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Title: The Pensacola journal
Alternate Title: Daily journal
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Language: English
Publisher: Mayes & Co.
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
Creation Date: January 18, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
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VOL. IX. NO. 15. ,PENSACOLA' ; FLORIDA, THURSDAY- ( MORNING, JANUARY .18. 1906. PRICE 5 CENTS :

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FOOTBALL T TOO BODY Of'MARSUALl FIELDNOW ',GREENE-BkYNOR[[ C PITCHFORK, -. TJLLMAIV,' .... ,- :' 'IVENEhUElA: AN: \


EM ROUTE TO CHICAGO MRS. 'MORRIS, INCIDENT


0000 A GAME nun TOBEGIN FRANCE E BREAKSRELATIONS


Special Train Bearing Remains Left New Speech Characterized by Many Severe. 'Personal -



T TO lOSt Tork Wednesday Morning -Business. Thrusts at President -iDoors


Places Closed. Closed and Senate Adjourned.By .

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WEstern Colleges Would Not Think By Associated Press. lette Mr. Field's niece all of Chicago Points of Associated Press"Washington i pursued the policy would lead this
Preliminary Disposed
American Minister Now in
New York, Jan. 17.-The special and Robert N. Fair Mr. Field's former Jan. 17.-The recent J i country into many serious complica-- Charge 1

of Abolishing this Popular train bearing the body of Marshall partner; Norman B. Ream, Mrs forcible removal from the White:tions. .
Field L. D. James, Mrs. Field's sister and and Swearing in of-Jury House of Mrs. Morris was made the' Senator Tillman accused the presi- of French Interests in South
to
Chicago left at 11 o'clock) to-
nephew.It subject of emphatic denunciation by lei'ent. of putting the treaty into execution
Sport. day and its route was over the New was announced to-day that >Ir. BeginsTo-day. Mr. Tillman in the Senate to-day. His I in the face' of the senate's refusal AmericanRepublic. h 1

York Central and Lake Shore Rail- Field would be buried in Graceland remarks called out remonstrancesfrom 1 to act, denounced the senate as i;
roads. It is expected that the part cemetery. It is still undecided whetn* Messrs. Hale, Hopkins and Dan-I t willing to submit subserviently to all

in Rules Will Not Do will arrive in Chicago about noon tomorrow er the funeral will be held from his ESTIMATED THAT JURY WILL BE iel and )led to a very abrupt,closing of I asked of it. and implored] the senators t i
t C3ges The special train consists of residence at 1900 Prairie avenue or the doors and sudden adjournment in to show their independence and teach Retiring French Charge is Not Allowed 1U

five cars, a bagga'ge' car, two sleepers fiom the First Presbyterian church. IN, CUSTODY OF MARSHALS OF the middle of the afternoon.The I the country's executive a lesson and
Away With Brutality. a dining car and an observation car. speech abounded in Mr. Till- at the same time serve the country. to and. !i!
Dr. Frank Eillin'gs.'' Mr. Field's family Field's Places Co( ed. COURT SIX WEEKS AS,IT IS BE. man's picturesque expressions and, With reference to the Morris Incljdent -

-- physician who is one of the party Chicago Jan. 17.-Out of respect tu was characterized by many .severe t he declared the president had i

IH THE OPINION OF PROF. SMALL, returning to Chicago on the special the memory of Marshall Fiel'a': who LIEVED TRIAL WILL LAST THAT and exceptionally personal thrusts at'been derelict in failing to punish his M. TAIGNY AWAITING ARRIVAL :

train said tou'ay that all the membersof died yesterday in New York the Field LONG. t the president. At times he wept subordinates for their course anti

OFCHICAGO UNIVERSITY IS i Mr. Field's family were In good wholesale and retail establishments in over what he regarded as indignitiesto q coted a statement from persons sala' FRENCH CRUISER AT WILLEM- I'
j i health; that they had borne well the Chicago were closed todayand will : L a lady and his voice and eyes were I:to have been witnesses to ,show the r
THE MEN BEHIND :THE GAME, strain at watching at his bedside remain shut until Saturday: i :1 full of tears when he declared in the proceedings had been inhuman. lie I STADT CURACAO-CHIEFS OP? ; :J

OFFICIALS AND UNIVERSITY during his illness. All the stores on State 'street,- Chi- By'Associated Press. face of protests from his fellow senators i said he would later formally present 1
Those who 'Went on the special train cago's greatest retail ,street and probably 'Savannah, Jan. 17.-With the decision that, he would demand an investigation .a resolution for an Investigation of FRENCH. CABLE OFFICERS Ex..

.?lfilT THAT CbUNT.By to-day are: Mrs. Marshall Field Mrs. the greatest establishments else: of Judge Speer in,.the Federal) of the White House inci the entire incident.It PELLED FROM COURTY. <0
Marshall Field Jr., Mr, and Mrs. Stanley where in th '"b-uslness district will be court to-day that Greene aha Gaynor dent.Reference 'I was the informal introduction ofthis ;jit:
Field Mr. and Mrs. John, C. King closd for two hours on Friday, to the treatment of Mrs, resolution to-day that called out ". "
must be trloa' consolidation I
:Mrs.: Henry Dibblee.) Mrs. Preston Directors of the Field museum of upon of Morris constituted the latter half of a; the protest from Mr. Daniels while -' .

Associated Press. Gibson. August N. Eddy Mr. Field's natural history have ordered the institution the indictments against them the speech based upon the ,senator's resolution Mr. Hale objected to the presentation By Associated Press. ifl i!

t !.'a', >, Jan. 17.-Members of the brother-in-law. Miss Catherine Eddy'I closed all day Frio'ay. Attaches .. last preliminary point at issue between ,making inquiry of the president of the matter at all except upon Wlllemsiadt, Curacao Jan. 17.- ; .
i",;". 'of the University of Chicago Arthur Hones 'Mr. Flela's private secretary of the museum will wear the prosecution and t the defense concerning the status of our relations proof. ;I.
....'". .be! wave of "football aboli- ; Robert T. Lincoln, Miss Gil- badges of mounrning for thirty days. was adjudicated and all is in with the Republic of Santo Mr. Tillman declared, his,determination France on last Monday broke off diplomatic ... i{

:' \\"' I not strike the conference I I readiness for the swearing of the Domingo and was added to illustrate not to be guided by their advice relations with Venezuela.

"., of the West. Dr. J. E. Ray- Jury to-morrow. r his contention that the present adminIstration and closed with a reiteration of his through Minister Russell, who is at : ir
*# Arrangements have been'made'! is tending to imperialism. determination to ,bring in the resolution -
i head of the departmental
(cY: ins present in charge of French Inter
the entertainment of the trial jury at Mr. Tillman characterized the' to-morrow. -t'f
culture and Dean Eri 15.read
H.J of the divinity school GROVER CLEVELAND PECUliAR MOVE one of the leading hotels where every course of the United States in Santo; Prominent senators on both sides ests.. I.. -''-
TIRED'OF HIS JOB. provision for their comfort will be would command 11. the French, J.;
c. oiember of the athletic board X I Domin'go as a great extension of the said the resolution Taigny retiring

!..i) 1 uai cone of the middle west In- # made. I Monroe Doctrine and said if it was II I but few votes. charge, who left on French liner arrived ,'
Associated Press. X- i It is estimated by attorneys in the I J.'
By 11
s: .! ,ion. will do away with the gain" -. ---- here today. ne was not permit )
New York Jan. 17.-The World # I case that they will be under the cus- >
,un>" (hat we would not think" I today says: IN NIANDI I jtody of marshal ot the court for a; ted to ''and at Porto Cabelle. and Is :t

.11&01 i l-h'ng! the game at Chlca :> I* "Fri fJds of Groycr Cleveland least six weeks.'as it is believed tho CONGESTIONON now wailing for a French cruiser to ,
J:,! i n m Hulbert last night hit is trial will last that long.TROUssLAu ENTIRE E 'FAMILY1IPED Y
ji 'a' ',K> grand a game to lose. Therjm %o said yesterday that he is heartily !- ;* 'I take him to Martinique. \\f!
sick of his $12.000 position as & j;
uiain level headed men in the I I Chiefs of the French Cable offices f.fl ;
rebate referee for the Equitable, ISTHMUS
I"H' io fessliate' doing away with SWINDLE OF at, Caracas and La Guayra have beu It"
Mutual and New York Life" Insurance *: ,
needed it Is
tc -pot'' Informs are ;
Companies. *, expelled from Venezuela and are expected P I
" for this
md expressly rea- OUT
an ih.r he football conference will "}Ir. Cleveland it was said &; j MISS ROOSEVELT here" by first .'.-.mer.
told Paul Morton president of *>; 11;
,' \e\\\(\ h" on Friday. All talk of I Pacific Mail Ships Are All Badly -
the Equitable, on Monday that he &
.to'-hhing' I ih ;same at any westernu. would !like tp be released from $100 Certificate Borrowed from BOSTON WANTS : t
I II
.!'io in ,he Big Nine" is pure nonw -
the position.; Mr. )Morton it was #, GOWNS FOR HER APPROACHING, FIDE Delayed by Conditions at

((11mput,r"i i", \!lninV/ of psvfology, Smal!'. head and one of the of','** give stated the begged place a him further to remain trial. and. i'I *,I I Broker and' Copied by Gang I Iof I MARRIAGE BEING MADEJNBALTlMORl. : -BY Panama.By OLD IRONSIDES }I'i t

c.ii- mv influential mn on the fatal-' The conditions underlying Mr,, "'Forgers. !:.* '-. : S -- }
" 'I* Cleveland's: desire to give up the f:; s' '. *
.> -t- ;r"t1: Associated Press.. .: ;
By Associated Press
position described Iris *
I- .- nonsense. to talk of abolishing are Tiy San FrancIsco' Jan, 17.-R. P. '
'" ,, I ba'ieve' !,I l'if friends as two ,fold. In the first Seven Persons Cremated in Farm- Boston-Masa, January 17.-Erie f' -
'U do
> > not any reproof Press Schwern vice president and general (
place he was dissatisfied, with the \, By Associated Press. By Associated Pape the artist l left Boston; yesterday
\ the confrrence colleges I'I I publicity which had been given .1i. i I New York, Jan. 17.-The investigation New<<;! York Jan. 17.Quite a number house-Head of Family Found manger of the Pacific Mall Company tor Washin'gton with the -Constitution .f', i;
n Hj'l n atp abolishing the game at;;I into the Norfolk'and Western of the gowns for Miss\ Alice said yesterday: : he
I his acceptance of the office and fJ. petition"which expects \t { li
il"fl:;; on Fridaam certain I II' Roosevelt's outfit being "The Pacific Mail Is in
stock swindle, it was said yesterday wedding are no wise responsible -
to either or '
present to-day
congress;
Hin the second place he felt kneen- -y- Turnpike.
', i2n $'!ill not. Changes in rules ; ly the hostile ""criticism which* has disclosed the fact that the alleged 'made in Baltimore ;Md.. according Dying on for congestion on the Isth to-monow. While in Washington Mr. I. '-1\f

: III"' rjo away wi'h brutality or I I if- the publicity had aroused. # instigator of the the plot did not, haveto a dispatch to a morning paper from muse On the contrary our ships Pape will try to secure the signaturesto :i

t.-'!'hn! .'-- in toot ball. It is the man I[ ii"Wnn Paul Morton asked # invest $8,600, the amount needed that city. The wed-ding gown is to By Associated Press have been compelled to lie over at the petition of many men prominent }
was A
1 .i'n'' '! 'm :same th- officials. and the i about these '. to purchase a good 100 share certificate consist a heavy white satin brocade Pembroke! N. H.. Jan. 17.-Seven Panama for 18, 19 and 20 days 'when in national life who have expressed t
r' "I j '':'c university that count." I 1.- reports yesterday ;? from which to make the bogu bfin' riiadc in an American silk factory y'll members of,the family of they should remain at Panama not themselves as favorable to the (
if he denied them persons
> emphatically de- -X-
H-' '. <, '- action has started a ne.vi! ones. Information has Leen btalne of a design originated for the Charles Ayers are supposed to have more than a week. And we have haJ movement to save "Old Ironsides." i '
'no.'hal, : ..:4'tatjon! but the game will I *' daring that they did not contain I by the authorities showing, it, was' residents Daughter. The old lace belonging perished in a fire which destroyed the to work early! and late at this end of The petition is an immense affair J "
word of truth &
'" "' ',' :.i'wiihe-i' In the colleges! of I a # said that the man borrowed a 100 to the Lee family of New England Ayers farmhouse near here today the line trying to' keep them on their and it requires four men to carry it. ,

1, mi I Itl.. wt; ." said Dr. Raj-croft.! 1: ... .. share certificate from a certaia Miss Roosevelt's mother's family The oodles of a child and Ayers's schedule. I do not know the cause of It is estimated that at least 25,000 persons ''I' .-
i ;'tjf.$ ; : ;.1'i ifi'E1f : ;:-
i 4tj, at'o': .triitude toward reforms in 1 broker. The certificate was turned will be .used in trimming the mother-in-law have been found in the the congestion on the Isthmus for I have signed it. It is about one i
i
" ""MI; ''i.i 1 been definitely decided 0\er to the engravers to be copied! gown. ruins. Mrs. Ayers and four childrenare I have not been there. I know how and one half yards wIse and 170 feet 2'

-n I .: <.i>idmg to a statement I issued from with certain val lations. I! Yesterday several; of the gowns also missing! and it is feared that ever that the Pacific Mail is just as in length. \\1
n.- 11 t U\ Acting President Harry PRESIDE TI Three boxes which 'Charles Augustus ; -, were tent'to Washington for the pros too victims of the fire. keenly interested in the Panama tradeas
they are
* Il' Seton had in the Standard Safe pective bride's inspection.
)u -.oneordin? to the stats'i' authorities suspect that a crime I it ever was. It is true that some
'. .< finite !instructions". have been Deposit Company's vaults ana' rails-i j Among them is .traveling dress has The been committed.Late ,of our :steamers: have come away from RACING IN
.1 ffrre to a man named Donnellin were'of pale gray broadcloth. For this
"J' i iv representative: The I Panama without full cargoes, but the
repwill found In a
.. OF FRANCE set of furs is being today Ayers was
District exquisite
taken to Assistant AttorneyGarvan's dress an
: II'' ct',', be Dr. Judson. i reason for it is that they have notgiven -
the Northford turn
fox also turbanof dying condition on TENNESSEEBy
I office yesterday and 'exam- made of silver a 1.
in the town of Chichester suffering -: us the freight"GERMAN
disclosed all sorts of fur. pike
I ined. They, pa: _the" same L _,_ _,..."_ __u_ _..__,__ from a",bullet wound, apparently
SON' CHARGED WITH1OTHER'S pers. A diploma issued to lSE'ton-t j mere is RIO:; a nuue sauu; eveuiufi: :
I name was spelled: Seaton-by the. dress combined with chiffon and real self-inflicted. EMPEROR Associated Press

Clement Armand Fallieres Elected Ohio Wesleyan University in 1893. Itce and one of palest sea-foam ',;reea Nashville Tenn., Jan. 17.-Within
MURDERBy was found; also the diploma he recEived ever green silk. :
SOUTHERN GAME he- next ten or twelve days bre.ders.turfmen ,
by the National Assembly at from the higa school at HAS CONFIDENCE ard: others Interested in rac- -
PI -'mouth. Ohio. There were also -
} JEW STUDENTS -- ing will likely know whether or not
'memoranda of accountswith three. FOR ILLINOIS -
Associated Press. Paris Yesterday.By exchan'ge bousesWillianv .' By Associated Press. the sport i? to continue in 'this state. :f,

fh.ladelphia.: Jan. 17.-John Mc- big stock Shoemaker of Philadelphia Berlin, 'Jan 17.-On the bourse to- The LisonRlce: bill, which has already

inrrow: son of Anita :McMurrow A. long statement, to MrGarvan GO ON STRIKE day it was reported that Emperor William been declared: unconstitutional by two -
made a
kn'tl'n as the Countess de Bettan- Associated Press. I yesterday in which he said By Associated PressBloomln'gton. yesterday evening'expressed him- able judges will go 'before the supreme -
Ill.. Jan. l1-The -
tour was tolav committed to prison Paris Jan. 17.-The national assembly -I time he ban' bought self to .hs< guests at dinner to the court for final decision either 4i -
1 tJ; nalt! the coroner's inquest into the mt this afternoon and elected i that some old issues Norfolk ago and West.I By Asociated Press. :initial shipment of Alabama quail and effect that he anticipated with the on Friday or Monday.

"-"h of his mother, Mrs. McMurrow I IIf'd Clement Armand Faliieres, presidentof I I some securities and sold them in good New York. ''Ian. 17.-There was &41 Virginia pheasants to Illinois be distributedin .fullest confidence the results of the The Hice,Ligon bill prohibits. bettingon
ern county cf were -
nt't *uJJ: ?nly yesterday anti the po-! the Frencn republic. He as president -i faith and that was all he knew of the i, strike yesterday in the Rabbinical every here to-day. It is planned received to Algecieras conference, adding, that he races rUn in this state. PZ
"01\ that a short time to | Seminary. The seminary has 100 students -
previous convinced that everything feasible -
j of the senate, was a candidate I I matter. i 1 of these birds in the was
distribute 25,000
f'r of 17 and 2ty
aeaih she had quarreled with her against: Doumer president! of the: Seton's trial on the .charge of grand between the agfs for the of renewing the would be settled.EDWARDS -
* state purpose
* rabbis.
Mrs The.
McMurrow's to become :
b.1y is said ars studying I NOT SATISFIED
house of deputies and others less: iraceny growin1!: out of his transar- stock of birds. Money secured
r" hI' bruised. ''' declare they will'not resume their: game
known. I I Itions with the Houston and GalvestouI i
d, \.: 'the hearinfc h.davlc1lurrow I Faliieres was elected on the first I I Inter-Urban Railroad Company will[I studies until.' the following demand, from hunters licenses covers the cost. CASEFINALLYCLOSED I WITH! QUARANTINEBy
an il that he was in i no way re- are- concede: : '
449 Doumer. 371 to-day.
votes t-egin
l; n.ilc: for his mother's death but ballot having t 1 Firrt-To have E:1' lish taught. I!
'-, ,...!',.f and coroner are (' nducting' scattering 28. Falheres' will assuma ,I Second: -To be allowed to knoW ENGIN[MEN AREDISSATISFIED I

U Ifl\'si.igation because of the stories! his new duties on February 18. PRAYRAIfATUIff i I more about affairs: cutside their re- By Associated Press.
""I I 1" neighbors I of dis- The new president of France, is thai 1'gious! routi'ne.ThirdTo Press. I .' ,
numerous tha By Associated I Washington I'an. 17 -The public
and
a: -mema between mother and son ron of a Magistrate's Cterk | t-tuiy the pible in addition Now Haven. Jan 17<-With a, finding I health and Marine Hospital Service 1.
I." grand=o.1 of a blacksmith. IN PENN'A. HOUSE' to the Talaiud.
money mattersMNIVERSARY, of suicide:: as the cause of the death'I has published a report of the health '-,
--- i I I Fourth-To have r.odern methods By Associated Press. and without i comment whatever upon i i officer of Brazil who expresses dissatisfaction -
MANY PENSION 'and :spirit injected into the school. New York. Jan. 17.-The, engineersand I the evidence taken at an inquest lasting -I with the results of his insf.eetion -
OF By Associated Press I I The"nnncipal is Rabbi Nahir: firemen on the Pennsylvania anr nearly two weeks Coroner Mir !' of the quarantine methods '

BILLS:PASSED Harrisburg Pa., Jan. 17.-Chaplain; Dthnof'Slutfck, Russia. Baltimore and Ohio systems, it was this af rnoon closed the case of the acd facilities and of the way in which

fRA JKlIN'S BIRTHBy Moore made the opening prayer 04 reported jesterday are dissatisfies I mysterious death of Charles Edward: I 1 the health regulations of the republicare

ftcturc of to-day's proceedings in the JURYCOUL.D NOT with their pay .It Is said they are at the Ahagail Hiller homestead observer in the Northern ports.
By Percy S. Hayes. House of Representatives. In hi3 preparing to ask for an increase. In He reports the general health of I

Washington,Jan. 17-In a sssion OT prayer yesterday the chaplain expressed spte of the beliefat the firemen i I Ior Northern ports is good but that thereis
I Iflbton.
Associated Press. two and one half hours 'to-dar the the hope that the legislatorswho REACH tbe Deleware Lackawanna and RETURNS FROM THE I a good deal of smallpox and yellow -

Inn 17,-The state of Masanniswts -: House took favorable'action! on 166 I' voted for the refoim would be AGREEMENTI Western railroad are taking a votej: feter in Manaos and that the "'

and the City of Boston pension bills. Under the rules bills re-elected. To-day h*. said; I i on the question[: of a strike. the offi i icfals ENGLISHLEC] ION I latter malady U. prevallent in Belem.ttf '

1'1'1: to-
- cf the birth of Benjamin' committee of; the whole after which to rest on the dear representathes. ; New York. Jan. 17.-The jury in rote possibility I I I .

I...aklln Public exercises were held ; they are formally passel by the, We verily believe thereis not the case of Denton 11. Hopkins, a \ i By Associated 'Pre* "WIRELESS
'raphany Hall in the presence oij! House. The whole number was put 1& man on this! floor whom money or prcmir.ent business man on trial in ANNUAL RECEPTION IF :, London Jan. 17. To-day's unoffic'al -: RECORD

a, Uixe tx>mpan\', The program in-: through the'latter course by peakerl f political: influence couijv? constrain to Ejocklyn for murder in the first degree -, THE D. A. R. IN, WE\y! YORK I returns from the Parliamentary I

"" "I: .(the single's of historical and;: Cannon in just eleven minutes. Forty. puncture the dear o.d constitution' of was unable to agree upon a ,verdict ,i elections make the totals; so far, 1.Jb-1 I IS AGAIN BROKENi
rwn.wi, selections of blind andS the state. May these representatives Associated Press i iNfiw : Irish Nationalists L
: by chorus pu-:two of the beneficiaries are yesterday and was dischai:;ed j By erals. 130; Unionists 55;
>>* "rom th- Boston public schools!j par 1ized. quickly consummate the legislation of Hopkins was indicted for having killed -, York Jan.. 17.--The' General; :50:; ; Laborues, S9.

4Ea: ..Irt>sses b> prominent men. j ... this session and go to their: homes his wife, Elizabeth on the afternoon Society of the Daughters of the Revolntion ., ,
I NOT ALLOWED TO LAND and loved ones and there they can afford of October 7. The couple ha{i held its annual, reception yesterday -! Rev. Victor Day Returns. I i i By Associated! Press.

SEW FAST MAIL TRAINON ON VENEZUELA SOIL to pitientiy,,'ait. their judge quarreled for years and had separated. -! All Jhe !members: of the state!;! New York Jan. 17.-.-The Very Rev. P:>rthn.l, M-.. Jan. 17. Officials at

THE "FRISCO! LINE' ---- ment day November. I /. On the afternoon in question chapters' throughout the UnItd States! Victor Dig, vicar general of the diocese -! the gov ramtnt: wireless telegraph station -

By Associated Press j Hopkins called at his wife's apart" wera invited. Many of them came of Helena Mont was a passed! i at Cape Elizabeth announced today -

By Associated: Press i iII i ifct Caracas Venevuela! Monday, Jan. Great: Piano Man Dead. ments. It is alleged that when he but most
;. Uims. Jan. 17.-Tne new fast; 15. via Port of Spain.! Island of TrInidad Knoxville Tenn., Jan. 17Dr.> Ous-opened the door his wife shot".him in I York state and New 'Jerse '. The I) arrived today from Antwerp." i t wIth! one of the tugs accon-panying the
! the former tavus R. Knabi-. the "father of music",, the then he drew .. itself: dry dock: Dewey on last Monday night.
r:" 'r':.n on the St. Louis and Sand Jan. 17.-M. Talsny, right hand and society ,congratulated upon an} "t: 'II
iar! co railroad made Its inaugural French charge d'affaires, having goneon In Knoxville, died very I unexpectedly! revolver and shot her three times, important work which it will complete! German Export: 1 The dry doc: was"then 2.226 miles off

rn tcHla The new. train expedites}) board the French line steamer Martinique this morning at his home in this city. causing her death. this year. This is a larsarch! ; to be Berlin. Jan. 17.-It Is announced I i Cape Hatteras and was .moving four

r- 4.. \"'rv of St. Louis and Eastern at Ia Guaira yesterday with- He was 89 years of age and was bornin erected at the entrance of Harvard that tile exports of Germany to thai:I and onhalf knots per hour. It was '-

*'J; 10 Southwest Missouri and West-!I Ie out legal permission nhe, Venezuelan Leipsi:, Germany. During th civil Kaiser Wilhelm Arrives. University. yard to commemorate United States durin? the year 1903( I more thjk.i three thousand milea from ,

.V';' "kansas.: Eastern Kansas. authorities have prohibited his land- war he was the leader of the band of New York. January 17.-Arrived: Washington's taking command of his from all the American consular 'dis the loctl station. Officials say this! ,Ji

Ifilia (In.i.an; Territory and Okla-l: : ing again in Venezuela and he must go the second': Ohio heavy arUller)'.' U. Steamer Kaiser Wilhelm II, from Bremen army, a ceremony which took place tricts amounted to $123,724,321;; an Increase -I: breaks all records for long dlUac ..

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:Tonight aI>ame of basketball of'
1, 1 more than ordinary Interest will be .. { Gt S, ((jel\t f/tAds

played in the gymnasium of the Pen-

... secola! Classical School between tieVarsity :
l I team: of Tulane university an:! / plea.sar\tly.:

the representatives t>f the Pensjcala!
'I 'i t ; Little Trances Marie Knowlton Is the daughter Classical SchooL Ct.5' Bervc-ficia lly;
t t of Dr. E. W. Knowlton. the discoverer of I This will be"the first appearanc"of ;
xhZ fir .this great balr-growing rf medr,and ber beauti Tulane in Pensacola in athletic 1 '
: gram wholly by the use of Ibis an : : I ts truly S a Laxative,.
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I ( .y-? ,.oeaatecss war and their first reprerentatheapromise : ; ; k
I ,1 f =;fir' ,'" This little girl had no more hair thin the 1 to make this appearance: an '
+ sr f 'avertee eblld before using Dandertoe. while impressive one." 1 q' Syrup of Figs appeals to the cultured and the
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oow tbe nu the longest and moet beautiful They have already splayed!: trofemes 1i/ well-informed and to the healthy because its
i : bead of golden hair ever possessed by a chad I his season, one again?'- .the : and wholesome
simple
't ., 1 of her ace In the wcrld. ;:Southern Athletic Club cf New C ,.. component parts are
' Danderlne makes the scalp! hraltny and fertile I leans and ,the other against the r'.i .4 _+ I and because it acts without disturbing the
and keeps It>o. It Is the retUst scalp fertilizer i free from
3 a k '- v+ and therefore the greatest hair,producing\ Arnault.Athletic Club, and :have been. 1. ter. natural functions as it is wholly
I remedy ever discovered. It is a natural food tuccessful ,in both, by very decisive1 i every objectionable quality or substance. In I'"I

- and a wholesome medicine! for both too hair scores. J' ; the proce of manufacturing figs are used, as
and scalp. Even a 2sc. bottle cf It win put The Tulane team: Is on its innuaL i ; .
.. ., more genuine life tn fOur hair than a gallon ofI" trip to. southern cities and schools -" ; i P r t they are pleasant to the taste, but the, medici
,r other hair tonic ever made. ,, ""' i !L' of obtained from
: of Figs are
any Last night they plays' against the Y.1, .1 i' : it nal virtues Syrup
,, M. C.. "1of: Mobile, and tonight ...: : a. rf r an excellent combination of plants known to

against the Pensacola Classical: j,, t be medicinally laxative and to act most beneficially.

School. From here they go to Auburn -' .*s + ? yr -( To get its beneficial effects-..buy
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to Polytechnic
play'the'Alabama:
Ir ,ef Institute, J F.ritfaj'. night. kQ < t;,,_ ;, the genuine-manufactured by theiIEVP

s, NOW at all druggists, in three sizes, 25 cents, 50 cents Before returning" to:. New.:. Orleans I I 44rsville.o
bottle. they will play the Atlanta and Birmingham
,,I and $..00 per Athletic Clubs.

raw,,, FREE To show bow quickly Danderine acts, we will The following are the paljers that
-- t send a large sample free by return'mail to anyone rill come 'with the team: Center and I d I

"t who sends this advertisement to the Knowlton DandftrinC Captain W. Patton; Forwards: L.i 0 s
Franz W. Bradbura H, Strack, T.,, L
Co., Chicago, with name and address and 10 cents in silver ort
Latest Photo of FRANCES MARIE KNOWLTON
Philips ;Guards R. Wood, C. Lee. A.
t. its Four Years 980 Garfield Boulevard Chicago. Stamps to pay postage. Forehand G. Holllday. Judged by a 1 l Ah 1\LIS 0 tA1. I
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.! I p cture of the team that is displayedIn i I : t> Y.
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: U I the window cf the Kandy Kitchen. .,:' For'silo ty an leading DrnspsU.fa original package only,tearing the fan
*4 ***iM>H MHt MItSHe# HiI H H :I new play which Is now being written, this Is. an exceptionally husky squad..I same of the Company.
"' especially for him by one of the most;, The representatives the Classical g M > _I
famous American dramatists. His School though both younger >and I

1 AMUSEMENTS I present support is even:: stronger thanit ., smaller than the university team it
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and the scenic investiture
was lat season I have been doing, hard practicing recently -
has been made more lavish. and hope they, will be able to -K'aDJnr'a Cab.
DREW THEIR OWN WILLS.
The production as a whole'ls up to the o\ercome their ilsadvantageB by The characteristic: good mtnre rtPaganinl 051'it
; i .;:, >> 71l71 '1- .f it 'iN1'H'IH"'iH4H high standard long ago set by'Mr. Mur."quickness and clean cut playing. It Cmtnent Legal Lights Who Did Sand Tl I IIITIITE N ft ftOF AI I the celebrated Italian9ta\ '

iii ry and Mr. Clarke from which they can be said' {for them that they are Blaadered. 1st, Is well illustrated by the followia!
never have deviated. easily the best )local 'team that. has
1 j =t "Bankers &. BrokerS." of contemporary attractions. The Many celebrated men bare neglected anecdote: One day while In Vienna te i

II Something doing all the time ,is passing\>f lime,:far,from lessening theinterest' jet The playedIni exact -HBe; Pensacola.>up has not been determined to settle t&Hr affairs.( Ben Jonson, hired a cab to take<< him from the hal

wpat B. E. Forrester promises the"parons r. in thfs Impressive and thrilling MRS. CLEVELAND 1 but the'play will be pick Tryden: and Sir Isaac Newton all died CLASS where he had added one more ta Iu t
It : jitcstate. Bacon Insolvent, and the long list of triumphs to his lodging
il of the Pensacola cpera house next drama, creates a more widespread ed from the.following squad:, J'I 0
Center ] For on' Butfer's monument ,in When Pagapini awoke the next morning
TO LECTURE -.anrti Captain, Atecyi; epigram
Friday night when Yorke & Jams, desire to witness!! .this masterpiece of
'r.ards.lorg,1f.. ..Ph.11i>>8. Saunters: and Westminster" abbey ,suf'e1ertf'ei. : be found,, the cabman waiting (oran
the celebrated' J1\edians make their ther:, actor. manager and. author Friedman: Q u r rdf, -,Duncan\\ ,Turtle, plains Thy he and many. others like Interview. He. In faci burst lets t

first appearance In this city In the successful William Barrett., For the past few t|B-awner Wilkinson, Skinner; Thornton him never made a will: : fifTY Taganlni's private apartment
& in each succeeding season increasing DISTINGUISHED LADY OF CALIFORNIA and Zeek.: -- "
i' musical comedy "Bankers years I I The p et'* fate ia here in emblem hOW'D. "What do you want? r
Brokers." crowds, have thronged theplayhouses f I The game tomorrow will be more He asks for bread and. he receives atone. '"Excellency: I coiqe to solicit a fa-
t TO DELIVER LECTURE interesting;pnerally _than any yet -
i where "The Sign of theCross" -
J oto'.1a favor: I ia
Adams recognized comedians I tor very great
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1'orke that '
t has been presented The en ON "WOMAN'S' GREATEST3IFT played here, hot excepting playedIlast "Wills," said, Lord Coke; "and' the rather of four children and have tn

;i. of the Dave Warfleld school I gagement: ,hare.':will undoubtedly! ,be, *' .winter_ ,against Yale The team :Sonstruction of them do", moretoper- Knights of f Columbus Will Hold honor: to be, your fellow countryman

!I and for a number of, years have been. I one of 'the! greatest attractions of the! ,< .' >- : J 1 i I the horn fact New that QCe the|.ns Classical is very'strongtints School:has( plex :a man, than any 'other;,.and to You are wetl.lthfr'your fame It oa:

top liners In vaudeville. I! season, I f i the best team representing it that it make a certainconstruction '(If them Meeting Next Sunday-Visitors I equaled and If you please IOU am

:ti ( Away !back in 1897 they scored adistinct I The company of forty able players, has jet had insures a splendid contest ex cedeth jurisprudontium artem." An make my fortune."

bit In "Gay New York" during; nunvoering! many distinguished Eng .Mrs. L. B.,Cleveland! ot old proverb says' that every man is either Will Be Present.The "What do'you mean?''
lish and American aotors, will appear will give a complimentary amOrDia'j a fool or a physician at forty Sir .t
In "Bank.
Us:long uu at the Casino. "Well, authorize me to wee ta large:
'e ers & Brokers" which has been especially -: amid'the the original gorgeous London 3cenlc production surroundingsof of the ladis of Pensacola! on I 'The;Original. 1;. Ha{ford happening one day to quote letters at the back of my ** icle they tr
: Greatest Gift." The .l lecture will Foley i. j5o.; Chicago on inatedHoney the saying to circle" of friends. Can : "
two words: Taganlul'a Cab"
written for them, they have met "'Th! Sign of the Cross Knits of Columbus, possiblyone
[ throat and ,
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and a lung
t' as ning humorously inquired "Sir Henry
musician consented Olp
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illustrated with hand says
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with era ing [ remedy, inron account of the "
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be be both? At -
mayn't rate experience
any Racster In an interesting toluene: entitled !
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doubt duplicate it when seen In this Monsieur: Beaucaire. and will oe of great interest to'wOm, ll. merit_ and popularity. of Foeys! 'Jloney teacbes that lawyers who the country' is to hold a special meet "Chats on Violins," and 1.1:
Mrs Clavoland:! is 'a woman of most and Tar many Imitations are offered ing next Sunday' the occasion being
I city. Mr. Forrester: promises a number A great play by an American author i I draw their'own wills sometimes make months afterward the cabman wa ea-! ir
f of surprises in this new musical I presented! ,!by a' great American actor pleasing 2.ddress.c1e, r and forceful :ll]| for the enul&?. These worthless imitations -j great mistakes. Sir Samuel Eomiliy's for the purpose of initiating a classof Joying comfortable income solely d<*-

play, which Includes a company of is what our theatre patrons will see tbe platform.: Her large acquaintance, I hUe similar soundiog"names.[ will was, improperly worded Chief about fifty into the order, rlfrom Paganlufs: cab. ,
Beware them. The genuine Foley's'Honey
" sixty-five people. at the opea house on next Tuesday 'with human nature adds interest to the I of
. and Tar is in a yellow pack-1 Baron Thompson's will became the sub- There will be many visitors present,

r1i The Sign of The Cross. evening furry presents end night Preston when Manager Clarke Jules in a message she brings. Her personal apipearance \1! age. Ask for it and refuse any'substir i ject of chancery proceedings, while the at' it expected that Knights from A P lml.t.
at her age Is 'a strong endorsement r tute. W. A. D'Alemberte. druggist will of Bradley, the eminent "conveyancer. Mobile, Montgomery. Birminghamand
; The Sign of the Cro> Wilson Barretffs dramatization of Booth Tarkington's "Don't be too anxious to get I I hnr:
of. the princlp es she" and apothecary. was actually set aside by Lord be and assistIn "
wonderfully successful religious delightful story "Beaucaire. An actor I : Selma will present band. said the wise matron. "Donl
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) and historical drama enters on its l in iits hour upon the real, stage, espouses-for the preservation of both Thurlow.- Standard. the initiator-- service I go around hunting for one."

A I. 1,Birth season of success in America, plays many parts, like man In the health and beauty. A Pout lu rnaetMttOB.For The members and the class will as-? "Think I should Just sit down td
A t t and under the experienced and liberal I great life drama-some bad. some good a century past, probably longer' FOREIGN ETIQUETTE. I wait for one, eh?** replied the ma'dea: !'!
She brings with} her the most flattering stnrbie at the pall Sunday/ morning
t management of Messrs. Fred G Berger and some better.Mr.: Clark, famous ; the rule of the beet printer and publishers ,I, "Yea. for'you'll sit up and wait la
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atlis and R. G. Craerin. will be given a I for his versatilityhas perhaps acted notices:from tb* press and the has been. "Three words In the late ':Thine, Harmless Here Weald and proceed from- there (n a body to''' one often enough after you've ff*

umptiKrtis spectacular production at more great roles than any othe man of commendation of prominent ,divines. same construction are separated by De Bad Form Abroad. St. Michael's church, where special him."

j q the opera house on the 22The I his years! '-"Beaticaire," he touches I; The Nashville. American gaysThe commas." Two examples will illustrate ",There i are some points of foreign eti- mass will be said 1St-S'o'clock. After.]I I I _

t Sign of the Cross" since Its. the,highest point'he has jet attained. largest gathering of the like in Nash the rule quette which are absolutely inexplicable wards they will} return to the ball, and'' QaUe Xatoral.Husbaad .

1 1 original remarkable run of over two t Last season: ha won a veritable tri ville. All were delighted,, etc. "-John,James and Thomas have come." to the British mind, and. Indeed it the will be devoted to inftf-!l I -What did you thick xrti
entire
t 'ears at the Lyric Theatre London, umph in this play a record that he is Mobile.B.. ?gister: A superior woman As so punctuated the first name Is Is very doubtful whether the nations to i I day "f I heard the chandelier! fall bt C 40
played, and to crowded audiences this : No other of abi'ity etc. atin the new class., Thls.wlll be fol. you
nasvb!en duplicating year ooportunlty'will superior vocative, the second and third nomina- I which they are peculiar can themselvesoffer : ; :. U*
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night? Wife thought you
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always In almost every quarter be afforded here to witness All ladies are Invited. At Catholic tlve. Two persons have come. : lowed at night by' a smoker which
i of thetglobe. It is still in England, as this splendid' performance. for, Knights, Hall, Thursday January 18. "John James,and Thomas have come." 1 I any explanation. Why for visit Instance 1 will no doubt; prove an enjoyable been detained on business gala t::i
is It bad form If a '
I you 1' feature were getting upstairs as quietly as Jf
in: this country one of the strongest next year Mr Clarke will come in a at ,4 p, mNp admission And now the three names are all'' Frenchman in his own room to alny"I 1 could.

,- nominatives.: Three persons have cone. I your hat on the bed? The fact remains: 1 Another "Actor" Row. I'I' '
The tw6 meanings' can be indicated that it considered the : : Jan. 17- Joseph: Brannan. Looking Forward.
universally Chicago
':n.j. ',, tt.j-t. ; ,:; "" .". !' ,!. ., .'I;.,J'--: f.i. :"'..t.jt.. .;;',"- ba't'. :, i'_. j T.:;.t..t'.f'tt.tt: : :: ,!o ,:;' Jrj otherwise only by a footnote.- -New worst pf manners.. an actor; redding -in: St. Louis was i, "Progress Is becoming extrt'mei1 nt 1 1

B York Time Again, la Germany, if you are wnlk- shot and prpbably fatally wounded in i id." 1c

tag in the garden with a lady and it a quarrel withMichael J: Walsh, also -Tea, Indeed. In the year 2flOO or !NHjjhtnUig c
t. A Stvkbora Op a'.= occurs to you to pick a flower for her I an actor._ Walsh'surrendered to the will have to get a mOTe oa !SIt

When in the Market ,; :: ,: : The head of tbe household was going acceptance! be careful to pluck also a I police.! He claims to have acted in wants to be 7ocsJd! rwl fast"

I Iti through morning.ber husband's pockets the next leaf or two' to make the nosegay com self-defenss. t

plete. Failure to do so is an insult; for
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"What kept yon out so late/ last which you may possibly be called toaccount "
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eight? she suddenly demanded."It 1
by her nearest male relative. 1t
vas the opening of the campaign! 1t
If asked '
you are unexpectedly to stay
I nay dear" the lesser half replied. to a meal In an Englishman's house you
I For Hardware and Builders SuppliesGet "Well. It didn't take three corkscrews:: (f fI would not think twice of using bis
DRAGGINGdown
[ to open It, did It? :
hairbrushes: nor 'be of lending: them.
I And she drew the offending* articles! i
But in Hcngary such a thing is lmpo
; Our Prices Before Placing Your f.r)m his side pocket and waved then I Ij
eiDle. To ask for tbe loan of 'a ba'r-!:
I >fore nlm.-Clere'and'! Plain Dealer.' |, brash in a Hungarian house is an unspeakable pains are a symptom of the most seri 1.t3.trouble which can

: ,, I 'tI attack a woman viz: falling of the womb. With this 'gerersfy: ,
Order : barbarism and if It were
lw.rol.. I not known 'that you erred' from ,sheer come.irregular painful, scanty or profuse periods, wasteful weakling

,- I "Yes" said the condescending" youth ignorance 'would bring down upon you 'drains dreadful backache, headache nervousness, dizziness, {irr*,
l lessons.
.; J 1"Good.am taking" answered fencing: Farmer Cor&to a most insulting: response or possibly a tability. tired feeling inability to walk loss cf appetite, cclcr and

challenge: London Mall.K beauty. The is
cure
I ML "I alias said! yon was goin' to turn i win I :- .

We Want Your J3-a.sin.: : etst an do sornethln' useful. What's ;your hleC'8 r Bntterfllea. I I

specialty eoin to be-rail, stone ,or ; Butterfly! collectors are seldom able,
: barbed \\"ireW'n hiagton Star. to' estimate with any confidence the i I WINEOF
Anal: can.; Slave oYu.Monay: I value of their collections! the CARDIII I IWorn'an's.

t jss Cured His Mother of Rheumatism. prices for specimens so constantly', ;

"My mother has been a sufferer"for ry.' A case in point Is that of the blue ,

many years from rheumatism" says butterfly of Brazil| specimens of which

: sere originally sold toy, from $50 ,te .
< Agents Masury's Paints and Varnish. .1 Pennsylvania., 1 $i3.- Afterward tome collectors who" 'I Relief

: move at all. while at all times walk i supplied the London market ran into a I -

ing was painfuL I presentel her with perfect swarm of.these; butterflies and '
that marvelous,,curative;, extract, or natural of herbs which:
essence
&i I a bottb of Chamberlain's Pain Balm j I I shipped to England: such ,quantities
.. Mail Orders a Specialty. ,land after a few applications she decided that better specimens than the originalInsects exerts such a'Vonderful strengthening influence on all female crgiTACarduJ

i it was the most wonderful pain sold for 11 each. It not Infrequently relieve! pain regulates the menses steps drains and simulates

; lIen she had ever tried. In fact]! happens that two or three I the muscles to pull the womb up into place. iIps'
she is never without It now and Is at,, specimens-of certain \\ a san and for all female
I a family are discovered permanent cure complaints.
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ii: Gordon & Brown Hardware Co.11O112 I I f f( all application times able cf to Pain walk.Balm An keeps occasional away i!:i''! by the high by collectors.prices received. who encouraged, for their I

formerly troubled
I the pain that she was finds are tempted to prosecute their SUFFERED,AWFUL ?AIN'
sale b: all 'd I
with. For ggt.ts.j]
| r search for this particular variety without womb and ovaries;writes."" !S.
< '1: result for several Bake,of Webster Grm'eske,
I Mt. Horeb Chapter. No. 6 R. A. M. ;years. Suddenly :
fta fta Special convocation of ML Horeb ,they or some other collector find the my menses were very r1Ir.1J
Next
East Garden St. to Freight Depot Since taking CardJI1
A.,M. at 7:30 Insects grown plentiful, and
: Chapter No. 6, R. ; p. m. the.cher- like a new 'woman, ass do! rwt
Friday, January 19. Work in Past .tailed varieties of the cabinet becom as I did." I

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Twenty: Imposed in Criminal. Court | Annual Election Held, Which Was II Rin$ out the false. Ring in the true.PmeTairHoney.
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I is attracting a ,great ;; %fi Jurors Has leal Issuedv ,> '> yesterday Aggregated Over OneThousand'DIIars. -This"L'great,' soothing- j< *';;, 'cnrativa I I! Followed by a Ban- ;' ;_" I tDRELL'S -'

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: Returnable To-day 1 remedy relieves .pain,, reduces .

I deal of attention, and swelling'and inflammation and quet. "- -
S heals up all open .wounds and __ ..*r ;
I each day's sales are Two murder"cases'' are' set tot trIm Fines Imposed! by Judge Beggs yesterday sores. It is the one perfect, mod i I The annual meeting and-election of
I tcday in the circuit court which has in the criminal! court .aggregated -I officers i of the Osceola Club was held .
teen in session for' some days hear- over $1,000. These :fines were ern dressing, or treatment. ,%for' ,a I II' Tuesday night, when a large number -, __ __ The new-. and.the true, is nature V most natural
I larger than our ex ing civil cases. A special .venire of I imposed upon women of the tender- wound.' Its quick. use 'will positively |lor members of the leading social club _ remedy,' improved Ly'8CJence to a pleasant per.
twenty-five jurors has been'rawn ioin district who were arrested. some I' prevent blood poisoning. I II i fof the city were in attendance. : P runent..faositiVC.CUfe':for coughs, colds and.alJ -

I pectations. Do not from which a jury will be selected.,, weeks ago upon the chai'se of selling. Always keep it at hand. ',r Following the election of officers ''. ______ inflamed:-surfaces' of the, Lungs _and Bronchial
This venire is made returnable this liquor without a license. I Jessie Farris of the members enjoyed a banquet _ Tubes. The sore, weary, cough-worn Lungs are
I miss this opportunity morning at '9 o'clock. Yesterday was plea day in the,crim. Says Mrs._ .Elizabeth which was a most enjoyable featureof ______ exhilira d-'thc'; microbe-bearing mucus la cut
The cases are those of Henry Gibbs inal court and there were a number Ky.: "My little boy was i,I the evening and which continued 4 '' out; the-cauaa of ,that'tickling"is removed; andS

I to save and and L. B. Bingham. The former case oi persons who 'were under charged I badly burned on,both legs, which;I until a late hour; The officers elected, _' the inflamed membranes' are healed and soothed
money will be caller \first, and it is possible to go before the court and enter pleasof were so drawn out of shape that I l were as follows:" - 1 so that there is no inclination to cough..

be well and that It will be cut on trial at once.I I guilty., They were: he could not even crawl I tried I President-Jas. M. Muldon. SIr,54 Over 4.*,&bottle were told tartSi.lti...IIIII tdD......
stylishly
I I Glbbs was at one time empoljed as Bessie Spencer VioleC Arnold Hazel I First Viee-President, K. Hyer, I -I' ..The.MioMMt erideooe of the menu of a proprietary
many remedies without relief, but I II dlci U the opinion otttMeootnnm. U.eot.the record!
a convict guard and .it is alleged that Kirk, Carrie Martin and Minnie Jr. .1 _
fL OftrTnKm BeUlaIII"'Ot'.nr.IUUIea"'Ies".
I dressed. he murdered a negro named E. M. I Farley, selling liquor without a license i finally Hamlins ;Wizard Oil made I II I Second Vice-President W. D'C. Kes-- Ih OvsrF.tuin&nicsisi5S4. T5isevWsnoe.sb.cpmnio. I
Marshall, who had been sentenced to I and he I Zi& \ vof the container remtfimg the oerlu ox Dr. SeWs -
I I $250.00: and costs each and: a perfect cure, can now sler. ,
flae-Tar-Uoaer best ooogti mxllotne oa the markedII
Don't Delay-Do It Now a long term in the convict camp near I I thirty days in Jail the latter to be walk and, run. We thought we I Secretary and Treasurer-F. B. I'ar 89 7Un-M and new tued any, _ _ _ _ :f '
I remedy equal to Dr.
\luscdJee. suspended upon condition that they I should have to amputate both his I Hagerman.. SPW .**( "ves quick Bell't and permaaeot Pme-Tar-, Hf,Look For the Bert on the B-dic-Qt II '
The otherca..e Is that of L. B.I I do not again violate the law. Governing Board-John O'Connor, reliefln mp as well u ooagbs .ad 'I' i i J
Bingham a negro boy who has been Annie Bell Holmes, petit larceny: legs, and feel that Hamlins Wizard E. Skinner\ and C. W. Lamar. eoldfc Ifmake* weak IUDs .tron 25.cents. 30 cent awf-SUX) Bottles.MtMfKta I
I indicted for murdering another negro'. $15 and costs or 60 days in jail. I Oil saved his life." Price 50c and Alu.Il.A. MVTCAI,J>acIlIC&h,Ky. *k,E.! E.SLrrE.AN3Msa&aJIE CO,......g7 1

TA1DARDaoTH1u1G: fd toy near McDavid. Sam Shaw! public use of obscene $1.00. SCHOOLS AT REMOTE '

and indecent language, $1 and :costsor Sold r4 recommended bv MILITARY POSTS -

THIESEn! BUILDTRSLY : Stomach Trcubles and Constipation.. 20 days in jail.SKIPPED. WHITE'S. PHARMACY FOR ALLFORMS '
By Associated Press.
Stomach .Pensacola Fla. I- or :
"ChanibFrIaln'3 and Liver' : Washington, Jan. 17.-The secretary -
Tablets are the best thing for stomaca OUT Phone 180 Night Phone! 4 8.ESCAHBli of war has sent a letter to the ....

troubles; and constipation I have ever ": -" speaker of the house of representatives )
soldsays' J. R. Cullman a druggistof \ calling attention to the mat- ) [ JJ--
PORJCANADA
TOLD Pott rvitle.' Mich. They are easy ; I. _, OYSTERDEPOT.. ter of post schools for chttjten; 'of enlisted
to take anl always _give satisfaction. 'rBy' 1 :>, men at remote military posts,
I tell my,customers to try them and It Associated Press. Phone 1210'. where no other educational facilitiesare "

1. listBenj, S. Llddon. of Marianna.I ..I not ,satisfactory to come back and get I I )Montreal Jan." 17.-L. W. Durlen.secretarytreasury .; Fine Perdido Bay Plant;and Es am- available. -",. -_ /ftake the celebrated c ep,BJtan c'Blood Balm* (B.-B. \
I )L' uh* city on a short business visIs jheir money" but have: never had a i i : ; :of the Provident bia Oysters at reasonable prices. I Prior to the war with 4 Spain such II :B.) It is all in the world-you' need to effect a perfect %\
; I all drpggists. and' Com.panof
For'sale Saving
complaint. by Trust Boston schools were maintained as branches -
Tojiorrow: I is a legal hol.day'Lee'sand .> t .: which was closed, by order of the!IC,. Tabarras & Co. of the post"schools for enlisted men, II and lasting' cure. Even- the most"obstinate' \
brrMa: the banks of the city In the morning Drink courts, arrived here last nght! and I untfer section 1231. revised_ statutes. I, ,weeping and scaly, forms of eczema have been permanently I
.Ill 9' clofeed In consequence. WHITE ROCK WATERIt registered at one of; the leading II cured-cases which resisted the united ef !

,r. Brock, who has removed from I! fits ;you for the business of the coming hotels! He received mail "there addressed RING' C.' L. McVOY Chamberlain's- Cough, Remedy Abso- Ilforts of_ scores of medicines, and many doctors. II
: to "George Smith. Burlen I Phone 9V7. Take advantage of Met being lutsly Harmless. Hundreds of testimonials substantiate this state-
I\r.nlta\ and located in Pensacola, ex-i day Western II our I
said hecame, toCanada on the adviceof cheap. meata a iips'ceatty. Thefault of giving children medicine
"'" >t>on to open a merchantile! his attorney in search or rest and; liored to any part of the nt;. containing injurious substances, LI ment. If you want a cure instead of a costly experiment JJ

I'JI i st> here. I II. MUST ALL to avoid embarrassment. is sometimes more disastrous than tae tt call for Botanic Blood Balm, and accept: fl '

4 I.. .I I C S. Timberlake formerly I OBTAIN disease from which they are suffering. 1 no substitute. never-failing cure for eczema. j// "

ip. ,* ,>i i Hotel Escambla, but now reECi11 To draw the fire out'of a burn, heal(!TODElIVERTHElAST Every mother: should know that Cham-
\\ Price bottle at all sent J/ .
receiptof
,; n BHoxl. is in the city on a'' LIQUOR LICENSE a cut without leaving a scar, or.to cure berlain's! Cough Remedy: is perfectly $1 per druggists, or on
sboot pleasure visitnumerous 1 boils, sores, tetter, eczema and all skin safe for children to take. It contains \\ price. 3 bottles for$2.50, 6 bottles for $5.00. // .

I'll.' friends of J. M.: and scalp diseases. use DaWitt's Witcn nothing harmful and for coughs, colds \\ 'BOTANIC BLOOD BALM CO.. Atlanta. Ga. /
rrf'fpr: ( were glad to see him! well By Associated Press. Hazel Salve. A specific for; piles. Get and croup is1 unsurpassed.- For sale by
, the New 17. candy the genuine. No remedy causes such all druggists. -, .- J7
nougb '10 be on streets jesterday.Mi : York. Jan. -Every & .
Pfeiffers confinement to his borne' store and l ice cream paror! in the cityin speedy relief. Ask for DeYitrshrgenuine. \ SERMONTO' :\ "" >_ '

::a rIre a perod! of nearly thre i wbi' n there Is a soda water fountain tt Winding Your W. *n. ,.-, ,. ; ,.. .
months. was served yesterday with> notice I The old superstitious belief that you '. oin 'i' ,

Tallahassee Capital: lion. -,.}'. Em-I from the United States internal revenue Diet aDige.tio B.AtMtemlousnens .; tiHl I metiolfe, prhate: secretary to the collector that soda fountain proprietors 'in,diet is..very con; N lB UT your watch at night and wind It In .
,' .\..:nor returned Sunday afternoou r are not privileged to sell ducive to al good digestion. It Is prefer- the morning may have some slight basis "' ::- 0 R, .: n- .f" ""
from, IVnsacola, where he haa' theltsstfar I I drinks containing 'alcohol unless they able to be a little undr1edth at all In fact according to a jeweler, who
!i obtain! like the drug stores licenses to overfed. Hence to' or th.
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we
'ion of receiving a verdict In come ona' says that the morning is the ;proper. -----
t.l:> ftt-,or in the suit, the trial of sell liqu:>r. first causes of Indigestion in the adult, Ck, time to do the winding. ,This Is not 'I
"blcb called him to that c1t)'. I Many of the drinks served at the too large a quantity of food. After an Rev. Mr. Branscomb Will Close only because the hour of rising Is'for TO -m- .
soda water fountains have it is said, ,
ordinary meal the food should an have
\ tWIst interesting meeting of th* the average man much more regular EVERY DETAIL

American Guild was held Jast night at_i, a the percentage 4' >u<;inesi under of alcohol,tha supervision which brings of I l left ,the stomach. by,,the end of ,sLx.or Revival ,Services l' :at:GadsdenSaet than that for retiring, but even the soberest : ON I .1.1I
I' Lin-lenstruth's. when there were seven hours. If owing to an excessive and most orderly of men are apt
the internal! revenue department. The
number It was the' quantity the stomach cannot deal with THE OUTPUTOF
u (age present. places affected by the notice are' said : 'Church.The to relax and prone to carelessness at
ftr t raz.'ting sIne the consolidation of to run into: ta? thousands the amount-some. food remains In" the bedtime ,when more or less worn by
ih 'l'l\(1 heal branches, and showed stomach and ferments. This creates I, the wear and tear of the day. In this The
It is said the attention of the depart- I I LAUNDRY WORK ;
:hat r!.'nt'\;'ed interest was being manl- ment was railed to the,'unlawful trade discomfort, pain wind nausea and glorious meetings of Gadsden condition the winding is apt to be done yesterday ;

t est f'11. by the Woman's Christian Temperance perhaps vomiting,,by means of which Street Methodist church :are about to I. in a jerky, Irregular sort of way or too special i i I is most carefully guarded I.
close. Rev. Mr. Branscomb, the very
Sam B Flynn last night received a Union. the abused stomach gets rid of its bur eloquent speaker from Tajlaa'ega': !'will far or not far enough. "Nine peopleout Charles and every effort is made -
t ">!erani: from the "Little Johnny den. If the sufferer is not thus fortu deliver his Jast 'sermon'pis evening.) of ten wind their watches on goingto will to minimize wear add ,"

Jones ('()rupan ', offering him the pas OLDEST CLERK IN THETREASURY n:1telYllck the best thing he ca'o do Is The meetings have been yery successful bed," said the Jeweler "but it they r itting, tear. In this way the life .; .
':on of ossl*tant stage carpenter and1ntriii'ng IS DEAD to drink a large tcmbler of lukewarm and the church has been. crowdedto would do it when they get up at some his of your collars, cuffs, 'I ,
: ; him that if he aocepted to water which will probably Induce vomiting its utmost. regular point In the process of making tena Beach shirts and other gar-/(| I

,n-iiort ;i thp company in Savannah By Associated Press / and so wash out the stomach. Last night the: sermon ""The Secret, their toilet they would do it much bet- Henry W. merits is lengthened. -:
'11\ Sarirdn: It is possible that he Half a teaspoonful of bicarbonate of I Successful Christian Life," was "
Washington, Jan. 17.-Hugh S. o a' ter. -Philadelphia! Record. George W j
niav leave tomorrow. Tuohy the oldest clerk in the treas- soda added to the fluid will cause still I. ably delivered, ''and at this evenin's's; banker, in The Star Steam

\rnvala Southern Hotel: Miss department died yesterday in his more relief. During the next twenty- service every one is cordially invitedto Carton Alnishovsr. Hamilton

V-rna Soiile, Mississippi; E.V. El- home here. Mr. Tuohy was professor four hours the lightest diet such as a ,j attend. The most curious almsbouee in Eng- when he r{ Laundry.
",,in, c"Mr! : and Mrs. J. M. Holden.U in the classics in the' college ceparl- little tea and dried toast, some boiled : land is St. Mary's hospital at Colches 800 feet
I: Sai.th.; Saratoga; A. M. Don, In- ment of Georgetown university re-I rice, a little arrowroot or corn flour Chamberlain's Cough Remedy- the ter. There,eight old ladies live actuallyin New York 37 E .rd.n bt. Phn 114.

dhnapoli: -. (Ind; B V. Haven, Jr., \V. signing after five years to teach inj I hould be taken. < Best Made. the church, which is a fine old building at the rate Pentacola. Fin.
. Rr-inson.! Robert RobInson, Harry Frederick. Md. lie also taught mathematics 'In my opinion: Chamberlain's Cough I alll be .
:I Deau R R. Robertson; Kentucky; I at the marine barracks and Remedy Is 'the 'best made for colds;' dating from 1680. It was originallya Fletcher Is --- -----

Wm H Ma ion, agent Checkers. for several years conducted a private Somewhat Confusing. says Mrs. Cora Walker of Porterville, monastery, but when Queen Elizabeth ers alive, .
school at his home. He had been in A certain member of the house'of California. There is no doubt about came to visit there she turned it young ]I -
'lh.- service at the Christian church I the treasury 44 years.. lords when traveling in Ireland took a Its being the best. No othr will curea into an almshouse to endure as lonz; as I poses as For Expert Watch Repairing and ,
lab'rnicio on East Gregory street cold'so quickly. No other is so sure almahouses exist. The old ladies have from his ?
1r aw" -11) attended last night in spite I TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY fancy to a handsome him footman.Connaught lad I a preventiVa pneumonia. No otheris two neat little rooms each down the lug the I I r Engraving, go to ;
and engaged as
n" th. inclement Wt'her The solo Take LAXATIVE BROMO Quinino I so pleasant! and safe- to take. Thes-i sides of the main church, with win- place If he ,
pf MUs 'P.tddn was a special feature) Tablets. Druggists refund money if it "O' rlen." said' :his lordship to the i are good reasons why it should be pre- dows looking out on the garden.: They the beach I j F. DAVIS, (the Jeweler
of ih. services.\ Mr subnet GROVE'S new servant one morning "see If your other., It is ,' ,
Spiegel's fails to cure. E. W. signature ferred to any Thefact! is that have each a coal supply a' kitchen a
for tonight Is, "Our Creed." Is on each box. 25c. mistress Is"'at home today." .I.,few pcopl are satisflej yvUb! any other water and gas. At,one end of each foot !,! 213 South Pahfox Street.
h3t'her IadysthpIs, your lordship," after having ,once used jthis remedy.For range goes 10 feet
RfJ. \V Senterfitt of Holt Fla ; where
: the church Is the chapel dally
l TO SELECT SUCCESSORTO was"the ready reply of the unsophisticated -i sale by all druggists, > t po forward !t The Latest Designs in Watches ,
* moved to Pensacola hating ac. are-held. choir
services The stalls
PRESIDENT GORDON youth.Sure: 01 Jist saw her ( are ,1,000 feet.
C. l" -d the pastorate of the East End I beautifully carved old ;:,- original and Jewelry.Oottsroll.
Into the flhrawlng ward slide;
ladyship room.
Bat', -----'t go
sm church and thet'est 11111F. tl
H'IST church. He will hold senJcea:: By Associated Press. I "You"" rafsunderstarid me", O'Brien,** NOTICE', ,>' sent* lhat.the monks used.: The. ,church, termined. T : .,
i' he latter place on (the first and Washington Jan. 17.-At a meeting said his! lordship! stit y'. -Jo and ask stands in a-quletlittle, square. I 1

!h.1,. Sundays of each month ans at yesterday of the trusses of the How- your mistress'If she Is *at home' today.: ." f All of the banks in this city will upward : ,
'''I*' F.tst End church on the second ard University a committee was a,- "Sure, now." muttered the puzzled i be closed to-morrow, Friday January Too !Serious.WhIle I soHis '
ini: '! fourth Sundays in each month. pointed to select a new president! to footman as he obeyed "if his lordship I it!>, on acount pf the anniversary oi a great ,many:,persons probably of the sort FINE. PHOTOGRAPHS.
succeed Rev. John Gordon who recently the birth of take' themselves too seriously, entertaining opens a Pensacola, Fla.
ain't quare! Why Oi saw her ladyship i Robert: E. Lee, which has [
Fiaxonng extracts should! be pure resigned a* a result of differ with my own eyes! And now Oi'\e: got { beenmade a legal holiday by the legislature an altogether exaggerated opinion ment. I'I: -..

mmd jiny qu"-stum. Blue Ribbon ences with the students. The committee to ask her that Fame., and bhe's In the !' of Florida. of their ability and worth not _____
l.t>mon ;.nd Vanilla are guaranteed! abloluieh -\ consists. of Jude Job Barnard, house all the toime.." I FIRST NATIONAL TN 1{ many nowadays go to the extreme
lure and so highly concon.f:; -the Jictrlct supreme court; franc* Then thrusting his head into the ii"-Tr'T 'ern'an"", length of the German whom the Eng. WEAK, I d
Hiti-rt, ham only a small quantIty is1 I H. 'Smith. General O. 0.' Howard J. ,.he CITIZEN'S NATIONAC BANK. !ilslj i poet Coleridge ril..t'at Frankfort II Shannon '
drawing room asked "Are at
reqjij to pro -
"No, O'Brien; not today" replied his Immense Cargo. i-fOtured: to speak of. himself. Were LEARN ], i

mUtrePS,'and the footman retired slowly Seattle tlii practice to becpme general what a I I
Wash .-Jan. 17,-The steamer -
THE PLAGUE. In utter bewilderment. !! Minnesota of the Great Northern: number of people would be. permanent- WOES 1 File Boards

C ATARR H' "Well. well:" exclaimed nonplused : line armed last night from Japanese bareheaded, 1I I ,

OF WINTER Pat. "Where does she think! she is. all'] Chiua: !),)rLiI"a 0vjj ,_ ., -
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lIaa. When the
Boarding a
poor soul? Sure it's mad she is. and 1; freight and sixty passengers including I
Every Catarrh sufferer! dreads the return of cold weather, for at the first ] the master too. More's the ptyrI: a number of army and navy officers Have you ever noticed the right way When with covers, and with ,
told breath of the season this plague of Winter is fanned Into life with alt London Mail. I!1 whose service In Asiatic waters I to,get into a hansom when two people When I: perforator on bottom,
'Its miserable has expired.:. ; are. riding? Frr persons know whatto When _
constant
and drop-
symptoms. be nostrils are stopped up, a i
I'lig;, of mucus back into tue throat keeps up a continual hawking and spit-': Sociable Sp!.I r.. J do. In nine cases out of ten the one;! There Women's is I Ii I affords one cf the best

:ng, the patient has dull headaches, ringing noises in the ears and a haUl Spiders Lave been observed in Madras ;: t ,who enters first seats himself; on the woes i ii methods for the keep.

LIck. depressed feeling all the time. Every inner lining and tissue of the, which lIve in a sponge-like nest of YOUR HA off side. Cut this I Is wrong. If on getting i Doan's : ing track of bills invoices

!!*ay becomes inflamed, and secretes unhealthy. matter whicty is absorbediIsto ; branching network, penetrated inter- May EC a Stylis'h One But It Makes In first you take the'near seat i Have .
i then I freight receipts -
enter
' the blood and distributed to all parts of the body, and the disease be-- < nally by canals! of communication and Trouble.A your companion can In ease cola., I II ,

tones Constitutional The catarrhal poison brings on stomach troublesl! 'furnished with a number of external man usually buys a hat that's "In and comfort,which otherwise he could I This is i etc., in exist-

jnccts the Kidneys and Bladder, attacks' the.soft- bones of..the : apertures. The nests, wblch maybe attached style" but the inodern tat for mea DOt; timony. I ence, and no office I
Lead and if not checked leads to Consumption. A disease'so: either to thetips of"branches or j I Ito has lots to answer:, for. C5J5.. Mrs. ) :,I
*nd dangerous cannot be washed out, neither can it be ; leaves of the prickfy pear, are ashy '! EaJiheads are growing norenutn'erOUs -. To Waterproof this at 308 E. should be without one y

Iprays, washes, inhalations, etc., are useless, 'because they only dcep-seated'j-;I gray in color and constructed of leaves every day.. Hats make excellent for Scientific American for canvas given Soft.recipe" been A .I I I 'or more of them. ;.l- "
' waterproofing ; soap fora
long
bleeding
wtnbranes and tissues, while the real cause of the disease is with an external cohering of tbe'usual places for the paras
S. which life tkf dissolved In hot water and a solution mend them I
germs the from
' s- I sap ,
S. SLCO
thr lid&
cures Catarrh because it attacks it through the blood: j Sticky The spider are similarin I The
of added.
'a roots the hair. f iron sulphate sulphuricacid plaining of
I
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circulation and drives out all unhealthy accumulations: color to their nests. Their Inconspicuous I with
\Vhen t I perforator. {
outland the kind.
jour hair begins to fall ,' combines with potash of the any I'
t5tter. and when this: is done every part of the system receives a supply of : slieef-iike: webs radiate in all jour scalp is full of Dandruff uf t soap and the iron oxide precipitated' in jay ',,,' '

rich, pure blood. Then 'the inflamed membranes f I directions and as many'as five or six is- a sure sign that these countless I with the fatty acid as Insoluble Iron the puts : 75 cents tt.,
aLl tissues heal all discharge ceases nests, connected Intermediate, w'bs,1 germs are busily at work. : washed and dried andmind. I in? to ": j
This Is without perforator.
S SillS the depressed feel ing of the body it relieved, and 1 may le found on a 'single plant. The f There Is but one way to overcome I! eoap. LnseM oIL icine. No 1Coe'sBookstore
with:
every symptom passes away. ,S. S. S. goes to connecting webs, whl O the very root of the trouble, and by purifying strong, often form tubular bridge; between way Is to apply} Newbro's Herpicide 31ase.iiIIe.'Mrs. Romana ? i
PURELY VEGETABLE and enriching the blood and building up the 1 the ne!'ts. From forty to a hun to 'the scalp-it will kill the germs! June strikes me a? Kidney
IIlx-Mrs.
Catarrh If I and healthy hair is sure' to result. appointed in
entire system, cures permanently. dred spiders may be found In' a single masculine for a wo
r'J S. S. I ILJ For sale by W. A. D'Alemlwrte. being entirely too sale by all I
S.
have Catarrh do not waste time with local remedies; but begin nest, and bald and females Inhabit Mrs. DU-Yt.II. Indeed. Why,
I Jruglst and apothecary, 121 South man. Fostfr-
write for our book and any medical advice lntb.out.charge. the same next in the proportion o! Palafox street,. or send lOc in stamps every time she has an ache> or a pain sole agents 1

THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, CM about seven t. 011*. .for sample to The Herpicide. Co., D -I she makes as ranch fuss about it as a 213 SPiifoz! Street.
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entire state. Would'tha.t Florida had.*, ilt H if -_---' "' ,for. them. ,f '
make medicines OPERA
T. .J.. L. Browns in It ,than shaj "HY-1 Because we. Pec- HOISF
VnJ; : wore : know ill about Ayer'a Cherry

$titneeIa ontwi !has.-Tampa Herald.V :* ) '1Eo* WISE THOUGHTS. Why Refer toral They, so they'prcscnbe it r coughs, I -- "-

T ; colds bronehWs,'wuk.Inngs, con$ump- ONE NIGHT ONLY!
: V* '
: A ,Marvelous Tree.A Merchants would not buy ad-. it. Then afford l'
V pecan tree i is growing 'on the''I'V* vertisjng spaeVunless' they were 4 j tion. They trust you can ,
V I ; \ % Lindsey oft V* tt'11st it. 'Sold for over Sixty yurs. ,Friday, Jan. 19tht
premises of Mr. V.A, able *o make worth one's while *-i\ Doctors to .,,
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I Daily. Weekly. Sunday. this place that bids: fair to break all I to reai: ''what. they have to say. #i, to tN",.U"._."...".f":".11..,w..eIId.. ... J.C.DnCo.Lctw.II,....: \ -
before it reaches Its '
records:
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PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY This tree' Is about 'twenty )' UDut'l You will; have to look long and ,*j i : I <; B. E. FORRESTER


: :. -)T- j, and with is various hedged trees about which rather one might **"
; THE JOURNAL COMPANY. I'I expect would lessen, its profucth'eLt&S : --& win n)t, in some manner. repay *I : I
: M. Lindsey has sold 588.Ibs. of the !
I dhocolate
reaaer. I !
r V t"pecans from this tree alone"this: Season ; s n: : Peters' Milk i: ORKE & ADAMS
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IBANK L. MAYE8, PMSIDMT' jun OUUAI Mii ii.V and has 40( lb.. of its nuts still, **A ;glutted market makes provisions : :1Foratiil3gOJY '
I I on hand. The nuts are ,small with: '> ,
will nev-M! :
1 rather hard shell 'but are of excellent I cheap: but you i ; : In the Musical Comedy
I er know ,
'air markets #
)thing about !! .
MEMBER 1&-.I
THE /per
ASSOCIATED PRESS. flavor. They brought 12c t* unless :read the ads. # '! ,
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1 for this $7(56. The! .' :1 BANKERS AND
I making year '
ibs. t, ( -' : ., .. ;if; *... ..... ..', 5- 10'. <> 1S 20 ent1 : BROKERS
,Ield last year was about, --500. Everyday Cakes .. .. .. .. .. ., p.- v; > :
V SUBSCRIPTION Ibs' some things, oft. !n *j .. .. :. ". 40 .entIf10x 47-Happy Boys and'
RATES. and tHe year before nearly -(00 Croquettes & ", : i J G rls-.47
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; things Of'real importance. may,* : : : : : :: _.. .. :.':_. ;". 0 -, x '
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An orchard of 100t trees like this one Tablets .. .. .- .. PRICES' -25c, SOc 75c
.: One Year.............$5! 00 One Month........... 45 i would prove wealth; producer, and I ** be learned only through reading'thead. 'i f ,Chocolat. Sardines u, -.. .. .. .,. .. .. e,. '.. .10 ..v3*; cenas box:?'? I Seats Sale and $t.CQ
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on. ,
BU Months ......;... 2 CO I One Week ... be easily secureoi by grafting : *. .1 Wednesday noon a
I ........ 10 : could i j,*. : V CHOCOLATE a; ,.1 I Q3 's Book .sture.V .
Three Montlu....... 1 25 i V Weekly Edition, year.Jl 00 I I'' healthy seedlings planting the imf i f ". THE ORIGINAL MILK
4''our
on good well-fertilized I income where it is spent, tc' : V
: Fapers OB Silt at all News Stand, j poved'stocks and caring for them, properly for <# "how much of it is paid out in pen- It Is most sustaining, being amalgamated: by :special process i ----*. _..*...*n............. --
I jI land.the first four or fUe )'ears.-Monti- v altfes for "not knowing," what it : : with the finest fresh milk cOntanlng; all its cream, V t! .i.1: :.c; :..u

THE Netrs. ,brings you how much of it re- '*i imams the POPular
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t. ONLY. PEN8ACOLA NEWSPAPER FROM WHICH DETAILED cello i 14 Gilrden
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V to you-if these things 7iJ J LAZJACOBYNo.

CIRCULATION STATEMENT CAN SECURED. 1i $ # ar- interesting, then the store-; .. Phone 163- Grocer. ..''::1 Basket Ball :

V : i60: V 1 ,f\ds. should be of- exactly equalV"V ................ .. ...... ....,. ....t..1

Office*--101 and 110 East THE, GENIUS."OF FRANKLIN. % interest,to: you. *' Tulane
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Government 8treet. 1 V _....:..- 4' I V University gI

I % TELEPHONE No 38. .i Louisville Courier-Journal.It ia I I v$*
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Pensacola Classical. !
I H "" M. E. CLARK Cashier. School
H. President
L. COVINaTON. ,
PENSACOLA FLORIDA THURSDAY 4 -
MORNING JANUARY 18. 1506 g.- .. >'w; ... I a.a
: Aut. Cashier. is
1 PPEIFFEP.!.
C. W. LAMAR.; Vk -Pre lde t. 'JNO will
Game be
..MASACHVTT5' 'AND played In S
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l was January,' 17, 1706, that ,

'. ..............4'>>>>f!;" ''..."' .. _..............._...0:fi:,("''b':", ...:''tc'tc'N ception to the general rule: No i Benjamin ,Franklin' was born. Tomorrow I i' 'THE, z V'STAND<:PATTERS ."E.....: THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK c:: Gymnasium of Classi. :4 J
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cat School :J4
': cer North
bathe hundredth : I I4t
I will two an-
breath
V of scandal or taint of dishonesty f : Now-Orleans 'States. ;. ,
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WHERE THE JOURNAL 4 Palafox and OeSoto !
blemish nirersary of his birth and the PENSACOLA. FLA. JJ
CAN BE FOUND. has ever cast a upon his ; ; _
V streets
on car line.
character either In 'business or out'of .I slon will ,be, .celebrated_ in, *V DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED, STATES .

4J. It V The Pensacola Journal IB on it, and every one.of'his.thousands of i American cities .occa-J ; ..- '' V THURSDAY JANUARY 18 g
,: ,
$40,000
VlE it sale at the following places la employees, from the highest to the i Than Franklin, the ,country V The Massachusetts' tariff revisionist- Capital Stock V $200,000 _Surplus ft
.
the city: in. congresgp hayeiiiob'edienee i to their :DIx4mpTQ \ V aiSo'tlockpm. 55:
J. : .* most humble honored and respectedhim. produced a man worthier of ( j V t HI
8.
J.
I it: & Coe'a Bay Hotel.Book Store. .. 1[miration,, the .gratitude and'affectiOn1, : lhtrnttlyn f 'as!erted the demands. Henry L. Covl jton' V A. M.Foshee.Avery E ADMISSION, SO CBVTS. CJ

'I VV V Depot News Stand. # Those.who have had the pleasure of i jot: all Americans, and they do well to;,,ths! maanfactBrers-of, ( their stats quite I V J. :.11 u. P!eer V ,V ,V: 'l V: V W. H. Milton Jr., I '" "* __*..*..* ........__:4.:

V* Gem Book Store. meeting Mr. Field found him, although''' pay' tribute to his memoes George aggressive and$ although. the demand It Bryan Duawodj, :": _V ':.*V V O. E. Maura. V -.f ::B.U'-U-U'BH.-_......: U...U....H......
Hotel Escambla. are modestithey granted.IMaasaehusetkVwauts Frank leilly. W.. L. Cawtnon. I
I ) will 'not be
: of dignity I|Washington led the fight *f powder
a man great a cordial un- --=
Merchants Hotel. # I W. S. Rosaico, 'f ,C. A. O'Neal. V
free .
V V 'i) Southern Hotel. assuming, whole souled gentleman. and shell on' this side of the Atlantic) : hides, free T. F. McCcurin.F. ". ., .Dr. W. J., Hacnl .

Thompson's Book Store. Ha was ever ready to give to charity John 'Paul Jones won, prestige for the i coal free iron"Of2,free wool free lumbar 11:. Brawner;. ."',, McKenzie Oert&g., *" V NOTICEThe

<> Walker's Book Store. ,and thousands have ,been benefltted Colonial navy: on the sea. but Benja. and'al Jtee aJcohol for use in C. W. Lamar;:*" ; Alex McGowin, ", :,. V

4' through bis generosity and made bet 'for'min': Franklyn the new fought and straggling the great nation battle,!' the arts, tuV.the manufacturers of the J. R. Saaaderj.WM. 'J't,. "' C., 5!. Tovlngton.. ,,.. W'ooIlCY Sanatorium,the., \!!

H"" H ter by his kindly words of advice and 'with the diplomacy ot" Europe ana) Bay State had as well ask congress to Account of Banks\ ,'individuals, Corporations, and Firms. SOll t"e&t., V stitute in Cocaine the United and States whe-, :h

tactful tireless give them the moon for a circus ringas cent. Interest paid Time .% Opium Wiskey Q.1 :;S
V sympathy. In the course of his life: but for his brilliant, Four per on Deposits can be cured without exposure
The Cotton Mills Een marvelous: efforts Washington* to dnuanj these 3sf
from
: things the
he has given millions to the cause of w ith so much ease: for the patiem ,)r..'
so'I .
of the World. education and charity and to the bet. ,I an.successful V of state at case and!! I will write
terment of mankind. Mr. Field did!I yoke He ,obtained financial, morai Washington jour rOD 1:1:
V H. KNOWLES, President. W. K. HYER. JR.. V Pres and Cashia7.
as to what I
: In view of the present of cotton The truth is Democrats opinion can accomplr-i!
price and armed support of immeasurable the want :
Cashier. \ N. ROBERTS. Asst Cashier.
not attempt to conceal his great I TUbS W., BRENT. Asst. for 'you. Ask your family physicm
the short talk and the assertion value; tIe in the of lit'l '
, crop wealth, but listed it and paid full taxes I more way tariff to inveatisate. Dr. B M. Woo) e, 104
: in all probability: soundly based, I Franklin' was not merely a brain I than the Republican congressmen of : N. Pryor Street Atlanta Ga
upon it like a' good citizen. Monopo-I V patriot: he was a truly remarkable! i
1
that the cotton spinners of the world 'I
Massathusttts have
asked of their
V 't 116, questionable, schemes and su//). man. He was not merely that;' he
will shortly be compelled to enter the transactions,' was a great'man. He was a genius part, and, the forDer'ould ba d-'j !
rosa bad
V market and buy cotton or close down life which no place in his He was a successful 'publisher; a scH lighted. to support a tariff written by''First National Bank Nick's Buffet and
was to all the world
open
their mills, the following from the entist, an inventor, a philosopher a>them, as 'a long step in the direction 1'
i
the wealth statesxnan..ta
and great that he amassedis wit a humorist a |
: Birmingham Age-Herald, is InterestIng a.savant1, of:,a,:'tariff: for revenue onlj. put if
glittering proof that a man can succeed journalist a diplomatist. :Hewas]- Restaurantis
: tbepeopl', Massachusetts feel abo'utthe
each
'but--in
not superficially versatile. ,
wonderfully in life by hewing to of Pensacola Fla
The American Cotton Manufacturer of the branches of endeavor he con|,, matter:as heir congressmen have .
V the line of strict '
V says there are 120.000,000 spindles InS probityMr. tributed something of value to the ho-1 talked. abou (.Jt there is not the least the only place of ttttmd
S&64 oo-tm: mills in the world. Great Field is dead but his memory man race. lie "chained the lighting*}' in Pensacoa: III fact
r Britian holds 2007! cotton mills in will be cherished by thousands., On he published, borne- of the earliest! reason tondoii}t' tbat' there will be'a DIRECTORS V F. C. Brent, W< A. Blount. W m. H Knowles, A it is,

:) which there are 50,9b4,874 spindles his tomb can be graven the words books ,ever printed on these, shares,|i I l large ropi O fflptrats: frcm ihc Old V V :" / W, K HyeivK; ; D. G. Brent *. : V : .
't Nearly all of these mills are located hi wrote books that became cl sslcs",V Bay 'Staid'In3f&'next: |; ) congress. .
'
V r la England which is smaller than Alabama "Here Lios:; an Honest Man." and those he devised mechanism that 'revolu- I It has Ixgih evident for:' some time 'V C. V '" A Pride toPensacola

E by 4000 square milf'lS.t words none can gainsay. aq 'Ojsnput!! ; 30 epjdu UJBU Pdzjuo})
that )1u: cbJiSetisfts: at war'with the
,
:: t In the northern states of this country was a leading factor in the oelibera- r Foreign'and" Domestic c Exchange Bought'nd SoldWe
V _t there are i 573 mills containing 14.- Now that Mr. Bryan has had 'a Lions resulting in the renunciation by I standpat Be$ .tmenl* in-: jcongress. but

, 810lt spindles. In the south there chance at them, the Filipinos will the Colonies[ of British rule, and as'i the pfientjias;? : : has: no notion of .

are 659 mills' but they Hold only 8. probably be good democrats if they our principal European" diplomatic! |l giving thojitiJtB acturera: : of'that stata ..'"

050,879 spindles. Germany has as ever get a" chance to vot. V agent, fairly startled ,the world: with I what theyfjvWnV ItvIs'standpat: ,from draw our own Bills of 'Exchange : Vessels fi.buracui'o>7 'the most ,,.'*V.V., ;,* Larger cities canao:

many l spindles as the south has. Rus- his ability.It V Us wn tbnts'neels. and w'e on Great Britain, Ireland Favorabfe Terms, and their ,obligations -V V -boast.. of a better cqu:ppet'
ala, France and India each ,have overV Mr. Depew refuses to resign under is not often that a man of such crq.* '' may awellaccept & .G rmany. France, Austria Italy, placp. The terries Is tie!:

V five million spindles. fire-or any 'other old way, for that endowments appears; And lur. the[ : l; :k, s\fact\hat, Rtpublli:. Holland,, Spa:n, Belgium, Russia. taken, payjple at Port of best that can bs bad:

: The annual consumption per spindle matter years go by, all the civilized world I l can congress 'will remau6tandpat Norway,: ,Sweden, :Denmark, ,and Destination Ten Days After Vessel -

is 132 pounds in India. It is high there will appreciate more and more V his r for the nexttteneirs i unl3 I a panic other ,European: countries. Arrives there'

, I because coarse goods only are made in V ** genius and his deeds- gretJiIi4eal .. of. ,
V ."a' upbeaeI bouU Nick
: India. In this country it is 84 pounds; V.- :,l K Of : t T<< ..' Apostle, Prop
in Great Britian it is but 36 pounds. 4. NEWS AND VIEWS F..lato.s. "V happen, \Ot $ ,1 Ihe piJ&Uc ; t '
V Followed the
i t Safety Boxes For Rent in Connection with which
V FROM Democrais j : : we
4'V STATE andVputag .iariff
PAPERS.
These figures show that the spinners The little daughter 'of a fashionablemother II \ :t. The

V of Great Britain are spinning finer 4'i't-_ + ) is accustomed to hear a' great it, stands y.iitS' i the !RepublicaB par ,hare a Private Department for the use oE RentersSavings ICOF"FEE

i yarns and making cloths of lighter iP deal about the things that have."come :; exactly: and; there', :willb l no change. -t !

weights Southern mills use a great Prosperous Tampa. In" or "gone out" ,of' style. After V.a 1)1. in it uhth r the Democrats ,do it.

V V : deal The 0(Manufacturer cotton per spindle concludes that ,The Times has been looking over visit to to Sunday school she brother attempted of to ('is a fact which It -eems, is''be- ,.:: Department-Interest Paid on Deposits at
repeat her'youngf' some
the grand 1 total requirements of tbr the,annual reports from all manner of I ginning impress: ,1 Itself.on the, minds V
the miracles Lord rate of 4 cent We the Pioneer
cities In all parts of the for performed by our per per annum. arc
country ,
I. mills of the world stands at 17.G47S45bales of Republican manufacturers who"'demand -
the past ten days and it has yet to He was a most attentive-listener, and
is the normal
3 and that 400,000 Coffee Roasters cf
. annual Increase in the demand These find a city in the list of Tampa size: when she had finished said: tariff' revision because thy -- -r-

- y V facts are certainly interesting to the Pond class! that has.done so much business "Do yon believe that sister! realize at'jt is: necessary ,to save West Florida.McHUOH'SBLENS.

' country that grows the world's chief made so' much money teamed "Why of course:' I believe, Jacky.It their Industries from disaster, but'who HILTON. M.euinniLL., GRKKN.CUBIU PmisiDiai.B. T. K. WKLLKS.zsoaEt4o Vic.'PMSIDEXTMANSJTIKUJ A54T,CA,'RIIR
5("
many new people or put up so is true. the of1 I
I t V commercial crop have been Insisting that work.
The crop of the world grown InV many reasonable buildings statement as Tampa. It is :a "I didn't know things could. really revision hould be done- within th1 I I II Citizens National Bank : ''
that there is no ,
! V follows like that"
1904 was as happen *
: city that has 'done better, and not I Republican party. In this they !are I II of PtD aeol.. Flor14a.D.1reotor .
Bales "Oh they don't now, she ,replied In I
.
I United States ............13.557.000: one Fin of your its faith age that to Tampa has done and so well. a superior tone. "All that:sot of thing expecting; the impossible and the manufacturers I Gco.W Wright Morrta.ir. _. T. K WelUi

il India.. .. .. ..........3,917.000 and stay by was years ago and has gone entirelyout I Massachusetts, at Just ala M. Robinson L.Hilton Grteo.A have !
it. will be all Atria
Egypt.. .. . ..... ..... 829.000 Times. you right.-Tampa of style" I now understand that fact quite well. .ENER\L B\NKING BUSINESS TRANSACTEa" no equal.

Brazil and Asiatic Russia... 2866000 S Upon one occasion ehe had visited I I -. will convince the con

Problem for Prof. Allen.A several stores with' her mother duringthe I ,
V :44 Total .. .... .. .21,169.000 le autumn'millinery I The Journal Printed During -'"
one- getf colored In Tal- 'op nlngs. As
It will thus be seen that we grow lahassefl woman ..... ...t.... ...... ...e........................ .. noisseur that \t e
raised bushels of
fifty
F but 64 Per cent of the world's crop sweetpctatoes. they were returning home they passeda December 19O5,, ;" J. S. REESE. President E. MCNfiFEE.; CashIer. 1
which use and
average six
V market, with its wares displayed in V make no extravagant
M. VIce-Presldent.
'our R. CART. *
even in best years and figures '
pounds to the potato.-Exchance.
the window. V a Total of :

nor given of do many not include other countries.the crop of The China total but That many' she are did wondering,well all will how admit many, "Oh. mamma. !r- she cried. 'look THE PEOPLE'S BANK Of FEMSACOLA. J claims.

i; production in 1904 of the non-enum- tushels she would have raised If she quick! Tnrkf'YII'are coming in style 154,850COPIES Director*-L, J. R-eves, J. t. Reese, W. DiC, Kfsaler.' R. M. Gary,

4 erated countries is put at 2513.000 had had! two Jess,"-Palm Beach News. again. The windows are full of them." : i. W. A. D'Alembcrte T. A. Jennings. :
t bales. C C C -New York Times.! i TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. ? Wholesale and Retail'GROCERS

The mills in the south afford employment Florida Poik.. : V YOUR ACCOUNT IS RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED I '

to 144405 persons of all The acorn mast 'was good in places O.e ot HU LiabilIties' ...<........*........... ...>.. >...'...e.o..<

A ages. The number of children in this' !n the county this.season; and as a During a recent financial panic a certain or an average of

number is put at 36,165.; result sweet, V fine pork meat that city mignate 'like many others

could not be surpassed the world over found one night that his real estate and all kinds of Feed

V The Tampa Globe, heretofore pub- may now be of had in the market. was unsalable, his' firm bankrupt and 5,735 V IT. JM.carr. ,..... """"IICT Jito. IV'*...... Stuffs.Pluto .
Speaking mast many persons his P ... .A.. ... 610 .
money locked up in a suspended I -' Sec'. I
lished weakly made its initial bow to may not be aware of the importance
bank. In despondency he walk. Wholesale l aDd Retail Dealer to
deepest ,
the public: on Sunday last as a daily which! this'proairct of the forest is to DAILY
V ed slowly home and greeted the companIon SteamDomesticAnthracite
the
ruralist. The razorbackthe V
i morning newspaper. As a weekly devoted average I COAL
-- thriftiest and most valuable of his'o3'a and sorrows. The following; figures show: The Pen and Blacksmith Water
to the cause of Union Labor the I hog, alive where he has a forest to "Mary." be said, '"Fra fUl led. So's sacola Journals circulation for each I
, Office: -No. ;:3 South Pilafw street. Telephone, 13
Globe since its first issue has been the lost
roam In-can flavor himself with bank. So's the firm. I've my day during the month ,of December..
!. conspicuous IB Florida journalism and acorns or. palmetto berries so that apiece money and my house and. everything 1905, with the average number of .. Yard corner Tarragona and Gonzalez fits Phones '6 and 372 .
of his flesh outranks meat ot V V I -- =- -' Wholesale and Retail.
c its fine issue' as a dallv>is sufficient any everything. copies dally: 'V k

evidence that its high standard willb his kindred fatteqed on the cream of "Xo, no, John," cried the loving wifeas Dec. 1, 5,750 Dec. 16, 5,600
the field And herein lies a little gold Dec. 2, 5,700 Dec. 17, 6,100 I
she cast herself) upon his breast,
maintained. The Journal extends
; mine to the favored producer of woods "not everything You haven't lost me." Dec. 3, 5,900 Dec. 18; -,...: 4 New Orleans Grocery Co.
best wishes' for its success gwlne.! Last season Mr. Yulee Mick
"That so. Mary replied the unfeeling Dec. 4 ...,. Dec. 19, 5,600
V ler rhef,who marketed lives at some the .head 300 of head North of brute; "that's so; I never supposedthat i Dee. 5, 5.750 Dec. 20, 5,600 SHINGLES, SASH, DOORS WINDOW ,GLASS I II

A Good, Citizen these mast-fattened porkers and his "any of the liabilities would disappear. I i Dec.Dec. 7 6,,- 5,700 5,750 Dec.Dec. 22 21,, 5,600 5,600 I I BUILDING MATERIAL.' Jas. McHugh ,

bank account which Increased -London Time. .
was
and an Honest Man. up"ard.of ,$.OO9 thereby was clear Dec. 8, 5,650 Dec. 23,' 5,600 Phone 11. DeSILVA/ I Phone 1O5. Proprietor.J30 .
: ( Dec. 9,' 5,650 Due. 24, 6,100, H. G. /\ 8,, CO.
I One of the most conspicuous successes profit. These hogs now sell for 7 A Large Christina 'Pie. .
I Dec. 10, 5,900 Dec. 25. ..
modern business ute was cents a pound in market.-St. Augustine One of the largest Christmas gifts I u. .. [ *
of V Dec. 11, .'.;. .' ,Dec. 26, 5.600 V -: TOURS TO 2 TO
Field the millionaire Chicago VV Meteor- ind altogether: the 'largest pie on record Dec, 12 5,650 Dec. '27 5.600 V i _
Marshall C ; I tlef
_
--Y 7f. Under tntnigMnmt
superior i
of Lonsdale
V merchant who passed away in New V V was one' sent by the Earl Dec. 13," 5.650: Dec. 28, 5,600 < ',' advanta5es. Full Tours Around tH
Cot .
Energetic Brown.It to Klajt George HI. of England. The Dec. 14, *5.600 Dec 23,. 5,600 8', ACOSTA CO. Prompt delivery' any part of the | Apnu.l Orw ntl CrniM. leb. B, troff *8'*
: after'a short Illnessof ..
York on Tuesday Is reported that Col. T. J. L. 0.., city. N. Free.
and It
contain
pie weighed pounds. .
576 Dec. 30 f
Brown wlltmake'an effort to have the Dec. 15- 5,600 5,750 ygrs
\
NCV
pneumonia. ed D geese, 2 ducks. 4 fowls '(the kind V V V r or Dec. 3 f, 1.650 : Office and Yard-22to ;8 N FRANKCCLARK9S, B,
Capita at Washington moved to Tampa V "',,.,...,. ....taU, Utah,. /. Tarragona -
Mr. 'Field was a self made man inV not stated In ) 6 6 St. Peaencola
' to make .it more convenient for the' records pigeons V ,fla. Phone 363.

the fullest sense of the word and the 'getting measures through Congress wild ducks, $,teal 2 starlings, 12 partridges Total .for, the month........154,850

; Immense establishment which heAmilt for appropriations for the city on the 15 wpodcock guinea fowls, 3 COAL WOOD AND ICE

simply the result of hard work bay.-Gainesville Sun. Colonel Brown snipe, 6 plover, 3,water bens 1 wild Average per day.. ,..!....'5,735
up was ... ..
.. .
could 15 -- .
40 hammers
come as near accomplishing art goo e. 1 curlew yellow V --
V his fellow
and honest dealings with undertaking this" kind as any man sparrows 13 chaffinches. 2 larks. 4 I hereby' certify that the above

man. Nearly every wealthy man has, living He knows no obstacle when thrushes, 12 fieldfares, 6 blackbirds. 20! statement is correct according to the I 1cie.irau.r: ; a" V :
time In his career been asoc1ated. be undertakes a task and defeat only records fib Jf* this office.
at some rabbits. 1 lee' of real 1 ham, 3 busheli on '
males him work the harder on his FRED \.' SWEET. ICE COAL and :WOOD
directly or indirectl, with of flour and 28 pounds,of butter., ,
V next proposition. He is a citizen Circulation Manager.
to restrain trade In the language ef the nursery rhyme ;
pools 'from
combinations or the
of. and that will subscribed '
Tampa Is proud one Sworn to and beforemethis !.1 V
and thus secure ill gotten gains at the PIQVO of vast benefit to the entire concerning the tour and twenty blackbirds 1st day of'January. 1906., V, .Consumers' Ice and Fuel' Company.

expense of his less fortunate brother state -ot Florida, because: the projectshe baked In: a pi 1e"wasn't that aprettJ" PERRY. DICKEN', _Offic*-Corner ChaBe and Tarragona ", < Phone 259. !snI fw Itfl

t but Marshall Field was a notable ex puts on foot' down. here benefit the dlshtoaetbeforethe--' ,---: -- ",lt1D&r NotaJ'Y.Pu !!tc.1 V : _

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+bi 'd'E The Point 'VhereLove -

,+'A. ,J qYjQa :
Should Halt.
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Jc u
There are few of us who do not admIre i
4YLK i and applaud the girl who'Is con
stant and true-no matter what the circumstances
may be-to the man who
wins her heart's affections We delight ,
to read the stories of poets and romancers r ,
which tell of a girl's constancy
-how by remaining true to her ,
"Prince Charming" abe helped to overcome e{! 'l
all obstacles to their union and
perhaps won,back her lover affections "
when he was Inclined to desert her for '
the charms and fascinations of another 1
girL And should we become acquainted
with such a girl In real life we bold up II
her example for all
s Yx 3'i -constancy as an
members of her sex to follow.It .
may sound rank heresy to say so.
but It is the greatest pity in the world s,
that constancy of this character la so
extolled. Not that the girl who refusesto
be shaken in her allegiance to the
,t i man she loves. and ultimately leads him
.. ;, to a happy life by her truebeartedneea.
is undeserving of admiration and praise.
/ ; The fault lies In the fact that by holdIng '-'
up such a case as a splendid example ,
to their sex many girl get exaggerated -
E v.y notions and Ideas as to how far
constancy should be practiced In' love

+ ., : %9s rk''34 : ...a. ,!.. affairs The result Is' that they are very often t r,
) ; t'r : foolishly constant. They do not temper h .
n r''r
their love with common sense. The reader ; 4
r' ''3')' 'tYt 'S may smile and say that -?ve is blind t-
C'l.. rM yw.' y; ; 3. r 4( and ousts common sense from the aver't
1q age girl's mind. But In many cases this
is only because she possesses false romantic -
k..ta and sentimental Ideas as to whata
.,
4 pirl's duty Is to the man she loves )
Many a girl has ruined her life's hap t
plness by remaining true to a man quite ,,, '
d unworthy of her affection, through' a
# 4 mistaken sense of duty. Then again,
:: f : ;,,.4'-Y. ; there are girls who have betrothed them- +!
'y selves to a man. persist In marrying .*
him although they are fully aware that. y r)
to a certain extent their affections havebeen
alienated from him by another a'l
man. Such an act cannot possibly be
"
regarded as constancy although some -
girls may think It Is the embodiment of i,
%Yi gLlO that virtue. Rather Is It the duty of the
\ girl under such circumstance to break: e
I 3Rai' S ,,: her and pledge knowing, as
c3 xf M.1 'c i promise
.j S you do. that every word of your solemn
\\ : : : vow Is perjury. Is wrong and a good
girl should not even permit herself to
t } contemplate such a step
\ It Is also the greatest of mistakes. In t
/ e, c ; ;': the majority of cases, for a girl to remain -
\\S/ ., '': '- constant to a man who. by his
( \ i.YF'.B c J / .1. '
'.... Some men are contemptible and cow
.
ardly enough to take advantage of a
woman's love by threatening to ruin 1,
or kill themselves If she gives them up.
;) A girl must know that a man who '
would utter euch a despicable threat Is
1 an unworthy -specimen of his sex. do-
: serving no one's pity or compassion '
And there is the girl who remains con-
: l, : stant to a man who has no reasonable
r
.
.
< ; prospect of marrying for many years to t -
come. Her position Is extremely union !
'blenkr'T"t :f. tunate. and It Is most difficult to advise i'a,''
Jt ; her as to the limit to which- 14
,
constancy should go. If a girl In such 1
.l-- L -- a position feels that she could not possibly
.J--Q"unar:1.: love any other man and. In fact

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Ir :I y eBy
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WALDON FAWCETT.A --- ''- -
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w ,:. s tr 'S t ,

prosaic world is wont to declare j

that the observance of Valentine Day ,, rtw

is suffering rapid decadence, but. as a I

matter of tact It la merely that the : .' '.
,
form of celebration of St. Valentine's ; ,

festival) la 1 undergoing a change. The I I tl

old-fashioned plan of exchanging sentimental !
I
greetings on this special holiday

for lovers Is, perhaps passing In so far t

as grownups are concerned but only to rr r Yj .r.F vas I 7t 1
be supplanted by a new source of mer- -. .fir Ric
riment not unmixed with sentiment

namely the Valentine Day party. As- 3.1
.
suredly tbere Is no other occasion during I 4S '%x I tat.

the year that lends Itself so readilyto ... ,, 1 e t tI1
the quaint conceits of the hostess Qizn o -..... A Jw

ambitious to entertain In a novel way.

The fancy dress or costume party !Is .

pre-eminently the favorite on Valentine QQr 4 .. ,
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Day or. perhaps It might better be Bald .". .... o. trr
that fit Valentine1 Day is the favorite .4 ; .f ,1U', t R .
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occasion for these assemblages of fantastic e :

attire. The Valentine fancy dress afford' an excellent opportunity for 'the to learn, b7 aid of :tnagic; art.. the true Thti&'cnupJeta' Included the following! : if

function may be a card party or a moreor eJ>rcisa of ingenuity. In many Instances sentiments'-of: the awed and ''mystified "
leas 1f your arrow hits ttle white
pretentious masked ball or mayhap the cards of Invitation are adorned with ,masculine guests.' Sometimes each arriving Watch Your lover conies tonight
as Is usually the cue Just a simple water color representations of hearts or guest at a vaientine Patty is met nr L s ,..
house party which Is, after all. the Cupid's bow and arrow and some valen- with the salutation "Good morrow1 Val. ."If your arrow hits the blue .
Ideal way of entertaining on this carnival tine 'hostesses have sent through the entlne." If the person so addressed can 'The one you love will prove true."

date As an Innovation we have mails to their prospective: guests heart- 'repeat.this salutation ere the welcomerhas "Wealth and pleasure and yellow gold:
even had of late years the Valentinetea shaped pieces of cardboard with the invitation : finished speaking he must. be rewarded ,But no true love does this heart hold."

when the hostess pours the social penned on the face of each. by a small presentA "1f your arrow hit. the red; fa
beverage for her guests at a table liberally The preenday! fad for the souvenir heart contest, after the fashion' of You. 1 fear will never wed.**-

adorned with hearts and other postal! card has also provided another a donkey party. Is a popular ;Valentine '

simlflcant decorations; but since In this medium for .summoning' : .- Valentine's Day diversion. A large heart 1. cut out Something"If your I arrow rood hits your the love black.l doth lack." ;

work-a-day world few men can spare subjects. of turkey-red calico and sewed ,on a

even the last fraction of an afternoon To provide the happiest and: most Ingenious 'sheer. In 'the center of the beart'1 Is conclusion of the 4.Attjie contest! prizes a, r v ,, W? t i 1 1ri

there Is at such events a consequent plans for entertaining her1 fastened a small heart cut from 'white are distributed to the winners and boo-

dearth of the sterner sex. without guests Is. of course the chief ambition calico or other cloth. Each guest Is provided bies. Heart-shaped boxes of bonbons E t,

whom no valentine affair could be a of every valentine hostess. The true with c cardboard arrow with. a heart-shaped match safes and- tiny FJ' 4 i ih5

complete success. traditional ceremony of St; Valentine'sDay pin !In It. Aa each one takes his turn he basket of the familiar candy hearts ,i ar /' ,Js

The popularity of Valentine Day as was the drawing of a wit of lottery Is blindfolded turned around several' Inscribed with couplets are among: the s : .rla Ay y
an occasion for fancy dress frolics Is followed by ceremonies not unlike times, 'in order that he may ,be confused -' approved forms of reward.
doubtless due In he game of a* to locations. ,and then left to N f f'e
great measure to the what U generally: called Partners for refreshments may be apportioned -
wide range of appropriate costumes forfeits and some modification of this put his arrow In the white heart U he by the distribution of pieces of C : ;

suggested by the occasion Itself. The old English pastime is a feature of can. .He must pin his arrow at the pasteboard hearts, each of different size '' l

guests are sometimes invited to comes many present-day valentine gatherings.The point where he first touches tbe sheet and shape: the pairing off of the guests! by 5

* characters of romance." or to personate origin! o: the gm.-honored Valentine and Is not allowed to feel his way to the being in accordance, with the matching

the famous lovers and sweethearts Day gamesIs veiled inobscurity., goal., After all ,the, guests have tried or mending of the shattered hearts. Or ,:

of history such as John Alden 'it Is "certain that tit Valentine. who their skill a prize Is awarded to the If preferred each guest may be given

and PrtscUla Evangeline and Gabriel. was a martyred Roman pries, of the one whose arrow is nearest the centerof half ti heart and'lett to discover the
Romeo and to .do with- the white heart; while a consolation Identity of
Juliet etc. More frequently third century had nothing the partner fate has assigned

however the costuming Is left the matter yet Iq\ o4 Borne on, Valentine marksman.prize Is bestowed upon the poorest him by finding the' other half of the t

wholly to the Ingenuity of the wearers. Day the names of the young quotation written upon his half heart
and thus we fair box. from, Target shooting may be made amojt: and which of
may find among the women were placed In a was course penned com-
guests cuplda. Queens of hearts *"mOd- which they were drawn by the men a* enjoyable feature of a Valentine amusement :. 'plete upon the whole heart ere It was :
*rn St. Valentines" Obsen'aathat''haa program if the Valentine party Is'held" severed.
of
Another
the guise post- chance directed. ,
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!tra; and other portrayals equally suaSestlve >' been handed down''from tlmft" "] \ at"residence: '-' 1ere there Js'a..long For refreshments are served ,-sandwiches 'M 1 1 ? r.rAksN 24 a

of tender sentiment. Immemorial and I* rellfloUsJy,,followed )hay, an atq or other apartment of' cut heart-shaped angel food' S t ..
sufficient such .i ts ''' '!
Size for archery practice ; 'v r
The by many twentieth century American cake. cookies baked In-heart-shaped tin '
obviously decorations an for Important a valentine conslderiU"on. : partyare girls Is tha\.of ascertaining' fate's del The targets'for this sport are Very' ..;Jat and oUter,-appropriate ,delicacies.. ,Presumably k ,' .re.-/r ;;v ; r r8. iM J% r
Rose color and white* should be cree from still water; ,J5:ach younglady \ to ordlnary"targets.'aave that Instead there Is a fancy cake with pink

the predominating hues, and even the writes on bite of papet.the names of circles there are hearts, each of a I 'ana white frosting wiucn is announced r ; ,,, .lf a jT ;2r'e"rA'til' 'M1. Yf 43'i N. t

lamps and gas Jets should be equipped of all the young men of her acquaintance different' color, and ''placed on*, within, to contain a ring. Each guest Is allowed i< (
to his slice
cur or her own from
*1th shades of pink crepe paper or silk and after all the .!lps of paper another with c-radual reductions t* stz4 cake and the finder of the ring it this is
In order that they Induce a sub- have been rolled in'clay they are simultaneously as the center of the target Sa'appreached. prophesied, will be the first to be mar- --
dued may dropped (Into a tub pr tank The bows and arrows. are tied\ : S ried. Muslo 1st almost Invariably a feature ned:1Cit r
illumination as Is befitting BO sentimental a Va1 iil : .p-
of the valentine party and ? '
of- water and tb.ent: name to rise to with bits ,of ribbons .of _correspondingcolors. usually -
an occasion. Although not universally : the choice falls on love songs such as a
surface is according o this mysterious The young women choose, the "Because 4 J
) known mistletoe Is almost 'as the 1 Love You So, "Annie
verdlct declared> W be,the,lady* arrows and the young men select the Laurie" "Love's Old Sweet and other member of the opposite sex has
Appropriate an adjunct on Valentine boWL Partners for the shootingmatchare 'Coining.Through the Rye. tured the greatest number'of the elusive Ing valentine parties there may be appended no attractions for her there lit nothing:
Day as It fa'on Christmas.: Preferablyt Valentine. A lately invented pastime for valentine emblems of the day. the supposed significance of several any her remaining con- i4 y
those whose colors are In accord. ot the emblems extensively used on to be said against y
! their evening Is "heart hunt. Vatentlne-ii :
choose For might
thould be placed on chandelier or Birds are .supposed to ra this Card -parties-on St. An arrow a wounded and true to th. man she really
such occasions: slant
* Day and, The person in charge of thls'Valattne quest roc SOO tiny hearts are bidden usually announced by Invitations gained by
are Is to be
a It Valentine' meek Cupid Nothing
doorway In such manner that mates on St. in all part of the rooms where the that "Hearta wilt be bean; a dove a spouse loves. mar't
till not be readily noticed ,save by ghosts are thought to walk on the nightof archery has couplets for each color to be held I some of the hearts being hunts -rrompsT which proclaim. and the guests may be met at too many lovers; hymeneal..Will torch.wed. jhricemarried your rying a roan far better for a home remain alone ingle aW ., ,
harp belief serves which are read on each trial of 'skill broken and the concealed In who presents to : altar you girt had if lib
parts (
Utter dif work
eyes Often the mistletoe is In- this day. which the door by a postman choice pierced hearts, a Strokes engagement -'- to the man who will
wrtwined toundatlonttornttOduction the couplet to be read being de rmlD'cL ferent.placea The hunt continues for aspecified each arrival aa envelope-which. 18 found ; bands, wUl wed true rather than marry a man slit r
wait
ora the and clasped you will
with a bow and arrow as and ; ,
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tlme
length of at the beart-lIh'P"'d attorfc
of by the color of the sectloo'ofthe ex to contain a reprogram- really! love but who can
UiU In which graceful course J this year. does not iJ
plaster cupldL. of many weird games piration of this Interval praxes areawarded white for/ the women and of waluac. r
Tie invitations for a valentine parts< IIgurea wrapped In: shtets.are.upposed ,target,lo.wtuch .an: arronvhas sped. to the guests who have cap- men >fpr;tie benefit of persona> arrange At.DoN rAWC'ET1',, en the period
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i- PAGIt SIX. THE PENSACOLA I: JOURNAL THURSDAY MORNNQ.| JANUARY. 1S, 1D5NJ. !
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: of the ,n01"U. and east,I!f ".. "' .:t'.jr
Months' tour J".i".r' Jlj :i' :e'1' );I QUINCY NEWS ;
having spent some time )in._ Canada; .
will reside at 117-North Tarra I Igcna : -. I TflISCOVEREg
AND They : THERE 13 ONEFACErWDER .
.: PEOPLE EVENTS ; street. '- l"*"' I .OFINTLRtST I
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D'fa',_ you know that J ee'a bifjbday,I I I Of Lydia, E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, 'th

tTan.. 19, is a legal holiday In this:
,. Seen, Heard and Done Among Those Who:>> Go. Come state -5-, I Special to The Journal. .GreatVoman's Remedy for Woman's Ills.

4 and Tarry---Women and Society, Hera and Elsewhere. Augusta Evans. Wilson t- left:I Quincy Jan. 17.-The annual meeting I -

Mrs. .f OIl the Quincy Board of.Trade was
esterday for Birmingham called ana that l I
S By E. NELLIE BECK Telephone 669 there by the illness of her 815ter.. Mrs : held on Monday evening January 8. a
J S =- Bush.-Mobile Register,y.' I BERRY'SCUYOUCAN large number of enthusiast1! members!

1 i: '(W ----- --- 0 : 4 being'pnisent. New officers were elected I

'140OTON-GREENWOOD WEDDING handmade silk darning bag to Mrs Mrs.. J. C. Richardson of Greenville' I Jf for the coming year as followsA..i
AT BOHEMIA. Ala., arrived in the city >esterdar 3S
I Max Heinberg.. and the, consolation a : of Mrs Howard BruggIo.. If ym hare not used it yon are 1.: Hearii I. nre")5ident> A. L- Wilson
The home of Mr. and Mrs I. G. pietty handkerchief to Mrs. Adolph a guest neglecting your bt-atlty. Ail drug fj :
Greenwood at Bohemia, was the Cohen. S26 Dauphin Way ,J 'd"e; Richardson I &121hIIleJt U. vice prid!ij.t; W. H. Idesecretary; y,

scene ot a charming wedding last After the game and the awarding wilt join herat the end oVa week fora r:::jf PRICE, 50VCENTS. f' and trcatui-ej-.. I

S 4 night when their daughter. Miss Bru- the prizes the guests were ushered to visit of a few days.-Mobile Regis, White, Red, and Brunette.; Committees were appointsd as follows WI

nella was joined in wedlock to MrWack the dining room: which was a riot of ter, 2 : -i
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S -4S Manufactured E I j Committee oa Finance: Jf :: -
S I'll Her Hooton ton performing of this city.the ceremony.Rev. FatherS gay splendidly color and appointed in Its table center with stood covers a. Mr. and Mrs. W. deC. Kessler and S E.R. Berr) Chenr.' 'Co,, SL Louis I II W. Muaroe, W. O. ':Uogge., lg-!Gardner. --c_ '

: Miss Mildred Kessler left Commute on Transportation: A. T. .
The house their sister
was decoratotf for -
t prettily .
4p; for the occasion with palms, palmet. menu twentyfive.The included various elab-- :last night for Charleston.S. C... where; tpS.tjj: / : 11t'zt! : (. Hearin, J.' L: }McFarlm A. L. Wilson,I I, --.
1 toes. bamboo vines, mistletoe and orate that Mirs Kessler will remain for an exftenaed I E.. B. !ahelfer: A. J. St ln. Committee I 1bjWT71Jrts
courses carried
deliciously _
and Mt I Pajlk. F, P Mai.S. ,
Mr. Kessler.
holly, and the marriage out the viit. j on. : Improvements:
cere-mon bright color scheme far
"was performed under a sylvan brida: as possible, the creams and cakes as and will visit Baltimore and New' York be-'! Small T. WillIamson.V. M. Corry W. H.i
-: ,bower constructed of these products other fere returning home. Easy ld?, H, D. burr Committee on New I
I s\\'eets..being especially success .
of,:the semi-tropic forest As the radi- ful in cherry and I Industries: \Vf H. Carr H. A. Love,
tr k1 Knee of the brightly-lighted home, Mrs. Dannheisser green.the hostess was Col. T. V. Kessler returned. yesteiday -]I S Monthly Payments P. S. Thomson. Committee on City:

I 'With Its happy guests, shown forth gracefully assisted from Tallahassee.Has ExJenIoi:' S. \Vi'liarnsan! E.
in entertaining! her will : C'I
___- : 9 r through the great, overhanging oaks guests by her sister Miss Sara Dann I I Piano put into jour home a handsome. Love, W, W, Wilson B. F. South,
of
which surround it, and filtered out heisser. such winning ways. Blue Ribbon your own SE ction. There's R.. aw. Commrllee on Entertainments ?

: through their long festoons of Span-' -+- Vanil'a!' Nothing touches: the e.x'i absolutely! nothing that can be put In ; 'H, F. Sharon. M. W. Wilson.!
L ish moss, it formed a scene long to CHARMING DEBUTANTE act epot and tickles the palate like I the home. that will give the same W." M. CarryMax; W*.del AS, J. W.'
be remembered. the "Blue Ribbon Flavor." Ask for I amount of pleasure! and has a greater Arbitration
Bussey. Committee on
INTRODUCED '
r TO SOCIETY.Mr. .
bi------- The bride entered the room on the } and Mrs. Laz: Jacoby gave their Blue Ribbon Vanilla 'and ,say it plain. refining Influence than a piano. No A. L. Wilson, F. P. May N. C. Bell W.I I

,1 arm of her father, and the room was accomplished and attractive daugh- matter where you.live, we can,place, in W. Wilsca, M. W.Trtunroe.: !

attended by Mr Chas. M. Coston asJbE.st tre Miss Lillian L. Jacoby a delightful WASHING CLOCK'FACES.. jour home a piano that wil give .you I There w__re.twelve-new members enrolled :

( man. The bridesmaid was Miss coming-out party Tuesday nightat satisfaction: and: be a pleasure as longas :, :'. W. Fhi'llps.! S. T. Williamson

I :Belle Keuster, of Pensacola who their bayshore home at Fisherville.The I.e Timplra Grow Boiled More you live. W. H Carr, J. H. Bussey: Hogge
ir Icoked only less beautiful than the town guests went down on the Quickly; Than Othrr. CLUTTER MUSIC HOUSE. and 'Thomas B. F. Smith. H. D. Durr.I

1 b; ttovely bride herself. The bride wore regular 8 o'clock car and the scene -I've been washing the faces of flit Pensacola. FlBEULAH *. J.F. Lin s, Owl Commercial Co.,, P.!

I a gown of white voile over satin that greeted them was/as picturesque city clocks nigh on ,to. ten years, ,I S. Thomson.: Bell and Bates and T. M.iielntoah. .:
: trimmed with lace medallions, andS as could be devlsea': Great bonfires guess," said a pleasant Scotch.Irlsb- :
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(her exquisite illusion bridal veil .was blazed upon the beach lighting the American. "and before ,that I did It In The Committee on Public Improvements -

draped with the 'groom's; gift a tend and- water for a mile or more the old country. There aren't many face 1 .1.1Beulah was ,instructed to taka steps
diamond brooch. She wore white hy- around. .
washers in this land. and the few who : necessary toward formulating a project -
BCinths in her hair.
: : The grounds and galleries of the .
for In hotel tha Commit
new and
:1 After" the :light refreshiments ]know the business do well J at it. lie
ceremony house
1 were illuminated by colored I
tee Transportation instructed to
were served and the newly- looked prosperous In his tweed suit and Jan. on ,
S lanterns and the interior was 'gay with 17.-Beautiful weather confer with tha officials! of the Apa-. -
S I married couple returned to the city shaded lights flowers and ribbons. derby hat. to-day, cool and bracing, just right to: -
lachlcola Northern ,R. H. on the subject No other female medicine the, world has received such widespread an4
accompanied by the wedding party. The formal reception was from 8:30: fcls your work anything like that of work or play; so 'weihave nothing to: of their proposed 'track to'Quincy. unqualified endorsement .

) S S Only the members of the two families until 10. After the' pretty bud had the steeple climber?" he was asked. Complain of on that score, but we After: discufcJng a number of other ,No other medicine has such a record of cures of female troubles or such
--------. end two ,or three close friends were been introduced to the procession of "Bless you. no." he replied with have a kick to register about the important subjects, the rmeeung ad- hosts of grateful friends as has
)resent.5a hey mother's and father's friema'fi, the twinkling eye. much amused "only in roads. There is a place on the ohelby. .
The bride is a young lady of great'I younger set took possession of her. one thing, and that is that mostly sailors hard. road about, four miles west of journed. Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.It .
personal charm and beauty and the Delightful refreshments were served take with the trade. That's be- the" city that is very*bad and shouldbe Ceneral News. S will entirely'cure the worst forms of Female Complaints, Inflammation
L: rossessor of many rare qualities of I )"'and :Miss Yetta Zimmern of Mobile up fixed soon as there Isa, great deal On Thursday night the Owl Com and Ulceration. Falling and Displacement and consequent Spinal Weaknebs,
we're know.
heart and mInd. The 'groom Is onetf kindly contributed a few pian., cause good climbers, you of travel over it and.no chance to get mercial Co. gave their second annual. and is peculiarly adapted to the Change of Life.
., Pensacola's most widely known selections during the evening and I've washed the faces of city and out on the sides. : dinner to the members of the Quincy It has cured more cases of Backache and Local Weaknesses than any other

I S S and universally esteemeu young busi-I the debutante rendered a violin solo church clocks that were ISO feet from I met Mr. Wm. Henderson on the fire! Company. The dinner was served remedy the world has ever known. It is almost infallible in such cases, It

mess men, and both have hosts of I or two, to the great pleasure of the the ground and it took me two and read this morning ama': had a very interesting on the stage t>f the opera house and dissolves and expels tumors in an early stage of development.
friends who will join in congratulations music lovers present. three weeks to do It. I'm a practical talk with 'him about sheep was a must delightful affair. Mr. W. Irregular,, Suppressed or Painful Periods, Weakness of the Stomach,

and good wishes. They will] re- Miss Teresa :tacoby a joutfger clock repairer too-have to be, you raising and its adaptability to this .M" Corry acting in the capacity of host Indigestion Bloatinp- _Nervous Prostration, Headache, General Debility
side at the groom's home, 512 North daughter of the )house presided at the know-and do my work in ,a huge country. He is extensively engagedin and charming all with his genial hospitality quickly yield to it,. Deranged organs causing pain, weight and backache in.

I. ll ; :Jth avenue. x punch bowl which rendered it a pop- wooden cradle made for the purpose. that industry and I will at sometime stantly relieved and permanently cured by its use. Under all circumstances it
S -+- in the The .G_ F. & A. Railroad is making invigorates the female system.It .
uiar attraction.At Some clocks get their faces .dirty,in a near future give his view
-I S RAB8-PACE 12:30 a special car brought the year or so; others remain clean ten on the subject. He is no rainbow good progress on its branch road to quickly" removes that bearing-down feeling:extreme lassitude, "dont

_____ ;.WEDDING IN BREWTON. guests back to the city, and Miss Lillian and Old Ben Westminster's chaser but knows what he is talking. Quincy, and itis expected that trains care and \vant-to-be-left'alone" feeling excitability, irritability, nervousness
so on. ,
S Mr. J. G. Pace and Mr. Dudley L. Is now. "Miss Jacoby and entitled years about from actual experience and froma will be running by March 1* dizziness, faintness, sleeplessness, flatulency,melancholy the blues*
1i Saunders left Tuesday evening for to all the aiilies and privileges great (clock is expected to.4.eepclean practical standpoint and his ideas Th2-empire Club is to give a minstrel and headache. These are sure indications of Female Weakness. or some derangement

S iBrewton, Ala. where Mr. Pace and thereunto attached. fifteen years. on the subject are worth.. considera show in the near future and a* of the organs which this medicine surely cures. Chronic Kidney
I :4 1 I {Miss Rabb of Brewton were united "In the old days the trade was more tion. this club is compose of many of Complaints, &nd Backache, of either sex, Vegetable Compound cues.Those .

Jtitr s an marriage Wednesday at noon. EXCELSIOR FLINCH MET dangerous.:; We used to work from Mr. King Hirst' has put up a neat Quincy's leading citizens, the public thousand women who refuse to accept anything else are rewarded.. hundred

Immediately after the ceremony Mr. WITH MRS. SHEPARD. scaffolds and got many! dangerous:! iron fence on his lot, In the Beulah is anticipating much entertainment at times Refuse, for they get what. they want-a cure. Sold by Drugg u

:'I_ ;Pace and his brlo'e left for Georgia The Excelsior Flinch Club was falls. Now we have the cradles and all cemetery. All such
-S. where they will spend ten or fifteen charmingly entertained by Mrs. Dan the fixings and comforts, and if a man proper respect for 'toe departed and roles of "end men," ,buck and wing

S days. Shepard last evening from 3 to 6. keeps his head he can work as well as adds to the beauty' 9f'Lthir. last 'rest.: dancers, etc.- IMPROVE ANDPRESERVE YOUR BEAUTY
-'-.1* S On their return about Feb. 1. Mr- There was a general attendance of on the curb. How is the P'l? Well, ins.jpla.ee. -S The handsome''pressed brick buildIng .
end Mrs. Pace will reside in the Aiken the members and the following visItors Mr and Mrs. Thad' h sby. of U&E
Bay
that's bard to figure, for we work by ,onnei by Key Brothers:;, .is nearIng -
residence on Palafox hill. and a host were present: Miss Daisy Me- Point were the guests of their uncle,
the job. We don't clean clock faces in completion and will be occupiedon
-.t of his friends "will greet Mrs. Paceas Alister and her guest Miss IMins Mr. A. J. Busby. They came Thursday NADINE FACE POWDER
winter so( we make enough in the the first floor by E. C. Oorry &. Co., I -
: a welcome acquisition. Miss Peck of Maine who is visitingMrs. and returned home Tuesday last *
summer to last the year round. Of who will open a fancy grocery star, S IN: GREEN BOXES ONLY
S -#- Zelius, Miss Lottye Rice of Century accompanied by their cousin Mrs Ella -
and by E. H. Glnsb > of I
( Tallahassee
MRS. DANNHEISSER'S course sometimes the clocks; are taken J"g eUPEBIOB IN QUALITY. HARMLESS
I; guest of Mrs. Charles J. Rice, Woodson and little Daughter.
EUCHRE out of their cases and repaired in the with a men's furnishing store. The S "WATER.TVJADIN'K -
FOR MRS. HEINBERG. and Mrs. Leslie E. Brooks. !( Mr. and Mrs. Henry.,.Godwin who -
t: Mrs. Morris Dannheisser a shops. Last I cleared $2,000 and contract has been let for,another fins -
gave After a series of Interesting: gamesa year I spent the holidaystthe home of Face Powder! is compounded ana
L............... brick sore building. and new housesare w S .
swell euchre party Wednesday afternoon delightful salad 'course was daintily visited only two other cities, Chicago Mrs. Godwin'spareujg, Mr. and Mrs. pcnfl going up in all directions the demand __ ___ CCSH! Produ a beauS fol. eott velvety anpearance
b- g from 3 to 6, in honor of Mrs Julius served I and Boston. This year I'll,make more,! Uumes Fisher have returned to their t'--it S : : ;' which remains, until wa>hrl off
S. Heinberg. of Birmingham, Ala.. The next meeting will be with Mrs.' because building operations have grimed home at Higgins, after a pleasant visit far exceeding the supply. ad -.7.S ,. :;. Lad es who aw N Mne t':\<- Powdf-r in pr.*-n
and visiting ladles. everyone is feeling! prosperous and 5' :e t;-. boxes are sure the complexion will be frJind
Angus McMillan.: the clocks and given our trade a among former friends and school:' -. + ,
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The thrown together anxious to own his own horn'. lovely as do* nt the eVrnin?. THC
rooms were S -
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i $ rfr-: QUALITY 13 UN HQUALKD. Buy one M rent
.; S and the color scheme of red and green LITTLE MISS HANNAH'S Mrs. 'Snowden area'sen' Ralph -are Invitations were received last weekto --5- \.e: :. package and if yon are not entirely sati CM
!was handsomely earned out. i I BIRTHDAY INVITATIONS. both confined to the house with pretty the marriage of Mr. M\ ? W. Wilson] ii I4 C. Y ._ :-;; .. notify us.. ant we will promptly I KtFCSD
Word Derrick. ;
The -.i-- vorRsosEv
of
The score cards were cherries and one Qulncysmost popular young _
Dainty little invitations which have bad cases of la which -- -
grippe seemsto # Mold br lending drujpnts, or mast Pnce 0
The word derrick for machine used
cherry leaves td with cherr ribbon. a men to Miss Irene Bott of }Iontlc*l1o.
.t S celighted their recipients are as fol}- be prevalent al1-over this part of "it? cents. Wmte.t lesh.Pink,Brunet
:j There were five tables and at the close I lows"Won't: to lift heavy weights Is curiously derived the country. Mrs.- Snowden has hada Mr. Wilson:; building a very 'attractive Prepared byN3tonal
of the interesting game the visitor's from a London hangman in the \ new home, but. like S
every one
L_____ you come to my birthday long se.geof neuralgia which is
prize'a lowely handpainted placquo party? beginning of the seventeenth century rather trying: to the temper of this else. Is experiencing annoying: delays 'THE HAD1NOLA Toilet Co. Paris, Te/i.i.
:was awardn)1? to Miss Pearl Bloom of All the children will be there. whose name was Tbeodoric and who is g<'od natured lady. .* because' contractors and builders cannot GIRL bold in Peniarola) bran leading drutgut

1i louieville, Ky., the first prize a dainty Come and bring *your little sweethearts often mentioned in old plays.. "II. )Ir. Won. Shelby was a very sick D? in a hundred" places: at the same --- --------- ------T ,,-, --

I i rides circuit with the devil and Derrick man for awhile last Saturday morn time. *
-- Mother i said she didn't care. mast be his host, and Tyborne the ing but was up and off to the city Mr. J. B. Pace of Tallahassee: who

_III Friday at 3 o'clock. Jan. 19, 06. inn at which he will light",,occurs in Monday -morning as good as new had many j ear's experience in the New Cane
t ,Hazel Hannah" "The Bellman of London." published Nothing but the Grim Reaper will be business will open his new ice plantIn Crop SyrupPut
-1g It will be Miss Hazel's seventh anniversary able to keep him in doors if he takesa a few weeks, and run it In a thor-
In 1616. The name thus corruptedcame
and every child who has notion to go. ourtily up-to-date manner.
It T1b1e (())ll d1 been: a guest In Dr. and Mrs. W. 3'. afterward to be applied by an AH of the :rourr men of Beulah Tha Empire Club !save: a very delightful up in all size packages
< easy transition to the gallows and later -
Hannah's home knows that a good who are attending school in the city, lance last Friday night in
I time is in store for their little daugh still to any frame or contrivance re- are,doing well)], I am told, and making honor of Misses Rnby.and May Moore,
: t tL.i1 ter's friends. aembling it in shape.A good headway in their school work, of Livingston, Ala.; :Miss Dixon.. of WRITE FOR PRICES

-4- which is very encouraging' to their Atlanta; Miss Katherine Dodd of Monticello. .
EXCELLENT MUSICBY Rlat .f Ink. parents and friends.' aid Miss Flora Harlan of ML '
Story(( ) I PRESBYTERIAN CHOIR. Canon Nicholl used to tell how on one The state inspector visited the con- Pleasan*. Tenn., who are. visiting Supt. Stores Southern States lumber Company

Mrs. Gibbs, Miss Hafght. Mr. Garfield occasion he had visited the famous vict camp now owned by Mr, P.' C. friends In this city.SLUGGISH ,
I and Mr. Crawshaw, the regular house of the Thrales in that suburb of Dawklns one day' last week and pronounced S
curedmeate. choir of the First Presbyterian thing in good shape. PENSACOLA.FLORIDA
about "country London where Dr. Johnson was at every '--
church, have been continuously complimented with no complaints from of the
and all that, Is I any DEPRESSIONS
; : the of the music home. "Johnson said the canon 1& A ,
knows --
good enough to tell but on quality prisoners. 'gentleman who -- -
r with the "good old times I they render at church services, but recalling the vIsit. "had occupied two says the men are treated beUer'by IPropep Food Removes It.
V i tha.t sort of thing has I I they have never sung with more rooms, and these were left as be last. }fr. Dawkins thanthey were under :&> # '

q ". You would : tender expression nor more exquisite used them." The sight was an extraordinary the tormer management.I 'Before using 'Postum 'Food Coffee
passed awa) r MiK s ? l
not eat that kind of meat taste than they old at the funeral of ODe, for Ink was !splashed! allover am Indebted to {t\ lady friend,for my wife and I were prejudl ed againstIt WHO YOUR CLOTHES ? I
I now if you could get It. ''I the lamented General Reese the floor and even .on the 'walls: a part of these items. and ''fully ap--' ," writes an Iowa man. "but now'we

any more than you would t;''I' Thos beautiful b'mns-"Asleep inI It was one of the doctor's habits to dip i prelate the courtesyj If more would I would ,not Induced to give it up. *
t I I: burn a tallow candle inS I Jesus," "Lead Kindly Light" and. his pen in ink and then shake it?' send in such items it woulia' help me I "My' wife was suffering from various I Why not hut them built rjtht here at home where you k
\\-Nearer God to Thee," were surpassingly out and would be nervous ailments
j My greatly appreciated ; and was especially
hue the ot and
place of an electric light, ten privlbge a tryen get wait you want?
: ] lovely rendered by that b this scriue. ; afflicted with black before !
i ti t' as \ ) i spots -
___________ and every : comfort to No pills is as pleasant and positive !
: fine quartette carrying I the eyes, with an accompanying
f every listenfng ,soul. as DeWitt's Little Early Risers. These i feeling of falntness These spells REESE-MENDEL TAILORING COMPANY I
S Famous Little Pills are so mild and
WeII Ordered -.- grew In frequency and at last we I
= Mrs. Lucius M.. Lamar and three effective' that children, delicate ladles 0 DELTA I I, came to suspect that possibly coffee ;*a 5
( 1 turning'out soma swell clothes;. Should need suit in '
and weak people enjoy their cleansing] are : you .a drop 7
$ chitoen of Las };speranza. Mexico was tge cause of them. *
Talblle are guests of her sister-in.law Mrs. effect while strong people say they are 'I "We, therefore determined to give at their place No. 11 North Palafox tit.t. They are show In? an

I C.V.. Lamar on the bayshore, for the best liver pills sold. Never gripe.Where : up the old coffee and use Postum fora i elegant line of Suitings and Trouserings; and at prices that will surely 4
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; L is now supplied with meat two or three weeks Delta. Jan. 17.-Mr. E. H. Robin I while, to see if it would help her. I : tempt you to buy. !|

b prepared by the highest son who has been ill for some time The result was more than satisfac- "' "" ....t'f'!-,>>.ro.:>>,;v".p.: : ..,.,.e--" ..'..:.! ,.,...".."..'...P."''*******....*:..'.."': ':"****..****-'to..,*.,''It.. "'*.
4.. skill which science and Mrs. J, R. iSaundera Is expectingher is slowly .improving.; We all hope he tory. In a very short time, only long l"-
I experience can furnish. neices, Mrs. Va'nderlipe and Mrs will soon be well.)) enough to get the coffee poison out 4
Jennie Hurale Smith of Virginia, to Mr. Ben Eaton of Pensacola visited of her system, and give the Postum a 1--
S There Is none superior to arrive the last of 'he month for au il Mr, J. R. Gates. Wednesday ire-. chance to ,build up her: strength, she PHONZ 181.
__ Armour'sGold
____ extended visit. turning to his home Thursday. began and continued to improve rap-

Our sheriff, J. C.Van Pelt was out Idly. Several weeks have elapsed
Band Bacon NEW METHOD LAUNDRY
t Miss Nettle McGee Smith is visiting throirgh the country one day last since she has had an attack of blind

friends in Pulaskl.Tenn.. and will week. spells)) or faintness, and her other nervous
Boiled Ham, visit' Pensacola'In February. Mrs, Charlie Wilson went to Pensa troubles have disappeared."I .
: Do You E. W. LAWRLtVCf,Proprietor. Ho S Wait Ra-nina St., Pensacala. H.
!- cola last week to spend a while with had been greatly troubled froma
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4 'Lunch Tongue, Miss Matilda Frolichstein of Mobile friends. sluggish feeling of depression that -, ,
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is visiting her niece, Mrs. Adolph I Miss Maggie Parazine spent all last made me miserable, ana when I saw

: Tongue, Cohen. week with Mr. and Mrs.-Charlie Para how Postum bad. help the wlfe...1 determined :- .............. ..... o++........".o.o." .."...tif t
zine. to see what it would do for

Sliced Bacon im-iD.tins, Dr. J, C. Williamson formerly: of i Eat? Miss Ida Wilson -:Beanie' out (rom me. Bo I Quit the old kind of coffee if\ i iII
Married
Ibis city but now of Florence. S. c.. Pensacola last week to visit her par atd began the use of Postum, and \ Get January

and the other choice pre- was the guest of his old friends Mr.! ents Mr. and Mrs.. Wilson., from that day to, this have been en I
pared meats which we and Mrs. J. R. Saunders for tea Tues The Kandy Kitchen Is Mrs. F, P. Jernigan and son Frank tlrely free from the old ,depression Dot wait another daj-will, provide the Furniture aIlll :
a It's to day evening leaving that night for iuaafe a trip to Pensacola last Satur. sluggishness ;and despondency. I. Furnishings. --.
sell
you. as cheap I easily the best place: to .. :
home. Our little 8-year old daughter had I
live well as to live day.Miss : .
any eat In town. It Is clean,
Dora Clark was the guest oi grown quite cross and peevish, and You Can -uY.oW'
S other way. Try It. Mr. and Mrs.. Carlos Solomon of well kept.. with A ,first.I Misses Maggie Laura and Zoe Para we put her, also, on the Postum diet.I : :
S. cuisine
5- Cuba spent Tueaday night with I class service and zine last Sunday. It has made such a change in her that .
friends leaving at noon for New Or I that satisfies the veriest Miss Susie Bear spent last week: in I I the teacher of the school which she it. and Pay Later. :

leans. EH 1 Paso and Beaumont, Tex. I epicure. Pensacola with her sister Mrs. George i attends remarked upon it without -
Hoyt. j knowing'the cause till we told her. I'i Bedroom' Suits froia $ O.OI up- Pretty Chairs from 7<* :

Sol Gahn & Go Miss Genevieve Parkhlll Is certainly Miss Maggie Owsley of Olive spent I "We }lave all been made brighter I to 8450; Mattresses 52.50 to $1500; easy, comfortao* .

1 being feted and toasted in a royal I from Friday till Monday: with Miss. and stronger mentally and physicallyand I' Springs $%.'50 to $:>00; SiJ.'ooards 715.00 to $6500. :

way by the :joung: society set in Tam- I[ Lida Tippin. I. life seems actually more worth is' )
The Pure Food Store, where she is visiting. 1! Mr. and Guss Rim' and little since quit coffee and Lefean t
tIII____ pa, Kandy Kitchen Cafe Mrs. | living we Ii MARSTON &, S
S Comer Palaioi a.d luteadeneia.(17B I daughter Hennena of Pensatola spent to drink Postum Food Coffee Namer.ven QUINA :
$nthest Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Broc*. of Boni-I t Sunday with Mr and Mrs. John Clark..I )by ,Postuai Co.. Battle Creek.M'ch. ,

fpy, Fla., have located in Pensacola 104 Palafox... Phone 999 t Mr Albert Gates and Miss Well S ? S 10M10. Palafox St. Phone. 148. PensaraU Fla. 1:
S Phone eo where they will reside in the future j Thomas made a trip SPensacoIa\ one Read the little book "The Road to +

f They hjjve just returned from a two I i day last week. :I VVellvllle? in.'pkgs. ...+.........*..+.. ..++....+.....+.....+.*..**+t.H






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V S .THE-PEN8ACOLA' JOURNAL, T.H U R SiXA-Y- 0 R N IKG,".J A N U'ARY .18', '1906. PAGE SEVEN VV

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I I V FOR.S4200 MERCHANTS r ,I .' V V

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FROMMANYV you can buy two new 6 room houses, V ATTENTION VV ( A Few Attractive Offerings in Real Estate. .

renting? for U8 .00 per year. These V

houses have bath etc.. gas and elec -"" $28.500.00-0ne of the.'most, valuable pieces of property: In the city,
: :!: ; tricity. Can be had for i We have .a client' l with a desirablelot a corner and fronting 3 streets ((260x240). Von t

STANDPOINTS -- ." $1200 CASH-Balance 7 200) feet from Palafox street, busf- $20.OOO.CO-New two story brick building on Garden street, near Pal.
..i.: per cent II est center. and adjoining business I afox. with lot 92 feet front Quick sale.

THIS IS A BARGAIN, AND IT WILL, houses. The owners of this propertywill I $12,500.oo-Large 3-story brick building near business center. A ii V

PAY YOU TO LOOK INTO; IT. IT erect a two or three story build good interest payer. V f -

Real Estate may be considered the best and safest investment WILL PAY 10 PER CENT. NET. ing to suit a desirable tenant If in $7500.00-Desirable building lot.near business center. on corner (215:!
for either a man of means or a man 'of limited terested: see 'us at once. I" feet by 192 feet). -
income. ;, I"I $600000-Improved property near Palafox street, property paying 'V
V MONEY MADEby I about 12 per cent. We consider this a bargain., ,, .
$5500.00-Large 2 story dwelling on West Hill; good neighborhood Vt
IF YOU WANT YOUR MONEY V investing a few dollars in vacant L. S. BROWN & CO. with 12 rooms and servants quarters Lot 80 by 180 feet. V

lots on East Hill. I ate selling lots at V Our Rental Department is given special attention, and our lists
TO EARN FROM 7 TO 12 PER CENTand REAL. ESTATE, JLOANS: AND IN., Self-Preservation of stores offices and dwellings contain !locations in all parts of tne' V
SURANCE. city. Our Insurance Department, representing 15 of the leading
I $$50 AND $60 201!Yz Thiecen Building ,lis the first law of nature." It's aptly foreign and American companies can fully protect you from the fire

yet be absolutely sat; you should Investigate some. applied to the insurance business.V fiend. Loans, in any amounts made on real estate, and on short,notice -
of our offerIngs In residentil property on East and North $1.00 cash and 50 cents pr. week, ori i Those'! who :nsure want absolute secur I V

Hillill .be.glad to have $3.00 cash and $200 month.These ity. Some get It,: others don't.
you call or write, if you like. pr CALL IN AND LET US SHOW YOU HOW TO INVEST YOUR ,
lots will us worth $100 to $125 before LOTS LOTS LOTS V
CORRESPONDENCE ANSWERED PROMPTLY; they are paid for on the terms offered An I nsurance Policyissued

Such easy terms are not offered,'every t MONEY.HOOTON
day. I :am selling 10 to 16 IotA per from our office makes you as &, WATSON -
100 100FINEST secure as a government. bond.
day and they will soon beaU BoIJ. .
A ,risky policy may cost a shade Successors, Thos. C. Watson 6 Co. : V

Pensacola Investmeint Co. V BUILDING SITES: ON EAST less but it won't give as peaceful No. 37 S. Palafox St., LEADING REAL ESTATE DEALERS. ..

I HILL. I sleep. __ 4
LESLIE E. Before injuring 5
BROOKS see us. J ;
4. H. 0'4LOf SER7E, City Manage I
204% S. Palafox St.. Fisher Building. 50. 50. :I IGOOD..INVESTMENT.tOTS l.l.fcDavi -Hyer Company -- -

W. H. KNOWLIS, Present" R.B. siMrsox'S8crltuy.J. ON W.: V I LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT k 5i3:
Agents New York
.L STILLMAN V.-res. and Gen. KNOWU5 .
Manager. S ,HYER. ,Tmsurer. V V. V HILL i I Life '
I Real Estate loans General 'nlfe tment.' For Sale. I 8 E. Insurance Government Company.Street. MASTERS' SALE. All kinds that you want.

FOR \LE-Second hand ladies' bicycle AH near car linesGET I,, Phone 7CO. Pensacola, Fia. By virtue! of a decree of foreclosure

215 South Palafox Street, Pensac a. Florida.WANTED : ., 500. and also sewing machine MY PRICES AND TERMS AS rendered by the Honorable Francis B.

I for SlOOO Apply at 103 N. Reus THEY ARE RIGHT. ---.-- "-- ___ __ _d Carter Judge of tha Circuit Court of OAK AND PINE
-S ISjanlw Escambia ('(.tnt: >. Florida on the 11th

"- V Board and Rooms. day of December A. .D 1905:> i in the cheaper than you can buyit
case of \. F. West against Jacoa
I I HELP WANTED I FOR SALE-200 acres good farm Ian.i. C. R. YAEGER BOARD AND LODGLNG-New furniture Klein Bernard S blla eI:and his wife want anywhere. Any size you V'i
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% miles southeast of Chipley: In V large. clean rooms. Terms rea- Kattie Schliater I will on Monday the

W\STED-Second hand furnitureand WANTED.-Three good mfcn to solicit Washington county; no waste land; 30 V 202, Thiesen ,_Building., Phone 332 sonable. Apply Mrs. C. C. Bro k. 117 15th day of Februarj: A. D. 1906 sell i
jOUsehold articles of all kinds and collect industrial iMura'nce.Apply acres ready for cultivation. Good North Tarragona St.lSjanim'(at public outcry for cash to tha highest i E.: G. SEWELLPhone

ft' ,ah Address P. O. Box 353.janlm Room :J, 'Old 'Armory' Hall. Sat- lime rock quarry on premises For 'I' and best bidder' iu front of the ,

urday morning, 18jan3t further particulars: address Mrs. U ROOMS 10 RENT with or without[I County Court House in the City of 614. V

W-\-ITED.-The public to know- -that WANTED.-Quick, reliable colored Wiselo le, Marianna, Fla. UJanlm_ D. HALE WILSON 3 CO. boar4. 22E. Garden. ISjanlm i I Pensacola 'Florida, during ,the legal

tie :\Ia'u Printing Co. has Just se- boy, of good appearance for office FOR SALE.-Pecan trees; all 's.zes.; FOR, RDVT.:'-Two' wen furnished( hours of sale, the following described

curd a large contract for printing boj: App'y! 11 W. Intendencia St., after from extra fine paper shell seed. W. REAL ESTATE, rooms. Southern exposure convent I I'real property: situated. lying and Stateof being Marine Co.
in of Escambia. Grocery
I, the county
ror the government Our prices are 730. 16jan E. Acosta. 14Jan ently located, near hotel and boardinghouses '! V
Florida to-wit The south half of
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RENTS .AND LOANS
ight and our work better 12jan Reasonable rates. 302 N.
WANTED.-Men and boys wanted to FOR SALE.-Grocery store and meat Spring street. 17janlw the northweet quarter and the northwest 604, 606, 603, 610 S. Palafox St. I
\XTED.-The public to know that earn $5 to $8 'day after completing I market attached business quarter of northwest quarter of I

old newspapers can be bought at course of practical instruction at homeor reason for selling on; account of good going; We' ,have: 'the following' very desirable ONE doable furnished room with Section twelve ((12)) in Township five' Phone 725.

tai! office for five cents a bundle. They in our schools. Graduates admit north, owner does not want. to stay pieces of property on our "For board. Hot and cold bath and use North, Range thirty-one west. Jno. B.'I''I V. J. YIDAL Manager.THE .

.<.f all clean and nice.NTED.EleetrIc ted to union.....Positiona secured. Coyne south. Address I. M, care Journal. Sale" list: of telephone. Phone S65_or apply 415 Jons, Special Master. I ,
Bros. Co. Practical Schools Plumbingand I W..Gregory street. 16janlw 4janoaw4w.
\\ :\ work of all kind luau FOR: SALE.
HOME OF GOOD
Bricklaying. New York. Chicago I THINGS TO
L.H us clean your fans. resair jour I Cincinnati St. Louis. cata % block withni. e lot of fruit trees, FURNISHED room for rent
Free light
drnemo (lo jour wiring etc. Pa';'nan and FOR SALE.-Full blood Barred Ply and under fence. New City.$1,500 ; no EAT.
housekeeping 111 W. Chase St. Professional
;- Pensacola: Electris Co. 2C5 S.I log. mouth Reck. White Rock Fisher V % block best part of East Hill-I Directory Just Received: V

BaylcnAXTED. WANTED.-Laborers Streign and Brown Leghorn Fowels very cheao. 1 WASJTEJ).-A few boarders at 212 W. Halibut Chunks Halibut Quick Lunch V
on EquipmentBuilding
\\ ,- First-class registered at r\avy.'Yard. Good wages Eggs per setting of ((15) 100. For Best building location overlooking Gregory. New hour, good neigh THOS. PEBLEY, 50 kits of fancy Mackerel. $1.25 per
druggist and pharmacist wants position further information address; Plymouth Bavou Texar. '200x137% ft......$1,500 borhood and 'on car line. 12janlm kit.
and steady work to right men. LAW REAL: ESTATE. LOANS AND
Rock J. J.
Poultry Farm. Pope Prop.
in West Florida permanent ormporary. Good 5 ruom house. W. Jackson. < COLLECTIONS. 50 kits Salmon. $1.25 per kit.
13Janlw
Address F. Z., care Journal L. Box 8, Bristol, Fla, TJanlm street.. .. .. .-; .. ..........$850 BRIGGS HOUSEt Wnght street, just PALAFOX AND ROMANA. 50 kits halibut fins, $1.25 per kit
3jan. WANTED-Men everywhere; good *2 block In New City, near Stoddart west of Union Depot. Nice comfortable PHONE 559. 50 kits of Cod Tongues and Sounds
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pay-pass circulars tack signs- FOR SALE.-Barred Plymouth Rock place. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ,$1500 rooms Rates per day 50c; $1.25 per kit. UIBloaters
SECOND HAND CLOTHING WANT- no canvassing; steady, Continental Cockerels from prize uhmers, $1.00 Number of g OI.Tenting houses that rooms per 'week $2.50 up. 12jan2w Milkers and Roes Herring. V
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DD-Hlsl'tst price paid for gent'siothtng Distributing Co, Chicago. 12janlw* up. Large well marked good blood will net 10 per cent. Codfish. Pickled Salmon. Dill Pickles, ,
,' .xjuh Also seil second hand Also some good pulI its. Mrs Lizzie 120 feet by 80 feet corner Romana NICELY FURNISHED' ROOMS suit C. YAEGER German Sauer Krout V V

?oodso. 9 E. Intendencia. I WANTED-Young man as stenographer B, Hughes Chipley, Fla. Sldeclm and Alcanie.! Excellent location for able 'for light! housekeeping All Pigs Feet In kits. $1.00.

KODAKERS get Kauffman's pricesfor and to-assist'in office work. Give warehouse.Houses" now renting regularly modern .:onv nfences.. Apply 810 E. ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. Manewal and Lange's Fruit Cake. -'

/eloping and finishing. Best references and state salary. expected. FOR fronting SALE.400-South feet on half 13th block street 211.by for $24tper .month.........$2500 Gadsden. : 9janlm_ Rooms. 202 and 204 Thiesen BId National Biscuit Co's Fruit Cake 25o,
Address P. O. Box 174, Pensacola, per pound.
ana cheapest. .in city. Romana ISdeelm and Fla ,, 10ja '. IOn! feet on Bay ,jew Park: also Will! lend, a reasonable' amount of NICE,'FURNISHED: ROOMS: for rent. PHONE 332. We handle the celebrated blends of
Pa.afor. south half of block 212, fronting. 400 at lowest interest Newly furnished clean and nice, toffee; roasted by the Gulf City Coffee '
JOB PRINTING of all kinds wantedby WANTED- Tnrfe or tour good-sized feet on 14L1 St., by 137% feet. on Bay I money' n arket rate of near postoffice. Apply at 128% E. Co, H. P. Chipman. Manager. V

the Maye Printing Co. 24 W. carrier boys..V Apply to C. F. Stew- View Park. The only property adjoining on V any of the above.V Government street, Mrs.V B. 1!. TraIner. Dr.S. Oaxaca, 35c lb, Gold Standard, 25c:
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Government pnone 181. Only.the art, JournIffic e. < Bay View Park that, is now 'for 30 V Palafox, StPnop 7j sale. The beautiful view down the 'IT'
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best of work. IdeeW e ,234. over D'Alenibcrte'a Drug Store Rio. 20c lbStrictly V
Any inteIIigenterson may earn a bayou and down the bay can never be V PLEASANT place in board on,N. Hill Office Hoars-9'20: a. m., to 6 p. m. fresh roasted and as goal
\NTED.-Hauling and transfer a good income corresponding for obstructed. A. V. Clubbg. SOjlyAUTOMOBILES. 2nd door from Vcar: line on Strong' Phones 274 and 109. V as any Coffee sold in this city.
work. Office phone 363; residence rewspappia; BO canvassing; exp r:- I street. 'For particulars address No. 8, Send us your orders and we will de V
pboiitf 390. Acosta & White. 22 23 N. erce nne esury. Send 'for particu .-I am agent for the Journal l:_ V *" 6janlni Ever proMPtly. '
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Tarragona: St. 25mar. lars.' Northern Press Syndicate, Pope Mfg.Co. and can sell you autos I Lands V
Lockport. N: Y. V SnoyBmos from $500.00 up. They cost less than Timber Old newspapers' "at-gve'cents bundleat G. YATES M. D. -, -- --
WANTED.-Second hand oat this'offi. They are all clean
corn horses to keep up. They can be run I .
and cotton seed meal sacks. Out of WANTED.-:'Men to learn barber trade. In ,sand or anywhere a horse can go d 1FoFSale and'nice.. ,: Safes! Safes! Safes!

town shipments E !1cited. Write us. Our facilities, :cannot be equaled. Leslie E. Brooks. S OPTICIAN
F S. Mellen: & Co._2Qmar. Steady practice. 'careful instructions, V FURNISHED' ROOMS:-Fine 'l location Buy Diehold Safes!

-WAN TED- -.-Ths! Merchants TransferCo. tools diplomas and 'positions! waiting, FOR SALE-One fine display case; I Splendid, view of bay. 414 South 306 THIESEN BUIWINCDIRECTORY

ants your moving and baullns. money earned from start, big wages to 21 feet long, 8 feet high and 3 feat Alcaniz. : V Dec.29NICE'KURNlfeHED Scarritt Moreno
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Ail breakage guaranteed. T. B. Tnor- graduates,- just 'the season to begin. wide Suitable for almost any kindof ,
'en. Prop, Phone 978. ISjunela. Particulars mailed free. Moler Barber busIness. Apply to E. L, Reese"I I ROOM two blocks
;5' Jan. from Palafox St., 211 West Govern agent.
Orleans. La.
= College Nsw
COOK Experienced chef (colored) I We have them. Several splendid. ment. Phone 893.; Inquire 8 to 12.
is open for engagement to go south 14Janl large and small locations. forenoon. ..
FOR SALE.-A block situated .on i turpentine 21declm Pensacola Lodge, No 3, K.... of P. --
Tan Florida preferred; references. WANTED.-100 laborers wages $1.50 North Hill, between Baylen and Saw Mills and Saw mill locations. r 7:30
Address by letter, J. C. B., 9 Grannie per day. Apply, factory of Goulding Spring streets; .for particulars and I Some excellent bargains in large FOUR NICELY FURNISHED or un- o'clock meet every at their Monday temporary evening Castle at Hall i, Brosnaham.Dotson&Co.

pi, Boston._19declm. Fertilizer Co. 14jan price_ address P. O. Box, No.' 412. and .small traits of round and boxed furpished rooms; can also use for over Pou stable W. Intend ncia fae. I Boilar Makers, Machinistsand

Ki\U & irUAL. contracting painters timber lands. light, housekeeping.' Inquire at 501 Visiting brethren cordially welcomed. Founders.
acd decorators Fine varnishing JUST RECEIVED-Large shipment Large tracts of Mississippi Delta West Chase ttreet or, phone 323. J. A. KIRKPATRICK. C. c.
MiscellaneousTHE Olive Oil. Retail and' Hardwood lands. 27 de Steamship and Mill Supplies.Affltt '
by
pint,
ana fctlshing imported : ;
sign painting t"
a spe- H. HORSLER. K. of R. &: S Plum 519. Corla Street Wharf
f'!m:. Residence phone 249. 29aug. gallon or larger quantity. O..1doraslo Splendid list of valuable propertyand V Residence Phone'J63 Pensacola. .Llond
NICELY
;' DAVJS'MANUFACTURIG CO & Co ship chandlers ana' grocers,' 701 fine location: for a Co'ony! or Stock FURNISHED bef'room., con- Ratnbone Lodge 'No. All Work has Our Personal Attention, V
WANTED.-All keepers or poultry to wholesale and retail manufacturersand South'PalaIox.. V V 4ocL Farm iu: South East GeorgiLSome' venlently. located; privilege of bath, '
feed wheat It is the cheapest feed dealers' In cotton mattresses and .____ ._ __:- V _._ of the choicest! residence gas. phone Apply 126 W. Garden St. : 30. K. of P., meets every 8:00 I -- ----
at
because It makes hens lay. F. S. Secoid hand furniture FOR SALE.-Only 4 young, Boar pigs places in the beautiful little 'city of 3jan2w. Thursday evening
bed springs. V _ _ _ t.WtjXVIPt o'clock their temporary
Mellen & Co sired by Duke of Florida 6892S Pensacola St. Andrews and
Phone 334 out
and DeFuniak Fla. and in Milton '
bought and sold Upholstering rp.- Lee. of Baltimore. Springs : WANTED.-A f!w boardesprivate Castle. HalL over Pou stable I, ,
WANTED,-All kinds of electrical pairing a specialty.! 114 E. BelmontSt. of Orphan with 58544 Fla.' family;: nicely furnished rooms, with W. Intendencia str* et :
guaranteed registrations '
work. I sell all kinds clo' C. T."Darts, Mgr. All and Oar prices and :terms are reason -1, Gulf Co.
of electrical V pedegrees. Carl' ,Setterlin Ittterles and; other electrical supplies. 17janlm 26nov. to railroad shops and on 'car line. welcomed!
When you need me ring 345 or 955. DRAYMAN'S ASSOCIATION.If Cal on or write to I -us. Apply 401 E.,GregorySisnlm J: D'KIRK, C. C. STEAMER TARPONW.

E. W Peake, new Star Laundry building good drayman FOR SALE.-Nice, clean newspapers C. J. LEVY. K. of K. &'S.Knlghti !.
E. Garden. ISdec you want .a ring for sale. Only 5c a bundle. They US'iLJRNlSHED-Large front room C. 3ARROVV Matter.FIRST V
953 Dra.ulen' stand, corner Palafox fronting to south and west.* Good of Columbus.VV .CLAfc PASSJSNOKU V V
WANTED,-A. R. Blngham want Zarragossa. We will haul bag make: good wrapping paper, and are AND
and light and central location. Apply 12 Meetings of the FREIGHT( bEHVlCEPENSACOtA.
thing to
your moving and hauling. He guai* gage and furniture at the same rate just the put under.matUn'i.RUBBER. .-;, :TURNER AYMARD N. Palafox; St,.or phone 65. 2Janlm* Knights of Columbus etwv'll-

antees all breakage Phone 630. and also any other.. hauling We will STAMPS- ; &reheldat their hal, MOBILE. APALACHW ,

COURT hOUSE DYEING, Pressingand haul any load that, 099 man can han 15c per line of 3 inches. FOR RENT. -Furnished rooms for 1'0.8. .West Intendec- COLA, CARRABCLLe. ST. ANDREWS .
Cleaning Club. 118 N Palafox dIe without any help within one mild DAVIS NOVELTY WORKS Real Estate and rent witlt or' without board. No cia .street, on every MltLVlttE.

St Mrs. T. J. Davis Prop. Your patronage for the regular price. We are reliable Pho.\: 1222. 118 N. Palajox.! Abstract Company, light housekeeping.. V Apply- 310 West Monday evening at And all point on St Andrews Bay.
solicited; satisfaction guaranteed draymen and we are responsible. You can Order by :4a1l1lsnov. Gregory. IGdeclm 7,3,0, o'clockA.a In. Carr bclle and ApaiaUilcola.SCHEDULE : .
Careful attention given ladies' We are, .n the business-!! and are hera BAY JflTEL.-Op n night and V vjUtion .is extendedto 1).
P. O Box I 115 I DeFuniak! Springs Florida day.
garments. Phone 1222:!. Sdeclm to stay. You can find us from'six. to V European plaa. Rooms light and visiting Knights. V V Leave Fersacola Sunday. 8:30 'p
six. FOR SALE OR RENT-New, modern. clean: Transient -trade JOHN .B. ,JONES. I m. for Mobile. Ala.
WANTED solicited
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-Everybody to take dinnerat 21declm J. BELL Mgr. two-story. six.room house, East Hill, V &75-579.tS. Palafox. Jas. S. ED I. FOX. Grand Knight Leave Pensacola. Tuesda>. 1:30 p. 1
V V V
.._ :. the Southern Hotel) Sdec near cars. A. C. Binklay. jan V $25 REWARD Prop. Nicolau Recorder.V V I II m. for St. Andrews MlllvUle. Ap*. V V VrV V
V I jacnicola Carrabelle and intermediate
QCTCK CUT (FLOWERS.-Patterson's Rose- V V
kinds solicited DELIVERY; moving-Hauling of furniturea of all mount Gardens,of Montgomery, has II FOR: : SALE-One No :3 A Eastman PARK HOTEL.-Opposite Plaza. Pensacola todge: No.:4,.I. O. O. F. : points.'S V
an ta Pensacola folding pocket kodak; a bargain Ap. Rooms with or without Pensacola 1 I For additional izfo-matlon: apply t J
special ). East Hill Transfer Co. placed agency represented board Short : Lodge No.! .. O. O. P., J. R. SAUNDJRS.E
Residence Phone 454 office Phone I by Mi s Bertie Smith. 616 N. ply to E. L. Reese, 121 S V.;S Palafox ord?rg and regular"! meals served In meets every Thursday !eveamf: at ;::j COBB. President,
R.
818 ; Barcelona. Orders promptly filled for r street. V ,6Jan cafe Rooms overlook bay. 16dec.I at the new hall on West Garden: .
I FrL and Pass.
V __ 14janlm I roses carnations and all kinds of other' strctt VisiMng V brethren 'cordially Gen Age. V
WANTED. Ii FOR SALE.-One choice block on top .. Pensacola. Kla.
I'I'I
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-By experienced male ste- cut flowers. Phone 851. lOdec I --- invited. E., GREENBLATT, ,
of the n-lse east of the eljctric!
nofraphor a permanent position. Ad. I f JVtLLEecretarT.)
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dress 123. care Journal. 14Janlw TAILORING< L. Diamond, Tailor. railway between 7th and Sth streets,I Educational ---- .- -..--- -
clothing and I r Nautre has favored this section and
Gents' cleaned, pressed : REBEKAH SISTERS..
\luilC._
abort notice. No. 11 2' cannot be duplicated. A, V. Jtl : Afttr- the' "Holidays" I will '
repaired on Naomi Lodge No. 10, Rebekah Sisters
Money to Loan.mEy West Government St. Pensacola. Fla. Victor: records 35c and 6Qc Call on actept a limited number of pupilson meets every- Monday V night atI
Instruments
I followinj
Idee our agent or write, Metropolitan Cello the! Claria-t-and brass: Violin 8 o'clock In I. '0: 0: F. HalL Visit i ., Every Day a
instruments
TO LOAN.-On real estate or SAILMAKER. Talking Machine Co., Jacksonville. except" slide; trombone. ing sisters cordfally: invited to be pes-
Will I
other sufficient security by. applj.s J., H. PORTER: aailnuker.! 716, South : Fla. rents wanted Udeclw1 teach',at pupils: residsnces. Music fur. cnt MRS S:'DeTHA YER.,

to Tbos Pebley cor. Palafox and 'Palafox .street. Orders taken for FOR SALE OR RENT. Two lighters; I niched for
Romina V up stairs_17noy-J. tents awnings, camp, stools and- house one with capacity to:' 75 tf-oaiaud. : Pbase leaje{ orders at the V, M. E. B A. No, .31.. meets first and

MONEY TO LEND-On good rearea-I cots. etc.- Prices',re onable. 3ljan. lumber" ; the other thirty thousand ca j Clutter Music:: House, or at"mjr per.manent third Wednesday evening at 7.30 p.1!

tate security, or on good collateral pacity. T.'utrs reasonable,V Telephone!l I aidre s. Navy Yard. Pensv m.. Ra2ord Hall,No .10, West Inten '
it lowest rates. Leslie E. Brooks I LOSf .or write J. 'A. Chaffin & 5 Co.. Mflton' cola.; Fla V P F. Balers, Bandmaster, fiencia street VV V .. wkere SUCTCM

Fiiiie_!. building. 21Jan: : I Fla. V V .Sldeplm, WARRANT for the 'arrest of" tais wo U4VLN5TYC I V' .A. G, FELL.. Pre V Horse Feed ..,iu-ia ..-
man. V I J. L. SWEENEY.. Sec.-
MONEY LOANED on any ana all I'STRAYED OR SJOLENrBlack.setteridog FOR SALE Beautiful tlock in New Wire sheriff at :DeFuniak Springs ----.- . ti'aucJ production.; Not
kinds of personal : RP- City. ,Tract No. 312. For cash C0I.Apply .
property. payable ans"er "Pan" ) $ : .
to name
; RENT O. VLire /.
Florida: 12500 reward for._ the child FOR Wj few weet.
for day
weekly or montmy. When you need to A. M. McMillan. Ccort'Houaa. ; a or,
turn to 211 Cerjrautfes or phone Fisher Monroe Douglas, This woman.Fiorencs Oak Camp No. *!, W. O. W..
money, see me. J, A Wilson, 22H W.' 17jan2t* ,lang I for Jar ot t1.ywthisfccdwdlmantai.
reward. | l ut
wernment 850 and receive Wood kidnappedhlD from FOR RENTA, newly papered aixI meets in Prthiaa .Hall .lsf.and 3-J > every
street Salisbury building: l (
rOOm 7. Jde3MONE 1 LOST,-Saturday purse' containing) NORMANS PILLS"-Just re 6lved Freeport Fla.: on the night of September I room .cottage nfo-Hocks east of L. Wednesdays in ,each mont&: Visiting *

money, bills and papers. Owner I 55.600 Compound Cathartic. For 6th. 1905 The child is 6 years oli,|. & ,N\ depot on car Im Apply J. 11, sovereigns cordially invited. Lone in tflcudiA worliaf -
\ LOANED on all kinds of Ptl-I name inside. Reward for return to I sale! at. The Alligator and West End! fair' skin light hair, has upper fore-j Williams, or phoud.Ui. 18janb' F. .\. BOGHICH",V C. a a
local property on short I ___ E. BROOKS.. Cl-rk. l vi, "
Journal office 16Jan Saloons. ISnoylm. teeth rotted off; very plump weight' LESLIE capacity an< or.
Terms easy. J. W Bullard upstair* V about 50 pounds; very bright child.; FORUENTi..-Elegant two story storeroom ,{ 'L5oW1NTHISCITVY
"'/j South Palafox St.,; Phone 1144 FOR SALE.-10 room house corner Expenses paid both ways delivering in new, Star Uaundry building. W. O. W. C.. Oak Grove. No. 4, V
S I lot, 3 blocks from Palafox. lot 96z
Snor round Garden Street Apply Walker In- Circle laat Thursdayof
meets
V child lo DeFuniak Springs Fla., In addition I E.. Woodmen >
192 Hoe For
on :&* particular: ID"quire Star Laundp. % month at 3.20' m. 2d floor
to the $25 reward.H. graham. : each p. V.
0 3 NLIMITED a11! kinds amount of personal or money property to loan FOUND.Brooli.can 1 have of Standard Clothing' Co. 4t jai A. DOUGLAS. I A.. R. BINGH){ has utorage room for Pythian Hall over'Pou's stable on In- F. S. MELLEN & CO.., '

t tcal:! rates to business men on large same by _prqv1ng property and pa- FOR SA LE--i.nee. clean, old newspm- Father of the chIld] feat V suitable for furniture or other::1 1I tendencla street Visiting 'soverelscordially PrDsaeola, Flu*. V
Jc 3.fl s The New York Loan Co. 204&Palafox. ing for this notice .\Vpplv at Hotel pers at five cents a bundle.: ThU of- V DeFuniak Springs, Fla..71aliu I goodI1b1kflcF 106'*South Taffifeona' invited.' "Mrs. %V. A. Smith, .... 'VS V
V 1ian.tt c V Mrs. M..B..Dlscu guardian. -
loath Escambia S I St. Phoae'fi31! VV V 30no clerk; -



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I.t" t-'. : We Believe That 'ANNUAL REPORT SP'L' TRAIN :FOR ;iintI ,.McMillan BrOS., Uanotactorers t r I.tB1odMoney"s. A ,wife" sometimes" But shrinks. Bread from Money.life insurance. because-


: : improperly' : Imagines it gives, her. an interest in her
Stylish andReliable ; husband's-, death. .Not so. ,

UF' CHIEF I ISCHAU KNIGHT5OFPYTIIIAS Life'Assurance, Provides for the Family,

t. when, ,by 'reason of old age or death the bread winner

I ........ .... -..... ,,>-#' pan,no longer provide for them. Better insure in the
Clothing Equitable to-day.
'MOPlLE, ALABAMA. .

T Ins r.ane Knowies'.Bros Gen'! A ts

: Costs Less L 'Il ? 1 A MARKETS Fire. ,Life: Pensacola I

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I11 I/cJTh .
;: Here I Was Submitted to the Board of 'Who Will Leave Here Jo-nlght for k' ,, = -' -- --

.j : Public Safety Last Night at I Milton to Attend, ,District Savainah-'GL Naval, Jan.Stores.17,-The naval I E i>3JjC .jtniJljr.Jtos8X': 3 WmJ ;::s:. ==
: stores market cJossd! today as follows:. :PENSAOOLA
i ; Than anywhere elseandherej Its Meeting. Meeting.The I A bracer, WW .. ..5 .. .. .. ,. ..610 '
F the point to' that, 'vt,6' 00 i J.\ Iron Works 'and'SUIy' Co. \

-.' It. added to the "Old Reliaable's" I? nerve re- jJ! N .. .. .. ... .. .. .. .. .. ..5 70 i ,
; t- own life-long reputation I storer and strengthener M .. .. .... .. .. .. .. .. ..5 15 > 'Manufacturers and Repairers of 2S
. J i' for safeguarding its The regular semi-monthly meeting of district meeting.the Knightsof I K ... .. .. .. :. .. .. .. .. ..4 90 MACHINERY AND BOILERS ?
; customers you can also the Board of Public Safety was held Pythias lodges of this district.: All men need it. I .. ,. '0 ., .. .. .. .. .. ..435 5 FORGINGS MILL" AND' STEAMSHIP SUPPLIES
!t' trust to the safety that is I last night at, the city hall when rout'ne the- : which will be held in, Milton this evem1I ;, 'Tones up the system, and H.. .. .. .... .. .. .. .. ....3 822 .1 ."-" STEAMSHIP, REPAIRS A SPECIALTY 3
found numbers, for this business witransacted and .. .. .. .. ..362>, a
ot G. .. .. .
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clocK. ba ; '
I at 3 promises to one "
of Chief Seaad showing the ing o impartsginger' and life. fi ,Prompt attention given!: to all orders. day or sight Ajenti C
has report
I store undoubtedly :
.. .. .. .. ....3 57%
I the most interesting: and largely at,' F. .. .. McKay & Co./. celebrated Log And Timber
work of the du* : for James Dogs aUa
police
department < <
than l
; more customers any tended meetings of its kind in the' district. -I ALL GOOD IDLERS SELL IT"B&B" E ._ .. .. .. ... .. .. .. .. ..3 52Vi 5 Chains! all% descriptions.
other store in West Flori ing the year of 1905 was submitted and D.. ... .. .. .. .. .. .. ... .3 47%. I 123. PHiL' ,
OfficePhon. WITTMAN ,.
Mg'
: da. Raincoats $12.00 to read. Those present at the meeting The soacial train chartered for the I I Atlanta C.. ... .. .. .. .. .. .. ..3 42fc $%8.00; Suits $10.00 to were Chairman: Ingraham Mayor Bliss ". cents.1 : I
65
$%:.50; Shoes $%.50 to and Messrs. McGaughey and White. occasion will leave the union depot I I -.4 Spirits Turpentine s x j aa3a 3ttr sxssttxnisttxn
$6.5() absolutely the After the routine business had been promptly at 7 o'clock and will return ... -
highest in quality for the transacted Chief Bicker reported that immediately upon the adjournment 'of I AUSLEY & CO.'S REPORTS riA.LONGER, -
he bad received the 1,500 feet of hoe the meeting. All Py.hians_are-invited i Liverpool) Cotton Market. .
money. ordered, had tested the same and thatit to make the trip and. requested to beat I KING&RUNYANAgents Close ......... ..... .... ..."..... .. .".....

was satisfactory. Upon his recommendation the depot promptly.: The Century'I for the Ja n.Feb....................................6.1' .
the bill was ordered paid. delegation will join the Pensacola dei- Feb.-Mar......................-.............6.15 I .
The matter of the city treasurer Is- egation here, and proceed to Miltonon Wolverine Marine M r-April.................................6.W! !
suing a license to' the Gypsy fortune the'F- K-'CiaI. The. meetingrwill be EngineAlso April.M y ..................................6.21 .. .
and ... ...... ............... *
The John White Store tellers in the addressed by prominent Pythians lUyJuao....,.... 8-2 .
. now city was discussed. important matters relating/ -to the order I June-July.:.;..:...................._......6-5: '
The license had been issued for th3 will be discussed and'acted upon. The JulyAugust.AatfHst ..-........................... <.:!* 'I BUS1NE DA Y !
.. 4f9oiall la Men's Wear. entire troupe at $25 per week, and: District Deputy Grand Chancellor RacycleWe -@ept: mber .........................".19 I' '
' the board construed the law as meaning -I September-October ............ ............... 1
2O5-2O7 S. Palatox Street. $2a for oach one. The mayor was Scott: AI. Loftin urges that all Pyth- 'carry a Full Line of October-NoTeniber ................. '........... ., .
[ Phone 225. requested to correspond with the ians who: can attend do PO and assistin November- mber .................. ....... .. 'Is ''tije: ,result of having your store brilliantly lighted. .
J : treasurer and instruct him, after con- making the meeting! success.. General .Sporting Goods December-January ........ ................... : nsla:- d out consequently .. :
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: y7 with tha to Hpow 6S '
sulting city attonej, not liirerpool
506 S. p.aox! St., :
i' More Business and. Moro Profits.
VERDICT YET RENDERED
issue license of this character again NO Bales 10,0.0- .
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,without consulting the city attorney. IN' BIG. DAMAGE SUIT ,.. ; !
;: : ; Brjght the best sort of
. : A GENTLEMAN'S TASTE IS BEST lights are advertisinge. wmt:
Elliott
The resignation of McCloskeyfrom New York CttonMrketOje.s .
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:. t SUITED .WITH" ACERTIFIED the police department was read No verdict had been rendered up to SHiPPING '. Higa -Low'. CoseJ : t 5-; .''.ta.talk..toprogr. s v' ''merchants; about this C light question. ..

and accepted.Thq the adjournment of court,last night in NEWS &a..... 11.Ci 11.<<4 lU5. 11.45 : .:
I CHECK5c committee to investigate the the case of the relatives i of Herbert February.-; .. ..... ..... ...... .. .- -' -- 4i
I question of whether or not the Street Forney ,*s_ the_ Florida Navai' Stores March.......,.....11.76' 11.82 11.62; 11.63 .,: -
Railway Company had the right to Company. This suit ,was, placed on April.......' :
5c CIGAR. trial Tuesday morning #nd. was' not Arrived. May..1187 11.9'J' 1K2 1l.::! i Pensacola Ga Company
All, the qualities of flavor.aroma compel not officers with helmets and firemen and in uniformbut to completed until yesterday* afternoon Venus, Br ss. Edmunds, 2017, West .JQDe.............. ...;. ..... ..... ..... i. :
I' color and gooa' material caps the July..........,....11.92 1197 1172; UAngnat .': Phone 148." 24 and 27 E. Garden Street.
when the listened to' Hartlepool. ,
pay fare .\ ked for further time which Jury argu- .......... .... ..... :
embodied In 1L
was granted. menti of the .attorneys and the charg) Eretria Br ss, Mujcany. 2255. September.. : .......,.. ................t.............. ....:
i Greenhut & Co. The question of purchasing new ladders of the,court. The s1lt.Is. for $j;000. Sharpness_ October...;;....
for the fire department and horses When court adjourned about 10 Casanova Ital bk.. Avegno 1069: ,' Novltmber..I.... ..
{ DISTRIBUTORS for truck No..4, was referred to a committee o'clock the jury had not arrived at a Genoa. December.... .... ..
. i> PENSACOLA. FLORIDA. composed of Messrs. Oliver, verdict' 'and was instructed,,, shouldone Cleared. NewTork'Spots.I3.10 ....... ........" ... ......... ".. ....ti 2w 2ti
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Whits and the major. be decided upon to allt.up'and Cragside,' Br ss Kendall, 190S for New Orleans spots,It 11-16.
. Chief Schad's Annual Report. present it to the court this morning. Hamburg with bunker1 coal. tiir

Morris Dannheisser The annual report of Chief Schad., Soares da Costa Port bk, Mortoni, Chicago Grain Market i AUSLEY { COMPANY !
showing the number arrests during I MANY FIRES HAVE 604, for Oporto, with. 350,273 s ft lum Wheat ; irU'
: (Formerly Dannheisser Bros.) 1905 the fines, collections and the officers OCCURRED AT MILTON ber. Open High Low ,Close U'p.
f Pure Old Rye and Bourbon, Fine making the arrests was thsn: Rosa: Ital bk. Serra. 616. for Tra- May- .......885* 85 W S73 4 W% .
Wines, Beer and Tobacco. read. The report was commented I Many fires have occurred at. Milton panl with 307.400 'a' ft lumber. 6C.252 Ju.i3'.8'/s r. W/i !84',; Mj; : ; COMMISSION BROKERS{ i p.U12'
the ; Information s ft sawn timber, 49,302 pcs oak
upon favorably by members of the aD;} Bagdad recently according to ,
Old Hickory Whiskey Specialty board, It being stated that for the received in Pensacola, and staves. ;.... Corn. i
12 W. Zarragossa: Street I It small number of men at work the ser- at least one of teem is"thought to be, *"' 11 'WEST INTENDENCIA STREET PENSACOLA FLA.
'. VESSELS ilK+.PORT. Open High Low ClooIebr..4 i
t;: PENSCAOLA. FLORIDA.I vice rendered was excellent and the of incendiary origin : .
s. 'dbi (5 &iJnly tn-
work mast Monday' the home of J. W. Slndorf Stsanifllp _
commendable. *
The report .
_........45,4 *% *>K <5>, '
showed that during ,the year fin-s to at Bagdad was destroyed. The owner ,Antiqua Br ss Witten '1875, Vera Wires H. Y.t N. 0 and
: Florida and Alabama the amount of 24538.75 had been assessed lest most everything he poseesed! ,.and Cruz to master. 'L' Ausley & Co.'s Daily .Cotton .Letter.. I I" Private ,. .Chicago.COnONSTOCKSGRAINPROVISIONSandBONDS. : I!:
and that of this amount. in- carried but little insurance Auguste Aust ss. Hreglich 1777,,
1 LAND COMPANY eluding pound fees there had been collected Tuesday the barn of John B., Ellisat New Orleans Gulf Transit Co New York, Jan. 17.-A few years i
$16,55490 Th, total arrests Milton was destroyed and five Gamma Dutch ss*,.Teensama 1335; ago, on a crop of practically eleven mil. : ; ,
: Manufacturers off numbered 5,58&, of which there were horses cremated. ,On the same 'day West Hartlepool to .order. lion bales, the south's great productwas ,
. and Dealers in 2,065 white and 3,524 colored. The the restaurant of Margin Patterson Nyassa. Br ss. Baker 1786 Vera selling under 5 cents ,
pound Sold Investment.
and
per or
on Margin
LUMBER, SAWED CYPRESS SHIN cases were disposed of by 4,349 being near the ""afepot, was also destrojed by Cruz to F. O. .jlow :&'Company.Secimda. i Bought: : 013a
GLES AND KILN-DRIED SAP. fire. It is believed that the of and only five an estimate by .
ago
found guilty, 369 discharged 187 sent firing .Br ss. JDonnelson, 1309, years .; .
I,. ...--. to the criminal court, 72 sentences the incendiaries.Will latter building. was 'the- work ot' Tenereiffe'to The Wi: S. Keyser Co. government of a crop of 10300.000 i Reference,.: First' National,inj Peoples! Blnks. Phone 11 73 t 1:
suspended and 12 cases continued : Tertla, Ger ss,, Martinson. 1396. .:Las broke 'the contract market over one F
The reiort shows that the patrol Palmes. '. ., hundred points on the first quotation .................. 'O. .. t..... 1
4ruLLQT/ wagon responded to 2.781 calls, and Ask New Trla Queen Christina. prt. BraKe 2804, I'after its publication. Verily times do
r that 495 horses, <:rOws, hogs and goats New York. Jan 17.-Former JudgeW Hamburg, to OJ def: I change. '{he ceaseless'grind of events ----- -r-- --:- --- --- SII

cxpR5s were placed in pound and also that 93 M. K. Olcott, of :cougel 1 for Albert Vivina, SanssBusttuza; 1&83, ,Liverpool -havs lifted the sunny southland froma
dogs had been killed. T. Patrick will, on or about the first to Gulf Transit Co. position. of poverty to one of affluence C
This 'work was accomplished by a Monday pf February, make7 application Ships. [. and wealth. The southern farmer : ieTabEverything :
. i small for, tha day forte being composed for a new trial. 'The application will only 'a few years ago must needs Five g,
be based the : Avon Ital ebip Avegno, 1601,Genoa his children and perhaps his wife I
of a deputy marshal, six patrolmentwo on claImot'newJr) discovered put
}1' mounted men. one station keeper evidence. v to Rosasco Bros. in the cpQon; fields to make both endsi'I 1'S
t and one patrol driver while the night Elvira Port ship, Rodnques' 1488.. .meet; today his children are in school PoN oWl l :Up-to-Date. 1'a
Lisbon to ordar.
force Is composed of one captain nine and his family as well provided for as I
'.' i1QTL6QTS patrolmen, two mounted officers one Ruby, Nor ship, Erikson,. 1333 Lon any on Gods green earth. And the 14 Ease ,Government Street. 0
$00 4SOCHAS.BLUM&CO special officer one turnkey one station ,To break up don to Southern States Lumber Co. spinner;vrbo for years has ground the I .
PARLORS J. A. BILLINGSLEY
I' officer one patrol driver and one SRTTEQ1' a bad cold and elr .. I, lifeblood' out'xjf the people of the most Prop. [ 0C
S
stock catc er. prevent Pneumonia Armenia. Nor bk. Nielson 1168 fertile and beautiful; land in the world, 0fl
. The Record of Officers. the Bit. Treen to McKenzie Oerting & Co. sends out his mournfal cry over the
The record of the various membersof !. ters Is especially Bauffshire Ital bk, Marchese 888, land, 'Oh my poor employees," but he ..,.
tha department is shown In the re goO d. Genoa to master S never gate a thought, in the days gone fla
port. Some of these officers however, Start{ to-day. Duc' Cuiginl.[ Ital ,bk, Olivari, 1258. by, to the' little fellows toiling under STREAD THIS ADVERTISEMENT.
have been in the service for only a It ,also cures Genoa to order. the, hot southern sun that he and his

short period of time ,while others in ,.,' ", Poor Appetite Edna M. Smite ,Br bk, Rice. 736. family might enjoy all that wealth 1;
the tabulated statement have severed *, Heartburn, Leith to order ''could procure for them and now that
their connection! with the city. The -.' I Dyspepsia Kill Ena., Dan bk., Pedersen, 765 his, power is gone forever, now that the t
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number of arrestg each officer made BahaiNumbers.. I southern farmer and planter Is In a : fAMOU
during rite year is as ,follows: Costiveness Nor by;. Birkson, 1107 : position make the price for his own
C. F. Schad...,.................200 STOMACH Indigestion, Chilstlansand'to',.(..Zellus. : product, he comes whluingfor pity
4 517 AND 519 WZST BAY ST.. M. B. Frark... ...................213 5 Paollno. Ital"",.bk4) Lairaqua, 12S6. I on the :-oiploj'ees who have worked for OLD FASHIONED ,
JACKSONVILLE. FLA. Jos Fondebllla. .. .............205 QITTER or,Tr"WHICH Rotterdam to Rosasco Bros. starvation wages"for so' many jears '
William Ray ...................241 Providenia, }tal.bkOleese, 1185, I "Verily the mills of the Gods grind WHIAFUU SKIES.
F. D. Ab Qtt..2... --r-. Tonlo. Ital bk. Tpnlno, 1032. Genoa. l glowly but they grind exceedingly I

C. R. Barter, ....................129 Genoa to master. SPrtuio. I wen"
F. C. Benjamin..................405 ..,. Ital bk, Gibelli. 1212.; Ant I. Liverpool was about as expected this A LOGICAL APPEAL TO YOUR INTELLIGENCE.
W .B Burnham. .................338 werp. to order. i morning:, coming 6 points higher on -, !
I.I.Raincoats II. L. Brown.....................192 Soars da Costa; Port bk, Marnato. I spots .with} sales of 10,000 bales, while 1 QTS. We.belie*e.ANY MAN will guagehis of
F. S. Bobe,.. ....................110 SEEDS 604. Rio Janerto to H. Baars & Co. I futures wtre advanced 4 to 6 points "OLD 'RYE" Whiskey through intelligent regard for purchase his health.:
C. F. Bursmeyer................... 53: ban Venadis to order.Nor b1t, Pettersen Maran: with an active demand reported. Our OR -. \Vc K gow that ANY man is TOO intelligent to buy ini'E. -
W. H. Conners.. '.. ............ 63 'markets opened about unchanged but itation whiskey after he discovers he has been
J. A. Colvin, .. .. ............ 48 Schooners. covering oy geared shorts. on accountof 5, AFULLffQTS. .4'tricked.'' The crusade against adulterated articles
, C. D. Carlin...................... 21 Calumet. Am sch, Guptol, 1094 Bal- tbe"". increasing demand for spots,I ., of food aod drink has been so pronounced that the 'A
O. Collins ..........".............. 10, timore to order. 'carried prices ten points higaer. "OLDCORrT buyer lias learned the importance? of investigating
Winters in Pensacola H. J. Coburger. ................ soW D. 11. Rivers Am sch, Peck, .963, I AU the :advices obtainable show the THOROUGirtY before accepting the claim of any C
. furnish splendid weather T, Etheridge! ... ...........143: Guantanamo to order. I: same conditions prevailing everywhere WHISKEY I -dealer; We CHAII.KNGB investigation. You can't
: B. 11. Eatoq..l..S!, William II. Yerkes Am sch. Wade, buyers ready and willing to make concessions Express: Pre- be too critical to suit us. ,Our Famotu OldfashionedWhiskies
: for Ducks Doctors and W. 11. Fish i.1..,..... .. ........ 4W. SUCCEEDWhen 1211. Norfolk.An I and no-cotton to be had. The paid to any are far removed from the possibility of cntiism. -
Raincoats. C. Farinas. .. .. .. ...... 17 S I export demand is exceptionally heavy 1 1I I point SoUlh,in rea'd the Make.them They and are TRULY as pure AGED a. Nature's by TIME.own ingredients are MELLOW can
I J. H. Grtggs... ...........?....... 6 agreeable movement of the bowels I and Increasing} daily. What cotton Is: by Sou or PlLATABLt MEniCIXALlY PURE. No bou-.eholdsbould They be
prudent F. C. Humphrejs........ ........14Sl: without any unpleasant effect )Is I, left is in ;strong hands, the spinner i AdamalJDu witbgttt them Shipped in.plain unmarked packages.:. All
Every man
George Hall.,.......... ....._.. 11 produced by Chamberlain's Stomachand :with bare shelves and bare of the raw Banks tbflolue and re'iUtttlity Com Aenc1esandEsprei.Co..eu4orjcus.is a household."reL Remit by)Express Our'
: will buy a Raincoat so he John Ingram ....:.... ....y.......217! You Buy, Liver Tablets. ,For sale by all I material to fill them up what .then. is $3.40 1'.O Money Ordr or Exchange current in Atlanta.
; can get along without the S. J. Jones......... .............US: Get the Best. druggists. S ,there to do but "buy cotton?" I -A trial order imk** a tvertiianent' customer ___
Frank Kramer. ... ,...... ...... I ,
: 137;) ] What a contrast between now and a THE R. H. ROSE COMPANY, ATLANTA GA.
Doctor and his bill. A. E. Kelly'..................... 5tJ Ii's the Cheapest the End. CREW NOTICE. few,j'ears.agp. Then the price of cot-. ,
.\ L. Long:.?............ ......... 88 Notice is hereby given: ten going all to pieces on the prospects
A good Cravenette Mike M-irphr ...................148 I: a that neither the' owners, .of a ten and ,a quarter crop. today af-

Raincoat will turn the \V. M Maloney.. .. .. .. .. ... 4W. I captain not agents, of the .Her the greatest crop on record, fourteen .. .:1
. t H. ?Mjera ... ................ RIJ i British steamship Venus I million bales has only been re- --- '" --- --- -- -- ----
f cold rains and will prove E. McCloskey ..T...... ........ 11'' Landreth'sNew will be responsible for bills I rsntlj marketed, with a surplus left
' both a luxury and a Chas. Neel .. .................343 'contracted by the crew of said vesseL :over of Lear' a million and a quarter,
. i, M. Puhtell.. .... ....-....... .... 1*1 1I F..O. EDMUNDS. ;; i middling cotton is selling at 1%. cents WbnAWomajTJs
t t necessity. Geo Ix Parker.. ...........:........ 22; -5- 5 5 Master.,. and 'no sellers even at that price, and
...... ... .... ARTHUR.H.. BROWN& CO.. -
I F. J. F'rytz.o.; ; ...... 39Jas. the taut indkation of a crop under f
, $12.50 and $13.50 Reed..' ...........It.....169 Crop: ,Agents. ,. S ten and ,a half million sends values -DeprsQd
Louis Roarhe: .. .. .............199.. t soaring uqward, and the bear leaders
I Ed Spot'swood,. ...........:...142* M J.H.H'i..H"""-""..""' grit their.teeth! .ln unholy rage as they f:5tt.Vij IIu fjentbe2daches;aQ -"
These are the newest N. J.. Schmitz. .. ,.' .. .. ... ....:21SJ watch the accumulations. years. go & tel'1D&bU1tT to sleep a.om "Jaekor&ll-gono f
out received.'since Christmas J. R. Simmons., .. .............. -IOi Just Re eived. .Jr.. TERSELY TOLD '. Into th, pockets or the fanners and necL'arUyaoma; dire Z'a r.Dc:1'
I G. Socckinger. .. .......... 3 BUSINESS. LOCALs.a.N .- planters} of the outh If the
: C. H. Villar.. '.. .. .. .. .........26S1, "... 1 0 s Liver.
Frank: Wilde..,. .t................1091 **!* <1".". A Card. \ an to
. J. H. TValsh.. .. .............. 65J I McKlnzie Oerung 't Co., 'wholes*)* ThIs U to .certify that all druggistsare M to-day B your i fUl. bottle a
; W. C. Ward...................... 44 : I 1 tad reUti ship.chandlers and grocers. authorized to .refund your money '
C. \\.lliamll.p.! ............ 14 : W. A. D'Alemberte the only first-class' house oft k' if 'oeys! Honey and-Tar faIls.to cure JRBINE
H. 0. ANSON I. I, in,Pensacola. Fair "Jcea to alL' your:cough or cold. It stops the
I The Original Laxative Cough Svrup I cough, heals the lungs and. prevents and aurei resto the Li,., '
Is Kennedy's Laxative Honey and Tar. Druggist and pttlnipr,' C: v. THOMPSON: >ias Just epnd: a serious results from a coL; Cures U C I1f a. 0X5&flJtOu1e1rn .f0 0'S
l CASH CLOTHIER, It expels all cold from the system by,' Idi i, fresh line' of-beacilful: box ,papers, grippe cough and prevents pneumonia S WQiIW1 altar aak1q tbe liraL t
acting as a cathartic on the bowels.: Telephone I suitable for Christmas.presents. Also and .consumption. Contains no opiates ., '50 ;eta. ALL DRVCG1STS.
Pihfoi and Mais Kennedy's, laxative Honey and Tar is ,; crepe papers. ,Passepartout picture I The. genuine is in a yellow
Corner .121 Stall Pjlilu Slretl.
: i"It a' certain. safe and harmless cure for _: ,,, I Christmas cards substitutes. .
; ** II binding, 'puraiB.,.. .etc.19dec. package Refuse W. A. t. .. .
I colds, croup and whooping cough. j I Ss AI'lIler",' druggist and apothecary r ALL,..DEALERS.S .,
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