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NEWS.


PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY AFTERNOON, MARCH 2, 1900.


VOL. 30.


NO. 24.


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


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B fEtS TO FIGHT


c. rate Battle Looked for
A". Bloemrfon':r..


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F iti 1I.S I-mal h III
~ ~.: t .ia-n.-~zTHE PH.L'PPINE --QU-7STION.
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t' NV.a I mnherw. 111,11f l- =InI t I.
.-f lsierfomito-ii. arid t nt.- t ae
!-#-'d t I,,g ive. n- d*- t-rate hitzlo tz.
I%, too rt- f4ait (.'

AV A'ldial goUtth(of Il~iiett-i
-ther for;--# r-irelpter ted -Olttt-
I atad thireasteninmtg Ills ite t-' U

kirug~ers 'oiVdret".i
k Peteria disatctiozavi' that l'res-
ceut hrurer *ddre-o4ed & vast von-
(-gootiots aof Woeni'sitIDopper church,
tAIM ilNal. yestordar. lie said
(l a~rk cdiais are sitallcowering
1&vIgrl. but fadthla am.the!Alwighty
p ii-tit't' of their cau~e wmild
.f-dt-ral fool ecA too a ooucce, -;
ilit tli-ir cauipaigra.
-*roil 's iiappiAtntutent.
nerrespibtpcdeznt at Plaar-
ti.tl-..'that a curitmaaij if-e f-
t Itell~ lelatted too hini by
I--I11- v" aimip. It tooppeans
J : W.i% ;it (fily ho.4jo-
'miirtturrj0cmei.in With fUei.

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N" 1' .NI arc f i A d.'A,
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If. Erbu at Plllia:;*usa wa.li
0;- tiu m:r by r~ lvanii iiiplcooy-t.-.
alg at-9el/ 2 nt iii-'mattmlrea-at-0an
-'rt-vu :li et alvl' hoV rt" 'z Ita'
tiai1ltuc.d a -;mathlcl 4i.-(t-tI;.;-I
m ill the da,0orwlt-ir -1i.'! I :a po)-
a- t-o be cru~ti-4 t:,+- It.-
cl-irg tmi i.-: 1. f,1.- wik it
A (Oi ftountid t wi- l~nta to.-
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1 lIft I'HI.II PI'I F,:4
S.r.carni. I"- Insuragent Tactmei,
S, I.AA. March '.-Cal. Ander- n
the 3l' tli infantry, eimployingi
.'-!it tactic- -inubuhlied ai numni-
f F'iipina,- tiar natuagatz.
:z !i -pile1- tie leared that a d.--
i,'*-i of ain-iirge-nt- w-ould pa-s a
I. .ad. Hie.' -1 .ted lii s.-oldiers
al--d I t-liid treas- linitig the
.:, u1th wlih- Ilhie e-eitiVm arrived-
>imnc-; iica ui- iit'xpectedly tirned
-..4 v4Ol1.-y t them, killing 24,
A aWi i i at i eol n4 turini V-terl.i
!dlw h' tl -miA tl tytd ltle Fili;'ls,
l cihlity.

I' rto llth- Tariff.
III O.TaiN. hamrt'ai 2.--The
i- i t n'it ai Iliin-_a.- g tto c'iion re-S
I- i *lilt \"it.-'it;g III aP ipropria- i-
ta' itnaticV it-rceiveh fr niai,-- imi o ll rt,ti I c-,> f,'r ceti-
l ;' .'- tail i -t ae-:l fit ,I tl:'
I ; :i ii lT i," *illatai< !t a; 'pp ,,x -
-' -i, 1 tt i l'aiel i ;- i w ail
4. acl. l t'i;t inti itLw th -day.

<'1ron !)u rai'n^.I
\ .ik. l.atn t 2 -t'lton i-
; '-j. v i- l.ll -w : tarch.
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Thee Qiiuay CaSe'.
i -,.TM. ai;IC:i 2 -- 'tt eat-
t1,* t r,' i',lay conte-t ca-e
ii sti-ea..r aH,,m i- arguli tig inn


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It, i.lllot .O140t.
\VA -ItN(;O\, ia'rci 1 -At the con-
-usiou of tme rou'nie business in the
se-nae i: was decided to take a final
v,ie 'n the conference retort on the
Ltancra. li;. r~ez:; u--d ty at 4 p. m.
Mr. Iloar said be tes:rei tr,efly to
a i;ress toue .enaV. on the 'ijay case.
iut (,u.d inot lutr er e witn ail' deliv-
ery ot tile speech aniounaC'ed by Mr.
C:av of Georgia t.ur to,:ay.
Mr Cday aairaese*oi the senate on the
Phliiuline qluestitn lie ,as cue of
tie Denmocratic s-naturs wbo voted for
the r.atineratnon of itu treaty ot Paris.
In his speech today he supported the
Bacon resointion declaratort ot tois
country's policy towards tne Pnilip.
pines.
N-gri IlMadliy Mwanted.
JACF.(oNvi.i.r, Fia, March I.- A
correct description of the negro. James
Powell, who assanl:ei Mrs. Wiley
JoNes, at Panama Pari recently, aad
ror whose apprenqUslOa a reward of
$2.0uu as offered, is as follows: Height.
5 ;eet Vi inches; weighs between 160
and 175 pounds; hair kinky, thin lips
for a negro; face round; age, about l;
color. daric brown; teeth good. but
sniuta; thiud longer on left hand cut off
cil.-e 10 p.ain. witi saigIt piece o tilein
tLangagl Ito tae paEi


J,.E-v;!.', S C. Usrch I -There
is considedrs-.e activity iere ard in the
surroundiau conwry uver their :roipec-
rive cotton mil Town: o:ts are being
so.d daily aud a great niatr houses will
be built thi-s 3ear besides the mill
houses. "T1'u popu.a!.ou of the town
wAi,. in ail probaoil.ty, te doubled in
t e nxz: 12 tuouiths. General Manager
L: tlejohn1i is niyminu I? e con.trucction
oi tie luil auu wa 1 no iiuut,. b. ready
to -'-'un the nr-: c-tioua nex: fall.
1:LOt 1 .. (LI.u.v n ni...n.
'M I,,r. "- .:.Y Ala,. M.irth l.-The
tlepub:mc.-an count:!ex cxUctve oriumittee
tiais adjourned. To cc'n'vention was
-*-ni'poied (1t n groed. and wa- a wild
ri t I ro.0 1st:'t tE) 1 intIsu. Til,, Vaugnan
crown wai. in ite ascenidncy in uoise
:i In unuin:;cra. atii Sta'e l.hairnian
V.aul;tan was ind,"r-a, i. 'I'ne lU.n;naint
..tt'o.oW1i w1i appeal t.) *ue stale coimmit-
teti It S'-:it.i o sev-r.i times during
th. meeting tua: a general fit.u was in-
\C V i ti .' l>i it*C10 .i ;,.. iiiit(r'l.

"i -.:\:i l i..Ga ,.larch I -To:u Smitmh,
ii proittneur It aU'n w', to do eLtroi,, was
a-s...' i.altd at lI a it.L)!:e,. A ew inmles
:ro;u Teii eli,. T'-)o ,r- three parties
aria iniriiiarttl. but :-4 yet no arrests
biave tee-: mailde. l is barn was tired
a:'tut miiutngh, and when tee negro
siped on the veran-a a load of buck-
shtut was poured into :s aead and neck,
ai;u'.g hbam in-:autl-y.
1) -d In. I .-nin:1 A1e-.hI1l.
P.atr Ht:oN. Mh MIxrc'h I -David
ItM R-bertusoD. who suffered trorr nio-.
larial fever. was given ian alcohol lath
1 v .i s brother WlmAliai and put to Ited
at( iliitrntit Snartiv after mte lbrothir
siw a a1.-h and eit.red the be iroo i
i-,t a- tihe liV ,l*i tell n1 tihe bed. a liv-
n,. i :tiL. liediel almost immediately


N w Ithink at 'ra-ittil-.
'ISEsi.KlE., Ga.. March 1 -Prominent
citizens of Tennille have organized a
new bank. to be known as the Citizens'
tunk. Capital stock srscribed$25,000.
A committee was appointed to collect
t30 emr cent of this aniount and make
application for charter.
C'.,w hWlao I1 Arrestie t.
.i i\:. Aia March I -After the
earthh of Jacob Furto Mr. Cawthon was
was arrested on charge of murder. He
waives. examination and was admitted
to baai which was fized at $5.000. The
body is held awaiting arrival of relatives..
Brave Men -'all


Victim'l to stomtil:lchi. liver anI: khid-
ipv troiblfle' a- wel! a- woellif-i. ;iand
ill' f--e thie re-tilt,- in 1imss ti,. oi.t ;i i t i l I h," 141,,d I, iie k A tI'.
#.-rvt-nt-ti---. h, lIic t:-' ldt tir-d.
i l- 1 .~-. rimr-downi 'i li;. II ;t
theri'- lite n t-ilWd t f.'"- lik- th it.
Li.-ta-ii t, J. W O .tardn-r. Il-tvilli-..
'ii1. lie -'it-: ; "F ct li: t ,
ire in tl i tl i' t lint: for a, i 'i! w in hi
~ ; i- llrun downi i ait:t dlnii'' i caeret'
whut l I c a. live ,,r dti--. It tOid
l!i,,l't* t,1 c- a1 m1 l '11 W -t!,'.:^t i ;il!.tl
.tiied ul ;t;ac 1"i hihati ll iy: itii, I catili
Ssk -. i ti. t 'w e',t a: ,\ ,thing i ai, t
h iv<- :a ii-1" l-oat ,,i litf-." (i !\
,TI W' t'i;. it
Three Large Stores

Full of FI NI TI RE. The flne-t
line 4of Walnut Itedrooni Suites ever
..iowln in p.u-ns-aol.. Pretty. neatly-
flni.!>ted 1 io oak U.'drin Suite- at
ill price. 1itt an a d (Cobbler Seat
Rneketa. big and little, cheap and


DETECTIVES WORK


IN THREE'STATES


Cpbell Talks of Clark In-

vestigation Movement.


"MILLIONS FOR DEFENSE"

I>)et-ectV s Werr. lt iirticted to Ingra.- '
Illite III sislvrlvre ils I to tl (eGood
3 nei-y Is lianj iIt -(J.


WAs!IIN.UTON, March l.-Wien the
seu.ite committed oa elections resumed
its -.ission toiay, Representative Camp-
,0'll. woo .was on the stand yesterday,
was c! os-i aniinued by Mr. I-'au kner.
4ie told of the organIzation of mo move-
rienat ft,r tue iaives-igation of Mr.
C.r,'d election. li s-ai'l the first meet-
.ng wai neid in ,latto ast Maren, those
pretent being Mr. H.irrtman. Dr. CamiD-
beli, Marcus Daly, H. L Myers. S teaker
-tt., Mr Tuony. Mr Metts. Mr. Toole
and Mr. Finian. A committee was then
appO:uted witn Mr. Caupibeil as chair-
man to gather facts.
"Mr. DaiY said at that time that he
Vciu.d turuish any necessary means for
Jhe investiia(ion," said hbe witness.
"but that he would expect others to
alo make contributions."
lie said there was no limit placed on
the amount to be expended. except that
Mr. Daly said: "We had militone for
deoese hbut not a ceut tor tribute."
Continuing Mr. Campbeli said th*
no sau hbad been deposited to his credit
and that when he wanted money he
went tu Mr. Da y for it. except on one
occasion, when Miles Fialan nad given
him a check lor $i.L tI and one of W500
troim Mr ls^:gett. Born thee checks
had.t however, iten retained.
, Mr. Faulkner presented letters which
Mr t.Jsirb I.l baa written to detectives
ewup.oytd in tue cast. first drawing
from ibe witness In-e fact that deiec-
tves had been eingageni in Montana.
WV.saitagi;onad New Yornt. In Mon-
tai-they wm eni.tiaed to work up ev-
idesee and iu Wa.n:.ngton and New
York to keep an eye on witnesses be-
heved to be ut:atnun.i. Mr. Caimpbe..
identided sever.*. L.;ters, biat hey were
no: read.
"Were yu.- wit'a:nc s in Wa-hiug-
too," he was ak-u "*us-ructed to v sit
dt i:'-at~. turgeon., doctors, otc., who
were conouectei ithb senators'"
"No. sir; positively no If such a
Cumvr was uTiruend it was without my
kitowleg-i- our con ent. I never gave
any sca iinmvrcc;:o'ls and I now havo
no kn,,'w ie. tg or tsuchl p:.' ceding. If I
line-w o: -uti a course beine pursued 1
wor; ; so'p it milledlately."
A"'):V ytu i i: ruet tio detectives to
ln ra ice thnitmi lves into the good
p..ti 0s ot Mr. Clark'- friends'."
,i:a. I told th::i t get emnpioy-
-i .a t trom h hee r to ~:t into t i.oir
g-(od grt u r" in i-"- vav t'iy conid. "'
1he witries was questioned concern-
lun hii coLit'ction i'uth "Swede" Mur-
piyr, the witness who had been so .oug
inmising. anti also with Toni McLiugn-
lin. Mr Campbell stiL. that Murpny
it:d iu.hr hlhtim out and had agreed to
min-.ke ari uffidiavit in the case; that he
to'a,.abLeli) had put the statement in
atri iavit lorm. but that he mane no
fsuag:-estion as to what he or McLanugh-
lain should testify to. He told of Mur-
ji.:y'- disappearance front WVashinton
and siid that McLaughlin had not been
p1u onI the stand becau-e his .sta.eiient t
c, u d nit be corroborated.


SHORT LINE TO THE WEST.
i'hl N. V'. '. 0. & (. RaIllivi;y IAt-nlid-
Inl= ar4 Lillues.
M --.::'i;. Marih i.-F. A Moliter,
ca;:et engineer of tine Choctaw, (.kla-
ip, :ma and iGulf raiiroad is authority for
tohe, -t.ttemeut that t le line of his read
:ron W\'eathertord. ( T.. to Amarnil'
will be pushed as rapidly ad possible.
Lt,';-ting parties are stili ln the field
and the exact route bas not vet betn se-
lected. but the approximated extenoslon
will be 203 mises. When this shall
have been completed, the short line
from the Atlantic to the Pacific will be
through the Memphis gmtewayv nd l it
wil lbe cousioerao.y shorter taa.n ny
other route.
it i1 atso stated by Mr M X1i'er that
extensive surveys are being miiiall- in :ni'
Chackasaw nation toward D-', *, .
Tex.. and the construction o the Ctnoctaw, Oklahoma and trait si-
tom to that point is almost a certa!'.i
Imp ,rtmntl I...-,i1 lD -ielsio n.
Ni \v YOK. March 1.-Judge Lt-
comb of the United State-s (.rcu;t court
has just handed down a ,aog iarision
on the protest made 1-T S V White in
his suit agalust Cojii-c!or of litI. iai
Revenue Treat to recover the iIn.,nev
rair- fatr war revenue stamps rPolu:re.i
tu ha xized ic "''*Ial- "' Judge L.t.iib
h .tas that "'a.ls" are not taxah.e Tbe
aeciton is a :ar:tearn n, oine. it it holds
wii treOuire t ,e goivernitiiet to pay
ti,'k it, tr -kers andil secu.ator.i all the
itunlnev wuitLi they liave loeen required
to ;p:r fo.r rte tIurthishe of stamp, u-ed
to, atlix n "'-ait" -ltarwrs -ttie-ai may
be teiien from Judge Lacorib's uucision.


"1 (''ltE A COLD) IN o41E* U1Y
Take .. native Bromo quinite rablWt-. A!l
-.,g tso refund the monii'. a itf I ll t4
-.iu,, I W. Urovess signature i- on .-acL
I t> ,.

Don't Pay $40 and $50
f-ir SEWINI; MAC-HINES when y-on
caii buy the best make with 1inll the
Ilt- improvements at 0. M. Pryor's
It -riatini Furniture Hou.,e. for from


TELEGRAPH WIRES DOWN.
Great bamiagx t-Rsulting Fr S.ow iand WiVisl4stuOnfl.
JLEVELAND. March I.-The ioit do.
structire sleetstorm ever experienced
in this city prevailed throughout last
might and early today. Tue streets in
every direction were blocked by hon-
Jreds of prostrated telephone poles andt
trees, carries down by immense accu-
mulations of ice.
The entire telephone tsytteru of the
city. with the exception ot the under-
grounJd ans. wai put out of service
and p.rac'icj ly every street car ine in
the city was \ tied up. The :roilev wires
were carrieti dowu everywhere by fall-
ing poles ani treo-s. Electric light,
trolley auii rc.epbo.a wires were tan-
gled tc'ether at nair:.y points, necessi-
tating- 'hb suuttmiu down of dyc;:mos in
order to permit the uneitien to w, rk on
the wires witn safety. lhi cabieroads
were also ui,-,ked Ly rt;e ,tros;rated
iineq and DO es acio.s tneir tracks.
'Tn's teleigra! i companies suffered
great il daia;ie or several hour dur-
iug the early morning Cieve and was
entirely cut off from telegraphic com-
manicailou witlh tnA outside world.
The oI, to the telephone and tele.
graph con:.u'a'ies will b, very heavy

A ( -nerasl I: zz rI.
NEW YonK, March l.-Reports from
all interior points in the state indicate
ihe worst snow storm in many years.
Blizzard wea her is general arcl the
rat of suow;:til an inch an hour for 24
hours tas. At Albany and Biughamp-
ton The snow has turned to rain and
there are fears of bad freshets.

To Annul Sale of Lands.
Bir.MIMHAN, Ala., March I.-The
trustees of the University of Alabama.
through their attorneys, have filed a
bill iun te chancery court here seeking
to have set aside and.declared null and
voia the recent apparent sale of 4.480
acres of university lands located in
Walker county to the Sios-Sheftfield
S.eel and rn n company, which sale was
made la-t *eptember on recommienda-
tion ort Governor Johnston. The suit is
brouiht: in accordance, with the de-
teruiination of tue trustees reached at
a subsequent meeting at which a num-
ber of trustees declared that the sale
bad been originally authorized under a
misapprh.ni'icn of the facts both as to
the :rgolarity of the transaction and
the price, $12 50 per acre, which, it was
declared, was too small. The bill sets
up that the sale is null because the
meeting : o the trustees which sought
to aurbthorize it was irregularly called.
the call beint signed by the governor's
I.Lretary and not by the governor.

BEST OF ALL


To --le:ini the .y-tein in a gt-i'le
a;inidtriilv lhern, tlcial inanini-r, whIieit
thtt prtint:iiu.' coins uA the true'
and peritct rem-edy. Syrip of F-i -.
Buy the- giniuiin. Mlaiuf; )ctira-l bi"
tlh ('a1 lt'r'nia l-'Fi tSyrup Coi ,inl .
:t itl l l -ilt- le-y aill druggi-t-, a'.l ,-
I*, ti t I r t, ttl,.

iliiding the Distilllries.
CANTOs. Ga. March 1.-Deputy Col-
lector A. J. Spence and Depuly Marshal
W. B. Lursett have been playing havoc
aniong ithe ilcit distillers in this sec-
tion. Up in the McFariand settlement
Lney cut down 40 tuash tubs atfd doe-
s'royed about 2,000 gallons of beer. At
one place they captured an Wt0-gailon
still, cap and worm, but at each of three
other places the still had been pulled
out, leaving tue tubs They also found
at ini place a "tflag" stand and a
itinuiper" keg. By the use of the
"tiilumper" whisky can be inore quickly
made anud renioved than by tue old
pr''ces4-, and thus it is that the officers
are -a,, often "just too late." In the
Sanit neighborhood they destroyed about
l.- .o gtlions of beer and two very large
vat- No arrests were made at either
p!:ho.,
L4u ilain lLand ilil a-ILl.
N.iv O.ti.VANs, March L.-One of the
ninit iiuipt)rtaut tran-actions in tiaiber
iauds whicu has taken place in this
p'r; of the country for tome time was
recorded yesterday. when 40.U00 acres
01 loni leaf yellow pine in Pike and
.at iu (ion aies., Mil- changed hands.
iiie land b-iounred to A. L and E W.
.qnuire of fir.nt. Mich., who located it
tritn tue U' t.ed States government in
i'-si. 'The purchaser of the property,
watr!: it is estiuatod will cat between
1' oi.)t0.(000 and AW0,,CO.0O0 teet. was the
Eno,,'b Lumberand Manufacturing com-
pany ot Jackson. Miss The land lies
in Pike and Marion counties, and the
timber will be manutactured at the
mills of the company at Fernwood, ad-
jacent.

WV- have saved inantiy ilort,-r bil!-
inCore wv beintin u- iitz ('hambirillrliirn'-
('aiig'li e-m-. dv" iln ,il hintiie. \\'e
ko-p a lttl oppni all ith ti':i, ;iljd
wht';i-'v-ieray -of niy faii'y Inr niI-
-alf la-.l-in to -it tii w '- liiah i iVt- tim y, ail tn at- i r'-
tillt w ti-v .r !a;v t, 'fti Nt\':;iy fr
*i i4c1 'tor i tll llirnr it a rcf 11. for ('Chaiiile,-; laiill'-< ( i'oi li Rl-in-
o-di never fail- toi cure. It i- ca-r-
S-.ini!\' v : inldicit'- o)f irra;>* nmi rit aid
w,1rt-h.-D. S. MEAItK' I:. ( ;i- ral
Mli-rchanit and Farmner. Maittie. ld-
frdtl iounity. Pa. F r ale-l by II H i-
inah t H:., 'l Smiuth Palafox -tret-t.

Don't buy anything in
furniture or house furnis.ih-
inds until you hare seen
Marston 4 Finch's stock.
Their prices are low: their
stock is complete, and theni


CASE O F SENATOR t) 'AV


A Strong Sentiment In His Fa-
vor Manifest.


A (t.N) Tl'rT lTION.AL tU:T)llON.


Iai r I't-rl.,nnil 'pll i l:a ri I y n Stron ta
la-'tt or Si :i;l:i:r i Ia -t It tr'en'.itld.
'lonia:ai.i aaiii I'or o (naft-emtd--to-
rie i lonl:l ih. i \ <-a.t.
\".' .1 \'I,,'.. M iin -h 2. -> *i* .,.i.
If tilh \',-I lI.i!>i n I.'- I '.'- 1k uti l:1;,.;:
ti ll t1, 0 ::i.Q tl ** ; an: lli tc: tllall. '-
l a til l Il' ;lpl ;:.1 ',1:1 t l.il tlif' 'ii .it- i ist
absoul t l)o ire%\ i'.f.' it-ilf taml .iiAt S ai.;tiitr
Qllay ot il tht' llapp ii itn iltmnt of tit- igui
ternrl. Tlh \\ttoull I a IIimost int-re'stl
iug spl.tl:cw!v. as tlie M'i:tte lprilhes
itst-lf poll its trailitions iiand adhifr'-uce
to lpr'cedetts. it must be acknowl-
edg, cantid ail whlic'i may be carried out
when a aote' is reach-ld is due largely
to t i.' sit roang lrsonlii friendship
t lih se'uaitot havte for Mr. Quay.
Althioighi it i- vhiolly a cmni.sltituitlonal
ilue's-liou. it iinest bet alinltill that po-
litical and lersl'tiiil fcatl:'cs Iht av e un-
t-reld iln toli-' settl-liie ilnin ,of v.-ry Case
of thlii kini in tith pfo ti t-li years. lIu
fact thi' lirs; c;'s:, ituat lia. airisrn late-
ly wais in lI'. .;. %\t'i",.i I.;I' Mai tl was
appointed ll lauitei .Mii4i;iai:i. It va;s ;;igi --
-i.a!ly ui nl,'.v;- oi- i l Ih i tlt .i h lit h ilvu r
qilIu :.tioti lii!litii'il t ivote'v-i iuoli f r aami
a;gainlst Mantle. Thei' ;';l l.lnvi lanat
Ihlit thte aili'.i l-ihn i f 31 autl \\ ouill
addll tlhrei'et ilvt,' \>le's l.ti ;lt >.aliill
really ht'calil thI Il ;i-a ;.;' t i t liimn.
ill thie (iorliftt 'lall ii is v,.ll kl.no)\V
I ll: thll p ri'ls"t 'ial [lpoltl: ti iV >of1" .lInill
II. M itl hi ll 0ilt anl i!llpw tiltaiil tl i lr ill
Itll. Volt st Ita;l l l :I ; t;, ;l -i
;,,ilt'.l v,!ilh th I,,T .,o:i.il iptil.iiity
. ohf tli iy iiilu '1 Le a,.I'. lfm l.mm1 .
A State of (onte-;sts.
S;: *:ii.iiig of r tt' 3c1:i:nllh : i' ;0 :iii)l
i :1 I" il' f. i i ltit iin i" I- r.' f .a i-r t '-r
of :l:i l !.. a ,)l M lm'ta l iail i l. liA ll ,l i: -
i 'ni i 1 i;i -tat ii i( I i-il ,1: : ',. ; 'l' "V ,-I

*1.'. I i'n :-, th, itt. l'h i lt- .- ':id-t
l 'a '! '. l t1 l ; i ;,' It i, l i- ti lt i f Iiil-
I ln ,i I r .it'! ,t I .. :i .s
:1 \". "i t ;lI I l i .r i m !! -; f i- t hil'
.- i i ,t I ir. '. ,l- i .'.v I ll t ilti
:ia a 'i'. \ at, ; l, t, i l h !i i' a ."-',a s i'i lhiv
'Li.-l:i '''r ~\ t is in d i~ot'. i-' tr in ii
'!.' ,., :jit*l anr -:,ni' l lth ir .t!:tlis is.
tir ;i,;.i.. -:,'nt \s il!i.tI n [' itr lars
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-llI \V i. .\a. I :irk ly- a h- lth ii.- 'tali a
\\ .-,' ;!t is ntiw iv .'ll, ro.lversy.
"1"" \ '. t aitii, :i I :i .t"!all t i t 'ltfo ivr
i!i' .<;;.'.. in i li sIil- ll ,at. kr i a: l it wif i.
lii::t l!1; I. a ,i bi y :l; si:'-i t ;. :;'y vt *.'.
t t i -'at ti oli,'a ii v tatii* i for ;:1.* iiaIn i-
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lui'ltil"li ;;ie 'e '-t 1 li I i. ir i"vI I I;ins. Tl h>''
ltii';je 'ity. ne 1 S.-l-t ';t-a s ii l Il'!'' \vrt'e'a
s.':t;i '!. m: !,':- I 'l \v a t t 'V'n of f yo'ni -,. "nid .i a' t e I\p.n .'a' :i 'f n iis
if i 'a 'l l 1d:. -! 'ivf il.'a lli k -w i.i- rrl- ii
'11:. -t ,o rt ,-til .- il;to.. 'l"i .- a. 1. '-
'a I i :i;it -a !-l,'!ln i 'a' ai i ]i'..! -'-.
aii t it l t '*i--!' t of c itt lr' ll. "y Itp 1 -.'1
S 'i:i Nor i<'li K :i llri ot for lhy
thl I > ;l n r:-;its. r, n th -li.i l i :':o
jll l l t ;i le 'if l rl" :- I- i '>
M nite'rl ni l d a'ft,'r a hlo fn ils.: -o 11a i,'
+'llii \u ils r -ji> a-l :'-- Nn w\- l: a w- 'h : th
f.r!.lbr:) .*< i'l:11 .:1< ,. fa nl t l.,, notfit '
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f- i 'tota i ll '.'In a it, li i fI 'i ia <' <>n
"i l:i 'h ii ilt t a t i ilv t"''i if'' 'e" a;i;t i
i -t at int i '., tii;;rt- ii- '- 'il a wil: l ?. a.. la t
< 'm ay ti 1 :11 l : s l ; iil'' ii thi V 'n.:'t '-
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s%-" to,

4'f 1:1.'i iI tIh '\,. li!,' n,i st of the uwtn
ln ii.r \te a :it l:ti timi '. vwere' the kind
thi it I tilh .lmntI n.i k ;anil were d -'
e .,l!i\ ;:i"rl. -, i i t i.- m matter of life."
Ilia W e p'wern Storhl '.
i ain. : i; i tat I dI riot like.
t.)i k l.1 ;.' vIt'l tm;' Al ini. ;idlot ts." re
hIl ;! 1 t' | W:lt :1 1IIa "I,, ''f S41ll4
!i,'-r ,;i t1 li r' |>:>rti "';. io rast ia
tl !,; i' l- l Ti1r jI llntilh it t of ilm y *tlt
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I ;i l. t !" ;i I !'lt T i: t \;.i i t iit i tt f i a'.
of l li til t' i:W-! l1t!: h ig prairie fir1:y




th e i r in thei il- is the sat-, kind of grass. probably.
th::t novers the velilt in Stith Afrisa.
which th e Plts Iburn for ae iln a part
of ibheir warfare against t;renit Britain.-
.A 1:illt A WV. lwUdv.

Working Night ar.d Day
The busiest and mightiest little
thing that ever wa made in Dr.
King'.s New Life Pill-.. Every pill lt,
a susar-coated globule of health, that
changes weakness into trenit*h, 11is-
les,.neas into eneriry, brain-fag into
mental power. Tlhey're wonderful
in building up the health. Only 26c
pier box. Sold by W. A. D'Alemw

s-*',, I r it s -,,& th,.ret iPoo tflh .
S. l'. t l.iila t<. M1roon 1.-The Ex-
ityniu-i'r Patsi: ts r ge Crocker tias re.
sioniiu as director ant second vice epr.ii
dent of the 'outherun l'aPuetf comply
and president of the iutiern Pacific of
Cabirftrfa Mr Crocker, wbo is now
In New lrkfarraor rniin;gti o .o on a tour
of E urlope ..at seat a it-iugran toheis
city. %Titll!u nuis resignation. This act
on lii: s part niatt resi tliat ail the ateria
of ttl, cntraor b-tween she speyqer
and Crt.Akers or the purenaseof the
latter's Southern Piafile sftockh-diaer,
by the former. have barn folly com-
plied with. His succes-or as outbera
Pauific director is to i~ Mtr. Juhn W.
Mackay.
r>lpli.x -s t" Ioren-'*.
J:. Ia:r ( c:.a C., March I -Secretary
fvauns o the state Wuari uof health has
jus returned fr,>m VWliamsbobrg
(unlty. where he alis bnT iunvtts!gaisting
tle siUa.lipox ourtbreak Dr. Evansayse
that tue luiection came from Bamberg.
About ".0 cases had been wound in Wil-
liaimsburv county, bu all of them bha
beeu put uuner strirt quaraiittAuse wii
guards in charge. He thinks tha uno
further spread need be feared, as he
lets the vace.nators lt work in the
whole section.

Stram-r Westov-r Dnmberd.
PniL.ADI.tHiA,March 1.-Tie steamer
Westover. from JacktonviAll. for Inis
city, was seriously itumagted this morn-
Ing by collision with one of the arosle
lea pier in the Delaware river at Mar*
cu, Hook. The weather was very thick
at the ijiiI Hter entire bow. about
three feet above thl water. was cout-
petery itirn awar The co1 lisiou balk
head bavCd her troh tini nlg.

'niv i*-*** **of Kish l ** zl intoll.
CHICA;(O. Marchi l.-Fonmer Banker
E. S Dreyer was tound guity roday of
witblh,4ing from his nsuccessor ia treas-
urer i;li;.000 of the West PArk it under.
The jury flied the punishment ast T


F-'r "a clkar coipillexion, bright
-p.rkling eve aird viv',roi-t ,Idisro
inor, tak *RI'ou.V .M'I lrTaItTS.
It pt*'t tie* sy-'ia-n int p-i fct (,rd'-r.
Sold by H iianah Ilr<-.

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


I-A FEltv lIlII jp


-It


II


ma Ii.
ILIr


c.f l:;';tt' '. t th-i' ." .' aa-4 i n a
r j ..- jr;,'ini fl!i:,l in i -,toire i,4
.-il.-i.'uy r-ure-. l'ir,( firii;:-a mean at
-;,---fdy recovryV. P,,,i drugs inl.im
;i r-l;Iap--<. ",*t wa! th!e be-iet. Lot
u- fill your prescription. atid no:)ply
other in.dicines. 'W. 'T. < f.r-..n A '.
"T hek P rt ,,m ri, n tiy n n r .i.r ... "' 7 4 -


An-

Makes thefood more delicious and wholesome
NOVWi i=mm POwOC CO... e iOmLJ


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THE DAILY WEW8: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 2, 1900.


EMPLOYMENT OFFIlE.
Ring up :82 or call at the office.
11 North Palafox street, when in
need of a carpenter. B. D. Hoffman.
BRuiness Aierit of the Carpente-r'
and Joit.ners' ni n. will furnii-h you
with the desired liIlp on short no-
tice. '25otf


GAS


RANGES


LADYSMITH


IS RELIEVED


Dundcnald and a Composite
Regiment Occupy LGng
Beleaguered City.

PIVOTAL EVE!TT OF WAR

ClemIenles Occupies Cb-rg-Buller
1is 3l1uvi'g nes Neithli.rp*--loerr Are
Itepuli,-d at 31fs kernt, After a S#-
vere Strui:gle, Wii1 HlieiMvy Litevs.
All lGre at IBriateli 31a d Witlh Joy.
Blusinee bnuspe@-d.el, Siores Ciosed,
echouoe T.ikingx it Vcatiorl, Bell
Chialilmleg, i.iuni Iousi:gr, Fllegs Fly
Inge, *ed Jubilation LUuprecedeated
In History of Encgtnl.nd.
LONDON, March 1.-The war office has
received the following dispatch from
generall Builer:
".LY iATlTO. 'sHEADQUARTERS, March
i.-General Dandonald. with the Natal


All Connected
Ready for Use
for...


$13.00!



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.


bgp : US In aTial.


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PEIICOAI GS C


No. 3 S. Palafox Street.


James Hughes'


Boiler Uforks8


Steamboat and Sawmill
Work a Specialty.

:s*aui H)ilnr'. Tink- an1d lShi-t Iron
W ork M.:aliiliUt r(al and IR --
pair-ed. Pi;'F- -it:rign t,
All Kand-.
Si9 to 813 SomL Palafox Strettl
P. 4 s. B i i l. '*-:. p1loi !,..


rEN 4A('(OJ.A.


FALON1)A.X


THE HEIME ACADEMY OF MUSIC,
No. S N'rt' ;'info\ ,tr..t.
MiSS EVELENE M. HEINE. Principal.
MISS IDA PIAGGIO. Assistant.
V% e*' a Ui r". \ .' j. ; a: I'miHi". I p-.,
frysitli H It le- i l;t*(r. ; .trnl Mitia; i tl;,.
-
Best Patent Flour.
Our Br'vt -,d ,:o',,t lal
Patentf ifs thesi t h,.. ur thiaf
cai be p"'rod uc/ blb (. n 1

ForfetA.fe .1ti /.s one i 0f
the best Breal'fast Food on
te market.
.411 made by The 0. E.
Standard .afiI Co. and fr,r
sale byI ew Orleans (;ro-
cery Co.
,.riS. ..I'HIUGII.
Phone 105. Proprietor.


1WYRH rAL PILLS


LORD I t'N DONALD.
Carbineers and a composite regiment,
entered Ladysmith last night.
"The country between me and Lady-
smith is reported clear of the enemy. 1
am moving on Nelthorpe."
Roberts aiild Kttrch-frnr' Strategy.
LonDON. March 1.-Witle it is gen-
erally realized that Lord Roberts' strat-
egy is mainiv responsible for the relief
of Ladysmith, there is a feeling of anx-
iety leot his plans suffer from the horde
Creneral Buller might let slip into the
Free State Evidently Lord Roberts is
awake to the situation. The signifi-
cance of General Kitchener's presence
at Arundel is not yet explained. But
wherever he goes something is likely to
happen and developments may shortly
show strategic plans as intereqt;ng aq
those which culminated in the defeat of
General Croune.
ioer ReKpulsed at .Mafeking.


LoN.roN. March I.-A special from
Cape Town says that a telegram has
been received there from Mafeking an-
nouncing that the Boers made a severe
and protracted assault on Feb. 27, but
were driven off at all points. The truce
which is usually observed undavs. was
broken on Feb. Is by another fierce at-
tack, but after determined fighting the
Boers were repulsed with a loss of 40
killed and wounded. Tne efenucrs.
who were abie to take advantage of the
shelter of earthworks, lost oniy two
killed and three wounded.
Iloe-rs Re-tre ting.
RII-NU'U ,. March 1.-General C:en-
ents, escorted by a smuidron of Innis-
killings, entered Colesburg this morn-
ing and received a. enthusiastic recep-
tion. The Boers are in full retreat. A
number of their leading men have been
arrested. The inhabitants are well and
not starving. They have suffered manv
indignities at tne hands it the Boers.
btt no violence.


Will N,1c Intervene-.
ruit:;N, Mairch 1 -In rep:y to a ques-
tion the foreign office told the corre.
spondent of the Associated Press that
in spite of newspaper F atements to the
contrary, tieimany neither knows of
any pr.ojrt for uTervemug in South
Africa Lor lnteii.s .such herself.
lio. <. ,n JA.iImetowi.
sTr::K-.'..iT. 'a;'c C 'lony, March 1.
-I he Li ,rq a:n:!t that thebr losses
when Brahant ,':ptnred Jamestown
were "', l:.ieit. :2'3 w. united and 300
Ii-b.Uig.


CASTORIA
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought

u

i-b -.H A Il%'P FI ZXW i k i t I-t
bi-vti a ,zo L r your iifrit cud ai,:d for
SOLD BY
1) tNNHASsER BRROS.
Peiinsaccela, Fla.

F~l-'E.oU11)AND) GULF LAND) co.
Pj~~s ~Fi.tFL. Feb. 14. 15'
A it tIt: 'tIIA it 1 '~'ed-1 5 el


'Rock=a--Bye Baby
These are sweet wrs but hc:w x'.ch
Fana-:m re~. h used to retar.. it's
::e 7 f- n:-.S .c S-M c : t, *S F:,7en as
I z!zo7!-.e k7:.-~:n emztn --.e7:3 ave
tt-,!- -p;-e7td -,.ch of tn'e ani7 -nc' c-.
L- NI ibher's friendd tz a I- -~t ct tE
anK~d c'ea2- f I
~reta: s-.ra 7,cc- -.ts -tnev r.rn n
ea: ~::-otpa.n. t3ze,.- -F r n --is
-taken :n-ern'aly'. I1'rrna! rened'es
Z* ot.r-. e Co m ore h arm t r ..aj; c i 1f a


womnan is supplied with this sp!end:d l:ni-
ment she need never fear rising or swe:r:g
breasts. morning sickness, or any of tr.e
c scomfors which usually accompany preg-
nancy.
The proprietor cf a large hotel in Tampa.
F:a.. writes: **My wife had an awful t:rme
w.'h her first child. During her second
p.egnancv. Mother's Friend was used and-
tre taby was born easily before the doc:cr-
arr:ved. It's certainly great."
(Get Mother's Friend at the
drug store. $1 per bottle.
THE BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO.,
Atlanta, Ga.
w :', fi our u free .lustratedu bok, hIif..r- l;at,)
is iurn."


The Wiord fine.
How 11 h:1--;It ha ii'elruve I Iimit. w" Y1f.it






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Gr(liad isw sMealchMlls,

i -Ii v-ime.anufacturers vur
CHItE MELeAND wht R ,;it;1 rd aI
KTO1K1)E 1).

I'ationl- (,Inust or theei
eve.ot t'msl %zin YOUtbo., buy 'our Mal
'4t.A-vu t,.d 1fro.nthe 4t Heofn.. i 1aiuii k rur. d.
r 0 ryeetiilG OU ncuAgehi'i. Iul


* CLEMENTS IN COLESBERG.
j Rports RtaiwAy Comminnllestlioo
Ceiar ant ICeiri.rs 1to li.ee-b.r.
LoNDO.-, March I.-The war office
has received the following from Gen-
eral Roberts:
PAALIDEUEKO. Feb 28.-G-(nerai Clem.
ents reports that on hearing Cokl.serg
Junction had been evacuated he sent a
t(,rce to ocnupv L'o esberg Junction and
rode into C ,leibera. where he received
an entbns:a~tic welcome. He secured
a certain amount o: ammunition. ar
rested several rebels and then returned
to R nsberz,.
He reported the railway line clear
and worKing to Lanewalewnan's sloing.
He wii report tomorrow as to the few
culverts wnich bave been b'own up
Coiesaerg and Colesberg Junction are
, held by our troops.
Amn-ricann VI iverslti-s Organ z *.
CHICAOO. March 1. -Representatives
of the leading American universities
have effected an association to be known
as the Asociation of American Univer-
sities. It is for the consideration of
matters of common interest relating to
graduate stuay. The following execu-
tive committee wa elected: President.
Charles W. Eliot of Harvard university;
vice president. Benjamin Ide Wheeler
of the University of California; William
Raney Harper of the University of Chi.
cago, President D. C. Gilman of Johns-
Hopkins university and President Seth
Low of the Columbia university.
l.nd) Burdett-c'oaots.
Iarn,'ss I'i ',l,,t-l'oitts' .sister died
'.,'i4 l]y t!t h 'lr rI,",ilri 'rf. S itu)il iiun
[)pa: l llau:-. Shel \%is s. iiir ti l.:i.Ily
Itlll',l ''tt- '1Iltts l:r1l l" -*V: \ s oue soi)1 .
w lii i- :I rit'i, n. ael;i, li:is a i fa in ily. SIhe
w\ ns !1(i ;ii li \':is '.i I' o tly st Irvivilig is-
ter if t li w I);i (n tq Shlt I.1: riti'd l!t'
litt lt >\. .I::iI'S I iliiinioInd M(ioney in
1IOS,. i Lady Iluri.Iltt-('oiits is lniow tlie
sole rI'pr-sii'tiati\ of thie faiiily (of
Sir Francis Hliuidett.t. I.. fifth baro-
net. which consiitei.d of one sou and
five d;IUllh its.
c a.. O n. .a
Bemr the The Kid You Have Always & ug



Do You Want


for Infants and Children.
The Kind You: Have Always Bought has borne the s:nia-
ture of Chas. H. Fletcher, and hlas beIin made under hi-t
personal supervision for over 30 years. Allow no o) ,e
to deceive you in this. Counterfeits, Imnitations stand
*"Just-a.'-god" art but Experiments, and endanger the
health of Childre-n-Experience against i experiment.

The Kind You Have Always Bought
Bears the Signature of





In Use For Over 30 Years.
Tet Cma .S C esAL VI OM.AT u 8a"Tr. -ers on CrYY


has H. Turner.


+*ARCHITECT*.


--AND--

General Contractor

HlIiildin.g. H'-pairin;,. Mantel and (Gra.ite S. tin.. Pl','it.:'_'. "n \\
and ia- l-'ittrin .
A Complete Plumbing Department under the
Management of E. B. Morey.
f \rr*i-ti I)1-i n-a. E-atimnatto PLat -.ii!l S;.cifi.i"';if.,:- f.r !,
ing of All I: ud-, 'Prepared on Stiirt N.lti.'.-.
S.\ La:irz i and(l Carefully 'el.v.i',,, S .n-k ,*f Fini ..I M ain'. I-. i.
T ilin iir f All Kinds-; Haith Tub.. ('sl,-et aindl I ,n-.hi,,llt .\.;-li .t-. -. a
Hot Wat,-r a td as Fixtures.


:: Telephone No. 345.


---THE

ATTENTION, ihADIESICjiz eneNational
Are you sunburnedili N tol


reaaenea oy neat. norm
-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

q4qqis' f P4q p4oy,
215 South Palafox St.


Indigestion!

I e chi allenge the world
to produce a remedy ceual
to the .Matchless .Min eral
(('tter for the cure of In-
(i/gestion, DIyspepsia and
(illforms of Stomach, Bow-
el Troubles and Skii 1is-
cases. Guaranteed to cure
or money refunded. Cost
only .7 cents a day to use it.
)n e dollar bottle last twen-
Iy days.
For sale by all d('ruiists:
also I' T. Green C('o. 7
S. Palafo.r Street.
OR ADDRESS

W. WI. VILIMNSON,
Greenville. Ala.
Teliionisl F-ronm Jildfg <*as.on.
11<1 h ,N V 1I.|. ,.A li Al& I,. i'.1.1 .
I ak. grr-At pl-afz re ,on r** '-rt ing to thp
imri rl n' irid I h ninIrtiiof WitIlk I ion',.t Match-
,.n \-iti-rail Water. Thin i natural mineirntl
'ifl,, 11ii p*.ronai l knowledge. if-s InKten
ri i t w -'I till e t miie. .-at(t o(f (ireenvill-.
ii1 tih <-') condition n in which it i% old(. I
tiv.- -n this "Mater ustd, with wondvr~iul
s.ucc.',. for dyvp.-p.,ia. Indigestion. sor.
*ye. and for truiptivi- diip'ess.. sores and
u'cerr. in mon and animals. AS a r-meulv
ftr it)j-- trouhile.. I do not believe its
"' ilal xit. It I. highly recommended by
physicians for a number of diseases..
ZELLE (IATO.,
Judge of Probate Court, Butler County.
Alabama.

j CURE YOURSELF:
1 Ir ,h. ,i r f I... I r .!
i rri t it r c..'


OF PENNACIOLA.


L. HILToN (;R-:I-N.


Bank


JOHN F. l'FIKIFIER.
B.M. BUS;HNELL,.
Assr. ('ASiIER.


DIRFCTORtS:
r. F..%vELF t.r. M. FISHER.
K. J.%V.H ,1MI -buttl Er. J & I F.PFEIFER
L. ffILT[nN UREEN.


RIX M. ROBINS EN
MOItHIS BEA I.


A General Banking BusinEss Transacted.

Vegselw' Aceourt lHandled on Favorable Terms, Ex.
Change Bought and Sold, Collections
Promptly Attended To.

A CCO UNTS SOLICITED.



The Star Laundry.,


THEPIOER 11EV T oF IEST FLORIDA!


Care And Attentoijl



(lIi wiry c:arf.- atit Il crd u~ary


hiecotnhilich..iejwoiide'r- i-
t-moii-riaund *jij-.'l v-d.


ALL WORK C. O. D.
TELEPHONE 114. 37 GARDEN ,
S"W'90-'D. CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED FREE.743
WATiKRU INGRAHAM. Manager


ESTABLIuu.usA. 1863.

McKENZIE OERTING & CO.
(* DaALZSaM IN

Ship Ghandlery and General H duiare.
t08 AND a IS. PALAFOX STBIEET.

REVERE COPPER COMPANY, JOHN A. ROEBLING'S MO\ -
GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RUSSEL & SON' PUM '-
uam, ir t l. ints1. ln, lutsa Inttnmts. SUrts, hmin, lnU
OOMPAm0. LGo. LW.
C McKenzie Oerting Collecting Agent for HBr Pilot.' B-...
ciation.


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


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for Infants

should have only milk for at
leastthe firstyearoflife. But
thin milk, skimmed milk, will
notnourish. It'sthe milk that i
is rich in cream, or fat, that I
does the work. This is bz- |
cause fat is positively neces-
sary for the growing body.



contains the best fat, in the
form of Cod-Liver Oil, for all
delicate children.
They thrive greatly under its use.
Soon they wigh more, at more.
Splay better andlook better. It's just
the right addition to their regular I
lood. The hypophuphites of lime
nd soda in it are necessary to the
growth and formation of bone and
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TO TH IF; PUBICB.l
iv. j fIi roi --e d aol :ufill. '.,t qf
m'lld ktol-if C~il.s.and -a-'li thfeiii at

C!.ocodat.4* Iroips. 21', cetit, per
eUl4taiin Mi xd. 2 potund-; for 2-7
All F11V Y NMixfed ('i tdY. t l,.- bpzt
over brotiiarlt to P,-xiacoia.at 4'm centsi
~-wr polmid. Call and see for y-our-


LONDON'S DAY OF JUBILEE.
A 14r-.zy f I.aohillni Over the
iR'i-ff" f L,.ldstnith.
L-NDON.. March 1.-When the news
of the relief of L3dy-uith became gen-
eraIly known London literally went
wad wirU joy and ibrughout England
the .cenes witzn-sed cave no parailleiin
toe memories o: tais generation
The tent-up jubilation at :he relief
of Kimb.riey could no longer be con-
troilei and with today's crowning tri-
umi.h, the national trait of self restraint
was ILrowu to the winds.
'J he lord mayor of London immedi-
ately telegraphed his congratulations to
Gn-n-rals Wnite aud Buller. When the
q,.en received the newsat Windsor, the
bel.s of the Cur:ew tower of the castle
wr.e run in honor of the event.
II. i S. rinl O J.ubilationI centered the
Manuion iHuU e and oy nuon thousands
o: )persn t bloiKed the iniany aproacnes
;o ::;a; r in ibuiding. It was a dense
biack mavs. -vtupj-ed ci:etllv of busi-
ies illen, ibe iiia'ori'v of th-ni carry-
-rig ii1t:- union "-at:-. Never before
wi. avr"re- -uca a sie of fliigs as today.
S:o :e; broers, bu.taters, clerks and
wt.rKiu tsinen ldamberrd on top and as
toe buses lunimh-red past the historic
buildiu.:. waving flagR, hats and hand.
kerchiets and c.Alling tor cheers for
Builer and Roberts. A mighty snout
answered them frcGm the crowds.
Tue procession became continuous,
yet the crowd never tired of cheering
tue naimei of White, Buller or Roberts.
Grave old financiers waved and yelled
as rrancticaily and as often as the ur-
chins who had clambered the steps, that
Enariand's honor had been saved.
Toe strain mat or 1 1. days had kept
the nation in terrible anxiety was re-
moved. The lord mayor showed him-
seif at a window, out of which hung a
huge flag, and the crowd veiled itself
noar.-e Staid magnates grabbed flar-
ing posters from newsboys and brand-
ished "Ladysmith Relieved" to the roar-
ing throng. All tnonoht of business
was forgotten. Nothing could be done
on the Stock Exchange except sing '"Gol
Lave the Queen" and cheer. Business
at the Baltic wheat market cl;oed at 1
o'clock. No one wanted to trade on
such a day as this. The stores gave
their employes a holiday.
The lord mayor wired Lady Buller:
"My sincerest congratulations on
your gallant husband's achievements. "
He also ordered a holiday for the city
schools Later he answered the de-
mands of the crowd by a speech in
which he said:
'bhe news makes our hearts leap for
joy. We now ate satisfied that our sac-
ritice of blool and treasure is not in
vain."
The stately foreign Ilice so far forgot
itself as to display lirge union jacks
from the window..
Crowds blocked the war office lobbies.
strug.giing to hear for themselves the
glad tiaings and cheering for General
Buller, Lord Dundounid and other be-
rops.
Briefl;, fr-m cn end of the metropo-
lis to the other joy reins supreme.
Bauntin2 was flying everywhere in the
bright March morning, and scarcely an
omnibus pas-ed but bad tied to the
driver's whip a union jack r red, white
and blue streamers.
All over the U i:od K ngdom these
scenes wenr- dp)ioate i. In all the
cities liz and little whistles tooted,
bells ch-i'ed and crowds paraded theo
streets. signingg patriotic sons In the
barlois adl rre vesselss dressed ship. and
at the nmi iary dentots scones of the
wi dert oethusiasi prevailed
At Liverpool. addressing a crowd of
20.wU0 people, the lord mayor said:
"I hb-nk A'.uithty Go.i for the giori-
ous news We have awaited it pa-
tientiy We are satisfied that under
the humane laws and government of
this country, the Boers. in a very abort
time, will be loyal citizens of the Brit-
ish empire."
"I i)d bronchiti, every winter for
years auid no medicxine gave lle per-
manent relief till I began to take
One Minute Cough Cure. I know it
is the best cough medicenie malde."
says J Koontz,Corry, Pa. Itquickly
cures coughs, colds, croup, asthma.
grrippe and throat and lung trouble.
It is the children's favorite rem,-dy.
Cures quickly- Hargis'* Paruniacy.
John Sheppard and S. Kahin.
We will launder your spr'ea(l- for
15 cents each and make them liok
like new. Star Laundry.

late ,Th KindT You hahe Always Baughi
rYtw y


Acme Beer.

THE REST RFI'V -(I,1) IN
I'EN A('(,I.A.


WEAK KIDNEYS nedanCerous Kidneys because they
are favorable to the appea-ance of Bright'S Disease.



IPrickly Ash Bitters

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

IT IS FOUR MEDICINES IN ONE. A SYSTEM TONIC PAR-EXCELLECE.

RI3CE $I.00 PER BOTTLE. PREPARED BY PRICKLY ASH BITTERS CO.
SOLD BY A I.. DRUGGIST.


T IEJA.1T.A.ZI 2 OM.. O81ocia.l Ageoxz.t.

THE ORIGIN AL X AM


ST. LM


A. B. C.


BEER.


J. VIDA, Sole Wholesaler.

/ 1180 I18ISKIES. BRIDIES WINES. IMPORTED IND DOMESTIC
hPani Jones and Echo Sprinis Celebratcd Wlislies.
M 1 HNTRY I BOITLE OF CELERY TOIIC.
PHONE 154. : : : : P. 0. BOX 587.
JUG & FAMILY TRADE SOLICITED
Free Delivery to Any Part of the City.
-,i A C All orders left at The Office, Vidal & tmith, will to carefully
attended to.



o-PROPRIKTOR OF--

CRONIeS S hLOON
o--DEALER I.N-o

Imported and Domestic Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
JUG TRADE A SPECIALTY.


Coi ner Relmont and Devilliera Sts.


PENRACOLA. FLA


H. H. WICKE,


Plumber, Gas and Steam Fitter,

No. & South Palafox Street.
All Kinds o. Plumbing and Oa, Fittfngs Materials Kept -n Hard


YELEPHO0WO Rwi


DUNN'S


HOTEL


ON EUROPEAN PLAW.


R5stauvant Attached, Open Day and $ight.
OYSTERS, FISH AND GAME OF ALL MIfNDS IN SEASON.

Special Orders at Any Hour.
RATES:-From $1.00 to $1.5o per Day. iLODGING:
.1.n anil 51 S. South Palafox Street. Pensacola. Florida. ? 25 and 50c

'IMxB TARTAR.

LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD.
IN EFFECT JANI A RY' 27. WOO.
N,.. ;. No. 2. No. 1. No. 3.
1H:It noon 11 :- p In Leave Pensacola .....A riv., 4:15 p in ma: m am
2: I.p m 12:.5i night Arrive ...lomaton Arrive 2:45 p in 2.X)5a iI
1:12 p i) ; 3:0t:a nm Arrve ..... Mobile ..Arrive l2:: rKnoon 1'2: ) night
':;ip ) m 7:4) a in Arrive New orleans Arriv 7 a 1n 7 :45p im
6:04) p in I;:o a Im Arrive .. Montomnery Arrive 11 :2 a nii '130 p mI
'. :. i a in 7:10 pm Arrive .Nah-iville Arrive* 2:21 a in : n:ll a nII
12:''5 no) n :::) a m Arrive Loui-vill Arrive :12' p m : ." a n
4 :) p in 7:1n6 a m Arrive ('Vncinetti tLeav S 6:4) pin 1II p nI

BET w.&N PENSACOLA AND JACKSONVILLE.

No. '. No.3. No. 2. No. 22.
I I .initht 7:i am ...a.. Penfsacola 11l:4 p in e.:. p m
12:5Mnigbt 7:; an Milton lo10:2 un I:-i p In
4:iCi a in : a 2ani Del'uiilak spring i M:ii p i n :4" p m
,;:4t>ft ti li::N a in .... I hipley ,:'i3 p in 12:57 p ni
7: I : m i I : l-i a l Mariainna i't p i ln 2.1'i noon
s a iIi t ) :i'; noon River J function .'5::.I1in :'n 10:) a in


I: pD m
7 :25' p in


* l'ilAhAstree


:;. p m
!6:20) a m


JOHN NICHOLAS'


? Smoke DURHAM Ci-
gars at D'Alemberte's.

-5 Furniture on Credit


---- ..~. ..


Three Reialar
Meals Tach DNY


"iit'Ib.qlat, mqt, q-,-q-


.Mo-t beautiful liti.- of -ih- bhoards
*>vtr shown in tih- city. Wa.rdiobes.
with glass doors off e-very -descrip-
rion, from the cheappest to the flne-t.
Roll-top secretary ca.-- elegantly
finished, a fine line of china closets.
and everything contained in a first-
claas9 furniture store at 0. M. Pryor'-
Bargain Furniture House.


LODGE DIRECTORY

KNIGHTS OF r ArmUAS..
Pensacola Ilodge, No. 3. K. of P,
meets every Mofday sea-
iug at 7:30. at CastleHa11.
in lutebinson ball. Woes
/ Intendencia street.
^^t'sVisiting brethren cordally
Co^C knW welcomed.
H.J JiDEvi iP.
H. HORMLKt. C. C.
..KK. .& M.
W. 0. W.
Live Oak Camp No. I Wo4m man of the
World.
Moetq flrst and third Friday night In
each month. Visiting twovreigns cordi-
ally invited. W. W. W. WATIOW.
S. I. TIAM sI. Clerk. C.C.

CHAS. COTTRELL,
Artistic Photographer,
ROOM 3. FIMHERt BI'llDING.
204'. SOUTH PALAFIOX STtRET.
latisifaction *iiarantet- In Every Par-
ticulair.


HINGBIR BROS. CO.,


WnLEn e. cum,


Palafox Street,
Pensacola. Florida.


-IN-


R~eal


Estate.


$1000 will buy liii acres of land nortfs

$200011n I t
of tbecity and we.t of Uouldig.
$2000 will buh s, acres a $3000w111 buy four iit solid block*
$300 and a prat1 sev-n room bouse
This property Is in New Lity.
f will buy 7:5i acres between Bil
0W VW Bayou and Little Hayou. This
property lias water front on the bay: atls
on Big Bayou and Little Bayou.
$5000 will buy one of the best rest-
dene0d-nce on West Hill. situated
on street car lin-. has i0 rooms and all mood-
-rn conveiicences.
will huy lot with I'V ft fronton
$WO Palafox street. mouth of ;.rpg.
ory. This can be imme-diately utilized for
business purposes.
1 f will buy lot with 2 ft front on
S$7000regorv and .;9i ft t-ont on Al-
caniz and 11.2 ft front on Wright. ThiT
property has nice cittagt', on it, and tIberris
plenty of room to build a dozen houses more.
$8000 will huya hamisdomn residence
pWF on vast (Gr.gKm y t tw-wetn Palia-
fox and Tarragoua strpoet%.
$9000 will I)uv Hi m ,, "ii-re farm wltt-
$ good 'l I u- 'anidl m farn build .
Elegant property flor truck faornsing *ad
dairy purp', e4. Thi ljla."- 1, j :.ot outside
the city Ilimilts.
$10 0 0will biv a lt Ii t 1'- b tiin h en
$10000 part of thli- t w(h i 11I' feeS
front.


IR estaiur.Xa zt, J. E. Stillman & Co.,


305 N. TARRAGON STREET.
O)PPfOMITE II IN IPi'T.


Dannleissvr Bros., IDeals at All Hours.


AGENTS.

Mso Sold by M. PC:ry ari u Ytcs,

The Jug Trade

Is Our Specialty.-- -
Prompt Delivery ai..-I ms ti-faction
Guaranteed.

Dannheisser Bros,


4tl South Palafox St.,


lj'A Complet, Stock of Fruit-. Nut,. (4
Con-t.tiitly on Hand.


Finest Oysters for Family


LIast Side of Plaza.


Open Day and Night.K

S' Kodol


TT-a- a- im sal w


JOHN McDAVID, H. A. W ERS,

REAL ESTATE AND BOKERACE.B
,Btcher and Green Grocer.
CITY PROPERTY. FARMING PONE 172
PHONE 172
AND TIMBER LANDS Fres- Tletnease and Native Meats,.
FOR SALE. Chickens and Country
*Pe.-u. ,i, rl,.ai ,.


Dyspepsia Cure.
Digests what you eat.
It artifilclallyd. gest, t he food andald
Nature in strengthening and recon-
structing the exhausted digestive or.
gans. It lsthelatest discovered digest.
ant and tonic. No other preparation
can approach it in efficiency. It la-
Itantly relieve and permanently ueya
Dyspepsla, Indigestion, Heartbwm,
Flatulence, Sour Stomacb, Na
SickHeadache,Gatralga,Crampa,am


2zc Eacnt ,iB


__ __ _~


_____


THE OYSTER SEASON.
The oyster in his bed of oose.
Waked with a start from his hammer
snooze.
..Pone his shell. and !etd. with a yaws:
ear that our season of safety is %one.
For my pleasant dreams were disturbtd by
tbe jar
That is always caused by the letter R.
And I know by the keel of that btdeos~
sloop
That some of us shortly wi:l h! in the wop*"
And so they win. for the sloop was
filled with the finest and fattest.
This sloop was sent out by Nick
Apostle and these choice oysters are
now for sale. done or raw, ready to
chaw, at his restaurant. You can
get them by the plate, dozen, hun-
dred, barrel. dray load, wagon load
or car load. Owing to the rush 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.

CALL AND INSPECT
The Large and Complete
Line of Iron and Brass
BIEDSTEAlD ait
The Escambiia Fnrnitnre Company's.

Five Thousand Rolls
of Wall Piap)er in stock, all of thela-
rtvt pattern-, adil niore cominir.
Prices fu'in .iS to $1.7.5 per roll, J. E.
R.,- & Co., N,,. !1 N. Palafox,
Phoni e :,','. 24f-tf


crCwclnrr~,q~ M.4


timu is C-Siuulj.LLLY


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4 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 2, 1900.


THE DAILY NEWS:
Sater'id at tb"- Pot Office at Pensacola.
ia.,aeecond-clavss matitr.
OrrieC: Pitt Bu!ldinXg.-1 1touith Pala-
Gaeltreat. up-0tat l.
Pt BIl.1'Ies Sl II,
THE KEWS PItPLISHING 00.
Terms-Invariably in Advance.
n YVoar by Mal! *0(
760 Month I
o &no 94 on t h
0-O Week. >.y Carr;.-r. pantill.- Moniduy It

THE W KICMKLY NEWS:
Putlifhed v ery Friday ht i; '.,, j r ytar
Postage i-r.'.-
TELEPHONE NO. 118.
Advertising Rates Furnishk don Apphca'ion.





Th a paper Is O ftle with the
IlG ADVERTISING CO.,
Eadlit B hiding. St. Paul. Minn., where
c1dfwtei Idvertiemr and other: may
exe ipe ft ad where estimateL will be given
P COLe*OAt r GQENIRAL ADVERTIIN&

PEISACOLA. MARCH. 2.- 1900


IN the debate- on the Porto Ric
hill Mr. Moody of Ma.-sachusetts,ad
vtcatling its passage, declared tha
the republican- i:it-ended toi abide b
the spirit hath- r thOaui the l.ttler ao
the constitution. aiid (conitt-ptuolus
ly referred to tl;hose whoi profa-*-ed t,
beguKled by a *'paper ctnstitutioln.-
The repubtlicatn- have t!:-ver hesi
tated to ignore alid :annIul tha- con-ti
tutioni whenever it co(1tlicted witi
their personal or political int.-rests
Their present attitude of conte-lmp
lor the sacred instrument i-s only thl
audaciot;us xpre.-ia;i of d(octrini-
which have always iarked tlilii
course whe-never the14y ,possessd tha(
powd-r to e-nif THI: Phi al l, liiita R (.c rd ra I .#rt'
ana itervi'av- with a wel! know'
:ravel. wio ri-cen'tly \ i-lted Pla- ,-
ria aitd t-,ll- -aR iita:!I'-ting fact-
.ibouit 0in Paul ail ii- boetrs. He
uec'lar,-M ta.' Kr:; zr is- woeith at
le ast l o, fortutie Le i'z -aid to i have acci'lltii-
lated by ext.rcia-:! n; tlih :utocratic
power Ih- pC-'---s. -For instance, he
,ownsi a railro.id. and all -lhiilpers
must pay 15 cents- a taon pl er mile.
Hauling by aany other vehicle is
punishable )y imipri-oninent iand
fine. W l .-ver the supreme court
renders a decision that is not pleas-
luIg xtoa Ooi Paul he- calmly reversa-
it. and appointt- tit w ju -ge-, withoIut
taking the troul)l.- t. o notify tie a,-
lending jiudg.. .
PlMt iof thie- amicable relations
-xisting between the two races in
Pensacola i. fuirnii-lted by Editor
Call of the Pii..-(aolat Exiponltnt
colored a in thIlt fIll,,winiz palrag ra-ph
in itts lat'-t Ia--t
A rv. tie .-t '!-:,e,. -*',; ;. 1,1 i''i;n-:. ,att tak-
insa sdV-atau a. i af I-, i |.| ;a .aa;ia ,,t. a.
jIffTere tj, lia i:i l t'.-, I .. Ill)- i .twl rw. i-ty-
In the o>uttl;.' N- t ro,*- ail., to do *a kilrtl
labor woik -;at.- -.-- %, i! li; lw hiat nt-iai:
bay labor ki- m :' c, ,r. : ,:l ,, -. ai,i;il
negroesei l.jo)ia. it -;. r talitr 1':" prai."-i than
A IU WLiJt. e'.-"r :;:t' ., *".''.': ,.'- i.> e-':ie i
mea t l i '. if a a: ia ,liI .a .
ra 'f :* -a la '* J-' a D I V i ia i- al
conduct at-1 Il "oni >lalnlet, an fIill t I t for it f we l'>c, ta ta o ,: .- tt Ia I .'- e:") ',
placA'tl ain a our lai .%- t ,\ t ,'a a tuit:aii
.+. ll lall-.ih anll it n ; i\ a ." -1 a:1-aI1 II.
,* : ,,, .i i :, 1
e 0':, 11 ta .I i alCa I a t i ; .A i N' .
SA Stak. i-. M r. Mcl i;i:l'y I.. nn v i c,.i-a d to
lie "in tIh- !.'nil!- f !,i- li, 1t id-."'
'l'iO-at w l:l .t t al. t;1 i t l a.!| y tao
.-trai hli!-,!i io ; ti- p ;i-onli;i il i:iie s.
and llil I put hii ;i:'. :.- ai ptlip: t, to
i1'- thvi'll bi dl iit a I i at- ia i.x ;at lital t-
gagfe otn his w:ll itm'ia I- <-i'..,-cr. peh
*-.tr P-iiinc 11 tLa. noi* -ay" that
his -o i1t ii i tii. If. lia :ai iolla it i t
tf tiatutr l tilh lla *, aa II t -- I 1-
tabl l e-xt I --i a 'iid aitlii t !, -
ha- the f-1' t li t a t a aI :i ;atl. i p i-
trie t, h i- in ,li t- li a ('a ;. ,, it:
r-pudi:-tiia l t I a t- .;- ;t *..-- et i-
liet W ltta :' ,: Ia: J:. i tI;:: -'- -t..;- 'at tIa-
8ttan w lait'tl <,iitra .- L:iI ir.: t a,i-
,afi(t'Ial .at i' !i-.
In liit l ~ W-- ? i a :- -
K ai tli h' ;, -; .I : !! :a 1 i -- -
,a;lt!V \ : i ta- I !' Iatit \'v, 1'

duty ia- t, ;il ,.-l: ;i- -a ,-- -',,-,-- t .' i;-
letwe n t!, ii I -d "t;,. iA;;>L
Portio Hi.a- : a,-;r !a.:- 1,*- .inct-

:;?ie ia.aalali'' ili ,;a:aa ,,;iaita .--t-, i i.t
f ,,r t ii[>., l.it f r 1 !. 1 1 "., .-
iaJ-t al ti.t a-laaa] w; t-iar ilt-

ted thl -i; f..\ ,:'::,, d, c:: int- to aippi !y
:-o its t'i;m:,.er.-r with taa l'raii: t
#'tateS. thy f,-l: ca,,i-trai;..d tlo *a ,
bthe pr.--idmt:'s axpressior ,'uit if
Uleir way or ltun: t1,ha i-k of f a:Ilre..
A.ccordi a.-'y :ie prIsident wais
"-,e< a." '-2 I pl ,tPo ptly :;iiti :in' ed
that a litt!- ,bi: ol pro:t-'c'tioi. -:i'y 25~
per cent t f t I )ingle'y tariff rata-..
would be ,highly proper in t:-' case
of Porto Rico. anid that he woa!d 1.0:
object t, a bil so providing.
Coul_ d anything be weaker or more
pu.illanintous.? Did any Amercai:


preeidenit ever be-fore present such a
t-pectacle of uninanlints.-S and trucu-

The republicans. in and out of con-
;;re--. wtll know that the eutir.c --


tern and doctrine of protective datiei
is involved in this apparently simple
- question. They realize that if thi
president's original view is allowed(
. to prevail, a blow will be struck a
the false doctrine from which it wil
be difficult for it to recover. Their
have doubtless made this lain t(
their president, and he, too. nom
realiz,-s how dangerous; his views or
, the subject really were to the pe,
, doctrine of his party. What a piti
it is, for that party, that the ,ontl
real. true. njauly, honest thiug h(
has recently said intlit be- aii.i-aid ii
the personr*l interest of the part
bosses.
As to those democrats who. in thU
p-rsonal interest of a few of theii
constituents. are disposed to join tht
horde of tariff robbers and! cast prin.
ciple to the windQ. the people wh(
elected them will settle with them

A. R. De Fluent, editor of th(
.h,,rnd, Doylestown, Ohio, -uiftTered
for a number of years irom rheutna.
tisnm in his right shoulder and side
He says: "My right arm at timer
was entirely useless. I tried Chamin.
berlain's Pain Balm, and was sur-
prised to receive relief almost inmme-
diately. The Pain Balm has been a
constant companion of mine ever
since and it ever fails." For salt-
by Hannah Bros.. 21 South Palafox
street.
THil POLICE COl'UT.
u-'ur Plckaninies Arreted Last Niglit
fiior l)i,-o-derly O('iditilc.
There were only a few law break-
ers who had to tell their sorrow. to
the mayor this morning, but t'ieL
i ties aggregated $15%.
Ellick Mini-, Allen John-Oii. .Jotn
Harris and Luciu- Brown, four pick-
a:ninies charged with disorderly con--
duct at the Union depot l.,a-t night.
were arrested v O(llicer I-ti-nj.iainl
a.ind each fined Vi thi-a li rninlg.
Clias. Light. Mabel lIroiuke. i>earl
Jonliisonli aiid Maud tcott. clh.iu gad
with cisiniig anld u-inig olhsci- i1.lt-
ruiage, in a hotiu-of ill-fame tlS nit it
ilayln street. wtel- dealt "%ith ;i-
iliaows:C ('has. Light atidl PO;il 1
.lo lii onl. di.-charzed. MaabIl Brook- -
and Matiud Sctt lilt-d 1$' i l aih.
n- s '. t'aiiiiph ll, a tra it prin't: r.
wa-' talt ip for :it datlys.
Wit. (Cri.-on. colored. charged w.t
-a'ittr.f iiir ,arhagc ill tie -treet tro ti
ii b tr-lI ine-ar the tlliitn d-ipot. \w;
filled $,-.
Joe 'Washliil!gon and 1 ( Thlomn-
-on cliargeld with lei;ig drutiik :.i:d
di.-orderliv. wt-ie each tint d ,7 ,'i.
EdK itidsonl. chi;rtg'.d wit'i ) i--;itlt.
wlio t- ca- e wa- contltii t<1 fr.,iii- --
tti day, wa.- flted $25.
Sitlney di-eiaoe i- th lie at-ny wet
ihave iiio-t too fear a-; a result oif tlie
fe-v .ri-lii i,.-tle-sn -.s of t o itiii.
v:auntrad lni)d -ri eiviliz.itili. It i-
;a trea ich-lroitl in-il wil kin out
its dia-;tdlv tff ct inuder cov.-r <,f thlit
u:oa-t trifli.)Ln -ymi;'toui. Ti:. fir-t
indication of wc-alit sa.f tt;, iialui.,
frfi' lU.lt lt -:i chaa+ s. (I, a'fe-tiv, troil-
l-, -,- Alit ll lbe the -ig i.;il tar ipralili t
r*-ii.o di il ni-at-ilre-. PHI< lit.y A -ti
Ili rr :i{< i- a l;idli:ey r n :.!- iy of -i.-
p3ai ative tim arit; it i. ,-iaothiinji i:i.-, -
i1i; ;lii l -tr-.i;tllt a :ill -. <'ii kl-. y : -..
li, v, s the a clti aili ,: r t.
:il\\ .ys alpp tr- in t!2,' ,!\! .l:i.,,,;
-t a.,--. c'!i-1 .- thl' >i.' ;r, .- ,.f t;.,,
,ti-.:<- a :and tha!',t2ii 1- n.';"0.- I, tat
c(Ian-il- ; and rg la l:tat; ft1 :
1'lt al -t i,.. cllit' 1. l \11 1 :i ll -i ;>ov.'rl- !
l)iiit l:-ack th.."- :i; :a2:h ; itt rI a.-
; a.o. aaf v" ruo .. ,i:. | I v

h-'ar at Tu -I;h c *i. i ..
Froilli tv rTyw it a i- ,'i '..* i; "
l i~a 'ta- ia2T r,,;D,>rt- ,,f I.."V.-i' "I.:a
-*.It,-, t in- ya.t-,: n ,!! lt'.itid i i ,t ;l -:
- tlalila-' la:iiiln a r. '"Ir t pr -- : ;1\ -
h1 ,-n d++cnl,-lly **ntlitl-ini-ti, ,,V,'r t!:,
- liarpl -i' ia ai ditl' lnl 'vi,!!it i !a ivt e
ia --ii nivia- to thi- 1 -.. 1 -.1 t
ilo utlut'tioii is itad to -;!ri]-- :. i!
l,'iii o :-.s aC id c' i -iti l .l l; 1.i-
li. ti -.i !. :i il v'- i tt,- i .at ; ,-
\'ivii ;til I '..-,-ir l I;t ,a ., 'a *' .. i-
w.w ;i t i- t!u-, o l. *a i pf t l :r, I '. .- ',.a

ti t ,;ali ;la ;i a a t il l -- :- t. v. : ,
i a l'.:tl; gi l l; it ai 1: .',tlit a ,a- i :.- -ari,
eI I 1. I t a i ll t l a ,- :' .
I at'-d.ay !iia lh.
Dr. Bull's ough Syrup invari ably c'.r-s
a I' ,t ta:.r ai a l- .
--.\ ia-r a 1 :: 1 LI 1 t.1* I : -.
'at. a .-a ,-a: -. -


Ad intur' iof Laity Ilrula.
\\ii l :i! Ma r:,- r ;, a.-a t ,.i r t i- :ai.-
'' .\ : t1 i a a l:,.,-- .1: aI a '* I ;: -'it-
I i h-, !a. i'a ::- a-, ,
-at' 1 ; ; ;*' ,, 1, I "a1 a a- -'
.." ,' a ; -'.,a 1 ,i ''"i 'r i- :a: .

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i l ; t : i : .
' -.:tl" te. l,* l o .'1a "-. oid a ll .-\
t" at te- -a"i aaa
f.'r w,. d g '*a* 1i !. i-.aidi N v i ii a :
I l I- '" .I l l i'. (' li l ;1 :
i.. i) L ; : : ti .:a: dt it w t-. .
t -a ta ; I :a a Io;::ii.'a t N. \V
',,.k rnti' w i,. 'I**l ;- tt.-' h.-t
* ili 1 II .1, I i "*!: .- A i .;- i' a n
S" -' a r :, ,: 1- i,' -a:it a 'a; :i,.-.l
1 l at ,' at, i : ;:1a <- ;i,' l '. la .

nl- a a '' I;t I 1| :.a 1 vI I-I
td! : .- 1. -i ,! i i ia ",. : -
'oI ; :it : i !* : :.' a ; roi, tlitt i i:;.
Attenl' ion. (.'asimlidat S' -. r -y .nailidatt fai" coni ;ty !it,.
- It i'l a-t.l-d ta aittemit 'a ii-a,- i:iit .t;
i, ,,li,.e of.IJtdge' T. -. MtChlIlaL.'i
.t 7 ..:l o'clock. Ti u o complete thlie plans for t :- pri-
narie 1-. B. HiNI. AY.
td Cirn::'ni. ('o, '.


The Non-Irritating

Cathartic
Io ': t a 'e. '" to ap erate-'

Hood's Pills


Lea & Perrns'

SAUCE


THE ORIGINAL


WORCESTERSHIRE
Gives a most delicious flavor to

Hot and Cold MeNoats,

Gravies,

Salads, Soups, Game,

Fish,

Welsh Rarebits, ets.

BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.

This ignate on eery bottle-



Jha. Dmca'i Sow, Ageats, New York.


I -LORIDA POLITIC 4.
r A Tallahas see Writer t ir.-s up Gut er
natoarial CandidaisN.
.-
The T'allahassee corre-pondenmt
the Atlanta Constituition furnish,-
thiat paper witl a detailed tanulata (
i "g -,-' onn hlow thit. various county, I
will vote faor gtoverntor in the state
. convention. lie cl:t a.a- them as fol
low; :
For !). HI. MIay--E-tamnlia, 11
Franklin, 2; lHolintm-. :;, J.lfflrsona
14; Lafvayette .:; Le,. 2; S:itit, Rosa
'; S"Ulter 3; Tayl 2r -; tvtal 4..
For I rid T. Mi i,--L-eeiu, 14: Lib
erty. I : Mi;antt-e, ;: MoIiinroe, 4; Na
S-anu, 4; PIlk. .; St. Johnlis. 7; Voilu-ia:
; Wakulla. 5; \Valtonmi, 4; Wa-lt.-ig
ton,3 ; t: total. (i1.
F",r J. D. iB- --Bradf- rd.i;: Br'-
vard. 5: C(lay, I 1; I )ade, 4; DI)-Sito. .'
llanilton. 4: Lake. 7; Orange, l11:
O-we-la. 2; Piutnamil, s; total. .'.
For W'. r8. Jenti in-.i--Citrnl. 2;
Her-nando. ; Levy. 4; :.lanli-ni, >:
l'a-ca,. 4; total, 20.
For \W. H. Milton-Callouni. );
G:.d-;den. 4; Jack-oln. ,I: tot.al. 1 .
Doubtfu!-Aiachihu-. 1: ('oluniibia.
ti; I)uval. 22; Hilll,-toroui .h. i,2 ; 31ad-
i-onl. 7; sllwanitee. S, to;t l.. 76.
) l the d' l iful c iittita s 1' l1a- eo, r-
rf-.ipoidenit says that A.Idchiua. Iu--
val and Hillsborourti tirnli-hi --pI-n-
did lighting chances for all the can-
didates, with a s'rl 1tiobahlility
1i1 e;i) tlcase that Mr. Ma\V will i:et
thelion's share of the (di..zat<--.
Madisonli' seven votes are credita-l
ats to be divided bi-twe-en lMaIs aiand
I gg.,r- as also 4'oliubiai atid Su-
wartlnee.
B:laker i.I lft blank b1tcatn-f thrI i-
was no getieral election tht-re tior
stat- officersin ISl!'; but it i- thou tlit
Mr. Mays will secure that delva-

itg:
The co rres.;-, idli.tt [I ;,-f.-< h+-- y-
Thel1 ilimpres-io:t gLrow,- daily that
after a few t ali-lt- t!iaa O aw -;a1ka ratin-
alidatest will drop oait., ,i'nt I. iv\- tl,,
iia tl -ta ii2,IlE l, M! -- 'iya- i ad
Hit.rg:. (1 oi l-'- .ili -;i ..t!.ti ina
as to what thfir ra,!,ttiv..- -":;ia l; !
w ill hi ;tat t lha t lri- i ,i:ia' i v -
ftt. ;i!*'t-: -- gu; Wa rk.

Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup has sav :'an-v av
aiat;. i-ril'tl .a lalala : .1i 1 a. '.-;': i ; .1 at
\ a i l' ; 'l l. -.I t a '

Ilf- lin II r I'rini I".
1H i.k <- V:is t!l:t Vot l ?1i-r '" I ?:iv-
liyou w illh tIt I 1,tl' P '1 .'
tair !:l t i-l '1::! L :a <1 I I t!a-a
M t..I t iil :' t I a
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Dr. Bill's Cough Syrup cures th worst
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: .a "i.;i:- i '.".


il d lHil FI-'m I he Wa;a the ball tl;:at hit (. H. Stea:i
in ii of Newark. Mich.. hithe 'ivil
W ar. It ('atusd horrihl)!. I'lca'r-
t ihat no reatmiu -nt ho-lpd for -1ia
veTar-. Then ltckle-i'- Arnica
S.ilve cur-d himii. Cur,-,a Cuts.
Brliihe!*. Burns. Evi!s. Felons. Corn-a.
Skin Eruptionsm. Best Pile cure on
-arth. 25 ets. a abox. ('tI l Lrl3aran-
,,d. ,Sold ay W. A. D'Alepinbert,.
I)ru gi- ts.

Room Mouldings
:i all shade-. plain and fa:',v at J.
E. Ro&A Co's. ,No. 11 N. Palafox,
1';.. -, ;Ie -;,'-2. _-'It-,'-!


M'MILLAN'.4 BUDGET.
Editor Daily News.
The month of February has he
come our banner winter month-hn
like the champion of the prize ring
it will wear the belt for a short sea
son; then December or January wil
deal the hardest blow and give the
gardeners tits and starts < to th
wall ,
The coldest day of thi- winter ot
curred oin t1he Lsth of February wlt-i
strawberries should be almost ro ady
for market, knocking out the utist
ling gardeners who had ocen first il
the race. That English peas and
oat.i ale' Rsriously damiag-ld-b ets
all; let-tus turn-up and call Rabbi
Rabbi :--save the cabbage for kraut's
sake-though the Peelnto peaches
and radi-hes have feared utf t(
parts uikrnwiiW.
The building boom on East ill
shows no abatement. Ten new cot
tages have sprunir up ll.ke mush-
rooms on one block in the suburb:
of North Pole. which we will call
Welchtown. Ten new w-lls;lhave
been bored for an nnfailing supply
of water.
Mr. Geo. Pryor's new barn is coin-
pleted, and lie has conducted cit
water throughout his buildinig-
which is proving highly satiz-factory
We are proud of having access to
the purest water known to thechem-
ist (of New York.)
Mr. Clubbs' new residence near
the terminus of the street railway is
progressing rapidly. We have a
lovely site for a New City hotel ad-
joining Malaga square.
The rapid building up of this great
residence plateau will soon deinaitd
ga.- lights, water inainii andl mail de-
livery out to Stoddart avenue frolli
Wellsburgh to Farnie Hill.
Will our city dads perinit a -ix
story building to be erected ni-ar the
pol) tot-fi e. 'shadini. thlie old city and
hiding the custom: oiuse from our
view*.'
We suhur-'his -ntiarest that I'ncl-
Sai lia ll h-be litnitle'd teo u-e of tle
tuppel'r stotI'" fo "an a11elevated sig..ial
service and wea'.her factory. Fore-
ca-tsI can bo tctfniinutinated down-
ward to, te -a:rthii y telephone, and
*-u twaid )over land and sea by appro-
priat- signal..
The fitiul time for unveiling the
('hipil.y iiunimnent-during the vi-iti
oif (i.n. Giirdon was le-t pas-i. and we
In:ay not -on a gat I-ve' so free a
-iiv a-I toriottl-e to) dedicate that mar-
hit' pilk to) hilmi whoi blciaed We Ve-t
Florida fronii a wilderness to its pree-
nlit gloriami- development. His lbril-
lianit :ac;i -Liev mnait- will never I e
v"ild in olb-curitry tnor clouded with
dollbt. Tli'itos. M('11,LL.a. N.

t-Safe-a liid, safe find." Fortify
youir--lf byX taking Hood's iar-apa-
rilla tinow and be sure of gaod health
for lnoii:li, teo col.'.

9 A special communication
aof Escambia Lodge, No. 15.
F. & A. M., will he hl-ld
Friday evening, Martlih 2,
:-at 7:3 o'clock. Work in
ti1e F. ('. deir'te. Visiting
)ra-thra ii fri teriiall1 invit 'd.
Iy ot d -1 d- a .


lnil2t


No better Cigar for
the money made-DUR-
HAM--at D'Alemberte's

('oijio;'/rtltle mattresses,
pillows, et'., to 0o with ,ou r
neir fitIurniture. ) 'Of ca(n
bi/ /the. whole out0it from.
l1r1,s8to1 114 Finch.

Try Ti :'; Ni.v- W :int ('C.iuII: it
will p;y lyou.



TItEAT YOUR WIVES
.lI w 1,!;l Xy iirw i sp rcn l fr !)i lI .0
k. t- nti d! iv fr s-ic ;; l drink or ti
r :i 'l i t l, y. V t v r t link t.,
~l i -, .'>'cl;] t- VO" vr othvu r ld;, o)
t;'.. i l ll W l ',- ;at l ll. l, t at ll 11 I
Sw.>tI :,lt y c:i ii d ilik. :ii(l l-or
!,,,i-,'ol]t ilr orsps. w itf ,,lt tki;vi.
ti j'iP .'1:) .,I :a w it t llt if :t l;a .fo< t
Ip. ior w ,ll. ,l iliik <,ltlii. A dd
t t '" t (' linf ,it ;ifl hl:ttilt l of ',ll
lti!,:, by l.ivilr 'it" w ;aitfr ,lit iII
I'I C'-t :-i ill-< v' b about 2L .
S I :1- .
I .r ; lt: l ,r it.f, lt ;; ,; i : ,n ,
r;:it. -. ; iit:lit] i. l i llp A its. **tc. A d -
I.it --. 'l -., ilI. A. T\ l lt ('r .
V i. 't ;
S cy. : .d 'i i
t;-', l;'loia .
Y :k 11: a lid I ta I uw
t Ph'in w




MOL N I MINT TQRi.
( y :i i tl o-d(! y I pl;i 'd .
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to otth-" *r,, .ia.- t!'.:1 tfie stomnach.
By thi- additiiin, it- virtue S : iA i
general tioi' and invigorator and
hiood ,purifl.-r. :re ,t impaired in
* h li-ats-t. No4 bl ttr inedicin et ra
he found for the if-lief f tl.'-e di--
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pi tInv mmirth--.
I t:aka thi- opportunity to tht:ri.
in frii-nd- for tLa-.ipport they havy-
.iven> thi* Tonic. anid promisp-i that
MI-nta)nii> Miltr Tonic as iuiprov,d.
will iv. .;till h-tt-r. iai a tion.
P'HILI.P E. HANNAH.


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Old Penn Mutual Life Ins. Co.

DAVID EDRERIT TR"T1N P;NI:9A WI. .
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Continuing Until Wednesday Night!



SWelcome, Strangers! !

Mi ake Our Store Your Headquarters. .


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DURHAM Cigars are; Handsome pictures.'
the finest 5 cent smoke. a-brac, etc., in end/h, '
Try them at D'Alem- ray at rock bottom pr, ,'
berte's. Alarston 4 Finch's.

We are Sole Arents For Who is Rader?
Kav y-r & Allman'.. <'ha-. M. N.
K.-ilan and Clov'.vland Wall Pep i rHe's the Man that sel5
( F-. -ine Wall Paper-< Full line Furnit re so Cheap for
-f '.'njpl.-. J. F. Ro-a & c.,. No. 11 Cash
N. Palaf,,a Phone-: "'!f-tf 08 31.

Sucri to TH only Cleaning ladies -kirt-
ubcrib, we only i one of our specialti,-. -
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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 2, 1900.


Sb:)ard. Hi friends announce his Aill
O A N S OTES candidacy in this -ue. PECULIAR ROMANCE
O' IE~ OTE Mrrs. M. P. Bonifiv returned ye CU-
terday from New Orfleans. where she IM !EW LDI E I
alpent serverraI'-r. |I IIrolln U L N ciVUItl lILI V ll
I, n r .. t ',,iv d Therewa no I .l, rtim atthleCnham-
.... ,,,. her of Conmmerce li-t ight. hetlce no C a o ,, rs DA
.. ..,. .....'' ", "m -ti1. A p-,.i -- i-ti: .a Bogus Captain of Battleship Ai.Arr isi DAY
b)- n called for ii-xt Tu.--day nizh'
Makes a Scene. OF TH'L -m)
I 1; Waillia oft W e-tvill i a; D)o:t fail to h1ea1, !',;a i i;n Jlnes'
-' ti e.1 M -t'ii.aait-. lecture "'Under Fir!-' ;at t!. opra I
.; ,. .;r:-r ,,f New Or,-a- -;- u-;w e all thl;itgh the war wi IaiilWANTED BODY OF COLSON
-.,; ti-. lt..b-callbiL. if.. battlp-hip "T.xa. ai;inBd was LO BIA IB TAUA
S \. ,I.,.. Jr l i.:, it ti. E-taiii. bi'. Adir. i-ioi C iht-: r --rve-d Pop lar oua.. L dy of C einnt
,..,,-t;; and -'A ,.a-lat- (. t,, b,,,k Aaturdayaii'Aor Ma ch
AM '.lli-i r.tiirld hiome ,:er- -t,,.. for the -nai-fi" ,,f all the After Two itdys' Courtship-rob- rday, arch 3.
a wti!a noon lfrom New <()rltna-. chiurcho-s and charitah! :i-titttion- eab y ln-aur.
i(" t y-
"1;:-- JHn-rleP Quin:t rtlurn.d ye-- *to city. INLW Or.Lrass, March 1 -A romance
Sw Vnrvlille to locoporate. that may ndve tragic consequences de- ~'4-! ODER OF E RCISES *4
n,--,. T. F. V-t tof Miltal andi Mc(:o, March l.-Atout Let citizens veloped here today. An excited young Il:t.--"be world Buildera." Illustrated:
.. ,..Ca kill of Freeport arTe :n-t- of Viaeville have flied a petition in the man drove to the head of Caunal street i'ro. H. H. cards Tbe Maicianti ot
a- --catairl.. m tice); Howarao Starrett. Ventril.
t. superior court asking that a tract of accompanied by an undertaker and a oauist.
T! .-#*wilb. a eitin 4)f t!.e land, consisting of about 18 acre, be coffin, lie frantically cried for a boat ::P-l'romenadeConcert: Rogers'ioshen
1k ti-I Itliocrativc 4lubt it ud hn ft hrtayi fr bteild.
", .ck to-niht b incorporated under the name of "The to tae him to the battleship Texas. :t::0-C(:hildren' lour: Tableau Vivani:
Wiilangbam Mills." Judge Felton isn l d Picturewt.ue aItaie Eff cts inier the
I: .o'ild atl D.I)W.Car t a p ,I.t not in the city. and it i not known aySing he ws- Captain Clar and in dirctionon Mr.byraukStayton brhomp-
-t. L.oau-,al -ai.ag.theegut--at what will be done. It is expected comad. rant, he Unrvalledi haracer Artist
Merchan:- to-day. however, that objections to the petition A boat was obtained and "Captain and M. Levant Davis. laryt.'ne Soioist.
"will be fled. It is thought the ptitiOn I Ciark" was rowed out. He got aboard --boders of Water," (Start i g exp, r -
'T ('hri a;l ii.' ltok,-l t" tall-; was filed to thwart the annexation minent.j Prof. H.V.a tit inard-.
ar at t ie opera houe. sI.oon wit movement. sathei warship, introduced himself and agents. Profd. H. V. Riwhard .
.fif l-:-lr in ttf' ca-t. said that he bad come for the body or :t-.ng iestu-s. rewoksaftr te
*, travli,.r s a-ii: fA ew Yior-i itruys Proprty. Lieutenant Coison, who died on the
,.inL I-r. l. trav'lin i.,li* f Ira OcAI.A.Fl., March 1.-A New Yorker ship. The cficers of the Texas imme.-
a.t ta t l. ,has purchased from Hon. William P. iately siz im u pascraay aul sent A Grand Combination
,,Hailey property in T;m t -and Ocal. ,him, .
T d. and ight erce i- of tiiaaley property in Tam1 and Ocl It d velopi that "Captain Clark" had -i_ f T--
".- ,i arild ,t ,,rc,- *,'..l The sale here includes half of the Union married a beaut>:ul young lady from -1 Of Talent.z ,,
S..ll,.n' ..t. ;t +ntm' .! :.I ,*i ,1 block and the two 1-story brick stores Cincinnati here after a connle of days'
on the corner of Main and Ocklawaha courtshio. The bride is Miss Bertha
< "I A. A. I .! .I ..:.. avenue,;also a farm of several hundred Warten. She came here with her VARIED,
.. l ", -nalli-Ia.. t i :' *. :tcres, formerly known as the -'Jeffords brother-in-law. A ex Aronson of Ci1.- PICTURESl QIU-E,
- iu-t I ;- -- .., .%i1. 1 '. 1 ,l: pace. Tue price paid wa .$21,000. cinoa:i. and Mrs. Aronson. H
I V Irtl:n. ... i Captain Clark became la-f.i:ated with H UMOROU'i,.
S,,,. *' \\ ',l i, it -il, i.\. h .t r h .-... poi n. M iss WVarten and sent a card to lier and DIRAMA ATIC.
S ,i t. 1 f, l-c i.. l.a t1.1- ,, 1 ai 1 '! Y. Cal., March i -Professor room telling her e was in coniand (if Prof.
};it:a:d Moses was last night hastily thel httlesip anud de:.ird to meet her Strtlin. Fxperiints )y Prol
:it! -,h o a- IMr,. Ar n 1,,1 :.t biy i up Crark, e- Rie:llardl s, the- Malgiciall of cieclil'.
*ie !i .'l ** :reA I at el to Wa-h gttion by a tele- rdthe yon and a Vund f Humor by Starr.tt.
.\ (I; .. -. A ,-i.. .. ._ : 'r :: -aator Pert;l:s to consult co i,. were bruglt rt S i:. ,-- it, .\lar,i di ,.- -. i .Mt K'iiey in regard to o'l;ocl they .- w re niai rei i.
:- .. i,:i n uent upon tio Mr. Arons4,,a .earnuin o': Ci:.rk's ex-
..i f .j m "anom i aind th plo( m. an :hve ,-.it;,u a .i Sar .-ei
1 after %% itlti--- itt I : -',. p ...a.o l tt, t tl,.a' '- .tni crhV i n ht.i" Ut n ,,2t-u
a. ... ..... .. tr. r. capitol. himset that tL- man was either in-ani I l V


t n., iie-d ; t It mei i i t'-- e rd i ad v \ I.,
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.i M.r-. M. L. Roch re-tuimnr I it;--. -: i-.; East 'Tl-nn.ss-t
I- Ilu-rilllM fr 1 New iOr'- ,.. a-. ti, al.ns LA.- l.ecn
-it- w itit'---ina tli;-- .1t0adi
S- l ..: :.i-'; ,:i '. cL ty -arcti i
c'M .-.U. u. w.. i 'fe Uecleat j;,)t
1. Mc('rearry anid Mr-. WV. ioir suini-.itr ai.d itui rae-i'
n-i r.-timliil %ye-'t-trai a- v fte. .oint- ,oa tue tin-ist bo dc-d ,st
.I;i Ni-w Or(laii- whr,- tli-v tate win 1te un these ira< ks.
:,i tife carnival.l .
t,'. l aika- ot E+.v. i..sv'ile Jii .,
I )aI%-t 11terd ;v.l i aeo.t.#l < 't 1. N A, S.C.. .March 1
\N. t Ir e t rftu.4 aiill I, !.Uj-. !zed at $1JU00,(0. to market
S' Mr-. VWin. i;ilt ( :,illey stone around Carthage. N
iatav r.turne-ld line e-t*-i- Setaboard Air Line The o
: il N- w Orlt-al-, aite-r wit- J. H ,Jackiimon. Augusta; C
'Mardi Gra.- alrnivial. Il Washington. D C.. and
S. '' Ka-ltei f iatt-ry Daa.ey, BLnuett-svilie, r. C.
Sit la at'c(a-. Wht tlo- h-enA o Mor. ( in aIllf.
\ inilla touei through dilff-rent 1R0..tvia., March l.-The
; tir-t I ,.. titei. l. r,-tuirni l ch:irtered the Capelst ('otton
: *. oraili l .
Trov. with authorized capital
!' ,:.ni,- 1i Jul:i-ki. T<-in.. 1a1id ; Tris is the eighth mill char
'. alil t l,otii'.vil.-, Ky.. b.thli nurth, rue others being a
fi. it -t.ock In-ii. are iII thin .1ty Hend-rson, Gatonia, two;
i j:. l -p.' a- 1 -. lliilg 1 -ock ti.. Lexington and pray.
SlRI .atl:.l el the tt ;l i I' llliml.


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1t- t'ait t4-eul- n,.,jand wsu.t. III I jij
F'-I Ahe liat ,a cranf ft I !I. N S I '


lN gr, t Wuollll iidled.
PI,-t -WI lK, (Ga.., March .--A Bruns-
wick and Western train kiied an o:i
necro wonta;n near Ilayes March. Her
bodvy wa- horrilt.y ivuangled.

Who is Rader ?


Representa-
: iFair and


or an inl1. o-ter. Detectives were ca.ied,
in, the gro,om ir.iagc-u from his Lbride
and locke- i un a c
The bride is 1 rortratcd.


I .i,. (i to j 1i: ,, l :.<',C Lviihil '.
;',a tin a Ci ,-,N. Aia.. March 1 (M'ers of
11 l< r irtre-'
.r. I liurs. Etowan county hlave reached Anniston
jjl in tue witti L n Snith. the iine;r charged
wirn attemutead assault. at Alabama
miitv. on Miss String,. an ernpioye of the
'" eiag l)vi;i tg0:ot coton miiJ.s. She had gone
.-A corn- to tmwi ::iNl at ., o't'.tick for the day's
re. capital- work, :nd went aiown in the basement
tue brown- for some purro-e, when the negro turned
lont ti.. gas an i advanced upon her.
C on the ei-" wscreamius breoueht several men to
officers are: nor rtacue. ana itth negro tied, Lut was
A Doug- afterward, captured and j.iiled. There
Julius '. was So i nuria texciteiiment that the mill
was shut dlotwn, and danger of lynucnin
caused the ofl,,ers to put the prisoner
SIln a carnia.'e nit drive ;J5w miles through
state has. tue cuuniry to Auniston.
Smnlis,. at
1 $15U.000. h
termedd this C'i.t i'. S. C, 'March I -Leonard
,t Entield, R. Owen',. lorue: deputy postmaster at
:mithtield. Marion, and apt ointe i to the postmnas.
tership several months ago, is under ar-


rest lon the charge of minbezziement.
Tue afiuavit was made by Postoflice
Inspector Moyer. The shortage is said
to be in the thousands. Owens waived
examination, numbers of prominent
Democrats going on his bond. The
affair is inexplicable, as be has borne
an excellent reputation and belongs to
an influential tamiiiy.


Hie's is the Fuirnitu~re ibtfhi't.r'i~1.jt.Jt.
[an. ;\'-'i iJIh0.:;l~ad.-ti


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(f3J /Ia lso -lrniture.
* liqrstwi Fm-hlhro an'
i /lleiixe,;o--I,-IA'gr you to se-

it to y~ou on Pm)1a ti fie (III


The best 5 cent Cigar
on the market is the
DURHAM. Try them at
D'Alemberte's


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


STORE.


All Remnants on hand 18c Matting, 14c yard. 35c Matt
at 10c yard. 25c Matting, 18c yard, while


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$7.00


30-inch Rugs, $1.25-New Lot.


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I iato-iesting of all saturday


Fl1~~Ior thpltoutiad 7laip
ONLY 50 CNS u IIF [ 1liI t
Ia.rJuilt, hm gandIIntertaaediatf. )'hlahtefl..
113* stw-icail'Ir~a ,.. clta-apt--, t mtu i~..-t PI-.
Iratat-d t~il hVe uitil fetvargS'-

lIIN(;HA31.THE I M PEitSONATORt.

ThI la Idies of tlire Pa Iafox Stireet
`'Tet hod i~t church h havie -ecuared
Binghlam, .America's leading ImonoI~-
logtin' .nterta i nr, for an engagfoIIenlt
to) be giv-en at (Aluter's hall. 'IhTlrs-
day evenin g, March 1. Mr. BiOL'lhiil
kanii Cli-telta iner of national repu ta -
t ion andha~ iis eigag-ment ouigiat to
(draw a crowded hon-;v. A part 'al
thp proceeds will go foir t he benefit
o~f the church.
Admin ;i~aoni Adults.-. oc. t -,chl -
dreii, 25 cenats.
M1illionm Givenl Away.
It i- (1-rtainly -rtttilyinlL' to the
!)tiblic to) knoqw if ioni .-. c'uaern in
the land who tire jobt afraid to III
Lre-ierIohI4to the iaea dy ttid l-Ltjun'i:
Th'le p1-pr~azutua-. jIif 14. Kiui:4 ~Ne-W
DisI.eii'v yfyi (aoI[1uIumtwi, t.( mizhl-
te I_.II iii 11tI.ijaI hot tIes of t 1)'- ,*,
nii.tidiviniii :111d have 4the -:ti-fav-
olli-edltu (i:td~ f hIolt-I. f a
:'tlmai~. IBronuchitis, l foaars-.ai,-s
1111d tall tl-~iietioffTheIlroat, ('hs-t
;itad Liungsi are tinI ly curied 1) it.
gIi-t-. anzd t2't .1 liii' trialI bottiV.
lVt--lair -izv 50vo. :and $I. Everyr
bo~ttli gwiarautits--d, or price' raoftuid .1
NAVAL STORKS MARK~r.
Reported Daily for The News by
Memarie. A. M. Mimes & Cs..

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Reaul E-tale. Inristrsnce -striel I.ensala
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Ir-l i tI i -tti lI\-:I It.1!:u1ra hr -t-'r- I-n''r

-t'-a, -7t c,- tuaaPill P1111, is 1 --1 al ir3(... N r
~I~e- I'a:a-t~aa,.. Jreminpt al
u-fl ii t ta at o -f -
aFit 't au-Ph r itifaour ntaa iwi-a- 'rat"a't,) aill
11 poaI II I, W- abA I-..N'N 4
J~eai -i 1 :~i -: i it tn 1 n-


BL" Cases,
$ 5.10.


- -~ ~ rn ~


Furniture at all Prices.
WV are selling dining roooin tal)l-.
. it bargain p)ric# : .al-o -tov-s. bed-
*pril ;l., anattin s kitclhon -afe. .and
kitclihen cabinet- with brtnad boa;rd-.
elitsts for flour, anid dr.iwTr foer
kitchen nttpn-il! ;and tablewar.-.
Call anid exainlip them at 0. 3I.
Pryor's Bargain Furniture Houze.

FOR BEAUTIFUL RUGS
and Draperies of all-tind-.
ai well 's everything in thj!
Furniture Line. call at


THE PEOPLE'S STORE,


A.


N~


Schwartz,

Proprietor.


NEW ARRIVALS!'


OUK 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
-" f,'i/Jf;,/ /;-/l." famous for fit, style and finish-in


fact the best fitting WVaist in the land.


dealer or customer can dent.


This fact no


idea of our offerings by a glance at our large ex lusive
Shirt Waist Window, and they arc chcapcr than
heretofore by reason of our Motto: "S: CI::.\' .\l
THII-RI.:I Y INCRI.'i 1 ilL: B l'SIN-:ES.


New f n RiD[R New
Arrivals: [ [ fl MB IIRIIS Arrivals
() ur C'entre Tab!.- a;r' i:'.ra:'.: beneath a i oodly hare ,! th,, New '-t
"' in .:- iln L;aces and Emnbroiderie,.
w i'-i E l.'i: '- t 1 ;": r;Iol. Hltim burg Edgi:!:. .t: I tl-ertili
I !c.i I:ic L vc a ndnd Iin-;rrtioiis.
\ ,ac'i !e T,:, :eh Edgilng and I. erti, n .
(uernr', 'I'T n-rl'!,: E ,:d z;a Apli,'1i, L. a,.l: 1 I;:-arti'>n.
P',li:t dl S t.:r. ()ritilt:l andt Plat V.al. a.-.
".i0 l|{ in a:ira t- I ;njilir.. I m.-Lig. six yard l, iatta-. w rt.: '.' .it ,'">a.


Sweeping' Sale of Muslin [odlenweiir! *
Oni,' L.',t ('li Id'- Dr iw ,,--. 'itl in *el a 'I tIi V e'J e i z. I ani;I l 2. .. lIc pair
S ize- ;;. ,.) ; 'ndJ t. o :Il ................................. ....... ...... I c pa ir
Oi. l,,a*t CIllT'- riinImed D)r;awers at Co(t M. tk.
<>i-. l.tr ('!;il '*. Triniine-d Gowin at C('o t Mark.
(ie l.'t Mi -.' T'lrimtined (owns at ('C-t M.aik.
Onil- L,,t l'adi-'e Tritiiwm -l e'l mi- ., worth t3;e for................. 21e t.aclh
()O Loit l.:ulie-' 'l'riuiiuntd i amil)bric ('Chlnike, worth 7.'; for....... l c each
,-.One Lot Odds and Ends-",
In I,:die.' Skirt-.: ail Go( wn- to tClose O)tt at ('-t M.ark Pl rie.
*


V3f


DeFUNIAK SPRINGS.


Two II u'rs from I',n 'e ha viia I,. & N It. It.
Seat of the Florida Chautauqua now in Session
Until March 27th.
,'Finest Resort in Western Florida.-E ^^
Hih.!,-+ A!'i.I. ,: :!.*, :'a'* Purn W water amnd Invi _z,:a:.:i: : Cli.imate.

THIB-E E OP AiIODATION AT HOTEL CHAUTAOUA.


J. M. HILLIARD & CO.,
--- M : ,'if.ia tiir r- atr d )Deal, r- i.-


C h1.ri; 7 es"q


WVagons d Ih';i ys.


Spring Goods,
S: : E : i -to k f '' .:.. t

R ;an I II I Ii .I -fIr .4 1
'ill y w .:; w ill fil I I i j"}' ,.I l 'l -,,l I i ', .:...- '
Pr'- i.-t t Price-.
JUST RECEIVED :h. N,-w s,erian: LUt ,,r .1. ,'1. -' ,- -: .,.
Shirt,. aind .lt.. |I. St-.t-,on Hf at-. ii l.:ite -t St I--.
-Still ;av'- .w eaf f ,.eo La-!? Se--a- >i'- Eazl Slanr -. i -i/.z ,
w i.tu I .'n -:tcr fij-ing to (',t-li Bh iy .r- tor 7.' fuor;i.- : ', .:. ..- i it
S2-'.,: :i-a J. d& M -0,o,-. lni-t -,-i.:a-o '.s styl-, black "if,. a: ?. -*. i...
,t-. vYour-.


::--Jos. COLEMAN.
PEN" pLA. A ..


212 -. Palafox Str,-t.


Roses--Carnations.
I am qell;n ', p- yiP I ,f *ie l; ',(:mont ;a Hi -hloan I tI'rk (;ir.l ..q of
Monlg)omery, and on twelve hours' notice cao furni-h :anv amro .,i .: -.wer
and I lesiarn. waotedl.
Carnations 75c per dozen.er
American Beauties S3.50 to $4.00 per dozen, Drverod
All Other Roses $1.50 to S1.75 per dozen, to you.
Linvy Phonp.na )wrfh reraw mn.


M


THE


FORCES


3 ust eceirve d

100 Rolls China and Japanese Matting. To make


room for this Shipment we offe


:.).- P,--pai:'ing Attended to Prompt 'y. (:
r i'.\ -; \ J -! :N -r. : : P : P<-\ ;, X, F 1 .\


Catdll (iil


-\V 'i ,.r it. I teo *',l, lIr.na u ,.
't ; ': 1, k l ii au-t .


Largest Stel of Trnuls
in hv. City.


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8 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, PRIDAY, MARCH 2, 100.


Twenty Years Proof.
Tutt's Liver Pills keep the bow-
els in natural motion and cleanse
the system (if all impurities An
absolutee cure for sick headache,
dyspepsia, sour stomach, con-
s:ipation .nd kindred diseases.

"Can't do without them"
R. P. Smith, Chilesburg, Va.
writes I don t know how I coulc
<'o without tI-M. I have had
!;v\r disease f(or over twenty
"ars. A.m now catirely cured.

Tutt's Liver Pills


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SMOKNG CAR c
0 -- 9
TeSramiri, tarn of asm Idn0ill't-
TOown c~c-k.0
0-0-0-0 0 0 0 a 0 0 0 0 0 c 00 0 0.0
.lo"IStie.t*li- celia i, U vi. a Ii% a s re'ad IlAi#
a:orn i n ^-10114If(Id'I' elrrinig ItIhe Iitieime o-tiu
Pif4 11Ythe It. raiassit ofhitilrc 'gila r nm rit'c
iug traimi nud l Ct't'i,!ieetit mcthis'cit%.
(l11it it-e'way I4,01114. at n ,l t I ltl-ie. ',t l--



'is; Otrit imIft 'nredtImIIa..tt-Jus wa%
i t'tiit fi r ee~l'lethi. A el l, tineo iit, i

i ee ig 111-41lc:a4gx i'* andtiil i.al%-1


In ~e hi ., le--m a.41,40#10."1 I 'm theil- tw:mz'I
1 1.1. 1 o a 'm4 i- -( Ot-1 II;,II 1-: 1 v e i I-l Im $ rI m


I w I, t lt it i?'6111 :t1,\ ciA I \ 4 i-t" I V [11141iv
%\iihale iii, roe i:,,cl l ie ittt' i'tmuitrAce.
ic badi~ el tl"il. iI. .'%et I'V l d w ladid %h
III ta. te!A I I Ita i-till't. % er 'A


t v. ri. o ill .' t'it-.,' 'ce'ze wtl' t
m :iim I's t:Ic.z tev e'14 et1t:f' h ai'stv c 3 11I4n
Neut a .ti't :itlead failed Alcmappeai'-i
111 1 1 1 -t ,~ (-4 .11 -4 14 1! 1Sc nIha iteI thlit
;is c'r tio-stal..- I\o iit a lo (ti Alit
:-v With s.i' iT'fc, lie' t'heiicl stieaI

,aill 14,en.14"c' t~i fl4wi Iee(MI oftilet- Station.
as 'c l.ese'ta find i t(g4v j t to c muliktmagitr


'. ntI e'!it takva lzciie'- 4 inthe me-ll~i4-




ti l" I !bomaim-I.. :a V. Ict~lltttwhirch yo
'i'c o-. oI uTa ;.At. 'll teIcll T r-, 'Maill c'

IIte lollpar.lI it t1tIt I3-ecu' %VmFIiptltar e

t-. tterd If(,toriio'cIre -iitI m
Ill myIi' t' t ii1--: if(1 (estt mcn t I 'h' tra rt1"IL
'*%.Ie Ilutolsri' I l .111 Tde mvttsrkine'a
S ie'. t cliti ta it- .0 46N. liotilet'xit t nt.
o i teiti i' of filem'c' ete'cf-All O vetoI'
_.l e oti MYLt*-t iee'~, 1cit V -DI a a :1 t o: -t
Ilrp a ~ la .':P111e1cti I he-'.' f ta-e e Ie
vine' *ht ii hi.
*It~ik'ill' i~t a 'a; *hi to' a. at,' I


4i nn ltl.tti Iit cc.] t"VIc:" li-irt
', inn-l a'.' cO t:'-nftin 3. Wf
t n lie t t~aL. 40.- '* t~ -A.~V1v
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it *t I I I t r r k

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p'rta mat and I I In ltinI tI tt'ii-. .II 2
& n Itgiti'Ilet' .Ii,
N li t -to -~e.Sc r

1 i'. ~ i~i~t~vO tt.'ce tit t't 4 u


CGenuiftol~ns or Which I speak had e,
Isted for 40 years. and In erery one(
those years faith In the ecock had I1
creased until it f6nill~y -n olt~l0
ject Of woem'4Ppful ticlia':tijmi. "A011ma
readily' vmanclrstand how suchi might L
the case.
**One mnornzinZ. three' years ago. tU
town aioho -Is a, ust::tI ttm.I frela red fc
day' 1: vs iwork It scb~j' iegi to ml It,I

i~tlu i,: 1,wtnac' toatr wiith tic tee'',i

ivlz-a i ~ 2 *~.-' er. 'rtl t hat v. l1'f!)(.,
er 'v It-lo, L :iaI 11 % h a! t o'%,z', oii neti ied t

I-'l:leit'retfa:z liaful Ic vm clove gave ma
duitittlel 'd'e 4-6 1at it %-.as ~lout
tij:: o do. ''1'r Cc;1.1.ielt1". (nIe. lil'
d')wi~i. s alv t~ml Clockant! (d'It
wor:e se'. lc% -kTt 7 *ec''kor ta ken t
Theie%.1*lors'Ier to lbe regulated NI
Watch w-as nlo'. I was ve'ry tr :i
lily Ctmne'pit-re a ic!I I let it alone in tII
Itort-t ofl s'd' t wo' gt't ir el y i it' i i tha.ei to,-
Ill.-t 'riv 11t 1-i 11-1'm 1l .), I lv'',IC e ''


*fl'\ 11( h'i :. n ihour In ti~e ~1


ltNi If t u 1,.. .-tIt ha~AI(


m-1 ~; c'l a a '. a a I t ae le


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--t te, V.< til' t tjN!i tim''. 7 e~id
jz e ttm T.' u'' t rictrimima 1a1mitt hert


iof Ji.. 4, uc the too, nItc'locck rt-cowrei'led 14
ti'clowtk. the nizht eofIDow.e 3. It w-as
plaintly3-aptoa ren l t m:~I da ty wan lph'!i-
Itt~t s. siiewlaetic. andititheit' v-axt xft'r-
Uotfl. whonIe' !ihet'-'',Ii tI clor' stru'cik-w. It
waus '4 evlt-h e1, vI i 'av v. atelt.


-:I'w t tht c.i- ie ?o'v it. and 1:1 plditm e ld Icct-
Ingvz as ~TpaIed l1it:tmtIt ol: t s tcOlt

^ li It n ii:zi1, N.- i o, ma 'j.I er I. Ieee", or & 1- In*.

that Ia grt'at dl,.O'r_' int) :1-' %elnr x-toeII
lindy (t c, -I Irrecl. rTmIi'.14 t ;0 '.mV A-I'c';i'cl
111.111-0141% and I t N%' -4'. 114 .li e i" ic inii

leInt, lim'tl v.so i clen -'m T. t tivtditl tact ict
Ymi slf.m.lNt 'L' iaa'ct .a ';'-, t e 1i,1i'i'41 i
baut.Ilio- low. 11 !7: 4 c"11f 10t Iwtac t
t. I 111 t I iT tti -4 at i ,i:"r I.-#i her'
'1mm.-i-maa- Wlet iIi v t41.1' r11m : a. a 4)
SO_ ~-i)~amgl1, 111; ti. ii N ''Ui'.'re
l-os rt Iit ccl' 1w:Ib "ir 1' 'i, t % o r.'.1 'a'v-
I 1Iei', t illtb'- wr :1, 1. or 4tL' t" TIm..iIII -
O'uii. ~eif- 'e roqId.mc eI ; 4-).111fe I I't a 1th

F'oti it Ii or Jul v iv nint i Itt 'tt -i Av 1
-nm il m to,' Ub- ut con-As at f'acb*, Iiflt I
terivingtel rL*-Y'4 01111 iC. w ci rlt I 10.
I- ln u i111*-Telr a lnt r(- t -' iama'U,'4ro Itx -
*1 i'. ll ts '41 t-0 U1131 ilth-1m ie'ren-
theck, wau I im-ing lwasI Iat a' 'ir mt satiE
fe r41tt ooIce'. t--e4I pi lv I I4pi i ei r -P n I' r
tell just41 lrhilv nTtz .I I:twc 40 F4.

Viidi ~e. I l tti A faithe iiot A" st~own
tin e a nd 1t !M:t T%- 1,11,Ulamid ',-III-'re'id.e
:wirltairitt-t Itot r'I' so tt la t m n owit'-i 'lf lic-sk-
telI j't'st hmw-h'clt. t ilallt id tI.: vv
wll-iii-m.it wIieCdee-'myl ier ic' 'P-. Cwt i.*ill
-. il 'ti '11 ant2:i' -43 oT Ititen tl % u'ms :Mih'-
and'tit-imc#i let y Awlr eti ilt, jul rwn.vU

an.11114)11(at to a fl;. !T1einie itelm -ie F 1 1.2ak
t'Inarltyr.it e'l4" it (mum ectrtiu 'tc' tck' tit-

lit-c mirit: e,1Iic. 'wnui 31.0t-n a ll cie le


111lt, tiititt3'011.t Th't'e uioi'ltIis l ,-u at
rthe t ii :*'itije h *'ltise xo il e ..h

*.Ata ttur Li* .r I It-ft town'h. I idtlNowt
laaariasI ii.juld like' o)tt Ict', c' rt
..oI. fio.r I titte' : !v a-I' r:t il1l16 y'miv toy

Ile'iiiti '.v I low tiw :mtaiiwi.rt ml le,-,o th-r-m
acm- It i l'rmj~. 3 'iitc'cIatI"'m. I till v,"t
-.~ttii' Itinf.3 wgcim.h~er I-Ak o,%


-ai a1nrjinm l t~. a vm in e'klt'd .. llyreturn-
mm~~~~~~.11 Inml1:1.- :ai.t~ 1. ila1 4tIor l-

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eil ,a.'i:T ;he -:>.'.'. hia h st, I;v."" li .." '
lie ia tr.i:,at' t t' et'p htghi an.d ct iiv
by IHe-'nt ti'!,nti 'n.'.ig a path wheronn
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LOCATA
and UA
CL1IMATI '
Nothinig but a
Iooai rtnme Iy (fr
vh~noof climate
w:ill curer
CATARRH
I he Spocircle I
EIyS CCrum Bf. Im
It IN qUIt kly Ats-
cim. fl. 1 O lDl
*p'lls-i t t~...VJ ,C L
I ro t-t i, tee' .t'iratw,- he'
T". I., ~a )Id Minei&. %
r N- In i uious du.Ro3iulg

a rrteii Stree-. Nt

IN THE BABY'S EYES
What is the tdroarnin- 1 1- ~e.% f,



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'NEVER ATE FORE7k~-IGN
*It IDopsn1 tPaySta lieAT)ooSiu

A .. ; I 1 a 4"1.J!; i- I .:IVI I ij.Il.-%(I
.\ 02- ll c~elou;.Ia aiit Io 11
at his tI a le. I e'-eu t ly %-isitIed
e-ttiitz-atl i ivro.innMeI
dinljner a tinost eijiuur.s saddic
11.1rt'ttly %%t-lsh izut tou apjae
*whicht the 1 m1i~lajt41141ck ii m IcJuz
-All." lite obs,s&'ret,L.-A wish
butcher In L~ohudon would senid
like that. and yet lie t kais oul
bes~t Briitish alie'at.-
'vell.- so i~ii ils rrletw -as ts
of fact 3 oat hav ie 1041eat nag N
t anud I ut tonal. But jit%, od*y 1.11i
that I get at frutia a rraiuei v
large %%. ijelsale mlzaltotert*..
JB .ove. 3* %. ildolt -ii I -v
0:inuied thIet'gutt't. -'I %%- 41
rMe ii'le'ie'I 'aii g*I I t'.# l6Villy Ii
V '-ll goe .11111 st- 1111It '1-,L
*We 41 I heI e llI~t t. T i'I'll*- % I V.I :t'41
tiv ilth- anmat mmioluzt'r. wiu it~ o'.lt
le. l"tird 11t.lIAoitllohtil's wil'te

''seiiEfl*.-i,' re-tommatelaro!
to VU,- e'fl-jPtlrve' Iaett-is k. -lin W
of L.-Iffilc n %.oil re'sitlt -arid4I I 414

l~ititin'I.'r tWhotVwill silupply vmIIIv
act ly thme :v'ir se Srl oit iiiutI oo
which. Von Mo .t'Set mitlic. '' 'P
hlladvt him Ids card.

th. e- ;tYv n)Bre %it lmtiII! t

his infM Hem ['is Il i-% atl. -o~-c.s
01. 't i- I. ar tiauStil(P r p~aper'i*to-
t'r aftt- -tn(iefltitjoints.
Tihe -nilr 7"-24e. the nmjor-
the i urnnr rfrnwne'-ql. the nanjor.
sa v. 4-r-..-() 'en'ezemintw. smnti no
for tlhf-- :nlsiri-A .w war.that Of
lttitchter. wrho 4-iielt on-ily in homi
ttee.-LEsi ao '.eteb.

Tb.- Eftser- a$ tb~p Lnunei
Dttotwii to'IiAmg*"'ta 1*%liei ee'it .
bIon ri' "* -4v-ietflrue wntl hpUttle :a s,
e'r shemit'1<%-IauzwtiuL .oait'tilmma-*
or two jiftetr. Thop M l Ttudor
ttr~fl rcv mtie-J-wair was still,
I'epys's -tiary" rsbows that. *T
%\anAxalt~r got 2;Mmt. after whi:,
bigh [M.W oagt- wenst 40"lboatrd
special 3:41'ver *'sr~tuwb~g li.- o0
gon" 'ofl iv q tia44e-fWhich N.
fal~tlig-lin e' W.4bDi.11511 3aatritaga.. ,
on t he vpsarte-r cbte-l. The cullw
generr~v Ivegieb ti> the doe-k-yw
wright in-ta muriivaoL
WVbetedid tb# presaw'vit u.%3g-x
Ing aanih btspiziealicia ship taeftw
sent altatcornein! II tra (-#I
explIier. i nwativ of the old mel
1661~. viben the kolrnl Katt.ril
* auunctvtA 4is"e I1cpys). Tlhe A"v
lion c(04rmutasbitac a tiottleift.-
the tiiwre of aia Eng-lish mnon
i hat I L ve feulis in a coodei
il1%V'Slft~wr cuttior, of Mcay. 1;
svraltuatitc el(--bristmleniu.- 0 R.
* Maiitruhe an' iIs 1"forel. but en"
bimtet-el th~tit a7-111% then Ilk aeW 4
-Nc e~yi and qw-ries.


('rite'-; Ladie-' Note PapI
lnv.-l.p-- to match.
Cambridge Linen and Env
Hu rd' Parchment.
Invitation Paper and Env
Liinn Tablptt.
Frosted lWhimi and I'i v
Etmgli'h Note; Satill Wove;
Paper: Dennit-on's ('repe. Etc
i cvattnIer Ia *a artmpnt of gat s


Iskuiniinafl numnter. slItilly. but 001
slIghtly. as ove ilthe iends of pedestrian!

W 1~wnys a r**,k~tonoute. hoth nr
IN -1.111I lt Ii k:' jarticulair el:iss of #)real
and een itomre t ward oeof t ilthe othe
ci~ It is an n a tilt dce that Pq we'
/ hi I'!~t 'llt in -*Ali~ce'In W, 1ildl*'rla nl4.
ii h .. -k 'Alft. iic' .' ll- fit excla im olr I
t!,iv v11 all itl %ir2 t off itit.at tornieno

HEAD Dr~:ia. I'3S ri-lt fall like t~'Lm

%.) '4.. r,-j -Soca
arS i it)i *WarI t Is a -~~.I emW ske(
*r~ ~ ~~~~o a' IIUI t 'tie t pupil ill til t- iii!ei
v.W York. lm.
AI iiw!n w.ho 'Jab' iillt furs."'answer

*"Th'l tI* -. r! z! it. st ;,,l t wt e at' Iche
"Nowv. T'l'!:!irma V.%obIt ltay tell Die Wiha
n ('urrivr i'."
A 111ui:111 Iv.hc lt t i r,;. e Ir< va h
vt'%e'Pvectf.'d ht1)[11 Ir'~y (h
1Lim? Gr0i Nvv,
% Thue ittildrolli'llootnmtry.



g ~~~ "!w Na -.' .-tt ear ill tilit

a *~ 1t ::!ta t hii' 4 li,! v ra'i. ma l ff t la

iv, 'a 7 e'* fi ve il-i

:aa ~ v:~T fUnit-


in 7,!..,or c2ohing







IO s rovi Stet!ei :ifr~tii-f I rmiaJj~t in
Lll;Il at wiit t tit %I-;ip ,?g taty 'rk.l.t.-C II-ecago
or Of(p-
ml.*ecj to BOLAS SHOW KINDLY SPIRIT.
stice. -
t 1.lilyt LIY law 1Primotoers r- 'oylInelluetil
me stuy 'tler lgm .ndmitor...
ly In the Lomenoq. March L.-Wirb each defer.
nn~ue4 enemies, ssy- a special curnes.
ni atter pondeut telegraphing from Pmifardeberg.
t~''-"*one pnuld isupposs the Bonr. would
iito 6 kvave cburoved theotr guns and ammumSui-
tooho is~ion bw~bre Purreaaeriag. The only
~*~ ~thfiginjua~rLd. huwu'uer. Aalo a Vicisers-
*it~l ~llMitxtmi nipe-. waicti itai1boon h~c t.v a
.. Briti-h iabeil.
IBri' 1. iitflicer amt nine 13tijiilik %ol.
,it'iEW.diets, %who wer" p-3wtin-r', kbad tbene
ii~i* ':elprcvidle witth noep wkies bjy she Boer*
voi wiv Len a'i kilid>y' treated.
tw;y Mid Wht-ntuie older ewme for nos Boer
prt~out-r+ to crosse the river to Whe IPrit-
..~tenin.n i'd) (itptheir took nalAthat rosy coalti
carry or eon Lbxitict vopots, pans anqi
71at part blaiki-is. utrowinig thvir rifles s wto twor
ine-;!. I ii j .asrlq ih,,r graduailv ucitreariedto huge
a retail provofrtiozr_-
with Li*'- As vw et ,rd h~ad bosn ewoiien. by a
11, 113theavy v ~the Boer*. took off' thei-r
ma iwata r'er aauid wadpd acronsito.Tbo ceaf-
beajked likiR ra,' ramthor than war.Th
I ee .nien lang ibed and uttlasbed eaclsother iv
th.re e ta water. bt-lameiii them wtre some,
1t4,1-tsof grini me,.be ooliid~with 'iLaa"uov
mitli all apon sucb tspouvenestok
tie iynftt. o11K E ONEII

A J")Paseant I enitmi "Doortiv
sta rt-ed. tr*~ tdfre ciiithlt (rr--li juli ('4'
:rttth lets eine mi- nhitwd with ottt I', "'.rc-10
'XOC111 er. ta 1,1 t* iiv --r tt a aes. re ti4 art .v-, tm le-
1,Itj. O'wn, ?fiettic -42ijnuitiit-'. +)I' li drtig-
not Prod- L'~t.a~-.11 1 t ct~-


nporur-v Nzestlei L~emomn IP'.1xi r
* N writt.-4: I hasv+9 s44ffer#-& mrrea:y
mfbiag i-4froin indizresttiono.' dyi'.~p'ian6. "Me
t-Asow. i. l-itAC *4LtwioIFElixir do'ne- in.. more
vooA than a'.-i thcne, att~djeFnLave
ePvor taken.

le flying 'OLYi tl3U ) l~~
IU Of eurpsHlL fi:.aziuWA*, UId-.. Wor~sre-
tie Inat- V*.'-, Sors- ?lnare. Rr4.nchiti.4, Hern-
kefiin ,rhage. Fatmd all frhro*.t nnd)m" ucg dig-
kflV~t21)c at drairei-.E'. P~rf-partirewi oly by
as in his r), -i. oev\t'ie(;.
with it.
Bwiq yomr icq~e one, f tbo'e,
i w ith IUafd30mo piftrloi- sidlies
H. tv Iroip Mcarston ),-Finch.
ye lie-0ci
QI'-e.'ve- ~ l I will rq ywjr qucr w. to!#e, tiri'
SW~tm- jewe-ry it; fir;-t-cla-". -..I J. 1.
I d .f. Meti-t -ossoet. e*Amrentinn.
)ili Thpre ".-i~l hr ea'tlar rneetirtjnZ f
tI.# NalI"H iei,-tal Kfci. t; a
%f 3--.2A. r 4r a t I n~fflcep '
.4 CIL.7~. T!Ie~id~y. March B1:3a'.,

ST IA tii 'ir:1j.-an,3 are cordia~ll
0. W. -MCMILLAN. M_ D.,
4r. a.~ E.I~.BKICE.NI.D.. President.
e~pSecretar v. 2
pe.If yo.at are read!, to gfo to
h ouse-k-eepin.d. let Mfarston
T o 4 Finish jurn isnqour house
C. it for You. They will save you


*C. BRENT.
* resident.


VM1 ElNKNOWLES,
Viuce- President.


W ;.HYEM. JR..
Cash ier.


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First National Baiik

OF PZNSACOA. FILA.


WM. H. KNOWLES, W. A. BLOUNT. F. C. BRENT, W. W HK Y J-H .
D. 0. BRENT,





p"'We draw our own Billi of Exchange on Great Britan. L-e.,.
Germany, France. Austria. Italy, Holland, pain. Belgium, Ru-.4..
way. r4weden. Denmark and other European countries.
BW'Vessels Disbursed upon the Mooe Favorable Terms. ar t,
Obligations Taken Payable at Port of Deomnatonu Ten or Fiftedi. ,, .
after Vessel Arrives there.
Wf'Safety Deposit Boxes for Rent in Conneatio',
with which we have a Private Apartment for the Us-
of R.atnrs.


Cold Weather
Coming. .., n
rir({ -r mt ill l* t k.'r *, t. ,; ,,1 ;i *. ,r.
I* l -nap arr.vo .. ". ', y
c'Ist 'n l% ,u o u II ; o;'I ',, jr l r
(or litati ng i .i l|),s.s llt :f ;t- i .i .r

DTompsoD. Olser 9 0 o.
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Coal and Wood.
I lice anol Yard: M. L '. r; nI : / re ,, .
anid railroad< .tr....- .


McMillan Bros. Co.


Coppersmiths,

General Metal Workers.

TIL. M-aefatwm iof au Hdnfuters ftor

Celebrated McMiffa Seamless Turpentine Still,

Capte hfitealsan u d" rauireab" dn 11t1 coti

MOBILE, ALA.




JOHN PURDY,>

Foundry a 1Machine Shops,
('NTRAI, 1HVIAKF, COK. JaI'ER4N A' P'IN ; HTETr.4,
Telephone 34R. -:- Pensacola, Fla.

|I'TTE '". V'.1'IN(, Ll'MKI F TRW('KS. SMALL CHILLED
Y 'ar Whe-I, Wooitand tl fro)ii ?Pnlle~ Hawze-r4. Hx e.. Ke 11iiin-
S fa-turod to Order in First-Cla-.4, lWorkmanlike Manner at Reao)n-
bl- fatpt-..
Dealor in Machinery, Fittings and Supplies for
Stationary and Marine Application.


WAITED. PROFESSIONAL OARD8.
Wate to by all tIhs of SaeM Dr./-areellu5 IT>Breary.
hed FretWr !Mrchitais, As.
ddrm BnT iT. Physcial aid Silrn.
KenmdKncc.il W.t (regq(aryemrvrt
O ERA i OUSE. *J)'A lo.mborteuilulin. ist P'*,

far, Evr., March1 ,-f at 8 IiL:Da. Wx. 0. DmWBXRY.

V1ORlMO m-Huak Brs.'Dreg Store.
EII8IDE9OB-400 L Jakson Strom


SWm H.t.anim I, N. D.9
Chaplain Jones, U. S. N.,
0)1 the Ba.J--hip Tex.;. Bllsnlathic iPOHy I 1ai S1ir0.
Und.r the Ex u-iv.- Manvg nt Late of (OXal. lIa..
,if tht- C-rtral Lv-.eiiitn Hgirtau. tor OiWers his proflesiomt lpirvles to th*. c'
tht- h-.o-.tir 44t ;: 'huritabk-l Inl.i-, s oiq n coMls.
ttation ol tti 35p;tv. Avpe* hl^atlentionRt? ven tI the tr~e in
OfCho icDe a.hd


F~e-i~f-t ee 't"~t'-. 5' and .;7j, C*-iiim.-


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Worn. and (C'bildrti.
Thirty YearNs ractic. I the S i b l'ow
Itmcet Hours:- I.a. .to t ii .. -. t, i p *r
BSoldeo* Phone No. I2W.
(trenflo.Rane t _<-- lk .... .*


FA Wilmer S. Hall.

1l0 I DENTAL SURGEON.

or Pensacola bmis Temple. Ph.e 364.


*wmaman asso


Choice Family UMUWiBS BL5.,


GROCERIES GENERAL INSUIRL


-!- AT-

The Well-Known,

Up-to-Date Store


-&ND-

Real Estate Agents.
PKESACOlhA. LA.


SPREgBBSENT TWENTY-TWo F *,
SLADIN G FRl, LIFE, MAE"
AOCIDEXT, PIDELITY,
o ILASS AND TXrAM BOILED
&Z & Coo, UilULANC COMPANIES .

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MATRON AND MAID.
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A skin without blemish and a body nour-
isbed with pure blood. Such is the happy
condition produced by CUTICURA SOAP
and CUTICURA Ointaenwt, externally, and
CUTICURA RESOLVENT. Internally. In the
severest cases of torturing, disilguring.
Itching, burning, and scaly humors.
Sold evriywhere Priev. TPe OrT. 1.-t or. CrTic-tA
I."*r AP ; 01STtirT. '*-c ; R, -LVNviT ihalf~i .Ae
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NAVAL STORES.
'CVH 11i ;a.TONC. March LI-*4pirltq tupen-
pent Ilit-, lii,? I) L' .oillI. .. r-c' mi. ljim~igP1
tat teeit" l.R-afirmi at ~I4l' .~:re-
ceiIpts 12. Ct'ld.'turpeyit tie tIi'Ilaft ~
1*.i J5 rec.''l t4. 'r 11111at $I.xs:receipoi
b1-l ALVANN ILH. \htr.li I .-Spirnts turpesa
tin" -, u vtI att 7i. receipts, .I "'. l'at'ie4 I~
i receipts i I.",4 sale% now. i Ht C.":,su iriu andi
111died ULi" 112.t' 1. Ari t~ine
11;1ell 4n Inmilnu ithion.
17 1111 .Eratii Iinkly in :in apl(P.-iogtc tone.
4-:1 I S 11111t41dra\%" IIIV' razzvr so'.s to hol'


f. 1':t.flipo w hat hl-;'i:..','s I was inl. all I spq
HIC 'Solemit ii :111 Sa 1-4.ii''YU tlOtS' n IIIC.I


I',ncne I.oinsg \ matnn.
"' id i Nl 9.'1 %.:i13 til.' gl, <'<'l ;itl lnd utchor.
"N.,' ; t ll ''ri, \.:-I'on't i l o l it4o p)11: 1, oi.h
;if 11,I1i '1"', i>;.v (' ily ( ,l \%o hld l mnake
triiouble, so I just tiooii the. 1 nevy and
spen-t it down town." liidianapolis
J'Iafor Nl.
*I h:li dy-popsia for y<*ir.. No


W ~ ~ I vslpepi a (tire. It g. Ye imn ed i-
D-Wit's Wich Ito- elijt-. Twiw )OttlP- produl Ict
Unf~tpialkh d for gil.-. iij~iri- waitl iwiirv',Ilistir t-lts," write.; L. 1-.
-killica.~- It i-4 the W'iii:l~ arren, Albanly, NWia. It digests
wi tc Ha: -4Salvo,. I;e'w* 4 AI w hat ymi #eat an d can not fail to cure.
4.iini1tt-rfoit-.. I1:argWi-'laI'lariiCY. IIaigi;- h arniacY. Jo idiiShe ppaird
.John Ssleppardanl(IS. Nlx~lil'. and S. Katin.


-BEERS, ETC.,--


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99 I ri.. i. i 9.e

I I' 999 1 ... It a',.r
Current (jue-1ionm.
I199'INI tilt-9'9


flit) J."41 %I-%,I'Timte%.


OR. -
OPERA HOUSE!

Ono %TiAlixt Only:


Tuesday,


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Signat' IN w Ire


DRINK LION BEER! -Importers and Dealers in- OLE A113T OR
A I Chinese and Japanese


*--Fancy Goods,=*
FINE CHINA TEAS.
No .:1 south Palaft Streer.
Laundry ()Mee PIEN.'ACOLA, FLA

n.,-., l'v IIIl Phy.vicii,. :.s th,, For Sale.
.,Ii 1., : ,at,-,,lut.iy irit. iri, :iiil- Stean SawI Iill complete
to 'i. and practically new, to-
Geo. Pfeiffer, Agent, ether iith tivo-story build-
p1 ^.(i6 \ i b 1'.I feet wiith new
Tr It. On T" at all'1 ; d -lwvani'ed steel roof Filer
ry a lStowell .Machinery. Ca-
pacity i thenty-live to thirty
S lllthousand feet per dayj.
fardain for ri'iht. party.
TbetinyC apsulesoresuperior *iier one. /)a rt-*
to Balsam,(1 ^nof opai .Ow r _(,fone ut, o ,/ m anit-
C,-bebs and Injections. N ) l/actr/ring business reason
nTeycure in 48 ioursthef' or selling. For particu-
same diseases without anyincon- ,ri.
vc:cnn SLD BALL DRUGGISTS L..E..A..ELL.
o ll LEE DA.YIELL.


I GLASS, LARGE OR SMALL QUAITITIES.
I-PENNILAND RYE WHISKY,
BROOK HILL SOUR MAHH.
YELLI,)WTONK RYK WHISKY,
DAIRY MAID WHIrKY.
ATLANTA HRgWING COMPANY S
CELEBRATED BEER-KEM IO*TTL:S.


MAY BE A LONG STRUGGLE.
British Press iurecMat the Result of
I.utly-lastthI Reltf.
LoNDoN, March I.-The Globe says:
"Tne night is passed. Since Havelock
and Outram foanht their way, inch by
inth. through the crooked streets and
al.eys of Lcknow, no such thri.1 of ex-
citement has gone through the nation.
Tne empire has suffered and sorrowed
much during tne last few months, but
the tidings of Tuesday and to ayv have
made it ail seem like a gloomy night.
m ire.
*"The credit for our success rests with
Lord Roberts as ful!y as if he himself
had ridden into Ladyvmith. The em-
pire tenders a tribute oft ratitude and
admiration to General White and his
immortal garrison."
The Pall Mall Gazette says it believes
it is Impossible to forecast the result of
the relief of Ladysmith on the duration
of the war. "which may yet culminate
1in a protracted struggle before Pre-
toria."
DAILY MARKET REPORTS.
COTTON.
a Nw YORK. March L OPpW CLOSa
January................ 7 W. .... 7.91
F 'ebru.try...................
M arch................. 4 29 .... 9 14
April .... 1. .4 .... 9 14
M ay....... ............ 9 1 .... 1 14
I June................ ..... 21 .... 94 14
July .... .. ....... ...... 9 2s .... 9.15
August.................. 9 2 .... 9 11
September.............. 47 .... 8 36
October. ............ b )i .... 8.01
November ............. 4 .... 7.
'December ........ ... 79 ....
Spot cotton closed steady 1., k.ghler
i middling upland- 7 1it middling gulf
9 yl-l6;. .-ales none.
GRA IN ANA) PROVISIONS.
S CHICAGO. lareh 1. oPr.s CLOSE
,WHEAT-March .... 4
'ON- lAT-rch .... 6;.14
CORN-May............ .... 3


PORK-.- ...t' :0. .... lO 41
kPoKK--.May .............. .' ..,. .... 1". *55
t'O iK -- .i lily.. ........ .... l ./;.
LAnRD-.Narch .. .... 75
LARDB-May .. ..... ," .... .5 N5
LA MA---I- ....... ....
t s--March. .......... .5 b-
itiS-M.a\. .7;' .... 11
tKwts-Julv .. .... 5 ,2


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SUBSCRIBE
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STn DALYnt Pr Wk.
Only Ten Cents. Per Week.


SWr.''UiSU4 bCEIkDULL


Baldness
ean be
Sure
long as there is particle
'I he tact that th;e head is smooth
., I snf.ning if no p.'-::ive proof
r.at the roots beneath are iead.
!'eep down beneath the skin. hair
*s :av vet ex:s:. Mied with
ti~epr.t vitaliy, and all that is re.
quired to r develop them into a
heautiul head of hair is the faith-
;ul Applcation oi the proper agents.
Seven-- w
Sutherland Sisters'
preparations furnish the easiest,
surest and quickest way to aacer-
ta:n it there is or is not'latent life
beneath a head bare of hair. Why
nut try them?
SOLD DY DRUGGISTS.


--: UelImIn


LEWIS MORRISON'S
i-omipirt- and I- :alorit Prodn: Ii :1


i l t : 1t :,-':i Citnt Elec'tricnl and Tet-n c
S,'t. t- l id ii .Mar\,-louu tauor%.


O:;INAL C COMPANY :
CARLOAD OF stCENERY'


High-Grade


HALL &


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Liquors.


SIILVEIR BROOK, PRIVATE STO('K lEN HARDIN SOUR 1 MASH.
VERY FINE; I'RIEI)MAN'S (C'ELERATED OLT) IP t VATE
STOCK. 12 YE..ll OLI); OLD) MILK VEIVET. K EN-
T('(CKY'S PERFECTION OF P'RITY. AND
OTS OF O( HER BRANDS WHICH
S ACE WILL NOT PERMIT
TO MENTION.

f 'Th.' L rii ,-t i i.anA .t Selecte'd Stook if }itt:'.;.' \'ii-kvy :a l
Wine- for Family C'!e.
THE JUG TRADE IS OUR MAIN SPECIALTY.
fU Alo Aleont f,,r *th la:nious P.th-.t Milwaukee Il'.r. Fr,-. Delii-
cry to every Part (of the ('ity.


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PENSACOLA. FLA.


-4THE@--


ALLI[GIOR


Teleptlolo 179.


T'LLEIN'S


Mammoth Retail Grocery,
502-504 SOUTH PALAFOX ST-,
*roloploneo a300.
lr ',lt.ion-. N.ew aindi OIl. :rfo ( rdially Invit'd to V it anid lI I.ct
ths-ir Inmair ~ Stock.


A. M. AVERY,
(mIMPORTER AND JOBB OF
IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF


)iu 0lt1i Wiu ntufciu tL:E=ar3w7Vare,
ALL ORDERS SERVED ON SHORT NOTICE ron, Nals, Axes, Shovels, Saw Mill and Steamboat Muppile, Cooling
AT ANY TIME AT REASONABLE PRICES. and Heating Stoves, Paint, Oils and Window Glass,
:-J ooms fo Rent by the Day, leek or Month. < Agate and Tinware and Houseftralshing Goods.
311, 312 North Tarragna stret, Opposite Ueio Depet. 4 unos, Pstols and shiny Takle.
O-Telephone 68.--0 AGENT for Birmingham Bolling Mills Company, Revere GIant
--.-GEO. WILSON & CO.,*~-"- Stitched Belting, Northampton Emery Wheel Company, Laftln RBand
t F-ogetto Sp. WI th te M. Powrder Company, Johnson's Kalsomine, Iron King and Buck's Stoves
Don't Forget to Stop With the Fat Man. and Ranges, Wi. Coups A Co.'s Raw Hide Laos Leather, Masryh's Beady
FD05I ViTlIRIFTi R lIVl LT ill HOIIF 111RilTIl R MadeRailroad colors.


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FOR STRAM DIVISION
PENSAXCOLA eiECTIUDCTKRMI4Al
RAILWAY COMPANY.
Trains leave Pensacola for the Littlt
Bayou, Palmetto te ach. Warrington. Navy
SYard and Fort Barrar.cas at
1 !:a a. m. arriveat Fort Barrancas 7:15a.m
il:0i a. m.arriveat Fort Barrancas .' 1 :(w) p.m.arrivat Fort arranrcas 1:45 p T
8:1i p. m. arriveat Fort Harranca l:1.,p tn
S ps:.1pm am.rrive at Fort Iarrancam 0:45p ai
) Trains leave Fort Barrancas for Pensa-
cola at
; 7:* a. m. arrive at Fensacola .-. :16 a. n
1 p. m. arrive at Pensacola....... 11 : p m
O p. m. arrive at Pensacola....... ":-'5 p. m
5.0i p in arrive at Penseaola 7:4;3 p m
7:t p. m.arriveat Paaeco.a .... 7:s6p i
b:45 p m. arriviat Pensawola........ 9 J p. in
***'urdays only.
In effect 1DeC. Ist, ,!<%*.
SrMnDAY CRu DUDN.
Leave Ponsacola. Lv Fort Harranoas
9a.m. 10 a.m.
11a. m. It m.
1 p. m. p. m.
I p. m 3 p.m.
S*p. m p* M.
6p.m. 6p.m.
ap. m. p. m.
PARE POR WRK DATS.
Pensacola to Fort larrnaaeaand return Oc
Pensacola to Navy Yard and return ... io
Pensaoola to Palmetto Be-b and return 1u
PArs Pon aSwnaY
,ensaoola so .>rt Barraiss Navy
Sard and rear...... ................ Sc
Pensaoola to PalmelSeF o Beh and
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RuuAcUl Sace say-~ in a reC'PtI: interview
that hsblxmf od t'aith i-; ch at' Lii 1-iy the
fact that he had a.,i-ee~lu.I eceeial funrtionp.
William Kerr tof' lie i j!-iC-C i-t ill plir-
Fuing the trade ,-f v thi aki t tho
age of S*- iu ft,'-1- ;1; -. 1 %erk It

TheUmtiat A. Li.- 'e'.fii--t hit cc- c-rn-
tngs u ere e W ]htsl-go'.je et fietoni A
toriegI'r lil Ue.ced 1 f.,:, thi, i PA e 4 1 c e, The
wow U fanc'ei. -o ,- 'cbcN lt~ ht.-! b-h' aid
irtiircid~m C' I1 -'I. i
:T vioe. gieI.. 4 e o -4 l e tI c ii'Il

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S Machtim-, to partiL,.pate in the Maidi

Hr Ann.- Ilin gay, l1. miteIr-oilto Esars.
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it c i agart--~ir, lo;!, costa. to tlairt., Duin-
iwodV .& 1 4
Nor LDovro-, -.&&. Larson,. to W L Wittilieh
It Iwu.' (u-.an'. 11-17, Lararotta. to order
%(oI P' rtgt-m.4e71. Arim,-'tCe undo-t-to ordtci-
Nor Fi ieeilen. s ujgiahi,-. to or ler
Nor He-itos.. te, Niels-tu, to W m~ Keyser &
Nor ltM511-'. ~j. Ano-1.r-ot. tco "[I,(ce
IZu- tie-higa t. 412 A ktri t.did, LO VeDNeaeCOhi
Nor ILady (slya ty. 127-, Jiicubse-n, dl Ifor
Duindee
Nor 107$hce'-77 2', -iid -c-nti t'eW t
hey-'l-'r it 0cC
!Nor Ml iia 4, '.to r her
Nor hltrgeret,'Lte. )2 are-wii. to IW s
keyier & to
N w\lct \ %%ay,. .lf-Icl-.'ee~pn. tel WVS 1%, t.



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%-'101 erceupl. Neet 1i dul;z lt' deleIt
i:1. 'he eI0 ."O4.t; etc!e ~i'll ~tooV-II#at
leiie'l A r li i- ,w#.!imri. le cc.l4eli
:# baittlor cf I if* t wilwerlafiti,'lz 'Cg&

Tarr. iti a fe-w eei.-m- ho.-retut noii.--
to RI i 1.- dk-ect-)r ti-'t-'& wit a 'eh~ A
t he Chitea d w '- II In-'tu,1 itettpr TheI

famitly ha-;i -! -. t c TIt'ecllfltiet- ide d
('hataberlain CliuvioICte..w#-ti v to
their nooi.-ilibetr-. atid elfrleild% 11111,1he
has.., -1 e eitIt t~tiit d emtit 1fetr it fre Im
that t trt cif Ith- c' i! uit! v-. Fr -ale-
hV I-ja 1ill Bt r---.. ?" -th Ii l'a haex
t rev t.
I'01,( C(I 1 h ii l.eii 1e Ses /)7'O/-
crlyp.tted for i oilr eyes h(/1(t
arre a comfort and aL ,le(tX-
are to wear, bY DIr. 11If"il-
Cox, thle Optician, at E- .!
.'Indersen 's, .Jeweler-



I TI V I co-'I-1`ee iltlt-' Fcituit us
H i t -,-m I 't w i t 1 1" -4W1

DURHAM Cigars have
been tried and fire test-
ed. D'Alemberte sells
them.

Coffee' Coffee'.:
If 'eC'(li te itiee ntifh(i1M e

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Vt ~t~v'ci\Mlr-n I -Julge B-art.
1.11 iis rO-lee-CYi notice fr sw Ammi'ttaut
Por-twut~er 4ecnerat Sne'&,enter~zer that
in a'cxaewith tlb. rr anise ainde t,-
hi-.ini a-we hars a-'*ree t urs. 111i. d
iv'I~e v 1t o 'fl B.,lteic ti .- CI IUIT'
kia. Nlars-h -:'ac. '%ie&nqthad 7:.
Olo1vo% t 4i me- -- !iute-I a Yi. r-cu'te'
! re ^to e-Irv wit. th Iiw:1i te ar
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POLMITCL ANIOIICIIITL
For Mepesm-batie.
I horeby annonc le nwvaelf ana condidato
for Ateprte-b'ntativo-f hCcawmtils Ciounty in
thek# 1,lviimat u r. bubject to the Diemocrat ic
rriwa, es.

Four *heriff.


MARITIME.

Per -- T~reglie'ld. 144,. l-,tory. ('arid!f to
B&Aa".i Oll 'R' dy of('10
tun to utI I 'Iransit C
SAlT Ie t
Nor tc'.' Opf.-p.ia. Pe.j-'n-rt-'- Ant'"'
It teA Ti-tiit~tigo' ,gca' utiet
IltuegmcesA3 rc-"
%N-r -"lip 'Iitrrai K cilp. Hue-nc. Ayre-i
it Ilak 4k;Cu.!i, ;0t.zan -e Fe era .'alno.
Btit-nc,'. A y C-f
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r t.Ii-o x-ierHe la igl i I--Ijo sfj -Ctitirce. 14olt-,
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BTRAN-'4P .II"FS


I liere-tiv anntou l~'ic-inoi '- xl Ia', -''-Oe-dat,
fm-n ne-e-v-c't imli tl tlee -ce'ct-tug'' el'hit-i it!WtI'-,-
vatn it)lim ('ecttit-gI-, IIdaeeic. ind I tca tlbs' '.uf-
I ia2t'' a~ei IIttere7-t t ofsli I nY'-i eaclc..


oir sihberiff. i
I h terchy announce myself a candlidlate for
-..'hiriff of Escambbia county at the ensuing
election. .1. C. 'A.NI' Tr.
Fi-'r Clerk of the Circuit Ctiurt.
I her-hrv annotune( myself a' a candidate
fe-r r-*-lecltion as clerk of the circuit court
of E:.ttia 'ount tLl' t y the numii leetioni
aud ask tLe support of tlh-' voter'
A. M. M.(MII.l.AN.
IFor Circuii Cle k
I iinowl(nellr'p inl' en(diiili' fer Clerk of tht'
<4'ii'U!! Co' rt of I 'Inhtilittl,| -ct>ltv. Ut i.lte-v
to] th,- ai lllon of thi en. f h.1 I *'L iiloeri'tic *
prliiati 'se. C. I.. I >.. ANIMI' .I..
Fewr Circuit (I rk.
To, tIheV \'vt. r-t o(f El.,eatihii i I nivr: n
I liir.-,+y aninoimicet mv-.lf a 'ca'tIidate' forr
I hi o:vlle of cl*rk of thei cir'uit court E'f
I-:eHin'tlitta (countv and '.ill llie- IldI0-ed to
hliV* the? sutipport of l iv frie-nd andiirl the-
v'cter-r ri, rllrlly. .c)tIN lDe 1. (, 1 -A.
lo,r Tax C oll-c-tir.
I hlerc'tiy nnoune( tinysel ;is a tindidatoe
f,,r re-ie'lctioni a' Tnx Ct'o lector oef ';,-'cta-
thin countii. itivI a'k the iuppurt of mny
fr:'cds aid voters generally.
A. H. I'ALKMIlMET.


I'e#r Tax C..Ileetor.
'The niar'v friend, of Juridgell V. H F itnnzf
haviangr ehiti~nee ise conslenit hereby an-
noiie.-fl' him am a em rd idate for Ta't ('olIe~ctor
ofi Eicantbia county iit(itheensitimse e.'Itit en
MAN.Y %'JT~tki
For Tax Amullwe.mer.
I hereby annoutt- my'elf a., a candidate
for Tax Ag.*'eimr of l'Er-iititbis county, sub-
jeet ito the act ion of the fliniocratlc prima.
rit!,. It elected I t x tie,'t tdI m-t t let appro-
htition of the tax payers and will do my
duty Ili every detailias I did when I held
tbe offie before.

For Tax Aaaeae~r.
Th+- candidacy of William W. Itichardft it
hf-reby otogi)ufeted for re-.-ltc~imi at; tax ah-
%4-%tecj for E-eaimhaa county. subjhecL to tile
iuitioli of the democratic primiar.t.'~
For Coanty Trr'auuater.
I hereby announce nit meif Hs't and~idalk-~
for renomai nation am r tsra'iarer fit E-cambia
4E)1I it V. %uhjeJLtotit itde~cl'coi tit thebe .'u'.u -
dilttociri. tl**prai 'stry el-ct lioii a irt i t-'wt-L-
(itil Av'olilgcitthe etlpport of I li.. e %t t-ief tel
ce'liiv. plo-diging nmt-t-ltf for lth' future the'
'.niiie'fatil i ll Iperforilnia ~c"of (fillvt that I
h 4v- id"ieAl oitd to f1111111(IIIr iig n-tiv pl'it
tonuirs of t le 'fl1ct'. J. W. kt
Foer J ustit e of i he I'Pteav. -
I hi*l li ll % a i('t II'. ':ii el n ieqe'v foi r'---
foer t "th-. I t'vi Ilet.! net. *uht-)Jf tot tthe ti 1
tion of b-tliv oiii iit zing Iii flht-i.
.t 1. ,~ iE? itIBit I KP INj .'.N' :
A~t th-' -eigL'''tioliof iitiuit-'ou'% fI", 1!11
.- I + lii fwl't of 'e-eel L .' ctt eli-trii't. "ult-I,'t tOr

h. ciol of;h Itao I S ll nlnetmv

I''Tb'' ete' t f Pu'inldic feii~trtcl~m
vo'1~lttetiiiftyandl(Iacsk the-'upji rltof iai.
fti.'zid% ulii' tr' nicai .I..idi
[IV I.
P .r _-upg. ril ga .'t~lf-Itt 1I' isI )I Iu l

1'e tlio 'Voetre r%(f h--etitleia (teCultuiti I
!1..t"''- v tlil;)II(efit'''iii.tfa 'allioiielate feltF,
he'etieegitee! licetccllief.'oe' ee l lity' ftp-ttt-i
(cIt f pItII"'d in'iz trucio'tleeu a will Il l-e
iteet-dte it lvt' ttie %utipliort of tmyv ri.'emtl
e'rittit' primiu r~.;v-e'h'twn-t. N. I1. C' 4 i.
For :'Mi-'ueviler l"4'Iieeelt' car~t.


The frin-id- dof Mi: .1. 1. Sl Cw.A i:I, of .l"':I'-
nilt Htill. l]hi: Itl! e Il '- ,l r- I I'IIi t,
Ih e tv atilpo llli'ee hi s i 'tol l lv for lltll-
h !r of tIhe' I'.'lambilia Ccoity -chool loeid
f r thei i niithirl n ''i-tril'. -ileh e l1o i. t iac-
tIec oe thie' elt'itociatilt' plrnli ies,.


iCOHN, fRlEOMI 5 i O'S


0 RACKET STORE.


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S-PARDI 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 taity line of Ladies' Shirt Waists
in all colors and prices.



Our Stock is Immense!









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The A big line of Ladies' and Children's
Slippers just received.



Carp In Men's, Ladies' and Misses' Footwear
We are Invincibwe are the Leaders.





















This makes our Success.
Mail rdr Millinery, t

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COHEN, FR'iDIV AN & CO.A .
B The finest and most complete line of
II Carpets, Mattings, Curtains, Window
^ Shades, Etc.


Yon are Cordially Icyitel to Vit nr Jaimmiotk Estatllsiirect


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

':f:. Mail (Order- l'rrxin tlv Atte.'ide' t,.

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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.


211 lct. Infainti' and C'hildrin'. Half
Wool l'iindershirt-. regulat-r 41' talUe
lli cl dot Ladce-'. Mii's ailing ("ill e-lr. >.
Mii-tk and lTai. Full .-oatinl*- i- o. ,
i t.ullar I'1, goodtn. forI thi -lst


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cic', le- v13is eI Ad*V, -$1.c


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LOae frie'rs Pit knrlopr Market. I
F MVtA .E 1'fteeen acre% .in we-qt,. Ii -i
urb". ftechitimbr havou 4bieti. tan bV)
sold on rea4Vy teriit.an. lti at a hramrigi. I Il-i
C. Wageeon &At'.. lt:t!
44RSLE-Th" vulit ee m eeirait-opIw
I th i 'y cton e'a'v terint.. by t ho 0i Ihe'
Heal leK-4tateti Agoene'v. 1,. al.. Wil-itei. %fat-

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iTADITE10- All hinea of empty eutlar:
%Vwklky bottles. .A.11falwn-xiANz
noirlttl
~IANT P1'-4L.d beer bogwoo as *fl!CtI-ib-
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ISf PAA"i :.-41 1 I11111.1 'N Primeieerv Schoe-,
A ftgie I Ki ti,'-r lc'rii-t. I-i teno oleic'ui-f
It'% Onti tt'rti IIIit5e re--.le-'uc" t atthe- 'e
I1"I'(i Pof 'etefecx aid lftekia d trvi-r%. e---
tra ki''-' onriJsck'.ot. TermaS'. to)epe'r lttorit.

A* J AN 111- EMA 11" 14. 111 i t PL ece N 'A
coI ri ttier -M!m-outod 4 t'vitilheivii %t '
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street.

Eleglant bed room sets. I
cheap Ones, whiclierore 4yo/'
want, at Ma1(rston 4 Fin c', -h


OPERA HOUSE:0

ONE NIGHT ONLY!

Wednesday, March 7.



MH. W1ILl lAM


In Dthe Enoriiar-u'Iy Mir.-. !. -


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I herPhv announce" m. self as a candidate
for ,be.riff If *'.*.-cfinlites County. tIIid re-
-.peotfully *.k tb" support of iiyv fe-Iltds
and voter c-f the ('"i unty. If Ievtetl- I a ll
cischtairge the dutite-nl of Smait of i' otll-lict;y,
Lfi.ily anId itnpalrtially.
W.H. lit r,-it Is.>v.
For Shertif.


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It lige~ll i'ie'l1tUitIM.it. %Itdcit tare J~ec-an 20
,%ng#A;.& AcclmiI. It atl Viii teieIibutt'acIftti I
%wh. 1. c -27 .1ei At'etcI.-rp liPe', It
He-'.leh"iii. g,: .1'ci.7'-'. IdI hi hteeti.l'aitJan
ie.eei. I t. -"-'2. .1F-ier'e'll-tim Jun 0ii
I ril wC C l. .1-tIf i11:1 J:mIt
E% I oCF(Cife. ten. :Ie.'lIdSI I" ouI.-SI ,e t' tnC It 14
ttllar 'IIifle.ti'.'.Jt'I'4't'. Ner.N.414. IaL Antwe'rp
F:Iaeei .N %er. e-64 rr'.tolJInn
fErtt re-o. I t. -1-I- 1 Lial. I Ie'c~ C
l.'abio. It.- O lc avde. i'E~ltI., a'.hore
,Nov 21! near I-i-itt -o% al
(itlliiit. %or a.. Id I i'evtwoeeie. tan _'W
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NEWS.


PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY AFTERNOON, MARCH 2, 1900.


VOL. 30.


NO. 24.


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


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-ther for;--# r-irelpter ted -Olttt-
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kirug~ers 'oiVdret".i
k Peteria disatctiozavi' that l'res-
ceut hrurer *ddre-o4ed & vast von-
(-gootiots aof Woeni'sitIDopper church,
tAIM ilNal. yestordar. lie said
(l a~rk cdiais are sitallcowering
1&vIgrl. but fadthla am.the!Alwighty
p ii-tit't' of their cau~e wmild
.f-dt-ral fool ecA too a ooucce, -;
ilit tli-ir cauipaigra.
-*roil 's iiappiAtntutent.
nerrespibtpcdeznt at Plaar-
ti.tl-..'that a curitmaaij if-e f-
t Itell~ lelatted too hini by
I--I11- v" aimip. It tooppeans
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0;- tiu m:r by r~ lvanii iiiplcooy-t.-.
alg at-9el/ 2 nt iii-'mattmlrea-at-0an
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tiai1ltuc.d a -;mathlcl 4i.-(t-tI;.;-I
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1 lIft I'HI.II PI'I F,:4
S.r.carni. I"- Insuragent Tactmei,
S, I.AA. March '.-Cal. Ander- n
the 3l' tli infantry, eimployingi
.'-!it tactic- -inubuhlied ai numni-
f F'iipina,- tiar natuagatz.
:z !i -pile1- tie leared that a d.--
i,'*-i of ain-iirge-nt- w-ould pa-s a
I. .ad. Hie.' -1 .ted lii s.-oldiers
al--d I t-liid treas- linitig the
.:, u1th wlih- Ilhie e-eitiVm arrived-
>imnc-; iica ui- iit'xpectedly tirned
-..4 v4Ol1.-y t them, killing 24,
A aWi i i at i eol n4 turini V-terl.i
!dlw h' tl -miA tl tytd ltle Fili;'ls,
l cihlity.

I' rto llth- Tariff.
III O.TaiN. hamrt'ai 2.--The
i- i t n'it ai Iliin-_a.- g tto c'iion re-S
I- i *lilt \"it.-'it;g III aP ipropria- i-
ta' itnaticV it-rceiveh fr niai,-- imi o ll rt,ti I c-,> f,'r ceti-
l ;' .'- tail i -t ae-:l fit ,I tl:'
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4. acl. l t'i;t inti itLw th -day.

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It, i.lllot .O140t.
\VA -ItN(;O\, ia'rci 1 -At the con-
-usiou of tme rou'nie business in the
se-nae i: was decided to take a final
v,ie 'n the conference retort on the
Ltancra. li;. r~ez:; u--d ty at 4 p. m.
Mr. Iloar said be tes:rei tr,efly to
a i;ress toue .enaV. on the 'ijay case.
iut (,u.d inot lutr er e witn ail' deliv-
ery ot tile speech aniounaC'ed by Mr.
C:av of Georgia t.ur to,:ay.
Mr Cday aairaese*oi the senate on the
Phliiuline qluestitn lie ,as cue of
tie Denmocratic s-naturs wbo voted for
the r.atineratnon of itu treaty ot Paris.
In his speech today he supported the
Bacon resointion declaratort ot tois
country's policy towards tne Pnilip.
pines.
N-gri IlMadliy Mwanted.
JACF.(oNvi.i.r, Fia, March I.- A
correct description of the negro. James
Powell, who assanl:ei Mrs. Wiley
JoNes, at Panama Pari recently, aad
ror whose apprenqUslOa a reward of
$2.0uu as offered, is as follows: Height.
5 ;eet Vi inches; weighs between 160
and 175 pounds; hair kinky, thin lips
for a negro; face round; age, about l;
color. daric brown; teeth good. but
sniuta; thiud longer on left hand cut off
cil.-e 10 p.ain. witi saigIt piece o tilein
tLangagl Ito tae paEi


J,.E-v;!.', S C. Usrch I -There
is considedrs-.e activity iere ard in the
surroundiau conwry uver their :roipec-
rive cotton mil Town: o:ts are being
so.d daily aud a great niatr houses will
be built thi-s 3ear besides the mill
houses. "T1'u popu.a!.ou of the town
wAi,. in ail probaoil.ty, te doubled in
t e nxz: 12 tuouiths. General Manager
L: tlejohn1i is niyminu I? e con.trucction
oi tie luil auu wa 1 no iiuut,. b. ready
to -'-'un the nr-: c-tioua nex: fall.
1:LOt 1 .. (LI.u.v n ni...n.
'M I,,r. "- .:.Y Ala,. M.irth l.-The
tlepub:mc.-an count:!ex cxUctve oriumittee
tiais adjourned. To cc'n'vention was
-*-ni'poied (1t n groed. and wa- a wild
ri t I ro.0 1st:'t tE) 1 intIsu. Til,, Vaugnan
crown wai. in ite ascenidncy in uoise
:i In unuin:;cra. atii Sta'e l.hairnian
V.aul;tan was ind,"r-a, i. 'I'ne lU.n;naint
..tt'o.oW1i w1i appeal t.) *ue stale coimmit-
teti It S'-:it.i o sev-r.i times during
th. meeting tua: a general fit.u was in-
\C V i ti .' l>i it*C10 .i ;,.. iiiit(r'l.

"i -.:\:i l i..Ga ,.larch I -To:u Smitmh,
ii proittneur It aU'n w', to do eLtroi,, was
a-s...' i.altd at lI a it.L)!:e,. A ew inmles
:ro;u Teii eli,. T'-)o ,r- three parties
aria iniriiiarttl. but :-4 yet no arrests
biave tee-: mailde. l is barn was tired
a:'tut miiutngh, and when tee negro
siped on the veran-a a load of buck-
shtut was poured into :s aead and neck,
ai;u'.g hbam in-:autl-y.
1) -d In. I .-nin:1 A1e-.hI1l.
P.atr Ht:oN. Mh MIxrc'h I -David
ItM R-bertusoD. who suffered trorr nio-.
larial fever. was given ian alcohol lath
1 v .i s brother WlmAliai and put to Ited
at( iliitrntit Snartiv after mte lbrothir
siw a a1.-h and eit.red the be iroo i
i-,t a- tihe liV ,l*i tell n1 tihe bed. a liv-
n,. i :tiL. liediel almost immediately


N w Ithink at 'ra-ittil-.
'ISEsi.KlE., Ga.. March 1 -Prominent
citizens of Tennille have organized a
new bank. to be known as the Citizens'
tunk. Capital stock srscribed$25,000.
A committee was appointed to collect
t30 emr cent of this aniount and make
application for charter.
C'.,w hWlao I1 Arrestie t.
.i i\:. Aia March I -After the
earthh of Jacob Furto Mr. Cawthon was
was arrested on charge of murder. He
waives. examination and was admitted
to baai which was fized at $5.000. The
body is held awaiting arrival of relatives..
Brave Men -'all


Victim'l to stomtil:lchi. liver anI: khid-
ipv troiblfle' a- wel! a- woellif-i. ;iand
ill' f--e thie re-tilt,- in 1imss ti,. oi.t ;i i t i l I h," 141,,d I, iie k A tI'.
#.-rvt-nt-ti---. h, lIic t:-' ldt tir-d.
i l- 1 .~-. rimr-downi 'i li;. II ;t
theri'- lite n t-ilWd t f.'"- lik- th it.
Li.-ta-ii t, J. W O .tardn-r. Il-tvilli-..
'ii1. lie -'it-: ; "F ct li: t ,
ire in tl i tl i' t lint: for a, i 'i! w in hi
~ ; i- llrun downi i ait:t dlnii'' i caeret'
whut l I c a. live ,,r dti--. It tOid
l!i,,l't* t,1 c- a1 m1 l '11 W -t!,'.:^t i ;il!.tl
.tiied ul ;t;ac 1"i hihati ll iy: itii, I catili
Ssk -. i ti. t 'w e',t a: ,\ ,thing i ai, t
h iv<- :a ii-1" l-oat ,,i litf-." (i !\
,TI W' t'i;. it
Three Large Stores

Full of FI NI TI RE. The flne-t
line 4of Walnut Itedrooni Suites ever
..iowln in p.u-ns-aol.. Pretty. neatly-
flni.!>ted 1 io oak U.'drin Suite- at
ill price. 1itt an a d (Cobbler Seat
Rneketa. big and little, cheap and


DETECTIVES WORK


IN THREE'STATES


Cpbell Talks of Clark In-

vestigation Movement.


"MILLIONS FOR DEFENSE"

I>)et-ectV s Werr. lt iirticted to Ingra.- '
Illite III sislvrlvre ils I to tl (eGood
3 nei-y Is lianj iIt -(J.


WAs!IIN.UTON, March l.-Wien the
seu.ite committed oa elections resumed
its -.ission toiay, Representative Camp-
,0'll. woo .was on the stand yesterday,
was c! os-i aniinued by Mr. I-'au kner.
4ie told of the organIzation of mo move-
rienat ft,r tue iaives-igation of Mr.
C.r,'d election. li s-ai'l the first meet-
.ng wai neid in ,latto ast Maren, those
pretent being Mr. H.irrtman. Dr. CamiD-
beli, Marcus Daly, H. L Myers. S teaker
-tt., Mr Tuony. Mr Metts. Mr. Toole
and Mr. Finian. A committee was then
appO:uted witn Mr. Caupibeil as chair-
man to gather facts.
"Mr. DaiY said at that time that he
Vciu.d turuish any necessary means for
Jhe investiia(ion," said hbe witness.
"but that he would expect others to
alo make contributions."
lie said there was no limit placed on
the amount to be expended. except that
Mr. Daly said: "We had militone for
deoese hbut not a ceut tor tribute."
Continuing Mr. Campbeli said th*
no sau hbad been deposited to his credit
and that when he wanted money he
went tu Mr. Da y for it. except on one
occasion, when Miles Fialan nad given
him a check lor $i.L tI and one of W500
troim Mr ls^:gett. Born thee checks
had.t however, iten retained.
, Mr. Faulkner presented letters which
Mr t.Jsirb I.l baa written to detectives
ewup.oytd in tue cast. first drawing
from ibe witness In-e fact that deiec-
tves had been eingageni in Montana.
WV.saitagi;onad New Yornt. In Mon-
tai-they wm eni.tiaed to work up ev-
idesee and iu Wa.n:.ngton and New
York to keep an eye on witnesses be-
heved to be ut:atnun.i. Mr. Caimpbe..
identided sever.*. L.;ters, biat hey were
no: read.
"Were yu.- wit'a:nc s in Wa-hiug-
too," he was ak-u "*us-ructed to v sit
dt i:'-at~. turgeon., doctors, otc., who
were conouectei ithb senators'"
"No. sir; positively no If such a
Cumvr was uTiruend it was without my
kitowleg-i- our con ent. I never gave
any sca iinmvrcc;:o'ls and I now havo
no kn,,'w ie. tg or tsuchl p:.' ceding. If I
line-w o: -uti a course beine pursued 1
wor; ; so'p it milledlately."
A"'):V ytu i i: ruet tio detectives to
ln ra ice thnitmi lves into the good
p..ti 0s ot Mr. Clark'- friends'."
,i:a. I told th::i t get emnpioy-
-i .a t trom h hee r to ~:t into t i.oir
g-(od grt u r" in i-"- vav t'iy conid. "'
1he witries was questioned concern-
lun hii coLit'ction i'uth "Swede" Mur-
piyr, the witness who had been so .oug
inmising. anti also with Toni McLiugn-
lin. Mr Campbell stiL. that Murpny
it:d iu.hr hlhtim out and had agreed to
min-.ke ari uffidiavit in the case; that he
to'a,.abLeli) had put the statement in
atri iavit lorm. but that he mane no
fsuag:-estion as to what he or McLanugh-
lain should testify to. He told of Mur-
ji.:y'- disappearance front WVashinton
and siid that McLaughlin had not been
p1u onI the stand becau-e his .sta.eiient t
c, u d nit be corroborated.


SHORT LINE TO THE WEST.
i'hl N. V'. '. 0. & (. RaIllivi;y IAt-nlid-
Inl= ar4 Lillues.
M --.::'i;. Marih i.-F. A Moliter,
ca;:et engineer of tine Choctaw, (.kla-
ip, :ma and iGulf raiiroad is authority for
tohe, -t.ttemeut that t le line of his read
:ron W\'eathertord. ( T.. to Amarnil'
will be pushed as rapidly ad possible.
Lt,';-ting parties are stili ln the field
and the exact route bas not vet betn se-
lected. but the approximated extenoslon
will be 203 mises. When this shall
have been completed, the short line
from the Atlantic to the Pacific will be
through the Memphis gmtewayv nd l it
wil lbe cousioerao.y shorter taa.n ny
other route.
it i1 atso stated by Mr M X1i'er that
extensive surveys are being miiiall- in :ni'
Chackasaw nation toward D-', *, .
Tex.. and the construction o the Ctnoctaw, Oklahoma and trait si-
tom to that point is almost a certa!'.i
Imp ,rtmntl I...-,i1 lD -ielsio n.
Ni \v YOK. March 1.-Judge Lt-
comb of the United State-s (.rcu;t court
has just handed down a ,aog iarision
on the protest made 1-T S V White in
his suit agalust Cojii-c!or of litI. iai
Revenue Treat to recover the iIn.,nev
rair- fatr war revenue stamps rPolu:re.i
tu ha xized ic "''*Ial- "' Judge L.t.iib
h .tas that "'a.ls" are not taxah.e Tbe
aeciton is a :ar:tearn n, oine. it it holds
wii treOuire t ,e goivernitiiet to pay
ti,'k it, tr -kers andil secu.ator.i all the
itunlnev wuitLi they liave loeen required
to ;p:r fo.r rte tIurthishe of stamp, u-ed
to, atlix n "'-ait" -ltarwrs -ttie-ai may
be teiien from Judge Lacorib's uucision.


"1 (''ltE A COLD) IN o41E* U1Y
Take .. native Bromo quinite rablWt-. A!l
-.,g tso refund the monii'. a itf I ll t4
-.iu,, I W. Urovess signature i- on .-acL
I t> . ,.

Don't Pay $40 and $50
f-ir SEWINI; MAC-HINES when y-on
caii buy the best make with 1inll the
Ilt- improvements at 0. M. Pryor's
It -riatini Furniture Hou.,e. for from


TELEGRAPH WIRES DOWN.
Great bamiagx t-Rsulting Fr S.ow iand WiVisl4stuOnfl.
JLEVELAND. March I.-The ioit do.
structire sleetstorm ever experienced
in this city prevailed throughout last
might and early today. Tue streets in
every direction were blocked by hon-
Jreds of prostrated telephone poles andt
trees, carries down by immense accu-
mulations of ice.
The entire telephone tsytteru of the
city. with the exception ot the under-
grounJd ans. wai put out of service
and p.rac'icj ly every street car ine in
the city was \ tied up. The :roilev wires
were carrieti dowu everywhere by fall-
ing poles ani treo-s. Electric light,
trolley auii rc.epbo.a wires were tan-
gled tc'ether at nair:.y points, necessi-
tating- 'hb suuttmiu down of dyc;:mos in
order to permit the uneitien to w, rk on
the wires witn safety. lhi cabieroads
were also ui,-,ked Ly rt;e ,tros;rated
iineq and DO es acio.s tneir tracks.
'Tn's teleigra! i companies suffered
great il daia;ie or several hour dur-
iug the early morning Cieve and was
entirely cut off from telegraphic com-
manicailou witlh tnA outside world.
The oI, to the telephone and tele.
graph con:.u'a'ies will b, very heavy

A ( -nerasl I: zz rI.
NEW YonK, March l.-Reports from
all interior points in the state indicate
ihe worst snow storm in many years.
Blizzard wea her is general arcl the
rat of suow;:til an inch an hour for 24
hours tas. At Albany and Biughamp-
ton The snow has turned to rain and
there are fears of bad freshets.

To Annul Sale of Lands.
Bir.MIMHAN, Ala., March I.-The
trustees of the University of Alabama.
through their attorneys, have filed a
bill iun te chancery court here seeking
to have set aside and.declared null and
voia the recent apparent sale of 4.480
acres of university lands located in
Walker county to the Sios-Sheftfield
S.eel and rn n company, which sale was
made la-t *eptember on recommienda-
tion ort Governor Johnston. The suit is
brouiht: in accordance, with the de-
teruiination of tue trustees reached at
a subsequent meeting at which a num-
ber of trustees declared that the sale
bad been originally authorized under a
misapprh.ni'icn of the facts both as to
the :rgolarity of the transaction and
the price, $12 50 per acre, which, it was
declared, was too small. The bill sets
up that the sale is null because the
meeting : o the trustees which sought
to aurbthorize it was irregularly called.
the call beint signed by the governor's
I.Lretary and not by the governor.

BEST OF ALL


To --le:ini the .y-tein in a gt-i'le
a;inidtriilv lhern, tlcial inanini-r, whIieit
thtt prtint:iiu.' coins uA the true'
and peritct rem-edy. Syrip of F-i -.
Buy the- giniuiin. Mlaiuf; )ctira-l bi"
tlh ('a1 lt'r'nia l-'Fi tSyrup Coi ,inl .
:t itl l l -ilt- le-y aill druggi-t-, a'.l ,-
I*, ti t I r t, ttl,.

iliiding the Distilllries.
CANTOs. Ga. March 1.-Deputy Col-
lector A. J. Spence and Depuly Marshal
W. B. Lursett have been playing havoc
aniong ithe ilcit distillers in this sec-
tion. Up in the McFariand settlement
Lney cut down 40 tuash tubs atfd doe-
s'royed about 2,000 gallons of beer. At
one place they captured an Wt0-gailon
still, cap and worm, but at each of three
other places the still had been pulled
out, leaving tue tubs They also found
at ini place a "tflag" stand and a
itinuiper" keg. By the use of the
"tiilumper" whisky can be inore quickly
made anud renioved than by tue old
pr''ces4-, and thus it is that the officers
are -a,, often "just too late." In the
Sanit neighborhood they destroyed about
l.- .o gtlions of beer and two very large
vat- No arrests were made at either
p!:ho.,
L4u ilain lLand ilil a-ILl.
N.iv O.ti.VANs, March L.-One of the
ninit iiuipt)rtaut tran-actions in tiaiber
iauds whicu has taken place in this
p'r; of the country for tome time was
recorded yesterday. when 40.U00 acres
01 loni leaf yellow pine in Pike and
.at iu (ion aies., Mil- changed hands.
iiie land b-iounred to A. L and E W.
.qnuire of fir.nt. Mich., who located it
tritn tue U' t.ed States government in
i'-si. 'The purchaser of the property,
watr!: it is estiuatod will cat between
1' oi.)t0.(000 and AW0,,CO.0O0 teet. was the
Eno,,'b Lumberand Manufacturing com-
pany ot Jackson. Miss The land lies
in Pike and Marion counties, and the
timber will be manutactured at the
mills of the company at Fernwood, ad-
jacent.

WV- have saved inantiy ilort,-r bil!-
inCore wv beintin u- iitz ('hambirillrliirn'-
('aiig'li e-m-. dv" iln ,il hintiie. \\'e
ko-p a lttl oppni all ith ti':i, ;iljd
whti-'aivi'e-vay i f miy fainti'y Ir niI-
-alf la-.l-in to -it tii w '- liiah i iVt- tim y, ail tn at- i r'-
tillt w ti-v .r !a;v t, 'fti Nt\':;iy fr
*i i4c1 'tor i tll llirnr it a rcf 11. for ('Chaiiile,-; laiill'-< ( i'oi li Rl-in-
o-di never fail- toi cure. It i- ca-r-
S-.ini!\' v : inldicit'- o)f irra;>* nmi rit aid
w,1rt-h.-D. S. MEAItK' I:. ( ; i- ral
Mli-rchanit and Farmner. Maittie. ld-
frdtl iounity. Pa. F r ale-l by II H i-
inah t H:., 'l Smiuth Palafox -tret-t.

Don't buy anything in
furniture or house furnis.ih-
inds until you hare seen
Marston 4 Finch's stock.
Their prices are low: their
stock is complete, and theni


CASE O F SENATOR t) 'AV


A Strong Sentiment In His Fa-
vor Manifest.


A (t.N) Tl'rT lTION.AL tU:T)llON.


Iai r I't-rl.,nnil 'pll i l:a ri I y n Stron ta
la-'tt or Si :i;l:i:r i Ia -t It tr'en'.itld.
'lonia:ai.i aaiii I'or o (naft-emtd--to-
rie i lonl:l ih. i \ <-a.t.
\".' .1 \'I,,'.. M iin -h 2. -> *i* .,.i.
If tilh \',-I lI.i!>i n I.'- I '.'- 1k uti l:1;,.;:
ti ll t1, 0 ::i.Q tl ** ; an: lli tc: tllall. '-
l a til l Il' ;lpl ;:.1 ',1:1 t l.il tlif' 'ii .it- i ist
absoul t l)o ire%\ i'.f.' it-ilf taml .iiAt S ai.;tiitr
Qllay ot il tht' llapp ii itn iltmnt of tit- igui
ternrl. Tlh \\ttoull I a IIimost int-re'stl
iug spl.tl:cw!v. as tlie M'i:tte lprilhes
itst-lf poll its trailitions iiand adhifr'-uce
to lpr'cedetts. it must be acknowl-
edg, cantid ail whlic'i may be carried out
when a aote' is reach-ld is due largely
to t i.' sit roang lrsonlii friendship
t lih se'uaitot havte for Mr. Quay.
Althioighi it i- vhiolly a cmni.sltituitlonal
ilue's-liou. it iinest bet alinltill that po-
litical and lersl'tiiil fcatl:'cs Iht av e un-
t-reld iln toli-' settl-liie ilnin ,of v.-ry Case
of thlii kini in tith pfo ti t-li years. lIu
fact thi' lirs; c;'s:, ituat lia. airisrn late-
ly wais in lI'. .;. %\t'i",.i I.;I' Mai tl was
appointed ll lauitei .Mii4i;iai:i. It va;s ;;igi --
-i.a!ly ui nl,'.v;- oi- i l Ih i tlt .i h lit h ilvu r
qilIu :.tioti lii!litii'il t ivote'v-i iuoli f r aami
a;gainlst Mantle. Thei' ;';l l.lnvi lanat
Ihlit thte aili'.i l-ihn i f 31 autl \\ ouill
addll tlhrei'et ilvt,' \>le's l.ti ;lt >.aliill
really ht'calil thI Il ;i-a ;.;' t i t liimn.
ill thie (iorliftt 'lall ii is v,.ll kl.no)\V
I ll: thll p ri'ls"t 'ial [lpoltl: ti iV >of1" .lInill
II. M itl hi ll 0ilt anl i!llpw tiltaiil tl i lr ill
Itll. Volt st Ita;l l l :I ; t;, ;l -i
;,,ilt'.l v,!ilh th I,,T .,o:i.il iptil.iiity
. ohf tli iy iiilu '1 Le a,.I'. lfm l.mm1 .
A State of (onte-;sts.
S;: *:ii.iiig of r tt' 3c1:i:nllh : i' ;0 :iii)l
i :1 I" il' f. i i ltit iin i" I- r.' f .a i-r t '-r
of :l:i l !.. a ,)l M lm'ta l iail i l. liA ll ,l i: -
i 'ni i 1 i;i -tat ii i( I i-il ,1: : ',. ; 'l' "V ,-I

*1.'. I i'n :-, th, itt. l'h i lt- .- ':id-t
l 'a '! '. l t1 l ; i ;,' It i, l i- ti lt i f Iiil-
I ln ,i I r .it'! ,t I .. :i .s
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.- i i ,t I ir. '. ,l- i .'.v I ll t ilti
:ia a 'i'. \ at, ; l, t, i l h !i i' a ."-',a s i'i lhiv
'Li.-l:i '''r ~\ t is in d i~ot'. i-' tr in ii
'!.' ,., :jit*l anr -:,ni' l lth ir .t!:tlis is.
tir ;i,;.i.. -:,'nt \s il!i.tI n [' itr lars
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\\ .-,' ;!t is ntiw iv .'ll, ro.lversy.
"1"" \ '. t aitii, :i I :i .t"!all t i t 'ltfo ivr
i!i' .<;;.'.. in i li sIil- ll ,at. kr i a: l it wif i.
lii::t l!1; I. a ,i bi y :l; si:'-i t ;. :;'y vt *.'.
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lui'ltil"li ;;ie 'e '-t 1 li I i. ir i"vI I I;ins. Tl h>''
ltii';je 'ity. ne 1 S.-l-t ';t-a s ii l Il'!'' \vrt'e'a
s.':t;i '!. m: !,':- I 'l \v a t t 'V'n of f yo'ni -,. "nid .i a' t e I\p.n .'a' :i 'f n iis
if i 'a 'l l 1d:. -! 'ivf il.'a lli k -w i.i- rrl- ii
'11:. -t ,o rt ,-til .- il;to.. 'l"i .- a. 1. '-
'a I i :i;it -a !-l,'!ln i 'a' ai i ]i'..! ' -'-.
aii t it l t '*i--!' t of c itt lr' ll. "y Itp 1 -.'1
S 'i:i Nor i<'li K :i llri ot for lhy
thl I > ;l n r:-;its. r, n th -li.i l i :':o
jll l l t ;i le 'if l rl" :- I- i '>
M nite'rl ni l d a'ft,'r a hlo fn ils.: -o 11a i,'
+'llii \u ils r -ji> a-l :'-- Nn w\- l: a w- 'h : th
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f- i 'tota i ll '.'In a it, li i fI 'i ia <' <>n
"i l:i 'h ii ilt t a t i ilv t"''i if'' 'e" a;i;t i
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4'f 1:1.'i iI tIh '\,. li!,' n,i st of the uwtn
ln ii.r \te a :it l:ti timi '. vwere' the kind
thi it I tilh .lmntI n.i k ;anil were d -'
e .,l!i\ ;:i"rl. -, i i t i.- m matter of life."
Ilia W e p'wern Storhl '.
i ain. : i; i tat I dI riot like.
t.)i k l.1 ;.' vIt'l tm;' Al ini. ;idlot ts." re
hIl ;! 1 t' | W:lt :1 1IIa "I,, ''f S41ll4
!i,'-r ,;i t1 li r' |>:>rti "';. io rast ia
tl !,; i' l- l Ti1r jI llntilh it t of ilm y *tlt
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I ;i l. t !" ;i I !'lt T i: t \;.i i t iit i tt f i a'.
of l li til t' i:W-! l1t!: h ig prairie fir1:y




th e i r in thei il- is the sat-, kind of grass. probably.
th::t novers the velilt in Stith Afrisa.
which th e Plts Iburn for ae iln a part
of ibheir warfare against t;renit Britain.-
.A 1:illt A WV. lwUdv.

Working Night ar.d Day
The busiest and mightiest little
thing that ever wa made in Dr.
King'.s New Life Pill-.. Every pill lt,
a susar-coated globule of health, that
changes weakness into trenit*h, 11is-
les,.neas into eneriry, brain-fag into
mental power. Tlhey're wonderful
in building up the health. Only 26c
pier box. Sold by W. A. D'Alemw

s-*',, I r it s -,,& th,.ret iPoo tflh .
S. l'. t l.iila t<. M1roon 1.-The Ex-
ityniu-i'r Patsi: ts r ge Crocker tias re.
sioniiu as director ant second vice epr.ii
dent of the 'outherun l'aPuetf comply
and president of the iutiern Pacific of
Cabirftrfa Mr Crocker, wbo is now
In New lrkfarraor rniin;gti o .o on a tour
of E urlope ..at seat a it-iugran toheis
city. %Titll!u nuis resignation. This act
on lii: s part niatt resi tliat ail the ateria
of ttl, cntraor b-tween she speyqer
and Crt.Akers or the purenaseof the
latter's Southern Piafile sftockh-diaer,
by the former. have barn folly com-
plied with. His succes-or as outbera
Pauific director is to i~ Mtr. Juhn W.
Mackay.
r>lpli.x -s t" Ioren-'*.
J:. Ia:r ( c:.a C., March I -Secretary
fvauns o the state Wuari uof health has
jus returned fr,>m VWliamsbobrg
(unlty. where he alis bnT iunvtts!gaisting
tle siUa.lipox ourtbreak Dr. Evansayse
that tue luiection came from Bamberg.
About ".0 cases had been wound in Wil-
liaimsburv county, bu all of them bha
beeu put uuner strirt quaraiittAuse wii
guards in charge. He thinks tha uno
further spread need be feared, as he
lets the vace.nators lt work in the
whole section.

Stram-r Westov-r Dnmberd.
PniL.ADI.tHiA,March 1.-Tie steamer
Westover. from JacktonviAll. for Inis
city, was seriously itumagted this morn-
Ing by collision with one of the arosle
lea pier in the Delaware river at Mar*
cu, Hook. The weather was very thick
at the ijiiI Hter entire bow. about
three feet above thl water. was cout-
petery itirn awar The co1 lisiou balk
head bavCd her troh tini nlg.

'niv i*-*** **of Kish l ** zl intoll.
CHICA;(O. Marchi l.-Fonmer Banker
E. S Dreyer was tound guity roday of
witblh,4ing from his nsuccessor ia treas-
urer i;li;.000 of the West PArk it under.
The jury flied the punishment ast T


F-'r "a clkar coipillexion, bright
-p.rkling eve aird viv',roi-t ,Idisro
inor, tak *RI'ou.V .M'I lrTaItTS.
It pt*'t tie* sy-'ia-n int p-i fct (,rd'-r.
Sold by H iianah Ilr<-.

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


I-A FEltv lIlII jp


-It


II


ma Ii.
ILIr


c.f l:;';tt' '. t th-i' ." .' aa-4 i n a
r j ..- jr;,'ini fl!i:,l in i -,toire i,4
.-il.-i.'uy r-ure-. l'ir,( firii;:-a mean at
-;,---fdy recovryV. P,,,i drugs inl.im
;i r-l;Iap--<. ",*t wa! th!e be-iet. Lot
u- fill your prescription. atid no:)ply
other in.dicines. 'W. 'T. < f.r-..n A '.
"T hek P rt ,,m ri, n tiy n n r .i.r . ... "' 7 4 -


An-

Makes thefood more delicious and wholesome
NOVWi i=mm POwOC CO... e iOmLJ


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THE DAILY WEW8: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 2, 1900.


EMPLOYMENT OFFIlE.
Ring up :82 or call at the office.
11 North Palafox street, when in
need of a carpenter. B. D. Hoffman.
BRuiness Aierit of the Carpente-r'
and Joit.ners' ni n. will furnii-h you
with the desired liIlp on short no-
tice. '25otf


GAS


RANGES


LADYSMITH


IS RELIEVED


Dundcnald and a Composite
Regiment Occupy LGng
Beleaguered City.

PIVOTAL EVE!TT OF WAR

ClemIenles Occupies Cb-rg-Buller
1is 3l1uvi'g nes Neithli.rp*--loerr Are
Itepuli,-d at 31fs kernt, After a S#-
vere Strui:gle, Wii1 HlieiMvy Litevs.
All lGre at IBriateli 31a d Witlh Joy.
Blusinee bnuspe@-d.el, Siores Ciosed,
echouoe T.ikingx it Vcatiorl, Bell
Chialilmleg, i.iuni Iousi:gr, Fllegs Fly
Inge, *ed Jubilation LUuprecedeated
In History of Encgtnl.nd.
LONDON, March 1.-The war office has
received the following dispatch from
generall Builer:
".LY iATlTO. 'sHEADQUARTERS, March
i.-General Dandonald. with the Natal


All Connected
Ready for Use
for...


$13.00!



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.


bgp : US In aTial.


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PEIICOAI GS C


No. 3 S. Palafox Street.


James Hughes'


Boiler Uforks8


Steamboat and Sawmill
Work a Specialty.

:s*aui H)ilnr'. Tink- an1d lShi-t Iron
W ork M.:aliiliUt r(al and IR --
pair-ed. Pi;'F- -it:rign t,
All Kand-.
Si9 to 813 SomL Palafox Strettl
P. 4 s. B i i l. '*-:. p1loi !,..


rEN 4A('(OJ.A.


FALON1)A.X


THE HEIME ACADEMY OF MUSIC,
No. S N'rt' ;'info\ ,tr..t.
MiSS EVELENE M. HEINE. Principal.
MISS IDA PIAGGIO. Assistant.
V% e*' a Ui r". \ .' j. ; a: I'miHi". I p-.,
frysitli H It le- i l;t*(r. ; .trnl Mitia; i tl;,.
-
Best Patent Flour.
Our Br'vt -,d ,:o',,t lal
Patentf ifs thesi t h,.. ur thiaf
cai be p"'rod uc/ blb (. n 1

ForfetA.fe .1ti /.s one i 0f
the best Breal'fast Food on
te market.
.411 made by The 0. E.
Standard .afiI Co. and fr,r
sale byI ew Orleans (;ro-
cery Co.
,.riS. ..I'HIUGII.
Phone 105. Proprietor.


1WYRH rAL PILLS


LORD I t'N DONALD.
Carbineers and a composite regiment,
entered Ladysmith last night.
"The country between me and Lady-
smith is reported clear of the enemy. 1
am moving on Nelthorpe."
Roberts aiild Kttrch-frnr' Strategy.
LonDON. March 1.-Witle it is gen-
erally realized that Lord Roberts' strat-
egy is mainiv responsible for the relief
of Ladysmith, there is a feeling of anx-
iety leot his plans suffer from the horde
Creneral Buller might let slip into the
Free State Evidently Lord Roberts is
awake to the situation. The signifi-
cance of General Kitchener's presence
at Arundel is not yet explained. But
wherever he goes something is likely to
happen and developments may shortly
show strategic plans as intereqt;ng aq
those which culminated in the defeat of
General Croune.
ioer ReKpulsed at .Mafeking.


LoN.roN. March I.-A special from
Cape Town says that a telegram has
been received there from Mafeking an-
nouncing that the Boers made a severe
and protracted assault on Feb. 27, but
were driven off at all points. The truce
which is usually observed undavs. was
broken on Feb. Is by another fierce at-
tack, but after determined fighting the
Boers were repulsed with a loss of 40
killed and wounded. Tne efenucrs.
who were abie to take advantage of the
shelter of earthworks, lost oniy two
killed and three wounded.
Iloe-rs Re-tre ting.
RII-NU'U ,. March 1.-General C:en-
ents, escorted by a smuidron of Innis-
killings, entered Colesburg this morn-
ing and received a. enthusiastic recep-
tion. The Boers are in full retreat. A
number of their leading men have been
arrested. The inhabitants are well and
not starving. They have suffered manv
indignities at tne hands it the Boers.
btt no violence.


Will N,1c Intervene-.
ruit:;N, Mairch 1 -In rep:y to a ques-
tion the foreign office told the corre.
spondent of the Associated Press that
in spite of newspaper F atements to the
contrary, tieimany neither knows of
any pr.ojrt for uTervemug in South
Africa Lor lnteii.s .such herself.
lio. <. ,n JA.iImetowi.
sTr::K-.'..iT. 'a;'c C 'lony, March 1.
-I he Li ,rq a:n:!t that thebr losses
when Brahant ,':ptnred Jamestown
were "', l:.ieit. :2'3 w. united and 300
Ii-b.Uig.


CASTORIA
For Infants and Children.
The Kind You Have Always Bought

u

i-b -.H A Il%'P FI ZXW i k i t I-t
bi-vti a ,zo L r your iifrit cud ai,:d for
SOLD BY
1) tNNHASsER BRROS.
Peiinsaccela, Fla.

F~l-'E.oU11)AND) GULF LAND) co.
Pj~~s ~Fi.tFL. Feb. 14. 15'
A it tIt: 'tIIA it 1 '~'ed-1 5 el


'Rock=a--Bye Baby
These are sweet wrs but hc:w x'.ch
Fana-:m re~. h used to retar.. it's
::e 7 f- n:-.S .c S-M c : t, *S F:,7en as
I z!zo7!-.e k7:.-~:n emztn --.e7:3 ave
tt-,!- -p;-e7td -,.ch of tn'e ani7 -nc' c-.
L- NI ibher's friendd tz a I- -~t ct tE
anK~d c'ea2- f I
~reta: s-.ra 7,cc- -.ts -tnev r.rn n
ea: ~::-otpa.n. t3ze,.- -F r n --is
-taken :n-ern'aly'. I1'rrna! rened'es
Z* ot.r-. e Co m ore h arm t r ..aj; c i 1f a


womnan is supplied with this sp!end:d l:ni-
ment she need never fear rising or swe:r:g
breasts. morning sickness, or any of tr.e
c scomfors which usually accompany preg-
nancy.
The proprietor cf a large hotel in Tampa.
F:a.. writes: **My wife had an awful t:rme
w.'h her first child. During her second
p.egnancv. Mother's Friend was used and-
tre taby was born easily before the doc:cr-
arr:ved. It's certainly great."
(Get Mother's Friend at the
drug store. $1 per bottle.
THE BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO.,
Atlanta, Ga.
w :', fi our u free .lustratedu bok, hIif..r- l;at,)
is iurn."


The Wiord fine.
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Gr(liad isw sMealchMlls,

i -Ii v-ime.anufacturers vur
CHItE MELeAND wht R ,;it;1 rd aI
KTO1K1)E 1).

I'ationl- (,Inust or theei
eve.ot t'msl %zin YOUtbo., buy 'our Mal
'4t.A-vu t,.d 1fro.nthe 4t Heofn.. i 1aiuii k rur. d.
r 0 ryeetiilG OU ncuAgehi'i. Iul


* CLEMENTS IN COLESBERG.
j Rports RtaiwAy Comminnllestlioo
Ceiar ant ICeiri.rs 1to li.ee-b.r.
LoNDO.-, March I.-The war office
has received the following from Gen-
eral Roberts:
PAALIDEUEKO. Feb 28.-G-(nerai Clem.
ents reports that on hearing Cokl.serg
Junction had been evacuated he sent a
t(,rce to ocnupv L'o esberg Junction and
rode into C ,leibera. where he received
an entbns:a~tic welcome. He secured
a certain amount o: ammunition. ar
rested several rebels and then returned
to R nsberz,.
He reported the railway line clear
and worKing to Lanewalewnan's sloing.
He wii report tomorrow as to the few
culverts wnich bave been b'own up
Coiesaerg and Colesberg Junction are
, held by our troops.
Amn-ricann VI iverslti-s Organ z *.
CHICAOO. March 1. -Representatives
of the leading American universities
have effected an association to be known
as the Asociation of American Univer-
sities. It is for the consideration of
matters of common interest relating to
graduate stuay. The following execu-
tive committee wa elected: President.
Charles W. Eliot of Harvard university;
vice president. Benjamin Ide Wheeler
of the University of California; William
Raney Harper of the University of Chi.
cago, President D. C. Gilman of Johns-
Hopkins university and President Seth
Low of the Columbia university.
l.nd) Burdett-c'oaots.
Iarn,'ss I'i ',l,,t-l'oitts' .sister died
'.,'i4 l]y t!t h 'lr rI,",ilri 'rf. S itu)il iiun
[)pa: l llau:-. Shel \%is s. iiir ti l.:i.Ily
Itlll',l ''tt- '1Iltts l:r1l l" -*V: \ s oue soi)1 .
w lii i- :I rit'i, n. ael;i, li:is a i fa in ily. SIhe
w\ ns !1(i ;ii li \':is '.i I' o tly st Irvivilig is-
ter if t li w I);i (n tq Shlt I.1: riti'd l!t'
litt lt >\. .I::iI'S I iliiinioInd M(ioney in
1IOS,. i Lady Iluri.Iltt-('oiits is lniow tlie
sole rI'pr-sii'tiati\ of thie faiiily (of
Sir Francis Hliuidett.t. I.. fifth baro-
net. which consiitei.d of one sou and
five d;IUllh its.
c a.. O n. .a
Bemr the The Kid You Have Always & ug



Do You Want


for Infants and Children.
The Kind You: Have Always Bought has borne the s:nia-
ture of Chas. H. Fletcher, and hlas beIin made under hi-t
personal supervision for over 30 years. Allow no o) ,e
to deceive you in this. Counterfeits, Imnitations stand
*"Just-a.'-god" art but Experiments, and endanger the
health of Childre-n-Experience against i experiment.

The Kind You Have Always Bought
Bears the Signature of





In Use For Over 30 Years.
Tet Cma .S C esAL VI OM.AT u 8a"Tr. -ers on CrYY


has H. Turner.


+*ARCHITECT*.


--AND--

General Contractor

HlIiildin.g. H'-pairin;,. Mantel and (Gra.ite S. tin.. Pl','it.:'_'. "n \\
and ia- l-'ittrin .
A Complete Plumbing Department under the
Management of E. B. Morey.
f \rr*i-ti I)1-i n-a. E-atimnatto PLat -.ii!l S;.cifi.i"';if.,:- f.r !,
ing of All I: ud-, 'Prepared on Stiirt N.lti.'.-.
S.\ La:irz i and(l Carefully 'el.v.i',,, S .n-k ,*f Fini ..I M ain'. I-. i.
T ilin iir f All Kinds-; Haith Tub.. ('sl,-et aindl I ,n-.hi,,llt .\.;-li .t-. -. a
Hot Wat,-r a td as Fixtures.


:: Telephone No. 345.


---THE

ATTENTION, ihADIESICjiz eneNational
Are you sunburnedili N tol


reaaenea oy neat. norm
-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

q4qqis' f P4q p4oy,
215 South Palafox St.


Indigestion!

I e chi allenge the world
to produce a remedy ceual
to the .Matchless .Min eral
(('tter for the cure of In-
(i/gestion, DIyspepsia and
(illforms of Stomach, Bow-
el Troubles and Skii 1is-
cases. Guaranteed to cure
or money refunded. Cost
only .7 cents a day to use it.
)n e dollar bottle last twen-
Iy days.
For sale by all d('ruiists:
also I' T. Green C('o. 7
S. Palafo.r Street.
OR ADDRESS

W. WI. VILIMNSON,
Greenville. Ala.
Teliionisl F-ronm Jildfg <*as.on.
11<1 h ,N V 1I.|. ,.A li Al& I,. i'.1.1 .
I ak. grr-At pl-afz re ,on r** '-rt ing to thp
imri rl n' irid I h ninIrtiiof WitIlk I ion',.t Match-
,.n \-iti-rail Water. Thin i natural mineirntl
'ifl,, 11ii p*.ronai l knowledge. if-s InKten
ri i t w -'I till e t miie. .-at(t o(f (ireenvill-.
ii1 tih <-') condition n in which it i% old(. I
tiv.- -n this "Mater ustd, with wondvr~iul
s.ucc.',. for dyvp.-p.,ia. Indigestion. sor.
*ye. and for truiptivi- diip'ess.. sores and
u'cerr. in mon and animals. AS a r-meulv
ftr it)j-- trouhile.. I do not believe its
"' ilal xit. It I. highly recommended by
physicians for a number of diseases..
ZELLE (IATO.,
Judge of Probate Court, Butler County.
Alabama.

j CURE YOURSELF:
1 Ir ,h. ,i r f I... I r .!
i rri t it r c..'


OF PENNACIOLA.


L. HILToN (;R-:I-N.


Bank


JOHN F. l'FIKIFIER.
B.M. BUS;HNELL,.
Assr. ('ASiIER.


DIRFCTORtS:
r. F..%vELF t.r. M. FISHER.
K. J.%V.H ,1MI -buttl Er. J & I F.PFEIFER
L. ffILT[nN UREEN.


RIX M. ROBINS EN
MOItHIS BEA I.


A General Banking BusinEss Transacted.

Vegselw' Aceourt lHandled on Favorable Terms, Ex.
Change Bought and Sold, Collections
Promptly Attended To.

A CCO UNTS SOLICITED.



The Star Laundry.,


THEPIOER 11EV T oF IEST FLORIDA!


Care And Attentoijl



(lIi wiry c:arf.- atit Il crd u~ary


hiecotnhilich..iejwoiide'r- i-
t-moii-riaund *jij-.'l v-d.


ALL WORK C. O. D.
TELEPHONE 114. 37 GARDEN ,
S"W'90-'D. CALLED FOR AND DELIVERED FREE.743
WATiKRU INGRAHAM. Manager


ESTABLIuu.usA. 1863.

McKENZIE OERTING & CO.
(* DaALZSaM IN

Ship Ghandlery and General H duiare.
t08 AND a IS. PALAFOX STBIEET.

REVERE COPPER COMPANY, JOHN A. ROEBLING'S MO\ -
GALVANIZED WIRE ROPE, A. RUSSEL & SON' PUM '-
uam, ir t l. ints1. ln, lutsa Inttnmts. SUrts, hmin, lnU
OOMPAm0. LGo. LW.
C McKenzie Oerting Collecting Agent for HBr Pilot.' B-...
ciation.


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


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 2, 1900. 8


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EXPECTANCY.
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I mft'e o .i T n I F


Tlheest Food


for Infants

should have only milk for at
leastthe firstyearoflife. But
thin milk, skimmed milk, will
notnourish. It'sthe milk that i
is rich in cream, or fat, that I
does the work. This is bz- |
cause fat is positively neces-
sary for the growing body.



contains the best fat, in the
form of Cod-Liver Oil, for all
delicate children.
They thrive greatly under its use.
Soon they wigh more, at more.
Splay better andlook better. It's just
the right addition to their regular I
lood. The hypophuphites of lime
nd soda in it are necessary to the
growth and formation of bone and
'teeth. I . I
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efl lnridl .tlt.. "le l. wiha .1 l of vcr for
pO rlon, hte r l:igrants of h' pl.nl befel h

hi her to (lhloroforni b. vi,.tin iuro an
oth al worhlt.
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nmi,i 'rt'iin the (4ilr~i(t.dte(11 1
t Ii;i'%:# -1 -i nlit, eJoutrati.- i-ttat
I.-onto I'k vimro.A-.h. elneeth ie .olinc-k rand
mt. f tmI I e %% ero- to I w fm -n 4.-toIit, 1 t
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noD urr. ~ ii.- i
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v -~ r x tloit -QuicIe b;'ii;4
"S an oud lurig troumib!f-i. It-. mi-i-
wvi; t'r. xeit ciaif-umptljtli'r. I':l--
j -41-.-:vpard mand S, l{ i.n
TO TH IF; PUBICB.l
iv. j fIi roi --e d aol :ufill. '.,t qf
m'lld ktol-if C~il.s.and -a-'li thfeiii at

C!.ocodat.4* Iroips. 21', cetit, per
eUl4taiin Mi xd. 2 potund-; for 2-7
All F11V Y NMixfed ('i tdY. t l,.- bpzt
over brotiiarlt to P,-xiacoia.at 4'm centsi
~-wr polmid. Call and see for y-our-


LONDON'S DAY OF JUBILEE.
A 14r-.zy f I.aohillni Over the
iR'i-ff" f L,.ldstnith.
L-NDON.. March 1.-When the news
of the relief of L3dy-uith became gen-
eraIly known London literally went
wad wirU joy and ibrughout England
the .cenes witzn-sed cave no parailleiin
toe memories o: tais generation
The tent-up jubilation at :he relief
of Kimb.riey could no longer be con-
troilei and with today's crowning tri-
umi.h, the national trait of self restraint
was ILrowu to the winds.
'J he lord mayor of London immedi-
ately telegraphed his congratulations to
Gn-n-rals Wnite aud Buller. When the
q,.en received the newsat Windsor, the
bel.s of the Cur:ew tower of the castle
wr.e run in honor of the event.
II. i S. rinl O J.ubilationI centered the
Manuion iHuU e and oy nuon thousands
o: )persn t bloiKed the iniany aproacnes
;o ::;a; r in ibuiding. It was a dense
biack mavs. -vtupj-ed ci:etllv of busi-
ies illen, ibe iiia'ori'v of th-ni carry-
-rig ii1t:- union "-at:-. Never before
wi. avr"re- -uca a sie of fliigs as today.
S:o :e; broers, bu.taters, clerks and
wt.rKiu tsinen ldamberrd on top and as
toe buses lunimh-red past the historic
buildiu.:. waving flagR, hats and hand.
kerchiets and c.Alling tor cheers for
Builer and Roberts. A mighty snout
answered them frcGm the crowds.
Tue procession became continuous,
yet the crowd never tired of cheering
tue naimei of White, Buller or Roberts.
Grave old financiers waved and yelled
as rrancticaily and as often as the ur-
chins who had clambered the steps, that
Enariand's honor had been saved.
Toe strain mat or 1 1. days had kept
the nation in terrible anxiety was re-
moved. The lord mayor showed him-
seif at a window, out of which hung a
huge flag, and the crowd veiled itself
noar.-e Staid magnates grabbed flar-
ing posters from newsboys and brand-
ished "Ladysmith Relieved" to the roar-
ing throng. All tnonoht of business
was forgotten. Nothing could be done
on the Stock Exchange except sing '"Gol
Lave the Queen" and cheer. Business
at the Baltic wheat market cl;oed at 1
o'clock. No one wanted to trade on
such a day as this. The stores gave
their employes a holiday.
The lord mayor wired Lady Buller:
"My sincerest congratulations on
your gallant husband's achievements. "
He also ordered a holiday for the city
schools Later he answered the de-
mands of the crowd by a speech in
which he said:
'bhe news makes our hearts leap for
joy. We now ate satisfied that our sac-
ritice of blool and treasure is not in
vain."
The stately foreign Ilice so far forgot
itself as to display lirge union jacks
from the window..
Crowds blocked the war office lobbies.
strug.giing to hear for themselves the
glad tiaings and cheering for General
Buller, Lord Dundounid and other be-
rops.
Briefl;, fr-m cn end of the metropo-
lis to the other joy reins supreme.
Bauntin2 was flying everywhere in the
bright March morning, and scarcely an
omnibus pas-ed but bad tied to the
driver's whip a union jack r red, white
and blue streamers.
All over the U i:od K ngdom these
scenes wenr- dp)ioate i. In all the
cities liz and little whistles tooted,
bells ch-i'ed and crowds paraded theo
streets. signingg patriotic sons In the
barlois adl rre vesselss dressed ship. and
at the nmi iary dentots scones of the
wi dert oethusiasi prevailed
At Liverpool. addressing a crowd of
20.wU0 people, the lord mayor said:
"I hb-nk A'.uithty Go.i for the giori-
ous news We have awaited it pa-
tientiy We are satisfied that under
the humane laws and government of
this country, the Boers. in a very abort
time, will be loyal citizens of the Brit-
ish empire."
"I i)d bronchiti, every winter for
years auid no medicxine gave lle per-
manent relief till I began to take
One Minute Cough Cure. I know it
is the best cough medicenie malde."
says J Koontz,Corry, Pa. Itquickly
cures coughs, colds, croup, asthma.
grrippe and throat and lung trouble.
It is the children's favorite rem,-dy.
Cures quickly- Hargis'* Paruniacy.
John Sheppard and S. Kahin.
We will launder your spr'ea(l- for
15 cents each and make them liok
like new. Star Laundry.

late ,Th KindT You hahe Always Baughi
rYtw y


Acme Beer.

THE REST RFI'V -(I,1) IN
I'EN A('(,I.A.


WEAK KIDNEYS nedanCerous Kidneys because they
are favorable to the appea-ance of Bright'S Disease.



IPrickly Ash Bitters

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

IT IS FOUR MEDICINES IN ONE. A SYSTEM TONIC PAR-EXCELLECE.

RI3CE $I.00 PER BOTTLE. PREPARED BY PRICKLY ASH BITTERS CO.
SOLD BY A I.. DRUGGIST.


T IEJA.1T.A.ZI 2 OM.. O81ocia.l Ageoxz.t.

THE ORIGIN AL X AM


ST. LM


A. B. C.


BEER.


J. VIDA, Sole Wholesaler.

/ 1180 I18ISKIES. BRIDIES WINES. IMPORTED IND DOMESTIC
hPani Jones and Echo Sprinis Celebratcd Wlislies.
M 1 HNTRY I BOITLE OF CELERY TOIIC.
PHONE 154. : : : : P. 0. BOX 587.
JUG & FAMILY TRADE SOLICITED
Free Delivery to Any Part of the City.
-,i A C All orders left at The Office, Vidal & tmith, will to carefully
attended to.



o-PROPRIKTOR OF--

CRONIeS S hLOON
o--DEALER I.N-o

Imported and Domestic Wines, Liquors and Cigars.
JUG TRADE A SPECIALTY.


Coi ner Relmont and Devilliera Sts.


PENRACOLA. FLA


H. H. WICKE,


Plumber, Gas and Steam Fitter,

No. & South Palafox Street.
All Kinds o. Plumbing and Oa, Fittfngs Materials Kept -n Hard


YELEPHO0WO Rwi


DUNN'S


HOTEL


ON EUROPEAN PLAW.


R5stauvant Attached, Open Day and $ight.
OYSTERS, FISH AND GAME OF ALL MIfNDS IN SEASON.

Special Orders at Any Hour.
RATES:-From $1.00 to $1.5o per Day. iLODGING:
.1.n anil 51 S. South Palafox Street. Pensacola. Florida. ? 25 and 50c

'IMxB TARTAR.

LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD.
IN EFFECT JANI A RY' 27. WOO.
N,.. ;. No. 2. No. 1. No. 3.
1H:It noon 11 :- p In Leave Pensacola .....A riv., 4:15 p in ma: m am
2: I.p m 12:.5i night Arrive ...lomaton Arrive 2:45 p in 2.X)5a iI
1:12 p i) ; 3:0t:a nm Arrve ..... Mobile ..Arrive l2:: rKnoon 1'2: ) night
':;ip ) m 7:4) a in Arrive New orleans Arriv 7 a 1n 7 :45p im
6:04) p in I;:o a Im Arrive .. Montomnery Arrive 11 :2 a ni '130 p mI
'. :. i a in 7:10 pm Arrive .Nah-iville Arrive* 2:21 a in : n:ll a nII
12:''5 no) n :::) a m Arrive Loui-vill Arrive :12' p m : ." a n
4 :) p in 7:1n6 a m Arrive ('Vncinetti tLeav S 6:4) pin 1II p nI

BET w.&N PENSACOLA AND JACKSONVILLE.

No. '. No.3. No. 2. No. 22.
I I .initht 7:i am ...a.. Penfsacola 11l:4 p in e.:. p m
12:5Mnigbt 7:; an Milton lo10:2 un I:-i p In
4:iCi a in : a 2ani Del'uiilak spring i M:ii p i n :4" p m
,;:4t>ft ti li::N a in .... I hipley ,:'i3 p in 12:57 p ni
7: I : m i I : l-i a l Mariainna i't p i ln 2.1'i noon
s a iIi t ) :i'; noon River J function .'5::.I1in :'n 10:) a in


I: pD m
7 :25' p in


* l'ilAhAstree


:;. p m
!6:20) a m


JOHN NICHOLAS'


? Smoke DURHAM Ci-
gars at D'Alemberte's.

-5 Furniture on Credit


---- ..~. ..


Three Reialar
Meals Tach DNY


"iit'Ib.qlat, mqt, q-,-q-


.Mo-t beautiful liti.- of -ih- bhoards
*>vtr shown in tih- city. Wa.rdiobes.
with glass doors off e-very -descrip-
rion, from the cheappest to the flne-t.
Roll-top secretary ca.-- elegantly
finished, a fine line of china closets.
and everything contained in a first-
claas9 furniture store at 0. M. Pryor'-
Bargain Furniture House.


LODGE DIRECTORY

KNIGHTS OF r ArmUAS..
Pensacola Ilodge, No. 3. K. of P,
meets every Mofday sea-
iug at 7:30. at CastleHa11.
in lutebinson ball. Woes
/ Intendencia street.
^^t'sVisiting brethren cordally
Co^C knW welcomed.
H.J JiDEvi iP.
H. HORMLKt. C. C.
..KK. .& M.
W. 0. W.
Live Oak Camp No. I Wo4m man of the
World.
Moetq flrst and third Friday night In
each month. Visiting twovreigns cordi-
ally invited. W. W. W. WATIOW.
S. I. TIAM sI. Clerk. C.C.

CHAS. COTTRELL,
Artistic Photographer,
ROOM 3. FIMHERt BI'llDING.
204'. SOUTH PALAFIOX STtRET.
latisifaction *iiarantet- In Every Par-
ticulair.


HINGBIR BROS. CO.,


WnLEn e. cum,


Palafox Street,
Pensacola. Florida.


-IN-


R~eal


Estate.


$1000 will buy liii acres of land nortfs

$200011n I t
of tbecity and we.t of Uouldig.
$2000 will buh s, acres a $3000w111 buy four iit solid block*
$300 and a prat1 sev-n room bouse
This property Is in New Lity.
f will buy 7:5i acres between Bil
0W VW Bayou and Little Hayou. This
property lias water front on the bay: atls
on Big Bayou and Little Bayou.
$5000 will buy one of the best rest-
dene0d-nce on West Hill. situated
on street car lin-. has i0 rooms and all mood-
-rn conveiicences.
will huy lot with I'V ft fronton
$WO Palafox street. mouth of ;.rpg.
ory. This can be imme-diately utilized for
business purposes.
1 f will buy lot with 2 ft front on
S$7000regorv and .;9i ft t-ont on Al-
caniz and 11.2 ft front on Wright. ThiT
property has nice cittagt', on it, and tIberris
plenty of room to build a dozen houses more.
$8000 will huya hamisdomn residence
pWF on vast (Gr.gKm y t tw-wetn Palia-
fox and Tarragoua strpoet%.
$9000 will I)uv Hi m ,, "ii-re farm wltt-
$ good 'l I u- 'anidl m farn build .
Elegant property flor truck faornsing *ad
dairy purp', e4. Thi ljla."- 1, j :.ot outside
the city Ilimilts.
$10 0 0will biv a lt Ii t 1'- b tiin h en
$10000 part of thli- t w(h i 11I' feeS
front.


IR estaiur.Xa zt, J. E. Stillman & Co.,


305 N. TARRAGON STREET.
O)PPfOMITE II IN IPi'T.


Dannleissvr Bros., IDeals at All Hours.


AGENTS.

Mso Sold by M. PC:ry ari u Ytcs,

The Jug Trade

Is Our Specialty.-- -
Prompt Delivery ai..-I ms ti-faction
Guaranteed.

Dannheisser Bros,


4tl South Palafox St.,


lj'A Complet, Stock of Fruit-. Nut,. (4
Con-t.tiitly on Hand.


Finest Oysters for Family


LIast Side of Plaza.


Open Day and Night.K

S' Kodol


TT-a- a- im sal w


JOHN McDAVID, H. A. W ERS,

REAL ESTATE AND BOKERACE.B
,Btcher and Green Grocer.
CITY PROPERTY. FARMING PONE 172
PHONE 172
AND TIMBER LANDS Fres- Tletnease and Native Meats,.
FOR SALE. Chickens and Country
*Pe.-u. ,i, rl,.ai ,.


Dyspepsia Cure.
Digests what you eat.
It artifilclallyd. gest, t he food andald
Nature in strengthening and recon-
structing the exhausted digestive or.
gans. It lsthelatest discovered digest.
ant and tonic. No other preparation
can approach it in efficiency. It la-
Itantly relieve and permanently ueya
Dyspepsla, Indigestion, Heartbwm,
Flatulence, Sour Stomacb, Na
SickHeadache,Gatralga,Crampa,am


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THE OYSTER SEASON.
The oyster in his bed of oose.
Waked with a start from his hammer
snooze.
..Pone his shell. and !etd. with a yaws:
ear that our season of safety is %one.
For my pleasant dreams were disturbtd by
tbe jar
That is always caused by the letter R.
And I know by the keel of that btdeos~
sloop
That some of us shortly wi:l h! in the wop*"
And so they win. for the sloop was
filled with the finest and fattest.
This sloop was sent out by Nick
Apostle and these choice oysters are
now for sale. done or raw, ready to
chaw, at his restaurant. You can
get them by the plate, dozen, hun-
dred, barrel. dray load, wagon load
or car load. Owing to the rush 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.

CALL AND INSPECT
The Large and Complete
Line of Iron and Brass
BIEDSTEAlD ait
The Escambiia Fnrnitnre Company's.

Five Thousand Rolls
of Wall Piap)er in stock, all of thela-
rtvt pattern-, adil niore cominir.
Prices fu'in .iS to $1.7.5 per roll, J. E.
R.,- & Co., N,,. !1 N. Palafox,
Phoni e :,','. 24f-tf


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 2, 1900.


Sb:)ard. Hi friends announce his Aill
O A N S OTES candidacy in this -ue. PECULIAR ROMANCE
O' IE~ OTE Mrrs. M. P. Bonifiv returned ye CU-
terday from New Orfleans. where she IM !EW LDI E I
alpent serverraI'-r. |I IIrolln U L N ciVUItl lILI V ll
I, n r .. t ',,iv d , Therewa no I .l, rtim atthleCnham-
.... ,,,. her of Conmmerce li-t ight. hetlce no C a o ,, rs DA
.. ..,. .....'' ", "m -ti1. A p-,.i -- i-ti: .a Bogus Captain of Battleship Ai.Arr isi DAY
b)- n called for ii-xt Tu.--day nizh'
Makes a Scene. OF TH'L -m)
I 1; Waillia oft W e-tvill i a; D)o:t fail to h1ea1, !',;a i i;n Jlnes'
-' ti e.1 M -t'ii.aait-. lecture "'Under Fir!-' ;at t!. opra I
.; ,. .;r:-r ,,f New Or,-a- -;- u-;w e all thl;itgh the war wi IaiilWANTED BODY OF COLSON
-.,; ti-. lt..b-callbiL. if.. battlp-hip "T.xa. ai;inBd was LO BIA IB TAUA
S \. ,I.,.. Jr l i.:, it ti. E-taiii. bi'. Adir. i-ioi C iht-: r --rve-d Pop lar oua.. L dy of C einnt
,..,,-t;; and -'A ,.a-lat- (. t,, b,,,k Aaturdayaii'Aor Ma ch
AM '.lli-i r.tiirld hiome ,:er- -t,,.. for the -nai-fi" ,,f all the After Two itdys' Courtship-rob- rday, arch 3.
a wti!a noon lfrom New <()rltna-. chiurcho-s and charitah! :i-titttion- eab y ln-aur.
"1;:-- JHn-rleP Quin:t rtlurn.d ye-- *to city. INLW Or.Lrass, March 1 -A romance
Sw Vnrvlille to locoporate. that may ndve tragic consequences de- ~'4-! ODER OF E RCISES *4
n,--,. T. F. V-t tof Miltal andi Mc(:o, March l.-Atout Let citizens veloped here today. An excited young Il:t.--"be world Buildera." Illustrated:
.. ,..Ca kill of Freeport arTe :n-t- of Viaeville have flied a petition in the man drove to the head of Caunal street i'ro. H. H. cards Tbe Maicianti ot
a- --catairl.. m tice); Howarao Starrett. Ventril.
t. superior court asking that a tract of accompanied by an undertaker and a oauist.
T! .-#*wilb. a eitin 4)f t!.e land, consisting of about 18 acre, be coffin, lie frantically cried for a boat ::P-l'romenadeConcert: Rogers'ioshen
1k ti-I Itliocrativc 4lubt it ud hn ft hrtayi fr bteild.
", .ck to-niht b incorporated under the name of "The to tae him to the battleship Texas. :t::0-C(:hildren' lour: Tableau Vivani:
Wiilangbam Mills." Judge Felton isn l d Picturewt.ue aItaie Eff cts inier the
I: .o'ild atl D.I)W.Car t a p ,I.t not in the city. and it i not known aySing he ws- Captain Clar and in dirctionon Mr.byraukStayton brhomp-
-t. L.oau-,al -ai.ag.theegut--at what will be done. It is expected comad. rant, he Unrvalledi haracer Artist
Merchan:- to-day. however, that objections to the petition A boat was obtained and "Captain and M. Levant Davis. laryt.'ne Soioist.
"will be fled. It is thought the ptitiOn I Ciark" was rowed out. He got aboard --boders of Water," (Start i g exp, r -
'T ('hri a;l ii.' ltok,-l t" tall-; was filed to thwart the annexation minent.j Prof. H.V.a tit inard-.
ar at t ie opera houe. sI.oon wit movement. sathei warship, introduced himself and agents. Profd. H. V. Riwhard .
.fif l-:-lr in ttf' ca-t. said that he bad come for the body or :t-.ng iestu-s. rewoksaftr te
*, travli,.r s a-ii: fA ew Yior-i itruys Proprty. Lieutenant Coison, who died on the
,.inL I-r. l. trav'lin i.,li* f Ira OcAI.A.Fl., March 1.-A New Yorker ship. The cficers of the Texas imme.-
a.t ta t l. ,has purchased from Hon. William P. iately siz im u pascraay aul sent A Grand Combination
,,Hailey property in T;m t -and Ocal. ,him, .
T d. and ight erce i- of tiiaaley property in Tam1 and Ocl It d velopi that "Captain Clark" had -i_ f T--
".- ,i arild ,t ,,rc,- *,'..l The sale here includes half of the Union married a beaut>:ul young lady from -1 Of Talent.z ,,
S..ll,.n' ..t. ;t +ntm' .! :.I ,*i ,1 block and the two 1-story brick stores Cincinnati here after a connle of days'
on the corner of Main and Ocklawaha courtshio. The bride is Miss Bertha
< "I A. A. I .! .I ..:.. avenue,;also a farm of several hundred Warten. She came here with her VARIED,
.. l ", -nalli-Ia.. t i :' *. :tcres, formerly known as the -'Jeffords brother-in-law. A ex Aronson of Ci1.- PICTURESl QIU-E,
- iu-t I ;- -- .., .%i1. 1 '. 1 ,l: pace. Tue price paid wa .$21,000. cinoa:i. and Mrs. Aronson. H
I V . Irtl:n. . ... i Captain Clark became la-f.i:ated with H UMOROU'i,.
S,,,. *' \\ ',l i, it -il, i.\. h .t r h .-... poi n. M iss WVarten and sent a card to lier and DIRAMA ATIC.
S ,i t. 1 f, l-c i.. l.a t1.1- ,, 1 ai 1 '! Y. Cal., March i -Professor room telling her e was in coniand (if Prof.
};it:a:d Moses was last night hastily thel httlesip anud de:.ird to meet her Strtlin. Fxperiints )y Prol
:it! -,h o a- IMr,. Ar n 1,,1 :.t biy i up Crark, e- Rie:llardl s, the- Malgiciall of cieclil'.
*ie !i .'l ** :reA I at el to Wa-h gttion by a tele- rdthe yon and a Vund f Humor by Starr.tt.
.\ (I; .. -. A ,-i.. .. ._ : 'r :: -aator Pert;l:s to consult co i,. were bruglt rt S i:. ,-- it, .\lar,i di ,.- -. i .Mt K'iiey in regard to o'l;ocl they .- w re niai rei i.
:- .. i,:i n uent upon tio Mr. Arons4,,a .earnuin o': Ci:.rk's ex-
..i f .j m "anom i aind th plo( m. an :hve ,-.it;,u a .i Sar .-ei
1 . after %% itlti--- itt I : -',. p ...a.o l tt, t tl,.a' '- .tni crhV i n ht.i" Ut n ,,2t-u
a. . ... ..... .. tr. r. capitol. himset that tL- man was either in-ani I l V


t n., iie-d ; t It mei i i t'-- e rd i ad v \ I.,
S.:.-. .rca 1 I
\I M.r-. M. L. Roch re-tuimnr I it;--. -: i-.; East 'Tl-nn.ss-t
I- Ilu-rilllM fr 1 New iOr'- ,.. a-. ti, al.ns LA.- l.ecn
-it- w itit'---ina tli;-- .1t0adi
S- l ..: :.i-'; ,:i '. cL ty -arcti i
c'M .-.U. u. w.. i 'fe Uecleat j;,)t
1. Mc('rearry anid Mr-. WV. ioir suini-.itr ai.d itui rae-i'
. n-i r.-timliil %ye-'t-trai a- v fte. .oint- ,oa tue tin-ist bo dc-d ,st
.I;i Ni-w Or(laii- whr,- tli-v tate win 1te un these ira< ks.
:,i tife carnival.l .
t,'. l aika- ot E+.v. i..sv'ile Jii .,
I )aI%-t 11terd ;v.l i aeo.t.#l < 't 1. N A, S.C.. .March 1
\N. t Ir e t rftu.4 aiill I, !.Uj-. !zed at $1JU00,(0. to market
S' Mr-. VWin. i;ilt ( :,illey stone around Carthage. N
iatav r.turne-ld line e-t*-i- Setaboard Air Line The o
: il N- w Orlt-al-, aite-r wit- J. H ,Jackiimon. Augusta; C
'Mardi Gra.- alrnivial. Il Washington. D C.. and
S. '' Ka-ltei f iatt-ry Daa.ey, BLnuett-svilie, r. C.
Sit la at'c(a-. Wht tlo- h-enA o Mor. ( in aIllf.
\ inilla touei through dilff-rent 1R0..tvia., March l.-The
; tir-t I ,.. titei. l. r,-tuirni l ch:irtered the Capelst ('otton
: *. oraili l .
Trov. with authorized capital
!' ,:.ni,- 1i Jul:i-ki. T<-in.. 1a1id ; Tris is the eighth mill char
'. alil t l,otii'.vil.-, Ky.. b.thli nurth, rue others being a
fi. it -t.ock In-ii. are iII thin .1ty Hend-rson, Gatonia, two;
i j:. l -p.' a- 1 -. lliilg 1 -ock ti.. Lexington and pray.
SlRI .atl:.l el the tt ;l i I' llliml.


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I r- I -ta- I I. le
I- c U ,eV I -nl.annt*'ti a.- i a -

I YaI t~i-I. i u- 7j-
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to I' t 1a4'. I C 14141 41114 d-

r, 1 uh;-trh r*# .41, i at. rIia- I t i
i lo, icu.U' ti. arte 1Mr.tt.w0-a

1t- t'ait t4-eul- n,.,jand wsu.t. III I jij
F'-I Ahe liat ,a cranf ft I !I. N S I '


lN gr, t Wuollll iidled.
PI,-t -WI lK, (Ga.., March .--A Bruns-
wick and Western train kiied an o:i
necro wonta;n near Ilayes March. Her
bodvy wa- horrilt.y ivuangled.

Who is Rader ?


Representa-
: iFair and


or an inl1. o-ter. Detectives were ca.ied,
in, the gro,om ir.iagc-u from his Lbride
and locke- i un a c
The bride is 1 rortratcd.


I .i,. (i to j 1i: ,, l :.<',C Lviihil '.
;',a tin a Ci ,-,N. Aia.. March 1 (M'ers of
11 l< r irtre-'
.r. I liurs. Etowan county hlave reached Anniston
jjl in tue witti L n Snith. the iine;r charged
wirn attemutead assault. at Alabama
miitv. on Miss String,. an ernpioye of the
'" eiag l)vi;i tg0:ot coton miiJ.s. She had gone
.-A corn- to tmwi ::iNl at ., o't'.tick for the day's
re. capital- work, :nd went aiown in the basement
tue brown- for some purro-e, when the negro turned
lont ti.. gas an i advanced upon her.
C on the ei-" wscreamius breoueht several men to
officers are: nor rtacue. ana itth negro tied, Lut was
A Doug- afterward, captured and j.iiled. There
Julius '. was So i nuria texciteiiment that the mill
was shut dlotwn, and danger of lynucnin
caused the ofl,,ers to put the prisoner
SIln a carnia.'e nit drive ;J5w miles through
state has. tue cuuniry to Auniston.
Smnlis,. at
1 $15U.000. h
termedd this C'i.t i'. S. C, 'March I -Leonard
,t Entield, R. Owen',. lorue: deputy postmaster at
:mithtield. Marion, and apt ointe i to the postmnas.
tership several months ago, is under ar-


rest lon the charge of minbezziement.
Tue afiuavit was made by Postoflice
Inspector Moyer. The shortage is said
to be in the thousands. Owens waived
examination, numbers of prominent
Democrats going on his bond. The
affair is inexplicable, as be has borne
an excellent reputation and belongs to
an influential tamiiiy.


Hie's is the Fuirnitu~re ibtfhi't.r'i~1.jt.Jt.
[an. ;\'-'i iJIh0.:;l~ad.-ti


' l :1* a4.11t1't e~ W v :a I -' ve
lu ai I...~- 'I iel.t 'i r t uaP4Itt rf )(itih


(f3J /Ia lso -lrniture.
* liqrstwi Fm-hlhro an'
i /lleiixe,;o--I,-IA'gr you to se-

it to y~ou on Pm)1a ti fie (III


The best 5 cent Cigar
on the market is the
DURHAM. Try them at
D'Alemberte's


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


STORE.


All Remnants on hand 18c Matting, 14c yard. 35c Matt
at 10c yard. 25c Matting, 18c yard, while


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'T op Wrd
$7.00


30-inch Rugs, $1.25-New Lot.


Tb.s Larie Aim
ai r,$1.75.


r


ha- Ibeen for Sixteen Yf'ar!4 t h.' i-
I iato-iesting of all saturday


Fl1~~Ior thpltoutiad 7laip
ONLY 50 CNS u IIF [ 1liI t
Ia.rJuilt, hm gandIIntertaaediatf. )'hlahtefl..
113* stw-icail'Ir~a ,.. clta-apt--, t mtu i~..-t PI-.
Iratat-d t~il hVe uitil fetvargS'-

lIIN(;HA31.THE I M PEitSONATORt.

ThI la Idies of tlire Pa Iafox Stireet
`'Tet hod i~t church h havie -ecuared
Binghlam, .America's leading ImonoI~-
logtin' .nterta i nr, for an engagfoIIenlt
to) be giv-en at (Aluter's hall. 'IhTlrs-
day evenin g, March 1. Mr. BiOL'lhiil
kanii Cli-telta iner of national repu ta -
t ion andha~ iis eigag-ment ouigiat to
(draw a crowded hon-;v. A part 'al
thp proceeds will go foir t he benefit
o~f the church.
Admin ;i~aoni Adults.-. oc. t -,chl -
dreii, 25 cenats.
M1illionm Givenl Away.
It i- (1-rtainly -rtttilyinlL' to the
!)tiblic to) knoqw if ioni .-. c'uaern in
the land who tire jobt afraid to III
Lre-ierIohI4to the iaea dy ttid l-Ltjun'i:
Th'le p1-pr~azutua-. jIif 14. Kiui:4 ~Ne-W
DisI.eii'v yfyi (aoI[1uIumtwi, t.( mizhl-
te I_.II iii 11tI.ijaI hot tIes of t 1)'- ,*,
nii.tidiviniii :111d have 4the -:ti-fav-
olli-edltu (i:td~ f hIolt-I. f a
:'tlmai~. IBronuchitis, l foaars-.ai,-s
1111d tall tl-~iietioffTheIlroat, ('hs-t
;itad Liungsi are tinI ly curied 1) it.
gIi-t-. anzd t2't .1 liii' trialI bottiV.
lVt--lair -izv 50vo. :and $I. Everyr
bo~ttli gwiarautits--d, or price' raoftuid .1
NAVAL STORKS MARK~r.
Reported Daily for The News by
Memarie. A. M. Mimes & Cs..

W 0 ........ H...... ,I.. .......S 7
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TI'iC WAT~oN & ('OMPAN* Y.
Reaul E-tale. Inristrsnce -striel I.ensala
A5lrhnl z, Nit I 144011,t] a al* .-% strmer.'
I 'wItIa% -('Sua.I -( lotre! IJig elIar. i
F 'ir~ A I.-t VIa.laa t.


4' a 1. i Il.a aa J ~m f H I,
Ki N t N 0114 as 1'.l
110.,H 111-1., 1 ,l
H.\. a 111-n 1 -rII 1.' ,,I
t I r.a~ u i t I7 a.:I i ,
: taj s. ' ,' I c .

k-, i:k
Nip. -:i- W ni..lat Mt.. iaw r f.I w


ofilcet. a'aeIHalsk
Aung, a24'c yard, -.'-a e;- -ah- -aac
le it la.sts. if;' -ic-i A: -i n r i-t,'-i-tallt'I
Ir-l i tI i -tti lI\-:I It.1!:u1ra hr -t-'r- I-n''r

-t'-a, -7t c,- tuaaPill P1111, is 1 --1 al ir3(... N r
~I~e- I'a:a-t~aa,.. Jreminpt al
u-fl ii t ta at o -f -
aFit 't au-Ph r itifaour ntaa iwi-a- 'rat"a't,) aill
11 poaI II I, W- abA I-..N'N 4
J~eai -i 1 :~i -: i it tn 1 n-


BL" Cases,
$ 5.10.


- - -~ ~ rn ~


Furniture at all Prices.
WV are selling dining roooin tal)l-.
. it bargain p)ric# : .al-o -tov-s. bed-
*pril ;l., anattin s kitclhon -afe. .and
kitclihen cabinet- with brtnad boa;rd-.
elitsts for flour, anid dr.iwTr foer
kitchen nttpn-il! ;and tablewar.-.
Call anid exainlip them at 0. 3I.
Pryor's Bargain Furniture Houze.

FOR BEAUTIFUL RUGS
and Draperies of all-tind-.
ai well 's everything in thj!
Furniture Line. call at


THE PEOPLE'S STORE,


A.


N~


Schwartz,

Proprietor.


NEW ARRIVALS!'


OUK 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
-" f,'i/Jf;,/ /;-/l." famous for fit, style and finish-in


fact the best fitting WVaist in the land.


dealer or customer can dent.


This fact no


idea of our offerings by a glance at our large ex lusive
Shirt Waist Window, and they arc chcapcr than
heretofore by reason of our Motto: "S: CI::.\' .\l
THII-RI.:I Y INCRI.'i 1 ilL: B l'SIN-:ES.


New f n RiD[R New
Arrivals: [ [ fl MB IIRIIS Arrivals
() ur C'entre Tab!.- a;r' i:'.ra:'.: beneath a i oodly hare ,! th,, New '-t
"' in .:- iln L;aces and Emnbroiderie,.
w i'-i E l.'i: '- t 1 ;": r;Iol. Hltim burg Edgi:!:. .t: I tl-ertili
I !c.i I:ic L vc a ndnd Iin-;rrtioiis.
\ ,ac'i !e T,:, :eh Edgilng and I. erti, n .
(uernur' 'I nl',r !,,:a Ed ,:zz; Apli,'1ie L. a-', : 1 I;:-arti'>n.
P',li:t dl S t.:r. ()ritilt:l andt Plat V.al. a.-.
".i0 l|{ in a:ira t- I ;njilir.. I m.-Lig. six yard l, iatta-. w rt.: '.' .it ,'">a.


Sweeping' Sale of Muslin [odlenweiir! *
Oni,' L.',t ('li Id'- Dr iw ,,--. 'itl in *el a 'I tIi V e'J e i z. I ani;I l 2. .. lIc pair
S ize- ;;. ,.) ; 'ndJ t. o :Il ................................. ....... ...... I c pa ir
Oi, l,at CIll '- TriminImed D)r;awers at Co(t M. tk.
<>i-. l.tr ('!;il '*. Triniine-d Gowin at C('o t Mark.
(ie l.'t Mi -.' T'lrimtined (owns at ('C-t M.aik.
Onil- L,,t l'adi-'e Tritiiwm -l e'l mi- ., worth t3;e for................. 21e t.aclh
()O Loit l.:ulie-' 'l'riuiiuntd i amil)bric ('Chlnike, worth 7.'; for....... l c each
,-.One Lot Odds and Ends-",
In I,:die.' Skirt-.: ail Go( wn- to tClose O)tt at ('-t M.ark Pl rie.
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DeFUNIAK SPRINGS.


Two II u'rs from I',n 'e ha viia I,. & N It. It.
Seat of the Florida Chautauqua now in Session
Until March 27th.
,'Finest Resort in Western Florida.-E ^^
Hih.!,-+ A!'i.I ,: :!.*, :'a'* Purn WVater amnd Invi _z,:a:.:i: : Cliimate.

THIB-E E OP AiIODATION AT HOTEL CHAUTAOUA.


J. M. HILLIARD & CO.,
--- M : ,'if.ia tiir r- atr d )Deal, r- i.-


C h1.ri; 7 es"q


WVagons d Ih';i ys.


. Spring Goods,
S: : E : i -to k f '' .:.. t

R ;an I II I Ii .I -fIr .4 1
'ill y w .:; w ill fil I I i j"}' ,.I l 'l -,,l I " i ', .:...- '
Pr'- i.-t t Price-.
JUST RECEIVED :h. N,-w s,erian: LUt ,,r .1. ,'1. -' ,- -: .,.
Shirt,. aind .lt.. |I. St-.t-,on Hf at-. ii l.:ite -t St I--.
-Still ;av'- .w eaf f ,.eo La-!? Se--a- >i'- Eazl Slanr -. i -i/.z ,
w i.tu I .'n -:tcr fij-ing to (',t-li Bh iy .r- tor 7.' fuor;i.- : ', .:. ..- i it
S2-'.,: :i-a J. d& M -0,o,-. lni-t -,-i.:a-o '.s styl-, black "if,. a: ?. -*. i...
,t-. vYour-.


::--Jos. COLEMAN.
PEN" pLA. A ..


212 -. Palafox Str,-t.


Roses--Carnations.
I am qell;n ', p- yiP I ,f *ie l; ',(:mont ;a Hi -hloan I tI'rk (;ir.l ..q of
Monlg)omery, and on twelve hours' notice cao furni-h :anv amro .,i .: -.wer
and I lesiarn. waotedl.
Carnations 75c per dozen.er
American Beauties S3.50 to $4.00 per dozen, Drverod
All Other Roses $1.50 to S1.75 per dozen, to you.
Linvy Phonp.na )wrfh reraw mn.


M


THE


FORCES


3 ust eceirve d

100 Rolls China and Japanese Matting. To make


room for this Shipment we offe


:.).- P,--pai:'ing Attended to Prompt 'y. (:
r i'.\ -; \ J -! :N -r. : : P : P<-\ ;, X, F 1 .\


Catdll (iil


-\V 'i ,.r it. I teo *',l, lIr.na u ,.
't . ; ': 1, k l ii au-t . .


Largest Stel of Trnuls
in hv. City.


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THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY,MARCH 2, 1900.


MATRON AND MAID.
W!Jo.lI M:-. .nr. N. S;:.ith of Ko"k.-
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NAVAL STORES.
'CVH 11i ;a.TONC. March LI-*4pirltq tupen-
pent Ilit-, lii,? I) L' .oillI. .. r-c' mi. ljim~igP1
tat teeit" l.R-afirmi at ~I4l' .~:re-
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1*.i J5 rec.''l t4. 'r 11111at $I.xs:receipoi
b1-l ALVANN ILH. \htr.li I .-Spirnts turpesa
tin" -, u vtI att 7i. receipts, .I "'. l'at'ie4 I~
i receipts i I.",4 sale% now. i Ht C.":,su iriu andi
111died ULi" 112.t' 1. Ari t~ine
11;1ell 4n Inmilnu ithion.
17 1111 .Eratii Iinkly in :in apl(P.-iogtc tone.
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"' id i Nl 9.'1 %.:i13 til.' gl, <'<'l ;itl lnd utchor.
"N.,' ; t ll ''ri, \.:-I'on't i l o l it4o p)11: 1, oi.h
;if 11,I1i '1"', i>;.v (' ily ( ,l \%o hld l mnake
triiouble, so I just tiooii the. 1 nevy and
spen-t it down town." liidianapolis
J'Iafor Nl.
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D-Wit's Wich Ito- elijt-. Twiw )OttlP- produl Ict
Unf~tpialkh d for gil.-. iij~iri- waitl iwiirv',Ilistir t-lts," write.; L. 1-.
-killica.~- It i-4 the W'iii:l~ arren, Albanly, NWia. It digests
wi tc Ha: -4Salvo,. I;e'w* 4 AI w hat ymi #eat an d can not fail to cure.
4.iini1tt-rfoit-.. I1:argWi-'laI'lariiCY. IIaigi;- h arniacY. Jo idiiShe ppaird
.John Ssleppardanl(IS. Nlx~lil'. and S. Katin.


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Ono %TiAlixt Only:


Tuesday,


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Signat' IN w Ire


DRINK LION BEER! -Importers and Dealers in- OLE A113T OR
A I Chinese and Japanese


*--Fancy Goods,=*
FINE CHINA TEAS.
No .:1 south Palaft Streer.
Laundry ()Mee PIEN.'ACOLA, FLA

n.,-., l'v IIIl Phy.vicii,. :.s th,, For Sale.
.,Ii 1., : ,at,-,,lut.iy irit. iri, :iiil- Stean SawI Iill complete
to 'i. and practically new, to-
Geo. Pfeiffer, Agent, ether iith tivo-story build-
p1 ^.(i6 \ i b 1'.I feet wiith new
Tr It. On T" at all'1 ; d -lwvani'ed steel roof Filer
ry a lStowell .Machinery. Ca-
pacity i thenty-live to thirty
S lllthousand feet per dayj.
fardain for ri'iht. party.
TbetinyC apsulesoresuperior *iier one. /)a rt-*
to Balsam,(1 ^nof opai .Ow r _(,fone ut, o ,/ m anit-
C,-bebs and Injections. N ) l/actr/ring business reason
nTeycure in 48 ioursthef' or selling. For particu-
same diseases without anyincon- ,ri.
vc:cnn SLD BALL DRUGGISTS L..E..A..ELL.
o ll LEE DA.YIELL.


I GLASS, LARGE OR SMALL QUAITITIES.
I-PENNILAND RYE WHISKY,
BROOK HILL SOUR MAHH.
YELLI,)WTONK RYK WHISKY,
DAIRY MAID WHIrKY.
ATLANTA HRgWING COMPANY S
CELEBRATED BEER-KEM IO*TTL:S.


MAY BE A LONG STRUGGLE.
British Press iurecMat the Result of
I.utly-lastthI Reltf.
LoNDoN, March I.-The Globe says:
"Tne night is passed. Since Havelock
and Outram foanht their way, inch by
inth. through the crooked streets and
al.eys of Lcknow, no such thri.1 of ex-
citement has gone through the nation.
Tne empire has suffered and sorrowed
much during tne last few months, but
the tidings of Tuesday and to ayv have
made it ail seem like a gloomy night.
m ire.
*"The credit for our success rests with
Lord Roberts as ful!y as if he himself
had ridden into Ladyvmith. The em-
pire tenders a tribute oft ratitude and
admiration to General White and his
immortal garrison."
The Pall Mall Gazette says it believes
it is Impossible to forecast the result of
the relief of Ladysmith on the duration
of the war. "which may yet culminate
1in a protracted struggle before Pre-
toria."
DAILY MARKET REPORTS.
COTTON.
a Nw YORK. March L OPpW CLOSa
January................ 7 W. .... 7.91
F 'ebru.try...................
M arch................. 4 29 .... 9 14
April .... . 1. .4 .... 9 14
M ay....... ............ 9 1 .... 1 14
I June................ ..... 21 .... 94 14
July .... .. ....... ...... 9 2s .... 9.15
August.................. 9 2 .... 9 11
September.............. 47 .... 8 36
October. ............ b )i .... 8.01
November ............. 4 .... 7.
'December ........ ... 79 ....
Spot cotton closed steady 1., k.ghler
i middling upland- 7 1it middling gulf
9 yl-l6;. .-ales none.
GRA IN ANA) PROVISIONS.
S CHICAGO. lareh 1. oPr.s CLOSE
,WHEAT-March .... 4
'ON- lAT-rch .... 6;.14
CORN-May............ .... 3


PORK-.- ...t' :0. .... lO 41
kPoKK--.May .............. .' ..,. .... 1". *55
t'O iK -- .i lily.. ........ .... l ./;.
LAnRD-.Narch .. .... 75
LARDB-May .. ..... ," .... .5 N5
LA MA---I- ....... ....
t s--March. .......... .5 b-
itiS-M.a\. .7;' .... 11
tKwts-Julv .. .... 5 ,2


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Baldness
ean be
Sure
long as there is particle
'I he tact that th;e head is smooth
., I snf.ning if no p.'-::ive proof
r.at the roots beneath are iead.
!'eep down beneath the skin. hair
*s :av vet ex:s:. Mied with
ti~epr.t vitaliy, and all that is re.
quired to r develop them into a
heautiul head of hair is the faith-
;ul Applcation oi the proper agents.
Seven-- w
Sutherland Sisters'
preparations furnish the easiest,
surest and quickest way to aacer-
ta:n it there is or is not'latent life
beneath a head bare of hair. Why
nut try them?
SOLD DY DRUGGISTS.


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O:;INAL C COMPANY :
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SIILVEIR BROOK, PRIVATE STO('K lEN HARDIN SOUR 1 MASH.
VERY FINE; I'RIEI)MAN'S (C'ELERATED OLT) IP t VATE
STOCK. 12 YE..ll OLI); OLD) MILK VEIVET. K EN-
T('(CKY'S PERFECTION OF P'RITY. AND
OTS OF O( HER BRANDS WHICH
S ACE WILL NOT PERMIT
TO MENTION.

f 'Th.' L rii ,-t i i.anA .t Selecte'd Stook if }itt:'.;.' \'ii-kvy :a l
Wine- for Family C'!e.
THE JUG TRADE IS OUR MAIN SPECIALTY.
fU Alo Aleont f,,r *th la:nious P.th-.t Milwaukee Il'.r. Fr,-. Delii-
cry to every Part (of the ('ity.


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ALLI[GIOR


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T'LLEIN'S


Mammoth Retail Grocery,
502-504 SOUTH PALAFOX ST-,
*roloploneo a300.
lr ',lt.ion-. N.ew aindi OIl. :rfo ( rdially Invit'd to V it anid lI I.ct
ths-ir Inmair ~ Stock.


A. M. AVERY,
(mIMPORTER AND JOBB OF
IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF


)iu 0lt1i Wiu ntufciu tL:E=ar3w7Vare,
ALL ORDERS SERVED ON SHORT NOTICE ron, Nals, Axes, Shovels, Saw Mill and Steamboat Muppile, Cooling
AT ANY TIME AT REASONABLE PRICES. and Heating Stoves, Paint, Oils and Window Glass,
:-J ooms fo Rent by the Day, leek or Month. < Agate and Tinware and Houseftralshing Goods.
311, 312 North Tarragna stret, Opposite Ueio Depet. 4 unos, Pstols and shiny Takle.
O-Telephone 68.--0 AGENT for Birmingham Bolling Mills Company, Revere GIant
--.-GEO. WILSON & CO.,*~-"- Stitched Belting, Northampton Emery Wheel Company, Laftln RBand
t F-ogetto Sp. WI th te M. Powrder Company, Johnson's Kalsomine, Iron King and Buck's Stoves
Don't Forget to Stop With the Fat Man. and Ranges, Wi. Coups A Co.'s Raw Hide Laos Leather, Masryh's Beady
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FOR STRAM DIVISION
PENSAXCOLA eiECTIUDCTKRMI4Al
RAILWAY COMPANY.
Trains leave Pensacola for the Littlt
Bayou, Palmetto te ach. Warrington. Navy
SYard and Fort Barrar.cas at
1 !:a a. m. arriveat Fort Barrancas 7:15a.m
il:0i a. m.arriveat Fort Barrancas .' 1 :(w) p.m.arrivat Fort arranrcas 1:45 p T
8:1i p. m. arriveat Fort Harranca l:1.,p tn
S ps:.1pm am.rrive at Fort Iarrancam 0:45p ai
) Trains leave Fort Barrancas for Pensa-
cola at
; 7:* a. m. arrive at Fensacola .-. :16 a. n
1 p. m. arrive at Pensacola....... 11 : p m
O p. m. arrive at Pensacola....... ":-'5 p. m
5.0i p in arrive at Penseaola 7:4;3 p m
7:t p. m.arriveat Paaeco.a .... 7:s6p i
b:45 p m. arriviat Pensawola........ 9 J p. in
***'urdays only.
In effect 1DeC. Ist, ,!<%*.
SrMnDAY CRu DUDN.
Leave Ponsacola. Lv Fort Harranoas
9a.m. 10 a.m.
11a. m. It m.
1 p. m. p. m.
I p. m 3 p.m.
S*p. m p* M.
6p.m. 6p.m.
ap. m. p. m.
PARE POR WRK DATS.
Pensacola to Fort larrnaaeaand return Oc
Pensacola to Navy Yard and return ... io
Pensaoola to Palmetto Be-b and return 1u
PArs Pon aSwnaY
,ensaoola so .>rt Barraiss Navy
Sard and rear...... ................ Sc
Pensaoola to PalmelSeF o Beh and
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THE DAILY NEWS:
Sater'id at tb"- Pot Office at Pensacola.
ia.,aeecond-clavss matitr.
OrrieC: Pitt Bu!ldinXg.-1 1touith Pala-
Gaeltreat. up-0tat l.
Pt BIl.1'Ies Sl II,
THE KEWS PItPLISHING 00.
Terms-Invariably in Advance.
n YVoar by Mal! *0(
760 Month I
o &no 94 on t h
0-O Week. >.y Carr;.-r. pantill.- Moniduy It

THE W KICMKLY NEWS:
Putlifhed v ery Friday ht i; '.,, j r ytar
Postage i-r.'.-
TELEPHONE NO. 118.
Advertising Rates Furnishk don Apphca'ion.





Th a paper Is O ftle with the
IlG ADVERTISING CO.,
Eadlit B hiding. St. Paul. Minn., where
*t mteM. advertiem and other: may
exe ipe ft ad where estimateL will be given
P COLe*OAt r GQENIRAL ADVERTIIN&

PEISACOLA. MARCH. 2.- 1900


IN the debate- on the Porto Ric
hill Mr. Moody of Ma.-sachusetts,ad
vtcatling its passage, declared tha
the republican- i:it-ended toi abide b
the spirit hath- r thOaui the l.ttler ao
the constitution. aiid (conitt-ptuolus
ly referred to tl;hose whoi profa-*-ed t,
beguKled by a *'paper ctnstitutioln.-
The repubtlicatn- have t!:-ver hesi
tated to ignore alid :annIul tha- con-ti
tutioni whenever it co(1tlicted witi
their personal or political int.-rests
Their present attitude of conte-lmp
lor the sacred instrument i-s only thl
audaciot;us xpre.-ia;i of d(octrini-
which have always iarked tlilii
course whe-never the14y ,possessd tha(
powd-r to e-nif THI: Phi al l, liiita R (.c rd ra I .#rt'
ana itervi'av- with a wel! know'
:ravel. wio ri-cen'tly \ i-lted Pla- ,-
ria aitd t-,ll- -aR iita:!I'-ting fact-
.ibouit 0in Paul ail ii- boetrs. He
uec'lar,-M ta.' Kr:; zr is- woeith at
le ast l o, fortutie Le i'z -aid to i have acci'lltii-
lated by ext.rcia-:! n; tlih :utocratic
power Ih- pC-'---s. -For instance, he
,ownsi a railro.id. and all -lhiilpers
must pay 15 cents- a taon pl er mile.
Hauling by aany other vehicle is
punishable )y imipri-oninent iand
fine. W l .-ver the supreme court
renders a decision that is not pleas-
luIg xtoa Ooi Paul he- calmly reversa-
it. and appointt- tit w ju -ge-, withoIut
taking the troul)l.- t. o notify tie a,-
lending jiudg.. .
PlMt iof thie- amicable relations
-xisting between the two races in
Pensacola i. fuirnii-lted by Editor
Call of the Pii..-(aolat Exiponltnt
colored a in thIlt fIll,,winiz palrag ra-ph
in itts lat'-t Ia--t
A rv. tie .-t '!-:,e,. -*',; ;. 1,1 i''i;n-:. ,att tak-
insa sdV-atau a. i af I-, i |.| ;a .aa;ia ,,t. a.
jIffTere tj, lia i:i l t'.-, I .. Ill)- i .twl rw. i-ty-
In the o>uttl;.' N- t ro,*- ail., to do *a kilrtl
labor woik -;at.- -.-- %, i! li; lw hiat nt-iai:
bay labor ki- m :' c, ,r. : ,:l ,, -. ai,i;il
negroesei l.jo)ia. it -;. r talitr 1':" prai."-i than
A IU WLiJt. e'.-"r :;:t' ., *".''.': ,.'- i.> e-':ie i
mea t l i '. if a a: ia ,liI .a .
ra 'f :* -a la '* J-' a D I V i ia i- al
conduct at-1 Il "oni >lalnlet, an fIill t I t for it f we l'>c, ta ta o ,: .- tt Ia I .'- e:") ',
placA'tl ain a our lai .%- t ,\ t . ,'a a tuit:aii
.+. ll lall-.ih anll it n ; i\ a ." -1 a:1-aI1 II.
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SA Stak. i-. M r. Mcl i;i:l'y I.. nn v i c,.i-a d to
lie "in tIh- !.'nil!- f !,i- li, 1t id-."'
'l'iO-at w l:l .t t al. t;1 i t l a.!| y tao
.-trai hli!-,!i io ; ti- p ;i-onli;i il i:iie s.
and llil I put hii ;i:'. :.- ai ptlip: t, to
i1'- thvi'll bi dl iit a I i at- ia i.x ;at lital t-
gagfe otn his w:ll itm'ia I- <-i'..,-cr. peh
*-.tr P-iiinc 11 tLa. noi* -ay" that
his -o i1t ii i tii. If. lia :ai iolla it i t
tf tiatutr l tilh lla *, aa II t -- I 1-
tabl l e-xt I --i a 'iid aitlii t !, -
ha- the f-1' t li t a t a aI :i ;atl. i p i-
trie t, h i- in ,li t- li a ('a ;. ,, it:
r-pudi:-tiia l t I a t- .;- ;t *..-- et i-
liet W ltta :' ,: Ia: J:. i tI;:: -'- -t..;- 'at tIa-
8ttan w lait'tl <,iitra .- L:iI ir.: t a,i-
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duty ia- t, ;il ,.-l: ;i- -a ,-- -',,-,-- t .' i;-
letwe n t!, ii I -d "t;,. iA;;>L
Portio Hi.a- : a,-;r !a.:- 1,*- .inct-

:;?ie ia.aalali'' ili ,;a:aa ,,;iaita .--t-, i i.t
f ,,r t ii[>., l.it f r 1 !. 1 1 "., .-
iaJ-t al ti.t a-laaa] w; t-iar ilt-

ted thl -i; f..\ ,:'::,, d, c:: int- to aippi !y
:-o its t'i;m:,.er.-r with taa l'raii: t
#'tateS. thy f,-l: ca,,i-trai;..d tlo *a ,
bthe pr.--idmt:'s axpressior ,'uit if
Uleir way or ltun: t1,ha i-k of f a:Ilre..
A.ccordi a.-'y :ie prIsident wais
"-,e< a." '-2 I pl ,tPo ptly :;iiti :in' ed
that a litt!- ,bi: ol pro:t-'c'tioi. -:i'y 25~
per cent t f t I )ingle'y tariff rata-..
would be ,highly proper in t:-' case
of Porto Rico. anid that he woa!d 1.0:
object t, a bil so providing.
Coul_ d anything be weaker or more
pu.illanintous.? Did any Amercai:


preeidenit ever be-fore present such a
t-pectacle of uninanlints.-S and trucu-

The republicans. in and out of con-
;;re--. wtll know that the eutir.c --


tern and doctrine of protective datiei
is involved in this apparently simple
- question. They realize that if thi
president's original view is allowed(
. to prevail, a blow will be struck a
the false doctrine from which it wil
be difficult for it to recover. Their
have doubtless made this lain t(
their president, and he, too. nom
realiz,-s how dangerous; his views or
, the subject really were to the pe,
, doctrine of his party. What a piti
it is, for that party, that the ,ontl
real. true. njauly, honest thiug h(
has recently said intlit be- aii.i-aid ii
the personr*l interest of the part
bosses.
As to those democrats who. in thU
p-rsonal interest of a few of theii
constituents. are disposed to join tht
horde of tariff robbers and! cast prin.
ciple to the windQ. the people wh(
elected them will settle with them

A. R. De Fluent, editor of th(
.h,,rnd, Doylestown, Ohio, uiftTered
for a number of years irom rheutna.
tisnm in his right shoulder and side
He says: "My right arm at timer
was entirely useless. I tried Chamin.
berlain's Pain Balm, and was sur-
prised to receive relief almost inmme-
diately. The Pain Balm has been a
constant companion of mine ever
since and it ever fails." For salt-
by Hannah Bros.. 21 South Palafox
street.
THil POLICE COl'UT.
u-'ur Plckaninies Arreted Last Niglit
fiior l)i,-o-derly O('iditilc.
There were only a few law break-
ers who had to tell their sorrow. to
the mayor this morning, but t'ieL
i ties aggregated $15%.
Ellick Mini-, Allen John-Oii. .Jotn
Harris and Luciu- Brown, four pick-
a:ninies charged with disorderly con--
duct at the Union depot l.,a-t night.
were arrested v O(llicer I-ti-nj.iainl
a.ind each fined Vi thi-a li rninlg.
Clias. Light. Mabel lIroiuke. i>earl
Jonliisonli aiid Maud tcott. clh.iu gad
with cisiniig anld u-inig olhsci- i1.lt-
ruiage, in a hotiu-of ill-fame tlS nit it
ilayln street. wtel- dealt "%ith ;i-
iliaows:C ('has. Light atidl PO;il 1
.lo lii onl. di.-charzed. MaabIl Brook- -
and Matiud Sctt lilt-d 1$' i l aih.
n- s '. t'aiiiiph ll, a tra it prin't: r.
wa-' talt ip for :it datlys.
Wit. (Cri.-on. colored. charged w.t
-a'ittr.f iiir ,arhagc ill tie -treet tro ti
ii b tr-lI ine-ar the tlliitn d-ipot. \w;
filled $,-.
Joe 'Washliil!gon and 1 ( Thlomn -
-on cliargeld with lei;ig drutiik :.i:d
di.-orderliv. wt-ie each tint d ,7 ,'i.
EdK itidsonl. chi;rtg'.d wit'i ) i--;itlt.
wlio t- ca- e wa- contltii t<1 fr.,iii- --
tti day, wa.- flted $25.
Sitlney di-eiaoe i- th lie at-n y wet
ihave iiio-t too fear a-; a result oif tlie
fe-v .ri-lii i,.-tle-sn -.s of t o itiii.
v:auntrad lni)d -ri eiviliz.itili. It i-
;a trea ich-lroitl in-il wil kin out
its dia-;tdlv tff ct inuder cov.-r <,f thlit
u:oa-t trifli.)Ln -ymi;'toui. Ti:. fir-t
indication of wc-alit sa.f tt;, iialui.,
frfi' lU.lt lt -:i chaa+ s. (I, a'fe-tiv, troil-
l-, -,- Alit ll lbe the -ig i.;il tar ipralili t
r*-ii.o di il ni-at-ilre-. PHI< lit.y A -ti
Ili rr :i{< i- a l;idli:ey r n :.!- iy of -i.-
p3ai ative tim arit; it i. ,-iaothiinji i:i.-, -
i1i; ;lii l -tr-.i;tllt a :ill -. <'ii kl-. y : -..
li, v, s the a clti aili ,: r t.
:il\\ .ys alpp tr- in t!2,' ,!\! .l:i.,,,;
-t a.,--. c'!i-1 .- thl' >i.' ;r, .- ,.f t;.,,
,ti-.:<- a :and tha!',t2ii 1- n.';"0.- I, tat
c(Ian-il- ; and rg la l:tat; ft1 :
1'lt al -t i,.. cllit' 1. l \11 1 :i ll -i ;>ov.'rl- !
l)iiit l:-ack th.."- :i; :a2:h ; itt rI a.-
; a.o. aaf v" ruo .. ,i:. | I v

h-'ar at Tu -I;h c *i. i ..
Froilli tv rTyw it a i- ,'i '..* i; "
l i~a 'ta- ia2T r,,;D,>rt- ,,f I.."V.-i' "I.:a
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- tlalila-' la:iiiln a r. '"Ir t pr -- : ;1\ -
h1 ,-n d++cnl,-lly **ntlitl-ini-ti, ,,V,'r t!:,
- liarpl -i' ia ai ditl' lnl 'vi,!!it i !a ivt e
ia --ii nivia- to thi- 1 -.. 1 -.1 t
ilo utlut'tioii is itad to -;!ri]-- :. i!
l,'iii o :-.s aC id c' i -iti l .l l; 1.i-
li. ti -.i !. :i il v'- i tt,- i .at ; ,-
\'ivii ;til I '..-,-ir l I;t ,a ., 'a *' .. i-
w.w ;i t i- t!u-, o l. *a i pf t l :r, I '. .- ',.a

ti t ,;ali ;la ;i a a t il l -- :- t. v. : ,
i a l'.:tl; gi l l; it ai 1: .',tlit a ,a- i :.- -ari,
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I at'-d.ay !iia lh.
Dr. Bull's ough Syrup invari ably c'.r-s
a I' ,t ta:.r ai a l- . .
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Attenl' ion. (.'asimlidat S' -. r -y .nailidatt fai" coni ;ty !it,.
- It i'l a-t.l-d ta aittemit 'a ii-a,- i:iit .t;
i, ,,li,.e of.IJtdge' T. -. MtChlIlaL.'i
.t 7 ..:l o'clock. Ti u o complete thlie plans for t :- pri-
narie 1-. B. HiNI. AY.
td Cirn::'ni. ('o, '.


The Non-Irritating

Cathartic
Io ': t a 'e. '" to ap erate-'

Hood's Pills


Lea & Perrns'

SAUCE


THE ORIGINAL


WORCESTERSHIRE
Gives a most delicious flavor to

Hot and Cold MeNoats,

Gravies,

Salads, Soups, Game,

Fish,

Welsh Rarebits, ets.

BEWARE OF IMITATIONS.

This ignate on eery bottle-



Jha. Dmca'i Sow, Ageats, New York.


I -LORIDA POLITIC 4.
r A Tallahas see Writer t ir.-s up Gut er
natoarial CandidaisN.
.-
The T'allahassee corre-pondenmt
the Atlanta Constituition furnish,-
thiat paper witl a detailed tanulata (
i "g -,-' onn hlow thit. various county, I
will vote faor gtoverntor in the state
. convention. lie cl:t a.a- them as fol
low; :
For !). HI. MIay--E-tamnlia, 11
Franklin, 2; lHolintm-. :;, J.lfflrsona
14; Lafvayette .:; Le,. 2; S:itit, Rosa
'; S"Ulter 3; Tayl 2r -; tvtal 4..
For I rid T. Mi i,--L-eeiu, 14: Lib
erty. I : Mi;antt-e, ;: MoIiinroe, 4; Na
S-anu, 4; PIlk. .; St. Johnlis. 7; Voilu-ia:
; Wakulla. 5; \Valtonmi, 4; Wa-lt.-ig
ton,3 ; t: total. (i1.
F",r J. D. iB- --Bradf- rd.i;: Br'-
vard. 5: C(lay, I 1; I )ade, 4; DI)-Sito. .'
llanilton. 4: Lake. 7; Orange, l11:
O-we-la. 2; Piutnamil, s; total. .'.
For W'. r8. Jenti in-.i--Citrnl. 2;
Her-nando. ; Levy. 4; :.lanli-ni, >:
l'a-ca,. 4; total, 20.
For \W. H. Milton-Callouni. );
G:.d-;den. 4; Jack-oln. ,I: tot.al. 1 .
Doubtfu!-Aiachihu-. 1: ('oluniibia.
ti; I)uval. 22; Hilll,-toroui .h. i,2 ; 31ad-
i-onl. 7; sllwanitee. S, to;t l.. 76.
) l the d' l iful c iittita s 1' l1a- eo, r-
rf-.ipoidenit says that A.Idchiua. Iu--
val and Hillsborourti tirnli-hi --pI-n-
did lighting chances for all the can-
didates, with a s'rl 1tiobahlility
1i1 e;i) tlcase that Mr. Ma\V will i:et
thelion's share of the (di..zat<--.
Madisonli' seven votes are credita-l
ats to be divided bi-twe-en lMaIs aiand
I gg.,r- as also 4'oliubiai atid Su-
wartlnee.
B:laker i.I lft blank b1tcatn-f thrI i-
was no getieral election tht-re tior
stat- officersin ISl!'; but it i- thou tlit
Mr. Mays will secure that delva-

itg:
The co rres.;-, idli.tt [I ;,-f.-< h+-- y-
Thel1 ilimpres-io:t gLrow,- daily that
after a few t ali-lt- t!iaa O aw -;a1ka ratin-
alidatest will drop oait., ,i'nt I. iv\- tl,,
iia tl -ta ii2,IlE l, M! -- 'iya- i ad
Hit.rg:. (1 oi l-'- .ili -;i ..t!.ti ina
as to what thfir ra,!,ttiv..- -":;ia l; !
w ill hi ;tat t lha t lri- i ,i:ia' i v -
ftt. ;i!*'t-: -- gu; Wa rk.

Dr. Bull's Cough Syrup has sav :'an-v av
aiat;. i-ril'tl .a lalala : .1i 1 a. '.-;': i ; .1 at
\ a i l' ; 'l l. -.I t a '

Ilf- lin II r I'rini I".
1H i.k <- V:is t!l:t Vot l ?1i-r '" I ?:iv-
liyou w illh tIt I 1,tl' P '1 .'
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il d lHil FI-'m I he Wa;a the ball tl;:at hit (. H. Stea:i
in ii of Newark. Mich.. hithe 'ivil
W ar. It ('atusd horrihl)!. I'lca'r-
t ihat no reatmiu -nt ho-lpd for -1ia
veTar-. Then ltckle-i'- Arnica
S.ilve cur-d himii. Cur,-,a Cuts.
Brliihe!*. Burns. Evi!s. Felons. Corn-a.
Skin Eruptionsm. Best Pile cure on
-arth. 25 ets. a abox. ('tI l Lrl3aran-
,,d. ,Sold ay W. A. D'Alepinbert,.
I)ru gi- ts.

Room Mouldings
:i all shade-. plain and fa:',v at J.
E. Ro&A Co's. ,No. 11 N. Palafox,
1';.. -, ;Ie -;,'-2. _-'It-,'-!


M'MILLAN'.4 BUDGET.
Editor Daily News.
The month of February has he
come our banner winter month-hn
like the champion of the prize ring
it will wear the belt for a short sea
son; then December or January wil
deal the hardest blow and give the
gardeners tits and starts < to th
wall ,
The coldest day of thi- winter ot
curred oin t1he Lsth of February wlt-i
strawberries should be almost ro ady
for market, knocking out the utist
ling gardeners who had ocen first il
the race. That English peas and
oat.i ale' Rsriously damiag-ld-b ets
all; let-tus turn-up and call Rabbi
Rabbi :--save the cabbage for kraut's
sake-though the Peelnto peaches
and radi-hes have feared utf t(
parts uikrnwiiW.
The building boom on East ill
shows no abatement. Ten new cot
tages have sprunir up ll.ke mush-
rooms on one block in the suburb:
of North Pole. which we will call
Welchtown. Ten new w-lls;lhave
been bored for an nnfailing supply
of water.
Mr. Geo. Pryor's new barn is coin-
pleted, and lie has conducted cit
water throughout his buildinig-
which is proving highly satiz-factory
We are proud of having access to
the purest water known to thechem-
ist (of New York.)
Mr. Clubbs' new residence near
the terminus of the street railway is
progressing rapidly. We have a
lovely site for a New City hotel ad-
joining Malaga square.
The rapid building up of this great
residence plateau will soon deinaitd
ga.- lights, water inainii andl mail de-
livery out to Stoddart avenue frolli
Wellsburgh to Farnie Hill.
Will our city dads perinit a -ix
story building to be erected ni-ar the
pol) tot-fi e. 'shadini. thlie old city and
hiding the custom: oiuse from our
view*.'
We suhur-'his -ntiarest that I'ncl-
Sai lia ll h-be litnitle'd teo u-e of tle
tuppel'r stotI'" fo "an a11elevated sig..ial
service and wea'.her factory. Fore-
ca-tsI can bo tctfniinutinated down-
ward to, te -a:rthii y telephone, and
*-u twaid )over land and sea by appro-
priat- signal..
The fitiul time for unveiling the
('hipil.y iiunimnent-during the vi-iti
oif (i.n. Giirdon was le-t pas-i. and we
In:ay not -on a gat I-ve' so free a
-iiv a-I toriottl-e to) dedicate that mar-
hit' pilk to) hilmi whoi blciaed We Ve-t
Florida fronii a wilderness to its pree-
nlit gloriami- development. His lbril-
lianit :ac;i -Liev mnait- will never I e
v"ild in olb-curitry tnor clouded with
dollbt. Tli'itos. M('11,LL.a. N.

t-Safe-a liid, safe find." Fortify
youir--lf byX taking Hood's iar-apa-
rilla tinow and be sure of gaod health
for lnoii:li, teo col.'.

9 A special communication
aof Escambia Lodge, No. 15.
F. & A. M., will he hl-ld
Friday evening, Martlih 2,
:-at 7:3 o'clock. Work in
ti1e F. ('. deir'te. Visiting
)ra-thra ii fri teriiall1 invit 'd.
Iy ot d -1 d- a .


lnil2t


No better Cigar for
the money made-DUR-
HAM--at D'Alemberte's

('oijio;'/rtltle mattresses,
pillows, et'., to 0o with ,ou r
neir fitIurniture. ) 'Of ca(n
bi/ /the. whole out0it from.
l1r1,s8to1 114 Finch.

Try Ti :'; Ni.v- W :int ('C.iuII: it
will p;y lyou.



TItEAT YOUR WIVES
.lI w 1,!;l Xy iirw i sp rcn l fr !)i lI .0
k. t- nti d! iv fr s-ic ;; l drink or ti
r :i 'l i t l, y. V t v r t link t.,
~l i -, .'>'cl;] t- VO" vr othvu r ld;, o)
t;'.. i l ll W l ',- ;at l ll. l, t at ll 11 I
Sw.>tI :,lt y c:i ii d ilik. :ii(l l-or
!,,,i-,'ol]t ilr orsps. w itf ,,lt tki;vi.
ti j'iP .'1:) .,I :a w it t llt if :t l;a .fo< t
Ip. ior w ,ll. ,l iliik <,ltlii. A dd
t t '" t (' linf ,it ;ifl hl:ttilt l of ',ll
lti!,:, by l.ivilr 'it" w ;aitfr ,lit iII
I'I C'-t :-i ill-< v' b about 2L .
S I :1- , .
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r;:it. -. ; iit:lit] i. l i llp A its. **tc. A d -
I.it --. 'l -., ilI. A. T\ l lt ('r .
V . i. 't ;
S cy. : .d 'i i
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MOL N I MINT TQRi.
( y :i i tl o-d(! y I pl;i 'd .
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f lr it p ri
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1 T .. c !1!1 111 1 il fr t i iE! )3
'ily u-, t;i, .;; !.. t *r i tiiii d thiat i
i- ino' .'* iv t" !i.r-- ...teld.
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I f. '. f I
t -;*, -::u a-. ii t iy : (u rai, !,,,'il.. -i x h,, 'i.. t,.r (iv,. d ,il ;la r,.
Tha 3a >itiio -.'ok. I .f a : >iv.. i-
dir PC d '- tp-c'i:ull; to t1,L r,'liet i.l
;t:iiie -ti, n ii i \ rv: <.(,l foruis
W i 'l ro pr T,: di- t. "or njef will
e!'! :- t (r w r- f' i-.- <,f thi-1 tor-
!;::;'. ti; W'.. 't i, wl i W : it- ht.n1 J', -l
nt ,i-:', .r- -yui. ;', ii ."ofte referre-d
to otth-" *r,, .ia.- t!'.:1 tfie stomnach.
By thi- additiiin, it- virtue S : iA i
general tioi' and invigorator and
hiood ,purifl.-r. :re ,t impaired in
* h li-ats-t. No4 bl ttr inedicin et ra
he found for the if-lief f tl.'-e di--
-;I a-s ;t;t ai r- sfo I ;'Va ti. t il, tt1;
pi tInv mmirth--.
I t:aka thi- opportunity to tht:ri.
in frii-nd- for tLa-.ipport they havy-
.iven> thi* Tonic. anid promisp-i that
MI-nta)nii> Miltr Tonic as iuiprov,d.
will iv. .;till h-tt-r. iai a tion.
P'HILI.P E. HANNAH.


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Investigate the Convertible Term Contracts
---o THE-

Old Penn Mutual Life Ins. Co.

DAVID EDRERIT TR"T1N P;NI:9A WI. .
S Ens.nMEN L"'[ EET. PI';.:.v ,il<. E.l 'IA


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i COMIENCIN(; SATUIII)Ai '

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Continuing Until Wednesday Night!



SWelcome, Strangers! !

Mi ake Our Store Your Headquarters. .


254 M' anlt- r i P ECAL S. H ii-il-l Col.di-r.. 1 ar d- f, .... i
25141l < Y ird- I,"row\n Do1me-tir. Sp[ cil Sil,. _,) .:rd f< . .
ow t i l '1'iiTrkay Re td, Indigo a, :in "t l silver y -l i:-, tn-
v li ,,, w i;f', yours, plfr y ar,! ................... ...... ,
S i I Ya :rd- till Yard \'.W< .ft Fini- BI. !i. i-t
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Dress Goods.
S Entir, Lill. ,if Fancy o l' PaI I'Li- l)re-- daaaii-- . ,-', ai
t ill eInt'er ai-i'd price pi r yV.rd ................. .. .
5jo-inchi Hoiin spun Skirting. Brwni (f;ra.y aind Blu.. t I ',,
-- !t. lia 'i r d per y: .rd. .. ................. .... .


,| ~Skirts.
a- (;;, I ia,,ii.-.' iin '',.a; -> .ila N .v. lty Skirt- i'l .-y
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LOCAL SEWS POTI


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DURHAM Cigars are; Handsome pictures.'
the finest 5 cent smoke. a-brac, etc., in end/h, '
Try them at D'Alem- ray at rock bottom pr, ,'
berte's. Alarston 4 Finch's.

We are Sole Arents For Who is Rader?
Kav y-r & Allman'.. <'ha-. M. N.
K.-ilan and Clov'.vland Wall Pep i rHe's the Man that sel5
( F-. -ine Wall Paper-< Full line Furnit re so Cheap for
-f '.'njpl.-. J. F. Ro-a & c.,. No. 11 Cash
N. Palaf,,a Phone-: "'!f-tf 08 31.

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8 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, PRIDAY, MARCH 29 1000.


Twenty Years Proof.
Tutt's Liver Pills keep the bow-
els in natural motion and cleanse
the system (if all impurities An
absolutee cure for sick headache,
dyspepsia, sour stomach, con-
s:ipation .-nd kindred diseases.

"Can't do without them"
R. 1. Smith, Chilesburg, Va.
v:rites I don 'tknowv how I coulc
<'o without ti'.,-". I have had
iv-r disease fior over twenty
S.'ars. Am now catirely cured.

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SMOKING CAR o
S--_ 9
Th t0
SThe Strramg t'arn of a Idnlil'I -
lTown C"ll-k.
0 o
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1JonIs. tlit- a:ornTing papi.r dlirinig the time oce<-u-
pied Y I the rait of hisil rc'gular nmirn-
iug train au.l ft.'i,.o :tit tibis city.
40li thi' way li,0ne4. at uiLi lie- itnvari-
A1ly p.lay 1 ve iv h i iu ih i 's.:i k.-Ir \itli
hrilVe of Ils .t1.\ l ownIi- ii, 11 hil.14
0','1 a tiiiiln t r at' y ,ar,. l'ro:ll all
is- ; iiay tr iiil nrri that .Jotnu s wax
i '* 'lturi' efli li.illi Au l l-. oinet ilii
sV *<. .- srie'li loii| ng -s; raugt'm wV ll t a
'.io l i .4 e. l;I a1 < '*!] i,| and a w iI.1
c'l~a :'. J ii l e i, ., a *i ti ltll o lti l| it. ,I t. i \;., I -pl ti g ii partl
tr. .Iil eS l. .L.. ,'.,. :1- i t'tsi\ l ill\ c ilIli t Av
% i, tLad l 'iii, i,,i' i ii f i h iaiir'1\
T ;::. o:-i *1 *l i lh .1, ,1 ;- ; h ,. r, I, ,il Il :,, .l

".' ikc b !trad ii r. lieie iii |i : illi ,-i. hIl,\d
t 'v r. gazte! ltl ti.- ithr ".t :1ii f IatI .v i I.,:e i: his t y' s aIln
,i e- \<1i tl :i t ,c" :siainai l cav'rnowsl
ti .:. va hJ,-h st -.il.lead io, ld i froim ahit
;i s ; i',s tif l<-sji;ia:T Not l v.I rd id h ie
':T174'1. nil'! i lh f ti'iIn t' w vt'i o, l
':-;'y wit!i pIl.i ,. f-r o.r s nI tlhe strall-
i.* tI: i*r-,l l ." .t iis ni)'s ipp ,:ir.anl .,, .i>
*i .!i f o au l.- < ,f:U I el M. nwtilil' f the
"raii l 'l n. tie il4 \, > (tI !Lt of tiltli tation.
e:.,., as JU-es Su'.nl '!: 4< t;.*! -rlr so \Ithl inue of llfe
i':. !.y .L.* < C e': *i|-tlz i iI' invite tel
:itti' r to ;.a t a e lia' ht I i ii - :a t.ih, It--foifi hei 1 't V lnal I Wak..
.<.'d I iuMasitt'c lli tell t I- u'i th r.i~ llr
tOand t 11h. Ist 11c'otutters-
ttl said.
* "<;';titlr.n:. i .' r i. '- it fr- omlii It, iho--
t'att t.'ar t en til" fo(, !s!idtiltaotg iu the no4te 1
iae or ow (. but I ,an T.-lmIinca silmi '
no loi'll 'r. I ft Il t a!:it I mlilet*. s t k aInd
-. vr.il tih t*orrlt ihe 1 rt ra hiiih luro
lln m y .l ,o nii cI.':- :i e.lilt, Lhote lr:a1IL I
1ct. I must toll all .11 T!w weaknes'

I. 'llillt' i .tl "','Nh. t ,l'k i. a,' .
o. to iLh t'i oIf fi l c tIwnfall Ofof tr *
elhl o' f lM y '-Ti '. ;itV. "u.dI whln '.l ytl
!,. oIV ln rd It 1 1,t `,*.,- r sym'iupI ti'liy ,'qI' I
,itt t0 niw P i "* ':1''1 nimy tr iblhio l I

w hh'lih t!' .ttw '- I. .*. Til'" \'- 0T. v 11l1-
iul l In fi ti . Iv'i, I. It t ir h
tt t.;:T s it < I -' -I TI l ua J
"l n:tmini." I,'t" t'T" strian r .
"i llarkins I! i a..- H t;i lli arkin .
a d I iv' ori 'r -i'-r. li\~t 1 in' la<- -
'illh'. i'onn It i of tli" t VIwn tlhit i .
ilntend to Tp.'a ;; !, e d.w,-nf:ill ,,
'hirh m akan Tioi hlati I at ; :i ti;..:1

e lin n tli tt.if e t I
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1\in,., or t hr l !<" t i. v ,as ithr lio t iili
portant and wiihlh the iiist lu>'rati\e
p ;:. f in htin gift **f tl', to, n. The
g'.*M t) r-is* &tear rsr
a! n -l toa r ,v.wr f's, v )tr t h m alion- ";
no twr tf r tO r t uh dr. wteilfn lw t l teeth n :
ito p.rt-ct <,-.*',u -. It n'>th ttt<- .iid.
colic and1 ia the boit r.,. "t w .Il relive thie p *.,,ittl.lv i dl d ht rruccrt f in r v ry


cGn uidtons or Which I speak bad e
Listed for 40 years, and In every one (
those years faith lu the clock had i
creased until it finally tieanie .-n o
ject of worshipful al:doratimoni. "o1l ma
readily iiandtrstand how stu h eight I
the case.
**One' nornin~. three years nao. t
town aiwoko aIs usu-::l an.J prepared fc
dtl,' rmlite >'t.,l alc, i tli;a!J \\ :is tiw n;atlttr w ith ti t'.',\ l

w hl,..i it :is ,i;.-'o. tr~,e l tlh::l tv. 1,'f *(.,
ery tvlok i':Ill \v;it 1:1 toa. ii tIpotitted t
9. o4clo' r!k] t!." T :-.: l Iil.I t| r
li:ili l n- t! f:i: ;iful t c.vn clock. g ave i
du!>itt:lll e -,, 6 -,.. in t it \.a;is l it
':.s, t 1>! .I w :s 11t oe n
tlii::: to d 'lh'r t iown clock c-Iilldn
I4. w .',i so :ill v.:*.-ln-s ;inl Clo'-!i
w\''re s. la.'-k tti 7 o'cl'.k or taken t
Tlihe jwe,-lr-s"' to be regulate, M
watch was no*. I was very- I l;;I
Ilty tini. pitr'e a:Ini I let it alone in tli
lntr st of ,ciotl, |';irely ill th0 into,
t.St of sc Il rlll'lit'll I rt'al ,i>i-
It.hat rIt rv i ; '!i '1 il.l n ,t 1,''y !A, e )av
flos~i!,iki!y I:.v 4',.a;:U!!i an hlour:. ili
sm izi tlT!:- t t +i:it i .':h 1 *> ,. il iliti,,< o f tl
*lV' i (-; 1h '.I an hour In tie ':s i:'
spar. \v er,, ,i: olui ..ii <'f t ;'" ,*a .-.i \;'l pii+s [;t'- t't


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'ias" 4' .vtw- I i at, v l v t .
i o, 1'.t t'. l)tow' ; l f iil. 7 o'; lo.h r,

ht lur \\;i.s laIt s,:! "i,-,r w\\"hi l nmyi
w:,.'li rri,.rdeil 1 oiih,-k. the mornin
of I ,***,. 4. l!i<, tol ;i i lo .v ri<,- rdl -u'tlotk. the ni lt of Ia1 :1e. It wasc
plainly .aspareiit il;it :1 dI:y wl-as tOtI
hlat Sllam e'Wlll'r 'e ;nll tel' n \\ c' ft* ,r-
unoon, whrn tlhi tn7 w'4 n hocl; strAcI k It
that I o'clock d ,y ;:iy :1't(ell.nr
"\VI ,'!- Il;Ls toi wi wni e.l-c .'ir :r t '. <,' taliom l.,ow. h to o II. ;4cnl "1 plIlini iehli't-
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ihat ia r,:e*lt v i ,ri ct int t-4 i s, ol r t\a-'tict
lhnd ..l'rt'ir l. "Ti'. t i'.'iry e' :,liinet
ihla- Si, onl:, Youii s ,f. Itn<-k\ ill, ..0.. h,*T tlm" .-::'l,
l Out ih ls, 1i rihll. --,'.' fit f:m i "i'hlth s lt !'ui -' it a1. "r r:Itlh Ilm"l. nu, lili: thi \; i,-." f'r'ion lll toh

lIst iit oine hlbo r. !1';i,' it,% o -v.b rll;:itcdl
' 1Ihri- t iam whet. :1a.'.or 4in1 I., ai. y
v at' -li. shd sbo'iu d ;a Inf \n -.lis'i in tn-s hirt.!,]:IY. N ,K t y<':(r
I-'ourt i snow iln Itb' crounAl. wiiih! ;b Thalkis-
rivin.: tIirL.'-y' w.'rc enite,( wirlt the.
Ith:'r-i tiii t'1 er at T *. !'a.gre- s i I;a U-hlIt-e.
"I heolui to ,-e' wia-it ll IT't-'t-i wnvas
- ti tow''n .u rlo was at f'ai,.r tirt [
fenared toT rv er-TI y lito.ItCi ti r- nI.r
fellow t el< Nrwii ltn t M'lI'IatI'. F.r i 4:.--
ville. In its l hl eiiht.I faith ili -iw t* r inn
ilock, was I i-lng flrauz.I leia''f rlT'te.1fh
tine. andl I L *t%- 1,,I \wh.r[-- h,. I-r-1id
woultild Ie. It got tlial iinow .-e ec'- 'I
tell just wh'la U ." t w:i- i cLing vt ,
whien it wmld i-e d layligl;i. Slerumtie iiw
twill;'.t \va. tairn ,or e:irl % t m niiiue.
anld Vit- \rsl. .Attl the I1ton1"' spt4rwT
in adjulj t "i .-:i-e'- > anld I \Iat -I', -'I
.111mon1i1itl( I to a f rI' ." i," min its'- lf l"i:s.ik-
ly I re-olv'.e t,. t *ll aill ;1:1nd t%.. :1- a
iml:irty it ineC'e e-t' y. fotr tlih s.C',';i.tiB
(of myh ltow'i-'ii-'a
"" "l;t'itli'tuin.' -4 iT, I tinle tl:|y i x'. :M1'-
lit- ilitc'tii, "*yio r'.1.'" all wV ;i. Lu
ri't joiin-lI let y", lr iAd tl olt jia l r.,'rjt.r
holindli .ss V V ll l l- +-.I .., lhiim th-.- f.04ar
Sysin.li i., hoot .A l .ul l .>ih \ : ts.
iar 1tt :i faiit. ThIe tilo n tel'-; I S i
fa:illt I'l i(- 1 it (ou of tl, tu t** .'t- or.k
rr-pair ii: e o il-'wi'!,* x\o' will lit ;i 'ie-
dalrlln '.s I,(' till" s 4-'. 1 6,ll 1 1, i i 'LI iT'y"
hIlht IhIt it'?.t *If t'.!e world is lii'Ju4; is
tiit l ,iTi 'l hi **I n .lt .i '.
"Al htouir iLI r I .t-'t townl. ild l w
lP;>ari aI I woutll like 'o hiave t p, rt-
"d. i'fir I rItl'- :t-iri'!-! v r:tl l riiv hy
.%iu tiii f,'llow i>\ i-iin'ii. m ;iil l ',t rm y
I-.12 n ali tibI u' .l ;I l I"';.;Itir ll .l. i
.if t:lr ;inu. f '3a:her. Siitte lI.t' go,-
llliinIt I l \;t w ;m:mtai-rtel al -out t|L
-ar It a :lrmi:i. a r'itin'd ;ianil. Iy e cy..
-tiltin:'l, i i *.. v.. a ;'> ; l1 a nl 1y 911fl0 t ,,R'
'.hattti'f't I ;.tn 1 noIw goin" i 'het-k to
I. -k :!. u l :'. mI tht'lis ti;( 't t rl Tb-
:t!.ly .*,,i i ,*l> iul tile ,-!ui,, s ) ,. e t e I< 1-
TliTry I.-i ,al If .:!i pral, A.\,:tril"tes a.t-
li'ving lh ,r' I vm;i1 tle killl' tf.r return-
mmi trein h:)ii. -.: :,".:. o:t l'.vW -i t'y ely-
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I)++\V;t:'- W'ite H; uitl-tlltl-d( foir pile-., iij>rsl ;i!ti
-*kill di -a- It I- thte. ,ri'ti'n
W"itI H:Iaz-'i -t'ive. Ieware f ;ti
,.iiuttrfe'ite. Har2i- Pharnii:n. V.
.lthi: SLtc;'. t:(. S. I :\;Lii.

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Nothing but a
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vhianio of climate
wil cure
CATARRH
1 he Sp'1i1c lIs
EIVs C Crum BIm
It I.. quickly Atn-
i. <;. anlDf lib
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S*p.lls,- t t... V.stl COLD
I .-a't Al.ay3 4 itil lnf llaition.
I ro i->t( (tte .-*'m tirant-. l'-
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IN THE BABY'S EYES

Whlat is the droam in-t1,- e.y' % f9
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' NEVER ATE FOREIGN
SIt Doesn'lt 'ny ta Hie 'Too So
O)te luoeti. All ihth l'Fiia
.I 1 i ia aii .1 j.iJ II- i \\ iij.ili
li;, lid il lai.s l. >;..l lti~ il hei li \t l
S.\l trill or coiloui.il iit Io I
it his mi;il). 'an.-eutily visitIed
ti-aiidtc in Liverpool. Oine
* dinner a most del.ious .s:addil
pa.irtlyVi Wlelsh niuttoun ppe
whici ithe mnlaj'r dicl ia mi le juz
S "Ah." lih obs'.'vetl,k "I wish
butcher In l.oudon would send
like that. and yet le '-als oul
best lritish lim'lt."
\\ell." said his fris *iret. -as
of fact 3you ha;i\ve lti eat n N,
i.iud inutton. But t'it%', oliy I.1
that I get it froin a riri-end
large whiol'esale Iiimipor'ter "
Jvy .lov'e. you idoii t -ay
'aililnied tIht gu >i Mrea whei e' l 'aii I. I'. !:t- lil, ill I
"\V ''ll go .aiii st',' hilii 'i L
*eW 4I tInhe host T'I'll- \ISaI I v.: l
tiv thel lnealt Tmhio1ltr. I\ ,.o s\i\nl
hle lt'ard itli loillothlhi-r's (tl
xplanatioilli.
"T'eiJ il*'." Ih retirnial a*" !
to t e-, e'fl-Prls re'nIti-lrks. "Il w
of l.-Itdl n youil resale. :-ilr I ,t.1 i
in.ll ; 1\ 00, ill *h.ad-elil'-. or
litit-'I'v.r wiho will sippily yo' v
actly ltIhe .'a2ui sorl ofi" itiltoo
which. you likt' seo mi-lich." 'I"I
lhainde him his card.
-"At." observed i hw- imllporttr.
the- *~-rVy nfrn within I \\o t st
your ''wmse-W. Vi splply hinti
his inm t. [fftr's lii addltrc-s."
'd. ha:Il.uing .- slip ofr paper to -
Tr afle.- tnec(-uint joints.
Tihe -nirjor 7-"e-l. the major
the mnj nu r frnwne-d. th1 major.
sa y. err-. |) \ver'ne .'r it*'. sn tli no
for tli h :rddsir., wa.-I* that of f
btitehlr. whio .eilt only in hom
ctee.-IEsioh St'a.teb.

Thb- EferF a$ lbp Lanunel
Dowil to i 'lit,;*s IIt't I i IIt' 1 t
Toniainry .v -4-ielru w lot B iptixe :a s
or two after. "TK oMel Ttudor
It.wti frcr mante-W-wair was still,
i'epys' -)iary" v aows that. "i
\\ins Ax.tl4r ot a2;Mm. after whi:
high [i pe'tOeag wens otn board
spfciail :a4t-vr 'rWadtiig gon" ol iw iut citf which .
na:imini -lie t.bDipiandl ioulrillg .&
on tIh ogeir:ni l iveib ti>t lhe do-kym-i
wright .i-.tr luftipto.L
Whbe-tdki tb preswmnt usagt '
Ing anii' tlptishizig a ship btefa r
sent altst c onE in! I tra(c t
explicit nri tftive of the old me
16;61. qvibe the koyal Katt.ril
launctvt4 isee I1*pys. The l_",
tion (. .saiasbtac a tiottle i -
the tiiww, of aio English mnoo
ilhat I L"ve fe ml is in a conteiI
ic'ws'lt^kwr chatting of .May. 11
*,rihitcia llhe ttbrlslnmlng iu- 0 1.
.Mlaiirea ,e tas Iptford. ibut 'on
hilttt -l that il wast then i akew 4
-Ni eyt and Queri's.
To E' p Im Ii ar imeoem
I'9.eT is :i )ie-utiarity blout thi
dtre. hlai st-ins to It c'nmsta
aill :Lose' wbc-ii I ..-ke .x wlut !
ter and w hot ar' eoi)i senus tif thi
h-liia amt all not omi, 'las ,ver
liuiself to lw e ;ny 0 '1' l'b fighti
d.Lranins tone- always f'li-s low,.
ST think i wuht't ,'< i'7
;ain wr- it not t',r <'h-aTnhi
Pain t a mi.'" writo- Mr. \V I
pl. ton. H rtniniui. Pti. "1 hit
:,tTl itetlt with rh aiaumti-ltn for
ye'.,r- aidI have- trri-d relmiindi-
ion' iiinutur. butil Pa-tin Hitlmn
hI. t i in pdi-i'i- I haV"e >rot hoe
i t1.. ;pl'li':tti ,.'i ri-lie-v-s the.
-'r -irle- by -lfitaii'in Hros., 21
'if.:. -tret.
J. I. Stephens h,:i-' larure-
ninlt R,.t I-'or lie .lanuary Ti-ade


('ritie'- Ladie-' Note Plap
l.nv.-l.>p-- to match.
Camnbrid b e Linen and Env
Huird'- Parchtient.
Invitation Paper and Env
Linen Tablptq.
Frosted VlWhimFi and E.iv
Eligli-h Note; Satill Wove;
Paper; Dennit-on's (C'rpe. Etc
i vtierml al i._i ortma nt ofekf cfat


R ^ ~U skitiiin- n mn ner. sl hly. but o01

And one's -eri'ti-al :ittde oID a dreai
i towIar oIhtlnes own le-rfroruancet is a
w1iys i 'ter. iinl to note. oboth In rt
IN _1g 'I i; l I li.;k I;'pari'iil:ir cu.l:iss of lreali
S'" e ', i rnir lo iwardl ol' of llt- othe
('l.i.s s. It is :in a l lttilt e tlh t i~ we
/ ^ lir< ',.. ,:t ,illt in **Ali.\cn, I l \Viwnd rlandl.
ht .'i .- Alife. iJ v::ll to exclhi tl or I
i I::; \vihil, shi ,'- i t!lli li "llow lirav
ti;yv v.11l all thi.;i iot of iti':it honi e n(
HEAD to ri::i.l a g-ret fall like th:!!"-Lom
Hi *.."iA t ii, l .
*tor-, .th'. l.ogn al.
arsize- .:. "\' i lt .is :1 T;w. I oi'nt'.v I arske
.r h' Inaioi m.*: t 'i.;.,e r of ; pupil ill thlt .- i .enil
r E '<-
.w York. cl:.ss
". Iii;!n who l',;>ls illn furs."' answer
Vl Tl1'o 11ny.
S "'l'iT:!I*t' r'!z!it." sa ;'l thef tteac'he
"Now. 'l'.!i,:mIat y. von Ill:iy tell uie wha
n ('curridr is."
A' ".111\ 111 V !ih ll< I. II"rs;." Iwas th
rnt'e pect',d lt ut l.,'1:iI ri[ly .-Chicag,
Lim? Gr Nv \vs..
*. g s. TIe t t olde't Ionuntry.



t ":.i 't ,. r I l :l;l '; I 'ear i ti'. ;t
*,:; 1"' t, i,' I II' L;'o ill<">' ta \\'m r' t, l>,

j %:! it:: l l : -'" l t' : t' ," ';l vl; ll s ilt

:' ,'; i t' lr ,''!l li '." I I' ") w h i,' i
i l i.'l: i fV l ll l iltt
'; \ :';I :atl ;' ,if .'i J I ', i'i ;li. l *mrr ilt

i t i ;;n". l : ;;l- ', l l\ : i oll 1
L- -

T. I < l i l ,i a ,>I : i' S tie ir tli l.
r .. i *I 'fe ly i (an\ rnln7.
:'l > l-. % I w \! 7, f ,\ r f llsl l,, it t -.l I i ll





IOU v rt "i 1 i' M ItS' !'*-' :il r: i. i t ill f.ijt in
I aill olII
Witat it ti v ;i.g : t !y ir. -CIl llir ago


MA ".ed. to BOLRS SHOW KINDLY SPIRIT.
,t1 ily n law11 PrloHlertlr Cnp r-nncy. Inelle
me tt I', tle ,,rl um (I 4. ,nd ,itor...
ly In the LonoN, Marcb l.-Wrb each defer.
n.uel enemies, y a sp ecialet ces.

a natter pondeut telegraphing from Pmardeberg.
tn at- one ruld sUp)ss the Bo.rs would
rto "y ave 3stroyed ther gunsoan ammuSi-
a.e.. to BOtRS SHOW KINDLY SPIRIT.a







home stu on bbre surreerig n The only.

thinT iutrLd. howu'ver. Aall a Vicisers-
hita~l I,'I MttmXl M Tni ,'. waicLtithad boon hic v a
Briti-n aheil.
y in the Lo n, Marcer a.-Wninerb ich literal.
i m'tti' dies, pondeot twereapb e from PardebI.en
Il" a- oil e w ewild inpep ithes by she Boer l
voi i v LjI a 'i Kiltd:y treated.
tw;ey Mid Wht.n tue order ewme for no Boeor
prr o ouyave to ro ss the iver to he sarLmm -
.tn is I.t itin b they tok lrre thaieri The oal
carrv ot i ~on-d. howLiter poswa pan VICan
towi mrt blaikt. turowini r athir rifle isato two.-
io -ow. dieis,. wo wqh;,r raduaily create, bro hbgeze
a reltail rovp rtit p e by B
with As- As ivtw rd had bsn swollen. by a
pri o1rot heavy cro the B ver* took off r t -he
ma tina- tr(' luer atyi wduded a hosit 'wTy coali
S<,ked r lik i ro ra thne than wps, pa

hp e wr blankterr. trowin in their wfl e so wme
rly ll nhr radal ucb crea tveneso h
lie tltL
Aa rai sant I enpimiort Tor.
stanrt As tral frd t tad b re-- sw ilei. by af
:rtthat heavy i-m-.; the oin with took tt' .r.-

it Own fl;okedttc -l pail rats.her an war. drug-

t Prod- Lj'Jt-" al" .41)(1 $1.its bcettl.-.
i re' F e,,r a lni te h a.u d *- antlie ebma ,la rttD-
1*"(t:r of .nrim aoit'benl looltnd writh i6(atir




iltr -k u lprrun u hcttportiven...

lMOZLY'S LMONn, Elixir. LII








he sebip take- I.etr:'n Elixi',.
,i i, a cAt thaj-ant I eman Toriet .
rt )f which pr arie from ti fro-,a ttir i ,
":rurh t- l~ein-d li.r totin* with otr hlutev-. -
oo'h' r. tble iunv-r $ t.ii s. tti thi drt -.. rit.m -
Mae own Atontia stuula.t?. ;ol ly <.;-








~prod- 1 1 ~ t$ 1iA x .e((&lp 4i-.t.
i a- Ir Ilave2un-t taken th.nd fl -rni~ for nier ml ed o lierd rou Th or pFlpttioxr curme l iourt fait tI








B SW r..attl vnedicn. I ewr u,'ed.
ip .t- Fr sJ.'H. les?1rr*- a:im neorvney.









uin* oiI. For ftreets., ialriiatn..d c C l.


-t* r-n r dir.




k-of-war _


nporary Mozlle.v'@ Lemon I'.lti ir
S, d- W .A. JanmiB, e-l Stzaion. Al..
.* N LS write..-: I lasve +satffre* mrr rtly
ibit i-s from Indirestion o' dymi'.epia,. m"ne
eu~tbom. l hmttA of Letont Elixir done- in Tmwore
voto- than a''.i th aniediinie I lLave
ever taken.
MOZLEY t0K.MU. 9NOWT DIROPN.
e flying IZEY l.IN )T l .
UL, Of 'ures IL f'.alugi, (t4d-.. IHoirse-
he mat- V.--,, Sore Thlro Brr4.chiti., Hem-
e trhage. F.atd all thr<*,t nld i)ug di--
e flying .+ ..*. ES tl,',. r e ashiMe..
klnwti 25c at draei-ts-,. Ir-p)ir i. only by
ts in his r)r. H- Moztev. \ti'It:..(;.
with a.
-- Bi yolirtfe one of / t o e
Vi w ith, hand3om trloi" ies
rhl ili'- .
H. st,. 'ro, .Mar.ton ') Finch.
Ve t-l -i
Q-eve-ral I will rqi..tr your w;.,tches tind
Swtjh- jew&'ry it fir;t-cla,.S -t le. J. I.
i-. th te'thenl s.
I(d ,f." M lti *, o. ,r-,., Atrentlon.
p c Pal "Th rer *,.il hF e-ia' lar itie,-tint f
S. Pal-
:t,0 P, n-f>*-ci? M ti,-al SKcit, I
*'f '-.2t A r H-"t t I nffice 'Ut
'. *' ck 7. T'ieid y., Mar I 13 a',
er *',i -" *
S oI .1- 'i* ir:ians are cordiall
I!'V.L., tr i't- (11.
0. W. MCMILLAS. M. D.,
er, :.a 1 Preaident.
r E. I.. lKi'CE. M. D..

elop.-. Secretary. 25mt

Ifpes. I/f t are ready to go to
h ouse-keepind. let .Marston
Tls 4 Finish furnish your house
C., with for you. They will save you


* C. BRENT.
President.


VWM, E KNOWLEB,
Vice-President.


W. K. YEI. JR..
Casbier.


J. 14. RFI -,
Ass%' t t-


First National Baiik

OF PZNSACOLA. FLA.



WM. H. KNOWLES, W. A. BLOUNT. F. C. BRENT, W. W K-HYJ .
D. 0. BRENT,






p"'We draw our own Bills of Exchange on Great Britan. L-e.,.
Germany, France. Austria. Italy, Holland, Spain. Belgium, Ru-ii.. -
way. r4weden. Denmark and other European countries.

l'rVessel- Disbursed upon the Move Favorable Terms. ar m .,
Obligations Taken Payable at Port of Deminatsto Ten or Fifteei. ,,, .
after Vessel Arrlves there.

F 'Safety Deposit Boxes for Rent in Conneatio',
with which we have a Private Apartment for the U a
of Runtnre.


Cold Weather
Coming. .,,, ,I
or rii.r ntil a I .t L. I \. ,; t,;i h y 0r.
I'l', -nap arr.v ,- n it ,. ,. Ill v .
l cIst u% t ,l u I.! ;I o '. *' t r i
(or Ih tli i < 0 i..i | t :l ;t-a iii;, fr, r .


0ompso07. Olsep 0 0o.
I ,ai,-r i :;

Coal and Wood.
I ice s tanl Yard: 4M. '..L r;nIr: / r i ,t
ainid IlAlroad I tr,,.-.


McMillan Bros. Co.


Coppersmiths,

General Metal Workers.


--TILL. Ma 0t u01 i f HNud for fte


Celebrated McMifan Seamless Turpentine Still,

Cauhte fitianw rauinr td"n1111tij.

MOBILE, ALA.




JJOHN PURDY,.

Foundry ai Machine Shops,
('NNTAAI, WHIAKF, COK. JaI. ER4-N A'I P'IN HT xE1.,
Telephone 34R. -:- Pensacola, ia.

|Yrr '- C4'. 'I'IN(i, Ll'M. IRFI TRI'('KS. SMALL CHILLED D
f 'ar 1Vb>eIs. Vood'~antd fro)i ?iPlltv nr. Han -r4. H fa-,turd to Order in First-Clas-, Workinastlike Manner at Reao)n-
bi-* fatt-..
Dealor in Machinery, Fittings and Supplies for
Stationer" and Marine Application.


WAlTEDO. PROFESSIONAL OARD8.
W to bsy 1 hMis if osWM Dr./mareellu5/ BTLreary.
hid Fwrptw, i rchilrtas, IcA.
Udrm BIT i: Physicial aid i lsl.
Ke-- dK nci.il. w21W -rt vir lr"-"t

OlPERA H OUSE. *>."- W o..mbrilultl.g. lit'

FrMay Eve., larch -. at 8 '(iiL Da. WM. 0. D ,wmB RTy.

Sr OO-Hamuak Bre.' Drg Store.
IIDIDE90 -400 JLaekson Stret

Wm- a.H. am, IN.-D.9
Chaplain Jones, U. S.N.,
01 the Ha".&J-.hip Tex;t. ail Sircu.
(Indr the E x;u-iv,- Ml i-mnt Late of OXal. lIa..
lif sh,-( -i.tral Lv*tiien Huria ta. tor Offers his profmlessiom ik rvile,. to th.. cr
ti- h-nD-tir t t 4 h 'hurita:tb- In. of'li-, l 1 n col|) .
t1-ti n of ttr -;t. tp .Aeh l tlo v lR n to the tr i n;-


e.-?..f-rv-ie l a,t'-,. 5.' ;iia d -.; c-ith -
GOtieral atlts, <-oe, na. .5 ce i..
""" .


THE


Place F


Womrns and C'bitllrti.
Thirty Year' sm ractlice ii tbheI loi- '
Itmce" Hours:- ipa. to 12i ni.. ,t, i p r
Besldewo Phone No. Il2.
r nf.-R i lmn l k... .*


F..AOAl D Wilmer S. Hall,

1I 0ea I DENTAL SURGEON.

or Pensacola bmis Temple. Ph. 364.


imIi man Imso


Choice Family UIIWLiS BBB51,


GROCERIES GENERAL INSIUIL


--' AT-

The Well-Known,

Up-to-Date Store


-A&ND-

Real Estate Agents.

PENBACOLA. I LA.


REPREsBBNT TWNTY-TWo ,F ,
LEADIN G FIRl, LIF, MAE"
AOCIDEET, PIDELITY,
SILASS AND TXrAM BOILEK
S& C eoo., IUXANC COMPANIES. .

120122 g 8ll ( fte E
.4)-120-122- ii f t

P ilrkarTeTnmA 4 v4AAd4* W_ -_*. -


Tel*spho-n No. 147.


Buyers to Buy


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8 THE DALLY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 2,1900.


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MEN OF MARK.
RuuAcUl Sace say-~ in a reC'PtI: interview
that hsblxmf od t'aith i-; ch at' Lii 1-iy the
fact that he had a.,i-ee~lu.I eceeial funrtionp.
William Kerr tof' lie i j!-iC-C i-t ill plir-
Fuing the trade ,-f v thi aki t tho
age of S*- iu ft,'-1- ;1; -. 1 %erk It

TheUmtiat A. Li.- 'e'.fii--t hit cc- c-rn-
tngs u ere e W ]htsl-go'.je et fietoni A
toriegI'r lil Ue.ced 1 f.,:, thi, i PA e 4 1 c e, The
wow U fanc'ei. -o ,- 'cbcN lt~ ht.-! b-h' aid
irtiircid~m C' - I1 -'I. - i
:T vioe. gieI.. 4 e o -4 l e tI c ii'Il

Jeehti ( 4 a'- -f X' 'j.- Y k. I i


bo i I -. - --
C'l, l'L:.c,;Z";
i ""ivuC'r' I - ,I t't!-: t.;


a e :eil ic-7


-e-ne'i'n i ii --W..- -c-


I' it W I .1 Ce
cme rc; .cL ia. lI I I t Ioij t o
t Cjt e'Ae. c! 11.tIcW,1

tol-t! I It t


it Avon. h-1641. -e l tc.e"ot.e'i P e
l~c- iarc~y~i~e jc'. kati,-r'-ii. tco it
172.1,too 'o



S Machtim-, to partiL,.pate in the Maidi

Hr Ann.- Ilin gay, l1. miteIr-oilto Esars.
I)uuwfxisvy&5 C
it c i agart--~ir, lo;!, costa. to tlairt., Duin-
iwodV .& 1 4
Nor LDovro-, -.&&. Larson,. to W L Wittilieh
It Iwu.' (u-.an'. 11-17, Lararotta. to order
%(oI P' rtgt-m.4e71. Arim,-'tCe undo-t-to ordtci-
Nor Fi ieeilen. s ujgiahi,-. to or ler
Nor He-itos.. te, Niels-tu, to W m~ Keyser &
Nor ltM511-'. ~j. Ano-1.r-ot. tco "[I,(ce
IZu- tie-higa t. 412 A ktri t.did, LO VeDNeaeCOhi
Nor ILady (slya ty. 127-, Jiicubse-n, dl Ifor
Duindee
Nor 107$hce'-77 2', -iid -c-nti t'eW t
hey-'l-'r it 0cC
!Nor Ml iia 4, '.to r her
Nor hltrgeret,'Lte. )2 are-wii. to IW s
keyier & to
N w\lct \ %%ay,. .lf-Icl-.'ee~pn. tel WVS 1%, t.



IedI II'A lice- I' c -17- I.ttl. le Itit-
IC h-' i~e~ -7tet-ittoo Emidar-, tDin-
Neer I ..- oo-Tc i a ei1d 'te S Kc'et-

A titet


HrlIi ;-- 7t. It rou r. t et I' i iitt~l

ht't -- c Ce

Ait ti, id t. N -a ;:ti );-n: Ai tit- ryl. e-, anc, 'te
sold deo .e%'1 1 8dlIV c fic MlICIII.-
h eIIes I'~
IL trett''r'FLc 1 41C rt-?c
N- ,%ice ie-'-! en tit,4 11: cc. %% at Ice t I d c c
.-r .eceiii. t \ ete-- e mA c t

hr. IcC

-H I es P4
f cti,i,!i'e ii r.'tlri. 1.1 lsto !c.]a n h-
H011eeleItt, .Ll hI.Ge PVCIttr'- a


1-nd outi w -1 t. A %- li'e h ,,I.- 1


Ne u' Yet i%. ':? ci El: nI;I.ii~..
'[hii ln ti ef 1*c- 4t .1 1' 1, h-Ie h 1;1, C ,f 1.1
4-N1 ;It** '-Ii~cc. -'I 'I t c i ll;! '-:I-. I-c
.1 a Tit'ii'.-.. )I:ic-'- ee I, a S Ic'o-iel:1
it' I te'ist -e.:I -eI'*- k'-ir i' e'I v I I .--t I
B!I I'p'el. ef- tie, I i lei!i Ide' a I I .,. el
"I lit-ani 1441 f, !.41nIi-C-I a l,


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S Ie '_ It e I I'",I. ---",-..f :I

p I.( I lcI il I%'--n rx e!':"vl It ~ 'ii



a It'arne.d sot'-l'4 join w it-hi .:~
I .ClVI i tI p'C t PcI I PI e1 1 tl e et1


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i't I'. I- ilrhTA i



;ur (s'Jir cc -ui.--'- ialc ltl -.1 i t~dl'
~ ~ ~ I IfI. : ;I'-do ~' #4re too-m. An
hi- Ch lirizui cu90-1 -tir'I ct
%-'101 erceupl. Neet 1i dul;z lt' deleIt
i:1. 'he eI0 ."O4.t; etc!e ~i'll ~tooV-II#at
leiie'l A r li i- ,w#.!imri. le cc.l4eli
:# baittlor cf I if* t wilwerlafiti,'lz 'Cg&

Tarr. iti a fe-w eei.-m- ho.-retut noii.--
to RI i 1.- dk-ect-)r ti-'t-'& wit a 'eh~ A
t he Chitea d w '- II In-'tu,1 itettpr TheI

famitly ha-;i -! -. t c TIt'ecllfltiet- ide d
('hataberlain CliuvioICte..w#-ti v to
their nooi.-ilibetr-. atid elfrleild% 11111,1he
has.., -1 e eitIt t~tiit d emtit 1fetr it fre Im
that t trt cif Ith- c' i! uit! v-. Fr -ale-
hV I-ja 1ill Bt r---.. ?" -th Ii l'a haex
t rev t.
I'01,( C(I 1 h ii l.eii 1e Ses /)7'O/-
crlyp.tted for i oilr eyes h(/1(t
arre a comfort and aL ,le(tX-
are to wear, bY DIr. 11If"il-
Cox, thle Optician, at E- .!
.'Indersen 's, .Jeweler-



I TI V I co-'I-1`ee iltlt-' Fcituit us
H i t -,-m I 't w i t 1 1" -4W1

DURHAM Cigars have
been tried and fire test-
ed. D'Alemberte sells
them.

Coffee' Coffee'.:
If 'eC'(li te itiee ntifh(i1M e

/,t P)?i D I II. ~ -


Vt ~t~v'ci\Mlr-n I -Julge B-art.
1.11 iis rO-lee-CYi notice fr sw Ammi'ttaut
Por-twut~er 4ecnerat Sne'&,enter~zer that
in a'cxaewith tlb. rr anise ainde t,-
hi-.ini a-we hars a-'*ree t urs. 111i. d
iv'I~e v 1t o 'fl B.,lteic ti .- CI IUIT'
kia. Nlars-h -:'ac. '%ie&nqthad 7:.
Olo1vo% t 4i me- -- !iute-I a Yi. r-cu'te'
! re ^to e-Irv wit. th Iiw:1i te ar
'.-rpjic-T--.- -g'-aa. wA-.o- r


POLMITCL ANIOIICIIITL
For Mepesm-batie.
I horeby annonc le nwvaelf ana condidato
for Ateprte-b'ntativo-f hCcawmtils Ciounty in
thek# 1,lviimat u r. bubject to the Diemocrat ic
rriwa, es.

Four *heriff.


MARITIME.

Per -- T~reglie'ld. 144,. l-,tory. ('arid!f to
B&Aa".i Oll 'R' dy of('10
tun to utI I 'Iransit C
SAlT Ie t
Nor tc'.' Opf.-p.ia. Pe.j-'n-rt-'- Ant'"'
It teA Ti-tiit~tigo' ,gca' utiet
IltuegmcesA3 rc-"
%N-r -"lip 'Iitrrai K cilp. Hue-nc. Ayre-i
it Ilak 4k;Cu.!i, ;0t.zan -e Fe era .'alno.
Btit-nc,'. A y C-f
br I tai NF ~cc ic e !--.W ...Hasit% o c 6, ita. FtI
de FiuC 4 to,-.IMi

]'e-it- ,-Lcce :n I iii e-r 4 eo. 14 r to iv .eC w 11



A ol. it CiC a"Iiiie t tif e'.% tm'-iiiliee --1 4 h
Ttc fi ms. !-tccl'I i ,e'-N e-.I. 11111 !3 v"--t I -*- eI
t r -it ecs i I reis atirctC'c Ci rpip -a.:
r t.Ii-o x-ierHe la igl i I--Ijo sfj -Ctitirce. 14olt-,
tC'z. A hif iat. D'Ie-11b lt-' :1 c-el,4''-
or hk i it i-,I'. -en Fi ie'elC tt e. 1' itll I
Ice I. f-ltli- i t Ze- *
Aer -k Tce W 'k 11.ii i N- .Ie-cIN R e. I' ,
Netlti teer'-4 Ce T !;ei MC A.'A'it:'.tee bit i .-



THlE NSUWPLNtG.
-'PS114K L~h ;.1Fu HY
BTRAN-'4P .II"FS


I liere-tiv anntou l~'ic-inoi '- xl Ia', -''-Oe-dat,
fm-n ne-e-v-c't imli tl tlee -ce'ct-tug'' el'hit-i it!WtI'-,-
vatn it)lim ('ecttit-gI-, IIdaeeic. ind I tca tlbs' '.uf-
I ia2t'' a~ei IIttere7-t t ofsli I nY'-i eaclc..


oir sihberiff. i
I h terchy announce myself a candlidlate for
-..'hiriff of Escambbia county at the ensuing
election. .1. C. 'A.NI' Tr.
Fi-'r Clerk of the Circuit Ctiurt.
I her-hrv annotune( myself a' a candidate
fe-r r-*-lecltion as clerk of the circuit court
of E:.ttia 'ount tLl' t y the numii leetioni
aud ask tLe support of tlh-' voter'
A. M. M.(MII.l.AN.
IFor Circuii Cle k
I iinowl(nellr'p inl' en(diiili' fer Clerk of tht'
<4'ii'U!! Co' rt of I 'Inhtilittl,| -ct>ltv. Ut i.lte-v
to] th,- ai lllon of thi en. f h.1 I *'L iiloeri'tic *
prliiati 'se. C. I.. I >.. ANIMI' .I..
Fewr Circuit (I rk.
To, tIheV \'vt. r-t o(f El.,eatihii i I nivr: n
I liir.-,+y aninoimicet mv-.lf a 'ca'tIidate' forr
I hi o:vlle of cl*rk of thei cir'uit court E'f
I-:eHin'tlitta (countv and '.ill llie- IldI0-ed to
hliV* the? sutipport of l iv frie-nd andiirl the-
v'cter-r ri, rllrlly. .c)tIN lDe 1. (, 1 -A.
lo,r Tax C oll-c-tir.
I hlerc'tiy nnoune( tinysel ;is a tindidatoe
f,,r re-ie'lctioni a' Tnx Ct'o lector oef ';,-'cta-
thin countii. itivI a'k the iuppurt of mny
fr:'cds aid voters generally.
A. H. I'ALKMIlMET.


I'e#r Tax C..Ileetor.
'The niar'v friend, of Juridgell V. H F itnnzf
haviangr ehiti~nee ise conslenit hereby an-
noiie.-fl' him am a em rd idate for Ta't ('olIe~ctor
ofi Eicantbia county iit(itheensitimse e.'Itit en
MAN.Y %'JT~tki
For Tax Amullwe.mer.
I hereby annoutt- my'elf a., a candidate
for Tax Ag.*'eimr of l'Er-iititbis county, sub-
jeet ito the act ion of the fliniocratlc prima.
rit!,. It elected I t x tie,'t tdI m-t t let appro-
htition of the tax payers and will do my
duty Ili every detailias I did when I held
tbe offie before.

For Tax Aaaeae~r.
Th+- candidacy of William W. Itichardft it
hf-reby otogi)ufeted for re-.-ltc~imi at; tax ah-
%4-%tecj for E-eaimhaa county. subjhecL to tile
iuitioli of the democratic primiar.t.'~
For Coanty Trr'auuater.
I hereby announce nit meif Hs't and~idalk-~
for renomai nation am r tsra'iarer fit E-cambia
4E)1I it V. %uhjeJLtotit itde~cl'coi tit thebe .'u'.u -
dilttociri. tl**prai 'stry el-ct lioii a irt i t-'wt-L-
(itil Av'olilgcitthe etlpport of I li.. e %t t-ief tel
ce'liiv. plo-diging nmt-t-ltf for lth' future the'
'.niiie'fatil i ll Iperforilnia ~c"of (fillvt that I
h 4v- id"ieAl oitd to f1111111(IIIr iig n-tiv pl'it
tonuirs of t le 'fl1ct'. J. W. kt
Foer J ustit e of i he I'Pteav. -
I hi*l li ll % a i('t II'. ':ii el n ieqe'v foi r'---
foer t "th-. I t'vi Ilet.! net. *uht-)Jf tot tthe ti 1
tion of b-tliv oiii iit zing Iii flht-i.
.t 1. ,~ iE? itIBit I KP INj .'.N' :
A~t th-' -eigL'''tioliof iitiuit-'ou'% fI", 1!11
.- I + lii fwl't of 'e-eel L .' ctt eli-trii't. "ult-I,'t tOr

h. ciol of;h Itao I S ll nlnetmv

I''Tb'' ete' t f Pu'inldic feii~trtcl~m
vo'1~lttetiiiftyandl(Iacsk the-'upji rltof iai.
fti.'zid% ulii' tr' nicai .I..idi
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P .r _-upg. ril ga .'t~lf-Itt 1I' isI )I Iu l

1'e tlio 'Voetre r%(f h--etitleia (teCultuiti I
!1..t"''- v tlil;)II(efit'''iii.tfa 'allioiielate feltF,
he'etieegitee! licetccllief.'oe' ee l lity' ftp-ttt-i
(cIt f pItII"'d in'iz trucio'tleeu a will Il l-e
iteet-dte it lvt' ttie %utipliort of tmyv ri.'emtl
e'rittit' primiu r~.;v-e'h'twn-t. N. I1. C' 4 i.
For :'Mi-'ueviler l"4'Iieeelt' car~t.


The frin-id- dof Mi: .1. 1. Sl Cw.A i:I, of .l"':I'-
nilt Htill. l]hi: Itl! e Il '- ,l r- I I'IIi t,
Ih e tv atilpo llli'ee hi s i 'tol l lv for lltll-
h !r of tIhe' I'.'lambilia Ccoity -chool loeid
f r thei i niithirl n ''i-tril'. -ileh e l1o i. t iac-
tIec oe thie' elt'itociatilt' plrnli ies,.


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0 RACKET STORE.


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S-PARDI 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 taity line of Ladies' Shirt Waists
in all colors and prices.



Our Stock is Immense!









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The A big line of Ladies' and Children's
Slippers just received.



Carp In Men's, Ladies' and Misses' Footwear
We are Invincibwe are the Leaders.





















This makes our Success.
Mail rdr Millinery, t

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COHEN, FR'iDIV AN & CO.A .
B The finest and most complete line of
II Carpets, Mattings, Curtains, Window
^ Shades, Etc.


Yon are Cordially Icyitel to Vit nr Jaimmiotk Estatllsiirect


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

':f:. Mail (Order- l'rrxin tlv Atte.'ide' t,.

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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.



211 lct. Infainti' and C'hildrin'. Half
Wool l'iindershirt-. regulat-r 41' talUe
lli cl dot Ladce-'. Mii's ailing ("ill e-lr. >.
Mii-tk and lTai. Full .-oatinl*- i- o. ,
i t.ullar I'1, goodtn. forI thi -lst


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F MVtA .E 1'fteeen acre% .in we-qt,. Ii -i
urb". ftechitimbr havou 4bieti. tan bV)
sold on rea4Vy teriit.an. lti at a hramrigi. I Il-i
C. Wageeon &At'.. lt:t!
44RSLE-Th" vulit ee m eeirait-opIw
I th i 'y cton e'a'v terint.. by t ho 0i Ihe'
Heal leK-4tateti Agoene'v. 1,. al.. Wil-itei. %fat-

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iTADITE10- All hinea of empty eutlar:
%Vwklky bottles. .A.11falwn-xiANz
noirlttl
~IANT P1'-4L.d beer bogwoo as *fl!CtI-ib-
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A ftgie I Ki ti,'-r lc'rii-t. I-i teno oleic'ui-f
It'% Onti tt'rti IIIit5e re--.le-'uc" t atthe- 'e
I1"I'(i Pof 'etefecx aid lftekia d trvi-r%. e---
tra ki''-' onriJsck'.ot. TermaS'. to)epe'r lttorit.

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coI ri ttier -M!m-outod 4 t'vitilheivii %t '
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street.

Eleglant bed room sets. I
cheap Ones, whiclierore 4yo/'
want, at Ma1(rston 4 Fin c', -h


OPERA HOUSE:0

ONE NIGHT ONLY!

Wednesday, March 7.



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In Dthe Enoriiar-u'Iy Mir.-. !. -


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for ,be.riff If *'.*.-cfinlites County. tIIid re-
-.peotfully *.k tb" support of iiyv fe-Iltds
and voter c-f the ('"i unty. If Ievtetl- I a ll
cischtairge the dutite-nl of Smait of i' otll-lict;y,
Lfi.ily anId itnpalrtially.
W.H. lit r,-it Is.>v.
For Shertif.


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(itlliiit. %or a.. Id I i'evtwoeeie. tan _'W
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