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Title: The Pensacola journal
Alternate Title: Daily journal
Alternate title: Pensacola news-journal
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Mayes & Co.
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
Creation Date: April 3, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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PENSA COLA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY MORN(NG, APRIL 3_ 1906i PRICE CENTS. .2' $,
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I SUSPENSION OF : .! NATIONALQUARANTINE PROPHET ,DOWIE i i'V]IFIREDFROM'ZIO


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MINES r COMPLETE. BILL PASSED SENA TE !: gf I






Pending Miners f' Result Today.and of Operators Conference. S T INn'THI[ : [ i! SPINNERS[ WANT I MallDry-WillJams Powers--:.of-' "the,easyre Marine Enlarges TEXAS[ S GOES[ QN N I ON.ERSHIP 'OF f, General. Catholic Overseer Church of is Christian Nowin _




COURT S, OF f Hospital Service. TIE[ SHEET T [[T-: Mexico.

BUT FEW WORKINGin mm[ [ IE[ THE[ R ANGE N [ THE OPEN REVOLT

Urgency Deficiency ,Bill Will Be .


the Anthracite Coal Fields of: FLORIDA, FOR COTTON N .. Called-, Up-'Tod a Y.' AGAIN RAILWAYS Against Him Culminates in Trans -


Pennsylvania. BILL FOR CABLE TO PANAMA fer of All Property.

u, S.Supreme -Court Holds that, ,REPORTED PERSONAL Chicago Will I Vote Upon Important
LIA
(AIMING SCALE, OF 1903 SIGNED BY Mrs. Christopher Delegation! Claims that Nearly Where She Will i Conclude Her Rec-
t Pay Assessment BILITY BILL PASSED BY HOUSE. Propositions Today-Fight WARRANTY DEED AND BILL OF

ELEVEN BITUMINOUS OPERATORS Every Bale Reaching England is ord
Target t Practice Which
on Bank:Stock .SEVERAL- OTHER. iwtf,. -MEASURES 5 Very Bitter.By SALE FILED IN COOK COUNTY

IN PITTSI3URG DISTRICT I Short Weight : -PASSED, UNDER. -:'}.:.:--r..SUSPENSION, ; Was Started !10 Days.Ago. COURT BY W G. vouV WHOIS
MINES ALL SHUT By Associated Press "
-WESTERN Associated Press
OF THE .RULES NOW IN FULL AUTHOOjTY-
Washington : -
; April -The Supreme Chicago April 2.The question of
DOWN-129 CLOSED, DOWN IN Court today announced its "decision! in By Associated Press ".. r.rhe.battIesbtp: :' Texas, which -Jias. municipal ownership of street railways DOWIE. NOTIFIED IN HOT

PENNSYLVANIA.Pending the case of Henrietta Christopher' Washington, April 2.A delegation By Associated Press. bee"n.at_ .ancaor off the "J131Vy)"ardH.r i I!will be.submitted to popular vote.tomorrow .
against Joseph Norvell. receiver _ot'the Washington, 2. the and the resultJs.awaited with: TELEGRAM.By .
representing the cotton spinners of April -When the -past ten days, steamed out into;;' 1
First National Bank of Jacksonville Great Britain,,was presented to Pres: Senate convened today Senator Hale the'"gulf yesterday, morning, wnerei;'great interest. .. .
Fla., which, failed three years- dent Roosevelt today by Representative -reported the urgent deficiency bill.I she will resume her record target]I'! V The contest 'has been- waged with I '. .}'
the outcome of the confer. ago. |1 Loveing,. of Massachusetts. The and. gave notice that- he would call practice, which!: was commenced:;; great bitterness and usual party lines Associated Pre$ .'
ence at New York tomorrow, betweenthe Mrs. Christopher owned fifteen hun- visitors were on their waysouth to it "up to-morrow. about ten days since,- but which was,:'have been obliterated. Chicago, April 2.-The'open revolt "
coal operators and President John; dred dollars worth of stock'which was urge cotton growers to bale cotton in The Mallory-Williams bill, to further interrupted by bad weather. "j I I Three' propositions have been sub
assessed at full value to enlarge the and The and mitted. First, shall against John Alexander Bowie yesterday -
of I pay the better shape. Mr. Loveing said: ', powers authority targets were repaired Chicago proceed
Mitchell the suspension operationsin banks debts. The local courts' sus.1 "The delegation to ask of the Pubic Health and Marine place in -condition during'yesterday, to operate its street railways; second was followed to-day by the
going
the anthracite fields is practically I tained the assessment,, but this) that cotton be 'put'up'in stronger'bales. Hospitals service, known 'as the and it is probable that this morr.iag: shall the City Council provide for the transfer of all property of the Churchof
complete. of one hundred and sIxty resisted on the 'ground that, being al! The present sytem is no protection, National Quarantine till, was passed. the firing win commence: provides1: issuance of railway certificates not Zion to Alexanded Granger, whose
married woman Mrs. ; The Senate continued debate weather conditions- are favorable. to exceed
'sevnty-five million
on dollars
in the Christopher 'as
thousand men and boys hard! as ,the bagging Is easily torn or cut. dismissal! was demanded by Dowie in
i; absolved from payment under the the railroad rate bill, the 'principal The firSt day's work which occurredten to purchase extsiting railways. Third,
coal fields affected ,by the suspension] laws and constitution Florida. To- Every bale Is robbed before of :fifteen to l s>i>,eech b.sing made by' Fulton, ofOregon days 'ago, was very .satisfactory, shall the city proceed without delayto I a long telegram from'Iexico yester
less than one thousand are working j i day's decision sustained the Florida twenty 'pounds, reaching destination who favored ,the bill some excellent marksmanship being acquire ownership and operate all day.

In the bituminous fields many"miners courts and holds' that jirs. Christopher land. ,The particularly dishonest if it 'goes to Eng-whodon't displayed. from .what-can,be learned. street railways instead of granting A warranty dead and bill of sale
Is personally .liable'. broker REPORTED. BILL. FORCABLE About one week will .consumed in franchises to private I '
were idle today on account of the make his office rent out of pickings ,TO'PANAMA, the target worK/which' has been, The first proposition companies. was filed with the country court today

celebration of the efiht hour anniversary from the bales he", handles is not mapped out for the' battleship. sixty per cent of the votes must cast receive and r ,by W. G. Voliva, the present

rather than on account of STRIKERS KILLEDBY considered up-to-date. ,Washington, April 2.--!(Senator For- Three monitors and three torpedoboats' the others can be'carriedty, majort. i head of Zion, who appeared1 with a
the wage dispute.It aker, from the Oommitt on Military are now at St. Joseph's but ty vote. tower of attorney signed by .Dowie
'Affairs, to-day reported', bill, fora so far nothing has. been heard from All
several months the
NON ago. personal -
BIG MAJORITY
is difficult to foretell conditions UNION MAN cable from Key WesU to" Panama, them.
In the bituminous district In Western via Guantanamo, as advocate by SUMMARY OF property in Dowie's residence was
the Secretary of War. also taken. Later in the day Granger -
Pennsylvania until It -definitely FOR JEff DAVIS
3y Associated Press. FRENCH STRIKERSARE
\ : made a reconveyance of all the. .
known host\ many independent opera Tolon France, April 2,--Two sinking ,IMPORTANT.:. MEASURES THE WEATHERFAIR property to Voliva giving him all ain
tors will sign-the advance of 5:55 'perr'Dt ] waiters here.,todayattacked a :- PASSED'fTHE HOUSE .
I non-union man- and theUatterstabbed DISORDERLY thoiity over property held by :Dowie.
Associated Prsss. -
I By Later on Dannie's, message was
.The miners( scale' was' signed this I of and the kijled governm> .the .strikers.t' a rs.ena1.threaten.Employees Little Rock April Unofficial re-I.the: 'Washington\ ,,:April -Chtef by" among AND WARMER' WEATHER seidpwn; from Zion Qity. Theyacknowledge

afternoon by the Pltt!# urg Coal Comjany -I to Join the striker. turns from every county in .the state measures' passed the'Housetoday -By.Associated Press it3 receipt in a telegram
show Governor Jefferson Davis ..elect.e was the "pe'scal liability tLyons 'Fjanpe, '.April" .-:-R enewed PROMISED FOR 'TO-DAY which protested .emphatically against
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th i' Agreement to' be" effective / 0---: bin! which.has been-iwiored\ byan disorders'iavg .. .,- ,
majority strike in
senator by ten thousand occurred the $ m"-'Eztaa.yaga.uce! : hypocracy misrepresentation
immediately'and! ; affects twenty-three TO "Ei\R Cij PE over: Senator Berry at last. -week's, t army .of.. railway employees "throughout' mining regions: Tte' strikers' to-day MAXIMUM -YESTERDAY', r :">exaggeration, tyranny
thousand menin tha't'dfstrkt The primaries., > ; the country and which came from destroy- house'' 'at Ganger with 62.DEGREE& and' in1 stfce." The telegram then
agreement was signed by F. L."Robinsat .the committee practically unchanged.
.dynamite: Forty-ona thousand. men contineud: "You are hereby suspended
three o'clock to remain effectivefor .CASE APRIL 23 Another measure changing' the exIsting are now on strike. The: companieshere from office for treachery and
two years. Anouncement was r RUSSIANS' 'ANDC"INISE law :which brought out exten.1 have notified the men 'they. will Fairand warmer weather is given charges. Quietly retire. Far-
sive filibustering -opposition have no interviews with promised for to-day followed'' by thur Interference will precipitate
made at the .same. time that the fjther' ,
scale bill permitting the fortification
By Associated Press oft I them. colder. The maximum temperature complete exposure of the rebellionand
had been signed by eleven independent Washington 2.The : CLASH sweet wines and levying a tax ofth're Your state
April Supreme yesterday was 62 degrees, at 2:45 p. legal proceedings.
concerns. Court to-day fixed; A1>ril 23' for t cents a gallon. on' all wines m., and the minimum was 45 degreesat ment of the stupendously magnified
hearing arguments In the case of tae thug fortified. ALL UNION MENLOCKED 6 p. m. Observer Reed in his financial outlook is extreme foolish-
ELEVEN HAVE SIGNED State of Georgia against the Tennessee By Associated Press. Several other bills were passed'inf. summary of weather conditions yesterday ness in view of, the thousands' who
deruspen'sion of rule.
Copper company- involving the said: are suffering through your misman
THE 1903 WAGE SCALE Moscow, April 2.-A sensational ,Mr.. Mann, of Illinois, advocating OUT
creditors have
i charge against the company of injuring : "Fair and cool weather prevailsover agement. Zion and
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telegram received here from Harbin the personal liability act said hundreds "
By Associated Press surrounding property with fumesfrom :: the eastern half of .the: country, been heretofore at a loss. This was
I that hostilities are'emminent of railroad
smelters. says employes wer under the influence of a high barcrmetric signed by Voliva and other leaders in
Pitt urg, April 2.-Ths 1903 wage' between Russian and Chinese troops. killed last year and more than thirteen By Associated Press.
scale, which is an advance of 5:55 percent It is intimated that. the Chinese,..influenced thousand injured on the railroad !Charlotte, April '2.- -ThIrty High pressure, central over, the Zion. refused. to discuss the. .
Ohio valley. A trough of low Voliva
over the present scale has been NEGRO CAUGHT by the Japs, are moving : of the United States. The Point furniture and glass factories I pr s- against Dome until the lat
overlies the charges
western
signed by representatives of eleven forward ama! that the situation is, so best way to protect the public was today locked out all unkjn 'employees sure counry; ter had an opportunity to answer.
from western Texas northward
extreme
bituminous coal operators in the Pitts. tense that Russian remoblization to "make railroads pay for sleeping according to.'a.notice given ten days
kurg district. These represent; thirty AT McDAVID has been stopped, and the Russian engineers; who- worked twenty hours ago. There was ,no violence and1 the caused through the light Dakotas; it has CITY NOW CLEANING
million tons output, or more than half commander has issued orders to prepare when. by such: overwork, injury resulted. locked out men take .the situation the generally Pacific Coast to precipitationfrom the RockyMountain PALAFOX STREET
the coal: mined in the district. for eventualities. .' good naturally;
districts; this depression" is
WESTERN CONVICT WHO GOT AWAY FROM .,.----- followed by another 'high' which appears Palafox street which has heretofore
MINES'ARE. over the north Pacific states. been swept by contract is now being
ALL SHUT DOWN YARN'S CAMP ON FRIDAYCAPTURED 'iFrosts were observed in scatt**,! taken care of by the city, the contract
i : --: r localities this morning over Tennessee -having expired Saturday night. City
Kansas City; ,Mo., April 2.-There is ,,BY'. DEPUTY I ). .. '... the Carolinas, Georgia, Alabamaand prisoners are, being used on the work
ttomplelte shut-down in the bitunvnM BR'EWTON'. '.' : ) OU A 0Y. Western Florida. and rt is the expectation: of the city:
fields of Missouri Kansas, the lT M Conditions are favorable for fIr officials that the work can b* don!
INYSNFE
Emories and Texas today., No dIsOrders weather to continue over this .vicin better and cheaper in this way than
are reported. -. h1YA Y 70o M v cMoI .- ity to-night- and Tuesday, becoming by .contract The COlln':U only allowed -
Will Jones, who escaped from the Iyi ''..... warmer to-night Fresh southeastto $100 per month for this work and
13 2 COAL MINES convict, camp of Varn Brothers oh south winds will prevail along. the all the bids received for the April
HAVE CEASED BUSINESS Friday last white the attention of the I '_', f r West Florida coast." work wefe 'considerably: in excess of
guard was distracted momentarilywas that; figure, hence were rejected.
Scranton, April 2. From Pittsburg captured yesterday ;near McDa-
w Forest city about forty-six thous- vid by Deputy Sheriff Allan Brew.ton, : r SOUTHERN CITY LABORERS WERE
tad< miners are Idle and 129 mines and' brought to the' city last night, DOCKED HALF A DAY
tout down. afterwards being! taken out to! the MOTORMENCALL -
convict by Sheriff( Van P !t.
camp $ The laborers who were employed
.(Jones is the negrowho'"!Vas 'arrac- -'V 'L the.city in the gang under Capt. J. A.
POUND ANOTHER ed on the charge of robbing the resIdence i ijC Daw and who were laid off by Act-
of A. Zelius last :year and'w o ISSUED FOR MEETING AT ing Superintendent Spottswood on the
sentenced to nerve term of six A
wag he appointed to that position,
1571rIUROPK' day was
ILLICIT STILL years at hard labor for the offense.A JACKSONVILLE ON TENTH OF received their pay checks yesterday,
"of Offered for tip
reward $100 was MONTH. and were surprised to find that they
r. his capture by Yarn Bjo} THIS had been docked for half a day. the

OFFICERS last that they worked. Mayor Kiss
DISCOVER AND SMASHUP .Municlpah-Court l !. .A call has been issued to southern when asked about the matter last

ILLEGAL BOOZE, FAC--, Forty-three defendants faced, Recorder V 1aMADIH motormen for a meeting! at Jacksonville :. night said the men had been ordered
Laney In the.municipal\ court! yes "Florida April 10th, which.is the not to KO to work that day and thatif
TORY NEAR DeFUNIAK.. terday. Four cases.i two defendants were turiied over to h 'races which,will be conducted by the they "would have to get it out of Gin-
the county one given" 30 days, three OZ Jacksonville Automobile and MotorBoat gles. The men however,say they were

Soecial to The Journal discharged, three; sentences suspend-I rtEQlc Club. The purpose of the meet not ordered not to go to work. and
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Cepuniak, April .-U, S. Deputy ed and fines imposed" ing is to discuss southern motoring had no idea that their services were
Collector J. D. Craws, acting on inkrmatlon $102 and costs. : matters and good roads with a view no longer required un'il dischargedby
made a raid north of De of forming a strong southern body Mr. .Spottswood shortly before
IWll1ik Saturday! City Tax Collector.. which will work for the 'better progress noon.

iVhile driving along the road the Of the total amount ::asa: >sse4 for of motoring in the southland and --
t eer fret some people coming to city taxes all approximately but-$32-: to organize a crusade for better roads. MANY IMPROVEMENTSAT
>his: and suspecting: that they had 000( has been collected The assessment f One of the important things to be THE COUNTY JAIL
sett whiskey in their possession, for 1905, was ,36,00ft more ,than discussed Is the talked of main trunk
th -officer proceeded tomake' a the )'ear' previous: 'making 'a total of line from Richmond to Jacksonville The county jail, which bas been la
search and< found a quantity on the $115,000. of which, a, oiit 433.00Q has of It is the ardent wish of all automobilists bad condition for some time past, is
ii persons of two who were'placed un- "been collected. Tnc-sa-Wo: : have n:;g- V that a good road fce built enabling now being given a thorough overhauling
r arrest! Later a wxgon 'was lected to their taxe. will have to 4 F northerners and southern to use it the work including repairs to the
searched The and more liquor found. pay 2% percent pay interest: on 'amounts r*: q:7.MLLru1 J ... in summer and winter. The Savannah roof and new cement and iron floors
the officers' proceeded to where paid during 'this month which will be Automobile CWb has already com-j in parts of the steel cage where it
still Was : i for the building become bady rusted! and worn.
had
found reported to be ando increased from "month" to month until. mended planning,
< a wood( and iron still of about the'.books are closed.. road from Savannah to Jacksonville, The work Is being done under the ,
W galIon caPacity and a quantity of and if the Florida people build! the personal supervision :ol County Com '
fill ready for distilling. The officer Postmaster Nominate&. T'v' talked of road from Jacksonville to missioner Senott. .

the bled the aparatus- saving only [Washington, ApfU Z.*-?Tht president : Miami, over 400 miles in length the
worm and some samples of the nomination day may be nearer to us than it is ANNNUAL MEETING OF
following
lroduet sent the
which were brought to De thought it Is when the automobilist CARNIVAl ASSOCIATION s
FUDIak to the Senate tontey; For-- postmaster
.to be nsea' a& evidence drive from New York-City to -
can
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tilted l'his makes three illicit stills cap- Georgia, H. S._Sutton! ,.IPcUIa.. Miami: The annual meeting of the' stock. ;

t 11) y these officers In this vicin- Mr. Bingham.VHjis: .Recovered.F. It is thought that a purely southern ,Aiders of the Pensacola Carnival As-
during the past week. organization can do- more for local sociation will be held at the rooms of
Bingham/who-lias'been,: confined .
F. and state interests than a national organization the Chamber of Commerce at 4 p. m
Pamphlet Confiscated. to his home for1 several weeks can which' up:to"Jhi$.time .today. In addition to other business
Mn kfo scow, April 2.-The police have with an attack, was)attending to,bus- ,i., :_- '- ..... has more or less southern to come before the meeting the anauaj
that seated A pamphlet issued by iness'for the first time l yesterday since ZTmE'AMERICAN TOUR.IST"HE: ,- ANGEL.'OFPEAJCE= 1t"'WHY'O'W.AR.WrLu'R.li'. : :L'i-EUROPE. and ,western matters, ., election of directors will be ht4 .v
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; I A liquidfood"containing, in predigested MarclrColdest in 14 .

form, the strength-giving, nerve-building ,

14 elements of Barley-Malt and Hops. ,More \ Years- .. I B

potent than drugs and is-harmless to the : -3 #* / II't ,

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most.delicate person. .. During the' past winter the thermometer v'-. ; ,
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e Malt-Nutrine, unlike drugs, can be taken _... in Pensacola only reached : cgasftF -1 '
without fear of contracting a habit._ fie freezing point six times, acco Ti- #' \ APi5ds/ pleasantly.Acts' ;

;:.. ing'o' the official records of, the] 7 f'.v'lt .

Sold by all Druggists and Grocers. :.- United States -WeatheiBureau,, the: Vjwi* tX ;a /><%&L*/ V.* I B&rxe-ftcially;
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dates of such occurrence being De # : tftC c ::\ t,.Xrr ii '
Prepared by cE1Ilber'S.i; 31 degrees" ; 11, 31 degrees'and A \J4t -:: -v if c'ts irvily sis. 'a. Laxsiive'.

.Anheuser-Busch Brewing Ass'n wrSt. 25, :30 'degrees; January 9, 30 trV iti ;.JUS"S'' s t
*/? -; ,. J T1 rtf / Syrup of Figs appeals to the cultured and the
.Louis. U.S.A. degrees; 23::, 31 degrees. and 24, 29 i7 :L-.J.fc.
degrees. yi i -Z .- *< I well-informed and to the healthy, because its

!March: wa$ the coldest month' ac' r \\ 5L. I component parts are simple and wholesome

cording to fhe mean ,average tempfr- X 'zJIZ; .2=-. ature, In ,the past fourteen years, the ; KSC-- natural functions, as it is wholly free from
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mean for the month being 57 de "-- s
-,- / every objectionable quality or substance. In
grees. The coldest :March In the
U'n, the of manufacturing figs are used, as
I process
WANT BRIDGE OVER iG past 27 of the years bureau according, was to in the 1885 records I :.q / :*:$N:#., i& $ -"Aft p.\ they are pleasant to the taste, but the medici

CAMP LIFE[ FOR m CROWDS ATCH T TmHTM when the mean temperature was 55 .f -Ji' J nal virtues of Syrup of Figs are obtained froman

ESCAMBIA RIVER degr e:.. Th'e\mdhth of March 19i6was *te 2 is :excellent combination of plants known to
slightly over three degrees b?- ; rip& 1
*>"'5fSj- be medicinally laxative and to act most beneficially.
sw normal. Only four in the
past 27 years has.the' mean years been: be- ; To get its beneficial effects-buy

!W BARRANC9.N : RESIDENTS: OF SANTA ROSA R S ow 58, those years being' 1881, 57 degrees v | / / the genuine-manufactured by the

: ; J8S5,5a. degrees; 1892., 57 degrees Sb : -
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pi ANXIOUS BE ABLE TO and"I906f; 67 degrees. ,

REACH PENSACOLA: During the month of March: 190: JW1MAUI
.. the: wind attained a velocity of over

$' MEN MARKETS. TRiAL 30 miles an hour on 'five occasions,
the; totes foemg: March 2, 46 miles inv
I from the southeast; -March '3, 34
miles 'Trbmlhe vest March 14, 30 1tta1le
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For time the ... 'lL.- k :--- -
some past ,residents
miles from ,the southeast March 19" A (
I All Companies Stationed Here are of Santa 'Rosa county, especially Hundreds tale to Get Into Hall 45 miles from the southwest, and: / 1&y /lew) rkny,
those.residing the. northern part '
p in larch 29, 50. miles from the south For sale by: all leading Druggists,in original; packages only beating the fall
of; the--countyHiave been' anxious west.. At about; 1:45: a. m. March 2, ;. of the
is
Where Trial Being'HeIdatMarianna. name Company.
to Engage.in Maneuvers on that a bridge be constructed at some the wind, for' one minute, reached. a
[k3 point near HcDavid: which would velocity of 55 mttes per Sour, beins,

I Santa Rosa Island. aJ1aw- them to reach the Pensacola accompanied by a severe nail storm. ,
;,_ ? _ market with their products but for Steven thunderstorms were recorded } -
; TAKING.
some reason the Santa Rosa Commissioners during the month of March. Light ,HUNGRY MILAN. SHIP-WORH
Special to The Journal.Marianna '
'The several companies of coast ariillery do not sem to favor the frost formed- three times and heavy
stationed at Forts Barrancas, project.: The Escambia: County Com April 2.-The preliminary xost once.Chamberlain's.. : The City Alwayc Koled For Gorgeowt! What the Capture af the San Philip. COFFEE !
trial of William Christmas, Walter .
He.at'to' England.On
time been and flanueti."From .
missioners Heavy
have for
,
: McRae to have some
Pickens a
; and are '
Holland and Jasper and' John Justice,
ready to do their part towarofc the Cough Remedy the Best 'early times Milan has enjoyeda the 9th pfj June, 1687, Drake, coming -
life- the next the murder of
touch of during who with
camp are charged
construction of bridge connecting and Most Popular. back from "singeing the king of
for' ;
Judge Christmas' and his entire family reputation the"gorgeousness and tbe Pioneer
f' Eeyen days. They will leave the post the two counties, but the matter has "Mothers" buy it for croupy children, ot'ita' : Spain's beard in Cadiz," fen in with a lYe are
fI. this morning for Santa Rosa, Island, never been brought up in such shape near Campbellton was called: here railroad meaibuy,it.for; severe coughs heaviness banquets, 'writes Eapinet -' huge vessel, which he captured. She Coffee Roasters of

r'rw: where they will pitch their tents and that action couH be taken. A bridge today before JudgeJ.-CL McKinnon. and elderly people buy it for la gripe .Mackenzie! : oldoni .attributed; proved to b&t ..$ nl'hllipe. an East
ii ,for-Ihe coming week will be kept hard oyer the Bscambia river 'is' badly Great interest is being shown in the ? ," says Moore Bros., Eldon, Iowa. to the Milanese- ah inordinate love of Indiaman owned by he king of Spain West Florida.'McHUGH'S .

?i at work at various maneuvers. needed and residents on both sides two trial.thousand and it is. estimated are'here that from over "We sell more of Chamberlain's Cough ,the'good things of the,table' in,.the 'following -, himself and then'i the 'jargest merchantman -
1t: This is the first tim that actual of the river .still hope that some persons Remedy than any' other kind. It words which have been handed
camp practice has been performed at agreement for its construction maybe the surrounding territory. The trialis to have taken the lead pver'several afloat '
the local post, but orders recently received reached.. in :-the.* neat future. being'held in the.Davis.ball which seems other 'good brands." There is nQ down to us: They (the Milanese):Llln Her cargo, vaued' at mJre than a million BLENDS
'inEtructed ,was packed throughqutjhe day to its neither take walk drive : sterling of modern was in
tr.iT; from the ,war department ------. question but this medicine is the best' a a or amuse money
- ; that 'the men be given a littler : : 'About Rheumatism. utmost and hundreds were notable' to' that: can be ,procured for coughs .and1 themselves} in any way without con- Itself, the mest valuable ever captured
work in mimic war fare and, Santa ,Therg are few diseases that inflict ,get. within ten feet of the building. whether it .be'a child rslnt'on the'all enjrosaing theme of- but ,there "was" '80m thI rg else eveti -
colds. or ai
1 : haveno A trial}
q Rosa Island was selected as the best more. torture than'rheumatism and State Solicitor i ,J, Wal.t TCehoe, C. adult that \& a1tliicted.always cures :eating At the play in the heart ot' more valuable ttaa..t ibe, rgo. :This equal.;
t point( to conduct the,work. It. is sup. there is probably no disease for which L Wilson and Ellis Davis; are conduct. and cures, qui k1y. Sold by 'all drug their families at, the consisted of"the snip's papersand accounts will convince the connoisseur
even spiritual
.
I : Toned that sham battles, attacks, etc., such 'a "varied and useless lot of remedies ing the prosecution; with."W. B., Farley gists. which disclosed to the mer-
and Price & Watson of Marianna, conference, 'they cannot resist indulgic that
will constitute the work during the have been, suggested. To say chant adventurers of England all the we
I 'week. During yesterday and -Saturday that it ,can be tcured is, therefore a and Espy &; Farmer,:of'Dothan, Ala., :, In their favorite" topic.' Even in '
and bound. ;
methods and the
h ; the men were busy, at the post bold statement to make, but Chamber represent the defendants. Duct on the Oceim."To modprii times Bljlan' retains her old mysteries make no extravagant

r.if getting ready for the move. which Is lain's Pain Palm.which enjoys an extensive Some' sixty witnesses for the" state talk of a: 'dusty' ocean highway reputation. At,Christmas time one can less possibilities -of the East India claims.

w to ,be 'made today. 'sale, ias. met ,with great success were sworn today; b Csom of them rounds absurd, but the expression-Is see that she eats veil A\waik through trade. ,,
'Colonel Howe and his staff will not in the treatment of this disease. will not be .useLatih1s..trIaL.8veral: perfectly accurate," states -a writer her streets wfll reveal-sbaps'Jkden with ',Indeed' would, hardly be, stretching .

f 1 cross to the island but will direct the One- application of Pain Balm will relieve -,witnesses for the state were=:examined "Every one wbtf'is'familiar with ships* all good thinsDf..<:eISIl'1 for-the festal the facts to say thai the morning: .which Wholesale and RetailGROCERS

(c; i. movements of the troops from old the Pain; and ..hundreds of sufferers and some'strong evidence"adducedin knows that, no matter how carefully season. The- beef is prime none saw the capture of the San Philipe saw

y Fort Barrancas: where their tents will have testified to permanent cures reference to the cfothing worn by the decks may be washed in the .better: la all I Cafe" --the .!keys aad' alss the dawn of our Indian empire.
t s be pitched, and where they will use by ItsThse. Why suffer when Pain'Christmas. Testimony connecting morn 'cMckens-fa<*fl'io-\ nicety' sod tiievegetablesHkVorie The immediate' result was the formation -
lug, a great quantity of. dust will collect :
the new systemof, telephones 'and sig. Balm affords such quick relief and Holland and 'John. Justice with the 'ait'garden. ,Fer-" of theEast India company, which
Hals. costs but trifle? For sale all crime was.also brought out during the by nightfall. You. say, 'But the '
a by "., haps there is toujeh. 'of the barbaric was not only the greatest commercial
44 druggists. day! modern steamship, burning hundredsof and all kinds of Feed
[
corporation' the "world had ever seen,
in this ITis
dismay. true tint ia that
'that tons of coal-a accounts
is believed day
i It the easily ,
negro Jasper
it Ironmonger but.also theI Iy o&e that ever commanded
: thriving tty: of northern Italy tirey Stuffs.
a-daooa. Justice"'will be for,such True but
.. discharged, as thereis a deposit. ,. the records '
The word "Ironmonger" has'as curious .
; work well and the lie its Own armies and fleets and
London was a place of importanceeven little or no evidence connecting'him of sailing vessels show that the leg; giring: to
I 'an origin as,any other\word in the wielded tette than
less
linperiah -
those who-grete Lan lazfaess bat pawen
'case. ,
with the Most those who latter'collect than
under the Romans and was fam ofv more dust a steamer. -
p. English l nguage. It means_ literally have heard the testimony of the .it is_ truer !stl11'tatthey'eat much.. A London Spectator.
are On recent of
F
ed for its greatrcommerce as early as' a voyage a sailing
t. an eater of Iron and came to its present earlier PlutoWholesale Water
glance back at reveals
opinion that. the othsr 'three, Christmas vessel days the
which lasted
the first century of the Christian era, -a-Journey ninety- f A Plr tit CotUlerauA
tise.1n this way. There was once a law
Holland and 'the 'negro JohnJus- fact.that Bacwti, in the sixteenth century

t; J that forbade buying fish to sell again, From, the Romans it received municipal seven days-twenty-four barrels ot .' man with f qnjous fondness forskullcaps
tice. will be held to the circuit draws a-eQarison between
the
,and"the fish hawkers, who still carried Institutions which.have endured in court. dust were swept from the decks! ,The was the A'}be de St :Martin,
The trial will
probably consume :English and< tie Lombards, 1'keoing'}
on'their trade In spite of this law, were their main features to the present day. three days. captain was a'man of scientific tastes themto- not account of their'lOaghness" who in the seventeenth century, made and Retail

I facetiously termed fish eaters or fishmongers In Saxon times it was, in reality, a and made' careful observations s,. but t wolves of on for himself. ridiculous by his vagaries. He
small independent state. 'The could not solve the mystery. Some, no manner, they were always 'wore njne ot these articles,to
for Laxative
to evade the law, their, Original Cough Syrup ever cordial and but be-
i large purchases of fish were said to be Is Kennedy's Laxative Honey and'Tar doubt, comes from the wear and tear cause of tbjeir rapacity hospitable in eating, ,and keep off the cold l and, furthermore, nine New Orleans Grocery C ,

4 for their own consumption. Gradually .Avoiding a Shock. It expels all cold from the'system by on the sails and rigging, but that accounts the number sTud length of their repasts. pairs of stocL} 1p-, ,His} mode of passing -

the term monger was applied to other First- >oct You're treating Jenks acting as a cathartic on the 'bowels for only a small portion., ,To In fact could live for the night was more remarkable
a
family
1 e 4 trades: as cheesemonger, until at last for insomnia, aren't you? Second Doc:. Kennedy's Laxative H"9ney! and Tar is I add to the mystery, bits of cork,wood three days on the ample now supply which Bttfl. He caused to be constructed for Jas. McHugh
,
'it came to( mean any middle man, as tor-es. First Doctor-Hare you ren- a certain safe and harmless.. cure for and vegetable fiber are frequently, was then deemed for himself a bed of ricks, beneath which

4 tlistingnished from a manufacturer, and dere$ him.your.bill yet? Second Doc ,colds, croup and whooplirg"cough.. !I found in this'Sea dust. Where does it person. Utitn'}Milan necessary felt the influence one was a furnace, so arranged that he Phone '105. ProprietOr.PRES'T ,

*wJ BO-was: applied to'the dealer in hard- tor--No, of course not; ,I want the "- come from?"-Korea News. ,of.France the Milanese cooking was of could regulate .it to the degree of

1tt! nrare.-London Graphic. man.to be able-to sleep.-Denver Post. AN EMPEROR'S TASTE.It a primeval nature. Their banquets :warmth he.might require and his bed -

t: _ _ I| /iwas fitted with: only a'very small opening -
-- Wa tfc* Origin of Common 87 were prodigious In length and quality,
through which theabbe used to
ia In Austria.' but lacking in delicacy. '
creep when he retired tq rest at night. tta =-
An anecdote which was current of ,"With the passing of time the fame
It RHEUMATISMTROUBLESOME L Even, more ludicrous 'was the con- BUTTONS r fiM4
Ferdinand I. of Austria at one timegreatly lungachu of these good people increased. Themarkets trivance which the great French mathematician -

delighted his subjects and gave of Maan became world fa Fourier, designed and used!
rise to a common sayIng< One sum- mous.. The Verziere was a market for _
for the protection of his health. He incased
-
mer day he was hunting in-the Syrian produce of all kinds. There were to
it PAINS' AND ACHES himself la species of box, the
be found meat and in and
mountains and overtaken vegetables
was by a and
pains in chest bronchitis '
interior of which, by same mechanicalmeans
- While Rheumatism is usually worse inWinter, because of the, cold and violent thunderstorm. He sought ref- similar signs of a cold on tha out.of the season. Its fame spread throughout. was kept at the only tempera

t: datnpness a changing atmosphere, it is by no means a Winter disease ige in a farmhouse whose ,occupant plains of Lombardy, and all ture at which he felt he could live without
entirely. Persons in whose blood the, uric acid, which produces the disease "'ere Just then at dinner, and his fancy hugs, can be quickly relieved and .neighboring cities knew ot Its glory. inconvenience.., Wnlle enveloped in

has collected, feel its troublesome pains and aches all tie year round. The was caught by some smoking dump. cured by, ; There wag tt this time In Milan a certain this clumsy affair -he was necessarily
of Rheumatism is condition_ lings made of coarse flour. He tasted nobleman named Cane della Sea-
M' cause a sour, acid of the blood, brought about la confined to one spot, but, he provided
the accumulation in the of refuse natural them"liked them 'and asked tor-more. -a man presumably of a joking turn
'I 1 by system matter, which the avenues bind means for the freedorn'ot his head and-
of bodily waste,have failed to carry off. This refuse matter coming in 'and when he got to Vienna, to the hor- HAMLINS of -who was the'gueSt 'of JohnGaleaznfWgconti. hinds. Even the ills of asthma and

jnj contact with the different atids of th 'body, forms uric acid which is,absorbed :ror of the'royal cooks, he,ordered the Early one morninghe
by.the; blood and istributed'to all parts of the body, and :Rheumatisi!'gets :same dumplings be served:up dally ordered his servitors to buy up the L rheumatism one would have thought,
were preferable' to existence under such
'Ji possession of the system. Rheumatic persons are almost constant sufferers ; The courtiers were scandalized that WIZARD OIL choicest of everything in the market, I1mplelJo.4lareet-aafat_ 4
circumstances as this, but the 'French
I3k" the, nagging.pains inj joints and muscles, are eyer.present under the most such a coarse dish' should figure on hoping bad thereby to make his host cut a mathematician we must believe, was sm4flag HaaclloiC-Pen. No only Fwfect SUet
glut
tfayorablecliniatk conditions, while exposure' to dampness or'an attack of ,the menu, and even hls'physiclans remonstrated figure. Gstfeazzo( Visconti hearing -no i it ca.pBIo dogging
Indigestion will often bring on the severer symptoms even in warm, pleas- against the use of such of Lie guest's'! practical joke, sent wordto o( a different inion-London: Stand. .r 1Mk
ard.
ant weat er.- Liniments, plasters, lotions etc., relieve the pain and give the food. the tead-ortize Terziere marketxecommending Yoataply! pat the tittoa(u
i1ii .ufferertemporary comfort but are in no sense curative; because Rheumatism The emperor had.,always' been the No time should be lost, because him'to look well to Its rep. BACK. TO NATURE !ia its jutarcUfti tie." pea iIIIlAaJtjaQ.

tJ is not a disease that'can be rubbed away or most pliant of men, but be now showed hmg trouble nay easily develop utation. Natural Food fop,the Old Dame's Use. Y2ritMtM fastest
f:1: drawn out with a plaster S. S. S. is the best that he had a will of his own and into "The flatter obeyed orders welt "For 8 months Grape-Nuts was my trade the jap

t S S S treatment for Rheumatism : it goes down into persisted in gratifying his, new fancy. pneumonia or consumption. Three times the servants of the'Vero- almost sole food," writes a New York

; the blood and attacks the disease at its head, Finally the physicians pretended thatIt. Haxnlins Wizard Oil, applied to nese nobleman stripped the 'market City 'woman. .

,. S t and by neutralizing the acid and driving it out, was dangerous? t.o..hIs health_ to be I the chest, relieves the pain and in. place of Its choiceststock, when; lo, -I ha'd foeeome a complete wreck, Eaglei50Flash

dti PURELY VEGETABLE. building up the' thin; .sour blood, cures living on dumplings and Insisted on his fiammation the It was replenlshedafter every'issault.What so to speak* ha4 no appetite or relish .
'looSens up cough was more wonderful still that for of food,_lost flesh,, dread
any kind
Rheumatism made ;
t permanently. Being entirely 'giving them up.; The ,:hitherto docile 1 Ji'D.lf jz J4 kant.4J\ goIi
,!*.' of roots herbs and barks,..S. S. S. will not injure the system in the sovereign stamped, his foot and declared and soon cures the disease. same day'a" banquet more lavish than ed the simplest daily tasks 'and was lICit -.t"l! Sdest itztdnbber

f" least. Book on Rheumatism and any medical advice without charge. .' that he would'never sign another I "My little girl," writes Rich. I. 'usual was given by Visconti in honor dragging: out- a: moss, wretched exist iadJy a'" ii.aed.Eiii"Fk4i .
I 'of his guest, much to the amazement ence. No.IS
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO. ATLANTA C. official document if l ls'dIet
were : .$z.sc
W. Thornton, of O.uray Colo. "The Grape-Nuta food took hold 'of aoU
denied him. .... : ot"the latter. The host, with a great .f.&aJe. (lUp" $
,-- -.- "Emperor I am""he shouted, "and "suffered more or l less with a'cold laugh, begged him to partake of-what me"at once;Tene-wing alt the vigor of 'yIZ'I UfJ:
oWc
left'after bis my nature! and my work became. a .
triple
was MckIng'of the
dumplings I will bayer on the lungs since her birth, 'and pleasure tome Instead of a hardship.This ::!"

DON'T WASTE STAMPS To prevent a stoppage of the govern- finally! the trouble became serious. 'market.-cblcago News. was 4 ielfS? ; anjl! this happy oua'o&ii-c;>cfa. '

meat machinery'.opposition was withdrawn conidtion has remained. except when Aik iaeu't \ : Ifle.
tell
'
yoi.'tit; Sagi
Every letter or. package-you send out TuriUi- toomuca postage and, his majesty clung tena No remedies gave relief, until we at times I have left off Grape-Nuts; "FLAM": FotntiinB! i.'tcI

thereon means money wasted. Our letter and package scales 'ciously to his dumplings. Then the imperial tried Eamlins Wizard Oil, one hot.. TOP UATE FOR CLASSIFICATION. Whenever I -di4 ior Mature speedily Ma4'ae Hack: reUfl'Krtccdirect U
.. shows at glance how much is necessary to packages- back tothe u. pea a&fcactyuteed. pat.
a carry, phrase became proverbial, sand brought me health-giving .
tie ; '
< of which cured LOST. ,
: five different rat s. J1.50: ,thereafter when -ahy one Insisted on permanently diet-(back to Grape-Nuts and. the Joy Pencil Co. 4
Eagle
gratifying a silly whim,some one was her." Pri e 50c-and $1.00. iili.\.CKSILK: WATCH FOB with gold of renewed" alt1 .'* Name'giv Ji by Ma tha&eii

i Cae's :Bookst: a sure to say; Sold and rccoranended by locket engraved with monogram J. Postum Co., Battle Creek. Mich. 3'i/BlMdwaTHew York

"Emperor I am,'and dunplmgi I will WHITE'S PHARMACY, ,I G. 'O.. and one K. of C. pin. Return There's a reason.1'llea'd the lit-
\ ,.ho... 235. 2W South PMlfox Sfrmf f .mc.J." hater Pensacola.! Fla. 'to -i.'G. Oliver, at. Johnson &; Son. tle books, The Road to" WellvUle," in
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for New Customers Issued Call* and best selected stocks of Men's Shoes, Hosiery, Shirts, Underwear t. j

and P iace

Old Customers a"tAll' / on and :Neckwear Jbelfound; :, in the city ; .: .. i

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The campaign .
Customersa ': Democratic Ex . 1
Shoes. Clothing Underwear.
-- a meeting I fe
ed the
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the primary to We are exclusive agents for the, Soft finished Balbriggans at 50c. I
line of
STYLES are upon.us, and they Those present : "" .Schloss Bros. 1 gh"grade'ClotheS' .
SPRING soon be upon you if you realize and following well-known{ linesi Ralston'sHealth made to measure at Elegant Combed Egyptian Balbriggas, l

value of Archer, Clopton Shoe which we can show you I -t; Gossamer Weight Nainsoaks and t
a good "
appearance t recent committeemen meeting in many styles and, leathers. This: ': $15,00,517.50, Egyptian Crepes at $LOO per suit. .Ifs:.

Voltaire said "The secret of being tire: tive Committee I shoe has one special advantage'overall : ,' '. $21,00, '$27.00, Fine Lisle Thread Balbrigganin: i I

some is is telling everything" So we ments for the other shoes, which we will be' pure white and gossamer weight I

will not tell you everything about. our to One come of before the pleased to explain to you. and up, in the newest and nobbiest $2 per suit.Gossamer. i''f9

new suits; we simply invite you to 'sec I issuing of the The Crawford Shoe in many leathers -* fabrics, and the swellest styles f rspring weight WOOL Shirts 1

the bestThursday I mitted This.had to been the and all the new end popular lasts, rand summer.Bimetalic. and Drawers at $2 per suit. : jf&1

II assessments to a strictly highg .ade. shoe for S3.50 ..
i I
candidate who

April th.is received ranged and $4.James. Means, the' best $2,50 and' Shirts.Best Neckwear. i ie f:

tached to the : $3 Shoe made in America.
the call, which : fitting, best 'wearing, best -
; The Nobbiest the Newest the I
our column. j ,
Shirt made for One Dollar
Some minor looking. : *
by the ; Nattiest, from the narrowest stringto i

Spring Opening Day.Come was have transacted.a meeting Hosiery. Stratfor ,the big English Four/ n -Hand, 25i !t

tive committee 50, 75c and 100.
at the county Our Summer line, and of styles : I

see us/ campaign and prices to suit everybody no. the SOc Shirt We want every man in the city to
,
clerks and matter how' or reserved call and see us before purchasing-his I ,
: ed.. gay you may '
be. par excellence. supply for spring and summer.

To draw the ,
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skin cure piles.Witch boils and Get:Hazel,scalp sores the Watson, Parker & Rees E :


causes such

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., PANAMASCLEANED The The early Earl.. EDITOR ISAMIRICA. DEATH OF LITTLE meaaaeaaaaaaa- eaae--- .. --- ----t ---


i GOOD GMt* [ OF'rl rlt trologers add aaaaaam
dict the future
BY EXPERT, BLEACHED WORKMEN., 'REBANDEO viduals by TOURING BOY YESTERDAY Our store :will, be.open until 8 o'clock from nowuntil wft '

ing the position I 6 Easter. 0 0!
Leave Hats at Wagenheim's Cigar
time of their
Store 32 S. Palafox. BASEBALL t movements of & YESTERDAY SON OF MR. AND MRS JAS; T.; N N
ARRIVED IN PEN ACOLA OJ ,
-- : bodies were not ftJ
CUTGLASSANDDIAMONDS. trol destinies. AND'WILL SPEND TODAY GERElDS PASSED AWAY AFTER I )

New Stock--Only the ,Best. i thought to bring o ,; ._ SHORT ILLNESS. fiJ Announcing Our
W.A. GahYdnbeek 218 S. Palafox St. f[ or sunshine, :HERE, PLAYED
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.. I man born when NIGHT. ; I

i stellatlon of S ,Frank Wesley, the infant son of
TURTON &, ,BELL.
PHOTOGRAPHERS SINCE' 1870. gence naturally of the bent Spyros Nicolopulos, editor of the Mr. ,and Mrs. Jas. T.yesterday Gerelds;"at of their New I Spring footwear m
City passed away
Kodak Supplies.. Finishing for Amateurs.. when the enough.'K: Acropolis, published in Athens, .
Barrancas and Pensacola Play a sun home, after an illness, ,covering abouta
in the city yesterday
destined to : ece, arrived week. The' child had reached the NftJ
todat here: The
will ,spend
R. K. WHITE; Tie Game, the Score Being : while one : : editor is on a ,tour of America, age of'SiX ,months.- '
- Watchmaker, Manufacturing Jeweler;and Graduate i I opened when wl lg the country 'and inves igat- The little fellow, though sick during You're invited!
Optician.30 S. Palafox Street Pensacola. Fla. I Ito !I. In Aries would i the conditions! of the Greek people i the past week showed some im- Our New Spring Shoes, Oxfords Ties
a man known He has'already crossed the! provement Sunday morning, and was IU
opposing I from New York, visiting a'l i so much better that, he was allowedto i etc are-holding a Reception and they ft.J
ToldW. big cities between that place and sit up and play for a short time. earnestly solicit a call from YOU.They'll .
Tersely A good game of baseball. was wit- Trinidad's andhe is greatly tm-1 About 3 o'clock in the afternoon, however N
nessed Sunday afternocn by those The famous n' Francisco with ,the immensity of the a change for the, worse was apparent N be delighted to welcome you fJ
who went to Fort:Barrancas 1
and saw and this continued during the
American at time find it convenient to
looks like a ntry and the freedoiZof N any you
the contest between thp Soldiers anda N
F. Hughes, of Florala, Is ,in the, the largest pub- evening and night death relieving '
His paper"Is
from the rounded with
picked team Ow-
,city. I come.
tlty m
on a short business visit. him from suffering yesterday.The % N
ing to the fact that the was palms. A little 1i d in Greece.,
game bereaved mother
father and
:A.JT.. Moses, of, Jacksonville, is the first of the season and the boys and men stand of the entire The styles are very handsome andThey'll ru
com-
in the city on ,a short business have not had an opportunty to get asphalt firm Counterfeiting. the Genuine.Foley have the sympathy I
munity in their loss.
visit. 'Co. originated
& Chicago
into
playing shape, those who made some I
on funeral-' services will be
: The conducted
'
J. R. Uennings, of Calhoun county,, the trip did not expect to sge as sinking down an t ney and Tar as account a throat of' the and great lung:I this morning at 11 o'clock at Be Pleased To m
and on
good was -witnessed. The
vas! in the the a game as
city yesterday gu33t some on asphalt ( of Foley's Honey:: the family home, No. 1303 Thirteenth
of!f his brother,.T. A. Jennings. score at the end of the 'nlnth inning sand. The stuff and popularity offered"avenue, the interment: to occur In St.
stood 1 to, 1, and 'the: Pensacola I Tar many imItation are
S. G. French, Ur., of Laurel Hill team was compelled to"'leave In or- tween black ,the genuine These worthless i: John's cemetery. Receive Admiration fllftt
vas in the city yesterday ,shaking o'er' to catch the dummy. Is 110 acres In t j { have similar sounding I J SiU Your
hands with his many friends. Some fast and snappy plays were mendous. The Beware of them. The genu Patchouli. I

John F, Collins, for many years ex pulled off by both teams during! the i with water, I Foley's Honey and Tar is in a yel The plant from which the well known .. You'll find in ru
port checker on the L. & N. wharves, game, and one of the features was!': and then an old package. Ask for it and refuse:i! perfume patchouli is obtained is a native everything, that's new 0ru
haves to-night for El Paso, Texas, the f.throw of Caro from deep leftfield ', from the depths. substitute. It is the best remedy; of India and of China. It is also Footwear,. waiting to greet you.
*here he goes, for his hsalth. to the home- plate, cutting off a'', pickaxes, coughs and colds. W.,A. D'Alem' grown in Ceylon, Paraguay and the Don't disappoint the new Shoes forthey're
runner and preventing.Barrancas I the size rt druggist and 'apoth eary. ro rufU
lumps, I French island of Reunion. It first be-
Flagman "Buck" Connors of the from winning the game. Wedgick, expecting a call from you.
tciisville and Nashville is nursingID the Barrancas pitcher, struck out came generally known in Europe about ftJ
injured wrist, caused by falling fourteen of the locals :while l Switzer _"COF1 GOOD MUSIC. I! 1850. At that time India shawls commanded Come.
torn the steps of a car at Chipley pitched a strong and steady game. II I I immense prices, and dealers F
Saturday: night A .small bone was The score by innings was as follows -, 18 Often a Tonic and Always a. were accustomed ,to Identify the genuine 8
The Doctor 4
broken. Character Builder. ,
: articles by their'odor, as they'I
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Wm. hnings.'R HPenjsa. E. Some one music. is a powerful tonic to with patchouli. French
Johnson& Son, with their I were perfumed
usual enterprise, have just recelv-id I ..0( 0 0 0 1 "0 0 a 0-1 "6 5 anyone.note their exp people especially those suffering manufacturers acting upda this hint, j Ii BOSTON SHOE STORE
aid: put up three fine brass signs! in, iBarran. ..0 .0000O100.0-1() 2 2 A Phila- melancholia. It lifts them out of imported the patchouli plant for the
front of their big' store. These are I 'Batteries'''-Switter and Smith, "During the solemn moods,'dispels gloom and purpose of perfuming their Imitation I.

Strictly up-to-date and high priced Wedgick and Restan.: "_ came subject to kills discouraged feelings India shawls. Afterward perfumers THE HOME OF GOOD SHOES 0f
signs, and adds very materially to'tha ed 'coffee jags' I gives new hope, new life and new I took up the cultivation"of the plant on
appearance of the store. MANY EXCURSION CAME HERE FROM ON DeFUNIAK heard men say t ,It seems to put 'agreat.maxiyI : : their own account. aaaaaaaeaaeaRJ f
I into tune. It gives them aaeaeaaaeaaa
G. J. Morgan has returned from Atlanta _to drank too ople proper I
and I felt I keynote of. truth and beauty. ,
,, where he went with his little The excursion ,from DePaniak.. me, -
t.or who received medical treatment 1 which arrived ia the city yesterday nothing but I I the chords of harmony,dispels KILL THE DANDRUFF GERM. -
there for a stiff arm. About a. year i morning was largely: patropized, veins. i from the life scatters clouds I : Fine lot of Diamonds at exceedingly)
ago the arm Has broken andIn heal- every coach of: the special. train "Coffee I brings sunshine. Or Your Hair Will Fall Out Till You Diamonds! low prices for a few days only. Ask
ing up it.. became stioV Since *.being well filled with 'people, residing time, but"for a : good music is a character build- Become Bald. to see them. .
giving treatment> 'In Atlanta;' tlte"tie along the line of the P & A. known that it : because its constant suggestion of Modern' science has discoverdthat J. F. DAVIS 213 S. Palafox St.
fellow's arm is somewhat. im- rrhe Florida Chautauqua closed harm, but like order and beauty puts the' dandruff is .caused by a germ
roY?d. Saturday, and as usual, the Louisville thought I could ; into a normal attitude. Music that digs up the scalp! in scales, as

1Iarston '& Quina are :preparing: ,to and Nashville conducted acheap it It made me : ars the cobwebs out of many minds,' 1 it burrows down- to the roots of the N.N/NNNtr/N,4...........NN.NN...N.N....4$:
excursion to Pensacola fqr thebenefit my sleep:! and: hair,, where it destroys, the half: ,
; better
spread.out" in their furniture busi"fss ;that they:can think : act bet ,
who:, desired, to"visit very distressing I causing falling hair, and .
of those Some'writers vitality.
and they will in a few days begin and live better. are
the erection of a big' furniture I this city. Most of the visitors returned "When I got upon music, for their inspi; ultimately,'baldness.] After Prof. Un- ; i There Are Many Women Who Get j

wmana rehouse 45x110 feet at 317''' East home yesterday,,afternoon., a drinking'coffee jag'it for and their moods.. Somehow It':I na, the of Hamburg dandruff,germ Germany, all,efforts discovered to

/ some street.alterations They at re'also'their Pala mak-I ,No pills is as pleasant ,and positivea stomach the.muse to them. It adds bril !find a remedy failed until the great.
fS** street store, which will add ma DeWitt's Little Early Risers. These, I was always to the" brain and facility to the ; laboratory discovery was made More Personal Enjoyment I
Anally to the convenience of that Famous Little ,Pills are'so mild and nervous till I which they cannot seem to get in which resulted in Newbro's Herplcide. .
wee. effective that children, delicate ladies I use of the drug.'about t other way. ; It" alone of all other hair : ,
weak people enjoy their cleansing a I music seems to give us a touch 1 preparations kills; the dandruff germ. :
and: decorate and comforts .
The out of the things that beautify add .
\ cold weather of the past week effect, while strong people say they i suaded to try : the: divine and to put us in contact 'Without dandruff, hair grows luxu- i ,
mously lass Interfered with spring bus are the test liver pill sold.' 'Never in restaurants divinity It drives out evil I riantly. "Destroy the cause. you rev, to the home than they do out of the things for mere :
and the results will be'that spring the effect. For 'sale by W. A.!
*- ; sloppy mess move
ashamed of them. o
gripe.
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and making us I personal enjoyment. Handsome furniture In the tome
Easter
and ,
purchases will be' made H I ways weak and and D'Alemberte, druggist apothecary i' '
this week and next week-particulary i it. Finally I us above petty and annoyances I J21 South PaTafor street or is a source.of unending pleasure nl comfort. By our ,t
the latter The Journal's big Easter -' pick a bargain\ in something thai 1 at home, worries of life gives us a send lOc in stamps' for sample to the .
up ; .
which the'actual' Later Plan ,have fine furniture
can
Edition x>f theideal Mich.ioiICE Buy now. Pay anyone
or will be: Co:, Detroit
next Herpicide
just Sunday would elsewhere,0081 you double. i fully, and i :
the thing to advertise what you severed In its constantly. obscuring.Success.I and pay. for it while usin'g it.
of .
have for Damon Lodge No. 13, Knights -
that a big'saleJt ad..wlU bring stan s big, to sales.reason I: Pythias- will meet to-night 'when be i iI better fee entirely each day, t i A Convalescent'. Bedtime. : Sideboards Polished Oak, Plate Mirror, $15.00 to.... .. .. ..$65.00 :.
; to
I two prominent cJUzms are should never and well finished, $20 to $125
great ,joy that convalescent patient Bedroom Suits, finest Oak, substantial
Tie want page is in reality the pulse initiatea In the' 'third Tank. The : i
of city, feflectng: each day in a exist important business to come before disappeared and permitted to sit up late at nIght. the institute Odd Dressers from $9.00 to $25.00; Chairs 75 cents to. ., .. ..$5.00 .
< Sanatorium only
most it well for The Woolley
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Interesting manner its lights and the meeting Is a contem'Platedlchange had come to an the evening meal
shadows. "I have from the in the United States where the i 1 1i
So; If you would have your. in the tiY7Iawarid It Is expected visitors to be excluded
habitscan
,fncer upon the public pulse and keep that all members will, be present -! ly from utter and the patient's mind should be Opium, Cocaine without and 'Whiskey exposure, and .
with the humanity surging as the purchasing; of & lot is ,also other ailments pt'as.tree from excitement as possi-- be much cured : for the patient. Only i
about with ease
haul you you must S1 the want page to be considered-! Quite; 'a large summer" using The hour for retiring should, be 30 so time required., Describeyour' li'- MARSTON & QUA
L Try a while Milton expected to' fine. Name days ,
how'much for
i hterestingreadln and see delegation from ? ty. I' Battle Creek. } and :such means employed case 'and 'I will write you an j.
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g you can extract. be (present. be directed by the I accomplishfor '
lg sleep as may to what can
And opinion as ;
"*. besides" : ll pays to read the There's a A glass of hot.milk at bed you. Ask your family physician 2 : 108/110 S.Palafox St Phone 148. Pensacola, Fla. .
ants, Restaurant
for : and Ifemon. .
y9U re Ua.'ble'any timetaw Blue Ribbon Vanilla r
device for }t. :Woolley. 104
learn rout!Soraething financial that advantage'may be liable greatly to I,as Absolutely other kInds.pure.,:/: 0_..oei'r twice- s'far let Postum it boil Coffee long i is sleep often, a good pro-' to N. investigate.Pryor Street.: Dr.Atlanta B. Ga. :NN...N.N.N.!N1.tNiHN..NHN....NNO..hit.a _

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; ;% PAGI POUR. THE) _PENSACOLA JOURNAL, TUESDAY MORNING.APRfl. 3, 1906 '--.' :-

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q. j i-ti. "anu Hh7l enougbv Tire f "at "aST: SlyT onTy.-well, T 1ld1y
If "That list
itt t Vt ntohtoo 1 1t11' <+ +:+:+:+<+. :++:...:+)+(+:+: .. :anybody" .' "'t u hear, Stanford? Aid did you know how to explain all this to you Misa Extra Line

rf or did you not stay out last night until Winthrop. Tour see Fve been extravagant -
And she net:eo& Very grateful. ,
did
I DELAY IN CONSTRUCTING "' I; 4 of the raoraingT and all that yet-;nd, upon' my eoul
: was Mrs. Sedden for the kind presence, I'don't know what Irs got to do wIth

-BYTHlJOURNAL-COMPA ,that kept the children.quiet and man- "I stayed out""And what rye Just said-yet, as I_say, _I Pure
Cane
Ym
I 'THE PANAMA CANAL I aged the house and brought, her fresh climbed In by the window, for couldn't explain to those men..and I never
Grange tells me be saw yon," concluded shall to any one,, about ray absence last
... ,tea at m1ddai't8ch was, itf truth, feeN I 'and-and"-
"m j -i FRANK L.'MAYES, .' :. .) big ,very ill and' most unhappy. All Sedden triumphantly. "And, now pight Miss Winthrop Interrupted him. She Table

!.: presldentandGener.IManager. I Irt ; TffexKT OrleAXLa: :Pioa-yu.ne., t.t through the lonely day she thoughtover ;:what were you doing out all that"time? I I was never afterward able to, say whether Syrup
Speak up. We'll all listen to you. J i s.t that moment she. had been laughing or
;.; :+:+:+:...:+:+:...+:+:+:+:...:+:+:+:+WM :+: her future. She worried oyer. the "What the dickens were you up to, crying. ,
I :result of the .. .kSKFORCrown
race."Ob "I tokLyou that J've just'beea taadns
Member The Associated Press Brinton T one of the men asked. .
f ,if he should be beaten, Connlershe '
.- 1 :When the Nicaragua Canal route i cause reports have, been: industriously said again and again. "1f Wing- "Oh, just answer for form's sake
tm' ; that lock canal will Brinton" said Stanford: in a friendlytone. Brand
was being discussed by the people of propagated a foot ,
m.: TUESDAY :HORNIKG, .\ 3,,1906.V2 shouldn't win! '
; ;: : be vastly cheaper. ,, that ships can te I
the
'F'I United States the principal objection "Nonsense, Mary, the girl cb ered. '
I lifted over the mountain faster than "Qo on, Brinton: cried Stanford. .
ru to it was that It'.:would haveU ."He won't be beaten." Manufactured b-:-
cut '
Graving.DoCk Needed' i they can steam through an open "Tell us what you were doing! .This .
> be a lock .canal I" since It would banfcessary and that the lock canal can be constructed But Wingfoot was beaten. ?'
is
J awful Can't see
t man! you
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to raise ship's up to the In greatly shorter: time that It was Mrs. Sedden whofirst heard Florida
Pensacola .
at Yard because he Syrup
Navy "He can't tell was Mills.
you
$ level of Late Nicaragua, which is.a 'could be an open cutting. and that if I the Be ws. She, wa sitting by the whs- said Sedden

;'4t: LUtough the proposition to conIT natural booy of water about 100 -ieec at any time It should be dssirei: to doctoring Wingfoot, pas-

about the sea ,aDd without anyfurther have a sea-level, route, it would bea sionately. For sale by all leading gr <" -:
j' struct a graving dock at the Pen a- expense than that of raising mere bagatelle- transform tne Brinton looked up, arose: walked- toward bottles.and half "

'H cola Navy yard of sufficient car aity ships uo to it, and afterwards letting lock system into any shape that the door and smiled. quart
them down to sea level again;mIght be desired. "You err," he said. "could: tell. butt
l .' to accommodate the largest of would furnish a rea 'y-made waterI I!j Upon the basis of such confident am not going to." ... 0'A -=::

4iI- Uncle Sam's naval vessels has been way for at least one-half the "dis-J i J statements, which are four-ded large- _. 'S. Co-t"trell
tancfe ,over the crossing. |jly on, hypothesis or guesswork, it is ; FINE '
: I} down than occasion Miss Winthrop broke in on Mrs. Sed PHOTOGRAPHS
turned on more one Now, after such an outcry against not strange that the president and .

.: by the congressional committee the raising and lowering of ships the House o( J Representatives are ar den. Pensacola Fla.

I over the Isthmus,, there is' a wild 'demand -I carried away with, a preference fora 'b ,"Mary!" she cried. "Oh, Mary! Such =

4 having charge of such matters, the for a lock canal over the Panama lock canal, while it is:' sad the *: shameful. news! Wingfoot did not run VS ,. ; F A'ti' ; ; WORTH OWNING

tJ fact remains that such a dock is an route when it is not only per-p senate favors an open sea-level ed : fair! He was poisoned last night between t I 'fJ''5.tO iI 2e..V I'll I. I I l W Pianos that are musH:
absolute necessity to the government fecily practicable for a sea-level L j ting. Such radical differences in all : 12 jyjd 4! And who do you think L :frX the only instruments *, fare
channel, but that very practicabilitywas (probability will result in. preventing / did his bets and in :l-
k1 i/:/ It-hedged crept by ling. If you want a piano :-
4i( especially In view of the lact that the chief cause why the* .Nicaragua -!' any early decision as, to taa type of 1' night and poisoned that beautiful ere "-' bines v< route was abandoned ana1 the the' canal, and of course in postponing ,1
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.with the construction of the Panama 're for the sake of some miserable together with incomparaDi. I
Panama '
crossing adopted. decisive :work -
j any
canal, a port must be ,available with From the Tery"first'there was such In the meantime ,some of the #oney? Oh, Mary""Wingroot .-, ; appearance, you will make : ': ",
;' : poisoned Poisoned? 'Who tion of the pianos we sell-K .
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a powerful opposition to American ablest engineers both sides of the a
ample facilnes to .ma1 all necessary any I. ,
Bach, Packard, Lester Caster ,'
did it? ';',
1Sthnlianeanal that no route: Atlantic recognize in the propose i'
'h repairs to the vessels of the United would-ever-have'h-ench:! S n-ii t for lock canal some- -'problems"of extreme '' "The man you said was not so bad! : and others. You can ; .' Ii

44.r! States Navy.Pensacola. the irrepressible energy and determination ::difficulty, for the solution of. which :, The man you wanted me to marryGorton -' you 1'ke.

is the nearest deepwater of President Roosevelt that;; there are no reliable data. In orderto :' i Brinton!" CLUTTER MUSIC HOUSE,

there should be such a canaL | have a lock canal it ,is necessaryto ""Who says sor Pensacoiai F1'
port to the Isthmus of !Panama It'was believed by those opposing: have at the summit of the route "He confessed! himself. He couldn't deny "I nitim'WHAT THEY WEBB 6ATIO." -

the canal that It would be mow diffi i San artificial .lak1 to supply water for it. He was out all night! doing It. -
} it is the only port saicC
L and Jipon to Mrs. SeduinV she "carefully"enuff-
cult to build such a canal at Panama -f the six. locks, three on each side ,of Grange whiI 1 climb In by the window I dating each'syllable. eizuth Your floea
,the gulf coast that can ,accommodatea ? : than .in Nicaragua and realizing raise and ( early In the morning. Poor Wingfootl .,,,
; the ridge, necessaryto i "I think I ought to .apologize to you"- : II!: ..
fleet of war vessels, The harbor that the president was arousing the( lower ships. That strong,. beautiful,. creature' Mary, she began hurriedly.A :

the largest south of Hampton Roads, entire coUntry '1U' favor of the enterprise In order to ,create the required S poisoned!" j .radiant'. ,change. came. -, over Brinton-- as I:1\e
i'j it, was agreed that the Panama I summit lake where there is now "Did,he say he .had done it r* lira Soda isen ne looiea,into the girls eyes. lie lapsedback' ,
and there is ample depth of waterto should cn o, biding her lace. into the. drawl as he Interrupted:
!W route be chosen, under the nothing of the sort, it is ,necessary I I "You urr rltOJ1tontht
accommodate vessel confident expectation that the <,vadlyctmatd to build a dam which will impound, *'wE ABE! ABOt"l' 'TO EfSPECT THE BACEfa "?fo; ha had: 't ,the 'honesty. ,But liewouldn't I contrite are that so: charming when me to you are
anywar I you-er-tempt forget
and the engineering! problems -; at Height of from 80 to 100 feet 1 STCD. .! say what he had been' doing, 'I j that I-as you 'once said-Insult you bylooking
1 which .
-L; afloat,, and to spare. Not only that, could be relied upon to delay above sea level, the waters of the dow watchiBg fir the return of the Every ont was will tantamount cut.him.cow.to confessing rm glad-! at you." Ha held up his hand at

but the efficiency of the navy yard is and postpone the construction for'long a Chagres rijrer, a stream which is sub-four-in-hand. beast that he isf sight-ef her-clouding eyes "I was JestIng :i n r"Suctorial

period, If not forever, 'and so''jt-ct to numerous tremendous floods "Look, look! was all that Mrs. S 4- :Miss Winthrop In_her indignation waspacing 1 /* he added. "Had you not better I f Yetfectiai

impaired by reason of the fact that the .Panama Isthmus was made thescene by reason of the tropical rains; den could sayS the room., 'llrs. Bedden*put out I ther withdraw* s before I carry my insults far "THE MOST BEAUTIFLX

>. it is now impossible to dock any of action, the president being;I which prevail m the -Canal Belt. The The brake was'Ufslght, Seddfn"driv her hand to stop her. 'i i I 1 Miss ;Winthrop knew what he meant.' IN THE WORLD"MAGAZINE!
raw doubtless wholly ignorant of the 103-- difficulty of securing a sufficient "Connie, don't! Between 12 and 4 Mr. '
i lug It. His face told them the truth I She leaned over: the banisters to, him ube Ask
't vessels there, excepting the smaller tile influences that were forcing him I foundation and'solidity is; regarded Brinton was with me. I stretched out his your newsdealer for this .uperJ"
and in a minute they bean his roice' Miss Winthrop stood, one speechless arms magazine. If he does
} 1 cruisers and gunboats. to such a*,destination.The I as extreme, whereas in the event of "Carton: !"_she-said.: not iumik '

There can be no question but that secret but potential influences. a sea-level canal the Chagres river confirming the news. question.'James ;ame _in at 12," Mrs. Sedden send us his name and address with yt,ir

a misapprehension has heretofore existed that have been opposing the president I would be carisd to the sea by some "I tell you the horse had been got I eald. 119 was drank oh, quite drunk. AQUATIC PLANTS name and address and roc. for saiup! :e

in the minds of congressmen appear to have, been entirely other route than the one it now at!" be was shouting. "Wingfoot fall,? I I I was asleep, and he woke me. He accused this copy. Regular price 25C. Mention:

many successful in delaying and prevent lows and all danger from its Ol-I ?\o,sr!! me or-of ,felkinff too much with How They Slay Be Successfully Cultlvatrd paper.
T$ relative to the importance of ing the work. Twice the entire business i would be obviated. "Ob, Connie, Connie!! Mrs. Sedden. )'ouagStanford... of-of flirting of-of Idon't I la Tabs. Burr Publishing: Company

the port of. Pensacola as' a naval and engineering administration In the matter of the locks, which 'crie he know what. He struck, me Then The cultivation of aquatic plants in 4 West 2M Street !sew hrk City
turned out of and chased
me my room I
;T : 'base, lint this has in a great; i.has been changed, .and yet practically -:, would be vast chambers .of masonry,I :mss Winthrop gathered her into her me down the steps ,and out of the'house, t i tubs makes it possible for any one to

measure been dissipated by the re nothing has beSh done in tne way each 1,000 feet long and proportion- Etro&g young arms. just as I was.' Mr. Brinton had been try his skill with them. Of course he
of construction, and worse than that ately wide, standing like enormous smoking in the veranda. He.caught up1 1 I ,
cent visit of members of the Rivers; "I'll have to go down and superintend i need' not expect to be able to grow the Political Announcements.RATES.
no plan or specifications for the steps one above and beyond the I with me as I ran and saw that I got safe-.j I .
4 and Harbors Committee of the Unit canal itself and EG' method of I other, each of the, three required on the supper for you Now, you I I lyio3frs.Ma.rtinatthe'iodge. I was ill ; rarer sorts of nymphaea, but he can .

jft Cd' States House of Representatives cedure for carrying on the nI'O-I,, each sitfa of the_ ridge would have to" stay right here. Til lock you in safe,,so i i all night, and he fetched things from the j succeed with many beautiful varieties .

m.t: who, without exception, were great. have been agreed on. Up to this contain water 'sufficient float fie! that you shall not be disturbed. I'll go hare village died drug had store.it not:Mrs.been Martin for Mrs.should Martin of water lily and other plants of that The rates for poIitica ..:':. ,:;' .
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1)r) ly impressed with the' magnificence moment no" human being is able, to;largest ships certainly to- a; depth in down I'm not'afraid. I hope Mr..Brin dear old Mrs. Martin of:whom have class. A half barrel is not very: attractive ments, not exceeding 8 line- ,1

of say whether the constructions' each of not less than thirty-five reeL ton. will be sober." made such fun.' And then when'1 was in Itself, but its lack of beauty till the primary; of May 15 a.' : > .

L the harbor and its wonderful possibilities be so carried on as that ships will I Three suck locks ,would: raise a shipto Gorton Brinton was sober, but his better,'he came back and climbed Into the be concealed 'by the plants, or it lows:

;M both from a commercial and have to climb over the mountain,, or: a height of, 105 feet, sufficient to host was not .'lllss Wfnthrop witnessed house by a window and opened the door may be sunk its in the I The Daily Journal .._. .. .. .$ "'I
depth
be able steam to me so that no one should know He ; may
to through on an ever float it the ridge -while three
;fq.) a ,naval standpoint keel from 'ocean to ocean. over -, the arrivaljof the four-in-hand from promised he would not telL So did Mrs.Martin. When Jt contains a 'fine earth.j The Weekly JournaL.... .,. ". i
others like them would lowe.he
the stairs through the hall door If'James
W ( The Czar of Russia has purchased It Is a remarkable fast that the essels to the seaon..t1l other side .and retired. open kill me." heard. I think he would some aquatic 'plant we will forget all These rates are strictly cash in "

: two administrative and executive These locks-' -whose- foundationswould : S about its lack of grace. When preparing vance and no announcement wijj! '
+ an automobile. What he really needs II She did not return to :Mrs. Sedden, When after a long silence Mrs. Sedden
commissions that have successively have to go dow to bedrock looked up., 'Miss Winth.-op wag gone. for these plants put in rich black inserted or run under any other r ,
1i Iz an air ship if he wants to dodge because she ,thought that if his wife
had charge of the enterprise have
would constitute the vastest massesof For a moment she stood In the passage mud from the bed of streams or muck ditions.
;i' those revolutionists. not been abe to secure any agree masonry every constructed, with discovered that Sedden was being left outside ,the door, her heart throbbing. from swamps to the ,depth of a foot;
ment point of importance to the mercy of the servants she would Presently she stole
upon any the exception of the Egyptian 'Pyra down the stairs pausing
then plant roots ia it and fill with Justice of 2nd
your Peace District
and the only harmony reached by mids. In all probability- the stone want to' go down, headache and all, halfway to peep into the halL The

Daily Advertising any of the several organizations: cn- for their construction ,wfuld have to and wait upon him. Mrs. Sedden would dining outside room door was ehut Brinton stood water.. Add enough water from time I' hereby announce m... CM, :, ; .
preparing to' go. His traveling to time to make for that which ia
Is Better. cerned with,the investigation of condition be quarried and cut in Massachusetts not have done anything of tiie kind, bags stood beside him. Miss \VTntnrop up for the office of Justice of ta, :.
'41 lost by evaporation and give the tub a
which to formulate
? upon a or Maine and transported to but 111ss''WlIlthrop was ignorant of thought there was a grim look abou his for the'Second District: of E-< ,' .1
The plan and method, was by the Board I the fsthmus. That of itself would-be that face. sunny place in the yard or garden. If
"Cumulative Force" of good[ and'sat'down on the top stair to County, subject to the IX.n,'" ., ''.
i** of Consulting Engineers com0ae4 L 'a colossal work, requiring the' utmost "ilr. Brinton!" she called. you want to grow more plants than one '
J:4J: advertising Is the same 'as the '"*Cumnlatiive watch. She could not bring,herself to Primary to be held May iVn 1"i
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of some of the most eminent American 'I care and accuracy arrangement: enter the presence of her drunken liost lIe looked up and SAW her leaning,over tub will accommodate, it is a good C. L. SHiVt! :
torce"of food. the '
good
and balustrade and the blood
foreign scien rushed into
engineering construction while take't ftv'e.
anrf cut six
I an open Miss plan to ur, or as manyas
:b'it Here and there a merchant b t' tists. That Boartf made two most t would only be' a' matter of digging Winthrop. sat *,clasping.: her his face, Deliberately putting down his '
I knees. She coat and the hat which he you may decide on, and have them
tt:4: 1ieve a little too much in the force important recommendations. for tlnir] ''and removal "of material, :which, .heard__talkand., laughter; he cAme and stood was brushing, For Tax' Collector.
beneath sunk
then a trilled her. in the ground close together,> so
: only function was advisory. These : song -out ,in the, tenor
while immense in volume : "
of would involve "I heard what the ,
advertisin -that is, in the wrong voice they were saying in that the general effect will be some-
of
were that all considerations of- real I Houghton'Stanford, an I :'
no special care or dl1l.cultj. ingenuous dining room, she remarked. hereby announce myself a cia
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k* way. He is convinced' of the cumulative utility and true economy required a However all. this''may beit youth who lost his money with excellent He hesitated. thing like that which a large tank date for re-election to the ofic', .'i{

force" of good advertising; and I sea-level canal, "and that the work seems obvious that discussion will grace.. Suddenly the Bong was "J-I dare say you are glad at this con would giye; A better' plan, though a Tax Collector for Escarnbia ""M't.

k he thinks that two or three good ads should be done by contract.It accomplish nothing but delay. If broken In upon by the voice of Sodden firmation" of your-er-good opinion of more expensive one' to carry out is at the primary to be held on MJ> l>,

rci a week will generate enough of this is not strange "that the general there i is ever to be any canal, all loud, harsh, menacing. me"Where, were you last night?" she asked to have a tank constructed of heavy 1906. I solicit your rot .

rrfl "cumulative force" to run business outcry is against a sea-level cutting who are responsible for it "will 'have She got up and stole down the stairs. slowly. i' planks. These should be securely bolt- Respectfully,

iI fpr the other days of the week on and against .tht contract system, beIt' tc stop talking and get to work. Risky though it was, she felt that she -"That was"precisely what Sedden want5d 'I ed at the ends and the joints made J. S. ROBER' -::

: must hear. She turned the handle of to know. tight by white{ lead in the grooves.
which he does not, advertise at all- the "1 premise you I will never tell any I At the solicitation of fr.eno.-; .>.
dining room door softly. She ,.
t--I,1 but on which he still hopes; to do a ?: a &&- %%%%**& &&g& %& $** the one. by announce myself a canrii'1
caught end of Sedden's speech. "Oh, a.lady's promise"! VARIETIES OF CRAMPS. '
the 1
office of Tax Collector
good business. "And so I the horse "Mine" :Miss Winthrop replied betrayed M.
-41 The rule will apply to eating with i.Th.e Journal's Daily Short Story | ed! Poisoned say! He would was have poison.won into asperity, "ig sacred! Butbutwon't Cnrlon .Affliction of Hen In Yarloaa the action of the Democratic :' ': r
you tell met It might make a-a May 15. 1906.NEILS .
f just the same force' asto, advert- right enough but for that. ,Grange the difference.", Walks of Life. McKEXZIB OER -"r

iti Jag. trainer, and Jack Billings, the Jockey, He 'continued to smile, but she noticed One of the curious consequences of

,$ No one doubts the "cumulative 1 i .JZVCONSTANTCONSJA-NCE' 1 say It. I say It! And who did it?"' a"still more grim look about his jaws. the modern division of labor is the
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"Nonsense man! You're regret, he said with what seemed Cl'aInp'that attacks those who constant. For Court/ Treasurer. _
JF1 fore** generated by good.. food in 3* dreaming! to her calm insolence, "that even that
Come and sit down," said Stanford, supreme inducement ly use their! hands in one particular
1'iiL am,! 'quantities.'rJ ByWINGROVE.BATHON. | cannot unseal my I will be a candidate in *a ':' "
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ft pulling the orator's coat tail. Sedden Ups 03 that point. manner. ,
But cratic primary of May 15 for ':-' I.
no one Imagines that because Copyright 1905, by Wingrove Bathon. U recovered his equilibrium by a miracle It was Miss Winthrop's turn to hesi Writing cramp was the first to appear '. '
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of tate"I've. nation to the office of counT; '
k} this "cumulative force" he .
may and hammered until! the in-
on the table. : being quite unknown
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** fflK-'H-7 *Sg** mii Just been talking to Mrs.: SM- er. The support of all democ: "
1 do without eating on one, or two or "Who did it, I say? I'll tell you. dens e said desperately. troduction of steel pens. It affects men be appreciated.

4 three days a week. "' Who was the man that bet on the horse She looked at him with eyes so shy and far oftener than the fair sex, and, singularly J. ED WILL-'

Of course he COULD do it-ana* H you can't ,do what you like ery- penny. Tm rt1hl 1fwliat and hedged afterward?' He launched tenderthat an answering spark came into : those who suffer are not literary -

bye, and "jolly" himself into the be when yooJre married, Con I I we shall do if Wlngfoot doesn't win the question as if it were a physical his ward and her."Listen.he made a quick movement to- men, but copyists. It is almost incurable :I i: hereby announce m-st'f: '! '...

ti : lief that he was thriving very well stance! You'll find that out the Club stakes. Jimmy says-he's safe blow. Miss Winthrop," he said eager- and even when the left band date for the office, of Coun: "
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't-f 4. on 'cumulative nourishment. some,day." to, but if anything were to.happen him! "Who was ft," he went on, "at the lyTngfoot has not been poisoned. I is used the cramp very soon crosses urer, subject to tie action: oi :'
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ti "Then I *shall wish it were alt orerp' stable at 12 last night with all of us saw him run today. Xo one can fool ma over to It.t1usicjans. ocratic Primary.
: married.
But yesterday's good dinner docs never get much, about horses. He has a cold. It ,
WR1Gi:
THOS. F.
Sedden came into the room with and who never came in until 4 this has ) of every kind are attacked.
4wt. ; pott do away with the desirability of "Ob-I; think girl ought to marry! been coming on for several days. I .
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; Brinton and interrupted.I morning-climbing in by the window; saw It and warned them. They didn't Among pianists it is chiefly ladies ambitious -
But I do
as good a meal to-day-or a better think, added Mrs. Sedden I "We are about
i : one, And yesterday's good advertisement that mothers'ought to tell girls a little 1 I I stud" he said l loudly.'"Will:either of out?"' to warn Sedden, but yesterday he angered are the victims. Violent pain weakness

c.J may well be followed by a more what men are like. It's There ma by' saying something aoo about the'arm I will .be a candidate for *,. ," "
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; ; very you come along or both? was a pause, during which the some one,I know. I made up mind to and fatigue of make playIng -

t. better one to-day-and a still better difficult for a girl at first A man's Sedden owned a racing*,stud-, but it men looked at one another and won have done with him. He is-lre fiy is really I an impossibility. Violinists are affected -, tion to the office of Count: T'\, \' : :

one tomorrow.kFM standard is so different from what she's was 'characteristic of 'the-man that he dered who was to be denounced and rather common don't you think,' in some both In the fingers of the left sor, in the Democratic Pf n ." : :1"

accustomed to." should always talk loudly, always talk whether Sedden's ill luck or the whisky -. ways wouldn't? And I told the other men but they hand and the hand that holds the bow.', 15. respectfully aSK UT.W. .- 1'"
listen, and then I'm not very W R!,::i \ ;;
The following from the esteemed "Well, I'm not poor, and Im also money and the cost of things and always he had dnufk had turned his brain 'f popular you know. They-they think be- Clarinet players get cramps of the '

1 Apalachicola TIme?- Indicates that good looking, or so I have been told give the highest sounding name '"Would you like to know the man cause 1 so often-win, I sapposa that-that tongue, and flute players. get cramp in -
BO
I Pensacolians are not the only sufferers I've had he could to any of ,his..POs SslollS. who did it?" he sneered. I try to keep myself on the outside, but the larjmx. ", For Representative.I .
a good it isn't
many offers but Inever that 1
really do.
UF1 from miserable postal facilities: Constance would go anywhere at any -Oh, do shut up," began Stanford; bets you know and I do.They I'm never hedge 'j Telegraphers suffer very often, and .- .
met the ex
$1 The Pensacola Journal reaches this I 'man yet"for'whom I'd time with any one'to Inspect a stable. but his voice was drowned. The travagant sometimes, and sometimes very I they call, it loss: of, the grip." Tailors'. am a candidate for n.\ :i'd': '::: .

office occasionally. Will the :Journal sell my liberty: She condescended to. be almost gra dramatic forefinger was pointed at have ,to. I hedged on Wingfoot you get cramps in legs as well as hands; House of Representatiu\ = '!. >

sbeke the post office department end MIss Constance Winthrop paused be cious. Gorton: Brinton. I know.: had I staked felt sure. I felt almost sure. I- Smiths and carpenters get what is cratie cambia County, subject I tf)| "' t

4? i oblige yours truly? fore the mirror, with her back to Mrs. "Going to visit the horses?' she said. "There he sits!! and scrape on every the horse.penny I-I I could wanted rake,to called'liammer cramp," resulting from the support Primary.of the voter earm'> '. 101''

The trouble in this instance is Sedden, and smoothed' coil of her ,i "All right" She followed;leaving Mrs. Brinton calmly examined his finger do something that would cost-on, such a the enormous number blows struck.' ty, JERRY J. SUU.: ,G. JH

L4 probably between this city and Api-: glossy tairv Sedden behind. _. nails. lot of:money!! I,mean I wanted to.get together It Is estimated that a forger of knives

&h lachicola, as there is hardly a Ques- "You know," she went on, "Mr. Erintoa *. .' ... "This is all rot Sodden!! cried Stan. "It ,was not about-about of capital you a girl.see. I rather and scissors strikes 2O"; blows every'

tion that the mail is properly d liv. ,asked me last fall, when he came The day before the races Sedden took ford. "We're all sold now that Wing- like her. And she has money and there'sa day. SHERIFF'S SALE.

to the east bound up to ,New' York for tbe horse show bU friends to dine thdnearby coun- foot didn't win, but it's crazy to'suppose story t about somehow that It's her Drivers get cramps in the hand, especially By virtue of an ext ..on i-s Jf :
red train here. the brottI''So! I don't see how I can try club, and Miss Winthrop;; profiting he's been poisoned." I money Tin after, not her Can't you see! in the case of those who break in out of the circuit cour' '>r Ec..'!, j
The attention of the So I hedged.Ind I '.
postal authorities was out. last
:you see D,
stay. Can 11' by their "Grange it" hard horses. Florida wr:- -ei:
-absence-sent tired Mrs. Sed- says night between 12 and 4 and I-I mouthed Cigarmakers County,
tt: is respectfully call' to the .matter "Does.lt"matter, so much? You can den early to Oed: .. '-' "Grange be dashed! He isn't a:vet" want to explain although I'm not ashamed didq't watchmakers photographers, auctioneers McMillan is plaintiff and NV* '. :

wift request that the trouble be keep out 'of'his way, and I don't see When they met at 'breakfast Mrs. "He's nearly as'good, though,"inter of what I was doing, and-and well, sawyers, UJHard players dentists, Heinberg U defendan', I aa" : :

1,4.r Investigated and rectified. bow 'ever.I shall, manage for all these Sedden 'was pltinry HL. "TTve rather a posed another man, who was reputed really wanted It you made-I mean It rather her'I: difficult.mean 1 But wanted I. turners, stanajiers, weavers, painters, upon and will sell a' jw-for : < ,'I':'

men without you. You did promise, headache, she..said... '"(.don't, think I to know something about horseflesh. ,the girl of whom I have spoken to money counters and ballet dance -aU to the of highest bidder : h" .'L-j s, .
front the county tin
you'd help,me," can go to the -races. Shall :you very "If he says it, it's likely to be true, and know that 1 am not the sort of chap at suffer from their own peculiar cramps Pensacoia cur fa <," .
.. Good Customer Gone.A "Poor old'Maryr: Miss Winthrop much mind the thing must, be into betweenus. heart she takes me for and I dare say I and that have the city of ,
patted being:abnev Connie: dear I gone often so severely they to ?tIt of May, A. D. 1! "';. :Uf -
boring day / _
you terribly,
am
negro got full of Pensacola whiskey her ,friend's hand affectionately. Mrs. Stanford meeting them there"- But we needn't drag in personal: some'one to speak to about but It,I'an3 wanted exchange their ,employment for some the legal hours of sale, the fOli} :

1" sold on the sly at Deerland got She resumed; "Well, I suppose if you "No; I don't mind."' She:added after > ties," he added, with a glance at Brin. see. I'm not really what you_ might you call other. I described real estate to wit: 'b t'..

'P4I tgly Monday and undertook to'run put op with him for weeks at a time a pause: "But 'CdoD.'t:; feel very ton,-who still continued to look bored., I forty (40) feet of lots nineteen '*

things and wound up by attemptingto -I can tolerate him for a few days. He'sa much like ,myself. :Ive a headache Sadden was less delicate in his'refer?, :-.---- -,----'- 1 I ty twenty-one and tw'nt -.t'O.tf '

-shoot W. J. Davis who was tryingto good "deal worse than you think too. encea. I 2' & 22) of block thim-ftve '
though Mary. You he has Mrs. SeMen "Aik him!" he cried. "Did the East King Tract of .h
persuade him to behave himself. say only shook her head. "Do gc yon ,or 77 When ,
been.a little wild.' I call him fast- Connie" she did you not hedge, Brinton your'zretvesareteakwhen you I of Pensacola, Escambia ".
urged-
After ha shot the second time ilr. Brinton his mustache. .if / If- S. *k arc easily tired,.when you feel all run I property fronting .
so.W ,
positively uninterestingly pulled Foridad
"Why should I make '
ot : .
9 Davis took a hand in the game and -.martyr A down, then is the time you need a good uth on Gonzakz '
Connie, if you do marry be myself Just to satisfy yonr serp1es1Ms "IbedgeEL" an' ,' :'
: t that 'S strong tonic Avet'f Sanaparilla. Your by a depth ef one hundred
negro won'tbe- a customer: to : .
; have "So stood to win If
sure yoq moner settled that
4.. the your on Winthrop$ aeminded. "I won'tgo. Jon Wing'.* d ctor will tell you why it has such power over veil nerves, why it makes ty (120) feet on Davis ztre,
whiskey, men. any, more-DeFun-. ourse1t. It's far more convenient than I : tired. foot lost?" .E blood rich and VAN :
it1m t2kB1e' '" ,'' '", -"." *""f ai very I'tell you I the. why it gives courage and strength.! Ask.hip! it it is not.us't J., C. FLi.T._
ee. thhvetogoto your husband for CT. hayebeea_ .drea .lit1iibi of that "So that I stood to win If Wingfoqt\ J the'm dicinYoa: iteed., *V?.bar no wertU Wl pcfclif ...C.7IPco.. t o
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THE PENSACOLA' JO, fl-NA"\ TUESDAY MORNING I .APHIL 3, -190$ PAGE FIVE
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r. l !i VIOLATED T[ T THE[

PEOPLE !
jt EVENTS: Pi .11 I PAINfUL PfBIOBS P



Heard and Done : HlrriNGl Life often seems too long to the woman who suf-
Seen Ainong Who
I Those. Go, Come and fers from painful periods. The eternal bearing-
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Women and j i I down, headache, backache, leucorrhea<; nervousness,
I Tarry .$ Society Here and Elsewhere.I' .
: dizziness, griping, cramps and similar tortures are
LAVS'Alex l
I j'j'I dreadful. To make life worth living, takeeroJ@rdQj

By E Wtttl Bfetf. Telephone 669. I

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PR.LEAVE SIBLEY FOR AND PRESBYTERY MR. .FERRIS' 7he Journal's Daily Fashion Feature V.: : BUY THE BEST Have Hearing Upon Rather

Julian S. Sibley pastor of the .. I t- ..> r-'
ReY. _,_ it f When -'you buy groceries, In-
Presbyterian church, and ;ilr : Serious
p\v irsl B Ferriss leave this morning al > '1 .-. : ,f. ;-- ". .- sist orf haviug- jhe... best. Impure Charge Today. Woman's Relief
V adulterated food Is
',.clock for Chlpley to attend the : :h"f. : and .
De-tins of the Florida Presbytery '_' '- 'z1 .. dangerous. Realjygood, fresi, Alex Zeliug and Sidney Bell were "- 'It quickly'relieves inflammation, purifies and enriches

Ine' will be away all week.. Mr : ',:,: ,...... .ih- puregroceries cost- no more arrested, the former Saturday and the' blood the' constitution and
.return Saturday but IEe '1.1.- 7 '41' than the other ktnd-.if you the latter *yestsr.ay, each upon complaint strengthens.
1.Tris! will may not return till Monda : ..r'f 7 :; i .' -' a.i : make this your grocery store. of the other, upon the charge t permanently cures all diseased conditions from which
:: ,' of violating section 4606 of the Re-
AG.V
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, -4- b weak women suffer.It .
; ; vised Statutes of the United States,
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OPPORTUNITY TO
RARE Whole Asparagus-small( cans,
A LEARN AT FIRST HAND OF : Extra ChoiceTJps. 35
MISSION! WORK IN AFRICA. Whole, Aspara'gus: large cans, .lit had actually arrived in port without all druggists' in $1.00 bottles.
'Re> O". W. M. Morrison, Congo .1 50e. i permission of the master thereof
of the Presbyterian Y .. Sand each was held, 'by United States .
Missioaan South will arrive this after ..J'% $ i ? V V French Peas, extra fine.. 25c. 'Commissioner Marsh, in the sum of WRITS US A I SUTTEKED GREATLY,"

.mirrn oa the 4 o'clock train, and wjlnwkf : .t: : : FRENCH _MUSHROOMS.'Small $100 .bond for appearance before himar freely and frankly, in I Mrs. U E. devenger of Belle-
noon ,
an address to the public in the ,. ""} / size /;.......... 11 o'clock to, ay.l'J'he warrants -:' dance,teHiGg us ail your i N. C.,"at my monthly periods, V
'lrSt Presbyterian church at 5 1. !;:.s ,Large sIze"Jl$... .;,. tu'. ,25c' w re'served by Deputy United States : troubles. We will send free Tenn."I fife, but the first bottle of Car- ,

,,-:ocKMw evening, on ,"The Foreign .., .' .' Marshal Wolf. .". plain seated envelope). 'e me wonderful relief,aqd now
< Work in Africa." t 'The section of the Revised Statutes :- sit;. .,The better teeltatjMi Khae1ieen
Mis;i::can Iorrison, who by the wayau Is; i'I under which Messrs. Zelius 'and Bail ,MdIdae: Ce.,_C.tt&noe&a:, tfxe?)
Or : ;were arrested reads as follows ,
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has .
classmate of. Dr. SiWey's iLtI
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old on the Africun 1 I i "Section 4606V() Every person who, _. {,,. ---------- -- .---- i
seven years iT
|i?!ii I about I not being In the United. States service V
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field and his addresses are sale : I'ROSENIU & REDS II .
authorizedby
remely interesting. I i iI ; antf: not being duly :
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: law for the on board
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purpose goes
to read the proo' sheet! J ..
here ...
He is ----
: about to arrive .at the -
and Gramm of _thg; The Fancy Grocers any vessel
Dictionary : ,
o a : place. of her destination, before her:

Rakuba ared. and will language as return soon, to which as his:he work hefBi fin _.es on. pre Jhe 1 his: ; I :: : Phone'391. Pensacola.., been actual arrival completely, and moored before, she without has 'WATSO N REESE


Congo rroof Evenrrody Is cordially invited, to ,1 : 1: ::: j J n-_ permission a eaxrhsuch fine of not offense of mora the, master than be punishable two, shall hundred, *by or I PARKER &

ettend to-night and learn at firs
and by imprisonment for not .
work ,hear dollars The Place Where Your Dollar One
:and : Buys
band of the'great, : in Br.'Mor \ time since 'September, and again more, titan 'sfr months; and the master .
juicb that is of interest. : Ir .yesterday and to-day, .so our three of such vessel may take any Hundred Cents Worth.
'*:soa); experience.. v:.r. .4. days here ihave' not really given us such,.person going on board into .
Morrison will ,be the guest oTii. .
Dr .,, much change. custody, and deliver him forthwithto
h cousin Mr. D. Hale Wilson while t3 .- "We were guests pf Mr. Richardsand any constable or police officer, to A great collection of dainty laces and embroideriesfor
Uere. V' ? Mr.. Walsh for tea at the' resi- be by him taken before any justiceof
-+- : V : dence ,of Mr. -ana'' Mrs. Gordon, who the peace to be dealt with according Monday and Tuesdays special selling.
SIDNEY B. DANNHEISSEFTSEARMITZWAH V welcomed us as cordially as if we to.-/provisions of this 'Tit -."
; SERVICES! V .wera their own people and entertained It ,as understood that each of the V

AND!: SOCIAL FESTIVITIES. ,. I us at dinner."iMr. gentlemen will appear as a witness J; Lot No. 1
Saturday and Sunday were memoiaiile .' John Richards' you know is against the other and, in addition, V

days in the family of Mr, and ,.. a son of 'Mrst W. W. Richards,, and the following gentlemen haV3 been Broken sets in Val! laces and Nainsook and
Mrs Morris B. Dannheisser. On Sal : : ft V }Ir. Tom Walsh is a brother of Mrs. summoned as witnesses: Benni

wda morning at ten o'clock the : f Charles Born of New City. Mr. Born i Edmundson, John Caro and George Swiss embroidered vales, up to 8 1-3 cents
beautiful Barmitzwah services for V V V .: i is the managing partner of Wicke & Ainsworth the two latter pilots.Ropeniakiag .
icer: thirteen years old son Sidne' ; V V .. Co., in Pensacola. Airs. Gordon is a per yard. Your choice .__________________3c ,
B Dannheisser took place in Tempi \ ;, "S sister of Chief Train Desipatcher .
Beth-El Rabbi Sammuel Koch conducting .2;; Jones, and of Mrs. Rust Smith of 2,000 Tear B. C. Lot No. 2
: and S
The of the first ropemaker
in his accustomed and in. ( : ; Pensacola, and all of them have been pame !
pre!\sive manner. : I -" .. lovely to dl: of us, making our first that of the land in which he practicedhis Fine line of Embroideries, Machine, Torchons
The choir was particularly gocMrs ; / -' evening in Denver a delightful one. art have"both been lost to history. *
EdwarJ: Forscheimer sang i a V ; .A. We have pleasant rooms temporarily I Before the beginning of the historical and Val edges and Insertings, values up to
'autifal solo and :Mrs. J. M. Flin: -:.. ; : just across the street from Mrs I period''considerable skyi had been acquired -
V 121-2 cents yard. Your choice__________5c
per
the organist, rendered a very tine : Gordon, which, are comfortably heated : In that line. Egyptian sculptures
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Instrumental solo, during the service Th by furnace. ,- I prove that the art was practicedat \
After a very impressive vocal sol r -. ;u"At Flomaton it was a comfort to lea t 2,000,years before the time ofhrist.
tiim sister Miss Reina Dam ..0-:; -. get in the, nice brg clean ,through ., All "Bolero", jackets, Venice and Point Gauze

br) T Master Sidney delivered an: ., Li' -',. .... ,: V V L> & fJ. 'car,, stretch out and sleep ., _. _" _B
r.: : xi., niv.. .{ Cqllars at Half price.
excellent address, and his reading; ( VI ;. <*-- soundly until breakfast time. 'Won. Than Broken. .
end translation from the Torah were ,7 V : i4q .. V M: NEW SPRING REEFER! -- : :, V ,"The ground was" covered with The American Tourist-I suppose 1 4
thy! complimented. | :V snow long before ws readied! St.
Saturday afternoon there was au: Thereefer- loses none .pf"'its popularity cut to hang lOQse from the shoulderto Louis, but the state' of Colorado all speak broken French, eh Henri? The
cformal reception of friends at the with' th "-'{)"pen\ng- the new, well over the hips, from "which along the rallroad-Missourl Pacific Waiter Not eggsactly, m'sieur. You I Mial orders will receive prompt and careful attention.

iiome of Ids parents and on Sunday; i season, for:the highest.class lines are i point the jaunty little'pleated.. skirts ;to Pueblo, and the Denver and Rio hat a word describes it bettalre-let
afternoon from 3 to 6, his parent I all displaying WIna' variety of .ma spring out so prettily. jDeep pockets' Grande from Pueblo V to Denver- me see-ah, yes-it is pulverized.- ;. Yours for.business,
ave him a "Buster Brown Tie Part t terials.- Scotch weeds of-joose weave;'I with square cornered flaps, are s?t'but we passed throng snow in Puck *

1)." that wa3 the source of great entertalnment open weave,, light in weight, but affording either side of the double-breasted Missouri.
for forty.six of his }'oung all[necessary1"warmth", seem to front. There is noV trimming' simplythe """We are in North East Denver' ,and The Mean :Man! WATSON, PARKER & REESE

friends ana'' not a few of his elders. be the favorites, and'Vitbr a good pattern heavy machine.stitching\ as. a. finish :!. you can't see any fountains' from r.The late Max O'Rell gave this adviceto '
The dining room and library were: and tbe.prgp'er'materi l,.the workof for all edg' s. A saucy little sailor: here, but approaching Denver we bachelors!!: "Marry a woman smaller S Successors toGREEN
profusely decorated with pictures: of making-one pf these:-little reefersis twith ribbon rosette and quIll. completes had a'good view of Pike's Peak in than yourself." Many a man couldn't
Buster Brown: and his varioufrends. s comparatively; -Tne" body is the costume.: the distance." V Speaking of, Mrs. J. & WATSON
find Milwaukee Journal. w:
r S C. Beck Jr., who accompanied. 'her,

From the chandelier was suspend : Mrs. Cromer"saye: -i:,__ _
rd a large: placard bearing a picture Each child wag given a "tie," and n Hirsch, Miss Meta, RosenauanljMr.( : "Mother' seemed well pleased and V'emIn1ue Eiteem. -::
ct Buster, and this was writte; turn each* wasr-ljHmifolded, and! in Albert Klein of Mobile. In .addition enjoyed her Journey to St. 'Louis, When wom-en like each other, they ,

on! it-"! want the prettiest girl In structed to .;pIn: _on Buyer's: tie. It to these personal attentions Mrs. but from there the >- long' trip was kiss;; when they love, they do one an-

the room to tie my tie." was very Jaughable.'to. :see the chilI Hirsch has beena guest at The yery hard upon her, and she is quite other's'alr.r.ady Evans, In London NATURE'S HOUSE. . CLEANING.. l' ,
A sheet tacked upon _the opposite I dren's efforts and tie results. ,. Miss Progress Club on various ..pcca sIoi.. exhausted. The physician says her Mail
wall had 'a large portrait Bustei Jeanette Israel capture4 the: prize a Altogether Mrs Hirsch has had a fine constitution stands her in gooa' Rainy Season In Caracas the City'.

post card album,,for coming. nearest gay visit and her many friends are stead! but Advises. that she keeps I Sanitary Salvation.
I -- _-__ the correct spok consoled for her departure' by the very quiet for some .tIm Just what Caracas would do withoutIts

-- ; Next the, .boy. only- > V were each hope of her ,early return.V I THREE FACTSFor rainy season ,I cannot Imagine, for ; ; wIV 9

given a small. bag-; labeled "Peanuts" S ---6--'V V WOMEN'S FOREIGNMISSIONARY the city Is far from being clean and )1

to pin on 'the trunk of a "Good old NEWS OF PENSACOL1ANS' V AND LEAGUES sanitary. Garbage Is thrown into the

i Elephant" e1edonan: ther wall, NOW IN DENVER.2V PLEASE. yards for the vultures to feed upon,
ATTENTION:
which they? tried to .do' :'amidst the dust and papers accumulate In the
CUTICLE .o Lionel friends of Mr. and Mrs. R. 6. The presidents of the Palafox and
shouts of ihe. girls looking ; The to
j Missionary : streets, and the visitor Is about pronounce
Guggenheim! .capturing! ; the silver Cromer .will be glad to learn that the Gadsa'en M. E. Foreign Sick Women the city the dirtiest he has ever
well the Missionary -
: ; they arrived safely in Denver, where Societies, as as
fOf'.his.-s\tCCes
tie-clasp -
i Then an'tAprU 'Fool:Game" creat they were met at the train- by Mr. vice-presidents of the E worth seen when nature suddenly decides to
ed more ; amusement: Everything "Tom" Walsh and Mr. John Richards Leagues): of both churches, requestthe To ,Consider put things to rights.' An ordinary rainfall -

movable had t ? been taken: 'out of one ,. formerly of this city->and' were entire membership of those S would not suffice now. A, thorough
portion of aiToom.:and-partHioned off escorted to the resiafence of Mr.. and bodies to attend .the lecture to be flushing is needed, and nothing shortof

SOAPReduced I two sheets. Pencil- ana'' paper Mrs. Gordon where they were made given in'the Presbyterian'church to- a deluge will do it.
by
'"youngsterswith in- welcome. Mrs Cromer says: : night by -Dr. .Morrison who' is home But somewhere up in the mountain I
I jv.'ere structions given enter 'and describe what "'1 find Denver just like any of:the on furlough from the heart of Africa. FrssTi That almost every operationin tops the deluge is forming, and pres- THE TONIC SEASON HAS
Most of them gave elaborate -large cities I have been in, and the The United Study'of Women's So- our hospitals performed upon women black overspreads ARRIVEDDon't
saw': :
they Canada, is becomes through neglect of ently a great vapor to build s !stern -
cities in America and necessary neglect up your
descriptions. ,of a climate is just about like: 'we haccbad
sminute at first
and of such symptoms as backache, irregularand the valley. It comes slowly down ov -
winter.: "Christus Liberator/ study in spring-likely run
and a Pensacola all We '
in
window ana its lace :draperies 'displacements as.if to warn the people to go in- .
from ; door.. -Only three, reached Denver Saturday afternoon Africa, and the Young People's painful periods! wInter-to fortify it against the swe
transom Sarah over Goltfstueker the Miss Ruth and Sunday it rained 'for'the.tir, : t special study for this year is "Day of the female organs, pain in the side, doors, but when it has acquired sufficient tering stress of summer. Best thin
'Miss fl' Gug break in the Dark Continent." burning sensation in the stomach density it falls. In:a moment almost I you know, or we know, is a bot lf' F

''Dannheisser, ant( nearihe Master.l.ionel, real answer This lecture by one so, well fitted bearing-down pains, nervousness, dizziness the streets and courtyards are two of our Ironola. As we make '.

60 Centsto I genheim"Aprjl coming F>ool"7andjthey' wrote I Freckles :and to portray conditions in Africa, will and sleeplessness.! flooded, the fantastic waterspouts that ourselves we're confident of its pur

"|>idn't: see anything to To Remove no aoubt prove an inspiration to a SEcom-The medicine that holds overhang the sidewalks pour out their ty, its purifying, blood-cleansing qual
: that they I study of that neglected coun the record r the largest number of gigantic kettle.spouts, and ities.
write about" making .a":._ tie, Miss Pimples in Ten Days.. : deeper streams like
female Ills is
of
absolute LydiaE. and
drawing the; IH'lzaa silver try. cures loud is the noise of the splashing

Sarah thimble.. ': : 2Siityfou.3flOe1 .- I NADINOLA Is a new discovery,told coder posfthvfnaraotee 4- Pinkham's Vegetable CompoundIt splattering. t Hooton's Pharmacy
1 ; presents were' and 11009 refunded U ever;cue where it fallf Monroe Smith, infant son of Capt. regulates, strengthens and cures Half an hour later' one tiptoes along ; ,
tokens freckle, pimples liver-spits,sua-Ua,allow-- Smith with his brother diseases of the female organism as
M. now
.Includuis .\valuable to rtfflOTe Jas. the pavementsas U over a new- The Birthplace of Promot Delivery.
shiny
received \ blackkeuU, collar discoloration u4 all enipdwsf East Romana is nothing else can.
her. : uncles less Mr. 'Frank Smith on PHONE 1100.
Sidney's :granafa!: \ I. floor. Above clot Is a sky
!flora. the skis, is Bitter of tow 101I1 ItIIIdl l. Ceres! of ly scrubbed
to the delight
30 CentsPer and aunts In, far-away Germany.' ordinary uses II 1J days,ud the worst la U to 2S dijrs. recovering rapidly For thirty years it has been helping spotless! blue while the wiry t clouds .
V Mrs. titch1 \))'; :" Miss Rosa After these defects arc removed the sUe will U dear th$, happy parents, and their- friends. women to be strong, curing backache. insignificant patches of -
and fIs8Tilh1C_ \ 'Fr J chstein of, bealtbr, and beautifuL No possible hara cu Jtsatt inn V i nervousness, kidney troubles, inflammation to be seen are !
Levy ; judg s ;.and awarded, its use. As retards oar repntatioa and ability to eoailyirltk Mrs. S. A. Gainer and little daughter of the female organs, weak- white along the mountain sides. Yet
Mobile acted: as' .:- "' V .... timatata we refer to the Cwnncrcb Bank I Ij' Ethel McHenry, Miss., are the ness and\ ..displacements, regulatingthe In ,an incredibly short spa.ceot time : WED INGCAKE

Dozen Cakes the prizes -rK: h :-V. I and Ask Baak your dranlst of Henry for, Paris NADLNOU.Teaa. or U be asy kasat coeaty it,offldaU tend asa guests of Mrs. G. W." Pulliam 400 E. periods perfectly and overcoming the wliole process may be repeated. I THE '
their pains. _It has also proved itself George M. L. Brown In St. Nicholas.
MIssoNARvMEETstills Chase.
FOREIGN ; 50-cwt nooey order and we will send yod a Stcfttpackaie S
>.N. '.Jtf'. CHURCH.. j of NADINOU by maO. Kit falls to da all wdalM invaluable in preparing women for
AFTtERNQt Mornfaff Star1The
: [ "Society of, for It, aotlfj us and we will promptly' retara year. Mrs. J. I. Bryan is confined to her childbirth and the change of life.TniaThe The .
Fur lgn :Missionary I star an iron ball studded :
morning
The NATlOm TOILET CO. Pvu Tcan.
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Address I IWill
I meet ooey. at the Escambla. by IndIs- volume of unsolicited
A delightful toilet the Gadsdeu >I_,H',.c1i rch, will apartments i great testimonials file with spikes and fastened by meansof I
at 3:30 and grateful on i
''P9sltion.I
.
"afternoon
I In the church this short handle was much finest if
I' S at the Pinkhata Laboratory at Lynn, a chain to a : be the ever,
article which I cclock. V time to used in mediaeval ttmea as A military
Dannheisser has returned of which arefrom
you -v-- ... ----- .. MIss Sara Mass., many i have us bake It.
formidable you
from a much needed vacation time published by permission, give weapon. It was exceedingly
AG'A11SE1.
will enjoy and con-' AFTER MRS HIR&CH ;LEAVETO-DAY.: Wash Dirt: spent- among friends ;n Mobile and solute evidence of the value of ab-I for when thrown .could not.easily
.. Compound dodgethe:
'ifl1i.-formeriy :Miss \N'W' Orleans. E:Pinkham's Vegetable be avoided or permitting i Ice Cream.
....
tinue useafter Mrs. Gaie Mrs. Piniham's advice.Mrs.Pinkhsm's it to curvp, around the arm or I
to tuck t.nt: ttbls :1tr-leaves: :
,
Cora Gold for lier' ::home' 'in Natchez, Some -laundries not only The frIends of Mr. and Mrs; "Wil Standing Invitation over the shield. It wa confessedly i In Fancy ,
have tried Misf ; Wended "visit to her wash the dirt out 'of' a liam G. Daily will regret to learn to W WomeOf-Women suffering from any modeled after a common-cactus which
you once after: an I
fri nds' in Pensacola, shirt, but pretty nearly- that their little boy.is again. quite form of female weakness are invited to grows in every part of italy. : MouldsFurnished
it parent'san'dt whi !i, i a ) enJhe guest Wash the very life, ,out ot quite. ill of scarlet- fever.-.. promptly communicate with Mrs Pink ,. -
during
r'wnjerous.lal\ fun it. We use an abundanceof : i Ham,' at Lynn Mass. All letters are An 'nunal Brent. In
of honor a1$ of Mobile is any quantityand
i Miss MaryValtter read and answeredy
f received, opened and on
legram
"Yes, I sent my ? 8,. !
tions.
of Mre. F. R.
: -- te tained .at ViSiting here, guest } women only, From symptoms given 1 flavor for banquets,
Last wek lie'vS i Wednesday to say I was coming.
located and the
be
lindsey.
L. Bear, ... I four'trouble may
an afternopn byjMrMar' -Miss Edna SoftWaterandSoap ,. .. .. quickest and surest way of recovery wonder If be received: It?, dinners or entertainmentsof
'were
whose other' guests Rose- >Srs. Farrall is the attractive guest idrfsed. Mrs. Pinkham is daughter "I reckon he didn't, cc-rj'geen him I

Sol Cahn & Co Frenkel off t1ant ; )lIss.lIeta rps Bear 6f-Mrs Berry at the navyyard..- in.l w'ofLyofo }:.-Pinkham and for this-mornin', an' he didn't brag about I whatever nature.
) rM ., .
nau 9f _Loyisrt LizzIe V- twenty-five years under her direction no telegram."-Brooklyn!; Hife.I .
Mrs. O. Goldstucker'Rosenau. ,nMrs. Let us call for your wasS. The friends of Mrs. Wilmer S. aad since her decease she has been ad. .. .. .... -
''.V: .: i much pleased to see charge. Outof I .
The Pure Food Store. ; = Hall : yisingsick-womenfree puffer
sx : are very we dp tu at
Then by )Irs:.;.:Lep yer : Ii her out after being confinea' 'to_ thetouse the vast volume of experience in treat- Injuries '
'
sts being The, Star Steam seldom weighed !n tbs iiusbaI-
rg are Kitchen Cafe
_ South est Corner Palilox and Intentfend hand eUChrQlh- fornear'IY three months.. ng female ills Mrs Pinkham probablyhas Kandy ,
. Ro8e4I4cfLou1svi1le ance.-Simmons.
Miss Meta : V -- the very knowledge that will helpoutcaser .
. Miss Flora;..,Le.hthSn' tof' 1JreenvUle, Laundry. Just once tiY Blue RWbon Vanilla! ? Surely, any woman,rich or :'; -.__----r'S f S.Palafao Phone 999I

Phones S178 480 Ala., Miss { '.,, ker'ot Atlanta, .; I or Lemon, using only half the quantl- poor;i$very foolish if she dotsnottake To avert a sneeze press tte"1-;upper lip '. 104

and MIsS OItUCkT. ; S7 Sarflen 'st. Pheni314.PeaacoIi. ty- equlred of other kinds. If you are advantage. of -this generous offer, of against, the tettlt with/th& : *.forefinger, I IJ
I I
:-Sam R senau Fit' V V
W .
1tr assistance -
Later in back.
your money
t pleased
!4 ,..!or 1rs. __: I no better .
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3 1 PAG! SIX THE 'PENSACOLA J O U RN AL, TUE3DAY MOftfi'H $; .A.- 3. 1906 .
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; : ; ARE YOU : T STop PAYING. 'RENT. j

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Hoof9N
D Luna Street,
PUT YOUR. MONEY INTO A & WATSON

It Is Easy to Get flOut: INTERESTSREflL IN HOME'OF YOUR OWN. ,

\- iinni to TBOJ. C. Watull 8 Cx
'J Merchants! and others ,i room cottage, E. LaRua, almost
considering change of hew $2a cash, $15 per-month..$1100.
If you have money in a tank; But if you- ve-your ESTATE location should see 6 room cottage E.. Jackson street, .LeadngleatEsfate! Rental and Insurance igency

money in real estate well loc te4 it cannot be frittered what we'have to offer $250'\ cash $20 per month. ... .$1600 .

j- away in., careless spending. her and there but If.not, you should be,.'for more, money on the-new street We ,- 6 6 room:cottage on Little Bayou near ,:. : '. ',
can now contract to lear. line,, fine. for summer .,.$1500. .. '
it is made' out of it' than anythingelse. : :: -: '
furnish store office 8 room Flshejville fronting
Look at this sale 'list a cottage at :
dwelling West: or building to suit- the bay. .. '.. ... ./$1800 : ; l Estate in all
850 A four
$ room .;BargaipsjinvReal! parts of the
End; with ;5 lots. House, !nts your special 'require 12-room; 2 frtory"residence. Guillemard .
Will in I'Stores.
Increase V
ii Value for $6.00.$2000Store .. i .- ments, lease or sal; 'near Jackson street splendd! .. cityi.- ; ::T:
or the land only for for
: ned boarding house or home.$315 -
., -. () and dwelling'cOm.'b ; ; ;
i. with another smal dwelling: ad. immediate: improvement : House'and lot South Spring street, .; and DWellings for rent.

i_ every year: -If, improved, it. will ,bring -I a. good joining West End Ibusinesa 'district :: 'on lines subject near Homana, good to buy and hold, '*', '
to 'Also
rate of interest; while the growth'' In value its.. "like ; rents $216 a -year.. : have ourapproval.anideal site for $4.000 _, : 'Loans made at current rates of interest
: Quarter onimprpyed
'of the best residence block'n
$ 900-() mall house lot 38 by. 170;, -
getting money' from home. We invite you to. :see :East Romana,.on just east of'Tar: large hotel ;: I North HilL 7 lots .. .. .$5000:; i r unimproved property.

our list of properties, or write'us; aiouttii1nvest;' ragona. Rents $96 a year. I 40x170 opposite! opera house. .$6000{ '

ment question.Pensacola -- $4000-Business corner (store and Will 'Be As We; have about $10,000 in special : Insurance placed in fifteen leading Americanahdfofeign -
dwelling combined) near Pala funds belonging to different icl'ents:
:
_ fox rents $420 a year. {bat we would like to Joan uiwn 'good-: ; ; companies.
U44.
Teal! estate security. _
YOU CAN MAKE MONEY IN ANY. Good Palalox.1McDavIduyercompan

OF THE ABOVE; LF YOU DON'T as :., ,, :$e respectfully solicit your patronage.

Investment Company SOME ONE ELSE' WILL CALL1 IN I I : -. Ourrentaldepartment; given especial attentioni -

,, AND LET US SHOW YOU THJE) : L.S. BROWNCO. : Call: and ,see our istPHONE .
A. H. D'ALEMBERTE City Manager. '''t.- : ',- ,
p' -, ,
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W.H.KNOWLB, President. SIMPSON Thiesan! Building. .'f1 "
X. B.
Secretary. ,.
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PROPERTY.S2400 .. <,< ....
I.L STILLMAN, voltes ui Gen. Manager, VOLE lYE, Treasurer. -- Agents New York } SEU LOTS" I -'-t.. _

: j Kael Estate, Loan, General Investments. / Life Insurance Company. '

: will buy an elegant little 6"- .room I 8 E. Government Street .' I ;iHOOtON & WATSON

215 South Palafox Street, ,Pensacolt, .Florida. dwelling, corner Jackson and Gu'He:I Phone 7CO. Pensacola' FIle .- i ,
--- John i-
Mr. Doe of this
,
r mard. House has gas, electric light, City "
_, ., connections, bath and sewer. Only) ; 54::: : 34 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.
-- one block from Lee 'squars andjust' Wanted

Professional across fromthe school house, ,.. w- LOST. $10,000.00 ,
Directory ,, -.
WANTED-To 'buy old gold and silver t -' "
NEW REAL
.. ESTATE
LISTFOR COLLECTION OF RENTS. GI.VENj broken up stuff regardless of Some months a'go Mr. J. Doe of this, ,

,THOS. PEBLEY, SPECIAL ATTENTION sizes. Cash paid. Lightman & Klein cftydecIded to buy some lots in the For FarniiTurjentine or For Solo-

LAW REAL ESTATE. LOANS AND : SALE 106 E..Wright .Phone 1127. / New City 'Tract or what is commonly I .-
known as East Hill. He had Timber Lands --
pickedout.
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Wt'M COLLECTIONS.PALAFOX AND' ROMANA.. Six houses' In West King Tract LESLIE .E. BROOKS W ANTED.-A. R. Bingham wantj .'some 'of those nice lots overlook- IJARGE OR'SMAL/L/ :QUANTITY FOR uation SAlE-Tine in the city hotel for site; best sit! .

LL4 PHONE 559. renting for $$30 per'month ...$2850: your moving and hauling. He guai mg the bay and along the' line of streetcar tel 130 feet fronting a tourist ho
antees all breakage. Phone 630. I II[[ :; his judgment as to locat'on was Calf, on,:01' Address south by 172 feedeep -
rm 204!/ Palafox Fisher ;Building. on East Government
St.
Rouse in West End renting for [r excellent and the price of the proper1 street, over

$I 0 per ,'month. "good neighborhood. Phone 462. I will tune and repair your piano and 1 I ty waS yery ch ap. He however, as Turner.. &, fmard looking Seville square and Adams,

1i T G YflTES.- M D 0. .. ..., .e. -.. ._ ., '. .jiOOO J organ as cheap'as any one; guarantee -I you are doing today put oft investing street with open view of Pensacola:
,, best and neatest work. Prompt;:ibis' money and 'in the' mean time the Real 1 ,Estate and Abstract Co. bay, $10,000 will buy the property

OPTICIAN Five lots'bn North Hill, if,taken I attention and satisfaction. Phone 802;!.lots were ..sold and are today worth lapr.
hLLPWANTEDWflJUWUVUWtflfltJWtJflr .t P.- O. Box 115 -
4-! 306 THIESBV BUILOINODIRECTORY at once.. ,- .. .. ....$3000 2 rings. J. Conrad Scott. .SmarlmWANTED. !'$10,000.00 above the price he could Fla- FOR SALE-Elegant Lester piano.

Five lots fronting! Toledo square I M JWW .-The public to know that ''Save 'bought them. If you have money!;I ''Like new Cheap for cash. 1000!)

New City;_ .. .. .. .. ... ...jiooo WAN'IED-'Men to" learn barber' ,trade. old newspapers can be bought at "'io'Invest do not hesitate to invest it], Board and Rooms.JuLrLr E. Cervantes St. 1 Aprils:! -.
p1r.s1aI; One block in New City on car 10 positions' for every graduate. Top! this- officefor five cents a bundle. They ,no r, Pensacola is destined to be a' 6 .
; I wa'ges pa.d. Few weeks complete'are all clean and nice. great-c1t1aud the price of property la.- FOR RHNTv-i furnished or unfurnished FOR SALE-A first-class cigar and

line. .. .... .* .. ... .$4000! Course includes tools and diplomas.! .!feonnd' to increase. 'Prices may seem rooms two 'bl, cks rom car stationery store, pool room conner-
-. Joppa Lodge, No. 6, I. 0. 0. F. Half) 1ockJn.Ne"-Citron! hard j Can nearly earn expenses if desired. WANTED.-Electric work of all kind! !1 high now .because they have always line. Terms reasonable, Apply 22 S. ed in the rear. Paying business wt'l'!

Joppa Lodge Ng. 6, L 0. 0. F., Catalogue mailed free. !Moler: Barber!j I' Let us clean year fans reairmr Ibeen so;' low, but in a few years ,or Donaldson St. 'PloOne 1134. laprlw established and centrally located on
meets every Tuesday evening at 7:30 road, overlooking Bayou Texar $1500 I College New Orleans, La. lapr. dynamo to: jour virin;. etc. Paon'3 .months from now you will wonder'why, I Palafox street opposite the new Brent

o'clock at Rafford Hall, West Garden These are all first-class pieces ofi; 570, Pensacula: Elecirii: Co. 235 $ you. did not purchase from The Fisheri\ NEWLY FURNISHED 1roornsvery building.: :Apply 32 S'. Palafox St.

St. VisUng brethren, are cordially invited. ., i property' and are gilt edge invest.: W ANT, /-Collector. One acquainted -i riaycn.WANTED.The. Real tat "Agency three lots i reasonable. Apply 20 Wi Romana Slmar.
'ments. with city. Aplly Mercantile Mfg.Co. corner of Jackson and ;17th avenue,;'St. '. laprlw"ROOMS 1

: T. H. FLEETWOOD G. .., 315!# i& Palafox St., lapr. I Co. wants your moving'and Merchants Transfer bauUnj having a south front overlooking the: I FOR SALlE-Full blood white W>an-

J. GINGLES.. Sec. All breakage guaranteed. T. B. fray Jl050.00... One Jialf block ,on: CHEAP -Furnished j rooms on dotte eggs Beacon of Boston strain
Tfior-
%, 31an6m.] D. HALE WILSON' 6 CO. WANTED woman to do general sen, Prop. Phone 978. ISJunelm.j Bayou Texar having a' front of 132% j the' hill, alter {tAr location high $2.50 setting of 15. Few very finf
{-1 house work. Apply.227 Inte.riden- ., 4 feet on the water, a: beautiful site' and healthy.'; Close fo car line. ApplY cockrels ready for the yard. Addre.

l p.1 Pensacola cia street .laprSt*!j WANTED-We want'your orders foi |,1900.00. A nice little 5 room .cottage I at' 314 TE,, '.Strong; phone 1213. Chas. Murray, DeFuniak Springs. t' a.
Lodge No. 3, K. of P. '
: _:. meets every Monday evening at 8 REAL, ESTATE, : J 1907 Art Calendars. Over 300 orf- on East' Cervantes'street 1650.00 ISmarlm. .?, r.. Slmarlm
WANTElD-A, first-clajsj dining room?; ginal designs to" select- from. AU tan'tie. boirghton .easyerma: ; 10..lota :
-; o'clock at their temporary Castle Hall RENTS AND LOANS woman. None but erpenienc &?person -i prices. Mayes Printing Co., Pensaco pa .North alafox. street, 'a good profit'': NICE 'FURNlS ,;ROO I'foOr rent LUMBER FOR SALE-HSessom-Wii'-: '

if over Iou stable W. Intendencia St. need apply. Miss Lillie! E, Taylor .> lal 16feb., in_ h1s. J2250.00. with priTile'ge of bathand; phone. ted Co.,, Bonlfay, :Fla. 31mar2w'
4: Visiting brethren cordially welcome 30 S. Palafox St. 18 W.-Jackson. 30mar Apply No. 606' Bast- Gadson St., or .
re J. A. KIRKPATRICK, C. c. phone 634- SOmarlw* FOR SALE.-A
t14 H. K. of R. & S photographers outfit.
! L4YIl HORSLER Phone? 234. t"AG NTS WANTED"-HExperIenc3 I HOTELS Miscellaneous NICE FURNISHED ROOMS for rent, Cheap. Apply Fsher; Furniture

.- -- not necessary; pays for sickness, accIdent wuwJvuwrrf wWUWJWutnJL a.n JL-flsnJWTHE I suitable for light, housekeeping. store 138 E. Intendencia St. 27mar. !
, Rathbone Lodge .No. and death. Address the. Fraternal BROWN HOUSE Airy rooms, CUT. ;FLO\VER.S-OrderS Privilege of phone and 'and bathAp.

3Q, K. of p.. meets every Backers of America, St. Louis.' good beds. "Free baths and sample filled for: roses carnations promptly flowers 1 ply 810'E. Gadsden! _St., .or phone 896. FOR STLE A nice fat donkey 'n

fi '4 o'clock Thursday in their evening temporary at 8:00 SEE THIS Mo. 25mar4t ,. room. $2 per day.' ... Special attention and designs of all kinds. ,Miss,BertieSmith. 29marlw.. "_ -- "- Fisher first .class Real Estate condition.Agency Price $35.

Castle Hall over Pou sta- WE LEARN you to make mirrors at to traveling m n. J. R. Brown. Prop 616, NBarcelona., ., 'Phone 65L 25mt'H
ble W. Intendencia street.Visiting Lot 50x125 W. Romana St., near 1 home. Full guaranteed formula $5. "DeFunIakSprings., Fla.! JSmarlm FOR. R.EYiTw nicely furnished FOR SALE OR RENT-Two lighters! ,

knights are cordially Palafox. .. .f . ..- .. ..J4000 P. F. M. Co.. Box 472. Pensacola. Fla.l3marlm' .'I CENTRAL HOTEL, CHIPLEY TAUJORI'G-B.' i.. Diamond, Tailor.pents"cl6thing .rooms at, P' Stone.' :n N. Palafox.29mar. one with capacity for 75 thousand ft.
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Lot Op: -
40x110 S. .Spring Romana -
welcomed. I near cleaned lumber, the other
thirty thousand
pressed -
St. ,:.. .. I depot Large 'and well lighted and I II I <\"-
J. D. KIRK C. a ...-....$4000 i repaIred'' short notice. No. '11H n pacity. Rates reasonable. Also 'wo
WANTED-First
class la Free sample
C. J. LEVY. K. of R. t aMeeungs Lot 60x125 W. Government ((2 story j j j 1"steI ogra. rooms. room. Meals at WestGovrnmentSt.., Pensacola Fla. PLEASANT,place to" bQard on North i skiff beats for sale cheap, 22 ft. long,
Address
pher. in own attention
building).. ,..,.. ,.v; ,.,.. .. ..$1800: )! handwriting< .all hours.. Special to trai Idee... Hill on car line. :Address No. 8, 5 ft. beams. Telephone or write .T. A.
with refer -
I ncf:1J, Office Work Care eliug men. $2.00 ber day. Jl M. Tug. .
20'acres Journal ,
under fence, half in pecan; care 27mar Chaffin & Co.. Milton. Fla. 25m.
of Journal r
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the 1 I
Knights ot Columbusare trees, 6 room' house stables and other i I 4mch. gle Prop. ISmarlm J, H. PORTER, Eailmaker. 716 South ROOMS FOR-RENT- -furnished
or unfurnished. -
held houses 1. mile from Milton. Fla, all. CHIPLEY HOTEL' -Carl Palafox street Orders taken for .. .: FOR SALE-Freight and
: at theIr hail, Setterlind: )Ir$ M J;Robinson, 600 passenger
:
No. 8 West Inteadencia for ,, .. .?.: ..., ...,,. .. ...,$loo?; I WANTED Prop. Special attention to commercial tents, awnings camp stools and house E. Gadsden St "".' 24marlm boat; two 25 h. p. Marry & Iregurtha -

; cia Itraet, on every Any of this property on a half cash : '-W- -- -. travelers. Free sample and bath cots, etc. Prices reasonable. Sljan. I gas engines; length' 66 ft.,
Monday basis, the balance on time wth: low i] Large with : NICE, comforta'ble' furnished room,: beam 18; draught 3 ft launched Nov.
evening at rate of I i SECOND: HAND CLOTHING .' rooms. rooms good beds: SHIP .CHANDLERS McKinzie Oert- ;
InterestWANTEDI WANTED : pleasantly'attU ted. 'one block from .
7:30 o'clock. I ember 1905. Powerful tow boat Tonnage
An In.vltaUon ?2 per day. ISmarlia' :
lug &.Co-wholesale
-Highest paid and retail ship =
price
i fa for gents'clothing bay on carline,' suitable .for house 42. Delivered anywhere
to'T1JI Knight. extended I only. Sell second hand.goods. HI"TEL.-o"pen" alght and day.. chandlers and.grocers, only first-class keeping. Cook stove' or .gas, or with., state. Price $5,750. Write J. Ji.In
Dress suts: for rent, 9 E. Intendencia. house f kind In city.Fair prices to all. ,.
JOHN B. JONES. I ,1 t tj j European plan. Rooms light and out. Apply 01 E Government St. Rowley Miami Fla. 20marl3-
; bs EDlif. FOX Grand A lot, 'not, south of Intendencia nor*j- -VJ'clean.. Transient trade solicited' : 24marl2 .' -" _
Recorder. Knight north_ of;Gregory* west of Coyle non,: WANTED-By a young man, position':: 575-379 S. Palafox. Jas. S. Nlcolau Fine. stationery, wedding invitations, JUST RECEIVED-Large soipmeni ot
tl east of Baylen 40 toot frontage with i as stenographer. Al references: Prop. visiting: cards, tally cards, etc. Celia WANTED-A: :feW (hoarders 212 W. I imported Olive OiL Retail by pic\;

Daughters a depth not less- than 100 feet furnished. Address C-2 care Journal :Mi; Robinson; representing The Chas. Gregory. "New iioizse; good neigh. I gallon or larger quantity. G. Monaso
1 Naol'Ql of Rebekah. 3aprlm. IL Elliott Company of Philadelphia.! borhood and. on *.line.. ISmarlm* & Co., ship chandlers ana]! grocers, 7d
; Lodge No. 10 Daughters Smarlm.I South Palafox.
I } Rebekah, meets every Monday night of THOS' PEBLEY, WANTED: I Money to Loan. _' NICE.FURNISHED ROOMS for rent. 4oci
4 at 8 o'clock in L Stenographic work of any --- live In furnished FOR SALE-Registered
O. Berkshire
O. F. hall VisIt. Pnsa cola, coiiier1Ti Newly clean anj nice,
lug sisters cordially invited to be pres- Palafox' and Romana Sts. tention.nature. Will give same "prompt atI I$10,000 TO UAtf- Current rates Of street and 15th avenue,in New City, near postofflce.: Apply at 128ft E. Yorkshire Pigs; pedigrees furnisfieo

en Phone No559. hone, 285. -Saprlm. Interest. Pensacola Investment arid will take :care of your Piano by Government .street, ,,Mrs.',B..:. M.: Trainer. also fullblood game chickens and egg
--,. i MRS. B. R. WTTKOVSKI Company. Aprill-lw.- the year at. a low figure. Refelt 7jan1m. all at reasonable prices. Dr. !' S.
:MISS WILLIE- KENDRICK, eec7'M. I WANTED-5,000 pairs of shoes to tune, clean out etc. Phone 802, .2 McGeachey, Chipley. Fla. Smarlai

: kt THE BIG ,COAL Shop.half 720 sole W.at (M. Kiedinger's Shoe MONEY TO LOAN-Everybody bore rings., : J,. Conrad Scott, SmarimEGGS Old- newspapers, fire cents a bundle FOR SALE-Beautiful block la Ketr
-- Government St. Fine rows money from Jno; A. Hall & at this ,pfficeThey are all clean .
-
City. Tract No. 312. For
E.. B. A. No. 81, meets tint and repairing of all kinds promptly done; Co., 16 E. Government street Whftii ,FOR ,HATCHING. and nice. cash ((69)
Apply to A. M. McMillan
Court Houia.
'
4tJ third, Wednesday evening at 7:30 p. I :STRIKE IS satisfaction guaranteed. 3aprlw:* in need call on us. 9feblm From my prize pens of S. C. Rhode 1&u,
ON'Thegreatest
a. Rafford Hall No Isalnd Reds
'and
10. West late S. C. Brown Leg.
:1a 3 deucla street r.; f : WANTED position in or out of MONEY TXANED on all.kimJs of p
: A. G. FELL, Prea deniahd: town bY. young colored 'man' having fonal property on shortnotice.. 1.50.per'setting of 13; or $6 per 100; good team of ,mules for sale. Se'

-J. H. SWEENEY. See. for 6, 7 'fand- 'room 'modern ever houses.known a good education and .can 4 most. Terms easy. J. B. Gray & Co., 2 'W;: also; agent for the famous Bant Incubators BARGAIN LIST PIANOS. them on his new float. fb2

Landlordwhy','not"build anything. Address 215. N. Rues St. ; Romana. Phone 1165- ifeb and. Brooders. Drop me a Plan mahOnnynne: FOR SALE.-Only 4 young Boar pig!
Pensacola Lodas No. them. I can 28marlw I card and I will Lester ; order,
4 1. call.E.. L. sired
: o. 0. McFadden by Duke of Florida 68923 out
Pen .coJa Lodge No. 4 L F. rent or :Bell such houses. ; give me a -, I MONEY TO LOAN.-on real estate or Prop. Myrtle flrove was .$350, "price) nbw: ,J275, used onlya of Orphan Lee. of
0. 0. P. l list Poultry Farm, R. Baltimore. 695ftAll
aeetfl every Thursaar andtiye.: WANTED other sufficient security by appb r IX:, No. few months. $10. :cash' Balance $8
veHlng at 7:30 partner; .in paying 'busi i ; l-Pensacola; Fla. guaranteed with registrations ant
: I : :
: "t the Dew hall on West :SPECIAL! BARGAINA ness. Will bear Investigating. Ing to Thos. Pebley\ cor. Palafoi and 7marlml 'I per month- pedegrees. Carl Setterlind, ChIpley
Garden I
Itreet. -'gOOd Romana, up stairs. 17noy-nt: : -, Irving handsome Jcase, was $300
Visiting
brethren paying turpentine business Small capital required. .Apply P. O. Fla. 26no',
<< .
cor1al1j MATTRESSES .
'nlte4. RENOVATED. New now $215 very'little' used: 'Terms __
E. for $!OOOo: Box 753. ; $10
GREENBLATT ; 17marl6t MONEY TO LEND-On .
good real estate ilek'urnlshed ON THE HIGH LAN -East Hill eleetrie -
? J. NEVILLE. Secretary. '40acre'1mpyovedfarng' |.' ,. if desired. All done cash $6 per month.: .
miles from security, or on good collateral, in I car line six lots 100 ft. front
for ppd order cn-short-.notice.
Pena WANTED-Contributions! the Or Leave Clutter, large .handsome mahogany
t ol ,t'NOr.tb J200, 'can: _sell at; at lowest rates. Leslie E. BrooJi, order ;' ,at Green' & by 137J/& deep, corners $700, inside
''v $600. < I phans' Home. Money; clothes! ;beat. building. : Watson. Phone case. ; was $400 pow; $335. >A_ bargain..
W. 0. W. Fisher. 21Jan i 93:-' lots $600: There are no better situations
ables etc., received. Notify.; Mrs.. \Vm. \ 1mar Terms $15'Xias.b;; $8 .pet month.MJhlin I'
Llvi Oak Camp NO.1 fisher, 'president Mrs! I high was than these lots. A. V. Clubb-.
W. u. W ; or. Jf. McK. MONET LOANED on all kinds of Ptlr- ; .grade-mahogany! ;
t, meets/In Pythian Hall 1st and 3-3 Oertin'g, secretary. 4mar Ions! property on shQrt'Dottee.. URS.. : CHUNN will 1 reclve pu- $450 now $390; reutd, only few, FOR SALE-Four room house with

Wednesdays la each month. Vlsitlw H./T jRAWFORD WANTED-The public to know that Terms easy. 'J. W Bullard. upstair* :pus in shorthand_her residence. months; $20 cash. $jo per-month. I bath, at Goulding, with two lots
321
Nr.
sovereigns. cordially Invited., ,: we can do all kinds of repairing: 28- South Palafox' St; Phone 1141. month )'In Barcelona' advance.St., Terms. $5.00 a Sterling, ebony''casej.:was $350 now Apply to L. M. Davis. P. 0. Box 633.
rPL4 F. A. BOOHICH, C. C. : ,15 South > Uf8x: Street float building, horse shoeing,' etc. Inqr 4mchlmo. $120 $10'cash. $$ -per monU1: City. IQ/aarlm*
J. '
9 LESLIE E. BROOKS. Clerk. I ; :: ;'" : ." G. Welsh Carriage Co. TO U.. .S. LIFE SAVING STATION Clutter, Urge size,::1 ahogany case;'..
27feb
I -.-" UNLIMITED amount or money to loan AND RETURN-The launch used seven inoni1 ,::..was $400 now FOR SALE.-Improved and ul1fmprJv
Woodman's Circle. COURT HOUSE DYEING. all kinds of Le- $275 $10 cash month. I.j I ed property in all parts of the cIty
1 : Pre ang! on personal property; Clair leaves Palafox street wharf 9 ; $8j er .. [
W. 0; W. C., OalpJrove. No.. 4,1 $700 and Cleaning Club, 22 ,N.DeV Uers Special rates to business men on largg W. daily: ; Fare 'rouaof trip 25 cents a.! Kimball; walnnccase;:was $375 used f J. A. Wilson & Co., Real Estate Agents

Woodmen Circle meets every : St., Mrs. T. J. Davis Prop. Your: patronage loans. The New YorkLoan Co.. .204% Special rates to parties. Pavilion two years now $185; $10 cash, balance Room 7, Salisbury building. Phone
Thun.1
day 3 p. m. 2d floor Pythian solicited; saUsfacUon''guann South Palafox.: ph ni.! ; C. H. Burton Manager. .$7 per month...-. 172. 23aa]

, Pou's stable, on Intendencia IItreet.1! 'Buys a neat\five, 'room cottage on teed. Careful attention given-ladies'; mch4-lm All of the.abOve: re'jqrlght) pianos AUTOMOBILES.-I am agent for the

$ Visiting sovereigns _cordially iavited. good East ,Gregory; 'rentsfa I per month. A garments. Phone 1222. 8tebWANTED.Haullng LOST MATTRESSES.-Wholesale and we guarantee .them.. 'We have 16 Pope Mfg. Co. and can sell you auto
Mrs. Leoaa Langford, Guardian Inv tmeat, anji square, piano ,ffo"m
to than
; Mrs. J-tr-u-rrL I IJ.OSTone j $45. SOCpet' from $500.00 They cost less
aad l JWLrkrJWrJJJ1fl SuW JWt Ut 'VatJW tail manufacturers.and up.
Olien. Clerk.HACK transfer dealers -
M. R in:
,-1 ; .,11200. work. Office phone 363; residence cotton," moss and'E. & c. mattressesand I week; gOOd for practice.CLUTT.ER.WJUSJC I horses to keep up. They can be run
pointer dog, white (
I iwih HOUSE In sand anywhere horse can go.
a
or
390. Acosta & \Kt Second
Gets five phone White 22-28 springs. hand
N.
room cottage lemon furni
with two
1 bath and ears about years old. R* Pensacoji
bought 'and sold Fla. Leslie E. Brooks.
:
St
Tarragona tutor :
25mar.WANTED. UDholsterineand -
reception halKi; "
Easy '
; : terms N, 8th I turn to 114 West Garden street. 3apr .- 7
NO. 16 avenue near-car-Hue ..exceileat j repairing aoae. Old mattresses -" FOR SALE My property 416 E. Bra-
borhoqd. ;' neigh- .-AH kinds of electrical renovated; new ticks furnished If dei FOR SALE-Iq:acre,fI, n.-Waeres: in of four lots 40
inard St., consisting
Ready at all hours to answer calls work. I sell'all kinds of electrical LOST-Horse shoe stick pin set with sired. '. 114 E., Belmont' St, pecans; 2mifersputh"5<[ city, two story dwelling containing
x150 feet
: tft any part of city. First class la I 30"EASf: HILL I LOTS batteries and other electrical. supplies. chip 4lamonds. Lost Thursday phone 771; Davis Mfg. Co.,'c. T. Da. C.St.. A..'.Ro R.f alid.UO acres, 20 6 ; a haIl bath room

very and respect fast and gentle horses 1 At $60 and up .f$10 down When you need< me ring 34 5 or 955. night at the opera house. Reward. Re vis! Mgr. acres..Improve&,.2\4mUes .from. town. closets and rooms pantry. On ways car line; will:
polite! drivers remain in turn to 313 W. *
Phone N o. 185. E. W. Peake. new Star Laundry Build- omana. SOmarlw Address J.- Hogebooin Aycock Fla
ElL
monthly .lostaUBjeats; CARRIAGES repaired sell entire for $3000.00. -
property
George K. Faulk. 'These are bar. E. Garden. and repainted. .
Ing. Smarlm
CI 15dec. '
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galas. 22eb
to .
'Floats built ordr. Horse Reese.TOR
I1w __ __ shoe L- ,
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XST _
STRAYED
; OR STOLEN Whl -
::! WANTED.-Re Estate ,for sale or ( ing & specialty, J. G. Welsh Carriage FOR SL\LE-Ten neir and second
$050.00 French duck e'ggl
poodle.- (Disappeared SALE-<;hoice Pekin
last
F. A A. M.. rent lease or exchange. YOur bust I Cop. 27fe!r I second hand1 'office- safes, different com':))
A regular communication ,ot Pensa- For flaest bulhtnc! site on E. ,Hill car ness respectfully soil ted.. J, At-TVIV Saturday evening." Answers to name, sizes .best nukes ',t bargain prices.Searrltf $1.50 per dozen. Single setting

eels Lodge No. 42, F.A.., !f.. will 1 line. Three-,lots1'coraer: ,- Gadsdea' and son, ,Real Estate, Agent, 22H W Gov.ernment C Of "Major. Suitable reward for return ; -- r----r Moreno,-"cfflce, Eat; Government brown Leghorn eggs $1.00 per nun-
to this -
office. ,B. P. rocks, the $5.00 per
29mar. same
16th ,
: Jbe held Thursday Bight All memfcers avenue", : street, Room 7. Salisbury I : FOR RENT St. .. /: 24rnarWANTED1 3 trios
; :: dred delivered in Pensacola.
'
*re requested to" be J bunding. Phone 172.. 23an] -, jnJuuLrL J.--. ,------- -
present and 1 fU'VflJ1,.I.I direc'tlons
} Joanjwaey. on of ducks at 5.00 trio. Plain
1f your $ a
.Ttelting J brethren'mrlted...- By order of f qYAEGER: NEW UPRIGHT PIANO to Exchangefor LOST-Saturday evening. gold rimmed AR.: _BlKGHAM has storage room for watcass; Jewelry! : and ;"penonal ef. given upon request to raise pou-:;
; T. E. HARVEY, W. M. eye glasses in L'ndenstruta i ;: :rent suitable for furniture or ,other fects. HIgbesrcaekprtd.tor-old! : : in successfully. F. :-'.
gold city lots
try
lot East HIlL Address
B. M. SOLOMAN "* on p, case. Reward for return to this '
Secy. N\.-? Thleten B lldln : 9'-1 : and 106 South
foods J04 Tarragona .
1ii. 'Phone 6S6 0. Box 207. Q1J and silver. L4ghtman&1eIn; 10$ E. Howell, Box 36, Warringtoa, f1a.tOmar2w.
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For-Sale- .' .-.----. ftrD1viELLLNs\ CHICK FEED MARKETS : "fl. ,, .............,..............4.........4444$4..Ht4

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*riRM.*'and Cottage FOR with Hill SALE large on ho'use railroad 80 acres., :barns; all located.fenced, ouluses. .. 'To',yQurneyrtjrhatchedbrood: ., Why.fill their' Naval Stores.. ff' IAUSIEY[ S: COMPANY i It

11" etc. Creek runs through the 'little crops:with meal or other' soft feed that Savannah, 'Ga., April 2.-'I'he: naval ,
4 or 5 springs are also on stores market cIo today a& follows: .,
and .
lf.n .
soon'.packs and sours causing fatalities ". WIW,.... .q..ssp..n.5 60W '
land. Plenty shade trees and ap- many ; os. pleasure '
.,!Ie peach and plum trees. when mixture <.J.... .; .. .: .. .,........5 45 4 COMMISSION' BROKERS it
of 20 kinds of -
pie; pecan oil!|. also ,have A lot cf fine breei? seeds and'grains N..... ,... .. I... ........5 30i ( tosCIIa' ,

TcKenb* ducks, hogs,'' goats, pea will; furnish.all: that nature requires to make ;::.. .. .: .. '.. .b9Se ....5 25 i
\ : geese and turkeys of them' :: : K... .. ..' ...... ....... ,. .. ...4 70 profit t II WEST INTENDENCIA STREET, PENSACOLA, ,EA.
fails!: pigeons thrive. ......... .
Reasonfor selling is that 1 .;} .;, I ... .e .. .p :, ; .4 35

all 'kinds to manage place, :A,.greatvtrj.a ,., ., 1 : '.., ..:. H ...... .,;1'.,... ... ...,....,. t. .....,.t 20 .to buy :
av' no one : G... .,. .'. .. W | Privat' Wire N. Y't;: N. 0 and Chicago. I
either as an Investment or Telephone} ;R :No. .. ,: ':: "' ''''1"3 ,,
S. HELEN CO.:. 334 .. ...
looking for a sdod farm onfbirh .F': .. .. .. .. .t... .. .3 8al I

for party make money. Everything .,...... ..'. .. ..,, :,'; .a..r.3 8aD always a satisfied customer :
: to .. ... GRAIN PROVISIONS and BONDS !
and just as repres Dtcd. No < .. .:Sd a S j..f" '" .3 83p. when:he "old! i COITONSIOCKs"
buys always ,
gel1l! ine Write or call on"W. H.'Morgan,' A .. .A.T.T .A. .V.. ..A A ... AAA A A ..' .. ,. .,.. .s .:..3 83 joe. i
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Pensacola, for further liartictars. : Spirits, Turpentine. 67 cents. a satisfaction when he
453.
IJOI Bought and Sold on Margin or for Investment.
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31mlr S.CR'E'ENS. 1 I Put them in before the FLIES and i'I
___ AUSLEY & COVs! REPORTS drinks it. it's so fine, and '
:: acres of land halt S. -a :MOSQUITOES get into :house. 5
roRS195i) your Cotton Market I: Reference: First National soi Peoples B! ks. Phone 1173 .
Bijlt rrom city northwest; 70 acres :>. We. can'fiirnish. them CHEAPER NOW. Liverpool pure, and old.:

timber und, sub soil clay; 25i under BRICK .....'.. ; '........_..Cl08l&n..J'eb. ....................................................
Isupppf: now hand **"}**:y.''***' **0o4 -
cultivation clay sub.soil. Dr. T., A.lAFar.
>19 Guillemarde St LPh9ne/l1 ,, H. G. DeSILVA CO. ?r.-Aprll.........................*........5,85 (u1measure-convenient package r ,
lIllar2W* __;, v.VM !.. + pril-May ....*.....*...;.. ....:...........*w>bo LOUISVILLE I. NASHVILLE '
VN ....... RAILROAD COMPANY
lodging house for : May-June....-,.. .681AugustSeptembar moderate price-sold everywhere"b&b" ,
roR: S.U.E'My i _..... ...:t.\ f..JJ.- '
t lunH'J ; ;!
"0 : 7: .8i' Local Time Tables Between sic ia Prints
p
sale. Fourteen rooms newly furmAed -i : : 4'T---;:? '. Jul.ihgust",.:.......:: .:.::..::.....:, .S84' Through and I and North. ...
; throughout. It is on a good --- -- -.w. WL. ------ ..' .....S.85 READ DOWN; ,! .; .. READ UP

paying basis and centrally located; September-Octobrt ....;.":...;.j'; J...',. 5.63 .'I r,' ;": atlantaMcMillan 1 .:-. Trains Nos.. <=0'1 t. ; ,fJ> '" Trains Nos..

from postoffice part cash. ... .. .. ..... .... : :0 '
iu Hocks ; : October-JToTember; ; <; .T .5,64 2 4" ". : 3 1
Mrs. B. M. :Trainer, '128% Noyember-Decembep ...........,....... ..6.63 ,.. ; '
Apply to -: :::: ; :- : ::: : : .:':. ;:' ::: :_' ._; 1\05pm\ : I.v[ ; :. .
' '' -- -:" J 11:55am. ,. r sac la. : .Ar. 6:00am :OOpm6:30am
St. 30mar Time .Deoe r-Jaluary .... ..........,.5.63.
E Government : Flies Fast I Ia I.1I Liverpool Spots,604. .5" I : 6Z0pm': Ar: h; ,,..Montgomery.. .. ...Lv. _9:35pm 11:15am

l()lTsiijB .Household' goods bed -. .. I 11:45am: I 9:10P: ..l_ + .& ...%..:ait\.ngham.f"\ .. Lv. .4Z3pni8:33axu: :
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jrlothmg, linen and dishes. Apply .j New York I --3flam.r.N_ a'S1nil1e. ., .J.Gv: 8.4aam 2.2aam
r Cotton Market
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5J1 B. Government St.' 25marlm t.:. :;;z 1>, ', ,>, : ; : : Bros./Co.MOBILE. 8OQpm3:37am: : 'Lr,, .'; '.."--NashviI1e..Ar; 8:17am 2:05am
F R---siLE-Nce: clean old newspapers I ..";.. ",;.., : ,:.'...:...t' "F.; ':- ". : Open, High Low Close' 1:25am I 8:15am 1 Ar. .- .-. .Evansville., .. .Lv. I 3:00am I 9":20pm
'. .. May lUG( 11.16 .1U7( J1.12 : '
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: -' "\" $ : .: ..s!. ouis.. .. ..
Ar. .I"v. 3:30pm
at are cents a bundle. This of : 'tt: : : Joly; l6 11X6: 1096 11.i4 7:4Qam 2IOpm t. 8:45pm _
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fice. __' !, 'fewdollars into.the I III' August 10.s3 I 10.89 1083; 10.89 7:50pm 3:27am Lv.0, ,. .NashvIl1e .. .Ar. 8:27am 2:15am
fOR SALE-Jly home corner 10 ave. .. put: .bank Octqber..z.-; : = 10.6 10.33 10.43 I 2Ham I 8:30gmAr: ,., .! !.LouisvtIle .. .. .Lv. 2:45am I 9:30pa
and Cervantes St. This Is, a bar. : reach week X>E month, soon amounts December.........1G,35 '10.1' 10.85 '10.45 7:20am 12:01Q': -f Ar. .. .; ...Cincinnati .. ., .Lv UOOpm 6:00pm

if sold soon. A. C..Binkley< ;-quite. r substantial .-. New' "Yod Spots.' t1.5"Wheat.fl-'- ,
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gain <; : ; : Between Pensacola Mobile and New Orleans.
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16 mar. f .
fOR SALE Eggs_from standard bred, '":"f,To place your money in' the ::bank '. May-'-0.:...OpenHirfr 77ii775, :. .I'(- Low'771 Close 7'iJ 64.7 2&3 '4&1 3&.2 1..45&.6

prize Binning Barred Rocks, fifteen: '. : ; }'aitd: :pa'y your 4bills by check adds to.yout : J.:. .. ".\'j\l'. ,..'ia rcSJ, m., ALABAMA. I 1:00am11:05pml1:55thLrTPensacoIa.. .A15:00amfT:00pm 6:30pm
$1.50; fifty $3. Also Ohio improved Corn.. "' f 10:4Sam 2:55am 4:12pmlAf.... .Mpbfie .Lv.112: amjll:59am 2:35pm
Chester White Pigs p digreed.- "Mrs. : business ,standfng :the commu-: : j .' .Open" flijfh 1" Low Close I 6:00pm7:15am.8l5pmlAr.. New.Orleang t. Lv. 8:15pml. ;. "", 9:25ctm

Lizzie B. Hughes, Chipley .Fla. .mty. .in which live: Jt May. 44,' U% 43ft sYa I .
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you saves Florida andAlabamaLAND
2Jmarlm : you .J Ilr! --. ...-. .4.%. 443 f':. 44X 44} Flomaton, Pensacola, River Junction and Jacksonville.
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: time! and worry; too, i in.the payment ofblllss New York Stock Market. j$ '3 Trains do not at
& C. BROWN LEGHORNS-Kulp-- .21 5'1 I 1. I stop stations 4 I 6 I 23DailyDaiIyDaIlyjDaJlY
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COMPANY I
: 1 "- Open C1oe1] where no time is shown DailyilDailYlbaiIriDail1
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record. "
Hughes Strains; egg per 4 "- ...... ..... '
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pullet The farmer's and fancier's *!* 1. Copper.....;, ........ .i..._ i09)60), 111';0'% Manufacturers of .... 4:55: 2:301:2:50 Lv.. ...F omaton .Ar. 12:45 1:25 8:25. ...

chicken. Eggs for hatching. An all 1 -Time is money. . : .A. S.R.................u....._.._:.1-2 14'! and Dealers in ?... 5,00 2:35 2:55.. .. .. ...Century12:40: '1:21: 8:21. }On
fertile guarantee. Prices: Pen No. ... Atch ..-. 84% LUMBER CYPRESS SHIN. ,.. .1 5:07 2:41 '305.; .. .. .Bluff.Springs. ,. *12:33 1:15 8:15....

1. $2. peas Nos. 2 and 5, $1.50for 15. A.B........ ...,160J ieiK. II.J ,GLES ,AND SAWED KILN-DRIED SAP. .... 5:17.2:51.3:20.. .. .. ..McDavid.. .... .12:22. 105; 8:06......

Sunnyside Poultry Farm, DeFunlak .R T}.,... 'f 8Sjj ,... 5:30 3:043:36.: ;. ..FrneBarren .. ... .12:08 12:52 7:55-

Springs, Fla. References-anyone. In B.a 0 ....................,,..... 112 lliJ ..,.. 5:39 313.3:50.. .. .. ...M3Uno.. .. ... .1159; 12:43 7:47.....
the city. ISmarlm Jane.: .."....................!...... 44%". 45 S i iC. ..'... *5:43 ... .404.; ", ... .Quintett .. .. ..'*11:5112:31 *7:39.. ....
SAFES !
T.NATIONAl.BANK .r.I .' .'. B7V. 67 i SAFES SAFES SAFES .....5:533:2641I.. p. ..Cottage Hill .. ... *11:44 *12:29 .1:34.. ..'"

FOR SALE-Grocery store and residence : B., .... 43 48U. Diebold:: Safes .... .5:51 3:294:15.. .. -.:Cantonment .., *11:40 12:26 1:31.,...
combined, including stock, : .g., preferred.......:_...}O v I)8lA() Buy .. .. .6:01.3:34 .{:23.. .. ....Gonzalez.. . *11:35 .1aU: *1:26 .....

fixtures ete; nice home good water, h B. .....,.;r......3. 83: Scarritt i Moreno Agent. ..... *6:03.3:36.:25.. .. .. .. .Roberts.. ... ... *11:33.12:19.7:24.....
one 'hole jjjodc under fence. Cash .i.t : ',_ .. ': 'OF.. PENSACOLA.. )! -FLA;. ', !..........;.."......::'f Wi t ]52Lesd. ... .. *6:15.2:45 .4:4-() .. .. ...Ollve.. .. .... .11:22.12:09.1:15.....
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only. Corner Maxwell and 6th ave. ..7 81.t1i 813V.01. .
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.W. H.. KsowL .Prea. ,W.K. HYXR.Ja..V.-Pres. and Gas'uer.. .. ........9..,;; .. ,(. 6:2l 3:5l54:4S.. ..Brent. 11:15a12o47o9....oj
Mrs. Z. P. Ryan P. 0. Box 614.. : -T. W. BBBST_and YT. N.ROBERTS, Asst.Cashier .U 61 61iMet. .;.i. 6:253E4'4f52.: ,. :... ....Go ding.. . .11:1112:017.05.: ....
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Dinwrois-F1: G. Brent,; W. A. Blonat.; W. H. KnOwlea, W. K., Hyer, % vtt.l.,**<** .*, ,116 l1 L .
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ISmarlm :, nP&O .... 6:30 4:00 5:001: Ar... ..enS.lCola Lv. 11:05 11:55 7:00No.21 .. .. .
"D. G. BtenUn.Ao. : ..,...../_....... ?..! im. 173LT.O _
-,.- -- 4 i !;_ ". '1 ... .: .. Wi 1467 I. SHIPPINGNEWSvSsls 1's : No. 2
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; n' I---- J., ,.. -r.. .., ff-,..' -- p.o. ....W..1..r....;.. ,;...i,..:* 94JS 94% I PI 'b I'' I I A. 11

legal advertisements ; .- ,-.. -- ..L., .' ,',' ,,,,.. .,,, R.D'G.--.'";...-:....:.?.- isr v "- 138 5:00.... ;.. : 7:00 Lv"1;; ..?ensaeola..Ar 11:15
; -i--- i 6t.'P.. 177% 177Ji .. .. ... .
,5:20.: ...... 7:13.Bohemia. 10:55S
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,- B.I.;-,....ki.fj.....-..t.om.. ,28J -' 28B ;) IK P.CRT. 5:22.: ...... 1:15.: .. .;. ,:;Gull Point. .. .. ...10:50..I. *10:53
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BIOS FOR' UN I FP-RMS.. I B. ................ 41 C $Steamship .
," . :5603.C. .. '''' -' -. "l'Jt. .. 5:25........:. .. ... ,. ..Ynie3tra.. .. .. .10:50
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Sealed bids win received by the J T.C.I......... y.'f-' ...:. "'... j49' ,,1fenna Belmont, Br ss,. I Clarke, .. . .
., August 5:29.: .... 7.18.Escambia. .. *10:41:
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Board ot-.Safety at the Clerk's office :'W.LAISA?, President .. "10HN PFEFFFER.. AsistaniCuhIa*. *.. ......,... : : .Yo.. 138" 15 14O34UiI. Kf 2967 Bremen to Gulf Transit Co: *i.lO'; ....12; ';,,., u7 .j ..Mu1at.: .. .. ...*10:19.. ..... ... *10:36
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tutu} S 'o'clockWdneday aflernoon K,..f.- 'CLARK.. Vice.President,- ... ashier.. !. ..W.ANDREWS, Assistant Cashier, -.r'O.. } 15I 'Dora,. Br. ss,'Mit. hell, 1459; 'Buenos S 5:45.: ... .. ..;:.. .'j ... .... ...IIarp.. .. .. .. .!iY.. .-....... *10:3'
April 4th. for summer uniforms- of the 'a r.r AyresV :' ; 5:51.. .. i-- 7a5-. ;4.a4t.LlIcrR; ", ..-.t." .. .... '.1O:2i
Police! and Fire Dep rtuent's''of1 keCity Ausley & Co.'s DaiP Conon Lett r. Aust Hreglich, 2321 i .. .l11Iton. .. .. : ; ....
NATIONAL BANK Emelia. ss 6:03. ... .: .. .739. .., ',.I : 10: ;) .... llt:14
of Pensacola, samples of'c1oUt THE AMERIC.N ?sTew York, April: -2.-'Liverpool. was Trieste. ." I 6:35... .. ....... ;:. ,' .,:.Good Rang ....._ .. ...'........ .....' .9:43

be submitted with bids/ The"jight; to lower' this mornin'g .1ts. .. .. ... ... ..... ... .. 915llIlll1gan.

reject any. and all bids is reserved. ._ ,bFPENSCOl.4rFLL,. .' :t :. Beamingly perfectly.:Billing". to .Jet l" tais I i Senator Holleseen, Ger .ss, Lange., .,7:26.. ..... 8:30.: .. ,.,, .. ... .. !'. .912... ... 8:52

CHAS. H. : LISS. May !. DEPOSITORY_ : OF' UNITED, : STATES. side set the: ;pace, ,spits. 'vere reduced. 1232, Cardiff. ,: '7:40.: .. : ...8:38" .,.Crestview. .. .. 9:0-1..... ..8:38 -
:NOTICE. ;. DESIGNATED.' '. '\ .. 3 points .on sale of 8,000 tales-I'I Spennymoor,. Br..,,:ss,. ,.Nairn, 1722, 8:09.: .. . :8:56. .. ,. .Deer Land..a. 8:03

The annual meeting- the'-atock- -. ,' ANTALSTCX'O9OOO.SURPLUS$69O.'o1REcTORs !}. :- the" s .I1.sf.tto: sor .e,.lays' showing I Hue!*},,, '; "- r 8:3 .. ... 91Q:; .. .. -.Mossy Head .. .. : :33.... ..s 7:40

holders of the PensacolaPerdido ,,, --- :' that! .the, spinner wa$ going t to.jest a. Ships.Orpfceus . \. : ::IDeFunlak Spnngs .... 8:13. .. ..6:51
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Railroad Company will be held at the C : ,' ". .' 3.: :' f: A .. :> --> \: little !andj!see what'American. weathetwas I ; -, Aust ship, Medanic, Tries .' 9:16..9:5. : .. .; '. ;.Argyl3! ... .. .. ... !,..7.J .-.. 6:42
t '" } ; 'going. tq do. ,1 contracts in the .* .. Der4on1. ... .
.. '9:57., I'onc .zzi 6:20
9:52. t. '
office of the in Pensacola, L. CovIpton Frank Rellly,: JVE. Brawner, te. h : "ir. ; ,
Ha. at 10 o'clock company a.. nil Wednesday J.Heny M. Pfelffer.J';: : ;:;.. W. S. RosaSco.v :, : ,C. V,1. Li mar," -- nglislr market, wefSTJeduced. .: : 4 to '6 ,QarK_ 1&:12: ...:.. ..... '10:10: :\ ., '., We t lI :":. .. .;.;'Z] ; .717 .... .;. 6:00
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May 2nd 1906, for election 'of;a boardof Bryan D unQdyi. T. FrkGQUIiflJR.Scutidrs,. points. ; t. & /'" Anna M, Ital, bIt.A1ces 868, Ha ... ..... 1.0 '. .,...Cary'ule! .. 7J12 .5.a2
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.our'.markets'.opend albo t 8 to 10 .. .. ....Bo ifay. ..... 6.:5Si. : .. .-'-
directors and transaction of other :}. M.'Averyv ; ,; \v. ".Milton. 0. E. VhuraDr. vana.,' 1'0.45. J ;: \' .'T- ..f2l;
x points lower and afterzthe call was .exceedingly ; .. ... .. .. .Chl1> .., ..... 6:37. .. .
business. As ratification of the acts W. L. Cawthon*. i ', W. JHannahKenzIe. Ocrtlng, : : GurU, Ras bk Blomberg; 70Z Bar- 11:12.. 10:47. ; : ey: ",,; ; [ / ::>s.
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of the Board of Directors /&IexMcO&4n: ,: r ; C. M. CovlngtOflM.; .. E.'crar .- I dull. The bears seemed to baatoes Pensacola Lumber Co. 11:29.. ...... 10:581.. ., .. ..Aycock-. .t ", ,6:27. .... ..!. "'4:39

an additional l issue of bonds, providingfor is one r'' ': '..' : .'. .I. .. be contented. ,. to, let-matters rest for I II I PrecuKgre., Jtal bk Schiaffino, 5O3, 1143.. .. ..._ Jl ..,. ..,.Cottondale.. .... ... 6 18 .... ....' 4:24
the present wf i1e_ tile longs eagerly: 12:101.... .. : I... .r ,.. ; ... ... -t:5i: :
SQf c ( to Rosasco Bros, .
of the propositions to :be voted on, It ,AciontjfBkC1idIvi4uit5COrPOratiOflafldiIrrflS: t.ed. Genoa 1\i:25\
: j I icl-nneiJ"the! weather board for some Scillln, .Ital >k,. Zsno 1220 South- 12:411.: .. .. \.:. ,, .. ... .... 3:19:
1 is particularly desirable, that the .en 'Fourpor: cent lnterat Paid enjime. Deposits. .' I I feigns of ,bad weather;jbu>t the map on 'Rosasco Bros. 't1Z:5 ;.. .. 1j:52... .. : ... ... 3:07:
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hampton
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tire share. capital: i be, represented, "',"- ( the-; whole was not* encouraging to Startherat Br bk, Maitland. 1272. .1:13 .. .......1202:; r' .MarIanna..6:00... ........ 2:4';:

either transfer in books person:will or be by.closed!proxy.' April The I__",-.. .I .,.. 1". . -- -. .--- [their side of the house while it Is Antwerp,. <. 1:30..H ....'. n5.; .. .i: .... .... .... 2:30
rather ... .
: '" true temperatures wer3 colder I. 10:50. ... .. '7:4OAr ., : I .... 4:00Al :
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thand, remain HENRY closed McLAUGHlIN until. May 7th., ...J...S... KESSBPrOTlfl... ..iioi., !.. ..............B...W....MENEFEE........; .Cashier.Y.......i J fair than and was warmer desired 'the weather forecast thoughout was for Donna. Christina Schooners., Am sen, McLeod- I. I. .-.I.'i:4: L. I AM I I j I.._PI__

President R. M. ,CART VicePresidentTHPthPISBANK most of the belt. 165. Cardenas Trains 21 and 22:and trains 2 and 3 carry through sleeping car between
: Joseph JJawthorn; Am sch 516.Hoffse's. River Junction and Seaboard Air Line.
: Pensacola and Jacksonville via
still h
;
gh-
i M. Price was predicting .
In Escambia County :Circuit Court I OF PENSACOLA.. to J. A. Merritt & Co.
but he took of it out
Sate: of Florida" .In Chancery. Charles DIrector5rL..J.IYti I' J. &. Reese, W. DeC; Kcssler. R. M.-Cary,' | f l,n r talk:prices when, the market most needed .buying John. Paul Am :sch. 352' bss, to J. !Trains stop on signal.DWISBUWBIH. _ _ _-_-,- _ -

3. Coston vs. American' Blower W. A. D'Aleniberte, T..A.. Jennings. J. J. H otcn. .. orders. Talk is cheap but it won't A. Merritt & Co.
Company, a corporation* On .Monday; 'RN8ApTS'-A-GNERAL: BANKING 'BUSINESS. : :' Thos.: S. Dennison, Am sch. Wade
: juy cotton and it takes "buying to putmarket
r the! 7th day of May. A. D.,,JS06> the *' 'YOUR ACCOONT IS RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED. .. ; 1329, Baltimore to order. HAUTE R* ;ARE YOU READY ?
defendant : up. Union,Br sch, '7%, Tela, Honduras.
American. 1 Blower Com* "' !' rberapid improvement in the'sta'tstieal' :

fany, a corporation, is required to appear cStton -
: position of must soon
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to the'bill suit It erel Rheumatic Pains Quickly Relieved. \
against
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This order: t.be 'Published! once. each, ? 7 ", be reckoned' .:with .as" ,a factor of para- The excruciating pains characteristic -1] Those cheap rates expire April 7th

week for four (4) cons ut1ve weeks L mLTON GRQYP; wior. T.E..WSLLUS, Vios'PBSSIDEST.MANgFJELD : mount import nce. Ier.etofore's. rheumatism, and sciatica are I / to California and the Northwest.
R.M. ; !I __ MORENO AssJ' PAS9' |1atlT.surface ,influences. have Leeii
m The Pensacola Journal 'a newspaper BU8U1 quickly! relieved by.applying Chamber-1 I Each first ana third Tuesday tick.

published in said EscamWa County. Cll .tts atonal13anft. t the present real as significance to destroy that in a would measure nor- lain's .Pain Balm, The great pain re-i eta are almost given away to Texas,
of the liniment has
A. JI. lieving power
McMillan '
Clerk Circuit of Peusacola, Florida. mally. be attached but'th time is fast Oklahoma and that section.
Court -'S.-; << the surprise and delight of thousands
By L. G. Aymard, D. C. Pen.sacola been
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when widespread .
:; DIREcroPos. approaching the consumption of sufferers The quick relief First class round trip convention
Fla.
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April 2nd 1906. '
hprit G eft.' W.1riE.it- 'Morris Bear. T.;'B.Welles. Hi*M.Eobmson. L. Hilton Green. the, world over must eithsrt : from pain which it affords is alone rates to California in May and July.

GlhlRAL. AWING'BUSINESS TRXKSHCTEO t be checked by increasing values or;i worth many times its cost. For sale Through Pullman Tourist Cars from

In Cou iJudge's;; else it is likely' that the trade will be by all jgints.F. r_ Washington. D. C.. to San Francisco
Court Escambi
1 f
compelled to adjust.itself to more or via Atlanta, Montgomery, Mobile awl
of County, Florida. By the County 'Judge '. -- : less famine conditions. Should ths New Orleans and Southrn Pacific
said! County. Whereas John ; 1-Tl-w-w-If! -!. weather become- such a character 1 I $100.00 REWARD (Sunset Route) and from St. Loqi-;
"eiffer has ; ,
appliedto this for : < '
Court '
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delay' the de Wabash and Union Pacific aaJ
; as- to either materially: I via
Letters of Administration cum testafflento I Jr.ca;," & .- .. CQ.w J10.SiHo 'lfas3rl, 1
R r,..,. '. \O' Se .,.. yjlppment of the new! .crop'or in 'any[L $100.0 reward will be paid for' the Kansas City.
Ounn, late annexo, 'on h6" ,esatot'JO, !U3 ,saleandBeUllDeaie .ra* way.' curtaiI the, widely ,.a accepted f arrest and delivery to the sheriff of) We iave Jhe best service to China,

toa of ,said. county of' 5scm; I AnthracitexandIBlkcfcsmith ty..t'a< larie, ate ia Jhe\rcre-1 I iValfa'n: county..,. cne Charlie .:Uenqls.i Japan and Hawaiian Islands.No .
These ?Bom stifc i I '
,
admonish are, therefore, to cite,an:>1 Steam 0'A L' age 'a jnuch, higher,, leyel of' valueswould '.a negro. Pescrlptfon: He'glit 'feet trouble to answer questions.
all and singular kiadh'J1and '
the ; ., not seem out of 1'ne. But 10 of'li; Inches; ,weight about 160 :or .
& ol creditors of said deceased, la ben omq -o,. 43 outh Palafox street Telephone g 3. pending further developments along 170'poundS; bright mulatto w.Uh.:med: J. FVAN; RENSSELAER,

apear'bel the-} 8th re this Court, on D.1906j or before Yard corner.Tari.gona 'and Gonzalez streets. Phones and :372 !R |hese ,lInes we are. inclined to. think. ium, large eyes. Has scar ,o'a upper'; Q.. W, .ELY,T. P.A. General Agt
day of May. A. .J JI.1r'i: : that prices will 'cont'nueto: follow. of nose and when last: '124 Peacbtree St.,
the Tight
and file --- ::: -T .. v lip Jo, .
to the objections if any they :have, < :"'t. their, recent' errticcourse.TL -. i seen' he"wore 'a blue faded jumper I :: Atlanta, Qa.

otherwise grantingletters the as aforesaid =- ; "' market is essentially: .a scalping overalls! ,)I. gr y', aP.'a. new pair of No.- THROUGH} SERVICE _i_
same will be granteda ; : l one depending wholly upon the. S fine sharp toed shoes. Reward to| VA'I -
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prayed Witness my name as -I T --- '?B. !2! weather, for its 'movl" Il nts and we be paid by:'J. A. Richbourg & Co.. I L.&NE.&T.H.ind C.&E.I.; '
County 5.I j
this Judge oflhe County,aforesaid ; ": T- -, <:)rd.er Y ottr' -. I t think likely ,to remain so for Crestview, Fla. Vestibuled 111ruglJ'1ralu Dally; Pensacola, SI Andrews and
2th :
; day ot March,1906. aicf WOObjJI I r some. t'me! to com : We do not t t 2 NASHVILLE TO CHICAGO 2
ICE COAL. .
I .
?; Unger. County'JQdge.. ;: 1- '- Gulf Go.
.tmaraw6w HenrY'1 believe for a moment: that there is ,. New Suits, Filed-- THROUGH. SLEEPERS no DAY COACHES' Steamship
"' "-it k tram IiI any likelihood whatever of either 'asqtleezeor SEW ORLEANS TO CHICAGO '
filed
new suita were STEAM TAllPOl'lw.
dFuet ..CompanyDon't .. a corner under present con- The following I t, DINING CARS SERVO Alt.\ MEAL* EN RCW rE'
--h.- consiicrs'Jco
v NOTICE i I dit'ons, although' the heavy interest t yesterday in the office theclerk of D.l.HILUUa.P.S.lB5aE8' ';Act. 5. BARROW, Master.
police is : 1 t : d..T&. fna; Pht9ie '257 g the circuit court: I II tv>aev xt it* MJtNvtU. nO ll.
hereby given to creditors i4 a., a .
;
Je..atl't's O t }In ths market whlctt has been accamUating flRST.C1A.PAJNL11a AND
I ;I
"stributees, and all other .----- -- .. ( for some Unfe1 may at times I Chaa,.JI.' CQ3on", vs.
persons.paving 'claims 'or' demands.against. : --:,, ','- .. ,:. bause violent fluctuations! but we do 'Coi,..damage: ? f200;,, Chas! If.: tfcs- -Betwwnl-
,
the for plaintiff.
estate ofWm. J. de.eeaed j ton. ,aitor ey i
Hahn'
anticipate any permanent adVance PENSACOLA. MOBIL!!. APALACHI,
; .1119 I{ f;. T. 1fep elhall r, 'VVOOD
vto Present the same within ". from the present level neither F. P., Levy vs. '' COLA, CARRABELLE. ST. ANDREWS .
1wo '
((2)) )years to the :undersigned! at y.- I attachment damages $215; R. P.. MILLVILLE.I
: Shed look material break. -
Nieed r Carriage do we for any
( a '
,
*
age lIilI ou plaintiff.: want.
Florida who I Rees&'acthrneIfor that
has taken kinds
All
OUt letters 1 'for- the wagon and farm-- impl?ments t Protted'Iroiml There -are 'alwaY1> -conflicting .reports .' you And all point on St.> Andrew QaCarrabeUe /(
testamentary. upon thees- : ; orta Ishe from the farmers at ths season of and AP.f.Jl fl1cola.
tate of the .. weather they will last longer and Perform Weak Digestion]
said the rFor ,
deceased. Samantha : : a SCHEDULE
; the and :they are notoriously
r, lIahn, Executrix. 6maroaw8w .*" : mqre; satisfactory! service.. i t unreliable year, but the government :weskly No nie.dic'ne: can replace ,food butChmbetlain'g OAK AND FINE Leave Peiisacola SUnday, 8:30 a,,
: I 1 Stomach and Liver Tablets -. Mobile Ala. ,
We Wffhtio'Fvrnish the Lumber I .weather reports will soon 'be In evidence m. for ,
The Stockholders Meeting.n "-ae11 as the nails and other hardware necessary-In. 1js I again and they can be. relied will )help you' to dip-est..yonr'foodIt .. cheaper ,than you can buyIt Leave Penaacola. Tuesday. *:2O a.o. .

a1).IIual) : etllis: ot the .stock, ', :' t re'c'tlon: Fra'JI 'ng .may ba had for' $16.DO; siding 1OOOP upon: 'to 'a certain e'xtejit and wfif'! of. is iat/the quantity of food to taken the anywhere. Any. tot you for St.Carrabelle Andrews andfnformattou, ilillviillacaicola < A
and
OcIauo ofthe, Pensacola Carnival As. .\hingl s'$1:1 and'52.25 and wirenalls on a. J2.35 base. course have thelr'inlluence upon. val-t th'at gives strength: vigor nnediatt
n will, be held amount digested and .' .
on Tuesday; ps from week to w e1. system/but the points. '
April 3, 1906, at 4.'clock:'Pm in''the assi1 1i1 ed: If troubled with 'a weak want.G. For additional apply tj

OOns: of the Camber of Commerce- SaJij kM111Con'pany, Keep your bowels regular by the j digestion,. don't fail to give these Tablets IE.1: SEWELLPhone. J. R. SAUND.ERS
Prwldeat
Salisbury ben- COBB
; building. Ele tlon ofdlrec, use of Chamberlain's Stomach and :trial. Thousands have been a It. Frt. and Pass.Peosacola \rt.t

Js'rf7..JI'hl 21 East Cas'den.Slreef. Jiver Tablets.' There is nothing better 1 efitted by their ?se. They only costa 61.4. Gen.. riaJ.
F. F. BL'\GlfAM. Sec., '. ..:"' '1 .. -" all druggists. quarter, For sale by all druggists.
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ISSUES PRIMARY GALL .
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: t ,.. ._ : .Sefectea: ; grains : and perfect
$12 $15 .
itti and' : : -'! I-IHAYNER : ,
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I FOR! E:'SOAMBIA COUNTY. -ELECTJONS "' < -
thereof. .
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Suits : Wtjj.'Y ,LL BE HELD1 6. Said primary .election- shall be -
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f. % conducted in accordance'' with the primary -1 WHISKEY 'MkRCH.
t& ON MAY '15-OFFJCES TO BE election laws of the state of'' \i iI

1 Florida The voting shairbe}: "'Ijy'taK:

t Are a Mighty I- VOTED.FORAND RULES OF THE 1 lot the'prepared provisions and of in the, accordance Stats, Election.with., I A FULL pBTS'. ,$.q.20: !'I
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PRIMARY WPAywT55ARGE3! .% T.
Law shall be print.e& and dls-
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Strong tributed under the direction o.f, ths")ICO'Unty Wettlll! send( rou.JU pWn state .. .'.. Shipments:" FQreign'P rt.s.$ 'Dui-
Executive ComnWtce.On case with no marki to show contents
The following 'cll -"for the primary said' ballot''shall be printed tha
a Proposition. STQCIC.RYEfW .
election'to be: held :May' J5th, 1906, of all candidates foi"national and $3.20. and we will pay the express .. .... .
has tsen Issued by .th'e\ Democratic state offices and other candidates; as. charges. Try'it, have ymf doctor test ''OverlOne Million.
}-4x They are.tailored by ther1t Committee of cambia fixed'toy' .the state campaignC9mmittee : It,test It any wzy JOII" like. If you- .
:; Executive -and' next in order the/jf ames, of!' doa't tInd It III,rizht and tte-purtst _. -" :;. '!f .
test needle and shear artists _
County. 'ItyiShowg the offices to be candidates for coun y' an|. all other aid best whiskey JDU.,ever : R'e
qf4 in the world. Made : aid tasted!, ship :t tack tOUSat Shipments .from the port Pensa- ', ;
ycted. for .the aunt each candidate offices; In all' cases th(; .IJatneS .'of J ;1. :
-, of rics genuine and the-all fit and wool finish-fab1! is assessed who enters this pri candidates shall be arranged in alpha. our win be expense promptly and refunded.your $3.20 betical: rder all Jn" a .much larger"-valuation than :was aniipate4. -
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4 This amount must : sutosfaijt'a'lly .conformity .
: are such as will! pease! mary. accompany '
with the ballots .used. in -general At our dtStnleIY.en of : not >cte 1 that i .'
It'.was: exp:
cv the most exacting dresser. .the"application of the'party desiring to elections. the largest ,and best -. v Pure and stimulating. Least
I ., We also have suit the total would reach one million .
hav3 his name, printed upon the official The clerks equipped in the world.we 1 ,
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: at {6.00 with a agrdual 'inspectors; ,and to distill an average of..9,580paDoBS -
'The-.cailHs: dollars, bill the valuation went above
ballot as follows conduct th first primar/-election will WHISKEY reactive effect .due
of PURE its
increase in price to $25. : to
I Pu.rsuan to: &e ,CU ,f the .State be appointed"toy the County Executive a day.When you _ chat ,figure.. ", ,
;4 Democratic' Committee of the State of Committee' from ,a list submitted for buy HAYNER' WHIS- As usual England ,headed the list, '

BUY NOW FlOrIda; a- .prIm rt :"ejection of the each precinct by the members. of the from KEY.lUoes our distillery'dlrectjto thus you :ni the.valuation'shipments, of jo,over that half country a million..havinga ,perfect aging ,

I Ii Democratic.party will\ be held .in Es. committee from ,the. precinct for. ,approval assuring yotf of perfect 'Z,' This Tasdue: to-the fact that two"or 5- "
camlbla' '.county :()n Tuesday, May 15th. toy the candidates a meet- pin-ityand uvlngyoiithe _ ; ; Worth while
went to __
pf to
i FOR EASTER. 1906, for Jfte, 'purpose: bf nominating: In',; .to be held in the c :untf court dealers' big profits. BAYKKR -._ _ (pibre hat ,c largecargoes. cotton your get
candidates for the following offices: house in the city of Pensacola 'on-'Sat-- WHISKEY is pre _ untry ,
3rll f urdayApril 7th, 19Q .. at 8 o'clockp. &c.ribedby doctors and ... :During:1he: month twenty vessels r ; '
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; in Congress
Representative- used in hospitals and by half a million sat entered from foreign ports and'three ,: -I it.'Ph 1I1
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and all 16, Lewis Bear
Congressional "District. m. candidates are.Invited isfied YOU e & Co.,
customers: That's wby should. from domestic'ports, while twenty
2 Justices the. Supreme Court. and earnestly request attend", this trylt *esels. cleared for foreign ports and, -'.' 40f40&PaIafaz. St. and 2-10 Main St.,

The'John While Store: 2' Ralirbad [Commissioners. meeting. .' WBITS OT7B S1AEE8T' 01TXCK four for domestic ports. Seven licenses "I3, '. ., Pensacola Fla. 2
1 State: :"Senator.Z 8. This County Executive: Committee THE HAYNER DISTILLING CO. were issued to Vessels to engage -

6"801.11.' in Man's w..,. Members'.of. in
Pensacola "
/ on Friday, May _ST. LOUIS.E.S'I .PAUL. MINN.Orderi were issued ::to vessels to. engage', in

.205-207 S. Palafox, Street : 1 County/assessor: of Taxes. canvass 18th at the 8 .o'clockp returns,\ and mv and' declare publicly the N.IlexOre.for Aril.., Usah.: c.i*Co1..ldaho.aab:or Vfjo.Mont-.Ner.. roust b,,. the. fisherIes ,trade. De : 1uter: ((Holland ) Gin
1 Tax Collector. on the b..i.014'ti&TS for 4.Oo by :MPBS.too Tile Exports.
Phone 252.Marine 1 result of the election and decide in ,or w quits! for f 1* 0 by rsiieui raIPLID. '. .
CountyTreasurer. The shipments to-the various ports .--_ ...". Ti.'i .- .". :
5:Contf Commissioners. what cases second 'primary'shall. be DismiifiT. TBOT, d; Erioosm'I8G8.m and their valuations., were as follows ,- .... ". -- .', ---r'- -. -
3 Members! County Board of 'Public held.. : Caita1$500,, OO.OOPaIdIaFui1' : -" '-

$ --I- i- Instruction. < -.:. 'FRANK REBLLY Austria H ..,... .. u' .*.>.L ...$ 29,750 I IFci ..

1 Supervisor- Regstration: of Chairman Escambia County Democratic l Qe. .. .";. -.. u:-.l'i:'*..141,411I II. :
?# Grocery ,Co. Electors. t I. ExeCutive .Committee. ,. .0 .4\: : : .7 .:.-- ;..' :.146,394: .Death and Taxes

Justice ty the Psace, 'Districts No. W. JONES.. Secretary.. Netherland's' ,.,. .- -..,.....-**<-.** '40,852 ..
4 ;!1 ,604,' 606, COS. .6.10 S. Palafox ,St. 1, 24'S and 7. I ,, I REAL[ [ESTATE T Fortugal: s. '.-.- .. ;. ..-. ... .. 8,186 :" me'a&ztteajy: : the -only--sure things in life. What you

Phone 723.; 'Constables Districts.. .No. 1. 3, 4 and.I I COUNTY DEMOCRATIC' Spain, ..-:':b.-- ... .. S.. .. .62,612 -'-ar'e.Ba.Ce.wlll"'f. happen- .you. are wise if you prepare for
?. ; EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE" England. .- ,.; '.';. .''. .'.:.;-- ;;;514.56'2 'Ihe -
V. J. VIDAL Chairman. Democratic County Executive -I ._ '" pcotland..v"v; .;' .'. .105,753 I; EqiritaW.esCpntftinoui? p .' -' .
Manager.. Installment
Copunitt'ee., r There will be a meeting of the Ouba. ... ..1 : :. ... '. .. :s. 6,521! Policy" :
THE.% : .H'ME' OF GOOD-, THINGS. TO I Secretary Democratic County Executive -I County Democratic Executive Commit TRANSFERSFoflowing N [ Argentine ... ,;. '... .; : ;.. 32,652 : "hai.:'ahj'-tlie' good features of thioidpollcjes., and decid

. EAT' . I Committee. : tee' held' at the court house Saturday Uruguay! .. .:. .. ... ..... ,e.-39,200. :.' edly.: new features that 'were formerly never dreamt of.
?4 } .'. : 23 MembersDmocratic: County 0 r at- 8 o'clock'p. m., April Jth 1906 for : .. Let.o explaln: .! it to you.
-- t. Just.Received: Executive! Committee. f the purpose of appointing clerks" and is .?.'lSt.! of the:deeds recorded Total .: .. ."$1,187,599A : :: : -.j-> ,

Halibut Chunks. Halibut Quick .LuncH 2. The-name-of 'no person shall be I inspectors to conduct the -'(tp!' mary yesterday .reported, by' the Insurance: K'n' wles RfflQ Gen'! Ats

L4: 60> Jciifc ol fancy -Mackerel. $1.25 per. printed on'-the' official ballot to be I! election of May'15th, 1906. and for Pensacola Abstract..Coi. -r' Thousand -Pollar'*.Worth, of Good. ':Fire,.'.Life. ? 0. Pensacola
L,1 kit.! .. used 'saJd -electionunless' he the transaction of any other business. : :;
601 J kite Salmon $1.25 per kit. certified iscandidatey, the : bel FRANK! REjIL-LY, ; Alexander Brown* to- Hosra Johnson ] t"I .have been :afflicted with kidney I:- '- ." E.o; .. _
60.f kits halibut dna, $1.25 per kjt Congressional or W. C.TON'ESChairman." 'begnning"a! { 'the NIW" corner o f and bladder ti-b blefor years, passing :-"- -
or
Committee unless
't 50 kits of Cod Tongues and. Sounds. :: Wl stones- with excrucitih! ", ,
he shaH' Secretary. the SE% Sec: W>; T. 2. S. R. 30 ; gravel :or I
$ .%( riL' -. file i in; -wrlt'ngwith OIl or before tha April chairman 26th, 1906 of i then running S. 2 acres, then E 2* .pain,"-says A. it. Thurnes a swell : .. ............................
Milkers and Roes .. -P7s1A.Cax.5&
Bloaters ,Herring known that'operator' -'Buff&IO"' O. 1 ( f .
acres, then N. 2 acres.then W& acres
this County Executive
; Codfish: Pickled Salmon. Dill. Plckleai: of his -candidacy and Committee'applicationto notice YOUNG PEOPE"SPENDANENJOY to'' the point; of beginning acres J60Clyde got ha relief.from medicine until I:bf i: .Iron' Works
Krout.
Sauer
tri German'Pfgs Fet In kits. $ ..OOWs4 ha"e-hlr name! placed on said
Marie wU and Lange's Fruit .Caka and 'aib! pay'to: the treasurer: the 21, block 16, Mai nt- Tract. .','.(Z5G-a( d! the result was surprising.' :: few i: MJSSS tureji d' Repairers l MACHINERY AND BOILERS,
other ..doses"started the substance \
considerations.A. ."- brick'dust-likf. .
,%44 National. Biscuit CoVFruIt ,Cake 25e assessjneat&'ere'.naftejp-: Only large party of friends of Miss Emma : ,MILL'7 STEAMSHIP SUPPLIES. STEAMSHIP ;
per pound. persons whose names are printed on Greninger gave her a surprise: Sunday A. Fisher'io4intse: Si: Howe lot and 'nOw-have.ho' pain'dicresin'y ftEP"'I\S'' fPECUtTY.' Prompt>> attention given i
the evening when called 1 to'10,'incltw'.ve;btock'10iEast; King kidneys and I feel like a evian.Itbaidoneme to all orders .
We handle the celebrated blends of omclalf/allot shall be voted for : they upon day or Wt.eati for James McKay & Ca's
I Coffee *oas.ted-by the: Gulf city Coffee in said. elation.,Said, 'noUc'a and applications her at the .home' of Charles Hartman. Tract, Belmont ;rHumberint1'1 'and(. flOOQ worth of gnod"'oley's Timber;JBHSJilBO'chjifns of all descriptions.: ; Office celebrated Log and
.I Co, H.. Chlpman.-.. Manager. ehall. be. in; form. substan The evening! was most r.tpe6santly other on lderatlons." "' ', 'r- Kidneys Cure .will cure' every 0 cleJlce e.. n..._., b. Box 123. PHIL WJTTMAN phone 123. Resi- i

a Oaiaca, 35c ,Ux; Gold Standard. 25c tially' as, follows. spent and many-April fool )jokes: played "Geo. W.; Howe-:tcf' A\ A. Fisher! N& form "of kidney or' bladder disease. W.. .. ,t ....tt ......O ......,..Mgr......
of 143 New :A: DTAlem'berte! ; druggist'-and :apotheciry. +t
Ib: Diamond Blend.25c Ib; Golden. Frank: rReilly, Chairman Democratic including the cutting of April tool block' City Tract/.Jl'ahc '

j-) Bio tOe Ib.Strictly. .County xecutlve Committee. cakes. a featurewhich 'was hugely other;considerations.. ri'--, .;: "' : '' -, :. ., ....... ...... .. .............................
fresh .1 :;: :
r .roasted ; .
and as -good Dearv Sir 'it. file this noticeof my enjoyed. Vocal and Instrumental .,_ ; .....
as 'any Coffee: sold In this city. candidacy audapplicationto have my music was rendered and.refreshments \ -t'0""; S;,' S ;' ** .'! T.3' ', : Lt'I ... ... -.. .
tt. : Send ns your orders and we will de name-printed on the official -ballot, as I served the guests before: they depart BUILDING gOOD YALKS. '" TH-ROYALCLUB ;: .
HAVE
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'. liver .pro: ptb'. candidate tar ......i.. ... ,.. .. ..at thePrimaryElection'to ed. Those who werg present.were. ; Mr. Raymond JEarise and: Mr. P. Me- ;" ,'EtJECTS'?, 'NEW OFFICERS ANY i

I : be"held fay 15th, .''Mr..and Mrs.. W. H. Capo of .Lou's- Lellan, of East Zarragossa street have -1. .
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S 1906. . ville;' Mr. and Mrs. P. Switzeiy New just had' completed l elegant cement -e i

Ii A I ama white democratic "vofer" of Orleans ,Mr. and Mrs. S. Bergin.Mr sidewalks in front of their residences, The 'Royal'Club; composed'of-young GAS

Precinct ..... .-& of Escambla County, and Mrs. c' Bei-gin. Mr; and .Mrs., C. which are "the first -on this street'lkeeping. men of the city hed'an interesting ;;_ TROU84ES ? i

Florida and 'declare" my adheren 'to Hartman;Mr..and. -Mrs. It4i : the principles and "organization the and Mrs. W. Walthera Mr: and Mrs: ments made byv the cltyoT..The walks the-' o1d'armory1iail.There, was a t 'f.;.;. < '. : :
Democraticparty, national, state and M. E. Thorn Miss M.'Adams, ;6f Baltimore were constructed' by-' Mr. '::'Lf '1ty1lle' .I largfr"/attendance;of members, and after =: ,k. 'W&wIsi-to-adv1se- consumers who have any

county, and-J'-pledge" honor to Miss S. Bergin, Miss M. Bergin, the experieh"cecF0cment 'wor-ker who ,rthetransaction; of businesS' -the 1 4jjpu61ewhatever: with either gas'lights," heaters or i

I EXP.R SS abide' by and support the result of Miss M. March, Miss O. .March- Hiss is doing su&"&:&lleut work in paving following.01!: cers .were elected! ... :: cooking rang S. to" 'p mptJY! advise us. as we have
.. said --primary election' and to vote for K. Greninger Miss E. Grenlngerj; DeLuna':stre ;'ind are am'ong th i .President- J. H. Miller.VIcPres1deutLBorras.. Jt ,cops 'ofgas experts always at the disposal of gas V
PREPAID'1 the nominees th r of.r. ."- : Messrs. C. Hartman.) ,Licata, A..WU-; : few best co'nstt ctedt'walks in the ': .: eon5unesto remedy any gas difficulties' you may :

... ....:. ......'..'. .'. .. .... .1. Hams. L. 'Vlns n, A. C. -Christopher-. city.. : *- '. .'yi &cretaT -:.A, J. Murphy. experience+,' ... ., :
.3.- Tbo assessments fixed -"the son and J. D: Bergin. :t'. .
J' by Treasurer? Kl mpkerergautaMrmsH. .?
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; \1<< committee and which candiates are -- -. .. ,--..-- --- ;lS Mertins. I I .
required to-pay-te Jas. McHugh treasurer A COLOSSAL GORGE.t Trustees- .:'Golay and B. Olsen.COFFEErDEMONSTRATOR .
; on or before'6'o'clock. p.. m.April [ PCflSa1a.GaS;
: . 26th are -a& follows':' IN THE HOMEis The Sobllve B.a.tle* of 'the Grand [, Company I
State Senator.\:: .. .. '
> ,? 18.00 Caayoa pf Arizona. ; '
IvL I Dor ::: Members -House-.of 'Representa- where Hosteller's Stomach Bitters This terrific gash Is more than 200 .1 TO, BE HERE TOMOR1ROW I, Phone :1481.. 24 and 27 E. Garden Street. :

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_* I L1J County-? 'Assessor of.i.' Taxes.( ....100.00Tax 18.00' has proven its wonderful-merit' thous- miles long and more than a mile deep, ........' ......-....................................HI
DELIVERED ands of'times -
T4 Collector ,'. _.. \ ... ... .. 100.00CountY' I' Is" it your family during:remedy the"past'53' If years., I, and From its area exceeds.2,000 square miles; On account of the death of the child
not
the
-i Treasurer. ... .... .. El Toyar: rim, on which I
jpoo 100.00 make change today aud.get a bottleof' stand to the gleaming' snow veined of Mr: and Mrs. James T. Gerelds, the
Candidatefor County .Commis '. store' will be' closed today therefore.
1M sioner. ... ... '.._ *.,. ... 10.00 .crags on the opposite side of this stupendous :- ,he'demonstrator for Lonlzanne Cof- NEW METHOD LAUNDRYr.
:I : MemberBoard Public Instruction cleft the distance Is thirteen 'demonstrate
; Hosteller's lee will not today butWill.

I . .; ..... ,._.. .;. .. 10.00. miles. Human vision cannot take in 'do' -'tomorrow.. .Everyone: is LAiL'wcf. ",. .i", ..
: CHAS.BLUM&CO Supervisor 'of. Registration. ofEletors Stomach Bitters the fullextent: of this wide pageant of cordially. invited.' ., ."."..... vs s Waf Raaaa SI.. ""0,. m

: .'/ ... < .. .. ... ,, ., 10.00 terror:and glorynor Is It.within the capacity f" --, -. ... -
517 AND 519 YV2ST' BAY ST. Justics of t the Peace. 2nd District You'll never regret'making th of :words to set forth its overwhelming ,

,JACKSONVILLE, FLA. (City ... .. .. .change which ; A Fine Line of
{ ) 23.00 for this famous medicine always cures splendor. The plain on : 'RoppLaF'raV: .14 .toWriii.
s Justice of the Peace, 'Districts Poor Appetite, Spring Fever Headache I stand Is"nearly"8,000.feet above selevel S- WORKS. WONDERSAWOndri Few children reach' theaJB of eight

1,1jg 1- Nos. 1. 4.. 5 and 7.: ,.. 00.. 5.00 Impure Blood, Dyspepsia, Indigestion ,-and'here. in"a"prodigious fissure.. yetrt-'wltj- hariar: worked out-.a

Constables' 'Distr ct Nos. 1, 3, Colds, Grippe or Malarial *gaunt, abrupt frightful and wonder cosmology.their' TENNIS
4 and 7- ( .. ,. ... 5.00 Fever. Our .1 .fwn and their ownsystem
00. PrivateStamp fulare'assembleifmountalns,
The is over' 'valleys l Compound.. Cures Pile., of-/iaet pbyl6s.-' ,:group of
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foregQlny assessments -
illie' I are made neck. enormous rocks
precipitous ravines
to .4 ,_ crags ;youngsters that m'atuw "fcge were
Season's the ,
elections.coyer ,'Thf expenses second of election two Primary will be of mystery and forests of.gloom." .._.EczeniaSkin. Itching, Skin Eruptions going hom;from sehedl/theother day

f held c Jurie JZth., 1906, in the event E. L. REESE 'J. MENDEL Colorado through which the. black waters of the ," i : ,'' Cuts and Bruises. when one1 bejaa (:.instruct the others GOOD8JUST I
Z11! I .It should te Accessary .to choose be- rush onward In their resist- . what.to do !IR cas4y'. ;a'certain crisis. -
Popular tween the two candidates receiving less flow and over which the dauntless "When heed' world-comes do

the greatest numher-r-but less than a Reese 6 Mendel eagle wings its upward: flight to meet you know'vbif f yob:want to do?" ask RECEIVED
the sun. AU the forms are.here that Doan's. Ointment is the best skin .
i majority cast in t tile, election of May 'ed the minikin( ; *WeHi you want to ;
I Sack Suit .15th. 190 dAt such second ii'The Imagination could construct, and all the reatment and the cheapest, because give little like this.the
; primary Home Tafloft; .a "jump! ; i world New; Tennis good.Rockets$1,25f .
election 'ody4such i colors are here that glow in sunset"skies. $ajittli8.reuired to cure It. cures .
persons as ware; -wilLsllp\ .Q1t'l1Ddel10U.: : and you'll ;: $1.50, $2.00, $2,5G.
:
,, doWn piles .after' of torture. H cures .
I qualified .t0. tote at the. first Far in the sdbterranean .years
primary cases Jightjbn ,th ..onea-foljowjn' It and be $3.00, $3.50, $4.00, $4.50, $5.00, $5.50.
obstinate pf It
: ? I for is election shall ke permitted to vote. No vista the forests show like green lawns.- : eczema. cures
men noticeably
It all, right? :..Tbftn.the.joungsters: began, Net*:-$l50, $2.50.
aWeinitching. cures skin erup- ;
kc* more eye.'winning assessment I if made against candi Not tess than seven geologic periods Jaf tjna.: It heals 'cuts bruises, scratch.:: j>raetlciag::: the ..sort of jump that \vas'npcegsary. .BalJj-J dates formeJ)b!.';& of the County Executive ullderLit i the physical history i jof the planet are > .; FJne line fresh Fishing
$ to', ,them=:1mm9rtauti.Ka spring
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give
; 's,, and abrasions without leaving a -
than last .
.
I-iI yeas mod. Committee and .accord :to t displayed in the layers of tinted rock< Tackle; new and of best quality.

4IEl( : els. It suggests,..the the f. rule: 'hereto .or '.3Uopted by this '....' < ,-.' black green, gray red. brown, blue; i:9 scar: !a,testimony It.cures: .proves permanently it.! Pensa- $..cti.} > e Z'- ,. > One thousand new Edison Records:
conjprjttee- candidates tor. mem- pink and wlthmani they a"
orange alabaster-- t Just In Come quick before
same swagger set, but .bfni) ot-eald commUtee who !shallreceive -- := : Of f other mingled hues-;:that constitute the H.. E Powell machinist .by -trade 'Ali.bL.The : i picked over.
the & residing on West Cervantes street, sciep" ofalj, 1 bra Is said to I
: .- ,being longer it calls highest number of votes .; walls ef this colossal gorge; walls that : Out of town orders promptly filled
past in ,the flxst.pmaryshall. be declared eays"I; was a sufferer from itchingpiJes have been th+ In!Bjjtifta of Mohammedof i -
seem continuous and unbroken, yet
for a cleverlycutS elected. 'I'I' > ',for more: than seven years and Buzlina/ .bout -$5G 4.- D. The sd-
Lt: > waistline to overcome 4. 'AH bfflces: enumerated in the everywhere are'rlfted' wJ[>i 'lateral fissures /. nothing I could get seemed to help ence was Introduced:'Into Spain by the

call shall1' 'T>voted' ,:'for 'toy'the voters IQ -T'Hen's I! $ the beds of mountain streams me' I suffered!:! both day and ,night Moors. f/,@rstrttse on' the sub-

: any baggy appearance- of every brecinct" of the county, except -.. that swell the flood of the great Cplq ind' it was impossible. for me to get ject In any ;EuropMji.:language\ 1s believed F.D. BRUCEMorisDannheiSr

that its fullness would justice stof' ,the peace and consta '- .-...- rado river. The American continent t d sleep a'night on account of the terrible Jo teff be thift'by Luca ,Paccollln
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bles and members Tot'' the .Executive > } has .nowhere else! i spectacle t -.ShOj suffering. When I read aboutXftn's 1494.. --
naturally effect. committee :wbo'shalJb< voted for only kI % .fJgQ. commensurate with this in beauty) Ointment thought .I would .-The-frst. b ngllsb algebra -
the grandeur and aw-WillIamWInt': and procured' box at wrwritteni>y'g ng1eeOrde: ,teacher
in districts! or precincts: .respectively r la tr1'.1t/ ,; Sidney
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1 See the blues and grays; that they aH candidates to IlJ ** 'T, t Pacific, Monthly.r. '- Kabn's.drug store corner or Romana pt_math"ewatttt;" imbrijjge,.about J

both are extremely, represent. '. < -' .. ..'."::.' ihd Palafox streets.:;; .cured-me: comiletejy. 155 .,;H&Vasjh' : ... rife'tp ifse; the sign
this popular 5. ThoseprsQni.: j apd only .those ClOthes.4i ._ __ :r.cannot praise It highly of eouaj} ty.. .._: Jj .
4' season. shall become"candidates before or Re.ernblanees.- "1;' '. nbughand have reoommended'iit to (Pormsrly of Dannhelsser Bros.)
,,1 \ Prices range from vote at, of-participate' in the management ;: Fogg-I told Bass wh'af"yon .laid! *? more'.th .11. a score of friends during tJl'i F rTki.Tth.'I : Pure Old Rye and Bourbon, Fin.

i of. said> primary election. who I V* that.he! reminded you ot'gi e bcause'be he. past three months, and I know ppo-th nttivr hlefs set elab Wines. Beer and Tobacco.

$6.50 to 1800. are white denjocra'.c.electors! ,.who declare y ; :.; neld his bead.!P.high. Fender:. o!long Wend who used it for eczema crate'tabl. 9.i> ; > J
,up their adhfrenc :to the principles New and up-tomatg.; line. : ot f Sprlng. son-And what did be say? Fjgg---H hnhIS. hands and lie has since told "Yes" ald. ib% em1ne t arctle ex :Old Hickory Whiskey MySpedaltyj

ju and organization ,of. .. the Democratic: ings.and Summer ..Suitings: 'andTrouser'. said you reminded him of an ass. Fen;' J Be' that-i i t, "cured"'him_ promptly and plorer.guatdedly:'*ttJe7f usually put on j j 12 W. Zarragossa Street.
Party itibaaV r. derson-Because.,why Fogg e1t vely -unhesitating a ,?
; f state and county; Suits from -"Becaup. ( c : recom.mend good dealofdojr.'Jtouisvllle 'CourrierJournaL -
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t who we ty the laws o( the state, lawful -I Trousers from$17.50 JSiOO:tp J50.00.to $18.6d ;you are one he said.. trial of, Doan's Ointment toy ; : /". i '" ----
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HiO.ANSON WhtC : disease, I led confident that '
; they .offjr; >t6YOte; who have Costs / She,Coald TelL -: they InaVctaee. *' <
only ,$1.5per fo .
I1 paid -the1r t\q1l.tu j. In"'Ji' ; press: :Wife John. wm. ot disappointed In the results sib
.legaIl due not ing and small repairs. : ; >- i" You're ..been drinking; p :-IIas u Cmarried long? PIANOS AND ORGANS. <
: |Jess than ten ((10)) days before said Dyeing, and ,Cleaning.0f7meniana: : Oh I can telL. :' ibnd-Well, 4 n't. obtaiied"" She- o., bnt;.she jutlirjhlnks that her CASH 'OR EASY TERMS. *
CASH .by. all dealers.
p CLOTHIER: Prl sale Price
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: is hfld. and who'shan women's Clothes a.specialtr.- : / do it. m'dear. Letyi keep 1t a family husband eats :c1ottauie he likes All Piano Work Guaranteed. I
;when, Ch llen4edv'iby; any elector, Give 'a t shecret- :Ledger. Cents; FosWr-MIlburn' Co.. Buffalo, th.-Iue1 RUSHING, f
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$ Career Palifoi and RiI.i ledga In writing uppn oath'before'an your business. Wf| $jrlll-wprecjat: '. ....' 'few/.York,' sole agents.for the-.Unitd ''I.-_:. : -.. '..iThere's !:; ':..,.. .. .' 12 EAST GOVERNMENT ST. *
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