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Title: Pensacola commercial
Uniform Title: Pensacola commercial (Pensacola, Fla. 1883)
Physical Description: v. : ill. (chiefly advertisements) ; 68 cm.
Language: English
Publisher: Commercial Pub. Co.
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
Creation Date: November 13, 1886
Publication Date: 1883-
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Dates or Sequential Designation: Ceased in 1889?
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 2, no. 6, (Mar. 6, 1883)-
Funding: Funded in part by the University of Florida, the Library Services and Technology Assistance granting program of Florida, the State Library and Archives of Florida, and other institutions and individuals.
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PENSAC()LA. FLOHI1)A. SATURDAY. NOVEMBER 13,


VOL. 5.


1 lpno W0ff F. C. CHUM HREYS
CLERK UNITED STATES COURTS
-AND--
.)h- F. -.'rPiC.t. IO.. COMMERCTAL
D'AiLEMBERi BUILDING. U. S. COMMISSIONER
Opp Expiress Office, cnlsacola, Fla. Room 2, United Staies Court House.
+ je SO-Bm
-FANK GIOVANNrS j-, m
RESTAURANT John Thompson,
manufacturer of
.g yg SWll SI BUILDINd.
P^^ Ir, Hars BriHles an Saddlcs.
Pa qe h at es r : I '.
ti i, and the pih i,. vill. ti the COLLARS MIAIDE TO ORDER.
i h.te.Be, O sT B'r Fl-Il GAMEand GOVERNMENT ; STREET,
,.ni .ri tiB I f All'tll o 10. tempt tile Opposite Operal House. Pnsacola, Florida,
Epc'iire, pLrepared ill le Bost Style of oct3 M-1y
Culinary Ar.
MEALS PI'lPAREDI AT ALL, HOURS. B, c. DAVIS. M. L. DAVIS
I.',, ,i i, ..- ,- '...I in anyvStle' Polite
A iii... M,,. 1 ,1 I Ii, i A T7T !05 3 I
His Stock ofl'rl itt.? Can ,' ..n. 1-1--,
eoc., etc., are always kept full aird con- DAVIS
l1t, P o23-2i
'plte. o- --DEALERS IN-
R H Fries, Staple and Fancy Groceries,
.A.k.ttorneiy-at-lI-aw
'PACT IChS IN ALL THI COUlTT. HAY, CORN, OATS, BRAN, ETC.
OEliN CusAan Building, IlENT BUILDING, PALAFOX STREiT,
IENSACOLA, FL()Ol>A. BE B
fele 3 8-y PENSACOLA, FLORIDA.
Dr. S. M. Gonzalez, dec 28 5-ly
RIESIDNT l
Physician and Surgeon. (Geo. Neely,
Office, Crescent D)rui. Store Rles;dcncc, ea
'PE1IACOLA, - FLA. -. ^
e.'" AND---
GEO. MARQUIS, Jr., Green Grocer.
The finest of Vegetables always on hand
and liellvered Free of Charge to all parts
ot tile city.
ORDERS RECEIVED AT ALL TIMES.
s a +,NI CHEMIST, COR. ALCANIZ AND INTENDENCIA STS.,
P 1 d ...lte stock of PENSACOLA, FLORIDA.
"'':' '' Sll"iisL s -* .ii .. I Chemicals, dec 19 8-ly
nin, Goods, Toilet
...,.....E...t c...." Maritime Surveys.
All L'.rn altrl I'a.ll'i n Mrtedicines kept Maritime Sur
Constantly ow Hand
Precriptioons Filled at all n oud. THE undersigned, Resident Surveyor for
PrsciptisFillethe AMERICAN SHIPMASTERIS ASSO.
g-IDay and Nightla A ClATION, will ive Personal Attention to
BRENT BUtLDIrNG, IIPALAF 'OY STI iET classification in the "AMERICAN ItECORD.'
E lee 1281 5-I Coontracts made for Submarine Work,
or assistance to vessels in distress.
S. C. CORBB. Surveyor.
EXTRACT Pensacola, March 11.86-1y


AI IRON ARTH 0. E. McREYNOLDS,
d'g--h .u O". chetsman,
Acid renl ]iarth.' -X -T l itit t. I
T A o ARK. MARK-. Fr, Ii t-,
s l.^e? .WANOT AN :v ,:.,.-,
SAnd alsnDcsigns and Drafts for Stairs,
0[ r'i.ll ui'lia Balnstrados and all kinds of
I ~ iV OEORNAMENTAL WORK,
ALCOHOL \ ..' '"1 t 'I0llp U'. CH AS COUNTERS, GATES, &c.
i -- Apply at the office of Ilarvey & Hilliard.
I Trade o Bark.
Trade A Tark. UCor. Palafox and Garden Streets,
PLEASANT TO THE TASTE. ERNscoLA, ,. LORIDA.
THE GREAT BLOOD PURIFIERIB! scp."86-
For Dyspepiin,,tll derangemi.ents. W L. THARP & CO.
or the Iigestive Organs and the
,iver,.k,.i .iseases. Ct, Hnurn.s, Contractors and Builders,
Sicalds and Hruises, ACID IRON
V'A l'l'l Isa upecific. -AND DEALERS IN ALL KINDS OF-
nRcumatlsin, Malaiarl Disor-
ders. Chronic iiarrLhna and ol,- ilr r ter
linate cetse" r Hnupo PIoisoning.
yield without fail to its wonder. R
faul enrative power. DRESSED LUMBER
Ask for free pamphlet, to be had -AleD-
of all 'dealers or sent, postpaid,
from thile A. I. E. Co., obile, Ala. Ai U L IN GT S
PRICE, FIFTY CENTS.
FOR SALE BY ALL DRUGGISTS. ALWAYS ON HAND.
Smarch 3.80-1y PIOPI'IETORS OF
SMBITH' Perdido Planing Mills,
P- g PENSACOLA,- -- FLORIDA.
oct 31 8 t-ly

SIKnowles Brothers,

SREALESTATE
A-AND-
fURE Biliousness: Sick Heanache In Four h 'o rs. A e ts
W Onn d .io, .. i ;1.... v i, ,,, and .. Insurance A ens
;I. ,ej.r ha. P Agenta
-". ....'1" ;'1' n 1 h, OFFICE ON
S,,. ),u,.:- oN I N iN.
Id by Drqqiiri As and GOVERNMENT STREET,
BB i.r'- SenS on rdeclplt 0.
.' .111 ?.dr stP ADJOINING THE
-.. S~ i Ps.- sr Lils MO. MERCIIANT'S BANK,
.,_ ...Pensacola, Fla.
feb 21 86-1y



ADVERTISERS -
can learn the exact cost In addition to the Premiums, a listed
which will be sent on application, we wish
of any proposed line of oSpe notice to our Cabinet
advertising in American D'OYLEY CARTE'S ENGLISH
MIKADO COMPANY,
papers by addressing Fifth Avenue Theatre, New York.
papers y a re No light opera has ever been produced in
Ge. P. Rowe11& C ., the United States that has equalled in
I O. J. .L.O~eii *f l popularity "The Mikado." The original
Newspaper Advertising Bureau, company to produce it in Ihis country
e or. as' DOyley Carte's English Company,
10 Spruce St., New York. selected there by Gilliert and Sullivan
Send lOots. for 100-Page Pamphlet. and sent to this country. We have is-
marcl 27 86-ly sued, for distribution to our patrons
whio will send us wrappers as below a
these artists, in character and costume,
the finest photographic gelatine work
--o --- ever produced. They comprise:
C ity H otel, Geraldine Ulmar, as....... "Yum Yum."
SMisses Ulmar, Foster and t. Maur, as
C ity H ote,.1, .st.:r.., \ g:"
S"Three Little Maids from School."
*at.ll.. F,.tt>-r .:,- ;... [Pitti Sing.'
d, a e P o eto ... ... T, ...rn.. .a~ .... ...."Ko Ko.,'
Courtico Piounds, as.......... "Nanki Poo.'
Ed. Sexauer, Proprietor (ou.-tj oPndm as. a go;
SIFrIleriei, as ............... 'The Mikado.'
Fred Billington, as... ......... "Pooh Bahl.'
E. J. COOKE, l Xrk, ty-five cents each, but to any one who uses
ET ST on-cap, and sending us 15 wrappers of
i-O lRNT -"T ., l- Dobbins' Electric Soap, and full postoffice


BAST SIDE OF PUBLIC SQUARE, address, we will send the whole series, post-
SO age paid, and fiee of charge.
PENSACOLA, FLOI)A CRAGIN CO
I. L CRAGIN & CO.,
t ar.1 I" ihl, DAY, WEEK or MONTH. 119 8, Fourth-st., Philadelphia.
eb. ln-.ly. augl8 86.4m
kL I


IP=ionreer Estiablti -J t m enxt Business Men, Attention! STRANGE FREAS OF ELECTRICITY.
It has not "been without calm de- Singular Phenomena of the New Zealand
fl.H -.o i 1 liberation of, ald much mental specn- ErupUon-- A Puzz.ng Atfair.
nation upon the subject, that the pro- Among the many extraordinary na-
S1 CIAL have again decided tissue a eruption of Mount Tarawera, one which
IAL le again decided tissue a appears to me not the least singular has
DEALERS IN--- ; TRADE EDITIONI *.: been passedover in comparative silence
DEALERS Our past efforts inl this Jc'dinetion, and without exciting comment so far as
while the have added materiallya to I am aware, among the cientitto o un-
DSi C loShipry, SIai Siors, StP la F c roMriM O .. Tob cCo ad[ LI r gression, have been to ourselves any- lectures have heard there related one of
MANILA, IEMP AND USSTA POLT ROPE, COTTON AND IEMP DUCK AND DUCK thfng but finaisial successes, and the strange and, so far, inexplicable cir-
WIRE ROPE A DI SElZING. I S H anize M R BOAT SAILS. w ile we entertain no fear that the cumstances witnessed by Mr. McRea
ANCHORS, CHAINS,' NAILS, SPIKIS, YELL(6W METAL, COPPER, TA.iEDI PAPER, IIEMP, FEL i'ING, OAKUM, ROSIN, TAR, at~ liary spirit heretofore manifested andwotherst must de' .
PITCH AND CRUDE TURPENTINE. i1ur, undertakings of such nature, itselfhad opened tod
Slboe aall backward in this, we lude to the fact of t
SCapstan Bars and Hand Spikes. dsi to imps our business to make water
Sartticutlarl5, and all classes of our night when earthu M i [gi e -
DEVOES' CELEBRATED DiA- OUR \VAlNISII DEPARTMENT CONSISTS OF COACH, LDEMAR', WVI[TE LEAD, WHITE ZINC IN citizens generally, with the impor- narrative from Mr. McRaes own lips.
MOND PASTE PAINT-ALL COPAL, JAPANS, SECCATINE, ASPIIALTUM, PARAFFINE, OIL& DRY. PAINT BRUSH- ance of giving us such ajpatronage and I feel confident that few who have
COLORS; DEVOES' CELE- BRIGHT, OIL FINISK SPAR COMPOSITION,. ES AND ARTISTS' MATERI- as will justify us in read of the maglmfcent courage and
BRATED PAINTS IN OIL GUM AND LIQUID SIELLACS, ALS. READY MIX ED PAINT EXCELLING OUR PAST EFFORTS, presence of mind displayed by him
AN) DRY COLORS. WHITE AND BROWN. IN ALL COLORS. andplacing the business importance among those fearsome surroundings, and
none who have heard the plain, un-
LARD, CYLINDER, COLZA, SIGNAL, NEATSFOOT, FISH, TAR, RESIN, BLACK, ASTRAL AND PARAFFINE OILS. of our cty before the country i a varnishedtalemodestly related by him-
much more representative form and self, will ascribe the circumstances as
A Splendid Assortment of Table and Pocket Cutlery, Scissors, Shears and Raors. oil a much grander scale than has ev- due to the working of anoverheated and
er before been done. It is our inten- excited imagination.
---1A. C o 3e o 1 e t3 e FL i3 ne o slx i g Ta c I e. tion to publish ppeMr. MoRae says: "I made Qeorge
.aI4etpaperXtiooeBaker, the cook, put some water ontof
WE CALL ATTENTION TO OUR LARGE ASSORTMENT OF GUNS, PISTOLS AND ALL KINDS OF AMMUNITION, LOADING IMPLE1MEN'TS, GUN COVERS, TWELVETO SIXTEEN PAGES, Baker, the cook, put some water on the
S GAME BAGS, DOG CALLS, DOG WHIIlPS, CHAINS, COLLARS AND LOCKS, HUNTING KNIVES AND LANTERNS, FI.:LT AND APER WADS, containing 7,500 to 10,00 were to make cocoa or the women, who
.the edition containing 7,500 to 10,000 were cold and shivering, poor souls,
BRASS AND PAPER CATTRIDGE SHELLS. copies. This publication will em- though holding up grandly. About
body the minutes, elaborated, the let- three quarters of an hour afterward he
Nsametme in the passage and said to me:
Agents for U. S. Survey, Geodetic and Ilydrographic and Eldredge Charts, Publications, Nautical Almanacs, Instrumncens, Foreign Charts, Ship Com- oers and addresses of the forthcoming met mein the passage and saidto me:
passes and Bliss' Taffirail Logs and Rotarors. p Convention which will be 'Come here, sir.' 'What is it? said
ae and iss Taffrail Logs and otaors.Shipping Convention which will be I. 'I can't get the water to boil.'
FARR & WONSON'S CAPE ANN, NEW ENGLAND AND WOOLSEY'S COPPER PAINT. BAGNALL & LOUIS, BLOCK CO'S METALINE held in this city, a detailed and accu- he said. -Tut,' said I; 'poke up theflre.'
PATENT IRON AND ROPE STRAPPED BLOCKS, DOCK AND SNATCH BLOCKS, GINS. SHEAVES, MASt' HOOPS, rate report of our export and import 'It's a good fire,'he replied, and so it
Patent Gaff Topsail Cleat with l)own Haul Attachments, Ship Cabooses, Ranges and atin Stoves. merce,with itsacc was, a glowing fire of blazing rata legs
co ec, accessories, -a splendid fire. 'Put your hand in
CAREFULLY COMPILED STATISTICS there and feel it' said he, taking the lid
OA RS, PLA IN A ND COPPER F TIPPEiD. of our business in every form, res- off the boiler. I did so-very gingerly
Edson's Celebrated D; ,I.1.. .ir. P umps, Ruibbers and Repairs; Edsoi,'s and Nathan Richardson's Celobrated Sulcr' rSi, F-dWC 'PSTANS and WIND- pective descriptions of our diversified I can assure you, and found the water
LASSES,-a Ship Side Liigts andl Side Lilght Glasses, Anchor Lights, all sizes. Agents for TUG BD)ATS AND) PILOT BOATS. industries, accurate information re- as cold as when we put it on. There
Ship Masters will notice to Iheir interest our Advcrtisement. Everybody is cordially invited to call and sea us. nov 1485-tf guarding our prospective railroads, and were so uanyd me that thinarti hap-
Sa well and carefully written state- one did not excite my wonder very
J. BIEBIGHAUSER Blank Legal and other Forms ment embracing a description of the much. I thought t was owing to the
J. BIBI IAUS 7t and for s i la soil, businesses and possibilities of electricity in the air. GeorgeBaker ean
J. F D E Y kepin istoke, and for sale in large and vouch as wel as myself, for the fac of
sa..alqua lntitieseheap, at the COMMERCIAL that large territory acknowledging vouch, a weas myself, for the fa fof
Pl in Gas an Fittin the water having been on the ire for
Ship entry of Merchandise. PENSACOLA AS ITS METROPOLIS, full three-quarters of an hour, and at
Wi- ftrranty Deeds. which extends to the eastward as far the end of that. time being as cold as
--AfnD DEA LER7 IN-- l ortgage Deeds. as the Apalachicola river. whenput on. Wespoke of the circum-
GAS FIXTrURES, BRACKIETPS, SIIHADE, Bond in Attachment Cases.
GAS FIXTURES, IRACKETS, SHADES, I Tit tachment Cases. To do this properly, in a mannerothert the tme a ing
WASIISTANDS, BATITUIlS, WArTEl Affidvit ii Attachment aseb satisfactory everybody, o tr curious, but soon had matters more
T BST inTions ini Civil Actions. satisfactly to everybody, our patrons serious to distract our attention."
CLOSETS, IIOT AND COLl) WATEl -- AND DEALER IN- Stibptl(na in Civil Actions. need not be told, will. entail coln- Now, surely, here is natural phenom-
BOILERS PIPE AND Fll INGS. Afidsiin ieplevin. siderable expense; yet the vast pecu- enon worthy the investigation of all our
lc plevin Bond. niary benefits resultant upon such a scientific men, not onlyin New Zealand,
FIXTURES RE-BRONZED. W atche, Clcks, Jew elry, i. creditable showing will but throughout the civilized world. We,
Palafox Street, Next to G. Forcheiner, Fsortconin Bond in Replevin Cases. REPAY TEN-FOLD ANY OUTLAY aosperi pathatthe greater the
ENSACOLA, FA. Propertyent for persona our business men may see fit Lo rnakl nsupaber of of heat required to
il my 1Soi-ly i..- .. .. I.-' n..n. in this conndftion.; andl white it is, in :la me A doe
NA A a -ir-, Afflidavitu.n *-,i"**-iF'...-
STt, i CORNER PALAFOX AND INTENDEtCIA STREETS eae Warr a one seance, a urerrant. bUis sgu
Pald4lf-AssaLnitl atte y.Ia l
er & -- 4 ,) ...._l .tie. ]ioii, inlitsi gem e: 'al4 si^ I ,4
-GENERAL H Aso 1.t -A si station'f at -A u Batter t
--(NERAIT --CIe cOf.( n -- ,LL. CI~p ,O( . Ati;it--l,nrcc~~r, Unt~t~ ar~enrv.
.-Altii Larceny.') most effective and
ComllllliSSiol Merchants, Fine and Complicated Watches Carefully Rep'aired. Rccognizanicoof Witness. form. sientiflc men as one we
D D iamonds Rontc Execu s. their research.-Cor. New Zealand Her-
-AD A S IN- J y nClocks itepaire Warrants. It is not without a little egotism aid.
Jewelry and Clocks epatred. Aidavit inlCriminal Cases. and much pride that the editors and
Fancy tonugram Letter Engraving. (op Liens. proprietorsof the COMMERCIAL point The Books Balneed Pereetty.
rtOCERIE LiiLases. lropi'ietors of the COMMERCIAL point
L E &F L Alarringe License. to a comparison of Pensacola's busi- The cashier of a business place had co-
Mechanics' Lein. cdion to leave his desk one day, and he
SIIIP STORES, TOBACCO : '-llal Receipts ness importance of to day with that called the son of the proprietor, who
S'i Fa. wllclh greeted our incipient champi- was at work in another department, to
-AND- DIAM ON D davit in : arishnialset. onship of this city's material interests, take his place for an hoir or two, and
C- a i attel Mortgio. five years since, and we feel no instructed him about how to make en-
Iii INIQ l~TJ (7). Suiiiihpa (ina-Ciuciilt Court. hesitation i I tries in the cash book, incase any money
4(4 Money cannot by it, for Sight is prieolcs,,-; ains-Cil"-cit Collrt. hesitation inl leaving to the verdict came in, t receipts on one side and the
PALAFOX ST., O)pp. PBIJhl SQiA R 'a Money ciniot buy it, for Sight is priules- ; i alins-Circiit Court. of a ge s i cin thBecipats on on ede andthe
PAAFXST.,Opp. S of agenerouspeople, the COMMER disbursements on the other. The boy's
Pensacola, Floi-isdi. / / l CIAL'S share in hasteningtho develop- father came in and wanted$2, which the
Feb. 14 IS6.-y ient of those resources which have. son gave him, and when the cashier
INCREASED OUR POPUIATION came back he found an entry inthe cash
early 100 per Sclt in four1yeaJs, and book. On one side was this: "Took in
Nearly 100 perct it o uc iyearsu and two dollars from a granger with his
Sgiven our city such prominence in the pants tucked in his boots." The cashier
\- v. W HOLESALE eyes of the world that Garrett, of looked at the scrawl in the book and
WIOLLS E Baltinmore, John Roach, of Chester, then at the cash drawer,---ad saidb
(' R Of C E R S D "Jay Gould, and others have been se ll, where's the a u dollars' to a ndia
(tboy thought a minute, took a pencil and
A S'iously cosidering the advisability- wrote on the other side of the book: 'Pa
SPECTACLES. -AND- the one of making this the collected the two dollars." The cashier
1 GULF TERMINUS OF THE BALTIMORE sighed and the boy said: "Well, it
AND OHIO RAILROADbalance doesn't it? What more iloyou
S-IJ AL the second of'copting at this point want?"-Pec' Sun.
S-4 T l _a. EYES ACCURATELY FITTED WIT with John Bull in The Newspapers wort ide.
PITCH PINE LUMBER and LATHS, ES AC RATELYFITTED IT f IRON SHIP BUILDING; The worst side of the newspaper-the
CYPRESS LUMIBER a L SPENCER'S OPTHALMOSCOPIC TEST LENSES. Feed Stuffs and Flour the other of bringing another railroad worst ide of personal journalismis this
-AND SAWED CYrl'lE;S-- Thel Diamond Spectacles and Eye-Glasses not only claim to be, hilt iare tle to our" shores' and the others of brig- t the exceptional ide,
-bcsDl.at Science has been able to produce. P FAPEI BAGS i- the northwest makes it seem the real and personals e.
SIINGLES. besttatSienceasbc abe toproduce. ing the northwest in dit'ect commtuni- Crimeare made interesting, criminals
OURl STANDARD, 5xlS INCH ES. The Lenses, as well as the Framers, are made by thoroughly skilled arti- cation with the gulf at this point by heroes, and their doings chronicled as if
SAMPLS FURNISHED.aq, nd Every Pair is ground of perfectly Scientific Principles. They ar -A- building still another railroad, the they were kings and queens. It isthe
SAMPJs ttNl ss, ad vy Pair is giouni of pfccl~ Sieiilifch.TheaPENSACOLAANDMEPPIambitionfan y perona to see them-
perfclclly colorless, do not polarize light, have no Iprismatic colors or scat Ilercdl W APPING PAPER PENSACOLA AND MEMPHIS, ambition of many persons to see them-
C3eo WV. WV right. rays, common to pebbles and otho'lenses in use. which latter promises a speedy com. se ve inprint; and f a gr will get
ie1 ns) i6-l ltion married to see her name in the newspa-
k S d o In t lFOX ST., OPPOSITE PLAZA. per, as one admitted she had done, why
I r. Clocks Sold on Installments. ,t ,O OSIT The Collnercial has received few it is not beyond the bounds of possibU-
SDr.- P E A se r, 5 A PE AC L A, FLA. favors for which it has not given a ity that a man would commit murder in
se -p 1 86-1 y quidpro quo, and it purposes, in this order to be the reigning newspaper s-
ENTIST, os station, and that he would exercise inge.
DEN TIST, of patronage for which it will not ingMthatthis increase his sensatioual
EHO T E GIVE MORE THAN VALUE RECEIVED. value.-Jennie June.
OFFICE AND RESIDENCE, ,T. J. Atkins, Chief of Police, Knox- We consider it a duty we owe to a p- d from k-Weed
vill-, Tenn., writes : "My family and ple which has ever give Thread from ee
Cor. Palafox and Intendencia Sts., Cor. Palafox and Covernment Sts. I arv beneficiaries of your most ex- pe which has ever givel us support &M.iMn irqlis^Ia gsn
C. Pa/afox nteCor. Paafox an clliit beeficiane, s of your K s New to herald to the world on, occasionally, ity united have produced threads froi --
Airl-huuit incdicimie, Dr. King's New
All Operations i the various irancel s Discovery for consumption; having a grander scale than the every day ed- the blossom of the common mnk-weed
of DIantistry saillfiully anul artistic- Table Su ed with the Best the Mark e Affords, ,leIC ,o testify to its virtue. MY section, attd it remains with that peo- Cpro ed at a ucles theaflb e
ally executed. T i ith te Bettud it to be all that you claim for it, iton, the advantages of our city and which has the consistency and tenacity
d.-ire to testify to its virture. My section, andit remains with th of imported flax or linen thread; and is
Fine Gold Fillins a Specialty. POTITE AnD ATTENTITTVEW IN SERVICE. frieds to whom I have econmended section, tit remains 0at produced at a much less cost. Thefibre
Slli POLIE AND ATTENTIVE WAITRS IN SERVICE t at y oppotuity." pie to haveour representation creditable is long, easily carded, and may be rea-
Ladies will find a Lady As-istant in the )Dr'. King's New Discovery for Con- or otherwise. Our canvassors will be ily adapted to spinning upon an ordin-
Dental Rlooms. ar 27 86-1y Accessible to the Business Po rtion of the City. s'I1nomlt is guaranteed to cure with you in a few days, soliciting ary flax spinner. It has the smoothness
DentlRosi 8 -ly c sbl to the siness o1 te City. CoIhs, Coldls, Ilronchitis, Asthma, that which, according to the proper- foandr swing. machine use. Th walubledi
D u. -- |. ia ,| | jCroup and every affection of Throat, propo for sewing- machine use. The weed is
D r T J. W elch rup amd eey affectionof 'h'oat ts in which it shall be accorded, timmol throughout this country but
00rT J Yo l; W q *) R m ,. (tlicst amind Lung-:. Trial Bottles Free t hic t ha be accoed, common throughout this country, but
-(S ssor to Dr. Landr.-- New ly andtl Furnishe at lie Ciescent Drugr Store. Lae wil make or ar a project intended grows profusely in thesouth. The ma
S Size $100. to be vastly beneficial in its results, terlal oetenothing for cultivation, and
Graduate of the Baltimore College of the gathering ias cheaply done as that
DENTAL SURGERY J. i to AN OLD CITIZEN SPEAKS. JOB WORK. of cotton.-Dry Goods Chronile.
Oldest Dental College i1n the World. joelli s0-tf I Mr J. M. Norris, an old resident of Merchants and others are requested The Earthquakes of L.
WILL DO ALL KINDS OF -Rome, Ga. says, that he had been bad- and will find it to their interest to ex- In IAma there is constant shakingof
S 1 Ai rR I liroubled with Kidney Complaint amine the prices they are paying for the ground. The houses are uniformly
IN TH M MOD AN EATGST O DABARGAINS IN It'Ld A ND ORGANS e 'l:, a gieat many years and with job work ad comparig them with three stories in height. The frsttory
ID en tis r r GREDANATlIST BAR AINS IN r1 A NDORG I S Ezcenna for .lhree years; at limes could Is of brick srth g a tone, their wall being
ilgSTRICTLY FIRST-CLASS. + se-:irmcely walk and had tried many t10 rites of the COMMERCIAL JOB fully three feet thick. The upper two
GENTLE OPEIlATIONS. EVEIl OFFERED IN PENSACOLA CAN BE HAD AT THE remedies without benefit, until he be- OFFICE, especially as to standard are made of bamboo lashed together.; It
ALL WORK GUARANTEED. E B A* B AN CH M U SI, OU SE ,l taking Electric Bitters and work, such as Bill and Noteeads. take pretty severe earthquake to de-
Tiny Dr. Welch's DENTRIFIC, put u~p at JS l 1V1UU S baoiing his hands and feet with oitt t'r water motor anld power stroy. thes buildings. The pecu- .:
his lice from Formula by ro. F. J. .OF lklen's Arnica Salve. This treat- dresses and f all stock liar tng about a shake is that the first
Gorgas, A.M., M.D.. D.D.S., a toaclic- ur lor' -IIIpiit afforidcd himn great relief and he p'eses, ald purchase of all stock at ine' yonget one you are apt totake it
21 years, occupying the highest plosiiion of H SN lTriW only recommends Electric Bit- wholesale rates direct from the paper coolly. The next time you are afraid,
Dent;stry, and Editor of thlreeof lih SIalnd- ors to all who suffer with Kidney manufacturer, we are prepared to ex- and hereafter that you are demoralized.
DENTRIUFIC S N iARL \ D. r o Tplaints, or necd a Blood Pur- cute first-class wqrkon the bst paper Earthquake are something that no man
Dr.WeTich'sDentriiceisfor saeat o. ( N R '.\L.AFOX AND INTE D Nc'IA STREETS ir. Sold by Crescent Drug Store. promptly, il. 9 quantity and at can become austomed ta--Chicag
Marquis' Drug Store. lowest rates. ~l'aatnd see for your- Herald.
Is prepared also to supply proper Tooth 1IN t(OLA, FLluq .(. BUCKLEN'S ARNICA SALVE. selves that we are doing and will do Place your advertisements in Ihe
B sant Mouit lashe f S r .LL -:- AND -- t A IINE. The best salve in the world for all we promise. CoBaItERcIAL, which assures you ol
tions of the Mouth. v Culs, Bruises, Sol'es, Ulcers, Salt '
ons oAf the Mouth. Im, Fs Sores, Tetter, Chapped PEOPLE'S PAPER. more than double the number of
S NO PAIN IN EXTRACTING ...... Rm, Fever Sores, Tetter, Chapped readers vou can reach through the
aIgNitrous Oxide Gas alna s on hand, ., .. i c 1. ...,1 Ilauids, Chilblains Corns,eand all Short, pithy communications from columns of any other paper In this
as well as Cooaine and all other Local t 1.1. l ..r..I..I a- n* l. 1 r ale ;aI S e.- Skin Eruptionls, and positively cures all sections and from all patlties, re. county and city.
Anesthetics of any value, each lllng its :i,,.. Il;. II 2"., ,.,.,i' i.. i iiilrl <.r ,,...,- ,,,,, ]'Piles, or nopay required. It is guar- lasting to local news or other items of :


respective place. ---' ... "r Il.i.- ,,.1. .ll- ii Ihi il ,r .i 'r e),, h.rk 4,'.linel.i., 'In ,i.' r,,i atecd to give perfect satisfaction, interest or discussing matters of pub- IWqare lthe only wholesale boliue in
Office-Up-stairsl ove A ery & Woolfolk ,,.. I ,, ,.;. ii- --.- ae. u.irrt .i....i iI. 1 ,i r or monIe refundedd' Price 25 cents lic interest,will be highly appreciated Pensacola that receive N Milins'
PENSACOLA, FLO RIDA. ,'.u ....1 I..r .I 1. ,.. -. C.ll nd gel \V..rke.C. A.I a' nit,-..-.l. .. I per box. For sale by Crescent Drug and cheerfully inserted in the Cox- Creamery Butter direct
may 12 86-tf li4vnm anl -i'e ni'.n-ey. IACOLA Co'iMMLkit, IL. Store. I3ERCIAL. LWIS BEA & C(


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CONSOLIDATED LABOR INTERESTS. THE PENSACOLA AND MEMPHIS.


It is not without reason that our Its Advantages as an Enterprise and
citizens, generally, and the large nuui- the Benefits thatits Completion will


PUBLISHED SEMI-WEEKLY.
WEDNESDAY AND SATURDAY.
By the Commercial Publishing Company.


If the Democratic party does not iu- have 'his share of the work ; it is well.
tend to commit suicide, it must change lie is here, holds the balance of power,


its policy and select its candidates
outside of the old ring masters such
as Bloxbam, Henderson, Raney,
Barnes, Disstoni, Perry, and the old
coalitionists, who aremalways ready to
sell out and trade with corrupt
leaders of the Republicans, like
Cheney and Conover.
-If the Democratic party of Florida
wants any guarantee that their friends
will not fly the track they must keep
in the track themselves. The present
-leaders mean rule or ruin and bolt
whenever they. cannot control.
.Judging from results in this conlity
we have no doubt that Syd. L. Carter,
like Maxwell, would have bolted the
convention ii. he and his friends had
been unable to control it and had
found themselves a minority therein.
THE PENSACOLA CONVENTION.
The Convention of the American
Shipping League meets at Pensacola
to-day, and we hope that it will be ae
success. The questions propounded
for discussion must all be answered in
the affirmative. There is no possible
negative.
After answering all the questions af-
firnatively, what will come of it?
There are sevm-ral harbors upon the
gulf coast adequate for steam shipping,
'and all o 'f l, ii \ill ido 1'irge bu-i-
:-111n1d gn to 10 'imS har k. T' llfre neid
be no riv ,al $ h, .ly. l] -N;'-
'n ,.l' rl i',' w-. '*i li'r, t i- -,m -i -..
by the railroads to Newv York. A
very small portion of the crop, only
so inch as our own nmloey can coln-
mand from advances to planters, stays
with us and seeks such transportation
as we find to be cheapest. These cot-
ton receipts, which belong legirnately
to our seaports, are dwindling year by
year. Acres of warehouses in the
gulf cities are now idle. What is to
be done? Evidently we must seek
other subjects of trade. yrnimust de-
velop and extend our lumber resou rces.
But the lumber business will not sup-
port large cities. Something else
must be done. Here. at Pefisacola,
Mobile and New Orleans it is certain
that we must draw to ourselves the
iron and coal wealth of Middle Ala-
bama-the coal to be used as steam
power to move manufiiactories, and
three bbeforged into fabriiS to
apply the uff and Atlantic seaboard.
Tfiere is no other hope for this seaF-
board.-Melbile Register.
The Vote on the New Constitution.
CEDAR KEY, Fla., Noveinber 8, 1886.
Nothing has been more surprising
titan the vote of the New Constitution.
Duval County, which was the centre
of the opposition, where the "lawyer
scare" was sprung, gives about the
largest majority for the instrument,
while Jefferson County, thle home of
Sam Pasco, its father, gives the larg-
est majority against it. How is this?
We understand, two, that, Mr. Pasco,
whose views are so well known, was
elected Senator front Jefferson County.
Other surprising votes might be cited
on the constitutional question. We
care, however, to mention but one
other, that of Escambia County, the
home of Governor Perry. This conn-
tv was understood to be wholly com-
mitted to the New Constitution. Mr.
Wolfe, of the COIIMERqIAL, one
of the leaders of the revolt
against Mr. Davidsoi, was among
its stoutest supporters; Gov. Perry,
_Hos. JjE. );.,ig-., ,llen'he .-
M allory, amid .irl,.-, l .-i .lm or tei
Democracy, favored its adoption, yet
it was snowed under by an over-
whelming majority. Cedar Key was
the only precinct in this county (Levy)
where it was supposed the comnstitu-
tion had any opposition, and yet it
was about the only one which gave it
Sa.majority, which was overcome inll
the eountv.
The friends of temperance through-
out the State are no doubt peculiarly
gratified over the adoption of Article
XIX. A vote ou the liquor question
-by counties will perhaps wipe the
traffic out of the State. I am satisfied
this county will vote dry when the
question comes up. There are many
who have heretofore been opposed to
prohibitory laws who have become
convinced that society and good order
demand such laws. But for.whiskey,
you would never hear of any disorder
iln this town, and I dare say the same
could be truthfully said of any other
community in the State where whis-
key is sold.-Cedar Key in Times-
Union.

"Charley, I want to ask you to do
something for my sake," said young
Mrs. Tocker. "You know you are
very dear to me, and I am always
afraid something is going to hap-
pen to you. I saw in the news-
,papers that some men take their soda
water with a stick in it. I'm sure I
don't see how that makes it any b,-t-
ter, but I do hope that if you take
yours that way you'll be careful not
to wallow the stick. It wftld be
sure to choke you to death. You'll be
arefnl, won't you, Charley ?"-Mer-


and call nake or mnar the industry of
which he is part and parcel, at his
will. Let him remnernber that his
action on the occasion of the "split''
was not calculated to subserve his
interest, for by his lack ot wisdoui in
dealing with the problem only II
have been properly solved by well-
advised measures, hlie lost to himself
his share of the work iii which whlie
men alone engaged. and lessened the
rates of wages paid himself by lack ol
power to enforce the payment of bel-
ter. Ie call, perhaps, afford to worlk
for less than the white man, but his
object should be to uphold and'
strengthen the position of his white
co-laborer, in order that his own
night be correspondingly upheld, and
so that good, instead of inferior,
wages should be paid himself as a
result.
If there be any ills under which the
* laboring men of tile bay are niow
struggling, which demand allevia-
tion, there is no legitimate reason for
thinking relief impossible or unsus-
ceptible of accomplishment. It mluit
not be forgotten that the rights of
labor are but just begitnmiing to re-
ceive recognition at the hands of tlhe
iIl|.|lo iii iw.,rldl. and it will not be
ti -C. I Imi- la I m ..1r ""Ti l
-.iI-,,i -- li,,-'- i- roughoirt tile Cll-
Lt 3, ltie luig-ough'lt-I'or relief shall bal
forthcoming of necessity. Bide your
time and assume a conservative atti-
tude; the iron is heating, and the mo-
ment for striking shall come eventu-
ally.

HENRY GEORGE.
What He Thinks of the Future of the
LIabor Party.
"I shall not be the next Mayor," Ise
said, while his blue eyes twinkledl
merrily; "but a great movement has
been inaugurated by a vote which
portends certain victory in the future.
Bribery and corruption of all kinds
have been resorted to by our oppo-
nents, and yet this magnificent vote
demonstrates clearly that the work-
iigumen of the city stood solidly
together like a stone wall. The edu-
cational work accomplished in this
campaign cannot be oveor-estirnated,
and to that work 'this vote is mainly
due."
"Will the Labor party take Indc-
pendant political action next election,
Mr. George ?"
"Tlhe Labor party is now in reality
a party," was the answer. "What is
more, it has come to stay. This cam-
paign has accomplished more toward
the emancipation of labor from in-
dustrial slavery thlia twenty years of
agitation. The workiungme of New
York have awakened at last to a realiz-
ing sense of their stretigth ;and,what is
better, they have learned how to use
it. There is one thing more which
I desire to say," he continued, "and
that is I am deeply grateful foir tle
devotion of my supporters. I call
scarcely express in words how thlii
devotion has touched me; but I shall
remember the loyalty of these men as
long as I live."
Chairman McMackin, who was
standing by them, interposed. "It
was grand !" lie exclaimed, his eyes
afire with enthusiasm, "Why, I per-
sonally knew of doz-ens of men who
worked at the polls all day without
food and without even a dilne in their
pocket's to buy a loaf of b:ead. 'J'he
heelers of the hallsa came to these ineni
and shook $10 bills, in their faces; bill
they refused them, although faint with
hunger. There never was since this
country gained her independenlce
another political party which could
exhibit such a small blacklist of
trailers as ours. Thie campaign has
pointed out weak spots, and we shall
remedy them. We shall hold our
organizations together, perfect their
internal arrangements, druin up new
recruits, and next year we shall nomi-
nate a full ticket- and sweep every-
thing before us/'--N. Y. Star.

The Bulgarian Sobranje yesterday
chose Waldemar, of Denmark, to be
their Prince. Whether' or- not the
choice will be agreeable to all the in-
terests concerned, or whether Walde-
mar will accept, remains to be seen.
That the choice will be satisfactory
personally to the half-crazy Czar there-
can be little doubt; but whether it
will be equally acceptable to the
Panslav or Jingo4i'rty in Russia, who
have for years beeo, t control of the
Muscovite foregeig' policy is not yet
clear. Waldemar is of a family which
with suave and outwardly gentle
manners combines a great amount of
quiet resolution and forceful indi-
viduality that are not over-submissive
to orders. As we have said before,
the'Prince-elect is a son of Christiani
'the reigning King of Denmnark, and a
brother of the Princess of Wales, of
the Czarina, and of King George of
Greece.-N. O. State.


SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1886.


7 oLD FOGBEY1SM.
We do not agree with the Mobile
Telegram as to "the necessity of non-
intercourse between the American
gulf ports and the ports of the
tropics." Mobile may be willingfor
it, New Orleans and Pensacola are
not. Non-intercourse means utter
ruin to trade and commerce.
It is a more deadly and fatal blow
than the storm at Sabine Pass or the
earthquake at Charleston.
The gulf ports are far north of the
Tropic of Cancer and within the frost
and freezing line of the Temperate
Zone. They are not within.the tropics
nor subject to tropical laws. The
true solution is not an embargo on
vessels, but do as they did in northern
cities on the sea board.
Clean up, sewer, and wash out your
cities and "jetty your quarantine,"
so as to give' a free passage to trade.
SYD. L. CARTER.
This gentleman, who made the
leading speech for Davidson in thle
o9is-iilL~e ,-flvein tloni and Was
_Avowedly' a railroad candidate was
,the regular Democratic nominee for
the State Senate in the Cedar Key
district, and was defeated by W. R.
Coulter, a better Democrat titan him-
self, who ran as an Indepcndant.
You can't whip honest Democrats
into railroad conventions or induce
them to support railroad candidates.


ber of men engaged in the timber-
stowing business of this port particu-
larly, should indulge in liuch self-
gratulation in consideration of the
recently effected consolidation of the
letter's interests. In the disruption-
prevailifig for more than a year past-
of those lines of organized policy
which guarantee a fair remnuneralion
for: the labor of our stevedoring popu-
lation, a total dissolution of our niosl
prominent industry was thi'eatened;
biii, now, happily, the death stroke
lit been averted, and we may look
forward to a busy season in which all,
alike concerned, shall reap the bene-
fits bound to accrue upon the solidifi-
cation.
We know the historyof the "split,"
and the causes which led to it, and
while we hesitate to lay blame at the
door of anyone, we feel no delicacy in
pointing, as a warning for the future,
to thllsepvils which, as a natural se-
qufene.npchurried during the disrup-
tion, and which, we hope, will, in
their contemplation, prevent hereafter
the hasty action, the ill-advised legis-
lion, the aggressive spirit which hast-
ened such a deplorable result, lnd
engendered such disastrous cbose-
quences. Look to it, men, and see
ihat conservatism shall be the runelof
eveiy hour; and, while you nay
insist ujiol a recognition of your just
rights and privileges by your em-
ployers, remember that prerequisite
(o an enforcement of a strict observ-
ance of your just demands is a united
action coupled with temperate and
well-timed action on'the part of your-
selves.
As heretofore, the colored man will


Bring to Meridian.
The open letter to the editor of the
Philadelphia Democrat by Mr. S. N.
VanPraag, which appeared in yester-
day's News, eat-rs with direct effect
upon tlie business iilteresls of Meridan.
The Pensacola and MoIlmphis road
makes a direct eonuiecti:,ni between
tile great food-pI)rodlui:iig Northwest,
and its patrons in thle iSoiliheast.
Mempllis is already the largest in-
terior cotton nma'rket in the United
States, and is looming iup) in large
proportions as a business centre. The
railroad systems that, cross the Mis-
sissippi at that cily daily feel tlhe
ntecessity of having a bridge across
the river to acconimodate their grow-
iig business.
Th'e bridIge will be put across thle
river tllhere by the time the Pensacola
and Memplhis road is couipleltd. This
new era inl the prosperity of Memplhis
will make it a cily of growing itn-
portance. At this poitt, the Pensacola
road will, make its valuable connec-
tions with competing lines into all
points contributiiig to Chicago St-
Louis and Kansas City. This will en-
able the road to secure the best at-
tainable rates iu tthe handling of travel
and traffic both ways.
The next important town touched
after leaving Memphis will be Meri-
dian,which, witli its already excellent
railroad advantages, will take one step
further and be better than ever able
do to a wholesale business superior to
any other town in the Stale.
At Meridani the Pensacola and Meim-
phis road will be joiiied by I lie Warior
Coalfields road, which will bh in a
position to supip1)1ly Penisacola with all
thile needs the coinmlierce of the-Gulf
and South Atlantiic States may require.
Following a Southeasterly direction
tile road will go direct to Pensacola,
pas-ing through Ithline agricultural
lands of the Toiiibigbee, thle Alabama,
the Conocuh and otlier trains of
Alabama, and through ithlie tine pinie
forests, from wllich PenIacola now ob-
tains 300,000,000 feet annually of tilhe
finest yellow pine which is sent to all
parts of tlie, world.
In Alabama the Pensacola road will
open ilup a trade tor Meridan that now
seeks other ilarkets lfor lack of com-
munication, atil the country north of
Meridan will be peucetracd and that
trade brought here. In many re-
spects the Petsacola & Mmlnphbis road
is one of the most important ellterpris-
prises inaugurated i Miississippi and
will do as niuici as any other road
coming to Meriidian. ti build i1Up its
trade through the advantages of con-
nlection with tile V eslcrnli tIarkets,
and the li i. .t of compilclitioii
which it xl -.11 I bring.-Merildan
News.
We opposed Mr. Dlavidson Ibecause
we do not believe that lie has been all
industrious and energeVl- official, aid
because lie is [lie creature of inachine
anti spoils-seekiinu politicians of the
district. Whatever support we may
have given Mri. Petidleton ywas notl
based upon aully hope oir faith of great.
liinigs he would accomplish, ifclectetl
to Congress, hult that such election
would rid the district of a political
incubus in the person of Mr. David-
soi, aiand ren.ler the nomination and
election ofa imani two years hence, who
would fully meet the requirements of
a Congressmen. And we do not
believe tliat lie candidacy of Mr. Pen-
dieton has bc-eci in vaiii, even if lie is
lnot elected. Tile fact cannot be
denied that iie hlas badly frightened
Mr. Davidson and his friends. They
have been forced to work, plead,
threaten anid piromiise as they never
,lid befoell. Tlh'I'll1.lvi bce minade to
,,nnl I+ l I"*- i 11 n2 ld t''uou -a
ild ,' .l Davidsou s elected, no
loubt, lie will work harder and ac-
coniplish nioie Ilialr lie has done in
the past, knowing that if lie does not,
retirement txwo years ltence will surely
comc,-Taimn pa Guardian.
flunnlsville Iltr'ul n.
The citizens of Iiintsville can find
ii Birminghamn people all example
which it would profit them very much
to.emulate. An exchange says:
"One of the greatest secrets the
city of Birnminghant, Ala., has achiev-
ed is the utinfallerilg -confidence her
citizens have in lier pternlaient pros-
perity, and their constancy yid ipresist-
cncy with which they express it
whenever and wherever they have an
opportunity. At tiIre hotels, oil lie
cars, everywhere, one ineets a business
man or citizen of Birminighain, lie is
tound ipraisinl' his section and always
ready to explaill the resources and
advantages of his city. We have yet
to nieet the tirst croaker that claimed
citizenship inl that town. The same
may be said to some extent of Chatta-
iloolga. Both these towns are growing
rapidly, and the exaliple of their
citizens may well be followed by oiiur
own city."
The City Board liave finished thei r
farcical andi ridiculous impeachment
proceedings against, two of their best
and most efficient Inmembers.'
The verdict of not guilty is no
viudication of these gentletuen, and a
contrary verdict would have beeii no
disgrace.
The matter cumnbers the city records
only to show to tlIh world hiow tar
personal anld political spite and spleen
will go to carry out its designs.
The differelice of the verdicts in tli e
two cases shows that public opinion
has plenetrated through the hlidos of
tlie followers of thle little octopus, as
well as himself. Thie leader left as
soon as his cohorts were placed in
line of battle.

NEW ADVERTISEMENTS.


... Br klaus m Pastl r ,
A LLT OF IU 13 AD
JOB WViORK done In tIne Mot Satis-
factory Manner, and at Fair Prices.
Estimates furnished on application.
Furnace Work, a Specialty.
All orders left at Jas. Coulson's, or at P.
O. Bix 55., will receive prompt attention.
RIAFIELD & SUTHERLAND,
.novI13 8,6-(in Pensacola, Fla.


WThmwcajdial
(" t: iz i- ;S
DYSPEPSIA, INDIGESTION,
WEAKNESS, CHILLS AND FEVERS,
MALARIA, LIVER COMPLAINT,
KIDNEY TROUBLES,
NEURALGIA AND RHEUMATISM.
IT is Invigorat.- T gives NEW
ing and De- LIFE to the
rightful to take, whole SYSTEM
and of great va;ule by Strengthening
as a M t'- i"-t- I '7 t"I : r.-. l.- Ton-
V.- -, 1. .. .- i,


C O N T A i 3 i A Bok, Volina,'
no tuu nrtul A3 by terading
Minerals, is corn- .hz physicians, telling
posed of carefully Ihow to treat dis-
selected Vegeta- acs at I-tOME,
ble Medicines, mailed, together
combined skill- with a set of hand-
fully, making r a some card by new
Safe and Pleasant -Heliotypeprocess,
Remedy. on receipt of Io C.
For a Iy all Drise- c i tr u lo Girocer. SrhulI thie deU.er uc. r
you tot uut k li' | ti t I t 01 ):l, I I, it # UU, nld full ai l
bottle will be Beut, it.o i I it .. l.
Volina Drug and Chemical Company,
BALTItORE, miD., U. A.
sep 25 86-1y


KING, BURKE & CO'S

-I ,-^s---=- 7


FOR SALE!
A GOOD MARE MULE I
WILL WORK ANYWHERE.
F. M. WILLIAMS,
nl2-lm Union Depot Store.


Decoratv aiW :;o h iai !

A. H. STEPHENS
JAS LOCATED IN PENSACOLA, and
is preparn d to do all kinds of Decora-
tive Paintiing at Rcasonable Rates. A
Specialty made of Decorative Floor Paint-
inug and Fire Proof Paint for wooden and
tin ioofs. Leave orders at Avery & Wool-


folks.


n13-lm


National Hotel,


[Formerly the St. John's and Commuercial
S Hotels.]

Government St., opp. Opera House,

Mrs. C. Pfefferle, Proprietress,
RA'TES-$1.50 to $2.00 per Day.
Newly and Elegantly Furnished Rhlrough-
out. Dining Roomn on First Floor.

Theo. Pfefferle,


nov13 85-ly


MANAGER.


GREAT AMERICAN

ALLIED SHOWS!
MLusrnT1' f


---AND--

Trained Animal Exposition!
Embodying the greatest variety of attrac-
tive recreation of any American combina- r
ton on the road.
WILL E.XHBHV-AT
SEVILLE -:- SQU.\AIRE,.
November 15th, I6th and 17th.
Anasxtraordinary Convpcation of
-SKILLED ARENIC TALENT--
Associated with an accurate'display of
Living and Natum at V Wnders. jnd an exhi-
tion of the most i\ q..t.I..rfi i Iil ,-' .?'d Ani-
mals in existence. A. *:epl.il!. l.r'reinting
a Canvas Entertainment of Firsh Features
in a New and Pleasing Forim.
OUR MUSEUM DEPARTMENT
Will be found to be replete wiltt the Strang-
est Living Marvels and Mechanical i
Wonders. .t
1000 RARE ANIMATED AND INANIMATE ]
CURIOSITAIS. :
PROF. WEBBER'S Silver hornet t Band h
will parade just previous ti the after-
moon exhibition in their Beatifoil Chariot n
throughout the Principal s ets. a
W-ADMISSION, e- cts. Doors
open at 1 and 7 p.m. (al i n3-dt


OPERA .IOUSE!

THE LOUDEST LAUGII OF THE SEASON I
FRIDAY, N VOVMBER 19th.
FOWLER & WARMINGTON'S CO.
In their Revised and Reconstructed
Vel's:on of
THE PLAY THAT IIAS MADE ALL
AMERICA LAUGH,



-B3Y THE-

Light of the Moon!
Introducing Nex uFeatures, New
Specialties and all New Music,
--WITH-

TONY FARRELL--GUS FRANKLE
Auld a Brilliant Coterie of Comedians.
FUNNIER : THAN : EVER : BEFORE !
Prices-$1.00, 75ct and 50ects.
Seats Secured in advance at Dow & Coe's
Book Store. n l3-2L


Bestanrant and Cofiee Saloon,
OYSTFERS, FISH, GAME*AND OTIIHER h lU w l IIW
I)ELICACIES TO BE IIAD I)N SEASON.
Meals Prepared at all HIIors. Mobile REAL ESTATE
Plants a Specialty. Best (Coffec and
Fresh Frencli Cakes aild Pastry. AND
GIVE US A CAI,L.
The Culinary Departmes t is under the ima- COLLECTING AGENT,
Inediate supervision 'of a Celebratedl
Cook, late of the Betelini Ioestanat of EXTTO ITY HOTE ,
Jcksoville, Fla. CITY H TEL
Board by the Week or Month. Orders sent
by Polite Waiters to any part of thlc city. PENSACOLA, FLORIDA.
J. T. PIIILIPPI, Prop.
Palafox Street, next to IHamilton's Saloon.
nov 10 86-lf ITY Property Bought and Sold
lx iRents collected,. and prompt monthly
returns made; Taxes, Insurance, &c., at.
tutl I l ed to.
Al l'Prolperty placed in my hands for Salf
tisedt in this coluiin FP1EE OF0 CAR(E
Owners of' Property for Sale or Rent wil
find it to their advantage to place same in
imy charge.
As-i THOSE C. WATSON.

-U ... F.. .. ..... .. riOR SALE.
.......... ONE large two-story dwelling oil Inten.
.... denial street, east of Railroad.
for paqents, caveats, t-rade-noarks. copy-
righta. etc., for tlo Unlited Stutes, and HANDSOME dwelling on Iomana street
to obtain patents in Canada, Ilngland, France, west of lRailroad; large lot; splendid con-
Germany, and all other countries Their eperi- dilion.
enoe is unequaled and their facilities are unsur- t Ti ni
passed. TO-STORY dwelling on the Northwest
Draling. and speciicationos prpared and filnd cornier of DeVillers and Intendencia-sts.
in the Patent Ofice ou ahor lnoltice. Ter8 very SM1ALL dwelling on East Ilill, with large
reasonable. No chrie for s aination of models
or drawings. Advice by inil trre corner lot SO by 150. Will sell one-fourtll
Patents obtained throuEighl MunnCo.are noticed cisl] bllan.e on one, two and three years,
lanthe SCIENTIFIC AM[TERICAN, which has cash. balance ou one, two and three years,
the largest circulation and is the most influential or on monthly installments.
newspaper of its kind iublithed in the world. SEVERAL desirable lots near Union
The advantage. of suoh a notice every patentee Depot ami 1'.& A. shops. 'ili edt fui
understands. Depot and P.& A. shops. Will sell for
This large and splendidly illustrated newspaper half cash, balance six and twelve months,
is published WEEKLY at $3.00 a year, and is r if desired bly purchaser will sell on
admitted to be the boet paper devoted to inoeO y sell on
mechanics, inventions, olineering works, and ntonth ll Illstallmelits.
either departments of industrial progress, pub- SEVERAL arge lots in Old City.
ehed in any country. It contains the names of AND o their valuable property.
all patentees andtitle of everyinvention patented AND other valuable property it various
each week. Try it four month for one dollar. parts of the city.
Sold by all newadealers.
If yon have an invention to patent write to FOR RENT.
Mann & Co., publishers of Scientifio Amerioan.
SlBroadway, New York. STORES AND OFFICES.
Sandbook about patents maled free. tore on Ihe NW e. corner of Baylen and Sar-
ngossa-sts.
Store on South side of Government-st., be-
OFFICE OF PROVISIONAL MUNICIPALITY teen Palalox and Tarragona-sts.
OF PENSACOLA, FLA. Storc on Government-st., second door East
Pensacola, Fla., Octolber 301h, 1S6. of IBaylen-st.
B IDS for cementing walks in Public tore oil Saragossa-st West of Palafox.
Square, and for laying said wallis with Large two-story building, West side of
tiles, will ie received at clerk's office. Said Palafox-st wharf.
bids to be opel d Wbednesday, Nov. 17. Large police on the end of Palafox Wharf.
W. H. HUTCHINSON, I'resident. Lurge two-story brick building, suitable
E. T. HUNT, Clerk. oSO-td for stores and a hotel, situated on the
S.W. corner of Government and Tarra-
gona streets.
T O-'ti e5 Several large rooms in Clubb's building,
corner ofPalal'ox and Government Sts.
'lThe owner of the schooner I)WELLINGS.
AepXAonsih for wy h dbtlscont- Large dwelling oin East hill, convenient to
t espotusitie for aiy debts con. Union Depot.
traced by the caltaimn or crew Dwelling on Belmont-st near Continental
without my written consenllt. Hotel.
30-3t A. T. BROCK. Dwelling on Spring-st north of Gregory.
Y o u r :r T t Small dwelling on Gregory-st con veiielit to
4J x D4TeJ -T tp & A RR shops.
ALK RIGIIT IN TO THlE "PENSA- tLarge dwelling on Saragossa-st near Se-
" caALKRI TlNIEr "PEp"NifSA-u w ville square.
coia Bartler Shop"' if you xwautfirst Large dwelling on Intendencia-st. four
class artists to operate on You. blocks westofPalafox, furnished or un-
Shave purchased anld furnished the furn ished.
shop in first-class style, and would re- Small dwellingon lIntendencia-st., between
spectfully ask my friends and the public in Alcaniz and Florida Blanca-sts.
general to give me a call. Large two-story dwelling on West End.
n3-lm R. )BISCHOFF. Small dwelling on Baylen-st, South of Gov-
ment.
Furniture Repaired. Small dwelling on Garden-st., near Post
Small'dwelliing on Tarragona-st near Gulf
T C. FRASER, corner Spring axnd Ice House.
T. Smt Il dwelling en Romana-st., west of
Chase Streets, is'prepared to Repair Palafox.
4 Dwelling on Seville Square.
and Revarnish all kinds of Furniture at Small dwelling on Romana-st., east of
Alcaniz.
Low Rates and in a workmanlike manner. Dwelling on north hill, convenient to
09 6-tf 1'. & A. shops.
Dwelling on West hnd, convenient
to cars.
BARBER SHOP, Dwelling on north hill, near the ave.
BI When you wantto Buy OR RENT a
house or lot,or if you have any property you
R T Hl O 1L and wish to be relieved of all trouble in col-
FORBMERLY of the Pensacola Barber lecting rents, paying taxes. &c., you would
Shop, has Purchased, Refitted and put do well to call atTH0os. C. WATSON'S REAL
n first-class order the shop owned by J. I. ESJATF. AND COLLECTING AGENCY.
8tephens and generally known as Soto's IMrCOMMISSIONS MO)ERATE.
'arber shop, and is prepared to execute in OI-MONTHLY OR QUARTERLY RE-
First-Class Style all work usually done in TURNS MADE AS DESIRED.
-arber shops.
His place of business is on Palafox Street, THOS. C. W ATSON,
text dool to the Merchants Hotel. Call
ind try him and you will be content. REAL ESTATE & COLLECTING AGONT
R. THOMAS. Next to City Hotel, Pensacola, Florida.
Oct 13, 86.1m lan 2-8-1ly


JOHII OlI A I

Call attention their NEW GO(iOD IN
STOCK AND TO ARRIVE, and quote bh-
low a Few Special Prices:-
DIRESS GOOD).
54-iin. all wool Scotch Dr)es- FhIanmtl, 5c ts
per yard, Sll colors.
54-in. all wool Ladies (lolh,I in ill new de.-
sirable shades, 75cts., sold ltlst season.
at $1.00.
40-in. all wool Diagonal Dress Goods, in all
colors, 4icts., tllese are the new styles.
40-in. half wool Serge, all colors, ;5cts.'
Fay3- I DrIess Goods, half wool, including
colbinat;on suitings, at 20 to 2-cls.,
worth 30 to ,ncts.
3i Alpacat Ladies', hall' wool, Oicts.
CARPEtS.
Good 33-in. Hemp Carpet, l5adts.
Ingrain 36-in. cotton carpet, 20, 25 and 35cls
Good 36-in. ingrain carpet, half wool b50ct.
liesst extra Super two ply cotton chain,
very nice, 7Sets.
Extra Super, all wool, 80cts.
Three ply, all wvool, best, $1.0i. O
uGood Tapestry IBrnssells, T7e,
Better, 804tj.
Bist Taplesiry Brussolls, with iodlv Bins-
sells backs, Wiacts.
Best Stair Body Briussells mack. 90cls.
Oil Cloth, 40cts. sq y'3d, all Nwidths.
Oil Cloth Rugs, 50cts. each, fouir-quarters.
Turkish S. D. Rugs, 17x33, 75Ots
Turkish S. I). hugs, all sizes, $13, $4 and $
Tapestry illgs, Scts., $1,25 and $tl .75.
Velvet ltugs, $1.75, $2.2i5, $3.00 and $4.50.
Felt Crumb Cloth, 2Lix3 yds. $4.50.
,2x3 yds. $5i."0.
3x3 yds. $6.00.
Carpet Lininig, good. 4lcts lper yard.
Zephers, good assorl.etent, at Scts. oz.
best goods, 6cls. oz.
HOSIERY AND GLOVES.
We have some! good blargains in this line,
lully 25 per cent less than regular
price, special inducements otIired to
luartie IbuyiingI by the dizotn,
11RI1BRONS.
We have a good line Clhiltrenls' Ribbons at
10i, Il atl 2Sls., just the things for
school.
IIAIRDWAU11 F.
Ill this Department \we have added Paints,
Oils and Bar Iron, andt would le pleas-
I!ed to have ounr customers get onr prices
before bu ying elsewhere.
CROCKERY AND GLASSWARE.
A full line always on hand; also, Decorated
China Dinner betts 110 to 125 pieces,
$38.(:O to $45.00 per sett.
Decorated Tea Sells, $4.50 to $6.00).
Decorated Chambenr Seits, $1.00 to $8.0!9.
3000 English Fire BriCks,
(t,)u0 Thb Sash Weights.
A Comtplote Stock of' (rates, Coal, Oil and
Woodl Heating aiul Cooking Stoves,
with Grauitewarle for tihe same.


BEST GUN IN TIlE WORLD FOR TIlE MONEY I
This Gun has Nickel-Plated Frame, Re-boundiang Looks, Pistol Grip, Patent.Fore '
End, Patent check hbolk to take strain ofl' joint when open), Automatic Extractor and
Steel Barrel. They are Cl,.so lardt Shooters, reliable, safe and sure to give satisfaction
Our stoel of these Guns is limit d, so send in your order in time. Offer holds good
only as long as this advertisement appears.
PRICE FOR 12 OR 16 BORE $10.00; 10 BORE $11.50.
Winchester and Colts Repeating Rifles.
We still have a few cases of these arms I *ft, atil will keep thel at oldt pice until tur-
ther notice. Winchester fRepeating Rifle 5lodel of 1873, 22. 32, 3i and 41 calibre, $14.00
for round barrel; $15.00 for octagon barrel. Colts New Lightning 'iflle, model 18,3,
32, 38 anp 44 calibre, $15.00 for round barrel; $16.00 for octagon barrel..
Call on or aIddres".
L. JACOBY, Agent, Pensacola, Fla.,

or NICHOLS, ROCKWELL & CO.,
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in Iardwar.. Guns, Ammunition, Etc.,
aug 25-6m JACKSONVILLE, Fjtit_ "--c





I, B. HILLSON,

Tm-IE TIIVE TITV3El.

---DEALER IN AND MANUFACTURER OF-


Tin, Copper and Sheet Metal Work,

Stoves, Ranges and House Furnishing Coods.

i.4-3.EI-r Z."J" 3P O I:L


The Cambridge Corrugated





IRON




ROOFING AND SIDINGS,

CROWLS' PATENT IRON ROOFING THIE BEST IN THE MARKET.


EX. GOV.
A. H. STEPHENS' COUSIN,
1 im first consin of the late Ex-Governor
Alexander H. Stephens, and have been
postal clerk on different railroads since
18S68. For tell years I haye been a sulferer
from a cancer on my lace, which grew
worse until the discharge of matter became
lirofase and very offensive. 1 became
thoroughly disgusted with blood purifiers
and pronounced tnei hunmbugs, as I had
tried many without relief:
Finally "I was induced to use B. B.B B
which was about the 1st of Febriary, and
continued its nse uitil the latter part of
April. The offensive d discharge decreased
at once and the hardness -:round'the can-
cer disappeared. It improved tmy general
health and 1 gained flesh and strength.
The discharge gradually decreased and the
cancer became less and Ilss in size until
-. i..... remains except a scar to tell the
*- h ,i -. once dangerous cancer. All who
have seen mne since I have commenced the
use of B. B. B. bear testimony of my gre .t
improvement, and the sear oil my face
shows that it cured the cancer. I find thai
B. B. B. comes squarely up to what it is
recommended, and I cannot say too much
in praise of this wonderful medicine. I
Ilave tried them ali, but B. B. B. stands at
the top as a blood pritlier.
The aiove is copied from the Atlanta
(Ga.) Baniner-Watchlman, being the voluin-
tary language of Mr. James A. Gri-er.
which editor Gantt indorses:
"Mr. Greer is al honest, upright citizen
ofAtl.hens, who had a bad cancer, and his
numerous friends thought that lie could not
live very long, as the cancer was gradually
sapping the foundation of his constitution,
hut now looks well and hearty."
2 AGAINST 18.
Several physicians have pronounced my
disease, blood poison, caused by paint or
lead in the paint, b hut they co ld not cure
nug. Last summer I used eighteen bottles
I.f a largely advertised blood medicine,
which did ile no more good than so niuch
walter.
I have used only two bIottles of Jl. i. B.
and ahn proud to say that I have received
greater benefit !rom then than from the
iv,'-hlt,*-n, and am lnow rapidly recovering.
I i. ,- no question about the superiority
of B. B. B. over all blood remedies.
215 Reynolds street, W. H. WOODY.
Augua, Ga., April 21st,'86.
All who desire full information alout, the
cause and cure of Blood Poisons, Scrofula
nnd Scro'ltilous Swellings, Ulcers, Sores,
Rheumatism, Kidney Complaints, Catarrh,
etc., call secure by mail, free. a copy of our
. '- Illustrated Boole of Wonders, lill-
* *. 1i- the most wonderful and startling
proof ever before known. Address,
BLOOD BALM CO.,
Atlanta, GIa.
For sale in Pensacola by V. A. D'Alem-
berte. sep 11 86-ly


Springs, Fla.


o16 86-tf


School BookHe&d^^jytrsJ.
f Aft ^ ; 1 "lTX!!*!-1 -


-7
m~mlmm


,ATE:S--SINGLE DOUBLE. /
BOUND and UNBOUND.
SCHOOL STRAPS, BAGS AND
SATCHELS OF ALL KINDS.
CHALK CRAYONS,
EXERCISE BOOKS,
EXAMINATION PAPER,
FIGURING P'ADS.
SPEAKERS,
PENCILS-SLATE AND COLORED,
SPONGES, ERASERS, &c.
Everything required in the School Room
can he found here. Satisfaction fullyguar-
anteed both in prices and quality.


AT DOW & COME'S.


--FOR---



School Books, Stationery
AND--


tB L hNT KI _B O "^ O3' llS,


Fine Chromos, Engravings and Frames.

Frame Moulding in Great Variety!

FRAMES MADE TO ORDER.


C-F O =Cr r 0mE Qr^
-- DEALER IN-- '.. .,. !

ALL KINDS OF MUSICAL MERCHANDISE. |
INSTRUMENTS SOLD FOR CASII OR ON MONTHLY PAYMENTS.
--MANUFACTURERS' AGENT FOR-
HAZELTON BROS., DECKER & SON, AND THE CELEBRATED
L EVERRETT PIANOS. C
PIANOS TrJNED AND IEPAII ED
ORiDERS TAKEN FOR SHEET MUSIC AND ALL MUSICAL PUBLICATIONS.
GOVERNMENT STREET, OPERA HOUSE BUILDING,
PENSACOLA, FLA.


Ucl IOI STOI:E,
(SEVILLE SQUARE,)

GRAND CLOSING OUT SALE!

A FTER THE 15th OF OCTOBER all our Outstanding Accounts will be Closed, and
our ENTIRE STOCK OF CHOICE FAMILY GROCERIES, IIARDWARE, TIN-
WARE AND SUNDRIES will be disposed of at COST PRICES, FOR CASH ONLY, as
we are going out of the Grocery Business entirely to devote our time to the SALE OF
FINE WINES, LIQUORS AND HOT COFFEE.


sept 29 86-3m


>D. TREAACiiE XO&NS.-


MUSIC LESSONS!
M RS. F. B. MORRISON offers her ser-
vices to the citizens of Pensacola as a
FIRST-CLASS MUSICAL INSTRUCTOR,
Residence on Government Street,
COMMERCIAL oflice. o20-lm


J. C.L L X3.
To all ho are suffering from the errors and'
Indiscretions of youth, nervous weakness, early,
decay, loss of manhood, &c., I will send a recipe-
that will cure you,FREE OF CHARGE. This great.
remedy was discovered by a missionary In South.
America. Send a self-addressed envelope to the.
REY. JOBEPH T. IMANN, Station D, New York CitW.
sep 22,80-ly ]


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Full Informnation and Samples Furnished on Application. -


I. B. HILLS0IT,
INTENDENCIA STREET, EAST SIDE OF PALAFOX,
g&-Samples can be seen at the Store of G. W. ADAMS & CO., DeFuniak


Rafield & Sutherland

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Churcli Directory.
SIETUODilTC ('HURCH.--South Palafox-st
Pov. a. .J.irls, pastor'.--ervices at II
A. M. and 8 P. M.. Sunday School at 9:30 A.
M. W. V. Richards, Sulpt. Prayer meet-
ing and Service of Song, Wednesday at 8 r.
M. Seats free.
P1RESBYTERIAN.-Rev. H. S. Yerger,
pastor. Services at 11 A.M. and 7:30 P.M.
Sunday School at !:50 a. in. Prayer Meet-
in&.cvery Wedne day at 7:30 p.m. Young
iiens' P'rayer Meeting. Friday at 8 p.m.
Children' Praise Service Ist Sunday of
every month at 3:30 p.m. Church on In-
tendencia s reet near Rutilroad.
EPISCOPAL.-Christ's Church, Rev. J.
J. Scott, D.D)., L.L.D., Rector. Services at
11 A. M. and 4 P. M. Seville Square.
CATHOLIC.-St. Michael's Church, Itev.
Father Johnl B. Baasen. pastor, 1ev. Father
Tobin, assistant. Services : Early Mass 7A.
M.: High Mass 10 A. M.: Chlristenings 3 p.
M.; Vespers 4 p. M. Mass every mooring
at t A. M.
iAprrisr. Services
every Sunday at 11 A. M., and 8 P. M.
Sun'Qay Schlool at 9Y A. M. Prayer Meet-
ing every Wednesday at 8 P. M.
Stevedores Benevolent Association
No. 1.
Stevedore Benevolent Association No. 1
reeets every. Second Monday in each month
at,,4jeir I1h111 over I'rvflf'e's Store.
.IOHNSON, Pres.
-Penos1. JuTIdNSONd Rec. See'ry.
Pensacola atnd I'Pcrtlido Railroad.


THE CONVENTION.
With ourt limited space it is impos-
sible to give a full or even a partial
statement of the business of the Ship-
ping Convention .here.
Their work closed last night with
an address from Mr. 'Pierce, on the
cotl measures of Alabama, and ,a
general jollification in which every-
body thanked everybody else for
helping them to have a grand, good
tinie, and speeches full of wit, wisdom
and good humor were delivered by
the officers of the convention and
others, winding up with an eloquent
and masterly speech by the Hon. S.
R.-Mallory inl behalf of the people of
Pensacola and State of Florida, in
which he gave an able analysis and
discussion of the business that had
been before the convention, and ex-
pressed the thanks of the people of
Pensacola to the convention for the
pleasure and instruction afforded
then by the preseifce of the members


and the work of the convention.
We shall take up the work of


the


convei4ion as we have room and op
portunity, and endeavor to give oui
readers full information as to thi
work that was done and the conclu
sions reached. More especially w(
will devote a large spat:e it ot-r i, Itll
c~nuing .Trade Issue to 9hee cubjecit
an'd avail ourselves of' lher work ol
this convention in playing before ih:
world the extraordinary ardvautillag, i


the-clty and port of Patuamola fiI
DAILY TRAINS. handling g the rapidly riitig crll'n-er'r
Arrives at Pensacola terminus...9:00 A. M i I
Leaves for Millview ............. 10:00 A. M between the Tropics and tile T'IIpei'-
Arrives ...................... 83:00 p. M ate and Artic Zones of the world.
Leaves ....... ............ 3:80.M TO THE PEOPLE OF PENSACOLA.
BIRMINGHAM, ALABAMA,r. WHEREAS, We, the Birmingham
COLLEGE OF BUSINESS---Shiorlt- delegates, appointed to attend the
IIatnd anid Telegraphy--offt'ers ulnsur- Conenton at Pesacola of the Amei-
Ipassed facilities for a practical educa- C Pensacola of the Ameri.
tiosn. Business course includes Mathe- can Shipping atnd Industrial League,
matics. Penmianship, Commercial Law have met onuall sides during our stay
and Bookkeeping in all its forms, in Peisacola, with the most cordial
Actual Office, Bank aand Work De- ad aceful kindness and attetio,
partnmeits. Short-IIamnd conursequali-,
lies for thorough work as Amanuensis not only front the Pensacola delegates,
or Court Reporter. Telegraphic course but, also, from the citizens of Pensa-
for railway or commercial work. cola in general, and the members of
Average timtte about ten weeks. Total the Osceola Club in particular; be it
cost including Life Scholarship,
Board, Washing, Books, etc,etc., $50. resolved, That we, the Birming-
Cheapest College with the highest en- ham delegates, will always gratefully
holrsenient. Ladies admitted. Stu- associate the name of Pensacola with
dents, an eter at any time. Literarv all that is charming and considerate
course' free. Success guaranteed sttu- ill hospitality; and be it further
dents. Short-eland bymail $17, ill- Resolved, That we take this occa-
elumditng T'ext-Blook. Send for free sion to give out' assurance that Bir-
catalogue. tCol.LEGEC O BUSINESS, miinghami heartily sympathizes with
Birmingham, Ala. the hopes and aspirations of Pensa-
cola for commercial prosperity, and
ADVICE TO MOTIIERS. trusts she will be ill this as happily
successful as she is in winning the
Are yon disturbed at night and hearts of the guests within her gates.
troket of your rest by a sick child R. 11. Pearson, Chairman; Goldsmith B.
suffering and crying with pain of West. Vice-President; i. H. Watkins,
I D. B. Grace, Secretaries; B. F. Roden,
cutting teeth? If so, end at once aind John M. Martin, lohit, Jemison, R. W.
get a bottle of Mrs. Winslow's Sooth- Bloland, E. P. Earle, Ben. Carter, John
C. Webb. J. A. Montgomery, W. J.
ing Syrup for Children Teething.. Cameron, B. F. Moore, Leigh Carroll,
Its value is incalculable. It will re- W. D. Hill, Geo. C. Kelley, J.T. Pearce,
lieve the poor little sufferer imome- J. W.Jones, Eugene Todd.
diately. Depend upon it, mothers,
tincre is no mistake about it. It cures The editor of the Pensacola Com-
dysentery and diarrhoea, regulates mercial telegraphed over the country
the stomach and bowels, cures wind a"'d cracked his heels in joy over
colic, softens the gums, reduces in- what he thought was Pendletoni's
flammation, and gives tone and energy election. He has now hired a con-
to the whole system. Mrs. Wimnslow's petent kicker to lay it on for four
Soothing Syrup for Children Teeth- weeks since he found omft his bolting
f,,g is. .lIc:'iit. to the taste, and is the pet has been so unmercifully squatted
-i- l,..]iti i ..i f on.,of theoldest and down upon., Truly the ways .of a
r eisl..i.... L,, Ian& u bolster are ?Lad and uneeen.-Tallas
ithe Uuited Stales, amnd is for sale 'by "iassean. m a
all driuggists throughout the world. We call asgurte-fBitfid M-cLeodh .ih
Price 25 cents a bottle. the COMtMERCIAL does not feel cast
In view of the well known fact that down. We, of course, regret sincerely
so many of while so-called fine whiskies the defeat of Mr. Pendleton, whose
are but a vile comlpolunid of Essential candidacy we advocated heartily, but
Oils and common rectified sslirits, pri' we are not without ,consolation. In
during iii. i..tt' totally unfit for ,' scambia; which wasourspecial field,
sumption, we deem it poper .: bia; which was urpeia
the attention of consumers t i, 'l,. uradvocacy of the regular Demo-
mnerits ofI. W. HA RPER'S CELEBRATEi) cratilic' legislative ticket secured its
NELSON Co., Ky., WhiSKEY, wVhili election by a majority of nearly 1,400
absolutely liure, is made fom er the combined opposition of the
selected T-rain and fully malrel Icombined of the
age. oct27, '86-1. riug Democrats and the hack Repub-
iicains. This is a sufficient home vin'
Uleaneanber. ilication of our course, and a home
A competent Pharmacist will serve vindication is allhwe care for. Had
you, umlght and day, at W. A. D'Al- there been a\ CoIMMERCIAL inll every
mbclrte's I)rug Store, No. 26 Palafox cou.Iv, Pondieton would have been
st heet.
street. lt b ic, Peleited'by 4,000 majority.
ZeutfC)c Neefpte unb sVebicri
iteite toetrbe jl t ijeber 3cit'dt.!; A WORTHY COMPANY.
f-r-ffitigftc piiLharirt bet obigcr Washington Steam Fire Company
Sirma. oc314'8i-ly No. 2 is badly in need of funds, and

Even a silver thimble is engraved we are assured'by some of the mem-
frcc of charge whbei) you buy it fr1't i',rs, that unless the public come to
De)-; so is everytlin else isn si!'' Ihiirt assistance the company will be
silver or solid gfold. The f line :: d to disband. This is a sad
-real stone mimigs and lace pins vc to dis d. This is a sa
shown in Pensacola. Go and see stato of affairs and we hope our cili-
th]emn). zemis it 11 promptly devise ways and
.<'' means by which the running ex-
PIA&eO LESS NO S. *- penses of the company call be met. It
will never do to suffer the disbanding
GEORGE GOITOI. of an organization that has done so
TEACHER. OF PIANO FORTE. much for Ponsacola.
ADiRess:--P. O. BOX 403. The following summing up of
PENSACOL FLORI DA. election returns are from the official
If yon have not tried Willianms'Imn- table published in the Tallahassee
perial Bread be sure and do so. You Floridian:
will always find it fresh and ready. Davidson's mnjcirity thus far is 6,340 with
OPiosite tile Union Depot. scp25-tf. three counties to hear from, which, in 1884,
gave a Democratic majority of 532.
Dougherty's plurality................. 1,395
J. I. Stephens has moved his store Walls'voteand4scattering ......... 219
t. No. 21 Palafox s tli h 'n ns majority ill 184. ......... 1,172
to No. 24 Palafox street, and says \\e l,,.'.. for Secondl District are official
inltelnds to sell goods to suit the hard i x.- l" f.r Naissau. No returns from
-,_,- .ni"rno Fw. ] Brevard, Dade aand ,Srmter. "Dougherty's
S- hinrnerity, estimating .Brevard; Dad& asn4.
Summer., is i,330. .
Why do you send off for Sash Mljority for Constitution, seven counties
when you can buy a pair for 75c yet toar fromseven o10,0ties
Majority, for Article XIX, seven counties
at Pitt's Mill? to hear from, 14,072.
Just received one car load of THE MAILS FROM CUBA.
Brooms, ask for prices. Have re- Special to the Times-Union:]
duced Crown Milk to$5.65. SAVANNAH, Nov. 10.-A special dis-
IEIrNBERtR BROS. patch received here to-day from the
T'e demand for Pr sidet and agent of the Plant Steamship Line at
.Ideal Floumr in eases dail. Havana contains the information that
Ideal Alou & Co. the postal authorities of Havana will
.. hereafter dispatch the United States
Pimples, Blotches, Eruptions of the and European mails tri-weekly from
skin indicate that you need a few do- that port via Tampa by the new tri-
ges of FONTAITE'S GREAT DISCOVERY weekly fast mail service of the Plant
For sale byv G. 0. Brosmntliam. Steamship Line and connecting rail-
-- ways. The mail leaving Havana is
You canbuy planedLum- delivered in Jacksonville the second
ber cheaper for cash at morning and in Washington and New
Pitt's Mill than any other York the third day.
place in town. J. L. ADAMST,
Passenger Agent.
If you have not tried Williams' Im-
perial Bread be sure and do so. You Ote of the most popular articles in
will fitnd it always fresh and ready. Jewelry for a present to a gentleman
Opposite the Union Depot. sen25-'tf. is a neat scarf pin. Mmr. Dey has some
of the prettiest designs in that line we
Before sending your orders to Mo- have ever seen ; beautiful little seal
bile ot New Orleans, inqni'e for dianotd pins as low as six dollars,
p'ices.at INBERO BROS. and running up to twenty dollars.
Gentlemen's fine tailor made suits, Some elegant rhile stone pins at two
all prices and styles, at Stonie's. dollars and three dollars, all solid gold
HIutchitson and Acosta have thle and very.mnobby. Go and see them.
finest furniture moving wagom in the
.city and are prepared to move house- The Chicago strike is at an end and
hold effects chearily and with dispatch, the Augusta cotton mills trouble has
Give them a call. been adjusted. Both laborers and
Thee in i.mini dealer in genut's fur- employees are getting more reasonable
Snihhing goods-P. Stone. in'their views.
hlmb mannel underwear, all qualities, at Fine hats, all the leading makes, at














P. Stone's.


ON THE WAVE. NOTES BY THE WAY.
The excuirsiol down the bay, last E F. Skiiiner, Esq., of Escambia, is
Thursday, in wliicli tihe delegates to 11u the city.
the Shipping Convention and a lari-e Fred Archer, the celebrated Euglisi
number of our citizens parti'ipaile, j,ckev, is dead. '(
was enjoyed to the utmos.i Td o J"die A. E. Maxwell was in Talla-
boats, the "Mary W-l.ich" andl "Echo," hassee during the week.
were required to convey the immense
crowd, and a very peltv race t'.om Tie Alabama State Fair at Mont.
the city to the Yard, in which thli lat- gome'ry is a grand success.
ter boat was victorious, was tnot with- Birmingham's delegation "took the
out its exhilarating effect on tlie pas- cake" at the Shipping Convention.
sengers, who testified to their appreo- Messrs. J. T. Fillingim and P. M.
ciation in numerous flashings of Pritclhett, of Bluf' Springs were in
cambric salutes, offers of towing conl- the city Thursday.
veyed in the mute, but eloquent lIan- Mr. R. II. Watkins, of the Birming-
guage of a rope over the stern, etc., ham Age, was a caller at the COMMER-
etc., etc. CIAL office yesterday.
The "ittich," besides many other The schooner J. Haskell is discharg-
distinguished gentleman, had on
aboard His cele, E.A. POt'"ming a cargo of ice oi Palafox wharf
board Hits Excellency, E. A. Perry, for E. E. Saunders & Co.
and going and coming, as the boat
passed the Yard, a Governor's salute [Iow many votes did the "little f
of thirteen guns broke the stillness of hor0," of the Custom House, buy at
the cloud-cloaked atmosphere. 50 cents each iu irecitnct No. 13 ?
Everybody visited Fort Pickens The steamer Thos. Kiley, belonging
and the Indians, and were received by to Geo. IW. Robinson & Co. at Mill-
the latter with more or less of inter- view, touched at Palaiox wharf this
est and tnore or less of indifference, morning.
The party was given a 'ockingon the Mrs. F. E. Frohlichlstein and chil-
deep, and returned to tle city. dren, of Mobile [formerly of Pensaco-
Yesterday, another patLy, collsistinLg I '). are uoi .1 % i-ii to her sisters, Mrs.

ilay befor'a, ivas a 'i fitl .p :.o A.i. '- Jakie Wells is home for the winter,
hba'. where. in rleirut..l I.,'..-:. after making a good record as an Al
thli beauty and uiil;i .i' ,iir 1 ,.'-- ball player. No doubt hoe will sign
niic'ent harbor. \tm i.ha,. i. .1.,i]. tfor big money next season.


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,AMUSEMENTS.
s "The JDevil's Auction"
As a spectaictIar play '"The Devil
1 Auction" WVetnesday night was
grand success. 'The Opera House wa
well filled Will, all audience wh
testified by fr'quenit and prolonge
t applause to theexcellent character (
the pert'ormna.. The tumiblers, con
tortionists aldtrugglers of the trotup
were of average proficiency. Thi
ladies of the blet, shapely in fort
and poetical iu' imoioliji. and the litti
' acting inec'ca4iyi in the play, we]
executed. Whlie not an admirer o
the class of htinusements to whicl
S"The Devil's lAuction" belongs, w
unhesitatingly; pronounce it amoini
the best of its Cass.

"Skipped by thi Light of the Moon.'
Manager Potcr ever on the alert t
provide his patrons with the bes
attractions obtainable, has secured the
fam'bus laughing sensation, "Skipped
by the Lightl tf the Moon," whicl
made such a 1r'onounced success here
last season, awd which will be pre
seated for lt', second time at the
Opera House, on next Friday evening
the 19th inl., ,it its new and revised
sbape, I,! V% ler & Walrmingtonu'
excellent eoiimant' ofcomediahs. Nc
analysis cani bi givun of such a farce
The laughter begins two minutes aftet
the curtain .rises, and the authors
make it a poi'f-ftat it shall not stop
until it.falls upon the third and last
act. .The Forti Worth (Texas) Daily
Gazette says ot it:
"VERY, VEHm, VERY FUNNY.-The
largest house of the seasqu-in fact
one of the largest audiences that was
ever crowded into the theatre--wit-
nessed'Skipped by the Light of the
Moon' last n irt. 'Skipped' s a pecu-
liar play, a very, very, very funny
play. Nothing like it was ever con-
ceived before in the heavens above or
in the earth lieneath. To attempt to
describe it would be like trying to
paint the metiy jingle of a laugh.
Like a basket lof good champagne, it
can only be aptieciated by the samp-
ling process. tl'he audience was con-
vulsed with laughter from beginning
to end; people laughed and shouted
and pounded the floor, the seats and
each other until they were actually
ashamed of themselves We feel that
we violate no confidence in saying
that they found it very, very, very
funny. Under the clever manage-
ment of Fowler & Warmiiigtloii
'Skipped' is scoring a great and de-
served success in Texas."
THANKSGIVING PROCLAMATION.
By the Governor of the State of
Florida: In ready obedience to a
to a revered custom, and in harmony
,with the Proclamation of thd Presi-
dent of the Uiiited States. I Edward
A Perry, Governor of thle State of
Florida, do recommend the observ-
ance of Thursday, the 25th day of
November, presenlt,as a dayof Thanks-
giving and Praise to Almiglity God
for His great mercy and abundant
goodness to our people.
In a year memorablee for disasters
by earthquake and flood, He has melr-
cifully shieldedl our State and crown-
ed her people with manifold bless-
ings; He has prospered their efforts to
advance the interests of education,
morality and, temperance. Success
has attenddLltheir material enter-
a.illowed their
inldust'ies. (' eir despondency occa-
sioned by a'n exceptional winter was
early succeedoll by hopes which have
found realization itn a fruitful autumn,
and the toil of the husbandman has
been reasonably rewarded. The bless-
ings of publi-4health, prosperity and
contentment have been graciously
vouchsafed to them.
I further recommend that upon the
day thus set apart for the purpose, the
people of Florida take recreation from
their ordinIarIlabors, and that they,
according to tleir cousciences, at their
respective places of public worship, in
their family gatherings orl private de-
votions, give thanks and praise to the
Great Giver fqr all his good gifts, and
fervently invoke a continuance of Hi's
favor to our State.
Amidst all *feir cheerful sit rround-
ings let the happy and the prosperous
remember wih their sympathy and,
open-handed charity the stricken and
destitute, i
In testimony) whereof, I have here-
unto set my Land and have causedd the
Greot Seal of the State of lFlorida to
be hbteunt&'fflxed. Done at Talla-
hasseo the C' ato], this, the eight day
of November; i the year of our Lord
one thousands eight hundred and
eighty-six, and; of the Independence
of the UAited States the one hundred
and elevelth year. E. A PERRY,
By the 'ove'rnor.
Attest ,JoH'y L. CRAWFORD,
''" .'Secretary of State.
"IN LESS .ttAN FIVE MINUTES."
An experiehod druggist relates a
personal experience with a bad burn :
MOBILE, ALA., March 27th, 1886.
Acid Iron Earth Conlmpany :
Gentlemoem-i-desire to add niv
tribute to the general testimony as to
the efficacy sofiAc Iron Eartmh. A
few days ago, while using ant acohol
stove, my fimirs vet'e so severicly
buitned that ( n adlicm'ed to the
stove. An imjate applications ot
the undiluted eract Acid Iron Ealt't
relieved the peitn almost instana-
neously and iniss than five minutes
the effect 01 h g fich had disanppeatred,
resulting in a rijdfect cure. I hane
been fanmi!iar v1th the drugi business
for many yeaj and I regard Acid
Iron Earth as die of the most remaik-
able natural reeedial agents known.
C. C. DsrBosE.
WitlI. C. DuBOsE & Co.
Jacksonville's~cw Steamship Line.
Jacksonville 4s apparently excited
over the prospect of havitig a steam-
ship ine to N~w York. Under tle
arrangement which has been entet'ed
into between thib'tnrida Railway atid


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MUNICIPAL PROCEEDINGS.
[CONTINUED]
Testimony in prosecution of the charges
against Commnissioner Burns.
PENSACOLA, Oct. 21st, 1886.
E. H. Putnam, being sworn, testified as
ti.lln s:
1 forget the date; 1 believe it was the 2d
of Oct.; Mr. Lamar was speaking when 1
heard Mr. Burns say what he did. Mr.
Lamar said lie would go back to his county
and tell his people that all Democrats
would vote the right ticket; 1 think those
w,'re his words. Mr. Burns said, you will
tell a d-mn lie it' you do; Mr. Burns was in
the rear of mei from fire to eight steps! that
is all I know about it.
Coln. Brent. Were there any other dis-
turbanuces that evening to disturb the
spe.,kers.
Question withdrawn.
Coin. Brent. Did you see Mr. Burns in
ally other way interrupt the speakers?
Mr. Putnami, No.
Com. Burns. Did not Mr. Lamar speak
about the county politics.
Mr. Putiam. Yes, sir.
No other witnesses being present, the
case was closed and the Board went into
executive session.
Upon a vote being taken as to Com.
Buriiu' guilt it resulted as follows:
Not guilty-l'resd't Hutchinson, Corn.
\Vit i.rspoon.
Gu;lty--Cons. Brent, Atvery, Sexauer.
T'he question arising as to the majority of
the members sitting having the power to
find Mr. Burns guilty to pass a vote of cen-
sure, it was. upon motion, resolved that it
be submitted tjo the City Attorney.
The Board then wlnt into open session.
The following communication t'rom Mr.
Cal:aghan was read:
PENSACOLA, Oct. 21, 1886.
To the Members of the Provisional Muni-
cipality of Pensacola:
Geetlemen-I respectfully beg to inform
you that I was ordered by the Presadent to
stop work on my building without giving
me any cause or remedy. I claim that 1
have complied with all existing ordinances
relating to buildings, and respectfully ask
your honorable body for relief.
I am, with tiue respect,
J. E. CALLAGHAN.
_T'l[e. i'de.t st'tsrl 'tn thn ie i~o4 t*t l -"t
hald stopped Mr. Callhghan because he did;
not cnslder tht hle was complying with
tlhe Fire Ordinance, or that the building
would be safe.
Couni. Avery moved that Mr. Callaghan
be Instructed to consult Mr. Overman, at
his own expense, and get his written opin-
ion as to the safety of the building as pro-
jected, and if lie would certify that it would
be safe wlhen finished, that the President
allow\ him to go on, provided he complied
with the Fire Ordinance. Carried.
Coin. Sexauer gave notice that he would
intrutluce at the next regular meeting an
ordinlice compelling builders to obtain
permit from the President before erecting
their buildings.
Thie Board then adjourned.
E. T. HUNT, Clerk.
October 23d, 1886.
Called imecting of the Board held this
day; Presd't lIutchiison, presiding. Corns.
Brent, Avery, Sexauer and Witherspoon,
present; Com. Chipley, absent.
The Board at once went into executive
session, when the following commnunica-
tion from the City Attorney Nwns read:
Subject:--Charges against Com. John
Burns.
'I ENSACOLA, Oct. 20d, 1886.


I tIir perly 1m pr,.--,s-'I o' r i.ii ,','r it,
* bolh o0cr -1onii., Ihl .. ,7,,l lh l.1.. ;:>
'lilarge or' .11i ;'., .p .t. .i .l I' '.i .
with a bountiful supply of claret
punch, which contributed greatly to
the general satisfaction.
OUR TRADE ISSUE.
The booking of advertisements for
the Trade Issue of tile PENSACOLA
COM3MERCIAL is progresSionvg rapidly,
and the ready response by the mer-
chants of the city to our appeals for
patronage assure us that this will be
the best trade issue ever published
from our office. Our aiim is to make
the trade number a mirror of tile
business of our city, and we con-
fideitlly expect to secure the aname of
every business, firni in the city for
its advertising columns. Differences
in political matters have all been
buried by the result of the late election,
and the COMMERCIAL has new ibut one
object in view, the oomnmercial welfare
of Pensacola, iand we feel that oil this
ground, every man who loves our fail
city will meet us half way. Patronize
the COMMERCIAL and the COMMERCIAL
will help you to buihl up your trade,
and in the building iups of the city all
will share a common profit. Our
agents will soon interview you. Give'
them liberal patronage and it shall be
returned to you tenfold.
OUR SHIPPING FOR 1885 AND 1886.
Thle clearances for the past year
amount to 495 vessels, being an in-
crease of 24 vessels over last year. The
aggregate tonnage for the- year is
315,713 tons, an increase of 21,118 tons.
The stock of l4uuqer oi lili1 is
small. I ."
Tferenaho -beeni slipped to Groat
Britain, Continent of Europe, Africa,
West Indies, South America and
coastwise, 1,070,095 cubic feet of hewn
timber, 106,270,000 superficial feet of
sawn timber, 109,480,000 superficial
feet of luniber, 8,825 bales of cotton,
13,321 cubic teet of cedar and cypress,
4,384 barrels r1osin, 182 tons pig iron,
15,000 sashes and blinds, and 750,000
shingles.
The stock of timber on hand is very
light and the price is now 10o and
11 cents per cubic feet. The average
price for the year being 11 ceClts for
sawn timber.
Freights are higher than in past
years coastwise, and lower for Eng-
land and the Continenit.
BLACKWATER, FLA., Nov. 11, '86.
Dear- Commecial: .. .
Outr little, vill.iL, i liv, hI ; the mills
and factories are all rlunimiihg on lull
time.
Messrs. Simpsonu & Co. arc now
l,..din, A 0B4t. 4'ft at White 'oint.
Mrs. V. L. Gardner, ft,-ni W :'anId
Bay, Ala., is here to reside permanent ly
with hier dauglite', IMlrs. Otto Stluber.
Miss Lulim TTil'lri'. is on a visit to
friends and relatives neat' Ferry Pass.
Mrs. J. J. Miteh'ell, of Florence,
Ala., with two chitlrein is hl'e lon a
visit to her sister, Mrs. C. P. Walker.
Miss Mary Joyncr lhas taken charge
ofa school about 7 miles in the country.
A meeting of the i!_,l -.1 Sunda)y
School teachers is set h.i'r ri. i,. _l. i...
arrange a programme f.'r~tlii,. iII mI-
mas exercises.
Mr., Ienry W. Thompson lihas moved
his family ill from Arcadia a mi thi
now occupy tilhe graitd phll Crar
homestead. ,"- "
The young people wre to have a
candy pulling to-night, but tilhe
weather is so warm they will not pull
candy, but will dance instead.
Messrs. Chaffini ,& UM"s mill is
stopped lrol' few da'ys-on :accou lit of a
broken lS)opli beuhinglW''"o' tlhe feed
works. Yours truly,
OnRAS MALAS.
Editor Commercial:
The Advance-Gazette, in its criti-
cism upon the "Devil's Auction," in-
dulges in some comments in the latter
portion of said article tlBt places -lIe
management of the O0 -a House ill
anm unenviable light-t .t an imul--
lion was practiced upoi, the puli.:.
when, if the editor h sought ill
information upon the point. possilI.i
his censures might har beeu 'uo.ii-
fled. The complaint i~lhat the ..-
eral admission tickets were raised
from fifty to seventy-five cents.
The truth is, these tickets-the fifty
cent ones--wcre soon exhausted omil
account oP the rush, *nd we could
only sell what wert'. !,'i---.:vt:-ii v-five
cents and dollar ti. I;eti.
This is the whole matter itn a nut-
shell, and the public call judge be-
tween the public and myself.
W. W. POTTER, Man'r.
Nov'r 13, 1886.
MR. J. W. BOULT.
Formerly with Mr. Williams, oh'
this city, will now be found with me,
anid hIas charge of my Watch, ,Clock
and Jewelmy repairing department,
and I guarantee every piec&.of work
done by him. '
Fine and complicated watch work
solicited. Bring your work and have
it well done" J. I. STEPUENS,
No. 24 Palafox Street.

If yon have not tried Williams' Im-
perial Bread be sure and do so. You
will fitd it/ always fresh anid ieady
Opposite the Union Depot, sep25-tf


Constantine Apostle,

13 86-tf- PENSACOLA, FLA.
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Messrs. Joseph Marquis, sr., J. A.
Chaffin, J. T. Walker, and Ii. W. Sin-
dorf, of Milton, have been in the city
during the week, also John Rourke.
Yesterday for the first time in six
weary weeks, Mr. Dave Kugleman
was able to be on the streets for a
couple of hours. We rejoice at his
recovery.
The Monticello Constitution denies
that there was any "manipulation" of
the ballot in Jefferson county. We
are glad to see the disclaimer and
cheerfully give it a place in our
colullmns.
John Ranson, associate editor of the
Times-Union, died in Jacksonville,
Nov. 1lth. Mf. lanson was a veteran
newspaper writer and the Times-
Union owes much of its success to his
ability as a writer.
The Savannaht Morning News pub-
lishes a list of the members elected to
thie Florida Legislature anld calls
Messrs. Tippin and Fillingim, of the
Escambia delegation, Republicans.
Uncle Cal will be taking some more
scalps soon.
Leon county has done bravely. She
has elected to the Legislature one In-
depeudant and four negroes, and a
heavy vote against the New Constitu-
tion. Perry, Bloxham and Henderson
taike a fine show of their influence in
Leon county.
Messrs. Rafield & Sutherland, con-
tracting bricklayers and plasterers,
have a card ill to-day's issue of the
COUMMERnCIAL. We commend these
gentlemen to those contemplating the
ereftion of uieiy4buili"n a f I,,-
Vwcmnen, who will pron.ptly execute
orders left in their hands.
Mr. A. H. Stephens, who has re-
cently located inl our city, calls atten-
tion to his business of ornamental
painting in to-day's paper. Mr. Ste-
plheis makes a specialty of artistic
fresco and ornamental floor painting,
and has sho1wn us specimens of his
work, which display a high talent.
The now Sylandinavian Church is
nearing completion, and promises to
be in every Lrespect all ornament to
the town. The interior graininir and
other ornamentation is very artistic.
The lower part of the chirchl is illn-
complete, but Rev. Mr. Olse,.lhaving
returned to the city, service will be
held in thle church to-morrow.
The capacity of sotnt of the many.
Inlillin t-colncerins that export lumber
front this port is wonderful Geo. W.
I..' -i... i. Co. ot Millview, bhe now
loading at the Perdido railroad wharf,
13 vessels and 2 nmore arrived in port
yesterday, all of which will be loaded
without delay, carrying to coastwise
and foreign ports from Pensacola
about 5,000,000 feet of lumber.
The National Hotel, formerly the
St. Johns. late the Commercial Ho-
tel, is a candidate for popular favor
under the management of the popular
Theodore Pfefferle, his mother, Mrs
C. Pfcfferle, a most amiable lady, be-
ing sole proprietress. The new man-
agemenut has most elegantly refitted
and furnished the house throughout,
alld, within the reasonable rates adver-
tised in another columnI, will, no doubt,
be met with handsome returns in the
shape of business the coming season.
See card.

PROPIRIETARY MEDICINE.
A vi it t W Dr. Green's Laboratory, at
Woodibury, N.J., has considerably changed
our views, and especia:ly our prejudices in
regard to whA:t are generally- known as
"Standard Patent Medicines Of course
we ;.- .- Ir,.i- i, t i..' age in life when we
artc' .''.' I i' :.i.l.iil i Life itself is a hum,
bug, and naturally ditlrust anything that
hIu noto withstood long and tried experi-
euies. Being ut physician I had. the curi-
osity to know how a sale of two medical
p,'pirations could be sustained for so
... ,,, years. The- perfect system upon
v. i..'. ri. [..- t i ,i i.-. c.tieonducted, and the
I,,. ii ..n I'li..,I .i.rri.lgemuents for the
i, i,,; l tr'- "...! !i.. Avo receipts with
at r.l ii ... i..- 't.i.j. Acquainted, are suf-
I',. I i.i .....i m sll.'h ] i_ i s-that the AUGUST
I' L.i r i, l'r l\'.:L.'- and Liver.Com-
plaints,-tund BOSCHEE'S (GFRMAN SYRUP,
for Throat and Lun 1 Troubles, were for the
complaints they are recommended, most
ukexcelleut remedies, and only regret that in
inuoh of our practice, medical ethics pre-
vent us from perscribing them without
making the formulas public. 'When we
were shown the great quantity of voluntary
letters having been forwarded Dr. Green,
frmon all parts of the country, and from all
classes of people, lawyers, ministers and
doctors, giving a description of their ail-
ments, testimonials of their cures, etc.,
I feel like endorsing Dr. Green's suggestion
that the Government accept such valuable
forliiulas, and license them for general use
by giving protection td the iuven!or same
as patents icner illy.-Copied fi'om, N. Ir
Druggist's CircTlar of Oct., 1886.

I HAVE FOR 10 YEARS BEEN SELL-
ING.
Bradfield's Female Regulator, says
ast eminent physicians antd druggist,
and I know of no remedy so well
adapted to cure all irregularities
peculiar to the female sex. Write
Bradiield Regulator Co., Atlanta, Ga.
A fl.csh lot of Cheese and Canned
Goods of every description just re-
ceived by 'LEWIS BEAR & Co.


ARRIVEE ON ABOUT

day, the 9th inst.,

WILL BE ON SALE
AT

S COULSON'S,

ALAPOX STREET.

FREE TRADE.
action of internal revenue
king offtof revenue stamps
dietary Medicines, no doun bt
benefitted the consumers,
i relieving the burden of
ufacturers. Especially i
ase with
i Boschee's QGerm Syrup, p
action of thirty-six ce ts per
been added to increase the a
0 bottles containing these
thereby giving one-fifthb
icine in the 75 cent size.
test Plower for Dysppsia
Complaint, and the German
Cough and Lung troubles,
ips, the largest sale of any
in the world- The ad-
increased size of the bot-
greatly appreciated by the
ed, in every town and
ivilized countries. Sample
10 cents remain tbe same

BENrS WANTED
e of Christmas Books, from
$3, for the counties of San-
ulton,Washington, Holmes,
Jalhoun u,. Liberty, Franklin,
Taylor,Lafayettc, Gadsden,
rson, Madison and Hamil-
eow men, without experla -
90 first week-22 *cre $3
lady eilhout eoiperleuce
two weeks-1-4were $3
other 69- the first week,
Actire tents will reap
Address
Bos 354, Pensacola, Fla.
i'le of stoves and cooking
H. Plrtr
h buy Ceiling fori 8.50
feet at Pitt's Mill.
s and queenswareat Uj.-,.
"Co's.
hold smile I Lewis Boear
B cheapest w olesale hoimae

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MARINE NEWS.

'OFFICE PENSACOLA COMMERCIAL.
November 13, 1886.
ENTRANCES...
10-Amn seh Nontasket, Bico'kj'alson, 496,
Galveston. .b
Amn bk Forza, Percich. 439, Buenos
Aires.
Br Aydon Forest, Trail, 500, Rio, to L M
MerriLt & Co.
.11-Am seh 1) D Haskell, Haskell, 301, Ban.
gor, o Simpson & Co, with 408 tons ice.
Nor ship Regulus, Lowe, 1004, Barce-
lona, to Muscogee Lumber Co.
Br bk Manitoba, Roberts, 729, Rio, to
W Witlien.
I bk Aifa, Malatesta, 540, Barbados, to
L Iilton Green.
-'or ship British Queen, Ludvegsen,
11i, Sharpness, to C W Hagerman.
bk Vincenzo Perrotta, Anatro, 669,
Barbados, to J C Whiting.
Am sch L A Edwards, Peterson, 160,
Key West.
Nor bk Sea, Hoorr, 769, Sravanger, to
G W Robinson.
12-Aus bk Zia Cotterina, Rosmanbh, 509,
St Paul de Loando.
IN PORT.
SHIPS.
Nor Dictator, Jager, 831,
Baars & Co-UK or Cont.
Br Queen, Ludregsen, 1193,
C W Hagerman-
Nor Regulas, Lowe, 1004,
Muscogee Lumber Co.-River Platte
BARKS.
It Buonii Amici, Quartino, 545,
G W Robinson & Co-River Platte.
Nor India, Larsen, 796,
Nor Guldfaxe, Nilsen, 624,
E Campodonico & Co-River Platte
Br Elissa, Chaddack, 408,
Geo W Robinson&Co-1-osario.
Am Syra, Pattingall, 488,
H H Thornton-New York.
Am Silas Fish, Covert, 667,
G W Robinson & Co.--Havana.
Nor Gudvang, Schmidt, 495,
Nor Pioneer, Nielsen, 980,
G W Robinson & Co-River Platte.
Br Longfellow, Farody, 812,
SSimpson & Co-Rio.
AusToiza. Percich, 439,
Br A% don Forest, Trail, 50o,
Br Manitoba, Roberts, 729,
W L Wittich--River Platte
It Alfa, Malatesta, 540,
L Hilton Green & Co-UK or Cont.
It Vincenzo Perrotta, Anatro, 669,
J T Whiting-Girbraltar, fo
Aus Zia, Cotterina, Rosmauch, 509,
C W Hagerman-
Nor.Sea, Hoorr, 769.
G W Robinson-River Platte
BARKENTINBS.
Swed Johan Fredrik, Hemberg, 608,
It New York, Messinay, 503,
D Piaggio-Cont.
Nor Nordens Dronning, Henriksen. 1087,
C M Wilson-UK or Cont.
Br John Gibson, Mclnnes, 311,
Geo W Robinson-South America.
It Amadeo, Capurro, 582,
G W Robinson & Co-River Plate.
BRIGS.
Am Myronus, Pederson, 362,
Simpson & Co-Aspinwall
SCHOONERS.
Am Sarah F Bird, Grand, 863,
Geo W RobinsOn & Co-Cardenas.
Am S G Hart, Smith, 605,
Simpson & Co-North Hatteras.
A,. :T~.neA P nla.A Il1.


S, *a" ouin.l" -u-_urI ,f lla s.: ae such
Am Cephas Starrett, .berry, 381, United StaI t
Geo W Rob nsone # Co-North Hatteras I
Span LlOret de Mar, Correras 248, S
Muscogee Lumber Co-- N,
Am Hattie Dunn, Poland, 414, Mr. A. K.
G W Robinson & Co-North Hatteras. tent eye-glai
Am Thos 11 Pillsbury. Pitcher, and am yery
H H Thornton-Aspinwall. ful change t
Am Ada Bailey, White. 496, since I have
H H Thornton-Aspinwall. am now wea
Am Levi Hart, Giles, 387,
L Hilton Green & Co-North Hatteras. Secretary
Am Geo Haines, Marshall, 421,
Simpson & Co-North Hatteras. ,LOf
Am Douglas Hove', Wright, 478, Bewar
W L Wlttieh-Aspinwall. We would
Am Nantasket, Richardson, 496, buying spew
Simpson & Co-Boston traveluying th
Am D D Haskell, Haskell, 301, seintig then
G W Robinson & Co-North Hatteras ing the sam
Am L A Edwards, Petersen, 160 are stamped
genuine unl,
IN QUARANTINE. not supplied
SHIPS.
Br Star of England, 1544, Bristol. EVER1
BARKS.
Br Longfellow, Farody, 811, AL
Vera Cruz-Simpson & Co. AT TI
Br Iris, Davis, 966, A
Colon-M H Sullivan. W A.
SCHOONRras.
Am Ada Bailey, White, 496, P
Aspliwall--H H Thornton. Where an
Celebrated G
VESSELS BOUND FOR PENSACOLA. perly adapte
SHIPS. oct 98 6.6
Dagmar, 889, Dublin ................ Sept .18
Havelock, 1079. Rio ................ Aug 24 REFRTI
Kalliope, 956, London ............... ..ct 23 I EFRIG
BARKS.
Aljuca, 999, London ................. Oct 25 TO A
Adelgunde, 856. Fleetwood .............. Sep 20
Alhlion, 604, Hamburg ..............Oct 24
Antoinette, 705, Liverpool ............ Oct 22 Wenl
Arcangelo, 628, Malaga ..............Oct 26
Bacchus, 782. Barcelona...:. ......... Oct 6
Baltic, 582, Barcelona ................ Oct 7
Canada, 841, Dublin .................. Oct 6 AND
Elelzer, 879, Queensborough........ Sept 10
Esploratore, 37 t, Buenos Aires......Sep 10
Fanny Atkinson, 606, Belfast........Oct 2-2
Fido, 519, Buenos Aires............. Aug 16 A
Fainny Atkinson, 606, Belfast........Oet 22 JAM E
Finland, 660, London ................Oct 16
Francesco R, 522, Genoa .............Oct 3 15 P
Francesco G. 857, Buenos Aires......Sep 8
Francisco It, 522, Genoa.............. Oct 8
Galatea, Buenos Airesr................ Sep 1
Gen Rtye 954. Calthageno........... hOct 4
Giovannino M, 448, Buenos Aires... Aug 81 The redl
Guiseppe, 498, Bunos Aires..........Sep 18 and the tal
Isaac Benham, 919, Rio..............Sep 19 from Propt
Jhana, -, Carthagena ............Oct 28 from
Liher. as, 514. Buenos Aires.......... Sep 24 has largely
Marchesino, 663, Genoa............... Oct 9 as well as
Nordstzernen 503, Barrow..........Oct 27 home dian
yvtnasa, 800. Buenos Aires ....,..... Sep 3 this the o:
Pretiosa,797, Portsmouth .. i........Sep 80 Ploer an
Papa, 556, Buenos Aires............. Sep 11 w a
PrindsLeopold, 1397, Liverpool......Oct 9 asthe redu
Undine, 796, Plymouth ............... Oct 24 dozen, has
Vale, 536, Bordeaux .............. Oct2 size of the
Zorida, 517, Buenos Aires..,........Sep 22 remedies,
FREIGHT MARKET. more medi
UK or Continent, stwn, 4, 7/6c,14 10/ The Augeu
hewn, 28/. and Liver (
lumber,4/5. Syrup for (
North Side Cuba, $7@$S Spanish Gold. have perha
River Platte, $13.@$14. nC
North of Hatteras, $7.$7.50. medicines
Aspinwall, $10@$18. vantage of
ties will be
TIMBER MARKET. sick and afl
HEWN TIXBxR-I00 ft average: village in c
l0%jc. per foot. bottles for'
SAwN TIMBER-40 ft average: s
10%callc. per foot. ssize
FREIGHT ENGAGEMENTS. Al
Bus bk Metsola, 591 tons, direct port, For the sale
4. 15/ lumber. 50 cents to
Rus bk Norma, 492 tons, Gibra'ta, 1. o. ta Rosa,Wl
e4, 15/, deals. Jackson, C
PREDICTIONS. Leo ll, Jeffe
For Western Florida: Fair weather; ton, Fla. N
cooler. HAZEN. ence, sold i
books. A
A. nice, lot of gentlmen's flune sold 56 iti
saddles and ladjes', ide saddles for books. An
sale cheap by JO*, f1OMPBON. another 82
;e -4 fine profits.
Choice willow ware at H. Pfeiffer, 4t
Jr. & Co's. Every s@l
uteisllssa I
Hahd-made Harness at $12 a set at .
John Thompson's, Government St. YOU CQI
Gent's scarfs and pins, Dollars atid %r 1,000
cuts, at Stone's, Fie glas

For neat work on wathobes ad Jew- f'ei fer Jr.
elry, every one goes to F. 9. Dv. Hlie Well, I sl
is always oR hnIl and always on & Co. Is the
time, and aueaU strictly to business. in the eity,


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HAVING SECURED THE SOLE RIGHT TO MANUFACTURE AND SELL DR.
BOSSO'S CELEBRATED REMEDY. I am now Prepared to Funish it in Large and


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Navigation Co p iv and William P.
Clyde & Co., o: pew York, the line
will consist of ffur vessels, two of
which will stc at Fernandinia and
two will go to 'teksonville. It is ex-
pected that on,. steamer will leave
Fernandina andpne Jacksonville each
week. In order" to secure sufficient
freights to srltain the line the
steamers will. op at Charleston.-
Savannah New4,

ForI heumialin, NMalari:. obstinate e
Ulcers, Bdil3s6, iSyphilitic Diseases,
Scrofula, and Kidliici. :Ind Liver
Disorder-. u FiPN ra.'IF's GREAT
D)Iscovr ':'1So1il hy yG. 0. Brosnia-
ham. .n.

Hutchinson' A Acosta continue to
lead the furnilt1e trade of Pensacola
and are better rcepareml llmmti ever to
give comipleleatlisfaction t) their
customer q.
Woolrel wTlr'.i elldtiil- i.rofusion
ut H. Pieiffe,"'r.,1& Co'I.
Truiik-Q ipa _l#-,43ll3 atiil jill,
dispatli by .;P n Thonil,~i ni, Gov-
ernmentu street.


PATENT.
MOST BRILLIANT

Pure and Perfect Lenses
IN THE WORLD !
They areas taparentand colorless ns
light Itsell;, an for soft es
to the eye, cannot beexcelled.enablingle he "
wearer to readior hours without faligue.
In fact, they are
PERFECT SIGHT PRESERVERS.
Testimonials from the leading Physicians
in the United States, Governors, Senators,
Legislators, stockmen. men of note in ali
professions, and in different branches of
trade, bankers, mechanics, etc., can be
given who have had their sight improved
by their use.
HAWKES' PATENT EXTENSION

SPRING EYE-GLASS,
THE FINEST IN EXISTENCE.
tAnd are recommended by the Medical
Faculty throughout the country. No press-
ure; producing irritation. No danger of
cancer that is sometimes the result of wear-
ing other eye-glasses; resting with ease up-
on any nose.
FIOM THE GOV. OF LOUISIANA.
BATON ROUGE, LA., Jan. 24, 1886.
To Mr. A.'K. Hawkes-Dear Sir: I de-
sire to testify to the great superiority of
your Crystalized Lenses. They combine
great brilliancy with softness and pleasant-
ness to'the eye, more than any I have ever
found.. S. 1. McENERY,
Governor of Louisiana.
FROM GOV. IRELAND, OF TEXAS.
To Mr. A. K. Hawkes-Dear Sir: It gives
me pleasure to say that I have been 'using
your glasses for some time past with mucinh
satisfaction. For clearness, softness, and
for all purposes intended, they are not sur-
passed by any that I have ever woin. I
would commend them to all who want a siu-
perior glass. Very respectfully yours.
JOHN IRELAND.
FROM GOVERNOR S. P. HUGHES,
OF ARKANSAS.
Having used A. K. Hawkes' new Crystal.
ized Lenses for some months, I have found
them the finest glasses I have ever used.
SIMON P. HUGHES,
Governor of Arkansas.
FROM EX-GOV. W. R MILLER.
I find HIawkes' new Crystalized Lenses of
superior quality, having worn them with
great satisfaction. W. R. MILLER,
Ex-Governor of Arkansas.
THE GREAT EVANGELIST PENN,
WRITES :
Mr. A. W. Hawkes--Dear Sir: I take
great pleasure in saying that, after having
worn your new Crystalized Lenses for the
past year, my sight has greatly improved.
W.E. PEN.
FROM THE BAP TIST HERALD.
The Herald feels fully justified in recom.
mending to the public Mr3, Hawkes' new
ei..zetansesn and Peat_ SpringTEye-


To the Hon. Board of Commissioners and
tile President thereof of the Provisional
Municipality of Pensacola:
G(-nllemen :-In response to your inquiry
ot1 this date, it is my opinion that when
five (5) members of the Board are sitting
for the trial of a member upon charges, a
vote of three (3) members is not sufficient
to convict, and lie must be pronounced not
guilty.
As to the passage of a vote of censure,
this, like any other motion, requires only a
majority for its piasage. If such a motion
be made, however, it should not be a part
of tll trial, nor of the finding, but should
be iy separate motion in a meeting of the
wioa m. Yours very truly,
W. A. BLOUNT,
City Attorney.
Tw e Board tlen went into open session.
T'oe Presd't then, in accordance with the
opini dan of the City. Attorney, pro'lounced
Coin. Bulls not guilty.
'lii Board then adjourned.
E. T. I1UNT, Clerk.

DIED.
PItT.6-At his resldenc. in this city,
Wednesday night, at 7 o'clock. JOHN B.
PITr,' aged 7(i yea's.
Mr. Pitt was the father of our
fellow townsman, B. R. Pitt, Esq., and
las beeti for quite a numbeer of years
a resident of Pensacola, though a
native ef the State of New York. He
was a man of remarkable physical
all mental activity for his age, and
was engaged in business up to the
titlie of his death. Mir. Pitt was one
of the oldest Odd Fellows in the State
of Florida, having been a member of
the Order for inore than 40 years.

Ask your Grocer for the Famous
Calla Lilly and Ceres Flour.
IIEINBERG BaOS., Agents.

Fine and complicated watch work
solicited. Bring your work and have
it well done. J. I. STEPHENS,
Nov. 6.tf.- No. 24 Palafox Street.
Intchinson & Acosta have laid in
an extra heavy supplyof fine furniture
for the winter trade and will be sure
to give satisfaction'in every quality of
liouse-furnishing goods.

"Point Lace" Floutr, sold by F. M.
Willinniq. Union Depot Store, ia as
rii.'lrn ilio name implies, asidreason-
able. Ask for it,


EIGHT IMPROVED.
ew YORK CITY, April 7, 1884.
Hawkes-Dear Sir: Your pa-
sses received some time since,
' much gratified at the wonder-
hat has come over my eyesight
discarded my old, glasses, and
Hiring yours.
ALEXANDER AGAR,
y Stationer's Board of Trade.
)K OUT FOR THEM I
e lor Counterfeits!
I caution the public against
tackles of irresponsible peddlers
rough the country and repre-
n to be A. W. Hawkes', or Sell-
ecelass of goods. My spectacles
on frame "Hawkes," and none
ess stamped on frame, 'and are
to peddlers at any price.
Y PAIR WARRANTED.
LL EYES FITTED
HE DRUG FIRM OF
D'A TEM-RTITE.
ENSACOLA, FLA.,
immense assortment of these
Glasses can bhe found and pro-
ed to all conditions of th,-3 ree.
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LERA.TED :MEATS,


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" GOTNG'-GUDDL1NG. after us-hop-hop-hopping, and help- cultyis one which is not, as itsname moisture a-id at orfdty temperatures BF 3 **. -_<-;-+ i=,-^.-.----p.-....., ,_, p-_-._
Sing himself along with his wings--came iplies, confined to writers, It may preserves tie virulence of the morbid a A__ _J_- -_- _- -`Z
daft Willie's heron in the most ridicul- occur I any individual whose occupa- humors for very long periods of time- --.1,--- I- L D-FI---. F -
Dominie Forbes was not i a partic ous manner imaginable. No wonder tion brings into constant play one -set of fifteen to thirty days.- Boiling the virus I-_7y `0.-- .-;-=----LM- f^,,. :-.-,---=---
lariy angelic fraeoseveral people on the road drew rein to muses; thus the pist, the teleg- for two minutesQ in water suffces to de- C0i S 11 SilJpmasters !- _-../ .-_:-_ -. -
day afternoon. Very far from it. Friday r r ak of rapher, anl tie ballet-dancer may suf- stroy its activity,- buit Simply pouring JA V A E A T A **.*.-.-" n
Sg always been my unlucky day, any- spo en, for from these cramps or from an inabil- boiling water on the morbid material -- A_--5 .'.
hbw. If fate, as frequently happens, T d ity to perform the acts peculiar to his does not destroy its virulence.-Chicago I I I'll' T ii ---.-J i-- -, -.,
Tha :-ear old De bun atusdt
has any unpleasantness in store for me, occupatinle. News.
it is sure to reserve it till Friday. be in days of yore; I fancy I can see it The cramps are merely symptoms of a A T 0 a it i, i v, Pot e-ne0 ssociation,
But Dominie Forbes was, as we boys now, even as I write. Alasd thirty Tea condition the exact seat of A Hint foJatellsts. E JU ., t," o -:-
yer hav fle s( the dat of thi D1 t: a ).z n(o-. :.g.
phrased it, "in a tear" on that particular years have fled since the date of this whcd^^sdi "^dtio'ate ofthdisue^~c someatlo- Writing from Darjeeling to Nature, Most. ],pp:h- m(,.t, lhe (lln~nd orhi h,l'. l-i.,rl,*,,,w- (;,ptains :,l others will -- -..-." lp^-
iio ,iriting. from. rojfig-o-1f
phae iton "in~ecrmisys"he ag.o\. fear on(rla that patcua his is as mattere oflv disp,.e some o-ovlern lhs,vos .
Friday forenoon; something had gone little sketch, and the romance has fled eain it j^ in tie briii hrs fithe te Hon. Ralph A bercrlmbie says: "Three as.0-wlor -n'.,s ; .<,rlizir :,111 .lions. It ;,s pl..,M. II,:)1(-1 1 li,.o an,,< -%,er.n, lo,,,lo ,| M J|jf- ~-lL
from thd bonnie haurn. It has been im etnitnthbiohrsnthcaes have come under my personal ob- t'Et'L sorhrd.,s,.ti a.
radically wrong with him. Everybody spali y nc while there are those who cameCLet 1, I, N m)NS of ohol I'.:l*11' aoy. o in te I~er,,,ln'.
knew that the dominie was deeply in iprvd B ut oth aw 1 its e eau t m. regard the nerve-centers as in no wise servation in which bC'own-sknned na- speeili1 for a,-rtain diias(.. eonlilons of two d1o,,r, l,,o1l1rent & Co: Bank
love with at famier's fair daughter, and But then-well, it rose in a peat mossacted, but trace the source of the af- tives, in very different parts' of the tle %vwom, an. d so ,,onirols ,, .Il,-n3,ruai C. M tathcorsiofDna-%masybogdsaswmtwolbakntheir faces to -protect ergansea to roguial- aA hrna'i~d ,d $
nothing to his in vicissitude, for at one through which it flowed silently and fectien to the nerves themselves. T he frld, blc en s, 25 s;:lv ..H:-
tim e bonnie Jeanie Johnstone sm iled on sluggishly, and here w e caught m any a Tiveth of te te whicih;; 1 i has this tihe Tfro the Of aid h r l: ii -- h,r n^ iWe- oTher .
fu d is sucsflcnit in te The examples hie gives are those of the meIned alk prp,,t\., It is shric~l,: h `k'e",Ael.. 7. I --.__
him, and at another she laughed at him. lordly eel. Escaping at last, it rushed f~ tound mof ystisu cssu consitsinted inhabitants of Moroccd, as well as of 1,1., Cinnp ranil, ilh> s~imlieilpr,.s(,|>ltinn of'a"-- ::-C_ --- l(i.U ^--=-A Ai *^^ ^ ^ ^ ^ ~W :^^'^
And whatever Jeanie's mood was, we merrily along by the side of a road, over w others along the north' of iAfrica, who h-_1._ W, ,vl.!, S .i

poor pupils became the resultant; it was a sandy, pebbly bottom, bordered by ith massage, to the affected muscles. o ther s along the eyes to hi.ALnP DhyiS ,,i, wh ., WiW l w11 VT ) GOO BI1EAD O ---
flog-flog-flog all day when Jeanie was long slips of watercress; then it went off striking anti m etimes a gen avert opthaelia from the glare of hot n...LE 1...;;S!, U'- wS(,sD '-. SULLIVAN,.
avert thhaei muscle with alr wode h tr (,ilml wit! (-m ,e o 17 in e.aeo (, in ihenG I OD .I.SLsV N .S VIE ER
saucy, but when Jeanie was kind every- to the left, and became the "marsh" be- bari, ,it. w regular movements sand The natives of Fiji do the same Star rint woman,. i fAhl! ,elii. )i,. of' AM S1E;A1.TN(H TIlE1 (,HEDIresATiD President. J. F.TICKNOR, Assa
thing we did pleased our dominie, twixt my father's land and a neighbor- c, and so do the natives oftheSilki hills, wo;anl ir. \.,ils p elir le youa ve J.H. TKO C11ahir as N
Asaule atallrdiaryime~oming farm. And here even was good gud- of the fingers or other defective part, In In do, Salo natve &fte~li hiis, e,'.a.l g:inspcd,]ar v~isle x.'lv ,r l.o T e F s'l talB n
As a rule, at all ordinary times Dom- ar contnue fn eeee a odgd S or several weeks and it is only reasonable to suppose that .-N ,> IMPERIAL BREAD., Tl, 2 R J- ]7 ,. -.
inie Forbes was a tartar. Squeers was dling ground, and many a lusty are c f s w d practice of suchrwi* diffusion, ang Isuppos thtlndn ",c.l i .,
a saint to him. And the tawse-a piece trout I have hauled to bank from wlyis devoted to these exercises- such striking similariU* is found useful, Cvn1'N Mornin',' ,. 1'.. A s,.iple The F i'st ie i. ,.1.. ..... ,ItI received
i of leather bridle cut at the end into two beneath the green" overhanging banks, i o o exercises, that is, protective in tlfa places and un- A N < l>I)IN..\(,C,; I,,. l~c Enlil an ,l. F l froIn ii f ,h,- I I... I .,t,,i lr..;, a \ill
fi n g e rs a n d h a rd e n e d in th e fi re g o t lit- T h e th e D e n b u m w e n t w im p lin g a w a y Sc ie nc e d e r th e c o n d itio n s c o n l m p la te d a n d P ro vi d e 1.; Ie A lo 1a Tan'd1 it ; ,,, ht1.* y 'o"o mre C al oi asuil --IO F --
tie rest. When it was put away for a through haughs and green meadows, Why We Are GrIngoes. Collection vi ; i f.>," fho tile,,>;Pu apos p '; to*( *\l. PENSACOLA, FLOoIDA
time the "spengie" cane, or rattan, took and unde4:many a rustic bridge, till it People often wonder and ask why the Or i eastern st of a Miane of Provitint Fire i<(!ec(i its place, and I do not know which reached&1t.4-ast the dark and rocky Mexican calls the American a "Gringo," In the eastern coast of the Caspian sea ...ov;li .luoiC;,>aii>, fbi-the year U1io1 Deliot Store.
makes the palms and fingers tingle the wooded glen of Maidencraig. Here its sorwhattheordmeans. That can be Kacuraiou s e stuary, naryrorss. A. 1tO). h lth C -- Fo ren 1 xm sell 2u & r
most. ,wtrfedtoeml-asadtundexplained much easier than why the rate from the main body *of the sea by issh, ners and the l;'resident thereof ; o~f Illisti xha
A bi ofa mshe wasDomnieForesa monster mill wheel that seemed always American calls the Mexican a "Greaser." abn hog hc ieei nilt ,."".
bit of a mah rwas.mne obs tolrun n oud ihtaddy W e h A eias.ett.arwt b n houh wihIle eiia ne. hereby levied 11i01111 F .l C MND-----O
especially on ft Sunday, when he wore a orolrudadrudnihanda;WethAmicswntowrwthThe evaporation f'rom this gulf is so real lpropertN ill, anl p~ersona:l Irolkerti, iln
crimson silk handkerchief sticking out s,.ine, or glittering when the moon ended with "Green grow the rushes, O," re at Caspian; arrnt there is nore- cisjn i .l ) pIali il, of lle- BSTOlli 7 TT?^T7' 0 0 TT IOT
shone. Onward it dashed for another wafertrnom ret the C aspan fther gul nobe- ovd....~ 5HI...aty :|Apor"le,-~l
ofth pcethekptnodinar white^ sy ^ n S == ^ r : ^1;:,^^^ BA TKERS, may.. 148 ly- -- -V---
ofnte inocket.-he okept fordinasal dhuty- mile and then flowed sullenly ast the wasverybody pulancy and wlasesn;yod comest mor e aund, more saliftergulf and a('ll)(,n~~ I...Li.lpip~o NTISCT N IIIY
on i abrat-ocetfo asl utfoot of a gloomy pine-wood, whee trand eryboung. Whincyand p the sun yoldir prov .] I.. f'I AI .. 18. -FhsMlf(i ,3." '' 9,ny1-6l
and his club-foot boot, with its extraor- 'In h. deposit of salt is in couxe of formation. ,o ThaU N .sss,,r is direct. PAAFOX STE T, ,
diehal- nallged moe tem ne ar would sing it constantly, and all the In time this gulf will be out off from the to l'oeodl to ase's Tile 'aid 1:1K HoInc-

tohd Why a e Te o been robbed and killed w. 1ie ret riing Mexicans could hear 'was "Green grow d andwilthen driedu and|la PensaBt Florida- Notice tO SD i pnast
e at e da n igtred m the mradetio.I wea ss 0 teate be, will "thn ber ried SamlTensaoa' aBhoiz BdRNS
m e n b e e tle s ... fi s1w o d a t o n e o t e ,! le ot ter sih c e .)i||| ....vi . | l n id, d a,i m ot\' :| .L .Z A N- W Z: & 7 p e l-Le ,'e 1 t h h ' s a | o b t a
N Stureday wa sknd of m ixedur ddwhen lokingforb birds' nests, found a "grin-goes." They made it into one Thebasin of tie Congo. I I leftt eve1,lidv t. hw t f Fell- B out a n forlteI,
be"au rday was a oidand f mix an ooedbt in i i ts l h) B g ad S 'Iisi
day with us boys at Belifield school; a m red s-sprn. word, by which they will ever know the A famous French authority writes l'garn:. 1.8. to enforce, Il.me||t olif EF"s oon hand CHINA TEA. GOOD thlkeni h S I If all e1
da lof gre inr thea morningecau onthe Close by this wood was to be our gud- American-s"Gringo.- -Nelly Bly in from nine years' exp ience .in French thei by le\ya o a-) si in aecord:|n'o wvith A nPip Attention given to Collection
work of thesweek had t bemper a p- ling ground to-day, nevertheless. Pittsburg Dispatch. Congo that he has cornto the conclu- fron wheice thou rireetw]e us -^iC
woko h ekhdt ercpt-\V. 11. 11 J'M'III N SON, Pro's't, itsCiyadViiy.COFFEE, FINE TOBACCO, CIGARS, &c. avplcrtant0 etWres
lated, and we were all sure to be Little we cared. for tradition., It was sion that-the west Afriian territory and E. T. |[UNT', (J'.Agents ( assa 11aritthita or' Genoa, Italy. J., 'ITREN ENSBRS
thrashed; and of joy in the afternoon, a lovely day-- a day that would have A Peculiar "Death Sentence.$ the basin of the Conto must be left to Noseilho| 10, l.86. 4w Vessls 1is).|||'sed upon most favor able 'text to Perry's Bar Room, Railroad S-r et. .. ,G E .T. 9
because it was a half-holiday and the made an old man young again. Spring Among the old papers in the county be developed by the original inhabitants terinsn ang 4 86-31n 11oN --OKESR IN--
morrow was Sunday. was on the trees-spring was every-o clerk's office in Freehold, N. J., is the and not.be colonized by immigrants.-- S100 A WEEK V pbirt irnas. of Vesels and O takeii
where. In the woodland glades the death sentence of a negro named C.Tsar. Boston Budg,.A. AI)I FBor/,oitlmmnwt dlsiringz lea-fsantOligtioso esl n westk
But lo! to our great astonishment, on Li t)r, itlle eolployinmc|t Nk rit! :A.a oneco, layaiban 1.5 b n ss ailei arri- -l at P-ort, of

^^~~r iKl- ,^-anlnrBHl Stmckinte fuzmavs, all inoldest bloom; tlhe Itneads "Til hefore a thdead court dea;the S.- TATE.to ~;i~~ wirSnpc t h is p a r t ic u la r S a t u r d a y t h e d o m i nie s c n e u z a l n g l e l o ; t e I e d : h r f r h o r o hA L o n g W i n s R o p e A V e W a n |t %" ) t o I la n lull 4nr i l o e n s D is c h ,a r g e s o p I l 8 6 l y T T .. A Y J
feathery larcheswere green--green, and judgebthat thou, the said CaOsar, shall TOKKATE;?-c eo"' "voafs
was ask sweet in temper as a tabby ct draped with little crimson tassels while return to the place from whence thou A manufacturer si France has jua tie iue i'Lnt i ecenn,1nds. k s,,lito Aery A E & C r
mat long onun kitens silt Jinpee asIti Flour. .-(,
nnih freq yu ent kitens. t was the pink-white fingers protruded from the camest, and front thence to the place of do e a wire rope overthree miles lg, lik lhot cakes,A Goo|Phs]lrolils "10,prl vien |,t.'" Faini- F l
I been hind de twiglets of the dark and solemn pines. execution, when thy right hand shall be weighing sixteen tons. It is two and liets w .ntishnto |'ratic|. o.o l,,.y Sild -DEALERS IN-
solution of the riddle. three-quarter inhshcrufrne;cu h|'(\| ) nqlwiefrIrh\lnrs. $ [ K R R A P T A OL
Butthrheasdreedn Spring was in the hearts of the birds- cut off and burned before thine eyes. e arings of c iyincesr1r ihisoe).] llet | i te fohnr it: ESPAR(IA, MAKE RDA.
Bat clother es, Bs u dr e rminhie s aer the mellow fluting merle, the saucy, Then thou s :lt be hanged up by the an dha ab aki s in of air il o Used eUr\" dayl tile % ear reuntl In cv'r PD
mrocfking mavis, the modest sispin, tile Dnck till thou art dead, dead, dead; then ocula,' free. Agonhs rooq\'e Samp'le 1Free. Ya'r d opposite Shandirfavian Church, -ALSO--
poled c fofot bootend pitive l ar o bold, bright chaffie, the Donnie, wee thy body shall be cut down and burned 'it ONE O c ) () loTI(' X n (Ollie..
hite wnedt o wrarose-linnet that sang on the thorn. to ashes in a fit e and so the Lord havev ALWAYS 11,003l I upo 0 1NE 1rO10W E Add' falro Ii 1a.0A
Andshe freqndty asmitedi h tly ta o And spring was in our hearts, ay, mercy on thy soul, oesari"-New York Ne'avre all, 0 pa,., hand. all 28 86"ty OAK AN D AND
hefir andof it, in falk-oeven in Jock's, thoughthe green he father Sun. ot0h scriaptions couli(ie to condc ill acry on i .p--Our Coal is from solme of the best mines in AhaLa an---
but looked generally angelic. T was high enough almost to bury hin. hiufle The Goo. S. llsqaronl T
Ipblundered a good deal overmi of ere ig tmy Den blo It is bright Costly Builhings lt Now York. I .,'TlALK- Orders left at the Store of G ouzalez, Yn Iestra&Oo.,wilreeeOFeBrILD, tNt Ce nIA.(



Daeyelean te omne vperbao Bthred d ishn them Dend bea.teing thmdwy^ ^ ^ > opewf tile fal (a. winetr mot ^.rT.VTA T.UT WAT 1^Lf _E._ _.
regular verbs. I gave sin and clear, and not too full-just in fine The cost of some of the big buildings "Ee nd T"OMP Ag OFFICE AT GUILF ICE FACTORY.
pluraltwhich now and outen my an io Biquickellin" I th Asses of business Eai nela
u~ralnominat~ives and murderednmycondition for guaddling. which now Stam M e Je Rece d Any HoUP, often aor DL.
past participles. But dominie merely And now my English reader will be may be given thus: and oIe widle-aake leaklcrs are alive eache ]Block--Up Stairs. Rubber Stam Mar. OrGENERAL Any WO K
weil red p ell al king n i into the y te i T ibun .building .................. $100,5000 to setk fd k .. anp e trlhn apSpreciate file l s find Bills Colleld ad ro p All sizes, l lsand styles wit|h any read-
weatnt b k tohe does oty alre ady know D' I0 I .,... l ... 1(,m I vantapes afforded b% plhe Raeturns MIade. 1'. 0. ToX"401. o To8!5-1 ing, inatte" |nile I(),rde|; A-l wor-k







sno ie *n:Vvpvthatth t ispa if lierpq doesin the su.not. waaiolansady kn|owbl 0'- TE("x '1 ^. ,r Va l.-' .r "a( il __lJ'Va^*llt f A TT tof
feathers, seemingy) .1. 1_ 1\arn(d~ieai'ei| 1...~]I -N 2,()00,03
I had a favorite flat mahogany ru what ddlingis. twart bulging. ..... ......... ?,000, u t N C
and I got round to my tasle in time to Off goes every jacket; then our sleevofs tD atield building ..... .,. ........_ ?,;M,0W GI. T AiE AK7(e ]lis1T EeTOn the oil






D.^~^^ wd'^ ^^ anO.hMills caiedi n d ............ the000 CIAL. VO }ENLavNS FiRNISHIN 1Ln th. .'E SNW S ^" ^S
vou s i burning are rolled up to the very shoulders, and lroduco Exchange ................... 3500000 oonditi|,ns of co|unt, county and '_ WAt I IMSEAL OFFICESS TWT
one end of*it between the bars of theS our trousers high up over thesknees. We In addition to the aboveY aIDL IA R D
grset, a rseare bare-legged, bare-armed, and ready other y business edifices o large cost; anid otow, and out- buWsiness is no, longer q P-E-" ,tV -LT- '-
~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~~~4 .ifv..-e.,-. "" PIIATF, S I"()1 BAINKS, OIk'FICE. C
ly oywandlooed up to wraltot drewr ation. W e b eg ybuildin then there arethe great apartmentment Womenlead ulpon tlhe se iv-s., ,.ow..- ,_ Kl>Y A.NI, aLndlDAE falIECKY &7i
Myth jeo er ans t oute t o e with. sroew wal of gree turf, whih earhounani-tlwn, a number of ar i of e. A .WALE...-- 'Y A >!1) NBiE OIE -NU AD DEAER IN
wal 'of' gree turf,,'' whc we "-se"u ,,i, itTsEN ( ;GI Wt ll" &C.
the fire end of it, javelin fashion. It tear up from the burn's bank at each iac t costmo ethan$ t00,00-h i cagon t enices. aurfdchers nd, sadc- (O.
went halfway down his p at. side of the stream;thenwemako heap Herald. of its ":' NO. 3 BS ,WALA, X STREET LND 8 OF .L, T
pose, and loosened some of his teeth. of extra big turfs close to the burn, and Aorl 'i of Craz Shes people whearen110ing (Al got, like mosther No '^-:|PENSA AB-O A
Davie yelled, and th e domini o appeared dashing them and beating them down A pai r of cra zy Shoes o aserved been made I,, I ....
and found Davie spitting blood and speedily complete our dam. pair fera ses has bema e i tdan.- A NEW STOREN AN CARRIA FAC OR
cinders. But even this did not disturb Hurrah! the burn is almost dry be. at Boston, Mass. The Shoes contain &a2 WAGON ANDr oney,
ouldnlt hae done mthtGordon." o wavtefr stig ide, hand into these; o ra inveed.all shaped pieces.o rtin Carriage Painting and Gene oepair hop.
Such is love--when Chloe is kindly nearly all the trout. Beautiful yellow Tes' W0 KEEPS IN STOCK, HARNESS, W.111 US N OL
Ing hate aly-twohours sonpers than 5 We wade in the water; the two Will- Animals got rid of their parasites by C. street, n1 ]or. J1 1 cl 3r e n o g, t ii rgo f e
usual. ies wade, and Davie wades, and Jock using dust, mud clay, etc Those suf- >.
We rushed pell-mell, almost bre aking wades; Jock uses his bill; we thrust our fearing from fever restrict their diet, IDavis', wilh a Cplce New and ZAh.sAGSanA ST., NEARa ReILROAIg GENERAL BLACKSM H W
-...bare armsinl under the green banks keep quiet, seek dark, airy places, drink (heapl Stock of'0Smd.
l llino- th.],as id, in a ir presenc eo a oer aga iw e n a dog has lost its appt i 9 )e i2v LII^ >A T[i-m r n i T n 1 e_ .
presence -n.m a m an ui t h a AIl!llU ]h1 15' fi M IS ePECottle ,elped e WTe T.iE FINE a N E appe=10= IUe END 't m
lectionsh~xuber_,;e_11: Of ecstlik the trout by tile r:und, slobbery heads, tht neoes ot greain under a07 c-i pI^tl, .0 r I w tE
"-R NI O D N l~ T n 1 "*. t 'l -X ii Es IlsulLT TOr O BtD EP B lI [ t M






shol f adocsan" ade gr^r. ^assin which atss an emeatic altnug atW .- ^ c^ -"hsi1 iei. ^ ^ ^ ^~ l X~f^ .^.
Ililw Jamie- after working them into a corner, and opt a-_ g a an -et and Streit,
ot h do wni kg,.t afterr pitch them out on to the bank, and purgative. Cats also eat grass. Sheep J l CONPITANTI,Y O N SALE, FOR CASI1. P a lafox St e t P ens cola Fla
this by uis father's horse fall-n on Cim laugh to see them leap anddance, their and cows, when ill, seek out certain lcl 's.h. Hats, s, 800ts, Aes j( l & son: AaIk^oA|AA&Aallo
In ohhm D-h rdls Il|aV be hoft, \'itih 11. 1. Wi, ro, Pala. u 7 6t
-Non thebodies shimmering white and golden ill herbs. An animal suffering from chronic fox St., od
"Gaog gupon' Weop of a ustn wand the sunshine. rheumatisnm always keeps, as far as pos- M .1 A
On wh t outrdi ake- _f ft do T AND'r]T[Nr NEJEeSA[ TO Ae re(| and intk oneia Sts., or .i.. ,, ,1 Ti l
sWhoue went D aviendI Every fish that Jock catches he tris sibleo, in the sun. The- warrior ants Tr Yard. -.4 t'ne o..,.11
What he really did say was- "Fa'll toswallow, but Willie pulls them away have regular-organized ambulances. t a TOA I r COMPLETE 1. jIO 'S
othe guddoiny? Bt ye sc and Iasrn Aasts them cashre. w? avwent Latrieilie cut the antennp of the ant, ; BedTn t o g ronIC :i, pure '1 ;'^^LEME^^ FHII C B)t .[ ,--^"tu ^j^P
a n da l th a In t h e audnetric sn a ni ca ", a d ero lbite A p s a n d m ercr y m i z T T a -
enough to translate his words into Eng- Presently Jock, gets a frog and chokes vn mother ant tonics wick covere theitl ENLM 'FRISIGpts
lish. ond pr.hepre isfnorthing stiychlout wounded part with a transpat fluid Cue s DOH i I. HEE&O, n Weati p. .... ...... TY BIL si T 03
lDhif nO setaa Bho t aTph ills a n d F e v e r s te n up to es n t oi t r o m e r t b t o
No ilie w a t e ig es o n in b t Thrai ohing le .soe er ticking lay secreted in their m ouths. If a c im- I n reBy od land L v r s ru I U1O RB IL[P O T E
but we met leg. Hillir W llie reyedy. Nrg tmi meo EL
Now, Willie was awhetewigehst ory he always panzee is wounded it stops the bleeding Ietis a unfailing remer Diseasesofthe e iE SOLICITS TilE PA TRON waysf,
hnglysn looker wa tor id est rever- tons Jock, and the cuddling goes mer- b pl iTh It is invaluable 'or ise peenliar to A011 TIIE TUlT0r. FRAyashhd
hntiaely. Even a boxgoret l that ears f om r t o. dressing it with leaves and grass. When .entG who Tesedentary liveSre shea r J A W. Treatisoa n a L








But~~~illiel wstafolmdy outkn. WetkIttewod ihapyiin oarpre h ohr d oesy. ijre the;C^ ^ te cPEaAsTY headM inll' "nlie R TV
Neat wo!a f armer saort on this eart, an animal has a wounded leg or arm Never It finer Wt on thseat.produce constiplation--e iron medicines (to. J ., JN oW TI O free. Foal V dff. ,
Willie was considered an honor and a I h e fished all over the woHd since hanging on it completes the amputation Itenriehiesand purifces ieblood, stimulates GO.OD B( U()1IN A 1 1 (IOOU I T EaP I Vi., Cure'd-y .S.S
w yondescension on his part. a means eats tee the appetite, aids the tlivon ef footd ex oo FO S. Bre- WANTING Ude S .AD.
veo i goeat thefn tbut the memory of that after- by men teeth lives H eartburn anded hingaso.nd atrew oct- r%, TOAn BEl, WANT-- ti
"hoy wimsl at ]in the aiatonueg noon's cuddling always will remain a Aidog on being stungonthe muzzle eHSFTrthe'Au sclnerm antd ner-See aitude, L ac of Wj TT NN T, BE U' f? .
Fiftytrebe arm es w anv out tot l gatnc;e, by a viper was observed to plunge its Entermittenit h eas Lat de, a Lc i l iaNr d l i n
fift treble withgus rang out way, and t us sml the mills head repeatedly for several days into &l The genutinoe hag scbinve trade mark and co ournli eming to town will find my









tee wt eatan oWhno Uo i l wead ultes r urtos are whening all/H~~~r'^ the LStl 11,B S.un thSoe.T,-^r. TT-nCi h,, Ie Pwl1" lKaKe Bsiss
uWn e ad nal iou sc below us that depend on the Den burn o running water. This animal eventually crossed red lines on....pper. Takevnother. sI ti '1NTN NCIA si. l'iTt's RIThBI, I'alaf1ox Street. f() -O.-
BWllie had; inte o for driving power have to lie idle; of recovered. A sporting dogwas run over Made i,,l|b BIOWNL O. IC CO-, BALATIORE, ANLO. se sp29-if. poso f V dd
Ing the small-fry-ite nippers fr"mn 5 co usrse they have, but what care we. by a carriage. During three weeks in IodideCEf p onsoin tnor- tie y. bu it il me no one Do









.sowuljock.~~~~~~~~~~~~~|d~e Aod potae put tha timy best iwai till to-orow I'l ga-a-d.u not5 beme sai fafe neny bodylmnaysu- R R FR H ILIEVX b~~L. -.-
and.to 7 .mbs were covered with sores, andLx euld scarcely I my arl m oL aUon A |- I>
toT. ~~~The waters rise very high in the dam winter it remained lying in brook, iT)EO l~~ TET, Klgt epaCu e natis, in my shoulders. I took S. 4. S., and it has done iemr udtha l te ci
He rushed through their ranks, at last, anti over,and over again we have where its food was taken to it. This CONSUXI0TI" 00 BE CURE' N EAIR IAroAll Kngt Templar C re cities I have taken. My face, body anti neck are perfectly la ~ laadm hu
dashing them aside in all di- t o strengthen it. animal recovered. Terrier hurt its 11/. PINSACOUIA, FLC011 11i, '11) 1A. LionCol11an1dery. 2ti CDMIyAse, btlweiheldi ilntm l .... gaith
reactions, like a sturgeon in a tlshoerwharahu right eye- It remained under a ctouter, I "~ilc be~! ntD without$S. S. S. for evrliesoiswihti es
shoal of haddocks, and made his .fro Wlast,an howeverih frmteawiigeih n heat, although itL 7 j 8 6. P, IS AC(|LA,'MarehC~ 18th, 18'5. F IIGFd e'tNo
Iaheron"-o called from .t wouldinA all rai ta he p ace len t ae n d df t he at ahv on uh ct" A Vtc nf I --andery was hold r S G 1 MC Y
way to the spot where Davie Law and heron, and well we know what it habitually kept close to the fire. it W. KELLERMAN, TO.at ,OiT AsyFluC this doy and K- was II I
1,wt u akt fwr aigi en.adopted a general treatment, rest and ordle|'d Ithat, CollI'ocatiouls be hohld as fol-
out in ~~~~~~~~~ ~~ ~~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ lt d w rg ter etTh da ha bu s, a d t e w tr abtn n ef o fod Th lo a tra-1 h,.111l1e 151"h, 'July |:th, Aug u~st 10th,
He soon settled the business b'y pitch- come down with a rush and a roar and ment consisted in licking the upper sur- B L AU 1 1 FORM EBLY O I)I0 1ERIDIIAN, NIISS. September" 7th, iOct,,IJ, r 51,11, Noveln| et %Lt, "
ingntusbohan wenwearsa oreireisabeface of the paw, which it applied to the Cu~res CoughsroSclds, lPnifeefulsC~onia .-AI(ha~a '|scl,,l..I I~cbr~h (HR. LS 'PAHlS
from the ground- Suave qui pent. Save ourselves, saveI wounded eye; again licking the paw chmptio, Bronhalrsenes its, staCroup. beg~ the (al Cio atenrltinof ths :portisni te- 7Rcodr
"No, wll e gng udlin?" aidourjacet, sve ur ish 'hen it became dry. Animals suffering W.hoitis uh,nifna n andtl e peat. Inglav, leuned ty irl:ld.,le i|(e:- GOVERNII ,-
"Ganga g uddlin' Wolntus?" said er;_ enoug no. qn.ipr. Itwl ytecniuenplcto fcldsohsa hast a_ Meband of 11f Ce .... V -9 elL, N~ toF Nl :9C in
"ow. will ou jets 0--h of fe iladoefo h am aeawtr hc .Dlanycniest h ugi flae,dpioe, b.o n h:||s.diintw:l yln. .-


tied a knot upon without putting the "T have It" I shouted "Let us go have discovered in oysters the required 1 MantclpiuesTrbled very near as ant Elegnl t Stock of f Trimned anil Un- O- Pipr
bi to much inconvenience. A long- and see Jenie." aliment, besides being by far the most cheap as having hlhadone plain. Tinting An invitation to inspect my stock and in Lessons on Piano, n, Etc.
legged stupid, o old bird he was, who We told her all, adding- agreeable food to take. Raw oysters, aind (raining a -,.,.. We will grain trimmed Hats, and Tl'inming, Ilair (leoos, vestignite prices is extended to the Public. SINGING A SPECIALTY. Tr
hsed to catch minnows and trout for "Ohl please, Miss Jeanie, take pity too, are said to be very good for hoarse- front doors in hard intsh or high polish for Ribbons and Coplete Line or Toilet Novel- fel14-1s86-ly.
himself t ill he muddled all the stream, on us, and be kind to the dominie. He ness, although I have never tested their $1.75il) to $7.00., We'ave preparedaNew A pairingg and Tuming Mlne. andll Patneur R alaanmigh
then go to sleep for an hour, with the is so fond of you, Jeanie, and if you say merits on that point. It is my belief Kalsoline for Parlorsl and Halls ihat will ts.OF PIANOS AND ORGANS. -atte|'s.
water up to his knees, till it got clear N- 118'MR. 1,011IS A COlIlIEN, OF PTNCAD RAS
aain.g a word he will never thrash us." that the oyster is the most healthful stand washing an#l'ajt for years. e"-'-nde St.,, A 0I :E1lT NT _E1 S Will furnish Dance Music either for Pian'o 0O 1 X
"Do you think he is fond of me," said articleof food known to man."-New shop-Cor. Govern|'ient and Bareelona Lo|-.hntcilleneia t,,aii man sAlley. and Violin, or Piano, Violin and Cornet.
While Willie went away to get Jack bonnie Jeanie. York Mail and Express. irects. nCt,|,es o,,-,t FLORIDA 8AIL LINE APPLY AT SNOW'S MUSIC STORE,
and his best jacket, we stood at the "O! Miss Jeanie," I replied, "he would The Virus of Glandser. 14-347.] FLORIDA S L L INE Corner Palafox and Inteudencia Sts., Machine Shop.
blacksmith's door, and watched the die for you." ,Gadr ,sbcn opeaetadT xP yr ;teto OIEFrPBIAIH ~SC~,FA
sturdy burn-the-winds putting a red-hot w said WilGlanders so become so prevalent andTax P e "^10e NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION. Y to PensacolaP NSAO, F. L AoN, O ,o
tireorkanewcart wheel, then pouring "ITm so destructive in Illinois that the state LAND OFFICE AT Doye.ric IRON FRONTS, GRAVE YA1nao FEs2CESF
buckets of wate over it to cool it and R eade hatepwou sd," s a si ng D vi e live-stock commission will probably r pAN Rt E. I. I V V, ', COU I'(NS from SOEelIGibr GI E V"A;. I F
m ake it fresh' This w as alw ays great c a meader, th- p lt i ty hr ash in n ever hasten to avail itself of the results of the T s ts (, ,. ,, t a io u, t N 1..,,of;,, .., ,. ..1 P. Uele | i ast til e. notice g v l the vl- and O.F F Rt rpala foxrn mentaMw harf Anastn aSide,e cu e
am fbThe,1 yuwa ddcm sei -oo,s ar. rei-vatl f al D iyo iscoun I ... o. 1 .... ,le .. a tiale nrotficeu
fun tobus. off just two rcn[fhs after-a wedding. recent investigations of MM. Cadeac and Txles.conponsarc, raivable for all City of hisi.. .o ... .1 ** hnal proof il ;ap- ED. v-- UT M
By-and-by, back came Willie, dresselAd o o mnth aFoes lmped away Malet on the resistance of the virus of raxes. Applyto port of his claim, and that said proof will ON AI1IAI1S TO.. PENSAC-
for the occasion, and carryingthe great o Fr. [I this disease to the destructive agency of oF6. %I E .NTS BANK. fhe made before (Aerk of Court, for Eeamm- Wico
for the occasion, an d carrying the great from church w ith bonnie Jenn ie's hand this disease to the dtestructive agency o 1 W i c e and Coeuedor ata tasa-o a Fl n W d A EN E K O ,eTrT T ? A ~^ T R E S 0 Ct.
heron, precisely as a mother carries her fro cuhwihbneJai'sadIlia County, at Pensacola, Fla., oin Wed~- N. A. BENNER &b CO.,
babyonly pecoseld n e it totee p cin his sleeve.-.Gordon Stabley, M. D., atmospheric air and heat. In a general nesday, Novemer t, 1, vi:s SO ITED.
baby, only he could not get it to keep its m in Hom Cimes. way it may be stated that these prove W A N ; n a November ot 18F6, Siz: Je 23
long legs doubled up, which made mat- that the virus-like Koch's cholera germ stead 125,17, for the in.w. qr. or see. 10, t, 2 --AND--
ters look awkward. Willie put ofck Cure for Writers Cramp. -is rendered inert by thorough drying. White Heron ai r kins lie names the following Witnessss to All Goods Landed free of Dock Charges.
down thornmull, and haksnded othe of to Writer's cramp is an affection which, Fagments of farcy buds from the lungs IN I A,1.u.1: & S I.L QUA. NT'I 1il..S prove his continuous residence upon, and Insurance effecteil under open Policy of NOTARY PUBLIC- months ft date w a
\-sheep-horn mull, and handed the box to retain virulence in the central parts as -,=, i. ullvation ofssaid hind, vz: (9 .
us, and we all took snuff. utla very recent date, has been looeZ as A this Linewat no per cent. under (leek, and otCn
urscon pleentwalnooemsn upon as in most cases incurable., Fort- long as twenty-four days, while the -a-; l.,..lM no ] l a. ti n per cent. o n nde deck. anM ot settaCo orid a final
\ Our complement was now complete, unately, however,.for, those who suffer more external layers lose theirs at rates Addre" & per -l on deck. H' STREETi,h, '" GVERNMENT ST. settleen omaunST, deasE e d
a\so off we all went, whooping for joy, thsdie sean ro nw dependent on the facility with which & C.-Special attention pai,1 tolthe purchase lothea ,' is Ro bns, d
along the road that led to the wood atheybecome, desiccated in the atmos- 2,7 PEARL NEW YORK. L.A. BARNES, Register" and sale of all kinds of Merchandise. Pelsacola. -loida. Executr
hough which the Den bum ran.pherd An atmosphere saturated with n 31m sep22-6w U. S. Land Office. aug25 86-ly oct 10 8$5ly IPensacolaFlaMy h
S hrughw~feh he Dn brn antAndbut for its permanent cure. The diff- .. ...