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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: October 27, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
daily (except monday)[ former <1900-1905>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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.SYSFEM! ;Metcalf ,Directed.. to Proceed 'to' '.,San- ..Francisco, USED SUSPENDERSIn .Thrown Off Ticket"by'Decision -. ; NO ACTION, TAKEN ; 1


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One of the Factors in Causing Ambassador: I Effort to Take His Life Court. Toward Restoring Name of f T


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Feeling Unrest. By Associated Press. to prevent an open rupture. I ,

Washington Oct.. 26.-President I It developed at to-days cabinet. t: Only Six Can'Now Run Under -John A., Owneofby Cape T. -
Roosevelt to-night directed Victor meeting that the proceedings Instituted -a
POSSIBLE THAT PRESIDENT H. Metcalf. Secretary jot the department in San Francisco to compel the HAS. BEEN, -DESPONDENT SINCE League Emblem.; E. Welles Captures the CONSIDERABLE DISCUSSION AT:
of commerce.and labor to proceed authorities to receive Japanese. pupHs ,
ROOSEVELT MAY DISCUSS to San Francisco and make a into the public schools were directed r HIS ARREST Ab HIS VICTIMS' MEETING OF BOARD OF couNTY > h.
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: Ii Fourth Race
thorough Inquiry Into the situation affecting
the. ,
NEED OF NEW FINANCIAL LEGISLATION by ,department vf Justice. OV'ER
the exclusion of Japanese Japanese restaurant keepers have ARE DETERMINED TO: PR0SEi HEARSTS: !,MANAGER CHARGES COMMISSIONERS '

IN FORTHCOMING children from the schools providedfor suffered indignities in San Franciscoas CUTE HIM TO THE LIMIT-MISS REPUBLICANS WITH ATTEMPTING QUESTION OF REGISTERING ALDERMAN J .
white, children'and the deter well as Japanese school children Special to The Journal.Montgomery t
MESSAGE-VIEWS OF PROMI- mination to place Japanese. 'children according to reports received by the RAMEY STILL WITH' RELATIVES TO RAISE ENORMOUS CORRUPTION Ala., Oct 26v John FROM PRECINCT 4 -
in separate schools. Japanese ambassador. Several reports ALLEGHENY. ; A.. the pacer owned by Capt T. E-
NENT NEW YORK F4NANCIER. The administration 'FUNRD FOR captured the FOUR NAMES RESTORED TO
officials, do not have, been' made concerning ::8 PURPOSE Wells of Pensacoia c
hesitate to express private views of boycott against Japanese restaurantsin ..1 fourth race at Vandiver park to-day.
'f UT."Fieb..
,the present an tl.American : feeling California cities\ : agents "being post-I, Special *o The Journal.: ELECTING HUGHES. with ease, taking three straight heats. #
Washington D. c., Oct. 26.-The ,growing out of the. wrongs which the ed to prevent patrons from enteringand Pittsburg Pa.. Oct 26. money stringency is attracting con Japanese declare they have'snfrered in several. instances.windows. be- :Butler, the 'railroad detective whose Following ,is a summary of the I .
sidcrable attention in administrationcircles I and a member of the:cabinet said after ing broken. ,third .honeymoon was interrupted By Associated Press.'New races to-day: of one and flesh of another" --
and the hurried visit of Secretary the ,meeting that the general These cases were brought' :the attention threeweeks ago by the appearanceof York, Ovt '26.-&y. decision. First race.%:10 pace 2 In.3, purse, was applied last night by -Chairman.
Sa.: <" utiiiig short his. campaign opinion of 'the 'cabinet was that the of Secretary Root by Ambassador two former wives from whom he In the'appellate division of the supreme $500.& Mandy Thrower 1, 1; Pearl 2, Avery to the Board of County Convxniraioners -
tour has awakened many ru situation was exceedingly:': grave and Aoklrwho says.be'does..'so with bad neglected the formality of secur, court to-day every'one of the 3; Major Vaughn. 3. 2;' Little Rube ,, when that body hesitated j i
inors. Some fears are expressed that required the most delicate treatment, gieteluetance. ing a divorce before. he wedded a [independence League organization's ,I, 4, Miss Castie, 6 5; Vision 6, 6, restoring the name of A. K.XXAJemberte i4
the country is on the eve of a financial >pretty> Pennsylvania girt| vnA who .is candidates for assembly senate and Time; 234, 2:11 1-1. to the list of voters of iL
panic. These fears are not weu I now in the Fairweather: county Jail congress :with six exceptions.,.were Second race, %:30 trot 2 in 3, precinct No.12, ttucn whteh'his name -
founded and the present stringencycan i The Street Car awaiting-trial on charge of, bigamy thrown otf the ticket .and under this MOO: Peggy P.1, 1; Fritt,: 2, 2; had beenstrickenren1y. and final -
be accounted for in many ways. Situation : preferred by the three women whom he decision they cannot run under the Mary. Oracle 3,,,-4; NancyGentry, 4, ly decided to postpone action to hear L -
The criticism that has been so widespread deceived became despondent this Independence League emblem. The 3. Time, 2-31, 2:24 1-2. further. from the county attorney. t .1
among American' bankers of in Cleveland Serious mon ng and tried to hang himselfin Independence League attorneys have Third.. race, 2 year old trot 2 In The meeting was a special one, j
our existing currency system the tying hfS"! 'ceL announced that an appeal'ejilbe takenat 3. purse $%00. Cecilian Blase 1, 1} held for the purpose of bearing: pro '}
up of so many millions hi real estate .- Butler used his suspenders in an attempt once to' the court. of appeals. at Rebel 'Baron, 2, 2; Rosa Renfroe, tests from those whose names a4 L
the heavy investments In min- to end his ,troubles.: He was 'Albany 3. 3. Time. 2:29 1-2, 2.32: 14. been stricken from the list of regi" :
lag stocks, the inadequacy of the I By Associated. Press. Central avenue. The action'. Is. said I discovered by the.turnkey and cut Four race, 2:18 pace 3 In 6, purse, tered voters and to. restore same 1
transportation facilities for handlingthe CIeveland. Oct. 26.-The street car to have been taken because it Is held down In time. to save'his ,life.: Beetoratives CHARGED.- WITH RAISINGBIG $500. John A.,'I, 1, 1; Lady Cason where .sufficient cause was shown. J 1 r-
immense crops of the south and situat'on! in this city assumed an that the franchise of the Cleveland were .applied and. the man CORRUPTION FUND 2, 2, 2;.Leota MUler 9,, 3,'S. Time, &aIrman JLv ry presided ADd (')om- 1 .I
\tpst and tHe political campaigns now-*i acute phase this afternoon when the Electric Railway on Erie street ,has will live to face his fair accusers in :11,2:131-2.' 2:16. missioners Sennott Stewu>, An ?. .: f f!
being waged, are all factors. police: acting under instructions from expire The 'station of the suburban the criminal court- NeW. York, Oct. 2t>.-Max F. Ihm- drerws and Wiggins were present. .. 11.
If the doctrine of govenment ownership .I the} city hall suddenly stopped the lines is located 'on Brie street and l Butler has been despondent ever een... chaliman'of -executive committee The: lIret protests were from Judge : .
should spread ..to.an extent operat'on of cars of- the Cleveland out of town 'cars are unable 'to discharge since his arrest as:the three women of _the Independence ,League A. C. Btount, Jr. representing J. Ed. .
that It would become dominant factor -i I Electric 'Cc pany'$ suburban lines freight at the regular terminal are determined to 7 prosecute him to and campaign manager for W. R. ANOTHER.CITY&: O'Brien} and A, H. D'TXAlemberte -, "
in politics. Because of this the 1 ion Erie street between Prospect and depots. the limit. Hearst for governor, to-day made 'a whose names had been stricken from : ; ,
amDairn now- coins on in New York- His' second wife was, ,Rora I-* Ra statement In which he charged that the list. TIle former was restored .
becomes-( national importance and!r mey. of Pensacoia, whom he marriedIn the republicans were' attempting to without question but in the matterof
interest and its progress is watched' Control Line 1904 and bought north only'.to desert raise an enormous corruption fund Mr. IXAleniberte! there' wag considerable :
with deep cnern! here as elsewhere i of'Mallory. when he met another :woman who for the.,purpose of electing Hughes.. BEING discussion ; IMi
It is possible the present situation i struck his fancy. >. He also declared that.Postmaster General WHARf D' made a statement -- -
will cause the president to discuss i I sIthCharles W. Morse "When taken, to Unontown and arraIgned Cortelyoucame to-New York to to the effect that it was his Intention 1-
the need of new financial legislationIn i Butler pleaded with the district show Chairman Woodruff' how to to move back into precinct 12, J
his message. I attorney to allow him an. opportunity raise "such a sum. Chairman Woodruff and that he had purchased lots in H*
It is even claimed: that the verdict -!I to enter a plea of guilty and says the statement Is absolutely that precinct with a view of making I
of the Ohio! jury finding the:I By Associated" Press. :Brunswick, Ga., Key West Tampa II t'f-ow!' himself on the: mercy of the false and not a dollar has been received BUILT that his permanent home.
Standard Oil Company guilty' of a .New'York. Oct 26.-Control of the and Galveston. court. His request was. denied and from any corporation.: Judge Blount read the law relating '
conspiracy injiint of trade has.i!Mallory steamship line" .has been sold Morse Is already the controlling' the grand Jury proceeica to Indict to the matter residence, showing -
had a' deprc' inSuence on the |to Charles XV ,MOTS& The deal involves spirit in'a line between New York''I him two charges ff bigamy Bail that the intent of the applicant atonaandBot a. I '
on
money market, a .d adds to the causes 1! ,between eight and nine mH.i !and South Atlantic coast ports and I could not be secured and Butler has I the length of time he may be '
producing the present stringency.i lon dollars. The.. new interest has is also the :dominant factor in several -I remained in prison since the day of P PREPARING.[ FORDE While.the Old One,Tas'Been absent, should be considered, and '
Whether this is true or not, It is acquired practically stock tf the I water lines between New York his arrest on 4he'streets, of this city. that the declaration of the voter was -- ,
very likely the ''company and a meetln for organ- I and New England points. It is reported is r ,
verdict will have I I > His parents are well to do, and Repaired and Ready sufficient. :, .
much to do in causing: the readjustrarnt -".ization; will be held soon. the Morse Interest purposes I hare it is said declined to help him : j County Attorney Reese gave his t
of many very large financial inests .J I I The Mallory line operates steam I I.to increase the number: of. ships ,on In'bis time of trouble. : For Use. 1 opinion that under section 19, of election t;I

operating great industries.. The j vessels between New York and the line The former: Miss Ramey Is still! !' FUNIAL K 1 laws the physical fact of remov. -. : ':.
shifting that will thus be brought, with relatives In Allegheny 'and will al should be considered only.
aoout will, ,no doubt; add to the fi-i{ remain In this neighborhood until after Several cases of parties residing -- ; ;
sandal complications and delay the! Conspired to Fix the Price I Butler's trial has terminated. Another city wharf fs'under.1 con here and voting in other counties '- ',
tame cf an easier money market It is believed the bigamist will en- struction by the street force under I were cited both by Supervisor Scott f

A prominent financier, of New ter a plea of guilty and ask the Acting Superintendent' Sopttswood..! and Judge Blount, and Mr. r/Alem- :* ,
fAIR and while' it. win be for the use of I ,1 ', .t
York in discussing the present conditions of Grain in Iowa Markets] court's = berte. -
will be ,a great I '
says: email craft only It Chairman Avery then arose and j 4
'The I II convenience to the owners of such 1 .- '
key to the present conditionsat 1 said that he was satisfied that the
home and abroad seems to be that I boats. The new wharf is to be at the had been incorrectly stricken -
B>: Associated! P'css. After several members of the club Ee PEN Pblafox name.
and 1
of
Magnolia
economic corner asked -
developments being ,
are ; the list of voters. and
pushed faster than the monetary resources -I Des Moines Iowa, Oct. .2G.Sensationf had testified that they could,not remember THE COU Exhibit Halls in-Readiness streets and will extend out into the that from it be restored. as he had taken '
marked the. testl voting to fix prices for grain, Palafor I
of' the different countries i slip between Baylen and the responsibility of having the name ,t I-
*ould permit naturally. The danger 'moss: before the interstate'commerce R. W. Harper testified that as a and Vanguard of Fakirs I streets about two hundred feet. I. from the list.
lies in the tenancy to assume larger I commission here .to-day' relative to guest of the club, he had been present The work of building the wharf stricken All of commissioners disclaimed I -
obligations I the ,fixing of prices for grain by the when votes ,were takenoby lifted commenced yesterday. Before' .
of one kind before thoss Arrived. wag to' disfranchise 1fr.IYAlemberle. fr;
Has ( desire
of another are fully out of the wav Des Moines Cereal Club for members hands as basis for quotations for the DAY BAPTIST the storm Magnolia street at that: any ,- -
'of'' the state grain associationand ensuinr week and that the result was old buildings.
filled with
There
results in this way, an overlapping I point was There was some hesitancy, however :.
the of the l bus members of the
of obligations which might poclintj! elsyator furnithed; to association but these were carried away leavingthe i and Commissioner Andrews : ,-it
become ncsa at many Iowa points. by Ward G. Case of this city. Special to The JournaL clear, and the city Is now ,
greater than readily be street
can : IsO thought the name should be placed :
I 26.-Everything
DeFun'ak! Oct. twelve feet
borne small wharf
On the whole it is. believed by I ASS'NIConducting A the rush here this week in preparation wide placing by a about two hundred in length upon. 'the Is my list opinion of some" said other Chairman precinct"It '- -t4 -,
for fair which.opens -
the
big.
those best qualified to judge that the Sensational and Revolting I pavilion where the street terminates. Avery "that you are. making fish of -I ?c
The big
business of this, country is on a solid next Wednesday. The street force also completed yes- one and flesh of another" when after t ) -
biq: and that the enormous prosperity whIch will! be used'as a main exhibit terday the city wharf, at the corner some discussion the contrast of re- I

we have been enjoying is like.Jr Testimony in Hartje Case' hall is aimcst readiness. the tent is of Pine and Palafox streets which storing the name' of J Ed. I to continue for some time to come.In Its Annual Session which will be' used for. the poultry also was destroyed by the storm. who he said had resided In another 4
for use: and
fact, Mr. FileR only a few days I up and In shape. 18 months, and depriving
4
for
I thp ....nY1"nn.:8: denartment city
thit..... ecu. .
aso predicted It -would extend tbrou nJ By Associated! Press and said he had been coerced Into at Olive With Much & -- ----doubt- -- ,about there Mr. r/Alemberte of ils vote In No. 12, '

J the year 1907, and based his prediction -''I. Oct. .:25.-The testimony making the ;second deposition whichis I If there-'wss fair it.'Waa.settie-d any this 'morn- wts cited. -
on the great mand for iron being a POE'S CREW that Mr. DAlem- f -
absolute denial of THE "I have requested
an the first -
in Success. fakirs
the trial of Clifford vanguard of the
and steel a demand that': will carry I to-day ; The n 'gro said an East Liverpool 1 f inc' whsn the dropped in. berte's name be restored," continued I m
those the and former coachman :' and novelty men
industries well through. the Hooe negro : Ohio, detective pointed a. revolver this .reports that the Chairman Avery. "He resides In my
Storrs
coming year.AUBURN. of Augustus. Hartje, charged head and he was toldthat angry Secretary 'exceed those of district and I do not see why the 1s '-
of the: Pensacoia entries for live stock -
I with perjury, was: the most sensational men were awaiting his return to Allegheny The annual,session state fair held in Jackson 'board should restore one name and i :-
the last .
Association Is bring con '
i and' revolting sines; the Hartje county and that he would be Baptist the association: vile and that he is kept busy tryIng TO RECEIVE not another." t
where i ,
WINS domestic troubles began. I lynched unless he confesseG that the ducted at Olive night with the to keep cp with the entries of Commissioner Wiggins took the ;
convened Thursday made motion to restore -
Hooe reiterated: the charges of intimacy charges of intimacy against Mrs. same view and a
made in the erst depositionS Hartje were false.DEfER Olive Baptist church, with a good attendance agricultural products. the name.Commissioner. } :
SEWANNEE1 will quite a gathering of
be
FROM of delegates and much intersst There Sennott moved to
In tae political life '
shown. those prominent '
REWARD"For until the county attorney
sermon: was of the ,state next Tuesday, the timeof postpone


{'Birmingham Sewannee By Associated, Ala In,the 26 Press..-football Auburn. 1 game doated -1!'HUT IIND r OBNT1iil ACTION I IN J JR organ'zed Pensacoia preached The introductory by for after Rev.the which J.business W.the Sentcrfitt association session!of I I ard the the drainaOthCltPst01l.and dJbate Congressman'b6tweea! Frank as Govrnor among intenfon Clark Brow-those on of could meeting wrangling lder be the be heard matter.held this from Tuesday motion After and night that considerable prevailed.another to con- ;lUtU v-- -


here \'dh! RiVi J. W. Sell'e:1 tt as mod era. [ who have: s!!ui2ed ,their Stewart had In the'
to-tny' by the score of tea to ', '* members of Saving the Steamer i in Commissioner
all!
r ha
I II cler ccnihg nearly
nit tor and Judge E. D. Beggs as :: are the motion of -
Kicking nnd end runs were meantime wconded
!

sack Lveely made used! a in touchdown the first, but half Sew when an.I I S 5ER ICt DE R RAJLINSrer -heard Several en interesting church work reports from various were: the trng the governor's very numbers low rate clbinett'and of !others oa that': who doubtless day will will The. Hurricane by "Commissioner the name. but Wiggins when CommissionerSennott's to restore -

nee's'h'nin\ half *as; made tou down by straight in the: Hue s'cWd I IIr delegates Yest'rday at 11 a. m. Rev. Thos. want to'.confer w'th {ie cHef executivc. Brave W crk. I unanimously.motion was put It was carried -

pmnges0 goals were kicked I 'u 1 i M. Callawav of thIs! city preached an p'aafas' { mill The names of Ben. H. Thomas F. -
& Go's -
last' ciirht Rev. Beach Rogers
excellent senton.: and week. I H3L, BenjAm'n: and N C. McMillan :
this
GANS AND HERMAN Ir I ; w Frank Moore cf Roberts, resumed operatIons stand! again the site of The service of the master' and were ordered restored. In addition to -
i mill on ,
1 Yesterday The new ?
rapElectric tjii J [ ; pled! the pulpi OCCU'J I the burned In July but is much crew of the army quartermaster t that of )fr. O'Brien.:
ladies held one
SIGN TO FIGHTBy I at :2-20! o'clock lbs larger and better: equ'pped ever/ waySHARPVBREAK steamer Poe have been recognized Chairman Avery then brought tip
te"P' Ung ses-iicn. by the department and they are to the matter of $292, which had been at
Associated: Press '. I By Associated--Press. I Tae association will remain In ses-I I be. rewardad for their bravery and deducted in paying the city Its port'on -

meat ChiCago, Oct. 26.-Articles! of agree- Company Preparing' Atlanta Ga., Oct. 25.-The Georgia rlon to-day and to the mmorrow pulp't. In the I\T!\ hard work In saving that vessel from of the'! road and bridge fund and -i-IC- -
for a finish fight between Joe prIson comsissioa to-day deferrec Csllawav: occupying \ destruction during the hurricane County Attorney Reese gave the opinIon
G sns and "Ki
'are ertsi 1ed litre to-day. The. terms I to Supply New ,Feature I Milton Kawlins for 'commutator!. 'cf1'I II i sermon but returning at to the the first city COTTONMARKT were blown on the; beach. Each man I have been done. It was moved that p-
pulpit
one hundred occuDyin th' I nnder
and ttirtyJve ? the
the death srsteaee:: to life bnprl bn., sn.t is to receive an increase m salary A's the money be paid city -
Pounds.cd the two hours before the fight. in !encol.The ., I ment until a decision! by the UnHeJj't tI Baptist! church: Sunday: n'ghtCULFPORT long as he Is. in the service. of thegovernment protest and It wa so ordered. '-
winner to receive sixty five notary public bonds of Miss r
Tho
of the Press.
p.'! I States supreme court appealof SOCIALIST By Associated -
cent of the purse. Pensacoia Lrctric Company I the boy's father J : I It MAY GET TO CONGRESS New York Get 26.-There was an- Tie following special from' Washington Bertha Murphy and A. R. McAllister It
UNITARY INSPECTORS began work yesterday:on' Its extensions .!I wh ca Is set for hearing: n-axtMo'Iday; = other sharp brt'ak"n the cotton mar relative to the matter, will be were a1) JJ'OTed. --
for light and heating service in The commission recommended: to/GOT/ CMcago: O"t:<>. A report 1 Is nt'iced ket to-day. The morning market was read with Interest here: The clerk called attention to the
BURNED OLD BEDDING the resiJence section of the city and ernor Terrell a respite of thirty days at the'! Sodalist National,IIca.Vtjarters steady and near last night's closingbut The crew of the quartermaster'sboat condition of the bridge over Eleven
Sanitary Inspector ComDyns'and it is expected that the work will from November 2, the date st for I that EatonJackson Bowers the afternson brought renewed Poe, is to receive a substantial mile creek near KJondyke which was. i s-
fveral assistants yesterday be completed by Deo 15. The first the execution of the e:I I *, present n-frobfr of Congress liquidation and bear pressure, origi- reward for the splendid seamanshipwith referred to- Commissioner And.re'ws.work -
fd a large quantity of work will be done on East Hill and and scns'Vere bOYs'l,murder from the 6th District of Misslss'ppi, nating with the census report,of yesterday which they handled that craft -
old<1 clotting that had been 'destroY-I then North H"ll will be served. of the Carter Valdosta I I I and; candidate TOI re-election bas failed on to thflesnocratIc file* and sold; to 10.22,for Decemberand and saved her from destruction at and a great risk of life the officers
ticket the great
from the homes of parties during the The company proPoses extendingits more than a year ao. I t tC. certificate In legal 1031for January five dollars a Fort Barrancas during and crew of the Poe managedto
stortn. servlcexso that consumers can I nomination from the recent high rec West Indian hurricane. a fortnight
down Therefore -
time.. Tbsre, is bale that veasel. they
The bedding and clothing were have elctric lights power and heat of F. th Winner. /i at the proper ord. The market.closed fairly steadyat ago gave be given a considerable InereaseintheIyWages41OlLgI4th
In thi Dis! to
fund in the largest quantities in the The last named feature wIll be a new Gainesville Fla,, Oct 26.The football -Itl\t republican candidate Is true. ?J A.- a decline 28 to 43 points. Sales "Nearly every other boat in the are -
:;Astern section of the city and many one in Pensacoia. 'as Indeed: it is almost team of the University! jot Flo- If this report nominee will are estjnated at four hundred thousand harbor was sunk or driven' on the la theserrtce." : :-
caes were. almost stopped up with] everywhere, but it promises to Ida defeated Rollins College/here/ to socialist next Congress. "occupy bales. beach but by the hardest k l.4'of are -
AU was removed and burned. prove. a. very "popular..one. day,by the score of C to 0.,: .a bc t' In the -5-
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;:jUex. McDonald C. W. Bailey, Ransom. BonrMtte, Gas. ; Peonis. = Ed. M.Phflllps : Ed Mayer Isaac. H-otchtna H Hutchins Co
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cVoy. Jos. McCuller, James Burch Edw. Barns.. F.J. 3. 0.: J. W.- -I' L..Ju.To- Marer. Dav ,Sabsci, C. -F.Mallorr. Hem G Hamilton. J. u I
QUILIJIEDS Mackey. 3. McCeskeO.,Jack Bicker W.X, k., oek, 4- B. PryorT"Geo.- W.-Jr. Prltchart O. B.. L' E- L Jerome. Maxwell. E., C. la W. H 0 Howe Gee. 'w I
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Henry Bronaon, R. ;Busey T. J. Pons, Chas. ,B.Perry..- Jos. } Dve- He.. MuUer G H.' Maino.' a
.. Frank Richardson,HarklessSuggsJG. Bond. Wm. H., :Bogan' L. E. Pons, Jas.Powen < Perdue L. 2PnoniL0. L Preston. ) Morgan L.. Mann, Jn W., Burgh, Robt RSinsoa Hoist, Wiaic

U Henry __'D' Bayless, J. B.arker, W. .T. ,' Wnu .' Pine Jno. H CL 1': 1:JQr. ? 0 R. Hayes, Percy 1
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B. E., *ebb...Chas.Windham. Bryant Geo.. Barrios, V. Roache, P. E. Jno., Fer. 'Mawvia, Frank '- McVoy. L. McCurdy, Joba. G Jones, D.C.
ilder. R. P. T. F. Bentley, Wm. Redder. Willis. Richardson. Fred. Reache. D. Murry, Lus L.Medlock. W. McIntyre, Albert.McGinnls Joes, F John Jog
W ilder. H. O. Welch. Isaac Bibb, Spencer. Brown. G. M, Sr. Ritz, Peter. Joe. lliller;Huh Mayes F. McHugh. D, Jr. Wm. A. **
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w Precinct ,No. 7, R OJr. Bedsole, E. Roger Reese E. L.Robisn Menko, Jerry. N. Jones, L. A.Johnson Jacoby,
; Of Escambia County Revised -Alexander, J. K.Bronson : Bradley, F. c.Brtgp, C. E. Wm. Roberts Fete Mackey W. C. Mitchell, R- F. Neil.' C.. C Needham. Henry. Carl T. Jacoby. M
W. P. Bradley Jesse Began;, s. F. Bonaker C. S.Bennett Rlch&s,' W.' W. Robinson G.H. Kau, Aubrey Murphy. Dan. Nobles, Major. Knowles Wm. H Keller J. :R.! L

t By Board of County Campbell Berg John Wallace B. Beck Barrios.Bond, Jno.EmanueL Burnett J.S. D.H.. Sr. Roberts",,'J.P.Bn Rusing., .,Sam! Ma F C&. :Marl. M. W.A, O'Neal Oliver, A.C.S K OBen, Jno.Ju Kelley Keyser,Jno.W. S Keating Kramer., Frank.HaDlhan M. W..
J. R. Bobe a P. Rawels. J. ok. .r
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Rs. Miner, Owens, Ma
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Murphy, D. 3.
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arras. Brown. J. .
i L: ;. E Eddins :Marion' Eddins. W. E. Bicker, W. C. Briem Wm. F. Roger D. C. Hania. Miller J. L. M1kbeD IL G. Olsen. Q.CDor. 3. T. Kelley, E, I }. Eue.
Commissioners. Asa Rwle Kelley,
Enflnger. Eddins. F. M.Flndlay. Born Chas. A. Brttt- A. B. Wm. McE.Reym Molice. J. O. Geo. Olsen Peter.Pfeiffer E Knght Wm.
F- Ellis Reuben B rewn. F. W. Boysen. L. L. Robertson. M. Rogerson ndo, Moses, 8.' aMines Maloe Cha Jno. Peterson. K. W. Kehit, lu JO,. B
?* Following the list of qualified voters Fisher. Charles W. A. Brown, Oscar Bragg, Wmi Redenback,G.. J. F. Stepney.McConough My' Pfeiffer, R. 1 Pasco Sam'I. Jr. King. Hen.
,<: .f Escambia county, as revised by the Grace, Abe Guy Frank B ryas. B. F. Bailey, Ransom. Reilly, Ed.Roberts. Rob A. J.Mule .. N. \ Peer, H. Porter, J. \Iau,. Kline Pp Kahn J.
}q Board of County Commissioners: Geist Frank Gilly, S.'J.Hastings Bell Geo. Beel. Alex. W. J. Roger McCleilen Ii 1 : O. E.McMillan Poter. W. W. Palmes, M. King, Kh>K. 3.Kauffman. I
': / Precinct No. 1. Hastings Thomas R H. Bennett S. D., Jr. Bredt Geo. E. Rice. E. F. Rosenau B. A MeSween, A. M PhillP S M. Pfeiffer. AdolphoS L. O. Knott W. M
Hobby, James S. K Jno. J.
Burnett Jas.. H. Bicker. H. H. McChire J. McClure C. Palmes Keeffe,
; Andrews, Chas. W. Andrews, James M. Johnson Frank .Jernlgan W. B. Brown, Henry. 'Bache B., F.Ben Richmond., 0.O. Seeley, B. W. McVoy.< C 81. McHugh. E, Petr NJcha. Pinney. S. C. Lewis W. M Langley J. M.
Andrews JohnBenton Jones Henry. Geo. C. A. McElberan Propes, F. 'B.Peacecl4 A. F. Lewis, Clinton.
: Sr. Bredt Smith H. A. Sweet, Fred A. Mcve.Ne J'a Lct 1-. Archie Blum. Henry Jc 1g. G Frank"Livingston B enjamin. F. CLCosgrove Spottwood. Ed. Series. McClure, Co W.Nored Porter, Fnk Freer, ndieW.Pierpont. Lowery, Henr. Lse. nenrr.
Cherry, O. M. Clifford W. G. Olive Lawrence, 3. O.McCuIleugh Slomon B.
N. H.
-,Isaac Wm. Cahoon W. D. Spottwood N. D Shells. W. M.Netlson. Nicholson Lew. l
Craust Colvin George P. Cherry, Morgan, Wm., ( Clark J. S.Carl Corley. J. C. IL Shackleford. C. Ja, N. A. Nichelson,- R. L. Quina, Ed. Gale. Qulna, Robt S. Landsberg. Jno. ja
'. Colvin E.James. Cole Cherry, Colbert henry McMillan.McCaskill M. T. : Frank B. F. Cerutt Ed. 1.. Scott J. B. E Stearns. B. F. Nordstrom M. A. New H- P. Quina. E. I.Riera Landrum. B A Lewis, Cash.

EtheridgeW.Jasper Etheridge, N. B. McDavid.,f: t .McCannts P.. Cribbs Wm. Cowart A. J. Spootwood, Jet Sheehan Jas. Norsworthy, W. A.'Ni Ja B. r Roenstpm A L Lyman. Lewis, W. T A
YelL Frank Caro, W. H. Cozepa H Slone, Oerting. W. S. .10. G Reese. J. Langsberp J. B Levy F. T.
: Gage. Neal Goldbacb Victor N Nicholson ichoLson., N.A. .W.D. Nicholson_ W. A. Clark, W. D.Clubbs e7'J': L. P. Sanchez, S. L. Pohlman Henry. Pond Reed. D.: B. Rowe, W. C Lre Ceet Ladnier, C A

.I'. Greenwood Alfred Owens, Dave A. V. Coons : Stearns' J. F.. Smith. Raymond. Pfefferle.. Tle. Philps. T. T. Rancher, Henry.Randall Rer Leh. Laaey, C I
Henderson. John dom W. 'Odom W. H. Chandler, J. C.lardinas.. Eugene. Stallworth Jas. Springer, Esl Pfeiffer, C. J* D. Rl Chas. Fk Lewis. Lrel
I Joneej.h. Perry Co" Caro, A. V. Coberger. T. ..- Stearns, W. IL Sr. Sheppard. Pfeiffer. L. A Parker G. J. "- M, J. G. T. Lick .
A. Rosenstei
to' Lovett J. R. PooL James C. Perkins, ,F. B.' Collins J.-B.Clements, Ed. Scott Ed. Searles, J. W. Pine. Jno. Pou Frank R.Pfeiffer. Reeves L. .J. Large, Ja&, Jr. Lorange C
: MUlan.. Frank P rice. Yancey ,Proctor- D. Credelle 'A. A. Calihan, J, E- Suggs. D. B. Snares Frank. Pelter.' Jno. M. .- E. F. Riera, Anthony. Reed J. E. Lanier Anderson. Ldestrth
Parker, C. C. Parsons, G. 1Quarr1el' Carpenter Geo. W. Clutter. Marion. Sutherland, J. R. C. E. E.Pfeiffer. Pit Henry. Volley. Uotteru N. P. Lewis.- J. P.
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t John M.. Rnthgrford.tnItw-eU. ,Ed.J.T.: Cooper Thos. Cox, A. S.Carl Smith. C. M. ShepparW.R. J. F. J. F. Rub .- F. G Ree, E.Bichbourg Juon, J. K. Michel *S
;. Robert Z.'W. "Richards. J. F.' StO :< Richards. A. J. Roberts, R. L. Tucker W. E. Tucker : Collins, Oscar. Coleman R. E. StewArt, C. F. StOke E. LStevenson Peaks Ed. PowelL J. B. Randall. W. J. Murphy, Mulbin Thos.
". Rich, WiU :Roberts, Edward Tucker, B. E. J. W. C Coleman Chas. Cowart T. E. J. Richard. Ez Pfelffer.Geo.1r..' Phillips L. C Slocwirh, Geo.Schmitz Stone, P. Malone, A. J. Moore, Hoses.
Tucker E.
Bleb John Jr. Roberts fcidmy Tucker Wallace A. CoswelL. R. IL Carter, W. G. Stout E. C. Stridiron PIer J. F. Porter ,c.' N. ..1.Sullivan.. M. H Meyer, Lep. Maura. J,
? Sharritt Charles Sharrttt G. E. Ward J. C. Williams, Wm. L C ollins. J. W. Crosby L. G. Sutherland A. L. Sims. Wm. J. Cayn Pollock, W. A. J.Quins Saltmarsb, E. Stearns Jas.Schad Morteon. David.Matthews. Maloney, E.
4 Carter, W. G. Coberger. C E.Coker Seaburg. R. L Julius. F. Qulna, 0 .
Strickland. George Ward. J. D.Ward. Williams, Z. T. Seegar E H. a F.hte J'na Handel
Wingate. Charles Wingate. Aaron George T. \ViUlatns Clark. R. L.Ceruti. T. T.Colvin. Stallworth,Jno. Scarritt Mason. Quins,, M. AQuin F. L Simpn.. Sullivan. D. F. Maura F. Manley, Crr
,: VUlar, Artler1i1&r, J. A Wiggins Miller- Wiggins: lA.L A. R J. F.- Shields. I. A.. Sereven W. J. Quigley, Mol. Qu M. E- I. Saunders, J. :RStoddart. MahetI G. M Massey, Jno..
Precinct No. 2Adcock Ward. David' Walton. J. S. Corley. D.CortrelL Crawford W. H. Scarritt S. Sholls, M A. Qua W, J. K Smith, Wm. E Geo. W. Mott Eme Moreno,
Cbas. T. Chipman H. P. Smitheran. D. .. B. Stinson, G. Silvant J. B. Moore, 5att
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;; W. H. Precinct No. 8.
Calhoun .
Thos. Colvin. B. F. Strtngfleld, H. G. Smith,. J. T. SherrilL Jno. :. "'
: W. M. Anderson Green Alexander. A. C. Cook Lewis.Crabtree Cobb E. R. Swanson Gus O. .Stt J. W. Reilly 'H. Rand. Jos. Solomon. B. M. gandusky, I MahaJ.W Morno.1el4
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r eCller.:: ofm R S. Barne BurrellBudd Bowman, H. P. Brownson, 3. W. E. E. Caro P. A. Sne. I Siddons. G. A. Robison Mike. Rogers, :Joe.Radcliffe Saunders, D. c ony., Geo. A. Mills; B. Sr
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Eph. Brown, D. Crablree, J. NCrablree, Taylor Diekman, J. A. Davis. H. A. Michae Tiedman, F. E. S. ,. F. B Thiesen, 'R Turtle, J. Miller.Chas. Marquis, B_
i Bailey H. K. EbblnBennett Crablree, H. F. Chalker, Henry Dubuisson. L. A. Dahlstrom G. A. Taylor Tiller. J. B. Rem 'eter., Roth, Jaa.R3fldlih ., Turner c'. Toban. 'E Maxwell, F. Jr
Geo. C halker, Thomas C. Douglass, D. E. Dykes J. E. Touart, F. B. J. B. Jy.G. B
Beale, J. E.Blount Banner Turner r Ju Rhebiave Tracy, F. D. Maloney,
Geo.Brown. 'O. Tompsn Adrew
& Filtaigin A. T. Davis. Jeff.Dewberry Davis, C. T. Wm. To
Tomas
A. C. ,Floyd. W. T. Touart Rock E. Torne, P. K. Milford' Manefee,
J. .
t-: Boyett J.W. Butler G. V.W. lemming Aden Floyd, E E. W. C. Davis H. P. Thorp, W. It,'Jr. Turner, I Rober J. M. Rhefei'Iore. Thorsen, Thor B.- TIblel. C S Matthen e. E
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Thos.Commer Gibson George Douglass H A. DanieL Alfred. Tally. Jes Touart R- Rce J. Rowley;W. R. Uddgrean, McCloskey,. Tho& P.McMillan.
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reo.aF.. C. Henderson: D. C. Higdon C. IX Donaldson S. C. Davis. J. C. Touart Jn .Touart Co W. J. ,RandelL J. D. Vaughn. TOs. W. McCray. Sam. Thos.
:Jackson, William Demar. E.Douglass. M. R Touart Rda Vreell Q McCloskey, Bathes
; Craney. Hugh Collins, George Daniels. Fk Thomas, W."C. Roberts,' J. S. VanKlrk, W. J. Jaa.
L K eevan. William T. A. Dailey. W. G. Turner,' Turner, C. L. Robinson, W. W. H Mcoske McCravey, Judsn
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Craft D. .
Crawshaw, E. E. K Racetve. White, H. S. Wflllams, W. T. P. J.McDan :McCloskey,
Lewis, J. R Dunham J. W. P. H.
Jim Zack.Dilger
Lewis H. Douglass Thorp C. E.
r Cook. J. E. Chestnut HoataDavenport Toua Snblett :B.W. P. Williams, W. Jno. P.J.McNair Elot
McAuley. .
Crooks. Albert L isco. Thomas Davidson. W. H. :R. L. Thompson, G. W. J. E.Turner. Sheffield, Henry. Strickland, L Webb
-: avenport Morgan, B. G.' 2 Morgan, Thomas Daniels R. E. L. Donaldson, C. B. R. IL Jr. Thompson, Jaa Snead. A. J.W..B Williafs, rht'A. D. O. W. McNair.. J. T.McCuUagha. .
John G. .
Davenport W. D. Stew Cha Wilson C. M. G. McVoy. O, L. '.
Miller, O. M. Morgan Elvis Davis. W. A. Dudley S. OL Torrence. J. A. Tayior. al
RMcLendon. Jr
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Dixon.Fggart: ,Henry Jno. Jim Mathls, J. L.McCaBum Douglass. D. D. Davis, J. T. Thompson, C. V. Tcylor, :AWt. = : Walker Jno. A. Herman. McSwalne, D. T.' McNair, J. R
3': Frost Christ East Andlson I A. L. 'J. H. Doeller. Frank Sr. Daw J. A.Dickens. Thomas T. B. Tatman. W. N :E. Je.1W Wiersla Wbaley Porer.WUi McGourin. F. McNair. E.
Fisher J. McKinnnn. Robert McKinnon,, A. D. Dubose, Madison. Perry. Ben Lw Watson, C McCranie, 3. W. McDavld W. J.
!t Fleming. A. Thom H D. D. Woolen :
A. T.
Shuttlerth Smit Ni McNair. O.
Nimms, Joseph Donaldson Wm. B. Vfflar. E.
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Godwin J. T. Vftte. .
GamUn V. D. Warren, A. F. Wilson, M. Jr. Nee. Thos. F.
Pugh, Malcolm Erickerson Louis. Joe. W.
PrIngle Thos. Thos. Evans : Villar, Noru.
f Gonzalez R. K.: R Sweeney Sullivan 3. .1.Jr. I
}: Hermon, Fred Helton. Pugh, ames E. Proctor C P. Evans, Martin. Everett W. S. Villar, Chu VUlar, Snider, Ja 3. L P Wright, 'H J. Walter, .r. Nor Frank. Ne .
John F. A Sutter 1 Walker. R. Wright .
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f: Howell. L C. P niels, G. B. Ellis A. C. Edwards, J. R Vlck. Van J. aVermffilon Scott. E
House O. "W Pet Zellus A. E. Nelle.onP. :
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Nobles
:- Haley. Guy Reynolds, James A. Edwards. T. W.. Edwards W. M. W. L.Wnghton Sunday. Sam. Scott. G. W. x A.
House G.
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f House. Charles Henderson Jr. Scott W. M. J. Slice, C. R Eaton. R'H. Eustron I. O. Thos. F. Wilson D. He Slmms, U" "raSweeney Smith, F. R. Precinct No. 15' Nagle,. aO'Brien. Nlms W. W.
Kanen. Peter. J. W. J. Underwood. John W. Elmore C. Gunter Elsesser, H. F. Wilson David. White ., Jr. C. M. Sullivan Appleburg. Ic Avery. C., Sr. J.-Ed. O'Neal Jas.O'Leary .
;; KIlpatrick. W. AKe8sler Kupfrian t George, V.' VJhtte Ferguson, Jno. Fairchild B. H. Washington. Gtr Williams B. S. Smith C. Sanchiz. Br Adam Adams Jacob. Onov JnO Mike
; OliverPrecinct Fagonia, F. Ferby. IsraeL WalkerS Geo. Williams L. I ,'" A. J. . 'Olsen.
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Lamar, C. W Lane, .Jno. M. No. 9. 1 F. Saunders, L. Aderson Ae. K
X4on Jno.Lawton Fauria B. F. Franlln. Henry. WH ht, e. Wkera D Blth. C. D. Smith, J>. w.K Antone, He. c Olsen Pet r.. O'Lr.V.. .
Archer, ,
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Freeman E. Frater Wales a GabrieL
W. R H. E. M. T. Allen, ,- E.Alquest Olse Oto. Wm
Brewton N. 3. Bracker a Wat Roh Suir
A. Stie Pete. StoP(
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FleetwOOd. F. Ferguson L. L. J. .
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Miller. H. C. Watn. E. P.
Myers. W. E. Brewton, L. S. .elct
Bryant Thos. ,
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Morgan W. L. Morgan, W. H.McCraney Bond. F. E. Browder, Freeman TOOL Flowers. H. C. Watson. J. Ed. Searles I W.Tompson Sepp J Aaron E. F. Aden. L. J.Abdelcata Olsen,- G. O'Dno J. 1
Fredrichsen. J. H. Flutcher Jas.Fredrichsen. Way. C. A. Way. E. P. .-
i Moynes. John Jas. Beateher R. L. Tnttle 'Thos. Oge OlsnFn
Bryars, J. L.
tMcFadden, E.Parkhill Bracker, F. :E. Fairchlld J. M. Chas. Williams, Stne WUkersoa.. W. Troback, LaWc. ( Thetnb. W. Ht Abbott M. s-r Anderson, Wan E E Peterson. J. C.
t" C. RPJtts Powell, China Cooper, P."L' CornflwelL W. H Fullon C. L. Fredrick, A. Woods Ja A. TiUer.- B J Topper Ralph.TouartJ Andrews F': Anderson, Ia. Pitt. B. ,Plumber, W. E
Fell Wm. R. Ford RobtFitzpatrick Wlllock, Jno. 8 Peaks Jr.
Ward. C. H.Altman. S. aPinney
M Thos. Park. Martin A. Coley D. -'. Pau en. Hawluns Felzer H. H. Jos. Williams, Wm. W K r Vidal. Vincent Villar. PWp Aneon O. AnIons Sebasten. Pores Jno.
Parker N. B. Cawthorn, J. A. Ctandler G. 8. H Abr I
Reese, E. W. Riggs, Stephen Creamer J. B. Chavers Clark. Frater, JoeL Flowers. JL L. Win, Cy E. White. R. Villar. EmanueL Vallen,,Edie. Antone, A. Arnette, C. O. POIe, Peterson Jno.
f Riggs. Rabb RIgs Richard Cre ry,. J. W. Chandler, R. P. Ford. C. F. 'WllUams, J. T. Villan. Joe K., Van Pelt M. N. Anderson J. .A., Adkins. O. H.BisazzL Ptt, Walter. Petty.SamueL
Giagles, C. K. Green, A. TL, Sr. Wilkerson, White, L. R.
Shoefoot, %Vm.Shiver Campbell, J. H. M.. Cowart A. J. 8i Vickery, R. Vorkampp" M. Bishop R. Tony., Power Ja Price, Jno.Peterson .
Wm. M. & itWF.JM. Cardwell, Robert. Girands, Wm. Green A. It Jr. White J. White,' Walte.B. White -. Geo, Sr. Webb. -H? ). Bradley, Burke. Burton, C H. H. B. Geo. A
r Smith. A.Thompson. Smith. P. Dailey M. H. Dunn, W. W. GF1ffi E. Green D. H Webb, W. Wise. .. Wolfe, J. Emmet Wiskdoskln, B. R. Bradley Sa Butler, Perry, J. T. Pinney, Jos. L.
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j'. IL Turner SamWilliams. Dawson J. M.Filllngin Griffin, :M. Gillings B. J.Griffith. Wilson, Walter.Welles Woody.,E. B. C..W.WlikessonS.. J.- Bell' C.' Brut. J. .. Pons Jos. Peteren.
,- \! Worder, IL C. J. T. Gibbs. H. W.Goldstucker IL RGray T. E.Washington,4., WilUanjs. MosM.WltweH White Otto, E. Whiting, Jas. Ben, Da P. Brow H. A, Phair, To Frk.F

:t Walker. J. C. J. W. Gilmore J.W. Gray H. IL Wm. J. A. .'Jo H Wodman,.L. ) Wolfe/a-. F.Williams M T. I Pet E .
i' W Bon. William White, J.. A.f Gentry, G. M. Gilmore, J. D. Goodman Q. Glllfs J. McL. Williams, J. Walton J. S. Wilson,' E. R W. Burke, Brow H J. Quina. G.
White W. H. Williams, T. J. Garrett .. N. Gilmore, Thomas. Goode H. Golson. J. 1LGahlenback Wtttieh. W. L. WIlson Jacob B Welch T. l' :wheat J. L. Bobs A. F.BushnelL Brow Jn 1 Quigley Fred. Qigle Jno.
.Precinct No. 3.' Gilmore Leonard. W. A. Gflmore. Alfred. Williams, J. W. Wmkley L. W.Wrighton White Williams; J R. IL ,. Quarles, He. ,
t i Anderson, Gustave HartwelL G. A. Huggina John B. Gingles J. W. Jr. Griffin, G. C. Watson F. D.. A. A. Wilson, J. Wittlch. W E, Jr. BasS Thos., Barrow, W. 14.Burton Rydley, Rady, L Luh C
Geralds Jas. T. Gray. Chas. W. Whorley AUen.Wltweli. Wilde, 'Ward. .- Benjamin Roche. Rice, A. .
Brewton. Ben Harris, Ben. '
Brewton E. L I I
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Godwin. T. Gage. J. S. Alex. Watkins David H.d.Ia
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I Wood Jno. G. Burne, Baggett Runyan, Ritz,
BeaL R. R. Brewton J. N. Jones W. A. Jackson S. A. E. He.
HiUiard, H. Hants, ; J. Williams, .'
S Brown. C A. Bryant J. Joiner. H. S. H Man Wias. I Wolf, E. 8.Wynn., Sidney. Brown. 'Jaa. Sr. Brandon, Jacn Rameres, Jno L\ a
Cooms, W. M. Crow, W. N. Kendricks Robt. Howard Hilborn A "'r WIte.'D.B. SWilll 1 Jr Wolfe, W. W. Wetland, :lOB BeU H. L Bear, Rochs. M. B Rupert O.Rosenau. .
Harris, T. Walsh W. E.WUlifl Bonlfay, W.. Burns, Chas, Rosborough .
t Carter. A. D. Cook. Henry Lewis W-T. w. 'o Fci Wright G Sm
Clipper Samuel, Coppersmith. J. F. Mason; E. A. Mason, B.. F. Hatch Heine.ctrBG Hoffman. : Yni J. 0 Wright. Wm. Burns, ,. BelL J. Lma M Robinson, Bobbin. Reinhardt &
.$'' Caro Bruno Miles F. M.McDavld .'- Hall, Here, Toung n'EB.IYniet. Weekley W. W. Welts, F. C. Burns, Jim. Booske, Reed Jas. RiedeL Earnest
: pixon.. W. Dixon. Jas. D. F. McNeaL P. R. C. Precinct No. 13. Watson, W. W. Wilson T.; .A. Blount Richard A. Bradley, C. Royter, Da C. Rive F. R
).'ell. Wm. Fell. J. G.Glanders Prilchelt P. :M. Presley A. C. Hawks, Walter.T. Harris Hoffman., R.C.W.Hllllard. M Avery, AlL Anderson, W. 8..A.hrens White, A. Henry. .Wright J. A. Bond F Butler. Roe. Frank
;- Fell, J. G. Parker G. G. Parsons, C. C. Hua-g G .. Chas. Jas. Worg G. M. Boyle ; Benson, J. T. Roach fctehard. Rosenau
: GoJsby, Richard Ernest Peddyr J. W. Hofler, A.R. E. Howard: M. L.G. Apostle, Constantine Abna G. W.' Yniestra, A Burne, G. L.Bonifay Burke, Jos.: K Reglro, Jos Aex
S Gambol W. J. Parsons, T. :M. RathwelL R. Hoyett Albert, Yoster. D. A. Tongs M. M. G. Brow H. L. Ross A. Reache
& Harris, John H. lIerulrl%. ,J'. C. Reid, B. E. Reid, W. R. Hogeboom J.,'Harry. Hatz.Harris 3.G.J.C Alken Walle. Ana, Eene Yonge, I M. Yonge. J. E. D. Bon if ay, F. c M. P. Jr. Reed, W. P. Roache. CL Gi
i. Jones H. J. Jones. Peter Sharp. W. IL' Stuckey W. W. Hayes,4) J. Abt Chris. n Amos, f>. Precinct No. 14. Butler, W. Benson W. F. Rlera Jos. V. Richardson
Kupfrlan. C. JL Kirksey W. W. Saunders, George, RSmith, B. H. Harris Harry. HalL i'A Aen Henry. Adams,Hugh. Apostle. Nick. Aden, Henry' Bony, G W Burgoyne, C. R. Roberts J. H Robinson. A. J.A
S i' Loper, W. 2.!. J, Lewis, H. C. StatIon Ed. Sturdevant M.. Wm. Hoyt G. A. Camaa Avant :Jno A.' Anderson Walker. An .Rlado Brn FnBshl Willie. Robin,.Russ Rupert, T. G.
Lewi*. W. *, Ptanton O, R.Tlsdale. Hal Hansen, Avery R. Alsip T. ll 1'. Jr
Jas.Hoyt U Adern Pte.
MUslead. D. W. McNIr F.. w R; Lwrence. D. D.Henderson. Brown Brent n. G. H CT.AYI.-J. C, Jr. Bascomb, Stewt Baker. Robt. Steele Wm. Suare RAtD
llornH, "George,X,, McNair!.-V. Q. Walker. James T. WiUiams, V. D. Halford Robt. Bossq Sam'L Brent R. J. Aymard L. A. Balony, .Bear, Jake. Scruggs, Peter. ,G
McCray: Sam Precinct No. 10. Ge.. Hoer Peter. BeaU, Egbert Berg. 3. A. Buffin, Robt' Brown, Joe Brown Joe. Brown, Philip. Solart, Ae Stinson, Phip
Nix. Chas. Norris. Tom' Abrams Thomas. Hah, W. Huel, Hans. Butler. Dan. Bell Sidne. Bieblghauser. :.Belt '. .. Bums, Mike.BeO Belrne C. WV "' Scher. Snares, A. A
f Price E. D. Parker W. P. Bryars, Frank 0.' Bryars, B. IL Hendrix. P. A. Bernard B. S. Beyer, Brow'Geo.. Berry W. H' Jas. E. .Barras. V. A. Ste Jno. Snares L. A.
i'r .,J. Sv Bryars B. M. -, Baker. M.Blanton Hovey, E. R. Harn, Albr Briggs, Capt. Wm. Brown. A. A. Br. :Mors Brawner F.-E Bonlfay, R., H. Bowen, D. E. S Saddler, A. CLSaffln.
JohnRogers,1 Riggs. David Bryars, J.' A. M. H. Hoffman, Hogeboom. J. E. Brown J. T. Burrom, J. M. Hery. Bell, C. J. Brown. Richr ,Bruno.. O. ej. L.SewelL E. N.
t' E. 8. Richmond, W. IL Beck W. C. Barnes, R. A. Wm Hendrickson, Blume G. C. Benson B Baker Bennett' Dvd Brow F. Stearns, R F.
Staples. T. E. bhinahouse.. Cria Baker, M.' Co.Barnes.. Frank. A. Hal Cha., G. Henderson, P.Oc. W. F. Blumer, 1. Bear Ma'L. Bear. ChlpUa Thos. Cohen G. MlCorigliano Simon, J. H Sanders, Cha
i.: Shuler P. Barnes,. Moses. fColeman. BIrds. M. Hihtower T- M HalL E. H. A Brell A. J. Brook E. Bruce F. B,. Burnett W*'J. Ck. Joe Solo, R. Simon. .
Townlon. W. J.Windham. Thomas Tonge .; John Colemanan.' C. Harvey, Hurt, H. F.. C. HM .> Brce E. M. Berlin. N. Cn F. 'E Clark Rch& Stallworth Geo. 'Swains; M.
J. F.Wheat.. C. M. Coleman,' W. T. Cook. L C. Holley. To.. E Brown Chas. C. C. W. Brow S. Berlin. Jake. S.Cassldy Camp, ShUston G W. Saer Wm.
1-' Williams John Walker, W. R. Coleman, A,J.Da Irey. S. E. G. B.Igrahm Blount W. A.Blount.. W. A- Jr. Bard. J. W. Brow G H Pat Cravey, Jonu Smith G. W. A
Warner, C.. IL' *is, J. D. Dockens, John M. Theo. John Bell Frank. .. Bell, W. A. Jno. Br. Christie, Wm. Campbell, D K Soderlind. G. A. Sunday Jno.
t-_. Precinct. No.'4, Davis, C. C. Dockens, Silas. Barney Jones Oliver. Bell Peter. Bowes, M. F.Brosnaham Berlin, Herman.Bnrgmayer. J. W.. Jr. Captain. H. Cook. Suez F Sellers Cupid.
Brfggs.-WIn. Bryars, R. Davis H. P. Dennis, J. E. Jones J. c. Joyner. J. G. H. AButt C. C. C. F Bedsole, G. G Clutter, Crook, Ander SI Solomon Jacob
Clark. J. A. Clark W. H. Dockens, W. B. Dockens, J. A.Eddins. Johnson Jno. A. Jones, A. J. Bowes, J. J.. Brow 1 Blocker. Louis D'M Brent T. Chare S c SI X Severance, Jno
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%- Cannon. J. :M. CaldwelL W. J. Dennis, J. S. Jones S. J. Jennings, P. N. Berry W. F. Je. Bazzell.,Jas. A. Brewton, B. C.Bedsole Clutter B. E Simn. W. Simmons,
Cavens. W. MDouglesa Eddins, Richard.Eddtns L R Johnson. C. R. Johnson, Wm. L. Coleman Patric Currie, E. M.Bonilay. Bonifay. C. Cohen, Adolph N. CorerWm H. Jr. Scer, Jesse. Sange, R
: W. R. Davis J. J.Greenwood. N. W. Jeudevme, Henry. Jensen. L. J. Christie. Campbell. PatiHo.Cushman P. .. Carter Jn. B. To Shed Jno. Suarez. T. F.

Gales J. R. :M. L G. Franklin, Norman. Franklin, B. Johnston, Geo. W. Johnson Henry. H. C Craig, W. E Coleman Jos. Conderm. Geovm Clifford... s'._. G Cve. H. Sell, B. G.
Gonzalez: M. F. Greenwood Gonsales Franklin.Alonso, Jones, C. M. Johnson A. Cook N. B. Crone, T. Castro, Wm. Covington, Cary. Ck C Saunde E. E. B.
7 Godfrey ManueL Glidler, G. A. Gluey W. IL Godwin Jacob L. Jones Geo. F. Jacobson O. C J. M Carlson L. Carenas, C. A. Chandler J. N. Christopherson Cp, W. J Sott. Wm J. SUUman A.J
Srefn. J. A. Gonzalez. C. P. Godwin. W. T. Godwin J. W. Jones Moses. James,' Tony. Carter, W. Croon L. B. Cravey, W. F. Coslon Chas. M. Cafiero, G.. B. Chetut, : Rr M
I.-1; Hurd Mark. Jr.- -- Godwin W. B. Godwin. E. W. :lakn. Wm. :laddec J. Carter. .. T. Caro, Jno. H Cookey. Jn .Crena D Coleman, J. E. CaJdwe Wmie. Stark SIP. Ge I B.
I I Jones. Geo. Joseph. Mark.. Godwin, Wm. M.Gimlar. Godwin James L Jame Daniel c. Crone, Jos. Costella Cahn' Cck. Caro. P. G. C.Crgln Ster., T Smith G .
: Joiner, Moses. Joseph tjmy., TJ. H. Godwin W. H.iaWaJ. .. Johnston Clark. Jas. T. Carter J. C. g Fannin. W. M.Covlngton. D. 'Cdwell Wm Sodderquist NieL
,' Johnson. Weldmeier. Jamerson, D. W. Jon L. F.Kohler Johnson O. CLKleusmeire Carte H. Chaffln. J. A. mr Alex. H. L. W. Stearns, W. SImon Richmond.
Kemp. Jno. A. ; : Hanks, Joe E. J. W. D. H. Monroe Cain Jas, e.E Carter Ch 1 Cope Hugh I1 fula P. Se To E Shaw
tLandgram. J. P. Lee, Ja,., Sr. Holland Ellas. Hanks C. C. Krone Hera Kersey R F. Cope. J. T. Cushman. D. S W. Collins, H Caro Jno. Crona Scott I. L.
Lafgram, Alex. Llndaey. Jaa Hal, W. G. Hall J. C Kirk, J. Kohler, Jno. H. Crockett, R.3.Connor, J. C. Cross, Sam'I 1 Carey R. Jr. Cheslnut Wm K. PI Shackleford W. A..
,. $ Majors Dan.McCann. Holland, Wm. B. Ranks. C. Kearney R. J. Krueger, Chas. Clark. M. E Cone. J. T. Cooler Ge. Cooney F. F., Jr. Clemans, ,Jame Clark. Toy, Thompson,
"- J. B. McLean. P. M. Howell John T. Hanks, J. W. Kyle, W. K Keys Jeff. Cook. A. Castlila, F. D.Cashman Coe, J. Chovick, Christ Delahunt DavIdsonHarrtson. Tter..ef. Thornton. Sm.
L McCann, C. D.Nobles Hanks'L. G. Henderson. R. F. Keaf er. W. A. King E. aLangford Hya Curtis, G. W. Chipley. Buckner., Clulla. Gus. Divine, P. D. Dunham. W. A. Jno. ,Touart I
J- L. A. Nobles, F. F. Knott J. D. Knott J. M. Knowle A. N. Cresap, R. E Childerson, T. J. CaldwelL R. C. Cravens, E. S. Dawsen F DeVaughn. A. K Taptola, L. Fank, r.
1J'v.: : L. Little H. K. Lee, J. L. Denis A. :R. Conlin. T. Cranston. F. H Covington. C. M.DeSilva Davis C Darlington C. Jno. Tucker, J. E.Tadford .
5- Piuu ne. Geo, Parazine N. L. Millstead., W. B. Malone. E. Land sherry. D. Lindsey, Pleas. Caparies C. P.: Clark, C. W. H. G. Daniels, Abe. Dooley. J. M. Davis, C. H.. Jr. Thmpn ThOr Thor S ,
Pagett E. Powell, Jas. Merritt J. R. Millstead. M. L.. LDbr E N. Larcum, C. T. Collins, Alex. Cusachs, Thos. F. Dorr, C. H. Dishman C. H. Daniels F. M. Duval, B. c. Thor. B Wm
,. Rain!!. J. H. McCarther, M. D. Lews. Ge. Leggart, A.'J. Cooker, B. F. Cannon, B Dennis, :It. H. D'Alemberte. C. W. DavisAlfred.. Daniels Louis. Taylor, Jas. Tat. .Antone.
S wder, W P. Smith. A. Nicholas Brttt :Nichols. Jesse. Fncoi A. M. eLupton Louis. Carol A. Crane, 0 Davis, E T. Davis, L. L. Dunn, F. M. DeBroux, Sr. Geo. F. Touart P. P.
SUcox: Tom., Spence, Berry. Nettles M. Nichols, A. A.O'Farrell"J. Londsberry, W. N. G. Carter. W. Day N. Dunham. J. C.Dannheisser. Duncan, Welley. Dorsey. R.L ToW, F. Thornton Dudley
Skinner. E. F. Sheffield, Henry. W. Owens J. T. I Levey, Chas. J. Long J. L. Carr. T. L Davonlr Sam'L M. RDenham Dorsey Wm. Donovan. R. 0 Thorn, H. M C
Simmons W. J. O'Farrell, A. J. Lewis. Edwards. Lee. R. E DA1emberte.cv.. A. Dannhelsser. J ,- Robert S Der. B. Dugherty. J. R, Villar, J. Vaughn Nelwn
Tompson, Joe.Taylor, Walter. Pickerns W. J. Pert D. CLRobertson Lee Kdfley.Lusic.; J. W. DLt Anlone. Dubuisson. Ditmars. Ed. ', H. T.Dannheisser Crls EmundsR. L. Van E, J. A. Van G.VUlar. .
S Tlppin A. C. Pipkins. Jt R.Rlgsby. Wm. Lewis, Andrew. .1. E. De L Rua Elwood. Dav Dunwody, B. Edwards I J'ululL Van C. G. Metr.. }
Williams. Willie White, W. W.- }{.C L. Wm.RumbleLevj Levant Anton Levy L. M.Largue Daniels, J. S. EmanueL Wm. 14.FAmundson Ellertson. Eier Eylehoff, Van Metre, Wm.'li. Vucovich, C.
Williams, Lem. White L. C. C. Rice A. T. ; L Ja J'ame Dailey. J. M.DiUion Davis, B. A. B. P. ElliOt, E. W. Kitzen Gu Edrebt Dav.E Van Eaton, A
_ ; Precinct No. 5. Richard J. S. Rigsby. Jas. F. ''Lych P. Long J. Henry. Davis, E L. English E Edwards, Eva Edwards Walter, Jno. WllUams
Siegers Damond. Lowry, J. A. Forcheimer G. Elijah Z, Pau GW IIam
W. C. i Davis. Alfred. Davis, W. P. Farley, ,
Bust***. A. J. Bryant John T. Ward, W. S. Wiggins, J. J. I Lenox. F. Lewis. A. M.Maxon D'Alemberte H. A. Daw J. A. Jr. Flynn' J. ILForcbeimer, N. G. f den R. B. Ela'z Whiting: i & Weinholtz. it
S Bryant James. A.. Blumsley. James Ward. C. J. ,Wiggins, O. J. I Mosley. Wm. W. E Davis.. L. D'Alemberte. E. Friedman.-. Fobs J. J. R. F. Farinas Jas. White, R. C. Walker,
Bailey.1 A. H.Ifuller. Bowman, Walter Ward, E. Wiggins. G. J.Walkins I Merlins F. R DeWitt H. IL Dansby. PaulDusenberry A Ferris, W.,B 'Freeman, E Joe.Forum, E. Wilkins Jan.Ward. C a
Jatthews.'Robt
W. O.Rarineau Busbe ; C. B. Ward, H. H. S. O.. I able, Geo.Manderville. De La Rua Max F. Forgubanson.Walter Fullerton, I Ford, J. H Furtoung, JasFlorea West. Jno Wiim.ThoAr.Wright
Cowan J. 'fi L Barber W. L Ward, J. N.Wilson.. Dave. Zck More, W. R.' Penman, I. Dormor, A. A. L Falk Willie M. Friedman, LForcheimer Fredericfcson, F"d'k W. n G
W. R. F. Denard, E. W. T. Foley. Matthews. Frank. .1.' FondebelJ Jo. C. Welch Jno.
Precinct No. 11. Mot
Dawkins. P. C. Davis, Jno. K. G. T. Meeker Geo. W. Duffy W. 1 Dnca.Rua F. E. Freh. S. G. H.S.B Forbes. W B. E, Whiting. C. Woods W. A
Davis. Geo. H. Agerton W. M. Agerton. T. C. Moore, Alexander. Mosley'Wash.Matthews. Everett W. A. Ethrid?t. W. T. Flemn L. E. Fraye For, Jno. ILFtt Fox Edmund." FO.. G, War C. Weaks. Sylvste.WJgt .
:; Edmon Alien Fell. J. Allan Nathan.BartJev Walther
M.
: Moyer. W. .'J.W.. V. A.
W. Wm. J. Freeman
FJsher. James Prater Lewis .. A. Blacl A. RBuckhannon Miller C. K.Metcalf I. Mackey W. M.MuUer. Elliott Elliott E. AElot, Ge., .. Jr. Gonzalez. R W, Flashner Edgar. Flemming C,. R.J. P. N. Williams, CaT!!i.

Frater. H. F. Bird; Martin. W., W. W. B. Ere'Merriwether Furgerson R. G. Friar. Geo. Godfrey.' Tom. Goldstucker. O. Fillinglm. lolph. Fan i. A.V. Williams, H. G. Wiim Houle..
Garrett Henry Garrett S. A. Buckhannon. Joe. W. R. : Jos Fisher, A. Geri.- Nichola. Green, L. Hilton. Friedman S.,}. FUlingim. R. White Wi L. Weil
Ferguon. J.
Candy E. Grimes E. A. Emmons. .1..W. A Lui Wilson, O
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Foster, Fernandez. Gundershimeiy B. L. Gagnet, EdwGuinot J. Hen.
Hurst J. C. Handrop J. F. Glass, John.Glass Goodale Francis. Muler., D. M. MUer.Morn. J. 0 Foster Ed. Filllngim" F. T.Farehid. Geo. Carson, B. Flower. U Forheime.E Williams, t I Williams R E.Albritton. .
Hurst J. B. Hall. T. W. Henry. Gulley. a R. Maura, Oscar E. L. E. W. Graham, Harry E. D. Flnn H. o'are Her., Whlt.Asrong. Wahingo Luis
Geremr 1. .
Handrop. Henry Helton. Jas. Godwin Jacob L. Horsy E. B. Muller, H. CarroLGreen Grundy. Peter.Gugenheimer Griffith. Jno. C The
.: Klabisb Henry Henderson. M. D Hubbard Robt.. Maes. C. Miller, Edward S.JIaur .. C. L Gray, R. I Grgg.. .l' Farna.E.Fiher.., O. Weller, .' 1: 'yat. .4.3.
Lester JohnMathews Henderson. .. M "
J W L Wilkersos, J.
McLellan. P. Mih Ward W B
Glackmeyer. Grant Chas. Grant GundershlmT Gus. Fisher R. ,
''i.:- J. M. ManeL Lambert S. J. Fe Favorite, .
Wess Lee E. B. E.
Willie L. Mclntyre., E. W. P. Walthers.
: forga Garneld. W. Gllmore. W. S. Green Wm. T.Gant Gibson Willis. Filllngim. Fenn G.
: W.- Wentworth
t- Malone. Drewry Lee. Jessie.Merrilt .
Lock. a. 1. BaUey. McDonald, Geo.McMillan A 1 Tales, Wro.Tnlestra
T. L.Grant .
Gonzalez J. M. Gonzalez, Candy IL E.Hernandez. Fisher, J. .
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* Nfcketoon J. A. Nix.: ROlsen. Chas. S.Millstead :Merritt John Emanue .
T. W. .1.Zirkiebach.
Monroe, J. J. J. Tales
H. Frank J. Gonzalez .
3. Olsen. W. M Antotio J. M.Mlras Mimms W. L. .Hars. Wm. H. GUi O. Gbsn.I.. Herron. J'. S.Hagennan 1 I* Graham, Andy. Mack Klrklebach Jno.
Morn E. Abe. Gonzalez, J. Greenwood FriU
Perry, T. H. Pierce, Levi. GrnblRtt Ts B J
James Millstead.
Penton. J. M.Posraonda. Penton. M. J. F. :Mimms. Willie A. Morgan M.Frank.J. ,Geo.W. 1 McGuire McCaskill, ,J.J.J.McAllister. K Greer Griffith. Wm.Glden I ,' F. B Harrison. F. Gonzalez A Gr ..o'S Precinct No. 16.

V. A. Merritt. B. M. McArthur. E. A. Marzonl C. P.A X R. B. L.H/ Hut D. Hyer Wm. K Jr. Gnz S. z Sr, R P. L. Albrttn C. B
T. V. L.
W. R Hirschman 1
Mat. A.
Shelby. W. A.. Sr. Shelby. Paul Nicholson, J. D. G. McAllister, C. B. Ha'mah. Green Jno. Bacher. H. H.
_aShelby. George Shelby. J. J. Rlgby. J. L. RIgby, W. 1(. Hen. Hannah. P. E. Huthins W. I Hoeh.Thos. Hooton, J.'J. Grares, Wm. N. Pieman T.
4 __ Share.-.A. Stewart J. R.Slewart Steele D. R Merlins, Cas. McArthur.McDonald G.W.'B.B.Metca. Hallmark G. c M HOlmes G Hurley. W_ S. Gonzalez, C H.. Jr.Glrinl.Gma C. C. Flowers. O: I Farnell. Jas.Hubbird. .
Taylor, H J. J. R. Stewart J. B. 1 McKay Wm.McNeiL .. Harrison Hyr Harrison Davd Hall Wier S Hansen, Gus. Gullman. Jn. B. Gri. Falrcloth C. B.
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Pete. Hubbard, Hoffman Harris Gibson .
Webb A. L. Weaver, W. R"Wilson Williams R. J. Wiggins. T. E. S.H C A. Hastings. W .. Jam**
I! White William J. T. Williams. W. C. Wise, J. B. Marston Marzonl, Frank. McCarthy, J. J. Hautman. Chas. Hautema. 1 Hen Jos. G. Hyer R. Greenhut.' .. GrimMey,G R. Hastings. .. B.Hubbird. Hubbird W. B
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ti Waters. W. A. Ward. W. E. Humphfry. Walker, Her. Harper. T., Jr. Goss, J, D.Gonzalez. Grant,. E.'
Morgan. G. J. McCaskill, D. F. C. L Hallmark, Heinberg, B. S. A. W. S lwF
Joiner
Yonkers Ha 1 I Hack Grah Joiner ,
.j: Hr. Precinct: No. 12. Morrison A.. D. McNeU. a W. L. L. Heilbron. I.Humphfre Higgits. J. W. Jos. J. Griffin, J. Gage j K He.
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Precinct No. '
6- Anderson Oscar. Andrews. S. D. Maloney Hugh. :McAdams, & T. C. Hayo. J H. Hiracfunan RHayne Hooton, W. Guinot. L M. S. Lau, JoIathe.. .
, Bailey, LeonardBailey. Brown Henry Armstrong. J. F. Acosta E. G Meeker. Thomas B.McCdy, W. H Harey, HarE'Y, H.Hodgeboom. Chas R. Henley, W. S. Gonzalez Gamren. Ed. Stewart. James.Williams Stewart Ed-
; Jas. R. Barker W. & Anbach.Chas.. Acosta, T. H. Morn D. B. J. L. R. HilL R. Ingrrahtm, Walker. Israel, Gonzalez, Ga. Gutl..n. Br IL
jie Bonlfav. B. M. Bryant snuB Allen. Ed. Applegate, W. E. Nelsn. C. Norman. W. a" C. Horn. F. S.hrae Isaac. 8. J. Sa Gonzalez, a J. B Win I
i ck. Theo. B. Bradley, T. J. Alfred J. L. Applegate W. T. Nor C. S.Nolan. Henry. Hancock A Ingraham J. B Jon Boykln. Johnson Jar Samson. Oonzalez. G F.HamUton. S Precinc No. 17.
c Bowman E. R. .Alexson. Gustave.. Andrews J. N. Negli Nele W. H. G. W. *, Jos. L James Jos. H. Glen T. L FL
t ;e_- Cate. Wm. M. Coker. T.J, Amos, Ed. J. Adams, Gabriel Neve, J. Z Johnson. Arthur. Jackson Wm. Johnson Jno. H Johnson. Chris.Kugleman. Harris She .'R, H. Adams C. Bryan, 3.2.
Crosby. Ike Connon W. Alexander, Jas. Alexander, Smith. Noble H. Nobles. L. E. Jones, Theo. Joe Harvey. Jennlngi T. A, Hart. WUHr Ma Br., J. J. Bowen, Fnk
T4 Connell R. 0. Anderson, I lab Blba.
Davis. PeterDavidson Davison. G. Acosta. E. B. Aselfors. Joe. N. McK.Oerting CL McK. Joseph' Antonio. Jackson. R Klelne. KessleivW.Dve & Hartman. Bole. Jr. Baker. ..

1W a C. Evahart.-B. X., Anderson.Sterling. Andrews, J. IL C Juu Olsen, Wm Jones, Feerk Johnson. Arte Kg Tlos. t Keyser; Jos. 'c, Hede.Ruol ialut Kr Lu. 1 Clark. Jae
Davidson. Wm. Fred. Hn. Houarn .
Abbott Anderson, E. A. Ousley Judd Jennings, S. 11. SamueL aopton V. Ooptoa
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Goldsmith. Dorsey Griggs, Ed.Henderson.. Abbott J. A.Brosnaham Pace W.B. Pons R. H Jenkins, laBet Jones, C. Laps:. T A. LeBaron. Hannah.Wm HoIlifleid, W. B Creirhton, JL Clopton,
Harper. J- T. Henry J. C. Blngham A. R. Pons. M. C. Powell, E. Jacobson. A.Lewis T. L Philip F. E Cr M. C
ke.Illnote.B.E.: Ha.rt.B.J. Bogich Mark L Bonifay. J. E. Puns S. F. Pine, J. Gu Lo.. ,, Hyer, Henry. Hansen,. H. cegton. G ,
Hardy George G. Hart D. :R. Butler, T. J. Betswortb, W. W. Porter J. H. Pryor. n Kirktrk A Kma Aru Langley. loN' o' B Holm W.- Henderson,W.D Jr. Davis Davis T. 1.
;: Jones B. A. Jennings, O.'E. Butler A. H, Bryan, J. H. Robt Powell L Kn B. F. Kre, ', I. t Latham C LmwrencVEdTw. Hrrell -. W.: Han A. Davis, Jak. Davis, James.
Jackson Chas. H., James, Charles Bennett;Steven: Bobe, 11. B. Per Chas. Peterson G Kelley. Uyhman, 1a Leonard JTs. .Geo. 8. 1
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Fall SuitsThe S CLUB I I C AR MY ..,.fU tt.- .


Clothier and Fur-:, I I I II 1111

nisher says: To Submit Proposition u I l' = ORIGINAL CUT-PRICE CLOTHING HOUSE
Dark colors-grays. blues I I I 1 1I Interesting: Meeting Will Be sl

blacks also stripes checks and the .
plaids. "The style conserVative.' Rebuilding of Held, on the StreetsToNight. OF WEST rD
FLORIDA. 4
coat moderate In length demonstrating ion 'Wharves Etc.The . .J-
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the desire of the well- ,

dressed man to avoid extreme. 'fU invites the attention of all West Florida citizens-.to their imI I -; j F

The Standard this fallis East High Boating and l Tonight at 7 o'clock on the corner fUfif

good taste, but this Club held its ,first meeting !!<- t of Palafoz and Zarragossa streets the mense stqck-of Clothing, Shoes, Hats, !etc.: There's'a saying m r : '. r

does not night ,since the storm of last l local branch of the Salvation Army that "Money Talks. We made ours:talk
necessarilymean convening at the residence I 'tha( Finest, will hold a Hindoo Missionary Service IN ; : when we were NttBlaying 4 4I

tame or monot- Boyes. its president. which will be of great Interestto .in' this mammoth stock and will talk when tf
nous patterns ; here are It is not generally known is \World 1 I Pfnsacol'ans. I I yours you m .

styles for young men club lost its entire ,property 11! Alex. B. Saennan ,an EngL'sh offi- us'Jor a Suit, Overcoat, or anything in our line. ftt
ing of the pavilion, and blending I cer of the Salvation Army who has ItO .
with the "live wire in '
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served under the Blood and Fire fla; 3 n:
buildings containing 40 beans I f
em. ; grown in thirteen different countries, including .
ing rooms, boat shads: and_ i iKe result of I India, and whose,Hindoo name is m OUR SPECIAL IS i
NOTE
Swell line of Fancy provements valued at $ "JedaKodi" will tell what is being OFFERINGS
this was mainly by the successful en I done through the instrumentality of

Vests just received, with of the long.. county, bridge 4 Salvation Army missionaries: and explain m FOR THE NEXT FIFTEEN DA YS.
the ways, and means used to .
to match.
canes ned Texar
Bayou at Gadsden '
win the natives of that dark heathen N
the bridge coming: over FOOD I country for Christ He will dress in

club building 'taking : d$ in I native costume. I
and America. .An Interesting: time is promised as
in its
way and making a
the'enUre property that has, Illus : the natives of India are very clever N 50 Men's Black Cheviot and Thibet Suits in single and

TTANDARD LATHING 0. so much enjoyment during tl iK.t free. I I'I and will witty show: as the following incident- double-breasted. These. Suits would be good value I f

JTHIESENVBUILDINGU6UIF mer months to the hundreds- & CO Ltd. A native whose wife had just died ni $7 pn If
Il_ people and c?.izens I was being consoled by a, missionary,
will them lOu
visited, this popular resort I'I :. MASS. I Il who said "your wife is inHeaven. sc to at $10; we run at ------'----I.-------------Oi
The club j Ij is far better off," when. to the m's- ill

steps towards meeting rebuilding was to but sionary's surprise the" native said! : 100 Men's Suits in Checks and Plaids and various other elegant t i
CITY COFFEE CO. timent "Heaven was no,good, and on being u
present was largely .
Ito building again the .1 I asked to explain said "suppose Heaven This assorted line of Of f
on is
\ [ him long designs. an '
H. P. CHIPMAN Manager. Park water front.. any' good, England grab. patterns nn

Foasters, Blenders and Shippers of large Ths tract Lake view of land Haven with Co., ,the where only'the In.l:corner age On? 'of Sunday Government-at 7. p.and:m. Palafox on the tU and were bought to sell at $12.50, your' pick for SIO. ; f .


OUR Fine COFFEES Coffees ARE SOLD BY ALL it short water was distance front suggested on north Bayou that of each the Texar{ Whiskey exposure habit,. and* streets Interesting In "God's service Cathedral will ,"be another held.- 150 Men's Suits, made especially r us by 'the celebrated f fIN fe1 j

GROCERS. GIVE THEM A TRIAL the patient Only The topic will be "Who is The Big
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ber take a l.ttle stock in Describe gest Liar In Pensacola .this I High Art and R. & W. Tailors. They include every-j
view Haven Co. and ask the .
wr'te: you an meeting Alex. Shennan, who has been
SOMETHING NEwt to put 'up'al once'a large can accomplish assisting Captain and Mrs- Harman jlS thing in the latest designs in all colors: well the
over the waterand at least 50 as as conventional = .
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will
Eo'd-tlilel' Bean!]Pins, 2 and 30c per pair family' physiciaa here for the past nine. weeks,

W. A. Gahlenbeck, 213 S. Pa'afoi! f i SI and rooms wbar'Ves'conn en tha shore bng with M ta.Woolley Ga. 104 jpo'ntment bid the people is, farewell.New Decatur Hs nexvap-Ala.. black and bluet perfect form: fitting, semi-form

thing''J}a be ,with -view fUN
,"""yu>IIC y oil bujlt a la vise sea a 1 a f. -..--,. where he takes charge: fitting and full backs all will be found in this line for' N '
COTTRELL, club's old 1 improvements, and ; H. Alfman. tin copper and short Iron .
FINE PHOTOG RAPtiS. same time make an effort to worker has mO\"M'to 109 East Government I swell dresssers.
street in the opera house building: m f
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Pensacola. street car company extend N ij VESSEL .
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tracks to the Lakevisw .
erty and Bayview Park P NTS. '
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TURTON &. BELL, .
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PHOTOGRAPHERS SINCE 18/ resorts easy of access from .
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NEGROES FOR
Kodak Supplies, Hniohmj tar Ama aarJ" of the city.. "

tically These'sugg endorsed tIons by every were 150 prs Men's Working Pants, every pair guaranteed, $1.50 IS i :


Mslct-meker.tUnutactur R. K. WHITE;ng Jeweler,,anj: Graduate ber ed to present take and the a matter'committee'up S N 500 Boys' Suits, in regular knee lengths, bloomers, and juvenile m t t 't t t L LN
CpUcian. S. Paialox Street. Pensicoli, Fla. Lakeview Haven Co. at its CANAL WORK ;

lar meeting. TEO' styles, sizes from 3 to 17 years; prices range from N : A.I''j


Tersely Told. DAMAGE TO THE .: Let Them Dig Bi -Ditch and w $1.00 to 500.: Our $2 and $3 line is the strongest in +1,t iN i

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E. M. In 6 the city. !N 1
Sessoms of ililligan, was a'I ', 'dt

the Among city jesterday the business visitors, from F. E. C. Grounded' at Solve the South's Race Our $2.50 Shoe, in all leathers, is the talk of the town. m :{!t' '

:Milton yesterday was J.A. Bryant. is Pr c- Problem i : mm
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Godfrey Long of Cincinnati, is in RESIDENT ENGINEER < ,

the city shaking hands with his many .: The Wl. & O. Clothing Store ..Jw. .
friends. TOTAL LOSS AT W. J. Oliver the well known con ;

Mrs. W. M Loftin has gone to Birmingham tractor was in Chattanooga yester

where she will spend sev $150,000. Lena, which day says the Chattanooga Times. Toa 321 and 323 South Palafox Street, Pensacola, Fla. ;: {:
eral weeks visiting her bister. the hurri representative of The Chattanooga ; f

J. It, McLane: of Geneva Ala.. a The :Miami Morning News almost: wharf upon was the Times has he yet gave come the from first him intimationthat directof Il! aa aaaeaaaaaaaaeeaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaeeell 'I {JI JIand

prominent citizen of that place was the following report of the yesterday morn his intention to become a bidderon
In the city. yesterday. to property along the line of the tugs Mary the- construction of tile Panama ,: i I
J. H. Pugh and W. R. Smith of \\eat extension together with' when the tug Canal. I would be pleased to have an opportunity ELECTRIC CARS TO THE CYPRESS LUMBER CO '
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Holly Fla.. were among the business timated loss of life: out ,into deep It was Mr. Oliver who first ex- of demonstrating my abilityof ., .i! :
visitors in the city yesterday The Morning News is glad where she had pressed the conviction that the canal so, doing. I have all the work on APALACHICOLA FLA. l.j i
Miss Adele Chaffee left last nightfor able to give Its readers a they gave could best be built by private contract hand at the present time that I can BARRANCAS DEC. I N{
summary of losses' caused which were This. was in Washington over well handle and do not need the job. manufacturers of L
where she will two
Mobile spend storm:to the Key. West towboats .in the two ;Tears ago and now that there It would really be a sacrifice for me "f .
necks with her sister, :Mrs. '
or more KI
has been decision reached the buildit
by
equipment: a to take the contract but if 1
A. M Lappington. So far. as the authorities tugs contracted government to let the work by contract which T can do after one national COMPANY PROPOSES TO HAVE Cypress ,Shingles. : i
Staff members of Naomi .Rebecca able 'to ascertain the total placed their it seems he, knew more aboutit government has failed and another 4j ,;
Lodge L O. O.. F.. are requested to of men 'drowned'is 139 which :: days, ago, dig than those who had it in charge.It ; has practically 'admItted its inabil THEM RUNNING CLEAR nZ4"Z18" iv:
meet at their hall tonight at'8 clock by,'half dan .was: at first with their pro I has been rumored frequently of ity to construct it, there would be %" x 6" z 18- t J
sharp' for practice. and which the a channel to late that Mr. Oliver would bid on the honor enough in the achievement to THROUH BY THAT 3
Walsh cated. ;t was 'success work If occasion were offered him, satisfy the ambition cr any man. Cypress Tanks of ill Descriptions. 1 :::,
which The, remains expected of Francis to arrive 'here ,Mr. 'Flagler's: loss .in and It.is I and many of the strongest newspapers ":My reasons' for, stating positivelythat DATE. Write: for Catalogue and Price List ,fl A" .
were barges, etc., and the ,damage receive for the of the south have advocatedhim I can build it; and more economically .1 :' ,
this will not reach they
morning work under -construction, : $COO.. I cs the! one man whose experience / than any one else are basedon last t : '\
until this afternoon prang (to delayed Just before leaving the city
trains. an.immense quantity of uninjured]) : and knowledge of tropical conditions my knowledge of how to handle night on a short business trip, Manager SCARRITT MORENO. ,I'V
was flooded will not : : to the best fitted him to constructthe labor to the best advantage, obtained Pensacola SAFES OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS. 'y f ; .; I IJ
W. of Esc mbta J. W. Leadley of the Agent for DUbold Safe and Lock "". !J
L Barber one 000. good condition big ditch In the shortest lengthof through nearly twenty years' practie: stated to Journal'' Ca ;
Electric Company a Canton. Ohio.
county's prosperous farmers residing The! losses at various time, and most efficient manner. al experience} in the south especiallythe that he contemplated Office! and Sal..roorn-lO E. Ggv. St. j li '
near Klondyke yesterday presentedThe the extension were' as follows Mr. Oliver Talks.In class of labor best qualified to do representative running ,to : .

sugar Journal cane raised with on several his place stalks there.of I -no one. day he speaking said: "I of can this build matter the Panama yester- the work all kinds successfully.of labot, lind'I I have find handled that- Barrancas having the by electric Dec. 1.cars This, will who be .W-...".".....................""..""......"."..""..........."".....""-"".........'."\JI e'tTr'y i ,"11 i t'
hundreds of people
The stalks are all large, one of them A FOOD CONVERT canal at less cost and in a shorter the southern negro is the one above good news to : .
measuring,eight feet longhavIng 19 :., smoke stacks period of time'than.any other manWOMEN'S all others on whom I could rely. I use that line and' to scores of others' "
joints and weighing seven pounds. Good Food the True' Road 'to. blown ,!'a, 'd:1-: .would take those classes of negroes who would service.use it if the electric' cars J i NewLightHouse : .
Mr Escambia ._ to the were in tl\Q
Barber thinks that ed out of shape. who are now a menace south
county will produce the best cane in I The 'pernicious habit some : (6,003) gal) .and not disturb any others. From A. M. Le FRANCOIS.
this section, and some of the best in still have of relying on' barges. -<. WOES./ 'the slums and low dives of the' south- VETERINARY, SURGEON I
the world and he is going to plant a drugs to relieve dyspepsia, Lower Meta, I ern cities I would round up those PHONE 497.
considerable acreage of it next year.There's the patent medicine: ) ; I : : n Rider and i who are the idle.and criminal classes ': ,;'
helps keep up the army of dys and are, Tight and I know, of nothing that :would : "
none just as good as Blue Indigestion:dyspepsia-is, I men lost PENSACOLA WOMEN ARE FINDING .tend more ,towards solving the great DO yOU DESIRE A, I : .
Ribbon Lemon and Vanilla. Abso- the of ,the south. It is this '"
by what is put into !:ta::ombe anj RELIEF.AT LAST. race problem
lutely pure go twice as far and the the way of Improper food, : : Cod; Maast'a! i i idle class that gives all the trouble ;
"Blue Ribbon Flavor" is perfection.;' that so taxes th 3;strength, of : : Ask for the 25c size. gestlve organs 'they are !. I forty,five (?, 'than a fair share of the aches and pains I south, and I believe that I could by
pled. that afflict humanity; they roust "keep !removing such negroe.. ana putting
I.-reached. uP." must attend to duties in spite honest l labor, serve the
When this state i Quart3rs Boat r them at
MARY FRANCES sort to stimulants Is like had about 130 I of constantly aching backs or headaches, : south as well as' the ,whole nation." "
[dizzy speSs, bearing down pains: ; they i Confidence cf ;,
a t'red horse with a big load. : picked up and Has Negroes. This bread is made by
I must stoop over when-lo stoop means further that he felt ComplexionAND
additional! effort he makes ; 23 til.ec Jto I Mr. Oliver said
LAM4R AT RESTThe lash increases- his loss 'of 'p.. : more are said 'torture. They must walk and bend! and confident of being able to obtain our new special pro- ? j JT" r:
4 w>rk with racking pains and many aches of this labor to construct the
enough
It retains its :
move the load. Havana: and cess. '
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Kidneys cause more all know
,from kidney ills. canal because the negroes
ing Try off helping'the heavy greasy stomach T'3s'Ncwn, pa :i suffering than any other organ of' the i that he would give them a "square A freshness longer than | l _: :..,Y
remains of :Mary Frances Lamar body. Keep the kidneys well and health I deal" which fact was evidenced by :
: It is
food and take, on Grape-Xu er::-all safe-on other bread. d'i
j maintained Read of a remedy thousands, of .them upon his payrolls any ;t
the twelve-year-old daughter of easily digested, full of str |!is easily I the ,
Mr and and !1 for kidneys only that helps and cures the I at all times. ,This view presents BLAUTIFULBRACELT i; .;.
Mrs. C. Wl Lamar were nerves and brain, in every : a pile r '
[ endorsed by people I of the 'canal in an f
kidneys and is you the construction
placed! at rest yesterday afternoon ,in8t it., There'5 no waste of time ( ) were driven ,know,, 'entirely new and unique light to the Home Made Bread
Some ,
is the damage '
John's ergv when Grape-Nuts of 402 West Inten- ,
cemetery, an exceptionally f Mrs. A. Cummings people of the south" and prominent
large number of friends of the family "I am an enthusiastic it user id ; but,none- to. the Idencia' street says"I want' to say thatDoan's II engineering and contracting authorities made in a bakery. The,
Nuts and consider
tong an : Kidney Pills which I purchasedat through this section state that "
tribute present to pay treir last sad i writes a Maine man. 1 a drug store Is a reliable remedy., :My I there Is 'a ,strong sentiment in favorof loaves are square and f >. :
of respect to the memory of ; "I had nervous dyspepsia shop .kidneys nave bothered me for: 'a great ushIngMr.: .. Oliver to the front '
!!, is labeled.
tt* bright all run down and food rooms lost. : loaf }
and winsome little girL my : many years. There was a tired feeling i for the purpose of doing the work. every' i ,
do me but little good. From raised. time and exertion .
The cortege left the family homeon about me all tie any I Try it. "tL
an adv. I tried.Grape-Nuts: :! false work for used me up entirelyMy back pained TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY '
the bay shore at 2:30 o'clock in after a few we k's steady in number-" me so at times-that I could not rise froma Take LAXATIVE BRO H' Quinine Tab 1 ,
the afternoon and the funeral services j chair without assistance. An old friendof lets. Druggists refund money if it fails I CAN HELP YOU TO BOTH
felt greatly Improved. i" mine recommended Doan's Kidney to cure. EX W. GROVE'S. signature Is on.
ere conducted an hour later at the "Am much stronger; not driven, Pills to me years ago as they had cured I each box. 25c.I -
Presbyterian church. iRev.\ Julian S. now and can do more work up. him of a serious kidney complaint. Ineglected Send ONE DOLLAR 1
box from time
a to .
Mey getting
officiated assisted by Rev. feeling so tired and am : on shore. time but. finally when I saw them advertised I Fotsiveaess."I PFEIFFER'SSTEAr1 : ,
Percival H. Whaley of Christ church. way. not heard tn the New Orleans l Item. I startedto \ can-forgive, but I cannot forget write name and address
From the church the cortege movedo "I relish Grape-Nuts use them and they proved to be a is only one way-of-saying, "I will not plainly. If ar 'dissatis-
1 have used some five you
| St. John's cemetery where the Columbia 'not splendid remedy. to belike ;
cream and use four heaping I5Ix boxes and.they have >rrected the forgive. A forgiveness ought ,
last sad rites were conducted. There fuls at 'a meal I am. sure- or kidney trouble, and the tired worn out canceled. note, torn In two and fled ,money refunded. BAKERYf }
Jcanv:! beautiful floral tributes were thousands,of persons' with dock and men feeling, which existed' all the time disappeared burned 'Up. so ,that It can never be t
back does not ache as it <,
presented and completely covered the trouble who would be' and my BANK REFERENCES.L. : .
formerly did. I have used them with shown against a man. There Is anugly ,'
newly made grave. using Grape-Nuts.! Name : the most satisfactory rwralts." world .
the
.. Th pallbearers were William ,H.oviles Postum Co, : Battle Creek, stone safe. For sale,byFosterMilburn all dealers. Price SO cent kind of forgiveness in Phone 365. :
'''' ; A. C. Blount Jr. K. "M. Read the little- book Tbe B > ., ,for, CO.the,.Unttj Buffalo State.New. Tort -a kind cf hedgehog forgiveness shot ., J. MOCKLEY -4

r."s> Steen'!- J, Simpson Reese, H.: J* Wellville- In p'kga.' .. 'Tiered, r j' Engineer sole Remember agents the name- -Doan'f-:-and take out like quin. 1133 BROADWAY. NEW YORK.
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n and John C. Avery. son. :I Long.Ke1 Viaduct no other.


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J i; THE PENS'ACOLA. :. JOURNAL eil..TV1IlIAY MORNtN 'OCTOBER 271908'j ;r- .
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i -- -- TS S"*" jEfw** Hair View, ** now made from oar .....

iJtjtnhta1fnat* lug out there of to'has the come flocks been to and the an the actual conclusion almost thinning total that WD ORKOF K STORM D.oes. /A/Of/% / J."+ color new improved the hair eren formula to the, does slightest not stain degree.or :National{ 1 Biscuit'Company's

extinction of some species and that ._ '"- >< ,.> 'Gray ijji,, white hair,'blonde hair is not

unless.the birds.are given some protection nude a shade darker,.But It certainly' does < CakesWe
the time will come, and that ,I i No question about that
at no distant date, when wild ducks R.: a. ,.r'ItOPlaIIiftlhalr. .r. t-n: "-. have
0or\ \ a
SUNDAY. and, geece as well as some others' of IN MOBiLE very complete
WEEKLY:
DAILYi v
thq migratory ,birds will be extreme- & line of) these cakes
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PUBLISHED. EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY i 11"Annually scarce these migratory birdscome .. and wafers, our sales be

...Sy... southward to escape the rigors ing'so;rapid that there is
of the winter in the regions about
THE JOURNAL COMPANY.,:' i Hudson[ Bay Newfoundland, and !AI l. : never. any difficulty in
other northern districts. In the mi- I' IAJLROADMEN'ATTENTION keeping our stock
perfeetly' -
G.- ir gration southward the flocks stop on
\ FRANK L MAYES, President and Manager the way in] many'places to feed and ,' fresh. The crispness -

rest and at every point the sports- Big Job to Float Vessels I of a cracker
men and professional hunters wagea .. you
PRESS.
ASSOCIATED '
: .: MEMBER THE i ceaseless warfare on the leathered Hard ; know, ,is half its goodness -
That Now I'
travelers with the result that slowly, Are I If.
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"- SUBUCRIPTION RATES.Oae but surely; the 'birds are being enter .I.

Year ..-.. ._?.....$5 00 One Month,,, .. .. .. .. ,45 minated., In Chesapeake Bay and ,Aground.The 11i
;% 'Six Months... ,.? .. .. 2 60 One Week. .. .. ., .. 10 along the lakes and rivers southward
Three Month*.. .. .. ..1 26 Weekly Utica, per year$1'ro to the Gulf the same relentless .. : ,
process of extermination is going on -' Sol Cahn & Co
Mobile Herald says: -i't. :
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notable
a scarcity already Notwithstanding much has been ac- 'i .
i n.. Only PMts co/a Mewspapei' Fiws Mfbfcfi a 0. Statement Can B. Secured haunts of the ducks and geese.It others .
sunken 'vessels and floating
SsotlnrwtCsnMrPalafoi
is not so many years since the the hunt handling excellent.line. f r sad InUaiwo
an
/ wild birds annually; appeared in this I that cane were of September stranded 27 during there are still ,-.. We are now ; PhonesOpera Il

.. P.Pat'So" Sale en Trains. part of- the world in countless thousands eight or ten of the largest vessels Gloves Overalls Shirts, 8
{ .. as Wherever there of
Ph.Ia.III. I I : was water a be'dug out of their cradles of mud or ,.
11..0ftI0I11OO( and} stall New Stands. little solitude and fair feeding the sando and many; thousands of dollars :
birds> appeared in numbers so thatit will be expended in accomplishing Caps Underwear and Shoes all 2 =
seemed if ,
y as no amount of hunting he gigantic task.
t Offices Journal B.II4II.go. Intendenela and D.l..... Sts. could exterminate them In recent Between One Mile creek and Two House

;years however there has been a Mile creek, a, distance of two and a Union Made, and especiallyadapted :/ :
growing scarcity, and although ducks half miles the most interesting scene
PENSACOLA. FLORIDA, SATURDAY MORNDfQ'OCTOBER 27, 1905. and other water fowl are still to be I along the entire river front ia to be to Railroad Men's use. SATURDAY, OCT. 27th.:
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had they are mUl'.h.ha.rdAI'. tn AI'P.D1'A'thu and
view for there five of the largest .. '
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: i\( Capetown to Buenos Ayres way jorf. as 'other railroad passen.geN' there.was is real formerly ground, theeueanI for fearing; thai ly nest;[ _embedded calling vessels In mud in port and are shallow deep- We extend all a special inv MATINEE AND NIGHT.

do this valuable food is you
s and let the railroads pay supply; being water.
I 11n. a Pullman Car. cash for their advertising space Just steadily exterminated.Just The splendid fun-rigged Italian ship COUNTESSDLGft
One of the greatest undertakings .a* other, advertisers do. It is a simple how to protect ,the wild fowls Trojan is well up in the marsh near tation to call in and let us_show. ;,you.' '
of modern times the tunneling of I a difficult problem. There is, of: Three Mile creek bridge. She I* a .
business proposition and. in our course, a closed, season by; law, butS 1,515! tons all fresh stock k. VON HATZFELDT
Bebring( strait and the coostraotionof t opinion the general result will be the birds do not breed in this large vessel registering These goods, are :

of a railroad across bleak Siberia to neighborhood the Dredging
much better than underthe old-time closed season here .And Her Big Con paey of Fifty
,connect with the, TtwuHStbertan Ball. arrangement. does little good as long as the indiscriminate channel with her powerful suction Yours fo business la the Musical Glrllcal Comedy Succeu
I:' ".,-. with, a line at this end connect I and wasteful shooting is pumps to deep water, and will soon f ;: ,
: ing the great transcontinental sys- Uncle Joe Cannon, says; the only permitted to go on during the whole have the big ship afloat.A # THE LITTLE
tuna with the Alaskan end of tfcetomel. thing the matter with the country is period that the birds spend In this short distance"south of the Tro-
"to dmuch Uncle part of the country. The subject is is the Russian ship Triton, .
prosperity. jan big
has beaD Itched with the one which lovers of real sport and< registering 1,446 tens. She will haveto Parker & Beese Co."EVERYTHING
A2&sk& tberiauI Joe and his bunch of tariff tinkersare economists I Watson DUCHESSTHE
:i incorporation of the who desire to protect i a be dug out |
for it at
hardly responsible! any valuable food .
supply, should
Hallway Company."nt11: ft, capital ot ; carefully A quarter of s mile south of the ,
I $8,000.000. the state of New Jersey. rate. ; study; with a view to doing some Triton is the big four-masted schooner GREAT LAUGHING AND
thing to protect the wild fowl and Pendleton Brothers one: of the TO .' BEAUTY SHOW.
FTae of this Kne has long
building Thai Kind of Sympathy: give them at least reasonable chanceof largest schooners that has ever, beento "
I !been the dream of the:world's greatest protection from total extinction. this port Her net tonnage Is S50. WEAR"Z
that is Needed.The .
railroad builder .and its construction
........111..11..1.1. She went ashore stern foremost And Price*-Matlnew, 50 and 75 centa.MONDAY .
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'I" ia but a link in the chain of railways Miami Metropolis Justly takes is lying easy in two feet of water. Night, 25c to $1.50.

f that TrfU erentoallr make H exception to a cartoon recently pub- NEWS AND VrEWS \. Her bow is not far from deep water
facilities it will not
with
t possible to almWt encircle the globe lished in The Jacksonville Metropolis FROM STATE PAPERS. .. and proper OCTOBER
be t hard to float her. 29.
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:- la a Pullman CIM:. 'which misrepresents conditions 4 Close to the Pendleton Biothers Hardware and Paint
........... Builders
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t. That a line of xaiteaywill be even- both in Miami and Pensacola. and I..llladnformatlon lies the Italian ship Corricre. She ,

1- tnally oonstraeted connecting, the In' calling the' Jacksonville paper to Wanted. was driven over a big timber boom, MATINEE AND NIGHT.
-'United: 'States:with Buenos Ayres and account has the following to any: By; saying; that the next congress blocking down the stout fender pilesas We desire the especial attention of contractors, to

.F Montevideo then SB hardly A question, The Jacksonville Metropolis of win be Roosevelt supporting does aground if they; stern were straws foremost.and went She is hard a :our ,superior! line of hardware and paints., We buy SHEPARD'SMOVING

and already; 'ajllne, i* practically completed Monday% does ?'Miami and :Pensacola a Mr. Qrosvenor mean that it will makea beautiful vessel of 1,575 tons net 'our stock in,such large quantities that our prices

: from,Cape Town to the Mediterranean great injustice and injury; by; disPI3.1'I. larger appropriation for the Presi- Nothing has ;yet been done towards : PICTURESand
t.. sea. ''With the completion ing on its front page a dent's traveling expenses' Jackson. Coating her. 'mean money in your pocket.
I titled "Sympathy. It represents vUle TimesUnion.New Two hundred yards south ot the ,
? of these: lines it irW be possible for Y ti
Florida as a giant woman with two Cornere Is the Norwegian bark Emma
.a person to travel by; rail from crouching weeping women, one Pea York. War News. .. Illustrated Songs
\i' Cfcpe Town to New Tort .or to aacola eel one Miami, by her side. The. New York papers 'are_lively_ The two-masted schooner Olive, Inders.Mill Company, ,
Surrounding them is a mass of res.dm g i n at 'now. I t r eminds UUts of ..... .U by
r.5 ;the pr1D clpal'cliieS of Sooth America, the It 1.5< ions netlies a sour T ,.".*. 717. 21 fast Garden,Sfmf.
war "an-
cad it is only; a Question of time until wreckage boats bricks lumber' eta other papers.! killed-wounded-was then west: of the Corriere and Is entirelyout 'I. Mr. Joe Waters.
engagement
Through the sky: lightning is darting
of the Water, being only a snort
i the most remote sections of the "another
and the whole scene made a pictureof auto distance from'the track of the Louisville -
nose Empire even Thibet-wiH be accessible wreck and rain. The cartoon was ride; killed wounded-missing the t &; Nashville railroad. ,.
'ti, by raIL anything bat timely; and appropriate. rich autoist and killing his chauffer." The yacht Mineola, which was Prices-15, 25,35 and 50 cents. Matinee
f.-' Miami- does no{ need sympathy; If the common people will arm themselves stranded right across the track of the J. F. DAVIS JEWELER Price*-25 and 35c| children 15c.
The Memphis GotnmerdalAppeal she needs conga 'hzlations. She escaped + with a few Russian bombs and< Louisville &; Nashville railroad JL half ,

gt:, voiced an extremely popular sentiment the storm,with a property; damage tOss among that class of autoists they mile south bf, Three Mile creek Now In. :Seats tale at Co,', book store today
when it said: "DoWle has I of not more than $50,000 and but will stop ,some of their promiscuous bridge is lying by the side of the New Brent Building 23' 8. Palafox St at noon.on

r asked for divine guidance, and has one death-a negro reported to have 'reckless difvlng.\ -IMQton Index track. She came near being destroy.;
died from injuries received by a fly; ed by fire a few days ago, when the !
V been instructed to go off and raise ing piece of timber. Practically; everysign The Integrity of Cuba. marsh caught fire. By hard work the- Tuesday Night Oct. 30
[ $1.000,000. We would like to,cousuii and scar left by the storm has The marines supporting: the as- grass close around her was cut away Post Card Albums ,
divine gUIdance on a proposition oft been obliterated and Miami to-day; is sumption of American authority over and the ;yacht escaped with a slight
as good substantial and Cuba are already coming home as THE MOST DISCUSSED PLAY IN
t: that, kind oursell"Commissioner's progressive scorching only.;
as ever. unnecessary. The universal acceptance The tug Mary Wittlch which went NEW YORK.
What of the situation by the Cuban 'Largest selection of the latest design =.4t 'all prices.
f Ruling we need is more people; pec ashore on the west shore of the bay;
pie of the kind who will go to work 'people anhas very much simplified mat Is in the south slip at the Southern Assortment containing many _different designs.Cloe' .i ,THE GIRLPA
1 Is Correct. with brain and brawn and build up ten, is believed that the solitary road's new dock undergoing repairs.

f Jourosfts Associated Press reports this greatest of all Florida section; instance in which disorder Is The cabin of this splendid tug was '
The : noted that There is room for thousands of them. omewhat prolonged will vanish. The torn almost entirely off by the waves. ::BO :>>K. More'.
} of yesteeday; : the fact They will find a welcome among the gratifying condition in Cuba is due In the lower bay the work'of float TSY
l' Ore interstate conrmeroe comsnisaton prosperous, healthy and contented I to the steady adherence at WJasblng ins the big British steamer Doris- New Brent Bulling. Phone 235.. .
!" had ruled that under tile new law' people 'who are doing better and i ton to the announced purpose to sin brook is progressing favorably. Tne By J. Maadin Teige.
'f:' railroad transportation can no longer have more heM than they; ever had ply insure order in the island under work is being done by; a dredging Author.of Texas." "A Paris Model" Eta.

} 'Abe given to newspapers jn exchange ? before. This is the kind of sympathy; ; the direction of the authorities of the company from Galveston. The Doris-
we need. republic of Cuba until such a time as brook Is' ashore on Dauphin Island Ten.weeks at the Savoy Theatre, KeY
1.,. ;for adverttetag space. In answer to We appreciate thespirit in which a new election can be held with fair with a full cargo of lumber and tim- H. G. DeSILVA & COMPANY Tork. '- _

{.. a protest from the Massachusetts the Jacksonville Metropolis offered ness to all parties. btr. .. -, '
:. Press Association. .Chairman Knapp its cartoon. Ithad thought with The Times has never Joined in carping J Elaborate scenic effects. '

t of thejsnuaiasionj; sa ya in"pazt:after others ,throughout the world. -thanks at the administration, nor discredited FRESH SHRIMP AT Endorsed by.Press and Pulpit
to garbled and 'faked dispatchesthat its motives Because it Is Are and take "T1: Girl Patsy" Is a comedy drams
shoving the section of the law which ROTH'S. PHONE 154.A running can orders
we were upon sufferance homeless republican in politics does not Justify JOE again not a. nasical 'comedy: of burlesque.
.prohibits the issuance of free transEx and ibodiess and objects of charity either assault for doing its duty nor
portatlon or transportation paid for'Pau ; upon the country. But the car Impeachment of Its Intentions. It 18 latest Box. for special work. Our stock of, l.lumber is Prices 25, 50,75 and $1.00.BOOKS.

*'. '!m.any other way than fa cash: toon was untimely and does Miami no political endorsement of it to have This meant considerable: tan for the
.c;. "- are of coarse, Aware that and this portion,of Florida a gross: faith tn its being honest and American boys and girls who try It sufficient to fill all orders sent us*

.all tariffs filed In.complteiwe! with the injustice. The Metropolis which i Is In its particular thoagh utterly Make a box out of cardboard or,thick
1:regulating statute name rates on the friendly' to the East Coast and all wrong In most of its domestic pot paper as nearly; a perfect cube la shape

J donors aod cents baela and do not Florida__will do_the right! thing by'Un"UU5' ,else and measures. as posrtble, say three lashes in measurement. Phone JJ '
,In any case provide that transportaitlon -'' its error ana setting us Tampa has a special interest in oe .
right before the world. Cuban Question and the relations be-
can be paM for with property.
Next lay a dime or quarter on one
tween this country and the Islam,
d" fit seems plain to the commission tat The decision of the Panama Canal side of It and trace the outline with
t. ] fact stated permits for Commission to' award the contractfor feel alarm and indignation if there lead pencfl. Then cut out a hole along Of th--.othen; they were the "first sell
;f ;the services hitetBtate carriers payment only inmoney. digging'the Panama Canal to one were evidence that President Roosevelt the Ime. ..................................... ............... ers"chances one In to buying five years a. book a.O.that You has take been so

; firm or, corporation Is a good one, and should endeavor. to bring the is- Then light a war taper or candle and ,,!. a "first seHer."
land into the domain of this country. hold It under the hole so that the smoke Choir and to HoU.
I A; contrary rate would sanction gigantic as the task will be, there ; Beautiful of : Invisible. To Have
unequal compensation: by different ,We have not feared that he had such win fin the box. Examples Modern Castle Cranejcrow The Pillar of LightRed -
several
are concerns in the United Keggen Lightning Conductorlr
,-,; .persons and involve ordinarily some States who .: an Idea and have believed that :It Now,if you bold the box ia one Band _an, When Knighthood Was In Flower.
I 'degree of discrimination in favor of possess sufficient capital there were other people who held :it .bole uppermost, and tap the. bottom. In Sea Wolf. Alice oj Old Vtacennes, Criers! ,
li-' :those permitted to exchange their and who have the necessary; organization that he would stand between the United you can cause tiny but perfect and Styles Furniture In Chicago the Bishop's Princess.Carriage Calumet Little K. The Minister Pit,

k:: .commodities for the transportation to carry the worK to success- 'I. States and the disgrace such an beautiful rings,of smoke to shoot out The Voice of the People, eta
i-: 'they desire or secure. It ,is the aim ful completion. The plan of Jetting action would undnbitably confer uponus Into the air. Price 75 cents. la first-class biAd lP,
of the law to prevent every sort of the work is also good and will prevent as a nation. If there is any; one. Some boys hare succeeded in makinga : For every room in the house- can be seen on the and illustrated.

if,
'3 This ruing of the commission in will be awarded upon the percentageplan. of Cuba and the governments of moke. down. Our collection embraces not only ,a wonderful HARRY T. HOWLAND,

r ,no way; Interferes with or abridges A board of five engineers is I to the world, it is the independence and See how many you can produce. of
: variety medium-priced goods, but"many of the Manager De Luna Book Store
Times.
Cuba
: the rights of private contmots. News- make an estimate of cost. Three of Integrity of Tampa -
"Ii want Do the 0.0. Welda'r richest pieces that have been produced this De Luna 8t.. Phone 191-
advertising
jjapera and their space I the five to be annotated by the government : Home-eeeker Comln r season. '

species may: be of freely property exchanged upon such for termsas any; and-two b.theand contractor,! Quite a number of;prospectors and never There fails is an to mystify old catch half Question the people that Bedroom suits from $20 to $150; parlor suits to,

;, ; may be acceptable to the parties' the contractor will name the per'' home-seekers are already: beginning who hear K. ,Perhaps it may be knownto $75 and $100; chairs from 75 cents to $4.50; mattings : Just Received.

tto the transaction. but the facilities centage above the ,estimate at which': to arrive in this county.; CbL board F. G.of many of our boys and girls. To 25 30 and 35 cents laid free. : 'Imported Macaroni Sweet OH Cheeses
of the
Alderman, secretary Mackerel. Ood
the'public carrier are not private he will undertake to do anuaement Dill Pickles Saner Kraut.
r ; the work. The, that be Is receiving others it may: give some t Fish Onions. Tit
trade reports Pip Feet. Spanish
&:: (property nor are they the subject of successful bidder will 'use the government's .', numerous inquiries about the town Here Is the form in which it is usually Bread. French Navy Bread. ItterythtaS

Ith.rcatue\ and sale like merchandise. 'plant.News and county; from people from all put: ,If a goose weighs ten pounds and .BUYNOWPAY'LATER. fresh and n...
have property
1 I 'TTie right to travel or Witch Hue $1.00 per rsAm.
; parts of the north and west. The half its own weight, bow much does
i carried by rail like the right to the from Marine Grocery Company.V. .
[ Wyoming indicates
highway is not a contract committee on a "discriptive pamphlet" It weigh? The" unwary are likely to1.DIW'e1' :
common that Uncle Sam will have .f. VIDAL Manager.
soon the time. Tropical
is losing whereas the
1 right but a political right, the very: fifteen pounds ,
essence of which is equality.; Job of making a few hundred more Breeze. _' right answer is twenty pounds for if

f Conceding that the advertising ar- Indians: '"good." Should be Disapproved.The it weighs tea pounds plus half Its own MARSTON_ & QUINA,. : : CLOTHESCLEANED

!:; aimgemeats in question are ordinarily i...JII..II..II..II... constant effort on the part ofa weight ten pounds must be the other : AND PRESSED.

made and carried out 1ft 'good these faith.- ,. .. few persons to keep raw the sores half,of its weight ; ; 10MK3SPlfoxSt Phone 149.. Peauco, Plsu .. To haTe your fan and winter cloth
!t seems plain to me that are .* PROTECTION FOR of forty years ago should meet with cleaned pressed and repaIred. and puts wedo
Tangementa most as a practical matter good cadtbn send them to us.
; THE stern disapproval. The present gen O.aa.dtrs. ltmtmtMtttttttttttttttttftttttMttt guarantee
of discrimination WATER FOWL. .MMMMss4If everything in that line and .
mvotve some measures B eration has problems of Its, own- Why does a dressmaker nesTer lose cur work. Ladies' work speciaity Gen.tlemea's
: and it is not easy for me tot New Orleans Picayune; problems which can best be solved her hoots? Because she has aa eye oft I membership rates. 11.00 delivered P".
) eee how an honest newspaper can seriously bitter month AH work called for and
tL without the bias engendered by -
each of them.
object to a ruHng of the cemndealon .1. .II' memories-and writers and speakers between like The tell Phone It71 CLUB,
'' PRESSING
which appears ,to be in bvtoug h IIIII'I''I and What Is tbe difference an you Journal, your 'neighboi ESCAMBIA
themes more helpful STREET.
find E. INTENDENCIA
can ? Nine cents. 9
and old dime aDd a new
accord with the provisions penny MANAGER.
There has been .a notable scarcity more pertinent than the sorrows, sufferings WALTER MOULTON.
stat-
the purposes of the regulating Of. dUCkS and Other. migratory wfl and TmnrfHatlons of 'recoi-
- rte." fowl in haunts that were former! strnction thnes.: -ganta Rosa Star.
tr '!Thus it seems to The Journal, Is Infested by; these birds in this part ,

good reasoning and a logical common of the country. For a ,time this absence The "O.od o.e;
cease interpretation of the law andire of the ducks ana geese from There Is but one good wife la this T1 t

fail, to see where any' reasonable their former. feeding, grounds was atributed .. town" said a clergyman in the coarse Plantation Sarsaparilla.oniySQIfousd;
to the activity of the hunters of his sermon the congregation looked
newspaper man can have any; ground ,which was supposed to have "and married man
expectant every
,7 complaint at the commission's ruling.
for- driven, the flocks to more Inaccessible "
minis
her added the
thinks he's ,
got
'
places,'but people who have given the ,-
; ,Jjet newspaper people pay; ,their matter careful attention are besinn ter. ,,to wn $1.00 preparation'011'tiltS. marker.1 .-

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CONSUMpTION
ElMlflL WilLBEGREATESJ .>.Y, v .. $ !

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1 } 'T
Henke,- known as < ,< Ar

the handsomest woman

in Milwaukee,states thatafterphysicianshadfailed -


EVERHELDImmense '-. $ fLI

to give her any permanent -

relief from that dread ifeSvs

disease consumption, she Sums Spent For 3gg $

V tried Duffy's ,Pure. Halt \'' f *z / .
Jacksonville's Big Amu-
Whiskey and has been
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cured. sement Week. I'
z; entirely
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Mrs. Henke thankfully writes: Jt t
Special, to'The JournaL

with"For lung six'years trouble I which have been kept grow-ailing Annual Jacksonville Carnival, Oct which 26.The Will be Third held S %1/y / / tcts < erty! 1 .,':'. "..

ing until case became serious -
worse my
In this city on November 5-10 inclusive
-
I employed four different local a. 1 +
; ,. will be the most extensive Ads pleasaitlyiActs t
each 'fair
Y. physicians giving a' trial
amusement week over planned In the
but with little success. During )
very southern states. 1 Beneficially l *
7t"V this period I was troubled with dizziness : I .
The carnival: was inaugurated three .
.
S a ti';. ;rt i cold} ,.sweats cold hands and years ago by. ,prominent, newspapermen cts 'truly&s a Laxative 1 ; Lj.

cold feet, coughing chills and hemorrhages of the city.lor the purpose of attracting :. ,
.. -:;: ty yT-'I: /
which indicated of
clearly con- visitors to Jacksonville, and Syrup Figs appeals to the cultured and the
.sumption. My physicians suggested has been one of the phenonmenal p= ; 'weU-lnformed and to the healthy, because its

fr.0- .:.Z;. .that I move to a different climate successes in that n e'of enterprise.It / J7-\; component parts are simple and wholesome t

_.:: a tried several: widely advertised medicines has become as distinctive as the '-.. and because it. acts' : without disturbing the l h:

but with no good results, then Cincinnati Fall Festival or the Pitta- k natural functions, as it is wholly free from

4 I tried Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey. burg Exposition and this year it will -2 ;,., every objectionable quality or substance. ,In'
After using one bottle my condition without question equal if not eclipse .-: :' the process of manufacturing figs are used, as

began to improve. I continued to either of the two events named. they are pleasant. to the taste, but the medic

use this remedy for two years and am The carnival association when it : oal virtues of Syrup,of Ffgs are obtained from

now in excellent condition. I usedto began to plan, for this year's event i: ;} an excellent combination of plants known to _

be so weak that I could hardly some six months ago, conceived the i' a: .- i .medicinally laxative and to"act most bene- 3I

uia. ABM uzjkU stand up. I am now able to do all idea of putting on a hippodrome .. ;, r ficially. To get its beneficial effects-bay

my household work, including washing. This letter is given of my own free will and that it may, if desirable fashioned after the famous Hippodrome : r I the genuine-manufactured by the y

be used publicly that other sufferers may learn,of my wonderful cure. I am a lifelong resident'. of Milwaukee, of New York City and negotiations

and the mother of five children.-MRS. ANNA HENKE, Milwaukee, Wis., April 12, '06.Duffy's were. immediately begun
looking to bringing ,a large part of
the New York acts to Jacksonville. itth SYIftv
Pure Malt
WhiskeyIf

These progress'negotiations.for,,several months have been and are In :, ) ? Q

you wish to keep strong and vigorous and have on your cheeks the now completed whereby not less b11 CISCo1 .
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glow of perfect health.take,Duffyjs Pure Malt Whiskey regularly, according .4
to directions and take no otha"medicine. It is dangerous to fill your j. in the world will be'seen in the Jor tab fey aO.leatoj Dng&tU,la odtJnal packa M .niy.? feeadac tee tan
system with drugs; 'the y?' poison the body and depress the heart south only at the carnival this year BUM o f tee Camptsj-t

while Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey tones and strengthens the heart y 3 A Big Attraction. -. +

action and purifies the entire system. It Is the only whiskey recog0 "The'one feature of the Jacksonville ;i. ,3 It}, fl j
nized as a medicine, and:contains no.fusel oil. This ,is a guarantee. amusement week will cost' between! this country. And in all of that vast i I' <
Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey has stood severe tests for fifty years and E .$15,000 and $20,000 and it. is safe to number of special attractions thereis WILL OPEN NEWRESTAURANT SOME ATTRACTIVE ,' ,I}
say that it will attract visitors, not not more than one electric show,
has always been found absolutely pure and to contain ,great ,medicinal only from an parts of the state. but all of the others being' shows of high. BOOK ADVERTISING f[ J" 'l
properties. class action employing from six to ,
CAUTION.-.When you ask your druggist or grocer for Duffy's Malt Whiskey be sure you get the genuine. It's the one Absolutely pure states.. The :hippodrome will be :merit Among these various attrac- > ,t'
medicinal whiskey and is sold only in sealed bottles; never in bulk. Look shown in the carnival arena, an Immense tions are such well known exhibi-- 1. U the 'well. DeLUNA STREET BOOK STORE IS
Htaghey known local
for the trademark, the "Old Chemist." on the label, and make sure the A platform 168* by 100 feet, on .tions as Ferrari's Wild Animal Show; manager of the Crescent News Co. ATTRACTING A GREAT DEAL f-
seal over the cork is unbroken. Price $1.00. Medical booklet and doctor's Buckskin Ben's. Wild West Show; OF
which there win be two has leased the Palafox' street ATTENTION
equestrian place -j
advice free. Duffy Malt Whiskey Co., Rochester, N. Y. i Mysteries of the Orient with its
.. 'f. ..nd'various now occupied by Hooton & Watson
rings, a.stagj r. other: con. camels and dancing girls; Filipino ; ,
Some of the most atractlve adver
and win on Jan. 1
COLORING, DISTRIBUTER.AMUSEMENTS structions, especially built for the Islands Midgets, direct from the Philippine Hooton Sn Watson move, or into as their soon new as tiling that The Journal has contained IIa ti'
of
purpose. In the hippodrome_. acts, Live For; Village Chase; Sorcho's Apache Celebrated Indians Quarters in the Brent building open a good while Is that which it ...as i I
th ere are more than a .Dore UL horses ,first-class short order restaurant been carrying for the DeLoaa Street i
a ,
pensacol'ans with whom she has beena I I a large number of -Deep-Sea Divers; Diving Children; (Book R r.
f performing animals there. I Store....Harry T. Howland. man- t ,
visit"Sargeant Vaudeville Shows Educated Horse,
since her first ; ?
favorite ever and various artists imported agen jH
'Mr. Hughey has had a great deal,
and several others
of of equal merit.
Kitty" requires, a lot from the. leading,amusement organ- Such of successful experience IB catering to This new concern has attracted a -i-h
.elegant) ,costumes} and all of them are izations of thts-country and Europe.All sho'trB"has an aggregation''of before been midway the public's tastes and his new en- great deal of attention recently due
"appaientlfr new and sparkling.-There of these'acts have been 'engaged never brought terprise win no doubt be a' paying unquestionably! to the good advertis1 1 '
I together under in
is plenty'of" comedy In the play for the carnival.. association by theassoclation.s one management lug which It has been doing, and it It
wholesome enough to keep New York the southern states, with the possible *
which is booking now enjoys a fine patronage n la *.,
any audience. : roaring. agent and will'.be brought Jack ,exception in 1903. of.the Atlanta Exposition !TEMPERATUREOF I the only exclusive book store In the i.
.
Little Duchess. sonville on a special ship of the Clyde city and It Is located on the neatest
The Cost Haif Mil ion.
1tNN.\o, N One of the most promising eventsof Steamship Company, which' will, sail The entire shows a the Jackson. DEGREES and most unique street In the city. { ,
.theatrical season will from New York on the 27 of, (Octo or These things have been brought out fcJ
the villa
present. Carnival.
to-night of--A. u1Held's ber.u II" including rue Hippodrome The maximum temperature at Pen- prominently in well written and at- f> *' ils .
be the successful appearance musicial comedy, The Midway. or "Wonderway" as and In'cost the Wonderway acts aggregate -sacola yesterday was, (8 degrees at .tractive advertising n The Journal. ?' z+ } '
Little Duchess" with Countess it is kndWn fat Jacksonville this lars over a million dol '11:20 a. m, and the minimum &2 de- .and it has been demostrated that a is 1, 1': '
"Tne and to Jacksonville
they brought
Hatzfeldt the clever little year, will contain not less than at are that would gress at 6 a. m. Last year on the business dod not necessarily have i
Olga comedienne von and a cast of selected twenty-five of the very best tented tound the aa expense who is.not as- same date the maximum temperaturewas to be located on 1-alafoz street to
layman
and a stage- attractions that can be secured ,inMAXIM'S average 64 degrees and the minimum, 6$ be successful if the ncht means are
and ,comedians familiar with the excessive cost ofhighciazs r
singers; ,
,
i full Ui._. chaiwin gh1s* attractions.The degrees. ned to push it to the front. 1 ,,1 ;

t, As to scenic}splendor and gorgeous. MAXIM. Jacksonville Carnival win be I ; '
costnmings, this offering needs little. held, as stated, during the week' beginning '
I introduction after the record breaking MccJest Conviction Claims Than Often Loud Carry Boasts.TV More. November 5th and the first t : !i;
it had at the New York will +
run performance be given on Mon-
hen Maxim, tie famous
inventor,
Casino, where its lavish mountingand day afternoon November 5th, at Hon. Jake Moore
"
p'aced his gun before a committee of i" ;. ri
: I sartorial beauty was the sensa- three o'clock; and the gates of the ;
This is the J!":;('S. he stated Its carrying power .
tion of several seasons. carnival will close at midnight on : ;
u be considerably below what he ,
second season of Coantess I : von Hatz ft,1' sure the gun wou11"accomnl1sh.. the following Saturday. The formal 1' : .
feldt's starring tour in "The Little: of the carnival will be
opening Mon

$ Duchess from," and other from cities all, this reports attraction received The a triunvh result of of Uiu surprise trial was instead therefore of day Broward night will, at read which a telegram time Govenor from Suffered Twenty Years With Indigestion. jilif'j t t

will be one of the most pleasing ppolntment as it might have been the president, of the 'United States i i
to oe seen here this year Comedy: if he had. overestimated his guns''ef1Icdency. authorizing the gates of the great Cured by Kodol- Dyspepsia Cure I t't; t : .
is claimed as one of the salient features amusement event to be formally ;
of the performance, there being i aar-claim regarding Newbro's Her opened to the public. The governor t:
picide is based on actual scientific
seven distinct and original laugh-pro- will also deliver an address on this :
ducing characters in the play. each: tics. most auspicious occasion. .;.-
one cast with a comedian of special If a living'genn Is causing your During 'the' week there will be various ,OFFICE OP '"; j' |
adaptability to its peculiarities.The baiT to fall out, its, the most sensible specialfeatures, each as HorseShow q

{ftKE FENCING' GIRLS, WITH "THE LITTLE DUCHESS" TONIGHT. 'The Little main Duchess"portion of is the by music Reginald In thing IVwb'-o's to, kill Herpidde that germ. does this champions, wrestling of the world match, and between othersof Clje prison Commission of Georgia ifQOODUOSTANCT. J : ; ;

quickly and effectually. the
de Koven with many ,interpolationsfrom Destroy equal attractiveness.One .
the popular songwriters. Amongthe cause you remove ;Jie effect of the big features that will Jos.S.TURNER TOil DSO WD CT L nos. l..; )
Last Night's Play. year's. The tuneful airs w&ich had irmea'
For sale by W. A. D'Alerabrte, Ce a .
in the
,artists most prominent per be seen nightly at the carnival
Miss Helen Byron supported by a poular. during the ,
grown past year and .
druggist apothecar/ So thI'a1uex k' .
sonnel with Countess von Hatzfeldl grounds: will 'be the great fireworks AC,MOORS. '. ;
strong company, appeared according sounded even sweeter and brighter .
Eu- street or send lOc in !""tamlosfOI" MGnIuf. irate Wards 'I
are Robert Lott Irving Brooks display, manufacured especially for
jjo schedule and presented for the than they did ,on their previous rendition F. Moore, sample, to. The Herpicid Co., Do- I Pi fa, j'
George
gene O'Brien the Jacksonville Carnival by the 0. '
!
*cond time in this city "Sareanttty. here. trt'it Mich. } !
Madeline Cook Kittle a
." Harry Carter NordlingerCharltonFireworks Company -
Miss Helen Byron is prettier' thana
Duebol, Violet von Nickols,' Ernest of New York, This display!I I. ATLJUTTI August 10, 1904 ,-! "
The house was filled and the generous picture, and her voice is sweeter I I ,. '.. '
Fisher, Howard Cook end a host"of II shows other various ;
applause was sufficient to and prettier than she is. Every solo I J among pyrotechnic k C. DsWrrT & Co.. Chicago, IlL .
\\Pv4z any company.' The general had to be repeated a number of others, forming an ensemble of. fifty I 1 exhibitions, a grove of Florida Dear Sirs:-"I have suffered more. than twenty years from Indigestion. '\ '' I
people. "The Best Is What We Sell"A palms 500 feet in the air, containing -
pinion In fact, was that the presen times, and Miss Byron put in a good t
talon Pictures. | thousands of the familiar treesa About eighteen months ago I had grown so much worse that '
was even better than last night's work of it to satisfy the many Shepard's Moving
Archie L.. Shepar* will give* one of cover canopy several of tropical:acres flowers of ground that wit ant I could not digest a crust.of com bread and could not retain anything .- ; ;
nil i entertainments' ,
xii"n
I Monday ua evening. NEW 'LINE OFPRESERVES i scores of other special ex':i1bitI'o en my stomach. My heart would beat so fast I could_ not 'slain, at ;

i I "11 i4v performance is to prepared instruct particularly a Florida audience.to amuse ant times I would almost draw double with pain In the pit of my stomach .- ,

eu more,....L-nuucji adapted. to tot high polite grade company Defined The hotels and boarding houses of I lost twenty-five pounds: In fact I made up my mind that 1 could not ; .

than "this. The unusual wonders of Jacksonville are preparing to entertain live but a short time, When a friend of mine recommended Kodol ....
not less than 50000 visitors. and :
the world in every walk and stratumof the indications are that this number Dyspepsia Cure. 'I consented! to try it to please him and I was better in : 'f
society, from whIch been culled : -
Avoid alum had
and alum phosphatebakingpowders.The- the interesting the marvelous. the Just received and they are all will ample probably accommoda.tlons'can be exceeded although be one day. I now weigh more than I ever did in my life and ara In.better tp." t:

dramatic in all its phases the' beautiful good ones, too. They run In prices for alL provided health than for many years. Kodol did it I keep a bottle constantly, ;,. .:'
Jar to $1.25
: and artistic are depicted herewith ,from 10 cents per per "-
naturalness of living. The im- ,Jar. All flavors of fruits. tion All lines railroads reaching and other Jacksonville transports and write this hoping, that: humanity; will be benefited." .f ,
Such Brandt Aa
possible convicts form a very funny froir all parts of Florida and Georgia I ". Yours very truly, rt
label series of sterling worth, and roars of are offering a special low r't" o* ,*.... : 'f
law that all Cross & Blackwell's
requires laughter follow every exhibition. j fare both ways good returning as ... /txc.4.kn7c... iJ ...' '
The Girl Patsy.. / ; Dodson &Braun late as the 1th of Nor" "' rafter f; ;
the carnival closes. It Is believed ,:. ;
the be "The Girl Patsy;; which comes to I '/
ingredients namedon
therefore. on account of the
the house next is the i '
opera Tuesday Bishops combination :
:- e
work of"Jane Maudlin Feigl a south- great variety of exhibitions. both In- Kodol Dyspepsia Curt I Is the only digestant or

ern woman who has been very sue- Dunkley's structive and amusing which win be digestants tha -will digest all classes of food. In addition'to this fact, !; ;

the ,labels. Look, .out cessful in her literary" work in New'' the seen'Jacksonville only in the Carnival southern that states thou-at it contains, in assimilative. form, the greatest known tonic and.reconstructive tYJ'.
York. Her.reX&s has been of
for the big money makers for thepast one __._ Long's, sands ,of peoplewill come to Jacksonville properties. All other digestants and dyspepsia remedies .J \

the alum compounds. record three seasons business and. is still playing. to' Curtice Bros/ remain for the until opening the very performanceand close. digest certain classes -of. fwod. only and are' lacking In reconstruct "

To show the great interest In thi I .
In "The Girl Patsythis southern "- properties. ..
author has chosen a theme ,dealing Remember: lOc to $1.50Rosenau6GereIds enterprise already over ten thousand Kodol Dyspepsia" Cure Is prepared at the laboratory of E. 0 : te
tickets have been sold in advance
NOTE.-Safety in '
lies .
.
buying only with fashionable nur life.. r drawinsJn_"The .- -- and.the. dE'mand..lsltead increasing DeWitt & Co, Chicago, and Is sold by leading druggists everywhere A.
Royal Baking Powder which :is .. Girl Patsy is an ofwork from all parts of the state.
exqmsit-j vteee
; .. :.:a :: ; and has Looking at it from a strictly
received' deserved

pure, cream ofr'tartar powder compliments evei'Ywlterg.! i partial dent prepared! standpoint! to, say_your that:corresooni the thousands -:t : cure- f
In the:cast of "The Girl "Patay" are of people" who will attend this::Kodol Dysnpp : '' pi

and the. ".best, that .:..can be made.' .,. .1.; .. whom several may. southern'artists.be mentioned MissJane, among THE FANCY' GROCERS-, mor year's* than Jacksonville pleased and Carnival will will see fthtbttiona be.: .

:'" i- ,. ..... ., ,"- .:. -i. MaWS ":MissGrace 'CaMlT.;' Miss SOUTH PALAFOX ST. in comparison with the r -'. 1 i
: ;. ";.,;,,,,:" !" .r-' -, :. Marie Haynes",Mr. W. Clinton Hamll l6. money exn nded .that could not be DIGESTS WL, J:
ton Mr. John
and Mr
Sutherland
391 anywhere el!* in this countryat I
Phone seen .
Chester D. Guyer. The A. FORSALhBV H.
manager
... G. Kelley is also a southerner ., anything nke the cost ;
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.I; CLASSIFIED ADVERTISEMENTS: THAT \ PAY I




...II.. ......... .('.'.' .... .... _.' .... ..'... 1-DON'T servolrs of 'such dimension of_ salt and of court record, cf record shall be officers of STI011
Two GO depths, as In judgement. I and discharge tht
Bafga
.. board of .drainage commissioners id djtiss and receive the emoluments
1C f 1 1A deemed advisable. -drain and r> r leach until the explratioa: of their or

ALBTATB i $3350 Win buy S good renting"' houses BUY IT BLIND claim the swamp and overflowed | ent term of office DTWL

new corner renting LaRua$456.00a and A streets.' year. Will All lands wjthin the State.,of Florida. or I Section: 4L The said court aal

pay 14 per cent. such parts or portions thereof as is Jedge shall have exclusive
$1200 erftu: 6-room dwelling, E. deemed best by said board of drain- jurisdiction ot all origInal
HOME] When'you buy 'anything of value you criminal
: SALE : Strong Street usually"get a line on If before hand. age commissioners from time to time capital which shall raise cases in' 5?

: FOR .... You examine_,the quality and compare and to provids for lie Irrigation of! cambia county and shall have :-
In
See our list for other bargains. priC'eL reclaimed and maintain PS.
: the lands ,
cambia
thing county., concurrent
RENTS We want you to do the same! with
the
COLLECTED
'- : RETURNS MADE. AND PROMPT when you buy real estate whether for a such canals drains, levees, dikes and Circuit Coon and CIrcalt
:' : .: ,: According to recently investment. reservoirs In such manner as will be Judge 0 If
: ..:.i, figures speculation or said coonty, the same original
; MONEY PLACED -INTEREST ON Examine the different properties you the hri -
compiled the average family of most advantageous to territory so
: diction of all other
\ 201x110 feet;excellentnelghborhood, REAL ESTATE MORGTAGES.. see advertised. Compare them. After of Florida its inhabitants cases and makers
corner lot, -, moderate from the State
East ln .Oft Wright large.treet-.' '''-';''';'''' '''''...... ..,. ...;.. ';.. $4500 00 WANT TO BUY A HOME ON INVEST means pays ,: you have done this let us" show you drained and tie commerce thereat., j as the circuit court and circuit judge
: : what we of sad! county. and the
IN PROPERTY! CAN SELL YOU I same
',S-roo\ dwelling on Eaat Zarr. o..a street,near $evllfe! ,square_ -,:...$2100.00 i EITH ER. 20 to 25 Per Cent, have.WANTED. ; Section '33. That the board of j issue writs of mandamus, injunction.f power:to

i i East Intendencia street .....,..* ...' $1000 00 WANT TO SELL YOUR PROPERTY : drainage commissioners are hereby f'quo warrantu, certiorari prohibition*
I .laroe f tory dweUInIJ.on ': .v : i WE CAN SEL LIT. of Their Income to f authorized and empowered to estab- i habeas corpus and all writs ,

excellent neighborhood on East Hill, with jot "Ox- Everybody who has property for saleor Ush drainage districts and fix the and to the Proper

.7-room:. 150 feet dwelling, stone, walk. stables etc. ....................... :..........* 500 00 2 Fire Insurance Placed in Their Landlord.: sales.exchange and ,satisfactory, to- list with results.us. Quick boundaries thereof la, taU State ot: I cise necessary of their Jurisdiction complete as the exer.cr.Ctrtt ; -

2-story, 8 room dwelllna on WrIght street, near Palafox, ...........$8000 First-Class Companies. Florida. That the board of drainage court and circuit judge of said
2 In other words'the bread winner TRY; US. commissioners be and It.s authorized I county, except the power and author.
Eat Cadger lot 120x1322 .
i. _.room feet,dwelllna with bath on comer and gas lot.on........ ..........street....................,. $3250 00'1 works nearly or quite'one-fourth and empowered to prepare a list or ty to summon and empanel a grand
of his time for the privilege of a lists of all the alluvial or swamp and' Jury.

(.room dwelling desirably located on North Alcanlz street, with lot LESLIE E BROOKSReal roof over his head. overflowed taxabla lands within such'

60x170 feet ................................. ..................... $2000> 00 drainage district or d'strfcts: ,. and Section 42. There shall be gx
terms of said court In
6-room dwelling at Could Ing, fronting the railroad, with 20 acres of Pay, Rent to Yourself. Il. S. Brown -& Co levy thereon an acreage tax not exceeding Section 43. There each shall year.

land .....,..................... ..'- ..s ....v!......... .. $2500 0"ilVlOOTON Estate ,. ( ten cents per acre per anmm said court a prosecuting be fur
to be fixed annually by said board of attorney.110
= i We can show how rent
and you your shall be
Insurance.
appointed by
the
: money can be applied to the 'purchase !Phone 918. Thiesen Building drainage commissioners and the varlous confirmed oy the Senate Governorand

Phone 462. 112 S. Palafox.IForSaile. of a home of your own. if tax assessors of the various stall hold hi* office for four and vba!

you .will write, can -or phoneus.McDAVIDIIYER counties embraced; in part or in whole jean
& WATSON I ; :, His compensation shall be fixed
ITHE
FOR SALE.: within such drainage district or districts by
shall receive such list or lists law.Section

; .". RENTAL AGI.NT5.- and enter the same upon the tax rolls 444 All offenses triable A
: i ({ FOR SAIJ3-One fine Jersey cow with of the county or counties in which said court shall be prosecuted: open
GO. young calf. Apply 309- East Strong Information trader oath to be filed
such lands lie and the amount'so lj
may
St. 27octlw
Real Estate. Insurance and Loans- the
i Agents New York levied by the board of drainage commissioners prosecuting attorney, but the!
FOR SALE-One-half Interest m the O In such manner and form grand Jury of the circuit court tor
i Life: Insurants Company. .f K. drug Store Floraia Ala. Purchaser board of said county may Indict for any offenss
: : > Nq. 37 S. Palafox Street. Phone No. 54. 100 EAST GOVERNMENT ST., must be competent to manage business. as may be prescribed the triable In the court of record. Upoa
Clean stock; cash trade. H. H. Mc- drainage commissioners from timeto
...4 .MM...MM.M.. ..."."M...M ........M..... $4500For Phone]00. Pensacola,'Fla.: I Dougald, Proprietor. SOoct time, which ,amounts shall be collected the &dng of such indictment the d.:!"

by the ,various tax collectors of cult judge shall commit or bail the

new two-story, 8 room house with L PANAMA CANAL EDITION of THe the counties wherein such levees havebeen accused for trial in the court Cf

: HELP WANTED. WANTED. two hails and two large galleries; an .Journal. magnificently illustrated I made as other taxes are collected record which trial shan be upon in-
; artistic up-to-date home, with all,modern magazine, containing scores ef. views o? formation.
improvements situated on car line on the_ city and harbor. For .sale, -r.t all In accordance with law, and pay
high point overlooking the bay. at south me said amounts collected to tae I Section 45. The clerk of sai
or
to dean POSITION WANTED by band I book stores ai : ounuu omce tsy over
Good or woman
WANTED- man or
gang
house. Apply 52 West Gonzalez StZooctit saw filer Work .guaranteed.. "Filer." west street corner of 16th avenue and Jackson THE STORMHas mail. 20 cents. Slsept board of drainage commissioners, said court shall .be elected by the electors

"....._ Care Journal. 27octlw* 1-FOR SALE-A pottery works wIth steam commissioners shall have a lien superior -of Escambia county and shall hold o!.

WANTED-To I engine steam drying morn moulds to an other liens upon the taxable -flee for four years, and his compensation :
:WANTED Barber wanted for colored .rent a second-hand
type I
trade at once. Good shop and ,good writer. Apply at the Mayes Printing Co26oct. $3000 | and everything complete for carrying on lands in any such drainage dis-! shall be fixed by law. The sheriff
trade. Apply to Adam Leary, Florala, not affected the values of Real business.. together with the finest bed of ::ricts to be enforced by tax levy, for' "of Escaxbla county shall! be tae

1 Xkv 24octlw WANTED : for an artistic and up-to-date 6-room I Estate in this city $LOO. The buildings pottery right clay in in the Escambla city. Apply county to or located address -- the cost of any work done under the executive officer of said court and his!

WANTED good position open for an willing to-A pay six-room$30.00: and cottage willing to to rent.take and hall cottage with all modern conveniences and wharves that were destroyed R. P. Reese. ISseptf provisions hereof or done prior to the duties and tees shall be fixed by hu
on West Chase
street
experienced salesman at, once. _Apply two years' lease. Address Box 84, City line. on car will be replaced by more substantial adoption of this amendment under the Section 46. The same rules of procedure

& at Ut South Tarragona. 24octSt ISoctlw buildings. Pensacola has before it)FOR chicken SALE farm.Nice Enquire home good Chas.location Lorange for provisions: of an act of the Legislature. I and practice which obtain! m

: YOUNG the brightest fall of its future.. I have''1912 West Jackson &C ,lOoctlfit gassed in 1905. i the circuit court of the county shall
; LADY
: ..WANTED-Young man at The Journal wants position as stenographer I '
t .office to assist In the mail room. Steady and assistant bookkeeper. Ad- made arrangements to take ail the barroom and all Section 34. That the board 'of: obtain in the court of record, and all:
FOR SALE-A fixtures
} employment Apply' ,at, once 26ocf dress 1 "Bookkeeper., "; .* Care Journal. of Money to loan at lowest: market rate. I property. 'offered below its market pool and billiard tables, etc. In a fine: drainage commissioners be and it is laws relative to crimInal! courts ot

i SCHOOL TEACHER W "TED-OM ; :. 25octlw interestMortgages on real estate in this city value. If you are afraid of Pensacola location. At a bargain if sold at once. authorized to exercise the right -of record, except as otherwise provided

with flnt-grade' certificate. Address .3VANTED-Tb buy.a wen-trJ.ined pointer- bought and sold. Real Estate bring it to.me, I I. will buy Address box 103. City. 23aept eminent domain in the condemnationof .herein, sh.ailapply to and control the

? Aycoclr Brothers* Lumber* ) Co.* ', Ayoock.Florida. I dO& -" Must' not be gun. ely. Address All of the Maxenl Tract west of "C'" it from you. 1 1Some FOR SALE-Four good schooners, suitable land for the location of its canals, court,of,:record. Changs of venue may
lock box street for sale.
; 24oct3t 01. agdad, Fla. 4oct6t.' now for lake sound and river. Ad- drains, levees, dikes and reservoirsfor be had from the court of record U

HELP WANTED-Good cook at once. WANTED-Bids for the immediate removal Money In These. I dress "M," care Journal. Ziaug the purposes' aforesaid and may ,the circuit court >f another county for

1: Apply 820 N. Baylen street. 24octlw of two cottages from Woolsey to I FOR SALE-At a bargain paying Furniture enter UDOQ take and use such land as the same causes, and under the laws

Warrington. Address S. Hughes. far. ,A quarter bloct (5 lots) cor, 12th business at 138 E. Intenaencla St. It may, pendfcg condemnation proceedings providing for changing the venue from
rington, Fla.
-WANTED. young baby.-An. Apply experienced to Mrs.nurse Max for L. 23octlw Fisher Real Estate r street and 18th avenue, overlooking:, Address Box 32a. City. %odor deem necessary for such the circuit court of one county to the

;- Bear. 813 N. Barcelona street 24octlw WANTED-Good room, with bath at Agency the Bayou one of 'the highest points' AUTOMOBILE purposes, and In ascertaining the com circuit court of another county Tha

WjNTED-Two draymen. Apply at 8 also tached.take In breakfast first-class and neighborhood if ; will COLLECTION OF RENTS A In New City, two blocks from car line, new and in good condition tradenearly, will sell or pensation to be paid for such land csnght Governor, may In ms discretion, ord/r
convenient
;- ;and 10 W. Intendencla street. 23oct Address J. P. L.supper, P. O. Box very cheap at $1100.A trade for a good horse. Address. C. cf way benefits to be derivedfrom the circuit Judge of Escambia county
671. oct21WANTED SPECIALTY. block 300 feet front on Bayou I Brashears, Milton. Fla. Coctlm such drainage shall be considered or of any other county to hold one or

.- WANTED-Engraver., clock and jewelry Phone 87. 206 S. _Palafox St Texar. Beautiful shade trees wasn't FOR SALE CHEAP-Almost new Mshlen by the jury. more terms of parts of terms of the

age repairer and salary with tools.expected.State The experience O K. -To rent a six.-room house in -' touched by the water and,not a singletree i i-i & Sons'. piano in handsome rosewood'case. Section 35. The Legislature may court of record. Any civil cause ii:
a desirable ,
: Drug More Floraia. Ala. Ooct nent tenant neighborhood Address 'Box by 103,a City.perma blown down. Oae..of the prettiest -, A bargain. Piano can be seen provide for the assessment of benefits the court of record may be tried b*
by calling at the Kandy Kitchen.
;:- 19octlm MISCELLANEOUS.MATTRESSES sites for a residence and the 3oct. derived by lands by reasons of I fore a referee, or in case of the disqualification -
WANTED-Neat white girl to do office .
work. Apply room ,No. 1, Masonic est In the city of Pensacola 5000.sat.j FOR SALE 10,000 acres round timber such drainage and the collection of the judge of the court
Temple. 19oct WANTED All kinds beer bottles. I pay: I land. 12.600 saw mill timber and saw thereof; the proceeds therefrom shall of record may be tried by a judge ad
RENOVATED-New tick mill. 32-room hotel at a bargain. Several
ISc dozen. I handle all brands -
leading Wanted- be paid to the board of litem or be transferred to the
drainage com may
WANTED cook. For particulars can of wines beers and whiskies. and still' furnished if desired. Guaranteed. Car I good farms and town properties.
:._at 14 East Government street. 16oct2w manufacture that well-established cough' pet taken up and matting laid. Leave A house in good neighborhood !I l Write Gentry & Setterlind. Chipley Fla. missioners to be used by them for crcult; court of Escambia county or of
orders at Watson. Parker Reese and !Scont. '
medicine. Joe Co.'s. such other in the and
Roth corner Tarragona near ---- drainage purposes. any county same way
ousiness
L "TED-Ca.rpenters wanted. and Government t ts Wesley Duncan. 7sept district"r for about
Apply > Hoot
Approved May 27. 1905. according to the same provisions as
Gouiding Fertilizer Company. 14oct 3000. ... FOR SALE-Two large refrigerators. Apply .
WANTED-First-class hat cleaning. Old I DR. A. W. HERMAN. Chiropodist.room List to The Lewis Bear Co. Soot ARTICLE XXIX. govern such proceedings in the circu.t
W.u."TED-Flrst-t'lass. carriage black- hats made new. Cleaning. pressing 301 Brent Building, 3d floor AU your property with me for sale. court Escambla county.
smith and woodworker. Good position and blocking; Satisfaction guaranteed corns. bunions ingrowing nails removed That Section nine 19) of Article five
for right man. Address John G: Welsh. Panamas. SOc- Straws. lie: Felt. Sac;: scientifically without pain. Manicuringa Advertisements.NOTICE (S) of the Constitution of the State of Section 47. The Supreme Court of
Legal '
Carriage Works Derbys 25c. Victor specialty. 24octlm the State shall have juris--
Pensacola Fla.. oct Louis. 100 E. In ten- Florida be and the same is hereby appellate
I dencia street. All" come iiu 6octlm TREES-Shade, ornamental J. W. Bullock amended to dlctionlnailcazes at law and :inequity
or fruit Jr.Real OF ELECTION. so as read as follows, viz:
t
I WANTED. -AD owners or poultry to trees of all kinds, also hedge plants WHER.: AS. The Legislature of "Section S 9.> The salary of each originating in the court of record
BOARD AND ROOMS. know that we are agents for the cele- furnished and planted by S. D Jackson Justice of the ,and in cases of conviction of felony -
brated terms to suit 1906. under the Constitution of Supreme Court shall be
? Conkey's Poultry Remedies. Guar on customers. Best refer- 1885, in
the court of record. The cir
anteed to cure rope, coolers, gape and to ences. Address S. D. Jackson, City. Estate and Mortgage Loans of the State of Florida did pass five four thousand ($4,00000) dollars a
:- iwo NICELY furnished rooms for rent; kill flea!'. Use and mites. Also their 14octlm Joint Resolutions year. The salary of each Circuit cult court of Escambia county shall
., privilege of bath and phone, convenient wonderful egg producer. F. S. Mellen & Cor. Government and :DeLu'na Sta. proposing Amendments Judge shall have final appellate jurisdiction of all
to car line. Address 1202 East Gadsden Co. Phone No. 334. 18aprWANTED WAGON AND CARRIAGE SHOP-We to the Constitution of the Stateof to three thousand five misdemeanors of
tried in the court
f. reet 27octlmo' : are now in our new quarters 214 East Florida, and the same were agreed hundred (13.50000) dollars a year."
-\t once, a four or five-room Intendencia, and prepared to do every- Box,173. Phone 637MISCELLANEOUS. to by a vote of three-fifths of ail That the foregoing amendment to record. All appeals or writs of error
TWO Bice. large unfurnished rooms for cottage. Must be close In and in good I thing in wagon and carriage building and the Section 9 ol Article V. of the Constitution prosecuted from the court of record
i rant Apply to F. R. McGee. at Y M. neighborhood. Address 123. Care TournaL repairing E. L. Herring City. 14oct members elected to each House; whether to the Supreme Court Cir
3 C. A. rooms. 26oct 25scpt that the vote on said Joint Resolutionswere la hereby agreed to and the or
MUSIC-Miss .Cawthons Studio. 386 entered upon their same shall be submitted to the electors cuit Court, shall be prosecuted in the
!TWO: ELEGANT ROOMS with every TAILORING L. Diamond. Tailor Brent Building. Voice and piano. Special I respective of the State for same way and according to the sam
Journals approval
rejection
.. TBonvenience In private home North Gent clothing cleaned pressed and repaired I attention given ,to correct breathing and wIth yeas and nays there- or rules AS such from
HUL .Location, choicest in city with on short notice. No. 11% West I placement. Miss Beatrice White takes H. ALFMAN on, and they did determine and. dlrect at the next general election of govern proceedings
table board convenient. 714 North Bay- i Government St.. Pensacola. Fla. pupils in primary piano, elocution and Iron Worker-Tin.cornice Cop and Sheet that the saId Joint Resolutions representatives as required by Section the CIrt Court to the Supreme
: work
len street dramatic art Phone 1284 Miss Caw- and skylights .
I 24octlw 1, Article XVII of the Constitu
be
i W.A1'"TED-A. P.. Bingham wants thon; 810 Miss White. 14octTAKRAIsCE a specialty; roofing, guttering and submitted' to the electors of the
and hauling yourmoving repairing, 103 East Government opera State at the General' Election Approved June 6, 1905.
FOR 'RENT-Two desirable rooms He guarantees In November tion.Approved
trally located; convenient to >businesssectlol1i .cen all breakage. Phone 630. & ADAIR, Livery. De- house building. Phone 1316. %Jw elm 1906. May 31. 1905. A1C XXXII.

hotel and first-class boarding I Funiak. single or double teams nightor NOW THEREFORE, I, H. dAY ARTICLE XXX. That following amendment to
WANTED
it house southern exposure. Reasonable -Carriages repaired; and repainted day; new rigs. good service polite
,. rates,v modern onvenl(> ceS.' References floats -built to order; horse drivers. Give us a trial hone 59. FOR CRAWFORD Secretary of State of That the following amendment to (Article XVII of). the Coostituton: ot

;.: exchanged.' 302, North Spring:street21octlOt. ehoela nags Co.?. a specialty- .'J. G. Welsh Car 6octlm RENT. the State of Florida, do bereby give Article V of the Constitution of the the State of .Florida'be, and the sacs

DRAWINGS all kinds; Hun Engine cotlce that a GENERAL ELECTION State of Florida, relative to the Judiciary -is"hereby agreed to and shaH be submitted

; NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS for rent .u.'TED-The Merchants Transfer Co Patent Office machine and misc madeat FOR Government RENT-Some street nice cheap stores rent.on East The will be held in each County in Floridaon Department, to be numbered to the electors ofHhe State at

-" with or without board. Table board. wants your moving and hauling. All reasonable rates. Patentable Idea de- Fisher Real Estate Agency., Uuly Tuesday next succeeding the first section 39 of said Article V be and the geer e1et0! In 1906 fo nef.
: Phone, gas and bath. No. 3 Palafox. breakage guaranteed. T. B. Thors. veioped Sail boats launches. AddressW. :Monday In November A. D., 1906 tne :
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21octlmKURNISHED Proprietor. Phona 978. C. McGowan. Pensacola Fla Sseptlm e same is hereby agreed to and o
-_ f FOR RE7 iT-A. R. Bingham has storage Said Tuesday being the SIXTH DAY snail be submitted to the electors Sectton 1: ESther branch of theLslat.

ROOM for rent. Apply 301 WANTED-AU kinds of electrital work. MATTRESSES RENOVATED New tick room other for rent suitable for furnitureor OF NOVEMBER for the ratificationor the State at the genera election to at a regular sessloc ttirt
If desired. goods. 134 and IOC South
I W. Chase street. 21oct I sell all kinds of electrical batteries furnished Guaranteed. Tarragona rejection of the said Joint Resolu
I. and other electrical supplies. When Carpet taken up and matting laid. Leave street Phone 639. tions be held on the first Tuesday afte- e amendments t this
ROOMS AND BOARD for $3.50 per week. ,I need me ring 343 or 955. E. W. Peake.you orders at Watson Parker & Reese Co.'. proposing Amendments to the the first Monday In November., A. D.. Constitution; and if the same be
Good eating Apply Mrs.'Laura Gomez. i New Star Laundry Bldg. I::. Garden. sept?. _ _ Constitution of the State of Florida, .ao6. for ratification or reJection" to agreed to by, three-fifths of all
200 West Romana. 17oct2w J. H. PORTER, saIlmaker, 718 South viz: temembers
5 wit elected
WANTED-Second-hand sacks of an descriptions Palafox street. Orders taken for tents FOR SALEFOR : to each house, sucu
4 ROOMS FOR RENT. with privilege of :! wanted. If out'of town. ship awnings camp stools and house cots. ARTICLE XXVIII. Section 39 The annual salary of proposed amendments sha'l! be 'entered .

light housekeeping, use of bath and them to us; if in town. ring us up at Tso. etc. Prices reasonable.SmpCHANDLERSMcKInxle. 31jan SALE-Saw That the following amendment to ae: Judges of each of the Crminal: upon their respective Journals with
phone; on car line. Apply 900 E. 534 or bring them te v at corner of Mill 79000000 Jeet 'TlA
Jackson Chase available timber. Good location. Article! XVI of the Courts of'RecoM now, or heroaftei- teje \ VO9" and Ttavtt *njt chA1 h nnb
or phone 14t7. lloctlm and Alcaniz Sta. F. S. Mellen At Oerting Address Constitution of the -
Co. 2 July & Co. wholesale and retail ship chandr "C. F.." Care Journal. 2Ssept2w State of Florida be and It is herebv established sh&flbp t- quarter U&d-b one n : ;in each couo

t FOR RENT-Two unfurnished rooms :, IA>-- and pmoera. Onlv fif!!t-rJastf-- -ha-,-..-..- agreed to and shall be submitted- to ly by the county where such court is : .a n is published,
!r CaD or address J. A. BJUlngsley. 14 ;r'kl d-In-clty.: Fair prices to alL FOR SALE-Lodging house corner of the electors established, and shall be. follows for one month .. preoed-n
of the State at the as ; immediately,
Go-\rernm Palafox
ptreat 16oct2w and :Main streets known gen
E.I i MONEY TO LOAN. CARRIAGES repaired ar* repainted. Dunn's Lodging House. An established as eral election, to be held on the first la counties of less than fifteen thousand the next genera of Representatives -

; PLEASANT. HOMELIKE PLACE Floats built to order Horse shoeinga business, everything complete; a good Tuesday after the first Monday in No- population! on a thousand dollars -! at -"hica election the sama
board on North Hill second door 1- specialty. J. W. Welsh Carriage Com investment for the right-man. H. Muller vember A. D., 1906, for raificatiou ; In counties of from fifteen thousand shall be submitted to the electors of
car line. For particulars address No S. HAVE YOU-IDLE MOfEY In the bank? pany. VSi 2feb 400 S. Palafox. Itoct or
East: Strong ISoctlm I I j I can get you 8 per' cent on the best i I rejection. (population. one thousand dol-- te: State, for approval or rejection.If .
'possible.. security. Leslie E. Brooks. 112 MILTON UPHOLSTERING SHOP-Willie SECOND-HAND SAFE_ for sale used Section 3!_ The Governor the ars; in counties of from fifteen thou- a majority of the electors voting
TWO FURNISHED or unfurnished rooms'for South Palafox. oct20 II Mlms Proprietor. Furniture repairing only one year. Address P. O Box 492. sand to twenty-five thousand popalalat'on -upon the amendments at such election
rent for light housekeeping. Phone of all kinds. carpets laid furni- W. S. Hooton. 12 E. Intendencia. 7oct Comptroller, the State Treasurer; the
1102. 'or apply room 3, 204.% South Pala- MONEY LOANED on real estate and ture packed for shipping. Phone 63 Attorney General and the Commis- fifteen hundred. dollars; Ja shall adopt the amendments the.
iox ... lloct persona property on short notice. I Next to Tampa landing. 22aprtl TWO FINE YOUNG HEIFERS for sale. sioner of Agriculture of the State of. counties of from twenty-five thousand same shall become a part of tie Con.sttton
I Terms easy. JV.. Bullard. 2S. South Call at the Clutter Music House for Information F'lorlda'a.nd their to thirty-five thousand population two The proposed amendment'
FOR RENT-Rooms cheap; real newly .Palafox bt: Phone. 1144. MATTRESSES AND FURNITURE regarding them. 21octlw successors in office, thousand do'Iars! and ib"e'ectors
i In enable
clean furnished rooms suitable for Mattresses made to order, old ones are hereby constituted and designated I ; ntles'or 8 submitted as to
light housekeeping on the hilL Location I CAN LEND"'youn MONEY at eight renovated. New ticks furnished. 'Sec. FOR SALE- Blacksmith shop and dwelling as a board of drainage commissionersand more than thirty.five thousand popn to vote on each amendment
t high and healthy. Close to tar line. Per cent. If you ham any that you ond hand furniture bought and sold. Upholstering excellent location near ice factory, are latlon twentY-five hundred dollars separately All adopted
h ) rIvilege of phone and gas. Apply 314 E. want interest on. see me about it. It and repairing done. 114 E. good trade large lot good water, reason t hereby authorized and em hereby repealing and all at the election &tdmfnt which !s submitted
any at
T Strong. Phon 1213. lOaug will be absolutely safe on real estate Belmont St.. ftty Phone 771. Davis able terms at Marianna. Fla. Address powered to establish a system of part orparts
security.' :Mfg. Co. C. T. Davis, Mgr. canals drains of the said Constitution in con or heretofore adopted by Ue
Leslie E. Brooks. Phone 462. W. E. Taylor Chipleyt Fla. lOoctlm levees, dikes and. reWRITE ,
.. filet herewith. i electors are hereby declared a part o.
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LOST. I AIUAUZiu: LAJAK-trreryoody borrowsmoney' Approved J.une"6. 1905. Coastitutkm from the date of the
I from Jno. A. Hall & Co.. 14V -
::- --- r I E. Government St. When In need can I ARTICLE XXXL adopton of the same
white and dark brown on us.MONEY. Approved June 6 1305
s.oST-On. spot That ,
the
YOUR WANT
AD following .
.' ted pointer dog; answers to name ofBruce. HERE. amendments to vot-s cast In compliance with
> ." Finder return. to T. E. ..Johni LOANED on all kinds of personal Article V of the Constitution of the Te the
'. con. at Baas A Co'.. and re- i. property> on short notice. Terms "* State of Florida,. relative to tHe .Jndfclary proposed amendments and
fcran& oct20tf i itosTshW easy. ,J. 'B.. Gray & Co. 2 W. Romana. # Department canvass, declarations and return

Phone 116. jfeD Send it to The'Journal office day or night When need have Section 40. 41 42, to be numbered thq'e shall be subjected t the
boat, marked "Noach VI" you help anything 43. 44, 45, 4&and and restrictions Care *
: of Kungsbacka.in stern: was lost from { of said Article V be sme rgatons
alongside my ship Saturday night 13th I' UNLIMITED all amount of money to loan to sell, rent, exchange or wish to purchase anything, try a want ad. They do the are hereby agreed to,and and the same law for General
on kinds of shall be
submitted
3 October. 1906 Reward for return to B. personal property. Special Eecttons In the State of Florida.IN .
Andersen. :Master Swed. bark "Noach rates to business men on large work. tq the electors-of the State at (
ti VL", 16oct I: South loans.The Pajafox.New. York: Loan Co.. 204% the general election to be held! on the TESTIMONY W.F.
t first have hereunto set my
C Tuesday after the first Monday fa a.
-- November A.'D, 19M, for fixed the Great Seal of the State (

I : HOTELS.BRIGGS THOS PEBLET-Real Estate and Loans. WORDS .ONE or rejection. to-wt ratification Frida. at Tallahassee the Capi73 1.

-w------- sta-Up-stairs corner. Palafox- -. and Romana SIX I ORDINARY t MAKE: : LlNf; Section 40. There shall be estio- ti frt day of August, A D1906..

HOUSE 300 feet west of Union lsepUmEDUCATIONAL. : J fished in tte county of Escambia I S. H. CLAY CWR. .
Depot on Wright street; best location, : whenever the voters of said S
best rooms best muse to stop at:Rates : shall so determine county To J. C. Van Pelt, Sheriff EscambJCounty.
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by
i a
fOe per day. JIocUm'mOWN majority ,of
it
.
tae
votes cast, on the question at
HOUSE-DeFunlak Springs. t } :-.: '. ,'"- 0:.' ,.- genera! election a court of record and any received at
wm be
BARTON' th
Good beds. airy rooms, elegant meals MRS. TOLA MA PROPOSAL
ON
: will open S&i'H. there shall be a judge of said court and AccountS >ar
a school of Shorthand
tree bath and sample rooms. Special and Typewriting. [ 19
-- attention to traveling\ men. Rates $%.00 October 10. Apply, either at 314 S. Al- who shall be appointed by the GOT ae WswhlnKton. D Cuntil. and
day. J. R. Brows. cani or Typewriter ernor and confirmed o'clock November '. JM P;
per Prop.HOTEL Exchange 313 :. : :. by the Senate thereafter, W
Brent building. 2octlm : who shall hold his lily opn4 Irlnedlately :
: office
SOUTHERN : : : for six: years navy yrd. PenCaCFin :
-Open an the = Ih
;: ., and whose J"
salary shall qiantJtjr-of
4 year. American and European plan. be two thou naTa.aple..*. -
: Special summer rates. First-class in I '. sand, five hundred dollars a year low: Scii. tiC: Stem 'e.. tiara-
every respoot Pleasant and conven BARBER SHOPS. .. [ 4t' or. Prabl quarterly. by the S'1&es copper nall. 4tl' w *
: lent. Mr*. T. L. Bowen. Prop.. Pensa .; t : Escambia. county of 1r
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cola Fla. I5apr The crimhud ccwt of : Bolts and nut hrj1r I

: MILTON-When:visiting here have : \.,. record now 'established" in Eseambia pipe a iUnJ prJ
: your the dee
BAY HOTEL-Open night and. day. Eu- tonsorial work done by Ira Mima. WillIng af.5-rhe' on'V- .1lt -ad 'filli the above : is county; shall upon the adoption of shud Blank pt>8eae. b
-- ropean plan. Rooms light and clean. street,, opposite JaIL Clothes and g' s ace 5 cents firSt inSertion these amendments, become by to tbe *
pon '
Transient trade solicited. 575-579 and be ;

t; I'&l&fox.. ...,. Jos. Mcolau... Prop.- South hats to hotels.cleaned rhoDe.and 3.repaired.; Convenient_26aug and 5 cents a day- for each. additional I conSecutive insertion. J Send. cash with the ad. the and court an.officers of record'of such as herein criminal provided court s pay-1T-? B. -HARRIS' aJIUCti Paymaster-General or to IO-lo. t





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THE. PENSACOLA. JOURNAL, SATURDAY! MORN1N G,"OCTOBf. R. tT, 1108. PASS 8EVEN. i

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-Legal AN:Advertisements.ORDINANCE. -'. QUALIFIEDVOTER'S t SHlPP-INGNEWS MOBILE BUG KETREPORT


Amend Section 92 of the Code of ff _
Tl Ordinances of 1902. LIST _
*, it Ordained by the Mayor and Council GI
the City of Pensacola: : NAVAL STORES.Savannah. .
Section 1. That section 93 of the Arrived Yesterday. ,'. ku. Oct. : .-The naval
of Ordinances ef the City of Pensa- Gracia. Span -ss. 'Ruiz. 2858. Uyerpool -I stores market closed today as follows:

JJli. for 1902, be amended to read aaii (Continued from ,Second Page.), to Asuncion Gulf Transit de Larrinaga.Co. Br'ss. Kramer Call for it and you will be WW ,;.:......,.........................' oo RD-TOPjiEE I

to ii_ction 82- The sidewalks on both Fleming. Albert Fltg1bbon.-. %2693 Rosario to Gulf Transit Co. served with the best. A gin N.fO ................................5 75

'; of Palafox street between Wright Godw PalLGarvln. IL Lucia to Aust Gulf MartinoUco Transit Co. ,, 1437. Galveston of quality that all men .::Z:::;:.::::::;:::;:::::::::::::::& 85C5 so

\ftft\:; and DeSoto street and on both Gadson' A.Halnes. Pallas. Nor bk Johnson 1219. Ply. ap Ie .............................1.....,.'
:les of Government street between Bay- 3. C. J-Iltt. S. C- mouth. to.A. Zelius. preciate. Insures strength, I ...-.. .**............................. 25
Li and Adams street. and on the north Haines. W. Harper George W Cleared Yesterday. vim and vigor.. H ..........................42090422%
jje of Zarragossa street between Palate Harper, J. 11. 'Herington L N Tapton. Br as. Trattlea 2500, for G..........................4101o417% -- I '
street and Tarragona street. and on Jones, R. E. 3obnson. David. CIvlta: Vecchia via Genoa. with 1,722.000 DEiLEB F .....;.....................41Sto4l2% -
te: south! side of Zarragossa street. be- James. Fred. ODes, Z. T. s ft sawn timber, 479,000 s ft lumber. ill GOOD S!II IT. E.............;.............40090410 1AmM: p

Zifa Palafox street and Barracks .Jones K. I. Jones, W. IL Lucia Aust ,ss. ilartinolich 1427 for D .........:.........................3 95
Frtet gee. shall 2. Nothing be eightS herein) feet contained wide. shall Johnson Jordan Henry.Charles. .Jones W. lL W. Venice and Trieste with bunker coal. uB & B" C Spirits.......Turpentine.............CC...cents....380to3$2% :\ .

v. construed to compel any person now Kilbee. W. IL Kuchen W. A- Sailed Yesterday. I -
t vtng sidewalks complying with existing Langrord, Prak Lewis, SOas. Degama, Br ss, Keene, Montreal via Atlanta
finances: to remove them and to broaden MUtter Jacob Co Mimer James. Fernandina. New York Cotton Letter.

them to the width herein provided. Murphy toG; McKee. Jas. .1.- VESSELS. PORT. 'Open. High. Low. Close.
citC such now existing sidewalks shallbe MynkJno.. ::1\Ierritt. D. )L Steamships.Acacia January ..10.5 10(7 1041 11.13
in bad repair and require renewal. Moore Thomas. Majors. A. W. March .....10.76 10.82 10.49 10.49 The TOP of the -

see 3. All ordinances and parts of Newell Thomas. Martin Peter. Br ir'l5o.1848, Buenos May ........10.83 10.90 10.5 10.59
j-dirinces In conflict herewith are hereby OHe& A.Paraxine Ayres to If8S October ....10.55 lOon 10.12 10II

Co F. Powell. So B. I August Belmont Br ss Clarke 29C7, December ..10.24 10.67 10":: 10J4
"Section 4. This ordinance shall take Patti Mike.' Pate, G. W. Newcastie on Tyne to Gulf Transit Co. Liverpool Spots 6:12.
jfect immediately upon its passage and Pate Robt. Axminster, Br ss. Spink. 1231. Havanato New. York Spots 1055.
C,,pro\'al Ra1ferty;ThO&. Robinson Eo H. master. '
passed October 10, 1906Approved Ruthrfo G. Z. Benedict Br ss, Roberts, 1758, Kingston: Grain and Provision Market. Mellow in flavor. Aged for years in chirred 1:
October U, 1906.\) Sugga I-L A. Shipe. John F. to S. P. Shotter Co. -
CHAS. H. BLISS Spoon J. E. Samuel. Thos.' Ida. Aust ss, Hreglich. 2093, New Or- Wheat- casks in warehouses flooded with sunshIne. :
Attest Mayor. Stanley. .J, D. Smith CoSWes. leans to Gulf Transit Co.Kirksta1l Open. High. Low: Close. -
Nor&rn.Rye
C. E. MERRITT. Qerk. Co Staples. R. ASeale. Br ss. Hinde Colon to December .....73 73 72H 72\ Best ilways\selected by a member
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,- : E. ASpencer.J.. W. Master. lay ;::......7754 ?7% 77* 77* of the firm.- > 4.
AN ORDINANCE I Totrer. Wm. Tbompson. Nero. Tapton. Br ss, Tratters. %2300, Montevideo -
Thomas .J.'IL S. to Master. '.. GOODMCMILLAN Open. High. Low. Cloee.December' .
Temples. T. L
from hundreds
Purest water wells sunk of feet -
RelatIng to Electric Poles and Wires. Tugela. Br. to ....43 4:% it% 43%
Thompson. Charles Taylor. W. N. ss, Nicholl 2141 Cardiff ,
Be It Ordained by. the Mayor and Council Vaughn. W. N. H. Baars & Co. May ..._;...-.43% 4444 u% 44 into solid limestone. M:

of the City of Pensacola: Williams. Ed. W. H. .
B. Wilson Oata'V""I& _.. ,.
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Section 1. That within sixty days WiLson P. N. Wheat. C. H. Ships. 11S u. XX).w.,1DJte.. Goes to the! heart not to the! head. "- I -
December ....U H 33H 13% 34% !
notice '
written by the of
Pen1M01a. .
attr City Avantl Nor ship Anderson K4S Lon .
to be given not earlier than Janu- Precinct No. 18.Brewton. don to order. May ..........84S__,__U% 84% 34'% -- 4 :-

a:1 t 1907 any person or corporation A. W. Brewto L D. Ferreira Port ship Barros 606, Lisbonto Make the next high ball of 1:
-aaemltUng or causing to be transmitted Brewton, Jas. I* Brewton. F. T. master. I BROS.CO.{ New York Stock Market

ele.-tr ItT by wi-es along or acrossareets" Baggett. N. Brown P. R. Canada. Br ship. Spurr. 2237. Rio Son. Pac. .................. 91 91% :
alleys or public places within Brewton J. W.- IIOWID n. R. J. Janeiro to Pitch Pine Lumber Co. Copper .....................110% 110%
te territory In said city; bounded on the Brewton R. J. Bowman. A. D. Ingrid. Nor ship Dannell. 1260 Ant- frufRrIes kST1ii A. S. R. ....................132% 133itch.
South by the South line of Main street: Brewton W. J. Barrett M. O._ werp to :McK. Oerting & Co. ...;..................101% 1S14 J RD TOP l 'EWHISKEY
D J.
on the North by the North line of Wright Bowman. J E. Baggett. Lena Ital ship Tassara 1581. Londonto A. R. ...15 1"
met; on the East by the West line of Brewton. A. Co; Jr. Bowman. W. P.Rrewton order.. B. R. i"I"mr... 78% i9

. 'Tarrasona street (which street is ex- L. C. Bowman. L. C. Barks. B. & O. ................. :..118% 119 :
Mpted from the operation of this ordinance Brewton A. C. Bowman. R. M.Gushing. Erie ......................... 43% 43% NIt' up to you" -
), and on the West by the West Carter. D M. L J.Giles. Afredo ,Uruguayan bk ,Maragas 987. ..
C.F.L ... .............. 61% 61% r
line! of Baylen street and also on Palafox Enterkin H. T. Montevideo to H. H. Thornton. U. S. ...................... 4614 4<% '
street between the North line of Gads- Gunter, J. C. J. N. Alfhild. Swed bk. Svensen. 1332. Dur- U. S. ....................... 4gu 42 WESTHEIMER. & SONS 1LC1zacIn.nt1
den and the South line of Pine streets. i Gibson. JohnHarrison ban to master. U. S., pfd. .................106 m FERDINAND '
than! begin the work necessary to place J. P. HaH D. T. Andrea, Nor bk Quale, U4, Durban to R- S. ....................... 35%, 35%
Rich wires in conduits to be furnished by Harrison. J. ){. Harrison. Geo.M. master. L. *: N. i..l&3. 143 O. I otii rill.. Kr. St. Ja** fe. K* r
% -
each person or corporation underneath Hall Martin L. Avon, hal bk, Avegno 1477. Genoa to Lead -...;-................. 74% 74%
tile surface of such streets alleys. or Johnson C. H. master. M. O. .P. ................... 931,493%
tublic places (except where such conduits Lambert IL C. Lambert S. S. j: Campbell Nor bk Hausken. 1100. L C. .....................173% 173%
){Live already been placed) and shall complete Lambert R. 1. Lee.W. J. Stavanger to McK. Oertlng & Co. a C. P. ......................173% 176 '
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the placing of said wires within Lambert J.S D. Chacma. Nor er.bk. Jorgensen 557. N. Y. C. ...................12S% 128%
such conduits within 210 running days Mars. R. Fleetwood to P. O. ......................., 89%- 88% BAY ELECTRIC AND SUPPLY COMPANY
after such notice and after such completion Nobles W. M.. Nobles, W. ,H. ..Hereford Nor bk. Jensen, 1380 Rosario. Reading ............. ......140% 139% -
no wires. poles or other structuresor Roach. J. W.Thompkine. to order. St. P. .....................171 17'' W.'T. BEDWELL, PRES. AND MANAGER. 14I
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appliances above the ground shall be S. Y. Taylor F. L Heimdal Nor bk. Hensen. 1354. Hull RL ....................... U'ji' 26% Prep&redtodoaflelectr1ca1repaIrthgonhortnotice.Rlngphon.57 and f/L
permitted in said territory for the carriage Williams. J. A. to order. LIST OF CLERKS S. R. ....................... 33U ae2 representative will.call. W. T. BldweU. President -.ad Managoi 205 8. Ba71eb
of electric wires or the transmissionof Precinct. No. 19. Humberto. Span.. bk, 1111 Battle Ha- T.C.L ...................i55 165 street. < \
electricity except posts and the neces- Anderson. J. A. Adams Pious. vana to order. Penna .....................140%. 140% _
jary attachments thereof, tubing andcables Thornton. Isabel Browne Rus bk Llndqulst, 1231 U. P. ............ .....181% 1*.,4 .!!!!!!!!!f'
and overhead wires from distributing Adams. Hull to master. AND INSPECTORSCHOSEN ,=.::.:_
posts to subscribers' stations usedin Barineau C. R. Burnett. Ran. Kink Oscar II; Nor bk Johnson '15%,
connecting electric wires in said con- Brown. AnnsteacLBarrineau., C. H. Rosario to A. Zelus. Wltcher, Zemurray A Co.'* Dally Cotton -
jolts with buildings. lamps or signal Baxter. Root. Beunister John. LiUa. Nor bk Aanonsen. 1030. Santosto Letter.

boles on or adjacent to the street in Bird Henry. order. New York Oct. 3.--New York opened
which such conduits are laid; such posts Carrbn. Nelson.. Crabtree. J. W. Lluis. Uruguayan bk. Lopea 700, Ha- BY COUNTY COMMISSIONERS his morning at 10.59 for January cables
allan be located only at such points as Coober, J. B Crabtreel L. C.Deborough vana to order. being better than expected on the open- I '
are necessary for the proper distribution Prank' Dorser. Samuel.' Maria. Ger bk. French 1922. Kings TO CONOUCT THE lag but Liverpool weakened after the Saving1may
of such electricity to such buildings Dawson J. A. Dan. Poney. Lynn to master. noon call, and closed quiet at the decline Consistent
]lamps or boxes and only under the super- Emanuel Archie. Edwards R Negpore Nor bk Ojerdsen 1128 East NOVEMBER ELECTION. la response and the continued heavy
Public Works.' Floyd. Jesse. Filhnein.. A. B.Falk. .
Board
vision of the London to A. Zelius. movement heavy selling wa started on
Sec. 2- That nothing In this ordinance J. A. Fillingin.. AJ.., Jr.Flemming. Noach VL Swed bk Burgfeldt 1260 this side, January's in New York selling
shall apply to poles, wires, conductors or G. W. .' H. P. Port Natal to order. down to 10.31 and closing at 10.32, barely! i
apparatus necessarily used by street rail- Gibson. Silas.Henderson Grice. s., Oltvarl, hal bk Costa, Genoa to or- steady.
way companies hi the operation of trolley H. H. Haves H. der. Precinct No. 1-JX: M. Cherry James The market has steadily declined since

cars in said territory as now authorize: Hedgeman. DanieL Hall. E. A. Superb, Nor bk. tEch 1934 Antwerp Jones, C. W. Andrew. inspectors; A. the glnners' report was Issued and we I
by ordinances of the City, nor shall It HastlngsTheodoreM.Harshey, J. toA.Zellus&C0. clerk.Precinct are of the opinion that with such '
be construed to prohibit the use of all Jones. A. A. Jones B. B. Benton. decline .fifty point fOr January cotton a, I be slow, but.it's. a certain road to independence .
No. 5 H. a MH-
necessary manholes connecting the sur- Jones. S. JLltchfield. Schooners. : Floyd Athey. that a reaction is bound to'follow and

face of the streets, alleys and public J. A. Donna Christina Am sch; McLeod, 16$, ire.S. F. HeItc ." Inspectors; W. H.- White the situation looks favorable for an ad* and riches. f
places with the said conduits but such Miller W. A. Miller. Jno. Belize to master. clerk. vance U Ute immediate future. Wh. e i '. :

manholes, shall be authorised wherever the Middleton L. Miner, W. B. Dornira. Br sen. Reddle.. 2001 St Lucle Precinct No. S W. W. Klrksy Barry preferring to operate on the long side Our will assist .
necessary at locations approved by Olver. George. Oliver. Ush. we would caution, and ta3inprofits Savings Department you
to master. G. Brewton O. A. enad I
Lewis; E. inspectors;
Works. Charles. ,
Hoard of Public Philips -
Freddie Heucken Am sen, Bryant. ('is, e opportunity offers, and '
See. 3. That U at any time after any Sunday. Harrison. Morrill. clerk. in financial
Havana to master. so not get caught in any sudden ,twistof gaining independence.
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paring of any of the streets alleys. or Timmer, W. H. Terry, N. B. Precinct'1o.John Longren E. Pad the market. Middling spots In New .f,
public places within said territory, shall j I Underwood. Jerry. Union Robert. York closed at 10.65 -
Will Brlggs, inspectors John Gates quiet. from ;
gett. ; dollar
have been done by or under authority of Union. John.Union, Frank. Nothing t6 Fear. I Any amount a up accepted rat

the City person it or shall corporation become .necessary transmittingelectricity forany1 I Wood.Vaughn W.M.Wilson. .T.- Waters, A. H. Mothers need hare no hesitancy in clerk.Precinct NO 5-J. C. Cowan Alex. Wounds Bruises and Burns. 4 per cent. paid thereon, cotfcpoundea i : -

as aforesaid to remove repair I .FW. D. Wallace B. S.:, continuing to. give Cha.mberlain'sCough Webb, W. A. Waters inspectors. Jas. By applying an antiseptic dressing I

locate, or cables re-locate or conduits.any of its and poles thereby or Williams Charles. Watson. Eph. Remedy to their little ones as Nicholson, clerk. to wounds bruises burns and like In- semi-annualiy. I ,;

manholes to displace, any of such paving such I Precinct No. 20. it contains absolutely nothing inju Precinct No (Thoa. Davlsoa. C. H. juries before Inflammation sets In .

penon! or corporation shall. at his or its I Ash Morgan., Armstrong, D. Ja.I rious. This remedy is not only per Jackson. Alex.: McToy, Inspectors; Olfl her m&7 .be healed without maturation -

upense. replace any pan displaced and I Adcock. J. A.Barfleld. fectly safe to give small ,children but Jennings clertdPrecinct and In about one-third the time _
pjt it in as good order and condition as i J. F. is medicine of great worth and No. 7-A- D. Nicholson J. O. required by the old treatment
dJplat'ement.and In the event of a C. !4. Thisis
"More Carnes J. F, Clifton. Lee. Ward, E. A. Tucker Inspectors;
his or its failure so to do within a reasonable 'Crapp, J. J< Dunlap,'W. M. merit. It has a world wide reputation Wiggins, c1erk.Precinct : the greatest discovery and triumphof
time. the City may do so at his Crapps W. A. for its cures of coughs colds and No. 8-Taylor Crabtree A. modern surgery. Chamberlain's

or its expense. Eubanks, W. R. croup and can always be relied upon. L. Mathlas A. Fleming inspectors; J. I.. Pain Balm acts on this same princi- FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Sec. 4. That any person or corporation i Forbes. Pat. McCallum, clerk.
failing or refusing to place the said I Grimes Thomas. For sale by all druggists. Precinct No.--9-J. Gilmore. M. Stur- ple. It is an antiseptic and when applied -

electric wires hi conduits. underground, in Hataway, A. B.iohnso. divant J. FUtmgim, Inspectors; P.-!4. to such injuries, causes them to
said territory. within the time hereinbefore Joseph.' Johnson C. X Prichett. clerk heal very quickly It also allays the OF PENSACOLA. FLA.Designated ,
limited. or any person or corporation Johnson. J. J. Johnson. 'A. J. FRESH SHRIMP AT Precinct No. 10-J. T. Rigsby Burgess
after said time erecting or maintainingany Lee J. B. Lynch, J. W. Bryars X .1.. Ward,. iaspectorsr A. T. pain and soreness and prevents any I
wires. posts or other structures within Mancille J. B. Mttchell.J F. JOE ROTH'S. PHONE 154. Rice clerk.Precinct. danger ,of blood poisoning. Keep a Depositary of the United State*. '
said territory for the transmission of Malone W. C Mitchell John F. No. 11-J. W. Emmons. W. C. bottle .of Pain Balm In your home
electricity except as permitted by Section Martin, M. F. Martin Charles.HcCurdy ., Williams W.".L. J41ms. inspectors; J. .B. and it will .
1, shall, upon conviction be fined Twen- : Mark. ) Win. Sr. Stewart. clerk. save you time and money, '
McCurdy Peevish Children. W. H. Knowles. President W. K. Hyer Jr.. Vice-President and Cashier.
ty-five J2500) per day for each day of McCurdy. George McCurdy., J. K Precinct No. 1-1. N. Andrews. W. L. not to mention the inconvenience and l '
the continuance of such failure or refusalor McCurdyW. Ml,.Jr. McCurdy.'G. W. Peevlshness in a child Is not always Moyer. F. F. Bingham Inspectors; C. E.T suffering such injuries entail For Thos. W. Brent Ass't Cashier- W. N. Roberts .....f CaahUr., '

of the continued existence of such McCurdy. Jack. McCullen. J. M. of bad temper. If the Ill humoror Wilson clerk. sale by all Directors F. C. Brent. W.A- BlDunt W. H Knowles, W. K. Hyer.Jr. '
I a sign druggists.
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lCanL Jaa f'"L
wires. poles or other structures, aboye > -nlnn M iQ.'T'bnc \ff- D. G. Brent.
II Newberry, W. T.. Newberry. J. W. '''' V' "- -
ground.Sec. I Pur\ls, W. A. Purvis,J. T. restlessness continues for some time Clark Otto White Inspectors; Julius

5. That all ordinances or partsof Renfroe. H. H. Randolph, Jas., In spite of the usual admonitions see Menko, clerk. FRESH SHRIMP AT -- -
in conflict herewith be and B. ,
ordinances Richardson. George. Reeves J. H. Precinct No. 14-Sos. Brown Dixon -'
the same are hereby repealed., Robinson L. H whether the child is feverish or shows Reed Sr., John O'Brien Inspectors; Abe JOE ROTH'S. PHONE 154. I
10 ISO .
Passed October -
Danieis. clerk. -
Steele. E. F. other signs of illness. If the "bad
Approved October 12. 1906. Taylor, J. A. Precinct No 15-T. S. Caro Phil Sanchez "- .
CHAS. H. BLISS White Alsthi. Williams, B. 7. temper" lasts overnight' consult a doctor James Whitehead. Inspectors; J. E. DISSOLUTION NOTICE. -
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Attest: Mayor. Precinct No. 21. the next day. Riera clerk. C.W. LAMAR Puldellt. JOHN PFEIFFEK. Assist*! CMV! rJ. ,-
C. E. MERRITT. Clerk. Bonifay. E. G. Bell. John A. Precinct No. 16-H. H. Batcher Luke Notice Is hereby give.n that the H.E.CLARK.ViM-PresUtnt and CMhlw. .***OIEws.Atdilaat CvM*. '

Boon Alfred.. Bradley Clarence. Flowers, Jas. Hubblrd inspectors; W. B. firm .of Dailey & Moore, proprietorsof

AN ORDINANCE. Busbee :Uancm. Bowman. W. A. Petting Colon. Hubblrd.Precinct clerk.No. 17 J. E Spoon, A. W. the Pensacola Tea & Coffee Company .

Entitled An Ordinance to Levy Ad Copas. GeoDunaway.. W.. E. Carrol. N. In setting colon if you use two tablespoonfuls Majors Hiram Suggs. Inspectors; T. N. have this' day Oct. 2-4. 1906, by THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK III

Valorem Taxes For the Year of 1906. Mat. of alcohol one tablespoonful Adams, clerk. mutual consent dissolved partnership, ,
Bach
18 J. W. Bowman J. A. :
the and Council Precinct No. '
Be of it the Ordained City of by Pensaeola.Mayor. Florida. ; Finch.' J.. H. of_ turpentine_ In three gallons Williams. H. C. Johnson inspectors; T. R. -C.> Moore" retiring from the busi. 0' f ACflLA. ILL, } .

Section= 1. That there U Hereby levied I Garrett. Wm. Goodlett.sam. of cold water ana put the garment J' Cushion. clerk. ness which will be hereafter conduct.

upon all taxable real estate the In the limits Henderson.Henderson Mathew.F. M. Henderson Henderson J M R.F. In a china Jar, letting it remain Precinct E. No.A. 19 Hall-A. B.inspectors FUllnghn; J.F. M.B. ed by W. G.' Dailey. All accountsdue Opera House Building.
all personal
Wood.
of the city and upon Noah W. Henderson.' D. safd! firm will be paid to W. O.
property in the said city or owned by Hopkins for twelve hours, It will set the most Cooper clerk. DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES.
persona; residing in the said city the Hau..Henry. Henderson M. E.Hannan. colors. Precinct No. 20-W. M. McCurdy. M. Dailey and he will assume and pay DESIGNATED
delicate
following taxes for_the year of 1906: Jennings, Dock.C. F. F. Martin. Bill Ne berry. Inspectors; all liabilities of. ,the firm of Dailey & CAPITAL STOCK '$200,060. SURPLUS #0m '
For the purpose of the General Fund. a Mark McCurdy. clerk. ,, Moore. .
(SV4- mlKs. Lacy AddisornLambert, R. E. starched Precinct No. 21-John Ben E. Hen
tax of five and Mend clothes. especially
one-quarter Fund,,tot the of Long:J. W. Lee W. F., Jr. derson. J. A. Patterson. Inspectors; C. R. W. O. DA1LBT. DIRECTORS.
For the Police purpose
Lewis. J. M.Madge. Lott. W.-C. before sending them to the laundry
for protection a tax of ones Vaughan clerk. R. C. *OORE. .
police
providing one (1) mill. W. AMarks., Samuel. so that when they are returned Precinct No. 2-W.. )L Bowman E. N. Henry L. Covtagton. Frank Reilly, F. E. Brawncr.C. ,'
andImprovement }.I ull ns. J. M.McKlnnon .: Jernigan J. H. King, inspectors; W. H W. W. I '
For the Street Fund for the repairs Alex. McGuire, Ralph. clean and nicely folded there will be clerk. J. M- Pfeiffer 8, Rose-ace Lamar

sod Cnd.tb : ,parks a tax squares of one Patterson. J. H. Price, Ed. no need to disarrange: and crumple Mayo precinct No. 23-H. a Kenum D. W. Bryan Duimedy T. F. McGourfn, J. R. Saunders" -' : 4 -
and crossings <1-.) mills. Rouse. C. A. Pierce. P. J. Bowman. W. J. Kellum Inspectors; B. J A. M. /.'iery, .J W. H. Milton 0. E. Mavra,

For one-quarter the purpose of paying the Intereston hockney, J.'P. Sweat. T. A. them for mending_purposes. Seymour clerk._ COFFEE. W. L CaithoD, Dr. W. J. Hannah, McKcnzic OerUngM. ;
the bonded debt and creating a sink- Trammell. J. D. T}>ompson. Steven.Tompkins. C. M. Covington. E. CUrluttltt 11 'I-
R.,O.TIppin. Tompkins Alonzo; stretch waking In AIcji fttcGowfn
ing fund for the payment of the principal > A good long upon An Awful Cough Cured. .. :

sum of the bonuad debt, '-a tax of two Underwood.. A. C.Samuel. tie morning Is excellent exercise with "Two years ago our' little girl hada ) tejatt Uxa for nut if JUC \\Ui nut V SA die year rrinte tptrtaeaila "
and one-half mills.
(Z%) W. R. Yaushn C. R. which to begin the which left her of ,
day. eastoaen.
Sec. 2. There is hereby levied upon Vaughn. Thos., Welch. J. M. i touch of pneumonia We are tbo Pioneer tQUBsctlfln_for the ccnvenUBM
all the taxable real estate in the limits ofsaid WilUams, with an awful cough. She had
W. J..
city situated not more than two William. spells of coughing Just like one with Coffee Roasters of FovrpercefltIntSrSStPsIdOnTImSDePeSIt5. .
Precinct No. 22. ,
thousand feet from the nearest fire hydrant -
and upon all the personal propertyin W. ILBrantley, J. M.Barrfck. the whooping cough, and some Florida.McHUGH'S -a-
Bowman. West .
the city or owned by persons residingin Brown. W. F. E. W. The Publisher'sClaimsSustained thought she would not get well at I .:. r1.te'i

the city for the purpose of the tire Browder Jno. Black. W. J. alL We got a bottle of Chamberlain's : -
fund. to provide for the protection of the
Browder. L. S. Barker-J. Remedy which acted<
city from fire, a tax of two (2) mills. Cough
Bradley, 2. R.
Sri:. 3. This Ordinance shall take effect Craunell Butler. j., George B. E. Coneway. ,W. S.Carter like a charm. She stopped coughing !' THE CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK
BLEND
upon Its passage and approval. D. M. and got stout and fat, writes Mrs.
Sec. 4. All ordinances or parts of ordi- .
B. Dunlap. D. C. Brubaker I1L This
Bussard
Dole Ora .
lances in conflict with this ordinance aretereby I PENSACOLA
.. Davis L. D.
Diamond. J. 1. sale by all druggists.
for
remedy is
repealed.Passed 0 -
Franklin. M. W. UNITED STATES ,COURT OF CLAIMS

Approved October October 10 1,!.1808 1908 Green. James B.. Hudson. B. J. The PubUverS of Webt tw'* international have no equal. Atria, A General Banking. Business Conducted on a Safe and ConitrvatiV r


CHAS. IL BLISS Hinnan. A. E. J. D. Dictioaary allege toat i t"is,in actthe popular Real Estate Transfers. Basis. : 1
Attest: Mayor.C. Hous Edward A Hinley F. C. Unariridged thoroughly re-edit dinererr will convince the con -
E. MERRITT Clerk.In Hall. W. L. Hecker, .' detail,and vastly enriched lneverypsrt..with Solicited-R. M. Bushnell. Cashier. t tM
W Jr.
Jeter R. R- Jeter. J. the purpose<.I adapting it to meet tbe largerand Following Is a list of the real estate noisseur that we Correspondence _
EsTi-nbia County Circuit Court. Jernigan. E. N. ,Jeter, J. W. severer requirements of another gene.'a. transfers recorded yesterday furnished by
State of Florida-fai Chancery. D Hale Jernigan. B. C.Jeter., O. E. tiOB." the Pensacola Abstract Co.: extravagant
Wilson5.. Frank Brantley and Nancy Jones J. H. We are of the opinion that this aKe? t'on! 4 DEEDS. mekt no :

lirantiey his wife-Foreclosure of Mort- I ti b.w'\l: Lee.Mayo J., J.R.L. most work clear.y that has and beta accurately" !-Tisbcd describes and the the Thos. C. Watson to Fair RiversLo claims.
eccomi Bonds.
No- TractUOOOO.E'11l1y
'age.beOn A,Monday D the 5th day defendants.of I Movlan. A. N. :Mitchell. W. H. result that has bee:!reached. The Dictionary. 28 1n block 137. East King Fair Rivers-Lot City of Pensacola Improvement
1906, the to
McCasktll N. B. as it now stands bss been thoroughly re- C Wright
Frank, .prantky and Nancy Bnntley are McDavid..'Glide.McDowell. Q. C. Mayo :M. edited In evcr-detaiJ.baa been corrected in hand west % of lot 12. block 38. East Denomination, $1 000.00 each. Dated January lit, 190C. Maturing' January lit, -
to appear to the bill filed against of Tarragona St.- Jan. lit 1926. Interest Payable Semi-Annually.'
east Ret Redeemable
ll 1936.
them O'Gwynn. J. C. every part,and is admirably adapted to meet King Tract. Wholesale and .. .
herein. TO PRIOR SALE 't
This order to be publishedonce 1 Geo. the larger and severer requ j ments of a S20.00* WE OFFER FOR SALE THESE BONDS SUBJECT -
each week for eight consecutive Porter. ILBice..W.. P. generation which demands more of popular Leslie Eo Brooks to Mrs. Annie N.BerglunW IN AMOUNTS TO SUIT PURCHASER. :
T. '
in The Journal anew5Jarl'r Rober oOo block 22,
Pensacola lot 158
philological knowledge than any generation st of
published la said Kscambian Renfroe M. W. P.. that the world has ever coutaii:et.: Old City-$6..OO. of Pensacola
N. Bank
n, .. W-A. M- McMillan, Uerk Circuit Strickland.: Geo.L.. E. It is perhaps needless to add that we referto Augusta CrosbY to Clyde E. Wilson- GROCERSaod The Peoples ,
*" By I G. D. C. Pensala Taylor and E S feet of
*, Aymard, J. B.Wilnelm. .' the dictionary ia our Judicial work as of South 10 feet of lot> 24
-Co Fla; 8 of Feed
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T.Woodruff.. H..A. ; and that in the futnrstuiithepasUtwill $100.00 and oth considerations. all kinds ,
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NOTICE. White. W. De the : of All .
fioorce constant refereuue.LAWUEifcS C. E. :Merritt to Sarah A. Dunwody- 'f.
Is hereby gen that a meeting of the Precinct.No. 23. OUELES CoJO': :: QW;__ of block 380. New City Tract-n.00 and Stuffs. -
rfaOl'kholders] of the Pensacola & Mobile a'a A a ...... '
R. lL \TOD03 considerations.Ann .
will Bowman. D Vft Barrow, other .. y.
Manufacturing Company JOHN I.ATIX J. C. Pebley-West 40
H. D. Brown. C. i.Gaines. Mullen to
n held on the 7th day of November. A. Barrow, Chavers, J. T. STAN"tri t. of East % Of South H Of lot 3, -.
feet
". 5- at 10 o'clock aUthe officeS J. S. caAEs 'li ..OO TIr 1 == ,
a. m Numbering-$ '
Belmont
P. A. of
the uthern States Lumber Company Creamer J. J. Cooper -.... block 16, ,

the City of Pensacola. Florida. Creamer P. W. Gilmore J. A. The 1xK.ffm. to TFEBSTEZTS and Pensacola other cons Investment derat10ns.Co.. to T. L. Pluto Water in savings bank at 4 .

F. F. BINGHAM- KUlam.etf J- .Kelley J. DKlllanv INTERN : DICTIONARY Barrineau and J. D- Trammel Jr.-All I' money a
p ensaj Secretary.Fla Kelley. W. T. J- W. fractional section Tp 1 S. R 30 W. 91 the Pensacola Home and Sav .
12 1906. oaw4w .
Oct. : J1.00 and other considerations.Sick
Kimmons. W J.' I I acres-
:
Mobley. J.J.. X THE GRAND PRIZE Wholesale and RcUil will issue you paid-up stock

Powell. A. :M. (the h ijrfcen award)'was pivea to t>-e Internv Headache Cured.
HICKS'CAPUDINE Renfroe. M W. P.' weal at the World Fair.S-Louis. Sick headache is caused by derangement bearing, interest at 5 per cent. per annum, pay
B. F. i
:" R. J. Stevens,
eymoure
"fVili\Om"l\ GET THE LATEST AND BEST of the stomach and bj In D : able semf-annually. ?c 4

: L. ___ digestion. Chamberlain's Stomachand New Orleans Grocery < -O. DeSIUVA. A. OREENHUT, J. 1. *...*. *. 84..CAY, --4 [
IJ Liver Tablets correct these disorders Vk.PreIdeflt Treasurer. ecrt\at1.' :
I. W. M. J. Scott supervisor of regis- Tbu via be intmsted Lacer $ President. *.
: and effect a cure. By taking a..hut Known' Her. V.Clubbs fI
CURES ration: In and for the county of Escam- pccuncn ,sniJrco.G.&C.MERRIAM Director-H. a De&Hva A. ;
poffes
;.a, state of'l1orida, do, hereby certify -J; these tablets as soon as the first indication Jas. McHugh C. H. Dorr O. E. Maura *rt Cahn. ." 1rl
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.. ALL ACHESAad at the above is a correct list "of all CO.. VDS1't of the disease appears the 41 SOuth Palate. -- -

NcrTdalMSbllc .. ic qualified voters to ;said county to be warded oft For sale aa'T .- '. ... : . . .
election. November .PUSLISHTRS. attack may 105. ProprIetor.iiiiiiiiiiiii. .. .. .. .. .. .."' .... ..
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end construction |incomes are maintained! mortgagesprotected
supply company.
Greenville-$4,000 sewer
oil companr.1 Emporla-55,000 telephone system. debts secured undeveipoed!
Winchell-$10,000
: | enterprises guarded business rendered
i. El Paso-$100,000 Iroa and machine Interior-$23,000 lumber company.
investments gtven
safe permanent
Alexandria-$5,000 electric supply .
company. ,
value and capital preserved.< pol.cy
i DubIin-$10OOO mattress factory.- company.I StonyCreekLumber milL I t|fin THE EQUITABLE does all) this,
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Roanoke-$100,000\ construction Buena Vista-$10,000 creamery and
.v. ice ter Tour death. Send us ,your name ,
! + C01.'I'lny. company. ego and address.KNOWLES .
Rkf.aIa.nds-FiOOOO lum jr com-

Norfolk-$25,000 amusement company
BROS.. ,Insurance T ;
; $50,000 manufacturing com- pany. 1I
pany; $50,000 manufacturing com= :Hansonville-Telephone system. 1t
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fence .Fredericksburg $50,000 supply
pany; $150,000 wire cloth and
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company. Alabama l
Floyd-$20,000 flouring milL I.
West Virginia. LAND COMPANYManufacturers 'I.I
I I : Clarksburg-$350,0uu coal company. : :
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Oak Hill-$100,000 coal. land '
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Torments.. of Tetter layed.and Eczema AI-. I THE HABERDASHER 1

The eczema intense tetter itching and like characteristicof skin dis- Coal and Wood 222, S. Palafox. 1 e

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tases is instantly allayed by applyingChamberlain's =---- iE
+ I Salve and'many severe it
cases, have been permanently cured I
by' its use. For sale by all druggists. We deliver Ice. Coal. Charcoal and JACKSONVillE E
Wood
<< anywhere In the city.i We can
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NINETEEN FINED FORSHOOTING supply y -in-any quantity; ,and our rt rr
"CRAPS.",service Is always. promptsSteam CARNIVALNovember 1
; and Dom tlc:Coat.
{ I N eteen'negroes, all caught in a'i Wood Cut Any Size. ft
raid by the police early: yesterday i, 5-10, 1906. i
morning on a work car of the Louis
"ville & Nashville. were lined $7 and E. G. 'S WALL,
costs in the municipal court yester- SEABOARDAIR
I Phones 614363. 26 N. .
i. clay morning for shooting "craps," Tarragona St.
and one was taxed $100 additional '" LINE RAILWAYANNOUNCES
- / for carrying concealed weapons. A RATE OF 4

ERESH SHRIMP ATJOE'ROTH'S. ONE FARE 1
HURRY CALLS FOR
PHONE 154, Plus 25 'cents to Jacksonville and return 1
Copyright 1906 for the Public, and one cent per mile ,
Tb.Ho...of Kup *n".I- NOTICE. LAUNDRYcan for Military Companies and Bra$>
polling for the Bands.' Rates apply from all.AgencyStations
Toe places general
on Seaboard In Florida.
l?, FORM FITTING.Notice election of November 6, will be be best attended
; places usually used, except in product SALE.
the form-fitting: lines to by: the DATES OF
No4, where the
which are more decided in this. voting place
,, :: season's Coats ban heretofore. will Be) at John Yatesr store. BIGGEST November 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9.
/ Drop In today and try one on. A. XL MCMILLAN, 1
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Clerk Board County Commissioners.ZToctlwk. ': .
r guarantee of quality ._ BUSIEST Final Limit All Tts; November 11
; i $16 to $27.50-Less ';_, I 1906..
Sir Knights Attention BEST. / -
15 Per Cent. '
Can on your ticket agent.
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'' mandery NO.1. Knights S. C. BOYLSTON Jr.
The. Star
Templar 7:30 p. nu, Steam A.'t Gen.crtlstJitE.JAS..F. .
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