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PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY AFTERNOON, MARCH 9, 1900.


NO. 30.


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GEN. JOE WHEELER


ON THE PHILIPPINES


Says Islan.s Are Ready For

Self Government.


TERRITORIAL FOR I BEST

<( ro- t I'6il* iatls 'or 'Tr.atIr- 1:tnitl
Our 4(.attiw.y it) tie l:..',,-lelaervre
'liit l s% lttsa Ner ritu, L'.'g;,rAlleledl
I' ,,-;> "r'.. y.
Sa I': \\ l'n, 3i;ir"h 's -General
J' .-'pil V't-ier Iav'ors ;:vingv tue Phil.
it piies a t rritraal lirmn of govern*
u .-ut. S.Jii u :
"1 h-., vt' the >'.i~eot; are r"ady f r a
-rr:'a3 : .i'ni nf i, ?f govrn.ent. Tuay
't 1i '.* g:v. n the power to ;ma.ik laws
uLI ier aNuiih a i.-yasttm i.a 4zovelinient as
itas Lben adopted for .,ur territories.
Tne iun:c:pad governments are at in
ILt hands o: the natives and they get
alcng without trouble or friction. Un-
..eor a tertiorial form the islands could
be Dtent controlioi."
lie reviews cia i:npr-ssionv of trade
possibilities in the Orient as follows:
"England, RUssia. Germany and
France have braved war and pestilence
in efforts to secure a share of the wealth
which will come to them by commercial
relations with these people The treaty
of peace ost upon us the responsibility
of sovereignty over from 9,000.000 to
1,000,. people, together with the
islands which they inhabit, count talng
an area three times that of our great
and prosperous em pire state.
**Very unaturaily tere may be honest
d;ffereun'e o: opinions as to whether
everything has been cinuiucted during
tihe two years in accordance with the
hihsat w.isleoun and best judgment,
bu, there hliould be no questlau among
the Amnrican people as to the duty and
wioloi of now uIitinlg in a determined
et" rt to tak" ho 1aitlation as it stands
and to etnduct thie affairs of cur coun-
try as to ana tLe most to its glory,
hc'nor, welIaire andi property. It is a
friendly trugi. e for commercial so-
p-enia'y, in waicn our rival nations
r.re usiun their best etTort,. and I say
let us in a fr:.ndilv bat determined
stpirt ise our best efforts also.
a0r Pa:ific c.ies a.-e now facea to
face with the eastern shores of A-ia.
1 i- N c-rai-uan canal will bring our
.f t ro, t&i u-.:rr to them than those of
tlp A\', tivt'i and Elurope.
V l ;: Minilt as a great depot steam-
ers fro:ui tih.tt emtporium could reach the
con:::.!'.::a ports cf eastern Asia as
r.a is:- as it canl bt done by Lnghsh
steoiniors fromnI Honv Kong.
**It seems to nie b t there is but lit-
tio limit to the pos -ib httes which are
'before us and we are certainly justified
in the belief and hope that the United
-tates ii on the eve of unparallel pros-
perity.'
Dr Bull's Cough Syru? cures the most
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IRISH PAPERS ON VICTORIA.
Conifl etig Comma-n(s on li-r Mmjes.
ty's Proporsd Visit.
itt i..;v, March 3.-The newspapers
of thui city give rather a chilltng recep-
tion to the announcement of the pro-
posed v:sit of queen Victoria to Ireland
next mnitth. although the commentsare
perfectly courteous. The Freeman's
J(Lurnal says:
"1'he chivalry of the Irish will ensure
a re'pecifa. reception, but it is %ilncisi-
ble to conGratultiie her m jestv yon the
epportanilty con(sen far a ro;al visit
after a boycott so iong and persiatently
maitutained."
The Daily Independent says:
"The Nationalits witl have no other
desire but that her majesty should re-
ceive at the hauds of the Irish a re-
spectful welcome."
T'ue Daily Express, after remarking
that the visit is intended as a most
marked and most notable expression of
her in tjesty's indebt-dness to the "gal-
aint Irishmen who have serve i her so
uobhy in her hour of auxiety." cordially
assures the queen that she will recet.va
toe heartiest weicome.

GRIEVANCE AGAINST MILLS.
Kne x Woollen 31il 3.y il8ve e <',lne
I'ronilei Wiltl Iabhar.
KM\.X'i.tir. March t .-A represent..
trion of tte national! hiadquarturs of the
A'.tericaun ledcraiion f L1,-ibor met a
locA.. lodei of th"e r-der .iast n:ght and
s.tu 'ti'o ed t ,,% a.:!'i n .f certain moom-
.eer in e- !:t.;i: a '' r. -V.in ''' aga:~.st
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THE BIBLE CONFERENCE.
Coesteol Sehllmelinmau One of the
IU le~ngufthb edi p.ikers.
ATLANTA March S.-The arrival of
Dr. A. C Dixon of New York and the
Ctun'i chimiaelman cumpiotes the
i i ot visiriig speakers or the EBb:o
conference now In se.i sun at thde aLer.
aa,,;e Bawi-t church in this city.
AmoU; tause WLO are Leer frr the
; urpose of p.rticipati::g lu tih cuafor-
ent' are:
N. I Bro.guton. prorriotor of The
iLb.ica.i -, oreior; Rev. B D. Cray, D.
D., 7 i7',--< fthe i X',t Baptiit church
onf JA ugham,. Aia.; l-v. Willamu
Lunil',ir,. D. D.. of Buwling Greon.
LK..; lev 0. A. Nunnuaiy. D D. pres-
I ltnt of 'he Li'Grange F'mala cm..ge;
I!-v. A. B. V:taghn, D. I) of C snton,
tGa.; Ilev. J E B.irnaird. 1)", :a.stor
(.f the Firs; Ilapiis6t churcui : Annisten,
Ale.; R v. Ju au In;,l.. ersa o: M:.-on;
i.v. W. C.i"wthnrn of (aiir.an; ievZ. ..
8 Jester ot crt V.tlley, and i6v. Mr.
Moscrief of LiGra:iaoe.
Dr. R A. Torrey sp k.o at 10
o'clock tht4 mnrniua. Dr. A C. Dixon
at II o'i:t 1:, the Ciottess 'b, himniel-
nian at 3 o'riock in tihe afttnnool, and
at 4 o'clock Dr. Torrey again prtAechedl.
Dr Dixon and the Countes chimn-
me.niin slip ki tonight.
T're *iCeetnaig are largely atrtnded
and grAt uin forest is mamuiifted.

OUTPUT TENNESSEE MINES.
rho-p>hat( Shows (VGrotelt LGsin For
th1. Past Y.er.
K%'*XVIz.L:, March 8 -Assistant Com-
miasioe-* of Liber R A. Shiflets has
about completed his report of mining
operations of the state for 1899. The
report shows the tonnage of coal mined
In 160l) to b3a .737,134. a gs:n of 641,886
tons over 1I89 The coiket production
was 44i)., u7. a gain of 47.3fl3 tons over
IS9S Tne totai caoh value of last year's
coke was s'itk). 73
The pbospha:e industry shoLws the
great-est prope.riiouate gian, i s total
mnnai;g w t 46,J.u61, a gin o! 1900.3;0
tous over 1h6 Tlums industry was won.
deriully advanced last year. T'he ton.
unage ~f Ir. ore, a;l varietie-, was tit;;,-
14J. a ga- i of 49.77) over 104lu The
anurnber.of employes engaged in mining
in Te.ine.se last year is given as 15.-
614 't;i report of Commissiouer
Su4a4t i .will ie off tue press :n a mcuta.

CHINESE CONSUL PROTESTS.
,-'Uys ( ia ir.tnCtlo ei f t( lii at ewii In SSian
Vrriti:seuo Ottrageots .
nfse cot.n!ul ger'.'ral Lere ha IsFsued a
rr.cla:mation which is inaecred by the
six cctupantes. protesting agaitist the
ar:ou lof the board of health and poi:eo
in quaran'ining Chinatown bocau'e of
the discov yry of :t %,uspecifd case o( ; t>-
beonti. pl.agco. He s~.y, he oas isuves:-
gated the matter and finds that the m:an
,:1i of a commrion ai:ment, afier an
o'lera;;oa had been p'rfor:odi. lie de-
tl .resth.at thert: s no excuse fur the
b,.ckad; wil:h has been placed ou the
. u;'e:o quarter and says:
S aOj.d tnis outrageous c-nd'uct be
cian'nued, I widl invote thle protection
o' the treaty now existing between the
Ul':ed MtateR a'id China The city
b1 arti of health has decided to Anforce
.the tiit.irnTiie in Chinatown with the
'greatest p sslbl, strictluess.

B:ST OF ALL
T<, ,I :, thi -y-t,.n in g ? It lt
.'ils trii'y bhentficial ml inlt r, whipni
t ;.. Spriligtinm co(Ineps ut-f the truf-
;aitn i>p-rtect remedy. Syrup of Fizs.
Buy th-i genitini-. Manufactured I y
thei ('.iliforniia Fig yrup 'Co. only.
;nld for sale by all druggist-, at 5oi
S*nit-< per bottle.


POLITICS CAUSES QUARREL.
('andidatres For Goversnor Fall Out
Ite Joint lD)russion.
LITTI r. RR(CK, March 8.-A special
from Texarkana relates an exciting in-
.:.deut in connection with a joint dis.
cassiou by Democratic candidates for
governor of Arkansas. Attorney Gen-
eral Jefferson Davis took exception to
some of Colonel John C. Fletoher's
statements contradicting Davis' asser-
tions Later Davis invited Fletcher to
his room at a hotel and it is alleged pro-
posed a personal altercation. No blows
were struck Davis asserts he told
Fietcher not to speak to or about him
again.

WANTS TAX EXEMPTION.
Wealthy Corporations Propnies New
Iielustripr For llrislol.
KKtia[_LLF, March fs -The Virginia
Iron. Coal and Coke company has prv-
pa. sad to the city cunncil of Br:stol,
Tenn., that it it it exemrpto, from city
taxation on oew industries for five
years. it wil, estallish a cnuiter of new
enterprises in Bristol Tnese w;ll em.-
pioy from 53'0 to 1.000 men.
The conncii iast night To. k the mat-
ter under advisement and w:;i scon a *t.
l'ne compar.v non owns tenu irln far-
nacs near BEr:s:.n iae .is:nre of the
-:.w iDn ';rier is not kI:own.

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ARmTHUR W. DVNN.

We hatve saved mma tivocotor bilk
since we began using Oiamberlain*-*
t'(uscli Remiedy in acur hlinim. W
ki-ep a boattle open all tho impLul and
whbeliever atilof(if mvfam ilylv or nv-
-;t-l begin to catch coid w"' begin to
!i-v' the C ough RItemody.'.anil :#%a are-
iult we lie'..rF have Ofaa '"iad aWay for
ai tlq'(tOir and Iiiaur a large dioctir'
hill,. for &'laiatubrl~a if's C, (u:trh Rem-
ed vmv t-a'.ar- Nti l-4to 'i. It i-4 ce-r-
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oli mY '.'liii; d i eag wit I ai a'tal ia.1-w11i rle
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4aettje-- of Electric' Bitts'r- li:t14 cured
'Itr-. Hcwra i~f -cro'efttlli, 'a. Iiich had
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1.t-ri jul.' s(r(s'4woVuldi br e-ak ut on
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Atlienion. C'andidatec.
E v-'".y candidate for ciountiy attice
;- ra (iu -ted te o atte lt a Iii).- tiart, at
aher Ilice of Jud- T. IT M ullarh
it 7T:: o'clock. Tue-day .M;.rch i:.
(- '1 inple-to th i- plan-s forr the pli-
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Hlandsome peic/titrU i',Wo-
a-brac, etc., in endless ar-
rai aft rock bottom prices at
Marston r Finich's.


Who is Rader ?

He's is the Furniture
Man.

DUJRHAM Cigars have
no equal. For sale at


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2 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 9, 1900.


EMPLOY)VMENT OFFICE.
Ring up 3s2 or call mtt the office.
11 North Palafssx -tr#-et. whpn in
need of a earpt-nt#-r. 1*. 1). Hs1Tuiffaiu.

with the dc-ir~d !i-1;v uti shoat fl4-
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GAS


RANGES


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All Connected
Ready for Use
for...


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ew comers
up house-
keeping these Ranges
are just the thing.


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


P llACOLA GAS CO,


No. 3 S. Palafox Street.


James Huglhes'


Boiler Uforlks


Steamboat and Sawmill


Work a Specialty.


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THE H I RKE: A 0MY(C, F iS i.

MISS IDA PMIC.A-,


Best Pateat Flour.
Ouir J''f!I II Rowia


mnill.


the 11(1rA'c!.
.411 waiia'1e A'1 h(). LE.


very C(o.

Phone 10-5. PQ)lf"1


Rtulesf4)?-'Lent.
All the faithful who 1,,d-ve cciii-
ple-tt(I their twenity-first year iLnd
who )have not l..to-g'zn the-Ir !-ixtieth
yo-.-r. autiI i har#'. t 12dfr im.
t he obliaatifon 4)f! C .'tinL- by -Ic'l-,n.~
hard W''I k (or o~th. r wt 11 1, owu ret-i

:t:,.-.- day- !)at -11- :4111 ~ i

-'r timin cI~seclatf-. and41aii1i211A h"ecp
.o bread (ir a crack* r. t., lo4- t ik-t .-un
Oit. nlitiTlg: ar:din ta~t.- 'Ve'L'I1iZ,
pairt eel 3.n s'rditiaryinat-al. t.-a ;i'sw.-'d.
milk, etrg- andi all kind-, (of trInt.
fl-.h and vezootalble., ar.-., l.ew-.d
W~heni the- principal mie~d camni''t
without grave inenI~'itv ietweito+'
taken att 11im n1.it is permiU 'siblIt, too
take the collation in tihe unornming
anrd the diminer inItht. ('X'f'ljl-
Absetiiern.'tfrtiom tim ii-i 4.! i1t--h
i!. ezajtuint'd till all thfe Wo,'(IiI4-'-daIyQ
and 1"ridav- of l1eritt and tii ti1 h tl
urday 4)f EiI-r et-k :aud o)ii Holy
Sa turd ay.
The .ut,- 4, Lintrdi- all' ewi'di~i eq('4(k-


l-im-lu ,a.1 lit!h are not it llowe] ait

he~ u.-pd f-vt ryday%. but a! ,-.thneznce
tio 471all otht--ce i- Fl(i-c.nieii-'d,-d 4o11
Per-' i.;exe-mipted from ti:5 -, 41) -
.r;iti''n of fa-til.g al-' iiit bound h:..
Wo er'-.trictiitliA44 11i n mat hill
.7I;C4(, a.(hit' 'loltl *e (ay- ill Wilift'h the

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Ca thotli- vXX Ii ti, col4011' to) t at
Year-, f i-cretvi'n are' l)''ilPi t-t
to-iid- litiomt t'e !ir-t Sunilay tl i-f
till Tlrainizt -Sindaj. irit'n-.i'v-.. C~iil-
dren -ii'4'4r -. X'vil year- i~f a:ie a[',
fe--Mattil. Ia1I-:1. -l t all
11-d:1- tjuY,'

-.,i411 from the world and it-; aim--'
ilnelt-;. a di f t :li-4t'l alxiu-'ul% 11!
hiA"lT4 14 ICthe I :ited Statt for -t4

4 4'41X .the &.t nnina i l vaw t '
--utc, -i di-pt-n-.'vd fr'min :h.- tb-
the y'.'far .Xi'pt I-hd'a~y-. Ao Ii
\VvIiednv v.&!.Holy V- ant~li's1I"-
um v 4xh4-iit Wonrtellhe 'adlk!"Pnaiill- .
Li.ai of0h ifa-tin, who, ~re' -i1.': *
fi-;h andi0- -h i :ttisth -.11-.it' It
vi(wiLal w-..i'uiien ill wVi-,'- 'fakv'r it
girantte-d. but allthe ilit-nkowr- t! lMi-
families a', %Xe-Il. l ii return it i- ( x-
pt-ctpd that thmp ewho avail Wotn:-


4t4d izthia'.tt u ltwill o414 yt an lito
C-Ior f nt b- voluntary''t.2 1.' (if motI
Up~ loaspI;i thy It Ci\1istht 14E'

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To Be Pretty?


RUTE$TION, hADIES I


for Infants and Children.
The Kind Ynu Hlave Aliv.ay Il: ':ht ha-. 1.'rni.t h z ,,;
ture of Cl; FI ,c l. t ; r, u;is! li.t b, 'n i:;..t Iuittr :
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In Use For Over 30 Years.
TVm CPeTMau compaNY ,T VmUaMav S6TT. ftW YOMM TC.r



Chas. HI. Turner.


-**ARCHITECT*-


General Contracto.r


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Management of E. B. Morey.


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reddened by heat. florid


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GENERAL INSURANCE GROCERIES


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KYRYALPILLS
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PRESENT TWFENTYi-TW4, (IF THE
LEADeINO FIR]'. 1LI'F. MAKIJNF.
A CC 11)ENT. 1- IIELITY'. PLATE
LASSS AND~ STEAM UOILEiN IN-
SURANCE COMI'ANIES......

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The Well-Known,
Up-to-Date Store


E--TZ & )-.,
HENTZ & CO.,


-:-120-122-r-


E. Government Street.


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

q4q qs' pY4qpM 4cy,
"2:7" u' th Pal.fox St.


Indigestion!
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    THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 9, 1900. 3


    THE STREET CAR TROUBLE.
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    F)r Infants and Children.

    The Kind You Have Always Bought





    Furniture on Credit

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    So Ambition to Poe. so Aisr?.Adm'm-

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    in st atsed.i vy i.ri!: r.euLdt of
    Genera4i irr.~, )n tu.nLise Iz'i sigrincd
    tila! h,,s narie 1 flij l- o : u-ed
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    UA Iiillstratio l etider. %% un qtue lb. it"tiia:
    he mray be called (,% to become a candl~-
    nuats far pres.dleut ;4,1,- is tsaid, ei-pe-
    cualiivdisai~uvel-. to Hiri isi. rienai
    6ay that he L~ar.n(,& titie .gtestdeir"
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    VICTORIA'S ARRIVAL


    IN THE METROPOLIS

    Smoky London Is Blazing

    With Enthusiasm.

    JUBILEE DAYS RECALLED

    L',y .l Hirlto.is llravs, the C.ld and
    F-\;. to 4 b'-v-r er r31:j- ty-C(row:ls
    Lims thu l aret-ts to 1uckgluihalul


    LN- ..x, March 6 -The queen'd ar-
    riva liu Londo.n and the commencement
    uL i-';r v;,it to the metropolis were


    L Ent tian. wit:. IUng. ex- :,ars.p : by scones of enuthu-iabm un-
    is re:ra.nea iromiexpre-i- .arl.e.e:1 ~iuce the jubuiee celebration.
    au i)-.blc <;: estinns ever nr ;. ut ithl demonstration there
    red ruudi Ite ; retietrfy. .Fre. n:..:.:e'J uut'' o triumph anti the
    was nni tareaient in I de
    *-,aLii that lt- did uci : h r thtr tLade t" e Luu"y streets
    o 1.catn ltarin bil. ;i- :- wer air .t -s m I :i in honor of
    inr lri.:- a vi-' FRANLC i/ARKS. 1.. '... vo-':!-r:,us trilbues of a loyal
    S .: ,,,. 'i*llin *a t ; L i l a ii.iUarc(' w % ooe womiltniy
    41 : to y 1 ;l t h a s b ;e Bn e r ut lg ly n Io w n
    . .- i I,1 Is i .l -r I .-- t .' L: a t v hi It en s J s r ,:n -iu elv Iy ru .'v n
    !r'"' :.'e war beg~Au.
    STne royal party's departure fruint
    V :- \'un r \vr.s inarked by more than
    m- i- rt--ai intere.t. For hours Le:ore thli.
    ., "'-'.i star;ti frum W\'idsor crowds
    S .. l, .t. '' i 1 U t'o st, eet, V' II'h had been
    ati!t ,u;: : h a r h r rou:.- t Irough the
    ut-:ris .Iss ailtl wvilil'i were de'otra:ui
    nti, i.is .:s It wa- foggy and cold, out
    Sno our t,'Lii to care.
    At i'Pauuii.gtou the rni.road station
    : ha., iben c t are.t ,if th., gener:il pubLlc,
    Sbut outside th ut-and. o: peop.eo waited
    -, .t patient y. When the train from Wind-
    s-or arrive.1 at 1::30 D io a tremendous
    cheer went up. Her majesty came
    S' ~ '' luwn the sloping piatfcrm leaning on
    .' e arm of a turbaned Indian attendant
    .,' ,;,, t '., an I entered an oppa; landau, in which
    ,,.- ; .. t > ,..- p: ,' '!so Pat Princess Henry of Battenberg
    .".,:.,., -. i ;:i '.., n .in t 'Prince-s Victoria of Schleswig-
    i,. \,,.': i .1 r t.: .:, t, H so:-tau. Tiey all wore black and
    S vi round her neck the queen had a sable
    cullarett.e.
    S:.,r ,,-! ,,.' i ;is ,,- From the packed sidewalks and from
    S-.' \,n,.! ;l:'!y ,, every available window came a contin-
    : ..; ,,,,ts ti!t l.i- uous roar of cheers, while hundreds of
    -:; ht,. I'.I,'I -,- I.-It! hlitt:e flags were waved all the way to
    . <>;,,.-r I t,, l'1l:pi- Luckingnam palace. The side streets
    ::irli.: :- i .,ts%.'" were ps ked 10, 20 and sometimes 100
    . v..! v..> t,.lr deSho tly after norn the Duke and
    it. :.'- .! ; o tin ti1htin;. Duahes(i f York drove into the court.
    that i',i'Bt yard anti received an ovation. Mr.
    S' :: I. 1 :!. i :tii n,.v iti Chamberian., the secretary of state for
    f c '..,::, ,.ar. the colonies. joinedd the distinguished
    :i; +: ,i 1. *. turomn in tne ( ourty-rd unnoticed.
    ,- -.,', :, ,, l.-i er tne Dake and Dl)uchess of York
    S,. app- ared ou a. l';.uny un front of the
    .tI :e .,ed the crowds outside
    v, v- '..,, Il w iti- s ,iice ui'liise aniut the poers and
    S 2 i" 1" i:: ;,.'r r:.i oif iiee ;ouse of i' uuions
    vi.- I '- :r. ied nJ' .f sighit into the inner
    t-ir.t.ran e. were they wattetl to re-
    .~., T ; .... .1 :I i .v t" lu t' .
    T en fi(l r i C'o, I4titnti n1I hill came the
    S '.. i roir ot ii> aan ;t .,ne-4rs and tihL .cry
    '' -"* ': ** ; i ();i;:ic." ats I asedi f'r'o n ionri'
    S *' ,- 'I to I '. W') -A':.-A it there" ordered i
    S. I.:t ati t n ptrees an. r..'ge
    :,.- v- tir. e i :r v-awav as welh as tuiyv
    .. .. i.. i. i ,- t.t being admitted ia-i>
    .N ',v it,.- : tr waF. t.ke, i n i by tih "
    "..*:i: .. it i'-.'n i t' t ;-e i .> .a e. i', tL
    S ,.. :, ; hb:nig .l-- w the iLreat
    ':' < -,'. s i"--: '.:, .ertit tnee r, yal standard.
    S1 ,,' .\ ,' I )l.'e wtrt hbv; there was a
    .'. e -;iarisnien and
    S ,, ; r-.'- : ; ,",ei turou .n the gates and
    S1 ~ '-. : ..t!- l'\ ri n tte air. a rp zhty
    S.', I '-* .;r,-+-, i *, s.'>,,',y* there pitLt.ed a
    i .,t -', .i ;!ii b.ick Beat of Wtilich t-at
    S .- :' I-i't .ure. heavily vei.ed and
    ..,, ,l .. ". ',. ,,,. n d inZ right andi lelt.
    ,- i. : : u id,:iv ior tuo first time in the
    Si tv tne s-nu came out front behind tho
    c cu is and stione over the shouting
    S" thousands. and piercing the veil, it
    showed happy smiles lighting up the
    r. age monarch's face. It was a repeti.
    : -;-: '. :, r,' ,1. tion of the scenes of the jubilee-queen's
    S, .weather in the trueis sense of the

    S .. i i Still nodding vigorously, her majesty
    S I r" passed out of sight into the quadrangle.
    Sr There the peers and commoners assem-
    Sf bled, sang "God Save the Queen," and
    S' : t her majesty entered the palace.

    I'.\ Tf .! ; ;v. WV ihen yv |i w:;itt soiiilt!liri. t) }it al
    ,\\ ,b\ h sor a ')'tre, or a culit, whIy i *1
    w -:.' \ *. a :su a ,,\'s try -a:.:.rr Sa'v. whiich! i- gnlarinti- (i
    1 2.: t i t o 'i 'i lfa il l ) oiltin -it i n til.
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    CALL AND INSPECT


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

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    t 1? -.Ii tha rt sells
    ,re so Cheap for


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    'lear. theI 9 Kind You 03" AlwayS NE'.
    Big'attre


    DR. Wm. C. DEWBERRY.

    OFFIIE-Hannsh Bros.' Dra; 0,trp,
    jr~I-jiNOE,-40O !F. Jacksaj S-e-


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    DENTAL SURGEON.

    Masonic Temple. Phone 364.


    N: It ~- ''~ -- Wnte t~WLITED.
    .-- -- 13 buy all kinds o-. an

    *~. ~z~Fufoitire, Merchuilisu, &c.
    A 4Vi: I::* ddress Box 142.


    FOR RIVER IMPROVEMENTS.


    S"sate Committee Hears Vrom New
    Orlea es BirslTars M-1.
    WASHINGTON, March 8.-The senate
    committee on commerce granted a hear-
    ing today to a number of persons inter.
    ested in river improvements, among
    them being James Selden Cowden, in
    the interest of hie pian for the improve-
    ment cf the Mississippi river, and a
    number of New Orleans business men,
    in behalf of otner plans for Mississippi
    river improvements.
    Mesars Bryant, Saunders and Wood.
    ward were heard upon the necesnitv of
    the improvement of the Mississippi
    river outlet. They especially nrged an
    immediate appropriation for tue con.
    struction of dredges with which to keep
    the south pass clear after the expiration
    of the present Port Eids contract.
    Carpenters Strike.
    MONTGOMERY. Ala., March 7.-The
    carpenters on two of the big buildings
    in course of erection here went out on
    a strike yesterday. The grievance at
    one of the buildings was that nonunion
    brick ayers had been imported from At-
    lanta. and that it was against the rules
    of the union to work with nonunion la-
    bor. In the other case the contractor
    insisted that ten hoars would be con.
    sidered a day's work, whereas the union
    fixes a dav's work at nine hours.


    S I tt'ink I would .*, err zv with
    >pail; w i 111 fi 'r ('i:,ta r'l;tl in's
    l'ain P>:i!t:.'" writ. M r. \" H .s;t.-
    plPtiit. 11' rm;;i't ~, Ii;. **I l::tve l> t.
    .1 t;< *,, Il w it; i i u:.iia I;t;i-,n f,,r- ,-verr-ti
    yev ir- :, 1 i.itv,, trit.d rot'i; -, l-- w iti -
    out :uti liA r. Iiu Pain Il t:ain i-, t' ,'
    best 1]- d1 int I tv, haV t i 4.ld ,I '"
    O ne au iiii'-,:rii, reli,-vi- ',. :l iii.
    For ;.l, I*1 ; lla nt n i i r,-.. 21l '.itl-
    afox -:r- e:.
    1:1) TO IEI U [lIJt.
    I v- j- t r -ceive-l a fi ., :.,t f
    All kindJ- ,of caidi -. am id -tll t.t1 in t
    very re.i-u;ii thiri priees.
    M 1 M 1I ,:". "7, c t- i,-r pi n;i .1
    Chocolate I)ropa2, 2n .iit- t r
    pound.
    Multan Mixed, 2 pouindt for 2 5
    Scentt-.
    All Fancy Mixed C('andrly. thi bept
    ve brought to Peiusacolatat 44) cents
    per pound. Cal! and see for your-I
    ;elf.
    They are fre-h and fine just from
    the vines. C. APOSTLE.
    24j 1Im

    comfortablee mattresses,
    pillows, etc'., to go with your
    new furniture. b You can


    THE OYSTER S:A.SON.


    I. lip ov t,*-r in h-.,; b'-d ofnz.
    Wake-d with a start frwin his !kummer


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    And :;,-Y vwil f-r ti.o -loo'p was~
    fl't'1 wit. .- jim -:ind fatt#,!r.k
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    tilly t: t day i ;..'t

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    Ori:!l.1 HOUSE.


    DUNN'S


    HOTEL


    CN EUROPEAN PLAN.


    Restaurant Attached, Open Day a


    TIME TABLE.

    LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD.
    IN KI FECT- T JAN; \ 1' '. 1 .


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    Restau3.ranxt,

    305 N. TARRAGONA STREET.
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    mDeals at All Hours.


    Open Day and Night.


    fW "A Complte Sr t .)c o" 'f : ;::-. N ;:-. ( ,. I--. (':.,-- .:1 T .
    I ''i-tatl.t l ot Haud.

    Finest Oysters for Family Use a Specialty.


    Acme Beer.

    THE BFEST iEE SOLD IN
    PENSt'ACOL1A.

    Dannheisser Bros.,

    AGENTS.

    Alsf ol by M. Perry anl Win, Yate.


    B~JNLN !~~NAY ~The Jug Trade


    T3a.- sai IVn a tint ces,
    Tuesday and Wednrsday.
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    Wilbur-Kirwin

    OPERA COMPANY.


    Is Our Specialty.---*




    Dannheisser Bros.,

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    i~~~~~~.~t o ---VA-'i:,'i i t 0 !.l R illroa~d E(chianIz-'. Phonte 2&S.

    Tr0 Ih. W i p Ati~ llrin Jacks!

    LSJ) PL31 '[K PM~F"1OR THIS AC!T -LODlGE D1IIICT0IY
    P; i;, ?- I' a)f .u'4 1 ..1. Mi : rock.


    M<,,:f.ly Ev,.nitrL,.
    'rFi' I TWO' VA(GA BONDS.
    w :i>>ur'! 'o'n -ion oft rrniuie.
    ute-,day Matin-ee. SAID PASHA.
    I'ue!sday Night, CARMEN.
    W+edus da*v Matinee,
    QUEEN S LACE
    HANDKERCHIEF.
    W'edtnsday NigAht,
    MASCO('()T IN TWO ACTS alid
    CAVALLERIA RI'HTICANA.

    NI(;HT I'RICES: 25.8-5,:5nd.0c.
    MNATIN EES: 2>c to all part- of
    t |, u/ ,,,, .


    buy th1le whole out/it f'rom, .,r- voi tvid i:nNi)extra
    v Iiiiati L'fu r ~ c aii dMSea I- it it.\-x oNw
    .'larston, (S-Finch. ()n


    THE ORIGIN&L--


    A B. C.


    BEER.


    KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.
    Pensacola fiodg.. Nip.3. K. oif V.
    fleets every Slonday evem-
    Ing at 7-;;w". at Caslle Hall.
    In liutchinason hall. We"t
    / I ut.ndtsncia sttrott.
    V1k4tinig hroithren cordially
    welcomed.
    K. ft. & .

    W. 0. W.
    Live Oak Camp No. I Woiu~an oft Me
    w~orldt.
    M-t fi rostaiff t ird I riuiav light in

    S'. It. TtANT V.Ir'. Clerk. C ~


    CHAS. COTTRELL,

    Artistic Photographer,
    I,'a )[ I, 3, AF-I11 E It BUI1I1.I.IN(;.

    &* l.. SOt IU1'T .I .1 STREKET.
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    Bl nB U)BS. 9 CO.,

    afox treet


    afox Street,

    cola, Florida.



    GAINS


    --IN


    Estate.


    -, ,~11 $10 0 i ;,~-r- -f land nnrth
    will toul'mro. amijuionrsg city
    Tbr R~lar $2000 1 i 4ni-r
    $3000: V.I .int ro- i It
    Mbals rach Da y r!li%;.rop V nN.- i
    $400ORKJ lou Ma0rid ~tti*' Hits ,vit, This
    25c Each. pr'sp*'irtY tA a ft'Aat. r front i ~ ii thebUS : %Io
    1 t 14Ba outImruil Li1t t;'i-.. 11 A -ts
    N~ill buv o I#-iof h-best rei-
    $5000vnvs% miWe-4 11 all. ns..d-w
    I~ Ii :,.k LCu'. W~(:,


    ina jI3IIL.


    OYS'ERS. FISH AND GAME OF ALL KINDS IN BEACON.

    Special Orders at Any Hour.


    $6000will ,Uv ]it oto ',* 1ft front ofi
    $60001l'aIa fc x -4troeet. ow t o I if t re.g
    or v I uhiscan b I) ,rr-Iat*hViwixti t or
    htiiruup'h purpo-e..
    wil l b t ]fit k i j'-:-ft fronC oni
    $ 700(0 1irs(' .r% ititii.-I Itft -''it on Al-
    carO ald Id,! ft fr',rt -ii Wrtictiu. Tb~s

    p1 r!~ f will tolrivahnl-,m1.'i U.ro-',UWFC
    $8000( 1iV f-.i ( i T* 1; :y ti. t'A14-Jjo laI&
    fo ~and T1,rragoir 'a t ro.pi,.

    $9000~ wi i ll 1.'eM. i p H it %oarr- I.rtiv wthid
    11MI ,' V I' ) 111i T'. I Nt,- u sd

    ii P.Sfees




    J. E. StillmanlCo12,,

    L'ast Sidc of Plaza.


    H. A. WATERS,


    Butcher and Green


    Grocer.


    PHONE 172
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    Sop, P.er rf Johrson & So:si Store,
    I.\TI-:*FNVIA.\ I.\ : I F:Kr.

    JOHN McDAVID,

    REAL ESTATE AND BqOKERACE.
    S ITY PiROI' i-i;t I FAIMINU


    A N IINI) I I. F IEI LANb.DS
    P)I-tf-; A 1.E.


    Loans Placed at Reasonabla Rats.
    ~;Ea-;t Govirrunisr-t Street.


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    V. J. VIDA Sole Wholesaler. PA
    Pensa
    110 R~, 3KIS1. ,HAM W,3 IIPR 19IP AN D0 -113TIC

    Paul Joues ail Echo 0Sprins clebratld Whislics, B A I

    TIY I BOTTLE OF 1ElRY 1TONI.
    P'HONE 1.54. : : : : P. 0. IIOX 67.
    JUG & FAMILY TRADE SOLICITED
    FreI eIlivery to Any Part of th- 4( .ty.
    .. ^All ord*.-s n-ft at Th" ricee, Vidal A& mith, will tv carefully


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    PROFESSIONAL BOARDS. RATES:--From $1.I ) to $1.54, per Day. LODGING:
    ---.---.-..-..t..- and 511) S. S,uth PalafOx Street. PenMacula. I lriida 25 and 50c
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    4 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 9, 1900.


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    TELEPHONE NO. 118.
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    Masque.
    The c!.i~drcn'~. Ptirli bail ai Clut-
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    by all th p articipaz.t~z. T1.11 cM
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    ~%'1ini: 1-te V'ercrI -aI !

    freltn?.1i-nt -iland cver~ li.Ayivt.~iJa
    .! tiJi~oable time.

    Dr. Bull's'Cough Sprup is the safest and
    *'rf.--t c-cr-- fujr ttlvet.. d~nwe2r',u% I-cl 'tI(Ifll-
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    COMEDIE FRANCHISE


    DESTROYED BY FIRE Old Penn Mutual Life Ins.

    Paris Has Lost Theatre Which DAVID EDREHI, .,::- .,;, .


    Held Highest Rank.


    IT WAS ERECTED IN 1782

    Altered In ILtt1 r Vrars and 1Fscail-d,
    Made Modero-V-esllbulh obtaineded
    Statues of Most Distinguaihed Au.-
    thors and Actors of Frauice.
    PARIS. March 8.-The famous Theater
    Franca:s has been destroyed by fire.
    The fire broke out at about noon. but
    was not discovered immediately, with
    the result that the theater was burning
    furlousiy before the fire brigade eot tc
    work. Even then the appliances were
    quite inadequate to cope with tne con-
    flagration and by 1:30 p. m. the in:eror
    of the building was a roaring furnace.
    The dense oolumu of smoke rising from
    the fire attracted crowds from a:i parts
    if Paris. and especially when the news
    spread that it was the Theater Fran 'aii
    that was on fire. it being regarded at a
    national instltutioa.
    The theater stands an;:,st i.':ated,
    with c. square in fr-nt aud tie ;:ard'is
    of the Pala~ s R-vya belb:ini. ]. ;. ,of
    these space wero tir,)ned w:t.A !. p:-.
    The 'I'ueater 'rarn' : 2 r *', ::,,' il
    F'ranrai-, w. g: ituA!edi o, thle i; l a du
    Toeater-]F ran s.iis, art;.ei'it.. s i ya .
    and cccnp:.ed thi hLi:c,-; ja.::k -.nii)iig
    t:e th2'a:eri ,,f Frau 'e. It wasv;. I nt In
    17.2, o it was iiu, iit. i in later
    years, tue cales i i- lng r. N:tern
    Tne Diric Te-t: ;- t:-aluei a statue
    of 'Taliua, tbO --'.. :;eian;. by iDavid
    1)'Angeir anl ,1 L r:;'- tragedy and
    comedy byv Dar,.<. Le.rnz reste-rt:vely
    the teatLres .1! th- cu.e::rated ac re'aes
    Mllf. l.tcuaci an i M, e. Mars. The
    "foyer inu ,oun.ic" wvai afdjrne I with a
    state (;I :iaire ty lH uiln: a c"'l-n
    ney .:'c, w:th a re..:f. iresuntuit:
    comtnea.:a..,- crowning the t'.ure of M' )-
    lere, 1 I. u :esne, lusts an i scene.
    from the writingi4 cf ctlel.rated F'rench
    draunititsti an i a new ceilimn painting
    by Dnbute, te y,'unoer, of Truthl en-
    i:ghteiiing the o or! i.
    At the endi of t:, corridor leading
    over to the fover was a statute (,f George
    sandi by Ci"eain.ger The ceiling of the
    interior rereeaent *-. rrancc distributingg
    ianre.s to her three great dramatists,
    Moiere, Corae;e.e :anid anin.in.
    The theater contained many fine
    pxecov of sculpture representing cele-
    brated dramatists and also sonie beau-
    tiiul mural paintings, which doubtless
    were deEtroyed in the flames.
    Thus far (,uiy a few p-rson. have been
    reported injured and they ar- mostly
    slglht witn the exceptlc.i of a wo,:iian,
    who was frightfnuly turned about the
    face, and who inay d:e as a result of her
    injure.
    It i- fortunate the fire dii not occur
    an hour later, as by that; tliu the thet-%
    ter wnald have been ti led with a riat:-
    ni-t' andienc- and a frigatful dsast:Lr
    -iught have result i,.

    THE LAW WILL PREVAIL.
    Negru 3 m''u!r-r' Will He G v tr .1"


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    Large Quantites otl

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    j tics, White Goods and Printed ,

    Fabrics, bought for Cash. We

    are in a position to make close ;

    [I prices just now; but owing to :',

    the continued advance on all j:

    | kinds of Dry Goods we shall K

    0 be compelled to advance our (

    prices shortly.



    1! Save Moneyv


    S. By Buying your

    !* Domestics Now .


    Losdale Bleached Co:'on c yard

    X Nasouville Bleached Cotton 8'.c yard

    [ 10-4 Sheeting, best brand 25c yard

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    THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 9, 1900. 5


    IOCAh NEWS N(


    tutttV itut tI)r re-ining.
    i- s*io in ttii. great 5erbtina prob-
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    in thie South. and thatU we
    can furnish /this" delicious
    bererat'e tf/ prices that
    (d.// ,!competition. 1'e Ic(iso
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    POLITICAL ANNDINCEIENTS.
    Fewr IRepreserntative.
    _1 h:-retli" fi nr:10 tr'' iv'c Ia%,a inn datil'i


    ITES CONDITION OF IRON TRADE. COOl to
    )TES o.,.o. Cool the Blood
    Carmemie Takes cheery View-of
    Hus:n esp SiAiltion.
    N Yw Y'.K. March 7.-il)icuss'ng the I
    t cond.nion of the iron ana metal trades.n all Cases of Itchng
    ae Ir. L Age present sro:ue interesting
    fa t4 and fignre% af jw a Burn ing mor
    hel ite of Thie Iron Ag made a BHumior
    ;, u n Mr. Carunet- toTir and fnd wih h
    Liwu cheery over the l uin. es' &t:;:ao. ih
    S' e th:nk that the pa.-agi of the ,:.1,
    :, I ring con.ee in the -aua- CUTICURA RESOLVENT
    ar: aod tao inevitable expansion of c Ur-
    reicyr fc..ijwing mutt mun'taiu pr ces
    and pi :,ably case a r.se in1 b-curities. i While Cleansing the 5kin and
    ., Te situation in pig iron in the cen- Scalp with hot baths of CUTI-
    tral west. he tninka. must insure a con- CURA .OAP and healing the
    tinuansce otl resent prices for tuished. Inflamed S
    pr(oiuct during the year. Raw, Inflamed Surace with
    According to Mr. Carnegie the for- CLTICL'RA OINTMENT.
    e:ai dmuiaud which would rapidly in-
    ,crt-a3 upon even h.iby lower prices. Complete Treatment $1.25
    \ ,- rv, a, a reserve in preventing any
    S., tlt- eeriout j ip'l ie l, i iron and steeL ,0- ', c "TM-T. '.: c rm TT..'c S' c"
    An analysis of our monthly last fur- I | a 1). LC. Xc.ii .. Prop.,Bostan.
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    S,* c I. central west tu ere were ru-ig on ffee! Coffee
    Marcti I -'; blapt; racess who3e total
    c.U ip.acu t were ,7.i tori. 11e call t he attention Of
    S WL ... *o y, 1 furnace. .ere. .ue, with the 2 general! publicc to 'lhe
    a apa ; of b tons: anl of these
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    THE PEOPLE'S STORE,


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    We place cn sale 50 Silk Skirt Waists,

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    ;"le at S4.98.


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    .- Repairing Attended to Promptly. -::.
    E" A-T <.\ .N SI'. N \SA\ OfLA, LA.


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    Rental and Insurance
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    'No. 1 S tut!i Palafox Str "-.


    Carnations 75c per dozen. -r,-
    American Beauntes S3.50 to $4.10 per doz r'.
    All O.her Ro'es $1.50 to S1.75 per dczen, to you.
    i:.z P.oi'- -. MISS VIOLETTE MO1 ENO.


    :-NEW ARRIVALS!

    OL I first annourncemnt of New Artivals of Spring
    Apparel. A generous assortment. large variety
    of color s and styles to select from nof Ladies' Waists.

    We carry all kinds: the largest assortment in the

    city of well known brands. Among them the famous
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    6 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 9, 1900.


    Arrest
    disease by the timely use of
    Tutt's Liver Pills. an old and
    favorite remedy of increasing
    popularityy. Aiwa1s cures

    SICK HEADACHE,
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    TUTT'S Liver PILLS


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    ,- -:Fancy Goods,z-
    FINE CHINA TEAS.
    N' :No t S,,l hi lttlalx str-rt.


    )nico iotel and Restaurant IMPORTER AND JOBBER OF

    ALL ORDERS SERVED ON SHORT NOTICE 4 Iron, Nails, Axes, Bhovels, Saw Mill and Steamboat Supplies, Cooking
    AT ANY TIME AT REASONABLE PRICES. and Heating Stoves, Paint, Oils and Window Glass,

    .;.) ooms for Rent by the Day, week or Month. Agate and Tinware and Housefurnishing Goods.
    3V1. 312 North Tarraioni Street, Opposite Union Depot. Ganus, Pistols and Fishing Tackle.
    0 -Telephone 68.-- AGENT for Birmingham Rolling Mills Company, R-vesre GOant
    ---*,-EO. WILSON & CO. Stitched Belting, Northampton Emery Wheel Company, Laftin BRard
    SpWiL N & .t.- F a-n Powder Company, Johnson's Kalsomine, Iron King and Buck', Stoves
    and Ranges. Wmin. Coups A Co.'s Raw Hide Lace. Lather, Masury's Ready
    FRESH VtGiTABLt REHEIB DiA. WHOIESAIE All RETAIL. Made Railroad Color..


    LORD ROBERTS' SUCCESS.
    Boers Stil Retreating. Before the,
    Blrltish Fories.
    LoNDOy, March 8 -The full extent of
    Lord Roterts' success of yesterday is
    not clear, but the best informed appear
    satts'ied that is brings peace possibili-
    ties. Experts anticipate that tuneLurgh-
    ers wil make no further stand west of
    the Free State capital and some> of them
    even deduce irum the lact that the
    Boer forces are divni ed and nave re-
    treatedi in ti.ff.rent dire *:ious, that de-
    nioralizat.on nas se; in and that the
    Tranuvail forces will next be found
    c.rt:udlv intrenched in positions north
    of the Vaa. river, while the bulk of the
    Free S:a:er, wi.l abandon the contest
    and -ue for peace.
    Eisewtire news indicated that condi-
    tiouns ouinnce hopeful from a British
    point uo view, tue telegrams from Maf.
    e;-ig aloue snowing any despondency.
    Lord R >o-rts telegraphs that he has
    captured a Krupp gun and a number of
    tents and wagons. The general also an.
    nountes that General Clements has oc-
    cupied Norvals Pont.
    A special from Molteno says that the
    British occupied Burghersdorp unop-
    posed last night.
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    Saturday, March 10.


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    I'ro-I I- twlt1-r Pa.rtlonect.
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    10 si~e- Its 1%. pr 4 arreiscy.
    SANIIAt24ii- (Thin'm March S.-Uwang
    to the person ne: -f tile present Chiliazi
    congress no *ear is folt bv the country
    of a new issue of 1-aper currency.


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Title: The daily news
Uniform Title: Daily news (Pensacola, Fla.)
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: The News Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
Creation Date: March 9, 1900
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1889.
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NEWS.


PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY AFTERNOON, MARCH 9, 1900.


NO. 30.


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:h;h 'Lttpns -e'rit from a a cirnbenof
-.~~~~~~~~~1. a- ~ 5 ea~e i h cityr.
\' a*t::C'a-O Walt r 'Igazfr a i 4rt
ti, rih. rtr.ziLuzou. 1'.' 011men1were (,t.i
-r',. (.hi- Cu .,,rinfl2 I)ti onthIj muse tie
at1 e'pIT :: 'I 'I lint 11., 'o0 awaek te.

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n 0!.-' In" pr- v,,to he !aa..
r .'i -:.r-'s ci ol Pie!r'. :u -.A Lie-.
It A %t,,er.S.:j tht di tae e-h'olinr
-'ri d was wr-tan-d shot by un-
c wirart e" .iiii 14 Sut` iOqed th.'.t
U4n 'g of .. ishithe .,a:c. '!L.? ot

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GEN. JOE WHEELER


ON THE PHILIPPINES


Says Islan.s Are Ready For

Self Government.


TERRITORIAL FOR I BEST

<( ro- t I'6il* iatls 'or 'Tr.atIr- 1:tnitl
Our 4(.attiw.y it) tie l:..',,-lelaervre
'liit l s% lttsa Ner ritu, L'.'g;,rAlleledl
I' ,,-;> "r'.. y.
Sa I': \\ l'n, 3i;ir"h 's -General
J' .-'pil V't-ier Iav'ors ;:vingv tue Phil.
it piies a t rritraal lirmn of govern*
u .-ut. S.Jii u :
"1 h-., vt' the >'.i~eot; are r"ady f r a
-rr:'a3 : .i'ni nf i, ?f govrn.ent. Tuay
't 1i '.* g:v. n the power to ;ma.ik laws
uLI ier aNuiih a i.-yasttm i.a 4zovelinient as
itas Lben adopted for .,ur territories.
Tne iun:c:pad governments are at in
ILt hands o: the natives and they get
alcng without trouble or friction. Un-
..eor a tertiorial form the islands could
be Dtent controlioi."
lie reviews cia i:npr-ssionv of trade
possibilities in the Orient as follows:
"England, RUssia. Germany and
France have braved war and pestilence
in efforts to secure a share of the wealth
which will come to them by commercial
relations with these people The treaty
of peace ost upon us the responsibility
of sovereignty over from 9,000.000 to
1,000,. people, together with the
islands which they inhabit, count talng
an area three times that of our great
and prosperous em pire state.
**Very unaturaily tere may be honest
d;ffereun'e o: opinions as to whether
everything has been cinuiucted during
tihe two years in accordance with the
hihsat w.isleoun and best judgment,
bu, there hliould be no questlau among
the Amnrican people as to the duty and
wioloi of now uIitinlg in a determined
et" rt to tak" ho 1aitlation as it stands
and to etnduct thie affairs of cur coun-
try as to ana tLe most to its glory,
hc'nor, welIaire andi property. It is a
friendly trugi. e for commercial so-
p-enia'y, in waicn our rival nations
r.re usiun their best etTort,. and I say
let us in a fr:.ndilv bat determined
stpirt ise our best efforts also.
a0r Pa:ific c.ies a.-e now facea to
face with the eastern shores of A-ia.
1 i- N c-rai-uan canal will bring our
.f t ro, t&i u-.:rr to them than those of
tlp A\', tivt'i and Elurope.
V l ;: Minilt as a great depot steam-
ers fro:ui tih.tt emtporium could reach the
con:::.!'.::a ports cf eastern Asia as
r.a is:- as it canl bt done by Lnghsh
steoiniors fromnI Honv Kong.
**It seems to nie b t there is but lit-
tio limit to the pos -ib httes which are
'before us and we are certainly justified
in the belief and hope that the United
-tates ii on the eve of unparallel pros-
perity.'
Dr Bull's Cough Syru? cures the most
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IRISH PAPERS ON VICTORIA.
Conifl etig Comma-n(s on li-r Mmjes.
ty's Proporsd Visit.
itt i..;v, March 3.-The newspapers
of thui city give rather a chilltng recep-
tion to the announcement of the pro-
posed v:sit of queen Victoria to Ireland
next mnitth. although the commentsare
perfectly courteous. The Freeman's
J(Lurnal says:
"1'he chivalry of the Irish will ensure
a re'pecifa. reception, but it is %ilncisi-
ble to conGratultiie her m jestv yon the
epportanilty con(sen far a ro;al visit
after a boycott so iong and persiatently
maitutained."
The Daily Independent says:
"The Nationalits witl have no other
desire but that her majesty should re-
ceive at the hauds of the Irish a re-
spectful welcome."
T'ue Daily Express, after remarking
that the visit is intended as a most
marked and most notable expression of
her in tjesty's indebt-dness to the "gal-
aint Irishmen who have serve i her so
uobhy in her hour of auxiety." cordially
assures the queen that she will recet.va
toe heartiest weicome.

GRIEVANCE AGAINST MILLS.
Kne x Woollen 31il 3.y il8ve e <',lne
I'ronilei Wiltl Iabhar.
KM\.X'i.tir. March t .-A represent..
trion of tte national! hiadquarturs of the
A'.tericaun ledcraiion f L1,-ibor met a
locA.. lodei of th"e r-der .iast n:ght and
s.tu 'ti'o ed t ,,% a.:!'i n .f certain moom-
.eer in e- !:t.;i: a '' r. -V.in ''' aga:~.st
: '. i x V\' ... n 1i :: 1 a T ui h ;riiev-
a:n '. 7-. t1.,t :l 7.+ : 9.-, ,i ,h:- rr,:r .d
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THE BIBLE CONFERENCE.
Coesteol Sehllmelinmau One of the
IU le~ngufthb edi p.ikers.
ATLANTA March S.-The arrival of
Dr. A. C Dixon of New York and the
Ctun'i chimiaelman cumpiotes the
i i ot visiriig speakers or the EBb:o
conference now In se.i sun at thde aLer.
aa,,;e Bawi-t church in this city.
AmoU; tause WLO are Leer frr the
; urpose of p.rticipati::g lu tih cuafor-
ent' are:
N. I Bro.guton. prorriotor of The
iLb.ica.i -, oreior; Rev. B D. Cray, D.
D., 7 i7',--< fthe i X',t Baptiit church
onf JA ugham,. Aia.; l-v. Willamu
Lunil',ir,. D. D.. of Buwling Greon.
LK..; lev 0. A. Nunnuaiy. D D. pres-
I ltnt of 'he Li'Grange F'mala cm..ge;
I!-v. A. B. V:taghn, D. I) of C snton,
tGa.; Ilev. J E B.irnaird. 1)", :a.stor
(.f the Firs; Ilapiis6t churcui : Annisten,
Ale.; R v. Ju au In;,l.. ersa o: M:.-on;
i.v. W. C.i"wthnrn of (aiir.an; ievZ. ..
8 Jester ot crt V.tlley, and i6v. Mr.
Moscrief of LiGra:iaoe.
Dr. R A. Torrey sp k.o at 10
o'clock tht4 mnrniua. Dr. A C. Dixon
at II o'i:t 1:, the Ciottess 'b, himniel-
nian at 3 o'riock in tihe afttnnool, and
at 4 o'clock Dr. Torrey again prtAechedl.
Dr Dixon and the Countes chimn-
me.niin slip ki tonight.
T're *iCeetnaig are largely atrtnded
and grAt uin forest is mamuiifted.

OUTPUT TENNESSEE MINES.
rho-p>hat( Shows (VGrotelt LGsin For
th1. Past Y.er.
K%'*XVIz.L:, March 8 -Assistant Com-
miasioe-* of Liber R A. Shiflets has
about completed his report of mining
operations of the state for 1899. The
report shows the tonnage of coal mined
In 160l) to b3a .737,134. a gs:n of 641,886
tons over 1I89 The coiket production
was 44i)., u7. a gain of 47.3fl3 tons over
IS9S Tne totai caoh value of last year's
coke was s'itk). 73
The pbospha:e industry shoLws the
great-est prope.riiouate gian, i s total
mnnai;g w t 46,J.u61, a gin o! 1900.3;0
tous over 1h6 Tlums industry was won.
deriully advanced last year. T'he ton.
unage ~f Ir. ore, a;l varietie-, was tit;;,-
14J. a ga- i of 49.77) over 104lu The
anurnber.of employes engaged in mining
in Te.ine.se last year is given as 15.-
614 't;i report of Commissiouer
Su4a4t i .will ie off tue press :n a mcuta.

CHINESE CONSUL PROTESTS.
'Ny-s Qi r.ant iie aof (ii ta awii In Sairn
Vrointu:su Ottrageos-.
nfse cot.n!ul ger'.'ral Lere ha IsFsued a
rr.cla:mation which is inaecred by the
six cctupantes. protesting agaitist the
ar:ou lof the board of health and poi:eo
in quaran'ining Chinatown bocau'e of
the discov yry of :t %,uspecifd case o( ; t>-
beonti. pl.agco. He s~.y, he oas isuves:-
gated the matter and finds that the m:an
,:1i of a commrion ai:ment, afier an
o'lera;;oa had been p'rfor:odi. lie de-
tl .resth.at thert: s no excuse fur the
b,.ckad; wil:h has been placed ou the
. u;'e:o quarter and says:
S aOj.d tnis outrageous c-nd'uct be
cian'nued, I widl invote thle protection
o' the treaty now existing between the
Ul':ed MtateR a'id China The city
b1 arti of health has decided to Anforce
.the tiit.irnTiie in Chinatown with the
'greatest p sslbl, strictluess.

B:ST OF ALL
T<, ,I :, thi -y-t,.n in g ? It lt
.'ils trii'y bhentficial ml inlt r, whipni
t ;.. Spriligtinm co(Ineps ut-f the truf-
;aitn i>p-rtect remedy. Syrup of Fizs.
Buy th-i genitini-. Manufactured I y
thei ('.iliforniia Fig yrup 'Co. only.
;nld for sale by all druggist-, at 5oi
S*nit-< per bottle.


POLITICS CAUSES QUARREL.
('andidatres For Goversnor Fall Out
Ite Joint lD)russion.
LITTI r. RR(CK, March 8.-A special
from Texarkana relates an exciting in-
.:.deut in connection with a joint dis.
cassiou by Democratic candidates for
governor of Arkansas. Attorney Gen-
eral Jefferson Davis took exception to
some of Colonel John C. Fletoher's
statements contradicting Davis' asser-
tions Later Davis invited Fletcher to
his room at a hotel and it is alleged pro-
posed a personal altercation. No blows
were struck Davis asserts he told
Fietcher not to speak to or about him
again.

WANTS TAX EXEMPTION.
Wealthy Corporations Propnies New
Iielustripr For llrislol.
KKtia[_LLF, March fs -The Virginia
Iron. Coal and Coke company has prv-
pa. sad to the city cunncil of Br:stol,
Tenn., that it it it exemrpto, from city
taxation on oew industries for five
years. it wil, estallish a cnuiter of new
enterprises in Bristol Tnese w;ll em.-
pioy from 53'0 to 1.000 men.
The conncii iast night To. k the mat-
ter under advisement and w:;i scon a *t.
l'ne compar.v non owns tenu irln far-
nacs near BEr:s:.n iae .is:nre of the
-:.w iDn ';rier is not kI:own.

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the money made-DUR-
HAM--at D'Alemberte's


Bill Reported In Congress Fo,
That Purpose.


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Let. It aii'.) O '.44iI.,ath-agrig'ultimra
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markednatonrMr.Hini's s "T'.t'isn therp

will be a pritiiedient."
ARmTHUR W. DVNN.

We hatve saved mma tivocotor bilk
since we began using Oiamberlain*-*
t'(uscli Remiedy in acur hlinim. W
ki-ep a boattle open all tho impLul and
whbeliever atilof(if mvfam ilylv or nv-
-;t-l begin to catch coid w"' begin to
!i-v' the C ough RItemody.'.anil :#%a are-
iult we lie'..rF have Ofaa '"iad aWay for
ai tlq'(tOir and Iiiaur a large dioctir'
hill,. for &'laiatubrl~a if's C, (u:trh Rem-
ed vmv t-a'.ar- Nti l-4to 'i. It i-4 ce-r-
'2'. ha I'. a wt ediciiuce o-f --ra at iiiierit atnii
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'a t-er t i~o fir-.t day e-f Aprtil. J9ioll, v-
I t1t'ati iiieIlianiiji- er Liul'. rer vill work
oli mY '.'liii; d i eag wit I ai a'tal ia.1-w11i rle
miuanwt wheretlierte:- t-ial or.:atiziztje,:
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Glorkpieiws-N'a
d'.a ai -h .itlf ihl1 ). T '. H o ''t.1 2 t- F o u r
4aettje-- of Electric' Bitts'r- li:t14 cured
'Itr-. Hcwra i~f -cro'efttlli, 'a. Iiich had
,A'.cI t]#' te'r irre t-atiff-IIlrin;Z ffer yf are-.
1.t-ri jul.' s(r(s'4woVuldi br e-ak ut on
:w' heulad ad face.ai"an the W-et doc-
tee- .40(teill .give nipilie ;p: I'ut 14e'rcttiro
i 4-. pt) plo'te anid !ier Ile -: i It I ,i-aecl

,j:t'. .. 'otI.-!tE'ie'ctric jtr
ma thie- l-tt Mode '' d 111r I r knlwn.
In, thp -'pimc 4t1''I ia4'i-613 f'4-r ozo-ma,
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ti-i1;c'.t 11 jg--!i -.tj 1a 1 i~tuii t'.i up tte-'
-'reia, I ?. 4Only 641 ve'aiit-;.l. S,eIrby
WI. A. D'Alf-iitbe rte. r 'gt.;ta-
anteed.


Atlienion. C'andidatec.
E v-'".y candidate for ciountiy attice
;- ra (iu -ted te o atte lt a Iii).- tiart, at
aher Ilice of Jud- T. IT M ullarh
it 7T:: o'clock. Tue-day .M;.rch i:.
(- '1 inple-to th i- plan-s forr the pli-
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td L hrm ii. (' *in.

Hlandsome peic/titrU i',Wo-
a-brac, etc., in endless ar-
rai aft rock bottom prices at
Marston r Finich's.


Who is Rader ?

He's is the Furniture
Man.

DUJRHAM Cigars have
no equal. For sale at


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2 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 9, 1900.


EMPLOY)VMENT OFFICE.
Ring up 3s2 or call mtt the office.
11 North Palafssx -tr#-et. whpn in
need of a earpt-nt#-r. 1*. 1). Hs1Tuiffaiu.

with the dc-ir~d !i-1;v uti shoat fl4-
tice. r.:5tf


GAS


RANGES


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All Connected
Ready for Use
for...


012 00!


ew comers
up house-
keeping these Ranges
are just the thing.


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


P llACOLA GAS CO,


No. 3 S. Palafox Street.


James Huglhes'


Boiler Uforlks


Steamboat and Sawmill


Work a Specialty.


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THE H I RKE: A 0MY(C, F iS i.

MISS IDA PMIC.A-,


Best Pateat Flour.
Ouir J''f!I II Rowia


mnill.


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very C(o.

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Rtulesf4)?-'Lent.
All the faithful who 1,,d-ve cciii-
ple-tt(I their twenity-first year iLnd
who )have not l..to-g'zn the-Ir !-ixtieth
yo-.-r. autiI i har#'. t 12dfr im.
t he obliaatifon 4)f! C .'tinL- by -Ic'l-,n.~
hard W''I k (or o~th. r wt 11 1, owu ret-i

:t:,.-.- day- !)at -11- :4111 ~ i

-'r timin cI~seclatf-. and41aii1i211A h"ecp
.o bread (ir a crack* r. t., lo4- t ik-t .-un
Oit. nlitiTlg: ar:din ta~t.- 'Ve'L'I1iZ,
pairt eel 3.n s'rditiaryinat-al. t.-a ;i'sw.-'d.
milk, etrg- andi all kind-, (of trInt.
fl-.h and vezootalble., ar.-., l.ew-.d
W~heni the- principal mie~d camni''t
without grave inenI~'itv ietweito+'
taken att 11im n1.it is permiU 'siblIt, too
take the collation in tihe unornming
anrd the diminer inItht. ('X'f'ljl-
Absetiiern.'tfrtiom tim ii-i 4.! i1t--h
i!. ezajtuint'd till all thfe Wo,'(IiI4-'-daIyQ
and 1"ridav- of l1eritt and tii ti1 h tl
urday 4)f EiI-r et-k :aud o)ii Holy
Sa turd ay.
The .ut,- 4, Lintrdi- all' ewi'di~i eq('4(k-


l-im-lu ,a.1 lit!h are not it llowe] ait

he~ u.-pd f-vt ryday%. but a! ,-.thneznce
tio 471all otht--ce i- Fl(i-c.nieii-'d,-d 4o11
Per-' i.;exe-mipted from ti:5 -, 41) -
.r;iti''n of fa-til.g al-' iiit bound h:..
Wo er'-.trictiitliA44 11i n mat hill
.7I;C4(, a.(hit' 'loltl *e (ay- ill Wilift'h the

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Ca thotli- vXX Ii ti, col4011' to) t at
Year-, f i-cretvi'n are' l)''ilPi t-t
to-iid- litiomt t'e !ir-t Sunilay tl i-f
till Tlrainizt -Sindaj. irit'n-.i'v-.. C~iil-
dren -ii'4'4r -. X'vil year- i~f a:ie a[',
fe--Mattil. Ia1I-:1. -l t all
11-d:1- tjuY,'

-.,i411 from the world and it-; aim--'
ilnelt-;. a di f t :li-4t'l alxiu-'ul% 11!
hiA"lT4 14 ICthe I :ited Statt for -t4

4 4'41X .the &.t nnina i l vaw t '
--utc, -i di-pt-n-.'vd fr'min :h.- tb-
the y'.'far .Xi'pt I-hd'a~y-. Ao Ii
\VvIiednv v.&!.Holy V- ant~li's1I"-
um v 4xh4-iit Wonrtellhe 'adlk!"Pnaiill- .
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    THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 9, 1900. 3


    THE STREET CAR TROUBLE.
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    So Ambition to Poe. so Aisr?.Adm'm-

    hINDh'.AP01AS.-. arcn eNewe
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    Genera4i irr.~, )n tu.nLise Iz'i sigrincd
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    UA Iiillstratio l etider. %% un qtue lb. it"tiia:
    he mray be called (,% to become a candl~-
    nuats far pres.dleut ;4,1,- is tsaid, ei-pe-
    cualiivdisai~uvel-. to Hiri isi. rienai
    6ay that he L~ar.n(,& titie .gtestdeir"
    to re-enter ,o.uaics anati n~t references%
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    VICTORIA'S ARRIVAL


    IN THE METROPOLIS

    Smoky London Is Blazing

    With Enthusiasm.

    JUBILEE DAYS RECALLED

    L',y .l Hirlto.is llravs, the C.ld and
    F-\;. to 4 b'-v-r er r31:j- ty-C(row:ls
    Lims thu l aret-ts to 1uckgluihalul


    LN- ..x, March 6 -The queen'd ar-
    riva liu Londo.n and the commencement
    uL i-';r v;,it to the metropolis were


    L Ent tian. wit:. IUng. ex- :,ars.p : by scones of enuthu-iabm un-
    is re:ra.nea iromiexpre-i- .arl.e.e:1 ~iuce the jubuiee celebration.
    au i)-.blc <;: estinns ever nr ;. ut ithl demonstration there
    red ruudi Ite ; retietrfy. .Fre. n:..:.:e'J uut'' o triumph anti the
    was nni tareaient in I de
    *-,aLii that lt- did uci : h r thtr tLade t" e Luu"y streets
    o 1.catn ltarin bil. ;i- :- wer air .t -s m I :i in honor of
    inr lri.:- a vi-' FRANLC i/ARKS. 1.. '... vo-':!-r:,us trilbues of a loyal
    S .: ,,,. 'i*llin *a t ; L i l a ii.iUarc(' w % ooe womiltniy
    41 : to y 1 ;l t h a s b ;e Bn e r ut lg ly n Io w n
    . .- i I,1 Is i .l -r . I .-- t .' L: a t v hi It en s J s r ,:n -iu elv Iy ru .'v n
    !r'"' :.'e war beg~Au.
    STne royal party's departure fruint
    V :- \'un r \vr.s inarked by more than
    m- i- rt--ai intere.t. For hours Le:ore thli.
    ., "'-'.i star;ti frum W\'idsor crowds
    S .. l, .t. '' i 1 U t'o st, eet, V' II'h had been
    ati!t ,u;: : h a r h r rou:.- t Irough the
    ut-:ris .Iss ailtl wvilil'i were de'otra:ui
    nti, i.is .:s It wa- foggy and cold, out
    Sno our t,'Lii to care.
    At i'Pauuii.gtou the rni.road station
    : ha., iben c t are.t ,if th., gener:il pubLlc,
    Sbut outside th ut-and. o: peop.eo waited
    -, .t patient y. When the train from Wind-
    s-or arrive.1 at 1::30 D io a tremendous
    cheer went up. Her majesty came
    S' ~ '' luwn the sloping piatfcrm leaning on
    .' ' e arm of a turbaned Indian attendant
    .,' ,;,, t '., an I entered an oppa; landau, in which
    ,,.- ; .. t > ,..- p: ,' '!so Pat Princess Henry of Battenberg
    .".,:.,., -. i ;:i '.., n .in t 'Prince-s Victoria of Schleswig-
    i,. \,,.': i .1 r t.: .:, t, H so:-tau. Tiey all wore black and
    S vi round her neck the queen had a sable
    cullarett.e.
    S:.,r ,,-! ,,.' i ;is ,,- From the packed sidewalks and from
    S-.' \,n,.! ;l:'!y ,, every available window came a contin-
    : ..; ,,,,ts ti!t l.i- uous roar of cheers, while hundreds of
    -:; ht,. I'.I,'I -,- I.-It! hlitt:e flags were waved all the way to
    . <>;,,.-r I t,, l'1l:pi- Luckingnam palace. The side streets
    ::irli.: :- i .,ts%.'" were ps ked 10, 20 and sometimes 100
    . v..! v..> t,.lr deSho tly after norn the Duke and
    it. :.'- .! ; o tin ti1htin;. Duahes(i f York drove into the court.
    that i',i'Bt yard anti received an ovation. Mr.
    S' :: I. 1 :!. i :tii n,.v iti Chamberian., the secretary of state for
    f c '..,::, ,.ar. the colonies. joinedd the distinguished
    :i; +: ,i 1. *. turomn in tne ( ourty-rd unnoticed.
    ,- , -.,', :, ,, l.-i er tne Dake and Dl)uchess of York
    S,. app- ared ou a. l';.uny un front of the
    .tI :e .,ed the crowds outside
    v, v- '..,, Il w iti- s ,iice ui'liise aniut the poers and
    S 2 i" 1" i:: ;,.'r r:.i oif iiee ;ouse of i' uuions
    vi.- I '- :r. ied nJ' .f sighit into the inner
    t-ir.t.ran e. were they wattetl to re-
    .~., T ; .... .1 :I i .v t" lu t' .
    T en fi(l r i C'o, I4titnti n1I hill came the
    S '.. i roir ot ii> aan ;t .,ne-4rs and tihL .cry
    '' -"* ': ** ; i ();i;:ic." ats I asedi f'r'o n ionri'
    S *' ,- 'I to I '. W') -A':.-A it there" ordered i
    S. I.:t ati t n ptrees an. r..'ge
    :,.- v- tir. e i :r v-awav as welh as tuiyv
    .. .. i.. i. i ,- t.t being admitted ia-i>
    .N ',v it,.- : tr waF. t.ke, i n i by tih "
    "..*:i: .. it i'-.'n i t' t ;-e i .> .a e. i', tL
    S , ,.. :, ; hb:nig .l-- w the iLreat
    ':' < -,'. s i"--: '.:, .ertit tnee r, yal standard.
    S1 ,,' .\ ,' I )l.'e wtrt hbv; there was a
    .'. e -;iarisnien and
    S ,, ; r-.'- : ; ,",ei turou .n the gates and
    S1 ~ '-. : ..t!- l'\ ri n tte air. a rp zhty
    S.', I '-* .;r,-+-, i *, s.'>,,',y* there pitLt.ed a
    i .,t -', .i ;!ii b.ick Beat of Wtilich t-at
    S .- :' I-i't .ure. heavily vei.ed and
    ..,, ,l .. ". ',. ,,,. n d inZ right andi lelt.
    ,- i. : : u id,:iv ior tuo first time in the
    Si tv tne s-nu came out front behind tho
    c cu is and stione over the shouting
    S" thousands. and piercing the veil, it
    showed happy smiles lighting up the
    r. age monarch's face. It was a repeti.
    : -;-: '. :, r,' ,1. tion of the scenes of the jubilee-queen's
    S, .weather in the trueis sense of the

    S .. i , i Still nodding vigorously, her majesty
    S I r" passed out of sight into the quadrangle.
    Sr There the peers and commoners assem-
    Sf bled, sang "God Save the Queen," and
    S' : t her majesty entered the palace.

    I'.\ Tf .! ; ;v. WV ihen yv |i w:;itt soiiilt!liri. t) }it al
    ,\\ ,b\ , h sor a ')'tre, or a culit, whIy i *1
    w -:.' \ *. a :su a ,,\'s try -a:.:.rr Sa'v. whiich! i- gnlarinti- (i
    1 2.: t i t o 'i 'i lfa il l ) oiltin -it i n til.
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    CALL AND INSPECT


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    DENTAL SURGEON.

    Masonic Temple. Phone 364.


    N: It ~- ''~ -- Wnte t~WLITED.
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    *~. ~z~Fufoitire, Merchuilisu, &c.
    A 4Vi: I::* ddress Box 142.


    FOR RIVER IMPROVEMENTS.


    S"sate Committee Hears Vrom New
    Orlea es BirslTars M-1.
    WASHINGTON, March 8.-The senate
    committee on commerce granted a hear-
    ing today to a number of persons inter.
    ested in river improvements, among
    them being James Selden Cowden, in
    the interest of hie pian for the improve-
    ment cf the Mississippi river, and a
    number of New Orleans business men,
    in behalf of otner plans for Mississippi
    river improvements.
    Mesars Bryant, Saunders and Wood.
    ward were heard upon the necesnitv of
    the improvement of the Mississippi
    river outlet. They especially nrged an
    immediate appropriation for tue con.
    struction of dredges with which to keep
    the south pass clear after the expiration
    of the present Port Eids contract.
    Carpenters Strike.
    MONTGOMERY. Ala., March 7.-The
    carpenters on two of the big buildings
    in course of erection here went out on
    a strike yesterday. The grievance at
    one of the buildings was that nonunion
    brick ayers had been imported from At-
    lanta. and that it was against the rules
    of the union to work with nonunion la-
    bor. In the other case the contractor
    insisted that ten hoars would be con.
    sidered a day's work, whereas the union
    fixes a dav's work at nine hours.


    S I tt'ink I would .*, err zv with
    >pail; w i 111 fi 'r ('i:,ta r'l;tl in's
    l'ain P>:i!t:.'" writ. M r. \" H .s;t.-
    plPtiit. 11' rm;;i't ~, Ii;. **I l::tve l> t.
    .1 t;< *,, Il w it; i i u:.iia I;t;i-,n f,,r- ,-verr-ti
    yev ir- :, 1 i.itv,, trit.d rot'i; -, l-- w iti -
    out :uti liA r. Iiu Pain Il t:ain i-, t' ,'
    best 1]- d1 int I tv, haV t i 4.ld ,I '"
    O ne au iiii'-,:rii, reli,-vi- ',. :l iii.
    For ;.l, I*1 ; lla nt n i i r,-.. 21l '.itl-
    afox -:r- e:.
    1:1) TO IEI U [lIJt.
    I v- j- t r -ceive-l a fi ., :.,t f
    All kindJ- ,of caidi -. am id -tll t.t1 in t
    very re.i-u;ii thiri priees.
    M 1 M 1I ,:". "7, c t- i,-r pi n;i .1
    Chocolate I)ropa2, 2n .iit- t r
    pound.
    Multan Mixed, 2 pouindt for 2 5
    Scentt-.
    All Fancy Mixed C('andrly. thi bept
    ve brought to Peiusacolatat 44) cents
    per pound. Cal! and see for your-I
    ;elf.
    They are fre-h and fine just from
    the vines. C. APOSTLE.
    24j 1Im

    comfortablee mattresses,
    pillows, etc'., to go with your
    new furniture. b You can


    THE OYSTER S:A.SON.


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    DUNN'S


    HOTEL


    CN EUROPEAN PLAN.


    Restaurant Attached, Open Day a


    TIME TABLE.

    LOUISVILLE AND NASHVILLE RAILROAD.
    IN KI FECT- T JAN; \ 1' '. 1 .


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    Restau3.ranxt,

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    mDeals at All Hours.


    Open Day and Night.


    fW "A Complte Sr t .)c o" 'f : ;::-. N ;:-. ( ,. I--. (':.,-- .:1 T .
    I ''i-tatl.t l ot Haud.

    Finest Oysters for Family Use a Specialty.


    Acme Beer.

    THE BFEST iEE SOLD IN
    PENSt'ACOL1A.

    Dannheisser Bros.,

    AGENTS.

    Alsf ol by M. Perry anl Win, Yate.


    B~JNLN !~~NAY ~The Jug Trade


    T3a.- sai IVn a tint ces,
    Tuesday and Wednrsday.
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    OPERA COMPANY.


    Is Our Specialty.---*




    Dannheisser Bros.,

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    Tr0 Ih. W i p Ati~ llrin Jacks!

    LSJ) PL31 '[K PM~F"1OR THIS AC!T -LODlGE D1IIICT0IY
    P; i;, ?- I' a)f .u'4 1 ..1. Mi : rock.


    M<,,:f.ly Ev,.nitrL,.
    'rFi' I TWO' VA(GA BONDS.
    w :i>>ur'! 'o'n -ion oft rrniuie.
    ute-,day Matin-ee. SAID PASHA.
    I'ue!sday Night, CARMEN.
    W+edus da*v Matinee,
    QUEEN S LACE
    HANDKERCHIEF.
    W'edtnsday NigAht,
    MASCO('()T IN TWO ACTS alid
    CAVALLERIA RI'HTICANA.

    NI(;HT I'RICES: 25.8-5,:5nd.0c.
    MNATIN EES: 2>c to all part- of
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    buy th1le whole out/it f'rom, .,r- voi tvid i:nNi)extra
    v Iiiiati L'fu r ~ c aii dMSea I- it it.\-x oNw
    .'larston, (S-Finch. ()n


    THE ORIGIN&L--


    A B. C.


    BEER.


    KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS.
    Pensacola fiodg.. Nip.3. K. oif V.
    fleets every Slonday evem-
    Ing at 7-;;w". at Caslle Hall.
    In liutchinason hall. We"t
    / I ut.ndtsncia sttrott.
    V1k4tinig hroithren cordially
    welcomed.
    K. ft. & .

    W. 0. W.
    Live Oak Camp No. I Woiu~an oft Me
    w~orldt.
    M-t fi rostaiff t ird I riuiav light in

    S'. It. TtANT V.Ir'. Clerk. C ~


    CHAS. COTTRELL,

    Artistic Photographer,
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    Bl nB U)BS. 9 CO.,

    afox treet


    afox Street,

    cola, Florida.



    GAINS


    --IN


    Estate.


    -, ,~11 $10 0 i ;,~-r- -f land nnrth
    will toul'mro. amijuionrsg city
    Tbr R~lar $2000 1 i 4ni-r
    $3000: V.I .int ro- i - It
    Mbals rach Da y r!li%;.rop V nN.- i
    $400ORKJ lou Ma0rid ~tti*' Hits ,vit, This
    25c Each. pr'sp*'irtY tA a ft'Aat. r front i ~ ii thebUS : %Io
    1 t 14Ba outImruil Li1t t;'i-.. 11 A -ts
    N~ill buv o I#-iof h-best rei-
    $5000vnvs% miWe-4 11 all. ns..d-w
    I~ Ii :,.k LCu'. W~(:,


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    OYS'ERS. FISH AND GAME OF ALL KINDS IN BEACON.

    Special Orders at Any Hour.


    $6000will ,Uv ]it oto ',* 1ft front ofi
    $60001l'aIa fc x -4troeet. ow t o I if t re.g
    or v I uhiscan b I) ,rr-Iat*hViwixti t or
    htiiruup'h purpo-e..
    wil l b t ]fit k i j'-:-ft fronC oni
    $ 700(0 1irs(' .r% ititii.-I Itft -''it on Al-
    carO ald Id,! ft fr',rt -ii Wrtictiu. Tb~s

    p1 r!~ f will tolrivahnl-,m1.'i U.ro-',UWFC
    $8000( 1iV f-.i ( i T* 1; :y ti. t'A14-Jjo laI&
    fo ~and T1,rragoir 'a t ro.pi,.

    $9000~ wi i ll 1.'eM. i p H it %oarr- I.rtiv wthid
    11MI ,' V I' ) 111i T'. I Nt,- u sd

    ii P.Sfees




    J. E. StillmanlCo12,,

    L'ast Sidc of Plaza.


    H. A. WATERS,


    Butcher and Green


    Grocer.


    PHONE 172
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    Sop, P.er rf Johrson & So:si Store,
    I.\TI-:*FNVIA.\ I.\ : I F:Kr.

    JOHN McDAVID,

    REAL ESTATE AND BqOKERACE.
    S ITY PiROI' i-i;t I FAIMINU


    A N IINI) I I. F IEI LANb.DS
    P)I-tf-; A 1.E.


    Loans Placed at Reasonabla Rats.
    ~;Ea-;t Govirrunisr-t Street.


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    V. J. VIDA Sole Wholesaler. PA
    Pensa
    110 R~, 3KIS1. ,HAM W,3 IIPR 19IP AN D0 -113TIC

    Paul Joues ail Echo 0Sprins clebratld Whislics, B A I

    TIY I BOTTLE OF 1ElRY 1TONI.
    P'HONE 1.54. : : : : P. 0. IIOX 67.
    JUG & FAMILY TRADE SOLICITED
    FreI eIlivery to Any Part of th- 4( .ty.
    .. ^All ord*.-s n-ft at Th" ricee, Vidal A& mith, will tv carefully


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    PROFESSIONAL BOARDS. RATES:--From $1.I ) to $1.54, per Day. LODGING:
    ---.---.-..-..t..- and 511) S. S,uth PalafOx Street. PenMacula. I lriida 25 and 50c
    Dr. ffareelIus (Gereary.


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    THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 9, 1900. 5


    IOCAh NEWS N(


    tutttV itut tI)r re-ining.
    i- s*io in ttii. great 5erbtina prob-
    a' :.ii.'t cover ths) couiiumpitr.iai of 2a
    f w divs and we know of oup isrlw o ljn
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    ''-s ,.- rirai~v have- iquie~t
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    the best equipped Rloasters
    in thie South. and thatU we
    can furnish /this" delicious
    bererat'e tf/ prices that
    (d.// ,!competition. 1'e Ic(iso
    wish to remind 'i, ro that otur
    Co]]j'e.s(s re ,',1/1S fresh'
    t'roin the RJou.fs r. I' while
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    DURHAM Cigars have
    been tried and fire test-
    ed. D'Alemberte sells
    them.
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    NAV.Ai. STO(l-.S MA:,i:T.
    Ul'epirt'd Daily fry TIr ,' Newn. ty
    IM s rir. A. M 'i.. (4i .. Co.
    WI"IN.
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    STHE CHRISTIAN.
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    POLITICAL ANNDINCEIENTS.
    Fewr IRepreserntative.
    _1 h:-retli" fi nr:10 tr'' iv'c Ia%,a inn datil'i


    ITES CONDITION OF IRON TRADE. COOl to
    )TES o.,.o. Cool the Blood
    Carmemie Takes cheery View-of
    Hus:n esp SiAiltion.
    N Yw Y'.K. March 7.-il)icuss'ng the I
    t cond.nion of the iron ana metal trades.n all Cases of Itchng
    ae Ir. L Age present sro:ue interesting
    fa t4 and fignre% af jw a Burn ing mor
    hel ite of Thie Iron Ag made a BHumior
    ;, u n Mr. Carunet- toTir and fnd wih h
    Liwu cheery over the l uin. es' &t:;:ao. ih
    S' e th:nk that the pa.-agi of the ,:.1,
    :, I ring con.ee in the -aua- CUTICURA RESOLVENT
    ar: aod tao inevitable expansion of c Ur-
    reicyr fc..ijwing mutt mun'taiu pr ces
    and pi :,ably case a r.se in1 b-curities. i While Cleansing the 5kin and
    ., Te situation in pig iron in the cen- Scalp with hot baths of CUTI-
    tral west. he tninka. must insure a con- CURA .OAP and healing the
    tinuansce otl resent prices for tuished. Inflamed S
    pr(oiuct during the year. Raw, Inflamed Surace with
    According to Mr. Carnegie the for- CLTICL'RA OINTMENT.
    e:ai dmuiaud which would rapidly in-
    ,crt-a3 upon even h.iby lower prices. Complete Treatment $1.25
    \ ,- , rv, a, a reserve in preventing any
    S., tlt- eeriout j ip'l ie l, i iron and steeL ,0- ', c "TM-T. '.: c rm TT..'c S' c"
    An analysis of our monthly last fur- I | a 1). LC. Xc.ii .. Prop.,Bostan.
    r .P tai';ttC ni iilustrates weii Mi Car-
    ;* Le2"'s p'-;u. In what ii kuown as
    S,* c I. central west tu ere were ru-ig on ffee! Coffee
    Marcti I -'; blapt; racess who3e total
    c.U ip.acu t were ,7.i tori. 11e call t he attention Of
    S WL ... *o y, 1 furnace. .ere. .ue, with the 2 general! publicc to 'lhe
    a apa ; of b tons: anl of these
    miv tve :are ar.ry modern aud are ,faC/ /l'tt we hare O 0jC O/


    THE PEOPLE'S STORE,


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    Schwartz,


    Proprietor.


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    Shirt Waist Window, and thyc arc heap;v r than

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    LACES D MBROID Arrivals


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    Seat of 'he Florida Chautauqua now in Session
    Until March 27th.
    -, iincst Resort in Western Flori la ::


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    kind. We've had made a special lot: nice, but

    nimaker was given a hint as to who they were


    r a.nd quality was not spared.


    XEXT WEEK A


    We place cn sale 50 Silk Skirt Waists,

    Asked front and back. $6.50 value, all colors, this
    ;"le at S4.98.


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    J. M. HILLIARD & CO.,


    Carriages. Buggies, Wagons and Drays.

    .- Repairing Attended to Promptly. -::.
    E" A-T <.\ .N SI'. N \SA\ OfLA, LA.


    Roscs--Carnations.


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    REAL ESTATE,
    Rental and Insurance
    AGENTS,
    'No. 1 S tut!i Palafox Str "-.


    Carnations 75c per dozen. -r,-
    American Beauntes S3.50 to $4.10 per doz r'.
    All O.her Ro'es $1.50 to S1.75 per dczen, to you.
    i:.z P.oi'- -. MISS VIOLETTE MO1 ENO.


    :-NEW ARRIVALS!

    OL I first annourncemnt of New Artivals of Spring
    Apparel. A generous assortment. large variety
    of color s and styles to select from nof Ladies' Waists.

    We carry all kinds: the largest assortment in the

    city of well known brands. Among them the famous
    ",(,',/i'/ /I;,.//,/. famous for fit, -t\ Ic and finish-in


    fact the best fitting Waist in the land.


    dealer or ciustomcr can den\.


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    THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 9, 1900. 7


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    SYMPATHIZE WITH BOERS.
    P renr'h S:u-14-4eeaatqt Borileasm Batter
    I )-iore. of l itr:imh ( or-u latte.
    .:r x. M ar cL S- L v e yesterday
    eren.%i a:. it 9rof students and (10-
    1`7S, r'In a Vro)-. I>er meeting,
    n 7; :')u~t.~ sulate, bat-
    t# r-i t!-.i.. .i~ttre-i th'- win-
    1* %A *. 11 4fl M: I I177'll, n trkd'-etied
    ,4' where
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    T- -e iza- aud ar-
    I T.. ri.u:: t a vz or' 1tiI~ pro-
    a \ 7..c :z77 .rv ')f public
    n.u. It'I& Arid ext ressed

    7.'Nlarc'i iie debate.

    7,4. 'osl~ed Cetectt'0 Ca~oe of
    v-r-u; h.b:u.: ifriia tlie Fourth
    A. ..:.t i~ir.( t, 1vii .tfl ai inter-
    r u vet-terday by tfl'- auoourntnent
    p-.; .-'i t()n0- h/ieutolry of the late
    v .taiitnen resunhie-i. Mr. lisruilton
    V, :.,can afgIre-sed the hou.'e in be.
    7 t .! ALIrnMI f tIe c~..ne~tant,
    MIr A~.

    ]\':~ i- ;'., March 5 -At the open.
    ,,..u Al tne eocia',stic Democratic
    tv.-:;t! n t',tav the conferencee comn-
    1:in ..e ~%ti4 (f three representa-
    tn i i .-cai LDemocratic I-arty, re-
    rt'-X in lt.~vr (if tn~e aiiuajgii1atiofl of
    I:.. I A r, .'a 'I h- ropurt. declared that a
    uui,j, viainccevo~ary su1 exifedient.
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    t'-.~ao at'Pf.1mruo )Hesch an ra-turn 15c
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    DESTROYED BY FIRE Old Penn Mutual Life Ins.

    Paris Has Lost Theatre Which DAVID EDREHI, .,::- .,;, .


    Held Highest Rank.


    IT WAS ERECTED IN 1782

    Altered In ILtt1 r Vrars and 1Fscail-d,
    Made Modero-V-esllbulh obtaineded
    Statues of Most Distinguaihed Au.-
    thors and Actors of Frauice.
    PARIS. March 8.-The famous Theater
    Franca:s has been destroyed by fire.
    The fire broke out at about noon. but
    was not discovered immediately, with
    the result that the theater was burning
    furlousiy before the fire brigade eot tc
    work. Even then the appliances were
    quite inadequate to cope with tne con-
    flagration and by 1:30 p. m. the in:eror
    of the building was a roaring furnace.
    The dense oolumu of smoke rising from
    the fire attracted crowds from a:i parts
    if Paris. and especially when the news
    spread that it was the Theater Fran 'aii
    that was on fire. it being regarded at a
    national instltutioa.
    The theater stands an;:,st i.':ated,
    with c. square in fr-nt aud tie ;:ard'is
    of the Pala~ s R-vya belb:ini. ]. ;. ,of
    these space wero tir,)ned w:t.A !. p:-.
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    1)'Angeir anl ,1 L r:;'- tragedy and
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    lere, 1 I. u :esne, lusts an i scene.
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    by Dnbute, te y,'unoer, of Truthl en-
    i:ghteiiing the o or! i.
    At the endi of t:, corridor leading
    over to the fover was a statute (,f George
    sandi by Ci"eain.ger The ceiling of the
    interior rereeaent *-. rrancc distributingg
    ianre.s to her three great dramatists,
    Moiere, Corae;e.e :anid anin.in.
    The theater contained many fine
    pxecov of sculpture representing cele-
    brated dramatists and also sonie beau-
    tiiul mural paintings, which doubtless
    were deEtroyed in the flames.
    Thus far (,uiy a few p-rson. have been
    reported injured and they ar- mostly
    slglht witn the exceptlc.i of a wo,:iian,
    who was frightfnuly turned about the
    face, and who inay d:e as a result of her
    injure.
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    an hour later, as by that; tliu the thet-%
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    THE LAW WILL PREVAIL.
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    6 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, MARCH 9, 1900.


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    8 THE DAILY NEWS: PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, ARCH 9, 1900.


    mIR ILLO3 IITAIIC01TI


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    nLMIA CIUTAiU UA!

    Saturday, March 10.


    FRED. H. OLIPHANT,


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    Juanita Glee Club,
    4
    MORNING HOUR.
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    A 6Lt.ar'- '(i t f 'lt L i < .4, -* -
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    EVENING HOUR.
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    ML llutv 1. i ulli 1' .'-'r:a l v It.
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    R , pl t-ed. P'.r 1- _'i:e k -l w i:. tit
    Charge.

    A Rare Diy of Blended Pleasure and


    IstrQcitio.


    ONL 50 J UtR I lr.1, I
    River J untct i-n and i nt..ruaa.dlaaan. ratat ora-
    thi Spectaai Tn-a~r.. t'flCp't Arld 1'-,t I''-
    curtalon ill1 .4- '4'.oridl I' 11.II11 K E `q ..,
    Trhaantdo rnt i* ii. ti *u b-i E%- i- ; .,..S.--


    A SILVER VEIN DISCOVERED.
    (;r-.tIK~Ii*It -11 D I it. 1 s n s, r a
    K'" x'i' i~r. Mar, uii.K -- A special to
    The. ,4ent;ue. Ir..zmi Lri-t 1 ~ays a vein
    of s,.vt-r iif bet-t- i .rdCa ti td
    firm .f Adain -Ne~m-. nea: Kingilport.
    'Icon also r'-azaitisidiad mod su~ver do-
    pEiAA'd 1Otozei-er ill one s Cttiit vtoliniy.
    Ureat lti-ei,,*- nt ;,revai:.4 n up~jwr
    Esst Tent rth...' ,u aza~ouu:of Ins fird.
    I'ro-I I- twlt1-r Pa.rtlonect.
    Mci%- IF'',i ,: .Ala, Mar-h 9 The
    iroverticr h.L altioneOUd re i i`inr~aer of
    ~4I~4h. . .Wa.4 "a-i tf-nCed in 1"t.45 tr
    zen !ear. :. r .'ob-',tWHOifltnntt to tnur-
    di..r 1H" wa. i a iLit Noverqber.
    S'11c1* Wfl'('Ii it' 0'.h-ias been living
    culf't.v at a 011if, A iarcu mnunicr of
    e o',t;7-,- aa jt'lta 'Led tile governor
    1,.r tile it.irrloai aud taz r',tcrri art of
    wi. .v ,.Ia;L Ills .1111. !:~e t. -Cutave ninde


    .ra N Art te meeting
    )f i 141boarki() agri4'D~ure today the
    cauuiisioti~fer (,fa&a'2.'u.ture made thes
    'anounecnaent that tle s .ales of fertil.
    ..3r taxta !gs werr 'I.7. percent greater
    nuts year tt..n hast to) tte c()rresponding
    date. l'bi-4 snows '..wre w11 be a great
    ,.ottof a.'rt age.
    10 si~e- Its 1%. pr 4 arreiscy.
    SANIIAt24ii- (Thin'm March S.-Uwang
    to the person ne: -f tile present Chiliazi
    congress no *ear is folt bv the country
    of a new issue of 1-aper currency.


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    Men's, Ladies', Misses'
    Children's at reduced
    prices ...


    A Special Saceriliae!

    P-tir-s Laflit-\ ..ci Kid Sprinf:
    Hf-'i'-I Butiton 1an~d ILace S;L110 -
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    $1.25.
    RE'OLAR PRICE $2 01.


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    7^ Don't Miss It!


    A lllHORT TIME;
    THE ONLY TIME.
    AND CASH TIME.


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