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: May 19, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
daily (except monday)[ former <1900-1905>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
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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Tiliman i ( Gives Credit i President Question of Peace or War to Be Decided, CIIURCHAND STATE.. THE CONTESTANTS r, ;" :, .:
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-,, Says They Are Separate but ChurchShould It Will Be a Four Cornered Battle 1' I' '

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MEASURE HAS RECEIVED MORE to Emperor. Oppose, Socialism for Supremacy 1 : 1
ATTENTION THAN ANY BILL One Thousand Assemblymen Fall Burr and Blitch are Elected as -. .'' .. ..:.1,} ,,,,

WHICH HAS COME BEFORE THAT By Associated Press setby the dissolution of parliamnt are VICE PRESIDENT WAS INTRODUCED to Ground While Being Railroad Commissioners by y CLOPTON AND WK5GJNS, SCHEDULED ,-.: t c
] St Petersburg. May 18. The;critical f quite as anxious as the emperor to f> 'f
BODY SINCE REPEAL OF PURCHASING moment which will decide whether avoid the precipitation of' a conflict.. BY OLD SCHOOL MATE Photographed. Good Vote TO FIGHT OUT FOR COM. :. :.; :

CLAUSE IN SHERMAN there will be peace or war between They would regard the failure of the AND RECEIVED' WITH E'NTHUS'IASMCONFERENCE I MI'SSIONER IN DISTRICT 4 TO. ", t 4- '

the crown and the people apparently government to declare war as a big : .f ELECTS : I II .
SILVER BILL IN 1893. arrived By Associated Press Tallahassee May 18.! From figures I TAt. VOTE RECEIVED' AS OF. :
I with the:;adoption by the' lower preliminary victory, of which theywould "
hotness of parliament last night of its take advantage by forcing NEW CONVENTIONAL' OFFIERS 'Des Mpines, owa, May 18.-The received by the Daily Capital from PICfALLY ANNOUNCED BY THE I\ ; "
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reply to the speech from the throne.: through their Agarian project, OB. OFFICERS FOR YEAfU / the auditorium where the twenty-four counties out of forty-six i'
Associated Press. Presbyterian general EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE.'
By assembly
Washington, May 18.After seventydays '. President Mouromtseff has gone to which they count to :strengthen themselves meeting collapsed late this afternoon was the result of the primary Is as follows: k ,

of almost continuous deliberation Peterhof to present .the reply to the In the country before the final. ,. with more than one thousand asembly- For-Railroad Commissioners-Ap 1 <

the senate finally late this afternoon, emperor atr his'majesty's response is tattle opens. By Associated: 'ress. men, who were being photographed. pleyard 7,717; Bailey, 8.6T5; Blitch, t ,
awaited with great anxiety. Popular That the court reactionists heated The official tabulation of the returns\
passed the railroad rate bill by the opinion considers that/i&e governmenthas by General Treoff are seeking in' Birmingham, May -To-day's session Half a dozen ministers were Injured 12,277; Burr. 11.923. of the county democratic primary as

practically unanimous vote of 71 to 3. no'option.between surrender nor every way possible to influence the of the general conference of the and Dr. WilMs, of Mendota, Illinois, For Justice Supreme Court Clarke, tabulated by the county democratic!

The three negative votes were cast by, war."Nevertheless, while events during tinperor to fight is apparent by the Southern Methodist church, was presided was rendered unconscious, being hurt 8,291; Parkhill, 14,761; Whitfield 12- executive committee show that a } .'
Foraker' republican of Ohio; and Morgan -( the past week followed each with extreme discovery made by the "Rech" of a over by Bishop E. E. Has' and about the back and legs. ond primary is necessary fo 8eC-l .
and Pettus, democrats, of Alaba- anxiety'the Issue now raised islikely secret circular sent to the governors, 295.Nine who the two representatives of ; '
with devotional exercises GEORGE I counties heard from state
ma.There to be decided quietly. Russians i Instructing them' to have the "Blar cambia county in the state legislature :
was 'ah almost general sigh of generally believe' that the emperor's Hundred" organizations immediately conducted by Rev. J. R. Scruggs, of AT HIS HOME 'that Blitch and Burr and Parkhill and shall be.Charles. .

rfl! ef among- the senators when the, court and government undoubtedlyhas I dispatched to the emperor's protests the western North Carolina confer WhitfieH are leading.:: Returns from M. Coston who polled 905 ) "
vcte was announced. The bill received blunt and'direct against the abolition of the death George Guinot, an old resident of
( been dazed'by the pen ence. Immediately the election, of conventional various other various counties are as votes, lacked 9 ballots of receiving ,
more atention in the senate and from fashion with which" parliament has i alty. These have been flowing into officers begun ana' resultedas Pensacola ,died yesterday at his home follaws: enough votes to assure his nomination ;"" ,
the country at large than any measure spoken out their' policy naturally will Peterhof from "all t directions over fifty 115[ S. Baylen street. The deceased in the first primary over his five com .
before congress' since the repeal of be to gain tim'e. The emperor personally being printed in the Official Messen follows' : -f had reached the ageftf 83 years at the Madison i petitors. The committee announced \J' 1; ,
1 Book editor and editor of Review, time[ of his.last He to. County. .
in of birthday. came
the purchasing olause the Sherman is in a beneflcient frame that the tabulation showed 914 .
act in 1893. mind and for the pra3ent will not listen ger.At Simferopol troops surrounded the made vacant by the election of Dr. Ti- Pensacola ,33'years ago and was a Madison, :May 18.-.Tie official countis for majority. necessary f
The bill was reported to the senate to the counsels of those who ail'yis : prison where the political prisonerswere gert as Bishop, filled by the election of model citizen from France. The funeral as follows: Lamar: 678; Stephens The a other ,
only to
February 26 and made unfinished business him to dissolve parliament and making a demonstration and Dr. Groan Alexander! ths Louisville: services will be heltf at St. 153. Appleyard 201; Bailey 310; race necessary be
March 12. From that date to fight. Nevertheless 'he Is resolved not fired at them through the windows.In restrict; editor Christian Advocate, Dr., Joseph's church this morning at 10 i Blitch 444; Burr 470. Clarke 323; settled in a second primary is for commissioner
in the .
fourth district,
: the George B. Winton; of Nashville, reelected -o'clock. Interment at St. Michaels Parkhill 475 Whitfield 475. whereIn -
May 4, the bill Sunday editorship,
limitation demands. It safely can be pre awaiting transportation at the; ; cemetery. -
without on dura- dieted therefore that he' will present alemporiz'ing porting prison, hung red flags from made vacant by election; of Dr. James Dade County. are scheduled as the contestants. Fora
tion of speeches, fifty-eight of which Atkinson l electionof time it appeared if W. H. P. Bron .
bishop by as i
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the win the larsei1- filled
with and /
polcy partial amnesty < sang Miami, Hay 18. Parkhill 831, Whit-
were made. For twelve days the bill Dr. E. B\Chappeli; :by. NashviHe. John Wesley might be consolidated son would be the opponent of Mr.
consideration as the first sop thrown to the coun laise, throughout the night, while goon field 764 Clarke 458 Burr 1052,
had been under ; ;
under Dr. W. R. Lambuth wasfre-elected: in Clopton but 'Mr. Wiggins
corresponding church steadily
The democratic people outside joined In the revolutionary one mighty organization. "
try. constitutional Blitch 687 Appleyard 528, Bailey 408 .'
the rule lmitlirg! speeches to fifteen
leaders whose"program ''would be upI songji4g1 : secretary of; board of Condemns Socialism. gained until he led Mr. Bronson 52 ,
minutes. The debate at all times was\ home'missions: and Dr; W.'F..Murray Watson for represnetative 924. Worley votes at the close. '
Vice President referred the
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earnest and animated, but for. the most)I I was elected1 secretary." of the church' growing socialistic sentiment in the 736. The Total Vote. '
part devOid of personalities, but the, extension board. The total vote as tabulated and-officially : t '
United States and said "While with
past few days called out caus.Uc,..criticisms Cubans Make eon Si c cI A ttack,: ,'rhE!... proceedings fi e morning us chupch'and state:are.: separate and DeSoto County announced by the committee ".
of the president and some newspaper I ... ....... : ,-. -.,' < wer. fn errupted brthe.arri va1-ot:Vice should so continue the Christian pa-d1: May *18.-Sparkman 915. shows"the following:
correspondents by Senator Bai- AmerBy President Fairbanks, who was escorted church is nevertheless a pgsrerfulagency Parkhill 584, Clarke 481, Whitfield Far Congress. '';T"--* ,

icy, icon Bluejacketstives to the conference by Bishop Gallo in the support of a free state. 573; Appleyard 483. Bailey' 339, Butch W. B. Lamar . . ., .1,482 '
way and was.Introduced to the conference The socialistic! tendency in certain 628, Burr 519. Four small outlying Jefferson D. Stephens . ... 234
TILLMAN SAYS RESULTIS by Bishop Hoss, who said the quarters has not escaped the attention precincts not heard from. For Railroad Commissioner. '
DUE TO ROOSEVELT Associated Press I who'used their knives and ice-president' was an old classmateof of the most casu lobtervor! of currentevents. Thomas J. Appleyard. . .. 421
:Washington, May 18,-:: The navy department machetes with telling effect' tTha" blue, his. The vice-president made a Its growthJca'nnot be viewed Hernando County. E. B. Bailey. . .. 773
Washington: May 18.-Just before has received th? first report; jackets had no weapons and although brief and informal reply to greeting. except with concern, for it bodes no Brooksvflle May 18.-Appleyard 43, N. ABitch! 856
the final vote in the senate today on of a serious fight which occurred at outnumbered three and four to one, Vice President Fairtaanks's Address. good to our country. The church may Bailey 89, Blitch 103, Burr 67; Clarke R. Hudson Burr 921
the railroad rate bill. ,Senator Tillmaa Guantanamo, Cuba, on April 29. between they fought with their fists until all Vice President Fairbanks delivered I well concern itself with all those 46, Parkhill! 3, Whitfleld 102. For Supreme Court Justices.

took the floor. After announcing his;: American sailers-and natives In were disabled. his formal address this evening. He, things which affect the temporal wel- Thomas L. Clarke. . .. 752Cha.s. -'
intention to vote for the bill as .the" which one American was shot, and I The local police, it Is said, instead of said he was commissioned with his: fare of thIs great people.! It may well Sumter County. B. Parkhill eo eo ? .1,715
test twenty-two others wounded. While: attempting to quell the riot sided colleague to bring tha fraternal greet-i concern itself with those things which 18.-Sumter J. B. 733 !>
we could get he said bluntly May coun
: the sailors were ashore at Guantanamo with the natives. The sailor who was ingts of the Methodist, Episcopal menace the state, which tend to. For State Senator.
"But for the work of Theodore ty's vote is as follows: Appleyard
they left the naval reservation and shot was for a time in a serious con-1 church and ha expressed the hope that jeopardize the Institutions which came .
'( I John S. Beard 1,675
Roosevelt in bringing: this matter to 116, Bailey 127, Blitch 322, Burr 373;
dition, but he has since rallied.! 'I southern followers of from the hands of fathers."
ware attacked by a large band of naFOREST -; the northern and to us our For the Legislature.
the attention of the country we would' Clarke 239 Parkhill 181, Whttfleld 361.
not have had any bill at all. True, I For senator D. H. Baker 529, J. G. Ba'ggett. . .. .. .... .. 802
hat demand for legislation was made Baskins 55, representative I. S. Futch Cnas. M. Coston. .., ... .. ....... 905
la three democratic platforms, never. FIRES 235, W. C. G. Kilgore 356. M. Jacoby .. .. .. .. .. .. 553 i
theless he seized upon the idea- and I J. Long. . .. .. .. .. ... 440 i
the success of the issue is largely due t Qi coPY \ Nominations In Washington County. ] Geo. T. Morgan. .. .. .. .. 595
to his advocacy. I can't congratulate NOW ,RAGING y G P 90 ndavT coCpP :;; .. Chipley, May 18.-The returns from I Jerry J. Sullivan, Jr. .. .. .. .. 260
ouT Si'i RVSShSI $ i
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Mm on the for nS all various of Washington For Tax Assessor
victory, I think the precincts
we 05 G
should have had a better bill." SAL NEttti crUBr S county are coming in very slow. I W. W. Richards . .. ..1,582
Senator Tillman complimented Associated Press. OF Rpa CO o Enough is known, however show For Tax Collector.
republican' the By Yh Goo]'. ? j jCoe that the following candidates have received -i I N. MfcK. Oerting. .,. .. .. 383
of party on the practical Detroit Mich.! May 18.-Fragmentary hood -1FFULr F a sufficient number of votes to. J. S. Roberts. . . .. .1,561 '
nnanmlty vote, but
predictedthat reports have reached here from t- I I'W. 'j
ON4 4L For County Treasurer.J.
some would ? US yo v 04 nominate them: I
scars remain
result of the conflict as the Escambia and Galdstone, Michigan Tip l1T /k:1 A '1j 1.lid 1DP B. Lassitter, Representative; H.I G. Welsh. ... .. .. .. .. 879' .
that had M woQK '
Place within the ranks of the taken. that a disastrous: forest fire is ragingin Y 90.;, ; r I B. Tiller Treasurer; W. B. Gainer I I J. Ed. Williams .. .. .. .. .1,078 :,
party. the cities C q Tax Collector; J. J. Williams, Tax As T. F. Wrfghton .. . . 108 '
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the upper penininriar sear; .
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CAPr LIFE. C: o FAboVT sessor. There was a very light vote For Supervisor of Registration. '
RACE WITH' DEATH named. It is reported that three lNSUR A2 throughout the county. W. M. J. Scott. . . .. .1,514 '
towns have been destroyed, thirty Joy -"' 'q?ro RI F p, i For Member Board of Public Instruc :'
square miles of territory devastated MD rPhF Co M aA .a. Result in Santa Rosa. tion. .

FROM FLORIDABy and several persons burned to,death. y fLIc,, 4t 3 Milton, May 18.-The official count District 1W. f
CoP I C 1c shows the result of the primary vote: E. Anderson. ., ,. 1,479 ,i::

,Whole Town Wiped Out. R T30U T CORE in this county to be as follows: District 2. ;,
Associated Press. (For Representative in Con'gressWm. H. G. DeSilva. .. ..1,260
New Menominee, Wis., ){ay IS.Forest G Lamar 559, Jefferson Stephens -
York, May 18.-The Herald ,today B. District 3. r
says that with the highest speed I. fires are raging to-night in a.large portion a L r 38.For W. ,}!. Agerton. ..' ? .; 721 |
that a special train can make Charles of Menominee county. Talbot with i Railroad Commissioner W. B. Hubbard .. .. .. 692 I
:t Lambert general passenger agent three hundred population was wiped' CUA Iit J. Appleyard I 137. Ed B, 'Bailey 158, For County Commissioners f
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of t the West Shore Railroad Is being, out this evening and several other Coy j App Y 1 Newton A, Blitch 329 R. Hudson I .District 1.

borne homeward from Florida In order villages and many farm buildings are Rh J 5 l l GoP a ,Burr 421. I J. B. Roberts. ..... .....1,428
that he nay see his friends and rela \ I gyp, A130Uj 'For Justice! of the Supreme court-j C. F. Zeek..i.. 354
tires before he dies. "For a year or in danger. Isy Aifl Thomas L. Clarke 169, Chas. District 2.John.
core h.s health has been failing; and --I IM' ES r 0/. /IIiI/1/IllIf! // L AwSo hill 539. James B. Whitfleld 369. I A. Merritt. .. .. .. 913
werai weeks ago his physicians told Loss Is Tremendous !For Members of House of Representatives William J. Sennott.. .. .. 820
him that if he would prolong his life Wilwaukee, Wis., May 18.-{Specials! D -R. E. Collins 276, J. H. Har--District 3.James.

He must give up all official duties and tell of serious fires in three sections i veIl 432 A. J. Peaden 397.PINKERTONS M. Andrews. .. ;. 932

Po away for perfect rest. He.w nt to of Wisconsin and Michigan.I A. C. Blount Jr.. .. .. ..' 664
: : upper
BradentownP'la, The change old not W. A. Shelby. .. .. 247
bring\ the desired: Improvement. In-I I Thirty miles square have- been swept ARE District 4W.

stead he became steadily worse, and by forest fires near Escambia and several H. P. Bronson.. .. 442 N

J tat terday his physicians informed him!I i villages destroyed. Several lives RUSHED TO MINES H. C. Clopton. .. .... 824 .,. \
if he wished to die in his home are reported lost. Stanley with five '
John A. Wiggins. ... .. .. 494 .
'lid among his friends he must get, thousand population As, reported in I District: 5James
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A back to New York as soon as possible.! flames. Auturndale is. swept by fire R. Stewart. ., .. eo 1,294 f "
special train was at once placed ] with a loss of one hundred thousand, Associated Press. '
By Justice Peace District 2. '
his / :
5t'Mce.r atl .'oars. Steubenville Ohio, May 18. Pinkerton -,, J. L. Bell . .. .. .'. .. ... .156.
::::::....... men are being rushed to the J. D. Goss . .. .. .. .. 244 e"
WASTE BASKET ;; : :" mines in Jefferson county, anthe R. I* Nlchelsen .. .. .. eo .. 727
Chicago Wants 14=Foot FRtDM THfcOf \f '-:,-' 1 force now numbers 150 armed men George J. Slocumb. .. eo .. 241
dFFIC t' .F but Sheriff Vorhees refuses to swear County Executive Committee.
/ them in as deputies as they are not . .
i xI U//jill/ ., ;1- Chairman Frank Reilly 1,374
Water Way to the Gulf 1 i residents of tie county. The situa- Secretary A. H. lYAlemberte..1,34k

: -1. tion Is critical, and If the operators I Thus the story of the battle of bal-
> fi ( c-: : persist in opening their mines next
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By Associated Press. district at the banquet of the Chicago I ; :I Monday. bloodshed is sure to follow I Continued on Third Page)

Chicago, Ill., May 18.-"The grave Commercial Association at the Sher- > : :
Possibility" of a war with England man House. i
coupled with a word picture of the The banquet were addressed ty ," "I'" Congress Pays Salary of .
>Mammoth British) battleship Dread- five members ,of congress, all advo- '" ,
tought 'bombarding: Chicago at a cates of water' transportation is a -< .,. ;...
tani! of ten miles while the proposed remedy for the high freight rates- .of ..: "J; Late Negro Congressman
American rival, recently nicknamed the railroads. i ': ,:ii,::f .e--: ". ,. .1
the "Skeered1' of Nohtin'' by John The speakers Included'Congr' S a.n I -- -

Warp Williams lay useless at the Lorimer of Chicago: CongressmanJames By Associated Preas. of Samuel Lee of South Carolina, $10,.
South of the Mississippi river wasr@'Sl'nt9d P. Ransdell of Louisiana, chair- WashingtOn 18.-The democrats 482 for an allowance made by reason ,
>> last night as a sufficient man of the executive committee of .... of the election of Lee, a negro COD4
reason for the construction of a 14 the National: Rivers and Harbors Asso today inaugurated a strenuous testantfor his seat in the 47th conj
f itot depth waterway from Chicago to ciation;, Congressmaa ei Davidsonof filibuster under the leadership of Wil- gress. Numerous roll calls were de t .

I the lenry gulf. The Idia was advanced byT the. Eighth ,district.C. Ellis of, of Wisconsin Missouri;; MR.. Pt.9LIQOOoTS! ASTONISH/ING/ HOW: QUICKLY THAT BlASKST 'IS- FILtSD WITH liams, of Mississippi, the object being : manded today by Williams and the f
Rainey: member of con- Congressman E. to defeat the bill paying to tie estate democrats, but the bill finally passed #
r" s.s from the Twentieth Illinois and Congressman,.J Kalney,: p{ IU1nols.w ONE-TIME! IUVOnfrE: : RW1)ING.: -.1"-



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As I expect to change my busineSs to o'first-dass Hab er d as' r her y' I will beghithe above elite to close out my l large

stock of Clothing and 'Furnishings, and will continue the sale until the entire stock is disposed of



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All Suits, regular $17 and All Shirts, regular $2.50 Pants, regular $5 and $4 Suits Underwear._$ .95 $2.35 50c Neckwear____ ------39c -
$3,00 Hats __________
$18 values_______$11.95 value; now go at$1.95All $6 values, go at____$4.35 25c Neckwear.
$3 Suits Underwear2.25 ..________ 19c
All Suits, regular $14.50 Shirts, regular $2 value, All Pants, regular $4 and

and $15 values, at $10.65All now go at__'________$1.65 $4.50 values, go aL$3.45 $1.50 Suits Underwear, $1.15 $2,50 Hats-.________ $1.95

Suits, regular $13.50 All Shirts, regular $1.50 All Pants, regular $3.50 .

values, now only10.25 value.now go at____$1.15 and $3.75 values, at $2.75 $1 Suits Underwear_____89c $2.00 Hats ____ _____ $1.45 Umbrellas, Valises,

All Suits, regular $12.50 All Shirts}: regular$1 value, ,All Pants, regular $2.50 50c Suits Underwear ___39c '
values, go now at.._$S.05 now go at____________79c and $3 values, at.-$2.15 $1.50 and $1.75 Hats $1.20 Etc.,

All Suits, regular $10 All Shirts, regular 50c value All Pants, regular $1.50 50c' Elastic Seam Drawers I

values, go nowaL$7.65 now go at-__________.39c and $2 values, go at $1.20_ ______ ____________35c $1.00 and $1.25 Hats 85c at the_ same, reduction.
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i Yours, For Cash* P. STONE' CLOTHIER' 222 S. Pala fox St.

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; drawn by Davison &Lee and caused,,,' changes in the name of Avenues in West line of (Palaffox Street ; T-,'',<
Legal I'to b e lithdgraphed by Thos. C. Wat.j "Petterson's Addition" and in the South along a line parallel II., C9

DYANTAGE G [ OF f I son in 1884, and delineated in the. names of Lettered Streets In the West line'of Palafox Street u a -'?.'U

PENSACOLA TO WEST INDIES TREASURY DEPARTMENT, Office of ,of the Maxent Tract made by its own .West King Tract" are hereby designated -211 feet North of the North imi; 'of;

< the Supervising Architect, Washin'stori ,ers, Wnu Fisher, L. E. Thompson, W. and made, viz: Wright Street; Thence East Mns s

D. C., May 9, 1906. SEALED J. Vankirk, and W. A. Blount are hereby "First Avenue and "0" Street" to a line parallel with .the Norm/! :,n. ,-,<
; FORMER HEAD OF STREET CAR 1 PROPOSALS will be received at this : designated and made, viz: "PET' f ERSAN STREET." Wright Street to point of bepnnmg;
USING SMALL FORMER PENSACOLIAN IS ASSIGNED office until 3 o'clock P. M. on the 6th Section 2. That this
SYSTEM WRITES OF HIS RE. '! "Petterson Street" in the :Maxent 'Second Avenue" and "P" Street"to oniman+i -
day of June, 1S06 and then opened,
I. ; Tract ." "MULDON STREET." shall take effect on its passage and
to IS STREET.foLel1
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LATKONS, WITH CITY. TO IMPORTANT POST for plumbing and sewerage at Santa I proval.
"Third Avenue" and "Q" Street" toI'
\ Street" in the Maxent
Rosa Quarantine Station. Pensacola, n
IPassed May 9 1906.
:The following self-explanatory letter BY WEATHER BUREAU.The Florida in accordance with, drawingsand Tract to "PINE STREET." "BRENT STREET. ,
I I'I Approved May 11, 1906.
"Fourth Avenue" and "R" Street"to
from the former owner of PeD aeola's SPACE c[ specification, copies of which may "Alston treet" in the Maxent Tract '." OHAB. H. BLISS
Savannah News
i street car and electric light system be had at this office or at the office of to "MAGNOLIA STREET." I I Attest: 3iar.
I says: Mr. R. Tollock, assistant observer 1 "Fifth Avenue" and "S" Street" to
will be read with Interest
everyone the Custodian qf the Station, Pensacola "DeSoto Street" from 8th Avenue, C. E. MERRITT,
attached to the United States I "GREEN STREET.
'j in Pensacola: Florida, at the discretion of the east to the City limits to "HEINBERG'STREET. Clerk.
Weather Bureau in Savannah, has Sixth: Avenue" and "T" Street" toPFEIFFER
Mr. Thorn's Letter. Some Good Features .for the Supervising Architect. James Knox ." .
I '
been -d tailed to of the
assume charge STREET.:
Balttmore May 15, 1906.
Taylor Architect. Street South of St. Mich-
Supervising "Spring
cbservatlon station in Santo Domingo I "Seventh Avenue" An Ordinance relating the Pmr. ,
1 Fred A. Sweet, Manager of Cir ''Small Merchant to Alcanlze to.
15may6teod. ael's East of
Cemetery and
W est Indies the hurricane of Improve Bonds of -
culatton Department of The Journal, during seaason STRrE T. the C t
I Street to "ARAGON STREET.!
this I II I Pensacola.Be .
Pensacola, Fla. sear.He "Eighth Avenue" to "KEYSER
Consider.A will leave Savannah in "Havana Street, Alston Streotand It Ordained the i
I early Ma.o.
TAy Dear Sir-I have held your recent ERS AND DRAINS. SEW.1 I I STREET""Ninth by -ii
i 13th Street, in the Pettersons addi'
request that I subscribe to your June and will open his new post on Avenue" to "KNOWLES, Council of the City of Pensat > .
t enterprising Journal for I was until correspona'ai-t July 1. This office is maintained only /Sealed proposals for the construction lion to "GREGORY STREET" !': STREET.0 Section 1. That all mon ., .
- In The Advertising during the turbulent period each of a system of storm-water' "Simpson Street" to "WR1GHTSTRW1' rived from the sale of ,
lately uncertain as to whether or not World says: year. ? "Tenth :Avenue" to "DAviSON -.i:! t
should retain luy interest in your : It is regarded as one of.,Lhe most important drains and a system ofsanitary sew STREET." Bonds of the City of Pensatthorfzed -.. -
.Many merchants when asked why for the of Pensacola !'I "Forbs ; eet" and 'IFirst Street"to .
ers City Florida a i
: by
the chief Ordinance
made -
f Electric Light and in the +P. E. T. Ry., they do'not assignments by "Eleventh :Avenue" to "CLINTON an ap "+ ;
Co. It has been settled that I am no not their advertise, say that they do cmce lor the reason that nearly all of will 'be recelved.Jy the Board.of, Bond "BEI I0 'T STREET:" II STREET," July 19, 1905, shall be placed; i j.; ",aBoard 1
longer to retain those pleasant connections sized see way to use good : the most destructive storms have their I Trustees, at the: City Hall, up to 12 "Howell Street" and "Second Street" "Twelfth Avenue" of Bond Trustees in >?. '.
'and consider small ]I I to "HANCOCKSTREET.
with your vigorous town and I space, they origin in the tropics, and prompt !and: o'clock noon of,, the !first day of June, to "lALRUA..STREET." ." posfltorfes as have been ann+ .>r.- i
sever thosa ties with real regret.While space practically' worthless because accurate information as to the'movement -I: A. D. 1906. Proposals to be addressed "Griswall Street",and I and approved, by this CoO:1Cli.Hli,. t! i :
"Thirteenth Avenue"
they much in it. "Third.Street".1
I shall not under the circumstances canEay of all atmospheric disturbances s i to L. Hilton Green. Chairman of to "JACKSON checks for the withdrawal +II' '. i
Such merchants doubtless look STREET
"" become & subscriber( to The I the big ads. of department upon,I in this region are of unquestionable' the. Board of. Bond Trustees, endorsed "Campbell Street" and "Fourthj' "Fourteenth Avenue" funds, or any part thereof, *ha.signed" .>
stores-as "STILL-
import to the serviceVindisseminating: "Proposals fore 'Constr Drainageand Street" "GADtSDEN+ : to by the chairman of UNB- 4
Journal want to wish it and every the only ads in a paper that aprofit' ctin.g ta ,. !MIAN STREET." .
agency working to upbuild Psnsacola, 'on the investment. Yet pay thisisn't metorological information. Sewerage Systems: I|I "Ba1>c GK Street" and "Fifth "Fifteenth of Bon Trustees and "counter;ipt rj\
where I have so many valued friends, so.You This is the third year that Mr. Pol The work to be done consists of approximately to "OERVIA'NTES'STR17F7r.! : Street"j'I I ." Avenue" to' "WATERSTREET. by one other member of said B"-riSection
f abundant success id their efforts. lock has been returned fo this import I 25000 lineal feet of stormI -'' "Kennedy Street" and 'S1xth Street" 2. That all ordini
I can pIck up almost any newspaper cant station, a fact that speaks water drains from Section 3. That the Street or Public and parts of ordinances in ', -
Will you let me speak a, good "'ordfor in very I to 10" in diameter to STRONG' STREET. c !
a large of
the properties I have been called size, and scattered or all city any it: highly for a man so .young: [In yearsand which will comprise Section 1.'!I, "Duval Street" and "Seventh!Street1 I way extending from "REUS herewith be and the same arp -"' -
see through
on'to administer [in experIence. .tt'ls1 evident of the Section 2 will STREET to "OLIVA STREET" by repealed.
company with a little,.one and .two-inch consist of approximate to "D s rro! STREET.
large number of your best citizens; adi!. :We ti'o' not single-column the- oM.fash. act that the service he has rendered. ly 42 miles of- terra 'cotta and cast "Wagner *'Street" and Eighth through blocks numbered; 35, 36, 37; Section 3. That' this Onimtr!!! 'ithaH
those properties: have baen steadily toned business cards means that gave simply I(I there in the past has been 'of such aj I'' iron pipe sewers from 24" to 6" inj Street" to "GONZALEZ STREET" I 42 and 48, In the "Donaldson Tract," take effect immediately .I; u
character to win not only the confi-I shall be named and known as "FORTSTREET' its passage and approval.
operated to serve the public to the the name of the advertiser, and all as j diameter. Proposals for Section 1 "Rodney Street" and "Ninth'Street" "
very best of our abilities.' Whateverof the line he carried cence, but the admiration of the chief;: must be accompanied by a certified to '"BRAINAR'D: STREET." I Passed May 9, 1906.
; we mean bright, df the service who looks to the fitness! The Street, or public Approved 11 1906.
short comings there were resulted catchy ads., that are changed check for the sum of two thousand "Washington Street" and "Tenth way, extending May ,
I from unavoidable handicaps and were I or every other day. evel1'day of the man in making selections for; dollars ($2,000.00)), and proposals for )Street" to "LLOYD STREET." from "DeVILJJEERS STREET* to OHAS. H. BLISS

as keenly regretted by us as "by any or There may be a little cut run with positions of so great responsibility'I' Section 2 must accompanied by a "Jefferson Street" west and "Elevjenth "OLIVA STREET" through blocks Attest: MaC .-> .

all other persons. I the ads., or it may be set in solid Many men in the service have regarded certified check in the sum of three Street" to "LEE STREET.' I'I j numbered, 33; 34, 43, and 47, In the :: MERRITT,
;'I know from experience how hardit it a; a mark of appreciation 'of "Donaldson Tract," shall be named Clerk.
type, ,with. ann attractive border; but dollars (J3.000.00)). Each "Adams Street" West and TwelftStreet" h
is have have a public utility service their ability to be assigned to this station f and known as "TAYLOR STREET."
'I check "
I somehow they seem to stick out on so deposited to be drawn upon to "BLOUNT STREET. i
equal! public expectation and how valuable the page where they appear, and they even for one season, and there are; a Bank doing business in the City ofi : "Madison Street" and "Thirteenth1 The street or public way, extend An Ordinance to amend Sscti-r! :. >
file the of chief -
the of in office the
leadership i is sways on ing from "DONALSON
newspapers are read by- tb4 readers and what ismore ; Pensacola, Florida and made Street" to STREET" to Three
; payaitile and Tweir i I.'<)
:in of for :
that Washington requests
fact scores
in bringing home to the traveling "OLIVA STREET"
they bring results because they this t to the Board of Bond Trustees. "Calhoun Street" and "Fourteenth through blocksnumbered of the Code of Ordinances o: i">'"''J

I IWhatever( public. you can do, then consistently appear week after. week and monthafter'mo A distinct place. advantage which Mr. Pol,I Specifications and blank forms of Street" to "IMALLORY STREET.) Tract," shall, 44 be and 46 in the "Donalson I !Be It Ordained by the Ma\ .- ,I' 1

upbuilding Public rights t o: th. I l lock has over many of the young men}I proposals can be obtained of either "L .ke View Ave." and "Sixteenth "CEDAR STREET.named" and known aa I Council of the City of Pensaro A
help those public servants, The .s-i Of course, much cannot be said' in i in the service who aspire to appoint;I i L. Hilton Green, at Pensacola, or of Street" to "SIERRA STREET." (Section 1. That Section > -+>
cambia and PenL-acola! companies, I these small ads.,. but what is said' ment to this station is the fact he I. the Consulting En'g'ineer, at Wilming "Palmeto Street" and "Nineteenth Street, or public' way, in the Three Hundred and Twenty T"t
trust you will do. I! (should be sharp and to the point. Aluost 1- speaks the Spanish language fluently ton, Delaware; and full sets of planscan Street" to "MAXWELL STREET." I "Maxent Tract" extending from the Code of Ordinances of 19tu: ;! < v .t
With; my' kindest! goo wishes and any ling of goods can use these' Santo Domingo is a Spanish speakingrepub1 be obtained at the latter's office iCenter Street" and "Twenty-second STREET" to 'SHIPLEYi I II the same Is hereby amended,+I" '.)
lecoile t1 ns' of'Pensacola, from which' small ads to advantage. I' and Mr. Pollock is qualifiedto i upon the deposit of ten dollars! Street" to 1SOOTT STREET." i i! through blocks number, 56,, read as follows:

I I do not wish'ever to.be personally cutoff : Stationers can talk about envelopes I issue the local bulletins in the native (;$10.00)), which deposit will be re ""Fifteenth Street" to .'A VERY I I 57 and 68, shall be named and known "S ction 322. That it shall; :in-
.i I am, I one day and the next can tell about i tongue. turned upon the return of the plansin STREET." j I I as "CHIPLEY STREET." lawful dot any person to spi': / i

Sincerely, I IDeCOUJ card 'systems, following with latest i "Mr. Pollock has been connected witn good condition.The 'Seventeenth Street" to "HERNAN The right of way of the Pensacolaand any paved, or other impnA 5 d i "
ICY W. THOM I books, post card albums. writing paper the Savannah office most of the tim right to reject any and all bidsis DEZ! STREET." Perido Railway Company within walk, or upon the floor or an- .fpart
school supplies, etc. Confectionerscan reserved. the City limits shall be, named and of street .
since he entered' the service,,when he "Eighteenth Street" to "JORDAN any car, public
T i_ tell about chocolates one day, '' known as "PI;'TiADO STREET." public hall ; 03
was not on duty in the West Indias. L. HILTON GREEN, STREET."Twentieth. or public buildnp! !r.
ir-arshmallows another day, novelties He has numbers of friends here who, Chairman Board of Bond Trustee Street" to "BOBE] Section 4. That all ordinances and City of Te sacola."
another, and so on. Druggists haveen I whil3 they regret to learn he is to be T. CHALKLET HATTON, -STREET." parts of .ordinances in conflict herewith Section! 2. That this 01"9::

excellent Tine' to exploit; in small transferred again, will-'be-pleased' toi I i Consulting Engineer.: "Twenty-first Street" to "JOB be and the same is hereby re. shall: take effect immediate-!. .
ads; taking up prescriptions one 'time, know that his'superiors have made! STREET" pealed. Section '3. That all' Orri J

then the different patent medicines, recognized his worth and have reward-j i In Escambia County Circuit Court, "Twenty-third Street" to "HAT- Section 5. 1'h t.this ordinanceshall and parts of Ordinances ni '
\relay ringing in their own products Ire ed it. }Ir. Edward S. Wiest who.is: i State of Florida. In Chancery. J. D.' TON STREET.! take effect immediately herewith be and the same arc i f

A q entl)'. now stationed at Meridian, Miss., will 1 Waters vs. Roslna Borras and John L. "Twenty-fourth Street" to "CROSS Passed May Sth, 1906. repealed.
Clopeea There's haraly a business that could erne here as the successor to Mr. Pol-'>Borras, her husband, Susan Bergin: STREET." Approved .May 11, 1906. Passed May 9, 1906.
% Shrank not use these small ads. with profit lock. I i and Daniel CHAS. Approved May 10, 1906.
| Bergin, her husband, Louis I "Twenty-fifth Street" to "FIS HE R H. BLISS,
One inch
day is better, rule I
Qoirtcr every as a I Bauer and Julia Bauer, his wife, Dora STREET." Attest: Mayor. CHAS. H. BLI-
SizeARROWS than spurts of larger space only once Sore Nipples. !f Cardinas and Joseph Cardinas, her:I C. E. MERRITT. Clerk. Attest: ai!-. :
"Twenty-sixth Street" to "YOXGESTREET.
or twice a w.eek. Make ads distinctive
your C. E
A cure may-be effected by applying; husband, Josephine Yelverton and' ." MERRITT
so that people will see at a Chamberlain's Salve as soon the AN ORDIANCE \ Clerk.
as )
Roy Yelverton TO
her husband, Beulali INCREASE
glance do that it is your ad. This you child is done nursing.: Wipe It oft t Bauer Willie Bauer Nettle Bauer,:I STREET.'TwentyseventhStreet"" to "BAARS: THE BOND OF THE CITY TREAsURER.
can by type border effects. It
I ,13 Cents eaeh. 2 for 25 Cents would pay a merchant to buy have with a soft cloth before allowing the s John Bauer and Lorena Bauer. On! "Twenty-eighth Street" to YES NOTICE FOR PUBLICATION
.QLUETT. PEABODY CO. the publisher: by a different font of child to nurse. Many trained nurses Monday, the 4th day of June A. D., STREET." I Be it Ordained" by the Mayor and Department of the Interio. i
Jlotert / CTMf and Jfmareh 81tirU. use this salve with the best results.: !' 1906 Council of the
the City
type from any other In the paper, and defendant, Dora Cardinas,: "Twenty-ninth :Street" to "ANDER of Pensacola: Office at Gainesville, Fla.. i'!
'. Price 25 cents per box. Sold by all I.iIs;i required to to the bill filed! I SECTION 1. That the .
have your 'ads set. up in this type.( appear SON STREET. City Treasurer 1906. Notice Is hereby given '
Your ads, this I I druggists. I against her herein. This order to be "Thirteenth Street" be and he is hereby required to .
set! UP in type :\1 to "MAURA I following named settler ha* .
different,appearance and it will prove: ,' I published once each week for four consecutive .I STREET. I furnish a bond in the sum of Fifteen lice of his intention to ni : .
a good investment for you. I CONDITION OF MRS. DAVIS weeks In The Pensacola Joiir-,I "Eighth Avenue" and "Ceyalls os Thousand Dollars in addition 'to the proof In support of hi- ,

,' Where two to'four inches are use a,I I GREATLY.. IMPROVED> nal, a newspaper published in said E Street," from City limits on the North I bond required of him by existing Ordinances I. and that said proof will bo '

The "Reason Why"Peoplo 'it will pay- the advertiser to .have a l cambia County. A, M. McMillan,!I to 'the City limits on the South, to in such form.and with such fore Clerk Circuit Court ,- '

line cut made to illustrate ;his ad-! By Associated Press. Clerk Circuit Court. By L. G. A)'-! 'CCEV AL'WS STREET." I sureties as may be approved by this cola, TIa., on May 28, 1906. '> '. "

often speak to us something after the style of Roger New York, May 18. 'An encouragingcondition mard, D. C. Pensacola, Fla., May 4th, "Seventh Avenue" from "Wright I Council, subject to laws and ordij I. Wilson, widow of David \\ \; '

about the popularity of our place Peet ads. In this case it would be well 1 I of Mrs. Jefferson Davis was 1906. 5mayoaw4w.f' Street" to the City limts on the North]j nances relating to 'bonds of officials of deceased, of Roberts, F ; 1.

and the steady "come-back" to employ the chatty style of ads. I!I reported by her physicians ,today.. (Seal) to "SAN CARLOS STREET." I tile City of Pensacola. i iSECTION I' 36546, for the NE V4 ui: x"of .+
habit of person who comes Small) space pays when care and I 2. That all ..
every I "Sixth Avenue" from "Wright ordinances Section 36, Tp. 1 N., R. '; ""
here the first time. This Is but thought is put Into the preparation oil; f' In Escambia County Circuit Court 'Street" to the City limits on the North and parts 'o! ordinances in conflict names the following i wi',,,' J

the .natural result of our meth. the copy: just as large ->ace is madeto Craving: for, Drink Destroyed.The State of Florida. In Chancery. An'nie to' "CORDOVA: STREET." I herewith be and the sane are hereby j prove his continuous resi'n : f1

ods .of doing business-us'.ng pay in the sameway.SWEETHEARTS' best aid to temperanca is something -, Thorsen vs. The unknown heirs "Twentieth Avenue" shall extend repealed. j!land cultivation of sad iau*.

the very best .materials that can that will strengthen the drunk. of John McCree ani against all pa r- frem the City limits .on the South I to I SECTION:: That this ordinance'shall R. Bowman, of Muscogee, 1 I'

be had to make our sodas and QUARREL ard's wrecked nervous system and ties claiming an interest in the West the' Intersection of "BOND STREET"on I take effect immediately upon its Jackson, of Roberts, Fla.; T ; ,
The natural result is RESULTS FATALLY TO ONE 1 cure his unnatural for drip 43 feet of passage and approval '
creams. craving 1k. Arpent lot 57, Old City of the North. of Cantonment, Fla., R. E f if I "
i 'a rich cream of velvety smooth. By Associated Press. 1!]! We believe that any man who really: Pensa ola. On Monday, the 25th day -"Oak Street" between "Escambre is Passed ,May S tho 1906. Cantonment Fla. W. <; H" ,
'ness'and delicious flavor and ,Boston, May Q8.- cool, sparkling soda that's fit today of a reunion! of the Cambridge\ cure himself by using Ornne. .required to appear to the bill "PALM STREET.: CHAS. H. BLISS,

for the gods. Cream furnishedin commercial school graduates, GeorgeM. This remarkable discovery nas made against them herein. This fileI3: "Maxent Street" from the City limits Attest: Mayo: NOTICE.

quantities for dinners enter- deWolfe, aged 18, fired a shot at: so many cured among our customers be published once each week for on the South to the City limits on I C. .E. 'MERRITT, Clerk.. Notice Is ':. "
tainments, picnics, etc.COFFEE Lillian TI1orough' od, aged 17, and[, that we are glad to -selll; it under an twelve (12 consecutive weeks In The the North to "E" Street. ,I hereby given tJ: :" ..

then shot himself in the head.Dc( absolute 'guarantee; .to'refund the money Pensacola Journal, a newspaper published '"Palma Street from City limits oni.': An Ordinance to' EXtend the Fire dersigned owners of the fol 0.\ \'

Wolfe died an hour later A locket:* if it does not cure. i In said Escambia County. A. the ,outh to the City limits on the'I Limits of the City .of Pensacola sets will not be responsibif ',

worn by the girl saved her from being[ :I: It is in two forms; 'No., 1 that canbe M. McMillan, Clerk Circuit Court, by North to "C? Street. Be It Ordained by the Mayor and debts contracted in the naT '

Hot Biscuits and Rolls every injured, although'her: clothing was seton given secretly, and N'>. 2 far those L. G. Aymard, D. C. Pensacola, Fla., "Jorda Street" from the City limits I Council of the City of Pensacola: vessels unless first au'ao/: ;' ),

morning at o'clock.. fire. The' two had quarreled. who wish to be cured. It is not only r.Feb.]'I 22, 1906. 24feboawl2wks. on the South to the City limits. the I Section 1. That the Fire Limits written order "I ..? ;.8
of the City signed by u.s.
knownj'but of Pensacola
the most reliable treatment T t North to "B" STREET"es shall be ex -
Warm Weather in New York it is also the' most economical asj| An Ordinance to change the .Ham '"OlivaStreet" from the City limitson tended as follows' ; Cpmmencing at a notice refers to the followin-:: ', -" ".

I 'New York May .-S.-."\'ew Yorkers its\costs only $1,00 a' cox and there is of certain streets and public ways In the South to the City limits on tie point In the center, qt Tarragona Schooner Althea Franklin. <' <. i*' .,.'
Kitchen had a touch of midsummer weather I no.. detention from the usual duties'. the City! of Pensacola. North to "OLJVA STREET." street 150 feet .from ,the North line Colt-Mary L. Harty, Amy \C''"'i: ;:

: ,Kandy Cafe. yesterday. The mercury ,ranged b o-1 while if a cure is not effected, there: : Be it Ordained by the Mayor and "SheffieldStreet to "F. ST03EET'i ." of Wright Street; Thence-North along ma Jane Osceola, Ariola, F'F.o! :> --
I tween' 60 and 80( degrees, reaching the is whatever. the center Tarragona Street to the :Margery Silas Stearns An! ; j. H
i Mail orders Council of the City of Pensacola "Birmingham Street" 'to MH.STREET. 1 p'
i ;
I latter mark 2 A ; I center of Belmont-Stieet; ,'at: Its intersection cyan William H. Warren, < ''I.-<*
104 S, Palafox. Phone 999 at p. m; : case of heat filled' R'he-'dirinW9siiin;as.-* Section 1. The following changesin ;
prostration.,was, reported from Bellevue D. C., or White's Pharmacy 106 S. the "AnnIston' with Tarragona Street; Thence Sewell, Isabelle.
names of streets and Street"'to '
thorough-j 1- "i. STtt L' West along tee- -center *
t of Belmont WARREN FISH CO.MPA -
last night. Palafox
: St. Pensacola. I
'J l as
they now appear on Section 2. That the following Street to a point 200 feet West of the Pensacola, May llth.'i Hl\Jti.

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T THE[ METHODIST[ T Tn PREsBYTEnis[ :'The Best. -is .WfaaUWe- --::. UINTlffS { fH K Kf >> 1 o 1 ji 'jyyyyy;g.- .I:': :; : I'

1Y PHOPE1TTPalafox n R [NJ f N NOVEL[t : Ch8te I t 'lI -: Self'i H f FOR HEW r WE ARE ADDING ; ''i ;



... ,- J ".COllr: have recently an elegant line of rwWe j jMen's = : .

,. Street Church Ol SOS e : Two Aged Texas Members' .Bring Aycock Brothers Lumber Com i.

of Corner and Edificefor Tears to Eyes of Vast. I pany Sued for. rone Hundred large line of White Duck Coats, for .' '

4500000. sembiy b.By i ., Carne i I I Thousand ell ors, Barbers, Butlers, Bar Tenders andfsJ tr ., ;

Base Oalll X _____ '

The property of the Palafox lletho Associated Press. I Waiters. rt.t. { .

dist church, corner,of ,Garden and Greenville, S. C., May 18. When thee I LITIGATION IS RESULT OF BURNING V ,;
Palafox streets, has been sold to th Southern Presbyterian: general asesm-C A Mexican dish made of meatsMexican .
OF PRISONERS IN COM line of Men's ,:; !
Today the Bank Clerks Pensacola Investment Company the bly met this morning, Moderator Al-I :I II By express to-: aY a g .
Beans Chili
-and -
consideration stipulated being 15,000., ien G. Hall, announced the m. mbE'r- pep PANY'S STOCKADE. LAST OCTOBER -I
play the High School The property fronts 96 feet on Pala. ship and chairmanship of nineteen I I I pers. Try a can for supperI I Blue Striped Cheviot Suits, a good value i .j i i :
Electric fox street by 100 feet on Garden and 1 standing committees; also the committees -GUARDS ACRE' SEVERELY
team at is the site at present on which the in charge of the synodical some evening and you will like CRITICISED AS INEFFICIENT for $3.50. L.

Park. church edifice is situated.As records of the thirteen southern it- 5i

is well known a deal was recently states included in the southern church. Cans.. .. ..0 .. .. .lOc AND INTEMPERATE. JOO Misses' and Children'sPatent
The Small : pair i 1
If you are to be a part of the consummated by which the church feature of"the morning session J # :

audience, dress: the part-be a secured the Blount and old LaBa] was the introduction of Rev. and Mrs. Large Cans. .. .. .. ....15cROSENAU&GERELDS

credit to yourself by wearingone properties: on East Wright: street. Augustus Johnson, of Dallas Texas, .Suits aggregating $100,000 were filed Leather Pumps.We j :
of our outing suits. The proposed new church will be aged i8> and 81, years, respectively, in the United States court yesterday
I Here are suits 510.00 to 25.00 erected on East Wright I street who are here as the 'guests of tha I -
against the Aycock Bros. Lumber Co. extend cordial /
that are made right and, fit guar It is a well known fact that the property Dallas Presbyter They sang with- i T he litigation! is the result of the burning I I to you a invitation
anteed. secured by the Pensacola Invest- out accompaniment, "We Shall Know," I of the stockade at the mill of the
ment Company is considered-among and the scene brought tears to all company in Jackson county, October to call and see them. ;
I the most valuable of Pensacola dirt eyes. The moderator led in a beautiful l 7, 190.5. i t .
The site is an ideal one for a hotel 01 prayer for the aged couple. Mr. The plaintiffs are Jerry Lee Hodgesby ,
business house, and doubtless eithei], Johnson was ordained in South Carolina her next friend George Thomas,
The Grocers
Fancy .
s one of the structures will be erected 71 years ago and is still preach. and Narcissa Calhoun and Neeta Rob- ; '
=_ The plan at present:is for the Pala_ ing in Texas. inson. Each plaintiff sues for $25,000 :

fox Methodist church to occupy the After, the presentation of'several re Phone 391. Pensacola.CLfcRKS damages, alleging the death of relatives WatsonParker6ReeseCoSuccessors
property until the new church Is completed ports. of committees the assembly J by the negligence of the defendants
or the property is sold, when:L took a recess until afternoon. o.- ] I .
it will be necessary, to madeway for Ministerial Education and,Relief.. John Bryant filed suit against the to Green & Watson.
the new owner or'owners. The: report-of: the Executive .Committee said company'fot $25,000-alleging that ;;j
COTTRELL, of Ministerial Education and i DECIDE' be was a county convict under the
33 and 35 South Palafox Street.
FINE PHOTOGRAPHS. Sciatica Cured After Twenty Yean I Relief was in part as follows: care and protection of the defendants,
of Torture. During the year we received from and that through negligence of the
For more than twenty years Mr. J.. all sources for ministerial education company and the intemperate guards, MAIL ORDERS SOLICITED.When '

DIAMONDSSomething B. Massey, of 3322 Clinton St., Minneapolis : $27,432, as against $19,'91.the previous that he was manacled ana' tied in a __ '
Minn., was tortured by sciati. year; for ministerial relief 125,753 as stockade which burned October 7, '3' "zrnf3.JIlt o
Neat and New In ThemW. ca. The pain and suffering which he! against 122,501 last year; and for the' JUNE 1, DESIGNATED AS 1905. He avers that one of his legs

A. Gahlenbeck, 218 S. Palafox SL i endured during this time is beyond I Endowment Fund of Ministerial Relief ; THE ''DAY WHEN PLEASURE was injured to such an extent by being
. I comprehension. Nothing gave him L J34.717, as against $3,9-27 last year burned by fire that amputation was
to his life, further
TURTON & BELL. any permanent relief until he used I This makes a gain in receipts over, SHOULD PREDOMINATE recessary save !
avers that he is maimed and crippled
PHOTOGRAPHERS SINCE 1870. Chamberlain's Pain Balm. One appli. last year of $7,441 for education, $3- for life. You Write Write Wright
cation of that liniment relieved the 257 for relief and $30,789 for the endowment .I The members of the Clerks' Benev- .
Kodak Supplies. Finishing for Amateurs.R. In some respects the allegations We not schoolmasters in penmanship-our end of it is to
pain and made sleep and rest possible, fund. olent Association held an enthusiastic are sup-
contained sensa:
in the petition are :
Your committee would call ply stationery: of the kind that will accredit you with your social
and less than one bottle has effected again meeting Thursday evening and great tional. It is alleged that the defend.
K. WHITE, a permanent cure. If troubled with the attention of the assembly to tha interest was manifested. One of the I ants failed to provide safe and efficient friends, or will prove that you know what's what with men engagedin

Watchmaker Manufacturing Jeweler and Graduate sciatica or rheumatism why not try r need for laborers in the 'great harvest principal topics that demanded atten-I means for the protection of the commercial business. Our prices will prove a revelation.Cae's .

Optician.30 S. Palalox Street. Pensacola. Fla. a 25-cent bottle of Pain Balm and sec fields of the world. There has been tion was the question of 'a picnic. After prisoners confined in the stockads.
. for yourself how quickly it relieves an increase of possibly 20 candidatesover discussing the matter it was decided -I The further allegation is mane that Bookstore.Pholle .

the pain. For sale by all druggists. last year. More than 190 by a unanimous vote to give a sober and competent guards were not 235. 213 South Palalox Street, Pen colaGraceful
Tersely Told churches in the general assembly, picnic Friday, June 1, the anniversaryof employed, and that through their culpable -
which are able to support a pastor,' the first day of the early closing negligence and carelessness
WEST FLORIDA are now vacant. The rapid development ; movement, and further for the mutual prhwIlP.rswere allowed to suffer in- ,

M. H. Gilreath, representing the AtJanta of the south has started a stream' benefit of the association and Pensa juries from burns which caused their NNNNNNNNN/NNNN/N/NNN/NN.NN/NN

Journal, Is in the city for a few HAS SHEEP KINGHE of immigration into our hands.. From cola.The deaths and maimed and crippled
days. .five to eght:: millions of the .negro I proceeds derived from the picnic others for life. .
--F race are crying unto us'-for light By will be used in defraying the expenses Another Damage Suit
The Calwell H. Colt, of Warren & an agreement of the evangelttalchurches incidental to a comic parade In the federal court F. W. Haward of Parlor Pieces.
Co.'s fleet, arrived yesterday with a OWNS 8,000 HEAD AND THEJR 23.000,000 soui} in the during MardI Gras. The frolic gather. Jacksonville has instituted suit for' T

good catch. RANGE COVERS heathen world have been committed: Ing promises'to be a great event, and $5,000 damages against Powell & Mc
Mrs. P. D. Henderson and daughter to our care. During the'past year at the popular clerks w1"!! provide for Lean. The allegation: is mada that the Our parlor furniture stands in a class to itself-substantial I

Miss Agnes Whiting are expected to I COUNTIES' least 38 of our pastors have died,! the pleasure and comfort", of all who I defendants trespassed on the propertyof stylish and handsomely furnished. And these features .
while from all of our theological semInaries demanded land .
return home Sunday. attend. the plaintiff and < the are especially noticeable in our less expensive :!
The Florala News says: Several I there will be graduated this: in the sum of $5,000.Officials I j pieces, and you can buy it with, the positive assurance .
The smack Caviare of Saunders & days ago a deal was consummated I year only 46 men, It Is Dangerous to Neglect a Cold. Have Returned.
jf .., that it is reliable throughout no matter how little or how-
Co.'s fleet arrived yesterday with a wherein Messrs. H. A. Hughes, 'of Omitting: the.candidates ;#ho .have How often do we hear" it.remarked: United States' Judge ,Charles 2. much you pay for it. i
catch of 2.000 snappers. ilorala' and Lee Williams, of Natural l become licentiates and those' who have "It's only a cold," and a few days later Swayne Marshal Tom McGourin, e / .

Miss Kappa of Louisville Is bridge, purchased what are known as been dropped from the roll, there: are learn that the man is on his back Clerk March, District Attorney Sheppard i
Mary the J. "M. Chance sheep. This immense now 332 candidates in various stages with pneumonia. This is of such and Deputy Marshal Wolf have Vudor Porch Shades and
the of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kleinon lOur|
North guest street. flock o. sheep of about 8,000 I of preparation for the ministry. Of common occurrence that! a cold, how I returned from Tallahassee where a ; Ii
Spring tead range in five counties, Covington these 295 are under the care of the should be session of the federal court was held
ever slight not disregarded. -
Miss Felicita Marasso has returned land/ Geneva countlss, Ala., and in various Presbyteries; .124-""are in the Chamberlain's Cough Remedy during the present week. Vudor Chair Hammocks i

home from a visit to friends in Gulf- Walton Washington and Calhouncounties I seminary, 156 in college, 22 in schools i counteracts any tendency of a cold to Municipal Court. i
port and Mobile. Miss Agastine Ma. Fla. At the same time the!, and academies, while 30. are for the result in pneumonia, and has gainedits Judge Laney had a bunch of drunks
rasso will remain Mobile for some purchasers secured about 60 heau of present! at work. Of the 332 candidates great oppular'.ty and extensivesale and aowns to dispense justice to yesterday Y ,make comfortable living for you and virtually makes another

time the guest of friends. Florida range cattle from Mr. Ohaacs. 195 are receiving air from the by its prompt cures of this most morning, together with a i room of your gallery. Shades $3.50 to '6.00, hung ,'
Church The cash consideration for both sheep I assembly's committee; 85 are in theo common ailment. It always cures couple of dangerous and suspIcious free. Chair Hammocks '3.50.
Christ Sunday school will
and cattle
was $15,000 logical seminaries and 110 in col characters who were turned over to
are is pleasant to take. For sale by
picnic at Electric Park, (Balmetto Since making the above deal, Mr. lege. the county. Fifteen dollars and costs
Beach). Not at Magnolia Bluff as an- Hughes has bought the T. J. Williams Interest in the work of ministerial all druggists. were assessed. I
nounced on the "People and Events" sheep. These two holdings, together i
relief has been quickened the &
page Friday, but leaving the Terminal with those he already owned, make,' assembly. Contributions entire SECOND PRIMARY MARSTON QUINA,
station this mornin'g on the 10 o'clock Mr. Hughes the largest individual were re-
car sheep owner in South Alabama or ceived of 93 contributing from 1703 churches churches: an increase it 108/110 S. Palafox St. Phone 148 Pensacola, Fla. i
over last
West Florida and after shearing will IS NECESSARY
place large amoont of wool the year. This, however, leaves 1426 ;
a .
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Have tried Blue Ribbon Lemonor .
you market. churches from which no assistancewas I ...

Vanilla? Absolutely pure, goes rendered. We have on our roll of (Continued from First Page) Fresh -' --'- ,-
twice as far as other kinds, and the beneficiaries' 31 ministers, 125 widows
flavor is perfection. and 13 orphans, and in these homes lots last Tuesday is told as far as --- I

J are 69 little fatherless children under who is nominated.The I I

Given up to Die. 14 years_of age. Second Primary. E I BLUFF SPRI GSl: ..
The date of the second primary is
B. Spiegel 1204 N. Virginia St., : ,. .
Not June 12 and the same rules that SWISS
if as Rich as Rockefeller. gov-
Evansville, Ind., writes: "For over special to Tho Journal-
If you had all the weath of Rockefeller erned the initial primary will rule In
five I was troubled with .
kidneyand 18. Since
years Bluff Springs, May my
the Standard Oil magnate, the second. IChas. M. Coston, M. O. PATENT APPLIED FOR
bladder affections which you
caused had
I have occasion
me much pain and worry. I lost fles'aand 1b could not buy a better medicine for Baggett, George T. :Morgan and M. last entire At all Druggists.
to drive over the county
bowel complaint than Chamberlain'sColic I Jacoby are entitled to be the can. MUS-QUIT-U MFG. CO.,
was all run down, and a year ago road from Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy.The .i didates for the legislature as the quar- Jacksonville, Fla.
had work
to abandon entirely. I had
CHEESE is great improvement on the old, .'
most eminent physician tette received the highest: number of a .,
ran not
three of the best physicians who did
zigzag public road we used to have. 1 I s
me no good and I was practically given prescribe a better preparation for Colic -I votes. find it a most excellent road except PIANOS WITH PRESTIGE.You t i ';
and diarrhoea, both lor cHildren The county commissioner fight in I..
to die. Foley's Kidney Cure
up deep sand to pull will find our pianos are instruments I
there some very
and adults. The uniform District 4 is the other only fight of
I ;
the success of
recommended and first bottle a
was are far that give the most perfect sat-
through and watering places
this remedy has shown it to be the last primary wherein .here i is: a
gave me great relief, and after takingthe su isfaction in every feature. They are
35c lb. between.
I perior to all others. It never fails, chance for a second contest. Mr
second bottle was entirely cur- The farmers are putting in good pianos that have attained the highest
el" For sale by W. A. D'Alemberte. and when reduced with water tnd Clopton and Mr. Wiggins are entitledto time this dry weather killing all their prestige among artists and musical
Things fore sweetened, is pleasant to take. Every run. pussley and getting their circles simply on the 'basis of merit
should be grass and
family supplied with it Mew Executive Committee.The
Good Results. 2 cotton chopped. We had one rain in You are invited to call and try themthey're -
Brought Sold by all druggistSUMMARY; following is the personnel of the This cheese is strictlythe
to buy and to
The Journal is in receipt of a letterfnclosin' April and only one so far in May. An easy easy pay
new county executive com article and .
imported for. Ask how
: us easy.CLUTTER
CountryHouse but are
extremely dry season crops
ad. for the Mountain
,; an mittee, which 'body will rule affairs I
View OF is the best to be had looking well. The bugs have cleanedup MUSIC HOUSE,
Hotel, of Clarkesville, Ga., in for the next two years: Frank Reilly, very Pensacola, Florida.
which tie proprietors refer to an ad. chairman; A. H. D'Alemberte. secretary in the world.A the Irish potatoes. Some sprayed
carried by The Journal for them last THE WEATHERThe with the following members: i of with Paris green and some with borax
lumpier., The letter states that last Archie Benton, Wm. Archer, H. T. new consignment but the buss are still in evidence.

year's ad. brought them in some returns g J Furnishings for the suburban Russell, A. C. Tippin, A. H. Halley, C. There was residence an Ice cream of Judge supper G.last M. Marine Grocery Co.
This year's ad. may be found maximum temperature reached H. Jackson, M. T. }lc4 rl1lan Oliver Morrill's night at the
en The Journal's want page, under or country house, are not overlooked 86 degrees yesterday being the highest White, N. J. Brewton, J F. R'giby: ; W. Gentry for the benefit of the Baptist Society
the head of "hotels." Every hotel In recorded this year. The highest temperature Williams, M. A. Trouart, Jr., F. B. church, given by the Ladies' Aid 604, 606, 608. 610 S. Palafox St. ,
this territory should be represented nor their importance As- reached last May was 88 de Ratcliff, James McHugh, W. A. Dun- which -was quite a success. The Phone 723. i
bo and
in this column. The tra\"ellngpubUc counted by this estabGshmenL grees. ham, W. B. Hulbbard, H., C. Clopton, Sugar-Cured house and yard were full of themselves.The s .
and pleasure seekers depend on such The minimum temperature yester. M.' 0. Baggett.. J. Fillingim, Sr., ;girls bent on enjoying V. J. VIDAL, Manager.We .
advertisements in deciding where to lose day was 69 degrees at 5 a. m. Mack McCurdy, W. H. Mayo, J. H. receipts were quite satisfactoryand
to and where to stt>P. fJ J We no oprwrtuniry to Observer Reed in his summary of Trammell, Jr, H. C. Killam. the best of order attendance prevailed will sell for ten days at leas ....
annex to our display anything the weather yesterday said: Shoulders, throughout Those in than cost:
Conditions have become somewhat ranged in age from the Confederate No. 2 Mackerel, 2 for 15c. )
EVANGELIST IS AT kindred to our general stock unsettled; the pressure is low over the SUN AND SNOW. I veterans down to the! wee little fel- Smoked Halibut (very fine) 19e

THE CHURCH OF CHRIST lake region, in the Rio Grande valley, I Hams and lows that are always in evidence at per pound.
that may be used in the house and on the north Pacific coast. Thera Sometimes Help the Hair to Go. gatherings in Florida. Blood Red Salmon, lOc per Ib.

The evangelist at Church of Christ, without the city lines. have been scattered showers since 7 In any changeable climate the hairis The primary is now a thing of the Holland Herring (In kits) 60c per
corner Jackson and Alcaniz Is drawS p. m. Thursday on the north Pacific apt to become brittle and to break past and the farmers are glad of it

I: large crowds and great interest call coast, In Texas, the Mississippi valley, off stubby hers and there. This makesa Bacon and some of the candidates also. The kit.Kaiser Herring (In tins) 45c per
being:; manifested in his work. The q Just now we particular the upper Mississippi valley, upper hairdressing almost a necessity, especially I candidates have not 'given the farmers I tin.

Public is invited to attend all meet. attention to the new Spring lake region, and in the north and to ladies. In using a hair much trouble this year. They contented Salacine Sausage (imported) 25o
fags. south Atlantic coast districts; thunderstorms dressing why not get the best, one that themselves by gong! to the lit per pound. .
styles in! Toilet Sets of'all grades were quite general from combines with it the efficiency in kill- tle burgs and cross roads so the peo- We have a fresh' stock of Imported
COLLINS AND PONSPURCHASE northern Missouri to upper Michiganand ing the dandruff germ, the germ that', ple have not been worried by them Maccaroni, Spagetti, Italian Tomato
and some dainty things in Good heavy rain occurred at Kansas eats the hair off at the roots, causing and I hope in consequence they have Paste, Greek Black Olives, Artichokes
BARBER SHOP Sets all of which 'haven City. what is called falling bair and in time Sol Calm & Go done some Intelligent voting and elect- Navy Bread. Pilot Bread. Italian Hard
Night ,
Temperatures baldness. Newbro'a Herpicide Is that
were unusually high I ed the best men.I Tack, Boston Brown Bread, French
at 7 o'clock this morning from Virginia 'kind of a hair dressing. You have fear the failure. As Russian
opened. peaches are a Bread Caviar and imported
Fla., May 14, 1906. just
and ,southern Pennsylvania DO'Idea how delightful your scalp will The Pure Food Store, they begin to ripen they drop off. May French and Italian Sweet Oils.
We have this day sold to Boos Pons northeastward to New Hampshire feel, and how stylish your hair will full of
do better later. We carry the only line Fran
and it wag as warm as over Florida. appear, an or cis Leggett's and Dodson and BrownM
wnnerly owned by Bauer & Matthews Frosts with temperatures close to Berpiclde. It is certainly a wonderful Southwest Corner Palafox and lotendencia Christ Church Picnic Today canned goods In the city. Gulf CityCoffee ; ,

\hCh: we purchased May 1st. freezing are reported again from ,Ne Innovation as a scalp antiseptic and The annual picnic of Christ Church Co.'s "Oaxaca" Gold Standard: ,

SOLOMON: FURNITURE) CO. 107 OUTH PAIjWOXPENSACOLA.tTUltT vada" and Wyoming. .I hair dressing. For sale by W. A. Phones {1480 Sunday school will be held at Electric Daybreak, Diamond Blend and Golden .,,
We. the 1n4 ca.t1on8 are for partly cloudy D'Alemberte, druggist 'and apothecary,
undersigned, are continuing
Park (Palmetto Beach), today. Car Rio Coffee for sale. They are all *
to run this shop in first-class style weather with light variable winds to 121 South Palafox street or send lOc
station at 10 o'clocka. high/ and give perfect Batisfac JJJ J
will leave dummy.
'Ild prevail: over this vicinity tonight and in stamps'for sample to The Hsrpicide
appreciate callCOLLINS -
a .
& PONS. -' ----- -.--- "" F -- Saturday. I Co., Detroit, Mich. m., returning at 6 p. m. Uon. --.,

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known as yet although it is known / strong -Ayer's Sarsaparilla. Your

-- --- -- I that so- certain,ar the. Japanese of securing -L.P: doctor will tell':you why it I\as such power over weak nerves, why it makes
-- these'vessels that they have the blood rich.,.'and why it gives courage and strength. Ask him it it is nOt

4 DAILY. WEEKLY. SUNDAY. f FOR R CONTROLS L the lines all mapped out and will'in.agurate j just toe medicine you need. theformuJa We have no HCI1'8tal ohlllnl'Wa medi.'jnes publish I .Lo"..c.;.&r. ;:
I" ":the service" as soon as the ----S = =
PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY transfer"of the "vessels' is completed.The .
acquisition of/ these American ---
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...BY... steamers is a part of the scheme of the f
L' Patriotism.
J "
: The Higher Grand Annual
P PACIFIC great Anglo-Japanese combine recently c y Ballby
i I THE JOURNAL COMPANY. launched with. a capital of forty million General Frederick D Grant's proposition

t.: S :yen. that the one hundredth, anniversary the
I "- : L. 1. fflf r1 f flI The sailing vessels of Arthur Se- I of the birth of Robert E.

f I .,' '_ FRANK L, MAYES, President and General Manager. wall tteir&lat Co.,voyages of Bath on Maine the ara Pacific.now on A Lee, Jan. 19,1907' be celebrated as :'. Army and Navy Union, Palmetto

! -- ----.- -uru.nxu-- If Successful Would Place this numb will be loaded with lumber at a national memorial day is notable

i MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. Seattle anal brought around the Hornio'Atlantic. for two things--it links again the Beach, May 22, 1906.

i ..' ,- S Country at Disadvantage'Relative ports after: : which they will names of two great commanders, Trains leaving Fort
-- --S S A Barran
W 5- be dismantld and usedas barges. K a-
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S SUBSCRIPTION''RATES. to Philippine Control. tew of the best, some of them now en foes in war, but friends in peace, !I 7:00 p. m.; train leaving bE'al'h t i' r

route from Hawaii with.sugar will be and it emphasizes the fact that Fort Barrancas at 12 o'clock, ana r .

; I One Year.S 00 One Month................. *5 placed in the coastwise trade. The Americans of today are looking to turning to Pensacola.

l Sir Mouths..2 50 One Week... ............. lf(> steamens of the American-Hawaiian the past only for inspiration for a ADMISSION 25c.
; Three Months. ... .. ....... 125. Weekly Edition, per ye ar.l 0( Washington D. a May .18.-Th. t, steamship line now sailing from Seattle Dis
Refreshments be
'; Japan Is be the coastwise higher patriotism.-Columbus | served.
: : striving to eliminate the will brought to

American flag from ths.Pacific Is an trade; unless they are. purchased by ,' A Hot Sore, Then. patch. _ --=
!! The Only Pensacoia Newspaper From Which a Detailed the Japanese.The Patient-Doctor what's the best thing
open secret ana'' the 'next sixty days rapidity with which the Japanese : for a cold sore? A Queer Will.!!

;t Circulation Statement Can Be Second. will probably determine:>> whether she .have moved ,in.. this, matter has Doctor Emdee to be(absently-Heat cold sore. it ThenIt I John Stewart McCaig, a Scotch BENEFIT CONCERT
cease a
:. --a- 7 JUUr will successful or not. No. faultis commanded the admiration of all commercial banker left practically all his estate -
r- Offices, 108 and 110 Eait Saloon Trains found with the Oriental Yankees for nations. Although having of UNDER THE AUSPICES OF
l I I Papers on cheap.labor for their .shfips and ship- I S consisting property producing -
; .Government. Phone 38. "" and at all News Stands. their persenranc in this direction for [ yar 's. the government has heavily nearly $15,000 a year and mov- Pensacoia Lodge,. Ho. 497
i i it has long been known by the shIp ,
...___ .....,.. ... ..., A r subsidized: both the yards and the ., ables worth $50i>OQ, for the erection -
;r'J. ling interests of the United States ships. In two months last year between of statues of himself and hi3 B. P. 0. Elks
that they were playing! their last thirty-live and forty were purchased ,
relatives and the, of artistic
ti -PBNSAOQLA: FLORIDA, SATURDAY MORNING, MAY 19. 1906 ftringand if not aided quickly the in England and in thirteen building AT THE LIBRARY HALL
: years the Japanese ,tonnage has risen towers on prominent parts of his
' ''''. scattered of '
>; S remnants our once power. from 180,000 to 950.000 the Nipponusen land. His sister contested his will, TUESDAY, MAY 22d,

;I' Primaries Are best work ever witnessed on that ful merchant marine, would 'pass. into \ Ka-'sha; fleet alone having 15 but the'Edinburgh court of sessions'! FOR THE BENEFIT OF

usually dry and conventional journal'But other hands. All things considered, yessels,aggregating'i 0,000 tons. The

: : Smashing the Machines. somebody will be calling it' yellow -Japan the coming nation of the Oitent: fleet of the Union of Steamship : has upheld it. I The Pearl Eagan ]Home.
Owners includes 171 vessels of 313.-
I if they do not have is the one which our ships on the Pacific
.: In speaking of the result in the recent care. should go and as some one is to GOO torn. In 1905 the Mitsu Bishi ADMISSION 50c.

! Tennessee primary for United ....""' get them Americans will feel pleased Dockyard and Engine Works at Na- : The Journal Printed

; f" States. senator and the part the "ma- that it Is to be the Janaaese. Of &as'ki' employed seven thousand men -

. l 1 in it the THE DRUNKARD course there is more. or less concernat i i throughout the year Consul Charles During April 1906
chine" in that state played : the Army and Navy Departmentsover L. Harris, at Nagasaki, has called the 'II DANCE AND SUPPER
.J Birmingh'am Age-Herald says: : ff' possibility' of trouble with"Japan attention of the Department of Commerce a Total of

,; i' ,The story of the times is becoming Ocala Banner some day over our Oriental policy or nd Labor'lo the fact that these S GIVES ITXDSR ACEPICEi OF
4 '. monotonous. The machines and the S over the Philippines.! In that case are 'thoroughly' progressive and up todate"
;I I down wherever ttr Japanhaving the would be and there. is>a chance: for Americans
bosses are 'going they ships we
' I ..to sell ,them large quantities of I Ladies of St. John's Episcopal dirt
[I I get up against the people. This change I at a a'jcided 1 disadvantage' ,for we ** 149.500r
! the for would have no to transport goods.. ? v* ;JS.
t |r is due wholly to primary, under'the way our i
Noble, big-hearted Joe Wall, judge One fact in :connection with the l (
tv- convention system the people I troops or supplies to the Philippines.: c4.1.-
of the sixth judicial circuit contributes abandonment cf,our merchant marineon
, However
i : were powerless. and the back-stairs many regard tb'is possibilitywith ;
'" Omnipotent. the the following tribute to the tragic satisfaction believing the Philip.pines the Pacific is'giving'the friends pj the sail loft, Monday evening :\:,'
Through the primary ,
and liown.
death of a man in Tampa while in a American shipping much, grim satis S
, t people are coming into their own, and state of intoxication, ,which does credit >: are a burden and the quicker faction. The American. Federation of Prospective Patient Tes. sir; when I go 21. Boat leaves Palafox whai! f a \ I
f that is all there is to it. Mr. Carmack Japan relieves us of them by purchaseor to work I ride up and down.
to hls heart. In this tribute to the Labor :was brought in line against the of
',. force th- better it will be for the Dr. Phil GraveThat's the cause of an Average
: deserved re-election. lIe is an excellent I ship subsidy bill by the Sailor's anILongshoremen's Admission 25c., Boat free.EXCURSION. .
unfortunate victim the nobler impulses -
fleet trouble.
she has already accumulated, and Stop riding.
, f:' senator, even a brilliant. one, but of the writer are shown in big the AmeIcan vessels which she is i Union of the Pacific I Prospective Patient-I couldn't work if Ididn't
.' he trusted to the Cox machine, and defeat Coast. (When Japan gets our ships sb'uator.
letters: I about to purchase, Japan will be able ride up and down. I run an *>

r became his portion. Tampa, Fla., May 11, 1906. to land her troopu and supplies in the shg will man them with Chinese and .. ', ,- .. .
i. And so it is everywhere. The primary -To the Editor of the Times: Philippines on short notice. 'As America Japanese and.the:members of the Unions

: i I affords the people the first Will you. kindly give me a hort will have no merchant ships on will be out of employment exceptin

'l i I chance they have had for smashing space in your columns to speak 'a he Pacific coast except those engagedin the coastwise trade. DAILY

: : word for the memory of my ,poor the coastwise trade this country
the political machines and rebuking SEVEN LIVES LOST IN I
! | friend Emanuel Silva, w&o met with will be seriously handicapped to say The following figures show The Pen-
.f the political bosses. This has been CAPSIZED TORPEDO BOAT 0 .
death last night. I the least.
such a tragic sacola Journal's circulation for each
i illustrated in Florida as well as else- only ask this because there. appearsin The possibility of such an.outcome TO
Port Said Egypt May 18. The British the'month of April, 190G,
day during
where. It means the death-knell toJ' :one of the morning papers an ao causing concern
of him throughout the country for many people torpedo boat No. 56 capsized off with the average number of copies MAY 28. 1906.
bossism in all parts .of the country. count which though probablytrue this port during the night Seven of ,
The primary still has its Imperfections in the main,.yet does not.do him think that if we have merchant the crew were orowned. i daily: :IFCrst and only chance to MS i' r)fJ.J i .
p f justice, due doubtless to the fact that marine we are less aksly to get in j'' lIT 'TIl1f 1'Ml April 1, 6,200 April 16, ... of interest on the. P. & A. R R.V: !
: { but it is a ]oug stride ahead for trouble abroad and will be compelled /' . 17
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the writer only knew the worst side {f' ,- o/f/ .> 1riIS April 2. April 5,900 leave on regular passenger Ira r p'J
: better politics and under it all reformswm of the man. Drunkard and social pariah to stay at home and mintf our own bUS.j First Use of Umbrellas. /, April 3, 5,850 April 18, 5,900 Monday morning :May 28, and ,, ''i 1'non

: I':.- be much easier to accomplish. though he may have' been I am Incas leaving other nationsto There can be little ''doubt that April 4, 5,900 April 19, 5,900 30. Fare for round trip to ia.I) : :.
, Manuel with us and do Carrying tra.d or umbrella I. April 5, 5,950 April 20, 5,900 River Junction .
not ashamed to call :Silva ray when ,fifst came into use na and $2 5ft
; The Journal has received a report friend, -because he was, and becauseI rot, as they please,. :SUll other\: would in England thet'were carried. only L AprIl \ 6, 5,950April 21, 5,900 Fare from Milton same as from I'aco1a. ':-

;b Of the" state board of health for 1905, knew the man well for years and appreciated prefer!! that the American merchant I I. I April 7, 6,000 April 22, 6,250 .
Of this
i flag should appear from the hngh seas by.women. we, the evidence ,
the sterling,qualities of the ''I I4t April 8, 6,600 April 23, ... For further information apply T..>
:; : 'a volume containing 272 pages and heart which beat beneath-his ragged rather than assistance should be given ,jof Guy 3fege{ .in his French t I II April 9, ... April 24, 5,800 ROBT. KING.

;;i; i filled with a wealth of statistics and to the, merchant marine, from the i dictionary, 1688, who has the sen ,I April 10, 5,900 April 25, 5,900
All )
United States
Treasury of the
;f information that are of exceptional coat.He was his own.worst- enemy. thffi regard with satisfaction: the J ten -/Dmbrelloa 'are only in 'useafrongst : 'I i1 f,1 April 11.' 5,900 April 26, 5,900

value. During the fifteen years of my acquaintance apparent! fallure-of' the friend:o? the woriien'v''Th New'Wbrld '. April 12, 5,900 April 27, 5,900 i
I _ _ with him the worst chargeI ? S. April 13, 5,850 April 28, 5,900 NOTICE'i
a thip ,subsidy bill to make, any progress of Words/ revised"; etc., by J. K. 29
14, 5,900 April 6,200
heard made : him April
ever against was
11'j i The Defeat ofii' his fortunate propensity for drink. shortly in adjourn the House.and, as Congress it is the inten- Philobibl, 1720( has, the remark, ." April 15, 6,250 April 30------ I The Woolley Sanatorium the only 1 r-

He was honest and reliable in all tion of the shipping,interests to abandon "Such as are here commonly us'dby Total for the month.. .. 149,500Average stitute in the United States where tiw

; ;f Senator E, W Carmack. his little business transactions. Whenbe the content. and either sell their women io ,shelter .them .from .' Opium, Cocaine and Whiskey har'->

made a promise be kept it religiously vessels or dismantle them in case the rain." Both mnbrello and umbrellaare Drawback. day. .. .. 5,980 can be cured without exposure, a' i
: j I The following is from The burnaFsversatile < in spirit as well as in letter, bill is not pass? at this session the given. Gay has the following Tattered Tom-AutomobiUn beats bl- per ,, with so much ease for the patient. On.-

:r I, contemporary, the Live Oak and he was always ready to work day fate of our merchant marine will soon allusion *: eyclln''ill right. Dere ain't no pedals or that the above 30 days' time required. Decent*
back aD'ndd. I certify
: aoth1 ta-work. You Just sits hereby
H i !Democrat: : and night for any one who had be. be determined.It your case and I will write you an

;R. 1! Our esteemed friend, The Pen cola friended him.Honest i; understood on high authority Good housewives, all the winter's rage despise Wry: Walter-Yep; but yer bat wrfcold statement records on is file correct in this according office.Sworn to the opinion as to what I can accompl

: Journal! gloats over the defeat of Senator in his business dealings, hat Japanese agents are now in the Defended by the riding hood's disguiseOr oo Ur de thins TOt yer steer wit. for you. Ask your family ph>siciao
; '- Carmack by Bob Taylor up in trueto his promises, and loyal to his United States completing the negotia- underneath th umbrella's oily shade to investigate. Dr. B. M. Woolle, 1"!

! [, Tennessee in a most unchristian way, friends; surely those attributes shouldbe tfons for our vessels on the Pacific. Safe through the. wet. on clinking pattens N. Pryor Street Atlanta, Ga.

: and its mildest reference to him is to suMcIent to palliate, if not to off- Consul General Wilbur of Singapore tread. ->
, I reports that the chairman of the boardof Let Persian dames th' umbrella's ribs display .
I describe him as a "swell-headed senator set, graver faults in the eyes of the bUon.
directors of the Toyo Kisen Kalsha
Omniscient Judge, than which NOW READYSedan's
::r I and an "impudent egotist. any are .To guard their beauties from the sunny X"
tha Japanese eteamship company, has
The merits of a man are not found I charged against the account of poor ray to and subscribed before me
old Manuel Silva. Peace to his ashes.J. been informed that the London ban- Or slaves the
;, In his- mannerisms nor guaged by kers of the company have succeeded in S sweating load support shady this 2d day of May, 1906.PERRY Bath House
;: them. The great Roscoe Conkling, placing the whole issue of bonds When eastern mOnarchs show their state DICKEN, Everything first-class and
I one ol the giants of his day in the senate -
smountvng to twenty million yen, In abroad. Notary Public
; was an insufferable egotist often C the London market., for the money nec- Britain in winter only knows its aid up-to-date.
't i i insolent and ct.lessstrutting.. S cessary to purchase the fleet now belonging To guard from. chilly show'rs the walking

: '_. turkey gobbler"-as Blaine called him. i OMEAWFULCRIMES '1 to the Pacific 'Mail Steamship ma.ld. *
bk. I, 11 209-18.
Ghas. Summer had such a case of IN WEST FLORIDA
Company and sailing under the American
# #
., habitual "swell-head": that his closest ----- flag. The bonds are for twenty For many years the carrying of an # PIANOS AND ORGANS. Star of the SeaMA.RKET

, party associates could hardly endure Live Oak Democrat.. .. ..* years and bar five. per cent intereet. umbrella was regarded as effemi- # CASH OR EASY TERMS. #I

him at times; and there are numerous IH They were floated' at 93. The Nippon nate. In theDraper's Dictionary it # All Piano Work Guaranteed. ;*
;, Instances not only in our public life Yusen Kafsha: another Japanese line, # CLUTTER & RUSHING #
, :::- but within the range of the personal is reported to have just concluded ,negotiations is stated: that when- men began to # 12 EAST GOVERNMENT ,ST. *

\': acquaintance of nearly every one. of No perfof the state has better people for the purchase of the new carry umbrellai,hey were hooted # PHONE 476. #

! : men abounding in fine qualities whose: or more of them in proportion to fteamers Dakota and Minnesota from and jeered at 1.is "Frenchmen. *i #

; : veneering of self esteem offeuds us by the whole number than West Florida tha Great Northern Steamship Company Notes and Queries.f # ******# ** ****## ROBT. L. EDMUNDSON.
i the implied depreciation of our own but it is unhappily true that that section and of the Shawmut tnd Tre- I

j; .. merits. !I is achieving an undesirable prominence mont from the Northern Pacific Steamship I

;:-. But it is the merest veneering after I for horrible murders, some of Company. It wau learned today The Advanced Backward. back- V ......... ............. 706 S. Palalox. Telephone 1295.
. all a surface fault-which does not them holocausts, and the'good people that the agents of the Japanese have! expression "advanced t. -

t; Impair'the value of the solid body of l there owe it to themselves and to the recently been in SL Paul negotiating ward" gained great currency just S

1 character beneath It. Carmack values -I cause 'civilization itself to put forth with: Mr. J. J. ''Hill. President of the after the rencounter on the floor of Awful. Cot Fresh Meats
Great Northern Railway Co., and that 'Stranger-I suppose you people In this I F. $ Mellen & ,
J himself highly and he makes no extraordinary efforts to
[ bring
!t'!. latter't to Justice lila terms of the purchase of the Dakota the United States senate between town,think you have the grandest climate Green Groceries
concealment of it; and in the ; the perpetrators of these crimes. Senator S. Foote of Mississippi In the country? ,
Minnesota have been practically Henry ,
t t- quality lies the chief difference betw'een -J I No one has yet been convicted of and :Man With a Cold-No; but we claim the : Handle Nothing I Poultry,
agreed upon. These are the lar. and Senator Thomas H. Ben-
him and most other public men the frightful butchery of Judge ChristmAS greatest variety., .
If' )I gest merchant vessels ever built in ton of 3Iissouri. In that famous Eggs-
i more approachable and conciliatory. his wife and child in Jackson their construction : But
tht3'! country. (For
I His "swell-head" is really a case of county, and now comes the appalling verbal duel, which almost culminated -
Hill built a shipyard in New London The Traveler's Tree.I -
;.t large head given him by nature to hold news of the slaughter near Milton of Conn. !Since they were launched in a bloody tragedy, one of the the island of Jamaica there is f THE VERY BESTS '
a large ,brain and his. "impudent ego-|i the old itinerant preacher Acremau iaie and Foote I Your
the yard has been practically senators-perhaps thoughthis Patronage is Respectfully
of and a tree that is greatly admired by all t S.
his wife
; tism" Is simply the aggressiveness and seven children by Hill future for the merchant .
Mr. sees no is recollectionbore
t a fighter who has had to win his .way)t[I some unknown monster whose identity &3 marine it will probably be dismantled a matter of visitors; hence its nametraveler'stree. .. of. Solicited.

Iby hare licks through, the turbulence|, is not even suspected.I down on Benton, when the hit. .
} ( when the vessels are sold. It is similar to the palm tree, Every'thlng. i
t : of Tennessee politics. ,I I Is awful to think of such crimes The Japanese also have' an' option ter drew his pistol, an old Allen, but in shape is like a fan. A :. -

! l We, 'would like to get The Journal going unpunished and that their perpetrators -on the steamers of the American fast commonly called, in those days a S ous feature of this tree is cnri.1 S .. Prompt Attention and the
;.,= right on Ed Carmack and.have its esteemed are at large to commit yeti line now plying between San Francis(0 pepper box and sometimes a [ ; -1 .
If; editor join with-us in wearing others perhaps equally as terrible and Australia. The earthquake has nest. Foote and afterwardin wasp ,plwnelike leaves sway and bend with i, Choicest Supplies are
: when the this stopped, : the and the rain. In : Clean, heavy clipped White f
;: :;: crepe for the untimely political downf' purpose shall enter their further crippled thebusiness of sun rainy
, I fall of a bg democratic senator whose, foul degenerate minds. Of course.. line already in difficulties and the detailing the occurrence he said weather the leaves bend almost to : oats. ; ; guaranteed*

,teDInent: merits were' ungrudgingly such hideous moral freaks in human latest information is that it will aban- that when "Mr. Benton pulled his the- ground, but in sunshine they : No. 2 White Corn, pure Bran J 4 i #

recognized on both sides of the sen. nature may do their work anywhereat : oon ths service.. Thf Japanese op. pepper box I advanced backward." raise themselves to their I and Shorts -
if' ate chamber in Washington. any unexpected time they are typiCal tion become effective: It is'understood Montague refers in his works to uprightand Chick Feed, consisting of 20 + ""'"

! We are willing to ,indulge in thet of no community or section, and if Congress adjourns without' passing "rowers who advanced backward." more graceful position. The articles for the, rapid and .
thefact that, their crimes have ia re.. the ship sub-idy bill. These steamers effect is very curious, for the leavesof healthy growth of the newly : "Rub-a-Dub-Dub!
: : crepe and flowers, but our contemporary cent months been committed in West are th2 fastest going. to Australia and this tree are immense. Any place hatched.. +
t .will, we trusts excuse us if with that country has more An Agile Marshal. Wheat and Mixed Feed for
wel1f' i I Florida is no reproach: to that part of cur trade of in Jamaica has one i Put Your Shirt in
I find It impossible to make the tears'the state. than doublea' since the service was S The whimsical Suvaroff, one of consequence the hen. t
S It fe understood that S the favorites pr more of these specimens, but it u Condition .Powders for horse
TUB- But it will be a reproach if there inaugurated. Empress Catherine's Tub"
1f''- shall be. any indifference in public. Japan will place ,them Inservice bet- on receiving the marshal's baton ordered necessary to travel there for a sighto : cow and poultry.Conkey's i a

1 sentiment lack of effort -ween Yokohama and England 'them, for they will not grow in Celebrated Poultry This 'ir
Florida newspaper! men generally or extraordinary I a "Te Deum" and commanded Is the old :1n z
Whether the Japanese .,.m conduct a other climate. : Remedies, roupe, cure, cholera .
;S s; I will regard the defeat of Dr. A. P. to' apprehend: the criminals and., line between San Francisco: and Australia a number of chairs to be placed any: : cure gape cure and lice killer. mothers used to sia* T: -

;.0>.:: Julian, candidate for representative bring what themto difficulties speedy may justice be, no in matter the or not is not ,known but it is in the center of the church, one for A Telling Retort. i If you live in town telephone i new song is

S Columbia! with I thought likely U I may do' so as5 thereis each officer his senior. He us. Hello Central
from county, a 'good way or what'cost'Jiust be incurred. appeared '
considerable'carrying trade between A young Irish lady one day entered t If in neighboring. .towns write
! deal of satisfaction. Julian Not 'only the pride of civilizationand in the sacred edifice arrayed in
I was re t these points and the United States will a'railway carriage where three to us. 110 Pleaseand
for the defeat of the state Abhorrence and indignation at the. have no line of its own. It h there- his pajamas or something less than seated. When i the "Star"* d;('s '!e
Englishmen the
crlII e'but'th instinct of self were
11'eponsIble press association's libel bill in the last preser fore thought probable that some of the their equivalent and proceeded to rest.The .
train had started and
vation should move every man in the by was about half i
steamers acquired
British tramp vault over these files of chairs taking -
! legislature.. county and counties surrounding : mile out of the station the three I
." the J.panese: lines will be overhauledand each in its ,due succession. It a F. S. MELLEN "& CO.f Star Steam
S i'l : where these' fearful deeds have been a monthly Service will be given between travelers began talking about the

}! Our' esteemed contemporary, the perpetrated to intense personal effort, Australia and San Francisco. was not until the conclusion of this Irish when one of them heard '

;! Congressional' Record furnishes some| to capture the guilty: parties and this,, The Minnesota ani Dakota will most performance that he donned 'the to the Irish was !Phone 334., : i Laundry.
: 'Why
: too, without the stimulus of a monlec to report from United uniform say, sleep iPfnsacola
j likely, according new and desired the horr?
these i
;itVerY spicy reading days. Editor.inchief -(. reward, for no one can tell but that States Consular officers, be placed in stricken with the the pigs. "Yes, interrupted the Fla. : ',7 & fiarOtn St. Phone 114-

if:::: ,Tillman and his able corps i his .time may come next as long as the South American-Japanese trade, office. clergy to proceed. young lady, "and travel with them = ::: : Pentacola.! Fla

i L of assistants ,are doing some of the such fiends! are at large. which Japan is strenuously cultivating too. .
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*eilzJicll '; ." Remarkable Feats 4 .

1 -11.1n With the Sword. .'

: Few exhibitions are more popular in '

: a. ) a i-1WIJ England: than those given from: time to '" I

';'f/ time by toe army sad nary, and such an :
; > the opportunities for athletic training presented

that soldiers and sailor give a ,. .
good account of themselves in nearlyevery

/ t tQj.' branch of athletics. The staff of
itt s '
f. e tYw 1I1ir Instructors who are responsible! for this }
state of affairs Include amongit their '

t. ,vat xct number some oarvcUoua men with records ., t
TV Ek E- l e ) In nearly every branch of gymnastic

cxerctiv, end some who have brought the
r rca .
( use of weapons of attack and defense to \ ;

science. Prominent among English army
.. % r
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r h. champions li Corporal Major Eggelton.

j 12rEi:7r rw; -' now fencing instructor of the Royal Horse .

L4zKr1y Zr ;' :: Guards In London, who van fairly lay

CI7yJLL'L9rrLz; rN lev claim! to be champion swordsman of the

British Army, and was Included In last s
.D196,5T. P ; 'eY 4 (
year's group of the various army cham

h t pions.
1.g d
.9 He la a man of splendid physique ,

xrrM x r standing 6 feet 3>4 Inches high, with a

". s.. 'Ii 7 4 r chest measurement of 43 Inches and turn
*v.?l'+: at vt
: ii\ "nor the scale at close 10 stone and
f i\ '$, 4-' ing on yet
_/.I\'J'tt; ,.,.:. .. f'. without being bulky in any particular.So .
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much for the man whose accomplishments -
shaken from Its tounda- and records are very remarkable.
I H done by repeated earthquakes .and He Joined the Army in 1800 and has a

J I afterwards swept clean by the fire display of trophies of which any one
might be proud Including no less than
fiend, and with thousands of its I populationdead
four medals for bayonet attack and defense -
beneath the ruins of wrecked and two medals! for saber attack and

burned buildings and millions of dollars' defense and three for expert use of the

worth of property destroyed-In fact com- foils. Apart from these be has a gold

pletely swept off the face of the earth by medal from Sydney given In appreciationof
the dual alamltleg which came without It "' tF ; :;; ... "f i.2VJ ." '- ., V his marvellous! swordsmanship In 1901
.iII1 r-- B _., ; -; fji when the Imperial and Indian Army teams
warning and paralyzed Its populatIon- >r.9' tF PT.1 ftl..9E'Ul1 I ,_ .. _. __, visited Australia. While fencing Instructor
San Francisco, the metropolis not only 47LYJ'QKDI ''''''' "_-:- : :::,::,, :. to the Royal Horse Guards his

of the Ciast, but of the entire Western ur.&EJnr.1".l I 12KET'Z 'Q'Wr"l1f'G.n 71JY.. ,1'Oft'XE display has been given before the King,
country Is today arisen not pboenlk-like the Prince of Wales, Prince and Princess

from amldt its rains, but American-like I Alexander of Teck and otter royal and

because of the Indomitable and never noble personages
Among Corporal Eggelton's! accomplishment
give-up spirit which characterized the
"496,," who established it as a permanent I to think of what meant the results of thIs are many astounding sword feats '
which demand such skill and judgment
dot on the great: map of the ter- new horror,. 'which began from nothingand .. miraculous!
sax: : that it seems nothing short of
restrial globe. spread with the speed of a dread contagion :(: / ... .? ..r :>., <: xr { N .' '.,' .' ,. ... that he has never made a slip In the performance

Where once chaos and pandemonium throughout the city. It was no v IG : of his masterpieces. A combination -

reigned supreme amidst the sickening time for thinking, and, had It been so ,) 4, : of strength skill, judgment and
there :': ." .' ?' .-. practice have enabled him to do
ruins of one of the world's greatest was none of the half million terror- .' '' .
r .. : seemingly Impossible things.! In the
cities today Is succeeded by calm judgment stricken souls wpo, would have been cap- .' ) some
there Is sham about the
place no
and reason. Temporary structures able of reasoning. The one thought and .' t}6'r.S ,./. weapons used, and the various blades

ire being raised over the spots where a the only thought that any person knew '{. ..' : which are wielded with such confidenceby

few days ago were naught but ruins and was that of self-preservation and Sight oxA :: & him are as keen as a razor.

desolation and In these temporary stray from nowhere to nowhere-only to get Whenever It la necessary to change the
tures will begin once more the task of away from where they stood, sat or reclined : rr sword which has been used it Is placed ;
carefully!! and tenderly aside because the ; .
building up a city of half a million souls, in peace tot a few second previ "
4 jar of putting It down heavily would t aterially -
and the announced
plans already by property '
Interfere with Its fine edgy Major .
owners, business men and business Had San Francisco been subjected to Y
Eggelton nurses and cares for his trusty .. -
organizations assure that the new San naught more than the earthquake shocks rr blades ai one would a child, for on the

Francisco will be greater grander and the loss of life would' have been less than quality of their cutting powers many of .

better ;than the old SanS Franellco. one-tenth of that which it really is and his feats are dependent Two comrades

When the first quaklngs began, at 5:15 the losses of property would bare been .Y in his regiment are his assistants, and ,

o'clock Wednesday morning April 13, equally as less. It was not the earthquake x one can scarcely admire their steady i"
which ruined 'San Francisco and nerVe and pluck less than the Major's 11.
buildings of great size, magnificent beauty t H)
of and f
arm They
unfailing: eye.
tad Immense cost-landmarks! and points wiped It off the map; ir was the fire fiend. S i
b F r display an amount of trust in their chief, r:
of beauty for the tourist and the source The flames were insatiable, and with the which is a good guarantee that be Is ex- f.;;

ef unconcealed pride by the citizens of freedom from Opposition by the fire department part In the extreme. However attractive ;

the old San Franclscbegan to topple, by reason .ot the ruined water : the Major's feats might be they would

crumble and fall Into a mass of ruins, system, they swept onward and every- _.. seem less remarkable but for these assistants

carrying with them not only the funeral where, cleanly and thoroughly devastating who stand calmly while the
......... ., ,. -. weapons play round their toads and necks,
bell to many fortunes, but the lives of everything in their pathway.For "'- = = T "- _.. "" -- -- ---<- --- -
;, slicing an apple here, severing a sheet
occupants io the extent of hundreds the four day these flames swept "lY.EJr l'JIcAPE.CQr..lZ11Z' ,., tdLZ .E.4.LN"rZZX m-T..Cr ffO.TELJEZX.4NP.l' JW'Trr r.ffLf.E.ly r of note paper there, until one Is bound

exact number of which will never be through the city-beginning in the down- to admire their sublime faith In human

known. town business district and proceeding nature. One may be excused! a sign of
With the crumbling of buildings, followed swiftly and unrestrained into, the residence relief when tbs cloven aoale falls from
almost Immediately the breaking district. the neck of a guardsman and bit bead
oat of fires in every quarter of the city. Tho flrevdepartment were real scenes in San Francisco.And peril and trying moments Gen. Fred Fun- that must elapse before they can be- I San Francisco. The business men bank remains firmly to his body for a false cut

Within a few minutes after tt.- first heroes. Although waterworks system in althis\ burning city, surrounded ston stood out in the mind's relief as the come &eU.supportlng'aaln. ers, merchants, laborers and citizens of would have meant Instant death.

shock the earth quaked again, and ere It bad been destroyed and rendered useless, and almost stifled at -II times by hero of heroes, because be and the troops, Words of praise are due to every force I every class who made up the population or One remarkable display consists of placing -

bad ceased to quake and rock the hun- these fire-fighters were not among the smoke and with the heated winds sweeping under his direction, had*performed nobly that stepped Into the broach, but the the once great city are sticking to their a pack of cards on a stand each with and a
dreds of thousands of Inhabitants were fleeing thousands. They remained on duty, into their faces stood or sat,the hun every duty and more required of them, soldiery; the' Red Cross Society, the relief posts and will not desert the scuttled ship.It every polished card top.in two the then whole cuts pack fallingto

flying through the streets In terror- and active duty, at that.' For every moment dreds of thousands of practically'Imprls: and had contributed the lion's share of committees the civil governments of is predicted that plans of rebuilding the ground In a shower, yet the heavy

stricken and half-crazed condition going of these four d YI' of fire, which oned people who made the city the pride' the protection of the thousands that were I city, state anJ nation and the magnificent will be carried lU'1' In greet haste cutlass! he uses does not even scratch the

they knew not where. made the city a veritable furnace, these of the Coast and had contributed to its. saved from death by flames, starvationand sympathy in substantial form given by Individuals and that within two years tbe city will polished surface of the ltAnTo\ cut

No picture, not to mention the descriptive brave boys fought with aU', the desperation greatness and glory as the metropolis! and thirst everywhere within the boundaries bear no marks or physical'scars to tell so strongly and stop the falling blade

pen or the fluent tongue of man'can within them. commercial and financial center 'of the General Fnnston was the man of all of the United States makes the list the mute history of the double calamity with such precision is an accomplishment
which It out of exlsferice' which could never be acquired by most
described this mad rush the scurrying They could not drown the flames with West. men. for this supreme duty, and the noble, of heroes too great for special mention. pnt people in a life time. Another feat which '

Cight of bait a million souls who too sorely water, for they bad o6ne; but, they labored There was slight chances for escape and capable and thoroughly satisfactory manner Through their efforts, however Ban Business Is cgalb resumed and. confl- calls for a steady nerve and unerring aim
knew that death and devastation waa unceasingly, in their attempts at the people who had been huddled into the In which he discharged the duties Francisco, which was doomed and destroyed deuce bag again been restored. TerrorIs Is the cutting of an apple In two on the

surrounding them on all sides. preventing the further. spread of the large city parks were too busy fighting off that 'were thrust upon him has bullded a telf days ago, la rising most a memory only and calm.judgment and neck of an assistant There is no hesitation ,;

Pandemonium could not reign becauseit flames realizing: that unless "they were the burning embers that were 'constantly a monument in the hearts and memory of wonderfully and remarkably from amidstIts reasoning have succeeded It Fear of fn- or doubt about tbe execution of the -

had been succeeded by almost Insane successful In this fight the city would falling upon their clothing and threatening : -, all, the refugees and the world that will ruins aad It promises fo be greater, tare earthquakes Is nnsnown! to them trick. With a swift and decided stroke I
beautiful than ever. even at this early day of their recovery the blade sweeps downwards and the apple -
for and more
further loss of life grander
clean.In to plan
fear and disorder. Hundreds were beingkilled !t Ie swept escapeto live forever.As .
the the effects of tbe shocks" of few rolls cleanly cut In two while
and materials are necessities from a away
and hundreds of millions of dollars the absence of water dynamite, the surrounding towns and cities. speedily as possible he practically Money; men the unharmed assistant rises from the or-
being'thrown to the winds In the wreck' nltroglycrrin and"'other 'explosives were The battle of the firefighters with the herded the populace In places of safety of the hoir, and they are being days ago. However; It la planned! to build deal which shows considerable faith la

end ruin accompanying the earthquakeand freely used, and for four days San Fran- flames was won by the brave hearts at. and,Immediately set plans afoot for supplying supplied In ISlich abundance as to remove the city on Ideas that win combat the effect Major Eggelton's control over the dangerous -

the subsequent fires. cisco appeared from- Oakland and other I sundown Saturday evening, after 80 hours them with the food and shelter all doubts as to the successful issue of the of future shocks should they occur.It weapon he uses. Probably there li

Two more shocks completed the ruin suburban points as the field of battle and unceasing fighting: and when It" became which was pouring Into the city from new San Francisco.The Is generally conceded that in the I I a great amount of knack In another of the
coming to the rescue of plans for the new city there, will be no I astounding displays In which an apple
evident that the battle banks are
of the downtown districts but there the thundering of: dynamite II it was wu woo, every point of the compass.Hundreds .
and to the public in its skyscrapers and steel frames'will be universally suspended In a flue silk handkerchief la
were ,occasional steel-constructed buildings used to blow Into atoms the' houses In and all danger of further depredation.. la of physicians and surgeons their depositors I I
while the handkerchief
In construction in two
the used tbe of all cleanly cat
which ruined the path of the flames and. the smoke this direction was passed, the boys, who and stores of medical supplies were the efforts at going ahead with great {
although practically. in
not nurt
Itself Is cut or any way.
million business blocks. These will render
and torn apart with all the fine finish- which hung as a;pall over.the city and had not closed'an eye in sleep la all these active means for protecting the thousands- plans of rebuilding a city of a plans The champion can equal the feat Intro

!nil devastated, stood In their skeleton swept over the bay out to hey and the hours, dropped upon the ground and fell from death and from sickness. upon.-the" -ashea.. .. of- a former. great metropo I absolutely Impossible the 'recurrence of duced by Dr. Bachoffner. showing the
the horrors weeks
forma enumerable tongues'"of flames which asleep, thoroughly exhausted and almost' Relief .committees worked.under his direction lis. the last feet should wonderful force of concussion by ant '-
and rocked with the succeeding .
shocks de- licked through the clouds of smoke com- deathly sick because of fatigue hunger' and distributed provisions to the Hundreds thousand of ablebodiedmen the city again be visited by earthquakes.Tbs pending an ordinary broomstick In two
yet resisting and successfully and laborers are at the command Is proven In the fact that be steel loops of paper held on raw. edges and
the picture ,of the battlefield and and thirst. hungry, .erected tents and ,constructed artisans ,
tYing of earth- pleted .
even the dual ravaginga frames of the modern downtown buildIngs : with stroke of a giant
the then sweeping
of coast metropolis a
The battle and shelters for of the recreatore
the -
the onward march "of conquering host had been dearly'won, rude but safe refugees,
quakings and fires. these and work Is being pushed with are yet standing and bave: resisted !, blade he cleaves the stick in two pieces
of forces
burning and devastating everything :- only after nearly half a billiondollars' and the results working ,
Before the second shock had swept its which wag j without the razors so much as markIngthe
structuresare the shocks, the fires and the dynamiters I!
: Temporary
.evlde'nt comparatively
the speed.
worth of had been sacrificed ta in insignificant remarkable
before It ,_ property are loops In which the broom ban-
the fires destined paper
course which were to !
The Interiors and
the Such a scene' as r was witnessed from the flames. But it was won and In ,tha death list that would have other. the great necessity to permit the resumption are .burned out $ny die was suspended. In the doctor's descrIption -
prove greatest of the two calamities across'the bay, from the mountain winning came renewed hope and Inspira- wile been terrifying in Its greatness but of"business"to supply the need the skeletons of once great magnificent of this feat be says: "The stick
and occasion the loss of millions of dolkrs' afar, from of the'new and beautiful bUilD!!!"blocks DOW stand.
postsIn the harbor and tion, and within a.few hours afterwardsthe for these efforts. and comforts of the workers must be accurately placed and tbe sword
worth of property which had not tops, from structures will The new San Francisco! will be.bplideij must strike the stick directly in the center -
every-pblnt of view city was busy at carrying out plan The entire country hu responded to the city but these;temporary
been ruined forth out at sea. and throughout and the draw back the
by the quaklngs, burst and upon modern plans being- careful not to
needs of the homeless and suffering f.e'wa, te.permanent
around; to Indessribab The for temporary resumption of business until crying, speedily (
to add to the terror of the fleeing thousands for 50 miles opportunities of buydU! a_ model city sword or to allow the hilt or the poUt Is
mina..: .: relief fund of 20.000,000 edifices.
.a. exhibited by Pain con- permanent plans could be ones and a grander ; horizontal.
and seal the doom of the city. fall of pomeU doubt of a new In every respect will be falthfallg GU-: diverge from the
Is no longer- any
io tdeaof. the weird During all these kone at this .hour realized'1.or. stopped ..veya. absolutely ..

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REAl ESTATE For $11,000.00: : ---- -

&iJIs For a warehouse'site in the wh.ole-1, REAL ESTATE MARKET

Timber Lands. BARGAINS district fronting three streets and ;
ne block.of-R. R., near' .the water. .
I $2200-Gets'10'lots"on..the: R R. -with- :

$650.00 .. two houses renting for $13 per ,SPECIAL- OFFERINGS

Small houses, on lot) 40x170, East In- Lots 13 of block month; fairly close in. .
to 19, inclusive,
tendencia street Rents $6.0O. $2700-30 lots and-4. houses rentingfor I
$1000.00. .:. 57, Belmont tract.... must' be--sold at!; $23 per' month, West. King

: 1 This class of property is in great demand, House and lot East 'Romana rightin once. . Tract, Inside of car line. HOOTON & WATSON
business district. A chance to -- -Good piece of 'property fronting.R.
.; and with the increasing values of lumber, make some money by buying and hold. We will move in a few days to the R., on E. Wright St.. and .
invested ing a while. Rents S.OO. renting at $10 per month. leading Real' Estate, Rental and Insurance Agency. C
in timber lands will corner of Government
money prove a 1" DeLuna and Money! to loan in large or small

splendid investment LESLIE E. BROOKSPhone streets. "What's .good'"* ", enotfgh for ,For Quick amounts.Sale l list>your x property with $12,500.002store' ,buildings and a dwelling containing 6 rooms, near i
Union A fine investment.
others Is good enough for us." Our us. :
1 Those intetested in this class of $2,500.00-One :rof the prettiest blocks on East Hill, containing 20 lou, .
property 462 Fisher. BuildIngHI.LP
present office will then.be for rent.McDavidHyer : each 40x137% feet ,
would do well to take the matter up with us. L. S. BROWN & CO. $3,800.00-25 very desirable lots on North Pala/ox. This is offered ;.

"We Sell Lots." Thiesen Building. for short time only.

WANTED. ... $6,300.Q0-Large. 2-story dwelling on North Palafox on corner. .
-- --- : .
i $2,500.00 room dwelling N. Hayne St. Lot 8flxl25 feet.
WANTED-'Active man wanted In $3,350.0J-Nice! 'roomy dwelling with large lot, stables and out houses
each county to exhibit, demonstrateand $60Per In excellent location'on DeVilliers St. \

; advertise staple line; salary $18 Company, $5,000.00-Two".--'dwellings- good neighborhood, near car line on N.
Pensacola Investment weekly, $3 per day for expenses. No, Agents New York lot buys 12.New City lots. Others Barcelona St. I
Company capital required. Honesty and sobriety Life .Insurance Company. near sell'for $75' to .$100. This 'is a '
more essential than expert. genuine, bargain for some one. PHONE 54 No, 37 5. PALAFOX ST. P. 0. BOX "L" :

A. H. O'ALBHBEJtTE, City Manager.W. ence. National Co., 720 Chestnut St; 8 E. Government Street $3200. ,

Philadelphia. may2-16; Phone 7CO. Pensacola, Fla. Buys a full block of 20 lots, betweencar ----
KNOWLES, President R. B. SIMPSON, Secretary.J. -. line and Bayou Texar. Fine view
.L STILLMAN V..Pres. aal Gen. Manager. KNOWLti HYER. Treasurer. WANTED saw mill hands and as of bayou and bay. --=

many railroad hands.. Apply at 813 For Farm Turpentine T! J_ __ _g- '-.:-
Rael Estate, loans, General investments. N. Alcanz! 'St; Monday::m.,the 21st, or -
or Wednesday p. m., May 23. Goo: R.: Timber Lands, C. R. YAEGER
215 South Paiafox Street Pensacolat Florida. Gaithe. 19may LARGE OR SMALL QUANTITYCall
on' or Address No. 202 Theisen Bldg. Phone 686. No 211 E Government St.

WANTED young lady to act as col .
fee demonstrator. She must under: Turner & Armard '
a stand coffee-making and be a good I Real Estate and Abstract Co. FOR RENTfWWWWWMWWWMVMWMWWWWWWWMWMMMMWW This little brick cottage Is close to the business section, ha? j
talker. Must be respectable and neat P. 0. Box 115 DeFunlak Springs.Fla rooms 'and hall bath, gas city water, sanitary connection. It wii.

Address in own handwriting P., 0.! FOR RENT 8 room house with bath make you,a nice home, convenient to your business besides being J'I
Box 464. 19may2t: Apply at 812 12th St. ISmaylw good investment. will. increase in value and if you should ever desire -
7eSavingsTOVER i Wanted .'I to move' you could easily find a purchaser at a good increast

WANTED! -Experienced seamstress '-'UU.flf U FOR RENT Two story 8 room house $2100.00.r. -
i' I ,
at once. Apply 319 East Gregory. MISS, MARTHA WHITING will take with gas, hot and cold water, and all:[

10,000,000 AMERICAN PEOPLE PAY INDUSTRIAL INSURANCE 16may. orders for home made preserves, other 'modern conveniences.: Addres: .. !

AND ARE PREPARED FOR THE EXPENSES OF SICKNESS WAITED U pickles and jellies. Address 521'.N.I or apply 41 E. Chase street 10ma,: Fisherville. -
AND DEATH.American. soda fountain and confectionery FOR RENT-Elegant two-story resi1 ,

: store etc. 'In good country town;; HONEST WEIGHT AND HONEST dence, corner Strong and Spring Sts. Do not overlook this pretty little village on the bay. Nice peo--
must be a hustler and of good habitst DEALING-is our motto. All goods Apply to C. H. Turner. lOmay::1 pe: live here and we have nice building lots from $175.00 to $300.00
Life Insurance Company Give reference. Address L., guaranteed first-class or money re. It is'very cool and pleasant here in summer. -

Pensacola Journal. 16maylw funded. Orders placed with us, however FOR SALE-One) grocer's ref rtgera-

Is the only straight life, legal reserve company! organized In Florida. small, will receive prompt alien- tor capacity 200 Ibs. Cheap. Apply FOR SENT Some nice houses. Call by our office and see our
WANTED Stenographer; youn'g lady tion. Get our prices before buying: D. J. Cunningham, Romana and Railroad rent list '
HOME OFFICE TAMPA. CAPITAL STOCK $500,000 who can assist bookkeeper; state i| elsewhere. E. B. Hoffman & Son, 57: Sts. 2may;

1 ISSUES ENDOWMENT AND LIFE POLICIES FROM $50 TO $10,000 W.experience E., Box 35 and, Pensacola salary expected., Fla. E. E. Gregory St. Phone 825. 15may,;I FOR RENT-Two very desirable; LIST YOUR PROPERTY WITH US FOR SALE.

Pensacola- Office: Brosnaham_ BuildingI 16may4t ..I W.L'\'ED-The the: Pensacola public Building to Association know that! hotel stores Corner on first Garden floor of and Manhattan Bayl n. THE COLLECTION OF RENTS A SPECIALTY

-i-- I I WANTED-Men and boys wanted to has decided to follow the jead of the Just completed and arranged in first
learn plumbin'g plastering, brick: progressive class shape. For terms, particulars,
p youn'g men who
laying. have estab: etc., apply Hooton & Watson. 29Apr THE FISHER ESTATE AGENCY
Special offer life scholarship lished that modern and up-to-date ,

FOR SALEAll FOR ,SALE fifty dollars easy payments; thoroughfare, DeLuna street, and that FOR RENT-After May 1 furnished I T.REAL
position and union card guaranteed:: they are an up-date: and modern 206 SOUTH PHONE
kind of real estate for sale or List of Property for Sale by D. Hale free catalogue. Coyne Bros. 'Trade firm; and have taken officesat 'I cottage Pensacola.at "All Bay. Address Box
rent. North Hill and East Hill va Wilson ,& 'Co.. Schools, New York, Chicago, St. Louis 210 DeLuna St., and are' 28apr:. ___ .- -
cant lots. Some very choice ones at ISmayly. ready to serve the public in FOR RENT-Second story over Lin- .

good bargains for homes or investment One block' on proposed street car the building line. General contracting denstruth's jewelry store. Suitablefor I -

line, New City, overlooking Bayou, SOLICITOR W.ANTElTo'sollcit for' and repair work a specialty plans' offices sleeping quarters or storage HOTELS. LOST
One large lot on R. R. good factoryor Texar, and under fence. ....$3000 I the Modern Workman of the World. and specifications furnished with estimates rooms. ;Lee Dar.iell. 24apr _- rUtrUrt_ nrLflnttJ1.r tr.rsnaswrjnrrnt
warehouse site. One water front One half block on Lakevew! avenue Will pay you weekly benefits In case on short notice. Jas. M. LOST- na
lot that a purchaser could make no in settled neighborhood and on hard;I of sickness or accident. Takes care' Johnson, Mgr., L. Redenback :'Isst. FOR RENT-S-roopv 2-story Cottage -SUMMER BOAJLDERS-The Hotel Mouse color (grey) cOW. )I'IJ
17th from
mistake to buy. One 40-acre farm road, very cheap at .. .. ..$1500( ot the balance of the family In .case Mgr. Smay 318 W. Belmont. Apply to Walker Hyatt is no.w open for spring and summer 32 east Romana premises St of Cha!'. Ahn-n<
an one of 160 acres, both near Pen- One-half block (12 lots) and six new of death. The best fraternal organization Ir.graham. Apnl20 trade. People who wish to rest bent. Liberal Horn on hftMi-: '"
sacola. houses in the and bu'.ld: up, the Hyatt is the place. reward for renirn
renting for $&0O each with I country. App'y at No. WANTED-Second hand
Four choice brick business houseson room for seven more houses.. $3250 323 W. Zarragossa street, between: S> bought and sold. Ring phone furniture 754 A. R. BINGHAM has storage room for Hotel Hyatt Is the best and most up- owner. 19ma.i !1\*'
Palafox St. for sale. Fine invest Two a. 3 rent, suitable for furniture or other to-date hotel ncrth of Atlanta beautifully
large lots m. and
and a good three p. m. or call at 112 S. Tarragona ; ,
ment property. :Few choice offices room and hall house renting for $6.00() O'Hara. St. H. C. goods, 104 and 106 South Tarragona located; plenty- to eat; good LOST Gold square medal wl'\iMi\ \1
for rent. WANTED-GOOd cook. Apply at office ;- 2may St Phone G30 30no enamel on face and engrave! :\
per month; If sold at once.. .$600( spring water; cool nights; perfectly
Turpentine men all get rich and I McDavid-Hyer Co. ; SURETY ON BON'OO-The back. Reward for return Sol CahnCo.'s &
One American
nice no'mosquitoes
five healthy malady a
roomed house 4n good -_ L WANTED.-Real Estate for sale or ; ; no ;
have good turpentine business for locality Surety Company, of New York. Is to rest 87 miles' store. 17maj
w.ith 37 foot lot renting for rent lease or exchange. Your business home-like place : ; '
sale cheap. 15 crops boxes plenty $ 0.o0 per month .... .. ...JIGuO WANTED-Everyone to know tiThe j! prepared to execute at this city with respectfully solicited. J. A. Wilson !- north of Atlanta on L. and N. railroad.I I
round timber lease on which together Journal has nice, clean old out delay Bonds and LOST-Jersey cow, strayed fnn
One-half pa-( Undertakings required D. \i. Ga.
an arpent and ten roomed Real Estate Agent 22% W. Government Hyatt, Proprietor, Ellijay, I
with boxes good seven years longer. house in central part of the city,nice pers for sale cheap. Only five cents in the courts, and for the per street Room 7, ISmaylm. premises of Col. T. V. Keaslcr: < .1 J
Write or call and Gee schedule of Shore
bundle. Bay Horns tipped with bra
a formance of contracts. ?
"Wm. =
shade and fruit trees. .. ..$5500'Vacant ( D. Howe,, building. Phone 172. 23jan I .
property. attorney 14% E. Government liberal reward for return to o\\n>
lots in any part of the cIt P WANTED-A ood nurse. Apply C.; St. MOUNTAIN VIEW HOTEL-Clarkesville -:
H. T. CRAWFORD al prices that will. take. Several in H. Turner, corner Strong and Bay: 2maylm._ _ _ "h. ._ Ga. Nestling among the mountains -! may
vestments that H1 net 10( per centon len Sts. 8may ANTED.-AU kinds or electrical I MlsceJlalleuos of North Georgia.! An ideal p'ace. LOST-Round gold brooch with ''la;

3154* South Palafox Street I the money lavested.I WANTED-First-class barber for colored work. I sell all kinds of electrical __ __ -naMn-wr-- rn._4n to rest. Scenery and climate unsur., mond setting. Finder return to '.'
FOR RENT. batteries and other electrical supplies. SANTA ROSA-Pavilion, L. S. S. offers passed. Beautiful walks and drives.!
trade. H. C. Journal office
Ring 1010- 1 ring or and receivec:\
I I Ten roomed house centrally located, call at Sylvester Campbell Store, When you need me ring 345 or 955J the best accommodation for, 365 feet piazzas. 'Accessible' to many liberal reward. lf mr.
' and unexcelled for a boarding house, dummy depot near E. W. Peake new Star Laundry build- bathing and recreation to be found on I points of""interet. No mosquitoes.I >
Warrington, Fla. j
DIRECTORYI I on street car line, $35.00 per month. 24 aprL Ing. E. Garden. iSdec.WANTEDThe the Gulf of Mexico. Launch Leclair:I Excellent table. ..l9maylm'BROWN
Five roomed house close in LOST-On W. Intendencia lor.a
\11".....'" ..-..* n _I__ _..L 1stjntutifev __town. public to know that leaves city wharf daily at SOO a. m. street,
r jraiu- ouu oLliC c: UU), uutmiUgS, Sia- Phone 659. Chas. H. Burton l'gr. HOUSE-DeFuniak Springs. black collecting! book, containing! r-i
Joppa Lodge No. 6 I. 0. 0. f. 1 ble. etc., $20.00 we can do all kinds, of repairing
per mpnth. 12may.If Good beds, airy rooms elegant celpts book and bills. Reward fori
Joppa Lodge, No.6, I. 0. 0. F,I'| If what you want is not listed here WANTED float building, horse shoeing etc. J. .. --- meals; free bath and sample rooms. turn to Home Arteo., 3% W. Romans
meets every Tuesday evening at 7:30; call us up by"phone 234 or call and i JJWuWLflnrJ-u-trrtuWJuflr--Er--n G. Welsh Carrage-! --Co. 27feb you will look around the house,,, Special attention to traveling men. 12may.

o'clock at Odd Fellows Hall. Belmont see us at 30 S. Palafox street I J WANTED-To hear from some one COURT HOUSE DYEING. Pressingand you will find a lot of ways in whicii L Rates $2.00 per day. J. R. Brown,
and Baylen street Visiting brethrenare that wants a New International Encyclopedia Cleaning Club, 212 N. DeVillersSt. you can use old newspapers. You'I il Prop.
cordially Invited.T. D. Hale Wilson & Co. cash or ,credit J. B. Mrs. T. J. Davis, Prop. Your pat can buy them in any quantity at this i 1 Board and Rooms.
H.TLEETWOOD. N. G. Waddell, Box 618, phone 668. ronage solicited; satisfaction guaran office. They are put up in bundles, HOTELS AND BOARDING HOUSES emtmnm nnaww-
J. W. GINGLES, S C31jan6m. 16may2w* teed. Careful attention given ladl s' convenient to carry and sold! at five i Before laying your carpet or mat FOR RENT: -One or two newly furnished

I garments. Phone 1222. 8feuWANTED. cents per bundle.! ting, buy a supply of old newspapersto ; t front rooms; southern ;e.\i'u.i

WANTED-To buy one or two lots in PANAMAS-Panamas and straw hats i put underneath and protect it. Only ure; with privilege of phone. 1.1'L'

Pensacola Lodge No. 3, K. of P. good locality and not too tar out. .-A. R. Blngham want cleaned, bleached and blocked by r I five cents a bundle at this office. tion desirable and near business rater
State price terms moving arid hauling. 422 W.
full particularsin your He guarantees expert workmen. Leave hats Gregory. l3jiIa1'\
meets every Monday evening at 8 at Frelderckson's -I
first letter. Address A. all breakage. Phone 630.
o'clock at their temporary Castle Hall VM., care ; tailor shop, 34 S. PaiafoxSt FERRELL HOTEL-Sneads, Florida.
over Pou stable W. Intendencla St. Journal. OmayMAII'RESSES WANTED.-The public to know that 6maylm Rates $2.00 per day. Nice rooms, FURNISHED ROOMS-Centrally .0(
old newspapers can be bought table cated. Best rooms in the city; roui,
:Visiting brethren cordially welcomed. at MATTRESSES AND good beds, the best. J. M. Fer-
RENOVATEDNew this office for five cents'a bundle. FURNITURE- clean beds. Apply 128% East (;" '-
J. A. KIRKPATRICK, C. C.' tick furnished If desired. Guaran Theyare Mattresses made to order; old ones; Prop. 17apr eminent St. Imayim j
all clean and nice.
H. HORSLER. K. of R. & S teed. Crapet taken up and matting renovatei] New ticks famished.

laid if desired. Leave orders at OLD HATS MADE NEWPanamaand Second hand furniture bought and I' HOTEL VERNON-Rates $2'per day. OLD MILL INN-on bay front. Open

A_ Meetings ,of the Green & Watson. Phone 193. 7mar Straw hats cleaned pressed I sold. Upholsterin'g and repairing cone Special to rate traveling by week. Special attention June 1. Large, airy and delighuu!
__MM Knights of Columbus and blocked. Panama 50c 'straw hats I 114 E. Belmont St., city, ,hone 771.I men. Free sample ly cool. Good fishing, bathing an-]
are held at their! hail, 0 WANTED-To sell a lot of old papersat 25c, fell Chats 35c.. Work guaranteed. Davis Mfg. Co.,, C. T. Davis, Mgr. 15apr.room. Mrs. J. P. Mauldin, Prop. boating. First class table. On rtrie ,--

Iflj1 No. 8 West Intenden 5c a !bundle. Apply atthls of- Victor' Louis, 100 E. Intendeneia. car line, 15 minutes! ride from (' ': .

cia street, on every fice. They are all whole, clean, and 24 aprlm TAILORING 1... Diamond, Tailor.I HOTEL SOUTHERN I Regular boarders and tran?ID''.
Monday evening at nice. WANTED.-Electric work'of alt kind. Gents' clothing cleaned, pressed and I American -Open all the Terms reasonable. Address Old1: i

7:30 o'clock. Aa inw Let us ciean! your\ fans reair'our: : repaired on short notice. No. lift I Special year. summer rates.and European plan.I Inn Pensacola Fla. 4may
'q vitatlon WANTED-All owners or do West Government St. Pensacola Fla. First-class In
is extended poultry to dynamo, your wfrin;. etc. Paona
to visiting Knights. Save both by conferring with us know that we are agents for the celebrated 570. Pensacola: Electric Co.. 205 S. Idee every Mrs.respect.T. D.Pleasant and convenient THREE PLEASANT ROOMS to r. :i.

JOHN B. JONES, when out to buy REAL ESTATE. See Conkey's Poultry Remedies.Guaranteed Baylea.: J. H. PORTER, sallmaner, 716 South.d sacola, Fla Bowen. Prop, Pen with privilege of light house k"i--
ED1L FOX Grand Knight about to cure rupe cholera 15apr lug, 301 W. Chase. ,' f
us some of the following: AN'rED.-The Merchants Transfer Paiafox street Orders taken fOl

Recorder. Store N. DeVillier 'street, renting jape Also their and to wonderful kill fleas, lice and mites.. Co. wants your moving and hauling tents, awnings, camp stools and house; THE BROWN HOUSE-Atry rooms, NICELY FURNISHED ROOM for re:.'.
1- for $180 per year .. ....$1500 eggf.prod cer- K: All breakage guaranteed. T. B. Tnor-' cots. etc. Prices reasonable.: Sljan. good beds. Free baths and sample
S. Mellen & Co. Phone on North Hill '
No. J3i car line; l loca'ka
Daughters of Rebekah. I House on North "C" street cheap sen Prop. Phone 978. ISJuneim. : room. $2 per day Epeclai attention
18apr. SHIP CHANDLERS very desirable. 208 W. Ga-is'i''! a
at.... .... *.. ... .. .. .$600 -McKinzle Oert- to traveling men: .J. R. Brown, Prop. Apply
Naomi Lodge No. ing & Co.. wholesale and retail street 'i apr I IPLEASANT
Daughters of House on East Aragon! street only SECOND HAND CLOTHING WANT ship DeFuniak Springs. Fla. 13marlm
Rebekah. meets every Monday night .... .. .... .. ..... ..T .. ..$650 WANTED-To buy old gold and silver ED-rHlghest: price paid for gents' chandlers and.grocers, only first-class
8 o'clock In L O. broken up stuff regardless, house,of kind in city. Fair prices place to board on North
at O. F. hall VIsit. 98 acres of good farming land a d of clothing o 1l7. Sell second band goods. to al! CENTRAL HOTEL, CHIPLEY-Op.
.. lug sisters cordially invited to be present bargain at ..... .. ... ..$1000 sizes. Cash paid. Lightman Klein.!' Dress suits for rent, 9 B. Intendencla. MILTON UPHOLSTERING depot Large and well lighted Hill, on car line. Address No *,
106 E. Wright Phone 112?. | -SHOP- rooms. Free sample care Journal. 27m a:
Four blocks In West King Tract, WUlie! Minis Proprietor. room. Meals at
MRS. B. ,R. WITKOVSKI, each.. ... .. .. .*... .. '.. .$1000; NEW UPRIGHT PIANO to exchange repairing ,of all kinds Furniture all hours. Special attention to traveling .

i MISS WILLIE KENDRICK, Sec. I IM. I .. We.have numerous:_ _other proper I for lot on East HUL Address. p. wtnntnJwn Money, mm to cnrnr Loan.fl Wflr W laid, furniture)! packed for ,shipping carpets men. $2.00 per' .day. J. M. Thg.J f I Old ui.newspapers ima oiuce.at.uney five cents are an a.blindla CIe"._ I"
: ties listed wun us ana it would pay 0. Box 207. SOmar' Phone 63. Next to Tampa Landing.. gle. Prop. 13marlm and nice.
,p E. B. A. No. 81. meets first and you to consult,us before making 'your MONEY TO LOAN-Everybody borrows 22April.I I CHIPLEY HOTEL-Carl
third Wednesday evening at 7:30 p. investmentWe WANTED-We want your orders for' money from Jno. A. Hall & Setterlind -:
04 Rafford Hall, No 10. West Inteadencia we In receipt of advices from 1907 Art Calendars. Over 800 original .; Co., 16 E. Government street. When CARRIAGES: repaired and Prop. Special attention to commercial .
street the fire Insurance companies represented designs to select from. All in need call on us. 9feblm 'Flo ts built to order. repalnted.1 .travelers. Free, sample and bath For Sale

A. G. FELL, Pres. by us "Tbtall losses in California prices. Mayes Printing Co., Pensaco!' MONEY LOANED on all kinds ing a'specialty. J. G. Welsh $2 rooms.per-day.-Large .rooms: with good beds. N
; J.; L. SWEENEY.: Sec. conflagration will be promptly la. < X6feb. short opur.ona1 CO. 27feb 13raarim WANTED-To sell a fiue pe: nul<5
property on notice.
paid and that THEY WILL CON J. B. Gray & Co. 2 REGULAR HACK LINE-From Chip- ." bird, one year old; fine siaetr.'a: '
: Terms easy. W.
TTNUE TO FURNISH ABSOLUTE WANTED-The peoples to know that' Romana. Phone 1165. IfebM&i ley, making connections! with mall HOTEL.-rOpen alght and day. what you are willing to pay for -'J*h a
Pensacola Lodge No. 4, 1. 0. 0. F. INDEMNITY AGAINST LOSS BY I don't want all the clock and watch launch for points on St Andrews: bay. European plan. looms light and bird. Address Mrs. Hattie F.orn": ,
Pensacola Lodge No. 4, I. 0. 0. F.,' FIRE AS THEY HAVE DONE FORALMOST repair work in town. but just enough i TO LEND-On good real estate Extra teams for traveling men. Good clean.Transient trade solicited. Lockhart, Ala. 15mi.-I *
jneetg every ThursBa. vejtinjj at 7:30 ONE HUNDRED YEARS. to keep me busy. Drop m$ a card or security, or on good collateral], horses,' comfortable vehicles. Call on I 575-579 a Paiafox. Ju.> S. Nlcolau"

: at the new hall on Belmont and Bayle"i I Protect your home and business call at 600 E. Jackson. Geo. B. Ivy.ISmaylw at lowest rates. Leslie E. Brooks, or address J. C. Sinclair Chipley,Fla. FOR SALE' -Fine piece of land! C;,,. ,
.- streets. Visitin-g brethren cordially gainst loss by fire by insuring with r lither building. 21Jan Telephone 74. 28apr to city. Phone 285 or call a- "

w invited. E. GREENBLATT, .. MONEY LOANED on all kinds of per -,;: Prop.BOSSO'S E. Gadsden. 1W*; : .,

J. NEVILLE, Secretary. I us.ESCAMBIA WANTED TO RENT OR BUY- a small 1011} property' on short notice. Escambia .Lodge, No. 15, F. & A. M. --
.- ,REALTY CO. cottage on water front. Either oa Terms easy. J. W. Bullard. upst 1e Regular communication of FOR SALE -Second hand m-; : 'It

.. W. 0. W. bay shore or on one of the bayous. Address 28U South' Paiafox. St., Phone 1144. Escambia Lodge, No. 15.. F. piano In good condition. Aba:0:.. :J.

-- Live Oak Camp No. 1, W. O. W. 204/' 'S. Palafox Street.Telephone,10S H. B., care Journal.: 9may .nor- G &, A. M., will be held Mop;. Ice Cream ,Factory Apply 409 W. Garden St. 15ru ::
meets in Pythian Hall 1st and 3rd ,
%. UNLIMITED amount ot money to ioan day'evening, May 21st; at can furnish you In ''" :
Wednesdays In each month. cream FOR SALE-Some -
Visiting good
WANTED.-Hauling and, transfer: on all kinds of personal property. 7:30., o'clock. Visiting (brethren fraternally any quantity. Satisfaction tr
sovereigns cordially Invited. western bank. Will transfr ,
General agents for State for work. Office! phone 363-residence; Special rates to business men on large invited. '
I F. A. BOGH1CH C. a Home. &Wh1teS2.2g: guaranteed. .. good property if location is i su: ''n r
phone 390. AcosU N.
loans. The New York Loan Co. C. D. W.
J 204H BEYER M. : '
BROOKS. Clerk. I If interested A -
LESLIE E. Life Insurance, Co., of New York. ,, Tarragona St. 25mr.. South Paiafox. .W., G. DAILEY. Sec. I SAM' B0&$0. address. H. ;11.
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IThousands, :Each Day Who_Are Looking 1t for Bargains IlFf J :

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For Sale. .. .4. ::4.....4e4$4.4.+$............4.HO.............t4.i McMillan Bros. Co. : 'GI

;; One Empire Candy :

-o.Iontomery rIo"- *: machine, L. B.at*>9O a bargain.Marlanna 16may1w G.Fla.'P.*- 101<[ AOSLEY 6 i COMPANY. YOU CAN gET A GOOD TABLEt.;-t./; /! :,

tR tJrrYm'J>11 SALE-A up. Only in bundles lot five of cents old convenient newspapers.per undle.. for | : COMMISSION BROKERS, 0 : SeVen Days in a Week and Three Times a Day. :; ;j Li:

111',...,in.s. -: office. :I\ 11 WEST INTENDENCIA STREET, PENSACQLA, FLA I M0UILEALABAMA.MAIKETS. fU : n, I, ..,- -r.r d'\ !i

roR-SALE-500 good second hand :> m And yet stay within your means. It's merely a matter of manrq, : 1.\1 !i .1

'zarrels:!n-l i !:! and, suitable all: other for salting purposes 4.'pack We; :Ig t Private 'Wires( N. Y., N.: .0" and Chicago. ; nl.- .' :. 'J agernent-of kn wingwhere to buy. Let. us fill your orders. We '{ .l..r! i

ju> .'Spur and sell all kinds of second to satisfy No matter if want small steak m. 1.
guarantee a or
::son Tarrfls Vucovich Cooperage, f you. you :i t.f:!
,den.,. .<... s:hone Alcamz 591.SL Phone' .. 235 ITmaylm; .real. ; COTTONSTOCKSGRAlNPROVISONSandBONDSv Savannah, Naval Ga., May Stores.18.-The naval I a roast, or a few slices of.:ham,'.or whether you want a nice, big, ru i ,; :

fOR.S.\.LE-One--- white hall boat, 18x t Boughtand Sold on Margin or for Investment. | WW stores; .market closed today as follows.4.95VG. : ru fine, juicy tenderloin steak, or a big tender roast, or a fat chicken Rj i il ,{.

& L:. (In first-class condition. Apr ':. f \ .4 90 "' or turkey. We. can also supply you with all kinds of vegetables. H .tlj''
!ii! we. P. Gonzalez Bohemia: Fla.15jnaiW First National .. .4 85 OJ W :
= Referee: and.d Peoples Basis. Phone 1173 t N. ;
M..' ,' .' .. .. 4'.4 80 ru ;
ernIAPS FOR SALE-Hooton & '............................ ... .. O+.......... K.i 475I ;

Uin have just received a large .. i .i 7.' .60 m OARTLAND & ZEL1UStu }rHr
latest .".' .
FJpp; v oi the city maps. showing __ ..-. 4 50
ii ,r '!subdivisions.. The maps are I1J----1--- G. .. 4 45
cfi. .,i d tai! down to date and are F. ..440 m H:-3 iF
counted oa heavy 'linen. Regular E. ..430'D. COR. BAYLEN & INTENDENCIA PHONE 1132 !

pn,'., $250; special price on lots or .. 4 15 N flj t t
fin. or more to agents or .real estate Foreign Exchange. C.' . .395 /
Cen- Hooton & Watson. 8mayfuR (Spirits Turpentine. 59 cents' aaaaaaaasaasaaaa-aeaeHaac'eaasaeesaaeae-aaa .1 f f1! J JS .

SALE-Large ice box suitable --S S S 1-

foi grocery store or market and AUSLEY & Cotton CO.'S REPORTS Market. Florida and )Alabama I ; t i !
oaa lount. with 20 syrup cups. All in I Professional Directory :; :

poo": condition. Will seal cheap or I Jn.-rsb..................t-.....molt.6.T4 S SHIPPINGNES'I I ,..,.,. 1 '
fxuungp! for other property. Apply WE issue drafts upon and cable. transfers to r.b..Kar..... .. 5.75 LAND COMPANYManufacturers
T J Bucey 1021 Ninth avenue. KUr.-i.prU...;......................5.76 +JIYIE1iTbOPTICIAN
;:na! 1m. all foreign countries: payable in such jlpril-Ksj................1... fl.03 of D 0'1 t lf
...... and Dealers in
is used in that MAY.JUna.-- Arrived [
fOR SALE-Registered Berkshirehogs money as country: Jnn.-Jviy ............................ .... 6.03 LUMBER SAWED CYPRESS SHIN. ;
; best of breeding. Ask for Jn1yAUguI$ ......:.1..e........<... .... ...6.03 Teodoro. .de Larrinaga Br ss, Carroll GLES ,AND KILN-DRIED SAP. I .. .
catalogue. Carl Setterlind Chipley! BETTERS of credit }issued available i in all .1uru'-Sip'ember......................... 5.95 2998r Manchester to Gulf Transit 306 THIESEN BUILDING ,

Fia. lands. -. September-October ,-.,.......... .......... (.83 Company J "
Ostober-Noyomber ................. ........1.751I'oT.mber.December ,
FOR SALE-Nice. clean old newspapers .......... ........ .6.71 VESSELS IN PORT. (iiAliSV1LLTRRe WM. D HOWE, : ;
at fiye cents a bundle.' This': uf.fce. .. SAFETY Deposit Boxes for rent, in connection D.oeber-Jacw-y-...: ... ................5.74 HAUTE H I
; with which there i is|, a private room where LiT rpooi Spots,625. S Steamships.Capenor ATTORNEY AND COUNSELIO3 AT LAW t
FOR one with. capacitr.for 75 thousand lighters ft.; depositors may look over the'contents of their New York Cotton Market Br ss Luke 1651, Porto 4. I Iiwoi ..

lumber, the other thirty thousand ca. .J boxes:) at their 1 leisure Opm High Low Clou Prayo to Rix M. Robinson. ''
tachRates reasonable. Also two January10.77 IttTT; 10.73' 10.72 Clematis. Belgian ss, 2267 Leenaers, SAFES SAFES I SAFES!I' SAFES I :
10.84 10.86 Antwerp to S. P. Shatter & Co.
jkJf: beats for sale cheap 22 ft. long. March 10.80 10.80 Buy Liebold Safes. '
H7 U.15 11.35 11.47 IUD Exmoor Br ss Storehouse. 2297 -
i fteams.. Telephone or write J. A. July lUll 11.80 11.20 11.24 :Madiera to Hyer Bros. Scarritt Moreno
Cnaffia & Co.. Milton. Fla. 25mar .
U-03 ll.KO 10.97 2122 :Port .
August 11.99 Gracja, S'pan && Ruiz {
October......... .10,76 16.76 10.65 ia87De Tampa to Gulf Transit Co. ,. .
OX THE HIGH LA.ND-Ea.st Hill elec- ember.......... 10.74. 10.75 1085 1067 Ida Span 2267, Liverpool to S.
tric car line six lots 100 ft. front ss Pensacola, St. Andrews and .
Jy 137& deep corners |700, inside FIRST NATIONAL BANK Liverpool Spots.62$ .. P. Shotter & Co. '0
1svTork8potI.2oWheat.. Kirkwood Br ss 1952, Tulloch Rioe
;Jots $600. There are no better situations -- .' Gulf Steamship Co
Janeiro to Keyser & Co. .
: than these lots. A. V. Clubbs.JUST
OF PENS COLA, FLA. Louise Ger Ss 1480 Bohndorf Ant- STEAMER rAR i'O N. ;?
RECEIVED- Large soipment oi Open Kirk Low Oloi werp to J. Schreyer. .
imported Olive Oil Retail by pint, ** _....... 84" 8.t U,. Verbena Bt ss. 1504, Mann, Norfolk W.t-. ARrOW. Master, j ,
gallon or larger quantity. G. Morasso W.. H..,K50WLBS.. W;BRB5T! Pre and e. W.W.K.NBoBiRTa HTEB.Ja.,AMt.Y.-Prei.Cashier nd CwWer.T JiJy.-82 8.1' &% 82% .to H. Baars & Co.Ships. FIRSr-CLA PAfaa Aui.aFREiu Al\lJ ; .
/; Co., ship chandlers an grocers. 701 Draiar OBS-F. 0. Bren W. A. Bloun$. W, H. Knowlej, W. K. flyer Jr Corn. -T: SERVICE -
South Palafoi. 4octNOTICE D. Q. Brent. Open High LOT Clow -liewwro- .
TO CANDIDATES Those -wThW a.lT-., 5f 47M nx G% Canara Itl.! ship 1495. Repetts Genoa COLA. CARRABELLE ST. ANDREWS. .
wishing to make a successful ,
. to Master.
oulJ supply themselves with a bottle '. New York Stock Market Haryest Queen 'Brit ship Forsyth\1 1Rio' II I And all points on St. Andrews Bay -
: of PLUTO. Now is the .
season Carrabetle and ApaUwhicoia.
I"' Open Qat.Iouthem Janiero to order.
prepare your stomach and liter Pensacola Bonds PactA.. i.." ........ 653.4 641OopPU' Ophelia.. Nor ship, 1127, Larrsen SCHEDULE
against all diseases. Pluto will do it. City Improvement ........,.."! !;ef.....,.. 100i los% Dunkirk.l' j! THRUiERVEVIA Leave Feii &cola uJda8:30 p.a. .'
For sale by all druggists and grocers .1. S.B........................ 186" 13.'ii.1kh fjf i ., for Mobile, Alt. .
wholesale by Jas McHugh. .Denomination, $1,000.00 Each. ....... .................... Barks. !! L. & N., E. & T. H. and C. & E. I. Leave Pensacola. Taesdaj. 8:30 p. } "
.AB..J': .......... 165- 1554! m. for St. Andrews aiillvi.le, Aptlac'flicola
FOR .SALE.-Improved and unimproved Dated Jan. 1, 1906. Maturing Jan. 1, 1936. Redeemable Jan. 1,1926.. .RT...........;;....v, 82 83 Antigua Nor .bIt 1348 Ferguson 2 Vestibuled Through Trains Daily; 2 _! Carrabelle and inteunediau .
property in all parts of the city. B.. 0 .. !.'.'........... .. 103 10619 -' New Orleans to A. Zelius. NASHVILLE TO CHICAGO points. '
J A. Wilson & Co., Real= Estate Agents Interest.Payable SemiAnnually.We l lrie..............' ).'..:.. ....... 43] 43h ,i Dharwax, SweedJbk., 1271 Olssen THROUGH SLEEPERS wo DAY COACHES For additional Isformarlon ap.,ly 1 1 .
Room 7, Salisbury. building. Phone c.r.i; .J,.......... i 03I .81 Rio Janeiro to H. H. Boyer. KEW ORLEANS TO CHICAGO! I J. R. SAUNDKRS, .
172. 23jnAUTOMOBILES. Offer For Sale These. Bonds Subject to 0'. .. .,...rU. ...-........ 40% King Malcolm, It' bk Gufl 1233 Ge-. D.n.niU.HAjN.O.P.AS.LKOQEBS.DINING CARS SERVING ALL'MCALS EN. 'HI.HOUTE Ar.. E. B. COBB Pr41deat
.-I am agent for the .S.,.prefarr*!..'......"'f" 10j" 106" & Co. i iLuisa. Gen. Frt. and Pass.! Agt i
i i'oa to Huges CV>XSVILU IN {SHvIU.Z. TIKM. tr
Prior Sale in Amount to ........... 28 e Pensacola. Fit.
Pope Mfg.Co.and can! sell you autos R.L..1.- : ;; i Ital bk. 1591. Montano, from: --
L& l(. ......... .....;....,14134. 1Ui : I
from $500.00 up. They cost less than .* .'. : ....." ... ... Nolloth to master.
: Suit Purchaser. Lu.d.. .. .... .,76% 'it>>.
.ir Erie ItL bk. 928 Efigan Bas-
horses to keep up. They can be run 4 ... .. Lake ,
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in sand or anywhere a horse can go. 4-\- S Met............... ...... 1115} 116 som to Master. NASHVILLE RAILROAD COMPANY
Leslie E. Brooks. Correspondence Invited. '' Sonoclan Uruguay bk, 1112 LOUISVILLE & ,
O&D.N.........:.:... 160 159%
JOR SALE-Three barber chairs and I.Y.0 .... 140?, 140 Ferres; Montevideo to German. American Through aa i Local Timj TibUs 8etw Ponsacola an t Paints Njrl'u: .
combination four-chair mirror. Callor THE PEOPLE'S BANK OF PENSACOLA P.O KoSale .Ubr. Co. READ UP -
write J. A. Billingsley 14 E. Gov- K'D'Q.. 131% 131% Paalo Angelo Ital bk 1136 Bezzo. READ DOWN Nos.
8$.p ...... 184: 168 Parkwood. Nor bk 756 Lunde-- Trains Nos, Trains
.eminent St. ISaprlm *I..;'.,.:.. Kyt 29 guard 'st. Nazaire to Ora' r. 2 4 3 1
FOR SALE-Ten new and seconds PENSACOLA, FLA. a.B..................... ...... Si SiJ Precursore Ital bk Schiaffino, 1508 li:0pm iihm: I Lv. .. ..Pensacola. .. .Ar. 5:00aIl 4:00pn:
cond hand office safes different T.O.I........_. 147JS 147.% Genoa to Rosasco Bros. .6 : Ar .. .. .Montgomery. . .Lv. 9:35pm 1l:15am
sizes, best makes at bargain prices. Penn.... ..................... 133% 1327g Rebecca Crowell. Am bk 491 Daw, 6:30am 9l&pm: pm Ar.. ... .Blrm'Rgbam .. .. Lv. 4:2pm 8:33am
t1:45am :
,!'.......... ...._ ...... 149 U8J
Bcarritt Moreno, diflce East Govern- No. 5603. Porto Rico to J. L Kelly & Co. 7:25pm: 3:171 Ar. .. ashvllle..Lv. 8.Sam: ::25amS

ment_St. 24mar Ausley &: Go's. Daily Cotton Letter.: Sterling, Nor bk, Ellepsen. Labta:: -:- Opm- :31am Lv. .. .Nashvtlle..Ar. I 8:17am: 2:05am
FOR SALE A fine piece of waterfront C..W.E. CURIYice.Presidentand LAMAR. President Cashier. JOHN J. W. ANDREWS PFEIFFER Assistant Assistant Cashier.Cashier.M. Itew York. May 18.-Liverpool. was ]Bay: to order. 1:2iiam 8:1iiam I Ar. .. .E"iansville. . .Lv'l 3:00am I 9:20pm
property 50 feet front on West about as expected this morning spots 7am: ( 2:10pm: Ar. . .8l Louis. . K:4-5pm: 3:39pn:
Bay Shore at the foot of Clubbs street being reduced 'one point on sales of Schooners. 7:5pm( 3:21am: LT.. ..N&Sh\i . .Ar. I 8:21am: 2:15am
with a 4 room.house front and back THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK 15,000(){} bales, while futures were fractionally Annie M. Brit schr., 397, Carter 2Ham I 880w; Ar..LouIsville . ..L:45am/ 9:30pCl
gallery has a nice wharf about 250 higher but the English market Mailtos to .T. A. Merritt & Co. 7lam:! 1261h'fltM..Cincinnati . .Lt'. 1l:0fJpm 6:00pm
feet long running out to deep water PENSACOLnFLA. failed to hold its position and Annie F. Kimball Amer sch 337.
from the front gate. For a few days dosed 3 to 4 points lower. 'Sweetland. Havana to master. Between Pensacola, Mobile and New Orleans.
only' it will be offered at only $1500' DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES, Our markets opened steady from 1 I Donna Christina, Am sch, McLeod, ... 3&2 1&4 546
cash. Apply to Jos. I. Johnson at CAPITAL STOCK, $200,000. SURPLUS $60.000. /o points higher but as the cables [65, Cardenas. 6&7 2&S 441 .
L. Friedman & Co.'s store. 5may I' .' came in showing the weakness in Liv. S. G. Haskill. Am sch 569 Staples 1:OOamJll:05pmll| :5gamLv--penacol: : .Ar.r 5:00aI&j| 4:00pm: 6:30pm1:45am
FoR DIRECTORS. erpool prices gradually sold off some to Order. 254am [ .Mobfle .Lv.112;41Jamlll:69am 2:35prf
\ '8:15pmLH.. Orleans Lv 8lopm| . 9:23am .
| New; .
but the 7:15am : "
Houses on water front at Little Bayou Henry L,' Covlngt n. Frank Rellly F. E. Brawner, ten points on realizingsales 6:00pm_
near car line. Good bargains. J. M. Pfelffer W. S, Rosasco C. W. Lamar. bears showed no special aggressiveness A. M. LeFRANCAIS Flomaton Pensacola, River Junction and Jacksonville. -
Apply to Phillip Hannah Little Bayou Bryan Dunwody, T. F. McGourin J. R. Saunders and the bulls*only gave passive. VETERI NARY"SURGEON. .
5may3w. A. M. Avery W. ". Milton, 0. E. Maura support the New York crowd seemingly PHONE 497.COFFEE. 21 I 5 I 1 t 3 TraSl.s! do not stop at stations \ t I J I 6 1 22nai1yDal1yjDa11YP&tlY -
W. L. CavUhon, Dr. W. J. Hannah McKenzie Oertlngi sure of their position were content : where no time is shown: DaUyIIDJ.illDallrrDai1[ .-...
'OR SALE-Three yoke of oxen and. Alex McGowIn, C. M. Covlngton, M. E. Clark. to let prices drag an force out :::------4-5:: 2:30250k, Lv.. .. omaton. r.112:4ii j : :% 8:25. .. ..
log cart; good team in good condition Ue tailor as t>ey do not care for .. ... t
. ./ & Q0 ::35 2:55 _. .. .Century .112:40: 1:21 8:21. :
and 'Working every day. Price Safety deposit boxes for rent at $$100, $3.00 and $5.00 the year. Private depaitmtaS. I too much company at the present. : ; 2:41I35.: ,. .. .Blua.Springs .. .12:33: 1:15 8:15..... \
1300. Call on or write J. A. Chaffin & for tna convenIence; of customers. Th& amount of cotton brought into p. .
in connection ; .. .\\5:0: ., .. .McDvId..12:22'. : 1:05: 8:06. ..,. j.
Co.. Milton Fla. 29aprlm : for theweek' Is estimated at l1t.2:5tr.3:201. .
Paid Time .. : 3O4h:3 .. 4. .PlneBarren .. .. ..12:08 12:52 1:55. ...b .;
5:301 .
}'OR SALE-Lady's saddle, extra: Four per cent interest on Deposits. 105,000 bales aa against 98,067 last .. .! 5:39 1 3:13a:50 I. .. ;}:ino. .. .. .11:59 12:43: 1:41.: ..,.

good; fine Shepherd dtfg; also,' week 161,808 last year and 45,558 the . .5t3: ... .1.-1:0.4.: .. ... .Quintette ,. .. '11:5l'12:34 '1:39. .....
brand new Century Encyclopedia and I' year previous. Wa are Inclined to We are the Pioneer . .. ..Cottage Hill .. .11:4412:27:34.: ....,
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think this would hare had a more depresSIng ::53i.3:2QI:4:1: : : :
Dictionary. Address 1102 East Gads- -f Coffee Roasters of .. '5:571 3.291 : ; .. H.CantO:1ment .. 11.tO\ U.2617.31.; ....
den St., or phone 285. 9may effect upon values wer It not .. -6:013:84: .':2i. .. .. .Gonzalez..11:35: '.12:21: !*7:26 .....
NOTICE TO CANDID4TES-ThO3e' L. HILTQy GBKBN Passm.; T.g. WBLLBS!: Vsos.Ps.! ;for the fact that the visible supply West Florida.ilcHUGH'S ... -6O3 .3:36 .4:25: .. .. ...R-obert.. .. .. .11:331.12:19\ ..7:24: .....
wishing to make a successful run R. II. fcUBUNTJUL.ClsaiXB.' MANSFIELD MORENO AS9.C statement to be published this eveningis .6:152:451440: : .. .1 .. .OIve.: .. ... .11221j2.Q7:1\ : ....
should supply themselves with a bottle Citizens National Bank likely to show a heavy decrease on .. ..c.. .G:21.3:511: : *f:48.. .. ." .Breat. .. .. ....11:15 .1O4; 'T:09 .....
account of th large takings by Eng11h
of PLUTO. Now is the season to '._ S Continental Spinners during- .. 6:25'3:54452.: S. .. Goulditg. .. .1l:1ttI2:01: : 7:05. ....
prepare your stomach and liver! of Feasacola DlilEcrORJ.'Oee. ; :florid. the week.and .- / BLENDS . 6:30, 4:00/ 5:001 Ar... ..Pen5d.cola.! Lv. _. 11:0511:557:00: ,. ....

against all diseases. Pluto will do it. w Wrigti Morris Bear. T.E.Whiles. BId: (. Koblason. L. Hilton Grew. There are numerous reasons given }Zo. I I I I I No.;23
For sale by all druggists and grocers. for thg steady and persistent buyingof PM I I A.M
wholesale by Jas McHuga.! 4 GZtilKUL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED the actual cotton at "Liverpool the have no equal. A trial 5:06: !. ...... 7:00 Lv.. ..PenS3.co .. ....Ar ... .....111:15
.... most plausible- which were that the .. S . ... 1:13.: .. ... .B-:>henrla... .. .. .10:50... .. .. .. .10:5:;
FOR SALE-Fine pot flowers. spinners did not have nearly so much will convince the con 5:201.: .... 1u .. ...GlIll. Point.. .. ... : ..... .. '1.Oif SI
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Apply 1408 E. Gadden St. or phone :_ -S cotton as they have been trying to that ... .. .. &nestra. .MSO
S33 6rings. Mrs. J. J. Rogers. ,,__ "'II S make the world believe am are forcedto noisseur we S 5:251.. . ....7:18.. .. ... .Escambla. .. .. .O:2S ......... .10:47
ISmaylm. R MCY. OA.EI.: d3 CO. JlJo. have it to carry them over.until the ,make no extravagant S 5:291.5:40i. .. ... 7:25. .. ...Muat.! . .. .. .10:19 .... .. .. '10:3.:
; r.ew crop begins to move and the other .. .. ... .. .Harp. ; .. .. ..... .. .....10:32:
Vholaula And B.t&U Ii.l.r ta 5:45.. .. .. .. ...... .. .
FOR -\LE-F1ne hotel site; best situation was that the reports sent to them "claims. I .. . .. .. .Galt City. .. .. .101
in the city for a tourist hotel Steam, Domestic Anthracite from America indicated a late crop 6:031.: . .. .. .. nlton. .. .. .. 10: .. .. .... 10U '
130 feet fronting south by 172 feet and Blacksmith C 0 A L tome considerable damage from the S 6:35: :. .. .. Good Range .. .. .. .. .. .. 9a -
(deep East Government street over late cold snap and abandonment of Wholesale' and RetailGROQERS 1 S 1:03!. .. ... .. ..Hts.; ......... ... .. .'.. ....S 9:15
looking'on SeviTIe square a'nd' Adams Office-No.: 43 South Palafox street Telephone 93. the .fields on account of the scarcity S : . ...: ... ... .}lil11 ad. .. .. 9:12.. .. ... 8.5' J
street: with view of Pensacola Yard tprae'r Tarrtgoua_ and Gonzalez rtrests. Phonos 5 and 371 of labor and seed to replant but bs } 76\\. ... : .. ...Crestyew.: .. .. 9Q4. .. .... ..8:38
bay, 510,000 open will buy 'th'e' : _5 ---- I -- this as it-may:they are buying the 'cot 8:09. .. ... .. .. Deer Lan:1.: .. .... ... ...... 8:03
lipr.WANTED. property. : . .. .. .- l ton heavily 110. matter whether the 8:331.i' .: : ,. ..)lOssy Head .. .. .. 8:33.. .. .1(1}
1 "v.h"-V "' price fe.up or down and such a splendid : of Feed ..... 9:3'5));. .DeFunak Springs. .. ... 8:13. .. ...6:57
1 '- ; : spot demand must- necessarily: and all kinds S 9:16/./. ..... 9U.. .. .. .Argyle .. ... .1.. 7H.. .. .. 6:41
To loan money on your effects. -. ,Builders' Supplies. We have a full carloadS ,sooner later.have its effect. .upon- Stuffs.Pluto 9$21.: .. ... .-9:57.. .. once D uon. .. ...' 7:29... .... 4:2
watches. Jewelry and personal \: of Carey's Magnesia Flexible Cement Roofing .ab. T&lues ana' force them to work considerably = 10:11. .. ... 10:10.VestvUle.. .. 7:11... .. ... 6:00
Highest cash price for bld gold ,
higher. lO '. ... 10':15.. ....Cam.ille. .. 7:12. ... .. 5:52
and silver.. Llghtman & Klein 106'E.wright. solutely waterproof and fireproof. We can put it oh Mr. Price seems to have worked the 10:45..'". .. .... 1030.. .. ...Bonifay. .. .. .. 6:55. ...... ..... 51 !'

Phone 1127._ or you. can, Cheaper than shingles. statistical and 'frost racket to a finish Water : .. ....... 10: 7.. .. .Chipley.. .. .. .. 6:37. .... .. ..4:55
FOR SALE 14-foot skiff copper fas- : and like Mr; W5ggs has now dropped : 11:29.. . ... 10: 8.. a. .. .Aycock. .. .. 67. ... ... 4:39
tened. new oars and locks; also double I Phone 11. H. G. DeSILVA '&' CO.. into-poetry. As a missionary? he utilizes 11:43j.. .. ... ......1107.b: .. ...Cottondale. .. ... 6:18. ... ....4:2-1
barrel breech loading shot gun, VN "'.'.'''' V. .. .. everything. Stocks both at New' 12:10'. . ... 1151. .. ,.Iarlanna. .. .. ... 6:00.. ...... 3:55:
used one .. Orleans and New York are being rapidly Retail. .. ... 5:38. ... ... 3:19
season; all for $23,00.:! AdwessB. .. Wholesale-and 12:44 .. .... .1l:4 ) '. .. .Cypress.
E.,White. Box: 5, Warrtngton -. ------w.S __.______ __- .I depleted will and be but with little the spot-pr-es-advent of '12: 5 ... ....'11:5% .. .. '..Grand Ridge. .. .... 5:32.. .. ..... ..,. 3:01
'Fla.: 13maylw i.- -5-----S Order Your July there month. : ... .. .... . .. . .Sneads..S. 5:21. ... .. 2U
affectthat .
sure;.9. \\.1:0. ...River Junction \ 5:10... ... 2:30 :
FOR Co 1:30''. . ..' .
Pers.SALE All-whole Nice, and clean useful old at newspa-home) I .ICE, .COAL and WOOD and Too too much little rain in others In -are some the sections factors'In New .(Means Grocery. 10:50.I! .. -, 7:40 A1' .. .Jacksonville. .. Lv I 9:1)5.... ... ... 4:01'

w in your store. Only five cents per from tbo the new crop positions.The. growing .oIl I 4. 1 lP11' I IAlll I __ l IP1{

Bundle. Consumers' Ice and Fuel Company.Offlc season Is always one of damage Jas. McHugh Trains-21 and 22 an:! trains 3 and 3 carry through sleeping car betwe
t R SALE Second hand 25 H. P.boiler. i .. complaint and we do not believe complaints ,, Pensacola and Jacksonville. via .River Junction and Scahoard Air Line.
1 :"' Alethod. Will Laundry sell cheap. Apply ISAuril ton L- 5- ir-' -IS-.. usual. Phone 105.. proprietor. *Train stop on Jj & .

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J:, :Underwear-- ------- 1- J SPORTS(( ,Money t ''Saved UlO[ PMENIINSDUTHVERN[ C nsithpffON Hemorrhages Cured

is money made; audVoIflg.tb.th late
Shreveport at last has been defeated -. -
and that too: by Montgomery. The 'shipments of clothing' this season, T V Doctors pronounced as in.curable .

Sieepyvills bunch'woke up and under have decided to sell'all-suits. -fix stock- V Miss flinnie
Jl the guidance Roy Hale shutout the Qiiroy
for Pirates. ___ of Morrison, Colo., k\vho sufi!
(Birmingham waa again trimmed by atGreatly _
It Memphis and flanked. 'More wail and Reduced Prices, T[ fred agonies from consump.
4TJ STATESTradesman's
woe in the Steel City.
New Orleans defeated Nashville, Stock too large to make ,speeal mention Ifi/ and
J[ Summer 'and Atlanta' .vanquished Little Rock of each price but, just "/5 I'/r;: severe coughing spells. She

.. :' wasted to
: i away a shadow

The kind that make for STANDING-AND RESULTS Take- .. a Look' : RBview.Reports Fine I ': : .. &__ 1fl: and had given up all hope

t' comfort in the "Good Old Southern League. where list for Week' Just when she decided
.: Won Lost Pet. and you will readily see you iq i. s v'' y' .:; to try

: Summer Time." There'sEli Shreveport . .21 7 730 can .save money. My| windows show V V .. ':. ', ,, .' Duffy's Pure Halt

Balbriggan. Linen Mesh, New Orleans' .. ... .18 9 667 you latest' arrivals In Underwear Passed. .. 4: ; Whiskey
f Crepe, Silk and Nainsook Memphis ., ." ... .'17 10 630 Shirts, Shoes and Hats In' the best ? ; ,' ) L
sleeves Birmingham .. .. ..18 14 563 grades and latest styles. ,and I can IZ.pW: 'c Miss Qiiroy began to im.

f -long and short Atlanta .. .. ., ..15 15 500 save you money everything. k wear' .: Chattanooga.Tenn.. ., May 18.-The : at and
IVr : once
', in shirts knee full ( prove gained 15
w ; or Montgomery .. ..11 17 386 able.JOS.COLEMAN p
:t' .. ..10 22 313 approach of the.su ntijer is in.no. way : the
? length in drawers. Nashville n .. : pounds during first two
. Little Rock .. .. .. 6 22 214Yesterday' indicated by a lessening In the Industrial .. ____ .
' development throughout the ':: e' "t '> k",.$ ? / ( months. She is today hap.
:; $1.00 to 6.00a Suit .. __ __
Results. south and southw t1il' &ct, for the ;\ ,, .C >.. E/jt' well and
Atlanta 4; Little Rock 2. week the Icffc V;, j ( ':: :: ..; \ : py strong, and
"ij' ending in full( keeping J with. 4 q 3.
: j' _
i Summer 15 and 25 Memphis 3; Birmingham 0. % ; :: : the
Hose Montgomery 7; Shreveport 0. unprecedented activities that hare % : ,. :: ;'hy.writes: following letter
\ 4.A
I 1'5' v +
cents; black gray and Orleans 2 Nashville 1. been SQ noticeable in the past twelve k of thankfulness
New s
; 'L' ; % F ;:( ? 4' :
fancies. -- months. In aditioi to 1n 'utries -of-a ; 1 \
'1 South Atlantic League. REAL [ T TET character '% : \S: ; cj.j/ '1 suffered for a long time Willi
similar others
to previously
Won Lost Pet. % S VC \ vv .. 4''k. :' < tion and! had terrible attacks of coughlt
i'i Augusta .:.. .. i. ..2() 8 714 '" established the pas week's report contaIns 5) 'jf.X'. 1, run and down.hemorrhages.My breathing I lost became flesh and difficult was i anS

i Charleston .. ..14 13 513 some that are newer for that .'. : : .& painful and the doctors pronounced me
Jacksonville .. .. ,13 14 483 section, noticeable a and twine S, .". 4 \ % Y%% _ % ?/4' curable. w"
. rope . ) .. '.: .. .. ( ; .. .', ...?.. "I decided at last to try Duffy Pure Ma't
.. 500
14 14
i Macon .
TRANSFERSFollowing .
TheJohn White [ mill at Huntsville, Ala.; .a bucket factory .. S j .. .. h. .e Whiskey and procured a bottle. I begar ;0
Columbia .. . ..12 16 428 ,. ;:' s.:; -. .., 'e .. '.' Improve at once and gained fifteen pounds
P., Savannah. .. ... .12. 17 414 at )JF&latka Fla.; a veneering ., .. V. .. ,". .- .., .1> ihe first two months. My cough was re-

Store Phone plant at Asheville, N..C., and a. .thresh- C. i .. .. ', .. .. %- .',c 'v .' feel sieved splendid the hemorrhages in every way.ceased I and can I now

225. Yesterday's 'Results. ing machine company Temple, TeL, 1 S V c soundly and have no more restless nights sleep
Columbia 8; Savannah 2. the latter being a branch of a northern V .. V.'V <: "I cannot say too much In praise of DufTr'i
recorded V
the deeds
:Macon 10 Charleston 5. a listof 1 Pure Malt Whiskey as it has permanently]
ST. ; the concern wh have .found it of interest V I cured me after doctors' medicines failed m
205.207 S. by
PAALFOX reported V
Augusta 2;. Jacksonville 0: yesterday .. V do any good.-MINNIB GILROY. MO
and V :Ia
Pensacola Abstract Co.: '".. advantag to have an auxiliary V MISS MINNIE GILR03 ... Colo.. November a, 1005Duffy's .
plant located in the south. The complete -
National :
:- .. _. .. League. J. F. Rhodes to John E.1Me1l, list of industries Jb reported by ,
:Won Lost PetChicago
DanniieisserFormerly .":".. .. .. 21 8 728 lots 14 and 15, block 114 VMaxent.Trt. The' Tradesman is as follows: : Pure.M"alt Whiskeycutes

Morris New York ..' ... ... ....22 11 667 $1 and other considerations.W. and .1.-S.-McGaughy Alabama .
B. Runyan
'Pitts burg .. .. S. .. .16 12 571 E. Brooks : 11 to:15., !n. Sheffield-Power plant. coughs colds consumption. grip bronchitis and:pneum.o'lfa. It"stimulates and enriches the blood aids digestion boildi
( of Dannhelsser Bros.) Philadelphia .. .. .. 17 14 648 to Leslie :lots Mobile$50,000 ice factory. up the nerve tissues tones up the heart and fortifies the system against disease germs. It, prolongs. life, keeps the ']!M
: Pure Old Rye and Bourbon. Fine. "Boston .. .. .. 13 15 464 elusive, in block 170: New Clty'Tract, Hunts-rille-J50.000 rope and twine young, and the-young- strong. It contains no fusel' oil and Is the only whskeyrecogn.lzooaa. a medicine.! Is is a guarantee
i Wines. Beer and Tobacco. St. Louis .. .. ..13 16 450 $100 and other considerations.J. mill. *' -V V V .
D. Waters to Leslie! E: Brooks V CAUTION.When you ask for 0IIff, Pure Malt WfcUkey be fan yfat f if the feoainc. Unfcropuloni dealers,mindful the excellent
Cincinnati . .... ..11 20 355 Tlorence-412,000 brick works. of this preparation will try to tell you cheap inltatloas aid malt whiskey jobs tttaleai which are positively tiarmful. Demand oJ Duffy's'' tni
Old Hickory Whiskey Specialty Brooklyn .. .. .... .. 9 22 290Yesterday's lots 7 and 8 in block 28,- West' King Birmingham $50,000 construction be sure you get It. It is the only absolutely pure Malt Whiskey S9k1laeol d bottleS only; never IB bulk. Look tor the trmde-nurMhe-ou
12 W. Zarragossa Street. Tract, $100 and other considerations.! company.V Cnenlff."on the libel and be certain the seal over tbe cork. nnhrofcen. All druggists aod grocers|Cf direct.fl.OO.bottle ttedlcel booklet
i V sad dll tOt.'&4vl"lree to -
any one Duffy MIl Whl keyC; .R. II1er.NewYork.
Brux &L to Elizabeth Gonzalez
l PENSCAOLA. FLORIDA. Results. T. D. et Ensley-$30,000 laM 'company.
( Cincinnati 7; Boston 6. lots 7 and 8, block :1 V.DallasTract Fort Peposit JIO.OOO canning taco
,. and other considerations. -. x N. GOt.DRI NG. Distributer.
Pittsburg 7; New York 6. $1 tory. V
Brooklyn 7; St. Louis 2. J. W. Bullard to trustees of 'First Selma-15,000 electrical supply corn- ., -
t.;: VVO'OD Chicago 14; Philadelphia. 5. Christian church of Pensacola E. '64 company. pany.
ft. 2 in. of Arpent lot 26;". Old City, Arkansas. .
; All kinds that you want. American League. $5000. Harrison--$50,000 mineral wells. I i iugusta.450,000 Clev

V Won Lost Pet. Trustees Palafox Street Methodist power, light ana '

Philadelphia .' .. .. .19 7 731 Episcopal Church, South, to Pensacola water plant V .
f OAK AND PiNE Cleveland .. .. 16 10 612 Investment Co., .beginning'the S. tAttle Rock-$100,000 .mfne.H'ump'hreysconstruetlon struction
Detroit .t.. .. ," .14 12 577 E. corner of lot 56,:Oltf'Cjty, thence company pany.
than can buy New York. .. ; .. .13 12 520 running N. 96 fl. then-ce-.W.--I00 f& V Florida. St.
cheaper you
;, It anywhere. Any size you St. Louis .. .. 14 13 515 thence S. 96 ft., thence. to point tit Palatka-ucket' factory. works.
f Washington .. .. .12 14 460 beginning, fronting 96 ft. on Palafox Georgia.
i want. Chicago '. .. .. .. ..12 14 460 St. by 100 ft on-Garden St., $45,000. Louisville Oil-'factory?company. V Louise
Boston .. .. .. 8 21 283 Rome=-$15,000 canning! factory;
Pensacola Land & Improvement Co., )

IH [. lf .. SWILL! Yesterday's. Results. to Jos. B. Lockey, block 169, New.CSty: $2 Albany.OOO oil lAcid mill. plant. <
Tract, $1000 and: other considerations.W. .
Chicago 10 Washington 0 Dalton-$165,000 cotton mill.
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614. :
red' Gordon
:M. Nored, Ma.belN and T.'JP.
New York 14 St Louis 4 Indian Territory. ;
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'A. )
"Masterto -A Port
Britson by Special
Philadelphia! 4 Detroit 3. Tuls8-$5G.OGO oil 'andjgas
. ; company
t. ', Cleveland 14; Boston 1 Fisher, S. 40 A. of lots ll W 12| "of Henryttta- 410,000 power plant. pany.
Sec. 24, T. 1, S. of R.-51 W., also'per- Chickasha-Water works and sewerage Houston
; sonal property, $175 steel, tank ; i
Do Not be Imposed Upon. system. ', p-
; kIt J. C. Van Pelt to 'J. D. Waters & .V Kentucky. pany; $l

} Foley & Co., Chicago, originated! WH of lot 1, Sec.:-11,'T. 2, S.'of'R. 31 'XJvermore-'Brick works.. pany. ''i. : *.
"", Honey and Tar as a throat and lung; W.. $1 and other considerations. Paris-Gas plant. Bellvu* ( I

, i remedy and on account of the great J. C. Pebley to 3. Walla E'Lamar, \lefbyYille--$20j.OM..J.: ) 4elephone sys pany.V $, ;

i ..- merit and popularity Foley's Honey 1 lot 18, block 38, West King Tract, $1 tern. V-.( < .
.. :ic c and Tar, many imitations are' offered I and other considerations;' Hopklnsville) -$25.000 wooden mill company. i t
for the genuine. These worthless Imitations I H. A. Brosnaham to trustees Jno. Louisiana.,"
( have similar sounding names. A. Brosnaham,. deceased, all grantors New: OrJeansr-$100,0ML} ( construction f*

. Beware of them. The genuine Foley'aHoney I right, title and'Int rest1n alf property company; $150,000,. canping a.nli.Jc9 works. I
" < ;nd Tar is In a yellow pack. In whatever kind 'derived !ibfr provisionof factory; $500,000 metalreand manufacturing I i ) $
. age. Ask for It and refuse any sub- the will of his late father Jno. plant:; $50,000 electric burglar : I

, ; stitute. It is the best remedy for Brosnaham, deceased, 11500. alram company; $5,000 exhaust blowPIPe !

;' coughs and colds. For sale by W. A. E. J. Elliott to Lee D nie,, all of ,company. company.:A1ic --
:, D'Alemberte. block 133, West King 'I'ract. $1 and Mississippi. (Flatonla' ;
, considerations. Bell Pa.ralrie-$5,000 gin and milling
, other :
Made in visible and invisible. Has V V San !
: every any BUSINESS MEN tele-
& Co. all that piece of land iy1nS. Sumrall-45,000 telephone and
, :. could desire. Light running, speed, : !Forth
S 1: correctness and durability. Is guar of lot 318, East of lots.316:'and 317'and 'graph company. mill. pany;,,$ the

anteed to do the best class of work for GET CHAMPIONSHIPWON N. of property of Jos. Qulna beln'g 80 Batesvi1le.430,000,000 colon lumber pany.
: -$500 company.
ft E. and W. by 92-ft. N. and S Old San '
four All and ,
cleaning repairIng *
years. . I .' oksburg-Power plant.Hlghlandale4Saw .
City of Pensacola $100 .
done'free for two years. The Fox mill. pany.
J. !.' .'. hag been tested and accepted by hundreds OVER BUSTER BROWN'S BY Geo. Pennington, et. al to W. L. Gulfport-$10,000 crecKoting plant; .
Ii : of thousands, as being the best { Zachary, lots 1 and 2, block 124, New power- ; !
, SCORE.OF: 18 T0 8 AT Y. M. City Tract, $500 and other UO.OOO manufacturing company. pany.
machine. Wilf be sent on trial free of considera DCatur-$4,000 cotton gin.

J : charge. Call von or write to 'c: 'A.: LAST NIGHT. tions. V V Scranton $4,000 cotton gin. 'l ..
Nero Nettles and Grace Nettles by Carter-$5,000 gining and milling panyjl

I B. BRUCE The baseball gams at the Y. M. C. Special Master to A.(M, McMillan.W% company.

A. last night. proved on'of the most of the SW*, Sec. 20. T. 1, N. of R: 'Scranton-Cement block factory. Rl )
: enthusiastic that ha 31 W. 81.65 A.. $75. company. =
! PENSACOLA, FLORIDA interesting and Hattiesburg-$10,000 lumber com -
taken place. The gallery was filled by F. C. Brent, trustee to C. A. DTAlem, pany. V : V V Lever () !

a throng.of cheering enthusiasts the berte, W. 100 ft of lot 7, block 42, Houston 410,000 lumber' company. tem. :,

I' nR! fans of course very naturally by a Belmont Tract $1 anfl other. consider Meridian! 470,000 lumber company. Norfolk ;

. l large majority favored the Buster ations. V Missouri.St. ..-. V V $10,000 ;
Brown's who plaYed very fast ball in Walter V. Perry et al: to'Pensacola ( .. Louis-$10, 00. Investment company gravel'' an :

1 the; first part of the game. Investment Co., W'4 of lot 243 block ; $12.000 supply and equipmentcompany mineral T
You're Not The Business Mn proved their stay. 28. Old City, $1 and other considera-' ; $3,000 contracting come Appali. .
; ing power however and getting on to tions. i il iI 1-any;. $5,000 investment company; : ...
Welles's curves soon had things coming I $30,000 vehicle factory;; $30,000 fur-, Powhatan fialem-7 1'L." ; j ,

their way' 'V Welly's Ditching' for V .#!:;. tacs company; $10,000: investment 1
I the BusinesSMen proved' one of the : Kansas City-$15.000 investment I i
; IWell Dressed 'features of .t'he game. Garfield. Wil- I ; company; $50,000 land company. (
Great .J pany. : : .
son and Wentwortti are developing Webb City line; $100,000 smelter. 1St.
I vronderfuHy- show promise of b- Warsaw 425,000 mining antf! development I'I
I coming star playere. company.lDuenwtgConcentrating. company. !
I Unless You're I Thes weekly games at the Y. M. C. ( plant. ,

l A. are becomlag one of the most Interesting .Joplin-.475,000 mining company. struction.' I i'I : i
... social featuresVof the organ- Reduction in l North Carolina. Logan :
I iation.This -being the last game cf .Lumberton-$100,000 cotton, mill; pany,. ) '
i Indoor baseball for the season the ., $25,000 rdwood company.Greensboro :Sist ;
Well Shod. !
I mineral : h i
championship Men. honors go to the Business ,.. foundry.' -Buggy factory: $25,000! ::1

Outdoor baseball ,will now be taken Em City-Lumber company.:: V
nxt "Friday the Y. M. C. A. ,tory.. f
up Apex-4100,000 development com *
The dressing of the feet is as I
bats at Palmetto .
team will cross ;
Imperative as that of the head Eye Glasses pany. I .
Beach with *the Bankers. Asheville-Veneering plant
or body. Thg score last night was 18 to 8 in Charlotte 440,000 Investment comLexlngton EAST-
favor :'the]Business Wen.'St'o'maeh V if
Nothing detracts more from of I -$15.000 glass factory; V

the appearance that poorly electrical supply company. The" E \
dressed ,feet. : :Troubles.Mrs. Dunn25000. supply-and manufacturing
Club held
SuVMa'rtln, an old! and highly -V company. i 1
easiest to have the repecteJ'resident( of Faisonla M"si.: tight'at.
The. way ] ,,-: Oklahoma/ liams': :
,. feet properly shod is to bring was sick'with stomach trouble for El Reno-$25,000 brick and tile company .
them to us. more than' six months. 'Chamberlain's We are now'seJhingu ; $5,000 tee! h ne''company.Tem'ple consider The I I -

Stomach and Liver Tablets cured her. ; Threshing machine com
The' next time you need footwear ; She says": ::'1' can. now :eat anythingI ,, pany. !I { 500
It" ;
leave It to
just your feet want, .and'am the proudest womanIn Blackwell-$100,000 lumber com .00
will find their to Iidered.
They way our :
the worlato. find,such a good medi wLi' pany. oo
and into pair -of held at >> -
a our
-. famous tore cine." Fpr. .sale l by all druggists.! ,: ;;, ountain, VIew-l0,00d building com day. :
pany.Lawton$100,000 .v V

$3.50 OXFORDS. RATS, : AND MICE $2.50 ..Ey'r .asses gas company.Chpstaw _.. -
City- and mill
Surely I Exterminated by Stearns' Electric : V V :
Rt .and Roach .Paste. company.
All leathers all styles.
Sayre-$10.000 system' .
The only! sure exterminator is for
N t1b I
Norman-$2,000.000 land company.
Stearns' Electric Rat anI{ Roach Paste.It '
I is- easy to use and completely rids Stillwater-$50,000) mill and elevator

the house,'J m or store of rats mice, $1.254Lr, company.; V
cockroacbe,. etc.Stearns' : : Woodward-$25,000 land company. I
.Electrlc Rat. and Roach Alva $20, V,OO mill.and elevator com '

Paste contains a peculiar chemical pany. Use ,
Heaston-$5,000: telephone compinySweetwatar .!
H ::0. ANON .burnlng 'sensation -. i
: that causes A drives'the when 7OOO'"gin and fue!! !
swallowed and rats and I company. i V VGuthrle4300,000 I
mice out ot the house in search of ;
lead company};i
CASH ClOTHIER! water never to return. W A D'Alemberte $300,000 packing company V I i iV :
Sold everywhere or sent express I CJton-Telephone'system.!
prepaid on reoelpt of price. Stearns' South Carolina. 1

I Corner Patafoi and Main..t Electric'Paste Co., Chicago.' 111. Small} Druggist! and Ajpfliecyj, : .I V AndersonrJieo.OOO'building aaIca'n ?]1
size 25 ents; hotel size'eight. times I \ company. : ;

t I the auantlty,,. Jl.OO. S I 121 I Sooth, Palafu Street Pp3 cola, Fli : nburg-$15.00t f lumber, com.l'l'Sp V V V 111I

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Thousands achDay Who Are L o* king -Sargainsfi-ttl: iJ: :

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--For*JrruT-Sale .... 4 ,+44O4t+4.+$..O. ..............14.. ... McMillan- Bros. Co. aaaea eeeaae a2eea22ea2 eeea22ee2e2222a f E::'.! 1 ;

S.u.E-One Empire! Candy m J nr i';: .

FOR Floss machine. at a bargain. G. P. 4 IAUSLEY 6-c COMPANYJ.: ru

ontgOmeY.l.. B. 232 Marlanna.IGmaylw Fla.* i ruI YOU CAN SET A GOOD TABLE f 11'(1"i (]\ '

SALE-A lot of old newspapers.pur :

fOR cam-trig.up Only in bundles five cents convenient per bundle., for ..[ : COMMISSION BROKERS, 1m I SeVen Days. in a Week and Three Times a Day m : :-I i + :

""W1y t14s office. .. :....I. II WEST INTENDENCIA STREET, PENSACOLA, HA MOBILEALABAMA.MAIKETS- : fU ni .. .i.}. h'i"- I.1:1.:".

..' fU And yet stay within means. It's matter of tV i .'
fOR S\LE-500 good second hand your merely a management J i : !

ms.arrets fib! and suitable all other for,saltingaa4 purposes.:pack Wetu" ; ...i Private Wires H. Y., H.. .0", and: Chicago. i. "" '. : :. ,.. '. -of knowing where to buy. Let us fill your orders. We m -1-t;; '

::xnrt! sepair barrels.and sell Vucovich all kinds Cooperage of second, [ COnONSTOCKSGRMPROVISIONSandBONDS | ; m guarantee to satisfy you., No matter if you want a small steak or tU .;! lf :

<'(i 9 S Alcaniz St. Phone-. .235; resident t Naval St res.18.-The naval I ru I a roast or a few slices of::}ham, or c; whether you want a nice big (ru ::1 '
phone 591. : 17maylmJVRSALB I'- .. Savannah Ga., May 'f
--- !4,. Sold for Investment. Stores market closed today as follows: ,. fine juicy tenderloin steak or a big t nderrost. or a fat chicken h !
-One white hall boat ISxs > Bought"and on Margin or : /
WW! ... . . 4.95 I .
it. In first-class condition. Ap- \VG .. .. ... .. .4 90 or turkey. We can also supply you with all kinds of vegetables. B| t! 4 11 .
pito C. P. Gonzalez Bohemia Fla.* '4 f Reference: First National and! Peoples Baals. Phone 1173 i .N. .. .. .... .. .. .. .4 85M W I. I : ,:
',".ma\.lw._ : .,; .. ,. '. i .4 80 It't fUftJ "
CITY MAPS FOR SALE-Hooton & 1...........o................. ...... ...+c4.......... K. . . . ... -. .. .475

Watson have just received a large I. . .. ..i .. .. ..;. .... .4 60 m OARTLAND & ZELIUS E' f:
i.iippK' of the latest city maps showing ____ H. . .-. .:; : ..4 50 fyfO
ii1! of t he subdivisions. The maps are w ,G. .. .. .'t ,. ... .4 45 w
offiual .ma down to date and are .F. .. .. .. ,ii .. .. .. .4 40 ;: .j];
counted on heavy linen. Regular E. . .. .. .. . .430' O COR. BAYLEN & INTENDENCIA PHONE 1132 0aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaai

price, J250; special price on lots offire D. . .... .. .. . .415
or more to agents or real estate Foreign Exchange. C. . . . i . .. .395 t I i! 1 i
men Hooton & Watson. 8mayFOR (Spirits Turpentine 59 cents. -

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: SALE-Large ice box, suitablefor : --------- ----- ==-= p :,j ; '

soda fount grocery with store 20 syrup or cups.market All and} in AUSLEY Liverpool 4 CO.'S Cotton REPORTS Market NEWS'I Florida and Alabama' Professional! Directory! j

good condition. Will sell cheap or Z&n..T.b.-. ; (,1o.s 1i.1' SHIPPING [ i
exchange for other property. Apply' I'' .... LAND COMPANYManufacturers
WE issue drafts upon and cable transfers to I :Mx-Msr. 575
J. Bucey, 1021 Ninth avenue. ... .''
T 7ma\lm* _ _ all foreign countries( payable in such : :M&r.-Aprll.-April-Msy.-. 6.03; of T, G G. YATES M 0 tH'

J'ORSALE-Reglstered Berkshire money as is used in that countryLE'S : :)(kUiy-Jun...................... 6.03 Arrived. and Dealers in .,
best of breeding. Ask for lmlw1il -. 6.03 Teodora .de Lamnaga Br ss, Carroll LUMBER, SAWED CYPRESS SHIN. OPTICIAN :: .
hogs .
; of credit issued available in all I''July-Anpirt .SM.;. 2998 Manchester to Gulf Transit GLES AND KILN.DRIED SAP. .
catalogue. Carl Setterlind Chipley .inj at-8 pUmb*r...... 5.85 306 THIESEN BUILDING >' .

Fla. lands, t. I i leptember.c\obe f. J.83 Company _ _ S -. :. :: .
/ SALE--Nice. clean old : I''Octobsr-NoTwabcr ...'. "

FoR pers at five cents a bundle.' newspa This' of.- SAFETY Deposit Boxes for rent, in connection I'Novenabar-Dececiber DeoeE aIIUJT'......... ..'. VESSELS-IN PORT. [VAI1SVILLLAsDTRRllAUT[ RR- WM. D. HOWE, ,:; 'f'fAnORNEY

tfice.IFOR. with which there is, a private room where Livorpool Spots,625. Steamships.Capenor AND COUNSELI03 AT LAW ..

one SALE with capacity OR RENT for 75 Two thousand lighters ft; depositors may: look over the contents of their New York--Cotton Market Br ss Luke 1651 Porto 14J/2' EAST GOVERNMENT ST. .. ;> .,

lumber, the other thirty thousand ca- b xes at their leisure Open' High Low Close Prayo, to Rix M. Robinson. .. t
j>adt\ Rates reasonable. Also two I ,January10.77 10.77 lo. i 10.72 Clematis' Belgian ss, 2267, Leenaers SAFES SAFES I SAFES!I' SAFES I '
10.S4 10.86 Antwerp, to S. P. Shotter & Co. -
I March 10.80 10.80 '
skiff beats for sale 'cheap 22 ft. long Buy Liebold Safes
MaT UoM 11.35 11.47 1160 Exmoor Br ss Storehouse. 2297, :.
t; ft. beams. Telephone or write J. A.
July 11.29 11.80 11.20 11.24 Madiera to Hyer Bros. Scarritt Moreno Agent. :
Chaffin & Co., Milton Fla. 25mar -
1L03 1180 Port :
1097 2122
August 11.99 GracJa, Span s$ Ruin
......... 10.76 ..
October 1065 10.67 Tampa to Gulf Transit Co. ;
ON THE HIGH LAND-East Hill elec-
December........10.74 10.75 1065 10.67 Ida, Span 2267, Liverpool to S. ', :
tric car line six lots 100 ft. front ss I Pensacola, Si Andrews and :
FIRST NATIONAL BANK Liverpool Spots.61I'.w $ P. Shotter & Co. ,.
J.iy W% deep, corners J700 Inside '
York ,,18o
Spot.. Kirkwood, Br ss 1952. Tulloch Rio -
Jots $600. There are no better situa.tlons Gulf Steamship Go.
than these lot A. V. Clubbs. oe! Janeiro to Keyser & Co. ::, {
0 OF PENSACOLA, FLA. Whett.. Louise Ger ss 1480 Bohndorf Ant STEAMER TA RPO N :;
JUST RECEIVE!*-Large suipment ol Open Hick LouClose werp to J. Schreyer. .
imported Olive OIL Retail by pint, May-..MX 84" 84 84' Verbena, B; ss. 1504 Mann, Norfolk W. t. ':iARHOVV, Master, ;
gallon or larger quantity. G. Morasso W.. H...KSOWLBS T. W;BRUIT,Pro*a.andW.NBoUR W.E.HTEB JR.,IIt.OahleJ'll.V.-Pre and CasMer. Jmlj....'.82 .. 84, 83X 82MCorn. to H. Baars & Co.ShIps. FIRST-CI4A: PAbaiiAUJi.itFJIEU : AND .:'. : )

& Co., ship chandlers and! grocers. 701 DIHI3I' OBS-F. O. Brent. W. A. Blount. W. H. Knowies W. K. flyer, Jr -T: bERVlCE .
South PalafoL 4oct. D. G. Brent. Open Sigh Cow Glow -JJetw.rlc- ,'. '
__ Kay........... .9 4914 483 d84Jc1y PENSACOLA. MOBILE. APALACH
NOTICE TO CANDIDATES Those L -. ......'? f 473 47 47" Canara, IlL ship 1495. Repetts Genoa COLA. CARRABELLE.: ST. AN. .
wishing to make a successful run .. .
to Master. DREWS. MILLVILLE. '
ehoulj supply themselves with a bottle New York Stock Marktt Haryest Queen, ';Brit ship, Forsyth,I ) And all points on St Andrews Bay :
of PLUTO. Now is the season to Carrabelle ar.a Apa'a"hlcola.
Open dos Rio' Janiero to order. ''
prepare your stomach and liter City Pensacola Improvement Bonds Iou'hlm PactA..,... ;.> 63>{ 647gQopper Ophelia, Nor ship, 1127 Larrsen, SCHEDULE -
against all diseases. Pluto' will do it. ., ..i>&i.n 1004 108% ] *' i THROUGH SERVICE! Leave Feus&cola Bunaat, 8:30 p .
For sale by all druggists and grocers .A.B.H. I38HA 135Ji.A.Mh Dunkh'k.fL'! VIA o. for Mobile Alt .. ;
wholesale by Jas McHugh. ,Denomination, $1,000.00 Each. ..............._........... ss I I L.&N.E&T.H.and Leave Pensacola, Tu sda}. 8:30 p. .
*A.......*......%tf*.......'. 11 5155)4) Barks, I C.&E.L m.tfor St. Andrews, iliUvhla, Ap* ,
FOR .SALE.-Improyed and unlmproved Dated Jan. 1, 1906., Maturing Jan. 1, 1936. Redeemable 1,1926.. R.B T.......:.'.*.v, 8SiJ 83 Antigua Nor bit 1348 Ferguson. : 2 Vestibuled Through Trains Daily f\ lachicola, Carrabelle and inter mediae ;
property in all parts of the city. NASHVILLE TO CHICAGO Xl .
..i'! :. to A. Zelius.
B.a 0 1073-i 106 New Orleans points.
J. A. Wilaon & Co., Real Estate.Agents Interest. Payable Semi-Annually.- !, : Brie..........i..iS: ?. 437S 43% Dharjvar, SweedJ, 1271 Olssen THROUGH SLEEPERS DAY COACHES For additional IstormatJon: api Iy 1 1 .
Room 7, Salisbury building. Phone Co J'.l'.,...**....*..... 50% t040 { Rio Janeiro to H. H. Borer. IcEW ORLEANS TO CHICAGO! I J. R. SAUND nS. ..
172.- _ _ _-23jan We Offer For .Sale These. Bonds Subject to U.8.;........of..r_._,....... 40 %' King Malcolm, It bk Gufi, 1233. Ge-: D.H.HILLMAN.O.A.DIKING CARS SERVING ALL S.L MEALS EOOEES EN U.S..prefesTed..4,.. 10)% 106% .... GeL Frt. and Pass. Agt
AUTOMOBILES. am agent for the i'.oa to Huges & Co. I INk NIHVtLU. n. IL'. .
Pope Mfg. Co. and can sell you autos Prior Sale, in Amount to B.S":'..---p..,.-. 2%.' S8K1C Luisa, haL bk. 1591 Montano from ...---,............ -". Pensacola. Fla. ,
.. ... ...
L." .. ... .,... .;. Ii143. IH
from $500.00 up. They cost less than .'. : Nolloth to master.
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: Suit Purchaser. .
Lu.d-.r..1' .7 76%
horses to keep up. They can be run i H.P.'i........... ......,.....',9dMet. V4L. Lake Erie; Itl! bk., 928, Bfigan Bas-
in sand or anywhere a horse can go. (:'r' .!......'...... .". "... ...... 1115} 1161" som to Master. RAILROAD COMPANY
.Leslie E. Brooks. Correspondence Invited. C6LN...........;;'.:.. 160 159% Port Sonoclan, Uruguay bk, 1112, LOUISVILLE & NASHVILLE ,

IOR SALE Three barber chairs and Jr.T.C .._ ......... 14<% 140 Ferres; Henteyideo to German. American Through Mi Local Tina Tables Between Ponsacola' aid Points Karih.:!
combination four-chair mirror. Callor THE PEOPLE'S BANK OF PENSACOLA P.O ...,. No Bale Ubr. Co. .
write J. A. R'D'Q. .......... IS1" 13lj Paalo Angelo Ital bk 1136 Bezzo. READ DOWN READ UP
Billingsley E. Government St..P...r,.............18 % iss.I. Parfcwood. Nor bk '756 Lunde- Trains Nos Trains Nos.
ISaprlm .. .:.. t 15 y !6IS. guard .St, Nazaire to Or( 'er. 2 4 3 1
FOR R-\.LE-Ten new and second PENSACOLA, FLA. ....' 87JS 87T.O.L. % Precursore Ital bk, Schiafflno! 1508 h:05pm 11am I Lv. .. .Pensacola. . .Ar. 5:0Qao (:OOpn6:30a.m
second hand office safes different ._. WA 14i% Genoa to' Rosasco Bros. .. ..Montgomery.: .. .Lv. 9:35pm 11:15am
sizes, best makes at bargain prices. Penn'.... ..................... 133P. 1U. Rebecca Crowell. Am bk 491, Daw, : .6:: pm Ar.Ar ... .Blrm'ngbam . Lv. 4:2pm: 8:33am
11:4Sam 9:1&pm: I
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Scarritt Moreno efflce East Govern- No. 5603. 14g" 148% Porto Rico to J. L Kelly & Co. 7:25pm 3:17an; Ar. .. .Nalihvllle. . .Lv. 8:45am: 2:2San

meat St. 24mar Ausley & Co's. Daily Cotton Letter. Sterling Nor bk, Ellepsen' Labita -8O0m a:31am Lv. .. .Nashville..Ar. 8:17am: 2:06am
FOR-SALE-A fine piece of waterfront C..W.E. CURKVice-Presidentand LAMAR President. Cashier. JOHN J. W. ANDREWS.PFEIFFER Assistant Assistant Cashier.Cashier.M. ;New York, May 18.-Liverpool, ,was Bay to order. 1:2am: 8:1ain I Ar. .. .Evansvllle..Lv. 3:00am I 9:20pm
property 50 feet front on West abbut as expected this morning spots --- 1:40am: !::10 mAr. . .St Louis. . .Lv. a:4Spm 3:39pm:
Hay Shore at the foot of Clubbs street being reduced 'one point on Gales of Schooners. 7:5Opm 3ftam Lv..Nashville . .Ar. I 1:2lam: 2:15am:
with a 4 room .house front and back THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK 15,000 bales, while futures were frac Annie M. Brit schr., 397 Carter 2Ham I 8:80ain Ar..Louisville . .Lv. 2:45am: 9:30pc
gallery has a nice wharf about 250 ,. tionally higher but the English market Mantas to J. A. Merritt & Co. 7:2am 12:01h'n Ar..Cincinnati . .LV. / 11:00pm: ( 6:00pm
feet long running out to deep water OF PINSACOLR, fLA. failed to hold its position and Annie F. Kimball Amer sch 337.
from {the front gate. For a few days closed 3 to 4 paints lower. Sweetland. Havana to master. : Between Pensacola, Mobile and New. Orleans.
it will be offered at only $1500 DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES, ,
only Our markets opened 'steady from 1 Donna Christina, Am sch McLeod f ,
cash. Apply to Jos. I. Johnson at CAPITAL STOCK, $200,000. SURPLUS $60.000. )o 2' points higher but as the cables 165 Cardenas.S. 6&7 2&.3 4&.1 3&.2 1&.4 5&.6
L. Friedman & Co.'s store. 5may came in showing the weakness in Liv. G. Haskili,. Am sch 569 Staples :OOam 1.0: 11:6 amLv--peniaCOI; : Ar. 5OOam'4:00pm: 6:30pmI:4am :
LEASE OR RENT DIRECTORS. erpool prices gradually sold off some to Order. 2:55am 4l2pmAr .Mo1>Ue .Lv.12:4-am11:59am: : 2:35PIi
FOR SALE \ew York. :
\ Orleans 8:16pml.: . ..... 9:25am :
New. Lv.1
ten realizing sales but the lJ:15pm.u.:
Houses on water front at Little Bayou Henry L,' Covlngtonj Frank Reilly, F. E. Brawner, points on 6:00pm: 7l5amI .
near car line. Good bargains. J. M. Pfeiffer W. S, Rosasco, C. W. Lamar. bears showed no special aggressiveness A. M. LeFRANCAIS, Pensacola, River Junction and Jacksonville. ,
Apply to Phillip Hannah Little Bayou. Bryan Dunwody T. F. McGourln, J. R. Saunders, and. the bulls*only gave passive VETERINARY SURGEON. Flomaton
8ma>3w* A. M. Avery W. ". Milton 0. E. Maura support, the New York crowd seem PHONE 497.COFFEE. 21 5 I 1 I 3 1 Trans do not stop at stations I 2 I 4 1 I 6 I 22
W. L. Cowthon, Dr. W. J. Hannah McKenzie Oertlng ingly pur$ of their position were con Daily\D:1.lY1D8.11ytpaUY! where no time is shown I Da1ly lDa1Iy'Da1lyfDa1ly

FOR SALE-Three team joke in of oxen and- Alex McGowin, C. M. Covlngton, M. E. Clark. tsnt to let prices drag ana' force out :::: .' 4:55 23tI 2:501 Lv.. '. omaton. .Ar. 12:45: t:25 8:2" .. ..
log cart; good good condition the tailors, as't> do not care for
y .. ..Century .. .112:40: 121 8:21. .. ..
and -working every day. Price Safety deposit boxes for rest. at $2.00, $3.00 and $5.00 the year. Private department. 1 I too much company at the present. .. 6:00 2-11 2:35: !*3:05/.t./ :.1. .. .Bl'Utr.Sprlngs' . .lZ33 IU 815. ...
f ZOO. Call on or write J. A. Chaffin & connection' for convenience of customers. The amount of cotton brought into ,
!-.. 5:1712:51'3:20 .. lcDavid. ... ...12:22. 1:05: 8:06. ....
Co, Milton, Fla. 29aprlmJXDR : :week at
sight for the is estimated .. ... .
3:04u:36 .. ..PineBarren .12:08: U:52 7:55. .h
Time )
interest Paid .. 6:3
: SALE-Lady's saddle, extra) Four per cent on I 105,000 bales ajt against 98,067 last .
3 3t3:501. .:\Ioino.: . .11:69: 12:43 7:47. ....
5:39: : "
good; fine Shepherd ddg; also' week 161,808 last year and 45558 the . .5:43: . .4:04: e. ... .Quintette .. ...1l:51.12:3.i7:39.: : ....
brand new Century Encyclopedia and year previous. We: are inclined to We are the Pionee \*4:11.: .. ..Cottase Hill .. .11:44 .12:29 .7:34 .....
Dictionary. Address 1102 East Gads- think this would have had a more depressing .ii:531.3:2 .. .11:40 ....
H.Cantonment 731.
Coffee. Roasters of :. : *561; 3:291.4:15.: ea ;
den St., or phone 285. 9may effect upon values were it not . .6:01 *3U; .4:231.: .. .. ..Gonzaiez. .. .11:35t.U:21: .7:26 .....
NOTICE TO CANDIDATES-Those L. >TG8KBNP\: esroisi.. T.MANSFIELD B. WBLliUS MORENO, VioHPsR.U.BTJSHNFLl4ClfiBRB. 8S1'.CU1UD n. for statement the fact to be that published the visible this evening supply,; West. Florida.MUGH'S .. *6103.3:36: : *4:2 .. .. ...Roberti.. .. .. ...11:33'12:19: : '.7:24 ....
.. .. .Olive. .. $11:2912.47:1G:21 .....
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wishing to make a successful run *6Hi.2:45t4:4 is.
is to show a heavy decrease or r
should supply themselves with a bottle Citizens National Bank account likely of the large takings by Big ...f.. : *3:61 4t8... .. .. .Brent. .. .. ...11:15 .U.04 .1:03.....
of PLUTO. Now is the season to '.- Jkh and Continental Spinners 'during .. 6:253:54452: : : .. .. .Gouldi g .. .11:11.12:01 7:05.: ....
ol PeBaacoU, World BLENDS / .. ..Pensacola .. .Lv. 11:05: 11:55 7OO....
prepare your stomach and liver OZRECYOR&a. the week.: .. : . 6:3014:00: _:_ 6:001 Ar. ,

against all diseases. Pluto will do it ... W.Wright. Morris Ear. T.B.fCAlles. Six M.Robinson. L. EilUa Qre n. 'There are numerous reasons given. }:0.21 t fKO.2
For sale by all druggists and grocers for thg steady and persistent buyingof PX I
wholesale by Jas McHugn. A GEHIRJIL BAKKINC BUSINESS TRArVSACTCD the actual cotton at 'Liverpool thE< have equal. A trial) 5:06'' ... .... '1:00 LT. ..Pensa.co1a. . .Ar : .. ....t 11:15
... most.plausible of which were that th ..no 5:201.: ......' .1:13. .. ... .Bohemla.. .. .. ... ..... ... .....'16:5&
FOR SALE-Fine pot flowers. spinners did not have nearly. so mud L will convince the connoisseur 5:2ZI. .... 7:15. .. .. Gull P int. .. .. .11:33.'LQ:53. :
Apply 1408 E. Gadden! St. or phone cotton as they have been trying tpia&e < : . ...... ... .. ..Ynetra.! .. ... ........ ... .....10:50()
f53 6-rin'gs. Mrs. J. J. Rogers. the world believe antf, are forced that we S 5: .. .... 7:18: .. .. .. .Escambia. .. ... ... ... .1-GU '
ISmaylm. a p ;:". ciA cr CC> Jno.a to have it to carry them over.until thE make no extravagant .5:401.291" .."..---. '1:25. ...%}Iuat.: .. ... .. ... .. ...... ....'10:3.
; ]:'ew crop begins to move and the othe: : C 5:45 .. .... .. .. . .Harp. .. .. .10S... ... ...'10:33:
FOR SALE-Fine hotel site; best sH- 1\"hol.uJe\ and i&U IIl.r ill was that the reports sent to then: "Clall1lr I 5:57. .. .... 7:3 .. .. .Galt CUy. .. .. .. .. .. .. ...*101
uatlon in the city for a tourist ho- Steam, Domestic, Anthracite A I from America indicatad a late crop 6:03.: .. .... 1:39.. .. .. .Mnton. .. . ... lO)5( .... 10U '
tel, 130 feet fronting south by 172 feet and :Blacksmith W AL. tome considerable, damage from th< :35''. .... .. .... 0 .. ...Good Range .. . .. .. .. .... 9f : .
deep on East Government street over W late cold ,snap and abandonment o: Wholesale' and RetsMGROWERS S 7:031. .... 8:15.. .. .. .H3ts. .. ............. .. .1..... 9':15:
looking Seville square and Adams Otnce-No. n.South Palafox street. Telephone 93. ,the .fields on account of the scaroit;: I . ..... 830. .. ... .Milllgad. .. .. .. 9:13.; ... ... 85
Street with open view Qf Pensacolabay Yar4 tpmVr :Tarragona/ and Gonzalez rtreets. Phones' 5 and 371Builders of labor and seed to replant but b: :: .. .... 8.38.;: .. ...Cresh.ew. OO' 9.04. .. .....8:38
110,000'wil1 buy the: property- '. ..a'illlIL '_" _-=" this as it'may they are buying the cotton ; 7:40.: .. .. ... .... 8:56. '0 .. .Deer Land. . ......... .. .. 8:01:
.. heavily to matter whether thE. I. .-.. S ..1105sy Head .. ... 8:33.: .. .. 7:40
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lapr.: .<........... 8:331. !
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TTTT........ V.,.... ........... price Js:u!*? or down, and such a splendid ; ( FeedStuffs 1 9:16..9:3: 1;. l'.DeFunlak Springs. .. ..1 8:13. .. ... 6:51

WANTED To money : spot demand must- necessarily and .alt kinds. of S t:30 .. ..... 9:44 ;. .. .. .Argyle . .... .f. 1H.. .. .. 642
watches. Jewelry loan and on your ef- ? Supplies. We have a full carloadof .sooner or later have its effect. .upor 9:52.: .. .......... '"9:57.. .. Fonce D I.r.on. .. 1:29.. .. .GO
v&lues aa force them to work considerably .. .. .WestvUle. .. . 1:17.. .. .6:00
fects. Highest cash price for old gold Carey's Magnesia! Flexible Cement Roofing, .absolutely 10:11.: . ... 10:10.: :
and higher. 10 %2''. .... 10':15.. .. .. ..Cary\lIe. . 1:12.. .. 5:52 ,.
silver.. Phone Lightman & Klein 106 E.Bright. waterproof and fireproof. We can put:it Yon Mr. Price seems to have-worked th< 10:45.. .. ....;..10:30..Bonilay.. .. .. .. .6:55. ......... 5U

1127. or ;you can,. Cheaper than shingles. 'statistical and frost racket to a finish Pluto WaterWholesale 11:12. ........ 10:47. }oo ... .Chipley . .. 6:37.: .. .... 4:55
FOR SALE-14-foot skiff copper fastened and like Mr; "WSggs has ;now droppec : 11:29. .. .... 10:58.: .. .. .Aycock .. .. 6:27. ....... 4:39
/ and double 11 H. G. DeSILVA CO. into-,poetry. As a missionary? hs ntil .. .. 6:18.. .. ..
new oars locks; also Phone. 11:43.. .. ... : __ .. ...Cottondale. 44
barrel breech !zes everything. Stocks both at Net .. .. ... ......
loading shot gun VA..v# .VM\Y. """' AW .' 12:10..1.. .. "., .. Iarianna. 3:55
used one' season; all for 2500. Address .. .. ... ,. Orleans depleted and New and York with are the being advent rapidly o: and Retail 12:44.. .. ... .....1107. .. .. .Cypress. .. ... .... 5:38.. ... ...,. 3U
-B. E.White Box 5, Warrington : WWL --' will be.but spot. '12:55. .... ... 11:52.. .. ..Grand Ridge. .. .. 3:01
-- -- there little .
fla. -- July pres .Sneads. .... % U
13maylw Order Your sure to.affect.that month. 1:13.... ... ... ," 5:32..s. :
fuR SALE Nice, clean old newspa- Too'much rain In some section! ,Orleans GroceryCo4Jas. . .. .1.1:0. .River Junction %:3()
.. and WOOD New .. Lv 4:0.
pers. All whole and useful at home ,iCE GOAL and too little Ja others are the factors! 1 10:501. ... .. At' .. .Jacksonville. I ..

Cr) in, your store. Only five cents per __ : '.rem theoAEUInCrS' In the new crop positions The growIng t All 4. :IP\II lAM I .1P1I.
bundle. I Ice and Fuel Company season is always one of damage: McHugh Trains-21 and 22 and trains S and 3 carry through sleeping car betwe*
and we do not believe complaints Air Line.
toR SAL eoond hand 25 H. P. complaint Pensacola and Jacksonville via River Junction and Seaboard
Office Corner 1 Chtje and Tarraront. Phone 251. this year are in except of thE, .- .' 4
n.s boiler. Will sell cheap. Apply to t : __- _____ -. ______ __ usual Phone' 105._ Proprietor. Trains stop oa alp&
Method lAundrl.UJJrU ---- : ,

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!it I"i. __ IUnderwear r SPORTS] ] MoneY"'Saved" DEIELOPMENT'IN[ [ Cons l1 plion and ..Heniorrhages Cured

is money made, and -,owing.to the late -
Shre'veport at last has been defeated
and that too by Montgomery. The shipments of clothing this season, SOUTHERN T Doctors pronounced as |in.

Sieepyvilla bunch'woke up 'and un 'er have decided to sell' all,suits .In stock curable: Miss Minnie Qiiroy1
' For the guidance 'of Roy Hale shutout the at !
Firatea. of Morrison, Colo.,-Who !
> sufi

<, Memphis Birmingham and flanked.was' again Yore trimmed wail and by Greatly Reduced Prices, STATESTradesmans T[ Iii ? l1I% fred agonies from consumptIon .

woe in the Steel City.
New Orleans defeated Nashville and
1 Summer Stock too large to make special mention
and Atlanta.vanquished Little Rock. of each price, but, just & :/; severe coughing spells. She

1Fr r STANDING AND RESULTS Take a Lookand '- : Reyiew.Reports Fine ic I (,.?'. .. 'fr .c -v 1 wasted away to a shadow
,. and had
i I The kind that make for J .. V. rfr1 given up all hope

}: comfort in the "Good Old Southern League.Won Lost Pet. you will readily see where you list for Weef Just ::4< when she decided to try

,1i Summer Time." There's .. 7 750 can save money. illy windows show "
Shreveport .. .. 21 I Duffy's Pure Halt
: Balbriggan, Linen Mesh, New Orleans .. .-. ..18 9 667 you latest arrivals In Underwear, Passed. ::4_ : ; ; Whiskey,

I ;; Crepe Silk and Nainsook Memphis .. ,. .. 17 10 630\) Shirts, 'Shoes and Hats, In" the best 4.
I -long and short sleeves'in I I Birmingham .. .. .. ..18 14 563 grades and latest styles, and, I can i' >; Miss Qiiroy began to im.

( Atlanta .. .. . .15 15 500 save you money on' everything wear; Chattanooga Tenn, May 18. The at

1.: shirts; knee or full Montgomery . .11 17 386 able.JOS.COLEMAN. approach of the.summer is in.no. way _ :: -iI4 prove once and gained 15

length in drawers. Nashville .. .. H oo .10 22 313 !hc' :' .. : s pounds during the first
. 214 indicated by a lessening In the Industrial two
Little Rock' .. 6 22
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C' .
e. -
development throughout the f months. She is
( today harpy

; $1.00 to $6.00 a Suit Atlanta Yesterday's 4; Little Rock Results.2. .week south. ending and southw in, full(: keeping;-' l"f ct,with' for the the. I i< ::1 -. : : t :-!., ;: + i: well and strong, and>

: glimmer Hose, 15 and 25' Montgomery Memphis 3: Birmingham 7; Shreveport 0. 0. unprecedented activities that ha.vebeen v' ..,fcs % # 1A( writes the following letter

cents; black, gray and New Orleans 2; Nashville 1. So noticeable in: the past twelve : of thankfulness :

fancies. -- months. In adition to ina'uistrijs 'ofacharacter

South Atlantic League. REAL [ESTATE[ similar to others previously "I suffered for a. long thus with"
( a '#
;. Won Lost Pet. .e ?s +2.ViV4-u& 3 "l tion and! had terrible attacks of iSnSSK
Augusta ... .. oo .. ..20 8 714 established the pistweeli'steport contains '2 % ; k .' Q?::': run and down.hemorrhages.My breathing I lost became flesh and difficult was'?
Charleston ., . 14 13 513 some that are newer for that % painful and the doctors pronounced me
Jacksonville .. .. .. ,13 14 483 sectIons noticeable a rope and twine S Cl', ly curable. m'
... .... 500 : "I decided at last to try Duffy's Pure Vai
Macon .14 14 ,
TheJohn White [ -. .
i TRANSFERS mill at'Huntsville, Ala.; a buck factory S ,. .'. 3 -I. v Whiskey and procured a bottle. I beear
t Columbia. . 12 16 428 ; ;:> :-_ : Improve at once and gained fifteen
." Savannah .! .,. .12 17 414 at JFWatka, FJa.; a veneering C. 4 I .. : -k.: i--' ..)'.. ihe first two months. My cough was re 1 !
Phone plant at Asheville, N..C., and a .thresh- C .f:4. :-. :. : ..e :.v ,:; 'lieved. the hemorrhages ceased and I now
Store feel splendid in every way. I
can sle
: UL Yesterday's Results. ing machine company Temple, Tex., S soundly and have no more restless nights a
: Columbia 8; Savannah 2. the latter being a branch of a northern -: :.: ':- -- ; : "I cannot say too much In praise of DultVi
f the deeds re
Macon 10 Charleston 5. Following is a list. Pure Malt Whiskey as It has permanent

I 205.207 S. PAALFOX ST. Augusta 2;;. Jacksonville 0: corded yesterday reported by the concern who have .found it of interest --------i -_ ._..-.. ...J do cured any me good.after"-MINNIE doctors' CILROY.medicines Morriso-i failed ta
of and advantage to have auxiliary :
an -
Colo., November %1.1905Duffy'S *
Pensacola Abstract Co.: f- MISS MINNIE GILR03 _
plant located in the Eouth. The complete
!" .. .. National League. J. F. Rhodes to John E.axweil, list of industries, reported by
:Won Lost PetChicago
: ..t',-. I. ..21 8 72S lots 14 and 15. block 114 Maxent. Trt.-. The Tradesman Is as follows: : Pur .M"alt Whiskey
Morris Dannheisser $1 and other considerations.W.
New York., OO' oo' ,.. .22 11 667 J.- S. McGaughy Alabama. .
B. Runyan and
'Fitts burg .. . oo .16 12 571 11 to 'It. Shemeld..Power plant cures coughs colds. consumption grip bronchitis and pneumonia. stimulates and enriches the blood,aids digestion,traito
lots 15.
(Formerly of Dannheisser Bros.): Philadelphia .. .17 14 648 to Leslie E. Brooks Mobile-$50,000 ice factory. up the nerve tissues, .tones up the heart and fortifies the system against disease germs. It, prolongs life keeps the M
Pure Old Rye and Bourbon. Fine' Toston .. .. oo 13 15 464 elusive, in block 170, New Clty'Tract; Huntsville -$50.000 rope and twine young- and tbe-.. #>ung strong. It contalris no fusel,. ell ,and is the only wblskey recognized as a medicine. This is a i guarantee,,
Wines. Beer and Tobacco. St. Louis .. .. 13 16 450 ?100 and other considerations. mill. :
oo J. D. Waters to Leslie! E: Brooks, .Florence trrIQN.-; When yon uk'for Daffy Pure Matt Whiskey. be tore JOB fit the genuine. Uaicrapalmu dealers,nlndfel of the cxcetleaci
: Old Cincinnati oo oo oooo .11 20 355 ; -412,000 brick works. of this preparation,will try to tell yon cUe pimttatio..and malt whiskey obititate.which are posfUvely harmful. Demand Duff's"
Hickory Whiskey MySpecialty Brooklyn .. oo oooo .. 9 22 290 lots 7 and 8 in block 28-- West King :Birmingham $50,000 construction be care you. let It. It Is the only absolutely pure Malt Wbllltc,. Sold In Mated bottto only; never. bulk. Look for tho tr de-in.rk.the"014
.' 12 W. Zarragossa Strut Tract, $tOO and other consideration's.T. company. Chcml.: 811 the label and be certain the se.l over the cork is II1Ibrokea. All druggIsts and rccrs,Qr 4Lrccl, 1.0o.IIoWe. Medical booklet
Con- u4 doctors'adYicc tree to soy one. Dully Malt Wb1IkC1 co.,RKlicator.New York. -- -
PENSCAOLA. FLORIDA. Yesterday's Results. D. Brux et ai. to Elizabeth < Easier- $30,000 land company.

Cincinnati 7; Boston 6. zalez lots 7 and 8, -b10ek 14Dallas. Fort Deposit-$10,000 canning fac
Tract and other considerations. -- x N. GOt.DRI MG Distributer.
Pittsburg 7; New York 6. $1 tory.

: VVO'OD Brooklyn 7; St. Louis 2. J. W. Bullard to trustees of First .Selma-$ ,OOO electrical supply com .
Chicago 14; Philadelphia 5. Christian church of Pensacola. E. '64 company. -
ft. 2 in. of Arpent lot 26;', Old City.;I Arkansas. pany. r """' -"W'III
All kinds that you want. American League. $5000. (Harrison-'$50,000 mineral wells. Tennessee.

Won Lost Pet. Trustees Palafox Street Methodist ''AugU6ta- 50,000 power, light ana' Cleveland KnoiTllls' --Marble$20,000 flouring mill. Nearly 142 Million Dollars New Insurance

Philadelphia .' . ..19 7 731 Episcopal Church, South to Pensaco- water plant plant.
OAK AND PINEcheaper Cleveland t. .. ... 16 10 612 la Investment Co., beginning.at the S.' Idttie Rock- $100,000; mine. struction Memphis-450,000 concrete'c n

: Detroit ?,.. oo ," .14 ,12 577 E. corner of lot 56,:Old 'City, Ihenee Humphreys-Construction company. pany. company.' ; $20,00 coal com' Written By The Equitable in 1903
.. .. 12 520 I ,
New York.. .13 Florida. ,
than you can buy running N. 96 ft., thence ')V.--100 :$:, St Elm --$50OOO brick and tile
.. 515 .
Louis .. .. 14 13 Palatka-tBucket factory.
: It anywhere. Any size you St. thence S. 96 ft., thence E. to point "of' works.
want. Washington .. .. .. ..12 14 460 beginning fronting 86 ft. on Palafox I' Georgia. Texas.UlufSeCotton which shows the confidence: the people of the coumrj
'. . .. 14 460
12 .
Chicago Lou1sville-Oil-tactory;company.Rome1 have in the "Equitable. 'Send
St. by 100 ft on-Garden. ,. 45009. gin.Coieman$50,000 us your 'jame. a.re and ad
Boston .. . .. 8 21 283 1
-$15,000 canning factory;
'Pensacola Land & Improvement Co.,' lumber company. dress.!
L 6. SEWELLPhone mill.
Yest rday'a Results. to Jos. B. Lockey, block'169, New,City I $25,000'AbanY-l.\cid plant. Montgomery-$5,000 coton gin.

10 Washington 0 Tract, $1000 and other'considerations. Dalton l65.000 mill. r Sniithville-$10,000 saw mill. j ,. Insurance Gen'! A
614.H Chicago : : --$ cotton : ts
Gordon KnowlesBros.
P.Britson -
W. M. Nored. Mabe1Nored an4 T. Telephone
New York! 14. ;4;St Detroit Louis"Phlladephia. 3. by Special' Master to ,A X' 'Tulsa_ -$50,000 Indian oil Territory.an&'gas company.. I. Port.Arthur $2Qt)00) ( ...lumber com ', Fir' ; Life;; '. Pensacola

Cleveland 14 Baston 1 Fisher S. 40 A, of loU ll'tnd 12:} of = pany. i
; I Henry tta.-""'JlO.OOO poyer plant.
\ Sec. 24, T. 1, S. of R.L31 W., also'per.sonal -, Chickasha-Water works and sewerage Houston-$10,000 lumber company; -
property, $175 ] steel tank plant; $6.000 lumber company -
Upon. --
Do Not be Imposed .system. -i--
:- --
I J. C. Van Pelt to J. D. fc ; $10,000 tie, and lumber com
: Waters Kentucky. ..............................3.
: Foley & Co., Chicago, originated W% of lot 1, SeclVT. 2, S.'of'R.. 31! Livermore-Brick wprQ;.. pany. Li.i. _. 4H.....4...$4.....
Honey and Tar as a throat and lung W.. $1 and other considerations.! Paris-Gas plant. Bellvu* 'Building and loan com PENElAOOXAA.

rif remedy, and on account of the great J. C. Pebley to 3., WallacE Lamar SheIbyYiHe-T-$20fl.OOflji.t lephone Sys- pany.. <; .* Iron Works \

, tIItLtII1 merit and popularity of Tbleys Honey lot 18, block 38, West King Tract U' tern. .-.< -tHopklnsville and Tar, many imitations are' offered and other considerations;. company.Clyde$20.000
-$25.000 wooden mill ; JJ&aufacturaw
: ct lumber Repairers) of MACHINERY AND BOILERS, t I
These worthless imitations company.
for the genuine. H. A. Brosnaham to trustees Jno. Louisiana. .
Waxahachie .- $16,000 machine f
. have similar sounding names. ;
A. Brosnaham deceased, all grantors New Oleane$10O,000construction works, : REPAIRS A SPECIALTY. Prompt attention given to all orders. f :
Beware of them. The genuine Foley'aHoney right title and 'int resfn} alf $150,000. canning and -ic9
property company; MoCauley- 40,000.-lumber company. day or night Agents for James McKay. &; Co.'s celebrated Log and I
J. ind Tar is in a yellow pack. in whatever kind 'derived fofr provisionof factory; $500,000 meta>cand manufacturing Tyler-$15',000 canning factory. i T1iber:Dogs, also chains,of all descriptions. Once! phone 128. Resi f
'" for and refuse sub-
age. Ask it any the will of his late father, Jno. plant; $50,000 electric burglar dence phone 1029. P. 0. Box 123. PHIL WITTMAN
Stephenville-Concrete construction Mgr
, stitute. It is the best remedy for Brosnaham, deceased. $11.500. alram tQmPany; $5,000 exhaust blowpipe company. .4....... 444.. .....a...4........4.................
:. THE GREAT FOX cotfghs and colds. For sale by W. A. E. J. Elliott to Lee Daniel all of ..company. AllceCotton: gin.Finthnla4Cotton .

:: D'Alemberte. block 133 West King Tract, $1 and Mississippi. ( sin. -
!Bell Parairie-$5,000 gin and milling
; : Made In visible and invisible. Has' other considerations. San Antonio-$100,000 mining company : REWARD !
McDavid-Hyer Co. to W. R Taylor company.
: every point of merit any business man BUSINESS MEN ; $100,000 mining company.
, !, could desire. Light running speed & Co., all that. piece of land'lyIDJ'S.; Sumrall-45,000 telephone and telegraph 'Forth 'Worth-$25,000 lumber company

correctness and durability. Is guar- of lot 318 East of lots 316'and 317'and company. milL ;..$20,000 building and loan com Reward-A liberal reward is offered by an invalid for the
: anteed to do the best class of work for GET: CHAMPIONSHIPWON N. of property of Jos. Quina, bein'g 80 Batesrille430,000 coton pany. ,

i four rears. All cleaning and repairing ft E. and W. by 92 ft. N. and S.,;"Old oksburg-Power$500.000. plant.lumber company. San Augustine. -$10OOO lumber com- restoration of policy which he lapsed while in good health.

. done'free for two years. The Fox City of Pensacola $100 pany. .-
.. .- has been tested and accepted by hundreds OVER. BUSTER. BROWN'S BY Geo. Pennington et. al to W. L. Gulfport Highlandale-Saw 410,000 creosoting mill. .plant; Palestine-$400,000 light, heat and Address Shortsighted," 13 Short Street.

; : of ,thousands as beIng the best '\ Zachary lots 1 and 2, block 124 New power- plant; $20,000 sewerage company. :
I machine. Will be sent on trial free of SCORE.OF 18 TO 8 AT Y. M. City Tract, $500 and other consider. V10.000 DCatur-44.000 manufacturing cotton company.gin. Take policy in the Union Central and hold on to it.

t charge. Call von or write to 'C."A; LAST NIGHT. tions. .' Scranton-$4,000 cotton gin. "Burleson. $8,000. ,mill, and- gin ocm-

f. B. BRUCEi The baseball gam at the Y. M. C. Special Nero Nettles Master to and A.Grace'M.. McMillan Nettles,W by%: company.Carter-$5,000 gining- and milling pany. Virginia. B. S. WILLIAMS, General Agent.

A. last night proved on'of the most of the SWii, Sec. 20, T. 1, N. of R: Scranton ent block factory. Richmond-:$50,000 iron and metal -

i FLORIDAYou're interesting and enthusiastic that has 31 W. 81.65 A.. $75. Hattiesburg-$10,000 lumber com ,company. -
F. C. Brent trustee C. A. 'D'Alem Lever Run $5.000) telephone! sys
;, taken place. The gallery was :filled by : pany. '
-- -- ---- a throng.of cheering enthusiasts, the berte, W. 100 ft of lot 7, block '42. Houston-$10,000 lumber; company., tem" :. -,
fans of course very naturally by a Belmont Tract, $1 and! other .consider Meridian. 470,000 lumber company. 'Norfolk $75,000 building company; NEWM.ETHOD- lAUNDRY
large majority favored the Buster ations. Missouri. $10,000 art.furniture company; $50.000
I Brown's who played very fast ball in Walter V. Perry, et. al: to"Pensacola St, Loui $10.000 investment company gravel. and' brick company.: ,
th first part of the game. Investment Co., W4 of lot 243 block ; 12.000 supply ,and equipment; mineral Pennington Gap-$100,000 iron and I PHONE 1188 :E.W. LAWRENCE Prop. No.8 WEST ROHMST

Not The Business Msn proved their staying 28, Old City, $1 and other considera- company; $3,000 contracting corn company. i

I power, however and getting on to tions. IftIlY$5,000 investment company; Salem AppalicWa-Glass-$25,000 factory() J mini brick works.' ....' .........., ..... ....,..- ........ ........)..........
.' Welles's curves soon had things coming 150,000 vehicle factory; $30,000 fur- Powhatan mill.; I I. 9
o their way Rielly's pitching for rI1.--(, taca company; $10,000 investment "" Planing -
I : I the Business ?rfn proved one of the Kansas City-$15OOO investment West Virginia. !i PREPARATION( :
Well Dressed : Fairmont-$10,000'consaruction com
features of -the game. Garfield Wil- I Great j company; $50,000 land company. r.any. ''t !
Wentworth' developing -
son and Webb City-iiine.: $100,000 smelter. 1St. $25,000 -construction'
Albans -
i wonderfuHy and show promise of becoming 1 .Warsaw--:$25OOO mining an i'' development company ...._ .INOWAITS
star play m. '
company. !
Unless You're Thes? weekly-games at the Y. M. C. iDuenwegConcentrating plant. Guyandotts-$10,000 railroad con- ,

I A. are becoming one of the most interesting Joplin 475,000 mining company. etruction companr.'Lojan$25OOO I : i
. social features! of the organ Reduction in North Carolina. coal and coke company :
ization.- ..Thii'beIng the last game cf cotton mill f .! when you use gar for cooking :you have to make no prFPeratlon .
n-$100.0oo ; .
j' Indoor baseJiall for the season the '!- .Sistersville-$10,000 oil gas and -: for, fire buiidin'g-no long waits for the fire to.g, :
$25,000 hardwood company. .
Well Shod championship honors go to the BuI3 .. Greensboro' -Buggy factory: $23,000! mineral' company. :.'. hot- :-nothing to do but turn a value strike a matchwii-':.
ness Men.Outdoor. foundry. Kng\tood-$5:000! : brick works. I -prestoeverything's ready for cook'.ng. and you ci: f

baseball will now be taken Elm City-Lumber company. Parkersburg-$10,000 clothng fac i bake. stew, boil or fry-anything that can be done on an,

I up and uxt Friday the Y. M. C. A Apex-4100,000 development com ,tory.. other stove, and with no worry wait or fret. Only <**-:= :
The dressing of the feet is
as : I -
liamson-$2fOOO) mine. thirteendollars..
team will cross bats! at i .
imperative as that of the heador Beach with: the Bankers.Th Eye Glasses pany.. evil1e-Veneering plant] I .
body. score last night, was 18 to 8 in Charlotte $40,000 investment com- EAST, HIL'LBQ.ATING
. Nothing detracts more from favor .of'the. .Business. J.len., Lexington-$15.000 glass factory; -
the appearance that poorly o electrical supply company. The East,'Hill Boating and Bathing : Pens coa Gas Company i I IPhono
Stomach :Troubles.Mrs. ',
dressed.feet. . Dunn- -$25OOO supply and manufacturing
'Sueila'rtin, an old! and highly company. Club held an enthusiastic meeting !l.st i ,,! 24 and 27 E. Garden Street. I
i'- have the f fight at .the residence of F. M. Wil .
easiest of Mst:
The, way to respected( resident Faisonia Oklahoma.
feet properly shod is to bring was sick with stomach trouble for -''. '.it''f. El Reno $25.000 brick and tile company liams' +.+.+.... .*.t. .+++....+.++............+++++...+..*.

them to us. more thin' six months. 'Chamberlain's We are no\v"selling ; $5,000 telephone-company. ., consider The object th ,public of the bath meeting rooms.was The to I \. ,
and Liver Tablets cured her.
Stomach Temple1 Threshing machine com
The next time you need foot'w9ar I I majoritytof the members were againstit.
: just leave it to your feet She says"; .: .:"am'I'can now .eat anythIngI pany. Several Bother matters were con- A good 8 day Parlor Cloc.fc. .. :..... ... .. ... ... ... .", .. .$;.00
I want and the proudest womanin Blackwell-$100,000 lumber company Another meeting will beheld A 8-day Parlor Clock, with alarm J3.W
'They will :find their way to our' : sidered. .good .
tore and into a pair -of our the "world'tq? find.such a good medi ,Hawkes'T j at ilr, Williams's home next Friday 8-dayYlssjon. Ctaciw, JJL75 to....,... ...-.. ... ... ... ... ... . ,J3.0Q
\ famous cine. Fpr/.sale l by all druggists. : ountain View-$10,000. building com' .evening., Repairing atreasonable".prices.. .. -
pany. :* '
$3.50 OXFORDS.All RATS, : AND MICE: $2.501ye' Classes Lawton-$100,000 gas company. -I. f. DAVIS. JEWELER' at Cos's Book.Store -

Surely Exterminated by Stearns' Electric Chostaw City 48,000.gin. "' .and mill : .' ': -, .-

: ]leathers all styles. Rat .and .Roach .Paste. J comp'any.Sayre ..
The only .sure exterminator is for''Jil -$10.000 telephone system'"
Stearns' Electric Rat and Roach Paste.It ", Norman-$2,000.000 land company. N t ar tood Wins lEasyMQney is
Stillwater- mill and elevator ,
'is I to and
L easy use completely rids
the house,'pirn or store of rats, mice. ; company. Golden Health.IosTuM Saved.
$1.25 : Money
cockroaches. etc.Steajns' 7: Woodward-$25,000 land company. .
Alva--420,000 mill and elevator com '
.Electric Rat. and Roach 'J\ht easiest money one can get is the money saved in DU-:

:' H.O. ANCON Paste contains.a peculiar chemical pany.Heaston--$5,000.: telephone company.Sweetwatar47,000' Ing that which 'you neei If you would make your new
that ea.t\5ea.a; .burning 'sensation when -- 'gin and fuel I 'house%!cost less than your estimate you will not fa:! M
swallowed ,ani drives'the rats and i .
company. .gt our prices on lumber, brick, lime, cement. buiWr?
mice out. Ql the house. ,in search. of Guthrie-$300.000 lead company; ,har "'are, shingles, paint-We can furnish everything!
i; CASH CLOTHIER water, never to return W A. D'Alembene 300.000 packing company: land It naturally _follows that our prices will be lower on

Sold everywhera or ,sent express Clinton! Telephone system. such quantities.S4nders _
prepaid on receipt of price. Stearns' .,- .
South Carolina.
Corner Pafefai and Main. Electrlc' ;te.Co.. Chicago, Ill. Small! Druggist! and Apotleqr, : -AndersonrJieO.OOO'building anff '- ; Mill Company,
size 25 cents{ hotel size eght. times) lean"company.. a reaa n.
t J I the .auantity. JJ.OO. 12'| South, Piiifu- Street fpicofa,' flar : rtinburg-$15.00( f lumber, com- 77 7. 21 East Garden SfXef. ....
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