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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 17, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
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VOL IX. NO. 14. PENSACOLA, FLORIDA WEDNESDAY JANUARY 17. '1906. '
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AESIGNT1ON[ Of CONFERENCE ON MOROCCODelegates : MILLIONAIRE. MERCHANT, : JURY. DRAWN T HE PHilIPPI 1 4 S




MARSHAL FIELD IS DEAD SAVANNAH


NGEY M.EPEW 1 I TARIFF DIllPASSED


Called to Order and Seventy-Two Talesmen Summonedto
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Welcomed at Algeciaras 1 .I t Passed Away in New York. After in
Greene-
i? STRENUOUS FIGHT AT x & (SENATE DISCUSSES & Appear

*- ENGLISH, ELECTIONS : Illness'of i". THE RATE QUESTION. *I
Yesterday.DUKE Days
Eight
ny 'I ---- Gaynor Case. i
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By Associated Press. ;: Pneumonia. X By Associated Press. '-'-

London Jan 16.-The feature -, a: i' Washington, ;Jan. 16.-The &
I OF ALMODOVAR, THE SPANISH i of '" Senate unexpectedly *
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to-day's elections was n i' today
SraciiettResolution Again Brought PRELIMINARY GROUNDS DESPE-
8 FOREIGN MINISTER i.the fight of John Burns, the K; #- found Itself considering: the Provides for Free Trade With the

UNANI- # labor leader, to retain his seat. M Most Successful and Greatest f- railroad rate question in a dlst RATELY FOUGHT BY COUNSELFOR i
York
State
New
U Up p in the MOUSLY ELECTED CHAIRMAN- ;: He was returned by a majority a 4 cussion participated in by Sen. oft- United States After AprilII j'

'Sr of eighteen hundred. Among f.; r, ators Foraker, Spooner, Bailey, itr DEFENSE AND JURY IS ORDERED .
Senate.ASCATHING ACTIVE DISCUSSION BEGINSTODAY. Kthe nationalists returned was sti I Merchant of Generation., and Clay, led by Senator Ful4 t 1909. ;:
A- James O'Connor, who was ';,: i- ton. The trend of'the controversy FOR TRIAL TO BEGIN ,

&- prominent in the Fenian movement 4 % was all toward the point d- THURSDAY MORNING.By .
I !f and who with Odonovan FORTUNE ESTIMATED AT FROM $*' whether congress has the right -;: '

SPEECH V Rossa was convicted in 1865 of ';$ ?. to delegate authority to x."ii. VOTE OF 258 TO 71 1
By Associated Press m treason and sentenced to seven at ONE HUNDRED AND FIFTY frates and whether the courts vft .

Algeciaras, Spain Jan. 16.-The del I .*.* years penal] servitude No seat 4 TO TWO HUNDRED MILLIONS- may determine what is a reasonable Associated Press .

egates to Moroccan conference were.I i: has been found for Balfour, ;;;. *. rate. *I Savannah: Jan. 16.-The Green

Delivered by Mr. Brackett in Sup' comed called to b>order the Duke at noon of Almbdovar today and,wel the SURVIVED BY SECOND WIFE, : C 4 I Gaynor tuous length case has over at last the drawn preliminary Its tor- Result' Reached After Most Strenuous .. :'


port p of Measure.RESOLUTION proposed Spanish by foreign the German minister mission He,13 for -WHOM ONE HE DAUGHTER RECENTLY. MARRIEDAND grounds which have been desperately[ Day of Session. )

permanent chairman of the conference fought by counsel for defense, to tae

which was seconded b>' all the CONVENTION[ OF ;.'. PREVENT THE point where a jury has been ordered
DEFEATED BY VOTE, delegation He was unanimously drawn i GOODS OF PHILIPPINE GROWTH '

elected and the conference adjourned By Associated Press: .
TO 1 THE DEMOCRATSNOT Six deputy marshals'were sent out OR PRODUCT ,ADMITTED
OF 34 J FREEj
until tomorrow. The conference de- New York Jan. 16-Marshall Field, t

VOTING-DEPEW ARRAIGN. cided to begin with a discussion of thsurveilance the millionaire Chicago:-' merchant this afternoon. with summonses for I OF DUTY EXCEPTING SUGAR

!' of contraband arms and UNITED MINEIORKERS. died at' four o. lock; this afternoon at 'DRAIN.ING G OFE seventy two talesmen, who are to report -I
ED IN VIGOROUS TERMSSUM.MARY then take up ihs question of financial' on Thursday morning I I TOBACCO AND RICE-GOODS
reforms. the Holland House after an, eight days
Of SENATOR BRACKETT'S illness of pneumonia Death came
all 1 corning:: from other parts of the dis
peacefully: while members of his family I PORT TAX. '

ADDRESS.! were gathered about his bedside. E EVERGlADESTemporary' trict. ....

MURDERED MAN I Marshall Field was born in Massachusetts

Bv Associated Press seventy years ago. Without .x! By Associated Press.
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Aba"lV N Y. Jan. 16.-Senator doubt he was the most successful and FINES OF $$1GOO Wash I n'on. Jan. 16:Tie Philip.

Bra.K.. at Indianapolis Yes i .
: senate today requesting tiiunar'.on TO WED HIS and one o!- the world's richest men, House today'substantially as it came

: ,hp United of Chauncev Mates senate M. and Depew d0 .- terday- Order in a Prosperous I I his wealth being esUr'n,1.te d- at from the Federal ,Court' Against from the Way and Means Committee Ft

1.b; its one bunl1'redand fifty to..two hundred The vote was 258 to 71.
favoring
.- i scathing; speech Commission. IMPOSED IN U1SCOURT
0 ion Th,. revolution: however Condition. I millions. Drainage Rice was made subject to the

u ,i,,r.M'ca b>' a vote of :34 to I, the Mr. Field came to Chicago in 1556 came tariff as sugar and tobacco-2Jpcncent
WIFEHorrible I and began his clerk in
a
career as
'(,'iii.,I", ;.I- not voting declared in open- By Associated Press. I wholesale drjoods, :establishment. By.Associated Press off the Dingley rates, and 3 t wtr

natoHrackett:, hid introduced Indianapolis, Jan. 16.Tie Seven He was associated at. various times Lithe r Tallahassee! Jan. 16-Notice of a few change were maae( in the lan
that he : '
,n., rn, _oiuion a: 'oatc in ob diene to what te<'nth annual conventIon of the United (1[ s me line with Potter.Palmer and temnora v injunction o'n the Florida guage.

,.Iit,%,.d to be "The solemn demand Mine Workers of ,;America: opened I LevI Z. Leiter. He wa, a large giver! Drainage Commission'has been servedon The result 'was reached after da

IF"i. ,, sight; thinking! people of the Crime ot West Orange, I today in Tomlinson Hall. Piactical-1 I I aDd to charities: was; one and of the, public!largest enterprises hokrtr : the commission= bj the Federal cidedly the most strenuous day of th*

_ He d ned! that In had the N. i ly all of the twelve hundred delegates -,,Chicago' real estate. ; I II i Court. The hearing is st for February present congress.
J. Man Who
Has
Just ,I
, s"I 'flih: to hunii:iata Senator I were on hand when the addressesof I I I Sir. Field is survived by a widow,I 1 at Jacksonville.. I i R. W. Lewis and T. J J. Thomas The bill t admits goods, growth 01

TVIP: ; i.iore than was necessarily olj. :, Been Arrested. welcome were ma. 'e by GovernorHandley' ; his second wife"whom he married last I This Is the first step la prevent Governor product of the Philippine Islands inU
:ni: >. t-d +m any' possible resolution summer. Afso by one, daughter, his I Found and Fined
Guilty for
kind. He asserted that ther: was I '-- and others. The: credentials: I cnlj son Marshall Field, Jr;: dying Broward's administration from I tho United States free of duty exceptin' F

, ;try; of confidence In th?-s &tor 'By Associated 'Press, :i ec,mniteC" then,made'u leport for(i last November,,as tlie__rejsult-**f an acc'dental -1}! draining; the'everglades. sugar tobacco and rice. It pro

timed which had !blll i caused b>' re'I'tI Newark, N, J., Jan,' 16.-Frank l ffieial1r: seat:rg! thedelegates.. gunshot wouno.. I I I The injunction was secured onHhe Practicing Peonage. ''!rdes that after Apil ''llth, 1909, their

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" t i"1\ '*ii' It was not to pass a reso- works at West Orange was arrested until this afternoon. He spoka: tomorrow bj special train. Land :unl Lumber Co, which claims the United States and the Philippines. j v
mn; + on) a subject in refer:nee ton last night, and according to the policeconfessed No,funeral cervices will be held here. Possibly the heaviest fines Imposedin Goods coming from the Philippine r
i of the policy to be followed b\ the to own larg bodies, of land in the the United States
enforcei I l. court for, many to the United States
"n.'n ; bd I no authorityto to Having murdered a week I i are exemptedftom #
,i and pokeof resolutions adopted ago, Thomas HOlY, with whom he had ,miners in the coming; joint conference I .. drainage district months were passed yesterday bj.: the export tax and merchandise
"II 'h \ 'n' ruelan situation and the boarded In order that he might marry I: with the coal operators He said th1' POSTMASTERS" Judge Charles Sw&'nehen he sentenced : from .either country ig subjected to

coa' .'t nk.pveral+ years a?o. I Hoff's wife, with whom he was in r organization: had grown suustapv'all! .RfVOLUTlONISTS R. W. Lewis and T. J. Thomas: the internal revenue tax of the country
No Hone for !cuture. love Hanusik, it Is said has planned I I APPOINTED to. pay fines of 1,000 each in which such merchandise" : is

1 ".iu. +10 ;.av toou and to the I I'I i.the death of Hoff for Jnanear, It I having passed the three hundred Both parties ""were convicted the day withdrawn for consumption.: .

IIVH'p' ,tt he i state," continued Sen' is said that he resolved on a definite I hundred thousand membership mark. I UNDER ARREST' previous upon the charge of peonage The House adjourned at 6:0.: .

4:01- PoUt ,,k.'11 that until A more right II plan for putting Hcff out of the wa\ I II Secretary Wil.;;on reported the expenses -, By Associated Press. and yesterday they were before the
court for sentence. In
: passing
sen
t tuv on -'pt nn of public duty shall about two weeks ago. A week ago of the past year exceeued the! Washington Jan. 16.The Senate tence and
: imposing the fines Judge TWO KILLED AND'TVO'DROWNED
n-ai' '.' are without hope for the. I I Sunday he and Hoff.* who worked in I i come o>' more than two hundred, toclayconfirmed! the appointment\ of By Associated Press. j Swajne took, into consideration the

fn"'ir rI.I t imul th great \'irilcmaniaMl :r: the same place am were friendly and fourteen thousand dollars, '. t the following, .postmasters South car. St. Petersburg, Jan. 16.All members I,fact the long period of time that the!
large,
+ Iii ;,I- !tate shall stand to the,, when chatting at home, were talkingl olma, Robinson P. Searson, Allen! !I defendants has been before
of the workmens council, twent various
, inn and Banasik. challenged Hoff a items of expense being the support of dale Thos E. Husbands D'lhon )
proposition", that he ,,ho offends -' I II : I courts upon this charge, and also the
> it :tinirance of his public duty.tuu. drinking; bout. ,I strikers in iPenns'h'aniaVest Virginia Georgia: James F. Overst-eet, Doug two in number were arrested early I amount of that had been
money expended -
I I "What shall it be?" asked Hon Alabama and :Michigan: also The seized
Itff: ,' !nunishment for hrs offense, i ]Class: to-daj. police many in defending the case He
Gin," said Uanasik. I Kentuckv the following reVO-j AS RESULT OF BURSTING OF COM
"'e -.3 .-'I'f'ct little of respect of law, Tennessee and The president tDdaysept luntionarj documents an? a stated that he bad intended imposinga
They went to ,a saloon and cajled! is in the National .
and There now ; ; nominations to the Senate: i
tlt1'ltof gard for public honor ,' ,.:oorre-pondence.: Goverpment officials 1 penitentiary sentence but upon consideration PRESSED AIR PIPE: IN TUN
for the liquor Dauaslk filled his own nearly three hundred and!
,
the first long treasury f postmasters. Florida! : Cyrus Lowro :
decided
nrtu Hut have taken to impose fine
atop, toward condoning crimes of',glass with water and each time Rolf I ninety thousand dollars and in all the! Clearwater Harbor. Georgia: Jas. M.i'! believe future actions of the revolutionists instead. a NEL.

filled hi; with gin and late at nigh treasuries, of the organization and button, Aael. Lucy L. Weldon La':I will hampered by
bat"\" 'r nndS : I I The cases of Lewis and Thomas
I- Hoff was overcome by the liquor. He sub-organizat'ons!' J2.679.1C3: :. I 1'vents; Sam'l 1!. Dailey, :\lcD nough. : rests and, seizures the'ar'l
alih '
I first kln
; na!01 Bra I'lu"tt declared that P I'could net take care of himself and!i were the of the : ever brought
"', bad noted Senator Dent before a court in the state of Florida.
uch for : ---- By Associated Press
'BanaMk! helped his Victim out of the
.. had bern to his re Mr. Lewis was the owner of a turpentine
ue opposed ,
,(I saloon and started home with him. New York Jan. 16.TWo negro tua-
Pier i IOn a" .ause he believed him not1 still and Thomas was in his
They went up the Lackawanna! track y nel workers were killed by suffocation
i for lEa employ as a wood's rider It is alleged
he office Any senator presmi
II toward Bloomfleld When he wts and caissun disease, two wen 6
h* raid: ought blush for shame that they prevented ne' roes
to
sure no one was in sight Banasik r?,? r overcome and the white foreman and 'S
.' the representation o' his state in from leaving the camp when indebtedto
rtisef a mallet and brought it down suffered severely in rescue
th. rutted' States senate by cither of the firm and upon one occasion; assistant
on the drunken man's heal; killing> 'he pieeui ratirs" He disclaimed: him instantly: Then he carried Uel went after return employees and, compelled pressed air pipe burst in the East
work when the
them to to
'hi -:iht I fM responsibility! for Senator distanco down the tracks; ) Main
body some i is river tunnel on o"War reef, opposite
Pis't"s re-. lect'on! and aid he woul 1 and laid it across the: rails I t1v2aiIrn w BLiz2ARD 1xER I were The endeavoring first information io get away.against the Fort)',second street early today.
\l:1PU'; am other senator's resolution train cut off' both
The midnight The bodies nf the two drowmd ,
mss
1 I above parties was filed in 1901 In the
v ques'in? elm to res!sn, I legs of the body but the engineer saw United States court The case was still lie at the bottom of the shaft 1

Depew's "Rstamer." the body just before his engine: struck carried to the circuit court of appeals, twenty feet below the river l n.L. t
<'nar BracKett insisted! that of tie skull pointed to
no it A fracture These mf'n'Wl're overwhelmed by the
1 and the decision of Judge Swayne up-
tentperformed bv Senator Depew murder and ana'IK's arrest: and a! heli The case was then tried but water, that .entered the shaft when t+
for th' qnihble Assurance Soci tyRnrtgg Icgcd conf(.esslon followed!
resulted in a mistrial, going over until the pressure was removed. The other
. I iLc twenty years of his 520,000 : this term, when the jury returneda two dead mn were hoisted to tae
nnrr:' had hen other than what I TOWft' IS- verdict of guilty, j surface by the foreman and his assistant -
*>' ,weed a* a director of the society.ht OHIO I who also rescued the two l
,'
-lum that this enormous sum whose lives were sav d.DfPORTED .
\\frL2j'
onl"'a' taushf-r oat;.:I for and legal! contempt services excited DAMAGED BY fiRE \ THE MERIWETHER

"a-ring to the so-cal'! ")'l'llow / CHINKS

,l ta S funds for certain insurance con Associated Press. HAZING i TRIALBy

ranie". hi rail: By Ohio: 16.-Con\oy, ? KzkW I
,. Van Wert van \ MUST NOW RETURN ;
Out of this fund there were. pailthousands a town of eighteen hundred inaabiimujs Associated Press. I

! of dollars in' one campaign : ej I!'t sJles Rest pf .here, was \ Annapolis, Jan. 16.-:Tbe trial of
toward the of one'o[ the"P ,to-day. I
esp nses :almost wiped out. bi fire early M.dshipman Meriwether was resumed By Associated Press
' +teal parties as one say "to save Tte loss is.: seventy five thousand dollars 1 t io-day. lIe is chafed with hazing,i i San Francisco, Jan. 16.-A telegram
the .
honor of I the nation: The honor .
and six separate instances are al1t:ed.I received yesterday from Secretary
Of talion-Ihe: of the natloi'of
honor Counsel ,J. M. Munroe, entered a.., Metcalf, says that the department: nas
ogles honor these men were so ELEVENTH VICTIM OFMINNEAPOLIS_ l; t P eM } I challenge to four members:: of the I II I ordered that Li Wait Xj Shi and 01
.
*::>fiioiis, that they forgot their own FIRE 1tas i t I courtmartial! for various causes, ail i iI .: Yok. on hoard the C _ptic now oath
>x>
, o'icitous, of the national honorha I being overruled by the court. The d<- ; way to China via Honolulu ba
: rh,' w. re ready to and dd: givesw !: !! By Associated Press. fense then entered objections lo the, transferred at Honolulu and returnedto
.,. !
'houaands of dollars of 'ourl Jan, IS,-Mary: Row
) MInreapol's. I jurisdiction of the court which were I San Francisco, to be held! in. custody
mone and ra!ne-of the money of; ana, the eleventh ,victim! of theVcst- also overruled, and finally filed a Demurrer of tt* steamship company, pending .
(Poor' nun. of widows of orphans, hotel fire, died here to-t.ay'. I 4fESOP7al +rtE to the specifications! of:r appeal proceedings in the United

u' nor a cent of their own. I, charges alleging there was no dt'ftnition -; States circuit court o! appeals. These:
Political Boodle. This: demurrer was i ii I
of hazing.
shipped out of the state
:, L- have done with this shame; then ji..t over and it was braad'j! in- i overruled. Meriwether then entered Chinese were :
an
local Chinese bureau on
and :or,'rence Of having used the stolen:'timated in more than one conferenceon 1! a plea of not guilty t& the charges I i order by the of deportation after the bureau
.
actually
not
' il1 It, indeed,
for the subject
aina-ab'e I introduced.
or necvssary! punt i and evidence was had
that appeal
advised
an
had been
I
roe It i, ro answer to the stealu !lt't I sated and 'argued that sack contr.l| Ii i i United StatesI
I been allowed by tee
under
ba v made on the express iiW'i
: butions were
> e tronev stolen was well; 1 / I I I> Haven. LI Wab
District Judge e
M' lug. there is not even'this e-1: tand ng that he,wher was$ he to could be .return-1 continue -! t BIG SHORTAGE IN i I and Gi i Yok claim; -,to be native Americans
a" "was :'nt in a Way i ed io the senate, (I
Qp wife and
Wah
'h''i, their these and Ng Shi is LI "
J1-4 was thought ou'd greatly a;. ,, to rro'fct Jn place I i KANSAS TREASURY (i demanded admittance as such. :
;'ilM >t. :h? men who directed the, men who>> thus gave away your money'and 1- p., /ift i :I

\pendt\ ',: nnd it did Ii was spent ton min !P i Cleveland's Brother Dead.

'If' 1:1: D'pews In the upper house: "If there: is hers on the floor, who any j t! By Associated Press. I+I Columbus, O Jan 16..-Rev. W. N.
regress for selfish timid soul among the majority & rot'hfr of Former President -
i
a pjrposes.jV5am P.' recital hurt nix 4& Topeka Jan. 16.-Governor Hoch Cleveland
nu it ..tiet thinks t1at'tbb will i t lII I" : I Cleveland, died last night
the of the Grover
ex
and tevery te-day gave out report
him .i
I charge the truth to be that party.. I want to say to : ; (, effect% of paralyals. He waslseventyihree
of the the
I*\ associates I to!I :pert accountants 23 ,a. result\ (tit
; ai*t argument a year ao advanc',: one of m> party examination of the Kansas State years old and a retiredPresbyterian
,
+I w r eeitlon! of this: year we ar"r : say it kindly, but flimlj.. if we* da not treasury, showing a siLtirtage do..e to'fcixly '!! minister Former Preftt

' isuiNhng: wag that pia had been :,. expose nod rid odrselves. 'Hind our party thousand dollar The report [dent Cleveland has bfen.notll1ed| of

ist'utt.It! !al) III raisin; large: 5ums i of transactions of that kind there. ,.' ':covered<< the- terms of F. E. Girae and I the death and the funeral amngs
fJI 010511 from. th'30 very insurancerpcratious i will presentfy be Ho l>art> to.be. Injursd. the treasurer T. T. Kelly. Liens: await word from 1 h1aa.
l ." A JANUARY FANTASY; CR, THE WINTER ,I REPORTER'S DREAM. present
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Hood's SarsaparillaWhich Six <4l abiiiy'
has cured thousands.Nick's front of the fashionable hotel. five, You might! remind me If-If I forget I IauythiuJ CHEROOTS
evidently comrades conferred together :. Its u long lime since I have : ,
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in low tones; then 011* approached the dined with ladies" I
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eixth inau. saying guardedly, "Are you The tulle was serious. but there wasa I A

Buffet and one of UI?" dancing I' :ht iu the fire eyes, that I .' ''

The mau smiled half satirically Miss Waring caught and she smiled! : I Isympllth ..., '

I :\aw; rin de real ting see?" tl 11'I! I J

Restaurantis I Ills questioner turned away in disgust There was but little conversation. : Package of 3 for 5 Cents,

I Miss Wa-in? was graciously courteous.as .
'
the only place of its The man laughed softly, the low, enjoyable became a hostess, but even a dull .

kind in Pensacola, in fact laugh of oue w' -> appreciates.A man in 1.esters plate would not have '

it is tall'young woman whose attire evidenced I presumed upon the situation. .

wealth and refinement entered I "I thank you for- your escort Mr. I' (.IJ cheroot is a cigar made without the head)

the hotel vestibule. Lester" said the girl! dismissing! as ,

A Pride to One of the live groaned softly : they passed out. I
.
i "Who is she, Dyke?" eagerly questioned "I am your debtor Miss Waring." :

1 II another. I earnestly.'Sit: I were not a hobo I i
of trade make when
Pensacola.Larger. I, "Miss Kate Waring of Denver. would ask when and where I might : A good part of ths cost of a cigar you you

Worth half million and eccentric dinner call. I for 3 Old
a pay my 5 cents Virginia
pay
cities cannot I'I Visiting! Cousin Dorothy And me in I A sudden Inpulse prompted her re goes into the \vor anip.

boast of a better equippel: this beastly trump's rig!" ply. ji Cheroots.
The of the
place] The service is the I+I Miss W ring's' stately entrance into I Toniorro' evenitg.. My present address "bunching" tobacco; '

best that can be had. ,I i the great dining room was arrested by is on the card you have." for the filler takes a little time. The A cheroot is only a cigar with

II II I the head waiter. In all her twentj-fire y'aril Kate
its head cut off-and when
I I "This way, madam, courteously "I !j Waring had never before been so curious I rolling of the filler in the one piece you

Nick Apostle Propt'r will conduct you to the ladies' dining Ii I Iroom. or so anticipative f.be smiled ap- :t three Old Virginia Cheroots
buy
i ." I provalat the card he sent up a slip of i of leaf which called the"binder,"

Miss Waring glanced about her."It paper with "John lister" boldly written. | for 5 cents you pay the right price l
is not necessary," calmly. "I will j j I takes a little more time. The cut-

remain here j I She was till smiling! when she. entered I for three good smokes, and nothing
.
and of the outside leaf
"Pardon me, madam, but ladles without the drawing room, but the smile ; ting rolling

1 1I escorts are! served in the room at i vanished as she noted the fashionable i else.
| takes little
or "wrapper" a more.
the I will conduct madam"i,i
right. clothes be wore.He .
._ The filler is made ..from"the
Miss Waring's calm glance survey j I was quick to see the change. But it is finishing-operation

ed the small crowded room at the right "You are sorry I came? It was tak short leaves and selected clippings
and then returned to the great cool ad\ ,-
ing an antage"- of fprming the head. that takes
""
r' I room in which she" stood, with palms "Pardon me I am somewhat disap of five choice grades,, of domestic !

I and ferns in profusion She noted the pointed. It was a pleasure to find most of the time, most of the skill, lliA.CiIflj F

many vacant tables and the number of I something genuine. I do not like imitations tobacco-blended to 'give just the 1

ladies present."I ', not even an imitation hobo." and costs! most of the money.

do not wish to go in there. I pre i "It is now that I am the Imitation combination of agreeable strength

fer to Lave dinner served here." mak- Miss Waring The clothes are hired for And_ yet it's nothing in the world ==
ing the statement tranquilly with the'II' the occasion." and mild fragrance required too

air of one accustomed to-have.deference She held out her hand cordially. but 'aSte-for the first thing you make a good smoke.

accorded her slightest wish. "Consider yourself welcomed !lr. Lester -
is to clip off that "head" that
The rule ia Imperative madam. and allow me to may that the Not only a bargain in price,
with courteous firmness. "Ladies with- s 1c
clothes are very becoming." you have paid your good money t t'
out escorf but Not but
He flushed boyishly good. only good,
"Reserve that table by the window for 'and it
throw
HandPaintedWedding "It's five years since rTe worn a away. ,
with the ferns beside it, the third on rig like this. I hardly knew how to ttio dean.. Made by modern processes il

the left." And the graceful figure I put It on." If the dealer clipped off the heads r b
in the and cleanestcigar
GiftChinaware turned to the outer door. I biggest :
I Miss Waring led the conversationto AMERICAN CIGAR COMPANY r
There no hesitancy in Miss War- of three good five-cent and .
was ; topics of Interest to a man of education cigars SUCCESSOR TO :* factory in the world.
Ing's voice or manner as she addressed ;, ;
: i and refinement-books, music RWHITLOCK :- 1 hi
: the group of shabby men. :I the drama finding her companion conversant handed them all three to you for 5 A million sold every day- tt

"Will one of.you gentlemen do mea 1 .
'
with the best cents would call it bargain "
I :
IJ You cant choose. more accept {favor" clealy"*and unsmilingly.Six I "Will you tell me" something of your- yu you a you can get them at any cigar

shabby head coverings were off self"-:'she asked p'resentIJ-"why you -and that's exactly the kind '
: able object to her brideship, and less t ; counter in.the n,4
present in an instant, six more or o are a-a wanderer and bow you live country.. o.

than piece of genuine hand-painted I i I manly forms bent low before her. Even a traveler must eat I suppose." g
"
"I want
"Thank yod an, gravely.
He hesitated' but an instant"I
china. '
I one of yon to act as my escort and my have for five years. I P
tramped Sold
) wherever sell tobacco
01\ t fashion r in that I be the privUlege" they
; 4J It's I the reigning xeramics. guest may accorded' work awhile in a place till the devil ,
I toe scarlet' a trifle 0
lips cuiw.
drives me, on again-thr ,devil of my s
n H dinner where I have 11
I Ifl "of having my conscience. I It will drive
Q:j A bride that isn't f just crazy* over it is i iI chosen to have it. I will ask you. to"suppose yet r
fl me back -his face grew grave I 6,
!I not strictly up-to-date. t I i please," turning abruptly to the one and his 'voice harsh but he kept stoically ---- -- :,.. _. ." ---- "-"-, it
-- -- ; -- -
.U ''f Q J It is useful-e\ery bit of it-and is sure I who bad designated himself as "de real on-"to Denver where I am wanted ,-- ---- ( I 2 REwAD THIS ADVERTISEMENT. "

to occupy a place of .honor in the homeof I ting""Oh for the murder of Manuel Laredo a seen the -scar of the ballet on his \ Humble ArchbUIiop.Willegls. .
but"began ODe of the un- iMe
.
the Newly-Weds. Mexican whom I killed on Starbrlght cheek. a famous archbishop of P e
i choSen eagerly. ranch." .' I Bh*' talked, on waiting! :for him to
to that elevated po:51ti
tz. rose
t She rose excitedly. from the very lowest ranks) Bo '*%4
: wedding gift? I I further word "I bought Starbnght,ranch last y "We should' be 'friends. Mr. Lester. the son of a pior f.arter. but *; i never !RosEc 'AMOUS1 It..
"I thank you all for your courtesy. ar'l Thornton'1 Is I I t.t
Royal ray stepbro ber. .
fl A gorgeous selection now at your I Manuel Laredo is among the :ashamed of his parentage. He not only t
disposal. Don't think it is beyond your !, It this gentleman accepts""It there!" hare often heard him speak of the trip I caused the following,inscription to be t.e

i nv-. :v i:i't, here. is a privilege, madam bowing He sprang to his feet his face aglow,"I I abroad that you two' made together placed conspicuously in his palace., OLD FASHIOD 8

gravely. his eyes filled with'sudden'joy. years ago. I know now why your I "Willesi, member thy parentage,"
'V*, real ting is he?" cried DIke "He did na't" name seemed no familiar. Will you go
not die and I am but had me wheels of a cart hung up wIisI&S.r.
vengefully when they were out of hear- back to Colorado!" I
Then his fare ,
,
paled again. l in ".e Cathedral of Mcntz. From that
r9 in?. "Did,,you observe his speech and He took her outstretched hand in I
"I forgot. hoarsely! "there may be a iHt* to this the arms of the see have | r.4FULL
. r that how? He's one of the fellows set dozen Manuel Laredos; those Mexican both bin own. t borne the figure of a cart wheel. | A LOGICAL APPEAL 0 YOUR IHTELLISENCE.'c c'
107 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET to 'ah'b us!" n m.-" "As your escort. Miss Waring1" I 1

: PENSACOLAIhburns "Nonsense.! Dyke! There isn't a man .It is! the. same man" she interrupted She smiled assent flushing beauti: The Word "Covey." |I \\ bche\ ANY MAv i In the class as old as be. He's! seen .
positlr l V 3% v LbavetcarrlttstoryanduTILE fully Long custom!' has practically limited "OLD RYE" Whiskey through an intelligent. !regard for hi*health.Ve S
i actual tramoine. I'll stake a thousand t I I intelligent to buy imitation r
the word "t covey" to association! with OB \ x o'that AW man is Too
eF : on it. Why didn't you tell Miss War- whisker after he discovers he has been
the although it has always: 'N.
--- lag who you are?" A Wendertol ".0... partridge 'I AFULLHQTS. tricked." Thecrusadeagainst adulterated articles r
"Aren't we' under oath not to disclose HELEN 'WALTON The great Bcddh-'it shrine th> been used with grouse and ptarmigan. of food and drink has been so pronounced that the c

t thenvumB our identity" 4'!manded Dyke Shway Dagon at Randan;, is no teapi Beaumont and Fletcher however, !I "OLDCORN"WHISKEY buyer has learned the importance of investigating :
of of fiddlers" and Thack- the claim of
spoke "eovey THOROUGHLY before accepting any
hotly. "Besides look at me! ?. but a great pagoda rising from its s
U mmt Iw after timeStiarnt' Restored to Health by Vinol. HerMother's of a of trump The word ] We VLLEfCfi estigation. You cant
table reserved," saidMlM eray, "covey I dealer. r
"I ordered a platform to a height of 368 feet and
> Elictrle 'Story.:- means properly a brood, hatching comIng I be too critical to suit us. Our Famous 01dfash1onedErrStop
"de real
Waring ting. all completely covered with gold leaf. I
far removed from the possibility of crit-
Bit and Roach Past through the French "couver. to sit : Whiskies are
"I it-third on the left. with ,of any truth
''r..h see -- This platform a perimeter icism. They are as pure as Nature own inredents CJIl
in
o t of de.n toe.air aad with alight (of a hen bird), from the Latin "cu- the make them,and TRCLT: AGED by TIME. They are MELLOW. t
the
wwr sad quickly 4l u ralLary He led way easy grace Walton nearly 1,400() feet, is the place of wor rra-'d
aa.raat..du nn a.ath Mrs R of Hornelsvil1ell. bare to, recline" whence "incubate" br Sou or PILATAai.E.MEDICIYALLT PT/RE I'o household: should be
in his
j .ray mlo,oacknxMhM aaA of amusement gleaming :- Y., says "Our }ittl daughter ship. The pagoda itself has no Interior.It Adams Lines without them. Shipped in plain unmarked packases.: All
.O TCTBlD. ft .a. ba. *frtotal ? dark at the evident consternation wash I also sprung. BliuksandCatnAJenduQudExprnSCos'udoM'4uS. Our
eyes troubled with bad is a solid: stupa of brick raised orera ia j
.4 10 a1.Y0. a cough \\
Oa.
YsaTARNa' household word. Remit :sorP.
Expre
bsolae reliability i*a by
w [laeTRlt: of the waiter, wbo'hHltated slightly nothing seemed- to rel'eve: We tried relic chamber. A cutting made into *3 4 0 .O,Money Order or Exchange current in AtUrta. ,
AiTa CO.. 11r before seating the serene young lady different doctors and' medicines without -' its center ban' revealed the fact' that I BetttBC Him nlJrbt J A trial order maVe a permanent cnstomer .

and her arrange escort benefit The cod liver Oil prepare; th* original: pagoda had seven casings Fat&T-Why. when I was your age THE R. M. ROSE COMPANY, ATLANTA, GA.
I didnhave as much in a
r Miss WariBa ordered the dinner with ation Vicol, was r-commended, and added To it before X attained its present money
I precision and discrimination."I before she had taken"'one bottle! her proportIons. The shape: of the ; month as!! you spend in a day. Son- ; ASKPeters' A t;
pa.1 Well., father don't scold me about! !t
hope she remarked pleasantlywhen cough aad stopped and her condition goda :Is that of an elongated cone. \ .
: the walter lad gone-"I hope youapprove greatly mprosed She now has a, divided by Burmese convention Into Why don't you talk: to grandfather? cNNNN1tl4t't

order." splendid! appetite and 5s gaining In .
} --
MY -- --- -- '- ---
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twelve parts: First the base surrounded -< -------- --
I fle$h. I advise mother who ;; Trouble Ahead.
There. wa' not the slightest embar- evry na l1t
by a great number of small pagodas -
: : rasbmeut in her manner or condescension an ailing; child to try Vinol. Nothingl I ; then the three ,terraces. oiled.Ticbayas. Mr. Joax-Saw a man today who had : ......................... ********s.d.*
in her SPf'Hh-the man was her equals 'it. and it tastes' so' good; there trouble] ahead of him. Mrs. Joax-How .
is no trouble in getting children to next the Bell; the Inverted' did you know? M, Joax-He was I.. Q
guest.
taKe it" I IP Thabeik. or begging bowl; the Bauu*: Milk C1h1oconante :
ShannonFile The order Is perfect madam and, I pushing a baby ca.hage, containing
yit twisted turban; the Kyataa ot.
permit me to say, admirably given"Miss I ornamental lotus flower; the Plantain t.rfns.-Wasbington Star. : .- :

Waring smiled. :. II Bud; the brass' plate for the Htl or
i "Are all of Boston's"-she pausedfor caIIELE I umbrella; the Hti; the Sean bwin or artificial Just tbe Reverse \ ii i J..FOIr ah1] O,971 ny. :
Boards an instant in search of a word that 6lrsvi, Xaggs: -I understand your ha .
flowers the of
f4 I might not embarrass her guest-"sub- ,; all, the beinbu; or bud vane.of and.lut dlamollds."Tbe ..-f r o irt I b unable to meet his credltols : Cakes:.,. .. .. ... .. ... .- ... .. __ .', ,.f .. ., ,.. .:;, to, )5, :((1 en J
i merged, such Chesterfields as the six I, Silken V. I ., Mrs V<\"aiz -Don't you believe it. H. T Croquettes.V. .. .. .- .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ,:0 and. 40 cents t" *
I to whom I spoke?"' East by -p. cod eta and does meet_them much oftcna. 2 Tablets .. '., -. .., .. .... _. _. .. .. .. .. .. .. ., ..40 cents r") *

t' with covers, and with I "The others are Harvard students" I I I O'Gonuoc- ,I thafi ue cares t*. T Chocolate Sardines. .. .. .. !' .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .35 cenas r-:* 5
.
r -
L
"Harvard studenta! in momentary I I ?
perforator on bottom, RelicTlac tke Brmla. THE ORIGINAL MILK, CHOCOLATEIt
bewilderment "Oh I know. They : :
I The persistent use of the muscular !I
affords one of the best are doing penance.. is most sustaining, being amalgamated by special proc '"' //e
methods for the keeping I "That Is the meaning madam though system is well calculated to relieve! the ; A FACT FROVEN.I : with the finc.t fresh milk containing! all its cream.
,'1 brain nerT'ou's of their tension
and system S1ould'Convince Even the Most Skeptical .
I not the term they use. .
. track of bills, in- "Are your,lightly yet with an anx- says Dr. H. J. Hall in Good' I. of Its Truth. : 14WG-rdqn' LAZ The Popular :

voices, freight receipts p ious tone in the low voice."I Housekeeping. It \I. also tie thai :, If there is the slightest doubt in,li Phone 183 JACOBY Grocer. .
t! manual work pleases and sat..fles the the minds of that
etc.. in exist- She am passed a genuine her cardcase hobo. to him .mind when its results are good. All df not exist, any their belief Dandruff is compelled: germs I :.........K.Nt1+t1NNNN..........4+NN.NNN...H$

ence, and no office "You should know who is your hostess this becomes clearer when we realize by the fact: that: a rabbit innoculat
\,\VALTOS how seek relief! from with the became ------ -
bald in --- -
vainly we may germs sixweeks' ----
should be without one ." graciously, "and I will ask the I i
I .
nervous fatigue in physical rest or jtime.It
or more of them., name of my guest. of the I must be apparent to
Our well known druggists W. II even in recreations ordinary any person i ki
He took ,out two cards writing on White 4. Co. Vinol is a rand medIcine sort' The quiet room or the quiet hill- ,therefore ,that th! only] prevention of
51.00 the back of one and returning it to her for chlldr say n. 'It product bore. Bide so suggestive of rest and peace.I tafMn.e'iS is the destruction of the

with perforator. with the case. muscle and rich pure blood. It?1 not: these are too often impotent in th* : gehn; -which act is successfully accomplishes i WHO MAKES YOUR CLOTHES ? i ii

,i She glanced at the writing: a patent medicine, as evpr'thin.. In, it f: presence'of carking care. One reason i I : in one hundred -per cent
of cases by the application of Newbtos
is named on the back label of every! for this failure is that the brain and ,
75 not hue them built
cents Herniclde Why right here at home, where you .I
bottle; so parents know exactly what the body commonly not tired In
are
without perforator. JOHK LSSTER.. HOBO. i Dandruff is caused by the same can live the privilege ot a try-on and Jet what you want
they ar3 giving their children: It con.; what is called nervous exhaustion, but germ; which causes baldness] and cau 1
!
I NO ADDRESS. tains in a highly concentrated,form all,, are only irritated while the n.4uf be prevented with the same medy--
the curative, medicinal! principles>s of fatigue, which is sa misleading is t Newbro's Herpicide. i THE REESE-MENDEL TAILORING COMPANY' s
BOSTON.
i BORN IN cod liver o:I, but without the nasty oil .
merely the result of that irritation and Accep no substitute: "Destroy the, ;.. -
S I and children love its taste ,It soon may be termed a psychic fatigue.' Un- "cause you move the effect." are burning out soma well clothes. Should you need a suit fir: iib

Coe's Bookstore "Thank you )!.<'LN'... I.hope you makes puny ones strong mother and rosj In P-n-i i der these circumstances It is easy to For sale by W. A. D'Alemberte. at theic: place, No.-Jl ?north Palafox sUeti:: They: arc shoxMnslesm
We just wish every understand that it is change; not neo diuffs'St; : and apothecary: -Jl. &Uth '' Suitings and wit)
ac line
.. genuinely hungry as-as your ? Trouserings, and at prices that
are sick
ailing
punt
who ;
sacola has : or'
a I'alafoi or end lOc:
essarily rest which U so sort stfeet in stamps' to tm .. *
213 SPaita! Street profession would indicate. child would try Vinol, on our guaran'I physical, for sample to The Herpicide Co., Detroit tern" .t 'ou. ',,.. }' I :t
"I Miss Waring. I can do full tee. & Co. dru gieUl. \ly needed. :, I x' )f
a.m. W. H. White .
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:I CORPORATION TO I BEN. GEQI.-- REESE.4 -1;PI tritd all kl M of."blbod P ttmii&wtirtftt t ESiadi t I, THE SEASON AT Hon. Jake Moore



to do ia.any good bat 1 hPleutnt found th. right thine.r .
&t I.e.. Aner 5f i&ki.g wa C&earetS fill of pimplei S y fl anbed. lees.black iA.uott.flInC I
BE FORMED BYUNIONMEN PlACED she us. of theta 4 '

TRADE MARK AT (the&ac&roI.i.d t, my. Hope frenda C.tO55VI WLuoD.* J.fe.i 36.EtStiewark.a fl's5'5Iu C55W I rtCommo,4 rise ; N.sh.btorntnf. r WEST .PAlMI Suffered Twenty Years With Indigestion.



Cured by Kodol Dyspepsia Cure.

REST

I BEACH

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Star Brand OFFICE OP


Shirts Building Trades Will Organize a ,[Large Concourse of' Friends and i Winter Tourists Arriving in Large Qt jjt. prison Commission_ of 'cori. '

Company-ID Handle! Buifd- Relatives Were ,
Present at: -
Numbers-Schedule! of Events. JOS.S.TURNER. TOM EASON. CLEMENT A.EVANS.
S .: : : 4. Palatable. Pntrnt Taste Good Do foot .: Chairman. Commissioner. CommissioMTQOODLOS
ing'Mat ria! the Services.: New Sicken. Weaken 'P Gripe. 1k.2.e.Ste.Never.
arc correct in fit, workmanship Guaranteed iold in bulk.to The core genuine or your money tablet tamped back. CCC. 'for the Season. ANa, ; '. '' ,J.Co MOORE. \

and material, Sterling Remedy Co.. Chicago or N.Y. 593. S S retarJ. Sttte Warden.

and our assortment of The first steps toward the formation General George Reese known ANNUAL SALE, TEN MILLION BOXES

are equal to what of of a corporation, which is possibly one throughout the ,:state as one of the Tlia'WestPalin Beach Tropical Sun S ATLANTA, August 10, 1904.E. .
patterns thc
first:: of would in taken most kind-hearted of Christian nie.ilwas'placed --- C. DEWrrr & Co., Chicago, IlL
to was last :
see unions
you expect night, when : connected 30TOURS JO EUROPE, 2 TO JAPAtf resort, Palm Beach, has again taken S
one of the large cities. \\ith the building trades of the at rest )yesterday, There Under superior managemtnt- exceptions'a4vuntag.e. its place as. the pacemaker of fashion Dear Sirs- have suffered more than twenty years from Indi
cltmet and discussed tba question were many present when the Full Tours Around
remainsS let- world gestion. About :eighteen months I had so much worse thai
of and pleasure and another season has ago grown
estab'ishms a labor stock: company: the beLoved gentleman laid S Annual Oriental Cruise feeb. 8. Programme
15 Per Cent Off which is to handle every article that wa and there were many tears were shed N, Free made its advent under the most en I could not digest a crust of corn bread and could not retain anything

I 1 might b<2 needed in erection of any ro .. those who had become acquainted: : FRANK C. CLARK, 96 Bway, New York I cou ra g'i rig circumstances. on my stomach. My heart would! beat so fast I could not sleep at

during this PreInventorySale building.The him during his long residence in Ii The opening of the Hotel Royal times in cf
I new enterprise was organizedby Pensacola.The I I would! almost draw double with pain the pit my stomach.
Poinciana for the '06'was I
for cash only. the Carpenters and Joiners, and at I funeral services were conducted ; i season of I lost twenty-five pounds; in fact, I made up my mind that could. not
I thj meeting last night there were a at 10:30 o'clock yesterday BLUFF SPRINGS( heralded throughout the civilized world:
I mornIng 1 live but a short time, when a friend of .mine recommended Kodol
Star Shirts famous since by wire Thursday
large number of members: of unions i I at the Presbyterian church, of night, and

1540. Nos. 71, 107, of the C. &', J. and No I: which the deceased bad.been a member more than two hundred happy b tOdar/:1.rai1 I Dyspepsia Cure. I consented to try it to please him and I was better in

439 of the Painters and Decorators S for a long perioi! of jears. Thei, I I are finding p'easure and comfort in I lone day. I now weigh more than I ever did in my life and am in better ..
present. were many, friends of the deceased !
S. t Special to The Journal.Bluff the shade of its health than for Kodol did it. I keep a bottle
The question was --discussed fu'ly. a;; well as the family present during : graceful palms. many years. constantly

The preent intention, as place! before I the services. The members of Camp I, Springs, Jan., 16.-:Mr. J. E.Ilodsebocin :i Mr. Flagier Arrives. I and write this hoping that humanity will be benefited."
thmembership is establish t Ward No. 10, U. C. V.. were S is her working for the H.
to present Train No.' 23, arriving: yesterday afternoon
I \TAi1DARDtLOTHIrIGf a place where bul'dfng material o! all I Iu a body and accompanied the reRtains F. D. and if the farmers:* will help vvi[ Yours very truly, .
Kinds to: the think it will go through. .:"Everybody brought more than one hun
can be secured, including lumber giave.
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UTHIESEItViBUOOotrtaroll! paints oils sash, doors, blind; Rev. Julien S. Sibley conducted tbe is in favor of it and fchould>, give the I dred guests! to the Poindana and each I' ) & .'.4 ,,&!

( and in fact anything .that:: migatnecessary. 1,e fi.neral ceremonies, prayer being offered -, crsdit to Thp Journal 'and Mr. Hoge-I incoming train is adding to the num,
S by Rev. Mr. Robertson. During'the i boom. J
I i S : ber. When engine: 53 pulled into the
In order, to establish such eour>;>e. or'.bi'. $, remarks upon the White )k Hogebooni"1; talking"Jcurnal" S
a place Palm Bach station it !. Kcdol Dyspepsia Cure is: the only digestant or combination
yesterday .hau
considerable will be Lfe of the deceased Mr. Sibley paid I, ) .to Mr. Duna his horse ran I
money necessary i eloquent ? a""mile ed five parlor cars besides the that will digest all classes of food. In addition to this fact
but those present last n'ght' subscribed -S' tribute_ by saying; "Some men zrway from him. It ran and a : private I; digestants .

freely to stockfc'eral taking' '' need monuments of bronze and mar-|I I halt before he. was stopped.:. Thero car of Mr. Henry M. Flagier in whith! it contains, in assimilative form, the greatest known tonic and recon-

FINE PHOTOGRAPHS. many as fifty shares at $1.00 per *; ois'I' ble but this Is not necessary for Gen, :'|,I was no damage.Mrs. !1 were Mr. and Mrs. Flagler and a par- All other and

Pensacola, Fla. The present lan is to allow no pe Hal Reese..,, for, he lived in the hearts Meade. Wilson anc} ,HUe sons!: ; friends. structive properties. digestants dyspepsia remedies
I' ty of The Flagier party went
--- -- ', who cbs not hold a union card in of men" 1 1Inureliitply I Who have been visiting 'her parentsi i digest certain classes of food only:, and are lacking in reconstructive S
S after the services the 1 returned ; at once to Whitehall, while the greater -i
here since Saturday, her
some organization; to become a stockholder 1
RING C. L. McVOY S cortege proceeded to St. John's cemetery home in Pensacola" todaj;% .t number of the passenger left the' properties. S j

lint rise. Tako advantage or Met bring A committej ,: where the! body was laid ,at rest! L Miss lima Davis (tnlertained a few! train tithsr for the Royal Poinciana I I Kodol Dyspepsia? Cure is prepared at the laboratory of E. C.
hap, Nv fstt-rn mt-ats a epmalty.lh was appointed to solicit S alongside 'that of Mrs. Reese. r' j or The. Breakers. All of the cars ,
orod to any pan of the city. subscriptions cf stock in the es! The floral tributes ,'of her j-oung friends very'pleasantly 'were comfortably filled. DeV/itt &. Co., Chicago, and is sold byleading druggists everywhere,'
were exceptionally -:
from to -
last Thursday evening eight
..
tablishment and it is believed that -
,, large completely' covering the, ten o' 1ock.. Various games'were' indulged -; The prospects for a prosperous sea- -
the venture will
prove a decided su? grave as'well 'as' that of Mrs. Reese. j i : in. son were never brighter: ,at the 'op n.
TERSELY TOLD
S
I I Ir cess. The pall bearers were C. F. Zeek, : Mr. John and' Rob' Fill 1iglm, of At., log period, and Manager; Sterry and

R. M. Bushrell! W. B. Ferriss A. D, i iMorrison more, spent Sunday at,, oine,, his efficient staff of clerks' are con Kodol Dyspepsia CureDIGESTS

I)i Spmgler, secretar"-treasurer of r I'I'I A GUARANTEED CURE FOR PILES ,-!'J. R.: .Keilar and F. 'i e.., Mel..': Mr. Clark, of Atmore, is here on stantly on the go' arranging for the entertainment -

!I1si; \ & Co, f is here from Georgia: :L La Itching, BlInd Bleeding Protruding ien ;business toda '. ,.+ ,. It and. care' of the multltud!
tl.l' few dajs.lam's : I Piles. Druggists are authorized to refund Miss Florence Fill ngim' gave a social that are dally inquiring for rooun. S
money if PAZO OINTMENT falls I. CARD OF THANKS.Mrs. party Saturday evening for hr! Washln on's Birthday is usually considered WHAT YOU EAT

: Thompson.: of Indiana who I to cure in 6 to 14 dajs. 50c. .' Annie McGinn wishes publicly friends. Among those-present were: the high season, but it is confidently -
'm jji: winter in Pensacola, >s again to express hr' thanks to her neighbors 't'a'r
bp Miss Etta Taylor, MIss Bessie i Taylor.S btlieved that this ) both "The 1906 Kodol Almanac and 200-Year Calendar will
111'I''. Thompson is located at tht and friends
particularly to Miss houses will be filled
i comfortably
Hotel THE FUNERAL OF Paena Alvarez Miss lima Davis, Miss Lsone" Dick,: long be sent free on receipt of two cents In addressing
i'a-k I and Mrs. Annie Kelly, Mis Merdella Parker. JJisa :Mary Wig- before that date; indeed it Is quite postage by

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bn in he city for several days in atmuii. BENJ.! ROBINSON I and death of her little boy Alfce Taylor: ; Mr. OsoarpGentry, &fri I find the hotels well filled.
:
: .'e upon (he United States court. MRS. ANNIE {cGINN.I Joe McKibben, Mr. Will Fillingim, Mr.:' Golf;,Will Commence.' .. ......O..9......................... .........'
this morning for his home Warrington: ; Jan. 16. 1906. Almost simultaneously with tie' .,
S. :.iw : I Knapp, ulr. ,Hnrj' Bo m2njand! many
opening .of the Royal Poinciana I Reed Rattan
others. lbs or :
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\t nLUuan Gladden will sing to- i
WAS It hns the callS
ATTENDED BY MANYFRIENDS Tom at'. golf chub takes upon itself a new lease I I
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ong.whojbicJeen
Christian church revival
iiuii:; it the i IlTE.lUWK WATER. Bagdad for time past, is homo! of life. A few devotees of the game I' Chairs -and
some
: Rockers
.n East' Gregory str-aL Evangelist WHO MOURNED HIS I i :
.. r have enjoYed ,dai1Y'- port on the fine :
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> .agaln"f: 4)4i ?IK' j
Sjiegf: :, subject tonight will be, "Re-I : .
DEATH, AND PRESENTED Rev. J. T. Fillingim filled bis regular -: grounds, but the first tournament I I. S
ilti an&" Coming to Florida. takes.place today: The schedule is as'. : Ar: a particularly desirable class of Furniture, for they ;
appointment
at Ray's Chapel near
E.1':' man complains: of his men, FLORAL TRIBUTES. Washington. Jan. 16.-Senator Cullom McDavIl last Sunday.Mr. follows: are durable, light in weight, easily moved from room to .

in\ :'mi. na man complains! of his judg-, S I chairman of the committee on Byron McDavid, McDavid, is January 12-Palm Beach Golf Club I. room or one location to_ another, and '
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.111'n .vnd to forget to : foreign relations, left. Washington handicap tournament. _
yst use a
yesterday for St. Augustine Fla. He ,visiting ,'iis i sister, Mrs. G. R." Stantoa,'. It A re In variably Built for
() Comfort
I.tn id. is directly disastrous to the January !Handicap tournament.January : I'If
Many friends of Benjamin Robinson, i Is in bad health today. ,, .
S and it it doubtful
I III.flI.5: ,mmeJiately in hand as to, who expired Monday mqrning after along Mr. Jake Carlson has a"very sore. S', SS.:-, Tournanfenl'. ..' for New-, In 'addition they : : t
; : whether he can resume his Senatorial, Year's If are ,popular priced; -11,75. $3.00:; 400.
imaunpat can dispnS3; entirely ciip.
you
aol: painful illness were present 'labors in the -near- future. H I hand. f '"t,' ';** '*y9assjj}>|>:, .* : \ February'l'' to, S 5 S $;),00, JG.flO.; J7.50 and $12.00. Buy now and pay later if : -

\\:11: \\'aI' advertising. I Iu yesterday afternoon at 3:30: o'clock to i The fire 'histlesop.udcLaL.g.! ] .G.: Lake Tournament- for'::. you like.WiARSTON. Jt..t.4..
.\ \ 'her 'al g. congregation was presnt pay their last and sad respects to the Cured Lumbago.A. f R.: Stanioa's mill last'Wdnesday"hisht: WOrth.cup. S : 0

,' 41 i ht, i'resbyterian church last: : deceased. B. Canman Chicago, writes Mar., about eight o'cpckwh'en] ; quantity of .visitor's February and S subscription to Tournament cup. for i & QUINA i fi

uign i ,Meu:! to the sermon of Evan S The services were conducted! at 4, 1903: "Having beea troubled wit sawdust which had accumulated durrlag. S' ,

/i. ust Robinson, which. was most iu-] Christ church _by Rev% Percival II. Lumbago at different times anj: \ the day cau.gut( fire..,bu JJEr.eady! } Febtuar17Handl ap tournament : f.
,,--.t-itine Today will! be .the last day Whale, v\ho paid a des9rved! tribute one physician after another, then trtedi dlfffarent 'response of'a"number of,,..men with pionship IF'ebru Florida:
' -;*.uIa! .,n'l'$ h? will hold services at 10( :j jm emp ary life and his devotion to hiai it up altogether.. So r tried 'Once gate: '! flames.. :'oli". John Parktf..,,1v.ho: v as I I professionals F.bruarr 23-Open tournament for ....................................................- : :

II ni! ;::CO: p, m. Everyone is in-1 i i family.. more, and got a bottle ,of Bal'.ard's! helping, had :the )misfor'tuhe. .to fall S February Professional -

n..J| !III be Present at the services..i i, After the services the remains were Snow Liniment, which gave me al. and hurt his knee.: S I teur -foursomes. and ama- .V=Hini; 1'or ma keiIpas. I

Herii-r, ; D'VIembcite left yesterday :' accompanied to St., John's cemetery S most Instant; relief. I can cheerfully'recommen Mr. W. Dunn is exoe ting his ma- March 1 to 3-Women's LewIs Swift, the astronomer" told

morn.n,: '01 Ocala whera he goes to I and there placed at rest. The paliS :1 it. and will add my name i chinerj' *o arrive daily! when he will S ship of Florida. .champion how he waited in Denver for the F CHUMUCKLA J

.m< nd .t 'Ipf'tlnsof the state board !j bearers* were J. S. McGaughey.v. to your list of sufferers., Sold by all put in A sa'w'mill connection* with I Golf enthusiasts are eagerly anticipating eclipse) of 1STS. For a hundred years
Jones, Knowles Hyer, John Massey druggists. I his _grist and cotton__ gin.-_
''i pnannit-k. of which h? Is a memo, j the tournament m which ihe astronomer Kid expected this eclipse,
'f', 'I'll' meting will consume two I!! R. Burgojne and John Maxwell. I There was a lilt's! ramify gatheringat i 1 four leading professionals! of Great: and three minutes before the computedtime Special to The Journal
offerings the name of Rev. and Mrs. J. To
floral Steamer
Ashore.
The
n r 'hi'"' tU\ luring which were exceedingly : Britain for it Mr. Swift seated Chuniuck Ia, Jan.
> !; time sev- last I'( are to parlirtpue. One of tha to begin 16.-Miss Bell
large and beautiful. Norflok. Va.. Jan 16,-The British Fillingim evening when their
S..a anjlicants. for license to practice : number, )jr. Andrew Klrkaldv himself his and looked Salter, a popular ,
: i steamer Eastwood, from Port Arthur I mother, Mrs. ,Sarah Fillin 5m. and is the &p telescope!: young lady who has
pjarmai'\ will be examined. j j Scotch champion. He and his three Into cloudless "It solemn been spending some time with relatives
a sky. was a -
other I
Pleasant and Most Egective. Tex. ran ashore )'esterda)" morninx/; members of the family assembled -
i h; tji.ma.: who has been one of the T. J. Chambers, Ed. Vindicator, at False Cape in a dense fog bur I to spend the evening. There u i! companions, Mr. Sandy Herd, )Ir. Jack moment." said. he. "Jv'o words home at Chumuckla has returned

mi. '10of The Journal subscriptionpar Liberty, Texas, writes Dec 23;;, 190: backed off and proceeiej to Norfolk were thi't '.rour present, a1! kinspeo- ': White and Mr. Row'anJ Jones, are to can describe it. Slowly, as If time's
Mr. H.
here their C. McDavJd has
: 'men'' for months arriving apparently pIe. There stop on return from Mexico.In ceaseless tlor/ had to gone to Pen-
to-da.r music
som has sev-I j "With pleasure and unsolicited by uninjured. was some very fine begun elackeji.two sacola
S that they to on a business
city are take In trip and will
5- 'iJ! his! connection with the papr toffrt ; I bear testimony to the curative on the violin: guitar, !piano,and organ. : part of the three' minutes had passed remain only
you .
the in the
tournament to be held from January city a day or two.
a positionith Ro enau & 1 1power of Biilard'a: Horehound Syrup Tillman Appointed.'Washin'toll. Mr. N. J. Brswton has gone to )Ic- way, and no eclipse! and nothing to Hon. Lucian!
.--pins I The Jan. 1C.-The president !' David today, to visit his father,. is 19 to January 27, Inclusive Miller and mother left
** young ma 1was wetl |i il have used it-4 n my family! and can who indicate that anything unusual: wou'dlappen. this morning for Milton to be
'fd and has many fnenda in the sec ,l cheerfully affirm it is the most effective to-day sent to the Senate the quite sick. I then began to count the short time. gone a

th"on> of ,iu. cit)' wh re he represented'!' ant bast remedy for coughs and nomination for of Abram the middle M" Tillman district asattorney of Mrs. Douglas who has' ben visitingrelatives ROUGH VOYAGE OF tick, tick tick; of our sidereal clock: till Mr. T. J. Cokr, of Roberts is herO I, ,,
!pape- : in Alabama, returned homeyeeterday.
I co'ds' I have ever used. Sold by all Tennessee. ; S all the's'COu:1: had passed away, and I looking; after some cypress timb*.

rae Gitlsden street church revival (druggists. Rev. J..- ITALIAN STEAMER no eclipse, but before the next tick I 1 r It seems that 1 am anunfortunate I'
L. Bryars preached to alarlt'c
qaih I in-redhing: in interest. A fine A Card. saw three black; mountain peaks on young fellow. I met with a sad ,dinar>*>,
t'tOWd af ''nds especially" at night and MOTION FOR A NEW and attentive conjugation at 'ointment: last night but It
was-only
This is to certify that all druggists Pleasant Hill Baptist c'aunrh last :Sun- the moon's limb glide on the san. The
a' ,nti-rest' is manifested. Rev. TRIAL.WAS DENIED : < a dream. I dreamed I
\1' : are authorized to refund ,your money I dar .5 eclipse bad begun just threequartersof was marriedand
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Rrana.-omh, : Keins to have arrived --- if Fole>'s Honey and] Tar fails to cure! :Mrs Lucy Dick, who hag been sick HUGE WAVE'B.OARDED. VESSEL a second too late.: It is such thingsas my wife was rubbing my html,
;S ''h i oiA's ; circuit court! only to
In the yesterday the awake and find
own goad time for he couch or told. It stops tbe a big rat trying '
jour I time is able to b this thA make one respect the accuracy -
r long now out.
ha-m? great meetings. Tonight: case of H. O. Anson'vs.. the W. I... heals the lungs INJURED OFFICERS AND DAM. to rab me of what few hairs I hare
cough 'it n 1 I '
; prevents
f Our publIc school is doing wall.l of the computations of the astronomers
'utier' will heSecret to a su""l Douglass;; 'boe' Company, was brought serious results from a coll Cure la hrt to make him a bed. .As I am very
t-ftnt "h-istian Life." \' )' i S SWF,4.IUI before the court upon a motion of the grippe cous'.i: and prevents pneumonia AGED VESSEL. wheu they tell us about the kind hearted I did not interfere wIth! '

I attorneys for the shoe company for and consumption* Contains, no cp!.II Rev. Carlisle P. B. Martin, L. L. D. --- distances In the heavens. the weight the little animal as I knew he was tty
n new trial. I and size of planets: and other kindred lag to do something himself.Anoth '
.
The
ate<; genuine is l in a y"!>llosr Of Waver:)', Texas, writes: "Of a
I The motion! was denied by the New York Jan. 16.-When the ital- .' little incident
Rtfu substitutes. : things. r happened tome
q 11lHLlTl: RIBBON package. 3 W A. I morning, when first arising. I often _ _
LDMON
OR S court and :Mr. Anson. who had been D'Alember, druggist! and ian steamship!" Monviso docked in Jersey only a few evenings/ ago. I was
tx4i.i SS apothecary.Six !! | find a troublesome collection of .
\ EXTRACT Use half th-S ;. awardE"d BI..ltt Student .
dama'gea In. the sum of City her officers told of an cxceedinglj riding :my :nul! and it was nearly dark
S, I"nr! required of other kinds, and i, $250:; ,00'will bt able to collect tame Peasants KiII d. I phteftni which produces a cough 'and, is rough voyage .from G noa, In The students were one year and n when I came across an opo sum. He

s!.J< --dtHrat-torv, jour money back: i ifo unless the case is appealed within-si\ Budapest, HunarjJan.. ;JO,-A sanguinary -I very hard of to Ballard's discharge Horshouad; bat a smallquantity S welch ihe third mate was severely in- half removed l from their preparationfor ran up a small tree on the roadside. I

n. .lsltng.; I' ty 'dajs.ino flht between peasants anti Hip will at once dislodge; it. and the>- jured and the bridge and deck works entrance. Out of 186 fifty-three shook the tree and he came down and -.
::-- battered' The .Monviso 33:) tell when lived, you coaldn't tell which end ,
_____ sicndarnicrie! took place to-day: in con- troubl is over I know of no medicine! badly was could not Shakespeare first Ube
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;}.... 11 cctlon with the election! of a jadsje!; I that: is equal to it, and it is so pleas!I da's'making the trip. Last Friday although either the sixteenth or the fell he caught me around the neck
mbcr the Full .Nfme :at the village of Bilke in the Bern's ant to take. I can most cordIally)! rec. I i the gulf stream a hug'.?' wave boarded seventeenth century would have been with that !ong, slick tail of his, ant!

L' Omnme ml cmevery I district. Six peasants and two gendarmes ojnmend j it to all persons needing a !i the vessel washing: .Captain Costa from accepted as correct. Two students j got my mule's ear in his mouth. We-

I '3.'es aCoid mOn; (9./ to.2.5c I were killed f and numbers 'Were I medicine for throat_ of lung trouble."'!,I the bridge ami'throwing' Third Officer! placed him in the twelfth century four i had a lively tlm: for a little while. I
in 2D vounded. [ Giovanni asa-nst: ,a crate. Giovanni | was doing tin calling and the mule th.)
in the fourteenth, seven In the fifteenth -1 I
"!:- THEATRICAL $!f suffered numerous cuts and bruisss.I dancing. That 'possum squeezed my
WELL KNOWN
,
i
in the and
twenty eighteenth
S S i neck so hard it made think of
I The brilge I structure_ was warped and i I mt a
;*n*?>M'.'''* ''' .......,............._n "... ... ftIA" ...-.,............."...."................'"'* .,.-, PROMOTER IN THECITYIMr. !1 ste"l l 'In lne' eek, cabins bent four In the nineteenth c? turr. Six- little sweetheart I use to have a !longtime
I .-U..U..U.U..U..j.u?} ; ; ,H,''u' H .. u : ?:H :uJ. .n !.'f. !!.:u...: UI..: ;J :1 _: H...... Arn. n .: .f ; the do r3
.. "' ..."'..."'......."" ...._.,........-'u.' "' ._a_..._ "' """'Iut".' ._..__.. .. I i by the force of the water. The seas teen students did not attempt to assign ago. f

Ii: .5 nlPuall1lO Clint t G.:; Ford, repr: sen tin;? Jnlius ,- i| strained! the ship so that she began him at alL

S3-- Cahn'u, Official Theatrical: Guide!! to mak3: water and from Friday night One hundred and fourteen students -

I :1 > Byg Ut Made 1ay was :n the city yesterday in the Inter' until Monday morning' It was necessa r did not know in what cen'frry Milton
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his publication. states that
to work the punipg.? lived. lIe was assigned;: tp the eleventh -
a ErnJi ate has l,een formed in the 4,7l, :; e.
fourteenth, fifteenVi, sixteenth, :
E: By our plan ten dollars downand a dollar or so a week._will put a fa | an for tl e purpose of ;developing min- | -- --- eighteenth and nineteenth: centuries

iJ Piano in your home that will be a joy as long as you live. In adto. \ &j.t i .'lag known interest actors and and Is theatrical composed managers of well! Fifty-four placed him in the eighteenth I Soothe: the throat and stop a

dition to S !:: A Very: promisIng: mine has recently century, which the student,by the entrance hacking cough. A safe and

S B 1'fen", dIscovered and is named in honor -j 4 r 1 1I requirement* is obliged to know simple remedy So"'y" in.....
S of Miss:!: Marie Booth Russell, lead : better than any other p riocL Eighty-
last I Ii
Tone and! Slnjrinir QiualitEes
H n11g: !! Sli ing" lady with the well known actor, i 10 seven did not attempt to assign! him to I
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Mr. Robert B Mantell. The
5-*? proprty any century. TOne
i?| the Pianos we sell have most charming exteriors; in fact, they are :la located in Lead Oit '. South Dakota, S b1 ndrt'and twenty-seven eta-
and ic tie! \;('In'tyof: the .celebrated! dents did not know who Samuel John

r the creation' of the world's'most' famous piano builders. i ; "1I mestake" mine formerly. owned hv I POSTUM Ii Iiwant S son's biographer! was, 103 not trying
tae late Senator Hearst, father of Wil-! I{
g f Kranich Mehlin 6 Son Clutter Chickering Newton. i f I lam Randolph Hearst, the'prominent to assign a biographer and twenty-fout
!. 6 Bach, Lester, Singer, t! : in place of Coffee if you assigning the biography variously, one
... \ nswspaper man t! old fashioned :
1 I the with a bright Idea to "Himself.
S S S S S S S
comfort of being! well Jeannette Marks In Critic.
t:!
1"1" Oldest and Largest 11A-H6S.. Palafox St. : Farmers, mecnan'cs railroaders,;, again.

:: Music House in Clutter I Music House f&sxsgtS3Sf2BSiSSSSS32i3 laborers rely on Dr. Thomas* Eclectric] -
::= It bad lot of trouble during
"I've
t
i' Florida I Oi', Takes the sting out of cuts, 10 days will show you a surprise my

.:-.... ''*.''-._...... ___ _..._....... ..352S",; burns or bruises at once Paia can-1; life" an old' man says In A recent I

!..!!.!-ttt-,"h......f._: a._....u. ...:.:.nj.-.-:;. !-:.. -...".t-...... ;;; !.-SS3SSSS333. no: stay whera It is used. | hook "but, most of It never happened..I I FRANCES.1

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fb man, a live dog. and a young man of ; ': : .. 5, .- ---
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I fir. WHERE THE JOURNAL good standing now facing the peniten- : : S. # ,7-- _
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'J.I': i t' .,. CAN BE FOUND. itary. It's one. of -the sad stories I .5-
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The Pensacola Journal Is on of carrying pistols. : -;

:, 8 sale at the following places la It Every state has upon its statute '
fi the city: books )laws enacted to break up the I -
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Bay Hotel. habit but all have proved ineffectual" r ,; ," '.: .
f1 Coo's Book Store. though there is reason to believe that] ," ';-. ..'
I 'I 7. Depot Newt Stand # through these laws and growing pub-I .
4io Gem Book Store. lie sentiment against it, the habit is
& Hotel Escambla. snowing a happy decrease. Publicity,"! :tfYi
f) Merchants Hotel. would, perhaps:forward this decrease'For : "HE ACTUALLY WANTED US TO LET HIM WRITE HIS NAME

i; Southern Hotel. instance if dealers in deaaly concealed IN BULLETS ON THE OPPOSITE WALL

4' Thompson's Book Store. weapons were required to keei: I; .
Walker's Book Store. a' record of all purchasers and theii "

' 7 .' ft rames promptly} given to county and! ; What Will ,Raffles Do Next?
: ., lt-H "" municipal officers for publication: mi, "
the this tend to 1 ',
newspapers: might '
check the habit-, for then, every pur. .1- ;. 4/ : That is what everybody wants to know
]Pensacola ,
' Nearest 'baser would be known not only to .{ _-
the officers of the law, but to the J ,- ,4,_, __ who reads one of the series of brilliant stories
: To the Isthmus. 'j -
? ,. men with whom they associate.
The enforcement of aU laws depends I I entitledDailIes'
: ; Admiral Dickins the other day THE CZAR-" '1CE BEAR; GOOD BEAR; KINDLY FORBEAR! ,
I called .attention to the fact that upon a healthy public. sentiment
'., : Charleston Is a little nearer the Panama but it takes a lon. .time. evens! NEWS ITEM-THE CZAR IS CONTE LATINO, TAKING MEASURES TO SO3TH' FUBLjg FEELING. '1

: canal than Galveston and about when frequently aided by measures '
to this sentiment 1 the mntevr
100 miles somewhat drastic put
.. nearer than New Orleans; Into healthy operation.The The Sun says one of this commit- ether safety devices on every mile of *-1 1to .
. which '
of "
course, that Savannah
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tee's measures amends the corporation ? t ,-'. "couairy.:
I i ,; Is nearer than either of the ports following, from the Pickens' act so as to require every corporation -: There is: good reason in what :Maj. q. NEWS',AND VIEWS :
t r} mentioned by a good many miles.t .- not organized for political' Hine says about the value of compact 4' FROM. STATE PAPERS. >;' 1
SfTannahews. Sentinel-Journal, appears to smash the purposes to file annually signed and'organization anj; -of, limiting: the size 4' I If4 Cracksman
In The Journal's Progress and nail directly on the head-from a verified statement that it has not contributed -'of a train to'be.handled by one crew '

.roaperity Edition issued January newspaper man's standpoint at least: to the funds, fo any political' Long runs with heavy trains. necessitating j I

: : '!it4. Admiral (then captain) Dickhu Young icen.d':>n't swear. There i:5.: organization, committee or candidate. continuous duty of ten to flf- Their Only.Prlvileg W. HORNUNQ
, )ad the following to about the no occasion for it outside of the print, Another measure proposes to amend j ken hours an the part 'of engineer: White 'it' .is absurd for' members of i BY E.
say ing office ,where It Is useful when the!I the Penal Code in Section 41 so :** conductors an '
r 1'ort of Pensacola with reference to time. It also !to make political contributions by' r* tly) respanBlble-for number of dir
paper is behind comes, ; 12.000: bills' in a single session.itjU Will Raffles be ?
caught
.t vhc Panama canal: handy in proof 'reading and is indispensable non-political corpOrations' a misdemeanor as.rous"rAts> ;* ,But' ,the mere fact >.onyy! fair,to Vm iaber that: derl

L This station is IOU miles nearer when the ink works bad and punUhabl* by forfeiture of|' that a roav?!'la-' qui tled' with blocs existing ,,rule?, introducing bills" 1}?''. Will Raffles reform or will he kill somebody
. franchise In the of the in-j signal 'i -guarantee against acci!
Panama than )Mobile 'ZOO miles nearer the press begins to buck. It is some- ; ann. -case about tiiii.only) privll'gleft: to the. '
b than Galveston and :200: miles nearerthan times brought into use when the foreman dividual officer director or attorney j dents.' Block j signals- are desirable, average lepresentatlve.Miaml' Metropolis next1, '
t I New Orleans and when the Isthmian is mad and It has been known to convicted of the offense, punishable);and d crea"'p-' (he probability! of accident .. .' :
canal shall have been built, this ,entirely remove the tired feeling of the .not only by fine and imprisonment but the personal equation has to *'i *' I '

L4L I station will be bound to be of great editor when, he looks over the paper but also by 'disqualification for fivej I bo considered 'every instance: One A Invitation. S t You Can :Kcc with/Rames! if You
Cordial Vp .
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t.41 Importance to the government owing after it Is printed. Outside the print years from employment 0(' any kind,of the most -eljckinog of recent accidents tae-iwayj-iis / {ij ; ,
By. wgpjtipg..about tim2forcandtdat.es ,
to the in corporation.- I thatgtoC.tbe ark Avenue, tunnel St }
t.tt political and commercial Importance it is foolish thing. any f ,
: ing: office a Sun thinks that ) In New York c'lty. block : : to lannounce herntela!; "
(44 of thU port in referenc to I The great: good can I was on a j follow" Our Columns'HEGULAR
r4t the Panama canal. When that happy be accomplished by. passing the biHstj'fcuarde.1 by signals of the most high in Jetrer n.countr. Get your card 1o.
event shall have been consummated % %X4'4'4'c4 4' which this committee has drawn regarding favored 1 sh.; -'The? human machine. and lei 'the people know you went: to:
'. corporation contributions to which guides the:Iron machine must v e "it-! :> SimQU': '!)rjc -::in advance :
1l ; Pensacola will be enthroned as a 'Ft -- -
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; Queen, directing" commerce and trade vox POPULI campaign funds! without delaying: action -,be'depended upon and as Ion's as the Come on, rboj-E; get In the, game.-* ------,----- ---
not only to the West Indies, and east il: until the whole scheme concernIng human?'mind is .imperfect and liable Iontic?I!.).",'N\-s.' : ._ '
I coast of South America but throughthe ; i other corrupt '"practices has' been tosuffer.. entcbetanti-Iapees i. not ai'I' .4' a's OP'ERA tlOUSE
.
Panama Canal reaching out to the \ **,H ;a if*'* 7l** considered! and debaien': This' would 'oi the.signaljjpystaajBthat can be de StiJi'inti.Ring." "'-: .
: countries on the west coast of South appear to be the correct view'of the I' \'ifE'd111 eliminate railroad accidents Aftsr an illness of several'! months WEDNESDAY EVENING'DANCE

America the islaois of the Pacific' Dangerous Cannon Crackers. matter for there can be no difference ,A (lay o.r'two:.ago as told in which} c3.nle near resulting fatally, the ONE NIGHT ONLY!
Ocean the 'great is]a ma' continents of Editor Pensacola Journal: of opinion about this particular reform our dispatches. an engineer "forgotall West Palm Beach Board of Trade has
: k wealthy countries of the Orient. as ,, about the necessity of suppressing the while there is likely to be conildE'r.JlaNe : 'approaching Mm' and 'and ran into it. i again.-W. Palm Beach Sun -by the- Friday,

b ell as to the coast of our own Golden''dangerous; : "cannon crackers" and our I difference both In the Legislature -I I Ho had his orders in his pocket and I SCS. MOTORMEN AND CONDUCTORSAt
t :.West. I neighbor Mobile was raid to be preparing ''I and in the public mir.J .'concerning ]iM;? signals -wereset properly, but hU II Tom U the Boss.

1J The Iknmai ,has no desire to belittle a prohibitive ordinance on the I the other reforms. The evil of I mind wasn't working right! and there TomVatson's Magazine may be their hall on West Government SBarrios' .. B. E. FORRESTER
I contributions campaign a crash and several deaths'!: Signal four-piece Orchestra will
same subject Th m'lyor's proclamation corporation I I wag owned by the Town Topics crowd, but :
the- respective advantages of other: against them was as usual aboutas funds has been most clearly established -. systems will not correct that sort Tom himself isn't and in an interview ,furnish Music. PRESENTS

cities but, as a celebrated charactertritely useless alS'the' "bull against till by the Armstrong( insurance investigation -:'o* thing. Bu% there can be no doubt I in the Atlanta Nws he flays 'em alive.He. Admission, 25, Ladies Free.
.;. ( expressed it, "facts is facts"aqd comet." and as to the need for reform : that there is yearn for improving train says the magazine Isn't worth a
there can be no question for service and by that means! lessening ---'- ---- YORKE & mm
1 "red damn" ---
naturally Pensacola does not An accident! which happened on apple without him and if .
this: much has been admitted by the the number of aci'Vents' and as a mat they
'Wish to be left entirely out of the Christmas day by which our honored corporations themselves and the manners ter of economy: the management of ever attempt to dictat to l1mhe'll

4 S reckoning when the question of nearness I fellow citizen. Judge Hallmark came of the Republican party; there- the railroads ought to spare no i P oa-I kill i it too from dead to smell bad bywithdrawing I COFfEE In the Musical Comedy
his : it. Tom bo3seE'VE'r
I to the Isthmus of Panama is the near losing life emphasizes the I fore nothing remains but the enactment I foIble effort --bring about that lessen, '
danger of these bombs.An < ) line ihat goes into the magazine
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of Drastic: l legislation which will I ings BANKERS AND BROKERS
t subject of controversy. I enterprising fellow began ..bythrowinz t : puts iu lust: what he pleases and leaves
'Hi one under the feet of a hor>e pievent such contributions in the fu- ., ._, ... .. ", .. .. .. .. "_ _. .. .. .. out just what he pleases. His i the
Ou.b ture. **** '*** ** We are the Pioneer 47-Happy Boys and Girls-47*
? The Ocala Daily Banner is : ;: ; I autocrat of that
; l now receIving who promptly ran away anJ wrecked' ;I establishment and'
Such a law is ..demanded not only ::: .gI PRICES-25c. 50c, 75c and $1.00'
: telegraph servicewhich" puts the buggy. He then lighted another) by the people of New York but the I t iIABOUT WANT ADS. I. 'there is no power behind! him. We Coffee, Roasters of Sale Wednesdayatnoo/l1t
4. that paper right up in the front rank and thr w It between Judge Hall-; whole country and it seems that its ; ,10 1.suspect3d! 'as nl'icLive Oak Demo- Sats: on

S of Florida dailies. Editor Harris Is mark's feeL It' exploded on the instant -, passage by the Legislature could be:! *< To make difficulties of trlOps'%,I: crat. West Florida.McHUGH'S Cor's Book store.EXCURSION.
tobe congratulated' upon his enter tearing his clothing to pieces, made easy by separating 'the matter': & I is the common tendency. Want *! 5 _, 'I
and burning' and lacerating his legs of corporation campaign contribu-,'* advertising enables one"to 'make *i Not Hopelessly Rational.
prise which" JR no doubt greatly appreciated up to the hips. He has been in bed i; lions from all the other reforpij!* trifles of difficulties" When tIle railroad rate bill gets h- BLENDS

by the subscribers to then for three."reeks and Is now just able'' measures that may- OOJbefore the;-r- -;. i. fore congress if Senators Talifrro

nner. to get out. An assault:: with, a pistol, Legislature to be considered: and de- 4Vnt advertising has just and Mallory! and Congressmen Clark, ,I
,
I would hardly have been", more serious.'l baied. '* enough (.f' the *'splce of chance"' Sparkman and Lamar should suddenly '
The Practice of 'In my opinion he is entitled to heavy A'to make it In't re"'tin-or' ; th" v4 1 become solicitous about freight; rates have no qual. A trial] the
: damages from the city and a suit right '!1'rs n.ilo-se.! sometimes, fail 1] on corn from the 'wst or granite from to
Pistol Carrying. might urge our city fathers to action. ifto s6 the first insertion of the ad. New Hampshire, t>r bedsteads from will convince the connoisseur -
There ,;s only one way to suppress]I :: ACCIDENTS ON *' t ;, Grand Rapids: or breakfast food: from
f ti ,Although the state of Florida has astringent the evi!-forbid the importation and! THE' RAILWAYS. #1 Haven't you sen a "To JRt" Battle Creek -w? shudder to think! that we Life Saving StationTHE

law against the carrying of sale of them. Let the possession ofl*, _____ *r -I IiJ. placard) In RO TIe part'eular window S? what would happen to them in the '
concealed weapons it is almost a them be "prima facia" evidence ; Savannah News. *. : for to be the finding of a concealed weapon and i .t* der what was wrong: with tin! # They haven't b?come so hopelr-ssly!
daily occurence some one lt the punishment be a forfeiture of property? PJacardine: is: primi- # rational in their tendencies.: -Stark*1 claims, YACHT'CU.PID
arreataa' for this offense and many of Telegraph.)
the city license to do business. Thereare :'. live v';ry primitive! -advertff- i
i4 the murders. that have been commit. some dealers who would sell dynamite The annual cost of railroad accidents *, ing. It's just a little hotter than i.f w

teed in the past can be directly attributed .,: bomb,i if they could make a profit is a great drain upon the resources -, nothing-while want advertising! ff i Not Complimentary Wholesale, and RetailGROWERS
!S to this nefarious practice. on them but when venerable citizens of the companies hence any '.' Ist little! btter than, anything #, The >tic-ship: lentut>kY"hil'! proceeding -

The Mobile Item of ,yesterday contained 1 cannot walk the streets without suggestion looking to their diminutionIs if-,else.! *; down 'th chained! out of New 10
wharf at
article this being assaulted, it is time for drastic I. certain to have their attention. York harbor went aeround and was ,, will leave the city

; the following upon remedies. I call upon our city councilto I, Major Charles I). Hine-- formerly of ;> If yon are too poor to be a-:; struck bythe battleship Alabama i o'clock this morning and returnto
ubject, which,will be endorsed by all apply them. ,the army and having also considerable ,Vwant advertiser, then. Indei'd.ouof ts,j which wag following It does not and all kinds of Feed the 2 o'clock.
law abiding citizens: A. Ii: railroad experience, contributes a I ; are In -hard 'luck:" otherwise. ',speak( glitteringly of the 'skill 'of, the city at
ti :The tra'gedy which occurred near : aper to the Outlook In which he asserts i1 you still have an "even chance" navigaws.or of the officers *lma on Saturday is but another result ** i that the majority railroad accidents -: iIwith the best of th m. ?t i I of the fh.et that such an incident 1 CAPT. BENNIE EDMUNDSON.
of the habit of carrying pistols. are due to the lack of proper i it- ft should bare occurred.: -Tampa Times. -

The penitentiaries to-day have within *t CORPORATION -t-I I system and proper training in the I "Poor-pay"" tenants do trat *i i,j .* -"""", --!' ::j
their walls hundreds of men. :young I ;* CONTRIBUTIONS. service. In the militarY'' organization usually about thr.ir obliga- : Excursion. Water tua. aU
: worry
and old, who stood well with their fellow U W -- ,.1.1I I there is an officer for each,tort)" men.! Hon;; to you-whY should you *:j' The beautiful yacht Cupid Capt. i W'1
.men aza)' would have continued 1.ao .-I* New Orleans States. *I I In the railroad service there is an worry about to them "Gelt;.j, Bennie Eilmunson will! run an excimi

stand but for the criminal habit of *:,,official to about each 150 # cruel and! hputpgg"-and yours} adver- S.?!i slon thU, morning to the life ,saving 1 m Basket Ball I
carrying a concealed weapon. Many 4'4'4'4'4'4'e4'* i i Thus, in the opinion of the l"DlPloJ.ees.1: tis! for new tenants! H. station; leaving; at 10 .o'clock and re- Wholesale.and Retail.
men .have committed-crimes of all degrees railroads are > tprning at :2! o'clock.
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because at the time when Governor HIggins In his recent.'men do not feel that Tulane University 1 1vs.
aroused by passion they had conveniently message to the New York Legislature they would if they were in. closer A few- lines! of type, beginnings S::1':1'H. I I
"wanted: will 'i H. I--H M New Co.
with the word Orleans Grocery .
in their jacket a pistol with recommended that the making of political touch with persons having authority.Too a = $jq
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untangle tangles I X '
bring "
which they could resent an Insult or contributions by corporationsbe loJY'7 and too.heavy trains are iu- changes: I TERSELY TOLD Pensacola Classical School |
some petty offense. made a penal offense and that all vcighed against .by the major. The 5;? solve*riddlEs in your daily life, *: BUSINESS LOCALS. i 11

The young man near Selma had A officers, and agents ,of such oorporai roads he says try-to do too much with i :.1.1. 4' w Game will be "Iared'n :J
foolA"Wand Jas. McHugh i !
of
holiday
quarrel with his victim about a dog i lions knowing or approving of such too little help by waof saving expenses. "Idleness is the a.: *
t, the road' : the prudent worker may Gymnasium of ClassI"cat j |
the dead man may have had the contributions be subject to fine and That means delay on
Now dog and refused to pay for IL If so,I I imprisonment. The leading newspa. extra hours., fatigue and sleeplessness -I'. abolish "foo'!!* hoHdaya" from )his: %.1 1 McKlnzIe Ocrting t Co. wholeaal Phone I 05. Proprietor. ,:, School cor. North r:

It was a small matter to quarrel about' pUB of New York are urging the Leg. The extra hours .may be paid I' calendar, by looking for work In A:land retail ship chandlers and grocers ----- -----' --,- -- M Palafox and DeSoto ;
"with the youth who claimed! ownership -II islature.to at once pass a law meet-, for, but the pay will not make the I I* "th want aj. way." 5' the only first-class houia of the kind IS* lint il i
car
streets, on :
There are millions of dogs but ing, the; reeommenactions of Governor I'employe properly alert if he has work-, .- 'I tn'Penaaeoa.) F.'atre5 to alL Florida and Alabama :, :

lone worth the life of a man, and no Hfggins. The Sun calls attention to ev beyond the limit of reason' With I I The"proper classifioit'.on: of *: !3: THURSDAY JANUARY 18, b
compact organisation !-I* ad.] the building of a i I C. V. THOMPSON has Just opened {
doubt the young man has always the fact that a comprehensive plan of lighter trains, more ; your means afresh LAND COMPANY J "
thought 'so. but the quarrel ensued general legislation to' prevent corrupt and larger staffs" MaJ. Hinethinks broad and straight: road jolt for "J k H line of beautiful box paper*., i c*J .t 8 o'clock f, tm. ,1i
Ju.t what provocation the man avethe practices at elections has already the roads of-.the United States every leader of th? paper'who! -H suitable\ for Christmas presents. Also I llanut-'t1.urera of i CENTSfl a
whether great or small isnot been prepared by an able committee would save enough money' in a few would bi> at all interested In Jt- *: crepe papers. Passepartout picture I and Dealers in i \t\ ADMISSION, 50

.: youth_known., but the .youth..badthe composed t.such men as Hon. years by the decrease In 'number of *. binding pursue Christmas cards,.etc, LUMBER, SAWED.CYPRESS SHIN., .- JI: U'u.._..........noO n .'lm ,:ui;
yeldpsltol and it was used with Seth".Low ,and Judge D. Cady Herrick. accidents, to:put block signals and, 'it- *, fl ;t-* H.. 15 ec. GLES AND-KILN-DRIED SAP. .t IlI. JlUIA'.u


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,. Special to The Journal. ..I Mrs. J. C. Craig, of Four
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M r : >. 'I 16 NOW BEING I W;McKinnonville R. Countryman,,, Jan.fillsd 16.-r-The his:' appoint'Rev.J I 'flI.' Oaks, N. C,, suffered from

asthma heart disease and
.-: ment with us Sunday: and spoke on the 1I ,

'i "Parable of the Sower" to a large 1 w nervousness. Duffy's Pure '

i For Hardware n and attentive. audte c?. \ : -.- flalt cured her
and Builders Supplies HEARO .Mr. \. D. McKlnmra spent Tuesday j w -ii: Whiskey

2 ; In i P nSa QJa. 1 .\' -t ... '1_ after eminent specialists

I ; Get Our Prices Before !" Mis!' ?'Mattie! Hardy. of Roberts spent \ I had been unsuccessful. Her
IB Placing Your I l last week very pleasantly with her I _
aunt. Mrs. Fleming. t\\! health is now better than

Order "" Relatives of Herbert forney! Suing :'Ir D. c. Henderson is having a ever before. She writes:
1 house erected and hopes to move intoit
I In '\ u1ty'a Pure Malt Whiskey has doss
I the Florida Naval Stores the rear future. .
ThR1 ia me more good than all the medicine I
:
< i ) Mr. Paul Merrl t. of Muscogee. was 1tjkw 'sU have ever used and I have been treated tll
-- .\. I in our village! Saturday.Mr. by eminent specialists for years.
:i I i' "I suffered from a complication of asthma
't. \ Compa'I J. S. J.-nnings visited his family i ij and heart disease, coupled with nervousness. -
VI7e "VVan1 Ur'BUsiD.es i j at Roberts Sunday i :' .
; :: : I "My husband insisted that I the
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? ; Mr.\ Vernon %
I Burns a.r
of Beatrice, Ala, '
i j s -a5Itfl: I doctors when I failed to improve UMDuffy's
I A suit of than .
j more ordinary interist -!Us i visiting his sister. Mrs. D. C. Hen.t I Pure Malt Whiskey. This 1 be-
; And Oan Save is now being heard"in! the circuit j derson and! is thinking of locating ;:' ": f'i1. gan to do and I have fully recovered
Y'eLl.. J.\I.Cen.ey: i : My health Is now better than ever before
I g court :tfadee Carter pr slding. It isj her. 1 and I am very thankfuL Mrs J. C. Cw1,
3 I' Miss Jennie -MRS.JC. CRAIG Four OaKs. N.
that of Hcrbery F"TDtf5.. the Floijlda Barton has returned to :
t!! Pensacoia for 'medical treatment.
M Naval Stores Coay>any. i Misses Minnl" ? ac-i Bam* Firming! ,Whiskey
I The suit! i is based / upon the death !\ visited Molito Saturday. Duffy's Pure Malt
f Agents
Masurys Paints and Varnish. I ; of; a convict named Fornt' '. who Is a i Mr. Minor Henderson and sister,

f 1 relative of the }plaintiff! \ and, 'is for i Miss Greek, speht Sunday: in our vil-
::, *, !age.. I If you wish to keep strong and vigorous and have on your cheeks the glow of
;the'EUn of $5,000, it being alleged i ii perfect health take Duffy's Pure Malt Whi key regularly.. according to dirt: L1MIIt
Mail !! Master Vivian Henderson is visiting and take no other medicine. It Is dangerous -
Orders Specialty that .th! ? convict's death was due to to fill
l his grandfather at Walnut Hill your system with drugs: they poison
." \!tIn; compelled to walk and run at: this 'week. i!: the body and depress the heart (quinine de- LAr
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presses heart while Duffy's Pure Malt 4 '
p a last:: gate fran the, chf." to the coavlct An .\uitri: n family cjns' tin; of a Whiskey tones and strengthens the heart
his wfe"| an4 i ilccatd j action and purifies the entire system. It is
man :
camp. child have recently!: i'the only
| whiskey recognized by the Govern-
Presley: C. Dawkin3/who was ar! here and will work: with Mr. IMcCoy I menj as a mefllcine I and contains no fusel e
j Gordon & Brown Hardware Co ,I t raigned in the courts as having in the timber business ,( oil. This U a gua-antee. Duffy's Pure :Malt -
AVhifikey has stood severe tests for fifty/ fj
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i i caused tbe death of, b3th- Forney and I)iMrs.. Ida Chandler Is stopping In our I 1 years and has always been found absolutely/, .
another convict, but who was acquitted ; Til-age for a wa-ae.! Mrs. Caandlar is pure and to contain great medicinal prop. :

: ti : was in charg of the two men from Molino and she and husband may I erties. IICAUTION. < '
at the time.- settle hsre. I When you ask your druggist or I -
I tracer for Dufl '* Pure Matt Whiskey be 1,.
) sure you
H 4 11O-112 East Garden St. Next to Freight Depot. The case was ;called yesterday: .Mr. 'Robert McKmnon and sister jet the genuine. Its the only absolutely pure me.lidnal .
I morning 'and ther& were summoned SaUie.'have just returned from a whiskey,and Is oU only la sealed bottles-.. -
$!; ever thirty witnesses, a number of'I 1 ant visit to P?nsacola. Plt'a.3-1 I sever in bulk. IMK for the trade-mark tbe Old
... -----1(*. ....... .- -. -. whom testified during the ;bemllt,"on the label,and make sure tbe seal over
i B., J' psoirii_ .nB,., : -em '!::n. H' f-4. J_. .. 1tl! !W II<" day. The Ibe cork is unbroken. Price.IJOO. Medical book.
;J.f.d '" "'1( .. 4 ,, '-: I
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o'.u. .....iiMEI -__=" iJiijMiiuvinav testimony: however, :was not concludtea. : :tot and doctor's advice free: Dully Malt WhUkey
yesterday and will possibly occupy PEACE REIGNS i ;Jo.: ,Rochester.N.Y. .
----. the attention of the all .
; court ;) N. GOLD ING. Distributor.
:: ::'::\ iav av a r ir j \ v 5 m:. today fl IN SAN DOMINGO
Blount & Blount and C. M. Jones
2 : --- -c- ---- -
& ; are ''representing the;'defendant company I

and R. Pope. Reese. and John S By A5oeiated Prsss.
cAMLJSEMENTSJ I Be'f1.i' are conducting the prosecution.I' NEW New
San Domingo Jan. 16.-The pon.: T bl
I.I' The Original. of Monte Christi on the north coast: : FlVB Brunswicke-Balke a as

which recently had been In the hands
L Kv..,, x Foley &; Co.. Chicago originated I,iof the revolutionists capitulated to P 0 0 Everything tf p-to-Date.
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!>u\a3 Honey and Tar as a throat and lung I II I jtbe I government forces todathe, latter I
remedy nnj on account of the ,. .
great guaranteeing to protect the lives 14 Ease Government Street. '
I merit and popularity of Foleys Honey and property cf the rebels. .
and Tar many imitations are offersd I, -The Dominican gunboat Indepen. PARLORS J. A. BILLINGSLEY, Prop.
for the genuine. These worthless! imitations 'enCia, which supported General Morales '
have similar 'sounding names. ,' fonner president of San Domingo -

i Beware of them: The genuine Foley's also surrendered after her, commander _
I Honey and Tar is in a yellow pack1 had sought refuge on'one of --

1 age. Ask for it ani refuse any aubstijtute. the American warships.

I .' W. A. D'Alemberte! druggist The revolution Is said to have end No. 5 O3.
and apothecary. I ed and all fs quite. H. U COVINGTON, President M. E. CLARK, Cashier.
f w* v C. W. LAMAR. Vite-Presldent JNO. PFEIFFEP. Asst. Cashier.
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Dr. Harper's Eotate. 'Generaldebilitated! for years.
Chicago, Jao.-.16.-It was announced Had sick headaches lacked ambitionwas THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK
to-day that the estate left by; the late worn-out and all run-down. Burdock -

President Harper of Chicago, University I Blood Bitters made m a well GP PENSACOLA. FLA.
,.' is small...and iconsists almost altogether women.' "-Mrs. has. Freitoy: Moo-
of life Insurance policies. It sup .onn. DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES .
is said that the entire estate is gives
to.the widow,:iprithout reserve. John Malone Dead. Capital Stock $200,000 Surplus, $40,000 ,
,PXRmOTO: : -
M 'ctrk -i%. New York; 'Tan. 16.-Join Malone.!
English Author Dead. well known ag, an actor and at one Henry /CoytnltoD. S. J. Foshee. I
London, 'Jan. 16.Herman Charles I time in the support of Edwin Baoth J. ,'i. PfelUer. A. !of. Avery g

Meriyale, barrister; any author died land Lawrence .Barrett, died tod3)in J3ryan Dunwody. W. IL Milton. Jr..
to-day. He 'was born ,in 1829. o E. Maura,
this city following' attack of "'
I f apoplexy Frank: eUly, w. L. Cawlnon.W.

'' ; S. Roeasco. C. A. O7 Teal.
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J..t .n.'tlr1t'ht .
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T. F. McGourln. Dr. W. J. Hacnsh. .
sayings'aie: often tP be heart Don't rrbinlr that "piles can't be F. :E.;: Brawner. McKenzie Oertl:& ,4 ,
in the courts, and they iuiven a dull cured.< ., Thousands obstinate cases C. W. Lamar Alex McGowln,
and tiresome day. i have been' cured by Doan's Ointment: J. R. Sauaders. C. }.{. Tovlngton.

At one time, Sergeant Manning! a 50? cents-at any drug: store. -
Accounta of Banks: Individuals. Corporations and Firms Sollcted.
verynervous man was arguing a cass
Four per: wnt.InUrest paid on Time Dsposlta.WAL .
before the judges of the common pleas. WEALTHY MAN ON -

He bad a 1argeinqberot books before
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him almost'enough"/vvuistitute li -
a
TRIAL FOR MURDER
brary. While be the II. KNOWLES President. W. K. HYER. JR. V.-Pres. Cashla'
A Bunch of Rosebuds in The Musical Comedy. "Bankers and Brokers." at the Opera House next Friday Isht jvas\reaulng\ report and
of one. thfTeases; number of THOS. W. BRENT. Asst. Cashier. W. N. ROBERTS. Asst. Cashier.
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books tumbled.off the table in front of '
Last Night's Play. i appeals to the heart. The ;enerous- on each occasion there has ben a I bim: Belleville! Texas Jan. 16.-The trial
.\ tewears ago when "Davici ity of Dave Ilarura; his kindness; disturbance of some sort. said of W. L, Bldridge. a wealthy citizenof
the
3Iy lords
sergeant nervously
j hia; fond memory of the first kin'i'nets' In the first place, if a l lady dares to Sn ,.Antonio Indicted for the murder -
.rl/n' book
J" a made its bow to "it is reported in two other ,
shown him in his life and his Subseqcent enter with a hat on, she: isMmmei'iate-: of W. I;. Calhoun: comes up here
: piihiu. it was considered ,a retory. : books in these exact words. today and both sides announced ready
j reward forty years later to the ly Crested with shouts such as "hats""down First National Bank
arcanj *' not because of' its|widow: of the man who had shown! ,, in front," "seats," etc., all of : \ore you sure asked Justice Maule for trial. 'Eld\ ridge shot and killed
i '<"'. i' flu'vtr'sentences} or its j him this! kindness. xal ll] make up a which is very annoying( to a lady inasmuch that It is exactly tbe same?" William Dunovant, his business part

wp'i i)ut bpraucp cf its refreshing beautiful and pathetic story. I as it has a tendency to make "Certainly, my lords' replied Manning : ner son;? time since. On the trial he

f'jJlnai.and deep human interest I Then again, it shows the happy her very conspicuous.At earnestly! ; was'acquitted. Afterward an attempt of Pensacoia, Fla
?( characier:; of David Harem was" side of old Dave Harura's dispositionand the last attraction I was fairly -Well:!, then," Raid Justice Mauls was made to assassinate him and he
one of tne most remarkably beautiful his love 'for all horse flesh and I startled out of my sensestF hearing; gravely "why. hunt for the other accused Calhoun who was Dunovant's

t.ies-of rhe !at -da>' story. his keen methods emplcyed in a hors a scramble; and cries! of "fight" to ay books? Read th 'same case again out brother-in-law. Last summer Eldridgesaw DIRECTORSt F. C. Brent, W. A. Blount, Win H. Knowles,
When if'as first adH.rtif.ed5 a trade make. ricji comedy. : nothing of "other words." of the one you have in your hand." Calhoun on a train near here and .
P-ay even-cnp who had read the inHrestlng 'Ir. Browns interpretation of the I Now I im only asking why it I I.I is Manning: saw tbe point and when shot him to death. Rangers. ban been W. K. Hyer, Jr., D. G. Brent.

bosk was curious to sec part is nothing short of perfect.: He that the patrons are not protected i, the merriment caused by the sent here to remain during; the triaL
lai: kind of a play it would make. is the old man over again and to seethe :I afanst! Euch annoyances? It requir.j I had subsided he justice'ssusgestion Mrs. CalhpunV widow has arrived toawrid
aaj there were many who were un- play is to watch; the incidents: of I inn such a simple /emedj-,. and I fee] ) : proceeded: ,the trial.
Billing: to h le\e that a worthy play the quaint character's life.! The per i sure it would be ';reatbappreciate..! will! his 'argument without further Foreign and Domestic Exchange Bought and SoldWe

C:1uid: be made from the book as Ite'nt.mned formance i i. deserving of a liberal I hall threatre-goers! if such a thing; search for the,much quoted case.
absolutely! no dramatic ma- ratrona'je wherever it may go. were given prompt att':! tip. NIGtlT'SCf1QOL OSALVATION '
tHl: Thanking jou for the publication The Old Man or'Ibe- Mountain.
A of this note, I an, *" draw our own Bills of Exchange Vessels disbursed upon the most
large assembly. of people saw the The title -Old: Man of the Moun- ARMY
presentation of David Jlamm last A Very Just Comalaint. "A LADY PATRONV tcin" was first applied to Hassan Ben on Great Britain Ireland Favorable Terms, and their obligations -
tijljt hv Jan. 13th:; 1505. Germany, Fr 1nc=. Austria, lUly.Holland .
Mr. Barn Brown, and those The following very justifiable complaint Saobah.: chief of a Mohammedan sect Russia taken payaple at Port of
'\'ho aw u are better to say the has been received by The Jour who' founded a formidable dynasty in Spa-n Belgium. and Destination Ten Days After Vessel
1 I"ul. for Conc?rt Ps!toned. Capf. N prris ;n charge of the local Norway Sweden! Denmark
having: seen it. hal: Syria' A. I). 1090. Banished Arrives there. ..
,, from his post of this Salvation Army has established other European countries. i
Of i urst'. the draniatIzatIintat neces- Editor Pensacola Journal: The concert: which was to have been I : I
country be took his abode on Mount a night school at the barracks
s-omt- chauses in the storj'iT -. For the comfort'of the patrons of I given tonight at LIbrary Hall for the i! up 'I .
Lebanon -r--
gathered a band of followers I and U' will be conducted hereafter
ont".o
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them the dramatist the Theatre, I would like to : Whyit I Church SundaySciool : '
1a.. embellished has bitn and soou became the terror of Jews nlf! hta in each w ek. On Monday Boxes Foe-Rent in Connection with which
it. and it stands out is that there I ia no officer stationedin postponed .to next Safety Deposit we
'"dav as one: of the prettiest and the balcony enforce order? I',I Tuesday night.; Mr. Paul'Jones will I Chrfstinus and Turks. They all obeyed j 1 night, when" tha school! was opanod '
nwtest plan on thf road. The seemin I have been present at the last four I remain sn the city and will! play on bis orders implicitly in the belief that about 10 pupils were in attendanceand have a Private Department for the use of! Renters. -

is pete and wholesome and attractions given at the Theatre ,and I that ocei ion, 1!i tbejwould receive choice rewards IB evinced. great interest in the -- ,
the Joys of paradise. These assassins: !i StUd8.] I
I I j The oipjls) are children of poor patents --
as his followers!/ were called amon;; !,
who compelld to work -Interest Paid on Deposits at
( are Savings Department
tLenjselvc, rode
roughshod over the'

L OST EYES/GH-TI country' for about =2Wi:! y*.rs- Whenever I I unable through! to the attend day! and tbe- consequently public schools.are rate of 4 per cent per annum. L
their chief the' 0I would .
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I I injured donations of-prinisrs slats anJ j
nt'a band of. these met secretly to books suitable for 'bejiBners as sever.'I!" I U HILTON-GKKKX. PxiMDKXT.K. 1'. K. WKLL1C3,V lCE-PBC lbKSr.JJAN371E1U -
murder the offender! and it was from, af of the, pupils ar;" -ne thr able to;: ..... nNJUI.L.u ur; ; MORENO,ATCA'Hl.lCitizens1 4

this.'that our word assassin oricinallytook read.or'wnte. I National Bank

Through Coffee Drinking. I its nu-anins.___ ,Since his advent in the city Captain I.!. ,

Wnt..rpro t Follaer.in Norris, has ben doing nobLe work! of rtDlleoa.! Florid.
the and his efforts have Direotor.CfO. -.
I I oriental scholar was giving: an among poor nf .w WrieSt, :IIIorr1.II"r. 1'. K.. WclI,

some people question the statetht 1 ly anything at the lid of him. There Let it :be rem mbered that the eyeil I,' address on philosophy! and religion& j i 1 been worthy tie''f mllie5-means- His !assisting latest und many rtak-: I Jets M. Robln'on. L. nUWA Guu
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X5nt coffee hurts the delicate I have be' n but few cases cf Its kind b--j may bs attacked io on! cue and'the.!.. of tbe east. His English was of good j in? the -night'' school 'js deserving of:( A -R'8.NKING BUSINESS

nerves of the I for and ther have been' caused by; stomach in another while in ethers H Quality: only now and then becoming'any enOuraaemt >or as&istanea that|: .- -- ----, .- -- -- ---------- :::
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thousands prove the general I used!; either but has ,baen a great coffee eral ntrvous: prostration. The reais-, riewf when be attempted colloquial: I, E. W. MENEFEE. Cashier. I!
.... .. -, J. S. REESE. Pr3stdenL!
statement true and physicians have I drinker and th, specialists have: dy is obvious and should be aJopted I idioms.! After .describing with fervor -' CARf. VIce-Presldent.

rords of great numbers of cases that decided= that the case has ben caused bsforo too !lat?. the wse; -.the one who can walk amid' --- I PEOPL i
add to the testimony. ; by this. Leach state! hlms?If that I Quit ccffee if you mow.' InciPieat.dlr-r the difficulties and perplexities of morj : THE BANK OFFENSACOLA./

The following! is from the Rockford' for several; )years be had drank tare ease. j 11J j I uy ,f t Directors-L. J. Reeves. J. S. 'Reese W. DeC. Kessler R. M. .C ry,
Ret; l r-Gazelte I cups of coffee for' breakfast. two at I It is easy; : if ons can have will.boiM} these retain his perfect serenity-tb* W. A. D'Alemb rtc. T. A. Jennings. i 1:1', ,
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: Dr. \viiMam Langhorst of, Auroras I noon and ons "at: nipt. .According to ed Postmen Food Coffee!' to serve for thjl!j ,speaker was looking about for some fa ," AccuracyComes TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. it it,

bf.en treating one of the queerest the records of tht specialists ofthis hot morning bverag!. The 'withdraw- ojiliar comparison: by which to briii ? YOUR ACCOUNT IS RESPECTFULL1 SOLICITED. ., l",,'
Tie JMes(| ; of lest eyesight: ever In history j country this is the first ever caused al! of the old kind or coffee that! lsd -, tone the idea to bis hearers. ; whenGrapeNuts :........+..............e..$4.. .. ...e ....t- .. ;

intent is O. A. Leach of Bachj!-by the us" of coffee. ing the hum and the supply of the elements ".\b. ,1 have it!" lie said pleased at I _,. ... ------.v_ --. .-' ---- .r 1t
foun.K: and in the last four months; The nerve Is ruined beyond aid and in tae Postum which :Nature 'recOllection : J ,
; tlie that rewarded his
ef-l
hI' na? aoctorpd with all of the spec-!I his cass is incurable. TU: fact that usss to rebuild the broken; down ntrvij, I Iti
litllHI! about at1lSSr the one is that. the, cells!! issures i :ort, It I Is an expressive saying ot I
the country and has makes case a queer a quick return to thea .11jo Fl. 1\lt. C.A.EI.: .
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lost and the Tour own language, said to me by a .
warned horn; with the fact 1mllrA -j sight forward has been of strenztj! and health- and it's
n his mind that his case Is! side hlnt has been retained. According well worth whit to be abe: again! to' lady'with. whom J was_ last evening; i itO 1 laolr.iaJe l andget.SLIDS&1.f85

bit-, I to the doctors statement tae "do things" and feel well. --There's' TPrslng, Take that familiar bird :|,8 ;THE FOOD. ; Steam, Domestic, Anthracite C 0 A LOVceNa.

be A Portion of the optic nerve has, ycung man will ave to give up coffee reason for thed ck. It U. possible to pour a Ii 1 I and .Blackso th '

<'." ruined rendering his sight SOl or the :et of hU sight will follow bucketful of water upon that thick, ami "There'sa Reason" i i ,_ .3 Sftvth .Plafs} street Telephone. $3.Yard .
"fd that he I is unable to saa and the cntjro nerve b! ruined.-Rg- yet the water can never get Into ltiJeves.New -] :
tag Defore him, but he can see anY-I: ister-aazette. POSTUM York, Press. i J '.-. ..:- II I I:J corner. Tarragona and Gonzalezstr.Pbones6and37- -= ,
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'A8IX. THE PENSACOLA;; JOUHN.AL. WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 1T,19OB .

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: AND EVENTS : i.: 1'l1t'n Kitty tnoeked at the door ; ;;/ to Young 'Husbands.
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PEOPLE Alto! Us Are 111, at"TlmesTBERRY'S' I + KiiXit.* ; hour later gbe very1 nearly! :,,fainted at i rtvAdvico you'are husband and as such soon expect ,
the appvltfon wblih confronted her. i
i And "the to become, a father, take heed. Before"you can \
Kit with his shIrt front wet and torn realize. 'our fondest dreams it is i necessary that
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Seen, Heard and Done Among Those WhD Go, 'Com? : lttten t S I' hi!? face rt-'Otked with blood and I' great)suffering be borne b) her whom lOU love
i CLEMENT: grease., dpr Ida! a wadded
By bearing arm t \ : would do
I' iK than yourself ; you anything
and I S better
: Tarry---Women and Society Here and Elsewhere.By '
CREOLETEA + WILLIS :; I Ii pass of steamy rug. certalrjy: present '' to alleviate her suffering would
t\\ in power
i iJ, -, :?, a formidable: ; appearance. It ,,t7r1\\ your

. E:. NELLIE BECK Telephone 669 i Copynglt. 1905, by: "T. C. 3cClcro' I "1"e her a bath" be grinned! ,_, jou not? ,

is the sefest end best to cure I tCt > ** ;+-H+: ) cheerfully \ I Mother's Friend
KIDNEY and SKIN
- : TROUBLE all LIVER I "1 beg your l'anionbut: can you tell "I shook} say: yon dId! ," agreed'Kitty, 4,7

WILKINS-LAWBERT the "eooj fight being &o valliantlj! I me how to wash a 'entT' Christopher "D'd you hare a fight?" A liniment of unquestioned value in pregnascy,
WEDDING CARDS OUT. fought In Pensacola just tow that hew i Herbs I OC. Tablets, 25c. "Did I?" echoed K jt. "Do you know will wondenully ease the ordeal through
The numerous friends ot the happy: (>nt on to where ths harvest is al I I Caswell hold up abLtckkitteu, ,with avery I'm. gD'ng: ty form a new society tcr the S which your wife must pass it is easiljwithin

couple and their famihes will be interested ways white. Earnest soldiers of th All DrugiSt1UU It. dirty white shirt front, "to justify preventio cruelty from animals i ?" 14 your power: to procure it : surely it I

In the following cards which cross have recently snatched: many a' the question. "Is that the cat?" she demanded. cannot be other than jour duty to do so.

; tave been received! : prisoner from the devil} In this city I Manufactured: by i I Catherine! Turner caught: It In her ""What's Mt of It." he answered C ', One dollar per bottle at ;all; drug stores. Our
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Mrs. Joseph Wilklns them of litear.4there' \alvuble book, Moiberhood is free to all l
and set free the \
T on way R. Berry Chera. Co., St. Louis arms. "Isn't it n.dearr she cried.. picking! : at the bundle The cat droppedout
& invites you to more to fo'low.! I wkoasV.Bradffold
be present at the marriage of her .. ., I "\\ here : '
tR daughter Phllippa It., NEW CITY FLINCH .' : J1 'R-J.\'NT'E: J)! 1 I "I didn't get 'ItA sad.top-!- e: treat She ran after It. and ;when she! I Regulator CO.

M to MET WITH MRS. LEVY. known to his friends, as Kit); *it gat cam out agaIn she tarried cloths anda I Atlanta, Cam e

4: Mr.- Alcide C. lAmbert The New City Flinch Club had an ---.--- -. I me. leu see, last night was prett bottle as well as the kitten.' i
Tuesday afternoon January thirtieth enjoyable meeting Tuesday afternoon The kitten she quickly settled !'n a

nineteen.hundred and six with! Airs C. J. I.evy. For Expert Watch Repairing and me FnOWan.all the way} this little beast followed" chair before the radiator Then she -,- -- ,- .. :- --
the street.
down
.L at four thirty o'clock The special guests of the members turned her attention to Kit. Tenderly
Engraving, go to I "And you took It ,In? How good of
I Saint Michael's .
Church wtre Mra. Joe Hamm. Mrs Cbde the washed oT! the o'ntmeat! and bathed -
p Pensacola Floiula Wilson Mrs. W.' W. Richards Mr I your'
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the
J. F. DAVIS Jeweler scratches applying: a soothing:
Receptionfrom R. K. White, Mrs. Guy Wilson and I "I didn't.exactly take her In; she led lotion.'
eight until ten o'clockat Mrs. Lloyd Hahn. the way. After that I couldn't chuck WATIiISPECIAL
213 South Palafox Street., "Tint wIM! tike the stiu out," be
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Lome Fisherville. :Mrs. Guy Wilson scored. the scorecards her out In the snow again" GREEN &
acId' a*. ICO tampdj'o' jo. 'If you wl'!
bein white hearts dec- The Latest Watches :
-+- ; dainty Designs iji Kitty Turner gave him a look that .
' DELIGHTFUL CONCERT FOR oratetf In blue. seemed to him to bore Into the Inner- :cave the d'>3r, unlo<'kcd. I'll come la

4' 1ST.' JOHN AT WARRINGTON. After the gume the hostess served and J Jewelry* later and cbcngs tli? cloths again." .

There was a fine concert In Odd delicious chicken salaJ, salt wafer' To Kit. It_ een>3d as If tbe',familiar

FelloWa flail Wamn'. ton. Monday and chocolate and during the social] sitting room had suddenly grown

night, for the benefit of the building hour the -guests Tiad an opportunityto ESGAMBI& OYSTER DEPOT. 'gloomy and depressing, and he lay FOR THREE
SALE DAYS !
fond of St. John church the success admire Mrs. Le\y's beautiful new them wondering at the difference a wo
home which thrown ope'n and nn- Phone 1210.
of which must be very gratifying to was man's presence make

4 aH concerned especially to lh'afce and narred by any temporary decorations. Fine Perdido Bay Plant and Escam-- ,Kit Caswell had been a confirmed Commencing Monday, January 15.
!slr8 The next meeting will be held with '
i James R. Landrum who origin bia Oysters at reasonable prices. bachelor ever eiiice; h ,
1. ated and carried it to its pleasing reoJ Mrs. Barton Pepper on East Hill.
I college, lie tailed at marriage and All broken sets Fin e' Enbroideries the Dainty Baby Embroideries
::1: >clt. For, It was a real success, flnancially C. Tabarras & Co.
! : and otherwise, as might be expected EXCELSIOR FLINCH TO love until his victims swore that: someday some wider ones uo to th6 corset cover widths, will. go at just halt

from the following: MEET WITH, MRS. SHEPARD.The I f"tit4j'1 they would hare their revenge by the original price. All marked in plain figures.

Program. Excelsior Flinch Club will I "I beg pardon :Mrs. Ed'wards. but fif seeing him struggling against the advances '

Von B'Uppe-poet and Peasant OrChestra. meet this afternoon at 3 o'clock with I vont you tel! me who jou du>cuased of the little god of lore.Jow TRICOT FLANNELS.

Mrs. Dan Shepard, northwest corner : last week?" interrupted .Mrs. Jones. he confessed to himself that I

Jessie GaYnor-Two Rose SongsCUss Gadsden and AlcanI:. and not with "Alexander Hamilton" answered tbejr dark prophecies; had come true. Twentv-five shades to select from per yard, only. eo to eo ... 19c
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na1 ht. Mrs Rice who was the hostess last tbe leader only they were not dark prophecies., Flannelettes, single fold. ..eo. eo to eo eo to .. eo to . 7'2c'

Gabriel-Marie. Badme-Serenade. week. "Oh, yes he was the man who. He found to his surprise. that being Inlove Flannelettes ,double fold.. ..... .. .. .- . ...... . .lOc
IMr. Helnberg. A foirght the duel. I alwajs] did think I
t a. Brahm-Wlr Wandelten. b. Roy PLEASURE CLUB MET __.. I : was nn altogether agreeable: sea- Remnants in all departments are being culled out and sold at asacriflce. I

L. Qmlth-My Wee Bird-Miss WITH MRS. PAYNE. Iia tlon. '
But, interrupted Mrs. Edwards
The Tuesday Afternoon Pleasure Ills face soon mended under Kltty'sMirt'
Ilalght. Club enjoYed a game of progressive "he really did many otber-things more i but his heart was less easily I You, are cordially invited to call and look-them over.
a. Larfgey-My Old Kentuck worthy than fighting the duel ana1-" IGREEN I
:nome Nevin-The Rosary-Orches- euchre the guest of Mrs. A. H. Payne "And he wa* such an aristocrat,". ) ,I cured. Kitty was friendly bet blissfully -
tra. The ace prize:: was won by Mis. Dan Sirs. u con fious! of his loremakmg. i
: put in Browne-Smythe.
I a. DavW-Charmant Oisean. b.\1. Jcnes second prize, brIrs.. Francis There were little friendly visits to & WATSON
"But to-day ladies, again started
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K. Lang-An Irish Love Song-Miss Commyns. and the consolation by Mrs the door :w-Ith'some dnl approved by I
Mrs. W. II. Dunham. Edwards "to-day'we are to study.
: ffiaight. \ Thomas Jefferson" the ..ft'linefJ'f'CI'1I.! brIef chats In the I
I Relneckte-Spring Flowers Miss After the game d.Inty refreshmentswere .
elevator< and the lobby about cat nature
served The next meeting will "Well,why I laldn't you choose Aaron

'1 :J J. Haight.Violin O&ligato by Mr. Heinberg b with.Mrs.. Jack radon. Burr?" chimed in Mrs. Gordon. and education In the but kitten somehow fended KItty'sabsorption oJ the -

l As usual much of the success of theprogram --+- "Oh .did you read Blennerhastt,
O'CONNELTOUARTWEDDING Mrs.: Gordon?" gurglea' tender speeches that' hung tremblingon l-i- fi H HH ;y. ".'''$ ;t'l
was due to Miss Mildred Anderson seme one. 1,
who accompanied on tne ANNOUNCEMENT. "You knt>w I never did know what a Christopher's tongue. tt DIAMONDS WATCHES
, piano and like the splendn' orchestra! Invitations are out for the marriage perfectly sweet man Aaron Burr was Several' times he determined to pat : JEWELRY,

I of the Marine Band and the soloists, cf Miss A .ary Louise Connel and before. I-" his fate to the test, but some incident CLOCKS PRECIOUS STONES, BRONZES :

deemed inspired by the occasion Mr. George Touart to take place at The sweetness of Aaron Burr was "DID YOU HAVE A FIGHT?" restrained him utithlshe had gone.' It e
: Miss Irma Haf ht's sopranovoice St. :Michael church Jan. 31. at 4:30p. : too much for the leader. was a fit that finally brought his cour- STERLING SILVERWARE, t.
m. Both Mr. Touart and his fiancee most'recesses of his' heart. lIe' bed '
: and Mr. Heinberg's violin playing "Par on me, ladles," she exclaimed. age to the proper point. ART POTTERY OPTICAL GOODS
born and reared in Pensa I ,
were worshiped ,her afar ever since
!were of course greatly enjoyed but "but shall we not have discussion from The kitten, aa all kittens will. Indulged .
I the program from first to last was cola and arewell known.andMrs.The brideIs 'Jno later? To-day we'are to studyThomas : site bad come Into the'studio building. in tbe luxury of a fit. and Kit,lii: I CUT GLASSWARE.
a daughter of :Mr.:
- f artistically rendered and the audienCe This was the first opportunity h3.d'had
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a. O'Connell. and all concerned will Utefferson whose principlesfounded > hot haste summoned Kitty to the res t e'
was corolal in expressions of approval. to with *
have the good wishes of many friends the 'great political organizat'on speak $ %:; cue. Her tenderness with the suffering *
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now known as the-" I| "You get some soap ,and tepid water fierce
beast fanned his love into a :
I i I Commandant Berry of the navy I explained ; Engraving and Fine Stationery.
contributed most to BAPTIST MISSIONARY "Why I though? if was' Jefferson Kitty: 'i.1enyou souse heat and when she had gone: back to-
yard' generously who interested in the 'r' her well dry hec,off.and wyap her In a 1 I t
the success of the evening by sending MEETS WITH MRS. WILSON. was so race : her own rooms he sat and applied picturesque -

a special boat to convey Quests from The Ladies Missionary Society of question" exclaimed Mrs. Allen. blanket and ho'd her untH. .she dries I, app latlon'J to,himself for a *

the city to the navy jard and return. thE Baptist church will meet with Mrs. Edwards smiled a weary smile I out.. You have an extra blanketT"t coward., Then he crossed the hall and Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention.

t a courtesy that was greatly appre- Mrs. M B. Wilson 305 West Gregory andy started to explain when Mrs t "Oh yes," said Kit mendaciously knocked on Kitty's door. *

: ciated. Thursday afternoon at 3:30: o'clock. Jackson. broke 'in. Towing that his steamer rug'was none "I want to talk to you about the cat," of:
4 I 'Well. talking of the race question I too good for a cat that had laid in. Miss he '
began lamely."Is
ALL LIKED T. JEFFERSONOR can one tell me 'where I can get I Turner's ._
DEVIL WELL INTRENCHED any arms. ft she 'wOrse?" asked Kitty anx- i E. O. Zadek Jewelry Co. i
I NEARLY'SO. a servant girl? Susan left me last waif
THERE AND HERE. I Kitty handed the, to Kit. "Hava ,, ,
r : "The local Salvationists are preparIng The class for the study ,of the na week and I've had ,the most terrible 1 you fed her?" 3. : iously.'ItIsn't that" he explained.' "It's t. MOBILE, ALA. ii

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for a grand revival when Captain tion's great men was meeting. Mrs. l time : "Sure ,the,. -
.' "1 do know of one but she's a was> ".prompt response. i about her future .May 1,come la?" "i-'i.:. 3f rk ai-"M' fl$ t;. 41"H "
and his aftr His Sat the had taken tht
Edwards I
Ibis get
party ; leader: ; "She had a pint of cream this mornIng I She stood rside
Christian Scientist and- hospitably 4ad: beentered
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..nlc Majeotv In this: city, says the floor and announced: she .
I'm doefa't look It'yet.5
though
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Tampa Tribune. The devil may not HOur subject to-day is Thomas Jef-- : r ( --, '
r. be as solid here as he is in Tampa I (erson. I am hoping that the laaleswill "Is she a good laundress'J ?"' l n ** t :;I half completed bits of ('hin3.I:1fntin: ;:. PHO'IIE; 1BJ.
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I' iut he's pretty well Intrenched In both! feel free to ask questions at in- "Does? she- "You"must"* not orerfj jher, decreed ; "I don't think I can keep: that cat,"

I places. However, Capt. Holz found i iI tervals. Thomas Jefferson was-" "Won't you please tell us ,of the I Kitty. "I'll bring you some fish : be began when she had settled herself
: principles of Jefferson Mme for her .ll cats like fish.
'I supper They are an awful comfort," she NEW METHOD LAUNDRY
Speaker?" said a weak voice from '
: Then the door shatniid, *Jilt-:went backto urged. :

the corner I his own apartments assuring the ".\nd : awful he
an
The Jouriia/'s Fashion Feature responsibility.
Daily
For the next five minutes the. unenthusiastic kitten that she was f. w. LAWKCNCE. Proprtatar, Ho 8 lV.s.' Ro-nana St. Pvniuco/a, FIll
rdded
read without .I "I don't think a bachelor} should
speaker: on interruption.Then about to have the bath of her brief er.istence. try to keep a cat. >
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. "During the reign of Jefferson at "I used to keep one," she, said carelessly C

the White House society was-" : The preliminaries were simple I I "and found It very easy If you ')oo ..oln tr.-cr. I -- "- --
'H "Oh, did you ever ,spend a season enough though; Kit's ideas of tepid' water : will follow my directions about feedingIt : When somebody: asktd GrakaaSaundofs I -

in Washington, Mme. Speaker?" c-ied: I I were rather'above the standard' you will have very little troul>'e." ; why he did not go to visit

out Mrs. Brown-Smj the ecstatically',I tf'I(>rat rf'. Grasping! the ,cake of "They,i ay black cats are very lucky: tht squire's family nny more he het,!-

"Do go on, Mrs Edwards and tell us soap In one hand and the kitten In the he observed. I fated for a moment before he ventured r The OWStory <
al'Out the society of that time ant; other Kit her and
soaped<< boldly "Indeed they are. I know lots of Instances ; to put his reason into words.
. then I'll tell you of the winter we i plunged the unsuspecting guest!! Into
I 1 t where they have brought good "I'm not one that's looking for
had house there ,
a ,
I the water. As she touched the water Kick." I slIghts! he drawled: at last "and 1

" : the The chairman members, who glanced rose ant helplessly said:, at ; she gave vent to howl, that fr-ghpnei: "I thought" he said nPt--ouly, "that i never paid much attention when they

!' "A motion for adjournment is now I..I Imt and made a spring; for the edge of you might l Iiks to have: it." I spoke about folks that generally came (())

;. : II la order." I the tub "I cou'dn't! think of taking her away : at mealtime nor any of their'remarks! '

;+, ")lme. Chairman" said the meek Kit dropped the soap and grabbed at from you." she 'cried. "she U such a ;: about'large appetites. Nor I ue'.er applied :

\oice. "would it not be well to askMrs. I the cat. but his hands and the cat were comfort to you" : any o' their statements In reg&r/ about "country cur'd

'. Edwards* if she had finished?"' sllppory; with soap: and he hugged her "Well you see" he continue his j to not \vaittag for Invitations or out- meats," and all that is

: I I The chair bowed and Mrs. Edward,t-to his breast to secure her. This turned; heart thumping violently, "I go: with: I staying'your welcome to myself. I good enough to tell bu

smiled and ansverev a bit wearily: the frightened>d little annual ou her the cat: one of these: trading stamp i considered such talk wasn't worth no-1! with the "good o'd! times!
!
Quite, thank )'OU.". 1 back and In an Instant Kit's face was trow"' ticingBut. that sort of thing has

... I I iin JL& U- "fferonwas 1 never knew such"an before that interesting.Thomas;I t streaked with crimson. girnes It was you unconventional but Kitty has I I when square! come out to me at passed away. You wouH

: With a howl he drooped the kitten the kitten-aad Kit.Trapped about four butty one afternoon whenI not eat that kind of m at'
said :Mrs. Douglas after the aJ- :
man back Into 'the tub, <,from which she could smell baked beans cooking aa now If you could get '1

I jurnment.-ChlcagQ_--Record Herald. i made her escape, 'unhampered :and !, E2cihant.. !: easy as I'm sitting here and said he'd any more than you T\OUI)

,Ii ; 1.J1ifI MEMORIAL EXERCISES' promptly vanished: under the sofa In In "Juag Trails and Jungle Feo I count it a favor If I'd note down : burn a tillow candle in
I I place of an electric ligb'
II' the!' sitting rooc. where the gla!s tood on our north
II! AT GEN'L WITTICH'S.The pi? Caspar Whitney tells; of trapping : and every
Kit bathed ls face, smeared It with 6 o'clock that night and at
i.I: Memorial Association, the Veterans -' .f a herd of elopLants and driving the. porch at ,
F salve; and then started'neter the kitten the' twelve thutty at noon
I of Camp Wara' and visiting, i Mo: the graaL: Curiously enough, the : S In morning
; Veterans are invited to attend the R. nsain.! With the aid of it crook hn anlcsals are quite docile until they one and C p. m. for the next three days and WeII=Ordered

J E. Lee memorial exercises which will dIed cane he dragged her from her h'd- discover they are confined, then let him know at the postoffice so's

m't, l.e held Friday evening from 8 to 10 In;; place the!: dust matted In her xvet they throw oft their good wherecpor.j to could compare It with theirs I called 'FabRe

1 at the residence of General and Mrs.W frr. Clearly that bath was more than become rampant. Mr. Whitney continues I It pretty considerable like a hint for a '

; U Wittlch 217 East Gregoryrreet rer n ne"v"e'y. Kit.tempered, the ""aII ; I man that: Haling, to hare good man ;

instead of the' residence of SQDDP fight the posts some fight onanother \ er!'. given to one that1 got a t-enst j j is now supplied! with mpab
Mrs. H. L. Simpson as previously an I have though 'ttT prepared: by Inc highest
In groups they surge again the streak same as 'I
I skIll: which science and
:; nounced.Mr. the tout sides of tbq.Incloscre. grunting I to keep It out o' siL"Youth'sCompanIon. furnl>;'!. ;
expvrucce: can
and Mrs.-F.+-A.- 'Dur o'l1e and : prod'giowly! and whert-rer a ven- S There I Is none. superior vO
II Our Rich : tureaoma spectator shows a head between
; jfl. children left last night for their homein Armour's
:1 the posts be Is charged. Not oC; When Mareo Vole \\tim Alarmsd.KegariiiLS : .
I' Mobile after several clajn
spending
: : the use of bamboo as fuel i
\. f : with friends and relatives in this the herd are so violent Some show Gold Band Bacon,
citj. their perturbation by thrusting dow ,the following quaint lines! from the boot! I
: VelvetyIce of :Masse Marco I olo the Venetian '
I I Into their stomach reservoir an*. drt TO* Boiled Ham

-. ",i Mr. and Mrs. Hans final are the! Ing forth water which they squirt form an Intert'. tiug example of travel-I'

[ happy parents of a fine daughter born, over their backs; others express contempt ers' tales in those! days when Lunch Tongue, I

t Monday afternoon. The little'lady Is Cream I fpr things generally by making I were so few that there was little fear I

LU a granddaughter of Mr. and Mrs.,John ,I little dust piles which they blew over I I of their meeting with contradiction. I Ox Tongue

'1 1 ,, '.i. ; G. Welsh. with' a covering of delicious everything In sIght Including their own He says: "The people cut the green j'I ,

I 1.- ::1. -+- flavor-chocolate ..or'truiltood.Jor legs. Some utter the mouthing low canes of whIch! there are rest num- Sliced Bacon, In I-lb.>.tinj,
rJ' { : : : '>:' : )Ir. Donnelly the new British vice- the godsambraislal -: note:,same rap the ground with their I bers, antI pet fire to a heap of them at ;
consul his wife and Mrs Donnel1Y.3charming
., i., ,. ., Ift,, sister Miss Uncles are ,nectar, They. trunks thus knocking out several peculiar OU((>. After they hate .been awhile !i and the other choice P'p
"i' ; "' .- ; ", '. ," lleasantry Judge and taSte so g Od."* Our rattling crackling high note. burning they burst asunder, and this pared meats which **
.Or : located with '
$- ;:f': ;. Mrs. James R. Landrum. 18s'Uncles The calves squeak through their UttJ makes such a loud report that you I sell!! you. It's as chap "

has just arrived from England. Hot Chocolate trunks shrilly and frequently. might hear it tra miles irJff. In fact live well: as to live another %

-+-' A Ca.tiooa 8tat _f'.t. any one unused tc<) this noise who ,,a)". Try It.

: THE LITTLE PAJAMA GIRt Deep sympathy! is felt by all who MorA reserved in its wording than should hear It unexpectedly mIght{ !

know them for the family of Mr.. Ben with' whipped cream Is most epitaphs is one in a Derbyshire easily go Into a swoon or'die of frightBut ;
choice of many ['coat is rather'more than a trifle fuller for his enjoying wide popularity. '
-i-a'amu are the : I Robinson and particularly churchyard, which after giving partieD > those who are used tp It care nothIng -
their small daughters as [, than the mascuHn pattern the fullness dear old mother to whom he bad been not''
mothers for S about It: hence those who
r. of birth antI death. concludes, are :
for the boys; and all of the in the back managed in tucks in such a good and devoted, eon all his : Sol Cahn & CO.
: *'ll as C Twu said he was an honest man." used to it stuff their ears well with
flannels) madrases andehtviotsthe the centre, tie 6e being released below Lfe. _
..' lightweight latter two are of cotton the shoulder, blades and hanging full cutton and wrap up their heads and 1
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of course-are In the highest ,to the curve of the hipsVThe sleeve Is Flavoring Extracts should be pure tJabappl. faces with all. the clothes they can I The Pure Food Store

t weave for this purpose. he ones pictur. the usual full} puff, caught In with elastic -I beyond any question.. Blue Ribbon Kandy Kitchen Cafe, They who have never known prosperity muster and so they get along until ,

; favor In a pretty and becoming shade : run In the, waist. The pantalettes Lemon and Vanilla are guaranteed absolutely can: hardly! be said to be unhappy. they have become tl*el ,to the sound SouUmest.Corner Palatal and In'endencn

: of are pink J-Vencli flannel with white I fasten on the sides and may have the pure and so highly concen- 104 S. Pa1afoj Phone 999 It U from the remembrance o( Joys w* I tI'll11 the truth IIOWMVY, when I

; A'braiding for the frogs and as a bind 'I' elastic In the ankles! or not. just as trated that only a small quantity Is re i x. I have lost that the arrows of lictioa say that the first time you hear It nothing rhones f tI

: I''ing: on the collar and fronts. The tase '1rIdes. quired. .. .. ,_ ..,. > 3t are point**!.-Eroile 7/>la. can be porp. nJ rmnt.! :: "



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THE PEN8ACOLA JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 17,1906 PAGE SEVEN'
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FROM MANY Lots fn New cly| tpct fiure money A Few Attractive Offerings in Real Estate.

I you can buy two'new 6 room houses, makers, each.. .: .. .. .., .. ....$25
renting for $48000 per jcar. These
: I ISTANDPOINTS houses have bath etc., gas and electricity. Other property In "a11 Parts of city. $28.5oo.00-0ne.. the most valuable pieces of property In the city

: Can be had for Call and see us if you are looking for on a corner and fronting :3 streets (260x240). ,

; ; ;;c' i $1200 CASH-Balance 7 per centTHis a bom or investment. $20.000.CO-New two story brick. building on Garden street, near Pal- .
; I afox. with lot 92 feet front. Quick sale. I
IS A BARGAIN AND IT WILL $12,500.0o-Larga' brick building near business center. A
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I PAY YOU TO LOOK INTO IT.IT; FOR RENT. good interest payer.
Real Estate may be considered the 'best 7500.00 Desirable building lot, near business center on. corner ((243
and safest WILL PAY 10 PER
vestment for either a man of means or a man of lim1t in'I'I CENT. NET. 307 W. Chase street., .. .. .$20 test by 192 feet). 1$',
inconis. $6000.00-Improved property near Palafox street, property paying
; has all modern conveni-
MONEY MADEby .This house about: 12 per cent. We consider this a bargain. ,

ences. $55rJO.Oo-Larg 2-6tory dwelling on West Hill; good neighborhood,

IF YOU WANT YOUR MONEY I investing a few dollars in vacant Cottage at Fisherville ... .. ....$9 with 12 rooms and servants quarters. Lot SO by ISO feet. .
lots on East Hill. I :an: selling lots at Our Rental Department! is given special attention. and our lists
TO EARN FROM 7 TO "12. PER CENT Self-Preservation of stores offices and dwellings contain !locations in all parts of tne
city. Our Insurance Department, representing 15 of the leading
$50 AND $60 L. S. BROWN & CO. I. Is the first, law of nature." It's ,aptly I foreign and American: companies can fully protect you from the flra

and yet be absolutely 5af you should investigate some I applied to the insurance business. fiend. Loans, In any amounts made on real estate and on short no $

of our 5rinS5Ill re-3identl11 property on East and North $1.00 cash and :30; cents p3r week, or Thiesen Building. Those who insure want absolute secur! tice. .
IlilVIII) \\ be glad to have you call $3.00 cash and $2,00 per month. Thes3 ity. Some get it, others don't.
like.
; or write if you I CALL IN AND LET US SHOW YOU HOW TO INVEST YOUR
lots will 03 worth $100 to $125 before
CORRESPONDENCE ANSWERED PROMpTLy they are paid for on the terms otIer: d. An Insurance Policy
LOTS! LOTS !. LOTS I MONEY.HOOTON
Such
terms offered
easy are not every Issued from our office makes :you as, & WATSON 1:
day. I am selling 10 to 16 lots per secure as 'a go\ernment bond. ,
day and they will be all I
soon sold. I Successors to Tbos. C. Watson b Co.
A risky policy may cost a shade .1,
100 100FINEST
lP'ell1l5aLCO' Investment COo sleep.less but It won't site as peacsful No. 37 S. Palafox St. LEADING REAL ESTATE DEALERS. I

BUILDING SITES
ON EAST
LESLIE E. BROOKS Before irsuricg. see us.
HILL.
4. H.
D'ALEMBCRTE
City .
Manager- ---------
204% S. Palafox St.. Fisher Building. McDavid-Hyer Company '

W. KNOWIES., President lt. a. slMPSOiXt 9wntujm 50-5O Agents New York I LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT ::

j. E. ST1LLMAN V..Pres. and Gen. Minafer. KNOWLIS filL Tmsurer. Life I IVVOOD
Insurance.
I Real Estate, Loans, General Investments. For Sale. GOOD INVESTMENT LOTS ON W. 8 E. Government,Company.Street I Notice of application for permit to All kinds that you want.
I II
I HILL. Phone 7CO. Pensacola Fla. sell liquors wines and beer. Whereas -
FOR SALE-200! farralaul.
:
I 215 South Palafox Street Pensacola, Florida. :2> miles southeast acres good of ,Chiple, in I All near car lines i I I D. \\. Nims: and W, W Ninis.: partners -I OAK AND PINE t.

1&Qr' '" I Washins'on: county; no waste land; 30|! GET:MY PRICES AND TERMS AS! I doing business as D, W. Sims &:
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M acres ready for cultivation. Good Board ,
and
Rooms.FOR
of
Son Board
.THEY ARE RIGHT. I have filed with the
lims: rock quarry on premises. For I cheaper than you can buyit
further I County Commissioners for Uscambia anywhere. Any size you
WANTED i.P'WAN-TED particulars address Mrs. 1Wiselolc. I
I I : Marianna, Fid. ITJanlm; RENT.-Two well furnished county Florida their application for want
; I rooms. Southern conveniently -
,
exposure ,
: u\ ;E...' Second hand furnituro WANTED.-Quick, reliable colord: I FOR SALK.-Pecan trees; all sizes; C. R. YAEGER located near hotsl l and boarding: permit to sell: liquors wines and beer .
'I. oiiM, >hold articles of all kinds boy', of good appearance for office I from extra fin* paper shell seed. W. bouses. Reasonable rates. 302 N. I in election district 12 of said county i E.:: C. SEWELL :

Address P. 0. Box 353.KI boy. App'y! 11 W. Intendencia. St., K. Acobta. 14jan 202 Thiesen Building. Phone 332 Spring street. 17janlw I and state; any citizen of such election

'.1: ,,' ter 7:30. af'l,FOR SALE.-Grocery store, and me"at I I district may show cause, if any there Phone 614. .

\\' >,\-I! >.-- The public- -to-know-- that WAXTED.len and boys wanted to1 I L mark t attached; business good, ONE double furnished room with i be", at the meeting of the Board to beheld

i, aa' s Printing Co. has just see earn $5 to $8 day after completing! reason for selling on account of going D. HALE WILSON 6 CO. board. Hot and cold bath and use I on Tuesday the 6 day of February .

,,,. .. : "I' c"rninent.. Our prices are or in our Schools. Graduates admitted Address. I. :M., care Journal. REAL ESTATE, W. Gregory street. ISjanlw* be granted A. M. McMillan,
,. IHan. I Clerk of the Board of County Commis-
1c1( mr work better. 12jan. to union. Positions!' secured. Coyne
Bros. Co Practical Schools Plumbing FOR SAL .-Full blood Barred Ply RENTS AND LOANSWe FURNISHED room for rent; no light sioners. By L. G. Aymard D. C. 604, 60S, 608, 610 S. Palafox Si.

and Bricklaying, New York. Chicago mouth Reck White Rock Fisher : 3janoaw4w Phone
725.
vv \ TED,--The public to know that Cincinnati and St. Louis. Free I Streign and Brow Leghorn Fowels housekeeping 111 w. Chase St. ,
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Aspapers. can be bought at log. ,I Eggs per setting of (15) $1.00. For I have.the' following very desirable I V. J. VIDAL, Manager.
iffii tor five cents a bundle. They 1 W ANTED.-A few boarders 212 W.
e further information address Plymouth at Professional! DirectoryTHOS.
our'
pieces of property on "For
:,c. ail ri.-an and nice. WANTED-Lady or gentleman of fair. Rock Poultry Farm. J. J. Pope. Prop..\'Sale" list:, Grego:)". New house good neighborhood __ HOME OF GOOD THINGS TO Im ImTHE ?

-- education to travel for firm of $250- LL. Box 8. Bristol. Fla., 7janlm I FOR SALE. and on car line. 12janlm* EAT. J
\\ NIED.-Electric work of ah kind. PEBLEY
000 cap'tal.! Salary $1,072 per year,] FOR SALE.-Barred: Plymouth Rock I
fans ,block with nicelot of fruit
dean repair jour H trees
in your I Just Received: I
payable weekly. Exp!nses advanced. Cockerels from prize winners $1.00 BRIGGS HOUSE-Wright street just LAW REAL ESTATE. LOANS AND
;' nlmO '. jour wiring etc. Po1?I13 Address Geo. G. Clows, Pensacola Fla. well I and under fence New City...'.$1.500 west of. Union Depot. Nice comfortable COLLECTIONS Halibut! Chunks Halibut Quick Lunch
up. Large marked good blooi.I
T" po i :a.ula: Electric Co.. 205: S. 16jan2t Also; some good pullets. Mrs. Lizzie % block best part. .of East Hill- rooms. Rates per day 50c; PALAFOX AND ROMANA. 50 kits of fancy Mackerel $1.25 per f

;'iI' I I B. Hughes Chipley Fla. Sldeclm* very cheao. #' rooms per week $2.50 up. 12jan2w* PHONE ;)53.I kit. .1;.
WANTED.-Laborers on Equipment I Best building" location overlooking 50 kits Salmon. $1.25 per kit. I.

ft A-'TED -- Firs t-clats registered!" Building at Navy Yard. Good wages FOR SALE.-South half block 211, Bayou Texar. :200x1371j! ft. .... .$1,500 50 kits halibut fIns $1.25:! per kit.
iggi. ,I nd pharmacist wants pos. and steady work to right men. fronting 400 feet on 13th street by Good 5 room hise. W. Jackson NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS suitable 1 50 kits of Cod Tongues and Sound, ""

,,,,, 'n \Vest Florida permanent or ISjanlw* I 107% feet on Bay lew Park; also, street.- .. ... ..... ... .$850 for light housekeeping. All I C. YAEGER $1.25 per kit.Bloaters Jt-t
'11, 'arar Address F. Z., care Jour. south half of block :n:. fronting 400( !H, block in New,pity, near Stoddart: modern conveniences. Apply 810 E.GaJlide Milkers and Roes. Herring. 1 J
u 3jan. WANTED.-Men everywhere; good feet on 14H St., by 137% feet on Bay place.. .. .. .., .. .. .$T500 9janlm ATTORNEYATLAW.. Codfish.: Pickled Salmon Dill Pickles i 1"
pay-pass circulars, tack signs-I View Park. The only property adjoining .I Number of good renting bousewthat Rooms 202 and 234:) Thiesen Bid. German Sauer Krout.

r::' VI II HAND CLOTHING WANTH4h no canvassing steady. Continental I Bay View Park that is now f'jr will net 10 per cent. NICE FURNISHED ROOMS for rent I PHONE 332. Pigs Feet in kits, $1.00. r
t*" 'tot; price paid for gent's Distributing! Co.. Chicago.; 12janlw- sale. The beautiful view down this! 120 feet'by 80 feet corner Romanaand Newly furnished clean and nice I Manewal and Lange's Fruit Cako. t.t l.f

0' t..lAlso s.?il second hand bayou and down the bayican; never be I' 'Alcaniz.: -Excellent location for near postoffice. Apply at 128 2 E. i- --------- - National Biscuit Go's Fruit Cake 25o :
ng; Intendencia. WANTED: house maid. Apply at obstructed. A. V. Clubbs.' SOjly warehouse Hous s"now"renting regularly Government street Mrs. B. 3!. Trainer. iI per pound. rir
No 9 E. .- -- once to 229 N. Spring street. lljanlw for"'$24: 'pwroonth....... .$2500 Tjanlm. I Dr.S. R. Mallory Kennedy We handle the celebrated blends of '
AUTOMOBILES.-I am agent for the roasted Gulf
I' --- toffee by the City Coffee I ;
;MDAKERS) get Kauffraan's prices TED-Young man as stenographer -, Pope Mfg. Co. and can sell you auto I I D'Alemberte's
Best I Will lend. a reasonable. amount of PLEASANT place to board on N. Hill Office over Drug Store Co., II P. Chipman. Manager. .\
eloping and finishing. assist in office work. Give from $500.00 They cost less than
and to up.
i lb.
Office Hours-9:30: a. m. to 6 p. m. Oaxaca, Sic ; Gold Standard. 25c
2nd from
and1ik interest door line ,
j :::ipe >t in cit). Romana references and tate salary expected. horses to keep up. They can be run money at lowest marketrate of car on Strong Phones 274 and 109. Ib; Diamond Blend, :25c! Ib; Golden ; '

ik -.. 19declm'. Address.; ,P, O, Box 174, Pen acoJa. in sand or anywhere a horse can go. en any of the above. street. For particulars address No. 8. 1110.,20c lb.Strictly :
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Fla. : iOja .. Leslie! E. Brooks._'_I' 30 S. 'Pajafox! St. 6janlm I--- fresh roasted and as gooi "

JOB PRINTING of all kinds wanted FOR SALE-One fine display case: Phone= 234. OH newspapers at five cents a bundleat as any Coffee! sold in this city. _
'" -no Mayes Printing Co., 24 W. WANTED-Tnree or 'four good"sized 21 feet long. S feet high and '3 feet this office. They are all clean T. G. YATES M D. Send us your orders and we will deliver i:
'lixpmment Phone 181. Only the carrier boys. Apply to C. F. Stew. wide.' Suitable for almost'au)" kindof and nice.FURNISHED. promptly. 4

ies of work. Idee art. Journal office. business. Apply to E. L. Reese

Any intelligent person may earn:; a _5 Jan. Lands ,ROOMS-Fine location. OPTICIAN r1

u ATED.naullng: and transfer a good income ,corresponding for I FOR SALE,-A block! situated- 09 Timber I Splendid view of bay. 414 South 306 THIESEN BUILDING KING & RUNYAIM
nQrK Office phone 363; residence rewspapers; no canvassing; experlerce :- North Hill bet""eenRa 'len and Alcaniz. Dec.29.
ptioho. ;J90 Acosta: & White :22-28 N.I unnecessary. Send for particu, Spring streets; for particulars and -- -- -- -- --- Agents for the

: a, ragona St 25mar. lars. Northern Press Syndicate,I pric address P. O. Box No. 412. NICEFURNISHED ROOM two blocks DIRECTOR Wolverine Marine i
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Ixickport N. Y. 5m>*6raos..1 I For Sale I I from Palafox St.. 211 West Govern EngineAlso I.
JUST RECEIVED-Large shipment ol I
WANTED Second hand corn oat i m ot. Phone 899. Inquire 8 to 12. .
.tna cotton seed meal sacks. Out of! WANTED.-:Men to learn barber: trade. imported Olive Oil. Retail by pint, n 1I 1 forenoon, 21declm Pensacola Lodge No. 3, K. of P.
'own\ nipments solicited. Write us. Our facilities cannot be equaled. galloa or larger quantity. O. Morasso I meets every Monday evening at 7:30 The RacycleWe

F S \I.-en:! & Co. Omar. Steady pinctice, capful: instructions: & Co., ship chandlers antf grocers 701 ( FOUR NICELY FURNISHED or unfurnIshed -I o'clock at their temporary Castle Hall. ix

tools. diplomas and positions waiting. South Palafox. jpct rooms; can also use for i over Iou stable W. Ictendencla! Sc. carry a Full Line of ,
money earned from start big wages to FOR SALE.-Oaly 4 young Boar We have them. Several splendid light housekeeping. Visiting brethren cordially welcomed.J. .
A-TED-Th;: Mercaanta Transfer pigs; Inquire at 501
locations.
t n n-ants your moving and hauling. graduates just the season to begin..' sired by Duke of Florida 68923 out large Sarv Mills and and small Saw turpentine mill locations. West Chase e'treet or phone 323. A. KIRKPA TRICK. C C. ; General Sporting Goods I
or,'akage guaranteed. T. B. Tnor Particulars mailed free. :Moler Barber of Orphan Lee. of Baltimore, 58544. 27dec. 11. HORSLER. K. of 'R. 3cSRatnbone ,
Some excellentbargaIns] in large 506 Palafox St.
La. -'
Nw Orleans :
with
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College
All guaranteed registrations and
ten Prop Phone .
978. ISJunelrn."OK !
and small traits of round and boxed:
14janlw Carl Setl' rlind. ___
pedegrees. Chipley Ihl'gc
: No.SO .
-- ---- timber lands. NICELY;: FURNISHED bed room, con.
\ Experiencechef (colored) WANTED.-100 laborers, wages $1.50 I Fla. 2nov.I Large tracts of Mississippi Delta veniently located; privilege of bath :: K. of P., meets every

>! open for engagement to go south I per day. Apply factory of Goulding i! FOR SALE.-Nice. clean newspapers and Hardwood lands. i. gas. phone. Apply 126V.. Garden St.! Thursday evening at 8:00 I F FDR.
Iai i 1 Florida preferred; references. Fertilizer; Co._Hjan I I for sal.?. Only 5c a bundle. They Splendid Hsc; of valuable property i 3jan2w o'clock In their temporary :

Mdrps. by letter, J. C. 8.. 9 Gran- -- ---- --- -- I make good wrapping paper and are. and fine location:! for a Colony! or Stock I ,---. -- ---- Castle Hall over Pou sta \'l tI.
l'i''! pI) Boston. 19declm* thing to put under I ble. W Int6ndencla.street.
just the matting. Fanu i&: South East Georgia. i W ANTE D.-A few boarders in private
MiscellaneousTHE _, Visiting knight, are' cor. r
Some of the choicest residence I.
I RUBBER STAMPS family nicely furnished .
KING i : rooms with '
& irUAL
welcomed.
contracting palmers dially
T of
places in the beautiful little: city I '
bath .
line of 3 of
15c inches. and
per use telephone. Convenient
and decorators. Fine varnshia.j: DAVIS MANUFACTURING co. DeFuuiak Springs Fla.. and ia Milton. J. D. KIRK, C. C.
'finishing, Sign painting a spe- wnolesale and retail manufacturers i i DAVIS NOVELTY WORKS to railroad shops 'and on car line. C. J. LEVY. K. of K. & f.
'. I''Phase 1222. 118 N. Palafox. Fla.Our Apply 401 E. Gregory. Sjanlm
__uiv Rcslder.ce phone 245.: 29aug. d ale in cotton mattresses and .
and ? :. prices and terms are reason I ----
Order
t j You can by Mall
furniture
bed springs. Second hand Knights of Columbus if1
AXTEDAll keepers or poultry to bought and sold. Upholstering and ro. ; IS nor. able.Cal on or write to us. ,, .nJR\ISHED-Large front room Meetings of
feed wheat It is the cheapest feed: pairing :a spedaUy.! 114 E. Belmont i FOR SALE OR RENT New, modern, fronting to outh and west. Good the
'- 'aute: i' makes hens lay. F. S.Mellen Davis Mgr. six-room house. I j light and central location Apply 12 Knisits of Columbus t
C. T. : t\io-stor East Hill
St.. city. I
: hell their
are : at hail
& Co. Phone 334. ..
A. C. Binkley. N. Palafox St., or phone 65. 2janlm
-- -- 17janlm__ near cars. 3Jan No. S West,Intenden J. 1a MOCKDENTAL

\'.',\ TED -All kinds of electrical! DRAYMAN'S ASSOCIATION.If I[ FOR SALE-One No. 3 A Eastmans TURNER&AYMARD I : Furnished cia street,, on every Ul

work 1 sell\ all kinds of electrical I jou want a good drayman ring I: folding pocket ko-ftk; a bargain Apply FOR RE without rooms board. for Monday, :evening at

bst i pries and: other electrical supplies. 353, Dra>'men's stand corner Palafox; to E. L. Reese. 121 S Palafox Real Estate and ; light rent housekeeping.with} or Apply 310 West No i 7:30. o'clock. An initation SURGEON.Crown .
ttQenou We will haul baggage street. .Jan. II \ .i 14 extended
need me ring 345; or 955.I and Zarragossa. I I 16declm. '
p W Puke, new Star Laundry build- and furniture at the same rate.I FOR' SALE.--One choice block on top Abstract Company, Gregory. __ to visiting Knights. and Bridge Work a Specialty.
Its E Garden lodec and also any other hauling. We will of the rilse; east of the 'clictric l i iI JOHN B. JONES, Painless Extracting of Teeth. i\\

I haul any load that one man can han, railway between 7th and 8th streets. P. 0. Box I 115, Defunlak Springs, FIari3 I I I BAY HOTELOpen Rooms night light and day. EDM. FOX Grand. Knight.Recorder 2SJ/2 S. Palafox St. .j l
plan. and
WANTED-A. R. Bingham wanta dIe without any help within one mils I Nautre has favored this section and it I European Transient trade 7 and 9 Old Armory Building. ,. .
solicited
your moving 'I for the regular pricf. We areS reliable be duplicated.: V. clean. Phone 1077.
A.
and hauling.! He guarante cannot Clubbs: '
.i 575-570!) S. Palafox. Jas. s. Nicolau. Pensacola Lodje No. 4 L 0. 0. 'I
*-:, all breakage Phone 630. drajmen. and W! arq responsible.We $25 REWARD F.
I the business and are hen Victor records 35c: and 60cr Call) on Prop. I/O.
are -n I' Pensacola Lodge No. 4 O. F..
Coi RT H01"SEDYEiXGP: ssln to stay. You can find us from six to' our agent or write Metropolitan HOTEL.-Opposlte Plaza. meets every Thursday evpuinr at 7:23: Safes! Safes! Safes!! In
and Cleaning Club, 118 N. Palates': biX.21declm. Talking Machine Co., Jacksonville.I PARK at the new hal onVest Garden
'"" Mrs .! J. Fla. Agents wanted. 19dpeltu Rooms with or without board. Short
T. Davis Prop. Your pat. :! BELL. Mgr. ..litreft."IFi l:1g brethren '
rorlaU
"nage i-olicited; satisfaction!' guaran.! : FOR SALE OR RENT.-Two 1 1r.: .-7: ;; orders and J regular meals served In invited. ,E. GRSENBLATT: Buy Diebold Safes!

T"eo Careful attention given ladies' CUT -FLOWERS.-Patterson's Rose-, one with capacity for 75 thou: '. 't, cafe, Rooms overlook bay. 16dec. SEViLLE, Seeretarr.REBEKAH .

garments! Phone 1222. Sdeclm, mount Gardens of Montgomery, has, lumber; the other thirty! thou2u" cipacity --- -- --- -- Scarritt Moreno, ,

placed an agency in Pensacola. represented Rates reasonable. Telephone SISTERS.:
OCTED. ,-Even body to take dinner j by Miss Bertie Smith. 616 N.; or writE) J. A. Chaffin &; Co., Mlltqu, Money to Loan. Agent.Pensacola.
at at Southern Hotel. 9dec. |I, Barcelona. Orders promptly filled for$ Fla. Sldeclm Naomi Lodge No. 10, Rebekah Sisters .
roses. carnations and all! kinds of other MONEY TO LOAN..On real estate or meets every Monday night at f
"JT''< j K i.EUVERY-Haullnl! : of all''' cut flowers. Phone 651. :Oc I FOR SALE Beautiful i/tock in New other sufficient security by appl 18 o'cock! in I. O. O. F. Hall. VisitIng .

'I' i"- solicited; moving: of furniture City. Tract No. 312. For cash |fo- I Thos. Pebley. cor. Palafox and sisters cordially invited to be P'e3ent SI Andrews and
Ing to ,
a -... i.iliEast; Hill Transfer Co. TAILORING L. Diamond Tailor. Apply to A. 11. McMillaa.: Caurt Houaa. Komtua. up stairs, 17noT-!&. MRS S. DeTHA YER. 11

ft". tt'lId' phac 454; Ofpce Phone,1 Gents' clothing cleaned pressed and; laug MISS MAMIE FREEMAN. Secretary.M. .
14janlmM repaired on short notice. No. 114 ; NORMANS PILLS.-. -rnd eclIt Gulf Steamship! Co.

-- West Government St., Pensacola. Fla. 55.600 Compound Cathartic. ,For MONEY TO LEND-On good real estate E. B. A. No. 81. meets' first and
T ;;M _ux eapt'rtencedrnale' ste- Idee. It sale at The Alligator and We t End security or on good collateral third Wednesday evening af 7:30 p. STEAMER TARPON is
., -; ;"MIa; permanent position. Ad- Saloons. ISnovlm at lowest rates. Leslie E. Brooks.I m.. Raltord! Hall, No 10. West Inteadencia -
: '. .-aie Journal. I4janlw1 SAILMAKER.J. Fisher building. 21Jon street. W. :::. IA8gOWMaatcr.F11tSTCLA if;
L- H. PORTER: sailmaker 716 South I! FOR SALE.-10 room house corner -. -. -- A. G. FELL Pres. :. PASSISNCJC: ,Um ztfi,
Palafox street. Orders taken for lot, 3 blocks from Palafox. lot 96X( FREU..1T bEKVICE
LOANED on J. 1... SWEENEY. Sec il1r
j WARRANT tor the arrest of this wo-1 MONEY. any ana all ,
I tents awnings camp stools and house 192 on car line. For' particulars ln elw" &- ..
persona property,
of :
payable
LOST
I kinds
_._ cots etc. Prices reasonable. 31ja .I quire of Standard_Clothing Co. 9Jan man. uaontniy, When PENSACOLA.:: MOBIL. APALACHKCOUA.
.
You
-- -- - - Yjrb ritr at DeKiiniak Springs: weekly or need W. O, VV. :
-- - - -- -- I CARRABEUie. ST.
-
- -
;'R - - --- -- FOR SALE -Nice, clean old newspapers -I Florida: $ &00 reward for the child. money, see me, J. A. Wilson: 22% w. AN"f-
v MILLVlLLE.
i ,r::! I OR STOLEN-Black stter:: I Live.Oak Camp !\. 1. W. U. W, DREWS.
Salisbury
Educational at five cents a bundle! This.,office. r Fisher Monroe Douglas. Government street. building: St. Andrew t't
all points on Bay
fe '\t'n. u, nam"Dan.: re- __ I Wood 7. 2de: meets in Pythian flail 1st and. 3rJ And ::
Florence room .
be'le ard: ApaUwhlcola.SCHEDULE -
'11 I Car ",
: W Cervautees or phono ThIS''II.oma1.1 Wednesdays in each month. Visiting .
will,
", Jh.'! : 1 17jan2t MUSIC.-After theHolidays" I j---- I I i Freeport. Fla. on the on-ill kinds of cordially invited. .
"rue reward. of pupils I 1 chili MONEY LOANED persona sovereigns 4tola Sundat, 8:30
( accept .\ limits: number her 6th. 1905. The Leave rei 9. t tm.
FOR RENT on short P. A. BOQHICH C.
C.
notice
Violin.] fair'skin' has fore-i ) property Mobile. Ala. .I
Lo" containing on the following Instruments: I ; light hair upper for '
Saurday. purse W. Bullard. upstairs LESLIE E. BROOKS. Clerk.! '
Terms easy. Pensacola. Tuesda 8:30 .
instruments i : plump )
K": Owner's Cel'o Clarinet and all brass teeth rotted otf'ery weight Leave p.a.
': hilt: and papers. slide trombone. Will FOR RENT,-Elegant two story storeroom about 50 pounds; very bright child. %8;-, South Palafox St., Phone 1144. i for St. Andiews. illUvliie. Ap* '
"ifire'
nished for all occasions band or or E. Garden street, Apply Walker: In. child to DeFunlak Springs. Fla. In addition Woodmen Circle' meets Hit Thursdayof I pvlnlS.
I I' ---- --- -- Please leave orders at the graham Star Laundry. Z2dee.A. to the $25 reward. UNLIMITED amount or money to ;loanon each month at 3:30 p. m.. 2d 'floor For additional Information apply ti '
it. and chestra. '
')iiiuaistation w: en Cat1.thnstreet broach seta Clutter Music House or at my per. it.:BINGHAM: lias storage-room-for H. A. DOUGLAS, all kinds of personal property Pythian Hall over Pou'*stable, on Intendencia J. R. SAUNDKR3.Pmident.
I
a ,
Navy Yard. Pensa- rent, suitable for furniture or other f Father'of 'the'-child. Special rates to business men on large street. Visiting sovereigns EL R- COBB.
'
Mturtse! rubbles and manent aSdress: 31h.'I.. Smith Frt and Pass. AftPcnsaeoU. -
A. Cen
Vear York Loan Co 204 cordially invited.
South DeFuniak Springs Fla. New ;$
11 W. cola F'a. P F. Eblers Bandmaster goods.: 104 and 106 Tarragona loan The rILI
n Reward for return to PaUfox. clerk; Mrs. M. B. Olxen,..guardian .
630 SOaov ,
oq ::1ca St. 14jan3t* U. S. Navy. St Phone Jjanlm. South _






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PAGE EIGHT. THE PENS A'C'OLA JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 17, 1906 ..

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JJ We Believe That DISCUSSION Of PENSACOlA WILl Idjo kflEI1IC MARKETSNaval 1 I I II[i'-Not Blood 1 Money But Bread- Money.- -JiitII I



I Stores. I .A- ;sometimes} ; shrinks from life insurance because
t I i shs )improprly imagines It gives her an interest
in
Stylish andReliable I Savannah, Ga.. Jan.: 16.-The naval Not hey
.' :\ j' n b'and's'dtath.: so.
THE 8-HOUR WITHfiUT stor.es market clcssd today as follows: )

BE \\'w ..: ... .. '. .. ....610 Life Assurance Provides for the Family,
WG. .. .., .. .. .. '.. ...: ..6 00 1 wh'en. 1>y reason of old age or death the bread Dinner
'> x., .: .: ? .. .. .. .. ..570 can no longer provide for them. Better insure inEquItable
Clothing M .. .'. .... .. .. .. .. .. ..5:; 15 to-day.: to*-

DAY K ., .. ..' ,.. .. .. .. .. .. ..490
HOSPITAL l I.. :. ., .. .. .. .. .. -.. ..4 35 Gen'!
L Costs Less I II.. ..'.. _" .. ..... .. .. ....3 80 i i I ur lcer 'Knowles Bros.F Agts
I G.:... .. ..... .. .. .........3 60 I i iI Fire,'Ltfe.. Pensacola I

IF.. ..., .. .. .. .. ... ..........353 j __ ,..
E.. .. .. '.... .. ......... ....350 r" _
: Here Experience Proves that r More Work St. Anthony's Will! Go Out of Bush i U.-, .. .. .. ,......r.3 45 ..===; .--___- :- !

C. ... .. :;...,. ...." ..... ......3 40 "' ;::
Can Accomplished Thanin ness as Soon as Affairs Can Spirits Turpentine 65 cents. I.:.. S PEN9.ACOL.A.- ,,


. Than here's, anywhere the point else to -that and: Ten Hours. Liquidated. chest keep supplied the with medicine'j Old AUSLSY! &. CO.'S REPORTS i\ Iron Works and Supply Co. j

added to the -Old Relia- -- !Liverpool Cctton Market
able's" own life-long rep I joe. a ba old! trhiskcy. C1089 i f. )!.1nuractuers'and' Repairers of j;;

; tation for safeguarding its Peasacola, Fla., -.ian. 16. 1906. Unless a movement is at Qnce put guaranteed medicinally: J'n.-Feb...... f. MACHINERY AND BOILERS

customers, you can also Editor Penzacola Journal on foot and carried through looking pure. good doctors evorywhererecommendit Felk-Mlr..;.6U I :2! FORCINGS MILL AND STEAMSHIP SUPPLIES ;=
I trust to the safety that is Reading Mr. Jas.. M. Johnson's letter full Uar.-A ...<.J5Aanl
-;. j found in numbers, for this In The Journal relative to an eight,': to the establishment of a new hospital;t tPensaroU ,M'y ..........n.6.1Ir If. STEAMSHIP I REPAIRS A SPECIALTY $
F store undoubtedly has hour day, I beg to give my experience I will shortly be without an measureconvenientpackage M j-Ju-.. I' Prompt Attention i."en ,to all orders day or night Agenti 2M :
more customers than as an employer in the institution of that character. June-Jslr....... ..:. .: for James McKay &" Co.'s ce.ebrated Log and Timber Dogs aisj S
I other Flori any vice : government) ; i,' Julr'unll\ ............................... 6.1;; I t Chains of*aH descrlp ou". :2
da. Raincoats store inVest$12.00 to 1897 working I was employed: eight hours as foreman per day.car-Ini I:, At a me ting held Monday night this'- sold moderate everywhere price"b.. & b." AI1Pllt.St-p"mbc .........................MlPoptembdfOctober i 5 Pfffc"Phone 1::, PHil. WITTMAN Mg,-. i
of St. Hospital .
$28.00 Suits $10.00 tot ,pent r by the light house stockholders Anthony's Atlanta. .1 Residence PSone 1029.! P. O. Box 123 7
; department: voted to liquidate the! affairs of O'ltobo.'r-Nov"JU: ..... .
$22.50; Shoes $2.50 tot to build a lighter working by the day I! the institution and to close up its, Novsmhcr-Diuber: .............;.:... _.'..... I tstt : :: ::S:::: : :: : ,""""\;

, $6.50 absolutely: the at eight hours par day. Prior to that I; business just as soon as it could bet Deembur-Jnr ._..... ................... :'. -- .
-- -
highest in quality for the time I hid betn'bUilding lighters by, done. There however ,eoJie COntracts -- Ltrerpcol Spots:! 8.JJ
f money. contract working ten hours per day. ;, to cJtr; >are out and a larg, number!' Morris DannheisserFormerly ... .. .....O..O .......... ......+ .
This .
lighter was very much needed i] ,
"accounts dU3 the hospital and the' Nw Ycrk Cotton Market >*
and the general manager requested] contracts will have to be fulfilled and I j ( Daunhsisser .Bros.) O? :T llisi Low Cose I LONGER i
j me to push. it with all possible Speed'j] the accounts collected before! the business Pure Old Rye and Bourbon. 'Fine Jv'............,.. 11.13 llbl U1S lieo-Sl: ,s A .

I told him it would be Imp:> will be closed up. ; Tits t will require Wines. Beer and Tobacco. February.....*.... _.... ..... ..... ..... I : .
accomplish much in so short a day as' 1Isttti-------------.lUt 11.78 1161 11:;;-, i'

I The John White Store eight hours. The law would not allow, several months. Old Hickory Whiskey MySpecialty April.............. ..... ..... ..... ....i i j i
The reason given for closing iip( the i
a longer day; so I had to accept the M&r... ...........1171 11.S7 11.71 11.SM-S 1isujFrssbAY
: Specialist In Men's Wear situation and went to work. I soon i, business (.f the hospital is that the 12 W. Zarragoss Street .lWI,).............. ..... ..... ...... ..... j .
found that the' large amount of charity work in the: PEN3CAOLA. FLORIDA.SHIPPING Jill, ...............II. J HO.!) lUll; 1191-Oi: .
r 205-207 S. Palafox Street. o'clock men waiting till 8 city makes it. impossible conduct an|I -- -- .--. ". August.......... ...... .... ..... .....j' : Is the result of store' :
1J to begin, had all their chonsand institution: of this ''kind on a I ck.tem ,r. ...... .... ..... .... ..... having your brilliantly lightelMore
Phone 225. oJd jobs don?, awl stood ready;' taming bis. seUSUi-1 I Octob.r..1(5). 1J.S3 10811 iO-SS-S i i: iasids and out, consequently .;', :

with overalls and nail pockets on to' ..... '.
ov.uabir.-----------
It is possible that something may '"
jump when the bell struck eight anti l' be done: -in fact somslhing should ba NEW DJ.: 1l:'jtj?.....,.. ........ .... .... .... : Business and fflors" Profits.Bright ;
go to work with a will. I frequently i kew York Sooti: li 15 .
done:-toward establishing a ('barty'hospital :
overheard such remarkes as this. "It, I : lights are the best tort of advertising. We want :
BrosnahamDotson&Co.Bollar ain't in Pensacola. .but *f that iSI I. to talk 'to progressive! merchants about this light .
long till
: knocking otf time. so I -- ques
Grain Market.
not done very quicklv'this$ city' Wll Chicago
I tlet's : tion.
j ht: her lively i :
Makers Machinistsand I was soon gratified with the prog- soon be without' a hospital of any I Arrived. Wheat .
Founders. ess I kind. See nda, Br ss, Doanelson, 13D9, Open liiih:!: Low Close : .
and Mill Wa!S making and keeping tab on' Tenereiffe to The'W. S. Keyser Col May__...... M I'J i ss's 8s?.j o .
.
Steamship Supplies. the work
I Office Phone 1/1\1.\ t'oyle Street Wharf was much surprised to end' July..........,!!j'-4' bo'-s t5'4! I5'i ,,i i ii
when the Cleared. Gas
Kesidenc Phone 983 1'iniacoU. Klond.t: .lighter was completed it' MRS. CLEVELAND Pensacola Company
: ( All Work has Our Personal Attention. had cost less! (for labor) than those 1 : Queen Christina; Br ss, Brenks.; fir I
( had built of similar sze! by contract,' New Ort::>ans in ballast.ugolsi Corn | Phone,148. 24 and 27 E. Garden Street. : I
t working ten hours day. TO LECTUREDISTINGUISHED \ BJaiont Open High Low Cloe I t
.ti ___- --- I I This p-u me to thinking per on that line i for Bremen, with,,62,000 Brss, s Clarke ft lumber:2804! May------------4ct.4! -5s 45 Jo',, : :....... ........ .. ... ... ...............t:
.i; : Jaly_....... :.*., 4334; 4.Vi 4i t
:
and I have learned that mn working! f.912 sqrare: bales cotton. 2250 round :< I II I

tIi1I EVERY DETAIL IN long hours feel they are being Im-pos.j|, LADY OF CALIFORNIA : bales' cotton 24 bales:! ; cotton linters : :
','ed" upon and' they resent it by being!I I i 10,404 pcs oak staves. I Ausley & Go's. Daily Cotton Letter._ ,......... .3..) ........9.....................+H.
' slack and care'e! s with their work.! TO DELIVER LECTURE New York Jan. 16.-Liverpool'
'LIJ1 THE OUTPUT They also know they have a long day: !I I VESSELS: : .: *ORT.st..mshl II I s'.;.ain surprised the talent this morn- :

ahad:: and; must save themselves to I ON "WOMAN'S GREATEST., : .. ins by coming higher when, lower cables -! AUSiEY ti COMPANY I .
ver* expected spots in the Eng j I
stand it. This proctss; of saving continues GIFT.:" Auguste Aust ss. Hreglich 1777,:, ;
ii1 OF LAUNDRY WORK \ when 'I'fh market were advanced 2 points j jwtile .
i indefinitely and : the longday New Orleans to Gill Transit Co. ., )
contracts were from 1 to 3
has''ended the man has done very i August Belmont Br ss. 2967. Savannah i 4
I!'
points (Private cables stated that
is most carefully! guarded little work much less than: he could to Gulf Transit Company up.
: I i
.: and every effort is made 1 have done in eight hours I II I Mrs. L. B. Cleeland of California,i I AiUiqua Br vWitten\ 1875, Vera I ICru. I,;[' Manchester .b ing unable to get th' : COMMISSION BROKERS,
to minimize wear and r When employers accept the eight- will! give a complimentary( lecture to .'. to master. I actual cotton, were buying futures to I' .

tear. In this way the life hour day. employees will have no exCUSe the ladies cf Pensacola "Woman's,I Cayo Bonto, :Dr)$. '\/idery, 2213.,! piotect themselves being forced to i ii ,
WEST INTENDENCiA STREET PENSACOLA FLA.
amounts
take this stand the 11
of :your collars cuffs for idling and good men will hurry -,I Greatest Gift" The lecture will be! I.; ndon to Gulf Transit Co. by larlse i, i : !
.orders
J shirts. and other garments | their work for fear they will nof : !illustrated with hand painted charts Cobr, Er ss,'"Delziol .Galyeston.' to i ol unfilled ., for the manufaci -:
tired article! ; for future delivery and
is lengthened. have tima! to make a good showing for!I and will be of great interest to'women. order. r i i i :
the increasing inquiry from all quarters -Ii Private Wires N. Y. N. 0M and Chicago. i
| the day With an eight-hour day, Mrs. Ctev-Oand !'s a woman of most: Exmoor, ,Br ss. Stonehouse, 2293.!I for' at advancing pric | ,
The Star Steam I I there will be le<;friction, more good]I I pleading_address clear and forceful 0":1 i Bahia Blanca to order. J'\ I, The spinners yarns of the continent s'l
the platform. Her large acquaintance:I ,Gamma Dutch ss; Teensama, 1353::;, I
humor more time for recreation and1humanity I said to b>. in worse shape than those i iI STOCKSGRAIN PROVISIONS! and BONDS i
Laundry. will be benflttd. Tis true: with human nature adds interest totha I West Hartlncol to order. I cf England being simply bare of supplies COTTON, ,

t j that drinking men will have morel message she brings., Her personal appearance Good Hope Br ,.ss, Harding 2308. their shelves bale of. piece':; '
37 Ear<2en St. Phon 114. I time for debauchery, but that will at her aga is a strong endorsement Cardiff to Gulf Transit Company l -
|: gcods contracts made far aheaa': and I II I: Bought and Sold on Margin or for Investment. ;
Marie Ger ss Schoeder, 891 West,
Pensaeola. Fin. hasten his end and still humanity Isi, of the principles! gao: I unable tp purchase the1 raw material *
I benefittfd. espouses-for the preservation of both 1 Hartlepooi Pensa'cola .Lumber Com i''at any price. C

; I ONE WHO KNOWS. I health and beauty pany. I, Our 'markets opened) unchanged to I. Reference: First National and Peoples Banks. 'Phone I I 73i *

She brings with her the most flattering I Nyassa. Br ss. Baker, 1786. Vera, points higher, prices quickly advanced .
; I notices from the press and the. Cruz to F. O. Howe & Company; I II i,,2 12 or .h) points on buying from 1", ... "" .. ."."" "' 6 "' ''' .....tt.NeW .

Imperfect Digestion. commendation of prominent divines. I Tsrtia, Ger.ss. Martinson.!.' *.,,1396, Las I[the south and buyin's orders from
Means l loss nutrition and In The Xash'illemerk n sasThe ,, Palmes. I, Liverpool.- .

\\4i I quence less \itality. \Vhn the conse.1 I largest gathering of the: like I in N.ashville. Queen Christina.."Br s?, BraKe, 2804,I We bateau the time been firm be.

1! falls to secrete,bile, the blood! b All were delighted, etc! Hamburg to oiderVivina I lievers; in much higher prices for cot.
PRPAID | loaded with, bilious :properties the dig .,: Mobile Rgister: A superior woman Sps: n'sS"B! stinza, 19'83. Liverpool I toD. and are more firmly settled inCur Crop Cane 'Syrup
-'stion beroraes impaired and the to Gulf Transit Co.
I I of superior) abi'ity etc. convictions .than ever before. All
bowels constipated. Herbine will recI -|; All ladiFs are invited. At, Catholic Ships. the advices obtainable from both public

: :' I tlfy this; it gives tone to the stomach :: Knights Hall Thursday January 18, Avon,.Ital sblp, Avegno, 1601, Genoa and private uources indicate thai Put up in all size packages
liver and Ji neys. strengthens the ap- at 4 1'. m. No admission. to Rosasco Bros. with the exception of a few scattering 1 ,
I' tetite. clears and improves tha | ,
complexion bales here and there, no cotton '
; 11QTS ( infuses new life and vigor to Lisbon Elvira.to Port oidr.; ship-;, Rodriques, 14S8, 1 is left in the hands of the tanner to WRITE FOR PRICES

the whole system. 50 cents a bottle. colt mch less to hold for
Ruby Nor shijv Erikson 1333.:: London
noo sold by all druggists.
U 15 cents or any other price. Tnr
to Southern; States Lumber Co. there may he some cotton in the hand Stores Southern States lumber
Supt. Company
1 'ff1'I 'Artificial Pearl. 8ar.w. of merchants but we, Oa not believe ,
: It is Ncr for one moment that: Mr. Jordan can
possible to produce a film haying Armenia bk NIelson. 1168.
Treen McKenzie scrape: together a mill-on: bales in tho I PENSACOLA. FLORIDA
IIII much of the appearance of mother to Oerting & Co.
; I whole south and now that the spinneris
Bauff shire. Ital bk,
of pearl at a trifling cost For this Matchese 888,
1:.. _: Genoa to master beginning to realize the bluff run on h' ,
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purpose are required one part nitro cellulose
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,; '- I Due Cuigini. Ital bk, Olivari. 125!!, him and beginning to hunt for the raw
seven or) eight parts of 100 percent : Genoa to order. material for he must have it, we B. L. HALL & CO
alcohol and
twenty-one parts I E.ina.M.: Sm iu, Br bk. Rice. 736, lather think a pyrotechnical display '
ether. Soluble glass is used as a solvent Leith to order. in the cotton market will show up WILL SELL FOR SIXTY DAYS
I
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ten parts.of thU to ninety parts of ClapfI" ShruckI Killccna. Van bk I'edersen very soon. 4nd such a one too that:
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765
Quarserize.wjh I
5 ilel..p1SCEYdTSUCUUORAQUIRfl FOUR FULL
I QUARTS
water being the proportion. A seriesof : Bahai. vill turn, the old bull cliques 'Isre?u (

CHAS.BLUM&CO interesting; experiments) In color I &a CLUETT,PEABODY&CO.*,. rir :I Numbers, No 1>1::. Birkson 1107 with envy at the small price they put ...OF...
.ii Sir AND 519 WEST BAY ST. brilliancy and consistency are made l>j Makers ClueU end M:snarebSbfrt?:' Chnstiansand to A. Zellus. I cotton to a few years ago. Talk i ij
always cheap l hut it takes money to THE CROWN OF BALTIMORE PURE RYE WHISKEY-
JACKSONVILLE FLA. adding: bisulphite ot carbon in the proportion Paolino hal bK. Lairaqua 128C I
...-. -=-._-_- I of twenty-five parts to lOCI, Rotterdam to Rosasco Bros. : buy cotton in the southland: n:>w. Hoi FOR
J $3.50.
t Providenza. Ital', pk. Olcese. Air went a fw years ago but that
parts of the eolution. Benzine may 4, __ 1185.
also be added with the effect of chang t tIns I Tonio Ital bk..1'onlno. 1032:!, Genoa.I: dayhas gone ])y flOW: Other 'brands at rock-bottom prices. You get your
We have all along advi-ed our
ii YouKeep the arrangement of the colors and 'I, Genoa Pruno.to master.Ital bk. Gibelli.\ 1215. Art- fiends to buy cotton at existing prices goods the same day. order is received. Give us a trial!

varying their Intensity. werp, to order. .. believing the setback in value waj I order. B. L. HALL & CO., Quincy, Fla.
I SEEDS Soars da Costa, Port bk, Marnato. only temporal: and a gr>;at oppojtrnity -:
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< -I 604 Rio Janerio to H. Eaars & Co. missed were the lower pricas

Your Feet A HOME PROPHET Venadis Nor bk, Pettersen. Maran- not taken advantage of and the courseof I' -1
han to order. values in the last few days has! ,

proven our Judgement 'to be correct A Money Saver
Schooners.calumet The his futures all "
spinner buy
can
WHICH
and Warm Am g Dry IS SOMETHING LIKE A HOME PRO- : 1094 Bal he please hut after all paper con ..... 1
timore to order. tracts (;'0 not make calico, and what: 0Uorse !
.DUCT, NOT.WITHOUT ITS PROPER D. H. Rivers. Am sen, Peck ':863, ,is to be tjje outcome of all of this.i 1 Save at the tart. kccp.oii .u DI.
Guantanamo to order. : Let jhe liquidation of the enormous and atttie came tune make a ftronfer

likely You will to catch not be cold.nearly Two so HONOR SAVE IN ITS William H. Yerkes Am.scb, Wade. ,! short Interes-t that we believe nowj and better horse. It. ideaL lt

1 things; ara necessary to OWN COUNTRY. SUCCEEDI 1-11-., Norfolk. exists. in the market, and which must I economic! It', whoLesome Try it. I

,t keep dry, warm feet, and I sooner or later be liquidated once
I start ,to cover, the countryman will, Feed
those two things
I are I I "get 'in the' game" and he has the I SOLO IN THIS cryayF.

iSfcr II! This Is especially true of beer. It' When You Buy, ,, :II -JCARRABfcLLE raoaey to do now, and who can fore- S. MELLEN & CO.

Shoes and Is a peculiar fact that a southern ar-:, Get the Best. cast the top? ---- -
tide In the south_has a severe uphill
Socksand fight for just recognition. There seems i It's the Cheapest! in the End.
to b" an established prejudice In favor' Special to The Journal. McMiiIan ---
.1 of a northern 'or western beer based'' Carra bell e. Jan. 16.-The membersof BrOS., Manufacturers:!
t there's where we upon no other reason than that it is I! I St. :James Lodge No. 89 K. of, Pn SHINGLES SASH DOORS WINDOW GLASS I Ii
I can help :jou. Here are : made somewhere else and must b-= I with visiting: brethren numbering 21 I ,
the best Socks you ever I I better. But our good and loyal southern | iandreth'sNew in all marched in a body to the Bap- BUILDING MATERIAL.
i
; saw for 10. 15 and 25 popta should remember that up': tist church Sunday evening to listen I

cents; also 50 cents for : to the time of the war nearly: all the| to a sermon on Pythlanism delivererf' Php.ne.I.{ I. 'M. G. DeSILVA & CO.
7, wool Socks. Regent Shoes I revolutionizing: innovotions in corn-' by Rev. Wa' ner. who took his subject } I'
I from iljoond Peter. Third chapter _...... r.II:
;r1 with good thick sole. yet merce and business! originated in the : rr.--._ J ..z-i1-; : .. -
b easy on the feet for 350. I south. And} now there has been another -) Crop seventeenth verse.. He delivered a -
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j ,. .
i very feeling and interesting sermon I > T'
Innovation. A few years ago the I iI
i Fine Rain Coats Acme Brewing Co., located in Macon,: I to a crowuted' house some could not i, MOBILE, ALABAMA.A B. ACOST4 & Prompt delivery'to' any part of '&'
I get seats and after the services were! E. CO.
i Ga., made a bold daring and brilliant<: city.,
; $12.50 and $13.50. i stroke. They have installed a brew I Just Received.W. closed G. W. Binsey lantern; of' Apalaehicola1 the j j Office and Yard-22 to 2S X, Tarr
exemplified by pictures .
GENTLEMAN'S' TASTE IS UIc.'eMl. "-K.r.HOM.r./
ing plant which is absolutely unexcelled BEST rhon t4;
: .love gona St.. pensacola Fla.
great of-Damon and Pjthias. j'
Keep the Body Dry. on this entire hemisphere in pointof i I
The Miles Orton: Dog and Pony SUITED WITH A
modern, up-to-date scientific equipment iI iI Show was a failure as far as the I I COAL WOOD AND ICE
I, an<1.-Just as the coat makes the' I I ponies were concerned 'as they were i

: I I man. the brewery makes the beer : burned In Tallahassee Friday night. CERTIFIED CHECK .. ..... ....------ .
: Their product "A n rlcan Queen"beer,
1 Both mills are now, running and 1, "
H 0. ANSON I has been declared by the Walheinusl I II I A. D'Alemberte, there are seven vesselsJn the harborall 5C; CIGAR. '- -
: crctz'rn
I Institute, of Chicago. to be superior loading: with timber1 and IUD1b r. All the qualities of fta ror aroma -
I to th, beat of American beers Druggist and polta[,, /color and good material is .1 ICE COAL and WOOD.
CASH CLOTHIER This Is an unprejudiced, unbiased. I Bilious? Feel heavy after dinner? embodied in It. I
x tHlbou/; l'-=pfnlou. Proofs' of the fat't' Telephone 103. : Tougue coated?, Btth'r?.taste? COin- fz'em 'the:

: Corner Palafoi and Main. I are on exhibition in their office! and it I' 121 soun Palafox Street. pInion sallow Uver n eds waking A, Greenhut & Co. ,.t Consumers9 Ice and Fuel Company.

I Is truly a "poser'ifor southern jJn: >le'! i iY up Dean's Resnlets; ; cure bilious at- ". DISTRIBUTORS. $ d Offlce-;Cocner Cht e and Tarragoa, Phone 259.

II I with.a northern prejudice., I tacks. 25: cents at. afcj-tlrug store., ..L .f'E SACOLA. FLORIDA. I

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