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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: June 2, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
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TWO BOMB :' FIRES r N NOMINATIQN QFPATTERSON f SWLRAGPRQPoSLS!! i r: ,


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TURD U rN' AT INTORAIN( ARE BIPJO CONSIDfRED-; .

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Both Missies Exploded at.. Same'I.MOHONK'CONFERENCE' ;: '. Left' Note' to Speaker, Saying Financial EXPRESS R[ IHJI[Bond Trustees Open Bids. far<- ,: ;' J .


Tmg: With a Single ;PETITIONS' PRESIDENT: Difficulties Were 'CONCEDEDTest' [ [ IIIHIIINTI Construction of Storm and .: "..- :;'", : i.


Vivid Flash. 4 -<\ the Cause.' Sanitary Sswars.WlTfflPJ : ,. J '

S ASKS THAT HE..INSTRUCTDELEGATES: TO THE HAGUE .cO fF.rt.: ,- : .

-ENCE TO URGE :THREE' MEASURES TO CONDUCE TO :ltf.- Vote at Tennessee Conven- t f : \
A TERRIBLE SCENE Discovered SomeJime After i THE: LIMIT

TERNATIONAL PEACE. i '. 1.

; Shooting by Negrojeil g. .-'.. Man. tion, Shows -He is Far in FIGHT[ ,, :

By Associated Press gress: 'of. nations'with advisory powers,1 : the Lead.BEUEVED'THAT
and Pools of fHli'DIED : i/ .
Corpses Wreckage Believed that t Contract \Will Be I
Lake Moionk! June l> The'! ; conference the general- arbitration treaty forlthe I' EMERGENCY'HOSPITAL I ,'.,.,. ,
on International arbitration today acceptance all nations and a plan. AT ," ,. -f -- :4 ;
Blood Everywhere. adopted resolutions petitioning for restriction of armaments and if I \ ; t '1 Awarded Today. .:, .: ) i .

President Roosevelt to :Instruct delegates possible their reduction by concurrent F'WITHIN- FEW. HOURS-'...... AFTER' J HE 'WILL BENOMINATED Several Injured in Wreck pn't the -., ., j" .
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the peace conference 'at The action. DEED COMMITTED-WAS, FOR GOVERNOR 1 '. -' i 1 :
COOLNESS OF KING ALFONSO Hague to urge'three measures to conduce Dr.:. ,Daniel ;0. Gilman reported for J Lake Shore Ry. Near'S$n- FIVE PROPOSALS SUBMITTED BY -. ; t
: to, international peace includingthe the special committee and Justice ONE OF-THE MOST, POPULAR THE, .FIRST. FORMAL 'BALL T- ,
WAS MARVELOUS MUCH ANXIETY !.-- plan to make The Ha'gue .conference .' Brewer of the United States supreme REPRESENTATIVES"1. Ohio. "JACKSONVILLE, NEW ORLEAN "'t 1
t { IN CON. dusky
BUT LITTLE PROGRESS MADE
permanent and recognize the con- court was also a speaker. ; ,
FELT WHEN REPORTS .- I I :i" AND LOGANSPORT, IND., CON"t'
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YESTERDAY. t \,
WERE FIRST RECELVED'BY ROYI! TRACTORS SEPARATE BIDS .> !
I I Sixteen' in I By Associated Press ,. ..
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AL FAMILY AND GUESTS- By Associated Pre!:... \ Sandusky, Ohio, J.uneFut LakeShore 1 ASKED FOR ON CONSTRUCTION : .i.ii
'Washington, June->Representa- By Associated Press mail! and express train ]No. 17, t
. BOMB THROWER ARRESTED.By I Lynching Held r Trial::tive"Rofoert Adams of;the second con, ''Nashville;'June 1.: The State Dem- ,westbound, crashed. into'the rear of a' '-WORK WILL COMMENCE : ': :.

: jgressional district Pennsylvania: ,, ocratic convention gathered at 9 j freight train two miles east <)f here ,
., '.. i I t died at1 the emergency hospital in this: o'clock this morning but It was 10. before 11 to-day: and the engineer, fireman: and SOON. ; ;

I cityat 11SO o'clockthe': result ol: the credentials committee presented i three mail! clerks on the Express ,
Associated Press By Associated: Press The proceedings were under .a :law: a- pistol shot fired tirosgh his month its report The repets to 'were injured, though not fatal\! Bio's for the construction- of the "-,. -"i- '
Madrid June 1.-fThe officials here Charlotte, N./C: June 1. At the of known'aa "an act to'protect : :
: .. preliminary 1903 ': into his head with *!'sic1Ial intent, counties wheretlie ewere_ :no coa-tests The ,injured: :r sanitary .
storm and sewer- :
believe that two hearing today at Wadesboro prisoners from being lynched.? 1.is.; : t ToIe proposed 'i':
ere beginning to The act was commlUed'-sonietlme: between was unammously' adopfed. Majority TSigineer Cyrus Wise, o. age system in Pencacole were opened-: ;; .:'
bombs were thrown at the king and sixteen men charged with participating provides that.a judge may send a case 6 and 7 this,' morning at tiu: and minority reports were! afamitted i Fireman A. B. Bachman "T ledo. yesterday! at noon by 'the Board of :'-'., i

yesterday, and that the missiles in the lynching of J. V, Johnson to ,another county whereas if murder club chambers: of | he' 'Metropolitan on contested counties. -- .Sherman G. Walton, inai'i clerk, Bond Trustees, Chairman L. Hilt* '. 1 ,
queen there last Monday"were held 'in i $5,000 charged he could not removethebonds' I '"
were Club; where Mr. :Adams had resided At two .o'clock this afternoon little 'Chicago." | Gleen and W. K. Hyer, Jr.. bains; ." : < i .
exploded simultaneously with only each'to appear at the next term case but would be compelled to'bindi]for several} years. It was not until progress had been made with the re- A. G Newton, mail clerki Cold- present with Mr. Pfeiffer absent. /. 1. !
one vivid flash I of the superior court of Union'county, the prisoners to the next term'of court' 8' o'clock, howsver that he was ports and at three the convention was water, Mich. : Chairman Green in discussing tha i?' {i'" ,

The scene which followed was like, the neighboring' county to 'that in in the county ,where the lynchingoo-' I found by Horace' Clarkj one of the still in session having voted down -a The' train, carried. no passengercoaches. matter of bids stated that five pro"r..

that witnessed on a battlefield.,which the lynching occurred.. curred. negro bell men whose fcabit it vas motion to take 'a recess for dinner. At posals haa1 been received, two from' .. 5 '

of blood and 'wreckage each. morning to. carry jiot water to that hour the Davidson county delega- 'All tracks were blocfketf! by the i Jacksonville firms, two from New ". ". ,
Corpses! pools openiig the door, wreck and trains are running'!Via the '
the room. Upon tions had been .seated, which acknowledged Orleans and one from a Logansport \;J ; .
were strewn upon the ground, the front Morgan Supports American Clark found Mr. Adams entirely nude for Patterson for governor. At Southern division between! Cleveland' Ind., contractor. Inasmuch as no t :4! i! '

of the house' No. 88 Mayor street, before I I sitting upright in 'an. arfc chair. Ha three thirty a test vote was taken and Toledo. bid has yet been accepted, Chairman ,..3; \ F= ,

which the explosion occurred Immediately' summoned' the attaches which gave Patterson '705 and Cox, I Green did not divulge the amount of :' 41j l'
covered with holes and blood Control on Isle of Pines of the house, and 'a doctor at once the present governorf, 491. This appeared any of the proposals. He stated ''*' I '

,I I.was sent.for. iSIr. Adams (was unconscious to assure Patterson's nomina- FORTY MEXICANS however, that the bids were within I i .
dripped: from the curtains of a windowon .J I t and the physician who was, tion on the'first ballot. the appropriation. t'x '. 1! ,

the first. floor. In the apartmentof I :summoned; pronounced |the wound After the appointment of committees 'From what was taid: concerning the ':. {
Associated Press sion devoted Senator "
was speechby
the, Duke of Ahumada, the Marchioness I Washington By -June 1. The, senate Morgan supporting a the:assertion t i necessarily fataL riAdams: was on platform and permanent organization \ KILLED !IN RIOT bids it is believed that a contract ;: ... j'i r,
soon. afterward removed&.to the hospital the convention adjournedat will be awarded to one of the firms i, '
Tolosa and her daughter today passed the bill regulating the of American control in the Isle of ,:
in a patrol wago4 where the 4:45 until 8 i submitting bids. It will be remembered ?
were killed. One body was Jammed liability of railroad companies for in Pines and to discussion of the policyof p.'m. .
bullet and fragmtjnts of the '
ia the balcony railing and was removed jury to employees, bjit Senator Daniel the government in the purchase of some The nomination of Malcolm R. Pat iSlTRIKE' TROUBLE AT MINES IN that the advertisement invit- : ;
bone removed his brain.A '
with difficulty.No. 't'gave notice of a motion to reconder supplies for the Panama canal. were. tom-: terson on the first ballot is generally \ jug bids, 'provided that separat pro'T. .- 'i :

88 Mayor street and all the near- which may bring the bUr ag in before !Senator Stone attacked the president -' Ghastly F"eatui'e.A conceded. MEXICO NECESSITATES CALL. posals were to be submitted > r.j.: -> t. 7

by houses were surrounded by'police! ,, the senate. as weak and wavering in his 'ghastly feature'f this act was I storm and tanitary:: sewers. Under ', '," "
who prevented ingress or egress until I The remaining time of the pen ses- policy. the fact that attar'"stooling himself, ING OUT TROOPS. ;1I this system, it is possible for the :t't : ? 1 !:.
oJt LABORERS ALLEGE. I bond trustees to award the contract : j' '
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they had b thoroughly, searched. Mr.' Adams proceeded? Into the -
A tenant 09 ,the third floor and a hall and to the bath-roofo, where he I, for the sanitary sewers to one firm f', ; ; ; .I.tQ' .
'who Ieaving'thehousewerl" washetf himaelt'and'. en! returned to TREATMENT !' Indthe: contract,for ,the storm isewer : ft; !
young man: those was arrested. fhe I DELMAR JOCKEY his room. The walls* u.k bath-room HARSH By Associated Pyess."El'Paso -a'l19ther. This statement of cowrs' :": < I I. \
among Texas, June, 1.-lCis"rcported ;: mtaeJpr6v-ift'ed.' that bidders lisro .
tried to lynch the prisoners, N NOT 0 T ENTITlED were 5pattered"-withbbood.) 'In his J :
crowd here that.aU Mexicansemp'OY-! not ,"dabse ia each ) / '- "- ; I
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it by roonr an "unsigned:nol S'a's f und 'addressed : a PPolL.torfri ,TI \
and the poliee-anly.-.prevented hurried ClUB"'IN'TR008LE to 'James Clark another bellman By'Asscdsted.; :Press '- ed at 'W: C. Greene's mines 'in'Me1lcd: ding suc'aer ."' *T,".. | : .
charging. Numbers of people 1.-Rel-1. are strike and that orty ha e been becision; To-day. '1
'of relatives, reading .as. follows: Winston Salem, N. C., June on '
to the scene to seek news killed in a riot. The report fdys ,the Chairman Green stated last night t -
allowed to enter "Notify H. G. Clement 1326 L resentatives of the Italian governmentare
but they were The not Marquis of Tolosa,, TO SEATS IN COURT ORDERS CORPORATION street and also Francis P.Adams Investigating complaints' made of governor is going to the scene with that the trustee! had devoted a gent \ ,
the buildings '
ignorant of the death of his wife, was -1,47 Wallace! street. Left money for., alleged harsh treatment of fifteen hun troops and that he has requested Unit,.r deal of time to the'bids, but as yet .; J
arrived and the DISSOLVED' AND IMPOSES breakfast bill. You caa divide tte dred Italian lab rers emplojedln the ed States trops from Fort Huachucain I had come to no ?finite coac>jon as ; ; ; '
one of those who things in the closet" I construction of a railroad in thje} western Arizona. !, to the lowest bidder. lIe stated that ; : .. .
admit him. '
uards at first refused to FINE OF $5000. the "Metropolitan Club .chambers I of the state by the Carolina I the trustees will be able to announce j :
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At part .
Finally, however, he was allowed to ; it was recalled to-day that Conduction Company. ''It is alleged their decision in the premises today. \* "
yesterday
fol SENATE[N T[ .
enter, and a heart-rending scene that '
THE REVOLUTION and therefore it is believed a r
lowed. morning Mr. Adams did not that laborers brought from New "J' '
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contract will be awartfed.Apropos .
I act to be permitted leave and
By Associated Press naturally, and appeared York are not to : .....
Coolness of King. tinder !tome mental strain before being forced to work under heavy I of thfe sewerage question t '
are
Jefferson City, Mo., June 1.-The supreme i IN GUATEMALAPRIVATE i .:
The coolness of the young king was leaving for the capitol. He demanded -! guards. it can be stated that the bond issue! .'
marvelous. On reaching the palace court today made .an, order* his board bill, which he paid. He provides that $" O,00O is to beset r I "..
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after the explosion he ;sent adjutantsto Senate Committee Decides in ousting the Delmar Jockey Club of|seemed hhnsslf again last night and Winner of Oak 'Stakes. I'aside from the total bond" issue toe : } <;

assist the wounded and later sent, St. Louis, ordering the corporation there was nothing In his actions Epsom, England, June 1.-The ADVICE'S RECEIVED AT "drainage and? sewerage. Mr. Creep ,, r t ':
families of the vic- Smoot Case-Burton Must \k says that the bids opened"-are within :' '- ; I"
officers among the dissolved and the trustees wind up which1ndicad that he contemplated race for the Oaks stakes, for 5,000 ; t'
time doing everything.possible to console its affairs, and imposing a fine of five taking his life.Prominent. sovereigns for thretyear-o1d fillip! MEXICO CITY SAY IT IS fAR the amount which the trustee* contemplate j' 'i

and assist the sufferers. Resign or Be Expelled. thousand dollars. The action ;is based In Congress. one mils and a half was: won todaybr CRUSHEd i using for the' construction *,' [;1 J if .f
FROM BEING of sewers. : 3
Queen Christina, the Prince and on the dectaration'that the club It was :Mr. Adams who reported, : Yej stone II. Goldrich was second, ; To Begin Work. :!i" i" <, 1.
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Princes of Wales and the Archdukeand violated its charter in racing in violation I and Snow Glory was third. Tweive .I .
that the j. 'f ;'
It is understood .as soon as 9 :
Archduchess. Francis Ferdinandof of law. (Continued on Page Eight) horses started. t '
By Associated Pre .. contract is awarded tiat the sue- : .t' j f"
Austria, had already reached the By Associated PreSs ; j .
Washington, June 1. By a: vote of cea-ful bidder will begin work there | :.
pa ace and were waiting for the king 7 to 5 the Senate,Commitete! on I Mexico City, June 1.-Prlvatfc telegrams -arter as soon as possible It is prob- -
and with the infantas. .... 11'
queen decide from Salvador say that Gieneral :
Privileges and Elections to-day f able that within the next thirty days
When some time elasped, the Princeof ed that Senator Smoot 'was not en- -- .. Toledo is well within the southern Pensacola ,will witness a large force I 'f
Wales and Infanta Theresa, who titled to his seaL 'The committee -. I- r .. part of Guatemala with two thousand<} I if laborers making ex ai& ons. "for ; ..", 'l' : '

stood waiting at the palace entrance, voted to have a vote in the senate on well armed men and abundant Ammu the laying of th> pipet and that 1&f f. f\1 ,: ,

became deeply anxious, and they were the question at the present, session. gL r;: :"oI/i-, ".',1. nition. The revolutionists. arp .receiv bor will be needed, and tiwre1 will f f. .-.
most disturbed when they saw the -- "v", .. ing plenty! of arms and have well filled be no excuse for laborers being out i ,!
empty coach arrive with its bloody BURTON MUST RESIGN tp: ': .' : war chests. Important 'd relormentsare I oi: work in this city. In fact there : :,,: i '

horses. But the royal family were OR WLU! BE: EXPELLED d'F 't expected daily. The revolution is none now, as all the mamrfactjy- : .I i;' .I

finally relieved when they saw the -- I c- ( -' is far from being! crushed; !; i ing plants desire men, and are ad. p. ,
tog and queen arrive. Queen Christina Washington Jane lenator: i 1 *ert4sing for them. ::.' 4 I f
embraced them and uttered her ', I of much puftHcwork r 4- :
to-day introduced a resolution] The carrying on so f ; '
Bailey I
; deep thankfulness at their escape. in committee for the expulsion of 4i/ '. the construction of sewers and ';, .; l U .,. .
MANAGER '
The Princess of Wales was also solicitous Senator Burton,. of, Kansas. Action NEW the!; erection of the proposed new city r.. ,
regarding the victims, and askedfor : on the resolution went over, until hall will add to the hustling appearance ; .t'J f'j ;
information about the fate of the, next Tuesday. It, is understood that TAKES CHARGE of Pensacola. It will be a great 4- f ,

Marchioness Tolosa.It the sentiment of the committee 'Is ,.' "I. impetus to strangers to fully toeeti- : .i : -{
Is asserted that letters were received that the resolution ba adopted unless gate the wonderful! resowces and advantages r.j ; k

In government quarters last Burton resigns before the next meet. possess by tiiis municipal ,Jf.. t\ :'
I''ight saying that this would not be ing of the comm'ttee.' I D. F. CASON NOW PR.ESFNTSI ity over other cities in .the south and f .,f. 'i

the last attempt as the band of conDlrators UNION CdM- I''other parts of the country. r t f ;
{ had declared its intention Postmaster Nominated. THE WESTERN r* :The action of the Board of Bead .r :.

k *p up the effort.- This led to to\\ Washington. June -1. Among other OClDott'r PANY IN PENS 'CULA. :!' 'I Trustees, who devoted several hoursof l. s.:1r.;:

discussion of the adjournment of nominations the president to-day sent I I labor to the consideration of tile 'jl.

Some of the main features of the fetes to the senate that of. C. E. C rmac, !i bids submitted yesfefda-y and their f. '

58 which the royal family were to be postmaster at Aka. S. C.. E.\. !; rt J r assumed award is being awaited with m '. .Jt.:3
nspicuously present The tragic I 1- D: F. Cason yesterday interest. :i t: i.;&,
Union .
: of the local Western 'r.
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event has J charge ; ;
already cast a deep gloom J( '
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AWA."C' fOR.V./R relieving Leri ; t i :
o,er the festivities. The people no'uger YOUNG COUPLE DOtt'T SUiD TrlC Telegraph office, REVIVAL SERVICES AT :
?! show liveliness and' hilarity.! J. I, "! OrW 'N.1. 'PA1ROfil l'LOM oot1'1" Bf.WrtCt,10: A1iD Baron who held th3 position' for a ; WEST HILL CHUROH :}
l'1i'I CR01'J pre was magnificent of I O'wD
a display I i i-i the $
BURNED. DEATH will continue [
Reworks with street singing and! Mr. LeBaron Rev. E. L. Andrews, qf Covirfgton r -
dancing last night but they proceeded!, employ of the company, it is i-jtatetf, Ky., is conducting a series of meetings '*=1, f.;
In the Pensa-
'A lack of spirit. A pall seems to . iflri and will hold a position operator.. at the West Hill Baptist church, whi h"i I'1 rare
lire fallen cola office, simply as an arousing a great /teal of interest. -:
over the communty. By Associated.Press has the
Ala., newspaper ,
\I A % A Dothan Rev. Andrews is a young man ot- f.1
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Against King and Queen. Greenville, S. C., June 1.-Mr. and ) 10N\'l I t.n" following to say of Mr. Cason, the strong pulpit power, who made a great :

Jhe proximity of the coach of Grand Mrs. Joe Hudson, 'who: were but recently < ) : "SW "'D"ERT' new manager: J JMr. success of his' work in Ctevinghm \ 1 ;'
tuke Vladimir of Russia to the royal married,' were burned to deathin wSJffi'II '! (iRCUtI 1{ c D. F. Cason and wife have-: been where in a pastorate of twenty months : r

toach at the time of the explosion led their home at Walhala: In the north lg'hIwI: }. ordered iPensacola\ Fla., "where -)lr. a heavy: debt was paid and the membership v lj;

tan: .of the spectators to believe that western part of the state' early today. ; 1c: 1 1iD l1..l.S Cason goes au' general manager of nearly doable. A meeting recently :{> li!
the attempt had been against his life, They occupied a room in the'second -- that office with an increae ofsalary held in his church resulted ia ? \ .t:1:.

*t later it was generally accepted story and when the fire was discovered ((4L- I 172 additions to the membership. Re v. ," t, ,
at i it enter the to see Mr. and! Mrs. ., !' .
was directed against the king it was impossible We are sorry Andrews will hold a meeting tonight .? :, rat ;-
and queen. The courage of the latter house to arouse ,them and they could )J' ti1 Cason leave Dothan. They have! man- 7:45: and on Sunday: will preach .at J :1,1;: '. t< } ;

tas greatly admired. She was some- not be awakened from the outside. xri aged the W.; U. company's business 11 a. m., 3 p. m. and 7:45 p. m. IBs ).1. f
that overcome with emotion at first,I Their bodies ,were found In the, ruins. -I here to the entire sat facton! of subjects Sunday! will be: 11 a. m.- ;/:
*t7 the king calmed her that their patrons and no doubt sapsfac-- jh J:
saying 4r Preparation to meet God; 3p. m.- -} :,
j I tas nothing serious. Later she re- tory to the management, since; .they'are Neutrality with God Imposible; 1:" 'i t. '1;
!:)fered her self-possession and bore FIRE IN NEW offered a better and more responsible p. m.-How to Become: a Christian. A .', t,';;f"; I' i.
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with increased jay.Mr.
rse1f well throughout the trying or- place cordial invitation is. extended to alL -;; :j :
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tI Some of those who the and Mrs. Cason have beer; here .- if ;;:; ,
saw YORK SUBWAYBy .jj 1: .t ;
and havejmademany : 1
ung queen alight from the royal ," core than two years Municipal Court t ; ,
t I their close '
ch just after the explosion, say friends by attention In Fourteen cases were tried in the municipal 4' : !

';'4t her' bridal veil touched the ;.... Don! ?' to biasness and obliging manoer: court yesterday. Nine were -, i

rtfy pools on the pavement and that Associated Pres r conducting same. hold adjudged guilty. two sentence w. :. .. -. -tJ,
1 Mr. Cason has been ordered/ !}> "
bore an impress of the terrible .1.-Fire'is burningIn :- 1\DvtRTljE ..DCN'T.'a 7A CHRONIC : re pended one discharged and! two tnra- ':, J J i
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New York-June himself in readiness, awaiting '
ktne DOi' '
as :she returned to the palace. subway: at One' Hundred and .i4 1IKTH1ct1JI CivtCKIUct1oci : : fI2. lief. We only trust his succijssors over to the county. John Walker, r : ::1
*i t: the reception evening the KC -. .& s : I with being dangerous .q4 j
yesterday UsT .
of emptycarso"n -f1 a '
train < as service < .c
Tenth Street in a will give to our people goo
jiae(.t princess and ambassadors' theN side track. Apparently there. is .--' rowNkF.-'y PLAPRJd ) in. future as we have had during red character was glvea tw- I :::.j
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took occasion the : :hour leave the city. J_ "f 1
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express pro- of life. ,Firemen are unableto Mf. and ')lrs. Cason's management of -
'llUd: regret which he said he felt no loss assessed $K la fines and cost oJ.
: enter the. tuanel qn .account 01 1 .. ".,: thO i ..,.... ,
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Members of the Florida Press Association t jthe cities are helpiirg to pay these by the wave of the little flag on it .: ir

Ladies and Gentlemen: I bonds. Previous to the inaugurates, whether the carrier has left him any

I have decided to make my subject of rural service, these men had never thing. ., \ -

"Rural Routes: Do They Help the Local contributed a day's labor nor one cant To recapitulate I shall use the d Be ; Force _t '
Paper?" a little broader, and shall:lin I| money to better the roads and thus words of Mr.John E. Keife, of the Or- Alleged t to Preparing'to : -- i1-

Include In it, as briefly as possible 1, help themselves and their section. tonville (Minnesota) Journal in a paper
"and the advertising, with some of its I Now these farmers have the benefit of read at a recent session of the Conflict Upon ,China in Two .

advantages to the public at largo." good roads and the other fellow helps Minnesota Editorial sedation: .w
IFirst 0* all, let me give you a little to pay for itof "The rural free delivery has not only .or Three:Years. 4 l

history. Hon. Thomas E. Watson, t It pays the dealer who carries a Increased the circulation of the daily
Georgia, originated the idea of rural!I I stock of general merchandise to get paper and the wealth of the city edi

routes, for the benefit of the agrisulturai : up a list of the patrons on each rural tor, but it has also removed the feature By Associated Press
classes. The service started October route and then advertise his goods which militated against farm life
Victoria tAccordingto
1st, 1896, with one route fromTJvilla I carefully In a neatly gotton-up circu- from a cosmopolitan standpoint, and B. C., June f

one from from Halltown, and I lIar, mailed out in an envelope with a has made the farmer boy content to advices received: by the steamerEanagawa

three from Charlestown all !In West tl'one-cent stamp. Some business men remain at home where oppulence and yesterday, the Eastern

Virginia. At that time carriers were:]contend that the rural routes work tot independence reign, rather than to bea World a German paper,of Yokohoma,

paid one hundred and fifty dollars ""the interest of the mail order house, dependent in the ,congested centersof published a sensational leading arti
year, but before the close of that year but these same merchants should remember the cities. But, as we have shown,!
the salary was raised to three hundred I that the mail order man advertises it has not harmed the country editor, cle stating that Japan is getting the I

dollars. In 1898, there was expended 1. both in newspapers and by who has a 'field unique and all his army info readiness, with a view to s

550,241.06, and 148 routes were i in catalogue. He tells the buyer what own. Yea, he needs no sympathy or forcing war with China two or threeyears ,

operation. In 1805 there was expended he has got and at what price he will f cash contribution from his city coworker hence. The'Eastern World. says

J20.874.618.75, and there was in deliver it to him at his nearest sta to make life's ills bearable Tothe another war with China would offer
operation 32.655 rOutes. Coming down tion. The patron usually prefers to contrary, the man with all the promising couldb
prizes pretext
to Florida, the salary of the rural car-, give his business to a home dealer.. up-to-date advantages' may well ex "soon found and a on to
riers in this state alone last year and! But competition is keen in this broad' press himself in th-a lan'guage of the state that 'The paper goes indebtedness .p

this amount to $40,000 in round numten. -; land of ours. The mail order man in-! ancient king, who exclaimed.. "The to Japan's hopeless America Is driv
In Columbia county alone,,t I sites trade; he tells you why you! lines have fallen unto me in pleasant En'gland and
about Js it should patronize him; he insists that places; I have goodly ing the country to plan an attack on
$10,000 of Uncle Sam's money | II yea. heritage: China. .'By' this, the Eastern :World T
left with us each )'ear. Next year, I 1 I I( he can save you money. Does the I have thus thrown together a !
Japan would exact h'aavy"lndemnlty
am informed by Mr. Britton, the sup-home merchant do this? If he does somewhat crude manner some thoughtsand says : a
and make
also permanentthe
erintendent of the service this state Jnot I! and he loses trade, who is to ideas which have occurred to me
precautions tenure"of Port Arthur ,
:Alachua county will receive about i blame? and been potted down in the hurry .
and the Liao Tung'peninsula. China ,
$8,000 in salaries for the carriers Suppose a farmer, living twelve j I.and bustle between Umes of a very is '
I marked for the
A in miles from Lake City breaks important !,: month. to pay the piper recent .\ a.
there. The balance is distributed i an busy ve the rural free says ;:
i the Yokohoma
war, ,
the various counties throughout the{ part of a- machine. And I[l delivery service to be an important paper
Etate. Does it pay to have the government .I want to say right here that we: Nave[factor in preventing the boys from and tlrere will be no question of the r, !

expend ten thousand dol some of the most progressive farmersin [I having a desire to leave the farm. I must rights have or wrongs of the, case.hundreds'Japan ;'..i..... :: ".

lars per annum among the merchantsand "Old Columbia" of any section of![believe!( that, with good roads in con millions, and more a war money with China wouldnot ...:..."..
business men generally? Florida. Let us see what it woulclj nection wit this service, the American .
only pay'for, itself but would also : L i
One argument used against the ru cost him without the rural route ser farmer can have all the advantages
ral delivery service is that the government vice to have the repairs made: I of a city'life and none of the dis payoff the present debt and practically
} make China the treasury of Japan
is put to a big expense, and I1 One day's time for himself and advantages that it possesses. I believe .

the tax payer asks, "Do I pay any portion team. ., ,. ... .. I. .$3.50 that it is an educator, and that and the Eastern would be UTorld popular.; Continuing LOOK FOR THIS TRADE-MARK ON EVER BOTTLH.-
of it!'* Of course you do. When One day's board at hotel while placing him,,as It.does, in closer touch. says

you :buy tobacco or cigars, or "booze," waiting. _. ,. .. 1.00 with the business man of the town "The attack will probably: be deferred .
or anything else with an internal rev One day's horse feed .. .. .... .,. .75 and the outside world in general hIs e for two or three years so that I
Japan be equipped tor | Du f 9s
may fully rfWhiskey
enue stamp attached, or when :you pur less liable to become the tool of. into al J ure
chase a postage stamp or a postal Total. . . . .. .$5.25 .the political demagogue. And I further the struggle which other powers i in I
first Russia would
card, you help to contribute to the' With the rural carrier service he believe that rural free delivery is I. case, probably ,.
likely toe drawn. China is arming but
treasury of the United States, and can have this piece of machinery sent to become a very potent factor In "
I I Japan will attack her before she can N. COLORING. Distributer,'
that is where the money comes fromto to town at a total expense of not over bringing the golden age to America, ,bring her naval and military forces to
run the postoffice department, of 25 cents for the round trip. and making this in fact the land of' kind of ,- -. -
some equality with those of
'which the rural free delivery is a part. Suppose a member of the family is .the happy, prosperous and free as well I' Japan. Whatever plans 'have .been AS AN ENTERTAINER.As .
Rural free delivery Is a young child! sick? The doctor has prescribed forth as the home of the brave.. I am a made must be executed before the alliance an entertainer there's nothing BRENT BUILDING ; THE CYPRESS LUMBER CO
tout it has made such wonderful, patient; the bottle of medicine 'firm believer in rural routes; that they i
with England expires that will fill the place of good :ano.
and art a. p
growth that It is being jealously needs to be refilled; the mail carrier help the local that FLA.
paper; they are o COMPLETE APALACHICOLA,
ranged that Japan of And when buy piano it's just
so may course you a NEARLY
watched other brings it to town states benefit the
by branches of the postal the case to to advertiser; and If you
much against her.will, defend her obligation about as easy to buy and for a
pay
service. It Is one-fourth largerthan the doctor, has the prescription refilled wish to stir up an' insurrection, come Manufacturers of
to maintain the peace of thee good one as one. Our plan
a
city free delivery and two.thlrdsthe and brings it back the next to Columbia county and advocate th poor
size of the railway mail service. morning possibly with further Instruc doing away with them. Far East"No makes it easy to own as fine a: pianoas" WORK WILL BE.! FINISHED SY
news of these;; preparations was Is made. Anjbody can. get .one. Cypress Shingles
Each week day morning (because Uncle tions from the physician very decided I thank you. .
Sani doesn't like his workmen to saving. obtained from the files of other papers I Ask us aboutjit.CLUTTER'. JULY 1 AND STREET CLEAR, -
received nor did those who arrived by HOUSE 'I l
MUSIC ,
labor on Sunday when it If stomach W a4"x1S"w'x5"xIS"
be
can avoided The farmer living on the rural route your troubles'j'ou do not '
: the
steamer
kngw _anything of any Fla. BY MIDDLE OF' PRESENT
) sees over thirty-five thousand of conclude that there is Pensacola, .
not only takes his county paper, but no cure, for a such plan. "f I
the brightest young men of our coun is 'a subscriber to the daily as well. I great many' have been permanently MONTH. !!
try serving their patrons with "cer venture the assertion that twenty cured by Chamberlain's Stomach and FRATERNAL SOCIETY I Cypress Tanks of ,all Description

tainty, celerity and security," with the daily papers are taken along the rural I Liver Tablets. .Try them, they are ESTABLISHED AGENCY HERE SUMMARY OF Write for Catalogue and Price L'M.
highest grade of mail service known.routes'in Columbia county where certain to prove beneficial.. They
one -
But we are a people of progress, and was taken before their* establishment only cost a quarter;;; fold by all I The big (Brent building is now fast ,
the best is none too good; and an This same ratio of increase holds good druggists. : One, of ,the bet,'fraternal societies THE WEATHER nearing completion and in two welts .. -
:American will not be satisfied with with the Index. ,There is hardly in'th country The Modern Workmenof L more, or by the'15th :inst. the; ate: .. ..
farmer' a GENUINE IMPORTED PANAMA the World, has recently established walk in front of. the structure trill S

less.And now to come down to the question routes in living Columbia on .the county line who of is these not HATS AT THE M. &. 0. CLOTHING an agency in our eit). This society The maximum temperature yester- have been laid, all obstructions ;removed Great

"Does it pay?" I am told that the subscriber to that STORE $3.50, WORTH'$5.00.FLORALA furnishes first class protection incase and heavy plate glass windows ,
paper. He gets was 81 at 1:45 ani
day degrees m.
p.
rural service in a certain section of It of sickness, accident, or death at reasonable will have been put- into placdThe'
regularly every Friday? morning. He rate. .Old Age Benefits the minimum 75 degrees at 5:30 a. work is being rushed at
Alabama has caused the price of land I doesn't have to hitch Paid now :
up a team and Up Certificates s, and Cash 'a hurry-up gait, 300 men being!
to advance in value from 15 to 25 Withdraw'als m.Observer some.
per to the
cent. It has caused the farmers to go It postofflce every Saturday t of]I are also special( features of this Reed' in his summary! of employee(; and it is the objec: of tha;
see his mail
has 1
vote for bonds for good roads and to within come. Very frequently I I society. A local assembly" is to be .the weather yesterday said ccnrtactors, .M. L. Lewman & Co.,, to Reduction in
a stone's throw of his' "The has remained low
build bridges and the wealthy .. organized in Pensacola as soon as pos ., pressure., have: the entire structure completed!
of
men ] door Is the mailbox
and.
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J he can tell]:1, sible. For further information call on I ever the southwest and in the iake and ready for occupancy- July 1.

,, Special to Thr Journal. the organizer, Henry R. Wentworth, legion.: The northwestern high pres-. Until/ one has gone through this)

IFlorala, June .-T. H. Cawthon, ofDeFuniak : 323 W. Zarragossa street, of this city, sure area has reached the northFRocky j immense building, its size can hardily
was "a visitor here first t Mountain slope Showers ani ]be appreciated. The three flogs
the
I Coffee Wrecks- of the week.Cashier JUST RECEIVED 100 GENUINE thunderstorms have continued from (each cover.an area of about % of ;;jan
Texas northeastward into the lake region -
Lang of the Bank of Floral: IMPORTED PANAMA HATS AT THE acre, making a total floor space ; of Glassese
spent Sunday at DeF niak Springs. M. & 0. CLOTHING STORE; ,$3.5e 0 t southeastward and New York and extended 2& acres. .-!ie building when completed Eye
Mr. Robt. GaUa'gher.manager of th WORTH $5.00. during the night. into wili! be a. credit to the city,; as
S3>: sissippl, Tennessee and Virginia
logging department of well as,to its,owned !
{ Children th-a ,Jackson elsewhere, the weather has remained
It The Lumber Co., expects 'to leave Saturday
fair.
generally Temperature changesin ,
G. B. Burnhans' Testifies After Fur
for New York and- other ""
eastern general l, have been slign[. i| !
points. % Years., ;
J "Showers may be''expected ovfr -
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; Misses Charlotte McRae and BeulabManning : ]It t Is this vicinity to-night Saturday. It G. B.t Burhans of Carlisle Center,

t Returned Saturday ,last from will be cooler to-night and light to N. Y.,' writes; bout four years

1 Dr. Elias G. Brown, the medical examiner of defec Macon, Ga., where they. have been attending fresh south winds 'alogg"tre'' West (a'go I";wrotayou stating that I bad are now sellingHaukes'

WI lean College. Florida coast will become variable." ]been entirely cured of a severe kidney
: tive school children in the public schools of New York Mrs. C. C. McRae ana Mr. H. A. I I trouble by takingless than two

Smith were summoned to Lumbe j I 1 bottles of Foley's Kidney Cur Itentirely'
r in his .
City, .report to the City writes \ THE';ORIGINA.L :,
Supt : S
City, Ga., Sunday on account of their stopped the brick dust Sfjdl-;
; Foley-' & originated /
: 'Tried Co. Chicaeo,.
sister's critical illness, and a letter : went and pain and symptoms of kid
::- "After hereditary or congential causes, improper dietis from them Wl nesday announced the Honey'and', Jar as.a/th19 at aatl.f ung ney disease disappeared. I am gladto !
death of the lady. remedy, and on accounLVjf.; the greatmerits say-tiat I have never had a return
f t'. :the greatest of the causes of malnutrition..and nervous The first baseball; game of the sea : and popularity. of .,Foley's of any of thosa symptoms during
: ness., In considering nutrition I find one of the most son was played; on'the'locaf diamond Honey offered, and for.rfar'many the .genuine.imitations These;;are \four years that have elapsed and I !km
evidently'
Saturday afternoon between Florala: cured to stay cured, and
noticeable evils to be the very large proportion of schoolchildren and Lockhart. Only five innings were &nd'True worthless imitations' have similar heartily i recommend Foley's Kidney: for
sounding names. Beware of them.
who drink t played on account of the LockharttoyS Cure to any one suffering from kid
tea and coffee. The genuine Fo'ey's Honey and
being Tar bladder trouble.. :
unable to "get here until 1 I ney or For sale by
after 5 o'clock. 'At the end of the 5th Is, In -a yellow package. Ask- t"for it W.> A. '''lYA' mtberte,, druggist and $1.25

Both tea and coffee are/'as we know, pure stimulants: inning the'score stood 5 to 3 in favor Thousands of persons in and refuse; any substitute. It'is the apothecary. ;
(best remedy for coughs and( colds.
and contain acid of Lockhart The batteries were! Pensacola have tried Red
an that is harmful
W A. D'Alemberte
) druggist and
Smith and McDuffie for Florala, and I Heart Beer and nearly'all |RAILROAD BOYS CONTRIBUTE'TO : -
rYt MdLeod and Jones lor'Lockhart.. The apothecary. I SAN FRANCISCO* FUND
"Many children come to school in the of them have formed the ,
morning after local team will be materially strengthened '
breakfast of stimulant in a few days by the arrival of "Red Heart" habit. Ask The subrcriptibn list for the Sao W A D'Alemberfe '
coffee
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( or tea) and starch '
white
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several members who are now attending anyone of them if RedHeart Francisco relief fund, left with the ,

f bread. ), and children very' frequently have coffee or tea college:" ( Beer agrees with f OLIVE railroad boys ';by the Chamber '. of
On [ Commerce committee has Druggist and Apothecary,
been
Thursday next the Sunday them and they will filjed
i. with each of their three meals, and sometimes also at school will hare a union picnic in the say and the money turted: over to '!be
grove ,between the Universalist church yes. < sent to California. -Tb* list containsthe 121 South, Palafoi< Street Pen>mia. Fli,
three o'clock their ,
: on return from school. No child who
t"
following
and Lake Jackson: The'' Sunday subscriptions: :
drinks schools of Lockhart;.Paxton Lakewood Special to The Journal. E. M. Wilson .. ..' $t.OO !
coffee
tea -
and
or be his
can 'at best. In this matter I will be invited to take part. It is Not ', OV9)} June L The Olive school F. B. Radcliffe .4..., _,. ];60

p rents need education." Misses Lillie w.in'g.and Allie Hart closed Thursday last with a good Eric Gonzalez ,.: ., *. w. .. ? 1.00M ;

returned last week from .LeGrangs, ", average, all through the term. We} ]H. S. Amos .6., .. .. .v.. 1.00
I' Ga.. extend to :Mr. Klusmelr ... .. Doctors
where they have been attending our teacher our' heartfelt < .ut t ? .1.00; )
: City Supt. of New York Public Schools, William H. college.R. ...5. i' tha>1ks.for the interest which she, has I ;A C. -Elk .. ,. ", '. 1.00'E 1 1Prescribe

Maxwell, in discussing this writes in his L. Lockhart fell''' from .a scar True of given' our children. A nice lunch was ). Villar '.' : :. LOO.
: report report: fold( on the new hotel!' Saturday and served at 12:30: after which a pleasing Order .Railway- Conductors' ... ld.OO'! It.
J broke of > program was rendered, which -
the
some bones in his left i
"In discussing improper diet. ,Dr.Brown finds excessive foot was participated in by the following: Total .- .$lj OO

t, use of tea and coffee a potent reason" for defect in the The steel cells for tithe new jail have Other ; ''Lottia: Rutherford, L N. Davit, Gladis buttons This probably winds up the contri-' The Ice cream we make :*I so t(
(been ordered. There willbe; two of 'Brands Merritt'Leslie Merritt Annie Davis, from Pensatola which hale\ absolutely that the <)<*''' :
f child. His remarks upon the use of such stimulants by the cells installed f *' Gerald,Oolley" Lizzie MerrT-t, Dudley been generously, sent 'from all sides. prescribe it pure for fever pait'lI': '' {

The Masons held Annual Creighton, Laredo Colley, John : ,-, .
children should be thfr ale a as well as for those wr1"
brought home to parent .ignorant tion of all Crsighton Robert., Merritt, Carrol .
every officers Saturday.. 'The follow Most the other brand, ] DRINK cate stomachs that find If rj t

t '. enough to give such beverages to the ing were selected: 'J.; R. Shepherd, will. make you bilious, or Shape, MInnie ,Colley, Gid Eattou Nothing STOPS responsible CRAVING.for 1 cult to retain food. It Ie : C' ,
very young W M.; L. H. Braswell, S. W. Mr. > Little Rutherford, Felix Thomas and more uf.ferill'g strengui"J'i.:
nourishing
; effectsr' and
cause bad after Rotert aferrittSiany and'misery' both to the afflict \
f Savage J. W.
Jos.
Johnson
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Children become attached to their cup of hot Postum er; Lee Bales, secretary; W. L. Mil, Red Heart is, equal to :from here' attended the com ed than one drunkenness.andjp his friends' and relatives, Ing.Phone us for a quart o, h"

f Food Coffee for breakfast. Have, it well ,boiled according ler, S. D; Tobe Wjlliams, J. D.. ; J. P. any 15c beer and better r night.mencement: at Roberts Thursday, news to many la' It this will town be good thatWhite's gallon. 'We will also fur Q

Phillips.. than all lOc brands;. ,Try any quantity for picnic. an i bJ: t
to easy directions on pkg.. and see how they thrive 31cssrs.' George, Charlie dust\' Ben Pharmacy are 'selling a cure' 'parties. 1
>\ GOOD RESULTS iL Howes,* of Per:acola were pleasant called .Orrine which, they are authorized .

;;.- when Postum is used in place of 'coffee. FROM ADVERTISING_ visitors, Olive Wednesday last to.sqll under a positive guarantee :: c

';- ,Mrs. Ed Williams Is still oa the If it 'does not stop the drink -. t

Neils McKenzie-Oeriing, who lias The sick list, but is slowly improving. craving and absolutely-cure the druak-' COFFEE, \

There's a Reason tor just gone into the real estate business 'Mrs. Callie Majors, of Avant., !Is ard, the money: will be refunded. I Hot Biscuits and Rolls C ', ': 1
on East Government is very"much .now V.tb her mother M-s* Williams. Orrine is Itt two forms; No.1 to :be 5

pleased with the results of his advertising 4r. E. G. Creighton made s business given without :the 'patients knowledge,! morning at o'clock. I tKandy

r so far. He'says hVsdld half trip- vs to Pensacola Wednesday and No. 2 for those who desire to ,be I

Fjof the property he had advertised Lewis Bear Go. last. cured. The remedy costa but Jl.Oft a1

f' P. ''the first day that It was advertise on The little baby of Mr. Frank Lang- package. Mail orders filled. The o>r-: Cafe !
x4f OSTUM Kitchen
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Everybody knows Neils, ford died 1; .J night last after rine Co., Washington C., or a'sk1
and when he
-<: buckles down to a few w. eke: suffering.....We extend White's Pharmacy;. 106 -S_ Palafox?;to.' I 999
business there is 104 S Palafoi. Phone l
[to-: tie'familyw- : out heartfelt ,
sure to be something doing Wholesale Distributers sympa tell you what they know this remari-I

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MINIMUM PRESSURE THATWILL I lAMBS Important Meeting of Insurance ',
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BE DEMANDED' AT FIRES IS.PLACED' in this : -
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flannels "
transparent / : AT ONE -HUNDREDflPQUWdSiNO SALARIES[ '
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and sheer, sergesin ..7 :-, .. BURSTING'OF S., : I By Associated Press I: We buy from reliable importers and J;I ;

PIPES. Rolls Held Awaiting Approval I _
Pay Up p--
New York, _June 1.,-An important i :

delicate shades .,' ,. ., S of the ,Different: !ut 'up in glass J Jarsat. ..40c I ]meeting of American' insurance companies and manufacturers only. r.:i iF

when, : ,
I helwhereesterday
and stylish blues. "One.hundred pound pressure rnustfurn1s'hed Appetizing and satisfying., was i .
S Public Boards. D nkle's Celery .Salad. . .30c resolutions/ setting forth the positionof
be, "at alt.,fires"'0 hereafter_ by the underwrites ,represented as We give the Very best values possible. : ,

: ...the.Pensacoli Water": Company., ." I of the liabilities -
Steill Blocli ---- ]regards adjustment
All Stafement. madeT, byMayor"! 'Chas. ,HBliss. ; The active .buiness'we do in this department 1
o. J- NEITHER: BOARD OF SAFETY NOR I in the San Francisco conflagration S :
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it is claimed,
:: I lulings L adopted'affect,' demonstrates. two-facts nameS : ;.t'
a lettettcrthemanaement, of'the AND SALARIES! Sly.
UNTIL.! MONDAY not less than 75'per cent 'of the insurance ,
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'Pensaeola" Water Company,. instruct. ;; The Fancy Grocers,
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ing" be.corporation"that the ordinance i WILL NOT: BE PAID UNTIL 5 carried 'by American corporations We have ;i
Try? granting the franchise to .the watei '' and explicitly deny liabilitiesfor II. ;

company' mustbe: Uy'ed'up, 'to'in allrespects. ; THENMATTER'FREEL: X-, DISCUSSED Phone 391. Pensacola. purely ,earthquake losses. i ;

:To {,hIs' communication and <'" and intricate .

I. order the ; ] :.. Pointing out the complex The Right Goods. : : j
TensacolatWaterCompanj,
nature of the' policies presented S ,
objected, and stated that the
pressure! ,
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asked for by the mayor would burst ",' for solution and stating that it is The Right Prices. .' :

water pipes and cause damage t<>;v "The' members of the city fire andS highly desirable that all losses for \
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-- plumbing work. At the,same tlme-th<' police; departments' together with EnteainmentICONSISTING which the companies are legally liable I : ,' -i<;
r other" employees under the j jurisdiction ::- !I Yours
water"corporation stated, ifnecessarj city should be promptly and! fairly set _
andS
the pressure, asked for, by the' mayoi r! of the Boards,of Safety ; OF EUCHRE, FLINCH continues: .. '
tIe the resolutions
coul4. be furnished, but that the com, Public Works must wait until' ,Monday -i AND DANCINGWill

-,--- --. '-' law.pany": desired" ."to'v b4' .governed, ,' ,by' ,th< 'I salaries.-receive. This I is. their due, it semi-monthly,.is saidto, ; be given by statement Whereas as, It to is the expedient legal and that moral a Watson Parker & Reese Co

recommendation ol the nnanceoxrimUtee'oTthe PENSACOLA TECPLE. No. 14, RATH :
The order issued to" the SAFES! SAFES 1 SAFES! SAFES : by the mayor and the'communi-{ c: city council and' the BONE SISTERS the claims',arising: is adopted, as a ,

Buy Diebold Safes. cation ,of the company were referredto ictionof'the" city .council, in compelling approving At Old Odd Fellows Hall West Gar- fair statement of- such liability? !suit:i ;I t I
City, Attorney Jones and she submitted ,:the recommendation den Street Successors, Green Watson ;,
Scarritt Moreno, Agent. t he: Board of Works to audit all I able to be, used as the basis for ad- ;.
the following, to the council.. :. : of MONDAY, JUNE 4. ;" ,
(laims before pam! The action : jur.ting losses: ,,, _. ,
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Agrees With Mayor.'Mt..C. t he: council did not apply to the Prizes will be awarded.ADMISSION '" <>"" """ "; """' '=t< '"'"''"' "'!! Iid. '<

E. Merritt, City Clerk ]Board of Safety but is is presumed 'First-xWhere policies covered : S '

%White Barber Shop Dear Sir:-Replying to your communication t that the members of the body thought 25 CENTS. buildings (and or their contents) :+................... .....O........... .......04+i ;

of the 11th inst., inclosing i it best to meetaudit and approve all which; had .certainly fallen before the, ___

correspondence' between Mayor C. c claims before allowing the same tobe fire or which had been so damaged]I NEED f fI f :
GOOD FURNITURE
The white b'arberst formerly of 36 H. Bliss aDd. the Tensacola, Water( 1 paid. 'The firemen and police are in the month Sunday ,of course ex to void the insurance un'tfer(: the'i I _
E. Palafox St., are now located at No Company; which'you inform me the 1 under the jurisdiction of thisboard., cluded. They state that the firemen 1. as ,
g E. Government St., next to Western! council instructed you" to refer to rue Mayor Bliss, has called 9- meetingof and policemen salaries should The express terms of tha contract claims

Vnion. with the request that I advise the the Board of Safety for noon Monday paid upon the Approval of the chairman under such: policies should not be NOT BE i : '

council if. the mayor had authority to I and the Board of Works has been of the Board of Safety and paid. I EXPENSIVE, S ,j ; ; ____
issue the order embodied in his Utter, ordered 'to "convene 5:30: "o'clock chiefe of each department and paid "(Second--Where policies covered t __
COTTRELL, S I have to say:, 1 1I the same toy to audit and approve: when due. That it is asking too buildings!; (and or their contents) i And if you are ah economist this fact will become apparent : ;;
I FINE PHOTOGRAPHS. agree with mayor'In his construction 1 the different claims. much of the men to wait until a quo- which have been damaged or destroyed I to you the- instant you behold our magnificent stock ', _

Pensaeola.: Fla. of sections twelve (12)( and sixteen Members of the police force and rum of the board can be gotten to by the authorities, civil aid or I : of Furniture forhome: comfort and beauty, and our remarkable :' ____
((16)) of the ordinance 'granting :fire department are regular salaried gether. Every member of the Boardof military, subject to the conflagrations : plan ofc buying as told in four words. ",. -
the franchise to the Pensacola Water I employees. That is they receive, ,'BO Safety is a business man they argue -claims under such policies should Lot I ,
W TCH-ES AND CUT GLASS Company. and I am, therefore' of' ]much per month, payable semimonthly anei"' ,can not leave" his place of be paid until the facte have been | BUY NOW PAY LATER.S ; _
Something Swell in Gold Jewelry. the opinion that he had the authority on the 15th and 1st. The) payrolls business at any and all times. Councilmen definitely' ascertained! ,

W. A. Gahlenbeck, 218 S. Palafox SL to issue the order embodied in his of. the departments are"made' do not do it, they say. "Third-Where policies covered Every piece of Furniture; we show was selected with the + '. _
I said .letter., out by the respectiverchiefs,! Schad: The, same argument was; made in buildings ,(and or their contents) : one idea of quality dominant. Every piece substantial : .

Yours very truly, of the- police ,and Bicker of. hec fire ,behalf, of'-the Board of=< 'Works. which were probably but not cei- and just exactly; what we represent it to be, the best for 4 _
TURTON & BELL. JNO., B. JONES, The time of. ach" man is' kept' by tainly so damaged by earthquak3 as : the money AL-tVAYS. Entire bedroom suits from $20.00 : \ 0 S S

PHOTOGRAPHERS SINCE 1870. City'Attorney, them, \r under their direction, and RIVAL INTEfiESrSMAY to be brought within the" provisionsof up to 17500. Odd dressers from $9.00 and ten dollars + : _
Kodak Supplies. Finishing for Amateurs.R. jfayor Bliss stated S yesterday that I members of"the Boardsof Safetyand the fallen buildings ,clause; or ib) up. Sideboards ;with handsome mirrors, separate drawers ') t. "
the opinion banded down by City At- :Public Works are said' to -know' where' poll ies covered buildingsand : for silver, linen;; etc.. $i.oo to $65.00; Bed Springs that !. }, -

K. WHITE, torney Jones means, that the water 1 nothing of howmuch time ,an&n'.hi; TOGETHER ( or their contents) which had t yield to conform]witb the body from $2j50 to $6.50; Mat ____
company.will be required .furnish at :put in. Such imatters as! these are suffered from shock of earthquake,I. tresses that give sweet, jefreshin-g sleep for $=2.50 to 2 _
Watchmaker Manufacturing Jeweler, and Graduate least, 100 pounds pressure, at all fires !left[ 19 beha4sof the respective departments but not to such an. extent as tq ,bring $15.50. Cook S&ves from $9.00 to $16.00 complete with : _
Cptician,30 S. Paialex Street. Pensacola. Fla. and mor if necessary.,,, '. ] as..IsVtjie! : timi .'mad,$! by 'Portland! ore..-, -Jufe':l-.1.-\c; ordlg them within the provisions .of the i cooking utensils iand steel ranges asbestos lined for $St>. :
-- -- The chief executive also said that I street laborers to. the.street *>uperin-" to ,the Oregonian, there.is", a prospectthat fallen building clause, or (c) where i _
he- had authoritiye information that 1 tendent. S the Hill and ':Har 'imin interests policies covered buildings'and( or S MARsr*N & i <
Tersely Told plumbing work in, Pensacola can S Easy Some Say. will come to an agreement over the their contents) wbich had been 'am-Ii QI./.UNA ,
stand all In discussion the question .wi ih a the'north bank destroyed by the authorities: ;
I watsr pressure furnished by trackage rights along aged or Palafox St. E Phone 148. Pensacola Fia,
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member of the council yesterdaythe before fire had reached -I S
the water company.CLERKS', : of. Columbia 'river and that, a double civil or military S ____
D. A. Lee will leave today for Nor. I city father stated that the delay track line from Wallula. Wash., to ; them or (d) where policies covered t ..,.......'".........o.. ......$... ........to........:
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caused in the firemen, and policemen whose owners by reason -I n. _
folk, Va.During. S : Portland!! wiU result. During the re property !
0 PICNIC and others not. receiving their cent visit of ''President Howard Elliot of the destruction their books
the month of May there were, salaries was not due to the finance ot the ,Northern Pacific he was ap and records, are unable to supply the i' Florida and Alabama S ,
ill cases in the municipal court. A BIG 'committee in the council. The councilman proached by a Harriman official witha proofs of value required by the conditions 2BOMBS [ T 1

Mrs. Henry Monk leaves today at SUCCESS stated that if desired the members view to such an arrangement and it of their insurance policies. In LAND COMPANY
of the Board of Public Works is understood that he did not lock all such cates claims should be se.
noon to join her
husband
at Nor
folk Va.Harry. could convene at any time and audit upon: the idea with disfavor and prob-- tied by a reasonable compromise. SIt Manufacturers of !:
The picnic at Electric Park under and approve claims submitted. The,, ablv. submitted the plan to President "Fourth Where policies covered and Dealers in :
Hallmark will soou.leave for the auspices of the Clerks' Benevolent !ame thing applies to the other Hill of the Great ,Northern. If this contents of buildings which are certainly TITHE t LUMBER, SAWED CYPRESS SHIN* -

Denver where he expects to resideIn Asociation 'W9.Sa.. success !in every board. arrangement matures, it will,mean an not affected by the exemption GLES AND KILN-DRIED SAP. -
the future. way. A large crowd ,was present and In reply to this friends of members easy entrance to Portland for the, conditions of the policy claims under S r ,
of the board state that busiriesa should be paid as soon
; Chicago, Milwaukee and St. Paul such policies
Mra. T. enjoyed the outing as the day was "" 3
Sowell. of Pine Barren la like Alex Zelius Lee Daniell! to such deduction :
men and subject
and whose officers have bean puzzled for as adjusted,
here pleasant the amusements furnished
on a short visit to her mother together with Mayor 'Bliss have months for a means to reach this if any, as may'fairly be made on .
(Mrs. ample recreation and thoughts for KING
L. M. Hokett :Mr.' iSowell willarrive .
lonesome other things to do; other than convene city. account of the salvage resulting from CHASE
idle and moments, :
this evening. away
every hour in the day or day the removal of portable property '
from the cares of 'b sne.ss. The committee ..... fire ;
the had
iTr. and Mrs. S. Israel will be at on arrangements labored hard from buildings before "
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home to their' friends Saturday and to make the stay of all pleasant and r- .. reached them. c, : -
Sunday evening from; 3 o'clock to 6 their efforts were rewarded with the ; The Hsolutionij: were committee telegraphedto San (Continued! from First Page) : ,.,' : !
o'clock the adjustment
f.
upon the event of their
son success deserved. .S
Joseph's confirmation. S Francisco last night and also cabledto loss of life among his brave :
One of the pleasing sights'was the London jor the information of the over the :
"hot air" and 'burlesque baseball :
William Crosby, a negro was: British companies.The soldiers. I
brought back from Mobile by Sheriff game between the Hooligans and Kat. '.

Van Pelt yesterday. ICrcsby is charg. zenjammers.: 'It. was a traversty'on Very Best Remedy for 1 Bowel Bomb Thrower Arrested. '. 1

ed with assault with intent to murderone the nationalgame, just as intended." Trouble. '!London June 1.-A dispatch tq the ; :;

Tom Johnson on last Mardi Gras The Hooligans won by, a score of 15 itS. '3!:; M. 'F. Borroughs an old and Telegraph Company from SANBORN .
light to 3. Several of- the players showed well-known resident of Bluffton, Ind., Exchange
Collector of what they did not know anything j rj.1Bottling says: "I regard Ch JDlberlain's! Colic Madrid today says the bomb thrpwer!I

orders Customs from the Stillman Treasury hareceived Department about the game and the crowd. was !Cholera and Diarrhoea remedy as the has been arrested; that he is connned i
pleased. for bowel trouble. I Mcdio dia police station. and
very best remedy in the ;
instructing the sale of one I .The greasy pig",and, pole events were make this statement after having details of
eenaia sail boat,*at public sale. The has confessed and supplied i iI
Mat is captured by a .youth Percy Williams. used the remedy in my family for I\ COFFEESand '
described at 22 V feet long, Williams the outrage.
and Peet proved themselves I am never withoutit.
S1' several years.
wide and 2 5 ,
: feet inches deep. '
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the best three-legged racers' on the ." This remedy is almost sure to
Several sets of examination.papers ground, and won the race with yardsto ., be needed before the summer is over. Weyler Was Badly Wounded
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have been forwarded to The Journal] spare.. Dooley VConner, won the -- Why not buy it now and be preparedfor Madrid, June 1.-General Weyler
OWing the work of pupils in the 'girls foot-race, and presented the 1'-- such an emergency? For sale by was seriously wounded by the lomb;; ,
Olive! public schooL The*percentages trophy' to Miss Graha i.. Miss Grahmwas all druggists.. explosion yesterday. 'Five of I the!
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are high in each instance and reftact voted the mas); popular lady'on the Up magnitude'
great credit upon both pupils and ground. The prize dance was a great!' .., BELIEVES HE WAS wounded are dying. The KIng :
teacher emit (Miss "WVighton- won the'lady's! ARRESTED THROUGH MISTAKE ''of the attempt. on the lives of i TEAS

prize and James Graham distanced all!TheWinter's'j S An Easy Mark.: X ______ Alfonso and Queen Victoria increases.I S

, Only! ,half the quantity of Blue RIbbon men ancer.s.- The Judges of dancing : '1 Fattmann Madam your boy hit Sol ''Levy 'the young man arested The number of killed is now givdn at I

Vanilla required. Absolutely were S. A. Jtfhnson...Alex Zelius and A.j! me with! a snowball.! with 'M. L. Ro Thursday charged and the wounded at sixty. !sDur-i '
ure. Goes twice as far and the fiat DeBron. 4 Sweets Mrs. Fondmar-Web, don't blame i with violating the federal lottery twenty arrests jfv- remade i They
Wr j is, perfection. The arrangement committee tos t him. He couldn't very well miss 1 laws believes that there has been a ing the night thirty : are pure
whom. much credit for the. success of' -' you. ? S*' mistake made in his arrest He but the person who actually J
chances .
If the "picnic is due, follows' : .A. L.I.j'Don't lake long on your I I If : states that' the 'Warrant provided forth threw the bomb is apparently stijl;! at; I and the blend is ,
win you knew the value ofChamber- Roenstein chairman, Joe Johnson cJ fruit spoiling by using old jars with arrest of "S. Levy." and that he large. The ministry has decided; to 'I'
be > Salve you would never wish to E. Cassagne, 11.\ J. Flores) J. L. JacobyJ I and worthless rubber !is the only man who could be found I for the of
without it. f faulty c continue the-.fetes purpose
Here ttie You will
are some of E W. Eliott.!! i caps by such a name or having such an I perfect
diseases for which it i is especially j|nngs. -' .. initial and that as a result he was allaying publie apprehension. t If
luable] : Sore nipples chapped BEN O. BEERSLAID: 1 1 J"i.d: arrested. A jeweled decoration worn by King,
hands! burns, frost "bites chilblains,, TO REST'IN ST..JOHNSThe |tj New ones cost too little nowa Alfonso was shattered by a 'splinter ol never use any other
toonic sore eyes, itching piles tetw. risk. : .
Victoria is irreconcilable
days to run'any 'the bomb. Queen
salt rheum and eczema. Price; remains of Ben. D.= Beers were! : A BALD NEWSPAPER MAN. declaring that she is respbnsi- after have once
cents per box. For sale by all laid to rest in St* John's cemetery I|:ij Fruit,sugar, spices and heat cost money ble for, so many persons being k/lled. you I
druggists." yesterday, beside the .body of his l!he labor is hard (if Jascinating),'and! ,it Getting a New Crop of Hair and Has I

father. The funeral -S cortege was'II tales time-so- why waste them? It is Np' More Dandruff. Dared the Bomb Throwers.) given these a trial.

COCKROACHES followed to the grave by, 'a' jyimber I much cheaper to consign the old jars to Everybody in the Northwest know-s Madrid, June 1. King Alfonso! and .
of friends who knew and admired the I Rubber be CaL Daniel: Searles.the. retsraa jour his bride! today before lunch !rode ..
\Water Bugs, Rats, Mice and All, Vermin deceased during .his life'time! The!'die rubbish heap. ?_can. nalist and publicist of Butte. Jan 10, through the streets of Madrid I Iii I an
who'W8J. !II[used in safety but once-reven: though the I colonel writes: "I used -S--s.
Destroyed by Stearns' Paste. grave of the man: so popular ; 1900 the al automobile without an escort 'jfhej .
Pensaeola ,with, all classes and perfecLfj : couple of bottles of Newbro's Herpi-
\ in was I Jars caps are were loudly acclaimed by, the people .
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ou can sweep up dead roaches with' marvelous results. The I
by covered with floral offerings a, 1 tide '
be buyingi'firsts1 &
the I Another thing sure you are I
panful any 'morning if the l disappeared; a new crop of
night demonstration of the affection ana1 es dandruff
: Bomb Struck the King. |
!(Ore you used Stearns' Electric Rat: teem in which' he, was held.HOTEL _the factories sell ,"sewcdi1- to' hair has ,taken root, ana! the bald London, June 1.Another disfiatci l! 1 SolCahn&Co.ThePureF'codStore,
lad "
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Roach Paste. 'j some dealers. spot is rapidly being ,covered. Her- 'f f 0I
Madrid
, from says:
,.:.This remarkable roach extermina- AT LOCKHA'RT' picide is ,the only hair preparationthat I .1
< Alfonso had
JBut.nottous.J King an even pore
IOJI" j is the only S the dandruff germ that digs S 1
one on the market DAMAGED BY FIRE! I kills
than is generanjknown. ,
miraculous escape | ; ;
there ,you can get bacfc 1-:'Fire the scalp in scales at it burrows :its
June was
your money Lockhart, Ala.,, : ,un A fragment of the Homl .
!It falls. to the hair, where it .
of the to the root ,
discovered in the dining room way ( .S S
struck his breast but the force was
It t is vitality of the hair, cauving Southwest Corner Pal fOl and fntendencia ;
also sure death to "o'clock" last the
night destroys
rats and t Jackson Hotel' at ,9' I :! chain of the wag's
Wee. the hair to fall out. Kill the dan broken by the
and 'consi 'erable excitement prevailed Order of Santiago Vtbicl1 .
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'Sold everywhere or sent I for a time, ,in' consequence. Looking Out for Rainy Days druff germ with Herpicide. For sae; Portuguese S Phones t178 5
express 10 7 SOUTH PALATOX STRESTPENSACOLA and he' was wearing. The chain wag brok 1460 ", : :'
topald on ,receipt of price, Stearns' Prompt; work prevented ,it from: I Sallie -Say, Tomime, why d 'youse ,by W. A'D'AJemberte. druggist cf teel '
Eetric, Paste Co., Chicago lIt Smal:t spreading to other ,parts of the; think ybuse like to be a bricklayerTommie'Cause ? '. apothecary 121 South Palafox street, which en-but'it/stopped: mfs'ht-.otherwjse: / a piece have pHrceitheking's .
S for Sample: to
J*r 25 cents; hotel size 'eight times structure. 'The-' -damagewas principally __ __ 1 dere's so many or send 10c'in stamps "' j' S "
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PAGE P& THE: PENSACOLA: JOURNAL, SATURDAY :
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bo : W1thoth understanding : Trustees in suck depositories -
er, Board of Bond .i"
; sides that the Nationalist party : j 1ff Have you .forgotten' that family as have been authorized ,' ti
'VJbt' titatIa J o fnil shoulaf:unite' .oa the pr1nIple.of H ritrrnCjQUQflo-. hIStOrY.,of rqun, with its ten- and approved, by this Council, an'd all _-

home rule as understood' beforethe a T I V \ dency to, weak lungs? Your checks, for: the withdrawal off said i

factional- division' brought about byParnell. --' JT doctor ,has not, if you have! funds, or" any part thereof, sHaJl be

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rV.tuuVUVn.nVuVLnVflVnVnnVL1nrlVnVnnVJV V fl JVJJVf JJVVJ *JVUV JVUV L JUL V He will tell the special danger of hard coughs in your case. Then signed by the chairinanot.. the :-
The proposal> was accepted' by the you Pectoral. If to it Trustees and countersigned
Band
says of
Ayer'i'Cherry
John Remond be- him what n*thinks .''out your taking : :
DAILY. WEEKLY. SUNDAY. Parnellites and A-v We tow BO Mereto I W pobliik ?.C.Lve L??? by one other ,member of said ,Bdard.
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I came the leader of' the united Nationalist Q a good medicine,wby Donake .-of-.fl--o -e4jejne.- iow.il. gus. Section 2. That ;all ordinancesand i i

PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY party. V- parts of' ordinances in conflict

Michael Davitt had beena strong herewith.be and the same are jhereby --. +.

\ ...BY.*. anti'Parnellite' but: he, .tad,. rose to doing of" all things necessary or convenient repealed.i .

the occasion and lent aJI the force of Legal Advertisements_ to the businesses aforesaid? Section 3. That this Ordnance f ..

: THE JOURNAL COMPANY. his splendid personality to4 the cause 3. The: amount of capital stock shaH take effect Immediately ,jupon .

__V of harmony. V Notice of Intention to Apply for Letters authorized is Ten Thousand Dollars its passage andapproval.. .
--u-ut -1rJ-ulfl.flJVLflV1JVVtLrVV It is largely due to his efforts that 'Pate t.V V V ($10,000.00)), to be divided into one Passed. ,May 9, 190G.. .

FRANK L MAYES, Pr.sident'and' General' Manager. the Irish Nationalist' party :presents Notice is hereby: given that ,the undersigned -.hundred (100)) shares of the par Approved. May, 11 1906. : The greatest enemies 01 .1w' i

___ such a united front to-day will apply to'the Governorof value of One Hundred Dollars : CHAS. H. BLISS, are mites. Tfiiy hide '
-- : in
Vrru- : .
-U He will be remembered t' longest Florida, at Tallahassee' on the 5th (100.00) each, all of 'Which' is to be Attest? V Mayor. : cracks and crevices of the roov .

MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. :however, as the founder of the Land day of July, A. D., 1906, or as soon paid for.in cash. C. E. MERR1TT, | and houses and at night ;
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.. r W i League and by his writings on the thereafter as the game may be heard 4. The term for which the said Cleric : the fowls in' countle,,_ rt 4
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subject of home jule., He was,a man for Letters' Patent incorporating the corporation shall exist is the periodof bers bite through
the
SUBSCRIPTION RATES. r of the .loftiest character 'and of Pensaco'a Electric Company in .accordance ninety-nine ((99) years. An Ordinance to change the tames skin: iF. :
suck the blood .
V marked ability and his death will be of Florida under of the corporation in t. life of the fl V:. 4
with ,
I the laws 5. .The business '
One Year................. .(500 Ono ilonth........ ,........ *5 mourned. of : Six onths.... ............. 2 50 One "Week................. II* ;sincerely the following proposed Charter- -is to- be conducted by a President the Cty'of: Pensacola. +
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the original of which is now on file in a Vice President and a Secretary V Ordained jy the Mayor and CO NKEY'SLICE. !
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Three Months...... ......, 125 WeeklY Edition ,per year.l $ i Be
if W.i. '" te office"or the.:Secretary pf ,State. of and Treasurer, and a Boara' of Council .of the City of Pensacol: i
wnJ- ,,'-J t'. ., the Slate of Florida.W. three (3V, Directors, to be elected at Section 1. The following changesin 'I .

The, Only Pensacola Newspaper From Which a Detailed. PRIMARY. VS.CONVENTION. . T, BIBTfELL the regular annual meetings of the the names:of streets and thoroughfares $ :
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1- JACKSON BRANDON, corporation, to be held on the first as they now appear on the, map
Circulation StatementCan, Be ,Secured. -' JNO. MASSEY. Wednesday in January of each year. drawn by Davison &Lee, and caused I' .

_V--V_ _____ J.UJVJU.VJV_I_ Birmingham AeH ra1d; Proposed Charter of the Pensacola Until th? \first election, the officers to be lithographed by Thos. C.i| Watson -i LIQUID t
who are to conduct the business of
Electric Company. in 1884 and delineated in th? planof .4
Offices, 108 and 110 East'' Papers on Sale' on-Trains i % %$ V Article 1. the corporation shall bE;. Marion: the Maxent Tract. made by its$ own : painted on the roosts wj1' 'lUf\vi 4

Government. and at all News Stands. -- The name of this corporation shaU: Curry, Presjdent, J. R. Outlaw! Vice ers, Wm. Fisher, 1* E. Thompson: W. ly and efSectively i rid ;- :
', .. A straight primary was held in be "the Pensacola Electric Company;" President'and Clinton Griffin, Secre"tary here- '
; J. Vankirk, and W. A.Blount, are: fowls of the pl gue.e .
V JLnJJWIJLr 1Jt juusuvuigj-W VJ__ _J fJ LPEXSACOlJA. -. Tennes-ee for the purpose of :selectIng its business shall be conducted in, the and Treasurer which three individuals by designated and made. viz: J I : :

a United States Senator, and a, State of Florida and in other' Statesof shall constitute the Board Street" in the Mfaxent I +

FLORIDA SATURDAY MORNING JUNE 2. 1906 result was easily and definitely reached. -: the United States of America of Directors. "Petterson to "CYPRESS STREET."; -
Tract
The settlement is conclusive, wherever necessary or desirable. and 6. The highest amount of indetot- I IF.
and the subject has dropped out of its principal place of business shall'be edne?;> or liability to which the corporation "McLellan Street"STREET.In "the Mjaxent; i S. MEILENI i
Tract "PINE CO. j
to
Delay in Passing hundred times without further conse the public mind, and ex-Gov. Bob. in the city of Pensacola, Florida. can at any time subject itself "Alston treet" in -the Maxent :Tractto V

quence. Taylor will be duly elected. next win Article :2.! is One' Hundred Thousand Dollars MAGNOLIA STREET." : i

The' Quarantine Bill The people of dangerous districts, ter. The general nature of the business (100000.00). 8th A'yenuei Phone 331 |i
who ought to bs affecte by these I But the machine politicians would to be .transacted by said corporation 7. The names and residences of "DeSoto' Street" from .
The bill to establish national con- .accustomed to for of east to the City limits to 'H1N3RGSTREET4" Pensacola Fla.
warningsbecome so not permit a straight primal shall beth doing'of electric and ma-, the subscribers, and the amount V : :
tjol of quarantine has evidently been them as to give them .little attej- governor l other officers. They de cfcine ,work ,of all kinds the buying stock subscribed for by each, are a> i V .
'Mich-
V lost sight of by congress, notwithstanding t'on.Much has been written about ''!banded because convention they constituted and got it e,state;*imply -and :selling of electrft supplie and follows Marion: : Curry, Valdosta Georgia, ael's Spring Cemetery Street--a'nd South r'East of of St AI'anize :......"....'.............:
light
machinery of all kinds the buyIng
the is :
the fact that season : of the Street to "ARAGCfN STREET.
"earthquake weather, about a cer executive committee.. Many and 70 shares. ; -
"
at hand when action is necessary, if electrical condi- to the selling ef. such,,other: goods "H /Street." Alston StrefeUnd
tain indescribable .... counties did select delegates wares and .mercia'ndise of description J.' R. Outlaw Valdosta, Georgia, 10 vaua VV
it is to be taken' at all. Discussingthe Hon ,of 'atmosphere. abbut the sensitive convention in a. primary, but the evil .tbet..Board of every Directors shines.V 13th ,Street, 'In'th Pettersons' addition .STREET.

delay to the measure the'Savannah : and alarmed conditions of animals '- consists in' the holding of a convention JXI y.termin as anthe.doing. of all Clinton Griffin, !Pensacola Florida, to. "GUEGORr-STREET."; J "Tenth Avenue" to 'DAVi: :
and the erratic flights and *a(- for a convention 4s/-In.its .lasl 20 .shares. "Simpson: Street". to RIGHT STREET"
News has the following to : ,workyand jie,eierpise.. of all powers.as.ayi '" ." '
say tions of birds. Just before an earth- analysis but a conflrcJi*lf'alongSthe Ae (Sg MARION CURRY, STREET -- ; P I "Eleventh Avenue" to "CLI?T'-N
.Wftat attout the quarantine bill? quake.* If such phenomena really oc line'between contending and.. xt :nie 'neesiar'j-1ncIdenta1' or : ."; :'J..: R. OUTIJAW "Forts fetreet" an'd v'ffSrst. Street" STRVEET.I"Twelfth _
Has it been forgotten in tbVexcitement : cur;they are mysterious and meaningless ly "selfish; hot: to"'say. comipft5XJlid- convenient to ttie-*purposes or businesses : .., V cbDT.Ot CfRIFTFlN. 4o '"BELMONT &TP..EET.i! .

over the railway rate bill? It to the seismologist a>> ti> clans in"which the. interests. of the, of the:coraor.ation.iArtfcsle: . .-' ,V -'HowelJStreet'1'an ''Second. Street"to V '* V Avenue", to "HANY >I'' KSTREET.

V begins to look so. Not a word aboutit everybody else. Ii j people are lost !sight of. The 3. Personally' before the' undersigned -."LaRUA, STREET ? V .':, ',.. ..' -
has appeared in the dispatches V All feigns I of earthquake thus far The Tennessee convention is a dis capital"stock: of this corpora appeared'Marion: Curry, J"".- R. Outlaw "Griswall Street' and "Third Street" Thirteenth Avenue"* to "r\H
for weeks. Indeed, several months discovered seem to be the outcome of g.ace to Tennessee least its flrslday's tion,shall be Five Thousand' ($500Q) and Clinton Griffin, known to me to to "JACKSON' STREET...7' STREET."
have elapsed since it was a subject individual imagination after the and it is to Dollars, to be .divided into'fifty shares *
procedings were, be .the individuals described, and ac- "Campbell Street" 'and "I'ourth!: "Fourteenth Avenue" to "R"fiI.'r
of discussion. It is said that strong event. -V he hoped the people of Tennessee will of one hundred dollars each. All of knowlsdged\ the foregoing to be their Street" to "GADSDEN 'STREE V ?." MAN ,STREET."
opposition has developed to the, intei The to and locate in and said stock shall be paid for in cashat .
predict
V power have sense enough courage signatures, and that the foregoing is 'Bai>cock Street" and' "Fifth Street"; fifteenth Avenue" toSTREET. ""W.H
state feature of It. That is a very tim, strokes: of lightning, cloudbursts, enough to put down Its politicians par subject to the call of the Boardof t their act -ani1 deed for the uses and to ''CERVANTES. STREET." J i ." R

important feature. It is the feature and the explosion of powder magazines hereafter, until they secure straight Directors, 'e ept that Fourteen, purposes"-:therein stated. "Kennedy Stre t" and "Sixth reet" V
Section 3. That the St-epr
that commanded the most attention Hundred Dollars! of said stock be nr P V
and steam boilers while per- primaries in the' selection of all offi may IN WITNESS WHEREOF I have to "STRONG STREET.: '
.. at the Chattanooga convention.As haps somewhat more miraculous than ciaU from constable to g verror. paid for in the'"personal property be- hereunto".iat my 'hand and affixed my "Duval Street" ana Seventh street", i lie way extending from 'RMSTREET" \"' '

far as this section of the coun that of an earthquake prophet would Give the politicians nothing. to hana'' longing to the Pensacola Electric official '\ this kt day of June, A to "DeSOTO STREET." ; to "OLIVA STRW
try is concerned it has government be llttla leee marvelous. die at the polls for they stand die Company whictf is now jointly owned D.,-'190-6.- V V through blocKS numbered 3o 3'". 3:,
control of maritime quarantine now.New After *H, htfwever the miracle of credited. by said incorp rat rs'and the value of E. R. BURGOYNEv -"Wagner V Street" .and EighthStreet" ." 12 arid 48, In the "DonaJr svu TI.le>! (

Orleans. however, is calling for to-day is the commonplace of to-mor It will be fortunate indeed if- the which said personal property is,here (SEAL)' Notary Public. to' "GQNZVA1JEZVsrrREET.'Street"'and "Ninth Street"to shall be named and known as V FOR"
the passage of a bill provding,for federal become by agreed by and'between said Incorporators "Rodney : STREET." V
row. Prophecy may yet an democrats of Tennessee escape defeat -My commission expires Oct. 17, 1908. "
STREET.
"BRiAINARD |
control of maritime quarantine, to be Fourteen The Street or public *A\ ring '\' '- :-
exact. ;science.; at the polls after holding a turbulent Hundred Dol- oaw4w.An .. '
If it cannot have the bill with the interstate convention..' ,Fights' on the lars. "Washington Street" and "TenthStreet" : from "DeVILLIERS STREET V >
"
feature. Evidently that city ; Article to "LLOYD: STREET. | "OLIVA STREET" throtinumbered V,:, r,..,
The sweet girl graduate will soon floor were common: fights, that is 4. Ordinance to amend Section ((322)
doesn't want the state or city authoriles disappeat from public view and give to say with ftits* and pandemonium The term for which this corporation Three" Hundred and Twenty Two "Jefferson Street" west and "Elev 33, 34,. 43, an47 ir V i '
tQ have anihing.mp.re to do shall exist shall enth Street" to "LEE STREET/ "Donaldson Tract shahu\ -..
place to the fellow who rocks the reigned. Splits :maybe avoided bu be Ninety Nine (99)) of the Code Ordinances. of 1902. i
Street" and TwelfthStreet'
with quarantine maintained. for the at this writing it looks as (the democrats years from the date of the:letters Be It' Ordained by the Mayor and "Adams' West and known as MTAYI/H ,
?
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protection: l of that'city.._ boat of Tennessee had invited defeat Patent. V Council of the City of Pensacola: : to "BLOUNT STREET. I The street or public wa. V,V

But what the whole South wants by letting the politicians call a con 1. ';'Artieie !Section ;J. That Section t (322)) "Madison Street" and "Thir"eenth. ing from "DONAI ON STREET:
In the bill which provide r federal The bomb throwers have appar- vention-a thing long since eputfiat- The officers'of this corporation shall Three Hundred and Twenty Two of Street" to "MORENO STREET. "OLIVA STREET" through ;, ...

control of both :maritime' and inter. ently'transferred, ,their headquaiteisteinprril' ed as rotten in all the stftes that: be a President, a Vice-President and the Code of Ordinances of 1902 be and "Calhoun Street" and "FourteenthStreet" numbered, 44 and 46 in the "II I> >;.

state quarantine.. The ,Southern .. 'ff rrj. Russia to Spain. border on Tennesee. Thg state: ot: General M&na'ger: a Secretary and the same'is hereby amended so as to to "MALLORY" STREET. Tract," shall be named and km '\
V people have: had all the experience Old Hickory and James K.. Polk and Treasurer, and a Board of thr e ((3) read as follows: "Lake View. Ave. and "Sixteenth "CEDAR STRE T." -

they want.it shfct i\1n.\ ,qauaran- 'The: ,f Pennsylvania: railroad investigation Ac drew Johnson should fall in lice Directors. y "Section' 322.. That it shall be unlawful Street" to "SIERRA STREET."? The Street, or public way, d'
tine. They know it means the block- "Paliieto Street" and "Nlneleeuth'Street" .
Said officers shall be elected : "Maxent Tract"
; has AdYaaced to a point where .at the for'anyi person to spit upon extending
ftor, interstate passenger traffic annual of io MAXWELL STREET. "REUS: STREET" .
meeting said corporationto any paved or other improved side- to "XSHI"STREET"
and the destruction of interstate a' few scapegoats are necessary. OFFICERS NAMED be held infthe City of Pensacola walk, or upon the floor or any other '"CenerStreet"" and "TwentysecondStreet' throtfgh\ blocks numb V

VV commerce, ,fWhenever' I ?'' H -,. l on the third IVednesday of July ,bf part of any street car, public theatre, to "SCOTT STREET.! 57 and 58; shall be named and Kn- .

the fever appears in Wond.. r...what. jthe, Muck'. Rake will! BY THE TEMPLEGRAND each year. Until the first election the public bali, or public building' in the "''Fitteenthto" VV "AVERY I as "CHIPLEY STREET."
any part of the South all .the low 'stir upi 'next'op' --? officers of the corporation shalKbe'Wi City of Pensacola." STREET. J .I The right of way of the Pei'-

country towns have to maintain a . .. : T. Bid-wem: President; Jackson Section 2. That this Ordinance "Seventeenth Street"VV to "HERNANDiEZ and Perido Railway Company '\ .

quarantine.. The fever 1j. :New Orleans -- -- Brandon, Vice-president and General shall take effect)nmediately.I STREET.JY'I the City limits shall be naint-n ,_
l last cost this city several 1- $ $it%%% 3. "Eighteenth Street" 'to "JOM] >AN
Section That all Ordinancesand
year .. V CHANCELLOR: HORSLER :Manager; John. Massey, SecrearyandTreasurer known as "PI 'T ADO STREET
thousands! of dollars. A ,strict quarantine 't V ; and the said named officers parts of Ordinances in conflict STREET." V ; Section 4. Thaf all ordinanr.- :

had to be maintained for >4THE' PASSING OF DELIVERED ELOQUENT AND shall constitute the Board of Direc herewith be and the same are hereby "Twentieth Street" to 'IBOBE. parts of ordinances in conflu .'
weeks. That wouldn't have been the #: MICHAEL DAVITT., tors. repealed., STREET;' i with.be and the :same is hen .
case if all quarantine matters had % V V Jq # V INSTRUCTIVE' ADDRESS Article 6. Passed May 9, 1906. "Twenty-first Street" to i; "JOB pealed. ;.
teen in control of the national government Xtianta eorgian. The Approved!' May; 10, 1906. STREET." i V
highest
"- ., V' TO MEMBERS amount of indebtedness Section 5. That this o-j,a::.
i.Thedath' V CHAS.,H. BLISS, "Twenty-third Street".. to ;|'HAT-
or liability to which! this corp'oration shall take effect,immediate!
The. state rights idea is whal -.i : Attest .
at any : Mayor. TON STREET. i"Twentyfourth
can ; time subject Itself Passed May Sthf, 1906.
blocks the bill. The fact that that V C. E. MEEETTT '.
Street to "CROSS
shall ]
be the sum of Five Thousand Approved
attended
An enthusiastic well ilayll 1D06
V ,
and V V
1 idea didn't prevent the Chattanooga ., of Michael Davitt does Pen'sacola Temple ($5000)) Dollars. V Cierk. .STREET." ,0"" ::. .! :
14 CHAS.
meeting of No H BL'-
conference from for surprise th information i
asking not our
government come as a "Tw nti-fifth Stre g to "FISHER : :
afternoon which 'Article 7. Attest ,
control of all quarantine doesn't that the great Irish patriot occurred yesterday An Ordinance to Extend the, Fire STREET." 5,r ; horC.
was attended by .members and visi- The names and residences of the E. MERBITT. Clerk.
teem to have any weight with those and reformer has finallypassed awayis Limits of the City of Pensacola "Twe t-slxth Street" to "YONGE
subscribers for stock in this ;
of of
to One the pleasing features corporation
congressmen who are now holoSng up none the lass received with deep Be Ordained by the Mayor and STREET'rrwentysetenth?' !
tha bill. Of course, there are some and sincere regret. the gathering was ,the masterful ada and the 'amounts of stock subscribed Council: ,of the City of Pensacola: V "B\AARS\ NOTICE.Is V
each Street" to
other minor objections to it, but they Few men in modern times have ess by Grand Chancellor Henry by ;" are as follows: Section 1. That the Fire Limitsof STREET." i given'that .". i11'!
Horsier which. was !filled with bene W. T. Bidwell, Pensacola, Florida, hereby on the
V cculd easily be overcome.It suffered more for the cause of Ireland the City of Pensacola shall be extended
ficiaIad"lic.e tQ the members of the Twenty-nine.((29) .shares. "Twenty-eighth Street" to "Ji YEa of November A. D., 1906, I w::V present
seems to us that the Chat than Michael Davitt. The son as follows: Commencing at a '
temple and the noblequ.a.lltles the Jackson Brandon, Pfnsacola, Florida S.TiRl .E'I\; to the Honorable Cornm: .lIjrJi1:9:
tanooga conference spoke for the entire of peasant: parents, he began as a point in the center of Tarragona V V
Seventeen "Twenty-ninth !Street" to "A DER- of Escambla County, Florida. m .
order were language. ((1?) shares. :
: South. That being the case congress mere boy to work in a cotton mill, toldJneloquent street: 150 feet from the North line .t '
wouldn't make a mistake if it where he' had the misfortune to lose The annual election of officers John Masaey Pensacola, Florida, of Wright,Street; Thence North along SON STREET, | counts and vouchers as giurditc >

parsed the bill just as it is. The his right arm. Subsequently! he became took pl.aceat... the meeting'' ani V the Four. (4) sharesJ.: _. V the center of Tarragona.Street-to-the Thirteenth" Street" to S"Eighth "MAURA: the estate of Genevieve Parun' i i
selectioas were as follws: (Signed: STREET. minor, and make application for 4nal
ItS
South is more deeply interested in a printer'i apprentice and fol center of Belmont Street at intersection

the bill, than .any other part of the ;lowe thsuntil! l, .he was 22 Mrsu Jennie .Soderquiat" ,. past chief W. T. BIDWELL, : wItkTarragonaStrt! ;. Thence Avenue" and "Cevallos discharge from said guardian-,
of temple. -"-- Street, from City limits. the Northto May 2nd 1906. ,
JACKSON ,
country and is to be its chief beneficiary years of age, in. the meantime edu- V BRANDON., West along the center bf Belmont on ,
,' and the South has said;what Mtfog' himejt I Mrs. Helen Lewis, most VV excellent .__ ',- ... J'iO !1iAEY. 'Street to-* point 200 feet West of the the City limits on the South to :*E. C. MAXUEILoawSw.

It wants. V On a charge of sedition he was ,arrested chief West lne''of! Palatox Street; Thence ""CEVALLOS ST .EEIT." V Gdrdia-
and sentenced to: fifteen years Mrs. Chas. H, Bliss excellent State of Florida.!" South'along a line parallel with the "1Sev nth .Avenue" from "Wright

in prison. He served but half the senior. Eseambia County.. V West line of Palafox Street to a point Street" to the City limts on the] Northto
Senator Burton says there is no sentence at that time but it was the Mrs. S. Davis ,excellent' junior. Before me, a notary public in. and 211 feet North of the North line of "SAN CARLOS STREET." I $100 REWARD

reason why he should resign. Correct beginning .of a iserles of imprisonments Mrs. E. Appleburg, manager. for the State of Florida, personally appeared Wright' Street; Thence East aong! a "Sixth Avenue" from "Wright .
lie should be fired out. .which aggregated nine years Mrs. Lizzie Horsier master of W. T. Bidwell, Jackson' Bran- a line parallel with the North line of Street" to the City.limits on the! Northto A reward of $100 will b(' z \' :: "

These persecutions had no influence recorols and correspondence.Mrs. don and John Massey, to me ,well Wright'Street to point of beginning. "CORDOVA; ; STREET.: the capture of Jaqe Hanex h ,, :

whatever upon him, and each Mary Oerting. jnasterVof fi- known to be the individuals described Section 2. That this ordinance "Twentieth Avenue" shall (extend from convict camp. Descnp! r. ::,

: V Department of time, .upon' his release, he went to nance. in and who executed the foregoing! shll take effect on its passage and ap- from the. City limits on the South! to feet 7 Inches; 130 pound ;.
.
'
wcrk with the martyr'i* zeal to ad- Mrs. Martha Wrighton., protector of Articles of Incorporation and severally I proval.V the intersection of "BOND STREET"on build; age 21; carriage ere< t I

; Earthquake Prophecy. vocate the. cause of home rule for temple. V acknowledged before me the execution Passedc.May 9, 1906. the .North. eyes, black hair; complexi" ,
:Mrs. Annie Nottson, guar'd' tern thereof for Approved May 11. 1906. '
Ireland. the uses and purposes "Oak Street" between medium forehead; medium! e<< :
f The eminent Harvard professorwho He was a forceful speaker and a pie. therein expressed.In OHAS. H. BLISS, "EseambiaAvenue" nose; medium mouth; goo '.

V burst into the limelight a short strong writer and succeeded in eo' Miss E. Baylor: :trste Witness 'Whereof: I have hereunto Attest:. V laror.C. "PALM STREET.and "Oceola" Avenue", to round chin: ; short neck; squVV: V

time ago with a proposition to establish tablishing large following. He ",atone set my hand and affixed my official E. MER&nT, "Maxent Street" from the limits ders; length of feet 10 incr- V V
TERRANOVA'ACQUITTED Cijty
i a bureau of earthquake of the ,idols of the people, and JOSEPHINE seal this 31st day of May: A. D.. Clerk. on the,.South to'the'City limits nation scar on -!E.ft arm.
V when he set to work to organize the OF MURDER. 1906. on BROTHERS \''r
YARN
prophecy will at least have the sat r' i ORDIANCE the Nona to "P" Street.
AN TO INCREASE j
Irish: (Seal .
Land'Le the T
in WM. R.
gue people every QUINA. Car! )' V'
:V faction: of knowing that he started stctioa'of the: world who sjmpathizea: New York June 1.-Josephine Ter 'Notary Public. !. THE BOND OF THE CITY TREAS-- Palma Street from 'City limits on p

V an argument, whether or not there with! the; )wrongs of..Ireland rallied tj : ntiva was today acquitted cf the My commission expires January .16, URER. the South to.V the City limits on the
North to "C" f
Street.
Ii any merit in the scheme proposed his cause. murder of her aunt-Jennie Regie. 19)8.NOTIOE\ Be it Ordained: by the Major and "'
He was ,married to''an American Council of the City of Pensacola: "Jorda Stree from: the City; limitson MANWhere
; for the) matter has been widely (lis- : the South to the' City limits! .
% woman, aad when 'bereturned: to iinative IS HEREBY GIVEN that SECTION I. That the City Treasurer Ion the will : and :> TM "1
cussed. It to be the general North to"B'1 STREET." : you 1ft
seems
beand he is hereby required to
V.- I ,. county in Ireland 'was present- on the 2nd day of July, 1906 'application Madam and the Kiddies V ,
opinion, however, that there is edjw.fth, .a home., "Land League cottage will be made by Marion Curry, furnish a bond in the sum of Fifteen "Oliva Street" front 'the Cit limits ( ?)

V nothing in the plan suggested. Under ," ,by -admiring countrymen. asa ; V V J. R. Outlaw and Clinton Griffin to Thousand Dollars in addition to the on the South"" to the. City limits.'on the summer '

: the caption "Predicting Earthquakes" bridal jresTent.'V'V the Governor of ,the State of Florida,I bond require i'of nun by existing Ordinances North to "OLIVA STREET.' ; Why not takesa flyer ''f) ;

V His conduct1 during the trying period for a charter incorporating them tinder in such form and with such "Sheffield Street. to "F. STREET." to the finest Summer Count:
V The Tampa Tribune ha. the 'when leading Irishmen 'were en, I the style of MARION: CURRY sureties as may be approved by this "Birmingham Stre. t" to"H.; world? Cool, Bracing aDO fnv gor,'
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following to say upon the subject:. deavoring. l to: unite, the .Nationals COMPANY, under a charter for Council, subject to laws and ordinances STREET.V ting Colorado. .

; Professor Thomas Augustus Jag ?r, party- "will always, remain greatly to which application has been filed is relating to bonds of officials of "Annlston, <<; Street" to "I. .ST EET." V day. LeaSt Loon '

of Harvard, proposes to establish a his. credit, .ahd sufficiently: indicates rl'qulred.by law .a. copy of which, is the City of Pensacola. ; Section 2. That the foilowin.! It only takes a V V
:: department of earthquake prophecy, the gentleness of Ws nature.. V as follows: SBCTJON' 2. That all ordinancesand changes .in the name of. Avenues I In"Petterson's the Missouri. Pacific a' 1

which he believes might ;soon be able : The,-disruption of the forces of \ /i/q'/ We MARION CURRY, J. R. OUTS parts' of ordinances in conflict: ,Addition". and }In the The next morning early! V

.: to foretell the great quakes and thus home TOle. brought-about by ,the fan \ I.AW and CLINTON GRIFFIN do herewith be and the same are hereby. names Qf Lettered Streets in the Colorado.

b save lives and property.The Charles Stuart Pa 'nell. is too. fresh \ hereby made application for letters repealed.SECTION. "West, King Tract" are hereb desIg-- V Living Is Cheap. Write r"i V

fact is noted by Dr. Jagger that m thei PUblic'mnd.to! ; need recapitu \ patent incorporating and our associates 3. That this ordinance nated ,and.jna.de, viz i i tlon pamphlet-list of.Bowl,:V- :V V
"Japan hag kept up seismographic 'observatories I at ion.:here.: -That Jt was unfortunate in accordance with the laws of shall take effect immediately upon its "First Avenue and 0" Street" to"PETTERSON etc. V

for years with the purpose I In the:extreme...there can be no doubt H the State Florida, under the (following passage and approval. STREET' !
: of learning what coul be doue Both factions"felt -very1 strongly on charter: Passed".May Sth, 1906. "Second Avenue" and "P" Street. LOW RATES

,; about forewarning." the subject and-, yet; success, if it was L. The name of the corporation' is Approved May 11, 1906. to "MULDON STREET.. .',
But It U not noted by Dr. Jagger to' be; re9l & .,could not be achieved MHIUON! CURRY COMPANY, and CHAS. H. BLISS, "Third. i.venne" ..and."Q" Street" to To Denver, July 9th to 14 L

2 or anybody else that there have ever except:, by \union and cooperation.The t its principal place of business i la the Attest: Mayor. "BREST STREETS meeting B. P. 0. Elks. -

been any real forewarnings. Parnellltes were in a hopeless City of Pensacola,. Escambia County, V C. E. MERRITT. Clerk. "Fourth ..Avenue" and "R" 'street" To San Francisco Junt- -
Earthquakes come when they please ralnority: led, by John Redmond, while State of Florida. I to "HYER'STREET." : July 6th. I

and seldom take the trouble 'to send the majority of the Irish Nationalists 2. The general nature of the bust An Ordinance relating to the Proceeds "Fifth Avenue" and'. "S" Street" to To Colorado and Salt La'V

V jy; advance any warnings that anybody opposeat,to' the P rn lUtes, were ,'l ress to fee transacted by the ;said 'corporation of Improve Bonds of the City of "GREEN ,STREET ; cummer.

'can interpret led by John Dillon, who was one ofth'e Preposterous ., is the carrying on, at Pen Pensacola.V "Sixth Avenue" and "T" Street" to -I I. E. REHLANDERV.Tray. .6.. ..
(t is true that such catastrophes ablest leaders of any party in Jack (bitterly) It's'the-same old sacola and elsewhere of the business Be Ordained by the Mayor and "PFEIFFER.STREET. Pass Agt. Chattanooga

i rave been preceded in many cases the house of cornmon.s.V' story. When you ark' tired of me' you ,of wholesale and retail dealer in Council'of: the City of Pensacola: "Seventh A ven.ue-" to "SIMPSON;
by minor shocks and. quivers and Rising ,to" the highest! plane of' throw me over. "grain hay ". '
unselfishness V and feed stuffs the opera- Section 1. That an moneys arrived STREET. V' 'V ,'; PANAMA?
V ominous sounds. But these are .far Dillon proposed<< to re-sign Ruth But. you.,wouldn't, have me tjon ,of elevators and grist mills, the from the sale of tnprovement "EihtbAvuG* -to "KSYSER GENUINE IMPORTED

from: implying necessarily,' a subsequent I his' leadershiii of the majority iu favor keep anjone,'I v;.s Ure4, V of.. -would receiptand sale 'of goods irpon"con- l Bonds -of. the City of ,Pensacola," authorized STREET." V : V V ,HATS' AT THE M. & 0. CLOTHING

disaster, for they may occur a of Bedmond the Paruellite lead, you? V V V signment and commissions and tIre I by an Ordinance approved "'Ni th Avenue". to '"KN
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All Suits, regular $17 and $18 values AII: rts.regujar: $2.50 value, now All Pants, regular $5' and $6 val. i NECKWEAR 0

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All ;Suits, regular 514.50.and ?15 Al}t Shirts, regular $2 value, now \ All Pants.regular: $4 and !, : ..

values at ,. ... .0 .v: ..10.65. 'goat'v,. .. .. .$1.65 values, ,gO at., ;.- .. .$4.60$345 $2.50 Hats.. .. ,. .. ... .$1.9a $3' Suits Undtrwear. ... .. ...$z! 5t 25c Neckwear", .. .. .. .. .. ,...1ge : '; : ;
All Suits, regular $13.50 'values Ali Shirts, 'rero1ar $1.50 value All Pants and $3.75 :
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Suits, .regular .$12.50'values, .A Shirts,, gular $1 value, now All Pants, regular $2.50 and $3.00 $1 Suits Underwear.. .. .. ? ......89ot UMBRELLAS, VAUSES BELTS E! .
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All Suits, regular $10 values, go .//All: jShirts*. regular 50c value now All Pants, regular' $1.50 and $2.00 ." SOc Suits Underwear.. ." B c' ETC., AT THE SAME REDUC ,' 1 7

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: yA Is In Bergen, Norway's chief maritime city. As shown in the cut. the hall is at of Moscow, committed an '''offense for which he was duly punished. In his ., ,'

I"r the left, the commander's house is in the center and the Walkendorf tower is opinion, however, the sentence was far too lenient and for more than ten years 4

at the right The whole group of buildings is to be reconstructed for the new he has been tolling the tWQ church bells in the manner herewith pictured"for 'f' ,

: king's use. Tha royal family will reside 'in the central building, and the hall sixteen hours a day. This act of penance has obtained for him the reputation r i

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----- monument shown .in the cut is ,:I The freak tree shown in the pictureIs
Austrian home. He was a very, rich at Manila. It was erected by the Filipinos -.- -- I in the town "Plctou, Nova Scotia. 1 I i ".
The. picture 'shows the ingenious manner in which a clever Englishman man and he ordered an exact copy of to the memory of Fernando Ma- ... By a curious perversion of the natural ',. '
Captain Sycamore of Brightlingsea recently won plowing match. Since the structure to be built for him and gellan, the great Portuguese navigator .; i.

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opinion and there was nothing to do- Then, with an intense Baffled by his failure to master: there was a hearty concurrence! in "0, yes," he responded suavely ,
chair."That's ; eager, gaze -
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friends "you some i
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but to acquiesce. his swept the entire sheet and problem his feelings gradually '
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all right; Clobart, i
CLOBART mis- : the office to help I have
by harassing as you.
despite his efforts into the young lawyer regard my power j
centrated
swered hia wife her- serious face When he appeared at the offices of caught the words "Cottrell, "Du- ,
as to the political sit- ; intense sense of exasperation andanger provided for before the next sittingof thought of the possibility of county .F; f
uation. breaking slightly*. "You;Know, dear, Horatius Jarvis the next day he Bois, "senator, "sheriff one Horatio Jarvis. In this the convention. i attorney for you.'
can afford to-glve up the fee in learned that the gentleman-was but Casting a swift glance toward the : against '.
lie you
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heard by chance of an in- : of mind he reached home for Ingra called promptly at the Ingram smiled. I
trigue ithat. smacked decidedly of.bad the bond 'case forth: sake of the of the city, to return late In the aft- boy, "who was reading a newspaper, frame office of Horatlus Jarvis. !He wore a r.

faith; and, not wishing to weaken state reputation you'Will' gain. You ernoon. So he suavely charted with he stealthily folded the carbon sheet luncheon.. look of buoyant confidence. "Well? queried Jarvis, withalook

his hold'01\ the county by doing any- will make'it'tip .in the long run." the office boy, from whom he thoughtto and slipped it into his pocket. "All Like a wise woman, his wife sooth- Mr. Jarvis had read the article in of querulousness. ?
state by a calm "Mr. Jarvis, I am going to be frank V ,-
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thlngrash l he "Well dear hinterposedthoughtfully gather some points. is fair in love and war, he thought; ed his wrought; up his usual bland
; spent a quiet evening ,_ ,. _.. 'He watched her as she the newspaper and You promissed to support me for the '', .
\'ith'his"Wlf 'and canvassed the mat- ; ;,"1 dislike.fto. lose any "Is :Mr. Jarvis very busy lately.?" "and this is-war! reticence. I
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moved around the room office of representative in our -
ter .thoroughly She was always '- he inquired carelessly. "0," he said to the boy lightly, quietly been '
down at her escritoire. legislature and I have counting
toand responded.jhe. not write the note;to Mr. Jarvis then sat '
on critical questions. 0, yes sir, boy:; "I'll
"Now, let me see," said Mrs. In- 1I "but I believe it is largely politics" after all. I'll wait and 'see him in From, the depths of an underlying on you. I fear"you have forgotten
agreement.
1 :She drew forth a scrap book your
gram, knitting her "Starting rather early; aren't person later. drawer "
brows in contem-
pt her "No Clobart, he began assuring, r
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ventured Ingram innocently A mirror revealed the mystic writ- and: casting'an amused
plation, and recounting her views'onthe they? but you know conditions change. ;
the leaves of a book. ing: to be an agreement which husband, now sulking over his news- L .
end of her little finger "the situation t 's I turning pur- There is another candidate who is
l the answered 'to set into the field startling began to write. L'
Is Just this:" "I don't know, boy ; ported a paper advocated and I fear .
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to getting at signatures
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are she continued, him two or three chances this time would be very slim;
"to the"nomination unmis- It the past several days. There.'vas which doubtless appeared upon the till she' handed ,. '
through
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L't behind it force sheets of paper, "Now, dear, r l and"Now
takable pledges made during the last some sort of a meeting here yester original, there was a his forehead, "what do youthink sir" interupted Ingram k

flection. From what I gather Hora- day afternoon." politicians# whose prestige was un- stroking shortly, "I see the trend of your

tiusJarvis: is playing false and he Is S 'r '."Well well," Ingram utter 4' amusedly disputed for successful management. of this? first words, a look thoughts. Ypu promissed to sup-
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very essential factor. Into his eyes. He port me and you are now about to
"You remember how, In the last The boy recounted several ,names named as "consulting attorney" at, a of interest leaped sail under false colors. I have the .
to local politics. Ingram' guaranteed fee of $200. Beyond that read breathlessly/ '
Canlclpal! election, his nephew popped familiar "Jennie are one In a million!" I proof."
entirely confirmed. there was no mention of money, no ; you
up as city attorney. If Howard suspicions were Jarvis' snapped. t
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of only
Spencer is Yet he must winfand'hls'wife had suggestion a "
rising
now looming up against and gazed at her. "I don't be- "And continued Ingram,
your interests, and Mr. Jarvis is favoring armed him with a suggestion that Inspired scheme of organization. paper Is another woman in the "to make a long story short, you had j
,. confidence In his ability to But Ingram knew that there were leive there'
hii candidacy, there Is some- would world half as clever as you. You are a meeting in your office day before ..'
from which
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thing behind it all for Mr. Jarvis. It make a master stroke at. the outset"Well sources yesterday. An agreement was reach.I.' -
MRS. NG.. .. ...OI/ITICIAft, to the,boy; -"let come "rewards for party service" for just fine! !
"m come out in the wash." .,. he turned The next 'morning the Chronicle F ed; I have the full text of it. Out of ,
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"Yes dear me write a'note to Mr. Jarvis. I:Iwish the other campaign managers. and respect I do .not : .
that must be so, he as. news-. itim which appeared old frelndshlp ,
Tented.' advantag&Jn.X: : practice; and I to make an appointment''with -him/ Ingram thrilled with excitement. quoted a two before. at.-% wish to make public a document that : ;
,to. go"iu and'fight to Let sit here at the typewriter.There .-" 'Would It be better to expose the in Its colums years ;" .
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"Now, 'what brave you to offer? think I ought ; me It-was with-refference to the county will reflect considerable discredit up
ller1ed Mrs. Ingram..Before her husband finish on my clalms.on the party. I were beside the machlne"sev- treachery and ..high-handed assumption convention which had been 'held on ME. HOBATIUS METIS. on you. It Is useless for me to offer ;;

could answer, she proceeded. know the :domination, :' belongs. to me, eralsheets of carbon paper and, In 'of a large'part of the district the-previous day, and eulogized Hon. to offer any explanations. Til take 1
of Jarvis -
'* the defection
"Well. 111 tell you You" expect a and -" pondering over his note, hlseYts'JelJupon committee and Horatlus.Jarvis for his valuable lead- condescension!- subsided into one you at your suggestion and call tomorrow I

hig' fee -Jn the Edgeworth county "10 yes:T ln.ietruptei.Mrs.:, !}. Ingram, a sheet which had been used i ?:: or would it be the part of wis- ership In the convention, making mention of tolorant attention. .' morning, giving you till the* ': : ..'

tond matter. Suppose you turn thetasa.overto "I know if18'.Iways-well to dependon but once. The Imprint of. the type dom to buy adroitly the patronizing hadplaADed' oCI.prophecy uttered by him "Really, Ingram." he: exclaimed to think the matter over." ./ }, '

Mr. Jarvis, telling him your m8nlyre8ources, moral courage was clear and well formed/agajnst: attorney; with a large fee, as he that' the representative of the "I have been "too busy With several Jarvis stared blankly at him. ;J

liat. your forthcoming election interests ,. good kwi to and:-all ,thati but they the glossy background of.the trans! : ntyfJn the.legislature of the state pressing law matters 'to t lnk of pol- "That blasted stenographer," he mut ;r,'-

will not allow: you to attendto can not combat 'trickery? and you fer substance.. -. .' ; To. make' incur public the the agreement enmityof cot would be Clobart Ingram a rising otics of late. -Suppose '"you; drop in. tered savagely, "swore he would. ;(:- t ,
the too breakup that collusion by strik- He made a half-Interested effort-to: wQuld be to deadly next and we n't-,* !v <
must day,
case properly. It's no usa stir in' the legal and politcal arenasof say lu-iiiujiunr
? Into details; just arrange it so ; ing at the .fountain) he d--that is, decipher some; of the words p1' but the persons would affected.involve To treat sacrificeof'selfrespect nowwltti the. county, ," will go over .the.matter, iI i _,' "And he didn't. retorted Ingrav 'f ,1.' i il '

that affairs will turn your wayThereVa ," Mr. HoratfusJarvlj..'? ; > : there. was nothing special to'arrest i Jarvis which he shrank a from VT6 the quoted\ article' was appended "But I may at'least.cot nt on'your as he" walked triumphantly out oi i .k' :

'' fee of $250 l ''that caseAbe Ingram'' na11y*subs ded:; .. His wife his attention' -till" :he discoyered'thename ,- ,", SOBO remark;'to the effect that sine support, mar (pot?" : r' j J JI (l the offlcs. tf. r' J-;
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.50&-i 6 rooms, East Jackson St.$2500New A desirable piece of properly with 145 ft. frontage on E.
: \ As Did the Astors )( cptta'gevon: corner three Wright St., :convenient; Union Depot, with two store

at $60 $70 'and.$8X:; ( 13% ;. .'' block .S8 f '--lots. neb car,East HUt: buildings.!and a'dwelling; upon same.. .. .$11,500

. .. '.. lots in New City. $5500-< ets 2'houses and 6 lots,splen '
fronting { Palafox
'Baylen streets
<' That shrewd, far-sighted first head of the Astor family These! are beautiful lots ior dwelling 'did locality; fronting .hard. 25, beautiful! lots, bpth and on

,. knew that real estate was the safest and most absolutely $ J.00 CASH : purposes: street; bargain. or 1 ill'i, .'.'. ,.. I! 4,000

2, sure way of creating a growing.,.estate.. . .Lots : $5500-Elegant 2 story; home, large lot Large"one-story dwelling on-DeVilliers! street near Garden St.,
1 to 5 New City, If
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: modern. If you, want a nice' .
lot 50x180.
Your Opportunity to Make .is Now sold at-once. $175.00 pelot.. .. ; place this -Ideal. with'. . T,. ,y.( ,... 3,350
: Money : and 50 cents per week S :-j| K". 'I-: $6800- ets.a new:2: story 15 room Ten lots: in- block''250, New C1ty. Tract, each 40x137; '. 800

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to 22, block'65.West new house, all improvements, '
and in Pensacola real estate. Its ma'gnificeht' nat Tract, $350.00. ..' .1. overlooking th4.bay with no ob: Block 120 New'City, .Tract, containing 20 lots, convenient to
No Taxes "
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advantages its Ication with reference
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\ structlon, near car, includes 5 East Hill,street car, linej and also
Panama canal and its all the year climate make it L' % ? '
lots.WANTEDFor ?
THE one place jn America that will experience a No Interest! 4 locations:-yre have in any. number of of town lots desired.In good desirable customers Two-story ,.dwelling North; Barcelona St., near Gregory. .. 2,503
substantial any part
rapid and growth. Do )0\1\ own any'ealestate '
; within her borders? If not don't hesitate! ,but homes; prices' between $1500'and Northwest.Quarter' of block $0, West King Tract, containing six
ACT NOW. See our; list of residence' and-business On East Hill, between 'For particulars and prices apply tot ?3500. lota. .' ; .. .. ;;. ..: .... 450
I property that are paying big interest oil the price Stoddart's and Railroad, I HONEY TO WAN in large or small '
qouted and BUY.Pensacola amounts, long and short tlme.f Two -cottages( -on' West Zarr ossa St., centrally located and

: have 300 lots at above prices LIST your property with us for sale. good renters, ,. .for, the. twj- >. .". .. 1,250

I and terms. They will doublein Large onetstory and"a half Dwelling at 331 East Intendencia St.,

Investment Company value before paid for. '. S. BROWN 6 CO. l 40x170.. -.. .. .. .', ... 1,200

,, r McDavid-Hyer; Company,. 201-i4 c -Thfesen, Bldg. Phone :1 ....

a. H. DMiEMBERTf, City Manager. > HOOTONi ; & WATSON.Leading
"'-. LESLIE E. BROOKS t. Agents New York .
W. H. KKOWLES, President.J. R. B. SIMPSON() Secratary.
': .L STILLMAN, V.-Prej. ani Gen. Manager.Rael KNOWUS BYE, Treasurer. Life Insurance Company Board. and Rooms. Real 'Estate; Rental and Insurance Agency.

'. I Phone 462. Fisher E Building n ,
Estate, Loans, General Investments. 8 E. Government Street BOARDERS. 'wANT D-1. 226 N. AI- PHONE 54 No. 37 S. PALAFOX ST. P. 0. BOX "L"

:, 'c nii Street nice, cool rooms! good
215 South Paiafox Street, Pensacola.' Florida. Phone 7CO. Pensacola, Fla. table; terms reasonable. !Mrs. Dora.' '

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ESCAMBIA COUNTY WantedH. ;'board. Central location, 1 block For Farm Turaentinivor -- ------ I

: Will ww from' >ostoffice. Mrs. Mamie Cole, 116 .
Double In ALA., ESCAMBIA COUNTY, FLAVOR ALPMAN' Tin, Copper and Shaet I W.. Intendencia St. 23may2w,. Timber Lands
Iron Worker; cornice work'and sky .LARGE OR SMALL.QUANTITYCairb'rt
; ii SANTA ROSA COUNTY, FLORIDA! lights a specialtyr roofing, guttering .FOR RENT-One. or two newly furnished -' 'or: Addres, :

FROM FIVE 'TO TEN THOUSAND and repairing 315 South. Palafox St. front rooms; southern exposure
Value Inside ,' 'i,- Phone 560; residencei, : one 1316. ; with privilege of phone. Location Turn r'&' AY'ro rd ,

ACRES OF .LAND.' WITH, .FIVE,: TO. 2j nelm. *' I desirable and near business center Real Estate-and' Abstract .

SEVEN YEAR.TURPENTINE- PRIVILEGE WANTED-D. B.. White wants YQur 422 :W. Gregory. 13may.lv P, 0. Box 11&.: /DeFonlak" } pn1ngs.FIa.

hauling and transfer 'work. of Year WHICH WILL CUT AT. 'guarnteed. Address 1501-N' cated. Best rooms in the city; cool, hOTEL j.

a LEAST FORTY BOXES PER 9th Ave.or, phone 390. clean beds. Apply 128% East Government n .r'-. .

St 4maylm HOTEL CLOSE -'-'I'1 e' 'E1fls* House
; MJL ACRE. THOS. PEBLEY, P E"N SA. MATTRESSES RENOVATED Neck closed Ma'ytSl1'and will remain closed -
That is what a'great deal'o! real estate : furnished if desired. Guaran THREE PLEASANT ROOMS to rent permanently-., L; E. M inroe,
: In p.ensa ola' is 'going to do and COLA, FLA. 26maylOt teed. Crapet taken up and mattinglaid with privilege of light house keep Fla.- .glnjaylwCOMMERCIAL .
some of Itv is in the following list:' if desired. Leave orders at ing', 301 W. Chase. 39pr Proprietor, Milton. ,.
Green & WaUon. Phone 193. 7mar HOTEIi, DeFaniafc
Half block in New City fronting Save both by conferring with us NICELY FURNISHED fur- 4 room cottage on South DeVilito
ROOM for rent 'Fla.-New managemelt -ne'1y
_: Calalonia square'.. .. .. ..$750 when out to buy REAL ESTATE. See HELP WANTED- -:" See the Pluto Water display at Hoo- on North Hill car line; location DIshed; free ,bath and:sample; rooms; ,i Street rented for $10.00 a BARGAIN

: Half block in East King Tract,. In us about some of the following: WIANTED; cook at once. for fame ton's, Pharmacy.. James: McHugh,' very desirable. Apply.208 W. Gadsden good meaUand, good. beds.; 'Travel- at
Store N. street, renting ,
settled neighborhood.$703:; for'$180 p 'r DeVjllier year. .. ....$1500 j jHouse ] ily o'f two. Apply con 14th St. and wholesale agent. ,1june1m street.: 25aprll ing men especially-solicited. .Raves $2 $1,000All

J.. One-fourth block on Toledo square,I' on North "C" .u street cheap; 6th Ave. 2june3t I WANTED-Everybody call and ,PLEASANT place to board oa. North per day. Mri.Sl.. ; H. Stanley, Prop.

.' New City ...... ,, ., .,. H .\800: at.... .., ... .. .. .$600' 'see the Perfect Pantry. Lawhorn Hill on car line. Address No.8. 29may. ', :' property in the Maxeat tract,
:. :Lots on 11th and 12th avenues,New r 'House' on 'East 'Ar 'gon' street only I WANTED-A and industrious first, clas guarantee barber$12, sober. and Blackburn, agsnts>*109 E. Government care Journal. 27mar McCASKILD HOUSE'Freeport, la.- west of' "C" street for sale.
. per
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;: City, at. .. .. .. .. 1 .. .$200: 98''a ;e; of ood' i g' 'land$650, a1 I! week. Must report for work Saturday, street. \ 'tf 27maylm*.I Old newspapers at five cents a bundle Good meal "good 'beds." 'Patronage -

200x132: }!. feet on East Hill car I bargain at '. ..... . .. .51000 I'June 2nd. B. J. Schuster-Selma Ala. WANTED-A skiff at thIs' office. They are all clean of traveling public "solicited. Pates REAL! ESTATEof
12votl4Lfoot I'
1 line .. .... . .. .. ..$1250 I Four blocks In West Kng! Tract' ljune. > AP':t and nics. ."'* $2.00 per day; Mrs M. ltlcC skill,
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ply, stating particulars and *
Lots in East King Tract or West' each. ".... ..... .. .... .$1000 Thos.. C. Watson37)S'Palafox:; : .:price J,oJI "' ...' Proprietress. 'I .S7may j all' kinds; :business properties, lo'S.
I : King Tract very cheap and on easy We have numerous other proper -WANTED. Colored blacksmith. Ap-.- I. PARK HOTEL- Why pay $J2.5 per 'etc. Don't buy or rent until you hare
terms.. Improved property' in, West ties listed with BS and it',would pay ply A. Willis, Century, Fla. 1ay. ;, v 13. t :, FOR RENT : day when- 'ou can 'get-as good.room found what we have to offer.

King Tract,netting, 10 per cent on. investment youo: ,consult us,before making'. your SOmaylw.WANTEDrYoung. : OUR J.fOTTOHoneSifwelghl and Iv.----WufluWrtwnn' asLw.ruw and bed for 50c. Coolest pac! In

: investment man to do billing i :honest. dealings. ifornia. Evaporated -' FOR RENT-2' nicely furnished Pensacola, and you can go' out aid| get

See us in regard to Lake View Haven We are in receipt of advices from and stenographic work in wholesale! Peaches, loc pert oand, 2 Ibs.fpr 'rooms.,for rent to gentlemen onl ._1 what you want. .to... eat. One. block;from Fisher Real Estate Agency
<;, Property. Prettiest place in New the fire insurance companies represented grocery house. Address 0. Box 835!j 25c; California; ,Eva erated Prunes; ,Apply to Mrs. Hester; 420 W. Ohase. postoffice. 22may
-; City and is onBayou, Texar. by conflagration us "That all will losses be In California City. .' ,29maylwIWjANTED I ljc) per ibs., 3 lbs. tor 25c!!'fine Lolidsa St. Phdne1095. U- 2janelm, ; SUMMER BO'AItDERS-Tlie: Hotel COLLECTION OF RENTS A

paid and that, THEY WILL promptly CONTINUE --50 Laborers. Apply 'at Layer Raisins 2 ibs,.for 55c;.HeInz Apple Hyatt is now open for spring and summer SPECIALTY.
$ D. Hale Wilson & Co. TO FURNISH ABSOLUTE once. Goulding Fertilizer Co. 27m Butter per crock::40c. E: B. Hoffman FOR RENT-A. R. Bingham has storage trade. People 'wo' wish to; rest

Phone 234 15 South Palafox INDEMNITY AGAINST LOSS BY &% Son, 57 Gregory. St .Phone, room for rent, .suitable. for furniture and build up the Hyatt Is the place. Phone 87. 206 S. Palafox St.

: FIRE AS THEY HAVE DONE FOR WANTED-Men and boys wanted to S25.. .. ISmaylm' or other'goods. '104 and 106 Hotel .:Hyatt is 'lhe best .and most up-
ALMOST ONE HUNDRED YEARS. learn plumb n'g. plastering, brick South Tarragona street Phone 639. : todate'hotel, north, of Atlanta,; .'b?au'
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Protect your home and business laying. Special offer 'life scholarship WANTD.-AIl kinds or electrical : tifully located; plenty to eat;. : good Miscellaneous
FOli'::
I 'work. I sell all kinds RENT-Cottage, furnished or
dollars, payments of electrical[ '
fifty
loss :
jgainst by fireby insuring with' easy ; spring water: 'cool nights; perfectly nflruflW flt.uWWut p jut ftna
union card batteries and other electrical supplies. unfurnished, on, ba ou for summer:
FOR SALE position and guaranteed:
malaily a
healthy; no mosquitoesno; ;
free catalogue. Coyne Bros. Trade When you need me ring 345 or 955. Fins water front for boating, bathingand I home-like place to rest;: ; 87 miles EXCURSION TO SANTA! ROSA ISLAND

I us.ESCAMBIA Schools, New York, Chicago, StLouia.lamayly. R W. Peake, new Star Laundry building fishing. Beautiful location, near north of Atlanta L. and N. -The steamer Capt. Fri twill
raijroad.
on ;
New eight room house with hall, 10th REALTY CO.
E. Garden. iSdec. car line. Address Cottage, care Jour- run an excursion from Freepoi.
;: Ave. and 16th St. This place has to be 204J4 S. Palafox Street ','" nal. Ijune3t D. M. Hyatt, Proprietor, Ellijay! Ga.ISmaylm. to the island, leaving Freeport Fi ifa},

seen to be appreciated . .$1750 Telephone 1052. WANTED-Everyone to know that COURT HOUSE DYEING. Pressingand I; June 1, returning Saturday. Fan',
General agents for State for Home The Journal has nice, clean old papers Cleaning Club, 212 N.DeVil!ers FOR RENT-A nice 5 room cottageon OLD MILL INN-On bay front Opens round trip $1.00. 2Tma>1 .v
Lots 3, 4 and 5, block 140, New ,
j Life Insurance Co.. of New York. for sale cheap. Only five centsa St., Mrs. T. J. Davis, Prop. Your pat N Spring 'St., with bath, gas etc. June 1. Large, airy and delightful
i City. . .$600 bundle. ronage solicited; satisfaction guaran at $15.00. Inquire Fisher Real Estate ly cool. Good fishing; battingi! and NOTiCE' -Having installed rnal h Jinf
I .: Blocks 125 and 126, Petterson AJ- teed. Careful attention given ladies' Agency. ljune boating. First class' table. On i electric for the manufacture of galvanize! !
I dition, water. front, new six room W.-\N1ED-Ftrst-class Barber for colored garments.Phone 1222. 8fel car line 15 minutes ride from city. iron cornice, skylights, cornice( ?ir-

house. on same. .. ... . ..$1,600 I Some call at Sylvester trade. Ring Campbell 1010-Store ring near or WANTED-We want your orflers foi FOR RENT-:A six room house, fur- Regular boarders and transients. ters, circular mouldings, etc., I am now
reasonable. Address Old! Mill prepared to do sheet metal work of
nished from now until October' Terms
1 T" Block 63, East King Tract. .$2,600 dummy depot Warrington, Fla. .1907 Art C..t ndars. Over 300 original or ,
all kinds
longer. Water and electric lights. Ad. Inn Pensacola Fla. ;4may on short notice. aiiar-
Lot 7 to 14, inclusiveblock 24 apr[. designs to select from. Allprices.
} 171, tion
Mrs. M. Powell assured. Estimates cheerful'/!
Box
dress, P. 42, Evergreen VIEW HOTE1L Clirkes-
I New City... .$1,600 New Bargains Mayes Printing Co., Pensacola. ,. Ala. 31may1wFOR MOUNTAIN given on work In or outside the nt-.
16eb. ville, Ga, .Nestling' among 'the fountains
I Chas B. Vetter, 18 W. Intendpnria.!
WANTED : of North Georgia. An Ideal ;Place
WANTED.-Electric work of all kUii RENT-Large brick warehouse to rest. Scenery and climate unsure 11 Phone698. 2ma)1i
t i JA.WILSON&Co. inCity : Let us can: your fans repair your SOilS, en side track. Central part passed. Beautiful walks and drives.' -
Wl.-\'oif'EID-Carria'ges! repaired and re dynamo, do lour wiring etc. Paona of"city, Addlress Box 712, City. 365 feet piazzas. A essible'to SANTA ROSA-Pavilion, L.S.fers S. of
Real Estate Agents painted; floats built to order; horse 1 570. Pensacola Eleciric: Co.. 205 S. SOmaylw., points of interest No mosquitoes.aany the best accommodation .'*
! : : : Lots shoeing a specialty. J. G. W isi Carriage B ylen. 1! Excellent table. 19ma'ylm* bathing and recreation to be found un
; I Co. 27feb 1 the Gulf of Mexico. Launch L<- 'a :
FOR RENT-airs. F. C. Swift's place, < '
i I Salisbury Building, Room ,
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/ i ---- WANTED.-The Mercbanta Transfer just 3 miles out.-west of city, over leaves city wharf daily at S:00: a m.
; 8:LOTS, one block. from 16th W Al-'DED-SeWfng in families or at my ':'Co. wants your-moving" bauUnj. looking the bayou Chico. Larfe BROWN. HOUSE-DeFuniak Springs. Phone 659. Chas. H. Burton, Ifgr.
I k Ave., car line. beautiful loca- : All breakag2 guaranteed T. B. Tnor- Good beds, airy rooms, elegant 12may.
home. (Best quality. Address J. C:, roomy tion, for home; if taken at care Journal 2junelt* sen. Prop. Phone 978. ISJunelm the summer/ Apply to W. E. Cater, meals; free bath and 'sample rooms.

once a.. ...:... ... .. .. .Bargain at Gas office. 30may-JJ Special attention to traveling :men. If you will look around the houp
I The WANTED.-The. public, to know that Rates $2.00 per day. .1. .R. Bj-own,
WELL BUiHJD BOUSES-on install you will find a lot of ways in Whi.Lyou
ENTIRE BLOCK, 219 West old newspapers cane. bought at FOR SALE OR RENT-A five Prop. *
KIng Tract.' .. ... .._,. .' .. ..WO.OO ment plan, or cash You own the this office-: for five cents a bundle. Theyare cottage' with :bath and room No., ._ J I can use old newspapers. You
i : lot I furnish the money. and .build th' all clean and nice. gas. ING'HOVSES.. can buy them in any quantity at 'h-;
8 LOTS in block 109, West Kin'g house. You pay monthly; sfme as 1107 E. Cervantes street Two blocks- HOTELS AND BO office. They are put up in bundle,
Tract. .. .. .. . .... from street car. Apply to H.W.. Before laying-your carpet or'matting ,
$250.00 rent, in a short time house is your.. WANTED-To sell a lot of old papers convenient to carry and sold at fi- ,
I People's 23 LOTS in 'block 126, in West Pay rent 20 years it still belongs1 to 'at 5c a bundle. Apply at this of Gibbs, care of Forbes Store. : buy a supply of old newspapers cents per bundle.1L.T1'RESiSES .

i King Tract., .. ... ..' .... ..'..$700.00 the other man. Will. also put dowii fice. They are all whole, clean and 26maylm. to five put cents,underneath a/.bundleuat; "and"protect this .omCj.FERRELL' it.Only;,. AND FURNITUKE-
wells. with good 2-inch galvanized .
4 LOTS in block 45, West Kig pump. g.WANTED.A. FOR. Mattresses made to order; old on' Irenovate.t.
pipe with brass cylinder attachment RENT-Very cheap, a delightful
Tract if HOI'EL-Sneads, Fln1da. New ,i.
: taken at once, per ticks rarni- \'
will make water fly from a well It Blngham wants .location on bay shore, close to'eleCtric "
lot..s Rates 12.00 per day., 'Nice roms, Second hand furniture bought an'l'!
! TJ Real Estate ; 70.001,' 40 to 100 ft deep, and so easyfa: child ::- your moving and hauling. ,He guai car; bathing :and fishing. Fine good beds, table. the besX J. M. Fer- sold. Upholsterin'g and repairing d'jnf. ::

Homes. and other property. for sale can pump it. 'Costs but little more antees breakage. Phone 630. place for camping parties, with plentyof ell, Prop.' ,.-. iiapr 114 E Belmont St., city, phouc ;', L ,
in all'parts,o'f_ the city. than the old dug well All satisfactory house, room Apply Fsher Real. .
Davis Mfg. Co. C. T. Davis M !
Money to Loan on good real estate before you pay a "cent. Get my'wires. Estate Agency, 206 Palafox Sl' H."fEL'YERNOKRates, ,52 per' day ; :

I .and. seluritjrat market Tate of interest. F. M. Williams, Contractorand MOflOytOLOBflaLONEY 25may; Special rate by week.' :'Specia attention TAILORING L. DIamond Tailor. I
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; Builder, Room 308 Thiesen Build ... '" to traveling men. Free :'sam Gents' clothing"cleaned, pressed and i
ing. Phone 802, 1 ring. 'Ijunelm TO LOAN-EverYbody borrows FOR RENT""": Two story 8 room house, pIe room. .Mrs.: J. P.. Mauldin, Prop. repaired on short notice. No. IPa !

'rhos., Pebley ,* money from Ino..... A... HallCo' & with gas, hot and cold water and all I5apr. | West Government St., Pensacola, Fla. '
, WANTED! married .other modern'conveniences..
/ couple wants a Addressor Idee.
Co11ectingAgency.
:, 16 E. Government street When HOTEL, SOUTHERN-Open all the
[t cottage or part of cottage on waterfront call apply 41-EJ.: Chase street. lOmay
in need on ua. 9feblm year. American andEuropean iplan.
PHONE 559. for the summer"months. Either ) J. H. PORTER, sallmaker, 716 South
I furnished or unfurnished. Give termg MONEY LOANED on all kinds of p"rfioaal FOR RBNT-Elegant two-story resi- Special summer rates. First-class in Palafox street Orders taken tor
Pleasant
and particulars in first letter. Ad- pioperty on short notice. 'dence, corner Strong and Sprin Sts. every respect. and convenient tents, awnings, camp stools and cousa! '
dress Summer care Journal. ljune Terms easy. J. B. Gray & Co.. 2 W. Apply to C. H. Turner. lOmay Mrs. T. L. Bowen, Prop., j Pen cots. etc. Prices reasonable. 3ljan- 'I
FOR SALE, sacola. Fla. tSaptNTUOTEICIIIPLYLO
I Romana. Phone 1165._Ifeb SHIP CHANDLERS-McKinzle O t" i
1 SITUATION W "I'EDExpertbook.keeper FOR .EIIT-Two very desirable CS ,. lug & Co., wholesale and retail si:?
MONEY TO LEND-On good real e*
All kind of real estate
for'sale or audits stores on first floor of depot Large and well lighted
closes
opens Manhattan
keeps chandlers and only flrstda5house : I
security, or on good collateral. grocers
rent. North Hill and :East Hill vacant small tate Corner Garden rooms. Free sample, room. Meals at .
hotel and .
sets or
: any temporary work. F. Baylen. of kind in fair to aiMILTON7
E. city. prices 1
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Leslie
I i Your property sold and rents lots. Some choice at lowest rates. Brooks attention ,
j collected at
hours.
very ones .W. Riley 204% S. Palafox'Sl SOmay FiShel' I Just completed.. and arranged in first all Special to :irav-
i I and prompt returns made on same.II'' good bargains for homes or investment building. ; 21an class sha:>e.For'. terms, particulars elin'gmen. J2.0Q pe '. day J, Me Tug- UPHOLSTERING SHOPWllKe ) ;
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: SITUATION ;
I Give me a calL Remember the place WANTEDr'Expert'bookkeeper MONEY LOANED oa-allfilnds of personal etc., apply Hooton & 'Watson. 29Apr gle Prop. 13n4rlm Mima: Proprietor. Furniture ,r
t' OJBce No. 12 E. Government street in! One large lot on R. R. good factoryor and general office'man. Ad- property. on short notice. repairing of all kinds carp ts
i .: Music House. A few bargains to offer warehouse site. One water front : dress 'X care Journal. 20maylw( Terms easy. J. W. Ballard upstair FOR ,RFNT-Second story over Lin.denstruth's CHIPLEY HOTEL-:-Can. Settejllnd, laid, furniture packed for shll'Pnl: '
today. II IIp' lot that a purchaser could make no I 23%. South Palafox St.. Phone 1144. jewelry store. Suitable Prop. Special attention to conimer-: Phone 63. Next to Tampa Landing- :
WANTED-Your clal travelers. re'ampIe .
stenographic :
mistake to buy. One .' 40-aere farm work. buoy for offices sleeping quarters and bath 2AP&
t 5 lojs in block 53 : Pensacola Typewriter Exchange or storage rooms. Large rooms with good beds. :
Dallas Tract. $350 ana! one of 160 acres both 'near Pen- fooms. Lee DanielL '
! ; :All of 'block 219, West King sacola. 315& S. Palafox St Phone. 379. UNLIMITED amount or money to Iou 24apr $2 per'day. 13ni.r1m CARRIAGES repaired and repaiaieiFloats

: Tract .. .. .. .' .... .. .... 40023.1ots. Four choice brick business houseson 23may. on' all kinds of personal'property.. FOR RENT-8-room, :.st :y Cottage BAY HOTBlir-OptB BlfW and i idaj. built to order. Horse saving
{ in block 126 west KIn'g 'Palafox; St for' sale. Fine Invest- Special rates to business men on large 318 W. Belmont Apply to Walker European lan. Rooms 'llffhtl and a specialty. J. G- Welsh Carriage
> ; Tract. .. ... .. .. .. 700 ment property. Few choice offices W. i'TED-The public to know that loans. The New York Loan Co.'. 204% Ingraham April20 clean. Transient trade solicited. Co. -""
8 lots in block 45. West King for rent we can do all kinds of repairingfloat South Palafox. 575-579 B. Pa1* .' JM. S. Nicblao REGULAR HACK LINE-From Cill.9! '

: Tract . . '.0 .. .. '.. 560, Turpentine men all get rich, and I"Tiave building, horse shoeing, etc. J. A. R. BINGHAM has storage room for Prop. I ley making connections wit u:'
8 lots in block 171 New City water, good turpentine business for G. Welsh Carriage Ca 27feb rent suitable for furniture or other launch for points on St. Andrew* aay.
main and car line! in one block. sale cheap. 15 crops boxes plenty t.1 CREW NOTICE. goods, 164 and 106 South Tarragon Extra teams for traveling men. Goo1'
round timber"lease,on which together WANTED-A.ll owners of poultry Neither the t ptain. owners St Phone 680 buoy LOST I horses, comfortable vehicles. Ca:. &
with boxes good seven years longer. know that we ate' agents for.the' : eel. a. or consfgnees of the Ital- ..,wtrrw.rtr.rJuWaw- .1' 'U- or address J. C. Sinclair, Chipley, F.a. ;
Write or call and see schedule of ebrated Conkey's Poultry R 'medled. ian bk DeGregori Gio Batta WANTED.-Real Estate for sale or LOST-Pansr breast pin.wfth diamond Telephone No 74. :-'SttPr ;
L property. Guaranteed to cure 'rape, cholera will be responsible for the rent lease or exchange. Your business'respectfully in.center. ; lost,: Monday,, either on J
! N. HdL OERTING gape and to kiU fleas, lice and mites. debts contracted by the crew solicited. J. A. WII- depot car line- on arragona. or rail-

.. U. T. CRAWFORD Also their wonderful egg producer. ,F. of said ,vessel.,, son, Real, Estate Agent 22% W. GOT road wharf or, 'possibly at Witflch's GENUINE IMPORTED PANAMA

r Phone 476. S. Mellen & Co. Phone No. 'Z3!. G.: :FERRARI: Capt.ROS'A&x eI11IIlenrit.reet, Boon '7.; Salisbury. boom. Reward for return this dfSce.SOmay.12 HATS AT THE M. & 0. CLOTHING
!.] \ !" \14 South P"tfO'f Street 18apr. >" BROS. 'Cons rnees. building!' Phone 172. -- 23 jan [ STORE $3.50, WORTH $5.00. !

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Sale For Sale i ', ,;
For tJ
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-gee- the Pluto Water' display at Hood ,'J none SALE Large;: singlecut-under f\'i :'

ton's Pharmcy. James McHugh top delivery wagon. ,- suitable' for :
wholesale agent 1junelm J light, two horse. First class make and I i i !F l : .
i 1 Ln good condition. Can be. seen at :
FOR: s.\LE-We have a lot of keg,?, :wagon yard, oppositeS Duibuisson. E. i :i;

suitable for flower pots and otherpurposes .[Intendencia. Address". Wagon care J. W. Bulloc Jr.
; also a lot of whiskey, syrup Journal. ljune3t ,: [ :

and other barrels, which are suitable i -'-
for packing crockery or fish and curedweals .FOR-SALE-Fine hotel site; best situation ; !' .!
We buy all kinds of barrels, in the city for a tourist hotel 1 tj.
ud re-cooper and clean them. Sup- 130 feet fronting south by 172 feet : : 'j f Ci

> always on hand. If you need any deep ,on East Government street, overlooking
rl barrels or have any for sale, ring us Seville square and' Adams i i
Phone 235.residence phone 591.pensacola street with open ''vIeW"' of Pen cola f
BP Cooperage Co., Geo. A. bay $10,000 will, buy the property l

Vucovich. Pres., No.. 9 S. Alcaniz: lapr.- Real Estate ; | (1ltn

;;maylm.b9AL1Marinee. FOR SALE-A fine piece of water

front property 50 feet front on West :
r and stationary Shore the foot of street stores .
Bay at Clnbbs ,
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engines.simpliest.Wonder strongest Gasoline and Engines,best with a 4 room house, front and Back, WWi WG .. '.. : : i 5 "t 1'; '
the ,
has nice wharf about 250
are gallery, a "
on the market for the money. N ,. .. .. : f n *
engines feet long, running out to deep water .and. t >
Ed B. Banks, Mf... ... .. :
Send for catalogue. from the front gate. For a few days .. .. i "
pensacola. 27maylw" only it will be offered at only $1500 K 1 '
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cash. Apply to Jos.I.. Johnson, at ';1
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SALE-A lot of old newspapers. H' I
fOR
L. Friedman & Co.'s store. 5mayDIRECTORY
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Pui up in bundles convenient for G ;, .. ..
rarryin'g. Only five cents per bundle. IF I .. .. ;
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this office. \ '
Apply Mortgage'LoansPhone D ... .. : !Uf i
CITY MAPS FOR SALE-Hooton & C ." . .
Watson have just received a ;large Joppa Lodge, No. 6, I I.' 0. 0.. F. Spirits :; .1 '.
upplY of the latest city maps, showingall Joppa Lodge, No.6,' 1. 0. 0. F. .'. "
of the subdivisions. The maps are meets'eVery Tuesday ,evening at :39 i '
official and down to date and are o'clock at Odd Fellows Hall, Belmont it i t !.f' ;
mounted on heavy linen. Regular and Baylen street. Visiting brethrenaro .. 1' '
price. J2.50; special price on lots of cordially Invited. 161. > \ tan.-reb..... J :: -:_

to Agents or, tea), estate N. G. f b-Kar...
five or more ; T. H. FLEETWOOD. ; ;; ;
Hooton & Watson. 8may '" Jar.-Jpri1. fJ .
men J. W. GINGLES; Sec < April-JUy.. .
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31jan6m. .. .
FOR SALE-Large Ice box, suitablefor MnyJaa i 1

grocery store or market ando Pessacola Lodge NO. 3,'K. of P. Room 405. Thiesen'Duilding1' July JannTaiy'Atigna$- $i' : : :

a fount, with 20 syrup cups. All in meets every Monday, evening, at 8 Aig.s.8ept ; ; "
good condition. Will sell cheap or o'clock at their temporary Castle Hall 8ep4embN- :: .
exchange for other .property; :ApplyT over Pou stable;, W. Intendencla"st.Visiting f ,: ..
J. Bucey, 1021 Ninth .avenue. brethren cordially welcomed. f "
7maylm J. A. KRKPATRICK.,0. .c. ;.. q,; '
1 For a limited time only I have to
H. HORSLER. K. of R. &: S Liverpool : : r i'U f
Berkshire
FOR SALE-Registered ,. .
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offer one-third of a' block on North : : ; _
hogs; best of breeding. Ask for
Carl Setterlind, 'Chipley, Meetings ofthe N w I f.f.i.i' _:
catalogue. Knights: of Columous Hill (North Palafox Street well : J .. :

Fla. :g.)"t are held at their hall, This of will January
located.
piece
FOR SALE OR RENT Two lighters; ,No.. 8 West Intenden property March;
one with capacity for 75"thousand ft. cia street, on every be a money maker Ask me about: July Jupri () '

lumber, the other thirty thousand ca Monday evening at Ootobw. .... i :
pacity. Rates reasonable. Also two 7:30 o'clock. An inTltatioa it, Let me show it to you-' *wmW: ... rIli

skiff boats for sale cheap, 22 ft long, is extended New York ;
5 ft. beams. Telephone or write J. A. to visiting Knights; $2,750.Pensacola New
Chaffin & Co., Milton Fla. 25mar: JOHN BF JONES,
-- J. ,S. LEONARD, Grand'vKnlghj. l.. '. -
OX THE HIGH LAND-East Hill elec- Recorder: ...
tric car line, six lots 100 ft. front %.ay,-......... : a ;:, f
by 137'/a deep" Corners J700. Inside Daughters Rebekah. is a Growing City 1 1':
f'
lots $600. There are no better situa Naomi Lodge, No. '10. Daughters of i : : ;

tions than these lots A. V. Clubbs. Rebekah, meets every Monday nightat I believe it will double its population )(q. ......_ : : { :. ; 't
8 o'clock In'1..0. 0.. F, hall j "
Visit D1.1.. ... ..
JUST RECEIVED-Large attlpment ol: ,
Imported Olive OiL Retail by pint ing sisters cordially Invited_ to be present withinthe'next few years. The j: : 1 t); :: !" i

gallon or larger quantity. G. Morasso wQo.come to us will be .
people
MRS.'B.-'R. WJTKOVSKL "
6 Co., ship chandlers and' grocers, 701 r : I
South- Palafox. '- 4ocL MISS. WILLIE KENDRICK{, Sec. largely drawn from interior*cities. 8oath..a 1. '; .> :
Gower....... ,.
FOR_SALE.-Improved and unimproved l will l ,be. people who will( love. A. 8.B...... :: i. )
M. E. B.-A.' No.l, .meets: first and ., They ;
pr lperty In all parts of the city: : J..tIh........ : '_: ,
J. A. Wilson & Co., Real Estate Agents, third :Wednesday evening at 7:88- $. : .the view of the water. They will A.B........
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m. RafTord Hall, No 10, West' Intea- .....
: a.B.T.
Room /Salisbury./ building. Phone dencia' street be sure to want to live near it. ;:1- B.40.:. ... I !;:t
112. __, ,:23J>n i : A. G. FELT;; Pres. : JWa... '.... ,
FOR SALE: -Three 'yoke 'of oxen and J. L. SWEENEY.. 'Sea have a block, No., .98 in the, New O.f.I ;..... ;

log cart; good team in good, condi : 0' II.! ;.........
tractr-the i oh .
highest point .
tion and :.working every' day: Price Pensacbfa-r a LOdgeNO: : 41.0.0, n City U.8.; l U'
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\m. Call"on or write J. A. Chaffin & Pensacola Lodge No. 4 't.J: F. East Hill overlooks: the rBayou a.e..;,OU!. $ ; rn'
Fla. 29aprlm 0. O..F., L.a .......$5.00'I .
Milton
Co ,
meets every ThursBar.! vexing at 7:30 fronts Gadsden street the hard L.ad..N.. ;i '
FOR SAtE-Lady's saddle, extra at the new hall on Belmont and Bayle" on M.P........ V}..
good; fine Shepherd dog;. also, streets. Visjtinfe.. brethren cordially road-two blocks from the car. line, L C....... ... t
i
invited. E..tiREENBLATT.J. c.LPM; .;. /
brand Century Encyclopedia and
Dictionary.new Address 1102 East Gads- I NEVILLE Secretary ond. block 'from: the .Bayou; ? \l will t ...T.0 .!... j:i > ;: ;:
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den,,St. or .phone 285. 9may ,sell this block, 'of:40: lots if sold P.O B'D'G....... : jr: "
I W. 0. W.. s 4T- .LP"....... i l ::
AUTOMOBILES. am agent for the I' Uve Oak Camp No.: 1, W. 0. TV. quick at $51500or at the fate of It.I.......... i
Pope Mfg. Co. and can sell you autos 1,meets in ? Pythian .HaU' 1st and -3rd $275'per lot. Lots side *,]4........ $ .t..t.f f 'f
from $500.00 up: They cost less than'horses i I Wednesdays la each "month. Visiting on every T.O.L...... '.

to keep up. They can be run I sovereigns-cordially invited. of this block are bringing to-day p. m&.... .. :
in sand or anywhere a' horse canS go. ; F. A. BOGHICH, C. C.LESLnJE. : 0jp......... < { ?
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Leslie E. Brooks._ R09KS."CI k. $300 and $400. per lot.; Think over 't :! '"
FOR 8\LE-'ren: new and second' Ausley & i ,
i'i :
I 1 r this compare' the prices in' the
second hand office safes, differentsizes New : ; = :..
1Pensac ; t .
best makes at bargain prices. old, SI t.Andrews,'and neighborhood, 'and you will find ., again' : f '. < .
Scarritt Moreno, Rce'ast Government : 0 kets on : :
St. 24mar i i. Gulf Steamship'Co what Isay is true,;'' It is a goOd piece lower: and ; ; f
the ; y
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FOR SALE Nice, clean old newspa STEAMER'rARPMW'G -1 of property.. to buyr? : '"':, and left. : r
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ft't
pers. All whole and useful at homeor met 1 n
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in your store. Only five cents per,' a ARRow: ; Master,, 5500. they are : :
t i
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bundle. I 1 FmST.CL\-: 'PASSENGER SERVICE ANDFREfGHT the Crop list J ,'

FOR SALE-Fine pot flowers.I ;-DetwvI e provement if' t'

Apply 1408 E; Gad?den St or: phone PENSACOLA. 'MOBIL!, A PA LAC HI- wards I. ) i. t
85J 6rings. Mrs. J. J. Rogers. :I COLA. :CARRABEtLE. 81' AN. let Me, list Your Property tion 1 !' t o1.d'

13maylm. !: DREWS; MILLVlLLE.: Co., fix ( :
F
FOlTSALE-GASOLINE ENGINES'''I And all pojntt $n., St Andrews Bay, for 'sale* You,will be pleasedL with .' latter at' .: ? s

Several second-hand gasoline en-:, CarrabeUe ard.Apalachicola, the way r do, business Selling -- these.think )t. '
gines in food order at reasonable: SCHEDULE 'H :
prices. One 8 horse power, one 3: Lean Febe&cola Sundat. 1:30''a property my business; I have to gov The : j :

horse power, and one 2 H. P. Ed B.f m ,for Moili. Als.I .', -, _' ;
sell it. I sell and will
Banks, Pensacola, Fla 27 maylw I Leave" Pensacola, Tuesday,. 8:30 p. can yours, mer
the
[m for St Andrews, MlllvlUe t Apalac'aieolai sell it, if you list .it with' me. rant New 'crop .. 0
and i
FOR ; .Carrabelle- lntermedfatg
SALE-A new top buggy,cheap. :
Address Box 315. ljunelw points. in a } .
For additional. laformaHon apply 1 1 spoHd to ;

FOR SALE-5-room cottage on monthly I I .J., R SAUNDKRS, The t..'
E. R.-COBB, Provident since :
payments with 'gas, water and "
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Gen. Frt 'and Pass.,Agt-- Ideal
(free :I )
delivery, one block from car; :
:
Penaaco10.Y7L '
cor 8 Ave and 12th street, East Hill. I f f .
0. E. Brett. to
ljunelw
I J. W. Bullock Jr gard it a

FOR .(SALE-Bicycle, good" '.as new;1.! ROUND TRIP SUMMER what happen has Is >< _;r :

cheap for cash. Apply Marrlon-.i and; ;t not''' F/' t.
Curry Co., next to Moore Ice Co., W. There. :
CONVENTION RATES
Garden
St. 30may : :
,. bsarish as "
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FOR.SALE-iFine( large young mule' Round trip' umm r.excursions from Real ing verbial, to -
Estate
sound as a dollar, only 7 years old; all points east -Pacific coast .and g Price: : t :
Cheap if sold at trace. Address, Mule northwest' from June:.! September tle over 5 : f
are Journal. SOmaylw 15, with special: top-ov.er privileges, ; ready ; :i-.
""' --- I good returning October .31, 1906. '
FOR. SALE-Fine Leghorn/ and Plymouth N. E. A', meeting at..Los Angeles, but Price 1' :
Rock chickens. 913. ,. .
258 East July .and. We. Ii
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Gregory street SOmaylw Elks meeting at Denver: ', Colo., July .. around i ; .

16-21. -.. : ., > "- .. In "tSe! .
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FOR SALEroom cottage for sale ; Summer rates Cojoraflo. Jane 1 bure&uL *
cheap. Address D. A. Wampler, to September 30.: 11 j
Cottage.Hill Fla. 29maylwt Hotel Men's Conventiol?, Portland, .I i
I Ore: June, 2528. MottgageLoans\: There ; : '; .
FOR SALE-Lumber Is now cheap at I tile the splendid 'through service used : : ; :

Joel Frater's lumber yard t>a Bay of the Southern. cl from:.; ;New Or- ,', ; : 't. and ; : i fi ;
len.street wharf. Get his prices and leans; UnIon Pacific, from Kansas ," ,' ',' ,.'* ': .; results, i i'
; :
build. you a home before prices. advance City or Chicago '- J ....' cause I ; ,
Pullman<..toorlBt;cars, from ; ? ; ;
which 'Through "
is a
sure to come 161Room : ,., ing : t
:gmaylm.:: i Washington, Atlanta, Montgomery, "Pnpne. '.. for I!I : t tr. :
StT. I and !
.Chicago
etc., and from: ulsl J ever. are J
FOR SALE-Palr spotted ponies 5 to California. ; i < ; remedY. t* -
years old, sound and gentle. Don-., Write me' f key.4nd cart; just the thing for -, ..' / 405 .: their I. t of'i! ,
dren. -VANvRENSSELAER,, ,. friends' I t
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One cheap farm horse .1. : i
tnule one good I '. .-*-"; General Agent, I t i 5.1F. ,
Hinman medicine !
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; : Hecker. 'Century,
Fla 23may I 124,Peach tree.St.;. Atlanta, Ga widely j ( : f n I
:T A; and P,1!
!I R. o. BEAN. ", r t T/f/esen Building; rhoea ; } ,
fOR' SALE-Nice, clean old newspapers G. W. EL ;. TPl.! .: For:' sale : ; "l ; ,
at five cents a bundle. Thin of- ] f'i' 1

_ice. .. r .' JUST t s '
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tOR GENUINE1 !f'
SALE
-Second hand 25 H. P. M. & 'O.; : '
CLOTHING ,: ,
boiler. Win sell cheap. Apply'toh' HATS AT THE M. & 0. WORTH .,
Method .Laundry., > ISAprll STORE UtV WORTH-15.80.? : J; ,. .

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Rose By Any Other Name SPORTS C O-N IRE N ES SM A Nj YourH-: ead' \ You Can't Make a


r rand : 1 Good Appearance

Would Smell As Sweet They for are the becoming bunting bunched in theSouthern' in 'Ow a v': ., ':" If
race FIRES[ BULLET[ '' } ".' your linen is not wen
league. Atlanta has played'' a consistent -.:'- ,. -, laundered. The condition
I and steady game since returning 'HURESTON'ywoAR.ROWSTYJE. : : r ; of the shirt, collar and
home from 'the disastrous' western cuffs oft bespeaks
<. trip and won seven straight guinea, character of t e''man tae

would John White clothes LI' :'and place:is Birmingham tied with Memphis, .as was 'for'expected third ; INTOBRAIN Your(: PeetL: :!L You'll and: as be a judged man careful property

has played star.. 1 at home, a substantiation BiBKca SHBSNI CCAJTH sins Us_personal of
by any other name would-} 3 of the' statement that the 19 CENTS EACH; B FOR 85 CENTS. I H your laundry appearance
work
bunch gathered by Vaughan is n stake) CLUCTT PCABODY.. ...._4 GO.Y&IN i done by u
just as long and hold their ieam at home, and a lot of'quitters OP eiutTT e .T '(Continued from First Page) Are 'shod'equally,, :well

: and selling platers on the road. New I' here,.. We'make' a. J specialty
f conducted the house and' had
just as well. Whether througn The Star
,, Orleans and Shreveport are holding up charge Of in conference with the clothingthe'! ex- Steam
the western end's reputation so far In tremities as ,well a? of
tiSnate the Cuban resolutions, and .
dollars
spend ten or twenty rather fair style for Duns on the road DO YOU: drafted(!,. introduced, reported ani .the','bfldy t :{ *.' ,-:. '. .; .. r Laundry.
*
New will i ,
Orleans
Journeyover
If'A Today passed the house of i
you get all the clothes through representatives '.
to 'Cl im-All Burg, or "Blow in one hour, the declare 'd" I 87 !E- a..n.8t. Phone til

f it is possible to #' Town" known as Atlanta, while.Bobby: ; Lion of .war against Spain. Our .1 Penucola Fiat
put : i
Gilks and his tribe will take the have any trouble with Robert Adams was one of the most ." ,
for that of Fines in Nashville. Memphis will in ,
amount popular representatives congress
mpney.: play tag with Montgomery and:the.Pi .' and he has been identified with many Summer Oxfords i ,

be square with ourselves we'f s rates. Shreveport and Nashville. will.! YOUR FEET? matters of world-wide importance.His =

battle. Little Rock plaj-s 'Binning -position as ranking ,member of j. Marine

first be. square with you. ham.New York is -going-some-in;. ; the if you. do..there is,no necessity,for It, :the t. majority' after the chairman of At '3.00 and ,$3.50, :will of Grocery Co
when only original the house committee on foreign ,af> prove 'a lasting source
you can the
; than a quarter of_ a cen: American league' and 'it appears as if get fairshost owing to the ill-health of comfort and pleasure thIs; 604, 605, 608. 610 S. Palafox Si
Cleveland has struck- the stride the Mr. Hitt, made it necessary for him .hot weather;: while our

i such dealing has made team is' capable" of and. 'is.. 'winning.. BUNION LASTShoe to largely"direct the business of that I Hats at $2, $2:50$3: '.. and a Phone 725.
important committee and he was Stetson soft or stiff'' at VIDAL
second nature. You pro ; STANDING : : : at my",store that :will make you thus-brought into close contact with $3.50 will !insure your being V. J. Manager.We .
AHDRESIILTS; feel comfortable! just to look at, and a President Roosevelt Secretaiies .
satisfaction . : and topped off in the lirop- will sell for ten days at
and less
com- dream : themon '
of
when
r1; paradise you put Hay Root and Taft. er : manner., Summer tnan cost:
Southern League," and only $3.00'a.rid |3.50 per pair. Mr. Adams and club- '
first ', was a society clothes: and underweirof No. 2 Mackerel, 2 for 15c.
our thought. ; I Won Lost Pet. AH) the latest shapes In Snow Flor man, and was at all prominent social great 'goodness at Very Smoked Halibut ( fine
very
i New Orleans? .. ..27 13 65 sheim and'King'Quality Shoes at from'functions in the city. It was only yesterday modest ndeed. I pound. ) lOc
i Shreveport. .. .. 28 14, 650 $3.00 to $6.00, guaranteed to fit the, that he was acting chairmanof prices per Salmon
Blood Red
Atlanta. .. .. .. foot and trial and I I 10c per lb.
24 17 574( the'purse; one the house committee on foreign affairs -: in
Herring
Holland ( kits
r Memphis. .. .. .., .n..n 574 know you'll come again, managed! the diplomatic and I!kit ) 60c Per

_ THE WHITE STORE I Birmingham. ., .....24 20 546 consular] appropriation bill to its final I
: JOHN ... .. ,. Kaiser Herring (in tins) 45c per
Montgomery. ,16 25 390 passage in the house., :As this bill
Nashville? ..... .. .,.,15.- 28" 349 osa J COlEMAN has been before the ;howls for tae! tin.Salacine

y Phone 225. 205-2Q7 S. PALAfOX Little Rock,, .'. .-.. .. ......10. ..30 250,, past principle week figure Mr. in Adams the house.has been There the H. b1t .ANSO per pound. Sausage (imported) 2ie:;

We have a fresh stock of
.., .. Yeste'day's'Results. 212 S. Palafox St was nothing'in his deportment duringthe .. i )Maccaroni Spagerti, Italian imponed
.,. -
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':fII -O< :o; :!: Tomato
Atlanta 2 Lath consideration of the
Rock 1. measureto CASH CLOTHIER, : I Paste Greek Black Olives, Artichoke
1---- ---- 'Birmingham 2, Memphis 1. indicate an unusual condition: of .
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Pilot Bread
Bread
I- Navy Italian ,
his mind: i Han:
New Orleans 5
Nashville 0..
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::''1:= lI'r-! :: Ip. Tack, Boston Brown Bread.
=
-ft Montgomery 4, Corner. Pa'afousd. f Main : I Frencj
2.
: reveport. ,
Bread Russian Caviar
The Whipping, Post Bill.t, I ; and importei
Insurance .- -:-- SHIPPING. NES' French and Italian Sweet O ls.

F Cheap is a Delusion South, Atlantic- League. Mr. Adams "became- prominent athe t .,";., _. ___ .. ,_ou'-_0' ,'_ .' .. We carry the only full line of Fraa-
the'l3Ession of' congress
Won beginning"
frost Pct :
We wish to state that we sell cheap insurance as well as the limit Augusta.. .. ..... .....25 13" 658 by. introducing and championing cis Leggett's and in,.Dodson the and Brown!
ed payment and endowment policies. We tell(:you frankly that cheap Charleston.. ?. .., ..21 18 .' 538 Arrived. ] thp "Chipping post" bill, 'whicj canned goods"Oaxaca" city. Gulf CIty
Co.'s Gold
insurance does not pay in the end because at the age of 60 or 65 a man Macon. .. .. .. 20Cl8 526 I Guliue, "Br ss, Harrison, Charlestonto )had been recomended by the president SAFESThis Coffee Diamond Blend Standard:,,
is confronted with a very largely increased premium and .a probable Columbia.. .. .. .....18:0 '474 J. A. Merritt. Mr. !Adams had to stand agreat. VICTOR Daybreak for and Gel-
Coffee sale.
inability to pay it, while the better insurance usually matures at 'a' Savannah.. ? .. ...18 22 450 deal cl good nature' chaffing: den.Rio They are a.thigh

time that its use is most welcomed. Let us explain a limited payment Jacksonville.. .. .. -.'7'23: ; 425 VESSELS IN PORT. during the debate, on the bill. The grades. and give perfect satisfaction.
or endowment policy to you. The Equitable has never, failed to I Steamships.Barendr fact that he was a "bachelor and was safe was awarded: the y

fulfill every contract. I Yesterday's Results. ht, Dutch ss 2092, Hock trying. to secure the passage of a bill grand :prize -atthe;
Columbia 3, Jacksonville 2. stra, Rio Janiero. tBxmoor punish wife-beating 'by whippingthe World')*"- Fair 'and al-;

; Insurance, Ilnowles! Bro's Gen'I Agts t Charleston 15, Augusta 1. Br ss Storehouse. ."2297 ma'n. found guilty, gave opportunity though:inexpensive; It is] Do Yon Want TheP1
Madiera to Hyer Bros. for fun at the Pennsylvania '
Fire, Life. Pensacola Macon 1. Savannah 0. ...... poking the basal' safe made., :
Goodwood, Brit. ss, 1977, Brag, Rio memter.
= National League.. De Janiero W. S. Keyser Co. Mr"1 .Adams like most members of We .tIt in Stock

\ Brooklyn 5, Boston:. Ida, Span BS 2267 Liverpool to S. congress from Philadelphia seemed Keep'T

......aOOa. NisiH14..........O .....t....N..-44. New Pittsburg York 5,6,St.Philadelphia Louis 4:' .,0.... "f, P.John Shotter L. Inglis& Co., Am. tug; -, 98, Sheldon, to congress have,a.although life lease it was on his!'umored.few seat ,.in a and can. give: ;you _just:! H BESTs

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; PENElA.O ox..A. < New Orleans, to J..A. Merritt. .na 3.ago that he had beethreatened n what yot;'want or if we,
Cincinnati-Pittsburg, 'wet
Iron grounds.' Louise Ger ss 1480 Bohndorf A,\twerp with opposition. At that haven't Sot what you want!
I Works .
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and Supply( CO.i I American League- Results... to J. Schreyer. ,?,. ; t time there was a suggestion that he we can order it for .youi

$ Manufacturers and Repairers : Washington 4-8.. Boston::042. s. ; Peturnia, Brit.' ES, 1093, Frankland, had'101'a largo portion of his forturiI and save you money. Drop; I '
FORCINGS, MILL AND, of. MACHINERY AND BOILERS I New York 10, Philadelphia, .* I Charleston, to Julius Shrier. ": .through injudicious us a'postal TackleTennis \
STEAMSHIP I
5 REPAIRS A SPECIALTY. SUPPLIES. STEAMSHIP Charleston 3. Chicago: .... -' ''' ', f Senator Brit ssi;-3049', Pyle, New Orleans this is,one of the possible causes of n g
Prompt attention given ,'to all orders, .f .. .:., .. to A, Brown. : t the act of'self-destruction;:. Wm. Johnson '& Son Inc
St ;
o day or night.gents for James Louis 4, Detroit 1 .
McKay & Co/s celebrated Log and S : ... .. .' --:--':"'" 11 :Mr.. Adams had always been a c6n- I .
: Timber Dogs, also chains of all descriptions. Office phone 123. Residence *. Ships; i siritentRepublican) ( of the 'stalwart:
iir phone 1029. P. 0. Box 123. PHIL WITTMAN, Mgr. : How to Break Up'a Cold; type. ,He 'was born in Philadelphia, .. Incorporated. { Golf, Baseball and Athlp'ic
hGNCC4. :+W :COO..4ti404.v t'fi@4 it may be a surprise to"many, to Canara, ItL ship, 1495 Repels, G, '
84O460608$4A0tr Goods the and
to Master. F ebruary 26 i, 1849, anal' was graduated : best Phonographs rr-
p' learn that. a severe in'one'br cold ca'n 'b'"comi' noa.Harvest Queen-Brit snipForsyth, at the' 'University of .Pennsylvania i. ords, the best Dog Medicine, the be:
broken
.. ...o ............. ......... .. .......... time.pletely The first up symptoms' : two C a"day colJ Rio Janiero to order.Nordstjernnen .- :' twenty-three years later He .practiced Bicycles, the best Mires, the be::
law for five years, and spent
2 are a dry, loud cough,..,'a. profuse Wor ship, 1635. some time in scientific explorationsas I. Typewriters, the best Lock and Key
'
T Cheaper Ian Wood or Goal I I watery a thin:, discharge white oaUng..on..the.to.ngue.I from ,the: nose and.I &aksen Co.. La Guayra to W. S. Keyser a member of the United Statesgeological !! Fitting, best Trunk Repairing, best

'I I | Chamberlain's. cough remedy 1 Is Barks..- i survey. In 1883 he beganhis : ;' Gas-Lamp, and last, but not least tbest' -
Antigua, Nor bk 1348, Ferguson, political career as a member of Roller Skates?
with taken every hour on.the first appearance PATENT: APPLIED FqR.
Cooking gas 's much cheaper than with the use of New Orleans to A, Zelius. the state senate of Pennsylvania,
: .either wood or coaL ., 4 of these symptoms, -ooqJ1ter.-1! De'gregori Qio Botto, Ital bk, 129#. where he served four years, and in At: all| Qr gglsta. t t' Why gO I
acts the of
effect the cold '
and restores '
1889 entered the servicefes MUS-QUIT.U'MF.G. CO.,
diplomatic .
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I Genoa,.to Rossasco.Broe;, ,
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With the system to a healthy conditionwithin i King Malcolm It". bk Qufi 1233,' Ge-'i '.i American ,minister; Brazil. He: Jacksonville- pla. ; toB.
: Lighting Gas. .
a day two. for sale
or all
i drtfsgists. by, i, :oa to Huges & CQ.. ,. filled this position for little over a F. BRUCE !
.. --, .. Luisa, ItaL bk. ,1591, Montano, fro :searand then came back to' this ; .
Under our reduced rates' effective June' 1st. "1906.. is I Nolloth' to master. _, mcounty, to reenter politics, being
cheaper than with any other means of illumination, not i FEDERATION.' Lake Erie, ItL bk;, 928, Efigan BaS.som elected a member of the Fifty-third Have Your Clothe PENSACOLA, FLORIDA
: excepting kerosene oil If you. would have better lights : I to Master. congress, in which body he had

4 and save money too, T Monrovia, Nor bk, 1449 Aase, Hammrg :! served,continuously ever since.:
t WOMEN IN SESSION to order. :Mr. Adams'last night wrote the following Cleaned and WOODAND
t
i Use Gas. Port Sonoclan. Uruguay: bk, 1112 ] letter to Speaker Cannon. I It "
was 'received at the 'capitol Just before ,
V Ferres, Mentevideo to German. Amen
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1 I IJbr. Co. the hour of convening the housetoday ;
can .
i Pensacola Gas Company MEET AT ST. PAUL 'YEST RDAYIMORNI..NG : : Pressedt ;
j Paalo Angelo, Ital bk 1136, Bezzo. ;
D. C. 31
"Washington May 1906.
: Phone 148. 24 and 27 E. Garden Street. WITH MRS. ; DECKER Precursore, Ital bk, Schiafftno, 1508 'pin. J. G: Cannon. k
: Genoa to Rosasco Bros COAL
: '"My :Dear Mr. Speaker: The fa at the Pen cota.Dying, Gila I tv
:..Nt0.N.0.. 00N.10....NI.0..0....00.0 ON.Ne0...:I IN THE CHAIR.St Rebecca Crowell. Am. bk 491 Daw, that my personal obligations exceed i
Porto Rico to J. I. Kelly & Co. ing and Pressipg Club Panx
,
--- my resources is my only excuse for Alt
Spero, Nor. bk. 623 Bostig, Las Oak and pine wood, in any size.
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,. .--- '"-r= """' "" '7'-- Paul Minn., June L-Only a few Palmas. abandoning responsible position: I ama hats' cleaned;! and blocked grades of coal for sale. We are no*
Order 'Sour I of the delegates were in!' their places Sterling, Nor bk, Ellepsen, Labita! .occupy in.the_ house I am willing to -. located at Ocosta & Co.'s old s(aad.
I ICE COAL and WOODem I when Mrs. Decker called the Woman! Bay to order. ./ be burietf at its expense, but I ask '. ,,-' .' /.
i Federation convention to order Coda Y.' Schooners. that n .committ e be appointed
$ : tb.eConsumers' The tardy delegates ,were compelledto Christina I I memorial services held as r 'hanever'been'in ort Reese & Mendel E. ,G. SEWELL & CO.,
Donna ,' Am sch, McLeod, l.I
remain out In the hall until the sympathy with the ,
Ice and Fuel preliminary .
Company. work kas finished. When 165, Belize. Iiisabel'.B .. fer custom.. I Phones 164 and 363.
Offlce-Corner Chase and Tarragon Phone 259. :Wfiley,Am set;611'Wiley, "With assurances of high regard
the doors were opened the hall was my 11 N. PALAFOXCOFF'EE; 3
filled with the laggards. Key West, to J;A. Merriit.S. .- : .
: G. "Haskill Am sch 569 Staple .
Miss Louisa B. : Sincerely! yours,
Poppenheim, of
------ l\ew York to Order. BOSSO'SIce
Charleston, S. C., chairman of t heat "ROBERT ADAMS.
!need have no terrors for youif membership committee reported th

WASH DAY you send your washing to 103 ,new that clubs of Nevada and one had state been federation admitted PRESS I : !!\ Cream Factorycan

The New Method Laundry, to the 'general federation since REAL[ l [ T T[ I'
,plot& uas E. W. LAWRENCE. Prop. No.8 WEST ROY ANAST biennial convention in St. Louis. Minnesota ESTATE'I i furnish you cream In

'------ -- -- ----- ---- led the list of states' with for a We are tSs e; Pioneer? any quantity. Satisfaction
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a ty-two The badge new clubs.committee -Mrs. Alice M. r,i tluil Coffee. 'Roasters. of:, guaranteed.PHONE 1326

[Waterman's Modern Fountain Pen Johnson, of Rhode Island. chairman T N [ 3 3SFER West Florida.. I. SAM "BOSSO. Prop.

:z Saves time and you all know that time Is moue. It's a whole made a financial statement of the committee's -
desk outfit right in your vest pocket and it always ready at work. The report shows that
your call. When the ink is out, immerse the .pen in an ink- Illnois led in' the number' of badgessold
well and with with ;.Colorado second Ohio Following is a list.of the efceds recorded McHUGH'S.BlENDS Professional Directory
a "simple twist of the wrist" ins filled again.. ;ry. ... ..,..,.
? third and New York fourth. "
$2.50 and $3.50. errs k yesterday; : reported 6y the "
r Decker followed Miss Poppenheim m, Pensacola Abstract Co.:
Cc'e's :Books"tore. with an explanation 'and 'an ,apology w A. ,Mr McMillan to J. D. Trammell', 0
She said that when It have no equal. A trial; T G YATES M Dt.
was suggested Jr., WW- of &W%, Sec. 20, T. I, N. of :
Phc e 235. 213 South Pal fo1t Sf,"'. Paiaia: that a part of the reports, be 'strickenout R. 31 W... except 43.15 A. previously! will convince the ,
from the.programe she.suggest sold by Nero Nettles. to Manuel Dick con:i OPTICIAN

---'. that the report of the council committee : The Sl lplczt&fat- nolsseur, that \ye; 300 THIESEN BUILDM
be cut out of the program Handiest, -&ad only Perfect i son.Clyde.E. Wilson to C. J. Bell, W. 35 '
I "I now want to apologize to SJ iaajPen. No Clap filler f make no extravagant!
Mrs -co ink" to Iplll-dozciacorttakag. r ft. Of the E. 80 ft. and the E. 35 ft.
: I Panel Doors For Charles Yardley, of New Jersey : I of the W. 45 ft. lots 17, 18 and 19 claims. : WM D HOWE,
5Qc. chairman of the committee.and will T m iimply press tie Sutwa(M block 79, West King Tract, Belmont .
ask her to make her report" In the pjctare)and the pea AIlI1A.f.a 'numbering, $500 and other considera ATTORNEY AND COUNSELLOR AT LAW

And others on up to $3.:>0. according to size. and "make. Mts. Yardley advanced' to the front Write ," lions: {fWho1esalo'; and '..RetailGROCERS 14Z EAST GOVERNMENT ST
Handsome heavy front doors paneled and.with large glass of the platform and laughinglysec'id: toacke the th.btant it Leslie Brooks to Clyde E. Wilson
ground or colored for 350. Wjhy. not have a handsome "I haven't any report jo, make. Wpien p&peI'Eagle$150i W. 35": ft'of the E. 80 ft. of lots 16, 17x} .

front door put up In your house. Jt adds mucif to the at-x I came here I spent the j last t rid 18 'and 19, in block 79, West King:| O PHINA.CURA
tractiveness of the home and< the cost Is so little.. 'We nights making out my report a < ; Tract, Belmont Numbering, J100 and M. ,
; '
when I found I 2.00 PER BOTTLE -
not *
furnish everything for was on the other .considerations:
from foundation program An ifl k.ds.
lip- housebuilding to Infallible remedy tor tne cure of Drug Habtcoi
roof. I tore up my report: Now, you U. S. A, to Alfred D. Beck, Patent: ,; and alf. kinds of. Feed Sent postpaid at$2 per bottle. Morprune-Cu IS pref1'tHjrjwdvnBicorinteniilgM.
see I haven't anvTNOTICE No.&S.itk 14 tarueolid told z.'W14 of'Sec. 14, T. 3 N. of R. 33 W.; I DeltaChem.CoStLsW-
pen POlutl1est Tulctnlzedtaobti 159.94 A.Alfred'. Stuff, sr ., For Sale n Pensacola By
unders. Mill Company ,: ; EqIe1OF1uJa"aod fatly puute4. D.' Beck to "'1m. Jackson, E { W. H. WHITE: & CO., DruggistNOTICE

1cI1..J.Eaa1e No.2SwitJa Vi of the NW% of Sec. 14, T. 3, N. ol -
2.S0
Pursuant to the call of the'.Demo
Phone 717. 21 East Garden Street. "E1 aah" Na 2s R. 33 W.,. 80 A., $1 and other consid-
cratic County Executive Committee : = :i.tJ..itggScdLSIaboaen eration. :Pluto Water I :
there will
be .a. sec Nicholson :
r- N W. to John Davis, portion .
ond primary election held'Tuesday !,
.. on &lid of the SE cor. of the NW% ol I '
.. + y. + the 12th Ocher SIInaAak I The only in
.N.WYNA the
of
day Sanatorium,
June. Woolley
1906( '
the NW; of Sec 26 .
YOCt % T. 3, N. of R
DEALER! If he Wholesale and:'Retail statute the
; for the purpose of nominating:can dl. iocul ell 31 W. J10.Thos. in the United States where
tie .
FLY AND MOSQUITO I SCREENS. dates for the folJowiIig offices' "FLASH"FoLula. FeaitbH Eagla Pebley to J. A.. Wilson SW4 i Opium, Cocaine and Whiskey habltJ
I Two members of the House- led. the mail pn direct to can be cured without exposure, and
of4R ep .... Each of block 220, West King Tract >>
peu t 111dICUU- Jl.OC! :
resentative.One '.. IIIICd. New Orleans: ? with so much ease for the patient Only
and other considerations.JUST Grocery (o
:: Put in your own. We have common' size' in stock. County Commissioner,. District t SO days' time required. Describe
Eagle Pencil
Co.
: No. 4. ; :.. RECEIVED 100 i your case and I will write you **

Phone 11. H., G. DeSILVA & .CO. FRANK REILLY. Maut trerv IMPORTED PANAMA HATS GENUINE opinion as to what I can accomplishfor !
3 sr Bto.dYaJ'.New York AT THE Jas. McHugh :
physician

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