The Pensacola journal
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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 12, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
daily (except monday)[ former <1900-1905>]
normalized irregular
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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rosvenor( and Williams Have a I SOUTHERN COTTON ASS'N. 1 MOROCCAN RESOLUTION Record in Case-of Pensacola Boy 1

Lively Tilt on Floor of the STREE]
Forwarded to Secretaryof


.... Navy .

i Fell Fifteen Feet From evated

Republican Tariff Not Responsible Important Matters Will Be 'Con Structure, to'Grouril;:at Vice-President Placed Resolution on Calendar Considered Equivalent to Admit-

for Prosperity.HAVE sidered by Convention-President Jordan St, Louis. < I i' Tlp/s' Preventing Its Co isderatio t- ting His Conviction '.

Delivered Annual Address. 5- '. Senate Committee. '
first by or
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TO REMEDY THE TARIFF- By Associated Press, perfect county organization will be SERIOUSLY, IN WRE CAUSED By' Associated Press. Several other precedents were quoted. ABLY HAVE .BEEN RELEASED ,

STAND PATTERS" VIGOROUSLY New Orleans 'Jan. .-The South- urged and the matter of a permanent .V I Washington, Jan11..-In secret session Senators Teller and Morgan defendedthe WITHIN ANVHOUR
headquarters will be contention of Senator Bacon that OR TWO;IF.
ern Cotton Association bgan a three discussed.: Atlanta BY CAR JUMPING THE TRACK todaythe Senate discussed 'the
ASSAILED-MR. HEYBURN, DENOUNCES Memphis' and New Orleans aiv' the resolution had been placed. on the NOT DISMISSED WILL GRADUATE
day's session here to-day with -a large I status of Senator Bacon's Moroccan
candidates for the place. AND. CAREENING OVER THE calendar wrongfully.The .
WALL STREET representative attendance from all of It is likely that Harvie Jordon will y s.' I resolution for'three hours and in the effect of the vice presidents' FROM NAVAL ACADEMY ON'
the cotton growing states. The Association be reelected president. In an address RAILING TO THE, STREET end it was.put, on the calendar decision is to leave the resolution oa
FIGHT ON JOINT STATEHOOD was organized one year ago he reviewetf the work during the first -- I: Vice-President Fairbanks declared the calendar where.it must remain'until FEBRUARY
BILL. when cotton was' selling at, $ cents a year of the association; recommendedthat : +.fU.. :that his' course in placing the resolu- 'takn'11bnefrea ..by a 'majority of
pcund. a proper solution of the marketing By.A..octated Pre... tion on the calendar' had been the unvarying the senate or by unanimous consent,' .. .
Among the important matters to cone problem lies in moving the crop; St Louis, .Jan. '11. Pjonging( from i practice and cited as a pre and therefore' it will prevent .it's By Associated Press.
before the meeting is. a proposition to slowly to meet the legitimate demands ee 'ent/ ruling mad by 'VicePresident cnwideratiott by the senate or by the
By Associated Press. hold the balance of the last crop for of spinners. To accomplishthis I the elevated tracks. at CajH street,the Morton in an identical situation. senate-committee. '- Annapolis, Jan. 11.-There is good
Washington Jan. .-The Philip- fifteen cents and a decision as to acre- he said, adequate warehouses Pullman. sleeping, car )TFIarcourt,. at I reason for'the belief that Midshipman! .?,r
pin; tariff debate !in the house to-day age this year will be made; Congress should be built, and negotiable re-1 t tached to'the Wabash trjilijirom, Chicago -I II I Worth Foster, of .New. Albany.. 'Ind.. v'+
consisted more of party maneuvering !will be urged to provide for a commission ceipts issued, underwritten to guaran- Union station. at 7:30 Must and
material due at a.m. I Bigelow Ei plain HisFederal Midshipman P. B. Marzonl, of'
lot advantageous: campaign to visit the cotton
markets of the I Itte grades and weights to make them 'sideways Pensacola. Fla., have been founJ
than of discussion of the question at world: Including China 4m the Orient absolutely safe collateral. He urged t dropped flfteen-feet to. the I
Issue! ;to open nsw fields! forAmerican cot I also better organization and better granite paving of the levee-ibis morning Attack on I Officersin guilty of hazing.
Th! tariff was the text of a speech ,ton. Diversified farmin'g' and< more I baleing of the product.to and six passengers onboard were I The record in each! of these cases

lj Mr. Grosvenor, of Ohio who began I injured, two of them seriously. The I was forwarded by the court more than
tie! debate, and Mr. William\. the
minority leader, made an extended re- remainder of the train continued to By'Associated Press. I communications sent congress: by twenty-four hours ago, and it is-offi
Grovenor InternationalIncident only\member of 11' President Roosevelt. Mr Bigelow is dally stated that they are awaiting
I\\ The speech of Mr. was Union! station The Washington Jan. ,-. The senate
with witticism and enlivened believed to be in New York and can: the action of the Secretary of the '
tpired the cr w left with the .derailed car committee on inter-oceanic: canal today ?
s'trip: ;whom interruptions Grosvenor from aimed Champ most Clark of Averted by Sec'y. Metcalf was the negro porter. The: crash of placed in the hands of Sergeant- next be served week.in The time committee's to have him purposeis here Navy. This is considered to be equivalent

L;> arguments I the car as It landed on the pavement :at-Arms Ransdell, 'a subpoena for to let him substantiate his story If to saying a verdict of guilty has.
M I. Williams outline again, the sounded through a half-dozen ware i Poultney Bige',O'Y..the author and traveler possible, and if that is not done, to remove -been rendered. ,If this had not been,'
sr""-ifie tariff doctrine of the demvciane By Associated Press. .visit friends In Philadelphia, and houses and factories that !stand near. ,, whose attack 'on the governmentcanal the stigma placed upon the the case it is thought the men would
Parr and held that the republican I.Washington. (Jan.. 11.-What threat- claimed that she was made insane by' 'ene. I and zone and management of affairs names of several officials of the Isthmian have been released from arrest within ,
to become an international af illness! on the rough sea and the s Many volunteers. .., among '
"t ften voyage I denonncedby Secretary Taft Canal Commission.
l:: tariff was not, as so >> I was '
claimed: responsible for the prosperi fair was averted by an oroer of Secretary that in such condition admission into the workmen!, directed by Sergeant I an hour or two of the receipt the--
:,> ""Ihe t < country. Metcalf of the Department of I this country would be a violation of Wlnlivan of the Carr'street station,'I! records by AdmiralSands.. t
The republican party in its prescn Commerce and Labor' discharging the immigration laws British Ambassador : broke open the vestibnie t the sleeper -'' arm' broken at elbow, head cuts rib Both midshipmen' belong to the first
d cadent condition, has neither Mrs. Lydia M. Thompson, who is Durand called at the State I broken; unable to speak class and will be graduated; on February
brams nut (ouragpto remedy the tariS held in the care of friends pending art Department and was informed that and carried' out tlie'Injured passengers. Mr. and Mrs. J. Q. Pomeroy, of THISTLEQODTODAY TO'OE 12 1f' not dismissed from the
: and() hat ia I the reason why you investigation of her mental condition.: Mrs. Thompson had been permittedto The sleeper air suing; to have a democratic Houseof She arrived recently from England join her friends. into the elevated tracks- that skirt the Mrs. Pomery Injured internally students and Marzoni is considered tha

Representatives at the next elecn river front when the derailment po- Charles E, Sutton.of. Providence, R best linguist in his class. 4

* said Mr. Williams..,, II.I 'i curred. After running a few _feet I.. back wrenched.
Oh ova .stand-patters," he ,contlnwUhjyQHCabsolule -I I I.MRS.CHADWICKJOBE the T r Porter J. P.4'1 bo..of the Pullmancar DOCKED LAST STAGES OF
ties.'lhe 1!
; -ajoug.the car careened to
: ,
-, contempt for NOTHtRnnlARGE !:. stated--that ther were ,thlrtenpassengers" 4 ,- I THE DECATURjCASe: ,
viMic sentiment and absolute trust in' I j westward! and broke;the wooden* rail-i!f i In the car, twelve ''&Jultl -:.. -.r' .. -. .'i'- ,
. c.anmUtee on rubs and cocnmlton TAKEN TO PEN ing that runs along the tracks.. j l and a little girl" Among the passengers AnnatXUsJ! ..-!!,.-The last stages '1

'* ways and means ana' your lit- Toppling ,as it fell, the car landed j i: were General Manager Henry except: ,the argument of counsel and
I. coterie here in Washington you i in a bounded by Miller of the Wabash. and Vice President the.. Judge Advocate were completed '
triangular space
imagine there is not an outsid world REAl ESTATE By Associated Press '| Allen of the :Missouri Kansas this,afternoon In the case of Midshipman
',.n here is an outside world, and Cleveland! ,Jan. .-United States I j the steel supports of the elevated road! and Texas. 'They escaped Injury. The Stephen Decatur Jr.. charge*
'.:u will be made to know it." Marshal Chandler today received, a; and the walls of the' buildings facing I I car Harc urt' was the last car and with hazing. It is admitted that Decatur
Mr Williams discussing our prf:>s. mandate from the circuit court of appeals -jthe levee. : the breaking of 4ts coupling prevented is in greater danger ,of .con de-.
,nee in th- Philippines exclaimed: directing him to carry out the j The Injured. other cars from being dragged down. Steamer Will Go to Bagdad, and time upon the charge that the accused
'('urst' the hypocracy of the fellow sentence of the district court in the track. "Encouraged
DEAl the I when it jumped and countenanced" hazing :
j W. E. Miner, N. Y., kneecap
woo tell, Ole (bat God put us in case of Mrs. Cassie Chadwick. This Go on the Dry Dock There than the others. '
!tae PhiHppin! s. Nobody but a hypo- I means that she will be taken to the j broken t
,-S nS. would say it. and nobody but a penitentiary at Columbus to begin her I. Rebenburg, New York head cut. I W. J. Bryan at Jolo. for
icol would believe! it. American sentence of ten years imprisonment.She .'! ,Mrs. D. Foray), Chicago, n'b broken. :Manila Jan: 11.-William J. Bryan Repairs. BEN D. BEERS
r 1:1: t'eJI1t'rcan: cupidity for prest?.;e I will probably go tomorrow. j J. W. ,Patterson, :Milwaukee, left I arrived at Jolo to-day);'
and! "unquesi an 'to become a world i I J. A. Chaffin:: Buys the First National LEAVESfORWEST
!tu\ rot' cent there" I' The American steamer ThJstlewood,
Bank Building from which was towed into port Wednesday: ; --

HEYBURN VIGOROUSLY I r- night, after remaining on the" beach)
war east of Pensacola for about five days

Washington, Jan. 11.-Before going '. .. '. is to go to Bagdad today, and there SOME TIME IN SEARCH' OF

into executive session to-day the sen- \ ; be taken out on the dock for repairs. HEALTH.
Another big real estate deal was con-
:Mf listened to a speech by Mr. Hey This was decided u'pon jresterday .by
turn in support of his! bill creating a. sumatej yesterday, when J. A. Chaffin the manager, who has been*in the city
National board for the control of cor-,I bought from F. C Brent the property for a number of days and It is expected
orations he Wail First National.Bank that the work 'will Ben D. Beers, one of the most popular -
1 in which" denounced i known as the .. necessary require
street 1 because of its alleged interference I building on Palafox street The con only a few days. After,coming citizens of Pensacola and who i ;
la known
with the affairs of the from the dock the steamer 'trill prooeedto'New whiely as the manager of t
lie wiid countrr.1 sld.raton! it is understood, was about the big firm of William Johnson & I
when the "Street" Orleans, and will then resume 1
dtetate the financial course of the ;'540,000. -/S\ irVA'I(1IfILsti ::her runs between that ;port.and; Son, has severed his connection with "
t-rnment it was ever ready to gov.1 The deal which is one, of the largest 1. ( TampaJT i that firm, and has gouts west In search.

,'i sier and pleaded for legislationthat ,, to be brought to a close in several Apparently the 'only damage to 'the' of health.
Mr. Beers has been in 111'health for
would rob it of that power for: t't'I steamer r, is the carrying away of the'slf.ert k
nil I weeks, has been under: consideration i several months although he attendedto
and a small) leak, which
bat it not gear business and remained at his post,
was (
for several weeks!,
I un'I'm was caused by going ashore and bumping : of duty, but his physicians advised
I INSURGENTS FIGHTING i yesterday that K was brought upon the beach. I
I him to cease work for a number of
JOINT STATEHOOD BILL' close. ./ I The dock at Bagdad is: sufficiently! months and seek another climate la,
)Ir. Chaffin owns tae adjoining prop large, it is thought to take the vessel, order that ha may recover from his
Washington; Jan. 11.-Fifty republican -I erty, when is occupied by the Merchants out, and the work can :easily be done present ailment -' '
halt, '
insurgents in the House t hotel and it 1 is 'understood there. Consequently he left Wednesday
ire signed a pledge to vote against! long had desire to purchase taej i (l i and will remain away from Pensa-
*trUl: prohibiting amenamenis: to building occupied "1,.,the bank. 'Thai 1 '/7/Ar cola until he recovers, which his many
':F Hamilton joint: statehood bill. building: not only includes the bank, SON OF CARLISLE friends hope will be only a short
let'nral members have ben 'Won o\"tr'' but also the insurance! office of period. -,
h ''he insurgents;; since yesterday and Knowlcs Bros adjoining! BADLY INJURED Mr. Beers has been connected with
'be> are confldnt their! number will It is understood tljat t the First National the firm for many years and for th,. ;
h ..ple-J! to 65 before the week ends. Bank will continue to occupy 9il' i lI past two years: has been In chargeof
the building; until arrangements, for ri the business 'l8 manager.
more commodious and larger building r By Associated Press. Since he has severed his connection
MEETINGS ARE are completed / ( Mobile, Ja. .-Joan G. Carlisle, vrith the' firm William R. Johnson'
IJij f-j( f//It/ / J v tA! .f the seventeen year old grandson of who is also well known as a businessman
former ass has assumed theruanagemer
Secretary Carlisb.. aerie of Judgement,
CONTINUED COMPANY OfMARtNES t'ously" injured today by the accidental j I ), having been a member "
I lY / / 1 discharge of a large: caliber revolver.I of the firm for many years, and'Is
ARRIVE He is resting easy this evening. An;:consequently thoroughly. acquainted j
AT THE PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH -Jj) I operation was" necessary to remove, with the business.!
the bUllet, which entered the .abdo
REACHED. THE CITYYESTERDAY 5 DISASTROUS, I Pensacola musk lovers enjoyed a
SHOWN. "I. I rat: treat at the concert Wednesdayevening
>: ,>;' AFTER ; r given" by M! Paul Jones for
NOON.A .. ; AT NORFOLK, VA." I the benefit of the Library Association.
.The m? ting at the P/esbytertan S Mr. Jones is a master of mandolin
r :rh Evangelist Robertson still ,. :: :.1 .. i/guitar and banjo but especially upon
*minue. and all who attended mani- 1 1 By Associated Press.Norfolk .. :; the latter Instrument 1st his rare genIus 1 ,
|,':-s 'the same deep interest in his ser- comPanYof about forty marines: -. I. : 1. Jan. 11.-Fjre., destroyed, most noticeable. A large crowd
! ;.n.Sir. ju charge" of a sergeant reached me 1 the Norfolk Storage and Peanut factory -| wa present'and every number on'tae t l lI

Robenson could have hardly sea city yesterday afternoon,, arriving on ... a three story cleaning' establishment i program was: received with enthusins- '
'ti-d more unfavorable time for train No. 1, which. was' two hours i / !, .,.( :.< adjoining the city jail tonight.!| tic applause. Mr. Jones wag accom 4 ''
fish to Pensacola. The weather pate. the R One ,fireman Is reported killed. Several -;i panled, during his recital, by Miss Ats ,x :i '
not been good, and then some i The men were"marched from prisoners escaped from the jail}j derson on the piano. ti.I
: yet churches have had meeting go4g depot down Palafos street and at I and the militia was called out to help i .
: on at the time. In spite of'Palafox wharf boarded the government .. _.. ,'J'f' : r
same guard the prisoners. Th loss is one. i I EVIDENCE CONCLUDEDIN '
,,>K3 fact his congregations Irequent- vessel: poe for the navy yard, ;: : ::ws hundred thousand dollars.; SANFORD CAST
have ben large. where they will in future be ; : -

*r. Robertson is a strong preacher, Th3 men are from the Norfolk navy of SEVEN HUNDRED MEN Associated Press.
!["wctljr familiar with every subject yard and they take .the'paces\ several ::1'J"" -< JUST ESCAPED DEATHBy Rome, Ga; Ian. llj-Evidence was
handles. of those who. left here : r trial of .:V.
; He appeals to the reason seme concluded today In the .
C! h1 1 hearers, never using the tricks neeks ago. 'at the .... ., Associated Press. ', Sanford for the murder of 'Ceo, :
the orator to catch attention. He Th9 number of marines than now at anytime MERELY A SUGGESTION. ,: .: ', : ." rS Calumet; illch, Jan, 11,-Fire. .J.] Wright. Arguments of counsel begia
? apt at illustration and the frequent jard' i9 probablyr;largor bay -S ragtag in the Tamarack mine. Seven I this morning ana' it la expected they
I 'dente employed in his sermons during several years some weeks IF UNCLE SAM COULD. IN SOME WAY ,UTIUZE THE CONGRESSIONAL ELOQUENCE" IN THIS hundred men just escaped death. will be concluded and case gives to

'P sate him to be a man of wide exnri ,-I[Ing since.arrived here, about, two .' TAXAMA AFFAIR, THERE WOUJJ-BE ENOUGH WI; D'TO..BLOW ,THE CANAL THR .UGjL Onl- four have perished.. :,..- I the Joor: tQm.Ql1VW.tr. i

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4 I ?o :Uncle Rufus"was one m of the calzest! -

i, Eruptions JIMMIE'SCOOK: ;' PILtS: and,meat tqiublttof mortals J obody I This head is.what 'takes time and,costs. -skill* and" 8

had ev r seen hliifer cited or Impatient, costs mcney in making: a cigar. And jt'" V

: But'there came-inlme that toed bju.: ". all waste,-you have 'to cup' it off

The only way to get rid I The furnace of his and throw* '- .
Ii... ..lrared Wh pUeafor thirt"-i. y..n la the basement I it. wzy .before
LI of pimples and other eruptions ..year... ""go.' Ian.. 1.Spit IStOuiseof. tie,.. ....11.Caaurue 1 .,,'If'.s house '1I"as'woUng: badly. He bad been yon, can Lght the .

is to cleanse the blood, I By EPES W. : r$'thy. b.Ua lzd 14 nos d1.&sar robha s.d e ::vii.th.iwt C&seTeU of iii experimenting. a new variety of : cigar. V a
.dons wonders for DIe. I 1m sstjrpiered and coal. In which therewas! a considerable
k'Fove'the! digestion, stimulate Uk s Mew mall.. Georze JtI'1Ger.2"poleoll.0 proportion of 'Slack." and it,"did, not .

the kidneys, liver and ApTTIgi9O6. by Epea' w. I d 'eatfor seen to be burning.. 'He threw open j ,

: skin. The medicine to take b I the door ot the furnace: threst.the cad (
"Come In. said Jimmie of a long poker deep Into the 8mol]_er- t

Hood'sSarsapariUaWhich little embarrassed. You see, I I Ing mass and.stirred'.It. up rigorously: j i
I Isn't Used ,up very well, but I The result- was startling: A fierce 'I

C has cured thousands. had any** one to attend to things I burst ot'ft/UJ ,-'.n:1-amoke!: : ,came forth: I

week. not only enveloping Uncle Kafus,. but
-"Help Is hard to get.-admitted I blowing out the flue caps In the rooms: Ask \

Gorham... I ,,above and filling. the house with .soot: for OldVirginia '_ .
OPERA HOUSE ,'But I'm very lucky," : and ashes. Chercots .;
', Pilttrti*,Po*.Bt,Tat.O"o.IY.::"
Jimmle, regarding the brown glek.n. w>:k n or. Grtp lOc. 23e Mr'>5? I In the midst of the exei'ement Un'lsKufus and this is what you get
T tables
bulk mrJ
ONE NIGHT ONLY !, I.peeped under the' dainty hat : "...la....d to ere g.'your 180..'b i.ek, I came'up from the basement with for your.5 tints-3 food, clean .,, "> '

; :i _Commencing_ ways.bad liked brown St.rhee R.medV Co.,Ckic.fo or N'Y. 5KNUAL his usual. 'slow and regular step.' His 5
f "Now, about my place." said SALE, TEN MILUGH! !IOrE face was black! with grime his eyebrows cigar rude: without the Lead. f"

>-< Friday January 12th. I briskly. How much do you pay 1 end eyelashes! were singed to a ,
"Four dollars a week" said crisp! and what" was left 'of his hair ,

F .' VICTOR F. SCHAFER promptly. "I pay you<<; a Florida Alabama .I and beard was a sight to {)(-ho'd. -
,. for'expenses, and rod'find all : ? : He went to a mirror and .took a gorl :

: Presents It's better that, way than LAND. COMPANYManuiacturers look at hiirself.:' 'OLDVIRGI'N.IA

come to'me all the time for "WU!.' h*. said slowly and deliberately

: Otis B. Thayer "But Isn't that very little,. of .\ "I,'was. ,needing a share p.1' 'a .,
I and Dealers in
beginneri" she asked. } -; hair cut anyway" :

New York in 'That's the regular price", { SAWED CYPRESS SHlN.iGLES
aid the original
company I CHEROOTS
the charming comedy drama JImmie. "Four dollars a week I ,8tfie F reah.

I! for supplies |! ....- 'I I Stone forests are found in various! :- '

'I "I neierwould use all. that parts of the world! In many eases I g'L
i Sweet Clover, gasped. "I don't suppose you of dinner roused. him,4 I they ae. lnrdend: by some peculiarity t Fack g of 3 for 5 Cents

more than a 'Ouple.ot dollars a he was'half"n-sy-: the dmin:; : of the atmosphere and are faun: stand-: '.
t 'The greatest American pastoral ever -Oh. yes you will." declared : before he really realizethat tLe In;: Just as tb'J"trf' vi:: *>n cltJ hM M : -

written. Six months in New Better'York'i, mie. "The last girl! couldn't get I of the morning was bes'.Je: him: with green foliage thousands of years i' Old Virginia: Cheroo'; are rolled from
Three months in Chicago. ,
t with that even.; She used to I I was saying ,something to him: :( a g). The LHtle Colorado river, in
than ev r. for '' to knowledge that he had' TKACS L&LZ the cmaller leaves of the tobacco TILADK 2KA&Xf :
,Last tour of the south. more every Friday regularly; Arizona has locg been famous as a same
could Imagine what she \| heard be answered, "Yes" at ran-1 locality 'for such finds. At
Prices-25c 50c. 75c .and $1.00.. It." j m. and immediately: bec:;ore aware: : |'t more than 1.DOO; cords of solid ,stone I used in good 5-cent ,cigars. But ,they are not only good,-
: 'Seats on sale \VeJnesday at-noon "She must have been hard |I he had aid the wrong thing! j l'I tree -
very trunks, sections,, limbs and loss
at Coe's. book storeMATINEE .. I I boos," suggested Mlsa Gorhanw. I They 'were removing the fish plates were found by the government sur- they are clean. Made in thebiggest, airiest and cleanest

I 1 girls are. Even at.,.that,-she i| he had the courage to seek to' vevors Mpst, of them were sll lfleJ, I cigar-factory the world-a :million of':them every day.
the 1 air of in
AND NIGHT. use up $10 worth." icy reserve many seven, ,\o ten ,feet in diameter -:
"What hare the nbbon to (' she had wrapped herself. i i"What i and from twenty to eighty feet A package of ,3 Old Virginia Ch roots for -5" cents is the
?" ukEd..1lmml ] I was it you asked me when I in
the-expense height. that the
Geologists '
Saturday. Jan.13SAM "She couldn't spend It for'paPf' 'Yes? he asked desperately.& ] petrified trees of the Little say C best money's: worth in: the wholp store. \.r. -

H. HARRIS plained Miss Gorbam. "You "Didn't: you understand ,she coun- do were'o ce-cot'ered with mirl lorA-1 of 7;. -

Presents the Most Remarkable Musical !-'possibly use more than a box .a r Questioned,unbending a trifle.j 1.000 feet in tfepth. Some of the :
Success of'T1I'o Seasons. The ribbons are about all else j "To be perfectly frank." be said hon have been changed totjasper and have t Sold wherever they sell tobacco
I to get" "I never heard a word I was ill) assumed rarfons hues; others reserablo 1 .
i d to find jou here that my 1t'he'u :
LITTLEJOHNNY 'Oh.' no. interrupted.. opal and broken open the core
to get bread and meat and f was In a whirl. j is often found lined with ,crystals of' '

: tha t." 1 "My father has a theory that his the most ,beautiful ,fiats -
: should be capable of her self] I- :
Miss Gorham her face -
rose. a rt'.cbaI.'a War Picture I PHOVI 183
I am to have the old home on
Delicate: tlo> of rTlce. 1

-t.JONES! position. avenue for three if I months.can get.This and morn-hold.. "Bah Jove old f el.I J'was wanting to* war An pieturesrile art critic sass;greater of Vereschagins number of NEW METHOD LAUNDRY
see know. I had had'
J first ** you you Just my I the' artist's pictures were extremely -I
was application
Music Gco. Cohan. my man call you,up at your apartments poor as art, many of them rising not
I Play and by M. I I "But, what was it you asked? he but i
Introducing a specially selected cast tJ Z gotnosnswer.?" Xot home, I .suppose i above peep show value, and not,a few! i .. *%.,LAWRlNSt. Prtyrletor Ho 3Vsrn: Ron in. s Pansaeola. (IsGaunt.

j of principals and a singing and i "I asked you If you'reany thought I t are utterly, Insincere. Vereschagin de-,;. ,
"Oh. deab boy. -- ---- -
dancing company of yes you know dared publicly that the chief value of i
7SP E 0 P L E7S f like a. cook," she said, with a my mart doesn't like to answer ,the 1 his pictures was their faithfulness to I iI I ,
4 | laugh phone when I am theah elf. 'He .. of DUrafll. I hobbling along on. a crutch I assure
20 Cohan Song Hits! Three Big Acts! '" my; scenes witnessed by himself, yet be depicted -j
"And I said 'Yes he cried contrite- I "
Four Great Scenes! : says it pnts him'too much in the lightof in ,'Blowing From Guns In British -I In one of his books of biographical you.

PRICES-Matinee, SOc,_ 75c and $1. :. "What a'tool you must have takes & serrinV'; mini, don't cher know India' respectable!! Mohammedans reminiscences Augustus J. C, Hare i "Perhaps not," assented St.lerat'

Night. 25C. 50e. 7Sc. $1.00 and $140. I forf : and of'course' t'rptfoa'not' think of do-1 i being slaughtered by British soldiers in gives the following Illustration. of the I'm .: ("ttlnge"e1_with oiyself for :yean

.. Seats on sale! ) at ,Coe's Thursday at "Then you admit your mistake' sht : lug It myselr'when) he's theah.:oldff'l l," uniforms of today though nothing of caprices of Disraeli; I. of self] sacrifice. You don't know wbt

j .. noon., smillnglv.What ) i replied:Spendrite- Jimmie answered was' not to him the mustard. given my seat'to- women. Now tie
Tribune i He- I
showed the of the
't tiny. 'Entry ,
J 1 point and wholly unworthy of re- I "1 neer take mustard" replied the moment I poke my nose ,Inside: the door
I : Prince of Wales' into an Indian city I
t: Nick's Buffet and j I Therare time when :.even a I Cheapest'''accident Insurance-Dr.j In the. bluing] sunlight though the official statesman his sepulchral voice. I i of a car they fall pver one another la

I rml'd bachelor may grow suddenly !Thomas' Dclectric Oii,.. Stops tne'pain the "Oh, don't you?" replied! the lady. I offering their :seats to me. The flea
artist accompanied king
: I lIsh, and through that dinner Jlmmle and h"als the wound- All druggists .< that the "No" continued< "Plzzy" In his most I II girls] can't help] It- I'm going to hat;
say* through a delay entry
: ; '
:1- : Restaurant have rivalled even :i college' lad' see! if- I: solemn io y.es. ''There'are; three things'I on to that crutch my love, until I :sa:
""U acfcompUohed by night. The paint I
love blK first widow.: "
to have I touched rested J Tort
I never used hare never thoroughly;. up. ew
\\f\:: \ t is the only; place ,of its I] A more Important t' conversation, and t' himself:: admitted to me that the picture I: mustard I have never had a watch, Press.
the British soldier left die
of to
The Soft 'Am '
a we I
.r of recordwas held i I
1 Und In Pensacola In fact more worthy a and I have never made. use ofan urn-
It's I weeks later' In the G rbam li- Speaking of. bad handwriting, a'London -j jI' and fester alone in the Jungle original) : brella." I
bank cashier told this story of his ly;'represented a Russian soldier. but, lirenblnff; It Gently
: I' Welb! replied' the "I can understand
lady, -
-You encounter'wfth a clergyman who came was altered on account of the anger of 1 "i The greatest error that a fattier a
,see, I am at sea ,again on the '
,tlie rnustard-that Is a merematteroftast.but
A Pride to ': 1"I Th drank tna furyijorcoWlain, ] that his written the late czar.f ." make is to omit to note the year tat!:
; question. ? girl ev > with-
: surely going
.f lnstrnetbonsEid b' Ignored,'says'the : i I Is at the top of the current almanac!
in the house that was" bottled,, I out the other things must have been t I
London chr ,nkl "Really sir and to forget that his sons ;grow oIV
the'eooklnlllhetTy.o ; your '
\ I Ij !
Pensacola.Larger "I suffered habitually from const!-: sometimes rather inconvenient?
each The father who itmk I 11;
hieroglyphics barns"be. ;
\ completely year
"Why don't you.:go and live at a p&tion; Dean's Reguiets relieved and:- "And why should I want them?" contInued I
gaD"th cashier. "Hieroglyphics] l !" j nineteen! -yea-old,son is still a ch:Id !I
the that they!
-a : ]? she said. "Xow that'you have strengthened bowels so r DisraelL "I live Under the shad i iI
cities cannot shouted' the :elergymin"Bless my have been slnce-A. E liable to pet a shock.
Into al!) that money .through the regular ever
j ow of Big I Ben and there Is a clock inevery
:" boast of a better equipped of your ,western propertv-you do |I I heart, (be was a cautious speaker) Davis grocer. Sulphur Springs, Tex. "Beg pardon.. father." says the (al
of the bouse pf ,
..- place. The service is die need to keep bachelor hall on 'ten '. "I von't have my writing questioned. I I that room'I cannot commons who wishes to break the news ;?e3:T,
so possibly require a \
best that can be had. "AS COOK" INSISTED JIXMIE for: material Send for my pass book. I'll close my : "but do you mind if'I bring a friend la
a week all : : she. 1- Conc rnloK IIrery Ris> watch, and as I always: go about in a "
account" Then from the cashier came I I to this evening?
crimson "I did not come here I ,Why, is it that you can always tell a closed! carriage I can. never want an i if I f supper "
Insulted," she said icily. "I've a _better idea than that," be de i the soft answer."But between scholars livery rig when you see it? Two women j f umbrella."' "I'll think it over, my bay.
Nick Apostle ProperDRe "You came I to 8'e': about a ]ared seriously; "one my aunt gave ]I I the hieroglyphics should be compli- w ere discussing this question recently ; "For a little music"

protested."As A think I'll hire a housekeeper." 'I I ment" The clergyman] reflected, laugb- "Well, In the first place" said one, -i III Cratch Call For !I''eat.Styief "Does your friend sing'"
I,cd. "All right." he said.,.''"I don't wi:-f : '"Has a beautiful voice," says the!: hi
tH-- stenographer" she' finished.As "What will you pay berT' @he.deI I!I "it Jsnt as smart as the private rig. sprained his ankle a few weeks'.
." rook" 'tn. lstf'd. Jimmie ] ded. her: eyes twinkling ,at the :- that pass book. For he hadTemem-. If It has a coachman, be isn't dressed ag3 and had to walk with a crutch. HP enthusiastically; fTke a nightingale*
I I bered that "hlt>rojlyphics": denotes'sim-ji J I "Ohr with incredulity "What age
told them send Ien clothes. The
to of
distinctly Jimmie'a serious parody on In, new looking : came limping up the street toward his "
i ply the handwriting of priests-the i!! "About my own age father
cook. : !harness has no bright mountings and : home tbe'other venlng and 1a.t>cri01:9.1
."The hall boy said It was "Love and affection and .t>ther t vain I i scholarly] caste. -1 j I I ins a'rule, the' horses look half tired oat. ]ly mounted the front steps His wife "Well. you can bring your fries.

flights up," she went on. considerations. as the legal dO<'uI i, ; If it l iran open buggy or a two seated watched him.: Once' Inside the house but mind, it's not to be made a precedent

"What has the hall boy to I say," he answered' promptlY"j I '- :I I rig.. the people in it help to show that it Styler hung! the crutch on the hall rack: I don't want, the house ovemn

it?" he asked curiously "I as you .were an app} GOT HIS HAIR BACK." I, is rented. Their faces and actions always and stepped. brlsklj toward the dining with them. And 'no staying late""She.1I Id"
him I wanted Was Bald When He Started!!.indicate go back to her mother's
anybody. yon sbllbae first chance-will Perfectly that they are buying a pleasure :, room. "
I For answer:she drew a dear!" He had dropped his ban- to Usa Newbro's Herpicide., People who own their own rigs ride'InI "I'm "sure '1 can't see why you still "She!
I her pocketbook. 'It was an I >r.and his voice, had become Frederick iManuelC Marjland] ,bloc"klBotte : I I them more, as a matter of course. AI carry that) thing." remarked Mrs. Sty "It's a young lady I've been fond
I for t!*
ment for a stenographer and ,tender danger-I I Montana bought a bottle of|I 1 rented rig always has 'UT ry' written ler. "It tras all very well when your some time lather, blurts out

house address! but no'name. I I "I think I'll have to." she answered Newbro's Herpicide, April 6, '99, and' all,over it to me" "Those are probably ankle was bad. :But !U is as sound as lad, "and' xve are going: to get married

Jimmie Immediately Then with sudden flash of -, began to USP it for entire baldness'- the correct reasons" replied the other. I I ever now Yoa don't? took at all orettr soon -London Star
in i.is j
The hair follicles scalp w'rr.d
scions of his dressing: gown. I "It -toecause you look no "But, whether they are ornot I know j I
dead and in 20 days he, has,hair'i 1 _____ __ .
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J. H. MOCK all right to talk to cooks In when'your rooms have been i all over his head. On. July 2 he'- 'I can' always tells livery rigwhen I : -- '-- -

gowns but a stenographer. t I for a week." writes "and to-dij m> hair ,is as'!' see It Just as I can always pot! a I ikPT J.

I a pretty one! I, "The blefl.l lagsof Cupid.be upon the I thick and luxuriant as any one could bride' and br.rtcsrooci: when I Fee them i-
DENTAL SURGEON. "rm sorry" he said bumbl, I ," said Jimmie I ,softly. "I think '''' Eh." Newbros Herpicide works OU|I on the street"-Kansas.City Times.

It's the fault-of..that blame bo give that' ball boy; $;i. because I au old principle and with a new dis!! ,,

i f1 Crown and Bridge Work a Specitity.t meant Miu Cartwrlght across him for making! 'you uncomfort-,I nery--destroy the cause and. jnj I II Are 1am Nervous

Painless Extracting of Teeth. I believe she writes." that morning") Which was an I remove the effect.! Herplcde! deKtro The man"or woman suffering from

t- He showed her, to the door ,. practical termination to a >'s th. germ that causes dan-.ruff ( nervousness shojUl seek the com pan. Oldi
28J4 S. Palafox St.
his surprise she started by an oddity like Jimmie. falling hair- and finally baldness so I I ionship' of healthy persons free from
7 and 9 Old Armory Building. stairs." 'that with the cause gone tie: effect]( nervousness.-$!.- The meals ought to be !
cannot remain Stops falling hair at 1
Phone 1077. I
-Miss Cartwnght Is Just S p"rtlasr the Candidate. and rowth startf ,Sold''I eaten \'(OrT slowly. All ordinary: by
once a new ;
hall-on this landing," he As gf1lc! rule are to be Will
I a specimen of what andldates for bW. A.. P'AIembertc. druggist:; anti i ; o>e.red. ex-
her. arliam ;honors in England have, aiothccary 121: South Palafo* sreet.Pensacola. .j I- erclses ar* K 3'd. The nervous person u.

t Safes! Safes! Safes! "I-rl .d't think I want the I to put up with, from their FI3. Send 'lOc in, stamo'j i j mUst. touse a flgre'of speech spring

she cried; struggling to keep_ the'foliowinglittie Incident for sampl to the Herpicide Co., Detroit -: out of the warm: nervous bed and

I Buy Diebold Safes! tears "I don't want to work worth recording: Mch i j( plunge Into the cold bath of effort. '"

And she went her way I j Visiting a north country colliery! dur : The thing be dreads doing i Is the very

: Scarritt Moreno lln I her anger that she was the imen's"dlnner-hourha; 'certain on! he should do One excellent plan ; i- ;
CJo-t-tre11 Rye
Jimmie! had not wanted .a .
L t I ate wa; advised by ills agent to, for: nervous men and women Is- to attend
AgentBrosnaham.Dotson&Co.- 1, rapb .. Rven In'a dressing !!. "old Ben;**; a snpporter-"wbo hap- : FINE PHOTOGRAPHS. a good' theater and watch the de-

nile was an attractive fellow.' : to work at the pit. to say a few- Pcnsaeola. Fla. meanor of some ser! possessed actor or

,- \ As forUTmmle himself, he kept to his mates, a trPltI. Let them study that demeanor Jt .
: ( ing about the pretty typewriter After iBome" -- and It. It will be
I: little 'persuasion the old try tojimitate some- L\' ,Rich and mellow with
t i morning's lt'even the arrival of : agreed to address his fellow work- :, thing for them to do when attacked by age

; recommended cook brought. no on the candidate behalf, end this. If You :: a nervous pprll. It will be found bets '

Dollar- Makers Machinists i ito his .mind. .. what he said : I:' ter thAn :buttoning or unbuttonirgi 1111 '- is delightfully stimulating

; 4_ and Founders. Even a' telephone summons "W(>("I, mates I ain't goln1 ter tell- i; gloves] or Indulging! ra any other of the

: :Steamship and Mill ,Supplies.Phon 1 with his favorite aunt did not : as we've gotten aal straight, fair.'; CouldSee :' purposeless acts so common 'to the .
brought I Ii I' smooth.
nme. .819 Coyl Street Wh rfPn j pleasure usually candidate. You knows as well nervous. I' :
1 ,
Phone 083 &.coU. Klorid I that kindly lady admonished I ,
.eiidenee does as theer ain't no sicb thing as h .
All Work has Our Personal Attention.I prompt, as she had Invited a honest politician bre thln'.' 'How.'i The Difference 1 1In' I .
I j Ancient tie of the M *-
larly attractive young woman I've beard both candidates, of Tell the dealer to send
ancient the
use Intro-
5- r- account "Better get her to I'\e picked out wot I think is the'f our work and'that of I r house tor ," she laughed.Just the arerasa laundry. po: |I daces, us to a remarkable instance of
I you better I
i of a pair! "Y 'd vote
her receiver f f sorry sibl you would send u. L ecclesiastical! I casuistry. The clergy wasr of it
hung, up "you him chaps! This," Indicating the > you a case today.Phone .
shed bloodand
trouble with servants" jour next bunile IT_you: forbidden to as thus .
comfortable candidate-
t| : .' no is means'1m:"* r are one of the particular the sword''was inhibited this mIght'i I 16, Lewis Bear & Co.. .
better try been thought sufficient to 4M-408
kind i have keep Palafax St. and 2-10 Main St.,
For a moment Jimmie did not That .
I was allFeel : ... r! them from the battlefield. But not so. Pensacola Fla. 3t
alas her in her filmy] dinner ,
Tb adopted the mace. Though they t
I r
was ,merely conscious of. a I The Star Steam 'II
could not cut a man's throat yet might
loveliness In something soft : Jan-guld. weak, pin.'dbwn7: I
-or blue .It might have ? Stomach; off?-Just a! Laundry. they break his head. So Bishop Otho.hlf --. .

Than a cool .self''possessed, ln case or '_Jay ,pi, ,. Burdock I brother of William fought alongside -! '
;: .., -
: the _
FRANCES of the conqueror at bitter battle I :
marked that she had bad the 1ood >Bitters "tones'-Mtver::' and .ston-I 37:E 4ard.n St. Phone' 114. .
; of Hastings! with great effect, the
brothers being as you may say. promotes digestion, purifies the Pensacola. Fir, De Ruyter Holland GinJ'
rfiui Nn aiuiBi.liMU. """" .. I I brother being as you may say, "a pair I ( )
: of nutcrackers.-N tes and I (nntcracJc. ."-Notes and Queries

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'.'.'; ', $ ,. itt I Remains of f-Estimable'Lady' Placed Fifth' of .Series cfecurat; > St ii. l Order: :. :-i .-_ .. .- 'f .'.

now prests"the chance l J :Churcfr')Was "Well J r. ". .'4e .
t4 ..;, : :at t.flesLin. :Sttlohns Ceme-; ;Joseph's s... r .... "- '

;.i: : .," ....,Y; .. for. every boy. t6: ,be 81'B | ', i .j't.. -t-X :- .
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:rl. other boy .*. .. ., |3f.!" ; ; Rev. Xavler Sutton delivered the' I "\757o ? ant"YOUr, sin. S'B m;

: 'A" :; The remains of" Mrs.'Boykin Jones. fifth, of his noted lectures to non-I
> ROOMY HONEST'cLOTHING |lij| .I Catnolics in St. Joseph's :church last '4
GOOD, who passed away Tuesday evening, Money
14 .4ivjw.* night. As on all other* oo.casto1sAthi :'I ;,- .;44'cia: ; -ve c-LL : :i
were at rest In St John's cemetery I. week, the edifice, was crowded* The .

room: : for 'th e bay to grow in, to expini m, to SB s- : jesterday morning, the tuner discourse, was entiled,.*'vQuo,_, Vad.s'i 1 _' ,

!:! fed as good as anybody, services being conducted' by Rev. P. ("Whither Goest ThouV'aM,) ,was listened : --i-- I

H. Wha r' in Christ r church: at 10:_SO to with the closest- attention '.. -

AND THE PRICE: CUT.20' Vsi&CENT : a, in A large number of relatives throughout. "* __ .Agents Masury's Paints.- and Varnish.
and rjend&'attendefhe A text anent the subject of the even- ;
1 Bring your 'boy in, and: : prqarehit) for the'4 |rn f fb the floralofferjrpgs. : i": ''numer repeated ing was read the:,Lord's the great prayer1and1 congregation sanga 4-; .- ', '- .

cold wave that is coming; v i I GUS and of exceptional beauty, attestIng verse of-"Nearer'MylG6d to Thee," - Mail Orders a Specialty.; -- ,fSt :

u .the love and est.eem'in. which she and then .Rev., Sutton took up his disi I .. ..-. ,

n t '. J'f ,I was held. course. It was characterized by the I .. t

< The honorary pal bearers W r&,C. same ingenuousness', straightforward, f "

(:TAJ1DARDfLOTHIriG'm 1 I V Reed Thompson. Egbert, W.Beau'K:JIyer:General, Sr..George D. B.'l argument marked As usual his and other before faultless efforts proceeding logic this that week.have with'I I il Gordon & Brown Hardware Co..rj.rjIt

Reese and J. ip-Goodman,, oli Con- his ,lecture, Rev. Suttoa, answered ai

federate veterans, ,211d' members number questions bearing on the religious : .

'= ; .Camp Ward No. 10.II.. c.:....V., of whicu' doctrine. The .most of tnese
J THIESEH showing that
UILD1libII the husband. of the deceased is adjutant many were 'very people interesting are earnest in their de-: 11O-112 East Gfarden St. Next Freight Depot. Ifi

sire for information *A, few)were, to I kt _
..........,.....___.__IPIC. .-JnII "':.'" The active pall bearers R. A.Hyer VI .
H'U.H .tt;,"::; ; tu t TAt' J 'f I were say the least ridiculous; ,, the mere .. .
1' H.U'..aJI.u.a U :U. """ "' tt.. ..-...........- ...IUI 1 F. B. Hagerman. John EL Mas-, reading of them exciting laughter.' ... INt" H" !".*n*"* __* J!_ :

-:" I[well, W.H. )' r. Jr.. Fannln. Chipley. These Rev. Sutton dismissed without. iC m -iU ::: :, 1: :
'and J. H 'Alk n. comment.. B n
COLLINS BROS1 wikiNiNs AT I i Gist of the 'Lecture.: pro'essthg.in
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Obituary. ): the only church even i i $ Z #
Mrs. Emily C. Jones whose maiden "After the City of Rome'was burned -. faliibllity! ; If the Bible is,..not a, sure
BARBER SHOP LIVELY QUINCYWAVE name- was:,Chipley,. was born at Columbus ," said Rev.'Sutton"the.Christlanswere,8ICCUed'of' I gtadefliere! must be another one

FIRST.CLASS TONSORIAL Ga.. July !8. 1842. ,She uas burning St.* Peter I I which Is ,sure. That guide' we Say is AMUSEMENTSf3HIHra
FOUR sister left.,Rome Ie3t he mights be put to, established by .
a of- the late W. D. Chipley and the church. ''She was_ i
ARTISTS, FIRST-CLASS Stephen F. Chipley, and when a babf. 'death. 'On hla 'Way hs,saw,an apparition I Christ himself was present when he .

SERVERS, FIRST-CLASS AC OF; PROSPERITY HAS EVIDENTLY was taken to Lexington, Ky, by her of Christ, and he asked him, died and continued her career and we
parents Whither thou?\and Christ said: The f3HIHra b *i *** #i ** $ M. *i
where she resided until join- ;,goest i'have her just as she was at first'
COMMODATIONS. STRUCK THRIVING I ed In wedlock to Boykin Jones oa 'To Rome.' St. Peter ,took this to, Catholic church teaches' with authority -

I August;; 11,. i.>66. mean that ,be, should return,.and ,so because she is Infallible,'and twhile .
Night's Play. methods
are natural, quiet and
1 If let don't please you, tell .us about Soon after their marriage, Mr.' and he-did. the Bible she does not easy
::1. u we do please you, tell Mrs, 'Jones removed to ther vicinity af "Where do all Christian"- denominations -I' make she reveres it the* ni'e of faith." "The Tenderfoot" with Oscar L.' and the alternate pathos and humor

your fritjids Try our Columbus Ga., and resided in or near get their religion? 'They all say The speaker then advanced the holding Figman and Ruth White' in the' lead with which ha imbues::: the part are like

ESS TEE DEE DANDRUFF CURE! Special to The Journal. that place until January 1881, when the Bible the Cataollc replying that j that since interpretation is necessary :- ing roles, was presented last.night "bj! the sunshine and shadow which chase
204 S. Paiafox Street. Quincy[ Fla., Jan. U.-Th., :Empire the family came to Pansacola. he receives his religion'' from the and since one's religious views Ianager W. P. Cullen, to.a lar ge and i each! other over the billowy fields of

Club is to give a,minstrel how in then Mrs Jones was the first president churcn. will depend upon it, that duty (of in- good natured audience at .tha. : Pensa: i clover for which the play is named.
ar future, and"as this }club\)' if composed of Pensocola Chapter. United Daugh--I "The Bible is the 'greatest of ,all. terpretation) must. i>e left to the cola:Opera House. -, I[ Mr. Thayers portrayal of this part
of many,of Qulncy's leading citizens tars of the Confederacy and, having books. It Is God's revealed word. The of Christ, to w bleb. It was glv-
for Watch and church It'was really the best thing In,comic was a revelation his
Expert Repairing had three Brothers in the Confederatearmy to many friends
the public is anticipating much church commands her members to revere -: en. In the words of Christ himself i
Engraving go to entertainment at the sight of ifs dignified and having lived in the border it It is read during the mass. Go preach and go teach. opera seen here for a l long tim and and admirers, for although he has
members in the roles of end state of Kentucky during the great every day in, the year. ..The priests I Rsr. Sutton makes a wonderful Impression should' that vast assembly have I many' successes to his credit they are

J. F. DAVIS the Jeweler men, buck and wing dancers, etc. struggle, her love for the Lost Cause usually.' take. a text from;the Bible as always with his peroration. gathered' !toge/aer: with the, "blues' or notably in the leading comedy roles
was 'intenseana' ser interest in the I
the subject of their discourse. We '1
are flowers
buildIng 'He indulge cut of Oscar
Th3 handsome pressed: brick affairs of the veterans never dimlniched does not sorts generally, Figmanv of a large repertoire of comic operas.A .

213 South Pahfox Street. owned by Key Bros is nearing 1.J but !grew in' ardor as the' years I censured Bible alone'cecause. 33! the we ruJe.do;ofjour not take. falta the. rhetoric, or' to'sparkling plain. epigrams simple English, holding -: 'ould- .:". a"e"sent, \ ,. them home, laughing : fs\v seasons ago he decided To.embrace .
will be occupied on the : strictly '
completion, and trused.
It ,
her that these His alone would
was request ; Christ:came, to..lead.Jibe fpe i way to i readily understand; appearance J provoke character work and that his 69.
The Latest Designs in Watchesand lower floor bf E. C. Cory & Co., who t grizzled old heroes'.should bear her- 1 that any one may. '"
salvation. He .t that t. bejjevetjj! } and is delivery, his 'appealing .t* wooflen, Indian to mirth. lection wise Is
of was
will open a fancy grocery store, and mortal remains to their last resting : I but his manner a one evidenced by
Jewelry. ( ; baptized will be saved_ We must believe of The ;WAS in th'rea acts apd
by E. H. Ginsberg of Tallahassee, witha pace! when her, Creator .summoned I spirit his presentation premI opera his portrayal of Jerome Holcombe la
gentlemen's, furnishing store. The her soul to. the preat-, Beyond, what he taught It is'not enough i I ises rising one upon ,the other until grew more intensely funny as is pro: "Sweet. Clover" which? has establish
contract has been let for another fine Mrs. Jones was .universally admired to be good naturally but we must be-: the climax is reached and the' proof ceased From jhe time that. Figman'
ileve,. and believe what Christ has his ed him a? without a rival in this particu'ar .
TERSELY TOLD brick store building, and new housesare and resp tedh.er' kindly dispositionand rs-I'.seemingly established captivate I made his ,entrance, astride, of. "hi. *
going up in all directions: the demand thoughtfulness others'endearing veal d; i hearers and hol4 hem spell-bound cute- 'little "4onkey. "Rupertwho'" by line o work for which he I is so

far exceeding i the supplj) ; as 'her to all with whom she came In Protestantism. saTs theft tue'Bible: with admlratlpn.: His peroration! Jn, ; i ithe"'Wat' eminently htted.

every ,one is feeling prosperous and Contact. In their sAu" bereavement along Is sufficient! The Btttjte, was not; fact la more, than a word picture-It beftived himself 'beautiful' v 1b',' .. .J. -
Intended to teach revelation"The the tuft:Af! 4 fi evening .begaiL'-= ::: ,
Mobile subtle. Inexplicable
E. OBnen of Inspector of anxious to own his own home thesorrowing' husband 'and family Is a beautiful Little Johnny 'Jones.
!la.llend!! boilers. Is In the city'on ond ,received i this i weekto tave tile sympathy of their hundreds Catholic church dora not make theBible 'I something, that edifiss almost entrances :Miss Rurtc; White is a: 'star"'of; rio .
Invitations were mean Dimensions, and 'as' 'jweef'face.and a Extraordinary interest is being manifested -
of salvation .
the only. means obtaining -
ol his regular visits. of friends throughout the southland. I -
the of Mr. M. H.. Wilson otmodest In the approaching engagement
marriage tearingiseel.-
I The subject ,for tonight wjll be "Is
one of Qumcy's most popular ,young rtcm seen. comic. Her voice of "Little Johnny Jones" In Pensacola.
\ Br-ak\, of Bagdaa": connected Iost non-Catholics', believe. that: I Ther2 a Hell!" opera;:
titb Ihe Stearns-Culver Lumber Co.. men, to :Miss Irene Bott, of Montlcello. 0. ANSON GOT Christ, Is their savior; T iey must Is beautiful and was -heard"' In many All last season the delightful musicof

01 thai place, was In the city yester- Mr. Wilson Is building. a very attractive therefore accept, "hl-jIgapjilngs.! i ''He; A GUARANTEED:.CURE .FOR PILES charming songs.' : "Only* ':a $iss.", and; this production was whistled and
iav short new house, but like every one "Fascinating, Venus! were among; so frequently that every music
on a visit ; that believeth, wIll svetj and he 1 i Protruding sung
.. Blind JBIeedlng
: )a '
else is experiencing' annoying delays $250 JUDGEMENT Itching, those receiving the heartiest encores. lover in this city is now thoroughly
Wani aI Is. n'ed not be next to pure because contractors and builders can that believeth! not will. "condemned.. Piles. Druggists are authorized to re- The chorus,deserves'a; great: dealof: familiar with the catchy melody of
; readin; matter:' for-as a rule-they His way mustbe our way. 'Sincewe I, fund money .if PAZO OINTMENT fails
not be in one hundred places at the .. praise, :far it. YJlS one which addf'dt' : the songs.
are (hv'nuelv\ s. real reading matter, must believe be saved evidentlywe to cure In S:to 14 days; 50e. well comical l sid-j "
, same tim : the beautiful as as The "Yankee Doodle Boy, "Give lly
(X the iciest human Interest. SUIT AGAINST W. L. DOUGLAS must know what is required Christ, of the The girls, pretty, "
Tallahassee, who opew.: were -
Mr. J. B. Pace, of wishes all to be saved, and old. Regards to Broadway. are now probably
in the oung ,, Chine .A4.le.'to CirCa.Between alj of them,-anti' young, while the men in
experience the two most famous
I has had man years RESULTED IN VER- songs
Mr and Mrs. F. U Athey pre the SHOE CO.. lettered and unlettered. speakingof 830 there
1 D 7S5 and
A. were the possessors of :good voices ,
both business, will open his new and up-to- America It is not alone on accountof
rotitl of of twins the Bible the
; parents a pair we mean especially
weeks FOR THE PLAINTIFF.IL ,lived in China five'remarkable'alstf'rl and handsome appearances One of
ZiiI* Mr Athey who Is the popular date ice plant In a few DICT New Testament.- the tuneful melodies of :Mr Cohan's
named Sung, all of whom Assessed!' the' great hits sans by Professor Pet-
Mr P.
Ighl clerk' at the Merchants, Is ref On Tuesday afternoon F. May "Did Christ give us the,ICew Testa. successful play that Its fame depends,
<>l\'In the of hisrIen4. entertained with a large reception for i considerable literary talent, and especially tibone (Figman) and chorus was the! for he Is said to have displayed in tho
; congratulations ment? He never wrote a: word of it. Me-
written .Mabel
beautiful by
her daughter, Mrs. George Massie, of the two elder ones They refused sonrg; libretto much originality.
the W.
O. Anson's suit against He never said publicly or privately>I ,KInley "}fy Alamo Love," whIch'",asI
t Germantown Ohio. The house- was I L. Douglas Shoe Co., for $1,000.00'damages 'Go,yrnte,' but.lIe.didsay/Go preach: to marry: and devoted them. "Little Johnny Jones" is best des-
each time
Col W. H Price, Marianna, ac- beautiful! decorated with palms and was tried yesterday in the and te ch.' He did. not say to all,i i selves to literature, being finally recalved -I encored many and cribed as a musical melodrama for it
with changes
ompanled by' his niece Miss Nance bamboo and delightful refreshmentswere verdict into the palnee. where In due was sang many : contains a plot dramatic action anl:
circuit court and a was ren. j
''ached the MI.sVIflCr 'Read and be saved. but he did say,! il Jethio Warner, scored in his .songs."Adios. .
city Wednesday served to the many lades! who dered awarding Mr Anson damages course- they all died natural deaths thrilling situation, with several dramatic
will take "course In sten- "He that not believe the -church,! and "A Soldiej-,of Fortune: :
a the hospitality of their charm- of.$250.00. the 'fourth Miss scenes that the critics have pronounced -
amount of
'ra.ph\ in this! city. enjoyed to the let him be,to thee as the heathen and with the exception I He ,possesses a voce'! .full of power
ing hostess. At night Mr. and Mrs:: : The case grew out of an advertisement the' publican. Not''one word: of the' l Sung against whom charges of accept.Ing j I and sweetness. worthy of any first-class dramatic -

1 The annual meeting of the Chamber I May gaa large- card party for the published last spring, by a traveling NEw Testament was written to convert, bribes were trumped up. the result I I "The Tortured Cat which is a production.

c' < OflIfl'ree will be held next Thunja I younger poople. representative the company any one .It was composed for those. being- that she was 'forced to "take aide-splitting piece of work, to whichF.gman "Little Johnnv JoneV tells the trials
President Stlllman will be out i iI The annual meeting of the Quincy in which he stated.,that the companyhad already Christians: !' Bilk"-In other words; to strangle h r. treats his audience made its and tribulatIons of an American, jockey,

I the city durIng' the fore part of I: Board of Trade was held on Monday only one authorized ,a'sent' in "What did the people l 'do before- the I self. uFuai hit; ;and made every one laugn who goes to England to win fame and

"-, seek but will! return in time for evening January 8th, a large numberof Pensacola' ('John Whit' l but that Testament was written? They: knew : The eldest'sister wrote a:book called 4 until Is was a positive'relief when the fortune on the EI>,gUsh turf. The

, :-I meeting !I. enthusiastic members being pres sc'mon. else.,, :was ;9'.selr.ing ,the, Chist's doctrine- by means ot the'\ "Discourses For' Girl ,"' based upon P-cfessor".Barke the others baa story U interesting natural and dramatic
ent. New officers wereeieettd for the: Douglas Shoe', Tile some one else their stunt. : throughout, while each musical
""apt ..1.V., Seymour of Chicago. The teachers that were sent for that pur 1 the famous"'DIscoun es" of Confuciu9l finished '
follows.: ,A. T. Hearin. referred to was Mr. Anson __ number ta .ai-dj to be consistent with
coming as ;
""It"* usually; speeds his winters in!I president year: A. L. Wilson vice-preai-!-,;, JTJwl'as' : representative-went on to pose. In4he Council of Hippo in 393 !l It Is In an easy .style of versification "Sweet'CIovcr.- ." ;* th.3 development( of the plot. '_

I nsaco'a Is In the cit'. Capt Sey-:I, entV.; II Ide secretary and state that: these ,shoes Were part of the examined writings of various author were and is generally suited:to the comprehension -- Mr. Otis B, mayer, who plays the Much: ,has .bei 'ald of the beaii'yand
and as
Ljm:: says he sees no particular!! P damaged lot, and this' allegationconstltuea 4 canon we now-t t' of the young: the three
committees h effectiveness -
Ii treasurer. The following :i "Jerome Holcombe, which < of gorge1cnily
chan: have it was adopted. The Council of part
:;( in Pensacola sinC2 he waJ which Mrj \ .I J
the ground on
'i were appointed: Commit on Fl.nance .1. : i' Constance in 397 confirmed the decrees When walking:, dO'n t look back. I created last season in "Sweet Clover, .* mounted acts. wh'Je! the wan
(asi except for the better and which .
i for on .
year sued damages
Committee onPublic Improvements nson : When talking, do elps'and
.1.:111) he thinks the town's future is I J ite received the verdict yesterday! of the previous council. The early I sitting! do not rockyourkneea. I Pauline P I
i that
The cast
:anicnlarly bright. Ills many frieq3!, Committee on TransportatIonJI'Committee' "I i Mr Anson was represented} by Attorney Christians 'for'400 :years had no Bible, When standing..do not shake, your klrt. I comedy .Irama, secured the;ful and in rare good taste
on N w'lndusTl\J: and do not laugh aloud. unanimous approval of the critics in will be'te.t n here In the production embraces -
re very glad to see him back among: Crawahaw.INCIPIENTCONSUMPTION. I and they are admitted to have been; When pleaaed I
I on .Arb raU'l1'w !v 1 .I When angT.do not'bout. wh'ch: he appeared.: They the names of many' metropoll-
'Ieol! again 'j CommJJt.e ?! : ___ the very best Christians. :All the Unlettered Of. very city ,
new members were '.enrolled as 'fol- i of the world -deprived I Do not peep over ina ouiuae wwy pronounced him legitimate successor tan favorite while the chorus of overT

In a private letter recMveJ:- from C :I lows F. W Philips; S. T. WUEamS'j,.I : the use o! the .Bible. How can they pt Do When not slip Into out.the veil outer jour court face., of the late James A. Heara and his! j i forty {girls Is spokn of as one of the
X Manning, formerly of Pensacola. N H. Carr, J. N. Busey. Hogge and1 e be'saved? Here in' the United States, When you you peeP. conceal your body. portrayal of the quaint old Connection'1{best singing and best drilled ensembles -

I l it now manager of the'.Sing'er $eC *'- Thomas, B. F Smith, H, P..Curr. JL,F. l How Food aded'Off, the Insidious according to statistics, there are 2000-. With a man not of the family hold BO farmer was one of the ben. most lifelike on the Amer'can: stage In all

: Machine Co.'s office' at Phoenix::|'Lines, Owl Commercial) Co.. 'P. 3. Disease.. 000 native Americans who can neither conversation:whatever;' and natural creatIons' ever givento .I t the company numbers sixty people 4! .

Inzana. Mr Manning!; 'says h? is('Thomson, Bell! and Rates and TL: The happy; wife of a good ,old.fashioned read nor write. Before printing was Nineteenth, Century- and After. tae stage and gave him the 'creditof ,'f and is, one of the largest companies
n: E'b located there and has a fine i i Mclntobh The Committee on Publiclrnprovemeflts Mien farmer says'In ; I Invented and paper used. a' Bible cost \ scoring an artistic triumph His" on our this saeonjats I -

1 ;iness. He says that while" the i was instructsd to take the spring. of '90.I', .s taken about $3.000. ,The poor' then were de- Carried by !Stori*. .
.rt'atht'r where he lives is like spnng--{ steps: nece-ssar) toward foraulatinjja;: ?ck-a general breaking down, as. ijft i 1 prived of tHis: source of salvation A Green-I'. married'my' wife three ; !

\ lilt' h* always, has a fine vfew' of the project for a much.needednew' hotel, ere, I was: xcesslvely; nervoUS.I I vast" ,number of people are therefore weeks after she accepted me. Brovrn 1- .YS.Il"' 1r .tII ; ,
on-covered, mountains in the diaJMJC -t and the Committee. <<, oh. Transportation could not sleep well at night,myfocJ:I deprived theMneans, s of salvation' 1, That's nothing;. I married: mine three !::22'! 1DBIB ? : GII Wft'/
: ? Mr: Mannings.: peuaeolafrtTids I was Instructed to confer with officialsof seemed to do me 'no 'good.'and 1 was "The Pible is not adapted to every i| days after she bad refused me.-Jbl. .. :, ,',,vtp *. 25a i iIi'uatiVe
is I
x.inr: will be glad! to know he the ,Apalachicola an$ Northern raii so weak coud) scarcely walk across'1 one Only the edncatad can make uss (':I&, E'W I ) a Cold fa One Day. a_
; well: In his new home. I road: op. tae subirctoP'their., prQpoaedtrack .1 the room. -; of it. I _ _ h -- -- -- IMt
Arrivals 'Felix to Quincy After discussing! !' doctor said: 'condition was!1 ""In the United Slates there' I ..
Southern Hotel "The mv are
at : .. """""' '' AI< *
}1ii11t'D. Louisville; W S, Watkins!other Important business' the meeting!! due to overwork,and clo!e confinement i :. about 475: religious! denominations, t."t '_;.I t<:..'Jtm"4: > _." '\ W..di.t--u.U. : tl''lj!:

CIII'ago B Monroe J, J. Leber- adjourned. ., j I It and that he very much feared that each with Us" own tenets, and all use 1r
:''tan Jac .; CEo.V..I On Thursday night }he Dwl Com' consumption would set In. For 'se\.i the Bible. How* therefore can the -

\\'Iant. < Hooton. city ; ,,j mer ial Co. gave theirsecond annual:' eral months I took one'kind of med'I Bible be the infallible guide? Some! Now. :
\Vmtfield N
X4!'" Orle ns; C. Fla.S. Wilson J. and wife,: dinner for the members of the Qunicy I I cine'aft!r another, but with no good I of these people mutt! M'.ln error. By IeAnyone Can Buy a: Piano -.

"rnjinghair: R. E. Ho'z and wife. Fire Co. The dinnerwas served on I i effect-in fact, !I seemed to grow: observing\the diverse and contradic- I
the stage of the opera house aid was of various'denominations l lJ
Cleveland worse. i tory teacnlngs those .
0.: ;Miss Mi-g:M Edith Goo Jail.Holz.Cleveland Cleead -,,, a most delightful lr. Mra of TV lost M I "Then I determined ,to quit all med-\I we must conclude: that! ,the l I '. ,, No matter what your earning; capacity: may be.
O. Vera OJompson Corry serving in the capacUv I icines, give up coffee and se, what I Butt* by Itself Is not the safe guide it- '
B. Lock, Paula Leslie and charming All '-with his genial hos : can FJt.a piano in your?home: on our "pay
Scrantontiss t Brocliett,,. : i GrapeNuts food would do for ms: I flaimsa to be --i- < J f t' yoy ; :
*''sa irih Rooney' Baldwin. Miss., pitality. I began to cat Grape-Nuts with sugar J ")The Bible is surely the word of!Ji : \' when,you like" plan. No,other' one thing in ;
J?.titb \\'hl*e. Geo E. Romain and wife,,. G.Work F. & A.on R.the R.Quincy Is prpgressins branch of'rapfJly ,the-j and times cream day.and bread and butter three'I, CQd. but.of Its it must meaning.have In living..woridlv intertpreter 'mat',:--m., ... :: 'the world gives so much"pleasure as a good \ f:I f1M i

''at I. rigman, H Williams.. HBainb j a. : INYOURHOME J,;
and It 1s expected :that trains Piano in the home $10. PUTS A PIANO
I. ) j I "The effect was surprising! I, beem : ters there is an authority to dedar4! .
Orleans '
j It s Sloan. Ni w ; begin to run about, March 1st. : to gainflesh and strength forthwlth. -, the meaning of the laws. How much a r t 4i
1\\ ._
ct., \rrlnston. Chicago; W Fllllngo,- my' nerves quieted down and! more important: is this in-tb.3 matter of t: I Kranich IJ B'l and, then the balance you cart ""pay when you like'! it4iit

Pleasant! and Molt Ejjectiv '. grew normally steady and sound,. salvation, ? '.i These Pianos are'magnificent samples of the build- ,- rii

T. J. Chambers Ed. Vindicator I sweet sleep came back to me. In six; vThe Catholic church observes the i I LESTER -.. _.. :""
;A BUSINESS PROPOSITION. IF Texas, writ s Dec ,25. 1802: t weeks' time I discharged the hIre : Injunction, 'Go teach: : Christians t CLUTTER ers skill and art. -
Liberty !
:Ii Rbbon: Vanilla Extract is abso "With p'easure and unsolicited i by girl and commenced: to do my own J Tiere all...nadeby means of traching,1:2 /
: pare twice as far curati\e housework for family or six This reading The the. : '
5.r and goes t I bear testimony to the : a j, an t r it pay you 10 ask for Blue Ribbon: you of Ballard's Horehoand Syrup, was two years agq and I am doing Jt.I unlettered, all may be,taught by; oral l ; ,114.118S.P.I"oxS .

ll 1la! an.l jay it plaint power used it in tnytfamily and can still and enjoy' It." Name given by 1 JnstrucUo".tCltho1t bMieve alike.1' Ode.tandLargest Clutter Music H ouse.Pho".15 '
I have m ,
cheerfully affirm it Is pie moat: *ffe>:- Postum Co., Battle Creek. Mich. I The church existed from the time ol 4PMu.le, House -;
. roughs and There's a reason. R ad, the little Christ and still 'exists-by virtue of his Florida '
Your Side Board live anj li' st remedy for I t ..,
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by all book. "Th Ro&tQ. :Wellvllle," laokcs i will be with you always '
U intoQipiets unless it contains. colds..1 have.,e.jer. used.: Sold I promise 4t: .
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1 drueeists. > I even to the end of the world: it, Is
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itbe ifliIa I : H COVINGTON; : ,President! M. E. CLARK. Cashier.
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Jonfn W. AMAR.fice.Presldent., JNO. PFEIFFEP. Asst.
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; New QrieansPlcayune. II ,t t- .:--.,,' 1( it""H'fW*" 'Ii I THE AMERICANNATIONAL BANK

t!*! 1ft3i ; Daily. I *! Every houa&i1der'.prideS him.. itI' I I :
Weekly. Sunday. I 1: i. :$ ";'51f7f #"fItt '- :'I' self upon.bislibmt-.hen cc-, Political Storm Center. ,i ':' OF PENSACOLA. FLA.

; il PUBLISHED I : casion Reminds:-to- .handla. a .$ It Is probable that the storm center I'

I EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY One of the most serious of military i I I ham i .p.1" ca'sor chIsel-upon, : of' Florida: -politics during the ape!', DESIGNATED, DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES'Capital

; : --ayf' -.. '''problems confronting thIs', country, Is, i a krae14 of driving an "emer- .! prcacaing: campaign will be the third t[ ,Stock, $200,000 Surplus. $40,000

i I| the distaste of American youth .fori;* g ncy:.aaip ,or: doing most anyt, congressional district. Undoubtedly; I1E3a'z'QxIIenr : 8
THE JOURNAL COMPANY.I I { t,*.ix port iot."ca.n't! wait job." He' ;rf : there Is btter opposition to Mr. La-.(
nuaI'servlc the S. J. Foshee.
the or Cavlngton. '
military : will I..., .
f reaUzeV.tliai\ : in the com-. -f, mar in the district but Just who 0' 0: M.
I ranks Small aa is, our Army, it has : ;Il&: > centere lead the fight against 1 J. I.; elffer. Avery '
houM to
L FR.unc.L.. mones'd.job:/ about the on .. C" W. H. Milton. Jr
MAYES. ,hz&Ju; DB GZXZ&AL M.uuou. : been found impossible to keep thc!.r he nee4l3QOlthat: : a mere him ioes not ;yet appear. Mr. Lamar .; Bryan Unw0, <<:7. ,O., E. Maura' ,

I ranks up to the. full limit. .. owing to I "pair!( bands" are not enoush. ofla ; I 1.3. a hard fighter himself, and a battle .i ; Frank .:tellly, .': ; W. L. Cawtaon,
L MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED I the very large ,numbe ,of desertions', .'?' :\ ;: il& "tOOl-f:18ID: a:1l.. 'royal may' be confidently expected. W. S. Rosaico. C.'J\.. O'Neal.
I '- ..jmd.!.".cUbtevift that in his *' -Starke Te'egraph! ', Got1rtn. Dr. W. J.
1 ,I reaching fully 10 per: cent of the total too. ; r I : 't:: Fk M' Hacnai.
'! d JaUyKft! he iIted-J lools: .not. 5s"Figh'tjng' t lo-:. A." B-awner. _McKenzIe OertllI : .
i 5UBSCRIPTIONRATE. 'fcrce in a jear. In the navy the per rra-ie$ tf ee'?:; .lntanglble:tools *' Bob" Discovered. ,I c: \V. lAmar _.'t... ,Alex McGowln

: ceniage of .desertion is even higher. *. .-::-ment4'i.i Iipementa-menta1\ % "MshiinK: Bob" Evans has been at 1 ,J., IL.(Sanaders.! ,1 ,'C. XI rovingtoa.Account : .
I One y..n-o ] I Many explanations have been *. hamroerarfgaws.!.. squars bits.' last discovjred: : and -*!"! be advanced I
k IJI Six Months ....... --f One Month........... 45 to .the' : I of Banfcs, Individuals C'orpcrato'ns! and Firms
i ... 2 50 "' One Week .. i vouchsafed to explain this unpopularity thisels,,places.-and the knack t* rank of vce-admral. a n wl SoilctelFcur
........ 10Weekly I
'r Three Month....... 1 25 ; of USlflgthflfl.! Tacse too's are it place next,to Admiral Dewey.-Gaines-' J' per cent Interest paid .on:Time, Deposits.i .
of the Army with oar .
Edition lur.$! 00 : and Navy -
*' vllc SunCriticism.
mErely "ways and means" of.
: I Papers on. Sale ,At all News stands. : young men Harsh treatment. Sn.- :reparfn: ? little losses finding 3f C S S I I .'

; ; I piopor food/ poor clothing.and ov r- < Ion,'things, securing tenants,or of Lamar. I ,, ... 4 -
I-E ONLY"PENSACOLA' NEWSPAPER'FROM : work have all been put forward as help,. quickly'selling. property W. B. Lamar: has been criticised I 1- J,7.... (' ;. .

:ii CIRCULATION WHICH A DETAILED possible reasons but none .of. them perbonaf 'or real-and they are. considerablj> corporation organ,i is'tosepenclls !i I II KSdWLSyreWent.. W. K. HYER. JR.. V.-Pres. and liS
j- STATEMENT CAN BE SECURED. ?I have ben' saarp'ncdfor'mau '' \ st. Cashier. W. N. AOBERTS. Asst. Cah,
thft I II' have held! good How to make the more 'commonly known as 'i ; TIJOS. W, BIfENT. : : er,

4 i service attractive has for >ears (com :WANT ADS" ,. .*, > nays: waiting< for'Jhe shadow of'!' "
I' OQce*-:lot and 110 East Government Street 1 n.anded the attention of officers of *- an.1 'they8! ;"' have ben called, ij an:excuse .to jab,-Mont'cero! News. I I I
I t I
Hf TELEPHONE No 38. the Army and of ,Congress' but little;j-; "chief of txpedients," and: are. _tf S "S
I( success has follow such efforts: : *- in reality, ." =" ft Quiet I",C'on!rc-s; .

S -------t. Not only ,are the desertions alarm- PUBLICITY DOING THE Ir Congress has resumed its grnd: and I

PEXSACOL.'LORlDA.. .FRIDAY MORNING, JANUARY 1:. 1:1'06: j I iiglj pumcrous but the percentage; WORLD'S 'ODD'JOBS -, -? unless.:; ..Congre-s-caa Lamar and John Firsti: National Bank
I IF I of enlistments Is woefully small,: & ,- Sharp Williams' tan r.nw their !Scrap,,

1 i making it difficult to retain a suffi- ****** S there is not much prospect for any I

i H H H after directing' the foreign affairs of]I dent number of trained uoncomnmsxmed I sp c'acular proceedings In the house.I II )I'j '
France since ''June 1 officers to keep the lump of! Z i In the senate Ben Tillman quiet Just of Pensacola, Fla,

ft *! WHERE THE JOURNAL 28. 1838 and Premier -: new recruits properly ha veued. The I 4t : ,' *> now.i is liable to erupt at any moment I*I

i 1 w CAN BE FOUND. % Rouvier took the foreign portfolio assertion evil undoubtedly greatly impairs -, *: NATIONAL QUARANTINED it on.any subject. Old flfl is a national ,,

if Subsequent developments showed I' the efficiency' of both Arm and 1 -=-- 'II I bkssing in. that he makes the senate II DIRECTORSi. F. C. Brent, W. A. Blount, Wm. H. Knowlei

4 : it The Penaacola Journal Is on that the change In' the Foreign Navy, and unless some remedy is *" (Jacksonville .Times-Union) ; proceedings alIY interesting at tImp.s.1 I -:* W. K. Hycr Jr. D. G. Brent.
: sale at the following places in ': ,
Office probably averted :i th* city: to further add to'the enlisted' r. : s S I
Germany and France, the former ...
as .
Hotel. Oft -
: Bay strength of the fighting branches :---I : A Good Graft Hunter.I .
p *. Coe'a Book Store. country was pressing the laUer very our government, The Montgomery Advertiser reply I Editor Collins of the Tallahassee I Domestic

Depot News Stand # severely diplomatically. One 'CAUSe of desertion i 16 the strong:. 4ng to the remark of .Congressman|I Democrat ever gets to heaven (or Foreign and Exchange Bought and Sold

I Gem Book Store. It After considerable further fencing public opinion m favor of the deser-.,'[ Richardson l of Alabama' that h?i! vie, .v rf>a) it's dollars.,to- doughnuts 4

't **> Merchants Hotel Escambia.Hotel. I* between Germany and ,France those ter ishhim.and against The fact all that attempts he has to violate pun-j|;"woulj rather figyejw j \ !! ,'- 1'er'tor I hall find graft or mismanagement: In'tle I '
executive -Zolfo AdvV1Ur.
department -
Southern Hotel. # two powers on July ::8. 1903 agreedon his oath in decamping and has' incurred !! ages to come than sacrifice one of the. : .* I We draw' our,own: Bills of: ExVsseladl5bur5cd upon; the most

#*. Thompson's Book Store. it the basis of a. program for a pro.posed .' 'disfranchiseroent; : cial'ot ','fundamental' l prinIe'f! : ( .the, state. ':'i i im t ',. S t, '1 1,r change on Great Britain Ireland Favorable Terms, and their obit.I !|.
1' :' ** Walkers Book Store. I IJ f international conference, ana' traclsm from proper' thinking people I its domestic .an<( local .;control.?; ',re-.. Clark's Terrperance Bills 'i I Germany Holland,Spa Prance!n, Belgium, Russia.Italy gations taken. payaple'at Port of

: :n.i( t ) -)eiHt Mt* Mt without entering into any of the details does sorters not fnenas app<>ar, to who count do not with hesitateto the de-i 1' plies: "The'1ght: l "of 'oucistate' to be We hope congress will speedil' }' pass I Norway, Sweden Denmark and Destination. Ten Days After Vet-

: of tho reforms I''.'devastated"toy Frank r Claik's two temperance bills other European countries. set Arrives .there.I .
prQposed. it maybe Is right
.. = shield him and s1IlpathlzeUn aa ,epidemic :a, One of these bills prohibits internal r
said that ,the main and most dan- j 1
we would! gladly: jield"It
h'm.There revenue officers from issuing permits
The Moroccan Situationand be is doubt that much of the I I '
: gcrous point to discussed at the no
..sa 'fii urther, tpa\ it has .no. fear, to sell liquors in dry counties and the
desertion prevailing is due'to the For Rent in Connection with which
conference is the question whether now I(I Safety'Deosit.Boxes ,
(other weI
the Coming Conference. almost universal rityWitn: that thettsof.Alabama,! will be af-l one makes It the duty of Inter-
Fiance is or Is not entitled to have pros I!inal I reyenue officers to furnish county i have Private Department for the of Renters.
nationallquarantin'jatm use
the certainty of being' able to earn I|.feett>d or trampled on if a ]I a
n An International conference upon a special and privileged position in good money in civil life young men will yellow clerks with a list of those taking out I;, .
,. : tie Moroccan situation will conveneat Morocco. This is the vital I issue and cannot be persuaded to relinquish I i| : !such, license. ;; in wet, countIes. The I '
outside/Such is' the all,..
Jack view
) passage, these laws would close '
Algereias. Spain,on Tuesday next. the minor questions it has been their liberty of action: for four years I
and strictly conform to military tlis- sensible ll. oPiti...will 'ke.-oi the prop i;i every blind tiger in ,Levy county. It I Savings Department-Interest Paid on Deposits at
4. : for the purpose of settling the pnnci pointed out, can be adjusted once this! .. I the .'I ,
is man with the H
cipline. Even those already in the iositionto establish! a national quarantine government
i 11 : jial in between Is leQ'. | !; rate of 4 cent annum.
r questions dispute point definitely set Germany, service are tempted to desert in order -, tf cense who defts the local .officers I per per

C rmafty. France and Great Britain,' it is understood will seek to secure to earn the high ,wages prevailing 1 Bronsori Times-Democrat.

: which have been the cause of much international control of the police, H civil occupations I| If some. enemy of State's' Rights. I' S .

As long as prosperity lasts recruit i should endeavor to make this baste People Art S tilfied.The' I '
.c friction in the past and. not very ]long the customs and other matters and BILTOM OBKEN. rusznux. T, K, WHLLES. VICKPBISIDCITUANSFISLU 1
: : ing for thg military' services will continue American political principle ridiculous,1 Lake City papers claim that B.a,.XUSMSU.UAIBUK. MORENO.Ass CMS.It
; ego led to a state of affairs that an "open dooras to commerce.On .
the bill
Buckm&n will be
a difficult proposition. and as; carried to the
I ir'ght! easih have resulted In war. December 14 the French government soon ab there is less work to be had : he could do no better than take the,f United States supreme court. Better! Citizens National Bank

I The United 'States will be represented issued a Yellow Book setting and the labor market resumes normal i posilion Judge Richardson and some 1 i let it alone" The board of control \'ot-I of Pen.&eol! Florida.JU.reotor ,

:j ,' al the conference, delegates having forth Its.side of the controvesy conditions more men will enlist in other southern Democrats, have taken elt'for Gainesville!, the state supreme i : _.

ben appointed by the President recently. and ,on January 8 the German government the Army and NaY)'. The proposition that southern transportation -: court says the law is constitutionaland I Geo.Vi. ,,,'rlrtt, MorrtIesr T. I:, WalUiRU
In other countries where conscription facilities should be. thrown the people are satisfied. Lake )L. RoWaiOa. k.Hilton Green.
'r The Associated Press hasP published a White Book giving is resorted to keep the tanks of Into the wjldest"dlsbrder whenever yellow !- City should acquiesce: In the decisions A UENERAL.! B\NKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED.

been watching the Moroccan question Us version of the dispute. the Army full desertion IQ much less; fever appears and a condition quit such :"baby jact: tomfoolery" and
closely.l and' the reports of this great common than here although one bordering on, anarchy so foolish I join In! the procession to build up n _
:$ ntws gatheriD'gagene have appeared South Florida truck growers may might imagine that is would be other- that it would not be tolerated It it higher 'education In 'our state. Lake ... II. ...ii. I..t.... .. .......W..i ............ot

i In The Journal from time be somewhat surprised to learn tb't v::ise. The explanation is that in for- were not that the outbreaks of the fever -: City Is a very small place on the map J. S. REESE. Presld nt E. W. MENEFEE. Casaler. ;
to time.'j'
a,large part of the produce from that eign countries desertion is properly are separated>> by wide: ;intenala of Florida, and should not try to place I JU:M. CART. Vlce-PresIdenL *
The Ecnpire: of Morrocco an absolute considered a' crime, as it is and sterner '
section of the state which reaches years. stumblIngblocks in the way of educa- THE POLL BANK PENSACOLA., I IDirectors
fl despotism, has been in a state methods are" adopted to bring the If the fcamers of the Constitution lionel progress_-Inverness Chronicle :
th, Pensacola market cOmes via New offenders "justice.. Our American !' .. ev .j:,8.Reese W. : f
of turmoil for many years past. owing contemplated such epidemics 'as those L,.4. R s, DeC. Kessfcr. R. M. Carr,
fM Orleans In other words the trucker disposition to shield deserters is en- '
W. A. D'Alemberte T. A.
to the, natural course of events In a J tirEIllnwort1)y., is doing the country of J' liow fever, they would no doubt:, 111* Reliable &tborIt7. Jennings. *
ships his produce through market TRANSACTS GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS.
: a have inserted that instrument $
t harm indicates lack in some In a case,,in San Francisco once
country unrestricted bj any law, great and a of YOUR ACCOUNT IS RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED' J JVTbol
where prices are high to a commission such provision as that relating, to Interstate -
; F cvilor religious and also on.account patriotism which is of sanous Import. ,' Id a.JLjitpyj5r\we 'were .trying toTajCtBjpWnA ..................................... ....... .
merchant 250 miles further on southern i fSJi elderly. man who
: o! the warfare which the | ,
r steaay SultAn -
vho. ,In turn sells it to the Pensacola ("ompa.sl, delegate fOIJ1JUE ;sorlB'nisreitioas I ... haf left the bulk
Mulal abd-el-Aziz, has had to That must clash
j The grower could save the Among the' stories whichwere told f btEeert< tr total stranger. Its '

wage against pretenders to the cost of transportation for a distance by certain aged physicians at a reunion and shown Jast .summer.ectlve wassufficiently That-, :- ;:part. .f our cue to-prove that the ":EI.. 1\1.1:. CJ.A.EI.: .
throne. This
caused a feeling of uneasiness -:of 500. miles by using a little "horss of medical men of the times when proper,regulation of travel to and from' cad Qtaotlttdibeea, eccentric irregular uIe And Retail Dealer la
the Arab tribes In ruel I ga4IIs2MtM.I and after had
among < we
'i a!nse" surgical operations were conducted infected districts Is best placed.!in' federal : Domestic Anthracite
Algeria the adjoining French territory I! I pout the defense summond -
without anaesthetics provedijhii
none was more bands &*lne sober conclusipn of COAL
,i and led to the efforts on the I .The Miami Metropolis very pertinently I touching than the following: man)'. The saving of innocent human I a witness IB rebuttal and Blacksmith

$ part of France to assume a guardian remarks: "Load up :jour ad A little girl :not,more than,eight years lives is something too sacred to be i "The first question put to the de- Office-No. J3 'South Pilate street. Telephone 33.

"":, ship over Morocco Germany wash 'I with hot shot, and let a newspape. I old was Injured in such a tray that it abandoned at the call of those who are fense'c witness was. 'What do yon Yard corner 'Tarragona and Gonzalez streets. Phones 6 and 37 J
over-jealous f>t,the supposed encroachments know about the character of the deceased --
was to of her -
I rot willing to unreservealj agree to|with a known circulation fire the gun necessary, amputate one .
She of federal power. T And the man answered sir.iD" .
legs proved to be
of wonderful
,yf.. ( tils being second only to Great,:Then you can be sure that the shot : w rda like these:
pluck and instead of binding her
t3t. ; Britain in the extent of her interests will scatter" a "'iIII!
) 'He was'a man without blame, beloved -
,. was customary In such cases !she was Fires Which never Go .Oot.There -
.f.: l In Morocco In 1902 the imports of her most cherished I and 'respected of men. pure In all
given dell to bold. are domestic fires burning In I
: : the three into Morocco : i I I his thoughts'and' SHINGLES. SASH DOORS WINDOW GLASS
I powers were: Pressing it in her arms, she submittedto Yorkshire today which have never been i ,
:'rii I Great Britain $0,210600 Gernianj,I the t'I I "But'I Interrupted the witness.
: -.- CIRCUIT COURTS amputation without a single cry. out for hundreds of years. .. BUILDING MATERIAL...
'.; : H,850000. and France 1380.000 The is DOING GOOD WORK. .> When it was doue the physician in At the old fashioned farmhouses in 'Where,' ..I said. 'did you learn all

::\! exports of Morocco to the three pow-!I I *.- 1 charge seeking to brighten matters up the dales of Yorkshire peat la still laatr ;;; Phone 11. 11. G. DcSILVA CO.

: ers In 190 were to Great Britain 1 I' -:iJacbonville( Metropolis) 'ii with pleasantry said "And now my burned The fuel Is obtained from the '' got It// the man answered 'from .

|!999.000, to Germany $53 ,OOO, and! dear we will amputate your doll l leg.** moors and stacks of It are kept by I|I I the tombs o .''"-Salt Lake Tribune.

: **i Then the little' girl burst into tears the farmers in their stack garths. ,

to France. $785.000 "'No, DO*" she gasped between her The countrj} roundabout is noted for I I "' --

? France pursuing her Moroccan The fall terms of:,the circuit courts i obs. Too shall not; It would hurt her its -girdle cakes; which are made The Journal' Printed During -'E. B. ACOSTA '& CO. !Prompt delivery to any part of sis

3 policy, sent a special mission to Fez in Florida have ben doing !sometning too much." from dough 'baked,In' quaint pans suspended f city.

Fist }'t'ar. Germany and Great Britain!' state th flrw. Decembep 1905. '. Office and Yard-22 to 28 N Ta-t
of value to the and theeoplel i over peat s WAofMJfo,, ..'a"I1. '." In
did the same. The German Emperor b>' consigning bad men to the gallowsand Kla*'Jamt*''Book;*. These fire$, are kept glowing from a'Totaloi'IS.B50 gona St... Pensacola, Fla Phon .;1

4 vent still further. lie visited Tangier I i Some very fine binding; was eK- generation to generation and the eonwarms '
to Imprisonment, and the hangings I cuted for King: ; James I., whft during COAL WOOD AND ICE
March 31, 1905. on the Imperial I : himself at the fire which warm-
will teach the criminally inclined that hU! ftr'w
entire l It n enthusiastic '
yacht but ed his sire! and his grandsire and .
Hohenzollern. remained
such punishment; is not abandoned in patron of letters and art In some: of j grandsire's sJre,J and which will warm -: -
p ashore barely two hours During Florida as some seemed to think. One his books the thistle is introduced his son and'his non's $0!!. ,- ._-
; that time he maae' a speech of which with heavy: corner piece and,the arms COPIES I1 \:
mouth hence (February Sth) four i There is a fire at c3sU ton. in the ,
.eferal versions were published The in the renter. One fine piece of work !! '- --
murderers are to die on the scaffold. Whitby district; which hag been burning or an average of eo"", led D 17Feed i..l"" 7'
v lubstance of His Majesty's remarks now in British jnueum! is In bright: 1 IHE
an .e however, was that he assured the probably is held by a farmhouse at '
Howa'rd $anford-who is to be hanged' Another folio In crimson velvet has the The''produetiyC ntioa-tLat., the TWOSotk.r -

German. residents that the sovereignty at Crawfordvtlle. The negroes are I arms.of England. embroidered, both J Osmotherly In the same district. This i 5,735DAILy' ,. No .:zgIc fccd or mixture of feed. cu do
; and integrity of Morocco would be .Noble Collins. who killed Julia Sapp, fire has been burning for 500 years, I I I :' the work
l i! sides with fold thread on. a ground- o cffcctalily. Year, of preliminary
maintained. The some the thea'!1tobe, handed: at Tavares: Andrew) and there are records to how thutithas '
i work of yellow silk. The king's& initials Fu11e' trial. werc L.c1. of it Lejsri itwu. phca 011 th&
4 |I Jackson las Sim Jackson to die at: not been out during the last three : S' t
French Minister of Foreign Affairs, are worked above The lettering Is In mulct.
j I St. ,Augustine for killing Alice Jack-. centuries..-London Times I I I' &,COIUCZIIUI of rcIIUlu: &lid powerful
A M. Dt lcasse. made significant leather and the hoards are tied together The following figures show TheP I .
a speecn 'Mm :\nd Robert< Ford. to be execute 1at en- u a IOUrCC oE profit. TLc cow DOt {ed tlW fad

rn the Senate at Paris during which i I : Fernapdina for killing Gussie Will! l>v red ribbon. constituting a |1 of the Bluebird sacola Journal circulation for each Pa1 i 1 lept ata I ...
Ways !
after referring to the Sultan's weakness llama regal book in every particu'ar!' John I day during the month of December/
|1 Gibson Scotland, and the Barkers The sweet disposition!; and gentle lOT; 1905. with the average number of -
T and the anarchy resulting there A large number have also been sent >
able of the bluebird an evident I SOLD ONIY'Y
ways ? ,,copiesda'ily:
Jacksonville. Three In England! were appointed to be the'king's
to prison from
from -prejudicial to everybody and even In captivity. One summer; I had Dec. 1. 5750 Dec. 16. 5,600 F. S. MELLEN &. CO",
especially to France and Algeria." he young. hea'tyand strong negroes go j binders. but'tht'T'e.is little traceof the pleasure of studying the <1 Corner AIanJz and Garden Phone 334
I to state prison for: lIfe. and they will their work now extant.-Chambers* caiefully i Dee:. 2, 5,700 Dec. 17, 6,100 ,t
i declared that "resistance in interested make excei'ent! naval stores laborers,! Journal. > i ii habits of old and young In that condl-j: 1 I DK. 3, 5,300 Dec. 18. ... _

t quarters would not cause Franceto In' fact we" understand that one of ,the t fion. The old birds were kept In a large 1 Dec. 4 ..... Dec. 19, 5,600

modify her policy" !in Morocco three'is an' expert in that line of busi-t i Taok It For Grafted.. bird room with several other varieties Dec. ,,5, 5750 Dec 20, 5,600
: When :1 advanced In of American birds The bluebirds were Dec 6. 5.750 Dec. 21 5,600
This sentiment called forth vigorous ness. j Lady Davy { CaneSyrup
It will also.be gratifying to the law) years there came to Rome a very fool- models of good behavior not only Dec. 7r 5.700 Dec. 22. 5,600 : New Crop

applause. abiding people'to know that the hopeof I ifth, Russian on :whose credulity his among their own kind but In their relations -' : Dec. 8. 5.6SO Dec: 23. 5,600
t Tbe a utterances arouse both Dec9, 5650 Dec. 24, 6,100
pardon heretofore, entertained bv friends used to practice. Among other with other birds. The young i '

; Germany and France and 'caused excitement I most of the convicts, is growing less, things they JnlBnnfd him that there birds were wt in cages and with a |I, Dec. 10 11,. 5,900. ,.. Dec.Dec 25, ..." Put up in all size'packages

throughout Europe result- and whenever pardon is made mor fcad till shortly before ,been,in. the city moderate amount of care and attention Dec. 26. 5,600 -

Jag later In a strained state of affairs i difficult t to obtain. it will" act as a deterrent an English lady at whose, bouse her became very t.amIt was amusing, to'see \,: Dee 12, 5650 Dec. 27 5600
13 5.650 Dee.
Dec. 28, 5,600
to deeds violence. Wh.en ( : WRITE
a I 1 1I friends them about the usual feeding time, PRICES
used assemble. After
and in the proposition to hold to her |'iDee:. 14. 5.600Dec.. 29, 5.600
an evil-disposed person believes he will I I. ,
I themselves on a particular
death they found It BO I Inconvenient to arrange
; an international conference on Mo suffer for crime be wIll not be so ready ; In of Dee. 15, 5.600 Dec 30, 5,750
love their point of meeting' that they perch Each-bird ,order precedence Dec. 31, 6.650'i
ft. j i '
rocoo. to 'commit ,' had her embalmed and placed would take the food from a'stick,.and Supt., Stores Southern States Lumber Company
every for month..154,850
I _
France and Great Rrltain April 8. I ,What the: press and the law-loving if one purposely omitted there was I
evening her accustomed ottoman.
people want .to do 'now is to continueto on '
i 1904. signed an agreement by which As he became very anilonste, assist atone no fluttering! of wings or selfish ... pENSACOLA.S \
: oppose pardon and clemency of desperate i, I Averag. per day. ..5.735 FLORIDA
I the 'latter, in substance gave Franc, I men 'here'tbere are no mitigating -,: of these strange, l'fun1ou. some one tempt',to,obtain the morsel aa it ,.at-'j ; .

_r a free hand in Morocco in return fora circumstances either real or Imaginary agreed to take him' there. When he arrived offered to the next bird.-St Xlch 'I hereby certify that the above -- '
free hana': in Egypt and the settlement ana. see that sentences of the there lure enough tat the shriveled -' statement iz correct according to the .

of the New Foundland fisheries I
: d'vp-ntes.! Great Britain also agreed I lessen crime particular! that of murdering ottoman several time?, finding all- that. Teacher-Wait_a moment JOI ., FRED A. SWEET. ICE 'OOAL: and WOOD )

Moroccan wornen. as three of those to be)II he had been told'Was: too .true, then What do yoa understand by the -nD"j .' Circulation Manager I ,.
her .
to support France: In I hang and one of those sent up for lIfer j t threw up hia arms 'and. with the cry, "df'ftcltr' Johnny-It's what Sworn to and subscribed before me from the

policy. ; have done Enforce the )law, -It Is too horribleP: rushed from the got wbeo JOB haven't got as '.mn(' this let' day of January', 1906 Con9umr' Ice and Fuel Company. j

i meanwhile M. Delcasse i i courts wi'l! have less criminal busnees !- V hadn't nathin*. .* _
But, In the : room.-Sir Grant Dnffa "Notes Prom a Jan Just U'j :- PERRY pICKEN, H Oa .imnelled to resign! ; June 6. 1303:) ;;, I Diary" {f Tribune. ., Notary Public! .. 2-

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Brought Down to Date. r- 1j :: I e o it

; It Was A Success. .
One day a Peasant who wu working The Walt took his departure with a I f
la Ms field was surprised to receive a sweet bow and a melting smile and the I "Sir," said the man as be. entered the
vlalt! from the Wolf, and he wu about Peasant softly scratched the back of his lil, lifI office "I wish to uhlblt'to 'you my sol, I
to rush for his gun when the Wolf cried neck and did .a heap of thlnklo,. That r a I 4, versal calculating machine thing that
ont: night he placed a trap at the weak point T ill / f should be found In,the counting-room.of

"Hold on. my friend-my visit U one of in his calf pen. and next morning he C U'i'ql every business man. It will add. subtract
peace. I bare come to han a serious found the Wolf held firm and fast ,, divide and multiply, and!' there, ,Is

talk with you." VEicuae!: my* embarraaiment,",began the no such thing as failure.1.
+ { 1 have heard of It.** replied! the i
1 mer
Bat you killed one of my sheep only Wolf aa the Peasant appeared "but why '
last week" protested the Peasant did you more thla trap from the sheep It chant "but I never understood' It was I
"So I did and that Is the very matter fold!" much of a success.
Obi sir but It Is Give
to talk about I hue felt "Because ** perfection me I
1 bare com replied the Peasant,'' as he
eonsclence-etrlcken ever since that event,, hunted around for a club-("because experience : any example you will and" I will guarantee -
a correct solution
and bare decided to kill no more sheep" has taught me that a. \ olf whois t ts ,
-- "Very well. I bought two dozen Leg-
Well. I am .clad to hear It. aDd I hope tired of mutton ta ready to work up an
horn chickens at 13 each. I built a coop
yon will atlck to your resolution." appetite for real. 1W -. 1 1
at an expense of $30. In one year I
"You can depend upon my word and I Moral: Don't put yonr foot In It
.. bought J25: worth of feed. la the same
tope yon win give me due credit. JOE KERR Bronco Bill:.. I don't think that. new arrival
1. going to live long year I got six eggs. What was my profit
j. Earless: Jd41e-SlrU or loss for the ;year?" ,

ti I r .. '. .i" 9 Bronco BUI-Hardly that! But I jest 'Why, you paid out |12T, and got back \

r- Till: VERY THIXG3. *>rij I.I: {- seen hIm lend Grizzly Pete a dollar, and about '20 (rents In actual figures, Jour wish to Introduce to yoa my
v, f ,rj > he looks Jes' fool enough ter ask him fer loss was J126.80" J .. Calculating Machine."
The Orator-bask yoo-I ask you' -what", two things.. are 'helping' 'manrtnd to it'aging) v ': "I guess that's correct.** sighed h profit I make In raising my own
get up In the,world. .,r..: ,s, merchant "and you nay leave me how"I I and cucumbers.: "
The. Sleepy Janitor-The alarm clock and. the stepladder.' If' .i. AFTER THE SHOW.. machines. I'll keep Clue busy on I I
chickens and the other*figuring;; out JOE KERB. kF
.\ IJ torme'r-\h. Richard< ; there's, noth-
Ing like fresh air.'

It Never Stn ps.,: '? Hamleto. ,-True, ,and fresh eggs.

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"John." said the wife as the husband HE KNEW HIM'!
J came home from the office, "did you eome i Alderman Grafter:-MrT:, Chairman, have i al
past the..Perkinses. on your way home I the floor? J -
..ye.." was,the reply. '. The Chairman-'Well, you would hue

t Y "Did you.' see- the crape" on the, doorJ". it,' 1 believe' If it wasn'f nailed down!
"I did.
"It's for one of tb girls: 'Site.died this THE PROFESSOR: EXPLAINS! -
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forenoon. Shbddie
r + Mrs -My daughter says that
.'Sorry to hear It," ; l you say' she can speak German;: withoutthe
"Tea. It Is a sad thing. but It may prove least,accent
Tlnester-Ah! Youth Is a great blessing, t of some little benefit to others after all. ,Professor I'nmpernlckei-Acb, yah dat
Porker-lea. think how many meals one has ce 3'r Mm. .. "I don't exactly, see how" ga4 the bus- Iss vidoat de least German accent.THE .

band after puzzling over. .' the. matter. for
two or three minutes: STRENTOCS: : COOK. s ; /

Couldn't Be Hurt. Why.. you know their piano Is coins vr'"Did Policeman-How !Is It that yes get alongso
with all the neighbors /
and night
day well wid the missus Y % K ;
wanted to Interview a murderer under complalali.2 now"It may have a rest' .for a Bridget Surf:, .it's lolke 'yereelf ol am.

sentence of death In a jail Tennessee. day or'two see on the"doorf* ol has a club around. me waist all th'
"Don t bank on that or yon will get yon crepe .!. '
tad while the sheriff was witling, he felt left. As I stood In front of. the louse toime i
it hIS duty to say to me: wondering who the crape was-for some can't stop a piano, dear. The most you
'"Bill is a sensitive sort'of'chap, and IfI one was ,playing a funeral dirge .add can do is to make .a..change from rag I
I were rOil I wouldn't say anything about e 0 bringing In all kinds of thumps. You time f.o a dirge." JOB. KERR. A1/JM

people booing hung lie would take It as (
personal and his feelings would be hurt. '

I remembered the words and daring the P.

interview, which lasted an hour I fought
clear of the main question When I was tK pw

about ready to go the condemned said: / ;
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Well, you haven't said anything about
my: being hung" .- "A'4- WISE.

"No. I didn't want to hurt your feelings .> The Would-be Builder-: I'm thinking- of building a washhouse connection with

you know" my.I laundry. What atone would you suggest for a foundation? ,

Hurt my feelings'! Say that' a good I've Architect-Soapstone.. .'" '
one I've got a hole almost dug throughthe :'

wall and will be out of here tonight through the ",aU. .
unless you blab and If you want to talk #
ei folks being hung you Just: go right I didn't ."blab.;.. and; next morning he t \ te
bead and pay no attention to me!" was missing t' JOG KERK. e ,

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:: PEOPLE AND: EVENTS The Most *' (: 1 l..t'i T/it4Juja&: D/y :Skirt Story .i Take .

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iI: : -4 si1PTJID' : :. :.. : ;; Courage \

Seen, Heard and Done Among Those Who Go Come i & $ If you are naturally: as strong as jour more fortunate '

F Tt1 and Tarry---Women and Society,. Here and Elsewhere. Contented-Men ... .... ); ,sisters,_and for this'reason experience dread rather than joy at

j ". I ie J,. j' "BY FRANK. H., SWE;.":1 T.' .- $ the'prospect of becoming a mother, take CDurage and assurance
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It1- By E. NELLIE BECK Telephone 669 t CJp iiht" '1&0{), b t Frank[II. Sweet I from this fact; Mother's Friend is meant for you, and bv its

iw.t I nsuiily-the'bet fed>'," I ;;: I use you mar pass thrpugh that glorious martyrdom which is

I are If* ., :ifve, t $" & $ $. $ I yours b)' dine right \ ith no<< more discomfort than that.experienced by

'q THE REAL GOOD. wrote letters. The of the- men: you here. i :. ::-l.I': :; _. ; those "hoTby nature are possibly) more adapted for the ro e=.()f motherhood.MOTHER'S .
presence ,
r "What is you live ] r .
the real 1
good oLe, the absence of the second an, f "Throw ( :'* : did jou noticed after I' dropped my -
up your bauds; quick' '
'IT ,I asked in musing mood. the letters"-of the third pulled distractlngly : ; r FRIEND .
c ( Brad obeyed the onima'ndromptly bands that tae right has been in Its
Order. said the law court : one
; at her emotions. She took:
; .Knowled .' said the school; counsel l of her' judgment.The Only the Besti tt: -. I without looking to 8"ee.wbtnce:it'earned.: .f.pocket most,of the time?" is a liniment of proven merit, aricOts'treit'worth; can be no

:; I "Truth/ said the wise man; 397 pages duodecimo in whicn I- : '- That much be bad learned'from'bis 'llf e! *'\\hat do you mean?" sharply.; "That better attested tQ than ,by the:countless trong and healthy

I 'Pleasure: ,' said the fool: .' the details of the struggle might havE : In the west But as-bis- if'S found 'the Ybu hue a revolver there?"- children who through ItS' kindly offices have entered this p
li' Tx>Ye.' saia' the maiden; been given are omitted. Miss Fell I of evetythln'ts".. served beautiful ; I Sometimes: I meet up with cases like world unhandicapped by any deformity or' weakness. It
face held
Beauty.. said' the page; "* c'a! married the man with the do- here and tti.; tn$ ,.most' beyondthe firmly' I this i whcp I do not Iia'e-tlmf'.to draw : is .a liniment.which .by external application .acts upon the -

:Ha r "'Freedom. said the dreamer; Irirs,-;Tampa Times. leasing ,rnajener; .1-. ..:., ; rifle barrel' his band dropped Involuntarily -i In the rlgularT'3Y," ''I SaId Brad: refieetirelj' abdominal! muscles and! permits oJ,a painless parturition..
iu! Home.: said the sage to bis \:5': it'didso
--+- hat toremove.it. % ,
"Then It la convenient ta have a TOR
41 j; said the sol'dier; PLEASANT PARTY .' !!
HERE there and
Equity: the eamea sharp report a: weapon lying loose in the pocket. I '
seer- FOR .
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-I;u S ake my heart full sadly Mr. J. B. Samuel and family of stinging sensation In his arm. t'j j bate mined a lot of clothes practicingthat ;:- -
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thL 'The answer is not here.' : "That will what i if --- -
eonvineeyouJuiean way.
Then within bosom Carterville, 111,.. arrived Wednesdaj -' ."Hareyou 'a revolver lying there .c................. .................. ..........o....
my night at 7:10.. They spent the winter Kandy Kitchen Cafe f I say. came sternly from the girL I .

::i I tL'1k. I 'Softly Each,heart this I holds beard the secret' well here they last year have and returned liked for the the city season so,;! j'I "Now Dp with your bands.again, quick' j i I now-es''T, and bad: yon been-desperadoI ;I; A Side Board Adds A Finish. :

The next time I shalinot aim to lire: j
iWIttR1 Kindness is the word. : Mr, Samuel is one of the most 104 S.PalafoLPbonc: 999 I I might harp: 1sed it. Here it I is." And
, r -John! Boyle O'Reilly. extensive lumber dealers in 'Southeru. 1 between your :arm and 'bead... 'but- to:|! be_ half turned, tossing the revolver at ; 1 11J

.I. t # I Illinois and is vice president of the: hiL" ,I I- here t,, Involuntarily; the muzzle of If'To! The Dining Room Furnishings
; BECKWITH FOREST Carterville State Sauries' Bank, Brad the
ana smiled Evidently
I grimly. 1 I her. rICe I ItweretL"Why
i: 4 WEDDING? LAST EVENING: of Carterville, 111 In his party this ". sudden motion of'bis arm bad'caught ) did you not shoot me if youk1d ,! 'c and., Indeed Is a practical necessity in a w appointed home !
The wedding of Mr Robert Forest time are Mrs. Willam Cram, her rl The Latest F s'd. j ''* j j jI I: We:have a large number of very handsome ones of golden f
L the bullet which intended I demanded.
,of wag merely I
Canada,' and Miss Clara Beckwith!daughter. Miss Lizzie and Mrs Ed,"r r oak fine plate mirrors, beautifully finished In every way, \
took place last evening In St. :Michael Cram, all of Carterville. Ills; Mrs, BEAUTIFUL COLLARS to graze Jt, and from tile,excruciating Shoot a girl like you? Oh,.Lordf! i at from *
M i *tchur h,' Rev. Father Fullerton ba: J, S. Jones and' children and Mrs, j 1.j in the most exquisite designs for! )pain and his Inability to raise the arm They walked on for several ,rods, i I

1' It eating. i I Lawrence .and .son..,of. Marion ll!s., Ladies and' Misses' from 1Q<*.' to ,!, from its limp position at, bis: side be. then he railed again over his shoulder, 1 I $J2.gQn'to $65.00 i iI
The bride was gowned in an ex-; all of whom are here for the winter.1 $1.69 each. realized that the bone 'ic'rtssbattered. "Would you mind repeating; that remark :Ii
: l i 'iremely -4- to pay cash down for it, you can BUY
becoming white dress anJ about previous successesT'
Mrs. Nordstrom "
Millinery "Throw the I t '
I ? j f them up, repeated girlImpatiently LATErf. *
: 'wore a smart white hat. As. she en-: A navy yard boat will leave the footof ;, .: "Why: ,,'you: iavebeencomIng to the,I Iluoutlu I NOW AND PAY
: No. 11 E. % St "or I shall shoot.
tered on the arm of her mother the I Palafox street Wednesday in! Intende".cia- ;: ..
of tle: valley and :removing
; few Intimate friends who had been< 'January and February at 3:15, lear'j ," -- I -No need for that:, drawled Brad' 'skIns from the bears we caught in our 4 i(tt!; MARSTON & QUINA, if \
"for could
used 1
I.. hare drawn and :
invited: ,to be present at the ceremony ing the navy yard at 5-15:, 30 TOURS TO EUROPEZTO JAPAN my :.trap*..-ThU wouldl1af"e.muleJllx.! only I
i 'With the relatives I revolver before this._ Jut"iu tell me :, Phone 148. Pensacola
agreed that Uuder superior man: 'gen..nt. PIN-f'ti01lal as soon AS I found tIle grizzly was :f t 108410 S. Palafox St. Fla. tMf
,.had never eeen her look so lovely.The the'j' Mrs. Clifford Murphy of North Barcelona '-I,I advantages Full lour. Around teo World I what to-do, and 111 do it. Muse m u- I 1 I C

:, v1 bridal party returned to the', entertained Wednesday even'-IN.[\ Annual Free.Oriental Cruise, }'eb.lL.->rorlUnme; i, keying with the "bands up' business :' c'ugbttwent. up there to watib The i(! : ..... ....................... ...............;

i home of the bride's mother Mrs.V..''ins t for Miss! Louise Weldon guest ofMrs. f anymore." girl ,triel to speak: fternlV, but Brad -: __ _
PRANK C. York 1 I I I .. _
There CLARK.96 Bway, N'W fancied he could detect doubt in her '
Cobb. was a
H, Beckwith D R. program : lIe waited : '
where a reception stolIdlybait'
i ; those present to ,felicitate the enabled I I of enjojableocal and instni" another_ shot' Uut It'dM not expectlng'j J Jgirl l voice.' ; --**;*ii1t1{*** ***1ffi :; u
mental music, followed by delightfulrefroshrnenis : "Tbe' grizzlies taught our cnttle! ," the -
happy couple. : \\as:: looking at him '. 5 .,DIAMONDS, WATCHES, JEWELRY |
!: and a pleasant racial girl,added:nfter a few moments, "and ,
ii ; "Well" !
she concluded length "I
!PROGRESS CLUB time. -.- jir III CARR/ BELlE.i ; don't knowas: It Is really, n'Esslrr'tor'! I{j I I they .al) seemed to enter the valley: CLOCKS PRECIOUS STONES, BRONZES I

EUCHRE The regular AND euchre DANCE.of the ProgressCluB I Miss Ullian Jacoby. who went to i your bands. to remain' up. 'I am 'l tripsihere.through the"gully. That's, why. we set 1 Ii| STERLING SILVERWARE, |

New York City last sprin's to take a afraid. In spite of what you
this week ,was largely attended 'not'l[ ""And are there no men here for suchTork OPTICAL GOODS *
the special course in music, has returned I Special! to The Journal. could kill ;you bait a 'dozen times ART ,
by members and ladies it beIng "
r also the annual'meeting and, election I home Pensacolians have heard MissLillian's Carrab/ile Jan. 11,-We: were gladto I fore 3'ou't'Onld drnvnnd level a W I \ ? I CUT GLASSWARE. |
; L of fflcera -, efforts on th? violin with a see yesterday your representative' on. In all fairness I advise'you not' to : 'She hesitated but only for a moment. $ *

-;t ; Mrs. Nat ,Weiland won the first ;,great teal of pleasure in the pat': Mr. Al Hog boom, who never laila la I I make the attempt. 'Now remove ,yourrevoh I'L Apparently the voluntary surrender of --a
and her friends'will -look forward tell of the great Journal. He has! "ers"1 the ,third revolver had! disturbed herself
ii : prize and Mrs Laz Jacoby the second : carefully-witb the muzzles
with delight to bearing ber play made friends is Carrabell',. who: confidence. and.Fine Statl
The dance that followed the euchre toward the ground, and drop them beside Engraving nry. *
\ .again. are always glad to see him: :I dIy father was thrown from his
Ji 1\U general indulged by thos pre your rifle.There. ; that Is right," as
: cnt and, the evening was graced by .. 4 C. The K. of P., St James Lodge. No.: horse l lajt week and had his leg bro- !
4 tee presence of a number of fair visitors The many friends of Judge John S9. located at Carrabelle, wjl) meet at P- ken," she! answered, "and the only man

i Including Miss Pearl Bloom and Ferriss, of Nashville are glad Judge to Fer-see their Castle! Hall Sunday evening and I bo!!Ides him Is.a half breed we hire. Her S Mail Orders; Receive Prompt Attention. |

.t' 21168 Hilda Dmkelsplel of Louisville, him again In Penaacola his, Mr, ,Yon march in a body to'thp Baptist church I| Is busy elsewhere today." ;
of son
Kyt, Miss Yetta Zmunern of Mobile nss is the guest' where Rev. Wagner will' preach: ser-i] "You are taking me to your.fatherr"Y.es iI
Mrs. Julius Hemberg of Birmingham' Ferrlss.S mon on Pythiamsm ,assisted by Bro i
that was intention, but Idon't
:! Ala., and a number of young men visitors lunacy of Orion Lodge No. 28. j my E. 'O. Zadek Jewelry Co.
Erma of Greenville i iI
Miss : Ellis, feet| : and Mibs, Lillian Jacoby who The W. O W. of Carrabelle will givo, I
attractive nieo of Mr. JohaO will tell'me you had
Ala.. the nothing whateverto
Is Just home from New York received
an oyster supper on Wednesday night MOBILE ALA. 5i
Quite an ovation. Wood, is in the cit1 the ';;uest of January 17. and everybody is Invited 1 do with the bears I-I suppose,you I I __ ._ :!
I Miss Adele Chaffee Miss Ellis will Judge Alford has 'completed hisi could V 'back. I would not like to' :* ;*:***** H! **** 1t fi iiI* N f Hfl1I.H1S R HH :
remain' indefinitely, to the great pleas I
A MODERN NOVEL. innumerable. friends and planing mj"!! and marine ways, the lat make a mistake.

::1. Miss Felicia Almonde of 'Pennsjl ITO of will her visit Mrs. John Crear>'. ter a long ftlt want, and now the Judte tilt impossible for me to go back : $ $ !
\anfa avenue New York came to tits back and listens to the humming of now".said} Brad decidedly. "You tif.t I

.w. Flori-aa for the winter. She needed RIBBON LEMON OR the saws. am under suspicion and could not i i
rj time and space, both of which abound VANILLA Extract Use halt the think of going until thoroughly cleJI.rf'd.twould .
Pn thiii Welightful! latitude. As she ,
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kinds, and it l leave a taint ebarietee. -' *
amount required of other upon my *
-i I ,&-4 fl summed brief introspective her quandary moods in shewas one of her in not satisfied jour money back for the This is to certify that all druggists" In But she had been watching I 11 N. Palafox Street. *;

; tove with three men-one for his soul! asking: are authorized to refund. rour'money.if him for some minutes intently, an odd

-F on for his body and one for his dol Foley's, Honey and cold.Tar fails to.cure I look consternation, coming to her ,| BUILDERS OF MEN'S FINE CLOTHES. \

lars. They all loved her enough to Escambia Lodge, No. 15, F, & A. M. your cough or It stops tha Fw/p !l_ face." That arm, with its ,hand resting
heals the ,
; have asked each for himself, that Regular communciation of Escambia serious cough results from lungs and prevents I ( wi loosely in the pocket, hung strangely % We have just received a. full line of camples for SPRING AND

rt aLe would marry him. She bad taken Lodge :\0. IS, F. & A. M. will be held cough and A coll. Cures la limp and lifeless.. Suddenly she whirledto ;::| SUMMER SUITS. *
tIme' to consider.: Monday evening, January 15, at 7.30' p-events pneumonia him.. .' We extend a cordial invitation to our friends to call and examine :
The with the dollars followed o'clock. Visiting brethren fraternally and consumption.. Contains no opiates *
man "DId414 rhe Then same.
The genuine is In'a began. : *
her, the man with the body went to invited. yellow Gentlemen's Pressing Dues $1.50
"Yes. I know I did. You need not Club. to $2.50 ;
package. Refusa substitutes.
p ; W A say
1 California for a season of golf the C. D. BEYER W. M' z E. L. REESE, <
You would turn it off with
: man with the soul stayetf at home and W G. \ILEY. Sec D'Alembert. druggist .and apothecary. some fool $ J. MENDEL. =:
hnes8. '
I That arm Is shattered. I '
: $ $ ta$
New Suits Filed. know It from the way it looks. \Vemu

The following new' suits were filed !t hurry to the house now so I can .
II- The Journal's Fashion Feature -- -' -- '
Daily the yesterday circuit in court the :office of.the' clerk of attend to It." coming to herBut she did not appear" RING C. i L. MCVOY

Two weeks later he was. In he
ngry Presently felt her hand. slip-
Lee Daniel vs. Christina Mestre, i Phone 697. Take advanttge of Meats ting
an easy chair on the piazza of house into 1
a ping his. cheap Western meats a ftprcialtLte
bll! in Blount
i attorneys, chancery for plaintiff.; & Bloum half bidden among the trees, bis arm In I I livered to any part of the cit j.

W. T. Rea'ger and W. 'W Nlcholsouis. "HOW WALK 8TBAIOBT.. TOWARD THATHOUSE. a sling: Tbe girl was standing near A Charm That Failed. 4

Nicholson Lumber Co. and A. M. him, Evidently. the two had been talk Major P. H. G. Powell.Cotton had ""' ......"

Stoucks. P. C. Barth and J. 1L Swlt-' the weapons were slipped from the belt Ing. some unique experiences during his 'i

tie, bill in chancery; Sullivan & SullIvan and dropped to the ground. "Now, "It Is fortunate for us that you twenty months of travel In little known

;, attorneys for plaJnU s., walk twenty paces down 'the valley came," tbe girl observed "We neveronce districts in Africa. In telling of the

and remain standing with your back thought. the half breed being superst'tion!' of the natives he aJ'8: ,1 Finest! i

Cured Lumbago.A. toward I will -' the thief. He might have carried off all "Among the week's washing I had
me. pick
B. Canman, Chicago writes Mar. and.restore them in;up due your time weapons our cattle If you bad not come and discovered given my'boy a vest, which when the
4, 1903: "Having beea
troubled with Flavored i
other things came ,back was missing.
Lumbago at different times and tried "Too much for you, to carry all of *
: them It H a thousand times more fortunate lIe made some excuse about mendingit
one physician after another then different remonstratedBra4. "My rifle Is -
ointments and liniments, gavo mighty heavy. Better flre'It 'off and for me, Leslie, that I came and- and I thought no more,of the matter : FloridaI :
i it up altogether. So I tried once hand It over to me.."-. '" and shall. never have to go away tlllin'the early morning I happened to

more, and got a bottle -of Ballard's '"IwiiI. attend to-them," sharply; again" Brad returned gravely. "You catch sight of two of ny$ men,bringingIt .. .4

Snow Liniment! which gave me almost "You are talking to -wueh. Walk forward can hardly ,realize what a home will back from.the direction-of. Swahili

instant relief. I can cheerfully! now twenty(. paces.'! mean to me" He turned' Ills face trader's' camp ,Some time afterward I i

:: recommend it, and will add my name As he started to obey _there came a away, conscious_ $,that, a soft flush was learned that the trader was regarded MANE I SYRUP- II.
to your list of sufferers." Sold by all savage growl, and he'balf turned. In- as:a great.worker of charms. The vest ,
; i druggists. had: been taken to him and he hadbeen
stantly the rifle muzzle. was lookinghim : :
in-the 'f-Yes-' oaor that" the I asked to cast such'a spell over,it I

girl admonished. "and let'.me add thatI that when,it next touched my skin( any ri New Process i

: .. \\\'.. shall not give you ',much ?more ad- desire I might harbor of golngJ] far .
COFFEE vice." : afield would melt awayf When the t
1 Steam :
r 11-
1 Evaporated
: "But the tear"; ': : charm was of no rotted the explanation

:"Tbe,.beir Is.in'a trap and' perfectly \ given by my men was that before )leaving -I. .

We are tbe Pioneer safe," (..Urtly..I.nd!'- : flUCCEED England I had acquired witchcraft 'I.- .

Coffee Roasters 'of :"Then let me kill him{ for':you and potent enough to render their magic Ii :
West Florida.McHUGH'SBLENDS. take off the pelt,"'urgedBrad; eagerly.,J I powerless.) 't. .

ajid'be. .turned half! ,around., ; I I, a i : ABSOLUTELY :
The,girl's eyes were !s steely'as the : Rev. Carlisle P.',B. Martin, L.' L. D. .

barrel of.her rifle ,'-I shall not'parley I Of WaveM, Texas, writes: "Of a ,P.URE .
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with you- any' more she said.'lf you morning, when first arising. \ often I
do nottnrn Instala"Vly a'nl"ob<'y''my orders i : .
: find a tro"ublsone collection of phlegm I "'
d_ I shall fire. -I' 'understand your-'\, "

i L have no equal. A trial f I wish! 'to take off t .. slcln.I :.' You had; already -:I which produces cough and is very ii Crown i iI

will : planjM-that; but'did' 1 _,9 expect: .j When You Buy, hard to dislodge; but a smaM quantityof THE"I
convince the
-C. : con to find me here to' mar. previous. ,, nc- Get the Best. Ballard's Horehound Syrup will at I : I
-t- \ noisseur that .we cell es_ Now turn."- once dislodge It. and the trouble is .

\ Brad did so promptly.. .:. I U'S' the Cheapest in the Endi over I know o? no medicine that Isequal ; :+ .

a make no extravagant A num.Bt liter be beardhr fathering to it, and it pleasant to take.I :

S. claims. up the weapon Then,,"Now'walk can mot cordially: recommend It to I! Florida Syrup Mills. :

: : straight toward that bowie'yon.can see .
among the trees**. all persons needing a medicine for

Wholesale! and .RetaJiGROCER.S Htlfway to the' ;.house Brad "cajled. Landreth'sNew throat or lung trouble." Sold Tt>y all 'i 2. Ercidtiew 0 Growing Station, .:

over bis shoulder:, '. druggists: .

-5--. 1 %'ofll4 yon mind'explaining.that-remark t: Quart Bottle, 25C :

about previous u ).?".: : :
''H.Jl'H.Hi.'HI"1Q.-.1J 1-2 gal. Cans, x 4CC
The girl
was silent _
and all kinds of. Feed "Struck me a* sort:ot mysterious: Crop .J TERSELY TOLD a 4a : Gal. Cans, 11 11 11 7Sc :

',i' Brad" ,went on reflectively, "seeing I j'I BUSINESS LOCALS. : :
Stuffs.Pluto we're-l'traD and I've never* beetr'U I. 4I.
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SHORT JACKETS ON MILITARY LINES. 'the country,before. 'Though' of course" Just Received. MI",1'J'iHia" UH. I.. :
... after waiting a, few 'moments.:.',yon' -- "

Th:. Tar!: newest models in tailored ful lInes' of the figure. An Inch-wide,! are not believing much I say Just now; i McKInzle Oerung t Co.. ,wholesalj ''i FOR SALE ONLY BY :

nits both of the severely-tailored and black military braid trims the edges? I[ WaterWholesale But there's another :thing I'd like' to reUrt{ ship chandlers and I. CC

emi-dresay order, show the coat of the of the coat, and a double row runs I ask"-after.'a' longer pans*-"did :,..o'Vet' and grocers ,

etoa or bolero variety of hip length. either 'Way' b h"een'the neck and! bear of a man shooting 'through. the only first-class boasa"\ ot the kind Ii i Sol Cahn & Co i

The ftrst of these hip-length Jackets sleebe W am. The collar is a straight and Retail. his poeketr) ; )In PenaaeolaFair K 4ea to alL. ;

were noted at the New York Horse military band, and a dainty, dressy Receiving' n< answer to this, he-con-' W. A. DfAIemberte, .
Show this! winter, since which time touch is added by the narrow pale,blus tlnutd coolly: "You see.felks out this C. V. THOMPSON hat Just opEned a ,i The Pure Food Store C

they have been making their appearance cloth vest stitched in black :which New Orleans Grocery Co. way have to get Into habits like that S 'Druggist lid Apothecary, fresh line of beautiful box It
frequently among the best dressers peeps from.. out the braided edges of papers t: Southwest Corner Pilatoi and lnteAdeCLI. 4
; Her' a lustrous black broadcloth the fronts. At. the neck Isa small ,. ,. Why I know persons,wbo could? pick aman's Telephoi/IOS. suitable for Christmas presents Also I.' :
below the pointed of'the broadcloth, this buttons off Just as easy through papers. Passepartout I. U78
to several Inches trap Jas. McHugh crepe plctura Phones .
'S is black velvet I this pocket a*'they coliM drawing 121$ South PiUfci Street. I 142))
'? j waiathne and fronts and back both with, the tInT buttons binding, pursEs, Christmas cards, etc.I. :
I and that reminds -
.h taking aba,"'And me,
t '*eml-flttlnz.. just siiKte'UnC l thn rrt" ? n'-"r' t'"nln. Phon 1 05, 'Pr.r't'tjt. .. .. 11" ,II ; '.... .., .......,. .- I,19dec.;. :, ..............t..'

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THE 'ANUARY' 12 igoe

I The Journal Carries-- More. Classified- :-Ads-- -than 4 : < Any Other-- Florida.- Paper- I;I ITHE



RESIDENTIAL SECTION OF to you can be obtained on any of Offerings in Real Estate.

th5 property below, 'and some will
valuable pieces of property in the city II
pay 12 per cnt. V .
,"; $3000-6 houses. acntlng for 3 streets (260x240): -
2 story 8 room modern :' brick building on Garden street. near Pal
Elegant .
AND EAST HILLS'AFFORD $1600-3 houses renting for $18.00per home well built, xcellent locality : front. Quick sale, '
NORTH 'V month. offered. at a. bargain'V ;. ....$1500.00I ,' brick building near business center A V

$ 600-J-room hose renting for $7.QO f lot near business center V on corner (!t5
per' month. I

SPLENDI OPPORTUNITIES NOW FOIl 1 INVESTMENT $ 600-2 small houses' 'rtnting for* near Palafox street property paying V
$8.00 "W are authorized! to sell the little
IN BOTH IMPROVEP ANP per month. t cottage? corner of 13th street and 16tn : We consider this a bargain.
"' Other Investments avenue if taken during the next few r dwelling on W st Hill; good neighborhood.
PROPERTY. VALUES ARE INCREASING I RAPIDLY, quarters. Lot 80 by 180 feet.
AND BOTH SECTIONS ARE $ 8000-Business; lot 125 .fe'et on Gsr. days at the very low.price of $1750.00I i i& given special attention, and our lists

ON-CARvLINES AND IN den street. / I contain locations in all parts of tne
EASY ACCESS OF'THE BUSINESS' -DISTRICT. SEE $12000-287 feet on Tarragona St.V I 11 representing 15 of the leading

OUR OFFERINGS IN. THESE LOCALITIES. DON'T will pay S per cent. I I best lOO,:acre farm within 8 Is' the can fully protect you. from the On
$.3500-El?gant home eight applied real estate and short
rooms made on on no-
MISS THIS OPPORTUNITY < 4.\O') Hajne street. miles' of Fensacola, including shingle I Those
V mill and 1 quantity of splandid timber
"$' 2250- -room New Cottage' {new party 'cultivated;' housa;and barn,. syrep ity. SHOW YOU HOW TO INVEST YOUR
( and all mod rn.) I
4509room' V mill and various implementsr if '
$ house North V.
Bijlen. at ,....$1050.00
taken once.
I\" .H"t. '
!> 1500-3-room house (all m ) E. I
Hill.i V 1ernl)* .. .. "{. issued ; & WATSON
Pensacola II ,$ 850-5 rooms (city waterV st f ", :'1'3.-- :: .!:. > Investment Co V A to Thos.: C. Watson Co.
< : Gregory.
5 lots and'6'rOoth tottae.: Revs
I. RENTS COLLECTCD. I and Cervantes. in vicinity where, in less sleep., :1 LEADING REAL ESTATE DEALERS..

A. H. D'ALEHBCKTE. City !Manager. MONEY LOANED. a few .years, will );Ie.worth. double, e 1 I

I $3150.00. T ? _
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W. H. KNOW LES, Preiident. j R. ?. SIMSON! ecre &ry.I I I

J.E. STILLMAN V.-Pres.ml Cen. Manater.> KNOWUS EHK.> Tre urai. LESLIE E. BROOKS "nb LOTS KING & RUNYAN '

No. 701 E: Wright'street,. fronting
Real Estate, loans, General Investments. S. Palafox R. R. and stret 'car line. Rents $10 ON EAST Ageata for the
204J/3\ Fisher
I month.. :_; .". .'. V
BUlldlnll-1 per / -:,:( ; $850.00 Wolverine Marine Engine'V

215 South Palafox Street Pensacola, Florida. .i I Also V

For Sale.FOR ,
.... V -' -!- ,-. -"SALE- ------.--Horse--- harness and wag I 3 rooms- nd I' hall ',including 3 lots S. as THey The Racycle

W. cofne"block 61)). W..K. Tract $750.
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; : on. Wagon almost .new. 2% inch
We carry a Full Line of
WANTEDV HELP WANTED tir WilUake part cash balance on ': 'V' .!J'.f P BRi N.

V I IB -,-- -.-.---- --- --,. .- -. time. Address Box 'V :357> Pensaco'a V ., .. '1 I' west -......51875 General Sporting Goods

wV\rEI-A i few boarders at 318 W. WANTED.7-Men everywhere; good:! .V FIa. : _1.jan3.. I 5 room cottage 'barn; and fruit trees, ; E.
New house. good neigh'iorunhi pay-pabg' circulars ...,.$1350 506 S. Palafox St.
mom tack signs- 3 lotsoa East Hill ,.. rooms
corner. $1950.
FOR SALE.-Full blood Barred Plymbuth' < ,
: !! -ii.u n>'ar car line. 12janlm no canvassing, ttad-. Continental lots, ----
t tI Distributing Co., Ch.cago.; 12Janlw*, Rock, White Rock Fisher FOR .....$2000
and Brown Fowels
\S\NTED-The public to kno\v that N !
Printing Co. has just seurpd -' \WANTED house .Eggs per setting of ((15) $1.00. For a ....$3250 ProessionalDirectoryPATTILLO
I he Ma\ts .maid. Apply at further information adlress PlymouthRock 15 lots in NewcCity. sure 'moneymakers large' ##
a large contract for printing' once: to 229 N. Spring street. lljanlw V Poultry Farm. J..J.. Pope Prop., ,. per lot..' ;. ',.:,,o' ....$25. shade I
lor the goNcrnaicnt. Our prices. aienght I L. Box 8, Bristol 51a., 7janlm The CAMPBELL
md our work better. 12jan.J::! '
\VANTED-.GOOd nurse. Apply at .. t I Two Attorneyvat'Law,
1006 North Bajlen street janlO FOR SALE.-Limited number Fishels 1 city
\\ \NTED.-The public to know that White Plymouth Rock Cockerels $1 Block 296 New City,, .. $700.v bustle 332 Room 405 Tnleaen Building.
old newspapers tin-; oftep for five cents a bundle. They i, and to assist in office work. Give prize wiftn rs. Fresh eggs and poul- '' "- V

rti-f all dean and nice. I I references and state salary expect try 'always ,n stock. Ed M. Pooley.l' V. FOR: ,..RtNT.n.E. .. THOS. PEBLEY i
A'ddress, P., O. Box 174. Pensacola 917 E. Jackson St.. Phono 1121.: .. ,
\\VANTED-Electnc of ah ki td.V V La Rua. ,f .$11 LAW REAL: ESTATE f
L 't us clean! jour fans> repair;; jour| Fla. V5 V. V.V... V 10Jan.WANTEDA 6janlw I 307 )\". Chase street. .. '.. ..'V'.$20 able COLLECTIONS

.\namo ii.j jour wiring etc. P.l?I13 FOR SALE .CHEAP.-One 25x5 ,ft New cottage on W.' Belmont,. all modern mod PALAFOX AND ROMANA.
;,i7'i'. peliauIa! :: Elactric Co.. 205() S.I house boy. Apply at launch with 4-horse power eonveniencescompleted: PHONE 652.C.R.YAEGER.
Ra ,ten I .once to Mrs. Morris Bear 619 N. In first-class order. For engine'l abcniFeb1.. ; :... ,V. ,. i. ..$22.50l
ticulars address P. 0. Box 418. city. -ee'1& NICE
registered :
\NTED First-class V V
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iruggist and pharmacist ants pos-., Men and boys '\\-antel1. t9 learn ISdec.. tVU43N& ,
"---'-- I' I
ition in West Florida. permanent or Plumbing Trade! pays $5 day after FOR ALE.-Barred Plymputh Rock > l i; co. near I

''mpOrarv Address F. Z*:care Jour- (completing] course"' of practical Instruction ,Cockerels from 'prize wInners. ,. $1.00 I ATTORN EY- AT LAW. !

la! 3jan. at ht>tmi,.!)r Ih our 'schools.' : un.,. Large, well,\marked, .good blool: I uiding. ; Rooms, 202 and 234 Thiesen Bid.
Graduates adtfmted to. Union and Also some_.. ood pull'ts. ,Mrs, Lizzie'B. : ASs ; splendid, PHONE 332..
sECO.ND) HAND CLOTHING WANTED Master Plumbers Association. Posi- ., Hughes, .Chlp'ey; !: Fla. Sldeclm*] V SEthTSD'HAtE'WhO$1.' ,locations.
*&t price l-aid' for ge&t'sIothing sitions Kfcured : '
-High Cojne Bros. Co. 2nd t1ona.J,
emIr, Also .s. jU second: hand, Practical Schpols, Plumbing< and FOR SALE.-South. half block 211, street. in large
( St. Louis.. Free Catalog. 107% t et Ion Bay' lew 'Park;' ..also'south .
KODAKERS get Kauffman's prices '. :half of block 212. fronting-'400 Delta Office over D'Alemberte's Drug Stora
((01 developing and finishing. Best ,sized feet 14L1 St. "by 137% feet i # TkE Old Office Hours-9 30 6.
WANTED-Tnree or four "g on on Bay, : a. m. to p. m. 9j
and :
Romana t
and cheapest in citj. at
carrier boys. Apply 'to C. F. Stewart View Park. The only property adjoin1 property Phones 1/74/ and 109.
t'ua OX. 19declmJIST I I Journal .office. ing Bay View Park that' is now Inea'e. RENTS Ai9 f-OtaNS and or Stock -- -

; OPENED.-W. N. Brown. staple, V V V ., The. beautiful vUw down, ;thtf, 3000'A .
and fancy groceries, home and'west-', A-\TED.-Brlght.. young man or bayou and;dpwo the bay:.cannet er be a i'V, residence .
(m beef fresh country: eggs chickens'I I young lady: -.stenographer: : who wants obstructed-. V. Clubbs r 30jly|I W ''11i tv.ery. desir,. V city of TGYATESMD
md tab famous blue grass Kentucky:: a permanent posItion.ddr2ss "Per- able piec.es 'of"; rFOR-M>erty .,on 'our'ToiSale'f : In Milton
'* AUTOMOBILES. am agent for the
hur-r.' coner 10th avenue and Greg: manent. <;ae Journal. 7janlw'WANTED list:' V OPTICIAN
<>rS Phone 1064 14declm' Pope Mfg.Coan caa sell you ,auto* : SALE. NICE I reason ,

I I _-A, good :sUnographer.' AI.I from $500.00 up The. cost less than H block with nifie i. lot of fruit trees 306 THIESEN BUILDINGDIRECTORY
JOB PRINTING of all kinds wanted horses to keep up. They'caa'be"run >;> ment. ,
I dress M. B.. 'care Journal. in own and under feneeew!! City.$1,50
Co., 24 W. 'sand anywhere a' horse > -
in can
by tne Majes Printing or ga tore ,
handwriting. stating experience and I I % ,block. best_.DwUpf East, } illI -.1
(.overnment Pnone 181. Only.the LeslIe!' E. Brooks. .
salary expected* Sldec V I very heaD ":" I
Idee I
Vest of work.
FOR SALE.-10 room house; corner I Best building _location overlooking FOR V VPen

W.\.XTED.-HauUng and transfer WANTED V thoroughly competentand lot. 3 blocks from Palaro ., lot 9fir i Bayou, Texar. 200x137 H ft.. _...$1,500
work Office phone 363. residence experienced:: man to farm place 192 on .%ar line. For particular% to" Good 5 ruom ,house. W. Jackson & acola Lodge No. 3. K. of P. .ill
phoiit 390. Acosta & White 22,28 N. about 6 miles from city.. Address W.,. quire of Standard Clothing CO. 29Jaa: street: .. -- _;, .. __..t,.. ...V$850 meets every :Monday evening at 7:30 ,I
Tarragona St. 25mar., Journal office. 'ISdeclm '" 'a block in New City near Stoddart FOUR o'clock at their temporary Castle Hall
V FOR SALE.- Ice. clean 01d.'newapa..' place.. .. '.'. ...V .,, .. .. .. ..$1500' : over I'ou stable. W. Intendencia St. i!
A\TEU.-Serond band corn, oat Any intelligent person may earn. a : pers at five cents a bundle. This. office Number of good renting. houses that light V ; Visiting brethren cordially welcomed. 'I
and cotton seed meal sacks. Out of a good income corresponding for. twill net. 10 pep. cent ,I West' J. II. BREWTON. C. C. ,
town shipments solicited.; Write us. rewspapeis; no' {canvassing; experience 120 feet by 80' feet corner Romana, 27deq. I r Florida H. HORSLER. K. of R. & S
F S Mellen &. Co. =Omar.W.NTED.Th9 unncce5arr.!! : Send for ,particu: FOR SALE-!! fine display ', case; and 'Alcaniz. Excellent location for V !
lars. "Northern Press Sjndicato. 21 feet long. 8 feet high and 3 feet ;,,.are ouse. Houses now renting reg-- V Ratnbone Lodge No. ,
MerChants I N. Y 5nov6moe. wide. Suitable for almost; any kindo 30. K. of P.. meets every I
Transfer LockporL. ujtflj- for $24 per!! month... .. ...$2500 I
Co. wants your moving and bauUa .I business. Apply to E. 1.... Reese r S } .. and. Thursday evening at 8:00
5 Jan..1IF.pft. gas : o'clock in their temporary 11
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All breakage guaranteed. T. B. Tnor. Will lend a reasonable amount 'ofmoney'
978 : Co. Castle Hall over Pan table -
ten. Prop Phone ISJuneloi. I l
SALE.-"Olds-run-a.bout" automobile at lowest market rate of Interest .. W. Intendencla street
COOK.-Eiperienceichef, '.(colored) for sale caeap Apply C- ty.Covington J.,, on!" any of the above. WA-- ; ; -, Visiting. knights art oor

is open for engagement: ;to,go south DON'TFORCET that I am'kfll' l tuning 1 I Cmso'Idated. Grocery Co.'j3n. '20 S. Pafafox si.Phon ; i ;-- dially welcomed. i
Jan 1. Florida preferred; references pianos. J. Conrad Scott.- '28 E. GoPernment I V 234.:, use J. D. KIRK. C. C. tu j.

'iilQ Address pi. bj Doston letter J. C.. B.,IDdeclm 9 Gran st. Phone-'330. _S'ja'nlw:,: 1 Y (' 'cords 3ocand 6Qc Call on V ent \ : !:: AND C. J. LEVY, K. of K.,k fi. t

DRAYMAN'S ASSOCIATION. 'our agent or write Metropolitan'V Apply :! :: Knights of Columbus. ,

KING te HU\L. contracting painters If you want ,& _good drayman rm.;, Talking Machine Co., Jacksonville. For Sale APAL4\ 'HI- V Meetings of the
and decorators. Fine varnishitu i53. Draj men's' stand corner Palafox Fla. Agents; wanted, JP4eclnt! : :: ST. AN Knights of Columbus
ana finishing Sign pa'ntlng! a spauaitj and Zarragosba Ws will haul baggage -; FOR.SALE: -OR RET.-T.\'o.nlbtera V FOR SALE-A good upright Piano. : are held at their ball .

:-. Residence phone 249.! 29aug. and furniture at the same rate.I' one with capacit>,for 75 Ihoqund ft., A ;bargain at $:00.. Apply to J. J.Hooton. light Bay, No. 8 West Intenden- .j' ..
V N.
hauling. We will lOjanot hlcola.: | cia street, 'on
other every
N\NTED.-All keepers ot poultry to and also any I lucib-r; ihe ,other thirty thousap V J >caipacitj. ? ;.. V : : Monday at .
haul any .load that one man can han reasonable. V
Rates Tl'PUon SALE.-4 house two large
feed room .
wheat. It Is the cheapest fee-I without help within one ralla I FPH ; BOA ; ', :8:30 p. 7:30 o'clock. An In-
dle any Chaffin' & ,. ,
J. A. CQ )tutou.o'la. car
because! It makes hens lay. F. S. the regular price. Wo are reli It or .writo corner lots, near line. on East I Yitatlon i b extended .
Mullen & Co., Phone 334. for and we responsible I } V 31declm. Hill overlooking the l ba}'. A, bargain. \ I *); 'S:8'' p. to visiting Knights i
able drajrien. are '
I ,J. W,. Coons. at Pensaco'a_ Investment
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The We art& !in the business and, are her FOR SALE-One fine'triplicate : due. Ap JOHN D. JONES
new Montana :Market 7th Co. 6Janlw
cor. tnediat.
mirror and 9:1 Sing'V -
plate FOX.
to staj. You can find us from six to French : 1 EDM. Grand Knlgbt.
avenue and Wright street want six. Sewing Ma,calne for.$ate eh tap., Goo} FOR. SALE-one No.. 3 A Eastmans FURr : i Recorder. 1
our business. We handle native and _
Apply,at Falk's koiak bargain Ap ap ly t
21declm J. BELL Mgr. condition., illlllneryi: folding pocket : a out
Western meats, country produce but. 7jan3t.. ... Ply to E. Lr Reese, '124 S Palafox '; : RS. Pensacola: Lodge No. 4, I. O. O. F. .
'". eggs. vegetables etc.. Martin & V t t,etreet., 5Jan Mrs' ; 'Pra14ent..' Pensacola Lodge No. -I. I. 0. 0. F. 1k
\bbott, Props. 13ecIm'WANTEDAll CUT OLOWERSPatterson's Rose- FOR SALE-Beautiful block l la New meets every Thursday evening at 7:30
mount Gardens of Montgomery, has City. Tract No :U:. For : pish $C00' FOlTsALE.-One thoice block on top '- ... at the new hall on West Garden )
kinds of electrical in Pensacola. represented U.McMUlas. (the riJge eagithe electric FOR ;
work. I electrical' placed an agency Apply. to A. House, : street. Visiting brethren cordially
sell all kinds of by Miss Bertie Smith. 616 N. Saue V railway, between 7th and, 8th stre tsNautfe : i. invited. f. G. :SHASON.: : R
aHeneb anj other electrical supplies.: light atain t own
filled for
Barcelona, Orders promptly '-- has favored this section and B. R. WITKOVSKI, Secretary. r:
Whenou need me ring 345 or 955. roses, carnations! and all kinds of other NORMANS PILLS.-Just reve1, cannot be. dupl fat d. :A. Y.Monsyto bS. G ; of the ,
E W Peake new Star Laundry build!.cut flowers. Phone 631.; :OJ-c 55.600 Compound Cathartic. Fof : Elvira! wjl! y REBEKAH SiSTERS.
ng, E. Garden. V V :: 15dec.': sale: at The Alligator and Vet End/! -- -- BAY i! !':any debts' Naomi Lodge No. 10 Rebekah Sisters -
Saloons_ ISaovloj Loan: Eu ('said vese!. 'meets every Monday night at
i '
ANTED-A\. R. Bingham wantaj. TAILORING. i:.. Diamond, Tailor. JUST RECEIVED-Large- stip'tneit'jimported clean S,, I 8 o'clock in I. O. O. F. HalL VisitIng -
vour moving and hauling. He guai i'V Gents' clothing! cleaned 'pressed and! : Olive OIL Retail bY".pint' MONEY; "1O LOAN.--On real estate or S15-3 ; : Captain. sisters cordially invited to be pres..

enters all breakage. .Phone...,... 630. I repaired on short notice. No11H gallon or larger qu nUt). G 'hiorl..dg '.. other sufficient security, by ,appl). Prop 9jan I ent. MRS S. DeTHAYER.
-- --- Fla. _
"ft\\TCD.-Everjbody to take dinner i I I West Government St. Pensacola. :. Co., ship cbl\ndIers.anQ' grocer: 701 ing to Thos... Pebluji,.cor. Palafox and _. ._ MISS MAMIE FHEEMAN. Secretary.M. .

at the Southern Hotel 9de Idee. : V V t South! Palafox.V a : : '4oct,; Komtna. up gtalra.. If V- l7noT-!R. FOR- E. B. A. No. 81. meets first as!

;; I I- SAILMAKER' .: iiALE--lnli: 4 >'ountr Boar.:pUs V ';MONEY TO LENDO,good real "e* I captain ot I third Wednesday evening at 7:30 p.
rRT HOUSR: DYEING, Pressingand of Florid tgtb Security.*or"oa good collateral. I n'w ; m. Rafford Hall So 10. West Inten-
n" J, H. PORTER ..sailmaker, 716 South sired by Duke $8923:: out, I Ude will
Palafox 'LesiieE.
anins: Club 118 N. at lowest rates. Brooks..\ I dencia street.
Baltimore.: :
for of
taken ot Orphan i 5S514.
SI street. Orders for debts
V Mrs T. J. Davis. Prop. Your pat--I, Palafox with Flshtr .buildtng*. r 'V '2ij.an A. G. FELLS Pres.J .
and All guaranteed registration" and
stools ,hqusa of
ronagp !solicited! ; satisfaction guaran-,i nts..a\tniDg, camp : crew L. SWEENEY. Sec
Carl S M.illlEY. LOANED 'on
tePf careful attention gleladies', cots. etc Prices .reasonable :31Jn. pedegrees) tterllnd.Cblpley; any and all Ro V
"rm'nrl.! Phone 1222. 3declmj! ----- -,--- ---- Fla. 'V ?6no;: klrida of peraona.: property payable: ord : V A i, W. O. V/
V weekly or montniy WheQ You need No. 1 W. 'J. W.
FOR SALE.-Nice. clean aewspjirj cafe- Captac.I Lire Oak Camp ,
educational for salt Only 5c a bundle. They]! mon-.y. see m.' J. A..Wilson. 22% W. i meets In Pythian Hall 1st and :3rJ
:Government street* Salisbury bulld'.nroom : : in each month. Vlsitlnji
wrapping piper, and ar
will mike good I
LOST I "Holidays 7. 2de: Invited.
1 MUSIC.-After the of pupils lust the! thing to put under mattlnJ.RUBBER.8TAMP <_ { I i i sovereigns cordially
I accept a Ilmitsi number "V MONEY LOANED on all kinds of par ot F. A. BOGHICH.
LOST- String of gola' beads either!i on the fo lC'win.j instruments Violin! $ 'V \'I sonaf property >' on. short notice.' FOR ; { Command.-: LESLIE E. BROOKS. Clerk.
instruments of 3 inches.
all brass 15c line .
I Clarinet and per {.
!I" Opera House between there Cel'o. V TernU easy. J-tV-. Bnllard npstairi I ; !lgh Tern.V t-': ; --
..1ldE'n'e or toi'V V except: elide tromboneili DAVIS NOVELTY',WORKS :&Y.I Soutb, ?alafox! St., ?hone 1144.. V m. Friday. \V O. W. C Oak Grove, No.4.
for return [
Reward E.
V Music fur- 1111 fl: 1
$'aiafo last
puplls resld-faces Phoae 1222. ; Woodman' Cfrc'e meets Thursdayof
South *' teach at |I' 1 Snot In Red
Ba\len ftreeU Jant1wJsiT7 band or or Order 1UU.lnov. : J' VV : ab 3"30 2d floor
nished for all occasions, :., You can 'by 'I; .soj urn- each month at p. m.
orders at the. UNLIMITED amount ot money toioan I Pou's stable, In
: : ehestra. Please. leave rttonI1 In.- Pythian Hall, over on
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white : I ..
dog with .
ge r" : personal
Music Housf; or' at my per V ; lea alI kinds oft property V A. R ; .. --. tendencia street. Visiting sovereign
J4r.':aikpots; answers to name of. Clutter' aSdress: Navy Yard Pensa. r9R.LFQ; .JIENT New, modern! .: Special.rUa to.ibtsJtss.men on TargIcani t ; $ : .-. .-:' cordially Invited. MM W. A. Smith,

V V .M ,Finder, 16 please S. Tarragona' return.. to strse, E.Qretnma't :,I cola.manent Fla.Navy P. Fr. Ehlers., Bandmaster.near fw>cars.-slory, ,A.six'C.-room'ouse BinkI2i., ,,'I.East...! Hill. .I-'l South Palafox.The New York Loan Co.:204%i St. ,..R.CC, "j ,'a,. clerk; Mrs. M, B. Olsen, IU&r41aL

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TO BE ,WELL .. lPO'NAGE'CASf I [ E ICTOREIS 4 : ANI ; .*oU-Jj "V .' .McMillan TURPENTINE Bros.' STILLS.Co.JIThere!I Not a Husband or Father M

: DRESSED MEANSADVANCEMENT. whiskcy In existence to-day1' but would be relieved to know his

I S Manufacturers.MOBILE. j S loved ones ,woulr be provided for should he be .su 'de

NOW BEING INTERESTING : "tore's looting: 1atyo" t, ALABAMA. I ly 'called by the death angeLA ""

: V 'S I Policy in The Equitable Gives This Assurance

V How many times has T TRIED ONE ; ,I MA.R/ETS _
some one been advanced I' : .
V. CJ above you? True, he has. I ) good cheer : ; I Insura ce,. KnowIesBros. Gen'l Agtsfirc
been promoted' for his :\ 'V .Naval. Stores.
ife p
V J ;
uk ensa ob
L knowledge of th3 business -V"r' -th I and I 1- 3Tjnn4h'Ga! ., Ja'D..l1.-The naval I
: but if jou como scores'msrKetf c'cs.d follows:i __ -_
; ; today as .1"; -w_ --
V V right down to V the point H. V.Patrick, of f JacksonCounty,,.,, Colonel! Holz, of the; Salvation ,, satisfaction. ; 5- WW.. ?, V., ., .......S .........600 4-___ _
his personal appearance -- WG;. .., ..;v. .. ............575 .. ;;: -
' had a great deal to do Has Been Arraigned Upon Army Delivered Excellent t 1 'when N.... '.;.. '.... ..._ .... ,..,5 50 &
-1 with it. The wcll-diess- you"drinlc 31r' .,. ,. ,.:, .. ., ,...........3: 00 : S ,K J NeAOO i A y

ed man demands respect 'Serious Charge.JI : V Address.On V -': I : VV. K..... .......$>,.. .....V ....., ....450 S g; Iron Works Supply I ItfaBBfacturers
1. and are the social and Co.
many .1 .. ,. V't'". .. ... .. ...:3 l 90 to 4 05
k V and businesR favors > fl.S..V... ,. .. ..r..3 4> (: and
shown him on account of V 1'trjcha turpentine opera S "old joe IG, .. .. :.,. .. .. .. 3 33 to 3 40 RepairersofMACI4U'4ERV y
: his personal apI arance.OUR.SUITS i tor 'f of the most inter sUn! ; and J*. .. AND BOILERS JFORCINGS. ;
residing in the northern portion I, ... .?. ..... .. ..330to335:
of Jackson ,. instructive lectures delivered in Pen particularpleasing! -betaU 5, ., .. MILL AND STEAMSHIP SUPPLIES &
county, was yeateiuay ar V ,V .. ..3 25 to :3 30 ; S
; : raigned in the United States court,,{ thc srcola I Salvation upon the Army work andjnethods\ of it's alvraj"s.good--eflonnouslypopular. JD. ... .. !. ... .. ... ..... ..3 23Q. ; :1 STEAMSHIP REPAIRS A SPECIALTY g

:a- 1 t AND OVERCOATS JUdge tho Charles wajnc presiding, upon :I!; list nig'Jt by Colonel ucla was of rner'CJeve- | :.. ." ., -...,:": ... '" .......3 23C3ic. :; 'VSpirtTcrentiae t4..i V Prompt attention'gien to all orders day.or night Agent, 2U
; chaise of peonage. This was V V S : James McKay & Co.'a celebrated: Los and Timber "
for Dogs alia,
land O. lie with number of other full!
a n-e convtnitnt packagimoderate
i one of the .. :rc
V most Important caSS comI of all descriptions. H
are made by: the best ins ''Before h'gh! officers in the :service spent the price-sold.everywhere"b.&b" t:: V Chains
V I the court during the day 9 Office Phone 123.. PHil. WITTMAN i
. clothes manufacturers in afternoon and night in the-city, being S AUSLEY & CO.'S REPORTS Mgr.
I In fact
Woccupred nearly all day: anda I .i Residence! P' one 1029. P. O. Box 123. S
America, are right up-to- I large, number of witnesses ut-on an !inspection tour. : : .: .. .. V !VOOf'Cctton1 Market
were examined .. .. j. .
: tote in style and fully The lec\ura delivered At the -'- % cac %trtK nn3C .t u txt 3 :t3K eAUSIEY
: V ... t> but when: court adjourned 1;; waaf : S. Ckwaeb.
4 guaranteed. For the mad !had not been Palafox Methodist! church, '. and thecolosej -- .-- : .J In..l'' .. ,. ',.......,..C.01.j.
I V who wants the most for I It Is alleged! ccmpletcd.I th& .- Patrick prevented l I has? &ls.hb topic: : '"Lights and .---- = -- .7 ---.... : i.. ?...._,.,..8C4M 'i ............. ..................................-

?, his money our $15 Suits ; parties who were Indebted to him Shadows of Salvation ,Army Warfare" A GENTLEMAN'S TASTE V''IS' BEST fw-Apr.r I:.,*,*,.....807Aprl :
and Overcoats will be 1 from leaving his place until they can- He handled his subject I in a most masterly -:\ tj ?..,,.?.. ?. T sure to please and sat I cellei this indebtedness that the manner. and althoujb: his con: SUITED WITH ..A .. U11..JU'1.....,-.-.;......i....... ,... ........G..s i & COMPANY i
-I isfy. charge of and out of this.I yrtgaticn was not !lai'se,. owing to the Jenej.lr...._....... .................,._...6.H
-, I peonage grew incletneni weathor.: ) those, who: were Jnlf'A a.n"C"..............:...... 8.15 ,
V White I Other Cases. listened to his remarks with i CERTIFIED CHECK{ Anarsit-Seprrnbr .........................608 :
. : The John Store '! Other crises to be tried and sentenced ranch present Interest. V ,: P1'ternbe.: -o(9ber .........V

during abe day were; Sc .(;/GA{ OJto..;h''mbdl' ................ ........... i S COMMISSION BRaKERS \fi
b tf V Specialist ,.. IHen'a Wear j Charles Campbell fighting upon the Colonel Holz, who is In: charge t>f S: tl6vt'mr.ltU'-Duot.-tnber ..........:....... ....... V ,
l,naval reservation,, $5.00 and costs.:; the entire south went into the workof All the qu litlc! ,aoff1aroraro- Dt*'emler-;JA nary ........ ..................._ '
. ,.. 505-507 S. Palafox Street. I, Chester Gr.cn, fighting upon tho the army 'deeply,,and showed how ma, color I and gooa*. material. V-is XrtTerpcol: Snow, 6.11 i 11 WEST INTENDENCIA STREET, PENSACOLA, FLA. it |
-: naval reservation $5.00 and costs. the army had assisted tljbse! who were I embodiaa ln.it -'
V Phone 225. I 'Jesse Berry, selling\ liquor withouta unable to help themi lve l),how me-.A. Greenhut '& Co.
license $25 and-cobts. chan, \cs: put of employment been V York' Cotton Market.. t Private Wires N. Y. N. 0 and Ii I
C. F. Hill having a still in his possession -J rr9u for and'given employment S DISTRIBUTORS.HENSACOLA .' O.wo 'HU Low .Cose,' ,,, Chicago.
.k'i.-..... ......
-11.35 11.35 1121 11.21
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days in Walton county and the manner which poor ".FLORIDAArrived. : .;
V ,I asalated.I I! .. ternary...,.?,;.,.;.'. .....-. .....
COMPLETE LINE jail. lis in large cities were M Area....- ,:_.11.;.:! lug 11.:;!. .*11..t!: .COnONSTOCKSGRAINPROVISIONSandBONDS; j jf
Ben Taylor selling liquor -withouta I'| He dwelt upon the rescue homes. April,..,.... ,:...? ...... I i....* ui.., I !
; license, $25 and V ost&. < for. fallen]] women and I stated- that'during : Stif.... .,,...,...'..114) 11.67 11.SO 1141Joae. i : \ \

FANCY GROCERIES. Ike Henderson entered a 'plea of: the past :rear morethree' SHiPPING__ "Nrw ..,,........... j..,.} ,.. .... BOUIIt' Sold S S for Investment.
1 guilty to the charge' of selling liquor i thousand! women ofythis class nau'iI JjUr............116! .11.TJ 1150 11.5..1 i : antI: on Margin or

> without a license Henderson during I ben cared for ninety per cent of i iI 4.u'wt.....,,..,, .UJ 11.41 11.S9, : 11.38 I \

V Sunbeam Asparagus the past ,two years has been before whom were 'now in the service of the' evmbcr........ .... ..... .... ..... Reference: First National and Peoples Banks. Phone 5
I Premier String and Lima Beans the city court upon the same charge.I army. -- October.,... ...;.. ..... ..... ..... .... i 1173 .

V ,Premier Lobsters The musical program was very- interesting aov'snber.-; ; ..... S ..... .....1 ....................................................i
Premier Pineapple. 'Imperfect Digestion. Pecernuor:, .. ... ... .. ...., .... ...
I : Miss Holz and .Adjutant : : : :: A .
Auguste --- ---- ----- -- ----
Aust ss. Hreglich 1777, AttW lor: : U BUMw < '
French Jlushroons.Premier Peas. Means less nutrition and In consequence Goodall rendering a .number of solos New Orleans to Gulf Transit Co. .- Orleans bpor.s gpota 110-18, .................................................... I Ii

V less vitality. When the liver Due Culgini Ital ,bk 125
4, V ;. Edam Cheese.PlUm Pudding, fails to secrete bile the blood be omes The Origlr ,I. Genoa to order. } S V: V Chicago. : Grain Market. i V :
loaded with bilious properties the di. Sailed. V HOT WATER AT
T McLaren's eheese (in Jars) gstion bercmes impaired and the Foley & Co., Chiciigo, 4 originated :: V V Wheat. ,
Quarrydene; Br ss for Havre. .
V And all other Premier goods. bowels consdpated.,' Herbine will rectify Honey and Tar as a throat and lung : Open High Low ClosaJmy. : Ii
: Bowes Fancy Florida Syrup in bot I. remedy ned on account! of the great Msy._.._......t7 8S i b73 i & ,
this It the
gives: toae to stomach
: ; '
' V merit of VESSELS P3RT. ....... 1 tI3 ls4 h4 :
. ties V liver and kidneys strengthens the ap- and popularity Foley's Honey ,3teamships., '., :" i i A MOMENT'S NOTICE. :
Tar imitations offeredfor
Everything first-class and up-to-date. tetite cleans and Improves tha complexion and many are V
,. infuses new life and vigor to' the genui g. These 'worthless imitations Antiqua Br ss Witten. 1875 Vera ; V Corn. (

the whole F\stem. 50 cents a bottle. have similar-- sounding names. Cruz to mast r.- *r- V S Open Hick Low Close t. With a gas and water hot water Is always. on the top i t
East Hill Gro. Co sold' by all druggists. : Beware of them. The genuine' Foley's August Belmont, Br ss, 2967 Savannah -I Hay...........45 fi <3 45 fi :
Honey and Tar is in a yellow pack to Gulf Transit Company: :JI1lr_........ % 4 45S 41 S There is no delay at the last moment. As a detoce .

V M. F. BOWES Manager.. I age. Ask for it and refuse any substi Cayo Bonto. Br ss... Wid-gery, 2213, V i It is small. occupies, : but smol space and is attractiein : \

MEW OFf ICERS tute. W. A. D'Alemberte ,druggistand London to Gulf Transit Co.Chatburn. i New YorK Stock Market appearance, ,Vrtll be ';Jad to show anyone how it :

, PHONE :212. apothecary. V V Br ;ss:florae,t225. Huel-. ,-..:' V V Open Close : 'Works who will call! at our office. .
Ya to-tlulf Transit Company.: Southern Pacific.. ..........._ tai4' 69Ooypcr .
----- ----- ARE ELECTEDBY Exmoor Br ss, tonebouse, 2293 ...................:.._ llO i 111*:; : 'S If V 5
REVIVAL SERVICES AT Bah la Blanca to order. a: A. 8.U.:..................... 15'H} I61 i :

GADSDEN STREET CHURCH I Gamma, Dutch, ss.uTeensama; 133, Atch.......................... 944 0 >4
West Hartlepool to order. AR ..,......................, 164 163 iB \
OAK GROVE CIRCLE NO 4, Good Br' t ;B T.........' .............. '$9. 89% l Pensacola Company
1I A casual worshipper happened in at! Cardiff Hope ss; Harding 308, I B,A O........'.-.'.............. 1U1, 114}; .
W. O. W., AT _A RECENT the Gad aen: Street church .yesterday; to'Gulf! Transit Company. j Erie.......................... 4b* 484!
morning at the 10 o'clock service' and Mane Ger ss. Schoeder, 891 West C.T.I........'............... 68'i fiiM,. t Phone 148. 24 and 27 E. Garden Street. t

1- MEETING.At found an old-fashioned revival in Hartlepeoi toPensaeolaCofla. u. 8-......:..;............... 4a'-4 443tfU. 4 4

progress which refreshed his Jpirits, pany.V. V V .8., preferred.......,...... 107 ICTJi t*****.*.****..**...*....**************....*********:
- PflEPAID rightly.! Rev. ll C. "Brouscoenb, of Nyassa. Br ss,- Baker, J786 Vera R.S.-.r.: ...-........._...... 87. 88V.
a recent of Oak Grove Talladega Ala., is a persuasive and I! Cruz to F_O. Howe,&.Company.Tertla .AN..,.,:.-................. 152*; 133!i ,
Circle meeting eloquent "preacher. He will do a'' Ger,ss, )Martinson 1396 Las Lead. ...f...?......... .... H'li 65>. HALL COv
No. 4, Woodmen of the World, great work for the citizens of East Palmes. ,. (.. .1-..:" I.e -......,......;.............. 1753 4 1117. : B. L. &
officers to sene during the year were Hill on' 'spiritual lines together'with Queen Christina; By'BraKe; 'Mit .......,.. ................ J 14'4: WILL FOR SIXTY DAYS
chosen as toliowGuardiandra the efficient and faithful 'Rev.F. Hamburg to older, Z8ot'f Cin.Paa.=.................... 175 175 V SELL
L. Langford. pastor D f N.r.C ..........;......;;.... 15dr.. 134 '
Magician-Mrs. Frank Boghich. A. Rogers. It: lit to _be hoped that Vivina.Span ss. Bustinza,,.19 3, Liverpool FOUR FULL QUARTS
C Advisor the citizens of Psn&acola generally to Gulf Transit Co. V r rhJps. P.0 ... 101;i ioi>i .. F'...
Mrs. .0
Fannie Whitmer. B'D'O..,,......... 144 144H
Clerk-Mrs. N. B. Ousley. V will avail themselves of this golden .. str,...-,.;....-........ ...... 1as .; 18;%
. Dor. Banker-Mrs. Clara ElaTidge.) opportunity to draw closeta God and Avon Ital'ship, Avegno 1601, Genoato 1<.I.,......,................... 4 ZE-. THE CROWN OF BALTIMORE PURE RYE WHISKEY.FOR .
Attendant-Mrs. Rowland. strengthen their faith In ills great Rosasco Bros.M : n....-,.-.v... 37,fi STJi
V; I. DELIVERED FOR Inner Sentinel-Mrs. Mary Smith. cause. 1 Elvira Port .ehip.'Rodnques .1488. T.C. L.'._.4. 151 15S7, $3.SO.
Outer Sentinel-Mrs. Ollie Lehr. Services every mornlngand.even'J Lisbon to order. : tVnua., ...?... li4 145
t o Managers'-Mrs., Rose Barrow Mrs. ing at 10 o'clock ) Ruby Nor ship.; Erikson: ,' 1333 V London 1StF.:.: ...,....................... Uj 166-% Other brands rock-bottom; prices. You get your

V John Pfeiffer and Mrs. Walter Lang- ther notice. May there be-alargeat.I to Southern States. Lumber Co. goods the same day' order is received. Give us a trial
tendance much good done is the I V
ford. ana': V airs*. -, V Ausley &. Co.'s Daily Cotton Letter. order. B. U HALL & CO. Quincy Fla.
desire of ,
Armenia Nor bk Nielson 1168. I
# New York Jan. 11.
CHAS.BLUM&CO. WELLrWIiHEILBUILDING : -Liverpool came, .. .
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Soothes Treen McKenzie 'OJ =
itching skin. Heals cuts or to Oerting & Co. considerably better than was expected

V 517 AND 539: WZST::: BAY ST., burns without a scar. Cures piles Bauffshlre. Ital bk,.V ilarchese, 88S t this morning,spots being 4 points higher -

JACKSONVILLE FLA. eczema, salt rheum' any itching. Genoa to master V V I while contracts were advanced 5 to: NEW
f V Doan's Ointment. ,Your druggist sells TRADES Edna M. Sraiiu,.,Br bk, Rice 736, I e-BalkeTables
it. Leith to order. V (18 points Thepot! sates} in the Ensllsh -! .FivBBruns |
V market were 12,000 bales, the best I
There will be a joint meeting of Killeena, Dan bk Pedersen 765 <
ESCIMBIA OYSTER DEPOT. Locals Xo. 71 and 107: and,459 January Bahai. f \'i lln' many weeks showing conclusively POOLPARLORS ., Everything
1f.lllbbors, After AU. that the Up-to-Date.
IS) 1906 at Local No..74 hall VV spinner has commenced to replenish
.4 Business Nuraberg.Nor bk. Birkson,, :.1101.
Phone bad told the visitor
1210. The wealthy man hU badly depleted stock. I
of Chilsdansand to AJ Zellus : '
importance. I I
V 14 Ease Government Street.
.j t V
V Fine Pardido Bay Plant who was soliciting money for foreign I ,
and Escamfela L. REDENBACIC Paolino. Itaf'bk.. Lairaqua., "lU6.liotterd.n'.toRosa4co There la a growing belief that the .
Oysters reasonable prices. missions that he, preferred to help the Business Agent.. Bros. t. .. ,. strict'y! professional element heayily I] J. A. BILLINGSLEY Prop.
; heathen next door.. "I want what I ProTidenza, Ital bk, Olcese 1185, ehort of., the market and hammers. ,

C.Tabarras&Co. give to benefit my' neighbors" said he. Genoa to master.--- ...-.- -.. V ;, prices on: f'nrYllndlcaton: of an}.thing!

The Philadelphia Ledger says the vis Pruno Ital ../ in1212. AP> like a good 'advance in prices. This -- -- -

H itor's face took on a look of mild inspiration. Morris Dannheisser :1 werp to order.. j p : I mayor may not be true, but certainly! .:.say nothing of the increased. consump1 -' I

: Soars da Costa, Port bk, Maraaln, ., everything points. to Us being a fact'I II '1 I lion by. .European and V 'Continental :vcrc>: C> :D
"Whom )do' you regard as your (Formerly Dannnekser Bros.) 604. Rio Janerto t iH./Buns &: Co. I ana If It Is,- In* market is in 'a much! i iI |I spinners. We know the mills must

neighbor*?"'.be asJsed. Pure Old Rye and, Boyrbon, Fine!i!I' Venadis Nor bk, Pettersen, Maran-,I stronger? position' technically than we, buy American cotton and eventually All kinds that you want.

To the ManHunting "Why. th se- aronnd me." Wines ,Beer and ';Tobacco. <; Lan to order.: I ISchooners. bave". heretofore.thought. I III' I must absorb every bale of cotton the f
I' "Do you mean those whose land Joins : II'V Mexico: Canada and Japan are taking i south i produces. [
Hickory Whiskey My Specialty ; Calumet, Am 'scb. Guptol. 1094. Baltimore OAK AND PINE
yours?" 12 order. V : mote of, the raw material tha'i i,: AU eyes are turned upon New Or-
W. Zarragoisa Street
' -Well-yes! PENSCAOLA. FLORIDA.V J>, H. Rivers Am ech, Peck .f63. I ever before.and American sp'nncrs: arc hans toJaj, where the bis: convestionj'
A "How much land do yon bold. ?" V Guantanamo "order. V /,/ increasing their onsumpion: daily to of the cotton interests me cheaper than you:! can buy

"About 500 fccres." .-- .-, -, William. Yerkes Am1 Ech W dc. p. m. The impression seems to prevail it anywhere. Any size y 011
"And how far, through the earth do i iI'! J211. orfoIk. f :" that t ere will be some strong I II S want.

V you think yoiownr' I 'bull I cards, turned during this meeting 1
. ComfortableShoe "Why j've never.tnpught of it before, i 1. but: we hardly think it can have much t G. SEWELLPhone
but I suppose I own half way down." For Polite V 0 Handsome I :i effect upos the average professional
I Ii
i trader. This. fame convention met a
r "Precisely said the man who was '\ 614.
year ago and'' pledged tire farmer 101
: soliciting aid. with an air of calm trl- S Premiums, For .
; reduce his '25 cent and .
acreage :per -- _- --
I umph. "I supposci you do. and want I III r
I I I I government's figures on ..acrtageii !
II I[f this money for your neighbors at tho i Correspondence i showed a reduction of only :3.3 per: Marine Co.
Cafe De Monde Grocery
, I I[I'other side pf the world-the'men whose 1 cent on an average, The talent will(

land adjoins yours at the bottom." ; I II [,hardly pay much attention to any aCe i ilion ,
"You're a ready reckoner" said ,the quality and' CorrectneSs [ this convention may take, but jt( V 604, 606, 603 610 S. Palafox St
V Wo unhesitatingly recon ,I< millionaire dryly, but.he drew his check: II are the {wo', principal I Coffee Wrappers. !' has bad the effect of making an ex-j Phone 725. a
features which Interest
V I mend the REGENT. We've !! book toward jiim.I : tnose buying ''correspon i c; edingly dull1 market today and I1ke- V. J. VIDAL Manager.
ly tcmorrow until the trader finds out;' ,
I sold them for years and deuce stationery OurBox I Cnfe da ,Monde Coff Is of j
I pUlnbtrttrd.They I what is done and estimates its effect]
each month the I unusual ftje flavor ar.d:! aroma. '
sees number TO
tell a story In Paris of Pierre upon ti?
It : I ,
brws fit for
the -
V of sales Increase. Of I cup" : gods There never has been a season !in EAT.
Wolff, the dramatist, nephew of AlbfortWolft' !
Paper : V
I Received
thfs! but ,' i which so many distniding factorsof :
V course can mean the critic and sworn of "
enemy I in CDffe& It1.:0:1: will save 'Jhe I Iwfal'p LuncS
: : [all kinds have prevailed, and th? Halibut: Chunks Halibut Quick
one thing that they givea the manager ,Antoine. When Pierre r? >ou will be on'yj
given I \ 50 kits of fancy MackereL J1.2i;; pitkit.
: at 25 35 [ sender is: that vainer have been BUg.
comfortable housing to took his first piece to AntoIne it ras accepted handsome ry-ouums. IJo' .
I rfsined! BO well lathe facs of all .of,! V
the' foot look well and on,condition that he should put II I Ask us for li-jt. this. We believe cotton has 4>eea'' 50 kits Salmon; ?f.2S: per kit
Into It "as much as possible( of everything I t TWENTY-FIVE CENTS 50 kits halibut fins, $1.25 per kit
well. This shoe and5Oc. marketed freely ali this
wear .J season. :,
that$ abominable to unc'!< "' ', Cod and Soan-i
I your \ of Tongues
50 kits
question Is one that Nvlll the critic this with such ..;, I WARRANT. for the ,arrestof': tais wo 4APOUND. )i when the spinners of thu world really i kit
He dii
t man. V DOVE BRAND | there Is no more to andjracUcally )! J1.25. per
hear Investigating. l: good will that to .scatfdalizfMl his uncle I I possess lhee' -,_. uticain WIrer "thri'aV )) fl'Dlak. Spningsj 5- j ant ed abs'ohitely f LARD pure. gsar-and, i none held back, cope there will be such :i ia V Bloaters. Milkers and Roes. Hcrrhll.Codfish .
the public, the stage firemen the dressers I the. highest degree Pickled! Salmon. Dill Pictlei
V Florida; 125.00; reward Icr. the chill- tike' Dove Brand; Hams. Is the rush to buy their supplies that will1
the prompter and 3!. AntoIne himself We have ,other l3* I Fisher! MonroeDoaglaw: This .wom?::f'1 best of, Its' kind. 'lf' you want drive prices higher than they have, German Sausr Krout.
who went about at rehearsal rub- Papers tin) to $4.50 ,jgni Pigs Feet in kits $1.00.
Florence Wood kidnapp'ad him frcm PURE LARD, Insist! on DOVE been sirce the Civil War. We are, Cake
bing his hands and saying. "One cannot ;I and>5.00. envelopes also: bulk'aI*t paper any I Freeport. ;:IJ.: on' the-,nigh.f, of September .I BRAND, .InS: and 10-b.! tins.! fully confident that the much higher, Manewal Biscuit and Co's Lange's Fruit Fruit Cake, -Se

g$ too fart and no one shall keepme I wUhCOB'S ,6thrl$05. ',ThelrtiH laB jearsoU, V Some S.TfcUlt' in Peters' Milk prices wll} have to come anJ the only i National

0. ANSON from petting In'the advertisements :I price you fair skIn libt 'hair.' Me! uppr fore-' .l Choioat! .-5., 10 15 20c thing nfcessary Is to exercise pat-1} per We rcund.handle the celebrated blends S

Hi 'Play by- Pierre Wolff nephew, of Albert ,,, > tetth rotted! off;; \ery:'plump, weight, : nce. The south has matters In its' Coffee roasted by the Gulf City Cole
.' I, V bout :5Q 'TfO'v-tirlslit child. affords wait '
Wol! When the dramatist calledon pbundjC; own hand and can to for! Co., H. P. Chipman. Manager.
his uncle.Albert shouted* "Miserable! Expenses' paidVboth" '.deliveringj! what they know must'Inevitably com Oaxaca 35c lb.; Gold Standard. :S-

1 CASH CLOTHIER, i iI If I had a fortune I'd disinherit your! I I'Dlsnhenitm child to DeFunlak. : Springs.;JftK' ,In "LAZ JACOBY There has never ben a time during'l'lb; Diamond Blendy, 25c lb; GoJdfa!

: I ,all the same,":suggested -!': Bookstore dltion'to the |.25'geird." 8.1'i the ,present season when short ssl'lngwas Rio- 20c lb.Strictly V

.Cercsr Palafox! and Main. the nephew"It; will advertise me." ,. V .W-'AI DRucds. 'V -S THE POPULAR GROCER! more dangerous than at thepres- fresh roasted and as gool

/ have 213 SPaafoiStrifl' Father of the ent moment. We ,think any man who Coffee, ,sold, In .this city,
1j "Very well .then. I nothing to (, I 14 W.;. Garden St. Phone 183. B- any i
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L Chit.-I sells cotton short at 11 cents wIll 1111% G
go SlDdIs orders and we
leave, so I won't leave It to your' I 7Janlm... !
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