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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 5, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
daily (except monday)[ former <1900-1905>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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Oath Administered to -- .j
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r-fro Wisconsin Before *% "SAPPHO"---PROHIBITED.:.". AND POWER CURRENCY REFORM' AN I Men of Nakomis Faced Death in

Crowd. By Associated Press. *:
Large f: Spritfgfield Mass Jan. 4.rJ I -
ABSOLUTE NECESSITYi Awful Forms During Six Days
'* Major Dickinson to-day protf I .

of hibited the 'performance of : i, -

SENATOR SPOONER "Sappho" by ofga Nethjrsole ain Responsible f for Crookedness in SCHIFF v YORK CHAMBER' OF and Nights Small Boat on
*r,' this city .next. Monday evens r ,,. I IN' ADDRESS. BEFORE NEW

Ing. COMMERCE, PREDICTS PANIC UNLESS PLAN IS AT
I i. The matter was referred toO *:; Management of Insurance Storm Tossed Gulf.

[ ; the ma'Orr a prominent minister *,I ONCE DEVISED;;FOR ,A MORE ELASTIC CURRENCY. \

Escorted l Lafolette to, Desk of the t3 an educator and the sec4E f i Companies.: -

,i' rotary of the Y. M. ,C. A. who & By Associated Press the, country to see the money market I

Vice-President *. reported it was their opinion fcV I I -- .New York..Jan. '4.-In a speech) bv i in the condition It has been for the TWENTY-ONE

I I? that the vIa would be off en.r s4 NO RESTRICTIVE MEASURES CAN fore the Chamber of Commerce to-day ,; last sixty Hays: I

; awe to the good, morals of the .;I Jacob H S'hiff. head of the" banking "If this condition is not changed,"t CASTUPONBEA-CH

PASSED TO I,itcity.. tf INSURE HONESTY OF ADMINISTRATION firm of Kuhn, "Loeb & Co.,. declared I said Mr. SchilT 'there will be a panic
hOUSE RESOLUTION{ i :r Misa Nethersole will substic that unless something: was done for'! in this country: with which previous I MINERS DEADI

INQUIRE INTO ALLEGED ABUSEOF & tute "Ma&da" for the pros rU- 'AND ENFORCE currency form there would ba apanic : ones will seem like mere phi' )'. If the,

ed plaj. ?:o ECONOMY, IS OPINION OF NEW In this country HeNsaid he re-{ president woull put his,energy to this
FRANKING PRIVILEGE- I* ; garded the' 'ne?d of a' More elastic i question as h* has done with the rail-I EARlY SUNDAY

CAUSE OF FILIPINO ARGUED YORK CHAMBER'OF COMMERCE. currency of prime Importance, but road question: it would be commend-
Man in West Virginia Mine
would not favor the plan(outlined by, able." I i Every s

SEVERAL HOURS- STATEHOOD Secretary Shaw for emergency circu-' Mr. Schlff add: he did not regard '
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By Associated Press. '1 lation." :,.;. II(f such panic as imminent: but believe; Jet Instant Death in -

BILL TO PASS WEDNESDAY. STUBBORN riGHT New York, Jan. 4.Publicity is the Mr.. Schtff sad! he favo's'a circulation -''it, would com unless something was MORNING

: based on. c commercial\ t>er which I done to remedy the lack of elasticity I Explosion.
only weapon which can be successfully might be :,sews through'the" clearing, of the present currency sj'stem. i iI F

Bv Associated Press. used to combat the "spirit of houses. Secretary Sbaw'e plan, hfetnou I The speech Created a sensation in )

Washington, Jan. 4.Aft r waiting sordid commercialism which has' ;ht,. would facilitate! circulation" financial circles and caused a sharp, By Associated Presa. I

ATPUEHTO clouaed( the, judgement of those who rather than legitimate ,business. l i Roanoke, Va., Jan. 4.Twentyonecoal A PITIABLE SIGHT
almost aear Robert M. Lafol tte ex-change. :
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have been custodians of large-and Im I II miners and three mine mule :
appeared in the Senate when it reconvened I
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portant trusts causing; them to depart were killed an explosion at noon
to-day after the holidays totem to-day In the Coaldale Coal Company'sshaft I
from the well trodden paths of I ,
) his sat as senator from Wisconsin rectitude and high honor which heretofore j' ,Dollars ,I at Coaldale, W, Va. Only one Hands and Feet Swollen and I
PlATA ,
body' has been taken out. It is believed -
and the oath of office was ad- characterized our merchantsand
ninlsterea! to him by Vice-President brokers," as, revealed by the recent Poach that every man 'In the mine Bodies Coveted With Boils.
insurance investigation, according n.et instant c<{>ath.
Fairbanks. The wit. .
ceremony was f
to the submitted at .1
report a regular -

ceased Much by interest a crowded was gallerj taken in the Insurgent Forces of f Morales Signally of meeting Commerce of the.to-dav.New York Chamber -I By Associated 'prel&.' j f Columbia S.. C,, and arrived in Washington -! ASKS MILEAGE( FOR CAPTAIN OF WRECKED VESSEL
proceedings because of the morning. The
fact that The report ,was made by Anton A. Washington, Jan. 4,It d eloped I on Sunday;
\fr. Lafolette was escorted into the Adams Express Company then sentIt SOBBED LIKE A CHILD WHILE f
Defeated-General Ravan chairman of the Chamber'o to-day: that. about $18 OQO- was taken: RETIRED OFFICERSBy
chamber and to the vicepresid nt's to New York, and'there the loss was I I
C'cmmittee Insurance to which had RELATING STORY OF TERRIBLE
6l"sk! bj Mr. Spooner. between whom on I from an express pouch between: Atlan-! Discovered.. Officials of the express

and Mr Lafolette there has been ot ROdrguesKilled., I bean that in referred the opinion a. resolution of the declaring Chamberaddtfonal'Iegislatlon ta and New 'York. The Southern Express -, companies: ar9' making: an investigation Associated Press. SUFFERING OF HIMSELF AND ,

recent years a difference of opinionis Company received the packageat but nothing bas jet been foundto + a
to party and public policies I was necessaryto I Augusta,. From there it west to, inalcate who took the money. Washington: Jan. 4.-The secretaryof COMPANIONS-VESSEL, TURNED .b,
amounting to personal antagonism. By Associated Press. a proper regulation of lice insurance 'I I. I war to-day sent to the speaker of

either senator displayed trace Cape Hayden:, Haytl, Jan. 4.-Following companies and kindred organiza-, the house a letter asking that congress TURTLE AND MEN FINALLY
any the attack made January 2 on; tions. This committee has concludedthat so amend the law prohibiting .r
cf such feeling to I
lay
Puerto Plata, on the northern coast no restrictive lee slatfon can In\Expects Russia to Repudiate retired officers above the 'grade of REACHED SHORE NEAR ST. AN

TO INVESTIGATE THEFRANKING or Santo Domingo, by Ger3nal; Jerne'I sure honesty :of administration and. ., .. major, receiving any pay or' allowance ,DREW'S BAY.horrible I

PRIVILEGE trio Rodriguez commanding the troops enforce economy. I Statement of beyond their full retired pay, as to
of the General' "The very atmosphere of'our com- Rojestvensky
fugitive president, permit the officer p.rformI J= the militia -
Morales which resulted in the repulseof mercial life has become impregnatedwith I I
inspections under the orders of the
Washington Jan. 4 More than thee '
the Morales forces by,the Carceres an undue desire for wealth ana I A story of shipwreck suffering -
to obtain for
"eige> attendance of members of the report. "To attain By Associated Press. Petersburg jester.Jay, that the British war department mileage
garrison after J sharp fighting the Ca power says i the reimbursement of their traveling human endurance and a terri-
the House were in their places when ceres troops commanded by General I tl>ese ends apparently no ,means-have ondon, J&n' 4.;-It' wasXlearned: at 11 et' la far:,east#rn waters intend- I I iI
the : Th comptroller of the fid battle with, the elements wasbrought
House met for the first time after xpenses
Morales I teen laft unemployed Attempts /oieiQ-ofice, : ,to-dayjiuuc Great: ed-to cru h t'l1Q..nnulnl\'in caaI- the; I '
Cesped, attacked .the& troops
'r the holidays. :yesterday in their position outside I have been often made to Influence Britain anticipates that .Russia will Japanese failed to do' SO'in the battleof : treasury letdered 'an opinion that'!I to the!, city yesterday 'when .
A resolution was introduced by of Admiral of mileage is an allowance "within the, Captain R. B.: Bodden and six mem
made the
Puerto Plata Stubborn fighting followed legislation and large sums moneyhave repudiate the statement by thesea Japanrhlch foreign, '
fiei/resentatlve/ Sims (Tenn.) to In- I' during which many men were been used to that err,'!" Rojestvensky in a letter, pub-! office dec'arcb! is absolutely. unfounded -' meaning cf the ,act of congress prohibiting bers of the crew of tbs American ; ., ;

Te/tigate is to whether or not mem I killed or wounded on' both sides resulting lish*d in the Novoe Vremja in St. ," allowance to these schooner Nokomis arrived in the afternoon 't
ws of the House were abusing theffcaXing Cotton Leak Case. a whereas the department does om.cerS''j
in defeat of the Morales .
i the I on the Mary Esther mall .
privilege by sending: such Bard mileage as an
the Utica N. Y.. Jan. Frederick A. -
forces, who dispersed by
!Wings as cons, farm animals, libra Caceres were Peckham, implicated in Qotton leak I John_ Atkinson Dead. 'J: Jose Olaverri' Floated. erlj, so caikJr. but merely a reimburse'I
ties; and kitcben utensils free through ;, troops < Jan. 4. John II -'Jmf srhooner-.I ment of money expensed from the pay boat.The ociOCK
Among the killed, was General De- leports. appeared before Federal j Wheeling W. Va.; Savannah Jan. ; I schooner capsized at 4 ; .
the mails metrio Rodriguez, former governor of Uudge Ray on a writ of habeas corpus Atkinson, the last member of Virginia's Jose OlavprrI, which' has ,been ashore I of an officer in meeting Sis traveling ,, Christmas morning and turned turtletwo i"
The Republican leader Mr. Payne Monte who as reported In The District Attorney moveat: for .the'! 'delegation to the first Repubbran for some time near Quarantine was expenses. I I I. with mall c
Christi days later, and only a
(New York) said it was Imagination, Christi had announced that if dismissal of the writ. Judge Ray. nominating convention in 18o, floated yesterday with the aid of tug' I I Jay reason of the comptroller's decision -'
Monte yawl boat with nothing to eat or
tat the resolution was agreed to. his attack on Puerto Plata was successful granted the motion. Bail was fixed.j died last evening at his horn3 In New and came to the,city. She is reported says the secretary;, the department drink but seven fma.1cans of canned
I
at $12,000 and was furnished I t Cumberland. undamaged. has been deprived of the ser-I;
himself :
a
CAUSE OF FILIPINO he would proclaim I II II beef ana1 one gallon of water soaked ,
vices of reiiied officers in making in-
candidate for the presidency of Santo |;to the skin with salt water and near-
ADVOCATED IN HOUSE spections under the now militia law
Domingo' t perishing from cold and exhaustion -
I, I to'!
Puerto Plata almost as It would be Manifestly unjust battled
of are the and
The streets captain crew
Washington, Jan 4.-The of| -.
cause stores closed -- '" '" require wese officers to pay their own and with the
tit- deserted the are ..... ,.. I for six long days nights
Filipino was advocated for four : ._ "- -' - traveling expenses: out of their own
'a standstUlThe wash-
lours and business Is at - '- ,- elements until they were finally
to-day by the Republican floor II Dominican exiles, who have pockets anl as matters stanJ there j I II ed up on the beach about 110'miles

Yorks.'leader of the House. :Mr Payne (New been authorized by the Morales party ;::: Is no way In which they could be re- i east of Pensaoola and 15 tnll s below
) He views of
presented the to return to Santo Domingo, are landing H II imbursed. St. Andrews about 4:30 Sunday morning g
11 majority of the Ways and Means I at Monte Christi not far from I. I '
Committee on the Philippine tariff 1 l
Plata.
k'H: reducing the duties on sugar and Puerto WEDDING BELLS Presented Pitable Sight.

ttbacco to 25 per cent of the Dingley Won' t When they reached Pensacola yesterday A
Cespedes a Victory. j
tariff rates ana? admitting other they presented a. pitiable sight.
New York, Jan. 4.Pablo Fiallo, AT DeFUNIAK
products of the Islands to the United Santo Domingo in Their hands and 'feet were swollen r
Consul General of
States free of duty There is everyinacation from the cold ans' saJ. water and their t
he had
of a hot debate on the"sub. I New York last night saint just' I uT14 bodies were covered with boils from e(

jest as the cane and sugar beet inter. received"Three the days following battle at telegram Puerto:Plata i' H MISS CLARA BRUCE AND the salt water poisoning. One of the '

tits of this country will be bitterly Rodriguez killed, Many Mr.'j men wag in such a condition that the
opposed<< to the measure Deraetno 'fr GEO. BERNATHY JOINED United States Shipping! Commissioner C
General Cespedes
wounded.
dead and ordered him sent to the hospital for r

MINT: STATEHOOD BILL hero of the 'victory.MIDDLEWEIGHT. WEDLOCK LAST NIGHT. treatment and all plainly showed the r r

TO BE PASSED WEDNESDAY I f terrible experience through which

they had passed.

Washington. Jan. 4.The joint Rs Special to The Journal. .. Sobbed Like a Child,

statehood oil! will probably be favor- De Funiak. Jan. 4.Miss Clara t :
Captain Doduen was seen by a ;
tbb reported to the House next Mont CHAMPIONSHIP -s >\ Bruce and Mr, George Absrnathy were' Journal representative immediately ,}, '
) or Tuesday and unless present ar- married: this evening at the Hotel 's'. '
fter his arrival and he recounted the
nns l"m'nts" are t"hnngE'dIll be tarred T:13tE. !' Chautauqua, the home of the bride, awful details. of his awful experience.As : t
on \Vertiesdav The bill to be re By Associated Press. by Rev. F. L. Higdon. in the presence of tbe most horrible feature .

toned by the committee wall provide Chicago. Jn4.-A dispatch lo the, a t tr j jpf cf one of the largest; audiences that:' were some described the bronzed and :*
Iff the admission of Oklahoma and rIF f fj ..' of the kind Li1 l
!tilan! ; Tribune from Butte, McnU, says ever atten d anything ] sturdy son of the sea covered his face 'I"
Territory as one state and '! Tommy Ryan and Tommy Burns i -a1 De Funiak. I with his hands and sobbed like a .

sex Mexico and Arizona as another., will fight for the middle-weightfcham' ., t The bride wore a r! ;)wn of white: ;, child, the very recollection of his ,suffering ,
I: will differ from the bill defeated bj:i pionship title early,in February before ii 7t crepe an I lice bertha and walked in- completely ,unnerving hint. ,
tie senate at the last session In that I II An- .to the beautifully! decorated parlo:' John .
I t the Paeifte Athlete: Club of Los i t ,I f The vessel was owned by
nil not carry the Gallinger stones i I t0 L i leaning on the arm (.f her father, :
[: geles according to an .announcementmade i 1 (0l Christie, Thos Johnson and Arthur
a '
t'txihibition amendment. The names,i, last night by Manager Curly,i GflrG oRD : \ i where the groom stood awaiting her I Jchnson of Pensacola and left Gulf ,. ,
the new states will be Oklahoma : The, Wagner w=dding march arranged ,
acting for Ryan, and Marvin Hart. .. port for Cardenas with a cargo of ,
end
Arizona. in the city Ryan says: : by David Davis of Cincinnati i iI 260,000 feet of lumber I>ec.. 23. Thecrapttin's '
who now
are / I for this occasion! was beau
especially written 't
; 158 pounds at 3 o'clock. : story as partially
will at I
he fight
BIG j tifully played by Miss Clara Rand Ma ', and partially dictated: for The Jour. ;'
BOSTON BANK gulrt as the ride= ape down tbe': pal's 'representative was as follows: ,:
long hallway that leads: to the par'/i,
KILLED j
'TORMADO The Captain's Story. ,
1 The bride carried *hlte carnations
GOES TO THE WALL |nor so: did the maid of honor Msj! j "We l!ft Gulfport at 2:30 p. m. Sat :

TWO BOYS AT TROY ,.Mary }1'Klnnon. who wore soft white t! urdax Dec 25, for Cuba with quite ,a

-- I Il+lrr i'tI filk with pont: lace and bertha. Thee, strong north wind blowing. Before
By Associated Press. I. II I IIIIIt rl uaid of honor preceded the bride and; leavjns( Gulfport the vessel was foundto
Poiton. Jan 4 An injunction re : taking no water Ar"vin -
Associated Press. I father the parlor. b* tight an-a;
By I hT to.
t'h'.nint: the Provhent Securities ;, struck 6r ; < at the sea buoy the pump ;
the 5
the ceremony
tornado After young
Ala. Jan 4.A : '
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1M Banking Co., of this city from doE -, Troy, I tried again but'Ib re was: nowater
Were
of Josie Beat yesterday cople received the congratulationsof '
!to further the school house ; of after fifteen ,
business was petitioned to speak
killed DJ their friends and the crowd
were Tnapj
for and two boys ra
this afternoon in the :\Massachnf I v strokes. At sundown( the breeze! com' I
'falling' timbers Their names are Aent>'to the spacious! dining room -
s Supreme Court by the Stata / y i&encei: to freshen up bringing on ,
Fourteen : refreshments were
delightful
and Aaron Leo. :where j
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PJttman
Fatlnn Albert
shorten
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Bank Commissioners A tern- seriously injured 5 bountifully served i quit> a sea which caused us to
other pupils'wer4 '
por '
ry injunction was granted. "" Gall.
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The company U organized under I \ ; I "At ten clock that night a small ) C--

tile laws of South Dakota and has an .RATH BONE LODGE NO. 30, I leak started and both pumps were

:SB'horiied' capital of $1,500.000It DISABLED VESSEL f : ah l r 1f+ K. OF P, 'INSTALLS. OFFICERS put going. The water commenced to ,

tan about eight thousand nine hun- t .gain at about 11 o'clock and Sunday
arM depositors with an average d?- t '. ". A largely; attended meeting Ralh-i morning by 8 o'clock there was five
**It of about twenty dollars each TOWED INTO PORT p II bone Lodge No 20, Knig"Jta cf Pythias' feet of water In the hold

.be commissioner's allege: the com- was belt last night in the Casts: HalIwhen We hen start tl to throw off our

fifty Is unable to meet obligations the offices elected a-ecentlfwere deck load to 1'rtten! the vessel tyoamt

By Associated Press. duly Installed Past Grand Chan., n beinrc' left to attend to the
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Fatal Landslide. San mi-tee Jan 4The pacific: ..r@ : ', ,.' cdlor T. E. Welles preefding and conducting pumps. Th!' sea BBS. very heavy at

Richmond Steamship Oo.nDany'ssteanerCftY: ., : : ,, r, the installation! ceremonies this time and we put the vessel be-
Va flan 4.-On account) 4 : to keep her ,
order
to : In
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this city .. enthusiasticone fore the wind r
I)r Pcebla. whkh runs from The meeting was an
landslide oc < all
heavy rains a into Considering
round port: was fowegI and following it was a receptionand as easy as possible.
Western Puget: ,.forevery
C
nothing
South and
? ?. it availed
't&m
"llro ''l. in process of construction 'port Unlay by tbeschooner'Chahakeand : ,; Re-I, NOW IS THE TIME WHBN THE CONGRESSIONAL, RECORD EDITOR GETS..BUSY. ;, xY ,' banquet which was enjoyeJ not that was time the vessel was sounded It
: bone .
rear Ward.The the members of Rat
the steamer ,only by
bra pine and fatally lUa'ie. N. C, killing two others.three lief stood by (to render .wjj ) .*6.1//! N. a-AtTER '.tEADING THE'RECORD WK'THINK THE ABOVE G1VE3 A ?FA JR INDICATION_ OP Lodge, but also by members of other ,
Injuring and Continued on Fo; rtk Pap.)
Th'e ofte byndr ; : anti'ialting brethren. ( ,.
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J wxliog of the deadmened have keen .1JecCSSIi-Y. I'e..a fe. I CONGRESS AT WORK., 4 : ;ef lodges r.
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It INTERNATmN T E. R I L 1 VS Get S Rid A. OSTON. '" .. :OCEM LIHIN-IEUYEO.,. iBARNACLES' A.Q' ,'.*ER.i'of" sJili,Prole..to mlti;.!' ,Ita RAPE.< ,Oullt, j{V

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of Scrofula Jr Told by Thelf>Dre... iO1d

\ ,IMPEDED HER f.R0-'l\ "Professional men do some things

: Bunches eruptions Inflammations! 1Or :V V GRfess'AlROSSTHE j !better ,than they used-to," droned an.

ness of the eyelids! and ears diseases of'the lANDMARK .. ". ... i attorney who doesn't practice if.be: can
IIV EXPOSITION bones rickets dyspepsia; catarrh wasting ATLANTIC. 1 help! It"That '
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are only some of the troubles it causes. '" 4r"*. ;. f !Is." he went on to explain
It is Very active evil moving hnoc'of ---- V 1, "professional men don't do some things
the whole system. This wa timl excuse recently given and think th. I
they once did. I .they're QuaKer
'liner
by the ofticersi big ocean

ii AT TAMPA Hood'sSarsaparillaEradicates History of Famous,Old Elm Destroyed days waiea overd:1e.Th reached: "her a power destination'was three I! better was: growing for It. There'op. when was they a'time dve.rifsf4 whenI -

there.f their,uctlling by .jBeajjs.,ot their _
It, cures,al] its manifestations; by th 'Wind. but her progress ,was retarded' '
barnacles dress. You could pick out a ,clergyman
and builds up the whole system which hsLl gathered
'i Accept no substitute. \ i bottom ami sides of this grsat, vessel.MIn as ttr'as you" -could- see him, and Rye
Commencement Work on Isth 1>l. Celebrated' Tree, ,Bettered; t. referring:'t to' the matter. m 1D-1 I It was much 'the sam&: with : :
-- Have Existed Before the Settlement ber of the firm of W. H., White & Co.,,I :Nowadays preachers and laivreis.1 :

mian Canal to Be of the City, "WM, Blown Down Itb ." our local druggists; remarked r "Tb1". wear raiment which makes tb :
Fittingly V Great Sterm' ( 1876. : instance has a parallel case I In the)I ]like pr6sperras business': ,men: or high

: field of medicine It is odfashlonedcod i toned sport, and they seem to b*
Celebrated.The .... Feb. 15 187C was a. sad day.: for local -. liver oil, which contains medicinal ,more approachable: and 'companionable. Twice distilled in copper_

historians in Boston. for the'news-. prop rtie'capable of splendid work' whether they are or not.

The following proclamation has papers announced the next day that at I as a, body-building, strength-creating "But the greatest change in this respect ; ripened in heavily charred oak

been issued by Governor N. B. Brow. about 7 o'clock 'the previous' eveningthe i medicine yet .on account of the sys-I has taken place among-the physicians -

;; ard: old elm on Boston Common bed tern-clogging greasy oil which it ,contains ; not*d much their clothes, perhaps barrels.- bottled by the distilleris

I been destroyed a great.storm which !: its medicinal powers Is im-.. ,! ; as their manner. I can remember
STATE, OF FLORIDA. swept over thi, city at that time. So peded and its'value: lost. '
when the ol(1 fashioned.doctor Centered
:
j smooth and mellow.Don't
1 Executive Department many eulogies ,both
I Tallahassee, Fla., December 30th, were delivered on this most ancient of and it hag remained for two great' even if you were suffering from nothing /
: French ? -
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chemists to fiai a way to pI
.4Vt 1905. Boston's landmarks and It was realized more serious than a scratched ,
I arate these! me-ilcinal healthprOduC'lag i sear spoil your-treat by failingto
rU "Whereas it has been suggested that that a connecting)link, with the eUmehtg* from the oil and give I Ii >and you were, sorry you hadn't)led a

au International and Isthmian Exposition DR. J. H. MOCK remote past was goneforever.: i us Vinol. rinol actually contains' all' better life. He'd tiptoe 1m with a face "Old. "

V be held in.. the city of Tampa It is not known wben the tree began' I tb\\, medicinal curative and strengtL1- that reached from hIs forehead to his get Quaker.! "

:, Florida, .durin'g the months of January. V o grow but an old'Uoston tradition I creating properties of cod liver oil). knees.clear his throat whisper to mother
"
I4 February and March, in the yea DENTAL SURGEON.: Was; that the wife of Thomas Hancock, I but contains 'not '"drop" of oil to upset1 take out his watch. feel for your Phone 16, Lewis Bear & Co.,

o: ,our Lord. 1908. in honor and celebration Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty. : the eminent .merchant, who was Lydia I the stomach and retard its work. ml I pulse and g're gloomily into space-the 404-408 Palafax St. and 2-10 Main St..
Henchman before her marriage, claimed other words the barnacles have ben Rpaclest: farthest away space ever. Pensacola. Fla. 1De
of the commencement of workon Painless Extracting 'of Teeth. that her grandfather. Uezeklab removed from this famous medicine I! Then he'd' whisper to mother again

the construction of the great Panama 2&yz S. Palafox St. Henchman planted! the tree when be I by us. j write a prescription and steal out.: .

t Canal by the government of the 7 and 9 Old Armory Building. I was a boy. This would have made the We ask every run-down nervous, "'1i: there n;> hope I used to ask -U- V

United States; and Phone 1077. tree just 200 years old at the time of debilitated, aged or weak person in mot er.* V -.- --- -

;r: Whereas, Such an Exposition will its destruction.It Pensacola, and every person suffer "However, as I said, U:3t'. all! gone: .
direct the attention of the whole world is probable that some of the many ing from Ltubborn colds. banging-on by. They're cheerful and breezy' wben ; Ruyter ( Holland ') Gin
V
;; I <$>' 3he; unsurpassed climate of the REMAINS OF MRS. BOGHICH persons on record as being publicly coughs, bronchitis or incipient con they appear: an odor of fresh air and '
sumption to try Vinol on our guarantee ----r
INTERRED executed: : on Boston Common looked on the smell,of cigar clinging
State of Florida, its boundless agri-- YESTERDAY I to return money Ifit fails." W. maybe a are |
1 the fair world for the'last time'wheu to them and they laugh.at your fears i!
cultural, mineral, industrial and commercial H. Whits & Co., Druggists. I
The ramains of Mrs. Mary Bogbich,! standing beneath its branches, for It and talk out loud. That's a sight better .
r resources and its superior wife of Engineer Mark L. Bogh'ich, "was one of the largest trees if not the I than Medicine in most cases. The I New drop Cane Syrup

fznajitima advantages as the highway who succumbed Wednesday night to largest In the town and it stood on branches 'were-scattered in every dlrectioh. -" trouble Is I'don't.often'bare the Iud V

i''of the world's commerce when said burns received _some weeks since its outskirts, and also in 1722 It'mnst The melancholy news spread I to be ill lately-' "-Providence Journal. V :*

''canaa is opened for traffic; were interred yesterday afternoon in have been a prominent object ,in BoSton like wildfire through the city, and soon,; : Put up in all size packages'
,
Therefore I, Napoleon B. Broward St. John's cemetery for Bonner's map of the town, despite the storm.'the fallen .GOT< : 'hereby issue this*' my Proclamation, The luneral"services !were conducted feature. with hatchets and knives Queer Belief of People of Ancient WRITE FOR PRICES ,.
saws
: calling said I International and Isth- at Christ church: andwere attended In 1825: the first V.recorded measurement they quickly detached pieces of the V Enypt Regarding Pn... -

& i Jtcain Exposition to be held in'the by a large concourse of friends'and of the old elm 'showed jits dimensions branches to preserve as souvenirs. Per- The f inhabitants of ancient Egypt are
Qty of Tampa; ''Florida commencing I believed l to have been the first' Supt Stores Southern States Lumber
ia the month of January, in the year relatives, who afterwards followed: to be as follows: Height G5:) sons were peen.ta. the theaters laden {1 < people ,Company
4 VV,, ''of our Lord 1908. in celebration of the body to the last resting place and feet; cr[ circumference 21 feet 8 Inches at with boughs" ... .and it .was' a common to attempt to domesticate the wild ape:'Ji Tf I II '

V.t i the commencement, of work on ,thePanama presented beautiful floral tributes at 2 feet inches, from the ground/.anlf sight that evening'to see men in the I i des of fellnae_: jhow"represented' by ihi I PENSACOLA FLORIDA

? / : Canal by the government of I the grave. i the extreme diameter- ,of, the' brancheswas streets carrying limbs several feet in eomnionLonecat.is, : based ,
,
V the United States; and I call upon 8C feet. At this time It 'was said length and s',"'large around as a store- upon the fact( that sculptured reprer.. --
:Mr: has
tV and urge all the citizens of the State Boghich the sympathy in of the tree that this pride of our Com; pipe. Much of the tree was made Jnto I,i i Bentations of such animals are found 1 .,,
(, :of Florida to unite their efforts insupport his bereavement of the entire community mon is pronounced byjudges to be as veneer, 1 and opebook a\,1 le'ast.of local I ripon: their monuments of tbe V

t-:.. of said Exposition and I also handsome in form'as it is Urge in size history has on.Us, back cpyer a large 2000 B. C.. more than 1,200 years 1tU"1 NEW New
request and urge the Senators and and venerable in and it be' : fore they appear on European : Five Tables
Brunswicke-Balke
age may veneer frbm'the, /tree,,.bearing: on ,Us ? |
: Representatives of the State of FlorIda Stops earache In two minutes: worth the remark. notwithstanding all face a UfelIeijraT1ng! of the same. I I ments. An 'Egyptian tomb of the V

d, States in 'to the-Congress invke and secure of the from United said toothache or pain of burn or scald .in the buffeting' it has received from, So, passed the. 'old ,elm, and, Boston : 1300 B.'C.is"the first.to show,a sculptured 1 POOLPARLORS P 0 L Everything Up-to-Date.

Congress: an endorsement of said Expoeltion five, minutes; hoarseness one hour; storms and hurricanes for more thana mourned for; is'.palling. representation' of the; cat; as 'a 4
muscleache. two hours; sore throat, its V domesticated! animal those of the' 14 Ease
,
and
: and a reasonable appropriatton twelve hours Dr. century original beauty symmetry Dr. Jerome, .VvVC."Smith, mayor of I Government Street.
Thomas EclectricOil have not been although greater ago first mentioned probably: i ii '
I In aid!! thereof. impaired the city in 1854. showed his interest
The Governors of the several States monarch over pain.V it has' at times lost many of Its the old, elnibbstngtbetr .. care: 'i representing'the creatureen' Its wild { 'J. A. BILLINGSLEY, Prop. J

: and Territories. comprising the United bra\1\ bfJ8." /j fully pruned"v.anj} Cleaned.! .an.4 b$ I} state. In the Belief,sketch of" this date I -
V '
SENATOR GALLINGERNOT : : ,
States of The tree wAs I last mentioned1300 B,, i it is I; .
:4 America. are hereby cordially accurately measured bythe caused to bIacd, .around It an ornamental -{ r unmisrtakably : ,
invited to secure the cooperation > V BADLY INJURED, city engineer of Boston in 1855.; and iron .fencer. &gonal> ,In shape.On I a pet being,shown ni-seated : '
: of their State Legislatures in aid it was found that it was the beneath a'1 'chair.- The--Egyptlans of HALL
considerably entripee gate,was attached an 1 fI" 1- CON
By Associated Pr "
is. .
V. of ald Exposition! ,, and are requested ,
larger than Iii 1S25.V its height being oval -tablet'earing..the following inscription that age mummified dead cats just as.they .
and urged to secure a proper representation Washington Jan. ..Senator'' and figured.. did human WILL SELL FOR SIXTY'DAYS
tat seventy-five feet This beings and in many
:, .. I I .
Mrs. Jacob H.
of the resourc s.of their Gallinger :.of New *
respective ,states in ..the\ exhibits *at Hampshire -.WbOVwer& knocked, down showed that it was- -still growing' in. its A 'M* MLJJ,EUi instances entomb d'hundVeds\'of' 'tho'pj .' ,FOUR FULL QUARTS
extreme.old age,. : This tree ;>M been here 'I j I sands of-them' in a' lngle pyramid or
standing ,
( by street car last
.1 said Exposition: ? and a, night. are-not suffering 1 ,
; His Excellency, The President of! any serious effects to-day. The first serious damage'the treere-: all iihfcnown'iftriftd.I It U believed to tars' pitTBubaitis''jwa's'\) :ine :EgyptiaV cat" I' 'I- ,.' ...OF'... : i:

:; the United States is hereby requestedand Both >were' bruised- and theirV faces ceived was in 1832 when the largest; of being existed cut. but Its limbs. was 'rent nder.' having a: cat's bead. that. ,
urgent-; to issue his Proclamation slightly, they, sustained no so as that of old ace in 172 and wa nearly destroyed I Among
V: through the State Department of, the other' Injuries. The" senator, was ,'>le three branches rested on the ground, by a torm in lu:.' Protected 'by an 1 I queer people'puss's'-regarded': as'aniI : FOR $3.50.

3 United States. Inviting Foreign Countries to go to the capitol this morning., but at much cost and.labor-they'were Iron Inckwutv: In 1854. !I emblem of,,the sun. its eyes beIng supposed -
: : to participate in said Exposition. replaced In \beic former positions and ,; J. V.--C.: SMITH. Mayor. I j I to vary iq-color and in the size Other: brands at rock-bottom prices. ''You get you A

In T'sUmonyVht"reQf. I have hereunto If you haven't the 'time to exercise held together"by iron rods and' bolts. 'Soon after the falling' of the'old eim j I( of their p'upng.jwlth the.,progress of goods the same day order is received Give 'us a trial
set my hand and caused the regularly 'Doan's Regulets will pre- The great gale in June. I860, injured a young tree of the'same species'was that: .luminary across the heavens. ,
V Great Seal of the State of Florida to vent constipation. They induce order, B. L HALL & CQ. Quincy Fla.
a the tree,to such an extent that Its former planted in 1ie center of the Jnclosure Herodotus lls us that! when an : ;
be affixed at Tallahassee, the Capital mild,easy healthful ,action,of the bowels and today 1t has attained ,
V symmetry was .destroy and at a large ancjSturdyV / I I Egyptian cat> died a natural: death its -- -
this the 30th day of December, A. D. without griping. Ask your drug
'V 1905. 1st for them. 25c.. this time,the cavity tu the trunk was: growth. Coming generations of I owner went into mourning and shaved 'V -- --
N. B. BROWARD, filled with several loads of material. Bostonians 'may be familiar V with a off his eyebrows.. V r "3To-u.r

V Governor. On one of the branches which were second old elm on'Boston Common. but I -'V _ ICE cOA and

J By the Governor. Attest: SAathlaad Superstition. torn off at the time'lOQrlngs were It will always be 'tbe first old' 'elm but WOOD I
Itching piles profanity
provoke
t Caithness! Gaelic "Gollabh") Cat- which witnessed I from: the
H. CLAY CRAWFORD counted which.indicated the great age very possibly, .the. I profanity won't them. an'a
I; Secretary: of State. tejces.; the Land of the Stranger and of the tree V first settlement of Puritan Boston Iu_:'Ointment I 'cures itching.cure blerding orprotrudln I i I Consumers' Ice and Fuel Company. a

Suderland. the Southland. are steepedIn The opening of.,the centennial of 1C30.-Boston'Budget. OfflctCorner
year V V :; piles after years of suffer- a "Cha.. and Tarragona. Phone 259. (
tracer- i
strange superstitions some the republic 187G found the tree alive, In. At any drug store. --
;; A WOMAN'S GRATITUDE. able V to ,Norse, others to Celtic Influ- but decrepit, and it would probably Am Good ... His W rd.' ; V ----- :!!iW1 I IV

ence. The lone, wind swept home of have been .. -- -
decorated: on Evacuationday Green-I thought you said! that| fellow
I -A: Mountain Woman Writes In Praiseof the clan
ot the Catts with its miles of -
and the Fourth of July but. as: Skinem was as good as his word?
Nebro's
"For several years Herpicide.I have been moorland and peat fields its bold stated at the beginnirig of this,article, Brown--That's what I said. ..Green : Marine Grocery Co. SHINGLES
SASH. DOORS.
a'na WINDOW
rocky coast with Sutherland
the I
Feb. 15 saw destruction. GLASS
{troubled with dandruff causing me Well, be lied to me about a business! ,,,
;i : much annoyance and my hair became groups of islands to the north are in The old'elm fell at 7:17: o'clock; In the transaction. Brown-But I didn't say- St. BUILDING MATERIAL.
604 606, 608, 610 S. PaUfox
a peculiar sense the home of folklore
very thin. I have used New evening Its"trunk pointing toward the his word wasamy. good-r Cnicaga News., '
Phone 725.
bra's Herpicide for month and the legend myth end peasant wisdom. To Park Street church and the force of Phone !11. 1.' G. DeSILVA'co.

iii";,, dandruff'toas entirely disappeared ana this day the' older members of the fish tlIqjflllshatteredthetrpxik_ while the A man is always nearest his good V. J. VIDAL, Manager. .
1 my hair is becoming much heaVIer ing. community take off their bonnetsas --
V when he Is furthest -
at home and from -
than formerly. New hair is growing they, row past the bead of Whaila- -- -
WEL---R; ;; : It whin THE'HOME OF GOOD THINGS TO
way.Uoiland.
where there was none and I am veryI ; goe and thus express in their simple A BL I VV ---
I thankful to you for the baneflt I have way the_-deep reverence which they Z-I i EAT. 'NICk..... of. the ,tat...

received from Newbro's Herpicide feel V for the "great mither" on whose ?And j the Man "Fell 1 put" Wit' lie Got From trader. V Just Received: The J nickname? of-the states are: Alabama OPERA HOUSE I

t? V :Very truly yours breast they are tossed. ,A manufacturer in Missouri The veteran telegraph operator ,at I Halibut: Cnunks,, Halibut Quick Lunch I Ljind of Flowers; Arkansas '
Mrs. C. B. FOSTER, The lasslrs of Freswlck dress their says i i length took part in the general', recounting 50 kite of fancy Mackerel $1-25 perkit. ;' Bear State; California, Golden State;
started with
No. 985 Utah Ave.. Butte, Mont. he out as a young man of and ONE NIGHT ONLY. 1
Incidents: adventuresby
.i t tBO
hair before sunrise! Colorado, Centennial l Connecticut -
of State
: For .sale byV.. A. D'Alemberte. on pain causing almost perfect health, but that "by ; ?
druggist and apothecary.. 121 South their sweethearts to be lashed with the time I was 24 my digestive apparatus -I "Out his fellow in craftsmen.: kits Salmon. U.:!5 per kit kit. I Nutmeg 8tate Delaware Blue Friday, January 5. I
California several years 50 kits halibut fins $1.25 per :
Palafox street, or send lOc in stamp! these silken tresses by the evil kelp'es was so comlt..telf'wr cked 1 Hen State; ''Florida,, Peninsula State;
"
I ago he said "I was at the key.. in tb'tDly .50 kits of Cod Tongues and Sounds. I GOOD AS
,.::1 for. sample to The Herpicde Co., DetroU. of the pool. The farmer of today lights as to make my life a positive burden. Georgia Cracker State; Illinois, Sucker OLD WINE!
,: Mich.20lbs. the bonfire at midnight on New Year'seve "1 was neither a hard drinker nor telegraph office In a rapidly rising U.25 per kit.Bloaters. State; Indiana, Rooster state; Iowa p THE U
and Roes,
E Milkers
and passes his key through the an inveterate user of tObacco-my I town. Early one morning I received I II r Picked Salmon! Dill Herring Pickles Hawkeye State;' Kansas. Sunflower I DONNELLY
Codfish & HATFIELD
flames to them condition could not be charged to a messagv addressed to the cashier of j State '
secure from disease up ; German Sauer Krout. ; Kentucky, Blue Grass State; I
.
while the herd boys jump over the these thlng."I I the local: bank from its president, to L i Pigs Feet in kits $1.00. Louisiana, Pelican Plate; Maine PIne MAGNIFICENT MINSTRELS
flaming peats for good luck. Change- had simply!: ruined my digestionby the effect that his plan had failed.and I j jI i i I JJanewal and Lange's Fruit Cake Tree State; Maryland Old Line State; I IMassacliuiettq j V .

i Nice Clean Hng children are regarded with the a course of living common among I to close the luck's doors and suspend j, National Biscuit Co's Fruit Cake 25cI Old Bay State; Michigan J i Pirectiorv, _Al. G. Field

same awe as of old, and witches elfins those who indulge: In unwisely selected -', payments until further notice. I* had j I I I per pcundl; V ,' Wolverine>' tate;' Minnesota. Gopher :Emotion, of Minstrelsy

and sprites can. it is said, be discerned food and} deny their appetites noth! $2.-00 in that bank the savings of ,', We handle the celebrated blends of State; !Mississippi Bayou State; I Tommy Donnelly Harry C Sisunk.

Head Rice for $1.00. around the Maiden Paps weaving the ing. And so years passed during I eleven years It was my duty toed, V Coffee roastfd by the Gulf City Coffee Missouri, Bullion State; Montana. ;Arthur Crawford Lee Edmunds. oi>

threads of fate.-Scottish Review which every sort of foal seemed to do the message and see my savings Co.. H. P.'Chipman; Manager. Singed Cat State; Nevada, Silver State;; I bert Lose: Guy Stanley.
; That's Just one of the many Just tha opposite of waat it 'should,: ish. Then an idea occurred to me.\'AD.i I Oaxaca"35s lb.; Gold" Standard: 25cIbf ; New Hampshire! ,(j anite State; New The famous Toledos TU cano flrOEta :!!-
items on which we'can save you have done with me. A well-spread i was not my duty to forward !the Diamond Blend 25c lb; "Goldeni I | Crawford ,and Finning.
Scotch Humor. I : Jersey. Gardejj.: }tftfJ; N "w' York. EmpIre -
;.f: money on groceries, and-"a table was offensive to me. The sightor sage and the I Rid; 20c lb.'Strictly The minstrel festival Where ">,
;
personally only boy
; An artist is busy at his easel by the Statej.= Nprty".I Carolina, Tar Heel I ..
dollar Fared is a dollar made. smsll of food made jne deathly sick. bad 1 f ,.fresh roasted and as 'gooi Moonlight Fnlls "
was delivering! a dispatch and
: V Wise housewives will call us up wayside. A rustle is looking over his In brief I had dyspepsia in its worst wouldn't be tack for at I least an hour, ; ,/..'any Coffee qld In this city. State; Ohio. Buckeye State; -Oreg d. James Flanngs! concert ban aal
V t and ask our prices on articles] shoulder In tbe free mntiiir of the In- form, and spent: many a hard-earnei ,Send us' your orders and we will delIver -. Webfoot _State; Pennsylvania.' Keystone symphony orchestra.
'for !her pantry before purchasing dependent Scot A brother rustic is in dollar for remedies which did me no So. with a clear conscience: I slippedon promptly." State; Bhpde Island. Little Rho- i.li
PRICES-25 and $
ing and remember, too, that a field near by with his bands in his good whatever my coat, rushed.'to the bank: 'and I I ._ V dy: South Carolina Palmetto State; ,5.9,15 ,cents
iN what you buy here is guaranteedpure pockets. Tie is uncertain whether it "This was my condition when a withdrew my deposit. An hour later --t'7.: :--r-, -!:, :, V- ... Texas, Jxm' Stir : tatettab, HoneyBee

and fresh. is worth while to take the trouble to friend insisted that I should try Grape- the crash came" but I was not under V ; State; Vtnnoat. Green Mountain !
4 Safes! Safes! Safes
mount the dike for the uncertain pleasure Nuts food, and to please hlmI, consented neath. State; Virginia, Old Dominion; West

Large Lot Olives i In Bulk of looking at the picture. "What is expecting to derive no more NO FRET, Virginia, Panhandle State; Wisconsin' Safes!
1 Diebold
F he doing Jock?" asks be in the field of benefit or pleasure from it than I had Oranare ] 'Sadger State Buy
V and Bottles Just Received his better situated mate. "Drawln wi' from other prepared foods thaI had Oranges came originally from India. :' NO WORRY, ,

pent%" returns Jock over his shoulder."Is trie.]. But I was most happily disap having been carried westward, bythf, V A.etloiC.r. IB England. Scarritt Moreno,
Extra large Fancy Queen
';
't bonny?" again asks the son of pointed. Arabs. The fruit crossed from Africa'to No uneasiness: or trouble The auctioneers
Olives 40 cents a quart. $1.40 a toll In the field. "Ocht. but bonny% "For more than a year I ate posi. Spain with Mohammedanism,'while j at all about 'your laundry tlje! United Kingdom 'Agent.
bottles 10 cents tot cannot claim to,belong to a verT !
In
gallon. comes back the prompt and decided tively nothing but Grape- uts-It was probably the crusaders: are to be thanked -'1 j uprk if you have It done '
V $1.50-plain and stuffed. answer of the critic. Of considerations my soup,course, jny meat and my des- for bringing it to Italy and:wwtern! ,j h?re. Every detail thro ancient professloaso, far is that country -

the artist's there is srt I never tired of it and grew Europe among their trophies of the I I the entire' laundry process Is concerned. T.hongh auctions were
: for feeling not a
In for 25c.
:1. 35c Value Brooms BROS'BARBER
trace yet both of these rustics will steadily fatter and more hearty till I east. The name Is Arabic. "naranj." j V $ receives the attention familiar institution In ancient Rome, COLLINS
appreciatively 40 solid flesh that V the first In the British islands
put
pounds good is said
and of of YourS
This is a four-string broom relate the Incident eastern origin thoughthelegend i experts. !
on comIng .
bat never been there before on my to hue been bald about 1700, when SHOP ,
Collars Cuffs Underwear
lrt8. ,
with and that It from
ii extra fine wisp strong in from the field and washing them. comes two words
bones. My dyspepsia' is gone-the etc:, will be suieV Elisha Tale foreroor ,Qf Fort George
perfectly smooth handleyou'llbe selves with this rider: "An he didna meaning "elephant" and "be ill." be-!, FIRST-CLASS TONSO-

f pleased with1 It. look ower weal pleased I can tell yt! I memory"I am of well a terribla DOW- eems nightmare.like I cannot cause elephants ate oranges tomake J] to please and satisfy you. .1 of(Madras the east),_put'and,up,for although f ale..his"auction"trophies RIAL FOUR ARTISTS FIRST-CLASS

? Did he. Jock?' be ill-and .Gripe Nuts i Is still : themselves lit. is absurd. Probably In i The SteamLaun ACCOMMODATIONS
Star defined FIRST-CLASS
was to 1$78 as "a makIng a .SERVERS,
French the initial "n" is
found on my table, in oe form or I dropped off
; Most disfiguring skin eruptions I another, at every meal and it Is never from naranji with the final W of tho 1 publlck" sale and! felling of goods by .

LAZ JACOBY, scrofula, r.:n>ples, rashes etc., are due out of supply in my home,. A meal indefinite articl Just as "an apron' ry.n outcry, it does'' not appear to. have aOJ i:
; GROCER to impure blood. Burdock Blood Bit. I without Graps uts I is a.'mighty'poor I represents lOa niiron,5, and the spelling 1 been recognized then as a British institution If we' don't please you. tell us ellI )
POPULAR (
THE V V E Garflen St. Phone ; 'Tbe "a ct1onee if it do. please you.
;.worI' we
114. does :
tonic.
ters is a cleansing blood Makes meal for me. Name given by Pos- I with an i omts to false association '

; 14, W. Garden St. Phone 183.V you clear- yed, clear-brained V clear- I.turn Co.. Bat tle Creek,",Mien.'There's I i with "or" (gold). :V '"] ::) ". "_ ..1 c..O L,("I ,.. .. not ftc, occur- b.I fore'the- eighteenth- .,cen-* .I-ESS ".TEE your..DEE friends.? DANDRUFF Try our CUR-,-

skinned. a reason. I' j f .f ,- 204 S/.Palafox Street.





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5P 5/ 0 f b4 bf Preaching of Rev. Mr. Robertson' uurwcamurncd r,: Pensa cola ;Mentioned_l as Good IN j That Like To IL. rujl !f


i a o a b a4d I

; etr r 4 ,4. ; Attracting L large Congregations i S Timber rfor Congressional fu; '


to Presbyterian Church. ftUt1, :- : Candidate., "
; I ] Patent TaiMGood DoGa d :' .'
Never blekem.weaken or Gri-v e.lee,tie.see Never N
We arc justly proud of old in balk ,The Rename bble' tUmp4 C C.C. .
our line of : I Uurtmte 4 to ear or lope money back.; I! .Jules-SOlomcm, one, of the best! Wear Good / (
Sterling RemedyCo.,Chicago N.Y. 6os
or
The revival services at the First! known traveling men in Florida was I m

Shield Bosom and .IPresbyterian church, conducted by: ANNUAL SALE, TEN MILLION BOXES ia Pensacola;yesterday, ,on one of his:
regular trips, and he :spent; the day ,
Rev Mr. Robertson, continues at T ..
and last night here.'Mr. !U N
Negligee Shirts'e tract large congregations and yesterday ., Solomon expressed himself as; N r, .
morning and'last night the church : very ''muoh' gratified at, the present N

,. hate'tins{ season. ,The was, well filled notwithstanding the',I IT STLEOQ.DNOT prosperous appearame'.of: business in :
new shades-pink and Inclement weather., lF naaocoa, 'hut"as he: told a Journal } J Shoes.. m
bf"1io-in mixtures also representative, he has "always bar
neat figured whit grounds "The Bible and How to Use It," was the utmost faith and confidence In fa :. N

pure white in many ma tile morning subject of''>liv.Robertson the future of,, the.Deep Water City." : w" % rJ

terials. I and, as a means of, scripture! ; '' study HEARD VI am notonly, glad to'see, times as :
they are here," continued this NIII.
good as
was highly Instructive. IAS*,:night'be of,the grip, 'but I want
jovial;knight ;
THE FIT .I' preached -Prayer.."; lie is a,strong to,say that every West Florldian feedathe : M 'f 5 5I

is an important part of believer in prayer not only as a" meansof same confidence in jour city anti: TAKE NOTICE THAT' t m

any garment and especially grace but as the way to communicate FRUM pride In her,advancement that I do. III. .-
Shirt. the ," said :Mr. So1o-
in a Try the .I with God. even when we ,want : "And by way N
STAR Shirt and you will mon, "I have recently heard some
have no other. temporal blessings. He does not T>e-i I very flattering talk reference to N
1 1STAI1DARDtioTImIi .lieve' :that It ,is, necessarily a miracle the- excellent timber which one of '

: iOn the part of ',God to answer: pra'u,1 No News from the Steamer that S jour! citizens for' Confess would' present to succeed as a candidate Mr I 1m LfU LfU We have just received a Big Shipment of the Celebrated m

but
l I that he can do this: without reversing Lamar in,the" Third District. I refer Packard Shoes in the Newest and Svvellest
I I any the of the laws, of nature. I' Is Ashore Twenty Miles East to your former representative In tho Very
What chemist he'said
; ,
can ooin

I lence' his to laboratory the natural without Maws, surely doing vk the.' of f Pensacola. legislature Mr. Moreno and'Obnes.mayor candidate If of Mr.your Jones I city blieve ,,IHI ii styles of the season. R

v.puld only become a, '>
Gods of Nature can accomplish. .with I he would sweep the tfistnct." OJ' .
the .: >
Cottaroll same ease.Continuing ,
-viZllrtLefei,1 Nothing new regarding the steamer Mr., Solomon i leaves this morning Plain Leather Leather
he said for.points 'along the"P.:E A.: fd $3.50. Shiney $4.00. m
FINE: PHOTOGRAPHS. trician can take the things that God I P. J. Thistrlewotjd; which went ashore :
I
Pensacola, Fla. has made and with them work his I twenty 'miles, east of Penascota. on A' GUARANTEED 'CURE'FOR PILES N
ffft rr
wonders in the earth and air and sea,! '
-- Wednesday, ,could' be'lrarned. durinJ!,! Itching Blind Bleeding, ProtrudingPiles.
and why can not God, the Maker of:
;
C. L. McVOY ". authorized to
RING Druggists are refund -
all these things do some !similar wonders -! )'esterday'nd last night. No worn'!' or

PhoneMC th- Take' advantage meat specialDe of Mnta being- at the instance of his earAly I J message was, received from either; to: money if to;PAZO,14 days.OINTMENT 50c. fails !

itrer'd to any part of the city., children and for their gooa1. I the vessel 'or" the tug Nellie' which cure.1n":6.. il.il.WM.'JOHN.SON! LfGf & SON
f
Everyone In Pensarola Is cordially, .
Invited to attend these services;:which went out Wednesday, night to the assistance MEDICAL: ,SCIENCE.' : GfJ ;:

TERSELY TOLDDr are conducted both in the forenoon! of the steamer, taking: 'the, '- .
and evening. I life ,saviagcrew with her. .Fla.t'U'.e, Fv Bleedtnc and:
''It 'Was hardly :'e Pected' t file Ae..t "...'a.. l fU

Imperfect Digestion.-. I Nellie would return. during yesterday An Important epoch'ln the career of aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaeaaaaa a2aaaaaa2aaea22a
R'naldo! Almon has returned I erpecially if the -vessel was in as bad
Means J IASS nutrition and In' conseQuence Dr.' Maillot a 4istingnlahed French
from Georgians, Ala., where he spent less vitality:_ Wnn,the liver condition as' reported for would;require physician 'wh died. In".Paris several -- -------
time and work to
considerable ,
Christmas at his old home. fails to secrete bile the blood becomes at the of N
float her' if she was washed very far years ,ago age ninety-nine U-TfCrCr fCfrTar lTi fCN A"4C.r4R''rrlCeCG T. d'7.' }'hZR

Among the prominent naval stores loaded with bilious properties the dl-' upon the beach. The seas were also years, illustrates, the! great !:timidity of LL TS

operators who were in the city yesterday rstion becomes impaired and the running very high all 1.1lt1rh1t' rest r- 1Ii diem I ,science in taking up a 'new f
were J, C Frior of Lotte, Ala; bowels constipated, Heroine will rectify day and it is 'more than probable:.that method of treatment or'abandoning an AMUSEMENTSDONNELLY 1 fOR

J, S, Pruitt, of Kesther. Ga.; L. Green, this; it gives tone'tg'tbe stomach the tug did not get very close to the old;one. Dr. MaHIotJs"Jtnown; to( the iOPi ss +r ,

of noldville., Ga; B. W. Williams.of liver and kidneys, strengthens: the aiptetite -' steamer.drring the day Late hi the medical world as the p'ractfcal 'introducer t PR FAIR t,.

Local. Ala., H. C. Williams ot clears and. improves the com'I afternoon the seas began to subsideto into French practice of the use of f7 '.''7C', rx'. .''7 'i'i.'r: '', t'3'r4C..YR-iT.l['.'-.rR.'IC..r #
Canoela.. C. C. of Cor- plexion infuses new life and vigor to: -
; and Green some extent and this would allow quinine-in the treatment' of malarial
dee.: Gs. the, whole system. BO cents a bottle the tugboat to get closer. to the and other fevera. **"' ;

Considerable complaint is ,beingDade ; ,sold! by all druggists. i iI stranded t@a.mer. : "bIt In '1832."when the;FreDchr! were conducting : I21TS---
regarding the sidewalk at the i I is probable that's. a e news"'will ; _
a campaign conquest5 in Algeria.
i tit
WHITE ROCK .
corner of Romana and Baylen streets.1fhee WATER.Is : received: from the i-easel'tlHial", at, the uartallfy'amoag'; the
there are a larg number olj absolutely pure mineral water, least the manager of the, company,' ; troops l
toardg missing makln' the place nothing so healthful or refreshing. who is now here expects to ':et some and; ,colonists there' was frightful. $ ooQ $450
.
EMI dangerous for pedestrians especially I information during to-day. Francewas being' continually called ;T

on dark nights. I Lat 'yesterday afternoon pilots retorted upon for fresh levies:of risen: and youths ... ,.
JAPANESE, PAGODAS.: tha they ,sightej!. e ,large -tugboat to supply this terrible loss, chiefly 4 ft j.3 'Y ; 7 ia
The condition of. Rev: W. J. \Hahn; the west ,and ?
I headed towards through! : e l"f incidental J ttawthe: climate
cf Cottage( Hill who was thought to' Earthquake Proof and Able,to Stand mlng direr ly from:.Jhe.point 'where and tpe life the"Trench)a"Algeria were .iicy I1T,1, -
be dying: Wednesday night was somewhat the Severest Shook. I the Tbistlewood,)is :beached," and it leading. ,At that time the practice of : 'floes.R. : a'r

improved yesterday, although]r The absence of buildings of any size I %is probable' that, this' ,vessel has :also bleedlng'stlll prevailed.Bleed: them 1 --(.. 1.Cr. .

., there was not much hope entertain and.antiquity In .Japan is ascribed to been on the scene to assist in floating Until they are'hlte"'was ,the'I injunction 4 r' .. ?r.
that he could recover. He is suffer-,, I stranded vessel. i '
the destruction of them by the request the which Broussais; the.medical mast '
ing from a stroke of paralysis and has !
earthquakes which occur. The only r ofthe French, gave to his followers I
in addition a very high fever. I I Cured Lumbago.A. ( ,
structures which seem to be earth when the;condition of the soldiers.was I ILq
t Enn'e-UE1. O P. Speiget is meeting' B. Canm n. Chicago:writes. Mar.
.
: quake proof are the pagodas which are reported to,him. At poB,4none year. CHAg.BLUM&CO.
bee troubled with
vith much encouragement in the rfe- 4. 1903: "Having ; "
erected before the temples. There are out of an effective force at 5,500,men, '
\'inI1l'hkh in Chris I Lumbago at different times and tried 517 AND 519 WEST BAY ST.,
is holding the :
he
,
ten: tabernacle on Gregory street.. many pagodas wb; tar AlcanJz! ana' large congregations: old and 'aft"solid',as 'when first ointments and liniments, S'iive'' this time the effects of sulphate I

peel him each! night. Mr. Spiegel built. There is a reason for,this andit it up .alto cth r. So I ,tried once of quinine,were known,but,few_physicians t .::: _m

closed a most: seccessful meeting, in lies in their'construction. A pagodais more, and got a bottle of Ballarde! 'ventured to employ it. Maillot A GENTLEMAN'S TASTE IS BEST

Washington Pa, just prior to coming 'practically a framework of heavy,I Snow Liniment, which gave me almost l.I had l Interested himself. in the new remedy SUITED WITH A
here, in which 123 new members wre.: timbers which starts from a wide base instant relief. I can cheerfully ,and zpiag to:Bane in'the medical _

t I tdded; to the church. The service and is in itself a substantial structure;, recommenl: it.and will add my! nameto service of,the government lie,resolved 05 v

each evening begins at 7:30 o'clock.,'' but it'is rendered Itilt"more stable by ,your list of sufferers." Sold. I by all,, t9 see if It would not reduce the right' 2 ksy 5 15' 'r *., I.CERTIFIED CHECK '

I'I' a peculiar; device. Inside the framework t druggists. fpl""mortality' which was.one to( every I I 1
THE PERFECT FLAVORING EX. three and onc-hglf men ,who entere.l } '. { 5c CIGAR. 1
from the is F '
and suspended apex ;) >E' 4j :. 'rr f.aow.r-
TRACTS. Blue Ribbon and Vanilla.:i balk of timber two feet the'hosp ta .At first he opa ployed the R i.
4r
heavy : Y
long
a KRESS '
1 THE b' M
Made from the finest Vanilla bans quinine merely as' 'an' adjunct to the .r ,d All the qualities of Jla ror.aroma :.
thick or more. This hangs from one 3JT kY A' T '
absolutely pure ani so highly concentrated ,,, I bleeding.. He soon feucd that,blecdi'is i ? color and gooa1( material la
end, ana to the, other end are bolted at 4 5- .' embodied in it
that half the,
j only usual quantity STORE RE-OPENED waS killing the men and that 'quinine I S sac- B
each of the four sides four more heavytimbers
is required. was saving them. UHf. !: by little lie!II 4 4t i
and if the pagoda be very : I A. Greenhut & Co.
on'to l loft off bleeding, to the great scandal of ,
Just Opened. lofty still more timbers are added The Kr Lewis's Saloon northeast corner W these. The whole forms, an enor, openel yesterday morning and eager: DISTRIBUTORS. t
portion the: bleeding -ceased: tlwdeaths
Belmont and N. Coyle. Dealer In Fine t I, moos pendulum which reaches to within : buyers thronged the store all day to In_as the hospital decreased.' Inttvoyears PENSACOLA. FLORIDABrGsnaham.Dotson&Co. r
Wines, Liquors and Cigars. Out of, six'inches'of the ground. When the take adantage of the exceptional .p
the deaths tell off from one In
,-.1
town trade solicited. 9declm shock of an earthquake rocks the pagoda I values. The sale of all goods damaged -!
three and one-half of all who eDt m.1
the pendulum'swings in unison and by the fire of December :Zlih will I
to and
the in twenty-six
NICARAGUAN hospital one .
EARTHQUAKEOF until closed out. Repairs
keeps the center of gravity always at continue : 7
SLIGHT IMPORTANCEBy framework. Consquent'y have been commenced: ana will, Del ,finally to one in forty: :sir. I
the base of the :, Boilar Makers, Machinistsand
grewto
laillot, quite naturally enough
This II
rapidly possible.
as I
of the complete
the equilibrium pagodais ,
be the earnest opponent of bleeding; Founders.
Associated( Press. explanation will not interfere with business ,and I
disturbed,and this is the -
never will be but he was so ceaselessly:: vilified by II Steamship and Mill Supplies. ,
Sew York, Jan. President Zela- of the great age,of many of the store opmeJ every day,as II '
ia of Nicaragua telegraphed the As- usual. members of the medical professionthat Offle: Phone 919 ,(Street Wharf ;
ociatM Press to-day that the earth- them when from their height"one he became imbittcred toward his I IJn-ideuo Phone 983 Pensaeela, Klorida. f, r

V-ake at Mayasa: was of slight importance would suppose them to_be peculiarly FIRST NATIONAL' BANK SAYS i colleagues., \enrlytblrty years passed All Work Has Our Personal' Attention.Cojle : i

) that nobody was killed and: susceptible to the effect of an card- RATES ARE SATISFACTORY.In before Maillot 'saw: the complete trinrapb -, I I ,
only a few buildings ruined. J I Quake. of his Ideas. Doctors continuedto DONNELLY: & HATFIEL D MINSTRELS TONIGHT.

acknowledging' receipt of, The: bleed their patients: heartily :for.all I
----- - ", -- --- -,-, Journal's new' adertising rate card, 'manner of Ills. BunD I860 Maillot'waimde Donnelly & Hatfield's Minstrels. latter surpass anything of the ,kind

Always.RememSar the Fall Jlame Faacattve which went into effect January 1,: commander: ,of' the Legion of It is always a pleasure to announce ever presented In minstrelsy. And it :

feromo > ane & onevwyPHONt President W. H."Knowks, of, the First Honor and chief'of th$.medical 1 staff tofthe the com O',; of Donnelly & Hatfleld'sMagnificent %Is claimed its good humor' anal: melo-I Souvenirs
side.1
Minstrels which dy run over at the
Q.J. writes The Journa'! appearat
National Bank
erR ( 2Sc r'DlT. and his : :
.
French influence
8'YtFnld I the
naColclIaOa' acts are
; 2 D+IYI that the new rate, Is entirely satisfactory the opera boas* to-night. TheatreI Many feature' on pro-
: Inbrlcg fIr
with others. Ilg about : "
actsis
entertaining
and that their adertising will goers of this city have learned' to rely gram. One of the
--= ---------- -- continue ai usual. trial revolution! in.the practice of medicine -. i upon the promises of the managers "The Darktowa Circus" a 4>urlesqu -
I
,.So .t. This is the kind of letter which The was full ,recognized.. -Pearson's of this organization and people have l ? upon the most popular of
Weekly. .1 ; come''' to 'realize that the Donnelly; & American amusements the circus.
kindof
Journal likes to receive and the ?
I iHatfield Minstrels are Just a little I White one counts five the audienceis '
NEW METHOD LAUNDRY growIng-Is spirit it likes becoming'a to sea,eltyand'20thcentury Pensacola ,1 1 Is 'Alehbiade.. i[better than, the Doe nelly, & Hatfield introduced to all the ,accessories II We especially invite strangers -

enterprise is the only kind Tne brilliant! ,;:\rjrty' and dissolute Alcl- posters ana- ", the show in fact is just'and atmosphere that go to make up and visitors withinour
blades! Lad' one of the most extensive 'I a little greater than the words that I 1 a typical one ring circus. The en- '
that will shouldwl1.
*- W. MtVr/VCr. Prr/.fr. No 9 W..tH.mi.:a *.. **.t..i iII or ; experiences In exile that ever fell to: attempt to protray the merits of the'I tire company of forty people 'take I gates to call I ant see J i.

._ -- _. I the l lot of mail. While in command of organization. It could ,not be otherWise -i part in this act. The scenery' Is both. our line of eouxcnirs.. ,
--'-- -------- ---- \ realistic. This act is
direction and
= ; under the personal of gorgeous i
:
recalled t
the .Sicilian army he was to(
Fields. lelieved! by the Toledos impersonators -
,, Al G.
stand trial for the destruction of the This showalways affords genuine of animals, replies and amphibious -I : Post Carets, 2 for 5 ce"ts.I .
busts of :Hermes, an outrag that had, feats of
The give
I entertainment. melody of the monsters They '
THE PIANOS WE SELL ARE BUILT taken, place Just before his departure. i popular songs has preceded it Into contortion and acrobatic agility. I Orangewood Calendars, Pin
that his death Lad been determined shows
Knowing this city for its soars have been "Where the Moonlight Falls Sets and Match i
Cigar
Oilhe escaped to Sparta I II whistled throughout the country. a miniature landscape :with a full Trays

S I where, by adopting the manners of the i These popular song hits are offeredin moon and rippling waters where a ". Stands, 25 cents to $1.50.
r people in strange contrast to his former I the first part. It is eald that the company of darkies gather and do a 1

TO LAST A LIFETIMES [ style of luxury, he became immensely I II color, scheme and the "effects" ef the series of usances. -There Is a' monoLogue Rhododendron Wood Noel- ;f

popular. He engaged in mUl.tart by Tommy Donnelly and a musical I d d
'
= -- tc $1.50.
25 cents
I the -- "fete" by Crawford & Finning ties
operations ,against Athenians
;n The Tuscan Brothers Roman axe
and succeeded so well as to excite tbeenvy'of KING RUNYAN Burnt Leather: Goods,25centsnatfiture
builders in the world. They are manipulators will make their first
by the most reputable Piano I the Spartan leaders who ex-
!
the with this co n- ,
Kranloh & Bach: really masterpieces of f Piano, construction. The tone is beautifully paled;' him, whereupon he went ,to, Wolverfu 'Mi;; American prny. These appearance gentlemen balance,. jug- white grounds.

Lester full rich and sonant, the touch exquisitely responsive i f Persia and'lived there with a magnificence EngineAlso 'gle and throw rude Roman axes. ,
that astonished the Persians "While Old Glory Waves." disclosesa -

and Clutter. the mechanism perfect ,the cases beautifully designed and the II theu>s lvea.. He was recalled to( Athens series of spectacles representing the I'i.

in most artistic Buy to-day,pay when yoniike.Clutter with the same capriciousness that varied career of America in arms. :i.I i.
.
fittings every way The Racycle I '
of this popular organization
marked ostracism. pad;wa appointed The managers Bookstore
5--5- 'S----- -- S : commander lu chief- of all the We ,carry a Full Line of have made the vocal music i Coe's J
114-116 S. Palafox St. ; Athenian,forces, but, failing Iu l .anlm-: of their splendid entertainment one of j
Oldest and Largest Music House Phn15PENSACOLA : ortant'expedition was again sent General Sporting Goods its chief feature; Some' of the best| 213 S. Palafcl Street. '
business
Music House in black! face comadians in the
,_ r Into exile and was finally,assassinated, 'j
Florid ;. .... ..."' ....... ...'T :--- ii' Pew'a. -, 506 S. Palafox St. have joined I their forces.
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EXPERIENCE
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: ,, -- -= : 1 .. TTQt ': SIX;SHIPWRECKED MARINERS I

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J Daily. Weekly. Sunday. ': ,,- .' ,':'. 1 i

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PUBLliHED EVERY (Continued From First Page
.. MORNING EXCEPT
MONDAY I
a mast, they rigged a saIl
I was found that water, was gaining at able; them to make land. which (t

I JOURNM.- I tie rate 'of sx'.inehes an hour.' We All! through this fierce .

THE I II I I worke4 hard 'all, daySunday discharg- I had only the seven small strngthey ;;--.
I ing the deck. load wh n'- bout 3 o'clock ,of beef and one gallon of !

PRANK L. I I in the afternoon the British steamer I I they,had no idea how long water ad:
they
MAYES P* IDBaT AOT) ,GzzzAL MAnon. "- I H thbl1rn was'stinted; coming oar I have. to remain out Every Jar m
II
direction. Oar flag was hoisted union: noon, the captain would al
I parcel .
MEMBER down when! the,,steamer came in hail ema'l:l sikpply of the out
THE meat
1 1 ASSOCIATED, PRESS. of us. The captain could not renderus each a swallow of wat"r-not and fa p,

I any,assistance except) offer to takeus the jug-but from a tin can
the vessel not sa in:a
was
& SUBSCRIPTION off; but as whici he poured each one's
RATES a1!?!
', tirely' vaterlorzied and as -we were anc '
One : making 'gooy time In getting off the The
y..f$ men blamed the
f-----
:; Six Months .......... 2 50 00. I One Month,. ...... 45 I deck load we.'did.cot think it right to not having: left the vessel captain when f-v;,

1 Three Monti*........ 'i '25 |, l One Week' 'uuuu.. 10 I' lfav our' vessel until-' we had dene Heathburn spoke them*, and the
Weekly Edition.! 1ur.$! Oft :. all could to save her., thii
: we made It all the harder far
: Papers on Sala at all News"'Stands. \\9-;& "At 9 o'clock :Sunday night she list. I bear. him to
Then we got all I
4 etl out, deck' to)eat, ,
instruments tt'jjether! Washed Upon Beaci.Wien : .
navigating :
THE ONLY I the ; ;
PENSACOLA NEWSPAPER U"w'rt'"c" I""OM'WHICH' A DETAILED I V with baggage 'ws could collect in a they were washed upon tin

CIRCULATION STATEMENT CAN PE ,SECURED. I hurry and placed the same on the I beach, the' captain was in the s.era
,
----------- vLt'L bouse of the ship. Very little pro- steering and he was the only
: tisicns and three gallons of water who was aWe to handle hms1f, one th
; J JI Office-108 and 110 Eaat Government Street ; were in our, possession. Afterwards 'others belc; m the bottom of the

TELEPHONE 38. he vessel ,set up In 'her right position small boat so overcome by exhausts
and remained for about ten 'minutes, and benumbed: with roLl tha! (he?
1 '--'-- .: -iUN- -: rc5LAT814; th.n she turned over on her side, could not stand erect, As the fcn::

PENSACOLA, FLA.FRIDAYMORNING..JA.VUARV '-. 05 -. ., I I'I ? 'N '-. F StUm'N dishing, everything and everybody into was forced through' thesurf and
climbed struck the
; the wares. The men upon beach, the men were .(:j
:: -,her. sides }1n; tIme' to reach the thrown out. .the.* boat being split a-ide

. % Does Great Wealth : J \ iTij7': yawl boat which 'was on the davits, open and immediately! dasbcj: : ?
C1 # *I With lumber: 'anil: broken spars around pieces. So overcome were the tees.
. 4 WHERE THE JOURNAL Constitute Success? the hull, every precaution had to ,be that all they "could do was ta crawl
i
0 CAN BE FOUND. & taken to. keep the _boat from bein Gp on tae beach en their hands tit:
ft The pathetic side of great wealth : smashed, as we Knew It to be our. only knees away from the water Just tie-

The Pensacola Journal Is on was strikingly exemplified in the life 1 1l1RV9iiA i hope.. fore the boat struck the beach:: thi!
ft sale at the following places in of one of the greatest street I RN\\ I -We stayed ,around the hull until captain grabbed a email tin tobawo
railway
the city : I Nokomis
: \ Thurr/iay noon. When the box which contained their matches:
Bay Hotel. magnates\ of modern times.: Charles T. r ttrned' botorn upward in lattitude and .which they, had managed J to keep

Coe' Book Store Yerkes, who died recently in New' 28:15, longitude 88i.;; dry and he held it abate his hai

*" Depot News Stand York. practically: friendless, althoughthe : Without sail} or compass, except, s until he ,was, able to get away from

itX Gem Book Stor *, possessor of a fortune estimatedat :; S'a: : fl little piece-,of caflrass. we decided to the, water, when a fire was started,
Hotel Escambla. N.:5: .. ; try ,for the land.! AH) day Thursday i' "
Merchants Hotel. :- J15.000.000. The following, from rained so 'ws could not see the sun. 'The, Crew.,

Southern Hotel. the Savannah News, reviews his case :: We hardly knew where we, were going The names, of th* ,captain: and crea
Thompeon' Book Store. tf succlently; ? : but toward night the sun came are as follows* Captain R B. Bej.

Walker's Book Store. As the world estimates success _. : i.' -,, .. : out\ and we'saw, her set, As the wind! den, master::, Ceo. ,L.: Rjan. mate, Ja*
Charles T. Yerkes; whose funeral took was ,northwesterly made it to the C Rjaa4 Sam Gressman, Rybia Bod
*** HW J *JW! **TW H place on New Year's day from th2 east vwith braver .hearts cold' and den, Peter Johnson, and Frank Do,n

Waldorf-Astoria Hotel l in New York chiHeaJ,bodIes. For tWQ days' and two The last Is now in the hospital and
was a successful man He made a 1 1 nights! we made, for the east.; Satur. the others are at the Bay Hctel, "Seti
The Electric Railway number of fortunes and was a great day m6rning the,'wind, came out from the owners of 'the schooner, Messrs

figure in affairs In Philadelphia, Chi! the east and we cnads It to the north Christie ana'';' Johnson, had them sect
as a Country BuilderThe ward. sunday morning 'as soon as after their arrival The
New
z cago, York and London. He left .. immediately
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building of an electric railway a fortune the lowest estimate of. day cam? we observed; the shore, all present a most pitiable spectacs:
UNCLE SAM-IT CERTAINLY KEEPS 'ME JUST WHAT SORT OF STUNT I'M GOING TO
GUESSING did not know We had
which .. where we were. unnerved
Is and atmost utterly
from Pensacola northward a fran I $15,000,000. At the time of .;. ',r' are DJ
his death he was the leaner in the DO'IN ThISTFAETICULAR' SPOT. :Z to keep off, shore with great difficul their terrible experienceS?
chise for which was granted by the construction of an underground rail- __ ,: ?: ty. ,but at last a great sea cast us
Can't Account for Leak.
County Commissioners at their last f way system In London. Only four: ashore near St. Andrew Bay. We pro
"H N **m EARTHQUAKES.Cavie cured a few matches and maae: a fir:. The Is unable to
F: meeting, probably marks the first coaches, however, and a hack, which I i i ; captain account
4 step in the construction of a system contained his brother, followed his remains -I # -, J, .. We were almost frozen, toes, feet and for the leak in the vessel. She was
of to the grave. It would have V RAILWAY, KINGS *; THE, METRIp 3Y8JEM: ', of the Dlitarbsac O.e ef the hands. As soon as the heat '!got to us perfectly sound when she left Gal'!-
electric lines which will
eventuallylink been supposed that the remains of 'a i.; AND RAILWAY MEN.' -*'ft.: '. _:I ,.-, 1, :" t 4 World's. Mysteries. the pain we endured was terrible. port, having been docked at Scrantca::
together tae various cities, man who had given an observatory to -: *, Jackson' v- tile. Times-Union. .. The rarely delicate Instruments ,with Our limbs, swelled terribly. Two of I I had her bottom coppered and m
towns and communities of West Florida -the city, of Chicago and left works fart i: San Diego :Sun. ,'iI *"_ : : h'lch' the' seismologists-:the scientific the men 'who ,could manage to creep spected just previous ta loading it-
opening up new sections to comtaerce valued at millions dollars to the fro S. H aiong we sent inland and they discovered -captain theory Is ,that she must hire
and agriculture and developing followed to the grave by many friends I The school superintendents: of .FlorIda -now' record'and measure' the move "When we, separated, we were un las Gulfport harbor which stove a
P ; the natural resources of the country and acquaintances. And he'died in a The other day..,thirty ,labor ,leaders : must jpeeflo: i it that the chlldreri. m entfrithb'th'earthsstructurehitvelevealed easy, about; them: We could not go her pranking '

:: in a manner impossible by any other hotel notwithstanding the, fact that gottogether In Chicago and adopted I are taujhy-, (gfcetric,,s)6Um.wtytioijt 1 the fccj.that the "firm foun to them, and", they miserable., could ,not About come ten to Partially Insured.

: cleans. he finest owned residences! and occupied in New York two of the resolutions referring to President d lay; ,'perhaps,*, fta).teacher/ mu&t>> :1 f tIons'! ot.Mother, Earth are not firm o'clock us. W3 that were nlffhfc we'.heard footsteps The, vessel which, with her cargo,

: Numerous examples of the value of His career cannot be called city.successful Roosevelt's ,message in the whereas, master i it; first: It, will soon' ,be. the! at'all; thaftremors of some sort,are of an-af? afterward\ realized that four men is a total loss, was partially insure

electric traction lines are to be found one I if success Is measured a by and then ;Resolving that, "any Inter- standard sjstem t .:, of weights' and! dally',and'! l hourly' occurrence and that stood by us. At first we thought it the owners carrying a policy la

: in the northern states,'<, but they have things outside of .wealth! which men ferencg'wila tbe earning power :of the measures .for:*J\:'civilized p}" and! Jtls only, when the disturbance reaches was our own men,. but it proved to Lloyd's, of England .

: probably reached their highest development hold most dear. It is doubtful,: he raHroads will be detrimental ,to''"the America.vakkorui.to potter,along I II some degree of :violence! that It_can' be be. four m.fPni'J.he ,little S3ttlement : -

and greatest value to the had any close friends, and .it.-is,probable ;- railroad empjojes ,and make harder I i:'i ith- its costLil\ [:*nd';dUatorr systepi oftianlatinAteathe.pular dignified tv ith' serious ,attention. 'Astne who JisiJ come to rescue' us to, The Point of \'Ic-w.
and ox-cart
\ : had brought an along the [ of vlewWhe
't on point
: depends
that his acqaintances those compreh.fnsionrn&is ay\
: communities which they connect as were the -conditions'now existing andwouid' .I.I'I > vibrations In the earth's'structureare"transmitted" Convey Ufto' tar .town. 'We bad afire
he met ia his business undertakings Easier:t* l learn:thra: i iur. < .' said redectiveis."flbzt .
veil as to their'owners, in' the states men who )*e usedVs a 'bar towar any "f Jture through jthe earth, inItead to warm us, andt peopl! 'could meanT' she asked.
had no interest In him ,be; 'I Qld ,met d-.easier .topractice: ; of Indiana and Ohio, where hundreds jotta) what they could get out of him. movement: on our part for the' betterment and 'more finiljCc.lL/provides for of circumference and not be kinder.to,u$. Mr, Bell.:th gen. "Well, by tray of illustration." he an-

z of miles are in operation anal where Ills wife and children lived apart. from of wages or conditions, ana'( for t I Measurements'of,\.dUttnce,',weights! I Iolume. as they traverse great ,distances, the tleman in fcjiargeof, the mill, providedall swered, "there's Mrs. Jones next COT

eterytown: or hamlet through whicU: hm, and it is expected that, his wife ,this reason we are opposed to placingthe' ( .' 'and:iso' oeggway, yjth much center of' disturbance may be, many ab1 In." his! ,power' to. make us comfort who sings all day long. Looking at it
will his that is miles war. deep In the rocky framework !
contest will. cumbersome ,
readily escapes -
they pass has been benefitted by'their rate, making power ,ln the hands Takenj ; Hogt wn Bayou. from one point of view, we say 'Hap
of
There cannot be much satisfactionin te'meqr"a.; our: planetAccurate : ,
: coming,. to say nothing of, the Immense living the tort of life he lived even Of' any; commission." 4 One'taeer44'tJtbase.of the' ; metric ';..observations, such as those The town which the captain mentioned py woman!? and" from another, 'Un'aappy -

benefits derived by .the farmers though surrounded by all that wealtn These resolutions were signed by f>etem, and' feqtiaJ to 39,37 ,fn oes In made with .the'ieismograp'iodother abo'o'.wa Hogtown Choctaw.1 Bayou neighbors!

truckers and merchants along the can purchase. He must have felt all Geo W. Lovejoy, of the Switchmen'sunion length, or.it'1&3.3?'Indies longer thana Instruments, of the time, direction and just hatchee acrosa'bay.tb .: peninsula At this on place they

lines in the country, who are thus put the time as if he was regarded as an ; W. M: dark of' the Order of yard. 'One"kilometer a thousand amplitude'of the,vibrations enable the remained' 'until when they Such FriendljFriend*! .
yesterday
outcast from society and that he was meters _One :decimeter ls'a' tenth ota : Maude-Jact Huggms baa been canIng
4 in dose touch with a source of supplies Railway Conductors; A. GO't, of the investigators to fix with a considerable came to the city on the mail launch I
tolerated in the circles of social life meter; a centimeter one hundredth on rae for nearly three nsonth
as well as it market for their m' which he sometimes found himself Brotherhood of Railway Trainmen, ana' a millimeter one-thousandth' of a degree of accuracy the,point of the disturbance. which makes thai. ,plac;. expect a proposal soon Clara--Oh.

'. products. only on account of his wealth. And and P. J. Culkins, of the Brotherhoodof meter. This, for distance. The general run of earthquakes The Struggle a Fierce One. Jack never rushes things! It was! at

( Electric traction lines in those this wasn't on account of the fact Locomotive Engineers) For area the linear measurementsare may be classed as either vol. Captain Boflden said that when the least fire months before be proposed
that in his he served One canjc: in their origin or as due to slips
early career a squared meter etc.
states have not only been the means No doubt many honest railway em- as-square schooner' i l'Qed..qvpr the mall sail to me.-Chicago Xewb.How .
1
; short term in prison, for an offense, hectare S is 2.4Tlnch6s in area, and has or fractures in the earth's crust, the
of reducing railroad passenger tariffs for which it is said he was partly, It plojees will be seduced into makinfg 8Tdea! 100 meters in length. For3ights result 'of stress.By, far the greater which tfcy,carried' that. tor the had yawl nothing was I

;4 lietween competitive points fully fifty not wholly, blameless. but because of the same serious mistake of fighting one'; metric ton is equal to number belong to the latter class, those washed which away BO them they In making She Liked Him.
with
but have also cheapened other infractions of the moral code. he 1.000 kilcgraihjS or 2 0..6 ;, to ai4 "W lI, Maggie you, have now been
.; per cent, against the president when Is advocating pounds due to volcanic upheavals being, as a land. In Vder to ecure a piece of
freight rates In like proportion in addition He had a genius of making money a policy ,that ,will take arbitrary cne gram is: little mor an he may have enjoyed making it, grains and ,a' kHogram is 1,000 ,' husbandS'"Sober
Je to delivering freight of every power out of the hands of the I : gram' and area. On'the other hand, the boara' dived.. under the up-turned:
but if in his For more.
he. looking over career lUtmebne liter Is a little mum.n-Houston Posti
::4 description practically at the door of In his last days, could have had the few in order to protect all the -fights than a quart ,and a hectoliter I is 100 earthquakes due to the breaking schooner, and:with' his knife which cut away he i
On most of the lines of his of the earth! ttrata In regions of the earth & piece, pf the; mainsail
j the purchaser. opportunity living life over many. liters, or. a email barrel. with
and Satan 'love he
surface could
to the
brought woncease
,9. an hourly passenger and express service again, it is robabta he would have The president's policy does not ofeir.wid That is ,ali there is to it, and, we where there Is great ,diversity in the I I
of scantling
which, with piece for to be wicked.-St. Theresa.
\ IB maintained from 5 a, m. to 11 been satisfied with lees wealth if he a crippling of tne,earning power may as well try. to do, business witha surface, as'luthe vast ocean deeps or I I '
\ could have had more of other thic'gs, of railroads, and does not menace currency not 'accepted, by the, rest in those places on' the,land where the
1'i I-.' or 12 p. m, freight trains being principally for instance the lore respect and society the well-being of railroad emploje. cf the world as with a discordant system crust is turned up to'form great mountain .
operated during the night. In of his fellow men. What he demands 't that the people of weights and ,measures. We I ranges, are far more numerous -

an tie towns through which the lines of this country, through their overn- need to economize the expenditure of: and destructive.The fi ,
are' ment shall control railroad rates and thought to reach i C : : sea eeiasksrcca ,
maintained and required )
ij! f pass warehouses Hon. Horace Hood the,affablo ,and York _causes of earthquakes are bound
prevent rebates. a ,definite! resist, 'we .'our gw fsta i tie It, .
as economize I ta five at* t eilk.
and stored up'to large extent
1t wliere freight is unloaded brainy editor of the Montgomery the railroads with, the unsolved j :
-
So
long as are permitted
'
coney, or ourtime 7 we. must marcS ,
until called for the follow1nday.. Journal, who Is expected to announcehis to take the law into their own abreast of the processin if ,we, cannot I mysteries of.tbis globe upon which we 'Th@f! tic r":or.

1 At regular intervals through the candidacy for State Auditor. of hands and levy a railroaa: ) tax .on :all keep the] lead. What: will the dwell. and' until we shall be able to explore ". ,. ', :. .. Mcac 00

-I country statfona have been erected, Alabama In the near future, seems' to shippers-for that's what money collected Florida teachers do to put the,Florida.I \ :deeper into the interior than we **c wqrt! s1'ir' I!?:"! ";: sesEi-7:
: section 'lines to for hauling either freight or children on the, right business path?, have.yet penetrated'we must be con- FullestPi.il trjie.pc ia lot :.. '""'!Coo ''' tacea'
t1 generally at the be up against a hard proposition, will : -- -::
passengers really Is-just so Ions tent with the' inductive reasoning of !
whIch freight for farmers and country judging.from.,,the following from the railroad 'have the- to : : ,: :r aasaesreeeelteaaeewfIL
1 power
managers ? neuib.n&, the scientists. The Volcanic causes are ,.. &. .,. etrt" :,oo,;;. r=. ,.: I.W,
1 residents may be consigned, and columns of 'the Birmingham Ledger: build up'their:friends among shippers If yon were to take ap*rt an old pin- | Obvious enough; just as the railroads ... ; =: : = --

t: where it W unloaded by the. freight The Leader' had. an Idea that everybody and kill their off the men in competitionwith cushion you would find an astonishing {I, and iron mills set up so great a tremor I' ::..!!! i !;__ i _
friends .
I crews and delivered direct to the con knew Horace Hood. When a will be able number of 'needles in It ,To prevent I In the earth ,as ,to disturb the delicate = __, .__
And just long they
so 1 O&.D:>> ONr..Y. if'l'F.
'
s ,, signee. man is' talked of for high oMce, however to kill| off communities by :'discriminating !- this when you stick a needle'into'" th? observing and recording Instruments S. MELLEN t. CO..
effect of ,frequent trains ano where cushion stick it in slantwise not? of the astronomer and physicist whose w--' -a--- ,
9. One we see how' little fame' is worth. rates and rebates organ- ..; Corner Alcanlz and Garden. Phone 334
; rapid transit (for the schedule of the One uphere' he is ized labor gets strong enough to pro- straight down, for if put In pin fashion, station happens to be near them, so ,I'J
trains is about 30 miles an man says opposed tect its rights, And just so/long will it Is sure to work Its way Into the cushion .(.: the vast steam explosions which occaIslonally -'-:--
: electric ta Hood ....
.
: because a man who owns the the money kings who control the and get lost ; occur in volcanic phenomena ,
'
division of the -
hour) Is the larger Hood Building' don't need any office. railroads be able to sllenci any big '- create greater, tremors, which are dignified .

,, farms Into :smaller tracts and the I AnQther man says Hood is no good shipper who m?Aht hare the temerityto ClamMy H..*.. 1 i( by the name of earthquakes. The i I E. B ACOST4 & CO. Prompt delivery to any part of the

t erection of fine country hQmes along I and ,he, won't,support him, because he stand by the people'in any contest Clammy:! hands may te. Improved 'by', larger: cause'ia found, however the ,, city.Office

; the lines by men engaged in business I took ten bottles of his sarsaparilla against the encroachments' ,'wealth.of greedy, washing in very hot :water and:when'i I readjustments in the e rth's crust .:*.**. ,<.//Dee l.r. In and Yard-22 to 28 N Tar'SI5kIi.eI. 3si'

In the cities. Many of these residents 1 and it ,didn't cure him. unscrupulous. The place for and all presfctory employes Is, shoulder thoroughly dried. dusting with fuller's! I which are constantly going.on as a result ; : gona St. Peasacola.. Phone

workingmen who are enabld to other arth. A sprinkling of ordinary starch of chancing conditions of pres-
l; are Another accuses him of being tin to shoulder with all men COAL WOOD
own their own. places raise their own\, I ,who invented who earn their brad In the sweat of powdered and scented with,verbena or 1' euro" Such pressure changes may be AND.CE.!
.a hoods ._
man for ,
'
t vegetables and enjoy all the benefits women, the face and right back of' President tandalwood, in the gloves will also belo accounted for by contraction as the

!' country life. while still within ..I Ie and he otoesnt think a man should Roosevelt in his courageous fight for to do away :with 'the unpleasant 'feel-,,i cooling process goes on, by the gradu- : ... ......: ...................... ..... .. .......:
waste his time that way.So the peopK Ing f I al denudation oj( the continents by the r"
i. few minutes Journey of the workshops Horace Hood' down In the very heartof natural
may as well make Away deep processes of nature or by the
I of the cities, and at an expense for his announcement' and b gin a campaign things, the. fight of the people ,in Use: a Jardlnler as a receptacle for..j shifting of the ,atmospheric envelope. Ii BRIGHT SALESMEN i

ear fare no greater than If, they occupied { of eoJucation. Everybody don't America is not essentially different waste water in the roOm where ,you Tbe stresses and strains in the convoluted -

; a box-like cottage within the know him.If ., I f.om the' ftght'of nonproducing the people in czars Russia ire compelled to use' a washstand. Itt and twisted strata of rocks whiC'- : are always In demand.: The other kind may set a pia'1y' :

limits. a'alnst the for much prettier than the ordinary'unsightly make up the-earth's crust.must be 2 \ food luck but the emploser never pieased.. .
: city and grand dukes. It :is a ,fight '
The value of the inter-urban electric : an agent of the Equitable New I human liberty.And the fight here is receptacle belonging to the toilet i times vast beyond the power of O : GAS 'AfrG LAMPS, i
set. human
has been amply demonstrated for fredom of all who'work from the mind to imagine. When the I ., y
t line Florida with her -endless York or Mutual Life Insurance Companies giand 'dukes of finance and iua'us.try: i evitable slips and breaks occur ne t art/the brightest salesmen, of modem timeh. They art :

: and West gives a rebate on a premiumand I who are as much our overlords as the In wall coverings for the kitchen and i the,surface, whether on 'the land or .selling things nightly for up-to-date business men. :
4e possibilities will be made to -blossom Is caught at it, Grover Clevu- giand dukes are the:overlords pf the bathroom: paper with iin oil finish Is the oceanic deeps, the effect cannot but i 4 .

I u the rose** when the happy dar ar land, in his capacity of referee,, will i working, classes.of Russia. now preferred to varnish. It looks better j bef stupendous, ,The alterations, in the t TIf.r Bring Direct :

rises that: she, like many of the pro- pronounce the wretch guilty. For this and withstands the.effect of !.racist-. tutface! are often attended by appalling '
: northern states ia crosses'' in : Aim High; Sha t Low.Don't are just as welL : consequences to mankind-the ti Advertising Results :
: out-
1j gresslve he draws a salary of $12.000
pr annum. bashfuL Our Christmas At j' .
t tery direction! by modem rapid Isn't I lw rigut destruction of their habitations I forbusiness men and for th> city.! Not a mere .
Pretty good job It? I presents of town lots, automobile Ammonia Is said to be the'best : : display
either
transit electric jallways. vapor oy the mere violence of the vi- 1 but'-a'display salesman Our replies to all Inquiries
like are fully appreciated -
the
F pianos and ) disinfectant for use In cases of cholera brttlods the *
.
or by
of Tennessee's l engulfing power of 'Jntreat .
One you.
new Congressmen but will show a full line of
I ,
w or diphtheria. will free. a room from. the waves set In motion if the .
I Ex-Governor Odell. is named Finis J. Garrett. His heart-felt, old time thanks. for such I break
It's now up germs In two h urs.!
happen
to be beneath the
of New York
tL pyrotechnics he promised If his man priate' after he has been jumped on I them In. we have plenty of'empy!: store Shower baths are. considered l .tC: the changes are deep in the crust and : .. .

wasn't given the speakershlp of the a': few'times by the Republican majority I age room In fact more room than orating and hot baths will !lioN' fN' ,"'. possess but slight significance. fer the piftJ.l..'", 24 and 27 E. Garden Street. :

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of the master workmen of Rose Valley

\ ;J JIt 'made for pure love of It 'two carTed

gateposts 'for the entrance to the stoops.He .
took two massive logs and carved the I !

..e! it f 9 w .r 3 b r ( wit 'si Ms A T ps \ end of each Into a bear and set them
J where the lane leads off the main ;road.

They were one of the Joys and prtdts of i
the Tillage. But one morning the people | V
: awoke to find the bears'gone; sawed off r

f"f"I I ItJ the logs b7 vandals.. The whole com- i
& '
i manlty was stirred to Indignation by this '"' .,
ruthless theft. A vigorous search yeas | t r
Instigated and the bears were finally lo
\tJ r?zoo cated. Swarthtuore .College la Just oirer V
\ < w the hill from Rose Valley. Some ruCfcina a

Ill1/l/11/k it11 IIIiiIIIII"I IIGilljlf111I s t 1111111111111111 of the Phi Kappa Pal l Fraternity bad i

!i ,,, f. >3+ stolen the bears and had them In their t/
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I\ i ( clubrooms where they were found by '
I''I the constable The bears came back.-bat ,..
not to their posts; they are now In the f :
t Iw, Mt: ',r a +zo % Mxn. le i, Guild Hall aI.monumenta-to the refining t 1 ,f

Influences of college fraternities Al l
I -Bat the negative phase of the Rose Valley t .
spirit which was expressed In protest I :
at this vulgar outrage finds its contrast i
and verification In thee enthusiasm over t
, the Guild Hall which Is but another of > '

the old Stone mills converted by archltectnral |
POJEVALLEY 1iJ ITAP ''EI7 'I"IO N7NGQF'ITJDIJCO L"BY maple. .and consecrated labor Into !f

IffOTATING VACANT rJ1ZLJVIU' TffE'GUESTfoL1SSoa ; a most beautiful common house. Here the !

villagers meet one another without the
restraint Incident to assemblies at private i
.
homes; here the monthly fort-mote." or
town-meeting for discussions of mattersCaear2etl2atf i
drCecec& <<. Salt- dcKrde '
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( get aK cite cC JftjtfKt: tla < 1Tt ; annual restJ"lI10 ff'bb the whole ti
1 r1114l'C'", area tad c-pll.-.t-eu.
1anpretentioae IN'me4f jM'
little station 13 miles south. r
\ aye ate, to the present namber of nearly 100. V
i west of Philadelphia turn down the road The Guild flail Is a communal possession.! ;

tn the,1pt ana come to a point to\ aDtth It way rrjx>o6e(4, JlD)cbea, decorated aDd JJ *
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toe road forks you will see an artistic famished vrlior. t y tore labor. Almost r
\ i ))tt)> finger-board pointing down the hili.I every man In Rose Valley did some actual ;t
I' 1 bearing the inscription: "One-half mile to work upon It lust for the Joy t Itt.. 9
} '+SYaA The communal Christmas tree last Yuletide
( ) Kose Valley." The hill Is thickly wooded I M >
r 'r '
the first since the hall was !finished
\ at this point, but when you baTe gone e
was like a holiday frolic and a dedication
on a few paces, and rounded a little knoll j ... ,Y 'V ? of the beautiful common boost -
kll
Rose Valley lies before .you. Although .;wn"vA ya64.a" >:Ay, But the great social event at Rose Valley
,
?
there are no massive mountain peaks I is tM New' Year's festival. On the

thrusting their white points Into the blue 31st of last December the Gelid Hall ,was /

to accentuate the attractions of the valley the scene of this annual community eels \| V
bratlon. AH the and dosen visit \ '
village a
I t there ;yet comes to one In looking ll : -IiI\-w tors were present At about 420: when I i

\ at this Pennsylvania landscape a feeling the company had assembled the Christmas -'/,

singularly; akin to.,that engendered by the,, tree candles were lighted. The Illuminated ,
first view of some of the most attractivetl tree', with the blazing logs In the

\tl of the Swiss valleys. big fireplace, helped the holiday, cheer.
\'tl Charles Batten Loom! says that the The children of the local klndegarten sang

most Interesting thing to be seen In Europe songs: about the tree Every family had
sent presents to the hall for the children,
i, Is the American tourist, and travelers
which were distributed to the happy
\ returning from' the Orient say the
lAYtr youngsters by Alice Barber Stephens. At
only blot upon a Japanese landscape ,I. 7 o'clock the company sac down to the I
tbe house built by an occidentaL Perhaps community supper after which the tables }

\t the charm a Swiss valley holds for one, were cleared,. the chairs rearranged and a i

\ springs from the fact that the contributions concert given upon the stare, followed by
,.. a one-act play enacted by Rose Valley actors. ,
made by man there do not affront
The old was watched ant by
Dim. Such Is undoubtedly the charm of year
t those who stopped to conclude the festivities -
\ this little Pennsylvania valley, at the bottom : Y? I'Cx ?70tuE: tAz.LEyQ.J3EAI3J 'E JlPLEN JJYcJT ::EIY7:1 l2En:017: L.EJ:?nOu.JE AT JZa: WLLEYorVr1.IDTli110E'E ., with a dance.
of which winds Ridley Creek. All
V Although talented visitor to Rose Valley -
about here Is historic ground with traditions never fail to make their contribution '"'
ii
t of Washington and other revolutionary to Guild Hall functions yet there la so

\ heroes; and yet, though BO closeto much talent-musical, dramatic: and literary
the great city of' Philadelphia theworld their elaborate town residences and areliving i has a rare and distinguishable quality. I -of exceptional quality among the

curiously has moved past It. among simple things of a perma- John )Maene master workman at flossValley I residents themselves that they seldom can
value. With them in this beautiful ; Import anything better than that they already
frt
\ nent
Forty or fifty years ago Ridley Creek is Instructor In wood carving aud have. The children! of the Valley
\ with Its modest little SS-borae-powef. was valley there Is ,already a commu- modeling at the Drexel Institute. are growing up to know and appreciatethe ,

' turning the wheels of a number of small nity of nearly: one hundred permanent W. I' Jervls. master potter author of very best things lu art. music and literature ,

mills. The principal Industry was annfftnaklng. residents. The Encyclopedia of Ceramics" and for they see Dud bear nothing
\'t The past' four :years-since; the April
Around these mills at attractive 1 other authoritative works on pottery, eUe.
points of vantage clustered stone houses. morning upon which Price and McLana- rt K 9.6 k moved last year from Corona. Long Island When one contemplate the life at Rose
,/ ban "discovered" the valley-have worked and established himself at Rose Valley he finds hlm.elf wondering why ,
Both walls
houses and mills
were given
a,transformation- These men lost no time Valley and has already produced a mat all people do not live this way-at any
\ like those of a medieval castle. It was In going about their project, and the glaze which Tiffany3, pronounce tue finest rate all who can. It brings a RUle of i4

before the present era of cheap,and shoddy project grew and expanded -and took on rc..i st I. ry4. they have ever seen Mr. Jenls'work Infinite relief to get away from the dyspeptic +'

structures. such Interesting forms of expression that Is of the nature "directed accidents conditions of town houses crowded ; (b
( Polite society, abandoned enuff-takipg Rose Valley bide fair to become the ," each article produced having Its with indigestible goods Into a place where r

\ and the snuff makers abandoned Rose Valley principal life-Interest of' these Idealist own particular markings impossible to every decoration is made with a coherent

J leaving their stone houses and their in art and social construction. duplicate so that every piece of RoseValley purpose and not designed merely to hide r
t pottery may be considered unique. something or fill a :ap. There Is no difference -
J stone mills empty of machinery and all In July, 1901 the Rose Valley Association" + tone
human chartered under Pennsylvaniastate Tbe recent Jervls exhibition lo Philadelphia In essence between art and life;
occupancy.For was
\ "for the of encouraging was received with acclaim both by Is simply the expression of the other.
20! years Rose Valley was a well- laws purpose I
the manufacture of such' articles involving those who are rather prejudiced In favor All the confusions and misunderstandings
! nigh deserted village and the waters, of artistic handicraft as are used of traditional standards and those ID about art come from cutting art off from

Ridley" Creek rippled away to the sea iu finishing, decoratlu and furnishing of whom any fresh Individual note struck life and regarding. it as a. thing apart.In .
\ without turning a wheel. Its possibilities houses" Thus even in three mouths'theIdea A ,o p n+ e is likely to excite' entbuslalm. Rose Valley art is life: and whatever

dynamic being too limited to attract I IJ had grown .In the winds of the Besides the furniture and tbe pottery of life is there consequently takes on + ,.,

J great factories of modern Industrial. founders from a mere place of agreeable there ht I the print shop, where books are naturally and unconsciously the art ex
Here the wild roses grew nnplncked residence to a place In which a purposeful made and from whence there Is Issued pression. The children express art ideas J"H

\ riotous profligacy# and the valley justi work should be Uoue.-< every month a beautiful little publication! i and principles In their play.It '
I'n Seventy Scream the heart of the Valley called the Artsman a chroiiicle' Rose may be asked In these days of social .
ll 1 I Its name; the name given to it In a carrying the -water-poaer rights and aU Valley life and a brief of Its aspirations revolution what Rose Valley is doing It I

of admiration by the first Epis the stone mills and houses, were purchased 4 and what of beautiful things the chops for the crowd. The answer is that ROM

bishop of Pennsylvania Bishop at, one* .by tbe association and are making. It has a publication office! Valley is not trying to do anything for '
options were secured upon "desirable land in Philadelphia at 1624 .Walnut street the crowd. It must be Judged by the

One day In the early spring of the year adjacent. Work was ut puce begun; Iu 'D ; rUCTfrrU.f? L.rrOP AT E Q7E VALLEY and Is edited by another devoted spirit- thing It Is aiming at, and It alma only to ,
t 1901 two men of Philadelphia on a Sun the direction' of Improvement.. Tile Horace Traulwl. one of the literary executors enrich life In one spot. Yet such a community i

day morning tramp came to the brow of" houses were remodeled water and drainage of Walt Whitman, and the editor may unconsciously shadow forth
, the hill and looked down Into tbe supplied ana isodern conveuitucm In of the Conservator a monthly publication In a modified sense the type of the corni;;:
valley.They
stalled. Tbe four small stream or l the magnitude of whose influence Is lug Industrial civilization. may disintegrate :
were Will) Price and Hawley Me- brooks emptying into Kidley Creak were doltfinji a penchant for r tb.>rlciui: trod to Jive and work Jn; people who understand munlsm ]s only a barrier against the out of all proportion to the: number of Its eventually and utterly fell, and 'I

t Lanahan. men of some means'and considerable taken for the water supply and were another Iliac It la a paten|;.1:5tl.: r:,ct eme the! artistic and temperamental plundering of community values.by possible circulation.The yet be prophetic.For .

Idealism. Both had built pa- found to possess lu the powerto for the.putpose'of furuUhtitg stereotyped, values and who also aspire to produce land peCUlator Everything else present year has brought to RoseValley the richer the general life at itoaeValley

) latial residences of their own taste and operate pumps large e ough tu UU'II.tldle1 lift. happiness: to needy persons; ; from another; : soIDl'thlug'rorth while" Is left to, the''I'OUtlon' of the Individual as a permanent 'resident Alice may be the richer the Individual

choosing in different desirable parts of the water to the level o/ the house' the that It Is en enterprise 111'no..' estate r Then If you liked you might do one of resident, echo may or may' not take part Barber Stephens, the artist and illustrator life which partakes of It must be. It Is ,

f the city; both were artists in temperament } Creek and ;It. tributariesthe city looking to_tee establishment of .'.. owoJf| these things; you might buy a site In thevapey In the social lift the -community as his who has given the world such delight the Idea of the Individual: life poured Into
and only stream wlthli 13; / and inclination "dmlt. by her exquisite Illustrations of Roy herd and receiving back the
both were, expressing their uyestuffs. Kidley factory town and from another (bat its : for your home and studio aad buildto time the common
not polluted by Gilson's short stories And other selfish lodl11'
lives that is Rolfe riches which mere
\ In the profession of architecture I Creek state a* tlm one mere of the countless'ezperiweutr your taste; or yon might lease the TbfrelI one further reservation by the drawings for Harpers and the other leadIng Infinite can obtain. There M'
"Hawley" said Price "how would you i water supply to Vtown of 11e\lj end IP con:muniam. ground of the association for the same association, however and that: Is the magazines. There is a peculiar tenderness vidual striving never communism. But those
like to take an exquisite vale like this purpose; or yon might go and live at Rose Valley seal lor crafttrademark.." childhood la here no Imposed
crystal hose these in her conception of have already -
Is ..,clear as .Ut-11s no one of things. to Rose Valley
and beautify it and live in It.. !getting entirely dollars.. Us entire the Gnest-House. tree from cares ofhousekeeping It is a conventionalized: rose with the hold of the heartstrings immediately who have come
thousand nlich gets In common
Twenty-five The asBoclatlou! undertakes tbe Iyndurrtlon certain things
) away from the tyranny of mere wpend- the first year and do your work in a letter V In the'center, and It Is meantto iir. Stephens 'Is himself an done an4Jhl'1
capital stock, was or manufacture or uotblu'g wb4ta'Y"'. Into of stand for honesty and quality of and found peace and Joy therein
things and fitted a one
choosing your own neighborsT" the purchase ot tbe shop or studio corner ; material who has made a valuable and la
In artist and more
I "I'd like It." answered McLananan. by the association H ,the buildings Neither U It a scheme! of benevoleueen It of 'the old mill buildings where alreadyare and workmanship, Anyone coming collection of American Indian costumes will co-operate more
"I'd like to spend 'an hour at your house land and the, alteratlou being set aside: :1* 11 simply furnishes Kose \"all\'), .all). lu w the furniture bop, the.pottery and a to work at Rose Valley as an individual' unique, weapons and curios and who devotes certain general directions as time directed goes.
) occasionally without paying two hours on 15 acres of the tract The largest of the.old far us it cau. .equality of tt"t'IP1tfr; ; ) number of the other crafts. may stamp, this seal upon his product himself to representing Indian Ute on and the advantages of effort so
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trolley cars or In cabs as the penalty, permanent park.mllla was remodeled into a The rest is left to luJIlduIn1tllul,': Dot there It'-one thing you cannot do without charge as soon as he demon In all Its phases. Their bouse, just completed are reallxed-
and I'd like to get away from the house stone snuff but artistically flnUUed. It Is not an attempt tu wake\duytbtpg/ ; wish. profit, and that Is to speculate In strates;that ',the character of his work at Rose Valley Is a good example "Why should not a comprehensive circle
theta being Inflicted on the landscape In Guest-House, simply with g.uerou-, aud It is. merely cu.'Hort to let suui tbl ;g Rose Valley land. Rose Valley does not entitle film, to it. Tb* association is the of what the architectural genius of WillPrice of shops gather here do work all of them
view of Every timeI anti equipped grow Ijy furniahiag farorible t-o Jltioo.. of this. Its object Is to have bUlL the same high standard enjoy and
) my,screened plazsa. It made aIJ ideal. wish to have Its social life marred or judge every can create out of au old stone of
look In that direction I'm In danger of 'comfortable furniture.livingQuarters',during A number.of rich men bai-e-offtred. tasui-y destroyed 'by land grabbing Hence In product marketed from Rose Valley Its Interior with the large and fascinating dignify the Rose Valley seal In common
hydrophobia" luu aud, agreeable tee Individual for establlsbiug luduxd!t..* jit Rose.1'ul- every deed of laud sold outright the I steps honest 10' Its ,value and worthy of studios of both Mr. and Mrs. live like human beings with room to move
reconSt1'Uctlon'ot breathe ana- i
"It would be fun" added Price "to the Is the public: hostelry tey, but their offers have heeu lecilue4. privilege Is reserved to the association tobuy : all confidence.Tft Stephen on different floors, and the ex- round In and decent air relations to wlU .the
) take these old stone buildings and workout houses, and today where people may etna It is uot the object to rstsilteb a frtptori'town. buck the lAnd, at the same price at Idea of a village made up wholly quiche harmony of the living-rooms. Is tilts necessary trade do certain things la ,
a harmonious scheme with, them. of Rose Valley., visit the local shops. or Rose VaiU-y doer uo| want inoDvy wishes It Is fcotd, should.reiidtoce lu Rose I of Individuals. Interesting because of satisfying to the art'sense of the visitor.It conventional adding to the gtaces and }
They readily to at any time w It wants nicrn aunt women pC tai quality dlacontinutd rather be that community common for
would lend themselves and restful' xVaJJey Have to be fur any what they are than because of will readily *een a of domestic economy
artistic .effects. We could make homesof simply to enjoy: ,tbe peaceful and fee that art and -craft oec-uputiou cl6 'tessep Houses built upon leased land what they hays 1$,'already In the advanced of such spirits as are already established reducing the angles unpretentiously,
) the houses and studios and workshops atmosphere pf tae settlement Inhabitants. It i. not a glace t,. ii. l* 41iot-worcit : way, of course, be sold If desired aid stages of realization: in this beau' at Rose' Valley contains within Itself all and so. In its own notions way of Its own slgniflcanee -

of the mills. When we had the Job finished society of Its Interesting bangs sign II a place to go and lays ro?r',work. the lease transferred to the purchaser. tlful vaJe. "And one senses the psychologyof tte element of that ouch-mooted; thing with no exaled make a demonstration of prl- ,
, we could go gunning for agreeable Before toe main tjoorwaj" ;; wth| you The studios and shops with water power It the .moment" ho enters therein It called society Individuals whom the asks Horace TraubeL Which,
1 neighbors and come and live her our of quaint 'design. welch reads: Suppose you were 4 tu artl t. oe\1. I ltustnltot. ). art rented: .to Individuals as desired the Is immensely stimalatlng to a sensitive wealth and fashion of Philadelphia and vats faith? la all that Rose Valley started -
selves Everything we care for In town "Food for the Hungry cr a worker lu !\WI"I., _. rla reataU going to pay' the interest ou the temperament and ''a fostering Influence the bewildering army' of toft-hunters' so to speak.
b less than a half-hour away." Hrlok for the TUlrsty. poet, living lu the al'rIIltll': "' stlua*: $:: ,.t.w capital stock of the associationTld over the real social: Instincts always eager to wine and din here lira out to doAnyli0. which have
lit "All right," said McLanahan; -let's And quiet' |Meet at tae .jiUeic of I'liijlstiuUiu and u;;UujtTii"( Interest la limited to ;5 per cent. Everyone la Rose Valley has pride In simply and beautifully each contributinghis "'. In Will the four Price yean and Hawley Me- ,

do it." Kose Valley_Guesthouse. town anti that you wjiu)...t (n set Aplace snit everything stove this in tbe way of the*''Re** Valley furniture', and lingers; or ber share U the common life of the elapsed since came Into ROM Valley at least

Today both of these men are living at One must pays visit t* Rose Valley! to to live lu and do yoorbanuouiou w'ork.nnlli,' 'r. iVun*. front wnatcver source goes Into moreor leu lovingly, over every new and 'settlement.And Lana baD dreamed that April morn 1
Rose Valley, One of them Is permanently dispel the conflicting.rumors about It that uriouudiug ... Uu..111.:1' iuiprovi-meuu of vain to the common life beautifulvdeslgn which.tbe enthusiasts of a real spirit; ,Of true commnalsm the dream they tale: they have the society
has come
t established In one, of the 'remodeled 'pass current Itt ,tbd. rl *s c* Philadel would ay to you "JI re .is n, pa'; 'of utut valley* the. shop may turn out The furniture unquestionably appears wherever people Ing longed for and they do not have te 1
houses; the other Is occup1an: a remodeled phia. From' one-you learq'that It. U a ,sided fur you by people uf your<< Fu'a'>;.,+,h ft ;"wfH therefore be 'apparent, that the shop. Is .cov. in the third, year'of its operajlon. associate upon simple numan conditionsnot they ride on trolley cars to get to 11.i .
house ,'while his permanent home lat plalthh ''of two thrc-* ,nca men 'in- T people who want such a (I l4 tJh.1."h'C'. cxent of Rose Valley's artificial eom: add'ta tamed out furniture, that ganged by their Incomes. They come
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Springfield.. :Those in thp party. were;! 4 -- ,

I Mr. anj Mrs. W. W Douglass Miss r- f.1 '1 'Painless; Natura'Childllirth.
I PEOPLE AND EVENTS Kate E. Jones,*Mr. JQhn P.Conoly, of F :4tMO .
Plnsacola, Miss. Heln, Johnson,,:Master : f.Babr; *;cow*"*lato the world should be preceded by a certain preparation oa, :
Douglass Johnson and'.Master :Wil-; TheMt- the part ef every' -omn.who'zpects to become a mother. >Sbe owes it as a
Ham -Wallace Douglass. Jr. Mr. and daty to)aer | '
every neaps within her {xi,*er to aid his entrance into the world.. Baby
Seen, .Heard and Done Among Those "Who ( Mrs. W. P. Douglass entertained the :Special to The Journal. help himself 1 in this ordeal therefore mother must. lie has a hard enough cannot tin'.eafter
Go. Come same party at dinner '.to-day-Jack' Men Atmore Ala.. Jan. 4.-A. quiet butyCry his arrival, so let us make his coming easy. His health in after life depends I

and, TarrY---Women and Society.-Here and Elsewhere. sonville MHropolis. Contented 'pretty' 'home wedaJng: occurred {really.upon. the manner of his coming: would you have your child a cripple,or
r ". at the ;resldenced of Mr., L. Hanks would.yon have him a tower (If strength? Strong men are but

: Mr. .L. W. Morse o. .New. York.City, Dee 27th. ':win his daughter. Miss grown-up children; a famous surgeon Vienna. is devoting his
I By E. NELLIE life-work
BECK Telephone 669 Dock- to the cure of little helpless cripples,deformed by
j j.MRS. Mr. Geo.
the Lulawas wedded to [ '
is la Pensacola. guest of Ms birth; do not allow your child to become a cnpple.
brother-ln.Jaw. Mr. Wm 'R. Johnosn.A are usually' the best fed ens. The attending couples were Mr.

: nen. if' :you live hero LutherBlanton with Miss Ethel
BRUCE ENTERTAINS :Mary Morgan Miss Ruth and Miss Nichols and Mr. Walter: Hanks with Mother's Friend
WITH LOVELY TRIAL WILL SHOW YOU WHY you live welL. bride was ( I I,
CARD PARTY. BIgby. The
I I Audrey Coons Miss Maude and Miss Miss.Annl.. ? .
)Ira. IL F. Bruce entertained Blue Ribbon Lemon and Vanilla Ex in cream and the :.
very Modeste Muller, Mr. Jchn Muller. Mr. beautifully 'dressed
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Is a Eminent! which will forestall
friends. :: of
any possibility
tracts have many Ask for accident
delightfully with carJs Thursday atternooa -,I William Broughton Mr. Clyde Rich- so brldesmlads wore gowns of pink. : birth; that 15,it relaxes all the abdominal muscles and at
Blue Ribbon Vanilla and it plain. Only the Best tissues.
from three say this their future b
o'clock. wake
will and
I Lards, and Mr. Gale Allen. Dainty re- They l permits of an easy access to thechil& It eases the mothtr.s
There were six tables of six hands jfrzsbment* were served. home, .We wish for them a long and _, pain,and .c. assit nature that when baby comes be Start,
euchre and the games were interesting I I I SOMETHING I ( happy life.. out in life with a constitution well able to tight life's battle*.
I NEW of everything is served after aweek's Ii S and to blooio into strong pare manhood ttut is the
throughout. Additional Interest was i The Epworth League of the Gad- SciiooK opened: Monday *conuo-t
and of mother's
i delight true heart.
.bt added by the fact that this was the first j eden M. E. Church will hold a. business. :: I here and i n the most : vacation with several new pu- One dollar is every the price at all drug stores. Send for

: i Ume Mrs. Bruce has entertained since:. meeting this (Friday) evening immediately .- IN A PIANO PLAYER rJeaslng'man pBs All seem to be taking a new interest p book on "Motherhood." ,It U free. our
she and the genial Doctor moved into aftsr prayer meeting. \ in their studies, much to the

.I their lovely new home on North Bar II'I delight of thg teachers. Brail field Regulator Co.Atlanta Ga. .

., celona. Mr. and Mrs. Gerhard Rolf formerly Messrs.. W O. Signers: and Uttles
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-1 The scores resulted In Mrs. Holland Miss are building a new residence in town 'J::
Gonzalez have left the Escam-
I way of a piano player has been received .to ..>> .. H
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for Mr.: J. C. Smith. We are glaa ...SS H"Htf$- .>>
pt capturing the first prizs. a set of beau-,I bia and are pleasantly located with by Clutter & Rushing at 12
4 tifuly hand-painted bread-and-butter Mrs. N6rtbup, Spring and Kandy Kitchen Cafe tave: our: country filled up with such WATCHES *
corner East Government .street. It is what I etergstlQ people. DIAMONDS, JEWELRY,
plates. Gregory. is known as th.3 "interior piano plajer" '- I '
The consolation a charming watercolor Mr. J. B. Hogeboom The I1QurnaJ'srepresnbtlve CLOCKS PRECIOUS STONES BRONZES I
,
I manufactured by/Jacob Dole; and I 104 S.Palafox.. Phone 999 is working for new J
ir in a pretty frame went to Mrs. Mr. George Harris and :Mr. Clarence U is entirely invisible being ) cated subscribers and the R. F. D. and Is 1 STERLING SILVERWARE
Snperveille, of Havana Cuba. while Robey. of Milton, were guests of the on the inside of the piano. t I welL has traded off his |
He
the' booby a dainty lacquered tray. I r Misses Gold while in the city Wednes The instrument,is the first aid only doing bone: for a ,larger' one on account of t ART POTTERY OPTICAL GOODS, \
!went to Mrs. Northup. day. one of its kind ever received in Pen-
,, The only decorative scheme the i is deal I the bad roads. ; CUT GLASSWARE. *
i was 4Mr. sa-cola and attracting ,a great : from Mobile and
., Mr. Sam Bratt
pink an.1 white in the creams and I Stave Allen is in Mobile for a i of attention. The piano can be ESCANBI OYSTER DEPO'. Messrs. Will and Henry Bratt from

cake, and an interesting and effect- few days on a business trip. : played either by hand or by means of:. Phone 1210. Baltimore have come down to spend i ,
; tlvely novel feature was beaten biscuits i I the music roll and the change can be I "
f cut ia hearts, diamonds! clubs Mrs. Manuel Canizas and daughter,i I made almost instantly. Lovers of!i Fine Perd-do! Bay Plant and Escanv A month bird hunting.The people: have been Engraving and Fine Stationery. I

t end ,spad2ar served with the delicious Eoline, of Mobile. are visiting her I I music are invited to call at Clutter| bla ,Oysters at reasonable, prices. visiting: light our"fingered neighborhood and stole i

luncheon. brother Mr. L. P. Schambeau, on East i & Rushmg's. ) look _at it, I Mrs. Horn. I
t C. Tabarras & Co. $75 from
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Those paying' were Mrs. C. F. Jackson. -
I Misses: Belle and Ophelia Rigby Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention *
Marsh. Mrs Wheat Mrs. McK Mc- ;
I PIANO AND ORGANS. and Ethel Nichols called on Miss El '
; Lellan. Mrs. E. E. Saunders. Mrs. W. The many friends of Mrs. Jos. I.,! Cash or eay terms. Airplane timing The sit Smith Sunday evening and all ,
t: 3L Northup Mrs. Ben D. Beers Mrs. Johnson of 28 West Romana will be' and repair work guaranteed. LatestFad. went for a ''walk and found, a lot of
tt :iW. R. Johnson. )Irs. Bleeker Forbes, pleased to learn she Is recovering from BEAUTIFUL COLLARSin 'huckleberries.The I
'irs. Holland Mrs. Hal Forbes. Mrs. her recent severe Illness. I' CLUTTER & RUSHiN/s, the most eiqulait;, designs for Journal man experienced a bad I E. O.' Zadek Jewelry Co. |

:iW J. Forbes Mrs. John C. Aver, I 12'E. Government. Phone 478. Ladies and Misses from lOc to accident jesterday. His horse bogged I Itf&v

1 "Mrs. Camp!) 11 Avery Mrs. J. R, Kel- Colonel and Mrs. Tarbell are now I ?1.69 each, down between Atmore and Mr. Brit $ MOBILE, ALA.

h1 ear Mrs. Gus Eitzn. :Mrs. Mallory located at 515; We t Gregory.Mrs. LEGAL PHRASEOLOGY.! Mrs. Nordstrom's Millinery Nichols's anj.' It took five men to get : ###'*H ##X* "' Hi!" ...:
r Kennedy Mrs. Bellinger. Mrs. H. G. I /lt,, him put. .
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I Lama'r. Mrs.: F. W. Marsh Mrs. Super- tendencia street left Tuesday for I| Court Practice Mea... : I _- _, ,. I] -a'flnaftlme at the numerous par I S

Knowles, of Mrs.Havana.Fernald Cuba.Mrs.Miss Reeves Ju'ia several Montgomery weeks where later going she will to Cana spend]!!.i.I i, To most witnesseth persons the is phrase as much This Greek. Indenture ,f : ties being and gIven! other entertainments now 'I DON'T' PUT THAT WEDDING OFF !

Mrs. Arthur Stillman Mrs. T. .F. Mc- She will not return until her health I,( as the other common phrase "Witness ill DELTA I ._' __
Gourln and nieca Miss Gilchrlst. of is improved. i The Original: 1III
.: Waukon. la.: Mrs. Frank M itch e.l."Irs. !, I my hand and seal" Yet both are relics r Foley &' Co,. Chicago originated Don't wait till 'jou get jich to get marritd.I Many of the *

1l M. E. Clarke Mrs. McGIbbon, Mr. George:) H. Beall. of New York,: of a time when these legal forms car-: f Honsy.and>Tar as 'a throat and lung happiest: homes in Pensacola are furnished on our 4
Vi Mrs. Thlgpen/ Mrs. L-yman. Mrs. John spent the holidays with his parents,I| tied with them a significance not obtaining remedy, :anon, account of the great

ET Stillman. Mrs. J. Waltr Higgins, Mr. and Mrs. Egbert B all. at present. Special to, The Journal. merit and popularity of Folej's Honey

1* and Mrs. Lewis Willis. Legal documents ware once- engrossed Dz'lta.II' n. 4.--:Mr.:\ ana? Mrs. Caio and Tar many imitations are offered BUY NOW PAY LATER PLAN. \

-+- Miss Yetta Zimmer of :Mobile sis. upon parchment because'paper cost were the pleasant 'guests of Mr. and for: the genuine. These worthless Imitations -
A MERRY PARTY ter of Mrs Edward For .heimer. and 10 much more than dressed skin. The have similar sounding names. I
dt NEW YEAR EVE. an acompllaheJ pianist and vocalist I parchment! was seldom trimmed exactly Mrs.. C. L Creigaton Sunday last., Beware of them. The genuine Foley'sHoney'and Couples with wedding: data ahead are urged to come in *

Ii A merry party who saw the old year is the guest of Mrs. Dave and the top 'was scalloped with Mrs. J. Thomas and little daughter Tf is In a yellow pack- anj see us Special inducements for complete outfits.Bedioom 4

h out and the nw in. gathered at the Dannheisser'j the knife; hence the term "This In-' Carrie were the 'guests of Mrs. J, J. age. ,Ask, for'it anI refuse any substi suit $20.00 up.MARSTON. :

.i !home of their friend Miss Violette The friends of denture." Even where the lawyers Eryarg' Monday. tute. W. \. D'Alemberte druggistand

Gonzalez. Charles B. Parkhill will be pleased to have departed from the.custom, still Miss Lillie Shupe visited Miss Anna apothecary.! i & QUINA |

-; Towards midnight a delicious sup learn that their little son. who has obtaining in England of using parchment ,Creighton Sunday.Mr. ,
per of sandwiches coffee cakes nuts been in a Baltimore sanitarium for I McKinnon has returned to his .
4 t an:! bonbons was served. several months has now so improved for their legal forms the phrasehas school after spending the holidays. at | 108x110 Palafox St. Phone H8. Pensacola, Fla. *

Then the New Year was welcomed that with the aid of a cane, he can I been retained.In his home in De Funlak.. I GONZALEZ/ 1 I ISpe .. ....... .. ..... !
; walk about. the same way the signature of I.......+... ..+* .+ ++ + + ++ + + .
c. in with music and vocal solos by I Ifesrs" Mr. K. L. Jones and family spent
: ) lanatiua and Abraham Diaz.!I i -+- "band and Real" is a relic of those olden New Year's day in Penea.cola'wtth i i

1;., Prof Fran', Ellis. Miss Vjolette and I: :Mrs:\ W. L. Za hary and sister Miss I times when only clerks and the relatives.Mr. I.1 to The Journal. *
I
., '1 Miss Wilhelmina Gonzalez. Also with Ullle .Appl gate, returned Wednesday clergy could wield the pen. It was the Orlow Grubbs' of Pensacola 'Is Gall
Miss Ever-
Jan. 4-
Gonzalez.
much merriment and grand discharge I evening frcm spending a delightful custom for the contracting! parties to visiting his -gra. thn6ther'. 'Mr!'!. '5V4P.3ernlgan. heart 'and Miss. Lavada Brown re REESEMENDELTAILORING CO i!
t of fireworks. I If.month with their mother in LaGrange, lay their hands upon the document in : 1j.> turned Monday night from a pleasant ,

AH separated: with the hope that the( I Texas stopping in Houston on thfir token of good faith. and there remaineda Mr Robert Merritt and Miss Lava- visit-to Misses Mabel and Jennie Mer-
11 N. Palafox I Street.
: p '(New Year would continue with as way home. smudge. As these original thumb tus Jernigan 'attended the pound party ritt, of Muecogee.Misses .
much 'merriment as it was opened. -+- marks were not easily identified the, : at Mrs. Thomas's Monday night. ..Lena and Marje Mullins |
: -+- The Progress Club last night gave gentry added their seals for the pore Miss laWI Thomas returned home gave a delightful entertainment Mon. BUILDERS OF MEN'S FINE CLOTHES.

Miss J-Mnette Allen entertained a their regular weekly euchre which pose*)>f further establishing the alldity Friday from Penscoiaatter: spending day:; night and quite a large> crowd at-
I '
.9 few of her friends before returning to was postponed from Wednesday night. of the document It may not be generally & few days with relatives. tcnd d. The evening was greatly enJoyed We have just ""received a full'line' of sajnples< for SPRING AND *
l RIchmond: Ya. to her studies Mr. and Mrs. John"Johnson arettiehappy ; SUMMER'SUITS. |
: resume known that a seal II still required \ by all and after playing a. number t
'! at ML Matte Academy.: Her guests Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Johnson delight' parents'of/a. fine girl. of amusing games the party entered ... W} extend a cordial Invitation to our friend to call and examine *:
I'I'I in law though the need for It passed '
were Miss Ernestine Smith. Miss Lillian fully entertained on Christmas Day at the dining, room where delicious ; same. ;*
Smith >Iis3 :Mamie Stewart Miss]I dinner number of her relatives at I I with the spread of education, and the A Card. refreshmsntg were served. Gentlemen's Pressing ,Club. Dues $1.50 to 250. 5
1 lmlre and Miss Ida Richard Miss her handsome home on Laura street j i bit of red paper: affixed: by the lawyerIs This is to certify that all druggis'tsare MIsS Amelia Tate returned home .* E. L. REESE *

; as necessary as the signature to certain authorized to refund your moneyif last week after a two months visitin J. MENDEL t

5. documents.A Foley's Honey and Tar, fails to cute Mobile and Pensacola, where she ?SXS**? -X5MI? **

The Journal's Fashion Feature court of law Is,a reminiscence of your cough or .cold; It stops 'the 'had a most delightful :time.. -- -- -
Daily
i '
the time when Justice sat 'in the open cough heals the lungs and prevents Mrr .H. W. Brown made a business
courtyard and the "dock" Is from a serious results from a coll. Curs. la trip to Pensacola Tuesday. Red Wfelte, Green Scsi. ,Nick's Buffet and
grippe cough and The colors of pure-ocean water and
prevents pneumoniaand
German word meaning' a receptacle Miss Florence Thatcher left last '
consumption. Contains school the varying shades observed where impurities -
opi at Bohemia
no her
Monday -
while. the "bar" is a Welsh. 'word : Uptake .
ates. The genuine is in a yllow Fla. are met with are diversifiedby Restaurantis
branch of a tree used to
meaning a
: package. Refuse substitutes. W. A. the coloring effects of the enormous ,
the lords'of from their
separate justice D'Aiembertdruggist and apothecary.? multitudes of various forms of organ
the only place of its
vmsals I
The entire phraseology of the benchIs ,...................: teed life which sometimes mask the lind in Pensacola in fact;:
i4; natural color"at the'surface of the seannol
reminiscent ot the earlier days but. i C it is
extensive with remarkable
tinge areas
having ,een proved has been L DOnS
proper Ii colors. ,Red appears to be most
retained, York Herald. iPure A Pride
; -New i frequently met with. In the southern to

parts of tLe Red sea<< and in the Arabian -

---- : : colored blooded
gulf large areas are
Special to The JournaL Pensacola.Larger
by microscopic animalculae and In .
J. E. REEDButcher Botts. Jan, 4.-We:: have completedthe .
< the Indian ocean similar tOnDSof life
Christmas. seasaa -without mishap I. cities cannot
Fresh Butter i cause, addition. to red' milk whiteor
.
boast of better equlppe*
H'1. a
of extent, the
and GreenGrocer yellow spots; great
rL The prosperous con-altion! of the I place. The service is the
in .' demonstratedIn appearance of which is frequently
county 'generalwas i best that can b? had.
'' Cor. DeVilliers and Romana Sts. the large quantities of toys and : alarming to the ignorant: sailor. Off

-. : presents that were,/passed during the .' the Guinea coast ships sometimes appear -
.
l
want
PHONE 1022.. ',is the only kind you : Nick
\ red
: holiday season. to float In milk. Extensive Apostle Propt'rWHICH
and tb.3: only kind you ,
'
The Mis93s: Brown visiting streaks tire also knoWn to occur in the
Meats of all kInds Western and are :
I \ 'l ought to have. It Is the
L Country Pork SauerKraut Chickensand their old home in 'South Carolina.Mr. i kind buy and the south Atlantic and south Pacific, which __u __ _

E?;s. Turkeys. Geese. Ducks and L.._ C. Fisher of Milton, Fia.. only kind you you can buy : are caused by hosts of small red crll -
.
everything sold by a first-class meat h2d quite a'cool drive Christmas i from ,this. store. Y ll.1 tacea. The "Vermilion sea" of California

market. Free delivery.New night after warming his' hands over know the brand. owes !its brilliant color to in-
burnt cotton iI
\ Mrs. T. F. West sunday with 2 fusoria. Areas colored greeu;;: have been
spent .
: L. F. West's family. noted especially In :toe arctic region r EEDS 1

/v Mials. Nela and Eoswell Jernigau I i ii. which are due to myriads of diatoms,
Fox River Co.'sClover
arty:! Bruce Mays of C ntury.- Fla, I j jI and in some portions, of the antarcticseas

Shoe spent Bctts. Christmas with relatives S at i. i water diatoms a dirty of browru-rusty color make the

Earl Williams of Milton, Fla., returned i'i. '. I
Hill Butter. ,
] 1 //fl home Monday after spending; How General JI.iler"Lo.t a Ilorae.
h: the Christmas holidays with. Eugene I .1' General' !
V While in front Petersburg : I
: II Store Simmons. i. Butler received 'Information that his: I SUCCEEDWhen

'Is the ,best butter made i i favorIte Lorsc Almond Eye had been .
-I '"relegrapb Operatera* Sir*. lTflegrpjto .. end the only butter that .. accidentally killed by,' falling into a
operators always have personal U always the in .
sam ravine. Upon the departure of his informant
On or about January signs which they place on all mo sweetness and color.35cenis .
be ordered an Irish servant to
1st we will 'open at sages they send or receive. 'Usually ; and skin him. You Buy,
corner of Baylen and two of their idiUals! or' take go ,
they use
I "What Almond, Eye dead?" asked Get the Best.
Intendencia streets; two letters from their names. For Instance

James: Black will probably use a Pound Pat. It's the Cheapest in the End.
"What's that. to you? Do as I bid
"JB" as his sign. In many cases how.
"
yon and ask rw> questions.
they choose their signs in peculiar 2
The Shoe'Parlor ever Pat; went About his business and In
I'I ways. j. the price. We receive an hour or two returned.
'"We once bad a man working here lit, In'. refrigerate cars i '
"Well. Pat, where have you been allthh : Landreth'sNew
who signed 'KE because he bad taken S end from the car it Is Immediately i
demanded the
the said Kansas timer'sternl gen- ,
Keeley 'cure, a' City transferred to -

chief operator. "lie afterward went ; big refrigerator In our I. eral.'Skinnlngtbe'L "

back to drinking and then used 'BZ,' tore built especially fort I.'a. horse, yer honor.
C. THIESEN, Proprietor. deriving It from'"b oz .' Another fellow : that purpose. Every "Does it take nearly two hours to

J. E. WILSON, Manager., signed 'PS because be used to cay : pound is guaranteed and perform such an ,operation Crop

We will have a full line of be received a poor'salary, A ",woman +, money'is refunded If not : "No. yer honor bU then you see. It .
Up-to-Date tuck bout bait an Lour to'.eatch "
as represented. him
used to
operator we had here sign
PLAIDS ARE HIGHLY .POPULAR.To UK her btf i replied PatGeneral
: Initials until one day f .
: : ten up any number of dark- The broad."shouldered, effect that characterizes .I Men's and Boys hoes beau jilted her and married another ", .. Butler cast:upon his servant Just Received.

skIrts. plaids are in the new designs Is carried girL After that she signed.'B.I:1.: wbIe;' ruch a ferocious look that Pat thought

colored separate ., out with pleats in the ahouUer seams,! We will sell we understood. meant broken heart he meditated skinning an Irishman in
] the ;.highest favor for shirtwaist! ; purposes those reelleec; to form the necessary In an eastern office where I once worked Cahn' revenge for the death of Till.horse. -
1
t. : and ona sses.them in all 'sorts. fullness eome Inches lower down. The : there was a hoodoo sign. ,It was iSol & Co.j i

: of materials from velvet and velveteen back has corresponding! pleats carried I For Cash 'Only I., KQ.! Th4 first man who used it the NEW YEAR 'PRESENTS
line from ehoulder to D'Alemberte
l ., to sils and mohair The one illustrated ) In a suspender. was 'killed by a train the nfcxt one :The Pur! Feed Store, W.: A. ,
soft'I waist. Tbi front fastens invisibly beneath :
of the latter fabric. :
'!" : is went crazy and the third died of typhoid JOHN A. HALL COAN. COMPANY
1* of weave find with a bright silky fin a tucked plastron and the sleeve I so when von pay for a pafr of Shoes fever. After that nobody In the t $.uthwttt Cerair PaUfox and I.t..d..cil, WILL GIVE A PRESENT.SATURDAY Druggist and Apothecary,
ish. On! of those soft shades of copt shows the moderately full top witnclosely here. :jou pay for the Shoes only not i
The
;'c'.;; red is cross-barrej with hair lines flttf.3"cuff some six or eight for bad accounts of others,.and book-:; office dared use the hoodoo sIgn. NIGHT: TO EACH CUSTOMER WHO Telephone 109.

? *tn)er black. 1:ale blue green and gold Indies in dfpth. The collar is of the I ketpers, collectors stationery, etc. ttoiy about its being a Jonah traveled !. : Phones 8. i MAKES PAYMb4T' Oft ACCOUNT

,1'i the .lines so fine and small that they mohair fashioned over a feather-boned This means that we will UNDERSELL over the country. and today you'll*"find FOR FIRST *EEIf", IN JANUARY. 121 Soutb.Palafoi Street.

offer Just an unobtrusive contrast foundation: and fastening in the back. ALL COMPETITIONS *.w operators signing KQ. : ;..............J..t 164 E.. GOVERNMENT. . "


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I The Journal Carries More Classified !Ads than Any Other Florida Paper II| |





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FORTUNES PROPERTY FORt Timber -
; Lands

A ffill1ldl Pirofit bIe] IN '. EVERYBODY A Few Attractive( Offerings in Real Estate. :


REAL $28,5oo.00-0ne of the most valuable pieces of property in the city ,
ESTATE
I vestment For Sale on a corner and fronting :3 streets ((260x240): ). -

'.: are often than 4'- Lots W. LaRua street.........$475 $20.000.00-New two story brick building on Garden street, near Pal '
made acre other
any 10 lots. bock] 363.New City....$250 afox. with lot 92 feet front. Quick sale.
Every dollar invested In Real Estate Unprotected 1 amply way. You can maka a small fortuneby 1 ( "E': Jackson....$600' _
.J Nice building :> $12,500.00-Larg: story brick building near business center. A:
and fully by a substantial value-afi atue!. lhat'grows, too, anj investing$60 pr inlots lot., Buy on East these Hill lots'at $50 3: rooms and ball and three lots, I' good interest pajer.

as the years roll around. 5100 ,casa and 50c at SW corner block 60, W. K. We have them. Several splendid, $7500.00-Desirable building lot near business center. on corner '(%!S :

:;"- (. will be worth ,from pr$100;: week.to $i23 Tb!in y < tract .. .,, .. 'u .*. .. .. ., ..$750 large and small turpentine locations.:: feat by 192 teet). -
4. rooms and ball. West End ...$650 Saw Mms'a1d Saw mill locations $6000.00-Improved property near Palafox street!! property paying

WE HAVE SOME PROPERTIES : :::1 long two to years pay and for them.H, will No take taxes you that interest 6-room story and half, 2 lots on J I Some excellent bargains in large about: 12 per cent. We consider this a bargain. '. -
or <
I corner, choice location on East and small traits of round and boxed $5500.00-Large story dwelling on West Hill; good neighborhood.
ON OUR LISTS THAT WE CONSIDES'FINE Hill car line, place worth I I''timber lands with 12 rooms and servants quarter Lot 80 by ISO feet. -

HOMES. more .: .. .. .. .. .. .$1800 Large tracts of Mississippi Delta Our Rental Department is given special attention, and our lists

INVESTMENTS. .. 5room house, \V. Gregory1. ...$. 850 100-acre farm including, dwelling, and Hardwood lands. of stores offices and dwellings contain locations in all parts ot toe -

1.0.room house N. Baylen. ..,.4500 shingle tnd syrup njjll timber I Splendid list of valuable property city. Our Insurance Department, representing 15 of the leading -

If you are interest ted along thU' line, we ou\J\ be pleased 5-room house, all modern, East ,enough 'for shingle inill to pay I and.fine location: for a Co'ony or Stock foreign and American companies can fully protect you from the flrd

to hav3 you. call On us, or write us for particulars Hill ;. .. .. '.. ',' -' ..,, .,1500 I for' place. This must be sold i I I arm In South East Georgia. tice.fiend. Loans, In any amounts made on real estate and on short no-
:at once Price downto.1150- Some of the choicest residence

FOR RENT. 7-room cottage, bath and toilet! : I places In the beautiful little city of j I CALL IN' AND LET US SHOW YOU HOW TO INVEST YOUR

.room' hous, depot..l.$16! ':2= lots,"con' er.tfcouth; t d west'. DeFuziiak Springs, Fla.. and in Milton MONEY. *

6-room house 218 E. Intendencia. 15 front East Hill- ... -.. .. ....$1800 Fla.

peesacola< Investment Co Warehouse Cushman's Alley..., 15 '. FOR RENT. I Our prices I and terms are reason HOOTON & WATSON

10-rooin() bouseBaylen.'.. 35 '. ,
a. H. D'ALCMBEBTE City 1" 307 W.. Chatestieet; gas heat able.Cal
Manager. .. .on or write to ns. Sucessors to ThOs. C. Watson & Co.
RENTS COLLECTCD.MONEY and toilet close in _',' '. $20 I

W. H. KNOWLIS, President R. B. SIMPSO Secretary.KNOWLIS LOANED. 11 E LaRua street .. .. .. .. ..$11 No. 37 S. Palafox St. LEADING REAL ESTATE DEALERS.
J.I. STIUMAV. V.-Pre and Gen. Manager. HYER. Trauurar. 15 E. LaRua street eo eo .. .. .. ,.$.9

I heal [stale, loans. General Investment. Money to lnd on real estate security -: __v_ -

large or mall amounts*. TURNER&AYMARDReal I _____ -
215 South Palafox Street. Pensacola, Florida. LESLIE E. BROOKS Fire'insurance. !

.y------- I List jour property' with us. Estate and C. R. YEAGERhas Professional Directory _

204% S. Palafox' St. Fisher Building. Abstract recently startd: into the

-- WAITED : BROWN & CO. Company, REAL ESTATEbusiness. PATTILLO CAMPBELL, :
HELP WANTED L. $
p. O. Box I 115 I DaFnaiak
-- fbrj
Springs
--- For Sale ). City property and farming AttorneyatLaw.Aoom ,

tnSTEIThe letter T. out of WANTED--100 laborers. Apply at r Thiesen Building I lands bought and cold. \ 405 Thlettn BuIlding
sco-a, Oats. Wi.i pay: one dollarfo factory of FOR Eastmans Your patronage is kindly solicited. ;
,Goulding Fertilizer factor SALE-One No. 3 A : -
arae Apply to T. F.12 Wsstmark.i Dec.lino. >. SJanlw. folding pocket koaak; bargain Ap- "WE SELL'( LOTS" Board and Rooms.Nicely Have joa money to invest Do you
owrstore.! i want a nice hom'e1HERE THOS. PEBLEY
l'1rto': E. L. Reese' 124:: S. Palafox
ANTED-Otfice'
boy, Apply at F n- ( _-_ furnished room to let at 24 BARGAINSFOR
tTi\ \ X position as stenographer street. 5Jan I ARE SOME GOOD LAW REAL. ESTATE LOANS AND'
sacola Electric ,
Co 205 S. Ba leqat W. Romana
Sl experience. Apply P. > % block from Palates : SALE.
u years "
once.: S .: 5Jati. FOR SALE.-One choice block 'on top ; JFOITSALE street. 5Janlw COLLECTIONS :
0 Box ,>Qa City :SJan3t Two blocks In West King Tract ,
: p WANTED: of the ridge east of .the electric '. I line lots $1275. PALAFOX AND ROMANA. S.
gooj house at near car containing
WANTED Second'hand safe about Apply 32 W. Gonzalez St.boy once. railway between 7th and 8th streets! FOR SALE}- ck'etove, range $10; TKO ROOMS FOR RENT-20 West' Two four room cottages renting $15 PHONE 553. t i iC.R.YAEGER

.ix3fi; :: iruda Apply Y. M. C. A. .-- --Sjatt I Nautrc. has favored this section and it Beds and :)springs.$5;. Seyeral Iota Wright street. Furnished to suit: per n1out .. .. .. .... eo ....$1250.

Ijanii' _ _ _ W WANTED First-class tailorf cleaner] cannot be duplicated. A. V. Clubbs matting, 5 and lOc per yard: Kitchen Meals furnished if desired; near Ea-: Six room cottage with bath etc.

WANTED.--Electric' work of all kind. dencia.and pres ;er. Apply No. 9 B Inten I I FOR' 'SALE.-Grocery store.and !meat safe l8.75), ((1800)$ ,.75;). Hatrack.$3.75; Refrigerator($1600) $7.i I cambia Hotel. 4janl 706 E. Wright St. .. .. ... ...$1350. ,
3jan
I L "i ut!' lean jour fans!'; repair :jour market attached; business good; Miss Amos. 400 N. Hayne St. SJanlt FOR RENT.-One large furnished Eight room house with modern conveniences : 1

dvnaau: ,uu )our wiring cit. Pa?a3a WANTED.-Young lady stenographer; !I reason for selling on acount of going I front room: for rant.: Apply 247 E. ; a nice home. N. Hayne ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.

it Be H in own wrfUng :'M. careJournal.. 21 feet long 8 fe t.high and :3 feet I FOR RENT. PHONE
_ _ _ and state salary expected south. Address. I, 332.
IANTEDFirst.class registered to P. Q Box 763. 3jan, 3janlw < wide. Suitable for almost any kind NICE FURNISHED rooms, with or Five-room cottage, 520 E De Leon ,
\ pharmacist wants pos- ,,' of business. Apply to,E. L. Reese I I.without, board. Terms reasonatle. street... .... .... .... .... ..$8.00 -------- -- ---- --- -
irupgiai! and WANTED Men and boys to learn }o'OR'SALE.-A good paying corner 5 Jan. Apply 200 W. Intendencia 17 dec3w
ion in Wesl Florida. permanent or plumbing trade, pays $5 day after; :West. Hill at bargain.. Second Floor, Thiesen Building. Dr.S. R. Mallory Kennedy '
remp:>raf.. Address' F. Z.. care Journal competing course of practicalnstruc-;" grocery location.on Apply to T, Foranta, FOR SALE-The restaurant situatedon FOUR NICELY FURNISHED or unfurnishel Phone 332. .
Good
3jan. South Falafox Street'opposite the rooms can also for Office D'Alemberte'j '
tion at hpme or in our schools. Gral-:: Giardmas, 407 Baylen St. ; use over Drug StoreOffice
experiencd uates admitted to Union and Master at G. '. postoffice, known R-White's Restaurant light houJiek eping. Inquire at501 Hours-9:30: a. m to 6 p.. m. -
PRINTER-Steady. sober :;tH cUt
,n job 'ork, and a'l lin*.. of news- Plumbers Association Positions secured For particulars' apply to Hoo-I West Chase ttreet or phone 323.:: Money to Loan. Phones 274 and 109.

rape Work from "dexil" to editor, de- Corn Bros Co. Plumbing RUBBER. STAMPS15c ton & 'Wat!!on. 4jan4t I 27dec. MONEY TO'LOAN.-On real estate or ---

II i i- oosl:ion.; West or Middle \tflorla Schools, New York, Chicago, Ills, Gin- per line 'of-a inches FOR, SALE.-Fair pigs and: brood NICELY FURNISHED rooms with useI other sufficient security by appl

preferred Can bring recommen- cinnati. 0., St.' Louis, Mo Free ,cata" DAVIS NOVELTY' WORKS sows. If you want quick meat I of kitchen for light housekeeping.Apply ing to Thos. Pebley,, cor. Palafox and T G YATES MDOPTICIAN

,:at'OBs'! \ddress Box 54, Quincy; log. Phoae: 1222. 118..N. palafox.You makers, we have them. Berkshireand at *')UO E DeSoto street. Romana. up stairs. 17nov-n ,.
can Order by 3jdnlw China, 3janlw.
-a WANTED: MONEY: 1O LENI>-On good real estate -
good sttnographer. AJdresa v *
,in the World"strain
'CLOTHING .ANTED M. B.. Ciickens, FisheJ,"Pest I' NICELY security or on good collateral: :
JournaL
aSi; l ONI HAND care in own < '- R. I. Reds' Brown Leghornsand FURNISHED bed room con.I f.
-Hih':s>t price paid for gent's I handwriting, stating experience..e and ,FOR SALE -Beautiful tlock; : Jn.New Barred Rocks,a few choice: cockerel I venlentflocated;' prhilege; of bath at lowest rates. Leslie E. Brooks.
,
,'jotmug '.r.b. Also sell second hand I salary expected. ::ldee.WANTED.A City Tract No. 312..,For cash.. |COO. for seryjce, Cheap If sold gas, phone. Apply 136 W. Garden St. Fisher building. 21jan 412 THIESDV BUILD 1KB ,
ready
1.---- .. M. McMillan, Court Houa ? MONEY. LOANED on and all
A. : any
No 0 H Intendencia.KOD Apply to 3jan2w
good Flm .
*:: at once. Collier. Bras Chipley. ,
----
: : .thoroughly.: Competent, 4- laug -- ---- '--'" kinds of personal property payable: j
\ ERSgetKauffman's prices j and exporitnced man to. ,farm place 22dec2w It mo WANTED, .-:-A fgw boarders Jn private weekly or' montmy. When you need:

ror d :idping and .finishing. Best about 6 miles'from city. Address W; .NORA t3. ,PILLS-Just. received, Zirkelbach & Thompson, corner Belmont !family; nicely furnished, ,rooms,.with' money, see me. J. A. Wilson 22% "W. VVOOD _

ai chwaesi I.Jn. cit).. ,Romana and. Journal office. ISdeclm .55,C04. C&npound Cathartic. Fpr: and DeVfllTfiVs, 'dealers\ Jn'..fine use o f, bath, and telephone., Convenient : -1 Government street Salisbury building
.Kuufox IQdeclmJlijT sale: at The AUigaior ,aad.West ,End wines, liquors and"cigars. Jug tradea railroad shops :aad on car line.I room 7. 2dea All kinds that you want.
t Any intelligent persouma earn a Saloons. 15novjm Prompt attention given Apply 401 E.: Gresorj.. Sjanlm I 1 ;
OPENED.-WN. Brown. staple a good income corresponding for specialty. :MONEY LOANED on good real -a-


-rn beef, fresh country eggs, chickens unnecessary.: Send for pariicu buggy and harness. Leslie E. 9derlm ::
.mil!! 'he famous blue grass Kentucky lars. Northern Press Syndicate, Brooks. 9dec FOR-SALE.-House/ and 25 acres with! light and central .1o aUon. Apply 12 MONEY LOANED on all kInds of personal ,'

b-ttfr, coner 10th avenue and Greg.Ixickport. N Y, 5nov6mosI 60; bearing pecan trees) 1% miles N. Palafox St., or phone 65. 2janlm property on short notice cheaper than you can buy :
\ S' Phone 1064 .. 14declm I JUST RECEIVED-Large.shipment of fIll Milton. For: ,particulars addressG. Terms easy. J. W. Bullard. upstairs it anywhere. Any size you :- -

imported Olive'OiL.! Retail by pint, H. Langley,.,Bagdad, Fla. BOARDERS WANTED'at 312 N. 28>:i South Palafox St., Phone 1144Snov. want. '
iOu PRINTING of all kinds wantedby I *\ Educational gallon or larger quantity. G Morasso Sdeclm* Hayne, B/ !day, week on month.
the Majes Printing Co., 24 W.- Co. ship chandlers and? grocers,' 701 rrr Terms. reasonable. Irs. Jennie Per
dcvernment: Pnong 181. Only the & .. FOR SALE.-An upright Singer Piano due: l5declm'1FURNISHEDROOMS. UNLIMITED amount or money to loan E. C. SEWEll
iUSl Palafox. *oct:
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best of work. 1deeWe ) After the "Holidays" I will South cheap for cash Call at 1304 W. on all kinds of'personal property.
accept :a hmitsd number of pupils FOR SALE.-Only 4 young Boar pig j Government St.. Pensacola, Fla. with or without Special rates to business men on large Phone 614. -
will number jour house for you't on the fol'owinj! : instruments:; Violin sired by. Duke of Florida 68923 out 7declm ?i L I board Pleasant locality, near leans. The New York Loan Co., 2044! ,
cheap Any style figures you desire.I! Cello Clarinst .and all brass instru- of Orphan Lee. of Baltimore 585i4. Palafox street. 117 E. Intendencia South Palafox.DIRECTORY. .
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Our prices are always reasonable ments exespt slide_ trombone. Will guaranteed\ with registrations and Victor records 35c .and, 60c' Call on :Mrs. Fannie Rettenger. declS-1m..WANTED. '

King L Hual Phona 249. 24nov.U ,,!teach at pupils resid nces. Muskfur. pedegrees. Carl Setterlind, 'Chl ley. our ,agent or write. Metropolitan.. .-A few boarders at 318 W. Pensacola St. Andrews and -.

I nished for all occasions, band 'or or. Fla. 26nor. Talking Machine Co,. ,Jacksonville., Belmont. New house good neighborhood .
\.N TED.-Hauling and transfer chestra. Plaase::! leave orders at the -- Fla Agents wanted. ISdeclm and near car lIne. lldeclm Gulf Steamship Co.

ork. Office phone 363; residencepaote Clutter Music House, or at my '"per FOR SALE.-improved farm 170 FOR SALE CHEAP.-One 25x5 ft Pensacola Lodge, No. 3, K. of P. ;
White :22! 28 N. WANTED at 226 N Al
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3JO() Acosta BOARDERS
L. & N. railroad; 16 'miles
manent address: Navy Yard. Penba- 'acres on launch with' ,4horsepower engine.In meet every :Monday evening. at 7:30 STEAMER TARPON
St. 25mar I canlz. Nice large rooms good table -
Tarragona : cola. Fla. P F. ,Ehlers. Bandmaster, north Fensacola between Cottage HiU first-class order.. For further par., ; o'clock at their temporary Castle Hall
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reasonable. Mrs. Dora
U. S. Navy. and Cantonment; i 9 room house. 2 large ticulars address P.J O. Box 418, city. and terms, over Pou stable W. Intendoncla Sc. W.iL OARHOW, Master.FIRSTCLAER 4
TED.-5econd hand com oat, IOU acres cleared 1500 bearing! Donaldson. Sdeclm '
bares, 15decSternwheel:. I Visiting brethren cordially welcomed
PASSENGER
and cotton seed meal sacks. Out ol MISS BELLE .WJilTING will opera a fruit trees For cash or on time. Will FOB R F+NT-'Furnished rooms fort J. BREWTON. C. C. : AND '
town shipments solicited Write us. private smool on Tuesday January exchange for city property. ,Apply( C.' boat, built forerv1ce In rent with or without board. No H. HORSLEE, 1C of R. & S FREIGHT SERVICE -

_S Mellen &; Co. 20mar.ANTED 2: at her resideao3. 521 N. Spring. N. Levey. Cottage Hill. FilOnov., Mississippi Sound and Lake Pontchar.train' light housekeeping. Apply 310 West -
Ratnbone No etw u- --
Lodge
Terms. $5,00 month. Sidedw ; 110 tons net: length over all.. 16declmI
\\ Transfei per Gregory
-The Merchants ,
FOR SALE.-One house and four lots 111 feet; breadth of beam is 20 feet; 30. K. of P. meets every PENSACOLA. MOBILE APALJ\CHJ.
Co. wants your moving and baullas- MISS IRMA. HA1GHT. of New York on 9th avenue corner LaRua. also depth of hold is 4 feet; ,bottom, 3#"; I{ BAY ,Ht'TEL.-opeu night and day. Thursday evening at 8:00
All breakage guaranteed. T. B. Tnor City, will take pupils in ,voice cul- all household goods. Apply' to Mrs decking. 2": 3-3" bulkheads fore' and i" European plan. Rooms light and .o'clock :in their temporary COLA CARRABELLE ST. AN. fj ,

len. Prop Phone 978. lsjunelm.COOKiixperjencej .. ture. For particulars address 901 N. W. E Maxon. on premise, ,dec. alit S: boilers; 2 Swayne engines. lOx:,' clean: Transient trade solicited. Castle Hall, over Pou sta OREWS MILLVILLE.

Palafox. .Sldecl3tJIRS : 15 with patent cutoff; electric plant.:1575579 S., Palafox ,Jas' S. Nicolau. ble, W. Intendencia street And all points on St. Andrew Bay
chef colored)
i is open for engagement to (!go( south:I H. S. CHUNN will receive pu. FOR SALE.-One billiard table, 4H This' is a good sternwheel boat of the:' Prop. Visiting knights are coi Carrabe'le! and Apalachlcola.SCHEDULE .

Jan 1. Florida references pils in short band at her residence. x9, Ivory Balls cues and cue rack Mississippi river type? speedy sound- FOR RENT.-Furnished rooms in a diaUy welcomed.. -
preferred; GraIl: 321 N. Barcelona St. Terms, $5.00 ,a in good condition. Price 175.00. ,Apply and comfortably arranged for passen. desirable location new house and J, D KIRK, C. C. '
Address by letter J. C: B. 9 ,
C. Watson & Co., 9dcStenwneel C. J. LEVY K of R. & S. Feusacola .
Thos application. Boat, Leave Suuday.880p.
yule pi. Boston. IDdeclm'I month. In.advance.: 9declm' to ger .Price. ,' on_ __ new furniture. 212 W._Gregory St. = for Mobile. AlL
could Da aenverea a, UIlCeneaso s ISdeclm ,. Knights columbus
Ki\G & IUAL. contracting. painters boat; rebuilt in March, for filing! no employment for boat. Meetings of the LeavJ Pensacola. Tuesday 8.20: p.
and decora'Crs. Fine varnishiciam : LOST 1904 for service in Lake Poatcbar Apply New Orleans' Naval Stores Co.. PARK HPTEL.pposite Plaza. : Knights of Columbus m. for St. Andrews, Alillville! Apa.

; fris lng. Sign paintIng! a speflcsideae train and the Mississippi Sound;'thoroughly 519 Magazine St. New Orelans, La., Rooms,with orwilbout board. Short Id : are held at their hail, lacolcola. Carrabelie! and intt-nnedat* f

nauv. phone 249. 29augNThD LOST-A pair of silver rimmed spectacle strong and solid; 14{. tons net; nov.h1-il-1446-19-23-26 I.orders and regular' meals served 'No 8 West Intenden. points. _
Rooms overlook bay 16dec I For additional Information apply Co J
all. 137 feet of -- ---- cafe.
over breadth
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length cia street, on ,
WA, : .-\U keepers or poultry to between 52 West Gonzalez is FOR SALE.-Gas range almost new. everyMonday J. K SAUNDUIS.'
I beam is 36 feet; depth of,hold 46 'at '
feed wheat. It is the cheapest feel ,street and public! school} No. 70. Re- cabin also ha7* two or thrro furnished I evening E. H. COBB. PrtilJent.Gen. .
turn to 52: West Gonzalez street for.: I feet 12 staterooms and Urge ; with i Miscellaneous 7:30 o'clock.An In- Frt. and Pass. AgtPensacoU.
because it makes hens lay. F. S bulkheads 3' rooms for rent, or without board, I -
boIIers,4feet
4J2t i:1: longitudinal ; I Mtation U extended. Fla.IVANSYILLMLRRE .
reward.
Mfllen:
& Co. Phone 334. I '3S inches diameter 2"enBlr.c suitable for light housekeeping; very ,
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DRAYMAN'S, I
The Montana 7th I i LOST.-Christmas night, hunting outfit I ?, 1s Inches diameter, 6 ':feet desirable neighborhood. Address JOHN B. _. -
rln JONES.
new Market, cor. you 'want a. good 1ray man ; -- --- -
"Stove: 31 decl
rolled in oil cloth. containing hisjDfflce. w
avenue and \VJright street want I black; stroke; allowed steam pr ::tI4&V. 1C? 953. Dra>men's stand, corner Palafox EDM. FOX Grand Knight.!
YOUr business We handle native and pair red blankets ducking boots. pounds; fitted, with donkey boikr; FOR SALE.-Barred Plymouth Rock gnarrs&0S5a.' We will haul bag Recorder. f HAUTE R*
Western, butt pillow and sun Supposed to ha.ebeen Steam capstan; electric! headlight., Cockerels from prize winners $1.00 ',
mf ate. country: produce. -> : and furniture! at the same rate No. 4 J.
O. O.
gage Pensacola F.
r. eggs eatables etc. Martin & dropjvtf from dray between my ply New Orleans Nava l Stores ,Co, up. Apirge.: well marked. good blool.: also any other hauling We will Lodje t.
and Pensacola Lodge No 4 O. O. F..
Abbott. Props. I31eclm re&idencendI'alafox wharf. Return 519 Magazine St., New Orecns La: Also: some good pull its* Mrs, LizzieD. haul load that one man can han : ,
J. Harris Pier- any meets every Thursday evealnf: at 7:20
and rcive reward. Nov-1112 14 16-19-23 20 Iugh| s. ,CbipieyFla. Sldeclm :within mila '
CANTED.--.Jill kinds of electrical dIe ,without any help one at the new hall on West Garden
*ork I sell all kinds of electrical pont. : t -' 3ide lf FOR SALE.-South half block 2l7: for the regular' price. Wo are reliabla street. Visiting\ brethren: cordially
'RENT Two lighters
batteries acj other electrical supplies. : LO"STOn: ;; i r i--'t; ; between FOR SALE-oR 75thousand.f.tf- ; fronting 400 feet on 13th street by draymen, and ,we are responsible.We invited.'r.:: G. aiLNbO.N.: '

When you need roe ring 345 or 935.I'I I iflrst National Bank and Kress'store one with the capacity other thirty:: thousand! 'capaclty. 107U feet on Bay few Park; also are in the business< and are her,i I B. R. WITKOVSKI, Secretary."REBEKAH -
E. W. : plain: gold' seal ring, with initials lusibTj; to (can find us from six to -- kZ
Peake, new Star Laundry build a : Rates reasonable Telephone south half of block 212. fronting 400' ar''o : SISTERS. :
ing, E 15dec.WTED W. :\1. M, Reward for return to : 14tl St. by 137 fen six. ;
Garden. I Natioaal Bank Sld!clw I or writeJr A. Cbaffin &: Co, Milieu feet Jon % on Bay 21declm J. BELL. Mgr. I, Naomi Lodge 'No..10, Rebekah Sisters -
::r R1'.m wantsyour :: First Fla. .31declm* View, Park. The only; property adjoIn. meets every Monday night at

mo'inand hauling He suarnutces LOST.-Lady's gold-watch with fob I ing pay View Park that. is now for CUT (FLOWERS.-"Patterson's Rose-,8 o'clock in I. O O. F. HalL Visit. .

all breakage. Phone 639.!) I l attached. ,engraved on' edge; ,monogram FOR SALE.-Seven hundred acres' sae! The beautiful, ViE,!. down the mount Gardens of Montgomery, has;'Ing sister cordially: Invited to be p'e3-1 _

WAXTED.'E\"er'bod-y:: M T. S. on' face. Rturn toE timbered and fanning lantf! ISmlJea bajou and down the bay can never be placed an agency In Pensacola, ent. MRS S. DeTHA YElL :
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at Jo take dinner 9dec. H. Skinner, ,corner Baylen and east of Milton, :3 from raIlroad Fine obotructed A., ,V. ,Clubbs SOjlyQoard sented by: MIsS Penile Smith, repre-I MISS MAMIE FREEMAN.: Secretary. I---.
the southern: Hotel. .
__ : reward ,SOdecFORREMT stock farm conditions. FQr particulars Barcelona. Orders promptly filled for
COURT HOUSE DYEING ,Pressingand I Strong, ant iccehe. address G. H*. Langley! *. naJd d. and, Rooms- roses carnations and'aM kinds of other I 11. E. B. A. No n, meets first and
i third Wednesday evening at .:30 p.nu .
Craning Club 118 N. Palafox i I Fla. 8declm I cut flowers Phone 651. 10d c | HV1LIE1IRMJMCHAM
Rafford Hall. No 10. West Inteadencla -
St, Mr 1 I II |
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T. J, Prop. Your
Davis FOR SALE.-Nice.- clean newspapers 'FURNISHED ROOMS-'Fine location REAL ESTATE in all parts of the street. '
ronagp, solicited satisfaction guaranteed ladies'! -I for sale. Only 5c a bundle.. They t: Splendid view of bay.414 South I city. You-buy U6 ground and we i A. G. FELL Pre I
Careful attention given i I To .April! 30, 1906. my and build your home on long time
FOR I EXT.- makegood wrapping paper are Alcaniz., Dec.9. will J, K SWEENEY. Sec 1
garments Phone 1222: Sdeclm furnished cottage *n' the Bay Shoreat Just the thing to put under matting.AUTOMOBILES. ., payments D>: l'JaleWilson & Co. I
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Jine). Gns W. O. V/ .
Hickory Station jdunlms suaeciw .-I am agent for the 'NICE FURNISHED ROOM two. blocks TAILORING-B. L Diamond Tailor. Live Oak Camp. No. ,1, W. J. W, I I : -
Eitzen. -__ Pope Mfg.Co. and can tell you autos from Palafox:' St.. ?1L West Goyern- Gents" clothing cleaned, pressed and,'meets in Pythian Hall 1st and :IrJ
FOR-RE--Elegant to story fetora from $500.00 np They cost les than' men{. ;Phone 899. Inquire 8 to 12.forejioon repafred! en) short notice. No. iuj I Wednesdays in each month. Vlsitln/'

Star Laundry building 1'hey'tan bj run"; 21declm* Wes Government ,St. Pensacola Fix invited. THROUGH SERVICE
room In new horses to keep up. I sovereigns cordially I I
E. GarJeu' .street' ,Apply .Ualker.. In- in sand or anywhere a horse can '&0- I' !{r Idee ., .. >.v. F. A. BOGHICH.. C. VIA

graham. Star Laundry._ ---dec. Lesle E. Brooks. FURNISHED with ROOM'of' bath, on East Hill,i ZMAKE I LESLIE- E. BROOKS. Clerk. I I L. & N. E. & T. H. and C. & E. I.so I.
privilege convenient
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-4 ONEI JUKil SHE > "CQTTAGE onB-7 y FOR SALE.-10 room house corner I f fa car line; not too far to walk prefer J. If PORTER, saiIm ker,'716 South.: W O. W. C.. Oak Orore. );o. 4, 2 V.stibuled Tkraagh TraI.s l Dally /
Dummy !,ine. For particulars S6x. "palafox' stree Orders taken for: !I NASHVILLE TO CHICAGOTHROU0HSLEEPflS.sDAYCOACHEB Z.
Shore. on lot. 3 blocks from Palafox Jet i J&rtr or,parties who permanently VVoodm Circ'e! meets last Thursday ,
inquire J.,R ,KelJar fbcae 1 dec B9, 192 on ear line. For particular IV located In the city. Ad 'ress P. O. tents,'awnings, camp stools and house I lof i each month at ::30 !). in.. 2d floor :

or P O. Box J 38.' room-for quire ,of Standard Clothing' .. :X9Jan Box .5%. ,City Dec.17.FOR cots etc.* PrIed reasonable.. Sljan.I Pythian Hall over.Pou'. stable on Intendencia j OINIMd CAMS NEW CHVIKI ORLEAKS ALL TO lUAU CHICAGO CM OUT(:

A. R. Bll'GlIA1Ibas storage : RENT.-, Fcrur furnished The'Rental'Businea Is our.spec1aIt,1 street.: VIsiting sovereigns I &.II.DILUU.If..,P.A.. 50 L ROGEl!.'Je "I-
other SALE -Several head ,of mules : : rooms
mflJ4cEs11 u'table' Jor-furulture or FOR business will hate careful I cordially Invited. )Irs. W A. Smith, CVMWVUX.Md ."*MV 4X y I* .
rent 18 ;
South Tarragona and horses all in good condition: centrally located. E. Garden 515def1m. and your I .
goods 104 and l&S 30nov Consumers Ice and Fuel Co l7deciiiiiiiilI attention P- Hale4 Wilson & Co. I clerk; Mrs. M, B. Olsen, guardian --

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TO ADVERTISE THEIMPROVEMENT' !!ild joe'' ,I TURPENTINE STILLS.


L [ ffiriSOrdinance JJivhIsktV' McMillan!,, Bros. Co IAUSIEY s i COMPANY -


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Passed Last Night Authorizing the Board of. Bond Trustees is '. W.eiII. best). .
: :; i II'WEST, INTENDENCIA STREET, PENSACOLA, FLA. t
to Proceed to Ask for Bids for -- ,grainis : ='

L the Same. Naval Store*. Private Wires N. Y. N. 0. and i iI I
L'4yi r I If none Savanna. Oa.. Jan., 4.-The naval i Chicago. i '"
\' stores;(market c'osd! today as follows: .

I' too gOod7Wfoi'4'o1d'joe. WW.-'n ,.. ",*,: .. .. .. .. ....5 95 i
ORDINANCE WAS READ THE ] 'p I'' WO .-' / .. .. .... .. '..510 I 'COHONSTOCKSGRAINPROYISIONSandBONDS i (
: "i' 'CONCORDIA 'CLUB Nt.: >.... ....'.... .... ..".. .-5 45 .
THIRD TIME AND PASSED BY A : .; :... 93
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UNANIMOUS VOTE-$300,000 TO scrupulous care; old time, I'K,': :. ,, .. ., i;V. .: .;::;::t.-.4:: :: 45i i Bought t:and Soldon!) Margin or for Investment. i ii

distilling.methods expert ;.;. .. f... .. ,. .-.... .;. ..s, soH
BE THE FIRST ISSUE. BEARING ; ; I .. .. -.. ,.>:'; ':. .. .:. .; :.3 60 Reference:: first Nail mil and Peoples Banks.Phone 11 73THERE'S !
ElECTS 'N attention; proper age. 'result G... ._." .- .*>.. '.. :. .: ;. 3 55' _

INTEREST AT 4 PER CENT.A 'NEwOFFICERS :. a perfect 'wjriskey : F .. 'i. .f:.;. .. .. .. ." ...t2% ....o.......,. .......... ..o...............
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I it couldn't bear old E'.. .., .. ."- :" .. .. .. .. ..: 50
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special meeting of the City Council joe" label if it wasn't. ",.., .340 -- -

i was held last night In'the city hall I II Spirits! Turpentine, 65 cents. I NO ONE LIKES TO SEE
I when the question of passing the or- full measure-convenient package

dinance giving the Board of Bond reasonable AUSLEY.& COS REPORTS
sold everywhere"b&b" -
price- their tome or furniture.or .their stock of goods-the
Trustees power to proceed to adv r. !Liverpool: Cotton Market. : result
Use and have engraved the new improvement Ckse ,. of years of hard work and:! saving-go up in smoke.

bonds was considered and Held Last t and John atlanta J-"n"-" b>>;.;..................;. ............eL1: Better take sufficient
the ordinance passed. I I Meeting Night t Te.-M&r:;.,....................................8.13.ar. .
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> Mayor Bliss presided at the meeting >> -April. ,,, t : FIRE INSURANCEto
G Welsh Chosen the .... .....
and there were present Aldermen I as April-M&f-;;..-.; .*.' & 2'

.L Cahn. Christie, D'Alcmbertev Hays.. Next President.$ Florida and-Alabam.- jneJtly)(ayJnse..;.::::?::;..::::::::::;::::::.::::J;. eery cover man its with insurable uninsured value property and "stop must the feel.worry". that

::i. McHugn, Muldon Reilly, Wright and .1'111'.4I\(11.I'! ......*.,.......;.... J-iT '
j4 1905 by Yonge. Aagut-Beptaraber: .........!.... Insur Gen'l A AFire.
The first matter taken u!' was a A largely attended meeting of the LAND COMPANY ileptemb*r-etober ... nc 'KnowlesBros.Iron Agts
Hart Schaffher,&*t Marx communication from the chairman of Concordia Club was held, last, nightin Qtobe.lOywtJlbe, ................ ........... Life,- Pensacola I
tb.9 Board<< : of Bond Trustees, request the hana&ome club rooms of that '. yembtor-Doct.-mber .................. ....... .
4 There's snap ,and style high ing that the entire ordinance as passEd organization on East Intendencu and Dealers in DecemberJanuary: ........: .......................11 -
itr quality and worth in every gar- be LUMBER SAWED CYPRESS !SHINGLES Liverpool Spots, 8,il. '
L spread upon the minutes of the street! when officers to :serve during; = '!t
ment. .
council. This was ordered. !:J06 'were cbos:?n. The new officers AND KILN DRIED SAP. L9les.1J..rp.\ : ;::
: k Men's Suits. $10 to $25. I are: -
The Bond Ordinance.The New York Cotton Market. e '
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M Youths' Suits, $10 to 20. President-John G. Welsh. :PmNEJA.OOLIA.
ordinance<, giving power to the Open; Higl Low rose
Vice-President Geo. Whit Sr
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The John White Store Board of Ron: Trustees to proceed to Tre3.surer-C. :Mathiespn, ? Jan...,.., '1188( :111S 1150 1144, Works and Supply Co.1LanCfanrers' .
advertise for bids for the sale of the Secretary-\. Reidef//' SHIPHNGNEWSCired. J'ebruar7't;

Specialists in Men's Wear. bonds, ba' mg same engraved and Financial. Secretary-B. S. Bernard March April ...... ........,l1n 1178 1.6i. tt.Td. .* ;: and Repairers of / ,

Phone 225. ,. 505-507 S. P lafox'COfFEE' I showing the form of bond and coupon Directors-H. l\IGIlhr. Pat Williams, SU..!.._......... .11.t13 11.91 UK 118 d MACHINERY AND BOILERS 3

1', l to be Issued, was then placed' upon its U. Zirklebach, Pat' McHughJ' Jacob J'Qe..............'. .....' ..... ..... ..-. I ,FORGINGS MILL AND STEAMSHIP SUPPLIES
third and last reading. Kryger P. K. Tornoe and :C, PSchad: 1. Jul,..............,.U.t.!!'' 1198 11 10 lUll REPAIRS A SPECIALTYPrompt ,
Upon roll call it was unanimously: After the election( a number of ad. Exmoor, Br ss, Stonehouse. 2297, O'l11It............ ..:..' ...: ..:.. ...;. STEAMSHIP.
passed. dresses were made, principally by for Mobile, 'with Q9.000 s ft sawn tim- ",.'embfr, ,.......... .....". ..... ._ I attention given to all orders day or night. Agent
\ Timber
and
I for James McKay & Co.'s celebrated Log Dogs also i
First Issue to Be $300,000.The ,those the ,club who as had officers ben during chosen the,to year serve:_ : ber: 1.251.0CO's Jf lumber. arov.u.ber.Oetobee..l::...::::::::::; ::::: ::::: ::::: .Chains of all descriptions.' .

!J first issue of bonds is to be for December.,.,......' .... ..... 2 Office Phone. 123., PHil. WITTMAN, Mgr.
is shown by VESSELS: IK PORT. .. P. O.
the sum of $300,000, as New Suits Flied. .New. York Spots.. 1LB5. ;: R idenC8! PSone 1029. Cox 123.
Section 1 of the ordinance Market. ]
The following new suits were filed SUamanlpc.Antiqua. Chicago. Grain ,. m :z
4 We the Section 1. the Board of Bond '. 1
are Pioneer That i Wheat. ,
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yrsterufcy; in the office of the clerk of Br'ss Witten 1876, Vera -
I Coffee Roasters of Trustees of th9 City of. Pensacola be the circuit'court i Cruz to master. '.' Open High' Low Close -- f

aul it is hereby authorized and directed -I Marston & Quina 'vs.. R.' Lv. Sierra, i August Belmont Br ss, 2967 Savannah M y-. 1 fcO% 88 $ 8 I
i West Florida.McHUGH'S to have engraved coupon bonds of damages $300;' Sam: Pasco;; Jr, :attorney -I to Gulf' Transit' Company. July. ,.....,81i- Btff SAi' *46 i No. 5603. t

tire City of Pensacola, to be known as(; for plaintiffs. I Cayo Bonto-- Br #s,' Winery'; 2213.Londonto I H._U COV1NQTON, President M. E. CLARK Cashier. \

"Improvement Bonds of, the City of i Frank Smith ..vs. Sarah tmitb. bill I Gulf ,' Transit Co. Corn. C, W. LAMAR. Vhe-Presldent. JNO. PFEIFFER. Asst. Cashier.
Psnsacola .Florida." to the amount of j for divorce; Geo. W.' Career} solicitor Chatburn Br :1225, Huel- :: Open lust; Low Cloe'
BLENDS ss, Morse.
Three Hundred Thousand ($300,000) fur co.' plalnant. I va to Gulf TranSit Jlay...........,4 ;; 44 d44! 4(

Dollars each of salt} bonis to be of I Exmoor Br ss, Company.Stonehouse. 2293 July_.:,....,.UK,. 46) U45Ji THE AMERICAN NATIONAL. BANK
the denomination of One Thousand -
Pleasant! and Most Egective. I Bahla Blanca to order. .
.c have no equal. Atria! ($1,000); to bs numbered 'from 1 to T. J. Chambers. Ed.:. Vindicator i Gamma, ,Dutch..ss. Teensama 1335, -New.. York-.. Stock Market. C,;: PENSACOLA, FLA. ;
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:300 both inclusive; to bear interest Liberty Texas writes Dec. 25. 1902 :West: Hartlepool to order. : :: Open Close OF
will convince the con :_ : ...... DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY UNITED STATES
: at the rats of four and one-half per "With pleasure and unsolicited, by I Good Hope Br .ss. Harding. 2308 .Southern..PsetSi.- 60 C <

noisseur that we centum per annum (41,4)). payable I you, I bear testimony to the curative! I Cardiff to Gulf"'Transit Company.' Copper, 8.R.'.' ,..- 107 15H 104 W%. Capital. Stock. $200,000 Surplus. $40,000
A
make semi-annually! January 1 and July 1; power of Ballard's Horehound Syrup, I Ida, Span as. Axano, 2160 Liverpool .teh .... ..,..... ........ ... 9l3 9iA D :mOTOzl.UenzyL : .
no extravagant to bear date January 1. 1906; ,to be to Gulf : :
I have used it in my family and can Transit: Co. ,R :.... IWi 183 : Cotington S. J. Foshee.
claims. payable' thIrty ((30) years after said! cheerfully affirm it' is the! most effective I larie. Ger ss/'Schoeder, 891 West B.B T...-.., .86H! e f 'J. ir Pfeiffer. A. M. ,Avery, .
date with the Qption on the part of and best remedy' for coughs and I Hartlepooi: to en"saoola. ,Lumber Company a. It 0.... ..................... 1l23 lff8. W. H. Milton Jr.,
the city to redsem any or all of said'I colds 1 have ever" used.*i Spld by all I J 'ClCI.; Brie.........:....:........... .j Bryan ,DunwodfJ_ O. E. Maura,
Wholesale bonds, numbered from 1 to 300 as druggists.' I Nyassa. Br =ss, Baker 1786 Vera C.F.'I ..........;.............. K 'U i Frank "lejlly. .' W. L. Cawtnon.,
and RetailGROCERS ...... ............... ,- 1 .
; aforesaid at any time after twenty I Cruz to F.'O.' Howe Company. : U. 8. ;.. ,. 42 42% W.; S. Rosasco. C. A. O'Neal.

((20) years from the date thereof at I Provincia, French ss, Courtode U.8.. preferred.............. 105% H6" T. F. McGourin. ... Dr. W.,J. HaI nl11.
par and accrued interest. Tha principal had been< done but he recommended 2245.. Marseilles tp- Gulf Transit Co. i B-s.-. 'SJ'i 82?'. F. E, Brawner. : McKenzie Oertiag,

and interest of said bonds .shall that the city continue to pay the present Quarrydene, Br. 53, Robinson. 1822, : to.* N..*...152*J '151 C. W L1. 1If. Alex McGowln,
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be male payable at' the offics of The prIce} as its portion in order to get Buenos Ayres to Gjilf Transit po. I Lead 81'I J. JL._Sauaden. C. M. fJovlngton.! I

and all kinds of Feed United States, ,Mortgage and Trufet I the service.' This recommendationwas I Queen Christina'Sr' is.j ; Brake. 2804, I i Met uP.-.;.....;............:.........122. 1i 12!% Accounts of' Banks. Individuals, Corporat'ons! and Firms SOllctel2.I .

Stuffs.Pluto Company, "la the City and State of carried out. r. Hamburg to order.CMpa. ,i Cu.Pe...................... U2% '172 Four per:'cent. ,Interest paid on Time Deposits.
Nsw York. The ,matter of remitting tol%; K. I .Y.0'.'. 150H 150

How Money is to Be Used. Johnson the sum of $700.00 upon a Avon, JtaJ sbpAvegno! 1601, Genoa :P.O...?. 101'f VXgt (
license which h.a hal procured some I to Rosasco Bros. "' J\"D.O..........,............... 142 l1t: '
The uses to which the amount is to I
time since Ruby. Nor ship., Lon :f .- 18o' 180
again EriLson. I
was brought to the 1333
Wate'rWholesale be put is shown in the following extracts .... ...... .. aa;.
from the ordinance: attention of the council by C. L.Shine don to Southern 5tatesLumber CpJ,.H U- I B.I.;. .- 3>*' 8 sailSR. iT WM. H. KNOWLES, President. / W. K. 11Y1IR. JR. V.-Pres. and Casbie

"Section 3. That the Board of and Judge Blount, both ot whom spoke BaA .O. I.- ....... 133 1S1 THOS. W. 'RENT.. Asst.,Cashier. .W.N. ROBERTS. Asst. Cashier.

Bond Trustees of the City of Pensa upon the matter stating' ,that Mr. Armenia No: b"k.: ,Nielson. 1168. Penn*..., MS %
Ii and Retail. cola as soon as practicable after the Johnson lid not understand what was Treen to McKenzie'Oertlng- & 'Co. UP..J.?. '" 148>J 14S1Ausley ,
required of him and had taken ,out 'a : ::::.:::.:
adoption of this ordinance shall aivertisa Bauffshire 'Ital bk, Marehese 888
for tale the said Three Hundred $1.200 license Instead of one for$500 Genoa to master; J : & Co.'s Daily Cotton Letter. '

''iew Orleans Grocery Co. Thousand DoUara ($300,000)) of The matter was finally\ referred to Edna M. Smith- ,..:. Br bk, Ricefc 736., ,New York, Jan 'Liverpool sento'ver '
the finance committee to''rePort upon. 'Leith to order. First National Bank
bonds numl ers 1 to 300 above mentioned encouraging cables thIs! morningfor
l said bonds being for the sev- The meeting adjourned to convene Numbers Nor bk. Birks n, 1107, ,
Jas. McHugh/ eral purposes following to-wit again to-day to put the bulling ordinance Chiistiansand to A. Zelius. the first.time for some weeks past,

"1st. Foe the purpose of upon Its last rt'ad1nr.f Paolino, Ital 'bIt. Lairaqua 1286. I spots being 9, points higher with arrivals -
Phone 1 05. ,Rotterdam to Rosasco Bros. and of Pensacola Fla
Proprietor. ing or providing sjrtem: construct.1< --- advanced 10 to 12 points ,
r age and drainage Qua --0 Providenza Ital' bk, Olcese, 1185 good buying 'orders from the Continent -
------ ---- -- Genoa to
i Fifty Thousand Dollars ($150,000)) ofbonds. master. :
prices there -4 to' 5
sent some
Prune Ital bk, Glbelll, 1212. Antwerp -
Morris DannheisserFormerly "2nd.; For the purpose of pavingand to order; i points higher, closing the English DIRECTORS F C. Brent, W. A Biount W m. H Knowles,

otherwise improving the streets HEALTH Soars da Costa, Port bk, Marnato, ''j market: at the ''highest of the daj'. The; W K. Hyer, Jr., D. G. Brent.
604. Rio 'Janerlo to. H.. Baars & Co.
J ( Dannheisser Bros) and public 'ways'of the city. Fifty I x 8cho ners. fcpot sales were 10,000, bales, showing

Pure Old Rye and Bourbon Fine Thousand: Dollars ($50,000)) of bonds. .Calumet, Am .sen, Guptol! 1094 Baltimore that the English spinner is beginning:;
l Wines. ,Beer and Tobacco. "3rd. For the purpose of purchasing to realize his position.As .
a site and constructing or provfdIIng Is wrecked on,.the :rock ofCONSTIPATION' to order. Foreign and Domestic Exchange Bought and SoldWe
Old Hickory Whiskey Specialty, a City Hall bulling.\ Seventy-Five D. H. Rivers, Am sch, Peck, 963, a result! of the better cables our

r. 12 W.. Zanragossa Street. i Thousand Dollars ($75,000)) of bond3.1 ill!' Guantanamo; ..to.or. er. 'lr Ptark t8' ops',ed at an advance of 8 to
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i PENSCAOL. FLORIDA.; 4th. For the purpose of 10) ,points, and! some short:! coveringand
Rev. B
Carlisle P. .Martin, L. L. D. :
of
1 ing a site and constructing or providing Of Wavtfly, :Texas, writes: "Of good bu>ing orders from the south draw our, own Bills ExVesseis disbursed! upon the most
-- a
.kt ------ Britain, Ireland,
Jail building change on Great Fayorable Terms and their obligations
Police Station and
____________________-_-_-____ Twenty a -Five Thousand Dollars I There morning, when first arising I often sent ,values I still higher but on the Germany, France Austria' Italy, taken payaple, at Port of
I thousands troublesome
---- are of men find a collection of : .
j --- phlegm whol 'there has been nothing sensational Holland, Span: Belgium, Russia,
($25.000)) of bonds. anj women in this country I which produces a cough and isvery Denmark and Destination Ten Days After Vet
"Tn at before said bonds are sold by I : !in the..advance, simply a good, NorwaySweden ,
whoss: health baa been hard !
wreckedon todislodgebut
I : a small'] quantityof. I countries. eel Arrives there.
other European
said Trustees they shall: report to the r htalthy market) ,with an occasional
the rock of Constipation, I Ballard's Horehound: Syrup wIlt at:
I City Council of th lr advertisement of Piles 8St.back of a few points caused by the
Chronl
WE WANT Asthma .) Headache : once dislodge, and the trouble, is
t the sale )f I Ihe bonds and of the bUs Indigestion and many : over. I know of, no medicine that !'a'I sealpg element< taking short profits; '
received by them and no sale of the! Deposit Boxes For Rent in Connection with which we
other chronic nervous affections. I equal to Jt. and it Is 'pleasant to take.,: but,, the market seems to absorb all Safety ,
said bond by the Board of Bond They have trlefl many I can most cordially: recommend it to I I offerings without any apparent effect have a Private Department for the use of Renters
Trustees stall be valid or binding Until -
prescriptions all]
only to grow'worso persons needing) a mdicine for1throat
the same is confirmed by resolution -I and melancholic and haye-; .near1 I or lung trouble." Sold by' all I'upon The values.textile' trade report exports the! I '_ .. -'-- iI
EVERYBODY or ordinance of this council. The >' forgotten the meaning of per druggists. I I
hiavJeU e'er'known., while notwithstanding -
of the
arising from the sale
said moneys bonds, shall bo received by the 1 fect health. They eke out a I the boycott in China, large I I Savings Department-Interest Paid on Deposits at
: miserable PUBLIC DESIRE
istenca! with the be- I TO HEAR I i I' have from that
< buying orotrt come
said Board of Bond Trustees to bej j Her thcra is no permanent re MR. M. PAUL'JONES PLAY, South ,, rat of 4 per cent' per annum.
trade Amer.
an4<<\ thQ from
hell" for the several purposes above I lief. It is to this class of sufferers I I source
[ I. ica is a so extremely heavy and Japanis
mentioned only to such !
; end applied 'I : that We moat strongly appeal i A very: general desire is. being expressed buyingthe finished article both I" ,
TO KNOW purposes. They can have no idea for, Mr., M. Paul Jones the hereand ID Europe in large quantities
"Section 4. That the matter of Issuing -i what ,
relief .
j is in store for them talented mandollmst to give; a imbUe both 'for IrrmeJiat2 and future deliver HILTON) GRKKV slun.-r. 0'. K WKLLE8 YlCC PKXSIDEXT.:
the remainder of the said Seven I I' until thy have availed th m. 'entertainment in' Pensacola. He I is .. Russia, heretofore a -good 'consumer &. Jl.lVIHuu.C4IBIU: : ),(ANSVU'LD': :.IORIUIO..un.C.uIUU
Hundrej and Fifty Thousand Dollars selves of a bottle: of hers for only a: few days anl it :has }
of manufactured is -
about our Clothing and ($750,000)) of bonds voted by the city |i been several years since PensacoIIans I factor in goals the Citizen* National Bank,
: the !
only disturbing prosper
Furnishing for men and August 22, 1905, be and the same have had the pleasure of hearing him world. of PeaMoola! ,Florid
the and sooner or later
of
ty
boys-want them to Know i is hereby reserved for further actionon I play. -, :iroatQra.Go.WWrtht .
"8 from actual experience the part of the City Cou long life she, too will help to fill the coffers of Morris*..r. T. K. W lUiEU
American epinner.
cIL"I tOe H. Roblnion. L.mitoa Gre
a.
t. how much further their Building! Committee. I NOTICE.
.
:The ,reports from Fall River are r.- 'A.ENERLNKING! BUSINESS TRANSACTED.
dollars will go here at conraittee to draw !Sjpeciai Communication of _
The special : upa I encouraging! In every war, orders -
T'i this cash store than elsewhere building ordinance regulating the | Liverand, Kidney Cure Ebcambia Lodge No 15. F. &1 I coming in from all parts of the worldat
under the A. M.. he held
old credit foundations, thickness of the walls ., wilj 'Friday. advanced prices for all kinds of
h system.< Our men's of buildings of five or more ., :Jan. 5". at: 7:-30( p.m.' Work
Suits are new, nobby: and fetorles ets, In height. It was read the A treatment in E. A. Degree.. Visiting brothers goals thus.forcing' the spinner! to buy ..c.. .............. .................................
that has cured cotton for delivery owing to
future J. S. REESE, Resident.! Cashier.
I E. W. MBXEFEB.
fraternally Invited., :
t'tyUsh.and we believe our second Urns and referred to the ordl- thousands of almost his! 1 inability, get the actual.stuff at .j
heplesscases. .. R..3f. CAR. VIce-Presldent.
3r $10.00 ani $1350 Suits sauce and engrossing committee and C. D' lIVERS W. M., present,price ,

will "shade" any suit city attorney. W. G. DAILEY Sec.JP .- Secretary Shaw stated to-day that THE,PEOPLE'S BANK OF PENSACOIADirector

)'ou ever saw at $250 W b. Garfield appeared before ,the . he- would 'deposit government funk in
above these prices. You council relative to a pair of mules he Prepared .mrn.1.sdpu4xx*** many banks of the; different cities the I ... J. ,Reeves, J. 8. Reese, ,W. DeC. Kessler, R. M. CAf)', I

might Just as well save had sold the city some months since by ,I : : moment' the commercial( centers advised ., w.'A. D'Alcmbcrtc.BANkING T. A. Jennings.
TERSELY TOLD A GENERAL
TRANSACTS BUSINESS.
this two fifty- 3 to of After the /II/ '
using
goo I the -
you for
sum I435V., BUSINESS LOCALS., a hIm of then?ei of such action, TOUR ACCOUNT is RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED .
; : a anybody. I'mules' for several, months he was tendered long life ," .1 thus. taking another disturbing factor .............. ....................,..... ....... .
a. &eclj by the mayor for $375, | Remedyfo. .... ... ........ away from'the market .
1m and upon Its refusal ,the mules were -....... We cap a.. no reason Why cotton
;i < I returned. He asked' that the council 'McKInzie Oerting ft: Co.:._whoJetab 4"'hould bit jell very materially higher

I purchass the mules. and pay for same | Annist nA1L and reta-1 snip cJJ ncS.'en and grocer rery ioon.I*lthough there seems to besom

1"" : at the price agreed upon. Upon motionof /). -. .. the only ftrst. H 0 ANSON Alderman Cabs an extra appropriation | Pensacola. ,Fair V':<9* .ta alL felslonall ttf'awiit the coming Gin. B l1C.A.FI.: : .
o( $50) was made to pay Mr. Gar- For sale by nersr,report to be Issued on the 8th. Whole.le and eUilDeaUrtiSteam

t field the difference. C. V. THOMPSON has Just op n 4.t We do not think that this can be ant. -
;: ; CASH CLOTHIER, A commun'cation was read from the fresh line<'of beautiful j box 'paper,. *; thing but. bullish and advise the pur Domestic, Anthracite
mayor stating that th9 County Commissioner I HANNAH ,BROS. suitable for,Chrls.tm3;ragenU... Alf0: chase of cotton( around present prices, and Blacksmith COAL

? had declined to further cooperate crepe papers. Passepartout picture as we :do cot think that, It can" bebought'ne'rlao
Palafox and Main. '
l Iuir Corner 'with the- city in the rentingof : I binding. parses, 'Christmas, card. etc.ISdec cheap again 'Omci-No. IS.South PilalM street. Telephone 93.
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: -_ beds at St. Anthony's hospital. 'as. VA.,.,.,.A,.,......'.,'.' ..-...., ....,.A_ I f.! eon*'i* >.:-, Yard cornerTarragona' and Gonzalez st e'ta--. Phones-" 6 and 272

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