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DAILY


NEWS.


/OL. 30.


PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY AFTERNOON, MARCH 1, 1900.


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


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DISOBEYED PARENTS WILL,
Atid. E:.-n tG. ace aeiltiHer JLover Aret

-%V V.a.. Uii -Joep
11111H G:eau. !ruier. ;mng cn~ nxi cuorth ot
tki:s place-, killed his caugi1'-r and her
.ovc-r .xud ithen cut nas owu itirdat V88-
a" -last terd.lv aif*,*-,vec'u
HIe LIazi i' ,r :Cilen Albcrt Mar~lhto
cili on b.9 di~uqnter. On returnig he
found Mazr-ti n the paeror with her.
:!s.ardere: i janTo 2eave nod upon
.:e,.i j. a a as iusa~ began U co.;nr o A il aL a
~ ~ ~ ~ !on (i r.*' :u ;iri- a rin I rotir f her
'over aL'(l recei~vr-ti toe cbarw'e in her
lOU' 14' drviz ws? 05aaaiv. The second
-.ii-L h:.j-*d Marhn Uleau tklaifcut ilas


MACHINISTS W LL STRIKE.
f.; i il--'. Iy tvI ,t.e-' ein.r.- l.. v. I-e-f aed
i S) i.'... i 1" tif1- cii ci .
i.; F. b ]'e' 2S Tue Machine
% i. aYv Manufact urers' association has
c. ,l u:iai.iuiou)i.v to re'use tue do
!;.tl, .nar a-e a. wages and reco;ni'ion of

SI n, etTc-t of the a'-tion of the associ-
at 'wAi i nt be ie.t in C(hicago alone.
."xiy ittniuand iuac'hinials taroughaout
tt. country have made l.ractuially the
name jitlaitds thatt the Cuicato local
untonL has aun at is expected that tl
action taken by the Chicago manufac-
Srr'ers will be fo.lowed iu the United
states aud Canada.

walla Test the. Law.
RINoo i.D, Ga., Feb. :8 -The Chat-
tanooga sportsmen are making a vigor.
ous howl over the game law recently
enacted by she legis nature, whereby it
as made lawfulfl for any person or
persons. Arm or corporation to export or
ohip. @*d or carry beyond the limits of
(teir state any part:riiaes or quail at
say season of the year The violation
of this act i. a mtisdmeanor. It is said
thai soore or tho Ceasitanoog houters
are I:ere te i to euch an extent that
they will alpp.y to the federal court for
a test of tie c.nsrttutionality of the
Georgia law. on the pies that it is in
vi .ation of intercummerce regulations
tstiween ttaies.

Suinkrn ('r litarrs L. tr.
WAsn.'etoNTN, Feb. :A8.-All chance
of having ainy of the Spani.-h armored
cru:aers uunl off Santiago, Cuba. is
gone. Word haq reached the navy de.
pArtiune. t tlat tue tr:sa'tiblil Cioon.
wciic<1' was ptush.ai < n theI beach by the
'rui---r New Yerk af;cr !he i-attle with
I trvera'- (*,n t ni.t'id. hmS s.id into deed
wa:er. Tie da;Mr;ite-nt onu ago gave
up the i.ea of teavrng htie Co (in. Pri-
rate persons have ieena wa;rting to the
-e<'retary or the navy ior perinistion to
* aiu'i tlle tvesse, but as te-v cotuid not
nu-'t the :av..r:-1 .o -.c -i:a n o: a ch-,ir requests has
;;- bee'-'nCU t a.eU.


)0 v.cii Htletir Arreste d.
MI .< ':. ]F S'j -S -< broader. "the di.
r:ine ti-.a"e(r" (. self applie;l term, has
be'n tumltontied toi appear before the
ar w-.'r o'i toe ciar~'v of vil-;atrig the
:;i "..-a uord:nauc. i >. seerni ai if Lie
' ti,(-tr: i-naieling mett:uas at the negro
,-hur-hes asid Cnargaiig admission. The
iwtoiuC itusi"ctor got wiud of tne affair
,adi i e-ud tue summons. The man has
t-eeu fleeci.g negroes here for the past
week and Las then considerably stirred
up. lie is an out and oaut fake and it
wiav be ihalt lie will be ordered to leave
;tu city by the recorder.


N-gro Girl Whhippl-d.
C(tt.Rl.csTaTN. Feb. 2K In Green-
ville county a uegro girl of I'b has been
pub.l-, y whipped by hsr father with a
touor hickcry switch, instead of prose-
cu:iol for a brul assault on an aged
l..td' woo had sco.ded her for not do-
ins the ramtly washing in a proper
manner. No crowd was permitted to
be present, only one neighbor as a spec.
iator. two officers and a representative
ot the injured party to see toat the pun.
:shmuent was oropery inflicted.
Alurd.re-r Arrested.
Dir1 A VI-TA. Gja. Feb. -" -Thomas
Kemp, who killed Tuomas Cook near
tiuena Vista. two years ago. has been
capa'rod and carried to Ameoicus.
Kemp was convicted of murder and
.Oentenced to a life term in the peniten-
tnary. He escaped from the Marion
:-*uUty j*il last year and since bam been
idling in the woods until Sheriff Par-
ker made the arrest. He will be sent
to tihe penitentiary.
Brave Men t aIll
Victitims to stomach. livcir ailid kid-
::-v t*r-i:Allt--s as we-I! z.- w nlii,!. tnd
ill fee! tihe r-eult- an1 la of appe-
:it.'. po,, '>ii- inl thil l alm0i, li; 'k che.,
:.e.' eVlt l-'I-. It:e ia t' :I, tilI ti're'd,
li-'tle's- rnit-. ..wi f t liet!!. I'h t
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Who isRader?

B e's the Man that sells
PWhniti r so Cheadn for


PAYNE AMENDMENT


TO TilE TARIFF BraL


Ace- c-Wiithout Division by

th ouse..


SI10G471 IC"AINT COMPROMISE


ri's I)tesr cgI e:Itie.- UI na ISI rcim-gl ose
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',!t:e s:1 ,To Cr 111-4 ii i'o R ICOE
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g~aL~rL', TE-3 wai-eri onaL iia St?5
'-a ~- :a :a 1 1. c :a :ur. -t!A : L t I r

I'LL" T o toVC a tj Iti Ike~u u:it.-r the or-

-Iir C.;ct:rwoad r,-.'A a:tt I. tie
LDernocrar!ao wi1.ipsaij 'h-tr.:%r-'-'.ac cid
ze vrv rylo%" sfA altiurna-on ue avolc of
tr,)tr- Lrcu iien of thi l D-m..a'r..aLac

.tr. "Tawn-iv, the New` ''--u whir
Paid iLe 0111 W 141A ibalt~, o % otellk
spare. 1i,**&fitlife stc~ta;u t.A..g.-r lay in
lfl'~~t muenireecomiaaiL
W seu ecton J viit-ireaciiaed in read.
ui:., Mr. Pcayne fered the tciuo,.%ng
sub~ims;ane her (bI-t sCLIOn
"iTiat on and :aftr thae pasiatgeo! this
aCt IlIL merecaeaudise coningic jte the
Uaitt-d :*ato*Irouia PcrtufRico aDd COIU-
Ing into IPor~o Rico trum thtl United
b(At-4 111.416! be enattur-cI at tbsseveral
13is fons utre r upeu 1 armooet of 11. tner
cout of tw leul:er. wzvcaatre reqiutre.i to
leie lvicd asii p.iiai up .:I lkei~ot, raclea. of
linerualan .1 am- 1 1. im)-cetol ?rota fear~gtii
couun race s kwj.it i i .u iitutretv oIl
aramch.- of cxercuaimiae .! 1'.ro PR U'.lU
imijiufac ur. tai; inazu ib Unitidea
~t in(! JtaU : k1rJowa rom c 'n~uip-
tIct)L OZ'.* t ~Paymeni1 t oCIZ ft laxtaIOlO
to re" a ia-: :.ra & rc-ve-uuttax L:p din
(tt ii~aL.rtiti-:.a!- )a nthe ariu~cs of
uae-cha~ ~e fTuiaC'A* .tIUactn-re;
*ccen I x t jbo.' r-&ad I t-rinternal revenue3
stanips or slaia:p- *to ba purchased and
pua1-i~e-j i la I e c-nirn ii-aionerif-ltat ier.
natt.i iaezlesil'aidt) Leprocml i~e rclu
01's, ox-Aiccttoz an Luecnal aaidnule a; or
fl~tC0Il V0L!:0 It;41 ijLe ~ro-t(ifeitrr of
%,Lill tura chia;-dij-e ian thti (ni ttd Suites.
and !o be tPt j',tti n'aeit r &-a-iaregn!aaorns
nq the W a1s;n-e- ti'tcriial rjr-maue
%-.;:i i fen :pre.-.ai ofitt niia~ t-cm ar'-, of
th wi'1rz~a-i :at'"-cri iii: and 4aitU161
1; .C~. e a;.roi~ti:a-eof Uniiit-d 61tre's
il~iati coU.-'t'aiuir into I'crto IRica
III I1'!,:1: W I I rUie (1111V 11) N0 P, ~V1i-t
iii-'V::eut.f a _ztaxei'nlu i ala Ue anti
.afa-a~~ eeihealftililrt''rne tiix t~ilm-
;j.-ebd .1,1 Poe,) 1a l -i Upon Lit.i t.- I _"i 5!
of I;Itaih'na : :infaclure."
Mr. '..vreai"1. aaneo aiuat ti),'ut);*i-
u'a kaid c: -.ic -; gi-i 1.redr- t d .::y
i,:n 25 3 -) ; e r c nt caiiitIt a!,') re -
na-ved soajo ta .aiinfqaoaaregarediu, _- cub~ei
tLizatiotl. d11i sia aine)red ito the oa~in-
I, it mfar '5i ;)r yenr would b3 ia--f ~e-r
I Liar. F,5 iar venlt l't-oatisio ra%%o-fl~i rta'-e
in.-r-o rp-e eize', l'ui L;5Liei Veit WA.i I-!,
ifan tiottaiag- In aniv-er io a
.Nr i'.Lvi'e tandalt- est.im-Ve for? tha
01 zina l 2 xa.-t aben: $1,7 i .' _. I). I
thit os:inaste w aai cfrrecE tiie a~ineadea
bill wun.Aixaise about *1,L2SQ-,t.M)per
aulucuu.
Mr. l'.ine to,k occa--i'4i to rerrove
monlaA of hiii critics who b-id c-ialpi rlzleel
.bat fie iad 1'~en no ozp*3alliioiof h
ia i ae of Iro)nt. Ilia sjwect-i anld illc
rt'-p r%. u4 ,a.tid. wave a tuli elp:.,tnatioll.
f'ue 14l watt ieppoe~d fitssaorc sp-aches
bv i4'vai41rAl maieers
Thle IPaiyn" amuent-irerit wvas adopted
Wititlout divisionI.


SNOWSTORMS IN THE WEST.
: rln .s lel.y.-. a-r- r el rs ar llo(cked
Slaol luSilllt S i% I-1s t I'sai ler Ir)z d.
Sr. L as. Feb. "2b -The snow that
foel yesterday y to a depth of several
:ncues wa- followed last night by s13et
slld rain that froze as it came down and
covered everytiaii, winh a thick coat-

As a result of this storing, which ex-
:ouadeai for a distance oaf 20 miles about
ihe 'itv, the conditions are worse than
vat a:r time i this winter Wires and
dielcs Ila every direction are doun with
taic Weight; tt ito
M, st o: the wires of the telephone
'o:upain;es. being underground, they
did not uff'er ao badly, except in the
outlvin." districts The e.ecrric light-
inug anil power companies suffered cou.
siilerativ iv cr' s'ed wires, but were
abl- too keep their systems in operation
toil IV.
F'., several lhurs street car traffic
was :lino4t lentirey blocked and many
persons had 1.- walh. to their places ot
bu-:n-6s. l1-e -o vered the rails anti
broken' :rr': ey vwiras caused the delay
!o -vtr', rr ttrt't c-air !iii' na tle t:tv. .o
tfr ar k,'owai ti ere wvre no casua:ies.,
Lu-' -1 *r i 11 r-' v w r'e kil:edi ,v live
wire -tiv'i a Ir:ina'f-r -." rter-;ons had nar-
rov e!-''ap *) lr- a it: e.-.n.

(';it .May" at ugt-i-- Arln)iia'.

DURHAM Cigars have
no equal. For sale at
D'Alemberte's.

Three Large Stores
'uil of FI RNITURE. The fireet
line of Walnut Bedroom Suites ever
s',own in PtPnFacola. Pretty, neatly-
dtini-led 1lJtI-oak Bledroom Suites at
.111 ,riape 1iatt;in and (hCbbler Seat


SNOW THREE FEET DEEP.
fjriecest Blizzard For Years le the
Southwest.
KANSAS CITY, Feb. 2&.-The whole
southwest is a mantle of snow from 2 to
3 feet deep on the leveL Trains are
late in all directions, telegraph and tel.
phone facilities are badly interrupted,
and at some points in Kansas, where
the wind has a clean sweep and piled
the snow in high drifts, outside busi-
ness has been abandoned.
In Kansas City street car service has
been almost at a standstill since last
night and only the efforts of an army
of snow shovelerR this morning made it
possible to get about. In the immedi-
ate vicinity of Kansas City a high tem-
perature prevailed and no serious suf-
fering is reported.
From Kansas and the territories,
where the snow was accompanied by a
sleet and a strong wind. come reports
of damage to stock. It was the fiercest
storm experienced in the southwest for
several years.

PRESIDENT IS FIRED UPON.
Vourll-Zieill shoots Twice 'isuticcess-
Ist :ly I ('Crispinw t ('astroi.
CARAC-AS, Venezno~a. Feb. -s -Dur-
ing the carnival procession yesterday,
a Veuezujtian fired two sho:s at Presi-
desnt C:'piaiio Castro without effect.
The president was afterwards acclaimed
by the populace Tne city is qq;er.
General Cr4piauo Castra becanie
president of Venezaela In Oi"'.1 r last
as a result of the successful re.'olation
against President Andiade, who fled
from t(be republic.
But Castro was not recognized as
president by the United States until
Nov. 20. '89. Castro is about 36 years
old. is weil educated and is credited
with being possessed with ample means.
lie has betsn a strong supporter of the
Liberal party.


Sei l stVow.-rs Ortrn z -.
Folr VAI.I..Y, Ga.. Feb. 21 -The
fruit growers of Fort Valiey and vicin-
ity have organized a permanent fruit
growers' association. having for its ob.
je,* mutual advancement and co-opera-
ti(.. Cousta'utno and bylaws were
adopted and a neat list of charter miem-
lers aurollel. Fruit growers, package
deal ,n and transportation companies
are el ti'tio to membership.
1YlolsaIle Vaelall t ion.
Biar-:w.icK, Ga., Feb. 28 -Dr. Nich-
olas 11 Wallace, who has been vacci-
nating thi people in the country dis-
tricts for the county commissioners,
will couimpere hit labors in about two
weeks, and during that time he will
have inoculated several thousand peo-
pie. Before the physicians get through
about (verr one in Glynn county will
have been incetalated.
trcti tre l I te s iot-I *i.
Sr. ".- 'TI, lMo, Feb. 'S. Ti.e
o".ow',t .-:;a o; yesterday and las: nga;:
waAs e,"' ar the worst of the sca-ou.
Hai.roai and street railway traffic was
demur,.:ized and nimany trains were
a-banlduoieti last night and tbih-i morning.
.o):ue t: the street railway tiues \vter
notC (tpeied until noon tod;iy.


M1A(.\. FIb. b -Wiiiam Neel of
Au&:ustt has leased the Brown House
:ind w.ll ussume charge on April 1. Mr.
Neel is a well known hotel man and has
aeen mniua ger of the Pianteri' in Au-
gu- ta lor some time. T. C. Parker,
ww:o hais conducted the Brown House
for several years, will not remain in
charge ouager than April 1.
Qtiarrele.Id and Wa*s Killed.
Au- TN;, Feb. 2b. E.ijah Stanton
ind Jluics Maner, innimtes of the con-
federate bcme, quarreled over the war
in 4ou:h Africa and Maner stabbed
stauuton twice with a pocket knife, the
blade going through the region of the
heart. Staunton, who was 82 years of
agoe. die-d shortly after the wound was
received.
N Wi Almb.aila Coseito Mill.
Ei.I~Mi.(cAM, Ala., Feb. 28.-Wil-
liaml Noble, John H. Noble and James
Keirh, Jr., wiil eract a $100,000 cotton
miii in Annlton at once and are now
arranging tor the machinery. This
wiil be Auniston's fifth cotton mill and
the second new one for the two months
of this year.
Deepest -For Years ln Kansas.
WI(HITA. Kan., Feb. k8 -The deep-
est snow that has fallen in this section
for many years covers the ground this
morning. It is a foot deep on the level.


We have saved many doctor bill
since we began using Chamberlain's
('lmzli Rnedy iln (li homeo. VWe
k e--e -a h.,ttle pien all the timln and
w!i,'lvC'a- ait f lmy f:ti;ily or mny-
e-'lf hI-gin to cath ',oldl w! b)i-'Wili to
t--. t !; C<',t -gh 1t?'-l dy. .ai;d a ;i ri--
-ult we l iver iLa\"v- teo o -a'l aw;iy f.or
I doctolt r a indl it ,-::r :t l, e ( ,l, -.,r
hill. for C('ham'ni!ib ilain'.i (.'eoia.la ii.-
'dy v nf-vr f;iik to cure. It i c'-r-
t. .1inl% at a i-(dlici',t of r0,.ait ile-rit I A I
w-, it. D. S. .. :A;nKa "-. < *i ;l
clNriac;l-iit anil F f-rd coiint. P.I. For -.il.- by- H aii-
-.ii : Bri-l., 21 S,,tith Palafox -tre t.

Don't buy anything in
trn iture or house furnish-
in s until you hare seen
.,[arston 4 FinCh's stock.
Their prices are low: their


THlE MISOIIIIIN(I TO0i11.


fiaterest Centers in Our New
Poss-!ssions.


FINANCIAL orI:T ION' SEI: 1-1:).


Dniil reede'd I -ain R!Ife l'nqeel.

Scheace.',- eVhloe fl n .tat!j Mctinr
%pifler* ei5)Ior~.N


is Ito i1 %-.1%, to Th'..'. hill !--

runo' 11t10.iitt!.1
fact tha t w-- lliceiat~eim 'di ii" act t'ion


thian aly!ta thing else is '.!wle'sireintifthe 1
401Co'S 14) [)i5t ass 011onto t0eijah'M f 01'Vu~iC
.intei'c-.a. 'I'll*- inaain icial Iti. t osti o -elwis


w~ill p~a-s attic


a c- It~~toeI
1110*-, lc' ii I S

:romiiSlat! il.
alhiniakvatz of


4. Thel'l o ill ntia'.ccl iupon
I tI-ei'et lt aw.v No 1fl4ue aw

la--lug iree ocatdl'ed, I lier' Is
-r it paaoas U riIAto 'e at lthe
1 tl iia l vand t I IA e--at sion of
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2 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MARCH 1, 1900.


IMPLOYMENT- OFfl IK.
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Business Agent of the Carpenter's
aDd Joirers' ['nion. will furni-h yr.u
with the desired help on short no-
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THE LITTLE WHITE FLAG.
Brief Arreosnt of ih- App-nrA.ice and
:urrender of Croo'J .
PA .nDthEna:o, Feb. 27.-1'"e British
camp was awakened by the continued
rattle of rifls fire at d.irbreak and the


British Occupy Rensberg.
LDOnN, Feb. i'8.-A dispatch from
Arundel says the British troops have
again occupied Rensberg.
Strat ger .ulcidf's.
THOMsoN, Ga., Feb. 28. A we:l
dressed stranger committed suicide at
Boneville. Ga., by shooting himself in
the head with a pistol. From papers in
his pocket he in supposed to have been
a drummer of Rochester, N. Y.
'"A ft,. r dct,,' fail.d t, ct i !, 1:.
,of i l, i. nii.t I ti-.(d On,- M mitnt-
('ou-h1i ('I1r-. and thrt' + lir tle.. of it
curedl in.-. It i. ;also, tihe lih -t i ni d(Iv
tin ea'rt I for whoopinig ciulgh'. it
curI d v my i.raildchildreit of the
wr-.t c.i<--." writ+. Jno. Hrry. L- -
ati:toit. Pa. It i- the only harmilet--
r-itn d'. "v that giv-s iuiiti (|di:t' I, -
-tult'. Cur.-4 cough-. coIl:l-, croutip
and thronitt u;d lung troihl-.s. It
prevrnte c',)-iln'iption. (C'l~ildrn l l-
way- like. it. Mot :,,r- indor-.- it.
Harris' Plhtrmacy, Jihln: iepplard
and S. Kalihn.
lie Was Pouted.
It 1 t'ii-t.tili. ry illn I-: gand to accuc:en
Joe ( 'th:ambi!-; in ,of icitng a snilh. His
(lneiieics ile! : that lie v ] i .lasha l; of hii
furiner l n-,:i:< --. x h -i
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    MISS EVELENE N. HEINE. Princip:-;.
    MISS IDA FiAGGIO. Assistant.
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    Outr d It ,'I I J'o!ya/
    Paten! i's t/.,c i,, st ]i1ntr iha I
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    For6p .'ie .<() is ,<'tc 0
    the be/ lr'e(a-Ayast Foods' on
    the mrark1et.
    All made b1,i The (1. E.
    Stanard .1 ill ('o. and fbr
    sale by Yewv Orleans (Gro-
    eery Co.
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    Doctors Can't


    Cure It!


    Contagious hbood poison is nlsoluteiy
    beyond the skill of the d,',,trs. They
    may dose a patient f.:- yards on their
    meretirial and potnsh re:"' i:rs, but he
    will never be rid of the di other hand. his condition wili grow
    steadily worse. S. S. S. is the only cure
    for this terrible :afliction. h'eause it is
    the only remedy which g ,. direct to
    the cause of the disease :.nd forces it
    from the system.
    I was afflicted with Blnod Poicnn. and the
    beait doctors dud nime xno .... iuh I took
    the.r tr' t. t ,nl t I aith ii
    ful!y. In fact. I Seerned
    to z t v.r-, all the
    w Ihile. I t,.k raI eVerv" o-e:j! allo d Wloiii
    reri:dy. Iut they did not
    seem to reach the di.s-
    ease. nd had n. effect
    what\ .r. I was dtiu
    heartened, for it seened
    that I wuhld never 1-e
    cured. At the advice. of
    Sa. t a friend I then th,, k
    S.S. S.. snd 1egan tqt-im
    irove. I nt allute, th
    medlene.and it eun me completelyy, iul.
    Aithouih this was ten yvers nig,. I have neveR
    yet had a lgan of the dibeaie to 'eturn.
    W. R. Nwv. wA.
    Staunton. Va.
    It is like self-destruction to continue
    to take potash and ntmereury: beside!
    totally destroying the digestion, they
    dry up the marrow in the bones, pro-
    ducing a stifness antd swelling of the
    joints, causing the hair t, fall out, and
    completely wrecking thesystem.


    S.S.S.or.Blood
    is guaranteed Purely Vegetabld, and ii
    the only blood remedy fr-e frt in these
    dangerous minerals.
    Book on self-tr:aitnnt sent free by
    Swift Specific ('omnp:: y. Atla:nta, Ga.


    news arrivc1 tint the Canad;ans, while
    building a trench qaite ciose to the
    enemy, were fusi.laded a- a rang. of 50
    yards.
    Tue Canadians gallantly work-d for.
    ward and .ccu;ped the edge o; the
    trenches a.ong the river, entirely enfi-
    laiing the Boers.
    Suadeniy a regiment stationed on the
    crest of the hbil. perceived a white flag
    and burst into cheer<, thus first an-
    nouncing the surrender of General
    Oronj-.
    Shortly afterwards a note reached
    Lord Rober-a. bringing, tviittig, of the
    Bomrs unconditional surrender, General
    Prettyman was sent to accept the sur-
    Srender.
    About 7 o'clock a small group of men
    appeared in the distance. crossing the
    plain towards headquar:ers. The lat-
    ter betun apprised of General Cronje's
    approach, L,)rd Roberts walked to the
    front in tne modest coat in which
    be sleeps and ordered a guard of the
    Seaforths to line no The group of
    horsemen then appeared.
    On General Prettyman's right rode
    an elderly man clad in a rough short
    overcoat, white brimmed hat, ordinary
    tweed trousers and brown shoes It was
    the redoubtable Cronje. His face was
    burned almost black and his curly
    beard was tinged with gray.
    P.eters 11114 Captured.
    LONDON, Feb. '.S.-The war office
    has received a dispatch from General
    Baller announcing that Pieters Hil,
    the enemy's main position, was mag.
    nificently captured yesterday and 60
    prisoners taken.
    Priiniers at M CAPF Towx, Feb. 28 -There are
    now (600 prisoners at Modder river, most
    of whom surrendered Friday and Satur.
    day. They are kept under guard be.
    tween wire fences.


    "Quite right. darogh l (~1!t was tL
    Ai, tiulilushingly rip!. el i rova I
    hlighness and [miuzt intlo :I fit of tavi'ih-
    ter quite tit,:basho-d T Io vii-o (.1
    court iers. ot curseF' .. it.I k (,I.

    -1 np'vvr usud aiivthii o- -A a-
    never without it. -(itiiekilv h .
    throat and lung troiih'e -. I'-; ii-.-

    Joh0n zSheppard and S. N-Oin.


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    Railroad Exc;:han>:z. Phone *i;-.

    Y-kGOLAY--<,.,

    Grist and Corn Meal Mills,
    II. F. GONZAIhEZ & CO., Prop s,
    Manufacturers
    CHOICE MEAL AND PIRILE GROUND
    STOCK 'FEED.
    Patronize Homp Industry, for there is
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    t ROBERTS' SPLENDID MARCH.
    Endurance of lr IlrirlIh Army A -
    mlintIt .-prt.'-r ent'en.
    PAAFTDEBF-Ir, Feb. 26.-(De;l:y,d in
    transmismiou)-Oa this. the eigtn day
    of General Cronje's resist:.ace, General
    Smnta Dorrieu has worked up tne river
    bed to within 20U yards of the Bjer
    laager, squ-ezing the enemy intu a mere
    an-I more con ined -palce.
    The star of tue BritI-h here has not
    beenl it avy way .unu to Generai Crouj',.
    but in order to get supplies au'i rest toe
    troops. wutih had become absolutely
    necessary. Now there are daniy arriv-
    a;. of iarge convoys, allowing full ra-
    tions to tMo rmen waich had at best been
    intermnitent during the last three days.
    A ieavy rj'n has causTd great discnm
    fert to the British. but greater to the
    Boers, an i the cold wiads have killed
    mauy sick animals. List night the
    river rose and brought down a great
    number of dead Boer horses,
    When the history of Lord Roberts'
    movement is written it will be found
    that the marching power and magnifi-
    cent endurance of the British soldier is
    great as ever. The march itself as seen
    on the map would be nothing very
    marvelous, but it would be remeuibered
    that the whole original plan of march
    was changed when General Cro:aje
    made his magnificent nigut trek on Feb.
    15.
    The whole army swung to the left in
    hot pursuit. Some of the regiments
    marched -'7 miles in 24 hours, outstrip-
    ping the transport supplies and living
    for days on altuost quarter ration. Yet
    the hardships were borne with wunder-
    ful cheerfninecs.
    There has been a drenching rain for
    the last few dayv, the mnen lvini: fuilr
    exposed to the raia and subsequently
    cord wins.


    I T i. I let I I- I I.:I!- ;!: i I t Tr,0, ln"S
    fromr jilt:.*-. ,.;II: iH eck-4
    of ww! 1.,) t the \4'.1 1.(wit reF (lit ofi
    the xvr-! clu.: 11 ,iv tetxl,-pi pn i aii1~tiofl

    At a ron!h estimmite there i.re 1iCN.
    000 pairs of -lox-cs imp sorted inlto this
    country each year.
    C:! J16 93I
    nea mt. 1T~tYou Have AlwaysCoN;13



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    The Kind You: i've( Aiw:.y, Bought has borne the sign,:-
    ture of Chas. II. Fletchier, and has been made under ..;.
    personal supermviiMon f to deceive you 1i tnin. (Counterfeits, Imitations ;uel
    **'IJut-as-oMooli" are but Experiments, and endanger thle
    health of Child rren-Experience against i.ixpcriment.

    The Kind You Have Always Bought
    '0 Bears the Signature of


    In Use For Over 30 Years.
    (= h as -srwCTum compsv. IT UU,*V gTuld r NerWl Y@trYY.




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    *-ARCHITECT*-


    --AND--


    General Contractor


    Iitildin:,g. l' ,I;airi:ii M a Intcl and (ti; t -Settiiglz, P'I:l ini.'iii S:,-t '
    anid (.;li l-':ttini.
    A Complete Plumbing Department under t
    Management of E. B. Morey.
    ^ .'.Arti-ti I i nn-=. 'tinaitt -. Pl i,- :In l ;, ifit':ti nt- f r
    in o,,f All !Iiul lPr,.pared on Shiort N tire.
    'Y.\ L:,r:-. a :dit : C':ir-ftilly S..l(.ct-.l Stock --f l'.n- M t.:nt, l-. I;
    Ti!in: ,!' A i Kiini l;:tth Tubti -, ('l,.-etat 1 Hl Ii-J-ih l ptliat 'c.-- .
    lHol t \\'at-r an;d (;.I Fixtu:t,.


    No. 19 S. Palatox St.


    :: Telephone No. 34


    ATTENTION, LADIES Nati

    Are you sunburned,IIU l Nl


    reddened by heat. florid
    -is your complexion
    bad?


    We've got the
    thing for you:


    right


    Cream De Beaute.

    Highly recommended
    for a skin beautifier. It
    will remove freckles
    and make the skin
    clear and smooth.


    PARKER DRUG CO.

    For Sale Only by

    q4I qis, py4qp4Oy,
    215 South Palafox St.


    Indigestion!

    We challenge the world
    to produce a remedy equal
    to the .Matchless minerall
    Wl'ater for the cure of In-
    digestion, Dy.spepsia and
    t Ulll'Srm of SBonacfh, Bow-
    el Troubles and Skin Dis-
    eas(es. Guaranteed to cure
    or moRCy rei'efmnde,. Cost
    o;l/!1 ;7 (r .s Ca da[/i to usCe i.
    One dollar bottle last tiwe,,-
    t/' dalys.
    For 'sale by (i/ll du(' l jists.
    l.' 11. T. Gre'n ( o. ,;
    S'. Palafox, Street.
    OR ADDr)I..-s

    W. W. WILKINISON,
    Greenville. Ala.
    TestiiiioniatI l'fro Jiid-p Gatlon.
    (.I'i n \i I .. ). a II. i .4 .
    l lt k. et'+Pit pl.ia. art ~i:1 c.-rtitving to thi'
    n Itt st' tWhil n- rit (if Wilkini .s Ni,, Mnten-
    ,i >.l lrai l W at. r. Thi. i i;atural mineral
    to+ i.l., ti il. D.'r'..nu! kno.iled"ge. is taKell
    tr'ym e a Iwf' I t11 ,- ili -a-t of ( re*,ivii..
    in thb exaet condition in which it ii old. I
    h fv feen ti- water I-d. with wonderful
    -ucet-. for dyspopla. indigestilon. pOit"
    -yeit and f.or "ruptive di oase. sor, and
    ulcer., on man and animal. As a r^mdr"
    tor" tlhes- trouble.-. I do not bli.-rt ita
    equal exit'. It is highly recommended by
    phy'3cians for a number of diseams.
    Z E LL ( Judgo of Probate Court, Butlr Cuunty.
    Ala tarbya.

    ^'- CURE YOURSELF!
    U'- H. Ut r uji .alr


    OF PENSACOLA.


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    JOHN IF. 'Io'EIFFER,
    CASH I Ci.
    It. M. BUSHNELL.
    ASST. CASIIIEI-h
    DI RFCTO RU:e


    E. WVELLES. WM. FISHER.
    of K. F. Satn riders- & Co.
    J. WHVITMIKE. JOHTN F. PFEIFFER.
    L,. ILTON GREEN.


    Gern~eral


    Ban king


    Business


    RIX IN. ROBI*-
    MORLRIS a.-


    TranscrriP


    es,0%e'Acpi~in'd% II;sndled on Fayoruible Term-, K
    Chang flo-0-lt and Sol(,,, Collections
    Promptly Attended To.

    At(XOUj)NTS SOLICITED.


    The Star


    Laundrj


    THE PlOMIER LANDRY OF lEST FLORID


    Care And Attentionl






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    ALL WORK C. 0. D.
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    .0,ir'O'DA CAL:jLLkD FOR AND DELIVERED FiirEE."
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    Ive li,, r h is li :-al-:. il I .t ;..
    "\'lhat shl i;ll .1 I:: ,A (e d :: doe-.
    tur''" ;.lsk "'1 sifcitll1 l..a e t i'l to s "; a t:an s
    lonrg ,as theo gnricndlit a\ ; i; a pect ing an accitllnt. ha a\e a\ ai:cd it."
    "All. that was bcca:isc 3,ni v.c're not
    a prince," le l saidl. "' I.c J l lif>'\ :" i'l,
    ti d, t iii!asping my bel,t [,:it'tl it i:1
    the lih rse's mnoith .s a : iori',hIL. iiandl.
    thus di'v ting lIin. [pir.-;:fd miy ;;1
    ain'l lled both I ntelotpe."
    All the circle applaundled. :;s ; f i co;:-st.
    they were bound to do. l r. \it1.s I ;as
    Silent.
    "You don't mean to say youn didn't
    believe tlat?" said the prince. "'Sppeaik
    out if you don't. I shan't be offended
    n the least."
    "Well. your highness.s ilui t' I lievee
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    THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MARCH 1, 1900.


    'HE OCEAN' PEDDLER.

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    : s. iith vulr m 'atrl Am eric.tanprt
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    a N-4i I .tir i! tv~ Im I t'I lila. l.r such

    1111-41:1:1 atiig a lnl iiiatiter oif dnnm-
    I-lilt %%-:ill the' I'4't1'4.4tlion that if a
    r.-Ii i a'.t: to his btnk 114.'
    t Iis IL's-Intatwidite awn r.
    *'fat i e s I uii II!ste re stervile*ly
    #-,I t ho, '"'alined totia itte's si ft'ls

    4wo-an'tw if~ildI ing t ratde O n thti Iola-
    !:I% lovnt sh.lorn tot uniwc of its
    n tif. t tie itt Ierisla rid pa .swngo-r
    Il Itt Int i~ I %4-. whot ttms Often wrere
    asI la' -.;4i11 &:q :'rS. Inl uclh aga ii rst
    '11. if, dive for jwarls on the
    ~ '.t i lit I:ink. hans wevrn ef-
    llyst~t-~d tl a cotisidt'r'
    i'I.carried't tin itt small ar-
    itt tin rdk %%are. 04li orlitles. pt'rso:i-
    2iii"rnd ain oveatttrlil~ case4 uf

    To': tl ie 1-mlt t'Lably w~et.-New

    (lid (.'ermafl lask Liste.
    I *.- a huses 'ehad a
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    2~ ~~~~~il I: ti3dii etl-Iik'' h

    *tt'i' t~it ~~It, wa1-11 he,11

    with Hazl h avt is


    i fiq' 'i %%s litj lnit- a 'Ad.


    KIDNEYS, LIVER

    AND BOWELS

    CLEANSES THE SYSTEM
    DEFFECTUALLY,

    .C ,EAO--. -.
    OVERCOMES'-
    HBITUAL CONSTIPATION
    PERMANENTLY
    IT'5 ( EffECTS"

    IICIAL F*
    BUT T14 GENVINE M AN F 0 y*

    CAUKINIA KGSYvRP@.

    MoR A eva o- fu. oceu n0LERILL

    FIGHTING MAYA INDIANS.
    (,Vt-rrnm *0 "Truopo itad o 31- d :cans
    I ia -it I o ('-votral Am n raici.
    OixAc~ Mex., Feb. '. .-Informa-
    :iona as reached the military authori-
    ities here of desperate fighting between
    the government troops and the Maya
    Indians during the last seven days.
    The fighting began on Feb. 2.1. when
    i force of auout 6)0 Indians attacked a
    retm.ent 1: General Bravo's troops be-
    tweti t bsui aud Uoou. Five soldiers
    w'-re kki.edi and two officers and I5 sol-
    iierz were w.umnded The ludians re.
    rinstei to ttuer iutrenchments. carry-
    .ng with tueui over 1UU killed and
    w, un:'ed.
    t)a tne fl: owing diy another skirm.
    isa aA brin.ugnt al out by an ad ance
    a'-ltiiineut ot government troops at-
    *elluprini to reco:inoiter tue position of
    :n. In i:ans 'Tbree Mexicans were
    k:.Ie It n that fight.
    (h.i Fek .i d.a force of fully 1,200
    Mavas attacked the outpo>ss of thegov-
    *r)iitatt troops anud after driving uin the
    ,erttr:ts a de.-perate attack was miadeonu
    he ezntrenclimeuts. Several pieces of
    .:itt artilery wcre brought into use by
    .*t M, xicti:s and the reouti weredriven
    jr- wi:h a h-avy lhisS Ten soldiers
    w-r womuidd a'n.i one killed.
    T.:v robei-s have free coriiunmietion
    witu tue pe, .i.e ot Lritith i liiduri:at,
    who are .ia:d to be in sympathy aitn
    n:r cau-soe.


    \1 l::l:r t lll,.an nt.
    .' i,:'il:s 1'eb 2S -Genural Luke E.
    Wright returned yesterday from Wash.
    :ng:on. where he went for the punrpo-e
    of h,-lding a conference by appointment
    with President MrKinley regarding tihe
    P'hlippines continissoun When asked
    -onacerin;.: his trip to \Vashington he
    said thli- appointment had been tendered
    him and miat he hbai si.nitied to the
    nre-ilent nhis will:ngncss to accept.
    Farther than that General Wright did
    not .-Are to discuss the matter. particu.
    iar;v as to the nature of the worn which
    would be expected of the commission.
    It is the general understanding that in-
    struetion to the commission are now
    a'iug prepared by the authorities in
    Wasniigton and naturally General
    Wright did not care to have a thing to
    say regarding them in advance of their
    promulgation from the capitol.

    Different I-ate<.
    My neighbor's house as .i).e and grand,
    Mine humble its and sn.,11.
    Of wIalth he has a stre m ,.anA.,
    Ai, d I ai e nuione at all.
    Mt' neighlor's lfe is grim anid gaktt.
    A most rptilinht ai,-.
    .i;tle' .t hel lc ishartes myIt tuil and want
    I la re:'y as can IW.
    Y's. .the : ,rihit as any pin
    And ihis spo'sw 4A nt anf' g.-:rr;
    ,'t. f I'd J like to trade ith him'.
    -Indianapo;Ii Prem.

    (;eo. Barbe,. Mendota, Va.. iy-,
    --"Nthini did mrn so much gorod a-
    Kii-rl Dyspep-ia Ctur,.. One do-.,
    relieved me, a few bottle- curePd
    ine." I' digest- whatyou eat and ;al-
    W: y, r4 e dyspep-sHl:. Har:-'i-"
    Plhliniacy, John Shepard and lS.


    Furniture on Credit
    N.It bt-nutiful liei uof 5iie oa;ird-
    iv. r Ihown in thle city. W 'd:.d, oi.-.
    with gise door- of every d-sctip
    *10Tn. froin thlie cleapet to the fi ne-t
    Roll-tap secret-iry 't'ea* ,leitmntly
    fini-hed. a fine line of chlinaI clo-t-,'
    St1oi everything l contained in ta fir.t-
    ,'l ftitriture -tore at U. M.1. l'ryoi'
    1;artgain Furniture Hti-e.

    lean the ,,Ithe Kind You Hae Att Ai Bj^.:,
    b'matzr

    rO T ITHK PR 11C.
    I I ,v- j'!-t ri <-ived I fin o In of
    ill ki:d- ,f c'tndi -. and ell thell at
    Srrv !-:a -i'a hisie t'ric.-!.
    *,T. M. I trzte .2'o nt- t pr p,.,.nd.
    ('tlocolate Irop-., 21 cenlit- p'- r
    pMult in Mixedl. 2 pounds for 25
    lenit-.
    All Fancy Mi.rd Candyr. the b.at
    aver hbr.'utiht to Penacolta.at ilcents?
    nor pound. Call and see for your-
    'lf. ..


    BULLER'S PERILOUS MARCH.
    ileld Commander Tells of Ilis Haz-
    ardouet ( nIntoagli.
    L-.3 -,S Feb. : -Toe war office has
    received the fo'iow.ug dispatch irom
    General Lulier:
    "!H::.Ar It'ARTitrS II;.A't.WA'O., Feb.
    24 --i';n' Iug that the passage of Ling-
    w.ch tprui: was couniuauJedi by Ftrong
    ia;renchnients, I reconnoatertei fcr an-
    cil-r a.;ssage of the '"uu.eja One was
    Cu!td !c(r rue be:ow tue cataract by
    ,' t:. satz1u oacfsa, R3yal engineers, on
    1 r :' 2o
    SV.e contitenuePri. ii:ai.in au apprnacn
    th r-., and uon il b "l. tilMl!.z tiuat I
    S,'I :i.kLe the ; :tas.ae practtcab.e. I
    r't'- ei t .. .a ;>;:.'i Li.'tg geB D 5I; to the
    ,, u;.i .- <:e t: the Taze.a. tooit up the
    itn i !'r0t-Wo oi MouInay night and
    ,* ZtV- : at the nICw mite. winch is
    -.v i; 1: reeitit l:trkei cataract.
    S u- !. :i .% t I :i' h-110 t.ro- opl s ad
    .*'.-, p *t ; r,-'i cr ,.ti g u der hastiiV
    i,::-" U i -:i t : i > :'.e Sui'.'"r4 ;t.(i el-
    -1 T... i ..1:1.: s i;.. ; iand ii _!tfire.
    i 1 iti. r IIU. ut !Il y Inv 10 .11tainaI the
    1..)- I. *2:;: t-rpi :;..
    "' i v e.-:,-: 0 }wr'< th two
    t4," ;i.' ).I. 1 i : ;\.It i l t t the
    i) i u 'rs (-':"i;; .. out ; i lie
    itowVi\ tie binks ik Ihe riv i andi as-
    c ii.' .ii a liuan -; ; .-r,(.tiicu ;i r c .ll of
    attont .01 feet, ab.au.t.i and carried
    'Pieor'. itil.
    '. it nill. to a certain extent., turned
    : e *ineimy'- left an I te Fouriii irigade
    .and-r Co,,nei Nuihitt and tue L-,evutth
    r oii e. ('(ijonel Kitctiener comutmaud-
    iit,;: tn. whole under Gnc'rai Warren.
    a.','s.,i'- tdine en*-iny's pos:iton. w IcnU
    was mn anrincently carried by eo S,.uthil
    Lancejhire regiteoutn abk ut .uiiset. We
    t( ok about ti priolon-rs and scatteredi
    tue enemy int all directions.
    "Our io,-es, I hot'e. -re not large.
    They certatnlv are mucn iles. than they
    would have been were it not for the ad-
    mirainle ntincer in wuai:t the ar:il!ery
    was served "
    S. W 'T r I gi- I.l U.
    Niwv Yo:.K, Feb. 28.-The manu-.
    facturers of sewer ptpos from various
    parts of the country, who have been at
    the Fifth avenue hotel for more than a
    week. have formed a combination, tak.
    ing in the majority of the firms in the
    United States. The capitalization of
    the new organization is $10.000.000.
    There are said to be 45 sewer pipeworks
    in the country and of these 28arein the
    combination. It is the general belief
    that most of the other owners will join
    the new combination sooner or later.


    \Voeso nn i.at-lly Iurned.
    A.BANY, Tenn Feb. ".8. While
    standing before a grate Mrs. John
    Brown's clothing became ignited and
    she was fatally burned before assist-
    ance cound reach her. 1Her body was
    charred in manv places and there is no
    ho;'. for hier recovery. She was the
    wife of a pruwiuent man.
    "I n;:d brn ochiti- every winter for
    V'.Ir'-s ;ai A< I > ilt-dir',lit- giav t;'ill;- p r-
    min tent relief till I hbcga to ;aike
    )OI- Allinulute ('ougIi ('i:re-~. I know it
    I- t h be-t couliih IIedi'et: iiinade."
    -'- J Koonitz.Corry. Pa. It iqickly
    cure- coiitgh.is, ilds, cr.u.p, a-tmal. lmt,
    rrippe aind tliroat ind luing troubles.
    It i. th i childlreWi'- favorite rem dVy.
    ('ires'' quickly' Hlargi.-' Parinacr.
    .J !;ti Slt-p;i:,lid IAnil S. K;iahIn.
    We wii lI nu(lder your l'--pr-:ttid fir
    1' (*,':' i'ch alnd maikte t!heoii l. ok
    lik, i' w. Star Lautndry.
    Tl. O()YV*'iT 1. S:ASON.
    I hi-, v. t.-r in hi-. ht'd of onz,.
    % ikti l w Illl a .%tart from liih, mrnin.r
    'Ip) 1ri 1 lin-, s l-,11. n a) d r:,. w 'h a yawn.
    "'1 fo-tr thtt our -,fisi if h f.'tv l ii)e
    ' 1"r ll.y til"-;st l t dliean. t-rt i,, lisittir! d by
    tiejar
    Tha t %aln ai c 1anu*d)v by tIhe letter 1.
    A d I know by the keel (of that h.ite(ou'
    sloop
    That s.ioi of us shortly ill he in t hi-e*,onp'"
    And so, they will for the -lq)o wai-
    filled with tie fillfst anid fattt-t.
    T'lhiksloop wa., .-ent out by Nick
    Apostle and there choice oyters are
    now f4 r sale. done or raw, readly to
    chaw, at his restaurant. You canl
    get them by the plate. dozen, hun-
    dred, barrel. dray load, wagon load
    or car load. Owing to the ru-th of
    business the servingof regular meals
    will be discontinued after this week.
    but special orders will be served at
    any hour of the day or night.


    GOLD DUST.



    k is haiworkwithomtGoldDust .


    Washing Willow Furniture and
    Wicker Chairs
    Wicker chairs soon become soiled, but they
    CUa be c caned to look like new with
    Gold Dust Washing Powder
    and warm water. Use a scrubbing brush; when
    water becomes the least soilec, ct fresh; follow
    with a sGot, dry cheese clotn, and wipe dry
    White iron b:ds can alo te a.hed by this
    method, but must be wiped dr:. qui:kl,.
    :U S t, r fr lour r .,

    THE N. K PAIRnANK COMPANY.
    CIlCeqo, St. Lcul. MNW VYork, m***%.



    THE ORIGINAL -


    ST MLGy


    A. B. C.


    BEER.


    ,K !J. V IAh, S 1e Wholesaler.


    SLSO WHIS[IES, BRINDIES WINE, IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC
    Paul Jones and Echo Srians elbrated Whislies.
    :^ ITRY A BOTTiE OF CELERY TONIC.
    MLV^ -- 0S PHONE 154. : : : : P. 0. BOX 587.
    JUG & FAMILY TRADE SOLICITED
    Free Delivery to Any Part of the City.
    S M All orders left at The Office. Vidal & Imitb, will te oarefull3
    a ttnded to.


    Great


    Bargain


    Shoe


    Sale!&-


    Children's Department.
    Hand-sewed Fretnch Kid Tylfant-4


    SHutonii. 2 5,

    .worth 75c, now 50c.
    .- I [au.al--'ewed Fr.enic Kii Infant-a'
    y Ktton,
    worth $1.00, now 75c.
    - Hand--ewed Kid Spring Heel Button
    worth 75c, now 60c.
    Itand-sewed Kid Spring Heel But-
    ton. s- l.


    worth $1.(0, now $1.00.
    Iland-sewed Kid Spring Heel Lace.
    worth $1.50, now $1.00.


    Men's Department.
    Genuine Dong. Hlutton and Lacq
    Shoes, 12-a,
    worth $1.50, now $1.00.
    Genuine Vici Kid Button and Lace
    Shoes, 12-2,
    worth $2.00, now $1.50.


    -PROPRIETOR OFLadies' Department

    CRONIGS ST LOON Kid Spring Heel utton and Lace
    Mshoes, 3-s.
    -DEALER IN-o0,$1.25, $1 50, $1.75 ail $H.
    I fThey are worth -W,(more
    Imported and Domestic Wines, Liquors and Cigars. Kid Heel Button a Lae. ae
    JUG TRADE A SPECIALTY. Cloth Top in Black and Tan.
    Coi ner Rolmhnont and DAvillire Sta. PENSACOLA. FLA from $1.00 tO $3.50.


    H. H. WICKE


    Plumber, Gas and Steam fitter,

    No. 5 South Palafox Street.
    All Kinds o. Plumbing and OaG Fittin'gs Materials Kept on Hand


    lr~tWLPfiwvrP ft


    DUNN'S


    HOTEL


    ON EUROPEAN PLAN.


    Three Rcalar

    Meals Each Day

    25c Each.


    'I- -


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

    Special Orders at Any Hour.
    RATES:-From $1.00 to $1.50 per Day. \LODGING:
    531 and 519 S. South Palafox Street. Pennacola. Florida 25 and 50c


    TIME TABLE.


    LODGE DIRECTORY LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD.
    IN EFFECT JANU'ARY 7.. 1J0.
    KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.
    G No. r. No. 2. No. 1. No. 8.
    Pensacola[ lodge.. No. 3. K 1 f P 2:in 1:1 n, IN 11:". p m Leave P iensacola .....Arrive 4:15" pum i .:4)a m
    e "2:15 i -12 if.-) night Arrive ...Flomation Arrive 2:4.5 p m 2:..1a in
    meets every Monday even- 4:12 p 1in t:tia m Arrive ...Mobile ..Arrive 12:.'I noon 1 2:2I) ntigbht
    Ing at 7::10, at C:atlle Hiall. P:;Op tn 7: 41a in Arrive New Orl-sans Arrive 7:;' a in 7:45 pm
    In Ilutcblnon0 ball. West ":-,) p III :to a m Arrive. Monteomniry Arrive 11 :92 a4m '..10 p m
    Intendencia street. i:.'iI a mi 7:0) p m Arrive ..Na-hville Arrive 2:21 a in 9:iia nt
    Visiting brethren cordially 12:.5 noon :30 a) m Arrive Loul-ville ... Arrive V:12 pm "*--.".i a ni
    w elcumed. 4: oIm 7:1 m Arriv,-. I'incinn tl 1I,0av. t5 p) m I1:ll) pmni
    i H. Jl -DlVI t.,
    I. HooSLK c.c BETWEEN PENSACOLA AND JACKSONViLLE.
    K. .& I'.


    W. O0. W.
    Live Oak Camp N I Wxo(lman ofthe
    World.
    Mf-t-l tr* t and third Frilva night In
    *ach nllnth. Vi ititag -overg-''. cordi-
    itllv invited. W. W. WAT-oN,,
    S. R. TI AMI V Clerk. I'. C.
    s I'A.ANTIIT-: ..Plt( riI:'21IIIV AS!('-
    CI LTION.
    (nlice ol' t*l" ** re-tarv at ('lu let's
    1Mimic M IoIae.
    Hlfo iol optling on vit'l ,f the 1'rT 'C1. r'.
    -: ,.. rlet iry wil1 % i -\'ll hi- *-i:ir. t:llu- to
    tia- in~lt'rests of thie A*'. iititin
    JAM% l- 1"1HiI AVE ANIK:I.-. DrA.-ui-t .-
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    Kodol

    Dyspepsia Cure.

    Digests what you eat.
    It artificially d igeststhe food and aids
    Nature in strengthening and recon-
    structing the exhausted digestive or-
    gans. It is the latest discovered digest-
    ant and tonic. No other preparation
    can approach it In efficiency. It in-
    stantly relieves and permanently cures
    Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn,
    Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea,
    SickHeadache.GastralgaCramps,and


    No. 21. No. 3. No. .. No. 22.
    11 5. night 7:m a m ....... ....Pernsacola 11 ) p n A:: p) m
    1 *:.5t niXt t 7:;N.a m .. Milton 1i1:l o1 n 5 p m
    4:Cir a m i anm $ I e'unltak pringi 4'Lt p mi i p m
    i:.', mr 14 ::* a m ...... 'hlpl-y p 1 5.7 p p m
    7:1l itn IIl.ia in Mariannn K: I D "1 1.' i : noon
    : a r it 12 :'Oinoon river unctionn :;i p m 1 J'i am iI
    .1... :4: p m .. allahas-* ;: 3:t D m
    7:t p m .... Iaok ,onville w.:- iam


    JOHN NICHOLAS'


    :Restauirant,

    305 N. TARRAGONA STREET.
    oPPOSITE I UNION IDEPOT.


    (Deals at All Hours.


    Open Day and Night.


    L-A Complete Stock of Fruits. Nut Candies, Cigars and Tobacco
    Constantly on Hand.
    Finest Ovstera for Family Use a Rpecialtv.


    A Special Bargain!
    A lot of Fine Ladies' Shoes. Cin-
    cinnati make, regular price 83.C'
    and $4 mo a pair, now only $1 &P.
    We only have them in 2s and 3.
    and C and D widths, that is why
    we sell them so cheap.
    In Our len's Department
    We beat any store in town; wilf
    undersell anyone and give tho*
    nimost comfortable fit and general
    satisfaction.
    OUR $3.00
    Hand-sewed Vici Kid Shoes are
    equal to any $4.u shoo in town.
    Kindly soliciting your patronage,
    I remain your- to please,


    .11h Gugenheim.


    CHAS. COTTRELL,
    Artistic Photographer,
    ROOM I3 F1lEIELt UBl'I lNIJ.
    204 S SOUTH PALAFOX BTHEET.
    Hatisfation (iuiaranteed ha Every Par-
    Uoular.


    HINBiRO BROS. & COOP




    Palafox Street,
    Pensacola. Florida.


    BARGAINS


    -IN-


    R~eal


    Estate.


    $ 100O %ill lpiiv ',ii aerei of land nnrt N
    $IWOOf tb"ailVatly rd West f 4soul4Jifg.
    wall buY *Ial~ie ,-', adjintirng city

    $3000witll a moor d r 1,oint htvwb
    This ; prprty i'"t amanN,-wa t%
    Arsr~f 11w Ii imv 7-0fti anne.ti-Paen "PC
    $4000 )o ,u Atri Littmi- l'tntviu. This
    pnipr t p it& a ft ut-.-r fruit oil, ht- 1041Y;A11"
    on Hig Ba vfut;il .ttis. Havo lii
    *.J i'.v on:s' (of tIi" thli%t .*sl
    $5000 i-i i,-on v, -.,t ifiw. i-at uatet
    onl -r-1.t car 1::,, !it- 2, rooij-i iai, uu all nauio-
    t *i -.cft front ron
    $6000 .fIrx

    a1l 1,:-: hl %i ? -i:* ft frorpit on
    ralli KIA1,,2ft tropit :n aWrignt. Thov
    pr-p-ilyho; li.. -,1 Irs tahi-,-4 fn I'.nlltho( iii g
    pie IV y4ifro) it inn to htui'i i o,,en i m~-a ~oro.
    $8000wil I b-or a han,ootnu,ni ror..Adone@


    JOHN McDAVID, H. A. 'W JLTERS, $90 tooi: t,.-.- -
    S $9000W il'! thiin-' s .-ri fauran i t
    REAL ESTATE AND BROKERAGE. m"ir.'o") i -
    :Botcher and Green Grocer. th-"m"tv"n..
    CITY PROPERTY. FARMING PHONE 172. $ 10,000' llparltt..'' t ?,":
    1f:ont.
    AND TIMBER LANDS Fre.h Tennessee and Native Meats. ---
    FOR SALE. Chickens and Country
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    4 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MARCH 1, 1900.


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    t-urcting tie n-CC\ A V h-Lo -t itu:,il.(
    crrrLa- no p.- .ei-ct ra- ref
    tax or 4-iC. u.--t I rt i rlie-I- ) at;-i~I
    aamt.be-z- in 1-a---. \%i p*Ce t!.,--.-I

    dreaded I1,% he ,.pr, m. --~P tt-h-.. :.,-
    iolves a .-p -I f Pl,1).1a- mljfe- I' .pol.
    witb ans ..n+- u~. ob-- at..e.to ftirma i,:.
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    ITINIt DAILY NEWS:

    Satow" at Ithe Post omcee at Pt usacola.
    71V_ 4 m O5aml-clabs mat ter.
    Gwriew: Pitt Building. _111., Soutb Pals-
    JIea Sret. np-ttalrb.


    THE W1W.S PUFL!BHIIG 00.

    Terms-invariably ini Advance.
    OneYear byMail
    &i.A bh60LE&.~I
    Tb~ moUu.tbe ..w
    4 esaw 14tt
    Ose Woo. bY (:at ri-r. p.aybipe M I miay IV

    THE WKICrKIY ]hEWS:
    Publith#ed e-vt-ry f rida.:'at $1.1 ,p'#r yeuir

    TELEPHONE NO. t18.

    Advertising Raefs Furnished on A~ppi:!Z'een0.




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    Thus paper is ou fiue with the
    M N OS ADVRTSING CO.,
    P p 88"&Uilig. St. Paul. IMann.. wber
    .-dbr. adrertisers and others vzn
    eZ&Ww t saud wbeie estimates winl be gi veL
    wf~DV- Or QgNaRAL. ADVIERT16SNG

    mUSA0oLA. MA:ECH. 1. 1900

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    1. P-im ,r : -; c ia Call ard- V
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    No better lC~igarfo
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    Cares those eruptions, boils and pimples which are so likely to appear in the
    Spring; cares scrofulous diseases in their most tenacious forms; cures salt rheum or
    eczema with its dreadful itching and burning; cures all stomach troubles due to
    generally weak condition and impure blood; cures debility, sick headache and
    " that tired feeling," which just as surely indicate that the blood is lacking in
    vitality and the elements of health. Hood's Sarsaparilla

    r~_r_~ __^ys'^'yy~*^'~yI"\"'"'


    stae were figlittag In favor of two prices
    for text books: and In support of the-zr po.
    sition these eduicators brought forward a
    great variety of argunientt'. not one of
    which waa. however. worth the paperit
    wasavritttenon. Many ofthilloleading tedu-
    cators In a ll states are tbe iege-n~r.tf ibt.
    American book company, and if Alaharuz
    is eve; to tpe freed frem the pri -e% 01 ID)-
    copoly. and xi to have ttlt bor.ks on the
    teryn- itat Ut~ peopl- of Indiana or Kans~sl
    g-.t b-. them. bt people of tb:. 'stitt- flius
    e t-ct ieig...iazrs who will not ~to t
    -ieading seducators.-
    ThE- agitation in M isais-ippi g w*s P%-:* to
    anotbtr legislature, two years *i-r~ct. and
    the American Book company w.11 %ork Itbe
    state as one of ai% ricbt-.t rie-ida in tb., in"&-.-*
    tVme. It can inake in the intervtnini, two
    Years eliough to justify &ve-ry lihra!
    It lefn the n.-xt Wtugagle cumet ofL.

    Dr. Small's Coagh Ny'wrie ar"any raweof brom
    chtajti. lun.g afftiction and izrivp'-. Pbysi
    ciana pre..eritw this ro-Laghl. re-me-dy. andI
    druggz-t- recommend it: be-caue~- at i,.-'.r
    fwisto cure-. tan costs tbut :!'jctr~ts a titLetC

    BARTHOL03114Y BEER
    Has no f.qual. It is absolutely pure
    arid is fine in flavor. Euge-ne*ArbV-
    fla se~ll it at ttic, Gulf ~1OI

    A QUIET HOME WEDDING.
    Mis UnteawIe Pasit-k and IL U Wil-
    kins, Unitvd in Martiage.
    Mi'ts 3ary Estelle Pollock and
    Mr. Richard Evani- Wilkins wer,-
    united in bonids Aof 1matrimony at VtL-
    homue&(if the-- bride. 131 Ea?.t ri.-lit
    -trpe-t at *-:A41 )*cle)ck la!: fli.0t. fRpv.
    Fre-d J.,:=. jtor 4)f the- YzrL B ap.
    t i- e i Ili. efliciatnw
    Was a (1 ~4,1,t hoine ~-d~~.ir:
    re- it *aii(I em-o-jpl-r- it a.1fr1-1d. -a
    4)1, tt-.0. 1) id.- h'-i::z pre-,erlt.
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    TI.- Nfaion,--vDi~rreory- 0). l'4 A'-
    I i:::: i a id lia- a1 1 -t .,f fri' rid- L-: f.
    w!;etwt-re %vtr a by hiii I'-a w:eYv-


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    Mr. anid Mi-. Wilkii- Ie-!tt '-nt.
    112'tr jiu1in -t caught feir -No-w )-
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    WAS -CCA


    Investigate the Convertible Term Contracts


    .I- Fti"t11ea11 aIMaM r ArzIIt-.
    rIThe re-ids aenoftJ.bCe(uatherine at: 1M t a
    The Short Month Nearly EqualsIThe re..was a neotableC.Gunterine at Old Peunnu u lLife Ins.uo.
    January. M~vd -l.o e.2.10.teDAVID EDREHI, *!" 6 A
    occr-onboing the 74th birthday of,: ..1E L '1
    Mrs. Gunte-r. who.&e descendalaztz. all__
    told, nnmnher %4, Fevsnty-fuar fhvi ziv,
    Decrease in Lumber &and Tim her and sixty-or e of whon, tovetf er
    Shipments AlImoot Made up by w~th seve-ral friends. were p-etto
    AUricultoraI Producia; and Marla. enjoy the 0..--in thing-- prcovidod for, --h
    ithe occasion. I would menetiohn
    facturva-Interebting Cunapariaoaah. am')ng the friend-i pree-rmt tapt..zteli
    Theforignexprt rad oftheTthos. Hutchinson. W. H. Hlun bin c
    Thre foel ofexplrthtlr ade ofntheason and Misia Annie (ijnges a f Pen-*.
    por fel of sighly astnuoth.as acold and C. L. Wiggins and wife'
    night have been expct-ced in the? of Pine B.a-rren.
    ihortest month I,-* the-- year. beuthtie I A lceiig table wiaz Qpread with ei Lr*:*-
    de-cea--- i v-luat~rAwas mlvthiu'zs toc-at and we are- witne-.-t- TI)
    phe-.ent as thp done pthe 'dinwn-r. H.eiw- jl iiMI
    CI'C t 2ye rce-t -~ c- rn~are-d with -I-. b#-fore- be-iv.r fully adrnitte-d to
    J~tcniarv-. Ol( in, I hg -- f tiri:.-.the tcirptintr di ,-I,- of V II-i~i W fl
    The- tereae w~- 1.~r>-.rja ..~ -were-fhtv4).- wit!):1 .-hort. hur :.-
    !i'21 !tii~brazc ::ibz- en OrirIito addre`-- th%.tie- Ro-vt. -N.GA
    Wa- rIt-- r!v r Ze- ',eij Iby.an'] In- B,'et.r ,,ori-l '-fllw
    c.eae III Ut. ye ......e f2 e~i''it.,- e.- ~ :-,(.
    t (Ir -~ ar I azric ult-u. .: I prod uc:.- .I, t ii,. tn-(~t I i .e i.-- i _- ~
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    rwitry .-xpiirt- w.,~ $ .l.t7 ~ ~ ..I-*.-;* !l r (
    a~zara- $1~2'~t'it. J-tirual-v. fl'-. a;: -:r -- ..
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    th-)i Lhtl r.'arrive4i; yi. .-I I-c-:-;I *1e-aliti (IlI1603OI & al1io


    -~ax~ge ~ f~ 1 !:ceat ;-(J. -' ..: r-a:-,-r t"r i- i2"e. 'e
    a:*-- chu I'-a Ie------ 12.l-t. :2- ris'e j C I.I, r:.e- twnfv t--E ,I--lR 1 A
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    ceeelCtf lcieia ccii i s- ti. l tif -.% It, I i t III, mutt-rum r tte-
    I c. l c :it redJ. 47, v, -eI. ri I Ve-. A .In i ll c I~i ~ -vt-.,-Ii-a % cLf)t !.FI.-
    Continuing Until Wednesday Night.'
    in Janti-irv. !."A. f.- NO t C. -! ti~i~r.(.r -a,- --

    an!41hz t: Ue f~juc-wingjl t: ta'I eI-C-

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    ..- 1 :--fAt.-a jV 4) fin?, preovo-nii t an-.if ell,


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    pillows, etc'.. to (o with y our
    pewi furniture. )'ou can
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    i;;i ,,f N -wark.Mi .. I, thie civil l w IPi- tl,e- Iri- t)t th- pmibl;c rem :tir.-
    \V r. It i-'u -d i; rrible- ;ll.-re t' (- -:'.iia tint, -ly: 1(:)I- dollar perl
    S..it n.', :r.**:ttin -Itt he-lpe-d tf r 211 I -. 'tlI. -ix bottl,-; ftr five d<,llar- .
    y*-ar-. Then luticklen'- Arnica 'l' ;ahe ad itiin e-poken of albve i-
    ve curefd hium. Curu- ('out,. directed e-p-cimally to the relief of
    Br;i-p-<. Bur ril. n .Felon Cer :e i i:li:.9-tioil in it* varii-d forrni-
    S-kin Erupztiens. Best Pile cure on With proper die-t ith. Tonlic will
    -;trth. '.' ". ;t; I,)ox. ('ure guarani- cure the wor.t formli- of thiq tor-
    ,**--d. Sold by W. A. D'Alemnbe-rte-. entireige affliction with its hundro-dl-
    Dru- :giuts. of ob -cur --ymiptmn-.:,ofte re-f* rred
    to oteIlr oirganlis than thte stomatci,.
    Cleaning ladies skirts and waist By thi- addition. its virtues :Is a
    i-e on- oif ,our specialties. tar Iaun- iLroneral tonic and itvirorator a 1l
    dir. blood purifti-r, are not impaired i:1
    .- .- hle least. No better medicine can
    All the best brand of lquors at be found for the relief of those di--
    Eie-;,- Arblna's. eases that are so prevalent in tile
    -pring month.
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    W ho is Rfaderk I my friend! for the support tley haive-
    ivern this Tonic, and promise that
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    SA Happy Gatheringol Sixty.One Mem
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    THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MARCH 1, 1900. 5


    P. Williams of Na-hrille. and E. H.' MOURNING TAKEN DOWN.
    hOGAL ,,EWS NOTES kmBeek and wife l. h o hiladehia Emblemsoft rpp
    Roar Admniral F. Rodgers. Comn- Rlblell Of G..bei's Death Strippd
    mander C. .. l'.-lker and .Naval From State Houe,* by Vandals.
    Con-tructor W. I. C,,pp.of the Izov- FRASKFORT, Ky., Feb. i8 -Vandals
    ,in eir.-aft or, rea,,s.. *O.e -% UV rtmiir-nt board f survey and in- stripped the state capitol building of
    i..rt ,.,, i.e-..f.,.rned .,ri.r. .,e sptctim of ship-. paid an official emblems of mourning with which the
    ,;, ,,, ti,,j,,,.. .v,,.,,U t, Itm visit to the Peiac.'ola navy yaral
    .... ,, .. r,,, .. ... .. ...,m ,, t,,.t j.-' v trday. anid w-ie well plea-ed front of the building war draped on ao-
    with the improvenfints made under, tount of the death of the late Governor
    3,,.ad Arbena'- locals. theefficient adm itai-:' ion of C om- Goebel.
    mntlnddr ti.min ge"3 ,eo ~1ft this The work must have required the co-
    S Hudn Tampa. at or for Koperation of a number of peop nd o
    -Hud, ut fTatfla. i-at norltira for Ivv %V:--. cupied some time. The soldiers were
    I(. t-aaifrl. f Crvv e. a Dr. BeIIl'% ourb %rrup i otI Ie4t remedy on t(iutv during the night. Captain
    R. Sanford. of Caryvlle. is a It Cochran. who is in enarge, will hoid a
    -t at the 'lNetchliit- t l-d y. t-iake* t ailowIu c.'!; or ,.,,i to run on: court of inquiry today.
    ai for it ilony d r,-hit, -a-r s.- th t- r lunll--
    Jan. F. I.., rprentg The troutl.. T.'lake*" r. t.'- L'ii yrp lita A r Exodus.
    l,-'lItt,, 1 tat tIlleC. -llii.LA. oce. _____ __ ATHENS, Ga., Feb. 28 -Over 100 ne-
    R-.:uilar ineet-ing of the Chiamber Duffy' Malt a. Ei::r-u Arbona'P. groes hive left A:hens for different
    L e,,.iilllteiI. at urlock tlo-mfi t. -l
    -- eao.- points in M.liissipp;, where they are to
    Mi- Ida Mett- of Ml)nroiville. IINGHAM. THE IMi'l1KESONAIOIl. receive igh waxeM a farmhands.
    A: .. I- a gue-t at the LI.ew.s hl)ou-e. Waie Peg LeA Williams has not been
    JoLt.r N-al alid -on and J. It Wil- ltur~ly Nigltr. March 1. here himself, he has had a number of
    i,-i:i- tof e.-tville, are at thile Lewis Thi ladies of the Plalafox Street agents working secretly and has dis-
    .uu--. Iflthodi.t church have secured trtbut.d a quantity of his literature in
    S Hinil!:rn. America'- leading unono- this ciy and county. Tuo negroes have
    !i. Wil-ou and wife of I)e li- ue tertaiier.for atn '-nragenenit been nul,iing meetings and discusp.ing
    i kofprin.g-. are regit.-t-red at tihe to(), ) ziven at Clu'ter'-, hall. Thurs- matter for several weeks. ome of
    iL,-w,; i,,,u-e. (lay .vvninolr, March 1. Mr. Bin, hain them hert sood tnaeir property in order
    (o.'o. R. Ve-nabli-. U. S. N.. of Var- i aui einte-rtainer of tiational reputa- to uet monoy worn which to start out
    *.igl.cli. WM a gue-=t oif Lite satii- tion l ald hi n ernaii)c-lient ought to com:ortably iu tueAr new homes il
    ,il 1,.t-Iday. draw a crowded hotu-e. A >:-irt <,f Mibsilippi.
    thie prove'-dds will go for the benefit I t o U, Sold.
    Lo.wi- Msorriso's -Fatut will be ,,f hI' hiChurch. Maon Hotel to UI Sold.
    ;.:-m.-ted a;t the- lpi i nou-e leitXt Admis-ion:: Adult. .t'-lit-:'"thil- MACON. Feb. Zts-Tue saleof theHo.
    Aini'.. 'i i t, (idr.-n.3 e.25 it'. tel Lanier will take place Saturday
    J. 1 ;Iown and wifeof i.-ui-vill H morning, and it is expected that C. A.
    !.' It,.- .lel tl.. i-it.n : .,- Hunt *,. :ei,'iM-iL Ls.,* I t,, Aaa. y. one of tie principal bidders. When
    \ H.R. do dnt. Iidrnd fItiy ind| Aseen about the rumor that he would bid
    1I. V. -tll :lat-t ,i ( It." tr- It i ('t'itainly ratifyin to) thte on the property, Mr. Newcoimbe said
    ,;.>i. 1 .it l lh 'le'i -wi. ei'i=e-. I l )li te) k oi'4)w 411l o)1: liCili ill that it would be iecessarv to wait until
    1tl,- lalid whoi p;i-f I)t! raid to hb. Saturday and see what would be done.
    I '. 1-. Mc\V a i n:i;- a!, ..' -- '-..'i-ro s I ti h nti i,,- y ;int -uirlerinz. The property will oe old at public out-
    "\l-l. \.1- ililjn4- ,, ,it gli. -:- .: I& .M 'i; i.t.; ) i is i-\;o\- .ry )>, (' ;l- iri .tlion. ICotli, .- w ill brain g.
    LI.1 i :. W IV litt-. I .N l illr (',i!-. i'ti. aiv.* iW;aly ovor
    v..i t ti ll-- i-n ;An. iil *n li tIiai horttl of tliis reat j DufTy's M alt i- better tli ii ni(-di-
    .I I,':. t:l-V on t *- I. .! **\.i -. i"t(l S, '"i ; kiin win :: it :s ab olute.ly
    '1 :,- -!lia ,I ..I tit nhLi'|"-: I'link- thi- .\- : i;i. ltrro schiti-. H oi rsir -.iie-.s- .. t ( m* iii- tii' l i A d i'l. l .*c i li-'ilt ld ,,l .. 11 di-,as s ,f fl, T lroat, C hest ,- ry-l- I l t >, l.'oI).-l M.ortv : *..
    ;.:ilt l.'tn .I .ar,* -ii. l ] y eiti-d ilt i-. ou l .
    I e--< .iT ld o ii.'.: w t.ich W l li tia < ,11 W A e A I'A le:ilio't. l)ruli I I.. *' M. l W a t-. ; i- t an ir livieta-il.
    I li I- he ti. niu MAl .it 'i t .: 1- lt-liug *1-- ., ln t ^;2a lr,., trit,-l bottle,. 't*n lit 1s-ii 1t- ;:\\ It) tith i
    l l I1 II I- U t 0l"- t- T (l f'. ilitr,. (iec. ." ..
    i.-< .t.l 1 it- to'tltlivy ill yal d to,k- :- i' -i ** i:!tl M I. -v-ery Ir:l,e-t I .\\:>lit '. l-' r 1 '. \\ diI.-
    a V. Po ttl,- -.'il:l-ti it -,-d. ir i,' itc refiliiend( I.;/il. Aiin W% iii -t ait e ilt-.e
    i lorn i il te...I L -liBrown nil
    !:,. itl i.. ( C niley aid II. F. l 11,.i:niit:a r-" at l-" ,.I'Ie A r, H- i, aW 1. .r ...
    -jitt.- we-i.- ia;iil.-d i4ut on the ima- i4 1-. r'e lat ..
    ,fit- wk i% tl i. I ,.,f li i t z o: lt l lt. i al at(h-l. ndtli!-. i.-nt F, \, ai :.l.1 .
    *p i ali-. C A .l CALL AND INSPECT I l.- Itini il .1..ii. i-:||.r A <.,. Mr- t.--
    ('4 ,A i I (,1 ,., ) t,,c tpi>,-u>r t.> t lit. 1.il lilt.i ni ,lii.t
    Itdepo ( If w hilei procet-ding i i t'1 1 I-;lnitl.! -ltu Ap|il *. A. 1t..
    P..ilat.x -treet ye-t-i LJ y alteru,,,,tn l.in offcI ri al d i li Illli-. :. r ,,,l hi, )n,.. w .k f,r
    :ini r't;i i utri : t it- b .I)STF A I) :it -.i' -k -; i i.
    1 1.1l"..'. IJll l.a t f.%r.c -. iHI 1,- k.p- ,ipa r lwhliPliv l ill tle'
    Hs, I;t. MNi.. ,dit,.r ,f Ta llam ia riture iom pans,- "" ^ V.
    ,tfle- 1 3.a .'.- ,licit le.- E%.'t uiir 1.4 1wC-. lerk Ic-ak I irluitt('cotrt;
    Siv.ed ii re .-itvy il-t itigilt aF.d took Five Thousand Rolls ) # -pu. Cl rk.
    4 oin- :a tll.'- E-i'I.it llit c I .-:i't:i. "'In.. F,-b. -' tIlo. tnilawiw
    ,oi W all lPa er ill -te'k. all of the la- .......
    Thel : af; i noon train .li l; .tter a or- t ltte allI l ire c liniii in li. i-'irt Jtd i 4 rcuit f i.loiida.
    Sdiy.. arrive li, ret :ia out o 'cl .k, I' icet- fr.-ni so.' t $1.7-5 is,'r lo l,c J. I'. ; i'ileit 'll- iir of l ,cri4o'intli ca1iilIY. itl
    t'ceOllilt I: ( ionn, ti.on- (,l i t e. It,-- Ar (Co. 1,,. 11 N. Pal:afox, .'1ati r. -l. atnl ler livorc. *
    till J nit.- of tihe I.. .z N '.,,e.. ,." 9 '..f t..


    . -W ()rte.'an' -'aoet i- 1 a01" 4 6
    .-.IWai tri-atinee-ae. wi-ll re-tillri
    tiiAlv ra--torf-d to hiealIth.
    4:.t. *ti-;eanid wi-ito 4f St. c
    A rt,;:-tgl-!-at tile Me4-rc'lai
    i owi # a e -tar eef -.-o-i
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    un lub 'Vidw.1:.Iic, r eesih%%st in srq ie
    tee Smoke DUJRH AM !Ci-',,.""-~.4I~
    te-gars at D'Aleniberte's. IIih I'. e-rh0 o li pil1i't.' Oi
    fl e-la"uIt 'icnc-es'tv c' l c.-~.lvt P4.11It
    VO' 1A)iA 111 Na''. ', ft 1.5'pit ej-r p -I bIie.sbr-.
    Alit. Room Moi~ilditig int #tie' ofc P.-n '.ic'ul t, I'ieci-i.
    Romtoudig A. M. t.N1 MILI. A N.
    n il oi adi -l d i rnt f 1!1(.V, at r 4e.-rk C41r.'uit I rt
    I it Pa ; If X'I cltept_-Yclork.
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    ~ 'j P~ i;t~.nIl~Seat of the Florida Chautauqua now in Session
    Until March 27th.

    -ct~e 2t.e '~rt~ea:e W-t I. .._ insi Resort inWestern Florida. i#,
    w;!,- .*f New A ek l- I'~ i- hun-t -ltittitlo- inithe -Statii' Pun- Vatf'r antid tivi-iiratiaig Clitea-.
    THE -HiT OF AC iOfimrDnTnON AT POTELCHUA-A


    FORBES


    STORE.


    J3 ust Received.


    CiRENS


    D Y!


    HAPPIEST DAY


    OF THE o*


    FLO1IDA CBIATA U1qA!

    Saturday, March 3.


    -ORDER Of EXERCISES :=--
    11:3--'The World Builderp." Illuntrated:
    Prot. H. V. Riehards (Tbe MBagiemn ,oI
    3'ience>; Howara 3. starrett, Ventril.
    2 ::t--lroint nade Concert: Rogers' Goshen
    Bli- 4il.
    3:AXI-C'bildren's liour: Tableau Vivant:
    Picturesque tnate Eff.ets Unider the
    direct ioi of M rs.Fraink tiyton Thomp-
    O*u. uleltetlons by bhaile s dbert
    Grant. the 'nilvalled 'baracier Artist,
    and M. Levant )a-vis., larytone Soloisl.
    7 ::-Marveloub Eulrtralninent: "T h e
    \Vonder? of Water." (Startling exptri -
    inentp. Prof. H. V. Itlchard-.
    "::31 -Moving Pictures. j irewo ksafter the
    E.eninig Se.Msion.

    A Grand Combination
    .* of Talent!. -


    VAlIUIE 1),
    PICTI' lESqUIE.
    H UMORtOUIS.
    and DRBAMATI'C.


    Startli nI Experiieniit iby Piif.
    Itic li:trd-. the MA .i ician ti l ci eicv .
    and ;t Fund of Hi uniol by St:irrett.
    thilt W ih tt-r Vorky t..


    The Children's Day
    Hai hbfln for SixtpIen Y'oar- t i;vio('-
    Ilintees-tig of a!l lS:.turJ.iy
    Excur-6io)II.

    NLY 0 CNT .. ,:,
    I iv--r .1 ri tii n >nl I nz I ti r l mllti .' nitel -.
    liy Sp"cili T'rrains. ('Che-apt.t nlid I'4-t :\-
    cur-lo ii l the l W \ world. 4' I1,I)hEN -.*.
    r tiiid not 'e>I, ". until af :tr livu ltng *S.--
    stioll.
    NAVAl, STORlES MAIKDET.
    leporred Daily for The News byy
    Mesrsa. A. i. Moses & Co.
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    S........................ 75 F ..................... 1 ,
    M ............... ........ Ai ...................... 1 0i
    K ............. 2- I" ......... ..........
    I ..... ... .. .. .... 2 15
    SPirerTs TURPZNTIN-;-r.; cents.
    "Upper Ten" at Euiienei Arbona's.
    DURHAM Cigars are
    the finest 5 cent smoke.
    Try them at D'Alem-
    berte's.

    We are Sole Aenits For
    Kaysvr & Alluini'.-. C(liha. M. N.
    K eilel)' land 4('1el:tnid Wall lPaper
    Co';. Fill, W all PFaull. Full line
    itf '.iilple.. .1. R -.s & (Co. Nl 11
    IN. Paliarf I'hone. t. 2 -tf

    Handsome pictures, bric-
    a-brac, etc., in endless ar-
    ray at rock bottom prices at
    AMarston f Finch's.
    Harth'ti loiVnly liv r on I )r'.ughlit ;:t
    E ugentiI Ai l aonPa'P.

    Furniture at all Prices.


    W\ ar Po sllin diliiif, rioomi t;oblfs
    :it la,r aiii lclp ice.-; aili.o .-t)Ves. he. Id-
    -prilli-s, i:ittings, kitchen -:afe-.,aind
    kithv1'n1ii '.1)jbinat- will t11 1,le b na;il .
    chti-i- for flo ri and dr'av..ri for
    R ithe i n ntii slut ii, :i' !. ta li-w >ro.
    C('ll t11itl xaminiv thln' at 4). M.
    Pr".'.or's lB-t' alii Furniture IHt:-e-.
    The best 5 cent Cigar
    on the market is the
    DURHAM. Try them at
    D'Alemberte's.


    FOR BEAUTIFUL


    RUGS


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    THE PEOPLE'S STORE,


    A.


    Schwartz,

    Proprietor.


    --NEW ARRIVALS!9
    OU R 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
    "(,''r//ifm /Ini.m/," famous for fit, style and finish-in


    fact the best fitting Waist in the land.


    dealer or customer can den\.


    This fact no


    You may form some


    idea of our offerings by a glance at our large cxt lusive
    Shirt Waist Window, and they arc cheapir than
    heretofore by reason of our Motto: "Si:! Cii; \ \\li
    T t;RI Y INCRI .\ I.: I ll: EUSINF-.' ."


    New
    Arrivals!


    LUAES AND EMBROIDRIES!


    New
    Arrivals:


    Our ('antre' Table-- ol'- benl:i~ h!eatthiaTirooodali' -f '-Ne~wt
    Th inl--iin Lace, 'anid Einbroiderir'".

    Vo.4.:i~'lvniILaeiIdi g and Inserto-e.


    Point d.- Sp;r,'t, Oriental a:d Plat V al, .'. *.
    ," U ,'li :n :.:!its l1.l01m 11r1 E d inTi. ix yard I, ti htls. w ,r !, "' *, .- t .i't '.


    Sweeping Sale of Muslin nludewear! *
    One LoI t Child's Draw-r-. ihomnie.l and u.'keJ. -i I a I a.. i, ep p:ir
    Size'- :1'. 5 and i;, only............................... .... ........ .',e pair
    ()ine Lot ( C ii:l'- 'rilinitn t! Drawerr, at ( ost .,i-t-k.
    it ne LIot Child's Tri inwoiid uowni- at C'ot Mark.
    O)ne Lot C(hild's Trinimned Skirts a;t ('-Co-t Mark.
    )One Lot Mi-r"' Triniin ed (iowni at (Cost M.tIk.
    Otie Lot Ladies' Trinii ed Ch('iniif worth ::.-,: for.................'t0c each
    One L,,t Iadiies' Trini -d tCambinlric Chemli isp, worth 7. for....... l'c each
    One Lot Odds and Ends@
    In Ladies' Skirt-s arid Gowns to Clos' O)ut at Cost Mark 'Price.

    J. M. HILLIARD & CO.,
    -Matralfaturer liand Dealers in-

    Carriages, Buggies, Wagons and Drays.
    eg-Repairing Attended to Promptly.z @


    :-p FAST (.AItf)EN 'ST.


    VEMSAVI''A. FLA


    King Carnival


    NN'i II -.,-eti ho I herr'. a wIt., e ''e'i~t-t' v* :1
    xvitli th:- teakirrir ro-mIii tsar.


    Spring


    Goods,


    I ~'I 11c t,,mv iEnltire s-toe'kti-f %Vi-u?- dg at
    Il G iomd-Aarrivig';ioe aa Isd ,' v I ;: 111" ee .
    Ill Xeiwill fiind a e li.,k. l- 44l'1: ; ~ i-'-

    JUST REU.EIVILED e' Nw,;rt-. Ln f 1 M .-.lg
    Shirtr-. ate.l .iea. B. St HctIIat-. AtIII ,jot S. t bl-~.
    S"till 1l.ave' :4 few cit thu-c' 1I. st S-et-E11. Shirt-. i- 1 I.: z4 it
    w tiI.'h I ali i'.fnt-aIteE,-eljevt" fecr u. t.o;-:it4 '. -c I J:.,o tati
    *12' al'..&M. s' i- oetue .- i cX 'ilf. a-.0; v'c o-c-


    ,:)-J'os. CCL":IA,


    -- e- lI'2~ -~


    Roses- -Carnat-ions.


    Carr,-!Ion,, 75c per -ioi-n. C.-r
    A m er.c 3 n Be ,uIt I P,'73 ):"0 1,-)'1S.OOG 0
    All Utthcr Ros,,c$;-50. to S1.73 rier dozen.'


    100 Rolls China and Japanese Matting. To make OPERA HOUSE!
    room for this Shipment we offer >o.ioiNi ioiytm


    MOM AR~q R 00.4 1; M P 0: of a t *' p ANNE


    .l11 Riumnants on band 18c Matting, 14c yard.


    at 10c yard.


    25c Matting, 18c yard,


    - -Pnr Ward-
    $~~ 7.00.


    Laritst sttoti of tamls
    in IN City.


    35c Matting, 24c yard,
    while it lasts.


    Thi large Aim
    Chair, $1.75.


    Tuesday,


    March 6th. p I ia


    LEWIS MORR!SON',S
    Co. lftc- and l I Ii -ortit 1 I W' It ';

    Faust
    Wit t, it. M :eju ticj.- at icc rriceal and $q'e-i~ c
    FT.flcI- mRIA it-s Mar' .-iemM :4teir% -

    0ORI(; IN AI1, COM P ANY!
    CARLOAD) OF ~(NfY


    DEvrytifin New But Ihe Name!


    Baoo Casel,
    $5600.


    C7RIEW -IN"IViut 6-
    .~~NE IT H vF~R hcaptain.nwnf-re
    nor vorn.i gnpp of t h- I t hk 1)uf-
    I uuminiw~iIbe.'rpueponuatiie for


    So


    A. FRIEDMAN, Prop

    AGENTS FOR


    High-Grade


    Liquors.


    SII.VEt BROOK. 'PRIVATE WT ClK I;'N IIARDIN S0I 1-M.\.1SH.
    VERY FINE: -FRIEDMAN'S CELEJIHRATED OLD PiR'VATE
    STOCK. 12 YEARS OLD: ()I SILK VELVET. KEN-
    TI ('KY'S PERFECTION OF PURITY. AND
    LOTS OF OTHER .:RANDS WHICH
    SPACE WILL NOT PERMIT
    TO MENTION.

    P"The LarzTet and Hei,: Sl -et-d. St #-k of B it:|l- Whisc"- .alj
    Wines for Family I'se.
    THE JUG TRADE IS OUR MAIN SPECIALTY.


    THE


    30-inch Rugs, $1.25-New Lot.


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    8 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MARCH 1, 1900.


    Drinking

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    I


    is drinking for health indeed 1


    The UlorIds Triumph. oflMaster Broving

    c~cn~Beer is thoroutihWy
    ~* icrrcn-ed and of rit'c ade. it. never
    giiakes you bilious as-young beerdJoes.
    it rurisesinvitforates and
    Atones. A:T- for ~on
    draudht. -rder x ca-.-c for homec.

    ThE CHRI1STIAN 5{j'c1 .~EWING CO., e-INC',NNATI, U.S.A.

    L'9' %V t B E AL 19 IP.. W1Iv'.esale De;:1' '*. ''e-i 1C111


    MINING CAMP TRICKS.


    WOULD-"'T I,:TFCDUCE HIM.


    One lustmare Whe-re-n a 'icnemeWorL- TL~e I c.,unr 'z. '.,'a ir 'r.u~
    edI he' V.. rong V .. n%. %in1.- X'-I- a*i~i'~~ttlJ


    "T!:, r- is a -re,::t the o; 1'< .:.:' 1 h;: .:;:." s :. S. : :* I
    M ott t ,f l.ti-' <'.ty. Id n:.. t en : I
    think flr-riti **' i.::il ;i" : 'ir t i 't .'
    p rol.:t lly I .ol r< *-r il t i ';o r In thL. a m ining c'li:ll I l.iv' klio,\wN tw*r.''
    have always l,-vn ihir;-.s that ith,-,,
    working a vein lihad golie through iilt'
    the next claim in tai;.ing out lihe ol'e.
    and eoni;e.iluently wire taking out
    what wastit tlit.rs. These In:lnms It
    'was alx-ways dill-ult to sub.stantitil'.
    for the reason that the offendtir, of
    course, would not allow the offended to
    enter his workings, and without a sur-
    vey It would be Impossible to make out
    a case. Every subterfuge and excuse
    possible was resorted to to get Into a
    suspected mine.
    "I remember one case In an apex of
    a vein suit. where the workings lind
    been temporarily shut down and a man
    called 'Johnny ('ome Lately.' heavily
    armed, was on guard. The other side
    had tried again and gain to get by
    'Johnny,' b.ut had always failed, when
    one man. w ho knew that 'Johnny' wvas
    an enthusiasts, hunter, hired an anc-
    quaintano, i if his ti stroll by with a
    gun over his ari antld to engage 'Jolin-
    ay' in a conversation aleoiIt "bar.' It
    worked to a hliarni. and while to w:s-
    ltius enTroise.,d the'y iani:iaged to s-lip
    in and survey the iiinel.
    "Then there \was tlhe tas" of the'
    Last Chan.t- "i:iini 'ase the wtorkiings happenqtl to run to-
    gether, andi lle last 'e 're w torl kil lie t" le v'in frlq. i r "ii-
    idrniauli lli:;t the 'y.1r ovtwners wetre
    ,working froni on top. Knowing they
    would sooner or later break through
    the Tyler lplople lpreltared sinuIlgo -
    that is, saturated eordxuoo)d that w,'ut l
    give torth a tretmendious snioke--x l%,h.h,
    ll-ty hoped, would dr;'.e the I..st
    t'hance Kleople out of tln ir maine. Biut
    Shlien thoey hlinu!ly stet it otiff it went the
    eitherr way maid inade tlhe Tyler wiork-
    ings albsotlutely unteniaile. Indeed tlirte
    #f tlle liiinriis wi, re iercomne and \ \rtv
    cuetd (nly \-iill gr;i-at diflicult;."--
    W York Triltune.

    A Soldier's 0 onfelmun.
    A soldier "at t e fn;i*t." rel'frling to
    lthe fact that ii..iy i \t i won 'tiin army
    nurses are \<'t:rng itail ,g i.i l>oakiug.
    writes:
    "The nunsr.s a:lteil,;i in, us a di.-
    tractiingly hanil'oil, girl with ai ,ire'
    4;reek profile, red dis-h l-rot.in hair i"el
    kind tl :it t.eonis fti!I of little ga.ld>l
    tendrils in the sunlight and ey,. :is
    liquid as a f'awn's. Thie lirsit inu; sil,
    put her lii-:' *r on n \ii rit ii:y p1uls,'
    ran up to at lea',it 17:.. ai1id slne took it
    for granted that I lha:i a la i.!ih f'\x'1 t ia l
    dosed ie a'cmi.-linulyn I tri<-1 rpI-at-
    edly to lure her itot t, oEti\-rs:tili'n. loit
    she wouldn't toe !uret.. Shie wins sirItt-
    ly business. Wie'n I started tio pa:y i
    her compliments. slie wt,'i4t litk >li.i to
    put out my tongue. wi-i wais in it-
    surnounitabile olcsta-cle to con'versnation.
    I used to liel tiler with i:1nv iongri;e t
    hanging out trying to put mIny sril itio
    my eyes. lbu it wIt :1 .> ti N"' ,ri;tli
    can look romiatiil' witlh half :1 f.-. of
    furry red tIonig;e pl.intru!!'liic fri i i:'
    counted nai Fagging li' me s I.'y p iiittIng I ; i'-
    onio peter In tiii rn'tiilh. The lI t w.''k
    I pripos0.e thI ihrl li .' till 's or. r:11 :'.
    I tried to iut -!;- n :'ti :'i hly ,.:;.. ,1
    off mt y de<'lai:at- a'.s h iy thli'.-niii: :i t.etr-
    niorlireter Into liy iia t lh. I got s., *.-
    cl4ed one tntie tl;.t I ca;.nie i':i: v- ,'tn
    lowing a tlh t'.i,:lei it \\t 'i rtl s'< .
    doll:iri S!: 1'.I< n', Ia;I' T '\X 'I ,.
    y I l \V tl .:tll :11 1 1;.. I :::

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    THE ROYAL BCX.

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    \V ', :' nIn' ,: : .: of Ih I ... h, .

    : t :f i <'. n,.* !!l.-i. l,. h, 1 ,1, t-n if li'-


    i,< u:it I1 .-ith th!e p.wer ,f hi- state "T';es
    mai.n i<. s: al;i.- lie is- "'Ina f ',,rt u a


    : la i l tr wi \
    S ;i i ;1 ;, ..-' h- '. I 'i, t : I ': t ; 1 la w
    i L r i l i I a I a' \ I. n l I i el-
    1il 1 1' ,i VliM .' ;i r : :S! i t. e l, r. i I ,,ii; tI-
    1 I. ti M-; il i ; i .M I' 1tihnr e lii -re-
    t: i;.e I pn kd ,i.llai-ed i l s nit reg:i'rd
    I il I ;.' I litlt c .I t i' h l.n py.
    "1I .M1r. 1e ash e eroo inm: rth eisL l of
    i..'- yl'o x \ inn.:ini s t *iigrnpil'h !'r,. with
    t. hli le :t- s r-';i., a u 1o i ;ir-.u iinuiicitel.
    "yo iu i:w nliw i Mr'. 'i;n r -i 'esu *-lie re-
    plali' pro i inoui ng.~ t lia- "' linrd.
    '.tii I' lhe I poiui liln e'-e it lihit
    a\\.i :" .i a skel lIh ti callter. feigning siur-
    prOis'. "'Oif .coirt s it's his ipri'vilege to
    i'prtrnou;imc'e it aS lie chooses here's no
    set rule fir prono.tincing, naiimes. But
    you know Y-o u-nug-e r doesn't spelll
    Y'ou-tger., bill Youain er."
    "No, I didn't know it," slite answered
    as one wiho dolsut .'are. "But here he
    cont's now. That's hlim going into his
    lprliate oalict."'
    "lx,.i::s i:!w,. l>i:t thi t's not him."
    S "N .' I'ri.,v w1 fiAo Is it the'ii?"
    I "It's l:e."
    'They st re, nt enah other for tean
    s <'t-i't-ll-r. in;h 1 i:'til tie x'.nl'ln inatih '-.lid:
    "'\\ ill ou ini;troil::i'' i:e' ;o Mr Youi;;--
    "N :'" she i'r,'tr;'td. "' in'e yot l seeim
    l' SOi' fw s l :ia: lim ore ;,l':>Iut liii I Ihanu
    I1 dI I think y,!;i'd IeI terr iitrodItce'
    I! ."
    T'! r;*.l- v .n ::n orini';n n click in the
    rn'.ili' of the typ'.v-ritr as the young
    Mnl i'n *'re'I tei' i (i'lint' oic' ana pre-
    s .',i h t':'.r1 -- l-i: I<'hroni icl,.
    Mlint .narlk collectionn.
    ThI i iiitl r l il k collhctti 1-n; t ,]io h:it-
    t 1O intir in tile line tof nu!n sntiatics.
    It i-; I'l .if:1 i' the specialist and lhas
    litil'e :atiratl-:icto f,:" the amate'tir. TIhe
    n)li-ct is to sct'l.re complete gets of pl'r-
    I f'c t s r'-cilln:i s oef .ill the' aoins issueol
    ftm the liffterent rini's.
    A g;ro,:t i:anlt. pejoille ar*' scarcely
    av.are:r tii:it tlt ire is aiy w yiv to) dis-
    tini.:iish thoI t'cwns issn~d from tille dif-
    for.*nit mints. Thly iin:;y not have ino-
    ticdI tlhe small "'" or "CC" lneneath
    ti. e-ri':' ,r nil!,r the wreath. an:l
    showing that tlne piece' wuas coined at
    S:iti rl.'ainc-is'o tor I 'a.u ti(n ('ity. or If it
    I.airs an "0" at New Orleans. Andi
    they may or nma:y iint know that if it
    has ntio mint mirk it conw's from the
    'm"itiher int" iat I'lni!adelplhla. Bult
    tlie mint imar-k collle'itor w ill see tliestl
    littl'i otters in ain instant and is very
    apt to know iust how many dimes.
    itiuarliers. dollars or half dollars were
    tllured out a:t any of the mints during
    a n.v .*ar since 179l4.-MinneapolisJour-
    i:; l.


    F-'o O.rr Fil ty eiars.
    flKe. WI'NSL o'Mwt MOO)THINM4 PYRtP hba
    r.-aen u-ted for over tifty years by mniions of
    mothers for their children while teetthinir,
    with p.-rft-ct euccese. It aiotnts the- child.
    t -oiic. and i, the Iest remedy for Itrorrbh.a.
    It will relieve theb poor little tutTrer im-
    n.-ulately. etld by Druggists in every
    anrt of the world. Twenty-five ceints a not-
    til. He sur and ak for -Mrs. Win-low's
    'o,utthbint t'yrup." and take no other kind.
    rPant nd Prem.esi Artina.
    i'!i re'ghl:d lt in :irl li t :w lin:. who-
    . I, 'II x:: v v\ a;iteln iI i s lile tltr or w ilrse
    i, 1: ; 1.i ; i \. 1:- i ll ; i4li- tel' 1I s t; n'to

    :t v.;;, ,t ;ilr li" i i s !.,>: 'ol' plhio to-
    n'"" ",!i]tly mlli' nn:' pl,;i.gw r growl'n
    SI. -'ill r:iil', .el \\ ii li .-. iis.t impu res-
    s'-i,. I.s fui\ i'r:i' ~. iI most lasting;
    i ii I. I it :1 i. -'l ii:!pi- tsi :)s tlille'xert-

    i: If t in* ::' .s of .. :itcor of todayy.
    :,' l rie g, r (if a p:i-st n-~'runl tioun
    '*,;i:;s oil .M ;;t'rt>i,! < '!;:irles inu and

    ,.. ,.I q~l~iH, iv.,.? i, ,I ,, ;. s of thel tli>
    "It a S ,| I 1rly | .rk
    s'- g''i. I ; ; 1 M rs x' r.I\ 1.






    S. ;. i I i% iI *- i !s in th. -


    "-n: I-n-' ; ':'n,- i. 'r .r- xx.' l ar of







    B.,'erl-oam li'ie in Qu'en.
    D')eWit'y ',itc". Ha/.el S dle is
    litli'qiu ill-'l for 'il. ., irtimif-t-a mil'n
    .L-in i's .a4ncc It 14 1tho nri,,in'tl


    BRITISH UNCOMFORTABLE.
    Boors' Remarkable TIen ety and ethe
    )Ilegr ?Nw. Ar.- Trying.
    LONDON, Feb. 2&-The war expert
    of the Morning Leader writes:
    Four thousand Boers and five 13-
    prcunder guns. On one side three and
    a half divisions and an enormous in.
    creasing fonce, WitU a mass of heavy ar-
    tillery. Yet the Boers have kept up
    their contest for more mtan a week alter
    Lieueral Kellv-Kennev enught them and
    s:rer General French headed them off
    iheir line ot retreat.
    Many of Crone'In men aot away and
    sivoed ai their araillcry. 'Tuose heavy
    :ut:ini wh:ch were i m.Lde to make Me-
    iiun ;rind i his tteh ;n inipotence
    have misappoared. Where are they
    jk)A ';


    Why. of course, on the way to Bioem.
    fointeiln.
    Tue ;act that one third of the prison-
    ere were Free Sr.iters doea not induince
    :.nIidenco, tut (Geuneral Frenrh will bs
    siile to spare many of his mounted
    troops for the reite: of Malekmng.
    It wouid not !o surprising if word
    had already gono-.irerug Commandant
    -inyiuan to concentrate back of P'r'ro.
    r.a. or rather in Kiariksionrtaad Protch-
    'stiroonu istr'ts. ForC)inel EBadien-
    P1 iwe.i anti lurner. wuen theyy 3 )in
    Irc(4. can tlireatetin tic land and tue
    -~-air:a. taero'a th ear.
    Ladysll.irl h:idi noit vet been relieved
    and tlie very latest new. last nihlirl ii
    far from meeting what we wou di wish.
    Are lilt Bl-ers., lre-umably retiring.
    tei!z rt iziforce(.: Are t.Oey actually to
    ufilauk u-?
    It is iikeiy enough that, if tue enemy
    has got away his bia guns, he has also
    cent bick to the next trout tha men who
    were engaged in removing the guns.
    It (Teneral J.ubt.rr. too. can deliver
    wtiat an Ameri'an general m'gh: call
    "a mule's kick." Joabert will not only
    pet away easiiy, but will aive us some
    trcubie before bhe cears rhe passes.
    ['ofeen.
    This wihdl w .Et orf lrie'iild is the nat-
    Cral hlnomei t' "p.i eni." or illicit whi.s-
    k;,'. Tl is i ii ;ll- :.:;' 1t lonI k-lill'ess aS l
    -li itcl.ss f llit' spot i, hosein lor
    I:i l:ll~i t: i l. lilli .t ilil.aci es,.ilie tthro ilgh
    Ilit liiloullitails mid lno;gs n; lv to those
    who l.now soimei'ling albo;nt tlhe coun-
    try. :ire all iiin f;ior ol' lthe smii ggl'rs
    lC4a piing detection. while its net work
    of inouritin likes aind small irulnitihl
    f'rcains affords the necessary cold wa-
    t,'r for conidensli.;g the distilled fumes
    lit:a) spirit dliri:g lhe li' ooin) ; iproct'ss.
    Iec.ir beyond any "pa:rlianioint whis-
    ky"-bIy whilchi ,.xlprvssionl ie denotes
    that sort which i 'ns p;ail tinl lx imlipos-
    ed y l i i' lirulal S;ixo n gri')niienni--
    Is this ti'ry l liil t It h he i'rt of evtry
    tru, peais:int senl of C'o!!n:iillilt. innl
    I:! l'i[ -r.noo. !" fl"iir :r x. takes its fair s :nire. .\A il. in thi itiiiir-
    e"st of trulih. i; i1iiisot I ;i, hl thatI lil
    tlhf. 'e wh o in;I::: it ltn oist ('un111 it-s
    froiui Kerry to I ron'eg;il. i:'lu~ ive'. art.'
    also fully alive to its sedthctite merits.
    lunde'l. untiliy lte-tors-liocal. or couirs
    -will tell iyo lthat \wvll niatlde poteen
    Is better in sickness t latin lit' aitulter-
    ated we is..y llsni lly rlit ivi;ll ill tihe
    small (i! li poverty. for !i lit' ('Coninemnaira country
    ;it any rate tihe ill.it whiisky is n' nde
    of pure ialt., t lio )h ruinor lias it I;it
    ihe less particular lpal:,te( of I oTie l' I.
    for instan.e. Is s;tisktil v wi;h *i lire
    water mainly mniade fromii ninsas.' po-
    tato.'s lye'. sonetiit'ns from almost
    any other ir-lulish you please.-Cham-
    bers' Jouiirnal.
    rPtrol: on Rimainnl Italronds.
    'Thl' Transs:Ir'annii ra:ilro:id is very
    closely ti:nirde',. I le ilanii'.loglileln t feel-
    in r persoiinailly rev-pinsilole for the Irwo-
    i.le tl:;ey carryy on their trains. The
    Ialad is Iliv;hld iit'o s (ctiolls of oile
    verst' or ti e-*-iliillis of ia mile. In. a
    ln .t little i,'n liouist insi1::lly In a gar-
    dlln. liv Il, g:;:i;rdl :ia Iliis i p'opli The
    Avtergt' friiiily is ai wife and Lite tow-
    lirad.le chilireln. The liusiies were
    ltitlt ly lh' ol.imiit:iMip y an:ild vidently
    with a view tit timoeting lti demands
    of incireasing fainil. s. The uniard or a
    niiin'mer of his family must patrol hisq
    octlion nielht aniil day. HeI I steps to the
    side of tine track as the train ap-
    proaches and after It lhas passed steps
    back into the mlhhil!e of the track, holds
    a small green flag in the air. at night a
    lantern. and stands like a statue until
    the train hlias entered the next section.
    Several Igia rds do duty In the heavy
    curves, and frequently they are only a
    few hundred feet apart.
    Much of thlie track patrolling is done
    by women, who have proved fully as
    reliable as the men. The women are
    nearly always barefooted, and as they
    stand on tihn' I'tick holding the flag
    aloft. a Siberlain breeze toying with
    their short skirts, they are fine sub-
    ject's for a sculptor after a unique mod-
    el.-Siblritn Le..tter in Chh'ago Record.
    Iurled In Dlisver.
    DENxvt, Feb. 2*-.-John Lee Ri'bh
    *on of Captain Jerry C. Rli:tch of Ath-
    'ns. Gi., was buried ihre today. When
    he Pminnute'iie w\.er Orolq ojt young
    lirth went to In f irot i:i ia C'olorado
    'eg;ii..'a antd ;'u n t wvitu c>inapic iius
    -4; i.i r i"r .u'ii .\l.ia i or on yi ve r.
    dI. ni4d '.* 10 nini in D-ev..iVr aince nis
    tcli..ll (U l i I- f. l.!i,:' ,;l. l t[.tl.


    "'I tiink I would go ci-irzy with
    :'ili'i we#,r ir not for Ch'imbprlaiii's-
    Pali In ilti," write Mr. W H. Sta-
    pl-tlnti. Hi-ri-A:iliie. Pa. "I haval)ef-u
    :ll actedd with rhti'iiunati-ni forseverall
    v-...r- anl he t'-v tri-.t remiieli-'-s witli-
    :*'it liiiinlbr. huilt P :.iii H1:Ilmn i- the
    hle-It ai l.itciI I l[aiv ., z:oit hild ,if."
    O nill. ;i5'l.Ii< it oni *. i-\ ,' t l-, p :lin.
    l.',r I vl,- Iry H :,ii ;*:i Bro.. .'I S. Pal-
    tf,.x -.tr--t.
    J. I. Stpt',enis '.:-a lar'.-. ai.' ir -
    ,ii'ntt of '4,li I S rti-'iong SHilver -' i
    Int,, -,r' K iilv- iF.,rks i' l I .....
    1-'a#r t he .Ianuiaty Tral e.
    ('Crave'. Ladie-' Note Paper. m iid
    Envit'e-lop to niatch.
    Cambrid,ge Linen and Envelopes.
    Httd': Parchin.ent.
    Invitation Pa;p-r and Envelopes.
    Linetn Tatblets.
    Frosied Velutn nnd E'ivrlsopps.
    Enli-h Neote: Satin Wove; Tisgue


    prepared from the fre-sh juioe o,f
    Lem-ions. combined with other vege-
    table liver tonics, cathartic, nro-
    matic stimulanlta. Sold by drug-
    gist'. iMk aind $.LiYt bottles.
    For bilous.ne-s aidnl co istiptitio,.
    Fi'r ii(il."e-tioii ; :id f4ul trinue'Cl .
    F-'of-ick and nerv-ous handachiis.
    I o" palpitaitoui ;aidil neart failure
    takt- Le'noni Elixir.
    For sleeplessneissi and nervous
    lr. -iration.
    For loss of appetite and d(ebility.
    For feveris, malaria and chills
    take Le,-inon Elixir.
    I etoiin Elixir will not fail you1 in
    ;,ny ,f tlihe above n;almd dli -e-. 1nll
    of which li r ae fr -mi i tiorpid or di-
    ea-ed liver, tomiach or kidneys.
    n.; c iid $ .1 I)ibottles ;- drur turi-t".
    Pre'pntred only by Dr. H. Mozlvy,
    Atlanta, Ga.


    .lt ihep apiIol.
    I hi;iv jn-it tLakenl the olast of two
    bottlet of I-1. MNlozle's Lemon Elixir
    for nerv,,u-; ho-adaclie, indid e-tioin.
    with ,i-ea.s'd liver amid kldney-..
    'lii. Elixir cared me. I tound it the
    ,'r .at-t Lndicine I ever u e(d.
    .I. H. MENNICHi. Att,'rnpy,
    l_-,- F -trF+et, WVishington, 1). C'.
    Mirpley's |lenion EHlixir
    WV. A. Ja.:ie,. Hell S-tation. Ala.,
    write-: I h aiv -ti r-i- rd irr'atly
    froin inldi.z--tilon *-r dy-p-p.ia, oniiE
    himttle t lLeinoi Elixir done ins more
    good t han all thi imedirine I have
    ever taken.
    MOZLEI'VS LEMON HOT I)ROIS.
    Cures all Coughs. Cold. Hoar-e-
    nei-., Sore Throat. Brochiti-, Hlm-
    ',rrhiage. and all throat aud lung dis-
    eases. Elegant. reliable.
    25c atdruggi;its. Prepared only by
    Dr. H. Mozley. Atlainta.la.

    Buy your wife one of those
    handsome parlor suites
    prom Marston ,4 Finch.
    I will repair your watches and
    jewelry in first-class style. J.I.
    Stephens.
    Medical 1aM lsy. Aiention.
    There will be a regular meeting of
    the Pensaccla Medical Roeisty at
    the Board of Ha'th offlep at
    o'clock p. m.Tueeday. March 13 and
    27th.
    Visiting physicians are cordliall3
    iuvited to attend.
    D. W. MCMILLAN. M. D.,
    President.
    E. F. BK:rcn, M. D..
    Recretarr. 25mt

    If yon. are ready; to fo to
    house-keepin.g, let .4arston
    4. Finish furnish your house
    for you. They ,iill save uou
    money. Your credit is food
    with them.





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    President.


    WM. H KNOWLES.
    Vice-Preuldent.


    W. K. HYEI. JR.,
    Cashbier.


    J. S. R't E s


    First National Bain


    OF PENSACOLA. FLA.


    BLOODY BATTLE IN THE END.
    British lofoses lu Railway 1Hill Co.
    12 et W-r- Appalllnt.
    NEW YOPK, Feb. 28.-But for the
    surrender of General Crcnje. which
    overshadowed the news from Natal.
    EtLgIand would be Phudderinc over the
    Bruish reverse at Railway Hill. where
    'he Inni.kiiling fusil:er.- w'orn cu%,i:ht
    na ;i -cer train anai .aug:.tered. Tae
    Lounioa Mali 's -rroE o;.ten t UUIt-r
    Jaita of P-etern,, 1leV. .4, e-cribes le
    **Lts u:lat rthe inisk'ihng fusi1:er.,
    nixtdl witri sol.le ot tihe Duniiu tu-iilers
    &andi ine Corr::uiiht rangers., attempted
    in cirry iLR.lwuy hbi lr,...i P.ieors.
    'j-.v were under a cout niucu fi4.-e.
    thr,'u.:ii Awhlci rievy a-sed up the
    heavy broken ground to, the trst Boer
    trench. I.alf way up til t)nl tho Boers
    retreatedi to tue c-e'st and thenu catle
    ba( i in either flank oft the Iriash troops.
    entiItiinii the captured trenches with a
    savage cross tire as well as a direct lre.
    "AA: nignt and u:ntii l) o'clock in the
    morning our menl hild1 the 1 osit!on oun-
    dor a ceasiees, lre art: at terrib-e cost.
    At rolicall :v y rive ,ticors and 1'Jt men
    inhwere l t' itlr naiime-.
    C'oiotne-i '1hackerav iandi Major Sander
    tf tIre ICzio.-kii ini;t t'olonel li ,f
    the Dulb.:n Fu.-iii-rs. Cap:o.nn M:iiand
    tf ti: -ecun i Gordonl anti Colonel
    Thcrod iof tInO We:ih Fu-i.iers wtere
    kl e. Two hundred ari f ifty-two or
    the r1"!ik and tlu we:e killed and
    wounde.i.
    .Mn-,o>l. .r'U,,t,'n'. ";ri_:;ie relieved
    the ali t 1 I(> I'< 1 ti14 I! rt.:in;. when
    the I' ,wr art:.Jerv pounled the troops
    h1e! i):: tle center khops without
    paus ."
    \llil lEreC .t >luinii lll t.
    COL.-MBIA, S. C., Feb. :.S -The leg-
    islature has made an appropriation of
    $10,000 for the purpose of erecting a
    monument at Chickamauga. A hand.
    some shaft of South Carolina granite
    will be erected, surmounted with a
    bronze palmetto tree. The commission
    consists of Governor McSweeny. Ad-
    jutant General Floyd. General C. L
    Walker. commander South Carolina di-
    vision United Confederate veterans;
    Colonel J. Marvey Wilson and Ccptain
    C. K Henderson. The monument will
    be erected on Snodgrass hill, where the
    Carolinians fought fiercely, and there
    will be markers for Kerbhaw's, Gist's
    and Manigauli's brigades and Culpep.
    per's battery.
    MOZLEY'S LEMON ELIXIi
    A Pleasant I lemon Tonic


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    IIVFWeW draw our ova .iiis of Exchanice on Oreat Britain. 17-



    ~ Di~,u~~d"-.-on Ctho Mn-r Favorable Tormp. auil
    Obligatiovs Ta!hnc Payabli at Port -) Doti%, action Ten or Fif %#ae i..
    after Ves.sel Arrive!3 thers

    SWSafsty Depordt Movo,# for Rent in Conn-pov n.
    u-Irth whiciob we h~iiva % Pr'tvutI Apartment for the !
    of IR AouI nr a


    Telephone No. 147.


    Cold Weather
    Coming. s. i .
    orde -r, !il la 1 t 4 itIl lv. r thi-i t>..r -
    vplil sinap nrriet-.. \V ,I1 .- y,
    Ie-t c l you n .nn p x' -ir-e' fur --t li r r ti t xk
    or bhe-aiting lirposesi at ri-i* .i.tai pri,--

    TJiompso0, Olse l ?0o.
    Dealers %n

    Coal and Wood.
    tllicef and YardI: M1. IE.Lorntr /;irrn,...-*
    and Rallroadi Mtreet-.


    McM ilan Bros. Co.


    S Coppersmiths,

    General Metal Workers.


    i fa5TIMLL.e d Nll iall s for t


    Celebrated McMillan Seamless Turpentine Still,

    Cmilet Ofwits ls l id rPilt IM in h ti cut

    MOBILE, ALA.






    Foundry l Y machine Shops,
    CiENTIrtAL V 'IAItF, (COHR. J I,' H, ERi)N AND PINE MTEE'.TS,


    Telephone 34%.


    Pensacola, Fla.


    pAwrERVS~ (. CAtTINGIs. TUMBR-tt TRUCKS, ,SMALL, UH ILL.Kr
    Cur h Vola loodand Iro' Pw t-. auiiLr4&. Wx~.Ete MNlairi-
    fatetured t-) Order in Firrst-Clas-;, Workmanalike M;snrier at Re,&.4,,u.-
    ble Itate-;.
    Dealer in Machineryt Fittings and Supplies for
    Stationary, and Marine Application.


    WANTED. FROFE89IONAL 0OARD 3
    Waited to boy all kinds of Seemi Dr. mareellUs (fe~reary
    laid Forolters, Marcludlse. Ac.
    l~ SNBet142. Physician anid Furg Di


    OPERA 1houSE. aauvKiee.Ihi.

    Friday Eye., larch 2. at 8 O'Cleck. DR. WK. C. DE1W~BZERY.

    oFFios-H~innah Bros., Drug store.


    GN F~ FR[! PSIDENOB-400 E. josmSy-


    Chaplain Jones, U. N.N., Hi.-II. avean, 14. D.,
    Of the Battleship Texa%. BOEC1athic Physician anid Sir~tp.
    Under the Ecuii :t;~.~.etL190of Osmia, Fla..
    of tho e (rral L' yeviintnliiret'i. 1for Offors his prof#-smonal soPTviee.. to thoei. *
    the' honefi' of ifhe- cha iit~ilb t~l+- Kp i 20408 Oi'f P olsac.d
    tutlotis of ti ciy e *,& tt~flSif Riven lo tha tr-a' %..
    thi.. City. ~~of Chrowe Ic i.i..a..andIsva,,
    Wo111110n and Childrtr,
    Re~erv~l '~P 1)4) r ard :ij cent-.; Thirtw Y*4b^ arracue. its Iib..Io
    General avhlnk'.'.ior. 24 cent..Office, H O'UaS:-* L a. to. 12m.,:, t'. Sr.
    R*61a11e0"Phone No. :w.
    we V Mimi u V4__ RnteH10ant 1Ruildinw-koovm 3


    IH

    Place F


    oPn l iDr. Wil/mer S. Hall.
    DENTAL SURGEON.

    or Pensacola Mansis Tumplie. ees 364.


    Buyers to Buy


    Choice Family .OWmS 103.


    GROCERIES GENERAL IN\ R.1M&
    --AJUD-
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    The Well-Known. Real Estate Agents.

    Up-to-Date Store PENSAcOLA. FL.


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    RKPEENXT TWENTY-TWO -'F'
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    "WereraIAgiti of tic EqnlL
    Life mmov b. h isfit r


    WM. H. KNOWLES. W. A. BLOUNT. P. C. BRENT. W. K. H YI'..
    D. G. BRENT.


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    CONTINUED ANXIETY

    ABOUT LADYSMITH

    Lord Roberts' Victory Cannot
    Allay Dread of Losses.

    FULLER OVLR SANGUINE


    It1 i 1 ,114,t~U21119 11. tv. v r, Ilalt tRI b.'rts
    1%Iu1sllazaijig to .4,I ~rlit tile
    Vo:oirt by iDr..isig 011'die I1aers

    N~ '', 1Feb. -'.-General Bnl'.er's
    V.'LUI :: tile tremeiiulwu', res.l~nCe
    be 1,4 vncf-unt.rizigin hi-j c~'".rrsto

    teres: uiiit a stL-ort turn, from ccfllpa.-
    c-ent tcontemiplatioin of Lord Roberta'
    v..( tory to a realization of the serious
    ~cnuixlons still ex-PtIng in Natal.
    TuVw.0 h Gener~Al Iui-er's lengthy die
    patcii iit construed as a victory bravely
    won. tlile cowiuander of tile forces in
    Nailhad iso olten reportedly similar vic-
    tories without acbievinsE his MAIU oh
    leec.ive. tnat the public has learned to
    (tintain Itselfunut:. La~dysmith isl really
    reiive~. %h'e the' long 141: Of OiLSUal-
    tio-s irivjr~abir t()i!(4wtiuc any ippareut
    Wa:Ln tI (PGrieral Bulier !s aiwa's mon.u
    t:'tne-i with (2FC11 and anxiety wbicb
    temporariiy r-1 LAis partial buccelssts of
    Ii .i'. .'er. it is tne g?flrai.V UacI pted
    la.'. i it (irn4-zrai l'u.!r is determined
    (i ,. 6:it rai l Xa.- this time and
    'l.:"it.:21t-e stnae 6 re- di'.appoiutitagiy
    *.v.I::e nt ;i'M corii en i y awaits


    *~ ~ :: .- t 0 1. W 44 1the IB .ers
    .r .TN..* tr '.b~' ar he

    *~~~~nfe W.r.I.',j~' Vth the adeji-
    n:a f. il it'I or: .*i 1ri.;ovors at
    B. ill>' .eV. y 4- it 1,t-a Itri u mb1111 er (if
    !:,e-liI.t1P l Ue bV 107i 11 i-erts neariv
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    on tl;(- :- r,-; f V.i 11i;4 :r ', 11U i' i ilt lit,
    larinj,: -tre:-S ion 1 ra.lali try of
    the ana..iatis. who. acetirtling t~o"
    I'a~~eirspecial were -wtuallv hfizri-
    Ing hand t', hand in tho B oer treneutes
    wheti G-bnerai CronyI surrendered.
    through tiiis !-carccalv zree.s with Lord
    Robert%' tii'.p1tcb.
    Lord Roilwerti has torvwarderi an addi-
    tanal iirt of tae Bri'ishb4 asualite-'. ur-
    in:g the three dait. II f ntin g at 1'aarde-
    berg., i-nowiag 1:. tl-)-, 5 wounded
    and icur uix-suzg anid incundirng seven
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    CUTICURA RESOLVENT, Internally. in the
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    Americans Would Not Let the
    Flag Be Insulted.

    MEXICAN PRIDE HUMBLED

    A Lively IHow at a. Guaymas Flag
    i Raising, i-ultuing lin the Death f
    Three Amr-rinns and Five Mexicans.
    Red Hot 0Patriottsni.
    CHICAGO. Feb. 28.-A special to Tne
    Tribune from Gasyman, Mex says:
    On Washington's birthday a shoot-
    ing affray occurred at Pilares de Tierra,
    i n which three Americans and five Mex-
    icans were killed. From accounts it
    appears a friendly feeling had existed
    at Pilares and in order to do honor to
    the United States it was arranged on
    Feb. 22 to raise the flags of the two re-
    publics together on the flag staff.
    The Mexicans had charge of the af-
    fair and raised the American flag above
    the Mexican to the complete satisfac-
    tion of the Americans, but when the
    Americans showed so much ap-precia-
    iion of the act the Mexicans found they
    made a mistake and decided to lower
    and rehoist the flags with the Mexican
    flag on top.
    Then the Americans declared such a
    transaction would be an insult to the
    American fltg. SuperintcndeDt Dan-
    fortm to.d tho Mexicans they wn ud
    hayv' to shoot him before they couli
    haui ( vu the A:erican fiag. It was
    held thit t ttl otiL.i;' shou'i have tecu
    hoiret-,t pr,;'er.y in the tirst place.
    Tii.i t --xican were ab,,ut to mob
    )Da,!:ur i h-'ri ('har:cs lllu;setr. who
    w.t- wv.th ith- rough riders in Cuba, In.
    t-er:.';i, t ( %i wNi a Eix sn .'it:er In eacil
    S i.1& 'li t1,. !trolu b.tulii i.ia3 Illll8ied-i.
    atlIv t 11z-l-< .tr'1 i. 11 ett wa i n ll>R;a tlv


    kit, .i,. .4. n l anViu:i a Ii I)ici he'.io. two
    other Aeiet'r lcans. CL mr iiiylly
    wunuilei. L;t the Ainericanis lield the
    flag p4'le ant; Lo:n fla:is fli.a:ex through-
    out theo (4.'v.
    Fiv A Mex:',.ns ere k:il'ed ard the
    hdaieiI- wuluh ,'wA1 trI have Ti,.Towed was
    ;a stlure', ai, 1) M1ex,'ai:s atteinied. ani
    there wv.,:'t -4.. tUiiai n:il: a dozen Amer-
    icaus in couditiou tor dancing.
    ian t iil I- l'' r < il.
    LONveN, Feb. 2' -A dispatch from
    Kimi.rley says its inhabitants have
    planned to erect a statue to Cecil
    Rhodes, in recognition of his services
    during the siege.


    , .^ Y r1.. ......1'..2,, *,',: WEEKLY tMCHEDUL1;
    I .'-I ~' I !; ( IFOR STEAM DIVISION
    l,,1:.: .t". I .iI ,.i .!. A.i I- .1 ih, j PENSACOLA IkLECTRIC TERMINAI
    S. 'rl, l. ., .'' I .'- i- '1,t '-. :1. i RAILWAY COMPANY.
    I,: t, I .:' l.ai' h'.. I',,. ';i,41 I Vy l.av Trains leave Pensacola for the Littl-
    :,-lt.ti;i. |_ Bayou, Palm.tito Beach, Warrlngton, Navy
    .. ,- ---- Yard and Fort Barraucas at
    'The Geographleal 'enter. |:i a. ni. arrive at Fort Barrancas 7:15an.
    Thl 'i exact .rgee.i... iiil.el Ientr of thlie 1 :'00a.m. arrive at Fort Barrancas 11;:4ia.iD
    S. ....... 4,) ip.m. arrive at Fort Barrancas 1:45 pn
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    i. a. ".''t inl K'nlls-;s ali.out 241) 1iil's Trains leave Fort Barrancas for PeDba-
    lotrIh tif til' pl, illt :t w which thl)(e bouila- cola at
    .... .. 1 7:p a. m. arrive at Pensacola ...... : :15 Ia. n
    I'n" 1K 1)I 1 ~-'tS. 4 11Kiliilila aliutl h' lu Il- 1:)Up. ni. arrive at P'enaacola........ 11:46 p. IM
    l:.,I 'i t rilt 't. 2:4() p. in. arrive at Pensacola ....... 2:465V p.
    15:)111 p in arrive at I'en-acola 7.4;) p III
    ..- -. 7:li p. in. arrive at Pw.nsacolt ...... 7:46 p. n
    T1'.,, l~.i\w r \hr ll!,,vs, lis btilSiln4-, t15:415 p. ni. arrive at Pensacola..... ... :k) p.
    l. n. s t il," Ili,,i s ,f a :1 ;ri:t ,I :ll; In t tc 41 l ltrd ,only .
    i '1 ;:4- 1.- N'" Leave P'ens.A'oiA Lv Fort Itarrancas
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    C'!lil'i N 'X%\ < 2 p. m Illp. .
    p. m 4 p.m.
    "l l,'1l ,lv-pl-, i.t for ",4 4 N"P.M 5 p on.
    -"p.i P.m. Ap. m.
    I y- ,p-i,. ('Cire. It .tr v iui:ii-di- FARE FOR WEEK IAYM.
    :itO rli, f. ''wo I'<,ttl- prlrd1ii-ii.d Pensacolas to Fort Barrancasa-d return 4.'<
    iflli 'v] -I ', i.- "" It Writ, I H Pensamcola to Navy Yard and return ;'.'K
    n l. rit" I. ensacola to Palmetto Beach and return l5c
    \\arresn. Al ii', \\i. It (iL -t FABE FOK SUNDAY
    wh ", #st and et oai t f !oa fto .rt arrancas Navy
    H :. l- Ilarnii:i y. J h pp:iru I a ard and retur ....... ..... .............
    :iA I S. KLl;n. Pensacola to Palmetto Bease and
    .. __ NoO fr-iht r.>-iiv d after 1:15 p. m.
    -0


    Bean the ~1 iI YTIJ 'J 11 We AIWI CUi@



    INK LiN I BEER!


    '. )- al Ii an : -*4!)-


    Geo. Pfeiffer,


    Agent,


    Pl:NSA () -.A.
    TTY it. (hi Lii at all "al.,s





    t014same d fea Cs ih'~ nic

    tneSOLD BY ALL. DRUGGIST


    CURES WEAK MEN FREE.


    IIave It Frue and hIe Strong and

    V gorous for Life.


    1N SURE


    LOVE AND A


    HAPPY HOME.


    L. W. KNAPIP, 3M. 1).


    Allt'-. 'DIr. IL. %' 4 knapp. 24. hu1111
    phhIdi rg, I''1- 44)7 it1)41 It,-'k% A.I
    i.-I td4\ w .4jt1 444f4,'-ro-c.ipt 4.'.n full ditir.'-o
    t-roiisoffetraIIIIIthe ftioI41win x.tract'ta. ~kri.
    t)!iui I-. .4)4r Nt)-ir, k I 114\.
    tIl~ll. en- fort',uorI- t-1 XEru-c.,rdI I.'aN. 11.it .


    OpTHEH-


    ALLIGATOR


    1SAL01,


    %:.is)OPPOSITE UNION DEPOT. t


    W. C. NORMAN, Proprietor.


    Telephone No. 46.
    ai-'a


    --+ THE CHOICEST AND MOST POPULAR BRANDS OF+.-




    -.---BEERS, ETC.,-4-
    Ii WOOD AND GLASS, LAR6E OR SMALL QUANTITIES.


    WING HOP& 0., S OR


    -Imnportrs an l) Dealers in-
    Chinese and Japanese
    *-zFancy Goods,=*
    FINE CHINA TEAS.
    No. 31 ouitlh Palaf x Street,


    Laiiitnlrv Ofiep


    For Sale.
    Steam Saw lll complete
    anid practically new, to-
    dethe i with twvo-story build-
    Stl' .),; b/ 1, 2jfeet wit/i new
    ia1,lvanit:cd steel roof. Filer
    :" Stowell JMachinery. Ca-
    pacity tt. enty-fire to thirty
    thousand feet per (a/If.
    Slardain for ri1'h t /tary.
    Ow e? ('!one out o0 'J nu-
    i'adtutring business reason
    for selling. For particu-
    lars write.
    ; l," LEE DA.XIELL.


    PEN.-S-A('41I,A. FL.A


    tnrmrrU iW #%#%A l bnek tn'o% #% I .


    Mitull


    i -/ i


    IIENNLAN[) RYE W1hISKY.
    itRO OK KI LIS01'R NIAS".
    Y'Et,T;)WST(ONF,' RYFE WHISKY.
    ATL'fANT'A IlRSWIN(lNt~IOPANYS
    CEI.EBIRATEl) BI' ER- K i..' .-. l~rla'L,F.s


    SOMETHING NEW


    .EVERY DAY'-


    HALL & KLEIN'S


    Mammoth Retail Grocery,

    502-504 SOUTH PALAFOX ST-,
    PolihOicxxco 3030.

    i P s",t i..-. N,.w :ild old. :tr. (',r li- ily lIv th .ii Iti ni

    A. M. AVERY,
    (2-oosMr ao 0AWry Wo for.)
    IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF


    )ILUU fIULUI c4UJ IW UbLUIUW1L EHardiw are
    ALL ORDERS SERVED ON SHORT NOTICE Iron, Nails, Azxe, Shovels, Saw Mill and teamboat Supplies, Cooking
    AT ANY TIME AT REASONABLE PRICES. and Heating Stoves, Paint, Oila and Window Glas,
    S!ooms for Ren by the Day, (leek or onthi. ; Agate and Tinware and HousefurnRiShing Goods.

    311, 312 North Tarranea Streit, Opposite Uniso Depot. Guns, Pistols and Fishing Tamkle.
    0O-Teiephone 68.-0 ,' AGENT for Birmingham Rolling Mills Company, Revere Glant
    ---*GEO. WILSON & CO.,.-- Stitched Belting, Northampton Emery Wheel Company, Laftin & Rand
    .. Powder Comnainy. Johnson's Kalsomine. Iron K i-eandR ur ,,t. ....


    STARS AND STRIPES end nd Addrss To-d---Yo Can
    ___ Send N. me yand Address To-day---ou Can


    I14141)-1 m., i'. tiI )s VnII )444.
    % %% 11-1 44It I4a h .4-4v I t4.i; 14... I l44e flt1
    -t I I 114 w *Iitilr2 71:1 fi.1 tiF'y ~~l-

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    -' Ie -.1 ? 1ret' et ;h r -1 and Ic44r
    no t i4ou44 -in 'T44))I,'t u-4 ~I r''I'. ceflflI &f

    ,-riv Ilai 14hy' it. t % o nfd


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    8 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MARCH 1,1900.


    THE HONEY MAKERS.
    Lack 4of votitltttjaflii a(IcaI!se (it dam2p-
    ness Int manay lbta'..
    Honey irm'praosras with tag'-. tL-e older it
    is tbw finer the I,iv s-..
    %lore tM'e'. are.! -t l 11vi1(1 yiL;; than
    by disease. or oni4tiye.e-r a-'
    Extracted h-ori"3 i-aniuu-b a-ntvar kolpt
    than '-onila lma.:iay. :3, the litta'r is. liable
    to Se" SIP'.;ih-4.
    All m-tin4L i!. at ;, It i .li t ie.1 :w A' t li b es
    tin wiinter vi: l!-i- 1,0' u ').1 Ia "aarm
    days 'a'hahIf. I' .* s ;I iae Z i atid at no
    other ti!:.,.

    1 -It Ia 1-.1.aa t uo-a ii
    cif-it i.. -I'i I I'- tj i vt th


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    ?arI, .- ''i h i, hlb i ,-ic:a.'' 'h~A:o

    C4-.! va'.ill !w toraulg'a: i-i;I tn l-mi,'m Ru. n -

    CHURCH CHIMES.
    J1lajitti i:'a'shiil)a [h-brvW y-:int
    Fiorea-the.- ia-ntI
    The 1,ha. *-,t.! I.i~-i -:n-i'aa'r uif fine
    ii'! Ii -. of 'l l, %tat' aIi. a! Ihtc.
    'Ihe .tenIi a' a' aLnla. h' ''

    7.?t5i. lir7 v. -ti -4 4.5'.ON 41 Ialc. hii
    .IThie C(ialtt-4tiif Ii.'I'a-s~u~pa~-II

    tal re ,tentI' ii! IOwV 1!'ai:...h ib about Z
    JiJQO.Wa a
    POLITICAL QUIPS.


    Tho" crant sf:,:t' 2'at '-a'.nz cvia-
    4-hineq iis Ihna, l I-. 2 1: -! tut ii natt1111
    slnt a uth ,' 'a (l .- lila: :iii8 i a Lct~g.si.
    EI'ur -v !r '1c t I a2 ol a tv.': -ia'a to
    la E',4 rin eI :I fI Ifa4 -1-1: 1 i-- I I I' ;.,Toi a
    4.'ta'a ~i~aI w 10-4"al'c l.'.r 4441' if
    ~a~n~~hit aainitia ::2-. I tLt :1 C.iIa4aan
    119 OI N:Ii' J.i:Sana' .- i t t~ac I ~
    hlif IMa',!'. :: a a ~ -a i i4 4 l


    -a'e 4tur den-mr q;, ut~erotI, wt-dntwait-
    Inic *tim" trf Iv-i o4f t a :i t n-ot--r. An
    Alliaitt, N. Y ,dal'~aj-ii aacAlled :tat8~
    411-14ti lltisa-thf t i- I .-:i u1i1 'aI o r
    .1rid fave 1.1-Z c! ;,d. thE-I! %a-"IV S't
    i:1i cro'up. N-.! f in ~g tha ,iEoft r
    he I-ft w''id f..:- 1, 11 tEo c. ala'att
    c:C (f te i h f 1 J ii'l- lat:ali

    somiiedr~it.f si- i. : 'laqsa4.(Itittr I 2I a
    arrivo. I ia.4f. faw r h'. e H i.
    'aiviict& f t-a'it wa l- -I !lsa ~i t a. =
    Itie cl i I Id w .. it-i ti --!I -tt.'r rope
    d M rt-L : t-saa Si :I- );t. sa% r. 11! -
    fuita lvly j-I. ve r' r'aozat an Iat4-n a
    Ct~haIliEt) ai Rt ei #Id v 141 Ia
    Thleir v.: !'ar-:ta-A lrwi'iial- tItdI-I
    ti ".ac I-toatntdetitlaI ussor it Ir %li
    thr Hairttift ii '.r- -.. T.F, r-aU iIdkll-

    bV 011 Ca IIh"~- I B,1- U.wxPrfatp

    criy jilted/fr off r 7'eyew ~th at
    are a comfort (and a pl'ax-
    a-re to wrear, bY IDr. f I I ii-
    Coxr, tlue O/)ci'i f, (at AE.iM-
    .4ndersen.'s. .ea,-cler.
    Beer in b )ttltd .o td ca-e- for fauin-
    ily us at Esaltie Al-t:'-


    "its ju't U.R-co,:Vf.l n:IL-. !-I:#,
    I 'lail'c t t;.' l~ai~'U!-

    I'141124t f o M111 1[& ri t- r -4'% p'.

    DURHAM Cigars have
    been tried and fire test-
    ed. D'Alember~to sells
    them.


    Coffee'.Coffee:".
    11e call ti/C attention (I,
    liti' 4')eerai 1,,,iblic to heu
    p~zc't thatt iwe ha'-p oft'
    the bst e1'1H J oa,,"f.i*'i
    thei Sb) outlh.- anflthat Ire
    (EL/i- turn is?'ll P,(l(W'ico.'i-%
    bcrera~fe (0 ,,rices la
    ,jeC//I(-(?/jjjtta'ifi.7?. 'ie (I 1X(J
    icish ito renm in (I i/iam, that (a1(V
    (",ftsarc (filcays-/e.2
    frowa 11 Ti7..~. Jbilc
    others aire v, 1 71 ?a re lo.%t
    flit-if f4 vrom a.* ozii,'s is .' res It


    &IAlITlME.

    'am -ci Ch ati L Jeff. i-i--.. %IW IijImnq, Ponce
    br bri.t '.1cc rmad'saw'. HUuoaraud. kis-
    Vagna. niot previous
    A R P I V K 1.
    Ur '- lrftnrn'!l. 2.`.77, ro.au, Newport. to

    aI .LAI.k iD.
    Arn -h'!!i-~it-'. t67. Albovsij. 1l% avtiuiasr for
    Hrt%..ai.:a u. v t. i 6 !,, 11ft ltner, %aat: -d i t

    AT -' 't .




    V 81431.8 IY lPUNTs
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    16' 4 -(IN v a&
    otr Pt- z in*. NMarkt-':in-, to \W 1,
    Ni.?'i-n i. '.\~~I.Mtoaa'cf. toi I-ar-.
    Pr Tiiaa ac. n 31n'' 1 to 4 n if'ff Th i,
    Br .: Ia. .roit rid 4' cid ',,nrH ni-n.

    P Ava'n.' --c!I~fltiI1'c- f() tain.t(')I-'

    La:- a atatia-. 2.l)2a!:liali. to W AL
    \(rNalonu.t. I .K'-j!-'. alli iI I- udliot,
    -4r Ila*i nianh. i i-.i- aI. (0 H

    I~ ~ ~ ~ :!Z,!'.* -I~-ain" I lit, M~a:dIaai

    U r A ra:!-- ... -t.r' '4.I-n-, ti) a.Hnaar,

    1 ra in did'al ~jI rinitutials .%yteb
    - t a -t~' ..I ..I B8. 1 4:11--. D Iiun-
    _Nir Ilovra'. 7---,ILarsent. to W 1, Wittitch
    a& 4 ')
    It Iluin-Cuginll. 11'a7. TUnranetta, to aund"r
    Naaor Friguaa. *47t 1 ti. iDu ntls-a'to )rda-r
    Nor Icri tiedn'l't. P Smstbve. 't'o I(itir -r
    Nor Helia'..*:2I, Niariim.n. to W b ]I-:eyba'r &
    Nor [Ii ihfli IC:. k~ n ia-o-n. to 1 C4)
    Vu's H-limii. 41a"., MitrI Unld, toi4.l'd~Ol
    .%or Lady Otady'.. 12.'-. JitCObsell. to Pen-
    .aacolt aLuinta-en 'a
    Nor L.onigfellow'. 77.1. >'a'a'diw.n to W b
    Kq-y%*.r a& Co
    Naor 3attbanja. Cr(. Klepa. to crder
    Nor %iariartheib, 1141r2, Larben, to W S
    Keynor a& 4Co
    Noir Norway. 64T, Ha'nrikasen. to W S Key-
    %or I. Co
    Ner 4Jphelat2IljM,,I7 'lederseai. cia-Ifor Ant-
    Itus Pamul. 710. .-'rd-strnni to ci-der
    Nor Itobi'it Beraftasn fwinua1Ja~lensontv
    S K Lett
    It ttteinvoirn. 1-0~.09t.'n,rn. toIt .oo-wivo ILrou.
    R-ue 'IIih.- I"'ri 'a.* 1174, 2 Miat4acun. taoa Bait:
    I rTr'-I irv t Ii, I oay7, L; Fknde i It (B)&aars, I )bun -
    It founiietta V Iaaeoin.4Tonnlietta.
    cl.1 fariur lfioi'.Ayre~s
    Nor Vigoa. 12s's, .irusantasW 8 Keyt'r
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    ralcatin'in. I 7, I a:itIin t'27i .~n
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    or Hiti- Lqwtan
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    T! a:'m -..jA!


    POLITICAL AIJOBICURITI
    For llcpe.Vwitative.
    I boreby announce iurtte.f all a candidate
    for 1teprmeetactivilof kacamhla, tutisry in
    t he Lexislat ure., subject to the Deumocratic
    Prituaries.
    J. I'MUkT %WILFZ.
    For hherifft
    I lipraohv snnoure nhiself n4m. andrifdatt.
    for kiha'ril,l 4-P.-k-amiloin (' ourty. mid tire-
    spoetfully :a-.k the support totliy 1 lel)cis
    arid v4t4t4r% ',f tii. v'Uuit%-. If Opvtct~d I will
    ['as: aivauid imia~. tiaal ly.

    Fair Sherit.M
    I h'.vu ru. I ~~ A'. A I~IIIA 'dte

    a ;.d iziteit'-t,t of 111iflilya at-


    I herehy rnnorunre mlyself fa candi'iattv for
    hterifY 4of Eschnibia, county at The ensuang
    J C. V A N f'. T.
    lor ('Iork o.r Ilit'! Circiuir (.Velurt.
    I horoehv arnnnun'a' rniyF.aaf ss S a esdidate
    fair i .--eluat-t4)ion a. clrk of the circuit 4'4u rt
    O~f F ..CitiI b'ii C0iiity Pl i t file lS~ll an g c!4.con
    and mook the support of thai voteroi.
    A. M. 74C.NILLAIN.
    I'lr Circuit (i.- k.
    1 winot111ina- 1111V I V iaRrnit!:w ,v 'fr ( **rL (,f I ii
    tip t~lt'lietiottt(if i [lieela4aiat. I h0,1lol~anrtle
    pr-I liai-aa.%. I. C .I4 .i.
    For C'irc uit CI rk.
    fo t lie V-a? cr5 (of L.wcinini iaa iunt: r
    I Iio-ro-1i%* unwitmev ? iif%*-*I! na utdl'tei ftfaor
    11i44 allia.- tot' lerk of'II #- '(,ir(*tait taatart 4)
    F-0311011116 eO'IlItV fillitI .Oi beatplem-ed (44
    hai-4th. Ile saulpp)rt (41fIII%-fr,.-rid, and thle

    Fair Tax C441--locr.
    I herebly fan lioUfln ii V41P1 I f wi a(3I1(!iduatpa
    for re-ei.-.tiou i t, jaTax odvvctor r i.4ott
    tom ellmit I' itnd task 1ti4#-'atJipirt of miy
    [rriends and(1%liters genrit-liv.
    A. H. DI'ALFM HFUTE.
    Yawr Tax Collectoir.
    7 hoonitary friendia of Judge V. 1R. Hnnifay
    having 4)h(Iiflld bh4%a'on'.-int hrehv filla-
    nomnv f4. him nt i aq a dit lin te for TtLx I i~l Ictair
    of Escamnibia county at the ensuimmaf eiectijoi)
    MANY VoT8ka
    For Tax Asarastar.
    I horelby announcell mycelf amao andidato
    for 'rai m .ai.nof E!-eminitlmkco'unty. *sub-
    lean 1to tbeme'atilaon oflilt emhocratiac prlaun-
    rit-%. It elected I 4.xp- It to meet tile appro.
    tiption of the' tax ptiyerm utial will dip Lily
    duty Ili#-ey *derail Mal I d~d %hen Iheld
    the offce before~.
    GEo. RzEat,.
    For Tax A mmemmor.
    The rand~dacy of Wiliamn W. Niclinrdt Imp
    ho-'ib t't)Vo ounred for ire- I-et ion Ia.flaximpolt~-
    -e-No(r ftop E- e'frutwin eC.)izity. '.tiaect to Like

    Ywl-.tCounowy irearurt-r.
    I liereb r aninouiie4t iy-se'If it-% enuldt
    for renom~inialft ionflas t'tv%u rerof 1E-enitaiitl
    couv1 it '. .au.jljeea'tis)adaeia~iotaiiLtt tiet-nli-li ii.
    fit, I ,v .ol cit l ttbe '.ppaort f h off f' aI r ill- Is
    m. l ail in.1(1)fatperfairnif'a i or1i? (! :it1' v t hot I
    liativoendetivoar..al top fulfill 411 lur.inglH'v piii-t
    11-11.11-t 4.4cila" aaTlCI. J. W. ei. "FAurl
    For J umt itc a f 6thePewa-e.
    I hc rat.'.-arnnolrya-a my candai'.''- foar na--
    i'!vClt mu toa(ie (Ii'4infl(ctof .i icejet 4 f tll' PellCe
    fipr t lii e ScorlatI 'l't rict. '.11hjaec, to the 11k-
    I ion of th.,aauniiiliat ing pa inari'"-.
    oIK i.N J Ia-?.
    l.'r.1 i*Jst e 411 0 lut-IN amve.
    At'Ili- mca-ion of IieUfh-rfllqIa" i't
    lia-rtliy alnliiia-a al-liv ieptoianieyfr li.ta-
    * iF Ithe F'eaco- cot I ha' 4v tY it-ict. utIlcaq vto
    tile actaoi, of tile tuiillliiis'lle riimartt-..


    I-' r Setu.. I Sit perui itesiiaie'ia
    !"apanlin'ilzt i! 0t''iabIi-nn 'tiut ai
    -aan Wi (PI'LtIV anl o..kII% at' skit ap r a
    f -vitid'.iiiaac ut y tal r-gi a~ktl it-tup ). (f. a3



    TIit the Vatitr- a of E-va-aitini'i('i~iilv:I
    h 'tv llhin-,iiiaa' t iai'i-at vatmainldoca' lain na I
    dvaI,' i f .ni htulia iv s11 ltwf'lo'an nnl will lIa'
    pIt*.%ue- I Ilas It ii'at. thi~a upIitpirt 'I of my ire n 6 s
    lanai vaol-r', gstivr-nlYat Vlth(le caitu:ig (d~io-mo
    airutw ia Sritutiir.. l-e.'I.-' un N It. ('440t;

    -Ele4ltnt bed room sets, or"
    cheap ones, 1u'hilererryou:
    want, at.4Marston, tj-Finch~'s.1


    SiOHEN fRIEDMAN IO'8 I


    -RACET STORE. *



    ARDI GRAS SAhES.-


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


    We positively carry the largest and
    |' most tasty line of Ladies' Shirt Waists -.'
    ;J>` in all colors and prices.



    Our Stock is Immense!

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    A big line of Ladies' and Children's
    Tv Slippers just received.
    ;00
    f F.

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



    SMillinery,

    Gnf: andelr.y, in ah




    The finest and most complete line of .
    . Carpets, Mattings, Curtains, Window f
    $^ Shades, Etc.


    - Yan are Cordially Inited to VI it lt Fr mmot, Et, IsislhaiAm t


    i| We are Invincibles in Low Prices
    This makes our Success. j


    SMaiJ Order- Pr1'rm tly Attended to.
    Trade Di-ciiunt of on all Casl, ( 'atP'i I,.,. l



    , COHEN, FRTEDMAN & CO. |




    1 -- W. B. WRIGHT COD)PANY,

    M I .%N 1 1FA( it;IR s AN ;> .11: N I', IN

    LUMBER, LATHS,

    SAWED CYPEmESSHBINGLE?--Kl;E-ried aDs

    TH ~ IPE\'SA('O L IM, .



    /RYT I ZWZ' WENT @OLfMN!


    F. E. BRAWNER'S*-


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    IS ARRIVING!


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    To make room for them the remnant of Winter

    Goods will be sold at Sacrifice Prices.

    Here are some of the Bargains.
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    21 iii? Infnintt-' oand Ctilaar.-f'- H all
    WoulVnieuhi t.rglaitcval ue'
    itaa airLadipa'. NMen'4anal .'btldr*-n'
    oatak Itn dTI II'aa .Fu IIItn'" :wu -sH(i

    :7;pa'nH'ack I 'Ia. I C !itdIf~! -r~ri.'Ita.
    !mlal aol Iliteal. *-2~l:2-'-iHr
    !'lr (ha-. sairt. per yrrd



    '. e.f-nti-a- ia'.nd pa-: i!'Frt.
    r .I i f l '. ) r t I t mi.s % a- a a a tr -
    'a'a~l I iajand ,:k k-'tnrt-. r'::.
    7~~~~~~~~~~~~e aan a i-i.I-nt. s-...i-r


    tA' ..-i fr ti s -a: -. T,4-!, aum


    Remember the Place.


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    14 IaillT.7Cr ~)"Y2;All Iai.'ta','ill- d a ', 4- :a'--------- ar -
    25c, 22cIS.*-~. I-Z~J'.


    8P :,, ti.-'. Dark I '. r.'i ,- 'A a, ri- 'I
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    p -r :ar.l


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    SPfI14L NOTICES.



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    DonUs negotiated. 6 to 8 per coal.
    Binkloy & Daniell.ialf
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    j.,a it g t-
    I .pIuvr,21I LHPir I() r *#I athk at I4Piiti fi


    I 4I~l ItA l i f- h t i'na'stolarit w' rt 4)14 Il
    F (lie a' i I ti 'ibc HVVVter Im'.. by 4t ri I ,-a~


    ger. 5O4MI.,Mouth 1Palautimstreet.iPlatitn

    I'H%4F WA N ND-o 16le ivna 4Fl

    West Pti'trong ~street. IL

    woirk amlletiizs.,r uait hihiIos aaiail-. hqw,k.



    novwtf
    A.NXL)-O~ ter 'bottles MliasIunheais-

    iiRfta 14ro -- a I "I~iaa


    .rpAli oan1.'-- al. fi A. A S
    AU I IFt- r-A3 -i f .t.meI
    ,fi M114 i~t: Mi-t In Sa.ma
    -i' I fi..raAtgiu It .--u~iI. s

    Justt ot Ii il' Iiiii- ta.da ilslg'-iu. ..a.. "41a'- ih -
    i.. f-r it.iH..l-tIt. My


    N rid t iiait-rmnarten 1-4 now aVP.-u) .I
    it's itilatei (rm11 in tVie, reait aa1d -sitt 0 'It-- c. .r
    naor of Paisf-)x an- .J Inksaapri .t re. 1-. ci. -
    trance on J acka-on. Ternis $2.00(1 p'sr nuint r

    jAILE AN lb El-A? i.E Falifaa L. N%
    Mt ca-rate-r tl.s'i it'~~a tr-i t,. pi -
    poort-s't fr cat-z a iia 1- fl. 1t. 't ii.-
    (14-11. prinvlit~ifl. 'Vi~t..t~i erma I,. g:ti.-a act ',


    Who is Rader?

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

    Your Credit is Good
    For ait) thin in our h.ti-,e. 1%% ,,a
    a 1r le ;a,-o)rtm niit of l onc --+.. I i
    Loni --.. 'lTol.lt eltia a;nd H.-tlr.n
    Suir .'.. iron ledstad., at $.4 up.
    (). M. PRYOK'S
    B;irgJain Furniture Hla ..I .
    .othin os-o sets off a honing,
    ,v handsome frnitur,.
    Ifarston ,' Fincl hare in,
    immense stock for you to .s,-
    lect from and they i.ill .sv/
    it to yot on long time .an,
    ea(tv payments.


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     Material Information
    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: March 1, 1900
    Frequency: daily (except monday)
    daily
    normalized irregular
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    Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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    Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
    Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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    Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1889.
    General Note: Description based on: Mar. 5, 1889.
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    T


    DAILY


    NEWS.


    /OL. 30.


    PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY AFTERNOON, MARCH 1, 1900.


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


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    N tail( iraiza -m-r rt-hal thea


    e-~~a-tw t ho- : -fall aCre-.. K{'lip
    a'- a ii e of eel ( .'a's ~t.11111.
    l~*MII iv ait tae- heosaege-d city
    , i t to.eiltieac r 4uaraelt with tith--Cctg -
    Ceiieu- .-:rom. ~Pefiljle Slept litheo.
    .1 ree-tined :ato litl-. even cal -ess of
    .-e'~l~ '41aot cof tile Bilca
    At r-. Fer hours at d Ihour., tht-y
    a :A -!Hiid witri the-ir 'q-ye-a ilti,-.d to
    c~.-!,'-fwatc'hmcang.ud Wditiliz rfor

    1.,~-t thf al.ad tivw-u'C ce.vca
    -., 'Inve-d -e'-t.--rda i- -tli tilet li
    '.411eta hiatt(i4-11. ltltt#x-tt
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    -arC "i--qite11"nt1.% t h #-' re-
    u'a n rra:t aii t.( K(itt 1.111111t

    e C.4A p i ore'he laitIr aI

    _I: -t1a adv~taa'abut theA-i.' Wa-

    I ui cald a-Itatd -eIt at J .AIIiaattja,
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    -a-a-fr--iia: S oriaitA .-X~ic 1,
    Wild i tej ti- a. re-n- a ii
    ~illtad- btI ie)vk t ha#- a a pro oat-Iae; tea


    -,I Iag a it, wdavIiaItha-t1:-'!. i'a
    I-- I- lIrzeettetl. Nwhe Iit(t('ictlcih,-
    4 eeit i it =te(c'k f-xt- ta a !ie tt
    e -tof %l4- I [Izctiii t q-,I r I iaa-1" -ii
    0,It -iaa. FTilt.aiarke-t iwa- l'e
    -l-o-k. NfohleodIVWmtite'eiteaaet-

    ac-I 1e I 40I -tich.nlia-tad-aizc


    10-1 i (l-'ai.--aat ard Sa 11-cl'coi-'iand
    ei'r tI+ kI ('aole-t aIrr '.'=t enc vi i
    :I zat- u-'iAt i UciA t c d r'.-vdtaa
    ri ttat'br l-. A'tie a r-b e--Ited i


    a aarvn:A-. re-porte-d. They re--
    .1 111411 iaatinzdigaiitlc--u nt thilt-' itati-.
    -- teer!-. bhtoilt faa.ieletiee. lThe-
    -acre-'ti ia lullre-tre'at. A niaribs.
    sqer I -adir. i' e u-ct cavta r d


    r it-hi pi-.) lauettdi-'-baan,

    -~ ~~~~~~o r-ct i id d1e aet-d -.itilto
    .it at' l tt oi n t.' l. ut n rd:iv t eI'*
    iaw-tth+-r fi,-'a-ca- ttack.- Aftui
    a.,i c.*I faiaargtle io-b~er'. we-re-
    a-e'da-e l. ~e-n;forty 1k011. d

    FI ta'cat *Ijji.*j4)w~I1
    'ee2ic]that jinIthe I I tI
    u t-'ahti- Boa0ar, lc-t to iCktl!~ed-
    ;.a A d.c and :410 tIm -in-za.:


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    DISOBEYED PARENTS WILL,
    Atid. E:.-n tG. ace aeiltiHer JLover Aret

    -%V V.a.. Uii -Joep
    11111H G:eau. !ruier. ;mng cn~ nxi cuorth ot
    tki:s place-, killed his caugi1'-r and her
    .ovc-r .xud ithen cut nas owu itirdat V88-
    a" -last terd.lv aif*,*-,vec'u
    HIe LIazi i' ,r :Cilen Albcrt Mar~lhto
    cili on b.9 di~uqnter. On returnig he
    found Mazr-ti n the paeror with her.
    :!s.ardere: i janTo 2eave nod upon
    .:e,.i j. a a as iusa~ began U co.;nr o A il aL a
    ~ ~ ~ ~ !on (i r.*' :u ;iri- a rin I rotir f her
    'over aL'(l recei~vr-ti toe cbarw'e in her
    lOU' 14' drviz ws? 05aaaiv. The second
    -.ii-L h:.j-*d Marhn Uleau tklaifcut ilas


    MACHINISTS W LL STRIKE.
    f.; i il--'. Iy tvI ,t.e-' ein.r.- l.. v. I-e-f aed
    i S) i.'... i 1" tif1- cii ci .
    i.; F. b ]'e' 2S Tue Machine
    % i. aYv Manufact urers' association has
    c. ,l u:iai.iuiou)i.v to re'use tue do
    !;.tl, .nar a-e a. wages and reco;ni'ion of

    SI n, etTc-t of the a'-tion of the associ-
    at 'wAi i nt be ie.t in C(hicago alone.
    ."xiy ittniuand iuac'hinials taroughaout
    tt. country have made l.ractuially the
    name jitlaitds thatt the Cuicato local
    untonL has aun at is expected that tl
    action taken by the Chicago manufac-
    Srr'ers will be fo.lowed iu the United
    states aud Canada.

    walla Test the. Law.
    RINoo i.D, Ga., Feb. :8 -The Chat-
    tanooga sportsmen are making a vigor.
    ous howl over the game law recently
    enacted by she legis nature, whereby it
    as made lawfulfl for any person or
    persons. Arm or corporation to export or
    ohip. @*d or carry beyond the limits of
    (teir state any part:riiaes or quail at
    say season of the year The violation
    of this act i. a mtisdmeanor. It is said
    thai soore or tho Ceasitanoog houters
    are I:ere te i to euch an extent that
    they will alpp.y to the federal court for
    a test of tie c.nsrttutionality of the
    Georgia law. on the pies that it is in
    vi .ation of intercummerce regulations
    tstiween ttaies.

    Suinkrn ('r litarrs L. tr.
    WAsn.'etoNTN, Feb. :A8.-All chance
    of having ainy of the Spani.-h armored
    cru:aers uunl off Santiago, Cuba. is
    gone. Word haq reached the navy de.
    pArtiune. t tlat tue tr:sa'tiblil Cioon.
    wciic<1' was ptush.ai < n theI beach by the
    'rui---r New Yerk af;cr !he i-attle with
    I trvera'- (*,n t ni.t'id. hmS s.id into deed
    wa:er. Tie da;Mr;ite-nt onu ago gave
    up the i.ea of teavrng htie Co (in. Pri-
    rate persons have ieena wa;rting to the
    -e<'retary or the navy ior perinistion to
    * aiu'i tlle tvesse, but as te-v cotuid not
    nu-'t the :av..r:-1 .o -.c -i:a n o: a ch-,ir requests has
    ;;- bee'-'nCU t a.eU.


    )0 v.cii Htletir Arreste d.
    MI .< ':. ]F S'j -S -< broader. "the di.
    r:ine ti-.a"e(r" (. self applie;l term, has
    be'n tumltontied toi appear before the
    ar w-.'r o'i toe ciar~'v of vil-;atrig the
    :;i "..-a uord:nauc. i >. seerni ai if Lie
    ' ti,(-tr: i-naieling mett:uas at the negro
    ,-hur-hes asid Cnargaiig admission. The
    iwtoiuC itusi"ctor got wiud of tne affair
    ,adi i e-ud tue summons. The man has
    t-eeu fleeci.g negroes here for the past
    week and Las then considerably stirred
    up. lie is an out and oaut fake and it
    wiav be ihalt lie will be ordered to leave
    ;tu city by the recorder.


    N-gro Girl Whhippl-d.
    C(tt.Rl.csTaTN. Feb. 2K In Green-
    ville county a uegro girl of I'b has been
    pub.l-, y whipped by hsr father with a
    touor hickcry switch, instead of prose-
    cu:iol for a brul assault on an aged
    l..td' woo had sco.ded her for not do-
    ins the ramtly washing in a proper
    manner. No crowd was permitted to
    be present, only one neighbor as a spec.
    iator. two officers and a representative
    ot the injured party to see toat the pun.
    :shmuent was oropery inflicted.
    Alurd.re-r Arrested.
    Dir1 A VI-TA. Gja. Feb. -" -Thomas
    Kemp, who killed Tuomas Cook near
    tiuena Vista. two years ago. has been
    capa'rod and carried to Ameoicus.
    Kemp was convicted of murder and
    .Oentenced to a life term in the peniten-
    tnary. He escaped from the Marion
    :-*uUty j*il last year and since bam been
    idling in the woods until Sheriff Par-
    ker made the arrest. He will be sent
    to tihe penitentiary.
    Brave Men t aIll
    Victitims to stomach. livcir ailid kid-
    ::-v t*r-i:Allt--s as we-I! z.- w nlii,!. tnd
    ill fee! tihe r-eult- an1 la of appe-
    :it.'. po,, '>ii- inl thil l alm0i, li; 'k che.,
    :.e.' eVlt l-'I-. It:e ia t' :I, tilI ti're'd,
    li-'tle's- rnit-. ..wi f t liet!!. I'h t
    t '. **r l' li I t i f- .l l k ti' -t.
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    , ;'-." ,':,'. nf ,ry t',ttl,, Lcn.iratiit<.,d.

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    Who isRader?

    B e's the Man that sells
    PWhniti r so Cheadn for


    PAYNE AMENDMENT


    TO TilE TARIFF BraL


    Ace- c-Wiithout Division by

    th ouse..


    SI10G471 IC"AINT COMPROMISE


    ri's I)tesr cgI e:Itie.- UI na ISI rcim-gl ose
    th.o Porto tvsti Jjill:_N\u ab *r cf



    ',!t:e s:1 ,To Cr 111-4 ii i'o R ICOE
    ar ~Yb~ie ~a th-.i. u,,,. o1c.'tid at 11


    g~aL~rL', TE-3 wai-eri onaL iia St?5
    '-a ~- :a :a 1 1. c :a :ur. -t!A : L t I r

    I'LL" T o toVC a tj Iti Ike~u u:it.-r the or-

    -Iir C.;ct:rwoad r,-.'A a:tt I. tie
    LDernocrar!ao wi1.ipsaij 'h-tr.:%r-'-'.ac cid
    ze vrv rylo%" sfA altiurna-on ue avolc of
    tr,)tr- Lrcu iien of thi l D-m..a'r..aLac

    .tr. "Tawn-iv, the New` ''--u whir
    Paid iLe 0111 W 141A ibalt~, o % otellk
    spare. 1i,**&fitlife stc~ta;u t.A..g.-r lay in
    lfl'~~t muenireecomiaaiL
    W seu ecton J viit-ireaciiaed in read.
    ui:., Mr. Pcayne fered the tciuo,.%ng
    sub~ims;ane her (bI-t sCLIOn
    "iTiat on and :aftr thae pasiatgeo! this
    aCt IlIL merecaeaudise coningic jte the
    Uaitt-d :*ato*Irouia PcrtufRico aDd COIU-
    Ing into IPor~o Rico trum thtl United
    b(At-4 111.416! be enattur-cI at tbsseveral
    13is fons utre r upeu 1 armooet of 11. tner
    cout of tw leul:er. wzvcaatre reqiutre.i to
    leie lvicd asii p.iiai up .:I lkei~ot, raclea. of
    linerualan .1 am- 1 1. im)-cetol ?rota fear~gtii
    couun race s kwj.it i i .u iitutretv oIl
    aramch.- of cxercuaimiae .! 1'.ro PR U'.lU
    imijiufac ur. tai; inazu ib Unitidea
    ~t in(! JtaU : k1rJowa rom c 'n~uip-
    tIct)L OZ'.* t ~Paymeni1 t oCIZ ft laxtaIOlO
    to re" a ia-: :.ra & rc-ve-uuttax L:p din
    (tt ii~aL.rtiti-:.a!- )a nthe ariu~cs of
    uae-cha~ ~e fTuiaC'A* .tIUactn-re;
    *ccen I x t jbo.' r-&ad I t-rinternal revenue3
    stanips or slaia:p- *to ba purchased and
    pua1-i~e-j i la I e c-nirn ii-aionerif-ltat ier.
    natt.i iaezlesil'aidt) Leprocml i~e rclu
    01's, ox-Aiccttoz an Luecnal aaidnule a; or
    fl~tC0Il V0L!:0 It;41 ijLe ~ro-t(ifeitrr of
    %,Lill tura chia;-dij-e ian thti (ni ttd Suites.
    and !o be tPt j',tti n'aeit r &-a-iaregn!aaorns
    nq the W a1s;n-e- ti'tcriial rjr-maue
    %-.;:i i fen :pre.-.ai ofitt niia~ t-cm ar'-, of
    th wi'1rz~a-i :at'"-cri iii: and 4aitU161
    1; .C~. e a;.roi~ti:a-eof Uniiit-d 61tre's
    il~iati coU.-'t'aiuir into I'crto IRica
    III I1'!,:1: W I I rUie (1111V 11) N0 P, ~V1i-t
    iii-'V::eut.f a _ztaxei'nlu i ala Ue anti
    .afa-a~~ eeihealftililrt''rne tiix t~ilm-
    ;j.-ebd .1,1 Poe,) 1a l -i Upon Lit.i t.- I _"i 5!
    of I;Itaih'na : :infaclure."
    Mr. '..vreai"1. aaneo aiuat ti),'ut);*i-
    u'a kaid c: -.ic -; gi-i 1.redr- t d .::y
    i,:n 25 3 -) ; e r c nt caiiitIt a!,') re -
    na-ved soajo ta .aiinfqaoaaregarediu, _- cub~ei
    tLizatiotl. d11i sia aine)red ito the oa~in-
    I, it mfar '5i ;)r yenr would b3 ia--f ~e-r
    I Liar. F,5 iar venlt l't-oatisio ra%%o-fl~i rta'-e
    in.-r-o rp-e eize', l'ui L;5Liei Veit WA.i I-!,
    ifan tiottaiag- In aniv-er io a
    .Nr i'.Lvi'e tandalt- est.im-Ve for? tha
    01 zina l 2 xa.-t aben: $1,7 i .' _. I). I
    thit os:inaste w aai cfrrecE tiie a~ineadea
    bill wun.Aixaise about *1,L2SQ-,t.M)per
    aulucuu.
    Mr. l'.ine to,k occa--i'4i to rerrove
    monlaA of hiii critics who b-id c-ialpi rlzleel
    .bat fie iad 1'~en no ozp*3alliioiof h
    ia i ae of Iro)nt. Ilia sjwect-i anld illc
    rt'-p r%. u4 ,a.tid. wave a tuli elp:.,tnatioll.
    f'ue 14l watt ieppoe~d fitssaorc sp-aches
    bv i4'vai41rAl maieers
    Thle IPaiyn" amuent-irerit wvas adopted
    Wititlout divisionI.


    SNOWSTORMS IN THE WEST.
    : rln .s lel.y.-. a-r- r el rs ar llo(cked
    Slaol luSilllt S i% I-1s t I'sai ler Ir)z d.
    Sr. L as. Feb. "2b -The snow that
    foel yesterday y to a depth of several
    :ncues wa- followed last night by s13et
    slld rain that froze as it came down and
    covered everytiaii, winh a thick coat-

    As a result of this storing, which ex-
    :ouadeai for a distance oaf 20 miles about
    ihe 'itv, the conditions are worse than
    vat a:r time i this winter Wires and
    dielcs Ila every direction are doun with
    taic Weight; tt ito
    M, st o: the wires of the telephone
    'o:upain;es. being underground, they
    did not uff'er ao badly, except in the
    outlvin." districts The e.ecrric light-
    inug anil power companies suffered cou.
    siilerativ iv cr' s'ed wires, but were
    abl- too keep their systems in operation
    toil IV.
    F'., several lhurs street car traffic
    was :lino4t lentirey blocked and many
    persons had 1.- walh. to their places ot
    bu-:n-6s. l1-e -o vered the rails anti
    broken' :rr': ey vwiras caused the delay
    !o -vtr', rr ttrt't c-air !iii' na tle t:tv. .o
    tfr ar k,'owai ti ere wvre no casua:ies.,
    Lu-' -1 *r i 11 r-' v w r'e kil:edi ,v live
    wire -tiv'i a Ir:ina'f-r -." rter-;ons had nar-
    rov e!-''ap *) lr- a it: e.-.n.

    (';it .May" at ugt-i-- Arln)iia'.

    DURHAM Cigars have
    no equal. For sale at
    D'Alemberte's.

    Three Large Stores
    'uil of FI RNITURE. The fireet
    line of Walnut Bedroom Suites ever
    s',own in PtPnFacola. Pretty, neatly-
    dtini-led 1lJtI-oak Bledroom Suites at
    .111 ,riape 1iatt;in and (hCbbler Seat


    SNOW THREE FEET DEEP.
    fjriecest Blizzard For Years le the
    Southwest.
    KANSAS CITY, Feb. 2&.-The whole
    southwest is a mantle of snow from 2 to
    3 feet deep on the leveL Trains are
    late in all directions, telegraph and tel.
    phone facilities are badly interrupted,
    and at some points in Kansas, where
    the wind has a clean sweep and piled
    the snow in high drifts, outside busi-
    ness has been abandoned.
    In Kansas City street car service has
    been almost at a standstill since last
    night and only the efforts of an army
    of snow shovelerR this morning made it
    possible to get about. In the immedi-
    ate vicinity of Kansas City a high tem-
    perature prevailed and no serious suf-
    fering is reported.
    From Kansas and the territories,
    where the snow was accompanied by a
    sleet and a strong wind. come reports
    of damage to stock. It was the fiercest
    storm experienced in the southwest for
    several years.

    PRESIDENT IS FIRED UPON.
    Vourll-Zieill shoots Twice 'isuticcess-
    Ist :ly I ('Crispinw t ('astroi.
    CARAC-AS, Venezno~a. Feb. -s -Dur-
    ing the carnival procession yesterday,
    a Veuezujtian fired two sho:s at Presi-
    desnt C:'piaiio Castro without effect.
    The president was afterwards acclaimed
    by the populace Tne city is qq;er.
    General Cr4piauo Castra becanie
    president of Venezaela In Oi"'.1 r last
    as a result of the successful re.'olation
    against President Andiade, who fled
    from t(be republic.
    But Castro was not recognized as
    president by the United States until
    Nov. 20. '89. Castro is about 36 years
    old. is weil educated and is credited
    with being possessed with ample means.
    lie has betsn a strong supporter of the
    Liberal party.


    Sei l stVow.-rs Ortrn z -.
    Folr VAI.I..Y, Ga.. Feb. 21 -The
    fruit growers of Fort Valiey and vicin-
    ity have organized a permanent fruit
    growers' association. having for its ob.
    je,* mutual advancement and co-opera-
    ti(.. Cousta'utno and bylaws were
    adopted and a neat list of charter miem-
    lers aurollel. Fruit growers, package
    deal ,n and transportation companies
    are el ti'tio to membership.
    1YlolsaIle Vaelall t ion.
    Biar-:w.icK, Ga., Feb. 28 -Dr. Nich-
    olas 11 Wallace, who has been vacci-
    nating thi people in the country dis-
    tricts for the county commissioners,
    will couimpere hit labors in about two
    weeks, and during that time he will
    have inoculated several thousand peo-
    pie. Before the physicians get through
    about (verr one in Glynn county will
    have been incetalated.
    trcti tre l I te s iot-I *i.
    Sr. ".- 'TI, lMo, Feb. 'S. Ti.e
    o".ow',t .-:;a o; yesterday and las: nga;:
    waAs e,"' ar the worst of the sca-ou.
    Hai.roai and street railway traffic was
    demur,.:ized and nimany trains were
    a-banlduoieti last night and tbih-i morning.
    .o):ue t: the street railway tiues \vter
    notC (tpeied until noon tod;iy.


    M1A(.\. FIb. b -Wiiiam Neel of
    Au&:ustt has leased the Brown House
    :ind w.ll ussume charge on April 1. Mr.
    Neel is a well known hotel man and has
    aeen mniua ger of the Pianteri' in Au-
    gu- ta lor some time. T. C. Parker,
    ww:o hais conducted the Brown House
    for several years, will not remain in
    charge ouager than April 1.
    Qtiarrele.Id and Wa*s Killed.
    Au- TN;, Feb. 2b. E.ijah Stanton
    ind Jluics Maner, innimtes of the con-
    federate bcme, quarreled over the war
    in 4ou:h Africa and Maner stabbed
    stauuton twice with a pocket knife, the
    blade going through the region of the
    heart. Staunton, who was 82 years of
    agoe. die-d shortly after the wound was
    received.
    N Wi Almb.aila Coseito Mill.
    Ei.I~Mi.(cAM, Ala., Feb. 28.-Wil-
    liaml Noble, John H. Noble and James
    Keirh, Jr., wiil eract a $100,000 cotton
    miii in Annlton at once and are now
    arranging tor the machinery. This
    wiil be Auniston's fifth cotton mill and
    the second new one for the two months
    of this year.
    Deepest -For Years ln Kansas.
    WI(HITA. Kan., Feb. k8 -The deep-
    est snow that has fallen in this section
    for many years covers the ground this
    morning. It is a foot deep on the level.


    We have saved many doctor bill
    since we began using Chamberlain's
    ('lmzli Rnedy iln (li homeo. VWe
    k e--e -a h.,ttle pien all the timln and
    w!i,'lvC'a- ait f lmy f:ti;ily or mny-
    e-'lf hI-gin to cath ',oldl w! b)i-'Wili to
    t--. t !; C<',t -gh 1t?'-l dy. .ai;d a ;i ri--
    -ult we l iver iLa\"v- teo o -a'l aw;iy f.or
    I doctolt r a indl it ,-::r :t l, e ( ,l, -.,r
    hill. for C('ham'ni!ib ilain'.i (.'eoia.la ii.-
    'dy v nf-vr f;iik to cure. It i c'-r-
    t. .1inl% at a i-(dlici',t of r0,.ait ile-rit I A I
    w-, it. - D. S. .. :A;nKa "-. < *i ;l
    clNriac;l-iit anil F f-rd coiint. P.I. For -.il.- by- H aii-
    -.ii : Bri-l., 21 S,,tith Palafox -tre t.

    Don't buy anything in
    trn iture or house furnish-
    in s until you hare seen
    .,[arston 4 FinCh's stock.
    Their prices are low: their


    THlE MISOIIIIIN(I TO0i11.


    fiaterest Centers in Our New
    Poss-!ssions.


    FINANCIAL orI:T ION' SEI: 1-1:).


    Dniil reede'd I -ain R!Ife l'nqeel.

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    %pifler* ei5)Ior~.N


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    fact tha t w-- lliceiat~eim 'di ii" act t'ion


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    lila t~-aite ":,$-I At lhei-1aivilhit to SA';bn.
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    (enagri'sIonal "Gales.

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    Aimit-ft Wi'. IWIX.


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    I- The bit4iost and naiglitiptit little
    Is thing t hat ever wa.-; iinaudoik4 M.
    WKiiag's New Lift, Pill-. Every pill is
    if i- tzeart-Ceonead --loahailti of heailt ti, thai
    achainres we ilknest.sinato -trength, list-
    It s,,tit'a!- into .-aertry. braiza-fag info
    itaictatal power. They're wotitterfiet
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    In ifti haas ptruji:iii:a k .1k.1,4I-c cv shortly
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    K "*V As ('11 Fe'll lAD Carey.
    cane of tha traini r-ahab~ri wai.) ezagage&l
    in thea Wiiit %Vy ,b od. onth
    i tVie~n t'scme. laqt Juine. it -~. na boac
    o( c 0 oa'-, --cure-at. was %not aaal kiaea-
    I ti iv .; a,eatr att 1.A,-... et, nair here.


    a I a Li *J'a F Irt.it-
    V-zs -tt. iaaq 1to*te-at'h leity as Ij
    a o 1, e VcIA I k.awah, ria. Ica of.
    ia-- W.Cetvtaj~n It ;.4aasriu

    A U(ate Long Jump.
    1141W fair cain :a czta:jatcp witbouC
    laintritg lItsaf-wt ttxpartitly excewplifil4
    aIi rcocalj U lo let her nighlar A pretty
    %-hte '-ait a-an tip a trIae to get awa
    fdccii adi ueg twillalt latz traiw Ic-il out oil'
    -nilaai II lratir hacl t l-i--tt .) re-ct 2bovolt
    Mi-getliii'Ii,' traiw-i, "ia4-cnoet mnucht

    ll4 t iarta 11-U1111.1 Slitc -c!,, i lptal here
    ai~ etheli sI'.aiviita hzade itoacul ctltC .At
    li~a t st-e I;a az Ireeke-. nata(l makti ~ e
    ftl- a' riLtale lighleiloifl litle ground
    oeia 1!(,r fo-at. iaewo:l, a-ecaal rear a so-

    slce; lt :a1,;,, ,t e )a' f Ie -. neot hurt
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    (-:0. ora e otle#r je!aaee'x. I-'at -.l-urg [ih--
    lea% ta
    Soloed 2the. Test.
    l~-ihe SiC. i i hooip atIIa leciow.

    fit.- !aa il f, l!1%lataglerj9 a.it- i na rathIIS
    totc'li f Ii' lie' onha- elv ae' -4t S110110-41t.'
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    cure., I a .. (j. 4 ,:vt-C .4 149taatr.- cusein t Vf3
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    NO. 23.


    ROAAI.? BA~NO




    Makes the food more delicious and wholesome
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    2 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MARCH 1, 1900.


    IMPLOYMENT- OFfl IK.
    Ring up 382 or call at the office.
    11 North Palafox street, when in
    need of a carpenter. B. D. Hoffman.
    Business Agent of the Carpenter's
    aDd Joirers' ['nion. will furni-h yr.u
    with the desired help on short no-
    tice. n2otf


    GAS


    RANGES


    All Connected
    Ready for Use
    for...


    13.00'1



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


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


    Bhi Sit U P Trial


    P NSIC01 GI68 s O,


    No. 3 S. Palafox Street.



    James Hugles'



    Boiler Uforks


    Steamboat and Sawmill
    Work a Specialty.

    Steam n i!,r-. l'.::k- ; ti;l S!' Ir .,
    w rk MNtliatl l'-;IT ;ial lI -
    r'. :ired. l -' it" ii.:' ,t
    A tl K :Ah .

    809 to 8i3 Sc t, Pala[x Fircal
    P 4 ]. i : 'k 4 I I '!.I,


    THE LITTLE WHITE FLAG.
    Brief Arreosnt of ih- App-nrA.ice and
    :urrender of Croo'J .
    PA .nDthEna:o, Feb. 27.-1'"e British
    camp was awakened by the continued
    rattle of rifls fire at d.irbreak and the


    British Occupy Rensberg.
    LDOnN, Feb. i'8.-A dispatch from
    Arundel says the British troops have
    again occupied Rensberg.
    Strat ger .ulcidf's.
    THOMsoN, Ga., Feb. 28. A we:l
    dressed stranger committed suicide at
    Boneville. Ga., by shooting himself in
    the head with a pistol. From papers in
    his pocket he in supposed to have been
    a drummer of Rochester, N. Y.
    '"A ft,. r dct,,' fail.d t, ct i !, 1:.
    ,of i l, i. nii.t I ti-.(d On,- M mitnt-
    ('ou-h1i ('I1r-. and thrt' + lir tle.. of it
    curedl in.-. It i. ;also, tihe lih -t i ni d(Iv
    tin ea'rt I for whoopinig ciulgh'. it
    curI d v my i.raildchildreit of the
    wr-.t c.i<--." writ+. Jno. Hrry. L- -
    ati:toit. Pa. It i- the only harmilet--
    r-itn d'. "v that giv-s iuiiti (|di:t' I, -
    -tult'. Cur.-4 cough-. coIl:l-, croutip
    and thronitt u;d lung troihl-.s. It
    prevrnte c',)-iln'iption. (C'l~ildrn l l-
    way- like. it. Mot :,,r- indor-.- it.
    Harris' Plhtrmacy, Jihln: iepplard
    and S. Kalihn.
    lie Was Pouted.
    It 1 t'ii-t.tili. ry illn I-: gand to accuc:en
    Joe ( 'th:ambi!-; in ,of icitng a snilh. His
    (lneiieics ile! : that lie v ] i .lasha l; of hii
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    Outr d It ,'I I J'o!ya/
    Paten! i's t/.,c i,, st ]i1ntr iha I
    cafn be ]pr''i'< c/ b6i an,

    For6p .'ie .<() is ,<'tc 0
    the be/ lr'e(a-Ayast Foods' on
    the mrark1et.
    All made b1,i The (1. E.
    Stanard .1 ill ('o. and fbr
    sale by Yewv Orleans (Gro-
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    Contagious hbood poison is nlsoluteiy
    beyond the skill of the d,',,trs. They
    may dose a patient f.:- yards on their
    meretirial and potnsh re:"' i:rs, but he
    will never be rid of the di other hand. his condition wili grow
    steadily worse. S. S. S. is the only cure
    for this terrible :afliction. h'eause it is
    the only remedy which g ,. direct to
    the cause of the disease :.nd forces it
    from the system.
    I was afflicted with Blnod Poicnn. and the
    beait doctors dud nime xno .... iuh I took
    the.r tr' t. t ,nl t I aith ii
    ful!y. In fact. I Seerned
    to z t v.r-, all the
    w Ihile. I t,.k raI eVerv" o-e:j! allo d Wloiii
    reri:dy. Iut they did not
    seem to reach the di.s-
    ease. nd had n. effect
    what\ .r. I was dtiu
    heartened, for it seened
    that I wuhld never 1-e
    cured. At the advice. of
    Sa. t a friend I then th,, k
    S.S. S.. snd 1egan tqt-im
    irove. I nt allute, th
    medlene.and it eun me completelyy, iul.
    Aithouih this was ten yvers nig,. I have neveR
    yet had a lgan of the dibeaie to 'eturn.
    W. R. Nwv. wA.
    Staunton. Va.
    It is like self-destruction to continue
    to take potash and ntmereury: beside!
    totally destroying the digestion, they
    dry up the marrow in the bones, pro-
    ducing a stifness antd swelling of the
    joints, causing the hair t, fall out, and
    completely wrecking thesystem.


    S.S.S.or.Blood
    is guaranteed Purely Vegetabld, and ii
    the only blood remedy fr-e frt in these
    dangerous minerals.
    Book on self-tr:aitnnt sent free by
    Swift Specific ('omnp:: y. Atla:nta, Ga.


    news arrivc1 tint the Canad;ans, while
    building a trench qaite ciose to the
    enemy, were fusi.laded a- a rang. of 50
    yards.
    Tue Canadians gallantly work-d for.
    ward and .ccu;ped the edge o; the
    trenches a.ong the river, entirely enfi-
    laiing the Boers.
    Suadeniy a regiment stationed on the
    crest of the hbil. perceived a white flag
    and burst into cheer<, thus first an-
    nouncing the surrender of General
    Oronj-.
    Shortly afterwards a note reached
    Lord Rober-a. bringing, tviittig, of the
    Bomrs unconditional surrender, General
    Prettyman was sent to accept the sur-
    Srender.
    About 7 o'clock a small group of men
    appeared in the distance. crossing the
    plain towards headquar:ers. The lat-
    ter betun apprised of General Cronje's
    approach, L,)rd Roberts walked to the
    front in tne modest coat in which
    be sleeps and ordered a guard of the
    Seaforths to line no The group of
    horsemen then appeared.
    On General Prettyman's right rode
    an elderly man clad in a rough short
    overcoat, white brimmed hat, ordinary
    tweed trousers and brown shoes It was
    the redoubtable Cronje. His face was
    burned almost black and his curly
    beard was tinged with gray.
    P.eters 11114 Captured.
    LONDON, Feb. '.S.-The war office
    has received a dispatch from General
    Baller announcing that Pieters Hil,
    the enemy's main position, was mag.
    nificently captured yesterday and 60
    prisoners taken.
    Priiniers at M CAPF Towx, Feb. 28 -There are
    now (600 prisoners at Modder river, most
    of whom surrendered Friday and Satur.
    day. They are kept under guard be.
    tween wire fences.


    "Quite right. darogh l (~1!t was tL
    Ai, tiulilushingly rip!. el i rova I
    hlighness and [miuzt intlo :I fit of tavi'ih-
    ter quite tit,:basho-d T Io vii-o (.1
    court iers. ot curseF' .. it.I k (,I.

    -1 np'vvr usud aiivthii o- -A a-
    never without it. -(itiiekilv h .
    throat and lung troiih'e -. I'-; ii-.-

    Joh0n zSheppard and S. N-Oin.


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    Y-kGOLAY--<,.,

    Grist and Corn Meal Mills,
    II. F. GONZAIhEZ & CO., Prop s,
    Manufacturers
    CHOICE MEAL AND PIRILE GROUND
    STOCK 'FEED.
    Patronize Homp Industry, for there is
    ev-:y reason you should buy our Meal and
    rto -.k le ed from the Homn- lMannfaertrarr


    t ROBERTS' SPLENDID MARCH.
    Endurance of lr IlrirlIh Army A -
    mlintIt .-prt.'-r ent'en.
    PAAFTDEBF-Ir, Feb. 26.-(De;l:y,d in
    transmismiou)-Oa this. the eigtn day
    of General Cronje's resist:.ace, General
    Smnta Dorrieu has worked up tne river
    bed to within 20U yards of the Bjer
    laager, squ-ezing the enemy intu a mere
    an-I more con ined -palce.
    The star of tue BritI-h here has not
    beenl it avy way .unu to Generai Crouj',.
    but in order to get supplies au'i rest toe
    troops. wutih had become absolutely
    necessary. Now there are daniy arriv-
    a;. of iarge convoys, allowing full ra-
    tions to tMo rmen waich had at best been
    intermnitent during the last three days.
    A ieavy rj'n has causTd great discnm
    fert to the British. but greater to the
    Boers, an i the cold wiads have killed
    mauy sick animals. List night the
    river rose and brought down a great
    number of dead Boer horses,
    When the history of Lord Roberts'
    movement is written it will be found
    that the marching power and magnifi-
    cent endurance of the British soldier is
    great as ever. The march itself as seen
    on the map would be nothing very
    marvelous, but it would be remeuibered
    that the whole original plan of march
    was changed when General Cro:aje
    made his magnificent nigut trek on Feb.
    15.
    The whole army swung to the left in
    hot pursuit. Some of the regiments
    marched -'7 miles in 24 hours, outstrip-
    ping the transport supplies and living
    for days on altuost quarter ration. Yet
    the hardships were borne with wunder-
    ful cheerfninecs.
    There has been a drenching rain for
    the last few dayv, the mnen lvini: fuilr
    exposed to the raia and subsequently
    cord wins.


    I T i. I let I I- I I.:I!- ;!: i I t Tr,0, ln"S
    fromr jilt:.*-. ,.;II: iH eck-4
    of ww! 1.,) t the \4'.1 1.(wit reF (lit ofi
    the xvr-! clu.: 11 ,iv tetxl,-pi pn i aii1~tiofl

    At a ron!h estimmite there i.re 1iCN.
    000 pairs of -lox-cs imp sorted inlto this
    country each year.
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    **'IJut-as-oMooli" are but Experiments, and endanger thle
    health of Child rren-Experience against i.ixpcriment.

    The Kind You Have Always Bought
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    TestiiiioniatI l'fro Jiid-p Gatlon.
    (.I'i n \i I .. . ). a II. i .4 .
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    a prince," le l saidl. "' I.c J l lif>'\ :" i'l,
    ti d, t iii!asping my bel,t [,:it'tl it i:1
    the lih rse's mnoith .s a : iori',hIL. iiandl.
    thus di'v ting lIin. [pir.-;:fd miy ;;1
    ain'l lled both I ntelotpe."
    All the circle applaundled. :;s ; f i co;:-st.
    they were bound to do. l r. \it1.s I ;as
    Silent.
    "You don't mean to say youn didn't
    believe tlat?" said the prince. "'Sppeaik
    out if you don't. I shan't be offended
    n the least."
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    THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MARCH 1, 1900.


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    1111-41:1:1 atiig a lnl iiiatiter oif dnnm-
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    t Iis IL's-Intatwidite awn r.
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    #-,I t ho, '"'alined totia itte's si ft'ls

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    !:I% lovnt sh.lorn tot uniwc of its
    n tif. t tie itt Ierisla rid pa .swngo-r
    Il Itt Int i~ I %4-. whot ttms Often wrere
    asI la' -.;4i11 &:q :'rS. Inl uclh aga ii rst
    '11. if, dive for jwarls on the
    ~ '.t i lit I:ink. hans wevrn ef-
    llyst~t-~d tl a cotisidt'r'
    i'I.carried't tin itt small ar-
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    KIDNEYS, LIVER

    AND BOWELS

    CLEANSES THE SYSTEM
    DEFFECTUALLY,

    .C ,EAO--. -.
    OVERCOMES'-
    HBITUAL CONSTIPATION
    PERMANENTLY
    IT'5 ( EffECTS"

    IICIAL F*
    BUT T14 GENVINE M AN F 0 y*

    CAUKINIA KGSYvRP@.

    MoR A eva o- fu. oceu n0LERILL

    FIGHTING MAYA INDIANS.
    (,Vt-rrnm *0 "Truopo itad o 31- d :cans
    I ia -it I o ('-votral Am n raici.
    OixAc~ Mex., Feb. '. .-Informa-
    :iona as reached the military authori-
    ities here of desperate fighting between
    the government troops and the Maya
    Indians during the last seven days.
    The fighting began on Feb. 2.1. when
    i force of auout 6)0 Indians attacked a
    retm.ent 1: General Bravo's troops be-
    tweti t bsui aud Uoou. Five soldiers
    w'-re kki.edi and two officers and I5 sol-
    iierz were w.umnded The ludians re.
    rinstei to ttuer iutrenchments. carry-
    .ng with tueui over 1UU killed and
    w, un:'ed.
    t)a tne fl: owing diy another skirm.
    isa aA brin.ugnt al out by an ad ance
    a'-ltiiineut ot government troops at-
    *elluprini to reco:inoiter tue position of
    :n. In i:ans 'Tbree Mexicans were
    k:.Ie It n that fight.
    (h.i Fek .i d.a force of fully 1,200
    Mavas attacked the outpo>ss of thegov-
    *r)iitatt troops anud after driving uin the
    ,erttr:ts a de.-perate attack was miadeonu
    he ezntrenclimeuts. Several pieces of
    .:itt artilery wcre brought into use by
    .*t M, xicti:s and the reouti weredriven
    jr- wi:h a h-avy lhisS Ten soldiers
    w-r womuidd a'n.i one killed.
    T.:v robei-s have free coriiunmietion
    witu tue pe, .i.e ot Lritith i liiduri:at,
    who are .ia:d to be in sympathy aitn
    n:r cau-soe.


    \1 l::l:r t lll,.an nt.
    .' i,:'il:s 1'eb 2S -Genural Luke E.
    Wright returned yesterday from Wash.
    :ng:on. where he went for the punrpo-e
    of h,-lding a conference by appointment
    with President MrKinley regarding tihe
    P'hlippines continissoun When asked
    -onacerin;.: his trip to \Vashington he
    said thli- appointment had been tendered
    him and miat he hbai si.nitied to the
    nre-ilent nhis will:ngncss to accept.
    Farther than that General Wright did
    not .-Are to discuss the matter. particu.
    iar;v as to the nature of the worn which
    would be expected of the commission.
    It is the general understanding that in-
    struetion to the commission are now
    a'iug prepared by the authorities in
    Wasniigton and naturally General
    Wright did not care to have a thing to
    say regarding them in advance of their
    promulgation from the capitol.

    Different I-ate<.
    My neighbor's house as .i).e and grand,
    Mine humble its and sn.,11.
    Of wIalth he has a stre m ,.anA.,
    Ai, d I ai e nuione at all.
    Mt' neighlor's lfe is grim anid gaktt.
    A most rptilinht ai,-.
    .i;tle' .t hel lc ishartes myIt tuil and want
    I la re:'y as can IW.
    Y's. .the : ,rihit as any pin
    And ihis spo'sw 4A nt anf' g.-:rr;
    ,'t. f I'd J like to trade ith him'.
    -Indianapo;Ii Prem.

    (;eo. Barbe,. Mendota, Va.. iy-,
    --"Nthini did mrn so much gorod a-
    Kii-rl Dyspep-ia Ctur,.. One do-.,
    relieved me, a few bottle- curePd
    ine." I' digest- whatyou eat and ;al-
    W: y, r4 e dyspep-sHl:. Har:-'i-"
    Plhliniacy, John Shepard and lS.


    Furniture on Credit
    N.It bt-nutiful liei uof 5iie oa;ird-
    iv. r Ihown in thle city. W 'd:.d, oi.-.
    with gise door- of every d-sctip
    *10Tn. froin thlie cleapet to the fi ne-t
    Roll-tap secret-iry 't'ea* ,leitmntly
    fini-hed. a fine line of chlinaI clo-t-,'
    St1oi everything l contained in ta fir.t-
    ,'l ftitriture -tore at U. M.1. l'ryoi'
    1;artgain Furniture Hti-e.

    lean the ,,Ithe Kind You Hae Att Ai Bj^.:,
    b'matzr

    rO T ITHK PR 11C.
    I I ,v- j'!-t ri <-ived I fin o In of
    ill ki:d- ,f c'tndi -. and ell thell at
    Srrv !-:a -i'a hisie t'ric.-!.
    *,T. M. I trzte .2'o nt- t pr p,.,.nd.
    ('tlocolate Irop-., 21 cenlit- p'- r
    pMult in Mixedl. 2 pounds for 25
    lenit-.
    All Fancy Mi.rd Candyr. the b.at
    aver hbr.'utiht to Penacolta.at ilcents?
    nor pound. Call and see for your-
    'lf. ..


    BULLER'S PERILOUS MARCH.
    ileld Commander Tells of Ilis Haz-
    ardouet ( nIntoagli.
    L-.3 -,S Feb. : -Toe war office has
    received the fo'iow.ug dispatch irom
    General Lulier:
    "!H::.Ar It'ARTitrS II;.A't.WA'O., Feb.
    24 --i';n' Iug that the passage of Ling-
    w.ch tprui: was couniuauJedi by Ftrong
    ia;renchnients, I reconnoatertei fcr an-
    cil-r a.;ssage of the '"uu.eja One was
    Cu!td !c(r rue be:ow tue cataract by
    ,' t:. satz1u oacfsa, R3yal engineers, on
    1 r :' 2o
    SV.e contitenuePri. ii:ai.in au apprnacn
    th r-., and uon il b "l. tilMl!.z tiuat I
    S,'I :i.kLe the ; :tas.ae practtcab.e. I
    r't'- ei t .. .a ;>;:.'i Li.'tg geB D 5I; to the
    ,, u;.i .- <:e t: the Taze.a. tooit up the
    itn i !'r0t-Wo oi MouInay night and
    ,* ZtV- : at the nICw mite. winch is
    -.v i; 1: reeitit l:trkei cataract.
    S u- !. :1 .% t I :i' h-110 t.ro- opl s ad
    .*'.-, p *t ; r,-'i cr ,.ti g u der hastiiV
    i,::-" U i -:i t : i > :'.e Sui'.'"r4 ;t.(i el-
    -1 T... i ..1:1.: s i;.. ; iand ii _!tfire.
    i 1 iti. r IIU. ut !Il y Inv 10 .11tainaI the
    1..)- I. *2:;: t-rpi :;..
    "' i v e.-:,-: 0 }wr'< th two
    t4," ;i.' ).I. 1 i : ;\.It i l t t the
    i) i u 'rs (-':"i;; .. out ; i lie
    itowVi\ tie binks ik Ihe riv i andi as-
    c ii.' .ii a liuan -; ; .-r,(.tiicu ;i r c .ll of
    attont .01 feet, ab.au.t.i and carried
    'Pieor'. itil.
    '. it nill. to a certain extent., turned
    : e *ineimy'- left an I te Fouriii irigade
    .and-r Co,,nei Nuihitt and tue L-,evutth
    r oii e. ('(ijonel Kitctiener comutmaud-
    iit,;: tn. whole under Gnc'rai Warren.
    a.','s.,i'- tdine en*-iny's pos:iton. w IcnU
    was mn anrincently carried by eo S,.uthil
    Lancejhire regiteoutn abk ut .uiiset. We
    t( ok about ti priolon-rs and scatteredi
    tue enemy int all directions.
    "Our io,-es, I hot'e. -re not large.
    They certatnlv are mucn iles. than they
    would have been were it not for the ad-
    mirainle ntincer in wuai:t the ar:il!ery
    was served "
    S. W 'T r I gi- I.l U.
    Niwv Yo:.K, Feb. 28.-The manu-.
    facturers of sewer ptpos from various
    parts of the country, who have been at
    the Fifth avenue hotel for more than a
    week. have formed a combination, tak.
    ing in the majority of the firms in the
    United States. The capitalization of
    the new organization is $10.000.000.
    There are said to be 45 sewer pipeworks
    in the country and of these 28arein the
    combination. It is the general belief
    that most of the other owners will join
    the new combination sooner or later.


    \Voeso nn i.at-lly Iurned.
    A.BANY, Tenn Feb. ".8. While
    standing before a grate Mrs. John
    Brown's clothing became ignited and
    she was fatally burned before assist-
    ance cound reach her. 1Her body was
    charred in manv places and there is no
    ho;'. for hier recovery. She was the
    wife of a pruwiuent man.
    "I n;:d brn ochiti- every winter for
    V'.Ir'-s ;ai A< I > ilt-dir',lit- giav t;'ill;- p r-
    min tent relief till I hbcga to ;aike
    )OI- Allinulute ('ougIi ('i:re-~. I know it
    I- t h be-t couliih IIedi'et: iiinade."
    -'- J Koonitz.Corry. Pa. It iqickly
    cure- coiitgh.is, ilds, cr.u.p, a-tmal. lmt,
    rrippe aind tliroat ind luing troubles.
    It i. th i childlreWi'- favorite rem dVy.
    ('ires'' quickly' Hlargi.-' Parinacr.
    .J !;ti Slt-p;i:,lid IAnil S. K;iahIn.
    We wii lI nu(lder your l'--pr-:ttid fir
    1' (*,':' i'ch alnd maikte t!heoii l. ok
    lik, i' w. Star Lautndry.
    Tl. O()YV*'iT 1. S:ASON.
    I hi-, v. t.-r in hi-. ht'd of onz,.
    % ikti l w Illl a .%tart from liih, mrnin.r
    'Ip) 1ri 1 lin-, s l-,11. n a) d r:,. w 'h a yawn.
    "'1 fo-tr thtt our -,fisi if h f.'tv l ii)e
    ' 1"r ll.y til"-;st l t dliean. t-rt i,, lisittir! d by
    tiejar
    Tha t %aln ai c 1anu*d)v by tIhe letter 1.
    A d I know by the keel (of that h.ite(ou'
    sloop
    That s.ioi of us shortly ill he in t hi-e*,onp'"
    And so, they will for the -lq)o wai-
    filled with tie fillfst anid fattt-t.
    T'lhiksloop wa., .-ent out by Nick
    Apostle and there choice oyters are
    now f4 r sale. done or raw, readly to
    chaw, at his restaurant. You canl
    get them by the plate. dozen, hun-
    dred, barrel. dray load, wagon load
    or car load. Owing to the ru-th of
    business the servingof regular meals
    will be discontinued after this week.
    but special orders will be served at
    any hour of the day or night.


    GOLD DUST.



    k is haiworkwithomtGoldDust .


    Washing Willow Furniture and
    Wicker Chairs
    Wicker chairs soon become soiled, but they
    CUa be c caned to look like new with
    Gold Dust Washing Powder
    and warm water. Use a scrubbing brush; when
    water becomes the least soilec, ct fresh; follow
    with a sGot, dry cheese clotn, and wipe dry
    White iron b:ds can alo te a.hed by this
    method, but must be wiped dr:. qui:kl,.
    :U S t, r fr lour r .,

    THE N. K PAIRnANK COMPANY.
    CIlCeqo, St. Lcul. MNW VYork, m***%.



    THE ORIGINAL -


    ST MLGy


    A. B. C.


    BEER.


    ,K !J. V IAh, S 1e Wholesaler.


    SLSO WHIS[IES, BRINDIES WINE, IMPORTED AND DOMESTIC
    Paul Jones and Echo Srians elbrated Whislies.
    :^ ITRY A BOTTiE OF CELERY TONIC.
    MLV^ -- 0S PHONE 154. : : : : P. 0. BOX 587.
    JUG & FAMILY TRADE SOLICITED
    Free Delivery to Any Part of the City.
    S M All orders left at The Office. Vidal & Imitb, will te oarefull3
    a ttnded to.


    Great


    Bargain


    Shoe


    Sale!&-


    Children's Department.
    Hand-sewed Fretnch Kid Tylfant-4


    SHutonii. 2 5,

    .worth 75c, now 50c.
    .- I [au.al--'ewed Fr.enic Kii Infant-a'
    y Ktton,
    worth $1.00, now 75c.
    - Hand--ewed Kid Spring Heel Button
    worth 75c, . now 60c.
    Itand-sewed Kid Spring Heel But-
    ton. s- l.


    worth $1.(0, now $1.00.
    Iland-sewed Kid Spring Heel Lace.
    worth $1.50, now $1.00.


    Men's Department.
    Genuine Dong. Hlutton and Lacq
    Shoes, 12-a,
    worth $1.50, now $1.00.
    Genuine Vici Kid Button and Lace
    Shoes, 12-2,
    worth $2.00, now $1.50.


    -PROPRIETOR OFLadies' Department

    CRONIGS ST LOON Kid Spring Heel utton and Lace
    Mshoes, 3-s.
    -DEALER IN-o0,$1.25, $1 50, $1.75 ail $H.
    I fThey are worth -W,(more
    Imported and Domestic Wines, Liquors and Cigars. Kid Heel Button a Lae. ae
    JUG TRADE A SPECIALTY. Cloth Top in Black and Tan.
    Coi ner Rolmhnont and DAvillire Sta. PENSACOLA. FLA from $1.00 tO $3.50.


    H. H. WICKE


    Plumber, Gas and Steam fitter,

    No. 5 South Palafox Street.
    All Kinds o. Plumbing and OaG Fittin'gs Materials Kept on Hand


    lr~tWLPfiwvrP ft


    DUNN'S


    HOTEL


    ON EUROPEAN PLAN.


    Three Rcalar

    Meals Each Day

    25c Each.


    'I- -


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

    Special Orders at Any Hour.
    RATES:-From $1.00 to $1.50 per Day. \LODGING:
    531 and 519 S. South Palafox Street. Pennacola. Florida 25 and 50c


    TIME TABLE.


    LODGE DIRECTORY LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD.
    IN EFFECT JANU'ARY 7.. 1J0.
    KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.
    G No. r. No. 2. No. 1. No. 8.
    Pensacola[ lodge.. No. 3. K 1 f P 2:in 1:1 n, IN 11:". p m Leave P iensacola .....Arrive 4:15" pum i .:4)a m
    e "2:15 i -12 if.-) night Arrive ...Flomation Arrive 2:4.5 p m 2:..1a in
    meets every Monday even- 4:12 p 1in t:tia m Arrive ...Mobile ..Arrive 12:.'I noon 1 2:2I) ntigbht
    Ing at 7::10, at C:atlle Hiall. P:;Op tn 7: 41a in Arrive New Orl-sans Arrive 7:;' a in 7:45 pm
    In Ilutcblnon0 ball. West ":-,) p III :to a m Arrive. Monteomniry Arrive 11 :92 a4m '..10 p m
    Intendencia street. i:.'iI a mi 7:0) p m Arrive ..Na-hville Arrive 2:21 a in 9:iia nt
    Visiting brethren cordially 12:.5 noon :30 a) m Arrive Loul-ville ... Arrive V:12 pm "*--.".i a ni
    w elcumed. 4 mk I 7:1 m Arriv,-. I'incinn tl 1I,0av. t5 p) m I1:ll) pmni
    i H. Jl -DlVI t.,
    I. HooSLK c.c BETWEEN PENSACOLA AND JACKSONViLLE.
    K. .& I'.


    W. O0. W.
    Live Oak Camp N I Wxo(lman ofthe
    World.
    Mf-t-l tr* t and third Frilva night In
    *ach nllnth. Vi ititag -overg-''. cordi-
    itllv invited. W. W. WAT-oN,,
    S. R. TI AMI V Clerk. I'. C.
    s I'A.ANTIIT-: ..Plt( riI:'21IIIV AS!('-
    CI LTION.
    (nlice ol' t*l" ** re-tarv at ('lu let's
    1Mimic M IoIae.
    Hlfo iol optling on vit'l ,f the 1'rT 'C1. r'.
    -: ,.. rlet iry wil1 % i -\'ll hi- *-i:ir. t:llu- to
    tia- in~lt'rests of thie A*'. iititin
    JAM% l- 1"1HiI AVE ANIK:I.-. DrA.-ui-t .-
    s -, -.-ti rv




    Kodol

    Dyspepsia Cure.

    Digests what you eat.
    It artificially d igeststhe food and aids
    Nature in strengthening and recon-
    structing the exhausted digestive or-
    gans. It is the latest discovered digest-
    ant and tonic. No other preparation
    can approach it In efficiency. It in-
    stantly relieves and permanently cures
    Dyspepsia, Indigestion, Heartburn,
    Flatulence, Sour Stomach, Nausea,
    SickHeadache.GastralgaCramps,and


    No. 21. No. 3. No. .. No. 22.
    11 5. night 7:m a m ....... ....Pernsacola 11 ) p n A:: p) m
    1 *:.5t niXt t 7:;N.a m .. Milton 1i1:l o1 n 5 p m
    4:Cir a m i anm $ I e'unltak pringi 4'Lt p mi i p m
    i:.', mr 14 ::* a m ...... 'hlpl-y p 1 5.7 p p m
    7:1l itn IIl.ia in Mariannn K: I D "1 1.' i : noon
    : a r it 12 :'Oinoon river unctionn :;i p m 1 J'i am iI
    .1... :4: p m .. allahas-* ;: 3:t D m
    7:t p m .... Iaok ,onville w.:- iam


    JOHN NICHOLAS'


    :Restauirant,

    305 N. TARRAGONA STREET.
    oPPOSITE I UNION IDEPOT.


    (Deals at All Hours.


    Open Day and Night.


    L-A Complete Stock of Fruits. Nut Candies, Cigars and Tobacco
    Constantly on Hand.
    Finest Ovstera for Family Use a Rpecialtv.


    A Special Bargain!
    A lot of Fine Ladies' Shoes. Cin-
    cinnati make, regular price 83.C'
    and $4 mo a pair, now only $1 &P.
    We only have them in 2s and 3.
    and C and D widths, that is why
    we sell them so cheap.
    In Our len's Department
    We beat any store in town; wilf
    undersell anyone and give tho*
    nimost comfortable fit and general
    satisfaction.
    OUR $3.00
    Hand-sewed Vici Kid Shoes are
    equal to any $4.u shoo in town.
    Kindly soliciting your patronage,
    I remain your- to please,


    .11h Gugenheim.


    CHAS. COTTRELL,
    Artistic Photographer,
    ROOM I3 F1lEIELt UBl'I lNIJ.
    204 S SOUTH PALAFOX BTHEET.
    Hatisfation (iuiaranteed ha Every Par-
    Uoular.


    HINBiRO BROS. & COOP




    Palafox Street,
    Pensacola. Florida.


    BARGAINS


    -IN-


    R~eal


    Estate.


    $ 100O %ill lpiiv ',ii aerei of land nnrt N
    $IWOOf tb"ailVatly rd West f 4soul4Jifg.
    wall buY *Ial~ie ,-', adjintirng city

    $3000witll a moor d r 1,oint htvwb
    This ; prprty i'"t amanN,-wa t%
    Arsr~f 11w Ii imv 7-0fti anne.ti-Paen "PC
    $4000 )o ,u Atri Littmi- l'tntviu. This
    pnipr t p it& a ft ut-.-r fruit oil, ht- 1041Y;A11"
    on Hig Ba vfut;il .ttis. Havo lii
    *.J i'.v on:s' (of tIi" thli%t .*sl
    $5000 i-i i,-on v, -.,t ifiw. i-at uatet
    onl -r-1.t car 1::,, !it- 2, rooij-i iai, uu all nauio-
    t *i -.cft front ron
    $6000 .fIrx

    a1l 1,:-: hl %i ? -i:* ft frorpit on
    ralli KIA1,,2ft tropit :n aWrignt. Thov
    pr-p-ilyho; li.. -,1 Irs tahi-,-4 fn I'.nlltho( iii g
    pie IV y4ifro) it inn to htui'i i o,,en i m~-a ~oro.
    $8000wil I b-or a han,ootnu,ni ror..Adone@


    JOHN McDAVID, H. A. 'W JLTERS, $90 tooi: t,.-.- -
    S $9000W il'! thiin-' s .-ri fauran i t
    REAL ESTATE AND BROKERAGE. m"ir.'o") i -
    :Botcher and Green Grocer. th-"m"tv"n..
    CITY PROPERTY. FARMING PHONE 172. $ 10,000' llparltt..'' t ?,":
    1f:ont.
    AND TIMBER LANDS Fre.h Tennessee and Native Meats. ---
    FOR SALE. Chickens and Country
    DPre. ... ,n ,. lI V 0111 .It IA


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    THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MARCH 1, 1900. 5


    P. Williams of Na-hrille. and E. H.' MOURNING TAKEN DOWN.
    hOGAL ,,EWS NOTES kmBeek and wife l. h o hiladehia Emblemsoft rpp
    Roar Admniral F. Rodgers. Comn- Rlblell Of G..bei's Death Strippd
    mander C. .. l'.-lker and .Naval From State Houe,* by Vandals.
    Con-tructor W. I. C,,pp.of the Izov- FRASKFORT, Ky., Feb. i8 -Vandals
    ,in eir.-aft or, rea,,s.. *O.e -% UV rtmiir-nt board f survey and in- stripped the state capitol building of
    i..rt ,.,, i.e-..f.,.rned .,ri.r. .,e sptctim of ship-. paid an official emblems of mourning with which the
    ,;, ,,, ti,,j,,,.. .v,,.,,U t, Itm visit to the Peiac.'ola navy yaral
    .... ,, .. r,,, .. ... .. ...,m ,, t,,.t j.-' v trday. anid w-ie well plea-ed front of the building war draped on ao-
    with the improvenfints made under, tount of the death of the late Governor
    3,,.ad Arbena'- locals. theefficient adm itai-:' ion of C om- Goebel.
    mntlnddr ti.min ge"3 ,eo ~1ft this The work must have required the co-
    S Hudn Tampa. at or for Koperation of a number of peop nd o
    -Hud, ut fTatfla. i-at norltira for Ivv %V:--. cupied some time. The soldiers were
    I(. t-aaifrl. f Crvv e. a Dr. BeIIl'% ourb %rrup i otI Ie4t remedy on t(iutv during the night. Captain
    R. Sanford. of Caryvlle. is a It Cochran. who is in enarge, will hoid a
    . -t at the 'lNetchliit- t l-d y. t-iake* t ailowIu c.'!; or ,.,,i to run on: court of inquiry today.
    ai for it ilony d r,-hit, -a-r s.- th t- r lunll--
    Jan. F. I.., rprentg The troutl.. T.'lake*" r. t.'- L'ii yrp lita A r Exodus.
    l,-'lItt,, 1 tat tIlleC. -llii.LA. oce. _____ __ ATHENS, Ga., Feb. 28 -Over 100 ne-
    R-.:uilar ineet-ing of the Chiamber Duffy' Malt a. Ei::r-u Arbona'P. groes hive left A:hens for different
    L e,,.iilllteiI. at urlock tlo-mfi t. -l
    -- eao.- points in M.liissipp;, where they are to
    Mi- Ida Mett- of Ml)nroiville. IINGHAM. THE IMi'l1KESONAIOIl. receive igh waxeM a farmhands.
    A: .. I- a gue-t at the LI.ew.s hl)ou-e. Waie Peg LeA Williams has not been
    JoLt.r N-al alid -on and J. It Wil- ltur~ly Nigltr. March 1. here himself, he has had a number of
    i,-i:i- tof e.-tville, are at thile Lewis Thi ladies of the Plalafox Street agents working secretly and has dis-
    .uu--. Iflthodi.t church have secured trtbut.d a quantity of his literature in
    S Hinil!:rn. America'- leading unono- this ciy and county. Tuo negroes have
    !i. Wil-ou and wife of I)e li- ue tertaiier.for atn '-nragenenit been nul,iing meetings and discusp.ing
    i kofprin.g-. are regit.-t-red at tihe to(), ) ziven at Clu'ter'-, hall. Thurs- matter for several weeks. ome of
    iL,-w,; i,,,u-e. (lay .vvninolr, March 1. Mr. Bin, hain them hert sood tnaeir property in order
    (o.'o. R. Ve-nabli-. U. S. N.. of Var- i aui einte-rtainer of tiational reputa- to uet monoy worn which to start out
    *.igl.cli. WM a gue-=t oif Lite satii- tion l ald hi n ernaii)c-lient ought to com:ortably iu tueAr new homes il
    ,il 1,.t-Iday. draw a crowded hotu-e. A >:-irt <,f Mibsilippi.
    thie prove'-dds will go for the benefit I t o U, Sold.
    Lo.wi- Msorriso's -Fatut will be ,,f hI' hiChurch. Maon Hotel to UI Sold.
    ;.:-m.-ted a;t the- lpi i nou-e leitXt Admis-ion:: Adult. .t'-lit-:'"thil- MACON. Feb. Zts-Tue saleof theHo.
    Aini'.. 'i i t, (idr.-n.3 e.25 it'. tel Lanier will take place Saturday
    J. 1 ;Iown and wifeof i.-ui-vill H morning, and it is expected that C. A.
    !.' It,.- .lel tl.. i-it.n : .,- Hunt *,. :ei,'iM-iL Ls.,* I t,, Aaa. y. one of tie principal bidders. When
    \ H.R. do dnt. Iidrnd fItiy ind| Aseen about the rumor that he would bid
    1I. V. -tll :lat-t ,i ( It." tr- It i ('t'itainly ratifyin to) thte on the property, Mr. Newcoimbe said
    ,;.>i. 1 .it l lh 'le'i -wi. ei'i=e-. I l )li te) k oi'4)w 411l o)1: liCili ill that it would be iecessarv to wait until
    1tl,- lalid whoi p;i-f I)t! raid to hb. Saturday and see what would be done.
    I '. 1-. Mc\V a i n:i;- a!, ..' -- '-..'i-ro s I ti h nti i,,- y ;int -uirlerinz. The property will oe old at public out-
    "\l-l. \.1- ililjn4- ,, ,it gli. -:- .: I& .M 'i; i.t.; ) i is i-\;o\- .ry )>, (' ;l- iri .tlion. ICotli, .- w ill brain g.
    LI.1 i :. W IV litt-. I .N l illr (',i!-. i'ti. aiv.* iW;aly ovor
    v..i t ti ll-- i-n ;An. iil *n li tIiai horttl of tliis reat j DufTy's M alt i- better tli ii ni(-di-
    .I I,':. t:l-V on t *- I. .! **\.i -. i"t(l S, '"i ; kiin win :: it :s ab olute.ly
    '1 :,- -!lia ,I ..I tit nhLi'|"-: I'link- thi- .\- : i;i. ltrro schiti-. H oi rsir -.iie-.s- .. t ( m* iii- tii' l i A d i'l. l .*c i li-'ilt ld ,,l .. 11 di-,as s ,f fl, T lroat, C hest ,- ry-l- I l t >, l.'oI).-l M.ortv : *..
    ;.:ilt l.'tn .I .ar,* -ii. l ] y eiti-d ilt i-. ou l .
    I e--< .iT ld o ii.'.: w t.ich W l li tia < ,11 W A e A I'A le:ilio't. l)ruli I I.. *' M. l W a t-. ; i- t an ir livieta-il.
    I li I- he ti. niu MAl .it 'i t .: 1- lt-liug *1-- ., ln t ^;2a lr,., trit,-l bottle,. 't*n lit 1s-ii 1t- ;:\\ It) tith - i
    l l I1 II I- U t 0l"- t- T (l f'. ilitr,. (iec. ." ..
    i.-< .t.l 1 it- to'tltlivy ill yal d to,k- :- i' -i ** i:!tl M I. -v-ery Ir:l,e-t I .\\:>lit '. l-' r 1 '. \\ diI.-
    a V. Po ttl,- -.'il:l-ti it -,-d. ir i,' itc refiliiend( I.;/il. Aiin W% iii -t ait e ilt-.e
    i lorn i il te...I L -liBrown nil
    !:,. itl i.. ( C niley aid II. F. l 11,.i:niit:a r-" at l-" ,.I'Ie A r, H- i, aW 1. .r ...
    -jitt.- we-i.- ia;iil.-d i4ut on the ima- i4 1-. r'e lat ..
    ,fit- wk i% tl i. I ,.,f li i t z o: lt l lt. i al at(h-l. ndtli!-. i.-nt F, \, ai :.l.1 .
    *p i ali-. C A .l CALL AND INSPECT I l.- Itini il .1..ii. i-:||.r A <.,. Mr- t.--
    ('4 ,A i I (,1 ,., ) t,,c tpi>,-u>r t.> t lit. 1.il lilt.i ni ,lii.t
    Itdepo ( If w hilei procet-ding i i t'1 1 I-;lnitl.! -ltu Ap|il *. A. 1t..
    P..ilat.x -treet ye-t-i LJ y alteru,,,,tn l.in offcI ri al d i li - Illli-. :. r ,,,l hi, )n,.. w .k f,r
    :ini r't;i i utri : t it- b .I)STF A I) :it " -.i' -k -; i i.
    1 1.1l"..'. IJll l.a t f.%r.c -. iHI 1,- k.p- ,ipa r lwhliPliv l ill tle'
    Hs, I;t. MNi.. ,dit,.r ,f Ta llam ia riture iom pans,- "" ^ V.
    ,tfle- 1 3.a .'.- ,licit le.- E%.'t uiir 1.4 1wC-. lerk Ic-ak I irluitt('cotrt;
    Siv.ed ii re .-itvy il-t itigilt aF.d took Five Thousand Rolls ) # -pu. Cl rk.
    4 oin- :a tll.'- E-i'I.it llit c I .-:i't:i. "'In.. F,-b. -' tIlo. tnilawiw
    ,oi W all lPa er ill -te'k. all of the la- .......
    Thel : af; i noon train .li l; .tter a or- t ltte allI l ire c liniii in li. i-'irt Jtd i 4 rcuit f i.loiida.
    Sdiy.. arrive li, ret :ia out o 'cl .k, I' icet- fr.-ni so.' t $1.7-5 is,'r lo l,c J. I'. ; i'ileit 'll- iir of l ,cri4o'intli ca1iilIY. itl
    t'ceOllilt I: ( ionn, ti.on- (,l i t e. It,-- Ar (Co. 1,,. 11 N. Pal:afox, .'1ati r. -l. atnl ler livorc. *
    till J nit.- of tihe I.. .z N '.,,e.. ,." 9 '..f t..


    . -W ()rte.'an' -'aoet i- 1 a01" 4 6
    .-.IWai tri-atinee-ae. wi-ll re-tillri
    tiiAlv ra--torf-d to hiealIth.
    4:.t. *ti-;eanid wi-ito 4f St. c
    A rt,;:-tgl-!-at tile Me4-rc'lai
    i owi # a e -tar eef -.-o-i
    : 'T I :11 0 -!tit-' 4.1 i ntii


    -. .'-- w i". e-n nt %
    un lub 'Vidw.1:.Iic, r eesih%%st in srq ie
    tee Smoke DUJRH AM !Ci-',,.""-~.4I~
    te-gars at D'Aleniberte's. IIih I'. e-rh0 o li pil1i't.' Oi
    fl e-la"uIt 'icnc-es'tv c' l c.-~.lvt P4.11It
    VO' 1A)iA 111 Na''. ', ft 1.5'pit ej-r p -I bIie.sbr-.
    Alit. Room Moi~ilditig int #tie' ofc P.-n '.ic'ul t, I'ieci-i.
    Romtoudig A. M. t.N1 MILI. A N.
    n il oi adi -l d i rnt f 1!1(.V, at r 4e.-rk C41r.'uit I rt
    I it Pa ; If X'I cltept_-Yclork.
    1 ii~. iC.l-I icr-:(.i.Jei.iSh ". .11 I l1411a5-"


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    ~ 'j P~ i;t~.nIl~Seat of the Florida Chautauqua now in Session
    Until March 27th.

    -ct~e 2t.e '~rt~ea:e W-t I. .._ insi Resort inWestern Florida. i#,
    w;!,- .*f New A ek l- I'~ i- hun-t -ltittitlo- inithe -Statii' Pun- Vatf'r antid tivi-iiratiaig Clitea-.
    THE -HiT OF AC iOfimrDnTnON AT POTELCHUA-A


    FORBES


    STORE.


    J3 ust Received.


    CiRENS


    D Y!


    HAPPIEST DAY


    OF THE o*


    FLO1IDA CBIATA U1qA!

    Saturday, March 3.


    -ORDER Of EXERCISES :=--
    11:3--'The World Builderp." Illuntrated:
    Prot. H. V. Riehards (Tbe MBagiemn ,oI
    3'ience>; Howara 3. starrett, Ventril.
    2 ::t--lroint nade Concert: Rogers' Goshen
    Bli- 4il.
    3:AXI-C'bildren's liour: Tableau Vivant:
    Picturesque tnate Eff.ets Unider the
    direct ioi of M rs.Fraink tiyton Thomp-
    O*u. uleltetlons by bhaile s dbert
    Grant. the 'nilvalled 'baracier Artist,
    and M. Levant )a-vis., larytone Soloisl.
    7 ::-Marveloub Eulrtralninent: "T h e
    \Vonder? of Water." (Startling exptri -
    inentp. Prof. H. V. Itlchard-.
    "::31 -Moving Pictures. j irewo ksafter the
    E.eninig Se.Msion.

    A Grand Combination
    .* of Talent!. -


    VAlIUIE 1),
    PICTI' lESqUIE.
    H UMORtOUIS.
    and DRBAMATI'C.


    Startli nI Experiieniit iby Piif.
    Itic li:trd-. the MA .i ician ti l ci eicv .
    and ;t Fund of Hi uniol by St:irrett.
    thilt W ih tt-r Vorky t..


    The Children's Day
    Hai hbfln for SixtpIen Y'oar- t i;vio('-
    Ilintees-tig of a!l lS:.turJ.iy
    Excur-6io)II.

    NLY 0 CNT, .. ,:,
    I iv--r .1 ri tii n >nl I nz I ti r l mllti .' nitel -.
    liy Sp"cili T'rrains. ('Che-apt.t nlid I'4-t :\-
    cur-lo ii l the l W \ world. 4' I1,I)hEN -.*.
    r tiiid not 'e>I, ". until af :tr livu ltng *S.--
    stioll.
    NAVAl, STORlES MAIKDET.
    leporred Daily for The News byy
    Mesrsa. A. i. Moses & Co.
    W W ................... H ................. ... l ...
    W u ............ ....... : i u41 tU ....................... 1
    S........................ 75 F ..................... 1 ,
    M ............... ........ Ai ...................... 1 0i
    K ............. 2- I" ......... ..........
    I ..... ... .. .. .... 2 15
    SPirerTs TURPZNTIN-;-r.; cents.
    "Upper Ten" at Euiienei Arbona's.
    DURHAM Cigars are
    the finest 5 cent smoke.
    Try them at D'Alem-
    berte's.

    We are Sole Aenits For
    Kaysvr & Alluini'.-. C(liha. M. N.
    K eilel)' land 4('1e l:tnid Wall lPaper
    Co';. Fill, W all PFaull. Full line
    itf '.iilple.. .1. R -.s & (Co. Nl 11
    IN. Paliarf I'hone. t. 2 -tf

    Handsome pictures, bric-
    a-brac, etc., in endless ar-
    ray at rock bottom prices at
    AMarston f Finch's.
    Harth'ti loiVnly liv r on I )r'.ughlit ;:t
    FutgeniII Ai laonPa'P.

    Furniture at all Prices.


    W\ ar Po sllin diliiif, rioomi t;oblfs
    :it la,r aiii lclp ice.-; aili.o .-t)Ves. he. Id-
    -prilli-s, i:ittings, kitchen -:afe-.,aind
    kithv1'n1ii '.1)jbinat- will t11 1,le b na;il .
    chti-i- for flo ri and dr'av..ri for
    R ithe i n ntii slut ii, :i' !. ta li-w >ro.
    C('ll t11itl xaminiv thln' at 4). M.
    Pr".'.or's lB-t' alii Furniture IHt:-e-.
    The best 5 cent Cigar
    on the market is the
    DURHAM. Try them at
    D'Alemberte's.


    FOR BEAUTIFUL


    RUGS


    : 11 ; ( I It!.: : r i - I f :1 11 J, : i I I ( ,
    :I- W4 11 J- f-vf-l
    I-'a m it ii i L: nt..
    C(Il
    L .Dar By!S,


    THE PEOPLE'S STORE,


    A.


    Schwartz,

    Proprietor.


    --NEW ARRIVALS!9
    OU R 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
    "(,''r//ifm /Ini.m/," famous for fit, style and finish-in


    fact the best fitting Waist in the land.


    dealer or customer can den\.


    This fact no


    You may form some


    idea of our offerings by a glance at our large cxt lusive
    Shirt Waist Window, and they arc cheapir than
    heretofore by reason of our Motto: "Si:! Cii; \ \\li
    T t;RI Y INCRI .\ I.: I ll: EUSINF-.' ."


    New
    Arrivals!


    LUAES AND EMBROIDRIES!


    New
    Arrivals:


    Our ('antre' Table-- ol'- benl:i~ h!eatthiaTirooodali' -f '-Ne~wt
    Th inl--iin Lace, 'anid Einbroiderir'".

    Vo.4.:i~'lvniILaeiIdi g and Inserto-e.


    Point d.- Sp;r,'t, Oriental a:d Plat V al, .'. *.
    ," U ,'li :n :.:!its l1.l01m 11r1 E d inTi. ix yard I, ti htls. w ,r !, "' *, .- t .i't '.


    Sweeping Sale of Muslin nludewear! *
    One LoI t Child's Draw-r-. ihomnie.l and u.'keJ. -i I a I a.. i, ep p:ir
    Size'- :1'. 5 and i;, only............................... .... ........ .',e pair
    ()ine Lot ( C ii:l'- 'rilinitn t! Drawerr, at ( ost .,i-t-k.
    it ne LIot Child's Tri inwoiid uowni- at C'ot Mark.
    O)ne Lot C(hild's Trinimned Skirts a;t ('-Co-t Mark.
    )One Lot Mi-r"' Triniin ed (iowni at (Cost M.tIk.
    Otie Lot Ladies' Trinii ed Ch('iniif worth ::.-,: for.................'t0c each
    One L,,t Iadiies' Trini -d tCambinlric Chemli isp, worth 7. for....... l'c each
    One Lot Odds and Ends@
    In Ladies' Skirt-s arid Gowns to Clos' O)ut at Cost Mark 'Price.

    J. M. HILLIARD & CO.,
    -Matralfaturer liand Dealers in-

    Carriages, Buggies, Wagons and Drays.
    eg-Repairing Attended to Promptly.z @


    :-p FAST (.AItf)EN 'ST.


    VEMSAVI''A. FLA


    King Carnival


    NN'i II -.,-eti ho I herr'. a wIt., e ''e'i~t-t' v* :1
    xvitli th:- teakirrir ro-mIii tsar.


    Spring


    Goods,


    I ~'I 11c t,,mv iEnltire s-toe'kti-f %Vi-u?- dg at
    Il G iomd-Aarrivig';ioe aa Isd ,' v I ;: 111" ee .
    Ill Xeiwill fiind a e li.,k. l- 44l'1: ; ~ i-'-

    JUST REU.EIVILED e' Nw,;rt-. Ln f 1 M .-.lg
    Shirtr-. ate.l .iea. B. St HctIIat-. AtIII ,jot S. t bl-~.
    S"till 1l.ave' :4 few cit thu-c' 1I. st S-et-E11. Shirt-. i- 1 I.: z4 it
    w tiI.'h I ali i'.fnt-aIteE,-eljevt" fecr u. t.o;-:it4 '. -c I J:.,o tati
    *12' al'..&M. s' i- oetue .- i cX 'ilf. a-.0; v'c o-c-


    ,:)-J'os. CCL":IA,


    -- e- lI'2~ -~


    Roses- -Carnat-ions.


    Carr,-!Ion,, 75c per -ioi-n. C.-r
    A m er.c 3 n Be ,uIt I P,'73 ):"0 1,-)'1S.OOG 0
    All Utthcr Ros,,c$;-50. to S1.73 rier dozen.'


    100 Rolls China and Japanese Matting. To make OPERA HOUSE!
    room for this Shipment we offer >o.ioiNi ioiytm


    MOM AR~q R 00.4 1; M P 0: of a t *' p ANNE


    .l11 Riumnants on band 18c Matting, 14c yard.


    at 10c yard.


    25c Matting, 18c yard,


    - -Pnr Ward-
    $~~ 7.00.


    Laritst sttoti of tamls
    in IN City.


    35c Matting, 24c yard,
    while it lasts.


    Thi large Aim
    Chair, $1.75.


    Tuesday,


    March 6th. p I ia


    LEWIS MORR!SON',S
    Co. lftc- and l I Ii -ortit 1 I W' It ';

    Faust
    Wit t, it. M :eju ticj.- at icc rriceal and $q'e-i~ c
    FT.flcI- mRIA it-s Mar' .-iemM :4teir% -

    0ORI(; IN AI1, COM P ANY!
    CARLOAD) OF ~(NfY


    DEvrytifin New But Ihe Name!


    Baoo Casel,
    $5600.


    C7RIEW -IN"IViut 6-
    .~~NE IT H vF~R hcaptain.nwnf-re
    nor vorn.i gnpp of t h- I t hk 1)uf-
    I uuminiw~iIbe.'rpueponuatiie for


    So


    A. FRIEDMAN, Prop

    AGENTS FOR


    High-Grade


    Liquors.


    SII.VEt BROOK. 'PRIVATE WT ClK I;'N IIARDIN S0I 1-M.\.1SH.
    VERY FINE: -FRIEDMAN'S CELEJIHRATED OLD PiR'VATE
    STOCK. 12 YEARS OLD: ()I SILK VELVET. KEN-
    TI ('KY'S PERFECTION OF PURITY. AND
    LOTS OF OTHER .:RANDS WHICH
    SPACE WILL NOT PERMIT
    TO MENTION.

    P"The LarzTet and Hei,: Sl -et-d. St #-k of B it:|l- Whisc"- .alj
    Wines for Family I'se.
    THE JUG TRADE IS OUR MAIN SPECIALTY.


    THE


    30-inch Rugs, $1.25-New Lot.


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    THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY,MARCH 1, 1900. 7


    i WE ILL PiA7E

    S ON SALE~- *



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    Feb. 15,



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    CONTINUED ANXIETY

    ABOUT LADYSMITH

    Lord Roberts' Victory Cannot
    Allay Dread of Losses.

    FULLER OVLR SANGUINE


    It1 i 1 ,114,t~U21119 11. tv. v r, Ilalt tRI b.'rts
    1%Iu1sllazaijig to .4,I ~rlit tile
    Vo:oirt by iDr..isig 011'die I1aers

    N~ '', 1Feb. -'.-General Bnl'.er's
    V.'LUI :: tile tremeiiulwu', res.l~nCe
    be 1,4 vncf-unt.rizigin hi-j c~'".rrsto

    teres: uiiit a stL-ort turn, from ccfllpa.-
    c-ent tcontemiplatioin of Lord Roberta'
    v..( tory to a realization of the serious
    ~cnuixlons still ex-PtIng in Natal.
    TuVw.0 h Gener~Al Iui-er's lengthy die
    patcii iit construed as a victory bravely
    won. tlile cowiuander of tile forces in
    Nailhad iso olten reportedly similar vic-
    tories without acbievinsE his MAIU oh
    leec.ive. tnat the public has learned to
    (tintain Itselfunut:. La~dysmith isl really
    reiive~. %h'e the' long 141: Of OiLSUal-
    tio-s irivjr~abir t()i!(4wtiuc any ippareut
    Wa:Ln tI (PGrieral Bulier !s aiwa's mon.u
    t:'tne-i with (2FC11 and anxiety wbicb
    temporariiy r-1 LAis partial buccelssts of
    Ii .i'. .'er. it is tne g?flrai.V UacI pted
    la.'. i it (irn4-zrai l'u.!r is determined
    (i ,. 6:it rai l Xa.- this time and
    'l.:"it.:21t-e stnae 6 re- di'.appoiutitagiy
    *.v.I::e nt ;i'M corii en i y awaits


    *~ ~ :: .- t 0 1. W 44 1the IB .ers
    .r .TN..* tr '.b~' ar he

    *~~~~nfe W.r.I.',j~' Vth the adeji-
    n:a f. il it'I or: .*i 1ri.;ovors at
    B. ill>' .eV. y 4- it 1,t-a Itri u mb1111 er (if
    !:,e-liI.t1P l Ue bV 107i 11 i-erts neariv
    4e:c31 -',4' ,' 1
    Tno a r ti c'U l0d~w*'pa-r', (cnini-riflt
    on tl;(- :- r,-; f V.i 11i;4 :r ', 11U i' i ilt lit,
    larinj,: -tre:-S ion 1 ra.lali try of
    the ana..iatis. who. acetirtling t~o"
    I'a~~eirspecial were -wtuallv hfizri-
    Ing hand t', hand in tho B oer treneutes
    wheti G-bnerai CronyI surrendered.
    through tiiis !-carccalv zree.s with Lord
    Robert%' tii'.p1tcb.
    Lord Roilwerti has torvwarderi an addi-
    tanal iirt of tae Bri'ishb4 asualite-'. ur-
    in:g the three dait. II f ntin g at 1'aarde-
    berg., i-nowiag 1:. tl-)-, 5 wounded
    and icur uix-suzg anid incundirng seven
    oflicerv and~ four Canuadian Iprivatett



    C i,I4it d f eoi4'ir an v &''.4 (aairthat~


    c I I I I it itI Ill. c by1 C(a1 Vott aui- 4
    F. Cll:vyVFI& #I ,&1I~t'dox.0
    IfllN .a:,r (ii.'ii ta kniiii-,
    F. J ti. Prseo 1;1.-,,.. 1-7)ttlp 1441t
    ibl ail Iogi.t...'l4-1133iollsandt *
    !II :uII'l.iv f; o.inlI *too1(a.. 't.I ie '111% t.


    HOUSEHOLD HINTS.


    WhalesomehWate-

    I~ 4 tjIf.t -iiV- !!:to)f rli t' W t4
    I4 I.,riitheIo).' t .i' 4I'eit :, 'l Le "p tb-i
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    It i-lI'i I l* 'it, m i t, wtiore l. 1 1 s


    vi v ourt her ujntT2itajy i :I I I I! I

    t 1 u .Iiinb1)i permits. (-c. Ad-
    I-- a .m WU' rrm'o,


    ODCATtCT FOUGHT FOR THE


    HUMAN



    BLESSINGS
    A skin without blemish and a body lnour-
    isbed with pure blood. Such is the happy
    condition produced by CUTICURA SOAP
    and CLUTICURA Ointment, externally, and
    CUTICURA RESOLVENT, Internally. in the
    severest cases of torturing, disiguring.
    Itching, burning, and scaly humors.
    Sold eervwhere Pnec. Tu, r.1.St: or". (CrTit, A
    &, Av. i .i"< T -rI r.. c ,J RVi%.L. t .T(ha llIt'lz -c.
    PUTTR.. I>1 A 0 .. C" '.,ole If'.f , Prp B .Un.
    ai*- How to Cure iamn," C-pe book. tree.
    CURTAIN RAISERS.
    I. .isai I tr .'.i : h : of .1. !! Drew,
    has i fal 4 r Nat ;.'. *!. 112- i::l i l':1 v itt' n
    called.] **\ i : '.' \\" 4 r '' *.' '
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    Flag Be Insulted.

    MEXICAN PRIDE HUMBLED

    A Lively IHow at a. Guaymas Flag
    i Raising, i-ultuing lin the Death f
    Three Amr-rinns and Five Mexicans.
    Red Hot 0Patriottsni.
    CHICAGO. Feb. 28.-A special to Tne
    Tribune from Gasyman, Mex says:
    On Washington's birthday a shoot-
    ing affray occurred at Pilares de Tierra,
    i n which three Americans and five Mex-
    icans were killed. From accounts it
    appears a friendly feeling had existed
    at Pilares and in order to do honor to
    the United States it was arranged on
    Feb. 22 to raise the flags of the two re-
    publics together on the flag staff.
    The Mexicans had charge of the af-
    fair and raised the American flag above
    the Mexican to the complete satisfac-
    tion of the Americans, but when the
    Americans showed so much ap-precia-
    iion of the act the Mexicans found they
    made a mistake and decided to lower
    and rehoist the flags with the Mexican
    flag on top.
    Then the Americans declared such a
    transaction would be an insult to the
    American fltg. SuperintcndeDt Dan-
    fortm to.d tho Mexicans they wn ud
    hayv' to shoot him before they couli
    haui ( vu the A:erican fiag. It was
    held thit t ttl otiL.i;' shou'i have tecu
    hoiret-,t pr,;'er.y in the tirst place.
    Tii.i t --xican were ab,,ut to mob
    )Da,!:ur i h-'ri ('har:cs lllu;setr. who
    w.t- wv.th ith- rough riders in Cuba, In.
    t-er:.';i, t ( %i wNi a Eix sn .'it:er In eacil
    S i.1& 'li t1,. !trolu b.tulii i.ia3 Illll8ied-i.
    atlIv t 11z-l-< .tr'1 i. 11 ett wa i n ll>R;a tlv


    kit, .i,. .4. n l anViu:i a Ii I)ici he'.io. two
    other Aeiet'r lcans. CL mr iiiylly
    wunuilei. L;t the Ainericanis lield the
    flag p4'le ant; Lo:n fla:is fli.a:ex through-
    out theo (4.'v.
    Fiv A Mex:',.ns ere k:il'ed ard the
    hdaieiI- wuluh ,'wA1 trI have Ti,.Towed was
    ;a stlure', ai, 1) M1ex,'ai:s atteinied. ani
    there wv.,:'t -4.. tUiiai n:il: a dozen Amer-
    icaus in couditiou tor dancing.
    ian t iil I- l'' r < il.
    LONveN, Feb. 2' -A dispatch from
    Kimi.rley says its inhabitants have
    planned to erect a statue to Cecil
    Rhodes, in recognition of his services
    during the siege.


    , .^ Y r1.. ......1'..2,, *,',: WEEKLY tMCHEDUL1;
    I .'-I ~' I !; ( IFOR STEAM DIVISION
    l,,1:.: .t". I .iI ,.i .!. A.i I- .1 ih, j PENSACOLA IkLECTRIC TERMINAI
    S. 'rl, l. ., .'' I .'- i- '1,t '-. :1. i RAILWAY COMPANY.
    I,: t, I .:' l.ai' h'.. I',,. ';i,41 I Vy l.av Trains leave Pensacola for the Littl-
    :,-lt.ti;i. |_ Bayou, Palm.tito Beach, Warrlngton, Navy
    .. ,- ---- Yard and Fort Barraucas at
    'The Geographleal 'enter. |:i a. ni. arrive at Fort Barrancas 7:15an.
    Thl 'i exact .rgee.i... iiil.el Ientr of thlie 1 :'00a.m. arrive at Fort Barrancas 11;:4ia.iD
    S. ....... 4,) ip.m. arrive at Fort Barrancas 1:45 pn
    I I Sta 'H<-. I 'i"fl~tlil.inil t:ill la:lilldi:ill XI't.llv i1's. 6:15p. m.arrive atFort Barrancas 7:l1p m
    ,8:00Xp m.arriveat Fort Barraneas 8:45pif)
    i. a. ".''t inl K'nlls-;s ali.out 241) 1iil's Trains leave Fort Barrancas for PeDba-
    lotrIh tif til' pl, illt :t w which thl)(e bouila- cola at
    .... .. 1 7:p a. m. arrive at Pensacola ...... : :15 Ia. n
    I'n" 1K 1)I 1 ~-'tS. 4 11Kiliilila aliutl h' lu Il- 1:)Up. ni. arrive at P'enaacola........ 11:46 p. IM
    l:.,I 'i t rilt 't. 2:4() p. in. arrive at Pensacola ....... 2:465V p.
    15:)111 p in arrive at I'en-acola 7.4;) p III
    ..- -. 7:li p. in. arrive at Pw.nsacolt ...... 7:46 p. n
    T1'.,, l~.i\w r \hr ll!,,vs, lis btilSiln4-, t15:415 p. ni. arrive at Pensacola..... ... :k) p.
    l. n. s t il," Ili,,i s ,f a :1 ;ri:t ,I :ll; In t tc 41 l ltrd ,only .
    i '1 ;:4- 1.- N'" Leave P'ens.A'oiA Lv Fort Itarrancas
    A :tU' r ,i 1 I' ii 4 ,; h,.' i L t x .. t '. l!,". 4;, "r < ,i s : Tt4 ,!. --- .1 n. --
    I..1p.m. p.m.
    C'!lil'i N 'X%\ < 2 p. m Illp. .
    p. m 4 p.m.
    "l l,'1l ,lv-pl-, i.t for ",4 4 N"P.M 5 p on.
    -"p.i P.m. Ap. m.
    I y- ,p-i,. ('Cire. It .tr v iui:ii-di- FARE FOR WEEK IAYM.
    :itO rli, f. ''wo I'<,ttl- prlrd1ii-ii.d Pensacolas to Fort Barrancasa-d return 4.'<
    iflli 'v] -I ', i.- "" It Writ, I H Pensamcola to Navy Yard and return ;'.'K
    n l. rit" I. ensacola to Palmetto Beach and return l5c
    \\arresn. Al ii', \\i. It (iL -t FABE FOK SUNDAY
    wh ", #st and et oai t f !oa fto .rt arrancas Navy
    H :. l- Ilarnii:i y. J h pp:iru I a ard and retur ....... ..... .............
    :iA I S. KLl;n. Pensacola to Palmetto Bease and
    . .. __ NoO fr-iht r.>-iiv d after 1:15 p. m.
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    INK LiN I BEER!


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    Geo. Pfeiffer,


    Agent,


    Pl:NSA () -.A.
    TTY it. (hi Lii at all "al.,s





    t014same d fea Cs ih'~ nic

    tneSOLD BY ALL. DRUGGIST


    CURES WEAK MEN FREE.


    IIave It Frue and hIe Strong and

    V gorous for Life.


    1N SURE


    LOVE AND A


    HAPPY HOME.


    L. W. KNAPIP, 3M. 1).


    Allt'-. 'DIr. IL. %' 4 knapp. 24. hu1111
    phhIdi rg, I''1- 44)7 it1)41 It,-'k% A.I
    i.-I td4\ w .4jt1 444f4,'-ro-c.ipt 4.'.n full ditir.'-o
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    tIl~ll. en- fort',uorI- t-1 XEru-c.,rdI I.'aN. 11.it .


    OpTHEH-


    ALLIGATOR


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    %:.is)OPPOSITE UNION DEPOT. t


    W. C. NORMAN, Proprietor.


    Telephone No. 46.
    ai-'a


    --+ THE CHOICEST AND MOST POPULAR BRANDS OF+.-




    -.---BEERS, ETC.,-4-
    Ii WOOD AND GLASS, LAR6E OR SMALL QUANTITIES.


    WING HOP& 0., S OR


    -Imnportrs an l) Dealers in-
    Chinese and Japanese
    *-zFancy Goods,=*
    FINE CHINA TEAS.
    No. 31 ouitlh Palaf x Street,


    Laiiitnlrv Ofiep


    For Sale.
    Steam Saw lll complete
    anid practically new, to-
    dethe i with twvo-story build-
    Stl' .),; b/ 1, 2jfeet wit/i new
    ia1,lvanit:cd steel roof. Filer
    :" Stowell JMachinery. Ca-
    pacity tt. enty-fire to thirty
    thousand feet per (a/If.
    Slardain for ri1'h t /tary.
    Ow e? ('!one out o0 'J nu-
    i'adtutring business reason
    for selling. For particu-
    lars write.
    ; l," LEE DA.XIELL.


    PEN.-S-A('41I,A. FL.A


    tnrmrrU iW #%#%A l bnek tn'o% #% I .


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    IIENNLAN[) RYE W1hISKY.
    itRO OK KI LIS01'R NIAS".
    Y'Et,T;)WST(ONF,' RYFE WHISKY.
    ATL'fANT'A IlRSWIN(lNt~IOPANYS
    CEI.EBIRATEl) BI' ER- K i..' .-. l~rla'L,F.s


    SOMETHING NEW


    .EVERY DAY'-


    HALL & KLEIN'S


    Mammoth Retail Grocery,

    502-504 SOUTH PALAFOX ST-,
    PolihOicxxco 3030.

    i P s",t i..-. N,.w :ild old. :tr. (',r li- ily lIv th .ii Iti ni

    A. M. AVERY,
    (2-oosMr ao 0AWry Wo for.)
    IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF


    )ILUU fIULUI c4UJ IW UbLUIUW1L EHardiw are
    ALL ORDERS SERVED ON SHORT NOTICE Iron, Nails, Azxe, Shovels, Saw Mill and teamboat Supplies, Cooking
    AT ANY TIME AT REASONABLE PRICES. and Heating Stoves, Paint, Oila and Window Glas,
    S!ooms for Ren by the Day, (leek or onthi. ; Agate and Tinware and HousefurnRiShing Goods.

    311, 312 North Tarranea Streit, Opposite Uniso Depot. Guns, Pistols and Fishing Tamkle.
    0O-Teiephone 68.-0 ,' AGENT for Birmingham Rolling Mills Company, Revere Glant
    ---*GEO. WILSON & CO.,.-- Stitched Belting, Northampton Emery Wheel Company, Laftin & Rand
    .. Powder Comnainy. Johnson's Kalsomine. Iron K i-eandR ur ,,t. ....


    STARS AND STRIPES end nd Addrss To-d---Yo Can
    ___ Send N. me yand Address To-day---ou Can


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    4 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MARCH 1, 1900.


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    t-urcting tie n-CC\ A V h-Lo -t itu:,il.(
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    Satow" at Ithe Post omcee at Pt usacola.
    71V_ 4 m O5aml-clabs mat ter.
    Gwriew: Pitt Building. _111., Soutb Pals-
    JIea Sret. np-ttalrb.


    THE W1W.S PUFL!BHIIG 00.

    Terms-invariably ini Advance.
    OneYear byMail
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    THE WKICrKIY ]hEWS:
    Publith#ed e-vt-ry f rida.:'at $1.1 ,p'#r yeuir

    TELEPHONE NO. t18.

    Advertising Raefs Furnished on A~ppi:!Z'een0.




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    Thus paper is ou fiue with the
    M N OS ADVRTSING CO.,
    P p 88"&Uilig. St. Paul. IMann.. wber
    .-dbr. adrertisers and others vzn
    eZ&Ww t saud wbeie estimates winl be gi veL
    wf~DV- Or QgNaRAL. ADVIERT16SNG

    mUSA0oLA. MA:ECH. 1. 1900

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    Cares those eruptions, boils and pimples which are so likely to appear in the
    Spring; cares scrofulous diseases in their most tenacious forms; cures salt rheum or
    eczema with its dreadful itching and burning; cures all stomach troubles due to
    generally weak condition and impure blood; cures debility, sick headache and
    " that tired feeling," which just as surely indicate that the blood is lacking in
    vitality and the elements of health. Hood's Sarsaparilla

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    stae were figlittag In favor of two prices
    for text books: and In support of the-zr po.
    sition these eduicators brought forward a
    great variety of argunientt'. not one of
    which waa. however. worth the paperit
    wasavritttenon. Many ofthilloleading tedu-
    cators In a ll states are tbe iege-n~r.tf ibt.
    American book company, and if Alaharuz
    is eve; to tpe freed frem the pri -e% 01 ID)-
    copoly. and xi to have ttlt bor.ks on the
    teryn- itat Ut~ peopl- of Indiana or Kans~sl
    g-.t b-. them. bt people of tb:. 'stitt- flius
    e t-ct ieig...iazrs who will not ~to t
    -ieading seducators.-
    ThE- agitation in M isais-ippi g w*s P%-:* to
    anotbtr legislature, two years *i-r~ct. and
    the American Book company w.11 %ork Itbe
    state as one of ai% ricbt-.t rie-ida in tb., in"&-.-*
    tVme. It can inake in the intervtnini, two
    Years eliough to justify &ve-ry lihra!
    It lefn the n.-xt Wtugagle cumet ofL.

    Dr. Small's Coagh Ny'wrie ar"any raweof brom
    chtajti. lun.g afftiction and izrivp'-. Pbysi
    ciana pre..eritw this ro-Laghl. re-me-dy. andI
    druggz-t- recommend it: be-caue~- at i,.-'.r
    fwisto cure-. tan costs tbut :!'jctr~ts a titLetC

    BARTHOL03114Y BEER
    Has no f.qual. It is absolutely pure
    arid is fine in flavor. Euge-ne*ArbV-
    fla se~ll it at ttic, Gulf ~1OI

    A QUIET HOME WEDDING.
    Mis UnteawIe Pasit-k and IL U Wil-
    kins, Unitvd in Martiage.
    Mi'ts 3ary Estelle Pollock and
    Mr. Richard Evani- Wilkins wer,-
    united in bonids Aof 1matrimony at VtL-
    homue&(if the-- bride. 131 Ea?.t ri.-lit
    -trpe-t at *-:A41 )*cle)ck la!: fli.0t. fRpv.
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    t i- e i Ili. efliciatnw
    Was a (1 ~4,1,t hoine ~-d~~.ir:
    re- it *aii(I em-o-jpl-r- it a.1fr1-1d. -a
    4)1, tt-.0. 1) id.- h'-i::z pre-,erlt.
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    Investigate the Convertible Term Contracts


    .I- Fti"t11ea11 aIMaM r ArzIIt-.
    rIThe re-ids aenoftJ.bCe(uatherine at: 1M t a
    The Short Month Nearly EqualsIThe re..was a neotableC.Gunterine at Old Peunnu u lLife Ins.uo.
    January. M~vd -l.o e.2.10.teDAVID EDREHI, *!" 6 A
    occr-onboing the 74th birthday of,: ..1E L '1
    Mrs. Gunte-r. who.&e descendalaztz. all__
    told, nnmnher %4, Fevsnty-fuar fhvi ziv,
    Decrease in Lumber &and Tim her and sixty-or e of whon, tovetf er
    Shipments AlImoot Made up by w~th seve-ral friends. were p-etto
    AUricultoraI Producia; and Marla. enjoy the 0..--in thing-- prcovidod for, --h
    ithe occasion. I would menetiohn
    facturva-Interebting Cunapariaoaah. am')ng the friend-i pree-rmt tapt..zteli
    Theforignexprt rad oftheTthos. Hutchinson. W. H. Hlun bin c
    Thre foel ofexplrthtlr ade ofntheason and Misia Annie (ijnges a f Pen-*.
    por fel of sighly astnuoth.as acold and C. L. Wiggins and wife'
    night have been expct-ced in the? of Pine B.a-rren.
    ihortest month I,-* the-- year. beuthtie I A lceiig table wiaz Qpread with ei Lr*:*-
    de-cea--- i v-luat~rAwas mlvthiu'zs toc-at and we are- witne-.-t- TI)
    phe-.ent as thp done pthe 'dinwn-r. H.eiw- jl iiMI
    CI'C t 2ye rce-t -~ c- rn~are-d with -I-. b#-fore- be-iv.r fully adrnitte-d to
    J~tcniarv-. Ol( in, I hg -- f tiri:.-.the tcirptintr di ,-I,- of V II-i~i W fl
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    !i'21 !tii~brazc ::ibz- en OrirIito addre`-- th%.tie- Ro-vt. -N.GA
    Wa- rIt-- r!v r Ze- ',eij Iby.an'] In- B,'et.r ,,ori-l '-fllw
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    Secretary.


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    ('oinfort(tble tattres.se.y,
    pillows, etc'.. to (o with y our
    pewi furniture. )'ou can
    bit/ the whole outfit front
    lIJrston (" Finch.

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    i;;i ,,f N -wark.Mi .. I, thie civil l w IPi- tl,e- Iri- t)t th- pmibl;c rem :tir.-
    \V r. It i-'u -d i; rrible- ;ll.-re t' (- -:'.iia tint, -ly: 1(:)I- dollar perl
    S..it n.', :r.**:ttin -Itt he-lpe-d tf r 211 I -. 'tlI. -ix bottl,-; ftr five d<,llar- .
    y*-ar-. Then luticklen'- Arnica 'l' ;ahe ad itiin e-poken of albve i-
    ve curefd hium. Curu- ('out,. directed e-p-cimally to the relief of
    Br;i-p-<. Bur ril. n .Felon Cer :e i i:li:.9-tioil in it* varii-d forrni-
    S-kin Erupztiens. Best Pile cure on With proper die-t ith. Tonlic will
    -;trth. '.' ". ;t; I,)ox. ('ure guarani- cure the wor.t formli- of thiq tor-
    ,**--d. Sold by W. A. D'Alemnbe-rte-. entireige affliction with its hundro-dl-
    Dru- :giuts. of ob -cur --ymiptmn-.:,ofte re-f* rred
    to oteIlr oirganlis than thte stomatci,.
    Cleaning ladies skirts and waist By thi- addition. its virtues :Is a
    i-e on- oif ,our specialties. tar Iaun- iLroneral tonic and itvirorator a 1l
    dir. blood purifti-r, are not impaired i:1
    .- .- hle least. No better medicine can
    All the best brand of lquors at be found for the relief of those di--
    Eie-;,- Arblna's. eases that are so prevalent in tile
    -pring month.
    W ho is RadI take thi opportit to tnk
    W ho is Rfaderk I my friend! for the support tley haive-
    ivern this Tonic, and promise that
    Ta*'o ia thea l viint1 iMountain \fin T.-; ... ..m..


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    THE GU'NAER FAMILY RE NION.:
    SA Happy Gatheringol Sixty.One Mem
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    8 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MARCH 1, 1900.


    Drinking

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    is drinking for health indeed 1


    The UlorIds Triumph. oflMaster Broving

    c~cn~Beer is thoroutihWy
    ~* icrrcn-ed and of rit'c ade. it. never
    giiakes you bilious as-young beerdJoes.
    it rurisesinvitforates and
    Atones. A:T- for ~on
    draudht. -rder x ca-.-c for homec.

    ThE CHRI1STIAN 5{j'c1 .~EWING CO., e-INC',NNATI, U.S.A.

    L'9' %V t B E AL 19 IP.. W1Iv'.esale De;:1' '*. ''e-i 1C111


    MINING CAMP TRICKS.


    WOULD-"'T I,:TFCDUCE HIM.


    One lustmare Whe-re-n a 'icnemeWorL- TL~e I c.,unr 'z. '.,'a ir 'r.u~
    edI he' V.. rong V .. n%. %in1.- X'-I- a*i~i'~~ttlJ


    "T!:, r- is a -re,::t the o; 1'< .:.:' 1 h;: .:;:." s :. S. : :* I
    M ott t ,f l.ti-' <'.ty. Id n:.. t en : I
    think flr-riti **' i.::il ;i" : 'ir t i 't .'
    p rol.:t lly I .ol r< *-r il t i ';o r In thL. a m ining c'li:ll I l.iv' klio,\wN tw*r.''
    have always l,-vn ihir;-.s that ith,-,,
    working a vein lihad golie through iilt'
    the next claim in tai;.ing out lihe ol'e.
    and eoni;e.iluently wire taking out
    what wastit tlit.rs. These In:lnms It
    'was alx-ways dill-ult to sub.stantitil'.
    for the reason that the offendtir, of
    course, would not allow the offended to
    enter his workings, and without a sur-
    vey It would be Impossible to make out
    a case. Every subterfuge and excuse
    possible was resorted to to get Into a
    suspected mine.
    "I remember one case In an apex of
    a vein suit. where the workings lind
    been temporarily shut down and a man
    called 'Johnny ('ome Lately.' heavily
    armed, was on guard. The other side
    had tried again and gain to get by
    'Johnny,' b.ut had always failed, when
    one man. w ho knew that 'Johnny' wvas
    an enthusiasts, hunter, hired an anc-
    quaintano, i if his ti stroll by with a
    gun over his ari antld to engage 'Jolin-
    ay' in a conversation aleoiIt "bar.' It
    worked to a hliarni. and while to w:s-
    ltius enTroise.,d the'y iani:iaged to s-lip
    in and survey the iiinel.
    "Then there \was tlhe tas" of the'
    Last Chan.t- "i:iini 'ase the wtorkiings happenqtl to run to-
    gether, andi lle last 'e 're w torl kil lie t" le v'in frlq. i r "ii-
    idrniauli lli:;t the 'y.1r ovtwners wetre
    ,working froni on top. Knowing they
    would sooner or later break through
    the Tyler lplople lpreltared sinuIlgo -
    that is, saturated eordxuoo)d that w,'ut l
    give torth a tretmendious snioke--x l%,h.h,
    ll-ty hoped, would dr;'.e the I..st
    t'hance Kleople out of tln ir maine. Biut
    Shlien thoey hlinu!ly stet it otiff it went the
    eitherr way maid inade tlhe Tyler wiork-
    ings albsotlutely unteniaile. Indeed tlirte
    #f tlle liiinriis wi, re iercomne and \ \rtv
    cuetd (nly \-iill gr;i-at diflicult;."--
    W York Triltune.

    A Soldier's 0 onfelmun.
    A soldier "at t e fn;i*t." rel'frling to
    lthe fact that ii..iy i \t i won 'tiin army
    nurses are \<'t:rng itail ,g i.i l>oakiug.
    writes:
    "The nunsr.s a:lteil,;i in, us a di.-
    tractiingly hanil'oil, girl with ai ,ire'
    4;reek profile, red dis-h l-rot.in hair i"el
    kind tl :it t.eonis fti!I of little ga.ld>l
    tendrils in the sunlight and ey,. :is
    liquid as a f'awn's. Thie lirsit inu; sil,
    put her lii-:' *r on n \ii rit ii:y p1uls,'
    ran up to at lea',it 17:.. ai1id slne took it
    for granted that I lha:i a la i.!ih f'\x'1 t ia l
    dosed ie a'cmi.-linulyn I tri<-1 rpI-at-
    edly to lure her itot t, oEti\-rs:tili'n. loit
    she wouldn't toe !uret.. Shie wins sirItt-
    ly business. Wie'n I started tio pa:y i
    her compliments. slie wt,'i4t litk >li.i to
    put out my tongue. wi-i wais in it-
    surnounitabile olcsta-cle to con'versnation.
    I used to liel tiler with i:1nv iongri;e t
    hanging out trying to put mIny sril itio
    my eyes. lbu it wIt :1 .> ti N"' ,ri;tli
    can look romiatiil' witlh half :1 f.-. of
    furry red tIonig;e pl.intru!!'liic fri i i:'
    counted nai Fagging li' me s I.'y p iiittIng I ; i'-
    onio peter In tiii rn'tiilh. The lI t w.''k
    I pripos0.e thI ihrl li .' till 's or. r:11 :'.
    I tried to iut -!;- n :'ti :'i hly ,.:;.. ,1
    off mt y de<'lai:at- a'.s h iy thli'.-niii: :i t.etr-
    niorlireter Into liy iia t lh. I got s., *.-
    cl4ed one tntie tl;.t I ca;.nie i':i: v- ,'tn
    lowing a tlh t'.i,:lei it \\t 'i rtl s'< .
    doll:iri S!: 1'.I< n', Ia;I' T '\X 'I ,.
    y I l \V tl .:tll :11 1 1;.. I :::

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    THE ROYAL BCX.

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    i,< u:it I1 .-ith th!e p.wer ,f hi- state "T';es
    mai.n i<. s: al;i.- lie is- "'Ina f ',,rt u a


    : la i l tr wi \
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    i L r i l i I a I a' \ I. n l I i el-
    1il 1 1' ,i VliM .' ;i r : :S! i t. e l, r. i I ,,ii; tI-
    1 I. ti M-; il i ; i .M I' 1tihnr e lii -re-
    t: i;.e I pn kd ,i.llai-ed i l s nit reg:i'rd
    I il I ;.' I litlt c .I t i' h l.n py.
    "1I .M1r. 1e ash e eroo inm: rth eisL l of
    i..'- yl'o x \ inn.:ini s t *iigrnpil'h !'r,. with
    t. hli le :t- s r-';i., a u 1o i ;ir-.u iinuiicitel.
    "yo iu i:w nliw i Mr'. 'i;n r -i 'esu *-lie re-
    plali' pro i inoui ng.~ t lia- "' linrd.
    '.tii I' lhe I poiui liln e'-e it lihit
    a\\.i :" .i a skel lIh ti callter. feigning siur-
    prOis'. "'Oif .coirt s it's his ipri'vilege to
    i'prtrnou;imc'e it aS lie chooses here's no
    set rule fir prono.tincing, naiimes. But
    you know Y-o u-nug-e r doesn't spelll
    Y'ou-tger., bill Youain er."
    "No, I didn't know it," slite answered
    as one wiho dolsut .'are. "But here he
    cont's now. That's hlim going into his
    lprliate oalict."'
    "lx,.i::s i:!w,. l>i:t thi t's not him."
    S "N .' I'ri.,v w1 fiAo Is it the'ii?"
    I "It's l:e."
    'They st re, nt enah other for tean
    s <'t-i't-ll-r. in;h 1 i:'til tie x'.nl'ln inatih '-.lid:
    "'\\ ill ou ini;troil::i'' i:e' ;o Mr Youi;;--
    "N :'" she i'r,'tr;'td. "' in'e yot l seeim
    l' SOi' fw s l :ia: lim ore ;,l':>Iut liii I Ihanu
    I1 dI I think y,!;i'd IeI terr iitrodItce'
    I! ."
    T'! r;*.l- v .n ::n orini';n n click in the
    rn'.ili' of the typ'.v-ritr as the young
    Mnl i'n *'re'I tei' i (i'lint' oic' ana pre-
    s .',i h t':'.r1 -- l-i: I<'hroni icl,.
    Mlint .narlk collectionn.
    ThI i iiitl r l il k collhctti 1-n; t ,]io h:it-
    t 1O intir in tile line tof nu!n sntiatics.
    It i-; I'l .if:1 i' the specialist and lhas
    litil'e :atiratl-:icto f,:" the amate'tir. TIhe
    n)li-ct is to sct'l.re complete gets of pl'r-
    I f'c t s r'-cilln:i s oef .ill the' aoins issueol
    ftm the liffterent rini's.
    A g;ro,:t i:anlt. pejoille ar*' scarcely
    av.are:r tii:it tlt ire is aiy w yiv to) dis-
    tini.:iish thoI t'cwns issn~d from tille dif-
    for.*nit mints. Thly iin:;y not have ino-
    ticdI tlhe small "'" or "CC" lneneath
    ti. e-ri':' ,r nil!,r the wreath. an:l
    showing that tlne piece' wuas coined at
    S:iti rl.'ainc-is'o tor I 'a.u ti(n ('ity. or If it
    I.airs an "0" at New Orleans. Andi
    they may or nma:y iint know that if it
    has ntio mint mirk it conw's from the
    'm"itiher int" iat I'lni!adelplhla. Bult
    tlie mint imar-k collle'itor w ill see tliestl
    littl'i otters in ain instant and is very
    apt to know iust how many dimes.
    itiuarliers. dollars or half dollars were
    tllured out a:t any of the mints during
    a n.v .*ar since 179l4.-MinneapolisJour-
    i:; l.


    F-'o O.rr Fil ty eiars.
    flKe. WI'NSL o'Mwt MOO)THINM4 PYRtP hba
    r.-aen u-ted for over tifty years by mniions of
    mothers for their children while teetthinir,
    with p.-rft-ct euccese. It aiotnts the- child.
    t -oiic. and i, the Iest remedy for Itrorrbh.a.
    It will relieve theb poor little tutTrer im-
    n.-ulately. etld by Druggists in every
    anrt of the world. Twenty-five ceints a not-
    til. He sur and ak for -Mrs. Win-low's
    'o,utthbint t'yrup." and take no other kind.
    rPant nd Prem.esi Artina.
    i'!i re'ghl:d lt in :irl li t :w lin:. who-
    . I, 'II x:: v v\ a;iteln iI i s lile tltr or w ilrse
    i, 1: ; 1.i ; i \. 1:- i ll ; i4li- tel' 1I s t; n'to

    :t v.;;, ,t ;ilr li" i i s !.,>: 'ol' plhio to-
    n'"" ",!i]tly mlli' nn:' pl,;i.gw r growl'n
    SI. -'ill r:iil', .el \\ ii li .-. iis.t impu res-
    s'-i,. I.s fui\ i'r:i' ~. iI most lasting;
    i ii I. I it :1 i. -'l ii:!pi- tsi :)s tlille'xert-

    i: If t in* ::' .s of .. :itcor of todayy.
    :,' l rie g, r (if a p:i-st n-~'runl tioun
    '*,;i:;s oil .M ;;t'rt>i,! < '!;:irles inu and

    ,.. ,.I q~l~iH, iv.,.? i, ,I ,, ;. s of thel tli>
    "It a S ,| I 1rly | .rk
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    B.,'erl-oam li'ie in Qu'en.
    D')eWit'y ',itc". Ha/.el S dle is
    litli'qiu ill-'l for 'il. ., irtimif-t-a mil'n
    .L-in i's .a4ncc It 14 1tho nri,,in'tl


    BRITISH UNCOMFORTABLE.
    Boors' Remarkable TIen ety and ethe
    )Ilegr ?Nw. Ar.- Trying.
    LONDON, Feb. 2&-The war expert
    of the Morning Leader writes:
    Four thousand Boers and five 13-
    prcunder guns. On one side three and
    a half divisions and an enormous in.
    creasing fonce, WitU a mass of heavy ar-
    tillery. Yet the Boers have kept up
    their contest for more mtan a week alter
    Lieueral Kellv-Kennev enught them and
    s:rer General French headed them off
    iheir line ot retreat.
    Many of Crone'In men aot away and
    sivoed ai their araillcry. 'Tuose heavy
    :ut:ini wh:ch were i m.Lde to make Me-
    iiun ;rind i his tteh ;n inipotence
    have misappoared. Where are they
    jk)A ';


    Why. of course, on the way to Bioem.
    fointeiln.
    Tue ;act that one third of the prison-
    ere were Free Sr.iters doea not induince
    :.nIidenco, tut (Geuneral Frenrh will bs
    siile to spare many of his mounted
    troops for the reite: of Malekmng.
    It wouid not !o surprising if word
    had already gono-.irerug Commandant
    -inyiuan to concentrate back of P'r'ro.
    r.a. or rather in Kiariksionrtaad Protch-
    'stiroonu istr'ts. ForC)inel EBadien-
    P1 iwe.i anti lurner. wuen theyy 3 )in
    Irc(4. can tlireatetin tic land and tue
    -~-air:a. taero'a th ear.
    Ladysll.irl h:idi noit vet been relieved
    and tlie very latest new. last nihlirl ii
    far from meeting what we wou di wish.
    Are lilt Bl-ers., lre-umably retiring.
    tei!z rt iziforce(.: Are t.Oey actually to
    ufilauk u-?
    It is iikeiy enough that, if tue enemy
    has got away his bia guns, he has also
    cent bick to the next trout tha men who
    were engaged in removing the guns.
    It (Teneral J.ubt.rr. too. can deliver
    wtiat an Ameri'an general m'gh: call
    "a mule's kick." Joabert will not only
    pet away easiiy, but will aive us some
    trcubie before bhe cears rhe passes.
    ['ofeen.
    This wihdl w .Et orf lrie'iild is the nat-
    Cral hlnomei t' "p.i eni." or illicit whi.s-
    k;,'. Tl is i ii ;ll- :.:;' 1t lonI k-lill'ess aS l
    -li itcl.ss f llit' spot i, hosein lor
    I:i l:ll~i t: i l. lilli .t ilil.aci es,.ilie tthro ilgh
    Ilit liiloullitails mid lno;gs n; lv to those
    who l.now soimei'ling albo;nt tlhe coun-
    try. :ire all iiin f;ior ol' lthe smii ggl'rs
    lC4a piing detection. while its net work
    of inouritin likes aind small irulnitihl
    f'rcains affords the necessary cold wa-
    t,'r for conidensli.;g the distilled fumes
    lit:a) spirit dliri:g lhe li' ooin) ; iproct'ss.
    Iec.ir beyond any "pa:rlianioint whis-
    ky"-bIy whilchi ,.xlprvssionl ie denotes
    that sort which i 'ns p;ail tinl lx imlipos-
    ed y l i i' lirulal S;ixo n gri')niienni--
    Is this ti'ry l liil t It h he i'rt of evtry
    tru, peais:int senl of C'o!!n:iillilt. innl
    I:! l'i[ -r.noo. !" fl"iir :r x. takes its fair s :nire. .\A il. in thi itiiiir-
    e"st of trulih. i; i1iiisot I ;i, hl thatI lil
    tlhf. 'e wh o in;I::: it ltn oist ('un111 it-s
    froiui Kerry to I ron'eg;il. i:'lu~ ive'. art.'
    also fully alive to its sedthctite merits.
    lunde'l. untiliy lte-tors-liocal. or couirs
    -will tell iyo lthat \wvll niatlde poteen
    Is better in sickness t latin lit' aitulter-
    ated we is..y llsni lly rlit ivi;ll ill tihe
    small (i! li poverty. for !i lit' ('Coninemnaira country
    ;it any rate tihe ill.it whiisky is n' nde
    of pure ialt., t lio )h ruinor lias it I;it
    ihe less particular lpal:,te( of I oTie l' I.
    for instan.e. Is s;tisktil v wi;h *i lire
    water mainly mniade fromii ninsas.' po-
    tato.'s lye'. sonetiit'ns from almost
    any other ir-lulish you please.-Cham-
    bers' Jouiirnal.
    rPtrol: on Rimainnl Italronds.
    'Thl' Transs:Ir'annii ra:ilro:id is very
    closely ti:nirde',. I le ilanii'.loglileln t feel-
    in r persoiinailly rev-pinsilole for the Irwo-
    i.le tl:;ey carryy on their trains. The
    Ialad is Iliv;hld iit'o s (ctiolls of oile
    verst' or ti e-*-iliillis of ia mile. In. a
    ln .t little i,'n liouist insi1::lly In a gar-
    dlln. liv Il, g:;:i;rdl :ia Iliis i p'opli The
    Avtergt' friiiily is ai wife and Lite tow-
    lirad.le chilireln. The liusiies were
    ltitlt ly lh' ol.imiit:iMip y an:ild vidently
    with a view tit timoeting lti demands
    of incireasing fainil. s. The uniard or a
    niiin'mer of his family must patrol hisq
    octlion nielht aniil day. HeI I steps to the
    side of tine track as the train ap-
    proaches and after It lhas passed steps
    back into the mlhhil!e of the track, holds
    a small green flag in the air. at night a
    lantern. and stands like a statue until
    the train hlias entered the next section.
    Several Igia rds do duty In the heavy
    curves, and frequently they are only a
    few hundred feet apart.
    Much of thlie track patrolling is done
    by women, who have proved fully as
    reliable as the men. The women are
    nearly always barefooted, and as they
    stand on tihn' I'tick holding the flag
    aloft. a Siberlain breeze toying with
    their short skirts, they are fine sub-
    ject's for a sculptor after a unique mod-
    el.-Siblritn Le..tter in Chh'ago Record.
    Iurled In Dlisver.
    DENxvt, Feb. 2*-.-John Lee Ri'bh
    *on of Captain Jerry C. Rli:tch of Ath-
    'ns. Gi., was buried ihre today. When
    he Pminnute'iie w\.er Orolq ojt young
    lirth went to In f irot i:i ia C'olorado
    'eg;ii..'a antd ;'u n t wvitu c>inapic iius
    -4; i.i r i"r .u'ii .\l.ia i or on yi ve r.
    dI. ni4d '.* 10 nini in D-ev..iVr aince nis
    tcli..ll (U l i I- f. l.!i,:' ,;l. l t[.tl.


    "'I tiink I would go ci-irzy with
    :'ili'i we#,r ir not for Ch'imbprlaiii's-
    Pali In ilti," write Mr. W H. Sta-
    pl-tlnti. Hi-ri-A:iliie. Pa. "I haval)ef-u
    :ll actedd with rhti'iiunati-ni forseverall
    v-...r- anl he t'-v tri-.t remiieli-'-s witli-
    :*'it liiiinlbr. huilt P :.iii H1:Ilmn i- the
    hle-It ai l.itciI I l[aiv ., z:oit hild ,if."
    O nill. ;i5'l.Ii< it oni *. i-\ ,' t l-, p :lin.
    l.',r I vl,- Iry H :,ii ;*:i Bro.. .'I S. Pal-
    tf,.x -.tr--t.
    J. I. Stpt',enis '.:-a lar'.-. ai.' ir -
    ,ii'ntt of '4,li I S rti-'iong SHilver -' i
    Int,, -,r' K iilv- iF.,rks i' l I .....
    1-'a#r t he .Ianuiaty Tral e.
    ('Crave'. Ladie-' Note Paper. m iid
    Envit'e-lop to niatch.
    Cambrid,ge Linen and Envelopes.
    Httd': Parchin.ent.
    Invitation Pa;p-r and Envelopes.
    Linetn Tatblets.
    Frosied Velutn nnd E'ivrlsopps.
    Enli-h Neote: Satin Wove; Tisgue


    prepared from the fre-sh juioe o,f
    Lem-ions. combined with other vege-
    table liver tonics, cathartic, nro-
    matic stimulanlta. Sold by drug-
    gist'. iMk aind $.LiYt bottles.
    For bilous.ne-s aidnl co istiptitio,.
    Fi'r ii(il."e-tioii ; :id f4ul trinue'Cl .
    F-'of-ick and nerv-ous handachiis.
    I o" palpitaitoui ;aidil neart failure
    takt- Le'noni Elixir.
    For sleeplessneissi and nervous
    lr. -iration.
    For loss of appetite and d(ebility.
    For feveris, malaria and chills
    take Le,-inon Elixir.
    I etoiin Elixir will not fail you1 in
    ;,ny ,f tlihe above n;almd dli -e-. 1nll
    of which li r ae fr -mi i tiorpid or di-
    ea-ed liver, tomiach or kidneys.
    n.; c iid $ .1 I)ibottles ;- drur turi-t".
    Pre'pntred only by Dr. H. Mozlvy,
    Atlanta, Ga.


    .lt ihep apiIol.
    I hi;iv jn-it tLakenl the olast of two
    bottlet of I-1. MNlozle's Lemon Elixir
    for nerv,,u-; ho-adaclie, indid e-tioin.
    with ,i-ea.s'd liver amid kldney-..
    'lii. Elixir cared me. I tound it the
    ,'r .at-t Lndicine I ever u e(d.
    .I. H. MENNICHi. Att,'rnpy,
    l_-,- F -trF+et, WVishington, 1). C'.
    Mirpley's |lenion EHlixir
    WV. A. Ja.:ie,. Hell S-tation. Ala.,
    write-: I h aiv -ti r-i- rd irr'atly
    froin inldi.z--tilon *-r dy-p-p.ia, oniiE
    himttle t lLeinoi Elixir done ins more
    good t han all thi imedirine I have
    ever taken.
    MOZLEI'VS LEMON HOT I)ROIS.
    Cures all Coughs. Cold. Hoar-e-
    nei-., Sore Throat. Brochiti-, Hlm-
    ',rrhiage. and all throat aud lung dis-
    eases. Elegant. reliable.
    25c atdruggi;its. Prepared only by
    Dr. H. Mozley. Atlainta.la.

    Buy your wife one of those
    handsome parlor suites
    prom Marston ,4 Finch.
    I will repair your watches and
    jewelry in first-class style. J.I.
    Stephens.
    Medical 1aM lsy. Aiention.
    There will be a regular meeting of
    the Pensaccla Medical Roeisty at
    the Board of Ha'th offlep at
    o'clock p. m.Tueeday. March 13 and
    27th.
    Visiting physicians are cordliall3
    iuvited to attend.
    D. W. MCMILLAN. M. D.,
    President.
    E. F. BK:rcn, M. D..
    Recretarr. 25mt

    If y/oni are ready to fo to
    house-keepin.g, let .4arston
    4. Finish furnish your house
    for you. They ,iill save uou
    money. Your credit is food
    with them.





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    .C. BRENT.
    President.


    WM. H KNOWLES.
    Vice-Preuldent.


    W. K. HYEI. JR.,
    Cashbier.


    J. S. R't E s


    First National Bain


    OF PENSACOLA. FLA.


    BLOODY BATTLE IN THE END.
    British lofoses lu Railway 1Hill Co.
    12 et W-r- Appalllnt.
    NEW YOPK, Feb. 28.-But for the
    surrender of General Crcnje. which
    overshadowed the news from Natal.
    EtLgIand would be Phudderinc over the
    Bruish reverse at Railway Hill. where
    'he Inni.kiiling fusil:er.- w'orn cu%,i:ht
    na ;i -cer train anai .aug:.tered. Tae
    Lounioa Mali 's -rroE o;.ten t UUIt-r
    Jaita of P-etern,, 1leV. .4, e-cribes le
    **Lts u:lat rthe inisk'ihng fusi1:er.,
    nixtdl witri sol.le ot tihe Duniiu tu-iilers
    &andi ine Corr::uiiht rangers., attempted
    in cirry iLR.lwuy hbi lr,...i P.ieors.
    'j-.v were under a cout niucu fi4.-e.
    thr,'u.:ii Awhlci rievy a-sed up the
    heavy broken ground to, the trst Boer
    trench. I.alf way up til t)nl tho Boers
    retreatedi to tue c-e'st and thenu catle
    ba( i in either flank oft the Iriash troops.
    entiItiinii the captured trenches with a
    savage cross tire as well as a direct lre.
    "AA: nignt and u:ntii l) o'clock in the
    morning our menl hild1 the 1 osit!on oun-
    dor a ceasiees, lre art: at terrib-e cost.
    At rolicall :v y rive ,ticors and 1'Jt men
    inhwere l t' itlr naiime-.
    C'oiotne-i '1hackerav iandi Major Sander
    tf tIre ICzio.-kii ini;t t'olonel li ,f
    the Dulb.:n Fu.-iii-rs. Cap:o.nn M:iiand
    tf ti: -ecun i Gordonl anti Colonel
    Thcrod iof tInO We:ih Fu-i.iers wtere
    kl e. Two hundred ari f ifty-two or
    the r1"!ik and tlu we:e killed and
    wounde.i.
    .Mn-,o>l. .r'U,,t,'n'. ";ri_:;ie relieved
    the ali t 1 I(> I'< 1 ti14 I! rt.:in;. when
    the I' ,wr art:.Jerv pounled the troops
    h1e! i):: tle center khops without
    paus ."
    \llil lEreC .t >luinii lll t.
    COL.-MBIA, S. C., Feb. :.S -The leg-
    islature has made an appropriation of
    $10,000 for the purpose of erecting a
    monument at Chickamauga. A hand.
    some shaft of South Carolina granite
    will be erected, surmounted with a
    bronze palmetto tree. The commission
    consists of Governor McSweeny. Ad-
    jutant General Floyd. General C. L
    Walker. commander South Carolina di-
    vision United Confederate veterans;
    Colonel J. Marvey Wilson and Ccptain
    C. K Henderson. The monument will
    be erected on Snodgrass hill, where the
    Carolinians fought fiercely, and there
    will be markers for Kerbhaw's, Gist's
    and Manigauli's brigades and Culpep.
    per's battery.
    MOZLEY'S LEMON ELIXIi
    A Pleasant I lemon Tonic


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    IIVFWeW draw our ova .iiis of Exchanice on Oreat Britain. 17-



    ~ Di~,u~~d"-.-on Ctho Mn-r Favorable Tormp. auil
    Obligatiovs Ta!hnc Payabli at Port -) Doti%, action Ten or Fif %#ae i..
    after Ves.sel Arrive!3 thers

    SWSafsty Depordt Movo,# for Rent in Conn-pov n.
    u-Irth whiciob we h~iiva % Pr'tvutI Apartment for the !
    of IR AouI nr a


    Telephone No. 147.


    Cold Weather
    Coming. s. i .
    orde -r, !il la 1 t 4 itIl lv. r thi-i t>..r -
    vplil sinap nrriet-.. \V ,I1 .- y,
    Ie-t c l you n .nn p x' -ir-e' fur --t li r r ti t xk
    or bhe-aiting lirposesi at ri-i* .i.tai pri,--

    TJiompso0, Olse l ?0o.
    Dealers %n

    Coal and Wood.
    tllicef and YardI: M1. IE.Lorntr /;irrn,...-*
    and Rallroadi Mtreet-.


    McM ilan Bros. Co.


    S Coppersmiths,

    General Metal Workers.


    i fa5TIMLL.e d Nll iall s for t


    Celebrated McMillan Seamless Turpentine Still,

    Cmilet Ofwits ls l id rPilt IM in h ti cut

    MOBILE, ALA.






    Foundry l Y machine Shops,
    CiENTIrtAL V 'IAItF, (COHR. J I,' H, ERi)N AND PINE MTEE'.TS,


    Telephone 34%.


    Pensacola, Fla.


    pAwrERVS~ (. CAtTINGIs. TUMBR-tt TRUCKS, ,SMALL, UH ILL.Kr
    Cur h Vola loodand Iro' Pw t-. auiiLr4&. Wx~.Ete MNlairi-
    fatetured t-) Order in Firrst-Clas-;, Workmanalike M;snrier at Re,&.4,,u.-
    ble Itate-;.
    Dealer in Machineryt Fittings and Supplies for
    Stationary, and Marine Application.


    WANTED. FROFE89IONAL 0OARD 3
    Waited to boy all kinds of Seemi Dr. mareellUs (fe~reary
    laid Forolters, Marcludlse. Ac.
    l~ SNBet142. Physician anid Furg Di


    OPERA 1houSE. aauvKiee.Ihi.

    Friday Eye., larch 2. at 8 O'Cleck. DR. WK. C. DE1W~BZERY.

    oFFios-H~innah Bros., Drug store.


    GN F~ FR[! PSIDENOB-400 E. josmSy-


    Chaplain Jones, U. N.N., Hi.-II. avean, 14. D.,
    Of the Battleship Texa%. BOEC1athic Physician anid Sir~tp.
    Under the Ecuii :t;~.~.etL190of Osmia, Fla..
    of tho e (rral L' yeviintnliiret'i. 1for Offors his prof#-smonal soPTviee.. to thoei. *
    the' honefi' of ifhe- cha iit~ilb t~l+- Kp i 20408 Oi'f P olsac.d
    tutlotis of ti ciy e *,& tt~flSif Riven lo tha tr-a' %..
    thi.. City. ~~of Chrowe Ic i.i..a..andIsva,,
    Wo111110n and Childrtr,
    Re~erv~l '~P 1)4) r ard :ij cent-.; Thirtw Y*4b^ arracue. its Iib..Io
    General avhlnk'.'.ior. 24 cent..Office, H O'UaS:-* L a. to. 12m.,:, t'. Sr.
    R*61a11e0"Phone No. :w.
    we V Mimi u V4__ RnteH10ant 1Ruildinw-koovm 3


    IH

    Place F


    oPn l iDr. Wil/mer S. Hall.
    DENTAL SURGEON.

    or Pensacola Mansis Tumplie. ees 364.


    Buyers to Buy


    Choice Family .OWmS 103.


    GROCERIES GENERAL IN\ R.1M&
    --AJUD-
    -1I. AT-

    The Well-Known. Real Estate Agents.

    Up-to-Date Store PENSAcOLA. FL.


    $E$TZ & CO.,

    0-120-122-s


    RKPEENXT TWENTY-TWO -'F'
    LZADINO VIPR, LIPS. MAR"'%
    A("CIDEW'r, DELITY. PLA*'
    OLANS AND STEAM BOILER ~
    i!V3ANCU CoMPNp4ZAm. -

    "WereraIAgiti of tic EqnlL
    Life mmov b. h isfit r


    WM. H. KNOWLES. W. A. BLOUNT. P. C. BRENT. W. K. H YI'..
    D. G. BRENT.


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    8 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, MARCH 1,1900.


    THE HONEY MAKERS.
    Lack 4of votitltttjaflii a(IcaI!se (it dam2p-
    ness Int manay lbta'..
    Honey irm'praosras with tag'-. tL-e older it
    is tbw finer the I,iv s-..
    %lore tM'e'. are.! -t l 11vi1(1 yiL;; than
    by disease. or oni4tiye.e-r a-'
    Extracted h-ori"3 i-aniuu-b a-ntvar kolpt
    than '-onila lma.:iay. :3, the litta'r is. liable
    to Se" SIP'.;ih-4.
    All m-tin4L i!. at ;, It i .li t ie.1 :w A' t li b es
    tin wiinter vi: l!-i- 1,0' u ').1 Ia "aarm
    days 'a'hahIf. I' .* s ;I iae Z i atid at no
    other ti!:.,.

    1 -It Ia 1-.1.aa t uo-a ii
    cif-it i.. -I'i I I'- tj i vt th


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    fthE tL '- I .- ;, ,: 1 's o r-
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    ?arI, .- ''i h i, hlb i ,-ic:a.'' 'h~A:o

    C4-.! va'.ill !w toraulg'a: i-i;I tn l-mi,'m Ru. n -

    CHURCH CHIMES.
    J1lajitti i:'a'shiil)a [h-brvW y-:int
    Fiorea-the.- ia-ntI
    The 1,ha. *-,t.! I.i~-i -:n-i'aa'r uif fine
    ii'! Ii -. of 'l l, %tat' aIi. a! Ihtc.
    'Ihe .tenIi a' a' aLnla. h' ''

    7.?t5i. lir7 v. -ti -4 4.5'.ON 41 Ialc. hii
    .IThie C(ialtt-4tiif Ii.'I'a-s~u~pa~-II

    tal re ,tentI' ii! IOwV 1!'ai:...h ib about Z
    JiJQO.Wa a
    POLITICAL QUIPS.


    Tho" crant sf:,:t' 2'at '-a'.nz cvia-
    4-hineq iis Ihna, l I-. 2 1: -! tut ii natt1111
    slnt a uth ,' 'a (l .- lila: :iii8 i a Lct~g.si.
    EI'ur -v !r '1c t I a2 ol a tv.': -ia'a to
    la E',4 rin eI :I fI Ifa4 -1-1: 1 i-- I I I' ;.,Toi a
    4.'ta'a ~i~aI w 10-4"al'c l.'.r 4441' if
    ~a~n~~hit aainitia ::2-. I tLt :1 C.iIa4aan
    119 OI N:Ii' J.i:Sana' .- i t t~ac I ~
    hlif IMa',!'. :: a a ~ -a i i4 4 l


    -a'e 4tur den-mr q;, ut~erotI, wt-dntwait-
    Inic *tim" trf Iv-i o4f t a :i t n-ot--r. An
    Alliaitt, N. Y ,dal'~aj-ii aacAlled :tat8~
    411-14ti lltisa-thf t i- I .-:i u1i1 'aI o r
    .1rid fave 1.1-Z c! ;,d. thE-I! %a-"IV S't
    i:1i cro'up. N-.! f in ~g tha ,iEoft r
    he I-ft w''id f..:- 1, 11 tEo c. ala'att
    c:C (f te i h f 1 J ii'l- lat:ali

    somiiedr~it.f si- i. : 'laqsa4.(Itittr I 2I a
    arrivo. I ia.4f. faw r h'. e H i.
    'aiviict& f t-a'it wa l- -I !lsa ~i t a. =
    Itie cl i I Id w .. it-i ti --!I -tt.'r rope
    d M rt-L : t-saa Si :I- );t. sa% r. 11! -
    fuita lvly j-I. ve r' r'aozat an Iat4-n a
    Ct~haIliEt) ai Rt ei #Id v 141 Ia
    Thleir v.: !'ar-:ta-A lrwi'iial- tItdI-I
    ti ".ac I-toatntdetitlaI ussor it Ir %li
    thr Hairttift ii '.r- -.. T.F, r-aU iIdkll-

    bV 011 Ca IIh"~- I B,1- U.wxPrfatp

    criy jilted/fr off r 7'eyew ~th at
    are a comfort (and a pl'ax-
    a-re to wrear, bY IDr. f I I ii-
    Coxr, tlue O/)ci'i f, (at AE.iM-
    .4ndersen.'s. .ea,-cler.
    Beer in b )ttltd .o td ca-e- for fauin-
    ily us at Esaltie Al-t:'-


    "its ju't U.R-co,:Vf.l n:IL-. !-I:#,
    I 'lail'c t t;.' l~ai~'U!-

    I'141124t f o M111 1[& ri t- r -4'% p'.

    DURHAM Cigars have
    been tried and fire test-
    ed. D'Alember~to sells
    them.


    Coffee'.Coffee:".
    11e call ti/C attention (I,
    liti' 4')eerai 1,,,iblic to heu
    p~zc't thatt iwe ha'-p oft'
    the bst e1'1H J oa,,"f.i*'i
    thei Sb) outlh.- anflthat Ire
    (EL/i- turn is?'ll P,(l(W'ico.'i-%
    bcrera~fe (0 ,,rices la
    ,jeC//I(-(?/jjjtta'ifi.7?. 'ie (I 1X(J
    icish ito renm in (I i/iam, that (a1(V
    (",ftsarc (filcays-/e.2
    frowa 11 Ti7..~. Jbilc
    others aire v, 1 71 ?a re lo.%t
    flit-if f4 vrom a.* ozii,'s is .' res It


    &IAlITlME.

    'am -ci Ch ati L Jeff. i-i--.. %IW IijImnq, Ponce
    br bri.t '.1cc rmad'saw'. HUuoaraud. kis-
    Vagna. niot previous
    A R P I V K 1.
    Ur '- lrftnrn'!l. 2.`.77, ro.au, Newport. to

    aI .LAI.k iD.
    Arn -h'!!i-~it-'. t67. Albovsij. 1l% avtiuiasr for
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    Nor [Ii ihfli IC:. k~ n ia-o-n. to 1 C4)
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    T! a:'m -..jA!


    POLITICAL AIJOBICURITI
    For llcpe.Vwitative.
    I boreby announce iurtte.f all a candidate
    for 1teprmeetactivilof kacamhla, tutisry in
    t he Lexislat ure., subject to the Deumocratic
    Prituaries.
    J. I'MUkT %WILFZ.
    For hherifft
    I lipraohv snnoure nhiself n4m. andrifdatt.
    for kiha'ril,l 4-P.-k-amiloin (' ourty. mid tire-
    spoetfully :a-.k the support totliy 1 lel)cis
    arid v4t4t4r% ',f tii. v'Uuit%-. If Opvtct~d I will
    ['as: aivauid imia~. tiaal ly.

    Fair Sherit.M
    I h'.vu ru. I ~~ A'. A I~IIIA 'dte

    a ;.d iziteit'-t,t of 111iflilya at-


    I herehy rnnorunre mlyself fa candi'iattv for
    hterifY 4of Eschnibia, county at The ensuang
    J C. V A N f'. T.
    lor ('Iork o.r Ilit'! Circiuir (.Velurt.
    I horoehv arnnnun'a' rniyF.aaf ss S a esdidate
    fair i .--eluat-t4)ion a. clrk of the circuit 4'4u rt
    O~f F ..CitiI b'ii C0iiity Pl i t file lS~ll an g c!4.con
    and mook the support of thai voteroi.
    A. M. 74C.NILLAIN.
    I'lr Circuit (i.- k.
    1 winot111ina- 1111V I V iaRrnit!:w ,v 'fr ( **rL (,f I ii
    tip t~lt'lietiottt(if i [lieela4aiat. I h0,1lol~anrtle
    pr-I liai-aa.%. I. C .I4 .i.
    For C'irc uit CI rk.
    fo t lie V-a? cr5 (of L.wcinini iaa iunt: r
    I Iio-ro-1i%* unwitmev ? iif%*-*I! na utdl'tei ftfaor
    11i44 allia.- tot' lerk of'II #- '(,ir(*tait taatart 4)
    F-0311011116 eO'IlItV fillitI .Oi beatplem-ed (44
    hai-4th. Ile saulpp)rt (41fIII%-fr,.-rid, and thle

    Fair Tax C441--locr.
    I herebly fan lioUfln ii V41P1 I f wi a(3I1(!iduatpa
    for re-ei.-.tiou i t, jaTax odvvctor r i.4ott
    tom ellmit I' itnd task 1ti4#-'atJipirt of miy
    [rriends and(1%liters genrit-liv.
    A. H. DI'ALFM HFUTE.
    Yawr Tax Collectoir.
    7 hoonitary friendia of Judge V. 1R. Hnnifay
    having 4)h(Iiflld bh4%a'on'.-int hrehv filla-
    nomnv f4. him nt i aq a dit lin te for TtLx I i~l Ictair
    of Escamnibia county at the ensuimmaf eiectijoi)
    MANY VoT8ka
    For Tax Asarastar.
    I horelby announcell mycelf amao andidato
    for 'rai m .ai.nof E!-eminitlmkco'unty. *sub-
    lean 1to tbeme'atilaon oflilt emhocratiac prlaun-
    rit-%. It elected I 4.xp- It to meet tile appro.
    tiption of the' tax ptiyerm utial will dip Lily
    duty Ili#-ey *derail Mal I d~d %hen Iheld
    the offce before~.
    GEo. RzEat,.
    For Tax A mmemmor.
    The rand~dacy of Wiliamn W. Niclinrdt Imp
    ho-'ib t't)Vo ounred for ire- I-et ion Ia.flaximpolt~-
    -e-No(r ftop E- e'frutwin eC.)izity. '.tiaect to Like

    Ywl-.tCounowy irearurt-r.
    I liereb r aninouiie4t iy-se'If it-% enuldt
    for renom~inialft ionflas t'tv%u rerof 1E-enitaiitl
    couv1 it '. .au.jljeea'tis)adaeia~iotaiiLtt tiet-nli-li ii.
    fit, I ,v .ol cit l ttbe '.ppaort f h off f' aI r ill- Is
    m. l ail in.1(1)fatperfairnif'a i or1i? (! :it1' v t hot I
    liativoendetivoar..al top fulfill 411 lur.inglH'v piii-t
    11-11.11-t 4.4cila" aaTlCI. J. W. ei. "FAurl
    For J umt itc a f 6thePewa-e.
    I hc rat.'.-arnnolrya-a my candai'.''- foar na--
    i'!vClt mu toa(ie (Ii'4infl(ctof .i icejet 4 f tll' PellCe
    fipr t lii e ScorlatI 'l't rict. '.11hjaec, to the 11k-
    I ion of th.,aauniiiliat ing pa inari'"-.
    oIK i.N J Ia-?.
    l.'r.1 i*Jst e 411 0 lut-IN amve.
    At'Ili- mca-ion of IieUfh-rfllqIa" i't
    lia-rtliy alnliiia-a al-liv ieptoianieyfr li.ta-
    * iF Ithe F'eaco- cot I ha' 4v tY it-ict. utIlcaq vto
    tile actaoi, of tile tuiillliiis'lle riimartt-..


    I-' r Setu.. I Sit perui itesiiaie'ia
    !"apanlin'ilzt i! 0t''iabIi-nn 'tiut ai
    -aan Wi (PI'LtIV anl o..kII% at' skit ap r a
    f -vitid'.iiiaac ut y tal r-gi a~ktl it-tup ). (f. a3



    TIit the Vatitr- a of E-va-aitini'i('i~iilv:I
    h 'tv llhin-,iiiaa' t iai'i-at vatmainldoca' lain na I
    dvaI,' i f .ni htulia iv s11 ltwf'lo'an nnl will lIa'
    pIt*.%ue- I Ilas It ii'at. thi~a upIitpirt 'I of my ire n 6 s
    lanai vaol-r', gstivr-nlYat Vlth(le caitu:ig (d~io-mo
    airutw ia Sritutiir.. l-e.'I.-' un N It. ('440t;

    -Ele4ltnt bed room sets, or"
    cheap ones, 1u'hilererryou:
    want, at.4Marston, tj-Finch~'s.1


    SiOHEN fRIEDMAN IO'8 I


    -RACET STORE. *



    ARDI GRAS SAhES.-


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


    We positively carry the largest and
    |' most tasty line of Ladies' Shirt Waists -.'
    ;J>` in all colors and prices.



    Our Stock is Immense!

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    A big line of Ladies' and Children's
    Tv Slippers just received.
    ;00
    f F.

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



    SMillinery,

    Gnf: ' andelr.y, in ah




    The finest and most complete line of .
    . Carpets, Mattings, Curtains, Window f
    $^ Shades, Etc.


    - Yan are Cordially Inited to VI it lt Fr mmot, Et, IsislhaiAm t


    i| We are Invincibles in Low Prices
    This makes our Success. j


    SMaiJ Order- Pr1'rm tly Attended to.
    Trade Di-ciiunt of on all Casl, ( 'atP'i I,.,. l



    , COHEN, FRTEDMAN & CO. |




    1 -- W. B. WRIGHT COD)PANY,

    M I .%N 1 1FA( it;IR s AN ;> .11: N I', IN

    LUMBER, LATHS,

    SAWED CYPEmESSHBINGLE?--Kl;E-ried aDs

    TH ~ IPE\'SA('O L IM, .



    /RYT I ZWZ' WENT @OLfMN!


    F. E. BRAWNER'S*-


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    IS ARRIVING!


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    To make room for them the remnant of Winter

    Goods will be sold at Sacrifice Prices.

    Here are some of the Bargains.
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    21 iii? Infnintt-' oand Ctilaar.-f'- H all
    WoulVnieuhi t.rglaitcval ue'
    itaa airLadipa'. NMen'4anal .'btldr*-n'
    oatak Itn dTI II'aa .Fu IIItn'" :wu -sH(i

    :7;pa'nH'ack I 'Ia. I C !itdIf~! -r~ri.'Ita.
    !mlal aol Iliteal. *-2~l:2-'-iHr
    !'lr (ha-. sairt. per yrrd



    '. e.f-nti-a- ia'.nd pa-: i!'Frt.
    r .I i f l '. ) r t I t mi.s % a- a a a tr -
    'a'a~l I iajand ,:k k-'tnrt-. r'::.
    7~~~~~~~~~~~~e aan a i-i.I-nt. s-...i-r


    tA' ..-i fr ti s -a: -. T,4-!, aum


    Remember the Place.


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    14 IaillT.7Cr ~)"Y2;All Iai.'ta','ill- d a ', 4- :a'--------- ar -
    25c, 22cIS.*-~. I-Z~J'.


    8P :,, ti.-'. Dark I '. r.'i ,- 'A a, ri- 'I
    ;J 3 .- L-.' l i --- -- '
    p -r :ar.l


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    SPfI14L NOTICES.



    OFON: Tb1'4 VOrf.






    DonUs negotiated. 6 to 8 per coal.
    Binkloy & Daniell.ialf
    A U A T ~1' I F:.;n r 2i VI vu v s \o





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    I.. ~ If !!t iu'r a l: Iiir tak.1 %tnt
    n-a.1 i' fg. % -441, !-11 i..u' I'r A m.ii frv.'




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    j.,a it g t-
    I .pIuvr,21I LHPir I() r *#I athk at I4Piiti fi


    I 4I~l ItA l i f- h t i'na'stolarit w' rt 4)14 Il
    F (lie a' i I ti 'ibc HVVVter Im'.. by 4t ri I ,-a~


    ger. 5O4MI.,Mouth 1Palautimstreet.iPlatitn

    I'H%4F WA N ND-o 16le ivna 4Fl

    West Pti'trong ~street. IL

    woirk amlletiizs.,r uait hihiIos aaiail-. hqw,k.



    novwtf
    A.NXL)-O~ ter 'bottles MliasIunheais-

    iiRfta 14ro -- a I "I~iaa


    .rpAli oan1.'-- al. fi A. A S
    AU I IFt- r-A3 -i f .t.meI
    ,fi M114 i~t: Mi-t In Sa.ma
    -i' I fi..raAtgiu It .--u~iI. s

    Justt ot Ii il' Iiiii- ta.da ilslg'-iu. ..a.. "41a'- ih -
    i.. f-r it.iH..l-tIt. My


    N rid t iiait-rmnarten 1-4 now aVP.-u) .I
    it's itilatei (rm11 in tVie, reait aa1d -sitt 0 'It-- c. .r
    naor of Paisf-)x an- .J Inksaapri .t re. 1-. ci. -
    trance on J acka-on. Ternis $2.00(1 p'sr nuint r

    jAILE AN lb El-A? i.E Falifaa L. N%
    Mt ca-rate-r tl.s'i it'~~a tr-i t,. pi -
    poort-s't fr cat-z a iia 1- fl. 1t. 't ii.-
    (14-11. prinvlit~ifl. 'Vi~t..t~i erma I,. g:ti.-a act ',


    Who is Rader?

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

    Your Credit is Good
    For ait) thin in our h.ti-,e. 1%% ,,a
    a 1r le ;a,-o)rtm niit of l onc --+.. I i
    Loni --.. 'lTol.lt eltia a;nd H.-tlr.n
    Suir .'.. iron ledstad., at $.4 up.
    (). M. PRYOK'S
    B;irgJain Furniture Hla ..I .
    .othin os-o sets off a honing,
    ,v handsome frnitur,.
    Ifarston ,' Fincl hare in,
    immense stock for you to .s,-
    lect from and they i.ill .sv/
    it to yot on long time .an,
    ea(tv payments.


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