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Title: The Pensacola journal
Alternate Title: Daily journal
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Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Mayes & Co.
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
Creation Date: December 29, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
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PRESIDENT CASS ATT OFPENN.RAILROAD GEORGIA TAKE,S THE LEAD: NEW YORK LIFE CO. -'-- l:



DEAD. IN IMMIGR ATIOM MATTERCONDITIONS OFFICIALS' ARE INDIITED !.1 ;'I




: Will Send Commissioner of 1 IN Vice-President an I : ; :


End Came at 1 O'Clock Yes- ATLANTA RELIEFCOMMITTEE Agriculture t tolNorway Finance CommittHI r:1-:1 J.


terday at His Philadel- and Sweden. THE CONGO STATE Held. ;


phia Home. REPORT -'><


THIS ACTION WASDECIDED ON United States Will Uphold Six Counts Were Returned rf '=:

in Continuous Serviceof Work Done By Committee Just After.Riots in That City AT A MEETING Or\ THE GEOR. fARMERS UNION
\Vas Any Move Made by the By the New York :

Last September-Over Five Thousand Dollars CIA' IMMIGRATIONfASSOCIATIONYESTERDAY .
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Pennsylvania Railroad .
IN ATLANTA. British Government.STATE Grand Jury. -'

Years. Were Expended.By I -
for Forty-Five .. AfTER RCOIIO N t:

) By Associated frets. DEPARTMENT PLEDGES THESE ARE AS A RESULT 01"; ,
Associated Press. of twelve dead, two of whom were Atlanta Dec. 28.-The Georgia Immigration .
WORKED HIS WAY FROM COMMON Atlanta, Dec. 28. The Relief Committee white and the seventy wounded, of Association?was in session SUPPORT THROUGH AM BASS A- WHAT IS KNOWN AS THE PRUS. -- _
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organized just after the race whom ten were white. here to-day. and after a conference lXtHANGEI
SURVEYOR THROUGH ALL i riots of last September made their report The report states that the committee with Governor Terrell, decided te DOR REID-LEOPOLD'S CONCES- SIAN LOAN WHERE 15,000 :
is positive that no more were place Commissioner |of Agriculture,
SHARES OF RAILROAD STOCK ,
OPERATING DEPARTMENTS TO to-day. SIONS TO AMERICANS WILL NOT
killed. All of these, and the wounded ludson in charge of the Georgia inv -
The sum of fifty-four hundred dollars that were given aid,. regularly I -(
PRESIDENCY' OF WORLD'S were migration movement pad to send him I EFFECT ATTITUDE.By WERE SEEMINGLY TRANSFER-
was paid for funeral expenses and employed and vouched for by their employers at an early date t9 j Norway and Georgia Fa'mers'
GREATEST RAILROAD McRAE medical and surgical attendance supplies No vagrants were given as- Sweden for the urpotses of securing RED. .1
and general relief in the cases sistance.: immigrants from th4e countries.It ;
is Associated Press.
WILL LIKELY SUCCEED HIM. was announced the meetfng; Union Says' Exchange "Washington Dec. J8.-It was made 1

that a number of scotch farmers I public at the state department today By Associated Pr*.*. t
GEORGIA were to arrive in Satannah In a fe1i Enemy of Farmer. that the United States government New York, Dec. 28.-Indictment*Tor i -
BUCKET SHOPS
By Associated! Press. weeks as the result c4 the gent n01ithl're. r through Ambassador Reid, at I embezzlement were returned by the t

Philadelphia Cassatt, Dec.president 28.-Alexander of the I I By A..oclated"Preu.. London, had pledged its support in' grand jury today on aix cotrate agaInst I i."

jcnason Pennsylvania; railroad. died at his Atlanta Dec.. 28.-President Barrettof any step wblch the British, govern-.' George W. Perkins former vice-- reei. I .< :
OUT OF BUSINESS toward the Amelioration -
take
ment
might
tome here at one o'clock today. The I the Farmers Union Is authority for conditions in the Congo dent of the New York life Insurance t :
of the
cause of death as professionally of Adams I I Mill WA AYCHMANKILLED the from statement Washington concerning that efforts the are report being state. It was also stated that this Company and Charles S. PairctdM a 1 i; .
was strokes ,
known ii100.; instantaneous. I made to secure a' fraud order government would not permit itselfto member of the finance cosmnttte and "
Death was Firms Closed !from the post office department be Influenced by large conoeesfoni former secretary-treasurer, all based .
the road Twenty-Nine
Beginning as a surveyor on OF i against th New York Cotton Exchange in the Congo territory by King Leo on one transaction, known as the
Ala. Cas- SUICIDE I
itEm Rome Ga. to Selma. that the union has started the pold to certain Americans.AMERICANS Prussian Knuu. If
to the of Doors in
sat' worked. his way top ComplianceWith IN ALAI
Union is
said 'The
movement. He : This transaction: was the result ot li:
and then successively
,
profession .
going .to ,combat every enemy of the KILLEDIN a demand by the Prussian govern r H(: ;
head of the mechanical department
Law.
to> he farmer and the New York. Cotton -
exchange
MEXICO.By ment that permission to continue to
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and of the operating depart-
and JASI FAIRCLOTHShot is just that. do business there would be granted 1 _
superintendent
ffipni. as general -
TOWN Associated Press. only on condition that the company
ppn<'ral manager; vice president diP TWO OF THE SHOPS WILL REMAIN ANOTHER NEGROHOLDUPIN Phoenix Dec. 28.-Business men In hold no corporation stocks as collateral
:01 and finally president of thefT Mexico arriving here to-day say that
OKLA. and only bonds. To conform to
-'.atedt railroad system in the world; OPEN IN ORDER TO TEST within the past few weeks there has this the company transferred to a
0:11- whose receipts this year will been sixteen Americans killed in various '
in THE BOYKIN LAW. By Associated Press.Oklahoma subsidiary trust company fifteen
Himself
n'jch: the enormous sum of one hundreo Temple City Dec. 28.-A negro points in Mexico by Yaqui In- thousand three hundred shares of

and fifty million dollars. J.\ A. Martin Kills Jack Ken- soldier tonight.lIUe. attemptinga dians. A majority of the miners left stock of two railroads which was. discovered
li Ir Cassatt was born In Pittsburg With Pistol Near Chip- hold up in a laundry shot the pro there three years ago during the In- during the Armstrong investigation -

01 h< eights of December 1839. He Atlanta Ry Dec.Associated 28.( -In Press.conformancewith nedy, in Falco, With prietor. A posse is now searching for dian troubles but returned believingthat as having not been actua1ysold
concluded his technical education at the Indians were pacified. .
he Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute ley Yesterday. the provisions and terms of the the assailant.Bids until a year afterward, and
Boykin anti-bucket shop law which Shotgun. which sale netted the company a
of Troy, N. J.. and entered the service -
of profit of one hundred and fifty-five
goes into effect on January 1st all
the road of which he was
of pre-
Special to The Journal. the thirty-three wire houses in the CONTRACT TO ERECT NEW thousand dollars. .
ident in 1881, and advanced rapidly
through the successive departmentsto I DeFuniak, Dec. 28.-James Fair- state of Georgia with the exception of DISPUTE AROSE OVER SALE OF It is not alleged that either defendant ,
cloth, a well known white man. committed four have ceased business, and two of made a personal profit and the
the top. suicide at Myers turpentinestill these will close to-morrow.. The other SOME CATTLE-KENNEDY KILL jury Is on record that District Attorney
It was during his college days that near Chipley this morning by two houses may remain open In order CHURCH BE AWARDED Jerome pressed it for an in. ri
he made the survey for the old Rome-
Selma road.It shooting himself in the temple witha to test the law. I ED INSTANTLY-MARTIN IN dictment. -. -

is believed that James McRae pistoL DUEL -
MISSISSIPPI JAIL. --

'He" first, vice West president Pittsburg of will the be Ferinivanfa ,his- room Falrcloth's to him wife when.was ths In pistol the next shot ENDS FATALLY I for Constructing First NEGRO CONVICT r I

ccessor.MRIMAN'S. was fired and Immediately rushed to Hamburg, Miss, Dec. 28:-Thad Special to The Journal. Methodist Church to Be I INVESTJ N I GAT I NC N G
his '
side but he was dead when she Stanley was killed in a pistol duel today -
MAKES ESCAPE
reached him. No cause is known why here and Dick and W. F. :Magee Falco AI"" Dec. 2S.-J. A. )Martin
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STRIKETO watchman at the Florida and Alabama 1.
Opened January
he should have taken his rife. were seriously wounded.
Land Company's mill, shot and In- "
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stantly killed Jack Kennedy of An-
BE SETTLEDCONFERENCE I dalusia, formerly of this place last 8ROWNSVIllEAFFAIR BERRY BOWDEN, SERVING 18-

night about G o'ctocic. As Will Also Bids for the Re-
YEARa TEAM, MADE SUCCESS-
ANEW ALDERMAN SIMPSON SAilS The weapon used was a double- !

WAS HELD LAST ban el shot gun which was fired at moval of,the LeBaron FUL BREAK FOR LIBERTY.
close range and the entire charge of I
NIGHT BY REPRESENTA- sho; took effect in Kennedy's left arm Residence.
and passed through his body. I'
: TIVES OF TWO STATES.By FROM 11THPRECINCT 1 mR EGMDNT The trouble started some monthsago Berry Bowden a negro who wag

when Martin, who is a stout, SITE OF sent to the state convict'camps from !
OCCUPIES THE
robust man, imposed upon Kennedy.I LATTER this county, made a successful break ;
Associated Press. who is not yet grown and of rather THE PROPOSED NEW EDIFICE Twenty Witnesses Testifiedin for liberty yesterday afternoon Et

Houston Dec. Commissioner small statue, on account of some beef I WHICH WILL BE THE HAND- the camps of the Star Turpentine
of Labor Neill is authority for the KEY that Kennedy sold to Martin and Purdy Investigation Company, where he was serving a
statement that the strike of the firemen which Martin did not think was I SOMEST IN THE CITY-THE term of eighteen years on a number -

on the Southern Pacific railroad wholesome. i BLOUNT RESIDENCE TO RE- Yesterday. of charges of robbery.The .
will) probably be settled sometime Evidence of eye witnesses to the! prisoners of the camp were being
to-night; not by arbitration but by a shooting is somewhat conflicting. MAIN. marched from the woods to the

conference of the between two sides.the representatives Citizens Discussing the Mat-: Where She Will Take in Martin is under .arrest. He did not Proposals for the erection of the By Associated Texas, Dec.Press.28.Twenty :noon stockade when about Bovden 4 o'clock made in his the escape after .
attempt to escape.PENSACOLAS handsome First Methodist church, are Brownsville -

ter of Alderman D'Alemberte's Tow the Disabled to be opened next Tuesday January I citizens testified to-day. in George the Purdy W. Ren-Investigation .I to and capture although him every the guards effort was were made not

1, and it is expected that the contractwill
FLATTERINGREPORt WIN On that I I dell and wife, living across from Fort I.successful
that date.
Successor.The Steamer Manteo. be awarded on Brown swore that they saw soldiers The negro had been serving only
will meet
day the building; committee ; of his eighteen and
shooting from the inside garrison about one year
MADE IN FOOTBALLBOYS and open the bids, and unless they wall and afterward vaulting the wall officers in this city have been notified
all too high one of the contrac- I
are .
Two others of his
the town. escape.THE
residents of Precinct 12 are and invading
The tug Simpson. Captain Fernandez tors will receive the'contract.
now talking over the matter of a successor sailed last night for Egmont Key At the same time the contract for testified soldiers participating to counting in sixteen the !shootingThe negro '
from
to Alderman DAlemberte ,
BY THE SECRETARY OF THE PEN- Fla. where she will take in tow the removing the LeBaron residence from to-mor :
that precinct in the event that the lat--I PLAY GAME AT PALMETTO its present location: to the corner of inquiry will be completed SAND KEYS
ter's seat is declared vacant and several disabled steamer Manteo, which made row.
SACOLA HOME AND SAVING J BEACH AND WIN FROM WAR- Guillemarde and Belmont streets
names have been suggested' in that pert Thursday, while bound from willbe awarded bids having been invited
LIGHT STATION
ASSOCIATION. connection therewith. I Tampa to Mobile. RINGTON.The by the committee. The residence : STEAMER MANTEO
Among the gentlemen talked of who
aldermen are: B. S. The :Manteo wbdcu. is a large passenger Is to be placed at the corner
would make good
Secretary Cary of the Pensacola Williams A. V. Clubbs Jas. T. Ger- and freight steamer, runs between facing Guillemarde Street, and if the i IS DISABLEDTOWED
Home and Savings Association is Robert Heine I Vhilon Pensacolas Jr. and the War- church does not desire to make use
and
elds, D. Hale Wilson Mobile and Tampa,
NOTICE GIVEN THAT'IT WILL RE.
elevens played a of it the building will be rented to I ;
tending out to the stockholders of the W. L. Moyer former Ma.yr C. M. the return trip her propeller shaft rington football I
t&ociatlon his thirty-fifth annual Jones Geo. Clutter, J. N. Broughton, game at Palmetto Beach yesterday desirable parties. The Blount residence CEIVEO AND TRANSMIT MESSAGES .;:
statement of the condition of the association and H. H Boyer. was broken. The owners secured the afternoon which resulted in a 'vic is to remain in its present INTO TAMPA YESTERDAY q

which shows it to be in a These gentlemen are all well known! tug Simpson to go after the vessel, tory for the locals by the score of 18 location and will be used as a par DAYS IN FROM SHIPS. I!",
fcarishing oon tion. In submitting,representative citizens and day one and she will be taken to Mobile for to 11. The star players of the game sonage. -DRIFTED TWO .u,
the report the secretary says: :of them has the ability to make a repairs. were Smattwood. Fell and Sheridanfor Plans and specifications of the proposed GULF-ALL ON BOARD j

I herewith submit to you the good member of the counciL Whoeveris Daring the absence of the Simp Warrington and Gould, L. Shuttle- new church were received some Willis L. Moore, chief of the weather : 1 j!
thirty-fifth semi-annual statement of selected will have to run over again son the tug Nellie has been securedto _worth and Borras for Pensaoolas. The weeks since, being drawn by one of SAFE.By bureau, has issued the following circa : :
tb- Pensacola Home and Savings As- .in the city election next spring. The make her regular runs between this players of the two teams were as follows the moat prominent architects in the! lar letter regarding the Sand Key ;

sociation. 'council may possibly elect the newman city and St. Andrews. : country, especially In planning fine Associated Press. light station: f II
';ui total earnings from June 1., at its next meeting. but this is Warruigton-Ateinger.- left end: structures for use as placee of worship -I Tampa. Dec. 28.-Disabled by a Announcement It hereby made that '
'., to November 30, 1906 inclu-I jhrrdly likely as the citizens of pre- NEGRO PROFESSORSIN Bell, left tackle; Crona, left guard; and if the details of these plansare broken tail shaft and drifting in the the vessel reporting station at Sand i -
stv- Were $7,819.81. jcinct I 12 have not yet expressed themselves Stockard, center; Hanlin right guard; carried out the congregation ;MIl. Gulf of Mexico the steamship 'Manteowas Key. Florida, is prepared to transmit
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\\.> Have 8.872 shares in active the subject and ASHEVILLE. -. of the most handsome and Into this to-day by a
i very fully on Cohron, right end; Sheridan, quarterback have one towed port |and receive messages to and from
op'-ration.. ,tlieir desires!! if the latter can be determined -. ; Fell left hEr; Smallwood, full- conveniently arranged places of wore tug. The'vessel drifted to an Inlet on,passing vessels at night by flash light
ThE dividend for the six months, will of course govern the By Associated Press. back; Wagner captain and right half. ship in the city. It will occupy the the Florida coast and was sighted bya 'signals using the Morse Code as :
tl'
*n ms; Xov. SO, 1906 is 3 per cent. on Greensboro N. C. Dec. 28.-Closing LeBaron secured them relief. All I
council in its selection.HORRIBLE Pensacolas"Borras left end; Watson site now occupied by the pilot who 'found in Part III, International Code '
sum-. ,I' 'nd in on stock issued prior to a three days' session here with appeals tackle DiLustre left guard; E. residence and as the congregationowns on board are safe.SUICIDE I'I of Signals. .'
Jun( i ,,906.! DEEDS OF to the public and negro teachers Shuttleworth; center; Gouldlng right more than half of the block it 1; As this work is new to the station 1

asking their co-operation in the movement right tackle; Barrow will not be crowded for space. ,AT i It will be necessary for vessel masters
BIG WARSAW\ UNKNOWN ITALIAN for the reawakening of the In- guard captain; Caro and quarterback; Gould left The building committee after selecting 'GRANGE GA.By .Ii I to send slowly using special care ha .
terest in education of the negro, the i
half L. Sbwttleworth, fullbaci; the plans of the architect advertised {I spacing and In giving sufficient Coa.trast
;
national association of colored teach
erecting i to the dots and dashes.
By Associated PrelLPortland haiL for proposals for Associated Press.
BROUGHT HERE Ore., Dee. 28.-An unidentified ers or agricultural and mechanical Brougbton right the structure and taere will be a number LaGrange. Ga., Dec. 28.-Frank .
Italian of San Francisco to-day colleges secondary schools and I of prominent firms of the country Bassett of this city cut his throat early
killed a young girl, and fatally schools of higher education, adjourned I submit bids for the work. It Is to-day. After his wound had been,I RAIHSULI DEFIANT
stabbed her aunt, and then killed him.I to-night after deciding to meet in COUNT BONI I DE
CAl'GHT' the desire to award the contract on t dressed by a surgeon he bad a
IN THE GULF BY THE next '
self. S Washington year. the first of the year, and have; the chance to live. but later tore the bandages :
SMACK NAUTILUS AND WILL I CASTELLANERESTORED construction work commence at as I! loose and before aid could be REFUSES TO RESIGNSENDS I.
early a date as possible. [secured te bled to death.

EE SHIPPED NORTH. I Negro May Be Transferred

A big warsaw one of the largest to HIS HAREM TO MOUN.
TO HIS
b. i-aught; this season formed a por- To Different Postoffice YESTERDAY Great Northern Cannot I i-1

ton tl1s!! of the catch of the schooner Nau- a SEAT IN THE FRENCH CHAMBER TAINS AND PREPARES TOt i1 J
which
arrived in port yesterday
worn the gulf Where she had been OF DEPUTIES.By Issue; $60,000,000 Bonds MEET WAR MINISTER.By .
has communicated this '
and
filing! for several days for red snap- Sy Associated Press. the place
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Washington Dec. 2*.-Wilbwt to the dv* service commission. :

Pfr1.The warsaw tipped the scales at 175 and the,only persoa Commissioner Green has replied to IIi Associated Press. tion of tie proceedings to restrain the Associated Press. : _
George a negro George that it is hill prerogative to accept Associated Press.Paris Issue of million dollars -I .Rangier Dee 28.-Raihsoll has refused "
Pounds; at the fish house of Saunders to the vacant Dec. 28.-The. Chamber of SL Paul. Dec 28.-In tie district proposed' sixty :
(0.. where the catch was sold. The eligible for appointment or decline. The matter is Under decided that the lat. court here to-day Judge Orr *lgflq4 aa of new stock on'January the I to resign the goniorsbIp' and i. ..-
nsu was placed clerkship In the post office at'Hatttes- advisement by the authorities. If Deputies to-day directing.tbe Great Northern I fourth. has seat his harem to the mountains ;
In of the ice Boni de Castel- order
boxes, where it will remain one until it burg Miss, and who was_offered the there are grounds for the man's apprehensions -est election to that chamber of Count was a valid one Railroad Company' show cause why The order was made,returnable on I to be protected by Kabyles. &. .. '1

Is s' ppt? to St. Louis or some other position by the postmaster but who he may be transferred. lane and that the Count will at once be re-the temporary injunction should not I January third and will be argued on preparing to meet the forces of.gua. 1

large city to be placed upon the was threatened with mob vengence if i though this Is not usual in case of instated. . .'/"tJ granted pending the.final adjodica-that day. minister Gabbas at Ziaat. -- 4 !t J
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1arket. _..._ accepted says that be la afraid to take threats. . .
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TWO THE' PENSACOLA JOURNAL, SATURDAY MORNING, DECEMBER. 29, 19,08.'i ...... ._ .,.. .
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PEONAGE CASE E IN

Growing Girls

Great Holiday ReductionLadies'


JACLSONYILLE


Growing.girls need care, advice and medicine, and Misses'

especially on reaching the age of puberty. A

mother's tender care and words of caution will Results in Verdict, ,of Acquittal S

often accomplish wonders. As for medicine, a for: Defendant, F. J. SUITS AND CLOAKS

gentle, safe and reliable strengthening tonic is O'Hara.

Wine of Cardui .

It will prevent, and relieve pain regulate the Every Effort Bent by Government I In Black and Blue Cloths, and all tbe Popular Plaids. J

Secure Con-
to 5
Unctions, clear the complexion and strengthenthe .!

constitution.It viction Without PRICES GOOD UNTIL JANUARY 1 1907.

is a valuable medicine for growing girls. It Avail.INTERESTING ,

has tided thousands over a critical period, and TRIAL THROUGH. "

saved them from years of suffering. It can never OUT ABLEST COUNSEL EM. SUITS. "I I CLOAKS.


do harm and is sure to do good.A AN PLOYED ARMY ON OF BOTH WITNESSES SIDES AND EX $45.00 Suits special this sale" $27.50 : $18.50 Cloaks special this sale '$12.50

relief or cure for all female, disorders in girls AMINED. I ,
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and women.At $30.00 $ J 7.50 $18.00 $12.50
Probably one of the most interest
every druggist's in $1.00 bottles. Try it. Ing cases' ever tried in Florida. came $27,50 II. II. .11 $ J7.50 $12.50 $ 8.50
to an end Monday evening when F.'J.O'Hara .
A. 'A. Thompson George Harper "
G. ,F. Burrell, Zach Batten and $25.00 $16.50 $ 9.98 $ 7.50
. WINE Robert L. Avant were acquitted of the "
n charge of conspiracy to hold, and to $22.50 $15.00 $ 9.00 II. $ 7.50
CARDUI I return to a condition of peonage, certain .5
Jews and Germans who had been
OF sent to Hodges & OHara of Buffalo
Kluif, as laborers in their sawmillsand See our big show windows for a few of these

turpentine plants says the Jacksonville .
-- -- -- ----- .

The case Metropolis.has been on trial for twelve styles.Parker. ;

MRS. days, and the jury, after being out
r N1f BAG GETT MANY NEW SUITS
r about fifteen minutes, returned a Y<=T-
diet of not guilty in favor of all the

f defendants The prosecution was represented by Watson & Reese Co.

EXPIRES ATx T ARE FILED IN W.Assistant Russell Attorney, of Washington General ,Charles D. C.; .

I Richard Marks of Jacksonville and .
Miss Quackenboss, of New York City, I. Everything to Wear.
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a lady attorney.

I; MCDAVID I COURT Wm.The Toomer defendants and were Hon.,represented George M.by .. .. ,. ,_ _. . -
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x I Powell of Jacksonville and Hon S. ;. .,." ,. .- - .. ----, .Jii+'t'
I J. Hilburn, of Palatka, who handledthe

The case case in a was very argued able manner.by Assistant forcible and eloquent manner. His' i0N '

ir' Fourteen Actions in Attorney General Russell and :Mr. reference to some of the defendants, as
Aged and Highly Respected Brought Marks for the government and Cols his friends of many .years struck a [ : CHUMUCKLA.Special .
, : Toomer and Hilburn for the defendants tender cord t r ;; ;
Circuit Court Yester- 1
Passes
Lady Away At all of whom made strong ar His arraignment of the alleged I Now
,; gumentsHilburn's peons. as hailing: from the slums of Pay lateri
Her Home. day. Able Argument. i New York, was scathing. His com to The Journal' : ,
It Is generally conceded that the I pliments to Madam Quackenboss were Chunibttckla, Dec. 28-Mr. W. F.Mo-

Mrs X Baggett, wife of Rev. N. Fourteen suits were filed in the office speech of Hon. S. J. Hilburn was one. also interesting. Arthnr made a flying trip to Nora to .
of the ablest addresses ever delivered He also logically demonstrated thata
J3aggett of the clerk of the circuit court day. i
expired yesterday morningat
first be
In the United States Court building.Not condition of peonage must '
3 clock at the family home at yesterday.! It was the last day that I Mr. D. M. 'Walton and family left
the in full shown to exist before there can be a There's
having speech we can $ no need being able
not to with
McDavid. where She has been ill for service' could be obtained for the Jan- only give extracts from it. conspiracy to return one to that condition a few days ago for Orangeburg, S. C. give such a $
several; weeks. While death was not uy: rule day, and consequently thesornejs Mr. Hilburn first. congratulated the He contended that the evidence ., to visit relatives. wonderful-selling this.
rushed 4 I Mr Bonney and family of McRae ,plan as Rockers $L25 to $15. *
unexpected It was nee rthelees a their papers to theo judge and jury for their patience in did not show such a condition ,
bevere shock to her relatives and to have them filed in time.' The the long trial stating that it was a at Maytown Buffalo Bluff or else Ga., are visiting* Mr. and Mrs ,Filing Druggets to $15.' 'Sideboards $15 to $65. Clocks
friends. filed yesterday were as follows great sacrifice on their part to be I where. He a.lso\;demonstrated from ham here.* e
Mrs. Baggett had readied the age Greenhut & Co.'S.. Southern confined to the consideration of this I the evidence that the.alleged peons i JIrs Bonney and Mrs. W. F. Mo- Pictures,..Ranges- Mattings Shades au4 |
i of TO jears, and was most highly AL, lama Mill Co., damages $900. Geo. case so long including ChristmasEve. I sought Mr. O'Hara. at Sanford, desire Arthur made a pleasant visit to the : everything:
respected and esteemed. She leaves T. Morgan attorney for plaintiffs. I. Ing to go with him to Buffalo Bluff in Mineral Springs today. : required: :for the home. tMARSTON
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besides her husband, two sons and J. S. 'Herron vs. Dunwodj Alken :Mr: Hilburn then defined peonage in place of'his forcing them to go; that Mr. Bonney and Pilmgham left s
; i two daughters to mourn her death, Towboat Co., damages $500; Sullivan the: lansuage of Chief Justice Brewer, I the evidence was strongly in favor !of here this morning for Pensacola.Mr. ..
in addition to a large circle of friends & Sullivan attorneys for plaintiffs. of the United States Supreme Court I I the defendants showing that none of R. I. Denmark: was here Tues- : "'. .. -, .
and relatives Her sons and daughters Richard Touart vs. Louisville & and said that the law on the subjectof :the defendants had ever compelledone day 'and enjoyed Christmas- dinner .. : : cf .
Nashville Railroad Co. of the alleged to return; with ;)11:..W F. McArthur and'family1.' :: ; .
are D. G. Baggett; of Atmore, damages $10 peonage .was no new thing; the act peons y,15 .
Ala.; Hon. M. O Bagget and Miss I 000; Jones & Pasco, attorneys for having been passed in 1S66; but that I. but in each case where they had returned Mr. McGlathens and Bill --Wind?
r Mary K Baggett and Miss Lillian plaintiff. thp method of enforcement not residing -. they had been Induced by kind- made a business trip to Pine'. .Barren, .
Bagget, of this city. Joel: Frailer vs T. J. Busey, dam- in the South were brand new ness and reasoning to do so. He here.', today. ,i & QUINA \
The funeral will occur this morning ages $500; Sullivan & Sullivan, attorneys so new, indeed, they dazzled.the eyes exclaimed: "God grant that the time Mr. Cuyler Sailer Is still in- Chu-' ,
at 11 o'clock and the remains placedat : for plaintiff. of all Floridians. He said if those I may never come when we shall con muckla.
rest in the family burying ground Myrtle Bushnell vs. CHas H. llu h- Rise, tender-hearted- persons of the strue outlaws to mean that we can- We have had a 'very fine Christmashere 108-110 S.Palafox St. Phone 149. Pensacola, Fla. {
:at McDavid nell, bill. for divorce; Thos. Pebley, north, Mho had come down here to"not freely approach any man, reasonon and every. one .enjoyed, them. '! .
solicitor for complainant prosecute this case and to enlighten contract with" him, 'on friendly and selves. ......................................................
GOOD WESTERN MEATS. J. P. O'Conner &; CO. \s Atlantic this benighted people, would attend to honest terms' e r Mr. Charles Deaton is visiting 'Mr.
The Parlor Market Js the place to Compress Co., damages $5,300; Blount the situation In..New York, the coal Must Prove Force. .j:H C. McDavid and family. IlsifEiTi>Eas>aBi113 a16IB1<.itaialf>< ........I.I..III.II) > =
buy firstclassestern beef. ?sogrosH & Blount, attorneys.'"' plaintiffs mines of Pennsylvania and other in- The speaker contended that in order Mr. B. V. Holland left here last Sunday e'd M
fed stock sold here Nothingbut William Kirk, et al vs. Daniel Fuller dustrial centers near them.:they would 'to return an alleged peon to a for Donersonvllle, Ga. where he fd M
( the very best and at the same ejectment: Jones & Pasco, attorneys have their hands- full of domestic condition of peonage there must be will spend Christmas: at his;.old borne. p FOR COLD' FEET !
:price paid for the other kind. for il stiffs:: peonage at their ,doors and enough: force jor intimidation that puts the alleged
William Ki: ". Mitchell and Minnie to keep them busy 'at home that!' peon in fear and that the evl-- Water Cure for Constipation.Half a II
MAXIMUM TEMPERATURE 68 would not reauire so many.detectives!dence must show"facts 'on this point a pint of hot water taken half I '
Thomas.CH agent Jones & Pas Ask to be shown pair of
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and spies to ferret out ; our
DEGREES, MINIMUM 58 DEGREESThe co, attorneys f'.: plaintiffs. that the mere statement that he an hour before breakfast will usually A
maximum temperature at Pen- X. Apostle vs William T. Reagan He then stated that he was opposed "feared" or was "intimidated would keep the bowels regular. Harsh cathartics I
sacola yesterday was 63 degrees at damages $200. Thos. .Pebley, attor- to crime la all forms, the crime not be sufficient, as such statementswere should be avoided. When a d j
10:40 a. m., while the minimum t>f ney for plaintiff. of peonage" not being 'an exception.but only"conclusions or opinions of purgative"is' needed, take Chamber f "CUSHION SOLE SHOES I
68 degrees was registered at 6::30 a. Alabama Coffin and CasKet Co. vs. that there was no necessity for the witness; that if such expressionswere lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets.
Last more diligence In the prosecutionof defendants wouldbe mind and in their n ;
m year on the same date the sufficient the They are gentle ac
F. R. .
Pou damages $150 Thos. Peb-
maximum was 60 degrees and the ; persons charged with peonage than I at the mercy of such witness as tion. For sale by "druggists.. 1
minimum 5: degrees. ley, attorney for plaintiffs with other crimes., He said that if I they could not look into his mind to Ladies'e Gent's $4.50. \
The forecast for today is partly Jessie Scarbrough vs. Hattie. Scar- the government was looking for peon i tell its condition. He maintained that BIDS WANTED. D gi
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brought bill for divorce; Henry Bel aee!: it had taken the"wrong case. The facts -
the failed to show pp
cloudy and testimony any
warmer. linger, solicitor for Bids win be received by the buDding 1
complainant. evidence clearly disclosed the fact I that would authorize the jury to find committee of the Palafox Street. Methodist
Chas. Taylor: \s. NelBe' Taylor bill hat these defendants had not committed that the alleged peon was intimidatedor Cfrurch,up to January 1, for removal I I pR
HAIR SOFT AS SILK. for divorce Thos. Pebley, solicitor one act of peonage or conspired forced. He here exclaimed that of the LeBaron house to the corner of I Penacola Shoe Parlors
Belmont and Gulllemarda street Ad. i
New Scientific Treatment Kills Dan for complainantFALCO. to hold or return anyone to a condi- law was based on common sense, andIf dress or apply to A. 1L McMILLAV, liy I ,
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druff Germs, and Makes Hair lion of peonaee. He maintained that they failed to try the case In a com- .:ISdeclt: Secretary. I 3 mi
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in place of the alleged 8
Soft. peons being mon sense manner justice I would not MILLIONAIRE ST. LOUIS S. W. Cor. Intendencia and
It is an accepted fact, a proven fact, mistreated or held or returned ai be done. He disclaimed all liabilityfor BREWER CRITICALLY'ILLSL Baylen Streets.A
'!that dandruff is a germ disease, and peons they had used the money and Saunders, as the defendants were Ii I ..
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fit is also a demonstrated fact that : : no not present, nor did they authorizeany Louis, Dec. 28-Adolphus Busch,
'ewbros Herpicide kills the dandruff service In return, or otherwise reimbursed cruel treatment that he may have :the millionaire brewer, is seriously ill ....... &
, 'permithout dandruff Special to The Journal. the defendants for their expenditures been guilty of. 0 I III V
falling hair his condition is
and .
would stop and thin hair will thicken. Falco, Ala., Dec. 28.-Mr. P. W. on them, but had swindledand At this point Mr. Hilburn took up with pneumonia .
jHerpicide not only kills the dandruff Miles, who has been keeping books defrauded the defendants. the alleged cruelties, and contendedthat II reported as critical. I THE NEW ENGLANDThe
germ; but it also makes hair soft as tor the Falco Mercantile Co., lefta At this point Mr. Hilburn took the the testimony clearly demonstrated -
silk. It is the most delightful hair few days ago to spend Christmas salient points in the evidence and I that the testimony which had come
:dressing made. It cleanses the scalp with friends In Georgia. presented them to the jury in a very alone from these foreigners was false I Watch for the great American people.

I !from dandruff and }keeps it clean and. Miss Emma Miller, of Bagdad, who I and done with a design of creating RESULTS TELLTHERE I l ae.t.h, m ranging from $2.00 up; also a full line I
,healthv. Itching and Irritation are i I has been visiting Mr and :Mrs. A. H. I sympathy among the Jewish Associations '
I instantly! relieved and permanently I Miller, for several days, returned I II 'The Best is What We Sell' with a view of getting some- Waltham and Elgin Watches, as well as Je\velr)' }
Ecured.! There's nothing "just as Wednesday. Miss Miller made many J thing for nothing, which had been the and, fancy goods at prices that,can't be beat.
'good" Take no substitute. Ask for I'I'I I friends during her short stay at Fal I result as evidenced by their neat'appearance
"Herpicide" co. in contract with what it was
BE NO DOUBT ABOUT .
CAN
For sale by w A. DAlPmberte.j Mr and :Mrs Joe Gushing of Brew- IS1a when they came to Florida, showing J. F. DAVISBrent
druggist! and apothecary. 121 South I ton, Ala., are visiting relatives In I from tbe testimony that they had not THE RESULTS IN PENS
,Palafox street, or send lOc in stamps Falco:: this week. done a day's work since the case was Building, 23 S. Palafox Street.
for'sample to the Herpicide Co., Detroit :Mr and Mrs W. Barker., of Roberts I started against these defendants in COLA. YN'
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Mich Ala. are visiting their' s; )n, Mr. July.At .
John R. Baker, the mill foreman at S the close of his address Mr. Hil
this place, and as a consequence some burn was congratulated heartily andit :.
I of their many friends were;treated to is the general opinion of those who Results tell the tale.
:a good old turkey dinner Christmasday. e ,{ lKWgtUer heard him that he delivered one of the All doubt is removed. .
r r II ablest addresses that has ever been PIANOS=GOOD PIANOSA I
A I I delivered to a jury in the United'! The testimony. of a Pensacola cut

Cure for Sore Nipples.As States court room of this city. i zen r
FEW soon as the child is done nursing I Col. comer's Speech.Col. .
t Can be easily Investigated. -
,apply Chamberlain's Salve. Wipe' it 6 Toomer's speech was also a .
BOXESOF off with a soft cloth before allowingthe 4 "'o1tARtE.N R UtPAtfi' e I brilliant the effort.government He attacked had the brought evidence -t What better proof can be had! good piano is cheaper in the end, in the beginning
child to
nurses use this nurse.:with the Many best results.trained out. He scored the running after pub t'[ Mrs Martha A. Stephens, residing 'and all the time.A .

Price 25 cents per box. For r sale by licity on the part of the prosecution, [at 308 East Gadsden St, says: "I

NUNNALLY'S all druggists.. ). e Black.beginning" and her with stories"The of Woman the Willln-In I;have been a friend of Doan's Kidney Watch for 79c is nevertheless watch..

t HOT LUNCH DAILY. ski whippings, the published inter. Pill, for a long time and I always it'of
CANDIES I The Gem Dehcatassen beginning today view of Mr Russell and other similar I recommend them to every one I hear A clothes for the largest man at $4.98 ix:
will serve hot lunches from 11 to instances still suit. -
LEFT. :2 p. m. A steam table has just been Then he attacked the stories told complaining of backache or kidney a
I Everyone knows how nutritiousand i
put in which insures a first class ser appetizing the peanut Is. Madein I by the ovE'rnment"itnesse9, pointed i fills of any kind. This remedy has
vice. The prices of these luncheswill the form of peanut butter it .is out the absurdities of some of the Yet these articles are dear because worthless.
THEY ARE be only 15c. Cold lunch service delicious for everyday use. tales, and in a magnificent peroration been used in my family off and on for
through the day and in the eveningswill BEECHNUTPEANUT characterized the entire affair as a years and the pills have never been The same thing is true of cheap pianos-piano
FRESH. play for sensationalism etc.
continue as heretofore. The bust
ntAss man who wants a quick lunch orwho BUTTERIs He closed with an eloquent appealfor found wanting to anyone requiring a. which are..made like lightning and sound likethunderafter
different from other kinds because kidney medicine. No need hesitate
the one
does defendants. His speech was
not have time to go home to it Is made from the finest
dinner or supper can get a nice little peanuts, in the "Beech.Nut" way.It listened to with marked attention. procuring Doan's Kidney PUls. a little use. -
lunch here at moderate cost. Gumbo makes a very delicious. sandwich i Mr. Russell Speaks. for
they will not be .disappointed In
Sol Cahn & CO. will. ,be .served to-night Glass Jars ..... ,....-.........,..1Octs I.General Assistant Russell United then States made the Attorney closing -'' the results obtained." A Kranich & Bach, Lester, Packard, Cassell,

LODGE OF SORROW. argument.He For sale by all dealers: Price 50 Clutter Piano, last a life time and are always good.
The Pure Food Store. tscambla A. M. win Lodge hold a Lodge No 1$of. F.Sorrow &- Rosenau&Gerelds made it was generally admitted. cents. Foster.Mllburn Co., Buffalo,
Stllthut Comer Palate and Intendtnd Monday evening. December THE FANCY GROCERS. a strong plea, as strong a olea as has New York, sole-agents for the United See them at the Clutter Music Houseoldestand
list, at 8 o'clock. All Masons,. been heard in the United States Courtin States.
Phone jf788 their families and friends of the 116 ST. several largest in the
deceased'brethren are invited to be present -' SOUTH PALAFOX sessions! and closed with Remember the ,state.
W. W. WATfcONf W. M. Phone 391 a forceful urging of a verdict of conviction JlmeDoan'santake
\V. O DAILEY. becretair no other. ; "' .
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Don't Miss Our Overcoat Carnival. Saturday Evening, uu j



Come in and disguise yourself in one of the finest Overcoats for the least 6 to 9 o'clock. fUcu j jAll

money that you ever saw. '

I Here is a warm welcome for you and the whole world will seem warmer Ali invited
/- attend and
are cordially to witness l ft ti*
when you are in one of the garments. i

/ the most tempting bargain sale of the season. I'
OVERCOATS AND CRAVANETTES REDUCED. .

: 'Sg. / This being the second of ,

, $ 8.00 Coat, 20 per cent. off $ 6.40 $18.00 Coat, 20 per cent off $14.40 \ \ anniversary our ,

$10.00 Coat, 20 per cent. off $ 8.00 l $20.00 Coat, 20 per cent off $16.00 =-' business career, we will present to each ,purchaser

$12.50 Coat, 20 per cent. off $10.00 $25.00 Coat, 20 per cent off $20.00 of souvenir of the
$2.00
off $12.00 $27.50 Coat 20 I6 : or over, a occasion rj
$15.00 Coat, 20 per cent per cent off ,. $22. O


See a few samples in our north window. .' ?

Remember this sale only runs one week, ending January 1st. Special Bargains for Men. _

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nil Men's 50c Heavy Fleeced Shirtsor 50 doz. Men's Silk Four-in-hand 20c Wool Socks in blue or gray fU '\4

Drapers, all sizes, in the Scarfs choice patterns worth for .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..15C.ft.
After Supper Sale .. .. .. .35c. 25c, 39c and 50c choice of en Best lOc Seamless Socks in "" I 1;
TMDARDftOTHIWG Men's Natural Wool Shirts and tire line for .. .. .. .. .. .. ..19c.Men's black or fancy, for the After N j
Thiesen Drawers, strictly $1.25 quality, Supper Sale .. .. .. .. .. .. ...7c.Men's "" .
In the After. Supper Sale -. ..95c.Men's 50c Wash Jap Silk Handkerchiefs 15c and 19c seamless silk ) ::
for .. .. -.. .. .. ...35c. '
ru Heavy Fleeced Top Shirts finish Socks in black, per pair m.t' 3
Building. W THIESEniBUILDlHGViClean with collars, 75c value blue onlyto Men 75c White Wash Jap Silk ''finish in black or brown, special :
go at .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .49c. Handkerchiefs, with large embroidered per pair .. .. .. .. .. .12c. N j
ru Men's 65c and 75c :Madrass and initials for .. .. .. ..45cMen's Men's lOc Handkerchief in white Jy .
A t Percale ShIrts, all good styles, or colored for .. .. .. .O'' .. ..7c. ft'C ';
SW .. .. .. .. .. .. 39c Imitation President Men's V T
to go at : 49c. Sc. Handkerchiefs all *
for .. .. .. .. .. 19c.
<0 J1.25 Waohussett Shirts, in white Suspenders white or colored border Ion .. ...Sc.pJ.
one of the requirements of life. or colored, to go in this sale Men's 25c Imitation Guiot French Men's 12.00 Cravenette Overcoats
will always be clean if you nil for .. .. .. ,,.. .. .. .. .. ...95c. Suspenders for .. .. .. .. .. ..19c. to go at .. .. .O' .. '.. ..0$8.95 N i
C I Clothes I ; them to EMANCIPATION I J""" a

New Method Laundry, N

PHONE 1186 E. W. LAWRENCE. Prop. New "etflod Laundry Bldg. W. R3MAU Sf m ;1
.AGENTS WANTED- Special Bargains for Ladies and Children.


BAY ELECTRIC AND SUPPLY COMPANY DAY Will BEOBSERVED I JU -
One lot of :Madras and Percale $1200 aOnd 15.00 Taffeta Silk Best 25c and 35c plain or lace ftl '
Prepared t. 4o all electrical repairing en short notice. Ring phone 870 and a Waists to go in this sale for I'I't $12.00 and $15.00 Taffeta Silk Lisle Hose from 6 to 9 only, jji I' ...f
reproeeutattve'will street dilLV.. T. Bldwell. President and Manager. 205 S. Barlen n, less than cost of material .. '..25c. Suits, stylishly made to go at $9.75 per pair .. .O'' .. .. .. .. .. .21c. JU
$5.00 and $6.50 Taffeta Silk Waistsa $12.00 Ladies' Tailored Jacket Children's 19c Stout Ribbed fit
!N a brdken line in plaid or plain Suits, a greet bargain at .. ,..$7.50 School Hose. .. .. .. .. .. .12c. J'.J
SCARRITT MORENO. J.V silks, to close out for ?: .. ..$3.95 Ladies $600 Tweed Skirts, new Ladies' Best 5c Handkerchiefs, "Ul'I
SAFE OS ALL'D' SCRIPT-IONS. $6.00 Black Taffeta Silk Petticoats queen's gray checks in this sale special .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..3c.
Agent foh Diebold Safe. CtMo.and Lock Co.. COLLECTION OF ru a special bargain for this for .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..- .$3.95 Ladies' Best lOc Handkerchiefs, fjj :
Office!' and Salt'lP'OOm-l1O Canton' E. Gov. St. lit"Y sale .. ..' .. .. .. .'. .. .. ..$3.95 Ladies' Best lOc Seamless Hose special .. .. .. .. ._ .., .. .7c. fU '.
By the Colored Population of !ru One lot of Ladies Jackets a \. for After Supper Sale .. .. ..7J/c. 25c Pure Linen Hemstitched or fit
broken line in tans and black Ladies' Best 16c and 18c Seamless Embroidered Handkerchiefs to..t .
TURTON A. BELL.PHOTOGRAPHERS I r" worth $7.50 to $12.00 to close Hose, in plain or lace styles to go in this sale eo.. .. .. .17c. JW :
..!! Sippliet. finishing! :SINCE..fv }Anttiei 1870.tk CITY TIKES Pensacola on January i out in this sale for .. .. .. ..$4.90 go at, per pair .. .. .. .. ...12c.Children's A sample Line of Ladies' Belts in fft ::
$2.00 Heavy Thibet Cloth Skirts, Best lOc fine Ribbed Velvet, Corduroy, or Kid, to go ,
1. j jI in black or navy, to go for .. ..$1.19 Hose, to go at ".. .. .. .. .. ..7J/c. I at .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .10c. Uru U _t'b. .

.m' P COTlREt.L H OlQ Q HAf H8.ei I!U .acol.. Fl 1*. HEAVY y Emancipation day is to be celebrated i N
in Fenaaoola by the colored population i
I Im
oa January 1.. when a number I remember: Souvenirs will be
rK.. WHJTE 01 &dqfes.will be delivered by I Ir&el Anniversary given away to every
.itckmtket." tsantilMiiriiTg{ J*..*l r.M< OrtduaU"Ciittian. : bola men. The orator of the day
.38&. Piltlw Sbeel Peusicoll. will be John C. Daocy, recorder ofdeeds
About $7,000 In Excess of of Wfcahragtoo, white some of purchaser of $2.00 or between 6 and 9 o'clock.M :
the other speakers will be Rev.,G. W. overt m
Tersely ToldI the Same Date Last Lewis, Rev. Thomas Bellinger, C. H.
I Alston and Thomas Grice.Tb.0 NI
I Year.Tile celebration is to be under the
II 8. \oArd. Esq., of .Hilton, was in anepioes of the Emancipation Celebration
tie city yesterday on a* short feusi Association, and the exercises I T. H. CANNON & CO. f8
ties tlel'LJ1isa I will be conducted in the forenoon '
,1 Laura BrashtoBS* the assistant collection of city, taxes sine Alien Chapel A. M. E. church, and at
depot agent at MUtom is spending they became due.have been highly Big ZIon at night The morning ser
a few days In the city. I satisfactorily, the amount paid into vices will be preceded by a street meaaeaeesaaaaeaaaaaaaaaaaeraaaaa2222222222ae22222eeeamSUIT
parade in which the following will
Dr H. EL Bldridge< of Milton, was the city treasury by: taxpayers /exceddinf participate: Band, Grand Army of the

among the visitors to the city yes ; that of last year on the same Republic Uniform Ranks and Socie- ........ N : ....... 4 '
terday. date.Collector ties. Industrial and Trades Display, I'

Mr and Mrs. Robert Rydberp, of that his books)Whiting showed ye that terdar Op to stated theprcftnt Professional and Business Men. AGAINST BRYAN TAlKS
Women's Committees
Brooklyn, N. Y., who are the guests date he had collected and Auxiliary and i. :
of their parents Mr. and :Mrs. J. T. turned over tb the city treasurer over officers and orators in carriages. 1
Johnson of North Ninth avenue, are $53,000, this being J7.KX( in excess!' of :
the parents of a fine twelve-pound the amount collected up to the same Just a few of the offerings\ : parpose. "Here are

boy. time laet year. The lee collections PENSACOLA FISH L&NI fOR Of CANDIDACY Diamond Rings ....... .$10 DIAMOND to $185 GOODS.Diamond Stick Pins ... ..$5 to $25 :.
The Journal' w.an"tadtt are' bringing are proof that the city ft in good financial I Diamond Brooches .... ...$9 to $50 |I Diamond Lockets .......$10 tor$30 .
If condition and thai the taxpayers :- WATCHES. .
better results than
even ever. took advantage of the discount AND OYSTER CO. Ladies' 0 rise :20-year filled Keystone cases .................-$1250 .
you! have rooms for rent the want ads the Solid Gold U kftret ......._......-._................_.........,..,$22 to to $35$20 :
allowed by to those
w111 rent them: for you. The city is city who set. Solid Gold Diamond set... ....................................... $47 '
last filling! up with strangers who are tle their indebtedness early. Elsewhere in The Journal Says Presidential Nomina- Gentlemen's 12 and T6 size watches .. .............. $14 to $40. ..
The end of this month witnesses the today appears $$1 CHAINS AND LOCKETS.
looking for rooms..o last of the discounts allowed to those the charter of a new organization i Solid gold Neck Chain ................................,.........$350 to $10 2 .
to be known the Penesacola tion Is Something'NoCitizen Solid gold locket ......... ..................,..i......,,
> business was transacted at the who settle early. A disooont of as ,4375 to $16
one Fish & Oyster with Diamond ...........:....................................110 to $30 :
I Frank
special meeting of the Board of Pub- per cent. Is ncrw' ,being allowed as an : Company CUT GLASS.
lic Works yesterday afternoon, the inducement for early payments but Slgarf, L. K. CSartce, B. L.. Clarke J. Should : Cut Glass Pitchers ......................*....................,$..50 to $11.50 i '
board adjourning until 10 o'clock this after January 1st and during that W. Clarke. and 1v. H. Powers as In. Filed Yesterday by Attor- Cut Glass Bowls ...........,...................................$325 to 19.00
; T Cut Glass Vases ................................._......,. .....$225 to $7.00 .
morning when the lighting: service month the payments will be upon a corporators.The .. Decline. Cut Glass Nappies .................................,...............$1.25 to $3 S
of the city will be oonsidered. net basis. Afterwards penalties be- organization will have a capi- neys for Richard Touart, 'i Cut Glass Sugar and -- ".--................$325 to $s.o0
gin and those -pho! postpone making tal stock of J10.000. the stock being Cru218suth..p ; ;; St. :
The tug >'elUe. watch has taken their ;settlements until February wfll equally divided among the five stockholders !'I These are .Imply a few of the many articles I am offering and all of 11 t
the run of the tug Simpson duclne the pay three-fourths of one per cent on and Frank Sigari will be Recently Injured.Jones Topeka, Kas., Dec. 28.-In an interview I| my goods are fully guaranteed.: If not as represented your money back. J
Ltters: trip to Egment Key sailed yesterday every dollar due the city. president of the company with L.:: K. here W. J. Bryan practically
afternoon for St. Andrew:, Clarke vice president.The admitted that he would be a candidatefor : W. A. GAHLENBECK !
where she Kill take in tow lighter BIDS WANTED. new company expects to doan & Pasco attorneys for Rich- the presidential nomination before : 218 South Palafox Street. 4 1J1

loaded with lumber for Pensacola, Bids will be oehNtd by the building over extensive the. business bOetoesa.which It Mr.will take ard Touart, a Creole, who was run the next democratic national convene....................................................:
L M. Rhoda and wife of Milton, committee of the PalAfox Street Ijfetiad*, baa Sigari over by a train north of-the union depot -;tion. _
&!visiting' for ft few toy t In Penra- tat Church up to January 1. for removal; previously: : conducted under the since, and suffered "While I ,have not yet announced r
of the L.Baroa house to the cornet of ,name of the Pensacola byster Depot some months
cola. >JVtr. fthoda that the that I would be a.candldats.safd :Mr.
reports Belmont and OuilTemaTA etrpet Ad- but with Increased, 'capital and the loss of both legs, yesterday filed
duistmajtueinBgs at iUuoa has been dress er apply'to A. M. MciCLLAN, more l Bryan "I have not stated that I would Catarrh c?m Cured SEEK NO FURTHER ;
very brisk, and that nearly all ther.onke'lpe'1'8 18d a4t earetaf3\ help It will do a great deal bigger.bwnaeca. a suit in the circuit tourt against tho not be a candidate and do not intendto. >

are dbotit eqjd out of .pejtenoe. in Mr.tie Scarfs fish and extensive oyster: busi-ex- Louisville & Nashville Railroad for Such .high honor as the, presidential !II Penn Cktsnb One completeS $q YOU HAVE IT HERE j.
nomination is something thrt moo***treatment with stomlzer ATkblrWmodLlqakl .
ut the necessities of life. !;
en-thing ness *;lft be ft age to the the sum of $10,000. Medication. Peon BheemttJon core to jut
should decline.
HiTlstmaa wa spent' very quietly The Sheemen With a Reputation. new Organ tion. The latter is The accident, which deprived no American citizens what you bare been looking fr- 1
with but little disturbance.M omethlng that Pensacola has Ions Touart of his legs, occurred early In Mr. stated Bryan that declared President that Roosevelt he hadnever Coughs and Colds Conquered An Uric Add Destroyer :
needed and it ought to the night. He was going from: his PEX CHEBRT EUXIB.eta Five from Opiate, IodId.of
( them al fancy grocers-Blue ful. prove success home to visit some relatives and in had stolen the thunder of the democratic PoUHh or Mercury.
Ribbon Lemon and Vatrtna. AbliJ tute- crossing the tracks of the road was party although he said the I RUB IT IN _wardrd p p eroos write W tn sample fcr- II IIA ,.
iT p-a-e, go twice as far and the 20PER PAUL JONES'SWORDIN run over by one of the engines and president: was now advocating many PrJTX 1.ISIMEST I .$ria.I I J
Bme Ribbon Flavor" is perfection. NAVY DEPARTMENTWashington both legs so badly mangled that am-i i,things: favored by'that party. REMEDIES I PE.DRlC CO., 1 I
Ask for the 23c;) size. potation was necessary and it was Mr. Bryan said there was no foundation For Sale by all Druggists PIaIIada.,.Pa. } '1(
Dec. 28.-tn practically thought for some days that he could for the story that had been r
ELEC"I'iT Fs"-rriNT.: PAUAFOX the same condition as when it was not survive. printed to the effect that he would
SrREEr ruST VACATir1 BY HARGIS CENTDISCOUNT used by its distinguished owner, the ,If nominated, favor the selection of 1 'I
PARMAcY. LEE DANIEL. Senator W. J. Stone of. Missouri as
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sword of John Paul Jones now rests a
: in the Library of the Navy Depart chairman of the Democratic national I SIDEWALK
CAFFERY'S CONDITION committee."I A GOOD [
ment where it has been placed by I
I II
Commander Reginald Nicholson. It BURTOUOAI have not told anyone anything ;4
NOW is believed that the weapon origin about the organization of the national -:
LELESS i ally was given to Jones by the North I committee," he said.I do not I II
,. By Associated P of that in I want to see on the committee men Gives the most of substantial
Cptr Orleans Carolina family name com- ordinary property an appearance if
'! as abandoned, Dee.All hope on all Shoes and Hosiery plimeat to them. The sword was I who are not good clean men who value. A poor one can ruin the effect of the hand.
Fry of former to-night for the recov- Edwin given by Jones to Theodosla Burr, WORKING HARD want a government for the people somest house and gro nd3. You don't want ,any ragged ti
Caffery United States Senator ( Clapp excepted), un- daughter of Aaron Burr. Theodosia and not for the trusts. I do not care edges to your property. #I

til January 1st. .Get them Burr, after marrying Joseph Alston a to see men on the Illinois.committee" like Among good sidewalks a wen laid concrete one is easily j
do. Opium In Chamberlain's wealthy and talented young planterof Roger Sullivan of best. Lasts longer, costs less for repairs and adds an air of 1
Cough of the railroad legisla-
while you can.MEYER __ South Carolina' who in after years In speaking solid dignity and worth. L ;,
Remedy. B Dec. 28.-Chairman; tion enacted by congress at its last
became governor of the state presented :- Washington We lay such sidewalks and back every one with our guar. .:
There is Rivers and Harbors ciepsion. be stated that he did not believe -
not the of the
least-dangei n giv.1s die jword to Judge Matthew Burton antee. May we estimate on yours?
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I:lg Chambt>rla !l'a cough ec1 to Davis In Charleston, who gate it to committee[ is working night and day the legislation was what it t' ,
wall bill whichIs !should be. but he thinks that the
children appropriation 1-
big
as it contal CO QlJiam Rer. Dr. Du 6chet. of Philadelphia. on the "
C'Iber, harmful drug. U n e.! The fetter gave if to Commodore Sum. to be reported immediately after president took what he could get. He Pensacola Cement Stone Company !
I
-Mished! reputation of more than SHOE CO. mervllle Nicholson, and the Commo the holidays. A full meeting of the said the giving of railroad passes was ,
t. December of the most corrupting influencesexereised'In
'' committee is expected on one
: years as the its
l'O 1. soccessfuluicme dore gave it to present owner
i in use for colds croup and FOR FOLKS Commander Nicholson. 31. when the the entire committee.bill will This be meetIng gone- Bryan this spoke country.Mr. before. the Kansas S. J. Harvey Manager. Telephone 1485.
1,L-uving cough. n always cures and FEET FURNISHERS It Ja thirty inches long beautiful: over by I ij-
c :'asant to take CMHren like it. In design very strong, highly tempered win be for revision and correctionof State Teachers'' Association here. tonight ;

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tfutoIa lJouimdDAILY. i iJ H is. CTer_8CTions- Lait1y ,g lima

it I AMUSEMENTS j II be prescribes Ayers C&ray PcctortI Ims
in dose
touch
Noah and the Commission. Keep with your fani y
SUNDAY. Noah was superintending the stow- the Ctzdisease. ud follow his advice tuefop .
WEEKLY. ; bO--.1 We JOIIM1a j'.15
ing away of the animals in the ark. o ": lP" Lo"
PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY "I don't want to get into" trouble ...tttt.1NN.....I..............................,. ...... -
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.BY... "but this live stock has got to stand
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JOURN I little closer together;' that's all thereis j QIEEI..A.: >1TSE
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THE COMPANY.FRANK about that.
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I ark shortage was worse than a car FRIDAY JANUARY 4thMessrs.
L. MAYES President any G.n.r.l Manager shortage, he thanked heaven that ,
there was. no interestafe commerce Ad
commission to meddle with his trans: Martin &
MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. portation business and proceeded to !. .. Emery'S

turn one of the two giraffes end tot: Colossal Production of Richard
SUBUCRIPTION RATES end to economize space. tira ,' a fir. t

One Tear .. .. ..........$5 00 One Month .. .. ., .. ... 45 Wagner Festival Drama I
Six Months .. ... .. .. .. 2 50 One Week., .. .. .. .. .. 10 resolutionsYou Unnecessary."Bran
new
Three Months. .. .. .. 125 Weekly Edition per year..$! CO needn't make my dear" r-

Said Mrs.: Brown "You've plenty
Leftover, from last year." PARSIFALAdapted
The Only Pensavolm Newspaper From Which a Detailed r .

Circulation Statement Can Be Secured. Japanrater..
About 20,000 people live in the r..
crater of an extinct volcano in Japan. g; r" 7 by .Wm. ,Lynch Roberts and Presentedon

They dwell contentedly In this pit- : Scale of Grandeur Never Before
Rums 38 ( Papers on Sal on TrainstiasleessotRce1600 a Attempted
cEditorial
Fhe { like town surrounded by a vertical
J and :at all News Stands. wall eighty feet high 'rarely making re. Evening Performance at 7145 Prompt. Carriages at 11

a journey into the outer world, and THIS COMPANY POSITIVELY DOES NOT LEAVE SAME NIGHT.
practically forming a little communityby ,
Offices-Journal Building-Corner Intendanela and DeLurva Sts.. themselves. PRICES: $2, ,1.50 $1, 75c & SOc Seats.Late .

train after the performance for BarrancasGet
Money Song.
PENSACOLA FLORIDA SATURDAY MORNING DECEMBER 29. 1906. see the piney dollar '=-
Piled up In the mint.
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see the Shiny dollar 1

Only a few more days and the "newlear' I Derelict Officersof That have never yet been $pent. Your Fruits

will be ready 'to turn over. '
; the Law. Uncle Jam has got 'em I
The, south wishes for Senator Fora- Piled up for you to $ee i

ker a happy and peaceful holiday season i The Journal recently had occasion But you've got to hujtle' "I fix. T'L
Because they are not free. and FireworksFrom
for the south and the big stick .to_call to /the attention of the sheriffs $ee? I

Rill make life miserable for him'wben of the state the necessity of'enforcingthe i

be springs that Brownsville matter in laws against vagrants and the If You Please. .
Mr. Borely-"You don't mind my
the senate. press generally have taken up toe. *
calling you Alice, do your NICK APOSTLE'SFRUIT'
The Lake City Index has come out matter and are calling on these officers Miss Pert-"Not at all, if you don't I
to properly perform their du- mind my not answering )'Qu.'Boston
j.I for Andrew Jackson Montague, of Virginia I
Transcript.
s. for president. Now will the ties.As I STORE, next to
t stated before, the entire blamefor "Write It 1907."
Times-Union to substitute the
i1 agree the nuisance of "these winter "Write It 1$07-
tt red-headed governor: for the cork- ,, "tourists" who come to Florida to Be sure you don't forget The Gem Book Store. < &
. !legged senator !'I But yotfll let a score of letters. I
do anybody and everybody lies with Go 1906 we'll bet
fiL At least two months of the year .the officers of the county charged Large and varied stock

:. 1007 will be interesting .to ,FJoridians I with the proper enforcement of the The Bachelor.A : gPsc -, ,
and to the in I I'It : bachelor is one who has "been
generally, politicians
'n' ''law. The people asked the legislature weighed and found wanting," or one comprising all of the best
particular. The wires, and the solons for cover %'
a law broad enough to who is so conscious of his own defects .t A
:it in Tallahassee will be Kept busy I every case and the vagrancy law on that he dare not be weighed.
Ii during April I and May. The Chicago woman who "could not j things the 'market affords.
_. our.'statutes is sufficient to rid us of love zk- man unless he were pretty" Mr. Austin Webb Who Plays the Part of Mark Overman, in "The One 1 ,

The municipal fight in Tallahassee this particular class of immigrants if will find her match in intelligence in Woman," Will be Remembered as the Actor Who Played the Part

. In February will open up these interacting our officers will only do their duty. a bachelor in Portland, 'Who'-*duld I of Silas Lynch the Negro Lieutant Governor in The Clansman. I.I.I Nuts, raisins candies dried
performances scheduled for The Gainesville Sun in discussing not call the second time on a woman ,
I "because her hands were not*pretty." "The One Woman. volume of blue vapor. lie sets her ,
1907.V.. M. McIntosh, the secretary situation says: Thus trifles make or mar us. I Austin Webb, whom be remembered I the task of encompassing the destruc- fruits novelties etc. We
and treasurer of the internal improvement -j I j I The people generally wIth! the single The chief items in a bachelor's as the actor who played the I tion of Parsifal through her seductive ,

board, is a candidate for mayor exception of the loafer agree economics is baby shoes. The older: part of Silas Lynch the negro lien- methods, and strive as she may
of the capital city. I with The Pensacola Journal that the the man the shorter the courtship.I tenant governor of South Carolina ,in against the odious task, she is constrained guarantee to give you better
law should be and I
vagrant enforced Before 30 a man marries for love after the Clansman last year is a member to obey his behests
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the people of this city and county 30 by accident or "malice afore-I I With a shriek: of despair and horror '
The lower branch of the Florida legislature of -"The.One. .'Woman" company. He
would like to know why ft is not en- thought. Kundry disappears "as ,she+ came. goods and to undersell all
has never had an abler set of I' I was chosen fay-Mr. Dixon to create the
forced. Of all the curses with which Men admire good women-in books! part of MarkljOverman.'the banker, I Klingsor, gfoa&ng over his prospective
men from whom to select a presiding this city and county is afflicted blind In real life the 'rakish woman receives In this neatest Dtzvrr- *" I I victim continues in Ma weird and uncanny -
j ay.
officer. Of the three announced candidates ..tigers and vagrants are the greatest the most admiration and cap. I II Mr. Webb had many excitingltipios incantations.: Of a, sudden the small fruit stores. ttNick's

Carter and Williams are!i!. We'understand that Sheriff Fennellof tures the most hearts. .[: last seamen, especially in Mobile Scene vanishes and in its place Is
i I If, by chance a man marries a Rood.i / Beautiful
//brought to view the wq&df&usly -
'Alachua made raid -wl are ,he was compelled to wear a.
lasers, and Matthews is a newspaperman recently a on I
he shows his
appreciation by
oman i,
ii I Flower Garden with Us'tropical
[Mullet proof coat. received warningI
and banker. a blind tiger settlement in that county neglecting her and seeking the society i
and variegated foliage and: flowers
I. that he would be shot sight Special
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and c ptured'several illegal "booze of the frivolous. I I i.I ,
and its
denizens of loveliness -
officers traced the warning laterto sarpasotng Fruit Store.
\Ve call the
attention of the
he A man marries a fool and then marvels -j I II the Flower,.Maidens.. The ,wholsmagical
Union to the following from Time&I I i shops. If is as vigilant after the that he bas.not a wise wife Had.I ,,. F. Gray a merchant who was .
change ao deftly: arranged in
vagrants he is'afterTe blind tigers later arrested on thatheatre
she had of she would;
I a grain sense
Pensacola Journal of Tuesday: "Now, revolver ft'
realitythat seems quite In keeping
soon with: a large in his I
j tie can rid Alachua county of not have attracted him.
that the Daniel boom has about belt.: \vtth the apparent occult powers of

blown over we arc anxiously awaiting (he- nuisance. I women A bachelor better thinks than they he understands understand I I In ttie new play the part which Mr. the arch wizard Klin&sor. DiI!;;; I; hllilllllfl: l ; :: ::: :: :::! :: ; ; ::11111:111I1: ::; ;::: I Ift
Of all :the counties in the state Owing to-thd unusual length of theperformance -
Webb 1SisqnUdasdUflcult Silas
for the next man up" Will the I themselves, and the women smile and as a
bade) is, perhaps, the worst af- keep silent A married man conI Lynch, and he has made: great impression the curtain will rise on
Times-Union stand for this contemptuous flicted with these,"tourists" becauseof I fides in his wife; a, bachelor babbles as the treasurer of the the first: act promptly a.t' 7:45 p. m
dismissal?-Live Oak Dem There are four acts, each one of which MUSIC LESSONS FREE
the class of rich people who to the world. Brotherhood of Man in the cities
ocrat. I go I Girls the men that keeps you guessing where "The One Woman"" has already I requires about forty minutes for its 15.0
there annually 'to spend the winters,
isn't worth guessing at; he is a played. Under the personal direction enactment. The intermissions are I
The Tampa Tribune notes the fact :and on account of the large numberof human nonentity and he is that be- of Thomas Dixon this beautiful comparatively short and iie ilnaa cue

that Florida is greater than the combined laborers employed on the East cause he hasn't force enough to be play will be seen at the opera house tain falls at eleven o'clock. It is etc

areas of Connecticut Delaware Coast railway extension near that city. something definite.A on January 3. There will be a late of the rules of the performance: and if -

District of (,:Columbia Massachusetts The Miami Metropolis in a recent issue widower is wiser than a bachelor train to Barrancas: for this occasion. the management gives tAe assurance For a few' weeks we offer those who ]
having had and lost a home and that the ride will be strictly enforced
New Hampshire New Jersey says: wife and is able to appreciate both. that every one must be seated te- I
t Rhode Island Vermont Maryland The Pensacola Journal Is callingfor "Parsifal. fore tits' theatre darkened, which || buy a piano or organ from us 50 Free | |

and the embryo state of Porto an enforcement of the vagrancylaw. One of the most striking scenes to means before the music begins. Late
t Rico and those who think Florida avery ., Brother we fear you are $ be witnessed in the many presentedin comers win not be shown to their i| Music Lessons. Cut out the following f .

wasting your breath and time on an frd2 DECISION OFSECRETARY the forthcoming production of seats until the conclusion of the Act.
small state might be surprised issue that has been forgotten. The STRAUS 'ff "Parsifal" is the transformation of Warning of the approach for time of and mail it to whether xa
E to learn that from Pensacota to Key Metropolis has called loud and patiently iA the magician KHngsor's castle to the commencement will be given by | coupon us, stating |

; West bywayof Miami. isnearly nine : for the very same; thing, but fe Savannah: News. magnificent Flower Garden vision of i trumpeters the lobby entrance. I
; hundred miles. the ears of our officials are deaf or <;to' beaijty and entrancement. A late train will be run to Barrancas I piano or organ is wanted: |gHI
their blind. If Kandry has been summoned, by for the **
eyes you are up * * * * occasion. '
t Some days ago the Journal attempted against like we are on the vagrancy KliLg )r to appear in his magic castle Y
to pay a tribute to Dade county's proposition we not only extend The more the decision of Secretory but hesitates to comply with his "Buster Brown.
r senator but the Miami Metropolis our sympathy but our most sincere: 1 Straus of the department of commands, being fearful of his power Buster Brown his dog Tige." and COUPON. .
Pity.If. commerce and labor in the South Car- I and design his friend, "Mary Jane," together! witha .
teems to have misunderstood us and :the "ears of Dade county's officials olina Immigration case' Is studied the sly use of his necromaU acts an4 big chorus of pretty girls will be1gen I HI

calls for a "more explicit statement." "are deaf and their foUnd" dearer it becomes that it is of the his compact with the eni one, Kund*? jn Pensacola' in the early part I wish'to buy a. ,. . . . and please i II
Well here it is. We said no land eye greatest importance to the south. The is compelled to bend t6 his will and t of January. The date will be announced -
to this question we would suggest to wizardMke den in a later.
In his
grants to railroads would likely get fact that he refused to answer the appears :
through! the legislature without a protest The Metropolis that there is a big hypothetical questions submitted to send me a Catalogue, with full information as
man over at Tallahassee who is who is at the headof % ?
elected him by Mr. Oliver,
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from jour senator. That Senator Straus decision stands. Instead of e % % % c ai& .

Hudson is loyal to the people of to see that among other things the a Georgia matter Immigration of great movementisn't consequence the southern cities being overstocked I i to your offer of fifty free music lessons. I It
these sheriffs do perform their duties very with foreigners 'lacking 'in me tfiali- PRESS VIEWS OF iEl : .
the whole to the :
state as well as people but it is important that fie I
make them good THE PRESIDENT fE
l ties to
properly. Miami above all the townsin necessary
shall stand the bouth Carolina de
of his demon by .
:: district was amply citizens 'there will fce Name . . . . . -
the state should be rid of this classof cision. Under it This state. for instance comparativelyfew I : ; . . .? .
strated in the last legislature when he immigrants In the ciiies. The ;, ii if. .* -M- 'iI- tt -. .
:L made his brilliant fight on the origi- visitors and if the people of that send agents to Europe and great majority of them will And places :JI:i . : '
it :
licits such immigration as Sustained the Shock.
nal Key West railroad extension bill.) city make the proper demand on their sires. Just The danger, of getting a 10-1 in the fields and' mills. Tadsouth The country sustained the shock oftfa :t RO. . ,. .,. . . .'. .-.-: . . . .
It was due to his efforts that the sheriff and let him understand that shod id sptwe no effort to hold'fast I
F.( of immigrants that isn't desired will president's message with utmost
.
to the Straus decision. It offers the
original bill was modified, and the objectionable they mean business there is little be avoided. Only those that will help Jf Immigrants calmness.-Miami News.A Business .. . . . .
hope of getting the kind < I . . . .
i features eliminated. There doubt but that he will "get busy" upbuild the state will be selected. It II
the southern people want, .
along this line. is true that those who furnish the Hedger.Oh ;
f are few more conscientious honorable -
or money will run some risk, but the yes! Mr. Roosevelt is a PLUNGER I
b men in the state than Fred M. The question of the enforcement of risk isn't great. When the immigi all right; but then, history

Hudson and no member of the Florida the vagrancy: law lies entirely with .ats arrive all of them will be free : JOE BAILEY'S TROUBLES. teaches us that be is about as much of E. E.

f legislature who is more watchful of the sheriffs and police officers of the to choose the kind of worn they will t a HEDGER as he is a plunger.-Jack- i FORBES PIANO CO.

her interests. state. If any community in the stateis do, but as care will be taken in select- .$-Hi- J.XoHSena.tor 60sniUe Floridian. ,

worried by ,these tramps it is to ing them those .who are familiar with brave Spirit of the Vigilantes.The JAMES 0. SMITH
Bailey is making a H Mgr. Mobile Ala.
The mills and
Live Oak Democrat wants to mill work will go to the ,
their sheriff that they must appeal. fight for his politcal: Me and the president will not use the army
keep the solons who meet in Tallahassee those who want to enter another field ::!I!! ,!; :: :1
It the sheriff does his duly the judges of endeavor will find employment in country rather hopes that the facts and navy to put Jap children into ; 1.1 I! :I/I""I'I"I/ ''I' ,L !III 1111:1: : =
next spring free from the- JournaL the Frisco schools. The spirit of the 1ri
will doubtless see to it that the defendants those fields. They 'will be directedto are on his side.-Atlanta
Vigilantes of 1856 still lives
temptation of "appetizers, or "eyeopeners" out that
get the ma.ximum'punish- them. It is apparent therefore that Looks like Hon. Joseph W. Bailey, way.-Atlanta JournaL ,
and comes out strongly there will not be a great deal of diffi ,
ment and it. They DRINK
these "tourists" will be of Texas is "up against .
against the sale of liquor in Leon culty in distributing the immigrantsso "the ." Lucky Man With Enemies. ,
to have him with good* -
made to feel and understand, and seem \
once
county In discussing the movementIn that those who contribute to the Lake City Index. Roosevelt is a lucky man in the f Jackson Square Coffee"You
that county for the reopening i of for all, that Florida does not desire immigration fund will be satisfied. selection of enemies fate makes for f'
this! immigration of their class. If the number of the sort of laborers They've got Senator Bailey badly him. Foraker of Ohio is leading the I
question the Democrat will find
says: Again we say "Mr. Sheriff, do your 'that can be obtained by this meansis pestered over in Texas but he Is halloo on the discharge of .the negro'', your grocer has it
Let us all'unite to keep Tallahassee large it is evident that the negroes meeting his enemies in the open and soldiers for rloting.TampaTImes.. j

dry at any cost. The legislature duty. will find plenty of competitionin making a game flgfet! -Albany, (Ga.) Price 25c. per pound.We .
will meet there in a few months and their own field. This compel Herald. That Colored Regiment j

it should be a matter of solicitude It seems to be a certainty that W. tion 'will have one of two results. It Roosevelt bas fired out a colored 'I) -
t all over the state to solons It would wise Senator Bailey I guarantee the quality of this Coffee.
save our A. )Williams of St. Augustine will will cause the negroes to become be for regiment for shooting up a town but
from temptation and give them an more efficient and industrious or it not to take aa a personal affront the it seems he will listen to the back : .
environment that will encourage clear be in the race for speaker of the will drive them out of the neld which resolution of a Texas congressman; pressure being brought to bear one, IMPORTERS COFFEE CO., Ltd.

heads In the important work of repealing house. Mr. MacWilliaxns is an energetic they now practically: monopolize.It I forbidding any congressman to accepta him ,and recind the order. "Oh consistency -*

old laws and making new and enthusiastic man and a polItical la a fact that is beginning to attract fee from corporations.-Atlanta thou art a jewel SHAME!-j : 3 New Orleans U. S. A. :

ones. The whiskey element is agitating fighter of no little repute. He attention that the Italians that,Journal Alachua Post I I
to reintroduce the saloons at have settled in Mississippi, and in
the Rate capital and if it shall suc- has served In both branches of the portions of Louisiana and Arkansas.

ceed it will have a bad moral effect allover legislature and Tas adjutant-general of are giving'a great dealing of satisfac-

Florida and operate to discourage the state and if he is elected speaker tion. They are thrifty and industrious -

: that splendid and conquering he will make an able officer. and are getting ahead in the
presiding


.1 l in through whiskey the reformspirit larger traffic the cities.state to its and For now last driving this stronghold sweeping reason the have The been skirts officially of the placed ladles on of the Tampa list,. and world.as this farmers As from laborers will other be they the they parts are case are progressive.And of with efficient'Europe immigrants -. Pa ntalion C h iii ill G uri is &ua ra nisi


of works
t public by the
the city
renewal of the issue in Leon coun- council
if agents of the states are permitted
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ty becomes a matter of interest out although they fall outside the corporate to select them and that will be, To Cure
aids that count they or Money Refunded by Your Merchant. So.'WhY'Not Try IT trice, SOc Retail.
limits. '
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esteem have gone up wonderfully nevertheless Garments In creamy white caracul the 1 R F Little Whims of as ion- ome Timely

there has seldom been a season undyed .skin are charming: to a degree. lit;
*ben furs of aU descriptions were so For children it Is used fully as much as

strenuously to demand. Is ermine while for the adult generation Touches Toilette. i I
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London Is the fur market of the world. tbe younger section of society have takento ,
and every March there Is held series of It enthusiastically. In short garments
auction sales there when the a raw skins Is Its vogue most pronounced, and the ia Trailing Garla.d. of flowers are floe of a frock that Is good, even t&ovgh ,

that have been collected from all over the fussy and frilly styles prove most at- deftly fashioned from the gold and the be but the lining.

ders.world are From disposed of to the highest bid tractive.The gray-a smoky tint-and the browna silver tissue cloths that one may purchaseby The old Style congress gaiter Is back Ji JiIt

Porky: Mountains beyond on the the American Andes and the curious blending of smoke gray :yellow the yard at the trimming counter. again In the woman's shoe section, and t

; from beyond the Uralian chain Continent that and brown. one that really defies Vastly effective they are. too when dOlI'" many there be among us who will be gladto
divides Europe from verbal description-one sees In snappy with the sterna cunningly made of collar welcome It back. For all-around convenience
Asia and the Illmaisras. .
that serve as a boundary between- little coats usually with a modicum of : 4 S bone-Just tbe same featherbone as we there has been nothing that toot "

the British civilization of India and tbe the undyed creamy pelt for trimming; I Nt { 4 have been using for several years to make Its place for even a moment. Just a pull ,
and of the fads of tbe br '
1 .known heathens of Inner Thibet hunters one prettiest sea- our collars stand up to the way they and the shoe was on to stay OB, and tier
Don employs a little toqne and a muff en
sId trappers send their entire catch to \ f ought to do-covered with the same tissueas was no vexatious breaking < ,ton} to be suite with the fur coat. Indeed this Is a
t -rters have disposed of. Our American little fashion that extends Itself and Is to forms the flowers. Roses and dahlias hunting In vain for a mislaid buttonhook I

< spelled to a strange to experience in being be seen 10'all of the fashionable pelts, are the most effective blossoms and their In the days when the congress gaiter was !
London
go for some furs
I'm! are caught bat a few hundred milesaa'v from imperial Russian sable down'to an fashioning is comparatively easy, the the fashionably footwear. For the Information .

from their workshops. Just whatever* inexpensive' Siberian sqnirreh Such hats gauze being backed with white crinoline of those who don't know it, this

rncCT rule In London for the raw skins require but a modicum of trimming sscuzSc I.in'r ,'- to mate It stand well oat and'the leaves style of shoe Is made with a short vamp :

sets the price at retail for the finished elaborate since the fur In Itself ls supposed with to be c 1 vetoed with a slivered or gilt ,wire-as the fronts running op unbroken to well !

product, the cost of Import. labor and great_ amount, enough'of garniture to dispense on the bat any the occasion may demand-to make them above the ankle, and the sides fined In : ? .

workmanship Aid of course being added. lint It Is In black that caracul finds hold the shape. with a section of elastic webbing which ;ci t

IICUrrently so it is contributed that several to this causes marked have Its most universal, acceptance. .The for richness-and. Incidentally the cost-of Ti lit- url Persian Lamb [ Empire Mode in Caracul Figure Use are better defined' as yields sufficiently to allow the foot to be ?I i'; ,

5'' ':Hy in the fur market. The Busso- is smooth and glossy, presenting a moire her choicest productions. the season advances. The French woman Inserted and closes up snugly around the

:apanese "lr really wrought havoc with surface that reflects every passing gleam For several seasons sealskin has been I has always adhered to the defined line of ankles when tile foot Is to position. !Fi 1
the sable of light In a soft and artistic manner. In the background and one saw but little The close and tight curl In Persian That Caracul Is to prove far and away
and ermine supply since all the already the figure. With her eves the Empire Usually there are a few trimming button : i ion l'
The fur of the season is '
skin the
Itself Is' It most stylish
flUab:. so supple that re- of It and beard less. Such models aa ap- lamb, that which closely approaches pie I
tinned, for men wherever situated were sponds Instantly to clever manipulation peared were of the plainer and quietersorts breltscnwans or baby lamb In effect finds an accepted (fact a foregone cooelusion. gown defines the figure through its soft the enter tide, placed where they 1'

Jrlfot .ere the war and the usual Indus. and there Is simply no end to the effects and hardly any trimming was ever the bands of the upert One sees it everywhere In all sorts folds quite as well u does the- closer simulate a buttoned fastening but to j
The > J>perforce suspended I that a well-equipped furrier cannot turnout to be noted upon those. Indeed there U appreciation at of conjunctions and fashioned Into garments molded princes The I'readi1Jomu.', some of the new models' even this concession ;i fi
form of the
flayed, earthquakes trld.s In Chill and In Peru In this satisfactory fnr. no fur on the catalogue that responds so furrier and Is used to some of every conceivable style shape waists are invariably built .a perfectly to th* usual b omitted. ''ir
with tnedellc"te supply ot chin- Short most attractive designs,, that the season and size that may find a place upon the
tblJu.! coats of eton order long coats of little to the blandishments of the trimmer &
those cut and fully boned linings. The shapingand Shoalder Ka.(> and breast knots
"'hose little Jr&y pelts empire persuasion, and all of the gar ; and when one considers what aa presents. A really modish model one current category of fashion. White gray
Itall "UII Is no thicker and no stronger ments of both coat cape and dolman de- Important part the trimmer plays In current which will answer delightfully for almost and smoke-brown-a curious combinationof boning of the lining are important floating ribbons are to be observed ft* tt I
It Jpol'Uon a'cede glove bat whose vogue fa 1D. scription that will fit to between those furry fashions it can readily be seen any occasion any requirement. Is pictured gray brown and yellow this latter to her and with true French economy many of the baby robes that are lIDo j

It really to Its periehableness two extremes find their best' acceptance why sealskin has been neglected. here and dignity as well as style mark shade ii, and one that really defies a she very often makes good quality weu- ported from France the tradition
Un!; sables goes'lead without saying that Rus- in caracnL While as for draped muffs Now' however that the seal catch has Its lines; plainly. The usual coat cut Is verbal descriptIon-are much used; bnt the familiar shaped lining answer' fee two dresses. for a girt and blue for a boy seemingly rH t

from time Immemorial the fashion Procession. and toques there is no other fur-It we reached almost the Infinitesimal proportJOIlS the back and fronts both following black dye with which we the are richest more effect She never thinks of discarding any porSealskln being more observed over there than here. : }i
dark followed makes for
been the sables barel except baby lamb-that will drop so .naturally compared to what It used to be, the really i
vatsiogub most l costly> > Items In the furrier" Into soft and becoming lines. cost has Increased enormously. The a plastron design and fancy black Tbe-'n-wai&ted: Empire effect is :!

Lgler! its and the darter the skin the But while this black fur finds many woman who has set her heart on possessing braid cleverly used to outline this effect employed to delightful advantage In this {

f.lll as thick price IIndsoa Bay sables while uses In the current mode. It has by no a sealskin coat this season most reckon The long lines of the cat and the application glossy and Irregularly fitted marked and fur. Tile is Returns to Favor. .I .
and one
l.lIter: In Color AI furry are so much means dethroned ermine from Its placeas well the cost ere she males op her : of the braid trimming In such wise body part Is loosely
C'lum: of their that they lack the chief the for par excellence for-the younger mind that nothing else will do for at the this slender effect U a likely to welcome the return of the highstorm I II
emphasise
Russian couslus" Some fur- 'AS to collar: that proves both comfortable I For several seasons there have ap- of ail furs there has cropped np A demand

to tare more manIplilate these latter dyeing them generation Some of the daintiest designs that have spring sales each the what raw pelts they fetched'exactly did two matter tbat will go far to make this style and becoming after the tees reign of the peared but few models In sealskin, and for this plain and dart pelt among
five times
cloSt'll rears for several seasons to come small
blltate one ; supplemented by
blOt to anyone the Russian fur; ever' been put forth from the furrier's a staple collarless finish those have been chiefly t1bo b" ever owned the ago. while the length of the coat Is such as to cravats and other neat coverings that nave
real Russian *f good MU* Md shop are made opla tils, snowy fur Russian pony Is climbing Into popularity adequate proteeti>n<"for the vital reigned for so long. The skirts are Of and quieter sort. For"-one thing this shall not be dupiicsted In copies to b. t -1
Coloring. the ln Short 'and snappy little jackets: a few chiefly because this season It is for the. afford dense and dark fur the multitude. Sealskin Is five
>PsiUoa Is readily ap- of the body during tilt most severe .aa extremely full circular cut. setting responds but little worn by 1
Invent pony coats and muffs and neckpieces galore to black parts
good
: Short
time presented a
first weather. smoothly at toe top and falling la full to the blandishments of the trimmer and times as expensive as It ever was before 11
flat to say oqthing of Its countless applications seen mostly In this with eIther the '
coats are folds tbe bem. foiness
s'sson: uraclll Is already Is really the fur of the for trimming' effect In coiner fancy braids or some otter fur :Tor"trimming. A little cravat Jo ermine Is passed and being rippling cleverly Increased to the use of a the trimmer is altogether, the most Important and therefore It behooves the woman

:'gone an accepted tact_ tion with other furs.Anjthlcs around the neck in order to bvercom the circular flat fiounce! as a finish.! Interlocking person on the furrier's staff just who has planned to achieve a sealskin.

etap! or,condualoaot Inezpenslytied that It Is at au more universally! becoming As for the Curs that are snown'Ie. the i I ajloz effect that black produces below the torts nuke for a good effect end sowBet with the marked scarcity of garment as her ChristtM *r dew Year's 1

fur: but It domes gloUl. ,well- tbaajbe little ermine scarfs and cravats sections devoted to automobile dress this 'face, and tbe same little touch of trimming serve to conceal the.' line of joining the 1t.-allklB-tlie catch this list year has cot present to see to It that ehe Has the

I t :seen sables and about mIdway that ap.earh1e year hue seldom, been l. hardly the time ana plate for their I U used on the edge of the sleeve body of and sUrer skirt-e.broldered port onL whiii velvet tittle are squaretain sparingly been one-tenth of what It haa.base heretofore wherewithal T* r wiry a ?ravel 1),1' np amales .
+ ermine on the one seen and the milliner Is hue advantage discussion. They as that ererquoted'author -
; taking
rsd Ud the cheaper I caR with excellent results. used with excellent: results. -and the general rise la ike price cp her wsu.. v
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... .. ......0............... ...... .... L. S. BROWN 6
.. LESLIE E BROOKS


: PENSACOLA REAL ESTATE it i-Is Insurance &, Real EstateReal For Rent ;"WE SELL LOTS"12)rP"or' Ii YOU 'In New City Lots i



: Enhancing In Value Each Day .: Upon DeLuna St.NO'VREADYFour y I $25 Cash :

8 6050-foot lot 'northeast MONEY
.
ner DeSoto and ''E"' streets. I $10 a Month :

WE OFFER A FEW BARGAINS and
: i estate bought 500 Takes both blocks 113 and .

.. Which will realize a good profit to you on short holdings, and our : sold on commission. Rents West King Tract. lots: is limited, and unless :

: complete list Is always open for your inspection. collected and repairs attended rooms over Chamber of $420O2stormodern residence on I. '
be l late. You
Gregory street near too cannot buy a :

: Improved Property. : to. Commerce, at from $4 to $10COO-Elegant home on North HID : cash. at this price. Lots are in :

2 J210&-WHI buy a new, or.e-story cottage on East Gadsden street, centrally Can place your money on $1.50 each per month. bay.ner lot. elevation overlooks- i City.' :

.. 'located. .i 8 Clean and airy. .
real at cent. light
12200- buy a 2.story dwelling and store building on the northeast estate per $3500_: -room cottage with 5 lots '
comer of Garden and 10th avenue. :Modern conveniences. west corner Cervantes and free. No taxes. No interest.
S3350-Gets a bargain In 6 cottages on large corner lot, centrally located : FOR RENT. streets. f J
: on West End, renting at $460 per year. READY ABOUT January -
nSO-TakCl a very desirable brick building. centrally located on large lot, 6-room house all modern $7000-2 houses and lot 121x192 on
:. and carrying lease of five years at $900 per year. ': 20th-New three- Chase street. rents $42.00. f Real .Eslate and Insurance :

: Unimproved Property. conveniences, corner Jacksonand story building contain- $3650 -(-room cottage in 3 lots en I Phone 462 112 S. Palafox! < Sl :
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i. Guillemard. fronting public square, also
: lots North Hill fronting two streets. ing two stores on ground line East Hill.
10 building on
S'WTCO for ...... ....t.6.
Gets front location containing 15 lots, In business center. ......"
$6300! a bay
floor and twelve 'rooms $2400- -room. -story brick and

: City Maps. : LESLIE E BROOKSReal on second and third modern Porcelain!! dwelling tub and corner range lot go'

: Have you an up-to-date map of the city? Phone us for one, or send $2.00 : floors. All modern con- price FOR RENT
by mail. $S3.4tor()(( modern residence, ,
.
Collections and Fire Insurance. Estate veniences.For Jackson street.
: Rent :
F. F. $2700- Ifo. 1421 East Jackson January I 1907 the
: Given especial attention. We solicit a share of your patronage. : and Insurance. terms see car line. and overlooking ,

Phone 462. 112 S. Palafox. Bingham orMcDAVIDHYER new house, built for a home. stores Nos. 9 and J 1J J

i HOOTON .& WATSON S 850-Cottage No. ill North 6th ,
small but comfortable little
warehouse
CO. in rear 40
: THE RENTAL AGENTS : Desirable building lots in fy
every

::: REAL ESTATE, LOANS AND INSURANCE. .: THE BEST YET! Ants New York tIff XT cUt you have property to sell now by W m. Johnson & Son

No. 37 South Palafox St. Phone 54 : Life Insurancs Company. line! to see us.' aa we have BRENT Brent
omers wanting homes from $1000 Building
Established 1879. ,
i 100 EAST GOVERNMENT ST..

.. o++....................... ......................! We have for Bale lots""to block 101 East Phone 700. Pensacola. Fla. .

King Tract at $100 each $5 down and $s ...,j offices in the Brent
per month. No interest and no taxes L. S. BROWN &
, until paid for.

HELP WANTED. 'WANTED. We have a nice comfortable house on

I .\A."n1IA IT or 18-year-old! bay who WANTED! -Dressmaking of any descrip, Worth Coyle stfeet that we can sell for Real Estate, Loans and
afraid of work. :No) cigarettefimokJrV tion. Call at 815 East Gadsden. or (1100( on easy payments.We For 5Sllle
need apply. 1L & O. Clothing phone 1011. Mrs. M. J. Lessler. 29decl- Thelsen Bldg.
-Jaec have a nice six-room cottage with :
RAILROAD
ton- THE PUBLIC tit know that the B. H. large lot. on East Hill on car line and COMPANY.

1t HELP "TEP-Wanted two or threefrstclasB FaIrchild Co.. is now prepared to renovate near .hard This road that we can sell for Between Pensacola and Points
3000.( is one of the best bargains North.

feeders llanlstce! yellow pine Mill graders Co.. Mamstee and two, bolsters all kind In first-class of mattresses style, and pillows at lowest and- offered a mortgage here recently.for large Will amount agree of to carry the New READ:. UP

Ala. 28dec prices. Ring up phone *35: write P. chase price at 8 per cent. pur- Begin Trains No*.
$3700.For
I. : O. box 483 or call 15 East Garden street ? 1

I WANTED-Men to learn barber trade. upstairs. Sdeclm One hundred and fifty by three hundred block 210, New City TractS | \.-.0', ........._........Ar SiWamj. 4:0\-(
Great demand for barbers. Top wages feet on Little Bayou with two cottages { tg ornery.......,,.,,...... j .:a pm.n: iian:
, paid. Hundred of good opportunities to WANTED-Some one or means who will renting for $11 per montn, $1500. rnlng.bam._....,.,_..._.Lv .4.oPmlIi'a
open bu Def<1 wllfl small chance capital.In Few the care for and educate briirnt boy. 14 In Your Own \ ........;..._....".L j 1Aamf 2:21r;
weoks completes. Best years old. Apply Pearl Eagan Home or Ten lots on public the $750.
, mailed square. near : "( ....... ........ ...._ -.
R world for poor man. .Catalogue Mrs. Wm. Fisher. President 18nov Stoddard property very cheap at $850. ) \ .Ax $:$iaini i." a,
: free. Mobler Barber College) New Orleans -.. For lots 16 and 11, block 100, New City ........_.,._... LV t 3:00am 91;>..
, La. 23declw WANTKLV-All kinds beer bottles. I pay Tract. .51Louis .._....::......... Lv I l:45pm: 13"t
, 15c d&zen. I handle all leading brands : j .Nashytfle..a.Ar
: WANTED bookkeeper. Apply by hter *- of wines beers ana whiskies, and still :: : .Louisville..........t .....Lv !! 8:27iun4%: 5aml! 2aj!
r at once (not In person). One who manufacture that well-established corgh D. HALE WILSON & CO .. | .Cincinnati..,..............Lv J flOticpm4! 0-1'-:0 t.t-::%!
700
has experience in retaO store preferred. medicine. Joe Roth. corner Tarragena $375.For $i -Buys a four room cottage
Please stats salary expectedatson.. and Government S's. fleet summer kitchen on East
& Reese Co. 23deo 1100 cash the rest at MOBILE AND NEW ORLEANS.
Parker $
30 S. PALAFOX STREET lots 13 and 14, of block 131, New month.$1350Cetta.
TAILORING !* Diamond. Tailor City Tract. 30ft J 1&4 5& '
ANT: INTELLIGENT PERSON may earn Gent's clothing cleaned. pressed and repaired : .Peuaoola....
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$7.. to J100\) monthly corresponding fornewpaper4. on short notice.. No. 11 V& Wet five-room home with : \) \ ..Mobile.....Lv Ar I 6.00aI! | :?0pm
PHONE 234 on East Hill, \ : |11l 4:90PIDj 1p
=- Sure steady work. Nocanvassing. Government SL. Pensacola. Fla. near car line. ( | Orleans....,.. Lv
: Experience unnecessary. cash $15 per month. I Slpm4. S:27ar::
Send for particulars. Press syndicate.Lockport WANTED-A. R. Bingham wants your $1875For
,. *. T. 21dec3m moving and hauling. He guaranteesall 60 feet on the North Side of Government $3200-For a nice new two-story JUNCTION AND JACKSONVILLE.
breakage., Phone 630. FOR SALE.FOR eight rooms bath gas I J do no stop ata sta- j 2 r -
street by 125 feet on the eastside I I 4 1 i
WANTED-White girl to do general WANTED-The Merchants Transfer Co. of Maxent street has a large 2- Can hall etc., near car line.' East J ( n o time shown | Daily L Daily ]_Dally

housework. Apply 1292 East Gadsden wants your roovirisf and hauling. Al SALE-One 35 IL P. boiler and story store and dwelling house on same. want up a bargain.or see me quickly | .Flomaton..Ar : Sam l:45pml g:25am

street. 16dec2w breakage guaranteed. T. B. Thors, engine with new saw mill complete / ) .Century......._. ( 1:4Oam: ( l3ptn 8JtAni: '
office Proprietor. Phone 978. Also one Perkins Shingle machine with ; Springs....._ 'l',: !am lZipm* 8:15Ao

WANTED wish to -locate Manager here tor in branch Pensacola.: Address we- W.\NTED-AU kinds of electrical work.I Bolters packers complete. Capacity 30,000 :Money to loan at. lowest. market rate ........_ .'lHamj': 19pm1 8fl6.un
wtth references. The :Morris sell all kinds of electrical batteries shingles per day. Flomaton Hardware of interest. .' Barren.__ .U08&m 1: .pml:07pre 7:":elr.
an-1 other electrical supplies.' When Co.. Flomaton. Ala. 30dec2t Mortgages en real estate In this Co Y | > oIioo.._.,_,.. 'i1i9pmI im7Ma
Wholesale House, Cincinaati Ohio. : you city Ro ( .
intette.........
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lldeclm need me ring 245 c:' 956.. E. W. Peake. bought and sold. -l1:5lplII U&irrn.
New Star Laundrv Bids. C. Garden. FOR SALE-Morse and buggy and one All of the Maxent Tract. west of "CT ; HiII_.._. 'l1:44pm1'liipm1', '{a,
fine milch cow. Horse safe for lady or street now for sale. ....... 'i1:40p.s 3lftprn: la'
TYPEWRITER OPERATOR WANTEDto WANTED-Second-hand sacks of all descriptions child to drive. Apply to J. M. Williams 200 Thiesen Building. ) UonzaIea....... .... l1:35pmf.l1ep: ::. "aJ."'!
take dictation from office
grapho- wanted. If out of town. ship Opposite Jug Factory, or phone 907. : Roberts....._.. 'l3:33pnjI'l2:4L1: :' 7 _fa/Jj
phone. No Noae knowledge of stenography sd them to us; If In town, ring us up at No.. 28declw Phone 686. : ...Qlive._._. -1F.32pta'l2.2.p;; Ii..=,
needed. but
operator n*
expert
S34. or bring then to us at corner ot : ,..Brent. lil5piRen. : Clan
apply. Densmore machine used. Apply Chase and Alcaniz Sts. F. S. Mellen & FOR SALE-House and lot at 1013 Eut f.u1111g....."_""" ,,. ll.1lpm :.Upm ;,
'I.
in person at once to The Clutter Music Co. 2Sjuly Jackson street J1.600. Apply to 0. A. Fisher Real Estate Agency Pensacola......Lv ll:05pni UrlOpn "pm
House. lldec .
Dahlstrom. 1013 East Jackson street or
, 818 South Palafox. FOR SALE
27Deolm COLLECTION OF RENTS A I I 1\ f op at stations where no I 2 TT ,

MONEY TO LOAN.THOS FOR SALE-A modern wonder. The mechanical ISnov'T. | it shown lDatly|Daily Oaf":

LOST. accountant saves men, money, SPECIALTY. Pensacola......_.._..Ar j i0i, lllT' .:..
PEBLET-Money to loan. brains. Adds multiplies, substracts. di. MILK COWS AT : .Bohemia........_..__.... ....... .10:". .....
LOST Dee. :6. a maU round locket. corner Palafox and Romana Upstairs Sta.- vides. by simply pressing the ke.s. Easy Phone 87. 206 8. Palafox St jI'I. | Gull Pomt....___,,>....... -10:33..10:'< ... .
with initials "O. A. D." engraved on 8dec to operate. Absolutely accurate. Two .. ..YnJe tra ............._. .. ....h .10:..c .
one side. Reward for return to 810 East sets dials by which can prove work as Twelve EsrraUa ...._...._..1.. .10I.IO! : .....
r.adsden street 29dec3t UNLIMITED amount of money to loan done. Has no lever. Casts but little. A. Cows-good < Ml lat..u .-10i9"106.' ...".
on all kinds of personal property. special modern woncter.M.Every office annual. have from Wm. ,! .. Harp .ir:5Sr7. ... 10:31'! .!..,...
A. Da /
one. Terms. Co. Box %3, Pensa
LOST-Out of man wagon the 26th inst.. rates to business men on large loans. Some. ers- Ray's Gait :: : .10:21 .. ....
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about 6:30 1\nt m, between depot andpostoQioe. The New York Loan Co., 204* South! cola. Fla. :3declm VeryDesirable December 31 ;\ :: Milton .......,..._.._.. "ib'.Ji 10.11" ...
a case oontalniu R. P. o. Palafox. Phone 920. %%dec FOR SALE AT A BARGAINHarnessfactory Monday, ; Raoge..............,....-... ...e .:..3.. .
supplies and some personal effects belonging and : \ ........ .... 9:1tj;; ..
tannery conveniently local .
a.
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to J. IL Jones. Jr. A liberal reward UNLIMITED amount of money to loan on ed. new buildings and up-to-date ma IHIomes m.McMillan \ "iaiis w.i' .. Sill 1.53i... ...
will be paid if left at postot! ce. all kinds personal property. on short chinery. Address .'.Fa tory," Care this & Turton OrM'\'f _..,.._.._.b1",..,#. .. 9:04 ':iSi, >
29dec2t notice. Terms Easy. Get my rates before paper. 16decJw >: .Deer Land................ .. $:O2. ..
KSTRATED Sorrel going re.photr91t'an Co., 120 West Intendencia -Mosav 1ie.t4.; ,................. .1 5j3.S 7.40 .
hands. Left- Sunday mare December mule about:23. Regard 15 11814 South; Palafox. 22deciiy FOR SALE-Two launches: one 26 O.-A For Salle.On | .. tat Sprir1g..... .r- 8:13 Cli ...
for return: to Pensacola Liverv- :: LOANED on real estate I <4 feet beam; oak timbers; white cedar |, : ..Aryle...........:...TT.... 7:44'' ':'!I'. .... .
Stables. 2Sdeclw- and planking; copper fastening; eqU 'ped with e DtL40n.......?......... S 7:9I, 1:%" .
personal property W. on short notice.. an 8 1LP. 2-cyllnder 2 cycle Wolverine FOR SALE. : Wes\tUle...._..._..._.... 7:171: 5:001.: .. .
Terms eea' J- Bullard ZS H South .CaryvIle...... ..... .
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LOST-Christmas day, buggy eneine. She has half-cabin. Speed 71 .r" 7:12: : ,
robe block on one M>. r:1tI brtgttt. red Pa.oX) St. t'bone,1144. miles and in fine running condition. Price* ioItUaj..._.,........:..... .. :Ril $:21'/I.!! .... .
flowers on other. Lost either between 1AN LEND YOUR MONEy at 1 1750.( Also one tf(-ft launch; 6-foo FOR SALE-Good of turpentine place at .Cripl.r: ....-..-- -....- 8.37;; 4liif.. .
St. iflcha'a cemetery and 9th avenue onGregs' lIer cent If you have any that eight i beam; 1% H.P. kerosene engine copper gain. Plenty" Box 135 timber, Panama and bands. : : .AY'ocr ......_."--.,..... 6:211; ) 4.S l.... .
or I return lo .tto North Barj-len street. -ill be absolutely safe on real It' J150. Apply King & Runyan Pensacola. ,I car line. a two-etory, 8-room modern i : MarlaiiDa...........'....... I ilIO 3: !, .
27dec4tESTKATED security. Leslie E. Brooks. Phone estate 452. I]I 1 dec; .1.home. house in splendid condition. recently TREES-Shade. ornamental fruit : : ; .Cytoress..., -,......,...... f' :;:f:15,; : 51..r.. ,
or .
overhauled and all kinds also hedge plants : Grand JUdge.4.! ............ 5'J: 3:07.. ... .
-From Bob McLaughlin'sstable. MONEY TO LOAN-Enr.body bc.rrowsI I,FOR SALE Two buggies very cheap:; I.gas city water throughout bath large deep lot painted best; ano: planted by: S. D. Jaokson on : ..Saead* ......,............ !I- :inj 2!: .... .
Mo2no. Dec. 2. one dark Chest- money from Jno. A. Hall & Co., 14j Apply 104 East Wright street. ldeclm,I i J neighborhood in city-500000. ,, to suit purchasers. Best references. : : \ :; : Junctioa............. .. I S:19!! %; 81.. .....
nut sorrel horse, reached tail mane, front Fl Government St. When In need call : dress S. D. Jackson, CitY I % ............ .L 9.05 .
feet shod: aleo' bay mare bobtail ed. About ', FOR SALE-200-arpent country place 7- i 4.0\rif
old. us.M'lNEY mile tj 5-room cottage and hail bath |jA3fl I I
four years Aainformation sent to miles from Pensacola. short west :| and [ [
"'m. A. Trlnuner. Ifolino, will be paid LOANED on all kinds of of Olive station and posteiSce. known SA ,shower!' bath. hot and cold water cabinet FOR SALE. Liver Pointer and puppies white. beau I 3 caj.y wwoa h Ile.pmltcl'r between. Penea-
for if it leads to recovery of horses. lob conal property on short notice. Terms per- 7-mile touse on old Jackson re*d. Iii acresfenced ,mantles modern throughout oceupyto Sked. June 22. Sold one : : Junction and Seaboard Air Line.
gas;
Motangtdhi. %7decLOTLady'e c-Ksy. J. B Gray & Co., 2 W. Romsoa. and cross-fenced with woven wl e'fent'e. ''j i a 4 4 block of ground on East Hill block Brbnw.. A. ITcCreary. Evergreen
leone 1111;). ifebUNLIMITED balance partly cleared partly fine'from car line good neighborhood-$3000.
purse between depot and timber. Fine oaks. pear, chestnut anti -_.- ---
Spring street, on Belmont Contained! amount of money to loan other trees. Stream miming thiucU;J i :Uc1 m ;-To'n cottage reception ball,, SHIP CHANDLERS McKlMie o.
another small purse and jro gold coin ..n all kinds of personal property. Specitl 'many springs on ptace able horse, buggy I II ;*?fi front gallery, on corner lot 50x157H. & Co., wholesale and retail ship THE NEW BAY
and several bills. Reward for return to rates to business men on large harness wagon and tarml too3! ; 3 7..1;tw ti blecks trfsn car line on East HID; lers and grocers. Only first-class
Hiss Bell Roade. S17 North Spring St. Jt:;ns. The New York Loan Co.. 204 Vi I room houses. 1 50.Coot stat..e. with tTOS sJhcuse?I new lot nicely laid off wth prett'dowers of kind in city. Fair prices to all. SHORE SCHEDULE
2tdeclw 2'th Palafox. ,rooms; 1 25-foot barn and other O'Jt1 1'! large stables fronts south. It ;

LOST-On Monday. December 24. a roundgold j houses. Suitable: for sanitation, couatrj- ;Us j cheap at $2450.00. I FOR SALEAt a bargain a (Effective Dec 31.. 13C6.)
I club, factcry. brewery or stock farmlc : I
pin with monogtam M. L. B. Reward I outfit good asnew; one SUNDAY. toPen.acola.Fort
for aei2i.g-ewnar has
Reason
no ta
one
for return to E. S. Bonacker, !2North HOTELS. barber chair; one dozen excellent on. Barrancas.
Go\Trnment street room 10. I I manage place. Great bargain! ad invest-I mugs. brushes and combs. Ac! Leave Penl cola. Leave Ft. Barranca
mart or for one looking for good farmIng i
:.decl w 11. Armstrong Sneads. Fla. $ 8.00: am HJOO! aa
THE TASKER HOUSE. MariannaFLt.. land. For particulars addiess E. W. .1Peak" 1 11:00 am J:0f(
centrally located. Rates $1.00 t* tl.23 Pensacola Fla.. New Laundrybchcilng. in as a 1 ))0 : pr
FOR SALE-Bargain -room : pm %:00 J!:"
per day. Transient: only. Wilson Taskfr 'I. East Chase street. laec J. W. Bullock Jr.Real at Cottage Hill, Fla. Terms to 2:00: pm 2:00: p
: BOARD AND ROOMS. prop. ISdeaHOTEL ace fnrit flowers and garden. A 3:'* pm. 4:60 pm
p(3AL75.40CO0 acres round timber
fl' Egbelt'iieaU. 4:00: pm fciw pm
MANhATTAN-European; plan. i i land. 12,590 saw mitt timber and saw I 5:00 pm CW: pm
FITRNISIIED rooms for rent with privi New management: Remodeled and refurnished -I j iTnliU, !:-room hotel at a bargain. Sevi Estate and Mortgage Loans -- .-- <:00 pm ;:00 pm
lege of light housekeeping. Apply 2541E. throug:10U1Rooms singie I eral good farms and town prcptrljej.Write :. I' and _
f ensutw with private Satfc. Eectrj! bot.1 'MISCELLANEOUS:
Gregory. .2Dec2w5 Sample rooaii Ujistalrs corner G.J'\I.: I Gentry: & SetterlUxd, Cblpiey, Pia.2sept. i i.' Room 302 Brent Building. yi -' to WEEK.DAYS.PensacolaFt. Barranca.
I and Biylen. Pnoae 1523.:: ilrs. ii _
j it. i .: I Leave Pensacola. .
P.OOMS FOR RENT CHEAP-Two nice 'I MATTBKSS'AND :FCRNITTTRE Leave Barren *
Proprietress.
ITfE-'eaTty
r Iy furnished upstair rooms. suitable for ; ::!dec I' PANAMA CANAL EDITION of T.e Phone 637 tresses made to order and also & 7:15 am JJW an
: light hcfUFekeeptag. close to car line, high LOCKHART HOTEL Lockhart. Ala.. Journal magnliicw illustrated I i vated; new ticks furnished. New ... 8:50: am 11:00 a>v12.C0 .
and healthy. Use of phone and containing ft views oft pm 200
gas. Apply I new :aaagKtnt, newly magazine scores i cond-hana furniture modem or ; f
i at all East Strong St. or phone 'nice rooms. Bath and all renovtej, i i i t tie city and harbor. Fez- sale t all tiqu*. bought and sold. Davis 3.50 ptn too P
1212. 27d* 'I Special attention to traveling accornoiodations. -1 1!I book stores or at The Journal olflca. B;j turing Co.. Hi East,. Belmont <:00 pm P'
men. ]I mail 20 cents. flees t 1 Phone IlL 8:00 "pm J:00 [)'D
Special rates to weekly boarders.Rodgers.
J.
FOR REN'r-Fumtshed rooms "*!th privilege i UP TO = DATE
t of light housekeeping.! 212 West Prop. Etaov 'FOR SALE-A fine tract of land near 1 = MISS LEILA REESE has fresh cut write Pensacola.Bf9 Bay ...
t Ore-gory. 26declm* II BROWN HOCSE-D5XntaS r-rnvs.1 I city. Part heavily timbered: fart ers on hand. Orders taken for Leave Pensacola Leave Big Ba '
I cleared. Call phone -S3: ; or address lilt j i 6:00 am 6:20 -
f Good beds. airy rooms, elegant 2-story, 19-room house, with plot of occasions. Phone 182. 7:00 '
j FOR r.ENT-IJ'.o furnished rooms suit11 I ; East: 'Gadsden. ISsovlanCONKETS < am 7:30
l able for llitU housekeeping. Apply 3ul I free bath and sample rooms. Special I I ground 140x200:! feet in excellent locality CARRIAGE Ga. 8.00: ara 8:30;
West Chase street. 2Jdec ''I attention to traveling men. Rates $:'OO I I celebrated Roup Cure. WAGON AND 940 am 1:30
Cholera
: per day. J. R. Brow::. Prop. ? U cash balance on time. Modem; are now In our new quarters 10:00 am 10.39
cure lice and mite kil'er as well i Intendencia entrance also at 215 I
.
FOR RKXT One I I 11:04 am 11X9
.' unfurnlsji- Apply large room.24 South furnishedor Spring I HOTEL 80UTHER.OPen all the as an unexcelled, and a Egg splendid Prolucer.grade .Allguaranteed of I Improvements. and prepared bnildin to do everything and in 12-00 pm 12:34
street only 2 Mocks from Palafox. ISdec year. American and European plan. and carriage repah1 & 1:00 pm 1:30 <
wheat that will make your fowls lay. F. 923
i Special summer rates. First-class in S. Uellen & Co.. Pensa I4. Fla Phone Price $5500. l.. Herring Phone ; City. 2:00 pm %:20
FORItENT-Roms for rent with privilege every respect. Pleasant and conven- I 334. Tnov 3:00 pm 3:30 t'
f ->t light housekeeping. Phone and ient. Mrs. T. L. Bowen. ProP.. Pensa MATTRESSES desiredGuaranteed.RENOVATED-New. 4:00: pm 4.30 i
cola. Fla. furnished if 6:00 I/::O
Bath. Apply 500( East Jackson St. 9dec ISapr FOR SALE-Come quick If wanton pm f'
you and matting laid.
FOR RENT.Two pet taken up ':00 pm 6:9):: r
f.; itOOMS TO"RKXT-Best In city. Mrs. 11.t BAY HOTEL-Open night and day. European them.and Two one high-class cheap hordes saddle, two horse good Is orders at Watson. Parker Reese 7-iO pm 7TO:: r'
B. Preston 12SH East Government' plan. Rooms light and clean. all I have left of the car load I got last Wesley Duncan. 8:00 pm l.3'; 1 p
large brick 140 and
Transient trade : stores. 106.
( dec solicited. 575-573 South I also have two secondhandtop ':00 pm 5:7':: 1) p:
Monday.
CPHOLSTE&INO SHOP
Palafox. Jog, S. Nicolau. MILTON 10:00 10 .M"
: Prop. In East side of : pm :
buggies good condition for sale Tarragona street between Proprietor. Furniture .
BOOMS-Nicely furnished upstairs coneniznt lie SlimS, 11:00 pm 11'3 1) t
t \ to car line with or without cheap. T. E. Welles. ladectf Romana and Intendencia. Elegant location pairing of all kinds carpets laid, Pensacola-Bur Bayou same as a'.
board. 1:0:: ::: East Gadsden street. FOR RENT.FOR for $33.00per tune packed for shipping. Phone day except that first car leaves .'
M clm. I I'FOR S.-\LE-Just received fresh flashlights warehouse purposes, Next to Tampa landing. % ) 7 a. m.
and launch batteries. Phone month for the two. 'Saturday only.
'c NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS for rent. RENT-From' the 1st of January '3..;>. E. W. Peake New Star Laundry H. ALFMAN-Tin Copper and
with or without board. Table board. I the store No. 329 W. Government St., ;building. Iron Worker cornice work and
'.i Phone gas and bath. No. 3 Palafox. I I27nev now occupied by N. Goldrlnir, as a bar- THOS. PEBLEY. lights a specialty: roofing CREW NOTICE.
room. Inquire of Mrs. S. Beirne. No. 217 FOR SALE-One nne wan Case 25! feet repairing 109 East Government Captain. Ow .
Neither the
', :North Cw aUos St. 23declw i long, 8 feet high. with ribbon case 10 nous* bunding. Phone 560. Jtell : of the 8'
: feet long separate. Will make fine display Romana Palafox. 1315.J. nor Consignees
ROOM-Two furnished front rooms.utabe and phone ship Capers, will be re?'
FOR RENT-At Big Bayou, 7-room, 2- case for any kind of merchandise. '
\! for light housekeeping. Use slbfe for debts contrct.tthe
i of< phone and bath. Apply 822 East story house. Bath and kitchen, all furnished I,Apply to E. L. 'Reese 17 North Palafox. ... H PORTER. saUmaker. TIC _ Crew of said vft*<*.
". Gadbdcu. or Phone S37. 25nov : $24 per month: also 4-rooms, kitchen SOnovlm Palafox street. Orders taken for : G. COSTA NZO
and ball vnfurnished
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$17.50. Fisher THOS. PEBLEY awnings camp stools and house GULF TRANSIT CO.. OpCons'.gnee. !-
-'- ----- Real Estate Agency.20$ South Palafox. FOR SALE and Immediate delivery, one etc. Prices reasonable. .
't 16dec automatic- tandem compound center

.i EDUCATIONAL. .i crank steam engine of about 150 horsepower REAL ESTATEBOUGHT CREW NOTICE. .
FOR RENT-Two nice.double stores
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on and two return tubular Neither the Capt? O r" "
| East Intendencia street. between Pala- inches diameter by 1C feet long. 'i'"fJ.i AND SOLD. FOR ADOPTION.FOR nor C **ls **3 of ".' U.
fox and Tarragona. at
Inquire the Fisher particulars apply Stone & Webster Eng & Irisbrcx.K .
steamship
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GEORGIA SENSIBA. graduate of Real Estate Agency. 22nov Corporation. Box 830. Pensacola. 14nov COLLECTIONSLOANS ; responsible for u Ktraited
Knox College IlL. and Ferris Kindergarten ADOPTION One orphan by f'a crew of ss j
;; College. Jlioh.. will reopen her FOR RENT-A. R. Bingham has storage FOR SALE CHEAP-Almost new :Hehlen years old. Will be given for vesseL LOXALD *
,
Kindergarten Dec. Sl-st at her home. 812 room for rent. suitable for furniture & Sons' piano in handsome rosewood to responsible_parties. For
i t 12th: street. Terms The pr week or JJ.W. I or other rooos. 104 and IOC South Tarragona rase. A bargain. Piano an be seen aptly Pearl Earan Home, or Mrs. ,. PEXSACOXA LUMBER. CO..
t per ronth.I 23declm Iit.reeL Phone 633. I I PHONE 53. .
.. t bl calling at the Kandy E1 Jwa. JoeL Fisher. President. Tenn. "..IUII..eu.THE .
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THE, PENSACOLA JOURNAL, SATU RD A f=MORNING I ,DECEMBER 29, 1908. PAGE SEV N. .. 11
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Lciii-T ALLIE RIERA .' FRED SCHAD J DIRECTORYPROFESSIONAL.
MINER'SREMARLABLE [I] ;jI 11 SHiPPIN NEWS


Don't ForgetTO Ir I GEM SALOON I .I :


GET VESSELS IN PORT. ". W. B. BARTON f .'!
Steam mp.. RIERA &. SCHAD Proprietors. *
There'sthe Anna, Aust ss; Redaaeicb. 1039. Guada- Attorney At Law. .. ;
New Year's Cakesw. loupe to Gull Transit Co.August .
Belmont Br ss, Clarke, %K1, Offices Fisher Banding Falafox street. t i

Have the Best In Town. life Newcastle, Aust to Gulf ss.Transit Dasulich Co.Arlstea %.%34. Philadelphia ; ; States Will practice in all the state and United '; 4:.,:
CourtTwent7tbreo yearn' ex-
Transit Co. I WinenUquodrsoo: I
I and.j to Gulf I perience. -
FRUIT CAKE A SPECIALTY, RESCUE Buckminster. Br ss, Hadaway, 1297 Cigars 'f
and everytHbtg else In the of Fare to J. A. Merritt & Co. \

Eating Line. .; youthin !,to Capera Gulf Transit hal ss,Co.Castanzo, 3211, Uessena T. G. YATES, M. D.. 1. 4

Refreshments of all kinds. I every Gulf Cycle.Transit Br 88 Co., Long 2227, Rio Janlero to | All Leading Brands of Beers. t Optician. ,

Prices always reasonable. I bottle. $1I : Earlswood, Br ss, Feyn 1180 Tamptco DELICATESSAN LUNCH ROOM IN CONNECTION. *
Phone 134. Was Entombed In Shaft of i to J. A. Merritt & Co. 306 Thiesen Building.Twenty .
Postoffiee.
Opposite I Ifl'iierailaj I Hornsund Ger ss Behrens, 1609 Hamburg years' experience/ is an Ey. .. -
!
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to master. The Following Brands of Whiskies Always in
I Strexlithehisj Specialist. Examination free.
Mine for Kerr
Sixteen Inshrook, Br ss. 1950 Norfolk to
t Adda .e. life il Pensaoola Lumber Co. Stock: J .
Place.
Nick's
I Yilllu,011 Glencoe. Br ss. Cooper 1S39 New York OOOOOOOOOOOOOOGOOOOOOOOOOOI

"> Days. I haJterfect trUa to Louise.J. A. llerritt Ger as.&Helbeck C' ins. Gulfport : Jesse Moore AA Novena J L. C. PHILLIPS, Ph.

No.2. \ AD Iood-dWell 1 to W. PowelL Ships. : Full Dress John Cribbie Scotch i Homeopathic. '

HOLLOW IRON PIPE: RUN DOWN tl seIligN don Avantl.to order.Nor shin Anderson 1648 Lon : Antediluvian John De War & Sons Scotch I 1 Office PHYSICIAN and Residence.and-SURGEON.12 N. MI j

SO FEET AND LIQUID FOOD "E&i"- Ferreira master. Port s_ Barros, lOG, Lisbonto t Old Crow Munson's Rye : Hour*: 9 to 11 .. m. 1 te 5 p. I

>:::'"""'--- Harbinger Rus SL. 1399, AIgoa Bay Wilson Phone 65. ;
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Hermitage
BUYING YOUR PASSED THROUGH IT-THEN y:5: AT TAI to maater. : oooooocoooooocoooooooooooo_ _ .
% Hlldegard. Ger ship. Bolmdorf 1610 for : Old Kentucky Colonel Cascade and others : ->.
WORKED NIGHT AND DAY TO Bremen with 1004.266 s ft lumber; for Frederick Ausfeld. F. M. BlooM

Brake Ingrid with Nor 175,917 ship s Lannell ft lumber., 1260, Ant- | 210 South Palafox St. PENSACOLA Fla. AUSFIELD & BLOUNT
SAVE HIM.
frjuJaIi5fteiJW(4Yourseff1
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[ werp to McK. Oerting & Co. ;
Holiday Gifts Architects p12.314 -
/ Barks.AlfhiM. ..................................................... Brent Bid;.. 43 Mate Bid 3, 4

The New Orleans Picayune says: to master.. Swed bk Svensen. .1332, Durban Pensacola Fla. Montgomery, Ala.

The of a miner In Californiawho 1100.
rescue Campbell. Nor bk Hausken.
entombed in Guaranteed under the National Pure Stavanger to McK. Oerting & Co. WM. A. BORMANS, ;
had been the shaftof .
don t forget you can be accommodated Food and Drugs Act.MCMILLAN Charles Racine Nor bk, Waage.. 1526 I
a mine for sixteen days and the Genoa to master. Brick Lime Portland Cement Architect and Superintendent

with the choicet story of the uethods resorted to in GusUf Adolf Swed bk Sjoberg, 1463, Office-305 Brent Building. _>,
rescuing him are among the most Bremen to J. A. :Merritt &; Co. Phone 823. Pensacola. Fla. -;
of useful articles for the BROS.CO.: ) Rosario
: Hereford Nor bk. Jensen 1380
remarkable occurrences which have full for
to order. Always a supply kept ready quick delivery. .

Men, Youth and Boys, at taken seventeen place days in recent ago a "cave years. in"About occurred ?;;UFAUReFls to Heimdal order. Nor bk. Hensen. 1354. HuD Contractors will find it decidedly to their advantageto SECRET SOCIETIES. '- :

prices that make buying a 1ESTILtMRLETREPORT Ingebiorr. Nor bk ES!. 1250 East.Lon
in the shaft of a mine being don to order. submit estimate for our prices on all Building Material -
I pleasure. worked at a place called Bakersfield TUlWt Isabel Browne Sins bk Undqulst 1231. PENSACOLA LCDGE. NO. 3.Pensacola .
I Hull to master. including Hardware.Saunders Lodge No. S. K. of P. -
in California. The shaft which was meets every; Monday evening at 7:SO
Youth's Suits in Nor bk. 1030. Santosto
and Lilla .aDollBen.
Men's about 80 feet deep, was thereby filled order. .- o'clock at their temporary Castle flail 1

Black, Blue and Fancy, with earth rock and other debris Lysglint, Nor bk. Hansen. 1332, Swakop- Mill Company over Visiting Pou's brethren stable cordially west Intendencla welcomed. St. -'
JIcK. Oerting & Co
and it was naturally supposed that mund to E. H. DEXNARD
C. C.
from $7.50 to $30.Boys' the men working at the bottom of & Lynn Maria to master.Gar bk. French. 1922, Kings Phone 71 7'. 21 Cast Garden Street H. HORSLER, K. Of B. & 'S. "-

Suits, ages 3 to 17, all the shaft had been killed.It Olivarl. Ital bit. Costa' Genoa to or- -------- -- DAUGHTERS OF REBECCA. .
was only sixty hours'after the accident der. 1127 Bahia Naomi Lodge No. 10. Daughters of ." :
from $1.50to Ophelia Nor bk Larsson ,
styles Rebecca. meets every Monday night at
that several men working at Blanca to Gulf Transit Co.
S o'clock in I. O. O. F. halL Visiting
$8.50.Men's the entrance of the shaft discovereda COPPER Mnnil LEr ALA4WOMKEKS'-"ETAL- Pallas Nor bk Johnson. 1219 Plymouth sisters cordially be present
,
I .1n.rtutt
SMITHS to A. Zelius. ;
persistent the iron rail MRS. J. N. O.
Hats from the 50c tapping on Phyllis. Nor bk. Gabrielson. 932. Belfast ..
which descended into the pit and to McK. Oertln & Co. H. G. DeSILVA & COMPANY _MRS._ _HATTIE_ _KKVILLE._ _ _Sec_,_ .1
Crusher to the $5 Knox. along which the car used for remov. Robert Scrafton Nor bk Morthensen RATHBONE LODGE NO. 30. '1
&64, Barbadoes to McKenzie Oerting &
Rathbone Lodge No. 30. Knights
ing material from the mine ran. As of
Full line of Stetson and No Co. Pythias, meets every Thursday: night at ::
the rail conveyed persistent sounds Superb. :Nor bic. Ulich !1931 Antwerp Castle Halt Members of sister lodges
Name at $2.50 and $3.50. (from below in response to signal tap to A. Zellus & Co. and visiting brethren cordially Invited ,
pings at the mouth of the shaft the Teresa Urug bk Estrado. 1932. Cienfuegos ; Building Material, to attend. J. M. ROPER C. C.
to Rix il. Robinson. .
Snow Pat- C.J.LEVET.KR.&S. ;
King Quality or officials of the mining company be- Uniac Port bk. Cachin 891. Rio Ja- _

ent or Vici is a nice presentto came convinced that one or more of niero vto maste. L Shingles and Slate for Roofing, M. E. B. A. No. 81. meets first and .;
third Wednesday evenings at 7.30 p. m..
the entombed miners remained alive. Schooners. f'Itreot.
make and only from $3.50to Raffurd Hall }o. 10. West Intendencla
A small iron pipe was run down into NAVAL STORES. Donna Christina, Am sen. McLeod, 16S, r1 Patent Plaster Store Fittings A. O. FELL Pres.J. .
$6. the mine a.1ongthe grove of the car Savannah, Ga., Dec. 28.-The natal Belize to master. I ,L. SWEENEY. Secy. 1

I rail and through this tube or pipe WAV stores.market closed to-day as follows 6 85: Allanwilde. Am Barken bktn.tines.Grace. 564. Man- I .Everything for House Building PENSACOLA LODGE NO. 4, I. 0. O. F.

It costs you nothing to : communication was'opened with the WG :.6 65 zanille to master. Pensacola Lodge No. 4, t O. O. F.. -4
single entombed miner remainingalive N .......6 40 Beatrice Ital bktn Marchen, Savona to ( meets every Thursday evening at 7.39
; look. Courteous treatmentand M ..................................6 50 master. and. Repairs. at the new hall on Belmont and Baylen :
and liquid nourishment ,was K .......-..........................6 15 Thyra. Dan bktn. Rasmunsen. 260. Bar- streets. Visiting brethren coidlally tnvlted. -' '
Good Values a Specialty. sent down to him through the tube. I .._........................._.....450 badoea to order. B. R. WTTKOVSKY. N. O. ..
As it was found too nazantous to Ii ...................................4 25 A. KtiihT.iq.: Secretary
G ..................................415
dig a way to the entombed miner F ..........._.......................4 1254 W. O. w..
through the shaft itself, a side tunnel E ...................................4 10 : Live Oak Camp No. I, W. O. W.. i
JOS. COLEMAN was commenced, and this openingwas TJ _.................................4 07% PLEASANT HILL. f meets In Pythian ball the 1st and 3rd ,. ')
C ..........................4 07k jke This New Year's Resolution Wednesdays In each month. Visiting <
only completed and the entombed Spirits Turpentine 67U to 67-&. : W : livereigns cordially invited.F. .
man released after practically two : : : : : A. BoamcH c. c..

Phone 211. 212 S. Palafox St. weeks of constant work. In the mean Pensacola Cotton Market. Special to The Journal. LESLIE E. BROOKS. Clerk._ I
time the miner burled In the bottomof The following Pensacola cotton quota- Pleasant Hill. Dec. 28.-on Christmas Joppa Lodge No. 6. I. O. O. F.

the shaft and pinned down so that tions Co., F.are O.furnished B. cotton by brokers J..P. Connor Pensacola.& day Pastor J. L. Bryars preathed Fll Open a Savings Accountwith Joppa Lodge No. 5. L O O. F.. meets
every Tuesday evening at 7:30 o'clock at
he could not move, not only remained Florida his annual sermon at 11 a. m. to a Rafford
Hall Corner and
Baylen Belmont
alive but was abje to keep P."con' Good Middling ......10T4 10 large audience._ at Pleasant Hill Sts. Visiting brethren cordially invited.
Coal and Wood stant communication with has'. -re Ftrlct Middling. W church. His subject was "The Babe : C. I... SMITH, N. O.t .
Middling the American National Bank. It will be *
an "L. tv.n4aNse Secretary.
easy
ci. The 9 of BetMehem. has been
cuers and give them dlrecti > Strict Low Middling % Brp. Bryap
nourishment sent down to* Mm Low Middling-.- :._ -8% preaching 'oa plristmas fay*'at'' this resolution to keep if you just make the start. $1.00 .

TTs bUYer Ice Coal, Charcoal and through the tube not,. only kept him church' for forty1 years or more. be
Wood anywhere In the city. We can alive, but actually -sustained: his ROOSLV'LT'S.BUST There was a general h9me coming .will enough. Legal Advertisements.

apply you In any quantity and our strength to such'a degree that at tHfe here of the children of former years INCORPORATION NOTICE.

service U always prompt. end of the ordeal he came oat from on Christmas. \Jadge and airs. G. M. Notice Is hereby given that the undersigned :.
Steam and Domestic Coal. the pit in fairly good condition and Gentry had with; them to dinner all AMERICAN NATIONAL BANKDESIGNATED will apply to the Governor of Florida J
FOR SENATETO at Tallahassee, Florida, on the 26th
Wood Cut Any Size. felt no need of stimulants. their children and grand children, day of January, A. D. 1* 17, or aa soon 4
That a human being could keep up also P. R. McNeTTaffd wife. thereafter as the same can be heard for

E. G. SEWALL, not only his strength but his courage On the night rt: the 27 the Christ- DEPOSITORY OF THE UNITED STATES. associates Letters Patent and successors incorporating under them the, name their "-

and spirits while buried alive for sixteen PLACE IN SENATE mas trees for tie Sunday school at and style of PENSACOLA FISH & 4
Phones C14-363. 26 N. Tarragona St. days under tons of earth and OCCUPY Pleasant Hill church: dreW' forth a OPERA HOUSE BUILDING OYSTER COMPANY, under the following

rock is a remarkable accomplishment. ALONGSIDE OF OTHER VICE crowd of people so large there was We compound interest at 4 per cent. every three months In our Savings proposed now on file charter In the the office original of the of Secretary which is -1,

It, is true that in the absolute darkness not standing roori inside the large Department.. of State for the State of Florida. \,

, GULF CITY COFFEE CO., the unfortunate man was un- PRESIDENTS. church for all. There were two nice FRANK. K. CLARKE.SIGARL.I '
ablo to realize holly trees and on ont the presents
H. P. CH1PMAN, Manager. all the horrors of his I B. L. CLARKE.
situation but being a miner he was for the Sunday school childrenvere J VT. CLARKE. ., .

Roasters, Blenders and Shippers'ofFine perfectly aware of the difficulty of New York,' Dec. 2S.-The Globes tied, while the other wrs for the community I Proposed Charter VT. of H. POWERS.Penacola FIsh &

making his presence known to his, special from Washington says: at large.At I Oyster Company:
CoffeesOUR friends'in the first place of the enormous refinement 7 p. m. Superintendent G. M. Article 1. The name of this corporation ..
the
COFFEES ARE SOLD BY ALL difficulties that would have to Opportunity to enjoy Roosevelt Gentry called the house to order and The New Year Is OYSTER shall COMPANY be PENSACOLA its business FISH: shall& "
-
GROCERS. GIVE THEM A TRIAL be encountered in rescuing him after of revenge on President made a short talk on the importanceof ,be conducted In the State of Florida and
I it became known to those on the su* has come at last to the !senate. Sunday school work and gave a I in other States of the United States desirable of,
whenever or
r face that he was still alive. Word has been received from New r welcome to all those present, and after ,America and its necessary business shall '

Just Received. Second only to the courage and York that James Earl Frazer, the prayer by Bro. Tisdale, the Sun-\ i I be the City oFPensacola. County of Es- It

Imported Macaroni. Sweet OIL Cheeses, nerve of the entombed miner was the will this winter I day school programme was carriedout Rapidly Approachingwhich ,cambia.Article State 2. The of general Florida. nature of the
complete ;
II
Mil Pickles. Bauer Kraut. Mackerel, ttxpsh. energy and devotion of the men who sculptor until 8 p. m., when an array of business to be transacted by said corporation f
freed. Pig French, Feet Navy Spanish Bread.Onions.Everything Pilot worked night and day in'the successful the bust of Mr. Roosevelt which' is small candles were lighted all over the r I shall be the conducting and operatIng l-'
fish and oyster business producing-
rl"l1 and new. 'erfort at rescue. The work was intended for the senate chamber collection two trees. The scene presented was propagating a selling, Importing. exporting -
;
WItch hazel {100 per gallon. extremely hazardous to the rescurers, of men 'who have served as grand. is reminder of the fact that ,and dealing: In fish oysters and sea pro
Mrine Grocery Company. and there was always the risk that The presents for the Sunday school a ducts, planting and maintaining oyster
The president and nah ant
vice presidents. beds catching and preserving
V. J. ViDAL. Manage-- all their labors might go for naughtat was first delivered and every child this would be a good time for you oysters dealing in nets, lines seines,
any time should a sudden shifting' : his friends are said to be greatly on the Sunday school roll was called summer's bank r boats. and all kinds of appliances for
with the bust, which is one- to start a account and acquiring by
i pleased and catching fish oysters
,- HICKS'CAPUDINE of the mass of debris crush out the and hunted up given presents.
( life of the waiting unfortunate in the. third larger than Hfe size. 'The then other children in the audience for the children. It's the gateway purchase for said or lease business real or and personal the doing property of

bottom of the short. I busts of the vice presidents are were called for and supplied with everything which may be necessary for
placed in niches about the galleries I but when the purposes or business of said corpora
and nuts
There have been many'hairbreadth fruits and candy TO THE ROAD OF SUCCESSStart '
'4 escapes connected wim mines but :of the senate chamber but all they came to the other tree the merriment tion.Article i The capital stock of this
CURES I: there have been few more remarkable i the niches now are fun and Mr. I began. It contained all sorts corporation shall be Ten Thousand (J10-
the account with one .or five to be divided into on.
Roosevelt is threatened with having 000.00) Dollars
r ALL ACHES instances than this one; and prob-- of things, from a Bible to a nigger hundred (100) shares each, of the par
to stand out in the main corridor, dollars.FIRST of One Hundred ($1 000) Dollars
And NcrvowaeM ably never a more extraordinary exhibition value
Trill oUle1Gc: AMrtttttml of courage and nerve than lonely and removed from tne possibility doll.Everything passed off' nicely and each said stock to be paid for partly in
II of the United States, and
the senate lawful money
of watching
that shown by Miner Hicks. who has proSceedings. everybody had a good time. partly to personal property at a Just l
just been rescued., When the bust Is fin The superintendent dismissed the NATIONAL BANK valuatIon to be fixed by th e Incorporators -
ished the committee on rules win crowd at 9, with a request that the ; 10 per cent of said capital stock to ,''
the organization of this \
In Praise of Chamberlain's Cough II have to decide the problem. If Mr. display of fireworks be withheld .. corporation be payable upon and remainder upon call of i

,Remedy. Roosevelt's bust is allowed in the until those with teams could get away. Directors.

Typewriters. There is no other medicine manufactured -r I chamber that of some other vice This was done and then the fun be- OF PENSACOLA. FLA. poration Article shall 4. The exist term shall for which be ainety-nln this cor- T

that has received so much president must be displaced. gan. rears from the date of the LettersPatent.Article j J'

We offer the below praise and so many expressions of Designated Deoosltary or inc United States 5. The officers of this corporation I.
gratitude as Chamberlain's Cough YOUNG MEN OF CENTURY King of All Cough Medicines. shaH be a President, Vice-President. J J4y.Trijrer .
GAVE REQUIRED ,BOND and the Board o* -
$100 MAKE TYPEWRITERS CHEAP: Remedy. It is effective, and prompt Hr. EL G. Case. a mail carrier of five Directors: said officers shall be elect
relief follows, its use. Grateful par The three young men of Century Canton Center, Conn. who has been I W. H. Knowles JresWent W. K. Hytr, Jr.. Vice-President and Caihler. ed annually at a meeting to be held In "

's trn's Visible (new) ............$7500 ents everywhere do not hestitate to who were arrested by Deputy Sheriff in the U. S. Service for about sixteen Thos. W. Brent Ass't Cashier. W. N. Roberts.' Aa.*t Cahlcr. the City of ot Pensacola.each year.on the Until lit the Mondayin fin" '}i

',\ ,.lams, (re-built) ................ liS 00 ;testify to its merits for the benefit of Brewton and other officers at' :McDa- ;I years, says: "We have tried many Directors-F.C.Brent. W. A. mount. W. XL Knowl@S. W. K.Hysr,Jr, election August the omcers who shall conductthe ;
: nr, (practically ....... 67.M D. O. Brent. shall be "
ore. new) this corporation
certain for for but Cham business of
s .\It\\ Premier No.4.............. 4500; others. It is a cure croup vid Christmas night and brought to cough medicines croup, Frank frigarl. President end Secretary- : t
Kenington No.. 2 (re-built) ........ SO.00 and will prevent the attack if givenat this city have given the required bondof berlain's Cough Remedy is king of all L__ Treasurer; U K. Clarke. Vloe-PreJ-IdentJ I
the first appearance of the disease.It $250 each for their appearance at and one to be relied upon every time. Frank Stgari. U K. Clarke, B. L. Clarke shall
__ Aleo for ten da-.' doliverywe can sell is especially adapted to childrenas prelIminary' hearing. We" also find it the best remedy for i -- -- -- J. W. Clarke and W. H Powers

'SW.oc.1 C..n1ury...' any make Fox of Fay-Sholes.typewriter. Under-Above it is pleasant to take and contains The charge against the young men coughs and colds giving certain re constitute Article C.the The Board hlshest of Directors.amount of indebtedness '> 4

II1&h1flS also for rent. nothing injurious. Mr. A. E. Hum- is for conspiracy to commit murder. sults and leaving no bad after ef- THE CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK or liability to which.this or. ,
Itsell ,
I phreys, a wen known resident and fects." For sale by all druggists. poration can at any of time FIve Thousand -
the sum
clerk in the store of Mr.' E. Lock of PENSACOLAA shall(ta.OOOOO be Dollars. i

Alice Cape Colony, South Africa, U- Real Estate Transfers.The Article 7. The names and residence t

PensacolaTypewriter says: "I have used Chamberlain's following is a complete list of the General Banking Business Conducted on s Safe And; ConservativeBasis. of the subscribers and the amount for stock of for stock this au.cor.

Cough Remedy ward off croup and Real Estate transactions for the past scribed poration by each are a* follows
colds in my family. I found it to be The. week, as furnished by the Pensacola Investment Frank StearL Pensacola Florida M

Exchange very satisfactory, and it gives me Co.: DEEDS. Correspondence Solieited--R. M. Bushnell. Cashier. shares. $2000.Clarke, Pensacola Florida IIMAIUi.
1. K.
pleasure to recommend if For sale Dee. 28 1906.
;!!) E. Government St. to J. W. Bullock. Jr.- $2000.
Clubbs
Elbert A. rensacola, Florida H
by all druggists.Pensacola .. Clarke.
ChristmasWash Lots and tT block 140. New City Tract-
1!. CART. J. W. DORK. W. B. QUDfA. share' $2000.
SIM.on and othera1ua.ble considerations. J. a REESE. K. rensacola Florida 10"wfV
Clarka.
? to Mrs. ),I. "'. Hoffman President Vice President. Cashier. Assitant-Cashler. .1. W.

M. A. BAKER & CO. St. Andrews and -Stel8nS Tract 41000.00 and%0. block other 10S considerations.. New City THE PEOPLE'S BANK OF PENSACOLA.CAPITAL !Fl00.wers. Pensacola. Florida, M

MANUFACTURERS N* miB W. Eagan et al to B. F. Wolfe. 100000. SURPLUS AND UNDIVIDED PROFITS_ $25,000. aharea i $2000.100 sharps. $l1'.OOO.OO.'!
Co. Tots
Gulf Steamship Lotlt btoAlr New ir..J: =itSLOOEdwin ..DIRECTORS FRANK SIGAR
Seamless Turpentine Stills, STEAMER TARPON.. and other valuable J J. HOOTOX;' K. :M. CART. L. 3. REEVES, L. K. CLARKE.B. .
W. O. BARROW Mas'cr.FlRST'CLASS Send the soiled Christmas -* Senior Sr. to Miss Jessie TurnerLot W. D'ALEMBERTE.. .1. S. REESE W. DeC. KESSLER.A I* CLARKE.
Pensacola PASSENGER AND 15. bloc 1. Belmont Number- Transacted and Accounts Solicited Dlsburements W. CLARKE.W.
J.
;
Fla. General Banking Business Ships' -
linens here to be West King Tract$23.12.pensacola -
FREIGHT SERVICE. me given Special Attention. IL POWERS.
and Construe-
Development
TENSACOLA.-Between-MOBILE. APALACHICO. washed and returned for tIOD C-7to Mr, }L D. Wiggins-Lot. 4,' State Before of Florida.me'! personally Escambta appeared County. FrankFigarL
LA CARRABEL-E.! ST. AN- block 13, Beach Haven Tract-135 00.Pensacola L. K. Clarke, B. L. Clarke. J. W.
DREWS. MILUVILUE. the New Years' spread, Development and refjfi Clarke and W. H. Powers. and each for
And all point on St. Andrew Bay, Car- Mon C-, to Mrs- Barbara Haven Tract 1'. iCART, President. JXO. MASSED: Secretary. himself acknowledged that be sIgned the
rabelle and AcalachlcoU.SCHEDULE. ::!L block 160._Beach -15.00. foregoing Articles of Incorporation, and
The Star Steam CREW NOTICE. CA.R.YCO.. for the uses and purposes therein set
Leaves Psssacola Sunday, 8.30 p. m.. l forth.In .
for Mobile. Ala... Neither the Captain. Ownersnor Wholesale and Retail witness whereof. I have hereuntoset
Leave Pensacola Tuesday 8:30 p. m.. Laundry Consignees of the steam Anthracite and air hand and seal this 24th day of
for St. Andrews. MUlvHle, Apalachicola. .a ship Anna.. will be responsible Domestic. St. Te (SeaL) AUBREY MAURA
Carrabelle and Intermediate points. for debts 'contracted by Office: 43 S. Palafox 372.COAL.: ; Notary Public State of Fla.
For additional Information apply to 37 E. Garden St Phone V4 the Crew of said lesset Yard: Corner. Tarragona December. 1906-
J. R. SAUNDERS, G. REDASEICH Streets. Yard phones 6 and "
Pensacola, Fla. My commission expires February 2.
All work E .R. COBB President. GULF TRANSIT CO.. Captain. dccCOoawlot
Uf>>
Tested
I-v
and Guaranteed.
"nte General Frt. andPass.,. Agt. Pen Consignee.
us for prices. We can Interest you. sacola. Fin _



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PARE EIGHT. THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL SATURDAY MO.RNING. .DECEMBER, 29, 1906.fl ....

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CIRCUS BURNS WILL PUNISH BOOKSJust

r Where Mild Protecfiil; ioYAL'Dakinq

received! A
new shipment .

IN' T TAMPA I I LUJLLETTE of Lion and Mouse

Fighting Chance, Sir Nigel'
I .
NecessaryThe Lady' Baltimore, Jane Cable

and Virginian. '
I Quick Work of Circus People Colleagues of Wisconsin


Saved Horses and Senator ,Plan to Wreak
Powder Nothing but Books
proper outer garment is a ,
Dogs. Revenge.New but all kinds of Books.



DRESSY CRAVENETTE A* portion of Jones' enormous rail- ABSOLUTELY PURE .York, Dec. 2S.-The Globe's

road shows, located opposite the At- special from Washington says HARRY T. HOWLAND, ,
lantic Coast Line ,stationon One of the interesting develop-
passenger Healthful cream of tartar derived solely from Manager, De Luna Book
Polk street, was destroyed by fire ments expected early after the recess Store
about 1:30 o'clockYednesday morning grapes refined to is the active will be the disclosure of the method De Luna St. ,Phone 1191.
A variety of fabrics and wide: says the Tampa Times absolutelurity, the opponents of Senator La Follettein

The fire destroyed the dressingtent principle of ? Royal Baking the senate. will use to wreak revenge -
f 1! range of sizes for all. completely and about onefourthof Powder. on him for his persistent at- DROPIN
tacks certain senators from the
on
the main tent of the show, the
damage being sufficient to seriously. Hence it is that Royal Baking Powder lecture platform last summer. Thus;
far Senator La' Follette has escaped AND SEE
the shows in its future
$10.00 to $35.00 cripple per unscathed. He did not come to Washington
formances In this city. The trained renders the food remarkable both for its fine of the
until the'second day
OUR LINE OF
ponies and dogs'had narrow escapes flavor and healthfulness. session. Had he been around the Cap-
from cremation, and they were only itol on the first day of the session it
A fine gift f6r husband father saved by the heroic efforts of the
had chilly
is likely he would have a
circus people, the tire departmentand No alum, no phosphate-which are the reception.. He was absent,on the first SOUVENIRPOST

or brother. a number of 'policemen who principal elements of the so-called cheap day, however, and when he got to town
went to the fire.
the preliminary greetings were over. .-
The fire started from a lantern baking powders-and which are derived When he dropped into the Senate

which was supposed to have been from bones, rock and sulphuric acid. Chamber on the second day he did it CARDSThey
overturned by one of the ponies, and unobtrusively: and gave no one an opportunity -
as a great quantity of hay was scattered to offer him a palpable
around for the protection of SPUD. Since then he has been constant -
THE JOHN WHITESTORE the animals from the cold, the fire in his attendance on the sessionof are just the
spread like a flash. The wagons ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO. NEW VORl(., the senate, but he has not engaged;
containing the dogs were covered in debates. thing to send absentfriendsatthisseason
Specialists in Men's and Boys' Wear with hay and the fire attacked these What the senators who have their
wagons quickly and the cries of the knives whetted for La Follette want
Phone 225 205.207 S. PALAFOX dogs were piteous until the smoke id to,get him into debate In the hope
became so thick that they were about there will be an opportunity for some
11\", suffocated although they were all res- HEAVY LOSS SUSTAINEDBY one to give him an oratorical lashing
cued alive. that be will not forget, There is some
$ .i.......'..." '." " '." ." '''''''N E Policeman R. H Edenfield bad a difrctltv in this in that the junior
tNNNNNNN ......' ,.very narrow escape from death in BLAZE YESTERDAYJ. senator from Wisconsin has a dangerous Gem Book Store
the flames and as a result holes were tongue and is not Just the sort of ,
11i burned in his hat and his face was opponent one would choose if calculating
tt* IF YOU LIKE GOOD singed. He was inside the tent as- ,. to gain an easy victory in a verbal C. R. Johnson Prep

sisting the people in getting the dogs controversy. The senators opposed
"' EAT ort when a large section of the tent H. Porter Had Saifs, Tents to La Foltette are wondering Phone 230.
so "EA TING, i.iAT blazing fell upon him. He fought his I.1:0 O. o. LODGES whether a good opportunity has not
: been him in the bill he
= way under the burning tent to the and Canvas Burned and presented by valuation of
has introduced for
outside in safety .beyond the burns ...RUNYAN'S ROLLERS...
.
: sustained. the railroads and to give the commis- DAILY TOWEL SUPPLY
ap :. The ponies' training stood them Damaged. sion power to make a maximum rate, A CLEAN; TOWEL EVERY DAY,
h :: : well in the fire, for they were easily Will HAVEMEETING a minimum rate to fix differentials $1.00 PER MONTH.;
Phone 848
i and to regulate train service so as to --2 ring M. G RUNYAN.
taken from the burning tent. PeflsacoU. Florida.Remarkable .
FOREMAN HENRY RASMUNSENWAS obviate car shortages. In case La
it i It is not known how much
the dam-
Follette presses these bills he will be

Ne IC k'S.Restaurant t t It age will amount to. PAINFULLY BURNED met with most vigorous opposition. Case

+ ORANGE CROP NOTHURTBYCOLDVVAVE ABOUT THE FACE AND ARMS- TO LAXATIVE CURE A COLD PROMO IN ONE qutalne DAYTake TabIota. -

FIRE OCCURRED ABOUT 3 Driggista refund money if it falls
to cure.. E. Wr GROVE'S signature is on of
il .: O'CLOCK IN THE AFTERNOON.Fire each box. iSc., HypnotismVast

: Joint Installation of Officers BIDS WANTED.Bids .
*t The best Poultry, Eggs, Fish, Game, Fruit .. crowds awed by stupen-
!. .. which was probably due to win be received by the bonding
.: and Vegetables, Wines, Beer and Liquors f J NOTHING BUT TENDER SPRIGSON spontaneous (:combustion yesterday Will Be Followed by; committee Church of mp the to Palafox January Street I, for Methodist removalof dous array of extra-

afternoon badly 'damaged the sail the LeBaron house to the corner of ordinary
2e that are brought to Pensacola are purchased .t TREES HURT AND ONLY Supper. Belmont and OuiQemarde. streets. Address -

:: by Nick Apostle for this restaurant. You get tt I FEW OF THEM OUT THIS SEASON making South establishment Palafox street.J. H.Foreman Porteron 28dec4t or apply to A. M. McMILLAN Se<:retarJ', HABERDASHERY.Displayed .


it the very best of everything here. They all try : OF YEAR. Henry Rasmunsen was badly burned :Members of Pensacola lodge No4<< ,' IN DEFENSE in show window

n to imitate Nick's place, but they can't. : about the face and arms during the and Joppa lodge No 6. L O. O. F., are opposite the postnfin.e.

4 conflagration.The planning for'a big point meeting, installation
Contrary to the fear expressed by HITCHCOCKREPORT
'0 blaze occurred about 3 o'clock, OF
of officers ,and supper for ,
'many, It appears that little if any STONE
.n. .::. damage has been done to the fruit and its start was due to an explosionof next Thursday night, January; 3.

crop in Hills>borough county by the some nature near some paints and The event will be in the hall at the MOULDER OF APPEARANCES. .
present cold spell, although few canvass. Several men were in the corner of Baylen and Belmont ON WITHDRAWAL OF
I NICK APOSTLE !! ,were prepared for the appearance of COME IN AND GET
Ii streets, and to be
the cold, says the Tampa Times.A place" at the time at work, while one promises a largely LAND IN INDIAN TERRITORY
the So attended and enjoyable affair, and as HYPNOTIZED..
:t Times man this morning inter visitor was seated near stove.
PROPRIETOR. t APPROVED BY CHIEF OF FOR
: viewed a number of owners of large sudden was the fire:that the men escaped it occurs near.the'. commencement! of

wr04 b44gOlN........N..N.NN.01M.N...N4+NNN4. groves, as well as others interested, from the building with only 1907 the Odd Fellows propose to keep EST RESERVE.
.e ,f..0. 1N09o 0 N.NO..N..........N.N......NNNiIu and the opinion of all approached was their working clothing, and Foreman up the enthusiasm during the year. 4000! 4000!
- that no damage had been done.
d' 1N.N.NO....... ,.....N.NN..NN W.N4+OONN- Arthur W. Cuscaden stated that, Rasmunsen in endeavoring to save Officers of these two lodges were
chosen Dec 23.-Clifford Pln-
,
a recently ( and the joint installation Washington
Begin the New Year I !since wave,the he had first visited appearance quite of a the numberof cold his burns clothing and also suffered an injury very about painful the will be conducted by some of the chot, chief of the forest reserve, today What? Why, Records.

I Right groves each morning, making a head caused by running into a door. grand: lodge officers. After the Installation approved a rought draft of a report ,
most thorough inspection of many When the fire department reachedthe ceremonies and addresses cup to be submitted to the Secretaryof Edsion 35c, Columbia 25c.

t Buy ,the, Wife a Present tv trees.: "In no instance;' he said, scene the interior of the build- per with refreshments will be servedin Agriculture relating to lands in In-
"did I find where any damage whatever ing was a mass of smoke and flames the banquet room of the building. dian Territory whose withdrawal for Victor 35c 60c and $1.00.
e that she would appreciate more than anything 4 had been done. but was extinguished within a short and preparations for this portion of forest reserve purposes brought about

: else that could be given her. It is t CoL W. B. Henderson, than whomno time.Mr. loss, the entertainment are being made I both an investigation and criticism You can get any record you:
.
citizen of the county knows more Porter suffered a heavy by a special committee. of the secretaries of the Interior and
about fruit culture, stated that no however. About ten sets of sails, want at the
Agriculture by a senate committee.
|. A GAS COOKING RANGE f harm had been done at any of his costing from $200 to $300 were burn- COUPLE FROM GEORGIANA, ALA. I The report will be a defense of th
and that he had met ed so badly as to make them value- MARRIED HERE YESTERDAYMr.
groves quite a withdrawal of the lands in question Clutter Music House.
It will lessen her work every day in the year, and tS number of grove owners who expressed less, while tents ready for shipmentand located in the Choctaw and Cherokee

save you money in fuel. $12 and $13 installed: A | the same opinion. "Tender large amounts of canvass in lolls Rufus Moorer and Miss Clevie nations in the Indian Territory Machines at
Nichols, of Georgiana, Ala, who going daily $1
sprigs on the trees may have been were either burned or damaged by; arrived -;and will show first that the proposed
% Happy New Year. In the city Thursday afternoon
f smoke and water. Mr. Porter stated ,
Injured, said Col. Henderson, "but forestry reserve about which so much
: r there are very few of these sprigs at yesterday afternoon that he carried were,married Thursday night by the has been Bald to criticism particularly per week.
this time of the year." about $1500 insurance, but this will county judge In the present of a few of the Secretary of ,the Interior,

: Pensacola Gas Company | not cover the loss. The building was acquaintances The young couple after was asked for primarily by the Indians Do you own one?
sPending a
THIRTEEN KILLED not damaged to any extent.Cottage 'themselves and other local people
day in the city left at
noon
| Phone 148. 24 and 27 E. Garden Street.ta't I Destroyed. their home,in Georgiana.yesterdayfor ; second; that the maintenanceof
IN RAILROAD WRECKBy Yesterday morning about 4 o'clock a forest reserve on the proposedarea
KNOWLES BROS.
"" '." " ''''''' '''''t''''''''''''N4+N a cottage at No. 419 North Tarragona will furnish a much needed con-
;': Associated Press. street was burned. The fire department Ihuous supply of timber and wood Insurance.FIRE .
"i:.' ----1 1fIS"ING Dundee, Scotland, Dec. 28,-In a was called out, but the blaze for local use and also prevent disastrous -
GOING AFTER railroad collision caused by snow theatened to spread to other cottagesin USED ROUND THE WORLD : floods along a thousand miles of LIFE ACCIDENT, MARINE.
tt',. drifts near Arbroath to-day thirteen the block, so a second alarm was the: Red river through Texas, Arkansas General Agents of
J people were killed, and more than sounded, bringing other trucks in re- and Louisiana where immense The EquitableLIFE
VESSEL twenty injured. serve, and the blaze was confined to sums of money are now being expended ASSURANCE SOCIETY OF NEW
Everyday I the building. The. house was occu- for levees by local people and the YORK.
pied by colored parties. Baker's Cocoa government; third, that the forest reserve 309 South Palafox Street.
would not take all the resi-
$100 REWARD $too. Called to Burned Building. up
CAPTAIN KENT OF MOBILE FISH The readers of this paper will berlea..ed About 7 clock yesterday morning due of the land- after allotments to
to learn that there is at least one the Indians. Florida and Alabama
called to the
I CO. HAS GONE TO VERA able dreaded to cure disease tn all that its science stage. has and been that the Pohlman department home on was West Government I The report will further insist thatthe
: Appearance is Catarrh. Hall's Catarrh Cure Is the street, which was burned Christmas I and Chocolate Secretary of the Interior's actionIn I LAND COMPANYManufacturers
CRUZ. only positive cure now.known to the medical It found that fire had temporarily suspending allotmentswas
night. was
fraternity. Catarrh
being a con!'tltu- not only within his right but he
tlonal disease, requires a constitutional been smouldering among the ruins of
would have been remiss had he doneotherwl.e.
treatment. Hall s Catarrh Cure Is taken and hcrf broken out again. It was I '_ and Dealers la
,
J The Mobile Internally acting directly upon the blood
Register of
yesterday and mucous surfaces of the svstem thereby extinguished without trouble. 47 As a result of careful inspection ar LUMBER. SAWED CYPRESS SHINGLES
contained the following regarding the destroying the foundation of the disease t I AND KILN-DRIED SAP.
It's usually the everyday and the the hands of one of the most reliable
giving: patient strength by
I schooner E. L. Trafton\ seized by the building up the constitution and assisting men at the Forestry Bureau, a recommendation -
'appearance of a man Mexicans last summer: nature In doing its vorfc. The proprietors VESSELS TO Highest will be made to the Secretary

j that counts. Under direction of the Mobile Fish power have that so they much offer faith One in Hundred its curative Dol- of Agriculture*, who will undoubt--
: lars for any case that it fails to cure. edly transmit the same to the Secretary
It seems a pity for any 3 and Oyster Company, Captain Samuel Send for list of testimonials TAKE CARGOES Awards of the Interior, that as originally "What You Want"When You If
Kent will Address' F J. CHEVEY & CO., Toledo, Want It.
I leave here for
( Saturday
withdrawn,
man to go round in a O' hold drug > I! some 4,000,000 acres,
';, 1 I'alf-\\orn suit when Vera Cruz where he goes to bring Take J rill fistpJsf cior constipa in can be properly reduced to half the PATENT
4 you back the schooner E. I... Trafton which tion. i I size by leaving out the part in the
Ii' can get such handsome was recently seized by the Mexican ,- -- AT THIS PORT, AND WHICH WILL'BE t' 1 Europeand Cherokee Nation and all the lands
gone government for alleged violation of i: THE GULF I within twenty miles of the Missouri
LOADED BY FLAT
here for
t $10.00, as g the fishing regulations and later or-i! Ii i i Kansas and' Texas Railway in the

f we are now showing. Of dered released on a decision by the TRANSIT CO. I Choctaw Nation.
i
course, you want one for I court.The schooner was seized while i I A Dog on Good {I AmericaABSOLUTELY This Secretary report,of which the it Interior is expectedthe will OPENING
. vessels under
Christmas and whether cruizing in the waters of the j I The following are | make public as soon as it reaches i"
gulf near
i charter to the Gulf Transit Co.. and .
; r him will show that i
the :Mexican considerably morel
$10.00. or $35.00 coast. Notwithstanding, will load cargoes at this port: ] LEDGERFor
you pay I than half of the reduced area
the Shoe
tl fact that the vessel, along with For $$3.75and For Liverpool-E. O Saltmarsh due'' ,
r!| you are assured of best t other and vessels sailing from Pensacola ;, Jan. 6.For. i V.Registemi 3.rat.Office PURE I drawn valuable for for forest agriculture reserve and, Witb-I
in quality for the Galveston were fishing outsid of! Dunkirk-Harley, due Jan. 15.: Save
money. the International allotted in the near future after examination business men.
g three mile limit, $4.00. Our word for I
For Havre-Cycle, now in port. ,
I they were seized by the Mexican goernmenL \- it can no better For Nantes-Cycle, now in port. | Made bya scientific blending character.to determine Its available, time and worry.Ve car
I Much discussion of the you get For Spezzia-Cam-era,, now in port i of the best Cocoa beans
I'I'f Notwithstanding the
f I the question United resulted from this action and I for the money if you For les-Al\na, now in port. I the the the Secretary of the contention Interior that had I ry a full line of Blan!
States was asked to take I Ia grown m tropics-
For Genoa of De-i
-Clara, due end
search the world no warrant of law In
which
i all sizes and
i I : hand In the matter. After much delay over. to segregate Books in
cember: Caprera. now in port. | result of 126 of
-ears successful the lands in the contention
) question
decision
i it.ti a from a higher ,court! Come in and try on a For Barcelona-Clara, due end De' beI I We solid'your
! than the one which first passed onj cember. endeavor.A being that they primarily bindings.
H 0 ANSON I pair. long to the Indians it
I the case reversed the first decision! For Venice=Aristea, now In port., < the understood with trade.
and ordered the withdrawal as outlined above,
vessels released under For Trieste-Anna, now in port; MW mmi ... __ '- tnt4ledp will take
place and that
CASH CLOTH1ES a heavy bond. To the amount of Clara due end December.For Book Mat free the Indiana
this have the right to try out the authority
bond of
-
f1 owners the vessels took
exception and finally succeeded in .Bayonne-Charles. le Cour, due WALTER of the Secretary in making the Maura Stationery Co,

P CUT Flliloi and Hill. i I having it reduced. Riera Shoe Co. Jan. 5.For Bremen August Belmo it. now ,. JAKER & CO., Lids 'withdrawal having In been the courts one case already Stationer That Know. Ptwa *-

r J back Captain to this Kent port will Immediately.bring the vessel 'Jan.In port 5. ; Harley' (or substitute) due Estab shed 17W DORCHESTER, MASS. part of an Indian commenced against the on Secretary the Cor. Government and Delu-:o -,

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