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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 6, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
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Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
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PENSACOLA_ : FLORIDA, -SATURDAY MOrtJNING. JANUARY 6, 1906. PRICE 5 CENTS
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I CHAMP CLARK DEMOCRACY 'MORALEEt[ i S ,,' ALL BODIES RECOVERED TRYING TO OU5TSTANDARD -





I EXPO UNDFJ3.ZN THE HOUSE 0 OVER1KR'WN N FROM MIME AT COALDALE OIl



Explosion Was One Terrific Force and,
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Gentleman! from Missouri De' A Presidential J
Possibility. :
Hurled Timbers .
Big Mouth
Fghted and Amused Membersfor "'" Rebellion of the Fugitive President from ,of Testimony in Two Suits Brought


Three Hours. of Santo,Domingo, Has Mine to Great Distance. by State of Missouri Begun ,



Coll pSedi By:'Associated Press. c::ut of the openln Four mine mules Yesterday. ';

TALKED OF TARIFF : ,t" Roanoke,.Va, Jan 5.-All the bodies I, were killed.

of the twenty-one ,miners killed by a '

I IMPACI1DJAN.: ,2 gas explosion in the Cooper coal-mineat 'i TWENTY-THREE HAVE BEEN BODIES RECOVERED POOL AGREEMENT, .

Coaldale, W. Va.,.?'y s/erday have
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And Incidentally, Mentioned Shawas ;: I. ;i been recovered,: .' :Bluefield, W. Va. Eleven more 2 i. '
bodies were removed from the Coal-
Hundreds otAperfona'dto-day' visited
Presidential Possibility. Legality of Caceres, government I the scene of .the ex'p osion. I dale Mine this afternoon, makingtwentythree i Claimed That Other Companies "
'%*}- I in all, five whites and
Now Beyond Question. 'Nearly all the victims of the horror -i eighteen negroes. It was,at first supposed I Are Subsidiary Concerns. .'

were found with their hands covering that only two men were In the
INGLEY BILL NOT PRODUCING f. their faces. nine at the time of the explosion, :

The explosion was one of terrific :but as the regular force was seventyfive -
REVENUE ENOUGH TO RUN THE DEATH OF GENERAL ODRIGUEZ BETWEEN/
MANY LIVELY TILTS -
r force; Big Umbers ware hurled out men it is impossible to, tell the
of the mouth of the mine and across exact number until the search Is completed
GOVERNMENT-DEFICIT OF ONE A FATAL BLOW TCOPLANS
rI OF OPPOSING ATTORNEYS DURING ,
I ,v Q L jthe-'narrow valley mowing down large I ; The damage to the mine is

MILLION DOLLARS A DAYBILLTO REVOLUTIONISTS$, CLAIMED trees in their path. Cars were' blown err heavy. j PROCEEDINGS IN NEW YORK
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CROP REPORTS INTRODUCED BY, ijI .. ?' TION- -TO DEFEAT:,T pATY WITH REFUSED TO TESTIFYDAMAGINGEVIDENCEOFCLERI'-' .
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Washington. Jan. 5.-"Champ Clark : Uaa. 3; ":; The Secretary BE TEST A NEWMOTOR New York, Jan. 5.-The taking of I '

Democracy was expounded to the delight of war wa to-oiay advised -bj a tele- testimony in the two suits brought by : .
entertainment of the housefor gram from Santo
1 and Domingo, dated Jan-
of:I 2. that Carlos I the State of Missouri; to oust the ,Stan.. )
three hours today by Mr. Clark. ', psry F. Morales was
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Missouri l .:oJ constituted a feature of: legally impeached by congress on that I dard Oil Companr.: of Indiana the
(hI' debate on the Pailippine tariff' %, 'date IhU action eliminates Morales'ficm KILLED : Waters-Pierce Oil Company and the '
I'I th situation and J Jcanes' without i Republic Oil Company from Missouri ;

billMr Cla:'\K discussed the general tariff fiuestion, toe legality, of toe ,Raymond I and to prevent the carrying out of an
quest'on and In particular.the G::r-! I Caceres :government. The povern'nient -I alleged pooling} agreement among the '
man tariff situation When Mr. Is acting conservatively and 'arthering I companies mentioned was begun hero ". '- .

asserted that; the Dingley bill clarki I to the ,constitutii n., Moralis Former Harvard Professor Now an Motor Ambulance Will Be Shippedto i today before Frederick W. Sanborn. '
I Las not
producing eaough revenue ,to run the yet been heard from. I special commissioner appointed by .,,

sovernmeat! h! brought Mr. Grosvener I Advocate of f Miss Hall's Washington for Barrancas 'Governor Folk. .,4
HOSTILITIES. OVER Herbert .' !
and Vr! l>a>nj to their feet with denial -, S. Hadley attorney general d
IN SANT DOMINGO Doctrine. Officer. I of Missouri, conducted the state's case 4p

'11 !is pioiuclng a deficit of one and attempted to show, by witnesses 'r
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lion dolla,' a Ja\," dec'ared mil-'I Washington, Jan. 5--Additional advices .--- introduced, that the Waters-Pierce ,
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received at and Republic companies were -
Clark By Associated Press. connected
the Captain Clyde S. Ford,
but
State Department from ity subsidiary companies of the
H. ascribed future greatness to HON. LESLIE M. SHAW. ",ail ouro=s 'of the collapseof Philadelphia, Uan. 5.-Dr. Charles with the medical department at Fort Standard Oil Company, Indiana

rta a3 tfimed the "stand pat deeJlles" Secretary the Treasury: who was mentioned b>" Congressman the ,Morales rebeQjon.' in San Elliot I Norton, of Cambridge has jointed -, Barrancas, is now in Washington branch, which conducts the, business i in '
and declared:: that one of theseS Champ Clark'in a speech yesterday as the logical Republican presidential awaiting the arrival there of a new
to Dominjo No casualties are re- forces with Miss Anne S, Hall, of the west.
Secretarj Shaw, whose record as secre'ary possibility. I' II which he is having
'jxjrted motor, ambulance
Americans. The deathof the
j !I. among; Cincinnati During day's hearing there were .
and 'with Mrs. Maud
Bal-
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built and will be tested later in the
Rodriguez a blow to his
was .graat : in a number of lively tilts between the '
Hngton Booth for
their
cli fyln.j frogs legs as poultry and campaign
I service. Of this matter the Army and
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ponies "household_ article' for. tn**} cwi3fJ : artjv understood* ,.. hostilities' the 'Tjttltns of, the hopelessly insane, .- *' .i opposing lawyers, one resulting In a, ,
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col'ee'ion'! of revenue, was the* logtfa)1 LOCKJA W ? FOR T1IB'i tart c"<.ceasfei: 4fr.DEATH ;i l hopelessly, diseased aihi'.vifciuns of ae Navy Captain: Register-Clyde of' S.recent Ford :of: date the, medical says i demand by: attorneys foc, the ,defendant .
i I compmieg that -testimony ba "
cioents. His views are expressed in I
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repablican presidential possibility unless i
BLOW TO THE department on -duty at Fort Barran
taken down verbat'm!' in hand 5
long by
a letter written to Miss Hall and i
the nant'e! should fall on the FIRST TIME' IN HISTORY MORALES REBELLION n.ade public here to-day. cas. Fla., Is in Washington awaiting I the. commi!son':r.' Attorney General:
gra\ and grzzKd! : speaker Uncle Jos : the receipt here of a new motor ambu
I Dr. Norton was formerly professorof I Halley agreed to this, saying he could i4
Cannon. i New YorK, Jan. 5.-That the death' literature at Harvard. He wasa lance. The medical officer has been remain at the hearing as long as any 4 ,' .
TREATMENT DISCOVERED BY ATLANTA'PHYSICIAN HAS 'ALREADY of General Demetno; Rodriguez, who: friend of Longfellow' and Lowell in Cleveland, Ohio, lecently arrang- one. v E : ti ,;..
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led tb.3: Merales insurrection in Santo and with them mAdftothe famous ing with the White AutomobileCon;: I A. Bedford, on3 of the witnesses anj ,
GOVERNMENT REPORTS CURED ONE CASE AND TWO OTHERS ,UNDER TREATMENT Domingo: ,, will ,be .the death blow to ,translation of the ""DtVlne' Come '." pany for the construction of a vehicle a director of the Standard Oil Com ; ,
I the' uprising was the opinion express I He heads his letter "An Appeal to of this type,*and the makers have, offered pany, refused absolutely to answar L- -4i
Wa<;hin?lon, Jan. Additional ARE, EXPECTED TO to ship such an ambulance as is -
RECOVER.I" I ed :yesterday: by Fabio Faiallo, consul I Reason As Well as 'Compassion. addresses any questions# involving the Standard -
safeguards., l are thrown about the secret general of the Santo Domingo govern Miss Hall and writes: deemed suitable for military purposes Oil Company's affairs. He paid! ho ,. '

of government crop reports bja By Associated Press. i been of I !J,*nt in this city.According I II I "The principle that it Is a duty to with the :idea that the medical department took this attitude: upon the advice t>t .
oil) intraiuced In the House b\' Representative pronounced out danger by the l Fiallo President prolong human life will put it to a thorough and;
Atlanta Jan. 5.For the first time, icians. I .to Senor : every as long as counsel l anl for no other reason. 4ii:2
] attending phj The
cured
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Burlfson, of Texas. The 'iCaceres i can give far more substantial (possible at whatever'st, has hitherto practical test It as held that a motor, other witness, a former bookkeeper for
measure not only provides p'unishment' in the history of the south lockjaw has i the son of W. D. Alexander' a 'prominent aid on,the penning treaty between been generally: accepted ambulance of the type selected by* the Standard Oil Co. said he was 4

for !;orernnicnt'mployees who divulge, been cured here by a treatment discovered -, Augusta merchant. A young the United tats and San Domingo.i .I "Its main support has been the doctrine Captain Ford will be, of great value! transferred to the Waters.Pierce C m- ) -'
secret information before official pubHtationbutaiso -| by a prominent: young daughter of E. H. Matthews and a son'i II& further declared that General of the sacredness of human in the field Of course, it remains to without resigning from the Standard
ta physician. Three cases, are ofV.. H. Pittman'are the other two pany -
provides punishment I AtIan'l Morales joined the revolution to life be determined to what extent such
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Oil Co.
He said he had been instructed ,
under treatment, one of who it is believed ,
for r'mpoyas: who tie the information I will recover. I ft.at the treaty.In discussing the "The doctrine and the practice have vehicles shall be used for the transportation to say that the Waters. : .
m operating on stock markets even if letion of the treaty to the present de-I both been pressed too far. There i< of the wounded but Ills; likely Pierce Co 'Was an Independent con-

it i u not gi\en to other persons. htical disturbance In his country, no ground to hold very human life that there would be one such ambu- cern but declared that Waters-Piercj ", .
Business Center of Kansas consul] general saW: as inviolably sacred and: to be preserved lance for every field hospital and addi-!- barrels had been filled with StandardoiL
OBJECTS TO PAYMENTOF "General Morales's special attempt I I no matter with what results tional vehicles for base transportation. -

DOUBLE SALARIES was to make certain provisions of the to the individual or others. On the _ _ '
:City in Danger from FireBy treaty, the means of establishing his I'contrary ,there are cases to- which

Washington, Jan 5.-Because of the own pe'rsoc.alpowe'r. This explainsnot every resonable consideration urges CREW OF THE ; 'I
cabinet, I that the end be ,
absence of Chairman Millard and several only: the friction with th! shouJd put. Setting ALABAMA FARMER
other members of the Senate Com- Associated Press. Walnut streets, ani which quickly but the ministers as well. The peo- aside all doubtful cases no risht

fl tee on Isthmian canals there will, Kansas Citi, Mo, Jan* 5.-The entire I spread to the Commerce building, one:pie i at first disliked article seven of thinking man would hesitate; to givea GETS 25 YEARSBy NOKOMIS TO LEAVE .
be lof the largest oUce buildings I in the1c4ty. i the' treaty b"hieh the Washington .dose of laudanum sufficient to end t4 '
no meeting of the ,ommittee to consider business center of Kansas Cityis | _ ,.f
empowered to help suffering and life to the victims oran
tha nominations of mmbers of, : Tha Bank of Ccmmerce is .located goNTnment was: :
in danger as the result of a fire that with arms and 'ammunition the Dominican : accident'from the torturing effects
In this building.' Th '
Columbus
the canal commission until after the executive whenever the latter of which recovery Is impossible,however Associated Press. MEN WILL GO TO THEIR: HOMESAT I -
senate conTenes on Monday next. The 1'started in the Kemble bUilding. two[ Buggy Co. building has been destroyed aid for the hours of b Anniston Ala. Jan. 5.-Wm, Cline. 7- .1 z

ttjromlttee Intends to give any personsi I story brick structure near ,Tenth and I i re-establishment should require of such orr. Had the added many to conscious life misery by stimulants might a prominent farmer, was to lay sentenced BILOXI ALTHOUGH STILL 1

desiring it the opportunity to be heard treaty been submitted ,to the United or surgical operations' to tWEnty-five years in the pnitentiary SUFFERING. .i '

for or against confirmation of the I r states !oenat* without any amendment I "Nor should a reasonable man hesitate .{ for the murder of John Phillips '

nominations Several senators will Ginners Report Shows Cropof i Morales would not have gone to the to hasten :death In case of a also a prominent farmer, which
take up the question of permitting a1t 'revolutionary ]::nty" His present pur I mortal disease such! for example as a wag committed last December.
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mb" ,r ol the commission to be en-; :i-.esis either to defeat the treaty and I canr-p: when it J>a!* reached tb, stage CUna's daughter clandestinely married Although eif/J/ suffering from their! .- '
garE'd; In other business and they will: Less Than 0,000,000 Bales 'bring anarchistic\ \ conditions that tvectaally I o* Incessant severe pain and when Paillidb's soa.. Both men were terribleeaI'rit'nce.: the crew of the

protest atilnst the payment of double j :"- : might give him dictatorial pow the patient ':*sires to die.. following the couple when they met American echconer Xokomls which
H-ranes. After fie dominations of I ers..or else provoke American intervention I "The prolongation! of life In suca and Ciine killed Phillips. with whom I was wrecked about ten days since wl'l: '

commissioners have been disposd oft By Associated Press. various states ran fran: 929 to 99.1. Haopilv (President Cacerea I cases by whatever means Is mere he had been on bad terms for some probably I'ave today for Gulf port,

is said, the committee will take up'!' Dallas, !Uan. ,S.-The ,National Cot'1 The per cent picked In the various I canive far more substantial aid to 1 criminal cruelty. I i time before. from which place: most of them hip't
tha question of reorganizing salaries, ten Gmner's Association, issued its; states averaged! from 95. to 996 the treaty than Monies could. He I "Or take another instance, that of ped on the '(E81
to be paid to canal emp'ojees. report to-day showing itie total nuru- The total gmncJ In ,Georgia WTS tot! cnlv Sac the full confidence of an old perscto whose: mlqd has becomea The sto'-v of the hardships and Buffering '
I her of bales of cotton ginned in thpouth < ,1,667,628: Florida, 74,454; ,South ,Caro the cabipet and his party, but has chaos of wild imagination productive SCUR.lAGUNA endured by the crew in their ,
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to be G94.0U,. lina. 1,081.806. Picked and ginned in 'moreover the co-operation of Emil! I of constant! distress not only to efforts to save the schoon and afterwards ''- .

SHOOTING. AFFRAYAT The average per cent ginned in the 5,all these states 99 percent. and over ana Tejera, the minister of foreign affa'rs the sufferer, but to all who live and IS GIVEN UP of their hard ctrugg'e: in the' ,. -
: !' without doubt the most Influentlal -I attend him The plain duty in such open life boat wa?, read with 'interest ,
man in San Domingo." i caqes is not to proton's: but shorten yesterday morning in Pensacola and '
ARK RIDGE, GA. The news cf the kIlling of General .' 1 there wera many comments upon tilEs ','
MERCHANT FOUND( CONFESSED TO Rodriguez In the fighting at Puerto,I life."It js not ,to be,hoped that superstition By Associated Press. |f bravery d'fcpUjed' by the men, ani '
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Plata was a shock to his, friends in I *o deeply rooted In tradition as Mobile Jan. 5-The owners in this: sorrow that: they had suffered so So :

TWO PROMINENT AND WEALTHY DEAD IN BUGGYBy MURDER OF BOY this pity where be lived for SO'mt'1 I that duty of pro1onlng':1If*- at any city of'the which Norwegian sailed from schooner Moss[ I 1 verely in tiiJr;: effort to make shor '

time.. ,. cost will readily yield arguments of I II Laguna. after the vessel had been given up. -
FARMEHS WILL DIE AS RESULT .' He was a gradual: of Fordham col I reason or the pleadings of Point Miss, on September 11 with 11 I i, The crew', with the exception of iifl:
By Associated Press. lege. sion but the discussion of compas-j I cergo'of lumber for Colon, Panama,i'! Captain Sodden went to the hosplta!, ,
Associated Press. : ,
She was:
her lost.
have given up as i
OF BLOODY FIGHT.By .
Chicago- ject'in all its aspects may, : :where the men were given treatment ,
Milledgeville,'Ga..,Jan., 5.-O, W. Jan. 5 -William J. Morgan In command of Captain Otter Grennfe l
to more public opinion and
Defeat'Was ually;: a and rsoiain'd: there during yesterJa7. ,
merchant and ago;, 19 years, confessed ,to-day Complete. relief 'of much I berg and carried a crew of nine men. ,
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Meadows, prominent the consequent
a lit expected that they would leave -
to the killing 'last Cape Haytien Ha>'ti.. Jan. 5,-Fur- was ;
Associated Press. farmer of Hancock county, was found,i night of Robert J ther advkres received here today from mjsery: -J.' y I !hast night for Gulfport but they dil .

Thomasulie, Ga.. Jan. 5.-A bloody dead in hb buggy two miles! ftom his;:, Collier, aged 17 ,years, during a quar- the scene of the hostilities Ijehveen BRITISH STEAMER not do so. and it Is probable that they .

shooting; affair took p'ace near Ak-!| home at sunrise this ,morning.. Meadows -,!| iel, after: which Morgan says hoi \he troops of the temporary presidentof I CITY COUNCIL' WILLMEET j'j'I will! depart today.
rIdge Grad county, this morning 1 i placeq) Collar's! body on the railroad Santo Domingo General Caceras THIS MORNIIG SAIGON1By .1 Captain Hodden !Is at a hotel and 1j
and the result is that-Willlam Drew'I was shot clear through; the body:]I track fa tIlts hope .that a passing :traluivou11 and theforces of the fugitive pres ----:' SUNK AT It is expected that he will remain 'aere '

and Newton Threlkeld two prominent! near the hcaiL He' was found )sitting 'Inl hide ,dent General Mora'e! say that the I A special meeting of the City Coun' for a few 'days before going to .hUhome. ,:
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evidences of the
nd wealthy farmers, are fatally! the front of the buggy with his bead onj i crire def>at bf the latter before Puerto Plato1 ell has been called for t morning at' I .
Bounded Herbert Drew, the tbir-! bad ,been grazing: I Iaroun.J j The accidental\ discovery of the body Uan 3, when General Demetrlo 110 o.c'ock by Mayor Bliss, and as busIness -, ,. Associated Press
teen year old 'son of Drew. took a the seat Ihe horse ; 1 }Itfore a train had passed disclosed llodriguezthe Morales commander of importance i iR to be considered -'I ataon. French lido China. Jan. 5.- DRY DOCK DEWEY WILL ;

Prominent part in the affair, firing thefhots and It appeared as 'If Meadows -tha fact that Collier had been lilies lest hU life was complete. About 150 It is expected that all members vrjll: I The British steamer Carlisle sank in PASS BERMUDA TODAY .
had been killed about ,midnight.: by a pistol bullet. I the Saigon river yesterday after a I
which struck Threlkeld downBoth men wr killed or wounaed.: The reiKamder be in attendance. -
fami'ies! are widely known and His watch was missing.' He 'leaves a Fifteen companions of Collier were : of Morales's followers embarked t The meeting Is In connection with conflagration on board, following an. By Associated,Press.

connected> In Thomas and Grady coun- wife and family., |j j them rounded up by the whose police Among ,outhe, gunboat Independence the bond issue! the ordinance which e&plosion combustion.of powder.Two due of to her spontaneous crew,I Hamilton. Bzrmud, Jan. 5.-Th.
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clothing
lies, and further: trouble Is feared. -CHICAG&AT" ;- !i was bloodstained was Morgan and who confessed. ff Puerto Plata after which the vs authorized: the same having been passed an enginear: and a sailor are missing UnIted Slat's tug Potomac, one of the
FLAGSHIP Monte Christ! Gull-,
sailed for night.
Eel Thursday : Dew- -
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SAN FRANCISCO I I Many persons were Injured duringthe convoy of : floating dry
KILLED t'elo. the former governor of Monte
FROM EATING Dracf.' excltsment attending the rescue; ey. which left Annapolis MJ, December -
----J: I Woman Missionary Christi! who. with his troop had declared -
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DECORATED CANDY, By Associated PreM- Franklin. Pa.. Jan. 5.-Miss Cora himself In favor of Morales oa will, with the assistance of Morales,i of the rmainatr' of tbp crew.i 23. for the Philippine Islands arrived -
1 I here today for coal and provisions .
By Associated i San Francisco Jan. 5.;-Tne: cruiser! Cutshall aged 29 years. a Methodist I being informed of the '.th, of Gcner compete for the presidency of the .Republic i, .
Press. YORK CALL MONEY The Potomac reports having -,,
of the Pacific squadron ',, missionary who recently returned to Rodriguez decided to fight In .his against the other caadldates NEW
Two Eddie1AImg. Chicago, flagship a! '
Harbors, Minn. Jan. 5.- AT FOUR PER CENT.:.I left the Dewey, "which was then In 4
n arrived In port yesterday after a, her home bare from Sierra Leone. Af-own behalf and is :preparing to attack for that office. According to the NOW
years old. is dead and tW9 rf'-i 1 feNew I of the colliers Caesar, Brutus
I -- charge
oilier the Hawaiian Islands. The. rica. died Joday from African fever, Santiago south of ,Pc rto Plata. torts brought here by messengers
cruise to
Airing' children of Mr. and :Mrs. P.'.JI. warship stay here until 1 about:I after a short illness.. She contracted Geneial Jirnlnz, t the! former pre!li-i- large. part'of the population of York Jan. 5.--CaII money ,wa* and Glacier, about 100 mIles! off Bermuda .
are ill from the !(<(11 of seriously January 16, when It Is expected shelwill ;I the fever in Africa and toe physicians, dent qf Santo Domingo left for era Santo Domingo Is ,In north-I: loaned at foar per cent,this afternoon, The Dewey will pas tore !

keul.a oMinu a Christmas highlydecorrtea tree. candron cruise to '5 nta, Barbara.T .. .!.. I Iv I! here .could give her no-relief.; I Monte Chrati' and it is understood i General Jtoinei, ,". '' .,, the lowest rate for_several__,weeks, ]L morrow. <. '- '- ,;
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of said bonds shall be such as is hereI'I'! both principal and Interest being payable -'l In the'City'and State of. New ,York, ,'the City HaH 'building' Sevtnty Tfrous-
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ORDINANCE PROVIDING matter provided In Section 2 h i in Gold: Coin! :ot the United Statesof sum of Twenty-two and 50-100 Dollars ani Dollar ($75,000)) of bonds. Shoe
,NOW THEREFORE, America' ot' the present weight and ($::.50)) ,in gold coin'of'the, ,United 4th. For 'the purpose of purchasing New
BB IT ORDAINED' bj; the Major fineness; :alt.o, ce of The United States ,of, America of the present I a site ant constructing or providinga :
i FOR SALE OF BONDSMeasure and Council of"'the City of P(>nsacola; States >furt' aje-t'rust.'Companyt' weight. anti tlpeness. being six ((6)) Police Station and JaiI'Bulldlni:,
election 1. ha't'the Board of in the City l and Stat .of New York., months Intee5 ,-tben due on !its Im-J Twenty-five Thousand Dollars ($25- I
Pond Trustees of the City of pen'sa.cola The City orl', Pensacola hereby reserves provement Bond dated January 1. ,1 000) of .bonds _
be and it 1 is hereby authorized the option, or" privilege, of re i numbered That before said) bond are sold by Store

Authorizing Bond Trustees Passed by City 'Council at and directed to have engraved, cou- deeming thu bond at par and accrued ...................., .. ....:..... said. Trustees they hal! make reportto I .
bonds of the of Pensacola,
pon City interest at any lime after twenty (20) Mayor. the City Council of their advertisement -''
and to be known as "Improvement Bonds I years from Its date. ,;..e....,.;.. ..... '........... of the tale'! of :the bonds and of,.
Thursday Night AppiordYesterday. : "
Meeting i
of the City of Pensacola Florida. to This bond'is, ,, issued, by the City, ot City Comptroller. the bids received by them and no sale'; Or; or about January
the amount of Three Hundred Thousand Pensacola under and in full 'compliance .. ... ....-...... ............. of the 8td bonds; by the Board of 1st. we will open at
'Dollars (300000.), each ,of said with the Constitution and"laws of Chairman Board of Bond Trustees Bond 'Trustees shall be valid or binJ- corner of Baylen and
bonds to be of the denomination of ,
One Thousand Dollars ($1,000.' to I the State of, Florida, and ordinancesof Sec. 3. ''That the Board of Bond ing until iha same is confirmed by resolution Intendencia streets.
'u, Following Is the full text of the ordinance personal: property to said City for the be numbered from 1 to 300 both: in- said City, including among opers! Trustees of the City of Pensacola as 'or. ordinance of this council.
passed by the City Council sear for which taxes were last due,I'ciusive; to bear interest at' 'the rate An Act of the Legislature the Stateof soon as practicable after the adoptionof The moneys arising from the sale of
its meeting Thursday night providing such vote being in favor of the Issu- 'o* four and one-half par centum per Florida entitled, "An Act to Au -this ordinance shall advertise' for!I said bond abal1'b received by the The Shoe
thorize the City Pensacola to Issue sale? the said Three Hundred Thous-j said Board of Bond Trustees to be hel I
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for the sale of $300.000 of the Pensa ance of said improvement bonds for :annum ((4 4)), payable semi-annually
Negotiable Bonds for Municipal Purposes and Dollars ($300.000) of bonds num-! for the ,several!, purposes ,above mentioned
P cola Improvement bonds: each and all of the purposes and 'January 1. and July 1; to bear date ,a
: AN ORDINANCE to be entitled An amounts specified l in and proposed by i January 1, 1906; to be payable thirty and Provide for the Payment here 1 to 300 above mentioned! said and applied' only to such pur:
to the Engraving said ordinance of July 13, 1905; and (=0)) years atter said date, with the Thereof" approved May 12, 1905, and bonds being for the several purposes poses.' I f ParlorC.
Ordinance Relating ordinances and of following, ,to-wit: t Sec 4. That the' matter of issuingthe
tai Issuance and Sale of Improvement WHEREASsaid'Act of the' Legislature 1 option on the part of the Cityto proceedings sail city
duly had and adopted in 1st. For the! constructing remainder of tie: said Seven Hun-
; Donds of the City of Pensacola, of :May 12, ,1905. provides among redeem any or all of' said accordancewith purpose of -
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c Florida. other' things that the Bond Trusttes I bonds, numbered from 1 to 300 as the Constitution and statutes!! of or providing a system ,cf sewerage dred an f .. Fifty Thousand Dollars THIESEN, Proprietor.J .
WHEREAS to shall recommend to the Council the aforesaid, at any time after twenty said State ,and Charter. of said City, and drainage One Hundred; and Fifty ($750OOQ"nf) 'bonds ,voted by the said E. WILSON, Manager.
under ana' pursuant :form of bonds to be issued and shall (:0)) years from the date thereof at the issuance of this bond and the'or Thousand Dol'ars.$150.000)( ) of bonds: Cay August 22, 190$. be,and the same We will have a full line oft
j t the provisions of an Act of the Legislature attend to the engraving of said bonds par and accrued interest. The principal dinance authorizing the issuance of 2nd. iFor the purpose of paving and hereby Js mtrved for further 'action Up-to-Date
of the State of Florida"An, Act approved a? may be provided by ordinance of ant interest of said bonds shall bs this boat having been duly approval otherwise Improving the streets and on the part of the City Council.
May 12 1905; entitled I the City and shall receive said bonds made payable at the office of The by the majority of the votes cast by public ways of the City: Fifty" Thousand Sec 5. This ordinance shall take
to Authorize' the City bonds of for Pensaco'at municipal -I as soon as the same are prepared and United States Mortgage &. Trust I the ,,voters of 'said City, duly qualifiedas Dollars ($50,000)) of bonds 1 j effect Immediately upon its passage Men's and Boys' ShoesWe
issue negotiable and for the executed, and shall thereafter have Company, in the City and State of I prescribed! by law to vote thereonat 3rd. For the purpose of purchasinga and appro*:a1!,,j .
provide
t purposes pay- the care ana':' custody thereof until the New York. an election duly and legally called site and constructing or providing. Passed .Jan ary 4th. 1906. ".m sell
r, m nt thereof the and under of and ordinance pursu- the same are sold, and shall receive Section 2. That in accordance j I and held ,for.. that purpose on August Approved January! 5th. 1906.:) '
ant to provisions an and control all moneys arising from with said recommendation of the r 22, 1905. : CHAS. H BLISS.
adopted by the Mayor and Council of I
the sale of said bonds and faithfully Board of Bond Trustees the form of I It is hereby! certified, recites and 'declared Attest: Mayor of Pensacola.c. .
,i? the City of Pensacola on July 19, 1905, said bongs' and shall be substantially SO DECEPTIVE : For Cash Only
directed by coupons E NERRITT. Clerk.
entitled ":\n Ordinance to provide for apply the saws as may be I that all acts, conditions and
v: tbo issuance of Bonds of the City of resolution or ordinance of the Council as follows' to wit: l things required ,to exist happen and
i Pensacola, Floriat, under and by virtue ,_solely for the purpose for which UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. I be performed precedent to and In ,the /'Tha Original. i::80 when you pay for a pair of ShaM
of an Act of the Legislature of said bonds were authorized; and, STATE OF FLORIDA. issaunce of this bond have existed MANY PENSACOLA PEOPLE FAIL Foley & Co.;. Chicago., originated I here, you pay for the Shoes only. m
r the State of Florida, entitled 'An Act 'WHEREAS; the City Council, as (State Coat of Arms)' j happened and been performed In dUI TO REALIZE THE SERIOUS Honey and Ttr as a throat and lung, for bad accounts of others, and bona'
; : to Autborlzg the City of (IPensacola to provided in said Act of May 12. 1905. Number Number time form and scanner as, required by remedy :nj na account of the gnat l i keepers, collectors, stationery ct,
it Issue Negotiable Bonds for Municipal has duly ,elected as a Boara' of Bond $1,000. $1,000.1 I law and that: this bond: together} with"1 t I NESS. merit end! popularity Foley's Honey, This means that we will UNDER
1 Purposes and provide for the payment I I Trustees three (3)) duly qualified CITY OF PENACOLAImprovement: all the other indebtedness'otsaid. city I and Tar nisny Imitations are offend I| SELL ALL COMPET'TJONI
," thereof; approved May 12. voters of the City, who own real estate Bond i'does not exceed any limit prescribed I for the genuine. These worthKss: imitations -
# election duly called and therein such Board of Bond For value received the City of Pen the haVe-similar -- ,--,-- -,-
1905. an was i' by Constitution or statutes of said Backache is so deceptive. founding names.. --;-------
held in the several election' precincts Trustees being composed of the following sacola, a municipal corporation the State or the: Charter of said City and It Beware of them. The genuine Foley'sHoney el
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comes and to!
goes you guessing fREE
ot the City of Pensacola on August men to wit: L. Hilton Grean, State of Florida, hereby acknowledgesitself than.t he !faith and credit of, eaU City .- and Tar .Is. la a yellow pack-, r. WCOIIt ey'tSD."T'uaera of morph'u'' .
22. 1905 at which election said or- J. M. Pfeiffer and, W. .K. flyer, Jr., indebted and promises to pay to i',! and the entire taxable) property sai.I Learn tae cause-then cure it. }i I. age. Ask,lor ,It anl rrsfase'any snbstiI PAINLESSoytom' laudUUCI,,>,
dinance and the issuance of Improvement hich said Trustees have duly qualified bearer the turn of One Thousand Dollars City tute. W ,1, n' !emberte. '
after'date t I are hereby irrevocably; pledged Nine times out of ten it comes from I!I druggistand $
bonds of the City of Pensacola ,by giving bonds and taking oaths ($1,000)) thirty tO:: ) years -
to the punctual payment: of the principal \she : apot\\ !carr.
provided in said ordinance and in of office and otherwise as prescribedby ; with :Interest at the rate of four!I and interest of this bond.. That's kidneys.why Doaa's Kidney! Pills II: 0'P IU MIcatneorldi4IkeY.I ,
said act of the Legislature were duly said ordinance of July 19. 1905 and one-half per centum (.1%) per an-:f IN WITNESS WHEREOF said City .it cure Just Opened. .
"', approved by the majority of'the votes and the other ordinances' of this City num, payable semi-annually, July l'Hof' PensacoU has caused this bond to Cure kidney ill from back-I'! Lewis's Saloon,,northeast) corner W.t, AND Is. M. WOOLLET:
cast by the qualined voters of said and the laws of this State, and said and January 1, on presentation and i evry I Belmont and N, Coyle. Dealer in Cure 10S N'Pryor b.
: Fine
i besigned by Us :Major City Comp i iI ache to diabetes. Whiskey tlut': ieo'Aot !::
of Bond Trustees has recom- surrender of annexed interest coupons ,
City then residing in said City, ann'wbo Board the 'I t I WInes ,Liquors and Cigars. Out of I
that the form due'I troller and Chairman of Us Board .of Here's a Pensacola case to prove it:
had paid taxes on real estate or mended to this Council as'tIley severally become I town trade solicited. '
1 I Bond Trustees and the corporate seil A, Oertins, seaman, of 419 L. SU : Sdeclm i t--- "- -
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-- __ of ,said City to be :hereto affixed attested -,. tens how 10 do I It. He says: "From i H.'HltIQ t tI
l by its City Clerk and the coupons -, 'uiy experience with Doan's Kidney .J."
t f hereto/ .attache] to bear lithographed Pills I can,strongly recommend\ them I 'TOLD :1
I or engraved signatures of salj!fto.I anyone In need of a good medicinefor I TERSULY. NO FRET,
Mayor, City Comptroller and Chairman : the kidneys. Kidney complaint : BUSINESS, LOCALS. .
THE PIANOS WE SELL ARE BUILT A .
I of Board of Bond Trustees and'I an } backache caused me suffering at I "X4" .I NO WORRY, ,
i this bond ID be da'.ed the first Jay of:: Interval for yrars. The first or second 1
January, A. D. IS0 I =attack I did. not mind but as time
J I !I McKlnzi; OertJng% t Co. whoi ais 1 No uneasiness or troul13

TO LAST A LIFETIME r l' ..... ...,.. ..,..i ,.?**..;i i I times went laid by"they me up.grew I could worse hardly and walk at!;'I[rl the and only retsH i ftnt-ship! 'lau band.'ers'and boasa... :of the grocers kind I at work all if about you jour have laundrY it donel
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ft ? (City Seal) Mayor, and it was difficult .
iAttest. .... a matter to'[Fin Pensacol- Fair" K tes to alL re. Every detail t..*Othe
_w I 1 r straiglrtsn after stooping wbil ... .,......._.. .. ... entire laundry process
[ .._. ? .i.iI I kHpey secretions were irregular and C, V, THO'MFSO! bas Just opened. ;, receives the attention
by the most reputable Piano builders in the world. They are j City Comptroller.Chairman f i unnatural. Doan's Kidney Pills. procured -:'I fresh llna-Ql beautiful' box papers'! of experts. Your

Krsnlch & Bach, really masterpieces of Piano construction. The: tone ,is beautifully : I I,I i 1"0Soq:-4t\ Sidney Palafox Kahn's St.,drug cured store me.,, crepe suitable papers.for Chr"trn&s Passepartout presenta.picture Also'' derwear Shirts, Collars, etc.' will Cuffs be,sure['n,

Lester full, rich} and,resonant, the touch exquisitely responsive. I Board of Bond Trustees From personal experience I know that I binding, pursesMChrl8tma ou,
cards, satisfy *
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etc.i to pl'ase.and
1............." ...._.... i this .remedy can be depended upon to 19dec. .
the mechanism perfect the cases beautifully desinedandthe-
1 "city Clerk. 'j I (ulfill the representations made for ," ... ,
: Star SteamLaundry.
:, fittings in every ,way most artistic. Buy to-day. ,pay when,you like. r (FORM IDF COUPON)'' i iI lit." .. 'ELEC: iQN- Of r-DIRECTORS, i The
yj I Number $:%..S6f : *br ,sale by all dealers. Price 50 The annua{ :election of directors by j!
:. I IL f The Cil.1f Pensacola.. a municipal: I IJ cents. Foiier-Milburn Co. Buffalo'New ; stockholders 'of the, Citizens -National .
: Oldest and Largest 114-116 S. Clutter M Phone15. -' "" UIHpay.to: ,bearer on*'January1 l.-July States :. 37 E ..amen St. Phone -
Music Hous* in USIC rOuse office.of, .aid" Bank/on Tuesday, ;Jan. .
PENSACOLA t 1. 190.... at the office of the United Remember Pensacola. FIn.s
Florida : the name-Doane-and uary 9, 190gfbet+een pe ,hours of 10
States Mortgage and Trust Company? ,1 take n otner. a. m. and 4 p..in.7"-'*" 9decoaw5w [
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our daily advertisements .. Four -of the most }Jowerful towboatsin : \ f. (U

the port will leave here this morning ;, !Q rj
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; it takes Racycl for' the point: where t1l-j steamer -
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ti P. , only a moment : ; a Full Una of endeavor; 'to float that vessel. ftifj:

and will keep al The tug fJellie, which went to the 'm '
you : ; Sporting" Goods assistance' ,of th3 steamer; returnediterdayr'ba t ] wJb

posted about the : Palafox St. :\ ring on board. '-some of N : Shoesj.: .', run :
\ the crew. This vessel made efforts tm. \ "
kind ofClothing --" ta, float. the->teamer. ,but without success ',, ,:
:: as'she was carriad 41gh"upon Hiebach j N
You like:! ,- .. -- ,;a' bythe'waves'andhe! power of!, MtAtM ,' "' "t
1 the tug was: not sufficient jto"pull her
I: 'i out of the sand.; \ *:- ; -: :

Watch this space : 6 ,The manager of the company yesterday -ii' TAKE NOTICE THAT I
forourspecialpreinventory ; 7f: i'E ?Mr *,' engaged the services of hre- : s
: ; other tugs, making a total of four, and tM

sale. Night's,Play. all 'of them will go out {this morning .
; FieJas' Minstrel, per'end !make 'an effort \to ;float 'the .1 m

!! all..been. The recognized very name as of i,(i!,! steamer The Thisttewood_ i was< carried 4 on the' f8 We have just received a Big Shipment of the Celebrated ru '

cTAllDARDto11I1r1'FHTEE11 | f connection With a miu-i i licach broadside to and,1 reports from
I ; : ,magic upon the people!!': her yesterday were to the effect that 01ru Packard Shoes in the Newest and Swellcst
Very
\BUlLDnG\:1! : country, and the I!I Ion one'side there was-,no water what- m
I "!gentleman ore year'''- vff, while',:on thcv; ner there was
f ha had exhausted!I only a' few feet' It will therefore- ft styles of the season.
( | : l on earth. Few '': intro great power to pull the vessel ruu

The Latest Fad. I to see anything in that from tha sand,to deep. ter. "
: : .even-,-'make' a com 'The',cause, of ,the acdfl'nt is; said OfOf
BEAUTIFUL COLLARS ( reached the acue lo have, been the arr> ns away of Plain Leather $3.50. Shiney Leather $4.00. :
> the most exquisite designs for '
j verdict. 1 1h's
,the stearjng While e1in
gear. proc ;
Ladies! and Misses from lOc to ruM
: of Donnelly and Hat. to Pensacola the captain sH the
$1.69 each. I J has already changed cource ofjthe vessel! ,and, retired: leaving .
Mrs. Nordstrom's Millinery ? I Is. so far- as, Pensacola the mate' in :charge .Just about ft)
No. 11 E. Intendencla St.Cottroll. |t ; at least. A packed I I daybreak he felt tha' ship thumping 1I
i last night's perform the When he deck
on sand. got on !
(; it wag all over this hd found the vessel 11n the \breakers WM..JOHNSON & SONI I
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which has sprung with a strong wind. blowing In an*TJru
season snatched the effort to bark: her out of the breakersthesteering
FINE: PHOTOGRAPHS. a them as _their:own. gear was earned away;,
Pensacola Fla. : "-was superb :J.nd"th'e.steamer was carried)'upon the
a single dull moment beach by the waves. ,
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RING C. L. McVOY ; was replete with, .that it will be possible to float ------r-o- -- -- -
1'110118 097. Take advantage of Meats being to end. The the steamer until a' channel has been
ebttp Western meats a specialtyDe- Is gorgeous, with its made from deep water to the point wife aboard with him on this voj- JOURNAL FORCEIN LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTTIMBER
lirered to any part of the city. lights and elaborate 'bereshe Is on.the beach though an ageana as the vessel was high and
I 1 dashing costumes 'of effort to dose will be ma3e this after- dry on tl'ch'3cb., vriih only a few feet
of water from the mainland, the NEW LANDS FOR SALE.I .
stamps very nooiTat high tide. QUARTERSEDITORIAL
TERSELY TOLD : performance, which' all Passed by Mobile Steamer. Fanta's! officers think that: Captain will sell at public sale on Tuet-* ,
up a first class 'Jind ':The' :Mobile Register of yesterday REed and wife went: to :Pensacola! for day, January' 23. 1906 at McDavW '
'I inment. to aid. The steaaier P. J. .TMstlewooJis. Fla., the fo'lowing! described lands to- "
contained the following I it'reard
i 'aU! new, wei' the Thistleood .4 Vhtr. : 1 .supposed; :!,to-nava a cargo of oranges STAFF NOW OCCUPYING wit:, 'The lob number three (3), four
E H. Wefel, Jr., a prominent cItIzen Particularly Is this The steamer:! FanUa" aji&hed: >ster-: en: board ,for ,Nw Orleans. -oihe is OFFICES (i' ), five ((5), and six ((6)) (or the northwest
ol Mobile 13 in the city on a short; %! : HspUs :, Johnson day mornln from Tampa with a car one of the vessels: of a new .1h.lti of ON SECOND quarter of) :section sixteen ((16).
J1etl3 VISILion. Edmonds. "Nobodj," go of 1,000 boxes of oranges. She steamers' recently inaugurated: .ba- 'FLOOR OF JOURNAL Township four ((4)) nortl: Range thirty '
tween New Orleans, Pcn=aola and -two (30) west; the north half of
It Was this
ford. Only A tcok and sails
part
on a
T. F. West of Milton. was : Home. &weet Home." morning for New cargo'Orleans:. to finish Tampa. Several! tugs and -wrecking BUILDING. Lot one (1). except thirteen ((13) acres .
Ksonj the many visitors who were'In ( ) ; "Lindy Lou," .by loading after which; she, wIll sail for crews are- reported to have gone to of Section ten ((10)), Township four '
Prasacola. 1tsterday..Alton Tamps.! Her 'officerS': >rfert passing her \ .: (4) north. Range thirty-one ((31) west,
The editorial force of The Journal
particularly strong, the steamer P. J. Th'stlewood.: bounafropa containing twenty-seven ((2T) acre;
George a well known
young i.beiDg 4be ,Jijseauo. Tamira jo } via'l'fn.kNEW ,TA2ERNAcLE..FOR... changedquarterslast: ( night, ,and hereafter and linown 5s.:BUlie: : Williams place,
t'P Nev'.OrJflgtl ,
cm of this city ig ,
somewha.t..lmproT? Vxer, \ t!: FLCA4AtJtUQtJA.::: *the"editorial and news writers o'fte ((1) mile abovelcDarid Good
'h )-battl. juggiere 'sa&la 'whktrts-----as1i uNrtCerrllrs
ed after apainfulMiss f1ness "' $ ., ol the, will be found the '
paper : on
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this
of tb, m wonderful : east of Pensacola light Wednes- residence on place; (8)( ) or
The De Funiak Breeze Th second floor of The Journal Building,
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o hue ten (10)) acres under fence balancatimber.
?' imaginable. afternoon about 4 ,o'clock. A '
Louise Weldon of Ga: da>
Albany, ,
acrobats, Breeze is glad to be ao'e' to announce: offices having ben prepared for them j I I Also the southeast quarterof ,' .f
Troupe heavv ,'sea'was running which'pr' -
is ia the city. the guest of Mr. and '
Mrs.! E. R. Cobb 213 East Gregory feature which ,jde-,vented the Fanita from putting out aboat. I that arranzeaieats are being perfected on that floor. the southeast quarter and southeast ,
in orderto
trPel passing 'notice Two,men were seen'aboard but to begin work oa' *z nw( tabernacle The move was necessary I I quarter of southwest quarter. Sectlca i "
immedla.tafter! the cJsse make the lower floor for
of the room on
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) of Tommy' Donnelly when the steamerhead'd :in tbe dlrecitlon ten ((10) Township four (4) north
A party composed of Gee. J. Burns, Shunt was, a feature. : of their, ,vessel? 'thev Towered their coiling session of thpjPlarida Chau-:additional machinery in the mechanical Range thirty-three ((33) west and
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T C Banker and W. J. Milno of Co- of Comedy|'I'f1ag.which Indicated: that they ne ded tauqua. | department, and also to give the southwest quarter of southeast quarter
lumbm, Ga., reached the city :yesterday '.* In a roar ,for :fl en I no :assistance. Captain Read of The plans tentitivelJadoIfted call'editorial l force 'a quieter and more section fourteen (14)), Townshipfour
to few were 'Is had for a conciele and steel ,structure!confortable place in which to do their ((4)) north. Range thirty-three ((33) '
spend a days on a business They he-arU.1 the P. J. :Thistlewood, it ,said
TlSit. !|' 100x120: feet, with a trussed roof so vork.: 1I'eet. containing in all three hundredand
that the eniir3: baildms will be wIthout -, The circulation department has al54) -
turn of Arthur Craw I t '1 I seven (307) acres, more or less.
There will be preaching at West Hill if Finninsj was a goodi' posts, and the view of the platform moved up-stairs, ,and occupies'|II will sell tbe above described landsfor '
,Baptist church J. unobstructed 'from of offices I in the rear portion of the build-
tomorrow by .Rev. any part 'I
lot of whole- of
a : Marine Grocery Co. I the purpose paying some Indebtedness '
:W. Senterfitt the
at 11 a m. All membersare with it. ; floor ingHereafter '. and making a distributewith
This be than the : parties calling at The
will larger present
especially requested to be pres- with
ends a the heirs of the estate of W. L.
ent. All are cordially Invited. 'The, : laut-I''I 604 606, 608, 610 S. Palafox, St. building and provide seating'; room for Journal office during the night to Williams, deceased. W. J Williams!
yearly a thousand more ople. but place advertisements or news can do
lot of dummy Phone 725. Milton Fla. 23decoaw4w
The habit a
of reading ads does not \ ,
It also brings the greater advantage will be In the, FO by comii.! up stairs the offices on
Head a housewife to buy things she fun: for all. V. J. VIDAL, Manager.THE better comfort that it will afford; the I the lower floor being closed duringthe NOTICE. '
does not need-but it enables her to is patrons as' it will be warmed with I late hours of'the night. Notice :s hereby given to creditors
"get<< the most for the money," and to entertainment which as steam, anj the roof will not be the; legatees distributees and all other
better than TO
000DTHINGS
any HOME OF
buy things intelligently. : seen here. s&'me sort of a sounding board that: persons having claims or demands
Rev. J. W. Caldwell will preach tomorrow EAT. ,the oil one is and which slinplj INSTALLATIONOF against the estate of Christian Cor. '
morning at the Universaliat! Stok:: Company. Just Received: drowns out a speaker In case of rain.t nero deceased to present the same .
The plan is not ')et complete in all within two ((2) years to the undersign ,
church on East Chase street at 11 Stock Company, one Halibut! : Chunks, Halibut Quick. Lunch NEW OFfiCERS '
the details, but th>fe is no questIon ed, who has taken out letters of ad- 't
Mackerel
o'clock. V service will be held in the lar of th- poPu5ar];j 50 Ms of fancy J1.25 per
which has fa but what it will go through, and wej J mipistration upon the estate of this ,
kit-
evening at 7:30 under the auspices oeeu
shall be glad to. give further particulars said deceased. Wm. J. Corner Administrator ,
will ti. ; Salmon. $1.25 "kit.
cf the Young People's Christian Unibn some time ref> =n:? ZO kits per '
Dr Caldwell leaves on the noon this afternoon, hiv:, 50 kits halibut fins, $1.25 per kit. about it from time to time. FIDELITY LODGE NO. 60, HELD AN November 25th, 1905. ; '

traIn Monday to do some missionaryork last nitu to' Donn'llj I i 50 kits of Cod Tongues, >and Sounds: INTERESTING MEETING 25novoaw3w.
I Taritnrn tnrlyle.
in Indiana and to visit his fami il1ln tj-cis. J1V25 per kIt. NOTICE. '
13at St. Louis before returning. 'erslonor the farno'i*' Bloaters, Milkers and Roes, Herring, (ft is not recorded that William the LAST NIGHT. Notice is hereby given will be' given! at the 1: Codflsn Pickled Salmon. Dill Pickles: I Slent was contemplating his chances I'I'I legatees, distributees and all other:t '
Atmore Spectrum: Mr. Hogeboom, aftern'on; at Z o'c'oc-* German Sauer Krout. of Leaven when be won that title Fidelity Lodge, No. 68, Knights: of, persons having claims or demands, ,'
<* The Pensacola Journal, Is here will! do its best tJ: : i In kits, Jl.00. whom '
) Figs Feet though Thomas Carlyle, to some ; Pj'thias, held an enthusiastic and well I aginst the estate of John McDavld dej.j. '
Working! up a free mail delivery route ;os' and children .-'.o Maaewsl and l..aaie's Fruit Cake.I writer applies the paradoxical} phrase attended meeting last ngiht at the' which! will iun from Atmore out The specia'tias of inH National Biscuit Co's Fruit Cake, 25c; "the roaring apostle of taciturnity" Castle Hall when the officers elected i two ((2)) years to the undersigned at

through' the Ward Godwin and Niches : ,sre alone veil pcr' ptund.We might; he aeuced'of wanting to go ;_som-3: time ago. were Installed. Dis- the office of the McDaridHyer .Co..
neighbo'-iood.:making distanceof of,a-dnis-n; ; as thee: 1! handle the celebrated blends of The trice Deputy Grand Chancellor Sam I Pensacola, Florida who have taken; '
where there are no women. lIDO, .
about 25 and up-t:>--jae. i d the Gulf City CoffeeCo. I 1
miles and 103 families ? coffee roan! by Pasco preside over the meeting and lout letters testamentary upon the estate -
This will be a great convenience to Girl" is the bill: for; ,.' H. P.. Chipman. Manager. VT.ter ouc-e rode with Carlyle" in a j conducted the Installation! of the officers of the said deceased. William R.
the people throughout this section, ,calu: : to be among the:,i ,5 Qaxaca. 3f.c lb.; Gold Standard,!5c Chelsea! omnibus and endeavored in I who are as follows: Flowers, John J. Flowers, Executors. -
aDd we trust it will come. (' '!''lb: Piamoid' Blend,;. 25c lb; Golden I 1 rain with qnestions! to induce the great C.: C.-:James Andrews.V. November 25th,. 1905. 25novoawSw
: be chaiezl: ;at ''r C.l1|I Rio. 20c lb.Strictly I i man to break his golden silence and C.-A. H. Johnson NOTICE is hereby given that O. J.
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EVERYBODY'S FAVORITE-Blue !: fresh roasted and as gooi i coin a feW' sentences of silver speech. M. of E.-J. K. Quarels.K. purchaser of Tax Certificates
wbbon Coffee sold in this city. moody silent But and M. of. F.- Morgan
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LemOn and Vanilla Extracts. as any I Carlyltpreservetl of Rand S Nos 56, 61. 62. 63. 64, 65 and 66. date.1the
:h!' Extracts JONES I Send us your orders, and we will de.I had his
that give desserts the 1 I the defeated questioner reeuse Henry Bellinger. :nd ay of November A. D. 1801: ,
famous "Blu- PLAY AT LICRARYj!I 1 liver prcmiitlv.I I not to know Mr. H. De Witt.
Ribbon Fla\or. t \ when affecting P.-H. has filed said crtlflcat S In my office '
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I .. he asked the conductor as they M. W.-J. W. Bullard.
Jones..,\vfcora so many -- ---- -- I Carlyle, and has mad application for tax deed :
JUNIOR GUILD TEA. of hearing play,i( got out who the gentleman was and. received I. G.-P. Campbell. ,. to issue In accordance with law. Said .'
The Junor: Guild of Christ church entertainment! I the following reply: 0 0.. G.-J W. Bullard. certificates embrace the following

*.m! give a tea Thursday. January 11. for the bcneSt of the' n'II I *Oh. yes sir; I know him wel" GIVES PRIZE i described roperty situated in Escam-
from, 4 to 7 p. m, at the residence ot CJ J f nest Wednesday r The M j enough. 'E's wot you call a littery gent BRYAN TO BOWDEN COLLEGEBy bia count, Florida toit: Lot 1 of
.are Jno C Avery, The :idml slon" program will be an-: -writes books! wot nobody can under- i W F. Brown's division of E. % o( N.
cents, entitles the guest to refresh-. ,'I stand. Ks a bit off his chump, like Associated Press i I lB. U of S. W. }4. W. ol R. R, Section

JIlPnts' and also a musical.program'SatandTh I many of those!! gents, but be ain't a bad Brunswick, Maine, Jan. 5.-It was'j 5, Township 5 north. Rang 30 west .'
-2tChamberlain's containing 2 acres North 75 ft of lot
J. HAHN IS sort if you take him the rIhl.way." announced today that William J. Br>-,: 5 block 69. City
Contented Men to Bowden College -}16 and east H of lot ,
< .I an has given a prizS 3 S. R. 31)<)
Cough Remedy Abs I 'of Pensacola, S-c. 19. Tp. ,
; Nest Thin discussing tae.
the :
Do : for the best essay '
: Lot 13 and E: % of lot 127 block
lutely Harmless. y BETTER II Is I'W.
hour'of It
: DOI\'tlire a..single your life principles of free government 2
The fault 6f I' ? 99; City of Pensacola, Sec. 19! Tp.
giving children medl- q J without doing' exactly Svhat Is to b. called the Philo-Sherman Bennett
rIDe Containing are usually the best fed is.. R. OV.. Lot 13. block 100 City
'* l sometime more Injurious disastrous substances than the to The Journal. I nrn. If you live hero done in it and going straight throughIt prize. J of Pensa o\a\ ,Sec., 19. :Tp: 2 S.. R. 20,
?!*?'ase from which Jan. 5.-Friends 'in live ,vel!. It from beginning to end. Work play, -,. -- ,,--'-- I W. Lot J H. b1ockIO'. ), City of Pena-
suffering.
fjery moth-r should they know are that Cham- W. J. Hahn, will bo you, I' study whatever it b.take hold at once : 1 cola. Sec. ,n.. Tp. .2 S., R. 30 W. loOt
Cough that lie is still living. and finish it up squarely. Then do the 24. block! 100, City of Pensacola. See. ., ,

grains:.for ch'ldren'! Remedy to tak is It perfectly contains I (j J rsda improvement.', and ,shows some; Only the Bestof next thing without letting:any moments I I 19: TD, 2 y, R. 30 W Lot 10. block .

sn/lns harmful and for coughs. colds'I Ind and Indomitable I drop In between. It Iii wonderful to see feOFFEE. 1 16. City of Pensacola. Sec. 19. Tp. 2
these S R. .30 W The..sala.land being as- '
croup t j3 unsurpassed. For sale by him together with!' bow many bours prompt 'peoplecontrive .
*.' lrugists. to up.see his chlldce, ,everything is served to make of a day. It Is as If sessaJ at the date In pf the lbs name issuance of E.Walker of. .
such certificates
((' across the con here and i n the< mot: i j they picked up the moment you daw- I ;I. M Har '
J tirkiiovn o\\'per.
bedside. j, diets lost. ,And If you ever find yourw.lt' ,
NEW father's pleasing manner. ; leave -shen you quit and use Mel-sa: Perkins Mrs. A. S. De:!
YEAR PRESENTSJOHN <. of Dr. Gate and con' [ where you have so, many things'press-- Tel ham Franc's! Jackson and Lafayette -

A. attention from wife :, Ins upon yoik that you hardly know I I Hudson. Unless said certificates shall
!!! HALL LOAN COMPANY
V/n the staying hand ,of, where to begin let me tell you a secie according to law, tax
Mru-rGLVE A PRESENT SATURDAY re..I POSTUMI be rQdeeia:
MiiTr.TO EACH CUSTOMER WHO hope years.he maY jet | I :: Take hold of the very one that deed I will nme tbirto'aon the 29th

I PAYMENT ON ACCOUNT many j J comes to baud, anJ you will find the day of January: A D. 1906. Witness
roo FIRST WEEK IN JANUARY. Kan'dykitchen Cafe I'I rwtxvill fall',Ipto line and follow alter, COFFEE ray official sgnature! and seal this...the
tti IN ONE DAY I
.i E. GOVERNMENT. : COLD BROMO Quinine \ like a company of well drilled soldiers FOOD i 30 day of D( mber. A. D. 1905. A.. I ,

and.,though: work may be Lard to meet I M :lI }ll1an! Clerk Circuit Court. Es-
WHITE lst8 refund money If it m4S.Paafox! Phone 999 "THERE'S A REASON." I'I Florid By IA G. Ay
ROCK WATER E. W. GROVE'S signa. when it charts In a squad,)Jt Is euDJunQul.ti cambia county :

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C ,, Stores : Southern States Lumber
1J$ $yy." 'I H'lP lished, woodworking plants; number Supt_ Company
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'l fe; WHERE THE JOURNAL c with 519 and electric light and power PENSACOLA FLORIDANo.
Ib CAN BE FOUND. plants third with, :329, I e..

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9e The Peneacola Journal fa on fist covers the: widest possible range

sale! at the following places in and embraces 'practically all lines of r I 5603.H. .
Ivry; '>>. the city: + manufacturing. ,

d Bay Hotel. .ii- In. amount; of' capita)' invested, so I ; 'C,. W.L. CQVINGTON.LAMAR. Vice-president President JNO.M. E. PfEIFFER.CLARK, Cashier.Atst. Cashier.'
tw Coe', Book Store. far this ,
iN' as could be gathered, it will:
Gem of News Stand fFiF be a matter of general surprise that I I

u Book Store Oklahoma leads, all other states, including .. .. THEAMERICAN NATIONAL BANKOF
0 Hotel
rt Escambla. Texas with Its large prepontierance ,
1 t3 Merchants HoteL 'i, of numbers:by several million ,1 PENSACOLA. FLA.
I d9 Southern Hotel.Thompson's #I dollars., .'
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<. Walker's. Book Store. .'itl1 The Birmingham Age-Herald 'asks: -s Capital.. Stock $200,000 Surplus' $40,000
-What will Alice Roosjveltwear?" 3QOO?CXFUS .
..J'g fF1F"' # fl' Y> 3DZX%::

Dead easy. Clothes 1cq Henry I* Covlngtoa, S. J. Foshee.J. .

.' M. Pfellfer.! A. M.. Avery
t The Outlook sszx TiF e Y g Bi&>h iFit W.. 1L Milton Jr..
) Bryan a nwody.
0.' E. Maura,
for Democrary. NEWS AND VIEWS '" : \ ., :- 1- Prank leilly.'' w.' L., CawUon.

: FROM STATE PAPERS. k" ; .. > ,.W. S.: Rosa BCD. C. A. O'Neal.
The Montgomery Journal takes an 4Z .. '.I -;I\-iiIUALS T. F.. McGourln. Dr. W. J. Hannai.F.
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r r y N IF YOU NOTICE THERE ONLY. A THIN LIN.. BETWEEN THESE. TWO; ,
r optimistic view of the political out Z 0. E. Brawner. McKenzie Oertia:: .
S look from a democratic standpoint IT'S A HOLDUP IN EITHER CASE FOR. MR,., YQU., .ME. C. W. Lamar. Alex McGowln,

A believing that the country at large Lamar to Begin Canvass. I t I J. R. Saunders .C. JL Covington.Accounts
Congressman W. B. Lamar writesa I
.,;: would welcome a change' in the administration personal friend here that he will II feet of the negro walking toward him.I COUGHS: AND COUGHING. > of Banks, Individuals, Corporations! and Firms Soilcted.r .

;i of the affairs of the government be in. Florida some time In March in When helooked up and tier what, :;. # FouS cent. 'Interest paid on Time Deposits.
' and has the following tot a canvass for the nomination for re I vas before him he jumped over a' Katnre'. Method of Clearisigthe l Air % SHOULD- INCLUDE it .

4 say along] these, lines: election\ and will speak at several,, high chicken coop and made: 'lor tall Pa*.ace.->t eless COD.h.. ?f SENATOR PLATT' .' '
places in Walton county In' that in- timber. If the'darkej has stopped I I A cough was intended by nature u. *.
Congressmen are already gathering running the fact is not knwn to any (Memphis Commercial-Appeal) #:.
I-- In Washington preparatory to the terest.-De Fuaiak. .Breeze.. I citizens of Live Oak. The Incident a means of removing som offending! *1 XVII. H KNOWLES. President. W. K. HYER.'JR. V-Pres.; and Casala:, ,

opening of corfgress There is every Opposition to Lamar. caused much merriment for th! ,onlookers substance from: the air passages! and f THOS. W! BRENT;.AssL Cashier. W. N. ROBERTS. Asst. Cashier
;i'' inclination that the remainder of the .-Live Oak Daily Democrat. is such It is of the greatest protection
i'' The Ocala Banner that
present session will be one of the says Congressman |.* if the irritation 4 f the mucous uiem'
,Lamar will have oppositionin We notice that Stats Senator Brack-
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liveliest and fraught with more. Interest bran of the larynx and bronchial
Dr. :
- to the country than any held in his district and plenty of it. but j Hyram Byrd. I ett of,Saratoga !has introduced a resolution -
he will find more on account of his i I The career of Dr. Hjram Byrd who tubes caused: l p the presence of some.
the last twenty years. I I in the. New::York senate callingon ;
i body 'of the mucous
There are EO many important mat. treatment of Taylor than on accountof [was reared o4 a farm in Pierce county strange 'f' usual V First National Bank
Chauncev resign his
John secretion in too 'did nt Depew to pos-
the great
harp Williamsepis de. quantity
;'t- tens to -be discussed, In which the Georgia, and who has risen 10 tnj (
feels vital It will always be found that a mag-! health, I 1 excite the explosive act which we calf ition as United! States senator from
country a and
interest high position :of assistant oft \ .
bi there is such a wide difference of nanimous'' spirit Is a: winning card.-i:I 'j| coughing "wq<< should? ,be in constant New York .* ..,'*
of the State of Florida, is
example -
an
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orinlo among the dominant party p* West Palm ,Beach. .Sun.., k, danger of suffocation every time we While the: resolution is timely and of Pensacola, Fla,
!U t t to the proper' solution of the problems Business worthy of emulation' by .other : had a, S ight., tt kof ,bronchitis'or: '; a I ought?to be adopted we see no reason .
- II ta be discussed and acted upon that Doing Thriving poor bors'h4? have an ambition to cold in the '('pesCIf why it ehonU not be amen4ed to in- -/ := -
The new firms in caichinacatfish '
engaged 1
the minority party: for the first time !!get up in the world From a poor .a eougU:rwere occasioned only :[in cud4) Senator' Platt. Senator .Depew?
q4, In may years has a great opportunity the lakes and above trout are In'Oksechobee doing a and farmer boy Dr. Bjra' now fills a posi-j! this way it would ,be a most: useful I has confessed' to receiving( money DIRECTORSi' !' F. C. Brent, W.. A Blount, Wm 'H Knowles,

. tefore If the it democratic. members are wise" I i business! receiving gootf thrhng'l tion of honor and trust for which he I measure, and.,;there:would be no more. from an' insurance company to represent -W. 1C Hycr, Jr., D. G. Brent..

If Its leadership really leads something ,: all their shipments. A large : receives a handsome salary. He had]1| need for'cough mixtures than for rem%4' Us ia'erests. He does not say

'[ it has seldom done to the. sat: o( men are finding profitable employment ,a determination to succeed in the] edies to arrest breathing but. the human j that the representation! \ thus bargainedand
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inaction of the the here in, the fishing business world, but being without the necessary -, machine ;l party or country Tribune. funds to education he the .! "of lie United-Stated, but and Domestic Exchange Bought and Sold
we shall see the next congress controlled Tampa. secure order'Uke:any other mechanism The gen* ? Foreign,. -
asked for and received the assist that of logic called elimi
process
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by the democrats and not the wires get CCt edand: a message meat
Gainesville's Christmas., .ance of his uncle Mr. Banner 1LThomas fin' many are convinced that it is
republicans and this is something tie-I from some distantorgan'like the liTer,
;d devoutly to be wished. The country That was a splendid Christmas of Waycross. Mr Thomas for' itoay or nothing, and these many have
example, get switched over to
is Is ripe for a change not only In the I present presented to Gainesville by 'did not give his nephew the money the nerve center .a def p-seatcd. belief that not even insurance We draw'our own Bills of Ex. Vessels disbursed upon the.most
which regulates the '
t complexion of congress but in a the Supreme Court. The Buckman to pay for an education but he leaned companies. pay, out money for eh ncn ,Oreat Britain Ireland. Favorable Terms and their obligations !-
r } him with the understanding thatit complex series of movements produe- 'I.trla. Italy
it to lance
(change of the chief executive. The school law was declared valid in every nothing Garmany, ; taken payaPlo at Port ofDestination
ii Toutlook is most encouraging for a respect and now there should be no was to be returned when he com- I. ing cough. "Tins. center receiving!! a Senator Platt acknowledges the receipts Holland, 'Spain. Belgium, Russia ,
?" democratic victory In the congression farther; opposition offered to the pletei his course of learning and gota I stimulus from somewhere, responds ) of Insurance moneys to be used Norway. Sweden, Denmark, and Ten Days After Vessel

-!; al election in 1906 and in the presidential speedy completion of the University position. This [?r. Byrd did'' in avery 1 Just ,as it the message came from the in political campaigns In this the other European! countries. Arrives there.

''- election in 1908. "Coming building at Gainesville Madison New short while after leaving college ,- larynx, and a' cough is established. senior' N-w York senator is not quite

W'' evtents cast their shadow before." Enterprise.. and Mr, Thomas 'In noting the This "liver cough" does no good, and so farm the mire as Is his junior confere -

y and the shadows of the democratic New York's.,New. *Chief.* of rapid the rise fact of that the young he assisted man is proud him. the sooner it,is stopped the better.. ; but *f we remember rightly. Senator Safety Peposit(Soxes. For Rent, in Connection.with, which we
triumph already appear in the dls' I Again' the mucous membrane of Platt, last )'ear, openly ,avowed '
tance. It is a thunderously queer idea thata Hyram Byrd: was made of the right some portion of the air tubes, instead that the postal package system was have a Private Department for the Use,of Renters.
kind knew such wordas
retired"army officer of the United of stuff aqd no i
| of secreting too freely, may become hostile to .the interests his expresscompany
States who is too old ana incapacitated fail. His native county, and the
The Mississippi legislature has ; and for this be accomplished
reason
dry: The nerve center'is warned xne.
for military duties In time of whole state of Georgia for that matter
'passed a measure barring lobbyists peace should be r selected for the arduous is proud of the record he has I chanically tb'there' is something irriI .' the death of the measure.provUing'such Savings Department-Interest Paid on 'Deposits at
? :, from the capitol. A similar law would job of chief of police of the made. What he has accomplishedcan :I tating the l larynx or'bron bial tubes a system. :
'work: welt In other states Florida in city of New York: On the surfaceit be done by other boys, whQ have: t j and it,starts;-a, cough to get rid of it Surely here was a representation of rate of 4 per cent per annum.

. eluded, looks as, though the venerable Gen- the honesty grit ana': determinationto I 'Ih cough, too, is .useless< ,and worse' the express company and not of the
people; The senator's services
cral Bingham not to rise in the world. Recently a big may J
was exepected than useless for it serves only to irrll ; .
I not,,have been'paid for bv fixed sums ',
in a '
banquet was given Jacksonville tc "
do much J beyond drawing his pay l tate sUH more: the inflamed mucous
Southern Industriesf leaving the actual work of the office Dr. (Joseph Y 'Forter State Health I seems to have been the case with U BJLTOM QAZXN rultJ>*vT.B. T. B. WKLLE8 VICE.FBlsutiirr.
to younger and more active assist. Officer tar Florida, and among the | membrane ,: Senator Depew, nevertheless he received .as.CVSU.CifHIlf: MANS)'LZW MORENO,AMZ.CAaCitizens
f the Year 1905. ants The transaction is open to the speakers" and around the banquet ta r Cough may,also be excited by abnormal for them the remuneration of National nk
ble'was Dr. Hyram BjrdWINGLESS conditions in the nose, ears the protected profits of ,his company.So .
t :The: following Interesting reca pit u. suspicion of not being in the best of .. .. ,
faith with the public though whether I or gullet or may: occur as a symptom I1 far as morality is concerned the of P.I1.&Cola.FIend. "
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lattan, of southern, industrial progress -thought If justified will depend BIRDS of disease of the heart kidneys or representation! given insurance by atreotorr.Oeo.W .

'' during the year 1905 is from The upon the administration of the office nervous system. In such cases }It is Senator Dpew is not a whit less iniquitous Wrtrtt" MorrU Sear. T. j. Wen.i

Tradesman. While it shows that 170 during the general's .incumbency. sew Zealand Swarmed With Tfeet II the endeavor of the pbyslcitn to arrest than that given his express aia 1i.Aobinies. L Hlltott Green.
A JENERM. B\NKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED.
Tampa Times. Before the cough discovery and removal company by Senator Platt Therefore -
i new Industries were established in It. Occ ptlon t>r Man. by ..
' Jf the New York legislature is '
t of the cause, if possible, or, if ,this "
For
Florida during the year, this state ages before fits occupation by
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to as't the junior
The American Hen. going senator to resign
has next to the smallest number cred- When we teas:, in the reports of man New Zealand swarmed with great cannot be done, by the administration: ( while it is engaged in the good ............ .. ..>...i...............*...*........N

I Ited to any of the southern states. the agricultural department, that the wingless birds which found there no of cough remedies. work the invitation shoul be extended J. $.. RE; ,President., E. W. MENEFEE. Caihier. j
The record of the year 1905 in the "American hen" contributed last year carnivorous enemies but an abundance In cough membrane due to dryness of the mucous In an equally peremptory mannerto ]t I 4- R. M. CARf. Vlce-Presldent. *

' establishing of new Industries th'ougn to the national wealth the sum ot of vegetable food.. 'The moan not only of the air tubes the the senior 1 senator,

r, out the south as reported to The $:8Q, OOOOO: .and then reflect upon the existed In vast numbers and for'thousands remedies employed are those that will ,. 'J !! .1
i, Tradesman shows the high watermark price of eggs in, Florida we continueto I promote a ,flow of mucus to moistenthe \ I Olree ors--L. J. Reeves, L Reese. w. Kessler I R. 'M. Carl
of southern industrial progress. wonder why \\t is that tho bulk of of years, but bad such diversityof J+i offending part.: This can sometimesbe W. A.. O'Alembertc, T. A. JennIng. .
ti. Tie record of the year is embracedin our consuming< comes from other form as to embrace no less than seven accomplished without medicine by Carpet Stains. TRA\I'-sACTf 'A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESs.. :

} the following figures for each quarter states, and what Is the reason that genera containing twenty spades the inhalation of the vapor rising.from Some housekeepers haTe theft carpets JOUR ACCOUNT IS RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED .
t ; Floridians do not make stronger ef a remarkable fact which is unparalleled a pitcher of hot water to which a.teaspoonful wiped off while on the floor witha t.,.,,',t, <.. .......,.... .,......_" ,'" .. .,. .. tll.. :..

First quarter ... 1.645 forts to supply local poultry require : of benzoin has been added. cloth wrong out of warm water with
....... ments.- t. Augustine' Record.: In anT other part of the which t
Second' quarter .. 1,1635 ,-- Until: the'cabseof, a cough is known a little ammon's' has been mix
..... 1.546 world. The commonest kinds in the ed. water ..
Third ,quarter the use of medicines. The must be changed often.
Fourth quarter ............ 1,414 To Ship Fish from Lake Okeechobee. North island were only from two and most of which'powerful cough ; The colors of a light axminster or'any 1=1. 3V!: fCJ4B.-Y.
? Capt. T..A. Bass of Kisshnmee has contain paregoric or opium -. .. .
one-half to four Those of the "
1905 6,170 been In town this week making' arrangements feet high. ,in some;form:, is most Inadvisable: : other beary pile carpet will brighten Waoleult and K tell Dealer in
I:1 Total for year 1904 5,596 to start in the business South island were mostly from four to Youth's,Companion. wonderfully after this treatment One Steam Domestic Anthracite f\

Total) for year of shipping fresh water fish on a Biz feet tall while .the giant forms, ....... housekeeper has all her heavy carpets O 0 A L I

Increase over 1904' .............. 571 largo 'scale, the first of the year. He reaching twelve and thirteen feet, were Take Care of 1ar 'l'eetb. crabbed on' the> floor. with plenty of and,Blacksmith'
+ New industries by states: has invested 19,000( in boats, nt-ta. etc. always rare All decay of the teeth begins, from soap: and warm water. An ink spot etBc-Jfor: +t.South >?il .f D strett. Telephone, 83.

Alabama .. .... : 450 and expectsto employ about one hundred Immense deposits of;moa bones barebeen I I I without. if the teeth's, was removed 'frpm a light colored ax- Yard: corner' Tarragona and Gonzalez streets. Phones 6 and 372ICC J

Arkansas .? ... ..' ... .... ... .. 372 and fifty hands. He has purchased found in localities to ,which they Consequently clean l minster! carpet by the application of .
"4: Florida .. ... .'. .. .. ... .... 170 the fish boat "Four Hundred' appear to have been washed from the surfaces be kept scrupulously common sand soap wIth| a Soft cloth J ,' ,
ltd+1 Georgia ., .. .. .. .... .. .. 383 from Mr. H. E. H ttman. has just hills in tertiary times., Skeletons on they cannot Ca1. Let the child early wrung out of warns water. 1'0' '
,' Indian Territory u .. .. .. .. .. 14| launched? a new boat at Kissimmee for the with acquire the :habit of using a small films
+ Kentucky .. .. .. .. ..' .. .. .. 316 I this purpose, and will have cold storage and surface ligaments of the ground, skin toothbrush dipped into chalk 'flavored Deviled r:.... -' grdesr Your

I' Louisiana .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 27o I and commissary barges. The still attached, have given with some aromatic drug and let it understand I 1, Have six eggs boiled at least COAL and WOOD I
i Mississippi .. ... .. ... .. .. ... 317 fish will be caught! in Lake Okeecho- the Impression that these birds have ,, that theplacea most needing twenty, ,'
down here for shipment been exterminated recent ; minutes.: Shell and cut In thin allces.j .
North Carolina ... .. .. 545 bee and sent' in very ;years the brush are those between the teeth. -
.... ... 306 I western points. Lake Okechobee but other facts point to a different con j Arrange the slices: in six rounds of buttered *tiill1ts' Iceland
South Carolina ... .. .. ,.. tp That Is the place where decay almost, .C.i" Fuel Company. .
r ,. Tennessee .. .. .. ..' .. ..' .. ...60I i is the largest body of fresh water InI I elusion. Tradition seems to show, according toast and place in the oven to I
Oklahoma .. .. .., .. .. .. .. ..6.., the. country.and the fish there are of to F. M. Hnttoi that the moa invariably appears. Mucous secretions I keep'bet Melt two tablespoonfuls of Offlc r-C TMr Cha *.and Tarracona. Phone 259I

Texas .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 901 I'a fine quality2nd will} afford a rich became extinct in the North Island soon i and secretions of food are always found ''butter, stir In a teaspoonful dry mustard .

Virginia .. .. .. .-." .. .. ... .. 384 '!harvest-Ft. Mvers. Press. after the arrival of Maoris in New Zea between the, teeth after a meal /They twq;drops tabasco sauce, two tablespoonfuls -- .
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ry i .. '. ... .. 43. t 'I may be removedith a toothpick. It '
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.. Worcestershire
West Virginia land-that is, ,not les.'than 400 to 500 sauce, two .
He. Saw the Elephant. I I'I Is almost an art to use a toothpick.. '
years and in the South island tablespoonfuls tomato catchup, one ta
ago
.iti Total ',. 6.170 I A laughable Incident occurred Wed One must beware of injuring the fleshy, blespoonfol mushroom .I :
be- about 100 later. catchup ,and a SHiNESSASH DOORS WINDOW
,From the foregoing it will be seen cesday. A negro was walking years parts and leaving splinters, ,
'i''hfd1'fasome pinch"of salt
When
House and the bowl. The fresh appearing skin' and, lip boiling pour over
the Brown GLASS'I
that Texas leans l with next 901 with new 601 indus-and tween ing alley with his head bowed. and menta are supposed to bar?'been pre cases may cause 'the foss' ':of'atooth. the eggs and toast and serve, or omit :.,1 /, BUILDING! MATERIAL.
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; tries Tennessee Metal: toothpicks should be. altogether ,
.575 which is a studying.. SiraViMily Mary. John H served by unusually with ,
Oklahoma third avoided. Those: of dnlj J',and : I PhoneI.] H. G. DeSILVA & I
npst.'remarkable showing. i Spark's big elephant that had broke *, .' ., toast rounds with anchovy past soft. :, .' _
; bard wood -
,Of tbs various Industries estab- ,loose gave a snort when within five are best.-Lon Lancet" ,wita! .lemon jojc*,.;.v.;, :'lj'i I -

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T TESTIMONIALS[ 'Don't t ,Jump BUILDING- ORDlTOlCfPASSED BY COUNCILMeeting ...- :' ,Noted Chicago Physician and





r PRESENTED[ E N [ to conclusions and think: .because Chemist '

you hare suffered so long of the. City Council Held,Yesterday at Noon When Ordinance ,. Commends Duffy :rI r-

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Erection Buildings
from chronic Governing ,
PUN that it is -
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incurable. Passed.$ ., #;.ow.-x. Dr.Eidherraleading consulting -'
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Whetheryon call it _, 1 .. .
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rheumatism A lio; to toe of ::l tk: ;;<=:$; ,
backache
I neuralgia, special session of the City .Council City Engineer! approval.. I L : :
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,of..Public Works t. States that he finds
i Board : Duffy's
was held yesterday at'noon, Mayor the :; ; ;; :otM:

8y the Office Force at Dinner I" earache, toothache,headache Bliss, presiding: ; and.',a qUorum' pres.' Sec. I. of'.reg4trenents'the'.City r.ulri of g'metaJ the ordinances \ *.'1 1tWW ri Pure Malt Whiskey perfectly ,.'

Given at His Home Wednes. a sprain, indigestion ors'rne ent. The meeting was (or the purpose "covered shutter* to windows, shall not :: k +i Y\z! ; pure and entirely free of

internal :of taking action, upon the building! ordinance apply to buildlngt'of! fire-proof con- ) ;'

day Evening. I. trouble, which I which hal'.be-n'amended and .struction. ,: ; \ .t1! l.tip coloring matter, wood spirits '

:you .don't; rightly know the passed its second reading at the meet: Sec. 5. That, alf. In'conflict ordinances' anJ"farts "lair* and fusel oiL _
af herewith -
ordinances
ing .the ,nig&t previous.. ; ect \1it. ti .
nature the 'surest and most be and.the same:are hereby repealed. $
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One ()f the pleasant events connect- This ordinance Is In.regard to buildings '--t. L C ::::;::i: ?:;l;@*:. "I pronounce Duffy's an excellent .
from business '
+t with the retirement reliable relief and ,cure is of six or more stories. It was Sec. 6. That'thi ,crdinance shall 'HtM t tonic-stimulant tissue
C. Watson."I'ho had served
., f Thos. for Immediate) after its :
: read the third time and passed. take effect ;)! passage \ x.w.
'. man years at the head of the HAMLINS WIZARD OIL. L ... 4m2W
for !of Thos. C. Watson & Co.. occurred I The Ordinance.The and approvals' ...."..;... biniderandinvigorator, i
firm Stii 1906. :
Wednesday nigh; at the homeo Passed( January ; q iif which be used
ordinance in full and it has can by young
This medicine acts directly ; as Approved'January. 5th, 1906. ...
tbat gentleman I bean by the I Is follows CHAS H- BLISS vqt and
On That occasion Mr. Watson gave approved. mayor as ::lM old for wasting diseases i
to the office force of the old I upon the nerves and blood : Attest: :Mayor of Pensacola.? '

a dinner whiCh has been succeeded byjo'on : An ordinance regulating the construction -4(I C. E. ME R1TT'. Clerk.: .I 1f nervous debility,loss ,
firm Watson. There i vessels in such a way as to relieve of building of six or mora Elected City Engineer.I .
& were I ': t a of appetite and in short in
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of the office force present and: stories: i W. F. Lie, who has. served. the city -. __ ___ ___ : \ ,
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e th:even' evening was one of continued en- inflammation, reduce BE IT ORDAINED BY THEJ MAY. for a number of, ears M city engineer _________________iii; all cases where an effective

,nment. The dinner was of eight swellings and drive the OR AND BOARD OF ALDERMEN. OF was again chosen for that position.He : ;: {wl
jol out tonic is
,0ur1\es.\ THE CITY OF PENSACOLAr; jrelgnJ toin ,time since) 'on account :: l : required.

The surprise of the evening came exact cause of trouble to.which i Section t. That all buPd'ngs! six of Ipajequate.abnt': .In reelectinghim ? ::%jt\:: _u! In his original report he says:

towe'ier, just before the conclusion of or more stories shall be of fire-proof( yesterday thevcouncil. increased ; $:il MM "The samples of Daffy's Pore :Malt Whiskey '

the last course. It was then that the the pain is due. Price 50 cents I construction. '- his, ,salary to. $150k3>er month. c < ::\}ll :.M submitted to laboratory for chemical examination .-
firm. Hooton & Sec. :. That Bat* Line"for ,Surveys.
members of the new all exterior brick or tH
: rM ; were found perfectly and entirely free of
handsome testimonial and SI.OO. F Mayor Bliss tfthe following comraunicatiou -] pure
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Ttason, presented a lly guaranteed. i stone walls of any building of six or
'' 'tii: :f amyl and methyl alcohols fusel oil and wood
) to :Mr Watson, asking that itt more stories: shall be' constructed so to the.council, which was = \ '
>e accepted; as a 'gift of appreciationfrom as to conform to the fo'lowing table adopted aad ordered followed out ,In I ":"' (;N;' spirits),and also devoid coloring matter. Com

'hm of the manner In which he For sale and recommended by of stories, minimum thickness. anl future: ".;; _' I '_______________________ ______\.$;' parative tests have been made with samples of '
ban conducted the business for so' WHITE'S PHARMACY, maximum heights to-wit:. PensacolarFla.- Jan. 4, 1906. :,.: .\" Daffy Malt Whiskey, bought from different

ran*- vearsMr Pensacola To tha Honorable Board of AUermen. I \ L : tM. drug stores in this city,with the same result. On

Watson was taken completely Fla. b4! City of:P .*sacola: i I _ '' basis of these examinations, I pronounce your
' I,' surprise, but arose to the occasion Phone 180 Night Phone 446. -'.0.0 <"
rnrt: thanked them for the handsome; ,. I CO'bee ,., =' :. tG: ?a. ;mattt'r; of much importance I : '\ builder and invigorator which can be used by

flf 0 .:2 : to Unl:cityv: especially at this I '-: young and old for wasting diseases nervous debil
He had no more than cancluded his ..... e0m \' time, wheawe contemplating improvements I_, %' Ity,1osaofappetiteandinsbortinaUcssewe '
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re,nark"?, however, before the office LAURtl UlLl ,;as 'sewers,. water works ''- -_an effective tonic required. Ds.E.M,EmmrsB -
caused a surprise by presenting "' ; DR. E. M. EIDHERE.
force again ; '' : t 1. and improved streets. The matter to Chicago.m. July,1905. t 's
another handsome testimonial ,-, .c-, ,.. which I ref( r'js the survey of the city.
.->f their esteem and friendship for : ., t- '- Strange ':as- it may appear and as
Pure
Duffy's Malt
i'tn! Accompanying the gift with suitable important .as.U is, there seems to be Whiskey .
:' ren'arks Special to 'The Journal. : .d I t- no fixed point-in the city from which ,
While both gifts were greatly ap- Laurel Hill Fla., Jan. 5.-Mr. :S M .W... .t0.2 .-.. ,surveys are made. It appears from has been for calf prescribed by doctors!,and used exclusively over 2.000 leading hospitals,as the greatest tonioetimnlantknown to medicine -
mted: they came so much is.\ a century. It is the only positive preventive and cure of consumption pneumonia, core throat, bronchitis,
pr Brown of the Clutter Music House, the history of the past that conflicts ,colds, grippe -
surprise that for a space of a fewtIIoml'nts coughs malaria-low fevers,indigestion.constipation,and every form of lung bowel and stomach trouble. It makes the old ,
the gentleman was unableto Pensacola passed through here Sunday = have existed between surveyors, and young- and the young strong. Duffy's contains no fuse oil and it is the only whiskey recognized by the Government as a medicine. -
en route to Do Funiak : Mt-t-.. .... that large discrepancies! in CACTIOK- .
the donors, but suceeded in Springs. L" P'4 .. appear WbenyooMk for Da1r'.Y". Pure Malt Whiskey' be sera yon get the genuine. Look for the "Old Chemist '
thank
Mrs. W. F. Martin returned Friday their work. .And it seems today that trade-mark.' Imitations are absolutely dangeroai. Du 'y'a Is sold by all reliable draeg-Ut and grocers or direct,$!a bottle. -
his appreciation not only: Be.-re the seal over the cork Is
trpressmg uabroken. Medical booklet and ducton'advice tree. Duffy Malt Whbkey Co..Rochester, .
th handsome testimonials but after spsnd.ng; several days with her ;; 4w if serious. questions, be raIsed! as to X.y.N.
for
ihc sentiment that accompanied! them. daughter Mrs. G. W. Dunson at An .S _:r. ;: the exact location of various property GOLDRIN G, Distributor. -
dalusia, Ala.Mr. that it would be impossible to fix it by

..: survey, beginning at any particular _ _ _ _ _ _ _ '- ,_-'- '
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Chamberlain's Cough Remedy the M. W. Lath rom. for about a < ] -
Best Made.'In year train dispatcher of the Yellow p.. .n ic'h'i-;.. ;... spot whose location is definitely] ..e..........................*t4.t
flyer H R. with offices at Falco .Junction '-ea '-' << ,., known. We find upon examination of ,t'.
nu opiizon: Chamberlain's Cough Fla., left on the first to accepta the city that various streets are narrower -I TOMPKINS 1 1Special '
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nndis! the best made for colds," position as third trick dispatcher: in some places" than In others; i DON'T PUT THAT WEDDING OFF ,

fj\s :Mr. Cora Walker of Porter*ille, in the L. A; N. office at P nsacola.Ir. : : that the angels of these streets are f
California There Is no doubt about Lathrom's successor has-not yet C4CIOlt.4L not the same: that some streets are I .i
its being the best. No othsr will curea been named. wider'at one 'ealef the block than I Don't, wait till you get rich to get married. :Many of the

cold so quickly. No other is so sure .... : : they ''are at'the..other; that many of to The Journal. : happiest homes in Pensacola are furnish on our :
Mr. J. H. Cravey of Falco Ala. -
a prventira of pneumonia. No other spent few days in Laurel Hill last .... :1N'? the streets narrow: ,dQwn. by a step-by. Tompkins! Jan. 5. The Christmastree
.,o pleasant and safe to take. Tbes* a :_ step 'process; .that, bouses and fences at the school house Saturday I J

*r* good reasons why it should be preyed -week. I' -c_. ; ae In many places:' nrptrude: out into the night was a howling success with, BUY NOW PAY LATER PLAN.
Chas: Richbourg' who ha& been cm- 1)) eJ,; :', In
to any other. Tne fact is thatf : : street and softe places there Is a drunke ness- fighting and pistol nract'ce >> -,
f pf opl? are satisfied 'With any other tloyed=! with the Y. R. R. R. Co, for O-r-gSJ conflict as to where CUe street really the principal. attraction. Arrests. .
NCoIMid" ,
after having once used this remedy. the past* three 3 ears. has resigned to s4 '" = exists. : will follow.A i Couples! with wedding data ahead" are urged to come in Janl ,

Jor sale by all druggists. accepta position as salesman in De "d Of cpurse. we aU! know'where the spiall party 'gathered at the residence I se us. Special inducements for complete. outfits. 4.

Funiak Springs' with the King Com tQQ'Z Puaza is, andabot its ''general location of E. W. Tompkins,.and attended : Bedroom suit $20.00 up. : -I

ran). doSec. ... .' .-but who is tii ?e that can tell us a private Christmas tree. All had .
Mr. J. L. Rlchbourg log inspectorof Iii rJ. I whether the 'srone'fcppmg is put upon a fine time. I I MARSTON &, QUINA \ :4'

J. E. REEDButcher : Milligan.the Scotch spent Manufacturing Sunday; at home.J. Co. at ;S.; The 'Height ictf.thickness\ 'the I exact lines or' )hot. 'and where is Mr,' John ?
.'M. Martin returned TuESday hav of walls'and buildings of sUe .constructiou I there' a starting! -point to survey and Mr. John Johnson. of St. Andrews J 108-110 S. Palafox St. Phone 148., Pensacola, Fla. '
prov the same? St. Michael's Cemetery and' T. of Frvnk., Fla. were
and 4Green Grocer ing visited. Mac ,. and Atlanta last or o; more than'eight tojjeg ? tyrp( Cuke
veek. Qn in bright l shall be subject to the special is a landmark.but who knows visitors in our town last week and :..e....................... ...................... I

Cor DeVilllers and Romana Sts. Robt. A. French spent Sunday last l approval of the City Engineer and where the corner oft that, cemetery is, gave'us another call on Friday, l leav 1c' I
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with his brother 'S. G. French. Jr. Board ,of Publfc!. ,-Works, ., ; or t If there ha or who is there/ that can tell us tug for home Sunday morning with a, -
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PHONE 1022. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. WhitUngton and ,, f whethir' the fentas are upon'the lines rattling breezo.. v;\ t tt'
-----7-'r'----'' -.r "t or. not. ,or who knows whether'the ReT E. W Roberts arrived here
Meats of all kinds Western and Master George W. returned Wecnss.' IT IS FOR LADIES 'TOO. fences few/inche,, few feet his the rR r mi
day from a visit to Greenville Ala. are a or a Friday night with family ana' REESE-MENDEL TAILORING GO i i
Country Pork. Sauer Kraut Chickens off real lines?. I to
Miss Ida Fountain came home Monday the.. .I call your attention next day we 'Were doing 'our best :
end EMS: Turkeys; Geese. Ducks and morning'arter., spending several They Can Stop Their Hair'Faljmg: !, Out to th fact that two city survey I get hfs household moved across the .," ..t

everything; sold by a first-class meat days with Mrs. Gus Graen at P.orala. With Herpicide. 1 ors'ave, diwetiedas much as twenty-! bay from Blrh ad, and succeeded '11 N. Palafox Street. : : ,

market Free delivery. Mr. and Mrs.Ed. Strickland afterspending Ladies who have thin hair and five feet' as to such an Important. line finally.Mr! .. \ 4

the holidays with home folk whose hair is! falling out cq\ preventthe as the west line Maxent; tract. and T,- B. Arrington.Js to leave here BUILDERS OF MEN'S FINE, CLOTHES.
j.t Pensacola returned Friday last: hair if such wide discrepancies 'exist as to and move to Alabama. Wonder what
falling and thicken
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i. Mr. J. F. Richbourg was a visitor growth with Newbro's 'Hsrpiclde.i such importantplaces., I again ask ho expects" to to Pensacola Sunday last. how can the!? exact location of any ?,
: Besides. Herpicide is one,of the most ; SUMMER SUITS. jjgWe
: + The public school l opened last Tues agreeable hair dressings there ,is I property'. be determined? Mr. E. W. Tompkins is still at work ':':' extend 'a cordial invitation to our friends to call and examine -,< '
day after a ten days vacation' during Herpicide kills the smdruft germ Itoccurs, to'me' that a very Important grinding his Japanese cane. lie is ;I same $ -
P Pure i the holraays: with good att?nd- that eats the hair off- at ,Ihe root t, thins that should be done by making a' fine'quality of syrup,' and ii Gent1 men' Pressing Club. Dues $1.0:; to $:.50. S

i ance. After the 'germ is destroyed, the root..this council and, should be done _at plenty of It, E. I.. REESE, .'
+ Mr. F. L.,. Strjckland of Wing, Ala., will shoot up, and the hair grpw long I I once, is the locating of a base line J. MENDEL. ?' i.. ,
.. + was In Laurel Tuesdaj.. ) as ever. Even a sample will convince In the city of Pensacola, and a starting ......---.-- ...--r ----- U ** S ** ***** .t j
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: any' lady that Newbros HerpieHe""isan point) for all survejs. This may be .
PROVES -- -- -- ---- -- -
ina'spensable toilet requisite rli established by ordinance and from DEMAND -- --- + I
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i COLLEGE GIRLS. contains no oil? or. grease, i it wj-11 not I this starting point and this base line -_ -

wbib stain or dye. For sale by W., A. D'Al-- all. the sarveys }fn the city as they MERIT.
+ Statistics 'Good Go to'Mother Show,. Thai -em berte. druggist and apothecary, 121 now exist may be tied to i it so that ITS ... NEW Five Tables
Make -
: : They ; South Palafox street, or send lOc In all streets aud all property may be ex. Brunswicke-Balke |

is the only kind you want + An Instructor at Vassar college baa stamps for sample to The Herpicldts i actly. located in the future. \

: and the cnly kind you T 'an odd and interesting collection of Co., Detroit. Mich. I :There are numerous deeds 'on record THE SALE OF "AMERICAN QUEEN'!' P POOLPARLORS Everything Up-to-Date. '

ought to have. It is the* photographs-the photographs of the in the city which vouli iefy the

: kind you buy, and the <> babies of young: women who are college most, skilled engineers In' the world BEER 'INCREASED TWENTY. 14 Ease; Government Street.J. .

only kind ;you can buy t graduates. Tbe babies In this collection to locate, rnd: these dee 's will in all flVE.PER CENT LAST SEA- 1

from this store. Von' are strong and beautiful. The! probability lead ta legal complications. A. BILLINGSLEY, Prop. |
know the brand. i 300. The instructor said These troubles may be mi'l.gated l-- SON.
number over _- ----- if
4 of them: SEEDSl t to a consi' erable extsnt by the I II III -
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J establishment a base line and I -- ------ --
"I began to collect. pictures of the starting poljt alrudreferred to. There cou'd' be no more signal proofof it "

j Fox River Co/s children ot female A. B.'s and A. M.'s I I dem it ,absolutely necessary that I merit than: the rapidly increasing !
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bad heard much talk Besr That is
because I so such! _a .point be established before sa'e! of American Quen j' A 'Mone- Saver "

*. + about the higher education unfitting WHICH 'ny. 'lnf: of sewers! or:, permanent. a pl 1l1.. unanswerable unassailablefact. I
woman for her natural sphere, nnd street work b! commenced and I recommend If ,Yr)', ba>e ever doubted the: Sucrene to
I "of the ber, this shouU besfunaer" I II .svT] .
: Clover Hill Butter. so on. Mi the city' attorney be In. superiority i Sa"" at the start Iccp, 01S" ,
collection that the higher structid; to draw such ordinance a (for your doubts. :
"My proves pstnblishing ; -I and at the oam.time snncs a stronger 4 1E .. I
I education makes mothers of an excellence such base 'line and establishing I You can't possibly fool the people in Horse aDd Utter Itorse. 1t. ideaL. It., '- ,
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SUCCEEDWhen point from which all In ;: good or. bad qualities are
hitherto unknown. Highly educated a survejs beer! lie 1ka1. l'nvl.o1clOac.. Try it.
: It is the best butter made i women don't weaken themselveswith tUe. city shall: hereafter b oiade. immediate! apparent .so when sales:.' C ODD 1.- .

and the only butter that tight corsets, with overmuch danc" Respectfully eubmireJ.CHAS. : grow, as gradually and as vastly, as d.i Feed -IJI'soU
is always the in : H. BLISS. the case with[ American Queen you' ". (
: same lug 'And card playing. They are atnletlc ) N THIS CITY SY $ *t"
J sweetness and color., ': and strong. Their bodies as well Buy, "- ,Mayor. may depend upOn It the people have I;! MELLEN 5. CO. '
4 found! a superior' article. '.4 it
as their minds are developed. Get, the Best. Troubles and I --f--i---- :it.I
Stcmi
h Constipation.. .
of motherhood Try ,it )'ouralf We can and do i
i duties
"They enter upon the '
i 35 "Chamb rlaln's Stomach and Liver recommend: hjs a? a pure, wholesome; .
: cents a Pound with a unique courage and wisdom It's the Cheapest t the End., Tablsts are the best thing for stomach for. the, home. for the heal '
I : and strength and the result, i is troubles and 'constipation I have I beverage weak. IA GENTLEMAN'S TASTE IS BES1
I II ever thy and for the Ven..> Antony tl&e'Iseaa.
: : that their babies are the biggest etrou- sold." says J. R. Cullman a druggist The only planet whichthe, Incas had I 0 SUITED WITH A :
handsomest little creaturesbutJust of Pottnvi'le!! Mich. They ,
gest are easy
: IB the price. We receive + look at those pictures" she cried. la-take ani) always give satisfaction. I discovered was Venu. which they ,
it in iandreth's called the hairy on account of the CERTIFIED CHECK 450 4- -
refrigerated: cars i "and judge for yourself!?* I I I "tlj my customers to try them and If : :
Buffet and
2nd from the car-It Is 1mJ not ntlsfactory to corns back and, get Nick's : I brightness of its rays.. They said that 4I
mediately transferred to : > being the most brilliant.of the liars CIGAR.
\ )their' money but )have never had a I
a big refrigerator In 'our + I Irvlag aed Tlal..e. l ornpIainL'JPor: sale by all,druggists.Chtldr the sun would not permit it to b" separated 4
: ttore built especially for : Sir Henry Irvlnff'was the first actor I l.r Restaurant from him and obliged it to attend All the qualities of'fla ror aroma

J that purpose. Every to make sjendernesa! .acceptable or tol, New Crop I- '. ", '. his rising as well,as his*'going down. I I color and gool'! material :
pound Is guaranteed 'and + I erable en the English' stag, Kf was I 1'Iay Apron*. J' 1$ Its Only place of its Just as at the courts of kings only the j I i embodied in it. 'tr
Is not I Fof children" play aprons to be worn ,'. Vind Pensacola. in fact' I I
: money refunded if i thin J In his earlier middle age. and l" most distinguished lords:and the bandBomest IA.
very Sttujdaya at home in the : Co.
or ternooua &
: as represented. 1', theater of that day, wondered ? 3t.Ia .. ladies were admitted to the ceremonious -I Greenhut ,
: goers Just Received. I there.is nothing, more admirably afcptr I '
4 + ; whether they'could endure. see a long ed than plain brown linen. SAT* the royal risings and retiring DISTRIBUTORS
----M. *. and both unpadded. Unti': It appears nearly certalq' that the Incas ,i! '
figure legs | Chicago News. An excellent pattern A Pride I toPensacola PENSACOLA. FLORIDA. :
: 2 bad been obligatory. It Is spoke of Venus under two different -L
then fatness
is a sack affair: with!
,. | plain little fuiI ;- r
full convention -j according It preceded or followed :I .-J.
the : as
I names
difficult to realize now
1 I i I j of chest and shoulders and calves.: ff. I I pess and sleeves buttoning ti the wrist. j : the sun. Tq this'day the native 'I
Sol i .Thesf button In the .
Cahn .& Go. aprons back but l1anguagc J
dt Dotson & Co.Bolla.
i of stage Peruvians: name it In ta.J Brosnah
.: experience Comparatively-was lately urgent'a wltli man!a' company ; W.\ A. D'Alembprle;. j;1 ,the to pjsypn' bniWeJ' that' Lair bane forever of the girl with In f: Larger cities cannot* I:t the eight! hour torch' and the-twilight I II | _
catching
: all the thin I lamp. As this star served\ to Bhow; the Makers, Machinists
The
that '
4 Pure Food Store. of English amateurs [ the Uuttoos it Is best to bide these un boast: of a better equipped]I '
4 .'LW'omen and all the lean men should be Dro&Ut and Apatbeczrj, Ir'der slip band,, -Wblle'gingbam doe place The service Is the I Indians when ,It was time to preparethe .' and Founders. 't t'
S6u".et Corner ? and lnlendencJ said.. "Is I.I.r maize for cooking they also gave it ''
Palafax i made plump. "iothI :, be :' best.that can be had. f i Steamship and Mill Supplies.
Tslepbcni,109. not ipakc} .such pretty garments. It ) chapel I I' '
that act.
thinness. I name Indicative of .
a 1 'di
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j so Impossible on the stage 1" Office Pho 919. Coyl 8tret4 Wharf.
still much uwd, and because It IKdi <; '
Phone 178 his can 1 In the Temple of the 'Sun wa consecrated Phone 983 PemaeoU Blond 71A
: 1480 i changed all this because 121 South PilifoxStreft' I. Residence
Irving sen In such dark and: serviceable :: ,. .
4 I genius was.""edlleOq( ,uncou 'r ISing I !1COl r!.' Ni&- :Apostle, Propt'r to this planet. t ,, WOrk Has Our' Psrusai. A 11111.. '

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t N ray This coming season as It has not best
for to long that It It altogether )beyond
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recollection or even the knowledge
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matching of colors Is to be of prime In.-
portaoce In fixing the fashions.

The earliest edict that came from Pi*!,
was that this Is to be a monochrome w,-
lon that one-color effects were to prevail
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rt, ploJed, they were to be of a very sub.
nisi dued character. unobtrusive In effect sad

aI calculated to enhance rather than to con-

+ ?I gown.tract .with, the dominant color of the

This all sounds delightfully simple to

follow, easy to carry out. and the avenge
coutnrlere will feel that In pursuing thoee

Ideas she will undoubtedly make for ane-

: cess. The color card Is scanned materials .

Inspected, trtirng! decided upon
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: : : ; ,_ on.modes assimilated and, the campaign Ui

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mental to the success of this color season.
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fects In relation to fabric. A tint that
will be simply bewitching In chiffon or
\ \ monssellne or some other transparent.
i will be dull and dead In cloth unattrac
tive In silk, and absolutely Impossible in
velveteen" no matter how good the dye or
bow floe the finish.
Those with an eye for color and color
F .5' possibilities bare already decided that
j' ai ,. S do S eacb class. of textiles Is to have Its OWl
\ particular coloring this coming season

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kr and the ostrich feather: for on all, the nets of' filmy character and design-la
short all of those exquisite tranpsreo;
new hats the conjunction of the two Is
very obvious. That of the picture shows materials that go to the fashioning of

+r a paleblue'velvet, with a medium-sized, frocks for formal purposes and that t .e

dram-shaped crown and a brim that U to be'made op over silk of the same hoe

r' about the same width 411 around and but 'a more subdued tint. Tbe very airiness !

}E V.l&zT A_Rte. .Mil? that a goodly one. The bandeau which and lightness of the fabric, the fall
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serves to lift' the bat at the left side Is soft folds In which It will be employed.
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i [ veiled In white tulle, and the several allow of an intensity of color that would

t "Q[ plumes that are posed on and dnder the be loud and aggressively disagreeable to

I i ,5rIozL ;i2t: upturned brim djspay .white pale blue textiles of more solid weaves and kf

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1J when Just the right shades are chosen. mode' abroad are fashioning gowns la s
?pa tome Exaggerated Modes and Is looped and twisted into rosettes, cacbepelgues. the full folds. The bandeau or cachepeljne I'ale-blne moire and satin ribbons fill In vivid coral pink or a bright; admiral bloc

I Simple Styles-Favorite Shape stiff little cravats that encirclethe Is very often veiled In malines, the back: while the CroWD Is encircled Chiffon and. contrary to the command. of
l crowns or bows that are tucked Into and where It is at all consonant'with the. tulle dotted fashion these are Just about as oftes
ia few Uevelopiuents Tip the mass of malinea that is ruched and color scheme this Is done In white. with a scarf of pale-blue rosebudsat posed over white liberty satin IS over

1\1 I: Tilt In Front Shift to tbe Side. pleated to form most of the trimming In fact this use of white above' the with little bunches of tiny moss their own shade. The Intensity of the

'f I- The Daadeaa Still Most Important scheme upon even furry felt and beaver face Is one of the most pleasing of the Intervals ('OlorlnsomfUmea/ softened by poring
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shapes late hints In millinery; for as already A. j Y: t' Velvet, a Rose aad a'R,illoev Plum a layer of chiffon of the very palest
l. : -ExaaUlte Feathered Effects The so-called picture hats are really hinted there Is nothing more pretty, e, shade: of the tint beneath the outer oar

Cbaruiluc .Novelties laTrtmiulnii by far the [most effective things In their mote snre of a becoming effect than this The vogue of the velvet ,bat takes quitean and then the under silk is altogether smatter
t line that have appeared. Some extreme same device. impetus with the new' season's mod of fancy; it is just as good ta use
t Color and Color novelties are presented In these; notably The bandeau Is so very prominent In S more tint as In another.A .
Is nothing
1 els and assuredly there
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; Combinations Lead the Mode. those that obviously owe their Inspiration the late models that just what they x r % of 'face charming gown that has just bees
to tbe historic portraits In the Louvre would be without It''makes ooewonder.. becoming to'' every age and type imported for a young matron is of a U"-
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and Luxembonrg There are chapeaux The latest conceit has this necessary! 2 t as'ta: .d 3Vs Y ,,,, than this same soft pile ..f&rlc. The coder blue chiffon, made over a roy

The thrifty Parl.lenne-for thrift Is a modeled upenitboae of the time of IlenrlDeux. little Item so shaped that its steepest shape la large resin much larger than shade of monsseline de sole-those the

national characteristic of the French and Henri Quatre and 1.oufaXI. Paradoxically point comes at the side.,, a trifle towards any we have had for some time ; and Its represent a popular combination la materials -

,Ia .. diligently practiced by the nobility enough, those same chapeaux"were the back. The chapeau. with, the steep IY size Is not so apparent, because of the -and the foundation a changeab'c
the tbe Parlsl- worn by the men of that time. The, I Is voted a pink and.blue taffeta that the
aa by peasantry- thrifty cacbe-pelgne In the back already deft way In which the trimming Is han- reproduced
hh cone baa an adage to the effect that women of those days dressed the hair passe, although It was considered one of dled. A round sailor Is the outline followed two shades to delightful effect A shot
"You can always carry off last season's absurdly high, twisted and pillowed It the most fetching/ effects of the spring The ribbon velvet, lavender blue on a pink
gown. If only tbe chapeau be of the Into the most fantastic forms, and relied time. This side" tilt makes for .a moat the crown broad and low. ground.. Is liberally used for decorttiv
't dernier crl, the very latest mode." upon ribbons silks satins veils and' modish and really dashing effect, and a entire upper part of the hat Is In black effect and buckles of old paste add quJItan
I Doubtless tii-ro u more than a little ganres for all of the millinery effects chapeau of simplest outlines and really a velvet:while the under' brim Is faced In a Old World air to this essential
4 !I worldly wisdom In this, and It will no a tbat they pared or dared to try In con very modest and unassuming appearance soft creamy tint of:, the same material modern gown.

,.i r long way to explain the apparent extravagance junction with such a coiffure. To the Indeed can be lifted right out of the a this bringing the white over the face. The castor grays and a very deep
f ji of the French uiondalue In the men belonged the hlgh-rowned. brimmedand ranks of the ordinary by >tho clever Insertion rsx The bandeau 1 It inserted la the back but smoke gray are each charming in chiffon.
1 matter of millinery and extravagance beplnpied chapeaux and these are of just the right shaped bandeau.It with Its steepest side toward the left and even in the new mousseltoe : the fashionable moodaine of :
that really resolves Itself into an economy just what really Is cause for gratitude that K blush that Is making aoch a, furore for
j after alt. as most of her expenditures lu today adopts for her most modish appearances. the absurdly small hats'of> the past sea front and here Just a single pink Itself abroad. The same tint viewed ta arough"
dress-appearances aud boclal poaltlou velvet rose with a modicum of foliage Is '
son have betaken themselves out of sight raw silk weave U the very reverseof
I S considered-ultimately do. High crowns, with round tops, square Only with a certain style of features. and a posed! white tulle serving to 'drape the attractive. ID benrletta/ there ls Dot

rl t. That the hat Is the crowning point the tops and flat tops. are one of the hallmarks youthful countenance at that were they In, rja 9 s.e'a 7F bandeau with delicate effect The long much to commmend It, while In cbiffoB
ilabihlng touch to the toilette Is obvious of tbe newer mode; and the brims the least becoming; while the woman who r lyra plume' that encircles the bat all velvet or in velveteen of high c- ltr
1 { at the first glance, bnt.the trouble is are broad or narrow according'' to the has her birthday enthosUitlcaily -
passed twenty-flftb as around hai the new willow tip this being the tone is oue that will be
I that all too few women really recognise taste of the milliner and the caprice of well as she who acknowledged to some employed in slightly lighter tin-
floes caught Into the
t or realize this when they set out to pur the purchaser. On some of them tbe few more found It well-nigh impossibleto extremely long quill than prevail in the fabrics first DCStloced. -
'Ito e ; chase mllllcery for a season's uae. The brims are really of cartwheel size; while obtain a chapeau'thlt should be at and drooping In the old-time weeping wlP .

; number and character of gowns In the on others a: finger's breadth would cover' all becoming and yet-within striking distance low style over the brim and the coiffure While the colors that are to be considered
wardrobe, their probable and possible from edge to edge of the leaf. Those of the prevailing mode. The late Qfl 2TIT.I' In the back. as leading the very first flight of

I' 'uses' the size, shape aud contour of the with smaller brims bare the outline productons are all of them ol reasonable The Parisian Idea of Media simplicity. the fashions are pretty well settled or**,
u chapeau that best avcorda with the allure cleverly increased. in the disposition of else and anything from a medlnm-sized It the question of tints and shades in tboM
of the wearer and. above all. thecolor the ostrich plumes that are,. one might hat to one of cartwheel dimensions and is one that must be determined eatircir
t and location of the trimming scheme say. the Imperative trimming for those proportions finds appropriate place lathe by the fabric In Ibafl appear.
an tareview !
t I should all 'of them be taken Into consideration Old World hats On the brim over the Slmpie looklag a. It la there Is, nevertheless Another point be taken
coming modes.A trtai-
:' and each one of them given due brim and aader the brim they are sever a distinctly modish air to this la the fact that tbe ribbon such
is attention the variously disposed, but in smart little felt hat which cells wing which la growing to be
and careful ere final selection ally and some Illustrations. upon likewise be matched to t'l'
must
r+u }- be made and the purchase con- fashion the tips of one or more are madeto Sacceetlom Pros* ,tie Tyrol. Description velvet, tulle, ribbon and a bird even a craze fabric. Now what looks well enough
't" cluded. fall 011 the hair at the side or back. one as never flew-for Its decoration. The the piece gOOtak on a totally u'ff' .r'
The croup of chapeanz Illustrated on The fashion of employing a chic little Those flat plateaus of felt are really I Displaying tbe New. AII le. steep- bandeau covered with white >and hat Itself Is of,an exquisitely fine quality sot air In ribbons. Silks take the ""
I this page are all of them Illustrative of I shape in felt and( then PP'Tl"g' velvet to treasure-trove to fie milliners for thereIS 'pearl gray tulle Interwoven. A wreathof French felt, a soft shade ol white that dye to one shade. woolen goods to aaatbK ot
't the ideas that rule the makers of the cover the crown'and a pan of the brim simply no end to the clever' devices Tbe very latest thing In French millinery Easter lilies in white velvet with foliage verges on a yellow 'The) crown and Inner aDd T.lveu to a third and a shade 1
that are wrought out with ODe or two of employs that ever-modlsh little flat iu the natural tints encircles halt of the brim coloring that will' Appear deLgbtt 1I"
the low upper are covered
While
mode in Paria. not a single one leads to some of the most delightful ef with the roll brim in onl' o f ti'
i felt in these for a foundation. Quit a charming sailor shape the one flat and big white and black panne velvet cut: to shape and r say a fabrics-with
of the shapes shown can actually be said fects. For txampte, one a creamy is builds It with'a baadean to give grown a fray seagull lyingon new'mod utterly l'kth
to be new still there is a delightful air white aoad baa tile drum-shaped crown suggestion of a Tyrolean chapeau tbe U a most up rakish and steep really 'bewitching tilt : ;4s perched upon the bandeau, with the felt without risible seam or wrlu- 10 distinction In a ribbon eau cfyfnc
of novelty about them as whole. and the 'Inner half of the leaf covered In worked out in the Illustration plateautwlng at the left side and then perches It comfortably the'Wings poised toward the back. kle. A thick and fluffy! ruche! of black tame,tone. And .the differ -- lit.
and the
6E,1 The charming color schemes the novelties old blue velvet the nnderbrlm Is left feathers of displaying hunter's I green the natoral 11a brown eagle upon the bead with the flnfflness I i The I Omnipresent, Ostrich Plant silk crown Brussels; and a Bet blaek passes bird aroood with thick the tlon in color match effect will of the this enturns. season e*
the
t In trimming : fetelling and white favorite device in the new chapeaux out to meet the curve teriy ruin
i? : ,tiltthat &' colorings. As usual the plateau inlaid of the coiffure pulled egrets for a tall Is fastened into fold
v oftentimes dashing the later so that the youthful reflection with velvet quite a rich deep green being of the bandeau. Anything at once more I Upon each and every,ope of the dressy In the right side .'of tbe brim the In velvet ribbons alone a tOile dtr Lrf
taudeaax! afford, these be the items that that white above the face affords Is retained used and tbe bandeau that serves to modish and becoming cannot be imagined, I bats, those charming creations that tile egrets falling on the hair towards the the fabric It trims is perm!- B*
yu to make up the charm of the very -and three old-' lue plumes, light shape the headsise Shows the essentially and the Joy of It Is that It Is Just as becoming I Parisian knows so, well bow to concoct: back. At the back the inevitable hew than thIs Is ctlelY! due to the Wgb I Ihts: tl
r latent modes la millinery from the Rue medium and dark shading, are posed at such becoming characteristic tilt at the'left.aide feature,'of the which I novel is to the woman who has passed her tilt ostrich plume appears In goodly qnan deau la placed and juat' a thick rosette oJf and deep shadows which this cofrol: I nt
lie U PaiL the side. modes.a Brown tulle veils the bandeau om youth as it U to the blushing maidenof tity. Wnetner it Is in a single plume of black" velvet ribbon, many locps and a pile fabric cemmtesethe Color .r1
Velvet U extremely conspicuous in all Thick rnching of mahnee are much employed and tbe ptcot-edged satin ribbon shows sweet sixteen. A pearl gray felt is 'I Some 60 or '70 inches la length, or a set 'few cut ends that, cover'shall the be' baudean. Fora I I upon Its .it ; being the Pin
chapeau this ;
of the' new models, whether it be piece to encircle the crown and a charmIng tbe body In brown with quite 'a wide used in the Imported .model of the> pic of plumes that will amount to even for Uliormade wear Bud jet severe enough I! more or less silk\ and aud satin w Just '.
_1 t velvet that covers the shape inlaidthat Idea Is to have little moes-roaebtids border of green moire this combining. the I I I tnre. bound at the edge with a heavy double this length la tile aggregate' the for carriage use tbl*'' model.reazy) 'I I Is all enough that jxwlte uf exact match cannot totcum I
portanre
< fect on the brlmv.oc ribbon v 11:!de from ribbon and chiffon tucked into dominant tones of the bat. -*>ite grog grain ribbon. and with the latest dVctnm Is that the plume mast be could be desired. I I gerated.ri"iifiiJiit"'i"jjJLUI .

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I T PROPERTY FOR ,
FORTUNES I IIN


; Suue aed Profitable> -- EVERYBODY A Few Attractive( Offerings in Real Estate. ,

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REAL .ESTATE Z8,500.00-0ne of the most valuable pieces property' in the ,city '
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levestmrneet -tI on' a corner and fronting 3 streets (260x240). -

:: Lots W LaRua- treet... .....$475 $$20.000.00-New"tv story brick building on Garden street, near Pal
'I ,' are made more often than any' other 10 lots block 363; New City..$250 afox. with lot .9% feet front. Quick sale.
Every: dollar invested in Real Estate way. You can maka' a small' fortuneby l JG. -Jackson...$600 '
isprotected amply Nice building lot.; $12, 00.00-Larga 3-story brick building, near business center. A:
and fully by a substantial 'alu-.ayalue that too investing in lots on East HU1'at $50 3 rooms. and hall :and three .lots, good interest payer. .

as the sears roll around. .... grows. and $60 pEt lot. Buy these lot' "at SW corner blockv. 60,. 'W.' K. ,I II. $7500.00-Desirable building lot near business center, on corner (:15

$1.00 casa: and SOc pEr week.' Thsy tract.. *. ,-. .,:t. .. .... .. ..$750 feet .by 192 feet). '

will be 'worth from $100 to $125. 'In 4 rooms _and halL-West End...$650 $6000.00-Improved property near Palafox street, property paying

WE HAVE SOME ,PROPERTIES two )years' ; and It "will lake :you that 6-room story and thaI!. 2 lots ,on a)out'1: per cent. We tOp sider this a bargain. ,

long to pay. 'for th m.. No'taies. or, Interest location East I. $5500.00
corner, choice on R HJ, Large 2-story dwelling on West Hill; good neighborhood
ON OUR LISTS THAT WE CONSIDES Hill car line, ,place worth with 12 rooms and servants quarters. Lot 80 by 180 feet. -

HOMES.. more .. .;. .. .-. .. .', .. .$1800 ON EVERY BLOCK Our Rental Department is given special attention and our lists
farm, including! dwelling, of stores offices and dwellings contain locations in all parts ot toe
100-acre '
INVESTMENTS.! .
FINE 5roomhouse, W. Gregory....1 850 I where you find our "For Sale" sign,
city. Our Insurance 15 of the
mill
shingle tnd syrup timber Department representing leading
lOjroonj house, N. Baylenv.-.4500; .there's
i a chance to Invest and make
If you are Interestted along t'a'a! line. we wouli be pleas 5-room house, all modern,' East : enough for shingle mill to pay { money. The question to answer is: foreign and American companies can fully protect you from the ira -
fiend. Loans In real and short
This must be sold any amounts made on estate on no
for place.
cd to hays you call i on us, or write 'us:for particulars.Peesacola Hill .. .. ,.1503 'at once. Price down to.$1150 "Hare I :the money" !" You needn't tice.
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have "all
.!' FOR: RENT. 7-room, cottage, bath and toilet to sell cash"part as down we are," balance authorjized -I CALL IN ANP LET US SHOW YOU HOW TO INVEST YOUR

6-room h usenear, depot..,.....,$16 Z lots, corter south, and west "time." : MONEY. -

6-room house,. 218 ,E. ..Intendeacia. 15 front, East Hill <4.. .'.. ...$1800' -

Investment Co.( Warehouse, Cushman'e! 'Alley,'..,.. 15 FOR JIEN/T. I Bargains in Real Estateis HOOTON & WATSON
10-room house rt.'ayIen.--------- 35 ,
; street, heat
W. Chase gas.
a. H. 'A E1tfBERTE. City Manager. RENTS 'cotutCTID. 307 and toilet, close in .. .. ...$20 the way. we open up the New Year Successors to Taos. C. Watson 6 Co.
.j. Close a deal double thorny
B. KftOWUS, -resident R. L SIMP30V .* '*' .. 11 E.: LaRua street....;. .. . ..$11 and your
W. ,
Secrafcry, MONEY LOANED. in: Close No. 37 Palafox-St LEADING ESTATE
a year or so. it now.McDavidHyer S. REAL DEALERS.
J.I. STILLMAN v..rre and Ceo. Manifer. KNOWLES HYER.' Tmsurir.. ...... -. 15 E. LaRua street .;. .. .. .. ..$.9 ,<,
I Money to lend on!real estate sscurity. -
I Real fcfafe, Loana, General Investments. Company
'
,
small amounts.
i large or .
South Palafox Street BROOKS Fire insurance.: Agents New York -- -
215 Pensacola LESLIE E.:
Florida.
List your property 1 with us. Life Insurance Company. D. HALE WILSON 6 CO.

---- 7 South Palafox Street, Timber LandsForSale ,

204% S. Palafox. St. Fisher, Building.' Phone 700. Pensacola Fla.
ESTATE

WANTED HELP WANTED 'i L. S. BROWN & CO. I For SaleFOR REAL ,

For Sale RENTS AND LOANSWe

\VO.TED.-Position wanted by young WANTED.-Cook wanted .- Thiesen Building
at -
once. Apply
.. !
cl rk office as- SALE.-Gas, almost new.
as. shipping < or FOR SALS'. 4 range
man at HIYo; BelmonU, 6jan room house, two, l large
one who is willing to work. "WESELL' IOTS"C. also have two or three furnished
= corner lots
'iitan --- ----- near car 'lIneon' East
JournaL : rooms for rent, with or without board, have the following very desirable -
WANTED. _
.dlln'', A, care 6jan3t -OffiCs boy. one not afraidof Hill. overlooking the bay.' A, bargain. pieces of property on our "For
work.', Apply Central' Wharf., J. W. Coons at Pensaco'a! Investment suitable for light housekeeping; very Sale" list:
WANTED.-The public to know that 6jan3t Co. desirable neighborhood. Address
.6janlw We have them. Several splendid!
R.. YEAGER this office.
"Stove Sldeclw FOR '
SALE.
ca'n be bought at
old newspapers ions
FOR large and small turpentine lo a -'
TEACHER WANTED SALE- One No. 3; Eastmans
experienced
h.s.! office for five cents. a bundle. They t' folding pocket.koaakf: has recently started into theREAt FOR SALE.-South half block 211,' Saw MIls; and Saw mill locations. % block with nice lot of fruit trees,
teacher
for public school: No75 .it bargain Ap
:
srf all clean<: and nice. fronting 400 feet on 13th street by I Some excellent bargains ID large and under' fence. New City....31.500
11)to E. I
L. Reese 124
Bohemia S.: Palafox
Fla.
Apply, to Mttrk Hurd .. _. ESTATE
I l iew Park also and and boxed
street., I : 5Jan. 107& fet on Bay ; small 'tracts of round % block best part of East Hill-
WANTED-The letter T. out ot Supervisor Bohemia, Fla., busings. farming half of I timber lands.
City property and south block 212. fronting 400 very cheao.

Scotch Oats. Will pay: one dollar WANTED-100 laborers. Apply 1t-t FOR SALE.-One choice. block on top lands. bought and '. ld.. .. feet on 14ln St., by 137% feet on Bay I Large tracts of Mississippi Delta Best building location overlooking

for rame Apply to T. F. W st.mark. factory. of Goulding Fertilizer fac of the riJse east of' the el!ctric Your patronage is kindly solicited. View Park. The only property and Hardwood lands.. Bayou Textr, 200x137' ft..... .$1,500

ai Roberts' store. 12 Dec.lmo tory. SJanlw.WANTED. railway, !between 7th and 8tb tregl$. Have you money'to invest Do you ing Bay View Park that is djoln'l Splendid list of valuable property Good 5 room house. W. Jackson

Nautre has &\ored'this section' ; ,and It want a nice home- j I'sale.1 The-beautiful view down the and fine location for a Colony! or Stock street. .. .. .. .. ..........$850
WANTED-A position as stenograph .-A goof: house boy: at once. cannot be 'dUPU a.tf4. A. V. Clubbs. I' ann in Soutn East Georgia.
Apply P. ; HERE. ARE SOME GOOD BARGAINS bayou and down the bay can never be % block In New City near StodJart
experience. '
er Six years 5Jan3t Apply 5! W. Gonzalez St. 3jan FOR :FOR SALE. i'obstructed. V. Clubbs. SOjly : Some of the choicest residence I place. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..$1500
O Box 305 City. SALE.-Grocery store ana meat ,
places in the beautiful Kttle city of
Number of
Two blocks in West King' Tract good renting houses that
WANTED.-First-class tallor, cleaner market attached; business 'good;
hand safe about '! )line lots .!DeFuniak Springs,Fla-. and in Milton. will net 10 per cent.
TED.-Strond near car containing
and presaer. Apply No. 9 E. Inten. reason for selling on acount of going Fla.
J0x30: inside.: Apply Y. M, C. A. dencia.' 3jan north, owner does not 'want to stay Two four room cottages $1275'1 Hoard and Rooms. 120 feet by SO feet corner Romana
4jan2t south. Address I. M., care Journal. ", tier. month.. ... '.,..'*..4. ..' ....$1250. Our prices and terms are reason and Alcaniz. Excellent location for

WANTED.-Young lady stenographer 3janlw .. Six r oit. cottage with bath. etc.' PLEASANT place to board on N. Hill. able.Cal warehouse Houses now renting regularly -

WANTED.-Electric work of all kind. and assistant 'bookkeep r. Address 1 70S E. Wright St.-: .., ... ......'1350. 2nd 'doo from car line on Strong on or write to'us. : for $24. pr month.$2500Will

I...>t us clean your fans. re-air )'our In own wrlUng- nd state salary expected RUBBER STAMPS' Eight room 1aou, 'wlth modern con- street. Fur:partlculan address No. 8'I :I '

dynamo uj- >our, wiring; etc PiiH3: to, P. O.. Box 763. 3jan 15c per line of 3 inches. veniencis; a nicebome. N. Hayne Journal. 6janlm I. lend a reasonable amount of

5;O. Peu.acula: Electric Co. 2C3: S. i DAVIS NOVELTY WORKS Street.. .,- .-<' ':,:'-&;. .. ......$!250. I money at lowest market rate of Inter. '-
WANTED.-Men and boys to learn 1222. 1 118 N Palafox. : > NICELY tarnished room to let at 24
naYII.u Phoje: ) FOU RE 4T, |(
plumbing trade, pays $5 day after 'I You can.Order by'Mail.18nor. .-''' Flv; -room, cottage, ,' 520 E De Leon W, 'R' ?m"'lla. half block from Pala TURNER&AYMARD I eat on any of the above.

WAXTED.--First.class registered!! computing course of practical instruction .,, ...".'. streft.. ..,. 'i-*.. ...u .., ...i: .$8.00 fox 'ftr !t. Phone 548. 6Janlw 30 S. Palafox St. : -
druggist and pharmacist wants pos- at home or' in our schools. Graduates : -I r Oil: newspapers,at-five,cents a bundls Real Estate and Phone 234. S
Second Floor Thlesen Building.
Union : SALE-Beautiful block in'.New i
admired to and Master FOR
noa in West Florida. permanent or I at'this office, They are all clean
'cmporary. Address F. Z., care Journai Plumbers Association. Positions secured I City. Tract No. 312. Fwea.s $600.) Phone 332. and nice.FURNISHED. Abstract Company,
3Jan. .- Cojns Bro ;Co.' Plumbing I Apply to A, M.. McMillan. Court'Houia. I

.I Schools New York, Chicago Ills., Cincinnati I UugNORMANS FOK SALE I ROOMS-Fine location. P. 0. Box I 115 DeFunlaH! Springs Flartdi DIRECTOR

PRINTER Job-work Steady and. sober aU lints experienc'd ot news4ptr 0., St."LouisIo.- ., Free cata i ,PILLS.-.Just': received A.caJll.Splendid view of bay.'. 414 Dec29.South 1---- ___ '_ ___" ___ __,
in log. 'i'J

sir b position; West or Middl? iFlori- W ANTED.-A good stenographer. AJ- sale at Ttfe' ", AJltgator*' and.,:'fWett. : 'EAj White Plymouth Rock' Cockerels $1 NICE FURNISHED ROOM: .two blocks Money to Loan meets every Monday evening at

,a preferred. Can bring recommen-1 dress M. B.. ,care: Journal.' ,own I Saloons. .. .. .. --..lonbvlai....- '., 'to J1.50 each. Thoroughbred from from PalafoxSt.., 211 West Govern MONEY TO LOAN.-On: real estate Mother oclock: at their temporary Castle .
handwriting, I Fresh eggsand poultry ,: 90.!) g over IVju stable W. Intendnncia be. i
dations. Address Box 54, Quincy stating experience' and SALB.- Gbod family horse prizewinners. ment. Phone Inquire to _12, sufficient security by appi '
118" ) .
FOR Visiting brethren cordially welcomed. ..
.
salary expected. SldecWANTED. always ;n stock. Ed M. Pooley, forenoon. 21dec1m
qa Sjanlw harness. Leslie to Thos. Pebleyr cor. Palafox, and :
I buggy and E. ing : : : J. H. BREWTON. C. C.
-3
Jackson St. 1121. .
917 E. Phone: --- '
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sETOND HAND CLOTHING WANTED -I .-A thoroughly! competentand Brooks. ,,,!>- ..'j.,. .. dec 6janlw* T- ::,,: !I I FURNISHED ROQ![. ,on. East Hill, Romana. up staIrs. 17nov-n.: H. HORSLER. K. of R. & S

-Hishc-st price paid for gent's experienced man to farm: place JusTREcEly-eLagge.shipmentelImported I I with prlvHegetCbath; convenleut MONEY TO LEND-On good real estate Ratnbone Lodgo No. -

rlothing only.: Also sell seconl hand about 6 miles trom'city.. ,,Address' .. Olivr:VJK 1 '. etalt by pint, FOR SALE-Nk1Clea 1 old newspa ta car line; not too far to walk; prefer security, ur'on good collateral, 'X' :- 30. K. of P., meets every
at five cents bundle. This of-
,
Intendencia. I Journal office. ISdeclm pers a party or parties who are permanently at lowest rates. Leslie E. Brooks.
()ods.! Xo 9 E. gallon or larger quantity; G. Morasso Thursday evening at 8:0(1: (

--Kauffman's- I Any intelligent r.sonrnay_ earn a & Co.. ship chandlers ana1 grocers' -. ; 701 fice. located. i in. the Lcity. Ada'ress P. O. Fisher building.--._ ----- .---,----- 21JanMONEY. o'clock in their temporary ,
KODAKERS get finishing. pricesor Best a good income corresponding for South Palafox._. ... _.4oct FOR SALE Cook stove, range; $.10; Box 52. City. Dec. 17. LOANED '.on any and all Castle Hall over Pou sta
and
( eloping
and in city. Romana and newspapers; no, canvassing; experience FOR SALE -Only 4 young Boat plg1t Beds and springs. $5; Several lots FOR RENT.-Four furnished rooms kinds of personal property, payable ble. W. Intendencla street.
Palafox cheapest IDdeclm unnecessary Send for parUcu-: sired by.Date of Florida 68923 out matting, 5 and lOc per yard: Kitchen centrally located.. IS E. Garden St. weekly or montniy. When you need Visiting knights are co'"> -

I lars. Northern Press Syndicate, of Orphan Lee. of Baltimore, 58544, safe ($8.00) $3.75; Refrigerator ISdeclm money, see me., 3t.Wilson. 22i W. dially elccmed.
JUST: OPENED.-W. N.:Brown: staple'Lockport. N. Y. 5nov6raos. All guaranteed!: with registrations and ($8.75)) $3.75; Hatrack, ($16.00)) $7. -Nicely furnished room to let at 24 Government street, Salisbury building J. D. KIRK C. C.

and fancy groceries, borne and west-' pedegrees. Carl Sett-jrlind. Chlpley, Missf Amos 400 N;-.Hayne St. SJanlt"FOR W. Romana. \'t block from Palafox room 7. 2dec C. J. LEVY. K. of R. & g.

em beef fresh country eggs, chickens I Fla. 26nov. 'S.\LE-One.. fine display case; 5Janlw. -
street. LOANED good real
MONEY on estate Knights of Columbus.
.
EducationalMUSICAfter and 3 feet ,
tnd tbe famous blue grass Kentucky! 21 feet long. 8 feet high .
:
security In any, amount D. Meetings of the
SALE.-'improved'
170 for almost kind
"umr, coner 10th avenue and Oregon FOR wide Suitable any TKQ, ROOMS! FOR RENT-20 West Wilson &Co. t Columbus;
Hale : aug20 Knights of
1064 14declm the 'ljolidays"IwlIl acres on L. &: N. railroad IS miles of business. Apply to E. L. Reese
Paone Furnished to suit.
.S I accept 3 limited number of pupils, north Pensacola between Cottage Hill 5 Jan. Wright street. MONEY-LOANED on all kinds of personal : are held at theif hail

JOB PRINTING of all kinds wa.nted. on the following instruments: Violin, and Cantonment; 9 room house 2 large Meals (furnished if desired; near Es-* property ? on short notice. No. 8 West Intendencia
situatedon
by the Mayes Printing Co.. 24V.. Cello! Clarinet and all brass instruments -: bares 100 acres cleared, 1500 ,bearing FOR' SALE-The restaurant cambla Hotel. 4janlwFOR Terms easy J. W, Bullard upstairs street on every -,

Government. Phone 181. Onl1.the excs-pt slide trombone. Will. fruit trees. For cash or oa time. Wilt South Falafox street opposite the. RENT.-One large furnished 28'/j South Palafox ,St... Phone 1144. Monday evening at

best of work. Idec teach at pupils residences. :Music fur exchange for city property Apply ,C. post ft1ce For, known as White's apply to Restau.rant1 Hoo- front rojm: for r*nt. Apply 247 E. Snov 7:30 o'clock. An invitation .

: nished for all occasions: band or or- N. Levey, Cottage Hill Fla. lOnoy;; particulars 4janlw I b extended ,
We will number your bouse for you chestra. Pla> leave 1 ton &_Wat on. 4jan4t Gregory. UNLIMITED amount or money to loan to visiting. Knights.
orders at the
e
cheap. Any style figures you desire. FOR SALE.-One house; and. four lots on all kinds ot personal property. JOHN B. JONES
Clutter Mutle House, or at my per FOR SALE.-Fall pigs ant brood NICB; FURNISHED rooms with or
Our reasonable. 9th avenue corner La Jtua. also Special rates to business men on large EDM. FOX Grand
prices are always manent address: Navy Yard. P nsa- on HOWS. If rou'want' quick meat ..w1t ;OQt board. Terms reasonable. KnightRecorder.
King & Hual.! Phone 249. 24nov.. cola. Fla. P F. Ehlers, Bandmaster, all household goods. Apply to Mrs makers. we have'them.. Berkshire Apply 200 W. Intendencla. 17 dec3w* leans.South Palafox'The New: York Loan Co., 2O43 w
--- --- W. E. Mason on premises. 9de2.
W.\.XTED.-Haullng and transfer U. S. :Navy. and Poland China, White' RockCblckens FOUR NICELY FURNISHED or un- Pensacola Lodge No. 4, I. O. O. F.. '
work. 363 residence ----- Fishel's "Best in the World"'train Pensacola Lodge No. 4, L O. O. F., f
Office phone
; MISS BELLE .WHITING will FOR SALE.-One billiard table. \!ix9 furnisbaj rooms; can also use for
( a
-n
Op R. I. Reds' Brown Leghornsand
;!hoL" 390. Acosta & White 22-28 N. Ivory Balls. cues and cue rack, light "holl ekteplng. Inquire at 501 MiscellaneousDRAYMAN'S meets every Thursday evening' at 7:3a:
school on Tuesday January ;
,
private cock
choice
Tarragona St. 5mar.! Barred Rocks; a few at the new hall on West Garden -
condition. Price 'ii. O. Apply West Clute street or phone 323.
at her residence. 521 N. in good
2. Spring. sold
if
erels ready for service. Cheap .
MAN'S ASSOCIATION.If ,street.: Visiting brethren cordially :
Watson &
Co. !7je
C. 94ecSte.nwneel
Thos :
\\'AXTED.-Secon4 hand corn. oat Terms. $1.00 per month. 31deelw -to -- << r at one;. Collier Bros. Cnipley Fla. ___ you want a good 'drayman ring Invited. G. UrLNSON. -
M
and cotton seed meal sacks. Out of MRS. H. S. CHUNN will receive pupils boat; rebuilt in. March, 22dec2w NiCELY FURNISHED bed room con- 953. Draj'men's stand, corner Palafox I B. R. WITKOVSKI. Secretary.

town shipments solicited. Write us. in shorthand at her ,residence. 1904 for 5ervice in Lake Poatchar Zlrkelbach & Thompson, corner Belmont venientFy located. ; privilege of bath, and Zarregossa. :Wi will haul baggage -REBEK ti SISTERS.:-- I

F S Mellen & Co. Z3mar.VANTED.The () 321 N. Barcelona St. Terms, $5.00 a train and the Mississippi Sound] thoroughly and DeVilliers dealers in fine gasphone. Apply J26 W. Garden St. and furniture at the same rate -
10
"* Naomi Lodge No. Rebekah Si- ',
\ month. In advance.. 9declm strong and solid; 144 tons 'net; wines, liquor and clJ r5. Jug tradea 3jan2w .__ ._ __ __ _.. and also any other hauling. We will ters meets every Monday night at

Co. Merchants Transfer baullus. length over: all. 137 fet; breadth of specialty. Prompt attention given WANTED. ftw boarders in private haul any :load that 'one man can' han 8 o'clock in I. O. O. F. Hall. Visiti .
wants your moving and 36 feet depth of .bold : home trad. Phone No. 5SO.Sdeclm dIe without any help within one mils
beam is ; U4 family: nicely furnished rooms, with
All sister cordially: invited to b.
breakage guaranteed. T. B. Tnoren. LOST for the regular pric. ,We are reliable !ling i pr *-
12 staterooms and large cabin of bath and Convenient -
prop. Phone 978. ISJunclm -- feet; ; use telephone. ent. MRS S. DeTIIA Yen.
-- longitudinal bulkheads; 3 boiIrsfl; ., railroad shops! and on line. draymen, and \:e are responsible.We .
3 FOR SALE.-House and 25:>> acres with to car MISS MAMIE FREEMAN. Secretary.
COOK.-Experienced chef (colored) LOST-A: pair of silver rimmed spectacles feet on:. 3S inches diameter; 3> enl { 60 bearing pecan trees 2% milts Apply 401 & Gregor_3janlm are !In the business and are' hereto
is south between ;32) West Gonzalez =t?. ?5 inches diameter. ($J, feet from Milton. For particulars addressG. stay. You can find u'a from six to M. E. B. A. No. 81, meets flret and
open for engagement to go street and public school No. 70. Re- UN'SURNISHED' -Large front room six. Wednesday evening at :30 ,
Jan stroke: allowed steam pr psu.*, I":: H. Langley. Bagdad. Fla. third p.
i Florida preferred; references. turn to 52 West Gonzalez street for pounds; fitted with dOl.kUooUen fronting to south and west. Good 21declm 3, BELL, Mgr. m., RaSord Hall No 10. West Inter
Sdeclro
Address by letter, J. C. B9 Gran- reward. 4J2tLOST. light ,and, csntral,! location. Apply 12 street
electric dcncia
till, pi.. Boston ISdeclm Steam capstan: headlight.ply Ap *Urt SALE.-An upright Singer Piano N. Palafox.St. or pbope 65. :2janlm CUT .FLOWERS.-PatterIoQn's' Rose-i I
.-Christmas night,, hunting out New .Orleans Naval Stores Co., _cheap for cash. Call at 1304 W. : mount Gardens, of Montgomery:: has I I A. G. FELL, Pres.J. .

MYt&tUAL contracting painters fit rolled! in black 'oil cloth contain 519 Magazine! St., New Oretnt. La. *. Government St.. Pensacola. Fla. BOARDERS( WANTED at 312 N. placed an agency Teniacola, represented L. SWEENEY Sec. -

atd decorators.: Fine varnishing: ing pair red blankets ducking boots NOV1112141C192326.t:; ?declm* I i Hayne. By !day week on month. by Miss Bertie Smith. 616 N.! WO.v1.

"(j fecishing pillow an\ gun.: upppsed (to have Terms aaonabe... Mrs Jennie Perdue Barcelona. Orders' prODptly filled for
Sign ,painting a 60-C-Call:
spa- SALE OR RENT.-Two lightersJl Victor records:: 35c and on Live Oak Camp No. 1, W. t). W.
eliII\ nesidetce phone 249. '29aug. been dropp'fi from dray between my FOR : l5declm'with roses carnations and all kinds of other
our agent or write Metropolitan meets, in Pythian Hall 1st and 3rd
for
with capacity 75 thoujand
: nd Palafox wharf. Return one cut flowers. Phone 651.: .Od"c
': residence i Talking Machine Co. Jacksonville FURBISHED ROOMS, or with In each month.
nD.-All: keepers or poultry to J. Harris Pier- lumber; the other thirty thouand .ea-I I Wednesdays Visiting
feed wheat feaijecauie and cite! rew rd.' Rates reasonable. ':Tpleobone Fla. Agents wanted. ISdeclm* out board. Pleasant l locality, near REAL ESTATE in all parts of the sovereigns cordially Invited. -
It Is the cheapest pacity. :! -
pont. ,.3.i"lfLO'STT 1'alatox street. 11T E. Intendoncia, city. You buy the ground and we F. A. BOG III CU. C. C.
: it makes hens lay. F. S. 7 or write. J. A. Chan & Co..' Miltoau I FOR SALE CHEAP.-One 25x5 ft. '
::Qn"paIafoV r 'street; i; batwCPU 1( llrs Fannie Rettenger. declS-lm. build horns time
vfllcn & Co, Phone 334. : : Fla. Sldeclin launch with 4-borse power engine. will your on long' LESLIE E. BROOKS. Clerk.
I first National Bank and, Kress I la first.class order. For further particulars W Aol.fED.-A few hoarders at SIS W. payment D. Hale Wilson & Co. :

Tb* new Montana )Market cor. 7th store, a plain>> gold seal ring with Initials ron SALE.-Seven hundred acres address P.'O. Box 418. city. Bejteonc New house. good neigh. TAILORING L. DIamond, Tailor W O. W. C., Oak Grove No.4. i

auntie and Wright street, want W. M. M. Reward for return to timbered and farming; lau12:? miles 15dec. bcrhOod and near car line. ildeclm i Gents' clothing cleaned pressed and i! Woodmen Circle meets lat Thursday ,
\wir SldsciwLOST. of Milt 3 from raUroad. Fine. __ _____ :of each month at 3:30 p. m.. 2d floor !
business. We handle native and Pm: Natloaal Bank. east n j Sternwheel r lIt'or BOARDERS WANTED at 226 N Al- repaired on short notice. No. 114 J
\ boat, in I Hal! Pou's stable In.
\ k service Pythian over on '
conditions. For
eetiTn stock farm rirUc t- :
meats, country produce butesgs. West Government St. Pensacola,, Fix
fob Nice large rooms good table 1 ,
wth caniz. ;
Sound and Lake
'*' vegetables, etA Martin & .-Lady's gold watch -' lars address G. H., Lanjley, Bagdad, I Mississippi Pontchar- idee. tendencia l street Visiting sovereigns gi
\wbott; !. Props. ISdeclm attached engraved ot. edge; monogram Fla. Sdeclm train; 110 tons net: length over all and terms reasonable., 'Mrs. Dora |1 1J I cordially InUted. )Ir.. W. A. Smith, \'

\" 'Mf 1. S. ,on face. Returnto I 111 feet! ; breadth of beam Is 20 feet; Donaldson.;_ _- gdeclm*J SAILMAKER. : clerk: Mrs. M. B. Olsen, guardian. ;

\ tNTED.Alkinds! of 'electrlcl'; E. H. Skinner corner Bajlcn ana FOR SALE:-Nice, clean 'ne ;Bapeni .depth' of hold is ,4 feet! : bottom, 3n"; FOR"KENT, -Furnished rooms for J. H. PORTER. sailmakfr, "16 South I I ,..'"

Work l sell all kinds of electrical Strong an.t icceive ic.'ard. SOdec for sale. Only 5c a buartle. They!decking.[ 2"; 3-3". bulkheads fore and rent wtfa or without board. No f Palafox street. Orders taken for:i= :

>"erlc s anJ other electrical supplies. make good) wrappingpaper, and. are aft; t boilers; 2 Swayne: engines, lOx light-'housekeepinr. Apply 310 'WestGregory. ; tents, awnings camp stools and house' vvDOD ilj;!

Vhen xou need ne ring 345 or '933 I -- just the thing to put under nuttlaf. 15 with patent cutoff; electric plant. ICdeelm I cots. etc. Prices reasonable. 31Jan.
E w Peake. Star Laundry build.! FOIfIfe.NT ThIs 1 is a good ,stem wheel beat of the -
"S, new AUTO 10BILES.-1 am agent for the BAY' HOTEL.!: -Qpeu Bight and day.! The Rental Buluess'i. our specialty that
L river s kinds
Garden. Mississippi type: eedTloundand
you
15de'A J itora PopeMfg.Co. and can sell you .auto comfortably'arranged: for European plan. Rooms light and and your business,. will hate careful
'
'\\ \TEDA.. R.-----Bingham---- -wan'.i FOR RENT,-Elegant two stof building) from $503 00 up. They cost !less thaq' gers. Price on application passen Boat clean Transient trade solicited.-{I attention. D. .Hale Wilson",'&,.Co. iK paiN If'If'cheaper

tour; moving He 1 room In'new Star Laundry horses to keep up. They (aq be run 575-579 'a PaWox. J ts. S. NIcolau. AND E
and hauling. guarantees Apply Walk Ir.- could ba delivered\at one Reasons ,0
treet. anywhere a horse can ,
all) breakage. Phone 630.Everybodylo f E. Garden Laundry. E5ar in sand or 50 t I (or selling no employment for boat. Prop- I- ---- -:-: I
graham Star ,_ Lesle! B. Brooks.
WAXTED.- take .dinner SHEIJ-c6TIA'"OE on Bay I, Appl New Orleans Naval Stores Co, FOR.tRENT.-Furnished rooms In a Safes! Safes! Safes! than you can buy
at the ; FURN For parti- FOR SALE.-10 room. house corner I))519[ Magazine St. New Orelans. La. desirably location. new house and It anywhere. Any size/ you "
Southern Hotel. 9dec. I ICOUR1" Shore, on Dummy Line. lot. 3 blocks from Palafoz, lot 9Cx -lM2-14-16-19-23-26 I 212 W. Gregory St. :
Phone 59. .. new furnltnre, Diebold !
inquire J. R- Kellar .. l Buy Safes want. '"
.P.
PresSIng! culars 192 on car line. For particular inquire ISdellm. I IJ'
HOUSE DYEING Box 136? ISdecAnTmNGHAM 1 FOR SALE.-Barrt-d Plymouth Rock / ? __
SIan, 7 rianng! Club, ItS N. Palafox or P. O. of Standard Clothing Co. 29jaa:- Co kerels from prize wInners Jl.OO PARK '. ,i'O'{ Opposite Plaza.;iScarritt Moreno
storage SEWELL
roomftor
C.
JLJ* T. J. Davis Prop. Your pat- suitable for has furniture : FOR SALE.:.-Several head .of "mules, Up. Large, weH'marked good 'blooJAlso Rooms with or without board. Short E. };

dte sOlicited; satisfaction guaranuL -I rent, South TarragonaSt. and horses all in good condition.i ,some good 'pulMs. Mrs. Lizzie orders "qa. regular meals served Incafe.Roais'oerlOOC'taY.
106
ffient3 Careful attention given ladles* goods. Phone 104 and 630 30nOT.Consumers Ice and FuelCo.iTdec. a. Hugh, Chipley Fla. Sldeclm > 16dec.j Agent. L .f.... _. Phone. 614.t r .
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L' PAGE EIUHT. THE PE'NSAC'OL .fOiIRJ4' AL, SATURDAY''MORNfNGi, ".;JANUARX' : 6, .1908 _, _ _

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ICII ''WEEKLY[ REVIEW INTEREST IN! THE .TURPENTINE. ,STILLS VA

I I ,, McMillan Bros. Co I| AUSLEY 6 COMPANY, I Ii




OF SOUTHERN MEETINGS 'IS I GIN I !.A toalimen.Adrink friend -- V MOBILE Manufacturers ALABAMA.MARKETS, i| V COMMISSION BROKERS, \



that means !I H: WEST_. INTENDENCIA. STREET,' PENSACOLA, FLA. II j jI


INDUSTRIES GROW me new vim, 'Naval Stores. .I Private Wires. N. Y. N. 0 and Chicago.COTTONSTOCKSGRAINPROVISIONSaIIdBONDS !.:

vigorand COURAGE. .Savannah,. Ga. Jan. 5.-The naval I ,, .
I stores'market: cHwsd today.as follows:

Keeps alive WW.. ?. '.. .,' .. .: .. .. ....5 95 I '
New Corporations Formed in Dixie WG..' ..: ..-. V.-.;.,. .. .... .. ..5 70 i

Large Congregations Present at the fire of youth N.. .,.. '.... ..*... .... .... ;5-45 '

[and During the Week Jot,-, ,.V-,. ...;.,;.. .. .. .....4 35 i and Sold on Margin or for Investment.
the Presbyterian Church | Makes\ old men feel young j K.. .. .. .,'...: .. .... .. ....4 45 .Bought .

Just Passed. I. : : 'i .. ........ ... ...3 75
Each Night. A pure, IL..t _.' .!.. .. ..3 55G 1.I Reference: First Nitlnal-'and Peoples Banks. Phone 1173 !

.... ...i. .<;.*. .... ..:. ....3 50
the Chattanooga week Tenn, Jan. 5.-During high-grade article. F. .. .. .. ..V ... '.... :3: 43: to 3 47% :..... .$o.. ..."..H .....................t
ending
into the new yesterday" breaking Interest In the levival meetings; M j E...,. ..?.. .;.. .... .... .. .3 45 -
II "I industries year have many new and important the First Presbyterian church COlUntues Enormously popular.. D... ., .... ...t. .... .... ....3 40 : .
been aI -
; Lshed; in each of estab- to grow with each service .and av, C .? .: .'. 'V .. .. ,........:3: 35 -
the
E [ states Robertson! becomes better ac-r
Mr. .
'.Ion the accompanying list compiled quainted with his congregation he j! ALL GOOD DEALERS Spirits 'Turpentine 65 cents. I THERE'S NO ONE LIKES TO SEE

by The .
Tradesman from I: draws them toward him. T
its SELL IT AUSLEY CO.'S REPORTS
official daily reports. A trust company A feeling of strangeness always I their home or furniture or their stock of goods- -the result
capitalized at $2.500,000 is reported -embarasses a speaker an'until this" I Liverpool!' Cotton Market V : of'.years of hard work and saving-go up in. smoke.

Ii. from Alabama. Two large I wears away b> is never thoroughly : I. V ._ C10M Better take sufficientFIREVINSURANCE
lumber companies with $300,000 and S Jan.Feb.....&IOFetullir. '
If Mr.
at himself. Robertsonwas
'MI $200.000 I ...., .... 8.13M
capital respectively', : ? -
are Is V'V
inl ever affected by this- it entireli'gone '
the list from, Folrida. i r.-April..?,.- .,.8.JTApnl "
A $150.000 n'Ow'in the closest
oo and he is ... '
.,
storage plant is credited to. Georgia. touch with his audiences. He is from -M y ..--,.,.,,.,.......I..........823 C.JOMWJune to cover its insurable value and "stop'tbe worry" that'eery
Kentucky adds '/unong other Industries Texas and somehow a person fedaitsboundless JQD -J lj,..,....,,..... 024! man: 'with uninsured property must feeL
a $450,000 telephone company sweep about the mae as Florida and Aiabama: Ju'r-jLUgTUit .....,.... 0.25
I and a $100,000 grain elevator. From his sympathy for humaiy( unfolds uxut-September .<, Insurance, Gen'! Agtl!

Copyright 1905 by Mississippi Is the report of a $200,00u and he draws his illustrations from LAND COMPANYManufacturers bept ral>er-Oetob r ..... .........., Knowlcs Bros. Pensacol.
; Hart Schaffhcr/ &. Marx land company. Missouri presents a field and flower and uses nature's ra- botober-No."Plber ....... .....*....... Fire, Life. J
i striking- array, ,among which may, be sources with the lavish hand peculiar;! of November-December .*.. _
> There's snap and style. high specified a $200,000 building company. 1'> the mighty west. :. and Dealers in II D.cember-J&uary ........ ..::8.10'LlnrPooISpgss.'II.23.
quality and.worth in every gar- a $350,000 Investment company a "The Fruits of the Righteous is a I
LUMBER CYPRESS SHINGLES V
SAWED V
meat.I $500.000 gold mining and of his 1\aldB,10OO.I. ';nR
company a Tree of Life, was the subject .
AND KILN-DRIED SAP.SHIPPING
I.; Men's Suits $10 to $25. $1,000,000 sash door and blind fac- morning sermon and he talked about ; I "
'. Youths' Suits. $10 to 20. tory. The list from North Carolina trees with a thorough knowledge. of Nsw. York Cotton Market. PENSA.OOLA
Includes a $200,000 cotton and woolen life. Open, His: Low Cose:
.
The John White Store mill company a $100,000 lumber company plant The Christian should stand straightand : 3m...........4.. 1U1. 1U4. iLlS! 1184 ; Iron Works and Supply Co.V
...,.'
a $250,000 yarn ,factory a $200 tall like the ceaar: and ba deep NEW February. ? I of ,
and
V Repairers
1jareh.,1I.65, SL7J 1159 11 83April Manufacturers
Specialists in Men's Wear. 000 lumber company etc. Oklahoma rooted and bear fruit like the palm. ,

Phone 225. 505-507 S. Palafox continues to do.big things and swells The palm tree draws Us life from unseen Hay..' USD 11.&( 1170 1173 \ :MACHINERY AND BOILERS ;

the list of new industries< with two I sources and is fed by unseen Jane.- n. ..... ...., FORGINGS, MILL AND STEAMSHIP SUPPLIES
I mining' companies _capltalizao! at $2- I fountains that run deep below the -- July,:'......:..-11 9J 1161 11 so 1183 STEAMSHIP REPAIRS A SPECIALTY

I 00,0,000( and $1,500.000 respectively the sands of the desert. fTbe ialu Arrived.: AUVZU5t.............>..:... ....V _... ..... Prompttlon ,glfen to all orders. day or sight Agent 2
t 1 and a $300.000 coal mining company. tree never grows crooked and when Tertia, .Ger'5S.. 'Martlns: n. 1396. Las September......... .... -V..... ..... ..: I for Jame McKay & Co.'s celebrated Log and Timber Dogs. also ,
I From South Carolina is the report of once diverted from its course, the Palmes. October..,.,.i ,' .
COFFEE Chains of all descriptions. ;
a cotton ''gin and other concerns. A first thing it does is to get straight Cleared. Noy.anber.. .i.:..: ::::. ::::: ::::: ::::. Office Phone '123. PHil. WITTIWAN Mgr.5 :.t of
building company with $300,000 and a Antiqua. Br ss Wllten. 1830. fpr December... ..: .. R ldence _PHone 1029. P. O. Box 123. fi 01
a mining company of $100,000 are aiThe palm tree bears fruit in old age; Greenock with i .ooo 6rft lumber, 'New York.Spots. 11.85 VV ;
t", =%IwzNN: w'i
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among the new 'concerns reported and is useful as long as it lives; and 1,740,000 s ft sawn timber. 'U33tF
We are the Pioneer from Texas. The list from West VIr. so should the Christian be Primo. Ital bk. Gibelji. 1212. for I Chicago Grain Market

Coffee Roasters of ginia includes a number of heavily Mr, Robertson a'esires' the,teachers Montevideo, with 886.S52 s ft. lumber. -' I. : Wheat / ........... t. ..'..'''''''''''...'''''''''''..

capitalized new plants among' themar. and pupils of the schools. to, come to Sailed.Provincla V Open High Low CloaeM.7
West Florida.1CHUOH'S electro metallurgical company the Saturday services. FreDc'h t ss. for Genoa. : _,-:..... 83 b9 88 &*iJuly
:
capitalized at 1000000. Besides ., : .. Wtg'' 84'i; 84J 84H i BRIGHT SALESMEN i ii ii:
I these which have been enumerated EIGHTEEN YEARS ON VESSELS Ir( J-ORT. <- ii
I are many new industries established SOLITARY CONFINEMENT V Corn. are_always demand.: The other kind may get a place 4

BLENDS :.during the week with capital of $100- SUamsnlp V,- V Open flicli Low Close i by good luck but the employer is never pleased. j I3ia I3-i

I. COO and less.. The complete list for By Associated Pr* Antiqua Br ss 'Witten 1875 Vera M.y..i..... ; 45 wt HH ,
'" the ,week as authorized by The Boston Jan. 5.-Mrs. Sarah, Jane Cruz to master.. 4 V JGl7',4 <5 ,45New i GAS ARC LAMPS :' I3i1'p

have no equal. A trial Tradesman is as foiunts: Robinoon ore of the most ,noted female August Belmont. Br ss 2967 Savannah .- 1'p
Alabama. convicts in tha country died in to Gulf Transit Company.. V YOTK Stock Market. are the, brightest salesmen;: of modern times. They are *
; wiliconvincetheconnoisseur Cayo Bonto Br Widgery. 2213 V V V selling things nightly for up-to-date business men.
; Birmingham: -$25,000 motor car the Middlesex county jail in East Cam ss. Open Close i 4
Ixmdon to Gulf Transit Co. Southern V PaciHe...........? 66 66Coppe.r.
that we company: $9,000 coal anal! coke'com. bridge last night. V a
Chatburn. Br .1225, Huelva l-- ...- IQ&t 109 They "Bring DirectAdvortising j
pany; $50QQO construction company. She was 6S years old anb! d been, ss,1)torse T
make to Gulf Transit A. 8.11.-............ 151'i, 1M? d
extravagant Gadsden-$15,000,stone and or com in solitary confinement more. than Company. ....... 01 i Results ft
Br Atch }$ KMA ;
; claims. pany.: eighteen jears. ,..> Bahla Exmoor .. ss, Stpnehouse;. 2293 ..B.>..,.....,.,.- 164 16J!>i '
to order. .
Mobile-$2,500,000 trust company. Blanca f' I ILET........ 'iG i 88 for business men and for the citv. Not a mere display. *
Arkansas. Cured His Mother of Rheumatism."My Gamma Dutch ss. T nsama. B.0..,.'.'..'112 i 113HBrie. i but a display salesman. Our replies to all inquiries will U,
1335'J
Wholesale and Retail'GROCERS Walnut RidSe.-$25.000 woodworking mo'her has been a sufferer for West Hartlepool to. order. .-.....*..' Wt *8% Interest you' JPensacola ap
plant. many years from rheumatism." ,saYS .Good. Hope. Br ss, Harding ; OF.I .,._. M14 K% i
Cardiff to Gulf Transit Company.Ida .... .. '
u. 8.. 4i; 43U. I
Batesville-$50.000 W. H.' Howard of Husband Pennsjlania. i
stone and development "At she Span 58. Arano, .:2160, Liver I .a, preferred.............. 105'; 1(6 i Gas Company !
company. \ lime, was unahe, to
pool to Gulf Transit Co., Rs.-........_. 32,i W4 I
Florida. all. while at all times walking .
move at Marie Ger ss. $ftboeder. 891 West i Loot N...,. 15 15 4 I
and all kinds of Feed Jacksonville Perry-$200,000 lumber company. was painful: I presented htr with Hartlepool to Penai Lumber Com Lead ._........ 81 6.'SMet. :: Phone 148. 24 and 27 -Ga-'denStreet. t
-$300,000 lumber company a bottle of Chamberlain's Pain Balm V V :
Stuffs.Pluto ; $20,000 clothing factory. and after a few applications she decided pany.Nyassa. ,Br ss Baker, 1786 Vera M..r.-'..... '.. 123 U9: ..' 10.1Z1"% ......... .......... .........................:

Cypreas-Lumber mill. it was the most wondarful pain Oe.ftPae..l i lT4n .
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Cruz to F; O Howe/& Company. -- ---'- ----- -
Palatka-Water works. r&liever she had eve/. Vied In fact, N.Y.C..r.: .. 150 152:
Tampa-Cigar factory. she is never without it now and is at Quarrydene Br ss. Robinson. 1822 P.O ; -: .....,:ICO%; 100 Professional Directory

White Springs-Naval stores company all times able.to walk- An casional Buenos Ayres to GulftTransit Br Co. ss.PV..V...... 14i 142% r\4LL\ QT/
; Water fy Pain Balm Queen Christina as. Brake 2S04 V : ..... 1-94 lilPi
applicationof keeps away Hamburg to order. ... ...... ...
Georgia.AugustaCOld I that she trou. ; -, R.I...... ..... 34 2Q-4 PATTILLO CAMPBELL,
the pain was formerly EXPR5PRVAID.
Ships.' B.. .,. Xi 864 k
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storage plant.At1lDta$150.000 bled with For sale by'all 'druggists. '
cold storage plant Avon Ital ship Megan, 1601.Genoato T.C.I.. ISO1, 134: Attorn eyxat'Law. V
Wholesale and Retail. Penn. U3 T
1434
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Rosasco Bros. a
Indian
Territory. Room 405 Thiesen'Building..
U, P... US',
iCSi'
'
Ruby, Nor ship Erikson 1333. Lon g
Tahlequah-$30,000 light and power company. ..
don to Southern, States Lumber Co: 1 'V 1.C
ccmpany.Weleetka$0,0oc. Guthne
52,000,000 mining :
com
; I. & Co.'s Cotton Letter. .
New Orleans Co. Ausley Daily
1 Grocery :: light and po'wer pany. Car' ... ,THOS. PEBLEY,
,. company. Mt. Scott-$1,500,000 owning com- New Yoik,.Jan. 5.-The cotton mar- I
LAW
Armenia, Ncr bk. Nielson. 1168. > REAL ESTATE. LOANS AND ;
I Jas. McHugh Kentucky. panj.A''aa. ;" .. Treen to McKenzieOerting & Co. kets were VErY tame affairs througa- IZQTS.sf00. COLLECTIONS 11

Louisville-$25,000 tobacco' warehouse -$50,000 machine manufacturing / Bauffshire, Ital bk, Marchese S3S. out the entire day due. it was said, ..' $A5Oic PALAFOX AND ROMAN
L Phone 105. company; 100.000 feram elevator company. Genoa to master ginners'' ; PHONE o53.
Proprietor.
to the expected
government ;
; $7 .OOO mining company; r\3ouan-.15OOO! hardware ijompany. Edna M Smite, Br bk, Rice, 736;
J -. $450.000 long-distance telephone sjs- $ Leith to order. VV 'report to be issued on.the Sth and tho '

tem. South Carolina. Numberg Nor bI:'. Birkson. 1107.Chnstiansand National Gi 'ners' Association to be issued YAEGER
Winch .s'er-Planing mill.Louisiana. Lake City-Saw mill ,
J to A.;.Zelius. I this. Hernoon. While most of
Morris Dannheisser Leo-!Saw milL Paolino Ital bk, Lairaqua. 128S.) ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.
New Orleans-$50.000 rubber company Fair 'Pla>-Cotton tin.Conwaj Rotterdam to Rosasco Bros. I the talent expsct both reports to b3 Rooms :202 204
Thiesen
and Bid.
I (Formerly Dannheisser Bros.) ; $12,000 ice factory; $150,000 -$10.000 lumber company. Providenza, Ital bk, Olcese, 1185 bullish there was evidently! some doubt: PHONE 332.

; Pure Old Rye and Bourbon, Fine, brewery; $100000 electrical and mechanical Tennessee.' Genoa to master. as to the construction that misat be ..
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Wines Beer and Tobacco. I supply5 company. Knoxville-$30,000 tobacco com Pruno. Ital bk,"""Gibelli 1212. Artuerp. placel upon ,the government's report -- -'- --- --- I:
DeRidder+Two gaw mills (near) pany. <% to order. I.
: Old Hickory Whiskey Specialty I Iw Lafajette-- -jrup'mill.Shreveport$3.000OQQ. Memphis-$50.000; soap factory. Soars. da Costa. Port bk. Marnatn. professionals preferring not to take CHAS. BLUM &CO. Dr.S. R. ,Mallory Kennedy

; 12 W. Zarragossa Street. I oil and pipeline Nashville-$75.000. telephone fac-, 604, Rio Janeno to H. Baars, & Co. on any ,'!commitments' until the
Office
WEST:: BAY ST., over D'Alemberte's Store
PENSCAOLA. FLORIDA.; company.Jennlugs$35,000. tcry. Schooners matter, 'was' definitely settled. Liverpool &17 AND 519 Drug

k sunply company. Pulaski-Saw mill;- electric .tight Calumet. Am sen,:Guptol, 1094 Bal advanced. spots 2 points and reduced JACKSONVILLE, FLA.ESCAMBli Office.Hours-9:30 Phones 274 a.and m 103.to G p. m.
Mississippi. plant. V
tlmore to order. ; ,.
Egypt-$5.000 cotton gin., Chattanooga-$50,000 and' futures 2 to 4 points but on ---- -- .
iron coa D. II. Rivers Am' sch. P ck. 963. ; -
Vicksburg-$250,000 lanaI' some 'good buying it is said from this
company company. Guantanamooriler.. OYSTER DEPOT.
GrE'f'Dwood-25OOO machine and Texas. I ,. side regained the loss and closei only T G YATES M. 0 0"
supply company Kennedal"! $ 5OOO (canning fagtory f Phone 1210. .
pQlnts''lower :
IWE An agreeable movement of the bowels two : than last night'sclosing. ,
.
Missouri.Carterv1lleO,000
Denison-Gate and fence factory; 'r Fine Perdldo Bay Plant and Escam
without any unpleasant. effect is .
WANT concentratingplant. $25,000 brick works.
I I bia Oysters at reasonable prices. OPTICIAN
l Stomachand
produced >y .Chamberlain's
.
)loust n-Power plant: $100,000 Our markets opened. a few. points
St. J..ouls-S50.000 brass works: canal and milling company; 'fertihz Liver Tablets.. For sa'e by all I Co.Sooveiiirs
C. Tabarras &
druggists. lower but soon( aivanced: : until points 306 ,THIESEN BUILDING
$200.000 building company: $5,000 ing factory. \
construction ; $25,000 invebt- El Paso$300,000 building com hlcher- : thar'Lfle' onenine was reached .-- ,- -
r company ;- -----.0--
"rnent company $150,000 investment. pany. '- when profit 'taking by weak longs not :

; EVERYBODY company: $ $OOOO investment company \Thtestpro-$25,020.' :: mill ,and gin I caring to go over the report ,carried I Pensacola, Sf. Andrews and

; $50.000 'railway supply manu company. t price? back to the .op?ning level.
facturiffg company: $50,000 fence and Stamford-Oil mill 20 Ibs Nice Clean I[ Gulf CO.
[ : do anti Steamship
gate factory; ,$500,000 gold mining Yoakirm-Coal storage plant 1 i I \Ve not !=ipa.t. much change

ccmpany.St. Fort Worth-$10.000 bridge works: I in \alis fiom the National Ginners' STEAMER TARPON 1

Joseph-$50,000 building and in-I undry. / i Head Rice for $1.00.. :I report as .v* are inclined. to think the
TO KNOW
i: vestment cocnpany.Clayton IA1fkin-$10.000 oij company. W.GI3ARROWMaster.FinErCLAh3 .
7j trading pub 'e expect this to be of a
-$15,000 hardware com San ,Antonio-$25,000 ice and cold That'b jut; one of 'the many I : PASdENGLR AXl
pany. I storage plant: $5,000 sarrlery;. $100-I items on which \ts can savs you ;' bullish character: and as a, rule do not FREIGHT bERVlCE

.m Kansas City-Land company. ; $100- 000( mining company. *" money on groceries, and -"a place much, co&fiJence its reliabill -Detw :-

about our Clothing' and (GOO oil and gas company ; $30,000 vehicle I Pecos-$5000 land company. I doPar raved Is a dollar male 'I' ty.. PENSACOLA. MOBILE APALACHICOLA

!1F Furnishing for men and factory; $ ,000,000 sash. door. DlJ.an'sllll$5OOO: telephone. com Wise housewives will call us up The govertment's;: report Is of an en- V7e ,especially! invite strangers CARRABELLE. ST. ANDREWS -
4 boys-want them to know and blind factpry; $ .OOO <'OnstructlonJopUn"'Yines pan>. and ask our prices on articlesfor from ; and :visitors within MILLVILLE.And .
it, from actual experience ; mining company. Kingsland Marble and granite! her pantry before purcha1- ; tirely'aiffeient charact r. Almost all points on St. Andrews Bay,

& l.ow much further their North Carolina. quarries I lag and; remember, too that ; the beginning the agricultural depart- our gates ,10caiI, and; see Carrabe'le' and Apalachlcola.SCHEDULE' .

....; dollars will go here at Four Oaks-$50,000 lumber company Virginia. what you buy here is guaranteed Iment has exhausted every effort to our Ima of'souvenirs.
: :. this cash store than else- ; :' Lessburg-$100.000 milling, com- pure and fresh. |: make these .ports as nearly correct Leave reis \:-{ where under the old credit I'' Kings Iountain- -$.S.OOO cotton pcny.Turnerville. '" I I| as possible and year by. ytar have increased m for Mob e. Ala.
;1.4 i: system. Our men's mill.Mt. -$5,000( telephone company. -i Lot Olives ia Bulk : their_ facilities! for obtaining Post. Cards. 2 for 5 cent Leave Pensacola Tuesday 8;39 p.
: $25000 bobin i Large for St. AndiewB. Millville, At-
:It f Suits ,are new, nobby and Airy- factory. the. de8'red information until they m..
.1 Gastonia$200,000 cotton and woolen Alexandria-$50,000: telephone com,: | Orang wood ,Calendars, Pin lacflicola, Carrabelle and inter23edEIpoints. .
ptvlish and we believe our and Bottles Just Beceiiad.! I have reached: a state of efficiency making .
r $10.00 ant $12.50 Suits company. pany. .' them \UT close to being correct. 'S'da.and
Trays, Cigar Match ljJ.
additional Isformatlon apply
lumber Norfolk electrical company For
Lillmston-$100,000 com -$10 000 '
:. Extra large Fancy Queen '
: will "shade" any suit We think& the report will indicate a R. SAUNDU1S. 1
you ever saw at $%.50 pany. ; $15,000 launch and motor' com Olives 40 cents a quart $1.40' a |i crop of ,about 10.000,000 bales which S'tands. 25 eeptto" "150. R. COBB. PrlildCf1
E.
t, Riverside'-Cotton compress. pany. gallon. In bottles 10 cents to 'f
atove these prices. You \vilj likely construed as bullish by t Gen. Frt. and Pass. Ajt-
l might. Just as well save Clayton-Drug manufacturing com Lynchburg-$75,000 construction' $1.50;)( -plain and stuffed. | European Spinners! with Mr. Ellison Rhododendron 'Wood Noel-. Pensacola. ha.I71ES.

this two fifty-good to pany. \ company. r the English
j.. you Rocky Mount-$25.000 supply company PureeJtlille-$15,000 foundry. 35c Value In Brooms for 25c: great expert on consump- ties, 25 cents $1,50. .. -
anybo4yH. tha
:. as | tion figures placing world's requirements
.. } (! West Virginia.Terriss$1,000,000 .
.. Charlott -$250,000 yarn manufacturing electro metallurgical This is a four-string broom; o{ American. cotton at Burnt Ueather. Goods,25 centsnsatflgurewhitegroumis
bales.
,! t company; ,$100,000 trust company company. extra fine wisp with strong and nearly 12,000,000 '

!' Berkeley Sprin'gs $10.000, .. 1 bottling perfectly smooth handle-jou'll >lr.,. Price placesth3 'government report .
I ( tI V at 9.731,000 bales ginned to December

it.
Ooldr.boro-ZOOOOO! lumber comLumberton works. be pleased with
'-425,000 carp! factory. ,Beckley-$20,000 coal .mm ny. 31st. but he has been a very; -
? 0. ANSON Hickory 15.000 milling company. Huntington-$200,000 on sad gas poor guesser In the past and we hardly .
Oklahoma. company ;* i think h? bas improved much in that

Oklahoma C4iy-$100.000 chemical Dennsboro:! -$10.000 clothing lac-i LAZ JACOBY. respect lately. There was some fear '
:: CASH CLOTHIER, and manufacturing company; $300- tcr$5,000 electric conjpanyk:. of political complications between Coe'a"BoOktore
000 coal mining company; $150,000 Logan-$125.000 coal:: and. coke THE.POPULAR'GROCER, France:and".Germany but the Russian:

: Corner Palafox and Main. motor roadway company; $5,000 supply company. .. tf. 14 W. Garden ;StPhone 183. }:frituatiou.hag,cleared preceptibly.! We
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I Charleston$25,000'1iar1Ware i !
company think: cotton a purchase on all soft 2l3S.PaafoiStreet. '

Geary-$15,000 light, Ice antf power pany. f', _spots.
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