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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 24, 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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[NSUS BUREAU AUTO RACES ONE HUNDRED, LIVES LOST MINE SCALE THE PRESmEN. 1 :J' '$



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REPORT T ON ORMOMD ON STRANDED STEAMER IS ADOPTEDUnited r


DEFENDED BY B i i

World's Record
for
I Mile Twice I r Mine Workers Make Practically

COTTON Lowered by the Same Str. Valencia from San Franciscoto MANN '
1
,Machine.CIGAR.SHAPED iD DECADENCE C E OF Puget Sound Ashore, on COIl AGAIN no Change Scaleas SPOONER

Reported. !


s SYs N2arly Ten Million Bales STEAMER MADE I AMERICANI Vancouver Island. ON.fi1ITNESS
PRESIDENT LEWIS AND VICE- Three Hours of Senate's Time

Ginned Up to January NEW RECORD FOR ONE MILE Nine Survivors Have Reached the PRESIDENT MITCHELL CLASH Taken Defend-
Up by
OF 31 35 SECONDS HEAVY Speech
16.Of I Telegraph Hut. OVER ANTHRACITE MINERS

WEIGHT CHAMPIONSHIP. GASOLINE SHIPPING 4 STAND PROPOSITION OFFICERS FOR ing Roosevelt.In .

CARS WON BY CEDRINO.
-
f this Amount Florida Ginned a VESSEL LEFT SAN FRANCISCO ENSUING TERM ELECTED.By 1 1i
j I Connection With Santo Domingo

Total of 74,270. By Associated Press. I Figures Contained in ON JANUARY 20 WITH MANY Testified Regarding [Large Sums Associated i i and Morocco.
Press.
Ormona, Fla, Jan. 23.-The world's PASSENGERS. AND A CARGO OF
Recent of Commerceand 'In 1anapolis, Jan. 3.The convene
record for one mile was twice lowered Report GENERAL MERCH,NtfrSE-BUT Borrowed-Justice Duel Censor .:tion: of the Union Mine Workers to- i1

$t1ARP BREAK ON NEW YORK to-day in the fourth annual Ormond- aay adopted the report of the scale SHARP
Labor EXCHANGES
MARKET FOLLOWED ISSUANCEOF Daytona automobile tournament. an! Dept. MEAGRE DETAILS HAVE BEEN of Town Topics.By committee. with practically no change OF REPARa7TEE .

both times b>' the same car, a cigar- RECEIVED.By The discussion of the propositionto BETWEEN SPOONER AND{
endorse the plan of the anthracite
REPORT, CAUSED BY HEAVY )
shaped
steamer driven bj Fred Mar Special to The Journal. :1.IS. Associated Pree;;. I miners caused a clash between Pi evident TILLMAN AMUSED THE CROWD;

SEI. .ING-CLOSE WAS BARELYsn4D' riott. : Washington, Jan. :3.monorap'l New York Jan. 23.-Col. Mann was, Mitchell and Yic President ED GALLERIES-BILL
In the first starttof the contest for Associated Press. 'Lewis in which considerable feelingwas PASSED
st issued
ji by the Department of Commerce
.
( AT DECLINE OF 24 TO again on the stand today In the trial shown.
the Sir Thomas 'I>e jar trophy, the and Labor on Transportation Victoria B. C., Jan. 23.-!A' dispatch, BY HOUSE TO PREVENT GRAFTIN
?
Nornian Hapgood for lib l. When! The report of the tellers showed the
V POINTS.By rater made the mile In 32 1-5 seconds Routes ana'S)stem of the world, gives from Cape Beale says that a steamer!asked*how he became sufficiently acquainted election of the following officers: CANAL COMMISSION.

lie was tse onlv"I entrj in the mite borne very interesting statistics on has gone ashore on Vancouver Island with J. P. Morgan to borrow: President. John Mitchell; Vice-Presl- ,
championship for steamers and did the decadence of American 'shipping. near Clause. The lighthouse keepersays dent, T. L. Lewis; SecretaryTreasurer
$2500; he said: "I met and Knew his
Associated Press. the mile in :31 3-5. breaking all mile In 1855-a half century period Hundred were drowned : W. B. Wilson; Delegates to the
ago-a one persons By Associated Press
father. I think I know him"eIl' /
American of
Federation Labor, the
Wa- iiiigu .Ian 3,-A bulletin records, including hIs former one. j jfriie when steam was coming into favor Washington. Jan. 23.-For, mere'
above named and
three Utohn
"I'd bthf, Census Bureau at enough to, ask him. When asked, Dempsey -than three hours
"a. ''' mile heavv-weight champion'America! had in its to-day Mr. Spoontll'occu
foreran trade ships News if the disaster: is uagre beIng -, H. C. Perry: and John Fahey.
'to "i '!'oik (his afternoon, : for gasoline cars was won by CeaYino: : aggregating 2,348,338; tons of which what reason there was for Thomas R.-1 ied the time of the senate in1 ILi
confined to a message cceived by explanation and defense of the cour'of .
Ryan fo lend him $10,000 Col. Mann
tmouiit III t ( n (ion mned in 39 3-5 seconds. I .
: I U:>>,Ot5 tons were steam tonnage. In
jbOWin'1 Captain Caudin, marine ;ent, from I the aatnmistratlon relative to th \ ".,' "f I llui to January to Rain during the morning.,.delayed 1005 the total tonnage of American lighthouse Keeper Palters at Cape: said W. C. Whitney introduced him to Morroccan conference at Algecieraa .....

.. "';'I lei." H ;ainHg:. "Sieamer wrecked be-' Mr. Ryan and told him (Ryan) that COLD WEATHER and In connection with Santo Doming f,,:
imr ,iUi<. !IBMear. in the best condition for high speed' was ] ; Col. Mann: was an honest man and a go. The speechwas delivered to '!
only 943,730 of which 596jD4; tons twe.n, Hoo and Cloose; ab ut one hun crowded galleries '
r i' -ei>it I bstates showed the; irg. gentleman and any time he could doan and to a well fllled '''i\}
I IA IA were steam. In other words, while dred drowned.. Niue survivors have, senate and received careful attention
t:, ,,'in
I:,.. eia. 1 ;!*;..:!:M.; South Carol.n-i growth of population, wealth commerce money he'wanted him to do it. FELT LUST response to the speech of Mr. Bacon
more particulars as soon as possible. '
.\ 'It"' T"'a l > :?..' IQ.; : manufactures and railroad Edwin J. Yorkman, a reporter next and Mr. Tillman and its purpose\ was I; ..

'.11' HI H.I I bulletin will be A NEW UW FIRM : to justify the president's acts in both
iop is>- building, its shipping in the foreign FEARS ENTERTAINED testlfi tl. He said Justice Deul told tiiatters'under discussion. There were .

'i i ason about March 20,! trade has steadily decreased until it.. FOR STR. VALENCIA him that he (Deul) was the censor of fiequent interruptions by Mr. Tinman '

.,\ in, ;;!,. oral growth for 1905. is only slightly more than one-third! Town Topics. Witness' said that the NIGHT and some sharp'exchanges of repartee M

I' what it was half a century ago San Francisco Jan. 23.' -F-3ars "ai 2entertained justice also said that when Col. Mann between him'and }Ir. Spoon These {1.
SHARP BREAK FOLLOWSTHE HAS lOCATED America has a total ocean tonnaat.accora'ing ', amused the galleries but once or To
for the rfeamer Valencia was awey he (Duel) was editor In-
twice Mr Spooner showea' he
CENSUS REPORT to the Department of Commerce was annoyed ft:
and Labor of 7.456543 tons which is believed to be the steamer chief ind that at all times was con- and once he made a serious

N. ,* rd Ian. 23.-Tbe report of including the whale, cod and mackerel lost off the Vancouver :coast. She is suited by Col Mann.Hostilities. Thermometer Near protest against )tr. Tillman's imputa

',. u. -HRmeau' followed fisheries and of this total. 5,441,88$ already overdue at Victoria.: Dropped to tions. Mr. Spooner's appearance in
was
bva HERE t > J.. el "
mg and a 'very sharp, break lake" trade and In : the 'fisheries and 0 Freezing the administration. :'
20 : Elizabethpbl, TraneCa1CaJan23.H .
!ii i h forPuget. Sound"port3with -
CD ton market this afternoon, only 943,750 in the foreIgn trade. Ac- .
i it!,' co! e being barely steady at a net cording to Lloyd's register, Englandand many passengers and a cargo of :: have been resumed Were in Demand.Last BLACK EYE FOR NEW '

1,Htin, o' 24 to 37 points. Sales are her colonies have 17.009,720 tons, general merchandise. between the Amenians and the Tar. CANAL COMMISSIONER

!Utald? | ai three hunite-i and 1 Walter Kehoe and John H. Cf rmany. 3.564.789 tons, France 1,728- tars. A band of Tartars to-day at! i .
Washington Jan 23.-Tne house to
,.. 038 tons. Norway 1,776,218 tons and I but I night of the coldestin I
.. was one
ilul: uai('._ ftf"j IJ. Ital 9.199.066'tons.. WRECKED STEAMERIS tacked the military patrols, were r 1dsy adopted the amendment to. ti 011i
As to its ship
PelJacC'la! this season. IB fact the J
1 1i,. mariiei; opened quiet and Smithwich form Law ping in foreign trade. the Unitea' THE VALENCIA dispersed by the artillery.ed thermometer dropped to near the i general deficiencies bill which provided

j .": ,.nh,tuc-f oi one to four pointswiii'.f States ranks aloO',;;' with Japan with I freezing point during the early portion that no member' of the
Partnership.A 873.522 tons. Russia 862,909 tons ] canal commission shall be paid any
i k i rather of the night and continued to
better cables at the Valencia wreck seeking to compensation in adaltiou to his salary .
Sweden 804.:346: tons and Austria Hun- San Francisco Jan 23-It has been I I .
Hi vpeiil; and until the report garia 618,194 tons. The lowest ; save as many of the 94 passengers and go lower as the night progressed.Overcoats as ('otumi.-sioner. This is for the
point
definitely learned that the steamer "
sixty ofthe crew as possible.! It' and wraps were in demand of pievenling the allowance
in-n
.t purpose
hnwed very little In our foreign shipping was in 189S I I
specu-
,'e '. rftlftf. new ;lw firm to be known as Ke when it was 726,213 tons In ten Valencia is the boat lost off the Vancouver I is considered probable some were sat and the cold soon drove" all who are of additional roinpwnsalion to J. R.>
!
Smithwick has been formed in accustomed to stand on street corners i Bishop as secretary of the com.
hoe & >*ars from 1895 to 1905 it increased coast.<< No fuither details: as ed. :I acting
Pen acoli, the matters pertaining to =: .955 tons. equal to about two ships. to the number drowned hate been! to their homes or else to a mission in addition to being a menu-,
QUEEN nearby fire. r ber of the commission
STEAMER
THE[ GREENE ANDG4YNOR the partnership and location of offices I received.i ; Toda>'!: prediction is that there rill
Three Men Killed. LEFT FOR THE SCENE
having Just: been comp'eted. The new be a moderation and It will be more !
I Guadalajara, Mexico Jan. 23.- FLORIDA ORANGES
offices on the fourth pleasant.
TRIAL firm his secured WHALING STEAMER
: Three men were- killed and ten men Seattle Wash. Jan. 23.-A telegram -
In his of weather conditions.
:
I I summary I
floor: of the 'I hie!!en buiding. j-eriousli injured bj the premature ex TO THE RESUE received i;ere from Victoria states that
Observer Reed yt'sterdaald:
-- Hoth jiicinbers are wtll known m I p'o ;ion of a charge of 'dj'nomite in the passenger steamer Quean has been I' "The southern disturbance of Monday -,: FOR ROOSEVELT;
I No 103 :Matabello extension of to of the wreck
Camp dispatched the some
By Associated Press. Psnsai'a.;; : J. Walter .Kebo;, who is I has moved northeastward to the
[ Victoria, Jan. 23.-It is reported: that
I I I[the Mex:can Central: Railroad The of the Valencia to render whatever.
Saunuah. lower St. Lawrence Valley with a
Ian 23.-The examma: I I states attorney for this circuft wa 'three J'CT klled! were :Mexican.: : the whMms steamer! Oroa! has arrv-: i aid: is possible.SOA1E 1
'!tn> ",1' "' the I trough of low pressure extendingsouthward ST. AUGUSTINE GROWER EI"fD"
jues es m the Greene i raised '!t :Milton where he began _
Garnorj i' to }Honda attended byhigh .1
l': 'fo..Ji.I was ilirecte.l principally.!I study of .aw, later- going to Mariann.twhfra I temperatures} in the sixties, be- (FINE BOX TO NATION'S CHIEF rj

1.1 ,!'--iab..ehnifni:: of the idenity of!I!I he has since resided Mr K',, rqAi ) ins 66 degrees! at O! wego, N. Y.; rain' EXECUTIVE. rf; '

Cl', Iin Ixwki and papers of former I hoe recently removed his res:denca .is falling: on the Florida p&niqsulaan1j' .,ti:
( ",I' (obfrlm) M. Carter I and has perIlJar.-1''i Icoi..DcoH1ALLFIRt /. |In Pennsylvania! and now fftnn West
that are to[,from Ma;-lanna hers -o-- r.J
;;
L, i Tennessee northward through the
u..tJ! as evidence in the trial of the entlj located in this citj I : is also Special to The Journal. UJf-
;':. .., / western Lake Region; snow
*
I con-pra.ors: and to tracing i John .M. Smithwick, the other m: m- A Tl.LI7'if\ falling in Montana and Wyoming The Washington Jan. 23.-Pr ideAl; I:rr:

thc! oirte, taken I bv' these books amrts'i :: her of the firm, Is al=o welK knowu,i I\ cold wave has closely followed the Roosevelt has received from W. K.. P

; is in tlu-ir use in various:) cities!'! especially! throughout Georg'a when j II "p ;tt (storm eastward, the freezing line this I Stokely I an orang<| grower of 9t' Au) li .
Jl II I reaching from the Alabama supine and Jaclwoaville, Florida a Yit.
>
morning
lIInn((
'lon! :
with the number of
famous Uw for a f
pnct'c'd
cabe. he has I
Tn i! coast northward through Lake Huron orate <>f especially fine orangee RenO
II.''t. nature of the books and papers:': 3'tars. He recently decided taat: he \\t temperatures having fallen thirty degrees -I ag a token: of his esteem. The xvangeij fl ...

not dwelt upnor did defense:::. would prefer to reside in Peaaacoli : \ and over from Mobile! anti Pen- were carefully selected I by Mr St koy -
,
--I examint several: witnesses put so moved his family, ID this city from \ sacola northward to Cincinnati. Tcm-j I to r-:p!' 'seat the best fruit produecJ !,. -

fci: I" HIP Rorernment It was> an \ pra'ur have risen, along the ea&t-1 by his state They were packed la a.
III unro',1 l that \vV. i Moaltne.BETTER era slope of the Rodci... and it [IS cylindrical: 1 crate designed by Mr. ilt(
Osborne. who 11> I II
lcitor!: ahovR freeing again at Rapid City. Stokely and arranged so that as rauci rt,iil
aeneial of the state court, Dakota. S'j of toe fruit as desired for use at any

load, ': (ondurt the cross examination ; : POSTAL I Conditions are favorable for fair: time can be moved from the crate; I:

(' \\'IIUt'Si(>S. weather over this vicinity tonight and I without exposing the remainder. Gaol

SERVICE BEGINS Wednesday' with ]unit j to fresh northerly orange ras pac"ell in a sepuratn, NUpartment t
winds: and slightly warmer W.d- and the com rtOlents* Arranged [.I;

A COLD WAVE I .L. 4 irll1kLsiP ne!'4v'. Freezing!! temperature is in trays with tops and bottom.. .
I indicated for tomsht"MILITIA p4sawing through toe thin venter / '
RAILWAY MAIL CLERK WILL RUN iI covering the trays can be separatfld! CyM

WARNING\ ISSUEDBy ON MORNING TRAIN BE- / It j. : i and the fruit used at will if dfeirM !;

1111dV BILLS the trays can be packed' with dlffwent > f..

TWEEN PEN! SCOLA AND kinds> of fruit, such a* oraes!, Qi!!';

Associated Press. ARE APPROVED grape fruit, tomatoes straw It nrlel. Mit
"Mhington. FLOMATON. peaches, etc. each section being! la.
.
Jan. ZZ .
V cold
wave
* : / 3 belled, and being separable from the D
*rnnsj has been iRM'ed for western ( FOR4 'j package without disturbing the mmaiader

North Carolina' Snuth Carolina; Geor-'i, Ihd !improved mail service; between! \t.PI.tTiMMfR 4 By Associated Press of the fruit. mt't; l

'II' anft tho northern and central wai"; : Washingion: Jan 23.-The National .
Pen Flomaton for
!:aeoa ant, .MCCl'lNfe It+
I Tions of eastern Floma.GNRAL The Journal I has bf'pnVorkia; for se-1 Guard jciation: today re-affirmed its REGULAR CITY COUNCU.OF TOKKJHT tJf;:
bills before -
i-T-i1 approval of pending congress
oral mopthf and whIch was recently t carrying an annual approprla-'I -

JOEWHEELER ordered "\' the de a-tment goes u':' ; Hon of two million dollars to increase, The regular monthly niaetiag of,.th4 .t
this morning" j ,' the efficiency of the militia and pro-| city council will be held tonftot. ta 1 4 r imote .'Ift It also expressed' : Inasmuch as thena are a nusoSfr at. h1
Railw.u' Ma.l! : Clerk! R McDavid:\ ? practice. .
be
ILL vary important ui uere to eGOal'"
1 of the bill to prohibit
: |
-* : i approval
will take tha run trtd everyone btwtrn wearing of the uniform of the th&I'j jor ere:

l'f'!]-acJla and Floma'on' w'll: ba; ) N4 \fO CU ThAT) { navy unauthorized. ...'.?rons. M the kcitr will be present ;q

By Associated I served with mall on the train which ( / f Notices of the ni'eeti4 were sent :.
;
Press.
Xe5 leaves th* city at 7;.15 a. m. and returns Mexican Silver for London. out dterday and also to mficnbers et
York Jan. 23.-General Joseph the bend trustees, as the !bone matter ft
1\" at 7 m. Guadalajara Mexico, Jan. 2",-Three
*'"*Jt'r. is HI with a mild atack of P. I r silver will be one of the question to bsdiscussed. .:
A large part of the increased bas: hundred ant} fifty thousand J
iwamonu I ..
at the residence of his sis taken of this today ) .
out
ness neceatating: thijl adl'.tloml. service itjIIFiJ3 pesos were ffity
er,
1Ir*. Sterling Smith, in HrookHe is in the circulation The Jour- I ; : in a special car en route to Lon-j
:.t1. was *'so: : don. England Detect!*'es took I }
taken with pleurisy last nal itself, but of course everyone CAN NeW BRIDGE
litt1ray bene- charge of the car when it was loaded
night. w'iich developed into as well as The Journal will be
will aecom alt' it to New York.
and
'eumoma on Sunday. He is resting:I fitted bj it. I IRevolutionilry The shipment was y made on account ST. ANDREWS BAY Ii

3Stly and physicians anticipate a1 ol: the; Mexican exchange commission.
'j.I'*dy Raided. _
Club
recovery.Condition Death of Author. Washington Jan 23.-The Houa"
.23.! -Owinsto II IISmolensk It
Unchanged. a raid on the .anJthC' democratic! .. London the Jan.airthor 33.-lecturer George ind Jacob advocate !I'I'I has haspassea'passed a a bill bill granting ranting;tire the rtsbt rfnt t1 to(. mtIl

S01flee4 e,1' York Jan. :23.-It was an-, revolutionary club capture: of I Holyoke.of secularism died at Brighten Birmingham Colum.ua & Sk' ..u4URaiJlwg. :
late this that 140 leading'agitators, there was no -
. evening ,
. \naeeler'condition I is Genpr.t j attempt at disorder here. to-day. I ,' KEASONB: WHY TrtIS COLD COLD WORLD ,IS NOT PLEA SANT iN THE WI TEU. today. He was born {In 1817. r



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pr pare for it now while you can save 20 per cent Thursday
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Economy is the Road to Wealth .in our. .. .

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i,mesi( dollar values for eighty! cents
These are facts, but we don't ask :you to take our t PI1.ciAN-SWEEP SALE
"ti>u fur it Come s?e for yourself

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RING C. L. McVOY' 'SPENT DAY- AT"BUTCHER I >i Clean, Sweep Sale of Silks : ..#.

Tak.adantarvotMaitabtin:
iii.S pfcr kp Vf.tern,Wet.. a .P<' lalty.. 40c: Taffeta: 'Silks.;19 inches wide: in whitecrarn., a Cheney Bros. $1.00 Taffeta Silks, both plain! and $1.00 and $1.25 Silk Taffeta and Foulards In pin ;.:.
phwf\rPd! loan pert of theeUy.RcDttre11 PEflh red pink and black. Clean Sw ?P Price. ., ,,230 l. changeable, in Re E'daand garnet, red and black checks and new Jacquard effects" special! Clean ty
Best ;50c Jap Silks in pink'ni'e' rrieda. brown blue and green, navy, brown, pink Lt. Blue Sweep Sale Price? .. .... .. ..........;..69e ,t- k.
; : black . .c .. .. nile, :20 inches 'wide Clean Sweep Price. . 59c w/
laccram 36 i inch Black l Taffeta'Silk best n.39 quail I
1ss ,
... *t 4
; Brilliant Silk in cream, pink pongee, ... 3ii-fnch Pagoda Taffeta Silks in black cream, ;
LARGE: PARTY OF VISITORS HAD I ty, Special Sweep Price.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .89c. j t
..47c30c whit Lt. and j
FINE PHOTOGRAPHS. navy( black brown and garntt, special helix pink blue brown garnet t
Pensacola Fla. ENJOYABLE DAY ACROSS :; Plain Satins!, all co'ofs.! ID: KO at .. ..n.39c 1 pearl gray formerly! )0c per yard, Clean Sweep 21-inch all Silk Crystal Crepe DeChene in champagne ,
I 32 inch Jacquard Berenco Silks. formerly 73c; in p:>eial. v. . . . .. . . .59s light blue golden brown..cream, white, '
THE BAY. black nile pink pongee and alice blue, special 36-inch $1.50-Peau DeSoie Silk to go in this sale nile pink navy and black formerly J5c per 1,
TERSELY TOLD in this sale. . . .; .. .. .. . .. 39c for. . .. .. .. .. .. .. . ...$1.13 yard, to go in the Clean Sweep Sale for.. ....65o llly
On Saturday the launch Cupid carried ;
a party across the bay to "Butch nt..
W\ .I t Rirhard-0i! prominent. pro-. er's Pen" point on a hunting expel ,
..I, ai"r of Pnlaski. Tenn., is mon I I' tion an.! picnic. The hunters were Clean; Sweep Sale of Dress Goods '
a short busint-bb ,visit. I'I I pledged to furnish game far the din- .
i ncr' and started out with sportsman. Best 33c) all Wool Tricot Flannels! all colors for 19c 1 lot of :50c> al Wool Suitings in good colorings. 1 lot of 40 inch Jacquard Suitings formerly 35c

.f I 1 l.t'\',*ring and H. C. BarMin ,!'i! like determination, to make the pledge 50-inch Scotch and Yankee Tweed Suitings' formerly Clean Sweep Prces! . . .. . .. .39c and 40c per yard, to so now at. :. .. .. ..19c 'F1
il I eitae dealers: of Chicago!:
ool Toward noon however they 1 lot of $1.00 Mohairs. 50 inches wide wide, h a
a ': '1.- I'ir' on a busins visit. !i came strangling hack to the camp with $1.00 and $1.25 ,value very nobby styles, $1. O French Broadcloths and Liberty Prunella, Clean Sweep Prices ? ? .. .. .....59c
-. M l Vo>es. formrly of this city.' the report of notning In sght! but to so in our big Clean :Sweep: Sale at. . ..48c. beautiful finish, sponged and shrunk to go at..98c 75c Mohair Sicilians all colors to go at.. .,- ..49; n
;10 'n.* i resident! of Jacksonville, is razor=pack,; and snow birds: with an .. .
1: :'\ on a short visit and is bca -' occasional sign board., reading: ":Ou" :u'r+b,,; +
?' .nrj i bv his many friends. \ shooting on these premises" I
I Clean' Sweep Sale of ,Suits and Coats
\ '1"s.touJm. traveling! repres'n.| After partaking of the sandwiches,., .
salads! pies and cakes ,
furnished
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',i' >t f ''he Journal leaves this niorn-j j One lot of Taffeta Silk Suits black, with white \ $25.01)lan) Tailored 3uts, : ,,stylishly made gray Ladies $15.00 Gray Tourist Coats Three-quarter nit
',' F..eppon. Point Washington!!j the ladies of the party tlis huntrsdisappointment .'dot onh.former pnca $15.00- eat'h.'Clean Sweep ..' Tweed effect, in t theClean, Sweep' Sale for. $14.90 length black velvet collar and cuffs Clean .

u p m, -. ,lion; Choctawhatche" bay ,'|I were, satisfied with was forgotten a stroll; through and a'lI Sale for,. : v" '"'.j, '. .? .-J.$6.90 ,S $20.00 blue or black Worsted d Tailored Suit short Sweep Price. . . . . .. .$8.90'

i niter."t of the paper I I I I t'ne pine to the Sound and a call on 513.00; Swiss Taffeta Slk'! suns in brown, green' jacket splendidly made,, to close out for. .$11.90 Ladies $16.50 Tan or Black English Covert Three. Mint

R G l Peters, of :\lan: tE'e.ti h. who Ita j lt i Mrs. Morgan, whose commodious cot-j and M' tal Gray to close out for . .. .$8.90 .y $1.50.YoOl Flannel Shirt: Waists, to clear out quarter Coats very stylish to clear out for. $10.49 t 31
t; :'amp rmtK-r interests in this sec.': tago awl nospitality are knoan: to all .1 quick at. . ." .. r .. .. u ..,..> .69c. $S.50 full length Rain Proof Coats in tan and oxford
'. $16.00 Chiffon Taffeta Silk Sul:S s. in black blu? > tt
11 reiuni-d to t his; home vesterdayj! Ppnsa lians. I Children's '$2.75 Cloth Jackets special in nsw, full back and belied Clean Sweep
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.nt a .shor; MMHe i wa ac'om'l l|I The 'party broke camp at sunset and and brown. Clean Swep Price. .. $9.49 .- .Clean Sweep Sale.., ?. .. .. .. s. ..'... .this$1.49. > .Price. . . .. . .. ..... .$10.69 '
ral ipfl '.\' hs a'torney .\. J. Dovel came home, happy acid safe with the J $:?.SO Messaline: Silk Taffeta Suits .beautifully: "',...: Children's $.00: Cloth.Jackets special. in- this S5c Near Silk Petticoats, black ruffle, flounce to
In' ami', place exception of a slight; accident which made in b\JE''ro1a.j.whlte} ; to go at. .;-.$ 5.90 'c Clean 'Sweep Sale : '. ... .".- ,/ ..':< .r' .$1.98 char out for: .. . .. . .. .. .,e. 55c r
\\t-:i: W" Kirknatr.ck: who for the occurred to Captain: Edmundson in the $18.00 Wool Thr((>.qllartir Coat Suit in blue or Best '$UiO black Sateen Petticoats (to go in this $1.19 Black: Sateen Pttticoats to go in this Clean ,

"a.' "!,'!'fen months has filled they way of a cut and bruise: on the face. black. French Worsted. In this sale for.. .$10.90 sale for.'. . .. o' .. .. .,... .. .. .. .$1.19 Sweep Sale at. .. .. .. .. .. .. . . 89e L
.. | The captain suffered considerable;
11 "if stern'/iraphfr; in the office1i
,,' i \\' [1.11"on. rll-"i..lon traffic and pain and Air. Murdock :Mclver a member -
p. w'ig'r/ ant!. has resigned that:' of the party and pilot on Lake Erie : r I
1), "MI .'ml accepted! a like one with : relieved Mr. Edmi'ndsnn at the whet Clean, Sweep Sale of Notions and Small Wares. t.rw.,t.. .
Those present in this trip were: "
P'-ii-ai-ola t=1.! Andrews & s..ti: c!
i C'. G.Ulfj'| Mr. anl! Mrs. Geo. Johnson. Mr and : Aluminum Thimbles, to go in this Clean Sweep lOc Jet Head Book tins:. per book to go in this 25c Extra fine Bristle Tooth Brushes" special,
.am"J'I''t ).jDlI'Jn I i in Mrs Murdock :\Ich'er.lr., and Mrs.Lojcl Sale 1 for . . . . . .. .. .. .2Y2e. Clean Sweep Sale . . . . . .5e to go in this sale at. . . . ..15cBest tl
; M Hannah, tbjl S'rope. Mr. and Mrs John La>'- '
represrntins
5c Needle! Point Sandow Pins per paper in this Best 18c English Bristle; Tooth Brushes; now 5c Toilet Soaps Turkish Bath English Elder '
r oruit s> :', F'd?raton: of Labor I is cock. Mr. and MrsVm. Horton and Clean Sweep Sale. . . . . .. ..'3c each to go in this sale for . . . 12c Flower'aso Buttermilk Witch Hazel, Glycerine I (!
III "i\" 'II daughter Bcsier.[ U.
: : m thp interest: of the Souvi. and Mr L. 3'1.1
I i..'i- ,; Journal :McKrc and daughter Ruth. Mr. and 5c Buffalo Horn Collar Buttons, per card in this Box Best Peerless Hair Pms 13c; value, to go in had Violet the best value for the price, ., Fa
liOI, ... : rash which year: the for distr.b-federan.ic. : -i:[ Mrs. G. I':. Scott, Mr. and Mrs George sale< for . . . .-. . ..... .4c this sale for. . . . . . . 10c special . . . . . . . 4c .. t

'IIIJ ,. "- ":al,. convention. Thisj; : King :.fiS3 Lena B. Phillips;, Miss, Assorted Box Best Sc Hair Pins to go in this Best 15c Kid Curlers, 10 go in this Cean! Sweep Fine-st.tOc Toilet
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,"">"\-niion will be held in Kosolie Tharpe. :Mr. Tom Farrar. Mr. I Clean Sweep Sale . . . .. . .5c Sale, per package . . . .. .10c15c Lanolin Complexion Soaps Soap Violate Glycerine DeParme i;
,IC 'i out n xt year it will Ralph J.>anson and Mr. John Samsel. : Bes: lOc Kid Curlers to ;go, per package. in tnis ; Tracing Wheels :o go in this Clean Sweep!" Saron a la Violate. Lilac DePerse Cold Cream
Iii P"n>.a< oa.: Mr. Macintosh is'' I Sale. . . . . . . . . .5cBst Sale for . . . . ? ? 10c and Glycerin' and Virgin Violet, all very best
'. /\tI..man/ and he says Pleasant!' and Most Egective. Sc Finishing Braids pr:? bunch t o go in this Best 15c Finishing Braids in white or colors to go grade to 'go in this Clean Sweep Sale per cake Bl4 j,

'" 'in with gratifying suei -; T. J. Chambers: Ed. Vindicator I Sale at.. .. .. .. . . .. .,.....:. .5c in tns: Sale at. . . :. . . . 9c for. .. .. . .. .. . .. ... .. . .. 8cClean
X II i I Liberty. Texas: writes Dec. 23. ISO: I 4z.
"With p'easure: and unsolicited by .
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p i if.isant( surpiise party was you, I bear testimony; to the curative
t" '!" :41 IJT home Xo. 713:; "'et!' !
\ .. .', have used it in my Tamilv and can t
Jan ? There were a larg nuni-j I cheerfully affirm it is the most effective Best 7."c;'; 10-4 Blankets;: ta close out per pair in Best $5.00 All Wool 10-4 Blankets>> thoroughlyscoured Best $1.00 Comforts good weight, while they R it
-''- ins! prt'-.nt and each spntnj.n | anl :best>> remedy for coughs and ths! Sale for '. . . . . .. ,, .43c and shrunk in Gray, Red or Whits,- last. . . . . . . .. . 69c IPI
p''t:'""..-.. ; able cninR.. Thane pres-! colds! 1 have ever used. Sold by all ,I .: ", to ga now per pair j at. . .'. . . .$3.49 \ Finest $1.50 Comforts best baiting filled, special t
BI"lIar. Miss Lucy Carter Miss I druggists.Still r Finest $1.00 Full 10-4 Ii an; cU. special per pair $1.39 Comforts, large and heavy Special Clean Clean sweep!" Sale price: . ? . .$1.10

L'! ltollrn Miss Lna Iloullhan I in this sale . .. . . . . 69c Sweep Price . . . . . . .98c Finest $2.00 Comforts extra large and heavy, 'n
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-na Houlihan. Miss Ella Turkeliii l-' Wines Have the Sparkle of I 60 pairs: of Finest All Wool l Whit! California! best pure cotton filled and Fins Chintz Cover.
[%1h 111' .- Ella J ckerson. :Miss Steina'1 CHAMPAGNEwhen 100 Pairs of Sample Blankets. !' worth $1 a0 to 3.00 Blankets l both 11-4 and 124 worth $10.00 to to go at. . . . . . . . .$1.49
*' K re Mi and Mrs. Clyde mixed with |I f por pair to close: out at 89c $1:39.: and $1.9S $15.00 per pair to be !sold:' in two lots at $6.50 1 Lot of Finest $3.00 and $3.50 Comforts maJe-of
ul' \an. E.tPn. Mrs. C. Van onett'l WHITE ROCK WATER. per pair. and $7.50 per pair choicest materials to go in this sale at. $2.43 t' d,4f
6d' t- Onen M:ke O'Neal ,I Ii
t't t i -ooke..
Mrs
E. Wi1 on. TENNESSEE! HORSES COMING.
"t' limn'* ", x. ;Miss Emma Yates.I! 1V. R. Taylor & Co. will have a car Clean Sweep Sale of Ladies' Muslin Underwear. .i.
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Bowen Daniel and load of Tennessee horses! in Pensacola! I
'do"* 8.-non ii Wheathly Joe Mul-| about '. F.. :- .m .\mone. (ha;. Van Metre.': buy horses are requested to wait for this sale at . . . . . . . . .I5c33c sale! at. . . . . . .4. . . .. .29c in this sale at . . . . . .75ef fc. !
""" IVarce \Ifon;e Twacer: John this shipment: 1':.' Tackd and Embroidered:! Corset Covers to 50c Lace and CmbrQi.le..edIul I'Oi
'I! lohn Williams. Douglass Fin' ga in this sale: for. . . . . . . .25c39c in this sale! at. . . . . . . .35c75c ibis sale. .. . . . . . .49c75c
t. "all; M-ss- Li'lie' I E. Crooke.Tr Ii Small Fire Yesterday. ;) Tucked and Embroidered' Corset Covers, togo Embroidered! and'H.. S. Rufflel: Chemise, to ; Lace Trimmed Gowns to go in this Clean }r

: I A small fire occurred yesterdav afternoon in this pale; for.. . . .. . . . 43c go at. . . . . . . . . . 50c Sweep Sale at. . . . .. .. ...59-
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Ribbon Vanilla Extract at the butcher shop of Morgan /
"at.tor 'an"narx t''., Absolutely pure Hayne strt E'S.caus4'( t by a defect.ve t#;
'h.! ? aM far and> gives des5erts flue. A telephone alarm was sent to,,

"inRibbon Flavor." the pjlice station for the fire trucks.I' Clean Sweep Sale of Miscellaneous Bargains.
GOARVNTEED( but( the streets were P1buJd; rstoot1. k
CURE FOR PILES the trucks being sent-to the corner cf 3c; and Cc Torchon Laces' and Insertlngs beautiful 'Thmp80n's; $1.00 Comets to clo-e out for . .75cI 90c Taffeta Silks, 36 ;Inches wide, in the Clean I
p "ne Bund nieedia?. Protruding I Jackson and B. streets InUpaJ of 'h" .. line per yard. . . . . .23c adi->s' $&.00 Rain Pr n>f Ccats. in tan or Oxford Sweep Sale for . . . . . < .59c
,'-' Druggists/, are authorized to above corner. But !little! < dacha;? was lOc and 13c Torchon Laces and Insertings extra all shies, special for Wednesday andThursday 3c Bleached! Crash To'vas, Clean Sweep-price..3c +f

,: "010n.if" ''n 6 to PAZO OINTMENT( re-I don. th>> blaze being ,xttn u' hell by p. wids, special: . . . . . . .5c .$4-95 Best lOc Bl. ached! Husk Towels, Clean Sweep r ..
H days 500. the emoloyces. Bjst lOc Z,i'lH! Gingham?, cho'ce: stjljs. spe$1..;):) Wcol Flannel Waists sizes 32 and :34 only price. 75c dozen or. . : . . . . 7c

--- ----- ---d doYaRern ...... cial 10 >.ards for. . . . : . 59c to clean out .s. ... .. .49c $13.00 Taffeta llkSults.lilzf': 1 of regular $ 'Hannels" I I All) our Fine White Lafeie Waista' to go in".this black with white dot. Clean Sweep price. v $5.00
Outing
: tuber the 10 jards c light o r .
Pnll.NfIDe $15.00 Taffeta Silk Suits, in brown and and .
LItJ n811V@ . . . Clean Swe.p Sale very theap: green )
dark co'cr?, for . ,43c ,
... mo awrylxesaCallSaO ? . . .
I on : : 39c All Wool Tr.cot; Flann'ls. inh the Clean blue eft ctp, Clean Sweep price $8.90 1r '
3J.C1.l! : ta=. 2Yo Ladis5.! ReadtoWar Hats worth 73c to $1.90; Sweep Sale. Pt'n'arJ. ..._ .18Yzc $1300; *i Gay Tourist Coati, with Black Velvet
e Day,CttP iA f' chose t Of all left far . .i.
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I t now ? ::;;c and Sac; Wool Dress Goods'40 inches wide in Co'lar! and Cuffs Clean Sweep price . .$7.90 y
: Frf-nch Pattern Hats Castle;, & Co.'s the Clean Sweep Sal: for. .... .....h-, 19c.. $16.50 Fur Boas Clean Sweep price . . .$5.9a 333'3
:/11/1011.111661 690010001.106/1/1111/1601d..11011016 samples worth $,),0\\ io $IU.OQ cuoice. for : : $13.00 Fur Boas Clean Sweep pnc* $6.90 tr
Best JLOO Com.o.t.o. :good, : ; ,
: IP lteIr s' Milk Chocolate v i I" last; . .. . f. . . . . ,.53o Bleached! : D:1nnetic: : good and stout in the CleanSe $25.00: Fur Boa. Clean" Sweep price. . ,$10.90 $
,o $1.73; Comforts I larg- ani fin"?", to go at. eo '.. .. .$1.19 p Sale, special ..... ..eo..,.u1Y2e I Heavy 36-Inch Unbleached Sheeting, special .4 tc i
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;. is irresistably delicious, jet as nourishing: aj bread a2
: 'butter It is a sustaining; food as well as a much sought :

: af w bon-bon. It does not crate thirst. Equally p'opu-' : 'fiJ first 20 purchasers of $2 or over a valuable Souvenir free. .
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:/'N' CAKES ? ? ? ? ? ? . . 5,10.15 and.20 cents :. : Don't miss this the Greatest Bargain Sale ever seen in Pensacola. : 4 t.r' .

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: PEXSA.COLA, FLORIDA WEDNESDAY_ }MORNING JANUARY 24, 1906I What Will Raffles Do Next?

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"- ft I Chicago ber. u? ds every one of that num That is what everybody' wants to know

;. *: WHERE THE JOURNAL S who reads one of the series of brilliant stories -
CAN BE FQUND. of lese
Poulfaey Bigelow was guilty
.. entitledDallIes
The Pensacola! Journal Is on 3 maj stt>. -

e sale at the following places ia 0..: I ,
The Czar having been fired upon -'-

the Bay city Hotel.: while bidj&og: the Neva last year, that 0) I !!: the Amateur

,H Coe' Book Store. old riv>r \\ ill have to roll along dur- .

Depot News Stand. ** |ng J90G without the usua} ceremony.However !
Gem Book Store. "-
Hotel Escambia. it will hardly dry up in consequence. rYur hi' I

11) Merchants Hotel. CracksmanBY

. If"., Thompson's Southern Hotel.Book Store. ** : The Southern Messenger, published t 4 % ') ,

: 1 *. Walker's/ Bsek Store. *I at Pen-saoola, by Rev. II. Kegel, Is t the: ,7r' .E. W. HORNUNQ

.... f.H ." *. : latest addition to The Journal'h exchange \ '- ..

Table. It Is a religious !publication ; I
Will Raffles be caught?
issued bi-mouthly and tha first: ". I

I Winter Maneuvers of number j is a very Interesting! : and creditable ,THC HISTORIAN" D' X'T UNDEE3TANI, --..IT. ..-.v..!.-! ACCORDING. TO' THE RULX3:: OF HISTORY OF THE J I Will Raffles reform or will he kill somebody

. North Atlantic Fleet. ,edition. 'I' FRENCH REVOLUTION YOU SHOULD HAVE? "HAD.: : "' YOUn HEAD' P.KVOI.UTED OFF SOME TIME AGO. ,I I next? I

There is great Interest 'In Pensacola : !
f. The Fort Pierce Stows anuounc'athe.candidacy -
at this time'of the Year, relative to the' of Hon \V. J. 1 : a stae Ies \)Wessed by= nature and hr : # i
maneuvers of the North Atlantic fleet Tucker. I ItFLORIDA'S i canning facti'rie'tobacco' 'planta 1on&' 5* *1: You Can Keep Up with Rallies if You %
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: Fort Pierce for governor of Florida j PLACE.IN and paper mlllV'will! remain to support ; A WASHINGTON NOVEL flf, E
and thU considerable speculation
yvar The article fails to say whether or not, ...:. THE FAMILY a wealth that :;Vlll make: her a princess I K-r: THE AWAKENING. #1
: u to whether or not the fleet will visit: : ?#-I 1 Follow Our Colvmnst\
Tucker is t j sisters. -
JMr. a farmer, but if he isn't among :?r I I1
: this port. The ships sailed for southern -I! it Is safe to say h111 be one whenij i:* (Jacksonville Times-Union. \ Her lands are still cheap; why wait; ;h Bv C. Wickliffe Yulee. t
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: waters some days ago and the ewi' ,to maitl.m! available: for the '* .- *l I It '
j the time for stump speaking arrives.j jI % -
Orleans Picayune of yesterday had tira strength and' grandeur of our common '
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country \ rapeis quarre'ins! over
following regarding the regular practice -I I The Journal learns with regret of Recognition of Florida's claim to, Mr. Yulee says in the last chapterof
l ; Morocco: -aJand: hardly worth a FIor-|
r : work oi the fleet: ttbe f suspension of th, High Sprin/.s- consideration is only gradually coming Ida county(1! ( his brilliant story; "Thus the only Marine Grocery Co. :! OPERA HOUSE

The Atlantic fleet under the com Hornet. That publication, under the to the front but the progress ia) < t 'palpable result of Monstresor'g seven ,

. mand of Rear Admiral Robley D.I able management' of Editor Setter was sure and !safe. The St'minoleVar I Ih.ft "1K ;months' rf'sldeoC'ejnVubinlton: was! 604 604 608)) 610 '5. Valafox/ St.

" Evans has departed for the southern< one of the most unique and readable the impression that It was a pen-j i ,1'1 p. :'securing a" beautiful and charming Phone 725. ONE NIGHT ONLY
I t; r rruisinz grounds in the West Indies : Insula of swamps insects and savages;I' NEWS A'ND VIEWS *i"American wife-a very commonplaceachievement. i
I and for the next few months will be I weeklies in the state and as such it full of malaria and important only! FROJT STATE PAPERS.. But, unknown to his V. J. VIDAL, Manager.THE Wednesday Evening Jan. 24,

( engaged series of winter maneuvers. .i will! be r&tly: missed by the newspaper when :Jield by,a foreign I independent], *- friends..a" great deal more had hap, .

These exercises will be similar fraternity. power. Jackson insisted; on having'Florida *** ** pened. / HOME 01 GOOD THINGS TO America's LeadingTragedian
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k in n ppnpral war to those of th* .nat I with or without law as at The story of thisgreat deal more"is ] ?
f- w- years-,-and will ....ind-up with the j 1 1i least one of hIs imitlttongoes further -I,I.'Diggers Are Scarce. I very interesting-and interesting .in .EAT;, 1l: .
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annual target practice in which each afitld. but he hardly knew what 1. "IMg a ditch between the oceans, many ways' and from several view- -' Just Received:' JOJlN.GRIFFITH

and every ship! of the navy in commis-: I VOX POPULI :! to do-with his conquest!! when denotinc-j j say we.: T ll, \Jive" iis'-'deep ..water** pionts. The analysis of Monstrfsor's,(I Halibut Chunks Halibut Quick Lunch:
slon is expected: to participate "either'I. i t ed for the means by whIch he 'an- shout Jacksonville. Maimi, Tampa and character-growth under the new environment -, 50 kits of fancy ')1ackere1. $1.5 per ; and a superior
, as. part of the 'Atlantic fleet or at its I' nexed" :it. But Jackson sawa' whole 1 I a 'ubzen others. DIg canals from the and national activity asitch .
t own special station. !** ** continent for occupation and land pc.-'' I lakes, .to thdiceotcrj.of' city." de-j as the stimulus" of his suspicion kit 50 kits Salmon., 1l.25.per, kit. company
'is'tbE' of Fenian attacks in reviva
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that he object a majestic
if "The battleships! have sailed sessed small rains in his day exc'ptas mands Leesburg. But where are the kIt. ,
ncavy halibut fins Jl.25 per
50 kits '
careful
for. Culftbra.( near Porto Rico, and it I Ur THE ORPHAN'S HOME. I a ;separation from. undesirable ten- diggers? | \VT at\; the matter with theChineee'cheap' is'candid, and intelli 50 kits of Cod Tongues and Sound. It [A I of Shakespeare's
The writer is thorough-even
understooJ that will I "Suffer little children and ants. labor, if all others: 1 1Iran gent. 14 immortal tragedy
: thearly work forbid I{ Tntlmate-in his knowledge of Washington -I 1.25 per kit.Bloaters.Milkers'and.
' ; \ be a :aeries of .search problems in : them not to come unto me; for of} Th slave-bolder found, its cKiuata,[, ? /.1Ln'a-unt:: = !: digging. we must t -the city, its Ideals! its types, Roes. Herring.

\ which one squadron of the fleet will! such is the kingdom of Heaven." and soil undesirable except in Its west-j I have discrimination iligge"rs/arid; against we must color,have according noj- its institutions; and the book is vain-, odflsfl. Pickled .Salmon pill Pickles cit King Richard
: endeavor to locate' and frustrate the! ern portion for lh> great plantations Sauer Krout.
I When able of the Capital's. social' German
the disciples would have ttuti, to the as a study
president..1ack80nvilteTimesUnion
I'' "I<-' supposed attack of another squadron. : which were hIs ambition, far, though '. life in the "eighties of the nineteenth Pigs Feet in kits. fl.OO. i 8 The Third
these little
, I .. Such search problems have been frequently away ones, this rebuke! some of these were established in the Manewal. and Lange's Fruit Cake.
ct-ntury.
'f | testified to the displeasure of Him'! middle section the obj"ct' there was: Fruit Cake 25c
tnragad in In recent years. and Then it has an interest as a closestudy National Biscuit Cot, I
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of Time Yet. Prices $1.59 75c 50c *m
.t although they are in no sense spectaculxr I who also said: "Except ye be convert-!, usually the climate as much as profit. Plenty Thp of three American women into per pound. $1.00S
i
legislative In
, ", and th fore of little interest': eg 1' and become as little children, ye and thc d.! were not extended with, success and Kscambia have campafcns; Leon "whose lives Monstresor enters with We handle the celebrated blends of! 25c. Sale of seats begin Monday

: to the general public they are nevertheless I shall not enter Into the Kingdom of I to th(. south and east The oM In Puntam! and a majority already of the opened.other more or less sympathy and. perhaps Coffee roasted by the Gulf City Coffee at noon at Qoe's Book Stor.

: J i: regarded as of the highest importance Heaven." "Lo! children are an Kent- southern life only took kindly t.) restricted counties affairs political afl'ectlon-Katbarlne Rae, of the best t Co., H. P. Chlpman, Manager 1-
are quiet - -
f portions of Florida, and in Oaxaca, 3DC lb.; Gold Standard, 25c ,
to
: the naval service as affording :Mrs. Morton of the worst sort i
. II age of the Lord," ands arrows iuj i 1863 this! was still border state," however. It' appear to us that thereis ?rrt: ''lb Diamond Blend, !5c' lb; Goldeni
& officers and men practice in I yet ample time for the politiciansto married flirt and "light woman; and : [ Thursday Jan. 25.
' ; work that they would have to perform\! I the hand of a mighty man." Hav-t largely in the condition left by the get busy.. -Palatka Times-Herald. Beatrix Preston a gallant Virginia i I Rio 20e lb.Strictly ,

'". 'in actual war. I lug experienced! all there is of childhood -'! Spaniard. girl, 'quaint honorable and genuine as fri'sn roasted and as good t .r Appearanc here cf K:rkf u

.;- Thesquadron of fast armored cruisers :I the Savior knew well how to I It was in th seventies that the fruit Wants. Battleship Florida. an old family! portrait. Then the series as any Coffee old ia this city. f Shelle's Bi? Production .!

: t attached to Admiral Bvan squadrons lt l-; comfort and bless the young souls of! industry promised to develop the land, Now that the :Monitor Florida hasdepartej1 of pictures-the smart-set draw\ 'I' Send us your orders and we will deliver H'nry M. Blossom, Jr 'a
; t lias bAAn tent on a special series and there were promises that the from Florida waters, and ing-room the Capitol lobbies, the !' promptly.:

, t I ct exercises which are to be completed his heritage and coming kingdom j whole eastern and southern portions: can no longer turn her guns on us, Senate chamber. the old Maryland Great
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before the main maneuvers of the I No home is perfect without this inheritance -i' would oeronv an immense grove. A we" wish to remark that this l manor house-are spirited and give I Racing ,
grt"all i
;, II" winter ire commenced. These cruisers -, and yet, in the evildays the: northern capitalist! who had the fruit Biate is entitled to have something ''the narrative movement and the !'Nickts

'f are expected to get In touch w-lh i hand of the mighty man does not pro-| feer.'I.s lpd the lndan! river section! better than a cheese-box: bear 'i it% charm of variety. :- Buffet and i

. : the grMt floating doc.k Dewe)'. now be-I jvail. Ties are sundered homeless,' and refused to invest because "fruit fname upon the great waters. Wej I But after all, it IB a Jo.e-story. CHECKERS !
I. lag towed to .the, Philippines and by ; would so-Jfi be so plentiful as to become j v ant a battleship Florida.Jacksonyule -Still let me confess :hat all I have
: ;jouc are adrift. There are two roacU unprofitable!" The succession I Restaurant
j\ a *:yt m of relay wireless telegraph/ ; Sun.Salaries .
, ,:;. stations, s urM by pacing! cruisers I'henceforth the good and the bad.i of cold v.inters! obviated that objection I S S S I I Direct from its Fourteenth Ece***

' about tOO ni11e apart, to establish Which is the to be taken? Which is!, ana trip development or the state was; of State Attorneys.A I The Journal Printed Our- 1 Is the only place of its ment in Greater New York "

.,' prompt commnnioatlon between theft to form the life character? The! then interrupted on the opposite, state' attorney was at Tallahassee ': kind in Fensacola. in fact the Entire New York ("'
: dock and rh navy department. Thel around, that citrus fruits could no* during the last session of the state I ing. December 1905, Itis '
seed-time the soil and the fruit .:
big: dock Is understood to be now pro- longer be safely cultivated. legislature with a bill to increase. Total of 150 -PEOPLE-150

;- somewhere to the eastward: of Ber-i|, claim the end. Sad results are all. Then came the winter gardens, anJ j state attorneys salaries\ from $lO.00t a A Pride PRICES: NIGHT, Z5c.jO>: 7St.
I noda. heading: for Gibraltar. and is'about us. Truly It is wisdom to be-' these flourished- for a time, but are,, 'i 1200.00 pr month, an Increase for I to

\, fully 500 rulles distant from th* point ,'slit at the right source to stem the no lonitfr anything but a "side issue") one state attorney of $:;0.00 per month I I 154,850COPIES I $1.00 adn $1.50.

: with which it 1 is hoped that the great i ir j sorely increasing tide of sin and corruption \ -the' garJener! is now always soma-i or $600.00 per annum. This means Pensacola.Larger CHEER UP! GO SEE -CHECKERS'
, I' : Rtrueture wll be able to open coinmun-j' thing iiior?. / { III increase from $1,800/ to $2,400 per .
;: icatioa. ] by strongest efforts; for pre Nest came phosphate boom., state attornt'p'r annum and a"

It vention. I and capital from all the world was I there are eight state attorneys in the cities cannot MATINEE AND NIGHT
While is by no means certain that Vhat can I do with my motherless''j poured in i Florida to learn again that! state it means that $4,800 is "to be or an average of boast*of a better equipped! I
. t4 the combined squadron will) visit Pen- plard'. The service Is the
children?" Is the question of fathers! wealth was only too common. The: t&ken from the pockets of the iaspay-
Mcola this spring it is helioved\ that } mines -ollapsed. becaus-j "the output: ors each year, without receiving theservices beat that can be had. 26GOODING'S
who unable to shield 5,735 JANUARY
FRIDAY
are these tenderfeet
' % a. number of th* vessel, at least win f could not be controlled and competl- of better qualified men. In I ,
I from contaminating surround tion ruins the biM'nss." Certainlya four rears this will mean an extra
Nick
do so rhU! belief Is strengthened by Apostle Propt'rFor
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' r. ; ings. There is no home to which 1 strange lesson for any American, $19,200 to )bv paid by the taxpayers.of I DAILY : ,
the fact that considerable: supplies of the state of Florida. I voted againstthe
can take them for gentle care. Others community. In the same wagold at ,
e coal have been received at the navy' first ?-UI Ml California thn retarded bill and it was defeated in the I The.ron'ln figures show: The Pn-i '-1

H yard and it l is understood that targets must be soon removed? from families its development and finally became. house at first, but it was subsequently ) sacola Journal's circulation for each Expert Watch: Repairing and'
where long the orphans have been'' recognized as only one of the great resources .! introduced in the senate and passes :; day during the month of December
are being prepared there for the
:fi. an- sheltered by loving kindness. Insteadof among many lo a prosperous i' and I was informed after I returned J! 1905, with the average number of'' Engraving, go to ORPHAN BOYS
. W nuaJ record work with guns of all cal. taking them to another cltat state r.s coal may bj said to have!''t') Marianna that a congressman aid! |: copls daily:

!f-: ibre. much erp n8e. with no promise of monopolized the minds of certain por. to a state attorney at Tallahanset! i' Dec. 1, 5,750 Dec. 16, '.5,6001! J. F. DAVIS the Jeweler
t tions of Pennsylvania and Alabama' -y hen the bill. came into the house a Dee.. 2, 5,700 Dec. 17. 6,100))
I t... The senate sIms to be Shying I'continued: protection' beyond rt';;ular to give tnese a population and a life!1 second time.- 1 think I can be of servce -I l Dec. 3, 5,900 Dec. 18. ... 213 South Palafox ,Street. BANDFrom

%' around n little over that Isle of Pines. payments from a poor father, there that 's almost; un-American and still I,[ to youi, know that the measure Dee 4 .... Dec. 19, 5,600'1 ,

"' matter. Senators who cast their votvj I! 'Is now rejoicing over the thought : strange to our political life. j' could not be defeated when It came Dec. 5, 5,750 Dec. 20, 5,6001 I The Latest Designs in Watches: .be Georgia Indl:5rr1a' ,I"

' ; to'e up territory ceded to the Unit.I I that the "Home" may soon.be, re-open-! Now, Tlorida Is wll advanced upon into the house a second time, for it 'Dec. 6. 5.750 Dec. 21. 5,600,| ancl'Jewelry. where ilcors are thrown (11)1'1'. '
ea. This is the first consistent the preliminary stag of her deralopnunt. I-assed and became a law. I voted Dec. 7, 5.700 Dec. 22 5,600 i homeless and friendless r.: t1'"
' ed State and peopled by United States I' duty the Marianna! "
against bill.! News.
r. of our boasted prosperity and I, In the past, it may be truly' SS Dec.8, 5,650 Dee. 23, 5.600, __ _, __ ___ __ 1 Prices-Matine?. Childrn50c. 0 \
4 itizens may have a little explaining)' improvement and 'said she was too rich for her own : Dec. 9, 5.650 Dec 24, 6,100: ; Night 25, 35, 50 and 7 ,
'j municipal advance- Scheme. 1 I
Circulation !
: 'i to do'whtn they get back among their!,, wt'nt. Cities of but good-she attempted only one line at ,; Unique Dec. 10. 5,900 Dee. -25. written, is: Monstresor[ married a wife.! "
: a fourth The News not long ago offered e ...-. .o. j is it not enough? He himself inclines Seats ?n sale WednesdaESGIMB1& a
: constituents. j i century's growth stand so far in,' a rim while healthful growth demand -tree subscriptfon for to all Dee.. 11. Dec. 26, 5,600 :"
ODeyear later.
opinto1a8.
: !co-ordinate and simultaneous 12, 5,650 Dec.. to that some years
Dec. 27 !
advance that humanitarian 5.600 _
; Institutions ho married ttown here in these" -
'get after his 'marr..la'e. when honors had
cultivation' industries. At 13, 5.650 Dee.
4 chances for the of foot.i grace nearly e"erward. of many' Dee. 28. 5.600 I'
The came rarts. Its 'working fiDCupi(1 IB
11 him. he stood at the side! of
last but 5.600 come to DEPOT,
theae
recognized 14
while no argumentative reason be as parts Dec. Dec. 29, 5,600, r OYSTER
1 ball being reformed are about as good can getting busy and' our circulation" Is!! fragile 'cradle. Musing the
]I a upon
produced why this city, so proud of of a whole which must! comprise many going right along-and Dec. 15, 5.600 Dec. 30, 5,750 j' f(
as the chances of Chauncey :Depew,I I her antiquity, should not hot the|'r parts not yet appreciated. For health'aroming.Ionticello up News. more Dec.. 31, 6,650 growth of man's, empire-first the Phone 1210.
lID"bia
t tendering his rrHfgnatkm from the> ';, homes necessary for her inheritance1(!: for fruit for winter gardens, for a soil S the family ,then the tribe, then the Fine Perdido Bay Plant an<" Ei

( senate.I of sufferers and orphans. ', waiting receive: kindly the fertility Strawberries in January. Total for the month..... .. .154,850 i nation-his 'mind he eventually that retracedIts Oysters at reasonable pr"':'*
and thought England
As It is universally conceded that stored for succeeding: generations by j A number of ladies from the north --- 1 path & Co
v great
in Parlia-
summoned her, 'men C. Tabarras
I 1' The political map of England has !! love Is" the 'greatest thing in the nature Florida cannot have a suI who are in Gainesville for the winter Average per day .. ......5,735I ment gathered, her legions bristling
I i world. Pensacola through her human i I I prlor; her stock farms will come next ,
altered during the pat were out oa Wednesday atLC rnoon.pickhl'K -
t reatly sent
been ; with steel 1 -and forth upon their
| and divine love with all its attributes, :i to th) front with the recognition of certify that ,
the
strawberries. hereby
., few days but King Eddi '5 cinch is as t of goodness has now an opportunity > her strategic portion for trade and in wild It was a abovestatement path of silent menace those grim iron Safes!
: happy Is correct Safes
1'' party, and one of them said according to the monsters of the de'epall, only thata Safes
as4- strong as ever. richly proving practically and 'credit ''''ar will come the Improvement of her she had just heard from home -and records on file In this office, : slumber .
.might
Infant undisturbed. 1
I ably, that she is "mt> *" not '''navigable waters that w1libring the helpless !
no n city : "that: the mercury was down to 30 degrees -j FRED A. SWEET .** Diebold Safes
The aayor of Chicago wants 500or I, one to delay duty to herself or honor I trade fr>m the south and from the> canal -;, below zero near where she t Circulation Manager. Buy .
far too' to: her name. One with love, supreme and her towns will grow into citiesas lived. Yet hear,some people { Sworn TO and subscribed before 12mo, clotb: 379, 'PP. handsome'
policemen. Mr. bunne I is we complain me letter-press, and binding Price postpaid jScarritt Moreno
love for justice and the right rather! hr population, multiplies. Be- '
if not have
I we do sunshine this of January 1906.
let lay
for at 'The Neale PublishingCompany' !
: modest lie should have asked than tolerance of increasing evils. sides all these she has fisheries which e\ery nay In winter in Florida.I .-j 'PERRY DICKENV $1. New Fifth: !
5000 for judging from reports., ILI'.B. would have long since enrichej York, Broadway
4-' J least I Gainesville Sun. Notary, Public.! Ave.. and 23rd C (Agent.





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PE 1{&AC.OLA JOURt', ..A.L. .NESDAY:. MORNIWG, JANUARY 24, 1906' ;
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For Brea.kfa.st> URCE WilDCATS1 -. < ii'




Luncheon WERE KILLEDTUESDAY J/Vhen/ you pay 15 cents' for 3five- ent cigars, you pay j just 5 cents :;.


for the 3 cigars and 10 cents for the three useless heads : 't.

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or Tea ; :
4 ,- ,; '
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A few small! biscuitseasily: )i ti y 1t
madeyith YFJ'
TeoITham 1 Shot / 41'
t.: ; at Bayou Marcus ; L," .....

Royal Baking Powder. Make tliemsmall by, Ransom Been a ;, <; :- :t, J 3 4

4
small M
as round g. a Colored Man. .: : .' .... .
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Mix -- .')
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Ran o'1 neon a colored man resid-j i .
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hot. i{
Serve :Ing in the vicinity; of Bayou Marcus, is '.1' : .: x
;y'l'j
possibly the champion wildcat hunter, I
Nothing better for a light: dessert cf th- co'tniry. Yesterday h! killed -

two of them, one cf which! had grown .
tkin> these little hot biscuits'ith\ butter I
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to exceptionally i :: large; size.i These two ;

added oj the number he had already 1
and honey marmalade or ...'.- ....
jam. killed, mad; a total{ of seven during: .. .

the seas-un. He has also killed fo.tr-j i ,
You -'
must use Royal Baking Powder '
two foxes during tat tame; period: of":: /.o/i :{, rl'.i

them time. !: ..
to get right. 7
The largeat'of the wildcats killed j 41? -
II
yesterday:: wIglu-d: foriy-cliit; pounds | V.And.

ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO.,NEW YORK and nicdhured 4j f-et from nose to i it's just like dropping that extra dime in the street
tip of tail. The .other cat weighed !

po-- <- \ :26: poan Ji.' Both were thai: near thai I II For it's that little head you clip off and throwaway which takesthe ;l;d

j bayou, wlrire they: stem to be pkn-i _
4 ******; % )
z z >> i trut.! I.. time and skill and_ costs the money in the making of a cigar. i a

AMUSEMENTS I I I' "Doaa's: Ointment cured me of ecz9j I .... .'
: j ma that had ann:>y.d me a long time. ;: +

The cure was rman'nt.-Hon.. S.'
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't"I": W. l1tti1.s., Commissioner Labor''

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OLD iI
VIRGINIA
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iI NOTICE.The I
I PtnsacohiTourists Club will ,
meet Friday afternoon at :3: o c'!cck in
the Chamber< of Commprc'rooms., Salisbury -
t
: Members
winding. and all
'1 1I tourists are requested to be !lrp:; 'llt. '

I C. B. LEWIS, CHEROOTS .

rrw wjd-thu--s-fii* VietPresidsnt.If l r;
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one would! revive a ineruory cf the 1 r t.t

4 > 5 i : old Yule fire, a tacking of bard wood Package of 3 for 5 Cents
the largest to be bad. should( be chosen. a,fit
f
The hearth should! be clean) and cold a. +

before Christmas even and tbe log set TradeMark (.IJ cheroot is a cigar made without the-head) TrUoM
I; In place with the cedar or pine or other 1
'light wood" kindlings at band. As

thc sun goes' down fire is applied" and The'' Old Virginia ,heroot is an extra-good, feet clippings a uniform blend of*five differ
the big log; set ablaze. In tbe days of
the Druids, whence Yue! log is derived. clean, satisfying smoke., ent selected grades of fine domestic tobacco,

the priests lighted! the annual log with ,' But it's morn: It's a bargain. combining the rich, definite strength.ofone;; c '

en ember from the sacred perpetual Simply because you don't have that uselessvith the sweet, mellow mildness of another to .
fire they guarded. In the mountain regions |
of the south: the hearth fire is! head to pay for. produce the quality which characterizes every one +

I kept with an almost equal fidelity 'I :The; filler is the same tobacco used in good of the 1,000,000 Old Virginia Cheroots smoked a

scarcely" ever being permitted to die 5-ceht.. '
cigars, but the small leaves and perevery day.
I out from October to March.and in the
"
cabins of the negroes it is no uncom-

ax r.?3x mon sight! upon a Christmas night! to Sold wherever they sell tobacco

of .w PPG. within the fireplace Itself, their It .. .
tr beads upi.ihe] chimney pickaninnies! .of :.. '. ;>. .
:
sq various sires busied in warning their

toes: their bare feet resting on logs! of r ;
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1r1
a
R -
aty -- 01if
y oak and their black -
M cedar or hickory or :
eyes rolling with anticipations: of coming 1 shave increased 50 per cent since September -
goad; things.-Harpers Bazar. I 1st over any period he hast :i
i 1 4 .5 .1 H CHiPLEY( 1 COTTONDALE upon time, thus ftbowinfc improved MYRVLt GROVE i
I condition of the farmers. ilffif.*
Tfce Firtt. Christmas Ub.erTnre. :
Jackson County's County Commissioners ;
Christmas gts its name from the i
are up against; a sad proposi
mass celebrated in the early days of Special 1 to'The' Journal. I Special to The 'Journal. tion. The ,have torn down the court Special to The Journal. ,c l

the Christian: church in honor of thc '!| Chiplcy. ::J ax23..-Messrs. Wicker Cottondale, :.Ian. 23.-A terrible house without the consent of the Myrtle Grove Jan. :23.! -Mr.. Ansel r:!t' ,

E birth of Christ its first solemnization Bros., apitalists from New': York I tragedy was enacted. 2'2: miles north j voters having refused to allow thema Eoyett and t Ir. G. Boyett of Pensa ,,!a
having been ordered by Pope Teles- looking I of here. OneVm. Jones a negro. voice in the matter ana' now, having "
were in tne city a day or sq ago cola were visiting relatives) at Myrtle
killer Jack IPouncy and shot his wife
', pboru This was in or hefnre the !: over the new railroad and have destroyed the old one, propose to let *"" t
four times, wounding her mortally I Grove Sunday.
the people vote to authorize them U E1
13S. for In that Pope Teles- j following the
year year gone ;o St. Andrew
Jones was captured. All are negroes. issue bonds to build a new one. We Miss Evie Cravey of pensacola. was 1 1i
phorn's Vliwl. At first Christmas Ras'' right "A way: to inspect! the work all .
Mr. Samuel Aston a relative of J. R.',tare indeed for them. We regret at Myrtle Grove Sunday last. R;
what'is known as n movable feast just along the! line. )1?g3r'3. A. J. Gay I 1.F. 1. STiomak from Virginia who ha>I that the dear sorry servants of the people :Miss\ Annie Byrnes of Myrtle Grove, y '
I
a1 $ .t taAt k ? a as Easter Is DOmd.. owing to misunderstandings : Miller and J, M. Garrett accompanied bft visiting Mr. Shomaker returned should be required to retire from their was shopping in Penyacola last Sat k'J
was celebrated as late I them. Thers' : |is a l large amount of last Friday to his home. j peaceful quarters until the people au- urday.
as April or May. In the fourth century i ian rail here and it is thought that in a I The Atlanta Dotban and Gulf rail- thorize the issuing of those bonds. Miss Maggie Pitts entertained a
ecclesiastical Investigation was few days they will commence laying i roar superintendent was here with I I C.)1. Fellows\ Is doing a fine cash: j party last Wednesday night. AH .'
IN KING RICHARD III. AT THE OP_RA HOUSE TONIGHT tiered and upon the authority of or.I' iron, there. being several! miles now I two engineersyesterday arranging i( business and J, W. Hinson Is selling\ preset enjoyed the occasion.Mr. '
= I ready.: Tha ties ara all distributed I a crossing over the I* & N. R. R. John Helton and daughter Misi
tables of the censors! in the Roman archives I I j buggies, mules and wagons at a rapidI I
I, along; the grade.: They laid off a "Y" on the south Asleon of Myrtle Grove went to Pensacola ;
Last Night's Play. i Carlis!:?, was very charming, and her DE'<'. 125; was agreed upon as the f Sheriff C. G. Allen was a business 1 side of the U & N. R. R., and have t I rate.Mr. James Bowles, Jr., has embarked on a visit to relatives Wednes* yl
nffiruit to form a better oomn ,interpretation of the pan was very date of the Saviour's Nativity. Tradition i visitor Ionda)'. He left In the evening run their line south of here some 20 !! into the nierchantilc' business I' a'ay last. #
n ''nat which associate's Mr. good :ndl"pC'Th!* entire cast was !n fixed the hour of birth at about I Itnldaigbt I II for Argyle, accompanied by :Mr. J. : miles. Work will soon begin south I Iat the !stand foraerly occupies, by J. There will be services at the Uoioa! >I
"5nn ( lark.. and "Monsieur Beau- : every way up to the standard. j I and this led to the celebration j H. Britt to arrest tome negroes who of here. This road is being puaic1! i! P. Matthews. We wish him much Hill church Sunday next conducted b/
' Cv 4i-' o)> Booth Tarkington and Baby wen't suffer five minutes with I I churches, a second at dawn and a third I without paying their accounts. a passenger: train by President I Messrs. Welsh & Massey are still t

,F-V"-J Greenleaf Sutherland. This croup :If you apply Dr. Thomas l electric S j in the later morn ins. There i is every indication that Ip Steel from 'Dothan to this point by I running their steam mill and turning .
onuer .on gis the patrons of ? Oil at once. It acts like maic.FhcbtiD !'; the near future Chipley will have: an March 15th. out 'much lumber, which is being disposed
'reo" inu.s circuit al! the ('tnc'a-I TT u -to-date opra .house! This with Our post office changed hands last of as fast as cut. l
.onpleasure that can he had other improvements now under way !I Monday, our efficient postmaster Mr.C' ., I
rood pia'ell presented. : Shorn Rare. A .pOUSTING THOMAS. will make Chipley one of the most upto : Welsh having resigned and W. T.! I HEADACHE 7

Ur Crton Clarke's success in this I I1. I "By the way they tight' I can tell men's I I -Hair i i -date towns along; the P. & A.Tae Graveswith two deputies. Mrs. W.. T.i!I Peter smyre aBf. :Tlew" tears. I It 1 +
Had His Falling Stopped, and! Graves and Miss Lula Massey ;ere I
'<"' IF J 8-pat; and deservedly :as nationality. said a policeman. An rvork on Shcriffllen' house S of celebrating Nj e9
so.
custom
: j Dandruff Cured Without Faith. i i sworn in to take charge of same. 'he t The "My f tther k 4 MeD.iif'?.rr fpjin lekbs.dtcbs J
,\1"( Ml to his style, and he saemsrii. !! Englishman.ybea he is going to fight is progressing slowly. codatry is large- .. ... ..
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I I II. 15. Fletcher, Butte, Mont., Oct i iI iu increased business requiring consi 'e- Year's day in our own for the luttw ty-flr years and .r fovad D'.
<<>' "" play ng it. It calls for ana !:; throws Ids bat and c oat in a bins- 'I 2 1SDD.:): says: "Like many other j H. C. Register and Co. hav justcompleted able) more assistance. Our town will'}1 111 due to thc Dutch. Old Peter StuyI h relief.ha.DDtilll.bcon thing b....Ukluc Cwxaret roar* b.Catcartt. fcM ann SIre!had J f.nj,:C.t
I: rich and picturesque court i iI tering, blumns! way on the ground. AScot : people; I have been troubled for year':1 j jvMh the telephone line from ', peon be on a boom. I vesant: mad much of the day, and I the hetdath. Thr b..atinlr .reel him. t.t
\"' end< tons of magnificent :! pulls his hat down tight on hi* :i dandruff, and within the last, Bear Rend to DeFuaiak! and :Mr. RegIster Farmers are very much disturbed cheery assemblages were held at the C..raret.do what yolk,recommend thorn to do. I it t+ .
'I will the pnrllec of bit' Bani.M i
cir oslrc
'' whtrh. with the excellent, head and buttons his coat: carefully. months hair out b1d. was in Chipley Monday conferring yoo
few my came so' > ,over the labor proposition. Two nw jrovernor's borne in New Amsterdam. E.1f.Dlrkl.. ntIae.i.erdt.W.iodlao.poia.lad.::
SI i efferx .used by tae company''i i The canny Scot is not going; to endanger 1 1.; thai I was compelled. to have what | with :Mr.Watts relative to a con raihoads'are being built through the. The Dutch method: of kissing the worn- :.
:o>uperl beautiful.Mi l. I any of tis property. An Irishman ,:: I ha1 l left clipped very close. A friend nection with the Chipley system. Mr. county and as they pay wages hat'! for "a happy new year" was observed Best Fix 'r.I
,
>- ;Nell 11 I Kw n. as Lady Mary' appeals to the crowd to hold bit !! recommended Ncwbro's Herpicide. II| Register is 'a prominent naval stors! farmers can not afford it will cause en and toll taken of'all who were The Bowels S

I coat. The (Celtic nature desires sym- ,,' confess that J doubted his story; hut''' operator having; places at Cotton- quite a curtailment of hands In cultivation and handsome. In fact dqring Jji
patby and tries to build it up. A German ,'I gave Herpicide a trial: now my hairis dale and Bear Head. of crops' 'this year.J. young NewAmsterdam1 I
I of Peter Stuyvesant
his cost j i i as thick as ever and entirely fr4 R. Shcmaker says his cash salesFreedom the reign ; i
methodical precise, folds I
the most thoroughly
I from dandruff. "Destroy the cause, Regulates th> bowels, promotes easy : : was .
and his hat on ;Arlo'erwutnc
bundle lays -- ---
neat -
In
-
a I alt Christendom
: remove the effect. Herpicide i i'l'' bekissed country in
''I you natural irovemoats. cures constipaLionDoan's -
: I of it to hold It down. An American'Is : ntrast to the
top ? a delightful hair dressing for regular,, Regulets.; Ask your druggist and formed a marked (()
eo anxious to pitch ip and have the use.! For sale) by \V. .A. D'Alember' | for th m. :25: cents a box.A j staid Puritans. who; thought the o): jii'
Contain thing over that be starts fighting; withj j i druggist ani':' apothecary 121 SouthPalafox r I servance of this day savored strong)) 1 1'I
nothing injurious. out giving a thought to bat or coat. j i! street, or send lOc in stnmpa'; of reverence for tbe god: Janus and :' .Pl.uant.Palat.ble.Pot.l,7ut6naQ.lfpAeod, 1
i K T rfci<-ken W.ke.ortirip.t.e.: e.Me.W..tr !a
Relieve
Cure bronchial irritation New York Press. '[ for sample; to The Herpicide Co., De-j i I Sau_o. Pawned Guillotine.. who made no note of their first New 'I OaaxuUed old la balk.to Th ear..or.your., *money tablet atampail back. OCC. r, ::t

sore throat. In bona oni/ trOt! Mich.; : The Sausons have a place in FrentLilstory t I Years day in the new work save to Sterling Remedy Co..Chicago or N.Y. Sql

.. ---, .r- -._ --1 1n not only! because they conthi. : record. "We went 'to work betimes."- AH ft UAL SALE, TEN MILLION BOXES m '
--
--- YrVyrRaWn./II YnWAWpWrflWnWlatUtflJ, : oed so len; to bold their odious office, : New York Evening Post I If I

':::{!..t.tnei! !:/u:ulau..u,.:.r.W;YxaWnYa.........;.Wr11Wr11Wta.........,...... .Y._W/IIWJ......... ..aa,1J4WwnW/............ !;:... ... .: ....................._ f but because ttvo of their number, a I'posr"lj'M I : m
.F father 'and san: held office during thsvll f. Sew Year In'Caeiar's Time,
J days of the 'reign of terror when S At the Roman: festivals of, the god We Give You a i

I Plaeo Il<< Buy3mig is Made Easy ( they ''vrere kept so busily engaged wltl' FOOD COFFEE.has Janus held on the calends of January
W heir guillotine. The last of the San i :Sifts and goad wishes were exchanged, tI
dynasty' ) dismissed from btrcst end feasting and Guarantee
On was r friends met together nIDii
:i By our plan ten dollars down and a dollar or so a week will put a CM.F f in tLe,reign uf Louis Philippe IDIS4K d.-he the trick-for others i dancing mr.rtlng and mumming were I
I i
1. in home that will be a joy as long as you live. In adg : under /emarkable'circumstancesAlthough "THERE'S A REASON.*"' he order of the day.' January derives of good work. and when! i
Pa.no! your inherited a comforts Janus, who Rae x
= be had ts name frog the god we say good work we '.j
;1 dition to f.t 5e! fortune from his father the ex. I cpreseated wltl- two face looking In mean the very bet obtainable .-,+hFS

t eutioner of the revolution he got inte j poslt? dlr;ictioes. ... tae moats 'wa by means of : :.j

ii! Lasting Tome and Sieging! Qualities. R: .pecuniary difficulties; and was guilty of I = 'Ouiclt"red tjtn to look bad; upon tle equipment. '\o.t
** ; 'pawning his guillotine! surely the most past year and forward to that rb'chnln MODERN t r

!:i iii lugubrious pledge ever taken by mortal ocru ( ;. I LAUNDRY METHODSand
exteriors in fact they are I a
;
charming ,
sell have most E pawnbroker. An order came from
f1 the Pianos we intelligent operatic, 'r'l
1 most famous piano builders. !! tM procurator general for the execution OD "wata."
the creation of the world: i 1 QoltrCoatrvrr Let u. do your 71-
the I
and
of criminal
a necessary 0v Tesa-I certainly was; sarprisd t* r tStThe
t S Clutter Singer, Chickering, Newton. t apparatus was not forthcoming. The that Mand was merrled. Jess- Star Steam
!:i Kranlch 6 Bach, Lester, Mehiin oar prison authorities bad perforce toIt' get bear m
_
'f Yes. it was nth or unexpected.. Tt'fI-
t ___ and the execution took t
out of
= paim. '
::: Hr family's: quite,.Incensed! .. 1 nat Laundry. t'
; 114-116 S. Palafox St.a place. But the last of the Sansonsvaa her husband is a man of aUtclately
t.. Oldest and Largest House PhonelSPENSACOLA 1'1 (Informed that his services would no 'I'1n:11ilI JwTliat' all ; 37 E arO.n: St. Phone 114. fi'
I family
. t:;! Music Housein Clutter Music fwd longer be required. What became Qt no .with tool Penascola' FUvM

u Florida '_...-..*"' rsln.wnw_.wwsw_"....-. !;t : htm afterward does not appear to be J I ftBUBRB fill If rs fa.trot's.Matal.Au.| wrong 1rilldreu.-Ph11adtlph1a He WM a widower, Pres.r I ;
.n,'.! .. .. ores i'd' \ .W t'' aW a"t Mr4:aisxi Mir.i FirgsaiTi duA. ii.w: -uitlii'ii sown, IJvi
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} fit .1 2 PEOPLE and EVENTS I. WOMEN IS THE WHO-FIRST CHARMHEALTH ESSENTIAL I SAGE Special to LEAVfcS The::/Journal. I GREEN : & ''WATSON I I



It Helps Women to Win and Hold Brent Jan 23.-The February fogs I

i. | Seen, Heard and Done Among Those Who Go, Come<<; and: g Ii Men's Admiration Respect and Love baeput There: has in been an but early one appearance.light frost! .: .:

the pastweek.. .

| Tarry % e Women and Society, Here and Elsewhere jj jjBy inspire Woman's admiration greatest,gift respect is the, and power lore.to trees The shows green a folia'ge light winter of the up orange to, the'',' i Our First Installment : I

I There is which is
health .
a beauty in
present date., The roses are still i
2 more attractive to than mere reguLarity -
& NELLIE BECK. Telephone of men blooming in the yards about town
669.S. ieatu e. uhere slightly protected by the buildIngs F i : of 19O& i I

-: ,U'- +

There is ample time yet for an all-
-
y DEATH OF HOWARD BUCHER killing wave without any unprecedented :i, WHITE GOODS. : I
WELL KNOWN -PENSACOLA.- .
1I Vie Journal's Dany Fashion Feature effort. +
f Airs John A. Leese of Boone. la.who .- : The good. bad and indifferent people Just Received. :
4 hi Is visiting her brother Mr. W. L. of Brent have been treated to a : I

i. :Habn received a message Monday protracted meeting by, Rev. Oscar 4 -
:i evening announcing the death of Mt.S p.- Self: : SEE'SHOWWINDOW. :
S k- Howard Bucher of Lisbon. la. C
. Although the nights were dark
The young man only twentythreeyears g .: : I and Satan alive to placing stumbling!! .4
;t old. will be pleasantly remein- > : blocks in the pathways; the attendance '1 ; WHITE MADRAS all neat and new! !igns.,! .15, 20, 25 and 35c yard .

fcered by many Pensacolians as a \ : was fair and I trust that: i iI : ENGLISH LONG CLOTHS! best values w have ever offered, in C

.. i popular visitor two years: ao when .. \ 'i- \ the faithful labor of the devoted], pieces ot 12 yards.$1 $1.25, $1.U5: $$1.50 $1.85 and $2.25 piece :

I he was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. W. f' I evangelist has not been in vain. : : )iSNGLISH NAINSOOK made of the finest combed jams, :

. L. Hahn. .?: 'f : How many colorblind souls are off, :. at., .. .t -. -., .. .. .. .. .. 15, 20, 25, 30.and 35c per yard
Mr. Bucher passed away Sunday afternoon ,, the :
tack to Heaven and rushing on i
. I ; tn a hospital after an opera to destIny! : S1AALJA.::: a beautiful, soft and silky coth! for ladies' Underwear .

tion for appendicitis. He was a very -..... : (..Srirj. Chaf.FBroivn I The death of Gen. George Reese): INDIA LINENS a complete range quality and price.5 to 23c yard 4
close:; friend of the whole Hahn family ) came like a shock of thunder from a: P.RlSlUSLINS.. the finest washable material made. 46 to 30 in :

and the unexpected:: : news has deepened [clear: sky, verily none are too good1; :: :. wide., .. .. .. .. .. . '.-. '.... .... .. =35 to 90c yard..
; r the cloud of sorrow already en To be a successful wife, to retain the i none too useful; none TOO old; ,none! '
receIved love : NAINSOOK. FR. LAWN PERSIAN LAWN,, DIMITIES, CHECK :
I vetoplng them and will be and admiration of her husband, to ,young nor too dearly loved to bel| FR.
with profound regret' by all who ., \ should be a woman's constant' study.At snatched from us in the twinkling of! : NAINSOOKS. CHECK LONG CLOTHS. 4
knew Mr. Blucher thus cut off in the : the first indication of ill-health an eye. I I:: ALL NEW AND 'FRESH. :

beautiful and promising morning of painful or irregular periods, headache : The numerous life InCilentslUrOl. ,! :' .
i' his or backache, Lydia E. -
manhood. secure .' h long association with al] :
+ Pinkham's Vegetable Compound andbegin : ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO CALL AND LOOK
I YOU OVER
.
its friendly "brother" like Gen. Reesej: I ISf'em
. PRETTY LITTLE ROMANCE i. use.
to rush across the mind like( : OUR LINE BEFORE PURCHASING. :
I Mrs Chas. F. Brown VicePresidentMothers'
OF PENSACOLA COUPLE.i '
r when such sodden .
panoramic :
views a .
Club, 21 Cedar Terrace, Hot -
i pretty little romance has just termination
comes.:
I come to light by the expected return Springs Ark., writes: I believe *t was during my last conversation i GREEN & WATSONj

"i of a young lady known to her: many Dear! lira. Pmkhatm I with him that he was "1>;1<;-1
"[friend's! as Miss Lillie Callaghan but "For nine year I dragged through a miner- gmg" of excelling me in age by several -'

}1 "Mho has months been Mrs. E. J. Elliott for I and able! female existence weakness, buffering and with,worn inflammation out with I jears.There I:............++ ........... .............. ...... :
several of
should be no complaint
pain and wt'3rin6Slone! day noticed a statement
;4 Mr. Elliot is a well known business r by a woman suffering I was,but who hard times. in this vicinity noI \'.-. :It
,it t man and on May 12: last year he secured had been rural by Lydia E. PinLhatn'a Vegetable I work insures "prosperity.** Notices .4 .43.4lt. Od..............................+H1
J :. a license: to marry Miss Cal. Compound, and I determined to try it. arc posted up along the road that 200)) .
laghan but for reasons of their own At the end ot three months I was a different
hands are wanted at Gouldng: to toiland ,
i they the wedding secret. woman. Every one remarked about it, and Get Married in January.
kept I
tumble barrells, }load cars etc.
... my husband fell in love with me all over f
I At the first hint of .
i, quarantine again, Lydia E. Pmkham's Vegetable Compound What a strange paradox that improved -
Elliot sent his bride to the conventof built up my entire system cured the t machinery increases the price- : Don't wait another da>'-will provide the Furniture and 4
Mercy in Atlanta where she was trouble,and I felt like a new woman. I am of labor. The puny driver of a great : Furnishings." :
., educated! after the death of her sure it will make every suffering woman western harvester can earn more,f
strong, well and happy,as it has me." .
mother. but having through i
passed
,
while occupying a comfortable seat.j | You Can Now
Buy
' I the fever in Jacksonville and consid : ;r! Women who are troubled with painful than could a swarthy gan'g of teaming!.

t (sing! himself immune he decided to 1 or irregular periods, backache, sweaters with the old hand-scjthe of, t i
J I stick to his post here and look after bloating( flatulence), displacements 5C years,ago. ;i iTHOS. and Pay Later.108x110 .

I the interest of his e-nployers \\\ inflammation ulceration, that" ,,ar' )lc UlIL.\N. I!:
Now, Mrs. Elliot is expected r-oino : i ing-down feeling dizziness.faintness :. Bedroom Suits from $20.00 up. Pretty Chairs from Tie; :

. In a few days ana' the friends of boh indigestion, or nervous prostrationmay The Original. to $t.50Iattresses: $2.50 to $1500: easy, comfortable: :
.
\\il' prepare to give her a cordial! re- fi i -_ : be restored to perfect health Foley &: Co., Chicago, original", I Springs $2.50 to $:;.00; SiJ, uoards 715.00 to 600.; .
U cepMon and will unite In best wishes and strength by taking Lydia E. _
Honey and Tar as a throat and lung

a .1 I1 for the happiness-of+-both : i # Pinkham's Vegetable Compound. remedy, inj on account of the great i MARSTON &. QUINA i
merit or ,
'* and popularity Foley's: Honey I I
5. MRS. ATHALIA L. J. IRWIN I -- .
and Tar many imitations are offered .
1 POET AND PREACHER.The I afternoon with Miss Fannie Aiken at for the, ge:1UIr.tThe e worthless imitations S. Palafox St. Phone 148. Pensacola: Fla.
:
. many: friend's and admirers of Mrs. J. Storm 1IcGau' he"s. ; i

'I* i Rev Athalia I* J. Irwin. former. IMS- : -+- I Beware of have them.similar The sounding genuine FoleyNs names. ......................r.... ......................:
. tor of the Unhert-alist church in thiscity I Mrs.\ Kenneth Bruce left jeattilay:
Honey and Tar is in yellow
a package
will be pleased: to learn that Mrs. for Atmore to spend a few days after -;
Irwin has found a congenial; tiEd:) in which she goes "'toDe 0 Fnnian' Ask for it anl refuse any substi
. tute. W. A. D'Alemberte. druggist ....JH **3HIMMHHMMI "'" -t; N-, .>>
Little Rock. Ark., where she went Springs to join Mr. Bruce. Mrs. Bruc

. .1 from here little more than a year ago. THE SCHOOL GIRL'S FROCK. I has had a most pl&ftant vjsit here. and apothecary. DIAMONDS, WATCHES, JEWELRY, |
, 'In that time she has built a church !and has been the honoree of several
and it is almost paid for and has won Simplicity} 'is the keynote of the ami stylish patent colt shoes.' The i beautiful functions.-.:-Mobile Herald. I t CLOCKS PRECIOUS STONES, BRONZES
f, a host of true friends among almostall frocks Intended for wear J>y,the school waist is simply tucked to yoke :a'epth.; I ..
denominations." girl. Bodices must be well cut and of then drawn in easily to the brown Mr. Jack Brandon is at his homesick I I BLUFf SPRINGSSpecial i STERLING SILVERWARE,

Uncter the,headline"Book of Poems ample proportions to allow for the velvet crushed 'girdle and the simple but not dangerously so, expecting ART POTTERY, OPTICAL GOODS,
written by Little Rock lady. Rev. Mrs. puffed sleeve hac a high elbow cuff to be out in a fe'w-dars.:
( Athalia U. J. Irwin author of Dainty growing figure and there must be In of tbe mohair' laid in folds around the t CUT GLASSWARE. ;
! little Volume" the Arkansas Democrat all cases an absence' of ruffles and arm and stitched. The back' Is plain Miss Ella Dureof.Mobile: -- has arrives to The Journal. '

I I J of Jan.' 6. says: furbelows A novelty mohair in with three broad pleats stitched from I and visiting MissPhilipa Wil- Bluff Springs, Jan. 23.-Rev. tJ.O._ ; ;

U!f "Little Rock has another name to brown is cut with an eleven-gore skirt neck to waistline, and the collor is a kins .at Flshcrville for the Wllkins- Lawrence. of Pine Barren filled his ::

iJlf, add to its list of authors, this being knee which Is stitched to a trifle below : straight stitched band, with front bow Lambert wedling.: at(. which she, will regular appointment hero Sunday at Engraving and Fine, Stati n ry. i
I, Rev. Mrs. Athalia I* J. Irwin pastor I length then flaring out gracefully -,of satin ribbon which may be changed be an attendant. the Methaolst church.
j of the Universalist church in this I to the ankle revealing the strong I from one color to another. ., .. Rev. J. G. Fillingim and wife an!

I!r city whose little volume entitled "A little Carhse. ttfp lovely baby little son Freddie went to Oak .Grove

Bouqiret of Verses' has recently been t'1: present a conscientious daughter of Major and "Mrs. Chars: Sunday, where Rev. Fillmsim filled Mail Orders,Receive Prompt Attention. I
view of
t game of euchre it was found that : his
isued. Mrs II. Bliss, who was Dangerously Hi of regular appointment and alao p5r-
truth
: as it to be in ,
seems an attractive P E. Cummins
, 'f which had captured the first formed marriage at the -
The ceremony
. poems go to make this form in which pneumonia on Sunday was much improved f
she has admirably
'
'
little volume are written in clear wn- prize Mrs. Will Harris the second jesterday and the attending church the contracting parties bPin;

affected style in pleasing meter and opening succeeded.The poem. entitled "Get h- and t ten. Mrs. James White the consola physician is now hopeful that she will Mr. Frank Brewton and Miss Egerton IE.i O. Zadek Jewelry Co !
; Miss Annie Dawson and Mks :Mary
. happy mood. They are without the semane," as explained in a recover to the great relief of the unx-
note was The
hostess
pessimistic 'gloom that marks much served delicious refreshments. Wiggans came up from Pipe Barren #
ious
written between twelve parents and a host of sympathizing MOBILE ALA.
, IH>puJar poet/- and might be call-Hi and one and the next meet!n? friends.Mr. Sunday where they had been: visitLig =
o'clock .
't conga of hope. Their purpose is evident -' author's at self-ordained night on the release day of from the will be with Mrs. F. E. Cummins. -+- -iclatives the past week. .**'***#*# #*** ;SMS d i. # R HHPHovr

the author's wish having been i membership in the Baptist church, and Mrs. F. R. Osborne of There was a very good circus at
MRS. PEPPER
ENTERTAINSNEW Fiomaton Ala., last Saturday Ann:
Jacksonville in the
are city visiting
. because of her desire to be honest to 183.
------
'f I herself and the church July 1S9S.I CITY FLINCH. relatives: and are the guests of Mr. those who attended from here were
Mr. and Mr A. ,Y. Stanton ,.* -hil-
an
? )
There and Miss Roberts.Do
I The second poem "Heaven" was : were no visitors at the New
written nearly five later the City Flinch Club meeting ; dren Mrs. Ida Sanders and son Doi- NEW METHOD LAUNDRY
years on yesterday
I phin Miss Minnie Powell and brother.
Mrs. Bartow it now! Phone for
H day of her ordination to the Univer- Pepper the hostess hav 1 your grocer
Miss Ada Miss : Lee Mc-
Fresh salist ministry, November 30. 1902. ing only the active members of the Blue Ribbon Lemon and Vanilla Ex Vann Mary
David and brother Mr. G. R Stanton'schildren :
,
.
Among the other poems reflecting club.A tract. Absolutely pure. Goes twicea E. W. LAWRENCE. Proprietor. No a We: Romina St. Pensacola Flaf4S
the author's views are those entitle delightful chicken salad course I far and gives desserts the 'Br ue and many others. All re-I .
turned well pleased with their trip. -
"Deity" "Unit with hot coffee, was Ribbon Flavor.
). and "Divinity" all greatly enjoyed j Miss Etta Taylor entertained # ii
of which are good. after the game. The next meeting
. The collection includes three will be with Mrs. James T. Gerelds. 1 large number of her friends: last Fr -[
Cereals poemsin i tfey evening' from eight to ten Jt ttet i
negro dialect which also deserve -+- WHO MAKES YOUR CLOTHES ?
special mention. MRS. ANSON WAS HOSTESSCF j II PONCE deU.ON: I I home of her sister, Mrs. Will Douglas.,
. I Miss Annie Cameron McDavid &11:1'liltle *
I The little volume is daintily bound NEIGHBORHOOD EUCHRE -
and stamped in floral design and con- brother Ned and Miss Manve ; Why cot: hive them bum> right here at home, where YOU
Mrs. II. O. Anson McKaskill visited relatives at Pme
wa!. hostess of
tains a good portrait Of the author. : cn bus privilege ot try-on and'get what you want
the
Neighborhood Afternoon Barren last week.
Euchre 1[
Special to The Journal.
Among the numerous subjects
for ciub Tuesday afternoon. "There number of citizens -
purBreakfast touched upon In the little volume Ponce de Leon, Jan. 23.-The issues were a our i
: There were six tables of five-hand : in Pensacola Monday attending THE REESE-MENDEL TAILORING COMPANYare
which is a gem of typographic art ol The Journal of the 17th, 18th and "" ;
euchre and the l lovely prizes I court.
printed on excellent paper with wide, were 19th Inst., were each received at this:
first an ebony handled silver
Margins-there is a rln'& and a thrill strainer 'by tea office by the same mail on the.. 13th' turning out some swell clothes. Should you need a suit drop tI j*
Mrs.
that will teir! sentiment won Macgibbon and inst. Means less nutrition' and In conse-:
Impress
on the consolation at their place No. 11 North Palafox stiett. They are showing an |
--I cut
violet
a glass hold"
: all readers of Mrs. Irwin's lines en- er won by Mrs. Nellie Cravey Gil-: Miss Rebecca Gillis. aged 74 )'ears.I I'I Q'lence leas vitality. Whn the liver' 4; elegant line of Suitings and Trouserings, and at prices that will sureh *
titlea': more. died at her home here on the 19i.h.. :' fails to secrete bile the blood becomes '!: tempt you to buy. *
, t: I "Raise Your Standard." Miss Gillis had been an inva'.U! for!)loaded with bilious properties, the di- ? ;;:
club
The will meet next !
: "Raise your standard hIgh. my friend. Tuesday I IDennison's many years. Tie body was interred: gjstipji becomes impaired anj: thel] l.f :. fo -$ f: .v.Jf; !:; ;; i1Nff7f,"' ;\t ;f. j
i p Tou can just as well eat oh. raise your standard hfgh! in the Valley Cemetery on the 20th 'bowels constipated. Herbine will rectify ...
( fresh breakfast foods as Unfurl its banner to the wind and leti this; 1tJ'iVfS, tone'to the stomach
inst.The
stale ones. Ours are always its colors fly! farmers .hereabouts are improving
i liver and kidneys strengthens the aP-1| New
fresh They Include I'I Up from the battle and the strife, their farms an,' preparing for the'I tetite. clear; and improves ths com Crop Cane Syrup

i; I from misty deed and aim, next crop. p'exion.,intujes: new life and vigor to I!
I To plant Jour banner on the: mount Mr ,Augustus! : .Moore of the whole "f stE'm.: 50 CEnts: a bottle.
. Oats and highest good proclaim. has bought an interest in westvme'l: sold by all 'druggists. Put up in all size packages
3 Scotch Go ,view the conflict from afar, unfurl Crepe chantile! business of T. P. ; 4

. ing as you go- this place, and is now assisting Mr.|
;r; Cream of :Wheat, And shouting back to those behInd;'r Andrews.in the store. ) WRITE FOR PRICES

i that they the truth may know. i i PapersAre Mrs. W. C. Mason, who has been *

. Quaker Oats, I I quite ill for several days with la--
"V "Don't stand amid vain dreams and grippe is now convalescent.: (r i
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Forcer, i doubts with unseen banner;' the most perfect; for Mr. D. Hughes attended the meet.. WhereDo I Supt. Stores, Southern States Lumber Company

i i howWhere I I decorating purposes ito be lug of the Grand Lodge F. and A. M..

$ uts trailing in the mud and mire!! foun!. held! !n Jacksonville on' the 16th. 17tu' PENSACOLA FLORIDA
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Grapc. ,
its colors! cannot show ; and 18th inst

But drag it ,bravely to the front, and Just the Thing Mr. M. L. Lassiter a prosperous I

Farina, high and. bold and true- I{ farmer of :Mossy Bend, transacted You ........................................... .......:
,4. Let victory! freedom! o'er the land For business in town on Satura'sy. { .
DecoratingFor
Shredded Wheat. wave back Its voice to you. I I ..

! Go plant your' banner high and clear:,' Cured Lumbago. I
I whera every eye may see, Home z Modern Gas Light is the Most i
: : We sell such large quantities |!And they' too. toiling it to reach are; A. B. Canman. Chicago writes Mar : ,
of these 4. 1903 "Having beea troubled with Eat?
: pure health j bound for viCtory! I| Entertainments. : .
i' foods that our supply Is !i Lumbago, at different times and tried

. always fresh-never more ("Raise jour standard high my frknI ',i A plentiful supply of ; one physician aft another, then ,dif- i Reliable of All Illuminants.Stores i
than month of the ( f;rent ointments: and linIments, .
; a out I raise ,your standard higher- every color made and I gaveI The Kandy Kitchen Is :
milL Try them. What if the world should scoff and i Ii I up altogether So I tried once easily the best .' .
p'ace
-r: i jeer from out Its ''muggmire? : lOc a Roll. I II i i more Snow an-1 got a which bottle of Balard's! : eat In town. It is clean to, f fWf'1l : offices and warehouses lighted: with Gus Arc :
? Don't let It drag jou in the dust. this I Ii Liniment gave me at ; ,. '
I kept with a first- : Loaips and homes lighted with singh gas arcs r rn .
-- i Papper apkins 10, 23. most instant relief. I can cheerfully
thoughtless striving throng I
class service and cinsme : candescent mantle3 have light In abundance at any h' ur .
wide 75 cents and II-OQ a hun recommend it. and will add my nim*!'
But shout o'er the wide I
ye
that satisfies the veriest of the day night-all Gas Water healers :
.I or Lie time
'wordt! in one unending song. I dred. to your list of sufferers. Sold by all 3
epicure : furnish hot water quickly for bath laundry or cul.niry .
For freedom victory, onward march druggists. i '
Sol Calm & Co i purposes./ :
to God's eternal shore +
I Where nigh-placed .stanoterds of this CONUNDRUM TEA. I _

;; Th. Pure Food Star., I life wll--, ( .at.. forftrerniore." Epworth League of Gadsdn_ M. E. i| II I \ CPensacola
I -+- Coe'sBooksto"re church will! Rive a "Conundrum i i
: Seuthwtst CO'IIO' Patatix l .11'lnt ndeiicia. MRS. BRANDON'S EUHRE I Tea,;* Fri.lay] Jan. 26. at the rt'i!. : Kandy Kitchen Cafe Gas Company i
\ FOR PLEASURE CLUB.
dence of Mrs. F. M. Williams corur13th .
The Tuesday Pleasure Club had a I .
Phon..11t%, .jolly, meeting last evening with Mrs. .2,13$ S.PllafOI! ( Strut. I will be street a musical and 13ti:program.avenue.0 Adinh-j There!1 I ii! S. PalafoL Phone 999 : Phone 148. 24 and 27 E. Garden Street. :

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r8fJ'l -- -w_ j SI750.00 I f.: L.' s. BROWN & CO. 5- II,


HOME BEAUTY N I :will t buy four good renting houses.!j'. !

bringing f 23.00 per month or J276.00 WANT YOUTo I Few Attractive Offerings in Real Estate. : i

per.je u-. This will pay nearly 14 per : list property. with them for sale. II Ii

HOME cenU ,! If you: want to buy, we can sell.,you Ii I .00-One "of the most valuable pieces of property In the city: -

IS COMFORT BETTER INVESTIGATE THIS. for cash or on easy terms. i on a corner and fronting 3 streets (260x240)). S
Money 10 lend on vacant or improved \) -New two story brisk building on Garden street. near Pal -

I city property., i afox.: with lot l 92 feet front Quick sale. -
Th greatest b-auty of the home question !is home own- $2500.00will I List your renting property with us -Large story brick building; near business center. A : I 4

ership. If jou dou't own '''oar own home for satisfactorY'returns.. good interest payer. '-J$
wake buy
a piece
good of business
up property .CO-Desirable building lot. near business center. on corner ((245 ,
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2 blocks from Palafox. Rents for FIRE AND LIFE .INSURANCE feet by 192 feet).

$2600 per month. t -Improved property near Palalox street property paying

CUT LOOSE FROM t THIS PROPERTY WILL INCREASE AGENTS. I about: 12 per cent. We consider this a bargain. 5:ta4, 5

-, IN VALUE i -Larse"2story dwelling on West Hill;' good neighborhood )
with 12 rooms and servants quarters.. Lot 80 by 180 feet. '

THE RENT HABITand LIST. YOUR PROPERTY WITH ME L. S. BROWNCO. Our Rental Department is given special attention, and our lists

FOR SALE. ,.. tores. offices and dwellings contain !locations in all)) parts of tae
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I RENTS COLLECTED. 20I-J' 'Thi,$en Building. Our Insurance Department. representing 15 of the leading ) -P3
and American companies can fully protect you from the fire -4-i -,
become your: Own landlord. We have several des:rablP I -------=- or show at whether tim- of final settJell1 Loans, in any amounts made on real estate. and on short no- .:
re ldenc-s that you are -1'
can :be

down and monthly quarterly bousat) : payments for small) thereafter payment LESLIE E. BROOKS I D.IIALEWILSON & CO. with or not. Tiers are no : I IN AND LET US SHOW YOU HOW TO INVEST YOUR

Better hurry.Pemsacolla. Fire I MONEY ____1

1204 S. Palafox St.. FIsher Building. REAL .ESTATE, Paying II
i I HOOTON WATSON
I written by companies we j & S
RENTS AND LOANSWe It's a rood t'me' of the '
j Successors to Thos. C. Watson 6 Co. _
For Sale. after your ,insurance, Gve:

Investment i'I mess and it will be done: to 37 S. Palafox St. LEADING REAL ESTATE DEALERS.
Co. |
I FOR S\LE-10 lots on East Hill. 4 have the following very des r-- j -

I blocks' from street car, line. For I: able pieces of property' on our "For ----

a. H. D'ALEMBERTE, City Manager.K. terms address Box 68, Chiplty, Fla. I Sale" list: 'McDavid-Hyer .Co : -, -- -- --- ----- -- ".'
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FOR SALE.
H. KNOW LES, President R. B. snrlPSO Secretary. -- Agents New _York TORY
J. F. STILLMAN V.-Pre anl Gen. Manaer. KNOWUS FOItSALE.-lmproved and unimprjed -: \t block, with nice.lot of fruit trees Life Insurance Comp (
HY2R.
I Trcunrar. I propertv: in all parts of the c'ty.! I: and under fence. New City...$1.500 8 E. Government t Timber Lands

Real Estate Loans General Investments.L5 : J. .\. Wilson & Co. Real Estate: Agents!! U, block best part of East Hill- Phone 7CO. Penu I :: Lodg, No. 3, K. of 7.30 P.( >>

i Room: 7. Salisbury: building Phone very chean. e'eryonday evening at 1>
South Palafox --
Street Pensacola, Florida. 23jaa ,: Best building location overlooking. -- j at their temporary Castle Hall

1172. : Bayou Tenr. 200x137% ft. ..$1,500 Board and I 'oustable., W. Intend ncu St.
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..____ FOR SALE OR RENT-New two-I, Good 3 room house. W. Jackson I II brethren cordially welcomed.J. For Sale

==--------- story' 9.room dwelling together with street. .. ._ .. -.. .. ... ..$850 A. KIRKPATRICK. C. C.
=- ;) A GENTLEMAN: can find lC K. of R. & S
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;5 lots cor. 9th a\e and 12ih: St.. East Js block in New City, near Stoddart hoard R8LER. ;):..

WANTED HELP WANTEDVANF1P.Lady Hill Half block from car line. Most place. .. .. . .. .., .. ..$1500 i O. in a private family. I' '!
P. Box 773. Lodge No. :
-- Ratnbone
desirable residence location in city Number of good icntins; housss that!
.VCT LOGGING: \ K. of P.. meets every g
l'o R or gentleman of fair For particulars call at address or; will net 10 per cent.; I'FOR! RE h 30. We have them. Several splendid '
.. ,mi:'. either by the day educattoa to travel for firm 0'[ $*50-: write to Box 427 21janl w' : 120 feet by SO feet. corner Romana rent with Furnished without Thursday evening at 8:00 large and small turpentine locations:: ; 1&
.)1. iusin4. Call at A v crock 000 capital Salarv Sj.072 paryear. :- and Acaniz.! Excellent location for) or 1 o'clock in their temporary Saw Mills and Saw mill locations. ,

't"., (.0.. Acock, Ha.Po ; parable weekly Expenses ad\auceJ FOR SALE.-Thoroughbred Scotch warehouse. Hou$' s i' now' renting reg- light housekeeping Apply : i. ,Castle Hall, over Pou sta- Some excellent! bargains in large 2
Gregory. 1t'
.j Vddraas, Gto. G. Clov.s. Pensacola. collie, imported stock. also oneludy's ularly fort p r.,tpon}h. -......$2500 : I ble. W. Intendencia streetVisiting \. and small traits of round and boxes if
: : stenographer Fla ; saddle. 1102 E. Gadsden street: knights are co timber lands.: E'
,II non as ,2tO
\ FURNISHED
FRONT R :\ welcomed.
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of xpcrience.! Good ref ci- or phone 2S3': 20jan2w i Will. lend a reasonable, amount of half block from Palafox J. D. KIRK C. C. Large tracts of Mississippi Delta'J

x Hre \s L. M, care Journal. WANrforwo white girls to work FOR SALE.Second hand Babcock money at lowest market rate of inter-I exposure. Apply 32:! E. : K. of R. & S. and Splendid Hardwood lands. :t.Ai t.,.
in Use of valuable propertyand
:: I III' hundr). Apply New Method 'tt1
., II Laundn buggy, rubber tires in firstclasscondition est on'any of the above.' fine location for a Colony! or Stock (( ii

I. -'- 3jan. For information telephone 30 S., Palafox St. Knights of Columbus. Farm I6 South East Geor la.. '1]flt. "
:' r'-p -Real Estate for sale or --- -- -- No. 51FOR I Phone '234. BOARD AND LODGING Meetings of the Some of the choicest residence ,. .: .

-i-v Or exchange Your busif WANTED.-Three men to collect and ture, large clean room Knights of Columbus places In the beautiful little city of 'i-4c;

.' > ,>rfullv solicited J. A. "XMl: canvass l.fe Insurance. Apply to \LE-Most beautiful residence sonable Apply Mrs C. C. j, C." are held at their hail DeFuniak Springs Fla.: and in Milton. ,r; t
the
.r 'w '. EM ate \gent, 22% W Gox- J. P MeLaiiishIm assistant superintend block in Pensacola:; overlooking I East Intsndencia St. [ No. 8 West Intenden.

.;". 'II i .t rv>', Room 7. Salisb'irv.me Metropolitan Life Insurance Co., bay and Bayou Texar Magnificentlive i CR.YAEGERBUYS ,cia street on every Fla.Our prices and terms are reason

Phone li:. 23jan Room: 3, Salisbury building 23jan3t l oak magnolia! and other shade hotelor WANTED.-A few boarders l Monday evening at able.Cal e;I\.
trees. Ideal location for home.
New 7:30 o'clock. Aa invitktion on write to '
------- Gregory house or us. ,
CITY
AND SELLS : S 1
sanitarium. .\ C. Hinkle I
\VAX1'ED.-Young L extended
colored man for I borhood and on car line >
\\ 'ci EO.-QuaTt whiskey bottles 20janlw at janitor. Must be clean and willing FOR S\LE,-Second hand ladies' bi I PROPERTY'AND FARM- Knights.S C ; 'J l.tl!

N.'-mans Saloon to work. Apply at Concordia. Club at cycle. 500. and also sewing ma- ROOMS TO RENT, with JOHN B. JONES.
once t,3; E. Intend ncia. board. 22 Garden. FOX.. Grand Knlg t.
23jan ING LANDS. E.
KOiKERS get Kauffmans prices chine for $10.00. Apply' at 403:; N Reus. Recorder. TURNER&AYMARDReal Ii

fi, finishing Best 18janl
de'eloplnand/ W WANTED 500 men. $4.00 daily FURNISHED room for rent;
,'hpantst in city Romana and per- FOR SALE No. 4 1.
Lodge 0. O.
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manent-pass circulars tack signs. FOR S.\LE-200 acres good farm Ian.I I2J housekeeping. 111 W.
20 !
'H" ox janltu -= +-- Lodge No 4. I. 0. O.I'.. Estate'and i.
no in
ran\assmg. Continental
Distributing : miles southeast of Chipley.
Co. Chicago. ho land 30 125 finest building lots on East Hill BRIGGSlOUSEWright' every Thursday evealnr at 7:30 Abstract
19janlw Washms'On: county ; waste ; Company, i1 !t1.
\\ *:\ rEP -Second )h.aud furniture I acres ready for cultivation. ,Good at from l1i: up. t>, west of Union Depot. new hall en West Garden

!,.r ,'-3Addr\r>-ehold! >ss articles P. O. of Box all 353.u kinds::. WANTED,-Boj" about sixteen to' lima rock quarry' en premises. For will Several investment 10 cent properties which rooms fortable rooms.week $2.50 Rates per Visiting E. brethren GREENBLATT cordially: :. O. BOlUS.I DeFiuhk Springs, Fbrili
per up.
not over pr
learn" glazing: Apply Saunders Mil'' further psrtitulars address Mrs, L
.:! Secretary.REBEKAH .
-- --- Co., 29 East Garden. l5jau; Wise'ole! larianna, Fla !7janlm* Good homesonEast from $1800 --. - "- Iot
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up. 'tr 'o NICELY FURNISHED '

"' TED.-The public to know that ,MY 'MAO \7INE: VESTING J.'ORPROF.IT' See my' list.and get my' prices before able for light houseke SISTERS. Professional! Directory
can be bought at Any intelligent person may earn a. Lodge No. 10. Rebekah Sis
H !11 He"pappTs; modern conveniences. _
(which II! snd fr.ti, is investing !
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.\ffi" for five tents a bundle. They a. good neome:: Corresponding fc- GaJsdec. every Monday night at
w, ,'!.an and nice rewspnpeia.; no canwrsing; experl:, worth $10 a copy' to any man who intecds t 1 202 Thlesen ,Building. Phone 332 \ in I. 0. 0.'F. Hall. Visit- THOS. PEBLEY '

--..- I erce unn cessirj': Send for pancu< ._to invest any monej, howeversmall I NICE FURNISHED ROOMS: ; cordially invited to be'pres- .
lars Northern Press ; woo has. money invested un- LAW REAL ESTATE., LOANS ANDCOLLECTIONS : ,
\\ "E-EecTric: work of all kmi; : : Syndicate. Newly furnished; clean MRS S. DeTHA Y?R. --
I I.o'kport.l.. Y.WANTED.1Of. 5nr v6mo profitablyw or hQ can ,ave $o>> or j
1 us : can 'our f more PT month? but who ha=n't learned For:1 Sale near postoffice.! Apply at MAMIE FREEMAN. Secretary PALAFOX AND ROMANA. '

n I 'i r1'.j our wiring, etc P.l'':13 Government street, Mrs. B. PHONE 553.
., i : ) laborers wages Jl.30 the art of investing for profit.It B. A. No. 81. meets first and S '-
:-r. V \Jla EI'ctrl.* Co. 213: S. 7janlm. .
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CHI ERY 6" Moulder.
i demonstrates! the RE.farping one Wednesday evening at 7:30 ; -
day Apply factory of
per Gou'dingCo
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1& : of rrone\-the knowledge flnanciers 150 knives and cutters. One woodworker Hall No 10. West .
Frti1lu'r Co i4janMoitey power PLEASANT place tn board Intea- ''i'IJp
I and bankers hide from the or jointer with two heads, 1'A I street Dr.S. R.
2nd door from line Mallory Kennedy
\\ ANTE: :II First cla s r''gist!Ted car t
etc. JDns
masseoi.It knives rabiting Pres. lr lromce
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r 'Hb' and pharmacist wants pos-1- : shows how to invest small sums 136" cIrcle resaw,,)jdtest pattern for Journal' SWEENEY. Sec. over D'Alemberte's Drug Stora {

,'!.9rfl\ ,. \\'st Florida; permanent or '- to L oan. and hor tn make them growinto fortunes .and strajt|:it, boards with ,saw Office Hours-9:30 a. m. to 6 p, m ,'lM
"-'mj ar.Aridress I. 2., care Jour-I -the actual po-s.bilm-s: of in-.: compile: One edger !arbor and Old newspapers at five W. O. W. Phones 274 and 109. 'r

na- 3jan. MONEY TO LOVN.-On reai estate or t"JJ-gt! investments three,SAWS from ;p" p> 20"'. Belts, at this 'office. They are Oak Camp No.1, W. '). W..

other sufficient security by apply! It reveals the enormous profits counter shafts, main- hin* shafting and and nice.FURNISHED. in I' 'thian Hall let and 3rd -
:-!E"H.: [) .\ D CLOTHING: WANTti : I
Tho P t
Pebley. lafox
ing
to cor. and bankers ;nake and shows how one can i pullsys Machines <,omparathely new. in each month. Visiting YATES

I' l>'. I Selling on account of no,further work ROOMS-Fine cordially Invited.F. T.-U G.: M.-iL .

It explains HOW stupendous for.1 for thvjm Apply Henry' Mouk, general -I Splendid view of bay. A. BOGHICH. C. C. ,
=<*'n' 11:1: E Inicndencia
1 MONEY: TO LE.iD-On good real estate I I tunes are mad and WHY they are 1! contractor 16V. 8t Gregory' St, Alcaniz.-- _. E. BROOKS. Clerk. t11fi
security, or on good collateral jmada-:tow $1,000 grows to. $22,000.To I Pensaco'a.! or Fort Barrancas. Fla OPTICIAN !
JOB' PK'NTING'! all)) kinds wanted at lowest rates. Leslie E. Brooks. I introduce magazine write me WA-TED-A: fsw::! boarders i O. W C.. Oak Grove. Xo. 4. -t
., 24 W. my FOR SALE.:.-On nice with. family; nicely furnished Circle ;th'tr
ie Macs Printing Co. Fisher building 21Jnn grocery : n meets last Thursday
NOW mention thtspapr and I'll send I 306 THICSCV BUILDIGN tJ! ;l
\uo\ernnunt. Pnona 181. Only the ; 'FREE I i market attached Mu&t be sold by use of bath and telephone. month at 3:30: p. m.. 3d floor !:
MONTHS:
,1@S' ,)ir iork. Idee MONEY LOANED on all) Kinds of personal !: .!' it SIX EDITOR GREGORY : February 1. $ 50.00. For information ent to railroad shops and I Hall over POIl's'lIta'ble. on In. -- ti"ti"'i;'

property on, short notice., SI Jackson Bhd Chicago.1 j f :apply A. Greenhut, or address I. ,Apply 401 E. Gregory., I street. Visiting sovereigns : .f..
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VNTED Hauling and transfer Terms easy. J. V:. Bullard. upstair:' i r M. care Journal. invited MM. W. A. Smith J A,
.. 1OUiLe phone 363 residence 2S' South Palafox St,. Phone 1144. FORS\LK --all '- I TJN'FURNISUED-Large' I Mrs. !I. B. Olsen guardian. "' k II
; j i| -Pecan trees; sizes; Moyr. on the square, is still In the I Ii I i t t
I p-, to; ,I 4costa. & White. 22.28 N. fln" ', from extra: fins paper shell)) seed. W.i ring. Prices: and quality never better fronting to south and i .'
:4 ,*:f>4a St. 25matt -. 14jani light and central location
: E Acosta. 'I have at corner of Government and
----- to 1 k ,I N Palafox St. or phone 65. : ADVERTISEMENT :
UNLIMITED amount or money ioaj i il't
; r I Alcaniz a first_ 'class, up-to date meat I.
*NTLI Second hand corn oat on all kind of personal:; property. I FOR SALE.-Gro'er store and mE"atl!![ market where I' handle the choicest t

/tilton on seed meal sacks. Out of Special rates to business men,on larg<'I mark t attached; business good1; i I western and native beef, pork mnt-I BAY HfTE1.-Op night of application for permit to :

"'ji! shipments elicited. Write us. leans. The New York Loan Co.. 204V treason\ for telling on account of going: ton. sausage, hogs head cheese "tc. European plan. Rooms I wines and beer Where- d
F S MP! pn & Co. 20mar, South Palatoi.S does not want to stay I clean Transient trade
: north, owner I Let me.give you a few prices on groceries Palafox. Jas. W Nuns and W W Shoe, part. : ;
\\'A TED.-Th't Mercnantt Transfer i south Address I. M, care Journal. : 20 unds.'granulated: sngar'I"57S Prop 579 S. business as D. W. Nims & m"w.J: ) :

14jan $L0O; :21! pounds) Y. C. sugar; $1.00 flied with the Board of
Lf. wants your moving and baultn?. I _ _ _ : I I )
A Miscellaneous : '20 pounds good rtc : $1.00, fancy coun-, I Commissioners for Escambla
uncage guaranteed.; T. B Tnor. I i5-ii-; SALE.-Full blood Barred Plymouth I
their for
fell, Prop Phone 978. ISJunelaa.K 1 Keck White Rock Fisher![ to"- syrup. pr gallon 33c Call and Florida. application !
NOTICE. LOST to Fell liquors. wines and beer
Fowels sc2 tis if you want choice meats acdgroceries. .
K & LTJAL. contracting painters Persons who left clothing with the:' Streigu and setting Brown of Leghorn(15) $100 For I f : Phone 718. Chickens and district 12 of said county DR.J.H.MOCKDENTAL IU l

II''d decorators. Fine arashiu; late \\'. J. Ale!, of the Gulf City Eggs per information adjress Plymouth : fresh eggs, country pork a specialty ,:STOLE from F:. G, : ; any citizen of such election

.n,.. tushmg Sign panting! a spe-; Steam and Dye ",works for repair. are! further Poultry' Farm. J. J Pope. Prop.,i, McDjnald Move 24janlTs) '* : deuce,. corner Bayjen may show cause, if any there t
,. Resider.e phone 24& nt.tifted to call on Geo Collins., at 14ft Rock ( Tnbuie bicycle.: Liberal the meeting of the Board to be SURGEON. f
29aujc
Box S. Bristol. Fla. 7janlm : FOR S.\LE.-It you have $8000 to Inr a
--- East Government Street and get II U retain. x"J. uesvons! a 1 Tutsdav, the 6 day of Fsb- ..
its
'\ "TED --All keepers or poultry to same Owners must pay' costs and r lest in a saw mill proi)o it:on worth :24janl! w. :: next. why such permit should Crown and Bridge Work a Specialty i

teed wheat. It is the cheapest feei rw>\e propertj'. G. O. Brosna 1am. FOR S\LE,-Barred Plymouth Rock IJlO.OOfj, wrIte Lock Box 26. DeF'uniakI grajted .\. M. McMillan. Painless Extracting of Teeth. .JI r

d,;:*e II makes hens lay. F. S.'n Jan. 21-9t* i Cockerels from prize winners. 51.00up ) I Spring. I'la This will stand tn "- -- -- ---- ---.- of the Board of County Comm 2&I/2 S. Palafox St.
: & Co. Phone 334. Large well marked. good blood.; closest m\esi'ation::: and the first man; By L. G Aymard D. C. 'I I S 7 and 9 Old Armory Building. :
J. H. Logan. Upholsterer ana' chairS. Also::: some good pullc's. Mrs Lizzie:i with the 'money gets it. No time to :: Phono 1077. .d..I@if: : :

i' gIN.: ED -.Ml) kinds of electrical Caner. Clocks repaired' Give me: B Hugh, Chip'ey.! Fla. Sldeclm: waste WIth agents or tr:flers. 24jan t _._ I I 1pt1; !
'Qrlt old chairs to caneAll wor{ IUSIC.-Arter the ---- ---- -- -- i : h'l:
1 sell all kinds of electrical ycur JI-OR I SALE-One No 3 A Eastmans .' ------- "------ ---------5--------- 1:
.. 206 Tarragona. street South half block 211 l.mltji number
guaranteed. .
accept
:
lea ani other electrical FORSAL
supplies. folding pocket koaak; a bargain Apply ,
w'':et! ou need me ring 343; or ?33:>>. S 21janl6f I I fronting toO feet on 13th street by I to E. L. Reese 124 S Palafox: on the followlnj $25 REWARD ml"'i"!
f T W Peake, new Star Laundry build CO, 107'i fet on Bay lew Park; also ': street. 5Jan Cello, Clarinet and all [LVA11SVILLLADTRR[ R'Rrt -
't!i F Garden. 13dec.A :. THE DAVIS) MANUFACTURING: south half of block 212.; .fronting 400 I meats ex:(pt slide !

wholesale and Wail manufacturers feet on lUn St., bj J31', _Test ,on ,Bay i FOR S.\LE.-One choice Mock on top teach at ppIis resld'ncps. : l
\ i ED.-A, R Bingham wants and dealers in jotton: mattress and l View Park. The only property adjoin.\ of the' ridge; east of the el cf ic : nished for all occasions el is.

r,,OUI,> moving end haulisg!! He gua bed springs Second hand furniture- ing Bar View Park that .is now Insale. ,. railway between 7th and 8th strests.'Nautre chestra; PI-ace: !leave: I -
all! breakage and sold, Upholstering an1 r beautiful down thu Music HO'ts{. or {
Phone_ 630:.__ bought ; The view 1' 'haa favored this section and it 1 Clutter _
\ '11 RT ROUSE pairing a .oped a.1t r. 114 E. Belmont bayou and down the bay can never be '1 cannot be duplicated A. V. Clubbs. manent aSdress. Navy 4: ;
DYEING
HDfi f'1 l anms Pr sslng St., clU'Co T Davis. Mgr obstructed A. V. Clubbs. SOjly cola, F'a! P F. Eblers, CHICAGO at
Club 118 N Palafox
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Mrs T, J. Daris. Prop. Your pat.'Qnit"r' -ITjanlm _. '! for the : l Rose- AUTOMOBILES. agent for 73:>> thousand '
,0irited: satisfaction guaranarefnl CUT Fr..OWERS.-Patte-rson's 'I t one with capacity ft. DANVILLE :
"'"" l' ) attention given ladies' count Gardens: of Montgomery', has : Pope Mfg.Co. andean They sell cost you less au'toj than;4 lumber; the other thlrtthousand . t'rt

Unnentt Phone 1222: !. Sdeclm placed an agency; in Pensacola, represented from $500.00 up I ipacity. Rates reasonable. TlephOle;
'v by Mis9 Bertie Smith. 616 N. horses to keep up Tney can be rug ror write J. A. Chaffin & Co.. )Milton Gulf Steamship t l
4TEHErerjbody to take ,dinner' i I Barcelona. Orders promptly filled for In sand or anywhere a horse can go.!1 Fla. 31declm VINCtMMEC # .D.l!
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___4.r ", Southern Hotel 9dec.,I ros s. carnations and a'l!) kinds of other Lesl'e! E. Brooks I STEAMER ,, ,!.D. :

QI' !II h.. I'bLIVERY-Haulins of all cut flowers. Phone 651. Odee: FOR SALE-one fine lisplay 'case; FOR' 'SALE-BeautJai: tlock In New : W. .:i. :SARrtOW, ii !r1J.t

A irtv solicited; moving of furniture 21 feet Ion?, 8 feet high and :3 feet City. Tract No. 312. For cash Sf0) FIRST-CLA. .I'AS.iJ:.'"' :; .ipI 1: U
..I' \ East hilt! Transfer Co. TAILORING: 'L. Diamond. Tailor. wide. Suitable for almost an>' kind : Apply l to A. M. McMillan. Ccurt Houaa. t! FREU-.4T .NASHVILLE/ 1


!S-Ii 14janlm I repaired Government'on short SL.notice.Pensacola.No.11t Fla.I t f S ;5) Ian:.,'S NORMANS PILLS.-Just received' :: PEN ACOLA. MOBILE., ." -r t'e; cf this tro' E2.iI'I I I td4\1:

West CA RABEl.l .
JUST RECEl\'ED-LarJe; shipment ol '55.600 Compound Cathartic For COLA.
FOR I j-Idea.. __ imported Olive OIL Retail by pint.i tale: at The :Alligator and Wet End DREWS. sheriff at De 'iniak Spring.. I4ia1IflrUd: J
RE.MTf
J2'.r; reward for the Child
I. SAILMAKER.J. gallon or larger quantity. G. Morasso t Sala-jns. iSnovizaFOR :
St. / : p
on, 'This' M-L'1
I all points )! Doigla woman
716 South I Co. ship chandlers an grocers. Tot ,And : nnrcc
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PORTER, fcallm; !\ker, A .)..
and
>R H ; Carrabe'le 1 him fron
[ : six- Wood kidnapped
tENT.newly papered Palafox. 4ocL 10 house, ,
Faiafor streeU Orders taken for South : SALE.- room corner SCHEDULE ir ..
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'nm \ otiage. fuo blocks eat; of L. stools and house r lot 3 blocks from Palafox. lot 96x: Fla on the! nIght of Septem THROUGHSERVICE .
Sundae
v -1, P '; on car lin:!. Apply J.1.. tents, awnings camp Sljan. FOR \LE-Onlv 4 young; Boat plga: ;f 132 car line. For' particulars In- Leave FeLiacoU: : : 1905) The child is C yean oil: VIA tft !
kt ..' cots. etc. Prices reasonable. aired by Duke ol: Florida 68923 out on I B for Mobile Ala 1 light: hair hu, upper fore pr A
ai" 111' phone_907.: __ISjanlw. : of Orphan Leo of Baltimore. SS544.Ml ; Quire of Standard .Clothing Co. 29Jaa. : 'Leate Pensxcola Tuesda I rotted off vv :'cnn: weirh; L. & N. E. &T. H. and C. & E. I. t "

fOR RENTElegant two story store guaranteed" with registrations and !.----r ""clean- old m. for St. Andiews. t'I 50 pounds. ery; "bright child. VutlbvI tf JIIr..." TrtlM Dilly fNASHVILLE \ li t..it
S.\L&-Xlce. 2
')On, Found pedegrees. Carl Sea rIlnd. Chjpley.Fla I FOR newspapers lacnlcola.CarrbelIe and ways dellveriw. TO CHICAGO tft
m new Star Laundry buildin cents a bundle This of. paid:: both 1.f .
at bYe I : SLEEPERS DAY COACHES .r.
r %6no\" polntsI DeFuniak-SDFInCS'FIa.. lo ad THROUGH ; ..
\otrtJen: street :%pply Walker In. I -.0- -S i to ..
CHICAGO
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: ftce 'additional : NEW ORLEAKt .1
''*: :an- Star 22dec few daYs *!*> a flurse For ,U the $2J reward. '
Laundry FOUND-A S J. K. .\ > OINIMQ CAM UlIY Ml AU. MEALS IN JKMJTIIWMVU4. / 1
Nice clean newspapers
tiil'f'and FOR SVLE- f> :
H. BIVQHAXt has storage room for containing checks paper Owner iu.meyf mar som redeem l for sale. Only 5c a bundle They I FOR SALE OR RENT-New. modern I I Eo R. COBB IL-A Father: DOUGLAS.of the chili LLSzLLMn'c&P.ALLROQU'k..Agt.!'.- T__ ,,.#,.J; {J.I .}-
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"> ultable! other two and two-story six-room: house, East Hill! Frt. and Pass. i
for furniture or at, this offlenJ. j make good wrapping paper,' are I Gen. DePunlakSprlags, Fla'.1 i- '
tt-. !04 and 106 South ,Tarragona sans' !by appblng '--ljaa just I the thing to put under matting. near :ears. A. C. Binkley. I 9jan I .Fensaco1l. Fla. .H''
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: PACE E1MHT. THE PENSACOtA JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY "MORNING JANUARY Z4 1'Ct"
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, tfiSiTIME[ ''Two CASES WERE IAU ERTISINGTHE I f: ,. McMillan Bros. Co.162k'i. I Protection- to a Man's: Most Sacred Interests,



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


!I BEFORE THE MARDI GRAS S ance. .' 5

t )jdjoe"whskey An Equitable '.Policy Protects


< MOBILE, ALABAMA.MARKETS. I Better see us about it todJ '.Tomorrow might to too late.


' MEN OF GOOD JUDGMENT COURTS R RATES[ Insurance, KnowlesUros.' 1 Gen'l AFire h

,, APPRECIATE HAVING A PAIR Life. PensacolJ8S
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OR TWO. OF EXTRA TROUSERS IwLfiiW J


: THEY ARE HANDY TO Mrs. Kate E. Fay Fined $250 for [Louisville and Nashville Doing Its ,meaning of I Naval Stores. ..

HAVE AROUND IN A DOZEN I. Share in Giving Publicity solid comfort Savannah Ga. Jan.. 23.-Tlie navl SS t- WAYS. THEY SAVE THE Selling Liquor on, Sunday- stores market closed! today as follows! : a ,
' WEAR OF THE PAIR THAT I I is the satisfaction: of knowing WW.. .. .. .... .. ....6 15 I i PENEJ.A.COX.A.

MATCHES THE COAT AND I She Pleaded Guilty. to the Event, that you're always getting the WG. .. .. .. ., _. ....... .6 10 I Works Supply c.o.1

-Si-t VEST AND GIVES SPICE TO ....-- best-that's "old! toe." a whiskey N.. ., .. .. .. .. .. .. ....5 75 Iron and \

YOUR APPEARANCE. most eyerybody'prerer M. .,. .. . .. .. ._ ... .. .a..a I| i ti Manufacturers and Repairers of jj
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Two casfs before the criminal The Louisville! and Nashville Railroad because it's uniform I K.. .. .; .. ..... ........491% I!, ,
were
r NOT NECESSARY TO PAY has commenced to'advertise the always that r.1 .. .. .... .. .. .......4 47kH MACHINERY AND BOILERS ;
S A BIG PRICE TO A TAILOR court yesterday for trial. The first Mardi Gras celebration in Pensacola pure-fine. and, ah I MILL AND STEAMSHIP SUPPLIES
I .. .. .. .. -. .....3T92& to. 00 FORGINGS $
FOR THEM. case to be called was that of Mrs/1 next month an has had printed hangers delicious flavor! G.. .. ., .. ......3 72!% to89:: S STEAMSHIP REPAIRS A SPECIALTY 2

OUR ETXRA TROUSERS Kate E. ?ay. who was charged with.I offering reduced rates to thisclty.at for. full measure-convenient 'package 'F.... ..... .. .. ..367to375 Prompt attention Riven; to all orders day: or eight. Agent t

ARE ALL OF THE NEWEST having sdd liquor on Sunday.?- ,This well as. Mobile and New Orleans moderate! -wld everywhere E.. _. .o. .. .... ..3 624 to370 j; for James McKsy & Co/s celebrated las and TMnber Doss, alaI /

, FABRICS AND STYLES AND case bad been before the court for the e'ent.Yesterday these were price D.. .. .. .. .. ..3,5n to:1: 65; t Chans of all descriptions. 5V

MODERATELY PRICED. I hangers '"b & b" atlanta C.. ...:j., .. ..3alto36O Office Phoni 123. PHIl. WITTMAN Mgi.t f t:
some time, but was postponed at eaci noticeable: about Pen acola.- and they. : Spirit Turpentine 63 i cents. Residence ,P' one 1029. P. 0. Box 123. *
term The defendant entered a pie have been likewise distributed at .;.
IL the umisville and ::,; w va as 3Wx \-s:w r>awua vA
$2.50 to $6.50. of guilt! to the chars? and was sentenced Nashville every station and on will be followed .later i iI Pensacnla-: Cotton Market.C. .

to pay a fine. of $2:>0.00 and with others of a sImilar. character. No : Gau.er Elmore, F-' O. B cotton -- --- H
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AND INTERMEDIATE PRICES costs of court, and in addition-sarve rate has jet been given but it will be I A GENTLEMAN'S TASTE IS BEST 'I broker, gi\es the following quotations t' ......... .. ................................ .
30 days the latter portion of the sentence the same as last jear. 7be'datea ot SUITED )"WITH A for Jai1I1:123: :
t : the sale are from February 21st to '" Good: Middling.. .. ... .... .. ...ln I
" Dting suspended upon Vondition and including trains before noon of Strict Middling. .. . ... --.11 I ItIfdling.
1 that she does- not again violate I the February 27. Tickets are good tor re CERTIFIED CHECK ( .ll'/ii I I AUSLEY 6 COMPANY !i

The John White Store law. turn until March 3, except that by! Strict Low Middhr:; .11 {I ,

Mxmroe OWMIS, charged with asatiU deposit and payment of 50 cents extension .: 50 CIGAR.' I..0\\' Middling! .. .. .. .. ..10 V. "
Specialist In Men'* IVacr, of limit be secured until Stains and tingfs !% to 1 cent lower.i
f and La-tery was tried by. a jury,and I may All the qualities of flavor,aroma
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2O5-2O7 Si Palalox Street. conv'cted! b ing sentenced to pay a : March 17, 1906. I color and goo a' material is Demand: light and business small. COMMISSION BROKERS, i

embodied in It...
Phone 225.COFFEE. fine of $25 ami costs. AUSLEY & CO.'S REPORTS
1 II WEST INTENDENCIA l STREET PENSACOLA FLA. !
:A number of casesvhere Informa- Greenhut & Co. !LNcrpool! Cotton 'Market. ,

I tion had been filed were set for trial. McDAVIDSpecial DISTRIBUTORS. Close .

f'r -- -- ---- -- --- ---- The session Monday? was a short)I! i I__, PENSACOLA., FLORIDA! Jan Feb.ar...Feb...................................._..H i Private Wires N. Y., N. 0,, and Chicago.COnONSIOCKSGRAINPROViSIONSand60NDSi. !
ona, bnt netted a neat sum for th! i I --- -- --:-- --- Mar.-April.. 6.19

i! count>". 'Four women, all charged ., to The Journal. I I.April,May.........CM: .
morning May-June......G.24 j
McDavirt. Jan. 23.-This : !
with selling malt liquors without. a broke fair and cold after a 'week ors SHIPPING NEWS : June-Jilr....... .........,... ASA
license, entered pleas cf guiltyand of cloudy' rainy and unsettled .1111,.-"'DJUSt .. 6. 7 .

were sentenced to pay fines of.$250'! 'II *eathe.Mr '. .A.l1ru'.Sept.fm ..'123SeptemberOctober : Bought and Sold on Margin or for Investment. ;
We are the Pioneer -- -- .!
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and costs each and serve thirty days : Archie Bowman, of Pensacola. Arrived; Oitober-Noreraber: ....5KoTember se

1 : Coffee Roasters of in jail, the latter 'portion of the. sentence spent Sunday with homefolks. 'and. Kirkswood, Br ss, Larson, 2095, Lon : .December .. 583DecemberJanuary Reference: First National and Peoples; Biaks Phone 1173 *
R. M. Bowman
Mr. and Mrs. '
: don. ..616
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West Florida.McHUGH'SBLENDS. being suspended. The women son*went: to Oak Grove Sunday to attend Cleared.S S Liverpool Spots 5.8: ... .+O........&............... o. ........... .
were Pauline Spencer, Mollie McCoY Brew ton-Agerton wedding.Mrlf" .
t Dunbamoor. Bras; Barton 2331., for ,
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Grandpa
Cora Pearland Kate Ford J Bowman and I
Hamburg with bunker coal.
New York Cotton Market.
f : still the sicItUst.rs. .
, ---- Dow man are on : for
Armenia. Nor bk. Mehom 1168
Open HIR Low C:ose .
H. T. Enterkin went to Cot- S
ACard. i Montevideo, with '71 .OOO s' ft lumber, ... 11.57 11.57 ll-O II.2S: Order 'Y'O'U.1-
This Is to certify that all druggistsare taga Hill Sunday to see Dr. Cat i S7.880 'pickets. February......,.. .
S authorized to refund )"Our'IIoney The i fisfeyearsold child of Mrs. Au- I Korano,' Aust ss. Randich. 2387 for Marck....*...,....1173 hiS 11.3n 1137 1- ICE COAL and WOOD
have no equal. A trial' if Foley's Honey and Tar fails to cure t nlla No'son (nee Enterkin) was burd.Ihere I Trieste. with 4,141 bbls rosin. April.............. .r... from: : the I

'will convince the con- your cough or cold.' It stops the at Raj's :Chapel cemetery.. Friday I VESSELS(' PORT. May.........,..... 1185 11.85 11.47 11,47 Consumers' Ice and Fuel Company.
cough, heals the lungs and prevents last. It was burned to death at their June.. ,
noisseur that we serious results from a cold. Cures la home n-ar Stockston. and was brougbt I Steamahlpe. July. 11.91 11.W 11,33 11.53 Offlt r-Corner Chase and Tarragona. Phone 259. jj

cough and.prevents' pneumoniaand back to the family graveyard for Antiqua. 3r ss Witten. 1875, Vera August.... .. '. ..... ----- _.
make no extravagant grippe Contains burial: I Cruz to master. beptnmber::::::::..:::: :::.: ::: :..:: .

I consumption. no opi- J. C. Gunter and grandson are In I Auguste Aust ss. Hreglich. 1777. OctoberNovember................. ..... ..... ..... .- --- --- ----- -- ,
claims. ates. The genuine\ In a yellow I Pensacola, attending court. Mr. Gun- New Orleans to Gulf Transit Co. .......... .... ..... ..... ..... .
w package.! Refuse druggist substitutes.and apothecary.ON W. A.D'AlembeiX ter hid bat luck last eek. The train I Dunbarm .n.. Br' ss, Barton, 2337 D oember................ .... .... .... '"'"
.1-' SL Ii;iEretria New York Spots, 12.25 -

. Wholesale and RetailGROCERS killed Mr. bs V,:'. favorite P. Bowman mule.and daughter. I Gulfport.Sh Br ss. ,...Mulcany'. :::255.I New VorK Stock Market.Open SHINGLES, SASH DOORS, WINDOW/ GLASS.

Mertia Lee, spent Suniay In Pensacola. I rpriess. '
. DUTCH WATERS. the guests of J. Williams. Exmoor, Br, ss, Stonehouse, 2997, Close BUILDING. MATERIAL.
-I t i Mobile. -', Southern Pacific............. 72>' '7i;
Miss Ola Lambert left Monday to enter
A. Jo rey AI... a C...l .nd th. school at Roberts. I Gamma, Dutch' Teensama, 1333:;, Copper...:Ill}) 110'i! Phone II. 'H. G. DeSIUVA & CO.Sucrene .
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and all kinds of Feed Scenery It Presents."I West Hartlepool to k rder. A- 8.R 11 %
r .Mrs. :Mabel Wafd was the guest of 'I > .AtoU. 94'> 9.14A ---- 1
I Stuffs.Pluto can think of no more reposeful Mrs. Jno. Williams on Sunday last. S Korana, Aust ss, Randie 1 14Nyassa. Jo 2387.' Gal- .B.... ITJ'i 170S
holiday" rays a writer "than to stepon Miss Mary Baggett, of Pensacola veston. B.B T. 90'. .
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board of one of those barges was in MrDavid Sunday.. I Biss, Baker, 1786, Vera & O -. H8 H5Bne .
wedged together la a Rotterdam canal The hard road is progressing nicely Cruz to F. O.How e &: Company. <9 4 49jC.F.I ,.
1 under Mr. Davis's cars, and we all Secunda Br ss, Donnelson. 1309, ;1112 !go ,
Water and, never lifting a flng r to alter the are ,
j9 Tenereiffe to The W.; S. Co: A
*aor toee It completed as It has Keys r U. 8. 4M4 44'i Money Saver
natural course of ents-to accelerateor been needed long time. 'citizens Tertia,. Ger ss' Martinson 1396, Las U.8.. preferred............. 112", mB : .
divert-be carried by it to, a The '
Palmes. .8._...... 38 85'! ,
llarlmgen, in Friesjand, between saY'1 of obligations Bogia] and to McDavid commissioner are under Queen Christina. Br: as., Brajce. %804, L.&: JfJ:..,...-,,. 153:*.; iw, Save. at the itart. keeps on avin .
Wholesale and Retail. many our
k meadows under the noses of great Hamburg' to OJ del'. : Lead.- .. 9j 9J C f
black and white cows, past herons fishIng Mr Stewart, for his. efforts to secure Venus, Br ss, Ddmunds 2017>West I.C 180 179 Horse i u.dattheumotim.cma1.csattrolln'! -
J and Letter
lorse. It'i
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Orleans it. Met ..... 12M: m4 It'i
New Co. in the rushes through little villages Hartlepool
1. Grocery j I :\Irs.nnie Hudson and baby have Can Pae. 175".4 177J4 i economical. It'i wholesome. Try it.Feed' .
with dazzling milk cans being scoured VIvina,-'pan as. Bustinza 1W3, Liv-
raturnei to Chiple\, after'a few .
weeks
N.T.O..V 154 i las?,
erpool to Gulf Transit Co. .
Jas. on the banks and the good wives washIng visit to her var 1ts.lr., and Mrs L. P.O ..). lOOJi( 101
: McHugh and the saturnine smokers in back! C. Brewton. 8hl i. R'DO:.. 164 131St. SOLD IN THIS CITY BY

It. Phone 1O5. Proprietor.VVOOO velvet slippers parsing the time of day, 'i Avon ltal ship, Avegno, '1601. Genoato .? .......................... J91' l9! F. S.* MELLEN & CO.qp"2.
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through big towns, by rows of somber j! Rosasco Bros. R.100". 2.\.4 21's III. -- JJ
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Casanova Ital 40 41%
houses.seen'. through a delicate screenof ,I bk Avegno, 1069 .
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T.p. X.. lee 119!
: ; leaves under low bridges crowded Genoa. -- ,
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with children through narrow locks.5ever Elvira. Port ship, Rodnques, J488. U:. P.- lat\ 1-16 is;*4,
All,kinds that you want. moving moving. slowly and sure I Lisbon to order. B. L. HALL & CO.
Ruby, Nor ,
Erikson. London
ship 1333
ly, sometime sailing, sometimes being Ausley &. I to Southern States Lumber Co. WILL SELL FOR SIXTY DAYS
towed, with the wide Dutch sky over.
OAK AND PINE ,, head and the plovers crying in it, and'I I _rKolo markets New York, Jan.: 23.-The English FOUR FULL QUARTS
were practically unchangedthis
I the clean west wind driving the wind Adele, Swed ,bk, Janse 596. Havana .--OF-..
! [ cheaper than you can buy mills, everything just as it was in 'i I I Armenia. Ncr bk. Nielson. llbS. ,I morning, cables stating that market -

: \i It anywhere. Any size you Rembrandt's day and just as it will be ARNFOLDAn 't Treen to McKenzie Oerting & Co. ; was very dull the talent waiting THE CROWN OF BALTIMORE PURE RYE WHISKEY-
Bauffshire. Ital bk March se. 88$ i
U: 'want. I I 600 :years h enCi!." the government report to V! issued -

t f 'I' ARROW Genoa Due to CaiginU master Itaf bk, Ohvari, 1252,I to-day' at 2 o'clock New York time. FOR $3.5O.

i :' E.i: G. SEWELL stroll The about Pari.the Jewelers.'To London. streets." I I CLBPBCO SURUVK.' CUAKTEK su... Genoa to,order.. I I The sentiment abroad has been rather Other brands at rock-bottom prices. You get your
15 cent each a for a quarter. Edna M. Smitu, Br bk, Rice, 736. .bullish! for some days on account of
Phone 674.Robbery says Harper's Weekly "Is a pastime; I I the order is received. Give trial
CLUETT. PEABODY&CO. Leitb,'to order. the activity of the Manchester goods same day us a
f In Paris it Is also an education I hardy Hatirt/C:*m.nd Mmarth SlniU spniDfrs -
Heratle Baker Hohr
t L. 720, Sugua
i' who have been persistent buyers order. B., L. HALL & CO., Quincy, Fla.
) understand bow an Englishmanafter .la GrandeKilleena.. 'of
both futures .
, 1 a walk: down the Avenue de'' '''. _h_, : Dan bk. Pedersen, 765, I 1, spinner of and the the contiu actual'nt ituff.The are -- -

1'Opera or the Boulevard des aliens Bahai. still' rather shy of present tallies and

and can bear to even glance at a Bond Numberg. Nor b!:. Birkson 1107,'were said to be better supplied witli READ THIS! ADVERTISEMENT.
street t's. To see what the Chustlan and to A.. :Zellus. 'the material I
jewel raw than were their En?-
French are doing In jewel work of every ; Paolino, Ital bk,' Lairaqua 12S6.'!lisle brothers -

'Exorbitant Prices ; kind is,to make one feel that Lon r SEEDS 11 Rotterdam Rosasco Bros. :' OUT markets were "very diijl)1 and
; Provtdenza, Ital bk. _Olrese. J1S5,
(tame and fluctuations ,
behind ; narrow
don is not merely a generation:! Ital very .
Tonlo. bk. Tonino 1032
Genoa.
but could not in a1 hundred ocntnriet Genoa to master : duria,; the early part of the ses* on,, rosrs AMouS
Are Cousins. some few weak holders: on both sides
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catch up. Pruno, Ital' ok, Gibelli. 1212, Art-
i _ WHIOSUCCEED S closing out their contracts for fear of
werp. to order. : the bureau effect and others being'I' OLD FASMIOND
;ti ,Soars da Costa. Port bk. Marnato'
fr.rred bj, the call for
, PREJUDICE OPPOSEDTO 661. Rio Janeno, to H. Baars ,& Co. t' more mar
ll There a right and legit! Venadis, Nor bk, Pettersen. Maran-. eral gins over the report. Brokers in Ftn-; WH 1s icA
I did not look for any radical
t-,_ mate price for e*erythln1?. REASON ban to order. I' change in values from it.but as .the e. _

: t Our prices are right. ;I Schooners. ''reports have been so uncertain ot
tt.r.\ Calumet, Am sch, Guptol 1094, Baltimore late thev took steps to protect"themselves FULL A LOGICAL APPEAL YOUR INTELLIGENCE.
; .When you buy here you i to order. ; 'should U a '
: / prove surprise
1,1; THAT IS A STATE OF AFFAIRS
"i. pay cash and thus save' D. H. Rivers Am sCh, Peck. 963, : Exporters and factors in both Now1; I Ii TQTS."OLD We believe ANY MAN will puaie lila purchase of
;: I WHICH HAS WITHHELD FULL When You Buy; Guantanamo to order. i Orleans and Galveston report the demand RYE" Whiskey through an intelligent. !regard for his health.

money because our MANY A Get the Best. William H. Yerkes. Am sch, Wade,I from abroad and from the ORAFULL We KNOW that ANY man is Too intelligent to buy imitation
FROM
JUSTICE ,
;l., prices for cash are 15 to I 1211, Norfolk.Fiesh American mills as being ,very heavy1 whiskey after he 'discovers he has been
DESERVING EFFORT. j I It's the Cheapest in the End. : but icry Mute offering _even at con-I 4 4'tricked." The crusade against! adulterated articles

. 20 and 25 p.,r cent lower Florida Eggs at }839 per I cessions on,the part of the bu>.ers. Reports T-QTS.: oft d and drink has been so pronounced that the 4

I T1 than credit houses. Our I ease; fr-Mi Tennessee at $6.90'p*r from all cotton states report "OLDCORJT buyer has learned the importance of investigating':
case. : that no cotton is left 'to sell and if'I THOROUGHLY before accepting the claim of any
; thousands: of customers Prejudice alone is re'-ponsiblg for I want it WHISKEY I dealer. We CHU.IBXGB investigation. You can't
Another shipment of tboaj famous exporter they must look tot 1
I the old proverb which says "('omparisons iandreth's be too critical to suit Our Famous OldfashionedWhiskies
: us.
:r" know It. Others In justice FisheU White Plymouth Rock Cockerels .: the ports and large centers for what!II Express' Prepaid of cntici
are odious," but to such'\ popple for breeders.: they need. We know of several promInent to any are far removed from the possibility -
; their should \ S point in the mj They are as pure a. Kature's own Ingredient can
to purses "' to conviction : New Orleans factors )
nwa we ,
as are >;? open ED. M. POOLBY.Who'esa'e who have south read make them and TRULY AGED by TIME. They are MetUJWt'
):it. know it. Our $10.00 and I wish' to call! attention to a comparison Commission Dealer., ( been buying cotton all through the'present I by Sou. or PU.ATABLK.l1EDltl'fALLV: : PORE No" household.!hou d All be

; : I which! .should not ba odious to!( I Phone 1121.. 917 E. Jackson St.' season and storing in warehouses AdaJllJuu, with"ut Bank and theUL Com Shipped Agencies in and plain Cxpr unmarked.=>a Co.'a t"l1dol'packages.v_ Oulabcoiue
1":\ $1200 Suits will prove Itso any loral southerner. / New Crop 24jan2t ana'! the same reports state reliabJlty i,-hoasebol4: word. Remit by zpreso: >

, : will our Craves tte I At Macon, Ga.. the Acme Brew ins" I that this cotton Is. not for sale at 3.40 P.O Monty Order or Exchange' current'i&ttr&rTHE In Atlanta..
Au-ialorot"T'ma1tr.a 'nsTient
pc
Co. has installed. brewry and produced -, | present.
::7 Coats at U!.50 and $13.50 \ a laser which has stood a strict ""H "' .."tr. ff !-iI a t| Mr. Price's estimate on the governmeat's ;- ft. M. ROSE COMPANY, ATLANTA, GA.

;j; Regent Shoes 350. Stetson comparison with other products famous -! Just Received. 'TERSELY TOLD s report seems to have been as
throughout the country as its rank. BUSINESS LOCALS. faulty 33 "were his former estimatesof
/ ; Derbies at 350. ing beers. It did more than stand 10,750.000 to 1,000,000 bales. The

: Ii compared for in the verdict of emnent !- 'l i'.H .>>.I1t talent had made up their minds the
northern chemists it surpassed .- report was sure to be bullish and, --=-'
; McKlnzle Oerting ft: Co.. wholual wten the figures! 9,998,100.were --- --
,:f! its competitors in all those qualities, posted -
ikr-" which 'make a perfect healthful and reta4 ship chandlers and croceri, there was a nub to sell -which whole of the present crop and 10- CREW NOTICE
ro to ""
I II' beer. W. A. D'Alemberte the oaly flrst hi
H 0. ANSON in Pensacola FalrvrVes to alL of 25 points was reached. at cnsumptlon means nothing? f ers nor consignees cf '
And of southern '
y'et.many our people !
be
: ,loyal In all except an established aDd Apothecary then ,abort covering and buYing by a short of famine It will undoubtedly I 4} Br. ss Holmes.de.sponslble will
Druggist THOMPSON has Cestrst'ed
' C. V. Jnst opentd I prominent New Orleans bull stoppedthe increase the already' heavy short interest for debts .
prejudice have failed! to'
give 'full
CASH ClOTHIER, justice io the high and worthy efforts Telephone IDS. fresh line of beautiful box paper. downward course. and prices 'and we think, will encourage, by the crew of 53.ld"
I' of the suitable for Christmas presents. Alto steadied atown. We do not for a moment more buying by the spinners. We I SE.1. .
: Acme Brewing Co. in
t! Corner Palafox and Main. with patronage taeir appreciating product 121 Sooth Palifoi Street. crepe papers. Passepartout picture think when the report is properly hardly expect, Liverpool\ to take this P. F. UICuaslgnees. ,

" :. "American Queen" Beer. binding purses, Christmas cards.'etc.{ digested that It will be consider- report seriously; d consHe 'cotton a i ii HYER BROS Capli11

" S.f 19dec.: e-\ 'bearish, it practically means. the|..splendid1 i purchae5on this 'de- Une. .
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