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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 25, 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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PEN SACOLA,- FLORIDA MORNING 4
THURSDAY JANUARY 25, 1906. "
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TERRIBLE LOSS OF .LIFE [WILL OF : MARSHALL FIELD INSURGENTS ARE J |1




( ON STEAMER VALENCIA j WAS' 'FILED FOR PROBATE ROUTED IN HOUSE JI




j131rlk of Immense Estate Left to His Only

STRIKE[ OFNEGRO.s Liveliest Legislative Battle of.Ses 1

It least 50 Persons Drowned in tr SQJI Who Died on November sion= Over Statehood l

'IMANY MAY BE SAVED # THE PRESIDENT ,
Attempt to Load the BY BREECHES BUOY Measure.
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q1'icto,ta' Jan. 24.-Messages requesting By Associated presi. be kept intact until) one of tha son

: that a boat with coal %: DEFENDED BY Chicago Jan. 24.-The will of the I of Marshall Field! Jr., shall reach the I JOINT STATEHOOD .i

oil and other suppl.es be sent to # late 'MarsaalliField was filed for probat3 age of fifty >ear& t Jtt
DECKS SUBMERGED # render assistance has been receivV The Hrgr'st single! l bequest is for STill ONi 'jIJ
ed late toda>'. Specific bequests! are i
at i1amft 1<1. \* eight millions to be'1t-;.ed as an endow-(
Latest adtices say the surviv- v'* made to aggregate! $23,568,000'and the ment and building fund for the Field
,' orst Darlington report that i?! lODGE E remainder i l of the ,estate Is.laft in trust Columbia Museum i For Arizona and New Mexico and

Inroll fling Sea' Washed Clear Over ..- there still remain! some alive on # for his soo.' Iarshall Field Jr., who The wJow| is given;one million, and 1
I':.4 the Valencia.! -.tt dial No\oniber 27, and his! %descen- tothedaugMer' Mrs. Beattie Leaming; Revolted Again After Agreeing to Oklahoma and Indian Ter. ': l

the Main Deck. Those on th? snip are prepar- -X- dants. ton, of England one million is left T'
1'*. 01, it 's said to fire a line ashore I I The principal residuary estate Is toWORLD'S'AU.TO in trust. Work Under New White Su .
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-- as so.':i as rescuer are ready to Claims Roosevelt Acted Right in SPEAKER CANNON AND HIS OR. 1i
I ?.J fasten it to the side of the cliff :

LAST ADVICES SAY ALL PASSEN-: for a breeches buoy support. Morocco and d San Domingo RECORD FOR perintendent.By p GANIZATION NOW IN COMPLETE :
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This tugs result in the rescue of =. m
CERS AND CREW PREVIOUSLY of CONTROL AND ADMJNISTRATION <
many those thought ''ost. i5
Affairs. FIVE MILES-IS Associated Press. 11
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REPORTED ABOARD THE WRECK PLAN HAS BEEN ADOPTED-
i }H Talladega, Ala. Jan. 24.-The student

HAVE PERISHED-ASSOCIATED It strike at the Talladega collegefor GALLERIES PACKED WITH INTERESTED .
By Associated Press. DAY'S TOURNAMENT AT ORMOND-DAYTONA MARKED BY -
PRESS CORRESPONDENT AT Washington. Jan. 24.-Senator Lodge : nerues broke out anew today. It LISTENERS. 111'j
: to-daj presented in the FAST TIME AND MORE OR LESS SERIOUS ACCIDENTS TO is said that at a conference of the fac- .
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THE SCENE ON RELIEF STEAM! YOUNG MAN N SHOT senate his
views on the policy of the administer THREE RACING CARS. ulty and students It was agreed that

IR. Hon in the matter of the Algiers Mr. Parks should remain superintendent Washington. Jan. :24! -When ths
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conference over :Monocco and aUo t -- of the farm but when it came to smoke of the liveliest legislative bat: | i
wits rererenc3 to Santo Domingo He By Associated Press. i In the heavy weight class every car I
putting this in writing to be issued tie of the session had cleared in
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AND defended the course of the president I Ormoal J .n. 24.-The Ormond-Day that finished went under, the form?f '
By Associated Press. KILLED AT in both instances contending that our world's tecord Lancai went over the'! a circular, the students again revolted house today Speaker Cannon and hfa

r', ?na. B. C Jan. 24.-A corres representation at the Morrocan joa- tona second dan event of the auto I course in Z:54 3.5. j and resolutely refused to work under !organization was in complete control -If'

pend(tt'II, of the Associated Press,I ference was essential to the protectn tournant'ntVas marked b>' the' establishment -I The rule mlddl-weight champion' Mr. Parks. President Nice broke off and the joint statehood program; oC '

al' era he steamer Sahor, has'wired, of American commercial interests and of a new and extraordi- ship was won by Cedrino. time relations with them and as matters I the adnnn'stration had been adopted. ".I
', that only by the course pursue in nary w o-i's record for five miles: and!'. 3:533;) !
ni Itamfteld as followsTbe: FL ORALA Santo Domingo could nation, I now stand disruption of the school Fortj-three republican "insurgents"went .
foreign more or le.s serious accidents to three j The five mile! heav>'-weigh championship ; '"
aim Valencia was located bj theM ia\l' been prevented from seizing: : :the racing cars.McDonald's. for gasoline cars only was,, may result. It is reported on the down In defeat, having voted

I' dim) Queen at 3 o'clock this morn ?.1;.toms of that country anc1 'c'Curill<; record of 3J7: for five I t won bv Rarp time 2:56. streets that there is a rupture in the vainly with the democrats to gain coii- y tb .

't&n pont: Klanaway, about five a JK: sition there which aright threaten miles *'as reduced by Marriott in a j The five mil open championship I faculty, out this is denied by the Ares trot of the rule the terms of which, f i
the! appioaches to the Panama canal ''little steamer, to 2:47.15.PITCHED won '4, Lancai.. time 3:01: Id nt and others. Dr, Cooper. one of the statehood bill in
'" r :!om Cape Beal. The Tug Czar i was y -4' I were to govern i ;
Son of Dr. R.. L Miller Shot b by y )ir. Teller made, a brief speea in the officers of the American! Missionary -'I it's passage through the hou* The 5#
"II m to investigate and reported sl1,[port of the senate's prero: hive iu Society ij expected here tomor-= '
was ordering the previous '
earner was ashore, stern first I Negro Porter of the Lake treaty making and )Ir. Money gave I COMPRIiSS PLANTGOES row. It is not known what course h3 I I VOte on tae rule' was 19: ayes to question 1 3najs. '.
BATTL& .
notice of a speech to'mQrroCANN01" will .
at", a r decks swept clear with the pursue.TEMPETOE This clearly defeated the oj>- '

?',-pi,ion of a small part of the deck View HoteJ. f : position, the full strength of which "

I' ., ,it' and two masts standing. No ATTEND BETWEEN $1JNESE UP IN SMOKE was poled! and little interest was taken .Yo
on the vote for the adoption! of th,: )
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In the II Saeciai to The Journal. tt.., :
MM: rigging of the foremast WHITE SCHOOL! J ,I r and carried by a majority of thirt). 1 1
,.- what the captain of the tug took Flprala, AlaJan, 24.-Grady )1I11r, By Associated- Press. By Associated Press. The rule adopted provides that the .1 r

'I Ita signal, although be was unati son of Dr K. I*. Miller, was shot and New York Jan 24.-A score of Norfolk! Jan. '24-The International bill ,granting statehood to Oklahoma '

to say .whether it was a piece of killed here tonight ,by the negro port I China t'n engaged' in Ii revolver battle Compress Company's plant at Elizabeth and Indian Territory as ".Oklahoma"o".t
By Associated Press.Columb'a //10' thn of Chinatown today, LOWEST OF and Arizona and New :Mexico as 'Arizona" -
'ail or a human being er of the Lake View hotel l, street River was destroyed by fire today
clinging to I' '
S. Cv Jan. 24.-The children should be debated till three ..W-r
't. re6tng The cauof th!',deed is" not 1 nown.: of Buck Roller: a farmer of Marl- which rs !ilred" in'the"de", h of two ,. entailing a.l. l loss.-t>f ,one, hundred o'clock tomorrow and then voted on

v.irrom( Beale say that fifteen The ae.,';ro was captured soon after j bore county wvre recently excluded Chinamen! the mortalJ'oundng: of a thousand dollars. The body of Jacob without opportunity: for 'amendment '

mm ha\. arrive*.. one of whom is the tragedy I I from- the Edgewood school on the third anl the serious injury of a fourth! Jacobs a laborer was found in the Previous, to the voi* debate on the t.

..h.' boa's.'am and the others sailors 't prminj toat they have negro blood in comba'ant.: The battle was betweenthe ruins !'ale tOlla)'. SEASON rule preceded tinder" high tension.
their veus. An appeal was made bj members of two rival societies, Spe 'ch':s were short but the words nt-
i'n'' "' : I; The Including'a large
/ort d passenger list of ninety Roller through counsel; 1 to the; county j-rojiertv tsred we(1 hot and full of sting' Everymember !
.. t I th? Hip Sings and On Longs. t. i amount ot'cotton, valuedat three mil.
": n.i l HOTEIPROPERTY ; ''
A irew of sixty and sail ( board of education which after hear aho couH ire brought to t the
't IMI ii".' left the t NATIONAL lion dollars was taratimi, but was ItlJ
ship >esterdavHOIu.c ing the testimony and arguments in city by special summons was in his
'I' j saved by the efforts of t the firemen.
; > about ,
one hundred sustained action1 of the place ifThe
J persons the case, the CONVENTION OF THE \4- Yesterday Was Coldest Day to Be i galleries were packed and \
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aboard a large percentage of local trustees. ,. participated with evident relish in a
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'* -.11I10'1'i, women and children. Two SEA:'ISLAND GROWERS SAN AUGUSTINE TEX.SUFFERS succession of l laughter and applause.Veterans
r+larH'rp( I BIG FIRE Experienced in Pensacola t
smashea' alongside aud Payne, Dalzell and Oresvenor ifl
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.' o"I'ltpanlS drowned Distinguished Woman Dead. By Associated'Press. 't j
upheld the organization. Billed
-- Toronto, Januarv/24: .-Mrs. RebeoraWasar Atlanta Jan. 24-President Hirv.p -', This Year. against them were the leader I of the :
| AWFUL STORY OF THE died here yesterday, aced J 104rars Jordan, of the Southern Cotton Crsera Houston. Texas Jan.>.2t.-be busl- insurgents, Messrs. Babcock and M9n- t..!
of Hum fleas section of San Augustine. Texas.
She daughter
\ was a
Association; has called conventiono dell and Jones, of Washington.
a *
WRECK OF i il
VALENCIA phrey :May. who married Sarah Madison was -burned today with a loss of one Ii
'. SOlD I I daughter; of Pres.rfent Madison of the_ Sea Island Cotton Association hundred thousand doUars! partly in- Tne unusual severity of the weather! 1t1'MUlORY
,
\ or*. B r. Ian 24.-The stcamalenua the Unitel! States, Valdosta, on February 8, surelWIILX prevailing in Pensacola during the
\ Captain Johnson of tilt I I I past two days, has caused the coal

l'a11-. ('oast SteanT-jip? Company '- { dealers countenance to assume a most ON THE I

,* ii st passengers on board ana i I I II : I' genial expression, and has made the
"' ''If 60 was wrecker' to eastward I I II 'poor I : fellow without an overcoat wonder -
< i ap+. Reale on Vancouver island Henry and J J. Whiting Hyer Pu ,J V 1 i, what became of his last summer'sr


""'as't t a in hl'alos.the earlynsorning-, of life', greater of Tuesday than chase {It t for $12,000 from i, I/7 t wages The ::sual conditions that acoom- SENATE NAVALCOMMITTEE I

''a '>r any disaster that has occuiti'l i! pany :such a fall of the temperature,

!""'4 were since the terrible loot F. F. Bingham. J i! such a. 1> irsted water pipes, etc., di.l
'I t. following the collision! of the shin: I (5/i : not fail lo appear and mall places

Orpheus with the steamer l Pacific :'throughout the city were "froze uP"

"nen en route from Victoria to Port 1 and cut 'off from their water supply.
deal wi.iclosea
Another big real estate ; '
landTh during the early morning hours Ii
when the Natlonsl'hotel '
survivors who have reached yesterday, : j The thermometer: hag taken, in the
''3""P Beale the boatnain.nd five 1 Property} ., at Nos' 120 and 122 1 past fw davsthe t remarkable fall of .

amen sent to secure assistance ia East Guv'eminent street, was purchased 4 di |140 degr,s. the minimum being reach

*cue' !Iast of the:30 steamers persons boats were, report drowned ths.t,j I f by henry and J. Whiting Hjer. the thcjconsideration f6 ;. i's ll"d :yesterda n ihe'mercury morning touched at 29'7 degrees.A o'clock., Florida Senator Placed on,One of

fc as shown by |
ngfclde of the steamer when bolts few of the lowest temperatures
wailed with women and children II records being $12000 The property|t reached throughout tile country areas the Most Important Committees'of t .

smashed against the vessel when tov- was owned by F F. tfiighani. :; follows: Lander degree, DavfDI )

.r.,1 Persons were hud Jed on the Some time since Mr. Bingnam pun. port 6, Huron{ Marquette 6, St. Paul Senate. :

falonn then dwk of the steamer' which was!!chased the property which. is 'con.j ii l.|" 6, with several other points equally as m
panty submerged with the inrnll lo\\ i iida
Ins sea washing over the main decn ''ered very valuable on account ot its : Senator Stephen R Mallory, of Flor. '
Observer Reed in hi, of
A southeast gale was blow ins' with location and the fact tnafa a three:;'(}t\" j, conditions summary, !,: was yesterday honored In the *en- :!i't
weather yesterday said
the bind whistling through the co-d' building occupies the site, trom the,! I i I "The feature of this : '! ate by being given one of the most ft1
NO ci minani morn
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are of the ; important committee: assignments of tf..
!'f, wrecked vessel' at a veto'-! heirs of :Mrsi Jfoffeilef and aiace that I ing's weather map is a rldg3 of high | of fl.?.
of over forty miles an hour, an.1I the senate_ that a member of the
high sea. time11': Bingham has rented the, /w j I pressure covering Texas the Mississippi tl naval committee ft '.
was beating against the
1 Valley and the western Lake Region:
JflJ'' sending spume huh over it and building tn various! parties. 1Y0 2rtiir : The appointments were made rea- nI "
I with abnormally high in all
huge seas pounded on the deck, Whether or not the building\ will beimproved I i'other sections of the pressure The I terday morning and it was only a short r1.
ttfatening country. while afterwards that telegrams bear- "
break the wieck.
tp up has not been announced ; cold wave has advance.] to the Atlantic -'
t"nl."s the several steamers which Q in; the ,:ood news reached Peneacola
ha. e been hurried to the assistance! f i, states, although temperatures along" from parties who are In Washington;
01 he wrecked vessel arrive in'mie A SS t YOR, Y RESIN : the Atlantic coast ae still above Everyone was pleased when they
can LITTLE GIRL I II r r Sir'RpSr' i i
1 freezing It I is! generally warmer west
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to save those who remain on thewrsek. H |* heard of the appointment, especially #
ii in doubtful if any 'of them' I CKAI k. Cr i of the Mississippi: river Tie coldest : as P-n>u"ola Is interested! to a greatextent :
*"II''' reach shore, for a tau fng In..I BADLY BURNED !f T is s:x degrees below zero in North: I*: ii: the! navy and in his new po*.

arch' a place is extremely difficult if, Dakota. Ition Senitor Mallory will be enabled +};
11' all) nossib'eh !' 1 The iain= advanced to the Atlantic ,'to render more valuable assistancetnan
I l lI lt : Mates end have ended, in Ma
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Valencia I
the
mailed from San Franf WHILE, + I !fn past.'CHRIST
*"q on her second trip to Victoria, CLOTHING CAUGHT FIRE | sacntisets and southern Florida Rain 1
has alsi fallen during Jh_
'PJllal'in the I pan twelve
recently disabled steam MATCHES
PLAYING WITH hours in'fhe north Pacific 1'
in of Pueblo\ at 11 a. m.. on SaL states SnowIs' CHURCH
I I ux.. ThiK was the-- oul)' clear 11.1..'.I YESTERDAY lalliag. !In western New York |I
*:"i from Saturday Captain T! Con'dttlas) are favorable for fats!
evening
BENEFIT CONCERT
'"nson: and his officers, had to naM-- ''and'conynuei: cold tonight with host I

+<.. b* means of dead r<'Ckonln',,:. and temnerature again in the nemhI .
N' '"'"">;;:; the entrance to the straits While ;baying with matches jester-at'' i_ I I i'borhood of freezing: Thursday. fair. The cold weather and the brilliant
'"' weather the da,>' ir.o-nitiR in one of the rooms i Light northeast ta north winds." .. .
was very thick, and the counter attraction! Tuesday night t.
efln-prji! the home rf her parent, between ,
rhonghi they were in the vicmot the little J f r might have b-en txpec; !ed to iptvferamaterially t.'
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IT o'clock '
the ITmatilla'reef near hour, of hand t !9 WHEELER'S CONDITION !
lightship 55 with any concert But the:
daughter
( *;i- Flattery, which has a good fog three an 1 ott half year old NOT SO FAVORABLE j.1
'at 320 \\ In, program and names of the pTformersafacted : :
: residing
al1lIa: on board. ob- of S. Klorzkorr
had
Having no
y
and at an apor ciative audience to
'P a'tons, an:)' unable to make out trndencia street wa 'painful1. I' Associated Press. 4
'N. be enousl burii-J., I'I'"f By I.tbrary'lial! Tuesday night to.hear
to
thought
't't position in the thick wt'ath.llllUdln'i first New York, 24 TJie condition of
lower or the bo1>', iJtt an. Mr. M Paul Jones and Miss MildmlI .
J fathoms were taken, showing! thirty about The the child's dress par,,CMiKht fir:% and 4'T..b : ;, General Joseph Wheeler, who is JHj I Anderson's concert for the benefit of

'he> of water. Immediately after of flamebefora the littler N'J' ,.- of ; j.with pneumonia at the hom$. of his Christ Church Sunday school, making! I"
j men with the lead lines reported was a mass "t' "
In Brooklyn, was not so favorable -,
I I the '. sister what one of the "stars" declared was ;J
faThoms. struck: one was d'scovered.! and: t .J Ll .''' I
yi'x the steamer Io .
lioJ
*&a ins! some reefs off 'shore with a clothin,; "tfngt1l heds soon: as'possible ," v 4-- -- I I th's! evening ,- .i.iI I "Th! most" comfortable kind of an auj !-
and j dience.
soured JI
sock -dlcal aid was I
which woke all on board. I r'if tiP-
Tee nud h as comfortable I New York Cotton Futures., Ii i MU Margaret JIaclay, Mi- ,
reef steamer did not run upon the.the little: one was would p.rmit.Yhvsicit i New York J..n. 24-: Cotton futures J I Beatrice \\'ht: ?. Mr. ..... Al: Brooks; and.
and was at once backed awjy. as the circumstances LITTLE WILLIE HKAH3 THE OLD MAN TELL OF HOW HC WON OVER 1ALFOF{ THE BAT. i 11ti* con'rlbuted
beautiI
: think stud 11.25 February '! lk.rnJpr.c.n -
till pot January
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*! attendance opened )
u went Into deep J water she begin +iH In vI ll t wr.a' ; !. TI.ES ix Tin' \VAii. HOW. THE, UO:;Slia A LI*-FEAK: HIM HOW THE BUSINESS] MEN ALL RUN TO HIM 1130 bid March 1U8; May 1151.J I tat numbers as did Mr Jones and E r
io fill. the with the rok the a'cilpllt | nyii ..j
l. impact! FOR AD\.ICk-.UE. UTILE WILLIE .THROUGH OLD MAX HAS all! of which .. I'
-- though fd" caild: Is !n'a seriou* cond.I -, CANNOT GET IT HIS HEAD WHY HIS July 11.38ugust 11.40; October Miss Anderson, were ::1
-- EVER BEEN TO FILL MAYOR'S OR I n e1v6tL
I tion. OVERLOOKED EITHER THE PRESIDENTIAL CHAIR. 1071. I ,
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A MISTAKE. Quotations ''--" VaSE GIRL.lr .
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jcu poet the ledger Mr. S THE WOOLLY WEST..": :- It" .-- us" went bad tqoight. What wag' -the ..**!4TI.e girl stood oo the burning deck C
matter? V- '. But l The New Book-kteper-I tried to bat 1 Are they ?
Stage Director: -They stuck wreck-
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I A I USYSBSSION.OF: .MERWflYvI 4;J:;

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: THE CITY COUNCILTwo {

; ;0: j. Thousands who have had their health ruined by Mercury testify .that it }
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ii'I : makes wrecks instead of cures in the treatment of Contagious BJooJLPoison. 't1

/ ; J;:.: : Ordinances Were r ; Passed and,''Many New{ Ones Were Intro- While is left off it may the trouble mask: the returns disease with in the renewed system violence for awhile.combined_with.treatment the 'disastrous .

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$ duced-Board He l IthWants- Dairies Removed effects of this powerful min ,
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Al r eral. Mercury, and Potash which is. I suffered greatly from Contagion 1

) I also a common treatment for Conta- I consulted phystcians f:
l; : : From the City"'l: whoprwrf&d Mercury. Nothing did '
;; : I gious Blood Poison, eat out the lining me any rood-in fact the treatment .,
; proved more harmful than beneaniaL
of
,.. ... "" : : I I i the stomach and bowels, produce fdeud told me that S. S. S. had ear- -t
.. p COUNCIL WILI.HEREAFTER HOLD! prepared a 'report, l inasmuch' as he' chronic dyspepsia, cause the teeth to talnly cured him and I imm diat lr t

" ':" .. .'.' i : j bad, seen a rough draft of it. decay, make spongy, tender gums, commenced i CQaL& flad its :sr.d: In of the short di=:.11.* .

: ?:MEETINGS''EACH: MONTH, Street1 I affect the bones and muscles,and leave This was twoyearsago,and I can truth ,t
<5 "'* *" Sweeping Tully say I atn entirely cured .
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'' its victims *\h'sicalreck e>
't'il':7 : j. -OWITNG TO "'MANY MATTERS The street sweeping as is'now being. complete Bowling Green,Ky. D. M.SA3T DEXLB.

:f ;__.. cone, then came in for : iliscuosion.Aldermen ;: .: Another effect of this treatment is i

krtc. 1t'WHICH A.R'E NOW COMING UP D'AlemherteaiM f .. Wright; mercurial Rheumatism: the worst and most hopeless form of this disease. 1

;I <:: Lought up the qu'stlonBoth!. thought There is but one certain, reliable antidote f this destructive poison, and that q.

:-:.:c i''" ','I'f. .r .,FOR., CONSIDERATION. that a report should have been mad: is S. S. 13.It is the, only medicine that is able 'to go into the blood and '

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: upon the matter, Ini3much. .i..ti1e matter cure the disease permane t1.>:. S. S. S. does not 11

was brought at a previous meeting hide or cover-up ;Anything;; but so completely '

s' and referred to the mayor drives out the that of if l'
poison no signs
.. The regular monthly session of the The s.s.s. are ever
mayor stated that he had mis- seen again. S. S. S. is made entirely of roots .
<9'I.J 4F 'b ; City Council was held last night. understood' the ,
matter but had instructed
4 herbs and barks and while '
curing Contagious
... ; Mayor{ Bliss presiding and Aldermen the street
Cahn Christie: D'Alemberte IcHugh.i superintendent to PURELY VEGETABLE. Poison will drive out the effects of
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ks look after ihe streets, and when he any
\ / c( ; i iMnldon. Rellly, Watson, ,TiVrrsal and fcund that they were not properly mineral treatment. We offer a reward of$,000 'Ii
I for proof that S. S. S. ntains of mineral of
,.; Yonge present. cleaned to take his force and clean a particle any kind. Book with
I Alter the reading of the minutes' instructions for self-treatment and medical advice wished furnished
'... ( "fJ> 'r4 them, charging the cost to the con any "
'. \\ ,\ t) tt.. [ two recommendations were rear; from tractor. The fact that the street without charge. THC SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., ATLANTA, CA. 4(

.. .. \\ the mayor. The first was that iVre-;| sprinkler! had been 'going over the 1

' ; .. ,, ... 'If $:-. t after two meetings be held each ;I( streets at a late 'hour, had'in some I --- --- -- ---------- .J'..
'.. ,\ ...\.\ .. (month owing'to the large amount of :i respects, prevented good work being I ;
,. ., j business. This was adopted. : done. I + +++.+...+"...... ......+.+.++...++..+++.*.+..+..:
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.. Alderman Muldon said that if the
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1 and that the al of The Supreme Court
requesting
' :\ I> ? { work as specifier in the contract that
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[ toy pistols
q' .. the city could 'get some one else. : .
crackers and bombs of certain kinds
1 j Carnival Gsts. $500.00. The wife is the supreme court of the happy household'. Her decision : 1
be not allowed to be sold. The
matter
is final. Her judgment l is faultless. Sho weihs merit and find
1.f was referred to a special commit- President Walker In raham, of the : in .. .$
accordance with it.
i I t tee: Carnival Association appeared and -. I

' .... i'; The application of A. K. Johnson to t asked for an appropriation of $:;OO.tfJ : THE POPULAR GROCER IS ALWAYS WILLING t. ,'t
to be used for
be refunded: a portion of a license lighting purposes upon .
i which he had paid was brought up 01 the night of the parade. The reo.uestvra's 2 to have her sit on its case-to Land down an opinion as to the merits :

:' a report from the finance committee, referred tAthe hnance committee of this establishment. The popular grocer's pure, fresh foods policy : if'

T : .... n-cimmending that it, be not all-.weu. with power to act. : appeals to her its prompt delivery and its push and progress keeps t

:. : ,( recommendation1"was adopt**!. The application a number of her in touch with all the new creations! cf the -food makers. For f!<

.:.\..., .,.'. ..1" :. I -An: appropriation of $800,00V.HI Gypsies for a reduction in their license : these reasons the Pensacola woman has decreed there is no food : ;:

made' with which' tb''meet one-half of was denifd. store quite so good as that of the popular grocer. j

the' indebtedness of the relief committee The mayor reported that with one .

t : incurred during the yellow)) fever, exception, he had been unable to obtain : :'

'the county commissioners; paying me"other any satisfaction from those who : 14WGiirden'LAZJACOBYThePoPul.r
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half. Appropriations of $500.00' had leased the Muscogee wharf boom.

_. for incidentals and $100.00 for transportation The matter was referred to the :.......................H44..4..........44$4.......;
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O __ finance committee. t
of paupers were also -nade.

For Expert Watch Repairing and Petitions from 'Labor Unions.A C
CAVE Or'THE WINDS. .Comptroller's Report. I

Engraving;, go 'to F McDAVID II The report of the comptroller! was communication was read by \herman New F
The VUlon Carved laStaRe_ UnAe* D'Alemberte signed ;Jas. M. John CropbaneSyrup
lt.. Hula of Dakota. submitted as follows: son. C. E. Shackelford and W. A.
F. DAVIS the I
J. Jeweler special to The Journal. The great wind cave has the form of P"usa"ola. Fla..Jan. 2.. 1906.t Watts, accompanying which were petitions -

213 South Palafox Street. McDavid, Jan.-24.:-Our little town is an eight story house, each story, or I t To the ftarola.Hon. Mayor., and Council.C.tv of Pen- from a large number of lah.'.r Put up in all size packages ;

coming to the"front with a rush and stratum, containing a distinct formation Ut''tlt'mf'n-B.-Iow please find statement of unions all requesting that a union
business receipts and disbursements for flu. month of ]labor clause be inserted in the specifications -
The Latest Designs in Watchesand is on-the boom. of Its own and each containing i D..c-fombf'r.1ICi .with a detail staterapnt of the PRICES?
The Bonifar Bros. will soon be able chambers of a size' and magnificence of I expanses for the month: al-.oa roraparatire! of the new city hall and also WRITE FOR
Jewelry. to supply all the -lumber needed statement of the floating debt on December: on all repafr work.. The matter wa
ana decoration such a& have never been SI, hOj; ,and November 3D, 1905: referred to the bond trustees.
then the people or'our town need
longer live "Puncheon" floors. no found in any subterranean cavern of C&Il1ln treasury Nor. &),- 'Stores Southern States Lumber
Miss on the world.It >!*5....._ ............ ...... $30,862 5J Ordinances Passed. Siipt. Company i
Ada Davis of Chumuckla
RING C. McVOY spent is a dream, a nightmare, a vision I Re e eta, December 1905: Chairman Wright of the ordinance
Saturday and Sunday with relatives k I rom Licenses! .... .....-..;. 'I. g} 44
PloIIO'rolli.* Take advantage of_Meitu being carved in solid stone under the green I Tax :.....-- ..........i..-. :25,23493' and engrossing committee, reported PENSACOLA. FLORIDA'
hap Western moat! a pt'cialty: here.Mrs. bilk of Flnw, and pound fees, .. I 50 upon two ordinances, which were .
Dakotl1tone as white the flu: -
OelivorMl any part of th*city.Oottxoll : F. C. Baggett is relatives as .
visiting
Mixzrllaneons .:.. .......... joi 70-*23,354 f4 passed. One related to smoking 1t1
and friends in Andalusia! Ala. milk the blnvl man used to give us to I upon -- - '
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MrP.. R. Brown Is on a business drink in tbt dawn of a happy June :Making ................... *i!,217: 17 street cars which is now prohibit Prompt delivery to part'of the
any
and the other to the sale of adulterated -
trip to Jedd, Ala.Mr. morning. sUiue: as red es the heart ot I The disbursement* were canned milk. i E. B. ACOST4 & CO. city :;1

M. O. Baggett has just returned the first.'bloodw* atryoo.dng in;tie follows:
FINE PHOTOGRAPHS. : Office and Yard-22 to 28 NT. Tarragona 'iF.
from a pleasant trip to :.Jackson' spring'w>*o - worldwas; all"spring ]I""Account parable .......... 9,31)9: ) 75Interton Many New Ordinances. ttfto/e..;. and Retail Dealers In SU Pens cola Fla. Phone 363
Pensacola Fla. ,
bonded debs. 58 rolr ii m1
ville.The to "$u atd; 'sioue' that.ls! blue: with; a Alderman !lEtiIr, introduced by request ,
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many: friends of Grandpa Brew- b\ ton! as he is familiarly known. will be '
TERSELY everpointedVenice have tried to get destruction of mosquitoes and to pro-
TOLDF pleased to know that he is able to beourshoodn I I EXPENSES. DECEIBER'I9ffi.
for genet-ations and have ial1t'd. vide for the covering of cisterns, ,
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g birds to-day. : Frozen fountains are -thet white Dep rtment'<>f Pnbllc 8lfl't.1-1 tttnks, etc., also an ordinance compelling ,
Mr. J. E. Bowman made a flying trip i I Polu-fl Protection: removed from,the city limits within ClirivlmBc With .. U Clark. I.
; foaiu all physicians to report cases oi I. u> << "
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U!, of Opp, Ala., was among with the leaping of untold ugh, I ..
to Century: Sunday yellow fever. Both were read the dst one year. The matter after discussion Some r\in at different times I has
business: to visit sand .
prominent man
'Tft, ('It't ,.t> 'tt'rday. Mr. and Mrs. ,J. N. Giles went to I sculptured monsters to cats be and tlreamE'd'horses great i I SalurtsuorMarshal.Deputr. *)..; .. .......... 1.51a.3l time. was referred tova committee consUi-I night and showers of LallJ with Intervals 11
Century MondayA 9'I Station house expenses..ILI-: Alderman Cahn introduced an ordinance ing of AldermanD'Aleniberte: Christi"!
crowd of ladies went I nights! aud feared In dark corners in !I Patrol exiwases..5;.'. 15745 and McHugh. I ,of fair starlight. This morning at ,
A !par" i composed of T. H. Herwlck.II young out I Feedinir prisoners.......,.. 'Ji004: granting the right to the Armour day we were saluted by our party under -
A .Iprw.ck. Cuss Akerblom and J. for a drive on the hard road Saturday I the daytime organs built by the stock pound exp
Lehmann\ <\ wif. of Chicago arrive.ln afternoon. The crowd was composed of hands of giant gnomes for n Titan to Stationery and ncidentalti. tIll: 4 P148 ((94 spur track extending from the L. & Safety was presenj arreported tot clivwinders: a hout and a Song.ftr .

'h Misses! Etta, Mattie and Eva Bowman, play wild hymns of praise 1J >CD. a iireprojuction- "'!':. -s X. tracks to the corner of Garden en.t that board upon the work of the fire \ breakfast? we divided our tobacco in
c!1': \esterday on a'lslt of { :. ;'
Misses Ma'isie i and Carrie Brewtonand I and police departments during the past which amounted 2 Carrots, one halfwe
-".\'.- kitchen for the cooking of weird slishe.never Tarragona streets, which was read :ht !
ri; lavs.M Miss Ada Davis. They were heard thought of up here !u the- sunshine :- Salaries Chief: and EmTeittfrnph .. i ',_ first time and took its usual ccurse.Alderman month and also durin'2 the past year. gave tothe jmrty who used Tobacco : ;Ii

I'tc remark that they were trying their p1oyo-s.-.S. ... 1,525; 39 4." '; Cahn alsogave notice hat Chairman Zelius of the Board of ,.tho.se- ho.did not we gave a Handkerchief it
an-l Mr?. E. :M. Jewell of De- all manner and all kinds'of alarm' ::;.. ;2> (I"
rubber tires. Well should and next'lUeE'tlng Works.who. was late In arriving was I The day proved t1
r'Mniafc\: Springs J ar3 :n the city ou new you rooms, ninety miles of them, down: Apparatus machinery 48 :.II" he would at the intrU'ce as a prcxent. .
< have seen their turn out. They were Kvnt of truck aad. rapine < an ordinance granting ct>rtalnl'rh'I1Eges ready to make his report. but the showery all daq. the Inds. left us this
'D"n IIPII!
tour. The young couple there under the hoofs oi the gallant 'hou.se..;... 107 0)Water
*.'rdded will : driving an old blind mule to a.bumping rfnt.- .."..... s.C 07lacictentali to the Pensacola Gas Com council dt'cldt'tlto aafriorn and to hear evening, all our party moved luto their
\'I-5i I ithtv clUes rt-centiy. They wagon and had boards across the little range horses who pouM ,the ,. l3\J M- :2.ss! !I nCharitieH pany. the report at the next meeting. huts, we dried some of our wet goods. ..
before rturning grass! Into hay the year round up tItersin -- ---,-- i 1
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!w rae i body for .seats. They seemed to. enjoy : Alejrroau D'Alemberte introducedan I received a present of a Fle -ie IIo.- 1
I their,drive. South Dakota. ordinance relating to the straightening To draw the fire out of a burn. heal cry ((fleece b.sit>ry'f'flt.) draws i
\ Mrs. Mary Barkley of Pensacolaisthe Halarr Physician ..... ...... SO rt) of Church street from Jeffersonto without leaving a or to .,
The 'vival at the Cnristian church I Hospital tip-nses 81 25 a cut scar cure Socks of t'Jlllt Ivewlfl. pr MocUersoos
'nnnu-s daily at 730' .p. m. Last, guest' of Mrs. :J. E. Bowman. ICE FOR HEATING.One Cam and transportation of Commandancia street, which was boils, sores. ttter!! eczema and all skin I I of Wb t l1oultt>. _a small IndIan basket ; t tof
nghi, Kvsiigelist I t Miss Mary Harrison spent Sunday paupers .-.. .. .lD 35lit 0I read and referred. and scalp diseases use D Witt.s Witch! j
Speigel l spoke onT ] (Juteridi (Goodrich) & 2 Dna weasels -
'h1 Burnville' with her sister Miss Annie ,. Alderman Yonge introduced an ordinance Salve. A specific for piles. Get ;
W. of of the Oddttlra of Our ModernCivilization. .. : Hazel '
:; Holiness. To-night, he.pt"ak Total dt-pt.public safety 4,618 30W Ales of the Squar of 8bahono Jssome
Harrison who i is teaching school.] providing"that in future all ihe genuine. No remedy causes such I ;
> on "The Extended IIand.1tr' Dept.of Public works: the by officials Ask DeWitt's the black! roots: of the Indians. Our I i
\ .\, F. Reager will'slnfe.Wlisp i there. The use! of Ice for heating purposesIs ( -j' papers of city when'signed speedy relief. for -
Mr. Dan Williams of Mobile-Is-the] ,. Streets, orossiBCTtc.., ....$ 2.li4 aft : bear their full Christian names; genuine. Dinner to day ,consisted of pore Elk ,

\j, <'rman, publisher of the' guest of his sister Mrs. J. A. McDaviu. one of the oddities of our modern Str.-Ha civilization. O'tni it happens that a 8.9 Ij3T31
2am-vile, Ohio. Sunday News is in I!I Mr. U C Brewton went to Floma- Sttu ers,cleaning and flush- ,oJ- numbering of. houses; another for the Christmas. dinner, warm day.-From R
: train! carrying fruit from the south to reporting and compiling of mortuary THE MUSSULMAN. "Newly Discovered Personal Records S
'J* "' accompanied his wife and ton yesterday tag.- f
4auen" by j' Mrs. D, :M. Carter and her grand- the uortheru market encounters a cold] Garbage, removal and d'8- records and another regarding side of Lewis and Clark."
Mr. Ellsperman is on hiaj: 'I posal---------------- .UAJ '1'
fl, ait( n and will remain in Pensacola I:|I o t1'.;hter Miss Aggie Brewton went to spell while en route. If the tE'Ull'ern' Public Iiuiidinc9, repairs alks and giving" the boundaries of nl. Drvoflon !. Intrase cad He !.
; Century Monday.Mr. ture goes below certain point the perishable and -ipense el 43: same. All these were read and ordered Proud af ills IteKcrou. "Ii
-->i! 1a\s Inciaentala... ... ...... .. 3 51 A (Curlo. (...tom of Oxfordchlr :
I I W. Bowman and little daughter merchandise will be ruined. tc take their regular course.A tra\eler in Africa writes: "This is

i.m wno hath" -shall) be given" i i Myrtle Lee spent Sunday in Pensa- But such a misfortune may I ht prevented 1 ob Dept.Publ c Works | :;.;;3 88 communication from II. "". :Marshall a land of relixi'; 'Jlie MnsMilniun's In same places in O Mfbhlrll. England -
!II cola. covering the fruit ci-r with 3k asking for the refunding of $25.00 it was the right of every maid
-hapging devotion
is dnd
; "store-law. If. th, by iuteuso, ever present ii'
!:>>pt. ( en'l Expenses
to ask the hired
servant for bit
man a
*. % I (account or. t he forfeiture of a bond
> h a t' -hath" gumptlon-about-!: coat of ice a thing easily accomplishedby talaricsof officersIncidentals. ........ nil pervading/ l t-iiiK/ not an accessory
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was-read and granted.To of Ivy to trim tbe bouse. If he turned ,
i hall! b? given" 10 An agreeable movement of the bowels turning a bone upon it and allowing .....Ka1..x t"n'9t'S.... .... .... lie)(SiStationery. tacked on. UH it \\\vre to hit life to Inspratictd .'1\\
fea n )increasing without any unpleasant effect is freeze until the whole .;................. 4t .VI Remove Dairies.A a deaf ear to her importunitIes or for- :,
rato, those things: the water to vt- j mure or l less surreptitiously, it
"th produced by Chamberlain's Stomachand .:.... .......... 65-15 got her request she would !steal' a pair
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IIUi' of which mn become nier'a hide enveloped in a glassy aud glittering therewith
.S andwheroin
-- communication was read from the but aji essential part, \\
IJ.. I,. Liver Tablets. for sa1e by all Total Dept.Gen' of lila breeches and nail! them to the ,t
druggists.Fnnrral. blanket.It Expenses t 547 ill City Board of Health urging that the: :: I he lives at all timss. A llimBulruau gatt in the jat4 or t>n' the highway.This '1.

>- Schaeffer and Lew Lamphere, I niny. lul HHl-be appropriately cnlrd !- Dept.of Health- council take steps! to have all dairies prays openly and publicly, in WU *ui>ixise
Bt> ,a" ("(Innc.-t ieut. who have been a blauket inasmuch as .it preventsthe : Salaries of inxpectcrs...... :!40 00 nowise afraid to be seen. Every man .II'urivllpges" the mistletoe.! .
t of Clerk .... .. ... I 15; .; .
radiation of heat from the interiorof salary 'Kl
-ndms: ;: ;j ne past six weeks in Pensa- In
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WII! remain during the balanc the warmth is retained awl *. Notwithstanding its, to UK, uninviting -
I funerals in the hlghlands.j.There] are Dept. Health....>.. $ 32408Totcl ::!
("If ''te. the fruit, ft possibly it be vegetable. ,
Ainier. Both young men made no undertakers here.X carpenter may appearance, the religion<< has

here cm fri-acls during; their sojourn makes the simple! coffin' rt.latiand' J goes on its way unspoiled evn expenses Dec., 1$05.... $9,555' 58 WHEN WILL PENSACOLA PEO-I made ansi still U making great strides ; ti

friend*:' carry it. hip high to its' last by zero weather. COMP.n.lTIVITATEMBSTOr rUl ATI Ml DEBT.Hems. : PLE *, LEARN THE IMPORTANCE In Africa and one can only attribute

which Is dug when the Cars used for transporting orange : this to the fact that here at l last is a ,
R'flwmber resting-place and other fruit from California to the ix-c.31.: K.5. Nov.30. IftJS. OF IT?
Blue Ribbon Vanilla end of the journey is reached,, :and Intere-t un bonded (lcb, ..$ :it424)$7js5) ...- religion of which its adherent are in ) !
tr.'. '\\'II't' a:\ far. When too much is h8"in"alkoo perhape ,six miles to east are often provided nowadays with 1'.n!<,,'O'a Water Co...... t.tui 3S ( tin 'no way ashamed. It offer to the I IJ
ttP'I ,' fr-illM __ .. ........ ,
payable
9. 001 1)1
ne flavor Is less.delicate. large cylindrical "ice stores, as they < S1,21AI (v .t
0 }"olIt. 111.'bo klrkyard they take a refreshment I Act-cunts parable ..... .... .{I2.0 0,418 49 Backach: i is only a :simple thing at J faithful absolute) assurance of f'alnt
directions, use only half the << of sandwiches end whisky Alight l he called, at each end, which I I -...:..-- first tlou and engenders that blind, unhesi- '
Can \ useful ia I 17.37455: 1..s.II" ; :
while time: for :
summer refrigeration
anti walk home again. The rigorous But when you know "tjs, the kiJ- tatiup: faith therein which U no t'OzuI'

absence! of pomp Is' maintained: but : are filled with ice durln All ?which' is respectfully submitted. ; '. I fortlng to the native mind. t'

Monkey' With Spectacle. there Js tile added embellishment oi I a cold spoil ia winter. When" the teur- J- a-. 'GEO. T..l\tURUAN.Cumpt olll'r. "Th'at *?ious kidney. troubles follow Seeing/ n crowd of pilgrims bound tot M.'u

I perature outside I is at zero or below, I Mecca with pleasure ..
b he pipe music. ; patiently-nay,
P.reslau)
Zoological pardeos .... _. _ I the1 1 ice, at 32 degrees F.. is comparatively Report of Work Done. -. Th (j'ia etes. .Bright's.disease maybe i enduring the worst treatment that one

18 a spider monkey which was warm aaa thus the "stoves" described Xo rqorj '' th fat.al l end. : I could imagine inetfd out to herds: of ) tt
OVPrat(1 MAXIM' MAXIM.I was submitted tfia' '
upon for cataract and now j act as h(>ftt rs. :by .wifl gladly profit by the folio: *-;
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"eaT', --- Boar of Public Works regarding 'ic.!i I j driven 1011:1\H, one envies the excess
glasses. For more than a year : '
*"r it ,! Modest Claims .Of,eq' Carry More Con- 11' ork done during the past ll1onth and Ini elperience.Tis ;! of faith that run engender curb a dis- Upon Every t
was received at the zoo it was : statement cf a Pensacola
victicn Than Loud Boasts. tAdrman! : brought the the robbed
Mnldqn matter position. Though slain. ctarred -
TTT! henlihy and lively; then It 1)t'2UJ1f'I'I' When Maxim the famous inventoi.placed .I A ffrrere Tot.Don't 'jio I the attention the council Milting citizen. ,! : { Jjerded with pestilence and subjected Bottle 3r.
Yp." quiet, J ask a girl to after Collins of -120 East IDle ..
ceased to play and tr his ';;un b:!ore a committee of marry yon that he hadover a yeariago in'rwli:> Anthony : to countless hardships and an.noyaea.yet '.
I h I Bonier. It ciamtned t.lld: I dark when she i is dressed fit to kilL ed d>ncia sireet.! FaYS: "Mrs. Collins I
was ; judges, he stated Its* carrying power I y recplutioa J In the rounc; 'ronip,IliJn'i '
; after..year they and wrapper of the irenclna! Dr.Bell'c Pin-
f nr,4 to be suffering frm cat .rart. so to be considerably below what he felt Call on her, and when<< you leave' Inac I the board. :ttf report monthlyon read an advertisement about DOln's'ICidnl"Y : |I, year Tmr-Hoa it printed' the above deeten. It
v" The 'I Tertently drop glove the Pills and procured a box at comefrom, "far and near".thousands Bad t Is both trade-mark and guarsntnewar.-
immediately>n to the eye bost.t tire the gun would accomplish. a on piano. : the anxiiiht: of. W'lTk su'comp'"shnd.
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; therefore a Return for it the :) I rot Sidafy Halm's drug atp?. corner;pens of ltb n.and" stronjr/on, this the rant that the medicine contained In tbe bot- I I
; i and operated upou. In less than result of the trialas next morning at 9 duTingreeooZ-months thl$ bad liotl c.: will rare couih: colds and all Inaz.
a B'onth' it W*B fitted with a pair oi iriamph of surprise instead of clsappointment -'1 i o'clock. If she cornea to the door with I 'en done, 'aird ,that: tbe board had Romana and .Palatox streets. She suffered moat wontft'irni and far reaching of 1stI throat and tint trouble more qnlcklr
if ho' : times from aching In her I ter- terdaypilgrimages.! a.adefectualiy. than any other remedy.
:JPotarles" which it with becomravity. as it might'have been one shoe And one shipper ou, her hair : tll! own .vefj- litvlregard'for [the 'council. at (
:!lit : wears had overestimated his gun's efficiency. done up in curl papers, dressed in' an i''I Contln.uitft; : he saLe that: the loins and across her back after work-!,' MAt rJedda one' sees pilgrims from .' ?

Our claim regarding Newbro's Her- old Mother Hu b1rd. our advice is to council -wasr: responsibletothe, pccplsnd -?; ing hard in the house. She used less all. cornerg of the glob: *-Dnteh sabJecj8 Dr. Bell's ;

"'piqide is based on; actual scientific! take to tbe w< t I realized: that coimcil wig arid they aid her muc good. I have, .
1'11, Original laxative Cough SyJ-tlpt! faN '| in a neat hous dress. her hair done" tfre hers for I shiploads from India and Farther lotdta ,
tp I! PINETARHOftEY
hair'to of
If living causing jour |: some other than -to !- heard these pills spoken: highly! by -
a germ : purpose approprijate'
Kennedy j ; IJnsslan subject from 'a'l ,
Laxative Tar i partsof :
s Honey aod end a rose in the top of her hair grab ; have-tried
sensible thing people'who] them ]
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whenever asked. different ,
fall out its the most i mop? .Ha .faidI
'XPels all cold from the system by her quick,-MarionvilJe lilo.) Fee j j the! grftaf empire, French inbjectsfrom
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i them a medy whlea
did
L:1Ig! t') kill that germ. tewbro's I ; not care. to push the niatter- at and all consider '
as a cathartic on the bowels i! Press. i'I Algiers, from Morocco and dusky
this quickly
Epnn.d !\ Herpiclde does II the present meeting but nnless there acts up to .representations midej
(l1 Laxative and Tar Is who have for month
a s Honey ] and effectually. Destroy the cause I I. was a report ready at the next meeting for them." !I negroes tramped ..
rta1n. safe and harmless curs for the effect. i he would take t'cr"compel l For sab by all dealers. Price 50 from the western .Jbores of Africa.
L ", you remove > TO steps one to all .", 251.. Me. m3.
cough. D'lembt'rte.1dluggist CURE A COLD IN ONE'DAYTake Is sold by "" : and
Toup and whooping lands and midst
For sale byV.. A. : bewade.. cents. iter-Millurn Co., Buffalo; Through many many j $1.00 per tutU. Manufactured b/
and apothecary 121 South LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine][ Mayor Bliss on this subjt>cr, stated New York, sole agents for the United: tongues they (:UIII all to meet at thu ,

Piire Mineral! Water Palafox street, or send lOc in stamps ,: Tablets. Druggists refund money If If I| ihat the street superinten! made States. thronged' center of the maditrom- !; THE E. E. SUTHERLAND MEDICINE CO. .

"il""..!, good Health. lovestigats I for sample to The Herpiclde CoDe-' fails to cure. E. W. GROVE'S signature -:;[ daily Itemlze-j reports of the work Remember th' name-Doan's-and the Musaulmnu) faith.* { PABtJCAH. nrrtJC '., t t'1

WHITE ROCK WATER trdlt. Mich. is on each box. :$c. !j(I done, and he thought: the boar.' had take no other. a 13

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I Vbt! )1tnjltola Jontnal *1 The J im 1l's Dwly S4hQ1.S o 3 1c VYake; lip. : start Pills at the bedtirnejs bile"niccly.all,you One need.of Ayer's These; 1|: r.rfct Sheila's Appearanchere Dig: Proiluriioi-of, K rk ,, u

$ 4t pius act, directly op the liver. They H"nri M. Blossom, Jr .

: Tt JT % cure constipation, biliousness, dyspep-

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: I FRANK L. MAYES. P1WDUe: AJTO GMMAL MAKAOM. "I want to see Mf. MacDonald now, doesn't know ttat I'm nere., Ob pleas N & BROWNHARDWARE !, 'th..ntire' .' New. York I i '

please." don't! 'Not 'Just )*'t.'is. her father ., ''1ft 1$0pcOpLE15oPRcEsNlGHT. .
in front ofCaatons looked *wait Until
The girl stepped abort up to speak. 'PI:1: ;
I MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. desk' alert ansi slightly ag- I tell you., j knaw it was :a terrible: ; ..:' .: .' 25c, SOc ry.
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1 I presnive, (Caxtnn f"ut.-'sbort his dictatIng thin?. but it was all I rUll1'do: Mamma _,'.$1-00 adn $1.50.

. : SUBSCRIPTION RATES. and t:1niettow a n\ her'with courteous -- had 0vcsset: the day of the wedding CHEER: I UpT!:.GO, SEE
attentircnes and inward annoy- and I hadn't accepted him yet." ,,. "CHECKERtl !-

: f One :year............fs oo One.Mo-:1th........... 45 anre. Many, persons wished to see Mr. "Accepted who?"' I COMPANY i --

Six ]Montaa......... J SOTbrea I I One. Week ........... 10 (3t'lIoua"l-noW" The position of private "Wji you know.: Deihtou-m3m. : MATINEE AND NIGHT

Moatlu... .... 1 25 ; 'WeeklY Edition! year.}! 04Paper secretary: To Mr. MacDonald required ma's little" Lord De'ghton.' I

ninny diplomatic' dodges and MneDon-ld::) shook LU bead In dissent .
om Sal* at all New Stands.
-- t' evasions. At flrt sight of ''the girl's t "Your mother has not seen'fit to keep I EVERYTHING HARDWARE ; FRIDAY, JANUARY 2GOODING'S \

face he waR (.n his feet, looking: down me PJtoo'on current events In Europe

THE ONLY PENSACOLA NEWSPAPER. FROM WHICH DETAILED at her with eager. longing recognition.Billyr I he sail. -- .-- I Ir

43t'-$1 CIRCULATION STATEMENT CAN BE SECURED. "We met him last wiutr in, Ixo- r

She said it' softly. It would never I don" E14>anor* went f.n. "Mamma sin FITTINGS
- I VALVES AND
I Offlcea--m and HO J. Ba;t OoT rnm.at Street. do to let the- stenographer guess!! jUJt ply grabbed f at him. He was bran} BSLT1NG .'
how much It Vupant.to,. her to see Billy new and had only Jc't ,eome into the 'k.

I TELEPHONE No. 38.PENSACOIA at that moment. but perhaps" Billy I title. And mamma told him all about PIPE. NAILS BAR IKON ORPHAN BOn

knew. He was a goose I If he did not. > Ujl:, or at Iron she told old Lady IMh -

; FLORIDA! THURSDAY MOKN'IN'C I JANUARY: 25.; 1906 with her looking into hill (eyes in the i ton: hi? mother and how you were

old, glad way ,and her .lips .smiling a good for a couple of million anjway. 'MASURY'SREADYMADERAILROADL BAND

tremulous! we cnme.at him. I and they fiie-i It up. So,you see! there! :
4l u governor of |the Philippines now s?(- Caxton's baud gripped the side of wasn't anything for me to do but run I
2 ,f retary (.f War. the office of Vice-Cov- PAINTS, I From i iie Georgia Indusf, i fjn !
his de"". He tried to keep steady, to away. ,I I .
4 t WHERE THE JOURNAL ernor of the Philippines was created alhthat\ In- I I where door are thrown ,-i'homel'ss a':
remember might have happened MacDonald did not speak .for an .
4 .. CAN BE FOUND. q I11- on Octooer 24, 1901. and Mr. Wrightwas and friendless! t 'I.' "
In three yearn.'but'all he could say stant. He wanted to laugh.: If It had : !
. ; appointed to fill the place. lie FAIRBANK'S SCALES, Prices--Matine*. Childr-n '
'U Ii
i *. The Peneacola Journal Is on became governor upon the appoint. wa: been possible! he would have enjoyed I i I Night 25:;, 3;), SO and 7 .'I
in I "You've come back/ parting with a. small portion of that 1 i LOc
4&I. sale at the following places ment of Oovernor Taft to be Secretary ,
. the city: I of War. "Back forevermore.. All her heart couple of million he 'was go-xl. for tohave j STOVES AND RANGES. Scats ?u sale WednesdaESCAMBII \' A "'OD

Bay Hotel. IS While Mr. Wright has filled the wan In her T lC'e."Wh rt"'s' papa? seen Mrs.! MacDonald's expres1slve I .
position -
- J iPf Coe'a Book Store. .. of governor of ths Philippines didn't know that you ,were here." II:I face when the found her golden '

I/o Depot News Stand. I with enre; satisfaction there l is reason Caxton Ignored b'pr.1ut remark but egg had taken wings; unto itself and j I L .? : OYSTER DEPOT
I I ...AGENJS.; .. tt'
. I Book Store.
Gem
; to believe that the administration It brought him up short from the rose come home to roost. As for the golden : .
, $: .. Hotel l E cambia.Merchants a wanted tit? place for somebody colored dreams l of three years ago. I ejrg. he regarded )it with a new' sense !I NEWYORKBELTINGAN'DPACKINGC9.NEW ,, Phone 1210.

:r $. Hotel. II' else for reasons not disclosed-since "Mr. Macl)9nald Is In his private of- I of hplplf'fl nt'**. He had never been an Flue Perdldo .Bay Plant aDO tj. iJI-:

: -N Thompson's Southern Hotel.Book Store. Ij 11tY the alleged aversion of Governor I!I l flee. '. Doesn't be expect youT' I II expert at dealing; with the intricacies YORK LEATHER BELTING CO. bia Oysters. at reasonable pfi"e

> Walker's Book Store. <1M Wright and his lady to social Intercourse MXo he rlOf"ant.; .'* She hesitated with and eccentricities of the feminine char- Cl7abarras&Co?
t 'I
. f a : with tan-colored natives is' laughing nervousness.:. "1'm not sure of I acter. Orders Shipped.Same Day Received ,
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..... .... .. probably a malicious invention. By i a welcome even. I've-Billy-I've run Papa. I saw Billy 'axton out In the -
: promoting Governor Wright to ...
_ _ the away." ,I office. What is he doing here?"
I American embassy at Tokio the Safes! Safes! Safes!
way "Run I\\\'ayj From Alrslie He had t "Caxton went under. furs: earninga .
; Wholesale I Ii will be cleared for the desired reconstruction .
t Fishing of not even heir she was home. II Urine:; fit present. I wouldn't"rattle -- ---- (' ---
the Philippine Diebold Safes
government Buy !
',wUnout She shook her head.; him i if 1 were you.. He needs a level FHONl: t.J.
and the Food Supply. i danger of friction and
!'possible "Not AJrlie; I haven't been home at head: for a few yers."
; some time i since a company "'as disharmony in the Senate.A nil. I only landed tbl afternoon on !I "And you are helping; him?" HOrI Scarritt Moreno,

. 1 formed for the purpose of carrying on I bill has been.:introduced in Congress the Cedrie. You remember old Fanny voice was eager,. NEW METHOD LAUNDRY \
i I Agent.
the flsirng! business on a large seal:I : to Increase th salary of the "He doesn't need much help, only a

:i in lake Okeechobee, and already a i': president of the United States to J100.- I I chance. The boy will land on his feet. I f.: W. IAWKCNCC. P..oi.t.rVo' a WB.: Row),.. st. P./isacol., HaN

number "f fishing vessels and cod! 000. Ev rytbing considered this is, Caxtotidied. I __ __ ._ _._ _-. ____. ---
., h'i'I "Oh) !" Eleanor: drew In her breath -,
;. t, storage: barges have ben sent to tho i.by no means an exorbitant salary for ,s sharply. They had been in_ trouble and I Marine Grocery Co.

i lake to commence operations. In such r the chi!f executive 'of a great nation. she hnd kuown\ It. Billy might have r .. 5*OS.

wholesale fishing, not only in lake The President of the United States written. HP, hail never written to herat j jI 1 C. W. LAMAR. President JOHN PFEIFFER. Assistant Cashier. I 604, 606, 608. 610 S. Palafox St.

Okeeehobt-e but in uth ,r waters of the i i I I is certainly worth as much to the all.. Suddenly the remembrance of M. E. CLARK Vice.President and Cashier.! J.W. ANDREWS. first Assistant Cashier. i Phone 725.

state the Palm Beach News see danger !I country as the haadg of large corporations I the look In hIs eyes returned to her : V. J. VIDAL, Manager.
: foud supply and has thefollowing He thought Itwould Jnake a differene.t .->
Uie
to I are to those they serve.
- I her,.She pothered.her$ courage to the THE; AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK
. to flaYupon the subject: : THE HOME OF GOOD THINGS TO
of A .
point itvtwwi. :
Jacksonville : "
The Metropolis
of West Coast exchanges says:
i By some our : EAT.
0' PENSACOL4 FL*
it is .learned that a steamer I"It i is aid one party will be in Florida "Pap. 1think' yon ought to know.I .' -
small boats have. don't km>w-w'hetner you do or not OF STATES. Just Received:
and a number of I this week representing over $100.000- DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY UNITED ;
been secured and will 'b? sent to Lake' rprbllllJ4 i yon!'do, and"that's! why you're I I Halibut Chunks, Halibut Quirk Lun "
: I : 000 of surplus funds. The ,
c Ok'eecnobee to fish in that b.dr.of surplus will good; to Billry She came over to his CAPITAL STOCK, $200,090. SURPLUS$60,000.. I 50.kits of fancy: Mackerel JJ .'. pe;

: water r/hich at present, Is said to I f' probably be consideragly reduced ('flair'n'l! perched 'herself on Its arm kit. a
DIRECTORS.
r1. teem with fish. 1 f! after :he East Coast hotel keepers get as she used.o! ; do three years"before J 50 kits Sahnon. $I.S pf: kit.

r Probably or possibly these fishermen i'through with them. tl like Billy.-aud: I know be cares for Henry L.- lnglon, frank Rellly, F. C. Brawncr,; -. ,50 kit* haljbut s..f1.5 1 per kit

have the right to do this wholesale I l me. He told'mej i 80 three years ago. I .,I .1;'tfi Pfelffer.- w. s. Rosasco, s, C. W.tamark'Bryan ..m .. 3_;..k1tpt Cod. Toagues and Sounds
1-r i fishing and will be allowed to do'i As a borrower, Col. Mann appears I. promised>tl him; then there would neveris' Dunwody T. F. McGourln.. J. Saunders,1', H:2 pu'lt ". --F.
: 4 Bloaters Milkers and Roe: llFrnpsCodflsn.
t.
0. Maura,
A. W.H.Milton. .
M.Avcry
it 'unmolested, but the result will be to be close to ths Cassie Chaiwlck any one 'leThats\; why I ran
i W. L Cawthon' Dr. W. J. Hannah McKenzie Oerting. 1 Pickled Salmon. D.ll Pickle,
time the fisuing dear. .I wanted .and .
in short Billy.
: u that a Very class. away yon Alex McGowan, C. M. Covlngton,. M..e. Clark. !i German Sauer Krout.
; t will be one of the has beens and this: I Now, wont yon I let me 8t yrfarUonftli'pusbPd i I Pigs Feet in kits. $1.00

%i attraction to the tourist and source of s *** } theelectric hut Accounts,! Banks, Individuals t Corporations and Firms Solicited. ':Manewal ana Lange's Frun I a.-
I -1 : many a fowl meal to the settler will\ : I ton 'nnd(>r. his desk. Caxton"entered National Biscuit Co's Fruit Cake .>
be: only a tradition. i b ARE FINANCIERS __ the room: ai rf 1t ../ Four per cant Interest Paid on Time Deposits.C I per pcunrt.We .
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::4 I It does s'! m that some action should iz! AFRAID OF MANN? "I wint yod1to' take Eleanor home V' handle the celebrated' bien.l'Coffee <

I betaken: by the legislature or by the'' I I to \Irsll >. Bill. You may telephone _n __ -. '-_ .-_---.-..-.._-.,._- -_-__._. ,_p_. 'roaud by the Gulf fii: (rnff-
*. county commissioners of the counties!,' # Savannah News. # ; out for them to have things ready. She II I Co. H. PChipman.. :Manager

L4 in which Lake Okeecbobe H,?s, or by i r -4 I, is not going back to Europe. I'll be 'i Oaxaca. 35c lb.; Gold Standard '
q alL the l legislative bodies having jurisdiction :; 1 lb: Plamoid Blend, 25c lb. tt' -8
out the 645. I cable
on am going to j
t m such matters to stop this I I Rio, 20c lb.StrictlJ .
j Mrs. MacDonald MOST OF THE MONEY YOU
1 wholesale fishing; not only in lake Conclusive evidence i if being broughtout MAKE fre:,h roasted and as (r>
"I WANT YOU TO TAn F.LUOa'HOKE!\ TO I He kissed Eleanor aud went out-of
t Okeechobsa. but in all the waters of,I In the case of Deuel against Hap- AtBBLIF 'BILL." J j as any Colee sold in this city
the office, shutting the door after hIm
the state. : Send: us jour orders and we ml'!! IS
I /t U true that quite a number of I good now in progress .before Justic! mamma's maid? She Is with me. And I Caxton waited. He was' not sure, j lIver! promptly.

; men nuke a living by fishing, but'j Fitzgerald! In New York City that I've run away from mamma and Europe Three years is a long time. Eleanor I 'I .
f ': raiser] Jier tear wet lashes and looked .IS DEPOSITED IN THE BANK. -- -
. i_ among )them are many sensible $>nes, many :> the socially prominent and and Delgbtwn. j .. ;
e that say such wholesale and altogeth! rich men of Town Topics, and publications -I'j* "Delghton? I tboulht'II stopped I at him. ; .
indiscriminate! fishing is ruining t like It. The suit was broughtby I short. "Must I say It agihu: Billyr she ask I : Nick's Buffet and
I I the buain f s and already has ruined it i "1 know. Everybody thought no. Fo ed. And. throwing Judgment to the
p. *r In'niany of the smaller lakes and other Justice! .Deuel I:..who: occupies a placeon did mamma. So did. Deighto'n.!: Rut I winds Rilly took the figure In brown !

4 waters' of the state and they would the b-,nch of one of the inferior!1 knew you see." She raised! her chin cjose} in his.arms. It is well for you to remember that i Restaurant.

r live to"SAP\ it stopped. courts, :1'rt is also: connected with! : with the delicious air of authority he "Say It again! ," be said. your earnings are :deposited in tIe

They freely stat: that it is a ho?-: Town Topics against Mr. Hapgood.I knew so well and a-* their glances met Europe was far away. Eleanor leaned Bank whether you put them there 'or ." Is the only place( of! 't S

fish way to do and the heighth of selfishness' ; the editor of CoI et's' Weekly and also 1 her own was full of sudden entreaty. her heed back on his shoulder anJ *.. -. lind' in .Peasaco.d. iof b;
p I for comparatively a few men smiled at him. .not. it 1': -
"Billy I couldn't stay over there. You up I -
to.. the different good fishing! :i against Lat paper for an article pul>- If'
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to all make
go then
'ThoreJent else spend
) ought to see him. And you know mam- anybody In all the you you
t places and fish and fish till there arc!| lishpd in :She latter paper which Jus- 1 ma. If I had stayed be would have orlt1.- ci'1iid.. someone else deposits I A Pride "to?tI
! not enough fish left for the use otth'people tice Deuel claims was libelous. you money.
living in the neighborhood of I I i tumbled me overboard sure as fate. So I Do not think it is better to do I .
It serins that Mr. Hapgood and the I you !
I | simply ran away.
these fishing grounds; than up and I The Journal Printed Our- I! Pensacola.
I iir move to another place and repeat the 'Comers ale going into the case very] An electric button burred impatiently ing December 1 905 your own banking? : ; i -

I whole business.! thoroll hlr. Sj many interesting 1 at Caxton's desk and be glanced toward Total of *! Four per cent interest paid'on savings I cities flU?
j "' The fishing in both the fresh and I facts have been brought out that : the door of the private office a Larger
it is >
deposits compounded semi anhually l oasr of hetteii' jrtplacp.
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1 a
;' f ajt, waters of Florida used to be phenomenal j "Shall I tell him you are here?"
not thought an effort will be mad to ; The ervir ''I 'itI !
but today there! are comP4ratively "No. I want to surprise him. You 154,850 \ '
dismiss me 'suit without, putting in a best that can b ha
few good fishing places loft I,11ilUY right here Billy. I'll answerI --- --- ----- I
I and bfore they a-E'\li gone something I' defense.: The Chillers! seem to think. I I that." 'COPIES I

should b? done to save this or their la..yers'do for them, if what i i The man In the private room did not Nick Apostle Propt'rBrosnaham.Dotson&Co.

- means of sport and \ictuals to the' is appearing in ,the newspapers: of New turn at the opening of the! door. or an average of 'II ,

,.t J people of the state and the tourists j York is to be relied upon, that! thereis I "Call up Judd t Holmes, Caxton. I FIRST NATIONAL BANK I. .
who visit her in the winter to enjoy I
no danger' that Justice Deuel will Tell Judd I'm .not In town.' You don'tknow :
: thf ,port an
'I i if he asks .'You" OF PENSACOLA FLA.
Col. Mann was on the witness stand "aikNl S Boilar Makers Machinists
I! Eleanor quickly over to the DAILY 1
FirstAmbassador yesterday and gave testimony that will desk WM. H. KNOWtES, President. W. K. HYER,JR. Vice-Pres. and Cashier. I and Founders.
and folded,, her arm around his ; I
Two following figures shoThe
: to Japan. be tha subject of a great de4l of comment .,'I I neck and laid her cheek to his. sacola'Journal's circulation for each Pen-i< THOS. W. BRENT Assistant Cashier. W. N. ROBERTS-Anistant t Cashier. i Steamship and Mill.SupplieS f '' "
outside of the newspapers if not -I ofn<-* Phon5tiD. r jfi Ptr"e
"Hello. papl1:r* she paid oftly day during the month of D c'mber,1! RPS.dcnrPl'Jiofle9t! P.'nss& '
I General Luke E. Wright governorf in them. Col. Mann Is the responsible MacDonald ,Jumped from his chair. 130.1: with the average number of All Work has Our.Personal Attention,

t literal rf the Philippine Islands who ,person In the Town Topics Publishing ., She felt her first shook of shyness as copies daily: HILTON GRJE: PKKHDIXT. T. )1:. "' ''LLE!.VCI-PE1IDKST -
hat just been aopointed to represent Company. and it is understood,,'\ he faced her.1 He certainly wan not Dec. 1, 5,750 Dec. 16; 5,6001Dec. B.. at. JsV.RI&LI..(jURI" .MANSrifcLO MORENO.4..CUKU

. the United States at Tokio will be the directs Town Topicg and gets out such glad to see her In fact he looked beyond 2, 5,700 Dec. 17, 6,100: i if .
Citizens
L flrst ambassador from this country to I her at the door with'anything but Dec. 3, 5,800 Dec. 18, ..... National Bank,
works "Fads and Fancies
&s i, The t Dec. 4 ... Dec. 19, 5,60C: of I> '.. Florldft.2Dlroo 1 .
plf'uurablexpPCtan
of the Mikado. Particularly <"y. n sM,
the Empire! [r American Smart Set, etc. The feature -' "Where's jotir mothers' I Dec. 5, 5,750 Dec. 20. 5,600'' : tor m. Every Day a

- .as Mr. Wright is a southern democrat -t of, *,',? testimony given yesterdaywas "In London With old Lady Deighton." Dec. 6. 5,750 Dec. 21, 5,600)) Gf .W \\rt,bt. Morru Bur, f, a. WRlz en",

the following resume of his carter -I that Col. Mann had borrow, as" His hrow c.1f'arf't'an" be looked at Dec. 7, 5.700 Dec. 22, 5,603! tf. RoWnioa. r..11J't'o4 Greta.

r from the Albany (Ga.) Herald, much s
will be read wita interest in the southern prominent in society and in the financial -I I wag three years sincehe bad seen either -I Dec. 9, 5.650 Dec. 24, 6,100))II T- 0 ..- ,
Dec. 10, 5,900 Dec. 25, ...
states: I' .world and that he hadn't paid it her or her mother. He had never I Dec. 11. .?m.- Dec. 26, 5,600'' t"1"'O" ",' III .."I4I4, .

:By naming Luke K. Wright. gov all ba k. I denied to himself that their departure Dec. 12, 5,650 Dec. 27, 5.600)).:0: J. S. REESE. President.R. M. E. MENEFEE.' :: Casbler. ;: SJ"l
rnor-gneral of the'! Philippines. forth had been a relief While there hadt CAR, Vlce-Presldent wiled
:The aim of the Colliers and Mr. Dec. 13, 5.650 Dec. 28 5.600 1 j *

newly created dignity of American Hapgood it. to show. that Town Topicsis ,'I been no trouble as the world 'view Dec. 14, 5.600 Dec. 29, 5300! THE PEOPLE'S BANK OF PENSACOLA.Director : horse Feed win*-m co -
Ambassador to Japan. PresidentRoosevelt I domestic trouble there had certainly Dee. 15, 5.6CO Dec. 30, I
,7501Dee. !
has not only paid a graceful the lever with nliich Col.. Mann separates -, been Incompatibility temper In large .. 31, 6,6501 I J. R eve, J. $. Reese. W. DeC KactieR., M. Cary, I! tinucd; production Not ,

and deserved compliment to a some prominent people and 1 dose, and Mrs. MacDonald' !sodden W. A. D'Alemberte, T. A. Jennings, J. J. Hoot n. j, I for a few day' or ",',ch.
; 'representative southerner but has relieved -i their cash' or so much:of It as he hap- decision that Eleanor needed' continental Total for "the month.*......154,850). ) TRANSACTS J A GtSCEKAL! BANKING BUSIN S8.. :
niniself of an embarrassment.Mr. .!I pens to unto The question as to I : YOUR ACCOUNT IS RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED.. J. I but for every day nl the
Wright is a Tennesseean and a 1 whether not they will succeed In finish bad heen a mot welcomepeg ............."..'" >....MM.MMMK. ..... .. ., .... ., : fred will lat'la
tin's
on which to hang .the argument Average per day.. ....-....5,735'I ': year m
Democrat. Hs was appointed a memo| their effort makes the. case especially ,
: | The one great shock of Eleanor reappearance t KOTK in iplendid worli -
ber of the Philippines Commission by interesting. I a I
hereby 'certify that the above .
bad been the fear of thargument's ...
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I President McKinley on March in' No ca 4e has appeared in .th, courts M.Cary. =>> J..r. g capacity and YIor-
1500. On the organization of the Executive for a 1 hag! time that has created so: Immediatedislodgrnent statement incorrect this according to the, ,.,...... '-'.A.- -6J0'. -'. Sec'r.
records
file office. -
Department of Commerce and I much' Interest among what is known from Us! peaceful p.gof<<; pewtrality. on In WhotHate aDd KtUil DMIT,. I

Policed on September 1. 1S01. :\tr. as the rmart: set. The court room is: Eleanor gripped her gloves tIghtly. FRED A. SWEET, Steam, Domestic,, Anthracite

WrIght. was appointed its secretary,I filled daily with Its representatives= : i If only he 'ouletllk: a little,pleasant. Sworn to and. subscribed circulation: before Manager. I and Blacksmith' C .0' A' L j I SOLD IN THIS CTYS

In ,addition to his duties as a embr and the 'sparring of the counsel and: She plunjced ahead recjwly.| this me ." F. S. MELLEN &. CO.
Januar.1906. <
; I 1st day of
of the Commission. an incident witnesses is the occasion of much,t' "I didn't comeover alone, papa. I PERRY DICKE.V !I Office-No. 43 South Palafox street Telephone.! p*;. Pensacota, Fl I.

to the sickness of Governor Taft. then amusement.. brought Fanny with me. Mamma .si I Notary Public., !j Yard corner 'farragona and Gonzalez !tl! ts. .Phones" I 6; and 37! tit I I

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1 Miss Wils n's Hair : STEAMERS[ ,>-z ;,' THE' CHILDREN ENJOY --"if:.. '- .: -

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which they receive and the efforts which 'the '
they make, comes greater part of that. .
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4 '* .. ;: : r0' p'' i 1fi" healthful development which is so essential to,their happiness when grown. "When : 'a, '
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5 : stamer'Th I strengthen the internal organs on which it acts, should be such as physicians would .:'.:
having greatlv damaged the
...' -., engineers.whistled, to the bridge /1 sanction, because its component parts are known to wholesome and the remedy :; ;; 1 '

I II that water was pouring op' over thebjtae 11 itself free from every objectionable quality. The one remedy which physicians and J'-:1: .. .: ,

> Rf\1fE IT I 1 room plates:and, thej' were tint' ft parents, well-informed approve and recommend and which the little ones enjoy, {\';...; :..

able to stand bj their e-ngines. so fast because of its pleasant flavor, its gentle action and its beneficial effects, isSyrup'j' ?
dia the water rise in the) .
They and the firemen were engine driven room oof t f"'J of Figs-and for the same reason it is the, only' laxative. which., should be used by ,:/ '::.:"!' )1.

fleck, but before they were: ,drivea out : ..5t. r':' fathers andxmothers. ?".. C"?

", in answer to excited Singles) from toe 1 : ;. : Syrup of Figs is the only remedy which acts gently pleasantly and naturally ,)
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: sible bridge and they Captain:gave Johnson spE.'e'd"a5 turned noa the i! r' ? t without griping, irritating or nauseating and which cleanses the system effectually, r'- -
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vessel again toward 'the beach : lif :"':: without producing that constipated habit which results from the, use of the old- ;

As the Valencia was floundering A<- \ \,:! _.:. 4.'. time cathartics and modern imitations, and against which the children should b? so .::\..:.::...,'.'.:'.
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; result of her im!>act with the rock.1 ,t:'! I.1. /. carefully guarded. If you would have them grow to manhood and womanhood, ::1.i: "
Danderine Is So the only l possible chance to save those
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Exhilarating, oii bard was to put the vessel a nore .(;-...'"77't'. strong, healthy and happy, do not give them medicines, when medicines are not .> :. .t? ...

: Invigorating! again' with the hope, scant ihouan i L: ; ':. ;;; needed, and when nature.needs assistance In the way of a laxative give them only .....,. t I

: was, of landing (those on board on thc !' : :::; the simple, pleasant and gentle-Syrup of 'Figs. tH

'. ind !strengthening,;: to both ho. hair and rocky coast. Before she struck aga.t.1 ...'.,.. is < ..
: scalp that even I .' .i"- Its quality due not only to the excellence of the combination of the laxative Tj. .. .. ;
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a 2bc. bottle of It Is often CBougii to show wonderful Idprofenents. on the rocks, the engineers firemen
It at ones typa.rts a sparkling brilliancy !Iud alI below bad been riven above' l l-d;!: principles of plants with pleasant aromaiic 'syrups and juices but also to our 1-.-. } :"1

d and velvety softness to th c hair and a few weeks' UM! 11;)' the mrushing wflterft. and the s"a.>j I' (;(r- ", r original method of manufacture and as you value the health of the little ones, do )y, tl.O'1
:f t Will cause! new |hair to out all .
sprout over tbe ] acd
4 %'v Crow abundaritlylon: and beautiful. Use 11 sclp.every aay had begun to roll over the main deck J i iValer : ':; not accept any of the substitutes which unscrupulous dealers sometimes offer to ..... \
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for awhile after whioa! two or three naej: a week will \ was over the deck when thei, \ .l'-: increase their profits. Please to remember, the full name of the Company,4. i. 6u 1
be enough to complete whatever giowtu you desire. boats were lowered the lights being| .
extinguished by the flooding of the! \ 'fCAL11ORNIA FIG SYRUP CO.-is printed on the front of every package. In It /\ t :

: -' ._ -,-- --- -- engine room;before the work was coai'! .\1"t'' -; order to get its. beneficial "r-IS :.. l '

-3. 1,* menced I ;_"_.f<:''. ).. : ..:r. (.=I,.... effects it is always necessary -: 1.....\ ... l;
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t' $;' ? The logs: of life was awful when the : J'1 \. .. r' ''' '
k ... boats were lowered i !:,.(..';,...--r',".:.:. "",,...,. ,i_.....".....' ...'.-'" to buy the. genuine r-C \\,' o _...,['or.I' -_. />.) I.

: A Two boats filled with women and ,r\.".',- .\. :..:... .::. !' '.," ".-.':;'.;.".:.'..%. :-.'. only For ,,ale by all re- ...f.;"., -,[\?.. A\.f J J..:, 't') ..:.. .". ,
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children the
the side of .
swept'against l'1
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f fr'r; $.\ :.'.,\ : ; -.;.I ; -' liable druggists CgJ.: i. jjSfV'f' .J i"-/ "' 3tc
steamer, smashed ana complete! -.' \ : '
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NOW at all oniffpists, in three sizes 26 'cent.?, wreckedall those in the boats being| f.,... ,..;..:. :; U'.4.. .... .i-'"' ) r-J, ;..". .. \ ... .? : t.!";
; 50 /cents and $1OO per bottle.To swept into the'sea.and drowned. I. ..!; t.f:... --:--:...,.,! ;r.y J \: r '-'.. -r.l. : ; .p";
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,'l I ) FREE Vessel! Struck Suddenly. ; :'. 1' : ; ::;:. ...-;: : '.1 ( ..'

Latest : any one who. will sends send this.a .large adrertisemeuL"to sample free by ihe return Knowlt0n mail to .from Victoria Cape Beale B; C ,states:Jan. :that!4.-A'when special'the '... ?' <( '{.:.;.;.;. ,, :! .rl ; 1 "if } '; :;:':=:: :,: f". !' :3S t' ':.:. \ :{ {:: :: ,.J-'\i......:': U1'

Miss! Carrie Wilson Photograph 3728 of DanderfaO Co., Chicago, vrith tlreir flame and address steamer.: Valencia left San Francisco at ":: '.::j Ul fe: f J i ; ; fi : ; '.'.; ) f
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Chicago. and ten cents in silver or stamps to pay postage.: 11 a. m, Saturday the' weather was \.. :... -::-.:-../- : d" -'i.- 1 : '

cjieai.. but .since has_ been thick. anl\ .... ; ''''' : :- f .
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'rlf1t1i t ?H : Chicago oa Derby: Dav will be product X'f.
of the steamer thought they were near 1
I on il\,* stage here to-nght.: with Vmatilla reef }lightship when the ve*>- \: "" :. : ,. f't: : :
all :the .comple I I AMUSEMENTS on (0"i: _" -.T:: \: ) ..
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during its New York run I coast. Soundings' had been taken.thirty !\.f -::. ......!............. : : ..._.,- .....'....,.-: -\... : ,. ..,.. "". fl"
and ,whi.u\ prompted the late Hon ; "'- \ .'"'- '..
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having secured t ,. .
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I Whitney to say: : Checkers 131 few minutes before the teasel! struck. <- .. ?--f-. .. r .

, w***** *###**.* e' th,> finest" racing play It have ever' When she hit the rocks her engines l :. ...-J i;}. i.....:..... .1 2 t. ,.-) J': .... J r
seen I w-ere reversed and the steamer succeed. '- .. iA

Last Nights Play. ,: gets to the real climax of tho.plav.l i I ..-.- ,! en tn backing off into deep wat.T: -. '---1- i '
I \ m'v hakesp'arean star has apra I As for )'lr. Griffith's support, very Gooding's Orphan Boys' Band. ;I| She immediately began to nil, and 'so 'a
''>(1-John Griffith-who last! night : litle can Le said With one exception. Pra'i llarrj Goodmg( as a bandleader quickly that the engineers and firenvn Jfew Year's pa .'the \!lr.k I "READTHIS'ADVERTrSEMENT.ESTABLISHED .

a' "ct Kir:; Richard the Third to one that of Wra., C \ndr&ws who plays s'jids tae equal) of the great were driven from the'engine room :tnd .t..1nall; ages and 'all;lands ninth to- N

..' tnt' msllest audiences and certain, '. tde dual role 'of the Earl of Richmond band l lm \ihrs' of the pr 'ent time and I the only chance"to save the lives of portanee has attached"'to' Jerr Tear '

.1' coatUst house' of. th- present and the Duke of' Buckingham the bal. th; philanthropic concert given under : anyone' on \board! was' to drive the 4>y. In Egypt the hew year' fell b*- I
-a nnM ane? of th* cast is decidedlyJielpw the hi* 'PN' IJr.t. wr.cton'! by the Orphan''r'vessel ashore. When the alt survivors weentheVth'. the 20th .of June
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: 1>" filth is new. .it kMst in this! I I[a\erai3 and some ,'of them ..\.i and'was called toe:"night.of the drop
) ar of ''f' coUntrbut his conc p-; even than that; event in kca! 'inusical c'rcles! Thi the Valencia she 'Wa B> lym headon tu; I
:The saeredtfek aS' thought to ftyv '
V ..n if 'V great Shakespearean char- The "lou e laat night was \vretcheJlv program as> planned for Ibis years' the jpq, and/ u.s f iftbout,4thirt> yards ; !
.' 'It'r whichi. assumas U one that '' cold Manv pecpl sat through the tour.v3s. promlsq of eyen surpa4Ing >I from ,the high .blurt' on shore with -Re down' froa bel".t81ld! at its }lowest OLD FASHIONED

*!'p, ak8!. lothtuoem; and actor of no play with thEir'O'ercoat! !; and cloaks ;all iievtoua endeavors.. Throughout -I water,above,her ;main deck. Wlit ebb-about"aejinidate''of! June, --a. tar ti

I iean ;Wmir Jim <'s. Heis i not on and men' could not lk?,n warm,> : 'the rtgramme is gi>ea an appropriate were left of the passengers; ,. a larj from.Ieis' f elf in to the strem'and cau!< WM I SKIES
: }1' 'o'J: hOT Barrett, nor even LouisA 'There sboald: be no'xc se for'this andit fcelection of music, the music 110 mtterhavtng,been, previously drowu- ed It to rUc. Coawg.uently at"tbir." tU tl. f
l ei',were huddled :bn: the sa-loon deck. son the,prk t*and people kept a sleep-

When.th(''boaf.$ were.lowered soon af--I less :'v1,1l'4,the river's shore, watching

tet...tneJressel "b :driven into ,tho, for" -to.?.ralrBftuious, :$b#. ,which should FULL A LOGICAL APPEAL TO YOUR INTELLIGENCE.We .

". sti re- sr- san'io nil, 'and there was bVingvsuch riches to"tb*'ivhole land ,
a: great loss of liTe 1 The boats flllvd When thtt.i'ltilbt of the drop**:came the We believe .vxv M.vv will gnage his purchase of .

with wvnen and children: :wt're'sm :. {}- priests! _clear J".tbe' .ltars'of old ashes "0 LO RYE" Whiskey thronyh an intelligent regard for his health.
" et* :against the side of the steamer andall OR'e KNOW that ANY man is TOO intelligent to buy imitation i
in: them..were lost. The. lights had and lighted tt&esaeredSres!! for the new whiskey after he discovers he has ')been "'il'

:4 V4C one'odtjoy-this, tImer Several boats year* 'EveTbnp. ft the' faithful .car, 4 4FULL "tricked." The crusade against adulterated articles ;'
.. and three, ilie aft5were .lowered ried'a' ceaKfroiJjvtlie; altar to.'ligbt the of.food and drink has been so pronounced that the I.,

Only two of them" have been heard ,fire- *t nls r ow| 'n< rth, .and from end I "OLDCORIT' buyer has learned the importance of investigating 4 f

: fioni! ;,. There were..thought to be aooat ((o end'th laad'wa ablaze with light THOROUGHLY before accepting the claim of any t R
tk i :: one' hundred persons :till on the the 'peoPla'putoff their old garmentsand WHISKEY I dealer. We CHILLEHCB investigation. You can't ttl

wreck. and the survhorp who reached arrayKi JiemjeiTe. In white .Expr s Prepaid be too critical u>suit us. Our Famous! Old-fashioned t
Cape 'Rt' le say at least .fifty weie; anointing'thwr 'beads" vtth 'sacred oil. to a.; Whiskies are far removed from the possibility of criticism =
; p ; % before point in the They are as pore a. Nature own i.;re4*.nt* can
rji1'; Browned; alongside the steamer I crowning tKemseh-es"'with flowers and South read EiBkethem. and tactr AGED ty TIME. Thrynre WILLOW: .
they) left. The boatswain and five avgifctants 1 in 'then 'hands while bv So.. or PALATABLE MEDICI-AIXT PVtB, No hou- ; were senf to Cape Beak for : bearing 'palms ...Adam Lines with>uUMI11. Skipped ia plala unmarked package. All I'
chants and song. &nd feasting and pro Banks and Com Amende and bsoreas Com endorse u.. Our
$ to 1 o'clock efforts to
assistance Up ce ions fll'ed the homes $ ataolue reliability is a household word. Remit by Ezprosor
,- secure further details from Cape Beale 3 4 0 P.O Moner Order or Eichame current In Atlanta.'
, I of the wreck of the Valencia have A trial order make a permanent customer

j been unavailing Thiee !steamers are Cured; His Mother of Rheumatism. I THE R, M, ROSE COMPANY, ATLANTA, GA.J .
>10J, their wav., The steamer Queen Mf- mother has been a sufferer fo!
City: ';whieh left here early this mornIng many '>ear from rheumatism," ea'vt i''I J % W

,. passed the wreck without sighting W H. Howard, of Husband Penns>lvania -

ber:. The veat1ierwas_ thick at that "At, times she was unable tc:;I't I! ,,

tme.! Captain Townsend, of the move at.. all.. while at all times walking _ '
I Queen Cit'telegraphe'd from Battle- was painful. I presenter her with
field Creek asking he would return a bottle of Chamberlain's Pain Balm!
.to the wreck but was ordered to proceed '
she decided -
few
7t I and after: a applications }
: on his way. Other steamers are wonderful
It was\ the most pair
"a / t? .i 'to 'i I Vr, ,the waj Captain Townscnd reported -reliever she had ever tried; in fact
'I : the wind was ',featlj IncreasIng 'H
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she is never' without it now'and is al!
rIihiiiIii.t: from the southeast, wl-h: a nasty iJl! times Ms towalk. An bccasiona tH
: : l'if'a'' running near Cape Scale which he
.. I application cf 'Pain Balm keeps awaithe
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iinun I pain that she wa formerly troubled !

< '- with:" For sale' b all druggists It n

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"- :' : { #:il .; r' iHorrible' .Iq certain parts of 4Ibeln Russia the children Itching Scabby Skin Bone Pains Swellings

' ; .. .. : .: ;> at Oiristmas playing i
'. '\ ,. .,.,t', } L -f a pranks that are as odd as they are I Iamusing I If you hay acbel heals all Reabs Scales,Eru\tton.Ic f7.
'J;: ';: ',: ',: ..;;., .. "' ;, .:'" : Chief'among'their drolleries .: and pains la bone,. r Blister, by glvtagpurehea1thylood. M .
back and Jolnti.Itching affected: parti.Bnppnrfttlnr :
Is that,of disguuing themselves as anl- j t1 BcobbjrPkln.

r SCENE FROM "CHECKERS" AT THE OPERA HOUSE, TONIGHT It 'is horrible to think of the I trials and In the assumed costume of -.as bot.Bwoilen. Blood Glands feels, i CANCER i

wild beasts disporting themselves lUfinn and Bumps
- that if' weather' ; that is popular and dear to tljepopl : PAIN and suffering which '10 through the neighborhood. As many -I on the Skin MucusPa.toht'S RweUtDgsEstln Sores, T3morv.ugly .' -
the
fame*. out hp i;; nevertheless the postp -. is .tol, >o, !hoped r I I'I above pictures la Xoutb. '
The
tonight th-;' ? of all countr;es, Its: 'a mighty skins as possible are 'secured, and in I 8or Throat I"ttn.Belmwilldoomak1ocu. Ulcen. B R 11.heals the sorei .;
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>wr ot an histrionic Jhiliivhrh", : does nor rioderals ) 'I people endure, all. because JwhatB5.n3cB1c0i or worst cancer perfectly It you hare
), 1 least concord if SWet sounds challenges many these the leading: boys Are dad.01\"<'5 I .. le.Onpper.CotoredI ,
r" : -t! mak" him' a nam f'Outl l '0 opera ho'i '' hhovelsfull} of coal comparison only where ; know of or fail to bean ostrIches'en. areTPp 'Hentf'fL I blood: pan and rich.hIpoti.Ulcenonanypartof .take Blood Balm and they vui disappear "
'i- donU
cMJiparison
at'er'! diul second pos2iib1)! tu those see tha: a [!vv mora they, ; i- before they develop Into Cancer.' ;
", 'tif' into I the! furnance Fifty ; ran possibly:exist: All :of the bays gather In one. party. body Hair or Eyebrows falling oat,take
fjrliar .
da arc put Botanic Blood Balm (R.B.B.) Is pl &I. r:
Gi. . ,,ud ,, it should be heated"Checkers" ; the ,opera Lous- to-morrow night. forming 'a.train for the escort and dis and most dMp Hated (or *),Jyoaj' Compo 4 of Pure BotAnlaInrreUlftnts. '
of house wont
p "ei'. and :at times he rises h*>:ai the as. and pain wears out cure the Ktrenstheo \V ak Btoov*
.. I I- Some Meals all or stops all aches and ; i
. of the pseudo menagerie cases
th. powerful climaxes: of the ]Wrt I -- play reduce all swellings,makes Mood acbs, caret prspopsla. Price Si par
,1\ .Jln omplcteness Uut leaves; little To-Night.Caecker MANY NEW SUITS '! the brain and nervous system, act a; keepers holding thejr1 di gai!!ed rains pure and condition.Old rich changing. the body lnvoetealthy > large cared bottle.when right Take.quantity. directed.letskkv It not*.,

--! .0 f1 ,1'sirf't1.l l but he either spends coming to town, In companions cbrek. whije) others startle saucy refunded. Cample pent FreJwritlngBloodBaimOo.AtIant.a.Gs. 7 ;.t.
1:111".lf: t is WERE FILED YESTERDAY"The and wrecks your physical quirt of the. night by rude Rheumatism (tUrrhi Eczema, Scrofula DB- -
m th first part: of the play ormiole I I which ths! soon .the
cities in trouble and pedal free
all ofho bIg caused by Poison la the Blood. B.B.B scrttxe your xaedl Ii!:.
to( r,'ach th! cumulative eff i iince Jts 'initial strains drawn from harsh and primitive are liawkingand Splttlns. Itching and cal dvie. to cult your: cee, aljo teat la
.. play hJi; .:en sseri foltowlngnevsthita > file, end stops .
w(I'e mental .aWde"
( wht1: the latter part calls for. reason: before last, It has powers. tnuslcallnstrnmenu.: Torches are tiCratch1ng; cure.Kheumatlian, Catarrh; : ti
: production ijesterdav: ;'n the.ofllcof the cUrk ofI .
He III laflnifh stronger in the scene :', practically the unauinious\ 'commendation the circu't court ':.No need to suffer if you will ; borne, and hi the fitful light. opposed .
*h.ri- oe murderg Kin? Henry than, of the ,"and the.i.mmen K an i I by black shadows the ceDe is at once ii.oYonTakf .
-h !'a..tad. -nheie he offers **M> 'diences wUch press! have. atndei every: GH J U; Bedts. Chas. II, Turner, only use this great modern cure' grotfsqu; and .vivid.ChamberUln'a '.
"In damages $7,500\ R. P. Reess attorney I
idorn for a horse" "He seems toe &athsftn ; --- '
g-4lO5ti- !
'i'4\" his energy beforbe : peformaace t fnarI for plalntifl' "- for pain absolutely safe, sooth '
iictustrd ,
: proof that: itUais fcnmJ equal I Cough Remedy Abso- ,

;: I With. tht nblIe. 'bf10e. 'and'I ':.City? Man f"1'JpstolI.,\\i'cox!!; .and a municipal B- J. Wijeo: ,corpor.vs ing, curative and healing. lufly l Harniess. R,
i UK ; I II
Chekers" $ .Mniossom ation Henrv s ; '
lianiatired from Used internally or externally :., /
iWAYs. luck : ,
Injurious substances.I ma.l&rla. _
ASK FOR"HOSTETTERS"( 'I Jr'b bock pf t tieliIfltC: name.; a torn'}. fwr plaintiffs! cine I iIts
Hans Roberv-whom; the .wanageineTthas I 'Molha Oeorse \'s. Dave George, bll* it goes.like lightning to the seat ; I sometime which more -ttrer disastrous are suffering than toe Don't Do It. It'. Danf eroo*. J.

I fora'narelj' jeLuwd plays: : the UI -I for. div;.orc\; C. H.- .).1ton" soIJcltor[ (or''I the dlsase mother from should know\ that Chami I admit will'core malaria,'hit it leave* t _- -
and by allaying
sasonand has scored a complainant ? trouble, Every !
I tU! role t'i! !s berlain's Corph Rcmely Is ,perfectly .
8>1 in th :safest and most re- hit, Mary K Hurd Lemuel lIurd, bll: i '
b-ci i deciJed vs | inflammation, it drives out the sat for Children' ta .tax!. It contain
: ,. emedj' ever compounded for Tn rest of; .th e com pan>: numbering I i for dlvorc?: C.. H. ,Alston, eolicitor, \ for' harmful and for coughs, coHs: HERBINE.NI1

\\1 lmnts of the Stonaeh, Liver Imanv; ;xplQr. the origInal' orsaniza! complainant, i ii real canse of all painfnl sickness :I nothing ,i.s. ypsurpasseS: ',For:.sale by Iw
and croup
and Bowels and the one Jhat is hack- tion so far athe! chIef members ar-; i Dave roster vs. Ella }.Footer bill for i : "
j all
f1 rfcord of cures. I and quickly makes yon perfectlywell. ) : drygrwts. _. abeoiut.e11 t88d
a phcnomttna I, concerned: : divore-j; C II. Alston solicitor for I' 10 porelr TegeUbk and '

t Chief -raooff his:support are Katharine .A1c!! compla:iiant. '. ., :: Price- 50 cents and $1.00.. '. NOTICE. to cure uu&rit sick headache.. b_._)UDe8It LItIt\\
nlckiQ.: : .
| MulklniLydIa Tourtsts' Club will and all stomach;kidney and liver ccmplai&tB.TKT
HQSTETTER'SSTOrv1AC" il Ella Hooton Ac Watson vs Geo. IL-Gre mn; The Puifacola _
I :Martin Mvra ilae Reynolds. afternoon at 3 tfock In '
:' mv Brt-, daoiasres $200; Blount & BlounL attornejs Fully guaranteed. meet Friday : rr' TO-DAT.
Will'ard ,
BITTERS i Sothern Charley .. for plaintiffs J the Cblm>r of Commerce rooms. Sal-
; ham. Jr.. Wallac-/:: Cooief.W r'8Jer' The, ;snatlonal H- Thos. C. Watson &, Co.. \1;. GPO, W_ i For sale recommended b j"WHITE'S I llsbury, nu'ldl g. Members and all 50_Cent, *. Bottle.< AJI.DrvI gIate. :
O'aude! be ifrb3ent..
anl to
'iu entire: sjstem strong and Clark Ulked-o! racetrack Tnrton, bill for foreclosure' (leas:;; :1 PHARMACY tourl(:s:;re .rpqne' ; ed -
much- -
.. and thc | cures I Indigestion, end; pr.s"'Dting the betting. Blount & Blount. attorneys for. .plain I i Pensacola. Fla. '' .- C. B Vleo.PrnldenL; LEWIS I I 'ALL' DE ALEJIA.V. .
DYfepaia.Costiveness Heartburn; Fe-i' acete r Park J lui4. .I li Ug I Phone 180, fiight Phone 448. wed.thurs frl
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1; t PEOPLE EVENTS $ ; I r Hot(':*; ,;' )i I, COTTAGE HILL I THE: :'"DODGING PERIOD"of


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Chocolate 'Spe'clal to The Journal. I

Cottage Hill, Jan. 24.-A telegram ,,
I Seen Heard and Done Among Those Who Go Come and : .11 r reached here" yesterday from Mr. H.,, a woman's life, is the name often given to the,"change of life"
'
r with .. Bucher, of, Lisbon, la., giving the sad'' Your mensss come at long intervals, and grow' scantier until they
:
; news of' the death of his son Howard
Tarry < Women and Society Here. and Elsewhere I 'to. Burner, who died in Des Moines_ Hos:( stop. Some women stop suddenly. The entire change lasts threeor

Whipped '4 pital on Jan. 21. He made many four''ears.and _it is, the cause of much pain and discomfort,
r:. :: 2c ;: friends here while at the home of Rev. '
which can however, be cured, by taking
.
(By E. NCLUE BECK.. Telephone 669. -. g \ \v.J. Hahn two years ago this winter: .
Cream Mr. Gorge Nichols is working for '

"- _. _. _. _nn_ __..______' \.:: ;SUSUS Mr. Finch. '

., .t .'** Mr" W. t.. Hahn and daughter MIS.SJ!

O'CONNELL.TOUART and dainty .:wal". -trya Julia were,in the city on business. last.I L J CARDIJI!
: CARDS ARE OUT. The Jo rJJol's Daily. Fashion Feature cup Mi.aY and we'll I I week. :

I The following Invitations !have been (: wager >oull'drop., again Quite a number of Pensacolians:: ,

: L received bt friends of Mr Touart and to-morrow. Only pur I were in our Tillage Sunday; among II )

Ublz' flancre. Chocolate: used and with ( them the' following Mrs" W. I* Hahn 1 1t.

: >Ir. and: Mrs John J. Counell I the "kaowljow" in :prepN t.and sister 'Miss I.ois Iloulette. Miss. Woman's Relief

Invite )'ou to .aration the product is hot ( Arlon! Mr. Chns Bean Mr. W. 'H. : -
..
...
: be present at the nwrua&e of. their : drink perfection. Morgan, Mr. ,Adams ana' Mr. Bennett
. daughter Mary Louiseto '- : I l .Mrs. J.A Leese returned to the city' ;
r ;
; :t {; ". It quickly relieves the pain, nervousness, Irritability. miserable-!
; with Mrs L. Halm\
; W. :
,. Mr Georgo Touart ."" ron "- I' .t 'I -i::: ),; We are very much delighted that! : ness, forgetfulness. fainting, dizziness, hot and cold flashes,
,
3J! I \\1- -I .
weak'I'I
,Wednt sda)'. January the u irtv'.am II ( Mr. Egbert BeaU and family of P."i- ness tired feeling etc. Cardui:; will bring you fsaely '
nineteen hundred and six --i\\ ? Kandy Kitchen : Cafe, :: sacola hare again moved to the! Hill. .
at four thirty o'clock :. 'f ". ; ConstableV.. II. Smith has been ': "dodgirg period and build up your strength for the rest of your life.

Saint Micabl's! Church 'o' II I I quite busy of late. At all druggists in $1.00 bottles. Try it. .

Pen ..ioJa. Fla. :, ,".. II ''t,. f 104 S.Palafox. Phone 999 ,' Mrs. W. II. Finch is on the ,sick list ,

:r'- Reception ". ,: ., I at this writing. I

..1". from eight! until teu o'clock : / ...... .., :.::H.II : .. Mr. Matties and family have moved'iu WRITE USA LETTER "EVERYTHING. BUT DEATH
... Cate's houses. I
. r. between I one of Dr.
at home.
: was freely and !'anIdY.telUng us all jour .I I suffered," writes Virginia Robson
t. .. Mr. sumelster: of Quintette
r Oliva and Cedar Streets '. ;. \k1'' WHY NOT HAVE PIANO? here Monday. troubbs. We will send Free Advice (in of Easton Md.. "until took CarJui, I
-+--
Sun- plain, sealed envelope). Address: La' which cured me so quickly it surprised
S. CARD PARTY FOR .; Last Sunday was Rev. J. Becks dIes'MvisoryDept.,Chattanooga: iny doctor, who didn't know I was
GU'ESTJ day tc preach but owing to the unpleasantness '
} MISS CHAFFEE'S Li : ( Your family crave It-and possession '' : 'of the weather b.3 failedto Medicine Co.:, Chattanooga, Term.. taking it."

Hiss Adele Clara Chffee entertained I,; 'easv. The, Clutter Murc appear. -
last from 3 o'clock with
evening a
.: House has accomplish wonder3 in The first quarterly meeting will beheld --
I' delightful card part complimentaryto the and of'pia.- the 28th of this mouthat
possession enjoyment f 27th. and
her attractive guest IMiss Erma .
i nos in the liom >8 *hit'a,faw yens agtf i I the M. R church. : BEAUTY- I
Ala
Clara Greenville
Ellis of ,
. There were five tables of merry j ;. II'would have been appalled: at tholthought I|I Mrs Dr. Adams and :-aatfjhter Nviia IMPROVE AND PRESERVE YOUR
ti undertaking l'u h'nn invest are visiting her grandmother M-S::
players, and the first prize a hand
painted plate was won by Miss Daisy ment. Our policy has hElped in fwo'j I Walters. USB:
\va-3-! has se ured and places iu![
Golay.. MiSs Macla>' won the booby I NADINE FACE POWDER
your home worthy pianos at unusually I MRS CLEVELAND WILL
miniature deck of cards Mrs. F. '
.
low p-ico and inaugurated the REMAIN IN CITY THIS WEEK
IS V 'Riffghani won the consolation a pay I> GaLES BOXES OM.T
I when like! ." Les. Mrs,Cleveland will remain at Hotel
of yuIi Kranich & Bach
;| lovely picture a "Spanish dancing SUPERIOR IN QUALITY HAKMLE! M
i fl,|; girl"which she very gracefully presented tar Mehlin. Clutter; and Newton are Southern all this week and' ladies are WATER.
panos: with enviable record for high Invited to call. Consulation is free on
<
:! to MIsS Ellis the honoree. .
: Face Powd r is compounded and
all matters of health Come upstairs; NADINE
Miss assist. quality and worth.
Chaffee was charmingly: : ; by a SEWLV: pi-covrHr PRO
I ed !In entertaining by her mother Mrs CLUTTER MUSiC'HOUSE.Penaacola. gee her card on door. ccf*. Produces a b.snt'tuI, soft Trlvrtr anpe -
iL ranee, which remains until wa.ha off
John G. Wood her sisters Mrs John l Fla. : ,, : I Ladies who use Nadin Fa Powder in rreri
; I* Creary and Mrs. Floyd A. Manker boxes are sure the complexion will be frh
And lovely at close of the evrDing THE
of Indianapolis. Inn'The ,
\. OLIVESpecial ii QUALITY C5UQUALED Buy one to cent
guests were Mrs James B t ? example in promptness, said Squibb package oa4 if you are nut entirely b&u.1\1\
D. Roberts of Birmingham. Ala, Mrs\ ) kind 1)'. "I'll start right, in now myself l notify us. an., we will promptly REFCSD
\ T : By the *.ai. \ 'where. are ,my YOUR MONEY
T. Welles
R Mrs F. F. Bingham. -- SoU bj leading druggists, or maiL Pnr U(
Mrs Harry Gibbs, Mrs. FVank Marstou, things? rents White,lesh.! .Pink.Brunett
to The Journal.
Miss Daisy Clara Golaj, :Miss Edna "Here they .are
Olive. :Uan. 24.-Our ]little town Is'gettin Prepared byNafional
Golay, Miss Katharine Wentworth "Put the shirt studs'in one, will I
you? And- r-by,the ,.this ttes8 to be more like New York Toilet Co. Paris, Tenn.
J 31I iSs Ellie Wentworth Miss Ruby wa) '
Johnson Miss Mamie Ward, MissGlad)8 suit Is rather rumpled; I must hav*I every :nay We have now in our 'HNADINOtAiRt. Sold in Pensacola by aU leading drnegjt:

! Davenport, Miss Mac- tossed in about hi the' drawer. You I neighborhood a little saw mill, which .
Jay Miss Lillian Gladden Iad'ge, Miss Eliza ", are rather handy at those things Hen has improved our town greatlj.Mr :..,............ ...........e.......&................

': beth Clara Rogers and Miss Florence rietta; can't you press. "it into some I D- M. Merntt left to-day on the
r tort of shape!" Mobile train for Atmore where he is
Haley.A .
called to .the bedside of his mother,
S "All right dear. *
delicious salad course with coffee i Graceful Parlor Pieces 1
\ras charmingly served. "And while you are at it fix the t who is very low.
. Horseback riding is the
) Miss Cnaffee wore a smart frock pearls in ru\ shirt front. Goodness! I I I popular

". of white serge and :Miss Ellis wore wish >oud chase up m)" cuff links sIOrt.nowadays. Mrs. Alice Creightonand *

; cream Panama over white silk. Mrs. Squibb flew_'around with deft L I brother Mr. Robert Merritt and : Our .new parlor furniture is smart, cf endless variety' and :
-4-- and wIlling hands 'gathered the. mascu :Mr. Will Smith, spent a very pleasant vew serviceable. particularly noticeable feature is

; A FAMILY REUNIONMr. line aparel togetbe while] Squibb: evening on Sunday last riding and that the Jess expensive pieces possess: much of the same !
*, looking] at the country.:
"" Oliver I IJ'. Semmes' home was 5 calmly dressed .himself: ;In the Inter-; style finish and artistic workmanship: of the more exp
t '-- the scene of a yery happy gatheringen ---:- If '._l. vals of his rapid.fire, directions.r"Goi t. We wonder what is so 'attractive to :?n'ive' pieces! You can bur it with the pajitive: a*>su' 0
Mr. Jodie Creighton. He seems to
' Sunday_ when, he entertained at a THE FITTED PRINCESS' WRAPPER. _, ni)- top fix hat? he asked Good :-:0pleas'e \" i have special business over at Pine I ance that it is thoroughly i'el;able, throughout, no ma;. *
and
timer ai :2: OCIOCK. n oemg me nr'i I ". my necktie .why-er-I. Forest. S ter how. low or high priced it may' be. Buy now, pay *
' time in nine years that he has hal' A pretty challis makes this comfort' pointed joka of lace is used for the I 1 > later v :
|4j,- his fire children with him at the santa able and -Ightly house gown, which front, his edged with velvet ribbon I'I ervSquibb gasped in surprise, looked I, Miss Maggie Owsley spent Saturday .

time. 'Ihe dinner v\a a merry one, ma)' ba fashioned either with or with topping a !ace full The sleeve is of t at thq clock hands,, which pointed t.ol ana' Sunday last in Pensacola.Mr. 4

with the ready wit of Mrs E. S. Cols out a filled lining. The back sets th3 loose pagoda pattern,.,flaring'-widely : [eight, and then surged the _flvariedLttle I 1 Billie Hoyt last was a pleasant visitor i .iY1AR$TON & .QUINA
here
ton, Mrs. Percy Finlay, Mrs. Raphael l closely jo the figure while the full at Ute wrist. and finished on the woman' I Sunday *
fronts are adjusted with a ribbon belt, edge with "Goodness'!" he slid !\n fine scorn I ,
iT; Mrs the same
Semmes Esther Colston Mrtf ribbon as mates I t
\- Edmond PendJ ton Games. Dr. M. T.I that is caught into the side S"-eam*. A : the smart "sash, that ties In front. I "Aren't you dressed yet7 ,Well if thatIsn't I t 108/110 S. Palafox St. Phone 148. Pensacola: Fla. :

Gaines, !Mr Oliver Semmes of Pen- : I Record just Herald.like 'a woman'Chlcago, II JAY Ii I :+.+.e.8..+... +........*+.......+.....++.+++..*..+.:

t eacola and }Ir. Rapnael Semm of predecessors succeeded in doing. :, I ] ___ _ ,_n,_'_ ,
served
Camden to make it sO.-Moblle Reg-- While including milk punch, ice -+-*-- a ;__ -
"'
'
her I
Jster. regretting resignation. cream, fruit salad an& cake I The Osceola Club will give a; dance I II -
the patrons of -.500") will join cordially The next .meeting: will'be with Mrs. I Wednesday; night Jan. SlJ ) .
l -+- I Special to The Journal. New
iANOTHER CHIEF OPERATOR Friends with in Miss wishing Murphy's her many personal Clyde Wilson. : >',*:t q ,2 i) Jay Fla., Jan,24,-Mr. '}. D. Bryant Five Tables
every happinessthat Rev. T.1.. Ctfllovyay! of Tallartega, Brunswicke-Balke
LEAVES TO BE MARRIED. made a flying trip to Milton
Miss Genevieve Murphy, chief wedded life can. bring her LA FRANCE ROSE WEDDING! I Ala. is expected to reach this- city 'Saturday Mr..Hurst of Pensacola, is now keep, EoW'
OV:=- MISS MARY anti'will'.pr ch'n the First Ing books for P ON L Everything Up.to-Date.
operator for the local exchange of EXCELSIORS MET WITH CHAFFIN Bryant Hardee & Co.
church :, ,
Baptist on Sunday morning
Iani
: the Southern Bell Telephone Company MRS. A. M, MCMILLAN.The AND MR. PAUL CLARK. "1 : Mr. Ed. Hogeboom is here in "''it
evsmug 14 Ease Government Street.PARLO'RS' .
: resigned that position and left Excelsior Flinch had a pleasant The interest of The eJournal. He will re- .
: the office last night. On Wednesday' afternoon beautiful, old-timey resiaence of: |turn to Pensacola via Chumuckla. '
'with Mrs. McMillanWedneaaa
Angus Mr. J. A. Chaffin !I The : J. A. BILLINGSLFV: pro-
was i in a rosy glow Baptist Misionar Societj will I
Several
new buildings !
Jan. 31 Miss Murphy is to be married. )-. : are gong u>>
I throughout last night for the -wedding'of meet this afternoon at 3:30 o'clock at
.
Miss Murhpj has been with the local There were five tables of .=-_
players his here..Mr. > -------
daughter Mary and Mr. the residence of Mrs. W. D Chip1eynorthwest -
Pau I t Dunsford had
exchange for more than four years, for whom Miss Rulalie Hutchinson Clark a bjg. logrolling .
of --- -- --- --' '--
has held the office of chief Washington D- C. corner Bajlen and Belmont. (o-day.:
and opera- scored. the score cards being pretty
; tor for the last ten months. her two white hearts decorated. with Gibson The entire lower floor was'thrown I' HIS CHRISTMAS SLKivtUrx.. I IAn -
open to the friends bidden to the The friends of Mrs S. R. Johnsoiregret
; each --- --
predecessors marrying on'yui heads.
I wedding ana:: thespacious' tolearn that she is quite ill.and
; rooms were .1
: seven months after their promotion. One new member Mrs. Raymonl 1 1 NEVER INTENDEDMan Aged Wayfarer AVho Taught
radiant with La France roses r'i has been for ten dajs, at her real!
andmany 1 1I .
phe making the third chief operator i Walters welcomed and Prevents Carafe Contentment.An :
was
among the i pink shaded lights. There.was' AIT'Ofusion ; denoe'25I E. Gregory. the Intent of Provi fTh'Blend
4' who has married in less than a year I visitors were Miss Lott> Rice of]I of dainty La France roses I -4- dence. English clergyman declares that ,

: and The a half.position is I Century, Miss Daisy McAllister and:'..Iu garlands and clusters which beauti-I Ii i Miss Blanche F. Pfej1'Cer'ot Cincinnati L- -We do not believe-that Providence the best Christmas sermon be ever i!
certainly a trying her Miss '
guest Miss
Johns. Maude
I ful idea prevailed, even the refreshments -i arnverf! last evening 'en a. fisH which placed in heard was preached by a woaiin-and
and the to us a world filled with .
one joung men seem appreciate Duncan. Miss Mayme Willis Duncan, .
the advantages of securing ai Miss Eulalie Hutchinson and Miss being served m the form of[,to Mrs. Dave Dapn elss r. i ir countless delights ever intended that I in three words: I i and

wife wHo can keep sweet during such I Townsend of Troy Ala. those exquisite flowers. ,t r : we alug\ ourselves bring on disease "lu my little parish, antler the swepp j it
Discipline. as Miss Murphy ana her I After the game a sweet, course Rev, Julian S. Sibley of the First.1 :\Ir. .Tonn G Wood has returns 1 |j land live cheerless unb.ar.py; and pain I the Sussex,downs," be says, "I was :
was
Pr'sbyterlan'church read the mariiaze:",t!, from a successful weeks' business tnt[)'! filled! 'lives. walking swiftly Lome one night buffeted ,

--- .. -, I ceremony. the bridal procession enter, t,) 1'ash'iIleTenn., j On the contrary' the joys of each about. }' the gray clouds of driving ; TheFiavor I Iare
ed
the drawing room at half day should
past r make us'look forward wisp rain that the fierce sju'wetter swept :
L I eight to Mendelsohn's wedding march I Miss Archie Cooaraaa's friends will pleasant I anticipation to the coming of laudvranl from the sea when! a poor j
Flayed' by Miss Cora Mallory on the I ba pleased to learn,.that she is now i the next; without health this is mi.
violin and 'Miss Mildred nderson 011; up from' an attack 'of'la grippe possible. helpless, aged woman asked me for a what makes good tf*

I I the piano, who rendered "Good Night"j < f We have, to an extent: the power, trifle for a night's lodging or coffee and It Is juSt: is

The Big StoreGreat 1 rNeiin, during the ceremony.' j 1 f.i: "The Blue Ribbon Fravpr"' is 'in,I to 'command that health. 'Curates are uuppoued always to bcj, cheap and a great li l )

r First came the maids. Miss Josephine -' stantlv 'recognizea:.* as Perfection. Ask;:: A lady writing from Meadville, Pa.. por. It was Cbristmat time and Ij I more satisfactory to hare

I' Chaffin sister of the bride; and:your grocer for Blue Ribbon Vanilla,. says that for, 20 years she was a grei! bad jutP:1rted.: with my last sixpence I| tlie proper I lend and she

I' Miss Daisye Hjer lovely .in gowns of Goes twice! as far and gives desserts ijsufferer} from headaches (which were. at a lonely hamlet where work wa- ', right kind of flavor ao

I I sheer Prance white roses.oi' andy, and carrying- L>i the "Blue Ribbon Flavor," i i frequent. and ,confined her to her bealfor24 scarce. Still I conld not( leave m.r i iI have something; >els>e. W*

: I hours at a time) and kidney ftrant"r iu the street:. ao I asked berj I sellChase
I The flower feirl. little MN Laura,I l CONUNDRUM TEA. :troubles ,that she ; .
;
employed
Sale Now GQing On. I Delta Clark niece of' the bride from numer I to conic: with jue.to my lodsmgs
!ous physicians
Columbus Epworth league of Gadsd!n M.: E. from time to timrnaUooJv "She shambled along tbrougu the
Ga., I &
preceded the! 'Sanborn'sSeal
bride\ church will give a "Conundrum;!I much medicine but '. ot no I!
who mud with her clothes and
,4 entered with streaming
hefather.: She Tea," Friday, Jan. 26. at the Test J i help; that,one doctor said her spin a
: Machines Your
Sewing Own Price. clouted and entered little
wore a lobe of Brussels ; boots' we my
point and ,
a .was, afflicted
<< another
that
. ],.dence: of Mrs F.1..\ Williams, corner13th her suf '
; flowing white veil. 'ferings roomMy. thoughtful landlady bad Brand
; street and 13th avenue. There came from female weaknefr,,, ,
I Mr Harry Clark Columbus. Ga,I will be musical program Admia-'a third that her eyes brought it all on made my table #adJ'". A plate of hot

New Wheeler & Wilson Sewing Machines also one was best man for his jj'-othsr.: '. ,i i I sion 2;; _cents to alL .,' (her etc, etc. but that when the truth toast was standing .in the fender; the Java and

lot of second-hand Sewing Machines The ribbon holders were Miss Mary I I was reached it was found that htt kettle sang vociferously, as if impatient Mocha
: at your own price. Kevser and Mr Chaffin! Clark nephew .., A CARD !! coffee drinking habit was alone ri. to be used; in. front of the tire ,

. We- are goind out of the Sewing Machine: business. I of the :bride: I!,I Some competitors and some of 'our't s .onsible-that she was 'coffeee poifClnEld. stood my slippers sudan easy chair. Coffee and

- S Here.is your main chance to get a fine Wheeler& I were Guests Mr present from out of town;: patrons -seem to. dpuht ,what I ,liar I .*' "To my surprise,-my poor, worn, haggard *
and So the
Mrs. Fred 'j good Samaritan
Clark. son I! about roy prices in the want columnof I told hen companion raised'.her. dripping
: Wilson Machine almost free of Chaffin .
Sewing cost. ana daughter Laura Belle of'!' i about Postum Food Coffee and she dt

: Better come early before they are all f Columbus, Ga,; Mr. Harry and Mr. Ira.:. We this wil paper.! allow) our 4 customers to! termined to quit using' the old kina:I hands hand'Oh, what burst luxury""TTiat into tears! with the Rio Coffee.You .
Clark words.
brothers of and what the
the? bridegroom, of i see new woul.\ do for
Columbus, Ga; \Irs. George weigh their own sugar and measurethe1'own I her. She consigned; the medicine bottles was the ,beat Christmas sermon know what he?
K
I and daughter Mary Emma. of )crear"j'i .sjrup, 'Nuff Ced. On the qf the trash barrel'!along! with the I I ever heard and the only one I goudb are and if von Jo

08o J I Ala.; 3l:-. and Mrs. Thomas, square. f coffee caniSter and began to drink have never forgotten.. "-Youth's Coin.panlon. not you should try taeai
I Mi'ton.!' Fla A. lcD."'Mojer, ,, Postum. at one*.'. Our
! Wm. Johnson & ; and Mrs. Feltus of I Phone. 718 fWoodman's
Natchez I I "At first I '
; Mis I Miss I An lBTeatl to the Sew Tear
Stella] Avery Miss: Mane SulInan. "but when I learned how to prepare < Chase 6 Sanborn's

I Miss Mile Willis, Miss Katharine -I Circl*. it: I found it a most agreeable: and re:, Aureole our angel! cake generouslywith
W. O.'tr C. Oak Groye, No, \
1,i
Aver. Miss Bell Whiting. Miss freshing beverage I soon began; to Imported Jam; tl1ch'11S to forgive Teas
, '6' -- Alberta flyer and Mrs., Charles H. Woodmen Circle'meets each Thursdayat feel better, the headache grew Jess our creditor;' see to It that the
3 pi m., 2d floor Pythian '
Hall
.18<<<< *#*i *# 4'*** I Dishman served Stabte Inteudencia overPou's I frequent and se"eremy sleep became t straight and narrow path is sprinkledwith are of an equally)] right! ,
Many handsome pressnts were re on street iE natural and restful and. now after' 2 ashes always and with banana grade Use them one*
ceived.Mr Visiting. }lovereigns! cordially Invited yesre' use all my troubles havens: skin never put plentyof silver into and will always! drink
MAKES YOUR CLOTHES 1 1se Mrs. Walter Langford; Guardian, Mrs. ; J you
WHO ? ind Mrs Clark appeared including the affection! of r
: i night train for left on the mid- M. B. Olsen: Chrk. the kidneys\ of which I was at onetime o-sr wallets and not any Into our whisk them thereafter.
Washington where era; cement.our ties of love and friendship -
most apprehensive."My .
they will
t Why net hive them built right Jure at loins-, ,where van make their home 'weight has increased 22! more closely together and fill the

. t. can hive tlie pririle ot atTy..au4{ with the friskiness and enthusiasm
I "It's just 7 o'clock said Squibb "and Fresh Florida-Eggs at ${.2G 1 wIsh to speak within moderation,, that

THE REESE-MENDEL TAILORING COMPANY so you have plenty of time to dress case; fresh Tennessee at, ,-.?{.90 per per but I tell you the truth when I say were. theirs at that divine repmtnt!

J yourself carefully for the theatre CUe !I that, life looks bright to me now, and I when we measured their. lily nngers g Sol Oahn & CO.
With this martin of time Henrietta Another shipment I could not if I would, and would not for solitaire diamond rings and prepared -

. are turning out some swell clothes. Should you 'need a.suit drop la you can surely have no excuse for .Flshels White Plymouth of those Rock! famous- if I could, give upPostum and ',&0 back: to camp out on-their fathers' In-

; : at their place. No. 11 North Palafox stieet They are showing an ing unprepared at. the last moment : erels for breeders. Cock.\ to the old kind of coffee. again." Name comes; $ip the wings of,riches and of The Pure Food Store,
: of Suitings and Trouserings, and .t'prices that ; trait given by' Postum Co.. Battle Creek. love 'or i
'f! !\ elegant line will surely wholly confined to your sex" be-l ED. Ml POOLEY that they maT not fly oat our I and Intendenc
Corner Palaloi
Mich Southwest
t! :: ,tempt you to buy. "Yes, dear; 111 start dressiing Wholesale Commission Dealer; window but remain with ''us forever,

at once," said his helpmeet Phone 1121. 917 E. Jackson,SL There's a reason. Read the little _and If legible clip the ,cook iu the UT8
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r i book"Tl1e. Road to Wellville, la Phones .
"And .
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myself -wMl 11"t! C5,1.'! "I, : same way ami tor sJsimllar.resulh.-
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V'V ; < $175 0.0 0 V ..t: \ YOU OWE '.IJ TO 1 .5' ,-, 4c(E V 5 VV V = '

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HOMEBEAUTY will buy four,' goo:! renting ,houses, : I -
bringing 2300 per month, or ':76.00'er YOURSELF Y AND FAMILY A 'Few Attractive Offerings in ',Real; Estate.

year. This will pay nearly! 14 per'! iito'provide '" j
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IS HOME COMFORT cent. .,. -, "...-' I jj .$I8300.00-One of the most valuably pieces of property In the city '

BETTER INVESTIGATE THIS. : for them a home of their V on a corner and fronting 3 streets ((260x240)).

... j iowp.. We are !in position: give! thejaii j I $20.000.00-Xew two story brick building oa Garden- street near Pal- V

Th greatest beauty: of the $2500.00 i t : which: will, enable 'you. to own I ::1 fox. with lot'92 feet front. Quick sale.
home .
question is home ownership home.V Ii $12,500.00-Larg 3.stor brick building near business center. A
jour own
If jou don't on "our own home, wake up will buy a good piece of business: "Taere was never M a..betjer' V {limJ to 'i V good Interest payer.$75CO.OGDe1'lrabie' .

ert>. 2: blocks joni Palafox. 'proP-I'! !'I buy houses and 'lot*. than now. ,.Almost 1 building. lot. n ar business center on corner (245 t

$26.00 per month !I.t any property jou.fcelect i is boundtpayyou 1I I -" fen by 192 feet).
$600000--Improved property near Palafnx property paying
street
CUT PFiOMTHEREN.THAB.IT [.t'THIS PROPERTY WILL. INCREASE i]I I :you ,may handsomely as: wril get the a few best yars. and about'12: per cent. W, consider this a ,bargain. '.

!V IN YILUE: !I that can be had from, us.I ." \ I $o500.00-Largr r story delllag: West Hill;- good neighborhood
11 LIST YOUR WITH : .. ,_a_ i, with 12 rooms and servants quarters Lot 80 by ISO feet.
: I PROPERTY ME,,i JS. ?OR !?SALE. Our Rntv: Department U given special attention and our Hats '

I FOR SALE. ,G;room cottage:on East Hill car line, "AFTERWARDS" j o* c'orfs. C'ffif''S and dwell'ngs contain locations In all parts of tne
RENTS COLLECTED. II V (';' Inf, 15 of
"- I !i just the place fot 'a home, good locality r rance Department, representing: the leading
and become or at tinn of final settlement It will! fr:dzi' sod: American companies can fully protect you from the fire
|iOU on J landlord.Ve have desir- I : aad where it w.IW incjease. in \al-
several
... .. show whether fi SSec. Loans:!, In any amounts made on real estate and on.short nolirt. -
ablresidences! that can "Jo bougnt I lue. .. .. .... 't. .$1750. joa are'squarely dealt .
down for small payment r :5 l lots and 6 room cottag corner with or not. Thers are no delays:! in"; .,
and
monthljor quarterly ,payments thereafter. LESLIE E. BROOKS Cervanfs and Rus. Sure to be worth I CALL IN AND LET US SHOW YOU HOW TO INVEST YOUR

Better hurr). I more.. .. ... ....- .. .. .$3000. Paying Fire Losses MONEY. I Ii V
V 20414 S.; Palafox St.. Fisher Building. I 7 room new cottage, bath and gas, V

New Cit ". . ..$1800.
: .t. ',' ',3 :" :written by companies we represent. HOOTON & WATSON .
V Eh'?aut'- room' :2 $.tch. house, orer It's i
good :
a !; tme of the year to look
For Sale. looking tli3 bay% situated: near carline after Successors to Tbos. C. Watson 6 Cit.I .
your insurance. Give; us the bus-
Pemisacola I mi vestment] C t--- V V n' and best part of East Hill..$4500 inc} a :and it will be don to suit)ou. No. 37 S. Palafox St. .. LEADING REAL ESTATE DEALERS.
FOR S. fuinace heated
VLB.-10 lots East HU. 4 10 room 2 story r sidence I ,

I blocks' from street 'car line.. For ,. best pait, : ,qf. ,North. Hill :Thi5 : -- -- 5 V -__ V S

A. H. O'ALEHBEJITE, City .Manager. V I terms address Box 68, Chiplej, Fla. V is ]large' and: in' one'boek. of car' line Mcuavm-Hyer Company, ; ._ --
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.. 23janl\\ $10,500.' t T l\1'-f..

w. H. KNOWLES, President.! R. B. SIMPSON: Secretiry.V V Th* ,b.st; 1.o0."V'P farm! .wiihjn ,8 Agents New York: .V<. .. I I FOR SALE I

J. i. STILLMAN, V.-?res. anl: Gen. Minajer. KNOWLES HY a. Treasurer. ; FOR S\LE.-Impro\sd and unimproved V mifes'of' ?enaaeoi.airty*t -fltttthated! ? Life Insurance; Company. I
I pnpeitj in all parts of the citj. shingle anil and 'p'Ienty of timb-r 8 E. povernment-Street. Timber Lands ;I
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Weal Estate loans t i LOTS 125 LOTS
General Investments* J. WiUon &.'Co. Real Estate en s. $1000. V Phone 7CO. Pe'lacola"! Fla. i V -

215 South Palafox Street, Pensacola Florida. Room 7, Salisbury building. Phone i FOR RENT. V -. ---- ., Best ,building sues on East Hill. All

B \ ...iWANTED 172. V V 23jau Small? \ jtlage.\ wfl water and two Board and Rooms. near"gag: line at $73.00 and up. I I

-- --- V i SauntElmlll} ..$6No Two Llocks'in West King Tract
: : V FOR SALE OR RENT-New' two-: acres neac: : '.' For Sale II
story 9,room dwelling 'tojetbervlth I.? E. ,LaRua B'-, next to Pala- $1250:
T 5 lots cor 9th a\e. and 12th; st. East.I fox. .'_ .' .., -. .." ., .::$10 TWO !FURNISHED ROOMS wub.pt h'-!I Nice. homes and good investmentpropery

HELP WANTED Hill Half block fioin car line. Mosi Cottage at V F1-.hfdrvilleh .'. ,.$10 Siege of light housekeeping, Sui'V i 11'i that will pay. over 10 per ;
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: desirable residence location iij) citjTor '. V No ',117 .X, Tarragona: airier, near able for two or (GUII1)1'1)' 50ifj( !V cent Allprices.C. til {f

.. TrII.i : : will receive orders for WANTFtJgoo4. ; white nurse. Appl particulars call at address or Gregorj. fP9! dil, for toarding.$20" E. Gadsdea St. *- 25anlw] l We have them. Several splendid. .

,(''oas. vveddins: and vi-Mtin\ l> :301\: __ ...Chase. trest. :23janlt- write to Box '427; 2ljanlw* ;:, No.' ,307 W.:) .Ch ue ft' fet 5 ro:>ms. ''A GENTLEMAN can find home-like l lI i r: YAEGER large and small]} turpentine locations. \t..
rrournins cards and su-: V bath and gas! splendid !location.$20; I
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I ;) ; : V board ia a private family. AddressP. I! Saw Mi.is and Saw mill locations I
<::, Mrs F. J. Moreno 26 E.Si WANTKDColored) girl for general FOR SALE.-..Thoroughbred Scotca, LIST YOUR PROPERTY WITH US, O Box 773. 2ljanlw'l} 202 Thiesen Building. Phone 332 Some !
exce'lcnt In
bargains large
.' !. 25janl\v: housewirk; f fannlj of three 51 S; Collie:- -- tmnortert n-r_____ Ktock---'.., _flRo__,_ one FOR SALE OR RENT I -- and small .RM.fi
V East Government -I traits of round and, boxedtimber .
:25jan3t L.a>'s' saddle 1102 E. Gadsden street I FOR RENT-Furnished rooms for lands. ttt

*M CD CONTRACT LOGGING: WAXTED-Two white: girls; to work orphone 285. 20jan2w! ; rent with or without board., No DIRECTORYPensacola Large tracts of Mississippi Delta f t:

i h\MS at once, either by the day in' laundfj Apply New -,Method FOR \LE-Second hand Babcock I L S. BROWN & CO. light housekeeping. Apply 310 We tGrt'gory. and Hardwood lands.

n ie thousand :Call at Ajcoclv Laund '.,_ _______V :'23jau V V l>ugg> ">'ubber tirt-s, in first-classi!. .. jan21.Imo"FUR'olISIlED Lodge, No. 3, K. of P. Splendid lIst of valuable property
V
"f> umber ,Cot A)cock, Fla'ouniw VV V .201. and fine location for a Co'ony! or Stock
condition. For iuformaLon telepnone1No / Thiesen Building. : FRONT ROOM One r. .
WA\'f'E'o. !;
7:30 <
-Young
V colored roan fbrjanitor. .. \i meets every Monday evening at Farm it South East Georgia. J
51.FOR half block
from
Palafox uthern
Must he clean and willin o'clock at their temporary Castle Hallo Some of the choicest residence
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Position stenographerad to work. Apply at Concordia< Club at S\LE-Most beautiful residence,; % exposure. Apply 32 E Gregory St.Jan2llw,*i >er Pou stable W. 'Intendencia Sc. places in the beautiful little city of f ; 1
4N I CD as :
V : .* of experienca Good rtfer- once :S5 E. Intendsucta;_-!23jan block in Pen ac l 'Overlooking the' D. HALE WILSON 6 CO. I .- !,I I t Visiting. brethren J..A. KIRKPATRICK cordially welcomed.C. C.HORSLER DeFuuiak Springs, FlJL.. and In Milton. t ', ..,

:. Address! L. )1.. care Journal. WA\TED"Uo: about sixteen to bay and Bayou Texar Magnificent i BOARD AND LODGING-New furniture l K. of R. & 8' Fla. S1Vtt4
jinlW'V learn glazing.; ; Apply' I Saunders Mi!! live oak.: magnolia and other shade REAL ESTATE large, clean rooms. Terms red _H. Our prices and terms are reasonable flf

Co. 29 East Garden: 1jala!; trees ideal location for home hotelor 'V I sonable. Apply Mrs. C. C. Brock 103;'l r jlit
sanitarium. l\ C. Bmklej.! East Intendencia St. ISjanlm Ratnbone Lodge rio.I Cal on or write to us. m! VV :
TED.-nul Estate for sale" or Any intelligent person ma'y earn a RENTS AND LOANSWe I -30. K. of P.. meets every .

$tit, Jeaie or exchange. ,Your bust- a good income corresponding" for FOR SAl.E.-20: acres good farm Ian.t. I WANTED.-A few boarders at 212 WGregory. Thursday evening at 8.00 t

.- respectfully solicited. 'J. .V. Wil rewspipeis: no canvassing! "experi: V 2% miles southeast of Chipl )'. in Newr house, good neighborhood : o'clock in their temporary i'

'u Rpal Estate .%gent, 22U \\'. Govnmtnt ence unnecessary. Send for parLicu- Washmg'on: county no waste land* 30 have the following ,V very Desirable and on car )line 12anlm*;" Castle Hall, over Pou staY

o'reet, Room 7. Salislurv lars. Northern Press, Syndi atc, acres rady for cultUatlon Good pieces of property on. our V''Forl'' ROOMS 10 RENT, with or without : V P ble, W. Intendencia street TURNER&AYMARDReal fJ.

,'n'iiiiu Phone, 172. 23jan l.ot'kport. N. Y. : .5noV6moeWANTED lima lock quarry- on premises:>> For Sale" liat: board, ;l:2 E. Garden. 18janlm.; Visiting knights are cor.dially .

.-100 laborers V V. further particulars: address Mrs., L. FOR SAL.E. I welcomed.
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wages $150 -
VAN I ED.-Quart whiskey bottles at per da>. :Apply factbry, of Goulding \.iselogle, Marianna, Fla. i7Janlrn A block, with' nice lot of fruit trees,i I FURNISHED room for reij'no light;]i J. D KIRK, C. a Estate and

:Nurman> Saloon. 20janlw Fertilizer Co.. I4jan, and under fence' New 'Cit$1,5OU'r'housekeeping. 111 W. Chase St. ,C. J. LEVY.,K. of.R. & 8. Abstract Company,
MY M \\ZL\E, VESTiNG: FOR il'Ct
% block best, .part 'of East mil- street
I BRIGGS j
1'1r'* is HOUSEr-Wnght just
PROFIT" (which nd free} I
KOIMKERS get Kauffjrun'! prices "" V worth $10 a copy:19 jtnj man who I IIeids In! very c eaD... 1"1" ;{I .. _I II' I west of Union Depot. Nice com'' Knights of Meetings Columbua. :. O.,BOI 115. DeFunlak Springs Florlla.
{OJl- \'loping and finishing. BestHi Money to Loan. aS/'m.one' how I' Best'butdl'4.lhidp! overlooking: fortable rooms. Rates per day 50c of theKnignta" .
to invest ,
chfap *t in city. Romana and small V wuo lias' mone/Invested} vel'l I Bavbu Tex; '200x\5t4.ft$1,500 rooms per week $250, up. 12jan2w I I of Columbus 3i
20 janlm ; > Good 'S.r/.io'm/ "house. \j W. 'Jackson : ; are held: at their hail
1lifoJ; MONEY TO LOANt-On '
real
V other sufficient security estate o-. profiabbor who c lsave $5 street.. .:;?"U .2 ..........$850 NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS suit No. g West Intendea- jProessional! DirectoryTHOS. i !
hand furniture bj applying more per month h. but who hasn't learn i: !}!: block 'In'ewIClty., near Stoaiart able for light housekeeping All *; cia street, on every
\\ \:TEDSpcond to Thos. Pebley, cor. Palafos and
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household articles of all kinds stairs.- cd the art of investing for piofit i I place.. .ir... ,. ., ,',,$1500Number modern conveniences. Apply 810 E.: Monday' evening at
!
oin Romana. up 17nov-in. 1. '
i, .:ah Addr-Si. P O. Box 353jan'm It demonstrates. I. the' RyAt.(ai'n1ftI 1 I : of fQ\\, renting;;houses that Gadsdec' ; V OjanlmI 130; _o'clock: An inMt&tion PEBLEY, ,(*

'' 1 =. *. :\ 'EYo.TQ= l END: On SooiTeaTe9-; : ;" power of mone\- he' knowledge financiers j, will peL 10 pep ce/ijt.' ,I NICE' FURN.t SHED ROOMS for rent. .is extended LAW, REAL ESTATE. LOANS AND
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: s' bankers hide from to visiting .-
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}the Knights
'----- tate security, or- OB good '-collateral. L 120 feet by 80 'feet. corner :Romana Newly furiUshed.;.clean, ant nice, COLLECTIONS fe
at lowest rates. Leslie, E. Brooks. masses. V and i\'canir.! Ixcfillent! location for JOHN B.. JONES ALAFOX ANO ROMANA.
to know that : '
vH> -The public Ush.J'thow.. to iftvetjiii, i lf'iiimsafid t near. postpfhce Apply at 12S4! E.I EDM FOX. Kn"tght. .
cad be bought atm Fisher building. glimMONCX warehouse. Houses: not, renting regularly -, Government street ,)! B. M Trainer. Grand PHONE
o'f\\ 11" A ;.papers! grow 'i rs. : ::
V "> ,V.. fm five"cents; bundle.,. They" : LOANED V all kinds of ptt;. :hoy-the to actual make Jhem possibilui into of fortunes IntlIget for $2.tper.snonth....,... ..$2500 7janlm. ,I Recorder. _. -,- ..-_._ it

." .V ..lIc.f'IIII.Jndoice\\ ,; ,: sonal property on short notice. L '
Term easy., .,JVW., ) 1lad. ,' upstairs investments. I Will lend a reasonable amount of PLEASANT place,tr:board on N. Hill,I Pensacola Lodge No. 4, I. 0.'O. p. Dr.S. R. Mallory Kennedy J

OATEDV--Eeitrlc! 'work"of alt ktlid.1!rl 28'j South Palafox St., ; Phone 1144* '. V It:. ie\:eal'i"t1!
J 1. 'IS' 'an j'our fVns. reodir __ V_ Sno' bankers: nake and *>hrwnhoone bf. can I est on any of the above.;' V street. ,For particulars. \ address Nc. 8.! meets every Thursday,eveainr'at 7:30: Office over D'Alemberte's Drug Store '
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PF ) V Journal. bjanlm at the new hall West Office Hours-9'30 .
30 S. PalJfox St.. ,_ on Garden a m to C p. m.
P.l'j
"11Ij111ll sour widn;. Cu. '
LIMITED lains.. HOW( ndous fortunes
I apIount.ojnonytoaoan It C1. ) stup I str et. Visiting Phones 274
1-711 I'1 :uola EI"Ctrus 'Co.: 2C5 S. oa all' kinds of .personal ,property.' .'re mad and WHY .thev are ''Pnon..' '24'." qij newspapers: at five cents a bundle I invIted. E brethren cordially and 109. oo'

P.a, 1. I Special rates to busue,a r en on_large made-bow $1,000 grows to, $2 .OOO .! at' this office. They are all clean J. NEVILLE Secretary GREENBLATT, -- .. V ji

: Icanb.: The New York Loan'Co.. 204 Vi To introduce im' magazine write me 'J and nIce. .

V AM: \'FD -- Firl>t-class registered. South Palafox. .. .V NOW, mention this'pnp'rand I'll BE'ntil For Sale' FURNISHED ROOMS-Fine location. REBEKAH-----SISTERS.-:;--- :0.- G: YATES M.D11OPTICIAN '

11"'RKIM and pharmacist wants posot it SIX MONTHS 'FREE. ." Splendid view of ba)'. 414 South Naomi Lodge No. 10, Rebekab Sisters j'itAf
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/ nVe t Florida, permanent or EDITOR GREGORY. WOOD WORKING MACHINERY: Atcaniz.V" Dec.29
meets ,
".'njporai. Address F. Z., care 81 Jackson Blvd, Chicago ; every Monday night at
V Miscellaneous i 6" Moulder, four heads- 150
ud V .. one W.\NTED.-A fw boarders in private 8 o'clock in I. O. O. F. Hall! VisitIng \
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Jour'l -- all" I knives and cutter OneVwool family nicely furnished rooms, with sisters tordlallv Invited, be
V FOR S\LE-Pecan trees, sizes; : :, p'es-
NOTICE :, knives and cutters. One woodworker }!
iso ent. MRS S. DeTHA JOG THIESEN BUILDIGN
shell W.! use of bath and telephone. Convenient YER.
from extra fine paper : :seed: .
SEr i\n hAND: CLOTHING Person whd left clothing with th'e' or jointer. with two heads, MISS M\MIB

ED IIbh"IH; price i-aid for gent's late \\ J, Abel of the Gulf City ,; E. .\ osta. V V 14jan',:. knives rabiting toots! ,. sans, etc. On Apply to 401 railroad U., Gregprj.shops !and on efr 3janlmUNFURNISHED line. --VV FREEMAN.: ..- ,Secretary.-- -'-- V -_ -- V ,Ir

< !oirmi,; cr.ly. Also s.-il second: hand cam and Dye works for repair, are I' 36" circle rttaw latetV pattern for V M. E B. A. No..81, meets first and
goodNo 9 B Intendencia oiihed to call on Geo Collins, at 14) FOR S\J B.-Full blood Barred PI-i iI I j bevel and straU.it boards. with SaWcomph -Large front room! third Wednesday evening at 7-30: p. Pensacola, St. Andrews and I

'- E.st Go\eninient StreeC and get I, mouth Urtk. While Rock Fisher One Edger, Harbor and' fronting_ to sou.th and west. Good m., Rafford Hall No 10.' West Inten-

JOB PRINTING of all kinds wantedb "sime Owners must pay V costs andgiove V Streign and Brown Leghorn Fowels I II three saws from 10* to 20". Baits light 'and central location. Apply 12 I dencia street... Gulf Steamship Co. f
propertj G. O. Brosna am.] Eggs pertttmg of ((15) $100. For:: Palafos ,$t., phone 63: H'
tne Majes Printing Co, 24 W counter shafts,:main line shafting and ; N or 2janlm I' A. G. FELL, Pres. STEAMER TARPONW. '
Government Phone 181. Only the 'Jan__ 21.:Of) further information addressPlymouth i: vuJl')'S. Machines comparatively new! BAY HfTEL.-Open night and day. J L. SWEENEY. Sec 1" n
; Rock Poulf Farm. J. J. Pope, Prop, II C. 3ARROW '
'iI' of work. Idee J. H. Logan, Upholsterer an:!' chair iL. Box 8. Bristol. Fla, Selling on account of PO further work 1 European plan.. Rooms light and I Master.FIRSr.CLA.4 J
Clocks repaired. Give : 7janlml I for thvm Apply Henry Monk, general f Transient I W, 0. "1. PAS ENOIlt:: AND t:
Caner. me! ____ _____ __ I[ clean' trade solicited. FREIC-.tT SERVICE ;;<
WAS'TED.-Haul1ng and transfer jjtur old chairs 10 cane. All worK ': SAu-Baricd "Rock : contractor, 16 West' Gregory St., 575579 S. Palafox. Jss. S. Nlcolau, Lire Oak Camp No.1" W. J. .wn -BetwwuPENSACOLA. t l
*ork Office phone -363; residence ,guaranteed. 206 :Tarragona, street i FOR Plymouth I PensacoiA. or Fort Barrancas.. Fla. Prop. meets in Pythian Hall 1st and 3rJ -
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from MOBILE. .
Cockerels prize winners APALACHI.COLA i }
: $1.00'1 in each month. -
Wednesdays
POt! 330 Acosta & AVhite. 22.28 N. :21JanH ;I % VisitIng:
up. Large, well marked, good blood FOR SALE--One nice grocerj with r V CARPABEtl, S1: AN- SDRES
Tarra ona St V : 25mar. THE DAVIS MANUFACTURING CO t Also some Rood ,pulh s. Mrs Lizzie I', market attached, Must be sold by j I sovereigns, cordially F. A BOGHICH Invited ,, C.. C MILLVlLLE. j "

"'A\TED,-Second, hand cornS oat w'holaale and 'retail' manufacturersand B Hughes,_ Chip'ej.JFla.! SlVleclm!. *:,' FebriMn 1. $650;JO. For information Educational LESLIE E. BROOKS. CierK.W } And all point on St. Andrews Bll, tf:'
dealers in cotton mattresses and apply; '.\. Greenhut t. or.address I IM I. I I CarribeMe! and Apafa..hlcoIa.SCHEDULE .
and cotton seed meal sacks. Out of bed sllrlc 6., Second hand furniture l FOR SAL.South -half block 211,:': .. care Journal. MUSIC.-After: the "Holidays" I will : ;
To.'n .:hipments solicited! Write us I fronting 100 feet on 13th street by V V10T' V V O. W C., Oak GrpT, No.4, Feu acola BUDda I't.-tffi
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Leave ,. 8:30:
F S Mellen & Co. 20mar.ttANTKD bought; and Hold.. Upholstering and r t r.ei: on Bay iew Park: also I Ii I MQJ ?r, on the square. is still in thaI I accept; limits number of pupilson 1 Woodman Circle meets last 'Thursday for Mobile. Ala.: p. :
pairing d specialty.. 114 E Belmont the following instruments: Violin fot( each month at,3.3' ro., 2d floor m.. C
i; south half of block :::1:. fronting 400 ;i ring. Prices and qualitj never bttterI -p Leave Pensacola. Taesda*. 8.30 ;1'm.
.-r-Tha Merchants Transfer St., tU>', C. T. Dans.! Mgr feot on 11L1 St., by 137>2 fe-t' ou Bay ,I Jiave at, corper' Government and |' Cello, Clarinet slide'and all trombone.brass instruments -j P'thian Hall over POU'B stable on In for St. Andrew,. JUillvitle! A paJac'fllcola. p.- i
I
Will
Co wants your moving! and baulms.AJ ITjanlm V View Park. The only 'property adjo'n'ing I Alcan/:.;' a titt class, up-to-date: meat exc'pl 1 tendencia street Visiting sovereigns Carrabelle and intermediate
breakage guaranteed. T.' B. Thor. -CUT .FLOWERS.-patlerson's' Rose Bay View Park that Is now fjr 1!! market ahere I handle the choicest : teach at pupIU residences Music fur.. cordially invited Mrs. W. A.. Smith, points / i' H

ten Prop.. Phone 978 l8juneim.i I mount Gardens, of Montgomery has <,aV. The beautiful view down thbajon ':: wstern and native! beef pork mut''nished .for Please all occasions leave orders, band at or the orchestra I clerk; Mrs M B. Olsen guardian. For additional' Information apply t j n!
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in and downlhe bay can be ton. sausage, hogs head cheese. etc. J. IL 8AUNDKR3.C. 'f{
never :
I placed an agency Pensacola, represented .
i 1\1\0 i: tt: irUAL. contracting painters 'Clutter Music Housr. or at my per- '-
Let give a .f,w prices R. COBB, President !
by Mils Bertie Smith, 616 N. obstructed A. V. Clubbs. 30jly me you on groceries .
.' d J decorators. Fine varn-ahla : address Navr Yard. Psnsa-
< ; manent FrL and Pass.Pensacola. .
Gen. Art-
1110 fcrisbing Barcelona. Orders promptly filled for : 20 pounds granulated sugar P F Ehlers, Bandmaster r $25 REWARD tn
Sign a .
pa'ntlng spe- cola Fla Via.IVWISVIllMERRE
r s.t': Residence phone '249. 29augNTED roses carnations and.a11 kinds of other AUTO IOBlUS.-I am agent for ,thej], $1.00; 21 pounds Y. C. sugar, $1.00; I I' I V 1ttttt'
-_ cut flotvers; Phone .6U 10d *c Pope Mfg. Co. and can tell you autos 20( pounds good rice. $1.00; fancy country -- i'1tI
\ .-All of from $iOOOO up They cost less than Sirup pEr gallon. 23c. Call anJ - .
keepers poultry tf I J J I Ji
TAILORING L. Diamond. Tailor. :
feed wheat It is the cheapest feed horses to keep up. They can be run; se3 is if you want choice meats and LEGAL ADVERTISEMENT V : :
*ause it makes hens lay. F. S. V Gent clothing cleaned. pressed and in sand cir anywhere a horse can go.j jLesl 1: groceries! Phone 718. Chickens and __ HAUTE R-R; "ti1
repaired on short notice. .No 118 E. Brooks. fresh: country pork 'a specialtyA. .
vllen & Co. Phone 334: e i eggs; MASTERS' SALE. ..,
SL Fla. :: t
Pensacola
West Government )tcDt>naJdIo't"r.: .' :4janIw5FOR
----- ot a decree of forecjohur
'I 'By virtue
CANTED -All kinds of electrical Idee V FOR S.-\LE-one fine displa case; ,Francis 1!, fm't
Honorable :
Jhe-
have
.Ul.E.-lf by
: you 18,000 to Invest rendered
8 feet .
%1 feet long, high and feet
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JA'.trk! 1 lieU) all kinds of electrical : ,
V SM(.MAK ER. ; Suitable for almost ; in a saw mill proposition worth 1 Carter. Judge. of the' Circuit Court of ftr.
kind!
wide.
"'A' ,nneg ani other electrical supplies. .J. II PORTER sailmaker. 718 South iI business. .Appl to E L.any Reese $10000 write Lock Box 26, DeFunlak Esca'mbiant1.; Florida,.on the lltji: oj; .' j;

'n'OU. need me ring 345 or 953.w Palafox street. Orders taken for I 5 Jan.;; Springs. Fla. This will stand til:: V day o} Dec.n, ber. A. D. 1905, in the _1

Peake. new Star Laundry build tents, awnings, camp.stools and house:,' "' closest in\ >sH gallon and;! the first man: case .of A* F West, against. JacouI ,
'IK i L Garden. 15dec.NTCDA cots. etc. Prices-. ble. Sljan. JUST RECEIVED-Large shipment: of with the mono S eta it. No tIme to I Klein Bernard Scnliater and' his wife* 1

I 'imported Olive Oil. Retail by 'pint' 'waste with agents or triflers24Jaa 1 Kattie Schli'ater, I will on Monday tne ttst'f;

WA R. Binghani wants ,I I gallon or larger quantity. G. Morasso: 5th day of February, A, D. 1906, sell
om moving and haui! =g. He guai* FOR TAr I &. Co. ship chandlers antf grocers TOt I FOR SALE-One No_'3 A Eastmaus 'at pubjtc! eulery for cash to. ths highest z-r ij
<'ees all breakage Phone 630 V South Palafox. "4oct. foI4mc;" pocket ko 'ak; a bargain Ap.i' and beEt bidder inV front of th>
Reese 121 S fLY
ply to E. L. Palafox
'' RT HOUSE Pressing :2!. tory 6-roJm FOR S"\LE-OcJy young Boar* pig, j jI : County Court House in the City. of ri1'IOl1ti
,DYEING. FOR RENT.: -El-gant street; SJan.
__ Florida the l .
Duke''lorida Pensacola durmg! legal ..
-ind! f"1 St Ai sired by 68323 out .. !
: i-aninc Club, 118 N Palafox cottar: : at :318: .Weot Helniont !p.ply I
V 'Orphan Lee Baltimore. FOR SALE-One <:choice, Mock i hours of sale the fol'owlng described
of
Mn. T J DavIs Prop. Your pat. WWtor' lugranam :a! Sic 1adrj U1" tof 5S544 on top '
<\n"I g. solicited; satisfaction *uaran- '.to -;oIJoif1 V All guaranteed with registrations and : Of the tie: east of the electric t real prop rj)',. fcitnatcij Jj'ing and be-'! WARRANT the arreL of this woi -

V t..* Careful attention given ladies pedegrees Carl Sett rlin Chlpley,: railway between 7th and 8th ,stresUNautrp .I ling in the count of Escambia. State i man. V V :.t
: Uo story store :! ,has favored this section : ot Florida. lfl-* t: The ,south half of:' 1IJ.
u :lents Phone 1222: 3declm. FOR RENT."- Elegant ;: fla.V: 26POT.. and It Wire sheriff at fie-Funlat Sprtn(!',
t
__ T i j; In new Star Laundry building: r cannot be duplicated. A. V., ,Clubbs. i the northwest quarter anl the northwest I ? 1P
room hilif.I .
FOR SALE.-\lce. clean : Florida: $2300:!; reward for the .
NTED: -Eter body to take dinneri %PISSalker Ingraham. newspapersfor I quarter of northwest quarter of .::
i.' southern Hotel 9dec. E Garden Star street Laundrj', 22dec.t sale. Only 5c a bundle. They 1 FORBALE OR REST.-Two lignters;; Section twelve (12)) In Township five,I I I Fisher Monroe: Douglaa:- This 'womea, ,-

-_ make: good wrapping!; paper and are one with capacity for 75.thousaLd ft. Norths Range thirtv-one: weL. Jno D.I Florence Wood, "hidnappfd him from "II j' '

nfcUVEHY-Hauling of all :,A.-a. BINGHAM: has Storage room for !i I Just the! thing to put under matting : lumber; the other reasonable thirty, thousand capacity. [Jon's. special! Matter.V I I Freeport. Fla. on the night: .of September :- ''tfii
other : Telephone
or Ratep
t' ()Iicited moving of furnitureHi' suitable." for furniture ,
; rent
South Tarragona I I S.-\LE.-I0 house. wVit J. A: 'Chaffin. & Co. 1lUt t| 4janoaw4w. j i .6th. 1905. The chl1,1Is 6 rears oil,
Ka 'e Phone 454; office Phone :,St Phone 630 30pOT lot, 3 blocks from Palafox, lot 96z, Fla._._. 31declm CREW NOTICE. fair skin light hair, has'qpper fore- THROUGH SERVICE! ffjft

k' 14janlm'' 192 on 'far line- For particulars' In.1],I' Beautiful Mock I >?i her U* "taptain, owners -, teeth rotted of?: ery plamp'weight VIA V Jtl I
la
--- --- '- -' of Standard Clothing 'Co. 29jaa FOR SALS NewCitff V tODAigr.ee! t 'the : bright cbit!!. L.&NE.&T.H.andC.&E.I.
quire ? 50 pounds- very
i)
I 31%.; For nvr about .
-- ___ __ ____ __ I Tract No. f a.ah $soo ; -
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.- ,lOST Swedifb! :;-3ni!'!nlp Helsinerorjc both 1\"aj-s. delivering *tlbul.< ThrcDili" Tnlni Daily : ; I
I\ FOR SAL&.Xlre. clean" oJd' newlpa-!!:. Apply to A. M. McMlll43. CoUrt HousaiNORMANS will h fspons'blefor Expenses "pa'd 2 NASHVILLE TO CHICAGO 2' .

found' V+_ u VTOrVrV '*'** ***. *+ +*' ;I : pers at ave cents bundle. This office. . lau,! '.Jtobtst co trac# ?d by th.f, child to'DeFunlak Springs n*.. In ,aj. THROUGH SLEEPERS-DAT COACHES: !'
Qulna's! residence -
A few- days ago, a purse; STOLEN: from. E Baylen G. and Gr,gorj :;, V : I 'JILLS.-Just received crew of ftH: .'tiC5t'l., V ditlon. to tne $25 reward I DININO CAM NEW .IIIVtIQ ORLCAMS; AU.TO MEAL CHICAGO IN MPUTC/ mift.i t{

fling PdPd' mane, some silver V corpr: I-Jberal reward for FOR SALE OR RE.'T.Xew., modern.twostorj i 55600 Compound Cathartic. For J. W. ScmtEH ,_ j : H. A. DOUGHS.:! I...IIJUJlA..p; 1.. S.L 105515 'A1L I 1

ia, ''h(>,c &. !'Owir,r may redeem a TriM- e bl'JeJ tiona asked.Ijanlw. } ., .l six.room house, East sale at The AllUator and, West End I HYER BRO'3' Master. Father 9r.jbeVihlIJ.DeFuniakpr1ngi ,,...Y5u. ...---. U. .

can apphm at V this offic and'ls ''' its return.. Nj.; qw i I I near, cars. A. C. Bmkl 1. Hl11.1'[Saloons. ., ISnovlm csiVi1ee.! I ..Fla., lrtt Jl
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THE PENSACOLA J IOURNAL, T1URSpy, ..MO.R'NI.NG ANURY '25. 19O., :
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--TRERMEISALLIHETIME I.1 1I I: C CARGO OF NAVAL!nRY B DOCK 'DEWEY"0 MII1afl, Bros. Co.: I Ir Protection' t to a 'Man's Most Sacred. Interests, !


His wife-'and family-Is the! first.essential of Life Iasar.'fence. .
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VERY 1 1URGE' WAS 5P KEN' j : j I : : -
STORES

I r'1 1 An Equitable ij Policy Protects ,;, .

: 'ALABAMA.MARKETS. jSetter seus about it today/Tomorrow might to too l late.
':WtOBItE. I

AT SEA "" -,.!; -' I Insurance, KflflU/IPQ: RTftQ Gen'l A3t ts

MEN OF GOOD JUDGMENT : Fire Life. .. Pensacola
APPRECIATE HAVING A PAIR "i : J
OR TWO OF EXTRA TROUS- I Captain of Str. Helsingborg Which _
,
ERS. Steamer Eretia} Cleared YesterdayWith I "f -,NavaI j Stores. .I .,
Arrived Here Yesterday Reported r
TO naval
THEY ARE HANDY aannah. Ga.. ian. 2"-The ;::soo:
HAVE AROUND IN A DOZEN Rosin and markec08! today as follows-:1:I
d
20,200 Barrels! 8 .
WAYS. THEY SAVE THE Speaking Big Structure. .1.1I j .. ".. ... ... .. t. ....615 I NEI.A.OOX..A; /
' WEAR Oe THE PAIR THAT 1,000 Turpentine. : ,;'" ,. -.. ":. .' :" .. ;'......6 10 t 'Works
- : MATCHES THE COAT AND Barrels..... .. .. .. .. .. .:. ... .....5175 !II Iron and Supply Co. f
: VEST AND GIVES SPICE TO I Capt. Schrieial of th S. S. Hel&ing-' ... ,...- .. ,:. .. .. '.. .....:5 25' *. of
; YOUR APPEARANCE. i borg arrvesa-. in port yesterday reports .. '... .:..'O ..'....... .-.....497th !, Manufacturers and Repairers 2 j
r : PAYA On3 of the largest cargoes of naval I I:' 'passing the big govenment dry: .. .. ... .; .. . ..4 42Va: MACHINERY AND BOILERS ;
NOT NECESSARY TO stores to b, loaded at this port during .. ,. .' .. '.: .. '........3 S7'.: FORGINGS MILL, AND STEAMSHIP SUPPLIES 5
BIG PRICE TO A TAILOR the past! )ear. was cleared jesterday!! dock Dewey January 14. in latitude: : ? 'O. ... .. .. .. .. ....3 67.2 STEAMSHIP REPAIRS A SPECIALTY 5
- 9; FOR THEM. the steamer Eretria for Liverpooland i: 28 degrees; longitude 56 degrees 30"( ; I : ,. .. .. ... .. 'O.- .. ..3 62l I-' Prompt attention given to all orders day or :!Iht. Agent ft
. OUR ETXRA TROUSERSARE on, the amount en route to the Philippine) Islands. via! .. .. .'. .. .. . .....3 31 t l for James ificK/ &Co.'s celebrated Log and, Timber Dogs, AJO* 2
ALL OF THE NEWEST Manchester. In fact Gibralter. I .. .. .. .... .. .. 3 2IC Chain of ail descriptions. 5
. FABRICS AND STYLES AND of naval stores loaded on the vessel is This bis dock, the largest 'of its : .' .. ..... .. '. .:;-:3 m 15 Office ?hon$' ,12S.? -. PHil. WITTMAN. Mgr. :,
MODERATELY PRICED. about the largest ever shipped from jpiI; !' Turieutlne 'o'15 cents. Residence Piene. 1029. P.. O. Box 123. ?
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towed oy ;
1 kind in the world is being IC
this port. ft'U:,.ti3ttmx xs x
two colliers! with two tugs standing! Pensacola Cotton Market.

$2.50 to $6.50.AND The cargo amounts to 20.00(1( barrels b>', and was sported aa-tra\eling at r Gunter Elmore!, F.. 0. B. cotton -- ----- --

INTERMEDIMTE PRICES ot rosin and 1.000 .barrlsof valuation. turpentine i ii a \ ry'shw rate of .sp: ed, makng: I r, gives 24 the following quotations ...-...'. .. ..............................
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having large only about 3 knots an hour with .aieri January :
i The steamer'commenced taking on! heavy swell running.While Mladlinfc... .. .. .. .. .. ..11%
I .. .... .. 11!%
finished colliers and (tugs were I Middling. ..
: cargo Wednesday at noon and the : .. .. .. ..11
this monster ddllp.!; : I ADSLEY 6 COMPANY i
jeater.lay at noon.. making ex pitching considerably % Low\ Middling.. .. ; ..107.
y The John White Store I actly one week that the workmen I dock though.semad it was to on be a riding calm; sea.,as easy as I ,Middling., .. _. .. .. .. ..10% ,

were engaged in storing this immense, '. II and tinges % to 1 cent lower.AUSLEY .

, Sf_lmll t In .....'. W.mr, I amount of treight., '., I I '* A Card. I II : & CO.'S REPORTS' :' COMMISSION BROKERS, \i

- 205-207 S. Palafox Street. :Another steamer. the KirkswalJ.: This is to certify that all druggists

I which has just arrived'will)"also take' are authorized, to'- refund your moneyif Liverpool! Cotton. Market. i :II WEST 1NTENDENCIA STREET PENSACOLA FLA. i
1. Phone 225. Foley's Honey.and Tar fails to cure Clove ,

on the.a shipment big cargo of of this naval product stores from making Pen jour cough: cough heals' or the cold.lungs It and- stops prevents the I .-- ';::;:::::!c. :::..:-::.:::f:::::::.::::6.W.07' .. .

results from cold.: Cures I la I .- .............:.......i......;1.:6.10.: Private 'Wires N. Y. N. 0 and Chicago. I ICOnONSTOCKSGRAINPROVISIONSandBONDS
sacola during' January exceptionallylarge. serious a I -May: ..............-................. ..;.....8.1* ,.,. i
grippe cough and prevents pneumonii I I ...........,..................;....815.
and consumption.. Contains rio opi -J Iy:..............-......,'.............6.17
h inberlain's Cough Remedy the ates. The. genuine is in a yellow : ufUlt ............_................. 818 j;
Made. package. Refuse substitutes. W. A.D'Alembert ; .September .........................All ,
Best druggist: d--apoth 'ary.1 ., .Ocober .......,...:>..........583:>> '
tm. In my opir.on'Chamberlain's Cough '. ember .............:.. .......5.79 Bought and'Sold on Margin or-for Investment. ;
Remedy is the best made for colds" Mr. Statement. ''. abel' .................. ..573 I>> t
says Mrs. Cora Walker of Porterville' verdict Goldring's of In the I.,r '-. nu*ry ........ ............f-..607 .
The the case
jury Reference First National and Banks
Peoples
: Phone 1173
California. There is no doubt about !! poo1 Spots. 6.18 ;
of Lewis Bear Company against im- ,
PAEPA1D its being the best. No No other other is will cure self seems to be misunderstood. I ad. .........tt... ................... ................
a cold so quicklyl so eure, mitted and gav.e.Bear a check for t3:: New York Cotton Market.
a preventive pneumonia. No otheris --. --- ,- -- -' ,
I amount owed him. $911.4: which na ; Open Hig1 Low Gloat ---
so pleasant and sate to take. Thes-*I returned to me. He insisted that I ;.....;......... 1125 1132:: 11-3 HZ: (
\19? are good 'reasons why. it should be pre-'i i owed him nearly $900.00 more. I refused & :......... ,.... ..... ..... ..... .
I ferred to,any other Toe fact is that to more than' 1911.43. The I' .......';......1140 1144 11.32 UJJ V roxrQu&
few people are satisfiet with any other I verdict ,of pay ths jury is for that exact I Ir ..........t... ..... ....." ..... ..... ICES COAL and WOOD
after having once used this remedy.I favor ;................ 11-61 l1.tiO 1144 1144
I For sale by all druggists. amount being in my to the full. ..........:... ..... ..... .... ..... :rrena. ''thoOllsumer.s' I
extent or the: matter in controversy.N. ............
I Dor I .. 1153 1165 11.52 115! Ice and Fuel Company.
GOLDRING. : '....... .......... ...... ..... ..... ,
KILLING OUT THE ....j.......... ...... .... ..... Office +Corner Chase and Tarragon Phone 259.
I I DELIVERED FOR i ............ 1071 1074 10.M) 1061 -
CHANCE OF .......... .... ..... .... .....
. y $ 1239CHAS.BLUM&CO WATER UYACINTHS,00VERNMENT I : mber................ .... .... .... ,_ _. --,---- r -- -- -'-,-- -

+ SCIIDULL.&N.R.R. ; ew York Spots. 11W ,_ ..
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; EXPERT SAYS HE Grain Market..
Chicago
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SHINGLES SASH DOORS WINDOW I
: 517 AND 519 WEST BAY ST.. HAS SOLVED THE PROBLEM i Commencing Sunday Jan. 28th the Wheat. GLASS.
I L &. N schedule out of Pensacola will Open High' Low Clone
JACKSONVILLE. FLA. I BUILDING MATERIAL.
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y 86 J 8t:% KH SS'H
OF GETTING RID OF THEM 7be I rearranged follows:: .......... .
; 84S '84'g W 4' t3 I
I j Train No. 6, now leaving, at 7:15 Phone II.1 H. G. DeSILVA &. CO.
I a. in. will leave at 7:00 a. m _
Corn. ,
Morris Dannheisser I Train No. 4. now leaving al 1213' s'
t i Dr. Charles Dawson who has been ) Open High Low Close
(Formerly ot Dannheisser Bros.) : at work experimenting with the h jacinths .j 1 noon will leave at 11:53 a, m. ; ......,,....IVA -.0. 45 4 HY",; 44*.;' ... 4 .
I Train No 5. now arriving at 7:10 : -'------'--- --'- -- --' -
I Pure Old Rye and Bourbon Fine oa the St. Johns river has completed -j P. m., will arrive al 6:30 'p. m. y_........4o4 i&M 4o>i 45i!j, .'r---------................................- ...................:
Wines Beer and Tobacco. 'I his test and will now make a -
J. w. LURTO .
full to the government as to i'M New, YorK Stock MarkaL : .
report I
t Old! Hickory Whiskey MySpecialty ; I, D P.-A,. L. & N. R. R.
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the results of his endeavors. says the : 'Open Close,
4 I 12 W. Zarragossa Street Jacksonville Metropolis. "' Pcific..v.! ......_ 72** 70 j Modern Gas' Light is they Most \
4 k PENSCAOLA. FLORIDA.I Dr.' Dawson. who was connected!1 Fresh Eggsro-day.: ,..: ..<.....,v-....,,;_ Ill1, ill i : i
with the agricultural College at Lake 8.R..............; I-& .., 150 151 ,
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: Fresh Florida Egg at $630, 4S 9V-4
p : Florida and Alabama City, has made a study of jacinths fresh Tennessee at < per R--..................;...... I71'i 170; Reliable of All Illuminants. j
and his preparation is said to be most case; : $6.90 peri "
T..9!'; ill :
4 \ i iI
LAND COMPANY I effective )n'tbe d stru tlon'of them. I I i' case. AO'........................ lift 115;*,. '
The government in its experimentswith Another shipment of thos- famous .....,...................... 4U 49
the sprinkling process some time i Fkiels White Plymouth Rock Cockerels ; .J ........................ 82 80",j : Stores offices and warehouses lighted with Gusrc, :
I Manufacturers of I ago. discovered that, the chemicals for breeders. 8........................... 4V* 45 t Ix>mrs, and homes lighted with single, ,gas arcs or tn.i *
I and Dealers in used while destructive to the li>'acinths -j I ED. M POOLEY, 8..preferred.............. l12'. liy,j i candescent mantle3 have' light in abundance at any hour *
1t LUMBER SAWED CYPRESS SHIN.I were also fatal to cattle which :, Wholesale Commission'Dealer. 8...;...;.;..........?...... 33:*., 151; ,I of the day or night-all tae time. Gas Water Heaters .
4 i; OLES AND KILN-DRIED SAP. I are fond of feeding on jacinths. Dr. Phone 1121., 917 E. Jackson. & N........................ 153, IKS I : furnish hot' 'water quickly for bath laundry: or culinary ipurposes.
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Dawson to the conclusion that: 24jan2t* .. ...... U) 9) <
C> I came. ,..... i...................' 1D:'; 178 J. *.
CAll > the only remedy was to add, somethlnato I ,'-- -#--- .;.....!.................... 124 x 12P,. : '_ _
the solution,whereby the cattlewould : .P&c.... ................. ITU 174 .1 I : t :
kinds that you want. not eat toe' hyacinths, and he A GENTLEMAN'S! TASTE IS BEET Y.0 .....!............ :.. 154 i 15. : t :
discovered something particularlj! ob SUITED WITH A % : ....................:...:... 101 102 Gas
noxious to thm. i, .......................... 16f Io7 : : Pensacola Company: \iI
,OAK AND PINE Speaking of his investigation and CERTIFIED CHECK P....!................ ...... I9Ui 147i':, .
his work.,to a Metropolis reporter last'' I.............................. 2,4 24\;. | Phone 148. 24 and 27 E. Garden Street.
night Dr. Dawson saId:' I ( I R..."......_................... 41> 41 :
.t$ cheaper than you car. buy "}o'or. several days now" Iwill be f 5c CIGAR.All : O. L... ..' .. .............. 1W1, 157. : .... .. :
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t' It anywhere. Any size you busy with, my report to the theNjuahties of flavor, 1'1' .......,...................... ]4ip4 145.I ...... ................ ...............
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want. ment. fy experiments have ben' color and goo!' material aroma is- P.-. .......-;-.'..,..........._ 159 155S ---- - -- -' --.

successful, and I am a steadfast believer < embodied in it. 30 TOu'RSTO EUROPE.. JAPAN
Ltho 2 TO
taken as. serioush! Euglishnunas
E.: C. SEWELL J & CO.'s Daily Cottn Letter.
in the sprinkling system whichis .
A. Greenhut& CO. New 'York. Jan. 2t.-Uvf'rpool ca- sono' of :the talent hadexpe.ied.There' Under 8npn. >r anaCt"m.nt. rxm>flun.1ad"antaretl.
d3cidedly preferable to removing was over 300,000 bales traded: in rall.TO\1U Around the WerilAnnusi
I Phone 614. teh hyacinths by mechanical:! means, DISTRIBUTORS' reported spots 'ten points lower yesterday and in our ,Judgment this Oriental. ,Crm.se.' in February fro-
taorning on sales of 12,000 bales. pram N.Fre*
.
and certainly less expensive. ,
-- PENSACOLA. FLORIDA. 'afiort( selling and the
vas principally !
futures wer.e; reduced some 13 FRANK C. CLARK 96 Bway New YorkCOFFEE
The cows unquestionably love the market of this with a
I absorbed all
i ..
\ ) This was a much better show-- .
hjacinths. and thremedy is the fursnishing break, of only 35 points. This in itself
I (
markets than
English
I front the
of something that; will kill thejhjaclntns t shows ine inherent strength of
: been. for result of
looked and
;and also render them distasteful -' as a the staple. ,Under, most conditionsthe
We Put \ I better ,cables our markets open"
to the cattle This has been, heavy selling 'would have caused
: : higher with a 'good un- !
,
accomplished I r rnSUCCEED 1 and the tendency was all a break 'of !\fIr hundred 'points bu
"The hyacinths whfu sprayed in a ; .rd. this in our estimation'only makes the
; Hats on Men'sBeads few days die"and sink to the .bottom j : government report was notNOTICE market so much the. stronger by the
I have found two natural enemies to elimination of ,the .weak lon'; element. We are the Pioneer
I the hyacinths, one being the bonnet : :: ; and creating necessarily' a much larger
I worm and the otjier root-rot. The i iII WHICH short Interest which must be liquidated Coffee Roasters of
to II latter is due to a germ that brings sooner 'or, l later Paper contracts .
i considerable destruction to the plant I I : may be all right ,in .their place West Florida.McHOGH'SBLENDS.

I hop to give the latter a comptete ; Tt.,|. Woolley Sanatorium, the only ia- but they won't make' calico and the ,
investigation at an early day." reckoning is as,,surq as fate We believe -
i in the United States where the
MakeThem of this .interest
the larger; part short
I Cocaine and Wiskey habits
Stomach Troubles and Constipation. I be cure without exposure and to be purely speculative ,,Tth.
I "Chamberlain's Stomach and .1 1 ith so much ease for the patient Oily cut one bale of the actual stuff to do-
'Tablets are the best thing for stomacn I days' time required. Describe liver on their contractsnor.will tct>:
jLookHandsomer troubles and constipation I have ever When You Buy, Ii case and I will write you an bv able to procure one at much higher have no equal. A trial
I prices when the *hor/ down 'omes.
sold. says J. R. Cullman a druggist as to what I can accomplish
Get the Best. will convince the
con
Mich. We believe purchase of cotton on
I of Pottervi'lS, They are easy : you Ask jour family physician
I to take ani always give satisfaction.I It's the Cheapest in the End. investisate. Dr. B M. WooL'ey .104 all spots will show good returns. noisseur that we
I I tell my customers to try them and-if" ryor' Street. Atlanta, Ga.
not satisfactory to come back and get! : ". make no extravagant
'
"Seaboard Florida Limited.
,
'I Will be glad to hare you drop their money, but ''have never had aj i claims.
. p. in and lee us try our skill on complaint." For sale by all druggists. 1I The changes recently made(in the f
,
Landreth's schedule aid trin"Zt'TiCeOf the Sa-
.t : )0:1. Eagles to Meet. I I We Give You a RetailGROCERS
will be a Wholesale and
)board> Air Mne Railway
.
right without
looks just will ;
No man The Eagles hold! a meeting: Friday .
a btcoraing hat. night atf 8 o'clock sharp, at C.: K. great convenience' to: the mans tour03ts
south and those
I .I Guarantee who: are coming
of_A. Hall,- AU members are requested
the already here.. Particular at-:
No matter how stylish ; : ., who are
to be present / New .
clothes he, wears. to it bl!} must I Crop ; I t ntiol\;:is invited-' the-new;:nramg
of'good work and when I.
have a hat that's up-to-date i Nos. 81 and 81-Seaboard Florida and all kinds, of .Feed
'
'
"' H" ; ; i we-say good ; irork we fronted-which was.inaugurated.: first
'Flexible Derby at ,* ii mvan' the very best obtainable I
A Stetson TERSELY TOLD : i train southbound leaving New York St ffs.IPluto .
thrEe fifty Is top-notcher as to jp' BUSINESS LOCALS. Just Received : by means'of i Monday January: 190,6 and north.
stjle- nd the 'quality's there .1 : ; equipment.' I bound first train leaving St. Augustine.

I.***.11cKtnZle' "' oi '"," i i iI : f ? MQDERN Wednesday 'January .10, 1906. This is
-' LAUNDRY METHODS.: I the quickest train'.that will be operated Water
,
I ) OfrUnj t Co. wholesala I i and Jnt lUgent. operation. this season between the east and
retail ship chandlers and grocers, : I '
I and Let t' us'do jour "wash.] tiorida and will be, operatfd daily
the only dr t-.lalS ho'JIf'of the kind : at few
w A. D'Alemberte : and only stops very
H 0. ANSON in Pensacola-. ,Fair W *' to:all. I 'stations. The Seaboard Florjda Limited .I Wholesale and! Retail.
The Star Steam
I ; is composed exclusively of new
C." V. THOMPSON has Just .opened a, Druggist t and Apothecirj, arid up-io-date tl ctrk lighted Pull( Co.
.
New Orleans Grocery
CASH CLOTHIER I fresh line of beautiful box papers ,,i I ) Laundry. man equipment between Ntw* York:
,
suitablefOl'Christmas presents. Algol Tebphone, 109. : ,.
and St. Augustine as follows? Pullman
; and Main. crePe pa.pc!*. Passepartout picture( 1i.nar. '1n.Ht. Phone 114. i Car. Double: Drawing"" Rooii1Sleepln'g'Cars.State Jas. McHugh
:Corner Pilafoi i 19dcc.binding,' purses Christmas. cards etc< I 121 I South Pilaf'Street; I 't "snUcoi. Fl v : Dining RoonTaitc1 Obser-}': ,

: T I ration! car. 1 Phone 105. Proprietor.

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