The Pensacola journal
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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 4, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
daily (except monday)[ former <1900-1905>]
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Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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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Measure Carried by Vote of 202to A ''"BLOT UPON HUMANITY" Each Side Refused to Hake the t,) ;




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Associated Press. he say', are.j being : ruthlessly out- .
Secretary Treasury Will Have St Petersburg, April 3.General i raged by brutal:soldiers. Governor of Pennsylvania Wires
He ''demands'.'authoritative in- E riGHT

C Charge of Maritime Quarantine. Starosslski Kutais.; Trans, .former Caucasia governor, who was of' commander vestigation of.1:of.the::.General Russian Alikhaneoff troops in,i I Baer in Name of People. DEED

dismissed from service for his sympathy -Trans' Cauca'sua, whose barbarous .
.with the revolutionists, has appealed "Pacification he* says, means fire,j
IN CASE OF EPIDEMIC PERSONSCAN to the Russian women in be murder and violation, which he declares -: IN BITUMINOUS COAL REGIONS Dowie Wires Zion City for Infor
Vote Will Fall Short of
TRAVEL THROUGH STATES half ot the women of his race, who, -is a "blot -upon humanity." .SOME OF MEN HAVE -RETURNED Chicago Bill Christmas; Walter Holland

WITHOUT INTERFERENCE,FROM i "TO WORK, UNDER, OLD. mation Regarding Uprising Necessary Sixty Percent to and Joo. Justice Must Answerthe


By Associated Press

SERVICE PERMITS., IN N NORTHERN T E N RAILROADRATEBILL R Associated-Press. message Chicago was, :April received' The at Zion'c following ty ownership Chicago hear from, April here in the 3.today vote With, municipal'the 37 precinctsto figures WITNESSES ON THE STAND TOLD AT BY

By Asociated Press New York, April 3.-Tha su'bcom-I I to-day from Dowie who is at present stand: Yeas 119,353, No 107,303.The MARIANNA COURT BLOODY
the that
mittee, representing indications the
Washington, April 3.-By a vote of at Ocotlan, Mexico are proposition
operators and the mine workers of "Wirg full will fall,about fifteen thousand votes. CLOTHING WAS EXHIBITED ANDtDENTIS:1E.D
202 to 26, the house today passed the I immediately ; report Sunday's
short of ,the sixty cent.i
Eastern Pennsylvania, held Its first_ necessary per"
national quarantine bill, which places ISCO.NSIN meeting. of' the total votes. AS PROPERTY OP
the control of all quarantine stations, joint meeting hers today,and after a (Signed' ) "First Apostle"
three hours' session, adjourned until The Sunday meeting 'was the one BILL CHRISTMAS.
and anchorages under the
grounds Thursday afternoon without comingto ,where Overseer Voliva openly repudiated AGED LADY DIES
secretary of the treasury, and directs .
an agreement Each side refusedto Dowie and declared that he

him or to near select! seaports suitable of places the for United themat : : Nonresident Finlanders Attemptto He Refuses to Divulge Proceedingsof make .tile slightest confession and would not follow' him or obey his orders AT BLUFF SPRINGSGRANDMA Special to The Journal.QIarianna .

l April 3.-At the close of
the entire 'question IS apparently as
States and on. th; Mexican 'border, to Vote and are Routed by His Conference With President far from solution 'as it was_ befote'today's I A meeting of the'officers of Zion City the preliminary hearing of :fidlj Christmas
prevent the introduction of yellow conference* began.In and the church to-day dect 'ed it was his brother- -law, Walter Holland -
fever into the United States. The Armed Deputies Roosevelt. the meantime, the tie-up Qf the necessary fo raise immediately $500- LONG AGED 86 YEARS, and the two negroes, Jasper Justice

secretary of the treasury is given the anthracite industry remains as complete -000 for the complete rehabilitation of BURIED AT PLeASANT HILt and his son John Justice charged
Zion City, the church and its indus- with the murder of Judge J. M.
right to establish a quarantine stationat as it was yesterday without: any
By Associated Pre,.. 'indication that the ,.resumption: of themining tries. The land' 'and other propertyis CEMETERY MONDAY Christmas and family in a most atrocious
By Associated Press. ;
Dry Tortugas .and at such other Superior, Wis., April 3.-A forceof will soon.,: Governor to be pledged to raise: the,amount manner near Campfoellton, this
points, not exceeding four in all, as deputies have been cent' to Brute, Washington, April_ 3.-Senator Pennypacker sentrq.rtelegram occur, : tq Geo.!and numerous offers have been re- MORNING. ; county, several weeks ago; Bill Christmas

he deems necessary.The .: Wis., where election riots are reporter Long, of Kansas, spoke lengthily today F. Baer, of the operators, as follows ,ceived from creditors indorsing the I Walter Holland and John Justice
In progress. Bloodshed is'said plan and promising assistance.: were remanded'to jail to await
bill also provides that : in the senate, supporting'hou.se the "The commonyealth of Pennsylva- ;
every to have occurred. i trial the charge In the circuit
; bill The speech, nia that reasonable effort Special to The Journal. upon
rate expects every
common carrier shall receive and Brule : railroad, .
car The invasion of by FRENCH DELEGATES WILL court-
was taken advantage of by several :will,'be made by the parties'inter. Bluff Springs, April 2.-A, very sad
non-resident Finlanders caused .
Ty through any'stat? territory, passengers fifty I ested to accommodate the differences; SIGN MOROCCAN PROTOCOL and impressive funeral service: was The preliminary hearing of the men
the.trouble. The foreignefrs signified senators to inquire concerning the recent began yesterday morning and the first
; .freight and baggage, which between the and the held 11
coal operators at a. m yesterday at
their intention to tote,, whether they Associated witness called
I at the White House Press. was
conference By'
have been discharged and :properly miners 'and to avert the strike,/which. Hill church and cemetery. It was that
bed: a legal right or not Aid. was .
Paris, April 3.-Foreign Minister
where the Long amendment was considered is threatened. of Grandma ,She -
now \ Long. was born No- rack Boone
certified. in' accordance with the regu-I asked for from here r French
I II Bourgeois. hasauthorized, the '
Word by telephone from if not originate. Senator Regarding the -situatitfi itt the. bi-' vember 25, 1820. hence was nearly who testified that he resided on the
lations of the marine hospital service.Every1 ., received ,delegates to the: Algeciras conferenceto :
found the assumed complete lesponsibil- tuminus'fields,President Mitchell said &6 years old.: She..had been lingering:Christmas place at the-time the -
I I Brute says, the,deputies, I Long sign the"Moroccan". protocol and tragedy
person interfering with or obstructing he had received number of telegrams along all this and the end '
Finlanders,. numbering nearly one ity .for the amendment and Senator: : a has congratulated the French representatives year came was committed and that he was in
such carrier of any passenger -I hundred intoxicate and running the Allison refused to divulge the proceedings : satisfying him that the 'affairs: in behalf of the- French Monday morning at 7 o'clock. 'She the jard adjoining! the residence of

or any instrumentality of commerce I town to suit themselves.! The fight of the conference. of'that region were working out as he]I government on the successful conclusion was surrounded Dy her children .&nlrelatives' : Judge Christmas on the morning that
in such carriage' the with the deputies foltowaa' the lat- anticipated. One thousand miners returned : of theirwork..- -" She had been an exemp'arv the murders were discovered; he had
journey I ter's- arrival and a number of ,rioters to work today, he said, under I member of the Missionry Baptist not seen' any of the family about tho
shall be guilty of a misdemeanor and were arrested. The attempt at ille- MAYOR D. S. ROSE the scale of 1903 which gives an increase church'for,50 years, and death had no place and had left and gone to the
subject on conviction to a fine not ex-: gal voting failed. The, citizens rein- of fivd and one-half percent outside sources indicate 'that 'abo t terror for her. Her faith was suffi- home of Waiter Holland who returned

ceed'ng: three hundred dollars or 1mprisoamsnt -: forced the officers and another riot Is WAS DEFEATEDBy over the present wages.Pittsburg : fifty per cent of the miners. in the, cient and her trust complete, but the to the Christmas home with him,
[ not exceeding one year, or: expected when ,the polls close. district are idle., :., ; saddest picture of the service washer as did also }'Irs.l1ce,Holland and the
both. Provided, that this section shall. District Reports. two daughters deaf mutes, and past children of Walter HolIa d. When he
not be construed to give authority to Illinois Operators Ressist.. 50 years of age, grieving for their returned to the Christmas home he
debark or unload in any locality con-] NO BALL TEAM Associated Press Pittsburg, :April 3.-''Statements regarding -' mother. entered the house and there saw
trary to the lawful state regulations.Out :Milwaukee, April: 3.The vote for the number of miners workingtodiy Chicago, April '3. Nearly three The church, which is a- large one, Judge Christmas, Mrs. Christmas and
of the above provsion: grew the FOR PENSACOLANOT mayor .in sixty precincts out of one 'in the Pittsburg district: are hundred coal operators!'! of.Illinois were was packed to its utmost. The fun. their little son, all dead; he knew
hoe! day's debate, opposition to the hundred and thirteen, gives David S. conflicting.: 'The officials of the Pitts-: represented at a meeting of their organization eral services were conducted by Rev. nothing of his own knowledge as to
measure coming from divided delega- Rose, Democrat, 11,806; S. M. Becker, burg -Coal Company claim that between : here :today. "Without: an!f I J. E. Holley, assited tions in the southern states. Republican, 11,811; W. A. Arnold, So- fifteen 'and eighteen' thousand: exception they decided to stand firm : and Rev: Fillingim. Loving friends L. McKinley.
The bill carries an appropriation of BELIEVED THAT 'ORGANIZE cial Democrat, '8,556. Becker's election out of twenty-three thousand of their in resisting the demands of the min i i placed many flowers on the tomb and W. It. McKinley who resides in

five hundred thousand dollars to carry : is generally conceded. employees are working. Reports from i! ers. all sympathized' with the bereaved Cam eUton, is a Justice of the peaca
it into effect.SUMMARY. TION WILL BE ,EFFECTED THIS S family. and in ]his official capacity held an
inquest upon the bodies of Judge Christmas -
YEAR and family. tHe testified that he
OF ;: : -' ... ::-, had known deceased daring their lives
.T and that he was acquainted with Will

THE Y. M. C. A. Christmas, who was manager of the
THE WEATHER 1 in Pensa- business of Christmas & Son. He
cola during the coming season is anything : said there was a large crowd at the
but prom'!&ing to lovers of the Christmas home when he arrived
national game and theJack of interest ANOTHER INTERESTING GAME there; the bodies were lying on a bed

VAXIMUM TEMPERATURE OF 68 I in a Pensacola organization is due to WILL BE PLAYED NEXT FRI- and all bore evidence of having been
the fact that Sunday games will! not struck about the head with an ale or
DEGREES YESTERDAYPARTLY be allowed. No effort ha thus far DAY NIGHT.. some such instrument, the skulls being

CLOUDY been made to get team together and e;( 1 'crushed. Witness testified that
the probabilities ara,tbit the only ( / there was blood in several paces In
TODAY, games that are witnessed; here th's: t MINttL the rooms and that the !bed bore some
The is for baseball and
summer will be between nines made season on evidences of a struggle, being torn
things have been kept pretty lively
Op6 considerably. Witness also
for any special ocasion. loR up gave
up along that line at the Young Men'sChristian
The Marshal Schad, who has: heretofore testimony relative to the business of
maximum within
temperature yesterday Association
spirits' in the Christmas and son and several other
was 68 that being been one of the leading
depress, figure large gymnasium. They have 'ample
matters relating indirectly to the
; said yesterday that
reached at 2:30'p-. The minimum local room to play in-door 'fbasefcall
tragedy at the Christmas
several home.
Jcsterday was 52 degrees which: wasrccord he had received similar to the out-door game, althoughthe
Said he, in with
if company
cities asking
>d at 5:40: a. m. The forecast tions fqrom different rules are somewhat mod'fied.! Theball
Dstective: I. A Schmid. W. E
fur to have team this
to-day is with Pensacola was a
partly cloudy than
is larger that used in out-
light 'to fresh southeast to south year and asking, if 6P. that a :scneI door ball and is soft. The "bat is Smith shirt and which Will Pilcher stained, founda with
triads" j I dule of 'games ha arranged.: However, small and the is fast and to all was
I ; game blood. This shirt, he said, he found
h i be, atall enthusiastic E !
to tl
-oral Observer Reed in his sum he did not.appear 1 1 admirers of baseball this game fills
shoved in between the floor
the outlook ana[ ;ave it a: jolce.
nary of weather' conditions :yester- over > the bill
&v said: I his opinion that no regular' nine to Last month a large crowd witnessed W. L. Pilcher.
"The western depression has ben represent the city wouM. be. formed the gain between the two'teamsfrom W. L. Filcher,broiher-in-Iaw of Will
fumed southward to' the upper Rio this season. the. business men's 'gymnasium Christmas testified; that he lived halfa
praude Valley by a 'high' which has, class. The game was h.ghly'enjoyed! mite from Campbellton on the road
increased 4n strength and moved1fora by everybody present to the Christmas place and that he
the North Pacific Coast to the>,HEARST fAilEDTO IIW The admirers of the'sport'will havean first heard of the murders about sun-
northern Rocky Mountain Slope. la prAM opportunity to see another game rise. He stated that he was at home

The over high West pressure area now central GET RE-COUNT that will be just as interesting if not the night before. and that at an early
by Virginia Is still attended more so than the last one as'a team hour on the morning of the killings a
generally clear weather east of .. --5 from the young men's class has challenged vehicle of some kind passed his house
Las Mississippi been River. Precipitation. ILY 1 ':JJJ c: i)': F .-' :. the business men for a gameto going towards Campbellton at a high -
almost since.l1ondar'morni1)g
inappreciable NEW YORK ASSEMBLY 'REF.E.RSBILL COAi. { ., be played Friday night April 6. i rate of speed; he was familiar with
raIn ; at 7 a. m. light j i' ':'fit: : :; The line up will be given later. the horse driven by Judge Christmasand

light had fall begun of snow in over Kansas Nevada and had the, FOR P.E-cOUNT-TO COMMITTEE ,4 .."-",!!<.', "T .."r '.. .. :.:,;-;,"/,;.:.,.,; L .,..: ,!,..' '.',.- '.; judged from its gait that it was
about ON .JUDICIARY.By 7iJ't: ::{ '. '0.:' REPUBLICANS WIN IN the Judge's horse; examination of the
endei Temperatures have ):.
men }i "S KANSAS' CITY MUNICiPALFIGHTBy tracks next morning confirmed his
over the east half of the country f, 171w- ', '' i.- .
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: c" <- opinion. He saw the shirt which it
and fallen the northwest .,: : )r '_ ;- .
over <) } .c "
-" ; : ; Associated Press was. claimed had been foundin
*nere the lowest Is 6 degrees. above ,J j' "c; .. '. .. : ... .. .
ten in Yellowstone Associated Press''Albany : ': '.' : Kansas! City, April Etehty-five the store and was in the
"The conditions this Park.morning give N. Y.; April 3.--', he;assem- ..:):; /:: }: i' precincts oVt of .119, give Gregory, store of Will Christmas at
Promisa of fair- for this vlcm -, bly today practically: killed' the ,bill ", ?" "'- f !Democrat for mayor 8,693;, Beards-! the time it was found. At the time
through which would permit W. R. Hearst to ley Republican, 8,165. Republicans the shirt was discovered witness was
*"" ,east winds.Wednesday" with light t'J11 I secure a re-count of.the: New York' \ claim Beardsley's election, strong Re- in the upper hall and saw McKinley

City vote for .mayor! at '|h? ast election ; ": .. pabican precincts being unreported. came from 'behind a partition holding
when George B. MttCSellan was the shirt.
THE HAGUE CONFERENCE! elected on the face of the returns. The ,, .." ... .. HARBORMASTER AND CITY W. E. Bryan Smith.W. .
;bill was recommitted. to "the" .committeeon ',0' .'f-'if/* ':!.' :-. '- 1(: ,-"fct. ""'"', -;- EMPLOYEE HEAVILY, .FINEDBy E. Bryan Smith stated ,that he

By Associated Press. judiciary. :: :::, 1 was present when the bloody shirt was
? -t
:Washl1; oa. April TJnexpected-- f' Associated Press found In the store of Will Christmas
Ir t the Russian government to-day Robber Get $2000.00. Savannah, Ga., April 3.- Ja the Unit and had seen McKinley come from behind
evade!: another movement toward! re-I Brunswick. Ga.R April-3.-The safe ..,.'.' ed States court today James McBride, the partition with it. He was
wnvening the 'Hague conference of Tobias Newman, a prominent city harbormaster,and J.J. Garrity, a cit> also present at the'Jail on Wednesday
wron Rosen, Russian ambassador,)! official was Tabbed of 2,000 last; night.who MR. FAMILY: MIAN! -I'M UT'THR UGH WITH USING COAL; AND I HOPE THAT WHILE 101 HAVING employee, were.fined $1000 each for morning when the bloody shirt wu

Ffseated Secretary Root proposal There Is no clue to'the-rolxhers MY TROUBLES WITH THE ICE MAN-YOU'LL HAVE YOUR ARGUMEP? OUT NOW 'IDl\OT NEXT participation the fraudulent. .naturalization 1
j[ r'a reconvention of the conference, are believed to have been, .'bidden in of aliens. .. (Continued on- Page4 )'oilla ;
in taa coming: |the store last lJg! t., .

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1J 'HE: 'P'E"tiSAc.o.LA,Q.U'' N. A L. WEDNESDAY MORNING. APRIL I 4 190B, .. ,
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r rSpring In thousands Medicine and thousands of l[oN.G DEMANDS[ -- AMATTER- OFI1L TI! ON R RAMPAGE[ REt Eminent S Doctor 'Praises

t4 homes three closes a day of Hood's .

Sars parilla are now being taken by : .. Dr. T. S. Guisinger 90 Years Old of Pend teton
Ind. '
every member of the family. FULL PAY BF r T ALABAMA t tinguished Practitioner of Many Years' Standin?a nil
Because Hood's Sarsaparilla has '
gOtYr1j ..... ," "' Prominence in His Profession, Writes that 'Dafty's ird
j proved iteelf the Best Spring Medicine, ': : '
: Malt Whiskey Has No Equal Where a de
by its wonderful effects in cleansing the ". :",;. :::'f. Strength Building Tonic is Required. Stimulating a n

i4 :system, overcoming that tired feeling; CITY : .. ''r ,

creating appetite giving strength. T keHood's H p. ..c. z\ RIVERS The doctor's letter reads as follows1
; '
.r :: do'nbt'know.-what-my son has *nt.
Sarsaparilla > A ;' j' ten you,' but J;>wiU say tq an personl
young or old, who; are la. or'require'

.In liquid_ or_tablet_form.' 100_Doses$1. Says He Will Sue the City for ,; 4-'.-" 1tI.. .,.,.' :: "i' i. O5ifl&iis;\ Greatest in 20 Years: I > \ % stimulating Is nothing as and beneficial strengthenifig as" Duffy's ionic tha-t pn :

'.: : '; ::- y2) Matt"1 skey.. I firmly believe itS
Wages Unless Amount is. : : anfDamag is Wide- < .....,.--D r.. .'".. ST Guisinger, Pendletoa.has Ill,)
:- i
rJ Springtime ForthcDminglmmediately./ I 1 5 "spread. Ind., Dec. 18, 1905.AirEarfJ.Galslager. his

son, who

brings tidingsof J. E., Long, who was removed from ltAKlftG fJ i-' intoxicants Is a School Teacher in and does not USe
iIi the office of Superintendent of Streetsby The Mobile'item says: Not since any form, says in
the Board of Public Works recently : 1886 has the condition :existed in .. writing of his father's remarkaf,
warmer weather yesterday called upon 31ayor Bliss > the lowlands of the Alabama and strength and agility:

and made a formal demand upon the Tombigbee rivers: from the .overflow
i city for full pay for the half month POWDER" as is confronting the farmers and > "I am a school teacher, twenty-serea:
cattlemen todayWith hope entertained tt S ii years old. I am not given to the use >'
and that old shoddy bat ending March 31, claiming that he 1 S_ Intoxicants, but
4 must be relegated to the was still In office, the,action of the less than we k.- ago that all wt .. ... tonic I ever knew your my whiskey father ig the oest

trash pile-a fit place for Board to the contrary notwithstanding AbsolutePure! probability of a ngerpus overflow:. J_ "My father, who has always to have, ,
I. It, too: Think of our and that if the full amount demanded tad been removed by; clear weather .' very temperate life Is unusually baie u-s:
fci bright new stylish was not forthcoming without In the uplands, they are now experiencing -' l1 :: ... .. ': :;:: J :' hearty for his: age being able to walk and T .
delay he would enter suit in the jus- HAS NO SUBSTITUTE conditions the same as" was r S town Duffy's as for quickly as myself. He has is%
< the result of the 18S6fU: pd Tfrevious: years on account of iu punt
tlce court against the city; to recover > ; c and strength-giving! qualities, and ?
to that time the' greatest rise in o
11 STRAW HATS ,the! amountsMr.. A Cream Tartar Powder these rivers was in 1871 when the I. : .:. causeofttequieUngeffectjt.- nerves. It does not bura his throar has on*h n.:
Long was seen by a representative '- '
he uses it. as most
whiskeys do.Ej,
of The Journal '\icon. after the free from alum or phos- r, and w&terg covered all of" the: lowlands PK. J. a GUISINGBR J. Guialnger, Lapel, Ind.: Dec, l, laa;
I demand was made and Elated that it a'great area'of uplands.
pJ and PANAMAS phatic .Happening at this time of season,
was his intention to enforce his claimto
r : : the limit He said he would refuseto ..., however, the results wUl prove, more: Pure Mall
Ut accept any amount lass than the disastrous than those.faf previous Duffy' Whiskey
because of that farm-
t and.1011 will own one before full salary of the Superintendent of years the-fact .
i :Easter. Come In Streets andthat he would enter a sep- A SMALL ARMY era will be delayed in planting portions Is an absolutely nure. eeails and invigorating stimulant and tonic. builds up tlnerve
L' ic 7 and see' them. Yon don'tJmve arate suit, if necessary, after each pay of their crops. Some,have' been tiSSUES, tones 1P the heart, gives power to the brain strength and ela:!. )0
destroyed, while the cotton crop ..willbe and richness to the blood. It orings into action all the ,.taI
to buy them unless DeFUNIAK ity to the muscles
day, in aa endeavor to collect the
enables to get from thd food
and you
they suit you and the amount. OF DESCENDANTS > weeks behind. The ..svere change forces, it makes digestion perfect you eat
in the weather"the past-lew= days has all the nourishment it contains. It is invaluable -
4J price Is'right, :Mayor Bliss did tot have much to for overworked men, delicate
also had its dra.wbacRs: ;. and. added to I
and sickly children. It strengthens -
"Your Money's Worth say upon the subject, merely stating the misery of those who Have been women and sustains the system, is a pro- 1,1)13.E & I/A
g1 e or, Your &oney: Back." that Mr. Long bad- made a demandfor ATMORE, COUPLE HAVE:: 14 CHIL. Special ,to The ,Journal. I exposed to the. varyirik changesthrough moter cf good health and longevity, 4 -
full makes the old and keeps the young i
pay. 'April' 3.-There young )
IWFuniak prngS, high waters necessitatingthe
DREN, 77 GRANDCHILDREN: strong. Duffy's is the only whiskey that
was quite a white.frosthere' yester abandoning of their homes. has been recognized as a medicine and is
WHY AND day morning, 'but nothing: seems In. Situation Very :erious. guaranteed absolutely free from fusel oiL *..j
!i i WHITE & NIX, have'.a torpid liver when:.Herbine,the 36 GREAT GRAND. jured 'by it, though the last three cold The situation torday.as; a. seriousone 2,000 Seven hospitals thousand use doctors Duffy's' prescribe Pure :Malt and 4 .

only liver regulator will help you! CHILDREN. days have put the vegetation? 'back: in' the inm.qated ''district: and .Whiskey exclusively. S S
j41 29 S. PALAFOXPnon There is no reason why you should some and the corn is a little yellow. each hour adds* to the damage from BEWARE of dangerous notations and fobCtttote '
suffer from Dyspepsia Constipation, The Chautau< 790. Chills and Fever or any liver com been more successful than any forthree spread overland for miles. Since sold for profit only by unscrupulous dealers.
t- ._ _ _ plaints, when Berbine will cure you. :Atmore, Ala., April 3-M: and Mrs. years. The management is Saturday fifty miles of lowlands, Look for thetrademarkths "Old Chemist,"on
F. C. Walte, Weslville Fla., writes: C. Coleman have without a doubt the happy. A new tabernacle and hall which up to that time :were well out the label and be certain the seal ever the cork ;
"I was sick for a month'with chills largest number of lineal descendants. of fame is talked of to be erected of water, has increased the inundated is unbroken. AH druggists and grocers or '
Morris Dannheisser and fever and after taking two bottles of any couple in the south. They are before the next session. territory, along .the Alabama to direct, $1.00 a bottle. Doctor advice andmedical f
of Herbine am well.and healthy." the parents of 14 children, the grand Much of the talent left Sunday 150 miles' The change in the! I booxtet free. Daffy Malt Whiskey, DE

(Formerly of Danuhelsser Bros.) Sold by all druggists. parents of 77, and the great grandparents night and yesterday. The .band is i weather tie past, few days has Rochester,New York.

tr; Pure Old Rye and Bourbon, Fine of 36. At the present time there gone. :M1". and Mrs. Peters who had i caused mUch' suffering among residents THE LEWIS BEAR OMPANY, Distributers
; ti Wines, Beer and:Toba co. JUDGE PARKHILL'S are living 12 children ((3 boys and 9 charge of the singing left yesterday of the_ districts, cattle and' livestock
Reports from the interior today
girls), 60 "grand children ((30 !toys and morning. Mrs. Peters is a beautiful .
is to'the effect, that pneumonia
Old Hickory Whiskey Specialty 1 30 girls) and 31 children singer, not surpassed by at the -
I great grand } any has appeared; among cattle and stock Fine lot of Diamonds at exceedingly:
12 W. Zarrtflossa Street. PINE ENDORSEMENT II ((15 boys and 16 girls). CKautouqua this season. Mr. Petersis and victims -are plentiful. Especiallyf .. low prices for a few days only. Atf
31 PENSCAOLA. FLORIDA. I Mr. Coleman'was 74 years of age the: a very :'successful conductor of, <> blooded, breeding stock. D-am on 181' II to see them.
20th of last December' choruses'and fine instructor. We ,
_ _ _ and airs. Coleman a ,( 'Just: what the extent of damage _. J. F. DAVIS 213 S. Palafox St.
I V..q 1 was 75 years"old the 1st day of are sorrtO..bave them go away:at alt} fell}' be in dollars is hard to estimate i_ .
DADE: COUNTY BAR ASSOCIA.; March. They are enjoying good; Mr. and Mi-s. Page, of New :York'Mrc 'hit.it. 'will surpass that of 1886

TION, ADVOCATE: HIS CANDIDACY health earn their-own living: :: aad are: and Mrs. Jordan, of Illinois;' .n4"1tlr. steamboat men and others' familiar
: doing well. ". i and Mrs.: Hunt, of O.4io.Mr.! Miller: : yitK conditions now and then predict

YOU FOR_,., SUPREME. Miss Ethel Nichols Jhe daughter of and his wife an ,lovely.daughters:; ol News from Dixie Ala., 1S5 S NEW METHOD LAUNDRY
Mr. B. Nichols: spent the past week: Indiana, are. packirig\tosgo. The village miles above Mobile, which was the
COURT 'JUSTICE' at Century, Fla., wIth her cousin, Mr.' of Def\tniatgrlng --S6enu quits only point where steamboats could
l deserted /'. 'The Is f. IK LAWffNCt,' P-.1oP. .?. I Waif lle.wana St. PhGRe 185.
J. C. Nichols and''j has! a'alce" time. I &1yady.: Jbnstle over. : land uif to Saturday after leaving .
WON'T : Mr.}. R. "Coleman and Mr.JH. Cole- A large nuiber'of ttte inhabitantswenJk.yestetsy 'Mount Vernon has been cut off from

Miami, Apri13.-The: : Bar-:Ass cla1 inaXiwere.visiting. ,Chautauqua last: 'jiibrning. on excursion: steamboat communication by high *i ** ***S# #J JI "' i "
tion of Dade County,las published Saturday.Bitching. -:. to-Pensicola''f6r the><3ay.RvMr. water. The rise in the river since '
following card: >-1 ".-1 ; 'pU l tJ' okpotan1fybutrofanIr I B1g4omt"ot i the Presbyter- '(Saturday has flooded the district for DIAMONDS, WATCHES, JEWELRY, 1 I
: To the Electors of the Seventh' Judicial -wmeem.Doan's;: : I 'Tia; church!;TOslgjaed! his pastorale miles !beyond. .
NEED Circuit of the State of Flail; Ointment cus'1Nb&iag, ; "'b edfng or Sunday''rnid Ills resignation was ac- Steamboats Stop. CLOCKS PRECIOUS STONES, BRONZSE

The members of the Bar Association' protruding UGS'&fter years.of, suffer eepte: The Writer does not knowP Steamboats arriving here have S STERUNG SILVERWARE
kr of Dade County would respectfully i i ing. A('any-dragvstbre* the reason. Mr. Hgdon is a very been compelled to discontinue ser ,

present to you that his honor, CharlesB. j pleasant genti&nat\ l The preachers vice until a favorable change in the ART POTTERY, OPTICAL GOODS I

% MEDICINE .Parkhil. Judge ,of the ,.Supreme,: In their meeting yesterday morning: situation. Operat rs say that thsre S
Court; of Florida, has 'consented" to"'a'' LEAVES FOR e.xtpretied regre.t? at hIS going.; .,I Is noua0f, going out in" the ,rIver;: CUT GLASSWARE.

nomination by the electors of "Florida ... .The hiirc.es au.. services Sun 'as ,fiery landing abOve Mobile for <<
at the coming primary. 11 day morning; at i1R.c1ock, the first for |&O-mlIes is unater"water.. Cattle are i
If you drink good Beer. Judge Parkhlll was circuit judge. ITALY TODAY eight 'W%eks-: :: T1i :'PiSt h' 'all seem t tr 'perishing each day and the supplies and Fine Stationery
,of farmers almost xhaust d. Engraving
glad to get back to regular Sundays are ; !
Itseryesasatontcan and was appointed to his present office : .
1te4 I Cattle are 'without food and starving.
:; drives that spring fever by Governor Broward to succeed There is to be considerable building There is no": 'Way of getting suppliesto I!!
Judge Carter. He is FRANK
away. If you want to be Pensacola, has been a lawyer of this! here this summers Mrs.' Holliwell Is: them by river steamer and many; Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention. i I
have to resort to roundabout to
b sure that you are drinking state for over twenty years; Is most I FAMILY I WILL, START: ON LONG building a new house just back of the ways ,
; nearby interior points to secure
tabernacle and a nice barn Is being ".s'>
t; the right kind insist able, as a jurist; is the son of a gallant necessities of life. Several steamboats <
TRIP constructed near toy.
.soldier,of the south a Ad we ,wish AT-MOON.,
onRED are caught in the overflowed
: to earnestly request the voters of this with The the farmers spring are work exceedingly now. It seemsas !busy district without fuel to permit continuing E. O. Zadek Jewelry Co.
district to give Judge Parkhill their their trip to this city. The -
if the time to hustle for the agri
enthusiastic support.A. Officer Frank Benjamin,who for the culturist Is on. Mr. Phillip Fellows steamer Hard Cash is near ClaiborneAla. MOBILE, ALA. *

E. Heyser. past twelve years has been.a memberof finished planring-cora yesterday. ., unable to secure fuel and with e H s* *** ,"**** -Hfii
0.. A. Worley, the Pensacola'pollee will -
department, Mr. MUQuaigr is her boilers cold. She probably ,
feedin'g new alfalfato
Frederick H. Rand, Jr. accompanied by"hIsDtamIlYi-wiIlleaTe receive. sufficient fuel from one ol
aiftehell! ,D. Price. at noon today for Genoa,Naples, Spez- success his stock.in the ECs alfalfa trial culture.field promises the steamers: bound for :Mobile to en- Mr. John Doe of this City ;u "",, :;;=.....-ii .-
!Redmond B. Gautler. zia and other points in Italy, .where able her to reach port.
: .
IIEART1. : James T.: Sanders.H. Mr. Benjamin will, spend' the ninety. Persons arriving here who have
If it bilious
Is a' attack take Cha.mberlain's
F. Atkinson. day leave of abs n e-which has been just completed a tour of the inundated LOST $10,000.00
W. Stuart Hill granted him. Hd anticipates' much Stomach and ILver Tablets; district report the situation a serious
Robert R. Taylor pleasure in visiting the scenes of,his and a'quick cure is certain. For sale' one, and the farmers and cattlemen Some months a'go Mr. J. Doe of this

: JOc \ IS. L. Patterson. boyhood days, which, hfe-l as not seen by all druggists. In need of assistanca. The city decided to buy some lots in the:
(W. W. Erwin. for many years.Yesterday reports a'* to rain to-day over the New City Tract or what Is commonly
iI R.F.Thirdine. Officf r 'Benjamin secured[ Eating by Law. tipper watersheds of both rivers are known as East Hill. He had picked
t '!'A::. A. Bog&s. a number of-letters from city officials "While In Berlin one hot day," said I not encouraging.: Unless there is a out some of those nice lots overlooking -
} BEER. ," -. and others testifying to the.-esteem in a traveler "I stepped into a combination change for the better within the next the bay and along the line of street
: 1 1 "DON-'T' PUT OFF which he is held in this city, which beer garden and restaurant and L few days some effort will be madeto car; his Judgment as to location was

for tomorrow what you can do today. will no doubt be of value -to him in ordered a glass! of beer and some fruit; relieve 'the distressing conditions excellent and the price of the property
:If you put off buying a bottle of Bal. other climes. The waiter shook his head. confronting cattlemen and stock was very c eap. He, however as
i lard's Snow Liniment, when that Last raisers. you are doing today put off investinghis
fl The best lOo beer night Mr. Benjamin! was busy 'Ypu won't get fruit and beer together
( ever comes you -won't have any, buy a bottle calling upon his' many friends', tobid in Berlin herr' he said. money and in the mean time the
brewed. It Is always today. 'A positive cure for Rheumatism them good bye, and all of |them wished 'Why not? said I. lots were sold and are today worth

!A4 good, and always better Burns, Cuts, ,Sprains, Contracted him a pleasant, journey 'and 'a safe It is against the law,' the waiter Heart 110,000.00{ above the price he could
tk than all other lOc beers Mueles. etc. T. S. Graham, return to the Deep Water City.Petennan'jRpach replied. 'There is a law here In Germany have bought them. If you have moneyto
Prairie Grove, Ark., writes:- invest do not hesitate to invest ,it
: and many 15c beers. : that no one is to be served beer
'I wish- "thank you for the good now. Pensacola is destined to be a
results I received from Snow Lini and fruit together. If a restaurateur great city: and the price of property 13 Art Glass

t ment. It positively cured me of Rheumatism Food. breaks this law he loses his license.' It Palpitation bound to Increase. ''Prices may seem
after others had. failed. Sold is a good law,' the walter added. It Is high now because they have always

by. all druggists. A Botn to based on good sound sense. Beer and (been so low, but In a few years or Easter Flower
: lUutekeepers. fruit don't miL They are bad for the Inalgestlon causes' the stomach months from now you will wonder why

Lewis Bear & Go RELATING TO IRON.Dtievrerr ,4 ,' stomach. Sometimes they cause death.! to expand-swell and you did not purchase from The Fisher
,/' 7' .,.--- "Since that time," the tourist ended, puff up against the heart. This Real Estate Agency, three lots on the Holders

,.( the Metal, According ta "I have never mixed beer and fruitIt crowds the heart and Interferes corner of Jackson and 17th avenue,
Sole Agents, %'.>!... Acthmttttt Is a strange idea, isn't It, to have with its action, caus- having a south front overlooking the
The Bibfo"cpeks of Tubrt Gain u food laws like that? Suppose congress lug shortness of breath, palpi-- Pensacola, Florida. the CJieovem of iron sod the father should pass a law forbidding- eating tation of the heart, etc. Bayou Texar having a front of 12* the violet and carnation and roie fill

I cf smitti. Th Egyptian! ,imptted to at the same meal of ice cream and feet on the water, a beautiful site the air with their fragrance and the

Elephaeitas the tame honor, whlla Pliny lobster or mince pie and plum.pudding.SVhat $ 9OO.OO.A nice little 5 room cottageon advance guard 'of stately/ Bermuda
East Cervantes street ..1650.00
-=- mentiou-' having bee cUllMtredb7 :.of Then*** T04. t free a Lens. 'a howl would go up ehi"-NeW' KodolDyspepsm can be bought on easy terms; 10 lots lilies lift their icmaculate blossoms

Dictyias om, lUunt Ida alter the of large a box or o f rnJA," -.chetii ?w1tSconsents J';iOS4" York Press. on North Palafox street., a good profitin above the variegated crocuses and
bresta em:the mountain aid had baea I--eo 8h. ii.. inaita .s of l.s wfU one CureDIGESTS this, $2250.00. tulips in the florists'shops..
IWashDirt destroyed by.lightaisff. This; was about ,C-bu fre the r Sponge Plahlnc.
1,432 yean B. 0. J *KaUh tad Ez.. the mon tsl1 dNtruelbe&acl l6modTeh i 4&f tM earth to The Greeks areconsidered the principal WHAT, YOU EAT Th, Theater of plonB jd The custom of sending cut flowers

b.I kiel: both meattoa Iroa Ja their Bcrip- :placM thm. tOli"&D,4.and l' will not lcauuUiem to ether sponge fishers, and it takes much What.was probably one of the earliest -, in proper vase or. holder will prevail -

2i1! Some wash the laundries dirt not only tulal''nitIDga. the latter specially mentioning Ulgl'BKDBUG8"Pelfeni .DiseoYeq"(\l.uiokBedup -\ experience, skill and hardihood to qualify takes the strain off the heart,. S theaters built was tbe.tbeater of DI- almost universally this year-so

$IN shirt, but pretty out of a two qualities of the metal and l*)- take I', a man for a first class place among and contributes nourishment, bnysus, which was begun five centuries Fashion says.
it wash the life nearly calling one bright Iron which was probably 'w11en.ru1nr up -etrCiWilon'01'ff''where: sponge divers. Many of the most valuable strength and health to .every before ChrIst. The seating capacity of
very out of ItML lHiI brushed GII U specimens found at organ of the body. Cures fJ The'new styles,of vases are nowhere
i1 it We << 17. are a depth this remarkable.tmildtng!! Is said to have
use an abundance
t I5ub1tfbrushed Indigestion. Dyspepsia
MOMS mentions an )C' fJ I varying from ten't'O thirty-five fathoms. Sour and are at once beautiful and
ofSoft troa furnace, tad on bsdrrh apart .nei' Stomach, Belching been 30000. The theater of Dionysuswas
:4i. Job speaks of It as being taken oat of .onbackofpicturetrs.e.mouldings: etc. It \rffl. To aid In the descent the divers Stomach, and all, Stomach on erected when Greek art and literature artistic. Never have they been so

Water the earth. Thousands of years before sot rest' or hirmftMi-! make use of a triangular stone with a ,troubles. were in their urime. Here were cheap.
the opening of the Chrtetifta era the :1, _' and t V.or bedding. Odor1 I 1 hole In one corner, through! which a presented to appreciative spectatorsthe
I min-
the last
don't until
and Soap Jgypflana used'Iron In making sickles i DOtV50UII.: 1-' :: I rope, Is spliced.. On reaching the deep Denova wonderful works ,of Aeschylus, q J But wait

-11 knives and' men Wn *. Sparta first bn ,. -eZp1oii. m&. eteeu ;- sea gardens, where the rock ledges are Three.ywn ago I WM, afflicted lows Sophocles 'EuripIdes. ute-select yours to-day.
used Iron for Britain aIao "Petermai clothed with marine growths,the diver,
wed An
Let us call_for your wash. money. -A'-poycler with inftigestton so much Out I
It as a medium of barter sod exchange to er kill black and betle driTQ,br awayut.> gIg Grasp; I

tti: The prior to.the conquest by the Romans.. "?><!makeS rats ously breaks away the holdfast of the my hurt w&s effected and I bad "DId it ever strike you that a burglar I.I .
Star Steam The Dritona'b lore the time of Christ or'fake miee nia:they' will lean aadaot return. sponges and places them under his arm smothering sensations. Two bottlesof of all men IB most-sensitive,to the I
n2.v"r> M time''B>*7beerea
used to export troa.to. Gaul and after Dportu ItmIaipn.j.' mere until a sufficient toad has been gleaned, Kodol cured me. ? fitness of things!" 107 SOUTH "PAUAFOX STREETPENSACOLA
d4 Laundry. the Roman conquest the conquerors established Olib1aM4 Wa.Petns.381*. Pet Mf( ,W in Ii. b7 when a pull on the rope signals his ALBERT I.AMJJLtr. "Can't Bay it ever did. HOW do you

37 & aardn St. Ph, On. 114., extensive smelting works UA..W"Ulihh.I;. orrCltT.) companion .hi'- t-- ** ready to : ".11., bottle eoirtalan 2J% makelt, 'out?' I., 0rIS -
f '"' IIICOI 2. PI*. which existed at least u late as the 801ci by Londg..t aD dftrfista ntrei.,in ,? ,1I&4 P.Q.1a ascend, i Jed to the time..much at the trial opsize. SOc "He always throws light! on his shady AI. iIiI !I,. -1iI
} __ ,._ ._ : BuOIl conquest-St Jaaes' Gazette. thronghont She VthtetStatos. and surface-1: asures., Prepare at the Labratary o/ transactions with It.dark: lantern.j
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gine to Builders .of o Blount' L

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Building for Pumping p ., 1k ANOTEOFIT

Our delicious Cod Liver ,

preparation without ofl. The Board of pufblic Safely"met.at

5 clock: ,last evening in special ,session -

Better than old-fashioned to consider renting ,th'$ steam

cod liver oil and emulsionsto fire engine:belonging to the Jty'to; the To call yand' see us Thursday

restore health for contractors for the foundation 'and : .
's. I .
frame :work ,o>{ the nev 'Blount traitfing 'l., "
Old people,delicate children, now in course' of construction at April 5th f
: .
weak run-down persons, Palafox and Garden streets: It seems -. ,, :: ',.'" ., .- .' ; ... ...-" : .' .. .. '. .d" .. '_., ,-:: ___
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and after sickness colds the. contractors jC':;;>:''\' '' c. >
are having "considerabledifficulty .
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coughs, bronchitis and all excavations. i with* from(water springs running, the into site :;; : : : .: :; ;:, :>" : : .. .:

throat and lung troubles. of the buildin'g.beingupon:. what was ,
once..a swampAs it is a
almost 'im ,
Try it on our guarantee.W. possible to -
keep the excavations':clear
with handpumps' the -contractors

thought,that, 'byDg: | the''engine for I
H. White & Co. an hour or so every morning;'the' works The Homo
i could be cleared of water. The appli- First
i cation for the .engine, was made in Quality
**#****#*#,#*## ***$# I the name of the Southern Ferro Ce-

* 'A ment Co. ;
* PIANOS AND ORGANS. 4 The. session.was called to order by .
* CASH OR EASY TERMS. Ht Clerk Merritt and Chairman Ingraham I \ ; ? -
: hrAflHl.Wi
All Piano Work Guaranteed. $ stated the ''object ,ot. the meeting. ,;;, ..: of .,. '..: .
* CLUTTER & RUSHING, % There were present In addition to they I ; ; 'I'f Then _

t 12 EAST GOVERNMENT ST.' ; chairman Messrs. White,. MoGa'ughey'' !: .: f. :
PHONE 476. ,,' '
* and Mayor Bliss. Considerate! dis '

1r cusslon'ensued, the substance of which .. .. : _
**#**** #* ** #***** was to the effect that the,engine shouldnot

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n ''' used for the purpose a of pump
CUTGLASS AND DIAMONDSNew Ing.out excavations as .fl was thought
Stock-Only the'Best. the sand that, would be pumped into Style

W. A. Gahlenbeck, 218,S. Palafoi,St. the machinery would injure It..Messrs. 'S
. McGaughey and ingraham seemed to ,
favor renting.t engine, but it was
TURTON & BELL. finally decid .
J request Chief Bicker
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PHOTOGRAPHERS SINCE 1870. of the FL epartment: to '
appearat .
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Kodak Supplies. Finishing for Amateurs. the regular meeting, which will beheld >". : J ',,, -.
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, tonight, with the engineer of the, .. '- 1
steamer, when the matter will be final Y r
R. K. WHITE,' ly decided. ,:i'

Watchmaker, Manufacturing Jeweler, and Graduate This will be Reception Day Remember will be Y .
Optician 30 S.Paialox Street.Pensacola Fla. JUST BECAUSE' our you not ;
' your cough is 'only in the throat and

does not troUble ,yOU now, don't think asKed to buy A souvenir for- that calls to-morrow.
Tersely ToldJ. that it needs no attention. When it every person
has not had much of a-start is the
time to check it. The slightest cough

T. Stewart of Bagdad1 was easily leads to Pneumonia, Bronchi.I
jimong; the visitors to the city yester tis and Consumption. A bottle of '
Ballard'a Horehound' Syrup will cure
day.W. that cough. The,price puts nit within "Standard"" Clothing
A. Gafilenbeck has been
reach of alL Sold by all druggists. ...
fined to his home by sickness for the .

fast few days,* "

When the steamer Tampa 'left 'for Thirteenth avenue at 11, a. .m: and ,. Jo"c eLL

Milton Tuesday she carried thirty were attended by a large numlber offriends .J ._ o Iii p and

tons of freight for points in Santa of the family ",. \. .,... ,f ;, ..

Rosa county.C. The Ladies Benevolent Society, of .. ',...,'.:..- t t
S. Partridge, W. B. Wilkinsonand Temple Beth-El will meet in the .
F. C. Icote Jr., of Soldier Creek, Temple' ,this afternoon: at 4 o'clock. .: .' \
Ala., were'visitors ,in, the city yesterday. ,
-The most expensive thing In adver.tIsing'is .i "
,< ?: ,,: ,
"the privilege of blundering"as .; ,, ', .: /
(\V. Fenn, .representing The Pensa- mediums. ''But the merchant :" '. a
cola Journal, left for Milton and who makes the same blunder 'twiceis < ': -- ;' :, .
ether points yesterday in the inter less wise than the fabled "burnt '

est of the paper child." ; .. ,

The smack Clara R. Howard sailed Of course you don't want your ad.,
:Monday for the fishing banks.. The left out of next Sunday's big Easter' ,
fipack Minnie W. arrived from the Edition and therefore, you will have
banks yesterday. with a small catch to get in T
your copy as soon as possi : : rT I
of. snappers. ble. This applies to big and little .IJo1lble''- Flowers.- Needless Wear. IE. L. REESE J. :MENDED

City sanitary inspectors have made ads., Send copy In today,and you will POLICE Nearly all the 4oublefiowers<< of gar Many people wear themselves out
their appearance in natty blue uni--I. get good positions and good typographical WORK K OF f [ I[T OLIVE U UOlive dens were first found wild. Double needlessly. Their conscience Is a tyrant Reese S; Mendel

forms, which is a great improvements display. buttercups, double primroses' double An exaggerated sense of duty ,
s it is in conformity with.other employees Twenty-three defendants were be- palsies, double roses and many other leads a person to anxious, ceaseless activity -

of the, city.B. fore Judge Laney in' the municipal things were ,first discovered among to be constantly doing something The Home Tailors,

S, Williams! ', representing the court ysterday morning. f FOR r PAST T' Special to The Journal their wild fellows and-.1 ltroduced into overpunctual, never Idle a second
April 3.Mr. D. M. Merritt
Three were turned over to the gardens. The florist, however, can of time, to scorn rest. Such are in
Corn-any the county, one discharged, two received a letter from Rev. E. C. produce double 'flowers: He watches unconscious nerve tension. They say

for points on the P. & A. division of given 10 days, one given thirty I Clayton to fill the Friday.stating apointment why he failed Rev. this tendency in nature. If a flower they have no time to rest they have so I a Builders
tte & days and fines imposed upon the re- I I
N. mainder amounting to $40 and costs.A Clayton Was ill and unable to come usually has five: :petals, and he discovers much to do, not thinking they are rap- .
C. F. Steward, of the Circulation MONTH that of the stamens have themselves for
regular meeting of. the Board of but will ba here the second Saturdayand some Idly unfitting probably
Department of The' Journalleaves Public Safety will be held' this after Sunday in.April. Services! at somewhat of a petal-like character, the what would have been their best and
ti's 'morning for a business trip to noon at 5 o'clock. 7:30 Saturday,. Sunday at 11 o'clock.The pollen Is taken'from these flowers and greatest work'in after years.A 01
Bagdad"and through Santa Rosa sad news reached' here Friday others in'a normal condition fertilized
coanty. Southern Hotel arrivals: F. A. of the death of Mrs. :Majors at ths with this pollen. The tendency, once Short Sermon.
Gustav Lambrecht has been addedto Graham, Bidyuark: Ala.; W. T.:H.Tup- Number of Arrests and Amount of home of her daughter,' Mrs.. Bettle started, is then given to the progeny. No time or place Is sacred to the en- /
the city collecting force of The per, New York;,Chas. P. Tyrell, Syracuse I Ward, near Atmors, Ala. We wish to Almost species of plant 1 will In this thusiastic joker. Duclos tells In his Men'sFine
N. Y. J. P. Jordan, C. F. Pas- any
; the
Journal well Collected SomewhatLess sympathy to
Mr. Lambrecht is Fines be capable of producing double memoirs how the prince archbishop of
faown to chall, Olney, :Ala.; Oscar Prylfbell SL children in this, their hour of be- way
residents of the city
many is that, with this Cologne asked license to preach in he
It surprising
Louis N. C. McGordan, city; A. Green
"ho will ; reavement.Mrs. .
be him his I
regular visitations.glad to see on Harris, Fla.; G. H.-Frink. New York; Than Year Ago ,A.; W. Majors has been very knowledge, more attempts a=t this line royal chapel at Versailles when visiting -
A. W. M'DonaldChas. Russell Burke.: sick the past week but is slowly im of Improvement in ordinary garden Louis XIV. himself. All the court
Percy S. Hayes, of The Journal, who Philadelphia; J. F. Davis; Mobile; G. proving.Mr flowers are not made. I assembled. It was April 1. The prince
has been suffering with rheumatismfor G. ,Phimp U. S. S. Texas. The work of the Police Departmentof R. 0. Cornell left Sunday for archbishop mounted the pulpit in stately -

several weeks was compelled yes- The former cutter Hamil- ,the city of Pensacola: for the month- Evergreen. He will be gone for There Is as much.difference between ,, fashion, bowed from side to tide and
day to give up his work for a time sometime visiting his family. endurance toad moment I if collecting his _
sullen as
; the shows"'up well with genuine patience and a Clothes.
ton which has been purchased by of March previous
end to remain at his home until he ,
improves Pensacola pilots, is about'ready to go months, although, the number' "of, arrests Mrs. M. Merritt father's was called illnass.home!: as.between the-smile,of love.and the thoughts, then shouted "April fools!' / f
into commission and, as soon as ad- on account of her malicious gnashing of the teeth.-W. S. picked up his skirts and ran.
Capt P. S. Morris, special agent of vices are received from Mobile, the .was smaller: and: the,amount ,of Mr. G. W. Harper is. able to be out Plumer. <

111e Standard Oil Co., of New Orleans, present pilot boat. Florida, ,will be fines collected less than for the same again to the pleasure, of his many:l New and up-to-date line of Spring
was in the city' 'yesterday, leaving taken to :Mobile ''and the' Hamilton month a.year ago. friends. and Summer Suitings and Trouser
last night for Lockhart Ala., on business brought back by her ,crew, It is expected The total number of arrests made by ings.
connected with the company. H. that the Hamilton will be CRIMINAL BEES.. Suits from 117.50 to $50.00.
I}. officers during: the month Caldwell, also of the Standard, Oil Pensacolabar
ready for service on the J Whiskey and Trousers from $5.00 to $15.00
Ca>.. was in the city- yesterday and next we k. was 337, 115 being white' and 222 col-;,:. Honey. Gatherer. That Have Very Join our Gentlemen's Suit Cluo.
left '
last night for Apalachicola. ored. Of these; 3SV were citizens of Loose- Moral Ideas. CUREDBYORR1NEi [ Costs only $1.50 per month for pressing :

Owing to the serious illness of :Mrs. A business proposition. If Blue the United States and 3 foreigners. I I Almost every form and variety of human A and small repairs.

Chas Frledrickson, Mr. Friedrickson'ill Ribbon Vanilla is absolutely pure, Of the .total. number'263 were found. crime is to be found among ani ; Dyeing and Cleaning of men's ana
be unable to attend the regular goes twice as far as other kinds and guity and 23 turned over to the county :: mals. Cases of theft are noticed among women's Clothes a specialty.
will to-night of team of flavor is perfect, won' it pay AND Give triaL'We will
the degree the us a appreciate
Life ofAnimals"
Buchner In his "Psychic
Vanilla. authorities for the ,
Naomi Rsbekah Lodge, of which he you to ask for Blue Riboa your business.
" captain, The drill will be held as court. Two sentences were suspended -,. speaks of thievish bees Physicians pronounce.drunkenness a disease of the nervous system,creating a morbid REESE-MENDEL TAILORING Coy
which, in order, to save themselves the j for stimulant,jContinned! indulgence in whiskey,beer or wine eats the
teual; and the Craving a away .
floor work will be in Royal Roads.People and two cases continued. ; : Phone 675. 11 N. Palafox St.Eaeoaragtad
charge of Henry Jeudevine.The will discover at last that royal trouble of working, attack well stocked etomach lining and stupefies the digestive organsthus destroying the digestion and
The total amount of fines collected hires in masses, kill the sentinels and I raining the health.--No ;ea11 power" can heal tho inflamed stomach membranes.
be }I
remains of Frank Wesley, the roads to anything can no more by the' marshal during the month is the inhabitants, rob the hives and car ORRINE ,pemw1 :removed the craving for liquor by acting directly on the
Want son of Mr, and Mrs James T. laid In Iron than they can In dust; that affected nerves,restoring the stomach and digestive organs to normal conditions,improving Htjn.
between $1200 and $1300 which is considerable off the provisions -After repeated
Gerelds, who passed away Tuesday there are, In fact no royal roads to ry the appetite and restoring the health.-Can be given secretly U desired. Mr. Faintart-Miss Brightly, I-aw-
alter a short illness were Interred in anywhere worth going-to;_that if there less than the collections of enterprises this description they acquire that is-Mabel, I-er-desire -aw-
St. John's cemetery yesterday. Thefuneral were It would that instant cease to be March, 1905. a taste for robbery and violence.' Cure. Sffected or Money reallyMiss Brightly-Keep'rtjbt on,

i services were held at the resl- worth going to-I means: BO far as"the They recruit whole companies, which I I 'Askyonrdruggist vfan you knov what bethinks of ORRINE; he will indorse Mr Faintart; I'll consider your proposal
= child's parents, 1303 things to be obtained are In any way get more and more numerous, and our statements as truthful in every respect. If ORRINE fails to cure we will refund and have my answer ready: by the
estimable in terms of price for there finally they form regular colonies' of you every peony paid for it as checrfull/as we took it. *" time yon have got it out of your sys

ssag B KKBBB B are two classes of precious things in brigand bees. No Sanitarium Treatment or Publicity! tem.-Philadelphia Press.
But curious fact that .
it Is still mow
the world-those that God gives us for I'I CrdsCari''t Nc Absence from home or loss of time!
nothing-sun; air and life, both'mortal these brigand bees can be produced artificially Mothers,wives and sisters,you cannot cure those who are afflicted with this moat On Other ftlght
GrapeNutsFor life and immortal and the secondarily i .by giving working bees a mix- terrible of all diseases by your fervent prayers or eyes red with tears; nor by you Mr. Goodthing How does your sister
things which he gives 'us fora ture of honey and brandy to drink. hope that they may stop drinking.: It can be done only with ORRINE. You have like the engagement ring I gave
precious precious Ten The bees soon acquire a taste for this the remedy-will you use it?. If you desire to core without knowledge of the patient her; Bobby? Her- Young Brother-
price. These secondarily can beverage, which has the same disastrous buy ORRINE 1; if the patient desires to be cured of his own free, will boy Well it's a little too smalL She has
Breakfastor things, worldly wine and milk how WELL you feel in 10 days effects upon them as upon men. ORRINE No,_2.,' Fall directions found beach package.. Price f I per.box., an.awful hard time getting it off when
be bought for definite money. after and ,i
only quitting COFFEE
Lunch cheapened.' No using I They become ill disposed,and Irritable All.ConespondenceConffdential.I the other fellows lIL-Puck:
They never can and lose all desire to work, and finally, Treatise' Drunkenness and how to Cure it write to'
cheating nor bargaining will ever geta For free book- on -
ENERGY when they-begin to feel hungry, they : Q. WASHINGTON D. C.. call onV Some RfdaetioB.
out of n tol1's establishment I THE ORRINE | INC. .. or
single thing attack and plunder the ,well, supplied "Then the doctor didn't succeed In
ALL day. at half price. Da we want to be
hives. weight
strong We must work. To be hungry ?- P08TU There is. one. variety of bees-the ; PHARMACY reducing. "Why your not very much, bat- he left .
be happy WHITE'S
To : '
? We BUrvv J
"THERE'S A REASON." l spheeodes-which Jive exclusively upCQ me-with quite ao- attenuate )
'wide? We
\... We must be tint; To be" i plunder. I 1106 ,S. Pafafox ,Street Pensacola .Fla. book." T
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.e Hearst electoral can. college' polf"than more any votes other In can-the ON'''I Is to love'children" and no,home /g Beautifuland

tatthJontnfli didatl there will be nobody. but %.Mr.Hearst IWEHELD[ Woillifi's can be completely happy with- I

in the'' conTentton. Mr.- out them, yet the ordeal through -JSS& a.""wiM!
It was an ''astonishing race ; life is what
made last If he shall which the expectant mother Jie7
__ -J J J year
n .wwwUvuLrut- J J m of
( do as well this year he ytttl be gov must usually is so full of suffering- our
I DAILY. WEEKLY. SUNDAY. ernor. In 1874 Samuel.J. Tilden was CHARGE H [ OF f pass ,

elected governor: of New York; two I danger and fear that she looks forward

jJ1 PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY years later, if we can believe the of to the critical ,hour with apprehensionNalilte Photographsafter
faithful he was elected President -
3't: ,
;; .4j: I' _...BY... th9 United! States. In1882" Grover and dread. Mother's Friend, ,by its penetrating -

Cleveland was elected governor of MURDER[ and soothing properties, allays nausea, nervousness, and 0 seeing th4Ot :!
jg THEJOURNALCOMPANY.LfuVJWl.nrLl.ruUL&u1J New York; two years later he was tlrlIJI You'1l *a)
elected Prlsident of, the United all unpleasant feelings, and so preparesthe system for theordeal ao.
W m.Tr WfumfUW M
States. she throughthe
FRANK L. MAYES P.ldut and General Manager.r [History sometimes repeats. If William (Continued from !First Page) ea\ passes with
and but
____- _,. __ R. Hearst. is 'elected governor of y KodakDeveloping
?? ---- rJ --'-- ru--v- Juu L .fl.fl New York in 1906, it will be strangeif shown to Will Christmas; at first the little suffering, as numbers have lolher9s ( .

MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. he shall not be- the Democratic prisoner denied ownership, but upon
"it is worth
-_-- nominee for President In 1908. being questioned admitted that he testified and said,
1j,, w -t--J t t -- -- p nn owned it and explained the blood its weight in gold." $1.00 per d.t1
SUBSCRIPTION RATES. 8tains-oix"{ : It by saying that he had I uom .1"
.' containing
bottle of druggists.
fl killed hurry anrii,
hogs it. When
One Year..M................$5 00 Ono Month........ ....*.... .45 asked while wearing mailed free. friend : 'iDe.-
for articles that he information than .
t 4i Six Months....-........,. 2 50 One W ek................. 10 NEWS AND VIEWS the other valuable at all'I
'it wore at did the shirt the
Three Yonths............. 1 25 Weekly Edition, per year.l OC 4 FROM' STATE PAPERS prisoner the said time he he had not put them. :THE BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO., Atlanta, Ga.I place m 'e ( ,:

--nw- nj I ft where: he=kept the shirt 1 Mali orders rp

-ffi : The Only Pensacola Newspaper Front Which a Detailed .HH fiH, J. M. 'White.J. f..t.. ...................... ......... .......... : J g prompt atien'nB!
L1 Circulation Statement ian Be Secured. Tt. Drainage Question. M,"'White stated that Will Christmas -: 0 -S If our jJJ..l'JcanJ

Considerable 'feeling' and oppositionhas and wife were boarding with suit :.t1I, ,,u
--- -S S S S S S Get ii !
.. _ _ oeen sffrrey.up! against. Governor him at the time of the tragedy and in :f I There Are Many Women Who j r can't be :mpe,uiS

Offices, 103 and 110 East Papers onSaleon' Trains Broward's proposition 1o 'drain a portion -reply to queries said that Christmas ; We sa> -h. 3an
I I of the Everglades, and several usually came home about 8 or 9 ,
: Government. Phone 38. and at all News Stands. o! the state press have given 'Vent to o'clockbut -upon the night previous : More Personal Enjoyment i of our prices
to the murder witness knew that i
1-tIJWr.r L1J1 WW&&vt.Jw'J- .- more or less spleen. : j jout KauffmannROMANA
j; PENSACOLA-. FLORIDA WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL 4, 1906 We did not,support 'the candidacyof Caristmas that he was not in by 10 o'clock; (
Governor Broward and at,the time II did not hear him come in during -:
; -r1 had little if any, faith In his drain file" night, but that at about 'day of the things that Jetutify. decorate and add com AND PALAFOX,

Make Specific Charges or but now and them." This Is the philosophy ing proposition, but our propositionwas I light the following morning (the'9-. forts to -the ,home than they do out of the things for mere
upon which 'bargain sales. are honest and ,sincere and not per morning the murders were discov- : Pensacola, Fla.COffEE

jg Let Governor Broward Alone. based; but it would 'foe a useless mercantile sonal either, and we are glad to say his ered) witness heard him talking in t.. personal enjoyment. Handsome furniture 1r n the home .1 =
that we have that little room. Christmas asked for an :
found our
Is of
a source unending pleasure and comfort By
: br3 The Jacksonville Floridlan:; Beams proverb if it were not for ad- views were erroneous. We. learn early breakfast saying that he in- ':

to be sore about something and, if vertising. that where the work of reclamationby tended going to Dothan. Witness :: Buy now, Pay Later Plan anyone can have fine furniture !

M: ""we may jodge from Its :rather 'indefinite drainage has:; been perfected by recognized thejrtoody shirt offered in ,: and pay for It while using it. .
accusations, its tender spot "Man was ever a tool-usin'g animal," the tDiston. Lang! Co., and others, the evidence as similar ,to the one worn .1
siti: has recently teen Irritated by some and in business' the "edged-tool," Publicity results have been all that was expected -by Christmas, the day before the killing :i Sideboards, Polished Oak, Plate Mirror, $15.00 .$85.00Bedroom

thing which Governor Broward has is the most useful one-as it is or could have been desired. was discovered.Ed Suits, finest Oak, substantial' and well finished, $20 to $125 We are the Pioneer
jtt Splendid crops of vegetable and fruit Floertein. i
either: done or failed to do, though sometimes the most dangerous for products are the result-with those Ed. Floerlein testified relative to : Odd Dressers from $9.00 to $25.00; Chairs 75 cents to.. .. .. .$5.00 Coffee Roasters of

gqL so specific sin of commission or clumsy people 4o handle. reclaimed lands worth {35 to $50 per the horse, and buggy of Christmas, .$4 West Florida.IcHUGH'SBL.

omission Is mentioned.In acre.Now but his testimony was unimportant.M .: -
'Money is the fuel used on the en- then, let the governor go .Tatum also testified along the...
editorial the .Flori-- .
j4; a rambling glue! of publicity-no other fuel will ahead and redeem his promise to, the same lines/'(T. 'S" Davis testified to,a '. '
dian refers to Governor Broward as people, which ,he is .anxious( to do. MARSTON
produce a pound- of steam. 'Publicity conversation with-a :brother-in-law of .i & .QUINA
jr: the "most flagranfantithesis" of the We believe he is> on the right track Christmas named Lott about 'the. ,
is the
; 4 man whom it believed him to be pulls your store; and so move all obstructions and let murder and search fot evidence and .

Ic :-when it helped elect him governor, and.a good. engineer will tell you that him go ahead .we say.-Westville to the suspicious actions of Christmas .I ,108/110 S, Palafox St.Phone 148 Pensacola/ Fla,

I :tt characterizes his term of to save on the fuel is to slacken the Advertiser. '. and Holland, who overheard the have no equal. A trial
m and it speed. S conversation. ..............t........O..4.....t+ 4...............:
: office as "an administration as deserving The Charm of'Florida.'l'he will convince the con-
Emma McKinley, (Col!).
1r: of censure as the blackest in The merchant who says, .in .his advertisement winter charmof Tlorid'a! with Emma McKinley colored said she noisseur that we
northern tourists has ceased: 'to be a ,
the of radicalism! and! recon I
days : just what he would, say :variable quantity, and no matter! saw a-horse and buggy' going toward: Easter Novelties make no extravagant
1i struction." Sn a J2 1.ln Y !<1zla.l ta& wttt e.
Thee are raiier ssrfocs ciarges toxr ))33 2th-t& 2'1> 2ez2 lJt WZ-l :r2J} .w.i'ts]' jf'7' XS9 3D 1 Z' jJ). the night tae muiafcj& 'w jsa>>- dalm&

t : end if there fs aar; groaad for tieza ing'Ml: "e teclr1 11erUzamellL'" creasing nUU1'S." Over at \Mamii mUted $3 i.ti some for instance, >tbe greatest tourist season -] to vYfiu: : CbristaaB; she could : .
they sbowla accampaaJefi i:>y aster cards and boob in great proftstou.Cce' .
ever izHnra 2$ fcsi nawc closlZ2g- not tell who was to ite fcassr. The Wsesaie ;t ccc RtGROCERS;s.{
c&s&aos. sj'WiSa nib t> : SsH
Dttt., 1 ecr: ls< the -part ot tbq governor, Tills idea the? the, ne' news9aa 1: ttac.tin .. .. I I s swfc 1b& 5>sxjs& 'WaS a' }}sj. : :J3ooKfsrtore.

oZ general condemnation no longer Pensacola, contains a call for a'' Watch Dacfe Qo It. I Prank DeaD coloreds George I

has any influence with intelligent "State: Convention of Colored BusIness -! The "Jacksonville Metropolis has I Adams, -H. H.: Metcalf,
.S j-eople. The people are not supposedto Men," to be held .in JacKson- some of doubts Mrs.: as Suggs to _Brown Mnging the prompt' murderer -:. and fled to Alfred unimportant Williams,matters colored testi-their.estimony -----I- and all kinds of Feed

[ to know what the Floridian: Is driving vill May 30. The call is signed by a! ly. It the Metrop. will .keep, eye tending to corroborate the -----------------S-------- -'Il-' .- ... =...., .""' ..."..... Stuffs.Pluto .
,a':, even if the latter does know, large numberof colored businessmen on Dade county it will observe a testimony of preceeding witnesses. '

r3 I and if the governor's administrationhas from various parts of the state hanging done .pronjfptly" and with H. Powell. Don't You Need a Carriage Shed?

been so "deserving' of censure," and the meeting promises to be alarge neatness' and dispatch.. .iamt Rec H. PowelJ was '"important witness or a shed for the wagon and farm implements? Pro-
Floridian should have; the man one. One of ord. and testified That while he waa WaterWholesale
the the chief movers tected from the weather they will last longer and per-
at the. )ioue of Judge
q4 hood'!' and' the 1:<<>nesUr.to jcome: out In this case is Editor Ml M. Lewey Madison's Mayor. after th'e murder, Holland! had said form more satisfactory service. -

and say when and where and in what of the Florini Sentinel, who really On the first Tuesday -in April Madison when he saw an axe'standing by the We Want to Furnish the Lumberas

respect this diabolical malfeasance began the 'work some months ago. will re-elect Columbus: B.. Smithto kitchen door.that It *was "tire weapon well as the nails: and other hardwarfe necessary in its and Retail.

has been committed. i.t Such 'movements' on the part of the the office of mayor of that thriv- they did it'"with ? erection. Framing may be had for '116.00, siding $10.00, J

The Journal is not (posing as the colored people ing town. Bro. Smith turns out a VTessie. Carter testified that Holland: shingles $1.75 and $2.25 and wire nails,on a $.35 base.
are in the. direction '
I first-class weekly -paper-) the'New Ei- had on two; pairs of pantaloons! the
1Lt1 : epecial champion of Governor Brow and should be encouraged. tenprise and he .evidently makes as morning after ,the murders, having New Orleans Grocery Co

::4 : ard, because we do not think he good a mayor as lie noes editor, since on ona pair'.,over overalls. He said Saunders ,Mill Company,
really needs one. But, in The Journal /IWfoy do the Pensacola people persist he has been re-nomlooted.-MonUcel-. that Deputy Sheriff Lewis had in his

'' '. opinion this indiscriminate in styling the Louisville and 10 News. -" possession clothing that John Justice Phone 717. 21 fast Garden Street. Jas. McHugh ,
; Nashville Railroad *
Flomaton to
; had on., and which was cut.
: libel on common decency should River Junction the P. & A. road? Campaign Getting Warm. ,W. L.. McKinley, upon: being re- rru- -5r -- Phone 105. Proprietor
j Etop. There are certain members of That title earned a rest several years The campaign for the. legislative callea i! testified to' seeing; some
......... ...
ago.-St Augustine Record. become lbr! "
'4 the state press, who never see any- nomination has already clothing in tile home of John Uustice :
thing good In Governor Broward's I The road referred to was original warm with severaL weeks..yet Intervening that had been recently washed.Jack Order Your

: administration and who seem to be Iy built lAtlantic and known as the Pensacola sibilityof before still the other-primary candidates and a pos-entering to Boone telling WiLS: ChifetmaV also' recalled' the'ana'murden.testified I'ICE, COAL and WOOD Political Announcements.RATES. .

?- ; enable to say anything too bad about & 1 Railroad. When it was Braidentown
t the Christmas
had told Jflm, to go .tell Crexn. 't1t.e'I : ; .
It: U, they have any ground for doing absorbed' .by-the L. & N., It took the Journal. Joe his brother and 'when witness
i ii Consumers' Ice and Fuel Company. The rates for political announ>:
the name of the P. & A. division of the I
: so. they shoula! ''furnish sepci- returned Will/Christmas was hitching I exceeding 8 lines, [u. a
L. & N. antf that is the --Still In the Ring. and told -Jqg to thestore. I ,OSce -Corner Ct&je and Tarragona pine 259.'A ments, not
not-It lock.up
fications.' If they have they ; proper name up I till the primary of :May 15, are is follows
office! is"'all torn and .. _i_ !r
1t4 cannot furnish the specific grounds on for it to-day., We hope this answers The Buoy up :
what with wading through the de At the conclusion of Boone's testl!
Hr; :which these general charges are our contemporary's question. bris and the noise' and confusion of many the state 'tested its case, ,ant The Daily Journal.$1, Of'C

-ir made-then they should.stop this disgnsftvs Hea.1t 0fflC8 ML&er1. ClC .r the hammering and sawing, the pub- defendants ':not offer any testi- Fine Line of PRE TLET- {!. cc-tc! <1 ro.a.L."H'H_" : II
ezfcMitoa oJ 222 c& ;mb'xeD-: lleatioa ot even a .oneborsff newspaper moay. Attorneys for defense oat,fe-
ville, has jUst Issued a statement. to '' 1JTIT1JN.kp17lrflf 'I'h'D tatesare 5tint5 (.ar.h '" J.d.-
eral 111.- 1U.' ttfea tb# .Bswy ,is tfteB&ti siring iD-aTg'e Th6' case, mll Viriot-
the' the ekt'th?. there are but two with no end ot discomfort- and disadvantages mas, Walter Holland and John Jones TENNISGOODS vance and no announcement "i )I: \\1'
believes that
The cases of conUgiooa diseases in the ; but ta .proposes to get were Tema.nd6jj''to jail to await, the ssited or run under any ociditions. r >L 'ia'
JFloridlaa Z wants to be fair and it somehowon 'ju'st, the .
whole there time action of the grand Jury and Joseph
One is
a case of
topes that its Jacksonville contemporary typhoid same, in anticipation, of.'a, greatly improved Justice; released from custody. It .i$

will see the error of- its recent and the other a case of diptheria. home in the immediate future.St. possible that attorneys for defense Justice: ( of Peace, 2nd District/ _
} I I Ul-adrised utterances. This is a splendid! showing fora city Andrews Thioi.'S. ." will apply to Judge"Carter for an order

h'ifft of Jacksonville's size. .. releasing the prisoners on bail I hereby announce my 1"3o''f;:
I E1eeIeIty. for the office of Justice of th. "rS,. !
; The Birmingham city council Is !Editor! '0, LvBettlnger: of the Ocala The electrical properties of amber A Princely Gift. JUST RECEIVEDNew ti for the Second District: of En-' a

I44r1.k J going to pass a resolution prohibit. Star. 1* candidate: for- the legislature were known to the'Greeks before the Perhaps the, most magnificent' gift \\l'fIThI County, subject to the Deiroc.J' .

rtWt ing reading'In..that: strenuous from Marion county. He has Christian era. Electricity' takes its ever made by any.individual to any nation Tennis good. Primary to be held May 15th, '

metropolis: They! must ,have some The' oumal' best wishes for success -.name from the;Greek word for amber. was the: presentation by Lady Rockets--$1,25, $1.50, $2.00, $2.50, k C. L. SIIiE .

mighty inrpcEtant subject matter on Gilbert in 1600 Was the'first to employ Wallace to" the English nation of herhusband's $ .OO, $3.50 $4.00, $4.50, $5.00, $5.50. hU : :==-J:

i1r their minds up there when it comes tie terms "electric force" and "electric remarkable art collection:in 'Nets=1.50, $2.50. For Tax Collector.I .
HDI attractions." In 1748 'FraD1dln's-'elee- 1897. of I Balls 3 for $1.00. neiuapl Smmre.t-4km... 5-
i'i to a stage inhere the city council has 'HHft. It contains over 600 pictures .
f trical researched bad-progressed so far every school thirteen by Sir, F1n<>: 'tine fresh spring Fishing Hudien-u4 only Perfect JI (riU \'
Including myself a
t4I to be called on for protection. a.If.4lli11r! Pell. No{IM Slier Jit hereoy announce ,
iCHO SE' BETWEEN THEM '# that be kilted! t1Slte.1'b1 the electric Joshua Reynolds, furniture, china and Tackle; new and of best quality. _G bit to ijillr-oa el Qgg 4J date for re-election to the ofh-t of

t- spark and roasted' it by:"an electric objects of art innumerable, of a value One,thousand new Edison Records oriiakiaj. rci ti Tax Collector for Escambia (""mit:1

1 t1* Advertise and <<; ,:Wuhington. Post. jack before abie kindled.'by the 'el e- between ?15,000,000 and 20000000. It just picked'over.in. Come. quick before they are ia Ympyprcath.buoau tis pitar)tnd the.. pea 511.Wrft.sthozstMit iI at the primary to be held on iLiy l ,
I ,
I Vic bottle, and In-1752 by:means of the was left absolutely to the nation,, the la, 1906. I solicit your u-te.
Out-of "town' orders filled.
Xti; Be Prosperous I H .M- iite experiment he demonstrated the only stipulation being that it should be --.promptly Respectfully.J.. RO ERTS.-
identity of electricity- and lightning.The kept distinct from other national col tomcbes tbpapu'
The: women know what you have to If Mr. Hearst should be elected
first manWctiichIne lections.
tell this week as well as they know governor what !would of Mr..New Bryan York do> this That year is, made at Paris by .PixiJ in 1832;was the F. B. BRUCETHE Eagle$50Flash At the solicitation of friends. 1.". r*

what attraction Is playing at their something Mr. Hearst would like to first telegraph .lin$ in the United A Secret Defined. I by announce myself a can-ini5 .' :'"

ri! & favorite theatre-and they keep track. know, and it is something the country States was set'uptbetweea-Washlngton A secret is a thing which joujconK the office of Tax Collector :OIP'J"'
ti 41tt' of both by.reading the ads. would' like to know. Mr. Bryan and Baltimore In. 1844; the first sub- municate to one whom you can trust No.zsw1mbutz.ofldpI4>!! I. -- the action of the Democratic I .Uloil' !

f is committed to a radical policy. Mr. marine cable 'was 'laid between Eng- He, In, turn tells it to somebody that pea rabbet! .mt-heat ud fuBf gaanntetd.tod ; YUICVUZC4. May15. 1906. OERTi.N:
$ "A little fire Is quickly trodden out Hearst is< a radical. Will Mr. Bryan land and.France In 1S30. As early as he can trust, and that somebody- Eagh"Fuh"No.25 4wtLildL..ndj.$2.5O NESLS McKENZIB -

being suffered rivers cannot consent to the leadership of Mr. 1802 Sir Humphry Davy produced an veals it to another somebody whom he '
If business shows a Hearst, or will he require that Mr. I electric light :wIth carbon points,on almost can trust And so it goes the rounds, Ee.1."fls.h'No.25 tare, ;e, $ For County Treasurer.:. ...
t.; quench. your Hearst. submit, to his leadership! the same principle that.now but it is still a secret,, although everybody -' ith1oIdbs1da$4.OO: I,
tendency to "drag behind" a little renewed -will; Mr. Bryan or Mr. Hearst head employed. Th first electric, railway i knows itSCIENCE Sdd lIy"Slatioaera' I, will be a candidate in ," '''pm'
the ticket,of 1908? Ojbr Store cratic primary of May 15 in: ;p'nomi.
vigor in advertising wil set it the continent'.Of: CAKE $
on Europe"was built
The conservatives are not 'In it : I Aik TOUR DEALER. USe nation to the office of cour.'.' :..euur'er. ; ;
rj right tut the thing must be done When they dissolved the organizationthat by Siemens at Berlin in..1881, the first doe at sell Ton tic ,aPe The support of all d. :i-1"( iits w ::1

quickly, or "rivers of ink" cannot reoJ1r nominated Palmer and Buckner in England was coastructed in 1882, SETTLES IT. ;.Will be the finest ever, if "FLASH"teo4 the retail FotnainPoutlje nice direct to be appreciated.

t the damages. the'..only sound-money party of 1896, and In America the.first electric line ; have ci. Lick jn twolattliDtced. : fJU- J. ED. WILLIAMS
they practically- went out of the political was built In 1861 Dandruff you us bake it. '
r Is Caused by a Germ That -
business. Had xhey1 maintainedtheir Cc "8Tj'
pencil (
Eagle ,. m'f a
4b \ .Unless you have learned where to organization and held to the Aba'EJaewhere. Saps the Hair's Vitality.It Uahoftctaren I hereby announce of (rount: Tt: >,I.'
Ice Cream date for the office
: advertise you still have a "business principles! of their platform of 1896 In England it Is not,what 'ouknow Is now settled fact that .dan 3Bro.AwyNe-w. York urer, subject to the acti-n of .IK :},'f .

1- t oth" to cut. this! would hav. _been an opportune that is if importance; but.-whom you druff Ig caused 'by a germ. Falling 1 In Fancy ocratic Primary.
time for them-perhaps the psychological hair and baldness are the result of WRH.HTO
know; not what you *bui\vho; you THOS. F. ,_
1f44 'Out o! sight, out of mind," is so occasion. But they would art not what' do fonyohrself, but dandruff. Dr. a J. BearJsley/. Moulds ; =-
; you
not have it and te nomination of .
true of advertising that it might have so what others will. Champaign Ill, got hold of tha.ne' For County Tax Assessor. _
Judge Parker left them high and do1oron.-Londonj hair preparation, Newbro's Herplelde
been written about It. Your ad. i! dry, and.with. nothing to do but to' Truth. Furnished in any quantityand
: -the only one that kills the dandruff I will be candidate for re'Iomir.I'tion
out of mind and your store is out oJ fall' In :with 'one or the other of the.' I-bt'ot" germ. He says: "I used Herpicldefor flavor for banquets, PANAMASCLEANED. to the office of County Tax ASS' -
too the fail great parties. dan't and falling hair ofI -
to 'ruif
mind on day.you ad my ;and sor, in the Democratic Prinw. "
did Mr. Borem-Conld rMe.'MlSs Fibbs? .
.,erUse.Ir The south not respond to I am well satisfied with the result.' dinners or entertainmentsof : BLEACHED, REBANDEt>> 15. I respectfully ask your MIPP/'
: : S IPudge Parker's suggestion of a Mald-FaU. thafs.Wathe was won- Dr. J. T. Fugata,, of Urbana IlL-4say ; BY EXPERT WORKMEN. W. W. RIOHARI

Only very close friends will come tc I southern candidate. There was talk derin as ye come, a'crost: the street "I have used Herpicida for dandruff whatever nature. -' = -::.
of :Mr. Bailey; there was thought ol Mr. Borem-Ah; then she's-ia! Maid- with excellent results. I shall; prescribe Leave Hats at Wagenhelm's Cigai =

dine with you without invitation; ant: Mr. Currerson; there was mention of Tes but she's not cornel-Philadel. It in my practice." Herpicide Store, '32 S. Palafox. _FOP Representative.I __ S
only very loyal customers will come tc I Mr. Tillman; there was whisper ol phia Press. S kills the dandruff germ. Physicians -
feSfit your-store unless you ask-them to d "
10. party Is very hungry and very He who recognizes BO 'higher logic For sale by W. A. D'Aleniberte,. drug- Kandy Kitchen Cafe House of Representatives lr' ai c.,.
4t3 thirsty. It would love to ,see Mr. and 121 South cambia subject to th': .
than that of the Bhiliinc pay becomea gist apothecary PaUfox ,C'ottrellFINE.I'HOTOGRAPHS.; County. .
Bryan in the White House, but it street, or send lOc -in stamps. for 104 Palafox. Phone 999 J cratic Primary. I earnestly ;
"Light gains make heavy purses; realizes; that .Mr., Bryan is unlucky.. very rich man and yet remain. .. a'seq sample to The HerpW Co., Detroit : the support of the voters of :> -. '

i for light gains come often, great, one : U it comes to conclude that Hr poor creatnre.-S. Semes- Mich. Pensacola, Flat ty., .JERRY.J.: SULLIVAN -R.

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-- THE_ 'PEKSAOOLA. t JOURNAC yg,. N'iP.t'\,_ .::h ORN.t.NG: APRIL' 4, 1906 PAGE FIVE
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I j PEOPLE rid. h'

|I.j Seen, Heard and Done Among Those Who Go,Come and aMEN'S EARlE i

|.. Tarry 08 Women and Society" ,.,Here and Elsewhere. i 4

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8r Eo NOUt BECK. ,,.
Tefcplko 6S9. &
T' call attention the fact that have of the I
.. -.n. .. your we one largest
LOVE'S COMJN = and best selected stocks of Men's Shoes Shirts Underwear
e had warriors looked come for his coming as The-Journal's Daily Fashion Feature Hosiery, i it :

With the clash of/ anna "and tie and Neckwear to be found in the -
bugle's call:, i: / '. city. !
gat be cams Instead-witi.,a stealthy' .
tread, .
mdch she did :not'hear a$'alL g

se had thought tow: his armor.. Shoes.We Clothing. Underwear. I
-would blaze tJ1.the sun, '
13 he rode bride like"prince to claim are exclusive ,agents for the Schloss Bros/ line of high-grade ,Soft finished Balbriggans i at 50c. !! + ; l -

la the his sweet dim; light'of the falling foUowingwe11..knownlines.. Ralston's Clothes made to measure at Elegant Combed Egyptian Balbriggas, I ,
night Health Shoe,. which we can show Gossamer Weight Nainsooks and :

She found him at her side ? in many styles and leathers.- This 515.00, $17,50, Egyptian Crepes at SLOO per suit i ir if9

She had dreamed how the,gaze. of his 1J 1! /L shoe has one special advantage over $21,00,. 527,00, : Fine Lisle Thread Balbrigganinpure I ,

strange bold eye all other shoes which we will be white and gossamer weight at
could glow wake: her heart to a sudden pleased to explain to you and up, in the newest and nobbiest $2 per suit I

She found in his face the familiar 'r, The Crawford Shoe in many leatiV .fabrics, and the swellest. styles for Gossamer weight WOOL Shirts I

Of a grace friend she used to know. r. ers and.all the new end popular lasts, spring and summer.Bimetalic, and Drawers at $2 per suit, I '

; a strictly high-grade shoe for $3,50 '
!ie tad dreamed how: his coming and $4. '
would stir her soul, '. f Shirts. '
As the ocean Is stirred ty the wild James Means, the best 52,50and. Neckwear.
storm's strife; $3 Shoe made in America .
fie brought her the balm of a heavenly Best fitting, best wearing, best t
calm i The Nobbiest the Newest
1 ""7 for One Dollar
And a peace which crowned her otY looking Shirt made yf y
life. from the narrowest stringto f ff +

-ELA.: "WHEELER cvHJc L Hosiery.Our the Four/in Hand 25
-+- Stratfor big English < f +
HOLIDAY MOORE WEDDING ""1 50 75c and $1.00. '
TAKES PLACES NEXT WEEK. Summer line, and of. styles ,
The many friends of Miss Mary f and prices to suit everybody, .no the 50c Shirt We want every man in the city to I I s smatter

Invitations Holiday are: receiving the following, how gay or reserved you maybe call and see us before purchasing his I ,

i iI I par excellence supply for spring and summer.
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore R. Holiday I 1.. I
request the honor of your presenceat i h
the marriage of their daughter I
:Mary Luelle, Reeseiflowers. .
to Watson Parker &

art: Henry Edwards :Mooreon ,
(Wednesday morning the "

eighteenth 1906 of, April n : t3" m" n1 o t :(.tn""m n-t
at nine o'clock. .
Cottondale Florida.
: .:-. .MISSES' wealthy Frenchman, her life was fictitious Moro tables greeting
lEss Holiday has frequently visited > ;, ETON- BLOUSE! Dancing was.! the chief amusement, spent in :Mobile, until she moved to There are many tens of ;Jhousanas o;f ;
m this city guestof Mrs.. John G. The eton blouse Is .a: most becoming Ing one over the other at the waistline though cards and other games were Augusta,. where: in the beautiful, white :babies In this country; in the<
Wood and daughters and though they model to the Immature $ci oolgirl.: in the centre back and .;sxtendJig enjoyed by some. chateau she held the most celebrated gutters and slums, daily and hourly
:will unite in wishing her every happiness It gives better lines to Tier figure than' several inches below tae waistline, Everyone feels that they are indebted salon In,.all the south. Colonel Dyer exposed to greater danger than
will regret that as a bride she do those short'boleros mhich stand: out ending in points. The double- rease'd c to the,Century Club for sc has furnisher the house with great shrapnell and shot. Suppose' you ,
will leave the state and live at Col- so jauntily trom'the'figul"c- more fronts blouse slightly all edges hea: many social events.., The Entertainment care as near like the original as give; them a little thought More ol
vingtoa, Oa., the home of the happy .- mature. This season the stawl collar fly stitched, the rounding sh:1wl.l'ollar: Committee. 'deserves special possible, and It is now one of the them go down Into the darkness of
man who has won. her. which the French are',using so extensively -i trimmed with three rows "of narrow thanks. : most beautiful. places about Augusta. the bottomless pit every day than
+ on their ''best tailor-made! soutache braid while a cuff is"slam- Wyefs'Bafid, from Pensacola hasfurnished Atlanta< journal. are killed of Moro babies in a cen
BIRTHDAY PARTY productions,is the new feature of this lated on the leg o' mu toi ,sleeve b} 'the "1Jhr..jc" "aid- delightful tury.-Tampa Times. et N
FOR TWO LITTLE TOTSl blouse. The back fits'the figure not curved stitched. bands. A narrow: refreshments.,. have ''always. .. been The new residence of Mr. and Mrs --+-
April 1 was the anniversary of little too snugly and broad suspendsr-: stitched belt.of the cloth confines this servei L' "W. A.. Blouat Is materializing. By There was no meeting of the New.
Alberta Vermillion who six A tennis court la1 to be addedto of track car loads of City Ladies Club yesterday on account
was bands of the material- :'are stitched blouse to the wafs'tline, the pbintec soon means a spur ;
and of her little brother William L. and set in the :ghouldersseam, buttcn- ends overlapping in the front .' the club's grounds. brick 1 have been deposited on the tot of the death of Mrs. flames T.
Jr.. was four years old. They are the )Meadames Tracy" and Crannell, twofavorites adjoining Mr. C. W. Lamar's beaati-: Geralds' baby;
children of Mr. W. L. Vermillion, and: whom Century% delights to ful place which .}fr. Blount recently I I
happier- little tots were never seen Edna Gonzalez, Josephine Brazwell, prize a cut glass bud vase Mrs. L honor, entertained:: number of their purchased from his brother Judgo A. Copt J. S. Kehoe and daughter .. ..
than:they because' Mrs. 'Wbitmyer Lena Sher; LilKe Mo'- \.'erreU-Ethel .Hiraehmanhe .second an..embroide4ycovered friends at the Club Saturday evening. C. Blount, Jr., and the prospects now Miss Fannie, have returned from THE TONIC SEASON HAS
gave them a party. Sreenblatt, Sadie' and Eva Holson, pin cushion- and Miss "The large audfcorium was converted are that the 'baY-$hore colony wjil JIarianna where Miss Kehoe has ARRIVED
Their happiness was shared by Tsddie Henson:, ..Nathanand Joe Frenkel of Louisville won the guest into a spacious parlor starry soon have another desirable acquisi spent the last ten days. Don't neglect to build up your system
twenty-flvelittle, .friends ana1 fourteenof Joe Greenblack, Louis. Sher, Willie prize a pretty picture. spring flowers pseped) out everywhereand tion. in spring-likely run down over
their big friends, all of whom partook Everrett Vincent Holsen Willie 1 Alter the series of games the the lovely sprays of green gaveone .. "Blue Ribon" Is the brand! of the winter-to fortify it against the swel-
of the nice 'anniversary. dinner hurIa. Wyatt Golsen, Sammy Abraham hostess. _served "a delicious ,loath. pj [ the Idea'of a'sylvan.'dell.. I Mr. O'Connor has made another finest Lemon and Vanilla "extract that tering stress of summer. Best thing
and. participated. In_the merry games Emmanuel Jonzalez. < of four >courses. : ; 'Promptly at, 9:1: !; the pests were improvements at The Cab'hagePatch money and experience can produce. you know, or we know, Is a bottle or
from: 2 till 6. .-+--. The next meeting will be with Mrs.Lep requested totake )heir places! under by building a pretty pavilionthereik Absolutely pure, goes twice ns far two of our Ironola. As we make it
The table was beautifully! decorated MRS. GOLpRING'S EUCHRE Mayer., a canopy of.;Japanese umbrellas, lanterns < and the "Blue Rsbon Flavor" is per ourselves we're confident of Ita purity a
with wild flowers and three TUESDAY ,AFTER NOON.airs. -+- and,, bjlbons! long ribbons ,fection. Its purifying blood-cleansing qual
large birthday cakes dress-d with N. Goldring entertained the GAY TIMES IN CENTURY i, were floating from the Walloons. At a Mss;. Max I*. '.Bear has returned
colored candles! and candles, and a Married Laales Afternoon Euchre at GUESTS: OF CENTURY CLUB signal the ribbons y were' pulled and from a week's visit In Louisville, Ky. ities.Hooton's
bountiful dinner was served. The her home last..evening, : .the special AND TWO SOCIETY LADIES: the guests received such a '* Pharmacy
two little ones receiver a lot x>f lovely guests being Miss Edna Frenkel of The Century Club gave the last ofa shower of confetti '''as was Mrs.;. Morrison Martinez who has I. SAGE LEAVES I ,
presents from relatives and Atlanta Miss Meta'JRoeeaau of Louisville series of balls on Thursday even- never dreamed of. Truly this was been vt:1: ting relatives In this vicinity The Birthplace of Prompt Delivery. '.
friends. Miss; Matilda Frolichstein of, ing,\ March 29. The Inclemency of an '"April Fool" party. Fool's InI leaves to-day for her home in PHONE 1100. a
Guests present were Bessie and Mobile, an4 Mrs .Gabe' ;Hirsch of the weather did not prevent the assembling red and yellow were very' much Peekshill, N. y.
Edna Henson, Modeste, Jet and Frits- Natchez. of youth and beauty., evidence, In ribbons, favors, and I to'Th Journal. I
dena !Rosique, :Annie, Helen, anti Mrs. Max L. Bear won the first The decorations were woods many fools' caps. !Miss Minnie Byers has returned Special *
After the confetti battle bad sub- from a 'month's visit in :Mobile accompanied Brent, April Wednesday and
sided, bags of red and yellow; con- by. per sister Mrs. EJdeKoberteoa. ; Thursday were quite "foul." The wind
taming beans were distributed. Then : got up before day Thursday morningto 1iiSOAP
ffiaae aaaaaaaaa a pa e a2 a22aaaa followed an auction of favors, the + make a howling record. and scared
beans representing dollars. Various James Bazzell has so greatly Improved us out of !bed too early for good
I were the favors. After a spirited ,he Is entirely out of* danger health. No lives were lost as' far as
a OUr nsfant Thoughts .auction,. slips of paper containing and it, was not necessary for his heard from.
n'ame's of animals were distributed, brother to leave the yacht Venetia Friday was blasted; up for a cold
each guest was ;requested to draw and come home wave, but it was too much out of sea
, Mi.; YQUR; EASTER SHOES .he- animal namea on his alp I am St son. By sunset the change was
: .. sure neither Noah nor Barnum would To :papers and people who are "waived," and lightning: flashes were
tU :tave"recognized the animals shown weeping over the blood of few and displayed In the southewestSaturday
w T' ml blackboard.. March-
on the we )had a typical
the 'Easter'Suit-and : Delightful refreshments,'' consisting .
Match the
new out.I
NN >f sandwiches' coffee, pressed feel somewhat exited over the
chicken, "Angel's Food," cakes and announcement of a transportation Reduced from
New Hat--an 1i ewie-and all tv i herbet, were served. { company being prepared to beat the
All the guests danced the Virginia j I Panama connection with the Pacific
m :' the other fresh spring:toggery, with! .Reel anal .some more ,modern ocean, making Pensacola a mighty i '
lances, then, gathering around the f terminal! May it be but a nightmare Ii 60 Cents
fU natty pair of. Oxfords';and your cos- .fU piano, they sang "Old Folks at- t dream that the ships will soon be
f Home," and "Home Sweet Home. ready to take on loaded cars at our
m \\g3q/ tume willth.n becQri Pl te. / m Just at the witching hour of twelve J wharves to be dumped Into vessels on I'
bade their fair
,the guests reluctantly the Pacific sido. One thousand cars i to
hostesses good night. E now being built. for "chuking" to the i
m V All Styles=-All Prices m Never in the history of Century 4BUY farther shore of Techuantepic.How I I
has a more delightful evening beenipent many railroads will be reaching!

N f '\ ,, : N : out In all directions from Pensacola i 30 CentsPer
before the Panama canal is halt dugout i

MEYER HO'E CO.Feet Furnishers for Folks ,| MISSISSIPPI.The I II Tha? whisperings of great things for j
friends and acquaintances of our city get louder and louder as the i
m SOUTH P(\LAFOX ST.4it' Mrs, Sallie Mims and family, who I value of tha port becomes widely I Dozen Cakes
t .formerly resided! in this city will *.e THE BEST I known. .
interested in .the following invitation THOS. MCMILLAN. j t -
ftaaaaaaaaassaaaaaaaaasaaaaaaaaaaaaaaasaaIt : which has been received?, and 'When you buy groceries, insist /
::: w iii unite In good wishes for the hap- on, having' the:-bet.. Im Counterfeiting the Genuine. I

............... *""" *"., (. .. prman and his bride. pure and adulterated, food is Foley & Co., Chicago, originated I A delightful toilet
>> '::t .. >>- '" "'n'-":::. -: ::Hu: =un=n""m-tB dangerous. Really good, freii: Honey and Tar as a throit'and lung I
Mrs. Sallie M'ms! pure groceries cost no more article which you
remedy, and on account of the great!
.requests the honor of your presenceat than: the otter kind-if you I merit and populajrityjjf Fo ef' Hone;

i is to People of Musical Appreciationthat l. the marriage Clarice.to other daughterInez make thi ASPARAGUS.your grocery store. for and the Tar many genuine imitations Thespworthless! are offered 1, will enjoy and .continue -

". Whole-.asparagus (small cans! (initiations hare tiznilar! sounding to use after
, a Dr, FrederickSUrges Ksrrta, < Extra C&olc Tips!, 35e. I names Bevara ef them. Tke- genuine
our Pianos appeal; They ,possess that, tone quality that gives that fJ) 02 the the'eighteenth afternoon ol of April, Whop Aspan-fcua: ; large cans, \>tey's Honey Bad Tar 5* Ja a 1't"1.j you have once tried
:fit perfect blending with the,human:yoice. The greatest care should be .m'Wednesday. at five o'clock. \ f doe. .; low package. Ask for it and Tefuselany

exercised in piano buyifag.'Do; not allow: anyone to persuade you to'buy at her home, French Peas, extra fine, 25c. I coughs substitute.and colds.It }$Jthe W::best A. 1 remedyfor >'Alem-1. it.Sol. S '

a cheap piano, for a pooranstrument is not desirable at,any price. Lucedale MississippiAt :FRENCH 'MUSHROOMS. berte druggist P.Dd epothgcary. i
Small size. ............... I ..
: \t. Home Large.size. ...........'.. 'I To West Florida' Merchant, .

Every Piano We Offer is .:a Bargain, .. -e w* ;McLain Mrs. Thaddeus, Mississippi., --Horton.- Is In Angus I cream I have factory established In Pensacola a;.first'class ad can Ice Cahn & Go

because of its quality and !ow price' and "pay/whenyou/like" plan ii :tat beautiful the guest Chateau of the Le Misses Vert the Green home at make quantity.you good Correspondence prkeson cream'solicited.In any

Kranich & Bach, Packard, 'Lester: Gassell, Clutter. Sheet music at pub'lisher's ; Ei of[ their uncle, CoL D. B. Dyer, who. ROSEN All & GERE DS BOSSO ICE .CREaUI.'gam'Bosso.FACTORY' The Pure Food Store
the horse show.Chateau ,
I ; is I president
4 i prices.. '" i ;. Le Vert is famous as the Pensacola Fla. SiBthwttt Corms Palafax in*laiudcneU

Qldpt and Largeat- ii4-itfi S. Palafo' >< St. jy :rome- of the fascinating of the century woman who, as of The Fancy Grocers, Attention, Daughters bt :Rebekah.
ualoHousoln Clutter I Musio I House Phone e.E the J.Octavia early Walton.part was a friend of the All members of the Degree! Staff of Phone.{ 1780
Florida PENSACOLA C'J Washington Irving, Pensacola.. Naomi Rebekah Lodg&.requested
of Pfton0.391.
i. GEO.,W. C. CLUTTER, Tres. B. E. CLUTTER See. -md.Bonapartes of. Webster' and Clay. After bur I to attend' the regular drill ,tonight at I

!' ..J .:U .. tJtJ-: : -l .:marriage to Dr. Henry S. LeVert, a 8 o'clock. at "

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Ji : It Is Easy to Get it Out have several thousand: dollars ;;. .:, : r ..,, enDrstoThos.:, C. Watson 6 Cj.v .

which'wewould like to.loan upon approved 'l <'d. s -, .
I Ir '. Ten desirable lots, ,real estate' security. Consult-
1- very
Leading Real Estate' Rental and Insurance
is1f. you"want 'to-!borrow; Agency
ij1 r 'J! you have money in a bank. But if ouh.ave'y: ur REAL ESTATE. : Block 92 of the New City. j'; t, ,... .., .. '
estate well located it cannot be' frittered : .
money in real Tract Jackson $1800.00 : -
intersection "
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away in careless spending here and, -there, but If not, you should be, for:more mon '
itWill ey is made out ot ,it than anythingelse. street and 16th avenue; over Cottage and 3 lots on corner _at ,------.-.-.---...---- .. -.. ,. -
Fishervilje 'f'plerididfor. the summer
Look, at this ,sale'dwelling lIst ,- ,West' "\ looking the bay, beautiful I and the year", round. .Just a,few steps .."Bargains; : jn Real Estate in all parts of theStores

.$ 850-A four room v .
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to..the.water; .. : '-
> End, with 5 lots: House' rents lots. for residences., : it ;:
Increase in Value If you have property and want It \,..: :" ,
for $6.00. : : .
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; 55 Bel
Seven Block sol .
$2000Store() and dwelling combined' lots I list)it 'with us.,, no charge unless ami,
.. Dwellings'for rent.
c with another smal dwelling, adjoining montTract.lots;; in this Block we' make sale: .. '. t ; ,
''Fire and.
life, accident bond insurance. *
h1; If improved, it will in West End Ibusineis district '
every year. bring agood '
.t&fts inside ,rates'of
at' current interest
selling at $700. on
:n: rate of Interest, while the growth in value' is "like ; rents $216 a year. ;

14: getting money from home" We invite t "you. |to',see $ 900-Small East Romana house on just lot east 28 of by Tar 170:, Six houses North Alcaniz L. ::.: --. 'hi i ),pbid" -Qr'unimproved property.
.211; : our list of properties, or write us:about 'this I question.Pensacola. $4000-Business coiner '(store: and !IL ,S. BROWN '& CO. Insurance placed in fifteen leading American
net .
Pala per cent. ,
dwelling combined) near : 'and f reigz i companies.] .

fox, rents $420 a year._ For particulars apply to !: ,Thiesen Building. I!'. : .

? YOU CAN MAKE MONEY IN ANY : : : ;VJ:: respectfully solicit your patronage.
: Our:rental department given especial attention -
h Investment ,
:?- Call and see our list.
I 4. H. ALEHBERTE City Manager.. PROPERTY. HcDavid-Hyer Company, f:f: ; $700itBuys i.;:.':',v''f,< .' 4

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"it W. H. KNOWUS, President R.,B. SIMPSON,Secretary. Agents New York .'..' '',

1 I.L STOIMAN, V..Pres. anl Gen. Manager. KNOWLES BYES Treasurer. "' S240.o Life Insurance Company. : a neat five, room cottage on : :.-:: '
f rents month. A
East Gregory; $8 per '
Jael Estate, loans;General Investments. 8 E. Government' Street. investment :' HOOTON & WATSON
:t will buy an elegant little 6 room Phone 7CO. Pensacola, Fla. rod ,
215 South Palafox Street, Pensacola, Florida. dwelling. corner' Jackson and.Gu1l-: .: $1200. *. >
mard. House has electric light: 34 SOUTH PALAFOX
gas >
five'rooIil "
Gets: cottage, with bath and
connections, bath and sewer. Only For Farm
Turpentine pr repeption halL Easy terms, N. 8ta' ,
h one bloCk! from Lee and just -, -
square = .
r avenue line excellent :;, -: : -;=-" ":::::-:0: <:'': :';:: :
'f -- across from the school-house.: ., Timber Lands, borhood.near car- ; neigh- -

r :7: 30, EAsT HILL LOTS. For Sale.
Some Good Sound SPECIAL ATTENTION Call on or Address : NEW REAL ESTATE LIST .
PW At$60 and up ;$i0 down remafner in .
Turner & monthly installments. .These are bar I FOR: SALE-iFlne gentle cow,
I LESLIE E, BROOKS Aymard gains. FOR SALE I Jersey. Price $20. Apply to part The

Business Property ... Real 'Estate :and Abstract Co. :.5 _$950.00 Six housed 'in':West King Tract Fisher Real Estate Agency. 5apr.:

204/2 S. Palafox St. FisherBuilding.. P. 0. Box 115 DeF nIak Springs, Fla For finest build'ng site on E. Hill car renting fqr",:$30'pep: month '. ..52850 FOination SALEHFine hotel site; best su-

r1h 'For a limited time we will offer this property for sale. If you Phone 462. line. Three lots corner Gadsden and in the city for a tourist hotel -

desire a good sure investment investigate these, : Wanted J.6th avenue.. Rouse in West' End, renting for 130,feet fronting south by 172 feet
,$10 per, month,, good, neighborhood deep on East Government street over.
110 ft. by '170 ft deep on Intendencia a good warehouse site a UftflJUtflfltUWUUWUWr flflflMflflrm W ,. .. 1' .' ..$1000 looking Seville square and Adams
good wholesale business site, a building 'on the property' would rent HELP WANTEDWANTED WANTED-To buy old gold and silver :: C.R.YAEGERNo. ( .. street with open view of Pensacola

; : ; well for retail shops. In our opinion it will in a short time be worth --.: broken up stuff regardless; of Five lots on:North.Hill, if'taken bay, $10,000 will buy the

? t; a' good deal more money. It can be had now at, ,. $12000.00 sIze3. Cash paid. Ligatman & Klein 202 Thiesen. Building. ,Phone 686 at' once.:,' ,4 ",' .....,-. .. ... .$3000 lapr. property.
-An experienced! seamstress 1. ,
b; 64xl26 ft on West Romana; without a doubt this is the best 106 E. Wright Phone 1127. ,
$.4 ;, side street in the city. This! property is right in !ine of business and ; creole preferred. Miss tf; Five lots fronting! Toledo' square' FOR SALD Elegant Lester piano
11' 14 in short time will be business! property. You can buy it now Smith, 319' E. Gregory.4apr W ANTED.-A. R. Blngham wants ; MiscellaneousCUT New' City..:.. ;.. ; :<. .. .$1000 Like new. Cheap for cash. 1000

Q4i1A for. ... .. .. ..'... .. ...... .... ..'. ,. .. ,. .... .. .$4000.00 W.A.NTEDen. to learn barber trade. your moving and hauling. He guai* One block.in'' Ne"w City on car Cervantes. St. Aprils:*..
k)4 Again think this over and call around see'us. 10 positions for every graduate. Top antees all brekage. Fiona 630. '. "FLOWERS Orders promptly line.. .. ..... ., -.:. ...$4000
wa'ges pad.: Few weeks complete. .filled foi .roses-, carnations,- flowers hard FOR SALE: -A first-class cigar and
Half Jock:in New City.on
Course includes tools and diplomas. I will tune and repair you piano and and designs of all kinds. Miss BertiaSmith. .- .F. ; stationery store, pool room connected

-----Now, Think This Over!!!.----- Can nearly earn expenses if desired.I 'organ as cheap as any one; guarantee ..,616. Barcelona., Phone 651. rqad,' oveIlD9: ,: ., Jtayou' : .Texar. $1500 in the rear. Paying business, well
Catalogue mailed free: 'Moler Barber best and neatest work. Prompt These are'.11. .first-class: pieces of established and centrally located on

College, New Orleans La., lapr6t* attention' and satisfaction. Phone 802 TAILORING -'- B. L. Diamond, Tailor.Gents property sad,- are gity; ", edge inve*'-. Palafox street opposite the new Brent
2 rings. J. Conrad Scott. 8m dm "<; clothing cleaned, pressed'and ments. building. Apply 32 S. Palafox StSlmar.

Fisher Real Estate Agency I WANTED-A woman to' do general : repaired on'short notice. No. 11% ; .

e I house work. Apply 227 E.,Intendencia WANTED.-The public .to know that West Government" St, Pensacola, Fla.. :
i'i: street laprSt*:. old newspapers .can be, bought at Jiie HALE'WILSON'CO. FOR SALE-Full blood waits Wyan.
this office.for five cents a bundle.,They .' D. % }( dotte eggs, Beacon of Boston strain
206 S. Palafox St. Phone 87. "AGENTS 'WANTED"Experfenci 3 I are all clean, and nice.: '* k PORTER, sailmaker, 716 South '. -, i $2.50 setting of 15. Few very fine
not .: Palafox street 'Orders'taken for cockrels ready for the yard. Address
necessary; pays for slcknf .ac REAL ESTATE
IIrii cident and" death., Address the Fraternal tents, awnings' ,camp stools and housecots. ., .- ,. Chas. Murray, ,DeFuniak Springs Fla.
4q ------ C"
--- Bankers of America, .St Louis Board and Rooms. ,etc. Prices. reasonable./ 31 Jan. RENTS AND'. LOANS Slmarlm*

ii J :Ma 25mar&: SHIP; CHANDLERS-McKinzIe Oert- .- 'i ", .
DIRECTORYJoppa Professional Directory WE LEARN you to make mirrors at j NICELY! FURNISHED ROOMS for ',ing & Co.. wholesale-and retail ship 30 'S. Palafox. St ted Co., Bonifay Fla.-SesBoms-Whf 31mar2w

p .. 'I home. Full guaranteed formula $5.i iI rent. Good ]location 'and rSasonable chandlars.,grocers,.only first-C1ass. > .'
L 4 .vTnj u jmrv-ir.finr I P. F. M. Co., Box 472 Pensacola, Fla. terms. 401 W. Chase St 4api2w house of kind in: city., (Fair prices, to all. Phone 234.: FOR SALE.-A photographers outfit.

Lodge, No. 6, I. 0. 0. F. THOS. PEBLEY ISmarlm* ._ .
fui ? 1 Cheap. Apply Fisher Furniture
Joppa Lodge No.6, I. 0. 0. F. FOR .E't'T-2 l shoo or unfur Fine stationery, wedding Invitations,
ESTATE:; LOANS AND store, 138 E. Intendencia St. 27mar
nished rooms tWo'sblocks" from FOR'RENT:
tr meets every Tuesday evening at 7:30: COLLECTIONS ear cards etc. .Celia
'J't'i o'clock at Rafford Hall, West GardenSt. PALAFOX.AND WANTED. line. Terms reasonable., Apply 22 S. M. Robinson, representing, The Chas. -WW 'fW -OWW. ; FOR STLE A nice fat
Visiting. brethren are cordially In PHONE 559. ,tJrtnJrrnJurttJarrrJwJj-j'-- !I Donaldson Stuor.P one 1134., laprlw_* H. Elliott, Company' of_ Philadelphia.Smarlm. A. R.' BINQHAM a.,s'Storage room for first class condition. Price donkey$35.

vited. rent suitable:for furniture,or othergoo4i Fisher Real l Estate
WI.NTEIJto 10 acres. Rood land Agency 25mch.
T. H. FLEETWOOD, N. G. ;1! NEWLY FURNISHED rooms;; ve.ryI 104 aad 108 .South: Tarragona
!4 J. W. GINGLES, S-ec. near city and water frJnta' e; !t'ilti I I reasonable:.. Apply 20 W. Romana I i'll e Jn PensacolaT"corner- St Phone. :MO, SOnor FOR SALE OR RENT-Two lighters;
? 31J] n6m.iJ. T G YATES M. !D. or buy on time; particulars to H.:!I St : laprjw street and'15th avenue,in New City, '- L one with capacity for 75 thousand ft

Pope, Lewis House. 4apr3t' : *|i and will take care.of your Piano by f lumber, the other thirty thousand ca
OPTICIAN I ROOMS CHEAP-Furnisaed rooms on the year at a low figure. Refelt, I HOTELS paclty. Rates reasonable. Also two(

Pensacola Lodge, No. S.'K. at of P.8 TH1ESEH SECOND HAND CLOTHING WANTED I'I the hill after Arl: ,"- location high tune, clean out, etc. Phone 802, 2rings. Jw__,r1L,_. .:-- ---.-' '-- ,rv+-oLr -,, skiff boats for sale cheap, 22 ft. long
meets every Monday evening 306 BUILDING Highest price paid for gents'clothing
and healthy. Close to car line.! Apply .- J. Conrad Scott, Smarlm 5 ft. beams. Telephone or write J. A
: o'clock at their temporary Castle Hall only. Sell second hand goods.:: .: at 314 E. Strong. Phone 1213. THE BROWN 'HOUSE-Alrr rooms.
over Iou stable W. InteadencU St. Dress suits for rent, 9 E. Intendencia.i; IGmarlm. EGGS FOR HATCHING.' 'good beds.:. Free baths- and sample Chaffln & Co.. Milton. Fla. 25marJUST

P1'YL Visiting brethren cordially welcomed.J. From my prize pens of S. C. 'Rhode 'room. |2 pet day.:.Special attention
A. KIRKPATRICK. C. c. WANTED-By a young man, positionas NICE FURNISHED ROOM! for rent Isalnd Reds' and S. C. Brown Leghorns to"traveling menJ, R. Brown. ProP.. RECEIVED-Large sttfpment of
H._ HORSLER K. of R. & S stenographer. A-l references with privilege of bath and phone. finest pens in the south, $1 to DeFuniak Springs Fla. ISmarlm imported Olive OIL Retail by pint,
i4 furnished. Address C-2, care Journal. Apply No. 606 East ,Gadson St., or!I $1.50 per setting of 13; or $6 per 100; gallon Or larger quantity. G. MOISSJ
Ratnbone Lodge No. 3aprlm. phone 534. SOmarlw* also agent for the famous Bant Incubators CENTRAL ,HOTEL-,- CHIPLEY. -Op. & Co., ship chandlers an South Palafox. 4octFOR
t4t4 30, K. of F. nieetg every I' and Brooders. Drop me a depot .4irge.and/ well lighted
Thursday evening at 8:00 WANTED-Stenographic work of any NICE FURNISHED ROOMS for rent card and'I will call E. L. JrtcFadden, rooms. Free ample room. Meals at SALE-Registered Berkshire anj

MM 1 (o'clock in their temporary nature. Will give 'same prompt at suitable for light housekeeping. Prop.,. Myrtle Grove Poultry Farm, R. all hours. 'Special att ntion- to traveling Yorkshire Pigs; pedigrees furnished;

Castle Hall, over Pou Stable tention. Phone 285. Saprlm.; Privilege of phone and and bath. Apply F.' D, No. 1, Pensacola Fla. men., '$2.00-per day.: J. M. Tug- also fullblood game chickens) and eggs

W. Intendencia street 810 E. Gadsden St, or phone 896. 1mar1m'I.MATTRESSES gle, Prop 13marlmCHIPLEY all at reasonable prices. Dr. J, &

ra..> Visiting knights are COte WANTED-5,000 pairs of shoes to 29marlw. I RENOVATED. BOTELarl:; Setterlind, McGeachey, Chipley, Fla. 5nnrla: :
dlally welcomed. half sole.at (M. Kiedinger's Shoe I I New .
I. tick furnished if desired. All done Prop. Special attention to commer- FOR SALS-Beautiful block In et
J. D. KIRK C. C. Shop, 720 W. Government St. Fine FOR RENT-r-Two nicely furnished '
Ii iL in good order on short notice. Leave cial travelers Free sample and bath City. Tract No. 312. For cash $sm.Apply
C. J, LEVY. K. of R. ft & repairing of all kinds done at P. Stone 17 N. Palafox
promptly ; rooms orders ,at Green & Watson. Phone rooms. l.6rte'room., ''with. ;.good beds. to A. M. McMillan. Court Ho1l.-
Meetings of the DR.J. ". MOCK satisfaction guaranteed. 3ap 1 w* 29mar. 193. 7mar $2 per' day.-: 43marlia 1 lane

Knights of Columbus WANTED-A partner in paying busi! PLEASANT place 'to 'board on North BAY HTEop ft fclglt and day. FOR SALE.-Only 4 young Boar ifel

are held at their hall, Dental Surgeon. ness. Will bear investigating. Hill on car line. Address No.8, MATTRESSES.' lesale anJ retail European..pjan;. Rooms light and sired by Duke of Florida 68923 out
: No. 8 West Intenden. Small capital required. Apply. 0. care Journal. 27mar ,, manufacturers and dealers in clean: '-Transient trade 'solicited. of !Orphan Lee of Baltimore, 53341

cia street, on every Crown.and.Bridge. Work Specialty. Box' 753. 17marl6t cotton, moss. and E. & C. mattresses 575-579 S. f 1a.fox.J) .. S. Nlcolau All guaranteed with registrations anl

: Monday evening at Painless,Extracting of Teeth. ROOMS FOR RENT-furnished or un and: bed'. ) rings. Second hand turn! Prop. '\\:: : .. ': V'_ : pedegrees.. Carl Setterlind, Chiplev.Fla. .
7:30 o'clock. WANTED-The ture bought and sold. Upholsteringand .
An In- 28/2 6. Palafox St. public to. know that _26PQT.
furnished. Mrs. M. J. Robinson 600 ,
vltaUon ia we can do all kinds of repairing done.: Old mattresses .
extended ,7 and 9 Old repairing
Armory Building. E. Gadsden St. 24marlm ON.THE HIGH LAND-East Hill electric
.'. ta Tialting renovated ticks
Knights. ,. float building, horse shoeing, etc. J. ; new furnished if desired. '
Pljona 1077. '
line six lots 100 ft. frnnt
{ car ,
4 JOHN B. JONES G. Welsh Carriage Co. 21fe 114 E.. Belmont, St, city. : 4TtE
EDM. POX. Grand Knight, NICE, comfortable furnished room, Phone; 771., Davis ,Mfg.. Co.. C. T. -Da- by 137" % deep, corners $700 lnsa: Recorder. COURT HOUSE DYEING. Pressingand pleasantly situated, one block from vLs.fgr. lots $600. There are no better situations -
BIG Cleaning Club, 212 N. DeVlJIersSt. bay on car line suitable for house ""i ,* than these lots. A. V. ClubK
Daughters of ., Mrs. T. J. Davis, Prop. Your pat. keeping. Cook stove or::gas,. or without repaired and repainted. Lester Piano: ;;maaaginy,' fine order, wth:
Rebekah. ronage solicited; satisfaction guaran Apply 501 .E Government. St. Floats built to order. Horse shoeing was $350. ,price now $275, used only FOR SALE-Four room house
i Naoml,Lodge, No. 10. Daughters of :a specialty. J.'G.:Welsh Carriage bath, at Gouldinj, with two lots
; 4 Itebekah. meets STRIKE IS ON teed. Careful attention. given. la1es'garments. : 24marl2 afew_ m nths.. J10past balance. {8 633
ji every ,Monday night Phone 1222. Co 27feb month.- f- Apply to L. M. Davis. P. 0. Box
at 8 o'clock in I. 0. 0. F. hall Visit. gfebWANTED. boarders per. City. lOaarliu*
WANTED few at 212 W.
Irving handsome case, ,was $300
ing sisters cordially invited to be .-Hauling and transfer ., .. !
pres. New house, -- --- '
Gregory. good neigh. noV ?Z15 vWlKtre uTeil.; Terms $10
ent. The greatest demandever known ; FOR SALE.-Improved and unlmpm' \
work. Office 363 residencephone
MRS. B. R. WITKOVSKL for, 6, 7 and '8 room modern houses. i 390. Acosta phone& White; 22-28 N; borhood and on car line ISmarlm* Money, to, Loan. cash,.'$6 per:'D ontl!. ,' ",- : ed property In all parts of the cit}-. 1

:M.KS WILLIE KENDRICK! Sec. Landlord why not build -them. I'can I Tarragona St. 25mar .FURNISHED. ROOMS for rent. -rvw w, ----_- ,___Clutter, 'large hindsome mahoganycase J. Wilson & Co., Real Estate Agents. i
rent or' sell such .houses;. give 'me*. a f 10,000'TO LOAN at Current rates :of ; was .(400 now: $335. LA bargain. Room 7, Salisbury building. P&ona !
I1 i list and try me. : WANTED.-All kinds of electrical Newly furnished. clean IMnice, interest, Pensacola ,Investment Terms $15 'cash,'$8 per month. 172. 23J31 i
M. ,E. B. A. No. 81. meets first and I near' p stoe. Apply at: 128% E. 'Miehlin, 6lgh'grade' mahogany
work. I sell all kinds of electrical )arpan;. .>' April 11w. ; was
'. third Wednesday evening at 7:30 p: batteries and other electrical supplies. Government street, -Mrs. B. MTrainer.7janlm. $nO now $390;.: rested only few AUTOMOBILES.-I am agent rot
Ii % 'm.. RaSord Hall, No 10. West Inten A, good paying' turpentine. .t.us. ess I When you need ,me ring ,345 or 955. ., MONEY TO LOAN-Everybody barrows months; $20-'cash> $10-per'ni nth.. Pope Mfg. Co. and can sell yon aUtOS than I

.dencia.street. for $30,000. -' I E. W. Peake, new Star Laundry building ., money from Jno. ,A. Hall & Sterling, pboijy::.caae,.was-$350 now from $500.00 up. They cost less I
A. G. FELL Pres. 40:acre improved farm, 8 miles from E. Garden. ISdec.WANTED. Old newspapers at five:cents. & bundle Co, 16 'E. Government street. When $120. $10 .CBfh,,'|6 per. ',month. horses to keep up. They can be nm .
N" 1 J.* L. SWEENEY.' Sec.. Pensacola' worth" $1200., can', sell at at, this office; They ,are all clean ,in. .need call on as. 9feblm. Clutter large -8IJe.. mahogany case; in sand or anywhere a horse can go. I
.A $600. .-Real Estate for sale or and nice. used 'seven' months; was $400 now. Leslie E. Brooks. _
\ Pensacola LOdge No. 4, 1. o. 0. F rent, leas-a or exchange. Your busi HONEY LOANED on all kinds of personal $27; $10 cashvpionI. FOR SALF.-My property, 416 E. Bra-

I Pensacola ,Lodge No. 4, I. 0. 0. FSneots .. -,. ness respectfully solicited. J. A. Wilson property on short notice. KImball,'.VfHuYcaae: ,.was$375 used inard St., consisting of four lots 4Qx50 '

:* every Thursaar! .ve inc at 7:30 N Real Estate Agent 22% W. GOvernment LOST Terms easy.' J. B. Gray & Co., 2 W. two' years, ,sow._ $18,$;',$lG, cash, bal- feet; a two story dwell'ng! containing
"I,; at .the' new hall on West Garden H. CRAWFORD street, Room 7. Salisbury J __ _JuwJ _I Romana. .,Phone 1165.. 1t.b ance $7 per.tn tb- 6 rooms, hall ways, bath rooa

1' i street.Invited. Visiting E. brethren cordially 3151/2, South 'Palafox StreetHACK building. Phone 17%... 23Jaa BLACK SILK WATCH FOB with gold TO.LOAN.-On All of the .Ibove ire1}upright pianos closets and pantry. On car line; wit
and we guaVaa\eVtfifi : 'We have 16 sell'entire property for $3000.00.
: J. ,NEVILLE. Secretary. ( p NEW UPRIGHT PIANO to exchange locket engraved with monogram J. ,' sufficient security ,by applying '' 2elJ
square piaBOSyfrom J5 $45 SOc Reese.
G. 0. and K. of C. p'.n.: Return
4N h- for lot on East Hill Address P. one t 'to Thos. Pebley cor. Palafox aid ( '
r 'iood"io:: > actI
I. per ; e. ,
.' ( W. 0. W. NO. 16 0. Box 207. 30marWANTED.Electrlc to 3apr3tLOST J.'G. Oliver, at Johnson & Son. Roman*,, op stairs. 17no' -m.ONmY CLUTtER'; MUSIC'\ HOUSE, 'FOR SALE-Choice Pt kin duck court(fggl

P Live Oak Camp No.1, W. O. WH Ready at all hours to answer calls work of all ktnd. TO.: LEND-On good real e* _:, ... .:. :, ": Pll'laeqla" Pla. brown$1.50 Leghorn per dozen.$1.00 Single per settln
meets la Pythian Hall 1st and 3rd to ,-, Let us cleanyour fans:'recair; your -One bunch .keys. One desk tale security, or' .on good< collateral, eggs Hundred
any art.of :
n p city: First class ia r-- FOR SALEr-TeH; 'new -and second B. P. rocks, the same $5.00 per
r 'Wednesdays la each month. Visltia every:respect.;. Fast. and gentle horses dynamo, da jour i'IrIngetc.; Paoaa key,one' Yale pad lock key, one cabinet at.,lowest nrtea. ,Leslie; E.1sher Brooks, second hacd 'ofSee) safe|,; different delivered in Pensacola. 3 trios

sovereigns cordially invited. and polite! drivers.. Phone ,No. 185. 570. Pensacola Elsctrfe 'Co. 205 & ker; two trunk keys.. Binder Will bnlldIn&AIp JIJM sizes, best:'rajakes* tf Bargain! prices. Of ducks at $5.00 a trio. Plain directions

:' LESLIE E. BROOKS.F. X BOGHICH.Clerk.Woodman" C. a George K,' Fault. Baylcn.WANTED.. please return same. to Journal, \ office MONEY LO on all kinds of persoaal Scarritt Moreno' pfftcf- Eu t Govern- given upon request to raise pou;.

-. : .- .-The Merchants Transfer 4apr.; I I property on short notice. meat St. ::. -., *. I g_' 2tmarWANTEDr1b'lOaiW0ney : try in city lots successfully F. r
Co. wants your moving'and hauling Tenni easy. J. W. Suited, upstair Howell, Box 36, Warrington Fla.
Circle. F.: .& A.:M. ; LOST- ,One pointer dog, white' ..._ ,Palafox on your
All breakage guaranteed. T. B. Taorsea. South St. Phone 1144.inor. 30mar2w
g! ,W. 0. W. c.. Oalfterove. NO.4. A regular communication ,of Pensa Prop. Phone 978. 18Juneln. -lemon ears about twp years old. Return 28'. -% ', watches Jewelry and personal ef
Woodmen Circle meets every Thursday cola No., street fects. Hlghftaf casa! :.price.for old gold: 1:1
Lodge 42, F. & A M, will to 114 West Garden1 3apf) FOR SALE-40 acre farm. 10 acres
,S'p. m., 2d floor Pythian Hall, overPou's be. Jield, Thursday night., All members WANTED-We want your orders lot \ UJttJMITED! amount- o; money to J loan and silver. L1 ht,11anT... Klein. 106 E.i i pecans; 2miles south of ChIpley on tf'

Visiting stable, on Intendencia street. fJ'6,requested to be present and 1907 Art Calendars.: Over 30T( original LOST-Horse, shoe stick' pin set with I on all kiads of personal property.. wright Phone.11 J7. ___ II C. &; St. A. R. R.; also 10 acres ->
sovereigns cordially invited. visiting .brethren Invited. By order of designs to select from. All. chip dIamonds Lost- Thursday Special rates to business men on large FOR "SALEf-A;. R.-'Bingham:: has a.. acres Improved, 2K miles from to"".
.gi1 ')trL Leona Langford, Guardian-; Mrs. T.' E, HAJTCEY, W. :M.B. prices Mayes Printing Co, Pensaco i night at the opera' house, Reward. Return t 1 loans. The New York Loan Co, 2Mjj good team'.o, mulep-for. .sale. See Address 'J. B. Hogeboom, Ajcock, t'1'
)1. B, OUen. Clerk. M ;SQLQMAN, Secy.a la. I6feb.1 to 313 W. Roman 30marlw,.Boat!?' Palafox. 'bem oq I ) lie". .float; f.ebZ&Ii 8marlm ;

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.-. -a\.LE-one-- For Sale new Kokens barber FEED:' Mfi.LEN'5 CHICK PEED; MARKETSNaval .....,4..Ge..$44..14.....................44......4.*t4IAUSLSEY& .

rolt also several mirrors. Call t
L A. BUlingsley.14 E. GOTSAfcEnLease OY9UtJit.1y hatched brood' Why fill their
wte Stores. COMP ANY
or t Sf. 4aprlme:1lllen little crops with meal or other soft feed that Savannah, Ga., April 3.-The naval I i il'

s FOR or rent, : atores market closed today a, follows: 1
}!O ear line on Little Bayou. Ap- soon .packs and sours, causing many fatalities, WW.-.. .. "., .. ... ..'..-.6 45 I 4 5

; ar Phillip Hannah, UttloBayon.apr1&L when.a mixture of 20 kinds of seeds and ; 'WG.... '? ... -... ... ..,..5 30 COMMISSION BROKERS il 1EW15YILIMERRE :
to 'r. ; ,. grains :N...... .: i.. ..s. ,.,.. ,, ..5 15 1 ,
____ ;_ will (furnish all.that nature requires to make 11..... .. ..... ....;... ..........5 10 I
SALE-SO acres, located .' .. ; ,. .. I 11 WEST ItiTENDENCIA STREET PENSACOLA FLA. i II
FAlteouage them thrive K. ,. %.. .. ..s.j. ..r'.4! 55 ,
Hill on railroad; all fenced' I"" .. .. -- S I. ... .. '6-.. ." ... ....,.,.,..i 35
: and with large house barns, out'lanses r? t: f H ...-.. o.. .. .. ".... ..';;. ,. ..4 20 _a a.s' Y.\

etc. Creek runs through the telephone" F. S. MEliEN 6 No.: '334 G.. '.. .. i. .... ..- -..*;..........3 90 Both youth *TLTh ji I Private Wires N. 0,. and Chicago.COTTONSTOCKSGRMNPROVISIONSaiidBONDS. i
1ad. and 4 or 5 springs are' also on ... i c?. F.. .. .. :....... ..,,....0..3 85
the Jand. Plenty shade ,trees and:. 'ap-: : r .\ E. ,.,.. .... .. i. ..' u.....,3 85 and old age need this excellent -

peach and plum trees.fl.d : D.. .. ., I
pecan .. .. ..,' .3 85
(Aliens soil',; ducks also have hogs a lot, of goats fine,breed pea. /14.. ...........................:..........-.... ..............."!'...............".'..'.'.'Y..... .......,.....,.....,.........,.....,.........,.....,.. ............,.............,........ C.. .!. .. .... .. .....- ..! ....3 85 tonic. Keeps up. : f
Spirits Turpentine
fQWIS. pigeons, geese and turkeys ot Put them in [before'the f -or- cents. strength, vim and courage | Bought.and Sold on Margin or for Investment. J
Reasonfor selling is that 1tjve SCREENS r ; FLIES and A high ,
aU| grade product .
Chicago Exchange Closed. ;

ilfga-n no one either to manage as an investment place. A great.or We.can furnish i them MOSQUITOEs CHEAPER NOW.get. into your house. !5> April 3 being. .holiday" in Chicagono I that is always good. .; : Reference f : First National and:Peoples Biaks. Phone 1173.J J j

for..a good farm .on grain quotations wera received.AU8LEY .
tar hich party to looting make moneyr: "EverY ing Supply 'BRICK now on'hand,! > AlL GOOD.DEALERS SELL IT ..4 *$.... $.. .. ........,' .4 H I

renaine and just as represented. No & CO.'S REPORTS "B. 6 B." ; -

Write or call on W. H. Morgan .. ....Pj......neJlL...... ........ H. G. DeSILVA & CO-. | S i..IYcrpook
fake. for further ,. .... ,. .......... ....,......VNW'.......... Cotton,, Market" Atlanta.McMillan .
Box 433 Pensacola partic- .S,4: .' LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE RAILROAD COMPANY
ulars _. _ _ _31mar_ = i'. .. J n.-Feb....................................K.ha ,
of land Jeb.-Mar..h."'........,4.'t,,...."........ S Through and' Local Time Tables Between Ponsacola and Points North.
FOR SffiE-95% acres half -- -- -Th 1 :Mar.-Aprll.y.: ,,,....j.t.':u..... ..-........5.86 READ DOWN UP
mile from city, northwest; 70 acres .,-., April-Ma/ ;."............................6.86 I Trains Nos. J READ
timber land, sub soil clay; 25?i under 1 Jray..June:....' ,;".,\..............1.ST" Trains Nos. ]
cultivation clay sub saiL Dr. T. A. : Jnne-Jmlj "..-.............. 2 4 .1 3 1

LaF'Jr, 519 Guillemarde St. i Time July-August ..........,,.?. 6.S9 11:05pm 11:55am LV; .. ..Pensacola.. .. .. .,-\r. 5:00am 4:00pm .
!OmarSw:? : .Flies Fast! Aujaat-September.......?.......5.6 6:30am I 6:20pm Ar.. ...Montgcmery.. .. .Lv. 9:35pm 11:15am ::1l

: : .. Sept embtr.-Oet obey ,,.....' ?,.,. 5.71OetoberNovember' I[ .:45am } 9:10pm: I Ar.'t..B1rmngham! .. ... LY. 4: Opm 8:33am 1
FOR-Iiiiy: lodging house for -:: .f. ....;'-..'..5 1:15pm i 3:11am Ar.. -. ...Nashune. .. .Lv. 8:45am 225ani j

sale. Fourteen rooms. newly fur- .' .:'.' ., > ; November-Dec mber .:........... ...s.'w Bros. CO 8:00pm. 3:37amLv.5 ,. ...,Na5hvilIe.. .. ...
.Ar. 8.:17am 2:0am
It Deccjnber ...
nhed; throughout .ls on. a good anuary' .
basis and centrally located; L1vp.rpoolSpots', 604. / 1.25am I 8:15am: _Ar,. .. .Evansvlfle..Lv. 3:0bam I 9:20pm )
paying blocks: from postoffice; part cash. t' .. .. ,r.. 740am; 2:10pm Ar.. ... ..St. Louis--------Lv. 8t5pm 3:30pm .!

ju Apply to Mrs. B. :M. Trainer,. 128% ?ill4-a, few dollars put l1t9 the bank New York Cotton MarketS 750pm 3:27am Lv.. .. ...NashYille .. .. 8:27am 2:15am
Government St. :30mar : J. 2H.am '8:30am I Ar.. .. ..wulsville .. . r'l 2: 5am I 9:30po
E. /each; : veek or.: month"soon amounts to Opea. ..high.. Low 'Close 7ZOam 12:01n'n Ar. . Cincinnati . l1oopm 6:00pm:
SALB-Household goods, bed May 11.15 11.15 'lO.98
FOR quite a substantial i 11.01
clothing, linen and dishes.' Apply t, r-L 5 '' July 11.04 11.05 '1095 10.91 Between Pensac, MobIle and New Orleans.

531 E. Government St. ::. 5mar1m. :" ,":To place your'money in the bank August October...........:10,89.1II.44 ,-_'10.89 10.48 10.11 10.80 10.sa'10.41 6&.7 2&.3 4&.1 3&.2 1&.4 5&.6

FOR SALE-NIce, ,clean old. newspa.-, and 'pay your bills by check adds to December::::.:.:.. iDid; ""l048 10.43 W.iJ MOBILE ALABAMA. i 1:00am 11:05pm 1l55amILV-Pensa ola.. ..Aj5.oOaiEoop6:3opi, .
cents bundle. Thin offlee. .
pers at five & -j New York 8potsrillS? .. ,
10Uam 2:55am 4:12pmIAr .. .Mobile .. ..Lv.112:4oamll:59am 2:35pm
-I 1 ;your business'standing i }in, Jhe community New Orleans! Spdts, ll r 6:00pm 7:15am 8:15pmIAr.. New Orleans Lv:, 8l5pmJ. .. ._ 9:25am
FOR SA.LE-Iy home-corner 10 av.e. 'In 'which you: live.! It saves New York Stock MarketS -
and Cervantes St. This Is a bargain I S Open Florida and 'Alabama Fiomaton Pensacola River Junction and Jacksonville.
time 4 Clge
if sold soon. A. C. Binkley. : and-worrytoo'in, the payment. of Southern Pacific.< ....... 70,*. 70 21 5 1 3 Trains do not stop at stations
16 mar. bills. : . Copper...........'.. ............. 112 1.125.' LAND 'COMPANY Daily I DaUylDally I I Dally I where no time is shown I\ 2 I 4 I 6 I 22
I S. '" I ...... DallYllDallYlbaUrlbaUy
':' S.H. ...;............. lL -
FOR SALE/ Egss from: standard bred 1 : : I.A. ............... ...-....;... 65 H2 84}. Manufacturers of ..... {:55 2:3 2:501 Lv.. .. .F1omaton.. 12:4 1:25 8:25. ..
prize winning Barred Rocks, fifteen: Tirneismohey: '> ; .R..........;.-.;.........;;... Uil 162% and Dealers in ...5.. 5:00: 2:30 2:55.: u ... ..Ceutury .. .Ar.I 12:40: 1:21 8:21... ...
$1.50; fifty ?3. Also Ohio improved R.R.T.............;.....;.... 887. 88 SAWED CYPRESS SHIN. ...;.5:07 2:413:05.: ... ...'.BIuff.Springs.. .. *12:33 1:15 8:15. ..
Chester White Pigs, pedigreed., Mrs. I B.&: 0 .............:...;...... U 1l3. LUMBER I.... 5:17.2:51.3:20..r.: .. ..McDavid.. ......t.12:22. 1:05 8:06... ..
Lizzie B. Hughes, Chipley, Fla. grit.......................... W 45* GLES AND KILN-DRIED SAP. .. .. 5:30'3:043:36.: ...: ..Pine Barren .. .....1208; 12:52 7:55. .... .
2marlm* 0.1'.1 ................. .... 67 G6U. 5.... 5:39 3:13 *3:50.. a. 55 ...1ollno.. .. ,.... *11:59 12:43 7:47 .. ...
U. S..................!".,: 43% 48 ... .. :U.....*404.. .. ....Qulntette .. ..1.. .. -11:51.12:34 *7:39.....
S. C. BROWN LEGHORNS-Kulp- .8., preferred..,...,...,.?.._log lOS SAFES i SAFES I SAFES! SAFES .. .. -5:533:26 *4:11.. ... ...Cotta e Hill .. ... *11:44 .12:29 *
FIRST ; ..
Hughes Strains egg'record, 240 per NATIONAL BANK R.S................... .__ .... 32k& : .0(
4 B2 .
: 3:294:15.. .Cantonment .. ..
... .5:57 .11:40
Diebold Safes 12:26 7:31......
and 'fancier'schicken. ,
pullet The farmer's J.: N"...........:..;.. .:. 152% J51 Buy *
I % .... 6:01 p3:34 4:23.. ..- .Gonzalez.. *
Eggs for hatching. An all Lead........................ 'O11:35! 12:217:26......
fertile guarantee. Prices: Pen No. ; ,OF PENSACOLA ; FLA. I M.P............................ 98&}$ 97 83i Scarritt ,Moreno, Agent1SHIPPiNGNEWS S.... *6:03 *3:36 :25.. .. .. ...Roberts.. .. .... *11:33 *12:19 *7:24 ".'01 ,
S.--.. .6liJ .2:45 .4:4() .. .... .. .OUve.. .. ,
: Al: .11:22.12:09.7:15. .
y.C.-; : ... "H ...
1, $Z, pens Nos.; 2 and 5,- $1.50 for'15.: ; 52 !
Sunnyside Poultry Farm, DeFuniak WiE-Ksowixs.: Pr<59..4\V.K. BRa,JB., V.-Prea. and CaaMer. Can.faG:........::............}178, 173} S... *6:21-3:51'et1(8.: [ .. .n ..Brent.. ..- u .. *11:15 *12:04 *709 ... .a!
T..W.BBWfTniVr.N.ROBSRT3: ;Asst. Cashier ... 6:253:544:52. ... ... .Goulding .. .. *11 11 *
Springs, Fla. References-anyone in DmiorOB8-.' Brent. W.L Bteunt, W.' H. Knovrtea, W. K. N..y. .4..r. .:...... ).;l 1463j 146 : : : 12:01 7:05. ... ,
the city. ISmarim .: :". D. G. rent.: ; ierJr1 I P-O...............J.r34g 9514 ... 6:30 4O05.O0: Ar..S .Pensacola .. Lv. 11:05_ 11:55_ _100._ .._...
138 No. 21
OoO&I..foHO No. 23
FOR SALE!:-Grocery store and rety s.p.--. :.i: 179JgU 17S PLI I I I I

dence combined including stock, ,;___ -.. 'of. I '. ., ." '. _ _- : ...,... '!! ,; ....'b!".... -S 28 5:00..... ;... '7 -LVTT ...Pensacola S H ...;. .Ar I A.M 11:15
fixtures! ete;. nice home, gool water, L ;' "t' -.5- 8.R.-.................. ... 414 4l% i 520. .... ... 7:13.. .. ....Bohem1a.. .. .... *10:65:
one whole block under feu e. .Cash T.O.I.1f.... .. ..: .tv,,.". 150, J51% S 5:22. ... .... 1Hi.. ... .Gull Point... .. .. *
only. Corner JJarwelJ and.: 6th aye. No. 5803. penna.--. ............;-.7.. .... 140V. 14lA() Arrived. C -5:25.,.. .... ....... .,..Yniestra. ..u .. .. -10:53
... '".10 5! I. 10:59S
P ,_
Mrs. Z. P. R an, P. 0. Box 61iISmaflm ? ;-! ,_ ?.... 158>j 15 J--g lAscension De Larrinaga, Brit Str, :
>; ; '. .' 5:29.. ...... 718.; .. ,,..Escambia.. .. .... *1 :41
._ .,/ ?- C..W.UMAft:VWPreslient rreildenC JOHrf PFEIFFER, Assistant Caihfer Kramer, 2693, Manchester to. Gulf I 540. ... .... 725. .. ,a ..,Mulat.. .. ... .. .10:50..j. '10:36
Ir.'t. CUR, and Cashier. .J.W. ANDREWS, Assistant' Cashier Aysley &. Co's..=Pr iJ/y/ Cotton Letter. Transit Co. C 5:45.... .. ....i. 'S .- "S ,..Harp.. .. .. ..... *10:32

i New. .'!-York Apr / 3.-The English : Alpha-Ger Str S, .2693, Brink Hull to a 5:67........ 7:35: .. .. ... .Galt City.. .. .. .... *10:21

Legal Advertisements :.1. : THE MrRlCAN ANATfO'NAt" BANK markets were veryrrdull this morning order. 6:03.: .. ..... 1:39.. h ,... MUton-: .. s.... 10:14.

cables, showing spots unchanged on Cleared. 5' 6:35.. ... ..... .. 1' a' ..Good Range .,. .. .... 9:43
., sales of- 8,000 bales whilecontracts !Irene; Swedish Str Anderson, 1070 C .. .. .. .. ..
BIDS FOR UNIFORMS. V ,. b Ot Pt&ACOLA, FLAcw 815.. ,, .. .Holt .. :. .. ... 9:15S
Sealed bids will be received by tfio -. J-, iti?;:"\ ; : !were alsorpracticaliy, unchanged. for Antwerp with 1,451,432 feet lum 8:30.. .. ....MiIl1gan. 'ow;.. ... : ..... .. 8:5%
: EPOSITO"'RY OF UNITED Fair Feather-4ov most sections of ber. 8.:38. ,.Creshlew. .. .. .
Board of Safety at the Clerk's 7:031..C ; --- --- 8:38
until 3 o'clock ... :. .office the.squth, lower temperatures and re S (Sailed. C : 356 ;;. :. '.. :.Deer Land. ,. ............ ...- 803;

April 4th. for summer Wednesday, unifprms tafternoon the S .CAPITAl- STOCK,;W.000.. :, SURPLUS-:$69OM.:) 'l, reipts..showing-no-disposition to comet Irene, SwdIshtr. for Antwerp.A C : 110 '!' ..MossY.Head .. .. .... : -....-.....* 7:40
Police and Fire of 1"*: '\r' : .y'J", a the.v} i eBp ndieulrpfllat, ; as had .... .. 93'5.; ,DeFuniak Springs. .... : ... ... 6:51
of Pensacofe Departments..of'theCity cloth -, : DIRECTORS; : $ a'J. -,|9 had! bftenjjsjDjconfidfently predicted by VESSELS IK !CRT. C .. ... .... ? 9:404.. .s' .. ...Argyle .; .. ... .I' 7:4.4... ... ..6:42
be submitted with, bids.samples The'right of to to ."Henry Covlngton' <: : .LFrank Rcllly F. E. rawaev. sanguine!i bulls. all- combined together S Steamehlpa.August :30... : ... 9l 7 .., u Ponce DeL on... h .. 7:29.. ... 620

reject any: and all bids Is reserved.: 1 J. M.! Pfeiffer : ..t.. .w. S. Rosasco, C. W.b rnar, ; deterred f; -'bulls from, any Belmont Br ss, Clarks. 10121'; .. ... _lQ10.. ., ...Westvill. t .. 'S.'. ; '1:17: .. .. ... 6: 0
CH. S. H. ',Bryaa Dunwody< .T. F. Mc oarln, J.R.S.unden, aggressive action while the bears 2967,'. Bremen to Gulf Transit Co. ... ... 10.15.. ., ....Caryv1lIe.-... n '. 7:12.. ... ... 5:11:
; .
'_ BUSS.. .Mayor., A. F'4 Avery, !&. .Vf. IL Milton,. 0. f. M3ura,. seemed content to let matters drag Dora: Br ss, Mitchell, 1459, Buenos 10:45. .. ..... 10:30.. .. ...,Bonifay.. ... a..... 6:55. ........ :2!
NOTICE. W. U Cavttfcont Dr. W. J. Hannah, kKenze! OerUng, along knowtngfull' well that :a little Ayres. 11:12.. ... 0:. 7 ... ,: ...Chipleyi. .. '.. .. 6:37. ... ... 4S5

Notice Is hereby given to creditors, Alex McCewln," C. M> Covlngten, M. C. 1ark.. fine weather and: reports' of acreage Emelia, Aust ss, Hrejlich 2321, 11:29. .. .. : .. .r.:. .. .. .Aycock. .. .. 6:27. ....... .4:39
legatees, distributees, 'and all other increase would 'help ) Trieste. 11:43... ... 11:07.: ;.':...Cottondale.. .. .. 6:18.. .t...... 4:2

persons having claims 'or demands Accounts of Banks 'Individuals, Corporations' and Firms SofIted.- The great bear-bull or the great Senator :Holleseen Ger ss, Lange, 12:10....... : :". ,..1Iarianna. .. .. .. 6:00.: .. .......3:55
against the estate of Wm. Jr Hahn deceased bull-bear of New York seems to have 1232, Cardiff. 12:44 ... .. 11:45-: ;. 4. .CyprCs. .. .....* 5:38. .. ... 3:19
to present the same within Four ptr C.nt Interest Paid on Tim Deposits I fallen into innocuous desuetude and Spennymoor Br. BS, Nairn 1722. '12:55... .. : .. .. ..Grand Ridge.. ., .. 5:32.. ... 3:07:
two ((2)) year, to tie undersigned, atCottage I ,the great bull. movement so confidently -I. Huelva. 1:13.. .. .... 12:02.: .. .. .Sneads. .. .... ..* 5:21.. ........ 2:48

Hill Florida,,'who has,taken I I_ -: '. : -= predicted by him and some Ships. 1:30.. .. .....12:15.; .. .River Junction \ 5:10.. .. .. 2:30
cut..letters testamentary upon the estate --- others whom we do not care to mention 10:50.. .. .. 7:40Ar.. .Jacksonv111e. .. Lv 1 9:05... .. .. .. 4:06
'of the ...........*..t..t... ...H4444.444.44...e eoD. seems to have dwindled1 into thin I Orpheus, Aust ship, Medanic, Tries, I( : { ,
said deceased. 1 IA1I I P
Samantha AMI J. .I .)jp) .f
E. Halm, Executrix.6m J.S. RKgSS, President. .' E. W. MBNEFE2. Casaisr. air.; No sane man would care to te.
roaw8w t R M. CART, face! the avalanche! of over-produc. Bariu. Trans! 21 and':::and tj' ins2. and 3 carry through sleeping car between

NOTICE": KdfPENSACOlA.() i iDlrector tk>n the farmer seems determined to Anna .&. .,ItaJ. \ bk, Alcese, 868, Ha. Pensacola :and Jacksonv1lle Via River Junction and Seaboard Air LIne.
THE PEm $ "
i : force upon the world, with a heavy vana. I

!legatees Notice, !Is distributees hereby given and to' creditors, *-L.-.J.. Rneves, J. S. Reese, W. DeC. Kessler. R. M. Gary .1' line of long cotton and as :a result Guru Rus bk, Blomberg, 702 Bar- STrains stop. ou signaL- .
all othslf .
persons S VV; iA. DAietbrteT.. A.-Jennings, J. J. Hoo cn.'l'1UNSACTthA. the. chances. are the' farmer will com' bSraoes: to Pensacola Lumber Co.
\ : 'having claims or demands GENERAL- BANKING BUSINESS: plain bitterly,.this ..fall: at the low Precursore Ital bk, Schiaffino, 1508
rick against the estate of Emma Fitzpat- 10' YOUR
within, deceased, to -present'thesame ....... ......,.....O'........ .... t. ...O.. whole thing upon the speculator. Scillin Ital bk; Zeno, 1220, South- S
two (2) years to the undersigned POOr speculator, with the farmer hampton to Rosasco Bros.

who has taken out letters tes and the spinner alike damning him, Starthem, Br bk, Maitland, 1272,
tamentary upon.the estate of the laid I the one because he puts the price so Antwerp. Those cheap: rates expire April 7Ul

deceased. L BIIIlONG ,PBtiJ l!!. T. B.'W=UL1IS: Vloi.PBIISIDJlU'! i high and the other because he don't Schooners.S to California and the Northwest
J. C. 'R. H. Bu nr U.NSFIELD HORlNO! ,A8Up" I
GREEN Executor. put the prjce so. high and our great Donna Christina; Am sch, McLeod, Each first ana: third Tuesday tick.

Febraary.-- 'It__1906._ 14feboaw8w. I CjtizensNationalBahkDvECrORS. j secretary 'of agriculture, from Iowa, 165, Cardenas. &t ets are almost given away to Texas,
dubbing him "Gambler" his lot in Hawthorn, Am sch 516
Joseph W. ,
Aattachment Notice. of PensaooU londa. this world is hard Oklahoma and that section.
weary certainly a Hoffses, to J. A. Merritt & CO. 'AN: I LIII
Notice is hereby given! of the Insti one. John Paul, Am sch, 352, fbss, to J. First class round trip convention
tution of aa attachment suit by Mrs. Geo. VT lh "' rt:1fBear.: T.E. W lles. Bix M.EoWnson. L. mltren.I ) Bull market fs never a dull one A. Merritt & Co. rates to California in May and July,

E. B..Raster }against Reginald Hester AENERAL 04VKIWC BUSIHtSS TRANSACTCOSfeanjf and* so far this season the last two I Thos. 8. Dennison, Am sen, Wade, flfltt* HKififMomye Through Pullman Tourist! Cars from
!to thq Circuit Court of the first Judicial -I days cotton market have been without 1329, Baltimore to order. Washington, D. C.. to San Fraacisco
Circuit the dullest. There via Atlanta, Montgomery, Mobile and
State of Florida In and exception very
-i-- Union, Br sch, 72, Tela, Honduras.the .
for Escambla County, and the- said-de-: c _1 seems nothing left' to 'do but watch New Orleans and Southern Pacific
fendant ,-i-r. ThUS-S IL Sunset Route) and from St. Louis
and another persons'lntere'stW -5- .. ... (
are required to' pp art 'the action .'""M j" ,19,' --=- -iC.. Cal. ,. Jno. M...." weather. The forecast for the via Wabash and Union Pacific and
en) the !d day'of July, A. D. 1906. R. I 1'.;." 'O 'Il Se" ,. cotton belt is for fair and warme Kansas City.
*. Reese, attorney for plaintiff. S tWho1..te and Retail Dealun oF. 'weather We have the best service to China,

UmaroawSm, .ESanustid Anthracite_ j A "dispatch .'from S Paris, North japan and..Hawaiian Islands.No .
trouble to
'C 0 answer questions.
n Blacksmith L Texas, states that the farmers are In -
and l : itTHROUGH ----
SHERIFFS, SALE. : S excellent condition there, well uu
43 South Palafox street. Telephone 93. J. F. VAN RENSSELAER
By Offlco. 'a
andshowing 'very
virtue of an execution issued with,their work,
out of the circuit court of Escambia: Yard. corner. Tarragona and Gonzalet streets. Phones 6 and '378 considerable increase in the acreage | G. WV EL V,'T. P. A. General Agt.
A'H BHMN DiHvciAMBBmH VM H:iTrmnffTtn T F UftJF't1 c*"'?'' "'-- J( MP'CPi ia** iSHB ,, 124 Peacbtrea St.Atlanta .
Count.Florli'a.. wherein D. W.I :-1- in that section.

McMillan is plaintiff' and Herman -.. n' _. __. ARGYLE It will take constant and persistent SERVICE: QaPensacola
Heiaberg I9. defendant, I have levied I. r effort .on the part of the bulls to
ttpofc and will sell at, public outcry n tt. Annife M.. E: :F Sinnotf, Mary V. the county'.court house door.on M n' kecF prices seven as high as they are VIA -
to the highest bidder for cash -in Sinnott At eJtlSftuloU.; .. KathleenE. day the 7th day or May, X p... 1906, RowClupeco and ,we hardly expect any material L. & N., E. & T. H. and C. & E.. I I. I

iront of the county court Bouse .door Sinnott :land 'Listen .L;,. tSinnott! tni- during the legal hours'of sale,, the Ipl- Shrank-Quarter SlzeiU advance from the present level, unless 2 Vestlbuled Thratigh Train Cal" f\ St.} Andrews and
in' the city of Pensacola; Fla., on the nors in anito tie fQllotr ng described lowing described real estate to-wit: cettt each-two for a t nU. of course a long spell of bad NASHVILLE TO CHICAGO
:th day of -' LptJ thirty-four S'tuate'd: l lying and b Escam set in. THROUGH SLEEPERS.aa DAY COACHES Gulf ,Steamship Co.
May, A. D. 1906, duyl g real estate! to-wit: feeing CLUETT, PEABOOY& CO. weather should
the legal hours t Hh Tract- in City bia "Coun Florida the NW ,&lNW .MEM Of ClUfTt AND HOIUKCM IHIITI to-day's session even KEW ORLEANS TO CHICAGO S
of sale the following (34) o < Don 14SoIC 5 ____.__< All :thr ugh OIHINQ CARS tERVIKQ.AU. MEALS EH ROUTE STEAMER TARPOMW.
dt'sCribt'd real estate. toLWU: 'IBS: cast of Pensacola. Escambia'! :'C'unft.T1 r. Jof; section 24, :to-vrnsh'p 2, N. :while May and July in New York Do B.I LL11A.'f! , forty ((40)) feet of ,lots:nine eeniwen5y Ida, -said-< lot ha'iiW? ; frnt ge of 80 range". 31, west, containing' 39 and broke considerably the December'and LVIa.LL ts& NA5g.Lt.nwc G. 3ARROW, Ma.t,r.KEKVICB .
T tone and twentytwo, (:19.20: ,! feet; on 'thorthsld.: of Romana 90-400 acres; more or less. -. October options he1 strong, due we -- i1RSr.CLAf, PAS ENtR ANC
l .f 22): ) ot bl lock thirty-five .<3S), streeCby"adept; .i ot'205',feet-'more_ .ft S .' '-JAS.C..V.A4"lPELT.. think to a general" belief that even if ntEluttT
Q the East DeViilik.Win. S '.sh rnf. 'ARATand.BABY should. be a heavy one it -DetwliFlln-
mng5'rrat of the city 1e.son tlje: ,i east'side l ;of 4april6aw4w.. > the. crop
of: jPwisacola, sca.mbia'countY.., J. Sinnottr Guardiaa' -.'of "Th s. J. ; ,A 'will likely be somewhat lata and thus ..VVOODA111dnds PENSACOLA. MOBILE. APALACHICOLA

/iT51 aid Prepay fronting forty Sinnott, Wm. .J,: 'SIflDOt:' Jos. G.'Sinnott ., '.- L prevent deliveries in Octobe and S CARRABELlE. ST. ANDREWS .
lu) feet, south on Gonzalez street Annief M. :Ei-P.Sinnott, Mary \. $100.00 REWARD 1 Bid your house of rats keepVSe December' in New York. where the interest MILLVlLLE.
by a depth of. one hundred: 'and twenty Sinnott, Alberta M. Slnhott. Kathleen ; from barm. will undoubtedly be the heaviest that you. want And all point on St. Andrews BJJl
((120)) 100.00 reward will be paid for th$ I, '
feet on Davis street E. Sinnott and Lestet-'U. ,Sinnott Electric Carrabeile and ApalahlcolLSCHEDULE
arrest and delivery to the Sheriff ol undoubtedly 'watchIng .
J. c. VAN PELT; 1O6.14thmaroay4w/ ,- i The public Is
Sheriff. March 6. ,.,, -- -:.:. Walton county., one Charlie Renols", RatandRoachPastewmquick11exter1naterstsand! j the market gharply! and should OAK AND"PINr Leave Peusacola aunda, 8:23 J,
2apl-oaw4t. : : :.- .' 1--: a negro. Description: Height 5 feet there be5 a quick advance would likely B for Mobile Alt
10 or Inches weight about 160 ''or S mice. They eat it.and rusb oatottbehdusetodie. I get into'the game In a hurry and S than can, buyIt Leave Pensacola. Tueidaj. 8.'20 'a.
NOTICE. s i ERI FF'%;ALEBy 170 pounds; bright mulatto :with me. I i thug give the market the impetus it cheaper you- ii BL for St. Andrews MillvUle, Apla ,
2c oti szs! .161L SUO anywhere. Any you
police Is hereby; given that on .the vlrttfe :bf' ?aa :execution Issued ium' large'eyes. Has scar on upper field tit every''al. ; '.orseuIexjwsprs. I 1 Is so.badly in need of and lying abouta 5fllcol Carrabelle and Ifltet51ed1&4lnt4rmatlon

day of-April,'A, D: 1906, I TrtlVap- out of the Circuit "Court, iScambia: lip to the right of nose and' when last paid fails.on ICOe1PQPdC0.: HonrUckUit much higher level of Values. While want. points.

ply to Hon.. Henry Bellinger 'county County State ',r&.:Floridaherin seen he wore a blue faded jumper _ _STEASNS'ELECTBIB PASTE CO., I we do not expect any radical bull For additional apply tj
Judge of Escambia County Florida, Charles Wl im.s:is:plaintiff and CaL overalls a gray cap a new 'T: ir ot No. '11I0.&"IlL,U.So A. I J:movement we are Inclined to' favor E. G. SEWELL J. B SAUNDfiRS.
for Reward :to j:the sI on breaks on account a R. COBB Prtll enl
aa order authorizing the sale atPrivate Smith is defendant, J' aye levied upon 8 fine sharp toed shoes. long e
outcry, to the be paid by J. A. Rlchbourg & 00:, of the present strong statistical position 614 Gen. Frt and Pass. Ajt.P.iacol2. .
sale, of tho interest of Thos. J. and will sell at public! j jF Phone. J'1L
i front of Crestview Fla. Ii .o! tbe staple. ;
&tQtt Wm. J.. Sinn ttc Jos. G. Sln- highest bidder fof-casli? 3n ,

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4? 4 CASES NOT T THE[ CARNIYAL ttempertect"I have vied Conldn"ilowi T&takbl I CalC&ojit them.and I$ kmmed fl.. ; : \ ,- lf: <"....r-\; :: _
the them and for 4m same..*Urn eompftwll for. Inilfestion cored-sad Keeom bobioasne.s ) oj ., .
or- quiet orderly jet Bend them to O"OD' OBM tried you "iO
,, mischievous boy we have never be wittout them U the tamIJr'b: ,+
A = Edward A- aDJ H ,

t:;?4;it i' qulrements.the Clothes to fill his re- U[ [ < ASS'NI Best for .t f

DECIDEDy' The BowelsGAHDY Bethes41iWater:

c Spring 'Styles 'Jt r'

Matter Taken Under Advisemeni t t Elected for the Ensuing' Year at! CATMAHr1C

a for. BOYS by ,Commissioner r Marsh to Meeting Yesterday--Citizens1 .. a
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t. ; : .Just :R ;
}" !. 8 are here so diversified Hear;Furt r Committee Reports. Pl.a ant.PaUtabl..Potent Tute Good.Do Goad., : _
l and numerous that noth ? \ Never old in Sicken bnlk.,The WeakeR gennin or"nJ'8.J8c.:50.tablet stamped: 5k.,C Fetes C C. p.- .. -f
i ing but a' call will! make Qouanteed. tare or roar money back.- P

4; variety.you realize They're the splendid good, cases of Alex :Zebus and Sid. The annual of the Pensacola meeting of Carnival the 'stockholders Association :. ANNUAL Sterling SALE Remedy, TEN Co.,MILLION Chicago or N.Y.BOXES 601 I" "- great has beeri: .# "?: demand for this I

4 stout clothes built to keep ney Bell who} were arrested anc I

:Any the boy price Inside up'to all J7.50 right.$8 placed under section bond charged of .the with Revise violating (1-1/Chamber noon at,4 of'was o'clock'in Coo1mef held yesterday the.:and rooms directors of'th'e'after] excellent!' mineral! --tvate! e,iHt I find it'necessary I

: and $10. statutes' pi the United States pro. for ensuing year elected .the-.report ExtraLine j .

4 Men's aiding a' penalty for boarding a ves. ether cf the business Citizen's-Committee disposed ot heard andy "< I: to order it I in c|rtoad' lots. 7
eel such vessel actual!
before ; had -
$ 2-Piece Suits I arrived In port; were heard before,. rectorate It was from decided twelve to jncrease to"fifteen the.members d%; Pure Cane : : : : : -;

Court .Commissioner F. W .Mar s h l and the following- gentlemen:

iT' .t 6150 to $22.50 yesterday morning at 11 o'clock and, were elected to serve in/ /eapa '
after considerable evidence had been l ity during the coming' year:' Walker Table Syrup : It the Best\Vater\ on Earth
Buy now for adduces, the cases were taken undei Ingraham, Ed G.' Quina, Charles'Tur 1
advisement. order' hear furthei,, net Henry Yon_;e.. F. F. Bingham,
+ C. W. Merritt, W. C. Jones, Henry
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argum t. Hyer T. A, Jennings, C. F. Zeek, EaForscheimer
\Accordjnjji"Jo.attorneys! .for ,defense! J. S. Leonard, J. Ed.
Crown Brand
I Stick to your.old friend-.end, drink the water
the Secretary.of. the* Treasury was i Williams, Sol Cahn and Walker An I
7 White Store authorized by' Congress to make,' derson. The last thres gentlemen "

R such rules regulations with, named are new members ofthe Manufactured byFlorida. which i are -sure will do It is the
: Sptctalitt la ".11'. wear board, the others being members of I you : you good.
t J, reference tcr the, shipping laws as: the old board, all of whom. were, reelected :
205-?07 S. Palafox Street would enforce-the-spirit of said laws,, unanimously. I Syrup Mills. .
:original mineral water'and
1' j Phone 252. but they lafm'that he exceeded his Walker Anderson submitted the report .

5 'a authority"In the premises and madregulations e, of the committee appointed to For sae.by allll' ad n( :grocers !tn .. : B
that changed the letterof confer with the citizens 'relative to c
l the lawr which resulted in the ar- making the carnival "a permanent quart bottles and half ,gallon cans. .
rest of Messrs: Ze1ius, JJd' Bell. feature of the Deep Water! City.'-The :
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The -cause of the.trouble is ,said report stated that a'. large majorityof lit is Hea6thful l Re fr.6shing Beverage
Marine Grocery Co. to be the- fact thf.t' both ,gentlemen,, those seen were ,in favop\of holding a r
hi: being engaged in; the. business of the carnival and 'ha.i' :Agreed toy Ai
'04, 606, 60S. 610 S. PalafoX St. catering vessels, tried to board the renew their subscriptions: and in T T[ '" j
1LY' Phone 725. same vesselfor the purpose of selling some instances, .to; increase- them Itwas I;
goods., This is alleged to have resulted the consensus of opinion that :
V. J. VlDAL'Manager. in a row; with the result that tie carnival should', be made a, permanent -1t is bottled ..by fie.the.da Mineral Springs
one had .the other arrested for dis feature upon' a larger scale
; THE.HOME OF GOOD THINGS TO obeying-the- law, after which the, than heretofore T TRANSFERS.E1 N f[ :

i .. .. ,. EAT other In retaliation, had his competitor -, Immediately' after the the close Board of thesiockbolders. of Company,. ., Waukesha, : VVis,, and there is a
Iv placedunder arrest for the same. meeting
;Just Received: offense '. Directors met and elected Walker .
T .; Halibut Chunks Halibut Quick LuncH The matter- will probably ha. Ingraham president; Walker Anderson Following is a list' of the.deeds recorded "new man in eV boftjel"Call

fiO.kitt of fancy Mackerel $1.% per thrashed -over- -agn! in the ,commis-! .: vice-president; ,F.. Fr Bingham, yesterday reported by the' :: ? !
kit- sioner's- --court .withIn the course of. secretary and Henry Hyer treasurer.A. Pensacola Abstract, :'Co:' ,.
r. 50.kite Salmon. $U5 per.kit. the next few- days and will, in the. number of matte ...p rtaip ug to The Maxeati.Land'. .to. Clarence
x 60.kits halibut 'ins, $1.25.per. kit. opinion ,of ihoge who heard the testimony the carnival were discussed previousto
D. Collins and Geo-:> Collins, W. 85
tie 50.kits of Cod Tongues and Sound. be taken to' the 'United States adjournment ama considerable enthusiasm ft. lot 7 and E!* of jot:8 In-NK-of bite forIt and .1nslst on Having It I
1 J1.2.5.j>erkit court for'adjudication. in the matter was mani 57, Maxent Tract J337.50- !
Milkers and Roes .
Bloaters Herring fested.
The section ot the Revised. Statutes The Maxent,Land Co.-to'Mrs;'Hattje
d Codfish Pickled Salmon, Dill pickles, which .it Is. .believed that Messrs.
Krout. Jacoby, lots 14. 15. 16 and 17;, block
German Sauer
: Zeliua and Bell'Violated provides Keep your bowelsregular by the 194 of the 3f'axent Tract, $610. f*
Pigs Feet in kits. $1.oo.i :J I
s Min wl1 and Lange's Fruit Cake. punishment for violation' and by a fine of use Chamberlain's Stomach and J. 0. Jennings to the jMaxemLand You should have .it. attyour club at
not to $200. Imprisonmentnot
'exceed your
National, Biscuit Co'a 'Fruit Cake ?5c Liver Ta'blets. There nothing bet. Ca, N .fL.-gfjl0t 16 jtp J(ilnciusivs, ,
1 .: per pound. to exceed six months. ter For sale :toy t 'druggists.,. .. ; block 6 of 'hipL ila/xent Tract, |1 aid .... :.' ; ;r' r.

: i We' handle the celebrated blends ot .. .. other considerations.., .-;K' favorite saloon and on' 'sideboard.

Coffee roasted by the. Gulf City. Coffee A Thousand Dollar's Worth of Good."I ,Arrive! in California.; T. Morgan to;Clyde: Browder 10 {, your
f: Co., H. P. Chlpman Manager. hate 'been afflicted with kidney acres in the-SW'rorner of the N 6 of .. ; i
J. P. Goodman and who '
i#e,' r# Oaxaca, :25c lb.; Gold Standard, 25c and bladder trouble for years, passinggraver 'famlly left lot 6, Sec.. 4 T. 5 N.dt., .30 W.k-'fl75..,,
ItK Diamond Blend. 25c lb; Golden or stones Keith 'excruc:ating here several days ago for'California, Maxect Land, Co.;to'J. Jennings, '
Rio; 20c lb. pain'says'A.' H. Thurnes, a well j have arrived at their destination safely N5. .ft., of W.'150 ft.oflot; 13,-block'6, I Jr
according to a telegram received,
y Strictlyfresh: roasted and as good Maxent Tract, $1 and other consderatlons. 0. A
; is any Coffee! sold in this city. known coal: 'Op J1it )t'of Buffalo 0. "I by relatives In: this, city 'yesterday.Mrs. : G.
got no" relief from medicine until I b J- :Emily Hayne' who accompaniedthem' mq III .I.v.a.. .
'" Send us.your orders and we will de- Arthur Brown t? Lee 'BanlaH N%j (" .. 9 -f
gar taking Poleys Kidney Cure, thenthe -
'" laver promptly.,. west has also arrived at her destination
result"wa's.. "surprising. .!ofew ,, San' Francisco, where sne of lot 15 and'-Wi2-: of lots 16 I .
doses started 'the DrlcK-aust-iiks! : and 17 and Jhe'N} ;of.lot.lff, block 34 "i
suostance'ahd'AoW .
will visit relatives for l several wieks DiS tributar.i
have\ no 'pain across Belmont TractL.. ; ; ; .. :. .
At* my lddn Y6.p.n'd I feel like anew man. Mrs. EnvIj: ::C. Wright torPeter'Mur* **'
It has,don '.m$' $10.00 :worth ot'good-" phy, lots 3,4>ipck 80i West King Tract: ; ] ,

BULL foley's Kidney Cure will cure every ', Belmont Numberiii. iC. iKate' i Wholesale: .Liquor.Dealerw .
x a' form of kldnsy'or bladder disease. W.: ; : ; Sullivan tand ntrsbanfl:! M; .... H ..,.
1'. .I .iT.
nlr H. Sullivan, Mary Avery husband
apfc ;
.v A. D'Alejnfberte'. ., druggist. and apothe-; I
cary.cLIthALPthPLE. .". I A. M..Avery,,JosrJ.jGrantjand Jno. B. Pensacofa. ,.. Fla.: i
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; EXPRESS Grant, by their.attorney in fact; Kate w : ,

PREPAID : I For fifty years "a staple G: Sullivan and. Ix Olynrpe Pleasanfs : '> ,. [..t,
remedy of sup rior,.merit. and husband, Wv H.- leasants by their -.

Absolutely harmless.. : attorney in fact, K teG.: Sullivan'and mmmimmBiiaBm. Jr' -. .t&.E-i
ii 0 IN GREAT DEMAND ... Chas.'E. Grant- to.Mary C. Grant, all I -: ...- .".,
right, title and.interest-in. and to frac., f '
I' 16, inclusive, block 55, Belmpnt .
; [ LI Sec. 15 T. 1 N. .R. 31 W. 324 acres, lots 12to, ,
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4\ -qI
r.l less_ 8' acres previously! sold, $1 ad) Tract, $1..Geo. .
Fie S. POSITION"AVYAIT. : 'YOUNG WOMEN other 'considerations. '. ,P.: Wentworth--rto Escambla I.I Death: and Taxes
L a W. S. Reese 'to Wm. J.. Henry all Realty.Co., an undivided U interest in I,

&, .1 DOl. AND YOUNG. MEN, WHO, QUALIFY HERE right, title and interest in and to N'1j the:following:described' property! ;coin'menclng -;I' ,' ;Are 'admitt 4ly the.'only sure, things in life. What you
.of the :NW# Sec.. 36, ,TS.:2 p. R. 31 W. at a point 'on Garden 'St. 12' -"ate"' ure'.will happen: you are wise if you prepare for.
I It DELIVERED FORe OFFICE WORK. 80 acres, $1 and otMr:: onsideratfol1s. ft.: W. of SB corner: of --Arpent lot 54,i j I. ., the.. '; ;.., .
U. S. A. to Richaijd,Ix Campbell, E% Old City thence running N, on line
% $ of the SE* Sec. 9 T-; ,I 'S. R. 30 W; parallel with, the E. line of the said I i EquitaWe's. .Continuous- Installment Policy
aM x J2CHAS.BLUM&'CO "Nearly every day..we get an appli- 80.37 acres. Arpent lot 1S2 ft,, thence along >i.I 'J as'c' U.'the good features of the old policies, and decidedly -
cation for a stenographer, bookkeeper! U. S. A. R'chard; L.Camptelllots line of said Arpent;lot 80 ft., thence S. ,. -new features that were formerly never dreamt tfus ,
of some kind) of'omce-help,"said PrOf-I THEYI 3 and, 4,'Sec. 11 T. |is1,3Q: W., 160.50 192.tt.j.thenVe: along"the N. llns-of l. ''het explain: it to you.
W. D%- Sears, of the Pensacola !usi-j I acres. "* '. Garden,St: 80 ftito; point of beginning :. :

ness College toja Journal representative U. S. A. to RichaioMr. Campbell, SW being a part of Arpent lot 54; also the: Insurance> knowles: Gcn'l t Agts
517 AND 519 WEST BAY ST., the other day "We just can't I:I tof the SW% of Sec. 7 and lot:4 S':42.ft, of. the E% of-Arpent lot 45, Fi 'tfl ife. :, Pensacola
_' '. JACKSONVILLE. FLA. supply the 'demand, and it is strangetoo I : Sec. 12 T. 1 R. 30'S and ,W.. 119.94 Old City,'$1 and other considerations."If "
because :
t4 y many' competent young men and wo- :8"E' U. S. A. to Richard L. Campbell, lot rou.haven't the.time to exercise .-.- -=-:;---
men. The young people of this'city, 7, Sec. 11 T.1 R. 30'S. and W., 147.75
f should qualify themselves for clerical I acres.U. regularity" Dean's. Regulets wilt pre- N....... .. + ........N/........................ i
'work, of whfch there Is such a 'de S. A. to Richard ,L; Campefoll, ye .'constip'atlon. They induce anild J 3NgOCLA
of the
The, Season's' mand." ,, Back Has Been W* of the NE% and the NE% of the bowels, easy without; healthful feriping.action Ask your .Iron Works Co.
Professor Sears's remarks are true, NE's, Sec. 8 T. 1 R. 30( S. and W. druggist for them., 25c. I and Supply i
and every woman and 'oun'man' Broken. 128.18 .
young ) ; ; acres.U. Maaufaet .
'Repairers ,
/ of
In Pensacola or W st Florida! S. A. to Richard L. Campbell, W .' MACHINERY AND BOILERS *
? Popular should attend this excellent Institution and nearly every mall has_ 'a % of the SE4 and the SE4 of the POSTAL.... TELEGRAPHOFFICiAt. 2 REPAIR S,. A. JSPSCJALTY. SUPPLIES. STEAMSHIP
,. ; Prompt attention all orders
and prepare for the many good pair pf 5WM, Sec. 8, T. 1 R. 30"S. and W. .- WAS HERE .day or'nifchi, AgeirU for given to
I James 'McKay & Co.'s celebrated Log and
positions which awa'.t; them. A night 120.18 t i
acres. .
class; has been inaugurated for thebenefit Spring Shoes '$ --Duncan. assistant general T1nberDggar g1chainI} _of:all description, Office phone 123 Rest-
Sack Suit U. S. A. to Richard L. Campbell, S ,. dence phoa, .:4M9i'. ,l0.'Boi.123. PHIL WITTMAN
of those who are unable to attend E* of the NE% and E% of the SE*, managetpf the Postal Telegraph ....... .
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fvii : the day:: sessions. This college on his! mind._ Sec. 8 T. 1 R. 30 S. and W. 120.18 'Company;.' with headquarters in ,At- L / MNN ............. NNN -

14i for men is noticeably bookkeepjng teaches stenography," spelling: typewriting crammer,, take W them're 'ready of his at Mind:any. .time and"put,,.to acres.U. S. A. to Ri-chard L. Campbell. ':Business lanta. ,;wi'-'connected' ,In' the ,city with yesterday the-company.oa .i.. ....! ..,'. ..................................

itt more eyewinningthan arithmetic etc. and 'guaranteed positions 'them on his !' e't. Jots 1 and 2, Sec. 11 T.1 R30S. and He left at nobrjtor""* New* Orleans.. '. .i
to all its I 'itudents. The cost of W., -
160.50 -
last mod acres -
year's, .a course, Is scr,small that; it. Is easily U. S. A. to Richard L. Campbell W ,- ,: 1 .RA VIE ANY
'; ,iC els. It suggests: the paid.. ; j! ,% of the SWaand NE% of SW,], The B Est'' Materials : !
? same swagger set,'but Eithercall'an l Professors Sears or El- Ours are 'Shoes: of" :ISatlsfaortlbn. Sec. 8 T., I R. 30 S. and W. 120.18 ;
lis and full particulars will be given, p acres. .
I being longer it calls or ring phone 'No. 900. Patent Kid and Colt..,Vici/Gun' U. S. L to Richard L. Campbell, N IGASTAOUBLES ?
for a cleverly cutwaistline Metal Calf etc. Made On new E& of the -SW%-and W% of the SW FOR TH,,-B'EST'OF ALL: BEERS. I
fcfM to GOOD JUDGMENT lasts-Lace, Button or.Bluchers. '%, Sec. 22, ,T. 1 R..30 N. and W.119.H '-- |
overcome Shoes J3.00, $3.50( $4.00, foT00.: acres. ., "
a any baggy appearance is the, essential; characteristic of men :All widths and I sizes. .* U. S".A. to Richard I Campbell W '' 'kR"ewf. 11.4o! advse{ gas consumers who have any .
and women. Invaluable to good business W 'hare already touched upon the Ablee
't.rP iy 1 iatev r> with either
'! gas lights, heaters! or :
that its fullness would H of the SE# and SE/ of the SW%
men and necessary to house- which is partIy responsible
.Sec. 22 T. 1 B..30'.N_ and W. 119,16 superior gqaipment :chBktpgsgesf, to promptly advise us. as we have .
naturally effect. wlyes;'WheJJ A: woman. she"buys shows White's good Cream judgment ,' Come in,sir, at-any 'tim ..'a dwe'll acres. '.for.the superiority of Ameri ,c rp*:' |.!gas ;experts; ays at the disposal of gas :

take treat pleasure in assisting N.'WN'icholson: to',Matte! Allen '5 can Queen Beer. The other factor in \ cunsumeltato'reraedy:: any gas 'difficulties! you may .
Vermifuge for her taby. The best
See the blues and grays) in Sec... aifd 23 3 N. / the of .ezpenen'c.: :
,>t worm medicine eVer' offered to moth you to settle the Erin. acres 22 .y. R. 32 Its m rit.!fs sterling quality ma-
both are extremely popUlar ers. Many indeed ..arje'the, sensible Shoe question. W. and adjo'jiing l-i&ht of' way of li :erial. 'used. We buy only the best '. -.) .;: -, :
.-Write : 1 &' N. R. R, J150: ." : : 'f':. r- : .
mothers. who
i this season. ; express rig their| grade''Qt' Canadian malt It underhoes ,
gratitude.for the good health of their N.. W.. Nicho1s n..to-Maltle:Al1en,:s ; .
a Prices range from children; which they to the of Boston acres in Sec..22.Tli3:: Jf.- R. 31 W. ad- a' mechanical process cleansingw Gas
owe from e ICI1o4 Company |
: it particle of
White; Cream Vermifuge. Sold by joiniffj phi Ward Tract, |50 ichffees} every
6.50 to' .$18.00. all dr ggists.'. = Escambia Realty Co. to John Nl dust .ot foreign, matter, and at tile : :: Phoae1&f -' [ 24 and 27 E. Garden Street.MNHNNNINONNNNI. !
t up Day S. 30 ft.;;of'Ibt'> 3 and W% lot :t2, same Umfe.it! Is weighed In proportion ,
r block 49, East King Tract, East of d'the'other properties that there ..... ." ". ..- .4...... [

+ T 1 1 Sir KnlghU. Attention!. Shoe Store Tarragona street..$l>and,other consjil-;. ,Ial always maintained an even, accu- ,. -.... r- r. -
.Special conclave Coeur eratfons. 't.ate,relative measure. .M s. s
c De 'L'.on Commanding ., Almon C. BinKIey'lo'-John: M. Row ';1l;)+e,Hop!!'-wed are really imported 1 : L C. SMITH SL BROS.
illr HO ANSON ;(I "No::Knights Templar lltte, SE 4 of nv*;.,Sec: 2 T. 57. ',fromBavaria.; Hops are raised In .
7:30p: m-, Friday R. 33 W., 40 acres Jl and other con 'America: ,but not the grade necessary VISIBLE TYPEWRITERS
'April! 6. ,Work In the The House 'of l Good siderations. .- *4 ., fQlhe i high quality of American Gueen
CASH CLOTHIER Order of the Temple.! Ann Averhart: and; laid, ,Henry Beer.. We use only the best whichfce "Machines Sold rented or exchanged

., Sojourning Sir' Knights Averhart to J. Campb B" Avery j|{, worlds! ,finest Hop\rafeing section- See write '
r Corner Palifoi and llalD..Ji are'cquti oUle1y1nvited. ,Shoes. lot 12; block!,ll2, iSsyiSnjf Tract,t, 'produ_. s .. .or'
HARRY W; GIBBS. E. C. T < 5T4.in your 'home and
?200. : ::,Deep, : L.' 5. BROWN Pensacola, F'3''
W. ,H' RY': NFF3Dii' .Rey ;"WnL.fA, Blount to Margaret B. Hunt give4t a .thorbifgn trial. ,
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