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Title: The Pensacola journal
Alternate Title: Daily journal
Alternate title: Pensacola news-journal
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Mayes & Co.
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
Creation Date: November 24, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
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I ===- VOL. IX NO. 277. PENSACOLA FLORIDA.- SATURDAY MORNING. NOVEMBER 24, 1906. PRICES CENTS \ + \. ifll JII}





I PRESIDENT PLEADS GUILTY MORMON AND CHURCH IS FINED WE FIND THE DEFENDANTS GUILTY \ & I :






Was, Arrested After Birth of NOTABLE SPEECH AS CHARGED ? J i

43rd Child to His BY SAY PEONAGE JURY ilj 1 !


Fifth Wife. JUDGE P. -GROSSCUP f!



Charge Against Him Was -- W. J. BRr ANtS RESOLUTIONS ;Verdict Reachd at 10:10: Last ; f

FAIRBANKS Says As Corporations Have Night and Announced I

for Unlawful CoD TURNED DOWN BY COMMITTEE
Secured Control, People At 10:40.
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PRfSIDfNTiI Have Lost It. '
ADOPTED BY CONVENTION 4
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I Attorneys For Defense An : ;
SAID HIS LAST MARRIAGE WAS S -' *

MADE IN 1884 WITH FULL APPROVAL Tampa Fair People Elect I II II I Where Roosevelt, Bryan and nounced That the Case il- i


OF THE CHURCH AND, Him to High Office By Hearst Get Their Hold GREAT YALE=HARVARD One Endorsed InternationalPeace Will Be Appealed. j: tvI''
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and Other
HE THOUGHT, OF THE LORD. Acclamation. On Public. Opposed i

GAME THIS AFTERNOON Private:Monopolies.LAST LEGAL BATTLE OF TEN DAYS DURATION -i j + I

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8J; Lake City, Nov. 23.-Joseph S. By Associated Press. CONDITIONS MUST CHANGE OR ______---.1.. I ENDED IN CONVICTION]
president of the Mormontbar Tampa Nov. 23.-An unusual demonstration I i,
<'h, this afternoon appeared in the was given Vice-President INDIVIDUAL WILL LOSE HIS New Haven Foot-Ball Mad SESSION OF TRANS-MISSIS' OF THREE OF PARTIES CHARGED I a 1

court and pleaded guilty to Fairbanks to-day when at the con- f !+ SIPPI -
WlfE SHOOTSHUSBAND A STRONG ONE AND END IN INDICTMENT-HOWElt. H
tLe euarge of unlawful cohabitation, clusion of his speech to school chill IDENTITY IN GREAT CORPORATE )
and Crowds Lfeok LikeCommencement
.. line of three hundred dollars dren and to the citizens President ED IN VICTORY FOR MR. BRYAN ACQUITTED UPON REQUEST OP
SYSTEM WHICH 1
imposed on him. Brown of the fair, said: "I know I IS FORM-
,ie charge under which the Mor- express the sentiments of every per- ING. Time.By THE GOVERNMENT.
i L prophet was arrested and finedn son present when I pray that God's By Associated Press.
based on the recent birth of richest blessings may rest upon our I AND Kansas City Nov. :After electing

,ident Smith's forty-third child, worthy vice-president and may we yet By Associated Press. Associated j j Press. H. D. Loveland, of San Francisco, r
b. -n to his fifth wife. see him president of the United Kansas City, Nov. 23.Federal New Haven Conn-,--Nov. .-The president, adopting two resolutions by i

V the afternoon recess when the States. The Great audience arose Judge Peter F. Grosscup, of Chicago, advance guard of the post which will William J. Bran after they had been I THE VERDICT. I i k
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room was practically deserted, and gave cheer after cheer of approvaL voted down
was the guest of honor and the principal invade the tomorrow to witness by the commitee on resolutions
city
,-ident Smith went before Vice-President and Mrs. Fair THENSUICIDES -
Judge speaker at the dinner of the what to be the greatest bat- and accepting a platform endorsing .$
rrhie and offered his plea. He sta. banks left to-night for Jacksonville. promises I
Knife and Fork Club to-night. tle on the college gridiron in many : the proposition submitted ty WE THEy, FIND THE !
< that his last marriage was in 188.I .. Judge Grosscup said: Unquestionably in the between Yale Secretary of State Root for encourag
\" of his marriages, he said, were en- the important position that Mr. and years Harvard, took possession of the lug our merchant marine and for increasing DEFENDANTS GUILTY AS {\ ; r
tfed Into wiu.' the sanction of the Hearst has obtained in the politics of tonight. Sucha Jas. T. Delany President of our intercourse with South .
arch and as they believed, with the AGREEMENT ISABROGATED New York and in the politics of the University night before community a battle New Haven America by adequate main facilities CHARGED, WITH THE EX. i
approval of the Lord. According to country-a position that drew to him the Trans-Mississippi Commercial Congress iI
has not The streets of American Co. II
*'p taw of the church they were eter- seen in years. Shipping I CEPTION, OF JEB S. HOW- t
enough Republican votes to enable the city cad the appearance of reunion adjourned late to-day to meet !
sal} in duration. his ticket to divide with the next at Muskogee, L T. NOT
Republican days at commencement time. Is the Victim. year ELL WHOM WE FIND < r<
ticket almost equally the vote of The general feeling over the game is The last session proved a stirring /
New York-is due more than to all that it will be unnsualy hard fought. one. and ended la victory for iir. GUILTY. I
other causes combined to the relation The whole college is football mad and Wife Then Turns Revolveron Bryan. When the committee on resolutions i
MillS GRANi that the corporations of the countryare the enthusiasm is by far greater than reported L. C. Irvine, of St. !
believed to bear to the people of ever before. Betting on the game is Self Dying In- Louis, made ,an impassioned speech THE JURY.; ;
the country, and to Mr. Hearst's atti- spirited and many Yale men are offering centering the committee for omitting ..
Canada Draws Out of Postal tude on the questions that those rela- five to four on their team. the Bryan resolutions intimating that C. W. Gray.
tions raise. And out of this corpora' stantly. the omission savored of political influence. : J. H. Frederichsen. '

me INCR [ S[ Agreement With'the tion too, Mr. Bryan has obtained his J. A. Ross seconded the N. Berlin.H. .
political power and Mr. Roosevelt his mighty shift this from the ideals that TRAGEDY OCCURRED IN CHICAGO speech of Irvine. After the resolutions G. DeSilva. *{ ',
foremost power and position. It *Is lie at the base of our republican insti- were adopted the Bryan resolutions John G. Oliver. :
APARTMENTS
FRIENDS
United States. important therefore, m view: especially tution of private property. A mighty AND' were formally offered and adopted A. G. Chandlee. '.' I 1
of the fact that the old party linesin strain upon the patience: and the patriotism ARE AT A LOSS TO ACCOUNTFOR iVithout debate. Jas. W. Doody. ; t.
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By Associated Press. New York were almost entirely obliterated that must be looked to to Geo. W. Bonifay. s
Independent ManufacturerForces I Washington, Nov. 21.-As a resultof to Inquire what is this corporation i, support that institution. So that STRANGE DEED.By The Resolutions.The T. L. Hayne. ;
the friction over publishers privileges question? And have our I when you ask:: me where Mr. Hearst resolutions were as follows: Wm. M. Johnson. : #
in the two countries, the Canadian leaders, after all, put their fingers on got his following I answer he found Associated Press. First Resolution: "Resolved That Wm. Todford. '
Chicago, Nov. 23.James F. Delany
Competitors to government that tie has notified the government the real thing that has made it the j1 the most of it ready, at de for him, in vice president of the American Ship- this Congress heartily indorses the; R. B. Simpson. '
postal convention paramount issue of the Otthe of resolution unanimously !
times? To the. consciousness people adopted
between the two ping Company, was today shot and, byl
countrieswill be
Make Raise.By answer that inquiry we' must look New York that the property of the the Internarliamentarv Union at
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abrogated next May. The notice is I conditions as they exist squarely in I country, in corporate form, is no killed by his' wife who immediately' London session last July, in" favor -of : 'r j
committed suicide. The tragedy occurred ,
accompanied by the statement that the face for It Is facts, not theories longer the people's propertyhefound the submission of all international :. i
in the
apartments occupied by
this action extends
Associated Press. only to second that eventually determine. the destinyof the .most of it in this mighty questions to an Impartial court or BY BEN H. THOMAS. .1
class and if the couple on the north side.'Delany'sbody .
Pi'' J River. Mass, Nov. 23.;;-The matter -new regulationsare tla nggs. shift from the ideals that at the be- commission for investigation before After a legal battle lasting ten days -.1' (
framed the United was found on the bed with a bullet -
by States for
f ':. mill An of institutions, declaration of during which all the devices known
> i cotton employees woni Agricultural People. ginning our republican any war or commence-j, t !
.. this class, Canada will be wound in the back of his head. Hiswife's
j i for an increase of wages tori prepared to When the civil war closed we were lay at the basis of the institution of ment of.hostilities. to the attorneys for bath government ". -. i
body was lying the bullet
start for near
.. \ negotiations a new conven still agricultural Second resolution "Resolved That and defense called Into .
; on :Monday thirty thousand tion. an people. The pros- private property. having been fired through the mouth : were play' t
a:' :us will come under the scale perity of the country was still in avery But how, you ask me, shall this condition and the revolver still clutched in her this Congress is unalterably opposed,the jury in the case of ,\: S. Harlan, ? -. 't.1 l
i L- i hem ten per cent more than large measure the lands of the of things be met? Is not Mr. hand. Delany was well known in New to private monopolies, and, believing'C. C. Hilton and S. E. Hnggins of the ,
:' ...:sent rate. The granting of country The farmer's boy still livedon Roosevelt meeting it in his policy of York where he spent the greater partof them indefensible and intolerable, fa- Jackson Lumber Company of Lock- { !
\ance by the manufacturers pre- the lands. Railroads there were, holding the corporations, by lawsuits his life. Mrs. Delany before her vors the enforcement of existing laws hart, Ala., found a verdict of guilty t .f."
\ : !1"' strike the men having yotu1] SU ISLAND but not the great railroads of the pres- all over the country to a strict accountability marriage, was Miss Elizabeth Brown,I! and the enactment of such new laws as charged in the indictment against ..- ', .
'chi to stop work in all of the ent day; manufacturers there were, to law? Does not Mr. of Wills Point Texas. She was thirty as may be necessary to protect industries all of the defendants and they were i' -I
: _\'inday if the new schedule was but not the great so-called trusts; Bryan meet it in his announced policyto years old. Her husband was thirty- from menace offered by trusts. held under bond for sentence. Tt* t
; ->r .-(ed.I mercantile establishments but not the dig up the trusts root and branch? six of bond of W. S. Harlan was fixed at t. '
1 D. Borden, an independent great department store. Does not Mr. Hearst meet it in his years age. $:.roo and that of other defendants at 'I i
c, ,,-, manufacturer, employing five CO JVENTION Since Lee's surrender to Grant, all promise to rescue government from Well Known in New York. $%,000 each. The sureties on the 'I. I
tL' i l' :na operatives took the lead in of this has been transformed. :'Th the control of the corporations? Unquestionably New York Nov. 23.James F. De { bonds were J. J. McCaskill and R. IL 'f s
a> 'j :_, the demands; of the hands byes farmer's boy is no longer in the coun the corporations big and lany; who was killed in Chicago by BIG STEAMER ISI Trammell! and, in addition W. S. liar- I
:; ',?: ring that the scale in his mills try-he is in the great centers work little far and near must be made to his wife to-day, was president and 'lan signed the bonds: of Hilton and .: 't t : .
11", "p raised ten per cent. No de- ing for the corporation. The clerk in obey the law. Probably there are I treasurer of the American Shipping Hnggins. l'' ;
.vil, had been made on his mills and Met at Lake City and Ad- ,the mercantile establishment no longer corporations that ought to be dug up, Co. His home was in Chicago, but I The case was given to the jury .- i
t1 : tion practically forced the other I looks forward to an individual root and branch. Without questionon he was well known here. Nobody in I shortly after six o'clock last night, .) t.j' !
career-he is the of the of the HERE TO LOADCOTTON D but the actual consideration of the 4 I I
;- 1 to grant the Increase. vanced Price of Long employee a great part anyone govern- the offices here is able to throw any '
I corporation. The towns have grown, ment and the corporations ought to light on the affair or to give a reason I evidence did not begin until nearly t t
while individual careers in businessand be kept separate and apart; so that for the tragedy. half past eight, the jury in the meaD'j I i :
Staple Five Cents.By I I labor have become almost obso- in the condition of things as they exist time being taken to Hotel Esca*.\l4a t i "
lete. During the period from 1865 to there are points where each of these for supper. Immediately after retim t I ;ting
opERh t[ i SINGE G [R 1S06, nearly every species of property policies ought courageously to be ap- pIe' as proprietors at all-the one instrumentality I I they were locked up and a few -l,t '' ;: ,
Associated! Press. except land, has gone under corporate plied. in which the new industrial IJ minutes thereafter asked to be Instructed .! : I II
Lace City, Fid. Nov. 23.-The Sea ownership and control. Their Plans All Inadequate.But : life had embodied itself having: regarding certain portions of I 4 -'.
Island Cotton Association of Georgia Accumulation of Wealth.It none of them go to.the seat cf been left, though state created a mere J jthe I charge. Judge Swayne wan at ,.i .
and Horida'met' to-day ith President do not complain of this; I only the disease. None cf them will ever shell under whose roof and behind home and was telephoned to but declined iI'. : t'
Harvie Jordan presiding. On the recommendation I I put it before you as a fact. What I hold out to the individual Americanan whose walls every form of treachery, The Lord Stanley Arrives to give any instructions and tha .
of a special committee wish to see alongside of this fact, opportunity: to share as more thana and nearly every form of theft were jury then began anew wrestle with ;
FFOUNDGUILTYamous the prices of all goods of Sea Island I I however is the other fact-without wage earner, in our great American -,given free rein. This is the great and Will Take Cargo of the mass of testimony that had been i '.
cotton were advanced ten cents which Mr. Hearst would have had no prosperity+ None of them will black sin of the times in which we adduced during the ten days of the ':. .
The committee on warehouses recom- ,ground on which to build his appeal ever held out to the individual American live. trial. i
mended the establishment of a central to human nature; without which Mr. not con1ectf'd'lith' the favored The German Solution.But 13,500 Bales.The At 10:10 p. m., the Jury announced J -:, 1

warehouse for Florida at Lake City I I Bryan and Mr. Roosevelt would have classes, a practical opportunity to how, you ask, would you remo-c, that it had reached a verdict and :. '
Women at Central with county branches and at Valdosta 10 rest their careers on other issues-: satisfy that property instinct that is the causes-how rebuild the corporation pending the arrival of Judge SwafllC ,i 4
for Georgia. The next annual I the fact that the ownership and con- a part of his American Individual in- ? Let me take you for an illus' British steamer Lord Stanley, there was much speculation as t4 : I l
Park Zoo. meeting will be held at Valdosta Jan- ,trol of the property of the country, dependencies. None of them will tration, always rem -I'berinl tLst It a vessel 9f over 3,000 net tons, entered what the verdict would be. Soon : : '
uary 8.MRS. I almost as fast as it passed into corporate ever result in putting the'wealth of is an illustration only to that c entry port yesterday to take out one of the thereafter the jury filed Into the cowl : i io
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form passed away from our the common people' of the countrya that has led the world in solving big cotton cargoes of the season. The room all prepared to depart, but the i' i
j I people. The causes I am not discuss- wealth so abundant that without ir ;some of the world's great problems.! big steamer moored at Commandancia closest scrutiny; failed to discover tb6 i t "
By Associated Press. S. R. TATE I log Here again I state only the use, the great corporations would not Thirty years ego, the German people, street wharf and this morning; import of the message hey had for ,
,'f"' York Nov. :2J.: -Enrico Caruso, [facts. The farmer boy is still be afloat tonight-to tee uses of competition [went.through corporation experiencesii".ch workmen in the employ of the Gulf the judge. At 10:25: Judge Swaynw t
t" famous -tenor"\ was form.d guilt : helping his father and his brothers ; for as affairs: : now run, thef, like oar (own: There, as here I Transit Company will begin storinga entered but as the defendants HII;. !t' .
l to : of annoingOill'l in the DIED YESTERDAY raise and harvest their crops; but it wealth of the people deposited In the'financial J.j[the corporation as originaMy designed cargo of 13.500 bales of cotton in the gins and Hilton were not In court the r i!_ :
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rL''t a: 11! Park Zoo and a fine of tendciats I is from the machine shop that he institutions Is available)wa.fr a mere sht'l( There, as here under I I bold of the vessel. This cargo will verdict could not be received. They ; .
( : was imposed on him. Caru- 'helps; and in those incorporated shopshe chiefly to those who are Interested, the shetr! : of th'it shell, the property about equal the shipment made on were senl for and reached the courtroom j. i .
N' ''tinsel said an appeal would be !'I has'no Interest as proprietor. The I not In raising up competition but in of the country was being .transferred the steamer August Belmont which at 10:40. immediately after :. ;
taRt'n Mrs. Solan R. Tate expired yester- ,'merch nt's clerk is still selling merchandise suppressing it. The conditions to be! from the German people at went out several weeks ago with theport's which the verdict was returned. { f 1}
day afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the j met. must be met by remedies t record ,, -.I''
1 i ; but he remains an employee adequately j large even the little they had to the cargo.In The extreme penalty for the offense
home of her daughter, :Mrs. Gus Riss, The that deeper than these poli- addition to this the British I' :
only. skilled workman who formerly go ,few. There,. thirty years ago, as here cargo of which the defendans have been '-
No. 51 East Chase street, after an illness 1 owned the in cies-remedies that go to the root steamer Cayo Largo and the Span- .
shop which he
MANY SNAPPERS : OfJ!now great corporate scandals were found, guilty Is a fine of $t 0,000 or fro : :
of about two weeks. She had i.worked i is succeeded by a foreman the disease: that remove the exposed. And there as here, the hu- ish steamer Ida are due in port within years in the Federal penitentiary, or 1. I '
I reached the age of about 48 years, and !, who has never been thought of in con- out of which existing conditions have-j man nature that is everywhere behind', the next three days, and both will both, in the discretion of the court .
WERE CAUGHT,1 during the past few days little hope j auction i with proprietorship in the emerged. i civilization: eventually began to recoiLIt load almost solid cargoes of the fleecy Pending sentence the men were released J,f. ;
I was entertained for her recovery. 'trade' to which he belongs The capital No one not purposely closing hiss[ began there before It Dean here,' staple, which is now packed in both on bond. Attorney F.ournoy : 1 I '
j. The deceased leaves a husband, i|I of the country-the greatest per eyes, is blind to what the chief cause j only because conditions reached a,, the big warehouses of the Louisville leading counsel for defense announced l i
Prof. S. R. Tate of Powelton and I' lion of it Is still the wealth of the of all this is. That caue is not In:climax there earlier than here and' & Nashville. I j the verdict Lad :; f"
after
By THE CREW OF THE TUG MON.,:three daughters, Mrs. Gus Riss, Mrs.I I people at large-is no longer invested the mere fact that the great new In, because we as a people were too prosperous -i, President Thos. Kent of the Cot !(!\'been immediately returned that the case would be i
Amelia Webb and Miss Nora Tate, in i i Its dustrial life of the country in an in i'ton: Screwmen's Association, has re- } t
directly by in the
j owners country'sindustries. : and too busy, to loot: even a appealed and fought to a finish. He 'a.: .,. ;
ARCH OFF PENSACOLA BAR addition to many other relatives and :: life the new industriallife ::turned from Savannah here he went r
Accumulating in the great corporated ; }little; way beneath the surface ofthings. i' expressed confidence that he would bI I., I
a large circle of friends. I S fl money centers, the entire investible could have become Incorporated:: j to.1' week ago to ascertain if any skilled I I J successful in clearing the defendants .1 ..- 4 l i iI
YESTERDAY. The remains will be taken to-day j I incorporated. without, (cotton screwmen could be obtained. :
'capital of the country has become as fully as it is But when the work of reform did', I eventual! I.,
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to Roberts, where the funeral will oc-I reservoir these results. The causeIs He found that they could be secured 1
[i the out of which only the producing come there, it was a genuine reform.' i An immense amount of testimony .J a
Tt cur. comparatively few who do own the in the fact that throughout thel: It did not content itself with indis'if necessary but the Gulf Transit has been adduced during the trial. It ;. t
( new of the tug Monarch land-:r TRUST I II I industries have been enabled to acquire years: the great new life was becoming !criminate denunciation or with mere; Company is in hopes that sufficient being the estimate of the official re '
ui\' tint snappers yesterday in STEEL their ownership. incorporated: through corporations'! labor can be secured to handle the .tl.! f
t h Resting al- lawsuits. Nor did it die out leaving Lee Daniell that the record t
gig' "-. ." while that vessel vas outside t ADVANCES WAGES I!I mcst exclusively within' the lands of created by the now five and forty.;the door open to every character olj.i''present rush of cotton without bringing I would porter.consist of fully seven hundred t rl tI
Per lookout for ships bound for this I I the few great money kings, this great states, no pains: were! taken by the I'corporation the cunning of men might j'i men from other cities. The com- pages possibly even more. The Immense -t i ,
About four hundred fish were wealth, collected that berth to maka these pany wishes to employ local men, and I I
By Associated P-es together from all states gave j!conceive. Before a corporation can 1 expense to which the government 1.r.1 ,
cati
| tt: within a short period and New York Nov. % .-E. H. Gray over the country, and still the wealthof corporations media through which thel I be organized; in that country. It must If any of the members of S. B. A. No. will be subjected by reason of i' f 1
ij" that were not wanted were sold chairman of the board of directors of the people, is utilized, one day to D jo ne of the wholesale fish houses for the United States Steel Corporation promote speculation and the next to individual savings into permanent I rightful title to a corporate existence.In they can secure- it at $4.00 per day. realized when it is stated that op to .. ... J
s neat sum The crew not only made announced to-day that the wages of close out the victims caught-thus property interests: 1\0 pains were the same way it must establish the I If none of these men who are strong last night; the jury In the case: alone '> t
th.good catch yesterday, but also on common laborers in the plants of the turning the wealth of the people at -ut"n to furnish: the worker with a,amount and the character of the cap :and robust care to handle the work, had(I cost an even $709. This, of Jl "; ;
l day previous. subsidiary companies of the steel corporation large Into the contrivance that en- medium through which he might with italization it Is allowed _to put out. I the local Cotton Screwmen will then !i course, does not include the expense :
The fish were found in about twelve will be increased ten centsa traps, and then skins nearly every reasonable safety, transmute a part of When property Is turned In; Its value .send to Savannah for skilled labor of the many jurors who are serving "; H. v
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fathOms Th' of water some distance off day beginning May 1st next. Wagesof American who looks upon a corporate his day's profits Into a permanent must be judicially ascertained. Upon !'but they do not desire to do so If][at this term of the court the cost of .' J" i
bat. and seemed' to be at, that day and turn labor will be adjusted share as a thing that was expected to property interest; no pains were ;men can be secured here to handle ,1
Dclat In large numbers. accordingly. appeal to his. property instinct. A taken to interest either worker or pro (Continued on Page Four.) I the work without delay. {Ccttinued: ; on Forth Page) t.

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i ;" JUDGE' CHAS. SWAYNE'S CHARGETO Hon. Jake MooreSuffered



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< JURY IN PEONAGE CASE Twenty Years With Indigestion,


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He Cites Law and Directs Cured, by Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. t


: How Evidence Shall

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Be. Considered. OFFICE OFCfje



Powder INSTRUCTIONS GIVEN THE JURY Y : prison Commission of torgia..


COVERED EVERY PORTION, OF Jos.s.'IURNER. TOM SASOIT. tLRMETT JL Co EVANS
CommisilonerOOOCLCS
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ABSOLUTELY PURE THE TESTIMONY THAT WAS TO YANCT.: J.Co MOORR__
Socrdiy.. Sate ......III.
BE CONSIDERED IN DISPOSINGOF

Healthful cream of tartar, derived solely from CELEBRATED CASE. i.c a ..
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: grapes, refined to ; is the active w ATLANTA, August 10,1904

absolutelurity i4- E. C. DEW rrr & Co.:, Chicago, I1L
of Royal Baking Gentlemen of the Jury: Y
; principle : % Dear Sirs -" I have suffered more than twenty years from l&dj.[
Powder. The defendants, W. S. Harlan S. E.
Huggins and C. C. Hilton are indicted gestion. About eighteen months ago I had grown so much worse that

\ Hence it is that Royal Baking Powder of and the on trial statues before of 'the you for United a violation States r I could not digest a crust of corn bread and could not retain anytha-f,

renders the food remarkable both for its fine with reference to peonage, which is on my stomach. My heart would beat so fast I could not seep! at

flavor and healthfulness.No as follows: times I would almost draw double with pain in the pit of my stench.
They are indicted for conspiracyto
arrest one Rudolf Lanninger with I lost twenty-five pounds: in fact, I made up my mind that I co'id: csj

alum, no phosphate-which are the <\ the intent that he should be" returnedto live but a short time when a friend of mine recommended Kcdci

principal elements of the so-calledcheap say a, condition to compulsory of peonage service; that,of is the to D- ., Dyspepsia Cure. I consented to try it to please him:and I was better t 19:)

baking powders-and which are derived Jackson Lumber Company, a corporation n I now weigh more than I ever did in my life and am in better
; from bones rock and acid. to work an indebtedness'alleged one day.
) sulphuric to be due by him .to the company, health than for many years. Kodol did it. I keep a.bottle constantly,

and that, in furtherance of-- the said and write this hoping that humanity will be benefited.
,> conspiracy, and for the purpose of
affecting the same, the said C. C. Hilton Yours very truly,

ROYAL BAKING POWDER co.. NEW YORK. did by threats and force within,
g., the northern district of Florida, and 1.rQ4 St .19..kmfoo
:within the juridiction of this court, k 4.n'q
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[ JUNIORS PLAY restrain him of his liberty, against : Cure Is the only digestant or combinatIon d
I his will and consent; and further, Kodol Dyspepsia

(: BONifAY J that for the purpose of effecting the dlgestants! that will digest all classes of food. In addition to this fact,

;objects of the said conspiracy the said
A TIE GAME tS. E. Huggins did compel the said contains, in assimilative form, the greatest known tonic atd reconstructive

Rudolf Lanninger to accompany him properties. All other digestants and dyspepsia remedies

t I the said S. E. Huggins, to the placeof JUDGE CHAS. SWAYNE food and are lacking in reconstructive
of only
J. Special to The Journal. P. C. S. and P. H. S. TEAMS PLAYED business of the said Jackson Lumber digest certain classes ,

A Bonifay, Kov. 23,-Miss Lola Moody Company, a corporation contraryto properties. .
from Clarkston, is visiting Mr. DeVanes INTERESTING GAMEYESTERDAY. the form of the statue in such case the parties. While conspirators might such design ,
f' was arrived at by a tacit Dyspepsia Cure is prepared at the laboratory of E C.
Kodol
this week.
r, family I made and provided, and against the proclaim their evil design from the understanding which was followed bj
;: D. Hughes of Ponce DeLeon, is In and is sold by leading druggists everywhere.
r town peace and dignity of the United house-top, it is seldom that they ever some act done by one or all of the DeWitt & Co., Chicago,
to-day The junior football teams of the States. act so parties charged in the indictment ii:
foolishly. It is rarely that the
F. C. Pennington from near West- Pensacola High School and the Pen- I I And in the second count: These criminal furtherance of that agreemntthE
; purpose is even put in writing
Tille. is in town to- Iay. sacola Classical School played an interesting same defendants are charged with on joint
privately, and it need not bespoken asent of all may be proved bj
Sheriff H E. IHckrnan and W. T. afternoon about the 24th day of July of this direct Cure
I game yesterday on I for I of verbally amongst them, testimony or may be Inferret: Kodol
Bludworth went to N'oma and' Esto the grounds of the P. C. S., which was year in the county of Walton ,stateof provided there is a common under- from facts which will satisfy the jury Dyspepsia

p. on business Wednesday witnessed by a number of interested Florida, that they did conspire together standing of purpose to accomplish the You could not consider evidence o
,:;.. W II. Brett, Jr.. went Westville spectators. Neither of the teams were I to arrest one Rudolf Lanninger criminal actTMs'can acts and facts not directly connected
mostly be determined -
p:.' on a visit to relatives this'week.. I If able to score, and the game resulted j with the intent that he should be held only by the acts of the parties with the conspiracy charged in the indictment WHAT YOU EAT
Mrs Stella DIGESTS
Breet is
: visiting rela in a tie I.in a condition of peonage, that is to and the circumstances as raising
; I surrounding any presumptioi
tlves in Westville this week. I The. High School Juniors kept the say in the compulsory service,of the that
because other
I them and their actions. It is not wholly disconnected FOR SALE BY HOOTON'S PHARMACY.
'- The carpenters are pushing the 1 ball on P., C. s. territory during most I Jackson Lumber Company, and that necessary to prove that all the parties things were done by the defendants
work on Charley Cotton's new residence I of the, game, h.ut could not .succeedin afterwards the said C. C Huggins did charged met together and therefore the defendants ''we,< I

.: scoring. I Ibp I threats and force within the dis came to an explicit understanding capable of and for that reason actual. '$ -'$- ;M;$$ $'$ .i ;
lion J. A. J. Hathaway: is visiting trict aforesaid, in the county of Walton -
ly did what is
\.Is mother out in the country.Miss TO CURE A'COLD IN ONE DAY and state of Florida, and within or formal agreement or charged in the indictment t
.. Nellie Devane visited friends Take LAXATIVE, BRO t(} Quinine Tablets I that they should all agree formally But on the other hand if yoi
Druggists refund money if It falls the jurisdiction of this court, arrest upon the details or plans by which believe'from evidence not direct] :
m the vicinity of Clarkson last week. to cure. L* V\. GRO\K: '& signature is on the said Rudolf Lanninger and re- the unlawful concerning ,the
combination should be conspiracy to
Hon. H E. HicUnian each bos :5<. ante
went to Perry, : strain him of his liberty, against his rt
,Fla.. Monday with a prisoner. made effective. The offense is sufficiently Lannlnger;' that a general system of:
Joe Williams, a turpentine operator Jackson ,Square Coffee' -a New Or- will. proved if it satisfies the jury business existed'at the time of his ar.. !'Iqi'

i from out in the country, was in towntoday leans luxurj For sale by all leading These defendants are all presumedto that two or more parties charged entered rest at and about the Lockhart camps i
;- preparing to make a grocers. 1, 2 and 4 pound air tight be innocent until proven guilty beyond into an agreement to accom- with the knowledge and ctH>peratiOI 1i1111r//
f cf spirits from here. shipment tins. 25c 50c and $L00. a reasonable doubt, and the government plish the common and unlawful com of these defendants or any two o:: / ::

--- I in prosecuting the case must bination, which was arrived at by mu- them involving an understanding be- ..
'. Chapped Hands. Premiums given away. I prove every .material allegation In the tual understanding, followed by some tween them, or any such two of then I'; ..
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Wash jour hands with warm water, Look for pink.tickets in Obelisk Indictment act done by any"of the parties for the that suchand such things were to bE<.I-.Itl '
dry with a towel and apply Cham A conspiracy is a. combination and [,purpose earning it into execution. done as.occasion might arise, as par f
berlams Salve just before going ted o Flour packages. I agreement or understanding betweentwo It is not necessary that each of the of such system of business and thai tip! T 1

\ and a speedy cure is certain. or more persona to commit an illegal parties should in person commit the such system included the intimidating.1-;: I
f This salve is also unequaled for skin SERVICES AT PALAFOX STREET act. The offense'charged unlawful act, or.that they should be and chasing and returning of foreigi;-1 Ii:
r liseases. For sale by all druggists"MAXIMUMTEMPERATURE : METHODIST CHURCH TOMORROW against the 'defendants is that they present, or even in the jurisdiction of and other employees in order to makE j ** u/
conspired, confederated and agreed to this court at the time of the commis- them work out their indebtedness t()
:
t 76 Services will be conducted tomorerow arrest one Rudolf Lanninger with the sion of the overt act. if it was fairly the Jackson Lumber Company, ant I I :t.: ;[II
s : morning at the Palafox Streetiicthodist intent that he should be returned to a within the
DEGREES, MINIMUM 54 DEGREES contemplation of their you believe that Lanninger was arrested -I .
church when Rev: Syhes condition of peonage; and, second, ,
-- agreement thatithe.ocert act was to with intent to return him to won
tE The maximum temperature at Pen ter Weeks will occupy the pulpit. I that they did so conspire to arrest one be done by one 01 more of the associates out such Indebtedness to said Company j t

} cola yesterday was TC degrees at There will be no services at the Rudolf Lanninger with the intent that within the jurisdiction of this then you have a right to b 7 .
| 1 f J 20 p. m and the minimum 54 de church to-morrow evening however,,lie should be held in a condition of court, 'then the overt act of one i is that there was an understandIng conclude o- P

FTees,. at 5:20 a. m as the congregation has accepted the peonage. the act of all. and renders all of the between such two or de at
more
Last year on the same date the invitation of the Presbyterian church The unlawful agreement or combination associates indictable within this fendants :: ..
inns- to arrest Lanninger .. _
I as ,
charged IJo >t. ,
66 and the to attend the revival services is the of ; -
inaximnm was degrees being gist the'offense, and I diction, if any, overt act was commit in the indictment; in other word: : .
nlnimum 52 degrees conducted there. ,is mostly evidenced by some act of r rtL ted herein. Each may perform separate proof of, a general existing understanding t', ; '.. ;
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L... ____ and distinct acts in forwarding on July %23rd 1906 mat; an:y t
the combination and proof is not required indebted foreign workmen of the company 'I .. ; k

of participation of each i m that is, workmen recently recently I* ... ... ... -. .. ;;
-':' every step by which the unlawful I arriving from New .... :!.,l
; I York wh .
i \. ./}! j ';'?'!r g"t; 7; ,. ;;yj 1:;' ffl i t ]\? (; I scheme is carried forward. Nor is 1 t1 should run away should be edrld .' .'t.. -It'- :
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--.r-r.; .oz-, __ {.. ', -s.t. ':; ." necessary that it should be proved in
tL ? ,., .' .tJ "",..' "-:" ;"i' 'r<: ; & .). _).' f: I I and arrested order to be returnto ; -! *
,: j. : .: ,;".-' : ;C"1i (I that all of the parties originally corn work out the indebtedness won < I a

tLw ('jbined, or that each was an original be proof of the alleged conspiracy t<) k '
'. .. contriver of the mischief or that all *arrest Lanninger for the same ,. The CInter Jlnslc! House Is upon open for business. The contractor ;
i; ..- .. were even acquainted with each other. purpose'Although ?' has put In the plate glass broken by the &ptemb storm and removed ti::
) : you believe that of thi j
.( Mere one e scaffolding and boards which obstructed our store and oar P1a.nos2.11
I passive knowledge of the crimeor I alleged conspirators; may never ha L now be examined carefully. }
w THE CHILDREN ENJOY W illegal act of the other is not suf.ficlent known the existence of Lanninger, a t tic i
.. We bare the largest stock hand
: to show the conspiracy; some the time of his on we ever carried as our regular ship-
arrest, yet If he
( active participated merits have been continued and the pianos have piled up on us-we are (0i
: t r.. participation is necessary if i ( in such a general understanding ,_ ing to make prices to move them. .
;,, ; .. '. !there was an unlawful
and of the which play and the enjoyment ; agreement to as stated, he would be guilt
Life out of doors out games they : ]r k :
do the The Piano
I act charged between two or of the you are going to buy for Christmas can be selected and J't"
which they receive and the efforts' which they make, comes the greater part of that ,'more parties, and at any period thereafter conspiracy to arrest LanningerMuch '. aside. Buy now and save J50 to $100. Terms on best new 1907 mode
I evidence has been offered b 1<: and styles In latest finish $YS each, balance $10 per month. no intern'
;: r healthful development which is so essential to their happiness when grown. When I, i...:1.1;'" : a new or additional party came the government and admitted ]r A large discount for all cash. .

laxative is needed the remedy which is to them to cleanse and sweeten and Ea ;.p;) : into it for the purpose of aiding the to show the condition tends rig ;
a given iti ;purpose of the plan first agreed of the Jacks ; Just think or It. a J400 Plano for {300. Come and 8M them.. These pri
if strengthen the internal organs on which it acts, should be such as physicians: would ( : t and does any act in furtnerance upon of Lumber Company's camps near Lock:_ ces will mote them fast.

sanction, because its component parts are known to be wholesome and the remedy 'v:;' ..'. I. the original design he is from that (Continued on Page Five.) A few bargains to give you an idea of the remarkable cut we *r 11

itself free from every objectionable quality. The one remedy which physicians and l'-;. ..... moment a fellow conspirator, and i is :11! making in prices on' high-grade. Pianos :
{
,, parents, well-informed, appnre and recommend and which the little ones enjoy, .f..S.r.;. I'which responsible for all the consequences ---- ---- ---,-, ,--- One Kranlch A Bach. large Aright grand fancy figure, walnut ]-*
flow .
from such participation. then new $i50. Used one year, $32a for.this special sale.
it \ because of its pleasant flavor, its gentle action and its beneficial effects, is-Syrup ... ":;/:; i While it is not essential that each ENDORSED HOME. *
rt
Is ; ,,,: of Figs-and for the same reason it is the only laxative which should be used by \ -=mss.::.'::1' ,conspirator should know the exactI ? One new Cassell Piano, regular price $323 this sale $265 *;

i ; fathers and mothers. C7Syrup I part which every other is to perform, SUCH PROOF AS THIS SHOULD CONVINCE : < _One small Mahogany upright Packard regular price $li0, this sak ";1' 1
you must be satisfied that the party ANY PENSACOLA $ss...
r" of Figs is the only remedy which acts gently, pleasantly and naturally (charged with participation in any of CITIZEN. -""" ,'
e ,
? Kranich & Bach
new Mahogany 'l.i.- Z
150
case regular price $
without griping, irritating, or nauseating and which cleanses the system effectually, r'- l i i I the steps taken In furtherance of the The public endorsement of loca I 3t $390One *
a
habit which results from the use of the old- : original scheme had knowledge of the 1- *
' without that .r t. 1I
producing constipated citizen is the best .
::parties whom he proof that can bi!I One Jacob Doll $400 Piano UNd two years, now $%%5. *
was
F time cathartics and modern imitations, and against which the children should be so t )' -' assisting were produced. None better, none stronger Firtj other new Pianos Just unboxed to select from.
engaged in unlawful .
some design. : i
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manhood and womanhood ..'::.: .:' / can be had. When a man comes forward :t
.;'s\ w rcarefully guarded. If you would have them grow to ; ,[Such guilty knowledge; may be inferred i
f % '* and do not them medicines when medicines are not ')\cJ. from his conduct if the acts I and testifies to his fellow-c !
,
sx strong, healthy happy, give -.r proved are of a nature to satisfy ions addresses his friend.* and neighbors ;;=il The Clutter Music House i

I needed, and when nature needs assistance in the way of a laxative, give them only ;"_ \ {that the party was conscious of you the you may be sure he is thoroughly I

t the and gentle-Syrup of Figs. ; fact convinced or he would not do so "
simple, pleasant t that the parties with whom he Largest and Oldest in the State. i
. of the combination of the laxative :; was associated Telling one's experience waen'it i La; r._
.: ;; :. Its quality is due not only to the excellence h. were engaged in doing
; for the public good is an act of [ 1 *
L e :::#' principles of plants with pleasant aromatic syrups and juices, but also to our,1{ j wrong.I ness that should be appreciated. riThe. ,; k T : +'aSaF a a .rg :.:1 ;lt- :"". :? ;-EI > r":;: '

t. t' original method of manufacture and as you value the health of the little ones, do ,. VI I The court charges you gentlemen ofj following statement, given by ,a res: !

: not accept any of the substitutes which unscrupulous dealers sometimes offer to y,.j \ j i I the this jury case that which in your is consideration an indictment of I dent of Pensacola, adds one more tithe I BAY ELECTRIC AND SUPPLY COMPANY

t- increase their profits. Please to remember, the full name of the Company : against these defendants for a con"piracy which many cases of home endorsemen.tl W T. BEDWE'-U PRES. AND MANAGER.
K front of In I\. to establish conspiracy it f are being published about th the a
CALIFORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.-is on every package. Snot "Little "
printed will call.
. : I Cqnquerer. Read It: representative W. T. Bidwel]. President and Manager, 203 a B.J'-II
; t-: order to get its beneficial: necessary that there snould bei Mrs. M" White, of West Zarragoss)iL.: street.'
evidence
of a formal it J
agreement Is
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St.
, save: "Any that will .
f rl,, effects it is always neces-l" I (sufficient if sepal ate details of the remedy mak<

t ,r ;..':.r .r: sary to'buy the genuine /vJ& s'rrftv. transaction as it was carried out indicated i'I a as cure Doan's as promptly Kidney Pills and, as diG taorcughT in IDji;: l

a r!' unly. For sale by all re- irrj > I with requisite certainty the existence case, Is well worthy of the high est
r.
r 'tii1i'q f: r.: s. sr /j 1 -r Ob of a preconcerted plan or purpose .i recommendation. I wa.rOUiJed vitl ;i GOOD SIDEWALK
: : cable "I'1
; vtt?_ "t druggists. .1'r s.t' :, and if you believe the evidence my kidneys for some time indicate*

4i in this case shows a detail of fatuand I by severe pains in my back and sides
circumstances in which these alleged 1- Sometimes it
was a tim acning am
conspirators were involved separately at other times sharp tWIngeS. I al isrl'N' Gives .the most
ordinary property'an of substantial
or collective! and which are bad dizziness appearance
clearly referable to a preconcert of and severe lieadacheand s I value. A poor one can ruin the effect of the handsomest -
an annoying difficulty with the I house and
grounds. You don't want any ragged
the
actors, and there is a moral probability '
kidneys.
I happened to read an advertisement 1- edges to your property.
that they would not have occurred in the paper about oan'i II Among good sidewalks ,
without a well laid concrete one Is easily
as they did such
it is sufficient! if it satisfiieS preconcert r felt Kidney Pills and procured a oox. I'' best Lasts longer, cost: less for repairs and adds an air ofres
I relieved after taV ng> a few do solid dignity and worth
you beyond a reasonable doubt. I and before I finished the third We lay men sidewalks
boi: and back every one with our guar.
-' ( t- JM The offense of conspiracy under the'I was completely cured. I am per aatee. May we estimate on yours?
-i; '-'-: J _, : V. laws of the United States is sufficiently -(fectly well and healthy as far as m;; .
proved if the jury is satisfied from kidneys are concerned."

the evidence' in this case that two ort j For sale by all d '&'e-a. Price & Pensacola Cement Stone Company
more of the defendants Indicted entered -cents. Foster Milbnra Co.. BaCalc ,

;1:: into an agreement to accomplish New York, sole agents for the Uni t i

the design of amtingand .TEb ii ng I States.. a S. J. Harvey Manager. Telephone 1485.
i; Rudolph Lanninger to a condtti&i ofpeon2.ge Remember the name-Doan's
t l and if the evidence shows take no other.
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Age ,W-hlskeV :(; : 1 : youth makesI I l : i r = r T

Is a Disease I' .. r

That May Be l l the old youngOvercome


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Men\ May Live Vigorous, Hale and Hearty for 100 Years. ,) a.. \ \\ run the race I


Prime of Life at 80 Years of Age g of Life be- \

Man thoughtlessly has been dying too young. Dr. Lyman; -' r

Beecher Sperry in his recent address on the Science of Life, :; ) C7 ond'the] i : ::

?4. before the Y. M. C. A. of Chicago, said that man may "j}', h i .r .t .

< possessed of his faculties! and useful for 150 years. Professor'Elie en ur

,, : Melchnikoff, the eminent Russian scientist, after a life of research \ ), ,1

and scientific study, says that we can successfully combat old age.] I t a -i

The fact that a person can live to be over 100 years old in the en.'a j J .

joyment of strength and health has been proven by many of -1

our physicians and scientists and 4,000 hale! -and hearty old / -

(/1 men and women all of whom either in their practice as doctors (-- '

Ii or by actual use, have become familiar with the life-pro-': __ 1

( longing health-giving powers of Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey.'' ; ,' -


y'I I VIGOROUS AT 108 YEARS OF ACE. _. -rG yi ,3 k
\ Uward boys,!Unity linen)).H..Bon i>1797.ui a Ben sf Tw Yin.Vriies:- ZC_ !
"AD old{ man's life can be a happy one if he is welt! and I hare been just as
a active and strong up to a few years ago as I was darinj the war in the South. My ( ,, t ti
family and friends' are all gone,but 1 am cheerful and Lope to live some time yet. I r
1 jf a r was born in what is DOW Unity Corners.N. H-in 1797. '
V i A "I have been pretty well all my life but when I began to STOW weak my doctor \ '
told me it was old age and gave me Duffy's Pure Malt Whisker. I am taking that 1 ,
m't medicine now and it is both medicine and nourishment to me. I cannot eat a hearty .J r \ ,,
meal the way" I used to.but Duffy's'keeps me up and cotar.> I would not be alive I r, 0(. .'. ... \ ,
without it. -
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105 FEELS LIKE A GIRL. ,' --a. \tl
I O ai ..' a ran.Boei tai Barstil Lad of BOil...... ,
,, "Gentlemen*m 105 years old. I am well without.a pain or ache. 'I sleep 'fi ,"J 'y,., ..C- ;.
M well as I did when I was a girl I use your whiskey and like it very much. Duffy s i ; '
Pore Malt\\hiskey is the only medicine I use. I ret water'from the well bring in f
wood and do my hou&ework.-Mrs. LOUISA COX.Harrington.Maine. .> 4
'II U you wish to keep young strong !vigorous and have on yoar cheeks the roses '. T
of health and retain full possession of your mental powers oa oust take Duff,'. a ,. r I Il
Pure Malt Whiskey regularly as directed and avoid drugs of all*""< .r t
4i'ZZ1ZZiis: ; It nourishes the vitality, no matter how weak or feeble it may"hare become: l ". may ( i
feeds and enriches the blood and stimulates the circulation giving health and power r. J ", '_
\ Women to hod and sickiy. nerve children.and muscle. It is invaluable for overworked men delicate JJff.J fI -. ,- ..6' \\\ ,,, : :

d'p t The absolute purity of Daffy Pure Malt Whisker Is attested by the fact that
q thousands of doctors and hospitals use it exclusively and that its the only whiskey' 1 .. ,
'' that is recognized as a medicine It contains no fusel oil. j jCAUTION.
DCi /1 VY r J 1. t
.,. .-When yon ask for Dotty Pun Malt Whiskey be ..r.lCHI. l J ,
fetthe genuine which Is put up ia sealed bottles ..1". It Is never ./ i -b
-; .. i "Ik. Dishonest dealers will try t.Mil you cheap Imitations and substitutes 4r /
which are put on the market for profit only and which positively harmful.iii i ;., ,t l{
:, ;x.y- Demand Duffy's and be sure you get It. It U said by all reliable draggUta ( <
1 and grocers. Look for the trade mark the'Old Chemist."on the label and j t
be cure the seal over the cork 15 unbroken. If a dealer offers to sell yea
Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey ia bulk,report MB to u and,when prove,w* -

will PNy; a reward. /,11I.. {El' ] rNGl rme CBNTuR?' .I HAR.1Cf / ,



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s I Tersely Told OYSTER MARKET DRII HIMAREANS JONES ANDPASCO" "! <.i.ir "t t1f'

[ J.. were\\. and among R. J the\Vhitmier business! visitors of Milton 1f' ; (

In the city yesterday. .


!!,I a tor J.short of H. Moultrie business Spivey a Ga.visit naval. is in stores the city opera-on I It 15 RULING EXPIRES AT T NAME 'OF NELAFIRM ; I


t I The Louisville & Nashville pay car I'
s arrived in the city late yesterday afternoon !I: j4i;
RA I and to-day the numerous employees :
RI HIGH OCALA l
of the company in ttts city

RN I II will receive their monthly salaries. tall SgAlitgay is Near at Ha/ld "

The fishing schooner Priscilla of _
;the fleet of Saunders & Co. entered F. ,
from the snapper banks yesterday Prices by Wholesale Are Al- Pensacolian Dies.After Two Prominent Attorneys of Don.t'theold shoes look a little shabby? '; t. t' j!
[with a catch of 10,000 pounds of snappers -
Y.E .\ and 2,000 pounds at groupers.I most Double Those of J You cant hide them-they will always be t. : }
a Lingering and the City Form a Part- sticking.out some\ynere. ..
.1 I 1 Thirty-one caseswere ou the l
C .' Previous Seasons.
'docket I,day morning in the for municipal trial before court Recorder yester- I I Painful Illness.Dr. nership.Jones Z We would like to show you our line of ;i. i : ;

fl i. ;. o I Of this number nine i
ILaoey. cases The oyster market is ruling high new Footwear. t t
continued, three defendants discharged '
were -
; t, fr A [ sentence suspended upon this season and the prices that deal- W. H. Marean, formerly a resident : & Pasco is the style of a new J J1-1 I
; ers are compelled to pay to secure the 1 Man or woman, extreme or conservative
fr :two defendants, one defendant turned delicious bivalves are about double of this city. passed away yes law firm which has just been formed. '
T over to the county authorities and I the prices of former years. Needlessto terday afternoon at 1 o'clock at his Both members of the firm C. Moreno dresser. l .t ,! : !. :

fines amounting to $-15 imposed.The say there is much complaint among home in Ocala, .where he had been ill Jones and Samuel Pasco, Jr., are well I
i al S Pensacola Electric Co., in obedience the dealers who say they cannot sell for any weeks of typhoid pneumonia.This known attorneys who have r firWe've ( !
SURE YOUR SHOES ARE
young HERE
WERE :
w+ == -_
retail
to the request of a large num- at at present prices unless they reached here yesterday afternoon
news
ber of East Hill people will hereafter j can secure oysters at a cheaper rate. been practicing successfully in the
I run its East Hill Sunday morn ,. The oysters in the shell which are In a telegram to Mrs. B. S. courts of Pensacola and the state fora 1 ; !
ing car ten minutes earlier than here- sold in Pensacola are brought here I Bernard daugtJer of the deceased,: number of years. the best makers best in every style r

k tofore so that its patrons in that part from East Bay and Escambia Bay and followed closely, upon a telegram Although contemplated for a number size an d width. Shoes at $2, $2.50. $3. $3.5.0). 1 '
of the city can use the car when going and it is stated that they are nearlyas received Wednesday announcing the of weeks the partnership has justbeen .t.t ;
death of Fred. Marean her brother. formed and announced and com- $4 ar $5.
lYll CI1C to attend 7 o'clock mass. The plentiful there as In former'years. _ j : ,
new rule will be put into effect tomorrow -.There are but few boats however Dr. Marean leaves a wife and two posed as it is of two bright and successful 7 }r
The best In the morning. engaged in the trade and the dealers daughters airs.:! R. J. Owens who is young attorneys the firm will conduct business the : .
beginning Is the I S We our on .George t
and Mrs. Bernard both in the city.!
cheapest in the end. say that the oystermen put the priceat now in Ocala be one of the strongest
That Is.wby w. advocate the I I Pastor Thomas M. Calloway of the about any figure they please. of this city. Both already have a large; practice in, Washington Plan"-no misrepr entation. :l" ; t
buying of a good CravanetteCoat. .First Baptist church will preach a I resided in Pensacolafor I 1
Thedeceased this
the courts in city. '
I In former $1.25 to $1.50
years per NeIther luck chance enters into shoe :
nor
Sun- a
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Come see our stock and try on special sermon to young men on barrel was paid in Pensacola for oys- several years practicing his profession The new firm has established offices i ; ,
day night A cordial invitation Is extended -:ters at the wharf. Now, however the and during his residence up-stairs at the northwest corner of purchase made. re. s sI i
Coatsi0 to every one to be present on i price has advanced to $3.50 and $3.75: made many friends who will regret Government and DeLuna streets. f : :
that occasion. tCl learn of his death. He had reached
it
and occasionaly goes as high as
: want-Blue Ribbon I$4.00 per barrel an advanced age and for some weeksit REV. A. CRAPSEY I StoreS
The kind '
S STANDARD CLOTHING CO. l Vanilla. Absolutely"you pure goes twice Many of the boats heretofore en- has been known short that period he would and survive the RESIGNS PASTORATEBy Boston Shoe -t:
only a -
gaged in the trade were destroyed or
.
far and the "Blue Ribbon Flavor" i ,
II as hastenedthe 117 s. PALAFOX ST. FASHIONABLE F00T FITTERS. .
death of his son evidently
.''is perfection. Ask for the 25c size. damaged in the storm, and others Associated Press. : (
early in the season went to Biloxi end. Rochester, N. Y.ov.. 23.-The :.ts "t '
New Suits Filed. and other coast towns leaving only Jackson Post Express this afternoon announces ) --- ,
I The following new suits were filed!a comparatively small number to The best for the money- that Rev. Algernon Crapsey has decided ; f
SPECIAL PRICES IN yesterday in the office of the clerk cater to the local trade. Square Coffee. Put tins.up In Absolutely air tight to resign from the ministry of NN............................................... I.jl"I i is

CUT BUSS AHD HOLIDAY JEWELRY .of the circuit court: Local dealers say that :Mobileand 1 guaranteed, : and 4 to pound satisfy the most fasti- the Protestant Episcopal church.

W. A. 218 S..Palafoi! SL Mrs. M. Burrow vs. Geo. W. Pryor Apalachicola boats can make good .l
Gahlenbeck. dious taste. .,, _. _
& Sons, damages $250; Patillo money here as the market is not fully - -- -- -
Campbell attorney for plaintiff. supplied and that unless something I I MEN ARE POWERLESSTo I FOR B BY SHOES !

PHOTOGRAPHERS TURTON &SINCE BELL.1873. I Robert B. Smith vs. Susan B. Smith is done prices will advance by retail. CAN REPORTTO Fight Against Disease Unless! They i J Ji
Meat 1( Supplies Finishing/ tar Am. earJ. bill for divorce; Jones & Pasco solicitors ; Strike at the Underlying Cause. i f
", for complaintant. 1 The celebrated Frencn drip coffee, To treat Dandruff,and Falling Hair :
Inland Foundry Co., a corporation, .Jackson Square. No premiums. Sold' with Irritants or oils on which a parasitic i
COTTRELL; f vs. M. and J, M. Burrow, damages strictly on its merits. Ask for it at l SAND KEY germ will prosper is use: scoop- of pretty designs the best make
FINE PHOTOGRAPHS. $500; C. L. Shine, attorney for plainI your grocers. -- ins water from the ocean to preventthe i and. i a ;1 ;

Pensacola. r'la. I I tiff. chief of the United tide from rising. (BUDD S)
Willis L. Moore i I.
- -. ,i Wm. Weatherston vs. Mamie mid if bureau, has Issued the You cannot accomplish a .satisfac t: : :
weather
Weatherston bill for divorce Jones States without having a right understanding :
DR. ALICE W. HERMAN, ; Pasco solicitors' for complaintant; :IF DRUGS following circular to letter masters which of vessels will tory cure of the fundamental =-- GO TO--- I i f' :} 1 1f. i iu

Rcom BuIDlds; 1&f Jas. E. Harvey vs. Lizzie Harvey IT'S i prove of interest causes of the trouble. I I Itc .
g. 3d Floor. .
:' 301 Brent bill for divorce; Jones & Pasco, solicitors : Newbro's Herpicide does this because .
41)rn bunIons Ingrowing nails re- is hereby made
1IIo''fsdenU cally without pain. Manl"ga.specialty. for complaintantBilious The Crystal Has It. "Announcement at It is specially matte to do that

eCa :.4octlrnaR. Attack Quickly Cured.A that Sand the Key vessel, Florida reporting, is prepared station to' very thingWhen the germ Is removed the hair WATSON PARKER & REESE CO. I -# !
and I
. K. WHITE, "tack few that weeks was ago so severe I had a.bilious I was not at- THE THE BIG HANDSOME STORE. STORE. .. from transmit passing and receive vessels at messages night by to Bash '.has no choice but to resume healthy. $ ;:
" ,,
"' and beauty
aler.M i 1'r'.C'In.30 S. Piiafoi Street. '....col.. Ha.DAILY able to go to the office for two days.Farling Agents for Whitman's Candies., light signals in using III International code Destroy the cause you remove the' i EVERYTHING TO 'WEAR., T .'i : 1
part
po- to get relief from my family Woodworth' Perfumes. effect" o '

TOWEL SUPPLY.RUNYAN'S physician's treatment.Stomach I took and three Liver ofChamberlain's | Manicure Goods a Specialty. i }f"As signals.this work is new to the station For sale by W. A. D'Alemberte 121 South ........t.. ................NN.N..NNINNNNI.. i 3'; < t
apothecary
druggist and ._ .
vessel mastersto '
for -- ----- --
- ROLLERS... and the next day I felt likea it win be necessary send lOc In stampsfor ------ -
Tablets
In Palafox street, or ;t ; J
A CLEAN TOWEL EVERY DAY new maa.-H C. Bailey, .Editor of The Crystal Pharmacy i send slowly using special sufficient care sample to The Herpicide Co., Detroit | The quality of Jackson Square tl[give you perfect satisfaction youl'
con-
Phcne .)? PER MONTH. the News, Caapln. S. C. These 'tab* 1 spacing and in giving Mich. Coffee is guaranteed. If it does not I grocer will rerun Us cost : '
848-2 and dashes. ,
ringfc M. Q. RONYAN; trast-to the dots
Pensacola Florida. lets are for sale by all dmgglsts_ .H"'i H HH
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I ''CHRISTMAS MONTGOMERY WILL REVOKE Fine Care. It's Hair fins Vigor care,new tHttmai improved s fine formula hair! ,systematicBf Use Avert-

;hc nttoht
Joumal ,consdentioutly, and f eu wiTh get results.
VIe know it stops falling hair, cores drodrcf"

STREET CAR FRANCHISE: U ft most elegant dressing. An ewjjtir.
Fine Hemd- New bottle. New content/
DAILY* WEEKLY.' SUNDAY. not.tela or.bSs 1, 4. '
CASE DEFENSE : ?of th.hatri c.. ,
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PUBUSHED EVERY. MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY Company Refuses to. Observe Jim Crow Ordinance and I _


( ...BY... Council Will Revoke Its ,Right to Operate In That .....................................................

THE JOURNAL COMPANY. IS PRESENTED : .

City-.Traffic Held Up For 2l/2 Hours.By .

FRANK U MAYES. President an' General Manager i FOR BABY SHOES I Iof

-- Associated Press. because of the rule requiring twenty-

MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. Witnesses Testify As to the :Montgomery Ala.... Nov. 23.-At a four hourS: notice of special meetings.A .

--..... ... meeting for the avowed purpose of re call has been issued for a meeting : :
Blood Stained Shirt voking all of the franchise privileges tomorrow afternoon when it is probable -
SUBUCRIPTION RATES of the Montgomery Traction Company that action will be taken revokingthe i pretty designs and the best make :

One Year ... .. ..........J5 00 One :Month .. .. ... .. .. 45 because of its failure to observe the privileges. Since the issuance of ,
Six Months. .. .... .. .. 2 50 One Week.. .. .. .. .. .. 10 and the WilL Jim Crow street car ordinance which: the injunction this morning the cars : (BUDD'S) i
Three Months.. .. .. .. 126 'Weekly Edition per year..$! (0 went, into practice to-day the city have been running after suspensionof .
council could not 'take action tonight traffic for two hours and a half. : _
DEFENDANT CLAIMS BLOOD ON GO TO- :

The Only Penaacela Newspaper From Which a Detailed I 1-
Circulation Statement Can Be Secured. SHIRT CAME FROM HOG HE had left the camp because he did not f :::= !
like the water and because he w-aa
KILLED THE DAY BEFORE THE THE J JURY riND sick and did not have the care he 1I

MURDER OCCURRED. ought to have. I WATSON PARKER & REESE iI.
Ph.mBusI.s0ffict1500$( R.... 38 I Papers on Sale en Trains Mr. Reese cad sought v> make the I CO. i
,
and at all News Stands. jury believe that: as Mr. Harlan was ;

leu-inor 3I4X 01 .-,:>adg General Manager of the Jackson Lumber EVERYTHING TO WEAR."
Maiianna Nov. 23.-Miss Allie DEFND 0 [ DANTS Co., he was crimiaaiiy responsible -I
Offices-Journal Building-Corner Intendvncia and DeLuna Sts.PEXSACOLA. I Richardson stenographer, was recalled in the premises. This was Incor :.................. ............................:

to the stand last night and testified rect. Mr. Hilton had stated he did I

FLORIDA. SATURDAY MORNING NOVEMBER regarding the testimony given not even know Laninger and had --
2*. 1906.
I by witnesses at the preliminary and never seen Hilton until he came ?oPens -
habeas corpus trials. After refreshing GUILTY .cola. If Harlan did not know '

The Vote On the NOTABLE SPEECH her memory from notes taken at Hilton how could their minds meet? THERE'S NEVER ANY LAKYROOS
those trials she testified that Boone There must have been a certain definite -
Drainage Amendment.The BY JUDGE GROSSCUPContinued Joe White and W. L. Pilcher had plan and Mr. Harlan could not

made variations in their testimony'at Continued from First Page-) have entered into the conspiracy according If your houses* sheds and barns are covered wnhRubberoid
Lake City Index has been keeping ( from First Page.) this trial, from that given In former to the testimony. .

tab on the drainage amendmentvote officers and.directors is not conferred hearings. Was examined minutely]the bailiffs andthe incidental expense When Mr. Hilton arrived at Laurel and Paroid roofing-:-the only rooting

as it has come in, with the resultas supreme power; in the German corporation -by state's counsel as to the manner necessary to an action of the natureof Hill and sent the message he could that withstood the recent hurricane. Two car

shown by the figures given below; the share holders meeting is of recording the words of witnesses this case at the bar. It is certain not have known that he was going to received.

Xo returns have been received from the counterpart of our .New England I by stenographic characters and transcribing that before all the cases are concludedthe capture Laninger. The truth was that loads just

Lafayotte, Pasco and \Vakulla. The town meeting genuine assembly in- same on typewriter. total expe'ns will run into the the telegram had no connection with
tended to do something more than I Blood Stains on Will. the matter whatever.
mark (*) indicates! official vote: pass resolutions of approval. I W. B. Farley" the attorney who tens of thousands of dollars. With regard to Huggins's connection--. SaundersIfIII Company
Co'inC: For. AgainstAkchaa All of yesterday was consumed in with the alleged conspiracy :Mr.
Our Own Workmen.I ,drew the will of J. M. Christmas testified ,
..................
182 b36Kakcr ;)
................... 46 103Bradford am not holding up the industrial. that it was brought to him for arguments by the attorneys in the Blount said there was no evidence of Phone 717. 21 East Garden Street.THAT'S .
................. 54 45Brevard ;3 life of the Germans as an example of :probate about a week after the case the opening address on behalfof conspiracy; Huggins was not even In -- .. .
..... ............. -- -'- :: :>
ISS lie what the employ of the company at the
our own ought to be, or I funeral of the Christmas family; there the defense being made by W. A. .
Calhoun .. ................ 213 143: theirI.
Citrus ................... .4, 135; corporation as an institution I were no blood stains on it at that Blount, Jr. Mr, Blount's address was time.
Clay ..................... 155 116 followed line by line in our own time; that he had it in his possessionfor eloquent and had evidently been care- All the testimony relative to the ........................0............................
Columbia ................ 83 442 work of reconstruction. We have two or three days when Wm. D. fully prepared. In it he reviewed the whippings etc.. had no bearing'UjOD
'Pad .................... 360 4911)Sot4) the testimony : :
found for our workman for ia Christmas and Joe Christmas his case in detail and made case notwithstanding sacn
.......:........... :::!66 417 ways a. strong
Duval ................... Ml 1.152; ; creasing his share in the division of brother returned together with Louis showing for the defendants. He was tended to show there was some
Esoambia: ............... 403 163 the profits of enterprise that the German -Avery one of the subscribing witnesses followed by United States District At- difficulty at the camp at times. There

Franklin GaJsden ...............;.......i......... 43 40 400 31 workman does not enjoy. What and it was then taken to the coun- torney W. B. Sheppard who made the was not one scintilla of testimony to tJUST
Hamilton ............... 176 376 the American in the ordinary walke ty judge. Witness testified that Joe principal address for the government.Mr. show that there was any trouble at $3.091
llilL borojgh ............. 379 523;:: of life could lay by for investment ia Christmas borrowed a knife from Sheppard was at his best and his the turpentine camp excepting that

Holmes Jatkscn'::::::::::::::::: 132 169 5b6 30 larger happily much larger. than anything Louis Avery and picked a, bloodboilon arguments pcnctured many of the con- given by Buckley and two other boys

Jefferson ................ 60 142 the German can lay by. But his finger; he saw blood drop from tentions of defense' and placed the and that was the camp which Laninger .
Lafayette ._.............. ... ... the example is none the less valuable;' the finger. Joe Christmas afterwards matter before the jury in a way that left and the camp to wich he was -=- :: -
Lake .. ................... 137: 232; ::! for if such handled the will, and witness thoughtthe undoubtedly returned.It 4
!- ..................... 511 30 on conditons the German L impressed them, as every .
.Lrfson .................... 113 364 corporation could be reconstructed on blood must have gotten on thereat member of the body paid the closest was common among men of intelligence 4S
;- 'lvy ................._.. 5:! 432::; lines that have successfully interested L that time.Witness attention to his remarks. Mr. Shep- to judge other men by their : ALL :
Liberty _................ 71 29 as proprietors to the extent of their admitted on cross examination pard was followed by Attorney W. W. deeds; the actions of Laninger were!
'Madison ................ <
24
149 : :
JIanatef ................. 124: 347 means the German people at large- that he had when his attention Flournoy leading counsel for defense sufficient to convince anyone that he
Mir'on! ................... 346 487 resulting in the fact that it is not upon was called to the stains by the coun- who made an able and learned address had not been held in :peonage. Hit
'Moiinx* ................. 76 234::; her corporate industries but ty judge at first denied they were and Hon. Scott M. also return to the camp after leaving and

Orange Nassau.................................... 116 ill 24 467.* her unjust landed proprietorship alone upon blood thought the spots%might have of defense who distinguished Lpftin the getting as far as the Escambia bridgf I I <|The price of our Bunion Last I j

OSCt-ola .................. 4a 20S that the forces of German socialism I gotten on there while he was carry- skeins of evidence in a manner that had shown conclusively that he had
Panco .................... ... ... are directed-what may not be ex I ing the will in his pocket, and upon won him the congratulations of his no fear of the conditions at the camp.
Polk ......................
174 301 pected in America when the work of r occasion of his examining it at his associates. Hon. ,Chas. W. Russell The government said Mr. Blount,
..
Putnam ............... 113 40 rti Shoe for in both lace and
St. Johns ............... 252 457 corporate reform in the true spirit of home possibly at night at his dining Assistant Attorney General of the had trie4.to ridicule the testimony of men, ]
.Ht. L.uck. ................. 95 ISM! reform is undertaken and accora I.table after the meal was over. That United States closed the case with a Emil Lesser a man whose word could I
Santa Rosa ............. 273 !t2: II after Joe Christmas recalled to him carefully delivered not be 11
plished. address in which doubted and
umter .................. 61 280! whose positionwas i
.riuwanee ................ 78 431: The Remedy. the instance of his cut finger witness he picked up the disjointed links of such that it could not Be assailed If feet trouble
Ta\lor .................. 13t! 43 But while I am not attempting in remembered it, and thought that was evidence and wove them into a connected by the riffraff from the slums of ICew gaiters. your you, \
Volusia! .................
3t9 57S the explanation of the matter. chain that Vas York.
Wakulla ................. ... ... detail to point out the exact structur anything but I
'Walton ................. 191 20S .of the American corporation as W I' Louis Avery testified that he saw I pleasing to the defense but which the There was only one verdict possibleIn
Washington .............. 230:: 244 (should stand when reconstructed, .the will and examined .it lo.selr.be- jury seemed to grasp and appreciate. view of the testimony and that wasa i get into a pair at once Strictly J Ji
lore It was mat mere I His address was given the verdict of
prouaieu closest not
of ; at
some the principals on which the guilty. :Mr. Blount
Total....................6.491 11.698 of kind tention.
stains it. On
were
I reconstruction should take place, can no any on believed such a verdict would be rendered
Majority against drainage.. :3,007 be particularized. The reconstructed cross examination he was asked to Judge Swayne delivered a charge as such a verdict was the only hand-sewed. Soft
The following is the vote by counties corporation for instance, should have point out any stains that were not that was careful learned and fair to one which would accord with justice)i as a glove. \\
in the so-called drainage district no place in it for those schemes of there when delivered to the counselat both sides and the charge was com and with right.
Counties. : spoilation that within or without his office. and he pointed out the mented on in the highest terms by W. W. Flournoy. : .

Brevard .................. For.1SH Against.no plunder the people whose capital has splotches where blood stains had been many members of the bar who heard Attorney Wi W. Flournoy leading 7. :
J)ade ..................... 360: 4'1 created it, and whose capital must scraped off and he said they were it. While it was being delivered the counsel for defense then addressedthe : ----- 4
IVSoto ................... .
266 447 not on there at the time. He pointedout deepest silence reigned and
: I>H> ..................... 511; 30: support it. In the reconstructed corporation its force jury, beginning by discussing the
-. ) artn ................... 76 254; the securities issued must be:! three places at the bottom of the undoubtedly served to impress the law in the.case.. He had been unableto :
O-Wfola .............*.".. 43; rSXtst. related in some way to the values actually -will where there were three slight jury with the seriousness of the case find a decision holding that the
LlKl ................. .. !;5 l1f!! put in. In the reconstructed:: stains; stated they were not there that had been entrusted to their members of a conspiracy if they were i THE M.

Total ..................7.343 -12.179 corporation not only must the officers when taken from the safe and delivered sense of right and justice.W. not within the jurisdiction of a coon & O. i
7,313 be trustees of the stockholders held to counsel. Asked by state attorney A. Blount, Jr. when the overt act was committed

Majority against jto the' strict accountability to which I if they did not correspond with W. A. Blount Jr., addressed the could be tried by such court. The
drainage. .8j6 the
metal
staples with which the
individual trustees are now held and court Washington has never decided
jury on
behalf of defense
The members of the Internal Improvement document was fastened together and at the CLOTHING
STORE
f r denied the privilege as individual morning session of the court. He a case holding that the parties :
Board are Gov. Bronard where the top was folded over againstthe not in the ,
trustees are-now denied, of making opened his address: by referring to the overt act could be tried
; Comptroller Croom. Atty-Gen. Ellis profit out of their trust; but the ad- bottom of the page admitted they great importance of the both against their" will.A .

.[ State Treasurer Knotf and Commis.: ministration of the trust as' in the did appeared; asked there if it was while not lying probable in they the the defendants and to case the government to : conspiracy, said Mr. Flournoy a'c-. ,.I 321-323 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET PHONE 1155 !
case of individual trustees must be cording to common law was a combination
sioner of Agriculture McLin. The vote constantly kept under the eye of some safe sixteen months under other papers for its Washington legal talent bad New been York ransacked between two or more personsto ... ................... .............................
; had
I in the counties from which they come admitted that might be so. .1 I
tribunal of, the government. And in sent a representative whose presence do an unlawful thing or a lawful J
: shows this: the reconstructed corporation tangible Joe Christmas testified there were had graced the court room' during the thing in an unlawful manner and read .
no stains on the will when taken from
: l.).Counties.u\al .................... For.811 Against.1.152;; inducements ought to be given to s.fe or when delivered to counsel; trial; Alabama was also represented. decisions relative to acts that constituted -
: Oad!Hlen ................. 43 40O the workman. the clerk, the employee I I he had made a close examination of Mr. Blount then /viewed the a conspiracy showing that there
J. Hernando ................ bx 79 of every kind to secure proprietor charge against defendants and said must have been intent before any alleged We are offering dressed I
i, Lake ..................... 157 252 ship. every page. On cross examination that in order to find the defendants crime could be committed.Mr. some damaged
asked if the three stains were at the
Total ....................1.079- -1,881: I shall not attempt to point out in I I bottom of the last page stated they guilty, the jury must believe that they Flournoy said defense would lumber-
0-
detail how ask the court relative to the
1.079 existing corporations shall were not; admitted afterwards they conspired together; it was necessary i jurisdiction a bargain.
be brought into the new regime. Con-i that there must have been of the Federal courts and the
I might have been there and he a meeting
Majority again drainage... 804 I sideling however that might state courts; the right to protect
t existing of the minds of the a
conspirators to
not. have noticed it.
These figures very clearly indicate 'ations depend :largely on the corpor1.': Blood Stained Shirt effect a definite object. In this case i'' person In the enjoyment or his. life We can fill all orders now for new

that whatever may be the real merits from, time to time to take their seI -j,,i Joe Christmas was recalled to the 1 the holding of one Rudolph Laninger.'I'I and liberty was delegated to the state
of the drainage scheme. lie I curities especially their bonded so- Mr Blount then reviewed courts and not to the Federal courts;
people as I j stand. He stated that Jesse Lott, a the testimony stock shipment
they understand it are opposed nearly I curities the probability is that as a brother-in-law of Wm. D. Christmas : at considerable length starting unless the state undertakes to take arriving daily.
matter of self intE.'rest-ln cases of I in with the away life and liberty the Fourteenth
t two to one to toe propositon.Mrs. i (brought a hog to the store on Thursday statement of Laninger as
{life and death-existing corporations to why he left the j I(amendment would not be brought into
before the crime committedon camp.
i Herbert Parsons daughter of I would be compelled to-conform their I Tuesday night; Wm.was Christmas as-11 Mr. Hilton on the day after Lan-I I|,I play. Several decisions were cited in H. G. DeSILVA & COMPANY

f. Henry Clews, the New York banker organization to the reconstructed organization sisted Lott in cutting up the hog; after .j inger l left, returning from a distance' support this of this position. The only
prescribed by government;: Lott had gone Christmas salted" went after two Kentuckians who were thing court has jurisdiction over
f and wife of Congressman Parsons'in!. !I for otherwise would brand is the charge to return to condition
they themselves in hargEd with On a
I it down a room in the back of the stealing. reaching
r- her new book soon to be Issued'! suggests -: as suspects. Then. too. within 1, ; he remarked that ,he had got- 14 14istore ]Laurel[ Hill remembering that be of peonage; in order tu prove that it .- -="
L and argues that all marriagesI {the respective powers of the nation i|ten his shirt soiled and wanted his wanted to communicate viUi his superior must be shown that a condition of

;thouh be on trial; that couples be allowed -and states to prescribe the kind of'suit case. lie got a clean shirt from )II he telegraphed Lamata to peonage existed prior to the time Lan
collateral that banks insurance companies -(,his suit caseleft the soiled shirt in -' meet him at Crest view. Laiaata being; inger was returned. j .
r to live together on probation. and savings institutions shall the back room and returned the suit unable to leave sent Husgias who. Mr. Flournoy argued that the contracts
fIi _s it were for a given time, and if not take for loans the nation and I I case to its usual place. lIe stated upon reaching Crestvipw, found a man that had been introduced were \

.tmtually agreeable the arrangement states could exert, a leverage toward l all the family had slept in one room with Hilton who wanted to return to of no moment and a matter with \ .
}Quid be made permanent; if not they the new order of things that could not in the house of Walter Holland; a sont he camp. Such were the'salient-facts which the court had nothIng to do ;. ... .
'QuId their .not be resisted; for nearly every I'in-law of J. M. Christmas for several i in the case.- i unless it could be shown that the men! 72 ti 31'" "
} sever relations without great corporation a heavy borrower I'nights after the tragedy because all Mr. Blount stated there was absolutely -I were held agsinst their will to the; Stearns'Electric Rat and Roach Paste is sare death "MS tM :-,,;.

ppealirg to the courts. The lejalVaternity. from these financial reservoirs of the!were frightened and wanted to remain 1 no evidence to show taat Lan: performance of such contract, and cited ., for rats mice acd cockroaches and is sold under an abso- V ,

at least will oppo u this people's wealth. together. The room was locked. the i in;;-er had been captured and returned.: a case from the New Mexican I tote guarantee to refund the money noless it does an that It
)lan cutting down a source of their! Lesson of New York Election. ,;;door was fastened by a 'secret lock. The United States supreme court had courts in support of his contention. |I claimed for it. Rats and mice as soon as 1 ,

.venue. I I am not going far into details rt Wm. D. Christmas had slept in .there held that in order to prove that ai After concluding his argument relative Electric Paste rush out of tile hOUSe io die.they eat Stearns' ; \, (I j ,
all. That Is not the lesson of the.Ne-v;(and; did not go out during the night. man was ,returned to a condition of! to the law in the case Mr. Flour- 't ..
A New York telegram reports that York election. The lesson of the Now ,, Jesse Lott testified that he brought peonage. it was necessary to show I nor addressed the jury relative to the Steams' ElecfricI '- ;'f
the Thanksgiving turkey roosts so' York election is that without doubt I the hog to Christmas' store on Thurs-hat a condition of.pfonajrc existed at''evidence- He read a portion of the}I ,
.' high that none but the 1 ich WWI pat- it is the relation of the corporation to'day bpfore events testified' about on he camp previous to his departure,indictment commenting upon! the! Rat and Roach Paste 0
'. but step ladders can reach" them. Why the people that is the question of the:Tuesday; that he had cut the hog up; when as a matter of fact, Laniagert (Continued Seventh 'I|
hour; that that voters that Wm. Christmas had held on Page)
: should the mortal upon question the hog: is sold
poor cry so long as everywhere or sent direct
.: possum an:! potatoes: and the >"rl'owlegged ) by the tens of thousands will leave|that he left it on a box, but did not -- _- i prepaid / '
't the party into which they were born.i knowho had salted it down. P on receipt of price.,
hen roost
country .low? Whatcompanwa .. .. : I Sales
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is to be fount between: the to go to theparty they believe will! At me session mis afternoon :Airs. t tI largely ("
dry meat of a fancy priced turkey: and hereafter best represent them: that Minnie Christmas wife of the man every year showing how .
tile deliciously juicy product of a well- Involving as it does, the deepest instincts -j charged with the horrible murder te t All : : satisfactory it is.
I ; ytuffei form of a hen brought ta the of human nature the question on the stand and is being closely ex'amlned kinds of repairing done on Watches, Clocks, a..a..e1: u...Vx: 'L0.

tabie Steaming hot from the store'If is one that cannot be laid aside-that' : by counsel for defense In re f (juns: Pistols. Highest price paid for old gold. Money I.S'-- ? Steams Electric 4 :
will not die gard to the movements
If Jlohilp Item. a natural death; that the,I and where- I oaned : Paste Co. .
.;;' duty and the tdsk of the hour is to abouts defendant_ on the night of on personal property. We handle all kinds of
Even
; chickens come higlt'in this.section -I Indefinitely turn the thought of our I,the homicide. J JIWON'T [ewelry, both new and second-hand. Don't forget. BUFFALO Y..U.S. A.
of the country but according to a
country In the right direction. settle!i! I. (Fono nj CUeafO.IB.)

". the latent reports 'possum: meat is'still upon the right ajm-confldent} tuat: ENFORCE I E Clement THE WATCHMUEB .
) plentiful. c when the right aim is adopted, means! LAW j. 105 East Wright Stre!f.
,will _be found through the resourcefulness ,

: Some one has been seeing ghosts in of .the. American people to rebuild BY Associated Pr-*v -" --

the Georgia State Capitol. A certain the corporation on lines that Topeka Kans, Nov. ::3.-Additton-
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; kind of will make it &n institution among al ouster suits:,for the non-enforee-'
ghosts familiar to printers,
republican institutions on foundations ment of the state prohibition law
i ;, has been known to walk in the buildIng that are republican. And some day were brought to-day by 'Attorney General -!

I i--- over at Tallahassee, notably durIng -to some man will be given the Coleman against FInley Ross

t :i the discussion: of the insanity di- strength to successfully summon to mayor of Wichita. and Peter Ever-
.; Torce bill and the this undertaking the good sense and I hardt, mayor of Leavenworth. The I
dispensary
i measure the conscience of the American :peo !state supreme ,court is asked to oust -
some rears ago. 1)1 e. i these men from office. 1 Eaual to a.-w si.oo _J_
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The Sj.mwlth{ 0 Reputation' .

I JUDGESAYNE'S' I do I take Card r'? writes Mrs. .4 i i'


PEOPLE AND EVENTS I 'WHY Jelemma I Mullins of Odessa, W. t

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hart, Alabama at or' near the time of complaints. i'
FRANK RENSHAW
EASTER The Journal's Daily Fashion i the alleged formation or this conspir .:
Feature '
CELEBRATES!:: 16TH ANNIVERSARY acy.You Cardul furnishes safe relief for backache, headache,

\u. 'r Frank Renshaw son of Dr. The missing link, which are instructed that these defendants ,;If. .
l*,s. Frank G. Renshaw celebra- are not on trial for the commission periodical ,
pj pains
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evening at the borne of his from the other sorts is misconduct happening at these '
fjBisday! Style, menial flow, and all ailments from which sick women :.' "Y '
parents, and the event was a most Quality and Comfort. If camps in Alabama, but they are upon r 1''
pleasant one and attended by a num- you trial, only upon the specific chargeo 1
W! rf intimate friends and relatives R are thinking of a neat pair conspiracy contained in this in- suffer. A perfect tonic for delicate women. A pure :! I

of{ tie young man. During the course for Thanksgiving, 'twill be dictment. vegetable'medicine for girls and who c tJ !
or ttf evening delicious refreshments The evidence to which I refer is of women are subject : { t

.SY >served and,when the guests departf'd wise to consult ourstyles. conduct of alleged bosses -or superintendents lf' r
for their homes it was with k also of one or more of these to the complaints I peculiar to their sex. Has benefited : f

tie!; wish that they would be fortunes $2.00 Upwards. defendants: in connection with others, {
r ,. -. over a million who used to suffer do. i
erongh to attend many more anniversary r ri PM acting as foremen or superintendentsof as you j -1 :
celebrations of the young --- the business of the Jackson Lumber 1
caa I I Company, tending to show acts of a At every drug store in $1.00 bottles. ii'. <
The guests were Dr. G. O. Brosna- character contemplated to produce a { 1 :

tan Mr G. O. Brosnahatn, Jr., Miss MEYER SHOE CO. condition of peonage in these camps. WRITE US ALETTESdescriMiz 1 i
M i Brosnabam :Mr. J. C. Brosna. This class of evidence has been admired WINE f.H;
ferny! as 1
ton, Mr and Mrs. Joseph Grant Miss for your consideration solelyfor .. yew tjrnptoms
12 FEET FURNISHERS FOR FOLKS and -e IJ1 send you Free Advice CARDUI ;
.B ,,Ue Grant. Miss Edith Grant Miss iI the purpose of enabling you to determine ia plain sealed envtiopc.! Wits l' '1t
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Grant Mrs. G. E. Kirk Miss whether not there existedin Advisory Dept_ The QurtUiooraMedjCine j
f"aHnle: 102 SOUTH PALAFOX. STREET or Co Queuoooxa. Tea.' OF F : ''r>, t ,
Anna Kirk Mr. Day Mrs. A. H. Bros- the camps of the said company at U J i

Eitam.: Mrs. J. A. Brosnaham, Mrs. 1 i ---- or near the time at which it is alleged **;-
Mo!'elj", Miss Sue Mosely and Mr. in tire In ictment these defendants **
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John IL Brosaaham Jr. f conspired, a condition of peonageor j !
lalg F. DAVIS
z i compulsory service whereby indi ]. JEWELER
t'\\ CAFE m viduals or classes of individuals labor- ,
Sensible Ideas for Brides.A ; t
Now In '
'tta ing for the Jackson Lumber Companywere ,- .f .
writer who has given considerable S: held to workout an alleged indebtedness | New Brent Building 23 S. Palafox St. i I
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thought to the above subject offers 1
A to that ft'j .
company. ,
useful hints to those of our HUNP AREIL j
many I
You will not consider r this evidence t t
Honda girls who are planning for this Goods. .r.
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important event. She says in the in any other light and you must al- very large-and well assorted line of Holiday 1 I !
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;"Jladelphia Enquirer: *'1 81.2 S. .Palafox Street upstairs. -I, so be 'satisfied from the evidence that of which the following are so me of the principal lines: ;, ;
tt these
a defendants, or either of them ,
It lf' hard tor anyone to give advice SHAVING SETS. :
PHOTOGRAPH
I .Jt Open 7a.m.to9p.m.tt were cognizant of these conditions so BRUSH AND COMB SETS, s"LBUMS.: :
to such matters unless she knows the !II .; "
3 testified to, to enable you to consider MANICURE SETS, PICTURES. TOYS
amount of money to be spent the so- :'
a OUR SPECIALTIES: I this class of evidence and only as to MILITARY SETS.POST FANCY BOOKS ItIt
that will fall the
cal obligations on
.i W those defendants whom find CARD ALBUMS, GAMES OF. ENDLESS VARIETY.
future bride and her future residence; Of rf Business Men's Dinner, 12 to .i cognizant of the said conditions.you were would pay you to call and Inspect the novel mann.r in which we act .;. 1. i
50 cents.
out we will give as general a letter as 2:30 F displaying our this season
Theatre Parties, regular board- a There is another class of testimonythat !
possible which win yet be of some HoBUdOa7OGood.wK f I
g ers and Meal Tickets. ::1t 23 SOUTH PALAfOX STHfCl:
help to the Judgment of our bride. 9 has been admitUa ror your con- COE'S STORE Breirt S.I4I,., *.&... 235 jt. ; i.:
There ate a few dresses that belong jjj PHONE 1530. 'x sideration., Testimony tending to '
show other unlawful acts of character ; '. ft'"
exclusively: to the wedding outfit andto )tj The neatest cleanest and best like .
which every bride gives much at- ? place In town in which to get your AA to those charged in the indict- : fro; '
tention. meals. It ment committed by one or more of the .
Come once; we will trust you to el defendants at or about the time of the
Perhaps It Is natural that every girl
ftonld wont a real wedding dress not M.II come again. te alleged formation of the conspiracy Fine Feathers Make Fine Birds "lj :
a pretty house dress or extra fine FROCK FOR LITTLE GIRL. -1I!. II q II1sgx.. charged in this indictment; of this !: ,

traveling suit but a real bona fide f The sketch depicts an easily made yoke-being scalloped In Wedge"'ood I class the William Albert C. Rrum and l '.t :

wedding gown which she can put little frock suitable for a small girl blue silk. The yoke and undersleeveswere Joseph Borsoda incidents the tele- When
away as a memento of the romantic the design being appropriate for either made of white tucked lawn and Personal Mention gram of W. S. Harlan to John Atwellof your prescription is delivered to you .l", 1;' .

Joyous day of days. woolen or cotton material. The little fine embroidery and were separate July 21st 1906 and other incidentsare neatly labeled in good, readable writing, wrap- .ti L
For the girl who can afford It thereare dress pictured was,made of fine dark from the dress.. These illustrations. Acts of the defend- ; i i ,
at hand beautiful materials in silk blue serge made with a pointed open also very pretty made of guimpes fine allover are Mrs. Bryan, wife of Lieut J. I. Bryan I ants prior or subsequent to the alleged ped in a secure, tidy way, you at once get the q{ i

and lace which are made specially'for neck to be worn orer'a gulmpe. The embroidery or yoking and several has been quite ill at her home offence which logically tend tot impression from the looks of the outside that JH.f

this *\ _nt Most of the nuptial gownsare sleeves were open caps, the edges of should be supplied so. that the! solid since returning from Washington, but prove the criminal intent or guilty, the inside is all right. .:1i t 1o,1
made in princess style, which with knowledge is admissible and be 't.t
which-as well as the edge about the set can be easily replaced.I her friends will be pleased to learn may
its lOll train may be worn by the considered by you, and likewise where
that she is somewhat better.
rtsoner and stonier woman to whom the crime in question is one of a system You can be pretty sure that when we display "f ..i j:.

the prince' without these accessories ders and at the lower edge and a I The veil may be of'- some rare old :ilr. and ;MrS:'E. S. Roberts and little of criminal acts occurring so near so much care with the outside, that we take extra ; ; r
cf kIlt lines and length would be com- trimming band extending about the lace or of fine chiffon or tulle, and child of Providence, R. I. are in together in point of time and so near- make the inside i
precautions to
pleteir: barred The trains are extremely neck in fancy collar effect and joined be fastened to the hair by means of the city and will locate here permanently ly similar in means as to lead to the all nght.Ve.. f

!long, but an ordinary width under the arm to a pointed back sec- a wreath or coronet of orange blossoms residing at 104 West Jackson logical Inference that they are mu- will send after your prescriptions and send t1:'t f }
end are made to stand out by meansof tion gives a. pleasing finish. The un- or some other preferred flower street. Mr. Roberts will have chargeof tually dependant and committed in them back to
under ruffles of silk or muslin der-sleeves are fastened to' the wrist though most brides like on this day the heat and lighting department. pursuance- of the same deliberate you. : I ; :
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plaWngs! while the puff sleeves are shirred on at least to have a few of the bridal of the Pensacola Electric Co. criminal purpose and by means Let fill
One bridal! dress was of white point I the top under fancy cuffs and again flowers somewhat about_ the costume. planned beforehand, evidence of such us your prescriptions. We have filled t {

lace: the skit had been made in one at the seams. If preferred white The veil may be partly over the face Prof. S. SI. Tucker, of the Florida other' acts is admissible, 'even though over two hundred thousand since we have been r '
piece' and hung in soft folds by m'eans cashmere, pongee, henrietta and drap cover the whole figure or be of the these acts amount to another criminal 1"I.j
Female College, will be one of the in business.
of tiny tucks at the waist. A soft plain I d'ete could be used. kind that fastens to the high coronet representatives this state to the offence. But such evidence is not admissible .f f :.f.f'H ;

lace bodice was gathered in at the A recent bride developed her "go I flowing out behind over the train only. Southern Educational Association for the purpose of proving f'
belt under a deep girdle of white silk ing away" gown from dark blue poplin To the girl who lives in the coun- which meets In Montgomery In De- that defendants committed the crime f j i

and with it was worn a handsome lit- as she was having an eye to falL try and has few social obligations, and cember and Is on the official programfor charged .against them in this indict f ,
tIe bolero of point lace to match the I With this skirt was worn a pretty( who wishes a gown that would be address. ment, but to show their purpose, plan, s!l
an -
skirt II silk blouse and a little coat of the pretty for the reception yet useful for intent or But the price of this In beyond blue trimmed with lace band the acts :charged them W. A D'AIemberte! j
gown poplin many duties afterwards; as a summer Miss Reffie Smith, of Floral, Ala., against were ; i
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the purse of many of our. girls. ing. The back had a seam at the center church dress or for a garden party and Mrs. E. L. Bouldwln of Lakewood not the result- of accident, mistake or ;
A pretty dress could be made of white : and had two plaits at each side etc., a fine printed organdy having a Florida who were the guests inadvertance or to rebut a defence ;
messallne which can be had in various -:forming a broad double. box-plait. A white ground strewn with roses-the I for a week of their aunt Mrs. M. F. which would otherwise be open to the 4 ;

prices, to bo made up over deep backward turning tuck is laid on popular floral design this season- Wood, at 18 East Garden street have accused.,- Druggist and Apothecary <,.f. t
white silk foundation-slip of princess i each side of the front the fullness be- would be suitably developed over a returned home.FIINER4L. Where a conspiracy occurs in a foreign I
shaping, cut by; nine gores following low being pressed into a plait> to the pink lawn underslip. A skirt gath-- jurisdiction and one or more ot "
closely the lines of the figure and fas lower edge and the closing is madeat ered or plaited to joke depth having the conspirators comes in person in- 121 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET PHONE 109 .1

tenpd In the back. The outer skirt the center which could be formed nun's tucks: about the bottom a bod- OF MRS. to this district and within the juns- "j [
which is composed of nine gores extends -I to revers. A stole facing seamed at ice laid in plaits back and forth and diction of this court and here, in pursuance
In corsage etyle above the waist i the center of the back follows the yoke of white Val. lace outlined witha of said conspiracy, does the .
atd may be adjusted to. the figure by I neck and front edges. The full elbow band of pink silk and lace ruffles, ELLA V. COSTONREMAINS overt actcharged in the indictment .d 1

stirrings dressy or fun fine bolero tucks is to added yoke to depth.A the. .I finished sleeves at the were lower of one edge seam with cut ,edged ending also in a with plastron the front lace of would the silk be transaction under which such he is conspiracy being tried is by renew such fore you and It is for you to-dett. ..................... ... F. "
how far it to be-
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model, which is shirred at the shoul- I.pointed bands and frills of lace. i I a dainty design complete with full ed within this district and this court lieved.mine The deep worthy personal interest De i IFIT'S T :
(gathered sleeves drawn OF ESTIMABLE LADY DRUGS .1
in of such
tiny tucks would have cognizance crime they have in the result of this trial :
finished with pink silk bands and lace of conspiracy.The should be considered by the In i-
N/NN"N " " " 't"4..'. ruffles. PLACED AT REST YESTER- defendants at the bar are not jury i i :
weighing their testimony in determining The Crystal Has It. |
DAY AFTERNOON.The charged with a ault and battery, or how far or to what extent if at .
: : with kidnapping, or with any of the all it is to be credited. : '.
I i BIG
FOR BABY SUOESJ i m BOGIA. ill numerous offenses by which the The jury would not be Justified in THE HANDSOME STORE STORE >* .-

remains-of Mrs. Ella V. Coston state of Florida or the state of Alabama creating outside of the evidence A full line of Toilet Article*, f : .
cO : : ::: : : I the estimable lady who died Wednesday might have jurisdiction but are sources or materials of doubt by resorting -i Agents for Whitman's Candles. t
:I : afternoon of apoplexy were here in this court under the federal to trival and fanciful suppositions Woorfworth'i Perfume J \ A
i Special to The Journal. statute, conspiring to arrest and and remote conjectures as to
: rest yesterday afternoon in Manicure Good
at
West Bogia Nov. 23.-Mr. R. J. placed a Specialty.
of designs and the best make 2 Bowman is making syrup now. He .St. John's cemetery, a large concourse carry in back condition, or hold of a certain Individual that is,- the possible status of facts differing i +
: pretty I says he will do well to finish by I of friends and relatives being presentto to a him to work peonage against; his will from that established by the disbelieveas evidence. TlieCrystalPliarfflacyl ;
Xmas. their last sad tribute of re- compel A juror is not at liberty to
pay
(BUDD'S) i for the payment of a certain debt such if from the evidence he believes .
Misses Nora and Cora Brewton, who spect.The cortege moved from the family which he owes to the party demandingthe as a man; in other words his .......................... t
are attending school at
Bluff
Springs,
labor. That is tne and the r
case oath imposes no obligation to doubt
home West street at 2:30::
J -- GO TO i spent last Saturday and Sunday with o'clock on to St.Gregory Katharine's church only 'case that you are to try. That where no doubt would exist If no oath" J
home
folks. conducted the is the .only one the government Las had been taken by him as a Juror. t] j Jj
where Rev. Mr. Sharpe
Miss Florence Hart, of Jacksonville, attempted to make, and is the only the Jackson ; "The
o is visiting her sister Mrs. Abraham services after which the cortege proceeded Did Rudolf Lanninger owe Best Is What We Sell" T
the court submits to and
debt
case
you a
Lumber Company
Enterkin. She expects to remain un- to the cemetery. Many hand you are to say upon the evidence Had he been held by them to work I !

WATSON PARKER & REESE Go I til: January.Mrs.. Maggie. Sparks, of Flomaton, some the grave floral presented tributes were by loving placed friends.upon fendants whether you are'guilty are satisfied as charged that the or not.de- out Did that he,debt run? away secretly to pre- t

and Miss Ola Lambert were the Best in. the cup Jackson Square You are the judges of the weight of vent the payment of that debt. I j 1 ;

| EVERYTHING TO WEAR. I guests of Miss. Julia Bowman Tues- Cot.ee. The only premium given is the evidence, and the credibility of Was he arrested by any of these': '
day afternoon.Mrs. a guarantee of its quality the witnesses and tile court proposesto defendants In consequence of a conteplracy ',
M40NNNN .O"6"""N N,,+,+++,+,+*,,*,,,++,+ON100 Dan Ward has recovered from submit all the vast mass of testi- or agreement among them /j- -

her recent illness enough to enable, mony that has been ouered in this and carried back by force and against !
her to return to her home at Molino, ... case to you'for determination of these and compelled to work out !, r '
.....t NN ONNNNNO.i......................:1 accompanied by her sister. questions.In .- his the will debt? j .

o [ Mr. Marvin Bowman is hauling material weighing the testimony of witnesses -
Bacon ]
Hams and If you find all of these things in jI
i.I the for to build his new home. you should especially look to the affirmative, you will be compelled :
Beautify
Dining Room i ilr. and Mrs. L. C. Brewton of Me- the interest which the respective wit to find the defendants guilty as :Id'
David, were callers in our town have In the result of this case,
nesses two of them who took
t the Thanksgiving Dinner Wednesday.Mr. of Superior Quality when the witness has a direct personal charged part in or this any conspiracy If yon find .:

ili R. J. Bowman is visiting his, Interest' in the result of the trial one to have been formed between t

.1 brother, Mr. Wm. Bowman,,of Auturn the temptation Is'strong to color pervert them or any of them. B e. (-Nut

i Of course, you want the dining room to .look as who is very sick. Mor cell's Iowa's Pride or ,withhold the facts. The law On the other hand, if he was mere- ;.1 IJ
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handsome as possible for the Thanksgiving dinner- New Orleans is celebrated for its Hams and Bacon are well permits to the testify defendant in his own at his behalf.own The request -ly assaulted. Sliced Beef ;

t and then it's not long till Christmas. Now is the time coffee.from New Jackson Orleans.Square Try is it.the If coffee not and favorably known to defendants have availed themselves of If he Company did not a owe debt.If the. Jackson Lumber -

this privilege.? Their testimony Is beCOffEE Is made from the very choicest s t
i to satisfied, your grocer will refund its the best tradethey'refresh he was not compelled to go back cut ef meat, cured to a mild tfefl- i
cost. tender and compelled to W01'k'lt out or If I cat. flavor by On "See .-Nyt" .. Iprocess.
1 1 crisp, Harlan, Huggins and Hilton did not It come to your table I
FINE
SIDEBOARD
A
BUY In vacuum glass Jars fret from
FISHERMEN MAKE BIG And cool weather .
juicy. conspire to have him do so, then you any kind of preservative, ready for :

: It requires a little and it would add CATCH OF'SHEEPHEAD will find you hankering AILS are to acquit the defendants.And Instant use i .
: only money so rafter if in the consideration of all Include a jar In your dally' order i' 1
': much pleasure to the home. Fine ones $15, $18, $25 Fred. Schad. Allie Riera'and threeor a little of this sort the. testimony bearing upon' this case One Pound 4ars..,.........30 casts -
sup four friends made the 1
largest catchof GONE have a reasonable about One-half Pored Jars .....15 cents
you doubt
to $65. j sheephead yesterday afternoon yet for breakfast. Phone us .
their guilt or that,of aay one oX them,! -.
landed this season The party visited order. When you use they are entitled to the benefit of that

BUY NOW PAY LATER. the navy yard where within a few your doubt and that one or all that you i)
i Lours they landed
i ninety-eight fine Rosenau&GereldsTHE
may find are entitled to be acquitted.\

._ fish.When Sol CahnCO. POSTUM"THERE'S The defendant Jeb' S. Howell who I
--. : they returned to the city-late has been on trial is entitled and i
: In the afternoon they had a magnifi- Food Store.. should be acquitted br you. You will i FANCY GROCERS !
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iVsARSTON A; QUINA cent string, .of fish and distributed The Pure A REASON"Get therefore return a verdict of not i '
i i them aid IntsatfencU rt t
among their friends. Southwest Corner Pslafex guilty against Jeb S. Howell. 116 SOUTH PAUFOX ST.

the little book, "The Road taWeUviOe 'Other but they I "', .
: 108410 S. Palafox St Phone 149.; Pensacola, Fla. : The climax of a good meal-a cupo Phones 1480 ,-" .In.pkg were practically charges were' duplicates given of the Phone 391 'rt : -
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Coffee.., Askyour above.
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? MORNING NOVEMBER 24, 1906-
THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL SATURDAY .
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1 LASSirIEDADVERTISEMENTS THAT PAY\




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i Legal Advertisements:

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S n (6OOOO(j) ( HOW T FOR] SALE NOTICE OF SALE OF ITALIAN

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IBARUAINS< ] INII BARK "OLIYARI."


I Buys a 5 Room The "OUvarl, .- ,
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IRENT Lots masts and nJ.k5 anchors ; '*
Vacant (s .
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= of chains. spars 25 sails 5 boo- :- -. i
I i IHIOMES I Cottage cronometer. S compasses 5 bc'i: i-, '*
linen canvas, new and old r-- *
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MONEY i will be sold at auction In difft: -
: : ; at 10o'clock a. m. Saturday: \ ,_ .

tract ...............................$135 24th. on board said vessel, on -" *
East Wright street : 118 East King side of Muscogee f. *
modern dwelling on Lots 7 and 8, block wharf Pen
: A two-story near Palafox, eight-room..................... ... .... .'-". ... .....";. ........$S8000.ro i 9 an1i 10. block 118, East KIng tract ...............................$1SO G.B.CAFI u *
ON EAST JACKSON GIROWS Lots New City tract, each ....................$125 Consular Agent of ,
North Hill, with 'largo 18 block 270 .
and _
slx-roOm cottage on reception Lots 16, 17, -'
A splendid new. 17nov7t" _
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and folding doors opening Into dining New City tract ...." ......... $735
with fire 132
f hall place block
pantry, china closet made : 11TH AND Lots 11, 12 13 and 14. 1 ...
room closet In every room butler's BETWEEN and west 30 feet of 13, block 112 New City tract :.. $760 NOTICE. ---

Into wall home and all a bath In first-class room elegantly condition furnished.... ..,.house........screeneda.........._$4900.00 .. If you pay $15 a month rent, suppose Lots Lots 19 14 and and 20.15 block 129. New City tract ...............................$500 There win be special meettes ,
: lovely : 2TH, AVENUES. BET. moment and figure West King tract ........................................$500 stockholders of the Pensac a Vth:*.
excellent neighborhood East Hill with a lot you stop a All of block 140 dido railroad 'i
Seven-room dwelling company on Jlcr-1., ;?.
<* 110 by 150 feet, stone walk around same stables, otc ..........4500.00 TER HAVE A LOOK AT out the exact amount you would : 17. 1906, at o'clock a. m.. at 1

i ': t A seven-room dwelling. modern conveniences on a corner lot 80 : spend in ten )"ears..lith Interestat DWELLINGS. !of the company in Pensa.a.. f w. "*
new. street a comfortable and desirable consider and vote on the pan: .!
East Gadsden OTC
feet on : 6 ?
home by 1S7.4!could not be duplicated for the money .....................$4000.00 : IT per cent.$2,3T2.52 by the Board of Directors f r ,- '-
c. in good .repair, overlooks the bay lot 45x110 funds to purchase additional "7- :*

; 2.J Six-room of land dwelling........at...Goulding.........:.fronting..........the.....railroad.......;..with.....20....acres.....$2500.00 : 9-room.No. 701 2-story West house Main street .... ......................................$2500 stock damage and done material by the required tampan( u. i"1 5"*

four.room and hall dwelling on East Strong street, lot 60 by : tember 27, 1906, and for the tra.-5t.?*"

I %; A new 131'/z feet .........................................................$1500.00 J LESLIE E BROOKSReal Surprised? The amount Is large 5.room cdttage and three acres of land at Town Point; has frontageof of fore such the other meeting.business as m_> ";TT1>**-

enough to buy a handsome and out to deep water.$1800 By order of the President.
Barcelona
0 A comfortable five.room cottage on North street near car I 300 feet on the bay. The deeds cover
l.re ...............................................................$1500.00 *. comfortable home. Tbu know you ELWOOD McLAfr;',}*rnov7oaw4w '
Estate Have to Pay Rent so why not ?
"'. JI home We Alcanlz and DeSoto streets; lot 45x125 .........$1203 rlta.rJ.
6 begin to apply It on a 5.room cottage corner INCORPORATION-NOTICE--

and Insurance. can show you bow.McDAVIDHYER. Notice is hereby. given ,.
Car -,
I HOOTON & 'WATSON | I -room cottage on Stoddart street- all modern conveniences; gas, city 15th day of December A. )0 "-'& ,Ce.
I ......$2750
Phone 462. 112 S. Palafox. water, bath and toilet, lot 120x132 feet an elegant little home undersigned will apply to tt> overt

: THE RENTAL AGENTS $ of the state of Florida for i, l.C:11.1.: ):< ,.
ent the .
CO. Have vacant lots, houses or. business property for.sale?. We can upon following propcs ...;)
I you any ter: Wm. B. Rnnyan W. F

: \ Real Estate Insurance and Loans, : sell them for you. C. R. Burgoyne C.V. Lamar oraici' .I i, ,.

.: ]For Scffille Agents New York McCaskill D. W. Burke.
Llf Insurance Company.
No- 37 S. Palafox Street. Phone No. 54. Charter of Runyan Lumber
: ST. Co.
100 EAST GOVERNMENT .

!. ...................................... ...... .... Ph 700. Pensacola, Fla. Lo S0 BROWN & COo shall 1. The be Runyan name of Lumber the corcoraf-s Con"w.


:i i and its principal place of busing

: HELP WANTED. WANTED. $3000 1 "WE SELL LOTS" Pensacola Florida.

2. The general nature of the

TV VNTED-A man to collect and solicit AlIo"TED-Girls under 12 years of age for 212 8-room West Wright and ball street residence, a very with desirable FOR SALENICE Theisen Building Phone No. 918 ness to be transacted by the said 63.c-.

n'"Ur&DCe. Route established. Goodor.r.ins to chew CHICLETS. large lot. poration is the manufacture, buvn,

for right man. Apply to Lewis selling shipping exjorung; and o.
Supt., 104% South Palafox WANTED AT ONCE-Second-hand bicy
YoVInkIe. ,4nortt' cle., Must be in good condition and specting of timber lusbpr and other
ar t. cheap. Address L. )1.. Care JournaL $1875For wood products and nav.u stores ai.4:

W.\NTED Men to learn barber trade.. 23novlw general merchandise bon r:1f the said

s- Tne wen known 22 Moler leading system cities of, offer colle NURSE WANTS POSITION with a doc 60 feet on the North Side of Gov- COTTAGE ON FOR SALE.FOR corporation and upon cor SOD :y

: fctraidy<>s. located practice In careful instructions. tor. Call or address 302 North Spring ernment street by 125 feet on the eastside For Sale.$1500Buys others; receiving all of ea.a! an.r.n
ft of Maxent street, has 2.
a large
to"1,;. diplomas and positions. Few weeks street. 23marlw story store and dwelling house on same. EASY TERMS. SALE-Small Iron safe. Price $20. on consignment for storage -aie! i"
-wi.plete Money earned from start. Fisher Furniture House 138-HO East shipment; issuing receipts
catalogue, Moler Barber Col.lege WANTED-Position at once as woods street. 3nov ert'r
T Write for Intendencia
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New Orleans La. 24nov6tWANTED man by a thorough, competent turpen. for hypothecation; chartering. ioal-

tine woodsman. Can manage any size Money to loan at lowest market rate 5-room cottage and three FOR SALE CHEAP-Second-hand buggies ing and disbursing ships; building, *:.
; ,At man or boy cook in place, and can bring with me some hands. If want a bar- six-room house on two corner -
once you
ff interes and wagons. quiring and
boarding bouse for 12 to 14 boarders. Address Woodsman, Care The JournaL large lots on the corner of"F" In second-hand wheel of any description lots. one block from car line, operating lighters an: *
Apply at one* to Mrs. H. L. Byrd. Pax- ZOnovWANTED Mortgages on real estate In this city gain a call or write W. E. Taylor Chip- on East HIlL This is your opportunity tug boats; buying and selling unb l'f
24novlm bought and sold. to get a nice home at a lands and other real
Lou Fla. ____ and Intendencia streetsin Icy Fla 23novlm estate: bu-'ihg! !
All of the Maxent tract of 'C" bargain.
west
-Heirs and proof of heirship acquiring and operating mills and
{ AXTED-Automobtle" riders to try of Phillip Townley, and heirs of James street now for sale. ( the Maxent tract). The FOR SALE OR TRADE-Seven VL P. vate railroads pn*
$2100-For a new. modern six-room not as common ran-':,
CHICLETS.. Weeks and heirs of the estate of MartinGrant. wood mill; complete order. Will cut
i Apply 359 Brent Building. 18novtf is rich and twenty cords of wood per day; terms to home near car line, on East Cer- and doing all things incident to *--1
WANTED-A competent nurse. Apply at I ground you can L right party. or will trade for stock or vantes. business or businesses.
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once at No. 412 :North Palafox street.t" 22nov WANTED-Some one of means who will raise enough vegetables in I other property. Address J. A. Donalson. $ 850-Gets a bargain In 10 lots one-half 3. The amount of the capital stor

care for and educate bright boy. 11 Fisher Real Estate Agency DeFunlak Springs Fla. 23no\2w block New City. An excellent investment of the said corporation shall be ih.-: ',
old. Pearl Home
Apply Eagan or
WANTED Good bouse girt Apply J29 Mrs.years Wm. Fisher. President. 18nov the garden on the place to .1.. FOR SALE-Three-year-old Jersey cow as other lots in same thousand 30000.00 dollars dm' i
22nov vicinity art selling at $100 to $HI
North Spring street. better calf. Can be seen at 1118
and .
COLLECTION OF RENTS A each. into three hundred ((300)) shares ,'
most for it Plenty of: E. Strong street. 20novlw
WANTED AT ONCE-A good cook at WANTED-Position as stenographer or pay the par value of one hundred ($hi" 'I.

IS East Wright street MnoiWANTED work assistant by young bookkeeper lady of and experience.generrl:. office Address SPECIALTY. room to raise chickens also. FOR SALE-One fine wan Cue 25 feet dollars each, to be paid for in law

I- cook. Apply at once B. C-, Care JournaL novlSlt Phone 87. 206 S. Palafox St. long 8 feet high, with ribbon case 10 money of the United States. .'ft\ >
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A good Will fine
t feet long. separate. make display -
r to-Mrs. Carter :Navy Yard. 20novlw Will .sell on easy terms. case for any kind of merchandise. Co 11OYAEUIB11 cent of the par value of said tars
:' A..TED-Fhre hundred couples to at- Apply to E. L Reese 17 North: Palafox. shall be paid as they are issuif! v\
WANTED white party or parties to tend the grand Thanksgiving ball on
20n rvlra
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$1200. the balance the call of th' flr<'
run a boarding house for.ten or twelve Thursday. November 29. at C. K. of A. MISCELLANEOUS.MATTRESS upon <
; saw mill laborers near Century. House hall Barros' orchestra. ISnov FOR SALE LTgbt, fine healthyountry 200 Thiesen Building. tors.
: free and goods at wholesale. Address J.B 'I List with raIsed turkeys" worth $%.60. but let go 4. The said corporation shall! et
.. Century Fla. 16nov2w I YOUNG LADY stenographer wishes position AND FURNITURE-Mat-: your property; 1.at $1.85 each. Apply to Nettle Oliver. Phone 686. for the term of ninety-nine tresses made to order and also
renovated -
In Pensacola or anywhere inVest I sell it. Mollno Fla. 17nov2w
I Florida or South Alabama. References. ; new ticks furnished. New and me. can 5. The- business of the \\tmja.:.:

BOARD AND ROOMS. Address M. E. C.. .Care JournaL 17novCONKErS second-hand furniture modern or an- FOR SALE-8 room house, good location, shall be conducted by presicett! a
tique. bought and sold. Davis Manufacturing best water In the city. A bargain. Apply -
vice-president, a secretary and treasurer -
Co., 114 East Belmont street. HOTELS.BROWN .
celebrated Roup Cure, Chol. 9th avenue and 16th street. ISnovlm
FOR RENT-Nicely furnished room in era cure. lice and mite killer as well Phone 771. 24nov and a board of six directors vim
good location. Young couple preferred. as an unexcelled Egg Producer. AU FOR SALE-111 acres excellent pineapple shall be elected annually on f v-'
Apply 815 East Gadsden. 28novlw guaranteed. and a splendid grade of PHOTOGRAPHS-Norman Gloss and Bullock Jr.Real and orange land on Jupiter river; excellent HOUSE DeFuttak Springs. second Tuesday in February of '!J:*
wheat that will make your fowls lay. F. Satin postcards. Factory to photographers J. W. market; close to railroad; three Good beds. airy rooms, elegant meals; Until the officers elected rj
:FOR RENT-Two connecting rooms, suit. S. Mellen & Co., Pensacola Fla. Phone33f. $8 thousand, $LO gross prepaid. miles from ocean; some Improvements; free bath and sample rooms. Special year. ai
able for light housekeeping. Apply 7nov Two dozen with developer %5c. Norman I healthy locality. Address J. E. Benefield attention to traveling men. Rates $2.00 first election shall be quaHfied.
phone 1225. OnoV Photo Paper Co., Rochester N. Y.30nov7t Estate and Mortgage Loans Aycock. Fla. gnov per day. "R. Brewn. Prop. business of the company shall be M=-

WANTED-Position as saw filer or su ducted W. B. Runyan :: ,
by as preside
: FOR RENT-One room with privilege of perintendent or mill foreman. by a FOR SALE-At a bargain, paying Furniture -! HOTEL SOUTHER.opeR an the
Hill line. Gentleman C. M. Wilson Corner Gregory and Barcelona Room 302 Brent Building. W. F. Graves as vice-president (r R.
bath; on North car competent man. References furnished. business at 13S East Intendencia year. American and European plan. ,
preferred. Address K. Care JournaL Address J. W. Lasseter Andalusia. Ala. street has opened a meat marketIn street. Address Box 325 City. 8nov 'I Special summer rates. First-class In Burgoyne as secretary and treasure,

20novlw 6novlm connection with his grocery. Every Phone 637 every respect. Pleasant and convenient. and W. B. Runyan C. R. Burgoyne. W.
thing first-class. ISnovlw FOR SALE-Six-ton schooner. S5 feet
I L.
Mrs. T. Bowen Prop., Pensa-
A NICE furnished room to rent for gen Al'Ii"'TED-To rent, a house on North i over all. 11 feet beam, round bottom, cola. Fla. ICapr F. Graves C. W. Lamar. J. J. JlrCaskill -
tlemen only. Apply to 2J6 :North Spring Hill with 6 or 7 rooms; will lease for MISS LEILA REESE has fresh cut flowers -1 copper fastened tight and in good condition and D. W. Burke as directors
treet. 18novl one year from date of December 1. Address I on hand. Orders taken for special with good sail end gear. A bargain. and 6. The highest amount of Indebted
BAY
Pensacola Investment Co. 3novt occasions. Phone %8Z. ISnovlm King & Runyan. 4nov HOTEL-Open night day. European
,* for rent.Apply FOR SALE. I I plan. Rooms light and clean. ness or liability to which the corpora..
UNFfRNISHED rooms
TWO Transient trade solicited. 575-579 South
f* 13 West Belmont street. 16novFURNISHED WANTEI: >-AD kinds beer bottles. I pay I WAGON AND CARRIAGE SHOPWeare -- I FOR SALE OR LEASE-6-room and ban Palafox. Jos. S. :Nlcolau Prop. tion tan at any time subject itself
lIe dozen. I h&nait. all trading brand now in our new quarters, 214 E. with .
cottage outbuildings
attached hundred thousand (J100
shall be
of wines. beers I Intendencia. entrance also at 315 Romana, FOR SALE A fine tract of land near one
ana whisicies- and still Corner 14th avenue and 15th street. Write
ROOMS for rent at 212
and to do In city. Part heavily timbered; part 000.00)) dollars.
prepared everything
: manufacture that well-establlshpd wagon
Journal
corgi Care
} J. M. S., or apply 313 East
.:: West Gregory street. 16novlm medicine. Joe Roth, corner Tarragto I and carriage building and repairing. K.L. cleared. Call phone 2SS; or address 1102 Romana street 4nov 7. The names and residences ft

'I:, -TOR RENT-Two furnished front rooms and Government Sts. lloct i ii i Herring. Phone 923; City. 14oct. East Gadsdaa. ISnovlm Legal Advertisements.In the subscribers. to shares are as follows -
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FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN
suitable for light housekeep FOR SALE-Fine setter dog. fairly well -23,000
for MATTRESSES RENOVATED-New
f r. rent WANTED-At once a four or ave.room tick brick, 35-horse :
,J ing. Use of phone and bath. Phone cottage. Must be close in and in good : furnished if desired. Guaranteed. Carpet trained. Price reasonable. Address R. feet 1-inch one pipe. This power engine engine Jus. the 100 Escambla County Circuit Court W. B. Runyan of Pensacola, Flo
; .&:! ., naL 25sep orders at Watson Parker Reese Co.'s. ISnovlw 103 Pensacola, Fla. Sloctlm Harvey vs. Lizzie Harvey-Divr ne. On ida .
f FOR RENT-Pleasant furnished room, Wesley Duncan. 7sept Monday, the seventh day of Ja.:u..ry, A. shares.
TAILORING: 1 FOR SALE-Several new and second- D. 1907 the defendant Lizzie Harvey Is I
:: southern exposure second floor. Corner Diamond. Tailor' W. F. Graves of DeFuniak Sprinp,
It; 10th avenue and 12th street, near East Gent's clothing cleaned, pressed and repaired J. H. PORTER sailmaker 716 South hand gasoline engines. Cheap. Applyto FOR SALE-Thoroughbred pedigreed required to appear to the bill filed against ;.: Hill -ar line. llnov on short notice. No. 11% West Palafox street. Orders taken for tents, Ed. B. Banks phone 1I:;;.. ISnovlw Pointer Puppies $10 and $15. Signed. her herein. This order to be published Florida who subscribes lor fifty
Government St, Pensacola. Fla. awnings. camp stools and house cots Bagdad Kennels. Bagdad Fla. llnovlm once each week for four consecutive I shares.C. .
i r.ooMS FOR RENT Nively furnish etc. Prices reasonable. Sljan I TREES-Shade, ornamental or fruit treesof weeks in The Pensacola Journal, a newspaper R. Burgoyne of Pensacola, Florida -
all kinds also hedge plants furnished FOR SALE and Immediate delivery
WANTED R. Blngham wants : one published in said Escambia County.A. '
your ,11
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front East room Ciiurcn in quiet street.neighborhood.hlnovhw'FOR AP- moving and hauling. He guaranteesall SHIP CHANDLERS-McKlnzIe Oerting and planted by S. D. Jackson on automatic tandem compound center M. McMillan. Clerk Circuit Court. By who subscribes for fifty
I 15y! 202 breakage. Phone 630.Merchants. &. Co.. wholesale and retail ship chandlers I terms to suit customers. Best references. crank steam engine of about 150 horse. C. G. Hartsfield D. C. Pensacola, Fla, shares.C. .
and grocers. Only first-class houseof Address S. D. Jackson. City. ISnovlw power. and two return tubular boilers 71 Nov. 23. 1906. nov24oaw4w W. Lamar of Pensacola. For43.! '
r.'E."fTo-One newly furnished room. W "TED-The Transferto. kind in city. Fair prices to alL inches diameter by 16 feet long. For full ,
r Bath and gas 29 South Spring street wants your moving and hauling. AU PANAMA CANAL EDITION of The particulars apply Stone & Webster Enlt. who subscribes for fifty (50) !'harJ. *-
r llnov breakage guaranteed. T. B. Thors"n. I MILTON UPHOLSTEiUNG SHOP-Willie Journal-a munificently illustrated Corporation Box 830, Pensacola. 14nov PROPOSALS be received at the J. }McCaskill of D<>iJna"!
Proprietor. Phono 978. Mims Propri tor. Furniture repairing magazine, containing scores of views of Bureau of Supplies and Accounts Navy Springs Florida who subscribe, "
Ief. 1 OK IRooms with or without of aU kinds. carpets laid furniture the city and harbor. For Fate -.t sll FOR SALE-Forty acres lana, well timbered Department, Washington D. C. until 10
boar: Men only. Apply 17 West La- WANTED! kinds of electrical work.I packed for shipping. Phone i3- book stores or at The Journal olSce. By good house. 1% miles east of o'clock a. m.. December 18, 1906 and fifty (50)) shares and
Run $'. 7novlm sell all kinds of electrical batteries :Next to Tampa landing. 22aprllH. mall, 20 cents. h.n t Olive, Fla. Address Jas. T. Gerelds. P. O. publicly opened immediately thereafter, D. W. Burke, of DeFuniak Spiv
t-.. : and other electrical l supplies. When you Box 164, City. Snovlm to furnish one planer at the navy yard Florida who subscribes for fifty :.'J j
NICELY furnished need me ring U5 cr 955. E. W. Peake ALFMAN-Tin. Copper and Sheet FOR SALE-10,000 acres round timber Pensacola. Fla. Applications for pro- .
TWO with t>: without board: : TgOt rent bath New Star Laundry Bldg. E. Garden. Iron Worker: cornice work and sky mt.nd3: 12,600 saw mill timber ai'.ndsS: :: FOR SALE-On* well-trained thoroughbred posals should refer to Schedule 26S. Blank shares.
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convenient to line. lights a specialty; roofing guttering and :!-room hotel at a ,'! proposals will be furnished upo- application Wm. B. RUNYAN,
car Ad- English Pointer. Good
pod flre.ss phone iao: East: Gadsden street. ZToctlmo* WANTED-Second-hand sacks of an descriptions repairing. 109 East Government opera eral good farms and town properties i 1 Apply N. B. !or.. Century. Fla. 21novlw pedigree. to the nary pay office, Pensacola, W. F. GRAVES,
wanted. If out of town. & Setterlind Fla.23sept.
0. i ship house building. Phone 560. Residence Write Gentry Chipley, Fla., or to the Bureau. E. B. Rogers
f. them to us: if in town, ring us up at No. phone 1316. Paymaster-General, U. S. N. 111306. C. R BURGOYNE.C. .
HRJE: UNFURNISHED ROOMS suit. 334, or bring them to us at corner of FOR, SALE-Half-interest In one of the W. LAMAR,
aMe for light housekeeping with priv- Chase and Alcami Sts. F. S. Mellen & FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE-Half blockin best furniture houses in South Alabama.
liege of bath. Apply 222 West Belmont. Co. 2sjui New City. near Bay View park; will Reason for selling to devote more timeto PROPOSALS will be received at the Bureau j. j. MCCASKILL,
i 2SoctOR I COLORED LODGE. exchange for cottage or sell cheap if ether interests. Call on or address W of Supplies and Accounts. Navy D. W. BURKE.
I taken at once. Mrs. R. Owsley. 1308 E. S. Sheppard. Florala Ala. llnovlm Department. Washington. D. C. until State of Florida; EscainWa ofT:
> RENT. Sfewly furnished front room Strong. 21novlm 10 o'clock a. m.. December 11, 190, and T.>
f' in private family southern exposure.. I MONEY TO LOAN. I. O. S & D. of St. L. FOR SALE-Large furniture wagon and publicly opened immediately thereafter Personally appeared before me '.
I : fesirable neighborhood and near business Howard Council No. 1 and Bethlehem FOR SALE::J25.00: cash for KemmRtun harness In good condition. Fisher, Fur to furnish at the navy yard Pensacola, W. Andrews notary public in an i r
f rrnter. Use of bath. ga anl phone. Council No. 2, Independent Orderof Typewriter in first-class writing order: niture house. 13S and 140 East Intf'n i Apply to 422 West Gregory or phone 1358.2Soctlm. I UNLIMITED amount money to loan on for eta street. 9nov : Hydraulic: jacks. galvanized ehin- '
for selling have no use same
v all kinds personal property, on short Sons and Daughters of St. Luke, here.reason Address "B. Care Journal gles, rivet forges, creosoted piles, sheet W Lamar and C. R. Burgoo.1 v-rloe4 n-j
notice. Terms easy. Get my rates before meets 2nd! and 4th Wednesday nights 21novlm FOR SALE CHEAP-Almost new Mahlen tin. Applications for proposals: should to me to be the individual < '' !
!;t FURNISHED;: ROOM for rent. Appfer 301 going elsewhere. Star Loan Co., 1164 of each month at their hall on Tarra. & Sons' piano in handsome rosewoocase. refer to Schedule 270. Blair\ proposalswill and acknowledged to me e n for himself '
W. Chase street. 210ctKt South: Palafox. 4novlm I FOR SALE-A pottery works with steam A bargain. Piano ::an be seen be furnished upon application to the that he signed the f"5' in'
gona between Intendencia and Ro engine steam drying room. moulds. by calling at the Kandy Kitchen. 3ocC navy pay offi<-4>.. Pensacola, FUu. or to
- 5000.00 to loan on good security. Pensa mana streets. D. Howard F. C. H. and everything complete for ('carrying on the Bureau. E B. Rogers Paymaster- strument.
LOST. cola Investment Company. S0oc Rev. C. H. Jones Secy., No. 1 Frank business, together with the finest bed of FOR .SALE-Driving mare 4 years old. General U.. S. N. 11-14-06. : Witness my hand and spal "f off

F. C. H. Stella Dawson Secy. I pottery clay in Escambia county. La- gentle good traveler. Any lady can I this 12 day of November A. L>.. l t4 m-
MONEY LOANED on real estate and Scott, .
rated right in the city. Apply to or address drive her. C. R- Yaeger. 200 Thlesen
'I Notice is hereby given that the ANDREWSNotary .
on
personal property on short nolle (Signed) J. W
. Kt i. LOST-:; -Lock from watch fob. engraved Terms easy. J. W. Bullard. 28ft South N'0..2 novlO-lmpd R. P. Reese. 16septf building. 6Nov. eleventh day of December. A. D. 1J06, at Public state of Florida My
A*. C. M. Reward for return to 29 B. Palafox St. Phone 1144. 12 o'clock noon at the office of the
Garden street or 12 East Gadsden Gulf Machine Works in Pensacola, Flor commission expires Feb. :24. 1909.

strr -t. ZOnov CAN LEND TOUR MONEY at eight ida a meeting of the stock holders of the
I 11 per cent. If you have any that you said Gulf Machine Works a corporation State of Florida; Walton county:
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141sionp;: : green parrot, talks Spanish want Interest on. eee me about It. It WRITE YOUR WANT AD HERE. organized under the laws of the state of appeared before n "
I. and English. J10.00 reward for return tort will be absolutely safe on real estate Florida, will be held for the purpose of Personally put/i'! )
I Vasso corner Gregory and Palafox. security. Leslie E. Brooks. Phone 462. voting upon the proposed increase of the Howard L. Cawthon, a notary ','.
I WL 18novlw. capital stock of said corporation to fifty In and for said state at large, >
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I l I I MONET TO LOAN Everybody borrowmoney Send it to The Journal office day or night. When you need help, have anythingto thousand dollars $50.00000). and upon F. Graves and D. W. Burke kno ito
L I" LOST strayed or stolen-female setter I from Jno. A. Hall & Co.. 14V proposed amendments of the 2nd, 3rd and descn1-! i
LI t; uppv. about eight months' old white E. Government St. When in need call sell, rent, exchange, or wish to purchase anything, try a want ad. They do the 6th paragraphs of the charter of said cor. me to be the individuals each for hr'.
I .....h MUM ticks. Suitable reward for re- i I on us.MONET. poration. W. F. CREARY. and acknowledged to me
tui\n to W. A. Blount, Jr. 17nov work. E. E. REESE. President. self that he signed the foregoing instrument.
l LOANED on all kinds of per. Secretary and Treasurer. nov0oaw4w
sonal property. on short notice. Terma .
I easy. 3. B. Gray & Co., 2 W. Roman witness my hand and seal of off..1t
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:: FOUND. I II Ii. Phone 1165. Ife SIX t ORDINARY WORDS MAKE ONE LINE. There win be NOTICE.a special meeting of the this 12 day of November. A. D, l.".

i. I UNLIMITED amount of money to loanon stockholders: of the Pensacola, Alabama HOWARD L. CAWTHON
'of all kinds of personal property. Special and Tennessee Railroad company on Public. My commission expires
: FOUND-Victory In a game tennis by Notary
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t man who chew CHICLETS.: rates to business men on Ianloans. I Monday December 17, 1$06. at the office
a youog 6,1010.
The New ,York Loan Co., :on, of the company In Pensacola. Fla, at 11 April
f STRAY Cow and Calf brindl with whiteface South Palafox. clock a. m., to vote on the propositionto
I l and U I. authorize the issue of additional capital -
marks. crop split right earl ,
r owner may have same by paying for this stock. and provide funds to aid in State of Florida; Walton countrPersonally :
t. ad. 62ft East Gregory streak C. R- Olsen. : the construction of the branch line of appeared before mt
1 Snovlm PERSONAL. railroad from a.point on the P. A. & T. p"1? ;3
f line to Mobile, Ala.., and to transact such Howard L. Cawthon, a notary

MEET the druggist at his counter and< I other business as may properly come before and for said state at large. J J. :'Ifc-...

buy CHICLETS.. the meeting.By CaskilI, known to me to be tbeiY.j.

{ FOR RENT I I .. order of, the J.president.H. SHERRILL. vidual described and acknowle'i

J'\ tbwrL nov7oaw4w Secretary. for himself that he signed the f.

I [ FOR RE."T-Two nice double stores on I FOR ADOPTION. I going Instrument.
'J" East Intendencia street between Pala 1 : .iL- Obelisk Flour makes Witness my hand and seal of "p:''*
fox and Tarragona. the Fisher a
i- Inquire at A. D., I i''''u
this 12 day of November
.Real Estate Agency. 22nov: FOR ADOPTION-One orphan boy. T
r- I years old, and one orphan baby boy !15 happy home. It pleases every HOWARD L. CA\VTHON
-. FOR RENT-A. R. Bingham has storage months old. Will be given for adoption to Rates-The rate'on a want ad filling the above space is 25 cents first insertionand member the Notary Public. My comission expir'3
t; room for rent suitable for furniture rf' lUlblerartle... For particulars apply of family. Look .

ft- 'I I\ or rafona other street.goods. PJuwa 104 and(39.106 South Tar. I' Fisher.Pearl President Eagan Home, or Mrs. I8no Wm. 5 cents a day for each additional consecutive insertion. Send. cash with'the ad. for pink tickets in packa,: April 6, ItlO.l uov17caW' "



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THE JURY FIND! Save Money !; 'M RKET REPORT Av\\ m 'DIRECTOR..( L< -! :!(



I <%# ...--S., PROFESSIONAL._ .' ;:! U ::1

isn't the only advan- NAVAL STORES. xC .* : :-

DEFENDANTS i Savannah GaNov.. 23.-Th naval W. B. BARTON, 1.J : t
tage-you save hard !stores market closed tc-dsy as follows: RDTOP :'If

WW ......_..'_.........i__...........7 25 ) Attorney At Law. ,,.: .:
work, valuable time WG ............................... C 75 Offices-Fisher Banding. Falalax rtree '
:N ...................................C 25 Win practice in all the stata and Vr.It.L
and wear on your i M ..................................5 50 States Courts. Ttrenty7ean( exper1enee. ; S
GUILTY FK........ ................,...........5 H RYE7S S :
clothes by sending I ...........__...:..-.....-....h.4 49 -S : 'I
I H .?..............i,...<....<4 10 to <4 S3
......................'.....4 OOto4 OS T. G. YATES M.: D. : ( ':
them to IG ......_..................395to400 I .
(Continued from Fourth Page.) i E ......__....................S 95 to 4 00 : t
Knocks out all weakness D S 0 to 4 0 4s'S Optician. _(
charges briefly. It vas necessary to I C :.:-.-.::.::.:::.-.::::::::: .: .5ass ,

, f gad gives new life, vitality! show that defendants conspired to arrest The Star Steam Spirits Turpentine 674 tents.Spirits S 306 Thiesen Building.: ,, :

ind courage. Keeps the I' Laninger and to return him to a I Turpentine I", cents. Twenty year*' experience as an Eye # < I
I 1 Examination free. ,, .
tklneys aealthy and active.A :condition of peonage before a verdict Laundry Pensacola Cotton Market. 5pectAIIat. :
of guilty was tenable. The returningof I The following FwisacoJa. cotton quotations $ f .r ; .
pure, high-class article Laninger after he had reached the 114 are furni3h br S. P. O'Conor & OOOOOOOCOOOO'O'OOOOODOOO' ,1 .
37 E. Garden St. phone e \
ttit will keep ia 'Escambia. trestle showed conclusively I Florida Co.. F. O. B. cotton brokers Fensacola L. C. PHILLIPS, Ph. ; 4 1t

you tune. I' argued :Mr. Flouraoy that the conditions Pensacoia.: : Fla. Good Middling ._.....................10% }' \ '
: w I Strict Middling! __.....................101% Homeopathic. t
at the ci&p: were not as bad as 15M :Middling _" .___.................10 I I. PHYSICIAN and SURGEON.M.I S :
All good dealers sell ft.I the government had tried to point :S Strict Low?.n.Middling .................9%" Mellow in flavor. Office and Residence 12 N. P f :
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I them In fact that no condition of ---- --- Low middling ..........................3SHIPPING I casks Aged for years in charred Hours: > to 11 a. m. 1 to S p. : f{ : ..
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I peonage existed or ever had existed in warehouses flooded with! Phon. ,6Sr .
"B & B" at the camps of the Jackson Lumber Best Northern sunshine. 1.
Coal and Wood Rye OOOOOIHOOOO_ c ooooOOOOOOOIlOO S : {
always
selected
'I Co. Witness had even testified that by a member ,
ATLANTA he had seen no man whipped .ci NEWS of the firm. Frederick Aucfeld. F. .... BIoI lt. -I'5 <

bea.ten'hile at the camp. We deliver Ice Coal Charcoal and I Purest water from wells sunk hundreds AUSFIELD & BLOUNT : 'i

Mr. Flournoy said that at the basin Wood anywhere In the city. We can into solid of .feet i ;
ning of the trial he had been reminded supply you in any quantity and ear limestone. Architects

of the Sunday school text: "If God service Is always pro-npL Stanley Arrived Br ss Yesterday.Lord Cunningham. 3856 '; Goes !2.!the! heart not to the hMrf 112-314 Brent Bldg., t3 MoseaMontgomery Bid;.., J s f{k
: -2 Pensacola, Fla. Ala. !f
is for -
you who can be against your Steam and Domestic CoaL St. Vincent to Gulf Transit Co. -_- ,
As the he became Cleared Yesterday. .'
Opera House more and case more proceeded impressed that a Wood Cut Any Size. CallJptir S o.-u. Br ss, Alexander. ICiO. Male\ the next high ball of WM. A. BORJ.iANSf :p: '
for Paizna. with 305.57S s It deals and I .-
I change had come over the counsel for E. G. SEWALL boards. laO.sSS! s ft sawn timber; for Architect and Superintendent % if
the government and the audience, and Valencia with 406,807 m ft deals and I : .1
MONDAY, NOV. 26th. even possibly over the honorable Phones 614-363. 26 N. Tarragona St. boards.timber.J4.S6S s ft sawn timber 735 c ftnewn ': RD TOPRwjjy'It'i Phone Office 823.-305 Brent Penaacola Building, FU. i- ; 5, i : ;

judge. He was interrupted at this Raodeslan. Br ss. Peek, 2055 for Havre 11't
point by ,Judge Swayne who resentedthe with 5400 fHjuar bales cotton; ;%, :0 s.ft -S_ I if it
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statement to the effect that a SCARRITT MORENO. lumber. up to you"

change had come over the court and SAFES OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS.Agent VESSELS IN PORT. NOTICE :.1'i iThe .1;: :
Song Recital proceeded, then along different lines. for DI Canton.bold Safe Ohio.and Lock Co., Steamsinpi.Alfred .

Mr. Fioatoy said there vas not the Menzele Ger ss. jorsensen. HU FERDINAND WESTHEIMER. WooIJey Sanatorium,the only la '.
Office and Salesroom E. Gov. St. Bt. Vincent to U- Baars &. Co. @ SONS 1 t 1
slightest evidence that Mr. Harlan Camperdoron. Dr ss. Alexandra 1620. C1aciaaatl. stitute in the United States where thf< '. ,
__by__ j knew Rudolph Laninger or had ever S I Gulfport to F. O. Howe & Co. O. XrQUiOTriU, KyI St. .Joe.Jlb. Mo Opium Cocaine and Whiskey h&bIt4 !'Scan

seen him prior to his arrest. Neither NICE FRESH Hueiva KlsiaeburK.to Hyer Swed Bros.Rnoaesi&n. .ss, Scfcnel. 1m.I be cured without exposure, a'4 i t r'

was there the slightest ev .lf'nee to I Br II&. Peck 2054. Carte- with so Each ease for the patient Onl; -' J j :

Julian Walker how that Huggins knew anythingabout Boiled Ham and Sweet Milkat cent to Gulf Transit Co.Ships. 30 days' time required. Describe( S .'

Laninger, or even knew that I Avanti. Nor chip,'Anderson. 1648,.Lon :................................................. 1 your casa and I win wre* you 4] ., :i.: SI
Hilton was at Crestview.As don to order. 'I : opinion as to wluu I can accompli] ,
Eminent American Sassa. to the charges eginst Bob Gallagher Ferrelra, Port ship Barros, (06 Lisbon .If I for TOO. Ask your family physidaj ". : .'
it had been unnecessary for to master. I I to Investigate. Dr. R M. Woo ey. 114) % I

defense to enter into a contruversy Chris Pfeiffer's Bakery, Janeiro Canada.to Pitch Br ship.Pine Spun.Lumber 2237.Co. Rio I Witcher Zemurray & Co. I :I N. Prror Street. Atlanta Ga. 1 -

HENRI WEHRMANN, regarding it; Gallagher auld answer HarUuger, Bus chip, 1399, Algoa Bayto I I J t ;! f'f'I
the charges against him at the proper Cor. and maai.er.Ingrtd. .
Hayr.e Jackson. Nor eWp. DatttkeQ. 12H. Antwerp : ,
Violin Seloiat.FERDINAND time and would then refute the 1 t .
SECRET
to McK. OertHg & Co. Commission Brokers. SOCIETIES. -
charges. Lena. Ual chip Taasara.>ZSIl. London ,
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Like Mr. Blount :Mr. Flournoy said it to order. I, 1. j 1PENSACOLA
Barks. LODGE ... 8.Peceaceia 1 \ .
DUNKLEY was an insult to the intelligence of the MEMILLAN BROS.CO : Lodge. Iso. 3. K. of Pj t '.! I
blL> lUcagaa, 911,
jury to speak to them about the testimony Montevideo Afredo TJracaaytn to H. H. Thorotoa.Alfhild. : Pensacola and New Orleans :t meets! every liondajev nta* at 1:301 1 t J'o'dcxk
Pianist. Arthur Buckley and Square fck. Srensaa. 1211, Durban at ,their temporary Castl HaulPoua 1 1t
Swed
: ; 11 W. Intendcnola. 820 Common. ever stab. West tnlen enc1a St, i 'r'7 71mttIag
Head." If they were spirited away ? ESTILLS to master.Andrea \ : brethren
welcomed.
cordially
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Qttala, 114 Durban to t .
> bk
into Georgia how was it that they or" I K C. Co t'
Greatest: of musical master. H. HORSES.. K. of EnNtal !4.t'b':
array ,were present when Mr. Lesser was Campbell. Nor bk. Hauaken. 1100. | Cotton Stoc'kS Grain Provisions ;: :
talent ever assembled in Pen- there; the government: had alleged I Stavancer to HcK. Oertlnc St C*. i l :
Ch&cma Nor bk. Jorgenien. E37.Fletwood DAUGHTERS OF REBECCA. _
racla.Reru1ar. j that they were spirited to Georgia in to QMer.Hereford. i bought and sold on margin or for investment. Naomi Lodge Xo. !D. Daughters of --t : }
order to avoid Mr. Lesser. 3ir. Lesser I XOT) bit Jensen. USO Rosario .. i I Rebecca meets every Monday: nicht asS
I to crdw clock in L 0. O. F. t--n. YlaiUBf :. ''
sale of tickets at was said Mr. Flounioy. a prominent S
Helmdal. Nor bk. Hensen 1S54 Bull S sisters cordially larlted to be prteeat. _,; 1 : :
citizen and reliable one and i Out-of-Town Orders Given Special Attention.
'I a to order. MRS. J. T. PCLLLOt. N. G. "I j
Cee-, Friday, Nov. 3.1.2'f 'his testimony was unimpeachable. ,He Humbecto. Span. bk, 1111 Battle. Havana i JIBS. HJLTTTE NEVILLE bcc. } \ t
had dcne his duty by making a fair j to order. i : If
train for Warring of the i Isabel Browne, Bus bk. Llndqulet 1231. Direct Private Wires. Telephone No. 1173. : RATHBONE LODGE NO. 33.: :I :; J
and impartial investigation
Hull to master Rathbone Lodg No. SO. HnlgtiU olPytfclaa T
to'f' Barrancas.S case; he acted at otce: instead of Kink Oscar H. Nor bk. ;Johnson 15!. : meets every Thursday nltfit a( f !
in court had' osarlo to A. y-fHn i. Castle HalL Uembera of sister kxe* ;; ;
waiting until the cases I I Lllla. Nor bk, Aanoneen. 1030, Santosto ............................ ................ and visiting brethren cordially birlted; :f : -t
Den disposed: of. I order. to attend. J. M ROPE3 a C. ;
and Alabama :Mr. Flournoy contended that "'thelittle I Lluis. Uruguayan bk. Lopez 700, Havana I a a. LETET. K K. & s. S i,
Florida
whippings and the little beat I Iings" lie, excepting as to that portion to order. -
had whatever to do with which showed that he was on the trail Lysgrlint Nor bk. Hansen, 1SSJ, Swakop- SLE.B.A.No.l. meets first; anil, ..f i
nothing mood' to McK. Oertmg & Co. ; third Wednesday: evenings at 7:SO p. : ;
of at the instance of of my
some
LUND COMPANY the case at bar. The trouble was simply men Maria Ger Die. French. It::!. KIngs BaStfnl Hail No. 10. West lateode&ciire ; S
a question of personal combat and the bosses of the Jackson Lumber Lynn to maater. V *- FEIA. Pre* J

M&ziractnrera ol entirely beyond the jurisdiction of the r Co.There 146&Marina Genoa M4re.*$0 order.,Ital bk Euoonvtta j 1 Business-Like_ 'I ;J. L. ?.?* ?, Secy.-__-. t'' :
S that Hugging .
LDea1e1"s1n! court. 1 was no question S Mecca, Nor Ct.Kllelsen 995 Hamburg* j '
PENSACOLA LODGE NO. 4, t O. O. F. ;.
and took Lan-
Crestriew
went to .
.L1tCER. SAWED CYPRESS SKIN District Attorney Sheppard. to A. Zellus.Keppora. Pensacoia Lodpe. No. 4, 1. CX F, }
uLES AND KILN.DRIED SAP. District Attorney Sheppard began I inger back but the story that Lanin- 2ior bk..OJerdsen.. 11ZS East 1 j : meets every Thursday evenIng .'t. ?.3t 1 1 1lIe
followed him back of his own London to A. Zeltus.Oiirari jI at the ball on Belmont and Baylen 5
j his address to the jury at 11:25 a. m. ger : with luU, bk, Costa. Genoa to order I streets. Visiting brethren cordially In- 1 t "
i I He began his atdress by expressing free trill was not compatible A Ttted. B. R. WIT I\"SKY. X. Q. 1 i ;
When reached PaCas Nor bk. ;Johnson. 1219, Ply- .
common sense. they A. JCRLE. Secretary .
his confidence that life and libertywould
f
month to A. 2eius. -
The StormWe remain inviolate as long ss the! Lockhart they "were taken to the office Superb. Isor bk. Clich 19:4. Antwerpto The giving of checks in the payment of bills and W..u.w. '
"that :Man Friday"was 1
and Sandor, A. Zelius & Co.
system of trial by jury .remainei; He i Lire Oak Camp No. 1. W. O W z ",
had long: since ceased to assume to i present. There was no question !. Clara EL RandeU S Schooners., Am ach S62, Calbar- other obligations is the most dignified mannerof meets in Pythian ban the tat and 3rd -', jI

state to the jury what the court would' but that Sandor was an agent of the ten. Cuba. to J. A. Merritt & Co. I transacting such business. And in addition, I Wednesdays cordially in each Invited month. Visit2ativereicns .'
manager of the company; but not only Donna Christina. Am ech. McLeod 166, 'J AI
arbiterof
the sole .
the. jury was F A BOGH1CH. d aE.
charge
of
all ;
now have our did Laninger talk to Sandor, but Belize to master. I it enables you to keep tab on your I LESLIE BROOKS. Clerk. l :
the evidence. Br St. Lode expendlturesn
Donilra. sen Reddie 2001.
storm-beaten docks work- The charge against the defendants,I: through him to Sander's superior. to master. prevents the useless spending of __ I r .
argued in detaiL Who could that superior be? Mr. Har- Freddie Heucken, Am s(h, Bryant 475 I --
jng and are prepared to dock that of It conspiracy was not necessary was said Mr./lan? Who ele:: could it be? Havana to master.In your money in the bank and draw checks againstit Pensacola. St. Andrews and// 4 ; J

that constant daily es-: Mr. Sheppard admitted that assault Time of Peace.In and you'll be surprised at how much can '
any vessel from 100 to 3,000 Sheppard,of those a charged should be I was properly prosecuted under the the first months of the Russia- you Gulf Steamship Co. .;
, peonage state law and the court had no jurisdiction save. STEAMERTARPON. I : .
.non;;; short notice. We'In.t shown and it was not the custom of Japan war we had a striking exampleof W. G. BARROW, Matter. S
it had over
but jurisdicition
conspirators to go around telling their I ; the necessity for preparation and nRST-CUli-3 PASsENGER ANOlFliEIGHT 1 ..
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and
to commit SERVICE. .
; estimates from cap- conspiracy peonage of those who I
business. I in the at the early advantage so .. -Between- 4
that was the charge case ,
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Counsel for defense had stated that I: to speak; "have shingled their roofs PENSACOLA ,",OBr .E. A'ALACHICOWLA 4'
tirand;: of vessels The statement of Attorney Flour-
bar.
owners 1
S CARRABELLE. ST.
the conspiracy was to return Rudolph in dry weather." The virtue of preparation -I .AN- : .
that "God
noy to the effect was on DREWS. MILLVILLE.And f
requ'nng docking and re- Laninger to a condition of peonage; !I i their side." Mr. Sheppard branded a has made Mstocy and given to all point on St. Andrews Bay, Car.!! 4 ,
relative to the: rate He and Aptlschlcola.SCHEDULE. $ .
that the testimony i us our greatest men. The individual I
!'airr. others. Mihaly and JorCmons was ImmateriaL :' blasphemy well as the nation should be prepared FIRST NATIONAL BANKOF .. f
The arrest of Trurich Mihaly was as ; WIt acola. Sunday $:5 p. m..- .j .
The go.ernment"as I''I a shock to the entire neighborhood for any emergency. Are you Ala. -
the return of these men for combat the Leave Pensacoia Tuesday. 8:39 p. au .
charging to successfully
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QLLINGER & BRUCE and the way he was treated indicated prepared PENSACOLA. FLA. for St Andrews. AlffivUe. ApalactloolarCarrabelle
the purpose of showing a condition of..!S that men were treated as chatties and first cold you take? A cold can be and intermediate points. S
peonage. Where one man was convicted I cured much more quickly when treat- For additional Information aroly' to -
slaves. The testimony of Emil Lesser ,
J. R. SAUT4DERS,
DRY DOCK COMPANY on circumstantial evidence, I was valueless. "He is a disgrace to ed as soon as it has been contractedand Designated Depositary of the United State E .R. COBB. President. t S

hundreds escaped: by the perjured testimony -1 the country which he represents," declared before it has become settled in General Frt. and Past. Afit. P'I.

MOBILE, ALA. of interested witnesses. There.I the District Attorney. :Mr. the system. Chamberlain's Cough W. H. Knowles. President W. K. Hycr, Jr.. Tlce-Prealdeat and Caahier. ..eoa, Fla. .i
qi
never had been a conviction that was.' Sheppard imitated the voice and manner Remedy is famous for its cures of Thos., W. Brent. Ass't Cashier. TT. N. Roberts., Asrt Ca8! er.
not due, in a measure at least to circumstantial I of Lesser to perfection and caused colds and it should be kept at hand Directors-F. C. Bret W.A.Blomi t. w. H. Knowlea. W. K.Byer Jr. i '

HICKS'CAPUD1NE evidence. .;i considerable merriment by illustrating ready for instant use. For sale by D. G. Brent. I LANARKOntheGulfofMexico.
I Defense had harped a great deal t I ;
i the actions of witness while oa: the all druggists. ----'- -' --I
11" the assertion that Mr.: Harlan
upon stand. Mr. Lesser was no count,
did not know :tlr. Hilton; he may neither was be a consul of viceconsulHis Elegant premiums given t r
with
contact
' CURES never have come into I chief business, according to his: in Obelisk JOHN PFEIFFER *Atcta CacMn. ,
conditons were for pink tickets I C.W UMU.Prllidtllt.
It the '
ALL ACHES Mr. Huggins. :own testimony was furnishing certificates M.L tLAiX,\1u-Pruidtlll and Cathiet. J.W.ANDBEWS.Assistant CaHuar. Hunting and fishing season now is* i
-- communicated to him by :Mr. Lamata I! of character; "and he gave the flour. I II Oyster beds within easy reach. .
I"c And NIISDeU'tmlkdalk ,or any other boss, the conspiracy had Jackson Lumber Co. a certificate of I II -

ItirKittsnl been made out if the jury was satisfied good character within 24 hours after Jackson Square Coffee stands for THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK Offers exceptional advantages as m '1

that Mr. Harlan had such knowl- he left! Pensacola." quality put up in 25c, 50c and $LOO I I place to spend part ef the winter motha4, :

j edge.Mr. The defense had' attempted to deny air tight tins. It pleases others. Why 1 CF PWSMCCL FLU. r
INN. J
an eloquent LANARK
painted
Sheppard it?
I not try
i the whipping in the barn but there
QUALITY AND NO of the liberties of this House '7
Building.
word
picture
PREMIUMS. S S which attracted natives of was no questioning the testimony of 1L Alfman, tin. copper and sheet Ironworker Opera I Under new management modern a4 1
I country old Lamata said "the Government well kept; will afford special attention U
man Kemp; has moved to 109 East DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES.
i other lands of the arrival of such an DESIGNATED hunting and fishing parties. .
!I j man got no more than he deserved." et-tjnthe l< opera house building

immigrant at Kew York the and of his o! By what right had they tried.a. man CAPITAL STOCK, $200,000. SURPLUS $60.000. I Reached by the Georgia. Florida C
JacksonSquare" subsequent shipment to camps !i for stealingAnd it had been Real Estate Transfers. Alabama Railway. Convenient Klle wIM. ..
I Alabama where> work was promise (shown that what they wanted was to Following is a lift! of the real estate DIRECTORS.Henry Tourist rates now in effect.

!, him. There the what work the was man not had what contracted -"I have the man "serve them faithfully" tranrters the fensAcola recorded Abstrt yesterday Co.i 'unushed by U Covinaton. Frank Rem)', F. E. Brewner, For hotel accommodations-;; writs LANARK !' !

he wanted to'dO.; not had the tame right I as he promised to 60 if released. PEEPS.LusIie J., "MPfeiffer.. W. S, Rosssco. C. W. Lemar.Brvaa 'I INN, Lanark. Fla. .,.
I He The whole condition of things at E. Brooks to Lewis CruickshankLots Duim d>', T. F. JrtcGourlm J.R. Saaadcrs, -
I to demand that his contract be lived j Lockhart was a parody upon the pride 1 and 2 In block&itreet-112O.US.U, East King A. M. "tier W. II. Milton 0. E. Maura t For tchedulec. railroad rates etc. write
the jof Tarragona >
had to expect Tract. east .
ij up to as Mr. Harlan I and patriotism of every" American J. TV. flyer to Johnny Manage-Lots W. L. Cawthon Cr. W. J. Hannah, McKeozie OerfJog I. J. H. McWIUUAMS. <
by
dictated
fulfillment of contracts I citizen could} be likened to noth- 2J and24 to block .%. West king Tract Alex McGoln. C. N.> C ,lnflton, M.. E. Clark. Gen. Fata. R&ent.Bambndge, Ga.EVENSViLLE tt S

him. lag bet the persecution by Weyler of 1100.00. I
(JAVA BLEND) Defense, said Mr. Sheppard. was relying -i! the Cuban people. Yet. in this country of Chamberlain's Cough fifcly teitta texts itt rut ii{:AC, :JU. tad JSXC tte ysir. Write iputaenl j't t
solely the charge that Sells More kIT the convenience of custemen. :
upon ctcrecBcn
: of justice, "ere"e to permit conditions of All Others Put ia J
at *bc Remedy than :
something had been stolen that would put to shame the & ;
in for all conditionsthat Together. Four percent interest Paid on Time Depo.it'L'THE
Coffee justification !
I Roasted camp atrocious actions of the most benIght. at
merchant
Mr. Thos. George, a .
had been proven by government I
ed heathen
I witnesses to have existed at the camp." Mu Elgin, Ontario, says: 1 have had ---- TERRE HAUTERAILROAD 1
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If we are to turn these men loose, Chamberlain'sCough --
rt:* Is oae: of the finest I; The story told by the defendant Hilton the local agency for
world. You en- concluded Mr. Sheppard. let us go toNew since it was introduced I
Mend* the was flimsy in the extreme; absolutely Remedy every S
>oOrleans luxury for i -unsupported by' either testi-)1 York harbor and tear down the into Canada and I sell as I CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK ,

'''rpakU while drinking this mony or common sense. The statemEnt statue of Liberty EnlightenIng theI much of It as I do of all other lin-s I '

('offee Only parked in 1, -, that Laninger: had followed Hilton -World that greets every foreign ship .I have on my shelves put together.J PENSACOLAA S THE DIRECT LINE TO ; '

,tnd pound air-tight cans. I was characterized as ridiculousand that enters the port and advertises : Of the many dozens sold under guarantee Business Conducted on a Safe and ConservativeBasis. :
hat this country: is the land of and General Banking
the story that Hilton wanted to I I have not tad one bottle re- CHICAGOand
We guarantee every can. see Lamata, was branded as a false- the pathway to all liberty. i turned. I can personally recommend I Ii
I Court adjourned until 2:Si p. m. at i as I have used it myself all points in the .
hood. The testimony of the operatorof this medicine SoIicited--R. M. Bushnell. Cashier. ... '
Lumber- Co. sufficient -which hour Attorney' Loftin of defense -I it to my children and Correspondence
Importers Coffee Co. the Jackson was and given and Northwest.
I to show the connection of "ibis began his address. always with the best results." For North {;
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Limited. padrome Mr. Harlan. who follows up Scott M. Loftin. I.1 sale by an druggists. t't'I ",.- <

back his employees," with Attorney Scott M. Loftia addressedthe Pensacola Improvement Bonds.
and brings of that existedat Jury on behalf of defense' imme-i Are you fond of good coffee? Try City of :Exceptionally Low Rouni. '; S
New Orleans. condition peonage
the diately after the noon recess. Mr. I Jackson Square.the celebrated French tl' Dated January 1st. bus. Maturing January 1rt. -
the camp. Loftin said there had been a great !drip co ee. Leading grocers have it. t 1i 36. Redeemable .1&1\ 1st. 1926. 'nterest Payable SemJ-Annual', Trip Rates: to all Summer iij I
SALE THESE SONDS= SUBJECT TO PRIOR. SALE
'!'he witness AtwelL who was implicated deal of testimony In the case, most ol 1, 2 and 4 pound air tight tins. WE OFFER FOR IN AMOUNTS TO 6LI1T PURCHASER. : TourhtPoicts. -;.,,.,
in the matter himsElf. had told. it ImmateriaL He did no* want the ; ...
The Lewis\ Bear Co. enough so that the Jury could infer Flour is the staff
the balance; and the jury had a perfect ., jury to have the Impression that the for Obelisk The Peoples Bank of Pensacola, D. H. HiHman S. L. Rogers. ,: -
numerous objections by attorneys for ticketsin 1 L T. General : I
A.
Pensacoia, Fla.DISTRIBUTERS. to draw any Inferences It of life. Look pink G. P. AgentsEvatiBviiie. t
right defense was for other purpose "
: any Pensacola. Fla. j In* Naabeill Tca4
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told .
saw fit. The story he was flimsy packa ei.,
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PAGE EIGHT. THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, SATURDAY MORNINQ.NOVEMBER 24, '190&S

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S r I i THE JURY FIND Reefers,


Mufflers
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SHOES. -0 DEfENDANTSGUILTY wy Seasonable




Sweaters



Sensible, Stylish, Durable w ....; :t Hat Happiness



(Continued from Seventh Page.) A-: : _L :- i Shirts in Smart Society

than that of subserving the interestsof

their clients. Mr. Loftin then described : ? I'mor

Skilled workmen only make the shoes we sell. peonage as described by the =s. r k
United States laws. It was legal fora : THE

t The leathers.they use are the best. The uppers man to become indebted to another St HABERDASHEnil .

and to agree to work out the debt, ,, rt ..
are sewed with silk. The soles are flexible because and It did not become illegal until a tt -r } : ;; 222 S. Palafox.KNOWLES .

they are sewed with the Goodyear welt process. work debtor out attempted a debt. to The force whipping a man was to J ;; : > ;$ 1'' :4 -=

immaterial unless it had'been shown w = '$' i' .
well look well that such : t: : ; :s BROS.Insurance .
fit
They wear well-good whipping was for the purpose -
of forcing a debtor to work o this k !
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weather or bad. Indebtedness. The United States

court had no jurisdiction over cases cf FIRE, LIFE, ACCIDENT MARIN
full value constructed. assault and ;:? : : I ;, General
They are honestly $2.50, battery; even if a man Agents of
had been killed at the camps of the k
The
$3, $3.50, $4, $5.50 and 650. Jackson Lumber Co., the Federal Equitable

courts could not punish any man for LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY OF NE
the crIme. YORK.
Mr. Loftin attacked the character of JOS South Palafox Street.

witnesses placed on the stand by the
'
government and said they were biased =
and prejudiced and therefore Just Received
unworthyof
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belief. Any man who owed 'i Imported 3SacaronL Sweet OO.
THE JOHN WHITE STORE to another money y{ ._ i ; / fr ; 'U Dm Pickles Sauer Kraut. diactcer
and left the employment of' <: I, : Fish. Ftp Feet. Spanish On'
: such person while still In 'debt, was nil v sl r / D1r EI) r.'+.. Bread, French Navy Bra d. floe 1 ac' P; n
dishonest and therefore could not be fresh and Dew.

Specialists In Men's and Boys' Wear believed.The accommodations at the camp Schloss Bros $ CO Y w Marine Witch Hazel Grocery$1.00 per mwon.CornparmV.

as shown by witnesses for the defense t Fine Clothes Makers J. VIDAL, aver'
Phone 225 205.207 S. PALAFOX were better than at any lumber camp i Baltimore
In the country and it had been snown u Ne-v.York =

that the food was good and was furnished .

in unlimited quantity.Mr. Just
Loftin did not believe that any m A FELLOW DOESN'T BUY AN OVERCOAT OFTEN Received

.NNNNNN.e...................................... idea existed in the minds of the jury nil ., clii
that any guards had been placed at One barrel

i i the cars to keep the men under restraint c u and when he does, he should get the best article obtainable for his money. of the famous

GAS HEATERS SAVE FUEL ; this had been shown by disinterested '
witnesses. As to carryinga When you buy an Overcoat, Top Coat, or Cravenette, with Schloss Bros.

0 pistol it had been shown that It H name in it, you have a guarantee.beyond question that it is the best that

They save fuel I.in starting and stopping, save waiting .| was the custom of turpentine men to money and skill can produce. We have 'an excellent line of this world- !Y HorelioiintlCough
revolver.
carry a Every man had a
: save discomfort, save doctor bills. Regulated t right to bear arms if he carried them M famous make now on our counters at prices ranging from $12.50 to $22.50.

If' same as a lamp and there's no waste. openly and In this he was protectedby HJ Also a handsome line of Suits, $15 to $3o. Trousers from $4 to $12.50. Will
r the constitution of the United
States. That pistols were carried be pleased to show you. Call on us to-day. .

I THREE TWENTY-FIVE i openly was no evidence that a condition Drops

of peonage existed at the camps.It '
Watson Parker & Reese Con
was also necessary as the men at Sj fUOf
into home. Will be ,
.. n puts a good one your glad to : turpentine camps were the most reckless

: talk to you about it.Pensacola. : and desperate that could be found 33 and 35 S. Palafox St. Everything to Wear." A, pleasant and inexpensive -

4 in the country; it was but natural that
there should be thieves and thugs Maaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa cough remedy.

among them. The fact that there wasa Hi or hacr far
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watchman at the camp was of no I r bb
f Gas Company i moment as every lumber camp employed I was true in both the :Mihaly and the them had admitted that guns were II[was no evidence that there had been

,
: a watchman Jordmons cases. carried and defense had taken the no restraint; it was simply "allowingthe 5 cents
Phone 148. 24 27
and E. I
T Garden Street. : The difficulties at the With reference to the letter written other horn of the dilemma] and at-, men to go from the edge of the
" ..................... ..... .......... .NN11NN Gallagher and the Bulgarian camp when had 'by Mr. Harlan to the editor of The tempted to prove that the carrying of ,spider's web to the center of it." I,

clashed was not an act of peonage; Journal Mr. Loftin took the position arms was necessary. tl The government relied upon two BooioN's PHARMACY

--- --- if Gallagher struck him it was not that the letter upon its lace was an The government was endeavoringto lines of proof of conspiracy. There ,
---- and never would be peonage: McGm indication that Mr. Harlan was wilting show a condition of restraint of was ample evidence of a general planto

nis, with whom there had been con- to have the matter investigated the modern and improved kind; there! return and place in a condition of THE BIRTHPLACE CF PROMPT

Don't You Worry siderable trouble was a ruffian pure folly; it was a demonstration that the II I were several occurrences where di- involuntary servitude all these foreigners DELIVER.
and simple; he caused trouble contin- defendants had nothing to hide. rect force was used but the system and boys; the master mindof
ually had called Gallagher a name The affidavits made before Justice was more modern than that. Tne f :Mr Harlan was undoubtedly atone PHONE 1100.

About Your Holiday Goods. that in this country meant a' blow Johnson by Manager Harlan were whipping and mistreatment of men in .end of it. According to the law
and also kicked at.him. Subsequently made after proceedings ,had been instituted the presence of new arrivals was undoubtedly if there was a general understandingto

McGmnis was put In jail at Pensacolafor against employees of the for the purpose of intimidating bring back all such people and in THE CYPRESS LUMBER t
stealing. "And that" said Mr. Jackson Lumoer Co and were in the men and letting them know I pursuance of that men were brought

I have anything you need in bicycles Loftin "is the kind.of witnesses the good faith. The laws of Alabama what would happen if they attempted ;bank that was all that it was necessary APALACHICOLA FLA.
government is trying to prove their made it a crime to secure money undera to leave the camp. There was no I for the government to show. It

guns, rifles, ammunition, case with." contract to work out the indebtedness evidence that any of the men had was not to be presumed that every Manufacturers of
Buckley and "Square Head" said and Mr. Harlan was strictly stolen anything. time man got away a general caucus -
fishing tackle, athletic goods ,tennis within his rights in the premises. was held and a conspiracy entered -
Mr. Loftin were boys without the While it was not proper to admit
goods automobiles veloc- least principle and who were devoid That the men were not obliged to goo i I heresay testimony about the whippingsIt Into relative to that particularcase. Cypress Shingles.
wagons, t jail for violation otthe Alabamalaw .
-
of all the instincts of right; his feel- was proper for the jury to infer the
, ipedes, footballs, phonographs, ing toward them was one of pity. They was an evidence of :Mr. Harlanakindness ,I consequence of these whippings and Relative to Mr. Hilton's statement, %"x 4" x IS"
of heart. Harlan had
were unworthy of confidence and: no Mr. their effect upon the minds of the i Mr. Russell said it was improbable in %" x 5x 18"
Typewriters and Everything at done nothing to show that he was in the extreme as was also the statement
dependence should be placed upon II men. .The principal object of the
their testimony; they probably did not any way acquainted with the facts beatings was not so much to injure 1 of Mr. Harlan that he had Cypress Tanks of a'' Descriptions.WWte .
suit the man's .
prices to poor purse. alleged in the indictment.As Hilton for'Catalogue and Price Lilt
appreciate the enormity or the offenseor the men as to terrify the new arrivals ;never seen until a day or so
Call in and see what we have. the consequences of telling a lie to the defendant Hilton Mr. Lof from New York. |previous to the beginning of the action -
tin said it had not been shown that before the United States court
upon the stand.In Counsel for defense was apparently I
he had that he treed Ill
any dog or ever
the jury would believe
the case of the man who. it was very much wrought up over the testimony !-. the statement
alleged had been beaten at the barn, any men in the swamp. As to Hug-of of Buckley and "Square Head? of Hilton to the effect that he BOOKS[
:Mr. Loftin said he had been gins, the only allegation outside I'I had telegraphed to his superior Mr.
arrestedfor he "Square Head" had not said he did
F. B. BRUCE the trip to Crestview was that Lamata, to meet hiD at Crestviewfor I
stealing; that no punishment had spirited the boys. Buckley and '''not see the consul (Lesser) as, when the of
been inflicted; any man had a rightto "Square Head" away Georgia. Their ,on the witness stand "Square Head" sion to purpose visit his giving him permis For centuries the Bible ha hec-+ the
arrest a man who had committed a had been refuted fully and stated that he had seen the consulat children said Mr. Universal "nrst seller" of boolAus
The Goods Man. testimony I' Russell he would have a very poor now selling from my second shipmer aai
felony. the It was also possible
porting -. it had been shown that the boys camp. opinion of the gentlemen who com have the following in stock:
The government had never that the consul was mistaken about
produced
untruthful. The testimony had .
were posed that body. CAMBRIDGE-Text at SOc Teachers
evidence to show that there having seen the five boys at the camp. .
shown that, the boys were absolutely Mr. Russell the with maps and references, print : ;:;
argued ,
was a condition of peonage at the worthless. There was absolutely ,'There was nothing radically inconsistent evidence at dia paper at $1.SO:Reference, wr' Is,
: between of the length taking up an discussing and illustration, printed on Indi: : 'rat
where the
Laninger testimony
camp was employed;
...---- nothing in the story of the boys; all the important points in the $3.
testified boys and that of Mr. Lesser. case
Laninger had even that none
testified that
the witness Haas
form one of the requirements of ltf e. of the men at the turpentine camp he even had talked with Mr. Lesser and I The last counsel who addressed the by and Mr.then Harlan took up to The the letter written $1.BAGSTER 50:Teacher-*Text at $%.at.5;f J Teachers.49; Reference;:., ,. tat l

C I lean ClothesFHCNE I Yours will always be clean if yosend u had ever mistreated him and that he that the other boys were standingnear I I I jury (Mr. Loftin) had some very pe- Harlan's Idea of Journal. Mr. JSOO. Text large type, at .
a man working of his .
them ,
to Teachers '
had never seen any man whipped by at the time. culiar theories regarding what constituted own free will was evidently based Teachers Red-Letter self-pronouncing edition,at s' ..0nOWlclng.
there. Three witnesseshad peonage. The fact that the
The New Method Laundry, government. As to :Mr. Lesser Mr. Loftin said : upon the belief that when at $150
'. 1188 E. W. LAWRENCE Prop. Ke. Method Laundry Bldg WR3VUUS! sworn that they had left the camp he had never found it necessary to I men were allowed to go to Lockhart contracted to work he could a man be All of the above are of the v. ,,\ '.st
AGENTS WANTED.. and had afterwards returned. That ridicule a gentleman because the I made to do binding; Morocco leather covers. st:4
so by
-- fact alone demonstrated that if there gentleman did not testify as he: portion of the letter any'in means.which That Mr. overhanging edges.HARRY .
was a condition such as alleged by wanted him to. Mr. Lesser was en- Harlan stated
that
the government the men would not titled to credit but the governmenthad : TRADEMARK some"of the men
were "trying to T. HOWLAND
have returned.Mr. endeavored to beluue and abuse SEE THE ( l I cised severely Mr.escape Resell was criti ,

Loftin said he had almost for him. I : position that the taking the :Manager De Luna Book Store,
statement In
NOT A QUESTION 1 gotten that Harlan Hilton and Hug- Mr. Loftin then went into the question indicated that Mr. Harlan was Itself thor- De Luna St. Phone 1491
a gins were on trial and that Gallagherwas of peonage at considerable length i iI oughly familiar with all the conditions
at the bar. The evidence
against explaining what did and 'what did as they existed at that time.
Gallagher Grace and Sandor could not not constitute peonage and argued I,I i Leaving Mr. Harlan
OF MONEYBeing be construed as against the defend- that none of the specific acts charged I the proposition which entirely Mr. Russell out of GULF CITY COFFEE CO.,
ants in the case at bar. Not one of by the government constituted peon I said he
I would be very sorry to do if H. P. CHIPMAN Manzser-
;
the defendants was included in the age or conspiracy to commit peonage. any were to be
convicted
there
charge of peonage that had been..madeagainst Rudolf Lanninger's own statement i not be the slightest could Roasters. Blenders and Shippers of
Y II doubt that
: well-dressed is nota these men. So long as their showed conclusively that he 'did not and Huggins had Hilton

question of spending a actions defendants did the not show charge the was built immaterial of these testimony care to work he ;was according not in a to conditionof his own I t if not previous a thorough to that understanding time- Fine CoffeesOUR

14r certainly at Crestview. BY ALL
lot of money; Its a ques- and should not be considered. ThiHow's s peonage before he left the camp Ii COFFEES ARE SOLD .
Jury Charged GROCERS. GIVE THEM A TRIAL.ReadtheBoo
. L.y,. tion of going to the right or after he returned. There had not in Judge Swayne began his charge to
mistreatment
been one particle. of. I the
; ti place to clothes. jury at 5:35 p. m. and the jury
buY' his case.
i "l. ', 3' your This? was given the case and retired to
Co. had been
: + The Jackson Lumber
a Most any store can sell your We offer One Hundred Dollars Reward consider a verdict at 6:15 o'clock. k
trouble
for any case of Catarrh that cannot be sinned against some itself; no
a suit for most any price, cured by Hall Catarrh Cure.F. ''was shown to have existed before the Croup.A .
J. CHF :EY & CO..
Toledo O. of from New
but when it suit unders'jmed, have shipment immigrants reliable medicine and ,
t comes to We, known P. J. I one that
The
Cheney for the last IS Tears, and believe York began in July. revoltingco should always be kept In the home
c a f:: quality and a quality suit, him perfectly honorable in all business ditions pictured at the Jackson for Immediate use is Chamberlain's Now

'a...., ..: :,. transactions and financially able to carry Lumber Cos camps were not half so Cough Remedy. It
4. you have our guarantee of out any obligations made by his firm. Berlstered will prevent the
.I g ALBINO. KINN Of & MARV IN: revolting as other things that were U.s..'.t.Office attack if given as soon
.;.. ., ". Money Back If Not Satis- I Wholesale Druggists Toledo, O daily one in the name of the law. ; becomes hoarse or as the child
Hal!a Catarrh Cure Is taken internally, In conclusion Mr. Loftin stated that It Stands for{ the Finest even after the
" factory. directly the blood and croupy cough appears. For sale
acting upon mu- by
he believed there not a man upon ,
I was all
surfaces of the system. Testimonials druggists.
cous "TNE
,I t There isn't a Style or seat free Price 75;; cents per bottle. the jury who would not consider the Cocoa in the World/ HUTThe I
. ; Sold by all drurslsta. evidence fairly; the defendants were : Jackcare
N. fabric missing that's new Take Halls Family Pills for constlpa- willing to leave the case witn the jury, E has been tried its Coffee
cup quality has
: or fashionable, and e\ery patton. ,being assured of a fair verdict, and Made by a scientific blending i been praised. Leading grocers have
, that that verdict would be not guilty. It here.
ASK
t. ,a' one desirable and depend- ; Chas. W. Russell. of the best Cocoa beans grown I sample. .your grocer for a free play mil be here

able. $8, $10 $12.50 $15 r Chas.. W. Russell assistant attorney in the December 1.
o :IF DRUGSThe 'general of the United States who was tropes-the result of I Saturday

;'r,,:, $16.50 and up to $27.50. IT'S sent from Washington to assist in the ,126 years of successful entteavc JOINT MEETING OF and yoti'ought to Tc--.i; i

prosecution of the peonage cases next I WOODMEN OF WORLD this of wet
" Crystal Has It. addressed the jury.. Mr. Russell began great story
by referring to the counts of the i I II ern life in order to appreciate -
joint
A i, meeting o Live Oak
I PERFECT sand Camp
H. 0. ANSON THE BIG STORE indictment which he explained to the FOOD Hickory Camp. Woodmen it the
I of the on stage.
HANDSOME STORE. The said made it ,
I THE Jury. evidence he 48 Highest Awards in \\orld will be held Sunday aftertoon
I Copyrleht1906 I A full line of Toilet Articles. perfectly clear that, wherever the authority Europe and at 3 clock to We can supply you.
The Hours of Kupponh.kttQ Agents for Whitman Candles. rater Co. America arrange for the enter
of the Js*><:i + extended tainment
Woodworth's Perfumes. A new and of the visiting grand sorer
CASH CLOTHIER a oond': r : f teenage had hafldaomery lUu. eigns.
Manicure Goods ,a Specialty.TheCrysfalPhannacy. existeo. There Lad l**a no conflict trated Recipe Book abet free.l F. E.
COMMYXS. S.
C.
of testimony in the case excepting as WALTER BAKER C. J. OERTTXG The Gem Book Store
; CORNER PAUFOX. AND, MAIN to the carrying of guns; most of the & co. Ltd W. H. LANGFORD.CJerK. ,

witnesses been no guns for carried defense said.but there some had of I l DORCHESTER.' MASS. nov22-4L L. E.. .BROOKS. Clerk.S. C. C. R. JOHNSON Prop.

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