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Title: The Pensacola journal
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Language: English
Publisher: Mayes & Co.
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
Creation Date: November 7, 1906
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=1. Notwithstanding the ,Fact: ,that TERRIBLE TRAGEDY IN Returns Received Ink ......'e .

Hearst Will C rry'Y'N. the Election of Hon. \\3., i :
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IEE8 A NEW YORK ELEVATOR Pope Reese. \ :


City by a Majority : R City bv g ooo \\\iL; I I'

Two rv Men[ Slink Immense Wheat, Pit as Tl1.o.gh.in
: FAVOR DRlINAGoGood -

S.. Eighty Thousand., : I .: I 4 '; I Quicksand and lOne Was Smothered Before He
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NEW MEXICO .IS FOR .i Could Be Taken Out. Majority in Favor of j.Broward's

L 'BULLETiNS' FROM Throughout the State JOINT',STATEHOOD *I

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SMALL M OffiCES This Year. i- By Associated Press. #I I By Associated Press. worker went to his assistance. He

VARIOUS .PARTSOFTHECOUNTRY. Albuquerque, N. M., ,Nov. 6.3? New York- Nov. 6.-Patrick Dolan, I threw aTOpe to Dolan which the lat
H- Partial returns, _from seven 9I I he
foreman of the grain handlers In the ter seized so desperately that '
USUAL ACTIVITY AROUND POLL.
7t counties out.of twenty-five give & drew Amazi Into the pit. -
: CHAIRMAN ,WOODRUFF, CONCEDES joint statehood majority of elevator of the Wm. Baird Company Other workmen who had been to ING PLACES WAS MISSING AND

'. DEMOCRATIC I two thousand. Reports thus of Brooklyn fell into'a pit containing lunch now heard, the outcries, but
NEW YORK CITY TO *. far .received indicate the territory 3,000 bushels of wheat yesterdajr. both men had: disappeared when they COMPARATIVELY LITTLE INTEREST .

HEARST CLAIMS ELECTION I'I HEARST BY 80,000 BUT CLAIMS will go for jointure ,four # The ....tle kernels, rolling against I reached the scene. A rush was made
to seven thousand. 'The .elec- MANIFESTED-SOCIAL
of which the
OF WHOLE-STATE. TICKET one another like,myriad eogs a for the chutes through
o.It BALANCE OF THE STATE FOR *. .tion of Andrews; republican, *I r great machine gripped his feet. his .grain is unloaded. and unfastening t
POLLED UNUSUALLY
Even Republican Papers New York Nov. 6.:-At 11:26 p., DL,I as delegate to congress is ing ankles, his legs, his knees, holding the covers the men let the wheat run ISTS
William JL Hearst claims; that the. HUGHES BY 110,000 MAJORITY. dicated. I I their-victim fast and":" drove him down into the street HEAVY VOTE IN THE CITY PRE ; ,

Concede Success of All whole state ,ticket isi undoubtedly : 'is; with a power than was Irresistible., Soon Amazio's body shot down the S .
elected as shown 'by returns heretofore I i f. "" < lets But held back. Special to The Journal. and with every step the quicksands ter was dead having been smothered, ,
Hearst.
Not one' election district In "Big I I New York, Nov. 6.-The. Brooklyn griped him more firmly. He called but Amazio was still alive and will
Tim" Sullivan's district) the Eighth Eagle. which through the campaignhas I for help and Petro Amazio, a fellow- recover. The vote In the city.precincts was jas j\jt

ts had been received up to ,10:30: P.- m. been supporting Hughes for' governor SlOES follows: I ;
Complete Returns Not Avail- At 10:40 m. Hearst 'was at 8 o'clock says that It looksas Drainage Amendment: ,<: f't!
rl- 4 3,000 ahead p.of fully. though Hearst had carried Brooklyn Alab Lnmberman Died For .. .. .. .. .. ..' .. ... ..338 t :
able at Midnight. Hughes in, Brooklyn. J I by 1,500 and Greater New'York Against .. .. .. .. '.. .. .131 '' ,'
1Ei. LONGWORTH BE-ELECTED !by 60,000. The net republican lossesin State Senate: ,

THE BALANCE IN DOUBT 716 districts,outside of the city of CONFlUENT Under Circumstances Beard .. .. .. .. ... .'. .. ..636 "I
Strange
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l New York are '104,232. In these districts I Smith .. .. .. .. .."'.-. .. ..111 -
BROOKLYN ALL OF QUEENS Cincinnati, O.. NOT. 6.COngressman the total vote is: Hughes ISO- Legislature: -'
Longworth has been reelectedbut 226 Hearst Baggett .. .. .. .. :. '.. ..627
COUNTY AND PART OF STATEN ; 112,457. Mobile Nov .&-CL- Griffin a self In case any one molested him. Deason .. .. .. .. .. .. ..154
the balance
of the ticket is In In Manhattanand
the Bronx, 650 prominent lumberman .of Coffeeville, The negro did as he was told, and Dickson .. .. .. .. .-. .. ...122I -
ISLAND GAVE DEMOCRATIC-IN. doubt districts give Hearst 146.32J; ,Hughes Each Claimed New York Clark county Alabama, died this on his way back to the camp he I Reese '. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..423
LARGE REPUBLICAN 91,245. Chairman Woodruff ,bf the morning at 2:30 o'clock-.at the Providence heard a noise ahead of him, and seeing I I Jacoby .. .. .. .. . . :20! I I
DEPENDENCE LEAGUE CANDI. GAINS IN PHILADELPHIA Republican Executive Committee State Early;* in the Infirmary from a gunshot a figure fired a shot and awful All of the constitutional amendments .1
DATE GOOD MAJORITIES OVER claims that Hughes has 110,000'ma wound inflicted under stange circumstances was his' surprise when he discoveredthat carried in the city but the I

Philadelphia.. Pa... Nov.:' S.-Scatter- jority outside of the city and that Eye'ning. and ,with his, own pistol, yet he had wounded his employer" vote on the drainage question wa, t' i I
Hearst has carried Greater New in the hands of another The Injured hurried to his
THE REPUBLICAN STANDARD. ing returns from the city Indicate large York party. man was the largest. Only three county precincts i
republican gains as compared with by 80.000. It is practically ccuceded The wounded man was brought to home and after being examined by were heard from, viz: Century -, i
BEARER. that Greater New York will give Mobile Saturday' and taken to the the local physician it was decided to Pine Barren and Kupfrian'a ,-
last when Berry, the. fusion candidate -
year REPUBLICANS EXPRESSED GREAT above named where the send him to Mobile. t,
for state treasurer has iplurality' Hearst at least 90,000 plurality. institution I Park. Drainage carried at Century, 1
: best of attention was given It was' learned here to-day that t
surgical t
SURPRISE AT. EGAlriS MADE but there was a tie vote at both Pine
By Associated Press. in Philadelphia and 88,194 in I : him and: where dear'ones remainedat Griffin after he sent the negro to ,Barren and Kupfrian's. l
the state. Both sides claim victory., BY HEARST THROUGHOUT THE the bedside and in the with the to the ,
New York, Nov. According to night ,day hopeof spring pistol get The Election. I
t seeing his lire prolonged, but with- water went Into the woods, and on
incomplete returns Hughes Republican PATTERSON. ELECTED BY I ACTI0NOF STATE-SOME' 'iQr THE EARLY The general election in Pensacola I !
has been elected governorover out success. his return was holding a newspaperup and Escambia county passed off quiet ;
Hearst the Democratic and Independence TENNESSEE DEMOCRATS RETURNS. OnFriday morning at a very earlY loT front of him. and the negro, ly yesterday a small vote being polled I II

League candidate by an approximate Nashville, Nov. 6.-At eight o'clock -- hour. at one of the lumber camps of thinking it was some one trying to I in every precinct In the city and also [
plt.r-lity of forty thousand. Two the deaceased.: he sent a faithful negro I molest him. fired. I I in those In the country so far as
years ago Higgins, Republican! was I reports indicate that Patterson, democratic -: Special to The' Journal. servant, intci the woods to get Mr. Griffin's mother his sister and I heard from. Hon. R Pope Reese If I
elected governor by $0,560. for governor'.*has been elected:' R m NT New York. JCov. 6.-The returns from some water from a spring. At first brother were with him up to the time ,nominated In the place of Hon. Chas. .
'..ri Some doubt is expressed concerning by fifteen to-twenty: thousand L I' the elections in Kew York' state are coining the negro refused to go saying he I'of his death. The remains will be 11, Coston. deceased received a very
in and it .will be sometime
slowly
ity. was afraid, but Mr. Griffin pave himhis shipped to Coffeeville, Ala., tonightfor
)i! the state Independent and Democratic '< major-I' to-morrow before all have been received. flattering vote under such conditions
dctjpts jsereral Nqw York..pa, :; _, Both sM i a r* %ronMr rtriut tr-p result.* ...pistol and: told.- III! to defend him Interment and so far the returns indicate that -
papers-which have been supporting HUGH HANDEDV'ORK- Y, will be la their lavstalthough -the In the ie- --- only one precinct was pst JbJu him,.";'.-. ., a
IDAHO REPUBLICANSBoise With Relation Dismissal publicans express great surprise that No. 2, where theHSoclalistcandidate ,
Hughes, declaring the subordinate to gains made by Hearst At 1:30 o'clock being .
officers of the Independence-Demo 1" to-night the followng statements were Republicans ConfidentlyClaim polled'eight votes to the
cratic combination have been elected. Idaho", Nov} 6.-In Fremont!! of Colored Troops Un: given out; I Democratic candidate's 4. The amend. 1
county"the democratic challengers on Chairman Woodruff of the republican
The latest" figures indicate that ments to the constitution were car'rried t
- lluhes's! : plurality above the Bronx advice of the republican committee,i executive"As near committee as I can said figure: it out at I Election Hughes by good majorities. especially the '
win l exceed one hundred and sixteen were arrested In .all precincts, jailed I I precedented. the present moment Hearst has carried drainage amendment "- '
thousand while Hearst's plurality inGrt'ater and refused bait In Bannock county New York City by 80.000 plurality. There was some confusion and delay .
t the refused to administer the Hughes has carried Kings county by 5000. I In" in
the
judges i opening "polling places
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New York will probably beventvfiTe Hughes 'Will have ai plurality of more Associated Prets.. Senator has been '
By elected In
I Grady
to eighty thousand.In oath to those challenged and permit:I( By Associated Press. than 100.000 above the-Harlem river." ,*ew York, Nov. 7.-At I o'cloclthis the city yesterday morning, due In 1
Brooklyn where Senator McCar- ted them to vote. These are so-called Washington, Nov. 6.-Unprecedented Mr. .Ihm en. campaign manager for morning the republicans confidently the Nineteenth district several instances to inspectors and '

ren bitterly fought Hearst, the">latter Mormon' counties" where the demo- in ,the history of the army Is the Wm.-Front P Hearst present said indications: Hearst will claim the election of Hughes I The probability Is that Minnesota clerks chosen to serve failing to appear f'

r carried the borough by probably four crats sought to shut"out thVMormon action of the president in dismissingin .come down to the Harlem river with not for governor. This is probably correct has gone democratic. and necessitating others being
.. thousand. republicans by challenging them for morethan 30.000 majority. That meanshearst's chosen. This required time and In t
: .disgrace an entire battalion of ." although Hearst's managers saj r The republicans will hold the next t
Hearst has majority of alleged constitutional, disqualifications vleto:')' In doubt. safe precinct No. 15 it was a late hour be-
I. a nea.rlyseT.- colored troops because oftheir' failure the election is still congress by a majority.
j 1. nty account of their religious beliefs. Some Early Returns. fore the voting commenced. I
thousand in Manhattan and the on to disclose the identity of some ,
i Some'of the early returns from the ./The usual activity about the polling
() EQn I. of their number who
were guIlty of election are as follows:
Queens county, which inclules Long REPUBLICANS CLAIM, violence and murder. As evidence of I 'Jlom*,' N. Y.-Completes returns give I Ii Take Official Count 1 places was missing and during the
Will
eI Hearst 1926. Two )'t'ars' day only a few persons gathered ex-
Island City. vent for Hearst by six INDIANA STATE: TICKET his intention to be fair the president !i ago Hughes Hijgins 1730.'received 1945 and Herrick ,'cept those who came to cast their
t to
eight thousand, and Richmond
'Staten' Island) gives Hearst a plurality IndianapolisNov.., 6.-:The, republican accompanied his action by an'order !2123.Jamestown.:. N. Y.-Complete returns vote. The: workers always In evidence
IS which may amount to court martial .of : To Settle New York Contest
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I about the polls In this city in the
f* the result of scratching and State Organization :claims Indiana white with ,give Hughes 2981 Hearst 120S.Eimira. '
from thirty-eight to forty-five the officer'charged casting N. Complete returns give case of primary elections were con I,
tor the candidate under
different Toting? same thousand forth: state. ticket slurs on the colored troops. I Hearst SS4X Hughes 314$. Hughes car- spicuous by their absence and there e
party emblems .-by'181.majority
The action of the president followed -flea Corning, itcubencounty little
: were but few cards and literature
Returns for subordinate officers on : sad Geneva by !!07 majority. Net I Special to The Journal. The New York World at midnightsays '
the' various state tickets so complicated Claims Stu rt's Election. a report of the investigation 'republican loss in Elmira! 1,007. New York, Nov.. 6.-At 11:50 p. m. It looks as though most of the distributed. -
..' that tRey are unavailable to- Philadelphia, Pa., -Nov., 6.-Senator made by Brigadier General. Qarling- Rochester. N. Y.-Comple returns give Leader Murphy, Tgmmany Hall, is- democratic ticket with the exceptionof But for the interest centering in
Penrose at 11" p. m., tonightclaims ton relative to the riotous disturbance I Hearst 13,357. Hughes 17626. statement1saying that it will be elected the amendments to the constitution
Eight-! Medina. N. Y.-Orleans county,complete sued a was Hearst and Chair
the election of' Stu 'rf, the ''republican that, occurred at Browsville, Texas, 'gives Hughes 2432 plurality. clear to everyone that Tammany had man Ihmsen,of the Hearst campaign and the fact that a new nominee of

REPUBLICAN WEATHERIN candidate for governor, by 100,000. majority. August 13, resulting in the death vof i Essex county has gone republican by done nothing more 'than to recognizethe committee says that only an official I the party was to be voted upon for
.. one and wounding of another cltizVnGeneral i 2500 and Clinton county by 2404LSot representative to the legislature the
NEW YORK STATE election districts outside of New demands of the people. count will settle the matter.
vote would have been -
Garlington recommends ,that i Hughes 137.261 Hearst probably even p
York City give
New York. Nov. 6.-Election day Republicans Claim Ohio. I I every member of companies B-. C, D, 117.278. i lighter. '
*!as ushered in with weather conditions Columbus, 0., Nov. Chairman twenty-fifth Infantry .serving at Buffalo, N. Y.-The Courier concedes I The Socialists have probably a
all that could be desired. The Dick of the Republican committee,at Brownsville, be discharged/and dis- I rality that Erie of 1500.Johnstown county. will give Hughes a plu-i Believes that the: Drainage :heavier rote in the city than at pre-.

air was clear and crisp but it was 10 o'clock to-night'claims the-elecUon barred forever from r- I listing'or N. Y.-Hearst has carried I I vions elections but with this their' -
sot i cold enough! to bring any personal of the entire republican ticket by serving In civil capacity, under the this city; Higgins carried it at the last!, ,I nominees received only a compara.I -
election. Amendment Has Been Carried tively small number of votes.
discomfort Election officers wereat pluralities exceeding ,50,000. government. At 'i m. Mr. Hearst said: "The :
p.
their posts:;; before 5 o'clock making I ,- The president orders report from few telegrams 1 have received are very: J'
readyfor the voting which began at BartholdTTin the Lead. I Cot Wnu L. Pilcher regarding a statement encouraging and I believe I will win. I TOTAL VOTE '

I) K The polls will close at 5 o'clock I St. Louis, Mo., Nov. 6-South! St attributed him. by the press re expected itis3ed.200,000.While but the if this figures is cut are 1 shall fluctuating Special to 'The Journal. favorabl by the people of the state. AT CRESTVIEW ,

) this afternoon. Louis; ret l11S. Indicate that Bartholdthas i flecting on the .negro troops. i i be there is absolutely no reason why Jacksonville Fla, Nov.-.-At 11:30p. The governor however, was confident
, Voting in the city. it Is said. will I a large 'plurality for congress.. i i the estimates made"public a few days ago: m., Governor N. B. Broward made that when the returns had all been Crestriew, Nov. 6.-Following Is
) o* somewhat, slower than usual beCause i should b* changed. county will the statement that returns so far received -received there would be a good margin the vote at this precinct to-day
)) of the huge blanket sheet ticket Giilett. for Governor.San I C. 0. P. 'GAINSONE I give Clean Hughes N -Y.about Cattaraugus 2SOO majority. Two I were Insufficient upon which to over the necessary number of!I Lamar 37. Whitfield 57. Parkhlll 37
? and the num-erous can idates. The Francisco Nov 6.-Returns-in ] Higgins 5080. the I. Blitch 35. Burr 35 Beach 1.
., years ago it gave I base an opinion as to whether or not votes to carry measure The
tl fneral ballot has ''thirt1'! ine names dicate theelection'' of. Giilett' ,for governor The Herald's flashlight gives the election the state of i the amendment relative to draining opinion prevails in this city that the I For drainage amendment 35, against
, >n !It and.there.Is, besides, a long list by a large majorty.r i SEAT CONGRESSBy .as doubtful but sinai indicates Imajonty. I II the everglades had been voted upon amendment has carried. I drainage amendment 0.
by a
of) candidates: for justices of the supreme --" Hughes .:: For amendment relating to salaries -

court. Returns from up-state )atterson Will Win. I I of justices supreme court 9. -
II Ir prohably'vHl be much more rapid }Memphis* Temu Nov' ; :6. Incomplete II Against amendment relating to salaries -
than usual as voting machines have .returns from 48 .out.of 36 counties Associated Preis. Democrats Gained Three '. of justices supreme court, 1!.
I I, "ren installed In many cities and 'In this'state give Patterson, democratic -, Lo isville. Ky., Nov. 6.The only I! HUMAN fOOT 1,I The following vote was cast for
towns The vote in Erie and Monroe t candidate for-governor, 17,247 change in the Kentucky delegation in House i county officials: Richbourg for rep J

Counties should'be among the first re- ,majority. II congress will be- in the third district 1 Seats in the Lower I resentative. 35; Anderson for assessor
('('hed. where the republicans apparentlygain j I :36: ; McCrimmon, for collector,
During the day there has been a Results in Kentucky I a seat. The representation I 36: Morris for treasurer. 31: mat -
steady stream" of prisoners from the Louisville. Ky., Nov, Incomplete I therefore will be eight democraticand IN A SEER worth for commissioner, 36: Neal for
lulling places to police courts. In returns from all parts of the tate Indicate I: three republican congressmen. Special to The JournaL bama 9; Arkansas 7; Louisiana 7; I commissioner.: 34: Laird for commissioner. .
r-early every case in the first three the nomination! !t!c rary and I The returns from the democratic Chicago Nov. Dispatches received -Georgia 11; Mississippi 9; Texas '16; ] 18; Steele for rommlsBloner

I hours however, the prisoners proved Hays by small majorities.'later returns -, primary indicate the nomination of up to 9:15 p. m. show that the Florida 3; Virginia ,. 16; EoltoTi for commissioner, 24:

, their right to vote and were permitted maT change the senatorial race.I McCreary. the present tncz.mbentfor I republicans have elected 114 congressmen I The democrats' gained one district'I i Fountain for commissioner, 11: Ward<<
to go back and deposit their bal In the first congressional district, United States senator over, Governor Surrounds Iln Maryland, one in Illinois and one for commissioner' 32.
81.
lots.John Ollie M. James was re-elected: in the I Beckham by 8,000. I Complete Mystery and the democrats New Jersey and the republicans' A very light vote was polled.DRAINAGE"WINS" .

D. Rockefeller was among the second A. 0.. Stanley democrat was I The governorship race is very close The democratic, figures include Ala-i one In Kentucky. IJ I
earit: voters.' ne reached the pollingpines re-elected; In the fourth Ben Johnson i Hager having a slight lead over Tragedy at Birmingham l

\ in Sixth avenue at 8:20o'clockand was elected and in the fifth Shirley Hayes. AT MILTON

later.'Wht,deposited his ballot two minutes democrat. was r lecied.* Rhinock.Kerapbell ,! Alabama. DRAINAGE SEEMSTO /FULL DEMOCRATIC
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and Helm* were ejected In j I Soectal to The journal.
do you thing of the election the sixth seventh and ighth districts DEMOCRATS WININ TICKET ELECTED : Milton Nov. 6-The drainage I
DEfEATED
he iasked as he was leave respectively. In the eleventh districtD. By Associated Press. amendment! carried in Milton! by a
inc.. the polling place. C. Ed wards.",republican' :was elect- Birmingham. NOT 6.-Workmen today I vote of 63 to 2?. and It also carriedIn
hone for the best replied Mr. ed. Results in the -third: ninth and OKLAHOMABy found a human foot encased In a Special to The Journal. Montgomery Ala, Nov. 6.-The Advertiser Kapdad T>v a vote of 9 to 8. There
Rockefeller as he stepped into his tenth are still in doubt ,neat shoe In the county sewer near Jacksonville Nov. 6. (9 p. m.)-All says that a full state and were no contests on any of the county
automobile and( was whirled away. :Brighton. Ten days ago the trunk of i democratic candidates were elected county ticket has been elected, offices and a light! vote was polled

Hughes Voted Early. 20,000 for Hughes. !a human body was found at a septic I without opposition. The proposition throughout Alabama and that an throughout Santa Rosa cOQn*,.
'barlec E. Hughes; Republican can- New York'Nor, 6.The World says Associated Press. plant at the end of the sewer near j ji advocated by Governor Broward to overwhelming majority has been
.!Ate for governor voted shortly be- the indications 'are that Hearst has I Guthrie. Okla., Nov. 6.-The constl-i Bessemer and two days later fragments drain the everglades seems at this given to the democratic congressmenIn ONE CARRIED, -

fort s o'clock in an Amsterdam ave- sixty thousand plurality: ,in '. lion of the new State of Oklahoma : of arms were discovered. A I II hour, to be defeated.MILLIGPN every district the majorities are .
Er.e! barber shop. Mr. Hughes! walk- New York and that Hushes Greater'l will be written by democrats as the I manhole was found loose near where! larger than ever before. THE OTHER LOST -

pa down from his home In West End down to the Bronx with eighty thousand Chairman of the Democratic Committee :the foot was discovered to-day and GOES '

venue. He was greeted with a cheers plurality. asserts there will be at least i a large stone rolled Into the sewer at: STRONG'AGAINST I'I Special, Nov toTie G.-TJae 41.t-nL t tT-: 'J'''''' Joi.resttICV
he apDmached the polling place seventy-eight democratic delegates In I that point suggesting that the body: FOR DRAINAGE amendment ran-fed$ In ti'i': ,t
*nd greeted the Inspectors polling Warner EIK ed. the convention. The republican managers was'thrown into it at that point and DRAINAGE ',
byaroterf5to'.r'e TIP : m-
wrkR an4 watchers with a cheering Detroit Nov.- 6.-Gov. Warner and admit that Oklahoma has weighted down. The coroner's jury Special, Nov to 6.The-The JournaLyUltgan vote at M1T- Cottondale! Nov. 6.-This 'meat increni'g t1M .1 ... ,
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the republican.state are to the in- irecl1ct.I.'I
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morning. proven great disappointment. The will meet tomorrow 15 IIcoteGZ3fcrtoLa.L--*- -- I ; .
thedralnage amendment was No. gives only one vote nr.1'PJn' r-rrt : IS
Mr. by sixty to one hundred thousand affair Is a ligan on 11Hi
Hughes : complete
No.
was given ballot : Indians of the Indian Territory'gener.' vestigation. It The seems deepening. 2:: for and ,3 against drainage amendment to 25 against It., ,
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friends. We have Had It not been for the Invasion of i
the railroads In the Southwest Can
the famousEASTMAN nonball Green,would have been a milionaire -
Uxiay. As it Is he is a Cad-
do county Oklahoma farmer, who
KODAKranging was recently appointed a school land
appraiser ly Governor Frank Frantz.
t
r 1C but he is also one of the most Inter
in prices esting as well as one of the most

from $1.00 to, $40.00. writes unique a character Bridgeport in correspondent the Southwest of,

a al Corrje in and ask us the St. Louis Globe-Democrat. He
about them. If drove the stage lines on the old overland
L fn ; you California routes when the

I have one already, let guards had to keep the'IndIans away.
us furnish with As drive and owner of several linesof
you stages, however he was an adept

,, supplies. and always brought hIs business
-
through without any serious? losses
"Zaza" Tonight. tune, fame, for the sake of any man. from depredations by the Indians.In
f The Gem Book Store
George B. Hunt will present Zaza" She doesn't care for she loves and Is the early days-shortly after
and Alias Mabel :Montgomery at the loved, and what is there In the world California began to boom-Green took
opera house tonight. I outside of her adored Bernard? Cas- Phone 23>-218 .& Palafex. the prize at the Sacramento fair as -
It is by Pierre Berton, and vas cart isn't so sure about Bernard. Why the best stage driver. There were
originally produced at the Vaudeville ] these constant absences? Business, many entries. The express companiescame GI
Theatre, Pari: with Mme., Rejane in she says. Nonsense, he says. If thatis the most magnificent on tour and thisis np with their fine teams and /
the title role, where it ran through an! all, why doesn't he take her to supplemented by electrical light coaches, the railroad companies had
entire' season. The American rights* Paris, No, it's another woman, either effectswhich are the newest Inven- entered their teams and drivers, who Ito
were secured by Mr Charles Froh- wife or mistress, who Is there. She tions of New York stage producers.This raz in connection with the various
man and in conjunction with )Ir. Da won't believe it. Of any other man, engagement takes place at the railway lines, and many an old timer F
'rid Belasco was produced with Mrs. yes, but not her Bernard. But Cas- opera house on Thursday, NOT. 8. was there, too, with his overland g OU
Leslie Carter.as "Zaza": in which part cart succeeds so well in rousing her coach but Cannonball Green carried GR
she scored the artistic hit of her career jealousy and lashing it into madness away the honors. He was dressed asa -

having portrayed'the part over that at last she resolves on a sudden TRAINS RUNNINGON old stager, had.a bronco, team ani
1,000 times "2az," will have a departure for Paris to find out for was covered: with the red mountaindust.

strong cast;, there being; besides Miss herself. I After all the drivers had exhibited :, Eel
1>Montgomery twenty other players em- The next act is In Bernard's house FLORIDA KEYSNEW their best stunts with their w,
ployed In the telling of its story. "Zaza" has found out that he is mar :teams Green cut a figure 8 with 't -
"Zaza" is no ordinary woman. ried and she determines to go and r six horse team around the' judges'
Brought up in direct misery by a face the wife she considers her rival. I stand In such a manner aa to make
drunkpn aunt, sue is more familiar The wife Is oat for a walk. "Zaza" 'TRACK READY FOR OPERA- ever old timers hold their breach.. ,
with blows than caresses. She has will wait. Left alone she is nervous I' His Biggest Coup.
one honest friend, Cascart, a sort-of full of rage, her old Instincts have TION SOUTH TO JEWFISH Green's biggest coup as a stage -
stage manager at the music hall of come to the surface. "Wait until she I driver was during the opening of old m
the town in which Zaza"" lives.. By arrives that's ail" The door opens.In CREEK. Oklahoma: in-1&89. Tho.'Rock Island
his advice and tuition she has learned place of the wife it is Bernard's Railroad then ran only as far southas
enough: to make a. success on the child, Toto, who enters. The child- Pond Creek, Okla., a station at -
rtageand: she rapidly becomes a local ish prattle of Toto brings out all thatis The Miami Metropolis says: It can that time in the Cherokee strip. The

favorite. It is in this way that among gf1erous'and impulsive in the now be said that' the expected and in- Rock' Island made a contract' with Made Under V AWAIUUI\ QUALITYU.S.GOVERNMENT ,:.
many admirers she meets Bernard wretched woman's heart. She leaves tended has occurred-the Florida Green for transporting its passengers (
Dufrene. Bernard! speedily falls in the house without a thought :of the East Coast Railway is running trainson from the end of'fhe line over to the ITS EXCLUSIVE -
love and the feeling is mutual mischievous mission she came on. the Florida Keys. edge of old Oklahoma at |S each. IflflhIflI' 1
The second curtain goes up to find Some weeks No. 10 in-
ago engine The day the excursion started the
"
the two lovers at luncheon. Their at- "The Little Joker. tended for in INSPECTION OWN
use construction workon railway company wired Green that
tachment has lasted six months."Zua" The large supporting Mr.
now company
the keys arrived here would first ?
i from Sl 600 passengers be on the
is for she adores Dunn include such popular favoritesas
happy
very Augustine. This the train. It then that the job
morning same was seen
Bernard so much so that she has forsaken Mane Glazier, Jean Salsbury, Ann this-
engine and several 001. and flat cars was one of magnitude, but been /
her profession for him and has Dale Bessie Franklin Henry Leone, o
/
were sent down the main line to scoured the country and employed nahNe: /
refused all sorts of lucrative offers of Bert Merket Harry Burgess. Oliver
I :
Homestead thence farmer who had a or
south seventeen every wagon
engagement to be completely with Holden, Kittye Nelson and Louis I
him. There h only one cloud to her Christie, and in addition a line of I IBroadway's miles on newly constructed' track to buggy, and withthese together with
the coast at Jewfish creek. At that his stage line, he carried out the CIhi
dread of happiness, which is that Ber- most handsome "show '
nard has to come from Paris to see eirls" and a chorus of singing and II place they were loaded onto barges contract Its and ,
and ferried across the stream to Cannonball Green owned a stage purity.quality uniformity guaranteed by
her, and spends only two or three dancing girls petite and pretty enough Key
days a week in her company. Busi- to delight an audience anywhere on I Largo, the first key to be traversedby line, all through the West In the 1i..
ness, he says keeps him away and the continent. the extension, after the road early days, connecting with the San-
with her whole heart she readily believes The gowns are the latest fashionsof I leaves the mainland. I ta Fe, Colorado and Texas Panhandle;
him. The thought of another the costumers' art and are special Key Largo is twenty-seven' miles in When the boom struck western Kansas THE SOUTHERN COTTON OIL Co. F
woman never strikes her. As she has creations for Mr. Dunn's production of length, or this is the distance on ,it there was alJSz ,demand for hta;
wholly given herself, she expects un- "The Little Joker." I the extension tracks will cover. Practically s.tage lines; -Garden-City and Leot A
alterable devotion in return. Last but by no means least the all of the roadbed has beengraded were after him for a line connectingthe 11
r It is Cascartnho': disturbs this 1'scenic production is worthy of note. and the engine and cars will towns, and asked' :him to make a V

pleasing illusion. He remonstrateswith Nothing has been soared to make It be used to haul ties, iron, etc. to proposition. :
her for giving up future, for-] complete 'In every detail and one of build the track. From, Key Largo, Ill come for six town lots in each caught a truck gardener's cart and coach, turned up a seat and displaYed i,;,soon found out that it was topes:.!* r
town and $1,000 ;bonus" was his reply scattered cabbages pumpkins and an Ice chest with a 'choice selectioncf to run a coach line for a distance of V
the engine and cars will work south, and the towns took him up. everything else all over the street. An liquid refreshments. 'less than 100 miles. There wcr fr. B
crossing the other keys by trestle. He made the, first trip with great angry German, the owner of the cart; It was some time afterward that I:places after Oklahoma was c::nci B sc:
The all
grading on of the is
keys ostentation. The greatest speed ever rushed out and demanded damages. Cannonball Green received a letter to settlement where there was cj: '
well under way and with the assist- attained in Garden City up t6 that Green was wearing plenty of from the Santa Fe stating' the company 'railroad within that distance ani B fi
ance of the engine and cars the completion I time was made by Green but.In the diamonds. He waited until the crowd was about to 6enda.new, for distances lesa than that the Ivrry: x
Rest ", \ of the track will, be facilitatedand I center of the town,a coach wheelThin. was sufficiently large, and then In- car to California and asked prtvatel stables took all the business. w::s. B a
few
expedited a months seeing i quired the amount of the damage. The would like to occupy it He accepted therefore soon over. Green has cd: f]
practically all of the track on land Dutchman thought $25 would be the invitation. While In California lots of money, but he had a): finished and in operation. The carry- about right Cannonball Green took Green received another letter from it. He took a claim in Gr:'" ";ear fr B 1
the Stomach ing of marks the engine and train to Key PeopleIt from his, pocket a roll with a $500 the Santa Fe, stating that the private when the Cherokee strip 'IV ,,. 'n"rt I Band
Largo a new step in this engineering
wrapper,contemptuously peeled off a car' back. as far as Topeka.and in- was afterwards electro 'rPtSllT'f'f: d!
\ problem, and Is, evidence of $100 note and flung it at the gar. quired if he happened to be going of that county. Then when Nothing will relieve indigestion thatdoesn't the vanced.stage ta which the work has ad- dener. That made Green solid for. that way. It was not,until then that I Comanche country was opened in B 1

Cannonball Green realized that the 1901 he settled In Caddo county, the 1I
and with his
the give
Itself ever patrons.
digest food ;
Engineer Goethe is in charge of the ,
railroad the terri t
Artist. company was returning the I newest place to be found in
Lightning Change
the stomach perfect rest. engine and considers the fact quitean ,
a shown official farm
near
The first stage run ever made by courtesy an toT and here secured a
You can't reasonably that honor to him-the first man to Railroads,Killed IL Bridgeport large enough to furnish
expect pull train of in Green was from Helena Mon., to Fort t
a cars the Florida
The,stage business was short livelihood for his eons.Green
lived profitable
nenton.Vat the hi waters of the Missouri I a I
any weak stomach will regain its Keys. river. He later established his The railroads put the stage coach is now 69 years old.-Nf
strength and get well when it is Southwest system in 1872. The fixed out of business. Cannonball Green York Sun. (

compelled to do the full work that abound SERIOUS AFFRAY 1..ea schedule of the route was 100 milesa
day and no more and no less Oncea 1
stomach should do. ATESTO: FLA.
driver came in two hours late. The No woman's happiness

You wouldn't expect a sick horseto Special *o The Journal. driver told Green that there were no Woman'sNightmare can be complete
Esto, Fla., Nov. 6.-on last Saturday passengers and he thought, he would
get well when it is compelled to do a without children, it
.
morning a difficulty occurred at let the horses take it easy. The driv- .
full day's work every day of the week. this place between Mr. Cockern of er was new and received a free lee- is her nature to love

Your stomach must have rest. Noma, Fla., and Clayton McLaney of: tur on the treatment of horses. Those and want them
this place in which Mr. Cockern was who knew how to handle them knew as much to as it it
But it isn't necessary to starve your seriously if not fatally hurt. will pay you to that the horses had been Injured in to lore the beaa-

self in,order to rest your stomach. Mr Cockern is in a serious condi- being allowed to "take it easy." for in tiful and
tion at this writing McLaney has service like that the horses must be pure.
Kodol Dyspepsia Cure is a perfect escaped arrest so far. The officers TRY THIS forced to accustom themselves to one The critical ordeal through which the expectant mother must pass,

di estant. It will digest all of the food have been looking for him, but have Weigh yourself. Take Vinol a while. I gait an* keep it t' however,is so fraught with dread, pain, suffering and danger, that the

you eat regardless of the condition of failed to find any trace at alL Weigh yourself again. The gain in Cannonball Green in those days very thought of it fills her with'apprehension and horror. There is no i
We are sorry to learn that Messrs. flesh strength and appetite will be would lay bets with his passengers necessity for the reproduction of life to bs either painful or dangerous.The i
your stomach. Griffith and Loveless will soon beginto setter arguments for Vinol than all : that he could change teams quicker' ascot Mother's Friend so prepares the system for the coming event
move their saw mill from this we can say. than any of them could light a cigar.
that it is
place. They are loyal citizens and This is because Vinol contains in a i He always won, for the Harness was safely passed without any danger. This great and wonderful

Kodol good business men. They will place concentrated form all the medicinal I equipped with snaps like those on remedy ,is_ L

. their mill on the Central of Georgia elements of cod liver oil taken from fire harness, and he used to make the plied externally, &\
railroad in' Geneva county. Ala., fresh coda' livers, but it is a better I change without stopping. } has carried '
Dyspepsia Cure 1 where they have bought a large tract body builder and strength creator Cold Bottle In Desert. of women t eoaUiniaMother
of Umber land. We wish them success than cod liver oil or emulsions be- General Manager Kinsley of the crisis
in their business wherever they cause the useless, indigestible and I Santa Fe was once making a trip ever trying
For Indigestion, Dyspepsia Sour are. nauseating oil has been eliminatedand Cannonball Green's line. Green always Send for free book Ii
-Cs.sir.to.n .
Stomach flatulence, Headache, Water tonic iron added. I kept his private coach, which he TIM Bradfield Regulator eapeewt Co.xaethes Atlanta r Ie n
Ca.J. .
ROOSEVELT Vinol creates an appetite strengthens used as a pay coach. When the general -
Brash Belching of Gas,Nausea Gastritis VOTES every organ in the body, tones manager reached Greensborou h.

Heartburn and all troubles arising AT OYSTER BAYBy up the digestive organs, makes rich, In KIowa county, Kansas; Cannonball -
red blood and firm healthy flesh. Green Informed him that his private
from indigestion and' nonassimilationof Associated Press So sure are we of what \inol will coach was about to start in the d:rec- V F. 'DAVIS
the food. Oyster Bay N. Y., Nov. 6.President do that we refund money to those tion he was going and invited the J. JEWELERNow
Roosevelt reached here at 9:10a. ( who buy Vinol and are not benefitted.W. Santa Fe official to accompany him. A
I had dyspepsia in its worst form: was reduced > m., and was greeted _by a crowdof H. White & Co., Druggists. runner WES sent ahead to announce in St
in weight to 118 pounds. After using two men. women and children. He flsote-While we are sole agents for the party The owner of the cannon- New Brent Building 23 S. Palafox

and one-half bottles of Kodol I was completely stopped at the railroad station long Vinol In Pensacola, it Is now for sale ball stage line and the railroad stock. _

.5 cured and restored to my usual weight of 145 enough to shake hands with most of at the leading drug store in nearly holder had travaled a long time over
LUTHERJOHNSON those present and was then driven In every town and city In the country the hot desert. THE CHRISTMAS DISPLAY
J ,
,, pounds. a carriage to the polling place of the Look for the Vinol agency in your "It's hot." suggested Canonball
Block
this .
Came
Cleburne. Tex. year'at COE'S BOOK STORE consists Of Doll Toy
Fifth district over a Chinese laundry town. Green. Kinsley asented. Toy Books Journal Book. Poem. Gift BookS. Prayer Book. Hymn Book
YOU In East Main street After shaking :J1 mY!" Inquired the owner of ToUet,Seu, Manicure St, Album. Smoker Seta, Picture Frame. FOC
KODOL DIGESTS WHAT EAT hands with each, of the election officers FASTIDIOUS WOMEN the stage line Bali,' Boxing Glove; Magic Lantern. Iron Toy Steam Toy Mechanical.
Toys, Christmas and New Year Card Can early and avoid the ru.hCOE'S
bKtl*koldi*vtfUBM MAKES THE 'ne"ail s' ,. he received ballot No. 94 and consider Paxtine Toilet Antiseptic a "A few cold bottles would go good STRrET

.t*ate..!.tri M tt... STOMACH SWEET. +.t.t.y.f a cll.IC.D.wiKaa ...v.L.t soon cast It While Secretary Loel necessity in the Lvgiecic care of the now, wouldn't they?" suggested Mr. BOOK.. STORE S 13.80UTN not .."fI'Pgt4r0X"". rll..' Zia..
was voting the president chatted with person and for local treatment of Green. .
some of the villagers. He then shook feminine ills. As a wash its cleansing; Kinsley was angry at the mention
hands with nearly everyone present germicidal, deodorizing and healing of "'he seemingly impossible, and sat BAY. ELECTRIC. AND SUPPLY COMPANY
and was then taken for a drive out qualities are extraordinary. For sale with, replying. Green sat for a long I W. T.'BED WELL. PRES. AND MANAGER.
toward Sagamore hill,in >[rs. J. Wes at Druggist Sample free. Address time without saying anything. Then Prepared fo do an electrical repairing *n short notice P.1ncphone 570 ant ae
FOR SALE BY HOOTON'S PHARMACY., Roosevelt's carriage. The R.;Paxton Co.. Boston,Mass be went, to the ether atit: the :r tatbe- will wit W.'T. BldweU. President aDd Manager, 20$ S. Bahrtcrr

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..'. LEON G. UMARTHLNEW MAN DEAD, WOMAN IN and

Dyspepsia .


; : 'j; : RnICAl 'CONDITION

1 ., .. '
; CITY- StomachTrouble '

..- Blew Out' the Gas at the Wilkerson Boarding House on
,
I <'1" Mr. W. W. Crouch of '
i ,
'EastVright Street-B oth Strangers and Ar- --.. ,
,
ClERK ,' South Framingham,

HORSE! -< rived. in City Monday Night. I ::':tk Mass, who suffered severely -

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I
I from complicated
An: unknown man' Is 'dead, and his .' -
His Name Will ,Be Sent' to goes for Eeckham by about 500 ma- wife is In a critical condition: as the i 'c: stomach troubles, says

jority. Reports from PendlEton county result of asphyxiation at the that. great tonic ,invigorator '
:
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the Council for 'Co' fir Indicate that McCrary carried the son boarding house at the wilker-I'
county by a small majority. Beck- Wright and Hayne streets, .,- : : ,- Duffy's -Pure
ham's majority In Campbell county IS due to blowing out the gas, as '
SHOWThe mation.. .. 1392 and Hager's for governor 1212. it was found the gas was turned on ,;: )Malt\ Whiskey, hasrre ;
Hickman county gives Beckham 800 full and the room filled with the dead- I
Leon G., Aymard, formerly deputy! majority. ly fumes. The man's body, 'unidenti- / stored, : him !tb ,vigorous .
clerk 'in .the,office 'of the clerk of the I '. \
I lied is in; Pou's; undertaking parlors, aj+. ; ;j health He writes :
circuit' court, *as ,yesterday" named I Republicans Less: Heavily.Des while the woman i$ at the boarding suffered n
by Mayor Chas. H. ,Bliss to be city Moines, Ia, Nov. 6.-Eighty- house still in an, unconscious state. I I For some years' I severely

Horse Show sets the pace. : Ifjyou) ,'are a clerk filling the. vacancy ,caused by five precincts ,out of twenty-two hun Both are strangers here, and while .s_ *-sc_ from dyspepsia complicated
the resignation vf ,City..Clerk C. E. dred show that the republican loss is letters were found upon the personof >, 't; stomach trouble.! I tried a number
trotter inhere
or a trot
and b
the sr;
.
there
pacer
: see Merritt. fully 33 per cent. -The Indicationsare the man none directed as to' his ; 7 + of medicines and visited physicians ,,

is for Men's wear.l ,', I I The' mayor has had, the names of that Cummins, republican. is identity, as they- were addressed to ,* 'c' / ,, I hoped to secure permanent relief, j

If get posted ,won't, be l left' :several prominent young men under elected by a safe plurality. several} 'different names, and from x.. but to avail. learned of Duffy's
you you at; the post. I I consideration for several days, ,but various persons A large sum of no j

Dark Coats, Fancy Vests, Striped Trousers.> lit was not until yesterday that he Independent Elected. |money amounting to $350.57 'was e J.fatVhishy'! and for some years
I finally decided upon.:Mr. Aymard as New York, NoV. 6.-Alfred E.'found upon his person in addition tot g past I have been taking it regularly
Business Suits, Negligee, Shirts. >,and. the fixingsto being the best ,fitted..for the duties!! of Smith, candidate of the, Independence t i two revolvers, brass, knockles and a I .asdirectedandifindthatitgwes

go with them are here. city clerk, and notified that youngman' League for the assembly has been dirk; fr' _'v absolute relief, from, dyspepsia and
Came From Mobile.!
of his selection.S'hIle elected second Manhattan district
Mr. in the a.
I It is believed the couple came from t stomach troubles, from which I suf
Aymard
may go into the clerk's office ]
I Immediately in order to familiarize. i Mobile. They arrived on the Mobile -.).- 'ti fered. As a: tonic stimulant ,is, is
,
himself with the duties, his name will Big Jump for Hearst. 'train Monday night at 6SO o'clock,1 I : t' 'yf t ,- apeer.-\Y.\V.CROUCH,

not be sent to the council until its New York, Nov.' .-The World says,and went to .Wilkerson.. boarding I j i I Framingham Mass June 2006.
MR. W. W. ,
CROUCH.
house. There they asked :Mrs. WHo -
that reports from the rural districtsare
next meeting, when the
( : / resignation of kerson for a room for the night ,
showing an unexpected jump for
STAJIDARDfiOTHIrlGfTHIESEn afterwards Clerk, Merritt the will mayor be ,.received will request., and' Hearst 4 i which period that was the furnished.room was During being pre-the 'I II Duffy"sPure alt Whiskeyis

confirmation of his selection. Tammany Ticket Elected. 1!pared the .couple waited' down stairs. '
Olr. Aymard is well qualified to fill I New York. Nov. 6.-The entire:and as soon as, it was, ready went to the best cure for indigestiondyspepsia; fbtuler::y. nervousness and every form of stomach
the Position clerk, trouble. It is an absolutely pure gentle and nmjjoraucr stimclant and tonic:: builds up the nerve
having had experience : Tammany judiciary,ticket will prob- the room and were never again seen tissues tones up the heart gives power to the brim strength and elas citity to the! muscles and '.
in this class of work not ably be elected by' large majorities.; until the following morning. richness to the blood. It brings into action all the vital forces it makes diswfcon pnfcct end enables
: fii-------- ------,------- only in this county, but,also;in Santa Attempted to Arouse Them. TOO to eet from the food you eat the nocnshmf! it contains. It m valuable: for overworked
men.delicate women and sickly children as it is a term cl food already digested. It strengthens the !
Rosa county. before he became a real Sheldon in Nebraska. At I 6) o'clock yesterday morningMrs. system is a promoter of food health and longevity
dent of Pensacola.BULLETINS. Lincoln Neb., Nov. .-Sheldon. Wilkerson went to the room oc- DftysPreMJWbiskeycontnsnousel i < '

GULF; CITY COFFEE CO. republican appears' to have been.cnpied by the couple and knocked to and is the only whiskey recognized as a medicine: cu .
elected governor by a slightly in-j arouse them, thinking that possibly This is a(1ianntee.CAtmONThere. t

H. P. CHIPMAN. Manager. NOW DINGEROU.S FROM creased plurality. Balance of the,they wished to leave on the east- Is fcut: one Duffy's Pure, f( '-.- t \
fDemocratic 'bound train at 7 o'clock. She could
toasters Elsnders and Shippers of ticket likewise. get no response, and after knocking Halt WhISkey. Sold In sealed bottles only; f'i\\ t ..:
(
Fine Coffees VARIOUS PARTS Gains.Chicago again, went down stairs, and concluded never In bulk. Insist on haying the gen'f: ;

Nov. 6.-Returns from the to erve breakfast to the other uine and refuse injurious substitutes and f( .4)& ?.4 r ,
OUR COFFEES ARE SOLD BY ALl. FOR VESSELS city and county are unusually'' slow boarders. Afterwards and possibly Imitations, oJ. ,
GROCERS. GIVE THEM A TRIAL :OF THE COUNTRYContinued but the republicans carried the city about 8:30 o'clock the absence of the warecneaponiynam'W :
Look! for
-_ ----- ,- for Smulski, for state treasurer, by couple in the room was brought to
SOMETHING NEW forty thousand and the county by her attention, and she again went to on the label and be sure the seal ever t&e I

; ( -From Page One.) thirty thousand. The, scratching of the room and knocked but receivedno cork is unbroken. Druggists and grocers, -
rc! Hied Bsaulj) Pins, 25 and 30c per pairW. irt.GULF. ballots was very extensive. The state response. She then smelled gas or .lJ'eCt.00 a bottle. Doctor's advice esZ' .

A. Gahlenbeek 218 S. Palafax! SL majority, and ,all twelve congressional ticket was elected by upward of onahundred for the first time and going downstairs and medical booklet tree. Duffy Mart\ 'S4 S' .
candidate are:elected. The 'republicans The democrats asked the other boarders to 1.
thousand. MP1J
have in the come with her and together OrtMttrfv., : I'JL BnrhMMr. WV..
a large majority legislature they en- --- -' --- --- -'
from two to four -
COTTRELL, to gain con-
with, appear tered the to find the dead I
possibility of its entire nien. room man
FINE PHOTOGRAPHS. membership. gres and the woman apparently in a dying 1 ;
Ponsacola.la.! Tropical? Storm Is ,Moving condition. N. GOLDR1NG, DISTRIBUTER.

". Guild Elected. She Was Groaningand
,
TURTON & BELL. Northward, From Near .I Boston, Nov. 6. The ,Globe-Demo- GAMBLER: KILLEDIN gasping for breath and every -------- ') ..
PHOTOGRAPHERS SINCE 1810. crat concedes' the election" of Guild, thing possible was done for her im
Kodik Supplies t-misiiln: tor Amatjurj. West Cuban.'Coast. !republican, for'governor. mediately. The room was filled with l
PISTOL DUEL the deadly fumes of gas, and all win- MANAGEMENT

R. K. WHITE, St. Paul Minnesota', NOT. 6.-Returns Democratic.received dows and doors closed. These were ,,,to F'F'aEi 0\ J
Vstchiriler.Manufacturing\ Jeweler. and Graduate By Associated Press. opened. and Dr. Wright summoned. METHODS N N' '
by the Democratic state committee In- Nov. 6.-hi a pistol
((tic'an.30 S. Paiafoi Street Pensacola. Fla. Another advisory storm warning Reno, Nev., When the physician'reached the house t t
message was received-late yesterday dicate a landslide for Johnson, Demo duel here last night at the Palace he treated first the woman and next rJ GOODS H
afternoon from Washington, regard- cratic candidate for governor. Saloon, Ed }<'errell.fIi-, ,gambler was made an examination of the man. but ;

ToldW. ing the tropical disturbance which Far killed by Charles Kuchs, a bartender. the latter was beyond all medical aid.

Tersely was located ,Monday. It has' moved Milwaukee Republican, Nov. 6_-Early Ahead.returns Kuch's jealousy over, the attentions The body was then ordered removed I
to near the west coast of which Ferrell is said to have been to' Pou's undertaking parlors.
E. Mason. of Canoe Ala., is in apparently frominterior towns indicate that
his wife, led to the crime. I .
paying Money and Revolvers.
the city on business.J. Cuba, and is moving northward, make Davidson Republican, for ,
governor have been lookingfor the above have
Kuchs is said to When Sheriff Van Pelt. Coroner Since changes
ing it dangerous for vessels to proceed
is running 2 to 1 against the
D. Henderson, of Sanford, Fla., out bound tor' Yucatan or the Democratic candidate. Aylward. -Ferrellall day. Ferrell was warned Nicholson and other officials made a I been made in our business,
.. is in the city on a short visit Florida straits. The strength of the and both were' prepared as they search of the personal effects of the S _
; met in the saloon. Firing began immediately the East Hill people is
now
Alex. Lischkoff will leave to-day for disturbance is at present unknown. Small Republican ,Gain. : man and woman they found both ,
Cincinnati and Chicago to arrange,for The following Is the ,telegram received Cincinnati. Nov. 6. One 'hundred and Ferrejl* staggered the out i I money and ,revolvers. Sewed inside I blessed with the most up-to-
of the door pierced through body the waistband of the trousers was a
his sale. outside Cincinnati 'Columbus
holiday precincts ,
I yesterday' afternoon by Observer Cleveland and lOledo give with two bullets and died a few moments |large amount in bank notes while I date grocery and meat ,mar It Itz' '
Dr. W. M. Cate, of Cottage Hill Reed: later in a hospital. Kuchs received -I pinned inside the vest was another I
Thompson, republican, for secretary ket in the It's not
"Vessels bound for 'Yucatan or I city. a
vas among the business visitors to J three wounds none of which i large amount while smaller sums :
of state 7800 Hoskins, democrat'6464.The .
the city yesterday.D. tion.Florida Disturbance straits should near exercise West Cuban cau-I republican; gain is 3S>20. are serious. He is under arrest .|were /oaodJa the pockets. The total i.I f:: &l question now if what you .- ,.. :
i !
Three received
by-standers iiigbt "
amounted to about $350. Under the f
P. McKinrie of Boggy was in be had without
coast apparently moving northward. I want can
the city yesterday. He goes to De- II In North Carolina wounds.MILLIONAIRE. I pillow was found a dirk, in one of i 0 E-1 t
Funiak to-day and will return home I Raleigh N. C.. Nov.6.The vote the pocket a pair of bVass knuckles, I <: Z sending down town. Call us Q U -
in north Carolina was light and, the GUM while: two revolvers both of the best
via Pensacola Friday. and listen to the
I re
FINE WEATHERIN up many
found in about the
estimated Democratic majority about :MAKER DEADBy make were room. -'
Hon. J. Ed O'Brien was in Pensa- thirty thousand. The eighth and Several letters were found in the II <: nice things we will tell you D rn
cola yesterday for the purpose of vot coat but from these
pocket nothing
tenth districts are doubtful but show-
., ing. He came direct from Norfolk CHICAGO Ing democratic gains. Cleveland. Associated Ohio Nov.Press.6.-Dr. Ed- could be gleaned. They were addressed : < ::J of for your breakfast, dinneror S <:: .

Va., and win return there via Jack- ward W. Beeman of the best known to various parties, and had different -> rn 0 upper. We carry the very 0' t

1 sonville. South Carolina Election. men of this city, died at an early hour signatures. Some were ad ;" '
best of there is
, J. M. Pfeiffer, who has been con1 By Associated Pret Charleston S. C., Nov.-.-The election -to-day. J.'wenty-five years 3.30 Dr. dressed to W. E. Rogers. Lucedale, i everything to )
Chicago. Ill., Nov. ,-A clear sky in South Carolina without :Miss.. to E. J. Sheffield Luce-
"was one which is
1 fined to his home for the past year, Indian Beeman quit the'practice of medicineto eat, sure to please _
and temperature
summer incident, but ,a very small vote was dale Miss, and others to various I
out for the first time
was yesterday enter the manufacture of
greeted the voters of Illinois to-day upon Let trouble vanish
polled. .GOT. Ansel and the entire names. you. your
and was heartily greeted by his many pepsIn chewing Dr. Beeman
and the indications are that the gum. "
democratic .
state ticket was .elected. A Note Found.A
I friends. I made a fortune of several, million dol by ringing "Two-two-three.. j
greater portion'of the entire registration Several democratic congressmen were note was found under the pillowof .. ..
: Mrs. J. C. Lombard wife of Captain will be cast several hours before I elected, five without opposition.. lars. It is 'said that the idea of com the woman. but it had no bearing .. -
Lombard or one pf the merchant vessels the polls'close at 4 o'clock in the af-i I bining pepsin' with ,chewing' : ,;gum: was upon the death of the man or the :
in port reached the city yesterday ternoon. Meyer and Davies Win. suggested to Beeman by a, young serious condlton in which she was .- -
from New York and will remain There are seven different sets ct i New Orleans, Nov. 6.-For congress woman who worked in a newsstand found. It was a reanest to some one
bere during the time her husband is candidates to be voted for. Republican Meyer and Davies. Democrats,. carried where "he bought chewing 'gum. At I to come to her and that if they woulddo New Cityrocei4CoMeat
in port which will be for several Democrat Prohibition, Socialist I New Orleans by 2,000.: any rate, after Beeman had adopted so she would pay all expenses and .
seeks, as his vessel Is among those Independence League, Progressive Alliance the idea and was making money out give the party some extra money. ,
stranded on the beach. and Independent Socialist La- Higgins In Rhode Island. of it, he employed the'young woman Seen Here Eefore.
bor.The Providence, R.: L, Nov. 6.-Late returns and saw that she was, well ,taken Officers, viewing the man at the undertaking ( Market in Connection.# ) ;
Alex. Lischkoff
yesterday purchasedthe state candidates being voted indicate the election of Higgins, of'when he (his
.. building care : disposed gum parlors stated that they had
old b. Anthony's Hospital
for are state treasurer, superintendent democrat for PRYOR BROS.
governor. business. seen' him before. Chief Deputy Sanders Proprietors.Cor. .
; owned by the Osceoia Club. ancr
of public instruction, trustees of the
that the has been in
will move it to his lot on the corner "University of Illinois. congressmenfor Hearst in New,York City. I the city.says The stranger man is above medium 10th Ave. and 14th St. Telephone 223.
r>f Garden and DeVillier street It is
York.
the Twenty-fifth congressional New; Nov. (6.-Returns J from
heighth
plainly dressed
very
PEOPLE.
PROMINENT
Jlr LJschkofTs intention to convert district, and 'members'of the next 170 out, of a total of :
1437 districts
slender, dark brown hair,
Testify to the Efficacy cf 'the New rey eyes
Ibis fine structure into a private hotel.
legislature. A great deal of interestwas in'greater New York indicate thatHearst's .
'Scientific Dandruff Treatment. and cleanly shaven though his appearance ----- ---- -- --- ------ -' -- -- -- -- J

Your money entitles you to the attached to the legislative vote plurality in greater New A.. E. Lanier, Denver says:- OIH rpi- denotes that possibly the' (.t............. ...."..""""""fl++.........tII +
best-Get Blue Ribbon Lemon ,and I as the next legislature will name a York will be'about 85,000. cide has made, my hair grow rapid- moustache was only recently shaved i,

Vanilla Absolutely pure go twice as Cultom.:successor; to United: ,* States Senator The South Carolina.' 17.*' off. The man appears to be between !

far and the "Blue Ribbon Flavor" is In Chicago, :the voters cast their Columbia' ,, S. Coy Nov. G.-The est! Mrs. A.' Gucrin, Great Falls,"Mont, 35 The and woman 40 years, Is'much of age.younger being i II I THE BRUCEW f
'
perfection. Ask for the 25c size. : "I find Herpicide. an excejlent
ballots for a full set "of county officers mated returns show the following says possibly years old and is Quite.
Boy May Lose Reason.: and Judges of the *!ew inuntel al I elected for congress: First ctt&trtct, dandruff cure. barufsnme. There TTS nothing among.,j'1
New York. Nov. 6.-While taking court -which takes- the place of police Leo E. Legary;democrat; Second district H. Greenland, Portland Ore., says: her effects that ,wouldead to identification. '
courts throughout the city. J. O. Patterson. democrat third "Newbro's Herpicide stopped my In fact both to the
apart his revolver so that it could do came
harm in the house Stedner district, Wyatt Aiken democrat; hair's falling out. city with ,but little bait: aee, unless ISKATING i E :
no Henry
,
Vote By Machinery. J. Israel!, Norton Wash... :
fourth district, Jos. P. Johnson democrat D. says their trunks have been sent elsewhere -
eighteen years of age of College Indianapolis Ind.. Nov. 6.-Owing I fifth -,"Newbro's Herpicide has completely II RNKEJ I IIs
Point, L. I., accidentally shot his to the use of voting machines in this ; district D. E. > Fendley, cured dandruff." and both were evidently traveling -
democrat; sixth district, J.E. Elebs, my with hardly a change of clotb-
She is
and
mother yesterday. dying {county and an increased number of democrat Charles Brown. President First '
ing.
seventh
the boy will lose his reason as a result -j precincts together with fine weather. ; district A. F. Vancouver; Wash.,
I L ever democrat B. E. Tillmaa; National Bank It is expected that if the woman recovers -
of the tragic accident. ,Ian early and heavy vote.was expected. becoming popular
democrat was elected to the United says 'Herpicide is noted for keepingthe she will tell something of the I a very i'

---- ---- ., States Senate without opposition., scalp clean." mystery surroundine,the death of the resort./ It will be open ,with .
For sale 'byV.. A. D'Alemberte, man, and also reveal her identity. If
IJways.llem. th F 1ffllleLaxative REPULICANSCARRV THE druggist and apothecary, 121 South she does rot It Is anticipated that : good music, every night except :

mo mnme to. ;7zJ .fNfIY DELAWARE LEGISLATURE Palafox street, or send lOc in stampsfor something will be heard from :Mississippi Saturday night. : '

aCol4I110.0""D; """ .... :zsc sample to The Herpicide Co.. D a -
Cures Day. Days Wilmington, Nov. 6.-The republicans trolt1ich.. camp from. a* Associated!' Press dispatches -
: .
have carried DelaWreV includ were sent out resrardins! the .
ing the legislature. --- couple which are likely to bring to Tl rvill be Afternoon session three times a

r -"' T :._ Republicans Lose 20 Per-Cent.-; light something regarding them. : week, namely: Monday,. Thursday; and Saturday ,for i

DIAMONDS, JEWELRY New York Nov. 6.-Returns from BOOKS i ladies and children only. Positively no boys over the

I* CLOCKS PRECIOUS STONE, ,BRONZE !. i ICO falling counties off above in the the republican Bronx showa vote TO SETTLE THE + age of twelve will be admitted.

STERLING SILV&WARB from that cast two years ago of fully General 'admission lOc of skates lOc extra. : :
I have the "Purity Books" by Sylranus ; use i ,rIf ;

ART POTTERY OPTICAL GOODS. 20 per centHoch StalL Know viz What: What a Young a Young Girt Boy Ought Ought to to INDIAN TROUBLEBy + A good chalice for all ladies and children to learn the I I '

f Elected in Kansas. Know. What a Young Woman Man Ought to to most popular art of skating. Mrs. F. B. Bruce and
CUT GLASSWARE. Topeka Kas., :Nov. 6.-Returns received Know. What a Young Ought i

t up to eleven o'clock Indicatethe Know Know,' What What a a Young Young husband Wife Ought Ought to to Associated Nov. 6.Press.'- President .t :Miss Constance Day will be in charge. i I
Washington.
re-election Man of 43 Ought to Know.
-. of Governor Hoch bya Know What a I Ii
'
J safe What a Woman of 45 Ought to Know, at Roosevelt has approved the arrangement : .
: Engraving and Fine Stationery.: majority. $1.00 each. These! are very popular and made by Cot Rogers, of the i ; _ -
extensHely advertised In Ce If ,
are be'.ng I Sixth .cavalry for settlement of the
I '; .. Sherley's Election Conceded. magazines. I have Bill? Baxter.s grievances of the Ute Indians., He 'i
reading
Ifr S. Louisville Ky. Nov 6.-The Louisville Letters light(containing all the catchy tip-to- ;has Instructed war department officials -i ii 1 F B. BRUCE. :
; Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attentions Herald says that Owen.' republi date slang) at .ac. Also the Jimmy to inform the Indian chiefs thatbe' ,
can. conceded the election of Shirley Brown series (better than Pecks l3a.I audience at I II
i1jt'it democrat In the fifth congressional Mr.Bay Dooley and up-to-books! *at te)I5c.at ,Dc. Also the i i the would White House give them after an his return-from I;tt.t..t....... ...............: f., ,

: district by about 4,000 majority. And many, many. many others.: Panama. :r ___ ___ ____ __ _- ----,_.- -- ---J

E. 'O. Zadek Jewelry-Co., Concede McCrary's' Election. HARRY T. HOWLAND, I Carnegie Arouses Interest. Into the Federal building late lie refused to discuss his visit M%

Lexington Ky., Nov. 6.--Democrat'le New York, Nov'6.-Andrew Carnegie I day and spent half an hour yester'l Shields had made some depositions
Book
; ALA. Luna Store,
MOBILE politicians here, concede the ,election" Manager De announced his secretary, went United States Commissioner but refuse to disclose their characte4
a..I..II.'III..I'"I"''''. of KcCtar). Christian' comity De Luna St, Phone 149L- ,

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PAGE FOUR' THE PENSACOLA. JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY. MORNING,, _NOVEMBER 1, 1906. .. '
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now it is only a question of time. '. WINNERS ATm WESTFLORIDAEXPOSmOfl

The man who finally reaches the spot DAMON LODGE CELEBRATES

gtbt utola !ontmtl from which every way leads south -

; n will undergo no more privations exhibitno :

more endurance than have already NINETEENTH ANNIVERSARY!

been undergone and exhibited; he will ".

simply have a little better luck. .,

i DAILY WEEKLY. SUNDAY. And when the pole is reached whr _

then? Nothing List of the First and Second Awards
Why nothing. much. First Complete at DC-
PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY. that will be of any direct and general At Which Supreme Court Justice Parkhill, the

...BY.. advantage to humanity. And there .. Funiak Fair, Which Closed Saturday Night.
Delivers
fore divers pessimistic and hypercritical Chancellor Commander, Is Present and -

philosophers opine that it has been
THE JOURNAL COMPANY.
but a barren quest We do not agree An Address. Special to.The Journal. 1.e W. E Parish. Discla* >.
with them. We do not know what I DeFunlak Springs Nov. -The follow-J, fr Aelsn. second Y
precise scientific worth the discovery complete list of the premium lcuare Sea Ila Cotton fm'j j
General
FRANK U President an' Manager
MAYES Carded Gulf Coast fair, which ,.i
at the t first
will have but if It has none, all of is the oldest suiylvfng.grand Cton
even Damon Lodge, No: 13, Knights and now closed at DeFuniak Springs Saturday Houghton; second, T
these expeditions will have been well Pythias celebrated Its nineteenth an- chancellor of the Pythians of Florida. half De Stalks Cotton)1 ?*e

MEMBER ,THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. advised nevertheless. The spirit of niversary last night with a smoker His talk was one of, the events of the night."A" Cattle. I Pleas, scnd. Alex Tua. Sata -v,
.
adventure alive and quick in the and refreshments and notwithstanding evening, as was also that of Grand Hereford-Best bull over 1 and under McKlcnon ges. first. Pears H. ,Fellows first ilacif; ;rI C., "', L?

SUBUCRIPTION RATES world though it should never be the the interest manifested in other Chancellor Henry Horsier who is 3 years. Southern-Best States bull over Lumber 1 and Co.under Display of Honey, first, C. G>' ?'
direct purveyor of victuals for the of election. the head of the order in this Shorthorns! I Hairs, first. .s'. *
OueVear .. ... ...........$ 00 One Month .. .. .. ... .. 45 world's atomac\, isyet a good thing. parts there the city due to the number ,of now state.at 3. R. W. Storrs; best cow .under 3. It. \v.btDairV I i Coil Home-Cured Bacon, first J 4.L L, !j.i --I,,
were
Six Months .. .'? .. .. .. 250 One Week. .. .. .. ". ," rlOTferee The adventurers of to-day, when their Pythians a large membersof In addition to Judge Parkhill. there Cattle- -Best bull over 3 Tears second, Jenkins Iwe Ten (-ris
Months! ... .. .. 1 25 Weekly Edition per year..$!'CO mounting blood drums the world-old present not only members of P.- W. Smith; best bull under 1, P. V 1 frt. Cller Bs L i.L
No. 13, but also of sister lodges. were four other charter Smith best cow ever 3. first P. .1 I: ft .
saga of unrest through their brains The event was enjoyable from start No. 13 present These were W. B. Smith;; best cow over 3, second P. I I. Lemons, first. T. Tappaae

put out blithely for the polar wildernesses to finish and the addresses especially Wright Judge A. C. Blount, Jr., Abe smith best cow over 1 and under J F. W. I:Otfl55, first He Reddlck CtirVPlain
The Only Pensacolm Newmpapee From Which a Detailed : ,. J. C. .
just as their forbears of a few those' delivered by the charter mem- Daniels and Dave Kugleman and Smith; best heifer calf, P. W. Smith; ex I I fst ,

I Circulation Statement Can B e Secured. hundred years ago turned their.eager bers of the lodge greatly appreciatedby each delivered a short address upon hibitor's Grade Beef brd Ca.ttle---Best P. W. Smith.steer between I I II 1 W. Smith Cooking-Butter; secon 1r frsl Mr Pt1

prows against the unknown west It those assembled. the anniversary of the lodge. and 3 years. Gus Donaldson best steer Ce. Mr Os R. "tr

is not science which they serve primarily David Kugleman presided over the Addresses were also delivered by under 1, F. E.' Plank; second steer under j ond, 1r Tappan. Lavei i. 1r
although they fool themselvesinto 1, F. E. Plank Best cow over 3, F. fc. I I Mrs. Tappan; second
11'
jCdltertel B..M 38BitiMU Papers on S.I. on Trains meeting and among the first address other Pythians, the one by F. E. Plank second cow over 3, R. W. Storrs; comb. Decorated Cake, first Otto
I ;
PbtiM { the belief that do but .Ir
they they es to be delivered Chas. Brawner the new Pythian hall Tappan. Loaf first
OfflM 1100 was by Judge upon best heifer calf. T. J. West; second belier' Bre ;fr i
and stall News Stands. I I
,obey something stronger and olderthan R 4
B. Parkhill of the supreme court being especially interesting. F. M. Hoyt. Beler snd. M. !to
their own wills they pulse with cab 'Dairy-Best D. E. Richard I R Irst, E. hart
; cow
bench of the state, who was not onlya The refreshments were greatly enjoyed ond '
the old Caucasian desire to measure charter member of the lodge but and it was at a late hour that son Second cow. F. M. Hoyt;, Best cow' Mr.. Plank H., ,Milk.Ros.: 1m
M. Stan- J T
1L G. Sutton second O.
Offices-Journal .IIIII"-Corne Intendcnela and DeLuna Sts. I years, ; ,,1. )
the strength and wiles of the uncon- also its first chancellor commander. the left for their homes. Milk ,:
Pythians ley; best cow under 3 L. H. Cawthon; I I ri. Bicuit ft 11r Oto Tara,:
quired brue unknown. It was that 2nd. Mrs. F. West !I B! Smith Tuat7
1 impulse which found America which Horses:...Road horse with rig, 'first, M.M. frs Miss E. Poun seponiii
PE SACOLA. FLORIDA WEDNESDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 1906. | .
7. ,\ Pie
Morrison; 2nd. McGourln tock Co.. i frst r ottt ,
explored and settled it: it is that Impulse Tap.
third Matched pair horses first Geo. W. pan: second Olive Roger Potato wnich has,uncovered Africa bit Ward; 2nd. W. U Adams Team farm first Mrs. L C send Jenai
Pensacola Needsa To Be More Powerful by bit; and when the north pole has THE JOURNAL'SELECTION RETURNS EREN1STITETO mules, first,: J, W. Houghton; team mules, Lou Burns. .
I been reached it is that impulse which first D. E.. Richardson; second McGonrin Jellies and Peerel Je"M*. at

Better Mail Service.For Than the Dreadnaught. will send these same adventurers Stock Lowe Co Florida tallion./ raised. first J.colt A.fret Sims.Sheep .Jenkins Mrs. Ll, first, Mrs. Lillie Pea L HUD 6 0

late trains and among the shifting ice-floes of the far. 2ndF. Mrs. F. E. Plank. Tomato n.
some time past, -Ram, first, John MrSweeo; Ctu.
I nt
Although at its recent ,
Congress
southern water H Mrs. second
E. Plank.Ews first., H. Cawthon; Lie P 1.
A
late malls have been the rule in Pen session authorized the constructionof I And when the whole round spinning [ 2nd I* H. Lcr. Btle Sau! f lIT
Cawthon.Hogs Mrs. .
sacola. No one knows with any Cel"talnt1 world becomes MJcne8n.
a monster battleship of the Dread. as tame and chartedas first, F p
when a train Is likely to come the state of Georgia, what then? Berkshire-Boar over one year, first, ,pa. ; Cone. Frit.. C Mr.J Can-M
Flak snd.
naught type, it was with the proviso Cawthorn & Ames; econd. Cart Setter- <
In and It would be presumption to I When there is no unknown will thrace ling Sow over one year, first Collier Veetbe Mrs. T. J. Tapn C',n
that before construction was begun of rovers die out for lack of difficulties Bros Carl Settertind. Boar under i Picke first, Mrs. F Pnk
even speculate on when a mail Is ; second j second, .. Hunt. Con Soar
complete plans should be prepared to surmount? Why. no. one year,. first Collier Bros.; second R.}first. Mrs. Lillie second.P'k;
likely to be distributed. REPORTS[ HUGHES first,"f Pe
W. Storrs. Sow under one year 1
and submitted to the senat6 'iheir restless energies will be turned Hunt. Vle. ft, Bea'second. '
Boar'
Collier Bros.; second, Prescott Bros. !
should reach here .
The mail which Home Jlaie
into other realms the Cat ,
; commonplace Ll BDey y
and house after which if the plans any age first Collier Bros. Sow any Jar
at 9 o'clock in the morning comes spirit, after all .Already aerial navigation age first. CoWer. Bros., second CollierBros. first. L., lIr Oto Tapp Soap,Laid tTtJ. ,
were approved the necessary appropriation Jat.Homee fm lira.
which is claims the attention of men -f .
with a regular Irregularity, T. J. send. r T a.Machine .
would be made to cover the I Jerseys-Boar under 1 year, first Prescott -
who and
would have been with Cabot Sewing
one of those things that neither a or Bulletin Service Received (Continuefrom Page One.) Bros Sow. tnder 1 year. first Prescott B1.
cost of the vessel; ana to the end .Hudson had they lived three centuries Bros. *, net, first Etta Hlwell Kite:TI .

prophet. the son 01 a phophet nor that work the proposed monster ago; and when the air Itself becomes :148 which he took only 'a moment to Tamwortb-Boar over 1 year, first F. first Fancy, Apron, snd. Ella Lei(IL t.rt-_jw :

both of them could forecast or aoeotmt upon as known,and tame as Broadway Last Night Pleased mark in the' booth. When he had E. Plank Sow over 1 .year first F. E. !second, Mrs. A ft.. Padrtsh. Kxzi: 5'rI

for. Like an election, the only may be commenced at the earliest are there not the depths of vast :voted Mr. Hughes walked back to his Plank.Grades-Grade Sow. first. D E Rich-j Waist, first .n Davis; second EIloflowell. a

certain thing about this 9 o'clock: mail possible date naval experts have and alluring oceans ande'shall be Hundreds of People.The I home. About ten minutes afterward ardson: second Gifford Garrett. Pen. fat Davis Fac. Shirt. Waist tnt C. .*
;
is its uncertainty. It comes when it been hard at work for some time designing thought mad if we suggest it perhapsbut I the candidate's father the Rev. Dr. barrows, first,_D. B. Richardson. I Fancy Handkerchief, first. }Ii h-.tie New.
vessel that when .- are you Indeed sure than those I D.:C. Hughes who lives with his son, Sweeps takes Board aar age or breed, I comb; eeeond. Belle Davis. P...: Iistitched ,T-
a completed first. Collier Bros second Cawthorn &
happen to and when nothing happens far stars are so hopelessly remote :came to the polling place and voted ; Hadkerhe first. ,IL-----:, )t
Ames. Sow any age or breed, first D. E. I
to it Wemayftby1Oa.m.: shall be the largest and most and unattainable? The fancy at Journal office was the most ballot '156. In this district there are Richardson; second Collier Bros. I Burke secd Maret Thompson J. e-

and we may not get till 6 p. in. powerful afloat aDd which it is estimated least likes to dwell upon the thought popular place in Pensacola last night .1 about GOO voters and the vote was Poultry.W. I briere Hdkerctef. ft :first,
I P. O. M. I Burke. CJr
wlfl cost if not that they are not hundreds of to be ia at the rate Rock cock, first. Stanley; Mrs. 8 K. Gills second. Roc.ers. -
Of late also the mail which should nearly quite people visiting it to hear reported' coming second. O. 11. Stanley. W. P. Rock cockerel ; 1r Wm
.
reach Penaacola at 4 frequently ten mlHion dollars. the election returns and hundreds of I for the first part of the morning at first. O-'M. Stanley; second. O. :M. I Table Fellows Cover second In, ft, i'isi
m. "
p. C '.I ....I'.."' ... about 75 ballots an hour. Stanley. W. P. Rock. hen, first. O. )L Alee ; 1r C.e
,
does.not get hem till 6:30 p. m. andthen The Dreadoaught which is the others using the telephone for '.the 'Sixty arrests on charges of illegal Stanley: second, -J. B. Richardson. W. W Smith Piece I Colors, Mrs ;
not hi time to be distributed lathe pride of tie English navy, has a displacement FLORIDA POLITICS same purpose. voting and registration and offering :;,:1 i.J.P. Rock.!J. Richardson.hen first 0.W.M.B.Stanley Rock,; second pullet )Center Pee secn.I )r, first RtC.

post office boxes before midnightcnwbat of 18,000 tons and is peculiar # AND, POLITICIANS., The Journal's special election bulletin and accepting money for votes were first O. M. Stanley' second, O: M. Stan- Watson Bureau snd Mrs. Florence first, ROK"-tK
service began to arrive I reported at the office of the state superintendent Icy. W. P..Rock trio, first O M.. Stanley I Cve Wht Mr
because of the fact that it carriesno early and Mi i P-t
for
Wto is this
rospanaitta !!
".M... ..I """ ; second. O. M. Stanley. W. Pt Rock. I Ipen GI Sr fr
the bulletins of elections the second. S. Gi
'I during j
were read and posted as' '
| ill treatment of which Pensacola is secondary battery reliance being I I first, (X W. Stanley; second O. M. I I K MT
fast as received the close race in!I first two hours after the polls were Stanley; B. P. Rock. cock first. O. ILl Specimen Eyelet Embroide.. frst
I the: Object and the gufferert placed exclusively upon its twelve Stockton And-? New York holding the attention of opened. I I Stanley; second 3. B, Stubbs. W. P. Oscar Rogers. ) A :
It is said that John N. C. Stockton II Rock cockerel, first,'''.'J. McKee M G. McConneL Palm :
I which be trained InBtlJ7 This Is ; second 1
inch
By a process of elimination we get guns can all until a late'hour. The.majority I the greatest number of ar Shadow Embrider.
will be in the race for the senate and I B. Stubbs. B. P. Rock, hen, first, J. B. : Ir.
irtd of the postmaster figuratively direction. It is, in fact simply a advocate drainage. From a of the visitors were of course Hearst rests reported in so short a time since I I I.J. ; second.-O.:'it Stanley. B. P. Laura Mcne snd. Mrs. =S:
the bureau was established. hen first. J. B. Stubbs second, O. CoIl Ct ft T
i partisans but there was also I ; pea.kfn&.for ha cannot well distribute floating fortress. Wizard Oil wagon to a seat In the a large Stanley. B. P. Rock; pullet first, T. J. crais.
Among the early morning arrestswas
mail which he does not receive or The' American designers, while following United States Senate is a pretty big Hughes contingent and they cheered former Police Captain Diamond.He McKee; second T. J. McKce. B. P. Rock, ]I t. Lace and Drawn first Work J.-Point S. Th LraHdkerthlefs
up from time to time tria. first. O M. 1r !
their
favorite Stanley
jump. Can he make it?-Dunnelion as second. T. J. .
'which gets jiwat a time when the Dreadnaught type of battleship voted from his home in East McKee. B. P. Rock pen I Battcrt
lug mall most' have the outgo-I Advocate.The showed gains. Eighteenth street When the commit. Stubbs: second, Mrs.' Jas. fralIcI I Center Piece, firt. Miss E. Pound: t:: >
will in addition to the English The Journal's bulletin service was'I Mrs. S K. Yard Knitted t
Buff Rock cock first, B. Richardson. :
,
1 his clerics. He therefore in thh ideas avail themselves of all Best. Fixed Man. furnished by tLe: Postal Telegraph tee went to verify the address they Buff Rock ben .first J.Jv B. Richardson, fir Mrs. S K Gii Yard Davis Cm
found the house boarded
t The .
,
i The best fixed the I. L up. arrest Light Brahmas cockerel first D. E.
ease can hardly; be heJ responsible. man on Company and was one of the best Miss S. RodJI k "
that is new in battleship construction I made the Spread,
was on allegation that Richardson; second. D. E. Richardson. frst. A
I 6y Board is ex-Governor Jennings. It ever received election Drawn first. Chas. JI
similar on night
a of elimination .an
'process from the foremost navies of the Captain Diamond had lived all the Light Brahma, puHet first D. E. Richardson )
4i
doesn't Mrs. W: I
matter to him how things Two Yards Tatting
I we can Count out the Peosaeola.Flo- go. summer in Putnam county this! state. ; second.. D. E Richardson Light General Fancy tiJt C-i"1
world.If he always bobs up with a fat salary. Brahmas, trio, firsts D. Richardson. r
maton division of the railroad with DunneUson Advocate. 'W. R., Hearst sent the following Brown Leghorn cock., first. Florence Miss Lew second r / s

the exception of its handling of the the plans now under contemplation i telegram early to-day to the state Laird. Brown Leghorn cockerel first. I! t. first, Mrs L t P
Mrs. A. ; C" t: a -
second
are 'carried out the future queenof Their True Colors. MILUGAN i committeemen .of the Independence Bert Powell, second. Bert Powell Brown .Cbrte. .' ,
9 a. m. service-for if th$ mail is not I I Leghorn hen first, Florence Laird; sec- Quilt, frs) '
the United States navy win far By persistent abuse of the Demo- League: i,ond. Florence- Laird. Brown Leghorn, : Mrs. C. Stewa C.iL. -
delivered to this division at Flomatonon eclipse the monster Dreadnaught and cratic party by the damagogues of I "We will have at least 200,000 pIn- pullet first Bert Powell; second. Bert Ir. F. E. Plak., Slpp Mrs.( f:',:' L '"

time, the latter can not deliver it Hamilton they have shown the people raility in Greater New York. I feel PowelL Brown Leghorn trio first, Bert Thompson Qnd Jl! r:. \I- '
for many years, be the greatest vessel Powell; second, Florence Laird Brown leD Pin Cshk ft. ,.
teat our chances the state : '
In Peneacola on time.It their true colors and their effortsto Special to The Journal. up a every : Leghorn, first. Bert PowelL Minor- : se 1 :
of its class afloat, down Mulligan FJa., Nov. 6.-The election bright thanks to your efforts :. pen. first. Baker; i'.s F .: ''*
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therefore looks as if the main Democracy and again foster can cock first W. H. Stubbs second, M send Mart: S: ',.
the conditions of 1873 upon our people passed off very quietly to-day. I and,the:,efforts of our friends i I i I Eugene Thorp., Mlnercan, cockerel, first frt. Buchar .FT*
trouble-with the exception, as we It is now intimated that Providence will utterly fail and old Hamilton will The Scotch Manufacturing Company i I "There is only one possible dancer! :I II : W.H. Stubbs. second Eugene Thorp llinor- moss; lld first,R L t': C5 I
said of the 9 a. m. mail-lies with flat *i"and that is that an attempt be H. Stubbs. Minorcan, hen, ftr t. W. /apic Work lr, M-s : F
intervened in the matter of finding a ever remain a white man's county has purchased fifteen ears may i, can, pullet. first, W. H. Stubbs Minor- Jrnt frt
the mail service higher up and thatis verdict of guilty in the trial of the and white men will rule over her affairs and an engine and,,caboose to begin made to count us out up the state as''1 1 I ran trio first, W. H. Stubbs. Minorcan, !' Watson. Rapper, :.a : "

the point we desire to reach. ....-Jasper Banner of Liberty. hauling logs to -their mill here by they counted! us out In this city last pen, first \V. H. Stubbs. White Bantam, i I '.E1: ,second firsU, :ra c.A Landnn se om r: ,0.
Standard Oil Co., at Findlay Ohio. cock first Chas. Cawthorn. White Ban- E Hollwe ,
fall. I urged you to take extra rdl- i; '" W i.
Fan
rail. train arrived to-day. I I I P. H. ;
the tarn cockerel first 0 H.. White Felows. Col
the delay in mails at Pensacola is It's about time that Providence tooka Lamar on Franchise Tax. One more new house is being built pary precautions to prevent repeating i,: Bantam, hen Stanley Stanley., second. frst. Mr Pere Smit ser nj Mrs.

caused for the most part by delay in hand as the powers upon this mundane Congressman Lamar, is his. speech by the mill company on Railroad,I and particularly mFuntfn '!'Chas! Cawthorn. tthlt Bantam pullet, B. 1E'9 Burkes; second,Ht. fr',> .1.,".
at Ancilla the I I "I thank for valnable aid first O M Stanley. White Bantam pen, Lu M
the great through mall service further emphasized importance you your
sphere have practically demonstrated street and will be occupied by pr, first O M Stanley. Pit Game cock,
of the legislature passing a franchis; I 'fn this campaign! .and I conipatulatovou first, Mrs. S K ;
up the line. The railroad companiesare Baggett as a drug store.Mi' first, L. Moore. Pit Game cockerel first. r Fower&uquet. (
I their Inability to cope with tax law to make the railroads and I on the victonr that I firmly be- W.O.' Barnes, fit Game, hen, first L. its, 5 od)Burdik Callidlumlira
obviously responsible for this de James Bush bought and is tearing Tissue "
[I Mr. Rockefeller's octopus. corporations pay taxes on their hold. Ueve we will achieve. : Moors.Pit Game. pullet first W. D. ''
lay. The government them down and removing the two small 'I I Barnes. Pit Game trio first, E. L. Car-Flower first JJr T. J TaW3n 1Fers
pays ex- ings in proportion to the taxes paid Dispatches from Htfea' and town, )( M. ; "}
horbitant rates for carrying the malls I It is stated upon good authoritythat by the mass of the people. If the store houses on north side of the j up' the state f""Hf'tp.that a lare Collier rington.Bros.Rhode Rhode Island Red.Island cockerel Red, first.hen Mar Lou r Single Fern sl

and the railroads take their own time the consumption of cigarettes voters of every county gut behind railroad next to the Masonic Hall I vote la bpfns: J''Hpd. Evrvwhere the !!1 I first Collier Bros. Buff Orpington cock I Lou Caw than. Coil' Palms '
their Quite a number of citizens attended -weather is favorable : first. F. E. Plank: second J. B. Richardson Mrs. W. O Cpbl S gle P.i' v:
representatives between and and the ccmntnrroads 1;
and suit their own convenience about 'has fallen off greatly during the past now the.Fair at DeFunlak Springs and Buff Orpington, cockerel first F. E. ,Mis. A. G CpblL Coil .
next April this great idea win be accomplished are in fine coitfton.! In all Plank. first, Mary
Bun Orpington hen first, F. B.I Cwhn (
delivering them.If year. The consumption caused\ by seemed surprised to learn the numerj j I .. .
first,
the Geranium
and taxes assessed on Industrial renter'! the early mom' Plank. Buff Orpington pullet first l<. E. I ldra ,
the post office department when smoking cigarettes is now due to fall many millions of values now going ous advantages West Florida,, has. I Ing vote was unusually heavy. I IGOV'R 'I Plank.. Buff Orpington. Trio. first. F. K Art-O:1, first J., Ir Pe' ;1Ot'

letting the mall contracts were to oft. scot free. Smoke out Jetrerso ', representatives Mr. EL M. Sessoms made a business I I Plank. Buff Orpington,' pen. first. F. E i second.first lr, \Vatn' i MI
Plank. Blua Andalusia, ,
cock
first J. T ) Lndrm
in Senate and House on trip to Laurel Hill yesterday.. i Stubbs. Watson. il:. Alloj
provide a good stiff fine and then collect .BECKHAM'SMACHINE I I I Blue Andalusia Pullet first' J. I f
Heal
Another Indian massacre is about this point-Monticella News. Judge L. J. Reeves of Pensacola,. T. Stubbs; 'second J. T Stubbs. 111u. I Fellows; second Myrtle tt Ten
the fine for every hour's" delayin between'ltand was with us yesterday on legal busi. Andalusians, pen first J..T, Stubbs. 8 In Crayon, t.W Mrs. sc'il
The difference
the delivery of malls the'railroads due. only Want It All. 1 BROKEN S. Hamburgs. cock first O. 1>(. Stanley. end, Cha W. t.Fa''c T\
the of the early days ness.Dr. I i S. S. Hamburgs, hen, first O. }(. Stanley. first C. E. Pleas:
would soon get into the habit of making massacres The railroads have gotten far more Yates the optician was here fly Associated Pres I IS. S. Hamburgs.. trio, flrgt,O }.L Stanley. Smith. CoU Kodak Vle.'s I -i R r"w!'

: their schedules on time, and for will probably be that the Indians will lands from the state already than yesterday on a business trip. i Louisville, Ky., Nov. 6.-The indications -]'I'I Silver Houdon.Duck pep, first,Bantam Alex Von Axelson. Str second, Mrs. .Ge. e.e1 Lt-t
Wing firt. r
be massacred this time.Peary's should ever haTe been granted and Mr. Walter Garrett is having improvements -. ; cock O M. Pleas. Pfesinal, professional tis\
doing what the people pay them for are that Governor Beckham's Stanley. Silver Duck Wing. Bantam hen
yet want the drainage amendment defeated made on his neat little 0. M. Stanley.TurkejsGoQbl.\. Hop Cawthon.
doing. But the railroads have machine has been broken in.the democratic -, DoT OutCt
pretty record of "furthest north I and hen ,
,
in hopes that their chances residence. first. F. E. Cren' ArclPper
their primary to-day which overshadowed -I Plank : M: -garet
J L.
much own with the ; second Hunt. Burke
way poet 87 6 be for The Scotch has purchaseda
degrees minutes is still many would better them by some Company the congressional races. J. I Ducks-Pair Pekln ducks, first F. E. SmalL Dll. first Irene t5CWn
office department, just as they do miles from the "'"pole and Artie miles hook or crook to yet get the little larger dynamo and will soon light, B. McCrary seems to have been Plank second; F. E. Plank. i Apron first. Cawtl "n. 6(:d
.
with practically every branch of the dab of state lands left-r-Lakeland their mill, store hotel and several endorsed -I Guineas-.Pair -Guineas first, a E. : Ida For Stlnson. Coil Embro '!kT 6r
have a way of stretching out that is Sun. by a substantial majority for I Pleas. Pearl JcConeL Pencil l
government simply fearful. residences by electricity. the United States senate and M. B I 'Geese-Pair feeS first Mrs. Ja*. A. I'. Rosby Brw Drawing : r frt.
'I Sugar grinding is the order,of I McLean. Specimen PyrofT 1,1
Now that the railroad | cane the Rosby Brw.
Hays administration
I ,
Lamar on Apaichleola.Congressman the day the farmers. I candiI i I County Exhibit Washington County '. first, Rosby Brown. con Pfrc *zir
up-now that it has at last, despitethe 1 Now that the election is over and Lamar writes the editor among date for the gubernatorial nomination first. CX R, Pleas second Washington first Rosby Brow secoelE ,; ,'1.Lu 1..

cowardice of the politicians, became i the drainage question settled some of the Times that, his return to appears to be away ahead of-hIs opponent County, A. 'C.. Chahdle. *;.-third Waltan Thor Individual D Exhibit IIrIU'ws. nrrt;

a national Issue-we trust that of the state newspapers will have to Florida was delayed by his canvass. ity or honesty. No man has more F. Wt Hagar.WEALTHY County.General Farnt Exhibit, first Collier|; Burke Lu Burkes Home \,:' 'ZX' -T

; the delivery of the mails which affects .: find a new subject to wrangle over. ing in New York State in the Inter. friends among the legislators at a Bros; second. XI' K. McQuarice. ; third first Burkes;. second. Annie l.e*
est of Candidate Hearst at his request than Riley Alex Tue. .
every portion of the country. session of the legislature MAN Farm Products.

'Just as it does Pensacola, will receIve :Mrs Eddy gracefully denies the allegation Mr. Lamar writes that' he will Dorman. We've been there and know. Farm Products-Beggar Weed hay, CLAIM THAT MORAN
visit Apalachicola during the present ,-Lake City Index. SHOT BY BURGLAR first C. E.'Pleas; Quar-
some of the consideration that it de- that she is dead'and, like month to consult with the citizens rte. Pea Vine snd, tnt C K). Pleas; HAS BEEN DETEATEC

Mrves. the illustrious Mark Twain, defies-the : Amu&ing--: second Mexican Clover
about a large appropriation for Apalachicola Rather By Associated Press. C KMcQule -

The question deserves considerable alligator. bay and river.-Apalachicola The Independent is in receipt of a Raleigh. Nov. 6.-L. Banks Holt a hay Quarrie., C E Grass, second hay, first, C.,K.C.Me-E. New YorkInoratcl: :

consideration in Times. letter from Chas A. Choate managerof wealthy manufacturer, was fired upon Pleas; second.: C. K McQuarrie. has receive cnesion
pens cola and we Wonder what abbreviation the Simplified ----. the Florida News Bureau saying In his home to-night supposedly bya hay, first, C. E. p second, C. K Ilxe Mc that Moran

trust that It will continue to get whatit Spelling Board will find for Broward at Sanford.A [ that this bureau will be closed next burglar, the bullet striking his face, second Quarrie, ;C.Display hay, first C. E. ; been defeated In Massachusetts by i

deserves until we get relief or until Mr. Hearst's expressive "plunder- large crowd greeted Governor week and thanks the Independent for inflicting wound which It. is feared Fodder K. Mcare I Felo1 6 stl Corn large majority, said to be 30,000

: we find out why we can't get I it. I Broward here Saturday night A plat, the "valuable assistance you have rendered will prove fatal.CARRIED Oat first,C.' ;Si send.bun4e.
bund in the campaign." This is Six bundles first Roy received at the E'-
form had been erected on the corner be
Now that Peary has started on, the, Andrews, second C. K. Six I i PROOSA 1 and :a*]
rather for the Independenthas r Acunt
of First street and Park for amusing
avenue I reu
BY SMALL bundles J. .
homeward journey from his latest. The president will have an elegant Rice first, L. ; second G!Department Washington, ,
the speakers but later it was decidedby fought the anti-drainage crowd A. One-half Seed o'clock mi. November 13. 1506. and pusllcly -
trip in search of the north pole a opportunity to think it all over duringhis the committee to have the meetingin and especially the Florida News Bu VOTE AT BONIFAY first. Collier Bros. buhe ear C nrt.Rye opened a. Immediately thereafter 10

; record of furthest north reached by coming ,voyage to the isthmus. the opera house where the audience ; reau. From that office came all tho N. c Morrison.'sen. ," .- furnish at the navy yard Pencl Fla..
various explorers is of Casva ft. Bri Bushel a quantity of oak plank APplications
Interest. The be seated slush against the drainage movement
could comfortably
Special to The JournaL Velvt Bo fra J. & for proposals should refer 1(
record is as follows: HHH.H......""' and enjoy the speeches. Governor and it is supposed that it was maintained Bonifay Nov. 6.-Bonifay precinct first ; 0 C. Peuu: Schedule 22L Blank proposals will b

t Eastern Hemisphere.Tear Broward made a splendid speech on, by corporate interests. It costa gives 28 votes for drainage to 22 ris. Sweef, .J. Potatoes, = T. Steele: furnished upon application to the the BJreau. -
to
Explorer. Latitude.. THE ADVENTURERS the drainage question and succeededin : lot of money to scatter literature over against It. The election was very send. C C.Smith Rutbu ,7.first pay .otc B. -PaymasterGeneral -
Deg.Min. K making many converts thereby.-: the state-maybe one hundred thousand quiet Tui: Collir Bros.- L U.H N. HRI.
1594 William Sanford Chronicle. dollars. But then if the amend ond J. first V.s.. S
Barents. ,..,?? 2015C9 (Atlanta Journal.) L HWt. 'OnIDs
Pleas; .
I ment is voted down it is worth it to Pumpkins,
-Rup I-Ieemskerck..79
49 Lord Curzon first, Robert Daniels
en Voyage. second, C. E. Pleas.
1607-William Scoresby....80 23 I......**.. ..I.I.I... Flying All Right-But. 'I the railroads and other corporations New York Nov. 6. Squash, tr C.Z.'P1ea. Display Just Received.
: 1837-W. E. Well go on and vote for your drainage who do not wish the land that Is to -A London'spe per C. Pea second. Pep OIL CIlSf""
Parry. ..... .. .82 46 cial to the Times Mn S Imported Macaroni, Sweet
Robert E. Peary from whom nothing amendment if you want to. but be drained to be taxed-they want says: Lord Curzon GrD. first, ; Dill Plcklea. Kraut Mackerel C "'
.. i
1868-Nordenskjold .... ...81 4% second Lwej Sue .t
the legislature to tax the people 'of former viceroy, who married Mary L Hunt. Fish, h Onions, P
1874-Julius Payer......... .82 05 I authentic had been heard, for after you have established this. oligarchy Leiter Adkinson. secondi J, R Cane Phr. Fet. Bread. Everytu.1
1896-Frederick Jackson.....81 20 months, and for whose safety very you may be reminded of our old the whole state so that their proportion ; the Earl and Countess of Suf-- Cane, first, L.,Hut; Ribb Bread.fresh and new.
folk second
1896-Frithjof Nansen..86 general fear had been felt has been story of the little fellow trying to fly .will be juggled so as to cost them (Margaret Hyde Leiter) and Miller. Japes Cne. ) Willis With BaseS Jl.00 per gallon.
,
Iff but little. at Independent Mrs. Leiter are sailing on the Baltic Johnson OH
heard from; across the northern silences "Frylng's all right but lighting's Petersburg s0. Marine .
& Grocery
189
Walter
Wellman..82 00 [for New:York. Snp ft Wfllls Johnson; second Company.V.
t 1900-Duke of Abruzzl.......86 34 I comes the has messages that the hell!"-The Floridian. I B New, Syrup,_ first, J. C Day; J. VIDAL Manager.remenma .
American flag been planted nearer -
Western Hemisphere.1S7John Confidence in Dorman. .
the pole than has the flag of anT
Davis...........72 12 nation.
other
Commander R.
Peary The inuendos east at Hon. W.
? 1607-Henry Hudson........73 00 ,
reached a. point 87 degrees 6 minutes Dorman by the live Oak News in its
I
161ft-William Baffin........77 451 I north or only 203 miles from the pole.' last issue is somewhat of 'a reflection -

1854-E. K. Kane...........80 10:, The Italian pw.e'o( .Abruzzl who held on the people of its.county. In for
(
1870( --C. F. Hall............82 11' the record previously was compelled three successive ctlons they have I aiii nip is
.
1876 -O. S. Nares...........83: 20 to stop 34 minutes farther south. chosen him as one of their legisla-

"I JL882-A. W. Greely..........83 24 Step by step the intrepid adventurers tive standard-bearers. and it looks as _

1903-Robert E. Peary..... .84 17 have been creeping nearer to that if the good citizens of old Suwannee .---- --

;* 'a 1906-Robert' Peary..87 06.,goal for three hundreds years and have not lost confidence In' his abU-: Equal teeny 11.0 preparation ,oiutho,.market.'r' .

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r.a. Oh. for a INDIAN dwelling SUMMER.in some golden I The JotJrJJtll's''Daily Fashion Feature We the have pleasure fine Brier of the Pipes smoker.from :25o to Meeting Last Night and 4iI ) -

clime $5.00. Meerschaum Pipes. $:.00 to US.00. L- &, t '
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Hushing the knell that winter ,- I .1k.1 ti i :

'J winds had rung. -' '" meeting of Camp Want' Ko. '10 .# a

s. The Birthplace of U. a V., was held last night In' supt.1 t I tI
old who has I l I Prompt Delivery.PHONE 1
Uie some emperor ", Cook's office, when delegates to rep
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.t.V.V.to amassed, resent the camp at the re-onion at '-' -I ,

l. In his Alambra of the arching I '. 1100. Gainesville, Fla: were elected, and -
s. woods other matters discussed. ,
The pictures archieves of a glorious There was va good attendance of iss4'ellle Holmes AIp.zTi/1ie 't 'Ii
t. past II :. members of the camp, and much in-
. I, jf with Mrs. Pasco's'slster. Mrs. Janle ::
r.'I: And with his sheated sword among I -1.1: (. Tnrnbull of Montlcello left for homeat terest was exhibited,. and it la proba. : -
Q them broods. 5 o'dock ble. that In addition to the delegates I While woman is entirely' free from Compound sooner; for bava trim K> men -
yesterday afternoon.Mrs.
Turnbull will there wllT be a good attendance of periodical suffering,it does not seem to remedies without help. -
S.I. stop In Tallahassee be the plan of nature that women MI dreaded the approach of every month
the Veterans from the
spreads shining spell of ,city, The reunionIs
. There I en route. They have been In the should suffer so severely. This is at it meant so much.pain and sofferiBf foe
summer fields. : city to attend the Mallory-Pasoo to beheld on the 13th and llth, strain woman's asevere ma,bat after had used the Compocnd tw<
broken corn like lances and the' 9lIowing delegates will on a> vitality. months became andD&tun.laDdQ
10il The 4 wedding. .... represent When ,
exists Is
il dropped in flight, I Wiic- Camp Ward: W. L. Wlttlch pain something wrong now perfectly wen and free from pain. Ian i :
which should be set It will '
right or grateful
I. Starred with the glitter of untarnished Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Yonge have W, Trimmer.. Richard Rathwell, B. very for what Lydia&: PJnkhaaH .
I.t. lead to a serious derangement of the vegetable Compound has dIme; for me.*
. shields returned from their wedding trip and C. Cooper, Mark Mayo, G. Spoon andD. I whole female organism.

\S... Where frosted leaves have scat- -' are at home at the residence of Mr. O. Brent. Thousands of women have testified Such testimony should be accepted i
tered in the night / \ and Mrs. P. K.. Yonge 316 Guille- I in grateful letters to lira. Pinkham by all women as convincing; evidence h !I
marde street THE ART OF IRONING. that Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable that Lydia, E. Piakaam'a VegtUbloCompound :

The sere but splendid banners touched ', Compound overcomes woman's specialpains : stands without a peer.. .. ... I
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.II. with flame, The Ladles Benevolent Society of 0.04 Laudry Work K.ais.s and irregularities.It remedy for all the distressing Ills of : .
Temple Beth-El ,will meet this afternoon _* Proper Appllueo 0..1 I women. jfThe -
" Torn by His warring winds; the fitful 'I provides a safe and sure;way of '
gleamsTtat at 3:30 o'clock,,and all. membersare Some valuable Instructions In escape from distressing and dangerous success of Lydia E.: Pinkham'sVegetable f t

. weave his conquests in the loom ii I urged to be.present.Mr. .. .- of Ironing for the amateur or ignorant < weaknesses and diseases. well-earned Compound rests upon the :
." ..,. gratitude of American _
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The two letters tell I
following t.
given In so convincingly
professional recent
of fame, are a
and Mrs. D. Q. Wilkinson, of women.
'" what E. Pinkbans'aVegetable l'
. Along the flowing tapestries of Pine Apple. Ala., are visiting their monthly.; Too many people Iron carelessly Compound Lydia will do for When women are troubled with pain : { '
, streams. and stupidly when a little time or irregularities ulceration .
1.I. son, Mr M. Wilkinson, and family fail to displacements or -
women, they cannot bring hope "
I.L of 1332 EAst. Gonzalez street and labor expended on the care of the to thousands of sufferers. of the organs that bearing- :
I.t Through the green doorways of the Irons'and system In arranging thingsfor I I down feeling, inflammation,backache, ,
mazy vales The many friends of Mr. and Mrs. the work before it Is begun will I I Miss Nellie Holmes,of 540 N.Division bloating (or flatulency), general debility !

III Nod" rusty antlers and the eagles Gus Eggart, formerly of this city, will greatly sen the difficulty and shorten Street Buffalo N.Y.,writes: indigestion and nervous prostration I
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'i. spread the pained to learn that Mrs. Eggart Dear Mrs. PInkham"Yourmedirine or are beset with such symptoms tl' :
the operation. A good light a clear
pinions down the passed away in Atlanta on Saturdaylast. it indeed an Ideal medicine as dizziness, faintness, lassitude exdttbility ; ;
Their slanging
I Mr. Geo left bright fire, 'when gas is not used a for women. I suffered misery for yean with : irritability nervousness, : -'
gales Eggart Saturday .
cloudy I good set of irons, not too light and not painful periods,headaches,bearing-down
,Lia Toward the coverts. Here Is -. at noon for Atlanta to be present at pains. I consulted two different physicians leeplessnees, melancholy, they should
noth1ngdead. '"t the funeral. too heavy for slender arms, an ampla but faDed to get any relief. friend from the remember there Is one tried and '
t. I I board covered with a blanket and a east advised me to try Lydia E. Pintfatm'i true remedy. Lydia E. Pinkham'i
:. enchanted [: 7 The kind you want-Blue Ribbon clean cloth sewed or tacked not laid Vegetable Compound. I did m,and no longer ta.ble Compound,at once remove II.Ve II.!
- Except the leaves. and they f : : suffer Idid before. periods natural such troubles. Eefns
1V Lemon and Vanilla. Absolutely pure on-with these materials and patience, as My are : to bay any other ;
fly; 1 : ; twice as far and the "Blue every ache and pain la gone, and my general medicine, for;yon need the best. '. 1
But In a conscious sleep all nature go Rib care and, endurance, anybody can with health much improved. I advise all women i
,-. ,' .-.L. ; bon Flavor" Is' perfection.. Ask L for a little practice turn out as good work who suffer to Woke Lydia x.Piakham's Vegetable Don't hesitate to write to Mrs. Hi
. seems --:' i :;" ::;' the 25c size. > Compound. Piokbam if there is anything f : !
; and The Irons must be
Lulled by the mood of earth 1 JAr. < as a laundry. kept
Mrs. TUlle of N. D. about your sickness do not : 1
magic sky, .; ', '",' In good condition frequently rubbed Hart Larimona understand. She -will you treat t
7
you '
1I Whose sun is the dim shrine of FAULTS CHILDREN.. with brick dost and oil and polished on writes Dear Mr: Ptnkham- with kindness and her advice is J

cloudy dreams. a piece of carpet or coarse cloth every ..I have been months tree. No woman ever regretted !
pared
might
4.t. many
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t IJa-.tlJrate u.e Ca Before Re- time they are used. And they must I of suffering and pain had 1 only known of the writing her and she ha helped t f'. i
t.t., Here where the monarch and his H1tD'S COAT OF CLOTH. sorting te Pai.shment.A f never be allowed to Brt. efficacy of Lydia; E. PnUuun'. Vegetable I thousands. Address Lynn Mass. !

daughter soft-hued dwell Iris of autumnal i Dark blue,broadcloth was used for'' with a button at each point and ti ness large amount children of so called be hau&htI.1 I ,Some fastidious' people have an objection I i isk Mrs. PlnUum's Ukc-.1: Woman Best Uadcrstuds I Nona's Ills. ,l t
(The this'chUd's front was ornamented by cut pieces among may to, baring their underclothes
making coat shown lathe:
i. for which exclude I >
.e; :My soul bloom would) linger in cloister spell' sketch the trimming consisting of of the broadcloth stitched. The mo-i the upon desirability grounds punishment quite for .its Ironed at *11. for they know the care _ _ _ _ ._ J>,- I
light colored ,cloth, or in black silk less ways of Inferior domestics,. who I !
I, LPSS gay than life; less solemn .long tie ends of velvet and embroidered -would also be very pretty in writ "r'ICOrrectiOn, says viwriter in the London use'dirty Irons, mix clean and soiled ;

j than the tomb. buttons. The turndown collar or satin, trimmed with Irish point Lancet. It may be due to the fact that I garments and leave the clothes:>> hanging ------I rh
jf jII: -(Carlos Vivant, in Gunter's Magazine. was trimmed with a band. of velvet lace about the collor and cuff* the child has had insufficient sleep or in a smoky fly ridden kitchen for '
LIIt I II. overtired after a long day's excitement ; -
I days at a time. One particular worn
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-:, THE WEDDING BRILLIANT MALLORY-PASCO TUESDAYA AFFAIR.At 'I'I with. Clarke Mr. Robert Porter Denham.with Mr.and Walter Mr.J. ity won.has held the friends she 'EO easily I Children the direct may result be of restless being undertlred.or restiveas I I an from has the her outside lingerie of line brought sweet and and up to fresh her COOPER'S ;, : ;

1.ii Mr. Pasco is popular in social from the Triads heaven, prefersto
very '
have been confined at home
eleven o'clock Tuesday morning, PHtThe They may wear them with only a little pulling
and professional circles being one of
the marriage of Miss Nellie Mallory'the groomsman Mr. James Pasco Pensacola for the whole, day Owing to the inclemency : out of the frills but. for most of us
lawyers.The
followed with ,: prominent young
ii'I eldest of I a brother of thegroom, of-the weather, and as a consequence J.
daughter Mr. and Mrs.
will that would too unfinished and :
Miss Stella Avery, the bridesmaid home of the young couple seem
Attila! F. :Mallory this city and Mr. the only apparent outlet for REMEDIES'
maids to be
handsomely gowned in a soft shade undoubtedly be a most charming and rough. So teach your
Samuel Pasco the eldest son of ex-: their restrained physical energy; is
" blue silk, delicately figured with popular one.The neat clean and quick about these
Senator and Mrs. Samuel Pasco of those wbo have .
. found by annoying
with happiest predictions andwarm- ; Of clothes need to be -
small black rings and trimmed things. course
Monticello took place at the First of them. I't-
i.i. church the Rev. JullanSbiey white lace. She wore a becoming est congratulations follow them. charge aired thoroughly but they are not improved ;
. Presbyterian There are also some cases In which I
black hat trimmed with a white bird. by lying around the kitchen or

!The officiating.church was charmingly decor. She carried bridesmaid roses and THREE DeFUNIAK.WEDDINGSAT an Incipient physical or mental disorder -i laundry too long A simple wrinkle I I !F.J<
ma.nlfest'ltBelt i
by symptoms
,4.
.., some ferns and magnificent white and to be a wedding but last week we ink r perversity unless'the'possibillty of the i shape. so that they do,not hang down OUR SIXTH : ,
yellow chrysanthemums being used The beautiful younger sister of the with else had over the Iron at the corners. A clean I
- everybody a :
3I. with telling' effect four .tall vases bride, Miss ,Cora Mallory,,.as maid of genuine common surprise when Mr. Phil Fellows onset of an illness la borne In mind. It i cloth at the right hand Is the propel SHIPMENT. WE HAVE ; t 4 f

holding the long stemmed blossoms. honor, followed alone a charming on Wednesday morning met Is notorious that.ill timed punishment : thing on which to test Its heat Cotton THEM NOW FORTH SE ;1' : ;

Long before the appointed hour the picture. She wore a pale green I Miss Nettie Coyer of Relderrille, In these cases at times has precipitateda I. and muslin garments should be .

t. church was filled with a large and gown of soft silk with white lace Wis.. at the train, and went to the! severe. attack. ,Stuttering' and shy evenly damp or they will not take a WHO WANT THEM. ;'.. ,
1 fashionable congregation composed of yoke and her bouquet of bridesmaid ness are also likely to be aggravated
I'residence of Mrs. E. R. Sprague smooth gloss and to accomplish thi.pUl'P"s .
1I Oc: relatives and friends of the popu-I roses with their soft blush tint was where they were married by Dr. by being noticed. A deaf child Is often a clean cloth and a bowl of J '

,( lar young couple. Among the out-of- most effective. She wore a lovely Baker, of, thA Metrodlst, church The1! inattentive and has been occasionally the best combination l I
t. ----- '-- - cold water are
t, town guests were the bride's srand- Hack hat. bride spent a part of the winter her1 classed among the mentally defective.It I "
J mother, Mrs. Susan Simpson, her son On the arm of her father, Mr. 'A. two years a
.41 Mr Chas. Simpson and daughter, F. Mallory the bride entered. Miss formed iJ-en iipj: I ned into the attachment are punished for the, faults ,of their Renewing Dqflle.

I: Miss Ellie Simpson of Arcadia; Senator Mallory has always been considered a of which the w adding is the result teachers. This Is undoubtedly true When the hemstitching Is beginning W. A. D'AIemberte
!. and :Mrs. Samuel Pasco their beautiful girl' and her radiant beautywas when such faults exhibit themselves as
sized
doily or napkin
to wear on a good
i sons Messrs. John and James Pasco, never so striking as at this time. S a continually close atmosphere In the ,
1 the groom's immediate family and his She was gowned in a very handsome Mr. L. J. Nat+h"y cad Miss Lenoy: schoolroom or a prolonged strained and and the linen' center remains good and

1I. aunt Mrs. Janie Turnbull, of Monti--costume of white cloth with white Wise stole a march on the old lo'kj! attitude of the punTs! body strong cut the doily all around the

, cello. lace yoke and half sleeves. a dainty and several of their friends and were cramped while he Is seated at work. Tlrequent hemstitching and make a new hem. Druggist and Apothecary 'p I
Before and during the ceremony, white hat completing the costume happily mailed &l the residence of air drawing the threads just far enough
Miss Laney presided at the organ and on her arm she carried an immense Mrs. J/ W Mcawain Sunday, Oct 2S i *, periods of exercise In the open ant away from the old line to find a strong

. rendering choice selections the pro bouquet of bride roses at 12 noon. lion. 1 \. McCallum oiflelating. essential In order to arouse the circulation place. This will give you a smaller 121 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET PHONE 109
If .
I. cessional being Mendelssohn's Wedding They were met at the channel by We join wIth their' many and to stimulate the mind a dolly practically new. If you do not

March and the recessional the the groom wltti his best man and friends in a hearty congratulation. mischievous disposition Is to be com want to spend the time or take the

. Bridal Chorus from Tannhaeuser. brother, Mr John Pasco, and the sol a bated. _ trouble to hemstitch. make a tiny hem -
1.t. Promptly at eleven o'clock the bridal emn service was performed after Married at thr home of',the, brides and edge It with a narrow lace heavy .1-.1r;

tot t.to a
led by the ushers. Mr. C. L. Shine the east aisle. The groom and Miss Bessie Miller to Mr.: A.. J Bol- :
C CI attendants wore the conventional ton Hon. J., A. Richbrurg officiating. There are so many ,ways of servIngeggs

" morning wedding 'suIts'with grey After the ceremony they returned tj that the vegetarian does not haveso OEFt.A.: : II C-rSE:: :

.4. gloves and briderose boutonniers. the room where they received the bad a time after all unless he is of SUND Y'ALWAYS' ., :

f, "The Best Is What We Sell" They were driven at once to the hearty congratulations and. several a contrary'disposition and will not eat :
" home of the"bride's parents, 220 North valuable gifts from friends and retatlves. the healthful food the hen provides.One Day of Rest (Tanda Splitting Head-

1; Palafox street where a very informal I They: will kave ,for a shon way of doing them Is a la St ache.Many'persons : {

reception was held. only relatives visit the firot; ol the week for the Catherine, though why thus named Is' dread to see Sunday Wednesday Night, November 7. .

The and a few intimate' ,,-friends.' being Day country.--DeFuniak{ Breeze. more than the most erudite could disclose. come round. ButIt's a fine day If \ ,
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presentMr. -a.;.,. ., Cut cold baked potatoes In used right. t
A
MORAL IN EVERY LINE
Samuel Pasco Jr., Senator and Mrs. Pasco and their
and Mrs. out looked .
halves lengthwise and scoop a part A Washington man recently
CI left at noon on an extended wedding sons Mr. John and Mr. James Pasco, of the pulp. Break the eggs Into half Into the matter and found why he had EVERYONE SHOULD SEETHE .
_
FirstSteamer trip and will return via Monti<;ello, sprinkle with salt and pepper add a 1 such a mean time of It Sundays-and It" ,. :i '
:
where.they will be the guests of of cream to each and bakeIn other days, too.
teaspoonful
II Senator and Mrs.. Pasco and a large "Up to about ten months,aso I was '
. a moderate oven until the eggs are I DRAMATIC EVENT OFTHC SEASON, j :;
reception vrill he given them when afflicted 'with severe headaches two
the bride' will meet her very large Chase & Sanborne's: set In th>' meantime* beat the whiteof I or three times a week, and always on "

, connection of new relatives. Her an egg into a stiff froth and workInto j Simdavs :
- I handsomegrey It gradually the potato pulp which I "IrdPwL It became such a wttlM
a
, going was qi
away gown MABEL MONTGOMERY
. to arrive in New York toilette.' Seal Brand CoffeeThis has been scooped out Heap over the thing that t dreaded to see <*' ***y

o from Holland this seaSon -., This marriage ,unites very prominent baked eggs and keep In the oven until conieAt first I ascribed the !"nudayheadaches = f'

.. families of Florida the Pascos, is the coffee that well puffed and brown. These are nice to the fact that I did not I
,- brought over our Scotts and Denhams of Jefferson .for a lunch dish or for high tea. rise as earl a* OB other davs.. In or- hi tin Brett Emotional! f. : : :
() makes new friends, 'wherever der to test It I beran to rise 1n (t as "
. stock of newHOLLAND who are prominent figures in the it it served. It'isthe earlv !;Snndavs.. but the head aches PLAYED Drint.ZAZA, Pittsburg, I:

1I life of middle Florida, the groom'sfamily Teastmar the Hair. swiTiInclv wt ,worse."At : 35 Times :
II I-I- HERRINGWe and among the bride's relatives ideal family coffee of The abominable fashion of "teasing"the .last. I conolnrf-d that coffpp. ofwhich York

the Simpsons and Overmans on hundreds of ,r hair Is responsible for much of the I was verY fond. and ,used par- New St.Lou'is 1. +

inbulkat her mother's side'who have been and Pensacol- i untidy hairdressing of today. To the tfr1Jhrlv11 tm""Vas",tb,. dreetrsneecfrnv I 500 Times -.

have them are people ot note is West Florida. ians.. It has that" delicious uninitiated one must explain thatasing" .. .trr2nle.! I sfoT ixl atOTIIV l Z 30 Times

5 cents, 3 for 10 cents. Her paternal great'' grandfather was flavor which is far : means combing the hair the 0"f" ,II enmnwn-ii Poet"" efle Boston San Francisco f\,
Mr. Francisco Moreno one of Pensacola's whit'11 tfmf'l'! the h.aqi&Pq bare 'a't :
, Also small kegs, mixed, oldest and most influential citizens superior to other wrong way so as to make It appear entirely .n...iMv>ur*l. ont THofW feel 50 Times 75 TimesPhiladelphia t
t any the hair
90 thick and fluffy. It ruins In otTwr'w vs.
'
Milchers $1. and her grandfather was Hon. TnnT '
cents ; Stephen R. Mallory United States combining both strength I eventually oy breaking It and making "T wonM not now rn n...1r to ecee At Playtd Another shipment of to and It fall out but even the prospect of future nnHor any cfre1In1Ca. *t ..i-qt '', "
Senator for several terms prior purity. ;
'. New ; of baldness will not keep the girla ....04thoi'ec'r'-.,....r. f. nll. J'- .h-- 50Times 40 Times ; .
:Mackerel.Rosenau&Gerelds the civil war and later secretary I -
.. _. 'r
... Tl .V+
.. + h'"flS
the navy of the Confederate States in from doing it If It were very becoming -' .e. r.f PV n Mrs. Leslie Carter Iii
_-.I. Ioai'naa. Wa "''I "nf WI"''''' It .
for It -
be some excuse
Her
President Davis's'cabinet uncle might
there ....,,, .,
Hon Stephen R. Mallory occupies a Sol Cahn & -Co. But whoever yet saw a "te s-r mpadour "T.i! __- ....'.... D-.i-'. fn j I PRICES-25 cents to $1.50. .:

seat in the United 'States. Senate at that did not look ex '{ aly ._._.1q .1__ f_ 'A f-"'_ :

THE FANCY GROCERS the present time.. unlovely and untidy? If Mme. i i.Jipa- 1. '... ,,' ...'-41_ ;.
,
;flo '.. .1071.
Miss Mallory is herself a great soda The.Pure_Food._Store". dourcould come-to life and see. ome.: ...r .,!..,.,...",..- fA ..-_I".... ...., ...-.. I I

116 SOUTH PALAFOX ST. favorite in Pensacola: and was Southwest Corner Palatoi and Intendencu: of the monstrosities patterned after the I .. Ifn ..._.. 1w .p."f"",' ('n TIf+J", -

the second queen of. the .Pensacola fashion she originated she :would be ''_ "..." +10. 1fttl )vn 1r. -tl
the i:
for Jor-
Phone 391 I cja.rnlvalher, ,royal consort 1 being Mr. Phones J Ij 8 Bvercoi TttSi rvoacsa' U4 chagrin.. I I"t' to TO"lMHe" In 'pkgs. Subscribe ,, if ,
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t. *'
reason- .
-_ J. E.B&ar&: Her. : charming-Persona1- :<;-.,; -- :..;j.. ? i. '. "
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i PAGE SIX. THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL WEDNESDAYMORNING, NOVEMBER 7, 1906. : =





---I CLASSIFIED- ADVERTISEMENTS THA T PAY (



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; .I ......... .......0..................................: HAVE YOU -1- Re n Estate iauisviu.i: & NASHVILLE- RAILROAD. COMPAjy-


L :Through and LocaiTim.' Tables Between Pensacola and Pol,ttsNorth..



: REAL ESTATE] !I II i $Is or $n Do' You" Pay IPor_Sane 'I READ Trains 4 DOWN No-' : Trains READ 3 Net.llE1pjn UP-1.



25 Per "Cent :iiami Lv..''..'.....''..H'.Pensacola........ .........Ar :
Lots 14 to 18. block 179 :Mascot 6:30am COp Ar.....t...........1.ontgomery.................Lv 6:0IaJnl:, 4:0: Pii
i IPOR SALE i TO INVEST $1500-tract three lots at Fisnenrille and 11:4 am 9:10pm Ar.......,........Bi ng.ham...... .........Lv 4 %S"PIDI1:1Sana:
I i of Your Income front hard street. 7apJD; .-Ar..nNashvllle......_..__._-.Lv $:: ; mIS: &:II

: 8:00pm 3.37amI Lv_.................Nashville..Ar $:ll1:25am &: atJJ
$ 600-All of block, 140, West King tract. \ a.16am .................. & .................. t 3:00am: i:
In some vacant Iota on :East Hill.. You For ? 7:40am 2:10pm Ar..................S Louls...........n.....Lv j 1:4PIIt;; 1:20pm:

: can buy and them$4 a month.for $60 and They up are, paying ineras-$5cash Rent $ 325-8 lots, block 109, West King tract. 1:Opml 3:%' ':................. .................. I 3.% Z:31)p1ll-
; i 2:10am.:30 Ar. ................Louisville..Lv ZI; 1I
lot 107x110 feet excellent neighborhood Ing In value day' and you can get \1bam
: 2 Dwellings on East on Wright large street corner........................................... $4500 00 : a good profit every out of your Investment be* $ 110-King Lots tract 21 and(east 22',120 block feet).48, West 7:20a.mIIJOOn'D At...................Cincinnatl.........-........Lv 1l.OOpm 1:00p1ll I:3OpIll:
: fore you finish paying for .them.
6-room East Zarragossa street near Seville ....$2100 00 : If at West
: dwelling on square you pay any'rent $1500-For both blocks 113 and 207, BETWEEN PENSACOLA, MOBILE AND NEW ORLEANS.

Large 1'story dwelling on East Intendencla street ..................$1000 00 : all just drop in here King tract.$5000Lot 6&1. 2&3: 4&i __ 3 & 2 1
: RENTS COLLECTED AND PROMPT ,
East Hill with : 181, block 27, Old City.. On 7:00am 11:OSpm 11:SSam .......,.. & .......... S.OOam -
lot 4OOpm
neighborhood, on IIOx-
7-room 150 feet dwelling,!stone, excellent walk stables, etc. .................... ............$4500 00 RETURNS MADE. most any day and let..us 7 Intendencia xl10. street near Baylen 10:45am 56am;: 4:11)m: ..........:. ........... (12:40am: 1l:5 am t H: ;PIII
: i MONEY PLACED AT INTEREST ON 6:00pm 7.158m 1.15pm Ar........ wOrleans..Lv 8.1apml. .. . I.

2'atorT"S'room dwelling on Wright street, .near Palafox ..........$8000 00 REAL ESTATE MORGTAQES. talk to you about the $7875-Lot on southwest corner Baylen -
and Chase. FLOMATON, PENSACOLA, RIVER JUNCTION AND
I : 6.room'dwelllng on corner lot on East Gadsden street, lot 120x132'feet '/ ; JACKSONVILILH

., with bath and gas :..............................-..,....... $325000 WANT TO BUY A HOME OR INVESTIN houses-homes-we can $3000 Lots 1 to 5. block 29, New City, I 5 1 1 1 I 3 1' Trains do not stop at stations 2 I 4 ,
: Dally
; DallylDally
PROPERTY? CAN. SELL YOU! Datly where no time Is shown DaIlYI Dally DalIyl
: 5-room dwelling desirably located on North Atcaniz street, with lot .1 EITH ER. sell you for a small pay- East Gregory St.. :;::':. 4:5;; 2:30 2.7d Lv..Flomaton..A.r' 12:47. Pal'_'

............................................ 1 I ...... I::l S'::25;;'
= 50x173; feet ........... $2000 00 $1300-Lots IS to 20. block 138, New 6:00 %:35 %:55 ............Century............. 1:40: 11 6:21
: WANT TO SELL.YOUR PROPERTY? ment down and the balance City. ...... 5:0. %:41 .3:06: ..........BlutI Springs .......... %: 1:25 II.. ....
: 6'room dwelling at Goulding, fronting the railroad, with 20 acres of ; WE CAN SELL IT. r. ....... 5:17.51 .-30 ....lIcDavid ............ 8:151: ....
land ........................... ..............'..."......... $2500 00 like rent.McDAVIDHYER. $1000-Lots 11 to 14, blocK: 149, New City. ...... 5:30 3:04 .3:3.6. .........Plne Barren........... ..l2:221e: *( 1:2 1:05. 7:7Z'i39 8:06': "
: ::::::: Fire Insurance' Placed in ...... 3:13 .-3.50..Zdolino. ............. .11:59 U:4.1: 7.4j: "-
.. $ 735-Lots 11 to 14,.block 132, New City. ...... .5:43...... .4:04 .. .Quintette............ : .7:33-: .'"
First-Class '.. ...... .5:53 -3:2t.l1<< ......;....COttage Hill .......... .11:44 .7:34'. ...
Companies. ; $ 135-Lots 7 and 8. block 118 near Saunders ...... -5:51 3:%' -4:15 ..........Cantonement.......... .11:40 7:311: .'
J milL ...... -6:012:31 .4:23. .............Gonzalea............ : .1:3&1' .7'.5': ...
HOOTON & WATSON | ...... -.6:033:36 .4:5. ... ......;..RobeTts............. : .ll4t:; .....
$ 475-For 2 lots fronting on North Pala- ...... ':)5 .3:45 .4:40: ...........OI1\.e.............. .. :%% .7:17' ..
fox street. ...... .':21 ,.3:51 .f:48.., ... .......:....Brent.............. .l:04 .7Ol: .
| THE RENTAL tJE/ITSI"! i ...... S 153:54 .4:52t--------..;...:UouldiJlg ............ l1:1l .12:01 ::el ::
: LESLIE E. BROOKSReal CO. $1300-All of block 117. East King Tract, ...... :301 4:0V 5:00.. Ar......;". Pensacola.. .......Lv 11:05: 1l:6ii ;:OQ, I


3. Real Estate. Insurance and Loans, Estate' : Agents New' York $13,500-near Gets Saunders'an elegant mill.lot on Garden =);. 11 =. ,-I- J --' .'J I= I I t No-

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: :1 Life Insurance Company. street near Southern Hotel, 80x- __ .1 .. A

I No. 37 S. Palafox Street. Phone No./ 54. I and insurance. J 100 'EAST GOVERNMENT ST.. 192. C 5.20.5:00..I7:84.; ............ 7:13). .Lv..Pensacola..Ar............Bohemla............ I.I l0lo... ............(.,..........,'"i1&..&.

Phone 700. Pensacola, Fla. : 5:%% ...... -.7:15 Point........... .10:33....... .1. -
:... ....... ................ ............. ......... Phone 462. 112.S.. Palafox. $2500-street 7-room bath cottage and gas.' East Lot Jackson 60x150. S 55.. ........ ..... .. ............Yniel'tra............ ..............,......... ,,0IC'""IO:; ,"

_______ 7:18..Escarnhia..l0:2$ ...... .. rOlt
L -: -- ---- $2000-Gets the neat little cottage with : 5:29..S.. 'i:25 .' ]IluIat............. .1.10:1'i./ .... ..."...\" CIs

HELP. WANTED. 'WANTED. 6 lots and on F streets.northwest It's corner a bargain.Garden S : : ...:::::: ::::.:: '7:3i ....... ::. City....:::.;::::::.. ::: :: ::.:::..::::."It-:'t

.... : .... .... 1.39.. ..........MiIton.............. ....... .....
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,WANTED-Lady clerk Must have some PIns will be received For( ) 3f8ln lie $1850-Will buy i small houses on West .S 6:35........... ........ .Range............ .10:05......... .... I.1t'\I t:.\ Sa
until November ,1:0 ......... 815 ............ .
experience but be bright and energetic -:0. 1908., for the removal of !FOR SALE Jackson street. in fairly good con- C .Holts. ...... ... ..... .....\. r &
and write good. readable hand. Apply kr n'n.as St building dition and rent for $23 per month. 1:26...... ..8:30. .............1dilHgan.............. ':12..... ..... I.
Anthonys hospital on Oardeii .." *:3 ............Crestview.. ... .. .. !
IV. A. Gahlenbtck, ri: $ South Palafox street from location ... 9:04 ..... ..... Itt RNl
Street. .lno\* of Garden present and DeVillier streets.to corner $315C-For a very' comfortable home on .C 7:40..i. 8:56 ...........Deer Lana........... .... ......,......1. s' 1
East Jackson street on car line : ". ': ...........1dosSJ' ..... :
Build.ng to beset in in : i 'ftEr
plate location
new HOMES ....... ... 9.3.. .DeFunlak 1:31... .J..j..
chauffeur chew and the bay. ..... '
to overlooking
:WANTED EresrChiclets. in as good condition it C.
as is.
now .. Head..S
... 9:44 ., .
no\l 1:44 .. .. .... :
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,__- A Right let LiscliKofT.reserved 'to reject. any or all. bids.I ': $3000 $ 600-House and lot on West Zarragossa- 9:80.......... ..... ':57.. ..........Pome 'In..... ..... C4'I:. 1'1.Ft
run .... .. ... 10:10 .Westville....... .. .t..
'W.A."TE.o-.j. Servant at once. White or street rents $8.00. Good bargain. .. 7:17....... ..... C.-t -
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1911 North Spring street. 6nov for an artistic and up-to-date S-room ....... .... 10:15. ............Car"Ville............ ......,..... :,
colored. 'ANTED-E\'t.ry girl in town to take and hall cottage; with all modern con- I .... .. ....... : .. .......... ..........
Chiclets to the :>4500-208 West Gadsden street, two two- $5000-Buys a swell little home on North 102/ .Bonifay. ....... ..... _
next picnic. no6 eniences on 'West Chase street : /...... ...... ... ........ .. .1:1// .
WANTED-First-class man to take entire on car- story 7-room and hall house tot Hill. Owner does not want it advertised : .. 10:47// .Chipley. ........ .............1 4
line. i ...... ... ...... ..Aycock.... ... .
charge of logout goperations. which DONKEY'S celebrated Roup Cure Chol- 483sl50, south front on car line, ; call and let us show you. ........... .. 4'"
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: ...... ...... IIO ...........COttondale....... .
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consists of k1dd.r and teams logging era cure, lice and nicest: neighborhood in the city; :! .. ..... ..... f :.
killer
60.000 feet per day Also skidder foreman a an unexcelled Egg mite Producer.as wells All I gas and sanitary connections Will $3500-If you can be interested in investment 12:10 ...... ... 11: ............Marianna............ .G:18//..... ...... !

for"CX.LJdgerwood" Care JournaL Pine Logger.4novlw Address wheat guaranteed that,will and make'a splendid grade of $425Cash I carry a $3000 _mortgage! .on this. lots and property cottage take on the a look northwest at E .ti::::..;:::::..::::::...: n: ... ........... .. r Tdg;:::::::::: ..: : .:::::: ::::::.. D

S. Mellen &. Co., Pensacola.your fowls Fla.lay.Phone F. i $5M-on'N rth Baylen street7-rooirf and corner Reus and Cervantes. It's: 1:13 .. .... .... %: %. ..............5neads............. : ......... .... ::.n
:\\ANTED AT ONCE. a, good house girl. 13 34. TnovI : or installment" plan, for 714 North han cottage-cabinet mantels. bath. good. 1:30 .......... 12:15..River' ,Junction.....:... 5:10... ....... ..... %. '
either white or colored. Work. "light |- 4 "D* street. 2 rooms and halt Cottage I stationary wash stand in bathroom 10:50 .:.... ....... 1:40.Ar. .....Jacksonville.... Lv .- 9:05..4. I S.AJ
ar ply *22 North Palafox.. 4nov i I WAN1BD.Government stenographer In first-class condition. On large lot. II stables lot 60x125. Very $ 950-No. 415 North Gulllebard street. A.I. PM AM .MI
wishes select neighborhood.
WANTED; -First-class Installment salesman work outside stenography of regular and business typewriting: hours. S $.425-3-room house North 7th avenue TraIns n and 23 and trains 2 and 3 carry through sleepIng car between PenI.

and collector. References required Address Box 512, City. Snovlw I .- On West Gadsden street. :-rootl\, rents $5.00 per month. cola and Jacksonville via River Junction and Seaboard Air Line. ,
Address S. 1C., Care JournaL 4novlW Money to loan at lowest market rate and hall cottage. cabinet mantles
.
WANTED-Room and board (6) of Interest. gas, bath' electric lights. every $1800-No. 910 North 6th avenue, 6 rooms -Trains stop on signaL
gentleman
WANTED nurse.Baylen. : Apply 823 North where there are no other boarders,, Mortgages on real estate in 'this city. r modern convenience The nicest: nice shade, 2 blocks from car.
; 3no\lw and where his bought and sold. place in the city that is for sale.
company would be appreciated. All of the Maxent Tract west of "C" $4500-Bran
No objection to widow GUc I Can sell very' cheap. new 2-story 7-room. well
WAlI"TED-Cood man in each county to full particulars as to rates and locality. street now for sale. built house with two lots, on East FOR SALE. IZr!

represent and advertise coop'rath.edepartment. Add i.ess R and B., care JournaL .6novlw. I $3000-On East Hill block from car line Gadsden street. DIRECTORY
put out samples. etc. Old I 5-room cottage, bath and shower
I $5500-Buys a 7roomstory., also 4- FOR SALE-One mUch cow and heife?
established business house. Cash salary WANTED bath. hot and cold water, cabinet: <<
-* 1.00 weekly. Expense money advanced. -Position as saw filer or superintendent I mantles city water neat and room cottage. These houses are calf; half Jersey., Apply 211 West
Permanent reference or mill foreman, by acompetent modern in every respect, very well built, with all modern conveniences Chase. 7nov5t PROFESSIONAL.T.
Bankers* National n'Banur of Chicago: man. References furnished large lot goes with house. The price includes the ..
Capital $2.000.000 Address :Manager. Address .J. W. Lasseter, Andalusia. Ala. Fisher Real Estate Agency I south half of block situated on 9th FOR SALE 10,000 acres round timber

rhe Columbia House Chicago, 111..Desk 6no\lm. $3000-North Ce\allos street two- story avenue. laud 12.690 saw mill timber and, sawmill G. YATES M. D. C
;o. I. 3Nov4t COLLECTION. OF RENTS A i 7-room house. gas. bath and sanitary 32-room hotel at a bargain. Several ,
ANTED-To
rent, a house on North connection. This will make.a good farms and town properties.
WANTED reliable nurse. Apply 820 Hill with 6 or 7 rooms; will lease for SPECIALTY. nice home. Write Gentry &. Setterllnd., Chipley. Fla Optician.
one year from date of December 1. Ad L. S. Brown & Co.
North Baylen street. Inov 23sept
dress Pensacola Investment Co 3nov2t:! Phone 87. 206 S. Palafox t S,.
(3250-On East Jackson street on the carline 306
WANTED-Assistant shipping clerk. overlooking the bay, 8-room ic ND-HAND SAFE: for sale used Thiesen Building.Twenty .
Must be able to tally lumber. Apply to WA "TED-To.nnt.fQr..8x: months. nice and hall cottage bath and gas lot 2O13/ Thiesen Building. only one year Address P. O. Box 492.
Saunders Mill Co.. Brent Road. -aioctlw ly furnished house with! four bed :MISCELLANEOUS.MATTRESSES 80x137%. TOil .cannot build the W. S. Hooton. 12 E. Intendencia. 'ioctFOR years' experience as an Eye
rooms. Address P. O Box 413. 2novlw .house for the money. Specialist. Examination tree.
'V.A."TED-Eograver. clock and jewelry "We Sell Lots." SALE-Blacksmith shop and dwelling nt
F.r.t
repairer, With tools State experience "'ANT Experienced $3000-West Chase street, between ,De- excellent.location near ice factory; ,Frederick AusfeW. Blount nC t
age and salary expected. The O. K as foreman in man wants Best position RENOVATED-New tick Villiere and Coyle. south front good trade. large lot good water;reason- AUSFIELD & BLOUNT
planing milL
bug; 8101', Slorala Ala. Ooct! of references. .\ddrt'Ss.A.." Care Jour furnished if desired. Guaranteed Carpet 6 rooms and hall cottage modern able terms at Marianna. Fla. AddressW. nC
nal. Inovlw- taken up and matting laid. Leave In every way lot 55 feet front. E. Taylor, Chlpley, Fla.lOoctim 1 Architects C
orders at Watson, Parker Reese. Co.'s. Can sell on easy terms. FOR SALE.
WANTZD: -Neat white gill to do office Wesley Duncan. 7eept FOR SALE-A pottery works with steam 312-314 Brent Bldg., 43 Moses B'dg.' \
work. Apply. room No 1, Masonic WANTKD-To rent a s'x-room house in : $3150-East Gregory street. 9-room house engine. steam drying room' moulds. Pensacola, Fla. Montgomery, Ala.
Temple. ISoct.. a desirable neighborhood by a permanent DR. A. W. Jn RMA.1'ol. Chiropodist.room large deep lot. stables on car line. FOR \LE-45ix-ton schooner, 36 fee and everything.complete for carrying on --- -
tenant.Address- Box 103. City. 801 Brent Building. 3d floor. All house in good rondlt'on The over .all., 11 feet beam. round bottom business together with the Cnest bed of WM. A. BORMANS
WANTED-Flrst-cla s carriage black- 19octlm corns bunIons. ingrowing nails removed price is less than it. would cost to copper fastened... tight and in good condl- pottery clay in. Escambla county. Located ,
smith and woodworker. Good position scientifically without paji.: Manicuring build the house. ; tion. with good sail and gear. A bargain. right m the city. Apply to or address Architectand Superintendent
for right roan. Address John G. Welsh. WANTED-AH kinds beer bottles. I pay: a specialty. 24octlm. J King & Runyan. 4nov R.. P. Reese. 16septf
15c dozen. I .bundle all leading brands WANTED-A five'or'sit-room cottage on Office 305 Brent Building
Carriage Works, Pensacola. Fla. 9oct of wines beers and whiskIes! : and still TREES-Shade, ornamental or fruit: East Hill not too far. out. Must be FOR SALE OR LEASE 6-room and hall FOR SALE-A barroom and all fixtures; Phone 823. Pensacola, Fla. 1
manufacture that we.l-estab'ishcd! cough trees of all kinds, also. hedge plants I modern. cottage with outbulldngs! attached. pool and billiard tables etc. In a fino
mediune. Joe Roth corner Tarragona furnished and planted by S. D. Jackson Corner 14th avenue and 15th street. Write location. At bargain, if sold at once. yyo"o'6"o 8 g"fl"o'o o ass rcTBTOTfTnnfjjf
BOARD AND ROOMS. and Government: Sts. llixt on terms to suit customers. Best refer 10 lots on North Palafox street between J. M S., Care Journal, or apply 313 East Address box 103. City. 23ept
.. ences. Address S. D. Jackson. City. loth and 16th streets. I Romana street. 4nov L. C. PHILLIPS Ph. M. j
WANTED-At onie a four or five-room 14octlm c Some money to be made in these FOR SALE-Cow and calf. Apply '210 ,
FOR RENT Rooms with or without rottajre. Must be close in and in good as a speculation ..................$2500 FOR SALE-Two-months-old fawn doe. East Intendencia.. M. Clutter. 4nov Homeopathic.PHYSICIAN .
board. Men only. Apply Ii West La- neishbarhoodAddress 133. Care lour- WAGON AND CARRIAGE SHOP We; i Very gentle Address B. H. Lindsey: ,,
ua St. Tnotlm* nat ::sept are now in our new quarters 214 East t I The northeast quarter of block 175, Crestview, }'la. 4novlw and SURGEON.
Intendencia. and prepared to do everything New City. J S tots just across the ; Office and Residence, 12 N. PelafoxHoursIItolla.mnlteSp.m. c/
FOB RENT Mcely furnished; !-story I TAILORINO. ;. Diamond. in wagon and carriage building and I street from Bear's new rest- j f FOR SALE-Bridge score pads 23c"BOO" ; MONEY TO LOAN. .
Tailor. j
cottage onV'rth Hill seoml l door I Gent clothing cleaned repairing E. L. Herring. City. Hoot I dence; they are worth$1500 will i pads Z5c Visiting cards. wedding
from car line 7 rooms all ren..t"nltlC. I on short notice. pressed No. 11%and West repaired sell If sold quick at .,.............$1400 invitations, fine stationery, etc. C. M. Phone 65. C4
For particulars address DRAWINGS-Of an kinds; Hun, Engine. Robinson. 208 West GadS4en Phone 798
"Cotusje, Car Government St Pensapola it mjmwJ2Jm2PENSACOLA g H.t
amount
: : Fla. UNLIMITED money to loan on
ournal Jnovlw Patent Office. machine and misc madeat Representing Chas. H. Elliott Co. ofhiladeipbia.
: all kinds personal
property
reasonable rates. Patentable Idea de- 3nov2w on short
'OR RENT-Two nicely furnished WANTED-A. R. Bingham wants your veioped Sail boats. launches. AddressW. 'I- notice Terms easy. Get my rates before
rooms List your property"With me If you want II Star SECRET SOCIETIES.
; with board' at 122 West Chas. For moving and hauling. He guarantees C. M=Gowan. Pensaco'a, Fla.. Sseptlm quick results. 'FOR SALE-One first-class turpentine going elsewhere. Loan Co., 116%
gentleman only. Bath. electric light and all breakage Phone 630. J I farm. Eight crops low boxes. Round South Palafox. 4novlm \
telephone in connection Phone 11S34nolw. i-u-. PORTER, sailmaker. 71i South tlrnbef enough with place to cut thirty LODGE, NO ,.
WANTED: -Carriages repaired and Palafox street. Orders taken for tents crops: more. Do not apply unless yOU $ OOO.OO to loan on good security. Pensa Pensacola Lodge No.1. K of P
_ repainted cola Investment Company.
stools and house business. Address box 77 30oct meets iU
; floats built to order; bore awnings camp cots mean De- every Monday evenIng at :
TWO NICELY furnished rooms in a pri- shoeing a specialty. J. G Welsh Caa etc. Prices reasonable. 31 Jan I I Funlak Springe Florida. Must be sold TOU IDLE MONEY o'clock at their temporary Castle HsU!:
HAVE
vats W. Bullock Jr. November %Oth lathe bank?
family. Reference requiredp- riage Co J. by 1906. 2novl2i.FOR 8 over Pou's Sl&bl.Vest Intendencia 31
ply 17 North Spring street 4no"lw. SHIP CHANDLERS-McKinzie Oerting' I can get you per cent on the best Visiting brethren cordially welcomed.
&. Co.. wholesale and retail ship han.i-I SA.LE-Ten different Pensacola possible security. Leslie E. Brooks. 112 H. DEAVRD, c c
; FOR RENT-Nicely furnished home on A1I."TED-Tlle Merc nts Transfer Co lers and grocers. Only first-class I house j 'storm scenes on souvenir postal cards South Palafox. oct20 H. IIORSLEi K. cf R. & 3.
Barcelona street for rent. Phone 127.Inovlw. wants your moving and hauling. All: of kind in city. Fair prices to all. I Real Estate and Mortgage Loan' for ic. P. P. P.. Box 336. City. 30oc
breakage guaranteed.' 'T. B. Therein i I MONEY LOANED on real _tate and KNIGHTS OF COL.UMBUS--:
Proprietor. Phons'978. CARRIAGES repaired<< ar* repainted. Room 302 Brent Building. FOR SALE- Car load fine horses and personal property on short notice. Meetings of tin
FURNISHED house to rent Owner to Float b"llt to order. Horse shoeinga I mules juat received; also two mUch Terms eIUIJ'St. Phone J. W; 1144.Bullard, 2334 South Knights of Columbus
board with tenant. Phone :-Sj.: ;; or rail L"I."TED-All kInds of electrical work. specialty. J. W. Welsh Carriage Com I cows with calf. Can be seen at barn on Palafox are held at their han.)
at 1102 East Gadsden street during the ,i I I sell all kinds of electrical batteriesand pany. 27fib i Box 173. ,Phone 637 West Intendencia street. Turton & McMillan I CAN" LEND YOUR MONET 1 No. 8 West Intend
at
day.. Inov other .'trlcal supplies. When y Ju 28oct! cent. If you have eight cia street, on every
-I i; need me ring 345 or 9 l3 5. E W. Peake., MILTON UPHOLSTERING SHOP-Willie per any that you Monday evening at -1
I want interest on,
TWO NICELY furnished New Star Mims Proprietor. Furniture repairing C SALE One-half interest In see me about itit ln\i
rooms for rent Laundry Bldg._B. Garden. FOR the O o'clock. An
with of all kinds. carpets laid:furniture I K. store. Florala Ala. will be absolutely safe on real estate I >
or without board; privilege of bath drug Purchasermust tion is extended ?
Leslie E. Brooks.
1 and phone: convenient to car lint'd- W.\NTED-Second-hand sacks of all de packed for shipping. Phone (3. FOR SALE. I be competent to manage business.! security. Phone 462. visiting Knuht
dress 1202 East Gadsden street. !,octlmo'THREP2 I scriptions wanted.. If out of town ship Next to Tampa landing., I.4 22aprilH. ,- Clean stock; cash trade. IL H Mc- MONEY TO LOAN-Everybody JOHN B. JOVE3.
them to us; if in town ring us:: up at No Doug ld. Proprietor. 20oct money from Jno.;A. Hall & Co.borrows I Z. LEONARD.. Grand Kni rhL
UNFURNISHED ROOMS suitable 314: or bring them to u" at corner ol ALFMAN-Tin. Copper and Sheet FOR SALE-Driving mare 4 years old.I EL Government St. When 14U Recorder.
for light housekeeping, with priv Chase and Alcaniz .Sts.. F. S. tellen A Iron Worker; cornife work and skylights I gentle, good .traveler. Any lady can PANAMA ,CANAL EDITION of The- us.MONET. In need canon
siege of bath. Apply 222 West Belmont. Co 23juiy a specialty; roofing guttering and drive her. C. R. Yaeger, :00 Thieaonbuilding. Journal magnificently illustrated I DAUGHTERS OF REBECCA.
2Soct repai lg. 169 East Government, operahouse 6No f. magazine containing scores of views of LOANED on an Naomi Lodge No. 10. Daughters it
r Phone 1316. the city and harbor. For dale ". kinds of per- it
a building. Sjunelm t all sonal property on shortnotice. Rebecca. meets every Monday night
S ftOOMS-Furnihhed or unfurnished. for FOR SALE-One nice revolving showcase book stores or at The Journal office By J. B. Gray & Terms 8 o'clock in L O. O. F. hall \isitiaj
Co. 2 W.
rent Privilege" light houseket pin '. 25* HOTELS.BRIGGS a for sale. Apply to 108 East Wrightstreet. mall 20 cents. tise it eaey.Phone 116>. Romana. sisters: cordially Invited to be present
East Gregory street 2Soct t. .. Inovlw* Ueb MRS J. T. PULLIAM ra.
FOUND.. FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN-25,000 MRS. HATTIE NEYILLt, Sac.
FOR RENT Newly furnished tront room I HOIT:;E-300 feet west of Union FOR SALE CHEAP-Almost new MettleS' brick one 35-horse power engine, 100 UNLIMITED amount of money to loan -- -
in private family southern exposure Depot' on Wright street; best location; & Sons' piano in handsome feet 1-inch pipe. This engine Jus. the on all kinds of personal property. Special RATHBONE LODGE NO. 30.
desirable neighborhood and near business best rooms; best house to stop at. Rate: FOUND-That Chiclets are for sale at ;I case. .A bargain. Piano can be seenby thing for a small! saw' mill. Address Box: rates to business men on large Rathbone Lodz. No :0. Knights ofPythia. (
enter. Use of bath gas and phone 60c per day. Sloctlm* all the better kind of stores.: calling at the Kandy Kitchen. 3oct. 103. Pensacola. Fla. Jloctlm'WRITE loans. The New York Loan Co. 204U .. tn_t* every Thursday night *t
1 1I 1i 1i
ply to 422 West Gregory or phone 1258ZSoctlm. South Palafox. Castle Hall. Members of sister UxJgM
and visiting brethren cordially invtcito
I ,
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BROWN HOUSE-DeFunla*: Sprln attend. J. M ROPER. C C
CICELY FURNISUED ROOMS for rent. Good beds. airy rooms elegant meals,: O. J. LEVEY. K R. & S.
.with or without board. Table board. free bath and sample rooms. Special Legal Advertisements.
Phone. gas and bath. No. 3 Palafox. attention to traveling men. Rates, $%.00 YOUR WANT AD HERE. I ],f. K.. B. A. No. 81, meets first and
Zloctlm per day. J. R. Brown. Prop. I third Wednesday evenings at 7:30 p. niRaffi.rd ..

The United States of America .North i Hall, No. 10, West Intendenciaatcot.
FURNISHED ROOM for rent Apply 301 HOTEL SOUTHERN-Open 'all the ern District Of Florida. Whereas, on the A. G. FELL Pre
W. Chase street. 21oct year American and European thirty-first day of October 1906 W. A. J. L, SWEENEY: S Special summer, rates First-class plan.in Send it to The Journal office day or night. When you need help have anything NlcolL master of.,the British steamship F
every respect. Pleasant and Tugela.: on behalf of the owner of hid 1 i PENSACOLA: LODGE NO. 4. I. O O
ROOMS FOR RENT, with privilege of ient. Mrs. conven- steamship filed. a libel in the Pensacola Lodge No.4. I. O 0 F
T. L. district
light housekeeping, useof bath and cola. Fla. Bowen. Prop., Pensa 15ap to sell rent,: exchange,. or ''wish to purchase anything try a.want. ad. They do the court of the United States for the Nor I,I meets every Thursday evening at '.*>
phone; on car line. Apply 900 E. Jackson them District of Florida against the I at the new hall on Belmont and ttaylstreets. : :
or phone 1467. lloctlm Norwegian bark Andrea her Visiting brethren cordially fc-
BAY HOTEL-Open night and day. Eu- work. :- -* boats tackle, apparel and furniture.cargo.in a vited. B R. WITROVSKY. N. G

PLEASANT HOMELIKE PLACE to ropean plan. Rooms light and clean. .. cause of salvage. civil and maritime. A. KERLE. SecretaryW.
board on North Hill second door trotsI Transient trade solicited. 675-573 South '''j' .. And, whereas, by virtue of process in
car line For particulars address I Palafox. Jos. S. Nlcolau. Prop. S :'" .. due form of law, to me dIrected. returnable O. W.
East Strong. 1 JoetIraFOR MAKE. ONE on the nineteenth day of November, Live Oak Camp No. 1. W. 01'
.4. six : ORDINARY I WORDS LINE. 1906 I have seized and taken the said rueets' in 'Pythian hall the 1st and < iWedT'days

LOST. Norwegian bark Andrea and have her in each month. \lstl: !
RERoom. cheap: real. newly .
,
in
my custody. Notice is sovereigns cordially In1 lted.
T' here-
suitable S .
clean furnished rooms for .
C
by C
given
that BOGHICH
1 a district court win be F. A
llsht: housekeeping and heaairi.\ on Close the hill.to car Locationliigh line.L LOST-Two bull bitches and one solid .' .- 1 held in the United. States court room in LESLIE; E. .BROOKS Clerk.
white with ears clipped. One white the city of Pensacola. Fla-. on the
314 nine
; Privilege' of phone and gas. Apply E.btronc.
with brindle spot on one side of head. teenth day of November. 1906. for the
Phone 1213. lOaus I
,
Reward for trial of aid *
return to 1101 North Alcaniz pft mleo, and the owner or furniture. In a cause of collision "
or phone 1510 . . owners. and all .
.
'
I 7no\lt persons who may have and maritime. And. whereas, by 'nr> '
I or claim any interest are herebv cited of in due form of law, to -'
process
LOST-Sunday morning, liver and white to' be.and appear at the' time nineteenta; !
FOR RENT. ., I and place I directed returnable on the I
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pointer dog; liver shoulder and ,7 { aforesaid. to show till
spot on cause if I 1 I have ed.J
any they day of November. >>06.
... .
hip one aide of head : have .
1
and ear liver. tip :- --- '- '. why a final decree should not pass I, taken the said Norwegian bark An !'r" *
.of' tail "cut off. Answers to name of as prayed. T. F. McGo>jrin, United States 1 and have her in my custody. N >.:* lI
fOR RUTTA P. Bingham has storage i Count. Reward for return to George . : Marshal. 7novltI I herebY given that a district ro::n *
: room for rent -uitable for fun'Iturer Kupfrian. 2novlw 'a< .
'
: :, I be held in the United States t" ur'in
other goo,ls. Ill I and 106 South Tar. I... The United States of "
America. Northern I the City of Pen!'acoa. }! -
tacona\ strset.! 1'noneC29.: LOT-A:: gold watch charm, about the :. :' '" .. District of Florida. Whereas. on the nineteenth day of Noa.l*>r. ".') i

size of 25c piece engraved H K., on thirty-first day of October, 1S06. W A. j i the trial of said premise an I tor ,
i and H F.
side on other for Nicoll.
one Reward Master of the British steamship OWflei'5. aid all persons who mar }
return to 440 East MaIn. 2novlw Tugela. on behalf of the owners of paid .. claim any interest. aN hereby ;t, "
PERSONAL.CHICLETS R"fes-Th m e"Qn- want ad filling the above'pace is 25 cents first insertion steamship, and 'as ale thereof filed a i be and appear at the time aad", :
LOST-Lad's gold watch; lost either on I I libel suit hi the; P.vtrict <:ort of the aforesaid to show cauie if any i
I dummy or between dummy depot and United States for the northern district j ba\e why a final decree should not pi: >J
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.". ..." .....are waiting for you. In all i KpnICftehen.. ..o1.-. Reward, for return 31W'tA to and 5 cents a day for each additional= consecutive insertion Send: cash with th* d.1 10f.. ..-Florida>... ti,*,-against t-w* Norwegian.".*!". apparel bark and IlTt States as prared Marshal T. F. McGourin, r.1t"-." ...




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!:..... I 4' :tevideo-_., with. JOG tons coat i I depends largely upon the sideboard which it .

''I t *The Benedict. Salted Br ss. Yesterday.for Hamburg. x ; contains. Certainly no other piece of furniture i. -

- MothersW A Negro Survivor { Enterpe, Br ss.'Wade, for Havre. .
Jmun Nursing : of Party: nH&evSlakes gives so much pleasure to the house- : i.'
I I VESSELS IN PORT. '
s '
: wife than handsome sideboard. -
un Will Act as Guide to the ", -'Steamships. -
1mUii Asuncion de Larrinaga. Br as. Kramer. '' : .
,(2693.( Bo.arit> to Gulf Transit Co. ,
JmJII1 Wilds of Mexico. ', Barendrecht Dutch ss.. Hoekstra ':09!. I' $15 to $65
find their restoration to full strengthand Culfpert to Cary & Co. I f ; :
\ 1 I' Conway. Br sat- Pren ce. %itS. ,Rio Jaj I j
}.mQI health hastened and .completed nnlero to master.-------- |j" All have fine mirrors, drawers for silver and ,
II J Graria Span as. Ruiz 2358, Liverpool i
along Nature's own lines by taking Acme Malt Tonic.It PLANS BEING MADE TO FOLLOWUP :Jo: Gulf Transit Co. -- i linen and large apartments. for storage. \1-1f ;
j i Helsingbu .. wed ss, Schriel. 14%%. : .
STORY WHICH BORDERS ON the Best "RICKEY" .Huelva to flyer Bros.
ministers splendidly to the three vital functions of the Ida Aust ss, Hreglich %2093 New Orleans ;

;111 system-Blood, Nerves and Tissue, and through these it THE LEGENDARY-ST. LOUIS you merit ever d/auk.in class..A Gin of real .' KirkstaH to Gulf l, Br Transit ss,. Co.Hinde Colon to I I I If j BUYNOWPAYLATEtR.. i ;: 1
that' by itself. '
a Has ifaater.
'InUn rebuilds and restores the entire human economy. It contains the MEN INTERESTED PROJECT. the taste and flavor that will appealto j i fj Lewis>iam. Br rs, Gavin 1W5.! Rio 3a-4 f".
highest percentage of concentrated food properties in a form jrou-and then there's the effect I ..neiro to the Wm. S.. Keyser Co. :

readily digested and assimilated by even the most delicate .A )am-up bracer that gives you snap 4 Avantl.; Nor ship.Ships.Anderson. 1648. London &IARSTON & : )
stomach. Your doctor will recommend it. Call for Acme By Silas E. Snyder. and "ginger". ; to order. i QUIN 'i
:Norfolk, Va.. :\O\'".. 3.Lost miL Ferreira, Port ship, Barro. 506. Lisbon :
) Malt Tonic and refuse all substitutes. All gttd Jaln"II it. to master. .I
stories are"not new to Mexico and t*. I Canada. Br ship. Spun-. 2237. Rio. .08x110 o. Paidfox St. Phone 149 ?e61313L1. .-10. :
southwest, said Charles S. Gilp I frarreiro to'.Pitch Pine Lumber Co.a i : !

'h manager Co.. of SL of the Union Station Cls I 'B & B" ,erp Ingrid.to SicK.Nor Oerting ship Dannell.& Co. 1260. Ant- ...... .........................t...................: (;. .:

" JH Jill Drugstores, or Direct From.Brewery other night Louis at the Loraine t. ATLANTA.' Ito Lena
.. I have one in hand myself Just Barks. ,
Made by /Icme Co. nov '
Brewing Macon Ga. "
but I think it will soon be a "found Afredo, Uruguayan bit, Maragas, 987
Montevideo to H. H. Thornton. .
mine if my present plans work out Alfhild Swed Durban
bk Svensen 1332 We dressed
'1 for this is no legend I am telling you, to master. are offering some damaged
but the story of a real for sure gold Florida and Alabama Andrea pxor bk Quale 114, Durban- to

"" 1 1 mine. Boss Shepherd, the famous master Avon, 'Ital 511 be, Avegno. 1477 Genoa to lumber at a bargain.
Washington character. knew of ths LAND COMPANYManufacturers master.. .' -
mine and upon that fact 1 base my Campbell Nor bk. Hausken. 1100.
:21 t hope of some day finding it. ut Stavanger to )[cK.' Oerting & Co. We fill all orders for
Chacma. Nor bk Jorgensen (57 can now new
1TI r'- -- I Then Mr. Gilpin told the following and Dealers In Fleetwood to oiaer;
interesting story of gold and trage- LUMBER. SAWED CYPRESS SHINOLES Hereford. Nor bk. Jensen, 1380 Rosarlo '
dy. Late in the nineties a negro AND KILN.DRIED SAP. to order. stock shipment arriving daily. \
3 I Heimdal. Nor bk. Hensen. 1354. Hull
::2'f How Our Acme Double Flint I named Warren went to St. Lou" I from to order.
Springfield, Mo.. where Be had'lived Humberto. Span. bk. 1111. Battle, Havana .
Coated Asphalt Roofing Excels since 1875. and succeeded in gettinga to order.
.1 job to work about Isabel Browne, Baa bk LIndquist, 1231. H. G. DeSILVA & COMPANVh
the home of
.1 la made from the best Wool Felt. 5 a MCMILLAN[ i I I BROS.CO.:{ : I Hull to master.
. Saturated and coated under a new process with Asphalt. .;. well known county official. He was Kink Oscar n. .Nor bk Johnson. 752,
I Is a rubber-ilka! (densely compressed) Roofing Felt. 3 faithful and industrious and soon Rosario to A. ZeUus.Llila .
\1 Coated on both sides with Silicate. gained the confidence of his employer "urURl ,' Nor bk Aaaonsen. 1030. Santos
::12l' Resists the action of vapop. acids and .rs. dESTI1Ls I to order. 1
Sot affected by heat or cold. IU1IOFI Warren worked steadily at his duties LJuls Uruguayan bk. Lopes, 700. Havana
11 The roofing that never leaks. for five years when he fell ill of smallpox to order. :
10 1 ixt: ')ly affixed Iii and was given up to die. When f Maria Ger bk French. U!%. Kings need have no terrors for you \ I
.1 "'::11! experience of twenty years proves It to bo the best I told that he could not recover Warren 61' Lynn to master. WASH DAY if send tr
2E Read> Rooting on the market. Marina Madre. Hal bk Simonatta. you your washing to t -
: Put up in rolls 32 Inches wide and 40 feet f inches long P.. I requested that his employer be asked .._ 1468, Genoa to order
0 containing 103 square feet. wrapped In heavy casing. i I to come and see him as he had astory Negpore Nor. bk OJerdsen. 1128 East The New Method Laundry, 'tl .,i
''he could tell to no one else and did London to A. Zelius. PHONE \m E. W. LAWRENCE. Prop
'>, I5SthO4LUodry5l4s- aUHur '
APPROXIMATE WEIGHTS. Noach VI Sw d bk. Burgfeldt, 1260 f i
"1-
3 not want to carry it with him to the :' Port Natal to order. AGENTS WANTED.

3 3Ply SO lbs. roll i grave. Oavari, Ital bk. Costa. Genoa to or-
complete. [
24 per The employer came and Warren '" der. ] --- ------- :

13 19 2-Ply, 70 Ibs. per roll, complete. I told his story. About the' year 1881 Pallas., to Nor A. Zelius.bk. Johnson. 1219. Plymouth -, t

1-Ply 60 lbs. roll complete. I Warren beat his way to New Orleans i1 MOBILE,ALA. 1 Superb Nor bk Ullch. 1934. Antwerp
01O per to A.. Zelius & Co.

Samples and Full Particllars Free. r the and shipped Mexican upon coast steamer trade. engaged We' tiredof in Clara E. Randell Schooner Am *scb. 863.I Calbar- J THE SCHOOL OF THRIFTThe

\34t Also 3. 2 and 1-ply Tarred Roofing Paper. Sheathing and P the life before the. ship reached ien. Cuba to J. A. Merritt & Co. f!
Insulating Paper.Carolina and when It touched at that Donna Christina Am sen, McLeod 161
Tampico
J. t REPOT( Belize to master.
Portland Cement Co. -j point he. left and for !several months ,I MARKET[ Domira Br ache Reddle 2001 St. Lode ,f
earned a good living working'about to master. ,savings bank is really the school of : -_
Atlanta, Ga of the Freddie Heucken Am sch, Bryant. 475,
Then he heard
the docks.
-
"
. I great strikes of rich ore around Ba- Havana to master. thrift. Thro' its privileges many thousands .

._ topilas, away over In the mountains of NAVAL STORES. CREW NOTICE. have learned to save what they formerly t.
i k fl -- Chihauhau and having saved up a lit Savannah Ga... Nov. S.-The naval Neither the Captain. Ownersnor wasted. .
tle bunch of money he set out for the stores'market closed.to-day as follows: Consignees of the Br as f'
= : V7W ........... .. ...6 00VG A Conway will be responsible for I
BOTTLEDBefore fields and in due time arrived at,
DRINK gold I\ ::::::-.e....., : ::::::::: :( 00N debts contracted. by the Crew :
Batopllas .which place is closely .S of said vessel.W The Lesson of Money l
50M Savingis
r-t hJ r-4 ::::::::::::::::: : : C. PRENTIC
identified with the fortunes of Bess II .. ::: ::..:::::::: ::5 15K .
) : .......; ...I ntt.5V........'.....470 .PENSACOLA. LUMBER CO. Master I
I' I
) O 0 Sheperd. ,I'...................-.'....;... ........4 20 .Consignee. best learned by opening a bank account f f [
., ... @ Here Warren was approached by I H ......................::.:.405to410
; 4 two Mexicans who asked if he want iG ........................:.3 90 to 400 ---- Once started have an incentive to bettei j J thabIts
.. .... ... you J' ,
o lkm n" "' '' 3.90.to,3 95.
Co ed work. Two days' journey
away
9 I E.. ............:::..;..;;:::',..,:.i........:.385 and a reserve, too, against adversity .
.. had mine and needed anotherman '
they a D :.jv. ..:... .3 ss JACKSONVILLECARNIVAL t
: to hep them. They offered good I c .::::::::::::!.:s.-\ii:::...:.l.i..8: so Start it to-day with a dollar-more if you ,

wages and other inducements and Spirits Turpentfee. 65\cent ..
ye Four interest.
cent
satisfied of their can. per .
and Warren being .
.
drinking, see that you reliability accepted .the_ job and, a. The PENSACOLA following Pensacolacotton.COTTON ,tyARKET. I a -
p0. quota
, 0 week later found himself at their tions--a.ro ftft-nishecf by J. O'Connor & ....:.........;' -
I.<' get the GENUINE: Aword camp in the Sierra 'Madres. The Co.,.F. O.*'B. cotton. brokers.' Pensacola. '

o 0 Mexicans had a log hut in a sequest Good Fla. :Middling .. .... .. ..........9% November 5-10, 1906. NATIONAl8ANK ))1
.. to the wise is sufficient ered nook that might be reachedonly Strict Middling. :..ti.:; ..:;.:.;:......!......:...9%
a. o .0 by following a trial so precarious that Middling .........?.j..,4.,......'.......9H FIRST
they called it n Camino Diablo (The Strict Stains Low and Mlddlng..i.tlnge: fiomtnaL ;.;..9% ,. SEABOARDAIR

Devil's Road). OF PENSACOLA FLA 1
It Hygeia Bottling Works A climb of three hundred feet ALWAYS.WAS SICK. LINE RAILWAY C

above the camp brought Warren "to When a man"Bays he always 'was ANNOUNCES A 'RATE OF Designated Depositary of the United States.
124 E. Chase Street. Phone 587. their mines. It was a gorge so deep sick-troubled with a cough 'that J

and dark that,the men were forced to lasted all 'winter-what would ONE FARE '
nr you W. H. Knowtes. President. W. K. Hyer Jr.. Vice-President and Cain'vr
y use candles at their work and it could say-he sick since -
never was usingBallard's
Thos. W. Brent. Ass't Cashier. W. N.. Roberts. Ass't Cashier -
only be reached by means of a windlass plus 25 cents to Jacksonville and return I
bull II Horehound Syrup. Such a for the Public and one cent per mile Directors f.C. Brent. W.A.Blount W. H. Knowles, W. K. Hyer.Jr.. : J
to which was attached a man exists. for Military Companies and Brass D. G. Brent.

Announcement II i I-! hide rope and bucket. The men I Mr. J.t, C.: Clark,, Denver; Colorado. Bands.: Rates apply from all Agency "J'v '
Stations on Seaboard in Florida. -
worked In pairs at cutting> ore. one writes: "For years I. was troubled ---
of the Mexicans being always at I
i all winter. This cough left me In a -- ---
the windlass. Down in the gorge miserable condition.' I tried Ballard's DATES OF SALE. J
where mine located a stream
the was
Horehound Syrup and have not had a C.W.UWAR.PreiidenL JOHN PFE1FFER. Assistant Cm V

UI. am pleased to announce to my friends in Pen in tumbled the snow along.fields coming and falJTng from high over op a sick day" since. -That's, '- what it did November 5, 6, 7, 8 and 9. a.E.:CLAKll.Yice.Presidest' and Cashier. J.W.ANDREWS. AuisU Casiir t

sacola that I have associated myself with the Pensa the for me. I
t precipice a hundred yards below -

- cola Cement and Stone Company, and will take the mine and as this stream cut the SEEDS! SEEDS Final l. Limit: All. Tickets, November 11. THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK .
lodge it was certain that. far below 1906. .
p, management of all constructive work. We will be there must have been rich place de- SWEET PEA!: SEEDS AND OTHER Ct PfNSMCOLM. H*

!1C3t.It pleased to furnish estimates on sidewalks, concrete ( posits. But the character of the FLOWER SEEDS AT"W. A. D'ALEMBERTE'S Call on your ticket agent. House
rough that explora'tIon 'STORfe. 6t Opera Building.
DRUG
country was so
work of any character, and the only Miracle Hollow was almost impossible and the 9. C. BOYLSTON, Jr.,
DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES.
Block. All workentrusted to us will have Mexicans contented themselves with H. Airman tincopper and sheet Ironworker Ass't Cen'l Pass Agent.JACKSONVILE.. .
my personal has moved to 109 East Government -
the rich free of the (Af ITAL & J200.000. SURPLUS $60.033.
out &TO.K
breaking gold
street in the opera house building JAS. F. TAYLOR .
: and absolute satis-
I supervision, we guarantee I vein. Warren was astonished at the i. Traveling .Pass. Agent.'
hous Escambla Lodge, No. 15, F. & A. M. TAMPA.EDWARD. DIRECTORS.
faction in every i instance._ Respectfully, richness of the mine and in describing Special communication of Es-
11.a.. it he said that the rock was literally cambIa Lodge No. 15, F. & A. S F. COST henry L, Covinfltoo, Frank Rellly", I-. E. Brawner, -
a.ry "networked" with the vein, of % M.. will be"" held 'Friday evening. 2nd Vice'President. J., M. Pfellfer, W. S, Rosasco, C. W. lAmar,
ryU STEPHEN J. HARVEY gold. They worked In the most prim Work November in M.18th)L degree.at 7 Visiting o'clock. CHARLES. B. RYAN ti>an Dun,,",., T. F. McGourin. J. R. Sounder.

JtG itive manner, but.the returns were, brethren. cordially invited. Banquet Cen'l PORTSMOUTH'Pass. Agent., VA. A. ft.. AuI'), W. ". Milton. 0. E. Maura. r
great and the Mexicans soon had C. D. BETKR. \\. L. Ctvuhon, Dr. W. J. Hannah.C. McKenzIe Ocrtlna j "
--- --.. thousands of dollars worth of dust W. O. DAILET. W. M. Iu .t.t.owi, M. Covlnaton M. E. Clark. f
Secrelary.turn
concealed After a about while their the shanty.rainy season Pensacola.. St. Andrews and hal: } ui<:< lou 'ci nIt if \WtJU\ ire :JUI be ytir. invite artmiat
in ccnEtctlon for th.convenience of customers.
came on and work down in the gorge to Batapolis and he knew no .Gulf Steamship Co. I

at ot Enamel Paints for Bath Tubs was dangerous as the torrent arose other trail out so it was up to him t& STEAMER TARPON. Fci r percent Interest Paid on Tlma Dapoaltt
without warning and swept -
njJ every- find 'one.He : W. G. BARROW. Master.
thing before it, and during these .u* rched among the ruins of FIRST-CLASS PASSKNGKR AND .. .
hours of Idleness the two Mexicans. the cabin In the hope of findine FREIGHT-Between-SERVICE.

Furniture, Wickerwork, Chairs, Carriages,.etc.,. gambled for gold dust. 1 seme of the gold he knew had been PENSACOLA. MCBILE. APALACHICO- -
CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK -
be the Can Every three weeks the negro'was hidden there but found 'none, and he LA. CARRABELt-E. ST AN THE
of can applied by most inexperienced person.
at sent to Batopilas for supplies and it decided that the Mexicans had: been DREWS.MILLVILLE.

el! be had in white and colors at 25 cents for pint-cans. was during this rainy season that he 1lurd red. not that their mine miV And all points on St. Andrews Bay. Car PENSACOLA -
edP1. made a trip that proved eventful in be stolen but that tbev might be rabelle and AoaUchlcoIa, A General Banking Business Conducted- on a Safe and Conservative i'-
his life. He arrived safely,at Batopi robbed of their gold. Without los* o* SCHEDULE. Basis.
I Saunders Mill las, but was detained there nearly time he set out for the states goin-j Leaves Pensacola Ala- Sunday $;;30 p. m.fotflp'en -

.. Company, two weeks by unprecented rains that northeast and. after a fearful trip. Tuesday *:30 p. m. Correspondence ollclted"R. M. Bushnell. Cashier.
la Phona 717. 21 Cast; Canton S/raof. made the trails unsafe for travel. arrived at Brownsville. He went at for St. Andrews.and intermediate Millvttle. Apalaehlcola points. "
I When at last Warren arrived at the once to his homein Springfield and Carrabelle For additional Information sonly to
--Pa- camp he found the hut burned and no remainedthere until he removed to'St J. R. SAUNDERS. ----:-

trace of his employers. He hurried Louis in the nineties. E General.R. COBB.Frt. and Pass. Agt.President Pen City: of Pensacola improvement Bonds.
-- up the trail to the gorge and there Warren told his story to the em sacola Ia.LANARK.

3''n ..... ............................. ....,........ found the windlass and hoisting apparatus ployer but didn't die. and after hie DenomInatIon. $1 ooom each. Dated January lit. 1906. Maturing January 1st
'1- intact He called but received he agreed to lead a party 1936. Redeemable Jan. 1st. 1925. Interest Payable Seml-Annua ly. -
recovery WE OFFER FOR. SALE THESE BONDS SUBJECT TO PRIOR SALE.
\ : .i no answer. and after making a into Mexico and guide them to the IN AMOUNTS TO SUIT PURCHASER.
fruitless search of the vicinity Decided -mines. Mr. Gilpln was interestedand

I Witcher Zemurray & .Co. to descend on the rope and iplorc put up a considerable part of the The Peoples Bank of Pensacola
'rJ i below. expense money for the expedition. An On the Gulf of Mexico. I
mine and tools purchased and a -
The were undisturbed -elaborate outfit was
Pensacola.! Fla.
t i for all was silent save for the rarty of six started to find the log Unexcelled Hunting. Boating and Fishjagoyster %
1 Commission Brokers. of the In charge left the ------- -
qnareling waters. Warren pursued mine but the man beds Jthin easy access.
11:1 his search down the gorge and in the lurch before they bail ......... .. ............... t
i ii party mountains twenty-four An Ideal place to. spend part of the r. .w .y. .l
i New was soon rewarded with a siht that been in the winter months. : ? -
. Pensacola and Orleans! chilled his blood. There in a hideous hours and they were forced to return !

IeIe 11 W. Intendancla., 820 Common.t buddle close against the rock wall f1ome. Lanark Inn Under Its New Manage i
i lay the cadavers of the two Mexicans Warren was willing to do his "art nient-Home-like, best service modern In Deposit your money in a savings bank aiI .

tbi1 their throats cut and the heads crush And go ahead but as there was no to every nuntioK respect.and offers fishing special parties.Inducements per cent., when -the Pensacola Home and Savings 4 ,
a. Cotton Stocks Grain i ed to a pulp. With a shriek of horror -money and the St. Louis peonle were
I Is : Provisions, Association will issue paid-up stoc
ill Warren fled back to the mine aal disgusted the project was abandond.Investigations Reached by the Georgia, Florida and t you ;

: bought and sold on margin or for investment. :1 climbed the rope: It was plain to were made and it Alabama Ra ,,"ay. Winter Tourist Rates t bearing interest at 5 per cent. per annum, p }

,lot 4 him that he would be held l'esponsr.bIe was found that Bess!! Sheperd bad now, |infffacL 4. able : 'tt
r semi-annually.
the existence of the ,
for the crime that had been com knowlf-dze of *
t'r t
: Attention. of Its location eKi, write Lanark Inn H. O. 6ILVA, A. GREENHUT. J. S. Reese. R. M. CARV
.0 Out-of-Town. Orders Given Special : mitted during his absence and he fit. rtthte-but knew nothing For hotel rates* : p President.. Vice-President. Treasure Seerets" :
Fla
tlJe .. once determined to flee the country and 'this confirmed In Mr. Gilpin'smind Lanarfc Directors-H. G. DeSIlva. A. Creenhut. Kno>Ct .>!>C'. A ..
.
.1 t Direct Private Wires. Telephone No. 1173. and make a try for the American the truth of Warren's story. For schedules etc. see your nearest t Clubbs, C. H. Dorr 0. E. Maura. Sol Cahn. -
.s, i border. He had a little money left The latter is still wilting and anxiousto II *tagent OT write 4 43 South Palafox. !
.t to the mine and another WILLIAMS. Q. P. A..
and the pack train with a month'ssupplies guide a party v' it ................. .
It wiTh be made sooa Balnbridge, Ga. .......... ......... 'O.t.4+444 I
.........................................,........... but he did not, dare to re- attempt ';

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tHE PEN8ACOLA, .JOURNAL WEDNESDAY. MORNING. NOVEMBER. 7, 1906. -' .n. -
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BOARD OF WORKS HEAR '

COMMANbEIItIM"GET"OUTYOTE I 1


PLAIN FACTS: ABOUT HATS S 'i Pure. :: TESTIMONY ABOUT CEMENT

"' ;

[! .
Last Night With Architect =
c [ Lengthy Sessions Yesterday and ,

Read Them. Now AdmitsHe i
: Ausfield Present-He =

.. Lack.of Interest and Good good Board's Supervision. -
is Under f.r.

: 11f the particular style of hat Weather Necessitated, :ist

of'the Board of,I number of witnesses before the board. '
; ; desire is not in our big I Lengthy sessions The Adjourned Session .
i4lf,4: you Hard Work. i oldRED Public \\orks were held yesterday session' was principally
; G d I when the alleged bad cement matter The night of number FOR THE DAY
examination a
? hat stock you can feel sure was gone into in detail, witnesses being devoted to the OFF!
passed. of witnesses, who had been called The Derby Hat might be
more
By Associated Press. I I :examined and resolutions or fc.
: it does not exist, for when Washington, Nov. b._""Get- out the !I Architect Ausfeld, who reached the in. first witness in much the more nay-In surely keeping the WIth t-oft Hat the "wouM: be
vote" Is the command from political city yesterday was present, and ad- Chas. H. Hill was the festive" possibilities. gay afil
I leaders Lackof board that he was underits who testified under oath that he had We have all the latest! shapes Dc1I
;1'r have examined our stock tnroughout the country. mitted to the TI\*
you .
supervision and together the architect seen men on the ground breaking up colors In the 'HAVTS'hats soft hats."Cle
interest "is. reported throughout
) .
the cement that had set: some of the that carry the money back guaran.
.i'- have many sections. This condition necessitates and members inspected tee of best all-around satisfaction.
you seen style large as a cocoanut.
every being as
lumps All the latest styles in
_
Derbies
hard work at the polls and, work. ton,
He said that he saw men breaking All three dollars. All
iLk the board was guaranteed.
: the assurance 'of favorable weather The meeting of
that known to fashion. board these lumps with sledge hammers, SEE OUR WINDOWs.We
called at 11 o'clock with a full
in the greater portio of the countryis and being'asked.,, stated that in
welcomed by all contending par present ,and 'lasted until nearly 1 upon Are Sole Agents.GET
to his opinion, the cement that he saw I .
1 They are in black, grey brown-in fact, want- ties. Decided uncertainty as' to the: ocleeZ; and was finally adjourned them break was unfit for use.
every afternoon-
TOP 5 o'clock yesterday ON TO.THE BIG
result of balloting is the feature ot, attention C. W. Jones 'was the next witness NOISE AND GET
the
matter 'which occupied A FANCY HAT BAND.
'able shade, and the' prices range from I the closing campaign news from The' 6f the board! was the .cement I put under oath, ,and stated that h*
This ,uncertainty
nearly every quarter. the grounds' pound STO3XTB
construction had seen'men ,on
that is being used In the
was manifested in New York' of cement. with a sledge.
hall and the matterwas ing lumps
$1.50 to $6.00. Pennsylvania, Chi ago and other sections -'' of the thoroughly new city gone, into with the re- John OTJonov&n 'was then called, THE HABERDASHER Be
by a vigorous; continuance ,of and stated he.had seen the force
resolution was that
suit that the following 222 S. Palafox.
the campaign' until. midnight last RYE passed, Mr. Daniels not voting on it: sift cemeat and pound the lumps. I
"
night. .4 "Whereas, The testimony before James W. Ely,foreman on the job,
Messrs. Hughes and, Hearst contin- that damaged was palled and nut on the witness
ued their terrific speaking' records?up' 'cement this board has been shows used in the construc- stand,-and questioned at length. He
1rhe llrf 1e8Jteeia1 Sfote to the last minute. S had been given all HE
tion of the foundation of the city hall, stated that orders
President Roosevelt's last act in 7PiflLiD WZSTHVIIUt&!' SONS ;I contrary the specifications, the men that no lumpy or damaged I
the campaign was to telegraph his bHCMNATI.0.: LOUISVIU.C.KV. 3fIOStPHMO| "Resolved.That this board does not cement was to. be used\. but that he BUGGY NEWS
son-In-law, Representative' Longworth, approve 'of the work that has been could not swear that none had been C
at Cincinnati yesterday. have pore done on said city hall, andS used. He said however, that if any

MENSANDBOYS WEAR.PN tions of. Secretary. Root's Utica, N. Y. HICKS "\Vhere ,. An examination, of the damaged cement had been used it t

speech printed, that the president's CAPUDINE Cement shows in barrels examinedto was without his knowledge.He ,
205.207 desire for a- republican congress 77_ be more or less damaged bY' water; explained to the board that a'
: So. PALAF'OX 51: ArtnT ,ILA. might not be misunderstoesi in Ohio. 7 IOdIIIrII.f CUSS therefore be it large box was put on the ground and
r-'cJ'-cuJ.J
The president 'left the' White House HEADACHES "Resolved. That this board condemns to save time the cement barrels were II
at midnight for Oyster Bay.'where he said cement as'not conformingto put into this receptacle'where they I

will vote and return to Washington. _ MtCOLBSl specifications and be it further were broken open. The cement was
..tUHMOWMMUM then shoveled from this box into a
reaching here at 6:15 to-night "Resolved. That all work performedwith

....................................................., William J. Bryan'who has been an Jtfc.*mOFFICISOFTHE this cement be condemned, as sieve through and the used soft but cement the lumps that sifted
was
not conforming specifications and w.erv
active concluded with
campaigner, la .
:
not used, but thrown : He denied

of ,the ,Fusion ticket, contract.' away. tuiIn
speech in behalf
Mr. Daniel explained that his reason that any of the the men had We are expecting a large
at Plattsmoutb. Neb.,'yesterday. .
For Fuel After Using I: Speaker Cannon, who has:averaged for not voting on the resolution was used sledges, because there were. no shipment of "Columbia"Buggies .1l t
sledges or large hammers of any
,the great. because he withheld, his opinion in
two speeches a day during
kind the and all the and
i. : er part of the campaign, is-in: Dan the cement matter, pending the inves- on ground pounding Runabouts\uth stBt:
tigation now being made of the cement that. was done on the cement -inch rubber tires "
and
1
ville, Ills., his home. 2 pre
i This js just the reverse of the coal i o by an engineer employed for lumps was done with shovels in the '4
way. !S Vice President Fairbanksas well that hands of the laborers, and that th-. inch Cushion Tires, from $SO Ea]
S as the majority of the' members! of L & I N ARES purpose.Ausfeld Present. men sometimes used axes but had in- da
j I the cabinet all of whom have been:w: Architect S Ausfeld was called be- structions not to do so. He' admitted to $100, guaranteed. ,
Use Gas For
| and at their voting! residences 4'. thl
Cooking ,
Heating ]: the stump are fore the board and upon being asked that the meshes of'' the sifter now in Babcock Runabouts, 1".1
.
,to-day. '. use are smaller than the used
o one
if'he recognized that, body's supervision c.Yc
The number of Washington voters when the job was first started and Cushion Tires, from $125:> to
him answered that he did
over
: and pay- the bill a* end of,month. Gas ran- *:'I who have gone to their homes to-day HEhE i and he was then cross-examined in the change had been suggested. by $150. re:
is smaller than for a decade. The Mr. Ausfeld after his return from of
detail in regard to the city hall work.
and
$12 Gas heaters :
$13. $1.30 "
ges to $10. Don't fail these
he'I to
bug-
+ :: absence of railroad passes and Mr.,Ausfeld stated that in his opinion Montgomery. see
*. 4 higher voting rate on the.roads is -- and judging from the characterof Officer' Kelly< was' the next witness. giesr as the prices and qual-- de
i .+ given as'a reason. the work'done, no damaged cement His testimony was practically similarto de
:: ::'I Reports from the Solid South"'indicate President Smith. and Several had beeIi'used., and invited the members the others. ity will surely please you. thin

| Pensacola Gas' Company \ little Interest and the necessity ." to the grounds to make an in Mayor Bliss then testified that as Another large shipment ot
: of stimulating the voting. 'Directors'Were' : spectionwhich 'was 'done. mayor of the city and a member of

Phone 148. 24 and 27 E. Garden- Street. 1.I ..t.ssoun and Tennessee present In. .. 'The work was tested in a numberof the Board of Publi Works he had an Light Delivery Wagons on

............................t. teresting' situations and both parties! J .t. places and found apparently in interest in the work on the city hall the
................t.' conclude the campaign wIth'confident .: H :; S': :. : .:. proper form, but an inspection in the building and went there'ftln.-.. _u__ _and_ way. H,

predictions of success. . I warehouse where the cement is saw men empty cement from the barrels gtb
In Montana the Socialist party .. 't .. stored revealed the fact that there Into a box into which it was be )
IThe Storm: makes confident claim of increasing President Milton H,' Smith, Chairman -are about 200 barrels'of cement among lug beaten np with shovels so as to J{ ft,

AtLo.TS WERE their vote of 6,000 last year and both Waters and several other members the lot in apparently very bad( pulverize the. lumps. After the gates d:

i the Republicans and. Democrats claim of the board of, directors the condition. Some of the barrels were had fused been closed and he had been re ,- JUbr

: the state. Louisville &; Nashville:Railroad spent found to"be in good condition.' while admittance he saw this proceeding Show Room Adjoining
others were' found to be as hard as through the cracks in the Ifdi
Is
in. San Francisco .
The earthquake yesterday in the city, coming here for '
I IfORM. rock throughout Others. however, ,fence; he saw the men take the lumps Hardware Department. ...
We have all'of said to have so redistributed the population :
now our the purpose of looking over the cornpany's from the t
sifter'and
of the state', that old estimates .. were found to be only partly,damaged, put them 'back In-
storm-beaten docks working NOT IN lEGAl relied property. that is, part of the contents' of the' to the large. box, where they were
cannot be upon. It the first' visit tf the gIGJ
I I was presi- I mixed with other -cement
barrel had been set and the remainder that was
and are prepared to dock Massachusetts kept the fight warm- dent and members of the directorateof which. was still soft, was being I being prepared for the sifter.. He stated -
any vessel from 100 to 3,000 until the last minute and Boston between wasa the.road since the disastrous hurricane used,' after oeing sifted in making further that he had seen this of

midnight battleground of September and their 'objectwas the concrete for the foundation of the same cement used In concrete; that 95
tons on short notice. We Guild and :Moran. ascertain from personal observation new city halL I he had seen this same concrete used Opera House at

solicit estimates from cap- In,New York City and Chicago, the some of the effects of the When asked in regard to the un. in the foundation of the new city halL
ballots are ponderous and with'' the storm especially .loathe company's damaged portion of such ,a barrel Under Board's Supervision. In
tains and owners of vessels _- prospect of many scratches, a long waterfront property and its wharves. cement,Mr.. Ausfeld said that in 0:1 Mr. Daniels stated that in his opin- Thursday, November 8th. th

requiring docking and re-I delay in arriving at results is pre They arrived in the:! afternoon and opinion. .this cement was all ion the architect was absolutely under ONE NIGHT. 08
_ No Changes Were Made in dicted. chartering a boat spent the. entire afternoon -and was making good concrete. I the supervision 'of the Board of tit
pairs. S along the waterfront, leaving. The Blount Building. Public Works, and accordingly madea The ,Funniest Comedian of All.
: Intense. TO
i Them .for Philadelphia' : ', for Louisville at 11:45( o'clock. 'When asked:: about the cement he motion to the effect that the archi
intense
Different Pre- Philadelphia Na., Nov. 6.-'fbe tect: make a report to it
had rejected on the Blount building.he In writing as
OLLINGER! & BRUCE interest in the election in :Philadelphia There is no Reason gave as his reason that the cementhe to the character of the material and Arthur Dunn he
,
cincts and DistrictsIn had the effort of bringing out the work, in his opinion. hi
had rejected on that job was too that was
should be thin
and
why baby
an unusually heavy: vote throughout your ; coarse, and that it would take too being done on the city hall, and that \ _ln_ th
fretful the Worms
DRY DOCK! during night are
COMPANY
_ the County. the city during the morning hours. much time: to sift It, and that the in future the architect was to make pspi
the cause of lJ\1D!\ ek&Iy babies. It
,,the .temperature j his
The weather was perfect cement that had been used on the report to the Board of 'Public
MOBILE, ALA. being high enough to permitthe 'is natural that | belittiy t baby should: citY hall was better. Works. .
workers to about without over' |be fat and sleep Veil. If your baby A motion was also passed' "TheLittleJoker"By liiH
go The mayor stated' that the specifications to the ef-
I.' t- -. ...-.. *Jt developed yesterday that the coats. The polls in Philadelphia as does not-retain food, d? were that the cement was to feet that pending the city attorney's I Itw
ballots *Ith which the throughout Pennsylvania i ment with colic curgsf and q'tixperi-- opinion the Board of ,
KNOWLES BROS. c precincts well as be dry; that it was to be properly Public Work Herbert Winslow.
were supplied-and presumably the opened at 7 a.'m.. and 'will close at 7 cines but tryi 'a bxjttle $ housed;: free from set and fresh and employ a food aqd ,reliable .man to

': Insurance.FIRE I same ballot was used all over the p. m. x:.. Cream Vermifuge, and yon win soon that in his opinion the cement used stay on the grc/und during 'all work

count:}-were not printed accordingto :. I see your baby, have colornd laughas did not 'come up in any of these hours and inspect all,material and all 1V
LI'I!. ACCIDENT, MARINE. ,the requirements of the election In West Virginia. it should., '. things 'to the specifications and was work done. Special 'Scenery! Pretty fe

_ General Agent? of ,,i law and considerable speculation has Charleston W. Va., Nov. 6.-The in favor of condemning every barrelon BE Costumes Company of 50! rE
been i indulged in as.to the effect this voting here to-day was the first under the ground and likewise all that CHARITABLE
The Equitablel I will have if any, on the validity of the new registration law and many W4LTONAAINST' was already put in the foundation.This to your. horses as well as' to 'yourself. Mostly Pretty Girls! tE

LIFE ,ASSURANCE" SOCIETY OF NEW the election in Escambia county. unregistered voters registered' at .the would have necessitated! the You_need not suffer from, pains I 111

_ YOR (. I j The city ballots all bore the names polls causing considerable delay in digging up' of all the foundation and of any sort-your horses' need not. Ci

:309: : South 1' )laox Street of the candidates for justice of the .the polling of votes. Weather fait ,DR'\lNAGt..SCf1fME! the matter was not acted on. Lengthy suffer.Snow Liniment Try a, bottle of Eallard's Prices-25C, 50c, 75c, $1.00 and $'..50.Coal wd
I discussions followed and it finally It
and warm. :i was cures all pains. J.
peace in the fifth and seventh districts :j. :
) a< |I "Mo., writes
in addition 'to the of the :
.
name I
I
Lw_,______ = ....".... candidate for the same office in the I Boston Has Blue Skies.;' : Special" !to' "The_-Journal.DeFuniak 1. in the afternoon! in' order to call a ,:"I have used your' Liniment for.ten f'
Boston Mass., Nov. 6.-Blue skies SprlngsNov..: ; 6.-This! I: I years and find it to be'the-best I l have t
second tht
district. Pen scola is in ;
and crisp cool weather made an ideal precinct of Walton county gives 47 for I ever used.for. man,or: beast. Iid \Wood
I
last named district and the people of
fjOlD OrJ with the extra-
I election day. This and ,45 against drainage and three Iia
I he second district hare no right to ,
vote for candidates in' theother districts ordinary campaign that castIng'of'has been country.precincts give; 25 for ,and 67 RESULTS TELL CONDITION OF
waged pointed to the a against the proposition. There was alight
and those names should not the'stat9. The We deliver Ice, Coal, CharcoalWood 4' "' II
vote throughout
TOMONEY heavy vote and but little interest.S.
have In the city. We ';:11 11
been on the ballotThe anywhere
interest in the contest between
keen
'
election law provides specifically Governor Guild and' John B Moran .-:-- THE WEATHER/ supply you In any quantity and .ur !
that ihe ballot contain the service is always prompt.
shall the heads of the Republican and ., Draper, Republican, and E. Geary -
I YOUR d>te. owing the year of the election. Democratic tickets respectively;' and Brown, Democrat and Independence THERE i CAN, BE NO DOUBT ABOUT The folIowjjjjje summary of Steam and pomectic Coal. t

the number at the precinct. and the for lieutenant governor between"" Eben League seemed to make the leadersof weather conditions as 'furnished by Wood Cut Any Size. t
came of the "county, yet neither the THE RESULTS IN PENSA- the local weather bureau'. for 1
both Vmr
parties optimistic.No --- ..w., c
I number 'ofthe precinct nor the name ._.- -- --- S Pressure. V.

of the county appeared on the ballots. How'sThis: ? I "Off Year Apathy. SACOLA. Barometer at 7 'a. m., 301L E. G. SEWALL,

It is not ligelythat any contest 'S Providence R. L,. Nov. 6,-Perfect I Temperature. St. C
We offer One Hundred Dollars Rewardfor Results tell the tale. Phones 614363. 25 N. Tarragona
xv ill grow out of the election but were weather favored the state elections i Minimum 61 degrees
any case of Catarrh that cannot be at 7 a. m.
Sif{ one to do sofor example on such a All doubt is removed. Maximum 1f<<
-
cured by HaU's Catarrh Cure. to-day. Besides the vigorous campaign 75 degrees at 1 p. m. ------

question as the drainage amendmentit We,F.the J.undersifrned.CHENEY &:.have CO., known Toledo Y..r.Ct O. : waged by Governor George H, The testimony of ,a Pensacola citi-- Normal' for this date, 63 degrees. SCARRITT MORENO. (
would
I be interesting to Know > for the last 15 years and believe Utter Republican, seeking reelectionand Maximum same, date last
Till you see our $l:!,:>O'd just what disposition would be made him ney perfectly honorable in all business by Mayor James S. Higgons, of zen.Can i degrees. year 74 SAFES for OF D.ebold ALL Safe DESCRIPTIONS and Lock Co. ,
of the returns from Escambia county transactions and financially! able to carry be easily investigated. i Minimum Agent
$15 Suits. They'refinest Pawtucket his Democratic Vpponent, same date last Canton. Ohio.
obligations made by his firm. year 67
: in view of the illegal form in which out any Office and Salesroom-20 E. GOY St.
the for the. control of the I I degrees.
WALDINO. K1NNAN it MARVIN. struggle
What better proof can be had?
*;
Ii ever, and bring i the ballots were printed. Wholesale Druggirts. Toledo. O state legislature which 1I'm choose :a Rainfall '(inches.) -
I HaIrs Catarrh Cure is taken. Internally, Mrs, Martha A. Stephens, residingat ,
forth excellent exclamations acting directly upon tbe blood and mucous United: States senator to succeed Mr. 24 hours. ending 7 a. m. .0..
'of'ondcr and surfaces of the "rstt'nTestlmon- Wetmore, was expected, to arouse the SOS East Gadsden St.. says; "I Same date last year .17.'
YOUNG WOMAN lab sent free. Price :7| Sold by all druwrist x,",- have been a friend of Doans: Kidney 6.31. January 1st, Our Laundry Work
: praif' dally from: 'men Take Hall's Family Pills for constipa-. apathy.
S
who know suit value. pation. Pills for a long time and .! always Gives the Wearer That
IS CONVICTED Light Vote'in Ohio. THERE NO USE -. Born
Poise
I Columbus Ohio, Nov. 6.-A warm recommend them to every one I hear talking you can't beat Herbine for Comfortable ,

COCKROACH PESTStern's day with the sun Shining character complaining of backache or kidney the liven The greatest regulater of Satisfaction.Let .
"
: I ized election day here. Early reports ever offered to suffering
Stetson Hats Soft and humanity
Guaranteed to: ills of any ,kind. This remedy has
By Associated Press. Electric Paste show that there will be a light vote If you suffer fromliver complaint. us call

New York, :Nor, t.-Miss Florinda I Exterminate'Them.! S in the country districts.In been used in my family off and on if you are billions and fretful, it's your bundle.
for
Stiff for $3.50.
lllario -ho'has been on trial in the liver, and Herb -fiD': your
I Put Sterns' Electric,Rat and Roach for and the pills have put ,it In Its
jSommerset county court at Somerville Georgia. years never proper condition. Costs no
? A.positive
Beacon Light Shoes, .X. J., charged. wjth the murderof Paste in sinks and one the shelves' Atlanta.. Ga., Nov. 6.-The weather been found wanting to anyone requiring -Constipation, Biillousness cure for' you
Alexander Dipoalo was found and in the morning you'tan sweep np. here is clear:and,warm. but the prospects and all ills due to a torpid Dyspepsia, more to get
of dead roaches.. kidney medicine. No need liver. Try
$3.00. guilty of manslaughter by the jury a panful remarkable exterminator Is t 'of a :heavy vote in Atlanta andthroughout a one a bottle and YOU will never use the ,best.
last night. She was convicted of havIng This where the state Is small hesitate procuring Doan'a Kidney thing else. any-
the market
L the only one on
shot and killed Dipoalo last June. Plllg, for they 'will not be
disappointed -
to
is returned if it tails ,
your money Out in Full Strength. The Star Steam
It ,
was brought out. during the trial satisfaction. Much better than in the'results: obtained."
that Dipoalo had squandered all of give Wilmington, DeL, Nov. 6,-Better
; REMOVAL
powders as it doesnot blow away For ,sale by all dealers. Price 50 NOTICE
The election weather never was
H. 0. ANSON I her taoney. defense contended Sterns Paste is also'guaranteed to day : ,Laundry
1 I that the shooting was accidental. kill off rats and mice. "" .. known In Delaware than that which cent. F s er-Millburn Co., Buffalo S The office of'the'Penn' Mutual Life

I Sold everywhere, or sent prepaidon prevailed today'bere.l5 little doubt Xew'York, sole agents for the'United Insurance Company has been removed Phone 114

, oJ CASH CLOTH1EI- I PILES CURED IN '- TO 14 DAYS. receipt of price. 2- pi, .box -25e.. that the full registered vote wQi be States. \ : , from the. Fisher building. to.'223 Brent I 37 E. Garden St.. .
t P.A2:0: OINTMENT to guaranteee to Stearns', Electric polled: but. the registration is more building. Pensacola Fla.
16 ,oz box 100. Remember
--- r the
; L I Corner aalex! and ktaa.. l cure any rasp of Itching. B'ird.: Bleeding' Paste Co.. Buffalo N.: 'Y.formerly. than 3.000, short of ,that of two years name-Deans-and DAVID EDREHLDistrict
or Protruding PIIesln ( to 11 days or take:no"other I
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Manager.
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h I money:retund$. SOc. Chicago III)- ago. : ,


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