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Title: The Pensacola journal
Alternate Title: Daily journal
Alternate title: Pensacola news-journal
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Mayes & Co.
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
Creation Date: January 23, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
daily (except monday)[ former <1900-1905>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Ir Warm Wave is Breaking ,Through g ** Turret Ship Aquidaban Sunk in Three INEGROES WANr Senator Aldrich Predicts that 0'

CHICAGO IS TIED UP *' to

Country, Say Washington ** BY TERRIFIC--- STORM.' *%. Minutes as Result of Explosiop CONTEMPT I or the Other Will Be Presi{_

Advices.STATE if- By Associated Press. & dential Nominee.

Chicago, Jan. 3-,-\ severe *Vft Powder Magazine. .

storm of alternating rain, sleet :? .. t WHITE MAN \
and snow. which commenced 7..*
.> By Associated Press. She was built in England In 1885 at a Col. Meldrim t
OF FLORIDA just before midnight last night -V Narrowly y Escaped DODGED .
ihas Dio Janiero Jan.; 22: .-The Brazilan ccst of one million seven hundred QUESTION 1 .. .
of the
caused one tie,1
& this worst -i,. I. turret 'ship Aquidaban has been sunk and twenty-five thousand dollars Being Fined b by I Ih
ups cit} has known in Y Judge ,
:'at numbered
Fort Bacarehagua south of Rio The crew and officers
nnnears.;;. But fow telegraph V- rlRED I -
Janeiro ot three hundred and fifty men. When Asked if Roosevelt Would d I
as a result of the explosion :
a Feel! Cold Wave in All, Section i&* city wins tonight ere working out 'of the .:: power ma';azine. The ship sank In' -- I Emery Speer. z; ;,.
direction. \
Inside the city in telephone any communcation ,?I three minutes WOUNDED MEN REACH Accept t Third Term ,k r
ToDay.TOR ft It is reported that three hundred of I CITY OF RIO JANIERO I fI
is badly! crippled #
I the and that CALLED DOWN BY THE JUDGE tt
crew perished only one I
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ft an.l electric lines and street tfn1 Over One Hundred Leave Talladego '
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officer was saved Four rear adm-r-! I Rio 'e Janeiro Jan. 22-Tha cruiser t 71
ca-s are almost !of comm'ssion I AND ASKED TO SHOW CAUSE ARGUMENT
ou :; also perished on the vessel which has Barroso has arrived from Port \Hacare- r STARTED WHILE DISCUSSING +
$ '"1 WARNINGS ON WEST The elevated roads are 'ftV School When Demands
suffering still and'the 3 | been used for the accommodation of hagua with those injured by the ex- WHY HE SHOULD NOT BE are RAILROAD RATE LEGISLATION i
COAST AND FROM KEY WEST worse ;:a number of supernumerary officers p'osion on the Aquidaban which blew 'lf
:$- railroad are badly hampered S i and men attached to flotilla. (lop last night. :Nearly all the offic Mvere FINED BUT FINALLY ACCEPTED Refused. \ ALTHOUGH NO BILL t r. ,

TO NORFOLK-RAIN AND THUNDER ... The Aquia'abanwas 4950 tons dis- killed or injure t r %xiK k: f :C r ;:.c ;z K X cifi p'acement! and had 6,200 horsepower.1 number 196, and the injured 36. EXPLANATION. WAS BEFORE THE HOUSE-

STORMS IN KENTUCKY, By Associated Press N
GOVERNMENT OWNERSHIP ACL =
(IN TEXAS AND WARM IN I i' Associated Press. Talladega, Ala. Jan. 22.-Over one .:,,t ;t
COLD By
i Savannah! Jan. 22.-Col. C. P Mel] I hundreJ students left Talladega college TATION EXPECTED UNLESS ACTION .' t

NEW YORK. YOUNG MARlON M NN 'N NIKON N. SAID HE Brim, loading counsel for Green and (coloied) today because a south<<; IS TAKEN. th

SECUREDi Gajno-, narrowly 1 escaped sharing the ern ,white man, L.0, Parks, had: enemplo'ed '. ,
experience of his associate, A. A. Law. as superintendent of the college c.i i it
By Associated Press. rence oho last week was fined one : '

R'n.,.Inn, Jan. 2J! .-The presE'ntl i RETURNS TD hundred dollars: for contempt of courtin farm. The students demanded Washington By Associated, Jan %:.-Press The question'of itC, r xz
,, THOUSANDS or WAS NOT THE the federal! court.t-dai. his discharge, which President B M. cos
r ': I ia br akin; and it will bender Judge Emery Speer construed r- Nice refused to grant. The students railroad 'rates occupied practicallyall i
the time of the senate to-day notwithstanding ; .
I ;onuht: m the Ohio tain[ remarks as out of oidr and in then appealed! to Secretary Baird of no bill with that end in, r'
,Inure southward to the gnU' contempt but accepted the explanation c. ?
the Missionary Society. New York, view has been reported from the Inter : -;
ui i much coH 'r Tuesday: in tae I of counsel and passed the matter,
a' .mat district". I THIS CITY DOllARSA ONE ,thus closing a. dramatic incident.Col. who sustained President Nice, Other :The-state discussion Commerce of Committee the subject was ., l

+ t.e warn:ngs have been Is-I i Maldrim referred to the effortsof members of the faculty, most of. whom Ir. connection with a speech ot Senator '

the east states including! defendants to evade being brought! are northern whites also sustained Cia)". Messrs. Alderich, Foraker. i. t
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i. ntire South Carol'. '1 to trial and proceeded to indicate activity the
na an president. The negroes then ]left Bailey and New lands were the principal ;; }
,. Storm dL and interest; on the part of Juds.* '
p. I,? Hi the w.warning st coast j of arc Flat::da:- Dses Not Think He Got Justice Large Part of Which He Repaid One of f t the Messages. L Left .Was: I I"I Speer that gave defendants groundsfor in a :>od and)'. has The more school than is one coeducational thousand The"participant Georgia senator' besides advocated Mr. Clay.the a*Ji "I

a *lanMc coast from hey: HestRam r apprehension in a trial given themin
: passage of a bill[ which wanly give the {
to, \.. !" 'K, When He Was Expelled I) from p With Town Topics Stock Was Neither; the Incendiary this court. Whn counsel referred' students Inter-state Commerce Commission a f
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I I' to certain language used by a New power to regulate rates; when complained ? -;

and Thunder Storm.. i Naval Academy. at Exorbitant Valuation. or Robbfer."' York newspaper as the Feason defendants I of and said that as there was .

"'>.11' :ii' Ky.. Jan 22.-Ram was!,i dfol 1 not return to Savannah Judge WEATHEnlNOW no legislation along that line the rt t
14 ncno mrrn:iig over the central : --_ 1 i Speer interrupted directing Col. h'l-1 COlD country mlht; count upon the aqua ;
aa a i: ,atps from the great lakesif I It. Pet terson II. Marzuni, who was last By Associated Press. Written across the, back of A clipping .1 i Brim to bo seated and the Jury to r.*- lion of government ownership. Ho I '

"i' M I:s'coSnow is rem week found guilt and dismissed:: from Sew York, Jan. ::'.-Col. W. D. taken from the New? Orleans Picayune I tire. He then asked Col Meldrim to I referred to thE, large vote recently k '
north the natal academy upon the charge show causwhy he should not be fined Mr Hearst in Nework m- '
r tl : loa to :rn Texas, given as
testifiedat
If ,,II'n' temp 'rature of from of hazing some of the fourth class )Mann editor Town Topics relating to the Kress fire and I for confmpt. Col. 31eldrim replied I Bleating! the popularity of.the muni sa' ,;

in ,1" SIPH= during the past twen- men of the institution, returned home the Hapgood criminal libel l trial today robbery, and found upon the personof I I that he intended no contempt. The 8EING cipal ownership idea

I' ,10' I i-, nut the temperature: in )'jesterdi: morning, and was greeted that he borrowed nearly two hundred John B Nixon, who suicided in examination of witnesses was then be Mr. Aldrich indicated his purpose ,

p ? ,.. anti -04,he-n Indiana con I b}' his many friends here.. I thousand dollars from J. P. Mur- Henderson, Ky., last week, were the II gun. tooppose such legislation as oiitliuel
When asked about the trial the words "I neiher the incen and declared that Mr. Hearst was tha L
was
high :
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1111 Uinormalh the
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former hilt: James R. Keene W. K. Vanderbilt '
midshipman stated that he did "
rubber. author of the proposition to confer '
h in Louisville diary or
,., w; i mom tpr reg-i not think he got justice in the trial W. C, Wh'tney'! and other prominent information comes: rom the MOROCCAN : the rate making power on the com ,,
I 'idecrees; ; 'nlr: this morningbowever ; i This! }; { I FElT I .
before the naval board as he was not financiers. Many of these loans ife-
T' two decrees cooler ,Kentu 1 kX New Era, publi! Sd aUHopkinsville ru.sslon: He also took occasiog tp K
,"11 1. ",1 I an\ same hour'i'jeaterda.'aware nor were the' others - first class that having fourth classmen could recall ,and"others be repaid either Mr HearS or
the of "I
naming
contained in article giving account ,
111'i :\1\\011\ in !i arts of the Ohio is an ;! an )
pro-l bring breakfast to them const:- m stock of tha Town Topics company of his death. Mr. Bryan as the next democratic ;
and, .Ml{\ -: "p';+t \all}'s have been I tt ted hazing, as that only existed in at one thousand dollars per I The c'ipping.referred" to stated that I Associated Press.Algecisras presidential 1 cait':ald8te: but'when l l..1Rt T
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du mail storms and
r varyhPl. the military emulations and not Followed the i Wind and Rain
in share. The largest single loan was High to indicate the probibiluie. '
pressed
.. '!. accompanied in ;: Nixon had left Ptnsacola. and that h i ,Jan. 22:The plenipo- 1Jfi
4 fcOin.
1 those of the naval academj He ad obtained from James R Kene, who had been accused.of not only having !tentiari were entertained: at toda"sr of the republican nominee declined to 'otf.Ei
w fin, winds 10
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'I: high M h ted that more than one occasion of Sunday Night and Freeze and also avoided'! ; .
upon loaned Tuwn 90000. From make prediction
Topics a
of :, but conference ;J.
1 bureau robbed tae safe Kress & Co r sitting of th$ :Moi ocean by t
,I omsville, weather : his breakfast had been broughtto W, K. Vanderbilt Co!. Mann obtained also of setting fire to the building. : an almost continuous I skirmish between II answering the question of Mr Bailey m r} .

\ ", : ''I'' rh barometer was actin;; him bj men of the lower class. {, $23,000.; ; from J. P. Morgan.500: .;, This telegram! ,, wlucto' was spat < out M. Revoil, head of the French is Expected.Cold ,p as to vhether the precedent\ would bea tt;
-
t 71".11an1 that squall w ralt Mr Marzoni stateu that he would third term t. l
from C lhs P. candidate for a
from vVflitnex, $10.000
rm'4
from 1'Pnsacola three days aftr the delegation and Count Von Tattenbach j;
-thj 'i anthem: Ind:ana. 'lh rain! not make an effort to pet r.lnstated,1 --
from Jno. W.
Huntington $15,000.: departure of Nixon. was published in th!" second 'of German's delegates. weather which ;
1I'lt r I i' cl ,rk may possibly
u. 'n falling since 5 o ,! as this could only be done .
!Gates $20,000, from Chas. )[ Pic.'uneas well another ;, While the: amenities were carefully observed turn out
'' the pap r: to be the coldest of the season -
i jI' u' '''Ii| gill turn to snow upca act of congress, but that he would ('n',1 .
I""'. "i "f th. i : T rye afternoon: Jlanyl As he has been convicted of a $10,000 W)1en Col. Mann te ti- wag somewhere near New Orleans and I that today was the bgining of cola this morning. The thermometer EAGlES

'I r i \, +n',> ,'orarumicat: have i military} offence he cannot. participate fi'd that many of thesloans were secured a copy of the pap!r contain a fresh controversy between France went down rapidly[ during the afternoon ;
b. n ,. I : Ilpt.ott, I in even an election for federal oflicerh. paid in Town Tonics stock at $1,000 ing the same It was clipped out and and Gprmanwhicb is likely to be ana'( night and to-day it will ae ;
hold any position:: under the government per spar, he was asked if the par the above written in lead pencil pn the]: long protracted and of increasing about the freezing point, if not below

I.., Cold i \a Wave.-Ian in:22!Texas.-\ ('01.1' wave I, t or \ist: an}' naval reservation 'I: value He replied of iiie that stock it was was.not ten dollars back. |I earnestness. I wind The. cold rain wave followed the severe o R G A Nil ED I I i

and storm of Sunday night
It; ". ,, a velocity
for seventeen,
Tpxao| todaThe th'I -ri' confined in his room
"'.,' "I<>\\" to 23::, Trans: tea, dajs He hatf been at the academy forty-two' miles rain.an hour, accompanied:
by a driving
for nearly four years and world have
C' !
nlland wire canmuniiai : r three weeks.NOMINAIIONS. The'approach of the storm wa> HERE IOrder
graduated in
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hampered
I S signalled by the weather bureau Sunday -
afternoon, and but little damage;

., Warn n New York. OF resulted to the shipping Interests. ,7;
i 1" k .Ian. 22:!.-The iinu=ualh The:fishing smack Clara R. Grmies
a''' ,"',J'r: for this: season con bloke her tnoorm'gs and went ashore :
I, ''I t..\ The thprmoin?teratoo 1 1Ht TNt: PRESIDENT I ', I on'some rocks just west of the wharf, Instituted Sunday Night b by Y Y' irn

of' 1 o'clock. where she sunk. It is feared that the
\ \'If"> : was practical! fog _-_. tcssel has been badly Damaged and State District ,Grand d Presi I 1Th,
!: ', the t mis bens so dense By Associated Press. I :, c saved a large amount of repairs 1ft x.;
.
'h- be. before she be dent McLean. : !,
'at' The can
meted or I ft the har i Washington: ; Jan 22- president t t necessary again ,
I
4r, f today s' nt the fal>> "owing ncminat:ons placed in service.

I, i .mvM'antic' liners are o r tt-1 to the scLJte.Am'jiaeadorb: I i ., Cold Wave Signals. -i ,
< n.lHHik bar not daring toy :: extraordinary and Yesterday the cold wave signals I A A'rieof the Order of Pagips% wasin&tituted J a

1 h ''n+ upper hal "'Or few boat- I min'sier[ pl+nipot2n tar}'_ Luke RWruht CASl y+ 'i were placed over the government I in Pensacola! Sunday after ?

r ""Mug: and the ferr\' boats:: were ID: Japan; David E Thompson, l building A change was noticeable!!noon and nfgbt under most auspicious
R ,nk! ire' ;:flat inienal of Nebraska, to Mexico( ;! ; Lionel: C, dnrin'g the early portin of the day,|I circumstances. The class consisted I'
K.. 'nvi tVousbout the stat[ : GriEComb, of PennoUana: to Brazil : but as the hours passed the temper-1 t of fifty-one members, and wfll be !fnCieased ttl.i I
atwre continred to change a stronpi within short twice this
a to
Ihn
<+ :h of the Philippines: -
; + warm wa\p still pre Governor: :
'la\: \but the:' day generally ry ClaIde; Vice Governor Qf Philip- wind from trig north making it >'ery1L'isagre'able number, as man have signified their a't fm: ;;;
r' / for those who were out tention of becoming members since d
MH< Smith[ cf Califo' ia.Postmasters .
an.1| [their were signs of pin's, James F. ', '
the night. the Aerie organized y.
during was
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"II.' MeDousa'l
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In Jno
centralew York robl : Florida i
>> / conducted ; riJ
Weather'Conditions. The ceremonies were by
"" ,,:' : manplace* At ; '' .. In his bulletin upon weather conditions State District Grand President 11e- ; :;,
l in northern X Shoats Monro'?; John T. Still' .. '
work the liam A : '
y issued esterday Weather! Lean of JacksonIlle. asgistetf by
''. '""", '''1' I inert registered 64 this well, Mon'czuma r Observer Reed said: I FcfctVortbv l President J. W. White m'

t I. "ui at mnntm, the central ; ""T : :. --- The storm central over eastern j of the JaskJ-onville: Aerie>; Philip 'iJ1".
n pal1IJf, the stat, a t. m, .,. l Texas Sunda' morning has advanced 1 F'ank. worth secretary and Dr. i

,J .. ". *>0 ,i III o::i \\js recordeJ : SEVEN KILLED ( (. ,[slow!}- to north of Meridian causing I Uames Hardy PiUman. worthy physician :
"IS r*'M:rt. d I ToSTRIKERS a J rr :general rains from the gulf northward I of the Jacksonville Aerie. i. ;jt

------- BY ( ; into the Ohio Valley and the .lo*'erl "In the afternoon a public meeting a
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[ EXPlOSIONI j : + ;h Lake Region. Snow is falling ink I was held when the objects of the or

KILLED ," y., ", I eastern Iowa and northern Michigan; were explained[ bv ,:Mr McLean 'Ij"dtr
By Associated Press I J I : : : ; \ I The warm wave attending this disturbance .! \I.'hOMe'adJt''Ss was listened to with' ,re; l

BY GENDARMES Chippa calls Wis., Jan. 22:!-The]I ,:; with temperatures of 60 degrees much attention ,..,..,'. ;
mill' I and extent: from .Alabama At night the Aerie was instituted
expiation: of the boner'ln a saw ] over i :;
---.r I Iit I four and half m'les from Holcombj j : northeastward into the lower I lake I the class of fift-one being initiated L
one ;
By Associated i suited the death i : : I Region, A high of considerable hicb required until nearly midnight.; =
Press. this afternoon rf in I It
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1ti : is tollo'in' the The Aerie promises to be a !'arr;
,. llnn:;du. Jan.Seven of seven men and the injury of thr!c ; }strength closely ; I I- one. Efforts wi1!; be t
h In norkeiwere wrecked. scuthern low, and temperatures have and flourishing:
killer and others. The, milt was badly hail Jjid rat rl
in northeastern made to at once secure a
below freezing
111,1.,1 !odam conflict i r,' ,. I fallen ..
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f i # i' j
';"u.t;,, men ai. TheM { Texas, to 14 degrees in extreme!hate a, ,club l .. room, the social feature ,
Nandoheg t'lI
r.: ai+'a.'red ten gendarmes} :: sent I'LIBERALS RESTllL.GAINNG northern Texas, and to, 4 degrees In:' of the order being one of Its chief a!- ie:, l
IiUU am 'H'dt'r.FAST .', I southern Kansas while in South tfactions. rr'"
"' krta an\ northern :Montana it is The Officers. i
t I ltPast
!) j -" degrees below zero Da'j'I I The officers electea: were as follows: .'"
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1. fair Worthy President-J. C. Avery
TIME ATORMONDDAYTONA ..a t' "These conditions indicate! ,
decided ;solder for this vicinit tonight Jr 'I
By Associated Press. Sot I and, Tuepaay( with fresh to briskest i I Worthy President--Chas. 1!1. Co&t}l

I j London Jan, 22: :Tho latest return: i ",' to northwestwinds. The ternperatura .! ton
frrther increase the lead of the Liberals ", : ., will be close] to freezing to Worthy YiceWTtsldent-lJenry J.or&f(;
: s1er. r P'f''
in the parliamentary.elections.: : night.
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o By Associated Press. a The totals are pow ilberals:6S; ". -F',;:'': : I Heavy Rains East. I Worthy Chaplain, Summers \Jr. l

o-;n: .! Bach, Jan ::: .-The caiefOrmond ; Unionists 116; Iris' Nationalists .8, rt Reports from sections east of Pen i Worthy Secretary-Geo. W. Prior. f. '.JJr '

11 .ir., "Daxtona beach Laborites 41, < 'ti ;' .. ,,+ F-i[ ravels are to the effect that the, John' d J .lj

'J'*- 1 a um > made by Stanley,:t I I t hv t, wind and rain storm was very'se.ere,!, Worthy ConductorAlbert t; rr
r-- fflei' m nineteen[ and one-, Negroes Arrested. a t} (,; "Ihe rain .beinre heavier than has been i son. '' '; !
: "\ ** Ind.. The lime Is unotTica': ,I The police made afraid last night witnessed there In many years All] Worthy Inner Guard-Ceo. \ucovlch i_,.

,* .* the tronle saloon. facts creeks arq much swollen ,
tii'mien' agreed. Th on a house neat : and '
t are
,, ','.rat! ra('.'rs and their cars : conducted b.> a neSr and j f1.with the'1 1mgro CANALS OF MARS.1)NCL as a result, Wires, both of the telegraph Worthy Outer Guard.-R,P, _Pres- Wfi.t.t.1
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alleged t telephone companieswere ton. '
t s, ....'"' >>01>an ih ID I* pt.stpone races till the tomor-forniua place was men run It as was a gambling JelDt ana >; SAY (TO THE IARTU.N-I't WILLING TO BET A JUG OFC1DER 1HAT YOU NEVER HAD damaged and to a considerable extent --]I Trustees-C, F. Schad, Joe Corianao t a

aka.; ,''"' ndll'ations: < are for .gad, six persons were. arrested tI many ANY CANAL COMMISSIONS OR COCs'aRESS TO DEAli, WITH WHEN. YOU DUG LL'THOOE' CANALS! ,by the high wind. > and, N. Goldriag. + .f-.fs. .';
escaping,
ana a hard Coors others .
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I hard and fast aground in South Pass, .

J i: i It is perfectly safe under all circumstances. : 1 I)just inside'" the 'wes>t jel ty;Vith. a 'goodJSJtf4 -'Jt insist on 'having it.

: It is used by millions of families the world over. : [ aols in her- starboaid side, and Phonel6LewisBcar & Co.,,

, t .' I Ifa ( : ; t witb eighteen or,:twenty: feet of water 404-408 PalafaxSt.and2.-1O Main St.. 6

:. i It stands highest as a laxative.with physicians. e AUFQRNI smwE.I ;,' in hatch No.2.lready j Pensacola, Fla.

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1 If you use it you have the best laxative the 'I', :: \ part of her: cargo which"U '

San Francisco, ; valued at something, over $U6.OOO\ -
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i i world produces. Loui.vil14! Ky. New York. N. Y. I has been destroyed and there is a ,' i' 'i,,.

LEADI.wiDRrGGISTS probability that none of' the _soda is ..
FOB SALE BY ALL -: ..
;, fat: hatch will be savc' '. Reports -

=-= ':late\ last night stated that the vessel De Ruyter: ( Holland ) Gin
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_' wag in no danger and that the remainf'er -.., -

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.: with destruction.The .,.... -,'
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from a hole collision in the with Baioda the resulted Spans! } ,.....-."". "..0.....................................

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-- I steamship Catalina, which for a few ,

.jt. ."".."if...,,!"<<' -- -" ,".' .i.,:' '.,.i.:'. iC"-.. .... 'iEM''M' .,"...,.'ii-"..'.'.'.'.,','"'"'h ."''i.".,.".'.i..:' 1ti'r **\ chap. and mighty lucky too." he added :all around- ," "he declared. "Xow\ seehoro. tours: yesterday afternoon and evening -,( '.i Pet ir9. JMllk Chocolate 1 i
also in '
was aground the
little awkward'"Of% I aia pass.
course
n : .
Ohel. that: was n pretty narrow At 9 o'clock last night however. tfcoje: : ,: : .! .. =. .
1 The Journal's Short be usher was it the girl
Daily StoryVIOLETS( to an What escape an<<1, the next tL!!e the girl at work on the Catalina succeeded ia 1

1 ; rricht not l li;e en::age; ; Im't): you think floating her and she came on up ,the. : is' Irresistablf delicious, jet as nourishing as bread o.< J

that yon could<< do something toward river. : butter.- It is a sustaining food, as well as a nitu'ti *ougn/ t
claiming your own property? It isn't I The detail of the accident were
bT : : i iBY after bon.bon. It does not ere ate f thirst. Equall popa *
much j : :
R-)od. perhaps lint stil1-haint i meager but from these it was learned :
,.\ better tell Patricia that we have been i that the Baroia bad arrived firs : lar with children and grown-up folk.. .
t A A. M. DAVIES OGDEN, engaged for some time too? That i ill .th,, pass!! and had run aground jui*. .
.IJ would ren'ove finally from her min' ::1 ins.ide the west jetty The swift cur(: IN CAKES .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 5,10,15 a!'!d 20 cents .
1905, by A. M. DaUes Ogden. e.. :
Copyright,
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'"' any lingering,: ,: Hoa that I was: in love : rent through the pass was responsible !- IN CROQUETTES. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .'20 and 40 cents J JIN

itt: Z $S ;I ,: her with think her. ard..besides.second I choice.I'd bate" artfully.to have: :i and for consequertl/the ship :leavin's her' the grounding.channel' .. SQUARES. . .. .. .. v.. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 40cents.*

you This wasearly" the afternoon.At : *
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I do dear There '
"What ,
1' -01111:1 was a
. Miss Anstmtber touched the purple eye *wander fell to watching the eager, I 4 o' lock the Catalina. CapL 14. W Garden' The Popular :
pan!:e-a long,: -then CarrolltQn : LAZ JACOBY
.11 blossoms at her breast with caressingCngers. beautiful face of a girl across the I piuse I Jauregnizar master, bound from Vera t Phone 183 Grocer..t.
thrust his bead tram: between the cur- *
Cruz New Orleans) with .
table -a face that sparkled and changed : to a com paratlvely t

'Thiry are lovely" she said; "so with every varying thought '*ins. "Patricia. be called. the channel small] and cargo grounded left hr just course along-in ........O........................................
"And If she doesn't wear them? bemused
i fresh and fragrant. I think them the a bit ruefuH,..* I ;;;$9:.Original.. side the Baroda. As the Spanish j ____ .__ _, _.. ,_n' _
j; only,flower for a man'to send a worn Miss Anstruther finished ber dinner Foley: i do.;. Cnicago. originated steamship went by the Baroda her;
Honey and T&r as a throat and lung' propeller struck the other ship and
4T an.
:with the consciousness of hating in I remedy."iriT .aC't'mI1rtjr'the grtat: knocked a hole in her starboard siae; New Crop Cane Syrup
Carrollton laughed. The dinner bad ifli1iJIiWITYIjI
all answered the
probability greater
merit and popularity:: of Foley's! Honey rear the bilge and almost opposite
reached the stage where general con I part of her companion's remarks with and Tar nia imit.tlons"are offeredfor I'I hatch No. 2. ,,

Tersation glides imperceptibly into utter irrelevance. She could only trust II I .the gent44Thes worthless im The damage -was discovered and .. Put in all size packages
up
monologues or duets. The soft shaded I tbat MrK Morris. a fluent talker him- I itat\ons\ hale similar Foonding"names.Beware :!efforts( were made to stop the flow of

- lights the odor of flowers, tempted to I elf, might not have notk-ed. The t -4 of them. The,gnu5ne Foley's the water into the hold of the'' Baroda.
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*confidences. girl's thoughts were hopelessly tangled.! I Honey an-f TarIs Ina; yellow pack i These were unsuccessful, however WRITE FOR PRICES
, Carrollton's words about ilo'ets! had I h _' age. A;"V for it,anl fuse'any substi :and at 10:33 o'clock" last nsht the
: "Tben you agree with a friend of'!' startled and disturbed her. Did u? really I .,.: (_t tute. W. .\. D'Alemberte. druggist uater i in hatch No. 2 was sixteen or''

p mine who declares it is deceitful for attach such significance to the little and 0.0 '<< I' eighteen feet deep The cargo of the! Southern States Lumber Company

girl to buy violet for herself thus I'I'a flower? :She had never dreamed of /TL I :- =7: I steamship was dissolved by tha water.. Supt. Stores,

- creating a false impression of owninga such a thing and pinned on the odor j I and it was elated that all of the soda ,
.. 'in that particular part of the shipwoula'be FLORIDA
be answered Jopt, Writ.I PENSACOLA
a )'oung man. lightly. ous cluster before dinner with enjoyment :: I lest. >
- Anstruther's r'& lips curved Into a of the- beauty indeed. but with. I Bright sayings are often to be heard
:
The tugs R. \V. Wilmot and ,W. G ,
. Blow smile. I out any idea of occult meaning to the in the courts and they f&m<>u a dull Wilmot, which had been working on -

-5 "I am not sure that I should go so act. But now her eyes sought; him "ETHEL," SHE GASPED.' "IT'S YOU HEMEA.KS and tiresome ,da:;. i the British steamship Aberiour, -
far as that." I doubtfully, a little wistfully. Did other -KOT US I" At one time Sergeant Manning, avery aground outside the Passes succeeded NEW New
- : "Well perhaps not. And yet"-Car. I men feel that way about violets I 'Jt r\'o\ i/jan'"w s arguing a 'ca-s floating that vessel at 6 p. 01.. and Five Tables
wanted, Carrollton wondered! lie noticed Brunswicke-Balke I
rollton's voice grew more serious-"{ : too? Fhe must speak to him again, but > before the ji/trges of the common pleas.! immediately went over to the Cata-
suppose! the sending of violets does not now. i that she bad grown quite white. Ilobad larc number. books before lna. After pulling .at this vessel! for
"
jnean more than the gift of other flow! I' After dinner, however the house I "You-you and Joe are smb. frienda him.. most'enough I '.(1 'Qstltute a li about. three hours they succeeded In POOL Everything Up-to-Date.
that Iras sure you knew" she strug While he tbe floating her and she was put into the!
- ers. When a nun begins to associate : party 8l'atterf'd.liss Anstruther felt brary. was reaulng r*-
gled. Why was he making It so hard ,channel and sent the river toward 14 Ease Government Street.J. .
, of the number of up
A girl with violets. It's usually all up I herself borne along to the billiard room. liort one o cases a ,
to1!
for her "It was only at dinner thatI New Orleans. Then the tugs went '
books tumbled tbe table
off front of
:with him. I while Carrollton sat down for a rubber ; in A. BILLINGSLEY
Prop.
PARLORS
began to 8uped-wben' you spoke work on the Baroda and were still ,
Miss Anstnither. a faint hint of disIQTiietnde of bridge. It was not until come him.
fi creeping: Into her dark (eyes time later that Carrollton walking; I] about the meaning of violets." Her I I "My lords" said the sergeant iierv- working The there steamship at midnight.Aberiour went 1 .- -- -'iA.1IIIII:
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dream.
voice "I 1
was unsteady. never
t. glanced quickly around. I' down the ball absorbed in worrying as : ou lyit is reported 1 in two other aground, outsiae the Passes nearly a ------ ----- --
"But-but couldn't he have sent'I ed that you cared; I thoUght you had', books in these exact words., "
Ethel had
to why Wbeatley so persist week She was outward bound the
ago. of
Prompt delivery to any part
(them for any other reason-because he I ently avoided him all the evening, fc nt me then hecluse'he: stopped I "Are you sure" asked Justice Maule: .wilh general- cargo. E. B. ACOSTA tco.. ( city.
' {knew she liked them-for con gra tulatlons I heard his name being called softly. startled by the change in his face. "(hat It Is exactly the same?" The Catalina was bound from Vera;

((: ?" she asked In a troubled Turning, he found Miss Anstruther i Carrollton Jumped. I "Certainly, my lords" replied Manning Cruz to New Orleans, and was ('on'I "he'....f.and KafaiDtalern in. I Office and Yard-:22! to 28 X Tam ICi'
"I I sent your! he stammered star-: ) gona St. Pensacola, Fla! Phone
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tt Carrollton shook his bead. facing him within a curtained window earnestly. signed to E. Sevilla. The Baroda was .

. I "Oh, no; he would send roses' In tont"1 embrasure, her cheeks scarlet, ber eyes : Ing. Miss Anstrmher stared In turn. Well, then" aid Justice Mau! ,consigned. to Ross & Hejn
L )a case" he answered with ) full of a new shyness. She was breath. t "But-but didn't you?" she demanded. gravely "why hunt for the other i It, was impossible last nfjht to oh- COAL WOOD AND ICE
,
H. '.. "And-and If she wears them?" : lag rapidly. I I"Forgi'e "I found them in my room. Your books? Read tbe same case again out I tain an estimate of the damage; to the! \ ,
card in the box. To be it Baroda. but it was understood that) __ _' --- --- -
was ---z----
tt .< rnxlcusly. me for stopping you" she sure of the one you have in your band. I I
was not addressed.!' Tell 'me," with a I all of the cargo in hatch No. 2 was: .. :- -i-i--
"I think the man would be justified aid. "But-but I wanted,to tell you Manning saw the pOint. and when doomed and that there was absolutely ... "
[
S '- in construing It as a hopeful sign. something" avoiding his glance as she quick inspiration" ; "there was some mis. the merriment caused by the justice's' no chance of saving any part of it.At I "

.. L1 ODont you?* spoke. .It-It Isn't announced yet. take then? suggestion bad subsided be proceeded 11 o'clock last night it was said !ISfS'HE[ MTW fe,! Socreoe Dairy Feed ual,..*y;

MI r Anstruther Unshed painfully but I-I am going to marry Joe Wright. Carrollton taken aback, was striving with his argument without further that as soon as the water in the noli i- fCiilo :iyc thc molt mi1L It a

L fend dropped her eyas. I-I felt that I must tell you," she ended to regain his wits. search for the much 'case.Jointache. of the' vessel had reached a depth of ration-that". tlc rearco
"Why 11"abe rtammered."Dock "I-I sent. them to the blue room,"hemuttert"d ,feet it would be level with "TheFullest r-.xut,
,, halt beseechingly. Carrollton con- twenty
do!
No ctcer eirgle feed or 2xturt of feds cia
sir?" Interposed the butler at ccious of a vague expectancy In her attitude stupidly then bit his lip. ,----- that around the injured steamshipand ,
t V .CarroVJton's shoulder. When be again hesitated. What a brutal'speech! A sudden flash consequently no more would get J tee wori o effectually. Year cf artLmiciry

I turned toward Miss Anstruther she "It's awfully good for you to let me of comprehension lighted the girl's into the hold. I trials T/-CTC: iccr of it -Jeiarc: it wu placed on tierrr

(was *alV.".>' fit': with: her left hand know" be answered. "I congratulate face. The agents of the B rotfa sent the ,i j rr: :. It. a conniius: oC remltf and pow rM.las
,
I ,. Carrollton free let his "To the blue room." she repeated In tug Taurus to the mouth of the river{ : of Fie fed this feed
n.tpbo: to ,, yon both most hrartl'f.' 7iv e'a \ tnllv a. tcrec<< print: cw sot
of
t yesterday afternoon when notified .
undisguised relief. 'Wby-oh: Dart-
lots.
kept
;
u a
;; the accident. With three tugs working Pail j
------.oJ ----- ins impulsively into the bail. Miss.An- .
.I $ her it is probable the vessel
on I
3 struther seized a girl standing by.the I
: ; will be floated to-day and brought up | SOL.D o/vtr or
I\ : l ; I I billiard room door, and before either is one of the main symptoms of 1 to the city.Chamberlain's. I F. S. MELLEN & CO..
she or Carrollton could realize what --- 3'LrTI
that terrible disease called Rheumatism Corner Alcanlz and Garden. Phone 334 .

the was curtain."Ethel intended. had .whirled her behind which makes life a daily] Cough Remedy thsf I '
"CUT IT OUT" Best Made.
: I I," she gasped! ''here'sIr.. Carrollton torture to many thousands. Chamberlain: Cough -
'In my opinion ---- --- ----- -' -
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proposing to the wrong girl. It's Remedy Is the. best made for colds." ....
you he means-not me" breathlessly.The Mrs. Cora Walker of PortervilKCalifornia. JSTREAD'THIS ADVERTISEMENT.ROSE'S .
says the doctor to. many.cf his lady patients,.'because he doesn'tknov HAMLINSWIZARDOU says
next moment she had vanished There is. no doubt about
medicinal that will r..I;i RI.ITh 4 PIp
of treatment ure womb
' : any po3itively' or down the hall. Miss Wheatley startled Us being. the best. No other will curea

ovarian troubles except the surgeon's knife.., and a little indignant, turned to follow cold so quickly. No other is so eure I II
. $- ': That such a medicine exists however. has been p\ived by the but Carrollton caught her by the I a prcventiva pneumonia. No otherI FAMOII

t wonderful cures performed on dizeased women in thousands. of and."It'sIt's. I is so pleasant and safe to take. These

:; cases by.qpj. true" he murmured IncoL'rently i are good reasons why it should be preferred

j; "rTe.bt. >en trying all the to any other. Tna fact is that OLD FASHIONED
is a treatment which affords a few prople are satisfie-i with any other
evening to wouldn'tlet
tl'I1"ou onjj you
WINE for rheumatism and I after having once used this remedy.
positive cure
me. For sale by all druggists. will SkIES
: CARDUI "What made Patricia think you were allied diseases. 1 --
making love to her then?" demanded
OF Applied externally it relieves ; *** i'IHI31KH"'HI1' !
the girl, still re his head."I the pain at once. Taken inter.I* TERSELY TOLD *

Jj Woman's Relief don't know" groaned bewilderIngly. nally, iL cures permanently by BUSINESS LOCALS. QTS. r.-t: We believe ANY MAN will guagc his purchas

"She she began talking about :* Whiskey through an intelligent regard for his ht.""
,
purifying the blood of the lactio' ** '"."' "OLQQRYE"
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some rot that I had said at dinner, and I.., We KNOW that ANY man is TOO intelligent to b r
y
c' v It has saved the lives of thousands: of weak sick women and then burst. out that she' was engaged to acid which causes the disease. .1| MrKinzie Oertiag t: Co.. wholesals I itation whiskey after he discovers he has ht

)has rescued thousands of others from a melancholy lifetime of Joe, and said 'I bad sent ber violets. Anthony Smith, of Mayvilie, HI., ;I and retail ship chand.'ers and grocers. 4 4FULLQTS. ; tricked." The crusade against adulterated artuof
. : You are in the'bluo: room. aren't you? the only first-class bousa ot the / food and drink has been *o pronounced that 4
invalidism. It will if will It chance. .1 kind I
chronic only a
cure you. you give : "I had such severe rheumatic
says I has learned the of in\'est
Mrs.! :Mortimer said you were to be, In Pensacola. Fair K"e to all I "OlDCOnT / buyer importance gal
: Sold at drug store In $I 1.00 bottles. Try it.WWTE 1 'THOROUGHLY claim of '
I : every doggedly ")-I brought them down pains in my arm and shoulder before accepting the a

from the city myself." But Mi*? that I could neither work C. V. THOMPSON has Just opened a WHISKEYExpress I dealer. We CHALLENGE investigation. You cat
nor sleep fresh line of beautiful box be too critical to suit us. Our Famous Old-fashion
tVheatley's !soft laugh had rippled out. I paperst Prepaid
US A LETTER GAVE UP SUPPORTER
Whiskies far removed from the of oidsm.
all are possibility
i and was fast losing hope of suitable for Christmas presents to any
had ths Also
-Why I to have blue .
1 nore supporter for for wof point tn tbcsobth They are a* pure as Nature own ingredients
; freely and frankly. In strictest confiMM my ,,womb which had crowded s-ears room." she explainedbut It. bad no cure when I: heard of and tried I crepe papers. Passepartout picture I read make them and TULT AGED by TIME. They are :MEI-W
,- everything binding. purses_ Christmas cards bv Sou. -or "' .T..LE. MEDICIXALLT PURE. No household should!
.
<> telling us all your troubles. down before I it,writes Mrs.S.J. fireplace and Patricia. who doesn'ttnind I jHamlins Wizard Oil, twd bottlesof 19dee. .etc. Adam Uses .without thfm. Shipped in plain unmarked pickaxe
Advice (in plain Chnsman.ofMannsvilieN.Y.: "I I suffered tbe ,cold. Insisted .on Changing : B.uksudCom. Agencies and EzprenCo/smdorveu: *. "
send Free
r W "rtfl which performed perfect, peri I abtolne reliability if a household word. Remit by Fxpre'
untold misery,and could hardly with me. And ILen. when she came In 3.4Orai
in
F.O. Order current Atlanta.
Ladies'Advisory Money or Exchange
staled ). Address: KInloch House Paint '
envelope ualk., After taking Cardui I gave up wearing those flowers and saying that 1, manent cure." Price, 50c and $1. sems to have A trial order makes a nermanent customer ____ _
Dept, The Chattanooga and be thj go over all other paint it stands ,
L my supporter can now on my you had sent them"wltb a dt li louR '
Mtdldna Co.Ch, ttanooga. Tenn.. feet half a day at a time." pout. Carrollton. whose face had cleared ? : : For sale and recommended by this salt atmosphere better than any [HE R. H. ROSE COMPANY, ATLANTA, GA.
; WHITE'S PHARMACY. i other. It is not a ready mired paint
joined in her laughter' i Pensacola. Fla. ,I but ready to mix. See D. N. Nlchol-l THE REVENUE OFFICER?!

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Hundreds of enthusiastic customers attended the opening of our'Clean-Sweep ) ; Yr


orb ea tro 1att\a r Sale yesterday and manifested their appreciation of the many bargains. '

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O \V on.ts_ the Big Clean-Sweep-Sale of Embroideries, Laces, Silks, Dress,, oo S,1
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.: Cottrell: The third annual 'conference will HOME MAY BEREOPENED t. H. \ LANNON & CO. i

: FINE PHOTOGRAPHS. open in the great conference auditorium .
in Fla. February -
Pensacola Fla. Gainesville on I
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25th-to be followed by the Chautau- .". 0 :

TERSELY TOLD qua Assembly_which opens! March the' L
1st. The increasing attendance upon

.. the conference from all parts of the ,
) \/IIt'r/ : S Mack and Mrs. Frances E. Union together with the added nutn! --- 3uti',

e"-,,, [i.otn of Atnjore, Ala., were her offamous preachers to be'present, ing a large brick store adjoining the
this far the 'greatest' store of :J.' D. Owens & Co. It will be
I' is i red Mierday at 6 o'clock at then year assures by ; too-
i i:: house I attendance and most interesting session Mayor Bliss Writes Interestingly PREPARING F012 WARRINGTON III occupied by Jno. A. Edwards, who will
ever held. At no conference in carry a line of furniture etc.
\. Hogeboom, the traveling
repre- America will greater and more celebrated Regarding the Mat- Our merchants who arc hustlers
c ,III'f'! The Journal reached the '
men be.found on the prograu. THE' BIG CARNIVAL are receiving fertilizers in car load
the
esterdav from points along Journal.
I Special to The
One can well afford to'travel miles to lots, and the farmers are beginning to
oi the P": & A. He will leave toM ter. -
.11. such a conference. I ? v < Warrington Jan 2capt. Hanlon 'plan for their crops for the ensuing
M tor rnipley and thence go tot t. The opportunity afforded by the ... i ? -i-, -/. and his son Joe who have been ill I 'ear.I } ,

,111U! other sections of Vest Florto conference :to hear such l.1reat' men. Artist Theo Weber Has Been at Work {' h; Floats for 'Some with pneumonia, are improving rap I 'The farming Interest tributary to t ,
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i I the beacon light
Journal idllick
I' Alvarez
ana' at the same time make a visit to I Editor Pensacola : I Pollard] is increasing annually, and $
Florida, escaping the cold of the lend aid keeper, also had a siege with the I }
. I have ben asked to my i we expect in the near future Pollarafwill
rnu :;: like th "Blue Ribbon Fla- moreeachyear. Months, and They are Nearing* same disease. Dr. Wieber has a number
north, should attract, many in the Pearl be one of the best cotton markets
intluence getting
_ ru \:sivour grocer for: Blue Rib- and of cases under treatment, nearlyall I
I along the line of the U & N, road. it
trm \ ,i:ntia. Absolutely! pure and Eagan Home for orphan children re Completion of a nialrgnant type. '
A more suitable place could not Pollard is fast building up and car-! l ,
Kier: :'**',' a- far. have been chosen for the conferencethan opened.No IJ. Ernest Grossjohann, formerly hos- I pc-nters are in demand. The demand '

i I the beautiful city of Gainesville, city of any size should be with, I pital steward at Ft. Barrancas has returned -' for dwellings i is also increasing ;
K. OF C. INITIATE its wide beautiful oak THEY WILL PRESENT A BEAUTIFUL to that post after three years +cf
with streets out a home for little children who are PRISONERS GO I Several families are boarditfg on account tB" ,
A LARGE CLASSA tiees, spring water splendid system service in the Philippines. He had to there
pure left in the world without proper guardians .- of being no houses to
'' IN THE MYSTIC !I
APPEARANCE his
his children
of schools, hospitable people etc. to care for them and bring them be introduced to upon rent '.
largp class!'?: probably the lar.;eoi A most charming place to winter, The'I. up as send members of society. There TO ATLANTA PARADE OF FEBRUARY 27TH arrival and even his wife before had he to could look] I
'(1 be mma'Pci b>' the Knights of Col- hotel and boardin'g,bouse rates arc I: a number of children in this city at him pretty closely '
are a'
.inftuMIH-*. its, organization here. the most reasonable in Florida. 1 I who need the care and attention of ALL WERE DESIGNED AND CONSTRUCTED be Identified :Mr. Grossjohann is and'
'a' I inmaid Sundax. The members Among.the speakers who are invited to make their live McGourinleft I piqminent Mason: and Ou'd Fellow ; APALACHICOLA
i some good person United States Marshal him
: ARTIST. his friends are glad to see :
BY THE
many
;rn}- order. as well as the visitors and expected to be present during -
bright aid sweeter, and to prepare last night for Atlanta, having in back at the old place.POLLARD. _
om other sections and the class the
lei the conference are among I them for the great work of life that: his custody, five federal prisoners, all I I I -
:ar.'bed Michael's and Bible teachers .
from the hall to St. most noted ministers -
[ theyjvill naVe to m'.'et in the future.It of whom had been convicted and sentenced
Ci)uirh, where special mass was said of America: Dr, J. Wilbur Chap- visited Special to The Journal.
| I is community to rs-S A representative: of Th3 Journal -
a stigma upon any in the United States court I II
he I' a 'ie.-k. after v iich they return-i man. America's leading evangelist; allow littl ones whom the dire misfortunes cently. 1 the workshop of Artist Theo. ALA Apalachicola, Fla., Jan. 22.-R. Col- I';.
-d{l 0 *iu' hall and the services began.: ;James M. Gray Dean of Merely:\ :
Dr. ,
of life have left without protection Four of the men were 'white and i Weber .>n West Garden street yesterday lins has purchased a lot and a third .
\' nmht asocial session was held, Bible Institute; Dr. A. C. Dixon, the,
a bu-h to grow up without the fostering one colorod. All of them with one I IException afternoon for the purpose; of in- fomIrs.. Sodaberg in the business 1 1st'cUon
of Boston
4.a very pleasant affair. great Baptist preacher ; 'I '.
x they are entitled to by nature serve thirteen spectin the Mardi Gras; floats now ,
John J. Tlgert L.L. D.. probably care are to I of the city flft
Rev. ;
Stomach Trcubles and Constipation.. 'the greatest: scholar in the south; ly l my opinion there should be) month: :11. hard labor in ,the Federal, being constructed there. The privi- Special to The Journal. I The steamer Haw kinsville has been tf(
Stuart, orb provision made by law for the cars prison for having stills! in their ,os.;!' lege of seeici; Mr. Webar's cre/ioas Pollard Ala., 'J'an.' 22.-Mr. .J. Ed.
George R. an | f .
1 nann rlaln's Stomach and Liver E'an'J'list Prof. J. R. C. of unfortunates and it should be paid session. Jas. Coker, a white man, is ,, for this year's carnival parade, even I I Hogeboom, The Journal's representative completed and has gone to her home >tJv.I
genius
I' inal pulpit ; 1
Tan
__ arIhp best thing for stomacatt.iuii.i fund collected I : in their; present: unfinished condition, port
- Brown, one of the best,:Bible teacters; for out :>f the general to serve fifteen months.. He recently was in town Friday and Saturday'soliciting
:- and constipation I have ever R, V. Miller who oVHvers charming from he people by taxation. But as pleaded guilty to the charle-ofe! 'was indeed: a.treat There are twelve for The Journal, and has The schooner Future went ashore on .
'" tom
, V' POll' .rvMe, Mich. They are easy 1 them it then falls ta: our duty ars al I dale or some small town. along I bject and each, by itself a and the farmers during the been floated without much damage. : 'IN
II'', ''aliI' ant! always give satisfaction.I -- -- ,-- Christian peopl. to make other provision & A. line. work of art-the creation from the show. We think The Journal will be
I i Tha Franklin Guards Company L,
m ustomers to try them and if by which this good work maybe conception of the subject to the exe- |well patronized here in a few weeks.j ,
:1It atisfaciory to come back and get WORKS WONDERS carrie on. -- I cution of the details of construction All who have seen the paper ,; First Regiment held an election of officers I

r 'f mnn; but have never had a A home has existed heretofore and decoration, of an artist born. touch pleased with it Mr. Hogeboom which resulted in the election ;
CCuplaIUI: For sale by all druggists. known as the Pearl Eagan Home to DR., J. I::. ENNIS I In fact, 'he :Mardi Gras parade of | made many friends here during his of Lieutenant Hickey as Captain oj

A Wonderful Compound._ Cures, Piles. which many of our good people have 190(5(;, ,vill bs the most gorgeous SPEC- short stay ana1' we will venture to say Lieutenant S. Warren as First Lieutenant \
|AERONAUT MEETSAN contributed and in which many unfortunate -' tacle of any of its predecessors. In he will increase The Journal's subscription and Sergeant Zingarelli as Second !
AWFUL DEATH Eczema, Skin Itching, Skin Erup- children hav3 received the the beginning: of its preparation for list considerably on his re- Lieutenant tt'Wt
ATLANTA, GA., PHYSICIAN ADDRESSES celebration of Mardi Gras About a hundred of the laborers fop
tions, Cuts and Bruises blessins of life and civilized! society, this year's \turn.
By committee determinrd to in town Friday.i 'the Apalachicola' Northern Railroad
Associated Press. but for seines reason unknown to me THE. PEOPLE OF the carnival i Clark's Circus was
tr'tnt'mp Tex.. Jan. 22.-Lindsay I: the home has been abandoned for : place with Mr. Webr the responsibility The afternoon performance was largely -: h&\'e. arrived and have gone to workgrading r'-
:MPM a with the best skin MAT details of 'the there bein'g only half on East River One hundred i41 r;
young!: man traveling Doan's Ointment Is some time and an effort is being madeat PENSACOLA ON A of all of the parade attended ..
'lark and Stoneberger. ;: Carnivalj I treatment and the cheapest, because;' the present time to reopen the from the selection of the subject enough seats to accommodate the and twenty-five more are expeetea' to t.fll H t3,
vnm' fen from (.aloon at \Voolfeosi. I so little is required to cure. It cures: same.I TER OF HEALTH. anl preparation of the designs to crowd. The night; performance was day. ;
.>rda\' and died instantly. It 1 piles after leafs of torture. It cures respectfully request< the ministersof the construction of the floats. Thecommite also well patronized. The Apalachee Club has purchaseda I.\\ [
. 'it nii." first ascent as and cures and 'will be Mr. Lindsey is build- fine lot of furniture for its rooms. .
aeronaut Enterprising
an wisely r.Jr
*'" obstinate cases of eczema. It the gospel of this city; to taks this: acted 1 r
'Lrpp n b""'een fifteen\ hundred and I all skin itching. It cures skin eruptions. -:, matter up with their churches- and I "To Whom It May Concern:-Cf unanimously endorsed by the thousands --- -- -- ---------- ---
-e--- 'hoiisand feet in'the air he lost I It heals cuts iruises. scratches : with the goof people of this city of late there has been a good-deal of discussion who will witness this year's parade -- -- '

boil The' and fell with frightful rapirf-i and abrasIcns without leaving I I whom there are many, to secure the in regard to advertised mc'i'i-' -I on the: evening of February :27. I KIN HARD

"tarmda home of the young man wao scar. It cures permanently Pensi- necessary funds to repair refurnish I cmes, their values sand powertu: : cure.
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ECZEMAS
co'a testimony proves it. .and r -o'n:: this home. I It want to say to'the people of Pen- Cotton Futures. WINTER AND DRYSome
TO H. E. Powell, machinist by trade, There is a person in this city, a tacola' that, I believe the most valuable !New' York Jan. 22.-Cotton futures
CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY residing, on West Cervantes street,! kind Christian lady, who is willing to t cod liver oil preparation; the opened quiet and steady. January

1 ':k* LAXATIVE BROMO: Quinine, says; "1 was a sufferer from itching'. take charge of the home as matron, best bodybuilder: health restorer, and 11.50 bid;. February 11.61larcb: skin diseases are active in Summer, while others wait until cold
'suets:!! Druggists refund money if it piles fork more than seven years and I which I consider! fortu.natc. and there I strength creator known to medicine. 11.77fa), 11-87; July 11:93, ; August weather to manifest themselves Winter Eczema sleeps in the system through +
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I -is 10 cure E. W. GROVE'S signa-. nothing I ,could get deemed to help I are some children in the city who to-day is Vinol.. 11.72 bid; September offered at 11.0:;; the long hot months, and gives no sign of its presence; but at the coming of
-e 1 U on each box. :25c. me. I suffered both day and night 'were 'lift moth?rl,'ss bv the yellow i While Vinol does not contain the October 10.03.;) Winter the trouble asserts itself and it becomes one of the most pair.ful and
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frw and it was impossibly for ms to get lever in the last year, and others who I s)stem-clogging oil of old fashioned distressing of all skin diseases. The blood is filled with poisonous acids ""

n..ttlo3 of any Rater except to sleep a night on account ef the ler-) have been left fatherless and in addition -I cod lifer oil and emulsions;: actually .. I which seem'to be excited by the cold; and as these are thrown off through ,
WHITE ROCK When>; I read about does contain "all the curative, medicinal A Triple Col cldeac
tip rible suffering. > \ other children likewise unfortu- the and glands, the skin cracks and bleeds, the flesh becomes hot and
.ow awu* at anv of the swell Doan's Ointment I $thought\ I' 'wouli, : : nat?ly situated who should be in the.I principles of the cot: s liver4n'ahighly A correspondent of the London pores intense. The natural oils which keep the skin soft "
U's feverish and the itching
c-iub. or Cafes in any city I try it. and procured a' box at Sidney! borate concentrated form, and It is: 'I' Standard relates the following triple and dried by the cold bleak winds, causing it to become hard
--- or llomana trust that : delicious; to take. taken from an 'old pliant are ,up
-- Kahn's drug store corner I our good people of this coincidence
i mann-I
' |-RGE CROWD OF YOUNG I: and Palafox streets. It cured me completely city will at once interest themselvesin i I advise It in my practice' and I script diary dated 1S42 In' and dry,giving it that shiny,leathery appearance,characteristic:of the di other ease. fry

I MEN WERE ARRESTED; I cannot praise it highly II this matter. find it hasno ''Qual.for healing II relative quotes from an -old Journal: I The head. face, hands and feet are the usual points of attack, though 1,

i'I enough, and have1 recopimended It to Yours respectfully, I ccughs, colds? bronchial troubles ,and I II : "In the year IG&i on.Dec.B. a boat on'' parts of the body may be affected. So painful and distressing is the trouble relief.

,'Th. lint officials arrested a large! more than a score of friends' during I CHAS. H. 1JL1SS.Major.::; I sore |lungs.I I'tie Menal '(Menal strait In north that the sufferer constantly "doctors" and treats it trying to get
i :'w. ,0'r MMing men who are charg-/ the past three months and I knowof 'i I : have used Vinol in many cases of I Wales) crossing that strait, over which ',Soothing, washes medicated ointments and salves are used but aside from '

! ao',, n.\ttrg been engaged in gam one friend who used it for eczema I" P. S. Since the above was written,j indigestion! mal-assimilatlqn!1', and for I! a bridge' has since been built, with giving temporary relief they do no good. The cause is poisonous acids in

:'ttt rut, voting; men all of whom i on' his hands and he has since, told I 11 sei: communicatioi on the sans! 1 patients who were anaemic and ruadown' I II I passenge.no. was upset, and the blood and these must be removed before a cure can be effected The only +
. I numbered\ about seventeen me that it cured him promptly and i i :subject from a well known gentle with splendid results" I have I eighty-one passenger. named Hugh W1I- cure for Winter Eczema is S. S. S., the greatest of all blood purifiers. It
: ;to ** .--aiherrdon bench: east! effectively. I unhesitating recommend tcan. C. 11. B. I found Vinol to be a boom,to "he,a'ied,': only one On the same"date. cleanses the entire blood supply of the acrid
i'*Tarragona. street wharf, when the a trial of Doaa's Ointment; ; to as it aii's the enfeebled system to sustain Hams WAS saved. another poisons and sends afresh, healthy stream to the
-'te>. fom itching skn: life it induces appetite;and restful In the year 1785, was upset it and cur-
| arrived and arrested them. anyone suffering:: any ; diseased skin healing softening Tert
disease. I fed 1 confident thit they I i Dr Clarence B. Strouse, the director fleep. it is"'a real.body-buHder..and. 'boat, containing about sixty passengers S S S ing the painful. itchingand: eruptions.""S. S. S. ,

Ensign Wade Acquitted. will not be disappoint J in the results t I of the conference, and one of Ametlico's thus prolongs life. of whom all perished exceptingone William O enters the blood and purifies it"of all waste and a'
most sucessful evangelists and Relieve'' Vinol to'bewell .'orihyof whose name was Hugh
obtained"For Winter Eczema or
|, \"aShngton. ., matter and cures
1
Jan. Chas.5ftaa foreign
2.Ensign sale by all, dealers. Price 50 1 ja number of others. any honest physician's endorsement" On Aug. 5, 1820 a third boat met'with PURELY VEGETABLE. called-safely as well *
: Tetter it is sometimes
-aarged with as
responsibility
IUburn Co.,, Buffalo Low rates have been grantedGainesville Our local druggists. ,W. 1L WhiteR the same disaster with twenty-five '
J" "-xp 'ion on the gunboat Ben-! cents York Fo u sole r. agents for the United : to the last of April. Co.. sell Vinol to-the people 4 of Pen- passengers only, and all perished with as surely; besides it does not contain any harmful mineral to derange or J'J" ;
"ua New and medical
San harbor CaliH of Book Skin Diseases any 1
Diego
States For further Information addre sicola) on a positive :guarantee; If it the'exception of one.. whose name was 'damage any part the"system. : on
i t.a. III months ago, has been ac.- rlinand Gaines- saiVfaction.the! entire advice need, free. CO. ATLANTA, CA f
H 'Remember the-name.' .Poan s-and. Bayer) Secretary, fails to' give ; Kngh Williams" you TIlE SWIFT SPECIFIC ,
''he court-martial In his : ,
i-"Q take no other: "' yule, Florida. purchase money, will be: refunded_ 'J : ,

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ri FAGEFOU .7- THE PEN SAC 0 i. JOURNAL, Tj.t; :$ .J. yo MORNING, .JANUARY, 23, '1808

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I pi 'generic character; while* this, .iS'there1yarnatter I I.,' : .- ."H._, .* ?'iit- Averts Cherry, Pectoral- =)l.iS_not- --a-,-,simplA OPERA
p of color; '* 1 1I ., 1": ':t-rj.t: ( 1f. HOUSE
ibt j In this mal. I am sending you two i; .INTELLIGENT FARMFNG X cough'syruP.ft is t strong medicine i a

'tnj t toIa _( UfII1 l 4 a photos rooster showing of normal the hen color.mounted with i,_i **,.:. OF FLORIDA_ WATERS., >*< DoctorsM severe doctor's and medicine'desperate It cases.cvpes.bird Especially cases, ,i ONE NIGHT ONLY! -

Yours very .truly, AJacksonville Times-Union. good in bronchitis, pleurisy consump-

C,. E. PLEAS. I,,I -4 di tion. Ask your doctor all about this.Miccrct Tuesday, Jan. 23.
I I.we ... *..iIWi .
Daily. Weekly. ::7 # -e C fc J C Ar rCo.,
Sunday. <..f.I ._il.t t,II tvfmettftuM. LowelL MMW >. -
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The photographs referred to bj -
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PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING .EXCEPT MONDAY t Pleas are beautifully made and show I I 'The ilarland legislature is now *! ,, JULES MURRY
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: I a bird of unusual markings but verypretty ,, fighting opposing.'
-BT- neterthele-js. The birds are bills: to -aesperately over ojster of !.. ...... .o. ....... .................+..S..t i PRESENTS
revIve! the luscious j
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: THE I .
JOURNAL COMPANY. her shorea-extermination is no longer | ,
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uron a table ami!; are natural and -
I, hke. !,' a danger but a certainty in thelj! I Get Married January CRESTON ClARK

I FBASK L. HAYES, PanlDU'1' ___ I very near the physicians
.on GMEIAL JduJ.OU. future, and
City':Survey Lines. I il cannot even diagnosis of I'| on a
Editor Pensacola Journal. agree Furnishings.J ...i n...
MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. All Spanish' surveys were made!I the dIsease.Vith! her it Is a local': : .: T! ) t.: :

., I from th ne dU bearing, and the ac.i: danger appiyjug to the Chesapeake You Can Buy Now : : (: : .r MONSIEURBEAUPAIRE
' : companying plots were s:) drawn; the i]r(Bay and to her tax books: ; with the! \/-J,' .J- : ,
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SUBSCRIPTION RATES. 'variation of the needle for the year' si i ":. .. '
'i country it national one, touching J and Pay Lat r. \ .' %. : I '

One Year............ being given separately! on the plat. the comfortand f# health pf a whole I j
$5 00 One Month..... .... :
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45 vanai'on for 17623 the :
: The when
Six : Pretty Chairs from 75c. i
Months ...... Bedroom Suits from J20.00 .
up.
.... 2 50 people. Whftie
: I I One Week ........... 10 II English plan of the City waj made, wU hivind goes higher j ..' comfortable 'I _
Three MonUu....... 1 25 i I'i : to U.50Iattresscs\ $250 to $15,09: easj J I'
Weekly Edition. lur.$! 00 .! about 4 Jet. -30 aiin northeast. Bt 1 and higher -rf* fereat food Supply I Sideboards 715.00 to $6.00.MARSTON&QUINA. ,, .
.00
I Springs $%50 to $; ;
Paper on Sal* at all News Stands. the records i: was, in 1806. 7 dEl 1;. !>* ,-I should! not fail the land. Practical! g .1i I PRICES-25c. 50c 75c, $1.00 and $1sa

r mm. and in 1817. it was 9 deg. 45: the oyster has been exterminated la I IJ I Seats on Sale Saturday ai XOJIL:

THC ONLY ,I mm. Th" average$ increase of the variation Europe. where fleets once sailed fron,; 11 I ----- __
PENSACOLA NEWSPAPER FROM WHICH A DETAILED from 17623 to 1817 was firj the Tiber to feed,the Roman epicures:>>, ''

4 CIRCULATION STATEMENT CAN BE SECURED. \ minutes per annum. Since the: year' with choice bivalves from Britain lOMb 1 ; S. Palafox St. Phone 148. Pensacola,_,Fla. '! I ONE NIGHT ONLY
1817 the variation; has
i decreased quite bad Caesar known of our abundant i'

; Offlce --10S and I. I uniformly at a ,lit'le over.thres and a''-.. suppl ,he would }have saileu: on and :4..4+G..,........ .. ....... ...- .... _. I;, Wednesday Evening, Jan 24.
. 110 East Government Street J quarter minutes per annum nearly .'p become a Columbus. I

TELEPHONE No. 33. : to the Ov;;inning of the new century, Whj is not a syndicate formed to 1i4444 I America's Leading

if :' I so that having the needle bearing for farm our Florida,waters? Every')'earl! ::1) Tragedian
f
; any time for eighty years after 1817. our native supply is drawn upon more a I
PE S.COL.FLORIDA, TUESDAY MOR.NKNG. JANUARY :23.! 1906 ; it is 'easy to Jill closely the year in 'and more with no more care tnar' JOHN GRIFFITH

. !, which i ie surrey was made.' the Romans showed. Has science done i WHO MAKES YOUR'CLOTHES ? I'
r f: I II I I mako !heb( remarks as preliminary nothing for us in the interval between : ; 1- and a superior
:. *i4tl'a *i: j4:7U: ia those who make the town-th faim-' i to proving; the regularity of the city'''Caesar: and Roosevelt or do we, lik**.i J Ji > tf" company
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;:: *! WHERE THE JOURNAL er? I l lines except: where they have been,4t i!I the Roman look forward to a time,' ; Why not hive thtm bum right hero at home, where von I! ZII77 in a majestic revival

For fconie Jim p.ast The, Journal. has!I 'encroached upon and the case with,i: when we mUt'l lose our patrimony, or Pfinallv. can have privilege ot try-on, and{etwhatyou want?
CAN BE FOUND. # of
It tJ Shakepeare'simmortal
# been loin:; everything possible to in-i]'which thc e encroachments can be located -: are we- unfit to preserve our | il
This I propose to do through I cwn? Experts assure us that proper I}i k'J1 tragedy
ft The Pensacola Journal is on itit crease the number of rural free de-j'. THE REESE-MENDEL TAILORING COMPANY 1 :
)our columns if you think it worth measures i will multiply the supply :
. the sale city at the following] places in ** l lk liter) hines; in this section and to that I i I'I I while. I I I while guarding it against the foe: possibility -,' ,. r.{ c7L King Richard

, 0 Bay Hotel. end nov has one of its traveling rep-|| .. W. II. \VISOV, i: of exhaustion; the profit is a, are turning out some swell clothes. Should lOU need a suit drop in *::

' :: Coe', Book Store. # resentativea canvassing this and ad f'I 1 Ex:.City Engin
, :; Depot News Stand joining counties. getting up petitions] I Wealth waits for a chance of In\'ett.J ,; elesant line of Sui'ings and Trous>erms3. and at'' prices that'will surely ,c
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'. 2 Gem Book Stor. thai $ 'ment in every other necessity of life-j,I ; tempt you to bu). I- : j;
for and $1.59
new routes impressing $1.00
I 75c, SOc
wha.oid ? Is it true of s <
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4 I i 1 i :t> *fMerchants Hotel Escambia.Hotel. ** need of such routes and th great ben];. SAID OF PENSACOLA, 'IIi'*I II I I this as of every tne oyster other Florida opportunity -i! *...'.. o"?.....,,,......JO...?""; .:..:...... ....,.:.:.!!f''_"' ;'....'....""a... >>.....-'#.,... '!, 25c. Sale of seats beqin Monday

,, r Southern Hotel. cuts to lie dented from their cstablishmeti .'l # AND PENSACOLIANS. .4 I that' the field i is "to big to be!", __ ___'___ __n_ ,__ __ ______ -'_- at noon at Coe's Book Store,
Thompson's Book Store. : upon farmer and others ornered? I I ,
... For be cultiv -
Walker's Book Store. )h t the oysterfarnis coulj'
who live away from the railroad. 'i-I -
4 1 ted from Fern ndina all round our No. 5603. -
?I- ;r. H The encouragement that has b ea : Will Furnish Excitement' 1500. mile of'' coast think that all H. L. COVINGTON; President M. E. CLARK CU! ler.,,.> Thursday, Jan. 25.
?f received thus far leads The Journal I I the hundred' miles of Indian nter C. W. LAMAR. Vue-Presldtnt. JNO. PPEIFFER. Acst.; Cashier.
The Senatorial race i m E&cambla. t.rst Anoearanc hereof hi..IK uShelles
to 'believe that within a comparatively county I Is '. to be could be made one oyster farm with- i Dig Prortuuuv
oing one that will I'H
.. I r Do Produce Dealers short time nearly every home in Es- ;: furnish plenty of excitement. Hon )lout great a portion break of The the same Halifax is true reaching of a THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANKOF 'nr,' M Blossom J>

r John S. Beard, a well known I 1
Lack cambia county will have mail delivered public i practical! from St. Augustine provided -
"Horse Sense.
: man, an Hon J, Campbell Avery, PENSACOLA FLA.
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inlets provided by cutting Great Racing
by rural carrier: direct to the door. I member of the last Play
House and both ,
Som t!pie ago The Journal published of Pensacola L I through a,Jew hundred )ards of sand DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES
will
content for the
1: th* following paragraph The Pensacola Journal attributes Both gentlemen have ,a large position -i.I at proper ends, fnt.ervals.Where, of Indian Capital Stock, $200,000 Surplus $40,000
t : nter &another series lagoons
South Florida truck Ircle of friends CHECKERS(
growers maybe !
"the downfall of Dpaw to the vig: throughout the entire l!' gin, and,,, passing :south from Bis- DXHEOTO .8
somewhat surprised to !learn thata who
staje
be
& orous fight made against him by WilI -I would 'glad to seesuect"st'ful cane we enter yet. broader watere, Henry L. Covlngton, S. J. FO hee.
lafg of the from item!
part
produce and it
safe
Ham R. Hearst." The Journal is a is to say all protected andwith inlets already A. M- Avery
: that toe'ion of the state when I rabid "H 1fstite" and may be expect. that each will do his best to'win the i protided UP.the west coast aam. ,J. it. Pfeiffer. W. H. Milton Jr., Direct from its Fourteenth E i ia; g''".
reaches the Pensacola market comes position.-Tampa Herald. Bryan Dunwofiy. o. E. ment in Greater NFWor> .- ,
I ed to claim for the ambitious NewYorlcar i the same facts applIt is only: i Maura
via New Orleans. In other words. the exerytaing in sight but this I S question of choice. -first come, first Frank 11.eUlr.: w. ,L. Cawtcon. the Entire New York Ca..
t trucker ships his produce through a I contention is rather more far.fetched Favors Col. Kehoe. cert ed. W. S. Rosaaco C. A. O'Neal

I market where prices are high", to A I I than plausible. Mr Depew doubtless .1 The Calhoun Democrat comes, out I i With her frjiits i Florida has rivals, T. F. McGourin. Dr. W. J. Hannah. 150PEOPLE150PRICES

commission merchant 250 mile$ fur-I credits Ills "downfall" chiefly to the i m a long editorial announcing thecandia'ac ; After a short monopoly for her winter P. E. Brawner. McKenzie OertlaK.C. i : NIGHT 25c, 50c. '-
,. : ther on who. in turn. sells it to the legislative insurance Investigation )' of Walter Kehoe of Marian,'' vegetables supplies from other ...., W. Lunar Alex McGowin,
.' Pensacola retailer. The grower could St. Ausuotina Record. j I na, for congressman from the third: tatcs cut down thiericand; as we J, .R. Sanaders. C. :If* r.ovngt. ; 1.00 adn. $1.50.

. ';- cave the cost of transportation for a If I district to succeed Hon W.! B, Lamar;I go westward 'we tneec' the- produce of I. CHEER UP. GO 5.-JE "CHECKERS
our SL Aiigustine contemporary Account of Banks, Individuals, Corporations; and'Firms Meted.
t distance of ;aol m.les by using a little the present incumbent. /Now the the California groye$ andigaraens | .
i horse llfe." has ben able to discover any evidence Democrat could hardly ceuter on a Not so with oysters:. the)- would Four percent 'Interest paid on Time Deposit -

The Zo'fo! Advertiser, in republishing -I anywhere: that Mr Depew even more popular or -more deserving bate all the continent for. their own,

I the above comments thereon as "credits" his own downfall it has dona Democrat than Cot Kehoe wno has and the demand could never grow I CONCER7
been a Democrat all of his life and I
r tuan lees. for the increase of populatioa
I
follow: more either the New York state .
lias held .
public office to the satfefac would balance increase of '
legislature or the has any supply \VM H. KNOWLES, President. W. K. HYER. JR., V.-Pres.. and CashieTIIOS. ...BENEFIT
tJ And jet we fail to note the advertisement general public tion of Us constituenc In the even'* i from 'oiber59ources. The Florida '
' 1 of a solitary Pensacola produce been able to do. The fact remains: that Col. Kehoe decides to enter the legislature has;already, prodded protective W. BRENT Asst. Cashier. W. N. ROBERTS.. Asst Cashter.. I

dealer in The Journal. \\ ha:. shall however, that were it not for men race he not look for any detrimental I laws*-over which warring in- ,: 'Christ Church Sunday School
we snio to? Now honestlj Ian t that marks from this pen.-Bristol Bee.: terests in Maryland are struggling, -
like Hearst and for like \
U lack of orse sense" at Pensacola newspapers S S and those of Virginia fight each otherto Library: Hall
th, dealers his n ,":spaper$ there would probabl Ptnsacola's Progress. '
among produce standstill: here it is only needed

. t This Is a retort that we did not expect -' never have been any insurance investigatioft Pensacola emerges from her late that the business be undertaken be First National TUESDAY, JANUARY 23rd,
or any other movement In- cllow fever experience not one whit I fore the native bets are exhausted t 'flank
; but
nevertheless, cannot denythat tended to uncover the existence of injured thereb)'. In addition to tho and with enough capital to providethe I M. PAUL JONESMISS
I : it is absolutely correct. 'Florida yellow fever, the city has also had I security and the knowledge, and

truckers ship their product to those official rottenness and private and pub. some disastrous fires especially that I that should ,not be lacking. Invite

Those advertisements they read In lic graftIn which destrovea' the Brent block and I the oyster farmers and get rid of the of Pensacola, Fla, MALLORY
the Blount building. But we learn
oyster pirates.
; the newspapers. and. because Pensa MISS WHITE.
i another column this morning The from the city papers that already *
; ola commission merchants do not adrertlse I four more costly and Imposing struc MISS MACLAY,
Journal republishes an article which Canals Leesburg..
the business which ought to I II tures are preparing to take the place DIRECTORS F. C.; Brent, W. A. Blount, Wm. H. Knowles,
appeared in a recent issue of The New of those destroyed by the fire fiend It is up to-the Council to push thework MISS ANDERSON..
theirs slips right Pensa 'the W. K. Hyer, Jr., D. G. Brent.
i a through I Orleans Times-Democrat with whica I I lion.V.. A. Blount. who suffered so of digging canals from Lake .

tola' to the New Orleans market, thereto The Journal some time since had aslight severely from tne fire. In the loss of Harris and Lake Grffin to Leeburg's a Raff Treat for lover of Coed Maw
: be purchased by Pensacola dealers jInd I a magnificient library of law books (center which'that body will doubtless
j controversy relative to the proceed to do with all dispatch. Eight ADMISSION.
shipped back makinlg five hun merits '/f the respective harbors of in addition to his other losses is preparing thousand dollars hate been
"" -I I 1 1I to erect on the ruins of his provided Foreign and Domestic Exchange Bought and SoldWe Adults 50c. Children, 35c.
a !red miles of unnecessary tran prfrtaIon. .1, Pen acola and New Orleans the discussion -i late valuable building. a tall and ini bt' a vote of the people for the work,

with consequent expense and I Ir being brought on by the accident .: posing structure, amply sufficient ball r' and the canals will prove 'a great help -- .

deterioration to the product shipped I to the vessel bearing Presidant its purposes; and thus the marks in wealth.advancing The proposea1 Leesburg's:! canals'growth will and be draw our own Bills of Exchange VesselsdIaburseduo! !, the most Florida and Alabama
The g'st! of this whole matter is I of fire will soon be eradicated and thicity's ;! Great Britain, Ireland, '
: Roosevelt upon the occasion of his sP'entfive feet wide and have a on Favorable Term, and their obligations -

If Penaacola commission men want visit to New Orleans last fall Tile wonderfully appearance inproved In that quarter You cant willbe I depth of eight feet of ,water. The basins Germany,San France: Belgium Austria Rutsia.Italy taken payaple l at Port of LAND COMPAN
I Holland
produce shipped to thuui they must will be ,one hundred and twenty- .
article in Question bears out the con keep a 'goou' man down nor a progres: Norway Sweden Denmark and Destination Ten Day After Vessel
:: advertise that fact; if they do not ad'jtntion of The Journal that there is sive, public spirited city from growing fit e feet and in diameter all work, and the with approaches other European countries. Arrives thtr Manufacturers of
connected
. ,v rtlse some one else will get the bus and Dealers in
!!: no comparison bstween P nsaccla's S the enterprise will be first- lass.- -- -
t. LUMBER SAWED CYPRESS SHINGLES
iness.
:, ; II maritime facilities:: anJ those of New Areemf *n'th. Operatic) Stage. Leesburg Commercial. Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent, in Connection with which we AND KILN.DRIED SAP.

f The Apalachicola Times In its new Orleans and that navigation of the Ko Englishman' with daughters couiolo

; form is one of the best weeklies inf i Mls&iasipp! river below New Orleans a rasher thing than permit them to: The Journal Printed During have a Private Department for the use of! _Renters. VVOODAil
take lessons from eminent professorsI ,
I the state. In addition to its local and I is dangerous and always will be. ,
I! a view of going on the stage. The December 1905
;, t editorial features it now has a tel -, opera stage In England Savings Department-Interest Paid on, Deposits at
: scarcely ex kinds that van!.
lion. J, Walter of you
Kehoe. PensacoX Total of
} graphic and cartoon service which I .1: l 1st;*. At Covent Garden a woman who; a
is a candidate to succeed Mr. Lamar rate of 4 per cent per'annum.I .
adds much! to the value and appearance can speak good English can only get
as from the Third dis.
congressman
r- of the paper. trict.-Jacksonville Times.Union. in by force of social Influence, and 154,850COPIES OAK AND PINE
abroad no ,
a foreigner has n.ry'gr at difficulty / -r--
The Times-Union, like several other
,:: Rural Free Delivery becauseabe cannot speak or HILTON ORXKN.: FBIIIOCKT. T. K. W KLLES,Vea.paUID.1fT, cheaper than you can buy
newspapers have jumped to a Conclusion sing with a perfect accent. The foreign B. SI. vBXiLL.CAiBiir MANSFJXUJ MORENO.Last.CASHICH it anywhere. Any size you

P. In Florida. because the gentleman in question lady or gentleman coeues acrosshereatd : or an average of Citizens National Bank want.

I has been suggested as a possible' on occasion will venture to ,
Upon the subject! bf rural free d<;>-. sing in English, and their mistakes of Pf'l1ueo' florida
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Candida. Mr. Kehoe has
not an- I i E.: C. SEWELLPhone
: livery in the state of Florida, but especially bring nothing more than a s'-ilc to the 5,735 :iroetz'a.
nounced candidate
as for the
with reference to the lines a o.ce faces of the audience But i" an English Gto* Wright Morrt$ asar. tf T. I. Wellu!
Klx )f. RoMnion. t. Hilton Gr. .. 614.
r centering at Lake City The Lake City I singer go to France or Germany : DAILY A ENR- \NK1NQ BUSINESS TRANSACTED.
: and something' totally different happens
Jndex has the following to say -
.
On September 1st, 1905; there were : VOX POPULI i The following figures show: The Pen- 5 .
in operation( in the state of Florida z iAn lu 1897" Tamagno sans at Monte Carlo sacola Journal's circulation for each Marine Grocery .

thirty rural free delivery routes of' i before an audience which was mainly day during the mQnth of December .................. ...e..............................

which B ven -went out from Lake City.I' Frenth. lie mispronounced a word 1905, with the average number of J. S. REESE- Present. E. W. MENEJTEE.' Cashier. I 604 606 608, 610 S. Pa'afox! St

The first routes in the state were put I and a peal of derisive laughter covered I copifs daily: R. M. CAR!'. VIce-PresldenL .'' Phone 725.

I : Into operation at this, place. Now Albino Quail./ even his stentorian notes. In Brussels Dec. 1, 5,750 Dec. 16, 5.600
there ars in active 'operation fifty Editor Pensacola Journal: I heard an American tenor laughed at Dec. 2. 5,700 Dec 17, 6,100,,' I THE PEOPLE'S BANK OF PENSACOIA i I: V. J. VIDAL, Manager.THE .

routes In Florida and Mr Britten is Mr.V. A. Broom now of West. because come: of his vowels( were not Dec. 3. 5,900 Dec. 18, .o.. Directors-L. J. Reves, J. a. Reese, W. DeC KSsSI'' '. R. M. Cuff, \ \ -

:' kept busy all tha time installing new \ille. Fla., shot and killed a spotted quite pure- Bnifesl; where their Dec. 4 ... Dec. 19, 5,600 W. A. D'Alembcrtc, T. A. Jennings. > HOME OF; GOOD THINGS T8

ones. The total salary paid the fifty quail near this place recently. It h> French is the mostVillajnous patois I I I I Dec. 5, 5750 Dec. 20. 5,600Dec. t TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. 4 EAT.

2 carriers' u $35.442 'yearly. quite a curiosity ana' has ttracted I have ever heard. In Germany I have i I 6, 5,750 Dec. 21, 5,600// YOUR ACCOUNT IS RESPECTFUt.LSOU CITED. $
The }postofflce department only requires I much attention among the sportsmen heard both French and English artists I j I r Dec. 7, 5.700 Dec. 22, 5,600 ++l4 SI....+.*.S.4.4.+...........<'>..>$!.S.........C+lI Just Received'a

: holt the routes shall be well I and others of this place The bird is I laughed at because their accent j' Dec, 8,. 5,650 Dec. 23. 5.600 Halibut Chunks, Halibut Qu < .

patronized% and that t the roads be i i a female and nearly half the feathersof ; not corTect.-London was 'I Dec 9, 56SO Dec. 24, 6,100 50 kits of fancy Mackere'. _, .*
absolutely Satur
kept unobstructed and in good repair of upper side are white. The top Dec. 10, 5,900 Dec. 25. ....'.' kit.
', and that the streams that are likely of the head Is white; the primar)" day Review. Dec. 11. ';o.. Dec 26. 5,600 .. { .... 50 kits Salmon. Jl 23; per ..

to delay a carrier shall be kept briJg I wing feathers 'are white and about Dec. 12, 5,650 Dec 27, 5.600 R. If.C." ...A. -61O ..J... .,....,. 50 kits halibut fins. $K; ;'. -> klt ,
ed. half of the secondary win'g feathers; A Literary 'Colaeldeace. I Dec. 13. 5.650 Dec 28, 5.600 'Pre.. ""'-' .....,.. s.c... 50 kits of Cod Tongues O" > :,>03JII : :| I.

,; If you are interested in the rural and coverts are white while the en "My father*W. Clark Russell." said Dec. 14, 5.600 Dec. 29. 5,600 Wholelale l and Retail Dealer in .:25! per kit.Bloaters. ,. .
tire underparts' front are normallj Dec. 15, 5.600 Dec. 30, 5,750 StamDomesticAnthracte Milkers and Ro' rt -*
: tell neighbor what ,
Brvic', Just your : Herbert Russell of
In telling a
literary
colored I C 0 A PV'"""
except for one single L :Of'
I white Dec. 31, 6,650 Codfish, Pickled Salmon,
a good thing It is, and have him put' feather in the center of the breast. Coincidence. *had finished maturing the I j I I and Blacksmith' German Sauer Krout
up a box en: the route, if he has not Plot of his The Death Office' -Xo. 43: South: Palafox street. Telephone 1 93.
Albinos novel Ship/, -
are not ..
-. uncommon in near- Total for the month .....154, Pigs Feet in kits. $1 Of<
already done so.travels settlement' I Iy all classes of birds and animals; in I whIch is a version of the legend of \"an-I I : 50'I 'II) Yard corner Tarragona and Gonzalez sfeets Phones 6 and "372 I I Manewal. and Langes .. it"'
carrier on ;.c
If the fact the-yare much more derdecken. I *was his amanuensis at ___-I Frui ace: -
frequent : Biscuit Co's
.... .... National
:-i;
roads near jour place, I Average per day 5,735;
' or private than such specimens as this. I had I the time. He ,said to me, 'Tomorrow I : In pcund >
per
them in bad times, ''so that I j
look after .
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I expected to find on skinning the bird we will ;J - -- I '2Coffee -
to I begin the story On the following I. I I hereby certify that the above 4 \\V handle the celebrar -ef
he may not have any reason complain for mounting that c
: these
markings I morning when I entered his statement If correct according to th I roasted by the Gull
of bad roads. were the result of having been rough study to take his dictation of the openIng records fib in' this omce. $ Co. H. P. Chipman. Manas.. ,.,.
from on
' : We now have eight routes I ly: handled( in some cats' claws at lines SHINGLES SASH. DOORS 'WINDOW'GLASS Oaxaca. 35c lb.; Gold S' ar" :;
letter
of the :: he showed me a he bad FRED A. SWEET ,
Lake City and the total pay home previous time, but there was 25r ''
no' I Ib Diamond Blend
Just received. It from W. Circulation :
carriers each year is $3,760 % I such evidence, was S. Gilbert. I- Manager.Sworn BUILDING lb.Strictly .
: \ Isn't this worth keeping::? And I I M._ Broom says. it is mixed with the well k own dramatist' asking to and subscribed- before me MATERIAL. Rio. 20c fresh roasted I .'oo
should ourselves to a Hi- Bantam chicken but him why he dd) not write: a novel this 1st day: of January, 1906.. :
we not put I the hjbndizins II. in ih
Phone Cotee'sold
l tie inconvenience for the comfort of ,of different breeds produces changes: ; about the Flying Dutchnian, :PERRY DICKE.V.Notary Public.. H. G. DeSILVA& CO. I II as Send any us jour orders and .' a..", t'

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*#fj***# %* % $% LEGAL IDVERTiSEMEHT of the stockholders shall be held on t
itt the first Monday In February of each ilii;

year, and the officers and directors ? :
---v v& #: ,- *? Notice for publication. Departmentof Ifi
AMUSEMENTS > v *? shall be annually elected on that day.: ; di 4
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& $ th Interior Land Office at Gainesville The officers shall be a President. a tf..tJ
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V : Fla.. Jan. 13, 1906. Notice is Vice President and a Secretary and, !

( hereby: given that the following Dam d Treasurer and such other officers as 1 '
i ##* $ $ j' C settler has fi'.ed! notice of his Intentionto provided for in the By-Laws. tft
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make commutation i proof in support .
ARTICLE VI. li1 ;
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iII t. I Ip of his claim and that said proof Limit of I Indebtedness. P:!

i; :' will be made before Clerk Circuit This corporation shall at no time -<
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:Y1 : Court, ru Pensacola Fla.. on Fbruary incur an indebtedness or liability exceeding i
24:! 1906, viz: Marion M. Cooper of fifteen thousand ($15,000.00)) u
Bluff Springs "' 1.. Hd. 3031 for the dollars. Iri.I;;

NB% at SE 4 of sctlon 36, Tp. 6 N. ARTICLE VIII. .'f,:

: ; R. 32 W. He names the following wit Names and Residences of the Incorporate (t: :

nesses to prove his continuous residence &.c. t lf r '
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upon and cultivation! of said I The nimes and residences of the incorporators U-v.1' .t'

land, viz: H. D. Barrow of Conoe I and the amount of stock iif"'. 't.

i.Si. Station, Ala., R. H. *Barrow, of Co-' subscribed! for by each of them are as f1f- .t\'
: noe Station.! Ala., J. J. Mobley, of Co-I follows: a tl !tI
noe Station. Ala.. Perry Cooper of Name Residence! Shares Amt. -I!

Bluff Springs. Fla.V.. G. Robinson I R. A. Bombay. McDavil. Fla. 40 MOO tr4t)

/ 4 I Register. 16janoaw4w J E. Bowman, McDavid, 'Fla. 10 1,000 t1 f

I CJTii& LT. P. Harrison M.cDavid, Fla. 10 1.000'
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MASTER'S SALE. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, we, the
b4 By virtue of a decree of foreclosure subscribing incorporators have hereunto
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F .J.JI rendered by the Hon. Francis B. Carter set our hands this 19th day of :'" -

'*>. judge of the circuit court of Es- January, A. D. 1906.R. .
cambia county Florida on the 19th A. BONIFAY,
I ;$i / day of December. A. p. 1903. in tho J. E. BOWMAN

c.4J l. t ';f,/ case of E. J. Elliott against Robert J. P. HARRISON.
'''S '' "'" Francis Johnson. I will on Monday,
the ;3th; day of Fjbruary, ,\. D. 1906, State of Florida,
I -, I :i. I r sell at public auction before th; court County of Escambia.

-. 4 ... $" p s \ ..-xsrL4 house doors! In the city of Pen sa c:>Ia.Eseambla Before the subscriber, a notary public 43

.- '_ ; d'; county Florida. between th3 duly commissioned, qualified and t4I
'A V legal hours of sale tae: following 'described acting in and for the said state and;

4/ # ral property situate. lying and count-, personally app ared R A. .tlt

: r being: in I the city of Pens cola, Es-:1 Bonifay, J. E. Bowman and J, P. Har
; .- .i _. te: cambia 'county. '. ,orida, to-wit The i; rison. Known to me to be the Individuals -
; --. -- I East Half of Lot One Hundred and described, and acknowledged that

Eight in Block No. Eighteen of the they executed the foregoing h :;tru-

) COME ON, REMORSE!" THE FINISH' OF THE GREAT RACE IN' "CHECKERS." \ plan] of Peneacola. E ambia! county,I ment for uses and purposes therein
/ ; Florida and fronting on Government expressed.
? I street Tog?ther with tenements here Given under ray hand and official
? costumes and the' excellence of the here with the original company with ability and are under the personal direction ditaments and appurtenances thereunto I teal this 19th day of January, A. D. .s1lj'
kI supporting cast he had on tour. the exception of-'lIans Robert whom of Prof. Harry Gooding whoseuork'xvith belonging or in anywise appertaining.Deed 1906.
'ij. This is the last season Mr. Clarks the inana, ement succeeded in securing : the 'baton for the past several at cost of the purchaser. Pat- (Signed) J. M. HARRISON,
appears in "Monsieur Beaucaire" as ,for the,title TolfJ; '"Checkers" has years has been nothing short of, tillo Campbell Special Master. J. P.
a new play is now being written, for, made a dfatinct'nit' 'Vherever seen. It phenomenal. The Band as a whole is 2janoaw5w.! : 22janoaw4w. .
him. is: a play full of American humor and made' up from orphans of the Georgia

Those who are absent from the' with as pretty a love story as has Industrial Home, whose doors are NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that Proposals will be received at the
theatre to-night will miss what is been heard in many a long day and thrown open to''all homeless and the unJei! signed intend! to apply to Bureau of Supplies and Accounts

surely! one of the best dramatic: offerings I is wholly free from both vulgarityand : friendless children for whom it pro- the Governor of the State! 'of Floridaon : Nevy Department, Washington D. C..
I MR. CLESTON: CLARKE. of. the season and i Is W..aly cn-|, suggestIveness: ,, I I poses not only to provide a support I th2 2ith: day of February, A.U-.I I until 10 o'clock a. m., February fi,
but special training for some occupation -
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tiorsed by Manager Coe. I 1906, for ietters patent incorporatingthem I 1906; and publicly 9pened immediately -
Last Night's Play. ir.d inclement weather the piece was I Never has Creston Clarke appeared I!I Gooding's Orphan Boys' Band. in life. i their associates and successors, thereafter to furnish at the navyyard
-The Sign of the Cross" was ware considerably:: cut. Yesterdays presen-l! to better advantage and never has The music loving; people of Pensa- It is in the' Interest of this. Home into a holy: politic and corporals:; under Psnsacola, Fla., 1,500 feet rub-
!, d ivnh :yesterday afternoon am 'ctions, however, were given with the:: this singularly magnetic young' actor cola are soon to be offered a feast of that: the Boys Band is touring.Chamberlain's the name of "'[HE BOWMAN I ber fire hose Applications for proposals -

kM!< night' by very large: audiences, all full equipment of the: company and; been surrounded by more beautiful melody. MERCANTILE COMPANY under I I should refer to Schedule :31.
... .\! "'h 'h": of tho 1 cast of players 'than 1 comic' The members of this organization Harmless.:
excellent production for days one of the strongest attractions lormly I excellent : ; of incorporation. application! to the office.
upon

navy
pay ,
for hint' ; from 9 to 18 yearsof The fault of giving childrn medicine -
to'ime Juics :Murry has provided range I
present season.
BON1JAY, Fla.
Pensacola the Bureau.
R. A. to
TV Sgn! of the Cross was played ia The plot of the play deals entirely I this season. No company of med!ocro age an}' consists of 19 pieces. each containing injurious! substances,' J. E. BOWMAN. H. T. B. Harris Paymaster or General J :;
I V -iisai-ola in the early part of last with the time of the great tyrant.Nero attainments could be cast for the rolesin and every player] ,a soloist] of marked f is sometimes more disastrous than tiel J. P. HARRISON.: U. S. NT. 23jan30 iThe :

IJ reason, ; but on account of late trains and the scenes are all laid in this romantic comeay.: They must' disease from which they are suffering. Incorporation of :. .
J Artcles: of
Rome which affords a wide scope fora fence dance the gavotte and minuet Every mother. should know that Cham I '
display ct prcttr costumes and exquisite of the period wheuo George theFourthwas QUIET, EFFECTIVE WORK. berlain's! ..Cough Remely is perfectly I THE BOWMAN MERCANTILE CO. United States of America, :
do hereby associate Northern District of Florida. Wb' I :;
We the undersigned reas. Ilf
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SOFT, GLOSSY HAIR.It I I scenery. King and comport themselveswith sat? for children tp taks. It contains : together for toe on the twenty-ninth day of D ember, r/t.
The cast Is made up of excellent the stately courtesy which ob-i Right Food Builds Up and Strengthens nothing harmful and for coughs, colds; ourselves; pur.\\ I.j
1903. Paul Master of
Egbert, the BritIsh
of badr: corporate -
becoming a
Can with Mr. Frank Smith in those days of gallantry.; and croup is unsurpassed. For sale by pose
Only Be Had Where There Is material and tamed Whl! .You Wait. t
] der the laws of the State cf Florida, Steamship "Lorele" filed a libel in : ;
Kean in the leading and ruffles. Especially are all druggists. .
- and Miss\ Alberta wigs
No Dandruff. I it is near perfect. Miss these! qualifications demanded: in. the "The improvement in my condition ,i the provisions of which! ara hereby ac-! the District Court of the United .! '
parts. very to States far the Nor. District fj' 1
Anv Mildred Johnson as "St .phanus.u the'outh ,! splendid scene at Lady Rellerton'sball .came very soon after had egun cepted. of FJa. t
) "()fr glossy man hair or woman be free who of wants dan. who Is tortured by Nero's men. ': room when Beaux and Belles: use Grape-Nut?, fo/>d. and so easilyand 30al.yard and E.ptanae.Ea I I I"esplanade" !; The following articles of incorporation against fifty tons of kalnlt. now lyingor
must I that I was a well shall constitute and bcome its stored on tb, dock of the Louisville t
of oldea naturally and boulevard" : t
themeeting are
'tuff, which causes falling hair. Since ill order to force him to; divulge I II tre lthe measure some "'
!I. music. that is a delight to wcman almost before I knew it, The :i charter upon the issuance of letters & Nashville: railroad company in the i3'n
has: become known that dandruff is place of the Christians, was '. ance to military terms.by origin. original"toulevanJ" '
; intricacies of the writes a Nebraska woman: : patent, according to lawfARTICLE port of P n3a0Ia.o'oI.. } .. tn a cause,: of tfl
: while the !
Her agonized* horizontal
I Rrni disease, the old hair orepara-I a feature of the. play. 'the ear -was a bulwark.0& ,i i
:1'
'I have suffered from Civil! and Maritime. And!
: of the For years I. contract t
'>onh I hat were mostly scalp irritants. screams roused tho audience to a dance. and the Intermingling part of rampart, attn an "espla'iDtde" j
E constipation.with, its accompanying Whtrsas by virtue of In due
!uv t bfeH beautilnl dresses of the ladies andvorgtxnis chronic } : Name and Place of Business. process f iM
". irhiM-j, and abandoned doctors and the public have, high pitch. costumes<<. ::; of the men pleasethe headaches languor and: extreme 'W:1S: originally the glacis or slopeof The name cf this corporation shall form of law, to me'! directed returnabl Lt:
included I Beaucaire." with a succession; of kaleidoscopic nervousness. This conditios the counterscarp of a fortifies: place.A i I be "The Bowman Mercantile Com on the fifth day of February :;
in
El ""'1'ivn only!to hair using Newhro'a Herpicide "Monsieur Crcston Clarke Beau alre.! dramitized eyes pictures that show there Is had gone on so Ian; without permanent I writer 200 'years ago noted that Ibo !pany." Its general office and place of|; 1906 I hav seized and taken the said ::
that kills
"t. --landruft preparation his novel 1 by Booth Tarkington.,! something ne.v under the sun-/something : relief fr .anything I could take word boulevard was "now chiefly! t: ken business' snaIl be Me David, Florida.I'I fifty tons of kalnit and have it in my 1lt
E. DickinN' fiom
""I. D., says serni.: "Herpicide Dodd.not only the author, Is the dainty comedy offering -:; very pleasing: at that. j jI ''I. that I had become fairly resigned to for the void space between the gla- ARTICLE II. j j custody.. Notice is hereby given. that ;H

ieanses' the scalp from dandruff and that wilt again be presented at! I, _... j. it, ,as sOmething to be endured with cia of a citadel and the first Louse of I Nature cf Business to be Transacted.!i I. a District Court will be held In the : :t!
that 1 TliirA." patient' fortitude.. ** hence Its extension to other I general nature of business to, United States Court Room In the City
:"'- ents the hair falling out, but pro- the opera house to-night by "Richard: :: 1 a tawn: I The m
... -Five years ago' Grape-Nuts became: suitable for prouieuad transacted shall be buy. sell and,, of Pensacola. Fla.. on the fifth day of
rll a n.'w growth. Herpicide scholarly and rarely intellectual actor 1 Lovers of the highest: ideals: in all ani "void: spaces": : be to 'i II:1
verb popular dish! with sorts February, 1906 for the trial of said ,if
a such
forth ; l deal all classes of niercandis
ario-called French in
< Clarke. : The old "esplanade"
p..p; mv hair very ';;loss>'. For sale ; Mr. Creston dramatic art are continually finding; Conditions of people :in our village, Ing.- '
;; W A iv.uemberte. drugsist and the highest encomiums from theatre fault: with the too frejasnt ''appear- : just to see Ceflned: by Cotgrave "a planing, leveling j as groceries, dry goods clothing premises and the own!!r or owners I
.pti'neran. 11: i South Palafax street. goers all over tae country last::; season.ance 'not-only here but in all cities and I bought like a ,package with no thought of, evening' of :ways," from Latin i shoes crockery<< and feed stuffs; to'I and all persons who may hava or
C > nd tOe in stamps for sample to lor the: m nlficent performance he"'''or silly farcial plays cheap sensationalism Trial it was benefit that I might dc- ''explanare'to: smooth or.flatten out, buy ant 1 sell live stock wagons: and : claim any Interest' are hereby cited to ;
o. Tt. of the scenes an- any special I harness; : to buv and eel)! cotton; to! be and .appear at the time and placelaforssald.
Uerpicido. Co., Detroit.. Mich. gave, the beauty : and ether immaterial icatures the from its use. I liked the crif,1 whence the English words "explain"
'I f. to show cau'E'. If they
any
and
cotton gins
operate
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nutty have, why a final decree should not
1 and arc always cl-imoring for the it. > I 1 also to: acquire, purcnas>e'and sell real ;
beginning: and kept; on using j I I 1 prayed. T. F. McGourin. U.
and the other estate both improved and unimproved pass as f
works. of Shakespeare of I'
told in advance ..
"If I had been .o.I. .
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Exact << Marihai.
I' .eat masters of literature. It Is a ( wherevsr :>situated all of which lines i S. It : '
g that eating Grape-1
the effect! f "
salutary bit. of exact reasoning on
pleasure! ; to announce in this connection -. r Here i b a of business may be carried on in the; I
have me, wouLt1'ubtles5
Nuts would on ; _
tIleiiht the of a little'schoolg1rL lie i- -- ----- n"- -
the appearance here to-morrow incredulous. and part iiState; of Florida or any other stat?. : ;
have been 1
TOaca ,.'?M of the! eminent tra'eu1anJim; : I''! teacher wished to Impress the idea of ARTICLE III,
TO-NIGHT'S ,, it was a most pleasir': surpris? to': Pensacola St} Andrews and
Griffith, ana his splendid company 'Jfl suddenly] realize that constipation- : the- wrong of idleness. He led up to It Capital Stock. ,

i legitimate: artists ia Saakespeare'e! was' and with i it my headaches by asking: who were the persons who : The amount of canita stock snail
irumortal tragedy, Richard the .Third' i, hlle gone my nerves had grown stead' got 'all they could sad did nothing la.! be six thourand (6000.00) dollars divided -! Gulf Steamship Co. 1&1!

'pensaco'a andl'Inttv \'. :Ith brilliant fire-proof scenery equip i and normal and my strensth was return. For; sorce time there was silence into sixty: (60)) shares, each STEAMER TARPONW. :
per when I redeem my pledge to gltho thatre-gora of company ; r.cnt, electrical! effects chemical iliu"sons -' nearly doubled-that I was -actuallyin I but :at lait the' little girl, who shar'a of the par value cf one hundred!,
Clarke! and his Incomparable details netJful- C:. 3ARHOW. ..ter. ;
a rare treat. Creston ; annissa :: and all the :, the enjoyment of the natural health, had obyiaualy reasoned out the answer (O100.00)) Jollars. I '
\\'II! present "Monsieur Beaucaire. Nothing better in ihe 1 absolutelyperfect perfo'IU.of'thi ; !I FIRST-CLAi PtSSBNG1It: : AND I
this play insure an ',i that had been denied me for at leant: ; her own home eipTlescei. ARTICLE IV. .
!:a lin. Pensacola. Ask any one who say the inductively fro FREIu.lT bERVICE
: ever came to tiuce !, the greatest of greatnaster's I II Term of Extlstence. j
> j I
il" deal ctPone.xtce
idi. years. excUJmei 'with a good Betwsi'I
.a'.t : -
x". ''it.un.s p'.ays.! Every where that Mr.i I 1 is what Grape-Nuts food ol4: ; The term for which the corporation:: I
.\ China! ".\ far more plfasirtj! Jaterpreta- i the "Ths | "Pe! ? SC. sIr! lt'a the trtbyrchristmas :: .I '! MOBILE APALACHI.,.
locat-pre
: Dresden PENSACOLA.
irS, dainty as ; event Griffith has appeared for ,me, and this ts the condition iai i (W .. is to exist! shall be ninety-nine: (OS) I I '
\"0 than Ianfield'sn artistic triumph: ; "Thedramatic hatteemed with praise for his rmaKn'.ficent COLA. CARRABELL ST. AN. 1 1I
; ; which it has kept me for the past five I Ii years frqm tA< i lssuanc.3:: .of? letters
ea. -so says MILLViLLE
'If 'h. Baucalre on the American'fctage" rf >. And j U would I DREWS, ii
season; "The best : p< rnU<( i years. I am Mill fond of it, and would! at the Sorth Pol*. pats nt.
'he \daily: press. Never an adverse criticism. ''be a real pleasure welcome him to: ,I[ eat it even if it bad not proved soj i burn on tj;* Chri rea. tree: ARTICLE V. I i And all points on St. .Andrews Bay, JTI 9
k. t'ome. and you'll not only be in good conipany"-for everybodyho In t this city. i signally beneficial.: i j The They cazd1e3 burn with a ruddy .ame. Officers and Director*. I I CarrabeHe and Ap actor SC-H EDULELaSTS
::1 s anybody "is going-but you wilt\ see an accomplished :; j jI Whefl my baby was recovering! And the little! Esdmo: look with glee The business shall be 'conducted by!.
acola Scotia: 8:30 :1I
. AI .. Po

of For the last Uw';!. I say COMEr ft' :' I "Checkers" promised: encasement( :i'factura, I found that Grape-Nuts food He dances In *e.5tui.* of delight dent, a Secretary, and Trf{ 1u.! rer\ _anda I I m.Leave for Mob PeniacoU.e, Tatsda,. 8:30 p.m. tt1 tI .

ffe. 1 hlretl11 Le played her 'Thursday.night. w s not only a much relished bu'.j i And.** claps !his hands for Joy Board nf Directors 'eje'cted' by' the for St. Andiews MillviU. ADa.aIcoia ,
., The company cornea here id'rcct ; most streagtbenins; and wholesome And then'cfinJts Into rte branches bright! stockholders anana'ly.' The following I Carrabelle! and Int.r 25CJen J. M. COB,1.7House. from its fourteenth \enipiwmen' : ? j jI i food-for her, and it continues and indispensable j Where Jingle; the rosy toy. named inccrporators,.ionriU-R-JU' Bon-I :a 5--1"
I I ILMaB1lager I played in New York city within tyroilyfars. item in her daily menu.? ; hay, J. !3. Bowman and J. Harriion.. poInhSFor additional laformatlon apply: Co. 1l

And by the way of showing the ,Name Aiven by postum'Co., Battle I II Thea And,'.,with twl an kl expression*:of heartfelt of peace,fun supreme shall constitute th* firef Hoard Of Directors 1. J. R. SAUNDKRS.E. 1'"j (.

,oI I grip the play has on the theatre goer I creek: Mich. |! "The handles m .h* pluck In a lotos dream and conduct' thit.business until R- COBB. Prilideat tr",, ,
Opera Lof that city, Jt will return to New I There's a reason. Reas1 the HUle: And cobbles theta one by OrM! those 'lected at the first annual ejection Gen. Frt. and Pass. Aft.Pensacola :
;I York, t tp play engagements at four ,bookThe, Road to Wellville." in 1 -uic.. }MuaktttrU, In ew Tork Herald.Hl shall be qualified. The'annual meet'ing, HJL'i t:
'New ydik'tbtt.I.c.: 'U'wtu-h* IAMMI I,*. I .

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;; ".OIE six .I-PIPEN3AGULA JOURNAL, TUESDAY 'MORN t4Q. JANUARY, 23,' 1908 .

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: I I'I' f is in attendence at the Baptist convention -! ""'II
. ; sttvtxtxtrctXsVttxtvxwmVsVAPEOPLE 'and while in the city Is a''II

. r I: was guest one of of the the IFIioenix.dearest friends Mrs. Skaggs of the E'FOUiW

. eit& _and EVENTS .* I Where! ,) ',I late bein'g Mrs.warmly B. B.welcomed Tatum and and as such entertained Is'-. ONE OFF

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by many here.
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; Seen, Heard and Done Among Those Who Go, Come and. g!< Do You I Miss Angeline night from Hester Nadawah returned Ala.Saturday .- ,

'1 where she last three weeks!
the
spent ''FOR ONE WEEK ONLYThat's
: Tarry Women and Society Here and Elsewhere. g, nursing Capt. Fuller of whose recovery -(
; his many'Pnsacola friends will be,
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U _1 'glad to learn. Miss Hester leaves! inj I the order of things here uow.

, By NELLIE BECK. Telephone '669. ? Eat? a few days for the north to take a'
special course in surgery.ilr. Pick out any pair of Shoe in our Stock and thsy're, yours at
:: ", -s. ; '
t .
__ i jne fourth off t regular price. "
J. F. Kehoe, who has been visiting
IF THE BUEATIFUL WEDDING The Randy Kitchen, is his daughters Misses Fannie and honest discount in order
j We want to give a plain that every
It OF PAYMASTER HIGGINS easily th.* best ,P'ace to I
I 7//c Jourt/a/'s Daily Fashion Feature ; and Minnie Kehoe has returned to.
AND. FAIR TEXAS BELLE. eat In to'n'-, It' is clean j I i Marianni to biiperintenrj': the construeI -, buyer: may know when' sh<; comes here'ExadflyWhat:
I local ti"letwill read with Interest well kept with a first- Hon of the fifty-five thousand dollar|
'5. the following account of the weddingof class :service and cirsms I{I courthouse to be erected there.
Past Assistant Paymaster Higgins. I that salsfies the veriest j -4- j

U. S. N. stationed at the Pensacola ei. epicure. I :Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Kohler l left' to ExpectLadi
f :navy yard which is reprinted. from :Thursday spend; a few month*
, the San Antonio Journal: I with their FQn Mr. Joe A. Kohler InDaytona. !
The first naval weadmg over iI i a Thewill be there to witness j ji
solemnized in San Antonio took I iI the great automobile races onl|
1 place Wednesday evening at .:30 j Orraond Beach. j are awake to this great Shoe, Opportunity will sav-
church I andy Kitchen Cafe -
; o'clock at the First Baptist
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investments in Footwear.It .
&i: iwlien Miss Marian Gibbs. the joun'g- iI 4 Miss Beatrice: White who has beenat < a nice little sum by making

'I cst daughter of Co!. and Mrs. C. C.S. I lC4 Palafox.! Phone 999 I home for the holidays expects toj matUrs: not what you may want if It's in our Store you may
Glb & became the bride of John leave in a few days probabl'ri''aY'
; (Higgins; past assistant paymaster for Cincinnati to resume her studies I have it atOne Fourth Off from the regular price. Se what this larg,
United .Sates Navy I in ,vocal music and oratory.
Since the announcement of the engagement i I, discount means.
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I event has been several one months of the greatest ago the In- Small Easy: --I Insist and on Vanilla having Extract.Blue Ribbon Absolutely Lemon -' $5.00 LADIES' SHOES. l OFF.... .... .... .... .... '. ...$3.75

terest, and the happy occasion fulfilled 1 1I pure and will go twice; as far. and 1 $4.00 LADIES' SHOES 3 t OFF1... .... .... .... .... .... .$3.0:
every expectation 1I I Monthly Paymentswill gives; ('desserts the "Blue Ribbon "
,j, The Church was beautifully! decorat %or." 'la'i Z3.50 LADIES SHOES, 'i OFF.... .... .... .... .... ... .$2.63
,cd in palms ferns and electric Illuminations I put into jour home. a handsome

skillfully designed. Palms i Piano of your own sflctior. There's I $3.00 LADIES' SHOES, t OFF. ... .... .... .... .... ..... .$2.25
occupied, the entire front, while on absolutely: nothing that can be put In C&a.Iiij." In Bcnrd
either side hearts of white roses I the' home that will give the same EnfflkL history is rich in examp'M'! } $2.50 LADIES' $HOES, t OFF.... .... ....' .... .. ... ..$1.88
fwere suspema't-d and an anchor of rl'd. of the way In which fashion in beards i j
"White and blue lr hts hung from the amount refining pleasure Influence than and has a piano.a greater No]I has changed: from time to time. The !' $?OO LADIES' SHOES, OFF.. .. .. ..... .... .... .... .$1.50

central arch. mattr where joti live, wecan place in 'SPi.sent out by Harold reported tba* i 1 $1.75 LADIES' SHOES, 1t OFF.. .... .... .. .... .. ... .$1.31
Iihe grin'sVeLhling :March played I your hoirta: piano that wit give you the Norman: invader? "did almost seem I

I foj: ; the Twenty-sixth Infantry band, i satisfaction and be apleasure; as longas to be priest. Ixn-au.- they bad all their! '! ;$1.50 LADIES' SHOES, t OFF.... .... .... .. ... .. .. .$1.13
heralded the bridal party, which, advanced is \
you 'Ii\'e. face and both lips shaven, which i
up the right aisle in the following CLUTTER MUSIC HOUSE confirmed in the liayeux tapestry. It I]
I order: Miss Kampmann and I
Pensacola. Fla. was to' distinguish themselves from
Frank Harris Miss Narcia Cunning-
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their hated that the Englishwore
conquerors
bam and ,Joe Frost, Miss Constance
Clark and Robert :':ellflss, Edith their hair long. Stow speaks of
Burbank and Lieut. Dean Tilford.Mrs. For Expert Watch Repairing and long hair as well as beards in Henry BOSTON SHOE STORE

,Alfrea': C. McDaniel and Hubert Us reign 3Ien: contended with women e'
Loeffler,. >US .,Cresson and Clayton 1M Engraving, go ,to In tneir ion:; Laireb,, and when this decayed '
D. Vogel Little Starr McDaniel and j through old age they knit about :
I Freddie Jlosenbaum, Miss Gibbs and3tr. J. F. DAVIS, the Jeweler, their Leads certain rolls and braidings i, FashionableFoot
Higgins. of false hair." The monk 'Vuistan de-J
j Acting as ushers were Lytle Gosling 213 South Palafox' Street. sttibed the practice of wearing the Fitters

, 1 Charles ,C. Cresson, Jr.. Lieutenant The Latest hair long as "immoral criminal and I
r I{ IcCaskeB., Spencer and T. Designs in Watches ; beastly." When one of i.ls long Laired Phone 690. 117 South Palafox Street.
D. Cobbs, Jr.
I and Jewelry. Cock knelt for his blessing, It Is said
: Rev. C. C Coleman performed the I ,
the 1atvtL'S; that,he would whip out a knife and cutoff
sample ceremony arranged by -- ------ --- -
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bride herself.
was present and spoke of the Union.I I *>r his consecrating band as be couJ!
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The .
Is
who striking
. bride a type She is supported by the young womenof - -- .
of Gibson style was in a gown of &4M' Tennessee.Mrs. manage in the rath>r limited time at

, white, as fluffy and billowy as could Tharpe his disposal TO IMPROVE AND PRESERVE YOUR BEAUTY
presented the work of
fce with fifty yards of chiffon in close
f'e beautinil Margaret Home for mis 'N,
! accordion plaiting for overskirts. anda ---
London and Xew Y.rk.
.. : veil of unusual length and fullness. t, I sionaries'! cii.:iren at GreenvUle- S. C. The contrast between society in Lon- NADINE FACE POWDER

The bodice was fashioned in becoming Miss Spalding in a practical manner don and New York: is not so great at >
style with deep bertha of Irish using maps books 'and object There low IN CRKKV BOXES OXLV.
are more
Jjce and deep oversleeves of plaited lessons, discussed."Our Youtfg People many suppose.
SUPERIOR IN QUALITY. HARMLESS
dresses diamond tiaras in Lois ,
and
. fhiffon. Orange blossoms attached to, I and Missions" under <(the ; following! *
A SPLENDID WAIST MODEL. don and :in WATER.
. ter veil and a diamond tiara the heads: > more smart tidy women
The Illustration shows a good I body for the heavy stitchl. 'The New York; more beards In London ADIE Face Powder is compounded and
Center of wh: here emeralds and g. ] 1. What hildren ,cn wr"-i'-,! How N
model for thins in Man panflnl by a newLT: DIWOVKRY: PsutEs,4.
either waist shaven
clean
her hair separate or chemisette and high cuffs ot lace are and more
'Jismonds were ornaments.: to spend
Sunday afternoons profita- .
: Produces a beaut ful unit velvet a t>
4. string of pearls and a diamond v.aist and skirt en suite. Crepe de separate. This affora's an opportunity|i I I bly. hattan. There are larger botes: in New peitran. which remains until wh xl: <1f,
')ecklaca with the Texas star pendant chine Is the material used in this instance -I for the wearer to make frequent York and bigger shops; there are red 4 Ladies who use Nadine Kae* Powdrr in Krren
I this 2. What childrtn.rea:::.'. boxes are sure the complexion will be frei.h
additional fabric taking! well the changes as she desires The waist and smaller
'i Here jewels. A happy idea I 3. Missionary bo /and helps. plMar! boxes in .London and lovetr at clooe of hfl r>'emng. THK
shirrings: in the shoulder and sleeve.I can be-worn without cuffs and with I
N.
Has executed n the engagement ring 4. gray ones in the city on the island. QUALITY I U IoQUALED. Buy MieiOrentpackage
The popular, surplice idea is carriedcut the chemisette lissionarmeetings.. What and if nut entirely .Ii.f.wi
: ahich was heart-shaped and formed oftwentytwo or for, more, formalwear children But these things are snail details. In jou re
: I, diamonds! corresponding: charmingly the shirred puff sleeve'ami ,I the chemisette mabe removed:, enjoy. helpful! gj-; notify, us, ant we will promptly Kirusi
: gestlons were made.a the main both cities are much alike, von iov IY:
hi number with the bride's age. A' the front bands being! of a soft and the surplice crossed higher up, Dr. and the and women behave In Sold br hiding drugjiits; or mail fnceSO
E. men
Y. Mullens
cluster bouquet of white roses were satin: mounted over a tfsht-weight I the sleeves worn either}; long or elbow spoke in betnif CenU.Vhite..i lenin Vink.Brnnm
her flowers. hair cloth, which :gives the necessarylent length. of the Women's Training scaool at much the same way. We have no I Prepared byNallonal
. i Lotmisv ille. streets to compare: with Fifth avenue
,1 The In the full
groom was special
Among the resolutions adoof.ed was and they nave: no park to compare Toilet Co. Paris, Term.
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dress of the
,matron Navy.The of honor and maids ] ; an adaltional: finish to the pretty : with the groom's sword. The ring the following:, i ./ I j with Reg-jnt's park and no WestmlnIter drz flUI"I S old in Pensacola by all leading druggist

t were daintily attired in baby blue or, furnishings of the rooms. fell to Miss Clark and the fatal 'dime "That we extend :our' heartfW'sym- abbeyf' But we drive out and dine ..
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h pandy; low cut. In the hair they wore j At :0:30: a four-course supper was to Miss Cunningham.The pathy to Mrs. Stanley in her sad be Gilt 'Just the same, we eat and think -
forget-me-noti) and carried white served In the dining rooms, whence gift of the groom to the reavement"and'tbiTMfj Chlpleyin l ner and drt-'ssand: read just the same, or PHONE/ 183.
: torij'eroses.' Little Miss McDaniel wore) the guests had marched as the band ;groomsmen: were Sold anchor stickpins severe illness" anyway so much alike we seem like
, a pretty frock of white organdy over j again played Lohengrin. Here army and those of the bride to her Baptists will doubtless find sr. 3ne big family party, which is just siit
I blue and carried a blue ribbon basket i and navy decorations were In prominence maids were gold anchor brooches.The itemized report of Hull convention should be.-London Black aud WhIt' NEW METHOD LAUNDRY
of flowers. Freddie Rosenbaum was i the ceiling being draped In presents were numerous and proceedings in the next issue of the
In a white naval costume. j I striking effect with the bunting and elegant and came' from home and allover Witness.

' WJien the ceremony was over Men 1 p nnants. the East. Among them were two,I That it was feood.to have bc;:n there The 'Old alan of the MODD.aID.The f. W. LAWRENCE Proprietor. No 8 Weft Rnmanm St. Pensacofa Ha
J delssohn's Wedding March was played I The bridal table was prettily arranged -solid; silver tea sets a substantial goes without saying and reading over title "Old Man of the Moun-
. in of white rose"and check from the bride's the list of n'clegates-especiady such -.- ------- -- -----.- --- --_.--- -_. --
bouquets father
and the bridal party came out the ano tain" was first applied to Hassan Beu
left aisle of the church across the oow-knot desfgns of smilax. The I rifts and telegrams from General I I names as Rev. and Mrs. Mullens ofSt. Sabbab chief of a Mohammedan sect I p _________
back and passed through the side weda'ing cake occupied the center of Hubbard and General and Mrs.: Grant. Petersburg Mr. and Mrs. M. M. GREEK ,ATHLETES.
door. I the table, and the heavy ornamentswere I Mr. and Mrs. Higgins left Thursday Taylor. Mr. J. Q. Brantley. Tampa; who founded a formidable dynasty in --
The brtaal party, the bride's par, caught to an anchor of white morning on the 11:40 train for a Mr. B. B. Tatum. Mrs. P. T., Skairgs Sjr'a, A. D. 1090.( Banished from his The Way The/- nail and the Style of .
I
ents Col.! and Mrs. C. C. Gibbs and I Iif roses suspended from the chandellierAt tour of the Pacific States, after which I and Mrs. John M. urdine. Miami; cpuutry, Le toot up his abode on Mount Track They lard. 1 Fresh
., Rev. C. C. and Mrs Coleman received each plate were little round boxes they will be at home at tPensacola, Mr. O. J.: Filer White. Springs; Mr. Lebanon, gathered a band of followersand "In the foot races of the ancient
the guests In the Meager parlors of wedding cake tied with red, white Fla. The bride's traveling gown was 0, R. Tatum Peace River; Rev. and soon became the terror of Jews, Greeks," says a writer, "the shape of
Immediately after the ceremony Mrs. and blue ribbons. The boxes were of navy blue chiffon ,velvet chincella Mrs. J. it. Sharpe. Lakeland; Mr. Fred Christiaus and Turks. They all obeyed the stadium caused a great difference, I
; Gibbs wore an elaborate costume of embossed with the naval coat- f.arms. furs.!' W. Yarn Pine Grove; and Mr. and bis orders implicitly in the belief that since it was not circular, but long and ,
4 !pearl :gray brocaded silk with trim- Little gilded anchors bearing the Mr. and Mrs. Higgins have arrived Mrs.V.. C. layman, New Hope- they would receive Choice rewanls ir' narrow with one or both Cerealsfor
things of Honolulu bead passementrie. 'guests' names were the place cards.I after a dellgrtful wedding journey gives the writer a pang of homesickness 1 the joys of paradise. These assassins, cular. Consequently the endS-Sl"midr'l
Mrs. Coleman was handsomely gowned The idea naval was further carriedout sand, after this week will be "at home"I for each brings ,_back sweet i as his followers were called among to take a sharp turn at
- i In white satin overdress of duchess in the ices moula'ed in appropriate -I Int Mrs. W. D. Chipley's residence; memories of the old days when we I, themselves lode roughshod the
over
lap, while except at the turn they
c colorings in the form of minature, northwest corner Belmont and Spring were neighbors as well, as Wends and i .
lace.La France roses formed the floral ships with the tiny masts and all. streets, where gifts and congratula coworkers. I country for about 200 ycrs. Whenever running a !straight course. were'l
adornment of the rooms, and In tall I parts complete.I I tions are still being! received by the But-tliere are two names mlssidgfrom their (chief the Old Man *f the this turn needed much practice
felass vases, reflected in the mirrors I I I The bride cut the wedding cake t bride and bridegroom from many officers the list sweet memories .rl I Mountain ihougut himself ;injured he pictures on the old vases show athletes I j yourBreaktast
.. of the navy and friends else whom doubtless saddened the sent a band of these men secretly to practicing this one part or the race as '
f where. thoughts of many faithful friends as! murder the offender' and it was from a kind of drill, taking each movement i
..................................................... I That Mrs. Higgins ,will be cordially they' greeted each 'other there. I this that our word assassin originally separately."In i

i I welcomed by Pensacola society is assured. President: Chauoin-"Dear old uncle took its meaninmrWORKS early times when all the runner '

Shad" gentle, loving jet admonishing turned round the same post,' the turn
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i -+- head of the state denoiiiinatljn gave opportunities for foul play and I Ii

il; GREEN & WATSON I I THE BAPTIST W. M. I U., for not practically visibly there.three But-if""generations his kindly, was WITHOUT FAITH. i there are stories of one competitor tripping ,

CORDIALLY ENTERTAINED }l.aimonizing spirit was. permitted to Faith Came After the Works Had another at the post or seizing him You can just as well eat
i IN HOSPITABLE BARTOW. look! upon his brethren his ulsters: Laid the Foundation.A I by the hair to prevent his winning. ''1 fresh breakfast foods! a.!
; :1tir I'I The Florida Baptist convention was his: children and rOo workers, gatherer: Bay State belle talks! thus about But later. In the shorter distances at stale ones. Ours ana>
: : I cordially:: welcomed last week by the together once more' in earnest effortsto coffee: '"' least, each runner bad bis own track ways dresh. The include
good people, of Bartow. Next year unite even more closely in advancing ; "While a coffee drinker was a sufferer and post to turn round, and probably,
: Our First Installment it goes to IJve Oak. the good work to which no {ruehir from indigestion and intensely the separate courses were roped off In
m II IIt '
i I The Woman's Missionary! Union whole, hesrt and soul anJ strength painful nervous headaches from I) much the same way as they are now ,
met as is customary on Tuesday. before ff'l a life..ime-how he must have .re- childhood.' I, in sprint races "or the start elaborate ] Scotch Oats,

of 19O6 I the formal opening of the convention -poiced. "Seven years ago my health g3\'e' arrangements were made and at Olympia -{
: Wednesday, with fort"l\)'lf And if Uncle ,Shad" was thtrc "we out entirely, I grew so weak that the the stone slabs are still to be secn. j Cream of Wheat,
: I ladies presentaccording to the Bart may be sure another g nO lo. an.F dicted I.'- exertion of walking. If only a few feet | -
i I tow Courier-Informanrs report which I" follower of Christ was there.A made.it necessary for me. to lie down. with the grooves at regular Interval Quaker Oats .
. .1 WHITE GOODS.. ;ja'so i says: woman whose brief life from childhood I My friends thought I was marked for that had to be toed at btarting. ,
j The following officers-were,elected was one of loving and cheerful consumption-weak, thin and I pale. Creek long distance inca ran in the Force
i Just Received. t I for the ensuin1; year.Presidentt1rs. devotion to her Christian heals; to "I realized the danger; I was In any most approved style of the present ,
i : | W. C. Powell her loved ones and to her highest I I tried faithfully to 'get relief from day. But the sprinters apparently employed
i' Corresponding Secretary Miss J. w-nse of duty. A noble example to I medicines, till, at last, after having a considerable amount of am Grape-Nuts,
i : SEE SHOW WINDOW. 1.. Spalding her friends an inspiration to her associates employed all kinds of drugs the doctor action and took very long steps, rising

: t'I r' Recording Secretary.. -Mrs. H. C. and a pillar of strength ,to acknowledged that he did not be- well on to the toes. Jben there was the |! Farina, 4

WHITE MADRAS all neat and nw designs..15, 20, 25 and 35c yard + Peelman. her church, she was a tower of moral Ua was in his power to cure me. race In armor an event highly praised
Atf.isory: Board-Mrs. W. D. Chip I strength in social life. That rare "While in this condition a friend induced several of the Greek writers Shredded Wheat
: ENGLISH LONG CLOTHS, best values w have .ever offered, in : Icy Mrs. M. B. Harrison. Mrs. J. E. I jewel whose price Is indeed "above I << me to quit coffee and try Pos- by as a -
: pieces of 12 yards.$1, $1.25, $1.35: $1.50, $1.85 and $2.25 piece Oates. Mrs. B. M. Bean Mrs. S. A. I rubies." a good woman 'I tum: Foai1 Coffee and I did so without valuable preparation: for war and ,
: ENGLISH NAI "SOOK. male: of the finest combed yarns, : Stapley.Miss i Such was ,the late Mrs. B. B. Tatum!I the least hope that it would do me which is Fupoo5ed ta eiplam the famous Wg sell such large quail

I at.. .. .. .. .. . . 15, 20, 25,,30 and 35c per yard : !iI'. L. Spalding.' Mrs. J.:N. Pra- I of Miami knownt and beloved I any good. I did not like it at first running"charge of tile Athenian titles of these purenea I
:MARALIA, a beautiful: sort and silky cloth for ladiss'- Underwear tor and Mrs. J. G Spurlin were appointed -I throughout; the denomination, especially but when it was properly made I 1lt Marathon. ; foods that our supph *
INDIA LINENS a complete rangequality and price. .5 to 25c yard : delegates to .ute annual to its more active representatives found it was a most delicious and refreshing i always fresh-never tno'
; washable\ woman's meeting auxiliary to S., B. C I to whom. and their philan beverage. I am especially Cured His Mother of Rheumatism. ,. than a month out o" 'bl'
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MUSLINS the finest material made 46 to 50 In.
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i- PYRIS wide... .. .. .. .. .. .. .'. .. .. .... .... .....35 to 90c yard : In Mrs.Chattanooga R. E. Merryman May 2nd. o'f" DeLaad. ; ever thropies open.A her. home and purse were' fond with cream.of it served at dinner ice-cold I "My mother has been a sufferer for mill. Try them.

FR. NAINSOOK. FR. LAWN. PERSIAN LAWN,, DIMITIES. CHECK : conducted an Interesting conferenceof I decade of her happy married life "In a month's time ,I began to im, many years from rheumatism." says I _
NAINSOOKS CHECK LONG CLOTHS. : vice presidents On associations! was spent'' in Barlow where she wasrmversally p'-ove. and in a few weeks my Indigestion -;I W. H. Howard of Husband, Pennsyl
; t work beloved And. Jf her gen-I ceased to trouble, me. and my, vania. "At times she was unable to ,,
J' '. ALL NEW AND 'RESH.I t t Dr. Gray secretary of the Home tlespirit ,looked upon that throng of I i beaufcche stopped entirely. I am so I move at all. while at all times walking
I Mission Board made an elequent cd! and ,tried friends she must have' perfectly well now. that I do not look was painful. I presents her witha
i, i 'YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO CALL. AND LOOK OVER fOUR plea for the cause of Home Missions.At I rejoiced that the spiritual seed she'I' like the same person and I have so bottle of Chamberlain's Pain Balm Sol Cahn & Co
w 1 his suggestion the W. M. U of sowed en earth is flourishing aim' that!'gained in flesh that I am 15 pounds and after a few applications Ae decided .
LINE BEFORE 'PURCH SING. Florida undertook the support of Mi!!s I her memory is kept green in her old. heavier than fever before. I'| It was: the most wonderful pain The Pure Food Store.
Dora Teakall. interested in, immigrantwork home-community 'as evidenced in the "This is what, Postum has done for'I reliever tine had ever tried. In fact :
at Galvestonantt. two ubanspr4"parlng' : 1 following paragraph from the C-I the] me. I still use It and shall always do I she is 'never without it now and Is at1 I, Southwest Corner Palatal and Inlenden a,
.i I GREEN & WATSON f for the ministry in- ;C La';';- paper so long anu' so ably edited by I II so," Name given by Postum Co.,' all times all) to walk. An occasional
: j Pledges were taken for thewort J her husband. Battle Creek Mich. j application ff Pain Balm keeps away 1 1 PhonesJ : t
and receivetf a generous response, I Irs. Dr. the wife'of l. she l
P. T. Skaggs. There's a reason. Read the little the pa'n' thut was formerly trouMM -
:...................................................:I I :Miss '-Ioody'missionarY' to Havana one of Miami's prominent>rh..ct'b",., )}no1"T Ftltt to1.p1hft'*" 'n :pltT".: with." For s
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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL SUN.. DY-- --..... ....- R ...' ,-NG- JANUARY- 21. 1906 PAGE SEVEN
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... $ 15o.oo :-L.--S. BROWN & CO.. 'I



HOME BEAUTY' ,. will buy four good renting houses i i
bringing! $*Z.OO per month or 1276.90 WANT YOU A Few Attractive Offerings in Real Estate.

per yuar. This will: pay nearly 14 per To list property with them for sale. I '
cent. If you want to bay. we can sell yoa i S28.S00.DQ.-ne of the most Valuable pieces of property In the city .

IS HOME COMFORT! BETTER INVESTIGATE Ii for cash or on easy terms. t on a corner and fronting 3 streets (:!!SOxdlO), "*"
THIS.
'Money to }lead on vacant. or1 improved $2O.DOO.DO-Xew two tory brick building on Garden street near Pal .
city property. afox. with lot 92 feet front.* Quick sale.

Th- greatest beauty of the home question i is home ownership. .- $2500.00 I I -List your renting property with us $$12.50D.D0-Larl 3-story brick building near business center. A

If you don't own i r for satisfactory returns. good interest payer .
our own home wake will buy a good piece of business
up property $7500.00-Desirable building lot. near business center. on corner (245 ie
blocks from Palafox. Rents for]i < lest '
FIRE: AND LIFE INSURANCE by 192 feet)
$!6.00 per mont I I I $600D.00-Improved property near Palafox street property paying

CUT LOOSE FROM THIS PROPERTY. WILL'INCREASEIN : AGENTS. Li1"AFTERWARDS"F-- about 12 per cent. We consider this a bargain.

i VALVE. I $5500.00-Large 2-story dwelling on West Hill; good neighborhood.

,. .with 1% rooms and servants quarters. Lot SO by ISO feet. .
'LIST YOUR PROPERTY WITH ME :, : L S. BROWN & CO. Our Rental Department Is given special attention, and our lists

THE RENT HABITand FOR SALE. 1 :: \ of stores. offices and dwellings contain locations in all parts of tea

RENTS COLLECTED. 2t:) Thiesen Building. city. Our Insurance Department, representing 15 of the leading
j foreign and Am.rican companiJs can fully protect you from the fire
at tim:> of it will
or final settlement
become your Own 1a.Idbrd.e have several! --desir- I show whether you are squarely dealt fiend. Loans, ia any amounts made on real estate. and on*short notice

abh residencs that can be bought for Small payment ; witb or nat; Tiers ,are no delays in I .

down and monihlyor quarterly payments thereafter. LESLIE E. BROOKS i CALL !IN AND LET US SHOW YOU HOW TO INVEST YOUR -

Better hurry.Pensaeola. 1 Timber Lands Paying Fire Losseswritten j

204J S. Palafox St. Fisher Builaing. MONEY.HOOTON

I i I by companies! ire represent I & WATSON ,
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It's a good time of the year to look : Successors to Thos. C. Watson 6 Co.

For. _. Ssle._. J JI after your insurance. Give us the bus-
levestmeet COo 1 -- -- For Sale mess and it will be done to suit you. No. 37 S. Palafox St. LEADING REAL ESTATE DEALERS. -

FOR S.\LE.-10 lots on East HM! 4 .

bl3ts:\ from uren car line. For -

4. H. D'ALEMBLRTE. City Manage terms address Box tS: ChipUy. Fla.. McDavid-Hyer Company -

tI ljanlw5 I ,

w. B.! K\ WUS. msident. R. B. SlrS3:)*, Jecrttvry. ---'---' : We hate them.. Several splendid Agents New York DIRECTORY [DWISVUE-THH HAUTE RRDAHviLLE
FOR SALE.-Improved and nnliapravcd -' Life Insurance Company. Ii
lotatlons.Saw .
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j. I. STILLMAJiVrrts. an! Gen. Maaijer. KNOWLIJ HYER. Treuurar. large and small: ,turpentine
r3pettjr: in all parts of the city.J. ML'is aid Saw mill locations. 8 E. Government Street. j I I: Pensacola Lodge. No. 3. K. of P.
I Real Estate, Loans Generaf Investment A. W.lioa & Co., Real Estate Agents!' Some excellent bargains in large I Phone 7CO Pensacola FJa. 7:30
I Monday evening at
Room 7. Salisbury buiUing. Phone and small traits of round and boxed I meets every
215 South Palafox Street. Pensacola ---- -- I o'clock at their temporary Castle Hall /!'
Florida. I 17!.
23jaa timber! lands.

II Large tracts of Mississippi Delta 1 Board,and Rooms.FOR i over Visiting Pou brethren stable. cordially W. Intendencia welcomed.Sc ritg1r I 1"
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I FOR SALE OR RD'"T-ew; t"o- and Hard'ood land J. A. KIRKPATRICK C. C. &.1'1gA.' (. HI

story it-room dwelling! logeiber with Splendid ils:.. of valuable propertyand
I RENT-Furnished rooms for H. HORSLER. K. of. R. & S.Ratnbone
i lots cor. 9th ave. and 12th st. East fine location for a Colony or Stock\j Ii
rent with: without board.0
WANTED HELP WANTED j I Hill.! Half block from car line. Most Farm ir SQuiD Eat Georgia.: : or ;'
_-- --- i light housekeeping.. Apply 310 West .Lodge No
desirable residence location In city.
;. .' ,; -.pon as stenographer,:: WA "TELady: g-'ntleman; of fair! ror particulars call at address or places Some in of the the beautiful choicest little residence city of :i Gregory. jan21-lmo-'i 30. K. of P, meets every 8:00 TERRE HAUTE
at (Ij.a
.'! vjic-rienc'; : : '. Goad( refer. education to travel tar firm of $:!5u.--l write- to Box 427. ljanlw. DeForiak Springs Fla, and in Milton. FURNISHED FRONT ROOM-One Thursday evening
', 1... M. JournaL 000 I 4 o'clock in their temporary
r \ : -- care capital. Salary Jj.072 'PC?I. J-ur.- Fla- half block from Palafox southern VINCENNEC
Pou sta
I Castle Hall over
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."." ... payable weekly. Expenses advance FOR SALE.-Thoroughbred Sratca Our prices. and terms are reason' ('xpoSlre.pply: 22 E. Gregory St. Intendencia street.
J I also ble. W. : ,? EVANSVILLE
Address Gto. G. Clows: Pensacolai collie imported stock oueL.dy's '.}an2l1wBOARD
J.EL.flea1: : Fla. saddle. 1102 E. Gadsden street able.Cal Visiting knights are cordially ;
v Eatete for sale .o rs tWANTEDTWO : on or write to us. X'
Yo welcomed. ..: .
or phone :8. 20jan2w AND LODGING-New furniture NASHVILLE
: i-HK- or exchange. Your busi- : J. D..KIRK. C. c. f'
.,. .. icted. J. A. Wi!- -white girls- to i'or large clean rooms. Terms rea tl;
:; :' fully! 6 FOR SALE.-Se-ond hand Babcock c. J. LEVY. K. of R. t S. BIRMINGHAM
sonable. 165
Apply Mrs. C. C.
--<: !;. ? C.-tat Ageat. 22* W. Govu in Unndry. Apply New :Method: : buggy, rubber tir s, in' first- ass Brock. THE tit
East Intrndencia
St.
:: :-'' >'r-e'. Room 7. Salisbury Laundry. 2Sjan; condition.- For"information telephoneNo. :I lljanlm Knights of Columbus. MONTGOMERY ..J1

u. -a': Phone 11!. :::jan ,: 1.FOP TURNER.&AYMARDReal W_ TED.-A few boarders at 212 W. Meetings of the NORTtt 1

'ED.-Taree men to collect!] and SALE.Most beautiful res5deac- Gregoy. New house, good neighborhood Knights of Columbus! J : I.iI

WANTED-Quart whiskey bottles at canvass life Inl>uranc Apply to block in Pensaeola overlooking the Estate and: i and on car line. 12janlm : are'bell at their hail
:\0"nJa4 Saloon. 20janlw J. P McLatushlin, asei&tant *u :rinten-!I No. & West Intenden Jl
dnt Metropolitan Life! Insurance Co.. bay liV,. oak.and, magnolia Bayou Texar.and other Magnificent shade Abstract Company, ,, ROOMS 10 RENT with or without cia street on every THROUGH SERVICE
Room 2, *" board. 22 E. Garden. ISjanlm
Salisbury buildin 23jan3:: Monday evening at
Kauffman's prices 1 tres. Meal location:; for home hotel I VIA
DAKERS get fiI
I P. 0. Box I 115. DsFualik: Spring Flariii. 7:30 o'clock. Aa !n-
L.&N.E.&T.H.andC.&E.p.
:or derelopmg and finishing. Best or sanitarium. A. C. Binkley.. FOR RENT.Two well furnished I.TO
WANTED.-Young colored man -for : con"eni.1 nation u extendedto W
ccheapest\ in dty. Romana and : rooms. Southern exposure tlbul" Thrvogh Traits Daily r\
:. azox. :0 janlm janitor. Must be clean) and willing i ito I FOR SALE.-Second hand ladies' bi i 1 ently located, near hotel and boarding visions Knights. 2Ve TO CHICAGO r-ot::

work. Apply at Concordia Club at 'I cycle $5.00, and also sewing machine C.R.YAEGERi : houses. Reasonable rates. 30! N. JOHN B. JONES. THROUGH SLEEPERS..oDAYC3ACpi5 ;"jI

once S5 E. lntendnda. !:jan : for $10.00. Apply at 403 N. Reus. : Spring street. 17janlw EDM. FOX. Grand Knight NEW OR LEAKS TO CHICAGO i.)1tDIII'IIIO
"AXTED.-St"COnd" hand furniture ISjanlw Recorder. CA"S SEHViMl; AU. MEALS E.N MOUTC t


: ,d>,n. Address: P. O. Box. .,.0)... -pa circulars, tack signsno FOR S.-\LE-OG acres good farm lan.1. I board Hot and cold bath and use i Pensaeola Uodae No. 4, J. 0. 0. F. AsHvLL_ ...

.'. :11w- (".1n asrtDg.s Continental Di6tributing :2!'i miles southeast of Chlpley. in : PROPERTY AND FARM- of telephone. Phone 865 or apply 415:I Pensacola Lodge No. 4. L O. O. F., -

Chicago.i 19janlw* Washington county; no waste land: ; 39 I W. Gregory street. 16janlwFURNISHED .i if ![ meets every Thursday evening: at 7:30 &&I

".\ .\\TED.-The: public to know that! CoT I. acres ready for cultivatlop. Goad: i! ING.LANDS.FOR f --- i i at the new hall on West Garden

i newspapers can be bought at lime: rock quarry on pnm &e.5.'or I room for rent; no light I[, street Visiting brethren cordially l $25 REWARD
WANTED-Boy about sixteen: to ; I
:_ s ufi--e for five tenti: a bundle. They '' : I further particulars address 1Jrs. L. SALE housekeeping. 111 W. Chase St. invited. E. GREENBLATT. m
:
learn '
glaring. -Apply Saunders Mil! I 1--- J. NEVILLE Secretary.
and nice. '
:
? < t. r.tan I Wise-Oslo Marianna. Fla. I'janlm i
Co., :9 "J'iSt Garden. lija1, BRIGGS HOUSE-Wright street just -

12S:! finest building lots on East Hill west of Union Depot. Nice comfortable -
I REBEKAH SISTERS.
!\
v\ VM ED Electric work of all kind. I MT ;\L\' AZIE.OoI.ES'IlG FOR I
Any intelligent- person may earn a at from :.5 up. rooms. Rates per day SOc; Naomi Lodge No. 10 Rebekah Sisters
:. fans PROFIT (which IT.! s-nd free Is 1 _l___
: us cfgn your repair;:;<: youran. : ; I
a good iacome:: corresponding for Saveral investment properties which rooms per week $!.iO) up. 12jan2w
i meets every Monday night at
!. .. ....J hour wiring, cic. P, tiSxu.i worth f 10 a copy to znyman who intends -- .
.- r.ewspapers; no canvAssing; expert will nn over 10 per cent. 18 o'clock in I. O. O. F. HalL VII. ___
p ..-: E ?clne Co.. 223 S. to invest' any money, however' NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS suit-
Send for I Gaud homes on East. Hill from $lSoa I
epc cordially Invited
unnecessary. particu ing sister to be pr-s-
: .. .tn I Email; wao has money invested nnprofllaUl /tr-f" : able for light housekeeping. All '
!arort1lern Press Syndicate. UP- ent. .}.fRS S. DeTHA YF.R. "
;;, or who '
lockport N.j.Y* >- -- rWANTED. : i-nMtimo.- : See m) list: anil "get my. piicva Us- MISS MAMIE FREEMAN. Secretary. I
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v.' ;'MEI- first-class: registered j I more per month, but who hasn't learned fore SjanlmI
I investing..
tfc.; ..2j pharmacist wants pos- the art of investing! for profit.It .
100 t M. E. B. A. No. 81. meets first and
abprfrswages $1.50
NICE FURNISHED ROOMS for rent.
demonstrates the REAL earning 202 Thiesen Building. Phone 332 I
: \\c'''; Florida permanent or I
third Wednesday evening at 7:30
dpp'y
per factory cf GouldingFsrtilteer i Newly furnished clean anj nice. I p. 4t
: zAidress:: F. z.. care power of mOIe-the knowledge: finan i
; No 10.
Ra3ord West
Hall. Inteaiencia
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Co. | m. -
Jour-j : 14jan, clers and bankers hide from the near: postoffice. Apply at 1514:! E. I tf!

-j.- masses.It D. HALE WILSON & CO. Government. street. 31rs. B. M. Trainer. street. A. G..FELL. Pres. it..I
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w.\\T-1 7j811m.PLEAS."T
;: N.1 HAND CLOTHING shawe:: how to invest email sums:: ;| J. 1... SWEENEY. See..
.:"!I-ti.!zi s: price paid for geLt's'' Money to Loan. and ho* to make them grow into fortunes 1; place>>] to board on N. Hill. '
,
.!.g .. Also sail second: hand -theactual possibUiti of in- REAL ESTATE, II I dad door from ear line on Strong W. 'O.'\....

f -V: ;. E. Intendencia. i MONEY TO LOAN.--Qn real estate or telligssi investments. I street. For particulars address No. S. Live Oak Camp No. 1, W.. O. W,

other sufficient security by applying ) It reveals the enormous profits RENTS AND LOANS! Journal. 6janlm meets ia Pythian HaH 1st and 3rd

;: B PRINTING!: of all kinds wanted: to Thos. Pebley con Palafox and bankers :make and shows how one can Wednesdays in each month. Visiting WARRANT for the arrest of t.lia0-

1 :r.i Majes Printing Co.. 24 W.: Romana, up stairs. I7nov-m. make the tame profits safely Oil newspapers this office.at They firs cents an all a bundleat clean sovereigns cordially invited. man. .*

fT. --:tI\pst. PaoDg 181. Only the It explains HOW stupendous fortunes We have the following: very desir-i and nice.FURNISHED. F. A. BOGHICH. C.c.. Wire: sheriff at DeFuniak Spring*

:- .- ->! .ork. Idee MONEY TO LEND-On good real estate i ere mad and WHY they are able pieces of property. on our "For LESLIE E. BROOKS. Clerk.] Florida; $25.00:! reward for the child.

1 security, or on pod collateral: madi -how JLOOO grows to $22.000.:! Sale" list: I ROOMS-Fine location. Fisher Monroe Douglas. This woman,

s\ --\TED -Hauling and transfer i iIL at lowest rates. Leslie E. Brooks. To introduce iny magazine write me Splendid view of bay. 414 South W O. ,v. C. Oak Grove Na: 4, Florence Wcod kidnapped him fr m

v Office phone 362; residence : Fisher building. 21jon i NOW. mention this pap r and 111 seal FOR SALE. j i Aleaniz. Dec29. Woodmn Circle meets last Thursdayof Freeport Fla. on the night of September -

; so.: Acosta & White 22-28 X.iscca : it SIX MONTHS FREE. I 2 block with nice lot of fruit trE'es.1 WA -rED.-A fw boarders in private each month at 3:30 p. m.. :d floor 6th. 1903. The chill is C: years oil.

St. 22mar. MONEY.LOANED on any ana all ; EDITOR GREGORY :and tinder fence,, NSW City... .$1,5oaj family; :aicely furnished rooms. with I Pythian Hail over Feu's stable on In- fair skin light hair has upper fore

kinds of personal property, payable: 81 Jackson Blvd. Chicago., H' block best part of East Hill- of bath and telephone. Convenient -I tendencia street Visiting sovereigns teeth rotted off; very plump, weight: ,
|use
> -dl-Se"nd i hand corn, oat! weekly or ZDo thlY. When you need chean. cordially invited. MM. W \. Smith. about SO poundsery bright ('hi""' .
railroad shops and line.
iU.:! '.-\''ton Sf.Cj meal sacks. Out of money see nieJ.. A. Wilson, 22% W. FOR SALK.-Pecan trees: all sizes; very Best bnLding location overlooking. Apply to 401 E. GregoT3janlm on car clerk; Mrs. M. B. Olsen. guardian.3011THERN Expenses paid both ways delivenns .

j *a) sr.ipment5 solicited. Write us I' Government street Salisbury building: : from extra; fine paper shell eeed. WE. Bayou Texir. 200x1373 ft... .V.500! I child to DeFnnlak! Springs Fla, in addition

: s Me :.en & Ca Omar. room 7. 2des Acosta. 14jan Good :5>> room house. W. Jackson UN.FUR."SHED-Large front room to the: $2a reward.H. r!

street. .. .. ...... .$S50| fronting to. south and west Good A. DOUGLAS. #. .'
\\ .'\TED.-Th., Merchants Transfer, MONEY LOANED en all kinds of personal FOR SALE.-Grocery store and meat Li block in New t City. near Stoiiari: light and central location. Apply 12 [ (EXPRESS( COH O OI Father of the chDJ. r

... lIO, wttti year moving and hauling. :: property t>n short notice-j markn attached; business good; place .. :. .: .. .$1500')' N. Palafox St.. or phone 65. 2janlm* : DeFuniak Springs, Fla.
creatag guaranteed. T. B. Tnorea Terms easy. J. W. Bullard. upstair* reason for telling on account of going I
j ] Number of good renting houses that BAY HOTEL.-Opec night and day. .
Prop. Phone S78. Igjunela.s .j I 28i. South Palafox St., Phone 1144. ; north, o..ner dots not want to stay f IiIt
will net 10 per cent. European: plan. Rooms light and ..
5noT eouth. Address I, M. Jo roal. ...
1 care Tl1It. M&a. It
120 Romana Transient trade t
SO
1' IIUAL. eont:' :t1DS painters: : feet by feet. corner : clean. solicited.
14jan. An almi>'t perfect skeleton WM fotndila .
; and Aleanis. Excellent location for: 575-279 S. Palafox. JIB. S. NIcolau.
I c cerorarors.! : Fine "arnshi1I 1 t UNLIMITED amount or money to jon ; J
', ion warehcuif. Houses now renting regularly Prop. I a cave at Meuloce. France, March,, '
crigji.ag Sign: painting a spa-: of personal f SALFun blood Barred Plymouth -
J kinds
all property.Special
03:: :)' :! 2. It thoirea Its owner to bare been
for $24 month.$2503Will
a RrE.fiei.ee: phone 249. 2Sajg. rates to-bus leu.men on laleans. -' i Reck Whit? Rock Fiber pr I ; I
j t and Brown Legiora: : Fowels a tall well formed man. with an average -!
The New York Lean Co., 204! j Streign Educational i
'TEAn. keepers or poultry! to South Palafox. Eggs per setting of (15) $l.OS. For lend a reasonable amount of skull and a facial angle of eighty-

.. fef'a .ceat. It is the cheapest feel I I further information adlress Plymouth money at lowest market rate of inter-, YUSIC.-Mter -Holidays" I will, five! degrees. The antiquity of this .ke -. fi
'" ->-e it makes hens lay. F. S. i Itork Pouitr Tarm. J. J. Pope: ProP... cf th above. the eton knows as the Mentone man .U.ondoabted. }
\'. : ext: en any : accept:: :a limits number ef pupils To all parts of e8. tI'Y. :
-L 1 fc Co.. Phone 334. ''L. Box 5. Bristol Fan! 7janlm : The bones are associated/
1 Miscellaneous !! :SO S. Palafox St. on the follfalns instruments: Violin. I
those of the Hon. bear
cave cave-
V. '\EDAI Celo.? Clarinet and all brass instruments -
: Pncn 234.
kinds of electrical, NOTICE : FOR SALE:.-Barred: Plymouth Rock I ; slide trombone. WIll! ; and other extinct animals. All tile 1q'1With
ex e'Pt
1 The Sootbern
.Expreea. Companyrecelves
i' L all kinds or
,
electrical .
.' "- 'i Persons who left clothing! wiih the Cockerels Iiom prize winners $J.Oi) i teach at-:pupils rf'sidncps. Music furnished bones were In place surrounded by
efc an:: taer! electrical) I
,
: ou supplies. jlate: W. J. ..Aloe1.of the Gulf City up. Large. wll marked good t blool:: : for all occasions band or or- And forwards freight, flint Implements and the remains of: tI
: need me ring 345 '
\. Peake. new Star Laundry! or build-955. :Seain and Dye works for repair are Also some good pull ts. Mrs. LizzieB For Sale i chestra. Pltase leave orders at -the 1 money ar.d valuables of all deacrip animals wnlrb the man probably bad .

11:. L Garden 15dec.'I uc-tified to call on Geo. Collins] at Jlf Bu h-s. Chipey. Ha. Sldeclm. : Clutter Mcs.c lousr. or at my permanent -'tions to all parts of the_ tocttrv: ,I I killed. Twenty-two perforated teeth, I i-
_. r Eifct Government Street- and ;get ----- --------- ---- FOR S.\LE-One No. Z A Eastmans aSdress: Xary Yard. P nsa- which may have formed a chaplet. laT
i
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w!'\-! ED -A. R. I I ELme.; Owners aiusj pay costs anJ 1 o OR S.LiSoith half block 211. folding pocket tc.ak; a bargain Ap: cola, Fa: ,. P F. Ebl ri, Bandmaster, with connections for Canada, Meil- by his bead. These bones with the 1Dutchman's

: moving and hauling.Bingham He.gtoa1"I wants I grove property. G. O- Brosnaham. fronting 400 feet en 12th Street by ply'to E. L. Reese 121 S Palafox I co, Havana, Cuba, European points, 'I skull toted in a cats near ,
il-St : 107;2 ?:eon Bay jew Park; also street Jan. ,
!I.t:" all breakage. Phone 30. I II Jan:; 1 south half of block] 21- frosting 409 eta Engis are the oldest specimens known

-- ---- I; chair! feet on 14in St., by 137 ; fet on Bay FOR SALE.-One choice Nock on top : ProesslonalDirectory! \ The Southern Express Comp&:11 of human remains and ga:: far to pror ,
fIT HOUSE DYEING, Pressing! J. H. Logan, Upholsterer .ani Park. Ths only adjoining : of : that prehistoric raceswere well farnlsh -;
Clocks_rfpaired. Give use I Mew property cf the rilge east the elictrie! operates on 30.000( ) miles of fi.'Vclass Iii
'-.eaa.n? Club. US X. Palafox Caner. Bay View Park thai is naw for. railway between Tth and Sth ttreats.Na .l with brain power. :
C : T J Das Prop. Your pat-! ytur old chairs 206 to Tarragonastreet.caac. All sort. u'e. The btauliful:w down th ;tre has favored this section and it THOS. PEBLEY, routes, and:in connection with
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11- s-.rrej; satisfaction guaran- guaranteed. ljal116t bayou and down the bay can nevpr fce cannot be .d I.C1tL; A. V. Clubbs. LAW. REAL ESTATE. LOANS AND I the Adams Express Company 01. Ronkian DUrlpllar.Gecertl 1

':: -, *""a-efu' Phone: attention 1222. given ladies.. .. obstructed. A. V, ClubbsJ COjly COLLECTIONS ;j through ray-bm, with_ thrcngrcars Dragomlroff. the Russianmilitary !

3declm.vEf THE DAVIS MANUFACTURING CO FOR SALE OR RENT.-Two lighters; I LAFOX AND ROMANA. and through expert, rose from the ranks
AUTO OBILES.-I am agsnt for the roeiaengen performs i
with capacity for 75 thoiuaud ft. PHONE 553.
wholesale and retail manufacturersand one
.' -E\fry bOdy to take dinner in mattresses and Pope Mig. Co.an1 can tcil you autos lumber; the other thirty thousand caparity. a unified ervlce,.constituting and always dressed according to the
daalers ,
Southern Hotel 9dec.'ERYHaul1ng cotton from 500.00 Thny: leES than ,army regulations for the common !sol :
taad furniture qp. cost Rates: reasonable.: Tslepsoie the largest system of the kind in
Second
bed springs; and ra- horses to keep up. They tan be run ,' writi,, J. A. Chaffln & Co. Milton dier. One day while driving about St 17.
sold. :,
Upholstering: or R. !
.. bought and Dr.S. Mallory' Kennedy the vorld.
in his be noticed
horse Petersburg carriage
r-I-; :\ of all 114 E. Belmoatfit ia sand >r anywhere a ; can go. Fla. Sldeclni,* I
'frt; moving of furniture pairing a epectaUy. Leslie H Brocks. Money Orderf are Bold at aal .: soldier with hair longer than the reg-
fit, C, T. Davis. Mgr. Office! over D'Alemberte's DrugStor*
_L Eas Hil! Transfer Co.t ITjanlm LEe fine display ; FOS SALD-Bea=t!!ai iloct 11i'W Office Hours-9:50 a m. to C p. m. agencies of the Soatberu Express clatiocs called for. He bad the horses I
FOR case I
:' 'H\. 4J4; office Phone ; 274 and 10S.LGVATESMD. stopped alighted aud. taking off hi*
TractNo.Sir For cast. Ph )Des I t
1 i City. JCOa.
"111 J- -. 21 feet long S feet hIgh: and 3 feet Company at reasonable honrfc. Keceipt
14janlm hat. ordered the soldier to seize hint 'to
I Patterson's rose i Suitable for almost Apply to A. M. McMillan Coun House. ,
CUT FLOWERS.- wide. any klnu ----
II \. given and money is refunded bl the: taJr. The soldier besitatwL H*
I mount Gardens of Montgomery. has of bus e.ss.i'1ly to E. L. Reese. _ _hug;
u order Is lost. to( lay 'l.J1ent Lands on his general
Pensacola repre- i
Jan.
placed an agency:;: in
FOR
RENT : Bertie Smith. 41C N. NORMANS PILLS.-JIOSt received ia the a4 ; besides the hair WM clipped too I.
I seated by Miss Cathartic: ,, This cheapest war *
Barcelona Order's promptly filled for JUST RECEI VED-Large cairaeat 55.COO Compound: For doe to aCord a bald) for the haM

0 \ : -A newlY pa pond Bixro roses carnations and aMTdads of other imported Olive) Oil. Ret&1l'y pint. sale at The Alligator and West End OPTICIAN Eaal1 tI1 b7 man or .*ber- Tte: general rarveyed the soldier rtera-

";;' : blocks oatt of 1... cut flowers. Phone ,;1. 10d gallon or larger; quantity. G. Uorasss I Salojns. ISnovln ... ly for a few moment:: then twining

n i-ar lin>. .-\pply.1. M. ,' & Co.. ship chandlers aatf grocers: 701 306 THIESDV BCflHIWSxirot For sale at Main om e. 16 West : hU fingers# In the latter' locks, be UV
,,- South PalatoLi 4oet. FOR SALE.-10 room house. corner
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phone 99"ISjanlw TAILORING L. Diamond. Tailor. Government Branch offices, J. B. erally wiped np the street: with him, m:
i' I lot 3 blocks from Palalox. lot 96x .-
Gents clothing cleaned, pressed andrepaired FOR sired&tLE.-Only Date of i Florida young Uuar pig 192 on .ar H:)6- -For'partksalart Incuire WC'cnj'! TRIP t.tt Roberts & Co.. Corner: Ham and the victim DOt Carinc to resist FinaJ-
by
6S323 $
Xo 11H
r of Orphan Lee or Baltimore:
Fla.Idee 5S544
Su Pensacola re-entered his carriage and
: new Star Laundry building. West Government --- ; = and Gadcdec J. E.i be m
treets.
All with Alcaniz
"-- guaranteed rcristratloss and ::
t; inaay --- dean old drove on, ordering the sold iertto4 fol
Walker SALE'-Xice.
si:reel Apply FOR
-.. pedegrees. Carl Set rJind. Chlplev ne.-spa. PP PPIINuLESS ,UiS book cf ptrOculm I i Williams corner Jacknn and DeVllfier -
I bundle. 0.D the 1lrst barber'. shop they -
: Laundrj'22dec Fla. pers at are cents a This office. OB lunM orauuortara 1o.At
26nov. Haacab Bros drug store
streeu. and had "
'iI
-- -- --- SAJLMAKER.' rye '> came to be again alighted: ev- .
A .. ; o.' hAMhantorage room for 'J. IL PORTER -uIJml.ker! 716 South FOR SALJL Xlce clean Bwfptpera- AND is. M.. idregDr.WOOLUCT, :j White Si. Co.. drug store, Hargls phanItaxer. ,I try vestige of hair abated from. th.

jole.! for furniture or other Palafox street Order taken for: for salt Only 5c a bundle. They FOR SALE OR RENT-New. modem.t106lot" C 1K rzrI | orsg store; B41L Solomon' re soldier's bead then turned him 1ou *'25I -

and J&6( South. Tarrasora 1! tents awnings c np rtPC $ a.nd bousei make good wrapping paper, and are !'. six-room house East Hill I I| E. W. 'FOWLEB.I j]I u a horrible example to bU ttttrwt.
it Pntcesre3On&ble. :1iax. just tie thin; to pat under matting. near cars. A. C. Bink1 Y. 'jan .
etc. j I
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I PACE EIUHT. THE PEN3ACXLA..- JOURNAL, TUESDAY MORNING; J JANUARY 23. 1906 -'
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If You GOLD l n HUNTERS I REAl ESUTE [ McMillan Bros. Co. I.-Protection .to a Man's Most Sacred. Interests,



His wife and family-Is tie first essential of Life lasur-



CannotStay AT WORK NEAR TRANSFERS I ..= ... i An Equitable, ance. Policy ProtectsBetter *


-in I MOBILCALABAMA.MA.RKITS'() ) j see us abou t it toJay.Tomorraw: might to too late.Insurance .

MIAMI Following is a list of th real. estate ,__ __ ______ ______ I
transfers recorded during. the weekending :
January 20. a.i furpished The Knowles 8 Bros CLen'1! Als B

When it RainsFortify Journal bj the Pensacola Abstract' Gives menstrength : I Fire, Life. Pensacola

Company: I I
Mrs. Barbara Pre-ffer' to Cora P.I and r -

jourswlf) against' Searching for Buried Treasureof Pfelff r. lots 16 and 17 and .N% (if I courage to surmoj/' I I Naval Stores.Savannah j ==-

18 blk \VatcrFront. $1.00 and other Ga' ..22.-Th naval
: Jan.
the rain- 3 X38X3 tt xI ;::\:.
Gold Value at "River- considerations. I I all diffiitj .. fI stores market co3d! today as follows: 1

r Eva.D. Pfeiffar.and Cora P. Pfeiffer WW '.. .: .... .. .. ....C 15 1 r FENeACOL ,
6 mont to 'Frank Marston and H, G.; Quina. I Renews vitality 4I .1 WG ,". .. .. .. .. ........6 10 :
: Buy One of! Our lots 16 to 20 inclusive block 2, Water! imparts and N.. .. ?. .. .. .. .. .. ....3 75M I I I Iron Works and Supply Co. \
I life
: Front $1 and other consid;rationl.: !i snap_ ._.. .. ..-; .. .. .. .. ;..._.523 j

: Treasure hunters ara operating in Jacoo Kryger to Louise Carmichael, I ALL ''K.. .. .. .. .. .. .......,..5 00' Manufacturers and Repairers of }
I the vicInity of Miami but to date the!(i W, :35: ft. lot 84, block 10,.Old City and j GOOD DEALEBS -/ \ I 1.. .. .. .. .. .... ...1.... ..4 50 $ MACHINERY AND BOILERS

CravenetteOvercoats same luck that comes to the most of 1 1I. I I E& lot 83. block 10 Old Cit)'; |1. j t i sean i H. .. .. '.:. ....... .3 9734 to 405; ft FORCINGS, .MILL AND STEAMSHIP SUPPLIES

treasure s>eek<,rs has been their fate I L. G. Hanks to J. E. Hanks. December -:' 1 ''G.. .. .. .1 ..........3.77% to 3 S5 2 STEAMSHIP REPAIRS A SPECIALTY \

I. or if any strike ha been made they)t 30. 1D05.! NWi of .SE',4, Sec.. 15;. F.. ;. . .. ... ... ..3 75; to 3 82 21 h Prompt attention given to all orders. day or night Ageat, 2

hUe been careful /
hide and conceal any and ,all signs of James Ljkke to John Johnson, SW 6&B"I: D_. .. .... -.. .. .. ._.. .. ..372% Chains of all descriptions. ..
the same says th.2 Miami Metropolis. \'\ of 'SE4.! Sec. :37: T. 1, S. R. 31 W.. C.. .. .. .. .... .. .. .. ._ 3 67% I 5 Office phone 123. PHil. W1TTR/IAN./ Mgr.,

I For years past there has been a $1 and other -considerations. ... I Spirits Turpentine 64 cents. 2 Residence P'lone 1029. P. O. Box: 123. ?
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They're cheaper than doc- .
ph general rumor that the tract of land R.W. SubleU fiuardian of MJQtonI: .3 jsxmatt 3 a K :nu cttrcrv3 I Sub'ett to JolnTSIaloy, l ll1. blft..103.Xew I I REPORTSUwcrpool'Ccttpn \ia
mile AUSLEY &JSO.'S -
tor bills. $10.00 to $28.00 a or BO up the river owned by :"
-' Messrs. J. H. Tatum & Co.. and City. $600. : Market.

I known as "Rivermont" contained ,Win. Fisher by erecutors to R. J'I, r Close! ............... ...............o..................

burled treasure, of great value. This Brent. N 125 (t.. block 88.. Maxent Tr., 'J n..Feb....................................&-18
rumor pichably emanates or grows $450.> i I Feb..Mir......................................6.111I
I from the fact that this land was inhabited W. E. CraIg and: Mod ate Hargis to' tjiiES 1 I MAT-April...........;.....................W9. 1AUSIEY
centuries some Henry IIer. lots. 11 to 17 Inclusive April.M,y ...................................-22 6COMMISSION? COMPANY i
The John White Store I contending many anJ asserting ago that there block -:1. Belmont Tract, $1000 and)I II May-Jane...................<............... I
I, other considerations j jI II I June-Jalf... .. ....:8. 6JulyAugust ,
I are r..cods on Ale in Spain which Hem Her to H V, Iendail lots]{I :::::::: ::::::::::::::::: 62TAagnst .

Specialist In M.,,'* Wear, i show it to have been the oldest settlement I 12 13, block .41 / II I ,b ptemtx r ......................_.It 30 : BROKERS
Palafox in the United States. and: Belmont Tract, September-October ...._..................592 :
205-207 Street.
: S. : All of this the owners hare never $lOW and other considerations. 1 I I October-NoTt-mber ................ .......5'.8>
.. Phone 225.CHAS.BLUM&CO : taken the pains or time to look into I Henry M. Yong and'J. Wallace) La- November-December ..................:,...58Dwernber i
[ but there are evidences still! on the mar to McDavid Hjer Co., lots 4 to .January ........ ................616 II WEST INTENDENCIA STREET, PENSACOLA! FLA.
,1'I I property showing it to have j lJeen in- 10. W/; 12. 13 and 16.ta',20,. inclusive, hummI 1w Mn ft iisths; CoItu.I Lirerpocl Spots <628< ;;.,c .

j habited and in use many years ago. block 138 New City. $1000 and other 1 I I ,
considerations. Private Wires N. Y. N. 0 and
One : Chicago. :
of these is a well thirty or forty New York Cotton Market. I .. ,.
feet dee-0. dug through the rock whilea J. W. her to R. C. Caldwell 'and J.I 1 I .
G. Turner all"block 222 West Tr. berte lot 20. block 1. West King Tr., Open Higi! Low Close:
H. iAiA4 short distance off is a great chimney $1 ,Jfher King $1 and other cons derations. Jam.............. .... .... ".. "-37
that at once time probably stood' and considerations. I,1!' A. A. Fisher to J.: 'E. Alezander. lot 1 February..........:.... ..... .-.... ....* | COTTONSTOCKSGRAINPROVISIONSandBONDS :
in a .icuse. This chimney is s) John H Koblerto Ed G. Quina and 24. bloc: 104. East King Tract. E. of ': March-........... .... ..... U:72
|FULL aged that It is coverEd with vines i Frank Marston lots 6. ,7' and 8, block Tarragona ( April........,.... .:.. \:,... .... ..... -
Ht and large branches and bodies of' 127, East' King Tract. $1 and other: siderations.I .street, $1.00 andothar'JMay................ .... ..,. 1183 | Bought and"S !ld on Margin or for Investmsnt. t

IT trees foic themselves through it.I I considerations. "" I i I iJnae! ............,. ....." ..... ..... .... .
Stone terraces: leading to the water E. J. Miller .to Ben II. Thomas .En 'I Leslie E. Brooks' to Annie Sanders I July................ .... ..... 11.93 National)' \
EXPRESS also how that the place had been)| lot 104 block 19, Old City. $1250. 'N. 60 ft. of S. 120
t iJ PREPAID settled and inhabited at one time but I, &Louis lot S Boley or' -SEiJ to Wm.of SEVi P. ro'nson.,Sec. 27. S 338.bering East, 3100.Simon King. Tract, .NewCity' .. Num. j I October esnensber.-................ ..... ..... .......... .e..6.. .+&+. ... ... ......t..

when no one knows. 3 N. R. 31 pr'l: Johnson to A. A. 'Fisher, a L ; NOTfaber......... .... ..... ..... .....

H1 ifAZO the All treasure of thesa part are patent comes, but in is another where-I Louis Boley containing to W. P. Brownson.acres, $40.S} i lot 74 ft. front ,on DeSoto street by,1 Doownber............... .... .... .... ........+...+.. ++++ + +.H;..+....*.+.*...++..+.....
120 ft New York.Spots. U 23Wifs "
NE of
deep in corner block 44,
lot
question Mr J. H Tatum 5. Sec. 26 T. 3 N. R 31 W. containing j
sajshe

i he boujjjt has :heard the property th3 rumor' but ever has never since)I I! lots.40 11 F.acres, Wolfe'$200.to Ralph' G. Busbnell.l,i I IB I 1]East:1375.r .Mrs.. King R. A.Tract Fisher E.to r of.Moms Tarragonat.Bear N..,, Owing to Trouble wire trouble Delays caused Reports.bj the I i Modern Gas Light is the Most j

tQ 16. I
had block
the nerve or time either to dig: inclusive 113. New
for that. Others have also heard City Tract. $1.00 and other conaideralions. .| 10 ft. cf ,E 10 ft; lot J,, block 23, Re!- storm grain an4 stock market report.
IDoz. t mont Tract. $1<>>. I were not recived jesterday.
that the property contains a hidden!) |I I L. S. Drown Ausley & Co.'.. Daily Cotton Letter. I
to Mrs. Clara Jensen
. treasure and last Saturday afternon'' G. J. Morgan to Clayton Alien, all' I I Reliable of All Illummants. I
22 Lnerpoolnas I
DELIVERED FOR lots 18 21 lots 1. 2. 19 and 20'andV 25 ft. lots New York: Jan. .
an effort was made to locate it, but to inclusive block 110 East '
I this, ,
.3 and 18. all being In block 232.New I practically unchanged morning
i King Tract of Tarraeona :
the hunters either strppt. $125. .
.were frighteneloff -
-- 1. the positionas. .
evidently being in same
City Tract. $I.
bj! $ I2Q2 or abandoned! their scheme.It I lot Ransom 10 sab div.Dean lot to 4 D of Hale Wilson::1 I Louis B>ley to Carrie .Zerr. lots l'I' the markets on th'.s"side! not : .Stores,, offices- and warehouses lighted with Gusrc 4.
that Carlos DeVil- .
c3r.I'
:
appears the
a negro in employ and 2. block 3lEhrKlng Ti-act, E.I ing to ijo very"uch until after i .
Grant.
of Mr.\ Tatum Hers T. 2 S. R. 30 W. .
and who looks $1 and of Tar-agona '*tieetP$400. "''- I government ginners report tomorrow.Our : candescent .manties have light.in abundance at any hour Jof
oth .ndorll .
after r considerations.Alex .
.
the property and prevents trespass -' lien retained three tea'rs. 8 per cent markets were dull tame affairs I 4- the day or night-all toe time. Gas .t Water, Heaters 4

upon it, discovered four or five, block Hall to Maggie_ Hall lot 27. Unit 11 states to S: Jackson, 354 throughout the session.. Tne movement :- : furnish hot water quickly for bath laundry or culmarj f
1 517 AND 519 WEST::: BAY ST.. men uorng and digging on the prop-, 135:: East King Tract. E.' of L. ofSWSec.8T.-5N.R.31 Wl; to ports was a little larger than purposes., J
containing
erty Saturday afternoon. Thehaj! & N. R. R.. $350. -
JACKSONVILLE FLA.NickVBuffet 80!!' acres.* for some slays,and no one. seemed .toxileh << : *
A. A. Fisher to _
spades aad picks and some sort of Geo. W. Howe lots I 4
: i Morris tcD.. and to risk their judgment as ta what .
I 18 II. Harrison, W. 4
__ an instrument. They were working: to 22. inclusIve block 122East King 4 .
n 52 ft. of lot block the tomorrow would show. S
353. 25. Old City, report.
energetically when he came upon 1 Tract Belmont Numbering $100) and 17350. <' We ;r* inclined: to think the professional !
; them in the hammock and did not' oilier cuiibiiier<& Pens cota Gas Company I
and Jno. Baumeister Mary E. and F, C. Brent to Thee eloroent,are inclined .to I be bullIsh
discover to
him until for 11. G. Brosna- *
time.
jl The no. ro ordered them some to leave I ham. K& of -SEU (less 11 acres in W. Br. nt. W. 35fLkt176) all .lot ,177, not altogether. on ,their belief' in *

the place as they were on private i NW corner) Sec.'22 T. 2. N. R. 31 W Isis. 223 ;nd 224, Old City JLW a ,bullL.h. bureau report, but on account Phone 148. 24 and 27 E. Garden Street. \
Restaurant S Keyser to F.. C. of the heavy spot demand which
also N1 of > Brent. N. 31 I !
; of property the men.and according not wanted! to there.his state-One! NW!4 of NE NWW.!4. Sec.SEi 26. T.of NWy4 2l.. R.and 31 ft. 3 in. of S. 171 ft. 3 in, lot 233. OM I seems to' be increasing dailj. All ......... ......... ... ..... ..............:
; Cit)'. $1 and other onsid cables>> siat that the demand for the
raUons.
Is the only place of its nrfat. swore at him and with a rifle; W.. except 8 acres in NW't of NE!i, ---- -- --- -- -- --
Und in Pensacola. in fact ran him away. He thn came to the' Sec 26, $1000J. Thos.: W. Brent to' F, C. Brent W. actual stuff Is heavy in thp English -
35 ft. of jot '16',' atfl block markets spinners buying large lots ----------
Stis tot 177 26. :
t' and told Mr. A. Kellop; to A. M.
city Tatnm that men McMillan lots C>rder "YC
>'-1r
also 223 and :224.! :tilock '31* :at an advance a decline, buyers be-
, 21 and .Old City,
were digging holes in the ground at 24. block :2f1! East Pensacola .
' APridetof I Rhermcnt and that they hal run him City Co. Tract. Sec. 5. T. 2 S. R. 29 W., 1100. f" In/'; very willing to make concessions : I 1 ICE,. COAL and WOOD
to stuff. Manchester
Harry W.Gibbs Ue reports
off with a rifle. $1 and other considerations.J. to. D. Hale Wilson, get
: lot 3 block 104 New City trade exceptionally good during th b. freiaa.: the I
W $1.00 and
Mr. Tatum at once went to Bullock Jr.. to E. A. D'Alem-
out
.
investigate
f ,
Pensacola.Larger. the report and whilthe I other consideratlonsr' past week from all quarters.In .Consumers and Fuel Company.
P. C. Brent to W S. Kejser/W a. short. time now the new crop
12
: Corner
men were gone he found unmistakable ; I Offlc Chftge and Tarragona. Phone 2S9.
I ft of S& lot 232. block 29 will be taken into consideration and _
Old
: City, ____ __ .
cities cannot signs that they had been diggingand !Rim --- --- _
$1 and other considerations. the governments weekly reports will I
boast of a better cqutppejplace. hit picks and boring machineshad ALWAYS ASK FOR"HOSTETTERS"
been .I' ''Brjan Dunwoody heirs of Jameg be watched closely by the trade and -
The ervico Is the in usa. Mr. Tatum is certain
Abercrombie to T. A. anything that would point towards another
best that can be had. from the nature of the holes and' Jennings W 4
the way they are scattered that toe of SE J 3uJ SW>4, Sec:. 22 T. 1, N., R.: short crop will start prices upward TtiPPINaNEWS Brosnaham, Dotson & Ca
30 W.. $I. rapidly.!
: Nick Apostle Propt'i there party were with gold the hunters hope and and had intention gone and you get ths safest and :most reliable G. A. fvey to Joe Botts. lot'32 In lot Hartev Jordan anil the executive' Boilar Makers, Machinistsand

of remedy ever compounded: for No. 2, See. 32 T. 6. N. R. 30 W. J100- commtt<' of the association will arrive Founders.
locating a treasure as no one would the ailments
of the Stomach, :/Liver Louis foley. to A. A. Fisher, lots 6. in New York, tomorrow to meet Steamship and Mill Supplies.
hate
dug they did Wr
as anther and Bowels and the one that is back. 7 and S. 11. 12. 15, representatives,; at' the New England Office Phon.Wltf. Coyte tit reet Whorl
16. 17. block
i purpose. He has taken double measures ed ba 61 Arrived. K<*ldenc'Phone 933 PenttroU. rflorti
phenomenal
, Safes! Safes! Safes! to prevent other Intrusion and record of cures. West' King; Tract. $100'and other eon Lsideratlons. and English spinners when it is :!
a possible theft of his treasure although Mobile.
IPI. Buy Diebold Safes! It is hidden, and he knows I HOSTETTER'SSTOMACH A. A. Fisher to G. W. Pulliam. lots Korana Aust ss., Randie 2387:: Gal-
30
not where it is. 16, 17, 18, block 157. Clapp Tract. Eel teston. ", TOURS TO EUROPE, 2 TO JAPAN
mont Numbering, $750. OYSTER DEPOT. I Under superior man.gem.nt rxr<-pti<>nt'
Ip Scarritt Moreno BITTERSmakes Erunbarmen Br fcs, Barton 2337 advADtagt'8.! Fall Tours Around the' VN orl"
A Card. A. A. Fisher to 'J. D. Pulliam lots Phone 1210. ...Gulfport. ,I I,I AnnUAl l Oriental Cruise in fcebrnarr *r.
j Agent. This Is to certify that all druggistsare the entire system strong and 19 and 20: block 157. Clapp Tract. Belmont l. Fine Perdido! Bay Plant and Escam Adele Swed .bk,'Janse. 596. Havana. fran N.Free.FRANK .

authorized to refund jour healthy and thcs cures Indigestion, Numbering, $500. bia Oysters at reasonable prices. Heratie L. Baker Hohr, 720, Sugua C. CLARK,96 Bway, New York
p money Dyspepsia Costiveness Heartburn Louis: Boley to J',..H. Kohler and la Grande. _
4 J __ i if Foley's Honey and Tar falls to cure Female W.
I jour cougn or cold. It stops the. Ills Colds and Grippe. Try it. C. Mackey. lots 1to -S, inclusive and C. Tabarras & Co.COFFEE Cleared. '
I lots 11 'o 22 Cairndon Br Anaerson! for Bilge Morris
I ---- -- cough heals the lungs and prevents ,- inclusive block 128; Eat,,t 6a Dannheisser
trom'a King Tnct E. of.. Tarraeona: 's.trPf_ >t with bunker coal. f I
[ serious. results coiL CUrS la ---- un.
; P. J. Thistlewood. Am ss Reed. 233 (Formerly of Dannheis Bro '
Robbery and I grippe consumption.cough and prevents Contains pneumoniaand no opi J850.Almo J. zfnd H Osgood Anson to for ew ONrleans in ballast. I, Pure Old Rye 'and Bourbon, Fmi

ates. The genuine is in a yellow Mrs. Clara Caro. lot of land 80 by 200 D IL Rivers Am'sch. Peck for Wines, Beer and Tobacco.
I
ft. in lot No. 2, being 402 ft. 7 inches Philadelphia. with 525,000 p ft pine
I package. Refuse substitutes. W SEEDSl Old
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Exorbitant Prices ft lumber. Hickory Whiskey MySpecialty
D'Alembert. druggist and apothecary. i in from NE corner thereof in Sec. 51. lumber 275,000 S cypress ,
I T. 2, S..1t. 30 W.,.. $1.00 and other con ,We are the Pioneer Calumet. Am ach. Guptll. 1094. for 12 W. Zarragossa Street
siderations. New York, with 6,160 barrels rosin. PENSCAOLA. FLORIDA.A

fl Are Cousins. SOMETHING NEW J. S. Pfeiffer :and Geo. Pfeiffer.,., Coffee Roasters of

I WHICHSUCCEED to Edward Sunday, E. 10 ft. of lot '4. To draw the fire out of :a burn heala GENTLEMAN'S TASTE IS BEST
I all lot :3. block 25. New City. $1. West Florida.McHUGH'S cut without !leaving a scar, or to cure SUITED WITH A

! FOR PENSACOLA : cambia Lodge No. 15. F. & A. M boils sores, Utter, eczema and all skin I
There's a right and legitimate by trustees, to_Wm.. Fisher, lot 13 and scalp diseases, use D 'Vltt's'Vitc l CERTIFIED CHECK

price for everything.Our Sec. 23, in St. ,John .Cemetery, J73.. i BLENDS Hazel Salve. specific for piles. Get
WILL G. DAILEY AND ARTHUR W. Bucknsr Chipley to Anita G. Chip- the genuine. No remedy causes such
prices are right. ley lot 8, block 40. Belmont Tract speedy relief., Ask for DeWItt'sthlJgenuine. 5c CIGAR.

When you buy here you i DAVIS TO START INTO NEW also N. 30 ft. of -S. 60 ft. of lot 3. blk! 'have' All the qualities of fla! rot aroma
. 5!, East King Tract $1. : no equal. A trial color and goo material 1 it
cash thus
and save BUSINESS IN A FEW
pay DAYS.
When You Buy Thos. C. Wat'mnto W. M. Edwards Order EacternStar.. embodied>> in It.
moneb' use our lots 9 ::.nd 10. block 76 ..".''ew. City J250:; will convince the connoisseur -. Regular meeting of
Get the Best. ana other considerations. Florida Chapter No. 14. A. Greenhut & Co.
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prices for cash are 15 to Pensacola is soon to boast of a new t
. L [ and unique enterprise, something, in !It's the Cheapest in the End. Scott M. Loftin' to1W. Edwards that we O E. S. 8 clock p. DISTRIBUTORS.
Jan. 23ra:
:0 and 25 per cent lower lot 11, block m.. Tuesday
130 'ew
' fact thai no other city in tha' world Citj. .$500 and make PENSACOLA. FLORIDA.
other no extravagant Visiting members cordially
than credit houses. Our has. It I is a fish sausage factory. j considerations.
f [ Although fish has been already d R. W. Swan to X3. E., D'Alemberte. invited I
; I thousands of customers j lots 26 claims. :MRS. ELLA BEYER -- .
in many Different forms but no one; and 27,E. of L. &. N. R. R
.j know It. Others in justice ever heard of .fish sausage before. The'1 1i Landreth'sNew Sec. 21. 1 S. R. 31 W.. 18 acres. J50.. '' Sec.-\V.31. I'
i product Is to.be a regular sausage: Wm. Fisher by W. H. Knowles et, I }MRS ALICE WILI3ON We Give You a
Wholesale
to their purses shoulJ made in every way just like pork a!. executors: to Morris Bear N 10 ft.: and Retail .

4 know It. Our $10.00 and I sausasa i with ,the exception that nicii, ,of$300.lot 14. block .23., Belmont Tract. I pected that some agreement will 4:' I Guarantee
'fresh white fish meat will!! be used in. t GROCERSand
spinners rt'1u1re1ments
$1 .00 Suits will prove It stead of park: and beef. The processis Crop !I Jesse' Eramons and;"Ransom'lliber-I reacaed O..regarding cotton on a basis of 15 cents i

-so will our Cravesette an entirely new one, and is not son to McMillan Co. S.J3 cr 's'of lot po-md. We have very little faith of good: work and seticO
1. I known to the :. See. 16. T. 5. N. R. 30 W..' all! kinds of Feed per I
.SO and any on3 except ownersof I I J77 33. in tMir ability to reach any such *e say good wonman .- "*
Coats at $1 $13.50 J.
i the new factory)', who are Will G. E. Yong9 and )Irs. Letitla B. and think the coton grow I the very be'' obtainable -

Regent Shots $3.0.; Stt- Daile)' and.'Arthur. ., Davis. These' Just i long*..to Wm.. Fisher,.. lot 4, block :32. Stuffs.Pluto ers agreement had much better have stuck to the; by mean o'
two well known grenllemen claim that Received.I New Clty.. JJ.OO.: {
I
them In the Instead i equipment. I
Derbies at $3.50. men a ho helped past .
son this: product is delicious and will be II I Provisional l Munlc'pality' of PensaI of hobnobbing with the ones MODERN
a great seller- I colato C. C. Yonge. Uo-thirds to Wm
o"on everything in
always !
I Water who have,
,, The plant Will be put op in a few, I1sb r..one-thtrci. a piece of ,land ad. their power to reduce the, value of1;i LAUNDRY METHODSand

din and the new food.put on the mar-! i joining lot. 1.. block- on ,the south 41'' their ,rolct.. We think cotton aj I intelligent operation.Let .. .
ket. ft. 3 jnches by< 11 ft., being. 15$. t<. i I I us do your "..&83.
i
i W. A. D'Alemberte from NB purchase.The
H. 0. ANSON comer. extending. into the : Wholesale and Retail.
No pills |sas pleasant and positiveas I I" Street, $500. .v tt: I The Star Steam
.
DeWitt's-Uttle Early Risers. These i Druggist andTelephole Apothecary, i 'r f Original Laxatve| Cough Syrup

: f CASH CLOTHIER i-effecthe:Famous Little tl&t ',children Pills are. delicate so mild ladies and! 109., ._ An' agreeable! "inovei ear of the ,bowfls .I New Orleans Grocery Co. Is It Kennedy's expels all cold Laxative from Honey the system:and Tar bj !, Laundry.

without any .unp1aSa.flt.Cffeet 1 Is &' '
1 cathartic on the .
Palafox and Main. and weak people enjoy their cleansing i :produced' Ly ,phamWfrTatn'sv l Stomacniand acting as bowels.Kennedy's 31 E- 2arQ-.n St. Phone Ut'
Corner j 121 South Palafji Street!, Jas. McHugh Laxative Honey and Tar Is1.
while *
I effect strong
people say they are] Liver Tablets.. _For sale by alii Pensacola. Flu
r safe and harmless for I
I'the beat liver.pills sold. .Never gripe. i -* a certain curs
druggists. I I I --
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to "II .1 .. Phone 1O5. Proprietor. colds croup and whooping cough. | .II.-


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