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Title: The Pensacola journal
Alternate Title: Daily journal
Alternate title: Pensacola news-journal
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Mayes & Co.
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
Creation Date: January 4, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
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I RTO.PLaTA RESIGNATION OF DEPE IN CHINA l J



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dAfter Severe Engagement His Relations' ,W>th j)he to Suppress Hostile Dem .


I Equitable Life 1 onstrations.

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MANY CASUALTIES J .ysxi No, Confidence in His_ ,Ability to r nag.,:.-t e5''e' .. .. AMERICA IS READY X
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Portion of Population Declares i in OFFERED'.i BY :.SEN-' ___________ k Troops and Ships at Manila YIt .-

Favor of Morales. in Three Sail. 0
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ATTACK 1 IS SUCCESSFUL GEN. fix' .
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PROLONGED DISCUSSION REMARKABLE n a / GENERAL V/OOD CABLED BY SECRETARY ,
RODRIGUES WILL PROCLAIM **$,<' -
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HOLDS THE FORTy': Brackett, of Saratoga,; noon after' the r .
legislature convened too y Qntroluceda tZ PATCHED. V. ., A j
-- : resolution'' demanding ft Chauncey .
M Depew' his resignation ;'as; IIntedl[ I :
By Associatea Press?_ States sanator from this itat -
Cape Haytien[ Hayti I, Jan.: 3Ad. By'sso'clated Press
resolution In the full is follows 1
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ekes received here early to-day from Chicago Jan. 3.-A ,
Puerto Plata on the northern ocaslcf "Since the adjournment( .of this! Tribune from 'Washington, D. C., sass: '
canto Domingo say that the troops senate the, people of the state and I i- The attitude of the Chinese toward
of the fugitive President Morales under nation have been staggered by the 1 foreigners and foreign interests gsner-'
the command of Ganeral: De- relation :shown to have 'existed for ally has become sufficiently ,hostile to?
aetrio: Rodriguez attacked! Puerto' years bstween the Equitable Life 4, I warrant preparations on the part of
Flita it 10 o'clock yesterday morn- Assurance 'society' and Chauncey M.Depew the various governments for the sup-l' "
Jag. The fighting, which was s vere,: one' of the 'senators of the pression o* another demonstration.
lasted until! 5 o'clock, in the evening II.. state! In the:United States congress"Recognizing' e'V t such as that which occurred In'O/ /).
hen the besieging force retired. A that these, disclosures The nary department has intended to'
number of men were killed or' wounded -! 1 have caused a total lack'-of j'confide nee order th on both sides in the engagementll., {Iin the ability of the tenatoi"named the United States, but in view of the
dcring which bayonets : to properly represent tM people in threatening situation which has develop 1

iere principally used. the" body: to which he was electrd. I WALTER WELLMAN, d, instructions have been cable ,t tt
The forces of General Rodriguez,,II "Resolved by the senate,.That:' Who recenfty received and accepted an assignment from the Chicago Rec to leave this vessel In the orient..
Tthicij! are massed outside Puerto Plata CHAUNCEY M. DEPEW. Chauncey M. Depew be and he Is here ord-Her l.t to endeavor to locate the North Pole in an air .ship. He will There is no change in the purpose Of
were when theses advices were Whose questionable connection wl h the affairs of the Equitable Life In- by. requested to forthwith ,; his.start aboutrApriLMcCALL the president to enlarge the battleship :1
forurJ1 d. preparing for another at- surance Co. led .to a resolution being introduced In the legislature calling seat 'in the.United States"senat." squadron in Asiatic waters by two ves- b
tick on the place. upon him to res'ign.A'LBANY". -Tto- resolution was withdrawn after I' vela during the coming spring.
A portion of the population of a.'prolonged! dicussion.kREMARKABLE HAS The Chinese: situation was discussed .,
Puerto Plata has declared in favor I -- RESIGNED at the cabinet meeting yesterday and :
ol Morales and street fighting had CONDITIONS:, later. Secretary Taft cabled General ,
cfcirred, the supporters of Morales GA., VISITED BY IN N. Y. LEGISLATURE FROM NEW YORK LIFE Wood commanding the military division ,
Jiooting from the windows of their I I of tha'.Philippines that he was;to

Joases-:'tepedes'! at. the the temporary troops president'of General of 'A: ,R.R.IPIC"TQINA..nO "Albany N. Y.. .Jan. ";Jfr-be statelegis3latureeonvened I : :." """ .>......" -' . _- .' .. be reinforced that h> might. always
lot ALEXTE: have strong detachment In
Santo Their at.noatetoday .; Jt-PRO ?TLY ELECTED PRESIDENT AT A" SALARY-CF_ a ; readiness '
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Domingo troops wereexperiencing' V J the 129th session. under conditions in' to proceed without delay 'to' China[ :fn
; difficulty in defending some remarkable. The closing FIFTY:'THOUSAND. DOLLARS. ,A YEAR-THE McCURDY'S RESIGN : case American Interests should
ways
themselves as they were unable to loot TWO KILLED AND. FOUR R FATALL Y INJURED; BY STORM'WHICH b3'C'
menaced. Two of
of one. of the bitterest factional fightsfor'the regiments
? the persons firing on them AS OF MUTUAL LIFE.
SWEPT CIT YESTERDAY-PROPERTY DAMAGE WILL assemblyspeakership In many TRUSTEES and two batteries of field artillery are
A who arrived from
messenger the expectation .of many :that 1 going from the United States at onca
Monte Christ to-day brought the r REACH $150,000-HEAVY SNOW IN IOWA. years; '
would at Inaugurate and should reach Manila by March.
news that General Demetrio Rodriguez -I the defeated faction once By Associated Press. president of the Rapid Transit Com.j
a policy''of reprisal; the .understanding mission The administration does) not antici-
has announct-d that if his attack I New Yok, Jan 3.-John A. McCatt anal was formerly
that Senator Brackett the the Chamber of Commerce. He pate an uprising before that date,
m. Puerto Plata is successful he will Press.Albany resigned to-uky as president of o
By Associated TWO DEAD AND FOUR
proclaim himself a candidate for the would Introduce his long heralded New York Life Insurance Co. The resignation was born :n Ireland. but as an official! said It Is utterly
presidency! of Santo Domingo Ga. Uan. 3.-A severe wind FATALLY INJURED joint resolution requesting the resignation was accepted by the trustees impossible to predict when the Chinese
and rain storin passed over the town I of United States' Senator Depsw; !i and Alexander E. Orr promptly McCurdy's Resigrr as Trustees. may attack the foreigners. The only

TWENTY-FIVE KILLED this afternoon. Tornado blew down Atlanta. Jan. 3.-A special from Albany the intesitv of feeling in many quar-I I elected president of they company. New York Jan. 3.-Richard Me- thing to do. he said was to be ready 4
AND MANY WOUNDED the acid chamber and sheds of the, Ga.. places the dead at two, ters 'resulting from the disclosures of:i Orr's salary was fixed at fifty thousand Curdy former president of the Mutual] ani this was the determination of the'
the insurance Investigation-all these]i dollars., President McCall hada Life and. his son Robert H. McCurdy> president and his cabinet.
Washington, Jan. 3.-The State Department Virginia-Carolina Chemical Company,'''t':both negroes, who were killed by the drew upon the opening session today:, salary of one hundred thousand tc-day resigned as trustees of the The troops at Manila! will be within
has received a cablegramfrom killing Ben Jones, a ne'gro employee collapse of the chemical works. The a degree of public Interest greaterand 'I dollars a year. company.! The resignations were accepted fifty hours of Chinese territory and if
Porto Plata giving an account and injuring sever'al' others. i I[dispatch says four were fatally injured more evident than for many years [ Mr. Orr is a retired merchant is by the board of trustees. 1 it should prove necessary to land a
ef the uprising there which says: The track of The storm was seven-: past force in the southern part of the em-
"The revolutionists broke out here ty-five yards wide and swept 'in aiortheastely There was very much more than the i pire, there trill not beth!) long delay
late today (Toes:' y). General Rod- usual interest in the annual messageof Witness in Murder Case I which would enable the Chinese to ,
"up
direction tearing Boy
rlguei: fought his way into the town Heavy Snow at Des Moines. Governor Higgins the legislature : prepare for desperate reslstence.
end then retired, Not less than trees and when It reached the residence Des Moines, !Uan 3.-Snow has been which included important recommendations I

treaty-fire were killed and many : portion .the city carried away i' falling for twenty-four hours and has "as to life insurance, the mort- Frightened Into a Stupor MIDWINTER -
Bounded. General Cespedes olds trees and porticos but did not demolish fimoat blocked the railroads. All gage tax law the savings bank surplusand :
the fort and is still fighting.:? I houses. electoral reform. I
any tl'ains' are late.Wisconsin I II 1
Later In its useit struck the The political atmosphere was quiet By Associated Press. shot by the*dentist and has repeated I MANEUVERSBy
I after the speakership struggle.EXPlANATION L. I. Jan. 3.-Fright has to the coroner the last words of Horner -
TROOPS FOR plant of the Georgia Cotton OH Company -I Railroads Delayed. Northport. ,
the acid warehouse: !I thrown Frank AVjsniskI, a stable boy, before he died. When suddenly he Y
.demolishing Wis. 3.
Jan. A
La Crosse snow
I that h-j became almost unconscious
end sheds and blowing freight cars Into such a drug-like stupor physiclans Associated Press. .
PHILIPPINESBy fioiri the track. i,storm, the heaviest of the season is I I cannot testify today In the preliminary at first-thought him drugged but Norfolk Va., Jaiu 3.-The' TiitcdStates
The loss by the: storm: Is estimated causing serious delays on the. rail Of hearing of' Dr. J, W. Simpson, the after working over: the strange case armored curisers West -Vii-
at $150,000. roads to-day. dentist charge; with having wilfully for fifteen hours theyannounced today gin!&. Pennsylvania, Colorado* and t
Associated Press. I I shot and killed Bartley J. Horner, his that the boy's pulse and temperature Maryland, ana' the battleship Iowa/ ,
San Francisco, Jan. .-The Examiner I wealthy father-in-law. The stable boy were perfectly normal and that h3 was are now in the waters .of Hampton
says today that three regiments of to Crush I was eraployedAy: Mr. Homer and wag suffering' only from fright. He has Roads awaiting the arrival of thj battleships
uited States Infantry, two bateriesof British Ready lAST GERMAN in the kitchen when his employer was; eaten nothing 'for twenty-four hours. Missouri ana! Illinois and
f artillery and one squadron of other vessels of the Atlantic fleet. .1
tmlry are under orders to leave for If Japs When the entire fleet has assembled'. .
the Philippines! during this month Russians Fai/edl Court Has Decided Case of In Hampton Roads. It will proceed to
The troop* to be moved it, is said are West Indian waters for midwinter:

the Kfiments! First, of Second infantry and with Twenty-fourth By Associated ,Pre the absolute secrecy of Admiral, Too MOVEMENT maneuvers. ;
recruIts -
some J his DecaturI
Midshipman Stephen
in regard to the disposition of I
aM detached companies in 'ad- St. Petersburg: .Jan. 3.-The remarkable -I '
clarS that
forces Rojestvensky d
ft1o. one squadron of th* Fourth that ,the British COURTMARTiaL
allegation "this was iiDknown even to the admiral 5
Canlrr and tbs Eighth and Thlr- fleet was held In readiness to'destroy'' of the British fleet allied with the I By Associated Press. 1 I perintendent of the Naval Academy

nth battalion of field artillery. the Russian fleet If t th.e l Battle of thesea :; Japanese concentrated his forcesat r Military Activity Due to Discovery/ Annapolis, Jan. .-The case of Mid-'E| for action. Under the law the recordof RECONVENED 4

of Japan bad.gon in toe Russian I Wei-Hal-Wel In expectation of receiving sLlpman Stephen. Decatur, Jr.- 'who I II' the case then goes to the Secretary .
BADLY INJUREDBY t is mail by Admiral Rojeatven-" an order to annihilate the Russian that France,Was in Best Con has been on trial l for three days be- of the Navy who, has announced
favor Isttrr published! hr the Novoe' fleet if this, the final object of fcre the naval courtmartial for the alleged ,I j that he regards his! duty in the mat.I .
sky In a of' Great Britain.was b?:ond the powerof hazing of Midshipmen McCrar/I ter merely ministerial and unless By Associated Press.
with the permission dition in Her r
to.lay Jan.orMr& have
A MAD ,CAT the Vremya minister! of marine:' ,Referring to! the Javau Je.: History.By and late this'afternoon.Church, vas .given Within to two the b/jsr court' ,: some glaring error notice has will escaped approvei thesuperintendant's .I been Washington.prepared at the Navy Depart'meat

i I the courtmartial at
the court decided upon its findings i I the action of Superintendant Admiral reconvening
By Associate'! Press. Associated Press r-hich ..willbe forwarded to the. BU- l: Sands I I Mare Island which tried enslga
of Thousands Face Wade the engineer officer of the
dew York, Jan. 3.-Mrs. Clara Lain Hundreds: Washington, Jan. 3.-It Is believed Bennlngton at the time of the explosion
31 years old, of West Brighton, is byre that the explanation of the last the finding in that case having
J_a hospital terribly injured and may Death by Starvation in JapanBy German movement' will! be .found in HIGH RECORD FORBAKK j I DEMANDED $200 been disapproved by the Secretary of "
following a furious attack made' the fact that last July when the Moroccan the Navy. The findings will be sent 3 3it .
w u her by a supposedly mad cat. | f I situation developed; an acute back for revision 4 ,

hr home where two cats were Associated confronted with the worst famine stain covered France was la better con- ORIGINAL "VIRGINIAN" '
J*rk i ng. she came upon the, cats, Jau.-i: 8teamer advices the deadly one of sixty years ago.: One dition than at anytime in its history.;; Associated Press MARRIED"* ARIZONABy _
By Associated
flag and at the that on ac- I The weakest point In tha German:\ Press.
clawing each other received hers today say: investigator declares "Ths sentence of New Yorlt. Jan .3.-Last year'sheavy
uV of the kicked them.' starving :army system Is Its power of quick mob-j Rome, Jan. 3.-Cardinal VLictntVannutelli
steps and death has been on one-
thousands.are; already passed dividend
of famine interest! and : .
r* she dlj. so, one cat turned and ran. count In three Provinceswith third of the people in the province of llization and military experts declar-j ments hers are reflected In dliburse-1! arch priest of tljfe Liberian! Associated Press.Chicago
-rt.other Prang at her and bit bsr in northern: Japan. two million eightiiooRDRVVrOR I Mlyaga. I ed that more transportation facilities,If bank exchanges at the clearing house j basilica, received a note vh ch was Jan. 3.- A dispatch to the '
t arm. In a population of Immediately necessary. Tribune from San Francisco CaL.&ays .
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which aggregatea; hU'4dred1) posted In Rome, December 3i< threatening
face
seven: tIffS and a secondIte I the hurry"order for new ;! seven million dollars, or : }
in her arm. The animal was, I:case any unexpected emergency should!I and eighty millions in excess of the previous : the publication1 compromising ) The origina 1 of Owen Wister'a"The tr4
:ally:: beaten off! by a man who was NO MORE YELLOW occur demanding quick mobilization'! 1' eighty highest! record. May 10. l&OI,1 letters, said to have been'written VirgInian," John Henry Hicks, manager $ .
lasslag anj Esca ed. :of the army.MILITARY iI j the day following} the "Corner": in by,the cardinal if he did not send one of the great "T. O." ranch In Mexico

CARS FEVER IN 'HAVANA "' Northern Pacific stoCk. I thousand: lire ($200) addressee at the was married yesterday .to Miss V : t
SCHOONER ARRIVES WITH FREIGHT I ACTIVITi DUE postoffice until called for. The' cardinal Catherine( Adams, daughter Edward .5 ,
COAL FOR NAVY YARD ..".. ": TO CHANGE OF METHODS handed the letter to the policeho F. Adams editorial writer on a San
By Associated! Pre"'I'I M. Etienne 'the present minister. M.,.'! to-day arrested. a well dressed Francisco newspaper. Hicks first met
the 8choone--C1umet. Captain Associated- Pro Havana, Jan:3.-Acoor.11ng to an official Paris Jan 3.-Tha ambassador of Etienne believes, in preparedness for) man asked for a letter with the InItIals her when she was a school teacher at <
:oPt tel l, arriveoi! In port yesterday By Uan. 3.-"-The' ;railway administration I report tonight yellow fever has :on? of the' great powers said today any eventuality and has adopted a vigorous "C. E." The prisoner, whose Temple, Arizona. Mexican friends of ? '
Ord jning from Baltimore having on Berlin, orders' ;last week for disappeared from'Havana and no suspicious -I that he-wa* convinced that the recent policy. Coming at the time of the,name is kept secret and'who protests Hicks sent hm! a box of dolls dresselo
a cars of tons of coal fork l placed observation. controversy oyer Morocco his that -1Vb-n-tbe represent characters in WlstEr'Sstory 4
the 1-870 thousand freight car, at a cases are under !revival of French military activity, French-German innocence proved ..
t to P?!Sacol navy >'ard- This coal twenty million dollars, with the I Since Its first appearance In October which has tiven! rise to alarmist re It led toa, widespread Impression blackmailing letter was.,* posted in Hicks" and his wife will 11 r*\ t
be unl adea and stored at thet i cost of fifty were taken Rome he was In Genoa where he on the "T. 0. ranch which la south ot
!IM ,of R;lflum. Holland. there have been sixty-nine cases, twen ports was;lee mainly to a change from that the! precautions
fur USe r of the navy.ca .manufacturers possible results. In landed reaching Italy,froms.New the Rio Grande. 150 miles from ,fit
vessels} and. Italy stipulating de- l ty-three fatal and forty-six discharged i The''military'metbods of M. Berteaux, In 'oonn Uou *ith on
..** few come months.to Pensacola during thej i Ihery Switzerland by middle;ot February* 'as cured. I former minister of. war to' those of that matter. ,York. l'&IQ.t. .


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ternoon to the effect that the coast 1 ,whenever she suffers from any of woman's biting and weakening pains.

NN steamer P. J,'Jhistlewood; of New Orleans -,! $ It not only compels the pains to stop, but it follows up and drives ctf

m was ashore on the gu'f! beach} JNRUSSIA i the cruse:of the pains, which prevents them from coming back.

about twenty miles east of Pnsacola; I ,It makes you veil Try I it
''tar, and that her 'condition at .thi
'm'' u; Shoest3 time the parties left the scene was I Sold everywhere in $1.00 bottles.

I anything but safe. '1 I .

I Those"bringing the news weTS two |Day WiUBe' DbsglYed b by Workmen WBTTE: US A LETTER "WITHOUT A PAIN,"

t3 m of the seamen from the steamer, ,whot' freely and frankly in strictest confidence writes Mary Shelton of Poplar

Nm I had fought successfully from the' as" One of General i telling us all your symptoms and Bluff,Mo., "I (..It do my housework,
stranded: boat through the surf to the]1 troubles. We will send free advicein although, before taking CARDUI, two
land, and then walked to the qaaran-j j I Mourning. ( plain sealed envelope), how to doctors had done me no good. I can
m TAKE tine station, where they boarded a: cure them., Address: Ladies'Advisory truthfully say I vas cured by CarduiI
NOTICE THAT m launch and' came to the city after as::j Dept.,Tt> ChattinooYa'btediaca: Co., want every suffenng lady to know of

'v slsance. I i By Associated Press Chattanooga. Tenn. this wonderful medicine."

The Thistlewood was bound from\ St. Petarsburg.! Jan. 3.-A glncrallmeeting :i .. .. "' -- .
m. ftft Tampa for New Orleans and is sup*, J of the workmen's counsel and'I "'";JI<,,.f.:.v _" ,,_-, ,,,'-, .. -- ...'. ,":t {11
posed: to have on board a car,o of ((delegates of all tie pro'ctarlat organ--}I ,
We have just received oranges and other fruit. She intended -,rations' has been in session! : secretly -. ----- --- -- -- ---- ""1

,a Big Shipment of the Cetea m stopping at Pensacola for coal, as, since last eight:;! p3rfecting their future 'J.tc: :w- '..., --

has been custom since she was' : program. All that' is thus far I
a brated Packard Shoes in the Very Newest and Swellest i placed on the the new line, but was caught ]known Is that they are planning to FiVeBruDs New e.BaJke'1ables I

In the severe gale of yesterday morning 'turn the anniversary 'January 22

I styles of the season. ,. which blew at the rate of 50 j ("Red Sunday"), when the most seri! II

miles atfhpvftvjand J ) was beached. At: ous rioting'Is St. Petersburg .occurred,I Po'NoW Everything Up-to-Date.
least this :i:the information secured I Into a day of national morning during

Plain Leather last night. The seas! were very rough i :which Jt Is planned to mak demonstrationg ., 14 Ease Government Street.
m $3.50. Shiney Leather $4.00. ftft and rising ail'the time -so two of the' j Tn memory of the "Martyrs.:, "

i crew volunteered to try to make oho r j All the shops, factories' and theatres J| PARLORS_ J. A. BILLINGSLEY, Prop.
after the easel hal beached, and will! be'clo'Sed and the street ear and I>
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railroad services will be !}
launching a life boat succeeded in doing j stopped.
so, afterwards coming to the city, Requiem: masses will be celebrated
i for assistance and processions In which the workmen I

rueeeaeaeaaaeaeeaaeaeeaaaaaeeeaeaaeaeaaa Tug and' Life Saving Crew will wear crepe, on ,their sleeves will
WM c march through the streets. No
JOHNSON pa-
Last night Nellie,
&SON the tug Captain pers will be allowed to appear excpt I
; Eldridge left the city for the point J with black borders. It Is propose: to
where the vessel, is aground. On the make
gigantic, peaceful manifestation
way she stoppei and picked up the -
but It they attempt to It
carry
k life saving crew and their paraphernalia out, be l Itaaers fully understand that
which will be carried along and
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it is sure to precipitate bloodshed
may be useful in rescuing' the crewfrom'the a large scale. on BLOOD. Pill
vestal"
if the weather is very
***a *.***** .. ..t.fi'l.I" E'lFYaYX-7fibK# syiHH/ YSlFlidSYY rough. Late in the afternoon it was From Admiral Rojestvensky's account -
II: Y1Y'4'7NYihY'fix'Yi3 stated'that of his tactics in the battle of
the seas were running very the Sea of Japan published in the i


.i NEWS of WEST FLORIDA I i \i high pected the gulf and that the and If the weather consequently steamer threatening is it damaged is ex on* Novoe mander convinced Vremya outmaneuvered today that the the Admiral Russian reader is Togo com almost i Itching. Scabby Skin, Bone Pains, Swell( innsi


to any extent there will be considerable If yon hare aches beats all Seabi,Scales.Eruptions.'
at every point and was himself 'the I Watery

A ;HH****#i *_ 1tU_ _iH_ >>fr** #** **#***: 'H- :* The trouble condition Ja getting of the the vessel crew Bout off. r real Admiral'victor.Togo's He exact declares whereabouts he knew twodays -t1 and back Itching pairs and,in Scabby Joint bones*,, Blisters.
not be learned, or/the extent of he Pkln, Blood feels
course. Wonder I damage: ,by going ashore. She is before the battle, mad his dis- bot-Swollen Glands, CANCER'Ouppnratiaq
who Dr. Baltrell will but
hope
the H/positlons
and
vacancy will be filled accordingly and entered the Kliings Bumpson
get to smile at the customers? I vessel somewhat larger and heavlA!Hfljht f with his the BUla Mucus
i I, r MARIANNA The soon.Mrs.. than the steamer Tarpon, and is o n| eyes open. The admir- Tb tabotr +e $nsfl. Patches la Monij, 8TT lUfig .E&ttos Bows!I,Tasnoreugl7Ulcers. -
wedding Dr. lfal
F of Mrs. Annie Neel Maloy only casually .
i of Mobile, who has states in the course of whtt Bo ntr:Blood Bore Throat. Pima,1mwWdomlkiagwe B.B.B.healaheeotesorworet
.
of Greenwood been the her ..lecon4."yoyage! out of New Of%, his .' pie, cancer p.rt.ctly. If you hares
... and Mr. J. C. Davis; oftliis guest.of Mrs C: 1... Wiggins i letter that the minister of marine Copper.Cotored
f 1. r..r. w.r I has ; leans/'havfcig tieen secured and placd1o 1 blood I pure and rid!. Hpots,ail down, pen>l t nt Pimple, ewellts s. Blinn( n{
:city, occurred at the bride's residence I returned to her ,home., the betw.eenJNew ;: iff Investigating the causes of the cata- Uloe rj on= Fain,tate Blood. Balm and tl1e.wtU disappear -
Special. to The Journal. today. Both are well thought: vWlIllam Miles ''2tDd .:'dauhter'.HtisS': 0rle&aitPeasaaola BewiUne ioaugurate In crder to determine whither body. HASt or Eyebrows Jalllne ouItAko before they develop Into CAnCer. t
r of in their respective communitiesand i I Dettle of Jwkson. Ala.. spentth c and Tampa. the commander shall be courtmartialed f'Bolanlo -Bltod :Balm Guar llteed I'Botanic Blood Ealxa (R.B.B.) Is peu; -
: d
+ Marianna. Jan. 3.-A interesting ant and late to tlloke. Thoroughly Ustti
very holidays '
we wish for them a long and happy with. the family of J. A. Wig for the loss& of the fleet. for
myesrs.
Composed of Pure Botacla
-1 I gins. Chamberlain's, Cough Remedy the to ear the worst and most deep seated 1\\
sight now Is two marble cuttersat life. .
.r OM6'. .B.all all corps,stops all aches and Ingredient fetrenjfttensVaok; h om.
work ju tho atone for the nsw Mr..;,Wl: B. Folsom has sold ,his stock Rev. ,and Mrs.. J. o.h. hat f f. Best tf*$a., pats,reduces aU .trelllng*,snakes blood ache, cures Dyspepsia. Frlee 5 1 perlarge
wrence bottle. Take
e directed. If
r opinion! Chamberlain's Cough pare and rich changing the body Into as not
J
court house of merchandise to Messrs. Davis & returned tome ':aft r a, few days vis made *, COURT DECIDE IN healthy ooIIdi lon.Old cured when right'quantity .a taken
f Mr,R. E. Steed is serving his friends Pitira.n, who will ,continue the business it. Miss at Sepulaga; Ala>. V tyre.', la Cora the Walker best :bf PortervillCalifornia. for callssays .' Rheumatism, Catarrh Eczsms,'Scrofula writing money Blood refonded.Balm sample Oo,Atlanta Bent Ga.Free Describe by
at 1. B. Dixon's store now. at the same stand. Tbesa'-lA.wte e has returned arc eased by Poison la the Blood. B.B.B your trouble and special tree medi.
"t Dave Robinson. Jr. says that moving from Castleberry, Ala., where ehe Theraris no 'doubt about FAVOR OF L S. N.Washington. stops Hawking and Bpitting Itching and cal advice to cult you: COM, also sans in
The .
citizens .9t'.thin .
town .should
a poatofflce into new quarters is visitedfriends.POWELTOM. .-, -. : its beingth; best, ? Nq utb-jr will cure borawbiagi clues gheuxnausm Catarrh; sealed l uar. '
learn their boys: to behave : t '
themselves a cold so,quickly. 'JQother: 1 If so rfdre
no joke but a solid fact when it ; -
cornea
on New Year night and not roll all the 4
a preventive: of pneumonia. No otherIs '
to work. wire and other truck they can find upon pleasant and safe-to tske. Jan. ':2.-The Supreme
so 'Thes
The Chas. King; Dramatic Co. gave the sidewalks change the signs [ are good reasons why It rould.be) WbAVomaiFeeIs
_
;; an entertainment Tuesday night in L Li I || ; preferred tbe of'the
} peg key boles and otherwise do mis- to any other., Ths fact .is that [ case Louisville & Nashville ,
i the Davis Opera" House and rendered"East chief such as pulling a ten horse gasoline few people are satisfied with I i RailroadCompany' vs.. F. E. Deer, :,
", Lynne. Several thought at engine at least 200 feet and leaving after having, once, used this any other I I rcverslog the decision of th3 Supreme D d.mi
I first that "East Lynne" could never remedy. Court of Alabama, which favorable press
.it on the walks. Wonder if Mr. Calhoun For : was .
sale by all t.freeueni
Special druggists.
j 1)9 played here but the stage was of is rather angry over the tem to The Journrl. I to. Deer. This was an action to 9t

1 sufficient filie. This company will I porary borrowing of his machinery bye Powelton Jan. .-New Tear recover $24 claimed by Deer to be due !Pl''Ut headaches,a"Uod case of

come back by here in the spring a some 'or our'most prominent young! town.spent very Miss pleasantly Lena in ourlittl Proclamation, Jan. 3.PresldentRoosevelt : ,.him for wages by the railroad ocm- ? &Jib 1IabJl1ty DO&necess&l1l'IOmO to sleep aely a Loyola: nen: ,"Jl&Ck all-gene of mi
north and Marye dire
they so \ citizens? Mullens '' pany. The'company admitted ha.vln'ol..ed ; female
Mr. C. T. McDaniel will move his entertained a party of young people hfs issued a proclamation;, to Deer the amount claimed, but It's .,f
:
:Mr. Henry D. returnei to the
King Jacksonville at their horn conferring upon imports from Switzerland Liver.ATLPRVCCISTS.
on Monday
from evenin resisted
family
i Sneads to our little city ; payment on the ground that
Saturday, after a very pleasant : with music and of argols, still wines, vermuth', .
ames Mr.
Ollie the
]Tuesday. Mr. Mack la the night mar money had; been paid on a gar- Don't fan to 'at
visit to big old home. bran-ales and works tot
shal. Jennings end Miss Marye Mullens : of art, the reductions n'shee: proceeding, The garnishee today lour drtt t
Work is hustling along on the Carter Why don't our city fathers get busy furnished the music. After the provided for In section three of.f'roceeding'was in Florida nctwlthi .

building and at the. present rate- on the proposition' of lights for Mari games refreshments were served. the Dingley! act. j i standing Deer was a resident of Ala- BERDINE
)
I[the whole.buildtag willsoon be ready anna? They are said to be needed by The table was .beautifully decorated I jtama,. and the Alabama! trial court '
1
M [for the, eft of its tenants, the post all of the cItizens and we voted for in green and pink and the house was Distilleries Shut Down. held the Florida court to be without
e /offlC9<4a Jn6.mo"ed in Monday. the issuing of the bonds. There must decorated: with holly, 'mistletoe, and Mexico City, Jan.The short jurisdiction and the ,railroad. company normal
1 be something wrong somewhere.<< pot plants. Ev'eT"yone went away declaring corn crop has caused many distilleries! to,:be liable
Mr C. C. tJo
Liddon will g
erect a fine the'New Year' entertainmentmost to shut down as the price: is too: hljhl I 10 Cents. Jirrfr botUQ 5 "
dwellagg) on the other side of the rail enjoyable. to make alcohol at a profit .Some* ,__----__-__ -- '

t4 road., Mr..I* W. Watson will leave .Friday i Miss Florence "Thatcher one of our concerns considerable are leas fulfilling contracts ;at a THE BULL'S HORNS A'f,

for Macon. Oa. to take a business. I QI PINE BARRENSpecial j I'opular' young_l ladies left Monday to .. J Th t'. th; Place to Take Hold.A ALL OR UGGI&TS.

a crepe a scnooi' flown on the P. &; A- RUSSIAN PREFECT CF \ .man Ears: =-o-
division. We, wish her much success. POLICE ASSASSINATED "Som years ago, while l employed: as I

DOES YOUR SCALP ITCH. Mrs. Seals'and family have move an' Inspector by a !Iarg3 woven wira r Denmark,Claim 5rl.on. Marine
to The Journat. to Pensacola'friends to the /egret of, thsirmany By Arsociatrd! -I! Press Ftcce Co.,,I was compelled: to give up The Dates maintain that Admiral Grocery

l ':An Your Hairs Dropping Cut One Pine Barren, flan. 3.-The Christmas here. abianica,'Poland -]'!n. :3.-Ti! prefect : my position because of 111 health .Nelson War one*of their race despite
by One holidays.are now past and every Miss Gail Everheart'and Miss Lay of police here was assassinatedtoday. brpught on br coffee ,rwisonmg.j the fncl'jbjf( ( he teas born'in England. 604, 605, 60S, 610 S, Palafox SL
king seems to have ada Brown returned Monday after a from childhood I had used coffee! Phone 725.
assumed its ; I I. They '
If scalp Itches I i i point out that the name is Dac-
your you are doubtless normal status. 1906 was ushered in pleasant visit to Muscs::':ee. Ifre'ly, and for many years had no'. ;
ish
Buffering: from danotuff. The with few'' ceremonies. ,Miss Mary Wilson! visited. ,relatives I i thought; that then was possible: harmi J[ and that many: Panes were settlers V. J. VIDAL, Manager.THE .

dandruft'germ Is digging up your Mrs. Adeline Campbell who resides in Pensacola last week. for the past few days bat i is now iaipiovinj. -:'In [If | In; East Amelia.: They consoled! themselves .

eaSp sapping in little he flakes life,of called th hair dandruffand with her sister, Mrs. Judge Mc Ul- Miss Lena and Marye Mullins attended I j j I '"But a* tme! went on I gradually I! ;of; over their' eteat at the battle : HOME OF' GOOD THINGS TO !

No hair will bulb. lan, is slowly improving after a dan a dance at Musoogee\ last Friday Mr. and Mrs. Ollie Mullins of MJS- became Ue victim of indigestion, then] Copeahajea, with the thought that j EAT. .)
because preparation it won't kill cure dandruff gerous illness. night and they returned Satur cogee. visited his mother Mrs. J. II j jet I heart trouble, then cf habitual heaJ-i(I the victor: wag'one of their own race. t I Ij Just Received: '
the
11 that, the trouble. Newbro'sHarpicide germ A.J.; '. Driskill of day accompanied by their nice Maude Mullins, last week. {j!aches, ant finally was cooipleta'y'! I I'I l j At 1 least ode Scandinavian historian re- ]Halibut Chunks, Halibut Quick Lund
causes one the salesmen
I la the latest scientific discovery in the McMillan Mill Co. Jennings. Miss Alice Baily Is the guest: of1 knocked ot.1by nervous tars:to hi l.:fftmily as,"one of the most SO kits of fancy Mackerel )Ua ta
,
store has Mr. Joe Thames of'Carriere. Miss., Miss Sabra rtardy this week.A which lost me a goal p.oltrauon'1: brilliant: d&apleg. of noble! English ]kit. -
1 ; and: It will kill the dandruff removed to At more, Ala., where he "
l enn. Destroy the cause, and you expects to engage in the mel+chantile was the guest. of Mrs. Wilson last .'I job that I had held for families: *oe cepded from the NorthBJen. I 50 kits Salmon $1.23 per kit
week. \ Card.:! t"At'1I.r6t. I scarcely knew ." .. 50 kits halibut kit
remove the effect kill the and business for himself what tot j fins. $L5! pCt
1. will have ; germ fallIng Mr, and Mrs. U,- M_ Welch ana1 children This Is to ratify that all druggistsare do, as. medicines seemed to have no I( "" 50 kits of. Cod Tongues and Sound

:f}' you hair or baldness.no more'For danaruff.sale by W.- the Proto public W. N. Durham principle of of Muscogee', visited relatives authorized to :trefucd: your money f la sing effect bet it was up to ma to dj; Ataeeeraglaa. $1.25 per' kit.Bloaters .

1 A. D'Aleniberte, druggist and apothecary In few school at this place will here last Tuesday and Wednesday. If Foley's Honey and Tar falls to cure!!! something! and I turned my attention At the ej:.+ e'otAD: address during aa Milkers and Roes [HfrriaA;
a days return
121 South palafox street or sndlOc in Illinois to his olal home Proto 1 I. E. Allen of Brents, was your cough or cold. It stops the J!!ito :213' die.: Having read more or less .electioneering caupaljn in Ireland I Codfisn, Pickled Salmon! Dill) Pick-
where he expects in future the guest of )Ir.. B. EL Wtiddoq Sun cough, heals the lungs t .
and prevents{about the injurious effect? of coffee, I .question German Sauer Krout.
there
in
stamps, for sample to The Herpjclde to reside. Invited A
We regret that he has man
day.Mrs. serious results from a,coll. Cures U]I conducted that! I wool expsriment to was Pigs Feet in kits $1.00.
Co. Detroit Mich.
seen to making tor tb. platform
:
proper give the when
up position. he
Robert I received
Thtmpson: has been ill grippe couth and prevents pnsumonfaand !jsee' whether that was tha canes of) i I Manewal and Lange's Fruit: Ci-f-
: _. --- consumption. Contans: no op-!-'ti my troubles." j \fback} over the bead with a National Biscuit Go's Fruit Cafce I*
-
ii1 r' --- --- -- ates. The genuine! in a yslloJtr i,I 'At first :. cut down my coffee allowf -]I,stick. fie_\va| stunned and bad to be per pcund. 1

C-1 II. package. Refuse substitutes. W. .\.!)f I bee half, using! potum'or the carried,i, ou\:amU:an proar When or. We handle the celebrated bless:: rI.l.oree

D'Alember druggist and apothecary.: ; other !half ol, my tabla beverage. This;1,der was restored the chairman. rose end : roasted by the Gulf! City Co:"s j

[ THE PIANOS WE i helped!! mi rcm;, but dIJ. net do what!; blandly: as!iedc 'v, Co., H. P. Chlpman :Manager\ : .
;t:t. SELL ARE BUILT I I waniedit dil not relieve "Is there'any other gentleman: who Oaxaca SJc lb.; Gold Standard -*

| a0 entlr! j e ill suffered mrfce or would like! .t> ..k'a question Ibt Diamond Blend 25c! lb, Gol&s!

AYCOCK Iii !Sees with !headache and n rvouEneu.' Needles to say, there was not Rio, 20c l lb.Strictly ..
.So'I just 'took the bull by the horns fresh roasted and as &00

\ TO LAST A LIFETIME fend ,cut the coffee off short. From -forieetty.; as any Coffee sold In this city d
: Xt the day'that I b- gan to drink Postum Irate Parent'(why has been trying to Send us your urders and 1\'e 1111! -

t Special to The Journal. t tAycock. Exclusively my health began to Im- satisfy Joun's'curjostty oo every known liver promptly _

Jan. 3.-The ,first day oft*} prove and I have continued its use, subject
as nnjjertth n-Now.
Lb the.most : the New Year was not a very pleasant' I expect to! ,do for the rest of life If ask Johanie, DIKING RUNYAN,
by reputable Piano builders in my you me another [
I the world. They are one for D.. J. 0. Kinard and family.: MThs result ]ivthat I have ; question I'll whip
Kranlch Each, not, hal; a you on the ,spot Johnnie
really masterpieces of Piano construction. The tone is beau- In the morning at 6:30: o'clock, Dr.;! headache !in years, no man ha* better curiosity (whose UndyIng Agents for theMarine

: : Lester tifully full, rich} and resonant. the touc Kinard was awakened by the burning J digestion, nil nervesare, like Iron and of punishment overcomes even the dread
.exquisitelY responsive. and cracking of his house but 'the' ) Wi-wh what spot
by
meats
I + my powers are clearer, Wolverine EngineAlso
:' and Clutter. the mechanism perfect, the cases beautifully designed and the help of the entire crew they managed rigorous aqd>} accurate than ever more be papa? *_

: fittings in most artistic. to says a part of their belongings. The fore.
every way Buy I
to..daYpywhen like
you loss Is estimated at about $600. They "Shajl be nil A..t....
;glad
'. to testify,at
have the any time First 1 Sap- Bow; "
of this
sympathy community.Mr. ." that Postum Food Coffee did all dq you dot Second The Racycle
i Oldest and Largest Wf S., Davis and Robert Cook for mea and keeps me hale and this Man-Bee pardoq,.. but, :you have the
,
114-116. Palafox St. hearty .
.!, j Music House In. Clutter Music House Phen.15 : after reported for duty yesterday morning' I can do no less." Name given by advantage'of, :-jnft. First Man-Yes, I We carry a Full Line of
; a two ,
weeks vacation. Cuess I bate.We
FlorIda' were engaged
to
Battle. the
PENSAGOLAr tura..co'i > Creek, Mica ..,.
Mrr W. E.'ArCOlk'ma.je'a short. bue- There's .a reason. Rad the little same girl;:J>ut JOB married ber.- ltts. General ,Sporting Goods
r d mesa trip to' Marianna, 1: Book "The goad to WellvUIe" in pkgs. burg.DJi .. t.-'1 ... ; .
506 S. Palafox Str
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., THURSDAY MORNING JANUARY 4, 1906
THE PCN8ACOLA;
_i- JOURNAL. _
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A GENTLEMAN'S TASTE IS BEST {
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SSFEFBUD F SUITEDWITH" A ,


CERTIFIED CHECK Special Thursday ;
Bargains
*'/ %M'ilitIir HElD REGULAR 5c CIGAR. ;

All the qualities of flaror,aroma 4
color and.good material is J ..- i j
..in our.. .
embodied In It .to' ;
: .
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SESSION A. Greenhut & ,Co., '
: ':' -
I DISTRIBUTORS SEMI-ANNUAL

FENSACOLA. FLORIDA.Oottroll. .
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f Policeman and Fjremaii Must


.' Wear HetaBfa or Baps.6,Hide 'FINE: PHOTOGRAPHS. ,.
... S
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< Pnsa S

Free on Cars/: ".! -- -la:-. Fla.-----, --. Inventory Sale "

RING C.' L. McVOY :

No Matter What the The Board ofublic.Safrtybeld 1 its FUon cheap*687.WfMern Take advanMjre JUeatil of Meats biog ; ;
a&t"C'altl'De
regular
session last night, with Chair- urered to.ny; part_ f the city.RE1. I I
Weather Signs Say, I man Ingranam presiding, and Messrs ,
McGaughey. White and Major Blist!,: .

you can say jou're all g I ramuteg present. After the reading. of the! I We will make clean of all Broken Lines Odds and" Ends and '
right if "ou.re backed up t were a numbar',of routine matter i, ROBERTSON a ,sweep I _.
considered and
with Coats-all one of kind our Rainproof of weather I Connors the applications! acted of Police upon, afterwhich Officers Remnants., Come prepared to profit by our Extraordinary Bargain 'Offerings and
and Roaoh and Fireman

OU,will bo' the same to I they Touart were for off full' duty pay on during account'the'of thne in. you will not be disappointed The following is but a partial list of the many attractive -

juries sustained while Jn the dis OPENS REVIVAl .
:
Cold Wave Coming! charge of fame wen read, and after bargains to go on sale Thursday morning: : .

some discussion order '
See the deduction we paid, provide.
have put on Sweaters to tha city attorney gave it :as, his opinIon -
that they could be paid out-of the
move. them this month. incidental fund,,'and If not to refer'the SERVICE DRESS GOODS BARGAINS SILK.BARGAINS.
They re in our south win- petitions to the council with a recommendation ,. .
.
ow.STAflDARDtrD'lHltGfiJ that be : -
they paid !
The applications Gso. L. Parker 50-inch Tweed Suitings, worth $1.00 and $125: per'jard, to goat liMnch Taffeta Silks. in. pink white, cream and black, wortk

and :J. S. Hutching for positions. on -- .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ., ,. .. :..... ., .. .. ... ...59c75c 40c, to go Thursday at '.. .. .. .. .. .. ... ..' .: .. .. .25c

( the police) they force stand. .were the approved.necessary. .. ., providea {examination. -- A Large Congregation Listened to I Plain Mohairs! 'and. Fancy Tweed Suitings, special ., ,.:" 49c 36-inch day's sale Pagoda.. .Taffeta. .. .. .Silks. .. ,.all. .-colors.. .,. .worth, .. ..90c..In..Thurs.. .. .,57c

J S ... Flannel all colors .. .. .. .. .. C. ..39c Be..t $1.00 and: $1.25' Liberty and Swiss Taffeta Dress Silks, r
,
Plain Suitings
50c now .
; The applIcation of Henry L. Thorn : the Eloquent Divine at .Pies : S llsh.effects, logo at ;.. .. .. ... ... .. .. .. .. .. '. .. .690
for a similar position, was referred: to Best. J1.50 Broadcloths. sponged and shrunk. for: .. .. .. .f .98c 75c Faille Bnlliante Silks, choice colors. now. .. .. .ow .. u 47c
:
\ Ir/terian' Church.Rev.
the marshal S : / I .
The application of A.' H.:Cook' and

BrosnahamDotson&Co. C.department H. Davis were for positions approved.( l In Jaey the'having fire. Tt-xas.' George; F.'no ,rtson, of Paris, '- .' UNDERWEAR BARGAINS. TOWEL BARGAINS. '
: : opened a revival service af i
been endorsed by th6 ,chief, and the'' First
Boilar Makers, Machinistsand stood the examination.. Those of night, and the Presbyterian spacious edifice church! 'Tvas-last Mea'g Br5t 50c.iFleced. Shirts or Pants m Thursday's sale fpr 38c 19x45-inch Bleached Huck Towels, 15c value, special, each

Founders. Francis H. Wal' /'and Thos. A. Wilson. w11 'filled with' members of the con- Men's '75c Extra Fleeced Underwear, special .. .. .. .. .. :.' ..49c 9<% or-per'dozEn .. .. .. .. ..: ,. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..-.;. ,.98c
Steamship and Mill Supplies. were referred: ; 'to the. chief for? inves: elation as"'well .as citizens of 'otherdenominsitltrn. Men's Wool 5c Bleached Huck Towels, to go, per dozen .. .. .. .. .. .. ..35c
1.50 FineShetland Underwear In whiteS
,
.
919. Coyle Street tigation. ____.__:' __ "., tH. ** _oiiiH.....i'';".r....*.... ;" ?..*. *vw- gray 18x32: .-inch Bleached Muck Towels, regular lOc value, to go at
Phone Wharf n Sceptionally .. .
Office Marshal Schad -- : c '" u"u's" """A7 and red, medicated, special. .. .:... ,. ;. :. .$1.10
Beddence Phone 9S3 Penaaeola. Klonda. and Chief Ricker 1ar. e, especially when th; 7c each or'Der dozen .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .,75c
brought to the attention of the board Boys' or 'Girls' Swlss'Ribbed'and Fleeced"Shirts or Pants,
inclement weather' is considered. Best 19c All-Linen Huck Towels, 19x36 ,inches, Thursday'ssale
AU Work Has Our Personal Attention.' the fact that the Street Railway Company The subject last night[, was ,."The 40c value, Thursday ;o. .... .. .. .. ',. ;, .. .. .. ..'.i. ,. .. .25c 'price .. .. '..:*..' ... .. .. .. .. ..of .. .. ;. .. .. .'. .. ..14e <
no longer allowed officers: and Holy .Ghost," and :Mr. Robertson BOA s' leece-L1nedSh1rts or Pants, best. 50c, :quality.,, special f' Extra-Fine All-Linen 'Hu k Towels, best 25c value, special :

firemen to rIde.upon the ar?; .free pr'ached upon 'His ,personality and of Thursday .. .. .*- .'. .. .. .. ." .. .", ,'r .. .. .. .. ... .. ..35cLadles' Thursday;, -.. .. ;;. --i-.: !. ?. *.. .. .. .. .. .. ;. .. ,19c
TERSELY TOLDLake unless they w' r.ein "full uniform and God's constant-presence with His peo 75c Fine Fleeced Vests or' Pants:.special!; ... .t ,., ;. ..,49n Best 12c-Russia Crash-Toweling for .. .. .. . ...'. .u .81/ic
with helmet or'cap.' : This. ortr. had ple. Mr., Robertson is'a most forcible Ladies, $1.25 Fine*Shetland Wool .Vestskor, Pants, for ;?.-. .., .. 92c, Best 8e Gloss Toweling,!special Thursday ... .. ,. u OW' .... ..5 cI I
only recently gone.lnto'. ..effect Marshal and, attractive speaker, being dacldedlj" -
Jones, of Jacksonville was in Schad stated that .Done .of the gospel' 'Preacher --
a not
'and a sen
the city jecteiday;: on.short. business officers ever wore:'threir helmets eicCpt -sationalist. The message which he '
visit. when on .their,: beats; always brings goes home ',to the heart, and I from 10 11'
9 to
leaving them at_ the, police: station he preaches to.the intellect, moves Extraordinary. Bargains a._ m. Thursday Only.
W C. McLaughlin, of Floral*, Ala. when going home to meals dr when the
feelings, and appeals to the rea-
was in the city yestetday on one of his gcln'g off dat. ,. '
regular: bu ness visits. Mayor Bliss 'e'Xplained"that the company son. His sermon last night was listened -, 5,000 yards best I5e Zephyr Ginghams, new styles, for one Castle' & Co.'s (French Pattern Hats, worth $10 to $15 ; !

bad stated to. him that all was to with rapt:, attention by all|' hour only, per'yard .' .:o". .,:, .. '.. .. .._ .. !. ., .,. .8V2c choice .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ., .. .. .. .. .. ,'. ..$2.50

Jos. L Llcata Columbus left last Miss night with, recessary was for the. officers and and evenfn'gdid at no moment th congregation during the enulloo'I' 5.000 yards best 15c. Outings: and Flannelettes, choicest pat. Ladies' $1.50 Wool Flannel Waists! for one hour .. .. .. .. u 89e. Ri! :
here
his family in future for reside. firemen to wear their badges, but the follow his wonils.T terns, for one hour ,.' .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ._ .. ... .. ..92c 10 yards Finest 36-inch Sayles Bleachary Cambric. to each ; \
he will i marshal replied that none 'of his men morning' at 10 o'clock another Best lOc and 12-c! 'Heavy Fleeced Outing Flannels. for' one customer, for .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .95c ,

R. A. Bonifay and R. H. Bonifay, of I ever boarded. the cars without their serr ... will be held,.at which his subject hour only .. v.. .... .. .... ..; ,. ,. .. ..,.. ......?...... ....7cL. 10 yards Extra 'Brown Sheeting Domestic, 36 inches wide for 47c .
badges.
Dixie. Ala.. piomlnentTnill men in that There was much discussion 'over wnl" be '"The. ib-le and. Ho1_to I Best $!.00'Comfortsfor' : one hour ." .. .? .. _. .. ., .. ,.69c Men'slOe Wh.te Handkerchiefs to go 3 for 'ow .... u .. h' u ;.,19c .
tim and well known in Pensacola! Use It, and to-n'ght( at 7:30 o'clockhe j.
6'nerein(( the city jesterday.Rer the policy of the company, and it flially will preach on "VPrayer\ and How Best $1.00 '104=- Blankets s. special, .. .. ,u .. .-. .. ...... .. .. ..69c 3 cakes of Finest lOc Toilet Soap for .. .. .. ,. u .. *. .. ..24c
terminated by the appointmentof It. is Answered.! The public is cordially -
F. A. Rogers, pastor, announces a committee consisting of Messrs. invited to all of these';ervices
thai! there "nl be services at the Gadsd McGaughey.' White and Oliver to call the :Mr. RobertsQn Is the guest while. in Souvenirs,_will .be Given Away to the first 20 purchasers of $2.OQ or over 1. ;
n street church. every night. this upon this" city a.ttorney'and learn Pensacola' cf: ;Mr,. and. Mrs.: \V.- S.:I '
.eet: '.* provisions' granted under the"com-pany.which the charterwas ," Garfield. -S a after.thfi-tl, ik strikes.9.. ,Don't miss this: Grand Clean-Up Sale.

TVm. Crawford, the well known Marshal Schad submitted his '
Freeport citizen, was in the city the.number Lines Working Well.
yesterday showing ,
|monthly report
New Y01"I Jan. 3.-The ,
t and was an agreeable caller at of arrests, convictions,, etc.. In the police cable companies
Tae Journal office. Mr. Crawford will department.( It was as follows: I were advised today that the T.9.H. Lannon
return home today. Number of arrests ........ 468 telegraph lh:l'8 to St. Petersburg are I & Co ;

Discharged: ... .........j.... 69 now working' well There is comma I 1. _
"Rightly Dividing the Word ofTruth'S I Guilty ...........,..,...p-... '351 nication ;arith ,all:stations except Ods-j!: ,
was the subject of Evangelist Sent to criminal court ..... 9 sa, Saratott and Samana The .. .-
0 P. Spiegel last night! at the Chris Sentence suspended ....i.. 33 sus and Siberia are still cut off. i I; _- r i'irimii. ., i ,
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fan! cnuren<< tabernacle on Gregory Continued ...... .....%.. .... 3 I
trf't't, near Alcanlz. The singing was costs assessed ..$2,124.00 '
: Fines and
good. Services tonight at 730. 'Fines and osts'i'coUect .... 1,484.00Pound HOUSE: TO DE8AJ'E'PHiliPPINE i"i "' 'M it '1
THE
fees collected .... 't. 38.50 COLD DAYS. '!tAJJliSeJ1ellts I
Yesterday was pay day in the city MRS.'M.HOGHICHDIED ;
and checks were' distributed to the BILLBy
Are very trying on one whose systemis I
a
n In the various departments cov CONSOLIDATIONOF
all run down, bowels constipated
ering the last fifteen days of the last I '
month. and blood impure. No wonder you; "' "' PRf3'AID ,
CHAPTERS take cold so easily. Baill up and fortify I 'S
lAST Associated Press.
,Among the prominent attorneys who the system by taking Last Night's Play. '
Washing1on'Jan.: 3.-The bill reduc- ;
"The Gambler's Wife" was played:
were in the city yesterday on business e.
before the United States court "OSTETTER'SSTOtv14CN ia,; the duty'"on Philippine products last night by the Ina Lehr Stock Company 4 : I IIIQTS

vere Judge Spencer R. Atkinson,MaJor PENSACOLA AND OKOLOOSA will be the regular order business in to a Aery large audience. The

W, V,*. DeLaney anl C. D.cook. of CHAPTERS OF. THE AMERICAN NIGHT the House to-morrow. and for several I play has been: presented so many timesin ? 6 QTS S
Is
BIFTERS. Pensacola that nearly every one
Atlanta; Judge Daniel Campbell, of familiar with It.
l DeFumak> CoL Clark. of
: Moniicellc CONSOLIDATE.
GUILD : .
bill which is not ready to be
I lid:! Hon. Frtd. T. Myers, of Tallahasit. You'll find It splendid for preventing The specialties were all fine and
... Chills, Colds and Pn umonia, ''alsoforcuring reportea'( x No time Indigestion Dyspepsia, Costiveness .l the bill has been set but it is expected Miss LaBelle' Morris sang "'Neath the
Rathbone Lodge, No :30.: Knights of A joint rietins of the members of ,"Bloating and Malaria. Try it Esteemed Lady Expires After an agreement for a' vote will Pines of Vermont" which. was beautifully ,
Pnhias) will meet tonight at 7:Mo'eJotk Pensacola Chapter No 607 and Oko- Illustrated.
also: free 'of _
a
this being the first. meeting loosa Chapter No.. 497 American Guild 'I today Almanac; from ge. jour druggist.copy our 1908 i *H Weeks of Suffering".From b? reached after a reasonable' time. The bill tonight wil be "His' Lord ,,
o.! the year. Among the matters to was held last night, whn the members -I I [ ship." All the specialty features will
1 transacted. will te the instalation of voted to consolidate the two chap i-- i Burns About Body. be changed tonight. tdC-: q

thp l1e1l'ly''el cted officers,' and all ters. The meetin"as' an interestingone 'S
!members are therefore req\*sted toe and largely attended.: Officers to I Donnelly & Hatfield's.Minstrels. -' _
* present Visiting brethren' and serve during the year were elected as "' Mrs. Mark L. Boghich wife. of Engineer the Donnelly & Hatfleld Magnificent -

members of sister lodges are invited. follows: < Bog Refreshments will be served. duringe Goycrnor-W. L. :Moyer. SEEil Nashvlll! Railroad, who was so badly : novelty an.1 magnificence of their first ;
course of the evening Vice-Goveruor-P. Llndenstruth.' I' :burned: about two or' three weeks : part, and this year another stride in 517 AND 519 W2ST:: BAY ST.,
Secretary-H. Horsl'r. 'since, died 'last night shortly before i the march of progress has been taken. JACKSONVILLE FLA. i '
Ask for Treasurer-J. R. Nix. I e o'clock at her home on East Gregory : "The Evolution of Minstrelsy" Is the ,,
Blue Ribbon Lemon Valla
and and _.. _._
of the throat swollen
street. sore -'- H '
Extract Chaplain-Geo Carpentar. : designation of the first part and the 1
and say it plain. The %VCll!!
knd! tha gives desserts the famous Warden-P. E. Roach. The lady who was highly esteemedby tonsils, loss of voice, and other I massive stage setting, with three great ----.L_ _
.BIu! Ribbon Flavor." Guarai! J. A. Anderson. all with whom the: was acquainted, throat troubles should never be stairways hading down to. the

Trustee4*-:-H.,_Muller, F. E. Brawntr,I' was was burned engaged' at in her burning home,trash where some she neglected. These ailments quick. I'': with its elaborate embellishment stage'l 20 Ibs Nice Clean ;
and John Pfeiffer. : work down to the lungs and :. resents the minstrelsy of
ly
Just ,
her
Opened. of the chapter will I Reeks sirce. In some manner centuries.
meeting SUCCEEDWhen
lis'g Saloon northeast corner W. be The held next on January 17 at the store. of I! dress caught ''fire, and before she; often end in consumption or pneu. I I This will be the attraction in Pen!, Head Rice for $1.00.That'b .
Belmont N. could realize what had ,occurrea': she monia. !
and Coyle. Dealer In Fine P. Lindenstruth. : sacola tomorrow night. There will '
\\toes, Liquors and Cigars. Out of \\aa almost enveloped in names. She for the the
I be a special dummy occasion. just one of many
tO wn trade solicited. 9declm streamed for assistance; but before '
THE KRESS STORE YOI: Buy, the burning clothing could bs torn HAMLINS An agreeable movement of the bowels items money on on which groceries we can, save and-"a you '
burned,
A Morning; Stimulant with no Reaction Get the Best. from her hie was severely i without any unpleasant effect is dolar! raved is a dolla/ raaJe.: ."
though at the time it was thought
RL-OPINJO-DAY WIZARD I produced by Chamberlain's Stomach Wise housewives will call us up
WHITE ROCK WATER. I It's the Cheapest in (ths End. that She she showed would some recover.'improvement fora OIL ''I and Liver Tablets.. For sale; by all and ask our prices on articles .

few days but began to decline I druggists. for her pantry before purchasing -
- The Kress 5, 10 and 25-cent store I sliortly afterwards 'and for the past and, remember, too, that ,

--- will be re-opaned this morning when few days has been in a critical COL.ition SUIT AGAINST what you buy hers Is guaranteedpure -
all goods which wtre damaged In the (. 'tu...ering untold agonies from. used as a gargle, and externallyon and fresh.
The fire of December 24 will! be placed on the burns and death came as a relief. the throat, is a marvelous rem
New Year'sTroubles sale. There are a great many goods Landreth'si ., edy for these painful'and danger.: MUTUAL LIFE Large Lot 0fes!! In Balk '

which wera only slightly injured by Mrs. 'Boghkh leaves a devoteaS! husband Otis disorders, and effects relief S .
smoke or water and ,which for i and a number of relatives: and and Battles Just Receliel
fire
and after everything else
cure:
purposes s' are as good as friends to '.rr -urn her loss: i : By Associated Press I
Will be lessened if you know practical the fire. These must all be New Crop The funeral services will be conducted has failed. New York,-Jan. 3.-Summonses\ 'were! Extra large Fancy Queen
before
that Olives 40 quart, $1.40 a
cents a
jour "weekly wash" will have been this! afternoon' at 3 o'clock at: served on several of the trustees of .
sold immediately, and prices Says Henry Wade, of Harlin, ( In bottles 10 cents to ,
always be done carefully and which will. make Christ chinch/ and frcm there the j the Mutual Life Insurance Companyin < gallon. ,
them
wellWe placed upon funeral cortege ,will proceed to St, Mo.: "I aai under obligations to a suit begun in the courts of 'Sara- $L50-plain and stuffed. n

will call for' your "wash" them attractive. Just Received. John's ceartery, where the Interment I you for the great good which toga county by E. H'. Peters a'lawyerl for 25c. J.f
Promptly! launder It carefully, Money Stili' High. will be madeCONCP.iA. Hamlins Wizard Oil did my wife. or Saratoga Springs to an accounting 35s Yzl'J3 in Brooms

the greatest care being exercis- New York Jan. 3.-The high rate She suffered from Threat Troublefor I of moneys allege to have, This! la a four-string broom,
be*4 j in every detail, and-you'll for call money continued 't, day. The : CLUB WILL a year, and though she doctored been improperly spent by the old: management -! extra fine wisp with strong and
antee thoroughly satisfied, we.guar- first loan was made at'40_per' -nt. By ElcCT OFFICERS! TONIGHTThe and doctored, nothing did of the company. Copies of I perfftt'y' smooth handle-yoall
that had receded the complaints were not served with It.
11 o'clock, tow rer, th, price tried yesterday be pleased
offeredat her any good, until she Ham and what Is generally knownof
slightly a4d .loan were W. A. D'Alembarte annual election of officers of "
The Star Steam from 25! to 30 per cent_ th? Concordia Club will be held ton lins Wizard Oil. Price 60c and the action Is that .it seeks! an ac
:? ht in the. club rooms on East In- ?LOO. counting.TO .
Gen. Booth's Address. DruggIst and Apothecary, tccdencia street, 'when officers 'to LAZ JACOBY,
Laundry. London, Jam. 3.-In:'b\s\ annual address -. servp firing the ensuing' year will be _Sold and recommended byWHITE'S CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
: Telephone 109. LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine THE POPULAR GROCER, '
Salvation Army, chosen. Take
*1 to the PHARMACY, r
E. Qaraen St. Phont 114.Peniacola. .. Booth attributes his"robust General'l 121 Sort Pa1ao Street 'It is expected that the session will Tablets. Druggists refund money If it j 14 W. Garden St. Phone 183. I '
Fla the fact that for the'past.' be an interesting one and that all Penue la, Fla.: J falls to cure. E. ,W. GROVE'S- signature I I

,. "":"" J. ", 1-* *.*5 he has h .-i *-v !tri<'* vtg. ,U'j.,. J -'" .... !"pnoo""!, "'J'! 'J:'", roce'tt.! Pfco*? 1W, Nl,:"t, Pile, 445. ... :: :4, If on each:box. %Sc. .

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I 4 "'f 1 connected-or rather, ever caught at. Y i Welsbach Outside Gas Arc Lights j

WHERE Mr. Depew can credit his downfall *
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CAN BE FOUND. # to the vigorous fight made against :, ', Light up the windows and store front as no otter light, J

,k ----- +gI him ,by William R. Hearst. Since the I : i no, one '.thing' attracts the attention so much aes a brilllant !
; ?1 j light. Gas ,for lighting is' *
The Pensacola Journal Is on iFIt astonishing revelations before the in- i /
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sale r..t'-. i
at the following places lathe i6 surance committee'were' '' .. .
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made
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Bay Hotel.: Mr., Hearst has been energetically demanding . _. .....v..(. L '. \ J/" 't. C.... Ii Safest, Cheapest, Best. '. j
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8' Goe'Book Store. # the, resignation of both Sena. '..t. -\." "' -.
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.3 :. 1"r* Gem Depot Book News Store Stand. oft. tor the Depaw columns and of Senator the New Piatt.throtfsn York Ameri- ) _. V _., ..._, .,."..........:..- : >. ,"- '",. ,' --...'' .J- '. O:0 -' \ Ii| Pensacola Gas Company ::

a #33' Hotel Escambia. IF can, 'and has' been instrumental in fi" :' :: ; ; \ : i .
Merchants Hotel. d la' : bhO !
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'lSouthern Hotel. N sending several petitions to Albany ,: ,,' ''' .,. ,, ',
fe'. Thom Walker's eon's Book Book Store.Store. .+tit. bo asking demanded that the by the resignation legislature, both ';, ,r) ;;;. ;' ::: 1t :;Of' .>t" :.; ., ,, .N!.NtN.1 ... .. N.NO 000...AOOZ000000 OI j

i Mr. Depew is now reaping the hare '! ,
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vest of what he hassown and is entitled .' I\-.j": \f/ :- Cane
New
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to, and will probably receive : : :

Chinese :Hostility but,little ,sympathy from along suffering : .

i to Foreign Interests. public., L* 3' 4? < '\ ;: : : '.: ;Put up in all size packages

r The boycott which the Chinese Walter Wellman will\ start for the HE'OLD, STORY t:. '
rt of:; -.
guilds declared against Americangoods North Pole In an air ship some- time '_ WRITE FOR PRICES

k'y' several months ago and which lu.> .the spring.. Couldn't.. the Chicago I .
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daily labor for his'support.. He died + m. ii
y is undoubtedly If RtFiE i1 iFi 6' +Rrf : 3:#
encouraged it
was Record-Herald find a more humane Wednesday morning' tha ripe old I I'Ifo
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not Southern States
Stores
actually instigated by the Chinese method of permanently' disposing of NEWS AND VIEWS age of 108 ,years and it may truly be WHAT' HEARST HAS DONE. Stipt Company

government, bids fair to develop into Its its irrepressible Washington cor FROM STATE,. PAPERS. 0 said that his long life time was one of fe r -. *
an open demonstration against the respondent? service. He' has gone to reap his reward. & Atlanta News. PENSACQLA. FLORIDA

foreign residents and foreign interests ###fE'fFii ?' M#H7fa gfcla .- Marianna Times-Courier.! iF sl

In China and already the powersof Gov. .Douglas closes his administration Calhoun .' t'C-fl-' < -
The, Scuppernong Grape.' Prosperous ,
by giving each member of-his
the world are actively preparing toM official family a pair of shoes made, to Now and for ..103 next''few weeks The editor of the "Bee" was visiting Mayor McClellan has just be;un Ii'' '
suppress any uprising that may oc oder. That is business pleasure and its the time to. plant scuppernong at Blountstown and other pointsin his' new term of office. It has been. SHINGLES SASH DOORS WINDOW GLASS f
generosity-Birmingham Ledger. grape' vines. We beg to inform our Calhoun county last Tuesday, ,Cal- decided' by the highest court of appeals ,. ,

cur.The interests of the United StatesIn And, readers who. may be ignorant. the houn county has certainly undergonea that he is entitled to the position BUILDING MATERIAL. I
incidentally, ,a pretty good' subject that good nursery vines maybe very material change for the better of. chief executive of the city of' f

China, while not. as great as'those advertising scheme; had for 25"cents; that If one such: during the.'* ast six years. Many New. York{ I' Phone II. \1. G. DeSilVA & CO. |
i ka cf most pf the old xk rid powers' have 'is taken aDo,])< plant d. in the -proper places t1u! '''!iere ''mere' post,4bces M.: Hearst according to the final' -. '
been: Increasing steadily for several 1a71F J F 1t"'H "!F i: manner adjacent to the henroost or at that time are thriving buslnesscenters : dictum of ,the courts has been defeated.

years past, and this government will the place where the wash'wa.ter is to-day=Bristol Bee. ., But in! the meantime, ha has
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?1 'iFIVE MORE YEARS poured from the tubs-If it is watered made one of the most strenuous fights! '
undoubtedly act with other nations OF PROSPERITY!, and ,fertilised when ,needed, provided Honor'Worthily' Bestowed.As In theblatory, of New York's politics.! PHOttf: 13.MS. .
as it aid during the Boxer troubles. lEt --r. with a strong and capacious' slatted oomxftaiuter of the Florida Divi- He has shown ,that the methods of,

In suppressing any demonstration 'itSavannah "News. ,*. trellis. 'U> grow' upon, it will- In two rion' of Ih'Ef\ Confederate VeteransHon. Tammanyhail' were corrupt to the METHOD LAUNDRY
against foreigners fit j'ears''supply all'the' delicious grapes F/ Fleming will BO oonakict last degree -That there was repeat- NEW
Since the acquisition of the Philippines *i#JHf #*#s! ,I!" fl.i6Ir needed by a family, In a few years hinfselt'as to.reflect credit upon this Ing and duplication cannot be denied,
it will bushel two ( The honor or' disputed. those who are most
more provide' or noble organization. could
both the Army and Navy have E. W. I c.: .'1/iWnriVCr! proprietor. Na S Wasiaunna: : S:'. Peq,37la. fit.
Hewes in an article in of fruit to spare, worth at least two not have been more worthily bestow- familiar wtth'the methods which pre
of.necesslty, maintained strong' forces the current number of Harper's dollars per bushel!, It' will at the ed.Palat v T1m s-Herald.3 yahoo! It Is Just possible tat the' '

In the Far" East, the troops and warships Weekly makes the prophecy that the same time furnish a pleasant shade .. rules Tammany, hall ,are not any <' 'EJEES.E
at Manila being within less present period of prosperity will continue for the children: to play un/oter\/ ,' ornament !sortie than they are under a great.
than five years more, making four to the yard or grounds with a .:A 0.1.ml Bar*. many other municipal sanfc4rims.
three days of Chinese territory teen years in ail. He arrives at this wholesome and comely.appearance, The largest harp ever made .so'far But the' fact remains that Tam f -MENDEl TAilORING CO. j

end, according to the army prdgram' by comparing the present period with and be altogether a thln'g of pride n Is known; was that, Invented and many bas been "discovered' and that ,

tthe land forces will be augmented r other periods of prosperity which this and pleasure. The special beauty of constructed,by M. Verltan provost o* Ms. Hearst wss-tle man who brought 11 N.. Palafox, Street. |
by two regiments of Infantry and two country has experienced and also the scuppernong. is that it may be )mill meer>, .Basel. It was known as about the IUe UraitOB. '
batteries of artillery within the, next comparing the periods of depression multiplied' by two or,ten and still preserve the gigantic: 'meUorolotfcal .Zollaa'harp. The people' this country will be I
which preceded them. In the course these good' qualities. It needs under obligations: for ''many years to BUILDERS OF MEN'S FINE CLOTHES.
90 days. This will place the United of his article he It.,,,, 8JO feet in length .and
says: little or no special, attention, but responds ootfle,to Mr.; Hearst for the'part he > |
States In a good position to take energetic "Five times since the nation was to it effusively. If a man had was erectttfm tfie tardta of Itatn.ent* ha* taken, .in. .the recent exposure." We have'just received a full I line of samples for SPRING AND *
action should circumstances bcrn has a great tiofe+ of disaster half the money that Is lost In Floridaby or in 178T.'' 'Thtf laup,consisted of.flf- Bat, tb& most 'notable pact bas been SUMMER SUITS;. '. t

necessitate the invasion of Chinese swept over Its industries, carrying not cultivating scuppernongs he teen Iran wires, 380 feet in/length.. in- starting,,,an l investigation into ex- We extend -cordial Invitation to our friends to call and examine *
territory to protect American Inter. desolation Into the homes of the poor could build a railroad from Pensacola stretched between taD poles.' The wires ietlnr'cortttptton which will continue I same.x

and discomfort and alarm Into the to Cape Sabl .Tampa Times. I were from two, to tiree Inches apart icng after Mayor McClellan's term of {jeatlerneXg .Pressing' Club. Dues $1.50 to ?2.50., |
ests.While the administration at Washington homes of the rich. Five times has j. ., the largest i,being,oneixth of an Inch office has exylred.In. E. L REESE ?

the destructive tide been turned backward Trail of the ,Post*.. la thickne9 and the smallest one- 'J. MENDEL. 3
does not believe actual hostilities and the uplifting tide of prosperity The Posts-Hon.-. E. C. Frost and I twelfth of an tD.da.'lber; were placed TIk ..-T.sb.at, '1--' .' HfSH'X H iE jIo tHIH #**4il<* i&?Fg*****'8 Ht#*" H fit: ? s 13
by the Chinese will ,occur before returned. Men are saying that Mrs. Helen Williams-Post to ba, .the east walk of Ute emitters at .
north and
1D.the direction of south and ---- -- --
the spring months It is Impossible to the widest present the nation era of baa prosperity Is the tried) again In Jacksonville, in Jan- inclined In such a manner to forman I WestmlBjBter abbey there are three : TM Cruel riant. I
what the fanaticalhNLthen.s ever known. Mrs. Post when first'' most .interesting criTes-those ofThomu'ettertbn .tIOUSE
!even guess uary. declared
to degrees OPERA
angle'of from
1S Measured by total volume of business, twenty thirty A Cau4iaa.climber the Pbyslantfatn I
tried that all those who had figured and his wife, better
may do, anal consequently, -with the horizon. being
;yep! Measured by steady: advance, in that trial against her'!, stretchedby albens, bap received tile umeof."cruelplant" '
possible precaution will be yesl! Measured relative prominently known as, Beds Saoadersoh and the .
every by stanuards.no means Broilers properly disposedfor foe..eta ill treatment of butterflies
would either be, dead or supplantedby :
Measured by uplift from, the the Whenever the weather ever fuct tlR :.XN..Bracegirdle. otaU' ONE NIGHT ONLY.
taken in order that the situation others before she. would be tried parpo e: t.flowers in the month of August -
whatever it may be, can be met startln'g-polnt. 'no!" again and also 'gave it as her opinion changed 'the. wire sounded ,with the'people wfco Ua within these, hal JII4'.tb. butterflies.. attracted by Friday January 5.
Four of the periods of lowed walls It be said that
prosperity such loudness that it impossible mar safely
promptly. that the conviction would not be *>us-, was togo the perfmj,', baver" around it in large
as'
were follows: 1843-1854. 1862- tained by the higher courts. It te' on with a concert la the house. The Setterton he* 'the beat claim of all to numbers a&4 path their trunks Into the GOOD AS,OLD WINE!
1872. 1878-1892. and 1S9S-1905. It will thiS' privilege. >V, small of '
1 somewhat strange that her prophecy: sound sometimes represented the b Mr. measure ,
Why not appoint a permanent be seen that the one from 1878 to corollas to rep the.honty. A pair ofsensitive THE
pralaemut be accorded to tab
has been practically fulftUed.-lAk.e, noise gifted
; Ing .water in rapid ebullition,
,
the 'vegetable pinchers in the
court and hold dally sessions at Annapolis 1S92 was longest being fourteen '
actor for the fact that he almost
Index. more
City sometimes that, of a harmonlcon and the DONNELLY HfiTFIELODirection
throughout the scholastic years Mr. Hewes, by comparing existing heart of flower grip the delicate &
oie
than else
-p conditions with those of that sometimes that of distant chimes or 0'orean. any was responsible for and
r proboscis,' .4\ spite of struggles to
year? Recent exposures would seem period finds. reasons for his prophecythat Chas. A. Choate. the resuscitation of the English drama get free the'butterfly hangs, suspended lT MINSTRELS
to Indicate' that it would have plentyof the present period will be fourteen Mr. Chas. A. Choate, who has been after the stern regime of the Puritans.
until it'dfes. Apparently the plant bas ;Direction of AU G. Field
The
associated with'Us editorially on The Flr t Hate. Mrs.
business to attend to. years. Bracegirdl was either adopted by .
There is no difficulty in finding out True Democrat, from its first Issue'' Discoursing on the subject of bats an Betterton or placed under his care,and nothing tf gaiiTbj the death of the Insect Efolutlcn cf ,Minstrels;
it has, with our advice and consent although a.,J Jti* not e&ign4vorous, like the
when a period of depression or prosperity antiquary expressed the opinion that she-'Yer7 soon took all hearts In London -
Senator Depew Now begins and ends. The Department greatly to our inconvenience' the hat was first used quite as much by storm. She achieved her greatest Venus fly trip 'Ia fact, Jf the butterfly Tommy Donnelly Harry C Shun,
accepted a flattering propoaition'from were'allowvd to and it Arthur Crawford. Lee Edmund, GJ-
"of the Treasury furnishes the very for decoration Theancestor come go
the Whirlwind. as for protection. success in acting In Congreve'splaya.
Reaping information.! The Record Company, of St. Augustine -i would tend -fester the bert Losee, Guy Stanley.
As times begin to get species by assisting
of all hats he considers to .,, Her artistic
The long heratoted resolution, call- bad money be'gins to disappear from for a temporary employment'In career however cfu' fertilimtton. It appears The famous' Toledos, Tuscano brat:!
reading the have been the fillet or band around the was a comparatively abort
for
the difficult task or one,
ing upon Senator Ghauncey M. Depew curculation and as' they begin to get however,. that{ the-"cruel plant" came ens. Crawford and Finning.
hair Greeks
Statutes; worn by the ancient Mrs Bracacirdle
good It Mr. Hewes states proof on the New Revised; : retired from the The minstrel festival "Where Th
to, resign his seat In the United that Airlng> reappears.the panic 1837-1843 the which ,will require his absence. from) among others. Probably the first hint stage In dudgeon when Anne Old field originally from Brazil where the but. Moonlight Falls:'

States Senate as one of New York's circulation of money dropped from: home for a month or,two. We regretto pined by men regarding head first became her dangerous rlvaL She terflies'aft ranch stronger and extricate James Finning's concert oaao ani

representatives. was introduced at $13.87 per capita to 787. Then, lose, even for a time, the services j ments was through observing orna.1 lived on in honorable retirement and their snclsrf-froBi-} tee trap. We symphony, orchestra.
homo the lowest it traveled of one who has done,s much.towards. crests plum and antlers of may add,th t another Canadian plant, $1.'-W
theopening session of the New York point beloved by all high and low, far and PRICES-25, 50, 75 cents; and
and back 'again. For four years it gained the upbuilding' of The True Democratbut birds and beasts. The eastern 'races, near, until the year 1748. when, she was the Cnlcofl dlsFelor. is 'charged with
t legislature at Albany yesterday,
!
only 8 per cent a year on the circular we shaM l expect to, receive from with their fondness for ceremony and I buried here beside her old friends the cruelty.1 The flower.bt a gland which -- ,
r while it is rather severe upon Mr. tion1 of 1843. The fifth year it gained him occasional editorial contributions display afford the moat notable Instances Bettertons. London Mali secretes a' 'viscoui',liquid; : capable of I -
It is hardly more so than the helping to maintain the present high I :Insects '
j' Depew, only two points. Then there followeda of the use of hats as signs of I liming wltich' art fond of 1L
h circumstances which inspired It most remarkable rally. In five standard of our paper as a clean vigl-: Moreover they".$ iD 'tofbe J
; stupefied
rank and iuthortty. Thus in Buddhist -. _
l last and fearless champion of honest I How X>- Are Weigh**.
} would to warrant.It years seventy-three points were gain and poisoned lt Every Day a
acd.
seem ed,. In those five years was witness- government and therfents..of the peo-, countries the gods are represented i An ingenious Instrument which demo .by ; DO reason can I ...
is notorious that Senator Depew ed the "most remarkable period of plea terror to lawbreakers of every as wearing elaborate forms of bead- 1 onstrates the close connection that exists as yet be'asaijpedor the deadly consequence
was elected on the demand of the rail- business prosperity" in the country's degree and especially: to all grafters,)] gear. In Korea the fashion attains'Its between dreams and brain calcula- ,.:: 1' 1" : Day

reads and other large corporate Interests history official or otherwise.-Tallahaasseej I height, no fewer than fifty kinds of I.tion. ll known as the "tilt board." A Working

and since his advent in the senate The boom of the early eighties is True D mocrat.- ;hats being worn by the natives; as tndl- l)ng, shallow-' tray big enough for a I..'D.easkIuc EartJa. .
as a representative of the people well remembered by many businessmen 'S. I! cations of their social position. II man to recline upon Is balanced exactly That ttt> earth breathes Is a well I
of the present day. It was followed Dr. Porter's Resignation. known ecientiDC-.fJct.. It| Is often to
i
steel blade. A
a
(?) he has de'oted'his energiesto Mr Hewes points out by Dr. Porter, if he will barken unto! I i upon subject Is be. verified by :ttiaf peculiar earthy I
,
The Bor1 Hof. placed It and put to sleep where. TLcrc; wW Sucre
service of those to whom he wbote people upon
the seven years of fluctuations these the voice of the Flor.jtea. In its present elaborate form the hoof toe end smell width arises Immediately after a I
was responsible for the exalted honor seven years being from 1883 to 1890. will withdraw; his resignation.He ., upon containing his feet generally thunderstbrav, the !lowering of the bar 1, Hexes Feed wiaj-in continued -
of horse instra-
a Is the most'perfect i
until i falls. But : the
rest eventually
cannot to subject
be allowed
1891 1892 eleven points
In and
were
conferred' him ometrle
upon added to the circulation, bringingthe death claims as its own. And thel ment of support which ban been devised i begins to dream; and tfitn.the tray containing preasoie/cawlnj' the,low upward proJuction.." Not
of U.tt4Dee
the :
N Since the opening session of period of prosperity to a close it Index trusts this may be in the In the animal kingdom to uphold i the sleeper.s feet reascendj the fatr--JQ more I for a levr Jy or w tb.
New York legislative insurant inquiry having begun In 1878. distant future>-Lake City index t large and .Ittl1.tnovlng animal In i eztent to which it moves varying according squeeze Downward" 'wheo the barometer day of tie
but for
Mr. Depew has been much In Glancing over Mr. Hewes' figures i I its passage over" the ground. Thjp original .I to the vividness" of the dream. : rlsW- A:resident of:' Genera dis< I every

evidence and his name has" been it is seen that in the first second ano' Died at Age of 108. toe nan and the boring soft' The explanation Is that, the blood covered'ntnraJ: barometer at FerneyVoltalre.n"ia'i3eP t yeartbiafecdwmmainxiaI
third under review there was ; Ellis (col) was : with it nave been mod I natural well wwrlin
with the most questionable periods. Old "Uncle" Dave parts connected i leaves the brain of a sleeper directlythe I A bone In tjCenild: -
coupled '
considerable fluctuation in the movement probably one of the.oldest .men in the lifted into a structure which in an extraordinary I Ii mental activities cease, and the or cave 'with t'.. V I'J' '-mnaU opening. .
transactions. His land syndicate to the highest point of prosper state. It is said that h# came here i manner combines, solidity j bead as a result becoming When this optnlng is:- made small ( capacity poi Y tor.I

'scheme, by which he secured large ity. In none of them says Mr. Hewes, from North Carolina; about 80 years I with elasticity so that'' it may strlk;*l end ,of the. balance rises.lighter When that the enough Justfo Ct...>.whl Ue,the different ,
sums from the insurance' companieson was, there's h' steadiness in the uplift ago and in the"woods helped to build violent blows upon the hard snffac sounds as/tht earth inhales or 'exhales -
of as there has been cabin where {arlanna sleeper dreams small quantities of I
inadequate security with their prosperity the firet home.or of the earth without harm. The result blood tbe.alirVaro tbe neighbors of the SOLO IN THIS C/TY,1
in the present period. Mr. Hewes and' since that are recalled to the brain to supply -
stands ever, ;
no doubt was one of th* now ; Is that the horse can carry a.greater i the coming'weather: cxmnivancej feces into the subject quite thoroughly time has been a true antf worthy citi- dreams, and the balance Is I
!1 most flagrant pieces of '- raft with ; TOing- diagrams; to make plain his zen of this place It,Is only withIn weight at a swifter speed than ,anj:: gradually changed. In this way feather shows' the.direction of the flow Pensacola, Fla.

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ALL Sorts of Smart tttects Displayed '-
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-Quite-a Novel Cut and t 4 w
rc SHADED PLAIDS.The .

Line-Large Sleeves the Rule I ,, ___ 111 I11 iIL II! tVllIl modish shade of lavender are MeII'
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The Shirt Sleeve Holds on, 111 to perfection In the shaded plaid of this

However-Pleats and Tucks- slcllienne waist Tailored throughout. It

la intended to be worn with a skirt of
Buttons Quite a Decorative Fea- <1 'M51 -' -- # rc--T<' equally plain and severe make. The blOOM

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ture-The Belt an Important J displays the broad shoulder, glgot' sleeve

t ,vy; tK sp r 5 and clusters of tucks that mark; the later
Item-High Collars in Vogue- ; ,. mode. The tucks are so run back and

The Shirtwaist Suit for Home yy front that only the darker colorings
i the check show themselves, and the tucks

and School Wear.The + j pC.r..l'otk'8.. y are repeated in the sleets. where they
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-- t: i Nr ,< 'a take np the fulness below the elbow and

i I > tv, sp y+ ,F jR op ti : E, h + H $vd make for a close fit at the wrist A belt
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return of the aeverely tailored costume :.+ r I1:44 of shiny black leather with silver bookie ,
'
w> p Sv'r encircles the
-It !Is really the one pa'r excellencefor : waist this high and pointed

deml-salson wear that trying time in the back and sloping down becominglyto

when the clothes of summer are too thin ,' ;A't',. ... the front The high stock collar lathe t

end It is not jet by any means time to % 5t I plaid la finished with double rabat
.e>FaiK.: 4 'ends.
don those of winter-Is responsible for .

the sadden jump.Into favor of the tailored

blouse or shirtwaist. Not that It has ever : TIlE TAILORED'MODEL IX SILK. '
they are ensuring full protection for the
been really 01t'ot the fashion altogether waist One of the fashionable houses
Now. that may have been laU shows this
for here and there .It has adherenta of right, or pretty'nearly right la the waistsof smart model In a fine checked taffeta the t

Its own; but the sheer and filmy* the last season or even In those of the new lavender blue checked with white; but

frilly and fluffy lingerie! blouse took the late summertime., But/with 'this new cut so small Is the design that the effect of tae ,

tenter of the stage for the time being and there must not be'even a h1nt'of the presence t blue Is the predominant one. Four deep ,,
xy
,
charms of the tailored fv.4.C
rather otecared the of the shield: displayed and.It must tucks fill In the broad shoulder seam back

waist, for a season. be In exact proportion to the size of the Fa and front those in the front released a K

But for the autumn and wtnter time armhole, and when correctly applied-the Ya '3 YI few Inches down to afford the necessaryfulneas

Oils description J>t tl0.uae.-wt eme; Into best ones have lyUeetare; :'printed showing rr 'w' .r\ across the chest, while those In
'own snd"tailors ai already
Ita again, where_ each set of stitciiea.U to appearjlt the back are continued unbroken to'the
booking orders for any number of those will remain"smooth-and serviceable waist line. The sleeve I. tie new leg- ft

amart waists to be worn' with coats and for fully u -lone: .as the waist will! r \ o'-mntton model very full at the top and
skirts of various and varying kinds. ,Plain last.As \c .
tapering below the elbow to a close fit
and severe are the accepted outlines trig for the materials which tailors most % along; the forearm. A plain band call 4

aDd trim the fit. and quite a new line and favor for those novel blouses all of the caught with links makes the' finish at the

cut have been adopted for those waists, woolen weaves are. in the highest favor wrist, and a broad box plait down the

all in accordance with the new lines of and velveteens and 'conlnfoia'comenexr. front makes tbe fastening with handsome

the fashionable flgnre. The shirtwaist craze that employed heavy buttons. The arm size Is much smaller

The new cut displays a very square and white satin and delicate'chiffon velvet for with the full sleeves and necessitates the e

broad shoulder line. Not a Ion: one that plain blouses''has passed, and a class of use of dress shields for the preservation' ',

shall extend over the curve of the arm as materials far more in accord, with the a of, the waist Tha belt Is of whit kid

prevailed last season but one that describea shirtwaist outlines* has "verysensibly not to crack or peel; and the correct thing Fifth avenue plans for three hatpins to with CUD metal square buckle. .

quite .an athletle air, and is so taken their place. To, fiat the demands with them is 'a harness buckle In nickel. I I accompany each "creation" that leaves
DESIGN! IJC VELVETEEJT.The .
cleverly cut that while it fives all the of his customers for something extravagantly direr or gilt' finish, or else one of those her shops, the ribbon flowers being A MODISH

width' at this point that is so ranch de- I expensive: in the shirtwaist line 'square patterns with a tongue In the middle planned en suite with the chapeau. velveteen waists are In especially.
:
tired It does not in any Instance obtrude I some few seaaons ago a famous maker of that Is thrust through metal' eyelets- high esteem, Just now, since they clime
Some of the displaying
smart shops
Itself beyond the natural lines of the those smart articles made' op"a line -In ,00'the opposite side. are in well with the vogue that pertains to

!h Ulder. the bones being the tailor's unfailing chiffon velvets tacked real .lace, collars R Any hint of !flafftnecs or frivolity Is de- vest pieces already embroidered In ribbons all classes of velvet pile fabricsThe
of delicate pastel'tlnta. Flower Us-
guide in this direction. and cuffs upon them and pinned a fifty- x.H cried by the well-dressed girl In one pictured represents an amethyst
Lets with blossoms form'a
dropping fa-
Since Dame Fashion demands quite a dollar price, tag-and all of thIs despitethe lion wth} the smart tailored Connf"e'-j shade of fast: -dye velveteen with silk
vortt design, and there other motifs
are
rounded and slender waistline of her devotees fact that they, were of the plainest ,morning, business and general cord) and little silk-covered buttons that
that to see Is to admire. The vests
and the girl who really possesses and most severe type of tailored shirt wear. Each little fripperies are reserved are match to the exact tint thus allowing for
In a soft satin and
this fascinating feature Is not going to They went like the proverbial hot cakes; for use with more dressy pWDs;aod even I come In white. pale' no color relief whatsoever. Ontward-tnra-
blue, apricot and yellow'and
cover It np. with a baggy and blousy but even the man that' made them de- the watch' fob Is of leather or pigskin primrose : a lug pleats are run in the shoulder seam

shirtwaist It naturally follows that the plored the poor taste In, :''dress displayed rt with merely a monogram or an Initial let- I few In.a faint green. The, flower designs each pleat stitched flat to the bust where
make of brown
use
latest! blouses shall be cut in accordancewith by their eager purchasers! ter of hammered brass for adornment on the stems and they are allowed to flare. A fanciful
baskets and little touch of
these fascinating lines. Hence It Is In the new scheme of thing! sartorial thread ; a cold bullion emplacement on the front make for a
be
that the back and the underarm seams the lingerie waist-and it takes to Itself where 'In seems the to Indispensable some vest and chemisette effect, the little t

take to themselves new curves; that all new and more elaborate attractions everyday Fashion Frills. design \ buttons and crossed cords giving just a

superfluous material is eliminated aroundthe -la to be favored for a dre*..Ier type Umbrella handles are some of them touch of elaboration. The sleeve contrary s

waist and the blouse made' to fit of wear and the tailored waist b to truly; works of art. Pearl: ivory, tortoiseshell to the general cut follows the plain

fast as snngly and as sveltely as the best reign supreme for mornings and for general -, With the severely plain and 't Uored and even celluloid are carved after shirt pattern and is finished with a band l

tailors' wort always does. utility purposes. Laundry, bills beingan waists: the girl who has a penchant. for elaborate designs and overlatd with cuff at the wrist; little triangular cap

The girl who makes her own ehlrt- extravagance for the schoolgirl and ya frilly thlnts. .making' collar bands with metals after patterns that follow deli- at the shoulder shaped with featherbone Ifs'
the business women alike-and the latter y I shall extend down cate Long shaft cording, making for the broad effect thatIs
walst-and her name la legion in thesedays I a drop,front piece that tracery. handles: are
has come to be 'quite a factor in fashions waist. Valenciennes highly fashionable, some so much desired.
-would better make up her mind to the front of- the and of them

discard" the pattern whereby she fashioned such :materials as soft chiffon finished 1 edged entre-Jenx In either Embroidery or have a little bonbonnlere in the top. or WITH A SMART! LITTLE VEST
P
those of the summer time. Neither the mohairs sheer French flannels henrlettas r?DL .11Y heavy lace Is chosen for this purpose: a bog to bold a tiny powder puff that has EFFECT. -

back nor the underarm portion will at albatross, the silk sad wool and fancy llttl* jeweled pins serve to hold a mirror cunningly; tucked Into the cover.
and such like 'are the material. Rather a heavy grade of fine French
all accord with the newer lines that are crepes this combination collar and rabat In place.
to be so much In vogue. It will really that the made-tcH>rder- Dlr' shlrtmuker'employe Some of tbe'new.bettg In shiny leathers pique Is employed for this tailor-made

pay and pay well to have some reliable and. la' these art the fancies of In veils In spite of 'the rumors that have pockets stitched on either side of Shirtwaist one that can be sent to the I

up-to-date tailor cut her a closely-fitting the color card are aptly displayed. bold and large designs are to .-rule the the front. The little pockets are of the tab and washed with soap and waterInstead

While It quite the thing to have the very best milliners are displaying quite patch persuasion and are destined to of going through the eip a tve
pattern; and then she can tuck and pleat
her the blouse match the gown In coloring thewoman small and unobtrusive designs. For the bold a tiny handkerchief 'or sufficient dry cleansing process. The ground Is
materials to suit the lines of
who has to make her dress allowance fare veil,, the Parislenne is devoted to small change wherewith to pay car fares.A white, with a little wrought dot In an old 'i''
plain foundation and the result will be elastic will find the new plaids and possession of one's: wardrobe, some .dellshtful for or allowed. double effects those, that are catalogued little snap fastener on the pocket blue tint and this touch of color Is repeated

that not only will the blouse Itself be In checks: of much assistance In planning the color schemes and tomblnat'lonRcan The collar and belt ,are of supreme Im- here a. complexion -Telia. The outer one serves to keep the change from falling In piping the little straps that '

far better style but the tailor-made with autumn and winter outfit. Indeed the be readily 'worked "ont Those 'plaids portance In the style of the new waists may be of any color desired; and be- out. button across the vest front, this being a ts'
which It Is to be will set far better'3n '
worn plaids are slated for Quite a marked-run In that' are made up of some six or eight colorlnjs and wise is the wearer who pays due at- neath this veil Is a filmy one of tulle In removable item and changed to suit the

her figure, with a correctly cut and fashionable favor, and such delicate tints are perhaps among the best. Several : tention to these seemingly Inconsequential white cream flesh color or whatever Some of tile new millinery, ribbons are fancy. Deep tacks at the shoulder seam i

fitted blouse beneath. and delightful colorings are combined lu shades of'one color'w11l"predomlD.tf',. Hems.All of the new collars are quite will prove the most becoming to the displayed with one or both edges fringed provide fulnea. and there is bat little '

The sleeves to the new ones are all of tome of the new ODeI.that it Is rather a and then little hints and touches of roar htsh. well stayed with featherboce wearer's complexion.' .The' outer :veil U or flossed out; and there is not a doubt fatness, superfluous fulness st the belt 1

them pretty" large affairs at the shoulder wonder they; have not been pore prowlIent trastlng color are deftly Introduced.-' ,, For, throughout and tabs of quaint cut and dotted with velvet, or chenille, while the about It but that they will be enthusiastically The sleeve Is very full and puffy at the '

Hoe', this serving to make the waistline before. example, three shades of soft almond. character are the preferred finish. The under one is plain. Quite flattering effects adopted for waist trimmings ta top. but tapers In at the elbow and presents

look more delightfully slender by force Those charming blue shades'that belong green are employed In one plaid: This is 'girl with' full features,'will find the ,Na- can be achieved\ when the right! cob the Immediate: future. A plaid.ribbon witha a close fit at the wrist Here a
of contrast. And herefor,once has Dame In portion 'with 'a' type of stock "vastly becoming, but selected. plain flossed edge is peculiarly effective, blue
.nei to the hydrangea-th* French call U hot- barred with white one poieoq orlnjs'ud patterns are fancy cnff. pIped with the plain
Fashion been kind considerate of the with'j st sister of slender contour of featarea T there velvet ribbons with
tenela-are amo gthe119Mt: charming and very dark ar t'n'In another and her more and are some linen, and according with the front tabs,
stoat sisterhood for with the shoulder: would better abjure this mode and fashionfrom quite broad and thick floss fringe to
Comets contrasting
generally becoming colors that have reignedIn a touch of pale blue in a third. quite a a la 1 fastened with an overlapping button on
cleverly broadened ''the waistline, must to the plain and well-shaped .ribbons are among the latest importations. last the silk-backed
a season. The entire fiat> of them Another attractive flannel shows alter cling closely heavy color. These are of the under side.IX f
perforce.assume an appearance of slenderness U many shown ia chlCoa, mohairs, a soft and nate stripes or panel effects In 'a plait collar that beet suits her face.. Plaid renters with 'plain hol variety and show a color) contrast.In this I

that will prove flattering the fabric that'inthisnew finish presents color and a plaid stripe; A shaded jat- Qualot-looktn Uttle cravats of velvet ders. all in the most delicate tints la arecent wise. WASHABLE FLAKKEL. :.
silky
extreme is barred .'tth'o14 ribbons are among: the few ''dressy touches fancy. The dowered ribbons too, '_ .
all of the charm oi silk with Us wearing ender and prune plaid All the new flannels are so woven that ,
All of the fulness is to appear with novel and there Artificial silk braids are among the best
planned are
hairline of scarlet lends'a that are. permissible those delightful, some new
qualities more than"trebled.) The porcelain and Just a tiny., are and they may be washed without fear of endue '
around the shoulder; the sleeve tapering Saxe. Sevres.. Wedgewood and lavender glint of brilliancy, to the somewhat faded\ tailor-made waists. 'An'a occasionally the ones that display a printed design resembling of the season's trimming devices, This shrinkage, and the colorings, being I
,
o3 towards the elbow while from thereto of the ribbon that very striking patterns are displayed. .
blues are charmingly madsup; with a tones of the plaid. This Is shown b.OBe. cravat and belt are same Russian cross-stitch at first woven in pattern rather than printed
the wrist the correct' pattern displays quit little wider simulates handwork same fringed edge Is shown in braids and
shirtwaist makers a firm the latter: (It course a really to a
hint of velvet of the tm* tone introduced of the leading glance' are guaranteed to be of absolutely fast t
what comes very. near to being a do e- far '\...-rds de- than tbe former. marvel. The best shape are cleverly de- pull-strings are plentiful through even
and the hy- who* output'realty'goes A clever use of oDe of the
trimming; character.
the
fitting sleeve in sense of the word. somewhere in While all of the best; ready-to-wear the narrowest widths. AU sorts of conventional -
every the Correct stylei for! each veloped In these the necessary CAsing for illustration.
that in the
shades especially those verge cliltog Just flannels is suggested t'
Dew
Not that there is be undue tightness drangea laid collars and storks J the patterns are wrought sat in
to any the pinkish tinge season. The:routs and, bocks'are In waists! are offered with whalebones being ma on inner side I A white ground Is striped with a
of the sleeve upon the forearm, but. ever so slightly upon this modish material. tiny tucks, those on the plain jsrface. being to match the necessity, for change will and these, too, are of ribbon. The high those braUs. and the Instances ,where pattern. the plaid showing tones .f '
their best In plaid
In contrast to the fulness that prevails are at of the new, season are so. smaller than those on the plaid.'Tuelsand brine Into play the new French linen! em- bust slepder waist and sloping hip are they are applied in plain or straight: rows and geranium red. A series of little #

above the elbow the contrast is so marked attractive The flannels that merely, to see the sample pleats have entirely: jpjaced. .tfi*, tendency Itroidered stiff collars that the Paris well displayed I In the new models and will prove the exception rather. than the tucks rose covering both appears In the, front. 1.
that It looks to be far tighter than It shirring that gummed waUrs displayed 'Iennf"a' are taking to so enthusiastically. the Indispensable JarreUlles are of a broad rule in the season's m det.. Large 4', 1
books is to order liberally, of them. ,They to and the back Is similarly disposed. .
really u. The shape of the arm from elbow far sheerer In texture than : addej to which the favored materials : Just' a. little ribbon cravat Is all that elastic; .encasedn.ylbbons( to match those buttons make the! fastening down '. 1,
already
all of them pearl
to wrist Is clearly defined and the are wCI:I wlthttoeexception Is these, and the choice of at either Gloves la kid sends and caster are -
the flannels of.other yew, and the of the new season not- Dt'etedrUb of the corners and frilled edge front box plait, and two are linked t
silk the
finishing cuff must be of plain and unobtrusive were that cirefur' laundering of chlff: ;i mohair and btnr'l' coloring for this trifling little accessory; with a,,yellowish Valenciennes. The suspender shown with 'a Jersey lining together, with a cord to bold tH* rollback .:

design, to fit In with the severely makers guarantee. thicken with ta the "wash etta-tend themselves well to; this. modes should be governed by the. tint of the clasp I. concealed: under a rosette this of color to contrast ,with the glovee.All cuff together at tt* wrist The.I"e

P'-ala! outlines that the tailor-made mode the, 'ViU1.not fade. In fact of mating. -- gown and the shade that Is most becoming bw of the same ribbon, and there is a i the shades of gray are to especially. 1* very full at the top. narrowingto :
or .
shrink ,
demands nor will they t ffetas one's and fashionable in glovethis winter; and close fit at the elbow and with f
coloriftz
delctllt'lr'th'itd
has to say In silks there are to own complf'xloD.WbUe lightness and a daintiness to those charmIng a fairly
With underarm judging from what'tbe shopman ierj'', pale pink., Iliac, rosev primrose yellow, rollover tuff developed In the pUU. .
the new curves to the they'are' simply the Meal fabric and iouUines! teat: display the the peintnre of shiny leather is corsets that make the excessive Lao
of them, dark reds shown with the
arena there must be quite a close fit to hlrtwalt that'ar* ta'see cold-weather latest features of fas ioa., see far a* eels having: thin;* all Its own way at those price (aemanCed-i-some $30: the,pair- eem i green and are
the line of the body. And here a little tor ortags tad design are coacpnied. These,' mart" ba rdASher''e shops bat cater to really reasonable; after alL gray gloves. The fashion* that '10 many Feather toques and turbans are among

bfot will Dot prove amiss aDd that U wear.The bewitching, alan '.- too. partake of the plain tat orfIJ
to be careful in the selection of Just the1lit plaids display turn alntost- any .walat making; pleats and tuctsv machine. stltcVlaj. t jfcat lit .auY1'Cf'ltb fratherhone rods at Hatpins vie lsplayed wjth dower! tops unfastened and the wrist part turned over" though these are tot exactly new-they a
of coloring that: ribbon, rosebuds catered to In this new tUt7,- and the a ran last s* soo-tbe novel
ea ; tor-
build. is had quite
dress shield for your *:lIe and Wltb, .quit* a au'm... apd. just a little t.*ich/ef valley! ypIcj thr>.&ldmi aid beck fct.finJtag! soy number done t4'rlJ,6Qn.The, Aof'$ will and combination lead them as>
Most be made t6 do JtT and ether" flowers clever little tench of<< contrut olorings
can ,
women make the mistake ofTchoostae 'pt'' suet sUrjs When or strapping' Is all the attempt at loC purchaser* *lthr dry goods scops. The getmepotsnemones) : : air of novelty that I* most attractive.: -
a shield that Is altogether too lane her of separate plandxi leathers attractive and one'milliner On I doubtless be welcomed In this connection.
with. due reward, to the decoration: or elaboration that .ts. latest of these shiny are sold, are highly
selected
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4JCtAt.: ''Ihc, Jour a/'s DailY Fashion Feature CONTAGIOUS BLOOD POISOI

AND
EVENTS
PEOPLE ; J -

,, LEMI5tE5" .. ". & .1t. .. KING: OF ALL DISEASESTo

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I : Sera, Heard and Done Among Those Who Go. Come I '!''REMOVED ". Diseases.Contagious It is themost Blood'Poison powerful rightfully of all human belongs ailments the -name corrupting King cf every all

F: and Tarry---Women and Society, Here and Elsewhere. part of the body and wrecking- and ruining! the lives of those unfortunate

I 1NONEWEEK} enough to contract it.' When the first sign appears in the form of an insignificant

By E. NELLIE BECK Telephone 669 I. sore or ulcer few persons realize that the deadly virus has entered
the blood; but so potent is the poison that one drop will vitiate and pollute

-- BMUTIOA. the purest and healthiest blood, and in a short time the degrading and horrible

ATTORNEY GENERAL ELLIS is in Kansas City. All three were 1 symptoms begin! to appear. The mouth and throat ulcerate, the glandsin
TO WED' wired" last "\ aId fkmI I the neck and groins? swell,.the hair and eye-brows fall out, coppercoloredspots
t MISS ENA TAYLOR. evening and are now probably The Perfect ? > ?$$ Beautifier
: and in the latter
,
on iheir way to their father's appear on the body, stages of the disease the poison
Among the readers of The Journalare bedside. Beantiola can be used to as not to Interfere even works down and destroys the bones. No other disease is so highly
friends Florida's with business and coeial I duties. Uted
many of attor
The family and?! and many have contracted it and suffered its awful
__ ney-general and of Justice Taylor's are widely known by particular people everywhere Beinti- contagious, consequences
__ esteemed and the sad be oU remove blackheadi,ptnivewink1e hand-shake, handling the clothing of
family who will be interested In.. the news will .; freckles, moth paichM and all nffliBeM: through a friendly one afflicted withit
ij", following announcement made through received with regret. theromplexioa. It Jour drnjteiat annot or drinking from the same vessel, $. S. S., The King of Blood Purifiersis
supply you we will wnd it post*atd upon for Contagious Blood Poison. It down into :
Plj tte state press from Gainesville: the receipt of pri-. 50 renw. Write<< forp&rtiiiltr. l'L7 the only cure goes the cir
GainesvIlle, Dec. 9.At th: NO WIDOWS' OR LADIES HOME ADd literature describing our // : eolation and forces out every- particle of the virus. It is nature's antidot-

fcouse party which has been in BUT JUST WOMAN'S HOME. fall HOOT01TS line of FHARMACy.toilet requisites and.all:' Hold drug-by for this peculiar poison, and cures the disease

progress at the old Haile homesteadat One of those singular local fatuitiesfor giste.LLknryCbemlcalCo.St.LouIsMo. in all its stages and cures it permanently..

Kanapaha the numerous selected which It Is difficult to account s.s.s S. S. S. does not hide or cover up any of the
guests were pleasantly surpiised at iti the persistenca with which people poison to break out in future years but so com
the close of tne sumptuous dinner by refer to a well known local philanthropic pletely eradicates it from the blood that no sign!
PIP the following announcement fromMr.
institution almost
by any S.S.S.is
ever seen again. purely
; Justice R. Fenwicjc Taylor other PURELY VEG.ETABLE.are vegetable.
; than its
name
own.
.. Nick's Buffet and S we offer $1,000 for proof that It contains a
"Fourteen hundred years ago a cus- While a rose might smell as sweet par.
.t} tcm was adopted in France that had by any other name, the usefulness of tide of mineral 01'al1Y kind. Book with instructions for home treatmentand
4 In It so much of good sense and pro- the "Woman's Home" has doubtlets .- any medical advice you desire will be furnished by our physicians
|;Ufl priety that 'it quickly spread to nearly teen limited by continual referenceto Restaurant without charge. TIlE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA GA

all of iha European States. In the it as "Widow's Home," "Old ; .
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year A, D. 1200 the great Archbishop i Woman's Uome" or "Old Ladies'Hom.3. is the only 'place ot its =.=- -

1 :Walter enforced It as an ordinance of ." kind in Pensacola, in factit TO IMPROVE AND PRESERVE YOUR BEAUTY
2; the church. That grand old Puritan, I Ministers, professional men and Is '- ; ,. .. ----- USE
f Oliver Cromwell, the Great Pro-Puri I even the local press are largely responsible 7

N tan had his Parliament In 1C53 to enact for these limitations as the A Pride :I' ; i. NADINE FACE POWDER
to
it Into a Jaw. Our IPIlgrlm fathers public takes It for granted they know i. < .
brought' it with them to the Western what they are talking about ami '. ::'-' :,," IN GREKf BOXES OSLT.

:world. echoes their words_ Even the telephone 1i SUPERIOR IN QUALITY. HARMLESS A3
"In conservace with this time-hon directory designates it as "Old Pensacola : }(: ;_ i: WATER.
ored custom I here In this dear "
now, Ladies Home.
Fare Powder is compounded and
eld borne of her mother, around A moment's thought will enable Larger cities cannot :/ M'A NADINE by a KEITLY DISOOVKRT PRO
TI .vhlCh cluster so many sacredly ten- any one to understand what a limited boast 'of a better equppel! li. crsa. Products.,, which a beaut remtina ful.until soft washed velvety :o-.
tier memories, proclaim and announce 1 I field either a "Widow's" "Old Ladies" place. The ,service; is the Ladiea who uae Nadine Fac Powder in frtra
'the marriage engagement of my j or "Old '\oman'sHome would have best tha'fcan be had. .. .,: .- boxes are sure the complexion will be fresh
daughter. Ena, to Hon. William H. ,compared to a "Woman's" Home : :. .\ and lovely at rlom of the.evening. THtt
Buy one 60 rem t
QUALITY 18 UN
Ellis, Florida's distinguIsh Attor-;: which admits all women-any I package and If you are not entirely sati.nc4
ney-General, the marriage to take I "woman," married, Ingle and wlaowed -' Nick Apostle, Propt'rgenerous notify us. and we will promptly BKrcsn

:I1ace! in April next, 'when the roses old ajid young- and. in numerous TOUR MONETSoldbT leading. druggists, *>r mail- Puce
rome again.' I I instances has sheltered whole families -. : cents. White Flesh:Pmk.Brunelt.

"Colonel Ellis responded in his accustomed In their emergency. manner in which the Home Prep) redby
happy vein. There seems to be a disposition to: was rem mb?red during the holidaysby
The happy and distinguishedooupie whim the desire of National Toilet Co. Paris, Term,
regard as a mere Its friends. Amon's the larger
_ being present received the the lady managers to impress the I cash gifts were $10 (ten doHars) from "tHE'fNADlNOLAGIRl> Sold;-a Pensacola by all leading drug gist
heartiest congratulations of the entire : name upon the Woodmen of the Worla) and $25

I .company. the public mind. But that dssire is (twenty-five dollars) from the First J .e................................... ................ .... I
the result of their wish to help all National Bank, which were. greatly BLOUSE AND 'JACKET SUIT., -' - - -
REV. W. J. HAHN women who need their aid, insteadof appreciated 'and-needed. ;
DYING AT COTTAGE HILL. any one class of women. Those short little bolero Jackets are of the picture is bloused all around, '

_I Mr: and Mrs. W. L. Hahn left be! If it Is' known as a "Widows" ,:Miss Arrie Mathews, who ba.s won being made by high-class, tailor, ; who the coat showing pointed corners and r I OON'T PUT THAT WEDDING OFF .1 j
Home will not the
otner women appealto : coming but about half way to
night on the midnight train for Cot- many friends: during her presece in cater to the little! men; and for some-
it for shelter. If it is known as a waistline; while the sleeve Is of full
7 tag Hill in response to a telegram the demonstrator Don't wait till get rich to get married. 'Many'of
city as a perfume thing to be slipped .on over the linen, you
shelter for "Old" women, only, young l length, and with the blouse cuff turned .
that their father Rev. W. furnished *
announcing left yesterday noon for her home In happiest homes in Pensacola are on our
anl later' women will not avail themselves of cotton or flannel) shirt waist in the up 'over it The little trousers are 2
: J. Hahn was dangerously!! ill Miss Mathews Is so
Montgomery.
that hope had been its protection. If it is known as an cool days they are,both a comfort anda of full cut, with an elastic band at the
a came
message : with Pensacola that she
o:od! "Ladies" home modsst and well pleased : convenience. The littb shIrt waist knee to hald the fullnsss in place.
it abandoned.
hesitate will endeavor to induce her motherto i BUY NOW. PAY LATER PLAN. i
worthy but needy women might -
$ For )reunited cars the at Hahn the family home of has some annually to claim its hospitality, to whichall come !here! next summer to live.

p mcml:. This 3"e.r all were to meet are welcomed. -of that date. What was it? Couples with wedding date ahead are urged to come In
1 i at the Lome of Mr. ant Mrs. W. L. Therefore, the public generally and Blue Ribbon Lemon and Vanilla are It was the first watch. I anj see us. Special Inducements for complete outfits. :
4i! Hahn In this city but at the last moraent the press in particular: is requested to and deserve to be favorite extracts.' 'Wf: There Is a general belief that these Bedroom, suIt $20.00 up.MARSTON. .
Jt 'word came that both the par kindly aid In correcting these misap- They are absolutely pure and so.highly first watches! were of the shape of an .
i cuts Ray, and Mrs. W. J. Hahn were rreh nsk>ns by referring to the" institution concentrated that one half the usual egg. This Is not so. They were shaped
tuo 111 to leave home"and their daU'gh- as the. "Woman's Home. quantity produces perfect results. like a drum and were really pretty i & QUINA, !|
ter Miss Julia would not leave them. ,
clumsy f sr more suitable for the capacious -
;t Consequently a cloud was thrown BAPTIST WOMEN MEETING.The PIANO AND ORGANS. THE STRAPCLIMBE.RS.: 148. Pensacola Fla
_ costume of a rider than for the 108/110 S. Palafox'St.. Phone i
\ ever the festivities ony! Mr. and Mrs Women's Missionary Societycf !
Cash or terms. All piano tuning dress of courtieror
easy tightly fitting a
.1 "". H. Smith and daughter :Miss Mina the First Baptist church will meet and repair work guaranteed. One Way la Which .TWo*.Beya. Mat.Most .. more a dandy. But they kept good time ....................................................:
a Tree or 5 lc.Strap"
being able to attend of the two other with Mrs. Loftin this afternoon at -- ----- .
r daughters one Is in Iowa and the 2:30 o'clock when the annual electionof CLUTTER & RUSHlMQ, climbing or rope climbing Is an and ran forty hours without needing /
other In Colorado while the other son officers will take place. Members 12 E. Government. Phone 476. interesting: feat but'it is twice as novel winding. having feet;cannot go anywhere. -
please attend. The watchmakers of Nuremberg hav. Who killed the fourth part of all the I
and just as easy when two boys do
.
-- -- -+- CULINARY CONCEITS. It at the1same timo'It: Is'not well to erected fine statue in honor of Peter, people in the world? .Cain when he Memo.
Mrs. H. LL: Covington, :who has the apprentice of the middle ages, who killed Abel.
J.: E. REEDButcher spent the last two months in Philadelphia Dates stuffed with cream: cheese make go too far from the ground la this, or, found something new to do In an over ,

under the care of a specialistis a delicious afternoon tea relish. for that matter In any other cllmtliDK'teal crowded profession. Amlnal Cracker

and Green Grocer expected home this morning. The Roast. a bird with the 'breast down Go just far enough to show that Mary had a little Iamb two zebras and a Calendar
innumerablefriends of 'Mrs. Covington the greater part of the time. The flesh you 'can do it although it is perfectly The Kerot the KI...... boar. -

Cor. DeVilliers and Romana Sts. while will not be entirely pleased recovered to learn, that hsr will then remain more juicy cafe as long as the' ',dIrectIonaare. fol This Is a nice, nuiet ">lt down" gam Elewthub the score.and camels.-too. and other br:

; PHONE 1022. health is greatly. improved.Mrs. If a tiblespoonfal of vinegar te put lowed. C and cOmet as a chane'after a romp. She ate the whole menagerie and asked
Into the lard In which doughnuts are Get a strap!! or a piece of rope about All the players sit In a circle and one the nurse for more.' Pads

l Meats of all kind. Western and W. L. Morgan Jr.. entertained fried It will prevent them from absorbIng I eight feet long. Pass It aroumd the 01>- begins by banding the player on the But not another one would disturbed nurse allow.
much
by
t Country Pork, Sauer Kraut. Chickens the East HH1 Flinch Club Tuesday too much fat. right a key, saying "I give you here P or tier.H&rr's coat sleep and was ran; /

-. and Eggs, Turkeys Geese Ducks and afternoon. After four interesting Slices of whole wheat bread ipread the key of the kingdom. The next Around her M4 paraded that moat agrra-
everything sold by a' prst-class meat ''games delicious cakes and ambrosiawere with cream cheese sprinkled with finely player repeat the words said to him rating alO. ,. for the
_, market. Free delivery. I served. The next meeting will minced sweet red and passes It on to the next player, In horrid nightmare: circles they: all paa.
green or peppers ed la rwtew.-
be with Mrs. C. H Levey on Cervantes. the that .' desk
"I string
r make delicious sandwiches.. adding. give you Mary U a vegetarian now.
holds the' key ef 'the kingdom." The -Herbert Pan la St. Nicholas.
I .............. I I Pumpkin pies topped with whipped next player in his turn repeats what
Mrs. Boykin Jones who has been ill cream and sprinkled with minced nutsor caves! business men time
-i i :1i for several weeks and was very ill on dotted with whole pecan meats are both the previous players have said TROT OR GALLOP
Tuesday, had a more comfortable an appetizing variation of an old time adding as'he passes It on. '1 give you and worry. Any engagement
I I nitbt and on Wednesday morning her dessert.If the knife to cut the string that holds A. Problem For People With Even for days ahead may

Pure } lends felt more encouraged. family in much the key of the kingdom." Then the Very'Sharp' EJ' ". x be written on this pad and
your indulges pieor
fourth'will hand it on, announcing that Here is a problem for people with
called to attentionat
I + The many friends of Mrs. T. A. biscuits it Is convenient to have always 1 "I give you a grindstone' sharpen the sharp eyes: .A.a'we all know, a horse your
f
on hand a quantity of flour already the proper time.
: Jennings are delighted to have h rand knife" etc. and so on. until all the when walking or trotting advances
her lovely baby daughter Mary mixed with the shortening and : players have supplied some article connected only one leg of each pair at a time, but
I Fresh Butter f Elizabeth safe again in their home either dish can then be readily made in with the key of the kingdom or when. galloping lifts both forefeet together -
corner 'Baylen and Cervantes aftertlf'e a very short time. .
have failed in the attempt and then both hind feet.. Now, 25 cents.
: months of travel' among the out- the is
: question how other animals manage
H posts. this matter. The birds, of course
The Latest Fad. C..J&.r.
t : !s the only\ kind you want i Mrs. Marion Caldwell. who has been What is it that never freezes? Boiling flap both wings together, but which
I and the cnly kind )'ou. seriously ill was better yesterday and BEAUTIFUL COLLARSin water. birds run and which hop We human
i : ought to have. It is the 'her hosts of friends trust she may the most exquisite designs for THE How many straws go to make agooe&snestt beings "trot" when'we walk and "gal- '
Ladies GOING UP.
and Misses from lOc to STRAP CTJXBXBS
kind you buy, and the rapidly ano' entirely recover. Not one, for:jtrawa, not lop" when we swim-that 18, if we are Coe's Bookstore
each
: only kind you can buy, : $1.69 Ject pole or tree you wish to climb using the plain breast stroke. The dog,

i .i from this store. YOII. Capt. II. P. Ohipman and bride, Mrs. Nordstrom's Millinery, and tie or buckle the ends securely together however, "trots" for,: both. Now, do Palafol
I know the brand. who was Miss Minnie E. Burnett, and .No. 11 E. Intendencla St. Now two boys get inside the the amphibious:animals-the seals, otters 213 S. Street..
i who were married in Pensaco-la Mon- rope, it pressing against their backs at STOPS ANY ITCHINGDOAN'S and the re t-ewirn like men or

day night, are spending several daysin the waist and bracing their feet againstthe like other four footed creatures

the city on their honeymoon and tree or pole, and leaning ,back Then there are,the fiJi -One would _4

I I Fox River C'sI i -Mobile are domiciled at the Bienville Hotel. against the rope walk right up the OINTMENT CURES ECZEMA rather expect that; as they move their

Register.. New Shoe pole, as the illustration shows. The AND ITCHING PILES. PEN tails from side to side; they would flap ESCAMBIA OYSTER DEPOT.

L : : secret of the whole thing is to keep alternately with, tha fins which are. Phone 1210.
Mr.
and Mrs. J. S. Walton have the
I i Clover Hill Butter. : sympathy of a large cirels of friends step,or. rather,keep step with alternate SACOLA PEOPLE 'RECOM. their hands and feet Who can tell Fine Perdido Bay Plant and Escam

1 ,. and relatives in their grief over the feet. While one boy raises his right MEND IT. whether they do or not and whetherall bia Oysters at reasonable prices.
loss of their baby who died Wednesday StoreOn foot the other boy advances his left fish ar all times follow one rule?
i : morning of membranous croup. foot both keeping time. It Is really By the war bow does a frog use Its C. Tabarras & Co.

It is the best butter made : The little body was laid to rest 1dkt very simple,.perfectly safe, and it looks One application of Doan's Ointment "hands The great anatomist E. Ray
;- : end the only butter that evening in the Tippin family burying like a difficult circus feat. Remember stops anY' itching. Short treatment Lank ester, has pointed 'out that while ------ --- -- -
ground Mrs. Walton being a daughterof two things do not climb too high and "
Is always the sam3 in Itching salt the "thousand lop such as tour common -
piles rheum
sweetness and color. : Mr. Cal Tippin and sister of Assistant or about January be very sure that the rope is strong': cures eczema galleyworm, advance two feet of
: Postmaster Will Tippin. 1st we will open at: -any skin eruption! or skin itching.
and well knotted. a pair together,' the whichare
ctntJpeda,
t : 4 corner of Baylen and It is the cheapest remedy to use, be- The Most 1Contented
much
like
them do the
The Misses Moreno of Pensacola Intend ncla streets is exactly opposite
cause so little of it required to bring
] [ 35 cents a Pound i ii ere visiting their kinspoople, Mr. and PETER HENLEIN.The relief and, a cure. Here is Pensacola and ihe the swimming worms also ,
alternate stroke of each pair of
Mrs. F. R. Osborne on Riverside testimony to prove It:
avenue.-Jacksonville Metropolis. Clever Lockmlth'B ApprenticeWho Mrs. W.. Merlins, living on West In paddles.
: 4 The Shoe Made th. First Wateh. tendencla street says: "I used Doan's Few people can tell on which system 'Men
; is the price. We receive Miss Lurleyne Fulghum who has In the year 1505 there was a young Ointment which I procured at Sidney the caterpillar manages Its dozen or so i
: i it in refrigerated cars had a very happy holiday home-com- apprentice to a locksmith in Nurenv: Kahn's drug store corner Pala legs or whether the adult Insect walks !

and from the car it Is Immediately : lug will leave Sunday for Macon, ParlorC. berg.; His name was Peter Henlein fox and Romana streets for eczema trots, paces or gallops on Its six. How :
transferred to Ga.. to resume her studies in Wesleyan He had neither money friends nor influence which had bothered me for more than does the spider use eight? Altogether, are usually the best fed
a big refrigerator in our : College. Miss Fulghum is gift and seemed doomed to remain' ten 'years. It was worse during the this Is a large field tor'obae"atIon. a' men. If you live hero

: : store built especially for ed in! music attention.to which sh is devoting THIESEN, Proprietor. simple, poor locksmith's helper all his heated parts- of the year than any field, too, where any one may discovernew : you live welL
that purpose. Every specal J. E. WILSON other time, and I suffered terribly. I facts as yet unrecorded, and thus
: Manager. life.There
i pound is guaranteed and : We will. have a full line of were more than a hundredlocksmiths' used one ointment and salve after another add to the store of k 1' wledge..
money is refunded if not'as The Excelsior Flinch postponed the apprentices in Nurembergat i i but with littla success, and
i regular meeting yesterday on account UptoDateMen's Only the Bestof
L represented. / : of the rain ana! will meet next Wed- that time, and most of them said .'treated with different doctors but Cured His Mother of Rheumatism.
:- resdty with Mrs.\ Charles Rice. hopelessly that the field was overcrowded. without obtaining marked benefit, -My mOther has been sufferer for
: and Boys' ShoesWe We hear something like that every j When ofle fifty cent box of Doan's Oint-I many years from rheumatism says everything Is served

-- Miss Ella Ward left yesterday to I now and then In these days. too. don't. .ment cured me It Is no more W. H. Howard of Husband, Pennsylvania. here and i n, the most
enter the State College for girt at will .sell we? tural that I should be pleased to let; "At limes she was unable to
i others know of the wonderful merit of move at all while .at, all pleasing manner.
ji Tallahassee.! :Nobody remembers the names of any i times walking
I ISol Cahn & CO. 4 of these apprentices today except that this preparation. It is a remedy' was painful.. I presented her witha

h Mr. and Mrs. F. 3!. Marsh entertained For Cash Onlyso of Henlein. He didn't waste any time which all sufferers from Itching skin bottle of .Chamberlain's Pain Balm -
at tea. last evening for HA-U disease: can rely upon with the utmost and after a' few- applications' she decided
I : The Pure Food Store, + grumbling and wort'11ngabout the "
confidence :
Fred T. .Meyers ,and Judge and Mrs.: It was the mostwonderful pain
I. when for a pair of Shoes "overcrowded field. but sat down In For sale by 'all dealers. Price 50 reliever she
Charles Swayne. you pay had e.ver_tried. In fact
,
; :: .T. Southwest Corner Ptlifoi and Intcndendt.PhonesJ8O .+ -.- here you pay for the Shoes'on1), not his spare time tinkering; at a curious I cents. Foiter-MIlburn Co., Buffalo. she is never without'itow and is at I Kandy Kitchen Cafe,

; At the regular meeting of the boardof for bad accounts of others, and book. machine. '.. New York, a.ils agents! for the United all times abl'a to walk. An occasional
t' d ,! lady managers of the Woman's keepers, collectors stationery, etc. When It was finished it was shaped State. ; application of. Pain D.11m'keeps away S.Paafox. Phcne 999w
.J ladles This that will UNDERSELL like a drum and just small enough Remember the Doan's 104 !
Home Tuesday'evening.,the ex- means we was I name- -and the pain that she was formerly troubled
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F:4- BEGIN THE NEW YEAR RIGHT ""WE SELL LOTS"List Timber Lands ,


Real Estate is Universally RegardedAs by'saving sacola WORK real your WHILE estate.money,'It YOU will Put SLEEP.It inPeu-.' A Few Attractive Offerings in Real Estate. f


I have a lai ge number:of vacant lots Jur property'with us it $28, OO.OO-Onfl\ the most valuable pieces of property In the city :

the Safest of All Investments on East HI1! which are ottered hOW'at you want, .it sold. I "For 'Sale on a corner and fronting 3 streets (260x240)). .5

$60 and 501.00 CASH ',If yoa want: tobuy: we have' $20.000.00-New. two story brick building on Garden street near Pal-
S many bargains.Money :ltox, with lot 92 feet front. Quick sale. .
and it is. Real and 50 cents.per week 'No .tax s.* K'! $12,500.00-Larga 3-story brick building, near business center. .A: ,
Estate is better than Interest. These lots are:' selling at the to l loan on City Prop- good Interest pajer. j'.

money in the bank. You can't spend it same ,prices for cash' : 'Before' paid for erty.. We 'have them. Several splendid' $7500.00-Desirable building lot.. near!: business center on corner (245
they will hs worth fr bit by bit, and its intrinsic values grow per lot -S .. S FIRE! RANCE. large and small turpentine locations )
Saw Mills aid Saw mill locations.: $600000--Improved property near Palafox street, property paying.
each
year. Ring ,phone 46!.., ..' Same excellent bargains in large: about 12 per cent. We consider this a bargain. '

and small tracts of round and boxed $5500.00 Large :2-story! dwelling on West Hill: good neighborhood
Real Estate : L.'S.'BIwN 6 CO.' timber! lands. with 12 rooms and servants quarters. Lot 80 by ISO feet.

Large tracts:; of Mississippi Delta: Our Rental Department is given special attention and our Hits
LESLIE 'E ,BROOKS and of stores offices and dwellings contain locations in all parts of toe
: Hardvood lands.
.
Values in Pensacola I IHIESEN BUILDING I I"C Splendid list of valuable propertyand city. Our Insurance Department, representing 15 of the leading

fine location for a Co'ony or Stock foreign and American companies can fully protect you from the fira
204% S. Palafox St. FIsHer :Sulldh g. :Farm in South East Georgia.Some fiend. Loans, In. any amounts madeon real estate and on short no -
are growing, and if you would get the tice.
YEAGER of the choicest residence S
advantage of its growth you should buy L t places In the beautiful little city of CALL IN AND LET US SHOW YOU HOW TO INVEST YOUR

See. For Sate DeFuaiak Springs, Fli. and In,Milton. S
now our list. < ,has recently started Into the I

FOR SALE.-One choice 'block on top REAL ESTATE i Fla.Our prices and terms. are reason MONEY.HOOTON & WATSON
of the rijge east of, the electric '' ,
pemisacola favestmeet businSoS.; City property and farming able.Cal
Co0
railway !between 7th and 8th .streats. cold. on or write to us.TURNER&AYMARD. 6 Successors to Tios. C. Watson 6 Co.
4. H. B'ALBHBEJtTE City, Nautre has fa>'ored this' section a..HI.It lands: bought and !I .
Manage r. cannot be duplicated. A. V. ClUbbs. : 'Your patroaaga Is kindly solicited. No. 37 S. Palafox St. LEADING REAL ESTATE DEALERS.
WtILK5! ?WLIS, reslden! .R. B. S1MSOX. Secretary. : Have ;)'oa money to invtst? Do you

J. V.-Pres. eni: Ceo. Minster. SNOWIES DYE!. Tre or-r. FOR SALE.-Grocery store ani meat : want a Tiles home?

I Real Estate loans, General /nvcsrmsnfs. market attached; business good; HERE ARE SOME GOOD BARGAINS u -.

215 South Palafox Stroat, Pensacola,' Florida. reason for belling on acount' of going : in West King Tract
East Government
north, owner does not: want to stay Two bl9Ckb Miscellaneous Street Tuesday,
---- south. Address I. M., care Journal.. I near, car. line! containing 46 lots $1275.II I Real Estate and -- January 9, JS06. at 7 o'clock p. In.
4 ': Two lour room cottages renting $15 I DRAYMAN'S ASSOCIATION.If FRANK L. MAYES,
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3janlw'S'S
=---:==--- -- per ,moatli.$1250. Abstract Company, you want a good drayman ring President and General Manager. .

WANTED FOR SALE.-A goed paying, corner Six:,roou cottage with bath.. etc. 953. Draj men's stand, corner Palafox 2Sdecoaw2w.
Florida and Alabama grocery on West Hill at .a bargain. 706 E.' Wright .. .$13aO; P. 0 Boil I 115. DiFuaiai Springs, AQrl ]. and Zarragossa.: We will haul bag

\XTED.-Second hand safe about Good location. Apply to 'T/Soranta Eight*room house with modern con- : ;gage; and furniture at the same rate, Stockholders Meeting.
20x30 inside. Apply Y. M. C. ANTED LAND COMPANY at G. Giardinas. 407 S. Baylea. St vemencSs;' a' nice home. N. Hayaestreet ---------- and also any other hauling. ,We will Notice is hereby given that the an

.. :20iec4tf:( ., $3250.'; Board and Rooms.TKO haul any load that one man can han nual meeting of the Mayes Printing ,
4jan3f _ _ _ _ Manufacturers ot .
Second Floor' ,TMesen Building.Phoadt I II dIe without any help within one mil Company will be held at the office ot 4
\\ \ .-E'ectric! :work of all kind. and. Dealer: in LOTS FOR SALE.-WE'k.jy) Payments! ;332. ROOMS FOR RENT-20 West for the regular price. Wo are reliable the company at 24 West Government

i LUS lean jour fans. reair your LUMBER ,SAWED .CYPRESS SHIN.' of $1.0 ) only. No; taxes: No interest ]I i iI l Wrisht street Furnished to suit. draymen, and we are responsible\ street, Tuesday January 9, 1906 aft' ,

dynamo. GJ; your wiring, elc. Pin GLES AND KILN-DRIED SAP. Thos. Pabiey, office. cor. Ro Meals furnished it desired near Es- We are ;n the business and are hera 8:30: o'clock p. m. f,

SiD P :1S:1cola: Electric: Co. 205 S. mana and Palafox..:'Sts. Phone (;59. S I I I, cambia Hotel. ; 4janlu to stay. You can find us from six to B. S. BERNARD, I

Baicn: _ _ _ FOR SALEFOR I six. SecretaryTreasurer.28fiecoaw2w. 1
HELP WANTED RUBBER STAMPS I :FOR RUXT.-One large furnished 21declm J. BELL Mgr. S

WANTED First-class regIstered l. ll.>.ll. ,.. ,..,y.. (|, ,. ,__ | 15c per line of 3 inches. SALE-The restaurant situated front rojra: for rent Apply, 247 E. S
,
ilnisew and< pharmacist wants position DAVIS NOVELTY WORKS the Gregory. CUT FLOWERS.-Patterson's Rose-
WANTED South Falafox streat opposite 4janlw
in West Florida, permanent or AT \CE-A nurse and I Phoio 1222. 118 N. Palafox. on mount Gardens, of Montgomery has I
also a cook. Good wage to, right I postofflce. known as White's Restaurant NICE FURNISHED rooms, with or Professional
In
Address F. Z.. care Journal You'can Order by Mall. to Hoo- placed an agency Pensacola. represented Directory
temporarj t 3jan. party. Apply to 18 E. Wright street. For particulars apply .without board. Terms reasonacle. by Miss Bertie Smith, 616 N. j
180\
4jan. I ;! I ton & Wat on. .: 4jan4t Apply 200 W. Intendencia. 17 dec3v* Barcelona. Orders promptly filled for

PRINTER-Steady, sober, experienced WANTED. A FOR SALE-Beautiful block la New i ,FOR S'Aui'iiss Amos, at 400 Hayne FOUR NICELY FURNISHED or unfurnIshed roses, carnations and all kinds of other PATTILLO CAMPBELL, '
in job work and all lines o! news good: house boy at once.: City. 'Tract No. 312. FGr cash $603.: street will dispose 'of household' rooms; can also use for cut flowers. Phone 651. :'OdpcI
from "devil" to editor. desires _Apply 53 W. Gonzalez St. 3jan Apply to A. McMillan.. Court nlno Attorneyvat'Law. '
work Wednesday,
S'ining
paper --- HOUa3.I. goods, light housekeeping. Inquire at 501 REAL ESTATE in all parts of the
position; West or Middle ''Flori WANTED.-Competent young manstenogra'pher. I :I. o'clock m, continuing two. da>s. ,At West Chase ttreet or phone 323. I city. You buy the ground and we Room 405 Thletan Building.
I
da preferred Can bring recommen *Must be a ,hustler PILLS.-Just, half and below half price. Bedsteads 27dec. will build your home on long time
dations. Address Box 54. Quincy. and willing to do general work. If NORMANS Cathartic.received! $2 an3 $4. Cotton mattresses $3;; Refrigerator NICELY FURNISHED with payments. D. Hale Wilson & Co. THOS. PESLEY
Compound For rooms use
55.600 ,
Fla. Sjanlw not competent do not apply. Address (8.45) $5;, plain chairs 33:
giving reference, "Wanted sale at The Alligator and Webt End : Pillows!' 40 cents of kitchen for light housekeeping.I TAILORING L. Diamond, Tailor. LAW, REAL ESTATE. LOANS AND .
Pen each feather
SECOND HAND CLOTHING WANTED sacola JournaL care Saloons. ISnovlm cents '; Dining-room table, $23jan.t. ? Apply at 10UO E. DeSoto street. I Gents' clothing cleaned pressed and COLLECTIONS.

-Hishsst;! price paid for gent'sclothing 3jan2t pr pound.. Sjanlw.NICELY. repaired on short notice. No. 11% PALAFOX AND ROMANA. 'S ,

only. Also sell second hand WANTED.-First-class tailor cleaner .FOR" SALE.-Good family horse new ; jr.FOR FURNISHED bed room conveniently West Government St., Pensacola, Fla. PHONE 552. :,
and harness ,Leslie E. SALE.-,- Fall pigs and brood Idee. -
Intendencia. buggy
goods Na 9 E. and presser. Apply No. 9. E. Inten : located; privilege or bath,
Brooks. Odec sows. If jou :want Quick meat gas phone. Apply 126 W. Garden St.
1fmn'8pri es dencia. 3jan SAILMAKER.J. R.YAEGER
Berkshireand
KOD\KERS get have them
makers we 3JanZw'WANTELkI.'A
H. PORTER sallmaker. 716 South ,
for developing and finishing. Best JUST RECEIVED- shipment of Poland ,China, White Rock
I WANTED.-Young lady stenographer! fw boarders in private Palatox street. Orders taken for ATTORNEY AT
and cheapest In city. Romana and imported 'Olive' Oil. Retail by pint. Ccickeas.. FIshers ::Bet in the World"strain.R. I LAW.
I and assistant bookkee r.ddr s.s family; nicely furnished rooms,with' tents, awnings,'camp stools and house
19declm larger quantity. O: ilorasso -
Paafox. galloa or -Reds'Brown Leghorns; Rooms, 202 and 234:: Thlesen Bid. ,
in OWl writing, and state salary expected use of' bath and Convenient : cots. etc. Prices reasonable. Sljaa.
chandlers antf 701 telephone.
ship grocers cockerels
Co. choice
I & and Barred 'Rocks-a'few PHONE 332. 1
JUST OPENED.-W. N. Brown, staple to P. O Box 763. S ,
SJan to railroad shops and on car line.
,
Palafox. 4octFOR
and fancy groceries, home and w est- South ready for senrie Cheap if lold Apply 401 I The Rental Business is our specialty I
ISGregory. 3Janlm
chickens I WANTED. Men at. once. ,Collier Brps, Chipl.y, Fla. and your business will have careful
ern beef, fresh country eggs, and boys: to' learn ,SALE.-Only 4 young BOAT 'pigs'sIted t
and the famous blue grass Kentucky I I plumbing trade, pays $5 day after by'Duke of Florida 88323 out 22dec2w ., j I UNFURNISHED-Large front room!attention. D. Hale Wilson & Co. i Dr.S.R.MaltoryKennedyOflic
fronting south and west. Good
butter coner 10th avenue, and _G/eg- completing touree of practical instruction of Orphan Lee of BaHimdre. 5S5I.| Zirkelbach'Thompsen,:.corner Be!. : '
'
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I light! location. --:--"' -'-'-- ----
and central 12
cry St Phone 1064. lldeclra. at home or In our sch30s.GraJ! All guaranteed: with registration'and moat and DeViJUors, laler in finewines" Apply over D'Alemberte's Drug Store ,
I I uates admitted to' Union ,and Jaster ped greeS.Carl Set'irlind; ,:J Chipley, ,liquors aaJ: cigars- Jug; tradea N. PaUfoy St. ()r phone 65.2janlm; Pensacola, SI. Andrews and Office Hours-9:30 a. m. to C p. In..
for ; '
hundred paid :
W TED.- 5c Phones 274 and 103.:>>
.A per Plumbers att nton. given BOARDERS" WANTED N.
AssociationPositions s*)- Fla. ._. :6'noY' specialty. Prompt at 312,
Schnapps Tobacco Tags or any of It.'I cured. Coyn Bros.. Co.' Plumbing, i home trade. Phone Uo. SSft.Sdeclni | Hayne. By 'day week 01- month.l' Gulf Steamship Go u_ _ ---'
J. Reynold's Tobacco Co.'s tags. T. F. Schools New York, Chicago. Ilia.,. Cincinnati FOR \ ,E.-Improved? ..Tarm, 170acres :;," -uL: J. .'. I[ Terms reasonable:' Mrs.; Jennie Per. 411

Westmark. at J. B. Roberts & Co Ildeclm .:oh, L. &: ,N...railroad. 16"mUe3j, .) due. S ISdeclm 7' ..4MER T.4 s'ri v
0., St. Louis, Mo. Free cata 25 with! _._ .. T. G. YATES M. D
north: Pensacola" between"J Cottag, uflJ FOR SALE.- -House andf acres - ,---. -- -

log., r" : and Can'onment; ; 9 room house! : '2J jafgebarts. I' 60 bearing pecan trees 1>,2 miles,FURNISHED' ROOMS with or with W. C. ARROW, Master. .. -
JOB PRINTING of all kinds wantedby lCUacres cleared. .J..5W bearing from' Milton. 'For'atliculars'address out board. Pleasant locality near FIRST-CLALP PA83ENGLlt AND
.
the Majes Printing Co., 24 W. WANTED.-A good'stuographt>r. A> fruit trees. For cash or on time. \Vii G. H- Langley, Bagdad. Fla. : Palafox street 117 E. Intendenca! FREIGHT bEKVICB OPTICIAN S. ,

Government Phone 181. Only.the dress M. B., care Journal, in own exchange for city property...Apply' C. Sdeclm*_.--..._' i ix :Mrs.: Fannie Rettenger. decl5-lm. -Detww ;-
handwriting, stating experience and
best of work. Idee Hill. Fla.. .. lOnov. Piano PENSACOLA. MOBILE. APALACHI. 412 THIESEN BUIWINCDIRECTORY
salary cttd. Sldec N.'Levey", Cottage OR SALE.-An upright Singer, WANTED few boarders at 318 W.
We wilY number your house for you exp cheap for cash.''C411 at 1304 W. Bejmont New .house, good neighbcrhood COLA. CARRABELLE. ST. ANDREWS
cheap. Any style figures you desire. ANTED.-Severai good laborers. FOR SALE.-One house and four; lots Government St.. Pedsacola, Fla.-. j I and near car line. lldeclm* MILLVlLLE..
Oth avenue, corner LaRua, ,also And all points on St A-idrew Bay,
7declm ,
on
Steady employment to good 'S .
reasonable. men
_
Our always _
prices are household goods. Apply to Irs. S BOARDERS WANTED at 226 N Alcanit. Csrrabe'le' and Apaavhicola.
all
King, & Hual. PhonA 249. 24nov. Equipment Bldg., ,Navy Yard. W. E. Maxon, on premises: 9dec. FOR SALE OR R .-Two story 10 Nice, large rooms; good ta. I' SCHEDULE
!:)iectw'WANTED.A : room and 120 acres good tim ble and terms reasonable. Mrs. Dora Sunday 8:39
WANTED.-Hauling and transfer .house Leave Feusacola p. Pensacola Lodge, No. 3, K. of P.
work. Office phone 363; residence thoroughly competent. FOR SALE.-One billiard table, 4j bered.land; 40 in cultivation. 'Address Donaldson. 9declm* m. for Mobile Ala. meets every Monday evening at 7:30(

pnoti*" 390. Acosta & White 22.23 N. and experienced man to farm' place x9; Ivory Balls, cues and cue ,rack. the owner, Mrs. R. 1\1. Aplegate. Can- FOR RENT -Furnlohed rooms for Leave Pensacola, TOlesda), 8.30 p. o'clock at their temporary Castle Hall

Tarragona St. 25mar. about 6 miles from,city. Address W., in good condition. Price $7300. Apply toameat, Fla. '_, Sdeclm rent wIth or without board. No m., for St. Andiews MillvlUe, ApalachiCOla. -over l'ou stable, W. Intendenela St. '

Journal office. Sdeclm* to Thos C. Watson & Co.: DdeoSternwneel Victor records 35c I and 60c. Call on light housekeeping.' Apply 310 West Carrabelle: and Intermediate Visiting brethren cordially welcomed.J. ,

TED.-Second hand corn oat our agent or ,write Metropolitan Gregory. ICdeclm points.additional Information H. BREWTON. C. C.

and cotton seed meal sacks. Out,oft01'n Any intelligent 'person may earn a boat; rebuilt ,in :March, TalkIng Machine Co.,. Jacksonville, FOR RENT.-Four furnished rooms, For R.- SAUNDkRS.E. apply.tjJ. It HORSLER. K. of R. & S

shipments solicited. Write us. a good Income corresponding\ for 190or service.in Lake Foatchar Fla. Agents wanted. 'ISdeclm centrally located. IS E. Garden StISdeclm R. COBB Pmident '
rewspapeis: no canvassing; ; experlepce Mississippi Sound, thoroughly Rathbone. Lodge No.
the ,
F S. Mellen & Co. 20mar. train and Frt. and Pass. Agt-
SALE CHEAP. One :25x5! ft Gen.
FOR -
Send for pardon 30. 1C of P. meets every
unnecessary. strong and.solid; 144 ton* net; Pensacola. V\\\
WANTED.-The Merchants Transfer lars. Northern Press. Syndicate, length over all, 137 feat; breadth ,of launch with 4-horee- power engine. BAY TEt-Open night and day! Thursday evening at 8:09.i : .

Co. wants your moving and baullng. Lockport N. Y. SnovCmos.Klonsy beam is 36 feet; depth of bold la 4.6 In first-class order. :For, further par I European plan. Rooms light and i o'clock in their temporary\ 1t1
All T. B. Tnor. ticulars, address P. O. Box 418. 'city 1 Castle Pou stable
breakage guaranteed. feet 12 staterooms and large cabin; clean. Transient trade solicited. Hall over <
; ADVERTISEMENTMASTERS'
len.. _Prop. Phone 97S. ISJunelm 3 longitudinal bulkheads; 3 boilers, 24 15de, _ _ 575-579 S. Palafox., S. NIcolau. LEGAL W. Intendencia street ji

to Loan. feet oa, 3S inches diameter; '2 en. Sternwheel boat,,built for service in Prop. Visiting knights are <*>".
COOK.-Experienced chef (colored) 'SALE.By dlally welcomed. j '
; 'Jz:: I5 Inches diameter 6 feet Mississippi Sound and Lake Pontchar-' FOR RENT.-Furnished rooms In a
1 is open for engagement to go south f t virtue of a decree of foreclosure J. D. KIRK..C. a 4
LOAN.-On real estat' stroke; allowed steam pres: uro. ICC train; 110 tons net:, length over all. desirable location, new house and
Jan, 1, Florida MONEY TO or the Honorable Francis B. C. J. LEVY K. of R. .
preferred references. by ?
rendered ,
; sufficient security' pounds; fitted with donkey boiler; : 111 feet: breadth of beam Is 20 feet; furniture 212 W. Gregory St.
Address by letter, J. C. B., 9 Gran- other by appl>- 4 feet new Carter.: Judge of the Circuit Court of --- FA
Pebley Palafox and Steam'capstan; electric headlight. Apply depth of hold is ; bottom 3% ; 13declm :
to Thos. cor. Knights of Columbus.
lug
'iliepL, Boston. IDdeclm* "Florida on the 11th
Stairs. 17nov-z. New Orleans Naval Stores Co.,I:decking 2"; 33" bulkheads fore and Escambia county, Meeting ol the

KING & JIUAL, compacting paintersand Romana. up, 519 Magazine St:,_New Or ans. La.Nov11l21416'92325. aft; 2: boilers; 2 SwarM engines lOx 1 day of December,, A. D. 1903: in the ;I a Knights of Columbus' VIt

decorators. Fine varnishing MONEY TO LEND-;.On good real e*- :15 with patent cutoff; electric plant. Educational case of A. F. West against Jacob 't<..., C.r. are held at their halL ,
and finishing. tate security. or on good collateral :This is a good stern wheel boat of the KleIn Bernard Schllater and his wife, No. 8 West Intenden'lW'.I' '
'
<<: Residence Sign phoce pa.nUng.a 249. %9au specialty :. at lowest rates. Leslie E. Brooks' FOR SALE OR RENT.-Two lighters; i Mississippi river type speedy sound MUSIC.-After the "Holidays" I will Kattie Schliater, I will on Monday the cia street, on every
Fisher building. 21Jon one with capacity for 73: thousand ft. and comfortably arranged for passengers accept a limit:;! number of pupilson 5th-day of February, A. D. 1906 sell .WA Monday evening at'rl219'

WANTED.-All keepers of poultry to lumber; the other thirty thousand I .. Price on application Boat the. lolloping Instruments: Violin, at public outcry for cash to the high. 7:30 o'clock. An In.
feed wheat. It is the cheapest feed MONEY. LOANED 'on' any iaii pacity. Rates reasonable.. Telephone I could be delivered at oncE Reason! Cello! ,.' Clarinet and all brass Instruments est and best bidder iu front of the vitation U extended 1"e

because It makes hens lay. :F. S. kinds of personal property, payable! or write J. A. Chaffin &, Co.l1Itou: I for selling no employment for boat. except slide trombone. Will County Court House in the City of Knights. '
visiting
Mellen & Co, Phone 334.The weekly or montniy. When you need Fla. Sldcclm; f Apply New Orleans Naval Stores Co., teach at pupils resid nces. Music fur..I Pensacola 'Florida during the legal to JOHN B. JONES, '11'
J-A. Wilson: :22 'W.
money see me. % St. New Orelans for all occasions band hours sale the following described
519 Magazine La. nished or or of Grand KnIght.Recorder.
7thavenue EDM. FOX.
new Montana Market
cor. street Salisbury building:
Government
I FOR SALE.-Seven hundred acres nov-J1-.2-14-16-19-23-26. : S I chestraPIa5e leave orders at the real property, situated l lying and beIng I"
want ,
and Wright street, 2de:
room 7.. and farming lano. 12 pitIes State
timbered almostTnew.also Clutter Music Houset\ or at my per. in the county of Escambia.
TOur business. We handle native and FOR SALE.-Gas .
Western MONEY LOANED on, good real estate east of Milton. 3 from railroad- Fine range three manent aidres: ; Navy Yard, Psnsa- of Florida, t -wit: :The south half of pen$ cola: Lodge No. 4, I. O. O. F. j '
meats but ha7e two or furnished '
ter, country produce, security in any amount D. stock farm conditions. For particu. cola, Flap, F- Ehlers, Bandmaster, the northwest quarter ani the porth- Pensacola Lodge No. 4, I. O. O. F.. 1' -'
etc. Martin & for with without
eggs vegetables lent or
rooms board.
Abbott i Hale Wilson& Co. aug20 lars address G. H. Langley.. Bagdad.Fla. for U. S. Navy5MISSBELLE west quarter of ,northwest quarter ol meets every Thursday evening at 7:39 'J:
Props. ISdeclm suitable light housekeeping
Sdeclm* ; very Section twelve ((12)) In Township at the new hall on West Gardea 4.

W\NTED.-AH kinds of electrical I MONEY LOANED on all kinds of personal desirable" neighborhood. Address WHITING will open a North, Range thirty-one wsst fiVe'j street. Visiting brethren cordially

work I sell all kinds of electrical property on short notice. FOR T3ALE.-Nice. clean bundle.newspapersfor t"Stove. this office_ Sldeclw private! : ',school\ on Tuesday, January Jones, specIal!, Master. invited. T. G. bl'INBON. -

batteries and other electrical supplies. :Terms easy. J. W. Bullard. upstaIrs sale- Only 5c a They I FOR SALE.-Barred Plymouth Rock 2. at her residence. 521 N.. Spring. 4janow4w.Stockholders'. I B. R. WITKOVSKI, Secretary.
Palafox St. Phone 1144snov. make: good wrapping paper, and' are. .CO 'month. Sldeclw
When you need me ring 345 or 935. i 28 South ,' thing to put under matting.AUTOMOBILES.I Cockerels from prize winners, $1.00 Terms. $3 per REB-E-KAH-SISTERL- 5''
E. W Peake, new Star Laundry buildIng I Just the up. Large, well marked good blooi MISS .IRMA HAIGHT. of New YorK Meeting. -f'
E Garden. ISdec.WANTED. to loan am agent for tho Also' some good pull( s. Mrs. LizzieB. City, will take pupils In' voice culture The regular annual meeting of the Naomi Lodge No. 10. Rebekah Sla ;
UNLIMITED amount 01: money Pope Mfg.Co. and can sell you autos Hughes!! Chipley! Fla. Sldeclm For particulars address 901 N. stockholdsrs of The Lewis Bear Co. ters meets every Monday night at
.-A. R. Blngham wants on all kinds of personal property. They cost leilS,than 8 o'clock in I. O. O. F. HalL Visit
from $500.00 January
up. held Wednesday
will be on
your moving and hauling. lie guai> Special rates to business men on large I Pal tox. 21dec131MRS. slstenj! cordially invited to be pro**
In
They can be .run
keep up. of the :?
horses to I I 10 8 o'clock at the oMce
antees all breakage. _Phone 630. loans. The New York Loan Co., 201H In sand or anywhere a horse can go. Board and RoomsFURNISHED H. ,8. CHUNN_ will receive pupils company, at corner Palafox Bcd ..Ialn,ent MRS S. DeTUAYER.I .

WANTED.-Everybody U take dinner South Palafox. Leslie E. Brooks. ,In 'shorthand at her residence, streets. I MISS MAMIE nlEE IAN. Secretary., .
I ROOMS-Fine loca.t1on.1 321 N. Barcelona St. Terms, $5.00 a .
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_* the Southern HoteL 9dec.COURT MORRIS BEAR, Pres. B. A. No.8!, meets flrzt aai
M. E.
: FOR SALE.-IO room house corner Splendid view of bay. 414 South month in,advance. ,9declm'FORRE.NT
HOUSE DYEING, Pressingand LOST lot. 3 blocks from Palafox, lot dSx AkanIz. Dec.% .I I MAX L BEAR. Sec. third Wednesday evening at 7:30 9.m .

Cleaning Club, 118 N. Palafox 192 on car line. For particulars Inquire t oaw3w.STOCKHOLDERS'. ...Rafford Hall No 10. Wet: Inten-

St, Mrs T. J. Davis, Prop. Your patronage LOST.-Chnafmas. night, hunting contain.outfit of Standard Clothing Co. 29Jan(NICE FURNISHED ROOM two blocks I dencla street. i. ...,
rolbd In black oil cloth MEETING. A. G. FELL Pre .
teed. Careful solicited attention; satisfaction given guaran ladies'- ing pair rod, blankets, ducking boots. FOR SALE-- Several S head of mules from Palafox 899.St. 211 West Government FOR RENT.-To April 30, 1906 my 1 The annual meeting,,of the stockholders I J. L. SWEENEY. Sec. t- '

garments. Phone 1222. 3declm* pillow and! gun-, Supposed to have and horses all, In good condition. Phone' .Inquire 8 to 1%. furnished! cottage on the Bay Shore J I of the People's Bank of Pen. -5-- C

been droppad from dray between my Consumers Ice and Fuel Co. 17dec forenoon. 2ldeclm5FURNIShED at Hickory Station (dummy line). Gus sacola. will be held at its banking W.O.v1. .
SI wharf. Return -+-- 9 190, Live Oak Camp No. 1. W. '). W..
Palafox SOdeclis on Tuesday. January I
residence .and Eitzen- f rooms
rceive'reward.,, J. Harris PIer. FOR SALE-Four fine French piatsmirrors. ROOM on East Hili,I at one (1)) o'clock p. m. for the election meets In Pythian Hall 1st and 3rd
.. and 31dectf Apply No. 11' N. \Palafox with privilege,,of bath; convenientt FOR REST--Elegant two story storeroom ,t of a board of directors and for I Wednesdays in each month. Visiting j'j'I ,

pont. street '19QQT. car line; not too far to walk; prefer in new Star Laundry building. 1 the transaction of any other business sovereigns cordially}] I invited I

LOST?::bT"l i x-&tr t: between SALK-South half block '211; tsrty: or parties who:are permanently I E. lardeD !street Apply Walker In- that may: properly come. before the I!; F. A. BOJ3HICH, C. C.
with InItials fronting 400 feet on 13th street by Box:-52. City. Dee. 17.PA1K "
'seal ring, '
store, a plain gold FURNISHED COTTAGE onai E. W. MENEFEE.14decoaw4 t :
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7-4- lew Parki also -
I for return to 107% feet on Bay W. O. W. C, Oak Grove TIcC; t. \
W. M. 3!. Reward south half of block %1%. fronting 400 HOTEL. Opposite Plaza. Shore, on Dummr Wne. For particulars *. C3 hltr.Stockholde'ra ,
First National Bank.. 31daclwLOST. feet Bay Rooms with or without board. Short, Inquire J. R. Kellar.! Phcae 59, I Woodman: Circle! meets wt Thursday 1
St.by137 H on
feet on 14lh -30 2d floor
3
orders and regularmeals served in ISdec Meeting. of each month at p. m..
orP''O.I3Oll6'
.-Lady's ,gold watch with fob! View Park. The only property adjoin- cafe Rooms overtook bay. ISdec hereby given that the pthian Hall over Pou's stable on In. '
View Park that Is now' fof has storage room for Notice la '
BINQHAM
LFRMc; E S attached, engraved' on edge monogram ing Bay vl wAo tfce WANTED. Boarders at""li'iist 'Intendencia I A. :suitable foe furniture or other stockholders of The Journal ,Company tendencia street Visiting sovereign
M T. S on. face. Return to sale. The beautiful rent their' annual meeting cordially invited Mr*. W. A. Smith
Cornet and bayou and down the bay can_never be street: Rates reasonable. goods :}M and 10 South Tarragona will hold I Mrs. M. B. Olsen guardian. t"t"I
clerk ,
1 feiEcngLfiMt feias.Kant Au. E. H. Skinner of the at 103 i
.Krt a Strong and receive reward. 30dec,.obstructed. A. :V. Clubb38JQ::..Mr Brooks. Sdeclm St. "Phono30- SOnov in the office company

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11 _4 I If f I BIG CASE E EIN ARGUED -Cil. G 9.RAILROAD McMillan TURPENTINE Bros.STILlS' Co iAUSLEY:I 6 COMPANY, :



'pr Manufacturers, \ :

THE II. S. SOLOFORSUMOF MOBILE ALABAMA.MARKETS. :i S : COMMISSION BROKERS, i I It


[ : II WEST INTENDENCIA STREET, PENSACOLA, FIA.I i

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. COURTInvolves $$415,000, ___ .Naval Ga.. Jan.Stores.Savannah. 3.-The. naval I Private Wires H. Y., N. 0" and Chicago. i --

market closed today as follows:
stores ; ,,, : :
WW,., ... .. .. .. ..- .. .. ....0).95
c4c
I J $& Vf's .4 T WG.. ..: ._ ,; .. .. .... .. ..570 | COTIONSIOCKS{ GRAIN,PROVISIONS and BONDS \ .1.1i

Large Tracts of [Land in Was Bought in by Savannah Trust N., r-... .. '.... .... .... ..545M

.. .. :. .. .' .. .. .. .. .....* 95 for
and:Sold
Three Florida Coun' Company and Will be Operated K.. .. .; ,: ..-. .... .. ._...4I 45 | Bought ,on Margin or Investment.

'\ ...'. .... .... .... ..'. ....3 85
tt ties. the Same, I '\ Gives a keener enjoy- H.. .. ., .. ,.. .. .. :, ... ....3 65 Reference:, First National l and Peoples Banks. Phone 1173 !

G.. .. .. 9.. -.t .. .... ... ...3 60 .
ment to the pleasures of life. F...'. .:.. '..:. .... ...... ..3 57% ....s...e-t ) .... e o..i..e..........
::4 A case Involving the title to large 1 Tb3 Carrabelle, Ta'lahzesee and A that i E.-- .... ... .. ... ..3 5:> 0
high-class gin r
tracts Wakulla of land in Lon. Jefferson before and I Georgia Railway, owned principally: bj pure D.... .,:., .:..,. .... ...., .....3 50 :
L counties was argued experts C.-... .... .... -3 43
| Judge Charles Swayne in the United P. Williams was sold! :Monday by appreciate. ,

' State court )'e terotay. The case is 1'1. Master F. W. Marsh at Taila: ...:.-- Spirits' TurpentIne. (C5; cents. rIThe Dangers of FireAre

that of Raymond Cay vs. the Coast hassee, the purchaser .being the; Savannah ALL GOOD!) DEALERS SELL IT REPORTS
5 I AUSLVCO.'S 1-
Cypress and Railway Company and W. Trust Company and the pric;. Market. Always With Us.
P. Vareen and the property in litiga- !i.t-'erpool: C9tton
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tion is paid was $425,00() The sale was made CIGIl.an..hb has
worth several hundred thou- "B&B" Atlanta Another"disastrous fire visited: our city.
sand do1l4lIS. on foreclosure of a mortgage.It ,...,..8036Wi
The property consists mostly oJ Is understood that the proceedings : cwfwOor reL.Msr..t: ; '; .;:.....................-t....- .II.W Is Your property..Protecte.d ?
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timber lands in these counties aaJ were for the purpose of, clearnc! i:! :Apni-taT\sv.-Apr.1---------------------------------....... .. .........\...............6to1f47311z.i
'** the matter has Men in litigation for the title to the road ac-j property, and -- ,'...,.i............................ft.I. Better get more fire insurance today.. We represent the
some time. A number of'prominent that rt will be conducted the same: .as 3@ ,...:.....,.,..........................1'.1 S best companies in the world. I
attorneys were in attendance at the .July-aognis ...:........................... d.. S f
N Copyright 1905 by session of the court yesterday and hereto'cre that Is und r "the contra: .. Aigzat-.c.uiibur l ..................... ....It..Vvt Insurance, Gen'i! Agts
argued for the plaintiff and defend- or the Georgia, Florida and Aalbams All kinds that want. 1w.-O""ober ............ ............... Kn'o'wles Bros
ii: Hart SchafFner & Marx ant. Among these were Judge Spencer read which is also controlled by J. P. Y311 O"r"kr-\olrtJntNr ................ ........... Fire, Life.. Pensacola: I
It. Atkinson Major W. W. Le- Williams. 'j Ncvrmbur-Dueembor ................. .....
Th r6's snap and style high Laney ana1 C, D. Cook, of Atlanta; It is stated that the road sold Moo- OAK AND PIN E Dvcoabvi-Ja 'nary ........ .........:......... :aBR --.--- _
; ; quality and worth i in every gar Colony Clark, of Monticello and Hon. day 'Is in a .most prosperous coalition L.k .ryooi biHits, L1d.le.10WJ. -
ment. Fred T. :Myers. They arrived in the and In fact is making: more money for t>. mtm ;::
t: Men's Suits, $10 to $25. city Tuesday nfght and Wednesday the stockholders now than atany., cheaper than you can buy PEN9
:, Youths' Suits $10 to 20. morning and .:will leave to-day for time for several: jears. -, it an>'where., Any size ycu- New York.. Cotton: Market. I n COLi

i their homes. Chamberlain's Ccaa'n! ; Remedy Absolutely want. Jail..S ,....Own 111J UicLow U.J 1UO Coio U.2J I g Iron Works and Supply Co.

The John, \While Store Harmless. 5bruMy.-.. ..... ..-... ...*. ..... : .
in Wear. The Original. The fault of giving childrtn nrdi-! i E.: G. SEWEll Marctt.. .0..........114 HO: .U.lS H.W I ;:Manufacturers and Repairers of 2
Specialists Men's Foley & Co. Chicago orlginatdHoney : .
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April.... ,..,. ..... : $ MACHINERY AND BOILERS ,
Phone 225. 505-507 S. Palafox and Tar asa throat and lung cine containing inJuriousubstances: Phone 614. May.. .0.\1" '..11.64 ._ 1175 11. .U: .....& .
I remedy anJ on account of the grat; is sometimes more disastrous: than tae Jo.ui....'..........:,.;'...- ....,. .....S11.531170 ...- I I.rl1i1 i ,FORGINGS, MILL, AND STEAMSHIP SUPPLIES t:
merit and popularity! o? Foley's Honey disease from which they are suffering. _... ....;.:.._1l.ro ,.... 11.SAugust. .'i STEAMSHIP. REPAIRS A SPECIALTY 2
and Tar' many imitations are offered Every motisr'should know that Cham .-.......... ..... .... ..... .... : Prompt attention given to all orders day or night Agentsfor
for the genuics. These worthUss ImItations berlain's Cough Remedy is perfectly ,.>>t.mbllr........!....... ..... -...'.Steady James McKay & CO.'B celebrated Log and Timber Dogs also i!
have similar sounding names. safe for children to take. It contains Safes! Safes! Safes! Octob.r.- ..... ..... ..... Chains of all descriptions.
'H eO.ffEE Beware of them. The genuine Foley's nothing harmful and for coughs colds NOYflD1btsr.......... .... ..... ..... ...;. Office Phone 123. PHil.. WITTMAN, Mgr., :
Honey and Tar is In a yellow pack- and croup is unsurpassed. For sale by Buy Die.bold.Safes! December.........:...... .'.._ .... .... fi. Residence P' one 1029. P. O. Box 123.tJXiJUXUXtXU };

age. Ask for it and refuse any substi-. all druggists. New-York Chicago Spots. Grain 11.8' Market %::%::%:$% %:: ;::%:: ::%::% %:: -ns:, % % % U
l. tute. W. A. D'Alemberte. druggist. Scarritt. Moreno
We the -
are Pioneer and Wheat. -- --, ---
4 Coffee Roasters of apothecary. | BOLD BAD GIRLIS Open Hljh' Low Close
Agent. May,_. 8SM 684 fcSJi t: 8834
? West Florida.McHUGH'S .July, :-WK! Wt 8.3 i 84 H No. 5603.
IN THE LEAD H. L, COVINQTON. President M. E. CLARK. Cashier, F

AN IMPORTANT .5 Corn. C. W. LAMAR. 'Vice-President. JNO. PFEIFFER. Asst. Cashier.
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BLENDShave Chicago By Associated 3.The Press. is SHIPPINGNESArived. May...........Open 44% High 4434 Low u% Close.443.4 THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK
Jan. bad boy
Jaly_.<4Ji 44*i "?i <*\.1
disappearing; the bold girl is takinghis -
place according to William La I OF PENSACOLA, FLA.
} no equal. A trial MEETING OFCOUNCIL New York Stock. Market.
Monte, for five ytars clerk of the
Close OF UNITED
Open DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY STATES
j will convince the connoisseur juvenile court who spoke before the Southern Pacific.r..- W7. M

that Social Economics Club yesterday Calumet Am sch, Guptol, 1094, Baltimore Copper.,... 108H 107W Capital Stock. $200,000 Surplus $40,000 a
we "During the first six months following xrtic'rQxtfS
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to ,order.J". _A.. g.E------------------------ ISO 15H' D
make the establishment of the Juvenile Atch...,........:............ SI1 Vl S. J. Foshee. 2"
no extravagant court," declared! the speaker, 'only Cleared. .A..B.:............ ............ 187ii 166Y. .Henry L. Covington. A. **. Avery, .
claims. six delinquent girls were' brought, be- Heinfold Ger as:; Sanders, 1578,. for B.BTBrla. ........................ !, J. kS. Pl e uer. W. H. MIlton, Jr..
fore the bar. The year before last th, Rotterdam, with}?l,451,06i( s ft lumber ao: .........................UII. 11il3 Bryan Dunwody o E. Maura, ,
number increased to 384- and it is Provincia French ss, Constad, 2246, "............................ 4834 Prank leilly, W. L. cawtnon.
3 Wholesale and RetailGROCERS growing cOl1:>tantly. I believe when for New Orleans, with 300 square bales O.F.I ........................ 664u.s.preterred '. W. S. Rosasco. .I -' C. A. O'Neal.
Will Be HeIdTo-Nightto ConsiderOrdinance the totals are made for.the year the cotton, 1,813 tbns phosphate rock U. S.-.........,............... 106s C,1! C l T. F. McGourin. .; ..$.. Dr. W. J. Hannah: .' ,

number will be found to reach. nearly 1,390 bbls rosin.-, OOOO pes staves. F.'Ii:. B wner. S McKenzie Oertia& '. '
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For Sale of Improvement DC. .......... C "
600. You tee we all ought to work Sailed. L.1(............,........... 15334 15234: C. W. Lamar Alex McGowln, t
Bonds.An day and night to create a public sentiment -I Heinf ld. Ger.S,' for Rotterdam.PORT. Lead..........:.............. 83 82JW4 < J.. R. Sauaders C. :M. Covington.. t t,
which will cause the extinctionof 10)
and all kinds of Feed those infamous dance halls in I VSELIN& )Met{.P..l.......::.................. J2S'M! : > Accounts of Banks 'Individuals, Corporal'ons! and Firms Soilcted. .-
Stuffs. important meeting of the City which nearly all those girls started on Can::Fao....... .............. Four per cent..,Interest paid on Time Deposits.WM. .
Council will be held tonight, conven- their downward career I SteamshIps.An.tiqua NYC: ....;....!............... 1iOP.O. ioo .
ing at 7 o'clock and it 1 is expected that "At the state refuge at Geneva. Br css ':Witten 1875, Vera :.......................... 10 ----- L
the notices which have been served every room Is full; In -nearly' every : Cruz to master S : <......................... lC" ua1R'D' -

.f Pluto Water effect upon of the!bringing councilman out every will member.have the room there are cots' to accommodatethe I August Belmont/Br ss. 2967, Savannah SLt.S..S;I.-....................... 180.*:WJ' 181'237.{ H. KNOWLES, President. W. K. HYER. JR., V..Pres. and Cashia

The meetlcg: is a special one and is overflow. It is impossible to build to Gulf Transit Company. .............. 31 '. THOS. W. BRENT.' Asst. Cashier. W. N. ROBERTS. Asst. Cashi r.
ordi- cottages fast enough to meet the in. I Cayo Bonto Br'ss. Wldfeery 2213. !S 1'.O.L.-.n..t..................... I::>> 231Pemis :
considering
for ths. purpose-of an crease." London to Gulf Transit Co. ', ........a................ 1133.4, 14314
will introduced, relatIng -
which be
I f Wholesale and Retail. nance issuance and sale II Chatburn, Br ss.. Morse, 1225 'Huelva p. .- 18 :C"/
to the engraving. .
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Boxing Match Postponed.San to Gulf Transit Company.
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of improvement bonds of the city,also Francisco Jan. 3.-The boxing I Exmoor, Br .ss. Stonehouse. 2293.. Aut'ey' & Co.'. -Daily Cotton Letter.

;: ,New Orleans Grocery Co. to consU the building which ordinace and before contest between Willis Lewis of New I Bahia Blanc to order. New York, Jan. 3.-Liverpool has First National Bank
other ordinances may come -
York and Wilh* Fitzgerald' of Brook. Gamma Dutch ... Teensama. 1335, not been known to do as she was expected
the 'meeting. ln, originally scheduled to take place West Hartlepool: to order. a single day In the past two
Jas. McHugh It is understood that the bond mat- on January 10 at Coljna, has been post Good Hope Br ss, Harding. 2308*, months. There seems to be a remark. .
ter Is now :Jn such shape that the council until the night of 12. Cardiff to Gulf ,Tpansdt Company.Ida .
poned January : able. apathy In the English market .of Pensacola Fla
and bond trustees can proceed ,
Phone 1O5.Proprietor. Span ss, Arano 2160, Liverpool
under the
without further delay, and the ordinance present. conditions that Is
----- -- to Gulf Transit Co.
of tonight will be for the surprising to say the least. Futures
pur- Marie Ger ss, Schoeder, 891 West
pose of giving authority to proceed NOTICE Hartlepooi to Pensacola Lumber Com there were i' educed 2 to 3 points whim F. C.. Brent W. A. Blount Win H Knowles
with the work ., pany. spots were. only advanced 2 points DIRECTORS. ,

;, Morris Dannheisser The Woolley Sanatorium,the only institute Nyaasa.; Br ss, Baker, 1786, Vera. lish when an advance of at hast 5 Eng W. K.. Hycr, Jr.. D.. G.. Brent..
points was looked for In both.
Stomach Troubles and Constipation.. Cru to F. O. Howe, Company.
(Formerly Dannheisser Bros.) in the United States where the Our market opened practically unchanged 5
"Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver
Provincia French ss. Courtode,
-,, Pure Old Rye and Bourbon, Fine Tablets are the best thing for stomach Opium, Cocaine and Wlskey habits 2245 Marseilles to Gulf ,Transit Co; but when the weather map

Wines. Beer and Tobacco. troubles and constipation I have ever can with be so much cured ease without for the exposure patient Only and Quarry
Old Hickory'Whiskey Specialty sold," says J. R- Cull man. a druggist 30 days'! time required. Describe Buenos Ayres toGuIf Transit Co: almost every'section of the cotton belt
4 of PotterviUe. Mich. They are easy and I will Queen"Christina, Br 65, Brake 2804 prices began to advance until an ad. -
12 case write an S
W. Zarragossa Street, jour you 14
vance of 15 in the
points was scored
take always give satisfaction. Hamburg to order.
to an-I
'_ to what I !
opinion as
> A. can accomplishfor
.i PENSCAC FLORIDA. I tell my customers to try them and If Ask fhips.- early trading:. The movement to ports We draw our own Bills of ExVessels disbursed? upo the most

=- not satisfactory to core back and get to investigate.you. : Dr.you B.family M. Woolley"physician 104 Avon Ital Ebp,4A.vegno! ,"1601 Genoato a? .well as'the Interior, movement has change on Great Britain, Ireland, Favorable Terms, and 'their obligations !-

their money, but have never had a N. Pryor Street. Atlanta, Ga. Rosasco Bros. .... fallen ',off heavily in the past week, Germany' France, Austria, Italy,, taken pay.pie at Port of
complaint. "For sale by all druggists. showing conclusively that the farmersare Holland, Spam, Belgium, Russia
Ruby Nor rlkson
ship 1333. London and Destination Ten Days After Vessel
Sweden, Denmark,
holding: their cotton or that there Norway,
to Southern States Lumber Co.
I 1H.: ANTELOPE. isn't,:much lift to market. We are inclined other European countries. Arrives there. ,
S Baraw. to'think both Is the case. We
Armenia., Nor bk. Nielson. 1168. do not think from the reports received -
WE WANT Ill Two White Patches That Act asa
Signal Code. Treen to McKenzie Oerting & Co. over our private wires in the past Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent, in Connection with which: we
Bauffsbire. Ital bk, Marchese. 88S, two, weeks that Mr. Jordan could
Visitors to the circus and menagerie Genoa-to master. crape ,up' a million and a half balestoholdto hayc'a'Priyatc Department. for the use of Renters..
have noticed the two white patches on
.Edna M. Smith, Br bk Rice 73C save his life let alone three
antelope!'! Those spots are a signal Leith to order.Numberg .. million which he was 'expected to tie

EV.ERYB'ODYTO which can be read by the animals Nor bk, Birkson, 1107 up. The disturbing( element seems to
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which have noses to smell. Even animals Chnstiansand to A. Zelius. be. the actual. amount held back and Savings Department-interest Paid on Deposits at
whose sense' of smell has been Paolino Ital bk, Lairaqua, 1286. the New York bear pool headed by '
lost can read the'message which the Rotterdam Rosasco Bros. Mr. Price who persist In selling the rate of 4 per cent per annum.

antelope gives to warn his friends of L'5 O Provldenza Ital bk, Olcese. 1185, market.on every-advance. Mr. Price
; Genoa to master. .. .
1" rather '
danger. has been inconsistent In his : -
KNOW{ Pruno, Ital bk,5Gibelli... 1212. Art- operations, flooding the whole south
The hairs on these patches..are long, TtleNew to order
werp, with bear literature, advising U HILTON URKEN 1'ZZSIDSST. T. S. WkLLKS.YlCZ'PftlflDIXT.
white and ordinarily point downward. Soars da Costa, Port bk. Marnato. everyone B.H.JSCIHKI! 'AIsmzP5 lANSJ'lKW MORKMO.Am.Ca.slIC
Among the roots of the hair is a gland 604. Rio Janerio to H. Baars &, Co. to sell Ihrir cotton and to sell
which secretes a strong musk. Under IdeaHOSIERY l Schooners. short also but for some reason whenit Citizens National Bank,
and evident that legitimate conditionn
about our Clothing '
neath the BKin at this point is a broadsheet D. H. Rivers, Am sch, Peck, 963, of PtnsacoiA. Florid
Furnishing for men and S force the riee upward, Mr. Pried
I In .
of muscles which have the Guantanamo ::iz-atza..
powerto
to order. .
boys-want them to know covers all his short contracts and Informs
\\l raise these hairs so that they stand GeaW YTrlRbt. Morris i53ar. T. R. Weih l!
from actual experience the trusting public who have followed Rlz it.RoVIoion, L.flubs Grrea.
out at all angles like the petals of a Pensacola Lodge, No. 42, F. &. A. M.A .
h this
: how much further their !m of fact after it Is all A UENERM. B\NK1NG BUSINESS TRANSACTED.
dollars will go here at huge white chrysanthemum. When an There will be a regular communication over leaving them to "hold the bag'Sas
this cash store than elsewhere antelope sees danger this muscle acts : and installation of it were.
and the patch flashes out like snow. In officers tonight Thursday,at Wan'street ha
: under the old credit Long W ? bought heavily all
: system. Our men's the middle/ of each is a dark brown ark' cordially 7:30 United p. m. Visiting brothers' during tin present season and would e. ..++.*.d$O..... >...t.&. +.... ...........O......

FI Suits are new,. nobby and sPOt. the musk gland, which frees a No Tear, .i', BRUCE S. WEEKS. undoubted/! do so now were it not, f J. S. REESE, President. E. W. MENEFEE. Cashier.

rtylishand we believe our great quantity of the musk which can Four PirThat's ( : C. McK. OERTING.; .. W.; .M.: for the. stringency In the money ma-. X: B.. M. CArt!. Vlce-Presldent. ;i[
: ?1000 "and $1 .50 Suits be : will "shade" any suit distance by another antelope.; Even Why. ,'_ v Secretary. straighted out: and once Wall street: THE PEOPLE'S BANK OF PENSACOLA. :i

,'ou ever saw at J250 man can distinguish this danger signal 'H. .>>t"f! gets back.into the game look out for Director*-U J. RtcvcsJ. S. Reese, W. DeC. Kessler.I R. M. Car)', {.,
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above thes9 prices. You a pyroteenlc display: in the cotton market S X
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; for some yards. "rtc T. A. Jennings.
might just as well save The antelope has five different sets For Men and TERSELY! TOLD if that unll make, the sensational ad.'t TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANkING'> BUSINESS. J
this two fifty; -goo J to you. of glands each giving forth different Boys 'BUSINESS LOCALS,. 4 vaace to 18.1Ra, couple of years back: ,- TOUR ACCOUNT IS RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED .
,. as anjbody.H ,kind of musk for use in its daily life as bush with! shame. Once the specu. ..................................... .o.e.te...
M "' "H .""""", liter ad the public get into the har.
F of jetting or giving intelli 3 50 cents
( a means for -- ness together:no power on earth cal
gence. The two'in the middle of each McKinzie Oertlng Co.. wholesale' stop the upward rush to the 20 cn1

rump patch'bas been explained, but .\ and retail ship chani'ers and,grocers mart Witit: the world's consumption
the purposes of the others hare not yet Sole Agents the only first-class house of the kind of American<>tton way above the 12,' .

F. 0 ANSON been fully nr
,1VL. ck: ,. o. east will ba enormous for the finished L VThoI.Mla and Retail Dealer iDSteamDomesticf.Anthracite
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Bar Plum Pr Collars d ea<< C. V. THOMPSON ha Just opened afresh article. ,, the havoc of the boll weevil ;
CASH CLOTHIER Bar pins in sets of three for "collar line of teautiful box papers; in ther'western belt reducing the out: : COAL

; 4 I and cuffs are much in ase. A bar of CLOTHING STORE suitable for Christmas presents. Also put from that section in spite of al ,and ,Blacksmith

: green tounnxQaes baa cluster* of three crepe papers. Passepartout picfurs. the increase ty acreage. who.shall sa)r Offle*- -No. '.3-.gouta\ PaJafaj street. Telephone, $3.r .
Corner Palifoi and Mala pearla at the top bottom and<< at _ch binding, purses, ''Christmas* cards, etc' : cotton ii-not.again in her old. place o:r Yard corner_Tarragona and Gonzalez sfetts. Phones 6 and 372M I

!P4. ,Phone 1155.' 'StUfox... Wdec. :: T 1 5.' of all ,, reductz.tj BH BMMMMM HMraHB H H El H H BlDB M H

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