt I ftatI i t) a. .J i tc,-- ic' -a-e- i tor

$8000 uI' ft' r*y ,
fox in Id arralcor(.8 -tre-* -:
$9000 ViI- O~ -fit y wt
'la",nj Dro-trv ,iII rtrnaie an

Part, cf th i'.t. Y m Wv
freeL t


i fiou () n


,;.(T cotton (lotd ejim et. naiddling
-!, l- -,. iddli~ug gulltei&
GRAIN AND Patovailloms.


WINE


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4 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1900.


THE DAILY NEWS:
.*& -n at .


Fla, mas o4 ad-cla sn matter.
OUVICU: Pitt Buflidnx.?l1Y2 Southb l'ala-
ftf eteet. up-tairs.
PIU8l.1IHEDIS Y
TRE NEWS PUFLISHING 00.

Torms-Invarlably in Advance.
One Tear byIM a il aI

*me month
OseWeeK. bCarr..-r. payaabie Mondayy 1-

THE W IC.IC K IiY NEWS:
PolWiohed tre-ry IFriday A, si., or yea r
rPtacefr.
TELEPHONE NO. 118.

Advrtisawg Noes .Furn4 hrdeon Appo1,ca i in.


Tim parer In on Mie with the
MINiN ADVERTISING COO,
Hdmjintt Building. St. Paul. Un.. Whe
vim adrertiseta and other' mar
ea dt and wbeic cotemates willhe giret.
opmesm .r GENERAL ADVERTISING

'EIBAOOLA. FER. 24. 1900.


of int-n-4 ~zr t fir-ati'.i .'at the larit*.




the P.ta". aab'Il'!t! !ik t
liilitv -iA b -C I 1 Te 9T1 fo


jm(tjiC of fiervt-, -w-. he -rt'o:-

ary w-er-'$~ ;' 4 ~ -$.

114t year j ani 11:24wf-19. M.4fllNO- Of



country ;the total 1 mp. rt- IIIm#r
ehatt t--- $ .* I-2C.i4 .iaW;J-
as2 iacrea=P *-f -'I-, oesii~ito aw. r J.~
a nd $, 94WA 4m s.i t ,-v-r 1 4-%


Party i.!' :7a .;n a:'. 0n.y .- f-.. :! .a a
sara. I 0 .;m tt *"n ; a i'.oiI ) p.-: *a':.'[t (
what are d 'u- ; .. '- r- 'per ani. u e-fui
arnd lie i;i'- ,:; T -. -t- cet ( nutrol.
and tp r ert a t\ ,ai aI;Lt0 fortes t o hie a.'--
em tph-bpbnie. ,f -. *' -:a pe-r-oinal e-lfds. th!.
maitelnce of th.'- iary r iA h y r,'p.-.r.E
l.amen-Ba p: !:,' -* a:a:e- at, d a c.r- -' :-
T*ola Pra.-. -
No tru, r word w+-re ever -po.kei.
sad tl.e fict '! .t 1t 'y apply, morte
or le.s, to ian-t p rty oraian7'ltionl .
even tao t;at of t! I-! ,ida dti-m',c-
racy. ** ill th*. n..'tr r, :,-oun w!,y the
-people ,tba uld l,. wa ind ,. Sto lotnii
as tthe "'I)etter a l. n:,iiat." -callled.
rewIain ialtof frojn that prii.;aris' and
convoy tions., ju-t -, l,,n1 will thIe
petty politiciant-. t:-'" l.---*s and the-
dregs of the pol it;cjl v.tadroin ri-e t,,
the top and a--una: control. If tlh<-
masses of ti.e ;'* pie really d.-ire-
parity in ,iit:c- and det!:roiement
of the boz-e-, they mu' t! emselve-
begin, at tt.e b .t:nr thie work of


Ihl- .>rt>I lsicoI Bill.


Tlj' dvbje e ita bleil i.o.s-p- n i
ing in thte 1,,u--e of r#-Prve-uza-nva 7-.
which ; norviA1- I hit tx-i t- !r'
thi* cceurtry *,., P r*i fla.-o. a:.-
from athpuc~ e Lia':.1.-a1 l ;a.' .
21 ~ par n- t t -~. r v
tar'iff x 7_1 i 't X .. t':. -a
zutere-? rt! haat t.#-,,,- at -112

that tile u, '- aa a t' -tai~
;A4 well at- t!a:-; c' 0, ar t.'1-l11" f
wayfs and tit-al,t- -'illtfltf'e.'I.
the recel.ti~ lvac' jai! al in-utlar os4-
cioni c i an x a b- v ~'r io-d
,olelv by (-tenzre ilka 41f a ha-cf tLi
pfrovisimal- of C.e lslta 'a.a t
twith on tral. Int-d. u, o b
t fl U iouonlmbtl, ii., -e %-;t ii l~ -.
ticoto.& W.a- v% 11- "t:-:..A1 'vf-, ia i.n
1). Rich-it!ai'- : a i,-~
detn''cr.ciK- a,. at- .-i
e-petecluiha .*t I''Iv eb NI' IivI -
the .A-.tov: IIr, 4,:-



fa'- pefl-1...
t %)l;..-I I t;! - -
aotum i mea.. -- -- a -


I b.- proa I a '.'

juago r.-. I a -
.tnaOSIt, U II;
New m e 3L a '-% A' .t- t.'
is~ StNra:U.-- Ii. I .- ::q,. :
t-g a )&r ur W.-a ao .'
vq ~ fl,*ant u o *- :te.: I- -
a take4ara-l.- t ," t>
LIWO$Fetl4entp' b -AI a:-a aU. o a:---
watandefral, -ta'-. a-- or u -a'a--: '
b114 kd.h~t a. '1';'- :
W18ade"dcLMb. BI ..a
%am4~f.- 8 ~-~0 -l'or 1

Iat onic-0 m It -.,a 'a- '!"e I c~f -
2 ota a 'ia o:. a '-o -at -
tag true. tej-.it oo.v oai t- o .aa
x we fo r u n t,;--, I m a:&. Z:-e -lu "A 't


o such measures the pending one was IMIIMlV


ever proposed, or deemed necessary.
Mr. Richardson then proceeded with an
exihauttavelegal argument to prove that
the constitution extended over our new
possession*. quoting numerous de-citions of
the bupretmt court In support of bas conten-
tion. He said the passage of tbet bil would
be an act of bad faith to Lh-. Porto R:cant.
|'L-Lt us." he app-altd. **vote down thai
most dangeroushill. In my opinion. not a
bolitarv democratic vote in this ceiantt-r
will be recorded in its favor. All w .;. I standd
by the Union and the constitution


Nasal Ca.arrh ,quickly yields to
treatment by Ely's Cream Balm.
which is agreeably aromatic. It i.
received through the nostrilI.
cleans and heal- tl.e whole surface
over which it diffuses it-elf. A reai-
edy for Nasal Catarrh wnich l- dry-
itng or ext'itin to the di-e:i-ed imeei-
brane h,)uld not he u-ed. Cream
Balm is recognized a- a sp-tiflc..
Price 541 cents at druigi--t- or by mail.
A cold in the had immediately dia-
appears when Cream Balm i- u-ed.
Fly Brothers, 5ti Warren Street. New
York.
-LAABORATK OF OFFICES.
Fitted With Eletritc Appliances for
lit

A NE'- reporter sauntered into
the new office- of Dr. C. F. Marsh in
the Masonic Temple yesterday. not
dreamingn of anything more than a
social visit. but became so iun, r-
ested in his courteousz- explanatai-11
ef the many rare appliance- grouped
in every room that he determined to
le-t the public know abl ,-t n.oineof
them. The entire suite is admirably
adapted to hi- purpose-, and i n Ld--
,gantly furni-hed throughu !.t.
T ie reception room i- ;a i:.* -t
hiomnelike place. and c(',ittamih-. be--
-ide- t.tble-. -talnd-. typt-wr:it-r tand
pI'lntty of comfortable clhair..a t.1 ian-
te -r haf fnti.-me ilbo>ak cae,- hIldi:d:
ttIa- docto'- library-one oif tth- in-.t
coanplete. perhap-. iit the e-t;;rt-
S,,uth.
Thea second rooin contain i b'- i.h -
a ladr:e giaz-d .ca-e tilled wi:iZ aii
tilantler of .-ur iical iiin trTume!n:- ;t:.c
rapplianc'.. n11o 4 I-- ti)an tiv-e lit!T-r-
t-e t kinds .>f electrical andl i:i,:a neti,
inaclhiie--anI Findiscpe. a. Ftia-
ltic, a a aCautV. aiad a u 'rd'l ai ry
'.ilv.ami .' h:ttt-ry. :3- weli a:- -:i. l
> aittery for' the I'tu.ioval f i.:'ci al
blemi- hc-. etc.
The op-ratinaI room i- -;];i;ii'
with a -very conplote i- t\i .i: .; r-
.ttin. table, and -till .anithI r l 'n
(',.t~taint ;. l.tl Je ,- '.. .i ; ; :,
cabinet., arran.;z d -, a- t, r-.,iy t0',
electric cu:rr-,:: : ,any p; ; : r
b,-dv.
I)r'. 3M ar-i w,-ll k :iW, ", ,'
CitiZell, hav. iiiI [, -i.lr w;-- -Air- ',ii;
ye:irs ago. andJ they k.a'-w Z t .1 Ii-
protes. ion al tei-lp.itti,', i- i. tihatt
11.;' lt ad* tlini ki w n t i ',: i..a- out
a wide -cop- f C ,co-uItV :)'t I n It the
North ;aud tl.,~- a:'! H h tI- -
turned to )-tett lieie p-III a ll --i.:iy.
aud expI-ct- to devote hi- attehth;i, i
;'ptrticual ly to ci'ronic di'l'i.e.. (di-
S'-- o)f woIll. IIn a td i;i',.Alr-;n a '.-t.a ll
trouble- :ad hilicult -ui; ry.


Hi. Life 1Was Saved.
M r. J. I. lilly. a pn'ou,:i;, ,: : riti-
z--n of Hi.Ha :ibi l. 1,Mo.. l.it-ly halid a
wonderful deliv-'ratince from a fri.;:-
ful de-ath. In tellinr- of it h,- -.iv-:
**I wa- t.akien with Typ'.oid F,-ver
!at rail Ilt.o 'ietuillal ia. N lu','_'-
le,'.ai.la- >.;al.d'Ied. I w.*- )-w -ak I
couldn't evt n -it up i: I h-.. NI:-
inzia hl-lpet-l ile. I #, xp.e-'t i t a, -in,
di." of fCo ':-ti: 'pt,,':p wt!.. : I '..!.ir.I ,f
Dr. Kin a" New I)i-(c,.v -r. a ne
bottle a iva.- z: .-:it r,-li,-f. I c'*,;,t:'.-
Ut-,!i t U- u it. ::Il II w ..a w. ,i;,
-tI' ;i.. I can't -,i' t,, ': :., ;; it.-
prai.-e." T'[L. !!iarv,-l .a- :;e i-.'i;ine
i the' -a e- id iitu cke.,--": ciar' it.
t.- world for all T!ri'::: a:.1 I.:.ir,,
1 '.'. T i., t:1- fr':-. .ta \V A -
I"A 1 -, 1 :, '- d ..; : v ,
*. ::1- at:.,ranItt td.


\i14 1 '1 p:; ,liIi n I -
foil l" 1 ae Fth'iienro %. I I 11i5
i-; oil


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"ThePruden!t M.-n Setteth

His House in Order."'


c~t- :,~'eca'c~ a "-In ~the



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AMUflUi Ili


BULKY B[ILDIRS


Work of the Week Done by
Union Men.


An Interescin'g lRepirt of New Build.
ings. repairs and General lill-
wmrovemeneli. Repo ined lai The


News by file Etliefent Baukinus
Aigent of the Carpenterb ifli-on.
Messrs. Pons o& sounditvhave corn
pleted a neat little s.tablp for F. F-
Binghiam at Dr12Q Ei..t Cerv..ntce
street. The samne firm have fitiishe(
tip the top story anid put inl a nev
stairway at the new residence -)r **f
A. E. ZeliuQ; also a new stable foi
the same gentlemnat~l. at the, conei
e4Spring and De~oto street~t, lureli
purchased from Mr. Henry liver.
Uniori carpenters have 'oua11ple Lea
a convenient cotta~re f'or Sani
Weathersporon, just ca-t4f St li
chael's cemetery.
Another four-rooni ctot -cgo i.:lho..
ing erected q'11 Easit Kliae
-treet for Erren a J .),11-a-,* : 1,% .U i~'l

The fr !namle willok IS a-' i.; I. to-d fi
four coettaga- tltE -4( d-e
~tz .-t for Neil- MeK. (). rtitlu?. .'
tr~acted to) Earntist 1amaeXlt-:eirt.
iti-trutllents foar the zii 141iiw~
-ome zerollanaid drai 1., Ir Mlr.

doPor frani.-, for Mr (*!'at-. Tuarn, rr
(vle Ili zel it latale Ca- i--t K l4-
Bron-s.. and~ a fina- Jolt 4.: tui.?-J (- s
tiwiis fowr A Va. C(1:011,-. ,ar4 :tziqin;'aa
the" world. turned ou : i)t ca
I-Iltel '; dell- artnieaa: et 44 !.,'B. B
Pitt Mill Col. zi, t~ep-? W.--k.
311 a-le~zat 1t Wtl. !-:emai'l i ill : v P
M? \axw-e Ii.to J i- i- ad -n
bo-at to takste fijlnact.-1 1 t, ibu
1ea,.) 1 'L~ia -. h.h I ( m~'. it:foir ii'-e.
Tile new bolat ivQ ~mn t.teCt k f-. I
wit!) -,fee(tleai.
The neW --w la.rin c'a- f('i-4)
-tructi'in f-t- ho- W. H. \V ri_:ht M IA
Col.. .4t their v~arol. ix-;,- I ir.h-.i A V--
te"I'-ov. wilirre- iV W8[ r, !1dra a:it~:!1
thoe iiacn~iineryarrl'-o-. I: \viiJ ji.ao-
:ah' L- -lert l at h- -- v ia. I.-.

vwla.-eler. 144 Ifeat i''' i!t-.'1%-, .I .and .
b ea. lo...till and iw.1: hava- .aa Irl Al off
wutI 4 n -'a rt. W i c,, uiat:.4- I


with FElti.-r W~'ulfi,- :lrit va-a rv 1i-
abl-l. a-9ztavz9-. Lto) c r~ T- "h tI.
.lut-kirt'- affU.-.t II ll. 'wit... t
Iu'I-st that ietaia:but r:-'.. a1 e
he einlployo l
Mr. Chat. Turint r zva Ie1.'*9t i
lie wood work .,f tlaa -,d-Ia Imb
roAiliis. an~d as soon aj- the ott ta
and ojilitizis tminih dtit( !ioer' will LI.,)
be alny hjiid-';4) er 5f-t -f i-somi;fl it!
l'en-:acola. A fain icr d--era pi: iv:
w-ill biJ. -.venII Inour next reoljrt
Mdr. TuIrner l-as t~in.' ( atatkra-t fisr a

f.rJ. .M. 1Hiili~ari.
AnotLear contract Mr. Tui iiv-i I a-..
i- ra l:al-'letwa.-zi-voi wo-lhi::
*',r J. S~. N1' aun-he%.- ti o i- ee.,
-,rnaa-r %:rl.t a and Sprinl:.t -trt- -,-

frent atndclback jal',ain:iia. t
-ui 1,'-] mao::-;. tw I ~a
I A .'i ell tt eP..er fillata
O wl i lk U dta- (,no-r 1"41- 4 ii.:l n

i.1 AIi z worWktfr I 1r. M.1,
tll~e t f.:. IIr


.a~rr ware- -i .,iDrv.a- t. .' :A -
iaf-rI. farIa. I):. .0 .


.U hutC'.t t-.
W nklev- :.... a:-
U. **rvar.---:** l
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--titie af' i-al? IP. I..d t


MOUNiMIN MINT 0ONI.

-: a- :: irk,'t : :: '. "- ; : i .

-i'x ':.t .-. I' t *: :. a. t :: i :

1 ', I -:. t ,-: 1 :, ; ,e t -
-o; i. T..- l-4iii,' h! :: a a :1i-

ral'y no 'on '- a ''2ia 1 aa: '- I :. :t a
T- I't" x\;i"' l' a- *-:;--.-o ,." *l.
With', -i]: ~. I :aiv' i:Ltl- oi v wil
ciare ti,' '! 1 r if .--i i. ; *-i .ir -
i.:.n : *- V.i', \ a : V i'.4th f'.. i -

S -f ( b- .cur o ; r ; t-
la.,i';i. -i\x It:;'- :,,r I'\,'- I. liar-.



to Other or*aIn a tan the tomalh. i
Bytir nit: d a--: -ad i.- y t t v.- r!uli, f a
ei-ral tonic and i invi fortr and.
hlit proper d t ;tr medi- 'i- will
cire tifound for th- lie- f thain tir-
i ;.... t ii atrlictio ;: w it, !;at lih ridrf.t-
oaf oibscalre "ylp[,t,) .of.,f:ei rtf,-rred
to other organs tanprv tae stomah.
ByI tnis addition, ity virtue.- a a
general l tonic and invi ,,ratior and
blood puritier. are not !impaired in
*he least. No better lniedicitia- ca!i
be feoutid for the relief of th.e,,. di--
ea.-Pa that are -'' pre+v-alent ih the-
-p; i : .'. m n.oitt:-.
I take, thi- opportunity tol t!"an,k


t-ame precaution and tako notice(
the ditf-rence in the qnuality of wor
between the re-ponsible con'tra(
tors and the s~eheming scalawag:
their" would not in uch botc
work, or as itiuch1 di-satisfactio-
among the a)wtier.T ht- 'Ia.workinf
u'OUtldgut their buon)vy ~wiziouhea % i
in,-- toi pay a lazw -rpr tip _,#t it fi
them. Somp say. '"Oh. -'reil. a di,
houest person will ha. foulid "!
soilne d-iy, atad tihe thu,' will cir
wh'-zip-a.'c a int -t tinva coil.-to w)ri
f-ir himi."' N-t if. fa,r i.; lean.
s.trdi'?r t 'oinp tto oat cz%. itino '..ai n
of well oiasd of
biuld *'a- -' i: (lax : t. (I ; vr'; I
the-ir p#a-.uliiar ctriza. by o.rt
,fur sai~ezille*(Iwi-rk~ r- 4of:[ Ita-t H-it
:are (loijnz. juti--'a iii.:wail t[ pro
fe-s'ionat 6I bat fi ndjfret.'Iivictita-; t4
t i-ccf.-'A ~fpw iIjnquii-,into, the i(
--po ii- ib iii ty 4)f t if 4-vo n t :a c to r be tf, --
lettinitcyourclotatract; will bt. w-rtI
all tale trouble you are ptit to inl
dul 114.


Tli-re i-no bette-rmedicin.- flr rh
ba ~ t li all (l: -aujiberlatin ('?4 ii ,:
aItfae1dy. Ita.I11-4I'aeit a h tn9 ll'
a f.. v- an te- witl m ~t h o-t- a iii -!iri
clAAhra-ti. It. qu ic'klyi cur, t!e -
q.0U z ta arid (1Colld- ie uti- t ? i g la'- i
It, al-,ol cuires croup ania .-ieal-
ill tV-U- Of ttOU-alid- '0* L' Le-":
o'ut a -in0'le failure o rI a"- wa- 1: aV#
beenCi able to learnri It n-t 4O.Iv ciur,,!
croiup.. but ssha-t iV''a-a 'a:j- *,I
4.ro.uplVCough1at4..a Will pres-ca,,
t!he :att"ick. I ~-f W1 fvi ...; va"
coi,~ti; itlojei- .K.:a''
ninakin'.: it *a-ort'~ tra-
I-- a-th- #v- I I v a t .a d I re o.
Of t he- p:aro i\x-t of ~ia-:
Oilli F'i--'ii.-. Iora -i' iVi aL
iaah~~~ 19- ~ 1.1]I4 x tI .E


Till' ).I E I i T
Two'olora-al lli I 1rn 01-
iiart:1


r to I'hl


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w, r I !IrTi l fI t 's. '.-r aa d ttrF

turza-d %t 'r tipttia -:e -!-ri1T.
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in- -t!.-A I: ,,,-i.'. % \r .- .

For Overt N'L, F~eity P%4. Si ':a

!(t--a ~ -,. -%-a -;, alld3 v-.alpt artt% i ..ca .-... j.
uini --r fo re jr hle1'7, a- r tic -ahi e, -

-^illr oh v-ifte eti4!. '1 orty u:T. -- t I. v -

Sou~hIrig Syrup." ant, tpsk- non itht-r -






#ta' in gre--at-nari-tv ande 0 oa'iJ1a, it
efv t'' tat u ''ki.; 1.. -.P i u and. a ~i'a

na-I l a ty -o t4a riv tI 'xA. '-



an-no-at -t~au- of Pt lo1, t %v d N~t
tila~r i- 011I -'1e- .- : and aT.a
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t'-iia ..- .:a t-xia 1aa 1-v


.0, nIi n f r- n
:i 'kl 'a e dt o *- fe8-W ther-a' r


i!;a~l- aa=tr.'eav.,J. !. f.-1;fr .
a::' t au-ailly !-W pai-; a'-ic
v.:- triaa! ': t-o- rt".' aow- a :I n a --

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a :a.,. a i : Ka.--ina ;. 'A m- a-
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STORE.


MATTIIG flAI


T, lLa.ike mo,,a fr :-. i a::; : (Ord. r
"f Mat:ir.e- ::-: r-e. : \-d. w..
Ofecr our Entlre '-:ock (i. H.B:a.l
at thn f. ill.- wit:- ;.ric---. .-
500 Yards ReINllts, 20 to 35c grades,
for 14c yiard.
5 lolls 15c batting fir 12 t-2c yard.
5 lolis tic ittii f fi f4c yarm.
5 Rills 25c Ilattil far 20c yard


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Investigate the Convertible Term Contracts

--IF THE-

Old Penn Mutual Life Ins. Co

DAVID EDREHI ,, kk ,. ,.-


J. M. RTTT IARD & CO.,
-M.anufacturre;, ,i!,l I) l.(t r- II.-

Carriages, Buggies, Wagons and Drdiy

o=-Repairing Attended to Promptly.- (.


:oi EAST (;ARDEN ST.


- PEN~AIOL\ ~


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wish; t o rem ind you t h at ou r i
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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1900. 5


Your Credit is Good at 0. X. Pryor's GREAT BARGAIN FURNITURE HOUSE......
Largest, Finest and Most Up-to-Date Furniture House in Pen sacola. Three large stores, from 40 44 S. Palafox, all filled with the latest
styles of Furniture. You will find our prices much lower than those of our competitors. Kindly call and look over our now stock.
0. M. PRYOR'S CRE-PT BT:RCIN FURNITURE HOUSE.


wit i. In Wat~lirct''ahe wa.; the
IjOCA~ tIE~1QS ?OTESL W .JontsMi-, S-illie IDavison,
~~~an d Md.,Satla.-and Ida IHemphill
.1 orcua *~fl ~r~e I. rd a~mt~ I!1v i L eitoonarrivud l l-r-e t:.i-; niirnirig'
torpactforralaf, IA ur'.uto te ',IoLile ,. 'attenz d t Le
,, c '7.J -a!.
'" 0 L. Mklv o'a 1A f.1Inalv nv'vfd
r. (.Ow~Vr !I Itip Iitv .I Talllp~t thliiz
..ye~ C~a,, *..Pa ,~'ifti'~.r.~Zr.MC~O- -4)1ha.; ~pur-
~---#-At c! .''.'.'1' #d itf. f ( if Ct Y v market an

A# t t-Ni q. -!t t)tI().-),(I:.I z f r. 'in M iIt Ii : ( i A. Crpa rv.
.a T. ~ t **t~ t*Li~~. F. C. Chadtfln. Oliver Ju-rtvaiiza. F. 11.
M1r. It. J.1.Pattonti jt L. Ii~.tr .~ 1Tarr~ant an~d C'jta-z. Sitnp-.iza.
If,..V. A 1 ,, 4;I lztiy~r *~~(;~t~~ [.ithor~att church -z:,rvdav
t.-achsi a :re- cut (if tht. uit% tv iln
';~ Jdz..% 'i.~i r-:i.,e ~ tile oil Z ~ t heSC L "I th.'ifaii SyIIIII.
~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ I ,* *f, e. U i ~ Iei*1 M r-i J. L. Rolt-)rtF Iand NMi- .- [tv-
a'.tap.rt lit Elkhart. Ind., Mr-i. i .
.~ -..: : ,i ad hS t I. E. a ez f L ii-f~ r ,w i.ll h a n d 4) J .r
t Jil ~aIl.'i. f !#, :~ artival- a: t:,. V-c .Ihi~at
II. '.*..' C I''* n b'n-r- of the ;anae'ii.Sa'!J-t
11 ....11 1 r s s


SAVE YOUR HAIR
WITH -SHAMPOOS OF


THE PEOPLE'S STORE,


A.


Schwartz,

Proprietor.


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*NEW ARRIVALS!K-
OULR first announcement of New Arnivals of Spring
Apparel. A generous assortment. lar:e varittv
of colors and stv:es to select from of Ladies' Waists.
We carry all kinds; the largest assortm. :n: in the
ci'y of well known brands. Among them the faniouts
S. r.i//;i, ira/,/" famous for fit, style ani finish-in


fact the best fitting Waist in the land.


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:itthTb-' E-eaiabi~a were MeP!--al-..
C. t.V l. dmnimd andIft1. T. (iii! eel
I,..tsi-;ville: aMr. 1. i$ren anand aalwit',
of1 1 lw~iatmia. Minn.. F. .1. Bro-nanar--ef
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.'.ier:111(1and iL'mhtiatl:1111 Airs. If. A..


And light dressings of CUTICURA, purest of emollient skin cures.
Ihis treatment at once stops falling hair, removes crusts, scales, and
dandruff, soothes Irritated, Itching surfaces, stimulates the hair folli-
cles, supplies the roots with energy and nourishment, and makes the
hair grow upon a sweet, wholesome, healthy scalp when all else falls.
Complete External and Internal Treatment for Every Humor.
( Iales "and soften the thickened cuticle; CPTIrzRA OINTMENT (50.).
to instantly allay itching, Inflammation, and irritation, and soothe and
lu E heal; and CrTICURA RESOI.VENT (50e.). to cool and cleanse the blood.
A SINGI.E RSFT is often sufficient to cure the most torturing, di firing.
THE ,rFT ,-- and humiliating skin. scalp. and blood humor, with lok of hair. when
THE SET, $1.25 ll efails.Por DBro AD ANCM COR., O Sole PropW., Boston.
"All About the Skin, Scaip, and Hair." free.


Lenten


Delicacies.


Wa J'tch i% a ~ pa for ( Or


Likt of


SOL CAHI


Noa ItittitrIa o)'I A glit v-P..


.'ir!,-worthi of Ni'litio. I lh 'JNa o4bjl4'n 'Wbi is I'Vf~lvc'in.fa
el~rta-l..eal h-ima W11.%-ai ~ i n flfjlandtuf tempr twill a IWay h
,'it'.'t*'I llthi-i- .10 n.-thai' fie d- h t auif- liii 111it ;,. ; 2
Hl.-,*,CC-aroa will eaers all the aI~jlv *tTaeV u TIIt k-eep ,.-r !-'A:iiItf-1'.
ro:4 I o i- c fTji F.N w M r. ScI hwa rtz i- weak. asitad all run il ll'is t:#
:1--usre-. that be- will carry j ottowill ho 'ta'iv''ivoou-; ( itrit~ahl -. If -h,,
It~u -tnts c-very 4 nlf aIiiiill Ia.-. vte(4lti~lationim 'r kpia.w-'
aS- 4lv..rtkoi..'lal-. H'i- i-z (deter- I14-1. lillrv blofwI~'] will 4:aci-'
t h.i:e' 1 ijt :1?. i'e.oplo*a S tt'l.' -halIl. Ilot('I'c"'k.s-ill F e Ii i4e t : ;I, 1 :1
1#Thia I. adinuz (I ry'.. (1d-'1: 1 ; wriuii tyretelied (a-stlpI.-xj'im. Ltheft 'Bit
4-fth* IleCity aii f~Air d'.aIw alisjt jI'~w t''r. ~- t hit-lwst, u'. jsin aI rt'
low, al m mnnFAri Sat ro-ult.: t'rI i e.1-g-1htf.' -teaifliafh. Iivt. .111d
kdia''v- saiifto tpu)Irifythi. hli'a. !. It
wNaf i'' vll ec' fini',mriti.'.. inl9 .4 C
tho. Ilol'se i w ll A p1 ",f 14'-u tar ) 14 howe 4111i,' b. t IC' t-t'-kits rI *t i-h?.
vali I. Onily' -,'I itt- t W .C A. I I k;-


cVIareU PWIP A~rel IS r Or,
* Ksav-k-r Allrn'tii*-. ( A-. M.N. Ro olig
:11)i~ atd(1 lfpvt13id Wail Paper I R o olig
F~. i-net Wall Psiper'4. Full Iiia.' in 'a111-.':sId'-. platin i a 1a!,(%,
mp.l t-Q:ii'. J. IE.i U.-l J, 21(No. I I V.. ie .- 4 ,. Ua


STORE.


Just Received

0I Rolls China and Japanese Matting. To make
room for this Shipment we offer


All Remnants on hand 18c Matting, 14c yard. 35c Matting, 24c ya


at 1Oc yard.


25c Matting, 18c yard,


while it lasts.


30-inch Rugs, $1.25--New Lot.


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VIlTAL 'STATISTICS.
I~re-U4pr4olltf ItirchNa,..anl IDeadnths icle
uill 'top 4 )iiie.' ot* 1I l it(Ity (Clerk I'4br

~Vhjte.T' 11.. P Htrrv tand twife-. a
uaitI : (ha A. N11'd iand Wife,
sa -mli: I',11111p I'.'. S!1iichi Z and vifl''
:1 -4011 F. M. W il-iciand iclwife-. n
41412I14r hnt=. if~ lit-and witf.'.
:t(.45 C:' WilRa. -iur',andi wife, 't
41,414 I: tei1,ac P
'It i 'I ~lf. 74 -4111 ack t'ef'-4'i 5111 i. he.
* vtlii- ; i adle a iou l ltl A11-; I sa 111ate P
A~ l!"- :4. 4) ='l; Sa muti-'IWit lia-r-poo"'M
1i 1! w l if., t w iII-, ,I I;I 1'a Id (Ifo-IIlanal.- ,:
L", ite-.rt 'I. ll444i11a 1- aIit Id a m-01 1-I.
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Who is Rader?


ird, He's the Laboring
.Man's Friend. He will
sell you Furniture on
the easy payment plan.


Ifatndsomne pictures, bric-
a-brac, etc., in endless ar-
rafy (tf rock bottom prices at
.lIarston <- Finch's.


dealer or customer tan (lenl\.


You f("7:; .Sa utu


idea of our offerings byv a glance at our liare. ex( lusiv
Shirt Waist Window, and they are rchei,)er than
hcreCofore by reason of our Motto: "i I CIA O \ .\I
Ti I.:!' I;\ R1 ( A I rm: BUSIN.ESS."


New
Arrivals'!


New
Arrivals!


()tar ('ntre TabI'uhi.'v- L I-, :#i *. lng b~iieat I i : --!odIv .... I N. wet--
M~i- Id~in a~d1u"rtoIn iicaazaldtir. I.-i I.-f lt

AlaIchloo, I 'tT *ion IEdgingltarnd Iixnsrtio'a
(',.*jm ~iat Tor f-lsov Aph,;ite 1,:i :2 I :-# rtl''Ka.




SweejuionSale of Muslin [nderwear!
One Lot Child'! Dr~wtwer~. hetn mi] :t'la w U! .'1. "izi- I aaItIA'.it tI Oc 1pj h
Sizs t 1,5 :iid I;.t'*ih'............................................... ... 5 p i
One Lot Child's Trimmned Drave'rA :I! ( 'o-T M irk
One Lot C'hilid's 'rrimnnned (own-4 at Cw-t M irk..
*(hipa L- t Child '!- Trimint-id Ski rt-; at ( o-t Mark.
OnRa Lot Afla-.3e' Trimiled (1nWri~ at ('o-t M..:- k.
One I~ Lot 1;i e-C TrI'I imin.-'d ('1wrtm iae, worth :)--w f.'r ................. 00eah
Onle Ltt Laidivi' T'lrimum~i''am ibric ('Ieiuki..eworth 7.for ......V..e-0- acti
z~2One Lot Odlds and Ends.
JIIILadive'.'Skirt-. : Ot'i lwns. t.. lo-t. I~it at C.-t MTi.rI- P


King Carnival


Wi 'Cll hi- a he er,', and too cf'le'hr~a:' -I' t.. i-.% s~~t
w th :1- m eakiwiltro-om ifoir ....
:Spring Goods,
I nn ii. #oT,-ra :Iw iii'. Eri-ire -a t-wk (af :it C
(i -')rly R~ E.- i 4 i r-d rico-1 for Cl-t. 514 f '. ~.- li'


r ~ai ~i i l a! r lr i v i'eIlvdI iI'il .' fP an' ig
l l' w i i l l lt i~ic l r n e k d -fP.!a
JUST RECEIVED ',I,#- N. ;'iritw [ill#- of J. & N1 :'. Ea-le
slit",h~l. Sii(i Jita'. it. set~limIfiat-..in, [2a,.6t'stMvho.,.
Still ihave : f. bW oft'ej'I'-tS'a.r~ F:.l'Sar-. h:-~:
Willachi I ;Am -;:Arariti inz ci:C (l'ha I %-ta ar '- i? 5 f'rim, 'i .aI 1 ld
1 2 )::I1-) .1. Oc MI. 1'-.Ii-4:l.,I-,, ~black -I u 27, e Ii,


--, i ., I'. L :11". x S-.1' 4- "


::)--Jos. COLEMAN.
rI.\ \ .1A I* f. C'.


IRo s c s --Carnations.


Carnations 75c per dozen.D6lo
Amneriaen 8eut-pr S3.50 to $4.00 per dozo.a
All Other Roses $!.130 to $1.7!5 per dozen.'-
itis: lLap 2 MISS VIOLETTE MORENO.



O=has. 1H. Turner,


*.ARCHITECT*.


---ND--

Glrpon Prq. 1 11nm O+


.:.e Dor Vara-
"": $7.00.


larIeSt Stiacl c ;fnrki
in Itpc MIT.


Tis Larne Al p
Chair, $1.75.


E$o5 Cose.,


sms m m U -m l


,Furniture at all Prices. ", U v 'I ct .
We are -eilin dilniing room table-- --
'it l' aijlin prie : .l-o talvea bed- tuild i Repairiwn Ma1 ite-I and Orat. Si-ttilnl. Pl'tnibinli. Stuam. W after
aprinsf-. miattinz kithen r saife~s.an id
kitlchie cabinet- with bri.ea(d lo rd-. a:ld Ga- Flittiflz.
kte'l -r-i f"'r'lai, a'id tahle.war,. A Complete Plumbing Department under the
C i ql anl exaliiie th-lia i at 0. .!.
l'ry.vor..s lr,raii Furniture Hut. Management of E. B. Morey.
W "i'Arti-tie Dtsiigns. 1E timatef, Pl a n and Specifiaj:i-:.:, f, ilJ-
FOR BEA 'UTIFUL RUGS. in ,f All Kinds, Prepared on Short'Notice.
and Draperie- of all kind.. flA Large and Carefully Relecte-d Stock of Fine- Mtai G-. (rate-,
:a. well ,s Aeverythtin i in :h- i Tilinr of All Kind4, Bath Tubi, Clo-etanid f)IHusehold Ap;liaJ:.- -. 'amrn,
Furniture Line. cal! at 1 Hot Water and Gas Fixtures.


LACES IAND MBROIDERIES!


FORCES


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8 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1900.


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OVERWORK, WORRY AND CARE HAVE

FIRST EFFECT UPON THE NERVES

PAINE'S CELERY COMPOUND


MIakles Xerro,


Fi1)1-10


3 erre


Force


L. A. Martin, Chillicothe, Mo., writes:


"I have used


IPa ine's


Celery Compound


for indigestion


and


ne! vous


dclilily, and have fou-id it a certain remedy. It rehabilitates the system worn


by the strain


person \ill


of tedio(us litigation and


office work, and any overworked


lind it a sure cure.


HORRORS OF THE BULL PEN.
VIt(sMrf 1'l of she Idaho Mining
Troubles Le.'st ,Sumesnr.
WAsmnNoio-. Feb. 23 -The investi-
gzation of the action of the military and
cavil authorities of the Couerd'Alene
mining riots was continued today ty
the committee ou military affairs.
Mr. Wailiam Kando;pi Stinson testi-


I,,o "..,,'1 (.,r..n..i.. ira..i. 1 i your wife one of those
DD \w\ti.\i. S R. .'vb. 23 -The resi- hbaIndsome parlor suites
dences of Mes-r,. C. C. Calif and J. W 'r07n .AMarston <6 Finch.
Woodward have been destroyed by lire.
The tire "rig;nated ini Mr Calif's rei. I will repair your watches a1nd
dence end iiardly ainvtliug wa. saved. jnweir in flrst-clasts tyle. J. I.
l~ke t ofi :uruiture in Captamn Wood- StephenHS.
ward's h that Mr Ca itf nad $.5i0 Insurance on Medical toc.-v. Attention.
his house atni furniture, Lut it is not
-. .. .. l ThA will ha l orla m tinr nf


eod at length as to life in the "-Lull k"lowi1 wua At-, or no t i u i u uUai u t oOUU i 1 11 -w '.a u,"o n,, '.
Ped a wherentb accused mines were ward had any iu>urzance. the Pensaccla Medi-al ocitetv at
pen" where tbh accused m iern were the Board of Hoa'ti olmen at t
incarcerated. His descrputioa was sup- i O. itsuc- i.--ping Cl sr Riates. o'clock p. m Tuwclay, FFeb. 27.
plemented by a large number of photo- Visiting physicians are cordially
graphs al#iwin&: the prison enchloure WASHIYOTO-. Feb!). 23.-Ripresenta- invited toattend.
coatst ing of a number of rude shanties tive Fitzgera'd of Maisachusetts has in- D. W. MCMILLAN. M. D.,
surrounded by a wire fenoe. The wit- i produced a bill limiting the charges on President.
nesso foras a eed coo com sty wonerand wathe sleeping car to 530 cents per 100 miles E. F. HRUCE, M. D.,
remoiners for eged sympathy wsth thed e for a lower berth and 5 cents per 00 Secretary. S5mt
mine se an the "ulibqe n" was very miles for an upper berth. A proviso
filthy. The food was bad. There was permits a ntal charge of !.5 or a J. I. Stephens has a larr assort-
practicaliy ni sanitary arrangements. upper nt of Rolid Starling Hilver and
Mr. Stinson also told ot tbi guard v' iIU MI 1t Rovers Knive. Forks and Spoon
house, a part of the "bull pen." where M'S EMON LIXIt Roer Kne. Fork an poon
he and others were held most o: the A Pleasant I lemon Tonic;
time. The ram beat through tu and the jice f TEI
inmates were often soaking wet. The prep:ired from the freth juice ,f ,
straw had been trampled into the LetnoIt. combined with other vegt- litd to boy all kjuldl f SlllIc
around and the offers in charge of toe table jiver tonics., cathartic. aro-
United States forces refused to allow marie stimutlanti. Sold by drug- naud Flriltir, elrctuhldS, Ac.
hey to be brougo tin. Mauy drunken giit-. ~,,ia' and $1.4, hol, ttle -i.Sr B0 4
soldiers were put in the gUardnoase For hbl:ou-ni-s atil constip-ition.142.
with the accseC L For india+--tioii andI l toil -ttn ll. ---.--.--- ------- --
Au army ofTicer, said he. ordered a lF'ar sick ;and n''rvou,- head-achlies.
coror-al to rake a c:gtr from the wit- o- pAlpatation mnid heart fatiltiurt
ness an I when the latter threw the ci- taike l.limon iElixir.
gar down the officer reduced thi car For ,lee(ple.t--ne-s and nervous
p'orat to the ranOk for not snatching It. pro-tratlioi.
i'n, officer ordered that the men be For lo-Is of appetite and debility.
trea,%4 win severity. For fver. malaria and chills
-- take Lemon Elixir.
sctlIetgne ,d A j ,ur..ing. .~,,noti Elixir will not fail y.u in Place For Pensacola
1 rtA\KFonr. Ky.. Feb. 2 --The R. ;'nv aof th!i a;ilve' n iild eidi-a..ea-, lAl l
publ:can senate an DeI)mocratic senate 4 -whic :ari* fri aii torpid or dis- BuyerS tO Buy
convened einiuldaneousiy ag aintoday a-d .. ,to h otdr kidno-.
ana Leuc:ia:,t (.overuor Msroha:i and 1rrl.arel ,,iiv bv I)r. I. MI l, h i F my
?re,.ileut Pro l'eni C rter again pre- Atlanita. LGat.
t.ated lorm tv same stand. The cla-h Choice F m il
_ UuASL._.. l.K^A~rA^ 1.-rt++.! r w u .-z i .+ i .


ovt-r ine en r. ee tl (131 a
'ew minutes, tu:e Rt'putuican sela ,r.,
vress.ied over by Marsua.. vtimmi t.
Qd.ourr and ieaving ine Demoratic
senatorS in ses-uon.
KI.ntucky'Htilroadl ISlil Passred.
f..LMinM T,. Kv.. Feb. =23.-The Eeu-
.^ me Mchord railroad bii, v
= U_ 0. The bial empowers
the state jllld commissioners to reg.
late Ireight rates and to puunih extor-
tion. It was endorsed in a plank in the
Democratic state plalform and one of
the leading issues of the campaign.


b~t! -- -f I r :1a. -,- !I1,-inoai, ;-Alixi r
tit ii a ie-e. lv-r al"Iikid nev-.
Tl- F I ix ir (i4-1 tEN. I fe-eIM-lit t!.-#

1225 17Strep-t. a-h i:gtan. J1VC.


Strongly CAdmi .Q1ifls-
CHey.

CA= T2 S TNOT TO LLA7D11


A ii~~ ~ 1%l e-8 a tdAr-
risi-toillur the' I"-, SAI.:If-

o~ i!i iii~.al tswas ch-irac~er, z-a
bv tnt! adoNtl ).k of aarron':i, ras(o.a; on
c ~ I 2t3 SA 14A s-' 110iilk'Y Of IL)
x-as 7 ii ~Uande ne'd t,.-rso:2-
gi.~oil h le 'at.
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~'~ i2~ c. .'t0 : _01Its ( h.e
It~Oic' .~i Ihis t: io. a!'S
went0 i 7C s. ra hj:is VI -, a
Ithorry of ti.esO 1 rA.Sio (!I-
danger.s the plrniaut-!v'!"e A zitisittu.
t!OflS In 01aUr WlI CL-IE'UuiV
,113noiVed. T!IttvWe NWiii support no
man for tho preiidoncv Gin~r cmigra'is
whfo 1,4 not i:ziowri to be r~b 'o :1:e'iv'op.
powsed to 111 8 po-xCV, and that wve will
do our beit to def-t!% all e'xnd.d.Ltes for
either office who savor it. "
Several ded'egares objec'od to the use
of President McKinley's name on the
ground that it it was ustiwije to insert
permoiaaltios. Tne revolution when first
rireaeteud placed the responsibility for
the war i:,j thw Philippines with tbe Re-
publicaxn parry. under the leadership of
President Mckinley. but on motion of
Moorfield Stozey of Massachusetts the
words "tue present administration"
wore substitutedi.
Answering theo ojectioasi of those
*wbo favored srr~kiug out the name of
*Mr. Mciinley, Frank Scaphens of thiu
,:tv said:
"That Inurecerer ii the mati who is
Irhaefly to biani for the s~iatnxe rtag
I l:ta.3V upon the c'ontrry. andi Inls na1me
-suould not be reuuvel,!."


alltL ( uLro in a 1 P. perity.
KR.ZLAW, S. C Feb ... -It 1s now
a settled fact that Kerahaw is to have a
cotton miili. The capital is to be $100,-
000. It ts said that a charter has been
applied for When a town has such
men as E. D. Biakney. S W. Hatch, .R
L B.ackman and E M. E-itridgeamong
its citizeus it can safely count on pros-
perity. One or twou ew cottages are
going up and the vatun of real estate is
increasing since the factory is to be a
realit'-.
*-I t ink I wo1 t Nd go crazy with
pain .ere it ie,' f!,"r 1 :atibch rain's
Pain alm.n." write- MI. W H. Sta-
pl'ton. H-rneinie. P'.. "1 hav-be..n
alillictod with rtl(tilliaiti-ii for -se E ral
y.ir-i and have tried reniiidies with-
,uit 111i11h01 r. brt P:-in Halm 14 tilh
l)het iiledicitie I have t rot hold of."
iOne ;a iplic;atit i rilie-v. thl,, p in..
i',-r -ait- tby Hanniah },Brs., 21 S. lPal-
afPox ,AtrL+t.
PROrME8IONAL OA &DS.


Dr. Mareellu!5 e reary,
Plysilclac and Brz on.
I[sI dence. -'I "%*-,t w ,,- oryKtreet
1'hflf '!"'.
Ontlic,. l'Aleit berrtK Hullein' I I Mouth
P laf;ox Itrr-;. Phone -7i.

DR. Wx. C. DEWBERRY.
OFFIOE-Hannah Bros.' Drug Store.
RESIDENOE-400 E. Jaokson Stree


Win. H. Maean, M. D.,

Homeopathic PkysiciuB ant Sreor ,
Late of Ocala. Fla.,
Offers his professional strvile.r to the citl-
zeis of Pensacola.
Espe'lal attention given *o the treatment
of Chronic biseaeq and Dl-apes of
Wom.fn and hlildrtn.
Thirty eYwir's practice In ib- tMe uth.
Residence Phone No. t^a.
RrAnnr-Rinlnt Ruilding--Kio.mn .


Dr. Wilmer S. Hall,
DENTAL SURGEON,


Masonic Templs.


Pohoh 354W


nol~nns E~i~C


GROCERIES IIjENEXhL 1SU[BANCE
-IS AT- I
The Well-Known, Lsat Estate A cents,


~IeLemoa LZn Ehi:~r Up-to-Date Store F- *nr L
writ, I I- 'ye -itI'-i r-,itiv I-(4rl kT WFN TY-T'o OF THE
from iudi;.v-. 1 a'j (sr oilv LEa.tau- I-''i F IX T.jFU MARI N' .
bs'ttle 01 L+-i- .Lx ai-:' iar dU l~AiC LI ur~lI.PLATE
plodUhaU g- l a- ila I hve LASS AND) STFAM XLER IN-1
giodr m pth i :21ii- ie iLi i I h y I LURA NCR Ec o N'


Bi

The
of Maste


It mourishes. in -
I has tdzfillh
the brews th-atb i k~
Norsemen to splendid ph3~
strent:!:th,iogcthl-r witt,%+hh eref "cii
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W. C. NORMAN, Proprietor.


Telephone No. 46.


--:THE CHOICEST AND MOST POPULAR BRANDS OF-:--


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I1 W003 AND GLISS, LARCE OR SMALL QUALITIES.


SOLE AGITS FOR


Illh)()K HIIII'l sl'S01,11, lAMJ.
YELL a.w-,ros~' 1 -.YF.'-f-
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CELEBRIutATEDI' I:R-~~~ C


SOMETHING NiEW


- EVERY DAY-
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HALL & KLEIN'S


Mammoth Retail Grocery,

502-504 SOUTH PALAFOX ST-,
*rololphono 0a50.


~W Pt li-.Nowiand Old. :re4


('aardihially tinvitetd tee Viit a ivl


their Iniin tuee Stock.


Telophoo.e No. 147.


Cold Weather
Coming. .,,,,
orders and I' ts till y i vo r n m h.-.
coll fnap arritv~ -. wk- ,will -.-'v .
hosatcoal ouall an I mroe -r far eit it i .t .
or beating purplorses t r-aiolmailt pr. -
l0 ompsor. OIse 9
lia-sler's In

Coal and Wood.
(fIcM and Yard: 14. '. L.',rr r /trarns... --.
and Railroad Mtr> rvts.


McMillan Bros. Co.

Coppersmiths,

General Metal Workers.

m .+ -5 Manfactlers of and HeadiBrtues for fte

Celebrated McMillan Seamless Turpentine Still,
Cmplite Outlits aiwaysp a hand, d repaiLhg dose l eI con ti

MOBILE, ALA.



JOHN PURDY,

Foundry A IMachine Shops,
CECNTRA I. WHA.', (C K.J! J-FEK-ON AN;D PINE STYEI-',


Telephone 34q.


Penmaocola, Fla


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CORBETT JEFFRIES FIGHT.
ru;zaists WVii (N...tr'.t For Warid's
9 ls..tipipf-1mSaIt let ~May.
NwY, RR. Feb. -U-nlcss some-
tiimcu1 n~onmeen baa:pr-1 !!ia t';o ean.
?i~i'~ .~tW5 J Crbe:t and iJamnesi..

cna!,.;nsip ., n.. ;vr: I ia tae areux
of tn--0~s~, aai1o An.t U)o3May I
Ar'i :cs t,) tn.s ~- I,. %v been
-!:ii.- (n iic'a.., ho txii: :rriige
vi ::.* ... reM..a::.at hI-ESprings
A~ct.rv par;; awl 1.r-sar,- for tvio battle.
En, tcrams,': -will tbe ;),stcr. iber .Jack
an ~ -o~i yn u~ w t tt-rweigiit
jr,,-e'rt vti'i train at L-ik-wo A and
:i-i1-tan 9 wiii b1jGui3 1LlLi.;ti and

V!UL CENSOR CABLEGRAMS.
4;r-o B, r. I I is st it A isots.) U i.e.-ta 1-r I'tmrposis
t'. I itri-rit'.sPretooriis. l)iontc h ".
\tA-1INC.TUN. Feb .8.-Grcat Britain
hiiasuniouaei i'*e kcr ru-posc to censor
official as well as private cab~egrams
fo:,,t t,. inttrrat~ocal representatives at
11; etor .a.
Ttiide 'h.r:.ticon is one of ths imost
important s~cps- nffecting international
re.-atiuois taken byr Great Britain binoe
the wir with the 7.1'r.ansvolal began. It
1-4;,eiv-to urov4-i'e creodn
whiich WilL be of great vion.ont in re-
s~ecct to the ltur~re neutrahizitioa of
1,; ncS
1%fI- nofT hat th' : .-urp-)se of
tie c'enor-h'nr is to pr~-rent P r. Lerds
or e1'rLir aiteu's !rouim('(rI:unui.

W-8-1:.iei( I'Ise ,Its Iloutolui1.
1. I '.~V ia SAN l'rtAN%.
:-. Ttitbiacik phigue has
~r..n out t at Ott, Kahului. on
ih .rld (if Mttui. and Hit), onl tht,
I-,al4 t.: Awa-,I. Ill" latest advices
i,... sj vi .- (it-mn s a: K~ahliuiui* aA Chi
rf* at HIAo. a Portuguese
., tt wife of A. 4;. sezao The
S v.~WA, 4'''**i irt eb. 10ini ia
Le .' '.~ w'ri Bh a hi w Ut :rina

I bali iin I'-:' .Uiu. .1. e towri, uof Lt.
qiraratitini" :.g.1Itainst ohrtptiucaa oj
Maul.i. t 11 t.11( li t t.'ALtt tiw piagic
rta-:ied Kahn'*ui through tlie shipment
ot Chinese New Year guuo':s
I e %.11-4. 4114 ) ln l III-ielt .14 O. aIiC at riiIt I IIhkat

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Lo% I-o% ( (8 11.,cea rienba~
fi olld 'iit w~teraidi'i her ..iui
be&S.\Vreer~ e:1114,at 11rktrIy-
puI Ot 4' a.1dTheI lturospectsurof co.tilgt he

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T -t tif to rti. I flr 0.". eie~
Ciner-SeI and tapanese


-=_Fancy Goods,=-
FINE CHINA TEAS.
No :it SI uth l .alat'x Streer.


ASIATICS NOT ENTITLED QUE TI
To Amurlcan Clz-rt',h'shp S,Says JoBe E S T I
of Virginia.
WASHINGTON, Feb. 23 -The debate If -,r-i were offered sure aid in tit
uoon the Puerto Rican tariff bill was and ::. sntmthin;r ,.f doul tful .t'-h
resumed today at 11 o'clock. if. *:i .::.w t.'f,,:-. :uu -tron' '
Mr. Jones of Virginia. a member of N; ,, i-:r; i t,, t-. -4 .:a. t
the insular c'n-mittee, was the first 'l: .:v~er' to. thl sc nut'-tin' t ;
sneaker. lie discussed the conditions with i. V ..ittijn w::.: ;i' .*i !t -,
u hich existeti upon t:ie island oi Puerto w,:.i1 W rik -- thin; .in :1 -.,ler-s '.-'rt-in
Rico which led to the president's recom-
ienaations of free trade for her goods Why t e 3 do somsre I
and quoted from the testimony before .2Ostpr aIG.usposseSOl
his committee to prove that the condi-possess
tions were far worse now than when MediciMOs of unknl OWn
tho president made his recommendation. P tho to ?
Ile pictured tee distress tat pre-
vai'ed on the island and declared that Lydia E Pinkham's 1V
only immediate relief could prevent the 00o fe test of yVArs.
actual starvation of many of its inhabi. ood the test of years.
tants. Speaking of the real motive beo- any remedy for female
hind the bill, he charged that it was hi
disclosed by Mr. Moody of Massachn-. lOuif coul hSVe give
setts yesterday, when he declared that OWn Inierft
he was unwilling that 10,000,000 Asiat.- o nut try exprimncnt'. l-uy what
ics sbou'd enjoy the immunity of citi.
zenship in the United States which had ham':; t'impound can do all tlmt i .
bar. hia Lirthright as an American regard to it can be easily v-riicd. 1 u
citizen, pro.- o:r canins.
Mr. Maddox of Georuia followed in
opposition to the bill. In the course of Baokaohe and Womb
his remarks he had read a ioug letter Tobl uu t
from former Representitve Turner of Troubles Seou to
Georgia, who was for many years upon Lydia E. Plnkham s Vege-
the ways and means committee, de- table Compound.
nouncing the "new tneory of the con- I ve I een for tn years n in-
stitution," upon wh:ch the pending bill valid with female weaknl .an the
was based- tirture airl pain I sufftcrtl 1t, t..'_-tn
PUERTO RICAN CA3LEGRAM. c" t '. ,. I .'r Ip. ,spent it. -.... ;n
Urge's ioiUtioltn by (ti( l esr s t;f Eco- i .:" .gM t ,:i i-t' t ii- ii t .'t :tt. i
i;,:l' l<,>:i el r1t1lr;l| 'ld heI \\; .ll'i. \\ t i<-l. 1
lO ll ( |'r e Ill. l .ll:t!l 'i ",1 "* I l I:' V I !l' >'l l\ 1 ll:i l
W ASHINGTrN, Fol. "i.- In anticipa- b,.,, i,, tt,- ,," :n. t i1,. .,h,- ;.
tion of a lively debate on t:ie question t:'eat it,. '. t ,< )' ,' ,': -
of the right ot M.ithuw S. Quay toa i:ir;. : I ',i'l : r,... i. Ii. : '.
seat in the senate as a mem b-r from d.:-;vt .,!:,, ,a i i'.',,. ::' k t'*_,.-
Featisylvania., ,ectators c:owdu d the talll' ;: p n ,'i! '.v',.n 401 .'. t 'i'.t I
gai.eiies luja*v. :Ii'. *L' l i '- t "tv ; i- .. i ;. : \., :!
Pre iden:; Pr, Tern Frre laid before -- ti~*:l. *. ,i:::: l 1 '* '. *
,.Airs. ; E'c,-.n. MonAett. 1 Mo.
the senate the foilowin ( caL.egaiani, ad.
dressed to) ;;inm as preiaent of the sen- a .,i :if, .'-
ale. irn.lh "a n Joan, i'Usrto Rico: r I 'h .!i 1. :. :-
"*C,,nui --Ioned by people oe Puerto ,. 'htat 1 ,. ,,,1l nI ,t |,' it :1 .
R:co, atten>i;l.n coaie ration in combine ',, c t nlih. 'th ',:. ,,r
oration ot ine a: niv;r'trsary o0 the birth ,,t ll ', : ; t,' '
of \\ '. ii ' m guilty's s.. it a .sout ..n be adoprod of '.,: *, !,li..:l, ::, tht lif. 1,. -, f ;.
ct' uniiC a ti,ro lfe1nts. Very (lay repreo- 4',.i. an 'i
satn:., ('on<.t1era...1, .c-s IadGing to total *, hI,,i, t :-,. d. in,", t..i on !rt.'
.'r Ho.ar inq ir'id whirhther the chair .h: ,,:,. ,' t a .I, .i, r ..lI t.,a
. '.1 ii. ct liOiv r.itr 'o re a petition 1 i, ,,i f, f,, -
1:": ai:!Z iLtls of ta,- t I !;V:e-.
Ut on It rn e u' n i :;.t questrou. But .-.. ,, **.
it'e .-t:,:.i;n r-rr,:n i M ssac U.etrs mlay :' '-_ '. ....- I:nc.. 0.
jL i.. 1. t nt' ca : "e 4. .A c t .....


jU il;- 1ow tu. c a.tr l,..s as et pr,-
.eut-,d inm .lu'umeunt to the sicn:t;e."'
i'ts A N .'i ;.u-I t:'.rais.
New York, Feb. 2 --Dan R:ce, the
veteran c.rcwu clo.vn, who died at Long
Branc:in late last n:;sZnt, was no outf th
oit; -[ si.howt'ie: in A rerlra. He was
nir eihty v'ars c. !, aL.d hal traveiet I
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WOMEN,


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vOMie. r.;Sk onao f their

value, wai-let? -:ay even

fegotable vomr-Po;:id has
Rt has the lar gest sd--e ot
ills in fthe wo -I'kfand
n ft this sale except Its

16iif -d s ito aai allt.~* .
-)!-'re are L ',':; -'x


Facts About Two Cases
of FallIny of the Womb
Recovered by Lydia E.
Pinskham's Vegetable
Compound.


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I I '. :. 1 "; -l 1 .. \ '\' : 1
S \\a li'. A. ft i" I'-in ti -' I 'Ft-' '.:' j i '
,i.I. i i:pr ;i: ." Mrs. (i. A. M\\inter
(iidd, Rosenla. Box 22Tex.

; ,.- .. : !* '. ::': n *r' i n -. \ -
-m,' Ii]I y 1,' t n ;' ;ii., l --" ;ni l o ; th rr'-il *
S)>; n:n :1t !<'ft \u.r::1],. "|'h' !'.tin in m yV
1,:(,l, \ .-; ti, n .inii 'n. ",;c:ul \V<,;.;ll .t,'het" n '.1 I
\\,,u], '> i n"ari v > ' I'inil.itini'- ,'' .,'rta,'"t l ,' 4 ; >:i]nd hl ".
< ,'] >n ,' m .rt';:t re.i,.f. I tt- | no
I P!il noiw. ;in'l I irivt \,. 1r mI dic'<-ine'
., l' th,' pr'iis.'." Mrs. J. P. Mc, pad-
den, Rosenberg, Tex.


3t1inin'' 1',e I,, lito Italsed. t elm o
Bi.3I ,o;i ~kt. Ala., Feb. 23 -The Ala-
bauma Consohdated Coal and Iron com.r- m o
pany ann'Cunices that it will increase:
the wages of its coal miners in the
Brooki\oo,. district '1 t cents per ton. 2
effective March 1. Six hundred men
are involved. The Brookwood miners i
strnck several months ago because of ',


Ovarvan Troubles Always
Yield to Lydia E. PiAk.
ham's Vegetable OCn-
pound.
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i i' .Mrs-. 'i. .Mill'er, No.
103. Canai Street. Neu Orleans, La.
Vs 1 t '.^ a. ** I t 1. 1* 's'tW'li.~t,
I 'I" r' i' t l i .l 1 ,s i. .\ Issi .. s
;ltlV'i..i 't l;;t"r t, I f 1 ,' !l: m I: 'l. l 'ii l

;I h' t'. \ t ln '. ;l \ l !alt I' ;
,, t 1:: l "- 1 1 i : t #' 4:* t 1 1 \ |i > if.f
1, -*.:vin.- Mrs. W. ". .Miller, No.





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,!i ,i ng', -.. : harb r,". :. ,

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t,' thall I li.;v hI,, n f,, :*,, \,;anr
i h.iv, tak[in tfii ,,>t~lh -~. ,ind lii,
fri'nds -ar, -urprisIl at n r,"pid in>-
provnn-nt.' Mrs. W. Mi. Walters,
Cold Spring Harbor, L. 1. N. Y.


Hotel and Restaurant


ALL ORDERS SERVED ON SHORT NOTICE
AT ANY TIME AT REASONABLE PRICES.
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Si. f .. Salveis; te alleged failure to rece ve the Bir- 'K;< 'oms or lent by the Day, lBeek or oenth. .
II] ijiili-d,, sfr It 'i t1iii j ,it." i,., mingham district scale, but the strike' ,.,-
SH I t ii ended late last fai Tne company also311, 312 h Trlragna Strst, pposite Union Depot.
~Witch HazSalvo'announces that it will spend $300.00.
ohn .ihi" it.shri. ..Harii SPl.h rliaacy'v, on improvements in the Erookwood dis. O-Telephone 63.-0
.j.in il>rl. Ktin. trict this year. This will include the -GEO. WILSON & CO., -
building of OO new coke ovens and the W
C:A.L n" r L O Ix.A*, opening of several new mines. 1 Don't Forget to Stop With the Fat Man.
Bsm the IN K'nd You l ie Always ouV D Y f
8:giaatre .^ d f y/'l r- "" l )eVitt-' W itch Haflz SSlvo. i.-; Rl It Ilif AIR. llO L .l l.
-kill i; Petnsacola, Florida.
For l W itc, H:,.'.l Saiv.'. 1;" va ,, .>f ;tll
For' I Sale. 0li t'Trt'it-. Hatirj' I-'h l ,trun y.
S/tea l n SawOi ., /11 OIl t *Jo lS B' i1 N W v. 'N. K: t.W.K..1 .. W .1.11 it ..-Z..
( .. {C .|,,i~i iiI,;'ll% 4 oh o t'A i11i.... '.ul..


an.d ptractically new, to-
2ether with two-stori bu ild-
in -li; by 1.'2/2 feet wiith/ new
.fl vani:ecd steel roof. Filer
\ Stowell .M1achinery. Ca-
pacitq tic enty-hi'e to thirty
thousand feet per dai/.
hlatrra ii/ or I1'Jtt. I/f, pi.
(WOner 'one. outr o1f 7anful-
]arultrin-' buisin ess reason
for selli-n. For particu-
lars write.
1 ,-" LEE DAmIELL.


DRINK LION BEER!


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Geo. Pfeiffcr,


FOR SZTEAN I DVI~ItN
1:.%I1WAV CKOMPANY.
1'rwn 'n'. se' Penscoia for the Litz:
'lay(,,. VIlvim'tta Peach. Warringwvn.Nay)
Ya-c aaud arraucits at
t#iiAl. :n.ar~rive at I'ovt Parrancass 7:ij.rrsm
n', i. arit, iv F'ort irtfcq .sati
pJ. In. array- .tt;- ort ivrarr~an'it- I4.:t. v a
S.:; 'T) tin. :rriv. 511 I or t 1).4' 4. M
t;: iL.' m. ni. triv.'at ?'ort Psrrafizi'as -,: i v n
*: ,.rv ma. a *ib .* --at I- ort Barrftnca- -:4.i pv'ar
Train's ie'3ve k'ort Barraticss for P-e.tb
7:,t ia. m. s*-r:v" at Penioacoia %I:4IS a. yr
1 :01 11T73. arrire at Pensacola ...... 1:45 pUm
-.;,v p. *n. na rive at i'eliSaCOiS -':4.,5p. 11t
.- % p1 Ii arrivs'e tt P~asfk'ola .4 1 1.
T,:aLs p. in. arrive' &Z Pensacola ..7...:435 p in
-t:4.1 p mi. arrive' at Pensacola ..... 9:1. p. w

61-NDAY 5CKZnUDg.
LeaSve Penlsacola. LT Fort Harranoas
ea. M. 10a&.sm.
1aM. 12 in.
1pM. 2 p.mi.
I p.M S P. M.
5P. M. 6 ..
6P. M. p.m
IPARZ POR WFIK DAYS.
Ponsaeoliftto 1"(';t arrancew and retva'fl 4:v
to Navy Yard and return-. &%
*0ue oa oPalMetto Beach and return i5e


Agent,


PFNSA( 'OLA.-
Try v it. GoilTepht all



Mit tnV.yIVCapwU s uleswtr pcrior
t'3 Bals.eamuof Ct"Ipai '.,
C"~',3c3 and Inject ionm..
'Pty cure'i a483',-.uT4 thec
same rdisc-vjcs w~th(".t. oi'n
SO".M Y E'ALL DRUGGISTS


SScrew Worms
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Wholesome WE
'r!i ',ll' i.I 'la:: ly'-i-T f t
'i>. -.ow- that ev'fi I S.
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ea t l : c '- o f illta
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Ii-' .. ua r.tt i lt sI %t bta t '. S i'li'at n ia % 4-d
.1 10'rl will' 5\ 5 (a I Iy llH11it'11! c tSi'
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water.
414 f tt


First Aational Bank


i;~~; ~Or PENOSACOLA. FLA..


AY.', W~' 'M. H. KNOWLES, W. A. 1B3LOUNT. F. C. B.ERNT A' Vs' N. J
D. R T


f draw our swo ii P fon f '"l'V,'CO i ( t Mr PIrelanid


w~pr fr-I sssstirle,AI welv'el-, tiriv'"'s wa7, Mwe~c'n. a-d.t-e irrp:ucr:tis
diii'hs's, iisew u-;(ed !).v' aiaiv e t'n- 2 V ~I b.~r ruti.o r. Favo7%:'.h Ic Tr ,:-. a- .-I.their
i' i' ct' ad '~t''tI nt ii $ a ('liatos d'i:F -' t':* D4 s tfn Ton -.r Y-' L. Day?;

2 'at 0 dtvl' (sit uiite f;ttieet. aiiy a.Iis' XWSafosty Dtopoaft EBz'nsfor Rtsnt in Connection
ar .t it' ~ I 7-th -v7-21ch we hvea Pizm2Apartment for theUsne


A.iM*AVEIfRY,


IMPGRT"1-M AND~ J(RFE."?R OF



Iron N;:11Ano~ Ehv-A, E Aw I apd Ste~amboat ~Cooking
and Hesting Stovr,,, Paint, 011c; and Windr'w Ciae&,
Agate art4 Tinware and 1iousefuraisIhfug Goods.
Grins,. Pa-to!q and FlebIng Tackle.


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( t '.i" i' w Isir -r i .i r v tiid Barre ts

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and Ticks .
d Are Instantly Killed when


SLOAN'S LINIMENT
"'. is used. Alm n i l.2 a pravin, Curb rr rpl't.
(..dLand Saen ..............
'>-' a C,.t. I., k or I" ui!c,and FI lr-:1.. 1-1
C mi aend M xp. . .*
Sloav's Liniment i as :-- v r,: n r r- *
as V. I as I- .. ". 'l .a :.;t itrn ..y, i L t C t --a...;
and Colic. It -he . .. . .
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AGENT for Birmingham Rolling Mills Company. I:' v. r Glans
Stitched Belting, Northamptou Emory Wheel Company, Laft!". A Rand
Powder Company, Johnson's Kalsomine, Iron Rineg ard B.:ck- .*tovea
and Ranges, Wm. Coups & Co.'s Raw Hide Lace Leather, Masuary's Ready
Made Railroad Colors.
Masonic Temple, Pensacola, Fla.

JOHN McDAVID, H. A. WATERS,

REAL ESTATE AND BROKERAGE. BQtcher and Green Grocer.
CITY PROPERTY. FARMING PHONE 172.


AND TIMBER JLAND)S I-'-It T# ;:fl-ee o-and i'
FOR HALF. C'Lickeitu anid I"~~'


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Iteal IVj.tinte. Iaii-iranve and Iermeai
A4genttl. N.i I soit ile al~allx I -11''.
Vteii~aviol*. 1l'ltridla-11)"etli~ng% ior
itent-Omiubiot I 4to Chlange.
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S',-SoUth lI,,-% .'. %t., near N-riim's.1tl(
Cffiep-i; a-d HElaN..
Sud4 -tom- of firor -mlount Huiild~iii. for
al-1r fh t'- u, Buildting.
T ta onvuller4 asII fl g i:-d.-.irtNI callst onr
ir' al oo ti ii *o A ,: t -i "itr) tall t 4aPi ir IlaP tt ,0 ii(s u.
vkltmho~bI.ntain" tIAlImmL...inl m~i partscof tilet
vii v. We-arte thi-a~d~l .Irit-r-tfoir 4AIK titis tit
Iteal Vitjtet.mvr~i hp%%.- .'("444our h444ks 4.4.ti- 41
'ii-S i d.) rahi. 4'oi4 4 1 Ili. l- ,-I Da)rtsd4-of Thi-
v-.We- al4,o reiri-.-iiti. P.tirit -cla..'.Fi. re
I ruiti renvo Ciinqmeii ia-. and ciin piac- oil
ineuranee ai thn-urailee o(f prompt paLY-
viivtfl Iin 4''t ofl Iaif u +
Fr orthe-r informittiaii. Urito to1or alr
u pon TIiie'# 4 '. WAT%.ON &I a o..
beading It-&I i.-ts:.- and Ra-nitil 44~t.

Have Your P.intina
and Papor Hangilli done by lmp-to)-
d.atepe..pI.. iii an uo-to-dtt at.. IOy'
hr Vatronizin-r J F. Ra'-.-iA-(Co.. Nit.
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OPERA HOUSE.

Frtay Evil., larch 2.- at18 C~a






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KIDNEYS.,LIVER

AND BOWELS

CiLEANSES THE 5VSTEM
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OVERCOMES.-j

DIARTUAL &oNSTI1T
PERMANENTLY
-%0 O rGf g T
ITS ENEICIAL ,
SV7 THE GENVINE-mArro eY

CALUffmN I A FicoSy R TCo.

oft b&U ST at,& 0wsu aPO C 5 U w SPChL

Yesterday's Bay Eqeur,.le'n.

Ia-_e. too"- a joi ~y jrly up tth.- F.,im id
4Pn On eXCU[ts'iiiv .cerday. "lhev
landed (onl tantitat o-Pt islminil tiad
picked up s.1xeI1-4 star fi~ah and pe trl
.)yaters on the outer beach and -,twixt
a very pbma,;ant day. The party von-
si-ited of 0. P4. Vardlen (of Pari'. Ky.,
MrP. John Boy--r. M isq- Either Boyer,
J. H. C'arte-r. Sirs. F. Bover. J. H.
Harter of Cullman. Ala ; L. F. Mur-
phey of G(Iavoston; C. 1). Beyer of
this city: W. A. 'Nevil-1I.. A
Neville.R. Newille, F. B11'. -Iligr of
Kewanee. II WM. .F. R. Sleo-ppr
and son1 of Kuuukak'e. [Ill:Nli.--
zSewoll and L. M. Fish ,of t~i- city;
H. Hume. of NMorri, Ill,: NlrQ. iH.
New-ion of Na-AhviIle: 0. 11. Ruh-O
iiell. Mri. M. E. 1Lo.eh. Lawroric--
viii.., III J. R. H~edzoQ. I1-t.N1
Hed~ot Pitt-b r:M-. It. It. K iine.
Li~~nIer.lzd.
A Powder 11Mi bI4)lioflo.n

do dra-itic iimm-.r~al i ;1. but lboth

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:, ,it~- ui Ii -a. v.- Kj I'. Ii g'- N (-w
L.vif- (ip- I L.'a,!1il#- ve.. Cor1fa
tioza. ()il% :-. atW. A. D'Ah-ni.

TilOS'.(. WAr-O)N .& OMPANV.


UP. CLEARED AND 1HAILED FOR PEN-
SACOLA.
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POLITICAL ilONCIliJZ. AI=
IEVE
F'or Repres-mhtatve.
I hereby announce nmy...t:! aa Aconralidote
for K4.pro4'entstivt i4'.4 4!whrnI~bia ('ouwty inf
the L.gti-iatur.-. but~ject to the Dia.ntweratic
P.'amnurit s.
-.T. EUmmT 1V4LIE.
For Sheriff.
fo b4hr-b" a-fll1O.vinli~ms eif a- astiraid r,.-
spOI-tfullyVn~k i ha- support .,( illy f .. ii
and vo4ater vt the 4' U44t3. 1 *If l. I'Al
015 'CI-lu itc t let'd to~i 4f 5aiz I uilia.'.' 171f.'4i tiY.
fmi;~ ly sud imipairtially.
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for 1-1.-cl.'~ioll 14i114'' 1w (i-tof*')4'r47T 4f '-P
l-milft.441 4in1Ity. 1'iii44.1 114 W 14t tbhe !
1.-ag.s arid ititert'st of *I;l my -1:i-'uI-a.

Fo.r Shmeriff.
-livi iT of 41 l'.s..hliiiblLcoui4Iy atIt helt'-nsui ~,.;
eict loll. J. .4'. N' .NViT.
F-or ('jerk of ai te Circtutr C(-u rt.
I i.-r-hv an' t'41 f.i-' 11 v--:fV a,'a*1 (44 hti*.W4 .
fm,1 u-1a4' 4':. k o.f ILa.'4.'irew? 44' '441I
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A1tRIVVEl I' .T.1 '.ANTIN F.
Nor ilk M4Ltbai4jr. 4.7. K lop. Ceara. to
ordfor

U' (Oirl-ioat Mactial-, to participate in
.(!- 'rt~k Nirupyat:"'7, Hi-il rk'en. (.iaigow.
to W M5 I'e.4-er.A- 4' a
It hk D--I u.' 3U i' H, 11-a1. La81,1114.. Cupf..
Towua. to o~rde-r
Jno _-, Mleirtitt & Cu.

whal 7) t !-
it-' wa4ig .A7'!ce-tiad-i';-t. I!lam.:a'it 1t
alif
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.A~i-:.'.I '.mi 1 :1ao 4ov.i h, I-lvul!r
I r"I'ti iat C.o. laor 1'it Ia t4 .4. *4j3 3 41 b-lila'' ('4
1(1!.'2..) 4 .144%C4' $ -1. tA4( 1431%pi~iSulahta
i t(w k. vaI u -d ;1 4.- t l4,-3,-,
It '-11mP 441I414(.o14!'. Iv'atl .' i"34
".14-. for ('SptCim. ItuilY. itwhh 1'.%7k oit lit-%% 14
t 11111r. *.~7,-P ,'t -a vi; ttsa!'1o,-i. 7-.. 4I -) fIt
tir s. Cmi '! i ."1. '41. A i.d.': -n4 i. 1)y Puai -
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11 %%' h.- it : 113 .-r. .; 4 % It 3.51.4tH 1144 ;-r!,(
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A"Ti('1*kANT1I".


TILE SHIPPLOG.
ESMELS iN FORT


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It:! Ba4'a.4-,d~i :-.7, k'att.t"'IN. 1. to11
ttu- (.olumlui ,l,uU.1 .I-r':::ntuzi. to)W41.
M~ It tiW1i & 4 1.
Nor M' 1-iw. 1;7: Kr: 0. 4i'414-
Norii' 1tiC 411111. vs ui-a'i'i.i. ts H IH
ItloNatiloo. .1. 41-. (I ar4 cIII fur -; / 18
BARRIP.
Pr Afli Bnl tlgsi, o-1, 4)Itto'rsuaai. ItoBamirs.
Dunwody & C.')
Rtu. Au~traiia. a. F~andea', cid for Babiak
El is ica
It Agrbto~tlo Torrizano. I11-%. Torarizano
Trinidadto 14 ard.'r
It 'iralet.1111:. Costa. to Baar'i* Dun-
wody &a4
.Nor Dot're. 7.Iartien, to W L Wittach
&l 4o
.Nor Fig.'7.Wa-i'ii. Dundee to orda'r
N or Frint-adeni. e.'...). SunoIjvt'. to (or 1--r
\or Hel-i~os. ',21. Nietiat'n to W h Keyser
S or II :aghtl r. %':V). Andot'ron. to %1, 'o
Ru-i HaInn. 4ait. Alirlund. ito Peassacohat
Lumhi ter Co
.\or j..ady ofladys4. 127". JIncotmv-ii, to Pon-
sacola I umtbo'r Co
Nor 1, ngfellow. 7.1. -vand!.*'n ItoW %_
K.-yser a Co
Nor Minara.'t b. 7 2. Larse-n, to W S
K.'vyasr A&(C
Nor- 4 lphit-1iai.11-:7, '-. :~an*to IVew1aelin
Lbr 4 o
IRu. PItul. 7". I 4-nil4't ron. Ito orda.'r
,Nor Roti"rt '2 raf 4411 ''.i. .1envi-a. to)
S S Co'
It St *'4it'. ira. 5i.H /.i to Ro-ni-o BrH o'
1) U;1w oJ .t qi

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-MARDI GRAS SALES.-

We are prepared to welcome our
home and visiting people to see our
Spring Line which we are receiving
rapidly.


We positively carry the largest and
most tasty line of Ladies' Shirt Waists
in all colors and prices.



Our Stock is Imimense!


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Fit T1""tV3,~, 1ax 47..i-cow.at A big line 0of Ladies' and Children's
for 1111 v- ~iunars g'aaacorit v. r --ito-Slippers just received.
4431 4411111'. 14. ond li'k t.k If app'il jr t ft a. li .
lk-nd andvandrs Footwearlv
lai-fr Tay (Cillector. af MKen's, Ladies' a dMisses' F o wer .-1
hiiavjnib.t ittafl'tiin-A 4'i41i -m-nbt''ai iy 913weare the L.eaders.
ENCU It t -in ~acoun11t y UIhelist -ia Im 4ig .4dt4.'rI 11 ,A Au- -
M AN V to ')IF. h,

'Il# addlfYof WtillamirW. i:-hard'.it u Ifi.~~
iial e I t.v f illin 3) 11. 0-i.ad Vaill '-- t't'Ii~on aas I ?I X '- '1.
*-a.s'o fair I','iolitifla VOL 4I4tY. "tihjf-a.'tLi) the 4 ('tjf' .ji/ti/ 1)i
statloti of the detsnocnatsc priniarltr.4. 1W/ iijs
Fun' C.uilly Treamixtew'. ('A-, j 'Iva I N
for roiona IF)taoI Ion trei'tioura-r of EJ'esri Nh I it ero
C4)U ity. iu t'jo-'t taif)0adoet'i'iloiiatit thebefUnot Iitv2
detnocrattiv gprlinury election)1. and respe.' -
hilily sollait Ib- suippormt (of Iii.- %iirp of th The finest and most complete line of V_!
ifin fiithdgmlprmorni.4"t' of dor thatun Iu- Carpets, Mattings, Curtains, Window
litivor iidioei.4'ori..qlto fulfill d(i u ng imv pii.L ha e t
it-slurt' of tho uiflele. J. W.. IlA~ait. Sha esEtc
~ i ti'.1311 I he Pe.acep. Al,4
I hereby aynt, naiveiny c flandm1tmida'v Vol. ..- ~t Al n~(n'i1ur~to nU tCi VmnhPthihp
eet'ic-4.'to4t 14tho le aifil.'. Js.a5a ,lw f Is. tho Yo i u arUeJ UUIUlaIJly EIdILtu toV!it arDIUIaJ.Uotl IbhshImeUiitU
faor tIh.-S", I ott ia-Itiet. 'i!1jlot'' the- t it' 4l,
t1 oI 4 of1 1,1 th I- II IIis44t111111 ,1g I j. fI n 4 a Ii- .-I. o, 4J%4

j'4irf.11 4*li Ie?'f it the ~ We are Invincibles in Low Prices
fie~by ttiloin..II%- -..19%v f-ritrl, his makes our Success.A
-if : h..e Pa-c I'itt lila 't o e ImIvd -Ir k.'T. utw-vt tto l4.
tie acl io~l of tilt' tloiim 1.t~iult40' p ilmilol.u.'-*,,i.
.JAII R LA N I I I:4I

0 't tj A% '4 1tI -444 I o i a 4'o11112% .I T r d '.4ll i -,I'l 11c i l

fI i I I d ai I I i '4 f t e a nl a -e I I i 0 .14 ) t a i '
4. 1.Hi:Rs3 COHEN, FRIEDMAN & CO
V"or boupt rI~iniedelfii t ofP&aluiuuIoa-
m4.EItaI'~t'1. 4~y. ~ %~'"4~7 -o y '.:; __ 7,;


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plt.f#AIt f i4 4 ~a Tilt'..- pp)4rt 44)f 111v t"4r.'.
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tI rut ic jiriiiar.;ai-et'tion1. N I t i( 4 )(

CALL AND INSPECT
1'1!#-I:irg- and ('4inpolt-ti
1IEi)srEAI) :it
The Escaffbii3 Furniture Fampp*%

-Elegant lbed room, sets, or
cheap ones, wh ic/ierer yott
u~ant, at AMars/on. 4-Fin~ch's.


An apeia 54'h aIII ne.! t. % Irt %Ia r-a-iI -q." Itan 1
ADoa' KO-16 Aa''t.I L -Id ItiIrk entitva't .I an 4
Aatirli"-* Nor. -,1 .7. Id 4owirp 1ic WIt
He-ngha brns. 4w4i* '.; siL i4bo. al1 In 2.*
Bra neiletto. It. .,I. I.? I rt It ateti,sit Jsn +F0:
Push I ma. Sit aI. -I dHfitlI I Ann
1i limwari '. Ms ct-0. 4 "741HtIM ll.I n VI
]E~tbi ouft-. Fr. A. is4. ld ht14I.ouz'.i .i Sti (let14"fI
Kinar 'u~mlIak-4juvt'1ai. Nor.-%a.4j at Antwe-rp
Ehiezer or. pad fHr*titl Jan (1

ifilinit. Noir :*.i ld FZ41 Iia i-Wtd. Ian -1W
tiler. Nor. %id Pkre-;ioan I iba-tI'I
Jaoban Irg.'ns. Nor. sid t'raitiansrand No" Io TC KT
.gibanni-. Nor. 'al4it'1ontbura lDoc Iv
Louaise. Nor, sId Lomndhon Jan 221
Liia4t Fi -. I t. oi~d Logborn lipc 2'1
Li tin. t.OwtT I-1 US okN ovO5
Loua-. Kus...%7.'.. ski Hasolurig VF-b IC O T NE il
Stizmpoorp. Nor. 'Id t041pw-Totwn .1mi 5~
M. agdo Ilun. %o~r. Ib P4. id L.- it it.1 u: v
Nlare,'Ila.It.-Il ilinlOul g. Nov4 -
Nora. %or. '.Id Ixndaii: Ann 21
4 11gs. Kus..%'d Lma 'alice 4tPwiet
Otnero. It. .avw. sd Hin'no'iqAvra-.8-% Sy),IA
Par)n Otuldra' It. Id.'..'11Alal(%tC41rn Jan If,
-igi c. % or. The, it r-tion. Jan :DT ese 0ods are, all tI~is Sea$op's
I't..IIt- '-1. 1it -6 !. aW La PIM,1. Na4)%' :1
* ne CInl, I I .1. 14' .., Mal .eilies Jan 4 0 3S fnVi


it1; 1. '
I-::y, 'it-r. old Rio.Juavitro Jan it
Pollux. IRuf, f-d cattery LoasdmI)ec'-
NAVAL STIOItK% MARKET.
ItIported Daily ffor The Newe by
Mees~. A. M.Mtvam .&Uo.
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Ph fo~r lt-bts continctel by
.be ciew of glid -vbmeI.


21 l~iz I "fant-* n (I cliltI rn- If
Wo44oul U aldir,.hrt-. rt'~u Iitr4414-'%' I.tiu


reguIitir "'72 giloal,.%.for tibs' -ilt'a
fI' iack ar'd I.'-dun!t7.
hi t f wool i I !#A. r--al r i In *,-c I-;,I


wtll .4h, r.!. 4 r1...4'-.*a r7-l'i 14' :.
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-N E!TH ERt'--R c a'tZain. own1-
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t ,.ar deb1ts11.4 nt eract4 pi-Rem em ber the Place,
:he crew of sai~d %.4tis'vl.


W' 8. K.'-. 'A: I


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*-.,:, 105 S. Palafox Street,


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SW. B. WRIGHT COMPANY,

\ 4ANI .\ A( II 1, FR- AN' I p I) 1.1. Fl.- IN

LUMBER, LATHS,
SAWED CYPRESS SBINGLE--Kll-Dried Sa s





TY T1 TIE: W' WAIT COLUMN !


AWNER'SK


SALE


UGHOUT THE WEEK!


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Buyirq arid will be Urloaded at a)d


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8 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SAl URDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1900.


* RACKET STORE.


Bir NJ III) '.44431' 1..'oA Me1rritt.

Am 4'',.! :-'s I.4t.1to 4:u~'
A 55 I i .41d ,i

Amin I W' ,A.41i.to i&,13"lir


Ili ealfi-t ne% c.11 1

t- a c ani.4r%. Apt .: 1 1-.
co ..,Ell i~ct ?i t -:.,I r
A I-U, gq% of pi r hi o or- I .14
H .situsaiii* rs AL Pr. UlorMi-C I.'


F 'OR SALE 0K Uta' t'I'_ar.


urbo. fronting Rai-atiu
sold #Oon ea-ey ttr114. And at ., i
4'. Wat eon .4k t'o.

th iy oilm (1-y ta-rii-.
Real lIctato Aivency. I,. lIfalit-A
gair. 241,122 routh 1Ytallf.', 'ilrtri-t. -
w A mni.; ix

t i wt n-t.''.4. ,!' I 44 ,ij. r.- 41C4%. 1
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wbtaky bottle A I. H.ViA.* i MIKDNAo i-m

U~NE1-40% b rWAN ls I IIn I-u

r- A P'I N -'-44!* ,4V-
VI i- wbirky bot4.41- 41. *A. 4iIf k -'Vl
-taN. 'TIEt!!4'1 beer Ii. lits at Dann*ot t



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mt Flub lni in b eidenc a t., t

MAKAdN ''l' H U, Ot At.K K'Ht M. \..
lh* ir corne t'lmaOrmdt'.alm t
pafilpi frn sil Ga..ors lat tle..-i J. H .
1tel,;rn1p1.110UOA"I'hll 4m )IN A ,It
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tirace on Jacksor. erms :; S2a.10tpr ioa-u



ph o rne r 1i:i n C v tlisb.pt

pftrnd for el..e r nhair onstl J. Hft.
tit ote .prn ia. Ng ttim Ilgrn

ANT D- milt iiritleta
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DAILY


NEWS


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VOL. 30.


PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY AFTERNOON, FEBRUARY 24, 1900.


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


tiOLD DUST.


' Housework is haid work without GoldDusti


'W-hing Dish Cloths






C. 1 .7jst V'4s*nw Powvdcr


WAL0

r.',a. rA"~II 33KEOMPANY.
coa-eve. 'Lcurt owft 7 MyO*SOil..


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Mh. II.%,% H ,ERE.
;IA- .'rriated Tiata Mornmeg :aal An-
chor'ed in i tihe St. anam


'T li'e unhotMathi:az. wn, i- t4a
lIL li i *. p.z it:'; ,',te iin t Pa' ea'nu. 'a r-
itilal, arrav.d thli i, rnizar .

i-.v the Daily News' Best Pa- S'.e is a lmt;.atifiul 'craft and is bhe-
trons Arc Prospering. ng a:re by a tuber af 'pacta-
tors from the various wharves.
The M:tac'iu' ke-el was land ;:i 1Ml.
roughh It n:.rt. a letion Ha' She ha a (d .-laceP 'it of 1,177 tone,


sc '',le4il th Ie ,ll After the Holi


Sand a spe.( olt 15 4 knots. Her ei-


olayM.awndHu einns." to lpeki.nanThow .
.l. ine is ?.,I; horse power and she is
\\'hi, Invll it TIhroiilut
Thoi het) 4 feet in length and 32; fe- t in
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breadth. 1Her crew conami-ts of
eleven lhic"r. anad (one himidied and
forty-t .ie men.


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tonsainuetl t'. 'liniitay: 141 I)y 7t f..-to tatr lh.k
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.a.>h C.'letmal. the popular and wife to Mrs.. Fannie T. Mtr.ong: 4%'It
S. r. ha- a new advertis- lenlt ill of '\ fAr'it otot7i an d '. arl 5 12 i-
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.will do well to rtead It and i'art f t .. ec ;. tp21.. t west. 'n .
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Mtlr. 4 Pct. A br~a -In Sn S :I *I.I 1r, mfet-sar
of %v.-.ctltl ttsaa'ic iin t.e('little-rC,n-l
-s..0o1atdn. e ec~lyd-ire a fs-w
jt;jWh10 3re not talmieto' rtad
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I pIT~UmA-tv eirMgues-t"were entertained. A
EVE NITSdtwist del ghtful 111Ilti wa'. se-rved.
th- -ard-;. Iar w.i icl i re' eattiful
mifnirs. h;:ivi ng on11thle outbid e a

THE 1-EE Is ithiamgraji led repr-senbitia'n 4f the

T .:i- 4teDewti-' borotghilv -,swell-' aimdtip to)(idit,
(.1111 % iii, ki-l", ;t the ho,'ilE 1 Ats rv*iir~tid'n and servia-e. '[lt,
4k ~Pctl1 e a f cut of the a'veliaiig W;!i
a.! N r-.i'. F. ~~:al on e Wt pr~c#natioitjttin af a itedrul 1v the-
J ~h .n-u~ .~ 'F." ir' izf /e a Uvi ted Sajcia ty a ftie ,)jlQ o4thle
r.r~ ~-" a ~ il1N.-y Enmit Rev,.utio:i t Na j -) r It. M. Ca'.ry,
~)j4.*~~ p j/~ ~ ~iI "lin;tir~lt forthraoii
i~jj -.hi~''.V.*~ ,''~i ltt- Juldgy- A.A#,Yryanal Chaplain la lr%'

t-,a' M 'aNr-. Furl MI'-and ~Ithe (01i thi' :in evelningth I.'.


t',,divs a little a, r iiltn i 'it. wa- carried
.,,f b M i-s 11 tr-ii.
.*. vfiinaig -aiti'h"r eX-
tr a- ;* ticti;-'it.ttl in l;y the G *-r-
i.:.: !e; : : .d it-; gI -. -v-
,r'* ,, :I u;pl fir-t atte-nd-d
; l t Li:1 i:e -p f h v !] 4 f ( I l-
SI i ul ,. aitilld i my "look, -
>ni" (lr,,ipp.-l iln their l:tt-r part of t.'*
eveniiii. up n th,.ir return from t:.e
opera l.aia thtus in kiang an ulius i-
tally well filed liall. The dancers
all seemed iln tine spirits, the cos
tutiUes oI tne ladie- very pretty. t;he
upper delicious and the evening al-
t',gether a lovely aid enjo)yab)le oil".
There were twenty-two couples pre--
Miss I ottls iPitt and Frank Ross.
'1Mis Stella White and W. M. Pitt.
Miss Mary Chtllin of Milton and
Fannin Chiplev.
Miks Daisy Hyer and J. Whiting
Hver.
.Miss- Leah Chaflin of Milton and S.
M. Cross.
Miss Harriet Cross and Dr. F. M.
Thigpen.
Miss Alice Kessler and C. E. Mer-
ritt.
Miss DeVinie of C;aliforni .a:id Guz.
Eitzell.
Miss D)ai-ye Wright and A. A.
Brook-.
Mis- Mollie Watiren apd T. W.
'inlt.
M-Ns1s Ilella Qi'ina and IR. .Tur-

Miss :M.'y Swaiine and E1. (Quina.
Miss Miarie lTylor and R. A.
French.
Miss hei-intger and J. C. WVats, n.
M is', Verina H. Alknii and McKl't
McClellan.
Miss Maniie' Morritt and C. VW.
Merritt.
Mi-s Marie Sulliva.n and R. C.
White,.Ir.
Miss HBerta ]lyor and Henry IHyer.
Miss M ary Aikein antd J. S. Mc-
(;.11L'LI y
.11t-- N. lie MTallry Ialid I 1..
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li, ::. antl .M r-. .M 1)ln. of ')rt
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Mi- -- Fimnni.e Aikeni nai VW.
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Stag---Mntnsild 3Mr,,n >. 1). F.'
S.ulliv'a J. C'. Av ry, Ji.
I'he l Marri'd I( diess' Enicir.- cl' ')
wf-re Imidst plea-iantly 'Int.rt Aina Il at
th!e hoine of 11r. S. Kahin -i l:F-t
(ig'eory street. Four tahl s w. re,
tilled with ldides who were ,.,:z'r tao
add to their collection of china a
tlalf dtlz# i1 lovely c-ike I)lts, which
w'i-e won, as fllrst prize. loy I Mr1.
l.uis Frit.dmian. At live o'cl,,ck tl.e
gaines closed and dainty re-resh-i
Iments were then placed on) tlie
tables to be enjoyed by those
pr -sent The Imeeting on -next Tuo--
day will he at the residence, of Mrr.
IB. personn ou West (i:idsden street.
W\tdnhsday evening Mii' Alice
Kessler entertained in the parlor of
Hotel Escambia -'ibout iftry of her
friends at one of the most. delighlttul
cald parties ,of the seasoui. The
roomms were prettily decorated in
palm-. Twelve tables were tilled
a;nd eleven galines played. when it
W;as n:lnouni(',.d that NMiss Blanche
(iuttmann and NIi.-' Mary Aiken,
Having won thie highest and an
equal number of igamines, were to pluy
a Iand for fir-it prize. The excite-
mient then became quite intense and
every one gathered around the table
whele tthe two young ladies sat ta'
decide who should be victorious.
Miss (itittimann proved to be the
fort'tlnate one, and was presented
with a lovely ;ilt-framed muirorr.
Mr lo,) wonI getntliinan's tirst prize,
a pair of silver tipped abany Hmill-
tary brushes: N11-s) l)a-v' Hyer.
S -conll' tadiet .pr lA/, a blue gau]Z"
fjn NI-. Henry flyer, geiilellitAn's
s-cond prize. a -ilver paper knife.
I'ulnct wa- e-rved dourinlg the galln-s.
anMl a-o soon )i the priz-- weli
a.twarded tte a ume-ts wV.e ushered
intoa the -ap:t.'loti dii. g roo)ll.
where a Ionz. tal.le with beautiful
d-c(la;iins If pinik c:trniatini- wa'.
spre dtl with -ut)-t tiitlutl- ;arii ilain-
ties fr thie title '.;tia t.ne--ts. A.li-uxN w re i.' iI ;l )h aut
,an*- a:. i; Vwi!hi x' re--nas i; all ;i
.liles t,, th .i r -..r n i I.. '-- iof
;i\'1 1 p,1 -- ,I .1 ;llt- ],1 ,t.;:l t V rlh -
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; ,ye' d .tt a. i 'r.' r -- 'cl'N, ,)l
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T'le "l' ,':nr-1a.y :i:' r:n *" u^Lr-
>' ib !;,Id t1, ir la-t I t ne-:,:. \V lta*e--
,1 v "af e".'"la n iit 1.''" l'u a' t 3 i-s
l.izzie Ilger-. M. i-- A.-A ti : w.' t t


,i: -t priz,, a cake p!ae; tMr-. H. E.
L. DIaniell1 con >l'-ttion. a pr, ty pill
tray. anid Mr-. Me-ick the bolb\. a
,bx ,f candy. 'I re club will mI-ee;on
next Thurn ay with Mrs. Welles.


Aikenvt ave to their danmin;r u lpil-
mat Clutte'r's hall a el.arniir', ,- ''re,.
which wus soa well attended thaitt h.-
side the dian:'ers on the 1o1, ,r almost
the entire' row of el.airs ioa-inl the
hall was tilled with sp -cttor-. whoa
"aseem'ed Iboe i)int'er.-ted andl chanliltad
'vith thpe tracet'il iiaoveients oi -**
iiialhy little omanes, all daintily r'dre-- d
and eul'lc t1ce expres-ive of so mnutch
plea uri.. Trie march of :l)tout fifty
pupil', led by L'izar(ah1 ainal Helen
Whaley, w:,s a marvel. Like little
soldiers. ,.iach one carrying a l1g.,
they m'irched single file, by twos.
foulr-, eights. ob)liquiely :and then the.
columntis divided in tw,, one half
marching under the crossed flags of
the other column, making a most
attractive picture. These young la-
dies certainly have made a most
marked success in training the "lit-
tle tots" in the terpsichorean art.
The younger pupils left about ten
p. in. From then until twelve the


LIIMORS OF


BOER DISASTEi


But the War Office Cannot Con-
firm Reports.


lD ) an la)spamll Ti%'e Il |'114 I {-ele o'f
Iatl. o l i al .ind ieurre'lde'r oi (Gen.
(roi.j.,. liIt Therel is NoOllivnal Ite-
p),rt ol' Eilther -i4'.ilntorcenlmeitEn n
RIoute to Help (oal.je.
IoN(ION, Febl. 24.-A Dutrban dis-
patch brings rimnors of British suc-
ceases, which, if true. means practi-
cally the ending of the B( e war.
The reports, which aro i.efieved at
Durban, are that Lady smith hal
been relieved: that Crnnia anId w 00


older pupils together with any visit-1 ... . '
ors who chose to join in the dance men have surrendered; that ,oth
passed the time very delightfully to' Kitchenor and Cronje were sli *,/
the measure of Barrios' inimitable wounded and that 700 Boer4 C
music. Several of the German fig- been killed and wounded on .." ,r
ures were introduced and rendered river.


with grace and SKill.
Tlhursilay Ibeiti a holiday thle ten-
nis courts were filled and the Golf-
ers were decidedly en evidence. A
very pleasant way of throwing the
sporting social world together.
The .Misss Wentworth entertained
the Thursday Afternoon Euchre
club on that evening. The s-core
card. were exceedingly pretty and
appropriate. s'-uveniis lfor Washing-
ton's birthday, being silver and tgilt
hatchets. Seven tables were filled
and after eighteen gaities were
played the prizes were awarded as
tol1ows: L-dies fir-t prize. a slilvN-
nut cracker, to Mi-s Lizzie ,g, 'r- :
IMrs. IlBz hliil:m c iiCMIls l;itionl. silver
pon, al(Id 1MIiss Smithl. b)aoy. ;a
hatchet tied with cr'imon rihhblm;
(entlt men'- fir-t prize, a *ilv,-r
lloiiiit(io' c'lillb, to n M r. StillHiianl:
c(n-ol.tioln. a silver pencil. NMr. An-
ders.on; booh)y. a toyv drmi. tied within
rihbbo. Mr. ) avi-. I>bliciou re-
fri 'hnients were then served and
,," est-Pt departed after a very de

MNi-- D)i-y Cohen entert ained! tlhe
Y()unt-g Ladies' Euchre club Thiurs-
lday aft, rnioon. Mi-s Sarahl Kahn
win first prize, a lovely gold purse;
1Mi. Louise Kahn, second prize, a
bottle oft perfume. At five o'clock
d.lintlly refreshments w 're -erved
tand tile 'evteniurllcamen to a close with
the promise of a reunion at Miss
S:tra;. Dannheisser's on next Thurs-
day.


A: ('lutter's hall Friday evening
Mrs. Hing[am gave a very success-
ful and delightful card party, from
whi'-h was realized a good sum for
the benefit of St. Michael's church.
There were twenty-two tables and
at half-past ten o'clock the prizes.
were di-tributed as follows: Mrs.
Hagetrman, ladies' first prize, a hand-
some vase; Mrs. Martin, ladie"' sec-
ind priz-, a beautiful drawn work
scarf; Mr. Sam Gonzalez. gentle-
man's fir-t prize, a !.ilk umbrella;
Mr. Hal Brosniaham, gentleman'-
second prize. a silver mounted
clothes bi u-uh; Mrs. Turtle of the
navy yard won the consolation, a
very daintily embroidered picture
frame. Delicious sandwiches and
punch were serve-d after the cards.
At the close of the gaines, Miss Har-
gis delighted the guests with whi.t-
ling in her most charming manner
the "Mocking Hird" and "Way
l)own I pln the Newanee River."'
After thi, a little dance was indulged
il and the pleasant evening thus
elided.

A vl'y elegant dinner was riv i n
'oni W.dne-day by Mr-. Will Irrn-
inll r o honor f hr -. Will not -ay
what birthidav. The le orati -
were delicate aild beautif ul con-i-'-
ill;g ,,* white hyaeinlth;s ;tni fr.r -,
1,*utonniter- of the samrne lovely flow-
,r-' h- irnr furni-hed for the ,.'-i t:h'-
Im-n n;.td a biUiqluet f,,r eaHch lady.
(ov' ers we-i lain for f tirtt.enl ainl H
n1,t-il1 worthy o)f tt:e oeci'sioiin wa--
--rved,.

'" 1 % t t1

CELEBRATED -C :.::pi:.
k. ,tit'* j) r

.,it tr "1 t


I vea ::, o

I 1ea-, co


Malaria.
Fever a:-'
Agne.


Ip tC noon :he war office hat -
ceived( no news to confirm either
Sstorp y and milita.is's' place no cre-
dence it: the rumors
Li st tight"t'- di-itches say that
the bomb.irdinfnt of Cronmje's posi-
tion co itinuis ; th:tt part of his free
tri, d t,) h.'ve the liagi; r. but were
driven back.
There was little chaiingeo in the sit-
atiomn last night, except that a large
British supply codlunim had arrived
and reported 2.i Bo) B-',rs operating
north of Paardeburg. Thursday
night after the last shot had been
tired the Shropshire- ru-hed forward
toward the bed of the river ana
found a number of dead BoaRers.
(enier.il French v captured 7 7,more
p1 i-rliers Who hald pre.vio:i-ly es-
' ined Iromn thie c'.rdotis a;nd the
pl:irol to te W i'-tw.ird calpturled ;;0
milore.
Four 'zeiar.aik- atre kirt tao hat'
l!rryving to reitnfotrce- ('rinje. Thl-i
r e 'ri -l o,. l..ta, (;ir,( l)er and
I) wet.

,I t 'al"<- E, t ionr
Ar-e .r.:iJ. hut Skin Fruption- rob
lift f .,y. Buia'klmn's Arirmea S.alve,
.'ire- thh-in : ma Old. liunnin- and
Fver S. re-,. 'lcer-, Boil-i, Felonis,
Corn.. Wart-. Cuts. Brui-,s. Burn-.,
Sc;ld-. Chlapped Hind-. ('hilblains,
lBe-t Pile cure' on 4 ;rth. Drives out
'Pains and Ached Only 2. (' ts. at
h)r)x. ('ure it'irant,-ed. Sold by W .
A. D'Al-.tiberte.
ATTENTION :
Mleimbers l'ensadaola Idmiga. No. 8.
Klirihts olr l'yl hI. .ma


Attend regular ma-eltiiLr Monday
night, Feb. 2;thi. at 7"::s;' o'v!oek.
Work iji the rank of knight by the
famous Senatoriitl 'T'eati. and "other
important busine-s. .meminbhers of si.--
ter iod,;e;, and vi-iting brothers cor-
dially invited.
H. JrI O.FVINE. C.
H. H0oSLt.:R, K. of R. & S.
TO CURE A COI.I IN ONE DAY
Take laxative Bromo Quinin#e Tableto. All
druggists refund the rnoney if It ftiau toi
cure. VI. W. rove'as biguature iA onu ach
bo x. 2c.

3 'ou ca n h a ve gla.'se.'prop-
erly fitted for your eyes that
are a comfort and a pleas-
ure to wear, by Dr. I1f Wil-
cox, the Optician, at A'. ..
.Indersen's. lJeweler.
MACHINE SH4l)P F't RENT.
Thle inahine-lOe ahop ail hialer
work-s itiit:Aed on South .JotflY-e ai
-ti eet I 'entr.l wlhairf :til frier m lv
) a i'' i; i f(l ) v Jl ja es II .A: -. I)w
for rent. Apply I t,
TH ('. WV \ i N CA (a .
I' t. A .;: *'n1 -.
Mlot Luainchi on Mardlai *(.'
I. ii,-- m[f St. .M ihe l'- ,. ri.ji w ill
ae'rve ,Ot hlunih on .1M iiI s (Ira- dAl y
in M1 .J. N. Anrnrov.-' -'a e .. n a ;i, al:m-
f,'X -'t et. .a-.,tniable [price- Will
[Are 1i itle- proni-ing (donl -
tion- :t,- r r# Iqez -ted to, h;av th e llt-
te-r sei't in by "Saturday n# xt. 2.ftIt

Tha Escalliil Furnitore Co.
Ham- .Just R'eceived a l.r'
'a .' .


INSISTS ON A VERDICT.
Attorney Genir-rai Nolan ('laimns Evi.
.tr* n'' ai a >ultli WX" ii r F I,'.T. Feb. 2.-When the
.qetiar tcotn!iiitteO on elect'noIs met thiu
morning. Mr Fauikner, 'r the defense
in thie ('lark c'a.e, aztn ,uutied that be
had determined to tet :.r d:t tiresent.
TI're mtcht l-. two or thr,',- witnesses
to be calledd later, bar. tn.ac they were
iot now inl atten.iaanl,
Mr. 'iark wtwa rceal:ie f',r a few an-
important questions and then Attorney
ienieral Nolan of0 Montana was placed
upon the stand by the protestaont in
rebuttal of the testimony adduced by
the witnesses for Mr. Clark.
Mr. Nolan said he had become ac-
quainted with Marcus Daly in 186 siad
that while he had been in office aimes
that date. Mr. Daly had never i iay
way attempted to interfere with hi ia
the performance of his duties
Referring to the grand jury proceed-
ing, Mr. Nolan said that he had sold
the court that $30.000 used by Whbio-
side t his exposure was evideae
enough of conspiracy on she pan of
Whiseside or of bribery on the part of
WPc-lme and that he insisted om
611 a onue way or another.

0 Lull's Cough Syrup is the remedy on
. ".ich you can dilp'nd for th- cur* of a pro-
Sracited coutgh or lung afTrcllitn broihtmon
t by exposure toa cold. It ta tlio. mcut ex. lentt niedlt in' sold. A lidtia' co(s only


Who is Rader?

He's is the Furniture
Man.

A SOLID C.ARLO.IA
Of DutTy's Malt Whi-ke y. the be t f, r
niedicinal aid family u-.*, has bhepr
received by Eutrene Arbou). :mod I e
is selling it at $1 a bl)ottle. It i-4 tt.-
most reliable matdi ket for lung troubles, .dysmpsia, de-
bility ai nd ialari.a. Try it.

Five Thousand Rolls
of Wall Paper in -t. -k, all of thefia-
t,-t pattern-, ari dm reI r io'orinu.
Pl ices from i s- tdo $1.7.' pe) roll. J. E.
I)-s & (Co., N,. I I N. Pala.fox,
i n'h, :''2. 24f-tf
I ii-(! hironc';iti- i v. rv -;. i t r fir
yr-ars aitd no1 iedlic'li'e g;igve' nit- per-
nm i tiiit relief till I I)-; gati to< tak; .
One Minrute ('ugh ('ur,'. I krow it
is the be-t cauitihii imedicne madee."
says .1 Koontz.,('orry. I'a. It quickly
cures cotlghl-, c'ld, c(roiup, thmna.
grippe and throat mnid lfiill trouble.
It is the children's f. ivorite remedy.
Cures quickly- llargis' Parniacy.
John Sheppard and S. KKahn.

Don't buy anything in
furniture or house furnish-
ings until you hare seen
Marston 4' Finch's stock.
Their prices are low: their
stock is complete, and they
will sell you what you wivant
on lon.g time.

Three Large Stores
Full of FI'RNI'TI'E. The first
line of Walnut Bedroomn uitep ever
shown in Pensacol:i. Pretty, neatly-
fini-hoed .191i oak Itedrooinm luitel at
all prices. Ilattan and Cobbler Heas
Rockei big and little, cheap and
high. Look at them.
0. M. PRYOR'S
Bargain I''urnishing House.
EVERY IltOP


*' t,'ii~re *1I);&! oe' in a
Ir''T i tlr.I i i.I I I rPp J4

a r'i'" .w i*r" t.-. t
~ ar r ip*. I. 4.,.
Pa r*-l 'r f.,x 4 ) 'l~ :7S


I':VOi o0 t( hef r l-il l- 1 -
Bug-Proof TI V A
iitn tt. iT\ ayer, Take Notice


Who is Rader? March 1st interest on
your City Taxes will be
He's the Man that sels8 One and One-Half Per
Furniture so Chean for !.


T


E


NO. 19.


S MNO
Feic tl


I Makes the food moe delicious and wholesome
POVO*Lt iAmK POW0t4 CO., mew veOQ.


I i f I i . I t I..


STOMACH C"R











2 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY FEBRUARY 24, 1900.


IMPIOYMKINT OFPeO.
Rlmg up 382 or call at the office.
11 North Palafox street. when in
need of a carpenter. B. D. Hoffman,
Besinues Agent of the Carpenter's
ad Joinrers' 1',ion. will furnish you
with th' t help ou short no.-
-: *.tl t


GAS




RANGES


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All Connected
Ready for Use
for...


$13.00!1
". -^ -- .

To those new comers
just setting up house-
keeping these Ranges
are just the thing.


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


PSmICOLA G CO.,


No. 3 S. Palafox Street.


James Hudgies'


Boiler Uforks


Steamboat and Sawmill
Work a Specialty.

:teani Boilt-r-. Tanks- anrld S t Iron
Work ian;tiufactu'ed and lHe-
paired. P, ';' Fittini 41
All Kind-'.

H9 to 813 Souti P1afhx Stree,
pi. < ,,. ".',. 'i i ,'|il;ol, "-.


A MAMMOTH AUDITORIUM.
Kansas City Prrpared to Entertala
the ('ortiventlnoa.
KaS.sAS CnY. Feb. 23.-C.nvention
bai;, where tie national D mocratic
convention wi.i be feid in Ju.y, has
be-.n 'asked by travelers as one (f the
iartest andi rnmot per!fett.y constructed
aU.i,'o:lunts 1uin steuce.
Tn'e t,:ai sear;ng capacity ig nearly
'').0J0 and with sraria;.'g room:. the
buiidiiig 1i. Cipri ta oet ho!diu; iiincre than
.,j ~eo;-i' e .'ie urenA a.one seats
4 Ou. To e:acih -,ie cf tue arena and
under the r.r.t iraicony are numerous
ccmuLu:ttee rooms. which have their
separate street entrances. Toe build-
img has no stairways. the upper seatings
being reached by means o: inclinedd
tian- s Separate exits are used for the
teconitea and roof garden. and it is esti-
ma Ct that the hail can be emptied at
the rate cf 5,010 people a minute.
The building was erected at a cost of
$'.5.0'0. raised entirely by public sub.
scription. It ,.'e-upies a piece of ground
3'4x'00 test ina extent. is two stories
high and is hbui, of native stone, cream
bri.k and terra cotta. Tue first story
is of the renalseauce style of architec-
ture, anit the second story is peristyle
form with ground and columns. The
buaiding is o: bridge construction, with-
out a column, the roof being supported
by great ste-I girders that span its 200
feet of breadth Its general seating ar-
t.angement is mooe:ed somewhat; upon
iae p an of the Metropolitan Opera
House. New York Tue flocr space is
divided into arena, arena balcony. bal-
cony and roof garden, boxes skirting
the arena and arena balcony. The stage
is situated in the center o: the arena.
Its acoustic propel ties have received
especial praise. Hon. William J. Bryan.
who last June addressed the head camp
of the Modern Woodmen of Amer:ca
in the hall. said later:
"It is hard to conceive how Conven-
tion hall could be improved upon for
the purposes of large public gather-
ings."
Dwight L Moody. the evangelist.
who faced in this hail some of the larg.
est crowds that he had ever addressed,
said from the platform:
"I ceine 1.000 miles to find the best
hall I hate ever spoken in."


"Aftor doctors failed to cure. tlo
Orf pieun (.C-112I _'ni'o attnd thlr--' 1bottle-i 4l' it
cur.,J o11o. It is dl,,) tle i)b tt I- Tnt(dy
on tarti h fol r whioonini r c',.i l'. It
etirEd illy raicldchildre i of thi.
w,>r-t ca-.'" write- Jnio. Ilt 'ry. Lo-
gan.to,n P.. It i- tli. ,only !anrn sl,-
renitdy t!ai:t ivw-s imiM Mt,.i..t, r,- -
Silt-. Clir'- coCn h-. <',ld~, f!"ipl
aind throat and Initi tn-tlli-s. It
prevent- r.>n-umi tioii. ('Childre. all-
way- lilt, it. M oti,,r-4 ind0,or-,, it.
Hlargi-' i'l;;iri;it'y. Jo,!h : S t-pi.lrd
ai1d S. K;ilm.


CASTOR IA
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
Bears tne
*iguhture of '


BE'(3001) TO Y()UPfSi-Thl and
u'u) '(1 to pill frivind--~. XN*1,4a V4.I





Tiy Ttic :Ntw-, l'icewi- .j-I4

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NOTI IF'.


THE HEINE ACADEMY OF MUSIC,
No. % Nort1, l'.t::i'fo" S '.rt, .
MISS EVELENE M. HEINE, Pr,;:cipli.
MISS IDA PIAGGIO. As.ijant.
V o.ee. l.1nn -. V .I-011 1 i o I'Jani -
yttelfUl; :*", OUlttt. iI'th. i n th l Mifi "*'n .
-- -
Best Patent Flour.
Our B,'.,f Ind 1 Io'f
Patent is the he.' can be pr'.urcd e 1 bY/ i i/
mill.
Foreef .,Ue '.t i.s i, r o0
th be lct Brea/fj(a.vst Foow on
the market.
.All ade 1ih The r(. E.
Sbaeard .iw Co. and fir-
sale /I .Vew ()rleans Gro-
cery Co.


Phone 105.


lfProprieilr.
Proprietor.


1, :Ali .. .. ..1"11, '

7 '4







.)f Ilemiltrll"Ai 114.1 '
t-- t ~'fum-)i A LA 44 44'and he s- (
fil I' r 2'.,' 'ite -l,41a e h r m -
1,-ipI Fi*i n( vf-k(1 IIII.%uIton or tw-. -
M 4,ndmY In :- .A.1)
W t ." r%. :-l y .I N, z



In n : 1Plumiitlff44. .4tt(42 nv3-


including Startn ed Linen Center,.
Scarfs, ofa (Cus-hions, Etc.


CUREYOURELF~Battenbarg an~d Pol
rCHIC HESTER *%FA ISM I-rw44T;
tyGauuC., ta4,r 2 : Ni
SAaFLe vo i-. .-. -T eP bi s


int laee Pattqvsrt
:R A IDS.


IAWNV WOiK
[nvitefl to'.Call.


The


Cruel Knife!

It is absolutely useless to r-pcet a
Surgical operation to cure et(wer. orT
any other i'!ood disea-.. Th.,' cruelty
ot such treatment is iillsitrat.id rn the
alarming nimle rof deaths )ihs h re-
sult from it. Tlhe di-. e> is p :, the
blood. and hence can not Ix- cut out.
lNine times out of ten the surgeon'i
knife only hastens death.
My sin had a rEI.t malignant Cnncer. f-1;
which the dt-tors aid an opwratin vwai the
only hopi*. The,.ptr-
ationn Vas a svre
Oile. a It W3a i]irc (eS
sary to ct (iown to
the jawbone and
serape it. Beore & a
great while the (an-
cer returned. and he
can to grow rapidly.
'e gave him many Yt
remedies without re- ,
ll|, an r l finu Ily, .
upon the advice of a &
friend. decided to
try S. ,.. S. (Swift's
Specif"i. and witl!
the second bottle he 9\ \
began to improve. After twenty bottles had
been taken. the Crner disappeared entirely
and he was cured. The cure waA a ermnan'inl
one. for he Is now seventeen v earsold.and hi;t
never had a sign of the dreadful da<.seas to re
turn. .1. N. NI'RIOCn.
279 nodgrass St., Dallas, Tt-as.~
Absolutely the only hope for Cancel
is Swift's Specific,


S.S.S.e oBlood
as it is the only remedy which gore
to the very bottom of the blood at-l
forces out every trace of the disn,-e..
S. S. S. is guaranteed purely vegetable,
and contains no potash, mercury, ot
other mineral.
Books on Cancer will oe mailed frec
to any address by the 6wift Specifce
Co.. Atlanta. (i,.


NOTICE.
n I a ~ I~t .- i-of I.:`;-ate.of.
s. H. If utl*i-lt ii, 124.IW
frot,, I %%II iI iipil\ to llit 4.,I'i:ItY t it.'

H utI' !ji ti~oji,dec .t-a--t
'J'Iim 4Ic Itol ier 21tIi;I Ell. 44


"ICETIC
'~~~~~,' ~ ~ ~ o (4 ji;i ..v Ih 2 4 h.- city

Iti*Of I n'll- e-fa. qi I*l't l-l, c'di~t !i,- ,--t?4 h,
M.u Cfl% tI *t.ii it4114 ~: lit-.~
lint. rof I lit, re (ft;1 !I !.(.tli

.;;ttI#-% ot, :I" .jI\:f!
E .I I. lit!
f .4. I 4W 11Ill 11 .' Ill, I
Cl ea Uiinizt ladieos -kirts anrd w~i..;t-;
k t-ie of out -pileialti- !-. Statl ,ill,-
d ry. -
FI'I)RIDI) AND) GULF AL.N1) CO.

A Ilii-t-itag of the s.ttickI'''1i of
will !we held lat the 4,fli'..*If t ill. civi.
"altIVitl tiui, dv. 'Ill ltl-dav. iAjrch
F. B. fl~it )N \

PARKER"
HAIR BALSAM
Frorni4em a lotuziant pu I' I
PNevcr Fail& to C ,e(rayl
Hair to Its Youthful1 Cc'or I
CUzt. 1.alp & 11ae tsr 1,.. U,;.


'BRYAN IN THE GATE CITY.'
Delivers a Stirring -p#eh at the
State Capitol.
ATLANTA., Feb. 2.-Hon. William J.
Bryan arrived here this morning frci:o
Columbus. GL Ha1 was met at tni,
train by a committee from lthe Young
3ieu's Democratic league of Fnl:on
county and conducted to the residence
of Colonel Albert Howell. who enter.
tainad hii during u;s stay in the city.
At noon Mr. Brya.n ue.d a reception
at the K.mbail Hl[oue where an im-
miense crowd too.< advantage of toe op-
postuuity to shake the hand of the dis-
tinguitsedi Dewocratic; leader. Tne
time waq teected so that laoor:ng men
could take advantage of the noon hour
to miert him.
After the reception Mr. Bryan re-
turioie to the re-iaence of Col.nel How-
ili f( r lunca In the afternoo.ai he en-
joyeu a carriage d(r.ve over the city and
wai shown the principal point of in-
terest.
Mr. Bryan sp3ke tonight at the cap-
itol. in the hall of the house of repre-
sentatives. every available foot of space
being occupied by eager listeners. He
was introduced in a brief speech by
Edgar Latham. president of the Young
Men's Democratic league. Mr. Bryan
held his large audience in rapt atten-
tion while he presented a masterful dis-
cussion of the national issues which vo-
ters will be called upon to decide at the
presidential election this year.


"DjeWitt's Little E llk Th-t 1-4 did
mie wore- 2L~ood than aour i!jlIi vt-r
took.- The 1:anaiol-,little p1w i;-lqr



86A-l t~e The Knd Y03 FH.,dA',luis 9



Do You W~ant

To Be Pretty?


ATTENTION, LADIES A


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


We've got the
thing for you:


right


Cream De Beaute.


Highly recommended
for a skin beautifier. It
will remove freckles
and make the skin
clear and smooth.
PARKER DRUG CO.
For Sale Only by

4qPqlS' Pq4qfI4oY,
-21 South Palafox St.


Indigestion!
IWe c'i'allenee the world
to pr0od(tce a reinedy eqtal
to the .1Matchless .Milieral
l' (ter for the c'ure of In-


(1igcetio/i,


D~yspepsiaan (Itl


ill forms ,of Stonuach, liow-
el Troubles and rSkin Dis-
eases. Guaranteed to cre


or money/ ref ided.


Acme Beer.

TH;E I'EST BF'R SO1II) IN
PEN- A(OLA.


Damiiheisser Bro-1.40


AGENTS.


The Jug Trade
Is Our Specialty._--
PI'rto: pt D,!iv--ry .)i l -: i; i,.!';, .

Dans" II t r Bros .
Dannheis-sr Bros,


R~airo:d ExNSACOLAf. i'hon-.

PENSACOLA


C('os


only i J ctnts a day to use i/.
()ne dollars bot/ie lust iwen-


Fo; sale by all druggists.:


(i 7.'o I I.iT. 6; -cn r- ( C.


4 Pala fox 8/reef.


We 1 JI6TIVILKIN11SON,

Grocuvil-le. Ala.
Tf"Ftittimbii4i -'21 Jvv'l.:fb(.aotov~r



w,4 .1 216"tf :4 4! a.lh, .4 t .21.

44 ti ~~~~' t IO ?4tJ I t 1 I' t*.




1Tzh-GOLAYz4q


Art NeedeW i'k Rooms, Grist and Corn Meal Mills, 0 --""D'"
Embroidery Material of all kind. ". F. GONZAhEZ & CO., Prop s, Ship Gbandlery and General larudmare,


CHOICE M EAL6 AND PURtEGROUND
STOCK FEED.
f'atronizQiflorna indu4.rv. fo-r tka.reiA~
fcv-ry rpaso(n youi huul.l1 tuN'your Mr-slalnd
,,4tock ie-ed from V'ie Honi-" Mwtufaqeiuroer,
ftor Ly sotdoingr yoni spcouraffe hornu- inJui-


for Infants rand Childr,
Castoria is a harmless substitute for t'
goric, Drops and SMsthlinig Syrups. It
contains neither Opium, Morphine i.
substance. It destroys Wornnm and al'
It cures D)iarritua and ,Wind Coli'.
ing Troubles and cures Constipation. .
Stoniael awnd Bowels, giving healthy awt, l t.
The Chihirem's PIauacea-The lMother's Fric!,t.
The Kind You Have Always Bought
4 Bears the Signature of


In Use For Over 30 Years.
t"t C ASuSetmaUVr. 19maThuka WewMANri".


. THE-- -


Citizens National Ban.
OF PENSACOLA.


11.. iIIITON (IHE.:N.
T.EH. WEILLM>-.


JOHN F. PfFlFJ-F-;L.
4 *As iP I
74.M.HsI I,


~ )f F-E. S t 11 -(! --r. & C, )
K. J. \%,H1IT 1 EIl : j f ) IJv F. PFEI I-vF1'...l~


(Pne


Banking


RIX M. H(!;,!.\-
gyo7'r ir- .o


A ACCOUNTSS


I PAST

BOTTLE BEER




HEALTHFUL
AND
REFRESHING






TRY
A CASE

^


SOLICITED.


SOLE A(W .\
A-,o Soie ,('ot trllli. f,,i ;

SILK VELVET.
T h,- very ],.:fc.-ti,,! .f ]
W hli-k 'ie-, ll-till,'1 :;tnl I
S' vi.:.' !-I y.


\'ines, Liquors, Br'il ;
Gill:, iors apd Tr '

Jug and Keg Trade :
Specialty.

S. A. FRIEDMAN,
, I.;1 .- I 'H [ PA I,. X \ SI.I .
11. ) B;.,. :!'. T'. i-. :. -


The Star Laundry1


THE PIOIEER LAUH RYof iF EST FLORIo!


('ark And Attent: ii


ALL WORK C. O0. D.
:...LZPHOI!E 114. 27 E. GARDEN .:
ar(GO'O0id CALLED FOR AND DEIVEr.ED FREE."-Sy
WALKER INGIAlfHAM. Manager.

SESTA'lRTI-H:uI 1863.

McKENZIE OERTING & CO.,


s03 AND 603 9. PALAF'IOXO STREET.

P.EVERE COPPER COMPANY. JOHN A. ROEBLING'S H0. W
GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RU88EL & 80N'S PUMP.-
Siar, eCordiap Pilats, 81s. luticl Ilntrnmeats. karl. iichlrs. tei'


I? fs iliesa


Vesse:' AccoGnts [sand1ed oa Favor)ble T';em-.:-
ChIige Eaugght and Sold, Co3--,:uo,
Promptlv Attended To.


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1900. 3


-ii Li -I ebtrtiry
oI.-r-.May.

oi%-- Februari.
OsL-May.

feL. ury.







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)GE SAVED BY PERUNA, CRONJE'S.SURRENDER


Ha


ie Years-All Doctors Failed.














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II'eN.C.~pfF. i ..-TF\ bIF, C1ITCAGO.


S -. 1 r'cn, a werll-kn,,wn J u-
, ',.- ',a--.a, of 'hi-'az,. say-: "i
S .' td with eatarrh fr in-i,
-.. . M v ,a'arrh wa. i, 'a*'d ,hlmm1-!
..v hi,-iad. I tr0-d r'-." re'I ,i, "
*. -t a.vail. I .lpila,'(i to evieral dI< -
*,,r-. *,t th w r nlt uh' to ure mine.
I 1. arn,-d thr,'uh.z the daily newspapers. After
taking the remedy for IM weeks I was
,nt:re !v curd. I consider my cure per-
rani-rit, as it has been two and a half
.r ar if'e I was qrfd."
Th-' ,- vern-.; 'f Oregon i- an ardent
..inmirer of I'e-ru-na. He keeps it con-
:.:' v mi the home. In a reeeut letter
1, Itartcian he ,ifry<:
iave had o-.et(on to us- your Pe-
a r;'-di<-ine in rny family fcor ilds,
i-,ove-l to it,' n ex-ellent remedy.
n.t bhaA!d o.-,'ai i to u 'e it fiur

:- \ ri ;'v;ly, \\V. W L.ord."
r'-r : - k:c : -. n frmii the A.\tlanti,
1'.i ;' .I. t'-r .f -** ninratula-
I ie o : i i'. t' e ti-
-- I rn' ltdation, t,-t:. -
S fying; t,, the ni, r-
Mt :0f .1 1 I -rn-n' a- -


ia .arrta re:nehd\
1are 1)c ur i7 I n.
fr .Iin ,, rv St: -,

lr. Ilarti:irn i-
...t re,' Ii g hu:;-
_. _- tired- of tsu'h 1 t
SJ ,., ,r, ..ST -- l-
,5 "t. I ' ..'- U-, .- these ltter-.fr i
'.1 Il lI1. f minll
r.'! i.tC aBlia -nat the highest tt, t!,.-
: h lt.' nr vtJ I k ii,. (
i n,- vnvv
Any man who,
- prf'-'t health mu-t he entir-ly
-.in c'atarrh. Catarrh is well-n:;l
r-;al; almo-t oniiiupro" ent. lP,-riu-
the, only ateailute' -.afeiuan i
i n. A cold iS thte he ginnin,, of 'a-:
* To prevent cold(s, to < ure *old,l-.
''heat eatarrh out of its victimns..


l;.r;a:d Kin'g. National .Military
iI :-I., l.. ao i-nwortlh, Kain., al,-o : .-:
- I :'! :1 -rita vy u a tew lini's for puldi-
ca i 1. m,* i-ia e k1i'"'.-. n what Po-rti-na
ha-' .-- fr in I.. I *,,k a so.ve reo ld,
wh li 1 ic ,.l.'ctod. It da-v,!, '-p d into
vatarr h and ,rncrhitis and in a short
time n t.-rav ne e'hr,(ni,. I trw, thing I saw adverti- d.wl hw did me no
zt,,,d. I .aw the gre:att ttanie' Ie-ru-na)
advertis.- d. I bought tne no>ttle. I
found mnyiV--tf so nimulh leeiter after tak-
ing it I v rote you for advice, whtih you
kiun.ly continued to :-_ive mn free of
charge for tive nonti;h-. Now I am
happy to infform ou and the public that
I am perfe'ctly cured of *atarrh and
hronchit:i. I make this statement in
hop,' that -rome of my comrades will see
it and tee >!,,.'nefited thereby."
U-in:g l'-ru-nra


t- 1.d.s, protea ,ot.-
t h e f a in i I
a zainst o)thtr
a:im nt-. Th i s
i exa,'c!y wlh.t
every family in
t U e I n i t ed
<. a t s P-houiil
t'o. Kof.e IPe-
S- n a i n th
hc ,se. l'~-. it
fo r oau i -,
cliS,. la gr.ppl.,
el oth r <-li-


th're \ %illh t l-
, .!i-r a ilflnt';i-t

1 I f i:1 ili e -
*.",cul t*ruvtdie
lihrni -t'l v. with
imain'- fr,-' ltk,


N1 . I'I~. 3 .i-e 'ctU I -,
T 1 11 c )t ; I IateVha'
m-k i tz 11 ~-- r'- i it I
Ta: rhi cf ti it'i---ac-ndi
t 1 )1c 1m et r 11 -Lift
; l t 'It1 IH". I
lae t;,ct c* fl ntb-
.- It ui' th 4-i tata rrh
-'a a ail h-t Wk t C


a cepy (if Dr. liar',
(afltithelt, VWlteocr ('"


'a:rh." Thi !,ooks consists otof -eve-i
-.-lur,-t on 'a:tarrh and la urippe de-
i% r-'d at the Surgic,'al Hotel. It con-
i:tin- the latest information on the treat-


"'-ut na not only cures catarrh, bit; nLoit -if eatarrhal diseases. Address Dr.
* ., ntlit. I Hart man, Columbus, Ohio.


DAILY MARKET REPORTS.


COTTON.


\rw YORt Feb '21
, .'. ,ry ..
\ ;'*i >ary..
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N w %V. M. ia.iililng.
COt'-MBIA, S. C.. Feb. 23.-Contractor
M:iady anul the furnishers are rushing
tLie work of puttiug the finishing
touches on tre new Y. M. C. A build.
ing; pretarat. ry to the opening exercise
-unilay. and tie opemniug reception
mlona iy night. The chaedelters have'
been hung and tae tied floor ct the
mua:u ettrauce lobby is being said.
NMilitcary Appropriatilon.
MHosrtooMirE'Y. Ala.. Feb. :23 -Ad-
jatant General Brandon's office bha,
been notified by Congressman Under.
wood. at Washington, that he has suc-


orp C cLoss needed in having in-seereu iu tue gen-
-'5 eral military bill an item of $10,000 tc
,,7' .... W- cover the cost of the tents, etc-, furn.
& -' ished the Alabama volunteer troopsdur-
.... 34
,- ... "ing the war with Spain.
54'
.lh- i Dlirr. Po,. yvvi'le. IndL..-ay.%
I ' I le er ii-e "l tll1t l ;1- t'( ;.-t
*..... (I ,, "IITin (e *,,iI_ ('lire \We ;.' '
S 10 t It, ver vwitlout it. "'Q uick ly blre: Il.-
1 .7''t .... 2 ea' l- : c l. l- ('tires ill
S thr.,:it o i(; d iuri trotitble It 1 tt-e
. .C w i-- -l prt vent cii-tiTn tio,, l'!e-i --
. :.-t t wt ti t.l H ,ar-i" Pht iw :;cVy,
i Jo lin S elI!l a d and S. K ihin.
""W' \ will l:tn!der yo,:" -; ;r, d-< for
S IF in I 1 '' t** ;- 10 1n h :111d i ik'- th ilIn ok
td.-:,, l|i-om il- I 1", ,'T, ~., ,ath :111(! tusk,, the-ni It cek
t i .1V .i,,, nw ': r L:tt;;I: r .
think r '~


2, abc- 1: C I Ii- ;c i
- -~.'I or Atile ~ I Tt
12t.J'.i n'trI~I.n


lqelpr.:~ .1 :
2'itTti.. m33n anid El.vo.-,-. l-cic-


Furniture on Credit
.' -t l> :i tifiul 1. cf -iMe. ta,,4e, .
v r-i: w l i, t ., ': y. \\'.,d ,,b ,.

, "; i -n t i'er : ,'t-,- t .i ;. --t .
1i'::-2 ',1 a (i t l .; : I . t-.


T )T 1:t PIIbLal.


o. N-1ideMI".,( .I'e.C elt, ~ c1- e- pe r
ec eeSouth i Pilafcex Ca~r,.ct
J~ 1191 rere-dto &6 to ix--i. 2 p-etunhJ-; for 25

-'u.Uvc-k-eepin~.!.let .ifarstofl All Fancy "Mixed Ctknizid. tt'ho.
r2 's 7.1 .. ~7 ,-,.~~ ever rtihelP-ac 4 c-1


HOURLY EXPECTED

Will Doubtless Prove Turning
Point of the War.


03OTilE


END


K *!.-.*ny ('rtrintesed For G(reat
. o L .v n t s l ret Slll.a) *'s H atl-
; --fuiii i '%' Atdv.,tu'e Toward Lady.-
-* ,: ii L,. c.,inlui i -y '.t!iV.
. i. d .):.--ELer7 hour is ex-
-.u.: w wat GeM':;. Cronje's
S-: r. al. tes womnour Is ex-
S:-. : ,'* A i.'.. lit yetl gz:i.4a 3 y bat.
S.. i.i u -rg dri"-t Uas Uot 3set
S, -: -r i to ce the
-,--: ,. ,., V. ; ", I ) ,cns L ariin, upou
;.* '! : A:eL. b. i. tnn i nll- tcrrib.y
S. ; :... .: .: :'. . s. -urr.nier or
:t!t-r : it: ca': a ) :ne .-:ily re-
..i. .' ..- .. re:,)rts >: .ii- streaugth
t ); -r re. Or' ::t'. -nt are wrong.
The crit;,rs i..t, v,-ry v.;: ;'cun tiii':.' r t c :i c a .ff-'': !'lt i 1 M1ar-
,.. 1.. ) r;s :L.ri n ul("r. l -'I: t' lt fin
(- f;-.i! tr~,~,a tr- m ( ', terrible
",',-. i i -,t1,'ir v" ,. ,, '! t a, I i) (tt. t c
-l i t : ; R rt.' !::<,, ,'." (.,;;::i:u un t -
II. 11 .', -,i *.tr 'tv. at.-'t rd.iu:, to ;these
,,)e>er; rn, in.trlaiv atter the result.
a.: r- .*. ", current his imo-ri!nt that
!Le ndi .(fI the stru,: le had actrnaiiy
,, 'ic., out thll'ee em aiaictll.e. froi: inforina-
tl t zec':ve i by tie I ,thsch'.i .s. which
they rb:istbIt nnitivy >is.overeu to bj ut-
terly witlourU tounit1;'>L01
Tne bt vt-re l:hW~e3 o; general Kelley-
Kn;iuy :utidity have priauced o:ie
avcr-e crttic:-m. Ltu it 1,4 pointed out
that ih:.li he tou:ht ias curiously he
uvoad have given the IBer. the oppor-
;unitv to intrenich tlnemseives and per-
haps effect further light to a more ad-
vantageous position.
General Builer's prcgresi towards
Ladysmith is so blow that it Fcarcely
appeals to public interest. General
White appears to be stiil full of fight
and to be endeavoring to assist General
Builer by a vigorous bombardment.
liHnbarded Froitn Lad3yAmnin.
Hlo< i- LAAGER,. LADYSM-iTH, Wednes-
day, Feb. :l.-Tbere was heavy fight
ing all Monday aud Tuesday and it
Ftiil montinups lince early thim morning.
Our offloors hope to disioiage t British
from their position. Last night a body
of British troops tried to crosstue river,
but were beaten lack with heavy loss.
Our loss was slight. Our positions are
l,e.uig bombarded from Ladysmith.
Krg-er's \WIte III.
New Y The Herald from Brussels says: Private
letters from Pretoria received here an-
nounce that Mr,. Kruger, the wife of
the president, is very ill. The war has
grievously impressed her, and her health
is also impaired by anxiety for his nal-
merou4 .tons and grandsons fighting for
their country, one of whom was killed .t
Deere;.,)ur(
"ill; OYSTEIR SE-ASON.
I b-' *, .-t1* i n II I( lld of d o4"o..
\ ak,. I l \ a th l -tart trolrim ;.m sum mnier
l-l- , .
t n >-i, i -h. I' ll and i'*it. % 1' m I %t v wn:
*I f*'-ir t h! t tour r mot'ot i -'r Im'Ay ;les-ant cliar*- Inaiis re i;' ; Ut rh-d by
the- itr
Flhat Is :tt .1i t'. itca1 tl l; v the. Iette-r it.
Aldi 1 k: aUi by tile k' -el of tIhat htiil,'on'
That omneof us. shortlyy ,lll h- iH i;t..' t oup'"
And so they will for thsl -l1<-,p wias
filled with the finest and fatte-t.
This Joi p wa-. s~nt out by Nick
Apost.'- ;iand thlo-e choice oyste:s aret
now f- r sialv. done or raw, r-:tly to
ch;tw, ;at his restaurant. You can
get them by the plate, dozy.en, htin-
dred, barrel. dray load, wagon load
tor car load. Owing to the rush of
buine-ss the servingof regular meals
will ho discontinued after thiQ week.
but -pe+cial orders will ho -erved at
any hour of the day or night.


LODGE DIRECTORY

KNIGHTS OF iY'A'HI AS.
Pensaaola I, A B IIin HIt 7'-:;). at (:t~ehi Hall.
i* iliuthcalcmin hall. WV.-,t
SI nutt 1 itndeeiaut re-t.
*'i-,tlnn brethren cordially
t-elceemt'oni.d.

c II. HOKLK, C. C.

W. O. W.
I.ive (ak C('amp No I Utaoiman ,flthi

M ',et' rirtst anid third Firulay night In
*-*,lh miontth. 'l ltlling -.,v,.r>nign- cordl-
itllv 'nv it+a i -V Vt A I- ,' '.
S. l. Til A v. F-. ('lerk. ('. '.
MECliANTILE PIlt( CI TION.
tiri- ofl' t e Se Mlliti" II. ,e.
tio!nme tifrl e (n0- n .''l "f T'* l'ra*..c.nt.
I see 'c 're'!nr wi i1 .';-t ,-*-nt;r.- t *ii- to


tlh ir.tcr.-.t--o to.ft 1 A --*.A.it:otn
J .1k M N1E .1 !i ,I .I
A F 10 ANI I.M. t'r :.lt-,i .





Kodol

Dyspepsia Cure.
Digests what you eat.
It artificially digettst he food and aids
Nature in strengthening and recon-
structing the exhausted digestive or
gans. It is the latest discovered digest-
ant and tonic. No other preparation
can approach it in efficiency. It in-
stantly relieves and permanently cures
Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn,
Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea,
Sick Headache. Gastralgia,Cramps, amnd


A SURE MEDICINE.


TTANDSe)t, VA Dec. 81.
I have be s an ,xi- i: g !:vm rif em -l!c vw'zk -
n'--:i ftr f -i- iyc ar,. 'l 1..'. e ta.Ab-i -a :
mei cle c s he -.b:.t W ire' c f '-- t' ii!13 ao-k-I-
Drauglit ihave doneiT.X-fur ui2Q K.Pa L ty-
thing ciao.
MRS. CAPh)LINE EVA'Ni


)*he4 6r10'
It ii, a rn,*stake t tamke anv anl ever- ', nd of nkdicine when %--lu are
sickc. "I here is d.i:%:,-r in it. AIt 4 Ci the .- .caiiel cures for ed
do 1"'n ti: In rthin 1i elt!.--,;%un ltcir~pc r.hi'-a 1
thi., cmimca %% ars t%.:,v ,!- a l p tL;v. ea,"..'r A .cx i s~k- thai lo : .It 1m
flC\ 'r v. Ci_,, ,)take :.h..'i 'U hi. .e 02! -IIClite, and th*at is dc ir a.1W
rr iL ).. it .\.i-iha e tmiY pain, a.c!:o'.U:-- der i'r \% tis~in ItheC tcm't
nine iarc:ins,nH t~i'H .Z %ili hclp yi-'I .e 1, '.2f (at J"a.. It J.,
a-.\ .e.t x'. :vi rni: .'.; S !lNaJUm i I HC *11 .e Ott rxOl'~ .
in*nst!he pain f chii'ih r~ A .::is br.'.i ..:_,n future e.I: All is
Th- %% F.'\ ine is I-,rex' v-ei-
ii;'.1 n"z t'!' ("f t o 'C\%'~ Ia ~
It m; a.1 -! n v-J rce ,!'.e -;:Ihi:tj-, lc e; :
la wlvt~e.ic::; L:~ e~ i.n y )J can -et a siare nmxlicirne?
Druggists sell Large Bo':ti2s feo- $1.00.


CA RDU V1


THE ORIGT &L



'ST. LUU


A. B. C.


BEER.


I. gUGENHIM'iS


Great


Bargain


Shoe


Sale !-


Children's Department.
iaidl-st wed French Kid Infants
li tt n:. 2 5,
worth 75c, . now 50c.
t: l-'\vtd F,',n'i h Kid Infants'

worth $1.00, now 75c.
Ilanii--ew 1 id Sri ['! rI He el Button
worth 75c, . now 50c.
H:t:;;i--ewed Ki, SI'lrini.: Heel But-
ton. S-11.
worth $1.X0, now $1.00.
Hantd-sew4 d Kid spring H1'eel Lace.
worth $1.50, now $1.00.


Men's Department.
l enuin t Dmg. Ii'totn and Lace
1Shoes, 12-2,
S. worth $1.50, now $1.00.
genuinee Vici Kid Button and Lace
Shoes, 12-2,
worth $2.00, now $1.50.


V. J. VIDAL, Sole Wholesaler.

110 IISKIE. BRANDIES 11, IPORTD AN DOESl Ladies' Department.
Pal Jones an Ecla Springs 'clebratel Whislies. Kid Spring Heel Btutton and lace
SI ho ..3-S.
TRY A BOTTLE OF CELERY TONIC. $1.00, $1.25, $1 50, $1175 all $2,01.
PHONE 154. : : : P. (). BOX 587. Thy are wort *
Thicy are worthi :.'; more
JUG & FAMILY TRADE SOLICITED Kid Heel Button aitl Lace. aLs6
Froe Delivery to Ally Part of the '!ty. Cloth 'op ill Black and Tan.
EM"AII orders left at The Oftce. Vidal & emith, ili te carefully from $100 .. to $3.50.
attended to.


E=. E,"
o--POPRKIETOR OF--o
CRONIES STIOON

o--1)EALER IN -o

Imported and Domestic Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
JUG TRADE A SPECIALTY.
Corner Ralmont and Dpvilli-ra StQ. PENRHAOLA. FLA


H. H. ICKE,


A Special Bargain!
A lot o)f Fine Ladies' Slihoe, 'in-
einntti make. regular price (3.')
itnd $14 1t a pair, now only $1.5'.
We only have them in 2-4 and $3.
and C and I) widths, that is why
we ~sell them so cheap.
In Ourt Men's Department
\VWe beat any store in town;: will
iidersell :aimyov. oiand give the
inlo)t coinfeortitble lit and general
satisfaction.
OUR $3.00
Hand-sewed Vici Kid Shoes are
equal to any $ ,.to shmei in town.
S .. .. t i .. .. .. .. . . . ..


1-imm .4olicitiniz your palrona
Plum er, as ad Stam FtterI remain yours to plea-re,
i O.ugenheim


No. & South Palafox Street.
AU Kinds on Plumbing and Gas Fittings M'terials Kept ou Hand


PIMLRP'WU'#NV pr2


01,W'e.% e' i. t -ia


DUNN'S s

0 HOTEL


Three Regolar
Meals Fach Day

25c Each.


ON EUROPEAN PLAN.


Restaurant Attached, Open Day and light.


OYSTERS, FISH AND OAME OF ALL KINDS IN HEAbON.

Special Orders at Any Hour.


CHAS. COTTRELL,
Artistic Photographer,
ROOM 3., FIll R BL' l.I) IN.
2014. SOUTH PA LAFOX STRgIT.
Matkifaction guaranteedd in Every Par-
ticular.


HEBIRB BROS. COo.


T4I W BOLISfI 10C pSI


Palafox Street,
Pensacola, Florida.


RATES:-From $1.00 to $1., per Day. LODGING:
515 and ID R14. South Palafox Street. Pensacela. Florida / 25 and 50c A R G A IN S


TIME TABLE.

LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD.
I N l-: i, F Fcr .1 A N' A I' N 7. 1Im X.
Nc .. No. 21. No. 1. N 3. j
1":. 11, -ortee 1 1) ill L- a v., Fce-n -ia eI Arrive I 1)pti11 7 a 8M
50 1 11 g h t Arrive FI-mrcsteer A r r ,vc' 24 p exc i
:1 pr .:a m A r.- Idc. A rrive- 1I II ,Pn 11 i-. t ih t
1) In ci .4-0it III A r, I,-.. Now e'r,'-aui l; a Tt:p I
1) 111p i:i!' l .& na Arrive- cck:ci r r r! v.- L 'a III !- -PIp lit
ItI ) fmb Ariiv- Na-,'\xill, ar 111 101aaIll
-,' 4 ITl Ik rI. *A *r;* I % 10: 1:tpIitTlk I & iIll

BETWEEN PENSACOLA AND JACKSONVILLE.


N-'
lad lit
*-"i.I..Iit
c.- -.1 at 'ii
-C til
- '-at nc
- .c Tal


~acfit
itt)
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S'--I C I


Nt --
1 p ei'
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3) an
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ic ~cc
-- t' cii
-- ..i ft lii
rel


r) I fit
1) fl)i
a mtuin


JOHN NICHOLAS'


Rlestaurazt,

305 N. TARRAGONA STREET.
OfPO- ITrF I'N -N I.le PiT.


(Deals at All Hours.


Open Day and light.


R~eal


Estate.


$1000,Afl ill him v I'. ae-r'- c lmrbcd nrth
0 t~ f he- C it yantIIIIwc--t eI of4.ouldi as.
wil ti '-, avr-- aoljemiming city
$2000 h fill t-,ferI
$3000M awiti.to r))i us
Timat p ro ; rt-vI, m N.-W (i.
$4000 r still L Mit4to- HIIEJu. bo
;,r.))-.r.% f at.m% ta-r frecrit a,:, the-bay ; ulgo
I ii u i-i I.:tt i-f day. m. #41
$5000 d* % 2ti-ri Wcrc'- .f mtat
,-ri t'-Hari a :. re- -due',aiA (Jall mod-



t 1;,' !.-- IV front on
$70004a' -1f!?ofI
Is t ft i'r'a fja' %tVY !ich. j Thiat
1, r ;- rt I ftatI i t) a. .J i tc,-- ic' -a-e- i tor

$8000 uI' ft' r*y ,
fox in Id arralcor(.8 -tre-* -:
$9000 ViI- O~ -fit y wt
'la",nj Dro-trv ,iII rtrnaie an

Part, cf th i'.t. Y m Wv
freeL t


i fiou () n


,;.(T cotton (lotd ejim et. naiddling
-!, l- -,. iddli~ug gulltei&
GRAIN AND Patovailloms.


WINE


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1900. 5


Your Credit is Good at 0. X. Pryor's GREAT BARGAIN FURNITURE HOUSE......
Largest, Finest and Most Up-to-Date Furniture House in Pen sacola. Three large stores, from 40 44 S. Palafox, all filled with the latest
styles of Furniture. You will find our prices much lower than those of our competitors. Kindly call and look over our now stock.
0. M. PRYOR'S CRE-PT BT:RCIN FURNITURE HOUSE.


wit i. In Wat~lirct''ahe wa.; the
IjOCA~ tIE~1QS ?OTESL W .JontsMi-, S-illie IDavison,
~~~an d Md.,Satla.-and Ida IHemphill
.1 orcua *~fl ~r~e I. rd a~mt~ I!1v i L eitoonarrivud l l-r-e t:.i-; niirnirig'
torpactforralaf, IA ur'.uto te ',IoLile ,. 'attenz d t Le
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'" 0 L. Mklv o'a 1A f.1Inalv nv'vfd
r. (.Ow~Vr !I Itip Iitv .I Talllp~t thliiz
..ye~ C~a,, *..Pa ,~'ifti'~.r.~Zr.MC~O- -4)1ha.; ~pur-
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A# t t-Ni q. -!t t)tI().-),(I:.I z f r. 'in M iIt Ii : ( i A. Crpa rv.
.a T. ~ t **t~ t*Li~~. F. C. Chadtfln. Oliver Ju-rtvaiiza. F. 11.
M1r. It. J.1.Pattonti jt L. Ii~.tr .~ 1Tarr~ant an~d C'jta-z. Sitnp-.iza.
If,..V. A 1 ,, 4;I lztiy~r *~~(;~t~~ [.ithor~att church -z:,rvdav
t.-achsi a :re- cut (if tht. uit% tv iln
';~ Jdz..% 'i.~i r-:i.,e ~ tile oil Z ~ t heSC L "I th.'ifaii SyIIIII.
~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ I ,* *f, e. U i ~ Iei*1 M r-i J. L. Rolt-)rtF Iand NMi- .- [tv-
a'.tap.rt lit Elkhart. Ind., Mr-i. i .
.~ . -..: : ,i ad hS t I. E. a ez f L ii-f~ r ,w i.ll h a n d 4) J .r
t Jil ~aIl.'i. f !#, :~ artival- a: t:,. V-c .Ihi~at
II. '.*..' C I''* n b'n-r- of the ;anae'ii.Sa'!J-t
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SAVE YOUR HAIR
WITH -SHAMPOOS OF


THE PEOPLE'S STORE,


A.


Schwartz,

Proprietor.


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*NEW ARRIVALS!K-
OULR first announcement of New Arnivals of Spring
Apparel. A generous assortment. lar:e varittv
of colors and stv:es to select from of Ladies' Waists.
We carry all kinds; the largest assortm. :n: in the
ci'y of well known brands. Among them the faniouts
S. r.i//;i, ira/,/" famous for fit, style ani finish-in


fact the best fitting Waist in the land.


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:itthTb-' E-eaiabi~a were MeP!--al-..
C. t.V l. dmnimd andIft1. T. (iii! eel
I,..tsi-;ville: aMr. 1. i$ren anand aalwit',
of1 1 lw~iatmia. Minn.. F. .1. Bro-nanar--ef
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.'.ier:111(1and iL'mhtiatl:1111 Airs. If. A..


And light dressings of CUTICURA, purest of emollient skin cures.
Ihis treatment at once stops falling hair, removes crusts, scales, and
dandruff, soothes Irritated, Itching surfaces, stimulates the hair folli-
cles, supplies the roots with energy and nourishment, and makes the
hair grow upon a sweet, wholesome, healthy scalp when all else falls.
Complete External and Internal Treatment for Every Humor.
( Iales "and soften the thickened cuticle; CPTIrzRA OINTMENT (50.).
to instantly allay itching, Inflammation, and irritation, and soothe and
lu E heal; and CrTICURA RESOI.VENT (50e.). to cool and cleanse the blood.
A SINGI.E RSFT is often sufficient to cure the most torturing, di firing.
THE ,rFT ,-- and humiliating skin. scalp. and blood humor, with lok of hair. when
THE SET, $1.25 ll efails.Por DBro AD ANCM COR., O Sole PropW., Boston.
"All About the Skin, Scaip, and Hair." free.


Lenten


Delicacies.


Wa J'tch i% a ~ pa for ( Or


Likt of


SOL CAHI


Noa ItittitrIa o)'I A glit v-P..


.'ir!,-worthi of Ni'litio. I lh 'JNa o4bjl4'n 'Wbi is I'Vf~lvc'in.fa
el~rta-l..eal h-ima W11.%-ai ~ i n flfjlandtuf tempr twill a IWay h
,'it'.'t*'I llthi-i- .10 n.-thai' fie d- h t auif- liii 111it ;,. ; 2
Hl.-,*,CC-aroa will eaers all the aI~jlv *tTaeV u TIIt k-eep ,.-r !-'A:iiItf-1'.
ro:4 I o i- c fTji F.N w ' M r. ScI hwa rtz i- weak. asitad all run il ll'is t:#
:1--usre-. that be- will carry j ottowill ho 'ta'iv''ivoou-; ( itrit~ahl -. If -h,,
It~u -tnts c-very 4 nlf aIiiiill Ia.-. vte(4lti~lationim 'r kpia.w-'
aS- 4lv..rtkoi..'lal-. H'i- i-z (deter- I14-1. lillrv blofwI~'] will 4:aci-'
t h.i:e' 1 ijt :1?. i'e.oplo*a S tt'l.' -halIl. Ilot('I'c"'k.s-ill F e Ii i4e t : ;I, 1 :1
1#Thia I. adinuz (I ry'.. (1d-'1: 1 ; wriuii tyretelied (a-stlpI.-xj'im. Ltheft 'Bit
4-fth* IleCity aii f~Air d'.aIw alisjt jI'~w t''r. ~- t hit-lwst, u'. jsin aI rt'
low, al m mnnFAri Sat ro-ult.: t'rI i e.1-g-1htf.' -teaifliafh. Iivt. .111d
kdia''v- saiifto tpu)Irifythi. hli'a. !. It
wNaf i'' vll ec' fini',mriti.'.. inl9 .4 C
tho. Ilol'se i w ll A p1 ",f 14'-u tar ) 14 howe 4111i,' b. t IC' t-t'-kits rI *t i-h?.
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cVIareU PWIP A~rel IS r Or,
* Ksav-k-r Allrn'tii*-. ( A-. M.N. Ro olig
:11)i~ atd(1 lfpvt13id Wail Paper I R o olig
F~. i-net Wall Psiper'4. Full Iiia.' in 'a111-.':sId'-. platin i a 1a!,(%,
mp.l t-Q:ii'. J. IE.i U.-l J, 21(No. I I V.. ie .- 4 ,. Ua


STORE.


Just Received

0I Rolls China and Japanese Matting. To make
room for this Shipment we offer


All Remnants on hand 18c Matting, 14c yard. 35c Matting, 24c ya


at 1Oc yard.


25c Matting, 18c yard,


while it lasts.


30-inch Rugs, $1.25--New Lot.


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VIlTAL 'STATISTICS.
I~re-U4pr4olltf ItirchNa,..anl IDeadnths icle
uill 'top 4 )iiie.' ot* 1I l it(Ity (Clerk I'4br

~Vhjte.T' 11.. P Htrrv tand twife-. a
uaitI : (ha A. N11'd iand Wife,
sa -mli: I',11111p I'.'. S!1iichi Z and vifl''
:1 -4011 F. M. W il-iciand iclwife-. n
41412I14r hnt=. if~ lit-and witf.'.
:t(.45 C:' WilRa. -iur',andi wife, 't
41,414 I: tei1,ac P
'It i 'I ~lf. 74 -4111 ack t'ef'-4'i 5111 i. he.
* vtlii- ; i adle a iou l ltl A11-; I sa 111ate P
A~ l!"- :4. 4) ='l; Sa muti-'IWit lia-r-poo"'M
1i 1! w l if., t w iII-, ,I I;I 1'a Id (Ifo-IIlanal.- ,:
L", ite-.rt 'I. ll444i11a 1- aIit Id a m-01 1-I.
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Who is Rader?


ird, He's the Laboring
.Man's Friend. He will
sell you Furniture on
the easy payment plan.


Ifatndsomne pictures, bric-
a-brac, etc., in endless ar-
rafy (tf rock bottom prices at
.lIarston <- Finch's.


dealer or customer tan (lenl\.


You f("7:; .Sa utu


idea of our offerings byv a glance at our liare. ex( lusiv
Shirt Waist Window, and they are rchei,)er than
hcreCofore by reason of our Motto: "i I CIA O \ .\I
Ti I.:!' I;\ R1 ( A I rm: BUSIN.ESS."


New
Arrivals'!


New
Arrivals!


()tar ('ntre TabI'uhi.'v- L I-, :#i *. lng b~iieat I i : --!odIv .... I N. wet--
M~i- Id~in a~d1u"rtoIn iicaazaldtir. I.-i I.-f lt

AlaIchloo, I 'tT *ion IEdgingltarnd Iixnsrtio'a
(',.*jm ~iat Tor f-lsov Aph,;ite 1,:i :2 I :-# rtl''Ka.




SweejuionSale of Muslin [nderwear!
One Lot Child'! Dr~wtwer~. hetn mi] :t'la w U! .'1. "izi- I aaItIA'.it tI Oc 1pj h
Sizs t 1,5 :iid I;.t'*ih'............................................... ... 5 p i
One Lot Child's Trimmned Drave'rA :I! ( 'o-T M irk
One Lot C'hilid's 'rrimnnned (own-4 at Cw-t M irk..
*(hipa L- t Child '!- Trimint-id Ski rt-; at ( o-t Mark.
OnRa Lot Afla-.3e' Trimiled (1nWri~ at ('o-t M..:- k.
One I~ Lot 1;i e-C TrI'I imin.-'d ('1wrtm iae, worth :)--w f.'r ................. 00eah
Onle Ltt Laidivi' T'lrimum~i''am ibric ('Ieiuki..eworth 7.for ......V..e-0- acti
z~2One Lot Odlds and Ends.
JIIILadive'.'Skirt-. : Ot'i lwns. t.. lo-t. I~it at C.-t MTi.rI- P


King Carnival


Wi 'Cll hi- a he er,', and too cf'le'hr~a:' -I' t.. i-.% s~~t
w th :1- m eakiwiltro-om ifoir ....
:Spring Goods,
I nn ii. #oT,-ra :Iw iii'. Eri-ire -a t-wk (af :it C
(i -')rly R~ E.- i 4 i r-d rico-1 for Cl-t. 514 f '. ~.- li'


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l l' w i i l l lt i~ic l r n e k d -fP.!a
JUST RECEIVED ',I,#- N. ;'iritw [ill#- of J. & N1 :'. Ea-le
slit",h~l. Sii(i Jita'. it. set~limIfiat-..in, [2a,.6t'stMvho.,.
Still ihave : f. bW oft'ej'I'-tS'a.r~ F:.l'Sar-. h:-~:
Willachi I ;Am -;:Arariti inz ci:C (l'ha I %-ta ar '- i? 5 f'rim, 'i .aI 1 ld
1 2 )::I1-) .1. Oc MI. 1'-.Ii-4:l.,I-,, ~black -I u 27, e Ii,


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::)--Jos. COLEMAN.
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IRo s c s --Carnations.


Carnations 75c per dozen.D6lo
Amneriaen 8eut-pr S3.50 to $4.00 per dozo.a
All Other Roses $!.130 to $1.7!5 per dozen.'-
itis: lLap 2 MISS VIOLETTE MORENO.



O=has. 1H. Turner,


*.ARCHITECT*.


---ND--

Glrpon Prq. 1 11nm O+


.:.e Dor Vara-
"": $7.00.


larIeSt Stiacl c ;fnrki
in Itpc MIT.


Tis Larne Al p
Chair, $1.75.


E$o5 Cose.,


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,Furniture at all Prices. ", U v 'I ct .
We are -eilin dilniing room table-- --
'it l' aijlin prie : .l-o talvea bed- tuild i Repairiwn Ma1 ite-I and Orat. Si-ttilnl. Pl'tnibinli. Stuam. W after
aprinsf-. miattinz kithen r saife~s.an id
kitlchie cabinet- with bri.ea(d lo rd-. a:ld Ga- Flittiflz.
kte'l -r-i f"'r'lai, a'id tahle.war,. A Complete Plumbing Department under the
C i ql anl exaliiie th-lia i at 0. .!.
l'ry.vor..s lr,raii Furniture Hut. Management of E. B. Morey.
W "i'Arti-tie Dtsiigns. 1E timatef, Pl a n and Specifiaj:i-:.:, f, ilJ-
FOR BEA 'UTIFUL RUGS. in ,f All Kinds, Prepared on Short'Notice.
and Draperie- of all kind.. flA Large and Carefully Relecte-d Stock of Fine- Mtai G-. (rate-,
:a. well ,s Aeverythtin i in :h- i Tilinr of All Kind4, Bath Tubi, Clo-etanid f)IHusehold Ap;liaJ:.- -. 'amrn,
Furniture Line. cal! at 1 Hot Water and Gas Fixtures.


LACES IAND MBROIDERIES!


FORCES


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CORBETT JEFFRIES FIGHT.
ru;zaists WVii (N...tr'.t For Warid's
9 ls..tipipf-1mSaIt let ~May.
NwY, RR. Feb. -U-nlcss some-
tiimcu1 n~onmeen baa:pr-1 !!ia t';o ean.
?i~i'~ .~tW5 J Crbe:t and iJamnesi..

cna!,.;nsip ., n.. ;vr: I ia tae areux
of tn--0~s~, aai1o An.t U)o3May I
Ar'i :cs t,) tn.s ~- I,. %v been
-!:ii.- (n iic'a.., ho txii: :rriige
vi ::.* ... reM..a::.at hI-ESprings
A~ct.rv par;; awl 1.r-sar,- for tvio battle.
En, tcrams,': -will tbe ;),stcr. iber .Jack
an ~ -o~i yn u~ w t tt-rweigiit
jr,,-e'rt vti'i train at L-ik-wo A and
:i-i1-tan 9 wiii b1jGui3 1LlLi.;ti and

V!UL CENSOR CABLEGRAMS.
4;r-o B, r. I I is st it A isots.) U i.e.-ta 1-r I'tmrposis
t'. I itri-rit'.sPretooriis. l)iontc h ".
\tA-1INC.TUN. Feb .8.-Grcat Britain
hiiasuniouaei i'*e kcr ru-posc to censor
official as well as private cab~egrams
fo:,,t t,. inttrrat~ocal representatives at
11; etor .a.
Ttiide 'h.r:.ticon is one of ths imost
important s~cps- nffecting international
re.-atiuois taken byr Great Britain binoe
the wir with the 7.1'r.ansvolal began. It
1-4;,eiv-to urov4-i'e creodn
whiich WilL be of great vion.ont in re-
s~ecct to the ltur~re neutrahizitioa of
1,; ncS
1%fI- nofT hat th' : .-urp-)se of
tie c'enor-h'nr is to pr~-rent P r. Lerds
or e1'rLir aiteu's !rouim('(rI:unui.

W-8-1:.iei( I'Ise ,Its Iloutolui1.
1. I '.~V ia SAN l'rtAN%.
:-. Ttitbiacik phigue has
~r..n out t at Ott, Kahului. on
ih .rld (if Mttui. and Hit), onl tht,
I-,al4 t.: Awa-,I. Ill" latest advices
i,... sj vi .- (it-mn s a: K~ahliuiui* aA Chi
rf* at HIAo. a Portuguese
., tt wife of A. 4;. sezao The
S v.~WA, 4'''**i irt eb. 10ini ia
Le .' '.~ w'ri Bh a hi w Ut :rina

I bali iin I'-:' .Uiu. .1. e towri, uof Lt.
qiraratitini" :.g.1Itainst ohrtptiucaa oj
Maul.i. t 11 t.11( li t t.'ALtt tiw piagic
rta-:ied Kahn'*ui through tlie shipment
ot Chinese New Year guuo':s
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S~ilvsis.o a io.i sv 1 '. J. ( l~it .I- l -it'-0'd
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[Ol, ll tIsiset t Is. thc
U il (itsi- I'a 1I 's .1,1 to t 114. (1,0d v4 oi
VN 11 *.y dl~r vf- fn ill s heamsla
I 1 :111 'a 1-1) O l( I t-it'i 1 *. 1 f 4 caII .--
Lo% I-o% ( (8 11.,cea rienba~
fi olld 'iit w~teraidi'i her ..iui
be&S.\Vreer~ e:1114,at 11rktrIy-
puI Ot 4' a.1dTheI lturospectsurof co.tilgt he

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T -t tif to rti. I flr 0.". eie~
Ciner-SeI and tapanese


-=_Fancy Goods,=-
FINE CHINA TEAS.
No :it SI uth l .alat'x Streer.


ASIATICS NOT ENTITLED QUE TI
To Amurlcan Clz-rt',h'shp S,Says JoBe E S T I
of Virginia.
WASHINGTON, Feb. 23 -The debate If -,r-i were offered sure aid in tit
uoon the Puerto Rican tariff bill was and ::. sntmthin;r ,.f doul tful .t'-h
resumed today at 11 o'clock. if. *:i .::.w t.'f,,:-. :uu -tron' '
Mr. Jones of Virginia. a member of N; ,, i-:r; i t,, t-. -4 .:a. t
the insular c'n-mittee, was the first 'l: .:v~er' to. thl sc nut'-tin' t ;
sneaker. lie discussed the conditions with i. V ..ittijn w::.: ;i' .*i !t -,
u hich existeti upon t:ie island oi Puerto w,:.i1 W rik -- thin; .in :1 -.,ler-s '.-'rt-in
Rico which led to the president's recom-
ienaations of free trade for her goods Why t e 3 do somsre I
and quoted from the testimony before .2Ostpr aIG.usposseSOl
his committee to prove that the condi-possess
tions were far worse now than when MediciMOs of unknl OWn
tho president made his recommendation. P tho to ?
Ile pictured tee distress tat pre-
vai'ed on the island and declared that Lydia E Pinkham's 1V
only immediate relief could prevent the 00o fe test of yVArs.
actual starvation of many of its inhabi. ood the test of years.
tants. Speaking of the real motive beo- any remedy for female
hind the bill, he charged that it was hi
disclosed by Mr. Moody of Massachn-. lOuif coul hSVe give
setts yesterday, when he declared that OWn Inierft
he was unwilling that 10,000,000 Asiat.- o nut try exprimncnt'. l-uy what
ics sbou'd enjoy the immunity of citi.
zenship in the United States which had ham':; t'impound can do all tlmt i .
bar. hia Lirthright as an American regard to it can be easily v-riicd. 1 u
citizen, pro.- o:r canins.
Mr. Maddox of Georuia followed in
opposition to the bill. In the course of Baokaohe and Womb
his remarks he had read a ioug letter Tobl uu t
from former Representitve Turner of Troubles Seou to
Georgia, who was for many years upon Lydia E. Plnkham s Vege-
the ways and means committee, de- table Compound.
nouncing the "new tneory of the con- I ve I een for tn years n in-
stitution," upon wh:ch the pending bill valid with female weaknl .an the
was based- tirture airl pain I sufftcrtl 1t, t..'_-tn
PUERTO RICAN CA3LEGRAM. c" t '. ,. I .'r Ip. ,spent it. -.... ;n
Urge's ioiUtioltn by (ti( l esr s t;f Eco- i .:" .gM t ,:i i-t' t ii- ii t .'t :tt. i
i;,:l' l<,>:i el r1t1lr;l| 'ld heI \\; .ll'i. \\ t i<-l. 1
lO ll ( |'r e Ill. l .ll:t!l 'i ",1 "* I l I:' V I !l' >'l l\ 1 ll:i l
W ASHINGTrN, Fol. "i.- In anticipa- b,.,, i,, tt,- ,," :n. t i1,. .,h,- ;.
tion of a lively debate on t:ie question t:'eat it,. '. t ,< )' ' ,' ,': -
of the right ot M.ithuw S. Quay toa i:ir;. : I ',i'l : r,... i. Ii. : '.
seat in the senate as a mem b-r from d.:-;vt .,!:,, ,a i i'.',,. ::' k t'*_,.-
Featisylvania., ,ectators c:owdu d the talll' ;: p n ,'i! '.v',.n 401 , .'. t 'i'.t I
gai.eiies luja*v. :Ii'. *L' l i '- t "tv ; i- .. i ;. : \., :!
Pre iden:; Pr, Tern Frre laid before -- ti~*:l. *. ,i:::: l 1 '* '. *
,.Airs. ; E'c,-.n. MonAett. 1 Mo.
the senate the foilowin ( caL.egaiani, ad.
dressed to) ;;inm as preiaent of the sen- a .,i :if, .'-
ale. irn.lh "a n Joan, i'Usrto Rico: r I 'h .!i 1. :. :-
"*C,,nui --Ioned by people oe Puerto ,. 'htat 1 ,. ,,,1l nI ,t |,' it :1 .
R:co, atten>i;l.n coaie ration in combine ',, c t nlih. 'th ',:. ,,r
oration ot ine a: niv;r'trsary o0 the birth ,,t ll ', : ; t,' '
of \\ '. ii ' m guilty's s.. it a .sout ..n be adoprod of '.,: *, !,li..:l, ::, tht lif. 1,. -, f ;.
ct' uniiC a ti,ro lfe1nts. Very (lay repreo- 4',.i. an 'i
satn:., ('on<.t1era...1, .c-s IadGing to total *, hI,,i, t :-,. d. in,", t..i on !rt.'
.'r Ho.ar inq ir'id whirhther the chair .h: ,,:,. ,' t a .I, .i, r ..lI t.,a
. '.1 ii. ct liOiv r.itr 'o re a petition 1 i, , ,,i f, f,, -
1:": ai:!Z iLtls of ta,- t I !;V:e-.
Ut on It rn e u' n i :;.t questrou. But .-.. ,, **.
it'e .-t:,:.i;n r-rr,:n i M ssac U.etrs mlay :' '-_ '. ....- I:nc.. 0.
jL i.. 1. t nt' ca : "e 4. .A c t .....


jU il;- 1ow tu. c a.tr l,..s as et pr,-
.eut-,d inm .lu'umeunt to the sicn:t;e."'
i'ts A N .'i ;.u-I t:'.rais.
New York, Feb. 2 --Dan R:ce, the
veteran c.rcwu clo.vn, who died at Long
Branc:in late last n:;sZnt, was no ou f th
oit; -[ si.howt'ie: in A rerlra. He was
nir eihty v'ars c. !, aL.d hal traveiet I
-*.... -.' iT v I


PNS


FOR


WOMEN,


u' .d Of atroub~le!. i I






vOMie. r.;Sk onao f their

value, wai-let? -:ay even

fegotable vomr-Po;:id has
Rt has the lar gest sd--e ot
ills in fthe wo -I'kfand
n ft this sale except Its

16iif -d s ito aai allt.~* .
-)!-'re are L ',':; -'x


Facts About Two Cases
of FallIny of the Womb
Recovered by Lydia E.
Pinskham's Vegetable
Compound.


S 1 ' .f :41l- I f ,'
'iu'.. r ;'r. ;a ". t'. :. : n'e. !nr,








(ifidden, In.. BO 220.
li:'[ l '' a'. '.i h ,' \' 5 .1 1' 1,11' rl ":l .

: re f 111 1 .'1 1 11 1 I rI f
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I" ,ell., l 'l .' I, at'" i,,, i tI !.. I t > '"
I I '. :. 1 "; -l ' 1 .. \ '\' : 1
S \\a li'. A. ft i" I'-in ti -' I 'Ft-' '.:' j i '
,i.I. i i:pr ;i: ." Mrs. (i. A. M\\inter
(iidd, Rosenla. Box 22Tex.

; ,.- .. : !* '. ::': n *r' i n -. \ -
-m,' Ii]I y 1,' t n ;' ;ii., l --" ;ni l o ; th rr'-il *
S)>; n:n :1t !<'ft \u.r::1],. "|'h' !'.tin in m yV
1,:(,l, \ .-; ti, n .inii 'n. ",;c:ul \V<,;.;ll .t,'het" n '.1 I
\\,,u], '> i n"ari v > ' I'inil.itini'- ,'' .,'rta,'"t l ,' 4 ; >:i]nd hl ".
< ,'] >n ,' m .rt';:t re.i,.f. I tt- | no
I P!il noiw. ;in'l I irivt \,. 1r mI dic'<-ine'
., l' th,' pr'iis.'." Mrs. J. P. Mc, pad-
den, Rosenberg, Tex.


3t1inin'' 1',e I,, lito Italsed. t elm o
Bi.3I ,o;i ~kt. Ala., Feb. 23 -The Ala-
bauma Consohdated Coal and Iron com.r- m o
pany ann'Cunices that it will increase:
the wages of its coal miners in the
Brooki\oo,. district '1 t cents per ton. 2
effective March 1. Six hundred men
are involved. The Brookwood miners i
strnck several months ago because of ',


Ovarvan Troubles Always
Yield to Lydia E. PiAk.
ham's Vegetable OCn-
pound.
l L', ,.. : 't '"'- ? ,:t:th for
i ,.it. i. .: : : tio n '






i i' .Mrs-. 'i. .Mill'er, No.
103. Canai Street. Neu Orleans, La.
Vs 1 t '.^ ' a. ** I t 1. 1* 's'tW'li.~t,
I '.- r" il t' l i .l1 :. .I s i. rs-i ,
;ltlV'i..i 't l;;t"r t, I f 1 ,' !l: m I: 'l. l 'ii l

;I h' t'. \ t ln '. ;l \ l !alt I' ;
,, t 1:: l "- 1 1 i : t #' 4:* t 1 1 \ |i > if.f
1, -*.:vin.- Mrs. W. ". .Miller, No.





C l S" 'r t;.n r '.', : I 't. N. i ita
,!i ,i ng', -.. : harb r,". :. . ,

v'. I' :i *. ( '- \ : 11 .},',' :- 'n iii ;u n


t,' thall I li.;v hI,, n f,, :*,, \,;anr
i h.iv, tak[in tfii ,,>t~lh -~. ,ind lii,
fri'nds -ar, -urprisIl at n r,"pid in>-
provnn-nt.' Mrs. W. Mi. Walters,
Cold Spring Harbor, L. 1. N. Y.


Hotel and Restaurant


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


Si. f .. Salveis; te alleged failure to rece ve the Bir- 'K;< 'oms or lent by the Day, lBeek or oenth. .
II] ijiili-d,, sfr It 'i t1iii j ,it." i,., mingham district scale, but the strike' ,.,-
SH I t ii ended late last fai Tne company also311, 312 h Trlragna Strst, pposite Union Depot.
~Witch HazSalvo'announces that it will spend $300.00.
ohn .ihi" it.shri. ..Harii SPl.h rliaacy'v, on improvements in the Erookwood dis. O-Telephone 63.-0
.j.in il>rl. Ktin. trict this year. This will include the -GEO. WILSON & CO., -
building of OO new coke ovens and the W
C:A.L n" r L O Ix.A*, opening of several new mines. 1 Don't Forget to Stop With the Fat Man.
Bsm the IN K'nd You l ie Always ouV D Y f
8:giaatre .^ d f y/'l r- "" l )eVitt-' W itch Haflz SSlvo. i.-; Rl It Ilif AIR. llO L .l l.
-kill i; Petnsacola, Florida.
For l W itc, H:,.'.l Saiv.'. 1;" va ,, .>f ;tll
For' I Sale. 0li t'Trt'it-. Hatirj' I-'h l ,trun y.
S/tea l n SawOi ., /11 OIl t *Jo lS . B' i1 N W v. 'N. K: t.W.K..1 .. W .1.11 it ..-Z..
( .. {C .|,,i~i iiI,;'ll% 4 oh o t'A i11i.... '.ul..


an.d ptractically new, to-
2ether with two-stori bu ild-
in -li; by 1.'2/2 feet wiith/ new
.fl vani:ecd steel roof. Filer
\ Stowell .M1achinery. Ca-
pacitq tic enty-hi'e to thirty
thousand feet per dai/.
hlatrra ii/ or I1'Jtt. I/f, pi.
(WOner 'one. outr o1f 7anful-
]arultrin-' buisin ess reason
for selli-n. For particu-
lars write.
1 ,-" LEE DAmIELL.


DRINK LION BEER!


I V-.1 -L a '


Geo. Pfeiffcr,


FOR SZTEAN I DVI~ItN
1:.%I1WAV CKOMPANY.
1'rwn 'n'. se' Penscoia for the Litz:
'lay(,,. VIlvim'tta Peach. Warringwvn.Nay)
Ya-c aaud arraucits at
t#iiAl. :n.ar~rive at I'ovt Parrancass 7:ij.rrsm
n', i. arit, iv F'ort irtfcq .sati
pJ. In. array- .tt;- ort ivrarr~an'it- I4.:t. v a
S.:; 'T) tin. :rriv. 511 I or t 1).4' 4. M
t;: iL.' m. ni. triv.'at ?'ort Psrrafizi'as -,: i v n
*: ,.rv ma. a *ib .* --at I- ort Barrftnca- -:4.i pv'ar
Train's ie'3ve k'ort Barraticss for P-e.tb
7:,t ia. m. s*-r:v" at Penioacoia %I:4IS a. yr
1 :01 11T73. arrire at Pensacola ...... 1:45 pUm
-.;,v p. *n. na rive at i'eliSaCOiS -':4.,5p. 11t
.- % p1 Ii arrivs'e tt P~asfk'ola .4 1 1.
T,:aLs p. in. arrive' &Z Pensacola ..7...:435 p in
-t:4.1 p mi. arrive' at Pensacola ..... 9:1. p. w

61-NDAY 5CKZnUDg.
LeaSve Penlsacola. LT Fort Harranoas
ea. M. 10a&.sm.
1aM. 12 in.
1pM. 2 p.mi.
I p.M S P. M.
5P. M. 6 ..
6P. M. p.m
IPARZ POR WFIK DAYS.
Ponsaeoliftto 1"(';t arrancew and retva'fl 4:v
to Navy Yard and return-. &%
*0ue oa oPalMetto Beach and return i5e


Agent,


PFNSA( 'OLA.-
Try v it. GoilTepht all



Mit tnV.yIVCapwU s uleswtr pcrior
t'3 Bals.eamuof Ct"Ipai '.,
C"~',3c3 and Inject ionm..
'Pty cure'i a483',-.uT4 thec
same rdisc-vjcs w~th(".t. oi'n
SO".M Y E'ALL DRUGGISTS


SScrew Worms
r I


- I


Wholesome WE
'r!i ',ll' i.I 'la:: ly'-i-T f t
'i>. -.ow- that ev'fi I S.
:lil ciii4 i4 ii ,iii 'il it.itl,,
ea t l : c '- o f illta
S .,ji ,-h. ,,l i l. i nr
S-' ll'r;>


T Is-iI Ii a Itt'-!t mPrii Ors', i'i'eij I "rt,
Ii-' .. ua r.tt i lt sI %t bta t '. S i'li'at n ia % 4-d
.1 10'rl will' 5\ 5 (a I Iy llH11it'11! c tSi'
Jil I p,''''.


water.
414 f tt


First Aational Bank


i;~~; ~Or PENOSACOLA. FLA..


AY.', W~' 'M. H. KNOWLES, W. A. 1B3LOUNT. F. C. B.ERNT A' Vs' N. J
D. R T


f draw our swo ii P fon f '"l'V,'CO i ( t Mr PIrelanid


w~pr fr-I sssstirle,AI welv'el-, tiriv'"'s wa7, Mwe~c'n. a-d.t-e irrp:ucr:tis
diii'hs's, iisew u-;(ed !).v' aiaiv e t'n- 2 V ~I b.~r ruti.o r. Favo7%:'.h Ic Tr ,:-. a- .-I.their
i' i' ct' ad '~t''tI nt ii $ a ('liatos d'i:F -' t':* D4 s tfn Ton -.r Y-' L. Day?;

2 'at 0 dtvl' (sit uiite f;ttieet. aiiy a.Iis' XWSafosty Dtopoaft EBz'nsfor Rtsnt in Connection
ar .t it' ~ I 7-th -v7-21ch we hvea Pizm2Apartment for theUsne


A.iM*AVEIfRY,


IMPGRT"1-M AND~ J(RFE."?R OF



Iron N;:11Ano~ Ehv-A, E Aw I apd Ste~amboat ~Cooking
and Hesting Stovr,,, Paint, 011c; and Windr'w Ciae&,
Agate art4 Tinware and 1iousefuraisIhfug Goods.
Grins,. Pa-to!q and FlebIng Tackle.


ta slsI. rtau-' IIt. t I 11 t' it c

is' o' I' ..I5 ;'''fiTV tt rs t



I t' i.at I 'lr j
( t '.i" i' w Isir -r i .i r v tiid Barre ts

r t --r Ii f. r Pti o IeIa


* It'!w.


and Ticks .
d Are Instantly Killed when


SLOAN'S LINIMENT
"'. is used. Alm n i l.2 a pravin, Curb rr rpl't.
(..dLand Saen ..............
'>-' a C,.t. I., k or I" ui!c,and FI lr-:1.. 1-1
C mi aend M xp. . . . * .*
Sloav's Liniment i as :-- v r,: n r r- *
as V. I as I- .. ". 'l .a :.;t itrn ..y, i L t C t --a...;
and Colic. It -he . . .. . . . .
=,& A +3A


ii


AGENT for Birmingham Rolling Mills Company. I:' v. r Glans
Stitched Belting, Northamptou Emory Wheel Company, Laft!". A Rand
Powder Company, Johnson's Kalsomine, Iron Rineg ard B.:ck- .*tovea
and Ranges, Wm. Coups & Co.'s Raw Hide Lace Leather, Masuary's Ready
Made Railroad Colors.
Masonic Temple, Pensacola, Fla.

JOHN McDAVID, H. A. WATERS,

REAL ESTATE AND BROKERAGE. BQtcher and Green Grocer.
CITY PROPERTY. FARMING PHONE 172.


AND TIMBER JLAND)S I-'-It T# ;:fl-ee o-and i'
FOR HALF. C'Lickeitu anid I"~~'


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4 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1900.


THE DAILY NEWS:
.*& -n at .


Fla, mas o4 ad-cla sn matter.
OUVICU: Pitt Buflidnx.?l1Y2 Southb l'ala-
ftf eteet. up-tairs.
PIU8l.1IHEDIS Y
TRE NEWS PUFLISHING 00.

Torms-Invarlably in Advance.
One Tear byIM a il aI

*me month
OseWeeK. bCarr..-r. payaabie Mondayy 1-

THE W IC.IC K IiY NEWS:
PolWiohed tre-ry IFriday A, si., or yea r
rPtacefr.
TELEPHONE NO. 118.

Advrtisawg Noes .Furn4 hrdeon Appo1,ca i in.


Tim parer In on Mie with the
MINiN ADVERTISING COO,
Hdmjintt Building. St. Paul. Un.. Whe
vim adrertiseta and other' mar
ea dt and wbeic cotemates willhe giret.
opmesm .r GENERAL ADVERTISING

'EIBAOOLA. FER. 24. 1900.


of int-n-4 ~zr t fir-ati'.i .'at the larit*.




the P.ta". aab'Il'!t! !ik t
liilitv -iA b -C I 1 Te 9T1 fo


jm(tjiC of fiervt-, -w-. he -rt'o:-

ary w-er-'$~ ;' 4 ~ -$.

114t year j ani 11:24wf-19. M.4fllNO- Of



country ;the total 1 mp. rt- IIIm#r
ehatt t--- $ .* I-2C.i4 .iaW;J-
as2 iacrea=P *-f -'I-, oesii~ito aw. r J.~
a nd $, 94WA 4m s.i t ,-v-r 1 4-%


Party i.!' :7a .;n a:'. 0n.y .- f-.. :! .a a
sara. I 0 .;m tt *"n ; a i'.oiI ) p.-: *a':.'[t (
what are d 'u- ; .. '- r- 'per ani. u e-fui
arnd lie i;i'- ,:; T -. -t- cet ( nutrol.
and tp r ert a t\ ,ai aI;Lt0 fortes t o hie a.'--
em tph-bpbnie. ,f -. *' -:a pe-r-oinal e-lfds. th!.
maitelnce of th.'- iary r iA h y r,'p.-.r.E
l.amen-Ba p: !:,' -* a:a:e- at, d a c.r- -' :-
T*ola Pra.-. -
No tru, r word w+-re ever -po.kei.
sad tl.e fict '! .t 1t 'y apply, morte
or le.s, to ian-t p rty oraian7'ltionl .
even tao t;at of t! I-! ,ida dti-m',c-
racy. ** ill th*. n..'tr r, :,-oun w!,y the
-people ,tba uld l,. wa ind ,. Sto lotnii
as tthe "'I)etter a l. n:,iiat." -callled.
rewIain ialtof frojn that prii.;aris' and
convoy tions., ju-t -, l,,n1 will thIe
petty politiciant-. t:-'" l.---*s and the-
dregs of the pol it;cjl v.tadroin ri-e t,,
the top and a--una: control. If tlh<-
masses of ti.e ;'* pie really d.-ire-
parity in ,iit:c- and det!:roiement
of the boz-e-, they mu' t! emselve-
begin, at tt.e b .t:nr thie work of


Ihl- .>rt>I lsicoI Bill.


Tlj' dvbje e ita bleil i.o.s-p- n i
ing in thte 1,,u--e of r#-Prve-uza-nva 7-.
which ; norviA1- I hit tx-i t- !r'
thi* cceurtry *,., P r*i fla.-o. a:.-
from athpuc~ e Lia':.1.-a1 l ;a.' .
21 ~ par n- t t -~. r v
tar'iff x 7_1 i 't X .. t':. -a
zutere-? rt! haat t.#-,,,- at -112

that tile u, '- aa a t' -tai~
;A4 well at- t!a:-; c' 0, ar t.'1-l11" f
wayfs and tit-al,t- -'illtfltf'e.'I.
the recel.ti~ lvac' jai! al in-utlar os4-
cioni c i an x a b- v ~'r io-d
,olelv by (-tenzre ilka 41f a ha-cf tLi
pfrovisimal- of C.e lslta 'a.a t
twith on tral. Int-d. u, o b
t fl U iouonlmbtl, ii., -e %-;t ii l~ -.
ticoto.& W.a- v% 11- "t:-:..A1 'vf-, ia i.n
1). Rich-it!ai'- : a i,-~
detn''cr.ciK- a,. at- .-i
e-petecluiha .*t I''Iv eb NI' IivI -
the .A-.tov: IIr, 4,:-



fa'- pefl-1...
t %)l;..-I I t;! - - -
aotum i mea.. -- -- a -


I b.- proa I a '.'

juago r.-. I a -
.tnaOSIt, U II;
New m e 3L a '-% A' .t- t.'
is~ StNra:U.-- Ii. I .- ::q,. :
t-g a )&r ur W.-a ao .'
vq ~ fl,*ant u o *- :te.: I- -
a take4ara-l.- t ," t>
LIWO$Fetl4entp' b -AI a:-a aU. o a:---
watandefral, -ta'-. a-- or u -a'a--: '
b114 kd.h~t a. - '1';'- :
W18ade"dcLMb. BI ..a
%am4~f.- 8 ~-~0 -l'or 1

Iat onic-0 m It -.,a 'a- '!"e I c~f -
2 ota a 'ia o:. a '-o -at -
tag true. tej-.it oo.v oai t- o .aa
x we fo r u n t,;--, I m a:&. Z:-e -lu "A 't


o such measures the pending one was IMIIMlV


ever proposed, or deemed necessary.
Mr. Richardson then proceeded with an
exihauttavelegal argument to prove that
the constitution extended over our new
possession*. quoting numerous de-citions of
the bupretmt court In support of bas conten-
tion. He said the passage of tbet bil would
be an act of bad faith to Lh-. Porto R:cant.
|'L-Lt us." he app-altd. **vote down thai
most dangeroushill. In my opinion. not a
bolitarv democratic vote in this ceiantt-r
will be recorded in its favor. All w .;. I standd
by the Union and the constitution


Nasal Ca.arrh ,quickly yields to
treatment by Ely's Cream Balm.
which is agreeably aromatic. It i.
received through the nostrilI.
cleans and heal- tl.e whole surface
over which it diffuses it-elf. A reai-
edy for Nasal Catarrh wnich l- dry-
itng or ext'itin to the di-e:i-ed imeei-
brane h,)uld not he u-ed. Cream
Balm is recognized a- a sp-tiflc..
Price 541 cents at druigi--t- or by mail.
A cold in the had immediately dia-
appears when Cream Balm i- u-ed.
Fly Brothers, 5ti Warren Street. New
York.
-LAABORATK OF OFFICES.
Fitted With Eletritc Appliances for
lit

A NE'- reporter sauntered into
the new office- of Dr. C. F. Marsh in
the Masonic Temple yesterday. not
dreamingn of anything more than a
social visit. but became so iun, r-
ested in his courteousz- explanatai-11
ef the many rare appliance- grouped
in every room that he determined to
le-t the public know abl ,-t n.oineof
them. The entire suite is admirably
adapted to hi- purpose-, and i n Ld--
,gantly furni-hed throughu !.t.
T ie reception room i- ;a i:.* -t
hiomnelike place. and c(',ittamih-. be--
-ide- t.tble-. -talnd-. typt-wr:it-r tand
pI'lntty of comfortable clhair..a t.1 ian-
te -r haf fnti.-me ilbo>ak cae,- hIldi:d:
ttIa- docto'- library-one oif tth- in-.t
coanplete. perhap-. iit the e-t;;rt-
S,,uth.
Thea second rooin contain i b'- i.h -
a ladr:e giaz-d .ca-e tilled wi:iZ aii
tilantler of .-ur iical iiin trTume!n:- ;t:.c
rapplianc'.. n11o 4 I-- ti)an tiv-e lit!T-r-
t-e t kinds .>f electrical andl i:i,:a neti,
inaclhiie--anI Findiscpe. a. Ftia-
ltic, a a aCautV. aiad a u 'rd'l ai ry
'.ilv.ami .' h:ttt-ry. :3- weli a:- -:i. l
> aittery for' the I'tu.ioval f i.:'ci al
blemi- hc-. etc.
The op-ratinaI room i- -;];i;ii'
with a -very conplote i- t\i .i: .; r-
.ttin. table, and -till .anithI r l 'n
(',.t~taint ;. l.tl Je ,- '.. .i ; ; :,
cabinet., arran.;z d -, a- t, r-.,iy t0',
electric cu:rr-,:: : ,any p; ; : r
b,-dv.
I)r'. 3M ar-i w,-ll k :iW, * ", ,'
CitiZell, hav. iiiI [, -i.lr w;-- -Air- ',ii;
ye:irs ago. andJ they k.a'-w Z t .1 Ii-
protes. ion al tei-lp.itti,', i- i. tihatt
11.;' lt ad* tlini ki w n t i ',: i..a- out
a wide -cop- f C ,co-uItV :)'t I n It the
North ;aud tl.,~- a:'! H h tI- -
turned to )-tett lieie p-III a ll --i.:iy.
aud expI-ct- to devote hi- attehth;i, i
;'ptrticual ly to ci'ronic di'l'i.e.. (di-
S'-- o)f woIll. IIn a td i;i',.Alr-;n a '.-t.a ll
trouble- :ad hilicult -ui; ry.


Hi. Life 1Was Saved.
M r. J. I. lilly. a pn'ou,:i;, ,: : riti-
z--n of Hi.Ha :ibi l. 1,Mo.. l.it-ly halid a
wonderful deliv-'ratince from a fri.;:-
ful de-ath. In tellinr- of it h,- -.iv-:
**I wa- t.akien with Typ'.oid F,-ver
!at rail Ilt.o 'ietuillal ia. N lu','_'-
le,'.ai.la- >.;al.d'Ied. I w.*- )-w -ak I
couldn't evt n -it up i: I h-.. NI:-
inzia hl-lpet-l ile. I #, xp.e-'t i t a, -in,
di." of fCo ':-ti: 'pt,,':p wt!.. : I '..!.ir.I ,f
Dr. Kin a" New I)i-(c,.v -r. a ne
bottle a iva.- z: .-:it r,-li,-f. I c'*,;,t:'.-
Ut-,!i t U- u it. ::Il II w ..a w. ,i;,
-tI' ;i.. I can't -,i' t,, ': :., ;; it.-
prai.-e." T'[L. !!iarv,-l .a- :;e i-.'i;ine
i the' -a e- id iitu cke.,--": ciar' it.
t.- world for all T!ri'::: a:.1 I.:.ir,,
1 '.'. T i., t:1- fr':-. .ta \V A -
I"A 1 -, 1 :, '- d ..; : . v ,
*. ::1- at:.,ranItt td.


\i14 1 '1 p:; ,liIi n I -
foil l" 1 ae Fth'iienro %. I I 11i5
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His House in Order."'


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BULKY B[ILDIRS


Work of the Week Done by
Union Men.


An Interescin'g lRepirt of New Build.
ings. repairs and General lill-
wmrovemeneli. Repo ined lai The


News by file Etliefent Baukinus
Aigent of the Carpenterb ifli-on.
Messrs. Pons o& sounditvhave corn
pleted a neat little s.tablp for F. F-
Binghiam at Dr12Q Ei..t Cerv..ntce
street. The samne firm have fitiishe(
tip the top story anid put inl a nev
stairway at the new residence -)r **f
A. E. ZeliuQ; also a new stable foi
the same gentlemnat~l. at the, conei
e4Spring and De~oto street~t, lureli
purchased from Mr. Henry liver.
Uniori carpenters have 'oua11ple Lea
a convenient cotta~re f'or Sani
Weathersporon, just ca-t4f St li
chael's cemetery.
Another four-rooni ctot -cgo i.:lho..
ing erected q'11 Easit Kliae
-treet for Erren a J .),11-a-,* : 1,% .U i~'l

The fr !namle willok IS a-' i.; I. to-d fi
four coettaga- tltE -4( d-e
~tz .-t for Neil- MeK. (). rtitlu?. .'
tr~acted to) Earntist 1amaeXlt-:eirt.
iti-trutllents foar the zii 141iiw~
-ome zerollanaid drai 1., Ir Mlr.

doPor frani.-, for Mr (*!'at-. Tuarn, rr
(vle Ili zel it latale Ca- i--t K l4-
Bron-s.. and~ a fina- Jolt 4.: tui.?-J (- s
tiwiis fowr A Va. C(1:011,-. ,ar4 :tziqin;'aa
the" world. turned ou : i)t ca
I-Iltel '; dell- artnieaa: et 44 !.,'B. B
Pitt Mill Col. zi, t~ep-? W.--k.
311 a-le~zat 1t Wtl. !-:emai'l i ill : v P
M? \axw-e Ii.to J i- i- ad -n
bo-at to takste fijlnact.-1 1 t, ibu
1ea,.) 1 'L~ia -. h.h I ( m~'. it:foir ii'-e.
Tile new bolat ivQ ~mn t.teCt k f-. I
wit!) -,fee(tleai.
The neW --w la.rin c'a- f('i-4)
-tructi'in f-t- ho- W. H. \V ri_:ht M IA
Col.. .4t their v~arol. ix-;,- I ir.h-.i A V--
te"I'-ov. wilirre- iV W8[ r, !1dra a:it~:!1
thoe iiacn~iineryarrl'-o-. I: \viiJ ji.ao-
:ah' L- -lert l at h- -- v ia. I.-.

vwla.-eler. 144 Ifeat i''' i!t-.'1%-, .I .and .
b ea. lo...till and iw.1: hava- .aa Irl Al off
wutI 4 n -'a rt. W i c,, uiat:.4- I


with FElti.-r W~'ulfi,- :lrit va-a rv 1i-
abl-l. a-9ztavz9-. Lto) c r~ T- "h tI.
.lut-kirt'- affU.-.t II ll. 'wit... t
Iu'I-st that ietaia:but r:-'.. a1 e
he einlployo l
Mr. Chat. Turint r zva Ie1.'*9t i
lie wood work .,f tlaa -,d-Ia Imb
roAiliis. an~d as soon aj- the ott ta
and ojilitizis tminih dtit( !ioer' will LI.,)
be alny hjiid-';4) er 5f-t -f i-somi;fl it!
l'en-:acola. A fain icr d--era pi: iv:
w-ill biJ. -.venII Inour next reoljrt
Mdr. TuIrner l-as t~in.' ( atatkra-t fisr a

f.rJ. .M. 1Hiili~ari.
AnotLear contract Mr. Tui iiv-i I a-..
i- ra l:al-'letwa.-zi-voi wo-lhi::
*',r J. S~. N1' aun-he%.- ti o i- ee.,
-,rnaa-r %:rl.t a and Sprinl:.t -trt- -,-

frent atndclback jal',ain:iia. t
-ui 1,'-] mao::-;. tw I ~a
I A .'i ell tt eP..er fillata
O wl i lk U dta- (,no-r 1"41- 4 ii.:l n

i.1 AIi z worWktfr I 1r. M.1,
tll~e t f.:. IIr


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With', -i]: ~. I :aiv' i:Ltl- oi v wil
ciare ti,' '! 1 r if .--i i. ; *-i .ir -
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to Other or*aIn a tan the tomalh. i
Bytir nit: d a--: -ad i.- y t t v.- r!uli, f a
ei-ral tonic and i invi fortr and.
hlit proper d t ;tr medi- 'i- will
cire tifound for th- lie- f thain tir-
i ;.... t ii atrlictio ;: w it, !;at lih ridrf.t-
oaf oibscalre "ylp[,t,) .of.,f:ei rtf,-rred
to other organs tanprv tae stomah.
ByI tnis addition, ity virtue.- a a
general l tonic and invi ,,ratior and
blood puritier. are not !impaired in
*he least. No better lniedicitia- ca!i
be feoutid for the relief of th.e,,. di--
ea.-Pa that are -'' pre+v-alent ih the-
-p; i : .'. m n.oitt:-.
I take, thi- opportunity tol t!"an,k


t-ame precaution and tako notice(
the ditf-rence in the qnuality of wor
between the re-ponsible con'tra(
tors and the s~eheming scalawag:
their" would not in uch botc
work, or as itiuch1 di-satisfactio-
among the a)wtier.T ht- 'Ia.workinf
u'OUtldgut their buon)vy ~wiziouhea % i
in,-- toi pay a lazw -rpr tip _,#t it fi
them. Somp say. '"Oh. -'reil. a di,
houest person will ha. foulid "!
soilne d-iy, atad tihe thu,' will cir
wh'-zip-a.'c a int -t tinva coil.-to w)ri
f-ir himi."' N-t if. fa,r i.; lean.
s.trdi'?r t 'oinp tto oat cz%. itino '..ai n
of well oiasd of
biuld *'a- -' i: (lax : t. (I ; vr'; I
the-ir p#a-.uliiar ctriza. by o.rt
,fur sai~ezille*(Iwi-rk~ r- 4of:[ Ita-t H-it
:are (loijnz. juti--'a iii.:wail t[ pro
fe-s'ionat 6I bat fi ndjfret.'Iivictita-; t4
t i-ccf.-'A ~fpw iIjnquii-,into, the i(
--po ii- ib iii ty 4)f t if 4-vo n t :a c to r be tf, --
lettinitcyourclotatract; will bt. w-rtI
all tale trouble you are ptit to inl
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Tli-re i-no bette-rmedicin.- flr rh
ba ~ t li all (l: -aujiberlatin ('?4 ii ,:
aItfae1dy. Ita.I11-4I'aeit a h tn9 ll'
a f.. v- an te- witl m ~t h o-t- a iii -!iri
clAAhra-ti. It. qu ic'klyi cur, t!e -
q.0U z ta arid (1Colld- ie uti- t ? i g la'- i
It, al-,ol cuires croup ania .-ieal-
ill tV-U- Of ttOU-alid- '0* L' Le-":
o'ut a -in0'le failure o rI a"- wa- 1: aV#
beenCi able to learnri It n-t 4O.Iv ciur,,!
croiup.. but ssha-t iV''a-a 'a:j- *,I
4.ro.uplVCough1at4..a Will pres-ca,,
t!he :att"ick. I ~-f W1 fvi ...; va"
coi,~ti; itlojei- .K.:a''
ninakin'.: it *a-ort'~ tra-
I-- a-th- #v- I I v a t .a d I re o.
Of t he- p:aro i\x-t of ~ia-:
Oilli F'i--'ii.-. Iora -i' iVi aL
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For Overt N'L, F~eity P%4. Si ':a

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uini --r fo re jr hle1'7, a- r tic -ahi e, -

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a::' t au-ailly !-W pai-; a'-ic
v.:- triaa! ': t-o- rt".' aow- a :I n a --

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MATTIIG flAI


T, lLa.ike mo,,a fr :-. i a::; : (Ord. r
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Ofecr our Entlre '-:ock (i. H.B:a.l
at thn f. ill.- wit:- ;.ric---. .-
500 Yards ReINllts, 20 to 35c grades,
for 14c yiard.
5 lolls 15c batting fir 12 t-2c yard.
5 lolis tic ittii f fi f4c yarm.
5 Rills 25c Ilattil far 20c yard


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Investigate the Convertible Term Contracts

--IF THE-

Old Penn Mutual Life Ins. Co

DAVID EDREHI ,, kk ,. ,.-


J. M. RTTT IARD & CO.,
-M.anufacturre;, ,i!,l I) l.(t r- II.-

Carriages, Buggies, Wagons and Drdiy

o=-Repairing Attended to Promptly.- (.


:oi EAST (;ARDEN ST.


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8 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1900.


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OVERWORK, WORRY AND CARE HAVE

FIRST EFFECT UPON THE NERVES

PAINE'S CELERY COMPOUND


MIakles Xerro,


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Force


L. A. Martin, Chillicothe, Mo., writes:


"I have used


IPa ine's


Celery Compound


for indigestion


and


ne! vous


dclilily, and have fou-id it a certain remedy. It rehabilitates the system worn


by the strain


person \ill


of tedio(us litigation and


office work, and any overworked


lind it a sure cure.


HORRORS OF THE BULL PEN.
VIt(sMrf 1'l of she Idaho Mining
Troubles Le.'st ,Sumesnr.
WAsmnNoio-. Feb. 23 -The investi-
gzation of the action of the military and
cavil authorities of the Couerd'Alene
mining riots was continued today ty
the committee ou military affairs.
Mr. Wailiam Kando;pi Stinson testi-


I,,o "..,,'1 (.,r..n..i.. ira..i. 1 i your wife one of those
DD \w\ti.\i. S R. .'vb. 23 -The resi- hbaIndsome parlor suites
dences of Mes-r,. C. C. Calif and J. W 'r07n .AMarston <6 Finch.
Woodward have been destroyed by lire.
The tire "rig;nated ini Mr Calif's rei. I will repair your watches a1nd
dence end iiardly ainvtliug wa. saved. jnweir in flrst-clasts tyle. J. I.
l~ke t ofi :uruiture in Captamn Wood- StephenHS.
ward's h that Mr Ca itf nad $.5i0 Insurance on Medical toc.-v. Attention.
his house atni furniture, Lut it is not
-. .. .. l ThA will ha l orla m tinr nf


eod at length as to life in the "-Lull k"lowi1 wua At-, or no t i u i u uUai u t oOUU i 1 11 -w '.a u,"o n,, , '.
Ped a wherentb accused mines were ward had any iu>urzance. the Pensaccla Medi-al ocitetv at
pen" where tbh accused m iern were the Board of Hoa'ti olmen at t
incarcerated. His descrputioa was sup- i O. itsuc- i.--ping Cl sr Riates. o'clock p. m Tuwclay, FFeb. 27.
plemented by a large number of photo- Visiting physicians are cordially
graphs al#iwin&: the prison enchloure WASHIYOTO-. Feb!). 23.-Ripresenta- invited toattend.
coatst ing of a number of rude shanties tive Fitzgera'd of Maisachusetts has in- D. W. MCMILLAN. M. D.,
surrounded by a wire fenoe. The wit- i produced a bill limiting the charges on President.
nesso foras a eed coo com sty wonerand wathe sleeping car to 530 cents per 100 miles E. F. HRUCE, M. D.,
remoiners for eged sympathy wsth thed e for a lower berth and 5 cents per 00 Secretary. S5mt
mine se an the "ulibqe n" was very miles for an upper berth. A proviso
filthy. The food was bad. There was permits a ntal charge of !.5 or a J. I. Stephens has a larr assort-
practicaliy ni sanitary arrangements. upper nt of Rolid Starling Hilver and
Mr. Stinson also told ot tbi guard v' iIU MI 1t Rovers Knive. Forks and Spoon
house, a part of the "bull pen." where M'S EMON LIXIt Roer Kne. Fork an poon
he and others were held most o: the A Pleasant I lemon Tonic;
time. The ram beat through tu and the jice f TEI
inmates were often soaking wet. The prep:ired from the freth juice ,f ,
straw had been trampled into the LetnoIt. combined with other vegt- litd to boy all kjuldl f SlllIc
around and the offers in charge of toe table jiver tonics., cathartic. aro-
United States forces refused to allow marie stimutlanti. Sold by drug- naud Flriltir, elrctuhldS, Ac.
hey to be brougo tin. Mauy drunken giit-. ~,,ia' and $1.4, hol, ttle -i.Sr B0 4
soldiers were put in the gUardnoase For hbl:ou-ni-s atil constip-ition.142.
with the accseC L For india+--tioii andI l toil -ttn ll. ---.--.--- ------- --
Au army ofTicer, said he. ordered a lF'ar sick ;and n''rvou,- head-achlies.
coror-al to rake a c:gtr from the wit- o- pAlpatation mnid heart fatiltiurt
ness an I when the latter threw the ci- taike l.limon iElixir.
gar down the officer reduced thi car For ,lee(ple.t--ne-s and nervous
p'orat to the ranOk for not snatching It. pro-tratlioi.
i'n, officer ordered that the men be For lo-Is of appetite and debility.
trea,%4 win severity. For fver. malaria and chills
-- take Lemon Elixir.
sctlIetgne ,d A j ,ur..ing. .~,,noti Elixir will not fail y.u in Place For Pensacola
1 rtA\KFonr. Ky.. Feb. 2 --The R. ;'nv aof th!i a;ilve' n iild eidi-a..ea-, lAl l
publ:can senate an DeI)mocratic senate 4 -whic :ari* fri aii torpid or dis- BuyerS tO Buy
convened einiuldaneousiy ag aintoday a-d .. ,to h otdr kidno-.
ana Leuc:ia:,t (.overuor Msroha:i and 1rrl.arel ,,iiv bv I)r. I. MI l, h i F my
?re,.ileut Pro l'eni C rter again pre- Atlanita. LGat.
t.ated lorm tv same stand. The cla-h Choice F m il
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ovt-r ine en r. ee tl (131 a
'ew minutes, tu:e Rt'putuican sela ,r.,
vress.ied over by Marsua.. vtimmi t.
Qd.ourr and ieaving ine Demoratic
senatorS in ses-uon.
KI.ntucky'Htilroadl ISlil Passred.
f..LMinM T,. Kv.. Feb. =23.-The Eeu-
.^ me Mchord railroad bii, v
= U_ 0. The bial empowers
the state jllld commissioners to reg.
late Ireight rates and to puunih extor-
tion. It was endorsed in a plank in the
Democratic state plalform and one of
the leading issues of the campaign.


b~t! -- -f I r :1a. -,- !I1,-inoai, ;-Alixi r
tit ii a ie-e. lv-r al"Iikid nev-.
Tl- F I ix ir (i4-1 tEN. I fe-eIM-lit t!.-#

1225 17Strep-t. a-h i:gtan. J1VC.


Strongly CAdmi .Q1ifls-
CHey.

CA= T2 S TNOT TO LLA7D11


A ii~~ ~ 1%l e-8 a tdAr-
risi-toillur the' I"-, SAI.:If-

o~ i!i iii~.al tswas ch-irac~er, z-a
bv tnt! adoNtl ).k of aarron':i, ras(o.a; on
c ~ I 2t3 SA 14A s-' 110iilk'Y Of IL)
x-as 7 ii ~Uande ne'd t,.-rso:2-
gi.~oil h le 'at.
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~'~ i2~ c. .'t0 : _01Its ( h.e
It~Oic' .~i Ihis t: io. a!'S
went0 i 7C s. ra hj:is VI -, a
Ithorry of ti.esO 1 rA.Sio (!I-
danger.s the plrniaut-!v'!"e A zitisittu.
t!OflS In 01aUr WlI CL-IE'UuiV
,113noiVed. T!IttvWe NWiii support no
man for tho preiidoncv Gin~r cmigra'is
whfo 1,4 not i:ziowri to be r~b 'o :1:e'iv'op.
powsed to 111 8 po-xCV, and that wve will
do our beit to def-t!% all e'xnd.d.Ltes for
either office who savor it. "
Several ded'egares objec'od to the use
of President McKinley's name on the
ground that it it was ustiwije to insert
permoiaaltios. Tne revolution when first
rireaeteud placed the responsibility for
the war i:,j thw Philippines with tbe Re-
publicaxn parry. under the leadership of
President Mckinley. but on motion of
Moorfield Stozey of Massachusetts the
words "tue present administration"
wore substitutedi.
Answering theo ojectioasi of those
*wbo favored srr~kiug out the name of
*Mr. Mciinley, Frank Scaphens of thiu
,:tv said:
"That Inurecerer ii the mati who is
Irhaefly to biani for the s~iatnxe rtag
I l:ta.3V upon the c'ontrry. andi Inls na1me
-suould not be reuuvel,!."


alltL ( uLro in a 1 P. perity.
KR.ZLAW, S. C Feb ... -It 1s now
a settled fact that Kerahaw is to have a
cotton miili. The capital is to be $100,-
000. It ts said that a charter has been
applied for When a town has such
men as E. D. Biakney. S W. Hatch, .R
L B.ackman and E M. E-itridgeamong
its citizeus it can safely count on pros-
perity. One or twou ew cottages are
going up and the vatun of real estate is
increasing since the factory is to be a
realit'-.
*-I t ink I wo1 t Nd go crazy with
pain .ere it ie,' f!,"r 1 :atibch rain's
Pain alm.n." write- MI. W H. Sta-
pl'ton. H-rneinie. P'.. "1 hav-be..n
alillictod with rtl(tilliaiti-ii for -se E ral
y.ir-i and have tried reniiidies with-
,uit 111i11h01 r. brt P:-in Halm 14 tilh
l)het iiledicitie I have t rot hold of."
iOne ;a iplic;atit i rilie-v. thl,, p in..
i',-r -ait- tby Hanniah },Brs., 21 S. lPal-
afPox ,AtrL+t.
PROrME8IONAL OA &DS.


Dr. Mareellu!5 e reary,
Plysilclac and Brz on.
I[sI dence. -'I "%*-,t w ,,- oryKtreet
1'hflf '!"'.
Ontlic,. l'Aleit berrtK Hullein' I I Mouth
P laf;ox Itrr-;. Phone -7i.

DR. Wx. C. DEWBERRY.
OFFIOE-Hannah Bros.' Drug Store.
RESIDENOE-400 E. Jaokson Stree


Win. H. Maean, M. D.,

Homeopathic PkysiciuB ant Sreor ,
Late of Ocala. Fla.,
Offers his professional strvile.r to the citl-
zeis of Pensacola.
Espe'lal attention given *o the treatment
of Chronic biseaeq and Dl-apes of
Wom.fn and hlildrtn.
Thirty eYwir's practice In ib- tMe uth.
Residence Phone No. t^a.
RrAnnr-Rinlnt Ruilding--Kio.mn .


Dr. Wilmer S. Hall,
DENTAL SURGEON,


Masonic Templs.


Pohoh 354W


nol~nns E~i~C


GROCERIES IIjENEXhL 1SU[BANCE
-IS AT- I
The Well-Known, Lsat Estate A cents,


~IeLemoa LZn Ehi:~r Up-to-Date Store F- *nr L
writ, I I- 'ye -itI'-i r-,itiv I-(4rl kT WFN TY-T'o OF THE
from iudi;.v-. 1 a'j (sr oilv LEa.tau- I-''i F IX T.jFU MARI N' .
bs'ttle 01 L+-i- .Lx ai-:' iar dU l~AiC LI ur~lI.PLATE
plodUhaU g- l a- ila I hve LASS AND) STFAM XLER IN-1
giodr m pth i :21ii- ie iLi i I h y I LURA NCR Ec o N'


Bi

The
of Maste


It mourishes. in -
I has tdzfillh
the brews th-atb i k~
Norsemen to splendid ph3~
strent:!:th,iogcthl-r witt,%+hh eref "cii
quahltie; md dh:attL ~
culiar alpi.- zto
Mart'"- __


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LEWVIS BEAR


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")-12OPPOSITE UNION DEPOT. (::


W. C. NORMAN, Proprietor.


Telephone No. 46.


--:THE CHOICEST AND MOST POPULAR BRANDS OF-:--


m:B, WmES, upTC. mDA

e)BEERS, ETC., <^


I1 W003 AND GLISS, LARCE OR SMALL QUALITIES.


SOLE AGITS FOR


Illh)()K HIIII'l sl'S01,11, lAMJ.
YELL a.w-,ros~' 1 -.YF.'-f-
D)A IlR Y N~l IsIA)%141- K Y.
A'rA 1'Al-R .10,%IN'O44~IP
CELEBRIutATEDI' I:R-~~~ C


SOMETHING NiEW


- EVERY DAY-
o-- .A* ---,


HALL & KLEIN'S


Mammoth Retail Grocery,

502-504 SOUTH PALAFOX ST-,
*rololphono 0a50.


~W Pt li-.Nowiand Old. :re4


('aardihially tinvitetd tee Viit a ivl


their Iniin tuee Stock.


Telophoo.e No. 147.


Cold Weather
Coming. .,,,,
orders and I' ts till y i vo r n m h.-.
coll fnap arritv~ -. wk- ,will -.-'v .
hosatcoal ouall an I mroe -r far eit it i .t .
or beating purplorses t r-aiolmailt pr. -
l0 ompsor. OIse 9
lia-sler's In

Coal and Wood.
(fIcM and Yard: 14. '. L.',rr r /trarns... --.
and Railroad Mtr> rvts.


McMillan Bros. Co.

Coppersmiths,

General Metal Workers.

m .+ -5 Manfactlers of and HeadiBrtues for fte

Celebrated McMillan Seamless Turpentine Still,
Cmplite Outlits aiwaysp a hand, d repaiLhg dose l eI con ti

MOBILE, ALA.



JOHN PURDY,

Foundry A IMachine Shops,
CECNTRA I. WHA.', (C K.J! J-FEK-ON AN;D PINE STYEI-',


Telephone 34q.


Penmaocola, Fla


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Iteal IVj.tinte. Iaii-iranve and Iermeai
A4genttl. N.i I soit ile al~allx I -11''.
Vteii~aviol*. 1l'ltridla-11)"etli~ng% ior
itent-Omiubiot I 4to Chlange.
? i-%44. 474 (. vi -I .- n i I.1.4' 7.' r- 'in m -.
-No(.- C 44Et:1 1t,'. 1- 1.0 ft I.. -k't" W-
N.' -. l dr3r~. i t -11,1 1.6L3Ot'..4j4 114
4 room..n

Xo- o, I'im fV-f s4 4. t .4ni':-
5 4 N ON. 4! 1 Y. I I'I:*'... a -a-a r4. 1, n

g-po~i lo l t (Ir: -.
444 f. ;. l'4!' t i'-'. Qt 1.4.1 i~a'r.z t S .
S',-SoUth lI,,-% .'. %t., near N-riim's.1tl(
Cffiep-i; a-d HElaN..
Sud4 -tom- of firor -mlount Huiild~iii. for
al-1r fh t'- u, Buildting.
T ta onvuller4 asII fl g i:-d.-.irtNI callst onr
ir' al oo ti ii *o A ,: t -i "itr) tall t 4aPi ir IlaP tt ,0 ii(s u.
vkltmho~bI.ntain" tIAlImmL...inl m~i partscof tilet
vii v. We-arte thi-a~d~l .Irit-r-tfoir 4AIK titis tit
Iteal Vitjtet.mvr~i hp%%.- .'("444our h444ks 4.4.ti- 41
'ii-S i d.) rahi. 4'oi4 4 1 Ili. l- ,-I Da)rtsd4-of Thi-
v-.We- al4,o reiri-.-iiti. P.tirit -cla..'.Fi. re
I ruiti renvo Ciinqmeii ia-. and ciin piac- oil
ineuranee ai thn-urailee o(f prompt paLY-
viivtfl Iin 4''t ofl Iaif u +
Fr orthe-r informittiaii. Urito to1or alr
u pon TIiie'# 4 '. WAT%.ON &I a o..
beading It-&I i.-ts:.- and Ra-nitil 44~t.

Have Your P.intina
and Papor Hangilli done by lmp-to)-
d.atepe..pI.. iii an uo-to-dtt at.. IOy'
hr Vatronizin-r J F. Ra'-.-iA-(Co.. Nit.
II N'. PalImfax. Photis:*'. 24f-tf


OPERA HOUSE.

Frtay Evil., larch 2.- at18 C~a






Chaplain Jones, U. N.,


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GRUNWNDATRBAlI.!


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2571. K. o'


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KIDNEYS.,LIVER

AND BOWELS

CiLEANSES THE 5VSTEM
;*.-EFFECTUALIM,



OVERCOMES.-j

DIARTUAL &oNSTI1T
PERMANENTLY
-%0 O rGf g T
ITS ENEICIAL ,
SV7 THE GENVINE-mArro eY

CALUffmN I A FicoSy R TCo.

oft b&U ST at,& 0wsu aPO C 5 U w SPChL

Yesterday's Bay Eqeur,.le'n.

Ia-_e. too"- a joi ~y jrly up tth.- F.,im id
4Pn On eXCU[ts'iiiv .cerday. "lhev
landed (onl tantitat o-Pt islminil tiad
picked up s.1xeI1-4 star fi~ah and pe trl
.)yaters on the outer beach and -,twixt
a very pbma,;ant day. The party von-
si-ited of 0. P4. Vardlen (of Pari'. Ky.,
MrP. John Boy--r. M isq- Either Boyer,
J. H. C'arte-r. Sirs. F. Bover. J. H.
Harter of Cullman. Ala ; L. F. Mur-
phey of G(Iavoston; C. 1). Beyer of
this city: W. A. 'Nevil-1I.. A
Neville.R. Newille, F. B11'. -Iligr of
Kewanee. II WM. .F. R. Sleo-ppr
and son1 of Kuuukak'e. [Ill:Nli.--
zSewoll and L. M. Fish ,of t~i- city;
H. Hume. of NMorri, Ill,: NlrQ. iH.
New-ion of Na-AhviIle: 0. 11. Ruh-O
iiell. Mri. M. E. 1Lo.eh. Lawroric--
viii.., III J. R. H~edzoQ. I1-t.N1
Hed~ot Pitt-b r:M-. It. It. K iine.
Li~~nIer.lzd.
A Powder 11Mi bI4)lioflo.n

do dra-itic iimm-.r~al i ;1. but lboth

I(4)(1.*w jt ~4i 1 cIro (it4i 4%1* 11 m
:, ,it~- ui Ii -a. v.- Kj I'. Ii g'- N (-w
L.vif- (ip- I L.'a,!1il#- ve.. Cor1fa
tioza. ()il% :-. atW. A. D'Ah-ni.

TilOS'.(. WAr-O)N .& OMPANV.


UP. CLEARED AND 1HAILED FOR PEN-
SACOLA.
14TK AM3(t1 I P04
011h. 1. 1 .V--RI : C H rr. I-; .~
ti144i t u d-)i. '%a.4 A'. 'l1'it": 1) 11,4 ~
lit L'4'd 84 4.". .-'i' 4-.4'ir~liIf. 1,-lu I
P.4it 14 % tal. i, O, 4 .u14.1 :,:. ,a- K3 ot-al'

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POLITICAL ilONCIliJZ. AI=
IEVE
F'or Repres-mhtatve.
I hereby announce nmy...t:! aa Aconralidote
for K4.pro4'entstivt i4'.4 4!whrnI~bia ('ouwty inf
the L.gti-iatur.-. but~ject to the Dia.ntweratic
P.'amnurit s.
-.T. EUmmT 1V4LIE.
For Sheriff.
fo b4hr-b" a-fll1O.vinli~ms eif a- astiraid r,.-
spOI-tfullyVn~k i ha- support .,( illy f .. ii
and vo4ater vt the 4' U44t3. 1 *If l. I'Al
015 'CI-lu itc t let'd to~i 4f 5aiz I uilia.'.' 171f.'4i tiY.
fmi;~ ly sud imipairtially.
W4.1I H'!'i\.4


for 1-1.-cl.'~ioll 14i114'' 1w (i-tof*')4'r47T 4f '-P
l-milft.441 4in1Ity. 1'iii44.1 114 W 14t tbhe !
1.-ag.s arid ititert'st of *I;l my -1:i-'uI-a.

Fo.r Shmeriff.
-livi iT of 41 l'.s..hliiiblLcoui4Iy atIt helt'-nsui ~,.;
eict loll. J. .4'. N' .NViT.
F-or ('jerk of ai te Circtutr C(-u rt.
I i.-r-hv an' t'41 f.i-' 11 v--:fV a,'a*1 (44 hti*.W4 .
fm,1 u-1a4' 4':. k o.f ILa.'4.'irew? 44' '441I
MI41f K t110iiei*' 11 134 'it 4)1144" ''41-''


A1tRIVVEl I' .T.1 '.ANTIN F.
Nor ilk M4Ltbai4jr. 4.7. K lop. Ceara. to
ordfor

U' (Oirl-ioat Mactial-, to participate in
.(!- 'rt~k Nirupyat:"'7, Hi-il rk'en. (.iaigow.
to W M5 I'e.4-er.A- 4' a
It hk D--I u.' 3U i' H, 11-a1. La81,1114.. Cupf..
Towua. to o~rde-r
Jno _-, Mleirtitt & Cu.

whal 7) t !-
it-' wa4ig .A7'!ce-tiad-i';-t. I!lam.:a'it 1t
alif
; .1 4ALF4
.A~i-:.'.I '.mi 1 :1ao 4ov.i h, I-lvul!r
I r"I'ti iat C.o. laor 1'it Ia t4 .4. *4j3 3 41 b-lila'' ('4
1(1!.'2..) 4 .144%C4' $ -1. tA4( 1431%pi~iSulahta
i t(w k. vaI u -d ;1 4.- t l4,-3,-,
It '-11mP 441I414(.o14!'. Iv'atl .' i"34
".14-. for ('SptCim. ItuilY. itwhh 1'.%7k oit lit-%% 14
t 11111r. *.~7,-P ,'t -a vi; ttsa!'1o,-i. 7-.. 4I -) fIt
tir s. Cmi '! i ."1. '41. A i.d.': -n4 i. 1)y Puai -
I)-owmoiv t C- 4,. I -' $rdvmux. %yith lit `-.:1 av
11 %%' h.- it : 113 .-r. .; 4 % It 3.51.4tH 1144 ;-r!,(
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A"Ti('1*kANT1I".


TILE SHIPPLOG.
ESMELS iN FORT


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It:! Ba4'a.4-,d~i :-.7, k'att.t"'IN. 1. to11
ttu- (.olumlui ,l,uU.1 .I-r':::ntuzi. to)W41.
M~ It tiW1i & 4 1.
Nor M' 1-iw. 1;7: Kr: 0. 4i'414-
Norii' 1tiC 411111. vs ui-a'i'i.i. ts H IH
ItloNatiloo. .1. 41-. (I ar4 cIII fur -; / 18
BARRIP.
Pr Afli Bnl tlgsi, o-1, 4)Itto'rsuaai. ItoBamirs.
Dunwody & C.')
Rtu. Au~traiia. a. F~andea', cid for Babiak
El is ica
It Agrbto~tlo Torrizano. I11-%. Torarizano
Trinidadto 14 ard.'r
It 'iralet.1111:. Costa. to Baar'i* Dun-
wody &a4
.Nor Dot're. 7.Iartien, to W L Wittach
&l 4o
.Nor Fig.'7.Wa-i'ii. Dundee to orda'r
N or Frint-adeni. e.'...). SunoIjvt'. to (or 1--r
\or Hel-i~os. ',21. Nietiat'n to W h Keyser
S or II :aghtl r. %':V). Andot'ron. to %1, 'o
Ru-i HaInn. 4ait. Alirlund. ito Peassacohat
Lumhi ter Co
.\or j..ady ofladys4. 127". JIncotmv-ii, to Pon-
sacola I umtbo'r Co
Nor 1, ngfellow. 7.1. -vand!.*'n ItoW %_
K.-yser a Co
Nor Minara.'t b. 7 2. Larse-n, to W S
K.'vyasr A&(C
Nor- 4 lphit-1iai.11-:7, '-. :~an*to IVew1aelin
Lbr 4 o
IRu. PItul. 7". I 4-nil4't ron. Ito orda.'r
,Nor Roti"rt '2 raf 4411 ''.i. .1envi-a. to)
S S Co'
It St *'4it'. ira. 5i.H /.i to Ro-ni-o BrH o'
1) U;1w oJ .t qi

N 4r44a.~..7'. a .o...:tiW S Ka'vtir
N Ca'
AmalV'- 1aivi..77.. I'4'--r, to E 1. Sttufl-
(lei" J.,C.)


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lair (ivvisar (CI uk.
wil'~l.4 li oI,4'.-v 4III% .- It a o4'ii.l hw','f.4I
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FRIEDMAN & CO'


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-MARDI GRAS SALES.-

We are prepared to welcome our
home and visiting people to see our
Spring Line which we are receiving
rapidly.


We positively carry the largest and
most tasty line of Ladies' Shirt Waists
in all colors and prices.



Our Stock is Imimense!


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Fit T1""tV3,~, 1ax 47..i-cow.at A big line 0of Ladies' and Children's
for 1111 v- ~iunars g'aaacorit v. r --ito-Slippers just received.
4431 4411111'. 14. ond li'k t.k If app'il jr t ft a. li .
lk-nd andvandrs Footwearlv
lai-fr Tay (Cillector. af MKen's, Ladies' a dMisses' F o wer .-1
hiiavjnib.t ittafl'tiin-A 4'i41i -m-nbt''ai iy 913weare the L.eaders.
ENCU It t -in ~acoun11t y UIhelist -ia Im 4ig .4dt4.'rI 11 ,A Au- -
M AN V to ')IF. h,

'Il# addlfYof WtillamirW. i:-hard'.it u Ifi.~~
iial e I t.v f illin 3) 11. 0-i.ad Vaill '-- t't'Ii~on aas I ?I X '- '1.
*-a.s'o fair I','iolitifla VOL 4I4tY. "tihjf-a.'tLi) the 4 ('tjf' .ji/ti/ 1)i
statloti of the detsnocnatsc priniarltr.4. 1W/ iijs
Fun' C.uilly Treamixtew'. ('A-, j 'Iva I N
for roiona IF)taoI Ion trei'tioura-r of EJ'esri Nh I it ero
C4)U ity. iu t'jo-'t taif)0adoet'i'iloiiatit thebefUnot Iitv2
detnocrattiv gprlinury election)1. and respe.' -
hilily sollait Ib- suippormt (of Iii.- %iirp of th The finest and most complete line of V_!
ifin fiithdgmlprmorni.4"t' of dor thatun Iu- Carpets, Mattings, Curtains, Window
litivor iidioei.4'ori..qlto fulfill d(i u ng imv pii.L ha e t
it-slurt' of tho uiflele. J. W.. IlA~ait. Sha esEtc
~ i ti'.1311 I he Pe.acep. Al,4
I hereby aynt, naiveiny c flandm1tmida'v Vol. ..- ~t Al n~(n'i1ur~to nU tCi VmnhPthihp
eet'ic-4.'to4t 14tho le aifil.'. Js.a5a ,lw f Is. tho Yo i u arUeJ UUIUlaIJly EIdILtu toV!it arDIUIaJ.Uotl IbhshImeUiitU
faor tIh.-S", I ott ia-Itiet. 'i!1jlot'' the- t it' 4l,
t1 oI 4 of1 1,1 th I- II IIis44t111111 ,1g I j. fI n 4 a Ii- .-I. o, 4J%4

j'4irf.11 4*li Ie?'f it the ~ We are Invincibles in Low Prices
fie~by ttiloin..II%- -..19%v f-ritrl, his makes our Success.A
-if : h..e Pa-c I'itt lila 't o e ImIvd -Ir k.'T. utw-vt tto l4.
tie acl io~l of tilt' tloiim 1.t~iult40' p ilmilol.u.'-*,,i.
.JAII R LA N I I I:4I

0 't tj A% '4 1tI -444 I o i a 4'o11112% .I T r d '.4ll i -,I'l 11c i l

fI i I I d ai I I i '4 f t e a nl a -e I I i 0 .14 ) t a i '
4. 1.Hi:Rs3 COHEN, FRIEDMAN & CO
V"or boupt rI~iniedelfii t ofP&aluiuuIoa-
m4.EItaI'~t'1. 4~y. ~ %~'"4~7 -o y '.:; __ 7,;


I1,1it 44.f p t; Ihit3,1I(- I wstruc(t 14 1n nl 4(34 Wi1 1
plt.f#AIt f i4 4 ~a Tilt'..- pp)4rt 44)f 111v t"4r.'.
11344 vot' r, ge-i.'rn l tit t i l 1I 4it 31 imi (lv di 444.
tI rut ic jiriiiar.;ai-et'tion1. N I t i( 4 )(

CALL AND INSPECT
1'1!#-I:irg- and ('4inpolt-ti
1IEi)srEAI) :it
The Escaffbii3 Furniture Fampp*%

-Elegant lbed room, sets, or
cheap ones, wh ic/ierer yott
u~ant, at AMars/on. 4-Fin~ch's.


An apeia 54'h aIII ne.! t. % Irt %Ia r-a-iI -q." Itan 1
ADoa' KO-16 Aa''t.I L -Id ItiIrk entitva't .I an 4
Aatirli"-* Nor. -,1 .7. Id 4owirp 1ic WIt
He-ngha brns. 4w4i* '.; siL i4bo. al1 In 2.*
Bra neiletto. It. .,I. I.? I rt It ateti,sit Jsn +F0:
Push I ma. Sit aI. -I dHfitlI I Ann
1i limwari '. Ms ct-0. 4 "741HtIM ll.I n VI
]E~tbi ouft-. Fr. A. is4. ld ht14I.ouz'.i .i Sti (let14"fI
Kinar 'u~mlIak-4juvt'1ai. Nor.-%a.4j at Antwe-rp
Ehiezer or. pad fHr*titl Jan (1

ifilinit. Noir :*.i ld FZ41 Iia i-Wtd. Ian -1W
tiler. Nor. %id Pkre-;ioan I iba-tI'I
Jaoban Irg.'ns. Nor. sid t'raitiansrand No" Io TC KT
.gibanni-. Nor. 'al4it'1ontbura lDoc Iv
Louaise. Nor, sId Lomndhon Jan 221
Liia4t Fi -. I t. oi~d Logborn lipc 2'1
Li tin. t.OwtT I-1 US okN ovO5
Loua-. Kus...%7.'.. ski Hasolurig VF-b IC O T NE il
Stizmpoorp. Nor. 'Id t041pw-Totwn .1mi 5~
M. agdo Ilun. %o~r. Ib P4. id L.- it it.1 u: v
Nlare,'Ila.It.-Il ilinlOul g. Nov4 -
Nora. %or. '.Id Ixndaii: Ann 21
4 11gs. Kus..%'d Lma 'alice 4tPwiet
Otnero. It. .avw. sd Hin'no'iqAvra-.8-% Sy),IA
Par)n Otuldra' It. Id.'..'11Alal(%tC41rn Jan If,
-igi c. % or. The, it r-tion. Jan :DT ese 0ods are, all tI~is Sea$op's
I't..IIt- '-1. 1it -6 !. aW La PIM,1. Na4)%' :1
* ne CInl, I I .1. 14' .., Mal .eilies Jan 4 0 3S fnVi


it1; 1. '
I-::y, 'it-r. old Rio.Juavitro Jan it
Pollux. IRuf, f-d cattery LoasdmI)ec'-
NAVAL STIOItK% MARKET.
ItIported Daily ffor The Newe by
Mees~. A. M.Mtvam .&Uo.
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Ph fo~r lt-bts continctel by
.be ciew of glid -vbmeI.


21 l~iz I "fant-* n (I cliltI rn- If
Wo44oul U aldir,.hrt-. rt'~u Iitr4414-'%' I.tiu


reguIitir "'72 giloal,.%.for tibs' -ilt'a
fI' iack ar'd I.'-dun!t7.
hi t f wool i I !#A. r--al r i In *,-c I-;,I


wtll .4h, r.!. 4 r1...4'-.*a r7-l'i 14' :.
.. f ,u' t.pan 411.3' ` f


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-N E!TH ERt'--R c a'tZain. own1-
*-I-- .04icotup4~t-pik(if 14]- N 4.r
t ,.ar deb1ts11.4 nt eract4 pi-Rem em ber the Place,
:he crew of sai~d %.4tis'vl.


W' 8. K.'-. 'A: I


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*-.,:, 105 S. Palafox Street,


- 04 1'. .., -- m m mm .,.--4


SW. B. WRIGHT COMPANY,

\ 4ANI .\ A( II 1, FR- AN' I p I) 1.1. Fl.- IN

LUMBER, LATHS,
SAWED CYPRESS SBINGLE--Kll-Dried Sa s





TY T1 TIE: W' WAIT COLUMN !


AWNER'SK


SALE


UGHOUT THE WEEK!


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Buyirq arid will be Urloaded at a)d


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