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DAILY


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PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, FEBRUARY 28, 1900.


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NO. 22.


PENSACOLA has a Depth of 33 Feet of Water in the Channel at the Entrance of the Harbor.
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a pa rtnm4nt in thp tower. with L er
paizp M.tstvr Heron IYAleinhertt-.
en, 'lilA uholdin- the trains of her rove I
Ta 'e, arid!"proee( ..i#,d -owly half wj%
i tLaround the room, to the fr'.iit 'irt,,,
-~ ~1. ~ r~ k~fl t'i-Oln, followed by bex 'i '
Honor and their PLIteiid~ullt :Sire=,
inthe followit P rer
fill ~MksMry Aiken iiwith Mr. .Janme~
I!~ C. IIwats~i,a I-'% Ed:ta "Avery with
vd1 i 'r. Fran'. II mz-. aud Mi i; N. jje

the -tfisp=.leadiir t o iet.o -,a -
bowed her (qitui, h' &L il tl I
i~ng P'-;-,.3 aand if3 rtDy,3l Reti-,nue Take ,the inre-vdi:.
ly-jewell,-d crowni upou hher heai!
Tlow:. bb7 Storm- :nd lud er with ik i iixiV coal tv-V. too
;A-f .~at bt -;iji e h iiT1 lnam ile, hrld
plauditsi f t hLr loyal subjerct,:.
Almost iwanfediale folllpw in- the
4. crontation, the .rchf-tra ou lI1lC.I

11ac.and teroyal ~d i-~i((
tr nin the th, ove ard Ie-d th in re h
fit.![owed by il;# :r liim-0i~etd alt'tl-n
T 3 Sulencdid "E_..cnt, Was Inaugurated and tt oiiD"Vik ; idtile
suming- tt'.eir place-;, the k iij- gave
Carried Tnto ~fc by the Clerk's Union-, the siivt,.l for the d~anciig to) boriti.

,hey U0 ve Succeeded in. Numbering Pen.- the roYA tnti ts or idIt --et
iminediaitely in front oIf t-I~ throne.
flacola Among the Successful Carnival several -(-t. of maskprs wort) fornied
in tht- reina iniog floor spaee, and thie
Cities. chiefe f e:'joymnet, of the eveniulg be-
(Iw(oi' ,* m *iiiI.~-r- ci Iti- ( G V- l rf"Ilil! entit treet to *iowth bit'au- A t !Ii o'clock silence -va z coin- ,
Vniinha,-e,,o-edO'il'. if Ma nded by Mr. Arthur H-. D'Aletn
!On Govern ebterrh.1rrgu te, representing the Ma.,ter (if
with~i'Y d~l ~iY Iit Chase and Roinaua street, along Ceremonies. and from the st-p4 of
ad]~i at~terjewel to, Pcusaeola's 1whlich tile Pag~. int oved.- the throne, he announced tOut the
er~lwll.Promptly at 8i clock an imimenRe tiug of the Carnival would now re-
11cr. :after Wc.t-rz Florida and lbower pot shot a rainbow of etars velhmef to his suljpcte. Amid
i kvrdtth conroPatx a husn of expectation His Maje-ity
S',u:1.#ru Alaih ~tia. p. jl.- ill C lCome yw'd Gatcuthecone ~~tredf and o slwly removed hismnia.k-, exposing-
too P, -"- owize~ti arigenfr blazed out and tile proces- *the familiar features ofJdeA(.
I r~fe:r ii.~.knowing that tilhey sion imved.- Blount, Jr., and the hall Lfairly ranig
wil ber..~ly.-ztcruind tmid~X Mar-h-il Frank Wi~de ari inni t-With applause.
ed Pohl- went iii advance, followed aiz.wathmr-s*dan
halIf wiltI: t' It wouco(0t tL~eiii to g110 1 W)Ol c .- continued until mudilight, whenthle,
x' o:i *~tr~v.l itwith jflie~l-t i phieu :itivezat of A41 Wedniisday aud the'
ii'l-. Vaa u .r- *m I V lim kin*_ 91eh'_I ,Il-wit! b.-zintin in~z of tilie L.e on tft i s ;v'n
tt-:: : i .tM. r ii rai-ctel.!r i i-t I I'A%,itrtiod to r,, vf-1er-; -) ceast' their
1: .2,Aee rg vA ~* .-~S i 4 : ,.' O~A j-rt-4 tlid hii-tin-ii nto the-ir i'ii
T:. t~. v 1ied il I e.*-Wall, di IV -1: b.." .1 xzo-tj of Ctf. froishineont-; wure s.-rV-.d o11thle

~.iiiIt' :,te i~ivi b-e-I 1ih~ta~~i~~~laded t (H;- ro'itly to tho- flitifot-rtof the
\ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ t l i* t ti ti-Il re iid i fl zd- i i- ci yiw~ :i~idi tito he proce'.1ls of
Iwii flt to tie-n ar- n w 1on '- Wi. 1) -h)r~. the en 1-rla in f-teiii.
V~i(-- fit t illb' giod iI1 (1-*, j A f-I )-r *, fi ):i, -pr -It was te iiatoi-d that to,)lv- t han
tHo' d,; x, tAr I,: L..Ie. l i ~ptt-l at ih t. o al ball.
Awrvi'. 4Ilgl,4q' li'air -21- Ulhn idluu 4ilico~n-1tiupoin the C(erks'' Unioin and it -
P~>.-x :z. t r..t: .*.F:--i~i- ~t.~ii~~ l'.~ i~.; h: t-id. wal- iudiv-it:uail ieiixibuvrs for t I:.- inipir-
*: th-o t o 'L f '- n'a-Itilo. -d, i.the *:'i!,r ilotats- AAi,'1lci LLe--t Of the Htliu or,)
-,i.-~~~ ( h%- ,-l:-. l -~* -zc L~' IeiiA I d inwiet#-d ulitt Uthe-ir PeXCejlt,. j('()--

Tn. (c'ohlin Poiicol-Itz-ivi we-ro' thu


rI\I 1i 4 : ii---~' sf' -:,1oo-iori. O di~te t-IeII tithuough t hey held o qwll
I -* i~.*rl'.*a : ha Hi 4 -I~i 0 : ~ ~ ~ ~ -=le. iowork-, by the :war, i
v K. -;=il'I 11 t~i'i e tr4)i..I;Z1Y t''.tn oiiindetl 11Vall.
a 4 rvi Ho- I iit;- .~~. ~ ~ )Ihriw'.. h# fe.o'tivitie'.the oflicen-r
rr.. III It.froni tli.- M aichias tidv'&it-#-d to the,
Q' Throne :1121 (id hiomige to)O te dit g
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.2 it .l.;r~V. I lrr-it- -'it to) 1 irllicijatte in thr- fe-ixvities.
for. ve:y tHli1,4~- F'uiiM-';Ire'!1ry, C~. C (~idt he YI:xo !i:1.i Ws ~aat San .J :"Iii.Pot to
fi! (I f:,-in -Il Maniz:.et'qre(\,[;c il0. Mi ll P -o. :'hlad to travel I iwt' !iiileP;
~~~~~~~~~~t it o l i' t.. o2.i I...lat- hrolu -;f-vert' -torm to e at le i oht, ro4.
.1 ato. 7 .1 1,,- 1,,- xW:&_ I l!2 A-. I, -tuil1.. C.. lv. 'l; A .itiesTl- n ~ili- i.i
(9. Sakliul; A.1reI1I-tnitu-riIyil inmaking thle.day the-
a~r..r .1in h.- -Liu (I l-: 4-rY .utro-, 1. I 'e ; a hii .1.~i~im
IIIm tihe hay turtied l 1-0.1% Iil l 'z1,-n i-hnn; rac. l hat it was.
-if~tt -r--uz.. iiri -utl.li 'i t Il 'oit El'. Li-nxlei' Ru4sid, W Tp he day was perfect andti lotigli
1 .#-stO irn .I gzai ere rai-iwl ves-ter-
liaultl- 41',ualded wit IiLeitli-WiLtimn;ti- 'rkf-y.NI. P. Poui1ifay. ~itrIi',th or Knwa
~I -Il...1o u. tIIarI, nxehfJr: : i t tahtiLto Q. H ieal. l4d-.ki.]adidii not tako command of
hlt alt IuP a:l'..---.P.i i. 1hcblve dthotto ity unlt.1after the ball was lover,
C. t h o-. e aiazed a blui-ter to let folkq;
lIL !..ifa ri 1at) aiitlit IIIiC I' 1 O..jit'-&I tit* I1: N S.\(-ii,( .to( II- tEN ox4) il*'rI-I: GI(.i- n ic s wa ot t~
t'.., r'y.#l r :h'.dw hl.-i' Nii'hi-- Atar'-lip _",.Ileari :- '" ta t'icsWs o h
'Att-at-ly- cart i P-.Iriso-uz, Miiz .Iti.'~s IRilb%, il-o.n:lnt tILt' i.
i'~.-Dr.*.B-ll 'at Cough.Syrup is still in the
1. tih uil -Mit llnd ug- I i 'urchti d. li.Mi-s P.11:01"-a 8-injam11;u ,NWt- Tit. pe(l)oe Net-ta to Ilik.-thee nult re--
Afe :orthe kizi -t a 'Intt-rv-d li- tca r- ~ 'ga.NIi!-s (iraq- CaIlm, ; 4ti h. Iot) v., i meglifcililO. andi ,we don't t b lame
r g- Mavtir J. MI. I! ile rI v i -N.u~- ire:. ia; Pr\11.. I- iwi-.1-4a:zze te biwt ri-tredv for a dtiep-
am-Iin o-h c--s-u lo~d pi'h'iiit~d ~ela l~uri- Meico 1)lloii oua tt ; orcow, id. l1will oetTec a cure


I .2, 1 [i-u i it hiG ..- kv- t'o) thI et v. Iniceiomn :i td Jai-;. Nix.
i hrizn res.p~inio~d iP, Li-; II t tnim-l BuIt,)w Ni Y-;- Kt Fore 1,..i ino-r, J .
'0 -ii~ t IIw'aC(C g:i z(-thby ui~tt iv I1ai,'.Ehen (eltmior I
%N !i -i -toiod toj laI -i-aIt- .P. lelstnpv. .1. AVri .
Thoo- pmn tde -wu~ Pcifoam --iI with i.11. ii~,II-W haite, Jo-c eJacobN'
t-liogansil Ilit-p ~-till t~l'i-,ar- U.eNil
nuao-M l-umIhhi:ttitiand NI major (*adef W hijle the fl-ioat.; were f.-w in nium-
III an111 i it-rAIA ltIC~ap3tai.; tL 510 olad I r a- coin; pur-"' wi Lth New t-lea n-.
I l~oi io aeo ha-aitheeodlii tih tm-v wtoulA have doone credit too that
military' tinder C4o1iitifl'ieIof MAf~j- F ,nciC0t tcariaFl cityc, and tre.ev itn
I:. IM. Cary of tne.- 1i~lidzidsa t(itC oontrate tttit wai tI rzu-r nieatlis
tr.0~ ~ no xt '0'e.ir Pl'ena o.o.LIa lIii ake a (lis-
dispi Vl Qtlt, :avi;that t-nouthldindumce ial her e-
ZrdI~s =tever V111 -dS.t!;,--r.- I,, 'ort main at hmon,- to) eei:, III:I hi 1,g,
,latirtiII'-r~'int.-un :id II"'ti "#'S- illthOWu-frk mintone i'ito~r,-thAn this
.,,I o r Il it; b I-v l i ',I !iEIa at N'-. -- o .
12 ti'll2 il ~r~tl4.AK'f"Int arili-!ila Tioe-di ll 4of Ct-e f~irtv d]'''I'-v wri-
1 11"n'oii lit. 11 ,av I-taa- n~r ti-' a ivd WI~n- tiSot iho,-' irr r
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1~~~~ vLe i 0'2W- l 'ma~~ ~- 1l- r SI I vriS 'I Ii thI, r I iasI'ta ii
u fot I -~- -nu i. I 1- t 0' I-a.- htothin i hl j.ira.U-' Aid fuin-

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A Severe Snow torn.
C IH'< %.<, Fe.b. 2,.-The wor-st
-noiw torixin or the soauon is till rag-
i1g h.-r,. street railroad., are block-
;ad,-d aun triinsm from other towns
:ire hours be-hind.
T-ied to Kill Castro.
('CARA4 s, Venezuela, Feb. 2S.-
During the carnival yesterday a
V.Unezutil:ii fired two shots without
effect at Pre-ident Caatro.

W althly Merchant Doad.
FAAv.NAtn. Feb. 27 -Simon Cucken-
b.iiuer of iha wholesale grocery firm of
S uGckenheimer &S Sons, died today.
Ha c.nae to this country many years
ng ) nd for some years was a pick ped-
d.er. liHe leav9is a fortune of several
huaJred thousand dollars.
Or.lr 'Frosls F'roseii Itallway.
V'iiiL.DFPil.TA, Feb. 27.-The Bald-
win L)como,;ve works of this city hai
rpi.v.d an < order from the Parisand Or-
.ear.- railway of France for FO 10wheel
r ,:t--~iir lcon- motives. This is the first
.- e :;ve rntract ever placed by this
S-,t in Amnerica.


A Healthy Stomach

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ilitter -treo eiill W ik StOll) .!.-.
."!i I'w,':; ii-iil d ,' w ill k-ep t;!(
i 'w 1- :tetive. 'T'ik,:i rezui rl-. it
'., i 1 ern:t initi( i I" i .'i. .ly-p,.-;,i i. bili,,ui!'n--~. in:iw':i;v,. Ilv.- ,.
**r kidi.-yv ili:lari li-vtr ;.in.t ***:.tI'.
I w:11l rure y. i. S -- tn tl a Pri'hate
.elenne Stampn cov.r- tl: n-ick ,*t .
)bottle.

It 17as go H ostetter's
Stomach
Superior Bitters


POLiUTIiN rWOF IATEIl.


Congressto Investigate This Im-
portant Matter.


31EASI KF: T I:u.NI.Y PPORTED.

G(lood 'r- !d:l:;' O)!! er' mn I:i h I linue.
lient.er'r o1 s ii t 1- .. *. Mr.
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tii e, "\ l.o .:*'r- 1 itt>.
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tlit I i,,::,,!l n I \\ ;:. "r SIll;:plir"
thlir,,-:'.,u1i !he I Iitt, l Siales failed in
the li oni-. the frii its of iuchli a: in-
v'eS :t i .i:t i-a will inot allow thle nI:lttir
to ir''. lut intelnil to, push it
:1in 10i4' othIr waiy. Alrendy a bill has
eteni reoptrtd in the' s':late. which wias
iitrotI.l -'il -oile tilne ago bl y Senator
C'ockri-ll, \hiii h directs that an inves-
tigationli I,- iadeil lby the marine' hos-
nitail s!'n ice'. This lluve is ilaulie'l


('l:int rt l -'tftii.:iid t'.--sjiiu~tly tlie5.
tIN rrI" I -*l att;I N.- I; .:l% 14- foiiundto-


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woo-'imi'. lowt ito-r- tii-qo-inl.-%t. rt4olr-4
to) ,-:iort %!$.IIt-..% or q.1ant .111.1 'Ipewuliar
t-ph rains. It in aftO.4 Such o i lii'ias t'uIC1-
man anxd 4 lar'. too k(eep he'ie hotja'Ini %
good iumior andl at tV'4- te:uw- tinn- ive
it a stirrIng til. Ar~rni- W'. Di)UN.


WorLing Nig-ht at d I)ay


With 1oo401... Nl tlw(no's tillam the out The busiest and might iest little
WIi'il.-bi Ii: I!4inl t110hIOUSP.heiuo It thing that ever was mado ig Dr.
2111-- n i --tia aiirotiltVt o e.0- Ki ng's New Life Vilk. Every pill ile
In., ivv 1.1. )IIV ll il 1! -polia & suwar-coated globuile- ..f hellf th, thas
~ n-n a. or foriy f ~ t T !. uot. l) it c xa i,-e s w e uk i u -s. in to -t r e-n g '. h 1 2-
.f t'v-:.,'~nnlrhyfor ii josiil'.hiitl&s-l.--". into eno-rzy, .brain-faig into
!t: t'n '-11 tl!-. 1oo11,011 l ot' till' 1men1tal power. 'I'ii'''r w, -nd erfti I
4 :I :--- -T 11i1P25li.-hIt.I rin building Up the health. Only 2Za
it 1_.L 1, 1.%,-.i.% 104~,4 lliWi-.1: '!-Ii. ~il- p. box. Sold by W. A. I)'Alem

e ~ l o'l---."1:11.- 0111-too liL-c1 il- -Fl*--5 C, .-0 j Co3 C H -% 1G E7 I
PA'-o I:H r:H111 1 'lilit d o h.ijil L (ia -
inig i i~' t ootsi:o i1. vt:-o WAi-'- kpoii le bllp'001 % Y.ill- fieii. t~ilWAS In
I. l-'I. It 1t-~s u~t~ Ii. ,. .11o.% iNIP 0h.!-i'r of lihe''u, (ait-life, a.


I,:;! 'i-I,,I Ii2i f I!Itfn1 4o10r11,t1-11 H1 hP ti 'in l Cjnzr'a-4 t-ta'ot.u u-,: tha e looto
I'l Iiin : hI; o r lil'.>1 -i -. >"i th.- it'or r ini d 1(18 oIIedl her
1:0 ',:lefr -a i it 11,- h.i. rel'r -l 1 ci C1 I .: I,.i bYI. :i-i 24 ur.a iT.3

1!.I~ hrIa~ t 1: 't l!"o.o,00' ii ih' 11; 'ali 9 sitA '. i'.1t it I-ar.- rr~ Thie
lp ;:!.II thi-.if 1'. -ro -;:- it. I,i qoo 'r t T'--rf-A It w I-i *.,I ;un &Ii ',Iof yards
to- it 11 ~e1:-tl-.. jh-nta!tmi~o ? k) -o r away tha:.


tim i t-i- t' owe i rl.~ :,i,o a. pi~ t I-j- i ,(oM,:-.-)Y v:a bmu it a i I-woak-

-!w i-i:h~ han1;,Sa~ciu I'l !,:I., 2n2-- o\ f ', -,a 1%,I.' of3 to say it.n ithe
t 9-- a' ri-oV.r!a ti : Ir o lt :!v-i fur To : l u(0 Nvith 1-; Brook
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4 i A-ueIh iii-. Ioro1- r vi' II -tn-I rfolk- Laxative' IBroomi) (nam ain.,'rabuotio. A3R
-so -t n:~ ~ ~ (ri1.zt4trt-.t re-und thee naowsy it it fali toZ
5511 1. -- -~ eurs'. K. W. Gruli-o,*-i,,nut~ueit t1-4 *W~!
i~ iii-ttto- I!-r 10.'-t00-: -I') to) id'll bo ,;
o~r toi t in f -i I*. P I -r'ti ,slit.-o f ho t o %-0ili _
tiri~'O I~2 12 r~t~- itnpe :o-five Thousand Bolls
ito .11-- a-Ii- of-u u'.-' Mr-. I (of 1Wall Papser itt *?swk. :ail or the IA-
Z--l 4 l-it-1I ipn 101. lot :i nI 0 tos,-- t pattern,.at' tid iiorts -cionjin r.
'I% :it# ,0o f Now 1: 1) Vt-o ''i '' li (e t I ~2li$1.- lC iil E
qn--ilvii 1:' -o~i'wo-It.-olWd Ii' &Co., No. I I N. Poa Won,

tow rio-- ro- --rx:'1~-.hI II-or w Iii-f4,rtill-
ili;.eliA- lt r1io i'lar- ~rDon't buy, a nithtin 6 bi
tr-osihn-2 tt--- n:--h~loL'licl .0furniture or house,- furnish-
Coaeslit-ite) lIf:%Job. ifl4's untl y fou havfie seen,
TheeI.;tl0 :n I"- o o!toI r ey-1fal's'ti.n 4-Fincht's stocks.
llos~~ otlilw h tToni-I f'~trrnThteire ricecs are low' their

'otof l.ft:it1rp1,04, sit'ock- is com~plete,1and they
to A. a I; -14itsiri -iL' Will sell You what you want

in A t .tol :o 1 it. it ,: : :0 a 4, 0 A.---%
'0.1 ii: rq t Itho pinii to -nh e ilj 1;0,I li
l'o1 f;!,t rtill- i eot ;1#.4s o rlt41h f It- i:Ik10 Wto is RaderP

huetilii' 110-1 %V1, 4V'0i I It iltitt)jt. l4 e's te Man that sells
iol-ito e:-iiiiiI. 8 o-A e-Furniture so C epfr
:--- tolo- i~d~ I ~ ICash.C ea

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2 THE DAILY NEWS: PKNSACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1900.


EMPLOYMENT OPFICK.
Uing up 382 or call at the office.
11 North Palafox street, when in
ieed of a carpenter. I. D. Hoffman,
Business Agent of the Carpenter's
sodJnoiters' Unin. will furnish yvu
with the desired help on shortt to-
tice. 125"'f


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All Connected
Ready for Use
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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.


hsigi Set U| ca Til.


PENSACOLA Gs CO


No. 3 8. Palafox Street.


James Hughes'


Boiler Uforks


Steamboat and Sawmill


Work a Specialty.


t-texmtf lflI4.i1 r.Tank- a '.d Shuv~dTrl li
Wilrk %M:1imnf:.cTurfd atiwl R,-
All KNit~d-.
809 to 81It3 Scrli Palafrul 11'trcct.



THE HEINE ACAMEMY (rF NNSI "j
N ti. -'N I -, ,Prf!.i! -k S'-. -
MISS EVELENE M. HEINE. Prircipi1.
MISS IDA PIACCIO.A-:.'.


Best- ?atent Flo!'ir.
Ouir L'''fth i J I Rlty!
P'af cuti's th 'c If," .r
canflbe pe fiv-~ c(1u b)l ,/:'
,,till.
For.~cf. l- It, .V.;.v r,;. (1
the he4 I ire'i /ja t Forrotl: i
th~e nin rkc/.
.411 i;adeir 1)' v Tim 0. E.
Stanard .1111? Co. (and(fin-
gale lby,'YoewOrleans (;'ro-
(ceryCo.

Phone 10-5. Proprietor.



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THE DRESSY WOMAN.


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RECENT INVENTIONS.


A it 'tttnnniuT'.ntor (CBof -.flt
I-'t'l. imi.'dc~'...trvd tin npliatral t- to rv--
ia. ivi'it fi1:1skins, 4umphy~itng ani
U41,' t1 ii Hashin~g lknift., which iinjuslcit lli-
thcr ttle it oi 1.1 no' the 114.1t.
Typ ie faces f a Inew typewriter are ir--
ra:iiivtd on inoi .type b1 a rs iin rt.w! of t hroet
'it i.lNvth siftn: 1:4 -3.is for aju-tim*. '.1.
bars to stibr.'the 'lutturs 41&'sil.rim, -:
two shift k-43-s t-) ri;ttit(] 14i l.%%r lt'e
type bars,.
ti-al port;.ij.,f tile c .t. tort..',*ti and

an 1Coe tvtr %li, h ii*'io ,litth ltei all
Kos4W -an'I c qtha d O-at'th.4.
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''Aft*-r (141'.ir- ftaile'd to) cir'e tI

titi earth O4r iiv.4.l'inlZ citii:1'. It
cur. d my v rrtuitlulildren tif th'-
w.-,r-t CI..wr its.- Jnoi4. It-rry. L'-

'.illr. Ctires coug!-. u.Icdd. (Fi~llipf
31!(1 thr..ttt and lintr~tthlrs. It
waysv likp it. Mother, i ii'I..-P it.
Hat.rgis< Pha rmacy. .14)1111 : i epl'a rd
tild i6t. Kahn.


BRITON AND BOER.


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CASTOR IA
F-)r Infants a~nd Children.
The Kind You Have Alwajs Bought
Bears tne

11)'- uz! T o Y V .S l.a."

..i'u\*t.I~'ll' rint t U. W1i-n ia

btevtro.- "ftr NYour Cii. ..l 1lf-r
Vt'T1 14S 1 13110S


F1-IA'il11) ANA) GUU-' LAND CO.
'2 ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ,h 14 Pi-, 2 s l' .:A 'Z2". I


Scrofula to


Consumption.
Any one predisposed to Scrofula can
never be healthy and vigrous. This
taint in the blood naturally drifts into
Consumption. Be:ng such a deep-seated
blood disease, Swift's Specific is the
only known cure for Scrofula. because
it is the only remedy which can reach
the disease.
S-erifula apneare'l on t'-.e h"ad of my little
grandchild when only 19 i; ,n t'is o!1. shortly
alter t raking out it pyea rapidly ai' over
her body. 'I e n."abs (': the sores would peel
Aff on tihe slightest toiuh, and the odor that
tould arise made the at-
r,..sphere (of the room
sick lining and unbearat le.
'hie disease next attacked
the eyes. and we feared ile
would lo).;e her sight. Em-
inent physicianA from the
surrounding country were
consulted, but could do
nothing to relieve the lit-
tle innocent, and ave it
as their opinion that the
ease was hopeless and im- d,-
possible to save the child's eyesight. It wal
then that we decided to try Swift's Specific.
That medicine at once made a speedy an4 com-
plete cure. bhe Is now a young lady. affd hUai
never had a Sign of the disease to return.
Mas. i'Tt BERr.KEI.gY,
Salina. Kan.
Scrofula is an obstinate blood disease,
and is beyond the reach of the average
blood medicine. Swift's Specific


SS.S! 0Bllood
is the only remedy equal to such deep-
seated diseases; it goes down to the
very foundation and forces out every
taint. It is purely vegetable. and is
the only bioo remedy guaranteed to
contain no mercury. Ix, potash or other
mineral substance what-ever.
Book mailed free by Swift Specific
CompaN Atlanta, Georgia.

DAINTY CONCEITS.
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',A n-'vor 'u.Aed anvtIihing,:15iz-; 'ia
011io \iritire ('ou-.1 C(ur".'. N :r.
nivvor without it. 'broolvhi~k,
lip c4)ug.h%and cold(1-.(jamF* sall
thmroat anld lung troubtib 4. 1I 4i- e
will IlFOvOint, cofluiq4tilln. II1
ant to take. II iir-i< l''t;11*rit: Cy
Jo)hn Sheppard anid S. K ilit.


Acme Beer.


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PENSAC'..






The Jug Trade
Is Our Specialty. :-+
lProm2npt T)#-',iverv tI S i f,,: i.
( uarante'-d.

Dannheiss~prriY)


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Bittenburg and PoiP~t lice P~ttl-r,-



LMris. H. V. RENDAtLL


0-zGOLAY--0
Grist and Corn tleal Mills,
M. F. GONMA~EZ & CO., Prop S,
Na an utact urc r
CHOICE ME-AL AN D rU1:l;GIROUNr
STOCK FI.E'I)
paVroni!- Homa ln(tuctr1'. fo)r t'ipre
e-.rv resmton you -!ilpu:.l hi:y \.'Ijr M.-141 aria
a4,1Kv,,tjri-*-.- rim I i,. fHomi.* Mn*ufa,.ur-r.
Wii .,u in return are .nd:'-.c: '.
f.,-P-?rinc tthi- kLon),- man itfmclu ter voa


, TO RESCUE SPANISH SHIP.


Revenues Cutter .ails tto ielie'f of th-
Wrekdcl 3 on-rvis.
PHILADEIPHIA, Feb. T-0-Under in.
Struct.ious from the L'uied Statt s rea.
ury department the revenue cu:rttr
Oaonodanga, Capra:au Hamler, r.ai.e,
frorn this port today to the rescue of -41
men comprising the crew of th- -;pau-
isn steamuenip Minerva, now dri:tiu.
about at sea :n a he:piet-s conditio;i.
The M:nerva i. isacen w.t 3.o.'0 tonss
of iron ore. She sali.ed trom i',rrnan.
Spainm, Jan. 27 for Lalimore. andi wen
her car;:,g was dii-chiarge she wa. to
have ltnecid e-ouerai iereutindii'd at
either that pr: r Paiiladeiphta lor S:.
Mazartne, Iran'e.
1he Minerva wa. sighted Feb. .'1 in
latitude ;;:. 0, h:lnitutio 6i6.0J and she
WaS thezi in low by the P.Arana. After
towing her fur al>.ut two hours the
hawser parted and the vessel became
separated.
The Minerva is 2,315 tons net regis-
ter and is a steel craft with triple ex-
pansion engines. She is of modern con-
struction and design. She is valued,
with her cargo, at more than $300,000.
ilrmingha'n Furnaces.
BIRMINGHAM, Ala., Feb. 27. The
Williamson furnace, which has been
idle for a number of years, is ready to
go into blast. It has been repaired and
as soon as a supply of raw material has
been obtained it will begin making iron.
Material is being placed on the ground
for the commencement of repair work
on the Mary Platt furnace in the east.
ern outskirts of B:rmingham. Thit
plant was recently bought by the Ala-
bama Consolidated Coal and Iron com-
pany and it has a capacity of 125 toni
of iron per day. It has bWen idi for
nearly ten years because of litlaition.


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ma1c3'. J4'im Si "',,IardInd S. Kahn.






Do You Want


for Infents and Children.
The Kind1 You :av'e A1lvwys IBought has l rmCe the sa!n-
turc of Chas. II. I'leclur, anid has been made under hisu
personal superY;sion For over :;0 years. Allow n1o onii
to deceivo you in this. Counterfeits Inditations a nd
"JUtst-a.-g--4MI" are b!ut EIxperiments, and endanger the '
health of Chihlre:-I-xperie-nce against r-xperimenut.

The Kind You Have Always Bought
SBears the Signature of


in Use For Over 30 Years.
TC cau CoPpaN., TV .U*Awi?. new T ownurir1



Ohas. H-. Tutrn er,


*.ARCHITECT-*


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General Contractor

1 ii;; l:.,. 1 '-,tri:i M a1 it1 land (; ,it .:t S et 'i t' II'l ii 1 .\\

A Complete Plumbing Department under tlh
Management cf E. B. Morey.
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iwll i Al! iK;i:'i-, 4'1'tir pa l an St!..,rt N,,:ic..
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T ilin -f A il K itut-. l1 itlh T ub-, ('l.-.. .:.,l .iu-,.:,.M A. \ ,ili.: .-. : -:.
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To Be Pr ? No. 19 S. Palafox St.
To Be Pretty?


STelephone No. 345.


ATTENTION, LhADIESI i N National Ba '
Are you sunburned, .,PNai MS!
reddened by heat. florid .
-is your complexion 11: ''ACOLA. 1


bad?
We've got the right
thing for you:

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

q4Pqis pfq4p4cy,
21,- S'outh Palafox St.


Indigestion!


F~e c (i llcn (-c


the world


to produce a remnedy1 equal
lo tile .1fatchlelss .Juincral
!1* dter for the cureC of In-
lI!2cstion, IDy~spepsia and~


rl Troubles anld Skill Dih-
C(tsCS,. Gua,'4'ntreed to ciuer
m(n,1 if~ rei'ml(Cie. C(."!

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fo.r te'.... tri(I'. ,I i no't If~.- 's
fo~ ls (Zar is nz C.*j.'r f' 'l".
.1 1diz of Probrtte C'ourt, B~utler Cojunty.

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Ship Ghandlery and General Hardiar, .
W0S AND 60.5 S. PAhIAi'OX 8TRiEET.
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REVERE COPPER COMPANY. JOHN A. ROEBLINO'S ON -
GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RUS8EL & HON'S PUMj -
Sans, 83rtl1, Paletts, ils, huticil litraiuets, hlrts, Aubern, C: -i
OOlMPAISEq. LOG8. 1oTC.
C.M eKenzie Oertin ( C.,,ll.ctin: A- nt f,.r l;,r PB lots'Bren ,.:

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THE DAILY NEWS: PENBACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 28; 1900.


THE PLACU_: IN HONOLULU.
Iuron 1- .~A it I I'vt Srum



-e-v. v r-(ru Scr.;eja Car-
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'lat 1.. :1 i 'r nra i.ait el szr
714 rt :17.t -.ai-4'a oat-.


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'7 1- i,71 : rcj, lmig ra 1,id~y
.Ulik n fir re-'' .erv.
I- j 7. Iaei c1.11f. U~ atzen t I: '0)t
'. :.!:.lU~ii ,oZJU4 au 3I 1 art.cu-
~ re-r- !- (p: elp"IrunE,9Iitin
-A' h i. !Uch larger tiioi.C of
i .-rneu-i thuanr~ere-ufere
; tr1il g 47-%qar' r.
4 .'ilixlt": '.avlq n!t t&rcebhis

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mas watite-i t.4r IiiT.r
..~4-44'111kkV tenli-red the u!.e
V. 7 t L. Ile i.ICa iiounW a,4
.7a cr ,i--lg japt ("P 7ut ott4)L.
14111 Itu o lst.Itrge.
i- mv:'x. Ma Fei,27 'The
T- s' 44ri(4Dfactory, winci hwas or.
1a Ii am( n-, tile bUsIflei Dien of
N1 iT:bzomery at,,4ur threoii %earssago.
Wul' al italof *IUJ'jUO0. has proved
040cti a -U 'c"810 thlat at Will be doubtled in
capacutw'. It hamt added materials to
The city's prosperity and population and
IISim been a most profitable invesrqmen.z
,or th u -e wioo put t:iwr money iInto It.
a. wa- uilt (in the co-operative plan.
THE CENSOR.


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longin tis conpa.r:oshatveMae their-
'ugit meica nized. ie as.he3argi
nal~es dicoeer f7goldfupons then.ane
1-1e lak, 1111110 the dniacov-.ery alst
he r WI n !rom omtnito aiongdity.
This tscovry hisimnade C~tountd

Court a vebriel weasthy are. worg
tor L4')A i Parts, thoj~.'1' ugh he hralived so
long In 'ait .tnn IMery tat e sthr


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Ih.W itt.*- %Vitch H84el SAlVe i~-
4k iiiki is -~ I t i s Ithe orig 1117,1
*''ui ut--rfpvts. Ha r- i .' Plli~rmiacy,
John Sl:-pard S. K3h i.
Furniture on Credit
lo~t-t b:i u! if u IlI i veof s-i-feh4) 4r1-
-v. r showni in the (city. W4i d. 4b4-s.-;
wiAth --1:i-s (1,.4 r-.; of e-#-v 44 -1I v
t 14111 ft f t in t I# ,' 4.774 .it l--tto) tto v I jn -t.
11-1ll-top s4'cre-t~u r~v eae-vk.; viez.m.ilyI
ttni-h,'d. a tinle uh'me f Chli~ikiCbloset-,
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TIh.-'v are fresh and fine jiv-t for-inII


V', i' 7L:: I14.r" try I lau I) a .
NI.', Y',:7K, Feb. 26 -Richard Hovey,
the poet. professor of English literature
in Barnard c('ll gti. is dead in this city
ot apup.exy, aged 35 yours.
A'ldr.-s.%t ,I h ri|i.|tls E,'udenVorers.
SANANATI, Feb. 26.- Rev. Arthur T.
Smith. pastor of the First Fresbyterian
church of this city. preached Sunday
morning and evening in the First Pres.
byterian church of Augusta. Mr. Smith
is also president of the State Union of
Young People's Societies of Christian
Endeavor in Georgia. and addressed all
the young people's societies of AuRusta
in a union meeting at the Telfair build.
ing. __
Ch'ean o Dienocrats t iMardi Gra..
New ORI.YA.s., Feb. 26 -The Cook
County Marching club. with their band.
1l'5 in all,. arrived last night under the
Presidency of John Fowler, and James
H Farreil, grand niarshal. The train
did not come until midnight and the
Choclaw c.ub had postponed the recep.
tion until nmoruinc. but the Chicago
Domoocrats paraded, the ceremonies
were rein-tated and the reception lasted
until morning.


"I ii':Id lirinciiiti- e-very writer for
yfpr:t ;riid no iiep'di'-lietn gave 1i pl r-
mianTlilint I elif till I bgatl to take
O(ni Miniut'e ('tol- ('iur. I know it
is the to--t coutlwl iinedicetii-e made."
*- j .J KIoontz,(',,rry. PIa. It quickly
c(ire. coi-t. h-l l, (,Ids *,cr(up, a.stlhma,
vrippo and throat ind lintr troubl,-.
It i- the children'- favorite reinu dv.
'urf, iquiekly I Hiargiis' Pari ncvy.
.Ihta nh lp rd and S. K:1lhn.
'We wi;I lauind-r your s'prpadds for
1.5 # i;!t- ':tach and iakt, thlicn look
like i:,v. Star Laundry.
'E1111 OYt4TH.I. SEASON.
I h.- <,.V-. -r in li. h' no od t O,.-.
Satkil u itl start from ti i. *.it nli)t'r
1 114,q) 41 11 -h' ll. an l .r;d. % ith aY wn :
SI f';r tht t F or myv pl. a-uinlt tireams er rt! n t' lurb ldby
tho- jar
Tih t ,I I I|iSt 'I Citii'l byh the l.-tt.r"- It.
Andl hI lnow by the keel of that hdeous
That 4miw oif u htiortly will h b in t h.- ..- up:"
And so they will fior the -lol,, was
fill ed with tI' fi nest and fattoet.
Tilis -i.loqip wa< gent out by Nick
Apostle and tholie choice oyvteirs arc,
now ft r sale. done or raw, re:aly to
chaw, at his restaurant. You canr
v'et them by the plate, dozen, hun-
dred, barrel. dray load, wagon load
or car load. Owiing to the rush of
buiinesQ the servingof regular meals
will be discontinued after thi- week.
but special orders will be served at
any hour of the day or night.


LODGE DIRECTORY

KNIGHTS OF 'YTH1AAS.
Pensacola Iodge. No. 3. K of P.
mrets every Monday evon-
ing at 7:.19). at Ca-tlf Fill.
In llutchingon hall. West
Intende.ncla str.t-t.
%'Hiting brethren cordially
welcomed.
1. IIORLCt.R. C(. C.
K. R. & 9.


W. 0. W.
Live Oak Camp N) I Wood tlnan oftibe
Wiorll.
M.'.rt first and third Frilay night in
each rontth. Visiting 4ovfero- en' >'ordi-
4liv itivited. W. 11 WAr-() .
S. KI. Ti AM F t Clerk. C.C.
MERC'ANTILE PROTECT' E AS.O-
CIATION.
()Tlice ofl' 1 t S-r'tary a;t ('Cl.ter's
MuNic Hl4us-e.
11 '.!- mIe ,' i ie Oil rall o"f the' 'Pr -'.'. "'.
]he .>.T'r ;Bta Vry W I'I (w\lld .t h .ilil* *II- tO
the' ,;.!Ter"t- (of the At '!.r titntin
.,\ 1 "L.a .1 < H tl '1, .
A. iA N. I 1 A. i 'r' ;-- ,l.1 .





Kodol

Dyspepsia Cure.

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


PRODUCED NO EXCITEMENT.,
Cronj ,'d Surrender Accepted as a 31at
ter if Couro* In Ijondos.
LoNDo,-. Feb. 27 -No one who did
not know of General Cronj,'s surrea-
der would suspect from tte uarearance
of tue towu that London was todiar cel-
ebrating the chieff victory of the war.
Not a fia;. i flvirin ani : iront of the
place- wN:ere i u,1it-ut< are di-liayed ic
the I u;,.i: -- sa:c.y iLor taBtei a (oz-n
p')opt ,top) at a lime to rea.i the t.ew,
Untaid- oi the war o:rice there ii tihe
-amtLO ..bevtco of e:ithustasm., vwhicau l
due it.UDtlhss to tee drzz.imn rain.
I:i te war ( flice icobies wuen a clerk
potud too news of the surrenwier quite
a crowd wais awainilig and the bulhtinit
were L ai.ed with considerable euthust-
a-:n andiin an incredibly short spce of
tim -t:te ews had spread to all parts
or L,':!,ion. At the Mansion House,
wUe:; te" news waa posted, it was re-
c4-ivel %.tn great excitement by the
crowd o(f u-i::7ss men hurryin to1r
tair (,.:i ts ant i cr4 ( oit "Eravo Rob-
erts" ani "tMauwb.'" were he.ird.
lio 1e uri inav',r )of Lounion said to the
corre-p n ieut of the A-sociatei Press
tnai wi.'.e ltie st:rrender or (enerai
Cronj,. -was a flo'egne coIc.u<-l,)U, the
UI-v'... w.-, rtechiv' vwtth a L:great souse of
relief tan ld te g -iieral resan, of tie ca
pitu.:ttlt. the itloug;.t. wCud bo teno
rapidd cj I'r't-smiiss Arlhidenutally Killed.
RAInLKI;H, Feb 2,1 -Pressman Joseph
lodi-ges of tie Wilmington Evening
1):si.atch was killed while under a
prilntiii I re.s. In some way the ma-
chiner y started and his head was caught
aiid crru-tlePl


THE ORIGIN L -


p


Ik


I. GUGNHEIM'S


Great


Woman Knows Woman.

Zcaica, KAN .. Jan 31
I used Wine of CarlIul for r- 0J
,ou.sness and weaLness in thb -
womab After taking one bottle I
was well again. I am a ri.dwifo
&iand always reconian. l Wine -f
Lardui to my lady fri-n ds during
iregnancvand after irh as atu in
Fvery lady who take. it finds that
it does even more than ii claimed //
for it
MRS V. 31. BOISVERT.



iIe4.card0'


Nobody knows woman like worn.. MVen g o t-., medical colleges,
study h%),ks and listen to lectures. They leirn i,,.inctiv ,4t the di e.ses
(of w' men, but they are men and cmn .\ erull'ner l er-:1 inJ. tie alinents,
the sufferings, the at:,nies ,,f iii-.tihrs. 'i\t.' .71n. !l t.r. A \,\n..i 7
know.,. Mrs. b isvert know%. She hi -'..sLIed thI:. -,Ih the tr:.i.s
S and trilhulati,,ns q)t her sex. She hi I'1.' "-,r h\ '' ::, er si:>'e-s su-t-
fered. .he hI.is seen them refit\%ed and cir 7.l \%i'.,i \\ ::'1 : ': '(.It Is
it any onder she r ,c nihnon s i s i Is It .:'.v 7. ,!.:.r tl'>t th ,'...rds
f -ie '.v :nei i:i'e.,d it.
L ACIES' AIVISORT I PAtTM ueIT. rTht know.I !.,v lhae d a:-
7f 4,n. i ut tVn aA re.:I 7n, i ..t.-. ,i t u':ii e.'. ence t rr .:7t them t
h l.r.'.-t- i i :tl.hi.i t .v.n.: ,fi t "lIe v 'il 'rScad the t,!1! S tn- Irin
1 4 -.. .' d .r > l p'r s l T h r H t t k n oA, . . t1e . h
IL Mr iutio., ch ,att *,r.!n. 1, *i;th : t' *r ..:'., tn i v W ine
...-.i !;,' \,ur girls, helps s
Sthe weak of all ages, hemelps i and c-.;r al. ".,, 1.1:, i :z. .
S Druggists Sell Large Bottle s for $1.00.

Nof I ; M ,4s laung gi !]I MsI
th wak of1llage, hPs nc:a.l \nn/1


Shoe


Sale !--


Children's Department.
Hanid-tsewed French Kid Infanta
Iuttone 2 b.
worth 75c,. now 50c.
lh td.tl-(-w d Frenceh Kid Infants'
Ibittoln.
worth $1.00, now 75c.
liatnd-ewcd Kid S';ringL Heel Button
worth 75e,. now 50c.
lI:asld- \ewed Kid Slprini Heel But-
t mn. '-ll.
worth $1.50, now $1.00.
Iland-sewed Iid Sprin. lI-el Lace,
worth $1.50, now $1.00.


I}nn's DpnAptmpnt


A. B C. e nie ng.vuttuon and Lac

worth $1.50, now $1.00.
E-W- 3 (l4 enuine Vici Kid Button and Lace
BEERShoe, 12-2,
worth $2.00, now $1.50.
V. J. VIDAlh, Sole Wholesaler.

1130 I1Sd1E, BRANDED ES, PORTED AID DOETIC Ladies' Department.
-^ Panl Janes ant Echo Sprinls Celebrated VWhiskies. Kid Shinp. P ,3L-.S, ad Lace,
TRY I BOTTLE OF ELEY TOII0. $1.00, $125, $1 60, $1.75 anl $2.?.
S'^ I'EPHONE 154. : : : : P. (). BOX f587. Th .a ,orth ,, lor.
JUG & FAMILY TRADE SOLICITED Kid Heel Button and Lace. also
i -^S 'BFree iDeDliveryv to Any Part of the 'ity. Cloth Top ill Black and Tan.
l*r lAll orders left at Th Office. Vidal & Smith.,will lte carefull. from $1.00 to $3.50.


Em. LPE''EiESE,-
0--PROPRIETOR OF--o

CRONIeS ST LOON
o--DEALER IN--o

Imported and Domesti c Wines, Liquors and Ciigars.
JUG TRADE A SPECIALTY.
Coy vpr Ralinont and Davilliira S t. PENRACOLA. FLA


H. H. WICKE,


A Special Barain!
A lot of Fine Ladies'Shoe,. ('in-
cihianti make, regular price $P.Ce
aid $4.IN> ;i p-ir, now only $1 W.
\V only have them in 2-4 and P,
and C and D width,, that is why
we sell them so cheap.
In Our ien's Department
We beat any store in town; will
undersell anyone and give the
lmont comfortable fit and general
satisfaction.
OUR $3.00
Hand-sewed Vici Kid Shoeq are
.(jiual to any $6.4)1 shhoe in town.


Kindly soliciting your patron

Plumber, Gas and Steam FitterI, 0 inGugenhein.lea,
i iOz-gI. Gugenheim.


No. 6 South Palafox Street.
All Kinds o. Plumbing and Gas Fittings Materials Kept on Hand


T"LuPHAlpJ WAR


DUNN'S *


0 HOTEL


ON EUROPEAN PLAN.


Three Peiular

Meal Facbh Day

25c Each.


i v- -'1


r


Restaurant Attached, Open Day and Fight.
OYSTERS, FISH AND GAME OF' ALL KINDS IN SEASON.

Special Orders at Any Hour.


CHAS. COTTRELL,
Artistic Photographer,
ROOM t3. F'ISIHER HI II.DINU.
20- s SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.
Satisfaction Guaranteed in Every Par-
ticular.


HIBERI BROS. ICoo.,


SWOLESALE G510EB3,

Palaoz Street,
Pensacola, Florida.


RATES:-From $1.00 to $1.50 per Day. LODGING:' A A
531 and 519 8. South Palafox Street. Pensacola. Florida 25 and 50c NS


TIME TABLE.

LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE 1ATTAROAD.
IN EFFECT JANI AItY -'7, IY).


-No. -7". %,o. 2. 1No. 1. %(1, 3.
# 7)5 4,01) 11 :,.!o) 1)ni Lpav,' Pensarola .....Arri v.- 75p III.71f t r
1-7, p 0III !: 44n Ightt ArmrI %7.'.. .Fl-I mlattai Ann' i"e J) I..p w .7;a ImI
11 1) p 11 a Ii lk A r'iv'- 3' il- rn'e ..7.7' lien I2:'p I fight
1) it 7:1u4ta fit Ariii. Neio- pr.4.n.-ti.4 Anni 7.-'.7) PL ni 7:;1-w;1) ii
--ip In C: 111a flk Ai'riv.. Nhiltzifl-ry .4rniv,- I I ..i a71:1 74 7 p 111
".:.A ) itIn 7:'~40 to .mnA i;'' N i-11%,I I.. 1 A rr:. v., 2 .,-'1 is mv',' l isII
"- i,44f 7o44Lf i I A rriv, 1")I.u % I I -I, A r r; v,- t:.'11.77 I'lk 2:.r6 a il
4 r6 m :-r, It II A r ri, fit~~l.7 I4"74. '1 ii 1.4pm

BETWEEN PENSACOLA AND JACKSONVILLE.


IL III
I4 .fit


%,(. 3.1
'a m)
F.'t In
is III
is4 111
r) (of ini


P. .* .4:.
i'*'t '777,17'.,, 7-7--
4 7..
'.1 347,4 7. 17 4
,..7. .'. .l'7n07 .77
it 11.7 47 -. 4 .~
I ac l~ -,:74 .37,'


'7.:.,
I- 'ii
4 4 11 Ii
.7 7
1~ lii
4 U Ok
p mit
."777'I


1) M'4
let
-owl~,g~


JOHN NICHOLAS'



305 N. TARRAGONA STREET.
1it'l'<>, :TF:V I' *, ,N 1 'I .P' T.


(Deals at All Hours.


-IN-


Rjeal


Estate.


uill h-j ill'" acres opf lauidt nrtb
$100 it tb.;citvarmid wet ,? 4,4ioldirng.
$2000 will tbuy -oa7cr#'. adifmi n ig city

$3000 11 lit4 i~ ;iswrd r I O',1 f-*
Thii sjorepp4-nt v i'inl N --w 4
$4000 wla hiv ~kf) h tu.. I1 i~ .n'Two.
jir4ojwrti' t:ft- ma%% it r frwit 4w, 11: bay : aiao
().Ii bi..7L ivk%'4 71:71..! LotIM .- H v-111

$6000 eit .' -. -TiI\4*--nt
,o.- fr. ''an 4.. :j;&. 7.~' *4,~i.j a fl mod
7, ic -IT. ;i '. 1W.



$8000 'a%1-',ti
(atia a,,]Tha
$9000- A t Iirts ,. 4t_,, A'11 11. 1 frtIr. ~Isb
7.'. tC.,Iji :Ia--.- o, ro.t d
780001ii F. Y---3IAa
$ 9 0 0 L:, 1 1). t1. :, -Ift 1'.- 17l11 fis .
$ 10,000 pl7 71 h! U t toj i .-mp5


Open Day and Night.


%F


Bargain


... __,_ __


4


ge,


VVVG~bV-*SAL16T,


* -


"


"


:To L0ull


AIMI'A nmnlta ;4tn--nf Fiii. 'Z.i- V~.indipa Vi -brQ n, ,,,,i I













4 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1900.


THE DAILY NEwD:
B ered at the Po't OfELc- at Pen>acola.
P -s..-econd-clabs n.atter.

OrrlIvc Pitt .u.:d:ng. -.: ou:h Palsa-
se street. ur..-tairs.

l'i b1.A}~11I' It'
THE ,T.WS PU7LISHINGG On.

Terms-Invariably in Advance.
oe Year by. Ma.! "*
>.&A I lt vu L o "
**me Month
O e Week. t,% < arn-r. pya: :.** M ,:id v

THE WICIK I.Y NJKW :
Pen .*<-*: r} l .a' a tt i ,:. r year
PoSg- fi --
TELEPHONE NO. 118.

advertising Rates FurnihAEd on Appflice' .n.






Theu paper I on le with the
UBNING ADVERTISING CO..
DIime1ttt Building. St. Paul. Minn., v.bce
erwMalbse, adrertisera and other: -na-
xammmte t stand wber etimates ril be giver.
poepoea for GENERAL ADVERTISING

PENSACOLA. FE?. 27,. 1SOO.

THE 7Mi--'>;',!i o~: ar:in it .tor-
law i l la :, ,ii','; ,d inc, ,-titu-
t.o:iai a:i'1 v. id by tt..- -ui.rz-in- court
41f that -:at.-. T!.'- t wa- int,-r:ded t"
prot,-et -imall d i :lt -r- fr-,m! ** coi.n-
;Oetitzt .n o f d<-;.; :t::-f-:it -t,* by a
tradu:it ;:- tt a.t eyes. and w:.- c *.., u r .,urt- hi.a i;.' :
thro g it:. t u.,- uh-Ai::. ri anI :i :. !
un-d ;,,., 'at,,. .Ja ,t..,i:. \v;ll !,,
icit .'f i .. :> ..:* .


A ar ..-:. .. a r -- :.: -- ;: -
S jA.l I. u t '. : .. : ,- ,' ,- 1':, .i lt'-
rP, a t.. ;;irk .r:, .:t.ce up .; t]: :. ; ,;. y ',


t-1 Ct;t-ur a .-'. ":' "i: ri i 1-1. ," .* *< '-. "1 .; .-
.'u t t d.tI .., t.i ,I l v '- ,. .t-u.1 ,--
i aI u tih;. 1 ;t' T a ;.-ll -
mid\>i.<'< *l;;.;. :. a!. s ,a., ". % .l y ,.
..:.ctoui ,,. ; t .: t at r ,,:-
I c lLio.r jn : -; In .n'l t,.' .l p ,,a hi'
wt-as Wt I -: it h .u..l L't :.c t'! i -d at
uany t,.ti. -: ; i. H. :a. '
It r u-< i I" i' I ;i"lc u tC i Fl, tio di
public Ict'o .1 -y.-ti'n i,a- 1 th-:w weak-
-Tid ad (i; .. d "by :wit :!i tit; to,.
mucehthat Mr..M '11};,t! exceillen:-
article wa- blti. till, -iy and ju'-t. A
COutiseus. f th- vliew- of tL,." patroi;-
i;c -clool- would al:no'-:
unanimuouuly tendr-e and approve
the Expone-it'- wi-o. coindemntation:
'fthe p, -irt ioi u- pr.ictic.- f *lrobbit.:
tthe l:aiy for th- Ir, : ,-fit ,f t tw.'-"


Td : ..- wi lab< r. with Land oi
brain, 1.u-t llav-' relaxation!: in s .,nI-
form,oL L.bor b, c. .;;s hurtful rather
than h< lt!.f:l. 1';: divine i jutle-
tion of weekly r, -t -carcely v unlic,-
for thte pre--< t: .,' wi:-n l,tIbr i-
imperativ, i t. : .. ..--ari. i :%d
com fort-, i;', fi'ti;.z -, t .tI',.
and the i;:- id- of ?!.,. pt-o;ph, cla-- iy
cla s. are .t .* pr 1."i ; ... v;d -ti.
T he e*-tal>!;-!. n -:." : i! ; u l, I,,l|-
days and t! ;.;;.**n::;,.:it b'3 tndi-
vidua: ac'l,:i i ; ': i (.*( it-
iiaU i- of, re- N .. : :4'-r .:i ,,7 *! i
i;Ul;-,ly re .. :: o,| ,' t!.': !:y-!'.\ .
and m'i. nt.-i n1. ..--:t! -- 1 t1 :. i'im!i:in
ra.e.
'I t, .u i .ual r., u: '- f ,," ;. : -
l -unt pi i'". i f ;,-'rr., .':. 1 I;>or:-
ed ;. WotI t tl;: .1 l r f or, 1IZ :
ipopula.i ,. ,-1 .**;.: ; :-va ,11

the S..r; -t '. r i-;:. *;* ::., !t: in 11-
populatio-#-N- w Orl- .1!)-: a:rd it-


Celji.'llent ~t- .V.. :si, '" ar 1> ae-t
E-a & ',rliv .* -;.'.t i., hi..,t-., .. fi i4
all p s etion >', t ,' ty. :..: 1
later yeat-. ai .. n:, .-*,i. d; i. ,
butul a ,t II ,Y ( it : '.
S outlh 0):' ;:,:, "' of [ "" ILtI :;, :-
ratiou .f th,-. :.' :, -'.' -
tainiilt it- !.: :it, -.r
provide h o>;, < ;.i. i ,. -
who ha,** t v -
tIDl t 4 w N -

woulLda {,- -, ;', : ::.' -
but trt* ii .. : :

and ut 1'-- r .:- .
'b t!..,u- : :' .- : --
Thon t* i- .


t, n d st,-" t .' _-; ". t-" : ,; ',!,, : i,
Grat-r of --i 1,,- : .
ra fl it :
;rac l.. t : '

r1i4- r I !.
tieflt- o.


of the < l"
ukeen 1 "-' t.' .4 -. : -
S rily a ch- :: t : ,- !.'' -j



dnc^d !. '. v.,- >..W .I- o -:s,-
tors. aud r* -" :,::- : .1. '; ..--'-. -', .
fU the '-t:tr':- "IT .--,!.u v a'.,i :a: :
grsat car::v.,l '. t i :.
The pr.jcti i.,i- b.' :; b i;.li.i.:'ly
ati.cet.Ce ..-:il;;y L ::a ; 'urat-d in1 P'n-
a-s '..!:,. a tnd :i- ti 1 ..;,'II r- 't:r- :;
eacti s; "Cee ' F 'Weted. wit, sut' i: .'love-lenti- ;i-


STATE REFOKM SCHOOL.
The Board of Manager4 Promulgates
Rules and Regulations.
THE NEW is indebted to Hon.
W\n. H. Milton, Jr.. president of the
board of managers of the state re-
:fi)rm icho'l at Marianna. f,.r a copy5
of the rule- and re2ulatie,::- estab-
lished by the board f,,r the k'overn-
ment of thl at in-titution; to wi:ich is
append,-d the full text of ..- law
creatinrL t.he school, and a li-t ,.: its
officers and employe-. ThI- ril,-
were adopted by the board at it-
ineetin iof October 12. 1, zo. and lt.'.
instituianu wa. ,ptned for thel r-ce,-'-
tion4of itll;atp-J January 1. 'iJ. veryv
board f4 county coming m--on.ers.
every pro-ecuting attorney and every
jud:, i l th 7- ,tate liav'iiig deet1 dtliy
nottifti- tl.-reof.
'The rule-s arn .- i: ii'njiuber. anid.
a!tihoi, t, ,,:J ni f4 th-lf!! i i!.iy n,,t be
actually required in practice during
the fir-t v-ar of th,- e-tabillt-i i t.
the care with which *hey have been
ra)rmulatted sows that they are 1il-
tended for every emnerzncv thl),t
mny arise in the mnanagementof the
school, so fi r as could be auticipated.
President MiAton. who i-i unders-tood
to have prepay red them. iha c ertainlyv
done the wurk wisely and well. and
in so doing ha- exhibited a degree
of fori-thou;zht and patriotiQm which
will stronlyv accredit him to the pieo-
pil of the eitlre -tat.-.
It tnow rTi ainji. for the law offi-
cerf of thie -f-veral c, untit'-. i:!
toinjuixctilri witli th;e board- 'of
county co('mi--iolner- t!.:ereof, to
-et, ttat t0,', cla--s-' which the school
wA-. intended to benefit a;r- p'. illpt-
ly co -iitriln-i to it- care. in1 oId it -:' t;it
it- beneficet.t purpo-e nmay b- f"Ily
carri-d out.


Tl:.'re i- no better medicine. fr .- i
l. tli-- t.ujin Chanbihrlain': <'.,n:s
I* -tiu-dy It- plJ)a-nLt ta-t', .a.i
i ion'it sa;id it"f-'ual cure- m;irak; it
. ft.,vrait- ith lIii tier- ;atd :-n ,:t:
('-l.ildr,-u. It quickly ciuire.- tf.';I
iouli- and colId-. i)re-v,-t:int)r I: -u-
io',iia or othei4-r -riou- co-* lem -
It all-o cur-.- croup and ha- ,li-tin u- .f
Il t t114 of tUou-arttd- of c I-a-- wit -
,,ut a i-i,'ite failure o far .i- we !:,.v,
bh-e- e abl t l.) 1'arn. It l''4t o)1ly v(i -
croup. but twh i giv-ni a- -o ;i- I -
,.r .niy -O, ] ,i-!| :[i;. r-. w il! ijp -v, ::t
t 1,- attack. I L A ;a-# -. %f jwi],. ., ii:,,
v,.u.1r1- it liqii ef,-r' the t"ntIzh iIUvii-.
i;i.;kit:g it *-;s-i l'I n- the -,.veri;y ;:id 'f;i- 'y
t the paro)xy-iln. o4f ca.-.iti.:. !t1,-
i<- ;>rivi:ej t!ha: di-ai-,- of all! d. ,:i ';
Oi'- coi-.(iu.e. For -alie ,Iy H 11-
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THIIE roi1.1F C 'Il T.
,ssie lI ai; i 'in,< 1 ,.-asil) I., te.i-(-
inll aln Oticer.
T'L r-I' we :'- tw( ty-tre :-c 1- -
fo,, M -I y,,r H iliar, in th,- ,p .l'.
i,,,urt thi- I, YiniiiL. of w it'!i e- i.ht
vrer di-ca:g- -d and four continue,-.
E--ie Travi-. charg-,d wi h rf -t-
i:l; an .tli,'-r w ljil-, iln di-;'-!:t! of
;i]- duty. wa- tinlled # .(o.
Tin Hidl-v. -ain- cL.arg-., w.t-
fin,-d ";,
Jo-' Jac-kon,. ch:irgd with a-~ault
wi th a knife. w:J- fin.-d $1,1
HeIinlatn \V'a-liin.:to, tait Man:i,-
D.-a-on,. chabrzed with hbei-i (iiink
:ind d;-, .'-: iv. w i'- ii:;. d 7 <, :t:.
9lo "--- +ectivfly.
I 1: it w -I'r ;Ial-, I-Ill )a -r if ra-f
f r b,* iZi dril.r:l. T!.,- in, -- ,., -.

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Il 1. tHe -. v : "rI.-l c;l1 llmtte.r-
:|l'0" i -;-t t ,"t '.I: :. fo, :i I l;a i w h.'. 11
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w !,,:,-r li,. livt, ,nr ,li.-. It did1

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iiav', at ir ',Cs 1,,.. on ,'f.." O)ty
i c'- ;- at \V. A I)'.\al .I;),-te'.
,irl, or.e. Ev, ry bott1- ,,n a ,--ed.


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LOCAiL EIS NOTES


Local forecast for Petwcoe and Irtsyr
Ci- 'a' iq U this aftfrww": fuir amd ,-t.4lpr t',-c#OAI.
i.'!" r'r;,. r ,r( w irfrce ,h'u; t!? if..g v
' *it r.irtt.'.'-.r wtiriid.: T7 "rsfda i, ar. M.jiinmum
t.:; *relt'. p, trdfr b. P J ( grej kna; ivm anb
3 1 4ft 14 'vr 1.;r fe m u.in.ui.t ,C.4 y)..'mit .

t .r
'TD -. J. Rhodes of MeiS,. Ga., is a
lu-ta tt e Lewisr lhou-e.
J. I. Haviland of Fort D 1dge.
IwA. ar; at the L-wis hou'l--.
A. r.irlndrs of Mobil,- took in the
Mardi Gras festivitit ye-tera.vy.
Dr. J.. Westlinreiard of At-
lanita has rooms at the E-citubia.
Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Orr of Kaanas
City are guests at the Etcailnla.
J. H. Fuller and two d .Uihiter-1 of
Brewton were visitors here ye-ter-
a ay.
J. H. McWilliams an-i wife of O0;k
Hill. Ala.. are guest- at the Nler-
chants hotel.
Miss Carrie Mil:'.on. of PIine Ap-
ple. Ala.. ri-gistered at the Mer-
chants yesterday.
M. N. Foshee. jr.. of Mi;l:on wa'
in the city y eterdvay to witioie-s the
Mardi Gras fe-tivitie-.
The U. S. lirht hou-e tnd.lr Man-
lgrove ctme i;p to Pail itf x waurt lhi iS
niorni;:- for provi-io).s-.
TI", American -.'>ieonr DJ)nna
Cliri-tiaii arrived y -,.--rd y tfoie )
Havan't with 1 ] t.Il- ,of -ctip iroln.
Mr. E. H. Skinn!:- and fain:lv.
M1i-- H !:;e- n>(i ;at>d M i1-- :i-ii : of
E-cambil. are topp;ili at t!..- i'-Cu.til-
b:a.


The L p ii' t h .|; v.a ; F i:t SoI,,.'i-ty
wi!l meet ini(-( t II v. ry r In: )I T#i-
plM,'- t; .h- l at.o'cl frK l'ri ay it.l-
!A .. n.
i l' ,,i ta
t, rdi-y .ll-in H avanat aic l, tWi ,, >i r -
;.nl (;'-r"w t iur t d out i-t Wi .it 'i
Ilma ltue.
M.1.-tr-. H. E. IEllridgfe ind wife.
ai! 1i-s Mlini. E:K ride ,,f .Mi'ton
w-re uamo)t t!:'" E--r.tnbi'- gue, t
ye-terday.
G. A. Hart. and J. (). i. \Vlla -e.
of .aMiiit-he, .Mcll.. ar ivi:'d it! the
city yesterday and itoi-:t.ri, .it the
E-c:ati bia.
T L IIng.ram of Atla;nt:i. r(lp:e-.ent-
in the Soutl .rn 1;-11 l leph i -;t lawid
I'ile l'a ph C'omiuny. arrived he-re-
tl.i- mirntin:.
Stato Suppri:>tpind,.nt l a.t;- ;nd
(',,inty Sitperint,'n d"tit ('o o,; :re ro-
LaiVy eIl|a-.ed in O -itin : sn; "r- of the
county ellools.
Thle 4panih ii team -hip Vivinii; wa-
vl-:m-I yesterday by th' litO Trau-
-it Co lor Liverpool wit ; :I nil-w.el-
laineous cargo valued at $2'7.4 I..


Amnonf the vi-itor- I h-re frin B Ilw-
dad yesterday were ltRbt. St-Vfel-n
and wife. LIenlont t--v(n-. l.Rberlt
WV. Steven- and (ieto. L. .i-vi .-.
The E-cambia liotel wait,1- will
iv. a eake-walk il th : i. in I'roolli
of tlhe l1it4 l to-.nigilt. lii'i. lt*,l". at :)
0.'c(l,)ck. -::arp. Ad itt~--in f .
G(nl.W. S'. Saidy anti vwi f iro -
r illl ," .* l-tr (l ;lt I ,' ; .,!l;
'*(,; ( y. 1M r. S.,.rav ;-, !:l-
I, -U t luI bel)r deal' r a (;r-,-i t, .
1.1r f,)llwiS .: f tt., t l, l r ,, :' I '.
--terd iyi f',mli; H .vF;i!;t : na! ,
'- <"t Il-i:l ;>, 'T',,' ;," : C ,.~ V .- ,.
J. 11. il ', i- *, J,' !.:i A V. I
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T'i.: f. li,,w ing v,-~- l- 1- : ; .- i.
a t t',#*- l' i, t I ''. i -. 1 ;:, i -'.<
lor -za : Stella. .Ni t r. M .: a.
l. ,v (il dy -. F ; ':sa'y* : :, ..il[ l 'lia-.
J. 1T it-.
T i .- h i=, .,,' ;,ii.tli;. ,,: f u : t- r-t
(.x p'r :-iv' ; i T r,-' 10' : ": !'iiv;il
ip.tr:,.I,- l.i-t in li" w Ixf; I, ; I- zd
of\'I -i ". ine ::i-aI. n !ti -:: :i a.,
ta -.trtir ,z..
The F.cj.A 'iAi "., :,Y ln'd
navy he iJqua ; '" a" ; : '. i
la r'. ;iu nler ,f I'. ,. r t
I0 irr.,n ac i nt ld ti!, :, '. :: ; ) i:;.:
K'.i u ii r i. t -! .tr.i
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Every


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there are thousands of wo- (
men who nearly suffer death 4
from ir--regular menses. Some-
T times the ** period comes too
V often -* sometimes not often 4
) enough-someti:res the fl ,w is
too s,.ant, and again it is too
profuse. Eath symptom shows
that Nature neecs help. and
that there is trouble in the or-
gans concerned. Be careful
when in any of the above con-
ditio::s. Don't take any and
every !rostrum advertised to
cure femal-e troubles.

S BRADFIELD'S

FEMALE REGULATOR
i is the o:ne safe and sure
rAmeC.cine for irregular or pain-
e ful men-truati.)n. It c:res all
0 the ai:lents that are caused by
i:'reg:laritv, s::u h as !':cor-
Srh'La, fall--, (, the w(mb. A
nervousness; pin::s i the head.
back, breasts. :-h';.ui!ers. sices,
hips and .imbs. "y regulating v
A the menses s) that they occur
" every tw.,ty- ::,,h day. all
Sthnose aches disappear together.
Just h-.fore y.v:r time comes,
g.-: a bottle a':, see h ,w much i
1 gd it will do you. Dr:L;) :-ts J
Sell it at i. .
# Send f -r our free b'.n. Per:ect f
TH iv.-a .. .: v. "er
THE BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO.
ATLANTA. GA.
64 -, 4 S -w k


w ill be po-, it- d -';i;- of -i:c)
art- print.-d( i.- i. a. iln tii~ i- i .
A moni t!,- I'hlri; ian.i. rezi-tored
:it toi, E-c- imiii ar 1). E V i -"la r I1-
>ii 'l I)-Fiiiui::k Spri,;r -. S. 11 i; -
,:or I of ('aryvil 1.-. Mr-4. A.Sw. .t|,t
ofTallah:a--ee an i J. M.1. ;Mcl4et-. of
Montic,.ll,.
"l'ieplp, n lid <.:,i o r:i, l ,I .,t ti e
t Itthl4 icc ('!Ii',-hi yv '-( i l: ;at J. N.
A.lldr-w-' oic-,. wa- won bi v Mr-.
Y". Hlun-ler. the firtuniatte l.!dt of
ticket No. '-7.
A plel:ta:.it p,:rty ,-f i'l; e iasur>' -~ -k-
"rs -njoy.d a. -;a:l oi th,-. h:v .Mold.yv
ill (Capt. -'-ed's yacht, the WalL.ce.
The party included Mi J. F. 'Piic-
and Mi.- Julia P'rice tf Atlantia.
Mis Miriam Price. MliJe-i. .- Nicli-
ol4.on. Mi- Matrie Il-al ind Mr.s. A
I. McCa-kill of Pine Itirre-n. and
31 is.- Mar.:aret Price of l).-catur. A1la.
Amton,)' the large number of :-rri-
val registeredd y-terda: at thli
I.-wi.. iiou-.e were \V. P. I),iLl.i( ofi
BIrewton. R. L. TfLeus of Highitote,
Ala.. T. L. Well-. of Chipley. Willie
Ste,-el of IDeFuniak. \V. 1). Comman-
der of ILaurel Hill. W. E. Peters arid
S. E. Smith of (,,n vi,. G-o. Adai'.
1. A. H.irk"-r and EJ C. Iik zi Ctf
Caryville.


An interestinl'z incidiit of t!he N. w
Orleans Mardi (irats wa,. a co)iicat1 nI-
ation of H. o o,., pr,,.dt-I by thate
delivery fo* };j,,ll!i A rth:ur .J,,l -,I,',.
of HI 11 o i Nin o-te n !i-v c i.dl-

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f.I.I v ;i ,ril 4r. flor t! Zir t ('c i're it.
l ,,o: 1 tI i w id < i a 1 i .;Allt
,I! t 'l i' i. N 'E i o'i .' ye4:-te.rd.,I .
M r. 11!,I! tl. j1 itr1,' 1 -thy

hi- f:i;' ti w i :,. (|, liiig r':,- 1: -
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do, ; n; t "- I to !)" C !l-ider ii !i.
;.14 -1 !: 0 ,1 '-dai k h i;ri, e. |. t'eh rr. :a--
-uiii. t!that th, d:l!ict;lty which will
.rl-" in ; ".oo 1 ..[ a'ltw,'e II th two
':::Ii !"'i 'i i'l*a ,ateli {a :t; .,. ;,- w ell ;is
!a. t .. -:i a So,',th i'li ridla a:id a M id-
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Don't Pay $40 and $50
f tr ;s i. C )0 .*.\ :.-a w;, ur at'
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pillows, etc., to go with your'-
new f,'uniture. )out can
buf!/ the u;holf otfit fromwn


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No better Cigar fo0
the money made-DUt
HAM--at D'Alemberte s



Ta\ Payer, Take Not'ic


March 1st interest on
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THE DAILY NEWS: PEN8ACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1900. 5
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SPAYNE'S ARGUMENT

' VERY WISHY-WASHY IH II 0
---


Declares Alabama Speaker on
the Tariff Bill.


DAY


HAPPIEST DAY


OF THE '4*


THE PEOPLE'S STORE,


A.


AMUSEMENT IN THE HOUSE I
Cou ressm r

Schwartz,

Proprietor.


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1:wi1 4yr'si-'.. 1u11,il Ide. an--U.tr-
maictk of u"l t.sse 31a.kets a Ilr. ,

SS'A I!NT N, NFhb. 7 '-The ale day
of thei .et_'ral debate on the Porto .to.
tariff li. cened n the house toaay
it withu a :..mi-iute speech by C.Lrae bci.
So of Tv.t;r i-' opi;: p)x; ition to t> e b:b A.
'Tue a.'e:ua:ve ; resoitei by the bili,
'K ..- i-, ,, rl.s. l :l Oa i' nri Fnt orf out
i pricespri :;.s ts ourt nex p)mIes.
"Th,' c, :" r i ,L 1t'n dazzled with
th9 or;eua I :-.t. o ( eui;.rcoi.,y t on
*he verf t:1s.:.a t of th-t new cextar
g*raph repre tmts the three-vear-old son of Mrs. Jess. t i t:e oi,4i
First Street. Brooklyn, N. Y., who says, under date of d a : :.*,. I 1t the tra ..
ling hii cure of a difiguring face humor : My aby's w: L th :. V .-i a" wIt: co-to n
th rinwormrs. We could not lay a pin between the eye. wo.b' :: ,t' :: at'nd deaLr i:ou
SneTL.ck.:ind l ie wa4 a sight to look at. Two doctors to A: :'. i :,t .,. V without lece when I heard of I'uticura. now r -- r: i icr to b 0114e c,:.')
: I p. :!l :-i x of I uticura Ointment. I only it' ;. : tu.: : U : to 'U.-a p :
Sl-. '. 1,,.U ,it,- .'- i. face was tw.tter. and in four "' .,\ ,'i:r ;:r. :
1 i- : r :~ a hll. :and not a mark on it. S ti r r i
^i m. i;.I; a I i:'r;. :.-'i i.
1:-. '.,,' ..... ., -, ;et.-oe >onomnt (al,.Aeelil yef1e wa u he i ; :7.,* !'!:n :' t R.'. t'J
It U.. ::-. hilrenas tiTt t-l:A. A w.irin .--- I ) .A .:. ,. H ;':i : ''::

1.ctn O t- i thr1f 'tth mt t-.' r i( :n' I I ly | rj; I v I .L I nol' l ,
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lj--+ I-D Z i^..* ia I 1 .isat!i 'a1 tl.- x Strea ., tne'.rv tia: .1 v- ery niii. political eIi:I t-
1. i, ,,AND I .L ,I-.tt, i',-., lo i.t', urit r:n r f our t ent rry; t,:i t Iite, i )%v -
I '. fa:ty :anii the purnuit of happ:nces are
i:;,\ .' e..u t:> in.ienahle rights of all within our
S.* I i ,. .r "Lnl-. lu.I, ldiato:i.
f I*.i, .if ti: qi0nt.- aa AW It. a" on I m. N m r -. C .a.vton of Alabr mi. woo fol-
t -:!,.!u- n : arty t llws i Mr. : Aba ia cr 1a i 1 much
Si.. .. ti l- -ient and enthusias by realdin
il' s.. r... I a .wt: r written by Caairman Payne to
i- \ ", .lii .' "'' | i l '*''i ..t. 'l \v. 11 Curtis of Palmr vrai N. Y. Jan.
I N. i 1 '' 4I it- 1 >|, ill S. t.iof our c unltr.; t :t M e, i I .


S..4 i *'..ita.n ron. ', t in wph:ch ru advocated free
'. ; i-. .nt ..i..'inu... trade with Porio Rico on the ground
S- ''riatt. .roi. d that it won.d give relief to the stricken
I ore. :. '*land. TCahe letter o obtained the foi-
*.'. : ; -ii_:...:a ai.a> V. i. st-.: .lowing reference to the Philippines:
S.... : *- .L, Iw,.r**L'uaer the treaty the PailippinesC
U' I". ilo'i St.. n.'ar.0 pa:i .L j are to hive free trade with Spain for 10
S l n..- .t. nar. years.- We cound not extend thee tariffs
Oice anl HallH laws to the Piurts of ppane iland.s, een if
I ii-l t i for we woud. to Rico on the ground
:-. i t..,r,e-i. island. Mr. Clayton asked that this letterand
.. -<,.or, S- .-. ....." '." I.,,. i"-upport of the bll beaty printed i parallel
I i 1 1 ',! ..Ir ,' il" > are to h vefree trade with Spain for 10




,aid R ,.- "ii "utui-fit l..niir i.orl columns in t'e record.
Siii I iia aw-i-nSei 1 an art of .ii Mr. Payne milid notly assented and ex-
ie *.an Halls.t ir .tws tos pressed the hope that there would be no
I i tut *t. l lai on ir Iwk eve l W d.
e- ii' it, In- ltie-t iliiarll t ; f t or jecion.
t (,i" rtKpr.--'r-It iuo itia- diir' Mr Pearce of Tennessee also opposed
.*.' i;,tiii.. te ia >> support of the bill be printed in paralleleech.
s ir.. *!- (iA-#, v,,il t eitin r .t "r ,.t pat,, ,ir columns in the record.




';, '. r .,n.frhiaa~m,,:. wr:' te or I ll C'Lii '( i l) the opport Iliity. By t k-
i'I *1- I, :<. iW i i..'.. 2 .... ingi H ood, .1' ur.- iturili linoW v ..., ; ,,- i;.ai ts-t. i tt,.l t o -!-. may i uildt up your tlr alth anlid pre-
M ililo (osi rTI t'Away.


1 i- ;'.taly ':!:ttifyl ,.i i, tih' N-ither W ill Billp R eoxnIz-d.
.... l,,l a':,, Iir, i. .,, l iIr: i', to t FRANKFORT. Ky.. Feb. 27.-Repnb-.
.* '". :,i!i- ., t.,- i 'dv :11i,1 -il.ri'i .. lican Auditor Sweaney. to test the mat.
l. ii .. : '--< e Ir,. Ki:'.'- Ntw ter as to whether he or Democratic Au.
-. ,.,. I t,. <':,i-,in t;;t ui<,t:. LC IIonc h- ditor Coulter is to be recognized by the
ai. 1(',,1.|-. I- i e -frivll :; .V:"a ,iver state derositories made out a warrant
S ill : t:i i 1 bh t .'l- **. f lhi- :.'*:'.t this morning and had it preoantoei at
S .: ': ** iv tt:. -:.i-f.i- one of the hanks of the city. Thebank
',,,,,i i' ..w i]' : it "t:- ah-lialt!t,'lv refused payment and this action fore
.-i t '' it, t of i:,i'.-li-- 0:i-,'-. shadows similar actina by the other
A-'i itiri;(.ii-, lHotar-l;-, banks. Pending the controversy, neither
.1:1 : -.- f ':. l'!ir' it. '.' -t of the factions in the contests over the
.i ,1 "I.*.! !r' -ii!I'' l\- u:'l' lby it. state government will be reoognizd.
(i t/ ,,;; \'1 ,. A li'.A -l ;; bt, it .-, D I in e.-
t-(-. i:. -..t :; : ,,* :r" itl lottl0.. Ir -cul:lr how el miovelmiifit. lo:iil
S. .+! -i/.' 7..*. ,[t',i '1t. oEv rv t l c l erolic (,on-tipatioil. Pui Kl.v
I, ;: ,: tt.,au i-. ei.. : ira,'' ra'fiau:tle'd. -.\-ii I i-frT;::I:- i ;i r
  • r' l,- i it r: c -ur s pt ;-ii::i i ii tlv. .S l i
    Smoke DURHAM Ci-" "H"i"ui I,.
    g1rs at D'Alemberte's. CA T.T. AND 1TNrPiCT


    Room M1ouldi~ngs 'm.' ,ii~t id COnileptv
    L.inoe-f irom an : d Bra--.
    I -. I titt. jli f inev.- :I! BFA).'rIF;Al):
    N-''.N I I X. Pa I f N_
    R9i' Escalbiia Frnulture Comp~vnvY


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    Saturday, March 3. NEW ARRIVALS!


    ZOUR,~ OF EX~IIOISE3 :--01
    Ii :3'-'Thbs World flwIcerf;.- Iiiuastratt-.i
    ProtIf. i .V. i-tbard,., ,hf- Magi~cia n .1
    (.qJU I .1.
    ..X) kroint nade Concert: Rogers*Uoslien
    4~-'i 111 en' otir : Tableau Viva nt:
    Picture que vitnige Ei~rct-i Unver the~
    dirter ion iof M r~i.Frank ~tiiyt~ihi 'l'Ihnip-
    SO1h. St'i.etions by ('hs.iro,sEdbert
    4-iraiat.tb.ALUnilvalledE hisrxeer,%itlbt.
    7111-hlrv..iuus Entertitinment : 1, 'h t
    N% oiider,' of Witter." (Start!iig ezxp, r. -
    '.311-Moving Pictureg. 1' re.wmiks after tLie


    A Grand Combination
    .04, of Talent: ,.

    VA ItI El1).
    P ICTU RtESQI-Q E
    HUMOROUS.
    and DRIAMAT'IC.
    Sttirtliti- FE\;berhiii.-z 11 Y JPiod.
    atii l'Ii11iL44 lf -tiiinnr lbyStarrt-tt.
    rthe \Womde.r Vi rker


    The Childrenl's Day
    fhu; -shee for Sixtoeu-,i Yfear.- t h#- won-t
    Iti~ti-re'-tiiig (if all S;itt iiday.


    ONLY .0 CNTMr`t!~rd~
    t'v swi-lpq- Iaii '1i ". Ch~. alpew t uirol B t IA
    T-11azuIido 'lot 6,11.. umail afietr E". iuiig 's.-

    NAVAL STORES A K .
    Reported Daily for The News by
    Meeterx. A. M. Moses & Co.
    w w................ S4C6 H ............... ....
    wo ................ 3.50 1................... .. 7
    N .... ...........275 F ..................... Ii
    K...................:.. tI"........i~
    SPfaivs TuAPawv1Z-rw3-:oe~nts.
    ]led Hot Froni The Gun
    WaQ thie ball, that hit 0. B. Stpad
    man of Newark. Michi., in the C ivil
    War. It caused horrible Ullcers
    that fit) treatment hlepE-.( for 2!1i
    year-n.. Then Buck le-n '!A Arica
    S-alve ued hiiiim. ( 'ores 0C1t,4.
    Bruis-e!,. limiis, Bt. laikF# lbus. Corus.
    S-kint Erti ipt imv'ii. Jles't Pi I-curvi 'on
    t-arth. 2.7) e:-. a 6)x. ('lire i'uir.ili-
    lx'od. S.idd by W. A. jM'i bt.
    D r u zg i!..s


    O U first announcement of New Arrivals of Spring
    Apparel. A generous assortment, large variety
    of colors and styles to select from of Ladies' Waists.
    We carry all kinds: the largest assortment in the
    city of well known brands. Among them the famous
    ",''i//;n /'r,'un/." famous for fit, style and finish-in


    fact the best fitting Waist in the land.


    dealer or customer can deny.


    You mlay form some


    idea of our offerings by a glance at our large exclusive
    Shirt Waist Window, and tbLy arc thcaplr than
    heretofore by reason of our Motto: "S. i Ci \n, .\
    TII-RI.I; I \CRI .\ ,,i. il BUSINE-S-.


    New New
    Arrivals [ AE II AND 1 EBROID[RI[Ii! Arrivals
    Our C'ntre Tab!le. ae- ..v :intiiin beneath a Loo(dly share of tthe Ne-.w-:
    Thinii;- in Laces and Embroideries.
    wi-- Edlini- anil I :,,'ertion,. Haiburg Edvina. n anti Insertitii
    \';al-tci, LI'ce and Insertions.
    lii i ''lne : lni Edti';n: anti In- rti'.n,
    (it''Ii;n T lrchii Edl iii,. Apliqu( L,'i e i; ti In erti,..i
    P',int d Spiro-;t, riftitA!l :;id P t Vail. L.:I .
    '.'ii I', n ;i>it-1t II islb;:ir..7 Edl' ili!. -'ix yard I :th-. w

    + Sweeping Sale of M L'l dderwea'! *
    ()Ont Lot C'hild'. Draw r.. h'- ine I ,nul and :u ke I, -i/'- I antl 2. :it .. lite' pilir
    S ize-- tani d ;, only ..................................... ........ .. I. 'c p:.ir
    Oine Lot ('hllid's 'T'l'rinime'd Drawe-r- at 4 '-.t .M:itk.
    OIne L,,t Clhild' 'Triiaiin'd Gown-i at Cost Mark.
    )One Iot Child's Trininied Skirts at C'o;t Mark.
    One Lot Mits.'-' Trimmed G(owins ;t (Cost Maik.
    One Lot Ladis' Trimiini-d (Ch 'inio. worth ;I-..- for .................2 c eaich
    One I ot Ladies' Triniiifed Camiiric Chemisne, worth 77," for....... F;e each
    a One Lot Odds and Ends-
    In Ladies' Skirts andl Gowins to Close Out at Cost Mark Price.

    J. M. HILLIARD & CO.,
    -MAi:inufacture s and Dealers in-

    Carriages, Buggies, Wagons and Drays.

    -xRepairing Attended to Promptly.r--.


    W ill -,on hie here. and to (*c l! .)r:it, t he v -it. incii iv.'
    wi; ti: 1r ikini-" oomi for ... .


    Spring Goods,
    I m I t t ii.inv Enrtire -t I. -f 'lVint''r (leet.;ing atr
    I ~..aly1. a IPrice.; for i-.h.

    ,.IIvoti will 1itad a l'raica-Iv PltI oef l'rittv I i'king- at

    JUST RECEIV~ED 7 ic Niw Sjin aw Lian,.eof .J. M iii'- 'a.I
    shint-, anid *J~it. B. sts-tI'iaii:t-. III 1.'itefmt 5ve
    Still hay'- :i fe-W o-f t0 L1-t S'~ei~E'l'S!i;r:-.,.i.uln I rki~i-n /
    wh..'ich'li i at -eafCti. i-I'a-h hive,-r tfnr7.5(7. fo~riner'-)r.(-#-l.iyJ t,:id
    21-P -;Ias ..& N. .- is -: I 1'-4it'i rv I# -,bac! ca'aIf. at f*.7.-) tt' el It -I


    - 1' ; -" f t .


    "--Jos. COLEMAN,
    P1:N- ~ I .A. I1. \.


    Roses--Carnations.


    'a', n t.%N .\ h. th1')O:'. ( mt f~lu::.-!, ''. to. : of 'I w

    Amerci Bai Sau~",-, !o "S-;.00 pe-r aicz".'
    All Other Bo,,e''i"f. o $1.75 per dozei, #rY-u.


    MISS VIOLETTE MORENO.
    ."4 \V. -' (;ir '.,,r'.


    IVT ", Ift l._7 ,M; artU 51 7 I M l
    Iays'.r :z Allinai's. C('ha-. NM. N.
    Kelluii'- and Cl vi land Wall Plki'r
    '.,'s. Iin'i. W .all Plape s. I'ull filt-
    n| -4:.til t l-. .I. E. Ito- i& Coi. No. 11
    .1 !';iL<; x. I';i.ine : ;. f-tf

    11andsome pictures, oiric-
    a-brac, etc., inr endless ar-
    ray f (t rock bottom prices at
    ,Marston c4 Finch's.

    Furniture at all Prices.
    W ;:re -olliiwLv liviwl, roomi table--.
    :t Whailr'til pIt iie-: ti- l, -t vf -. bd-
    -;>ilniz-. iii:ltillis, klitcl:-i ,-ifs, iuidl
    ki tf.ln (.1icabiin t- wit1 r i ,iad otrl t-n .
    |t'..--a for 1ti ,itI'. ;;:mi dri'. rs for
    S- l, I tl i l?. a il" r d t. li4,w : r.
    ( ,11 :lF!: l x ;;ii '- t l i '1 ;14 ..
    i'ry ,,r' l ?.r,.irg i l.''rn: itt..:r, H ',1 -:..
    The best 5 cent Cigar
    on the market is the
    ',URHAMT. Try them at
    D'Alemberte's.


    FOR BEAUTIFUL


    RUGS


    1ndr IIt ,eI T-ri. o lltha-


    Shipment we offer


    2 cr: -~~.t cn ar~c 'S"?'-tting. 14c


    yard. 35c Matting, 24c ys


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    inch .ugs, $1.25--New


    while it lasts.


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    S. A. FRIEDMAN, Prol.

    AGENTS FOR


    High-Grade Liquors.
    SI LVFI BBROOK. PRXIVATE KSTO'N HBENTHARDIN St tMA- f.
    V FI' ,Y FIN F: FR I ED.MA N':-4 E 1'F ;It BAT'E ) 0 ,LD)1P1Rt VAI E
    - ~STOCKN. 12 'E.AR's01LD);OLD) s-f.K VELV'ET. KE.N-
    TT'IA{Y*S PERFECTI1ON OF' PFUITY. AND)
    LOITS- OF OTHE'i BRANDS WHICH
    SPIACE WILL..NOTl ilERMI'jr
    TO I-EN T[ 0N.


    A"Thi- Larepit and He-it Sel-cted Stock of R ,ttl, Wjisk.y ;al,
    Wines for Family l'3e.


    This fact no


    DURHAM Cigars are : .EN : : :
    the finest 5 cent smoke
    Try them at D'Alem-
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    6 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1900.


    CRONJE HAS




    SURRENDERED


    Gives Up the Fight After One
    of the Bitterest Struggles
    In History.

    HIS BRAVERY ADMIRABLE


    Brittish Vitory %Vipes Out SizeeBitter
    Remwnsmbg'.eeuc.- if Mwjubsa's Bloody
    Battle -f Nisa-teq-o@ V....,,Age-Eu.a-
    land FExul:% Wish "Little Rub.,"
    Although iti- Itbu~t utVia Considi-
    ered but a Naiurul S .qat-ne. -4t 1I
    The lie-caniaag of 1h E-d, .uittAll
    Predict a !-pqe'ey ( lilts fi.
    Lomp i. 7 e* --,. -I'L war C. ---his
    received th'- .a. dis;;a:cih from
    Lord Rotretq.
    -PAAl.'11O Ii, le. Gnc-
    Cronje and si. of hi-i f, r c-c cip.l.anci
    Uncond.t.oaa-V a:a' ;LII,-ht &a! .s now


    O6EELAL P. A. CRO .)B.
    a prisoner in my camp. Toe strength
    of has force will be communicated tarer.
    I hope that her majesty's government
    will consider this event satisfactory. oc.
    curring as it does on the anniversary of
    Majuba."
    THE END NOW LOOKED FOR.
    London lMperr Preir:eting an Il:.rly
    'lTrnrleatit'on of llot lillles.
    LONDoN. Feb 27 --"Majnha avenged."
    "Croje surrenders," 1"Great Lritiah
    victory."
    These are expressions being rhoute.i
    a.I over L-'nd,,n today, yet there are
    few outward signs of the natural joy
    that Lord Roberts' dispatch nas reat.v
    Crosuje ha been *ookai upon as asnobt
    a eersainiy for a week past aud n,ow
    that it has coma e:ntLiusasm fins i:self
    d:Pe anted bry aticipati u
    '1n radpgnititent success of "L:td
    Ilb." i. a.iuoat overlooked in tLe tact
    is.it it evacarnu:aeaj wi toe uiin.vcr
    ot!t of s.auubt Li,i ani wipeJl ou: a d;s
    bhoor of ItH eArs' staudinig.
    Wat>e thb a:ieruoun psper. a-l corn.
    mrint upon tts nappy co:ncideut. iteyv
    ,no not forget he sp eatid brav-ry ot
    '* e.Umy. Tiee :I. James Gazette
    S'he sti:endli' cura.:e o: tiho l~ rs
    '.6 n*ot been .i.e to wi st;ani any
    nghr tIe tb (ubariument which :ew
    modern so.iders c *u d nave supported
    tor so many nounrs a they have days.
    The iaflueuna oX the surrender not only
    upon tbe sltuathwu at Lady-ath.b but
    otu the whoe c, Lduct o: tao war wil be
    i't tue news of the re ief of Lady.
    smith only reacau- Engiand, an t is
    possible ths may be tue sationa! happiness wood be tu.l."
    r.ursauib ted .Mljub...
    The G.obos. udenr the heading of
    **Majura Avergc'd." says:
    --We sash nut jump at tne coc usion
    that the war t over. but tuat a victory
    has been ganed winen brings the end
    well Man igut. General Cronje. no
    doubt, succeeded 1in eiaving Lo.an Rob.
    arts' entrance into Bloemfontemn. but
    the delav is ail he has been abe to ac-
    complah."t#
    Toe Westminster Gaz-tte, which is
    trlhned to tie pro-Boer., say:
    "Admtiration for the desperate valor
    o General Crooje is mitm.ed wita an-
    ger at the neceieaty imrc-d upon as of
    purchasmir victory at this cost. Let as
    resmetber Paerdeberw. it we lise. but
    forges Mijusa anad have done warn the
    whole train of masieading associations
    sad mascotevous itdas wnicu i:taetred
    arosld that uuhippr memory.
    lt;e news was rec-ived with un-
    boneded sa:isfaction at Win isor. Ibe
    quael ism4diately telegraphed her con-
    grartlatnons to Lord itober1 and the
    troos. and the inhabitant seizer. the
    occasion (f her majesty driving tn.ochu
    toe town on her way to take a raiu for
    a vtsit to the wounded South African
    *old:ers at the Net.ey hbospta., to give
    vent to their de.ight.
    The queen showed evident signs of
    Ie. p sai.'actioo. smi nlu continually
    1oi< I to ing in r sponse t the congratu.
    iatory cheers. Her majesty took quan-
    tltes of flowers to d;s r.bute to tne
    wi unded.
    A iertel has ben rece.ve i from a man
    an the F:rst Dragoons now in u-outn
    Afriu r

    Tried Friends Best.
    F.o;.
    .3r" lr.v 1'." .*i k IT.T'n fi'-:nd.
    A Known Fact
    '-.r ."t:- hca.aiche. yJ pepsia


    *:'.n a",]- a'd'~e1(i-ieasCs.


    pay tMMspoa reached LAdymUt Car.
    is* the engagemenat as Spie Kop. He
    says the Dragoons were the escort of
    the transport which was 7 miles long.
    and adds "that is why Bailer engaged
    the enemy at Spion Kop. Old Buller
    knows what he is doing and all are will-
    Wg to follow him in site of his re-

    Will B1e Sent lo oape Town.
    L< : N x. Fe). 27 -The secretary of
    state :or war. the Marquis of Lant-
    downe. announced in the house of lords
    this afternoon that the prisoners cap
    tured with General Cronje numbered
    about 4.000 men. General Cronje will
    be sent to Cape Town.
    seeing rnd Knowing.
    An etin .,i t Irl (c1Jef Justli-e who
    was trying :; r::. of w::vy ase' 1ll be-
    f:r'e lhi a wi a, ;i-. a:n ,li f:!rnm r. who
    was proc'i.:.e ti teli the jurv that he
    ha, "'kn,.<. l : .e path for Ok y-ar. and
    my fvyto,.r :.,'!l I as he IL arni my
    gram .l'rytr If -'"-
    "*.t,,:" .'*;. t!. Jud:co. "W e can't
    ha any ,li.r--iv :.\ lincen here."
    "N:" ;. .J lFar:mr Gilos.
    "I L,* :.,w .:. i.:,uw who thy fcyther
    . L'a.' .!i.t 1 .a! u!s i 'd ] tlhe
    j .- : : 'irts of lawv we can
    ', r, ,; !* i ". ",',!.:It w,,I; :ave stnor
    v ;;! ,, ;,': 1 ;+,,!.;i:g m ,r'e nor


    "e~ O :' ". 1 f.r a tal.,'"' re-
    1 ~: --..*t a1 1:14?on
    I t*i .Aea'seed

    A ** .. *.* ." !.e fart (of

    -I'. ,2 \. I ju ry. all it th1 ;e



    C. rp r d'1*ither~m II)ninns.
    -I-. *'it ..:*: 4 Ia al T;.\o n -
    .I ..!..,'4,:1 4'(IIj k

    .aand tI.c':" id'.'IN ys ga t :ireclin
    'I. \x 1 :nz!aajl ne''jig use. trol-
    l.:'r.tw ta I: .;:rit uni songs' as the
    hooeei 'v-ex'fo~r-us:

    t.- c a r. i ; c.. : riv
    A:.2 c~:~e ~ t'cit e uum ig day,
    -And bo ;t o~lso~rvod. this *burn lag
    Itint Lo tohi -i %viva s oriehi agas dt-fluite
    a-I:~a.,:;.' This was none ot
    y o; rt-::,rg,iteeaiaI xxay stations.
    :i-t ;"* t~ if:, uf ticridment as the
    .1:ia:-:t~:M aa c!CUlWicee. Here

    i t~k, tve s.r, .. r,-of -~f mI ^ u~iv wret ch"'I
    i % A!,.,~. s .~t: te livinj


    floubplinag Ili-* JOY.
    'i 'itt. z ii:: 'il it-gi rl's father.
    ~*e. i:ret! ,.to it im::i-khling for my



    Utaieletn !. -!i:.)it. I lpropwse to
    rwi: md 1! 1,eA !I. Vou'afte'r we are
    1:111 ''! a .%wx: Ixx t hene hive- two
    flure -il''IU'' ~c~go Newvs.
    A Ltack.

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    110 10 i'". .!::n-tv *1.-a.~-i vir!-




    S r1'ri-vuc4r'm. or-t rorulone paints."

    tI-z iI t';e' T!I'' *l kiolse'! off In
    ea'-e~ I .' xvi -.-r s fall tc irTio the


    M Rol. WiN%1,-.A Tt" I SYKT'P ha..
    ti--qn u'.'-d Veor 'cx en T Vn 'ar'. by limilionieclof
    uuwtb,-rs for n Tirictiaidrt~n while LesthiT:iv.
    with peont..ct -..'.It a'"eth.'q th..child.
    floftl- Lbrcte l(unin-. aliavoall pain. cu resswind
    Co01C lic. 1a1tiiLbol b.'t repn..'lyfor I iwarrbopj&.
    It will relievre Lb. ;o jnlittle sfeioo~-r imno-
    mo-dimt.-lv. MK'.ii tv iiTUgistokelit every
    part of the- world. twornty-ftye c.-tit. a hot.-
    tie. He. Aurv. and okook for 'Mirs. W:.I'
    ."..utbing tyrup.- and tLake lee another kind.
    %he SmecLed.
    A1.4 ;1te'it tof .-)ve Of 11140 'aitg ~
    chili-is xx -a it' 'atoivptinIlithe nose
    and thn:"':t1%-.A %cx it'ct: well known tor
    her x\ eer~ i I,)Sm;;-!;, vschlools In t h~s
    citr. Sliet' a :taI ir-.trl :is thlieorg:mnizcr
    (If n tiiiiiwr ,t ;mim.1ijigri'tte leaguest
    uliiiiif the s' ~l~xsShea came to
    la'r ciiL'ci !! t% .e I!i t: li-r]v clie' (cumeer
    h't ja~2~ It I!t i tI t!IV Useor the

    'it': ;'- l-Im.,, tor.felluIWthel


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    ,3 a prod and psor'o.s
    rcccrda it is a record of
    criu', of constant con-
    u:IOst over oA s feaf Ills
    of v/cmon; I s th.t deal
    out ,lecpair;f sffring
    thtt rna.ny women think
    Is woman's natural herin
    f-2;; ,difs w z r nedf cdis-
    pfcmanin6 k.. efdrive o:ut

    I'-..d Z -...-
    SLy Pinkharns i h Cr-.pound

    crc-3 these frzisd.'s of
    Semen, and rcbs men.-
    strvafion of its tor:r"'s.
    A!. wimnzaz ncc Rc with-
    Cozt ikf safest sa.s surcst
    advice, for SMrs. Finkham
    coiusE-els women free of
    charge. Her address is
    Lynn, Mass.
    Can any woman afford
    to ignore the medicine and
    the advice that has curod
    a million women?


    Chinese Inquest..
    Co;", ;Kers' Itinlue-ts are \xell known
    amonui the ('hinese. One of the chief
    d:.tereitices between their system and
    ours is that the Chinese doctors never
    dissect. In fact. Clitmiaen have a per-
    fett horror- of dissection.
    There are few things more absurd
    than the code of rules laid down for
    tLe Chinese coroner. In the tirst place.
    he is hidden to make sure that lie hba
    a dead ,l quest. That. however. Is less ridicu-
    Ious tlhan it sou11nds. for the hellthen
    C(hilne is tricky and iii;.y ldemianad au
    Ilinue'st on :. sliihn d';e'eised| with a
    view of extorting toroln',y fromi sometl
    person w' 1 vlho hmay I. dt'[uiulwit'dcl as lia\
    ill: 4'-.-1 1.'i I I ti I I .lath.
    ''te [I,rt'p e :e si gis wtichli shiv owIhe caise orf death..
    If thle t .c-eased is supposed. to have
    't.e'u -. I.snolled. rice Is put into Ils mIUouth
    IlId theln taliw" out nul "givetl to a:
    chi"1;'l.. Its ef'ecet ell the fowl decides
    thte question. Moat of the other meth-
    ,ods adroiptl art'l. t.et more alistrel andl
    fallr;iful. an. as aI result. i tin t ests iu
    'hltma do very little to pre.cutl crime.-
    ('hi'::ago Net-ws.


    lie Won the [leit.
    A showilliiin va-i m1i:kinl g great
    n-11 at the front of the exhibition of
    Vi ounderst he li::d on show. .A man
    standing in the crowd, with a little do;
    b si;tle .I;it (cri-e'! ut:
    "I'll tt you a quid you can't lot me
    se i. l:ion."
    "I' :'" sail the .showman eagerly.
    "'ut down your imon!iie."
    Th' 'li ::an 1 la':ced a soverri'gn in the
    l:ti)d of a 1iystander. au i the showman
    did the -a.;.'.
    "'Nu. w lk 1'i;s i w.y." J. said the show-
    i:; Ii. "';a l I'!l soon co( nvinll' you.
    TtI,eret'" s;ai that corui'r at the tintitif'ul Numidlan
    liori."
    "I1 don't set. any." respcond'.d the
    otl. r
    "'\\What's the matter with you?" ask-
    el! '!,*' s.lo, wn i.
    "I'm blindd" w:s the reply. and In a
    few minutes the blind mani IKwketed
    the two sovei.reitgns anti went away.-
    London Answers.
    How She Knew.
    Speaking of kindergartens for color-
    ed children calls to muind the experi-
    niice of a "et-fo' dle war" matron who
    was teaching oane of the little darkles
    on her plantation bow to spell.
    The primer stb used was a pictorial
    one. and over each word was Its ac-
    companying picture, and Polly glibly
    splIled o-x. ox. and b-o-x. box. etc. But
    the teacher thought that she was mak-
    In- right rapid prouzress. so she put her
    hand over the picture nod said:
    **''olly. what does o-x spell?"
    "Onx." answered Polly nimbly.v.
    "I low do yo-u know that It spells ox.
    Polly ":
    "Set-el his tail." replied the apt 1olly.
    -Memphis Scimita r.
    Dubious Compliment.
    "'And how di l you and :;-atidpa get
    alone Y inquired the doting mianinma of
    the precocious clhihi.
    "lie was pleasant as pie." replied the
    cherub.
    "As pleasant as pie?"
    "Yes. mamnma-short .anda crusty. "-
    Clecveland 'lain Dealer.


    '-1 t!iiv I woatd c1 o erzv-W;'th

    I II wrl'f it-.- Ma.'NVhayff i. s,;-t

    X1e vto, I i 3th r1, i ,- :o: I-.11


    %-.r-anibrd r" L... 'end Er-ve ,-.
    Hn.d' P:.rh-iltqI on. ilnI


    Frort'v'dhe Jaut ardy Lay' lope.
    Faurd: I-.i md ali i .Ein ti--eat-.


    P~iper: IDeani-cca- Cre-pe. Etc., with
    -,4-nipr1 a~nirtmrt-flt aCn


    SUFFERINGIN PORTO RICO.
    Cit zpus'efS~osi Juan lisss t tUp m IM111
    dia'. It-ls-f by Latle.-I
    NEw Yor, Feb. 2(; -A dispatc-h to
    Too Heraii from o ian .,an, P-'..ro ci
    savy-:
    Governor G-nra Da-vis ims~ss rt.
    hi,.9 27.: ufl the .ub;ect of P,..to
    R.can trade given u kL' ttf. v e
    fore t-20 -ELAW e aflLLUit! CollUflllteuS
    thab ~ Xnn ai ;vto ai g a i wnr
    ricnz rj vti:re- 't~ie ~VLtas -Le
    irninen p 'on~b-'eve the d;s

    ll-ue.u"i is %- a eta:, isti.i. Exo~orts
    Bu: :: '.:' rvj r Awz-d ai~ating a
    sci(no T ni. t~iruff pr "ei.The la-
    bc~~n cis-. i.' .:etruig f' romt the
    COa!'e.4U-nr W2EL ci! % rk Auwrt.cin
    C-1 -a i:~ s i:e ~iat r nvestz1ient
    be. au~e-1 :19ta- ik j. a tubie form of
    g,)verULt -7 -
    N, it in,:l .: 1e.:sact jll ii '".tin.~utifllt.
    Ci.cIFtb :-i) --'e vanguard of
    t h t a I. (. -:. c u ra to rs w h 1Ac 1%%i.I i a
    va,: ;:e (.-v .uriul- The Ii1t three
    dars-. a-:1.1',,a~ unn ill ~c, aveliticn of
    the ita:. -n-,-.0c -ll: i-11a SiOCxAtlOU
    Dnise urlvy- u..::a:u53D.)wnuI X1g.
    p t ( -i t)." -niit. w A -4o r- o f
    tue var.y a:r:;v-i.s P :utI, I ), %v
    _'x er t.- Z17 i i : .:1'- '~'
    :!re utam '. '-''re-'-i-nt-i are tex.
    .- rr *: 0 ~ .~,. ne con-*
    ,,.... :.~l'2 au ain:dress ,
    w, m-.n- or Ani-ir-wi, su:pr:ntund.
    en? t 1n : D1 .:s cI ':.:


    31., ig S tr 31itrt (rn.
    3.:-;x .IAM. A: I b. 26.-Many
    pe-p-c ur.' eu:t'e:L'g E.:nmingham now
    to witness the mardi grxs celebration,
    which bhgan t -lay. The mardi gras
    celebration was interfere with last
    year by snow. This will hardly occur
    thlu year. though it 1*- not impossible.
    Toe arrival o lRex Vulcan V was an-
    nounced by the blowing of whittles at
    ail the snops furnaces and foundries in
    the dis;r:ct W LH Engaish, president
    of the Birmingbihm Carnival society,
    had aduiresed a better to every iuaser
    mechanic at the shops requesting that
    whistles be blown when the train bring-
    in ;iie king entered the city. A
    grand procession was formed at the
    depot and rho e ing proceeded to the
    city hail. where he was welcomed by
    Mayor Dr.-.inen, who delivered him tbhe
    keys- of tne city. Touignt the kinir mnd
    hi- court witnessed a grand terpeico-
    iean caruival at tie auditorium.


    ity.- 1 In o -a phi-.
    Mr 'T"ti-. r'e3 "-> Wi.lam J. Dryan
    grriewi in M.-em'is this inorning trom
    Nanv;:til. Mr Bryan wa me; at the
    siepor '.: a" speciIl coIn1:1it tee and es-
    . ire i to tnt- PeFabDov Lotp where
    mn.my promirnisnt Democrats called upon
    the , ,a-t in hour of Mr Bryau was given
    Iv Coitme. W. 1. Carro'l of this city.
    The functri-n was attended by nianv
    ioca:l an.t viiting :gentlemen pro:minnt
    in the c. uan(ls J'f the party. A pubhl
    r-ceprion iwas hell in mne afternoon and
    touigut Mr Bryan ditivered an adarese
    at the auditorium.


    ME)Z1AEY!.1LEMON ELIX II?
    .1 l'iasaneit I croon Ti 'i e
    rn-pan--el fr-tin the fr,--h j-i (,f'.
    I.'itoiei-. 5' ini hlined w'g ii butler ~e-
    tahltotC ilvor ;a ci=. 5''itt,: rti, c rt


    Fo-r *Midri leu- a aac-
    I eeppaIiltat ion andiut h-tnt ifaiI.''-'
    1"*r c--pIet,- I i aIII I a.I- rn%-, ) =
    P ri iI r:et tI IlI
    F-or I-- eif ap7,v*i.tirear' ~id eleilitv
    F,-I I- fe-v er ;. ,Yi etmria and ecti.-
    II.e i-il l Ixir- will nc.? f cii v;r, tI Ir
    (in ef ttip a bovo Itilltiii d dic --. I
    if w tIi c I a I- I-I- fct,, In a t orIpi dIr (), s-
    Pa-.-d liver. -4,)l .,ac'h or k rdaexv,
    Fbi'e aind $1 ("1 hiettle-'- li~n-'
    h'rfoparo (onlyl byv Dr. H 3'ze;
    Atlanta, 6a.


    At the (apital
    I havp ju-t taken theI ltat of twn
    bottle. of I)r. MoNzle '- Le-nioi Eli- r
    for ti-rvi s headaiche, indiize-tioc,.
    with di-;ased 1iver arnd kid ne-.
    The E ixir cure-i in,. I fountl it t.'.e
    r.- latest li-dicin- I pver u-ed.
    J. H. IMI NNICH, Attorntov.
    1225 F Street. Washington, I). C.
    Mo/Iley's Lenson Elixir
    W. A. James. Bell Station. Al.,..
    write-.: I ha-ive itf-re-id :rtu y
    from indiges'ioin or dyvpep-a.a, oth
    bottle of Lemon Elixir d,,ne min- more
    good than all the tnidicine I h.Ive
    ever taken.
    MOZLEY'S8 LEMON HOtT DI1OPS.
    ('ues all C)touth-. Cold-a. Hoarse-
    ne--. Sore Throat. Bronchiti-. H-n,-
    orrhage. and all throat anid lung Ji--
    eaP *. El ga-.t. reliable-.
    23c atdrtzrir-ts. Pr-pareod only by
    Dr. H. Moz'ev. Atlatat.,.(G .
    Buy yiour wife on e of thosee
    handsome 7ar'hO"- suites
    O'rom .lMarston <,) .1/n11.A.
    I will rc.-rti;r otur r w'at ':- 'A
    jewelry in fir-t-cla-. -t.l-. J. I.
    Stephens.
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    Pr,--dJe:.t


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    ; ,I' t If ,l : Wil'-pr :r In
    .." r'~ Krnv,-.. Fork.- ... Spo

    If ifou are ready/ to (o to
    house-keeping., let .ltarston
    "- Finish furniish yi our house
    for you. They will save you


    WEAK KIDNEYS a m- -cecaw-h
    S are favorable to th appcarapn: of Bright's Disease.



    SPrickly Ash Bitters

    S Heals the Kidneys. Cleanses and regulates
    the Liver. Strengthens the digestion and
    removes constipated conditions in the Bowels.


    IT IS FOIR MEDICINES 1% ONE. A SYSTEM TOMIC PR-E[fCLEt%(F.

    SPICE $1.00 PER BOTTLE. PREPARED BY PRICELY ASH BITTERS C
    SOL.D BPY AI.I. DRr X, ., .C A . X F 3. .- .- -. .. .- .
    TIEA1NS AZ]E] l3ROB.. Social A.onts.


    Telephone No. 147.


    Cold Weather
    Coming.


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    Domnpsop. OlserD U


    Coal and Wood.
    4 floanit Nit rA s. $ 1Kza n ;' t
    and Ru: Iron. 1 S:r..


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    McMillan Bros. Co.


    ft Coppersmiths,

    General Metal Workers.


    IL Na MItnfut of a HWdqs for t.eh

    Celebrated McMillan Seamless Turpentine Still.
    Cnlte Otfts wys o hud rak dM i t mte ay.

    _MOBILE, ALA.


    0JHN PURDY.v

    Foundry MM llachine Shops,
    (.'ENTRAI. WHARF, ')CO. JEF Fl EK-rAN ,AND P TINE 'T ETr,


    Telephone 344.


    Pensacola, Fla.


    ATrERN-. C\ C;('r \V -. 1Vol st: i ir<,' l'nilv-r tiann r. .x.r Et. TM nt,:
    I fituril t, Ordtr ini Fir-at-( 'li--, W orkimani likp 1M.rna -r at Ra .t-oi:t-

    Dealer in Machinery, Fittings and Supplies for
    Stationary and Marine Application.


    WAITED. PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
    Wanted to buy all kinds of Secon Dr. TareeIs e rear
    Haid Furniture. Merchandise. Ac. r
    idd-eu Bo0! 42. Physina (ad Surn On.
    l'--.,-A-ti .'. ,.t ( .r.;ory ?t r.-.t
    rI AEy 0r 2, 8.ai;f.,x r.-..;- Ph1...1i1. "I

    Frida? Eve., MarcD 2: at 8 oc Du. Wx. C. DKWBKKY.


    "UNER FIl !"


    OrrIOE-HRuazh Bros.' Drug Storm.
    RESIDENOE-400 E. Taoksou Stros-


    Chaplain Jones, U. S.N., Wm. H. Marean, D.,


    4 tf the h. itttie- !; ;,'ex.,-.


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    lof Oil- (er111r.0l l've'..11 1!. I It itr biU f
    ttt It '1.4 of t.i e i IV.


    THE


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    Place For Pensacola

    Buyers to Buy


    Choice Family


    Hloacapathic PkySlc12u all surior
    Late opif Ocala. Fla..
    Offers ble prof-%%:onal qerviop. to Lb.. .
    so-no of PoDsacela.
    M~pp.-ial attentint. givon n t*o b.tr'e'ri*
    of chronic Mti-.-a'..eand i I:-.a- 4.
    Worn-n and t1i'drtrn.
    Thir'v Y--pr.. t'rfet e..I:iin lb.. Mouiw
    .11'e~rs:-~. a. i .,t 12in.. 2 1,
    itesidonce Phone. No. ZO.



    Dr. Wilmer S. Hall,

    DENTAL SURGEON.
    Masonic Temple. Pheme 364.


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    PENSACOI.A. 'A.

    REPRF.SENT TWENTY-TWo F.
    LEADING FIRE. LIlE. MAAK
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    M'KINLEY WAS RIGHT The Future of

    SAYS MP. CARNEGIE Child n

    f'isplayed ihd':: L in Throe r


    Cri-c~; of +L*-..-,


    cc:~2~js ACJD .7ILY

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    au 'pI;LL.. V b III AIII r.C~A For


    oat .A. t'oc us u .r tlv iilUA'1011ne is
    im-v~s ,by the f'.er t-it tlic prnAi
    a;:~ ;i, bcpa rig:- *.:: i ea".iof tr~ree
    vi-aa:stap-s in tLet .rA:a1a. lid Vk&3
    right in c un~a.r~gdey in decl'aring
    war a,ma.nit pain. m hen he was ai-
    eured tbat his rightful dtamand tor Ca
    ua'izlAU IGaAe ru~e (hio~ike rule in (u~aa
    of the Cacadiai tyi.e) wai within reach-
    Membaa -so; ni3 own partv in congres!3
    were wrongc when tiley tailed touit:port
    the prt-!A":it -in- under a gust nf pas.
    Gum1.1 cclared war c-.ntrarv 1:1 his advice.
    -;i U L" e a.,.azd : a cri-!i3 urr
    .ea't r 'ia! c.so r.g;:"t at Ii:t: s. ;n I xiow,!
    t.u'a !:Ighl'.t 1p 'un*cai wli-am !'iiTk'hi!
    i'~. ri'.1, x !o lic 'cft fur upa:ii to
    -Antmmrt'gar-i to ,:',ik o LxcoL
    ': ~ : r;". r :r !,l ,- very' tirt.


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    t! wa:at,~ .*a*mA i L:-s lv cavry Jr~izt;-
    T2 I' t : (v'r c~a .' iniziI tfl:ii

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    A..*ii to'A 'jI (,a h' ..t!rvAtncrOiai-
    bay z io a ia.w la((,ia.r. :.u-!yiw
    (Infl bi','i .*Ha r LLUUtIZ n L-Vtley h LUll-
    'I.1-itn. 1i*' a:*ase we lt~tte .u"-aflce;
    In tho ..:ut :a V '.A.uu W, bugaig
    gr3 we Qxrn ;-.4'r% %ittl J.
    anm in.>ireai t) agree with you that
    to ad ;. rt'- vner treaty is Tu cominit
    t bau'iT ClliUa 'df'1? roe forttbcomixiii
    caT2.,_ r..'a i.nr'4t ru'v, on who has
    ncv.- r v, ata* mn vtflnz I ut thai Repub'il-
    a'it:',*t ant A whvo hja..-'- ilamay never
    !"t- C jnI -0 a "I 0t0(Is() a,

    DAILY 31A"RKET REPORTS.
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    lauid- !*'.:amiaddling ;;illt4 -t k
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    a'9lCA(;U. IY .eabp' CL4SR
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    I.,ra 4:-anct .rt to'.r o, (-:j the
    a Nx"" t:i -I.(- isi t) plah~yin public.
    _ta 1 t rsare tlirax-tea tow'.ard
    (a~aa.~a~ .111l h ~!a~n of theL
    p~ ,i'- a.'.thi he~r a sca~a'thiuc.-'


    tHigh Standard.
    Son-I ].}g.. govcr nor. that when I
    attain to your years I'll know more
    than you (do.
    F'tier- 'll go yaiu one better, my
    dear boy, and hope that wlin you
    reach my age you'll know as muoh as
    you think you kuow now.-Ioston
    Couritr.

    Wholesome Water.
    Ti#- offlicil aiialy-i- of t;i- w tt,-r
    furiti-hed by the P en-.::e>la Water
    ('o. si.ows that v-ry IS. gS. ;l-.,i of
    -:il cubic ifncie?. col;t.a -;,


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    L00ON


    ..)iOPPOSITE UNION DEPOT.S2-0^


    W. C. NORMAN, Proprietor.


    ( iiaaraae 44 sodlliumA rjII
    Sullphate'o 11Tatlae'i
    Iticarblaantte aof linw.'" 2r
    Isluciarh''a,mit t-- of tim na. m ~a ~ ,
    4'xiii,' airona and aanuaa.uai *o:2 Iar
    4 trgazuac nh Od vlat:, I.-11:1t itr :gA rain,


    Th. tti knavt. praafCr. F. Chci!,V4'r. Pt.1D., (of IT 1 1/I~.
    ca./eandia (.aifg'qe. )'-. 1.%ity., :I hi,%a.,'it..rima ~ 1.~
    tt. j,tIaa*-t tlhat 'At'have *-%*,xr anw.vie'd- i u i
    unopit. ~ llut ioi a. pxtra-'anely aiit. H nii I itbl riiy


    plio*Wltes of tIimeand Sodaa wiv Conipare this stateinocrt wit 11thec-
    prevent and cume thefe diseases water' frim niqrfa('p ,!-fhu. drive'i
    It supplies Wus the matezia needed welk, so-called "5iti- 01(
    to form strong o-s. "red ~ ditcesl.-, now uQed by inmanlare-idfeut-
    blood and solid flesh. It wi also Of tile city, arid ref-ilect thattJ 01,'IS a
    y'ear iaavable sewi-atint-ahllviii ;ad-
    reach the infant through the mioth. 11,.lic) cent.,Ca'titsa 11t), i-at' abot
    er's milk, and be of the greatest a 2 cunt~- a day foir atloo fatcet. 0 bVanY ii'
    benfit to both. no0w t1'~itg smrfaco watf-r filU'd within
    At .all drugzi (s ; o:.and $a oal, I mii Itler of i lfl p ii o'. itHii I'' a ,
    SCOTh' BOW AN E. Chcrnaits, N*ew York. and(1 ):e(tc'rja, call P? ((Cl! a1 a it abu 11
    ___________________________________ aumxt 'aiu;'jly tf wat-t :' ~r rtlit- ti-, ( f
    ___________ -an i% a' ~yiflfatiiiihv. fo I diIi:'
    SCHOOL SU PE RINTEN DENTS. cakt. ~i~~
    Success~ful (onfatrranor- rat Coll IagtPro- thl.i t' Ei".tt. i:i, ra re.-lilt
    fea~ti l aa (' et hicagoi. ira i:i ti,. '.aaa 111i : a' 1. v W ata. '.if It-
    CflC~dO, eb. '7.--The annual can- Ii? ;or i,.1.a'rii t!.#.' lt']i, lt iiraiarh. tv
    ference of the deTparttnint of sup~rin- .;*\te1ia,!a -, pI '- t X-
    teua'zi(110Of ~tile _N.lntouil E1. 2U ation a3- et--'' tat' ita a I-.ti-it.7 1. in, i I a~j
    *o.:ta~ti an opened in .Uaivexisny ha.'., a. ~tah a- l iha
    dav. Tine aea antnauesamong t 11J jII(
    T' I1:., Iva li 1a l ivv'.' ti.2 ill
    its m n, fl !-:r.'-T4 nilre tnaat U-."j uA.:-,;a pr -Ctl t fl: :-1-- v(I--.-a a ~ -
    ft sor., au( nal 1:1 It.'.. j tri an i O d super- 1 .4111:11~ ll-
    '1n r* n: u F8 which 1; teuoi to f 1'z1t I.iait' fn. u, aaT!,If 0
    th'a .T.-ningfs ai4.'.aa. lu. .e ISOi i atIo'-,h-i ofI 'fatin.. :'. Ad
    t..I;.,I .I ai i~'i~n.hdtaJuO.m~ttt in iuthe- E%1.N c, 011rv. a'1,w iL''runig ;tai'I afternoon x". jI i. I
    Swe,(aO. ,a'ito tue d:sc-n-.r~n V :I ,d-'I
    z :1a0 f, u('atla'nal iwo-k. -r't.l~ a i
    u! i EejaniiV I2 W.


    I,,:r.,-, ( 'a% ;v'i '~'a' ant Augos-
    TI :.: ,~.. ;UK :t lu ng.iu bc.iaiif


    :.:: a nd. uii t aiiia.a (if ti-, S Tiff-.p.rt di.
    10:1 -ti' i4Yuv i' :o1 ia 'ntlof Cart-
    t,11:u ( aG.:'L ~~ rufaa'LL cruise t,)
    ciiaraa"-stn t1, i a vo-untary crualce.
    -',''ra.en1 1i m ii ;a.-'ni ag 1 lpoe
    I.. at. aU a ~I ~'~stta't'itilu be two
    'tl .SI (1 U ; Itt ''h hail the re-
    3 7a.-. st '.-"t(11---i n-ii, tul bo taken.
    (in crti'1 ;to the Lnurmh'vkr1r am far as
    .-I is -..L".4o' Q 3 .1 i1 S.
    y' Fv' Fo. Fa:a7. Aza-nts of Penn-
    api-,ali-t-a have R,-cnred opi,
    talls I, i 00au tv(,u-tVC.vo a(Maof iiteatcati
    kana 1Ivinl- en tueiaiuloxar Valley
    rat' no. a near Uri.s:aa. Te: ti. It is in-.
    ten'ieatoaati ()(tp1 i' W q.4-iirrit_ if the' doal
    is V oced. A la-;:- qicrry is area iv in
    o'1~erat iou. Al'catit ,;g nt wilili be ~m-
    plo~v".. Tit hl"'e:a'ii ni-a in quali-
    ties e~cential to u. ahs-i:It.:


    d I d y-o p-a via for xoal.- N'

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    WlN HOP GO,
    -IInpoirter. an I I o. flerb ina-
    Chinese and Japanese
    4.--Fancy Goods,-r,
    FINE CHINA TEAS.
    Na, 31 Sm.ilh i'alafx street.


    Laundilry ()OI'ivo


    F or `Sale. ~11VSO

    ~, ~ ~~77 Train,. l.'ave' Pt-iisaeca o for the i.!ttlt
    cI' trith. C-,~l(1(aI ltav.iw' ', Pivtetto Hei'a'h, Warrlngton. Navy
    ,~. 1 ~., 'Iarai Iland )"-r Ii'arrane.,i% at
    11i2 iI, jif 1. ..t'JC th w / i /(( t:'. na. ar!: Vo' t Fort, Ha-rarcenm 7:lr,%
    I' -wla~ T. rrvsat For, Baarrwn.:a 4It-I],a is .:
    .~qIr ni e Stelroo. i lr :aa4p.in. arrive, at P'.rt 1-arrancitt. 1 :41 T. II
    T P::r;!)21 pit i. iaarrve' at hart batrritne 1:.~ 1):t ipta
    Stow'ell .lla-chl//(V. CL( -/i-:1.5pa. 9t.a.nrai'e at l'ort Barrar~caas7:;-1'L) i,
    /)#l~~*A 4.i -~t~~r 1. Itspn. a, -iveat IFort l$eirrouaracah:t45 pan
    pait O '-d -ivetothirln; Traius lea-ve Fort Barrsnncn for Pon&&-
    'eI 07( Ijs'~ %* t a Furta'.-4 t Ponvtcla.... 1W:1:4 p. m
    I I:.'%) i. u a r v, a;tvant Pa-t'a .- ar,.'ft ...... :4'6 p. w
    Bar da ll t,(I -( ~* 1'~ap. ta. airrav' nt '-i-'(it ... .....
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    Aorci.


    sanic disc&vs without any incon-
    vc,.jenrf% OLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS


    - .-- For Your Family or Your Horse


    Hand A- Sloan's Liniment
    It Mils germ% in a marvelous ran-
    ncr. It is the best antiseptic known
    arid positively cures
    Rhub sm, Craup and Colic,
    I /'Invaluable as a liniment for family /


    Telephone No. 46.
    a


    EST AND MOST POPULAR BRANDS OF-:+--


    Wi:, Uh Ll U y001 !IL,


    ..;/BEERS, ETC.,-iz


    IN WOOD AND GLASS, LARGE OR SMALL OUANIT;ES.


    SOLE IENITS FOR


    PFNNLANI) RYF W11IPKY,
    IBR(OKHII4L SOUR MASH.
    YELT/)WST&)NII RYF WHISK(Y.
    DAIRY MAID) WHISKY.
    ATLANTA BRKWINO 'T'N
    CELEBIRATED) I IRI\T.ii.s al I~


    SOMETHING NEW


    .EVERY DAY7,


    HALL & KLEIN'S


    Mammoth Retail Grocery,

    502-504 SOUTH PALAFOX ST-,
    I'zolophi.onx a380.

    1 X\Patron-. Ni-w aunl (Olid, are ('C>rdiaillyI nvi;,.d t'o \i-,t .,:id Inspiect
    their nimense Stock.



    Delmonico Hotel and Restaurant

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

    *R;: ooms for Rent by the Day, Mleek or Ilonth. .
    311, 312 North Tarragona Street, Opposite Union Depot.
    O-Teiephone 68.--0 [
    ----GEO. WILSON & CO0.,.-0-
    Don't Forget to Stop With the Fat Man.
    _ FRESH VEGETABLES RECEIVED DAILY, IHOLIESALE IR All IT .
    " lat th.' I IVI.Pensacola. Florida.' I "iaftr."


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    First National Bank


    O~' PENSACOLA. FLA.


    W,%. H1. KNOWLES, W. A. BLOUNT. F. C. BRF-NT, W. X. HVER. JR
    D. G. BRENT,




    LI'Wn drr~w our own P,i of F'7zliayie ou h'tPr I:nieland
    Qernianv. Fratnce, A.:Trt. t,-.17, 13a'1 p~i.i(l nl t= I:i,A Nor
    "ray, 13wf.J-n, Devnm,-rk,%,ai otfier iEi:7cpso:'a zun~:::b.
    XW'Vo,3iqls Dis.3--tr-Apo hn mf~~.s~,TriA their
    ()blizator.s Taken Pay.n.bliat jort cf)ltl!, 7;-..er F'ftem Day3

    AVZSafety Dc-po3ki Bx-onfar r R r- Connection
    with whiot2 we hnvo n t'~Ap- -etfar the Us.


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    T!'Ori'POR AND JOl-_EP, OF



    r.)-., N.', Azxo. hx-ovel, 3Saw Mill and to.rmbat r'i .: Coc:k.'
    acd Heat'ing Steve-, Paint, Oi- 0.:nd WiLInd- OlaWF,
    Ag-- and Tinware and Housefurn hs!ng Uoods-
    Gns, P:to: .ad Fi: inu,- Tackls.
    AGENT for Birmingham Rolli;.g MiliA Comprrny, I, v, re Glank
    Stitched Belting, Northampton Emery Wheel Comp-any, Laftin & Rand
    Powder Company, Johnson's Kalsomine, Iron Ring and Buck'. 4 Stove;
    and Ranges. Win. Coup A&Co.'a Raw Eide Lace Leither, Mactry'3 Ready
    Made Railroad Colors.
    Masonic Temple, Pensacola, Fla.


    JOHN McDAVID, H. A. WATERS,

    REAL ESTATE AND BROKERAGE. Butcher and Green Grocer.
    CITY PROPERTY, FARMING PHONE 172.
    PHONE 172.
    AND TIMBER LJANDSi Fre-h Tennesisee and Native Meat-,
    FOR SALE. I Chickens and Country


    A child's life may be
    blighted by the diseases of
    youth, such as Rickets,
    which is characterized by
    weak bones or crooked
    spine, and inability to stand
    or walk steadily, or Maras.
    mus, that wasting disease
    characterized by paleness
    and emaciation, or Scrofula,
    a constitutional disease of
    the glands and neck. 6

    Scoff's Emulsion
    of pure Cod-Liver Oil with Hypo.
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    STHE DAILY NEWS PNSAOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1900.
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    PRESIDENT COMER BURIED.;
    RPNo~ie Of C~mtal of G-orgl aRatio
    Way an4 Prceseloat di Eiwrxlae
    SAVAvicAm. Fea.;e'. -.The funeral of
    Mr. EL &L .Ccuinr. 1.ee*iieua:of the Corn-
    tra! railway and ae :O (cen S-E.msbip
    coupsa. 3C7k Paixcs Wi. imorning. It
    was larg'.'v Q-tf'flei. -Ta. bops and
    cffise of taie C-ctral were c.oved d~ur-
    ung the cnine~~.
    The deia-.L ,: Mr C rner removes
    fro= I S.ive: l 'ne' e 9f re nios- 'a-
    menl% c-t;:t -*, -. i or 4rv r Zr-.i ro his
    mBgnofts.; ; ---S!: I a- 'flu 13 Me
    bown, -e,-,f the c~tv.
    If n.'eV t. d an~d ss~aa-'Ovs in
    -,,santocr.v was


    was 4AC!- -i '%:A i.:var- I nV td'
    u3!a.: a~e _r. l .(t.9 A"c'



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    -topp.-d t Av r: iiU'" 9.! 'i.ruts- I l~f-'.1

    j- but "ne Pain-Killf,-r. 1. rry lsi'
    Price :.'c md joc.


    4Sirlk eg Weav-" IC II apta:-d-
    PHIAIPa.tFaXInA, Feb. 27 -'The a.:rike
    irf! 9*30 cp'.aclqt4&y wt1retL-, wnv'h was
    oeimn asb-,ut A eek~i &::r. wa-i Te-as
    foff knit USZ'-.t :y thU Welk'u'e.I n"p MA
    gt~ o %vw-rA .tthe,, izurem zaw-i L 't-'
    toeir I r~ey %T;:!re*-Avee in
    addition 2.ta)ii-'-'2 !.-r con', isr-aae 10
    cents i 're L t 2 z,-r aiii(v-3ru7e.
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    onot anlI Lq":an'lr k .."i ');rn Au;aana.
    sc 9'99~l '-.It :..'91 .1.was dine in
    -'I b. 99.91a% : Wil,. -.11" 0Z-' ., all old

    Dover (u-ni'' ~ yisr~~e
    aud is ia i i

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    at Rai'ca 1j"a.A.:- Fib ] andwa-.c.srriel
    graisi,uI'(- 9u.1munican,)n flt-ptweteu L')n.
    dar. asci tn-. a" .rces j'u;7t9 ~ e


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    DURHSTA Cigarshav
    been tried and fire tcz+L-
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    Coffee:'. fee
    We c ~al! fth'z aftentioll





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    lirpc" r rr wis to7klnthe fi"9ramt n'i th',
    iveigherw~q lauIt r --3U!91 l"lettired.
    At 11099(1tt'.9' 3"'!V-UtPtall `1 tIvieai Car.
    n rv IT, r&,4e rn.-'m". traversi~ntz hA Tarin.
    ('79(l 'oreetq of thfe :'it.1. 'br-nsands of
    l'e~-b ined The) ki !h'wr%:k;1 tr V-ew it.
    Tonig~ht an i1lnrwnatpi allestorical pa-
    rad o -)'or t ac-.f!I i()wa d by t he' k in gs
    t-ai at the aB1 i7-"rizim and nutnerou'
    smat-'er ba..Q at ')t~i.-r pixarci.
    Mialopi In Alabstria.
    M 9.A'!*.9.Ala.. Feb. 2 -T he
    sales of rnu.eq Lare this yeaLr are phe-
    rnrmenal. All re,-ordq of former years
    have been I-roke@n and still the trading
    goes on utlibated. This undoubtedly
    betokens a Nzi crop acrieswe tor thtis sec-
    tion. but t'o r.e 3ris nnqz urn be tsicen to
    v-present thai k-~r')p stack purcuaasee for
    this vt- :tion atbcn'.



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    POITCA L ADUCIIIT

    Forte Rresc,.tatie..
    I hereby announce m~a'elf &4 & candidate
    !,)r I4.eprvoe~ntativo-of Eacam~bia Coniwt In
    7aL'h i1au- SUb)JeCt LO the IDemocratic I


    J. 5-.WXP'T I(L
    Fiur Sheriff.

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    -AMARDI GRAS SALES.-


    We are prepared to welcome our
    ho.e and visiting people to see cur
    Spring, Line which we are r''cc -i',
    rapidly.
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    We positively carry the iar:e3t -r
    most tasty line of Ladics' .hirt Wai-.ts
    in all colors and prices.











    Sbig line of Ladies' and Childr
    Slippers just received.


    In Men's, Ladies' and Misses' root ear
    we are the Leaders.


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    Carpets, Mattings, Curtains, Window
    Shades, Etc.

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    Title: The daily news
    Uniform Title: Daily news (Pensacola, Fla.)
    Physical Description: Newspaper
    Language: English
    Publisher: The News Pub. Co.
    Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
    Creation Date: February 28, 1900
    Frequency: daily (except monday)
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    Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
    Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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    DAILY


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    PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON, FEBRUARY 28, 1900.


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    Ta 'e, arid!"proee( ..i#,d -owly half wj%
    i tLaround the room, to the fr'.iit 'irt,,,
    -~ ~1. ~ r~ k~fl t'i-Oln, followed by bex 'i '
    Honor and their PLIteiid~ullt :Sire=,
    inthe followit P rer
    fill ~MksMry Aiken iiwith Mr. .Janme~
    I!~ C. IIwats~i,a I-'% Ed:ta "Avery with
    vd1 i 'r. Fran'. II mz-. aud Mi i; N. jje

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    bowed her (qitui, h' &L il tl I
    i~ng P'-;-,.3 aand if3 rtDy,3l Reti-,nue Take ,the inre-vdi:.
    ly-jewell,-d crowni upou hher heai!
    Tlow:. bb7 Storm- :nd lud er with ik i iixiV coal tv-V. too
    ;A-f .~at bt -;iji e h iiT1 lnam ile, hrld
    plauditsi f t hLr loyal subjerct,:.
    Almost iwanfediale folllpw in- the
    4. crontation, the .rchf-tra ou lI1lC.I

    11ac.and teroyal ~d i-~i((
    tr nin the th, ove ard Ie-d th in re h
    fit.![owed by il;# :r liim-0i~etd alt'tl-n
    T 3 Sulencdid "E_..cnt, Was Inaugurated and tt oiiD"Vik ; idtile
    suming- tt'.eir place-;, the k iij- gave
    Carried Tnto ~fc by the Clerk's Union-, the siivt,.l for the d~anciig to) boriti.

    ,hey U0 ve Succeeded in. Numbering Pen.- the roYA tnti ts or idIt --et
    iminediaitely in front oIf t-I~ throne.
    flacola Among the Successful Carnival several -(-t. of maskprs wort) fornied
    in tht- reina iniog floor spaee, and thie
    Cities. chiefe f e:'joymnet, of the eveniulg be-
    (Iw(oi' ,* m *iiiI.~-r- ci Iti- ( G V- l rf"Ilil! entit treet to *iowth bit'au- A t !Ii o'clock silence -va z coin- ,
    Vniinha,-e,,o-edO'il'. if Ma nded by Mr. Arthur H-. D'Aletn
    !On Govern ebterrh.1rrgu te, representing the Ma.,ter (if
    with~i'Y d~l ~iY Iit Chase and Roinaua street, along Ceremonies. and from the st-p4 of
    ad]~i at~terjewel to, Pcusaeola's 1whlich tile Pag~. int oved.- the throne, he announced tOut the
    er~lwll.Promptly at 8i clock an imimenRe tiug of the Carnival would now re-
    11cr. :after Wc.t-rz Florida and lbower pot shot a rainbow of etars velhmef to his suljpcte. Amid
    i kvrdtth conroPatx a husn of expectation His Maje-ity
    S',u:1.#ru Alaih ~tia. p. jl.- ill C lCome yw'd Gatcuthecone ~~tredf and o slwly removed hismnia.k-, exposing-
    too P, -"- owize~ti arigenfr blazed out and tile proces- *the familiar features ofJdeA(.
    I r~fe:r ii.~.knowing that tilhey sion imved.- Blount, Jr., and the hall Lfairly ranig
    wil ber..~ly.-ztcruind tmid~X Mar-h-il Frank Wi~de ari inni t-With applause.
    ed Pohl- went iii advance, followed aiz.wathmr-s*dan
    halIf wiltI: t' It wouco(0t tL~eiii to g110 1 W)Ol c .- continued until mudilight, whenthle,
    x' o:i *~tr~v.l itwith jflie~l-t i phieu :itivezat of A41 Wedniisday aud the'
    ii'l-. Vaa u .r- *m I V lim kin*_ 91eh'_I ,Il-wit! b.-zintin in~z of tilie L.e on tft i s ;v'n
    tt-:: : i .tM. r ii rai-ctel.!r i i-t I I'A%,itrtiod to r,, vf-1er-; -) ceast' their
    1: .2,Aee rg vA ~* .-~S i 4 : ,.' O~A j-rt-4 tlid hii-tin-ii nto the-ir i'ii
    T:. t~. v 1ied il I e.*-Wall, di IV -1: b.." .1 xzo-tj of Ctf. froishineont-; wure s.-rV-.d o11thle

    ~.iiiIt' :,te i~ivi b-e-I 1ih~ta~~i~~~laded t (H;- ro'itly to tho- flitifot-rtof the
    \ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ t l i* t ti ti-Il re iid i fl zd- i i- ci yiw~ :i~idi tito he proce'.1ls of
    Iwii flt to tie-n ar- n w 1on '- Wi. 1) -h)r~. the en 1-rla in f-teiii.
    V~i(-- fit t illb' giod iI1 (1-*, j A f-I )-r *, fi ):i, -pr -It was te iiatoi-d that to,)lv- t han
    tHo' d,; x, tAr I,: L..Ie. l i ~ptt-l at ih t. o al ball.
    Awrvi'. 4Ilgl,4q' li'air -21- Ulhn idluu 4ilico~n-1tiupoin the C(erks'' Unioin and it -
    P~>.-x :z. t r..t: .*.F:--i~i- ~t.~ii~~ l'.~ i~.; h: t-id. wal- iudiv-it:uail ieiixibuvrs for t I:.- inipir-
    *: th-o t o 'L f '- n'a-Itilo. -d, i.the *:'i!,r ilotats- AAi,'1lci LLe--t Of the Htliu or,)
    -,i.-~~~ ( h%- ,-l:-. l -~* -zc L~' IeiiA I d inwiet#-d ulitt Uthe-ir PeXCejlt,. j('()--

    Tn. (c'ohlin Poiicol-Itz-ivi we-ro' thu


    rI\I 1i 4 : ii---~' sf' -:,1oo-iori. O di~te t-IeII tithuough t hey held o qwll
    I -* i~.*rl'.*a : ha Hi 4 -I~i 0 : ~ ~ ~ ~ -=le. iowork-, by the :war, i
    v K. -;=il'I 11 t~i'i e tr4)i..I;Z1Y t''.tn oiiindetl 11Vall.
    a 4 rvi Ho- I iit;- .~~. ~ ~ )Ihriw'.. h# fe.o'tivitie'.the oflicen-r
    rr.. III It.froni tli.- M aichias tidv'&it-#-d to the,
    Q' Throne :1121 (id hiomige to)O te dit g
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    ...... 11:41. .14--A!i'd, M Fell
    .2 it .l.;r~V. I lrr-it- -'it to) 1 irllicijatte in thr- fe-ixvities.
    for. ve:y tHli1,4~- F'uiiM-';Ire'!1ry, C~. C (~idt he YI:xo !i:1.i Ws ~aat San .J :"Iii.Pot to
    fi! (I f:,-in -Il Maniz:.et'qre(\,[;c il0. Mi ll P -o. :'hlad to travel I iwt' !iiileP;
    ~~~~~~~~~~t it o l i' t.. o2.i I...lat- hrolu -;f-vert' -torm to e at le i oht, ro4.
    .1 ato. 7 .1 1,,- 1,,- xW:&_ I l!2 A-. I, -tuil1.. C.. lv. 'l; A .itiesTl- n ~ili- i.i
    (9. Sakliul; A.1reI1I-tnitu-riIyil inmaking thle.day the-
    a~r..r .1in h.- -Liu (I l-: 4-rY .utro-, 1. I 'e ; a hii .1.~i~im
    IIIm tihe hay turtied l 1-0.1% Iil l 'z1,-n i-hnn; rac. l hat it was.
    -if~tt -r--uz.. iiri -utl.li 'i t Il 'oit El'. Li-nxlei' Ru4sid, W Tp he day was perfect andti lotigli
    1 .#-stO irn .I gzai ere rai-iwl ves-ter-
    liaultl- 41',ualded wit IiLeitli-WiLtimn;ti- 'rkf-y.NI. P. Poui1ifay. ~itrIi',th or Knwa
    ~I -Il...1o u. tIIarI, nxehfJr: : i t tahtiLto Q. H ieal. l4d-.ki.]adidii not tako command of
    hlt alt IuP a:l'..---.P.i i. 1hcblve dthotto ity unlt.1after the ball was lover,
    C. t h o-. e aiazed a blui-ter to let folkq;
    lIL !..ifa ri 1at) aiitlit IIIiC I' 1 O..jit'-&I tit* I1: N S.\(-ii,( .to( II- tEN ox4) il*'rI-I: GI(.i- n ic s wa ot t~
    t'.., r'y.#l r :h'.dw hl.-i' Nii'hi-- Atar'-lip _",.Ileari :- '" ta t'icsWs o h
    'Att-at-ly- cart i P-.Iriso-uz, Miiz .Iti.'~s IRilb%, il-o.n:lnt tILt' i.
    i'~.-Dr.*.B-ll 'at Cough.Syrup is still in the
    1. tih uil -Mit llnd ug- I i 'urchti d. li.Mi-s P.11:01"-a 8-injam11;u ,NWt- Tit. pe(l)oe Net-ta to Ilik.-thee nult re--
    Afe :orthe kizi -t a 'Intt-rv-d li- tca r- ~ 'ga.NIi!-s (iraq- CaIlm, ; 4ti h. Iot) v., i meglifcililO. andi ,we don't t b lame
    r g- Mavtir J. MI. I! ile rI v i -N.u~- ire:. ia; Pr\11.. I- iwi-.1-4a:zze te biwt ri-tredv for a dtiep-
    am-Iin o-h c--s-u lo~d pi'h'iiit~d ~ela l~uri- Meico 1)lloii oua tt ; orcow, id. l1will oetTec a cure


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    i hrizn res.p~inio~d iP, Li-; II t tnim-l BuIt,)w Ni Y-;- Kt Fore 1,..i ino-r, J .
    '0 -ii~ t IIw'aC(C g:i z(-thby ui~tt iv I1ai,'.Ehen (eltmior I
    %N !i -i -toiod toj laI -i-aIt- .P. lelstnpv. .1. AVri .
    Thoo- pmn tde -wu~ Pcifoam --iI with i.11. ii~,II-W haite, Jo-c eJacobN'
    t-liogansil Ilit-p ~-till t~l'i-,ar- U.eNil
    nuao-M l-umIhhi:ttitiand NI major (*adef W hijle the fl-ioat.; were f.-w in nium-
    III an111 i it-rAIA ltIC~ap3tai.; tL 510 olad I r a- coin; pur-"' wi Lth New t-lea n-.
    I l~oi io aeo ha-aitheeodlii tih tm-v wtoulA have doone credit too that
    military' tinder C4o1iitifl'ieIof MAf~j- F ,nciC0t tcariaFl cityc, and tre.ev itn
    I:. IM. Cary of tne.- 1i~lidzidsa t(itC oontrate tttit wai tI rzu-r nieatlis
    tr.0~ ~ no xt '0'e.ir Pl'ena o.o.LIa lIii ake a (lis-
    dispi Vl Qtlt, :avi;that t-nouthldindumce ial her e-
    ZrdI~s =tever V111 -dS.t!;,--r.- I,, 'ort main at hmon,- to) eei:, III:I hi 1,g,
    ,latirtiII'-r~'int.-un :id II"'ti "#'S- illthOWu-frk mintone i'ito~r,-thAn this
    .,,I o r Il it; b I-v l i ',I !iEIa at N'-. -- o .
    12 ti'll2 il ~r~tl4.AK'f"Int arili-!ila Tioe-di ll 4of Ct-e f~irtv d]'''I'-v wri-
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    A Severe Snow torn.
    C IH'< %.<, Fe.b. 2,.-The wor-st
    -noiw torixin or the soauon is till rag-
    i1g h.-r,. street railroad., are block-
    ;ad,-d aun triinsm from other towns
    :ire hours be-hind.
    T-ied to Kill Castro.
    ('CARA4 s, Venezuela, Feb. 2S.-
    During the carnival yesterday a
    V.Unezutil:ii fired two shots without
    effect at Pre-ident Caatro.

    W althly Merchant Doad.
    FAAv.NAtn. Feb. 27 -Simon Cucken-
    b.iiuer of iha wholesale grocery firm of
    S uGckenheimer &S Sons, died today.
    Ha c.nae to this country many years
    ng ) nd for some years was a pick ped-
    d.er. liHe leav9is a fortune of several
    huaJred thousand dollars.
    Or.lr 'Frosls F'roseii Itallway.
    V'iiiL.DFPil.TA, Feb. 27.-The Bald-
    win L)como,;ve works of this city hai
    rpi.v.d an < order from the Parisand Or-
    .ear.- railway of France for FO 10wheel
    r ,:t--~iir lcon- motives. This is the first
    .- e :;ve rntract ever placed by this
    S-,t in Amnerica.


    A Healthy Stomach

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    ilitter -treo eiill W ik StOll) .!.-.
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    '., i 1 ern:t initi( i I" i .'i. .ly-p,.-;,i i. bili,,ui!'n--~. in:iw':i;v,. Ilv.- ,.
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    I w:11l rure y. i. S -- tn tl a Pri'hate
    .elenne Stampn cov.r- tl: n-ick ,*t .
    )bottle.

    It 17as go H ostetter's
    Stomach
    Superior Bitters


    POLiUTIiN rWOF IATEIl.


    Congressto Investigate This Im-
    portant Matter.


    31EASI KF: T I:u.NI.Y PPORTED.

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    lient.er'r o1 s ii t 1- .. *. Mr.
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    thlir,,-:'.,u1i !he I Iitt, l Siales failed in
    the li oni-. the frii its of iuchli a: in-
    v'eS :t i .i:t i-a will inot allow thle nI:lttir
    to ir''. lut intelnil to, push it
    :1in 10i4' othIr waiy. Alrendy a bill has
    eteni reoptrtd in the' s':late. which wias
    iitrotI.l -'il -oile tilne ago bl y Senator
    C'ockri-ll, \hiii h directs that an inves-
    tigationli I,- iadeil lby the marine' hos-
    nitail s!'n ice'. This lluve is ilaulie'l


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    t-ph rains. It in aftO.4 Such o i lii'ias t'uIC1-
    man anxd 4 lar'. too k(eep he'ie hotja'Ini %
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    it a stirrIng til. Ar~rni- W'. Di)UN.


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    With 1oo401... Nl tlw(no's tillam the out The busiest and might iest little
    WIi'il.-bi Ii: I!4inl t110hIOUSP.heiuo It thing that ever was mado ig Dr.
    2111-- n i --tia aiirotiltVt o e.0- Ki ng's New Life Vilk. Every pill ile
    In., ivv 1.1. )IIV ll il 1! -polia & suwar-coated globuile- ..f hellf th, thas
    ~ n-n a. or foriy f ~ t T !. uot. l) it c xa i,-e s w e uk i u -s. in to -t r e-n g '. h 1 2-
    .f t'v-:.,'~nnlrhyfor ii josiil'.hiitl&s-l.--". into eno-rzy, .brain-faig into
    !t: t'n '-11 tl!-. 1oo11,011 l ot' till' 1men1tal power. 'I'ii'''r w, -nd erfti I
    4 :I :--- -T 11i1P25li.-hIt.I rin building Up the health. Only 2Za
    it 1_.L 1, 1.%,-.i.% 104~,4 lliWi-.1: '!-Ii. ~il- p. box. Sold by W. A. I)'Alem

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    I. l-'I. It 1t-~s u~t~ Ii. ,. .11o.% iNIP 0h.!-i'r of lihe''u, (ait-life, a.


    I,:;! 'i-I,,I Ii2i f I!Itfn1 4o10r11,t1-11 H1 hP ti 'in l Cjnzr'a-4 t-ta'ot.u u-,: tha e looto
    I'l Iiin : hI; o r lil'.>1 -i -. >"i th.- it'or r ini d 1(18 oIIedl her
    1:0 ',:lefr -a i it 11,- h.i. rel'r -l 1 ci C1 I .: I,.i bYI. :i-i 24 ur.a iT.3

    1!.I~ hrIa~ t 1: 't l!"o.o,00' ii ih' 11; 'ali 9 sitA '. i'.1t it I-ar.- rr~ Thie
    lp ;:!.II thi-.if 1'. -ro -;:- it. I,i qoo 'r t T'--rf-A It w I-i *.,I ;un &Ii ',Iof yards
    to- it 11 ~e1:-tl-.. jh-nta!tmi~o ? k) -o r away tha:.


    tim i t-i- t' owe i rl.~ :,i,o a. pi~ t I-j- i ,(oM,:-.-)Y v:a bmu it a i I-woak-

    -!w i-i:h~ han1;,Sa~ciu I'l !,:I., 2n2-- o\ f ', -,a 1%,I.' of3 to say it.n ithe
    t 9-- a' ri-oV.r!a ti : Ir o lt :!v-i fur To : l u(0 Nvith 1-; Brook
    -Ir : I~-- > :-:ni oo7N -.Ilin.u--i J ~ r o~ n w f o.rq ie


    4 i A-ueIh iii-. Ioro1- r vi' II -tn-I rfolk- Laxative' IBroomi) (nam ain.,'rabuotio. A3R
    -so -t n:~ ~ ~ (ri1.zt4trt-.t re-und thee naowsy it it fali toZ
    5511 1. -- -~ eurs'. K. W. Gruli-o,*-i,,nut~ueit t1-4 *W~!
    i~ iii-ttto- I!-r 10.'-t00-: -I') to) id'll bo ,;
    o~r toi t in f -i I*. P I -r'ti ,slit.-o f ho t o %-0ili _
    tiri~'O I~2 12 r~t~- itnpe :o-five Thousand Bolls
    ito .11-- a-Ii- of-u u'.-' Mr-. I (of 1Wall Papser itt *?swk. :ail or the IA-
    Z--l 4 l-it-1I ipn 101. lot :i nI 0 tos,-- t pattern,.at' tid iiorts -cionjin r.
    'I% :it# ,0o f Now 1: 1) Vt-o ''i '' li (e t I ~2li$1.- lC iil E
    qn--ilvii 1:' -o~i'wo-It.-olWd Ii' &Co., No. I I N. Poa Won,

    tow rio-- ro- --rx:'1~-.hI II-or w Iii-f4,rtill-
    ili;.eliA- lt r1io i'lar- ~rDon't buy, a nithtin 6 bi
    tr-osihn-2 tt--- n:--h~loL'licl .0furniture or house,- furnish-
    Coaeslit-ite) lIf:%Job. ifl4's untl y fou havfie seen,
    TheeI.;tl0 :n I"- o o!toI r ey-1fal's'ti.n 4-Fincht's stocks.
    llos~~ otlilw h tToni-I f'~trrnThteire ricecs are low' their

    'otof l.ft:it1rp1,04, sit'ock- is com~plete,1and they
    to A. a I; -14itsiri -iL' Will sell You what you want

    in A t .tol :o 1 it. it ,: : :0 a 4, 0 A.---%
    '0.1 ii: rq t Itho pinii to -nh e ilj 1;0,I li
    l'o1 f;!,t rtill- i eot ;1#.4s o rlt41h f It- i:Ik10 Wto is RaderP

    huetilii' 110-1 %V1, 4V'0i I It iltitt)jt. l4 e's te Man that sells
    iol-ito e:-iiiiiI. 8 o-A e-Furniture so C epfr
    :--- tolo- i~d~ I ~ ICash.C ea

    o-nll'1o'-- itwh.'0eo L:41t.. -ni t it'' ii-.aI I ine''%


    lITo a- :t--a Is til r--. n-o iio t ih t :tl-Iir..;f nie] i4 it.I! #.... ve
    I H.: tir~ niol.Ilito-li 1111iil-l I ~'~:It I 'iI kill-.'tl':,"- mii J'rI-tn .'. io'-and
    of L. l....-: iL- 'jb- h-- 0l-tlijo oI -iI..h I t~M cak J~ -ree~mi tite-aa
    t( v- 0 'r l t ii ~ i e T'ih'-t :sl J ~ e I it:a a s '- i e r S a
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    2 THE DAILY NEWS: PKNSACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1900.


    EMPLOYMENT OPFICK.
    Uing up 382 or call at the office.
    11 North Palafox street, when in
    ieed of a carpenter. I. D. Hoffman,
    Business Agent of the Carpenter's
    sodJnoiters' Unin. will furnish yvu
    with the desired help on shortt to-
    tice. 125"'f


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    All Connected
    Ready for Use
    for...


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    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.


    hsigi Set U| ca Til.


    PENSACOLA Gs CO


    No. 3 8. Palafox Street.


    James Hughes'


    Boiler Uforks


    Steamboat and Sawmill


    Work a Specialty.


    t-texmtf lflI4.i1 r.Tank- a '.d Shuv~dTrl li
    Wilrk %M:1imnf:.cTurfd atiwl R,-
    All KNit~d-.
    809 to 81It3 Scrli Palafrul 11'trcct.



    THE HEINE ACAMEMY (rF NNSI "j
    N ti. -'N I -, ,Prf!.i! -k S'-. -
    MISS EVELENE M. HEINE. Prircipi1.
    MISS IDA PIACCIO.A-:.'.


    Best- ?atent Flo!'ir.
    Ouir L'''fth i J I Rlty!
    P'af cuti's th 'c If," .r
    canflbe pe fiv-~ c(1u b)l ,/:'
    ,,till.
    For.~cf. l- It, .V.;.v r,;. ' (1
    the he4 I ire'i /ja t Forrotl: i
    th~e nin rkc/.
    .411 i;adeir 1)' v Tim 0. E.
    Stanard .1111? Co. (and(fin-
    gale lby,'YoewOrleans (;'ro-
    (ceryCo.

    Phone 10-5. Proprietor.



    m"1 I.. 1 I- I I fr" c r. R


    THE DRESSY WOMAN.


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    f;ivu o a 1


    ,fta ot inl ail
    1-01Ai:'. 2!.-.' -- I i 4V .21icI-I rIt~t 1-C.

    I;( I, v '1!:.1, t- 1 1'te q Itt- i t h n tilt, a is
    x it :'I i : !:, 2~. - !- I fr..i.t Jliiing it
    i~ .,-h ~ .. ::I;:Iti:v- it h*e the iwaist
    Ia 'C J''':tho -:tik cqat :;s ('10of thle
    5ti1 1 *i. Iti r tl ;'l i t- v4 u :arkal,;e


    s I!! I 11 li,! Lt t .21.-ht.t --No '- w Y(rk

    RECENT INVENTIONS.


    A it 'tttnnniuT'.ntor (CBof -.flt
    I-'t'l. imi.'dc~'...trvd tin npliatral t- to rv--
    ia. ivi'it fi1:1skins, 4umphy~itng ani
    U41,' t1 ii Hashin~g lknift., which iinjuslcit lli-
    thcr ttle it oi 1.1 no' the 114.1t.
    Typ ie faces f a Inew typewriter are ir--
    ra:iiivtd on inoi .type b1 a rs iin rt.w! of t hroet
    'it i.lNvth siftn: 1:4 -3.is for aju-tim*. '.1.
    bars to stibr.'the 'lutturs 41&'sil.rim, -:
    two shift k-43-s t-) ri;ttit(] 14i l.%%r lt'e
    type bars,.
    ti-al port;.ij.,f tile c .t. tort..',*ti and

    an 1Coe tvtr %li, h ii*'io ,litth ltei all
    Kos4W -an'I c qtha d O-at'th.4.
    A p .. c1 ; ,f tt t4.'t.. j:t4'.. :

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    ''Aft*-r (141'.ir- ftaile'd to) cir'e tI

    titi earth O4r iiv.4.l'inlZ citii:1'. It
    cur. d my v rrtuitlulildren tif th'-
    w.-,r-t CI..wr its.- Jnoi4. It-rry. L'-

    '.illr. Ctires coug!-. u.Icdd. (Fi~llipf
    31!(1 thr..ttt and lintr~tthlrs. It
    waysv likp it. Mother, i ii'I..-P it.
    Hat.rgis< Pha rmacy. .14)1111 : i epl'a rd
    tild i6t. Kahn.


    BRITON AND BOER.


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    CASTOR IA
    F-)r Infants a~nd Children.
    The Kind You Have Alwajs Bought
    Bears tne

    11)'- uz! T o Y V .S l.a."

    ..i'u\*t.I~'ll' rint t U. W1i-n ia

    btevtro.- "ftr NYour Cii. ..l 1lf-r
    Vt'T1 14S 1 13110S


    F1-IA'il11) ANA) GUU-' LAND CO.
    '2 ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ,h 14 Pi-, 2 s l' .:A 'Z2". I


    Scrofula to


    Consumption.
    Any one predisposed to Scrofula can
    never be healthy and vigrous. This
    taint in the blood naturally drifts into
    Consumption. Be:ng such a deep-seated
    blood disease, Swift's Specific is the
    only known cure for Scrofula. because
    it is the only remedy which can reach
    the disease.
    S-erifula apneare'l on t'-.e h"ad of my little
    grandchild when only 19 i; ,n t'is o!1. shortly
    alter t raking out it pyea rapidly ai' over
    her body. 'I e n."abs (': the sores would peel
    Aff on tihe slightest toiuh, and the odor that
    tould arise made the at-
    r,..sphere (of the room
    sick lining and unbearat le.
    'hie disease next attacked
    the eyes. and we feared ile
    would lo).;e her sight. Em-
    inent physicianA from the
    surrounding country were
    consulted, but could do
    nothing to relieve the lit-
    tle innocent, and ave it
    as their opinion that the
    ease was hopeless and im- d,-
    possible to save the child's eyesight. It wal
    then that we decided to try Swift's Specific.
    That medicine at once made a speedy an4 com-
    plete cure. bhe Is now a young lady. affd hUai
    never had a Sign of the disease to return.
    Mas. i'Tt BERr.KEI.gY,
    Salina. Kan.
    Scrofula is an obstinate blood disease,
    and is beyond the reach of the average
    blood medicine. Swift's Specific


    SS.S! 0Bllood
    is the only remedy equal to such deep-
    seated diseases; it goes down to the
    very foundation and forces out every
    taint. It is purely vegetable. and is
    the only bioo remedy guaranteed to
    contain no mercury. Ix, potash or other
    mineral substance what-ever.
    Book mailed free by Swift Specific
    CompaN Atlanta, Georgia.

    DAINTY CONCEITS.
    Str ;: 'in f;r- < ) n .n lnn
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    s!-l illn lief.-Jw i r -i ('iri lal .


    ',A n-'vor 'u.Aed anvtIihing,:15iz-; 'ia
    011io \iritire ('ou-.1 C(ur".'. N :r.
    nivvor without it. 'broolvhi~k,
    lip c4)ug.h%and cold(1-.(jamF* sall
    thmroat anld lung troubtib 4. 1I 4i- e
    will IlFOvOint, cofluiq4tilln. II1
    ant to take. II iir-i< l''t;11*rit: Cy
    Jo)hn Sheppard anid S. K ilit.


    Acme Beer.


    ']fI E-;B. :F-T BI-It FF (1. 1)IN
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    The Jug Trade
    Is Our Specialty. :-+
    lProm2npt T)#-',iverv tI S i f,,: i.
    ( uarante'-d.

    Dannheiss~prriY)


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    PEN620ACOLA


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    Bittenburg and PoiP~t lice P~ttl-r,-



    LMris. H. V. RENDAtLL


    0-zGOLAY--0
    Grist and Corn tleal Mills,
    M. F. GONMA~EZ & CO., Prop S,
    Na an utact urc r
    CHOICE ME-AL AN D rU1:l;GIROUNr
    STOCK FI.E'I)
    paVroni!- Homa ln(tuctr1'. fo)r t'ipre
    e-.rv resmton you -!ilpu:.l hi:y \.'Ijr M.-141 aria
    a4,1Kv,,tjri-*-.- rim I i,. fHomi.* Mn*ufa,.ur-r.
    Wii .,u in return are .nd:'-.c: '.
    f.,-P-?rinc tthi- kLon),- man itfmclu ter voa


    , TO RESCUE SPANISH SHIP.


    Revenues Cutter .ails tto ielie'f of th-
    Wrekdcl 3 on-rvis.
    PHILADEIPHIA, Feb. T-0-Under in.
    Struct.ious from the L'uied Statt s rea.
    ury department the revenue cu:rttr
    Oaonodanga, Capra:au Hamler, r.ai.e,
    frorn this port today to the rescue of -41
    men comprising the crew of th- -;pau-
    isn steamuenip Minerva, now dri:tiu.
    about at sea :n a he:piet-s conditio;i.
    The M:nerva i. isacen w.t 3.o.'0 tonss
    of iron ore. She sali.ed trom i',rrnan.
    Spainm, Jan. 27 for Lalimore. andi wen
    her car;:,g was dii-chiarge she wa. to
    have ltnecid e-ouerai iereutindii'd at
    either that pr: r Paiiladeiphta lor S:.
    Mazartne, Iran'e.
    1he Minerva wa. sighted Feb. .'1 in
    latitude ;;:. 0, h:lnitutio 6i6.0J and she
    WaS thezi in low by the P.Arana. After
    towing her fur al>.ut two hours the
    hawser parted and the vessel became
    separated.
    The Minerva is 2,315 tons net regis-
    ter and is a steel craft with triple ex-
    pansion engines. She is of modern con-
    struction and design. She is valued,
    with her cargo, at more than $300,000.
    ilrmingha'n Furnaces.
    BIRMINGHAM, Ala., Feb. 27. The
    Williamson furnace, which has been
    idle for a number of years, is ready to
    go into blast. It has been repaired and
    as soon as a supply of raw material has
    been obtained it will begin making iron.
    Material is being placed on the ground
    for the commencement of repair work
    on the Mary Platt furnace in the east.
    ern outskirts of B:rmingham. Thit
    plant was recently bought by the Ala-
    bama Consolidated Coal and Iron com-
    pany and it has a capacity of 125 toni
    of iron per day. It has bWen idi for
    nearly ten years because of litlaition.


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    Do You Want


    for Infents and Children.
    The Kind1 You :av'e A1lvwys IBought has l rmCe the sa!n-
    turc of Chas. II. I'leclur, anid has been made under hisu
    personal superY;sion For over :;0 years. Allow n1o onii
    to deceivo you in this. Counterfeits Inditations a nd
    "JUtst-a.-g--4MI" are b!ut EIxperiments, and endanger the '
    health of Chihlre:-I-xperie-nce against r-xperimenut.

    The Kind You Have Always Bought
    SBears the Signature of


    in Use For Over 30 Years.
    TC cau CoPpaN., TV .U*Awi?. new T ownurir1



    Ohas. H-. Tutrn er,


    *.ARCHITECT-*


    --ANI)--


    General Contractor

    1 ii;; l:.,. 1 '-,tri:i M a1 it1 land (; ,it .:t S et 'i t' II'l ii . 1 .\\

    A Complete Plumbing Department under tlh
    Management cf E. B. Morey.
    '^ .-\rti- '. I) i Frt,-. I"- titn :-t'- ^'1 i ,:i ,1 S i, i ;i' i,,>- f,,. I'
    iwll i Al! iK;i:'i-, 4'1'tir pa l an St!..,rt N,,:ic..
    .\ L.:i r.:t at::l Cart-fully -:' I S.:*, -Ik lit M i't I-. I ;,
    T ilin -f A il K itut-. l1 itlh T ub-, ('l.-.. .:.,l .iu-,.:,.M A. \ ,ili.: .-. : -:.
    t{,t W it,,r alnd (,;t Fixttrn-.


    To Be Pr ? No. 19 S. Palafox St.
    To Be Pretty?


    STelephone No. 345.


    ATTENTION, LhADIESI i N National Ba '
    Are you sunburned, .,PNai MS!
    reddened by heat. florid .
    -is your complexion 11: ''ACOLA. 1


    bad?
    We've got the right
    thing for you:

    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

    q4Pqis pfq4p4cy,
    21,- S'outh Palafox St.


    Indigestion!


    F~e c (i llcn (-c


    the world


    to produce a remnedy1 equal
    lo tile .1fatchlelss .Juincral
    !1* dter for the cureC of In-
    lI!2cstion, IDy~spepsia and~


    rl Troubles anld Skill Dih-
    C(tsCS,. Gua,'4'ntreed to ciuer
    m(n,1 if~ rei'ml(Cie. C(."!

    (;;I!/; cl(hitiia (7(!totoZ f IV( C
    c: d0"ifiy W1/0L.S

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    'a .1a.1n rrii fra~ A%. a r'-'n- 1vt
    fo.r te'.... tri(I'. ,I i no't If~.- 's
    fo~ ls (Zar is nz C.*j.'r f' 'l".
    .1 1diz of Probrtte C'ourt, B~utler Cojunty.

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    Ship Ghandlery and General Hardiar, .
    W0S AND 60.5 S. PAhIAi'OX 8TRiEET.
    -~- A'^GrZ-LAo -
    REVERE COPPER COMPANY. JOHN A. ROEBLINO'S ON -
    GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RUS8EL & HON'S PUMj -
    Sans, 83rtl1, Paletts, ils, huticil litraiuets, hlrts, Aubern, C: -i
    OOlMPAISEq. LOG8. 1oTC.
    C.M eKenzie Oertin ( C.,,ll.ctin: A- nt f,.r l;,r PB lots'Bren ,.:

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    THE DAILY NEWS: PENBACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 28; 1900.


    THE PLACU_: IN HONOLULU.
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    -e-v. v r-(ru Scr.;eja Car-
    '7.. : ~ i ~ u7 u, r.re -).r;

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    714 rt :17.t -.ai-4'a oat-.


    1---L. t-1 .au V. ". n e tile
    '7 1- i,71 : rcj, lmig ra 1,id~y
    .Ulik n fir re-'' .erv.
    I- j 7. Iaei c1.11f. U~ atzen t I: '0)t
    '. :.!:.lU~ii ,oZJU4 au 3I 1 art.cu-
    ~ re-r- !- (p: elp"IrunE,9Iitin
    -A' h i. !Uch larger tiioi.C of
    i .-rneu-i thuanr~ere-ufere
    ; tr1il g 47-%qar' r.
    4 .'ilixlt": '.avlq n!t t&rcebhis

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    mas watite-i t.4r IiiT.r
    ..~4-44'111kkV tenli-red the u!.e
    V. 7 t L. Ile i.ICa iiounW a,4
    .7a cr ,i--lg japt ("P 7ut ott4)L.
    14111 Itu o lst.Itrge.
    i- mv:'x. Ma Fei,27 'The
    T- s' 44ri(4Dfactory, winci hwas or.
    1a Ii am( n-, tile bUsIflei Dien of
    N1 iT:bzomery at,,4ur threoii %earssago.
    Wul' al italof *IUJ'jUO0. has proved
    040cti a -U 'c"810 thlat at Will be doubtled in
    capacutw'. It hamt added materials to
    The city's prosperity and population and
    IISim been a most profitable invesrqmen.z
    ,or th u -e wioo put t:iwr money iInto It.
    a. wa- uilt (in the co-operative plan.
    THE CENSOR.


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    This tscovry hisimnade C~tountd

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    4k iiiki is -~ I t i s Ithe orig 1117,1
    *''ui ut--rfpvts. Ha r- i .' Plli~rmiacy,
    John Sl:-pard S. K3h i.
    Furniture on Credit
    lo~t-t b:i u! if u IlI i veof s-i-feh4) 4r1-
    -v. r showni in the (city. W4i d. 4b4-s.-;
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    TIh.-'v are fresh and fine jiv-t for-inII


    V', i' 7L:: I14.r" try I lau I) a .
    NI.', Y',:7K, Feb. 26 -Richard Hovey,
    the poet. professor of English literature
    in Barnard c('ll gti. is dead in this city
    ot apup.exy, aged 35 yours.
    A'ldr.-s.%t ,I h ri|i.|tls E,'udenVorers.
    SANANATI, Feb. 26.- Rev. Arthur T.
    Smith. pastor of the First Fresbyterian
    church of this city. preached Sunday
    morning and evening in the First Pres.
    byterian church of Augusta. Mr. Smith
    is also president of the State Union of
    Young People's Societies of Christian
    Endeavor in Georgia. and addressed all
    the young people's societies of AuRusta
    in a union meeting at the Telfair build.
    ing. __
    Ch'ean o Dienocrats t iMardi Gra..
    New ORI.YA.s., Feb. 26 -The Cook
    County Marching club. with their band.
    1l'5 in all,. arrived last night under the
    Presidency of John Fowler, and James
    H Farreil, grand niarshal. The train
    did not come until midnight and the
    Choclaw c.ub had postponed the recep.
    tion until nmoruinc. but the Chicago
    Domoocrats paraded, the ceremonies
    were rein-tated and the reception lasted
    until morning.


    "I ii':Id lirinciiiti- e-very writer for
    yfpr:t ;riid no iiep'di'-lietn gave 1i pl r-
    mianTlilint I elif till I bgatl to take
    O(ni Miniut'e ('tol- ('iur. I know it
    is the to--t coutlwl iinedicetii-e made."
    *- j .J KIoontz,(',,rry. PIa. It quickly
    c(ire. coi-t. h-l l, (,Ids *,cr(up, a.stlhma,
    vrippo and throat ind lintr troubl,-.
    It i- the children'- favorite reinu dv.
    'urf, iquiekly I Hiargiis' Pari ncvy.
    .Ihta nh lp rd and S. K:1lhn.
    'We wi;I lauind-r your s'prpadds for
    1.5 # i;!t- ':tach and iakt, thlicn look
    like i:,v. Star Laundry.
    'E1111 OYt4TH.I. SEASON.
    I h.- <,.V-. -r in li. h' no od t O,.-.
    Satkil u itl start from ti i. *.it nli)t'r
    1 114,q) 41 11 -h' ll. an l .r;d. % ith aY wn :
    SI f';r tht t F or myv pl. a-uinlt tireams er rt! n t' lurb ldby
    tho- jar
    Tih t ,I I I|iSt 'I Citii'l byh the l.-tt.r"- It.
    Andl hI lnow by the keel of that hdeous
    That 4miw oif u htiortly will h b in t h.- ..- up:"
    And so they will fior the -lol,, was
    fill ed with tI' fi nest and fattoet.
    Tilis -i.loqip wa< gent out by Nick
    Apostle and tholie choice oyvteirs arc,
    now ft r sale. done or raw, re:aly to
    chaw, at his restaurant. You canr
    v'et them by the plate, dozen, hun-
    dred, barrel. dray load, wagon load
    or car load. Owiing to the rush of
    buiinesQ the servingof regular meals
    will be discontinued after thi- week.
    but special orders will be served at
    any hour of the day or night.


    LODGE DIRECTORY

    KNIGHTS OF 'YTH1AAS.
    Pensacola Iodge. No. 3. K of P.
    mrets every Monday evon-
    ing at 7:.19). at Ca-tlf Fill.
    In llutchingon hall. West
    Intende.ncla str.t-t.
    %'Hiting brethren cordially
    welcomed.
    1. IIORLCt.R. C(. C.
    K. R. & 9.


    W. 0. W.
    Live Oak Camp N) I Wood tlnan oftibe
    Wiorll.
    M.'.rt first and third Frilay night in
    each rontth. Visiting 4ovfero- en' >'ordi-
    4liv itivited. W. 11 WAr-() .
    S. KI. Ti AM F t Clerk. C.C.
    MERC'ANTILE PROTECT' E AS.O-
    CIATION.
    ()Tlice ofl' 1 t S-r'tary a;t ('Cl.ter's
    MuNic Hl4us-e.
    11 '.!- mIe ,' i ie Oil rall o"f the' 'Pr -'.'. "'.
    ]he .>.T'r ;Bta Vry W I'I (w\lld .t h .ilil* *II- tO
    the' ,;.!Ter"t- (of the At '!.r titntin
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    Kodol

    Dyspepsia Cure.

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


    PRODUCED NO EXCITEMENT.,
    Cronj ,'d Surrender Accepted as a 31at
    ter if Couro* In Ijondos.
    LoNDo,-. Feb. 27 -No one who did
    not know of General Cronj,'s surrea-
    der would suspect from tte uarearance
    of tue towu that London was todiar cel-
    ebrating the chieff victory of the war.
    Not a fia;. i flvirin ani : iront of the
    place- wN:ere i u,1it-ut< are di-liayed ic
    the I u;,.i: -- sa:c.y iLor taBtei a (oz-n
    p')opt ,top) at a lime to rea.i the t.ew,
    Untaid- oi the war o:rice there ii tihe
    -amtLO ..bevtco of e:ithustasm., vwhicau l
    due it.UDtlhss to tee drzz.imn rain.
    I:i te war ( flice icobies wuen a clerk
    potud too news of the surrenwier quite
    a crowd wais awainilig and the bulhtinit
    were L ai.ed with considerable euthust-
    a-:n andiin an incredibly short spce of
    tim -t:te ews had spread to all parts
    or L,':!,ion. At the Mansion House,
    wUe:; te" news waa posted, it was re-
    c4-ivel %.tn great excitement by the
    crowd o(f u-i::7ss men hurryin to1r
    tair (,.:i ts ant i cr4 ( oit "Eravo Rob-
    erts" ani "tMauwb.'" were he.ird.
    lio 1e uri inav',r )of Lounion said to the
    corre-p n ieut of the A-sociatei Press
    tnai wi.'.e ltie st:rrender or (enerai
    Cronj,. -was a flo'egne coIc.u<-l,)U, the
    UI-v'... w.-, rtechiv' vwtth a L:great souse of
    relief tan ld te g -iieral resan, of tie ca
    pitu.:ttlt. the itloug;.t. wCud bo teno
    rapidd cj I'r't-smiiss Arlhidenutally Killed.
    RAInLKI;H, Feb 2,1 -Pressman Joseph
    lodi-ges of tie Wilmington Evening
    1):si.atch was killed while under a
    prilntiii I re.s. In some way the ma-
    chiner y started and his head was caught
    aiid crru-tlePl


    THE ORIGIN L -


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    Ik


    I. GUGNHEIM'S


    Great


    Woman Knows Woman.

    Zcaica, KAN .. Jan 31
    I used Wine of CarlIul for r- 0J
    ,ou.sness and weaLness in thb -
    womab After taking one bottle I
    was well again. I am a ri.dwifo
    &iand always reconian. l Wine -f
    Lardui to my lady fri-n ds during
    iregnancvand after irh as atu in
    Fvery lady who take. it finds that
    it does even more than ii claimed //
    for it
    MRS V. 31. BOISVERT.



    iIe4.card0'


    Nobody knows woman like worn.. MVen g o t-., medical colleges,
    study h%),ks and listen to lectures. They leirn i,,.inctiv ,4t the di e.ses
    (of w' men, but they are men and cmn .\ erull'ner l er-:1 inJ. tie alinents,
    the sufferings, the at:,nies ,,f iii-.tihrs. 'i\t.' .71n. !l t.r. A \,\n..i 7
    know.,. Mrs. b isvert know%. She hi -'..sLIed thI:. -,Ih the tr:.i.s
    S and trilhulati,,ns q)t her sex. She hi I'1.' "-,r h\ '' ::, er si:>'e-s su-t-
    fered. .he hI.is seen them refit\%ed and cir 7.l \%i'.,i \\ ::'1 : ': '(.It Is
    it any onder she r ,c nihnon s i s i Is It .:'.v 7. ,!.:.r tl'>t th ,'...rds
    f -ie '.v :nei i:i'e.,d it.
    L ACIES' AIVISORT I PAtTM ueIT. rTht know.I !.,v lhae d a:-
    7f 4,n. i ut tVn aA re.:I 7n, i ..t.-. ,i t u':ii e.'. ence t rr .:7t them t
    h l.r.'.-t- i i :tl.hi.i t .v.n.: ,fi . t "lIe v 'il 'rScad the t,!1! S tn- Irin
    1 4 -.. .' d . .r > l p'r s l T h r H t t k n oA, . . . . t1e . . h
    IL Mr iutio., ch ,att *,r.!n. 1, *i;th : t' *r ..:'., tn i v W ine
    ...-.i !;,' \,ur girls, helps s
    Sthe weak of all ages, hemelps i and c-.;r al. ".,, 1.1:, i :z. .
    S Druggists Sell Large Bottle s for $1.00.

    Nof I ; M ,4s laung gi !]I MsI
    th wak of1llage, hPs nc:a.l \nn/1


    Shoe


    Sale !--


    Children's Department.
    Hanid-tsewed French Kid Infanta
    Iuttone 2 b.
    worth 75c,. now 50c.
    lh td.tl-(-w d Frenceh Kid Infants'
    Ibittoln.
    worth $1.00, now 75c.
    liatnd-ewcd Kid S';ringL Heel Button
    worth 75e,. now 50c.
    lI:asld- \ewed Kid Slprini Heel But-
    t mn. '-ll.
    worth $1.50, now $1.00.
    Iland-sewed Iid Sprin. lI-el Lace,
    worth $1.50, now $1.00.


    I}nn's DpnAptmpnt


    A. B C. e nie ng.vuttuon and Lac

    worth $1.50, now $1.00.
    E-W- 3 (l4 enuine Vici Kid Button and Lace
    BEERShoe, 12-2,
    worth $2.00, now $1.50.
    V. J. VIDAlh, Sole Wholesaler.

    1130 I1Sd1E, BRANDED ES, PORTED AID DOETIC Ladies' Department.
    -^ Panl Janes ant Echo Sprinls Celebrated VWhiskies. Kid Shinp. P ,3L-.S, ad Lace,
    TRY I BOTTLE OF ELEY TOII0. $1.00, $125, $1 60, $1.75 anl $2.?.
    S'^ I'EPHONE 154. : : : : P. (). BOX f587. Th .a ,orth ,, lor.
    JUG & FAMILY TRADE SOLICITED Kid Heel Button and Lace. also
    i -^S 'BFree iDeDliveryv to Any Part of the 'ity. Cloth Top ill Black and Tan.
    l*r lAll orders left at Th Office. Vidal & Smith.,will lte carefull. from $1.00 . to $3.50.


    Em. LPE''EiESE,-
    0--PROPRIETOR OF--o

    CRONIeS ST LOON
    o--DEALER IN--o

    Imported and Domesti c Wines, Liquors and Ciigars.
    JUG TRADE A SPECIALTY.
    Coy vpr Ralinont and Davilliira S t. PENRACOLA. FLA


    H. H. WICKE,


    A Special Barain!
    A lot of Fine Ladies'Shoe,. ('in-
    cihianti make, regular price $P.Ce
    aid $4.IN> ;i p-ir, now only $1 W.
    \V only have them in 2-4 and P,
    and C and D width,, that is why
    we sell them so cheap.
    In Our ien's Department
    We beat any store in town; will
    undersell anyone and give the
    lmont comfortable fit and general
    satisfaction.
    OUR $3.00
    Hand-sewed Vici Kid Shoeq are
    .(jiual to any $6.4)1 shhoe in town.


    Kindly soliciting your patron

    Plumber, Gas and Steam FitterI, 0 inGugenhein.lea,
    i iOz-gI. Gugenheim.


    No. 6 South Palafox Street.
    All Kinds o. Plumbing and Gas Fittings Materials Kept on Hand


    T"LuPHAlpJ WAR


    DUNN'S *


    0 HOTEL


    ON EUROPEAN PLAN.


    Three Peiular

    Meal Facbh Day

    25c Each.


    i v- -'1


    r


    Restaurant Attached, Open Day and Fight.
    OYSTERS, FISH AND GAME OF' ALL KINDS IN SEASON.

    Special Orders at Any Hour.


    CHAS. COTTRELL,
    Artistic Photographer,
    ROOM t3. F'ISIHER HI II.DINU.
    20- s SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.
    Satisfaction Guaranteed in Every Par-
    ticular.


    HIBERI BROS. ICoo.,


    SWOLESALE G510EB3,

    Palaoz Street,
    Pensacola, Florida.


    RATES:-From $1.00 to $1.50 per Day. LODGING:' A A
    531 and 519 8. South Palafox Street. Pensacola. Florida 25 and 50c NS


    TIME TABLE.

    LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE 1ATTAROAD.
    IN EFFECT JANI AItY -'7, IY).


    -No. -7". %,o. 2. 1No. 1. %(1, 3.
    # 7)5 4,01) 11 :,.!o) 1)ni Lpav,' Pensarola .....Arri v.- 75p III.71f t r
    1-7, p 0III !: 44n Ightt ArmrI %7.'.. .Fl-I mlattai Ann' i"e J) I..p w .7;a ImI
    11 1) p 11 a Ii lk A r'iv'- 3' il- . rn'e ..7.7' lien I2:'p I fight
    1) it 7:1u4ta fit Ariii. Neio- pr.4.n.-ti.4 Anni 7.-'.7) PL ni 7:;1-w;1) ii
    --ip In C: 111a flk Ai'riv.. Nhiltzifl-ry .4rniv,- I I ..i a71:1 74 7 p 111
    ".:.A ) itIn 7:'~40 to .mnA i;'' N i-11%,I I.. 1 A rr:. v., 2 .,-'1 is mv',' l isII
    "- i,44f 7o44Lf i I A rriv, 1")I.u % I I -I, A r r; v,- t:.'11.77 I'lk 2:.r6 a il
    4 r6 m :-r, It II A r ri, fit~~l.7 I4"74. '1 ii 1.4pm

    BETWEEN PENSACOLA AND JACKSONVILLE.


    IL III
    I4 .fit


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    is III
    is4 111
    r) (of ini


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    4 7..
    '.1 347,4 7. 17 4
    ,..7. .'. .l'7n07 .77
    it 11.7 47 -. 4 .~
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    .7 7
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    ."777'I


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    let
    -owl~,g~


    JOHN NICHOLAS'



    305 N. TARRAGONA STREET.
    1it'l'<>, :TF:V I' *, ,N 1 'I .P' T.


    (Deals at All Hours.


    -IN-


    Rjeal


    Estate.


    uill h-j ill'" acres opf lauidt nrtb
    $100 it tb.;citvarmid wet ,? 4,4ioldirng.
    $2000 will tbuy -oa7cr#'. adifmi n ig city

    $3000 11 lit4 i~ ;iswrd r I O',1 f-*
    Thii sjorepp4-nt v i'inl N --w 4
    $4000 wla hiv ~kf) h tu.. I1 i~ .n'Two.
    jir4ojwrti' t:ft- ma%% it r frwit 4w, 11: bay : aiao
    ().Ii bi..7L ivk%'4 71:71..! LotIM .- H v-111

    $6000 eit .' -. -TiI\4*--nt
    ,o.- fr. ''an 4.. :j;&. 7.~' *4,~i.j a fl mod
    7, ic -IT. ;i '. 1W.



    $8000 'a%1-',ti
    (atia a,,]Tha
    $9000- A t Iirts ,. 4t_,, A'11 11. 1 frtIr. ~Isb
    7.'. tC.,Iji :Ia--.- o, ro.t d
    780001ii F. Y---3IAa
    $ 9 0 0 L:, 1 1). t1. :, -Ift 1'.- 17l11 fis .
    $ 10,000 pl7 71 h! U t toj i .-mp5


    Open Day and Night.


    %F


    Bargain


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    THE DAILY NEWS: PEN8ACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1900. 5
    ______ .^_________.____________


    SPAYNE'S ARGUMENT

    ' VERY WISHY-WASHY IH II 0
    ---


    Declares Alabama Speaker on
    the Tariff Bill.


    DAY


    HAPPIEST DAY


    OF THE '4*


    THE PEOPLE'S STORE,


    A.


    AMUSEMENT IN THE HOUSE I
    Cou ressm r

    Schwartz,

    Proprietor.


    - .,


    1:wi1 4yr'si-'.. 1u11,il Ide. an--U.tr-
    maictk of u"l t.sse 31a.kets a Ilr. ,

    SS'A I!NT N, NFhb. 7 '-The ale day
    of thei .et_'ral debate on the Porto .to.
    tariff li. cened n the house toaay
    it withu a :..mi-iute speech by C.Lrae bci.
    So of Tv.t;r i-' opi;: p)x; ition to t> e b:b A.
    'Tue a.'e:ua:ve ; resoitei by the bili,
    'K ..- i-, ,, rl.s. l :l Oa i' nri Fnt orf out
    i pricespri :;.s ts ourt nex p)mIes.
    "Th,' c, :" r i ,L 1t'n dazzled with
    th9 or;eua I :-.t. o ( eui;.rcoi.,y t on
    *he verf t:1s.:.a t of th-t new cextar
    g*raph repre tmts the three-vear-old son of Mrs. Jess. t . i t:e oi,4i
    First Street. Brooklyn, N. Y., who says, under date of d a : :.*,. I 1t the tra ..
    ling hii cure of a difiguring face humor : My aby's w: L th :. V .-i a" wIt: co-to n
    th rinwormrs. We could not lay a pin between the eye. wo.b' :: ,t' :: at'nd deaLr i:ou
    SneTL.ck.:ind l ie wa4 a sight to look at. Two doctors to A: :'. i :,t , .,. V without lece when I heard of I'uticura. now r -- r: i icr to b 0114e c,:.')
    : I p. :!l :-i x of I uticura Ointment. I only it' ;. : tu.: : U : to 'U.-a p :
    Sl-. '. 1,,.U ,it,- .'- i. face was tw.tter. and in four "' .,\ ,'i:r ;:r. :
    1 i- : r :~ a hll. :and not a mark on it. S ti r r i
    ^i m. i;.I; a I i:'r;. :.-'i i.
    1:-. '.,,' ..... ., -, ;et.-oe >onomnt (al,.Aeelil yef1e wa u he i ; :7.,* !'!:n :' t R.'. t'J
    It U.. ::-. hilrenas tiTt t-l:A. A w.irin .--- I ) .A .:. ,. H ;':i : ''::

    1.ctn O t- i thr1f 'tth mt t-.' r i( :n' I I ly | rj; I v I .L I nol' l ,
    r !" T tI 1 -, !, ,4 1 : 'l1NT'%I i a UTI [lACA' I' Ui'11 V.. u tI .* 4 S u ,e l'' I




    lj--+ I-D Z i^..* ia I 1 .isat!i 'a1 tl.- x Strea ., tne'.rv tia: .1 v- ery niii. political eIi:I t-
    1. i, ,,AND I .L ,I-.tt, i',-., lo i.t', urit r:n r f our t ent rry; t,:i t Iite, i )%v -
    I '. . fa:ty :anii the purnuit of happ:nces are
    i:;,\ .' e..u t:> in.ienahle rights of all within our
    S.* I . i ,. .r "Lnl-. lu.I, ldiato:i.
    f I*.i, .if ti: qi0nt.- aa AW It. a" on I m. N m r -. C .a.vton of Alabr mi. woo fol-
    t -:!,.!u- n : arty t llws i Mr. : Aba ia cr 1a i 1 much
    Si.. .. ti l- -ient and enthusias by realdin
    - il' s.. r... I a .wt: r written by Caairman Payne to
    i- \ ", .lii .' "'' | i l '*''i ..t. 'l \v. 11 Curtis of Palmr vrai N. Y. Jan.
    I N. i 1 '' 4I it- 1 >|, ill S. t.iof our c unltr.; t :t M e, i I .


    S..4 i *'..ita.n ron. ', t in wph:ch ru advocated free
    '. ; i-. .nt ..i..'inu... trade with Porio Rico on the ground
    S- ''riatt. .roi. d that it won.d give relief to the stricken
    I ore. :. '*land. TCahe letter o obtained the foi-
    *.'. : ; -ii_:...:a ai.a> V. i. st-.: .lowing reference to the Philippines:
    S.... : *- .L, Iw,.r**L'uaer the treaty the PailippinesC
    U' I". ilo'i St.. n.'ar.0 pa:i .L j are to hive free trade with Spain for 10
    S l n..- .t. nar. years.- We cound not extend thee tariffs
    Oice anl HallH laws to the Piurts of ppane iland.s, een if
    I ii-l t i for we woud. to Rico on the ground
    :-. i t..,r,e-i. island. Mr. Clayton asked that this letterand
    .. -<,.or, S- .-. ....." '." I.,,. i"-upport of the bll beaty printed i parallel
    I i 1 1 ',! ..Ir ,' il" > are to h vefree trade with Spain for 10




    ,aid R ,.- "ii "utui-fit l..niir i.orl columns in t'e record.
    Siii I iia aw-i-nSei 1 an art of .ii Mr. Payne milid notly assented and ex-
    ie *.an Halls.t ir .tws tos pressed the hope that there would be no
    I i tut *t. l lai on ir Iwk eve l W d.
    e- ii' it, In- ltie-t iliiarll t ; f t or jecion.
    . t (,i" rtKpr.--'r-It iuo itia- diir' Mr Pearce of Tennessee also opposed
    .*.' i;,tiii.. te ia >> support of the bill be printed in paralleleech.
    s ir.. *!- (iA-#, v,,il t eitin r .t "r ,.t pat,, ,ir columns in the record.




    ';, '. r .,n.frhiaa~m,,:. wr:' te or I ll C'Lii '( i l) the opport Iliity. By t k-
    i'I *1- I, :<. iW i i..'.. 2 .... ingi H ood, .1' ur.- iturili linoW v ..., ; ,,- i;.ai ts-t. i tt,.l t o -!-. may i uildt up your tlr alth anlid pre-
    M ililo (osi rTI t'Away.


    1 i- ;'.taly ':!:ttifyl ,.i i, tih' N-ither W ill Billp R eoxnIz-d.
    .... l,,l a':,, Iir, i. .,, l iIr: i', to t FRANKFORT. Ky.. Feb. 27.-Repnb-.
    .* '". :,i!i- ., t.,- i 'dv :11i,1 -il.ri'i .. lican Auditor Sweaney. to test the mat.
    l. ii .. : '--< e Ir,. Ki:'.'- Ntw ter as to whether he or Democratic Au.
    -. ,.,. I t,. <':,i-,in t;;t ui<,t:. LC IIonc h- ditor Coulter is to be recognized by the
    ai. 1(',,1.|-. I- i e -frivll :; .V:"a ,iver state derositories made out a warrant
    S ill : t:i i 1 bh t .'l- **. f lhi- :.'*:'.t this morning and had it preoantoei at
    S .: ': ** iv tt:. -:.i-f.i- one of the hanks of the city. Thebank
    ',,,,,i i' ..w i]' : it "t:- ah-lialt!t,'lv refused payment and this action fore
    .-i t '' it, t of i:,i'.-li-- 0:i-,'-. shadows similar actina by the other
    A-'i itiri;(.ii-, lHotar-l;-, banks. Pending the controversy, neither
    .1:1 : -.- f ':. l'!ir' it. '.' -t of the factions in the contests over the
    .i ,1 "I.*.! !r' -ii!I'' l\- u:'l' lby it. state government will be reoognizd.
    (i t/ ,,;; \'1 ,. A li'.A -l ;; bt, it .-, D I in e.-
    t-(-. i:. -..t :; : ,,* :r" itl lottl0.. Ir -cul:lr how el miovelmiifit. lo:iil
    S. .+! -i/.' 7..*. ,[t',i '1t. oEv rv t l c l erolic (,on-tipatioil. Pui Kl.v
    I, ;: ,: tt.,au i-. ei.. : ira,'' ra'fiau:tle'd. -.\-ii I i-frT;::I:- i ;i r
  • r' l,- i it r: c -ur s pt ;-ii::i i ii tlv. .S l i
    Smoke DURHAM Ci-" "H"i"ui I,.
    g1rs at D'Alemberte's. CA T.T. AND 1TNrPiCT


    Room M1ouldi~ngs 'm.' ,ii~t id COnileptv
    L.inoe-f irom an : d Bra--.
    I -. I titt. jli f inev.- :I! BFA).'rIF;Al):
    N-''.N I I X. Pa I f N_
    R9i' Escalbiia Frnulture Comp~vnvY


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    Saturday, March 3. NEW ARRIVALS!


    ZOUR,~ OF EX~IIOISE3 :--01
    Ii :3'-'Thbs World flwIcerf;.- Iiiuastratt-.i
    ProtIf. i .V. i-tbard,., ,hf- Magi~cia n .1
    (.qJU I .1.
    ..X) kroint nade Concert: Rogers*Uoslien
    4~-'i 111 en' otir : Tableau Viva nt:
    Picture que vitnige Ei~rct-i Unver the~
    dirter ion iof M r~i.Frank ~tiiyt~ihi 'l'Ihnip-
    SO1h. St'i.etions by ('hs.iro,sEdbert
    4-iraiat.tb.ALUnilvalledE hisrxeer,%itlbt.
    7111-hlrv..iuus Entertitinment : 1, 'h t
    N% oiider,' of Witter." (Start!iig ezxp, r. -
    '.311-Moving Pictureg. 1' re.wmiks after tLie


    A Grand Combination
    .04, of Talent: ,.

    VA ItI El1).
    P ICTU RtESQI-Q E
    HUMOROUS.
    and DRIAMAT'IC.
    Sttirtliti- FE\;berhiii.-z 11 Y JPiod.
    atii l'Ii11iL44 lf -tiiinnr lbyStarrt-tt.
    rthe \Womde.r Vi rker


    The Childrenl's Day
    fhu; -shee for Sixtoeu-,i Yfear.- t h#- won-t
    Iti~ti-re'-tiiig (if all S;itt iiday.


    ONLY .0 CNTMr`t!~rd~
    t'v swi-lpq- Iaii '1i ". Ch~. alpew t uirol B t IA
    T-11azuIido 'lot 6,11.. umail afietr E". iuiig 's.-

    NAVAL STORES A K .
    Reported Daily for The News by
    Meeterx. A. M. Moses & Co.
    w w................ S4C6 H ............... ....
    wo ................ 3.50 1................... .. 7
    N .... ...........275 F ..................... Ii
    K...................:.. tI"........i~
    SPfaivs TuAPawv1Z-rw3-:oe~nts.
    ]led Hot Froni The Gun
    WaQ thie ball, that hit 0. B. Stpad
    man of Newark. Michi., in the C ivil
    War. It caused horrible Ullcers
    that fit) treatment hlepE-.( for 2!1i
    year-n.. Then Buck le-n '!A Arica
    S-alve ued hiiiim. ( 'ores 0C1t,4.
    Bruis-e!,. limiis, Bt. laikF# lbus. Corus.
    S-kint Erti ipt imv'ii. Jles't Pi I-curvi 'on
    t-arth. 2.7) e:-. a 6)x. ('lire i'uir.ili-
    lx'od. S.idd by W. A. jM'i bt.
    D r u zg i!..s


    O U first announcement of New Arrivals of Spring
    Apparel. A generous assortment, large variety
    of colors and styles to select from of Ladies' Waists.
    We carry all kinds: the largest assortment in the
    city of well known brands. Among them the famous
    ",''i//;n /'r,'un/." famous for fit, style and finish-in


    fact the best fitting Waist in the land.


    dealer or customer can deny.


    You mlay form some


    idea of our offerings by a glance at our large exclusive
    Shirt Waist Window, and tbLy arc thcaplr than
    heretofore by reason of our Motto: "S. i Ci \n, .\
    TII-RI.I; I \CRI .\ ,,i. il BUSINE-S-.


    New New
    Arrivals [ AE II AND 1 EBROID[RI[Ii! Arrivals
    Our C'ntre Tab!le. ae- ..v :intiiin beneath a Loo(dly share of tthe Ne-.w-:
    Thinii;- in Laces and Embroideries.
    wi-- Edlini- anil I :,,'ertion,. Haiburg Edvina. n anti Insertitii
    \';al-tci, LI'ce and Insertions.
    lii i ''lne : lni Edti';n: anti In- rti'.n,
    (it''Ii;n T lrchii Edl iii,. Apliqu( L,'i e i; ti In erti,..i
    P',int d Spiro-;t, riftitA!l :;id P t Vail. L.:I .
    '.'ii I', n ;i>it-1t II islb;:ir..7 Edl' ili!. -'ix yard I :th-. w

    + Sweeping Sale of M L'l dderwea'! *
    ()Ont Lot C'hild'. Draw r.. h'- ine I ,nul and :u ke I, -i/'- I antl 2. :it .. lite' pilir
    S ize-- tani d ;, only ..................................... ........ .. I. 'c p:.ir
    Oine Lot ('hllid's 'T'l'rinime'd Drawe-r- at 4 '-.t .M:itk.
    OIne L,,t Clhild' 'Triiaiin'd Gown-i at Cost Mark.
    )One Iot Child's Trininied Skirts at C'o;t Mark.
    One Lot Mits.'-' Trimmed G(owins ;t (Cost Maik.
    One Lot Ladis' Trimiini-d (Ch 'inio. worth ;I-..- for .................2 c eaich
    One I ot Ladies' Triniiifed Camiiric Chemisne, worth 77," for....... F;e each
    a One Lot Odds and Ends-
    In Ladies' Skirts andl Gowins to Close Out at Cost Mark Price.

    J. M. HILLIARD & CO.,
    -MAi:inufacture s and Dealers in-

    Carriages, Buggies, Wagons and Drays.

    -xRepairing Attended to Promptly.r--.


    W ill -,on hie here. and to (*c l! .)r:it, t he v -it. incii iv.'
    wi; ti: 1r ikini-" oomi for ... .


    Spring Goods,
    I m I t t ii.inv Enrtire -t I. -f 'lVint''r (leet.;ing atr
    I ~..aly1. a IPrice.; for i-.h.

    ,.IIvoti will 1itad a l'raica-Iv PltI oef l'rittv I i'king- at

    JUST RECEIV~ED 7 ic Niw Sjin aw Lian,.eof .J. M iii'- 'a.I
    shint-, anid *J~it. B. sts-tI'iaii:t-. III 1.'itefmt 5ve
    Still hay'- :i fe-W o-f t0 L1-t S'~ei~E'l'S!i;r:-.,.i.uln I rki~i-n /
    wh..'ich'li i at -eafCti. i-I'a-h hive,-r tfnr7.5(7. fo~riner'-)r.(-#-l.iyJ t,:id
    21-P -;Ias ..& N. .- is -: I 1'-4it'i rv I# -,bac! ca'aIf. at f*.7.-) tt' el It -I


    - 1' ; -" f t .


    "--Jos. COLEMAN,
    P1:N- ~ I .A. I1. \.


    Roses--Carnations.


    'a', n t.%N .\ h. th1')O:'. ( mt f~lu::.-!, ''. to. : of 'I w

    Amerci Bai Sau~",-, !o "S-;.00 pe-r aicz".'
    All Other Bo,,e''i"f. o $1.75 per dozei, #rY-u.


    MISS VIOLETTE MORENO.
    ."4 \V. -' (;ir '.,,r'.


    IVT ", Ift l._7 ,M; artU 51 7 I M l
    Iays'.r :z Allinai's. C('ha-. NM. N.
    Kelluii'- and Cl vi land Wall Plki'r
    '.,'s. Iin'i. W .all Plape s. I'ull filt-
    n| -4:.til t l-. .I. E. Ito- i& Coi. No. 11
    .1 !';iL<; x. I';i.ine : ;. f-tf

    11andsome pictures, oiric-
    a-brac, etc., inr endless ar-
    ray f (t rock bottom prices at
    ,Marston c4 Finch's.

    Furniture at all Prices.
    W ;:re -olliiwLv liviwl, roomi table--.
    :t Whailr'til pIt iie-: ti- l, -t vf -. bd-
    -;>ilniz-. iii:ltillis, klitcl:-i ,-ifs, iuidl
    ki tf.ln (.1icabiin t- wit1 r i ,iad otrl t-n .
    |t'..--a for 1ti ,itI'. ;;:mi dri'. rs for
    S- l, I , tl i l?. a il" r d t. li4,w : r.
    ( ,11 :lF!: l x ;;ii '- t l i '1 ;14 ..
    i'ry ,,r' l ?.r,.irg i l.''rn: itt..:r, H ',1 -:..
    The best 5 cent Cigar
    on the market is the
    ',URHAMT. Try them at
    D'Alemberte's.


    FOR BEAUTIFUL


    RUGS


    1ndr IIt ,eI T-ri. o lltha-


    Shipment we offer


    2 cr: -~~.t cn ar~c 'S"?'-tting. 14c



    yard. 35c Matting, 24c ys


    izra~liraplo l rlrlarocefflkE inii E OI3Alb ;IE3TBC!T !ARIZL gOg~B,


    10


    :25c Ilatting, 18c yard.

    inch .ugs, $1.25--New


    while it lasts.


    lot.


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    'STAT iI 7t IhIN T.

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    tu 1. T "Ix 7
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    S. A. FRIEDMAN, Prol.

    AGENTS FOR


    High-Grade Liquors.
    SI LVFI BBROOK. PRXIVATE KSTO'N HBENTHARDIN St tMA- f.
    V FI' ,Y FIN F: FR I ED.MA N':-4 E 1'F ;It BAT'E ) 0 ,LD)1P1Rt VAI E
    - ~STOCKN. 12 'E.AR's01LD);OLD) s-f.K VELV'ET. KE.N-
    TT'IA{Y*S PERFECTI1ON OF' PFUITY. AND)
    LOITS- OF OTHE'i BRANDS WHICH
    SPIACE WILL..NOTl ilERMI'jr
    TO I-EN T[ 0N.


    A"Thi- Larepit and He-it Sel-cted Stock of R ,ttl, Wjisk.y ;al,
    Wines for Family l'3e.


    This fact no


    DURHAM Cigars are : .EN : : :
    the finest 5 cent smoke
    Try them at D'Alem-
    berte's.

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    THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1900. 7


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    I Serges,

    Cheviots,

    i Clay

    fj AND NEAT

    SChecked

    .* orsteds,

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    M'KINLEY WAS RIGHT The Future of

    SAYS MP. CARNEGIE Child n

    f'isplayed ihd':: L in Throe r


    Cri-c~; of +L*-..-,


    cc:~2~js ACJD .7ILY

    ~~~~~~%;, ov ri~ h i r If;-. '..

    au 'pI;LL.. V b III AIII r.C~A For


    oat .A. t'oc us u .r tlv iilUA'1011ne is
    im-v~s ,by the f'.er t-it tlic prnAi
    a;:~ ;i, bcpa rig:- *.:: i ea".iof tr~ree
    vi-aa:stap-s in tLet .rA:a1a. lid Vk&3
    right in c un~a.r~gdey in decl'aring
    war a,ma.nit pain. m hen he was ai-
    eured tbat his rightful dtamand tor Ca
    ua'izlAU IGaAe ru~e (hio~ike rule in (u~aa
    of the Cacadiai tyi.e) wai within reach-
    Membaa -so; ni3 own partv in congres!3
    were wrongc when tiley tailed touit:port
    the prt-!A":it -in- under a gust nf pas.
    Gum1.1 cclared war c-.ntrarv 1:1 his advice.
    -;i U L" e a.,.azd : a cri-!i3 urr
    .ea't r 'ia! c.so r.g;:"t at Ii:t: s. ;n I xiow,!
    t.u'a !:Ighl'.t 1p 'un*cai wli-am !'iiTk'hi!
    i'~. ri'.1, x !o lic 'cft fur upa:ii to
    -Antmmrt'gar-i to ,:',ik o LxcoL
    ': ~ : r;". r :r !,l ,- very' tirt.


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    n i 4.: ... '1 at w ,.,e ;xo nc
    w7) 'ar.az 'Ai.. res-7.ct'cL Ie ra~h-s pan-
    t.:-- a,';1 o fv r. Vnpai. .':-ti'o)i t 1A5 ('OUa-
    t! wa:at,~ .*a*mA i L:-s lv cavry Jr~izt;-
    T2 I' t : (v'r c~a .' iniziI tfl:ii

    T r r r,: .ci:.an vtir be lat.
    UA'l 1 .
    A..*ii to'A 'jI (,a h' ..t!rvAtncrOiai-
    bay z io a ia.w la((,ia.r. :.u-!yiw
    (Infl bi','i .*Ha r LLUUtIZ n L-Vtley h LUll-
    'I.1-itn. 1i*' a:*ase we lt~tte .u"-aflce;
    In tho ..:ut :a V '.A.uu W, bugaig
    gr3 we Qxrn ;-.4'r% %ittl J.
    anm in.>ireai t) agree with you that
    to ad ;. rt'- vner treaty is Tu cominit
    t bau'iT ClliUa 'df'1? roe forttbcomixiii
    caT2.,_ r..'a i.nr'4t ru'v, on who has
    ncv.- r v, ata* mn vtflnz I ut thai Repub'il-
    a'it:',*t ant A whvo hja..-'- ilamay never
    !"t- C jnI -0 a "I 0t0(Is() a,

    DAILY 31A"RKET REPORTS.
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    p t .'at -)ton cdose-a-l a' iiadaiing up-
    lauid- !*'.:amiaddling ;;illt4 -t k
    OAim ~AN,) .a'dUVL-iON3.
    a'9lCA(;U. IY .eabp' CL4SR
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    I.,ra 4:-anct .rt to'.r o, (-:j the
    a Nx"" t:i -I.(- isi t) plah~yin public.
    _ta 1 t rsare tlirax-tea tow'.ard
    (a~aa.~a~ .111l h ~!a~n of theL
    p~ ,i'- a.'.thi he~r a sca~a'thiuc.-'


    tHigh Standard.
    Son-I ].}g.. govcr nor. that when I
    attain to your years I'll know more
    than you (do.
    F'tier- 'll go yaiu one better, my
    dear boy, and hope that wlin you
    reach my age you'll know as muoh as
    you think you kuow now.-Ioston
    Couritr.

    Wholesome Water.
    Ti#- offlicil aiialy-i- of t;i- w tt,-r
    furiti-hed by the P en-.::e>la Water
    ('o. si.ows that v-ry IS. gS. ;l-.,i of
    -:il cubic ifncie?. col;t.a -;,


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    L00ON


    ..)iOPPOSITE UNION DEPOT.S2-0^


    W. C. NORMAN, Proprietor.


    ( iiaaraae 44 sodlliumA rjII
    Sullphate'o 11Tatlae'i
    Iticarblaantte aof linw.'" 2r
    Isluciarh''a,mit t-- of tim na. m ~a ~ ,
    4'xiii,' airona and aanuaa.uai *o:2 Iar
    4 trgazuac nh Od vlat:, I.-11:1t itr :gA rain,


    Th. tti knavt. praafCr. F. Chci!,V4'r. Pt.1D., (of IT 1 1/I~.
    ca./eandia (.aifg'qe. )'-. 1.%ity., :I hi,%a.,'it..rima ~ 1.~
    tt. j,tIaa*-t tlhat 'At'have *-%*,xr anw.vie'd- i u i
    unopit. ~ llut ioi a. pxtra-'anely aiit. H nii I itbl riiy


    plio*Wltes of tIimeand Sodaa wiv Conipare this stateinocrt wit 11thec-
    prevent and cume thefe diseases water' frim niqrfa('p ,!-fhu. drive'i
    It supplies Wus the matezia needed welk, so-called "5iti- 01(
    to form strong o-s. "red ~ ditcesl.-, now uQed by inmanlare-idfeut-
    blood and solid flesh. It wi also Of tile city, arid ref-ilect thattJ 01,'IS a
    y'ear iaavable sewi-atint-ahllviii ;ad-
    reach the infant through the mioth. 11,.lic) cent.,Ca'titsa 11t), i-at' abot
    er's milk, and be of the greatest a 2 cunt~- a day foir atloo fatcet. 0 bVanY ii'
    benfit to both. no0w t1'~itg smrfaco watf-r filU'd within
    At .all drugzi (s ; o:.and $a oal, I mii Itler of i lfl p ii o'. itHii I'' a ,
    SCOTh' BOW AN E. Chcrnaits, N*ew York. and(1 ):e(tc'rja, call P? ((Cl! a1 a it abu 11
    ___________________________________ aumxt 'aiu;'jly tf wat-t :' ~r rtlit- ti-, ( f
    ___________ -an i% a' ~yiflfatiiiihv. fo I diIi:'
    SCHOOL SU PE RINTEN DENTS. cakt. ~i~~
    Success~ful (onfatrranor- rat Coll IagtPro- thl.i t' Ei".tt. i:i, ra re.-lilt
    fea~ti l aa (' et hicagoi. ira i:i ti,. '.aaa 111i : a' 1. v W ata. '.if It-
    CflC~dO, eb. '7.--The annual can- Ii? ;or i,.1.a'rii t!.#.' lt']i, lt iiraiarh. tv
    ference of the deTparttnint of sup~rin- .;*\te1ia,!a -, pI '- t X-
    teua'zi(110Of ~tile _N.lntouil E1. 2U ation a3- et--'' tat' ita a I-.ti-it.7 1. in, i I a~j
    *o.:ta~ti an opened in .Uaivexisny ha.'., a. ~tah a- l iha
    dav. Tine aea antnauesamong t 11J jII(
    T' I1:., Iva li 1a l ivv'.' ti.2 ill
    its m n, fl !-:r.'-T4 nilre tnaat U-."j uA.:-,;a pr -Ctl t fl: :-1-- v(I--.-a a ~ -
    ft sor., au( nal 1:1 It.'.. j tri an i O d super- 1 .4111:11~ ll-
    '1n r* n: u F8 which 1; teuoi to f 1'z1t I.iait' fn. u, aaT!,If 0
    th'a .T.-ningfs ai4.'.aa. lu. .e ISOi i atIo'-,h-i ofI 'fatin.. :'. Ad
    t..I;.,I .I ai i~'i~n.hdtaJuO.m~ttt in iuthe- E%1.N c, 011rv. a'1,w iL''runig ;tai'I afternoon x". jI i. I
    Swe,(aO. ,a'ito tue d:sc-n-.r~n V :I ,d-'I
    z :1a0 f, u('atla'nal iwo-k. -r't.l~ a i
    u! i EejaniiV I2 W.


    I,,:r.,-, ( 'a% ;v'i '~'a' ant Augos-
    TI :.: ,~.. ;UK :t lu ng.iu bc.iaiif


    :.:: a nd. uii t aiiia.a (if ti-, S Tiff-.p.rt di.
    10:1 -ti' i4Yuv i' :o1 ia 'ntlof Cart-
    t,11:u ( aG.:'L ~~ rufaa'LL cruise t,)
    ciiaraa"-stn t1, i a vo-untary crualce.
    -',''ra.en1 1i m ii ;a.-'ni ag 1 lpoe
    I.. at. aU a ~I ~'~stta't'itilu be two
    'tl .SI (1 U ; Itt ''h hail the re-
    3 7a.-. st '.-"t(11---i n-ii, tul bo taken.
    (in crti'1 ;to the Lnurmh'vkr1r am far as
    .-I is -..L".4o' Q 3 .1 i1 S.
    y' Fv' Fo. Fa:a7. Aza-nts of Penn-
    api-,ali-t-a have R,-cnred opi,
    talls I, i 00au tv(,u-tVC.vo a(Maof iiteatcati
    kana 1Ivinl- en tueiaiuloxar Valley
    rat' no. a near Uri.s:aa. Te: ti. It is in-.
    ten'ieatoaati ()(tp1 i' W q.4-iirrit_ if the' doal
    is V oced. A la-;:- qicrry is area iv in
    o'1~erat iou. Al'catit ,;g nt wilili be ~m-
    plo~v".. Tit hl"'e:a'ii ni-a in quali-
    ties e~cential to u. ahs-i:It.:


    d I d y-o p-a via for xoal.- N'

    n a'. ia.h'CTa -.ah. I '.~ It' I I1 1

    a a.II. I i,


    WlN HOP GO,
    -IInpoirter. an I I o. flerb ina-
    Chinese and Japanese
    4.--Fancy Goods,-r,
    FINE CHINA TEAS.
    Na, 31 Sm.ilh i'alafx street.


    Laundilry ()OI'ivo


    F or `Sale. ~11VSO

    ~, ~ ~~77 Train,. l.'ave' Pt-iisaeca o for the i.!ttlt
    cI' trith. C-,~l(1(aI ltav.iw' ', Pivtetto Hei'a'h, Warrlngton. Navy
    ,~. 1 ~., 'Iarai Iland )"-r Ii'arrane.,i% at
    11i2 iI, jif 1. ..t'JC th w / i /(( t:'. na. ar!: Vo' t Fort, Ha-rarcenm 7:lr,%
    I' -wla~ T. rrvsat For, Baarrwn.:a 4It-I],a is .:
    .~qIr ni e Stelroo. i lr :aa4p.in. arrive, at P'.rt 1-arrancitt. 1 :41 T. II
    T P::r;!)21 pit i. iaarrve' at hart batrritne 1:.~ 1):t ipta
    Stow'ell .lla-chl//(V. CL( -/i-:1.5pa. 9t.a.nrai'e at l'ort Barrar~caas7:;-1'L) i,
    /)#l~~*A 4.i -~t~~r 1. Itspn. a, -iveat IFort l$eirrouaracah:t45 pan
    pait O '-d -ivetothirln; Traius lea-ve Fort Barrsnncn for Pon&&-
    'eI 07( Ijs'~ %* t a Furta'.-4 t Ponvtcla.... 1W:1:4 p. m
    I I:.'%) i. u a r v, a;tvant Pa-t'a .- ar,.'ft ...... :4'6 p. w
    Bar da ll t,(I -( ~* 1'~ap. ta. airrav' nt '-i-'(it ... .....
    ''1 -a 7:a I., ra.n%,'ia-t I.:'a.':1 7 1ap. III

    I ~ I5'.'a 1i1 'TI.4. itI i. in. I a n.. r
    t1o 1 1 Fo ,11 f t:tT,.kr. p I
    a Its.
    ILiKL A 'IO 17N, ,B Ha.:-,.
    I;. p"'' a i .~ ~ '
    17 L i~itoP a n.t 's'.:a' .t r-u n.


    no R a. r! 4!'.a ~t' ?1 p


    Fnlx I-wa -'ait :ta-alu.Vl iT. italit- 14 I


    Gco.Pb/ a-


    Aorci.


    sanic disc&vs without any incon-
    vc,.jenrf% OLD BY ALL DRUGGISTS


    - .-- For Your Family or Your Horse


    Hand A- Sloan's Liniment
    It Mils germ% in a marvelous ran-
    ncr. It is the best antiseptic known
    arid positively cures
    Rhub sm, Craup and Colic,
    I /'Invaluable as a liniment for family /


    Telephone No. 46.
    a


    EST AND MOST POPULAR BRANDS OF-:+--


    Wi:, Uh Ll U y001 !IL,


    ..;/BEERS, ETC.,-iz


    IN WOOD AND GLASS, LARGE OR SMALL OUANIT;ES.


    SOLE IENITS FOR


    PFNNLANI) RYF W11IPKY,
    IBR(OKHII4L SOUR MASH.
    YELT/)WST&)NII RYF WHISK(Y.
    DAIRY MAID) WHISKY.
    ATLANTA BRKWINO 'T'N
    CELEBIRATED) I IRI\T.ii.s al I~


    SOMETHING NEW


    .EVERY DAY7,


    HALL & KLEIN'S


    Mammoth Retail Grocery,

    502-504 SOUTH PALAFOX ST-,
    I'zolophi.onx a380.

    1 X\Patron-. Ni-w aunl (Olid, are ('C>rdiaillyI nvi;,.d t'o \i-,t .,:id Inspiect
    their nimense Stock.



    Delmonico Hotel and Restaurant

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

    *R;: ooms for Rent by the Day, Mleek or Ilonth. .
    311, 312 North Tarragona Street, Opposite Union Depot.
    O-Teiephone 68.--0 [
    ----GEO. WILSON & CO0.,.-0-
    Don't Forget to Stop With the Fat Man.
    _ FRESH VEGETABLES RECEIVED DAILY, IHOLIESALE IR All IT .
    " lat th.' I IVI.Pensacola. Florida.' I "iaftr."


    W4.M I ~ 'a Aa~


    a' ii:
    4. .a'.~au.


    lu` *.:l at


    .5--' I aa"taia-r.


    First National Bank


    O~' PENSACOLA. FLA.


    W,%. H1. KNOWLES, W. A. BLOUNT. F. C. BRF-NT, W. X. HVER. JR
    D. G. BRENT,




    LI'Wn drr~w our own P,i of F'7zliayie ou h'tPr I:nieland
    Qernianv. Fratnce, A.:Trt. t,-.17, 13a'1 p~i.i(l nl t= I:i,A Nor
    "ray, 13wf.J-n, Devnm,-rk,%,ai otfier iEi:7cpso:'a zun~:::b.
    XW'Vo,3iqls Dis.3--tr-Apo hn mf~~.s~,TriA their
    ()blizator.s Taken Pay.n.bliat jort cf)ltl!, 7;-..er F'ftem Day3

    AVZSafety Dc-po3ki Bx-onfar r R r- Connection
    with whiot2 we hnvo n t'~Ap- -etfar the Us.


    4'


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    ea::c.ur to A mry f Tra 't.,,)
    T!'Ori'POR AND JOl-_EP, OF



    r.)-., N.', Azxo. hx-ovel, 3Saw Mill and to.rmbat r'i .: Coc:k.'
    acd Heat'ing Steve-, Paint, Oi- 0.:nd WiLInd- OlaWF,
    Ag-- and Tinware and Housefurn hs!ng Uoods-
    Gns, P:to: .ad Fi: inu,- Tackls.
    AGENT for Birmingham Rolli;.g MiliA Comprrny, I, v, re Glank
    Stitched Belting, Northampton Emery Wheel Comp-any, Laftin & Rand
    Powder Company, Johnson's Kalsomine, Iron Ring and Buck'. 4 Stove;
    and Ranges. Win. Coup A&Co.'a Raw Eide Lace Leither, Mactry'3 Ready
    Made Railroad Colors.
    Masonic Temple, Pensacola, Fla.


    JOHN McDAVID, H. A. WATERS,

    REAL ESTATE AND BROKERAGE. Butcher and Green Grocer.
    CITY PROPERTY, FARMING PHONE 172.
    PHONE 172.
    AND TIMBER LJANDSi Fre-h Tennesisee and Native Meat-,
    FOR SALE. I Chickens and Country


    A child's life may be
    blighted by the diseases of
    youth, such as Rickets,
    which is characterized by
    weak bones or crooked
    spine, and inability to stand
    or walk steadily, or Maras.
    mus, that wasting disease
    characterized by paleness
    and emaciation, or Scrofula,
    a constitutional disease of
    the glands and neck. 6

    Scoff's Emulsion
    of pure Cod-Liver Oil with Hypo.
    S -- .A-- * r I!- A C .- ...:


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    4 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1900.


    THE DAILY NEwD:
    B ered at the Po't OfELc- at Pen>acola.
    P -s..-econd-clabs n.atter.

    OrrlIvc Pitt .u.:d:ng. -.: ou:h Palsa-
    se street. ur..-tairs.

    l'i b1.A}~11I' It'
    THE ,T.WS PU7LISHINGG On.

    Terms-Invariably in Advance.
    oe Year by. Ma.! "*
    >.&A I lt vu L o "
    **me Month
    O e Week. t,% < arn-r. pya: :.** M ,:id v

    THE WICIK I.Y NJKW :
    Pen .*<-*: r} l .a' a tt i ,:. r year
    PoSg- fi --
    TELEPHONE NO. 118.

    advertising Rates FurnihAEd on Appflice' .n.






    Theu paper I on le with the
    UBNING ADVERTISING CO..
    DIime1ttt Building. St. Paul. Minn., v.bce
    erwMalbse, adrertisera and other: -na-
    xammmte t stand wber etimates ril be giver.
    poepoea for GENERAL ADVERTISING

    PENSACOLA. FE?. 27,. 1SOO.

    THE 7Mi--'>;',!i o~: ar:in it .tor-
    law i l la . :, ,ii','; ,d inc, ,-titu-
    t.o:iai a:i'1 v. id by tt..- -ui.rz-in- court
    41f that -:at.-. T!.'- t wa- int,-r:ded t"
    prot,-et -imall d i :lt -r- fr-,m! ** coi.n-
    ;Oetitzt .n o f d<-;.; :t::-f-:it -t,* by a
    tradu:it ;:- tt a.t eyes. and w:.- c *.., u r .,urt- hi.a i;.' :
    thro g , it:. t u.,- uh-Ai::. ri anI :i :. !
    un-d ;,,., 'at,,. .Ja ,t..,i:. \v;ll !,,
    icit .'f i .. :> ..:* .


    A ar ..-:. .. a r -- :.: -- ;: -
    S jA.l I. u t '. : .. . : ,- ,' ,- 1':, .i lt'-
    rP, a t.. ;;irk .r:, .:t.ce up .; t]: :. ; ,;. y ',


    t-1 Ct;t-ur a .-'. ":' "i: ri i 1-1. ," .* *< '-. "1 .; .-
    .'u t t d.tI .., t.i ,I l v '- ,. .t-u.1 ,--
    i aI u tih;. 1 ;t' T a ;.-ll -
    mid\>i.<'< *l;;.;. :. a!. s ,a., ". % .l y ,.
    ..:.ctoui ,,. ; t .: t at r ,,:-
    I c lLio.r jn : -; In .n'l t,.' .l p ,,a hi'
    wt-as Wt I -: it h .u..l L't :.c t'! i -d at
    uany t,.ti. -: ; i. H. :a. '
    It r u-< i I" i' I ;i"lc u tC i Fl, tio di
    public Ict'o .1 -y.-ti'n i,a- 1 th-:w weak-
    -Tid ad (i; .. d "by :wit :!i tit; to,.
    mucehthat Mr..M '11};,t! exceillen:-
    article wa- blti. till, -iy and ju'-t. A
    COutiseus. f th- vliew- of tL,." patroi;-
    i;c -clool- would al:no'-:
    unanimuouuly tendr-e and approve
    the Expone-it'- wi-o. coindemntation:
    'fthe p, -irt ioi u- pr.ictic.- f *lrobbit.:
    tthe l:aiy for th- Ir, : ,-fit ,f t - tw.'-"


    Td : ..- wi lab< r. with Land oi
    brain, 1.u-t llav-' relaxation!: in s .,nI-
    form,oL L.bor b, c. .;;s hurtful rather
    than h< lt!.f:l. 1';: divine i jutle-
    tion of weekly r, -t -carcely v unlic,-
    for thte pre--< t: .,' wi:-n l,tIbr i-
    imperativ, i t. : .. ..--ari. i :%d
    com fort-, i;', fi'ti;.z -, t .tI',.
    and the i;:- id- of ?!.,. pt-o;ph, cla-- iy
    cla s. are .t .* pr 1."i ; ... v;d -ti.
    T he e*-tal>!;-!. n -:." : i! ; u l, I,,l|-
    days and t! ;.;;.**n::;,.:it b'3 tndi-
    vidua: ac'l,:i i ; ': . i (.*( it-
    iiaU i- of, re- N .. : :4'-r .:i ,,7 *! i
    i;Ul;-,ly re .. :: o,| ,' t!.': !:y-!'.\ .
    and m'i. nt.-i n1. ..--:t! -- 1 t1 :. i'im!i:in
    ra.e.
    'I t, .u i .ual r., u: '- f ,," ;. : -
    l -unt pi i'". i f ;,-'rr., .':. 1 I;>or:-
    ed ;. WotI t tl;: .1 l r f or, 1IZ :
    ipopula.i ,. ,-1 .**;.: ; :-va ,11

    the S..r; -t '. r i-;:. *;* ::., !t: in 11-
    populatio-#-N- w Orl- .1!)-: a:rd it-


    Celji.'llent ~t- .V.. :si, '" ar 1> ae-t
    E-a & ',rliv .* -;.'.t i., hi..,t-., .. fi i4
    all p s etion >', t ,' ty. :..: 1
    later yeat-. ai .. n:, .-*,i. d; i. ,
    butul a ,t II ,Y ( it : '.
    S outlh 0):' ;:,:, "' of [ "" ILtI :;, :-
    ratiou .f th,-. :.' :, -'.' -
    tainiilt it- !.: :it, -.r
    provide h o>;, < ;.i. i ,. -
    who ha,** t v -
    tIDl t 4 w N -

    woulLda {,- -, ;', : ::.' -
    but trt* ii . .. : :

    and ut 1'-- r .:- .
    'b t!..,u- : :' .- : --
    Thon t* i- .


    t, n d st,-" t .' _-; ". t-" : ,; ',!,, : i,
    Grat-r of --i 1,,- : .
    ra fl it :
    ;rac l.. t : '

    r1i4- r I !.
    tieflt- o.


    of the < l"
    ukeen 1 "-' t.' .4 -. : -
    S rily a ch- :: t : ,- !.'' -j



    dnc^d !. '. v.,- >..W .I- o -:s,-
    tors. aud r* -" :,::- : .1. '; ..--'-. -', .
    fU the '-t:tr':- "IT .--,!.u v a'.,i :a: :
    grsat car::v.,l '. t i :.
    The pr.jcti i.,i- b.' :; b i;.li.i.:'ly
    ati.cet.Ce ..-:il;;y L ::a ; 'urat-d in1 P'n-
    a-s '..!:,. a tnd :i- ti 1 ..;,'II r- 't:r- :;
    eacti s; "Cee ' F 'Weted. wit, sut' i: .'love-lenti- ;i-


    STATE REFOKM SCHOOL.
    The Board of Manager4 Promulgates
    Rules and Regulations.
    THE NEW is indebted to Hon.
    W\n. H. Milton, Jr.. president of the
    board of managers of the state re-
    :fi)rm icho'l at Marianna. f,.r a copy5
    of the rule- and re2ulatie,::- estab-
    lished by the board f,,r the k'overn-
    ment of thl at in-titution; to wi:ich is
    append,-d the full text of ..- law
    creatinrL t.he school, and a li-t ,.: its
    officers and employe-. ThI- ril,-
    were adopted by the board at it-
    ineetin iof October 12. 1, zo. and lt.'.
    instituianu wa. ,ptned for thel r-ce,-'-
    tion4of itll;atp-J January 1. 'iJ. veryv
    board f4 county coming m--on.ers.
    every pro-ecuting attorney and every
    jud:, i l th 7- ,tate liav'iiig deet1 dtliy
    nottifti- tl.-reof.
    'The rule-s arn .- i: ii'njiuber. anid.
    a!tihoi, t, ,,:J ni f4 th-lf!! i i!.iy n,,t be
    actually required in practice during
    the fir-t v-ar of th,- e-tabillt-i i t.
    the care with which *hey have been
    ra)rmulatted sows that they are 1il-
    tended for every emnerzncv thl),t
    mny arise in the mnanagementof the
    school, so fi r as could be auticipated.
    President MiAton. who i-i unders-tood
    to have prepay red them. iha c ertainlyv
    done the wurk wisely and well. and
    in so doing ha- exhibited a degree
    of fori-thou;zht and patriotiQm which
    will stronlyv accredit him to the pieo-
    pil of the eitlre -tat.-.
    It tnow rTi ainji. for the law offi-
    cerf of thie -f-veral c, untit'-. i:!
    toinjuixctilri witli th;e board- 'of
    county co('mi--iolner- t!.:ereof, to
    -et, ttat t0,', cla--s-' which the school
    wA-. intended to benefit a;r- p'. illpt-
    ly co -iitriln-i to it- care. in1 oId it -:' t;it
    it- beneficet.t purpo-e nmay b- f"Ily
    carri-d out.


    Tl:.'re i- no better medicine. fr .- i
    l. tli-- t.ujin Chanbihrlain': <'.,n:s
    I* -tiu-dy It- plJ)a-nLt ta-t', .a.i
    i ion'it sa;id it"f-'ual cure- m;irak; it
    . ft.,vrait- ith lIii tier- ;atd :-n ,:t:
    ('-l.ildr,-u. It quickly ciuire.- tf.';I
    iouli- and colId-. i)re-v,-t:int)r I: -u-
    io',iia or othei4-r -riou- co-* lem -
    It all-o cur-.- croup and ha- ,li-tin u- .f
    Il t t114 of tUou-arttd- of c I-a-- wit -
    ,,ut a i-i,'ite failure o far .i- we !:,.v,
    bh-e- e abl t l.) 1'arn. It l''4t o)1ly v(i -
    croup. but twh i giv-ni a- -o ;i- I -
    ,.r .niy -O, ] ,i-!| :[i;. r-. w il! ijp -v, ::t
    t 1,- attack. I L A ;a-# -. %f jwi],. ., ii:,,
    v,.u.1r1- it liqii ef,-r' the t"ntIzh iIUvii-.
    i;i.;kit:g it *-;s-i l'I n- the -,.veri;y ;:id 'f;i- 'y
    t the paro)xy-iln. o4f ca.-.iti.:. !t1,-
    i<- ;>rivi:ej t!ha: di-ai-,- of all! d. ,:i ';
    Oi'- coi-.(iu.e. For -alie ,Iy H 11-
    n' -. 21, S. Palaf'.x -irt.


    THIIE roi1.1F C 'Il T.
    ,ssie lI ai; i 'in,< 1 ,.-asil) I., te.i-(-
    inll aln Oticer.
    T'L r-I' we :'- tw( ty-tre :-c 1- -
    fo,, M -I y,,r H iliar, in th,- ,p .l'.
    i,,,urt thi- I, YiniiiL. of w it'!i e- i.ht
    vrer di-ca:g- -d and four continue,-.
    E--ie Travi-. charg-,d wi h rf -t-
    i:l; an .tli,'-r w ljil-, iln di-;'-!:t! . of
    ;i]- duty. wa- tinlled # .(o.
    Tin Hidl-v. -ain- cL.arg-., w.t-
    fin,-d ";,
    Jo-' Jac-kon,. ch:irgd with a-~ault
    wi th a knife. w:J- fin.-d $1,1
    HeIinlatn \V'a-liin.:to, tait Man:i,-
    D.-a-on,. chabrzed with hbei-i (iiink
    :ind d;-, .'-: iv. w i'- ii:;. d 7 <, :t:.
    9lo "--- +ectivfly.
    I 1: it w -I'r ;Ial-, I-Ill )a -r if ra-f
    f r b,* iZi dril.r:l. T!.,- in, -- ,., -.

    Id 1.*1 t1. ; t :l
    l v tr ; l I : 1 ; '. 1 i 1:.. : .: -
    a lf. ** : t. it ; t i r d i- I -d
    ,it po -'t i.' t bl *- : . : .. I e ,,-
    -i'rV,,u- t.i -. h .ni{ic'). :,:i d tiv 1.

    t!.. r ,o Ir .... t f, 1 l;k ".
    I.'-'. ; to JJ. \V. ( .;rt, r. lil.'vill .
    Il 1. tHe -. v : "rI.-l c;l1 llmtte.r-
    :|l'0" i -;-t t ,"t '.I: :. fo, :i I l;a i w h.'. 11
    !, i~ ll 1'11:1 d, '>\ ;i "i n d .i n 't (.0 "
    w !,,:,-r li,. livt, ,nr ,li.-. It did1

    ", l a;..,'-tit+- tl:,n ; "n, y ;': i .t I c" ,n,!i
    iiav', at ir ',Cs 1,,.. on ,'f.." O)ty
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    ,irl, or.e. Ev, ry bott1- ,,n a ,--ed.


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    Local for.cast for Pew.cowe and rtstu
    C 'i r. i this aftfrw"a : fuir t4,rt a tlr t-c AI.
    i'!w 'r;, /. ra tr( L iarfre.,h'u; t!? hif,... eg vt
    ' *it r.irtt.'.'-.r wtiriid.: T7 "rsfda i, ar. M.jiinmum
    t.:; *relt'. p, trdfr b. P J ( grej kna; ivm anb
    3 1 4ft 14 'vr 1.;r fe m u.in.ui.t ,C.4 y)..'mit .

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    'TD -. J. Rhodes of MeiS,. Ga., is a
    lu-ta tt e Lewisr lhou-e.
    J. I. Haviland of Fort D 1dge.
    IwA. ar; at the L-wis hou'l--.
    A. r.irlndrs of Mobil,- took in the
    Mardi Gras festivitit ye-tera.vy.
    Dr. J.. Westlinreiard of At-
    lanita has rooms at the E-citubia.
    Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Orr of Kaanas
    City are guests at the Etcailnla.
    J. H. Fuller and two d .Uihiter-1 of
    Brewton were visitors here ye-ter-
    a ay.
    J. H. McWilliams an-i wife of O0;k
    Hill. Ala.. are guest- at the Nler-
    chants hotel.
    Miss Carrie Mil:'.on. of PIine Ap-
    ple. Ala.. ri-gistered at the Mer-
    chants yesterday.
    M. N. Foshee. jr.. of Mi;l:on wa'
    in the city y eterdvay to witioie-s the
    Mardi Gras fe-tivitie-.
    The U. S. lirht hou-e tnd.lr Man-
    lgrove ctme i;p to Pail itf x waurt lhi iS
    niorni;:- for provi-io).s-.
    TI", American -.'>ieonr DJ)nna
    Cliri-tiaii arrived y -,.--rd y tfoie )
    Havan't with 1 ] t.Il- ,of -ctip iroln.
    Mr. E. H. Skinn!:- and fain:lv.
    M1i-- H !:;e- n>(i ;at>d M i1-- :i-ii : of
    E-cambil. are topp;ili at t!..- i'-Cu.til-
    b:a.


    The L p ii' t h .|; v.a ; F i:t SoI,,.'i-ty
    wi!l meet ini(-( t II v. ry r In: )I T#i-
    plM,'- t; .h- l at.o'cl frK l'ri ay it.l-
    !A .. n.
    i l' ,,i ta
    t, rdi-y .ll-in H avanat aic l, tWi ,, >i r -
    ;.nl (;'-r"w t iur t d out i-t Wi .it 'i
    Ilma ltue.
    M.1.-tr-. H. E. IEllridgfe ind wife.
    ai! 1i-s Mlini. E:K ride ,,f .Mi'ton
    w-re uamo)t t!:'" E--r.tnbi'- gue tt-
    ye-terday.
    G. A. Hart. and J. (). i. \Vlla -e.
    of .aMiiit-he, .Mcll.. ar ivi:'d it! the
    city yesterday and itoi-:t.ri, .it the
    E-c:ati bia.
    T L IIng.ram of Atla;nt:i. r(lp:e-.ent-
    in the Soutl .rn 1;-11 l leph i -;t lawid
    I'ile l'a ph C'omiuny. arrived he-re-
    tl.i- mirntin:.
    Stato Suppri:>tpind,.nt l a.t;- ;nd
    (',,inty Sitperint,'n d"tit ('o o,; :re ro-
    LaiVy eIl|a-.ed in O -itin : sn; "r- of the
    county ellools.
    Thle 4panih ii team -hip Vivinii; wa-
    vl-:m-I yesterday by th' litO Trau-
    -it Co lor Liverpool wit ; :I nil-w.el-
    laineous cargo valued at $2'7.4 I..


    Amnonf the vi-itor- I h-re frin B Ilw-
    dad yesterday were ltRbt. St-Vfel-n
    and wife. LIenlont t--v(n-. l.Rberlt
    WV. Steven- and (ieto. L. .i-vi .-.
    The E-cambia liotel wait,1- will
    iv. a eake-walk il th : i. in I'roolli
    of tlhe l1it4 l to-.nigilt. lii'i. lt*,l". at :)
    0.'c(l,)ck. -::arp. Ad itt~--in f .
    G(nl.W. S'. Saidy anti vwi f iro -
    r illl ," .* l-tr (l ;lt I ,' ; .,!l;
    '*(,; ( y. 1M r. S.,.rav ;-, !:l-
    I, -U t luI bel)r deal' r a (;r-,-i t, .
    1.1r f,)llwiS .: f tt., t l, l r ,, :' I '.
    --terd iyi f',mli; H .vF;i!;t : na! ,
    '- <"t Il-i:l ;>, 'T',,' ;," : C ,.~ V .- ,.
    J. 11. il ', i- *, J,' !.:i A V. I
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    T'i.: f. li,,w ing v,-~- l- 1- : ; .- i.
    a t t',#*- l' i, t I ''. i -. 1 ;:, i -'.<
    lor -za : Stella. .Ni t r. M .: a.
    l. ,v (il dy -. F ; ':sa'y* : :, ..il[ l 'lia-.
    J. 1T it-.
    T i .- h i=, .,,' ;,ii.tli;. ,,: f u : t- r-t
    (.x p'r :-iv' ; i T r,-' 10' " : ": !'iiv;il
    ip.tr:,.I,- l.i-t in li" w Ixf; I, ; I- zd
    of\'I -i ". ine ::i-aI. n !ti -:: :i a.,
    ta -.trtir ,z..
    The F.cj.A 'iAi "., :,Y ln'd
    navy he iJqua ; '" a" ; : '. i
    la r'. ;iu nler ,f I'. ,. r t
    I0 irr.,n ac i nt ld ti!, :, '. :: ; ) i:;.:
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    from ir--regular menses. Some-
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    V often -* sometimes not often 4
    ) enough-someti:res the fl ,w is
    too s,.ant, and again it is too
    profuse. Eath symptom shows
    that Nature neecs help. and
    that there is trouble in the or-
    gans concerned. Be careful
    when in any of the above con-
    ditio::s. Don't take any and
    every !rostrum advertised to
    cure femal-e troubles.

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    FEMALE REGULATOR
    i is the o:ne safe and sure
    rAmeC.cine for irregular or pain-
    e ful men-truati.)n. It c:res all
    0 the ai:lents that are caused by
    i:'reg:laritv, s::u h as !':cor-
    Srh'La, fall--, (, the w(mb. A
    nervousness; pin::s i the head.
    back, breasts. :-h';.ui!ers. sices,
    hips and .imbs. "y regulating v
    A the menses s) that they occur
    " every tw.,ty- ::,,h day. all
    Sthnose aches disappear together.
    Just h-.fore y.v:r time comes,
    g.-: a bottle a':, see h ,w much i
    1 gd it will do you. Dr:L;) :-ts J
    Sell it at i. .
    # Send f -r our free b'.n. Per:ect f
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    w ill be po-, it- d -';i;- of -i:c)
    art- print.-d( i.- i. a. iln tii~ i- i .
    A moni t!,- I'hlri; ian.i. rezi-tored
    :it toi, E-c- imiii ar 1). E V i -"la r I1-
    >ii 'l I)-Fiiiui::k Spri,;r -. S. 11 i; -
    ,:or I of ('aryvil 1.-. Mr-4. A.Sw. .t|,t
    ofTallah:a--ee an i J. M.1. ;Mcl4et-. of
    Montic,.ll,.
    "l'ieplp, n lid <.:,i o r:i, l ,I .,t ti e
    t Itthl4 icc ('!Ii',-hi yv '-( i l: ;at J. N.
    A.lldr-w-' oic-,. wa- won bi v Mr-.
    Y". Hlun-ler. the firtuniatte l.!dt of
    ticket No. '-7.
    A plel:ta:.it p,:rty ,-f i'l; e iasur>' -~ -k-
    "rs -njoy.d a. -;a:l oi th,-. h:v .Mold.yv
    ill (Capt. -'-ed's yacht, the WalL.ce.
    The party included Mi J. F. 'Piic-
    and Mi.- Julia P'rice tf Atlantia.
    Mis Miriam Price. MliJe-i. .- Nicli-
    ol4.on. Mi- Matrie Il-al ind Mr.s. A
    I. McCa-kill of Pine Itirre-n. and
    31 is.- Mar.:aret Price of l).-catur. A1la.
    Amton,)' the large number of :-rri-
    val registeredd y-terda: at thli
    I.-wi.. iiou-.e were \V. P. I),iLl.i( ofi
    BIrewton. R. L. TfLeus of Highitote,
    Ala.. T. L. Well-. of Chipley. Willie
    Ste,-el of IDeFuniak. \V. 1). Comman-
    der of ILaurel Hill. W. E. Peters arid
    S. E. Smith of (,,n vi,. G-o. Adai'.
    1. A. H.irk"-r and EJ C. Iik zi Ctf
    Caryville.


    An interestinl'z incidiit of t!he N. w
    Orleans Mardi (irats wa,. a co)iicat1 nI-
    ation of H. o o,., pr,,.dt-I by thate
    delivery fo* };j,,ll!i A rth:ur .J,,l -,I,',.
    of HI 11 o i Nin o-te n !i-v c i.dl-

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    ;.14 -1 !: 0 ,1 '-dai k h i;ri, e. |. t'eh rr. :a--
    -uiii. t!that th, d:l!ict;lty which will
    .rl-" in ; ".oo 1 ..[ a'ltw,'e II th two
    ':::Ii !"'i 'i i'l*a ,ateli {a :t; .,. ;,- w ell ;is
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    6 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1900.


    CRONJE HAS




    SURRENDERED


    Gives Up the Fight After One
    of the Bitterest Struggles
    In History.

    HIS BRAVERY ADMIRABLE


    Brittish Vitory %Vipes Out SizeeBitter
    Remwnsmbg'.eeuc.- if Mwjubsa's Bloody
    Battle -f Nisa-teq-o@ V....,,Age-Eu.a-
    land FExul:% Wish "Little Rub.,"
    Although iti- Itbu~t utVia Considi-
    ered but a Naiurul S .qat-ne. -4t 1I
    The lie-caniaag of 1h E-d, .uittAll
    Predict a !-pqe'ey ( lilts fi.
    Lomp i. 7 e* --,. -I'L war C. ---his
    received th'- .a. dis;;a:cih from
    Lord Rotretq.
    -PAAl.'11O Ii, le. Gnc-
    Cronje and si. of hi-i f, r c-c cip.l.anci
    Uncond.t.oaa-V a:a' ;LII,-ht &a! .s now


    O6EELAL P. A. CRO .)B.
    a prisoner in my camp. Toe strength
    of has force will be communicated tarer.
    I hope that her majesty's government
    will consider this event satisfactory. oc.
    curring as it does on the anniversary of
    Majuba."
    THE END NOW LOOKED FOR.
    London lMperr Preir:eting an Il:.rly
    'lTrnrleatit'on of llot lillles.
    LONDoN. Feb 27 --"Majnha avenged."
    "Croje surrenders," 1"Great Lritiah
    victory."
    These are expressions being rhoute.i
    a.I over L-'nd,,n today, yet there are
    few outward signs of the natural joy
    that Lord Roberts' dispatch nas reat.v
    Crosuje ha been *ookai upon as asnobt
    a eersainiy for a week past aud n,ow
    that it has coma e:ntLiusasm fins i:self
    d:Pe anted bry aticipati u
    '1n radpgnititent success of "L:td
    Ilb." i. a.iuoat overlooked in tLe tact
    is.it it evacarnu:aeaj wi toe uiin.vcr
    ot!t of s.auubt Li,i ani wipeJl ou: a d;s
    bhoor of ItH eArs' staudinig.
    Wat>e thb a:ieruoun psper. a-l corn.
    mrint upon tts nappy co:ncideut. iteyv
    ,no not forget he sp eatid brav-ry ot
    '* e.Umy. Tiee :I. James Gazette
    S'he sti:endli' cura.:e o: tiho l~ rs
    '.6 n*ot been .i.e to wi st;ani any
    nghr tIe tb (ubariument which :ew
    modern so.iders c *u d nave supported
    tor so many nounrs a they have days.
    The iaflueuna oX the surrender not only
    upon tbe sltuathwu at Lady-ath.b but
    otu the whoe c, Lduct o: tao war wil be
    i't tue news of the re ief of Lady.
    smith only reacau- Engiand, an t is
    possible ths may be tue sationa! happiness wood be tu.l."
    r.ursauib ted .Mljub...
    The G.obos. udenr the heading of
    **Majura Avergc'd." says:
    --We sash nut jump at tne coc usion
    that the war t over. but tuat a victory
    has been ganed winen brings the end
    well Man igut. General Cronje. no
    doubt, succeeded 1in eiaving Lo.an Rob.
    arts' entrance into Bloemfontemn. but
    the delav is ail he has been abe to ac-
    complah."t#
    Toe Westminster Gaz-tte, which is
    trlhned to tie pro-Boer., say:
    "Admtiration for the desperate valor
    o General Crooje is mitm.ed wita an-
    ger at the neceieaty imrc-d upon as of
    purchasmir victory at this cost. Let as
    resmetber Paerdeberw. it we lise. but
    forges Mijusa anad have done warn the
    whole train of masieading associations
    sad mascotevous itdas wnicu i:taetred
    arosld that uuhippr memory.
    lt;e news was rec-ived with un-
    boneded sa:isfaction at Win isor. Ibe
    quael ism4diately telegraphed her con-
    grartlatnons to Lord itober1 and the
    troos. and the inhabitant seizer. the
    occasion (f her majesty driving tn.ochu
    toe town on her way to take a raiu for
    a vtsit to the wounded South African
    *old:ers at the Net.ey hbospta., to give
    vent to their de.ight.
    The queen showed evident signs of
    Ie. p sai.'actioo. smi nlu continually
    1oi< I to ing in r sponse t the congratu.
    iatory cheers. Her majesty took quan-
    tltes of flowers to d;s r.bute to tne
    wi unded.
    A iertel has ben rece.ve i from a man
    an the F:rst Dragoons now in u-outn
    Afriu r

    Tried Friends Best.
    F.o;.
    .3r" lr.v 1'." .*i k IT.T'n fi'-:nd.
    A Known Fact
    '-.r ."t:- hca.aiche. yJ pepsia


    *:'.n a",]- a'd'~e1(i-ieasCs.


    pay tMMspoa reached LAdymUt Car.
    is* the engagemenat as Spie Kop. He
    says the Dragoons were the escort of
    the transport which was 7 miles long.
    and adds "that is why Bailer engaged
    the enemy at Spion Kop. Old Buller
    knows what he is doing and all are will-
    Wg to follow him in site of his re-

    Will B1e Sent lo oape Town.
    L< : N x. Fe). 27 -The secretary of
    state :or war. the Marquis of Lant-
    downe. announced in the house of lords
    this afternoon that the prisoners cap
    tured with General Cronje numbered
    about 4.000 men. General Cronje will
    be sent to Cape Town.
    seeing rnd Knowing.
    An etin .,i t Irl (c1Jef Justli-e who
    was trying :; r::. of w::vy ase' 1ll be-
    f:r'e lhi a wi a, ;i-. a:n ,li f:!rnm r. who
    was proc'i.:.e ti teli the jurv that he
    ha, "'kn,.<. l : .e path for Ok y-ar. and
    my fvyto,.r :.,'!l I as he IL arni my
    gram .l'rytr If -'"-
    "*.t,,:" .'*;. t!. Jud:co. "W e can't
    ha any ,li.r--iv :.\ lincen here."
    "N:" ;. .J lFar:mr Gilos.
    "I L,* :.,w .:. i.:,uw who thy fcyther
    . L'a.' .!i.t 1 .a! u!s i 'd ] tlhe
    j .- : : 'irts of lawv we can
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    'I. \x 1 :nz!aajl ne''jig use. trol-
    l.:'r.tw ta I: .;:rit uni songs' as the
    hooeei 'v-ex'fo~r-us:

    t.- c a r. i ; c.. : riv
    A:.2 c~:~e ~ t'cit e uum ig day,
    -And bo ;t o~lso~rvod. this *burn lag
    Itint Lo tohi -i %viva s oriehi agas dt-fluite
    a-I:~a.,:;.' This was none ot
    y o; rt-::,rg,iteeaiaI xxay stations.
    :i-t ;"* t~ if:, uf ticridment as the
    .1:ia:-:t~:M aa c!CUlWicee. Here

    i t~k, tve s.r, .. r,-of -~f mI ^ u~iv wret ch"'I
    i % A!,.,~. s .~t: te livinj


    floubplinag Ili-* JOY.
    'i 'itt. z ii:: 'il it-gi rl's father.
    ~*e. i:ret! ,.to it im::i-khling for my



    Utaieletn !. -!i:.)it. I lpropwse to
    rwi: md 1! 1,eA !I. Vou'afte'r we are
    1:111 ''! a .%wx: Ixx t hene hive- two
    flure -il''IU'' ~c~go Newvs.
    A Ltack.

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    S r1'ri-vuc4r'm. or-t rorulone paints."

    tI-z iI t';e' T!I'' *l kiolse'! off In
    ea'-e~ I .' xvi -.-r s fall tc irTio the


    M Rol. WiN%1,-.A Tt" I SYKT'P ha..
    ti--qn u'.'-d Veor 'cx en T Vn 'ar'. by limilionieclof
    uuwtb,-rs for n Tirictiaidrt~n while LesthiT:iv.
    with peont..ct -..'.It a'"eth.'q th..child.
    floftl- Lbrcte l(unin-. aliavoall pain. cu resswind
    Co01C lic. 1a1tiiLbol b.'t repn..'lyfor I iwarrbopj&.
    It will relievre Lb. ;o jnlittle sfeioo~-r imno-
    mo-dimt.-lv. MK'.ii tv iiTUgistokelit every
    part of the- world. twornty-ftye c.-tit. a hot.-
    tie. He. Aurv. and okook for 'Mirs. W:.I'
    ."..utbing tyrup.- and tLake lee another kind.
    %he SmecLed.
    A1.4 ;1te'it tof .-)ve Of 11140 'aitg ~
    chili-is xx -a it' 'atoivptinIlithe nose
    and thn:"':t1%-.A %cx it'ct: well known tor
    her x\ eer~ i I,)Sm;;-!;, vschlools In t h~s
    citr. Sliet' a :taI ir-.trl :is thlieorg:mnizcr
    (If n tiiiiiwr ,t ;mim.1ijigri'tte leaguest
    uliiiiif the s' ~l~xsShea came to
    la'r ciiL'ci !! t% .e I!i t: li-r]v clie' (cumeer
    h't ja~2~ It I!t i tI t!IV Useor the

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    Pinkham





    ,3 a prod and psor'o.s
    rcccrda it is a record of
    criu', of constant con-
    u:IOst over oA s feaf Ills
    of v/cmon; I s th.t deal
    out ,lecpair;f sffring
    thtt rna.ny women think
    Is woman's natural herin
    f-2;; ,difs w z r nedf cdis-
    pfcmanin6 k.. efdrive o:ut

    I'-..d Z -...-
    SLy Pinkharns i h Cr-.pound

    crc-3 these frzisd.'s of
    Semen, and rcbs men.-
    strvafion of its tor:r"'s.
    A!. wimnzaz ncc Rc with-
    Cozt ikf safest sa.s surcst
    advice, for SMrs. Finkham
    coiusE-els women free of
    charge. Her address is
    Lynn, Mass.
    Can any woman afford
    to ignore the medicine and
    the advice that has curod
    a million women?


    Chinese Inquest..
    Co;", ;Kers' Itinlue-ts are \xell known
    amonui the ('hinese. One of the chief
    d:.tereitices between their system and
    ours is that the Chinese doctors never
    dissect. In fact. Clitmiaen have a per-
    fett horror- of dissection.
    There are few things more absurd
    than the code of rules laid down for
    tLe Chinese coroner. In the tirst place.
    he is hidden to make sure that lie hba
    a dead ,l quest. That. however. Is less ridicu-
    Ious tlhan it sou11nds. for the hellthen
    C(hilne is tricky and iii;.y ldemianad au
    Ilinue'st on :. sliihn d';e'eised| with a
    view of extorting toroln',y fromi sometl
    person w' 1 vlho hmay I. dt'[uiulwit'dcl as lia\
    ill: 4'-.-1 1.'i I I ti I I .lath.
    ''te [I,rt'p e :e si gis wtichli shiv owIhe caise orf death..
    If thle t .c-eased is supposed. to have
    't.e'u -. I.snolled. rice Is put into Ils mIUouth
    IlId theln taliw" out nul "givetl to a:
    chi"1;'l.. Its ef'ecet ell the fowl decides
    thte question. Moat of the other meth-
    ,ods adroiptl art'l. t.et more alistrel andl
    fallr;iful. an. as aI result. i tin t ests iu
    'hltma do very little to pre.cutl crime.-
    ('hi'::ago Net-ws.


    lie Won the [leit.
    A showilliiin va-i m1i:kinl g great
    n-11 at the front of the exhibition of
    Vi ounderst he li::d on show. .A man
    standing in the crowd, with a little do;
    b si;tle .I;it (cri-e'! ut:
    "I'll tt you a quid you can't lot me
    se i. l:ion."
    "I' :'" sail the .showman eagerly.
    "'ut down your imon!iie."
    Th' 'li ::an 1 la':ced a soverri'gn in the
    l:ti)d of a 1iystander. au i the showman
    did the -a.;.'.
    "'Nu. w lk 1'i;s i w.y." J. said the show-
    i:; Ii. "';a l I'!l soon co( nvinll' you.
    TtI,eret'" s;ai that corui'r at the tintitif'ul Numidlan
    liori."
    "I1 don't set. any." respcond'.d the
    otl. r
    "'\\What's the matter with you?" ask-
    el! '!,*' s.lo, wn i.
    "I'm blindd" w:s the reply. and In a
    few minutes the blind mani IKwketed
    the two sovei.reitgns anti went away.-
    London Answers.
    How She Knew.
    Speaking of kindergartens for color-
    ed children calls to muind the experi-
    niice of a "et-fo' dle war" matron who
    was teaching oane of the little darkles
    on her plantation bow to spell.
    The primer stb used was a pictorial
    one. and over each word was Its ac-
    companying picture, and Polly glibly
    splIled o-x. ox. and b-o-x. box. etc. But
    the teacher thought that she was mak-
    In- right rapid prouzress. so she put her
    hand over the picture nod said:
    **''olly. what does o-x spell?"
    "Onx." answered Polly nimbly.v.
    "I low do yo-u know that It spells ox.
    Polly ":
    "Set-el his tail." replied the apt 1olly.
    -Memphis Scimita r.
    Dubious Compliment.
    "'And how di l you and :;-atidpa get
    alone Y inquired the doting mianinma of
    the precocious clhihi.
    "lie was pleasant as pie." replied the
    cherub.
    "As pleasant as pie?"
    "Yes. mamnma-short .anda crusty. "-
    Clecveland 'lain Dealer.


    '-1 t!iiv I woatd c1 o erzv-W;'th

    I II wrl'f it-.- Ma.'NVhayff i. s,;-t

    X1e vto, I i 3th r1, i ,- :o: I-.11


    %-.r-anibrd r" L... 'end Er-ve ,-.
    Hn.d' P:.rh-iltqI on. ilnI


    Frort'v'dhe Jaut ardy Lay' lope.
    Faurd: I-.i md ali i .Ein ti--eat-.


    P~iper: IDeani-cca- Cre-pe. Etc., with
    -,4-nipr1 a~nirtmrt-flt aCn


    SUFFERINGIN PORTO RICO.
    Cit zpus'efS~osi Juan lisss t tUp m IM111
    dia'. It-ls-f by Latle.-I
    NEw Yor, Feb. 2(; -A dispatc-h to
    Too Heraii from o ian .,an, P-'..ro ci
    savy-:
    Governor G-nra Da-vis ims~ss rt.
    hi,.9 27.: ufl the .ub;ect of P,..to
    R.can trade given u kL' ttf. v e
    fore t-20 -ELAW e aflLLUit! CollUflllteuS
    thab ~ Xnn ai ;vto ai g a i wnr
    ricnz rj vti:re- 't~ie ~VLtas -Le
    irninen p 'on~b-'eve the d;s

    ll-ue.u"i is %- a eta:, isti.i. Exo~orts
    Bu: :: '.:' rvj r Awz-d ai~ating a
    sci(no T ni. t~iruff pr "ei.The la-
    bc~~n cis-. i.' .:etruig f' romt the
    COa!'e.4U-nr W2EL ci! % rk Auwrt.cin
    C-1 -a i:~ s i:e ~iat r nvestz1ient
    be. au~e-1 :19ta- ik j. a tubie form of
    g,)verULt -7 -
    N, it in,:l .: 1e.:sact jll ii '".tin.~utifllt.
    Ci.cIFtb :-i) --'e vanguard of
    t h t a I. (. -:. c u ra to rs w h 1Ac 1%%i.I i a
    va,: ;:e (.-v .uriul- The Ii1t three
    dars-. a-:1.1',,a~ unn ill ~c, aveliticn of
    the ita:. -n-,-.0c -ll: i-11a SiOCxAtlOU
    Dnise urlvy- u..::a:u53D.)wnuI X1g.
    p t ( -i t)." -niit. w A -4o r- o f
    tue var.y a:r:;v-i.s P :utI, I ), %v
    _'x er t.- Z17 i i : .:1'- '~'
    :!re utam '. '-''re-'-i-nt-i are tex.
    .- rr *: 0 ~ .~,. ne con-*
    ,,.... :.~l'2 au ain:dress ,
    w, m-.n- or Ani-ir-wi, su:pr:ntund.
    en? t 1n : D1 .:s cI ':.:


    31., ig S tr 31itrt (rn.
    3.:-;x .IAM. A: I b. 26.-Many
    pe-p-c ur.' eu:t'e:L'g E.:nmingham now
    to witness the mardi grxs celebration,
    which bhgan t -lay. The mardi gras
    celebration was interfere with last
    year by snow. This will hardly occur
    thlu year. though it 1*- not impossible.
    Toe arrival o lRex Vulcan V was an-
    nounced by the blowing of whittles at
    ail the snops furnaces and foundries in
    the dis;r:ct W LH Engaish, president
    of the Birmingbihm Carnival society,
    had aduiresed a better to every iuaser
    mechanic at the shops requesting that
    whistles be blown when the train bring-
    in ;iie king entered the city. A
    grand procession was formed at the
    depot and rho e ing proceeded to the
    city hail. where he was welcomed by
    Mayor Dr.-.inen, who delivered him tbhe
    keys- of tne city. Touignt the kinir mnd
    hi- court witnessed a grand terpeico-
    iean caruival at tie auditorium.


    ity.- 1 In o -a phi-.
    Mr 'T"ti-. r'e3 "-> Wi.lam J. Dryan
    grriewi in M.-em'is this inorning trom
    Nanv;:til. Mr Bryan wa me; at the
    siepor '.: a" speciIl coIn1:1it tee and es-
    . ire i to tnt- PeFabDov Lotp where
    mn.my promirnisnt Democrats called upon
    the , ,a-t in hour of Mr Bryau was given
    Iv Coitme. W. 1. Carro'l of this city.
    The functri-n was attended by nianv
    ioca:l an.t viiting :gentlemen pro:minnt
    in the c. uan(ls J'f the party. A pubhl
    r-ceprion iwas hell in mne afternoon and
    touigut Mr Bryan ditivered an adarese
    at the auditorium.


    ME)Z1AEY!.1LEMON ELIX II?
    .1 l'iasaneit I croon Ti 'i e
    rn-pan--el fr-tin the fr,--h j-i (,f'.
    I.'itoiei-. 5' ini hlined w'g ii butler ~e-
    tahltotC ilvor ;a ci=. 5''itt,: rti, c rt


    Fo-r *Midri leu- a aac-
    I eeppaIiltat ion andiut h-tnt ifaiI.''-'
    1"*r c--pIet,- I i aIII I a.I- rn%-, ) =
    P ri iI r:et tI IlI
    F-or I-- eif ap7,v*i.tirear' ~id eleilitv
    F,-I I- fe-v er ;. ,Yi etmria and ecti.-
    II.e i-il l Ixir- will nc.? f cii v;r, tI Ir
    (in ef ttip a bovo Itilltiii d dic --. I
    if w tIi c I a I- I-I- fct,, In a t orIpi dIr (), s-
    Pa-.-d liver. -4,)l .,ac'h or k rdaexv,
    Fbi'e aind $1 ("1 hiettle-'- li~n-'
    h'rfoparo (onlyl byv Dr. H 3'ze;
    Atlanta, 6a.


    At the (apital
    I havp ju-t taken theI ltat of twn
    bottle. of I)r. MoNzle '- Le-nioi Eli- r
    for ti-rvi s headaiche, indiize-tioc,.
    with di-;ased 1iver arnd kid ne-.
    The E ixir cure-i in,. I fountl it t.'.e
    r.- latest li-dicin- I pver u-ed.
    J. H. IMI NNICH, Attorntov.
    1225 F Street. Washington, I). C.
    Mo/Iley's Lenson Elixir
    W. A. James. Bell Station. Al.,..
    write-.: I ha-ive itf-re-id :rtu y
    from indiges'ioin or dyvpep-a.a, oth
    bottle of Lemon Elixir d,,ne min- more
    good than all the tnidicine I h.Ive
    ever taken.
    MOZLEY'S8 LEMON HOtT DI1OPS.
    ('ues all C)touth-. Cold-a. Hoarse-
    ne--. Sore Throat. Bronchiti-. H-n,-
    orrhage. and all throat anid lung Ji--
    eaP *. El ga-.t. reliable-.
    23c atdrtzrir-ts. Pr-pareod only by
    Dr. H. Moz'ev. Atlatat.,.(G .
    Buy yiour wife on e of thosee
    handsome 7ar'hO"- suites
    O'rom .lMarston <,) .1/n11.A.
    I will rc.-rti;r otur r w'at ':- 'A
    jewelry in fir-t-cla-. -t.l-. J. I.
    Stephens.
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    Pr,--dJe:.t


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    ; ,I' t If ,l : Wil'-pr :r In
    .." r'~ Krnv,-.. Fork.- ... Spo

    If ifou are ready/ to (o to
    house-keeping., let .ltarston
    "- Finish furniish yi our house
    for you. They will save you


    WEAK KIDNEYS a m- -cecaw-h
    S are favorable to th appcarapn: of Bright's Disease.



    SPrickly Ash Bitters

    S Heals the Kidneys. Cleanses and regulates
    the Liver. Strengthens the digestion and
    removes constipated conditions in the Bowels.


    IT IS FOIR MEDICINES 1% ONE. A SYSTEM TOMIC PR-E[fCLEt%(F.

    SPICE $1.00 PER BOTTLE. PREPARED BY PRICELY ASH BITTERS C
    SOL.D BPY AI.I. DRr X, ., .C A . . . X F 3. .- .- -. .. .- .
    TIEA1NS AZ]E] l3ROB.. Social A.onts.


    Telephone No. 147.


    Cold Weather
    Coming.


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    Domnpsop. OlserD U


    Coal and Wood.
    4 floanit Nit rA s. $ 1Kza n ;' t
    and Ru: Iron. 1 S:r..


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    McMillan Bros. Co.


    ft Coppersmiths,

    General Metal Workers.


    IL Na MItnfut of a HWdqs for t.eh

    Celebrated McMillan Seamless Turpentine Still.
    Cnlte Otfts wys o hud rak dM i t mte ay.

    _MOBILE, ALA.


    0JHN PURDY.v

    Foundry MM llachine Shops,
    (.'ENTRAI. WHARF, ')CO. JEF Fl EK-rAN ,AND P TINE 'T ETr,


    Telephone 344.


    Pensacola, Fla.


    ATrERN-. C\ C;('r \V -. 1Vol st: i ir<,' l'nilv-r tiann r. .x.r Et. TM nt,:
    I fituril t, Ordtr ini Fir-at-( 'li--, W orkimani likp 1M.rna -r at Ra .t-oi:t-

    Dealer in Machinery, Fittings and Supplies for
    Stationary and Marine Application.


    WAITED. PROFESSIONAL CARDS.
    Wanted to buy all kinds of Secon Dr. TareeIs e rear
    Haid Furniture. Merchandise. Ac. r
    idd-eu Bo0! 42. Physina (ad Surn On.
    l'--.,-A-ti .'. ,.t ( .r.;ory ?t r.-.t
    rI AEy 0r 2, 8.ai;f.,x r.-..;- Ph1...1i1. "I

    Frida? Eve., MarcD 2: at 8 oc Du. Wx. C. DKWBKKY.


    "UNER FIl !"


    OrrIOE-HRuazh Bros.' Drug Storm.
    RESIDENOE-400 E. Taoksou Stros-


    Chaplain Jones, U. S.N., Wm. H. Marean, D.,


    4 tf the h. itttie- !; ;,'ex.,-.


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    lof Oil- (er111r.0l l've'..11 1!. I It itr biU f
    ttt It '1.4 of t.i e i IV.


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    Buyers to Buy


    Choice Family


    Hloacapathic PkySlc12u all surior
    Late opif Ocala. Fla..
    Offers ble prof-%%:onal qerviop. to Lb.. .
    so-no of PoDsacela.
    M~pp.-ial attentint. givon n t*o b.tr'e'ri*
    of chronic Mti-.-a'..eand i I:-.a- 4.
    Worn-n and t1i'drtrn.
    Thir'v Y--pr.. t'rfet e..I:iin lb.. Mouiw
    .11'e~rs:-~. a. i .,t 12in.. 2 1,
    itesidonce Phone. No. ZO.



    Dr. Wilmer S. Hall,

    DENTAL SURGEON.
    Masonic Temple. Pheme 364.


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    PENSACOI.A. 'A.

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    STHE DAILY NEWS PNSAOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1900.
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    PRESIDENT COMER BURIED.;
    RPNo~ie Of C~mtal of G-orgl aRatio
    Way an4 Prceseloat di Eiwrxlae
    SAVAvicAm. Fea.;e'. -.The funeral of
    Mr. EL &L .Ccuinr. 1.ee*iieua:of the Corn-
    tra! railway and ae :O (cen S-E.msbip
    coupsa. 3C7k Paixcs Wi. imorning. It
    was larg'.'v Q-tf'flei. -Ta. bops and
    cffise of taie C-ctral were c.oved d~ur-
    ung the cnine~~.
    The deia-.L ,: Mr C rner removes
    fro= I S.ive: l 'ne' e 9f re nios- 'a-
    menl% c-t;:t -*, -. i or 4rv r Zr-.i ro his
    mBgnofts.; ; ---S!: I a- 'flu 13 Me
    bown, - -e,-,f the c~tv.
    If n.'eV t. d an~d ss~aa-'Ovs in
    -,,santocr.v was


    was 4AC!- -i '%:A i.:var- I nV td'
    u3!a.: a~e _r. l .(t.9 A"c'



    kM....d1.-r~' ;.. 7-; m of r his



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    the f r-.9..' ..I- 9 -
    bo y. T'#- pti,'

    .trifp I l 9.3 ia"'9''- ?U-.- 12iI (,fir
    .Jmt e ht f, .I .-~.i 97' 1)" 1." :! ..r
    body. T>.-'o u .t t : i, a- dr-E il a
    -topp.-d t Av r: iiU'" 9.! 'i.ruts- I l~f-'.1

    j- but "ne Pain-Killf,-r. 1. rry lsi'
    Price :.'c md joc.


    4Sirlk eg Weav-" IC II apta:-d-
    PHIAIPa.tFaXInA, Feb. 27 -'The a.:rike
    irf! 9*30 cp'.aclqt4&y wt1retL-, wnv'h was
    oeimn asb-,ut A eek~i &::r. wa-i Te-as
    foff knit USZ'-.t :y thU Welk'u'e.I n"p MA
    gt~ o %vw-rA .tthe,, izurem zaw-i L 't-'
    toeir I r~ey %T;:!re*-Avee in
    addition 2.ta)ii-'-'2 !.-r con', isr-aae 10
    cents i 're L t 2 z,-r aiii(v-3ru7e.
    b. k .a2:1T"" aI4-
    C:A tt, -,, : t-.T- r n Fe b. 7-A t
    Da9 we 7. " -'A7 .- c- c '-- l~'. 2~C3
    onot anlI Lq":an'lr k .."i ');rn Au;aana.
    sc 9'99~l '-.It :..'91 .1.was dine in
    -'I b. 99.91a% : Wil,. -.11" 0Z-' ., all old

    Dover (u-ni'' ~ yisr~~e
    aud is ia i i

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    at Rai'ca 1j"a.A.:- Fib ] andwa-.c.srriel
    graisi,uI'(- 9u.1munican,)n flt-ptweteu L')n.
    dar. asci tn-. a" .rces j'u;7t9 ~ e


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    DURHSTA Cigarshav
    been tried and fire tcz+L-
    ed. D'Alembeort!.c c
    them.


    Coffee:'. fee
    We c ~al! fth'z aftentioll





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