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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: February 7, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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RAILROAD RATE GOVERNOR BROWARD ON SECry. M d nuy INCASE 'PRESIDENT WANTS THE.... SECRETARY TAFT



LAWSON'SCOMMITUEWhich PUNISHMENT: REGULATEDPower


MEASURE[ IN OF.1HE ANGRY WITHWAllACE

Will Vote Proxies Secured by Boston to Deal Summarily' With Hazersat



HOUSE Man at Insurance Company PACKERS: Naval. Academy Should Je Lodged.. .

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Annual Meetings.By : d.,. in Some' Officer or Body. : .

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Associated Press. It is said the other members of, the By Associated Press. to ,subject a midshipman convicted of .
S Seventeen t Speeches Made Yesterday Des :Moines: la., Feb. 6.-Thos. '\)". committee will be Governor' Johnson, Active Part Taken fay l, Attorney Washington Feb. 'President hazing to dismissal from the academy Almost Cursed former,, ,Chief f Engineer

in of t the and Lawson invited.of Boston, today called o'n of Minnesota; Senator LaFollette, 'of General in Trial at Chicago Roosevelt in a letter to Chairman as frequently the punishment Is quite
Support Governor Cummins to disproportionate to the offense com and Said He Had No
serve on the committee to which he Wisconsin; Governor N, B. Broward, Hale and Chairman Ross, respective mitted.

Bill.PRESIDENT. will turn over the New York Life and of Florida; and former Attorney' Gen Yesterday. !! ly.. of .the senaty and house committees He suggested further' that it is'an Use for Him.
Mutual Life Insurance Company prox eral Monnett of Ohio. urges that legislation be enactedat error to 'try a midshipman accuse of
-- ies. He will ask the committee to attend The proxies being so worded that ---''l\ the present session of congress to hazing by urtmartial.: ;
the annual meetings of the two Lawson cannot vote them' himself "he regulate punishment for hazing at the : His, idea is rhat power to deal'with r
SCORED companies to elect good men as direc- desires to turn them over to a committee Admitted Accuracy of Copy of the naval academy.The such cases ought to bet lodged in some MEN ARE WELL FED
of unquestioned responsibility President points' out 'that in administrative officer, or body to deal I ..
tors.GoV. Cummins said he would consider to be named by him, which will attendits President's teak some instances,it is:manifestly unjust summarily with them., '

the proposition. meetings and vote the proxies: .i T
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6 By y Gilespie, of Texas, f for Reply!) 03Mother CAUSED SOMETHING- .::6F SENSATION SENATE PREROGATIVES? Had Never Seen Employees Better

Combine. Killed Children and Taken Care of.
Regarding BY ASSERTING-.THAT: ATTORNEYS /TV
,FRAMING TREATIESENTIRE

Self by AsphyxiationBy HAD.IN'CbRRECTLY. .
SAYS THOROUGH INVESTIGATION CLAUSE RELATIVE COMPLAINTS CAME FROM CLERKS
CONSTRUED
DAY.IN. UPPER HOUSE: OF CONGRESS DEVOTED TO QUESTION -
CHARGES SHOULD HAVE WHO WENT TO ISTHMUS
OF HIS Associated Press. by the police indicates that Mrs Annie TO BEEF TRUST NVESTIGA- RAISED BY MR. BACON IN' SPEECH ON HIS RESOLUTION FROM i

BEEN MADE AND REITERATES Boston.Feb. 6.-A woman and four L. Dixon killed the'children and .. WASHINGTON .OR NEW YORK
children were found dead in bed at then herself by opening three gas jets. TION. ; REQUESTING INFORMATION.
ALLEGATION OF ILLEGAL COMBINE their borne No. 29 Dennis street Rox- The children were Annie a'gsd 5; AND HAD A MISTAKEN IDEA OF
bury District to-night. Investigation George li; Mildren, 2; and Marion 1.
TO CONTROL Associated Press in his resolution LIFE IN A TROPICAL COUNTRY;
I Associated Press. By con a strong speech.on
,
By
.., Washington; Feb. .-The senate did, requesting information concerning
DEBATE CLOSES. TRAFFIC-j Chicago Feb. 6.-United'States Attorney not have an opportunity today to hear' the Algecirae conference lie

IMERCHANTSARE WILL TOW BARGE General :Moody: 't topi' an active tbe 'discussion ) f. Patterson's resolution talked for almost three hours and was: By Associated Prese. '

I part to-day in the trial of.,the packerscase. onthe action of the democratic followed by Mr. Spooner' who poke Washington Feb. 6.-Durin'g his
By Associated Press TO GUANTANAMO caucus as partially 'promised yesterday for over an hour. 1
( At of be testimony before the
Washington Feb. 6.-fravjng/ fixed th"31M the opening :}he court but gave, the entire day to a Both speeobe6'were interspersed senate Committee -
the rail- was"callea upon by Attorney" John S. revival of the question of preogatlves with debate, largely between ''Mssrs. on Inter-oceanic Canals_ today,
of the general debate on
Miller who representsartnour( & Co., of the senate in the matter of framing Eftcop ud Spooner and there were John F. Wallace: former chief engineer '
rag att' bill at 4:30:: to-morrow the ASKED TO TUG UNCAS WILL SAIL TODAY to pidducc" the' ri'inaCcopy( of* a treaties.! two or three very tfearp flashes) 'between of the Isthmian canal said:
ifcognuion:.; of the chair: passed around The question was,raised by )Ir. Ba- them
far1
letter written to, him President "The secretary of'ar told me ho
House Ii FOR THAT PLACE WITH ONE
in the
lively rate today.ft
r a "
Roosevelt or admit the authenticity of bad no use for me except on the Isthmus -
$; .nteen speeches were made all, OF THE COAL BARGES. a'copy which }Ir.-filler*produced in i as directing engineer, lie was

t !hem for the measure and the railroad CLOSE court. The Attorney General admitted NEGRO KILLED so angry in his treatment that he all
-. came in for the usual amount of i RECORD TARGET "
the accuracy as a copy but Declared but cursed me. ,
tr: "n-i.ni.Mr I The powerful naval tug Uncas that a clause in- 'the 'latter BY MOB_ SUNDAY) }Ira Wallace said In all his experi-

Gil spie of Texas, author of;I which has been at the local navy which' the attorneys of 4he packers I ence in railroad construction 'he had

tkf resolution regarding) the alleged yard, will probably sail this morning construed as meaning that the <'V 'artment never,seen men better fed than on the .
Pennsylvania Railroad combination,! For Half Day on Washington'sBirthday if the weather permits:for Guantanamo, of justice ,and. drp-irtraent" of ALLEGED TO HAVE ATTEMPTED PRACTICE OF. Isthmus: The complaints ho said

:.insworo-l yesterday, by the president.-I by t the'Carnival' :t3hewill'l bare'I in tow one_ of.the'navalcoal cqnlmerce.. and: labor. want Ww'king on 'TO ASSASSINATE' WHITE MAN came.; from, clerks who went 'tq ton
declared that the answer was an in-' barges built at the local navy the case In unison was incorrect. The isthmus from Washington antf New

Milt : thaI with the great machinery. 1' Association.Members yard, and which! will be used by the assertion caused much excitement WHO GAVE- HIM .:THRASH York and -who got:'an idea from musical s

hand a complete! investigation of ae- t navy department at the above point, among the, attorneys for the packers', ING. *-, FLEET comedies that life in a tropical .

mal conditions! should have been The Uncas did not return until the and they objected to the statement of climate was to lie in a hammock and

wade.lr.. of the Carnival Associa latter portion of last week from: Panama -the Attorney General, as being improper enjoy themselves
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\ Cil" pie) said] such investigation yesterday circulatinga and the The not By Associated; Press r
tiou were busy ) where she towed a barge,. before tbe'jury. letter was .
would "hQIhat the railroads' carry petition among the merchants and plans were for her to leave here yesterday offered'* In evidence but was markedfor Montgomery,; Feb.. 6;- special to Will Be' Held Ten 'Miles South of FOUR KILLED

in;;! bituminous! coal to Atlantic ports business men of the city requesting but owing to the non-arrival'or identification. the Advertiser from: Ozark.Ala., says:

ati i he Pennsylvania, New York Cen"a that a half-holiday be given all employees the new commanding officer of the ves- Jim Cotton; a negro, :was shot to Cuba if Arrangements Can COLLISION
Baltimore: & Ohio Chesapeake Washington's birthday RUSSIAN NATIONAL death Sunday'atElamvllle by a mob
:
on esl. she could not leave at the appoint
ai Ohio, :Norfolk; and Western and&ading February 22. Those who had the mat ed time. ASSEMBLY ELECTIONSBy of white men. It is alleged that he Be Made
H' cited facts that had tfeiped Jim Phillips I .
in the afternoon attempted to assassinate *
late
ter in hand reported The now commanding officer of the 'PASSENGER TRAINS RUN TO.
>! ,( concerning the relations of meeting with Associated PressSt. a white man,"who had given him a
that they were Boaitswain E. J. Norcott.
Chief
.
is r "
ic.it 01 these roads which he named tug : Petersburg, Feb. 6.-Elections to thrashing. Phillips was unharmed.No According to statements sent out GETHED WITH FATAL RE.
much encouragement and it is expected who was formerly on the Osceola ,, arrests have 'been; made but inquiry ,
will be held
the National Assembly from Washington and
possibly
t a; 'hi first resolution, in regard tot emanating -
that upon that date every store lathe this port but who has been at Bos- April ';. The assembly will convene: into the lynching Is being made I from the department the / SULTS IN OREGON.By .
the stockholders navy
n basing same I
city will be c1os'cd. ton for some months. April 28. '''by the authorities. North _.__. i
and due;'-tors, lie insisted that an in- association desires the I record taget practice of the At- -
The. lantic fleet will be conducted the '
\e'ipauou would show there had on
Associated Press.
stores to close for the reason i south side of Cuba about ten miles
been an allotment to each coal carrying that on the aboved\ named datea : Portland. Ore.. Feb. 6.Four passenger

road() or certain territory to preen benefit game. of, .football -will beplayed I from. Guantanamo. This however, were killed and ten more or F
has not been settled definitely l ,
* > "competition by of rate adjsimeni : upon
means
at Palmetto Beach and all of I less seriously injured in a rear end
:aj. it is not known whether suitable F
ana combination
agreements towards defraying collision between two passengertrainstoday
the receipts wilU go :arrangements can be made. A special !
and also that the Pennsylvanian the expenses of the coming big I on the Oregon Railroad and V
:New; from Washington, which was publi.shed g
The Co. line Bridal VeiL
celebration. game Navigation near
fceii Mardi Gras !in the New York Herald, is: as
stock ownership arrangements,, and
interesting one.
expected to be an follows: I
la\'I' nr"Yi>nied coal from the terri .
the "
effort is being made toy association practice of the
"The target
every record ESCAPEIUNTERS'SET
NARROW
'oi ott tie be-
> N.&W. and C.0. '
to get out as large a crowdas < Atlantic fleet will be held'ot! the
ins! offered anywhere above the Virginia if the
that
possible. It is known jr-4 south coast of Cuba about ten miles OF RESIDENCE
,
capes..Mr.
stores close that, there,wlll be many west/:of Guantanamo. in March, provided
Gilespie has: prepared a resolution to attend who could not other 1 'suitable arrangement to that
: which he will introduce, requvst- persons consequently the request end'< can be effected. This practice
'Ins the president to direct the Inter- wise to so, and merchants. will be ,preceded by small arms practice WOODS ON FiREAND
stat Commerce Commission to maks is being made of the at Guantanamo. Three principal '
ranges have been prepared and 'it, is CAME NEAR DESTROYING -*
an investigation; of all these charges.
thousand I
estimated three men can use
That a combination controlled by these in a day." VALUABLE PROPERTY. S
ranges
T {
tae Pennsylvania railroad existed"to CAMP W ARD NO. iW ,

control the coal output of West Virginia "
: WILLIAM ,GOEBEL'SM The Geo. W. Wright residence, 1m
was stated to-day by Mr. Gaines,
which was purchased some time sine
s republican of that state :
MEMORY HONORED by the iPfensacola Investment Com 4f

10 1 ELECTS pany., had a narrow escape from dot $ -

HUNDREDS I OF struction yesterday. The place Is lo- ;*

ROa E HELD AT, NOON ,YESTERDAY catetf north of the city about a mile'

NEGROES STRIKEt'PLOYEES J7JWORXMf.@ : ; IN CHAMBER-. from the poor, farm and la not occupied i
OFFICERSHeld except by a colored man who is
KENTUCKY HOUSE. a .caretaker and who, at the time
/! was absent from the place.

[ : OF VIRGINIA-CARO- JTJ}l611.Rf.fl) AllJWO / The .property consists of about 160
acres, allot which is under fence,and
LINA .... YFlO 1J. IN By Associated, erC5 *
CHEMICAL DEMAND IN. J near the center of which is a 13ne
Largely Attended and Enthusiastic i :' .':;...- IU3 A.ND. .JOiR.!) })jJ Frankfort Ky., Feb. : 6.-" The Ken- two-story dwelling: with barns, oot-
CREASE IN WAGES.By ,- Meeting Last ,. PA"I C@urz : -th memory of Wm. Goebiel by.hold- hcntsrs passing through the place set ;
.
: : ..oJli 'l'. @$. ::: : i memoriai exercises".at.noon jn the I' Ire to some dry grass and with the '

Associated Press. Nighl.: .... <. I : ', l house chamber: Nine speeches ia'f strong wind blowing It watt only a t
.. .- eulogy made. Tbe occasion was i short time before .the fire was nwtf- t tag
; were
Charleston! strike ; .
S. C, Feb. 6.-A .3 .. ..qr '
'- F
of'his I tot
f'ht':: phosphate hands in the mills of : :, the sixth anniversary death. through the woods grass
: the
the fences approaching
burning ,
Virginia-Carolina Chemical Co. Ward'No,10. United Confed ; ; i
|u rendered three mills idle and It is Camp Veterans, held an enthusiasticand .' 'J,,'"? o {., DECISION ON "JIM CROW"LAW I residence A telephone and other message property.'was sent to

.'-"frstood, that tomorrow it will af- erate attended' meeting last / .., :- WAS EXPECTEDA : ths city at once by some party residing
the whole system of mills. Fiveshred largely \ of
.
: near and R. B. Simpson one
';::: men ara out and it is believed night in the office of N..B. Cook when, a_. 's ,.. rr ,.-\,- decision on the legality "of Pen I: the owners left at once for the scene ,
fifteen hundred will quit. Tbe men besides the transaction of the regular : : -",.._" _' .. .. sacola'a "Jim Crow" law wa6expectedyesterday in-lying .there.he found Mr. Howell i r

a'eJo getting a dollar a day and de- business, officers to serve during the .-_ ;_ I but if such 'Was' rendered! a young man residing nE'ar. at work Into
aed 25 cents more. Nearly all are year were elected. Tfce election of of- ? J' .... : by the supreme court of the; state,, no effort"to stop the fire. He hal '

ttgroes fleers resulted as follows: .', .. ; [- news of it reached Pensaoola. yesterday -I hitched a horse to a plow and was t
Comma'nder-Boykin Jones.. -:IJ or last night i buiily engaged In plowing furrows toas
|VOTE TO ABOLISH THE First Lieutenant-C. V. Thompson. .,': air i Yesterday was the day set for hand, to stop the progress.of the fire t-e- f
DISPENSARYBy Second, Lieutenant-E.. : ing down the decision 'but:it is,sup- fore it reached the nouse*. Mr Simpson
STATE Third Lieutenant-J. M. Flynn. : ;-. r;'! .0 posed that It was not done: or some seized a hoe and went to worU '
Adjutant-John I* Pinney. : .. notice of the action; would Tiare reached ; with a Tim in the same direction and ill
Associated Press Suarez. : : ,this city. tIt between the two they succeeded' ia ,
Frank :: -
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Columbia, S. C.. Feb. .The house Chaplain < > ; : although the flames patna
r'' Maior-J. P.. Goodman. :; : : is now the supposition that tbe their efforts
.: ft'llre:4t'Dtlttlvf.s. today passed by a QuartermastertSerseant Sorseaat --I). G.J t decision will not be made-until nextTuesday. within three or four feet ,of the. bi aWm. r
ItJor't ty of 23 th* Morgan bill to abol- '- >: : C
( state dispensaryThe bill J Brent. MJ Chestnut .. CZAR:. "WHY. TillS BEATS MY. COSSACKSl" ..
4' &:ready passed the senate.. Color Sergeant-J. .. t



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PA TWO THE 'PEW&ACOLA_ ; JOURNAL, WEDNESDAY MORNING' : F E B RU ARY -_,; : 7? \.. _. ,' _'',

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: I $'1.. ** :a*******:" $.:. a : RUN DOWN AND NERVOUS !
A Bad Stomach Severe -
I II f I PENSAGOUI GETS Cough-,
Xesaens I- t'Uie ._Short Story i -... .
the usefulness and mars the happiness J Jot/mars.Daily VINOL
of life. : RESTORED THE HEALTH

It's a weak stomach, a etomach that can OF MISS BL.A1RPRES.: Threatened

bot Among properly Ita perform symptoms its are functions.distress after I INDIAN SUMMER' if I SOPHOMORE CLUB SAME RATE AS A Consumption


_ eating nausea between meals heartburn CORDON Alrt.Mary Painter.who was
belching, vomiting, flatulence and nervous :\ BY KEITH | A member of tire firm of W.H. White ;kk21i; ) to a shadow and threatened with reducell

headache.Hood'sSarsaparilla. Copyright 1903 by T. C. Mcdu & Co., ]says "Many people right hereIn -S sumption. Is restored to health COn.

.i Pensacola are just in Miss Blair's :- strength Duffy'sPureMaJtWhlskh
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| "'f i&* ; N-H k-a lM .. condition all run down hardly able OTHERS ).i Bedridden, husband could hard.

to dra's about, don't know what ails t Iy move from backache,Is.lao
them. .. and made Speedily
cured: as strong
Cores a bad stomach.Indigestion and dyspepsia The barbaric red of the parasol which "Yet I suppose we are the ones out 4 as ever and 6O\inil\
.and the cure ts permanent. of all that old set who would have
she presently unturled when with a "It is with swat pleasure
Accept: x'i substitute. been picked out as likely to make ear I Write to k1!
port of aimless reluctance she bad Railroads All, Over United States you ,what 1 think of Duffy Mat! WhIs-
ly' marriages."he went on. "How under Sr key. I clncerely believe it Is the
vassed down the steps and out Into the medicine made grand
ever I
{ took a
the sun do you account for it? and and cough th 1
September sunshine formed a viVId Canada: Make Low( Rate t spring it got so bad my friend.
"It's one of the things that can only thought I had consumption I
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background for the small. well set be accounted for on the theory that we- thin as a skeleton, had given un. II
for Mardi 'Gras. could scarcely live, so I bought IJJ4
bead and a face which was at once humorous ho ot.
are both wise beyond our time. was ties LotDully's! Malt Whiskey As
''i and quizzical as If the pageantof tho mock: grave answer Then In a' e as began to take It roy cough Il'SSt'&!JIlt

life bad "raised in her an eternal teasing tone she continued: "My but IVnsacola is now on an equal basis 80 now we as sent well for as a'ver.dozen bottles and 1 I

Question and an accompanying smile.At you're going to have a lerely time! with New Orleans :Mobile and other 'My husband and I tae been i

the distance of a halt block the There are about two dozen little and cities, so far. as low rates for'tae Mardi ache all Bummer till he could lie was hardly down with {TSJ1. .
trim In Its severe white pique Gras festivities ara: concerned. move and 1I0W
flgnre
well
big Johns Marys Charlies and Franksfor be Is as as anybody. I am
f PUREI seemed all girL A closer approach. to admire. Every railroad in the United States than I have been since *'e were mam Etout 1'
you and Canada this the Please send us another dozen
however showed 'In the wavy dark has granted city botti' ,
'This Is Uncle the as we cannot get along
Fergus.
your same low, rates that are &1ven to,other, without it. "
I hair Isolated silver thre..a.d8-those outriders 4 MRS. MARY PAINTER
OR1JG5Ji will 'He and I used Phoenix
/ fond parents say. ; cities. MRS. MART PAINTER Sept. 22. 1905. ilo.Duffy's .
of time which come to lay low
'
to school he
to together. 'Oh. papa.
go It; has been the impression that
the loveliest must be an awful old manr That's 4--' with the exception of the Louisvi'le!
And Indeed, only a few days before Pure Malt
what you're going through again and MISS HOSE BLUB.' and Nashville and some other roads Whiskey
i :\. two placid matrons who had cast off Pensacola did not
\ again. Pvc been through it until I I touching the :-south
\ their girlish slimness as a snake does This enjoy the low rates to other
wish the word 'aunt' were blotted out contrition is probably causedby given For has been prescribed by doctors of
more than fifty years every
Its skin and achieved rn its place solidity of the language." a cold or cough which is hard to cities.; This is not the case, however ommended by temperance advocates and ministers of the Gospel. and used school In Tee.

"A KEY OF SOLID GOLD CANNOT and double chins might have On and.on they walked talking with cure, overwork, or too close 'confine as all road's put this city on the same two thousand leading hospitals as the greatest tonic etlmulant and health butte nw1-
HEALTH'S GATE UNFOLD." been board discussing her case. ment to business. Such people need basis as others and ticket offered for known to medical science .
undiminished interest As he remarked Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey' cures coughS. colds, consumption grip, bronrhit.
.u But the gold can buy the drugs here Strange that Elizabeth Ware doesrit in reply to her suggestion that it Vinol.. We guarantee that it will cure sale bear the name! of Pensacola as and pneumonia It stimulates and enriches the blood aids digestion builds tit:
them and build well as Mobile and New Orleans. the nerve tissue tones .the heart and fortifies the system
which will J loosen many a cramped marry! observed> one as with eyes them up or return up agaimt *
was time she tnn ed toward home, it is germs It prolongs life keeps the old young and the young strong, DuSt!
From the number of inquiries
wherever
money it and the following -
( stomach or muscle, and health's gate bent upon her embroidery hoop she i the more they talked the more they fails this Pure Malt Whiskey contains no fu-<*>! oil and is the only whiskey recognized 1 tJ,
t; will roil wide open when you apply caused a strange floral piece to bloom letter Is only one of many expected that the travel south the Government as a medicine. This is a guarantee.
: them rightly. Pure drugs, chemicals. upon a piece of white linen. "She's i hid to say.Never! .". showing what Vinol will' do." year and especially to this city will CAUTZOIC. careful to cd the genuine when yon ask for Duffy's Pure Milt
Miss Rose Blair president Sophomore exceptionally heavy. Whiskey. Sold in sealed bottles only; never in bulk. Look for the trade-mark
tilt
medicines, toilet and sick room accessories getting on. Let me see. She was in had there been the slightest ..Old Chemist,"oa the label and be sate the seal over the cork is unbroken.
: perfumes snapa-everything the next class to me at Mme. Dore's sentiinfot between them. though they, Jlubf' Kansas::eity }lo., writes: reliable druggists and grocers or direct$1.00 a bottle. Doctor's advice and aiedL-.i ill
"La.st spring I was all run down*. nervous RHEUMATISM booklet free. uffy Malt Whiskey Co..Rochester T.
for the bath or shaving here. and Harold will be fourteen next October had been good friends until circumstances -
and When irritation exist on
Irritable I lost my appetite pains or
I HOOTON'S PHARMACY ." Harold was her eldest child- had sent Blynn to a distant and couhlinot-slep. I .tried many any part of the body, the application N. Distributor.- .
one of those cantankerous pegs by land on a business enterprise. He recalled medicines without any benefit. Your of Ballard's Snow Liniment gives

The Birth Place of Prompt Delivery. which matrons keep tab on the age of ber as the best of comradesagirl coa:* liver oil 1>rep r tIon- Vinol was prompt relief F W. Sullivan, Prop.

PHONE 1100. their unmarried friends with no nonaense about ber. But recommended and Uncertainly worked Sullivan House El Reno O. T., writes PHONE 183.

"She must be nearly thirty-five If he could not remember that In theexuberant wonders for me. It: was delicious to June 6, 1902: "I take pleasure] in recommending

she's a day" the speaker concluded days of his youth, when he take and not at all Jike the greasy -'Ot Ballard's Snow Linimentto
NEW METHOD
! : Florida and Alabama after a brief pause, in which she debated had made love in turn to most of the liver .oil and emulsions' I :was used Jo, all who are are afflicted with rheu LAUNDRY

girls of their wt,.he bad ever included Vionl gave me- a hearty appetite and matism. It is the only remedy ,I
with himself, what would bs the her. As he watched her from the restored me to perfect health and have found that gives immediate, re
; LAND COMPANY proper IS bbaje i>r. green to use ror corner of fate eye losing co now whit of her slren5th. I"consider- Vinol a wonderful lief. 25c 50c and $1.00. Sold by all E. W. LAWRCNCC! ,.,.,.,;.trw.. No.8 W..i Roman St. Peavacols. Fit

maideabiur fern. "Her time Is growing rerrtmy.. -- -
4: Manufacturers ot -short. mature, grace, he wondered by what cures conditions tVinol like this be- druggists.

I and Dealers in charm sbe-had been held immune. .
It contains everyone of
cuse the
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. Her companion, eagaged In.-a similar curative Secret DrlnklasT Devices* /V*. SSO3.C. .
; UMBER, SAWED CYPRESS SHIN. Up to the moment of their accidental medicinal elements found in cod '
emplovraent looked
meditatively off The sanitarium was for womea only
GLES AND KILN-DRIED SAP. meeting if he bad thought of her at liver oil without a drop of the uselessoil .W. LAMAR President. JOHN PFEIFFER. Assistant Cashier
the
over mueotik shaven lawn which luxurious
-women dipsomaniacs-a.
an his mind bad only crushed her to upsU the stomach and retardIts M. E. CLARK Vice-President and Cashier. I. W. ANDREWS, Assistant Caslw'
seemed to share her own domestic place. The rate was $125 a week.This. .
Identity along with the group of old work and it strengthens every or-
placidity ,friends all of whom it tr.nld be a gen- gan In the body. ." said the superintendent, "Is
Thirty-fbur, i tlunkf-she announcedin tie. halt sad pleasure to see again. If We ask every rundown nervous our museum. Odd grotesque, she THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK
31R a voice whose preoccupation' aug.gested debilitated aged or weak person in The museum was a collection of instiu ,
which to
only to fix a standard by
I that she had been rummaging Pensacola and, every person suffering ments for secret drinking that had Of nNSACOLA, (LA.
measure bow far be bad for it is
gone
in that prehistoric paRt which contained from stubborn colds. hanging on been taken from female dipsomaniacs.
neither,husband nor babies. Thirty only thus comparing ourselves with coughs or bronchial troubles to try There was a carriage dock with a DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNItED STATES.
R the friends with whom we were once
-four, I'm nietty sure., Still she certainly : Vinoj on our- 'guarante to return false back that'would hold a half pint I'| CAPITAL STOCK $200,000. SUJ\PLUS"S60OOO.
abreast that we can gauge our progress if It fails." W. II. :White & ,
doesntjook it; and she's always money of whisky; there was a muff with a !
bad plenty of attention." or estimate our failures.' Co., druggists.;, round flask of India rubber in its hollow DIRECTORS.
Yet he had a curious sensationof '
In the absorbing interest of the flowers I now stumbled somethingthat Inside*.a mouthpiece like that on Henry L. Cevinglon) Frank Reilly F. E. Brenner
having
upon
they; were fashioning the subjectwas ft baby's bottle was hidden under a rosette. -, J. M- Pfettfer W. S. Rosasco. C. W. Lamar,
dropped but the thought wave I be had.craved-something the lack face for a moment'and'' ,,men swineaportentously. The owner of the muff would Bryaa Ihtmrodyi T. F. McGourin J. R.Ssunder
which had made him restless and
then .started! reached Elizabeth Ware of : press It to her face. a very natl11'tJ1I A. |N. Avery W. ". Milton 0. E. Maura
n herself later e*. Ill at ease, and as the conviction! over ''Ton"ee-had' your o'nway too-lone. and common movement, and at UM I' W. Cawthon, Dr. W. J. Hannah McKenzie Oertlng,
I spread his mind in all its amazing certainty '- What Is the-enb- Alex cGo-ID..' C. M. Covlngton [.
It was a wonderful day.. full of mel- YOUZh17I jaa-need same time take a stiff drink. There M. Clark.

low _mature, indescribable charm. his manner grew abstracted. dulngeiteet t>t masoolTbe guidance,and were a doves sorts of bonbons candies

g PURITYDURABILITYECONOMYA "Summer grows wise" Elizabeth Then he became alert with a sudden frantfc I ehauld like the post. of all shapes and hues each containingtwo Account- .* of Banks Individuals, Corporationsand Firms Solicited.

i LEDKJTCHEN.WABE.UNEOUA1IIIn thought to herself,**no"longer dazzling I I purpose. With something .of baa old "Remember!< JOB' let
;i and shriveMny. but :flooding the world Impetuosity he reasoned that here was before;" be enl oa In an aggrievedtone -It would not ope -had room for a -

with tender l :ht; veiling Its splendors a matter that bad: been deferred long ,' .seernjrtbst: '\11IM about to pro- half pint la it.A number of purses

in mist?' I I enough teat "Of'eoane you did. If you badbeen were nothing bat whisky flasks covered .

Hihi Order to The strong white. ungloved bands If his inatinct told him so much at thfrigbt soft of a .tei.' WA rt with beadwork or leather or silver .

twirled the parasol thoughtfully while that first meeting he was doubly sure you ba' e> taught: me that I loved. ,700 or gold There was even a prayer -

their owner 'drew in a deep breath. of it at the end of the following month. even theaF'She book with a flask inside.-New York

PopularizeThis There -was something In the day that He seemed now to himself to have returned laughed outright Press. ,_ ONE ,PEA TURE ALONE

stirred 'memories, "brought back: half home for the express purpose "I. happen to remember that Tod

forgotten flirtations filled her thoughtswith of seeing Elizabeth: Her society was were head over heels 4n love with Har Shout4 Not CaP Parrot.

a vague beautiful regret-the loss like long drafts of cool water from old's mamma' about that 'time" she TTature never Intended that parrots OF"A CHECKACCOUNTAt
Ware
; of something fibeahad never known. I some boyhood's well. He hadn't Jeered. "Anyway, w *pe too .14 for should be confined in cages," said a

Somewhere about a locust shrilled : thought m cfa about the water at the sentiment Onr sprta and summer bird fancier. They: get gouty feet, become -

Its warning of the frosts to come. time. One never does., He had sup- are ov r." Irritable, are liable to fits and

I II we sell for one Miss Warer'a qyea crew dreajny, pen- posed that all water was. >OI. clear and "Tea they 'Care" he admitted, with convulsions, lose their feathers arid The First National makes it well worth
future refreshing. He knew better now.There gravily. "'But this torn of oun"bbtone pick themselves till they are a mass of .
aive with that .questioning or Tne .
butone such well bnt oat mutilated Confinement having; that is, the convenience of
which,'wll disturb the mind of the was rang witit-ihe mastery of one who deformity. and settling

week at unmated :woman untL1 the last fence isreached. Elizabeth."It is sure-"we'll can it Indian summer." Improper diet are-the causes of all this a bill. '
a isn't decent' for a woman of your It ,a parrot gets an Irritation of the

Had perchance made a mistake? age to be hu bandtess," was his scornful No Case of Pneumonia on Record skin, and draws blood while picking You can easily send by mail a check

; She thought of her school friends way of beginning the-attack. We do not know of himself he will keep on tin be is a horrid
discount of wrap- a single instance covering account and that witn-
: your too
1'I ped In contentment-and flesh-who no "Oh I don't knowwas: that lady'seasy wtoare a cough or cold resulted in spectacle: Once tasted, a thirst for ;

longer seemed contemporanee. They rejoinder. "We spinsters hare pneumonia of consumption when Fo- blood has been created and will never out any cost whatever to you except
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had secured their'matrimonial prizesyes our uses. Think how we serve to point ley's Honey and Tar had been taken. cease. postage. -

: 20 cent. and sat' down by the roadside of morals. WhY. I've'no doubt that I myself It cures coughs and colds perfectly so *'I made a trip to Gtainea once, and

per life, with'no desire to fare further! have been the object lesson that do not take chances with some unknown when I saw the happiness of the birdsIn We furnish check books free, pocket or
has saredMBor than one sweet preparation which may contain a state of freedom I declare my coo-
young
So far as she knew all were mildly
desk size and for business
firms
happy. Bat beside them she felt ridiculously thing from oeUbacy. I can just imagIne opiates which cause constipation, science smote me. I saw thousands of their name

: young, and joyous. A smile ( a mother saying. 'You'd better not a condition that retards recovery froma them from the'lovely little grass parra- and business neatly printed on each check.
&eioii cold. Ask for Ftoley's Honey and keet to th and
r touched her lips: as she, reflected thatIt be too particular or yan'll be aa old king parrot nothing
I Tar and refuse
was with Harold. the tourtet'n-year- maid lCrt> Beth Ware" any substitute offered. can exceed their grace and delightful
W. A. D'Alemberte druggist
!* 107 SOUTH PALAFOX 5TRCTPENSACOLA old that she preferred to walk and He grinned into the dark, debonair apothecary. anj expression in the open eountry.MIi.waukee
Press
talk ratherthail; with Harold's plump I -- '.- ----,,-. -- ,- I Free ,

and settled mamma. II.. 8.m0 Christmas Thought.

' I", Then she reviewed the thirty-five ; THE "LOST ARTS." Lift tip your eyes to the great meanIng FIRST NATIONAL BANK

i years that. stretched behind her flamIng (r *k r Ar* Sot-8. Much Lost M Tm y of the day and dare to think of
like the tall'f4 comet with variety
a Ar. Discarded. your humanity as something so divinely

'VCOFFEE with pleasant wanderings with an /Birth "Not so many years ago it was quits precious that it is worthy of bring OF PENSACOLA FLA.W .

ever changing group of men friends made an offering to God. Count it asa
commonly asserted that modern work ,
H.Esownes.Pres w.K.HVM.JR.V.Pr,s.and CaAier.
added
who had piquancy and deep men could not quarry or, having quarried privilege to make that offering as T.W BJtEJ and W.N.ROBaRTs ...t.C&ihien.

knowledge-toiler experience. Exchange could not handle stones as large complete as possible keeping nothing DtBJOTOJUt-F.: p. Brenl.- W. A. Blcrant.O.Brent SC. H, Knowles, W K. Hr' r. Jr&i .,
that long beautiful experience, that back and then out to the pleasuresand I
t as the monoliths of Egypt says a scientist go
We are the Pioneer brilliant afterglow of youth which had _
duties of -
: your life having been -i1
"and the writer has beard a public :
Lt Coffee Roasters of I kept h radiant and alert for the calm speaker of note assert that it would I I truly born anew Into his divinity as
happiness of her married friends? t
he
West Florida.McHUGH'S i! be impossible to handle with modern was born into our humanity. on

evert Implements such large stones as were. Christmas day.-Phillips Brooks. -i;. BILTON Gtt h..lD..T. T. B. WILLK8.: VcE.Fai5IDEsT
\ Just ,a& she ,reached this energetic a.K..isas.z.Cassiar. ., .
I, used In the pyramids or to join themI May the spirit of the sweet Christmas JLUfI"ULD MORJt O. ,1' CUIIII

negative the approaching figure of a I I perfectly as they are joined there. Child possess me; may the Star oJ Citizens National Bank
BLENDShave man held her Idlee.. As he came
; Bethlehem shine
above my dwelling ,
Yet, when occasion arose larger stones :
nearer a. smile 'of pleased recognition I of Peseteol "Icrtcb.Dl.reotor .
Vt is very much like the blossom.. I than any of these were quarried In place.-Thomas a Eempla.
ber fa She could
lighted e scarcely be : _.
ing of a flower Its beauty and Maine and some of the larger monoliths I I The season of regenerated feeling ,
'lIeber: eyes:-:Fergus Biymn.: lined Geo.W Wright, Morrt Bar. j E. We l:.iBiv
no equal. A trial and his his perfection depends entirely themselves were transported not the season for kindling not merely the U.SoVlBtOB. 1,. Hlltofl Grwa. _
meantng.deejeced by ten
upon the care bestowed upon fire of hospitality in the hall but the GENERAL BNNKINQ USINE$3
to it and erected
will convince the absence only sea, but across la TRANSACTED.
con still
: years of but undeniably its parent, Expectant mothers I I
England France and America. genial flames of charity: In the heart-
$; noisseur that Fergus. should have the tenderest care. :Washington. Irving.
we Before the gladness of the surprise I They should be spared all worry "There are individuals today who I I We make a reat.deal of with ... .... .. 'l.. .. ... ........................
make no extravagant died out of her eyes be had seen ber and anxiety. They should eat might if they chose cause the transportation I peace J. RaBSH. eiI4ent E. W. MBNEFEB. Casaier.R. .
of food to and erection in this I heaven; Christ made much of peace oaearth. M.
end they were wringing each otter's plenty good,nourishing country CART VIcePresldent.i' :
claims. and take gentle exercises. This af the )largest pyramids or.,build new I I .-Henry Drnmmond. '
hands In
tt The same smiling old delight.Elizabeth.** be said W1'l.' go a long way toward preserving ones tea times larger and more dur It Is good to be children sometimes ; THE PEOPLE'S BANK OF PENSACOLA. {

Wholesale and RetailGROCERS ;warmly and yet with a little wonder well their as health that of and the their little beautyas one to able. Pyramids are not being. generaNly and never better than at Christmas, ; ; Directors-L, .Rteves, J. S. Reese, W. DeC. Kessler, R. M. Ca?,
built nowadays because they are not I when its mighty Founder was a child W. A, D'Alemberte T. A. Jennings J. J..Hooton. 1
In his voice, which made her feel 1 like come. But to be absolutely sure ,
sn anomaly. "You used to be about of a short and painless labor they in line with the trend of modern ambS himself.-:Charles Dickens. TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. .
lien that's TOUR ACCOUNT IS RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED .
all
should I.I I.I I.
: my age, ; bnt. great Scott.' you might use "It: Is very doubtft* if a 'Damascus ............................. ... .... ....... ...
almost pass fom my daughter newt!

I and all kinds of Feed How do you'manage'It, and wb.os the Moth ers! usage blade' as would a modern stand band half saw as blade severe or I I ,-

Stuffs.Pluto bappyman even as much as the spring of.a forty If. .. .". .0A ,.....,......, .... ".'. .
way-walking beside her and Elizabeth r,... '-''-'_ s..',.
turned her face to him Inquiring Friend I r cent clock while the ornamentation of POSTUMFOOD Wlaoleaate aad BetaU Dealer ia

Iy., Then It dawned upon her. and she those wondrous blades so far as'the I' Steam Domestic Anthracite

Water voiced a ratheI': superior "Ob!"'before regularly during the months of cut&I I I mechanical execution Is concerned, caa I! and Blacksmith C 0 A L

i she proceeded.to explain that her life iou This is a simple liniment,whichis be excelled by apprentices and am? COFFEE
partner tarried to be applied externally. It givesstrength least of today." 1 Office-ffo. 43 South Pala/ox street. Telephone 93. .
unaccountably. ;
Blynn and vigor to tb, muscles and I '
eyed her shrewdly. prevents all of the discomforts ef preg. ,'I I I Yard corner Tarragona and Gonzalez sfeets. Phones 6 and 272iE. _

I Wholesale and Retail. Ton seem to pass the Teaittosr with a were nancy absolutely which women bee=used: .to WhenMother's think lIfataral once heard EaoaaTb.a man-say that j j.1olkley1 Is recommended by the best I II -

good deal of satisfaction to yourse1f"be Friend there is no I physicians because builds -

I New Orleans GroceryCov from laughed appearances-rthat'"Is. If one may judge I store danger Get,.Mother's whatever! per bottle.Fnsttd, at ,the drag, anything be would else rather be be could an think ex-convict of. Polk-than;I j j! back from coffee a1b.I B. ACOSTA & CO.' eky.Prompt delivery to any part of **'

ley-The ideal! How eccentric! Jolkley '*
I' "You' are' married of ?* THE: BKADTICLD KGOATOR CO. Office and Yard-22 to 28.. Tarr.
course she
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'Not at all. The man was in the penitentiary I "THERE'S A REASON." hafR.ta"D.a.,. to .Ll.o .
Jas. McHugh QUest101W'd'aft.... she had assured him ATLANTA. QA. ) gona St.. Pensaoola. Fla. Phone
I Wriu for_*..taek."BCm Eky.U .. ._. at the time.-Philadelphia

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THE PENSACOLA. : JOURNAL 'WEDNESDAY MORNING, rEBRUARYZI9OG
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IsHOES PASSED LICENSES .: ,! A MATTER.OF HEALTH "

Palpitation ; I -
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FOR JESUS
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Refused to Grant Permit to D. W. Nims & Son, and'Held Up .Permit Indigestion causes the stomach ROY4I

to expand-swell. and 3

We have only a few of. J.. L Long to Sell Liquors-Considerable puff up against the heart. This. :

crowds: the heart, and Interferes .
HERE? jfs
pair .left, and if you : Other Business Transacted. with Its action. causing .
: .shortness of breath palpitation :
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in and :
come get a of the heart etc. '

pair to fit you we SPECIAL_ MEETING" WAS ."HELDLAST'NIGHTPAND -'' ::
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will make the price I THE 'ROAD GOLD WEATHER Kodor''Dyspepsia. This Was the Subject of Rev. .: 0 .. '

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interesting, as we TO- PERDIDOrAND 'THE: ,"NEW Spiegel at the Christian ,' '"

have reduced the STEEL:, BRIDGE: VVERE.'''DISCUSS.. CureDIGESTS [Churjn Last Night. .; : I' :

remnant lot below ED. STRUCK HERElAST E ,WHAT. YOU.tAT* ;
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cost to move them. takes the-strain''off heart Spie spoke last nightat : AIiE16 '
and contributes nourishment the Christian church upon tae ques. I .

A special meetlngjrf! the! Board of strength and health to every tion "Is There any Room for Jesus in .
"
Pnsacoa! ? He said In "Therewas
And They of the body. Cures part:
County Commissions was held last NIGHT- organ ,
Indigestion. -Djspepsia, Sour no room for- Jesus at his birth

Will/ Move, Too. night, the_purpose being'to-- pass upon' Stomach Belching, Gas on be was born in a mangier; ; there 'was POWDER : J:7:

some, petitions sell' liquors I n tha Stomach and ,/alL Stomach no room for: him during 'his life he ; '. :

county., -Chairman- Avery. presidedand troubles. had no place to lay 'his bead; there '
We need the no room for him in he. -4---
room there was death was Absolutely Pure. :
were present Commissioners -
And Was Accompanied by Rain buried In, a borrowed tomb. Yet
for other lines is whywe Sennott. Andrews Wiggins and Denova, Iowa. there was room for many God'sanciently '

have discontinued Stewart. Making the Night a- Disagreeable Three years ago I w&s afflicted ;, in Athens they had erected HAS NO SUBSTITUTE '. :
The.first matter to come-before the with indigestion so much that I an idol to an 'unknown 'god' which .

carrying them board wa6. the: granting of .a, permit One. my was heart in continual was elfected;aln. After and I ealing had furnished Paul a text to preach from A Cream Tartar Powder :. ,

to J. I* Long, who' desires to locatea smothering sensations. Two bottles and is it not strange that though : '
thirty thousand Tree from alum or phos-
gods were remembered ,
saloon in; the northern section of of Kodol cured me. .
Come To-day! the one true and living God was acid
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LAMM.r4
ALBERT
the city near the Saunders Mill Company The cold wave, which 'was expectedin the only one not remembered? Oh phatic

plant. This was objected to bya Pensacola reached here yesterday dollar bottle c.,,",,,* 2>' tlw gpds we all remember now! ThereIs
afternoon and last night. and accompanying time a.much a* the Mat or SOc of
number of persons, who were rep- the god mammon the god of
it came a rain which reads mt the Labratory of =-=--
tiro. Prepared 1-------- -- --
selfishness the of business
god care,
resented by S. Pasco, Jr., and who petitioned the night most disagreeable one r.C.OeWltt&Co..ChIcano U.s.A.
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s= that the commissioners the god of procrastination, still there is CURRIED CHICKEN.A WT *r. the '1'.,.. C*.. .c..
rescind especially for those who were compelled -
"The 1905 Kodol Almanac and 200 no room for Jesus. The value of German toys exported
be of
their action .1 In granting the to out doors.
: per to
"Every onougbt ask the
question Good Per This to foreign countries last was _loe.
Recipe
Preparing : year
The change in conditions was noticeable will be sent free
Calendar on
mit. After some discussion it was Year Wha shall I do, with Jesus? If
DUb. to which tie Halted
it' Dc-llshUnl $13,700/000, of
early in the afternoon and /
decided to hold a special Receipt of two cents in postage by you ask other important questions as,
meeting
on continued to grow colder as the hours Curries are easily made if the experimenter States, as the principal customer' ,took

Saturday night February 10, to take: passed. About. 7 o'clock a slow rain 1 addressing DeWitt 6 Co., Chicago 'Where What shall business I, locate shall what I engage books and In, is Content to begin with simple' about $4.000.000 worth. Sonneberff 'lathe

Oo"t"tre1.1. action upon the matter. began to fall, and this. continued during i papers and magazines shall I read, recipes. Almost any meat or vegetable, chief center of the industry; The

Permits were granted to Jas. JaJ. the entire night. Tne prediction! who shall be my associates, how can, not to speak of fish and fowl mab: (; annual report of the chamber of eorameroe -

FINE PHOTOGRAPHS. aievic, and Lena fiuardinas to sell for today is warmer weather with i For Expert Watch Repairing and you neglect this pre-eminent question? curried and experience lets the lightIn of tie Soaneberg district give

Pensacola Fla.Watchmaker JiquorsThe 4 rain. The wind will be fresh -!rom I I to The portrait of Jesus stands first in on a number of delightful,combinations. the following tcale of dally wages

: p ltion'.ofD. W..: ims"<&: :Son. northeast to east. Engraving, 'go art. his biographies' stand first in literature Curried chicken is perhaps; tha paid to person" worU&g oa dolls and

-. -' whicJChas; been..-before the board for a In his summary'Observer of weather condi J. F. DAVIS the' Jeweler his followers stand first in intellectual best thIng to begin with. Cut'up the f doll beads! the boars of labor betnc

R. K. WHITE, i number of months was'then taken up. tions. Weather Red yesterday ,and moral lights of the, chicken as for stewing. Fry an onion ten to tea and one-half: Male adult?l.

Manufacturing i Jeweler. Judge A. C. Blount, Jr.,..appeared for said: world. Gladstone: paid out 'of the six half a tart apple and, .if there is no !. M to GO cents; female adults 38 to 43
213 South Palafox Street.
"The high area and accompanying -
pressure i
and Graduate Optician. the protestants, who reside on East in ty master minds, with which he had prejudice against the fragrant herb reutsmale youths, 36 to 48 cents;

30 S. Palafox St., Pensacola. Fla. Hill! and after considering' ; the matter Monday,morning's cold wave synopsis, mentioned has spread The,Latest Designs in Watches met in his long career fifty-six of them two cloves or garlic all'cot up fine"iabntter girls, 34 t to 37 cents. Most of the bandsare
the permit was refused.: I were avow'ed Christians. His religion of color. Put the the the
- to the North Atlantic states; it has ,until a golden paid by piece men earn-
A petition for a road, signed by M. caused general fall in temperatureeast I and Jewelry. my friends Is paramount as a reformative chicken in this and fry until slightlybrown big from $3.fiO to $6. the*women from

TERSELY TOLD C. Bole was referred back to him as of the Mississippi river; zero > power. The object,in to seer the outside JL92 to $ MO and the youths from
This !is
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it was indefinite an Imperative question. Pay
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from the of the fowl. Now season' with salt $1.10 to t2.40'per wee*. On piecework
temperatures are reported I. '
Notary Public Bonds. Ohio valley, and on the North Atlantic -.'.!" "<"<:.p.tt"-.. :.!.'_."J.....3l".v....<. .....,...."..'..1'...tt".u.J....... !U.J r1:"_<..."WI .!r. feed your th taxes.bodY or your property die. is sold nhite or red pepper'and two heaping some skilled! males earn as high as '
Notary public bonds of the follow or you will It was
coast; the temperature this mornIng s teaspoonfute 'of best 'curry powder. $T.2O: and expert women up to $.33
I ; Imperative that Pilate do
R. Leon Jones, of S minol :Ala., is ing were'approved: >,U"M. Waite, \V.G. something,
ranges from 2 to 6 degrees above Amusements I Turn the pieces over and over to.dIstribute week.
Prather. A. Blount., Jr.V.. S. I with Jesus; something must be done per
j t n. ciiv on a business visit. C. : it fallen I
in North Dakota has
zero; .Just with
with him This f ci- the seasoning. :cover
Lurton, R. B. Simpson and J. W. Wad- ? by every one. my
R. L. Waddle, of Mobile, representns dell tos20 degrees below zero. It. is somewhat ; a's lows, is a personal question. Individual -]hot water,'cover tightly and cook1 slowly H..ble"ft.....<<. '

: bunt. agency. is in the city on a The. application ot-O. J. 'Fowler fora warmer from western Texas i ; 7 7i: i' responsibility is taught all through for three hours. Before' coveringadd Lawyer-Tonr honor I want an in*
.! visit. northward to Minnesota where it is:! terpreter for "client. Judge=
lor' justness permit to carry a revolver was grant' the BiblEach ha$ sinned, and each half a cupful of grated fresh.'co-' my What
Tb Haioon, one of the smacks ofT ed. still cold the temperatur ranging "The Little Duchess." must sesk pardon. You cannot my1 I coanut not the desiccated cocoanut, language does be speak Lawyer-

I' flet) of Warren & Co., has gone The Perdido Bridge. from 14 degrees at AnianHo to 6 degreas" :- The Countess von Hatzfeldt will brother, keep your religion in your Just before serving squeeze In the Juice"of He's a. railroad brfi-eman.-'St.,1AuI1

nto: dry dock for repairs. below zero at St. Paul. be seen in the bright sparkling musical wife's' name as ,you do your property half a lemon taste and tdd extra Post.Dt8 atch.II', '
The Perdido
bridge dlscusssd precipitation has continuedover
was at "Light comedy "The little Duchess" Friday !
\Ir :And Mr.. A. 'M. Mos('a. of Jack. some len th. ''Some of the commissioners the southwest from Califgrnla evening and Saturday afternoon ."Finally this is a troublesome' ques.flavoring If desired. Sometime a>few T,4Miuvii..
ronMi\ : who have been in the city, favored awarding the contractat r to, the Texas coast; sleet Is fall1bg in drops of kitchen bouquet greatly Improves .
and house
It
night lion. often tattle
at .the opera supported troublef\ the Jews. the The Oooct (arii .. bad tiff
tar .; ,veral days, will leave this morn. once as the Baldwin county; com Central Texas and it is raining, onthe' of abIlIty the avr. Serve perfectly boiled \
: exceptional the Doctors the
bY' a 'company Scribes chief priests.It with his fian!ee, tbet1B9t.' '
mg; (or Mobile..e I missioners. Who, are to pay one-half T xao coast; rain Is also falling troubled'Pilate and Herod. It troubled1 rice la ft border and' put plenty G? TtiaH i 8& myttl'unr.e
-YoarftrfasureT
<. < rge Hoffman has purcha! the cot: had practically left the matter in northeastern Georgia while over In the piece in which the Countess the multitudes: on !Pentecost. It gravy on each plate. Chutney ehonld Tour Investment. '

roperty; on South Barcelona street, in the hands of the Escambia com the lower' lake )-e ion it 'is snowing. appears in' 'the title! rol# she is. cast will trouble 3'011till 'you answer the always be on the table. mean.Always.

iich will be improved and will ba missioners. It was decided, however,I Much cloudiness still prevails in south to much better.advantage than in anything question.. What are you 'doing with: _
orrupied when completed by the Carl- to delay the matter until the- meeting Atlantic and: Gulf states. Northeasterly else she has done., The part Jesus as a teacher? Whatareyou do ---- ---- -- { 4 '

-on Grocery Company. of Saturday when. final action: will be winds will prevailalong the West has been rewritten for her ,.and it ing with Jesus as a Saviour? What Ret the JI1ffIDe

)Ir. and Mrs. Jas S.:'Donahue 'and: taken. Florida coast with condilon! .-favorable suits her abilities.to ..perfection.,-andhe"givf's are you doing with Jesus as prophet, 1.Mauvetores. mo 1DIUD8 ODflVf1tl
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The Perdido Road. for partly cloudy 'Weat tonight is '
er performance thai 'ca-
Priest and King? What are you doing # .... 25o
Arthur of Mich.
Ross South ,
Haven crl'L
reached the city yesterday-en route t"Sf Chairman Avery brought up the : rain and warmer Wednesday. ceptionally'clever. Her. songs and with 'his life and noble example set aCoM_biOrc Day. 2 Dy.Ws 1:1:; ,
question of building or renairing the dances are always pleasing and never '
for ? Will -' -- --'LEWIS11OUSE -- -
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Andrew where intend you you.not make room fort -- -- '- ---- ---- -
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road to Perdido bay, which has been Cures Sciatica fall to,bring out the most:, enthusiastic him tonight? All of Pensacola will -
ing th" remainder of tha winter. 1 petitioned for by the Germans who Rev. W. 1... ,Riley U. I* D.,. Cuba. aj-plause. not it, the Saviour inbut will you not ; I:

The old l Romans were anxious to are settled in that 'section! and who, New York, writesftr' fifteen do so? Hell is going to be well represented AgainUndcr'theManagementiof
tsp th'. r projects "coram populo;": desire to do their trading In Pensacola days of excruciating pain from sciatic A GUARANTEED CURE FOR PILES from Pensacola si'mply'b '

and modern business men "do as the' instead of Mobile. Several of the I rheumatism, under various treatment Itchjng., Blind, Jii'eding. .'ProtrudingPiles' cause: Pensacolians will nOt' strive to 1 I,

Romans did," and it better-espj:>cial-] commissioners were favorable, ''to-, the I wa' induced to try Ba'lfard's : Druggists are 'authorized to re duplicate the character of Jesus the Mrs. Helen Lewis"That's :%

t In loping their stores "befora; toe, plan. realizing the. benefit that wouldbe Snow Liniment; the first application fund money if"'PAZO OINTMENT failsto Christ, our elde,!'" brother and ex-'I' '

people ", I derhed from such action. The' giving my first relief'ajid the second cure !In 6 to .14'days. 50c. ampler. Make room for Jesus In your I New Re-Painted Re-Papered and Thoroughly Renovated.

The mark Minnie W of the fleet final understanding was that the convict entire n 1iE-f. __ I can "give, it unqualified I heart and life and make it tonight.

of SaunrterCo camp be moved to District No. 3 rscommendation. 25c; 50c, $1.00.' Sold INTERESTING ENTERTAINMENT You will not regret It here; or hera- Especially Convenient for Transient Trade.
arrived Mondayft.Tn
. in March and placed at work on this by all druggists. GIVEN MONDAY NIGHT after." A I.
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.ff'" unie which caused little road for at least three months. During the services Miss Nellie
some F. & A. .M.A One of' the most interesting enter Burrows solo which
DIUM ThiS smack Minerva of the eang a was beautifully -
A spclal communication of tainments of the was given ,
HERBINE season rendered and greatly enjoyed.: '
wmt flppi arrived in jesterday.Tin -- -- ---- ---- --
port Pensaco'a' Lodg,, No. 42, F. Monday night at St. Joseph's hall by The subject for tonight is, "The !
.. were twenty-three defendants Renders the bile more fluid and thus will h.. held We.lnes- Clifton Arundsll and Paul Wjer. The Three Great Truths of the Twentieth :....................................... ..........
}h Recorder ,helps the blood to flow; it affords 'ni ht. All
Laney in the municipal day members 'l\fA event, was in the form of an amateur Century."
.twi, vesierday, three of whom prompt relief from bilioasness. indigestion requested to be present and visiting slight of hand performance and wasa "
Coffee
.ere given a sentence of fifteen u'ajsMch SiCk and nervous headaches brethren Invited. By order of treat to tho.e who witnessed It. A WORM KILLER; I'i. Certainly Good : ,

; ono was j 'ntenced for thirtylsh and overindulgence in fod: and drink T. E. HARVEY. W. ;M.\ A fair crowd * G. I CaMweU} Agt. M. K. and T. IL J. -A. J.Montgomery, Puxico Wayne :
daand for .
ten Sec
one days.Thrii B. M. SOLOMON. ,
evening and witnessed the many ,' hear expressions about '
writes Co., Mo., writes:. "I have little twin \ We frequently such our coffee.Couldn't .
Ind. Tsr. April
Checotah,
of the capes were continuedand : ,' R.f trick! that comprised the entertain! girls wto ,have been bothered with i be otherwise if bought of The Popular Grocer. 1./ :., '
one was turned over to the coun- 18, 190J: : "I was sick for over two .
ment. Wyer's orchestra was also worms all their lives.. I tried every We. have several grade as a matter of course-some
;v enlargement of the liver! MANY VESSELS +
with +
bonnes.' The amount of finesSbessft years
I' and The 'Doctors did me no present and rendered some excellent thing to relieve themh1h failed until cheaper than 'others; but each one Is the best any dealer
I good and had given up all hope of music. I used White's Cream Vermifuge; .. can afford toad for the rrxmey.
The an- of fckets! for the ball tote UNDER 'CIIARIRLISTOFSTEAMERSTHAT the first two doses brought four
su"i on (the 12th by .vosapk Santo being cured when my druggist advised Pirating Foley's Honey arid Tar. from of them the next t CAFE DE MONDE LB. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ...25c'I I
for ihencnt of the Carnival Asso- me to use! Herbine. It has: made worms one f CARNIVAL 1 LB. CAN. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..40s .:
canon )is satlsfac- my sound and well." 50c. Sold by all Foley & Co., Chicago, originated two doses, twelve, one' or them measuring CARNIVAL. 2 LB CAN. .. .. .. .. .. .. .... ..TSc ,
progressing very twelve inches the otberchiid
tlt.n" a large number have been druggists. WILL BE Honey and Tar as a Throat aid Lung relieved of; four, worms. It : CARNIVAL, 3 LB CAN. .. .. .. .. .. ..: .. ..$1.00 :
remedy, and on account of the great was only .. .. .. .."..20c .
sold 1.t ,. ball Catholic CRACKER JACK BULK. LB.. .. ..'
the :
room at excellent meaicme, White'sCream
LOADED BY THE GULF TRANSIT niorit and popularity of Foley's Honey is a most filled'In
Knlfhr, hat| will be profusely decorat-- Ralllllaft ThsciiLa... and Tar many immitations are offered Vermifuge Is good, for chil: Orders for Veeetables any quantity.. ':

"d and. i- the event is being given for.: General Pragoruiroff.,, the 'Russian! COMPANY. for similar sounding names. Be- dren. It-not only destroys worms. It Popular' .
a ,in,' worthy there will child to perfect growth : 14 W Garden J'ACQ'BYThe :
cause, no military expert rose from the rank, ware of them.- The genuine Foley'sHoney helps the LAZ .
doubt DO a large crowd Sold ,by all Phone 183 :
present. Lbs and Tar is. in a yellow pack- wards off sickness. drug :
aud array always regulations dressed, for according the common to saldler. -, The .following cs3els: have been age. Ask for it and: refuse any sub gists. .. .................................... ..$....e..*..

Ion"\ refunded Lem- the Gulf Transit I stitute. I: Is the best remedy for
if Blue Ribbon while about Sc. chartertd by Company -
One day drlrjns -- '- --'-- --r'
on 41" Vanilla fads to please. .Abro- Petersburg iu his carriag: he noticed I and will load cargoes: at this coughs and colds. W. A. D'Alcmberte, NOTICE -- '
lUSh? ; |'iin.. Goes twice as far and I port: druggist and apothecary. -
soldier with hair longer than the regulations -
5flps desserts th "lilu* Jlibbon Fla"or. & tn horses I For, Liverpool\ -Gracia, row In port; VCL1entiJl..es:
." called for. lIe bad ( '
E.'.0. Saltmarsh. due end of February. Wonder Of the Eye. We have secured the services of E. .
stopped alighted aud. taking off h's'! Thousands of them here from 1 cent to $1.25. 1
I For Havre-Hatasu now in port; Viewed as a. optical Instrument tlIt M. Williams, of Atlanta. who, is an expert -
hat, ordered the soldier to teize him lolanth: (or substitute) February ::. human eye may well be called perfect electrician, and we1 are now bet- Mechanical Valentines. 5 and 10 cents. Rag

"' I'wer4I1r... by the hair. The soldier' hesitated. lieJear ''I Runcorn-A' steamer March; a'! contained in ter prepared than even to do all kindsof
Tes, for it is an apparatus a Valentines in bo.xes,25c
said the oondeseendlng'yoath" f'd to lay vIolent bands on'bis general steamer, April; a steamer May. 'I electrical works-at moderate prices. Time, 50 cents. Fancy

I"am taking" fencing lessons." : besides ,the hair :wai clipped too I 'Manchester-A steamer March; a! which globe less is than an an inch image in diameter practically! In Illns phone 570 'and our representative to $1.25. ,Postal Card Valentines, 2 .for:5 cents.Ooe's ,
produced
tic;**!, answered Farmer Cornto close to afont'a hold for the bands. steamer, April: 'a steamer May. : will call on you. Estimates furnished -
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In form and color and which :
Isi "I allus said you was goln to turn The general surveyed the soldier sternly I For V>nice- -A steamer first half perfect' on all kinds 'of work. : Elook..e"tore. -

In Ill' do somethin' useful. What's your for a few moments then twininf= February.. : can be accurately adjusted almost In. PEXSACOLA ELECTRIC COMPANY PIr._ 235. 213 Seuth Palate Sts..I. ,.......*.

J? 1altj poin' to tw>-raIJ, stone Ofwlrer his fingers in th* latter'locks! he lit For DunKiak-lolanthe (or substitute -' stantly for every' distance from five 205) 5. Baylen St.,, Pensacola, Ra. I

\arbet -Washington. FUT. erally wiped up" thCj,treetwith him, Fs'uuary 22.DYSPEPSA. Inches to infinity, which is movable in -. --
every direction, has an area small -- -
tile victim"not daring to reifat. Final- I enough for the detection of the most

THE POWER OF STEAM. fcr. having impressed the lesson thoroughly minute details and at the same time

he re-entered bU'carriage and large enough for the appreciation of i

'any May See BtJt Takes 'Genius drove on, ordering the soldier to fol large objects and which enables us to ;lr .I'Fi
first barber's shop thy! Home is Filled With Sunshine
to Realize. .low. At the see all shades of color and to estimate Your !
and had every -
alighted
\Vhen came to be again "H.yt.e taka rowr wonderful "('as...",""for distance, solidity. and, to some extent
Jame,: Watt saw th, steam of hair shared from tht'Boldler's three! mouth and ba.n entirely, cared of utomtehcatarrh t
:asin g the Kettle lid to jump up and vestige him loose s.Ciie.res'and dj [wp"i..1 thiak a word of pr.lc.U the consistency of objects and yet this if own a handsome Piano. The sweet, charming tones of one of :
turned due forieLrwodrfii
'D he said "There must be power head then I ha..ta.l.n ........... 1I..p ,.o-e.IleS e .p.lLLofl.rime's,.. wonderful instrument perhaps the ; you of blues. Our :
!It that steam u a terrible example fc> MsDerlled tawL bus without aTail and I dn that it can .lift such a anor in a day tha all the o h.ra 1..T. taken
;eghtTher. would la a year." part of the body Is persistently misused of character and 'worthy"of consideration
bi Pianos your :
.' James Mctf.n.. let lUreer Bt.Jtntj City K.1. are high f tWe'll
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1I\'as. Effff and neglected. Is it any wonder .
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. Millions prior to him ,baa, seen tho Have sir eggs boiled'at least, "twenty ea1forcnD.v that someday nature resents this treat i Home
*me phenomenon and regarded It as minutes. Shell and cut In thin slices. ment and leave,the offenders! In total Put a Piano in Your ,, .

an unexplained mystry. Arrange the slices in six rounds of but- and perpetual blindness? c;

Recent scientific research has put tered toast and place In. the, oven to you pay when you like. Our "Pay'When'YouxLike" plan has put a

? finger on the "cause" of Dandruff.'VurtS keep boC: Melt two tablespoonfuls of Piano into thousands homes, bringing!with it the usual measure of J
Hair and Bald- CREW NOTICE.
consequent
*"*' ", ant; has' unearthed a tiny germ butter stir in a tabasco-sauce teaspoonful dry two mustard U- CAThaRTIC Neither the captain, own II good cheer and sunshine. K you live in Pensacola! call or phone us. '

men eats the life from the roots two drops ers nor consignees of the about'the question. t .1
two & of write piano
PI human hair.'ewbro's blespoouf worcestewtlr: aauce. 'British ss Hatasu will be responsible -. if outside thc,city us .
tomato cttehup one U- p = 1
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this tablespoonfuls
& Herpicide destroY3 for debts contracted ---- -------
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pm and restores the 'mD&hroom' catchup and a P1euist Pal.tabla. 0n04.P06004. ----;
consequently hlesptxtnful Poteal.TUle by the crew of said F
"j&I''r to its ", over N.Y.,Siekia.W.a ,.or Urtpu lie.PC.55. V5T 114-118. Palafox St. '
natural state. pinch of salt. Wten boiling pour sold I. belk. T. 'C.aitas sableS stim5id C C u Yessel. Oldostand Largest Phone16
For sale by W. A. D'Alemberte the eggs and toast and- erve, or omit tiaaraD&ee4 10 citcv vr jour IDOD. back. C.'I. M\RQU '.' D, I Music Housoin Clutter Music House PENSACOLA
;''SKist and the Sterling Remedy Co.,Chicago or N.Y. 592
121 South spread '
apothecary the mushroom catchup a Captain. Florida ,

Oil!lafol Street, or send lOc in stamps toast rounds with anchovy 'pat soft-, ANNUAL SALE, TEN MILLION BOXES GULF TRANSIT: CO.. gssssg s aiS i':U _f"gssa ,'f g. ssssaBBaggmiL
sampl. to The Herpicide, Co., DetiLt Consign. es.
Mich.! ned with !emn Juice. t .' i :

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MORNING, FE HITXWY 1,11')1) .
? "lqLr PENSACOLA: JOURNAl WEDNESDAY, _
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Jin-g I ; ,actively carried on; how actively :LoweVy and' 'uud ee JPowell -..:
'a pair of pictures on the first page of should .indignantly refuse to register - ,
!tfJt jtsaf 'this magazine strikingly show. Eight theniselves" -""lobbyists l ," and it
Jontmd thousand boys and girls are un 'er :he would have been a shock to their .
{wings of the Institution today nearly friends had they none otherwise. In .. '
60,000 in all have been ,rescued. the case of men like them whose hon- THE JOURNAL'SPANAMA :
I There appears ample scope for theIr esty can not be questioned the law .
(' Daily Weekly Sunday. II j efforts as thecases quoted show The perhaps works a hardship, but its t. .( '
t Is well illustrated' (rom too'plain 10 .
:magazine terms and its purpose are '
PUBLISHED -EVERY: MORNfNO EXCEPT MONDAY photographs. Among these is a photo- hi;? misunderstood, and unfortunately
graph -the'iate-Dr. Barnardo's gravein for Messrs Lowery and Powell they
-aTJOURNAJ.f- :+ the midst of .the pretty villags for fall within the scope of its provision -

THE 'COMPANY.FRANK 1 girls which he built at Barkingside \),. It is a good law, however, and CANAL EDITION
:The new directOr"of"tbe Homes, Mr. marks the first step taken by any .
William Baker,Js. to. receive, a .gen state of the union'to- bollsh'the-lobby
L. HATES, PacuaxsT AVD Gxsui, MAKJLGBB. eral welcome from friends of the evil which has been prolific of so ,
Homes at Exter' Hall oh Thursday, much scandal and corruption in law-
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February making bodies.
MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED ,PRESS. While the people of Mississippi
>tRffdF; if it know .Messrs.: Lowery and Powellare -.OUT THURSDAY.PRICE
attorneys of unimpeachable character : .
'J SUBSCRIPTION 10N RATES. 'of: MISSISSIPPI'S NEW and Integrity they also know '
r : and the : other states know, :
arlrl.w.ww?" & ANTI-LOBBY LAW. rq people of '
: One T...__ 5 00 On 'Month_..,.. 45 -d-r that all lawyers are not honest or
L I Sb: Montha..2 60 I I One -'Week...,...... 10 # New Orleans'States. # cles.n in their metho 's. It ia a notorious } 15. CENTS.A } ,
m 1rThree 3SentL..125 Weakly Edition, year.*! 00 j jPapca.oa fact that the ablest and most active )'- i. .> ., .., .. '.: :
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. rl'' Sale at aU Newt Staotts.TKS : < **** WM 4''* **.** lobbyists employed in the work ,' :. .' : -. ,

i of corruptingand" debauching state .. .. : .
it legislatures are:the attorneys of pow ? ; :
-, r h. 0 /CY: PENSACOLA. NEWSPAPER FROM WHICH A DETAILEO A few weeks' ago the Mississippi erful corporations. As a rule these individuals .. '- ,
{ Legislature passed a law to curb the and ,
magnetic I
fs> CJRCULATIOH STATEMENT CAN> BE SECURED. :operation of lobbyists at the state past masters are brainy in diplomacy, but they -. .. .ORDER BLANK:

capital. The act requires the paid representatives the money ,. ..
are also the men who place '$uberbly illustrated '
OffleM-Itt at 119 EartOorinuaemtStJoet.TfflUSPHO&tEJ j of corporations organized with which votes are bought, when ,
jfor i profit tq register as "lobbyists" The Journal's Panama Canal Edition.The
the
i-- : No. 3&PENSACOLA. ;and to pay a fe: before being admitted ofher means fail, to secure bill to pas-,defeat work showing Pensacola: .
sa'ge of a corporation or ,
r Ito I the sittings of any committee, of which aims to protect ''Pensacola Journal.
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either house of the Legislature. Recently measure she is to-day. The most .. Pensacola Florida.
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corporate -
against
i LOWDA TVEDXESDAY the rights of the'people ,
; MORNING FEBRUARY 7, 1S06
, i ex-Governor Lowery.; and Judge and oppression. The 1 rtcomplete ( Gentlemen: Find'enclosed herewith 15 cents in silver for
r.:< I I I Powell, two distinguished 'citizens of operations greed of" these .hired "Judge" and. expensive One';copy of The Panama Canal Edition which please send to

: f.. The Preservation of which Js published under the caption,the state, one representing a railroad, Hamiltons of the corporations 'In different the following address. ,
PolIticians and the other a telegraph company the have become '' ,Issued
: "Wh re' Go. It is recom- parts of country special edition ever
/ Niagara Falls. were under provisions of the law refused ;- such a scandal that the 'Governors I
mended to the thoughtful consideration admission the
to a meeting of
The movement now under way looking of these to whom it refers: railroad committee of the house because urged the of passage several ,of of laws the states to suppre-w have in the Deep Water City.

r to the preservation of '' small they had failed to register aslobbyists. ,. i
Niagara :Man that is' born'of woman is them. In this movement Mississippi
: of the and few in hilL In infancy;;" ." The two gentlemen protested Following are some of its ,
4 Falls one most stupendous potatoes a ha"3 taken the lead by enacting law ..
''he Is full of colic and catnip tea and indignantly against the action willabate ,
t, magnificent works of nature which is which to'a verygreat\ extent i
in old age he is full of cuss words and 'iof the committee and insisted that the' lobby. evil in that state. special features
gradually being ruined by commercialism
t i I they were not "lobbyists"] but were. ,,
rheumatism In youth his mother]} ... .
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r- Is highly commendable and' it is acting' in the capacity of attorneys for
.. taketh him across her knee and sweetens -i: rn if H
to be sincerely hoped that the, efforts his life with her slipper, and when 1 corporate I I I clients. *' *-\ it!
. t that are being made in this d direction he is a man grown the sheriff pursuethhim I Having challenged the committae's 9 NEWS AND VIEWS iensc: '
, 'will meet with success., Relative to all the days,of his life. lie spread- applied interpretation to themselves of the law the so two far distinguished as it #. FROM" STATE PAPERS.- Over 100 b H.tmevi.fsof; : l Pensacola Bay, and scenes in surround- I
.R eth like a bay tree. He getteth into i .} '
# the action of 'President Roosevelt in gentlemen retired from the .Ing country V: i *
office, and, his friends cling to him like 'io ? ,
I seeking the aid of Kink Edward with I I committee room. The'committee after a- _
flies to barrel. He swelleth
this object In view the Memphis Com- with vanity a sugar and cutteth ice for awhila, receiving question to the the protests Attorney submitted General the of Bailey for Railroad Commissioner. Page. r'map :of _Pensacola, ,Bay,. -,showingdepth of water and'points of interest

J vrerdal :Appeal has the following: but he Is hewed dawn at the next convention I the state for his opinion and 'that General Bailey's candidacy for Railroad 'about" the place! I -
President Roosevelt is to take tip! and is cast into the salt box. official declared that the twp gentlemen Commissioner .is arousing, interest '
, J:; the preservation of Niagara, Falls with and his :came is' Denis Out of office 1 fell within the class tfestguated all about;the'state. He is pointingout A special article on Pensacola and the Panama Canal by W -A.. Blount, Jr
.:. King Edward of England. and out'or friends he soon gets busted, (i:as lobbyists by the terms of 'the law, very effectively that the west
t' Tire' president is led to seek thefags and lieth down in the cow pasture-be-!:and the committee was justified'in 'denying hale l of. Florida' : not 'represent "don Review of "Historic Pensacola E. D
A Yonge
f } aid and cooperation in this, side the still waters of the brook. He): them admission ,to its meeting the, mmissjcin..",-Gen? Bailey l says he by J.
F dieth out of the, world and goeth, expects to win in the first primary'.
work because it seems that nothing i :unless they saw fit to reglstethem-. ]:
!C can be dODO to prevent" the destruction where it Is. warm enough without i selves as "lobbyists" in accordancewith The"News' Joins him in this hope suet I IcomD1endg Symposium opinion on the effect of the Panama Canal on Pensacola, by

,,, t of the American side; of the falls clothe The.last.end of that man 4s( 'requirements of the act. .him.cordially to,all, dem- Governor, N.. J B. Broward United.States Senator S. R. Mallory, United States Senator
i., by appealing directly to the Canadian worse than tho,beginning I No man of atending.'and reputation ocrat1c'voters.3fonticello'f'" ews .
g;:: government. Canada owns the deeper ,among 1h 'peopIe with whom be lives : .. .. 1. as.:P.'Taliaferro,.'and Congressman W. B. Lamar.
:r channel. The '(withdrawal of' water An Ohio newspaper' is contemplating I cares to go on record 'as a profession J Sardines ff:Florida.Schools' .

:' t.' tram Niagara' river above the falls, it giving ,a course,';n-; a Jag cure establishment I al lobbyist because the public mind 'of*'kardines have' 'been reported :A "Romance of the leet," by ellie, Cravey .Gilmore.Ah .
-claimed, will not affect the Cana- as a.premium with each new !lobbyist is regarded as a trickster and off 'the. Florida coast several'
h dfan cascade until the American falls subscription "l'JJs.'i8 i.a corrupiionist, hence it is: safe to aasume'that times; recently. At the same time article Cane in West Florida." Thomas
a new departure on "Sugar by'Judge Jno Porter.
this fish bas'totally it is
1 c become nothing but a thin tricklo of the law will have the effect Disappeared,
s I in.'journalism. of of said from the waters; of France. The
water over the precipice. greatly discouraging operations ; "
: Both Canada:'and the stale of Xew the lobby in the 11ss1sS''Ppi.' Legislature Miami" Record Quotes a visitor's 'opinion "Pensacola of Forty Years Ago, by Senator Stephen R Mallory.

t York have-granted concessions to capitalists When the GouW purchased Count with the result ,that the. law- i that one:of-the: greates"canning .
to use water to the extent we Bon for Miss Anna they bought a makers will in a measure be protected interests in t MworW""wilJ:: : spring Jlp] An., article,from the National Sportsman, entitled "Pensacola, the Fisherman's

i' beJf va..vt 33 'per cent. of the volume gold brick.rThe from the influenced whIch' powerful,interests at Miami, if it should' prove that those ;Paradise Chas.. H Bliss.
cow causing these falls to be one oft are always able to command. toothsome little fish have" ,sought bur fcyr...Mayor
the wonders of the world. Scientists baseball'fanls ready to .Persons who are employed tO: ly, coasts permanently, "Ma'gie City" t '
getting
who have-made careful studies of the unless they are willing to be kflWn would hardly express the growth of Pensacola ,ta statistics, from his .t to the bySecretary
t: falls declare that 'the withdrawal' break Into OUT midst again. and recorded'as lobbyists, will be shutout I that thriving }ittle place it the sardine 'W 'C Jonas.

t this quantity of'water will be absolutely of the state house and- they w iJ;. canning industry were transferred
t: t= destructive of the exquisite American National Waifs' ,Magazine not have the opportunity harangue! from ! 4} portion of this marvelous work The National.Waifs' Magazine for committees, keep track of all action! adjective must be looked for in that
.ji r of nature. Uairuary has jiist been issued; and a taken, to be exactly informed as to' case.-Jacksonville Times-Union
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,Ito: If this government permits this desecration copy will be sent gratis and post froo (the features of a bill in all its stages,i s *
to anyone who applies for it at the to cause the insertion of amendmentsthat i No Doubt a Porter. "

iQ! erty of tho it will people not into only the give hands the prop.of a Head Offices of:Dr. Barnado's Homes, destroy the purpose of the- act or Colonel Mann_ Is said to have been The work is attractively printed on heavy enameled paper, and the halftone
..!. IS to 26 Stephen Causeway. London servo a private interest and to keep: connected with'
the Pullman
few millionaires Car Corn-
but it win be false to which embellish it of
views the
not representative
a trust reposed in it by E., Since the widely lamented deathof tab on certain"committeemen" when panyHtefore'he'became a Town Topics are only city's widespread points
a
treaty
F if!" especially Dr. Barnardo in September last, votes.are taken. grafter. TbaUs the place he acquired of attractiveness but of the and'the
providing for the protection ofttilagara they are superb samples engraver's printer's art.
Jr1 the work of waif rescue carried on by It is- not surprising that, such'well- his most 'elaborate"touch.." Was
f Falls This treaty was made a
the, Homes which he established is be- known and distinguished, menas ex- porter no doubt-
Gainesville
with England benco the president Sun. The Panama Canal Edition will be on. sale at the news stands and throughout
F been requested to call King Edward'sattention
to the movement that threatens the city on Thursday, and otit-of-tow readers are invited to send in their orders on

ti ; There its violation.is no doubt it President the coupon contained in this announcement. Address all orders to

e, Roosevelt and England's king will but MISS
take up this matter seriously and earnestly SCOOPEM.LADT
t they will succeed in putting: an .
grandeur and beauty of the falls. Inasmuch tLfNALjJGovernor ,
t
as the president has announced -
I an intention to move in behalf of I
IViagara; and as King Edward
t t has never -
{ t. altogether yielded to mere money I Y Pensacola Florida.ISN'T
1 bags tha friends of the falls are ex- -. taro \ 1i v .
( 'jH-eaFln much confidence in the suc- f fl wt<'
',! k | oeaafiul' termination: of their efforts at : i RARE E ? '' ST. Su ...
causing these two rulers to get tot I QL
, gether and do something for Niagara. II I r
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General Goorgo P. Harrison of Ope-

, p- lika, Ala., Js being urged to enter the I 4 0

race for United States senator. Gen-

' oral Harrison was the youngest of the I y, '
i Oafederatogenerals, and has long:. I IT INTERESTING SATISFACTORYto

been identified with the history of his 1
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native state HA Is tt the present-time. 1Il

commander of the Alabama Division.. ,
United Confederate Veterans and if know that ;you have one of the

he-can b prevailed upon to run would -.o.-:'\ ,,, largest and most complete stocks of I

; : J L j probably make a winning race. .

f The 'way: of the Yerkes family IsLard. 1 1 AWio a HARDWARE PAINTS CUTLERY. GUNS RIFLES. PISTOLS.

." remarks the Memphis ComrnerJ i IAMppNT $
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xnonlaT venture of the relict of the late 0 Ry.1., 4 }CK! METALLIC AMMUNITION GUN POWDER AND DYNAMITE
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lamented Charles T. there isn't any: r ,
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.Yerkes.family. ttlGetl> 3

( t in the South to make your purchases from. Interesting

,l I The Attention of those 'Who say there r because, we can save you money Satisfactory, because

a is. nothing new under the sun is respectfully .t'a : it is convenient for you.Wrought .
: called to the claim of a Con-

t neodcut girl hat she has Invented
an
i Lr 1 Iran Pipe and Fittings, Rubber Belting Hose and Packin s.
that will born
i augur; a square hole.

,- .. LARGE STOCK OF MILL
SUPPLIES.
The clock in the old State House 4 :
at Montgomery refuses to record the .L f .

fllgbt of time. 'Better get It running, Out-of-Towo Orders :
CORDON \ BROWN HOW CO
elsosome of lhosectlabama politicians i Cites Special Attention. ,
way forget,when their terms expire. -

The critic of Town Topics finds LtDSRl: -
f K TSrugtsl ,'
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fault with the invitations to the KoosevelMU NOW3 $ ,. -

'!gworth wedding. The gentle- 'y BACK TG VTfWSFCt WANT ADVERTISING. for opportunity all #**########v#0t< 5*
Eb+t tts r8 the.tIme. !
man was probably overlooked when t tr

they were being passes! around. le&iyw' 0 ir There may be a want ad. today The faculty of business Judgment la ft PIANOS AND ORGANS.TERMS. *
whose errand is to find YOU. Look cultivated only through its constant j f *' CASH OR EASY s

t .. The name of the new !King o{: Norway I for it-you will recognize It when you use. A daily reading of the want)I All Piano Work Guaranteed.
RUSHING,
CLUTTER &<
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is pronounced Hawkon accord- see it.To ads. gives you, opportunity 'to pass '12 EAST GOVERNMENT ST. .
:< ImfiTto'London..Truth. Little more and upon all sorts of business proposi i l PHONE 476. ,
1, find a friend in a crowd you tions.
; ft "would havo been just plain old
must scan every face in it-until :
\ you I 1 4*. .. '
Hawkins. r see the cne you are looking for. To Perhaps your neighbor, who never
,find the want ad. which spells "oppor worries about the' servant, '
". Tho newKing of Denmark Is 63 I tunlt)"" for you it maybe necessary solved it fcy# simply Problem.j'ha.s i ESCIMBIi OYSTER DEPOT'

'Tear' of age. Had to wait quite a t t 6 read all of the want ads. regular- practice of reading the''want ads.:

.hlt". but finally won out.Tho .. + T' -- r ]7., I I Phone 1210.
:f When you( really *get acquainted"with and Es ay
: 'Hunting opportunities Is the the want Fine Perdido Bay Plant
ads
editor of a northern,exchange lai you ,will wonder,
I i! responsible for tie following,soliloquy. --- --" roost interesting work of daily'life. In how yp-i: cduld. have;neglected. them bla Oysters at reasonable prices
J' the-want: columns It is "open season"" for so- long, C. TabarrasACEFOtnt &.CO.

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Its Triumphs and Its Failures- os'1

Stout Linens and Sheer Em- V ..vY $4A4\ .,t ;" 7J; i--n JJe.t'J' .1a: Jnod.;

broideries ContributeTheir ,

Charms-Shirtwaist DesignsThe / f -

Dutch Neck and the Short / / T I \.
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Sleeve-High Collars and Long i + : v ., ,, 3i'
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Sleeves on Imported ModelsA 1 .. 'S.rk
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Riot of HandworkLaceand ,'. > <
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Embroidery :Mingle in .
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Qevcr Designs ;y tic,
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The showing of lingerie blouses at the .' '_' ,I.
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smart shops Js aomethll 'to make the 1mpecunlons j ,aM1 t.fri. 1 <: 'kla I

woman resolve 'to become ,'+ r' },'1tL ,i.'yP (
killed la the art of needl-craft instanter.

If ebe cannot possibly purchase the exquIsite I rt ,., .r

examples that are spread before '

her, and pay the high price demanded I ,z"<>' 1'"f.' .' AAy _,.
without a regretful thought for the money < 'eI5

to( spent; then, at least the can purchase

the same or cjmllar\! materials, and evolve

for herself duplicates of those fascinating _____

price things too.Several and for a fraction of their retail $ ,-: ; S :. :

of the metropolitan ,
dally
papers t, J
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have lately contained announcements that rr"1

sewing classes are In coarse of formation

and that for the price of subscription 'S.S\\ 4'lfl I

members will be Instructed In the making .......
of lingerie blouses fancy neckwear corset -

coven and such things dear 10 the feminine r
heart the cutting and fitting of those : / _
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necessaries of the wardrobe/ being done ; .. ,

by experts.A '

look-In at one of those clubs on a

Saturday morning disclosed a large number
of exceedingly well-dressed girls and '

women all the way from 18 to 80. each

one busily sewing at her work as though

her bread and butter depended upon It. a

And the sheer and filmy materials .upon

which they worked! Just one look at the : .

material. would assure even the most ..,'.r,
Ignorant visitor that this was no Dorcas 1

class making garments for the home or .
the foreign heathen. .For wtFh a 'l or.rn de 'W'
Tea softest ot _S.-- 4 -S. ... wear_ .
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French nainsook and .
batiste the sheerest fj
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01 handkerchief linens the finest of Valen -- S-..- ,_ r.... ... -

ciennes and Cluny laces, those are what It has. nonetheless gone calmly on Its the finest of- French handmade waists -- : .

the woman who knows Is putting& Into triumphant way accepted by the best hare little tabs that stand up' In the buck II.
those dainty blouses that she will after- dressers making a niche for Itself in each against the hair a'mode* that Is suited I DESCRIPTION OF ILLUSTRATIONS.

wards bare the satisfaction of saying that and every well-regulated wardrobe that only to a high dressing of the coIffure flj .
she has made them nothing else could filL ...
every stitch herself. possibly i 1 la bound to prove somewhat uncomfortable ,I

The blouse that buttons In the back But Just the same, this very maker has when a low dressing Is followed The Dutch Keck and the Shore and the embroidery together and with excellent

still reigns the favorite when'the dressy perhaps the highest-priced line of lingerie even though' hairnet be worn. "1 Sleeve. results. There Is a V-shaped yoke

type Is under consideration. That the blouses of batiste handkerchief linen soft The short elbow slt'en-.od some.of the I sA over the shoulders, composed of tha bands
fronts are thus left tree for such elabora- French naUsook. and leyen In'the silken inou expensive models have the arm<
tion as may be decided upon la the real weaves this same style may be found In eying no abbreviated tr .t it never reaches variously knowo as the Dutch.- the Continental making the collar with featherbone sup.

reason the true Inwardness of this select his shop at prices that- would make the the region of the elbow at all-is caking: and the London finish, la one of ports as usual the Valenciennes assuminga

tion. There is simply no end to the designs uninitiated stare. a perfect.furore for Itself. It fits! in "loll +raa_ 1. tr e the characteristics of the lingerie blouse slightly wavy line where the blouse U

offered; and once the work 1: began ,, One very clever niodelinsrre<<'f'ntl7 Introduced with the fad for short fllee1"fJ.l1S coats In Its summer time guise. As seen Ib the applied with scant fulness. The shoulder

I It is Interesting to see Just how far one makes use of the extremely modish and wraps and with the long gloves, Illustration the square cut at the neck Is Is broad the sleeve top assuming lengthwise

can get away from the styles and methods I bolero In' a very fetching'fashion.. that do add more than a little to the .3 K somewhat filled In with lace, and a softening lines, while the cuff employs the

that the ready-made blouses display. Any There Is a Test or plastron of tucking the modishness of one's appearance.But touch Is rInd in the little" lace ruffle same materials! in the contrary lrect1olL.For .

touch of originality shows to the tucks running lengthwise and each of when the summer days op most
delightful advantage where the blouse Is them bandrun, Then there is a rounded oppressive heat the modish woman will Is tucked in groups all. across the front Wear' With s Tallorm.4e

concerned and every stitch taken to Its bolero of broderie'anglalse, or English eye undoubtedly turn to the long-sleeved ., s'Sr and In .the shoulder seams and a straggling Go...

elaboration can be made to let work applied on this plastron, the flat blouse, for even 'fabric gloves are bound i SSt pattern of Canterbury bells Is
produce a tell x" The
log: effect What wonder la it team where the two. Join being covered to cling all too closely{ to the" flesh In ia wrought by hand with delightful effect plain severity of this Style win
that with commend
it to the handkerchief
the approach of Lent each and with a raffling: of a narrow Valenciennes, summer weather, and the Ions; and d lnt1. : across the fron The fastening Is In the many although -
every one lace docs In
cuff. edged measure
a
of those co-called the real! handmade web. of eoul'1le. ./ finished lingerie sleeve will look all back. Just a little leafy vine pattern be-
subscription sewing- mitigate the plainness of the"shirt
classes The little square Dutch neck thlt'WII the prettier when'viewed from beneaththe ; lug worked la parallel rows either vide of
announces a full list; not a vacancy waist. Tbe front shows a novel variation
to toe bad for the late Introduced last summer is expected to short sleeve of the linen coat the fastening. The sleeve Is a short and
com r. of the similar broderie anglalse
or eyelet
have quite' an enthusiast! Innlnf the Lace sod embroIderies. both of the moderately full puff dropping Into a i
There Is trident. a return to ,the plain new'.waist For:the youthful; ,'this is. InW.. machlne-made' persuasion are 'very cleverly tucked band at the elbow Iud this In work this all wrought by band; while a
and severely tailored shirtwaist the one used after several different methods. folded stock collar of the plain linen Is left
deed a charming device one wherein a turn edged with a. lingerie tel:? with a I
that goes best with a tailor-made coat and pretty throat la seen to delightful advantage sri with excellent results in pretty. nearly! '' lace edge. absolutely nntrlmmed.' Deep ckaooco.,

skirt: costume. One maker In New Tork- : and possessing 'the added merit of every instance. One model has them'seed py the front either side of ,the plastron I j

and his name seems to be known from the coolness In warm weather beside. A soft in'alternate stripe with a narrowValenciennes } A Novelty ID Construction. and fill the entire shoulder seam. This

Atlantic! to the Pacific coast and back ening'touch ,Is usually given In the' ruffle to piece them together. Tbe-yoke Y. : The usual order of things Is reversed U latter Item Is of the broad variety; and ft

again-announces that really fashionable of Valenciennes, or some other narrow baa them meeting In a V 'in the middle, off this effective little blouse for the broad extends well to the carve of the arm

interest In this class of shirtwaist has and pretty lace that Is run all around the the blouse being Joined In lengthwise r piece of imitation Irish,crocb t, la place while the tucks are pressed flat In the

Eerer waned: that his workrooms hare opening, making a dainty fln1 h. strips to the edge of this yoke, which': assumes of forming the yoke as' Is usually done. shape of pleats clear down to the waist

been plenteously patronized and that Where the'Dutch neck Is not followed, a wavy line that does much to Is made to fill In the space between the line. The sleeve Is full shirred to the

while the style In this garment has varied then the collar, while cool. and transparent. break up the abrupt Un! which.the use .of l'rf w tEb bust and the waistline. The top of the armhole and with tbe'fulness RuClat''Into
hardly perceptibly since Its all tin often entails. tucks below the elbow the handkerchiefruffle
Introduction Is likely to be quite high. Some ofT a yoke blouse altogether of lengthwise tucking
making a finish oalfwa to the Ii
-- with guipure
and Is plalded a embroidery
wrist The fastening Is effected at one
la lace des.'gn.! To this the all-over Jaee is
.- side of the plastron. Invisibly
THE MODE' IN COIFFURE. applied the fullness of the blouse so made

) dropping Into a firmly-boned ribbon cetn- Some Hovel Outlines r
.
ture. The sleeve !Is novel In effect' full

Some and Wide and. puffy at the top, and the semblance Quite a different appearance is given to
Recent Revelations-Delightful Variety a Choice of a series of puffs Is given by means of this blouse In the clever way the plastron

appliqued band.' of the trimming lace '.t Is Inserted. The fastening, as usual Is lathe

Permissible-Coiffure Ornaments and Dressings.There jjbzne, no Z ov1lrnear' ,close intervals. The collar I.'also of this back. The plastron Is of small pinched
tucks handrnn. and the broderie
lace and the garment fastens In the back. an-

are pretty nearly AS many ways the clothes of which she takes care. She i, like all of their toilet articles and accessories -- -. ------ -- glalse that forms the bolero part ls applied
of dressing the hair this season as there Is supposed to be skilled In the care of must pass examination by the pqb Sets of four combs are supposed to be The ;extreme :ue of ribbons brings The Daintiness of the Later Bode i with a little ruffled Valenciennes to

are Individuals one might almost say, the hair the skin, the.complexion l and to lie chemist ere !It can: be placed oa sale, so necessary One for either side of the forth new uses every day. A recent Idea The exquisitely sheer embroidery that Is i cover the Joining seam. The collar s:

and the statement would be not so very replace In her services'the many specialists that It can be officially guaranteed as absolutely bead and two for the back. The baretteIs shows a corset cover made entirely ot. combined with a novel lace that partakes I high and well featherboned to bold' It

far from the truth after all. -most of them incompetent and all pure and harmless-contains' less now usually made i after a comb fashion wash ..ribbons1 In two-Inch width these 'partly of the nature of Venetian and part. clcs to the thr at. the tucking and alit

In the later modes fashion decrees a of them expensive whom the American alcohol than does the domestic, and there- ; this holding those little "scolding running/ around the body and attached together 1 ly of that of Irish crochet makes this tle lace ruffled along hte top making& this
: locks at the nape of the neck better by me.ae..t lace beading through'whichare Item. Tbe sleeve Is quite full shirred to
ruorta .
change from the undulations bare << woman'"Ithout a. maid so Is lees danger of the hair becoming brittle waist a marvel of daintiness. And yet It
that
than : wash baby rib boa.. The
did the pin. run >,> the armsize. and lace and a tuck an
become so distressingly popular and freely. and snapping off under Its continued use. Ostrich usua11'combIned! front Is finished with a frill of the ribbon Is so simple that any woman who knows used to form a festoon pattern on tJ-e
which even when done by an artist cannot Parisian coiffeurs make 'a specialty of Few women there are who have sufficient tips with an down either side of the beading, and the at all how to handle a needle may readily' forearm. The deep castellated cuff Is of
ladles''maids io their art. and cbevelure of tbelr natural rowtb aigrette are once more In favor; and In the reproduce It for herself. Jf littlean ociennes -
help but appear strikingly artificial. Instructing own = to armholes are treated same manner. the tucking and edged all along its several
While the waved hair la still In good the mistress usually pays'the tee- for such achieve the elaborate structure that Is prescribed marabout tips the downy fleecy fines Hats of tiny ribbon pleatlngs are shown la: used to blend... thi. broad lace tabs with the raffled Valenciennes.
standing, the later to instruction. When the fashion In hatr-! for evening and full dress 'us*. sometimes tipped with pear-shaped .spangles among the advance models for the spring -- -- -- .---
modes endeavor
dressing changes. as it does every once <0 Little rouleaux puffs braids and curls' are or lightly dusted with gold or silver and summer season for both the little which makes the C08t-of each ruche about
produce some nearer semblance to a natural so often madame will bring her maid supposed to be supplied by art, and 'their dust are considered extremely' appropriatefor folks and their elders.; 'Nothing could be FASHION NOTES. two cents. The skirt ls of a folded stiffened
wave. adjustment must be
along with her. seat 'her beside the hairdresser accomplished IIr such the younger generation. Chaplets otlene'a simpler than the construction of these. set finely plaited and though not suitable
Evening coiffures this and a clever way that the fact of their falsity
season especially gold or silver tissue velvet or is selected and after for fine trimmed
observe every The wire shape a a very elaborately
: when planned and theater .', where she can. I .U.not apparent. Baches are still the favorite neck finish
for opera : 'and then she readily learns Just The simple the ordinary foliage of the millinery thin lawn or similar material Is adjustedover blouses or frocks.. Is very satisfactory for -
wear are still to be dressed high.' The move faahloa'ot parting the hair and are need In gowns of 'all descriptions,
colffate. counter are wound around the knot of the it the pleatlngs are sewed on. lOw".rter'row. general wear.
fashion ot omitting the hat who ea.rand. how to accomplish thenovel and drawing its length Into a knot at the coiffure no matter lest where It may much In the same manner as from the most elaborate sort t. the aim-
and a For the well-dressed fresh rach-
ttnue Is one' that gains ground With the eye to small economics wealthiest back Is. one that when becoming' at all is happen to be placed Coronets of ribbon braid.with.the exception, of course, that pie shirt-waist dress. The stiff white stock woman
the Inc is. of essential and It Is much
almost dally on this aide of the water. perennial thrift that.even mondalnes practice usually extremely and characteristically bows and "rosettes,am'among the latest only OM edge Is sewed dowe. .Some there ; and turnover collar; so much worn several coarse
What In the world Is the' sense In making of French and English bow Inexpensive so. The few women to whom this style is effects and very' clever results are ..re with fancy soft straw crowns which years ago are atilt Used to some -ex to be preferred that the simplest most Inexpensive

an elaborate coiffure for evening wear ,well one convenient can readily-see. It Is to h.yem.ld a appropriate wisely enough seldom 'or ever achieved In those simple materials. One can be bought ,ia-plateau '_form and are teat, and for certain occasions are the sort be worn and that It be r

and then covering It up with a hat? as who is skilled In the art Of coUturealwa1 : change It. In spite of the many and frequent Jo white satin ribbon has an Intricate very easy of manipulation only suitable choice bqt la .the'lingerie, spotlessly fresh.
braiding of ribbon for 'the foundation and Gaily colored! belts attract the eye of On the white lingerie blouses, of the
Added changes that fashion recommends la silk and blouses and
to at hand. costume
which evening crepe any
the cost of
one on this there, are five roses in the same the passerby-at the k1' counters of the lace trimmed and embroidered sort bait-
hat-or>> two at the most-would pay for Who wu If that,ever started the fallacy this connection. Just a long foo aDeI' white ribbon. each well wired and spangled metropolitan/ shops. The fad for plaids which Is Dot of the most Wire type. the U also osd.
any number of elaborate or artistic coif- that disorderly,' nntMy hair; with. wisps easy wave of the locks over the ears U with diamond rblnestone) dewdrop. and cheeks In.: broad ,silks and woolen becoming ruche la' general! 'sees. The Inch wile colored rlbboa ribbon
turn many times over, and perhaps allow blowing: every whichway! for Sunday com- all that la supposed to be necessary to Its Those little'Juliet caps have not made weaves has Influenced the ribbon manu washable kinds are the most practical} for either the plain gros-grala or else

a margin for Instruction In the art besides posed an artistic- coiffure,T Whoever It dressing Not that kind of a wave that Is alt of the success la New York tlat they 'facturers-to bring out plaid and checked man;; 'uae., and for this reason the pet or the aelf-fgured dotted or embroidered

was certainly was no trtend to the girt of known ss Marcel after Its Inventor, tat. have abroad. Caps however over there ribbons.-.,and It. I' of these ribbons that footing niching is a favorite, as It maybe kind
more '. ,are in far more favor than they ever attained the belts; are made. They range la width The very thin handkerchiefs showing
Women who artistic aspirations; *for 'anything Just that loose wave that comes when the left to the neck of a' wash blouse and
and
unhesitatingly oniruddngly mode to here. At a recent wedding the from one,to two aad a half inches, losing little plaldings or cross bars In white
artistic locks bralded'la a' thick laundered with It.
are
anon themselves all sorts of slovenly than this so-called habitually bridesmaids all wore lace mob caps Just mounted plain over a foundation of talr- thread across the surface are also la favor
extravagant luxuries will neverthelessdeny of hairdressing cannot c well-tt. Imagined.A braid and not caught too tight the same as their crest-grandmothers cloth They: are then stitched many time* The plaited chiffon ruches are also very and the mercerized Ilnea varieties

themselves the services of an artIs- good thing it -is.that Dam Jashlon has The ornaments that are supposed to fln- used to wear and the effect while hardly lengthwise nasally to white l heavy elm pretty bat need constant replenishing with, colored borders and Initials or figuring
and announced Ish the coiffure and universally becoming was still successful or silver buckle and can only be worn once or .twlc* so
tic coiffeur or a trained maid. In this taken a hand In :the game are becoming prettier and fasten with a COIlS to the corners are still In vogue
*.. instance the American woman of that brilllantlne Is to"applied the last daintier every day. The many comb from a purely spectacular point of view. In the.froet. .!lUaCIt: belts that is. elastic that they, are rather expensive.. There la The pills linen handkerchief however, f
even to the finished coiffure. It pays and necessary to keeping would-be straggling One would not find a oevy of American CTtr-which-Is .shirred taffeta sIlk or ribbon Also another sort o( rochlog which I* not with a rather narrow hem and aaadesabroldered -
moderate do well to thing and
means would the Imported article locks la place are shown with Jewels- bridesmaids by any means ao willIng to are unaided ..-Itb steel deeeratlow washable but looks very, well 'In- simply initials to one corner sre al.a,.
copy her with well to purchase obscure deference but. t.I1.
French or English cousin pays their charms la to general .treque.tI'f jet
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t wlq>1e maid la a*"Indispensable as are la this.. respect. ;for the FrenchbrtllUatlnt- --.5.-, either real or moct-and sold meuntle p. rest,: are the most popular- made gowns. It comes at 23 cents a boss very dealrable and In good tuta.v

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; '1tAGE SIX. 11'11 P N''C'OLA. JOURNAL.', "WEDNESDAY-. MORNING_ FEBRUARY 7,19U8 ..
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;: ; .: pital the !support for indfgentOcd of the 'Odd--Fellows FeIT -ws'-bos.--Is- In I TliMORSjONQUEREDSERIOUS f i'V V, .-...-


vited.: Then wilr b "admission fee

; PEOPLEand EVENTS ?: and promised a pleasant' all. and who profitable attend.. eveningis I OfEWTIOMS, _AVOIDED. j Nunn ally's

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$ 'B V Mr... \I .Heed of _..ifalo, N. Y.. Unqualified Sttcces* of Lydia S. Pinfc- ;
who with Ms family fs spending the, ham's Vegetable Compound in the Candies
I Seen Heard L winter he Case of Mr. Fannie D. Fox.One .
and Done Among Those Who Go, Come and fj ,A has extensive at Montbrook.interests!,Fla spending, where a: of the ateattHnmphaof; Lydia

I few days in"the city guest of his sisttr j

Tarry e Women and Society, Here and Elsewhere. | CN .in-law ).!rs. A: E. ZeBus' and family th'e B. Pinkham'B conquering Vegetable,of woman's Compound dread en is
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;i S K. Mr. John Oliver buyer for Johnson's r emy, Tumor. ,
11 /The growtSi.of a tnmor is so sly that Represent the acme of
g By E. NELLIE BECK. Telephone 669.ratatsiutysssvtAtats I leaves Thurp ay for-New York. I frequently presence is not suspected the confectioners
We- carry: assortment of I until it W far advanced. art.
S a large
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sxnx Miss
Natalie hutton has leturnsd
Teas an'l anyone .
can please rno .
'r from '
- a two weeks delightful staat
ENTERTAINED !IN HONOH .. along the Tea line. Give us a trial. Fort Barrancas Fla.-Mobile Register

OF MR. N. MpK. OERTING, JR. Fashio1J.Feattlre.. "Some of our leaders: ,. ,, .
_' 7Journal's Daily OUR OWN BLEND AND /2 LB. ; ..
:Mrs. Neils McKenzie Oertins entertained 4. Mrs. John Manch entertained the They are the most ex
a party of East Hllkvoung peo- PKGS. 15 AND 30 CENTS.
Tuesday last
Pleasure Club evening. and
quisite toothsome
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pie most Mondav
- delightfully night
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Mrs. Jack first
.; Jr.for her son )Ir. NeIl McK. Oertlng, TETLEY'S BEST, yz BX TINS,. 50 I prize, Miss Brandon Minnie- won Peudelton the the candies,sold to'day.

CENTS. I second and Mrs. Harris the third. Delicious -
Seven congenial frienas, of her son
refreshment were served.
the Bntton A GOOD MIXED'TEA AT 60c LB.
4f were 'guests. Mr. Cljde
Mrs.' Dannie Jones will entertain at
(recently of Indiana) and Miss Lillic
.. 1ViI1larn Mr. FrankVelle3 and Miss i1ijj7 ROSENAU the next meeting.?
& GERELDS .
't Clara Mr Walter Milliard (recently ,
Prvor.
Here few items
Just
I Mr. Clarence Wright and a Chicago are a
of Texas) and Mis Georgia
; The friend expected to arrive this
Fancy Grocers arc
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:Boyer )Ir. Oerting and Miss Flossie
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; evening for a few days visit to
Phone Stick, 25c
Boyer composed the merry party. 391. Pensacola. -
The evening!: passed most enjoyably I friends. Package.

;, and Informally with music and a 11 11U Mr ad Mrs. George Wentworth fFan ieD.Thx4 Chocolate Creams 1 DcPackage.
charming social time. The singing of I 't1tt ivi;
. entertained a few friends informally .
_ "Would You Care*" bj the four young

_ men 'was particularly' beautiful, solo 1-JWn'iI j\ I GRAND BALL at tea Mona'ay evening.' So-called wandering pains" may Chocolate Mints 30c

I making'tho hours all too edllr.J I ; be mani-
fly sp presence of danger may made
for the
carnival
for Mobile to remain
In the beautiful dining; room oelicloua ftst by profuse monthly periods accompanied Cream Mints 30c
refreshments were gracefully ._,at. by unusual pain, from 1-2 lb. package.

served by the hostess including cakes, 7'? Mrs. H. II. .Thornton..* entertained a abdomen through the groin and thi the'l I
chocolate antI fruits, which gave an If you have mysterious pains if
small at Monday eveningfor
enjoyable finale to a happy occasion. \ FORT party caru"s are indications, of inflammation or
BARRANCAS Mrs. C. W. Gilmore. of Louisville
f -+- placement secure a bottle of Lydia
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( ,, Ky.
V Pinkham's Vegetable Compound
I EVERETT.ROBERTS V E'I \Ve are sole agents for these
, away and begin its use.
, .i. WEDDING CARDS OUT. ;> Miss Lowe of Montgomery arrived Mrs., Pinkham. of Lynn. Mass, will I candies in Peiisaeola. You ara
' The many friends of a popular andwidely Wednesday Evening. last evening on a visit to :Miss Willis give you her: advice if you'will write Invited to call and make selection -
" known young! couple are receiving her about yourself. She is the daugh
. the following invitations: Miss Edna Avery has' invitationsout ter-in-law of Lydia E. Pinkham and from a variety!" of aSsortments

. Mr. and )IrJ, F. Everett I Special dummy will ,leave:the for a dance Thursday night at the for twenty-fire 1ears bas been advising'sick.women in all sizes, or telephoneus

' request the honor of \ city at 7 o'clock, returningafter Country Club. freeof charge. what you want
at the of their .. Dear Mr PfnkhamU '
your presence marriage e :- .
the dance is Mrs. W. K. Hyet entertained a few
,over.
daughter Bessie Idclle I take the liberty to congratulate you on
to friends! informally Monday evening the success I have hadwith your wonderful I
.. Mr. .Walter Jud'.jei.on Roberts, Tickets 'on sale! at Kandy with. cards. medicine. Eighteen months ago; my periods
: .: 4- stopped. Shortly after I felt no badly that II]
Wednesday the fourteenth of
February
One .- Kitchen by Joe Santo. : Mr. C.: W. Ilagerma returned Monday I submitted to a thorough examination by a i
thousand nine hundred and six V !
physician and was told that I had a tumor ,j Sol Cahn &
't at even thirty o'clock. evening. CO.
I and would have to undergo an operation.
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at their rssicence / 'Soon after I read one of your advertisemenu '
. offered a prayer and then routine Miss D.nkelspiel! of Louisville, Ky..
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I No. 520 East Garden I V and decided to give; Lydia E. Fink- The Pur. Food Store
. ) Pensacola Florida. business re3ulted in the election of the charmlg guest of Mrs. :Max Hein- llama Vegetable Compound a trial After ,
' The groom is a, Warnngton. Fla, ; officers as follows: V i berg will, leave for New Orleans taking five bottles as directed the tumor is : Southwest Corner Palates and Intendencu.
President-Mrs. ThUrSda--to carnival entirely gone. I have been examined by a
!J WJlliam Fisher. remain forthe
, roan now engaged aboard the big .
government .
and he I have of
physician says no signs a
Vice-Preaident MrsWilliam A. after which she will return and spend
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t dreJge Caucus antI is to be tumor now. It baa alto brought my period : Phones
, congratulated on hIs ";ood fortune. Blount. V : two or three months in this city where around once" more. and I am entirely j
. -+- 2nd Vice-PTesident Mrs. C.: V. she has been recipient of many delightful welL-1"aonie D. Fox, 1.Chestnut Street I I _

LIBRARY -'. Thompson. V social attentions. Bradford, fa.
Ii ELECTION t' Secretary-Mrs. AFTER RELUCTANTLY ; ;, Oertin'g. Miss Willis has cards out for a Buffet and

' 4 RELEASING DR. KOCH. '' Trea.surer-Mrs. q.. M. Flinn. dance on Valentine night tor'her THE MUSSULMAN.
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It4: The Library Association ht 1d' one Executive Committee-Mrs. Beulah 'guest Miss Lowe of Montgomery.
Iii of the most interesting annual meet ', Hyer. Mrs. Leslie Brooks: Mrs. John V V Dim Devotion_ I. I..ti.. sad n* 1*
:. k ings in its history at the hall last Pfeiffer Mrs. Max Kahn Prof. I. E. Allen was the guest of Fraud of IIi.* l elfd...

irii evening.!: Soliciting Committee Mrs. Hyer. honor at a dinner given last evening A traveler Ja Africa writes$ ; "This is is the only place of its
: Md1 To the sincere regret of everyonepresent Mrs. L. R Brooks Mrs. Pfeiffer Mrs.F by) Mr. and Mrs.: Frank L. Mayes. a laud of religion:, The Mussulman's lind in Pensacola, in fact
$hV President Samuel Koch Declined M., Williams. V + '
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devotion is Intense, ever present itis
Jzfl a re-el?ction''though every .; Matron--Mrs. Austin. The Ladles Benevolent Society will
effort was made to induce him to continue 'j THE DRESSY SEPARATE JACKET. The meeting thenradjournedito meet hold the regular meeting in the Temple all pervading. being not an scces::ory
to '' again Feb. 19. V at 3:30. ana' all tacked on, as it were to his life to be Pride
serve until his departure The on ,this afternoon : : to
- I''I dressy! dress of the winter sea- feta is used in this case.the silk shirred -. less surreptitiously
t next July f i The action of the meeting, and the members are requested to be there. practiced more or-
: During the two rears Dr. Koch has son saows signs of enjoying a greater: prettily at the shoulder' again at;i officers and committees elected, meet ; but ao essential part; wherewith and
. teen president he has been an Inspiration -! vogue during the spring and summer! joke and lastly above tbe high featU-, with general approval The selection Miss Marvin requests The :Journal wherein he lives '.l\taU: ,times. A Mur- nsacola.Larger.

to his associates and under his I Reasons' than .ever before, and this i, erboned girdle, whteh fastens In front i of Mrs. William Fisher as chief executive to state that she did not entertain the sulman pray*- openly and publicly, in
4: able administration the Association has with a large broadcloth. likewise the officer is a. particularly fortunateone younger set at the Country Club Sat lowise afraid to be seen. Every man V cities cannot
vogue created the i Vi'
.: .. has achieved wonderful things in the suitable outer garment.necessity The for a! collar and girdle! th se braided with: and is enthusiastically endorse' urday afternoon as announced in The wearsbb, string'of beads whereon b. boast of a better equippel
face of apparently immovable ob- spring I a fine diver soutache. The sleeve is bv those. interestel_ ho were unableto Sunday Journal
lines ; recordS 'place. The service: is the
show all sorts of little eton and full the elbow the number of his .daily pray
to ther
; etacles, and the expressions of earn- to be finished be present. ,
best.th b' had
. est desire to retain him as president bolero effects, anj jaunty little jack-; with a shirred cuff frilled either edgel i A devoted motber4 a Christian'gen- The finest that money can produce, era. Notwithstanding its, to us, uninviting t can
were *8 general as they were 'sincere. ets of the (pony or polo type, of lace,) ruffles ,of white respousse lace hang 'iVwoman, she has not only the liesure Blue Ribbon Lemon and Vanilla Ab- appearance,_the_ religion: has
' t A resolution of thanks for his past silk or u.oire antique.. one of the ing gracefully from beneath the l lower and means, but possesses the social aolutelv\, pure goes twice 'as far' and made and still B making great'strides* Apostle Propt'r
service was unanlmousl passed. I&ppring favorites.:: A black chiffon. taf-l frill. influence: ama.is animated by tire generous gives desserts the "Blue Ribbon Fla in Africa and one can only attributethis

Mr. Kellar, another staunch frienq" I philanthropic spirit that inspiresall vor." to the fact that. here at last I is a
. of the Library and of- fine executive associated with her to practical
I skill in the A !I religion of which its adherents are In
' game. privilege o
ability, was electea" to succeed DrKoch i which the gentlemen ea'gerly avail ent throughout were: the evening. Those pres- work.With ; Fashionable Dressmaking.Mrs. no way ashamed. It ,offers to the in Cooking and
- The excellent full ticket is thft staff of officers
as themselves named" sup. L. E. MllVr, the fashonable: faithful absolute .assurance of salvation
. follow Mr. and Mrs C. S. Bonacker Mr ported by the able dressmaker desires to thank the an* engenders that blind unlieslsu
President Mr. J. R. Kellar Last evening was one of those open and Mrs. F. E. Brawner. Mr. and Mrs d and.
: by a 'generous public approval, Sewing.Cooking
VicePresldcntIrs. F. S. Mellen meetings and Mrs. A. E. Zelius entertained -James T. Gerelds, )Ir. and Mrs Hahn, substantial work in behalf of the ladles of Pensacola for the patronage =s !eUh'tbereln which Is so C DP-. .

. Secretary and Trl'asurer-liss Lot the members and their escort.; Mr. and Mrs. Gray, Jlr. and Mrs. Angus children many,,safely; be predicted. they: have already given her and respectfully fortlng. tort* native mind.
tie Flinn, (re-elected). at her home corner Spring and De McMillan.Mr.. and Mrs. Dick )Ic- solicit a continuance of 'St eing a crowd of pilgrims bound fbi vegetables meats, RaJah
-.- Soto with a Valentine Flinch. Allister. Mr. and. Mrs :Mayes. )Ir. and HIS REASONS.A their favors. Room 4, Park Hotel. i Mecca patit"ntlr-nay. with pleisttre-- s(>rtlf, pastry cakes, can\lie-,
Beautiful cut flowers and growing -wra. 1(. u. otvsley! Mr. Digestibility of foods! fool
OPEN MEETING OF ]! and Mrs. J. Southerner was: telling of an old I enduring the worst treatment tlat one
palms informally disposed about the!. C Pebley. Mr. and Mrs.V Charlie' colored man in his neighborhood who RECITAL. could imagine meted out to herds of s, menus etc. Sewing: ; draftinp.
EXCELSIOR. FLINCH. rooms were the only, decorations.At Wright, Mr. and :Mrs.: ,Dan Shepara, first joined the Episcopal church then Mrs. J. B. Barnett of ,Alabama willgive driven slaves; ,one! p.nTies''he excess fitting, dressmaking. Clas-o!

Occasionally the laolcs of the Ex- the close of the game delightful Mr. and Mrs. \\\ 'I.. Weekly, .Mr. and the Methodist, and next .the Baptist, a recital on Monday( Fb. 12, at mf fa>tii that can,engender:such a cfhlor Flinch Club permit the gentlemen refreshments were servrf, Miss I Mrs. Clyde Wilsoi\ Mr. and Mrs. D. where he remained says the Washington the Library HaIl for the benefit of the lastructor, 301 West fiasp3febl
position. Though robbed slain stared '
the of Hale Wilson. Mr. : Gadsden Street Epworth I.. >. "'
' t privlleg? enjoying their Florida ZeBus and Miss Annie Moore and Mrs Raymond Star. Questioned as to the rea, 'agut Admission -
: society and admiring their scientific!Harvey daintily assisting! the hostess I N.Walters, and *ur. Alex Reed. Buffalo sons for his church travels he responded 35 cents. herded with'pe1'tfle'nce and subjected
1. to countless. hardships! and an

I Miss' Lottye Rici and'V Mr Soar..v" "Well: sun. hit's dis way: De ExccJsior No. 4. I I. O. O. F. noyances. yet' year after year they

I +4++++999++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++...... : were the special. guests of the club.: 'Piscopals ij gemman, V sub, but I Special meeting Excelsior Encampment come from far and near thousands and Grocery Co.
couldn't keep up wid l i'e. answerin' No. 4, I, 0. O. F., will be held at tens of thousands strong on, this the
t -'I t PLEASANT SUNDAY back in dey church. D> Mothodw' hall tonight at 7:30. All members requested nost wonderful and far reaching of latter 604, 606 608, 610 8. Palates I St

: OUTING PARTY. dey: always holdin inquiry meetln's to attend. Visiting members day pilgrimages. Phone 725.

Dining Room Elegance. j Ir : On Sunday February 4th, 1906 Mrs an' I don't like too much,inquirm' into. welcome": V "At ,Jedrta one. sees pilgrims from V. J. VIDAl Manager.
I ., I I W. L. Morgan and :Mrs. W. H. Morgan But de Baptis. sun, dey just ,dip an' B IL WITKOVSKI. C. P. all corners of the globe: -Dutch subjects ,
+ entertained as their gu'sts Misses are done with'hit. I's Baptis, I is." T. ,G. STLVSON.. Scribe. from Java Chinese from Peking, TO
GOOD THINGS
HOME OF
.:,,jMatti;* Vucovich, Ida 'and Elsie Hoer..: Bartow Courier-Informant. shiploads. from India and Farther' Ionia '
: The dining room is where jou ""do the honors" three +Jennie Newell, Carrie Van Pelt,I -+- SOIREE WEDNESDAY. Russian subjects from an pam EAT.
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Just Received:
times every day. In dining room furniture we show .:[Neatta Elloitt. Messrs Henry White The Daughters 'ofRbekah hav arranged Miss Gipsy Morris will 'her si the !
begin French
great empire subjects .! Halibut Quick Lunch
what we are confident is most artistic .:; Jamie Gillls and Mr Chunks
tae : the newest and Mrs. Willie a quite unique .entertainmentfor
i and most perfect. .. ''L. Morgan, with a fine drive to..Mor- next 'FridaY' ,evening to. whiche'cr"bodwilling dancing, classes with a soiree onWednesday from Algiers! from. Morocco< afternoon C. K. of A. Hall
: pan and Morgan's beautiful i to begi-oes.who. have tramped I for months _
poultry to contribute '
farm seventeen miles north of the at o'ciock.. All the little folks anJ from the "western shores of Africa. 50 kits Salmon. $1.25:; per kit.
Sideboards their parents are invited. On Friday 50/) kits halibut fins, $1.23 per kitBO .
| I city. It is an ideal farm, situated on Through many lands I and: mldit many
t f Dining Tablesand V the brow of a high hill overlooking evening their atS the grown ups will have tongneethejVcO, l ,.all.to meet at this kits of Cod Tongues and Sounili.

'j he I.. & N. railroaa a magnificent opening soiree. 6fab2t thronged center of the maelstrom of .: per kit.Bloater ,
Milkers and Roes, herring
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location for entertaining as our host the l1u .-ulmftD faith.*' *
- i Chairs i( had everything so nicely arranged. A NOTICE. V. Pickled Salmon, Dill Picklei.
: ( table and seats! had been especially 'I will not be responsible for debts A Large Christmas The Sauer'Kr&utPigs
: .. : 1 built under a nice large shed for the contracted by my wife, Mrs. E. Forum One of the ra.rgeetbtlstmas gifts Feet in -kits. 100.
: ever producsd. Our "Buy now. Pay Later" puts you in ;occasion and the guests 'were ushered A simple remedy. Neglect ofa alter this date. and altogether: the.largest pie on record Manewal and Lange's Fruit Cake.
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possession (Sideboards into the dining shed: where a delight cold result in a chronic Feb. 6. 1906. E. FORUM. the Biscuit Co's Fruit Cake, :
,, at once. $15 to $65. Tables $1.30 I : may feb6-2ts was one senj by Earl of Lonsdale
i' to $30. Chairs 75 cents to 55.OO.MA.RSTON ;| fui luncheon was served, which allenjojed throat trouble. :1014 oTniy ill boll. to King ,George.:Ill,-of England. The We pound.handle the celebrated blends of
much.
-very After luncheon
V pie weighed 576pounds, and it contained I
Cole
: roasted by the Gulf City
for ee
went stroll over'
i I((tail looking at the a different kinds the of farm poul-' Bonlerartt" and Esplanade.esplanade" I 9 geese, 2 ducks, 4'fowls' (the kind .. H. P. Chlpman, Manager

& QUINA i(try and stock. Soon as this was compieted ; and boulevard" mtnUitary \. I not stated in' the' records),: 6,pigeons, 6 Oaxaca '35c lb.; Gold Standard. 25c
V i I we were' reaay for the return terms by origin. The.original"boulevanT ; I wild ducks, 3 teal,,2 starlings, 12 partridges ; Diamond Blend. :;)c Ib; Golden

to the city. 'As we drove out into the THE1HAPPIEST 1 ,I was a bulwark,or horizontal I 15 woodcock, 8 guinea fowls, 3 20c lb.Strictly .
V 108410 S. Palafox St. Phone 148. Pensacola Fla. hard road we sloped for a short call :; l part ot 2he rampart ana aa -espla snipe. 6 plover. 3 water .hena, 1 wild fresh roasted and as gool
t on Dr. and Mrs. Cato at their beauti. Ir J I nade" was originally the glacis or slop goose 1 curlew 40 )"ellow'bammers, 15. any' Coffee sold in this city
L. I ful Cottage Hill home. The entirg of the counterscarp of a fortified place. sparrows 13 chaffinches! 2 larks. *4 I Send us your orders and we ulll &*"

t : ...... .............,................. .........i party spent a short time ver);i I MEN I IiI i A writer 200 yearn ago nounl that the thrashes, 12'fieldfares., 6 blackbirds. 20 I promptly.
pleasantly as the V Dr. and Mrs Cat Ji I word boulevard was "now chiefly token rabbits 1 le-g.o real. 1,ham, 3 bushel:

V entertained with charming. music and. I for the void space between the gla- of flour and 28 p(1)ndsot butter.In -w---- ..6
V .*. ... .. singing. V ARE : cia of a citadel and the first house of the lanJUage.or.the nursery rhyme
It was one of he most enjoyable a tvra:" hence its extension to other coneerniitg the four and-twenty blackbirds

DIAMONDS, WATCHES, JEWELRY f events your writer 'has'bad' the I : WELL IF YOU'VE
pleasure of attending this season: :; "void: ,epaces ttultable for promenad baked in a pie "wasn't that a

-: CLOCKS PRECIOUS.STONS .. BRONZSE 1 All enjoyed themselves and voted our, *" FED lug The old French "esplanade" wti pretty dish to set'bef..ore. kfngr'

-.- hostess and host excellent entertain 'MEN : defined by Cotgrave as "a planing, lev* AN EYE
STERLING SILVERWARE: | evening of --- "- -- -
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R1: POTTERY, OPTICAL GOODS \\ EN'JOYER V ." ; THE- MEN ,WHO EAT "explanare" to smooth or flatten out. -1wW1scIE:1IEIc FOR BEAUTY
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whence the, English. words "explain1
V II CUT GLASSWARE. Ii IiA THE PEARL EAGAN HOME HERE ARE WELt. FED and"explanation." "
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V I V ACTIVELY ORGANIZED.At ..- Exact R.Ioaleg.V : : oughly you ''will the appreciate beautifullY tho

an enthusiastic gathering of ths FOOD i laundered Shirts. Collar'and
Engraving and Fine staioniY- friends of the Pearl "Eagan Home for Hot iscults, Coffe and ,Here la a bit of exact re*. Ung. on Cuffs that we stnl I
: : children, which was ,largely attended Doughnuts at 5 o'clock every : the part of a little schoolgirl. Ttio for'little folks/ out Better 1H us da

;: Monday evening in Library HaJI executive morning. I teacher, wished to Impress the Idea of yours.
and supporting officials! were the wrong of Idleness. Be led up to It

I }it Mail-Orders. Receive Prompt Attention. selected and few' matters, of" philanthropic -* -, I I by asking.'who were the.ptrMna who GrapeNutschang

I ,.,. interest have been so, wellhantded cot all tltv, could and did noOlng IB The Star Steam

V V Kandy Kitchen Cafe : return. For come time tber wu :U- !
Rsv P. II. WbaI rector of Christ
y Lessee. but at last the llttl 11I1.wh.. Laundry.
: i E O. Zadek Jewelry Co. 1 1I church.. .B. CL. Glenn pastorPalafox ofl t I I bad ? ,rickety children .tolron'g
1 M. E. church;and Rev' Julian] II I obviously reasoned oat the'a&iwarinductlvelt sturdy\ ,b alth.
104 Phone 999
S.Palafox.
1'4Pentacola
MOBILE ALA. $ S. ,Slnley of the First Presbyterian'I .. from her own hom expert* 37 E raer. St. Phone -
elleN exclaimed, with a good deal "THERE'S A 'REASON.**
church were present. )frp- "Whaley'l ; :of FJ!
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$750 FOR A R i" W For Sale I 7


Jack Built? House ., HOOTON '& WATSON 'i
a NORTH Hill LOCATION FOR SALE *, : ,

"J ...: Successors to Tho C. Watson 0 Co.
4 lots, taking In corner, 120 feet by $2750'.00For : .' "

figure.125 offered for a few days for this this price; >ourf attention Is requested :", K;: -" Leading Real! .Estate, Rental and Insurance Agency

at an early date that ? .
spread his fame on the pag s of his upon that property situatedS. ,
RtNTS
tory until he is known all COLLECTED.REAL Sfc Belmont
to the world. '. E. 'Orner blpck Tract
ESTATE BOUGHT AND SOLDlESUElTBROOKS 5 lots and &1)lendlcottage.( This Two-Story A Few Attractive Offerings Real Estate.

.' property will be" worth $1000 more In ,
12 months. ** '
With a ',; .. $15,000.00large brick building on a good business corner.
r- $$2400.00 ?7.soo.00-A large lot,. lying west of and near Palafox St. about 250

: 204 8. Palafox St. Fisher Building. 222 N. Spring street,. 7 room 2 story '_ _fMront: by m jt4.deepS A bargain. S ,
Little : :i.J j lot 60x175 situated between Gregory Brick Building $7,250.00L1irge'2story; brick building;opposite site of New City Hall.

Money :: : : ana: Wright streets., -- This must be sold at once or will be withdrawn from market.
'' : ,. $5,250.00-Large 2-story dwelling with 10 rooms servants quarters.

: ': A BARGAIN t. $4250.00Jets < modern! conveniences.% Stone sidewalk. Lot 80 by 180 ft. West
.For the lot, and lots loss trouble' thi-jacchad .j'em-can: ( a splendid investment in.2 stores HIIL! ,

build a house on one;of the-o lots 'pq East: or North,Mlve FOR SALE. and dwellings located where propertyis on .corner ,on South Pafafox St.This $2,5oo.00-A very nice cottage on North Hayne St.. with lot 80 by
\ have for sate, that will have EO 'many conveniences.( in demand; rents for 5672.00 per lflSft. .

t that Jack would turn 'green wi i\\ enVy. 'With **-ded far; A half block of year. -.. is a good bargain. $2OOO\00-Large- twc- >story dwelling oa North Davis street. Very dasirabld. -

one of these lots we can g-t.'OU the money with ',which. ground; 7 room house: $350.00 ,
to put up the house For $2,000.O0lot.s on East Hill car )line; southern exposure. overlooking
pra Ucany new; Windmill ; particulars
barns anl)' other :3: ]jots N. pal rox, facing east, ad ; bay. One of the prettiest building sites on East Hill,

hou I joining story: residence. $1,000.00-Comfortable cottage on Brent Road,.near! Cotton Compress.
out es. Situatedear apply to
'" 1 : .. $1.100.00-Flve room dwellIng. with large lot on corner East Chase
Pensacola Investment East H '11 car line. 10500.00 street.lOCO.00Flve. S
Company All for the sum of .
10 room'2 itory--;;-steam heated, mod .. $ very desirable,building Iota; making a frontage of 200

4. H. D'ALEJHBCRJE, City Manager. ern residence, North Hill large lot. ft. near Stoddart's_ Place.

$2,850.00 McDavid-Hyer Company LOANS IN ANY AMOUNTS MADE ON REAL ESTATE SE-
.1
W. H. KNOWLES President.
p. R. SIMPSON| ,
secretary.. eL. S. BROWN & CO.X CURITY. ON'SHORT NOTICE. AND AT LITTLJB COST TO BOR
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J. E. STILLMAN! ,V Prej. anl Gen. Manager. KNOWLES HYER Treasurer. Will ROWER. -
carry a mortgageof '
I Agents New 'York 'I
Kael. Estate, Loans, General Investments.' 200000. This offer, 201-& Thicken! Building.. Life Insurance Company. WE RESPECTFULLY SOLICIT A SHARE OF YOUR PAT-

is good for a few days, .. Phone 918 RONAGE. AND .IF YOUR RENT RETURNS ARE UNSATISFACTORY -
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215 South Palafox Street, Pensacola. Florida. only.Thos. PLACE YOUR BUSINESS IN OUR HANDS' AND INSURE
8 C. Government
Street.
I SATISFACTION* FIRE INSURANCE PLACED IN FIFTEEN OF

'- ------._ _. THE VERY OLDEST FIRE COMPANIES. IP YOU WANT TO
=- ; Pebley, FOR RENT Phone 7CO. Pensacola,: 'Fla. RENT: : A DWELLING OR STORE, OR DESIRE A RENTAL AGENT' .
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WE RESPECTFULLY ASK YOU TO CONSULT US.
Cor. 'Palafox and Romana Sts.
WANTED For Sale. r b. an'
FOR, RENT.-From > 1. dc.gant.2stoiy -

-- : !S-room'house, with.bath, Miscellaneous S

I'I'O{ "TED-White woman .FOR s.\LE-The Lewis Bear Co. are hot and cold water connections corner HOOTON & WATSON .

", .,- position as nurse or cook for agents.for. the famous 'Corno Hen $650Buys 12th St. and 9th ave. Apply to .
FiLORID.CURlOSITIESSea 34. SOUTH PALAFOX STREET
shells PHONE 54.
fim; >f good reputation. Apply 1373:: :;\ Feed. Tmsst thing in the world to t Thos. Pebteyl l :: 'f v' /( t .,.3Qjan shell jewelry wood novelties leath.\\ ,

E .Leaden St. 7feblw* make hens lay. Keeps 'em in good i a 5 room cottage on E. Gregorj; Pensacola !
er goods souvenirs and
condition FOR RENT.-Elegant story 8-room
too. 7feb ?200 cash rest! on easy terms. A bar.gan. _.
POSITION A.\"TED-BY competent stuffed Alligators. Goods'packed ----- -"------ ------ ---
4 cottage at 318 West Belmont St. Apply )
bookkeeper, either as bookkeeper, FOR SALE-Paying! meat mark t and to Walter Ingraham"at Laun ready for shipment .Mrs. C. N. McClure -
WILSON 6 CO.
cierk or collector. Have had six grocery on East Hill. Good stand ; dry. "" '-'" ** 25jan Opera IIpus0 ,Building 107 E. D. HALE Professional Directory.

year, experience.. Can give good ref- Cheap. Address 'P. O. ,Box 6.8:, City $1200 i .. '. Government St. .-
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fen Address .A. care Journal. feb7. -- : FOR RENT.-Elegant two story storeroom MRS. L. E. ,MILLER, Fashionable REAL ESTATE, THOS. PEBLEY,
For a neat!! five room cottage bath
fbIw FOR SALE South half block fill, and hajl on E. Hill; $400 cash remainder -I in new Star Laundry building; ,Drl fjsmaker, latest.and: most approved -RENTS'AND LAW REAL ESTATE. LOANS AND

W.\NTED-Bj white manr position: as fronting 400 feet. oa 13th ,street J>y on reasonable terms. E. Garden street Apply Walker' In- methods only. Ladies invited to LOANSWe COLLECTIONS

short order cook or as cook, gardner 107% feet on Bay lew, Park also 1. 3 lots, corner Gadsden 'and car ,line graham 'SthfLaUnd1. 22dec call. Room 4, Park Hotel. 7feblw*t PALAFOX AND ROMANA.

or hustler in. gentleman's family. 'Address south half of block 212 fronting 400' $950; Corno Hen ..Feedwill make<< your! PHONE 559.

Geo. Sinclair 10: S. Adamb St. feet on 14ti! St., by 137% fet-,pn Bay Five lots on E..13th street near car A. R. BINGHAM has storage room for hens lay, and; keep them. in a:healthy icondition. i have'"the following special bar
:f.hw! View Park. The only property adjoining line, $1250. rent, suitable for furniture or other ., Try it. For sale by the I grins! 'in very: desirable real estate fora '

W.A\'TED-You: to use Corno Hen Bay View Park that is now, fa One'block on West Hill. .$550.C.R.YAEGER. goods, 104 and 106 South Tarragona Lewis Bear Co. 7feVILPESHON few days SPECIAL only. BARGAINS.:
sale. The beautiful view down thuba'ou St. Phone 630 SOnov I T G YATES M.DOPTICIAN
l-ir-ed This makes hens
jour lay Is still at the same place. 80x137
2 lots In block 170. Now City .
and down the bay can never be .
aud fattens tnem. Try it. For sale I !
obstructed A. V. Clubbs. : 14 W. Jnt ndencla. Shoes made to feet, on car line .. .. .. .. .. $400.00
bv The Lewis Bear Co._7feb SOjly Board and Rooms. order; ajl kinds of repair work. 3 lots; corner 16th ave. and Gads

A\"TED-Dt.gk: room in an insurance AUTO IOBILES.-I am agent for the [ 6feb2w" I den street. .. .. .. .. .. .. $1,000.00 306 THIESEN BUILOIGN

omce. or lawyers omce. Refo Pope Mfg, Co. and can sell you autos 202 Thlesen Building. Phone 332 FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED; I back in the city again: am .5 lots fronting Toledo square in New
prepared
!nces. Address postoffice Box 711. from $500.00 up. They cost lessthahorses rooms for rent, ,with privilege of am to tune and repair pianos and City :. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. $1,000.00
.ufeb.'t:! to keep.up.They can be run light house keeping at 254 E. Gregory. usual. My phone number One 5roomhouse.; with bath and

W.VNTET).-Your repair _*ork. Best in sand or Brooks.anywhere' a horse can go. HELP WANTED Phpne 557. 6feb2w organs is 803t2,{ as rlng, J. Conrad Scott. I nice Eewer" connection neighborhood gas: }1n If every- taken room at; HICKS
Leslie E. CAPUDINE
material used; work guaranteed. L. : TOURIST HOUSES No. 222 and 104 6feblm I once, .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..$1.450.001 I
H, Peshon, Shoemaker and Repairer :. ''WA\TED-Doy who N. Spring St. Good location. Special block. 17 West King IMMEDIATELY CIAXS
JUST RECEIVED- Large shipment can milk cows, Mattresses and pillows made and 6 houses In ,
:s: W. corner Bajlen and Intendencia I imported Olive Oil. Retail by int. attend to horses, and do workaround rates to parties Or' clubs.. ,Apply renovated. Sanitary process. Upholstering -I.Tract, renting $30.00 per month. Will HEADACHESBreah

Sts._6feb2vN::: gallon or larger quantity. G. Morasso premises. Apply 5ftl( W. Mrs. W. J. Williams, 222 N. Spring St. done. Furniture cleaned, repaired -'lend $2,000.00 of necessary .. $2600.00All I'' up COLDS

\\ \N'1'tD-Ev cr>body in Pensacolato & Co., ship:'chandlera'an& grocers, 701 Chase. teb7WANTED Sujanlm* and varnished, I. T. Pitman, I' of these propositions are bargains IN 6 TO II HOIKSDR.
know that the Y M C. A. building PalafoL 4feblw will be held,open for a few
South 4octFOR 105 N..Ta'rragon St. and
FORItENTFu.rJi'I trw IeuIt lOc. AI IIn&&Ia
was built of brick made by th"i'onsacola -At once, v. joung lady ,tty\ ; : hed rooms for tays only. I
Brick Co., and they are pre- SALE.-:'Only '4 "young :Boar pigs nographer. Address quick Pk, O. rent with'or without board. No J.:-ii. Logan. Upholsterer and chair I' Excellent warehouse location on

flared to furnish jou J. S. Walton, sired ,by Duke of Florida 68923 out care Journal 7feb light houself .eping." .Apply 310 West Caner. Clocks repaired. Give me railroad track very cheap.
6feb of Qrphan Lee of BaltImore 58544. Gregory.. .,' jan21-lmo* >cur old chairS' to -cane. All work Good 8 cent mortgages on hand. -
per
\Igr
''An guaranteed with registrations' WANTED :. .. ..' .* ;... -...o .7. guaranteed206' Tarragona. street '
'" and .. Best kind of investments.
f made to order old Bo'iRD' :New furniture
VTTRE3SE3: ; WANTED Colored .woman at 90.J: 1 AND LODGING- 4feb10U*
I Carl Setterlind '
of vacantor
pedegrees. Chipley Property in all parts city
mattresses renovated and new tick E. Gadsden. 6feb, large dean''room. Terms reasonable. ---- --S ------ -- -
furnished if desired. Ring phone 771 Fla. 26nov. Apply Mrs. 'C, C. Brock 105;) LESSONS 'IN-Cooking and, serving. Improved wanted and for sale.

or call at. 114 E. Belmont St 2feblm FOR,,.SALE -Nice, clean'old newspapers WANTED=LadY or g-ntleman jf fair East Intendencia/St./ 'lSjanlm5WANTED.A Cooking; vegetables meats salads, 30 S. Palafox St.
for of candies
education to travel firm $259 desserts, pastry, cakes, ,
\VVNTEI>-Position as stenographer at bYe cents a bundle.' .This 000 capital. Salary $1,072' per year, few boarders al '212 'W. breads. Digestibility of foods. food I Phone 234. .

n> ladY of ,,experience. Good reference fice. ot.1 pajable weekly. Expenses 'advanced. Gregoy. New house, good neighborhood values menus. etc. Sewing drafting:

AUdrc: L. IL. care Journal.,. FOR SALE:::-200! acres good farm Address Geo.' G. Clows, ,". 'Pen. cola, ,.and on cat line.- 12janlm cutUng. fitting, dressmaking. Classesfor

lfeblw 2% miles southeast of Chipley in! Fla.. : 6feb2t ROOMS TO RENTwith without =women ,and children. M. A. MeIntyre DIRECTORYJoppa
'or
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West Chase. I
VNTED-To buy old gold and -sit- Washington county; no waste land30; instructor., 301
WANTED.-First class \ broken stuff of acres ready' for cultivation Good
regardless
"r. up sacola Tar and Turpentine Co....Gull FURNISHED No. 6, I I. O. O. F.
NICE ROOMS for rentNewtyfurnished Lodge,
bize*. Cash paid. Llg 1tman & Klein,. lima rock quarry on premises.. For --The owner will not be responslble -! .}o'. .
6feblw NOTICE O. 0. ,
Point, Fla. : No. 6..1. 1'
Lodge
clean and nice Joppa
,. ,
1W( E Wright. Ifeb further particulars address Mrs. L. for debts contracted by: J. U MOCK S
7.30\
at
ne"a.r_ postoffice. Apply at 128& E. meats every Tuesday evening .
Wis:>elo5le. Marianna. Fla. J7janlm*, for branch offica schooners Kate,' .
W.VN: TED.-first-clas3: millwright, cirtuUi WANTED Manager : Government street;.Mrs B. M. Trainer. the captains. Qf the o'clock at Rafford Hall West GardenSt.
saw filer and hammerer is we wish to locate. here i Pensacola.. SOld Fay Alabama or Sallie Guy. II. Jernlga'n. brethren (cordially in
Visiting are
hand 7janlm.
open :or r, position. Reference fur- FOR SALE-Second Babcock Address, with referencss.". The ,Mona (* ,.owner,':Portland. Fla. Sfeblm: vited. DENTAL SURGEON.Crown .
rubber tires, in first-class
nishod! Address J. 1!. D., care Jour buggy information Wholesale House Cincinnati,.Ohio.; newspapers at'five cents a bundleat This Is to certify that the Ferry: T. H FLEETWOOD. N. C. '
For '
condition. telephone .. this office. and Bridge Work a Specialty
Gfeblm They are all clean Asso -
nal ,
office and Shippers .
26jan2wWVNTED. Sec.31jan6m.
:J.
51' Pass' Inspectors W. GINCLES -
No. and.nice. S .,_ Painless Extracting of Teeth.
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.-Real Estate for sale or WAl\'TED-At once-house girl.,_ Apply elation areflOt .
: St. \VWANTEDA BAY HOTEL.-Open night and day. following boom receipts .of their ins 2&i/2 S. Palafox St.
lea Your busl- FOR \LE-Most beautiful residence 22D N. Spring P.
rent e or exchange. No. 1347. of G. D. Pensacola Lodge No, 3. K. of
Receipt '
European 'plan. Rooms light and ectlon; 7 and 9 Old Building.
Cf"8 respectfully solicited. J. A. Wilson block in Pensacola, overlooking the 1348 of Fe 'gin meets Monday evening at 7:30 Armory
No. every
good cook;;:.g o lDar.; clean. Transient trade solicited. Robbins; receipt 5.
Real Estate Agent. 22% W. Gov- bay and Bayou Texar Magnificent receipt No. 1295 of Chas. o'clock at their temporary Castle Hall S Phone 1077
colored. Apply 107 E. and Hassell
White or 575-579 S. PalafoL Jaa. S. Nicolau. ;
,'rnment street, Room 7, Salisbury I live oak, magnolia and other shade Government St. ., 2feblw* Snowdens... Ferry Pass Inspectorsand over Pou stable W., Intendencia St. --
jtnlding. Phone 17:. 23jan trees. Ideal location for home hotelor Prop. Shippers Association, by J. T. Visiting brethren cordially welcomed.

KODVKURS get Kauffman's prices I, sanitarium A. C Binkloy. WANTED-500 mn, good.. pay,..peri, Harper. Prcs. Jan281m J. A. KIRKPATRICK;-C. C. $25 REWARD

for d eloping and finishing. Best! FOR SALE-House' at Goulding on manent-pass circulars, tack signsno 1 GEO JOHNSON. cntractor and builder H. HORSLER. K.. of R. & S '

and ihcapest in city. Romana and' hard road, 4 rpoms. bath and kitcn- canval sing. Continental' Distributing will give you estimates free. Repair RaUibone Lodge; No.

Palafox 20 janlm: en; nice table; Strictly cash. M. .Co.. Chicago: f b1w'.1 Timber Lands ''w\rlc a specialty. Phone 1053. 30, K. of P.,' meets every
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Borras, Standard Oil Co.'s office. Thursday evening at 8:00
WA\TED.-Second: hand furniture S. WANTED.-Boy about sixteen Ifeblw*

.nil t !household articlcb of all kinds Pensacola, Tla. SOjanlm learn glazing Apply Saunders! 3111)! DRESSMAKING-Mrs. Alice W. Herman 4 o'clock in their temporary Pou stable
Cabtle Hall over
toi' ,'ash. Address P. O. Box 353. II Co., 29 Kist; Garden. ,iSjau has opened a firs t-cJ ass'' dressmaking : .
17ianim FOR SALE-Two or' three wagons __ For aleWe her residence. 106 E.Intendencja W. Intepden.ciastreet.
at
drays and horses cheap if takjn' Any intelligent person may eajn a. shop Vls1tlngkn1gt* are co*
\\'.\\TE'ii=The public to know that within a few da>s. Phone ,b4_ or apply a good income corresponding;: forrewspapeis Ladies' invited to calL- dially welcomed.

old newspapers can be bought at at 403 N. Reus street 27 Jan. ; no (canvassing;' experlerce :-, 31jan3w j! D. KIRK. C. C.

tnis office for five cents a bundle. Theyara1l unnecessary.: Send: for particu: STEAMER CAPT. FRITZ J.. M. C. J. LEVY. K. ot R. &: S.

clean and nice.WANTED.E1etrIc I'OR'SALE.-If you hue $8,000 to invest lars. Northern Press. Syndicate,. have them. Several splendid Rogers master. Passengers and -
in a saw mill proposition worth ) N. Y. ,5not6moj Pensacola Knights of Columbus.
work of all kind.L : .. I.ockport. ? : large and small turpentine locations. Freight; service between Meetings; of the
Box :6
Lock ..
write DeFuniak
,t us, clean jour fans. rezair your $10,000 Pta.This will stand the WANTED--100 laborers, wages ,$150Ver Saw' Ml'js! and Saw mill locations and 'Fre port. Fla. At Baylen street Knights of Columbus

dynamo, a" jour wiring, etc. P.it'zi3 Springs Investigation the ,fir t day. Apply factory of Gouding: Some excellent! bargains in large wharf. Wednesdays and Saturdays. are held at their hall
,7H.! Pcmacola: Electric Co.. 205 S. closest It.- No man Fertilizer Co. J4jan, and 'small traits of round and boxed; Tourists and others desiring to see : No. S West. Intenden
time
flay icn. with the: money gets to : I. timber! lands. places of interest on Choctawhatchle cia tree',' on every
waste with agents or lf1ll rs. ::tJi1l1: ; S Santa Rosa Sound should '
Large tracts,: of Mississippi Delta: Bay and M nday evening at
SECOND: HAND CLOTHING WANTED FOR SALE.-One choice block on top MoneytoLo !,. I I.and Hardwood lands. make this' trip. Special rates for par. 7:30 o'clock.' Aa Invitation I

-Highest price paid for gent'sclothIng of the riJie east. of the electric I 1 "' Splendid "jlsi' of valuable property ties of ten 'or more.For rates or is extended WARRANT for the arrest ot this yo-

caly. Also s.il l second; hand 'i railway, between 7h and 8th streets. MONEY LOANED on all kinds of.per and fine location: for a Co'o! ?y, or Stock othT information apply on board or to visiting Knights -.
Is 26 of ,
.. Sho about
man. years age
'OOdoi.0. 9 s. Intendencia. O. Box 6S2, Pen-arola Fla.!
Farm l& South EastGeorgla. address P.
JOHN B. JONES
Nautre has favored this section and it. sonal piopert on short, notice. ,
JOB PRINTING of all kinds wantedby cannot be duplicated A. V. Clubbs. ,;; Terms eas)'. .JB. Gray &: Co., 2 i W Some of the choicest residence fl7janlrnJOHN EDM. FOX. Grand Knight. weighs 135 pounds thick, dark hair

the Majes Printing Co., 24V.. Romana. Phone llbl. ifeb.1ONIhY places i- the beautiful little city of FLO. Boot and Shoemaker. Recorder. high forehead brown eyes five fret

Government. Phone 181. Only the FOR SALS Beautiful tlock in New I _TO ioAN.--On e'ai'estate DeFuniak Springs.: Fli.: and in Milton. custom work to order; repairing hg! )., wears No. 6 shoes upper teeth
Tract No.31%. For cash $60X or Fla.I : Fin? No.'4 I. I
best of -work. Idee City. : and workmanship guar- Pensacola Lodae O. O. F. fillad and OIL crown tl tooth Shot ,
material gold
Apply to A. M* lte 11a! ::. Court Houu.1Jaue I other .sufficient security ,by .apP.J'. I I Our prices And terms are reasonable '] ; call. Pensacola Lodge No. 1, I. O. O. F., '
WANTED.- and transfer Thcs. Pebley. cor. PalafdxRomana. .. anted. Plea: e' give me a 120 with round nails.
Hauling ,! lug to a j .... ,Ti S S meets every Thursday evening at 7:3! has long fingers'
street. Phone 1086.
work. Office phone 363; residence FOR SALE-10 room nouse. corner!i up stairs_::._.:.'\7nqt-: ..1.1I i! 'Cal on or 'write -to us. Government 27JanlmTHE I at' the new hall: wi, 'West > Garden I Plump of figure and fairly pretty. Her
phone 390. Acosta & %2-8 N.
White.
I MONEY :0ND-Ongoo.reai f4- Visiting brethren which
lot. 3 blocks .from PaUfox, lot 96t street. cordially maiden name was Thompson
Tarragona St. 25mar. ; security; or on good MANUFACTURING CO.
.I tate collateral. DAVIS, Invited. IL.GREENBLATT.
line. For particulars inquire she hal possibly as umecI.
192 on car lowest rates. Leslie: E,, P.rooks. retail manufacturersand name
: at., TURNER&AYMARDReal wnolcsale and J. NEVILLE Secretary,
\V\XTED.-Everybody: to take dinner of Standard Clothing Co. _9Jaa: I I i Fisher undln:;._ 21Jan: I 'dealers in cotton mattresses and RE'SEKAH'SiSTERS--,- Wire sheriff at DeFuniak Springs; ,

at the Southern Hotel. 9dec. FOR-SA LB.:-NiceT: lean newspapersfor I MONEY LOANED oa all idnds.ur'N: bed 'springs. Sefond hand furniture Florida. $:!S.lQ reward for the child.

WANTED.-Tha Merchants TransferCo. sale. Only 5c a bundle. They,: sonal property on short notice:' Estate anl bousit and sold Upholstering and r*- Naomi Lodge NOt 10. Rebekah, Sisters Fisher Monrco Douglat This ",woman

wants ycur moving and baulins. make good wrappins: paper and are I Terms easy.1.. W. Bullard; upstair i iI pairing? i epeciaUy.; 114 E. Belmont meets every Monday' night at Florence Wood kidnapped him from '

All breakage guaranteed. T. B. Tnor- just thgjbla& tojUt under matting.NORifANS I! 28Vi ,South Palafox SL, Phone 1144. .1.1I 1 1I I Abstract Company, St. .city-. Phone 77U. C. T. Davit, g o'clock In L 0. 0. F. Hall Visit- : Freeport. Fla.: on the night of September .
*n. Proo Phone 97*. ISJunelaa. :snot l1Janlm I lug lsters cordially incited to be pres. 6thr 1903:;. The chili Is 6 years ol i, '
F1LL.-Just received P. 0 Box I IIS DsFinia't sri Alilf Mgr ,, I
-- I I ?, ent. MRS S. DeTH.-\YEll. -: fair skin, light hair has upp r fore
MATTRESSES REXQV'ATED. .New 55,600 Compound Cathartic. For''''I UNLIMITED amount ot'money toi l Joan I I CUT prfj\VERS-Orders i promptly MISS MAMIE FREEMAN. Secretary teeth rotted off. very lamp weight I'
tick furnished If desIred All done sale! at The Abater .and. Wet End on all 4kinds i ot persop.ai ..property.: filled for 'OS1. carnations! flowers bright child.
50 pounds; very !
In good order on short ,notice Leave Saloons. _..; ISnovln I Special rates to business me'n on large':: FOR !and tieln:: > of a1! kinds. 31;ss Bertie I }!. E. B. A. No.. SI., meets first ; 'dthird aboat Expensej paid both rays delivering 4VI
orders at leans. The New York Loan'Co.: 20. "! SALE '! Barcelona. Phong 651 Wednesday evening at 7:30p., .
Green & Watson. Phone FOR SALE:-7-room house at Gould! ". SmiO. 616. N- -- -. -- I child to DeFun'ak! Springs Fla. in.additlon I'.4I
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South Palafox - Hall No 10. West Inten.
193. 4feblm in's.tApply to. ,F4 ,J,.. Askersren j : suburb of --B. I.. Diamond Tailor. m. Ralford ,I to the $!5 reward.
uBeach Haven, the coming TAILORING ;
WANTED.=AII kindsot 'ee tilcal Goufdins. Fla.! .2Sjanlm I 'nswcola. -Extenstv3 Improvementsto -1 Gents' clothing cleaned. pressed and( dencia street A.' G. FELL, Pres I H, A. DOUGLAS. it -
work. I sell all kinds of electrical short otlce. No. 11% Father of the chilJ.
be made tils year; street car line; repaired on J. L. SWEENEY. Sec.
batteries and: other electrical supplies.. FOR SALE.+: Improved and unimproved .,11 A RATd j, guaranteed in the near future. $35.C01 I West Government SL, Pensacola Fla. I DeFuniak Sprinsa. Fla

When. you need me ring 345: or 955.;' property lq all part: o{ the city. for. beautiful waterfront lots. This'tldec f W. O. ./. .::
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E W Peake, new Star Laundry building I J.A. Wilson &. Co. Real Estate Agents, 1'i-tA BABY I price for a short Urn only. For further saiimaker! 716 South I Live Oak Camp No., 1,. W. O. W.I ---- -
E. Garden. ISdee.XVANTED .' Room 7. Salisbury. building. Phone call write to J' H./'PORTER, meets In P>thian Half ht and :3rd S
on or
particulars
-To loan money on your,172 i 23jan .", ) Bid baby 7our from house barm.Stearns' ot. fats,"teco J,?PENSACOLA INVESTMENT co.' Palate street; camp Orders tools and taken house for I Wednesdays in each month Visiting

watches, je'elrantI personal efeels. r Electric 1-. tents awnings reasonable. :Sljan.i sovereigns cordially InvJted. !
Prices ;
( Highest cash price for old gold cots etc. F. A. BoamcH c. c. itt1 ii iifJ

and silver, Llghtman & Klein, 106 E.I L .LOST' ;I RatandRoachPastl1 NOTICE LESLIE E BROOKS. Clerk.

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Wright Ifeb t r& i wUlqaleklJextermln.terats.lld Woodman's cIrcle
Safes!
I mice. They eat it and rust out Safes! Safes
Vv AN TED.-A. R. Bingham wan'i LoST-A short dark rom fur in ot the house to die. W O. W C Oak. Groves No. 4,
your moving and hauling. lie guai* :afternoon 2u.boU5cb8ttlst,1lez.S1M! The new enterprising firm of Gart. Woodman Circle meets every Thurs-
I Saturday ; Safes!!
the operaFjnder hou 5e' .. ... Intendencia Diebold
antees all breakage. Phone 630. will, returnto 323 S.. A-I Bold OTCtyvher. ..- ".>* "J* l tend ana1 Zelius corner and Buy day 3 p. m, 2d floor PythJaa 11411.pverPou's
please
MoMylackSTURIS'
select line! of ;
Baylen., a meats
mf carry
:
QUICK DELIVERY-Hauling of all caniz Si. or: ;phone U39,. 1feb3t... CIECTR1C PAJTi CO: :( S vegetables and poultry. A trial order Scarritt Moreno, VJsitlng stable soverelgn.o'dally on Intendencli; 'Invited.Mr street.1.r 1. .

kinds specialty.solicited E.ast; ; moving Hill Transfer of furniturea Co..:I-----------LOST-Ladies watch. .r rn ,, cbIsa; .au..u...... a I- will be appreciated. ;Quality all 'competition and priceluariiina&sirft ?.* Laoni: Lan ard.'Guardian' ; Mrs.M. :

ft. phone I Hooton'6 'Pharinayfor. .reward. Agent B. O sen. Cltrtc -
sidencc Phone 434:; ; office J I L.. .: liebl :PromjBt! delivery Phone 1132.
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THE 'P.e: ..ft.Q.. ;' : JOURNt. WI'D 18 iyrMO..R 1.N.G. FE'.BR'U'A' :V 1 19.08'" r Ij r

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'- TRANSFER.S.QPI; : jlr: -I McMillan Bros. Cot"' : :

: 'bIt'joe" dJEJ'Q: : .TUNJT"'Y II

? f fwhiskey

: I Brains and I ESTATE 'XThsre's a moment that: :comes 'twbtt

: REAL ,, too soon and too late and too miss it


1 "rahrah"jfiWjfOIdjocI"fii" Is almost a srime..". Just cast about yon and see the number of
Following; 'Is. _a.I. I lIst of the recent ,St. b> 150 ft. on Spring St., plan of W. wllows : hoare' forced to toll from mom till night, and all because

SolesFacts real estate transfers reported for The F. Lee $1000. -, -..... the buiband. lit Ing.-failed to grasp the opportunity to take life insurance :.

Journal by the Pensacola Abstract I: A. J. Malone to Andr wBuzbee.: SEi : ALABAMA.MARKETS. ,. Just think-is your wife and ch'ldren! protected against nanecesstry -

' Company:' .. .. i of SEtf, Sec. 18,..T. ,t S. R. 31 W MOBILE. hardships Better talk to us about an Equitable po1iyI .

containing 4017 acres, $1. ..
for your head.to J. W. H>'er' to. D. Hale. Wilson, lots W. H. Davidson to 'Mrs. W, H.Sheetz it's a winner Insurance Knowles Bros. Gen'! Agts
4block 112 East King ,
1. 2, 3 and I.
E& .lot 361, block 23. Old City, : : P
when of T. C. Wat Fire.Life. ensacota
a consider housingyour Tract., east: railroad. map fronting 42 ft. on N.-'side Jntendencia I (LIV I _
!
$250,
shouts
of
feet. Shoemaking son 81. by 170,.ft., deep. $1500.. I --
Eulalie M. Collins widow.... Mary -
'
; \V. S. Sims toJ., C. Watson. lots 4
is a science. It, there-' Louise Collins. Belle V. Borras_ and Tract Naval Stores.. ;::s:. j
and 5, block 127. East King' ; enth'usiasmgreet .
..
Clo ,
Marion S. Borras, her' husband.
Feb. 6.-The naval 8. -i' >-
Savannah Ga
fore West of Tarragona'St.. _f 1. ,; PD1\T&.A.OOL.A. Ii
concerns tilda E. Nicholas and Geo. 6.Nicholas, I
you
fol1ot.SwW. :
Shoe trust cannot enter i Collins, Adeline Collins to 'Mrs. Kate .
/' ., .. .. '.. .. ........6 10
: our store. That proteds Waters, W. 40 ft. of S, 120 ft. of lot considerations .; $ I .. .. .. ..5 85M .
Brooks.- .* N ... .. .. .. Manufacturers -and Repairers of j
186 block 27. Old City; also all tlt1and J. D. Waters to Leslie E. & everywheremerit ..5 25
..
.. .. .. .. .. ..
i when buying shoes interest of lot fronting 9 ft.on N. undivided, interest .in -W.. 49!) ft of 'S.I 1 MACHINERY AND BOILERS
you .. 510
K.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .0 -
from' the "Old Reliable side of JutenJencla street by 120 ft "120 ft.of lot 186. Old City map T.>.& will tell-million bottles I I. .. .. .. ?' .. ... ..440 l. FORGINGS. MILL AND STEAMSHIP SUPPLIES :3

t. depth E. of above described piece cf Watson. $100 Sand other. valuable con-. : sold anmially-great victory! H., .V .. .. ..... .. ..3 80 to 385 'STEAMSHIP REPAIRS A SPECIALTY 5
: r ."' If you have feetto lot 186. 11858. sidrations. G.. .. .. ..... .. .. .,3 50 to :3 55 Prompt attention given to all orders day or zight. Ageoti ia
4 L. Mayer ,to Fred Howard lot :n. J. H. Sheehan to Geo. P. Wentwo/th:' full measure-convenient package F.. .. .. .. .. .. '..:;; :345to55 for 'JameS'McJVa.T & Co.'s ce.ebrated Log and"-Timber Dogs, alia! 7c

shoe and money to block 31, West King,Tract. $350. and A. A. Fisher, lots 25 and 26 and moderate price-sold everywhere. E.. '., .. ... .. .. .. ..3 40 to 3 50 t. Cbalcs of.all descriptions.Office' ;

; ,save, will buy D. Hale Wilson $9 Henry }1. Yongo 31 and' 32. block 6, Did City map T.I' G.. .. .. ..................3 40 5 Pho-H 123. PHil. WITTMAN M3r 8
you and J. Wallace Lam r. lots 1 to 5. in- Watson., "b & b" -:atlanta, C. ... ... :".. ,. ... .... .. ....340 ; IRe ldenc, .P' one,1029. P. 0. .EDX'tl:! ?
. here where feet and clusive; being WJ/4 block 145 New R. P. Reese to Geo. L. Lapington.lots Spirits Turpentine 65%, cents. sax sattK3ysys3oatt \rea s:. ,"
% City Tract map T. C. 'Watson $1500 I 6. 7, 8, g.'and 10. block 175 NW] .

,_ purse are both considered and other valuable' cons derations. City Tract map t.C. Watson.. and- .. Pensacola-Cotton. .Market. .

_____ -$2.50 to 650. W..W. Wolfe tp Moses S.Brown, lot other'valuable considerations. F O. B. cotton
'I of land 40/ ft. byllO ft. 80 ft. from N. B.. C, Duval to Alice-'W. Herjaan -c; !Gunter Elmore. f u LirrcOMPAN "l

E.. corner of block 60, East King Tra.ct. lots 1 and 2; block 201.:Maxent Tract, Morris Dan heis er. broker, gives the, following. quotations' I I
map T. C. Watson! $650.. map T. C. Watson.,$1- and other valuable for February! : 6:

W. F. Brown to M-C. Conley commencing cons'deraticras. (Formerly of Dannheisser Bros.) Good Middling ....... .. .. ..104 .'. .. ,
at Jas. English fence ant Frank Sigari'to D. Hale Wilson S. : Pure Old Rye and Bourbon Fine I Strict Middling: .. .... .. .. ,". ..10% : .

The John White Store running to W. F.. Brown's fence, E. of 85 ft. lot 38. block 7. Old City: map,T. i Wines, Beer and, Tobacco. Middling, .. .. .. .... ........10& '1 COMMISSION? BROKERS i

Alger-Sjllivan: Lumber Co., railroad C. Watson, $1 and other valuable -con Old Hickory Whiskey Specialty I!Strict Low Middling. .. .. ... .10%' .
S".c.I1. lit M..'. WMI> and W. of I.. &*N. railroad containing siderations.J. Low Middling.. .. .. .. .. ....10Stains '

%2O5-2O7 S. Palafox Street. \I half acre more or less, $80. W. Jordan to Saunders Mill 'Co., PENSCAOLA.12 W. Zarragossa" Street FLORID and tinges_% to 1 cent lower. f' If WEST INTENDENCIA STREET, PENSACOLA, FLA. ii |
f J. D. Waters to Leslie E BrooKS. lot 10. block 136. East King Tract. SI'i
Phone 225. half undivided interest in W. 49,ft. of Belmont numbering map of T. C. :
5. 120 ft. of lot 186. block 27, Old City, Watson. $1 :and- other considerations., 30 TOURS TO EUROPE TO JAPAN AUSLEY & CO.'S Cotton REPORTS Market. Private Wires N. Y. N. 0 and Chicago. i ii
Liverpool i ,.
flOG and: other valuable conslJera.Hons. R. H. Turner Jr.. to C. E. Merritt, I Under .anperur. m lots 22 and 23, block 55: ,_Belmont Tract I advantage. FU. Tease.Arount the.World Dote
| and.other : Annual Oriental Cruise, in February fro Jan..Pebv... ..,4........ .................5.74FebtKar
C. H' Alston to Aubrey ')Iaura.S.. biapof T. Watson, .$500 : gram.N.Free. f j r .......0'0......,(................/.,.,5.T1 COnONSTOCKSGRAINPROVISIONSandBONDS ii |
half lot 10. block 24, New City Tract, considerations.' -FRANK C.CLARK}" Bway, New York Mar-April.... .- \.....'. .....5 7 | .
fronting 40 ft. on N..stde of Chase St. Pattillo.Campbell 'and Samuel' Pasco -- ,April-Maj?....,.::::::?.:......::::::.....5SO: $

: by 78 ft. on 11th avenue. $500 and ,' Jr..' to Chas. H, Bl.ss; T. L.Gant ,Mty-Jnne.........,. ......'.?...... .........-.5.!S3JnneJ i Bought! t. and _Sold!. on Margin or for-Investment.I .
other considerations and0. L. Bass. E. 50 ft lot 36. block >Ir. ...... ......',._.........., ...ass .
.Mar Mayo to J. A. Mathews. beginning .6, Old City; 'also triangular lot'bounded July.AngriKt' .........................,,.... C.8A '
at S.:E. corner of' N. W. *1 'on West Cervalfoa. street,,and SHIPPING'NEWSCleared. AntMt8 pt.mltr.-. ......:.........:....J81 Reference First .National' and Peoples Baste. Phone 11 73 i
Sec. 5 T.' I 5) .N. R. 30 W. and S. '15 on East and South by Pensacola Bay Bnptember-Ootober ....!",.... ..........664 .
chains and 80 links'thence W. 4 chain $500 and other food and valuable o.toher-NoyemtMW?............... .......5J5 ....................................................;

thence considerations. NoTember-lteGeinber .................. .......
and 45 lnks: S. 15 chains! and Chas. H. Bliss to O.' L. Bass undivided -" Dooe lIbe alulai7 ........................_ *+ + ++ ....+.......+..
PRPAID 80 links. thence E. 4 chains and 15 .' Li I r.
I one-third interest in S. 85 ft tf v rpool pot..I.8. -i
links to point of beginning contain ;
t. VenusBr ss, Edmund: 2017,- for
lot 38: block 7. Old City $100 'andoth"t
PRC'GRESSI
ing 7 acres$300. ,
JiA2O :Buenos. Ayres, with' 2,238,000 s ft lum New York Cotton! Market. :
Mark Mayo to J. "D.. Diamond. SE'i >r valuable considerations. l - '- --.. ,
ber. 9L\
Opon High Low C:ose ,
of SW'i fS\VSec.4. T. 5 N. R. 30w. Chas H. Bliss to O. L. Bass one 'Sailed. March............. 10 11 10.:'t 106110. 8-00 : I
) less 2 acres Dreviously solJ to one undivided half interest in lots 25. 26. ::, .
t' Holmsioe, Br ss. Ferry, for Calves- May ;10.79 lit( IN 10 to 1076 a(1
31 and 32. block 6 Old City, mapofT. .
Malone, containing. 8. acres $200. ton. Ja17..... 1187 lie. 10,80 10&-M
Mrs. T. C. Pate.and Thos. Pate to C.; Watson; also.all right title and I I Kingswood "Nor:ss Olsen 'for Lm October., ..10.25 1028 10.8 10 JO-21:? I' \.
; /
I interest in :certain wharf franchise :: bo\1l the country are using ? J
: IP W. H. Knowles W, A. D'Alemberte a (don' :*v 2ew.York Spots, 11.15 -. .
z and A. A. Fisher,' executors of estate granted by City Peasacola to Geo Venus. Br ss for, Buenos Ayres U
:
Wro. : P. Wentworth. Apr 18, 1881. and also '-"
.of Fisher.all.Improvements of a1! -- -
IIJtDELIVERED FOR I" kinds JI n lot '-.- block 35. N&w City :to Mrs. Susan P. Wentworth Feb 20, VESLSI4. I :J-ORT.. Wh4at. tGaS'Jlashlight I Signs ., j
Open High .Low Clo
and 1882. $100 and other'o'nsIMratJo 0 *
Tract. $1 other considerations!: s. 5-1... -
; $ Chas. H. ,Blis to T. L. Cant, 'undivided May-.81;\. 8S'i s4a. $5a _
J29.9. Mrs..Kosetta Hoffman to R G. Bush- Dutch: Mulda '1298 Rotterdam I
Ahoth ss, .
H ; _
July :
-8DH
I nell lots 9 and 10. block 172. New one-third' interest in S. 85 ft lot to ordef. V**..- "- ''''''' 2l1 : W4 f4X t ..To attract attention to their places of business.. .We are tprepare4 *
City. 38, block 7, Old City, $100 and: other. : to Install gas. flash light signs and"would b,> .
map T. C. Watson! $1 and other Beta Ger ss, Bdffir..'1019. Bt ttJn toy ..
valuable '; Corn -- ---' glad to talk tor explain Its good features to *
considerations.B considerations. ensacola' Lumber'.:Co. lt'gasUands *"- "" ." : : you. CII
* : CHAS. BLUM &CO I 'fl. Hoffman to R. G, Bushnell. lots Geo. P. Wentworth to Chas. H Bra Thomas? 2D01) ,' Open High Low Clo* : j- : : CIIIi
........... ''
May Wi 44 '
44
6. 7. 8. 11. 12. 13. 14 and 15. block 172. Bliss! one undividei half interest in Tam-pico. _*"'., H J4 i : '.' .
. 517 AND 519 WEST BAY ST. i .) -
New pity,. map T. C. Watson, $1 and lots 25: :2b! 31 and 32, block' 6, Old, Gracia.. Span ss, Ruiz,-2021, Cienfu- .uly.H: 441, : .Hi! 441j! I
t!:: JACKSONVILLE, FLA. other considerations.. City map of T. C.' Watson;; also all gos. to Gulf Transit Co. ----- i Pensacoia ,Gas Company 21
New York Stock Market
right. title .and interest In a certain' '
Moses Moore to Robert Moore. lot Hatasu, Bnss, Masguand 2160 New
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I A GENTL MAN'S TASTE IS 20. block 28. B"lmont tract,.map T. C. wharf franchise grante4 hy City of Orleans to ,Gulf Transit Co. Somthern' Pacific., ?Open till' -Close 6W,! i Phone'148.. 24 and 27E. Garden Street. | I

BEST Watson $1 and other good and valu- P"nsacola to Geo. E. \"en \fortb. Apr Helsinberg, .5wed ss, Sciel 1423. Copper.....................- llo : JlSIi' _
1 SUITED WITH A able consIdrattong.t.A.Fish&toMaryA.Rhodes! 18. 1881. and also to Mrs.. Susan P. IJuera. A..B.B.. \Vi' 146% .....................................................
lot 1 Wentworth. Feb. 20.( 1882 $4.000: and Kirks*ood, Br ss; Larson.2095 Lon AtA,.,. 2 i gij. 4
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: CERTIFIED and E. 5 ft. of lot 2. block 48. Donel other good and valuable considera.!! don. A..R... 185 let}! o.on ,
CHECK son Tract, fronting 35; 'ft. on Zarragos. tions.A. Secunda,,'Br ssr"Donnelson' 1309 K.K '1'.0-_ .... 84-" Ij4J .
sa street j Jn J61 ft. on W. side of A. Fisher to Cha H, BUs,.. one- Tenereiffe The"W. Keyset Co. B& O 114i. 114-. a Order 'caaazI -
5c CIGAR: f _........................
: Clubbs street tOO halt undivided interest in lots 25 %6. 1983 Llv Brt .... 41j let4 COAL and WOOD
; $ other Span ss, Bustinza iCE1
: ard valuable 31 and 32. block 6. Old City, map of i.t Vivina C.1'.I ........................ 73 I
; All the qualities of fta ror.aroI considerations. erpool to Gulf Transit Co. ............._.. I
T. C. Watson; al'o all right title and I. U. 8. ...... ..._ II!' 4t t. :firona heConsumers'
W. W. Kirk'st'Y' to A. Manne- Wrmland Swed *,Anderson, 1473
ma, color and gooq. material is tandry B U.8.. preferred.............. I
4 MOif! no's!
interest in
wharf
embodied In it. ran, 6 acres of land In NE corner lot certa'n franchise Tampico Pen*.eolaa Lumber- .So. a.8... .. .35 ; 85H Ico and Fuel'Company..

1, Sec. 2. S. R. 32 W.. $60. granted br'the City of Pensacola to htps. L." N.................-;...... Ii. llil Omcw" --Comer Chase and Tarragon Phone-259_
A. Greenhut & Co. Elizabeth Boiett, widow, to E GS Geo E. Wentworth Apr; 18, 1881,and Avon Ital sbip, ,Avegno.,. : 1601. Genoa. Lead........................ : 861, 857, ....- .
also to Mrs Susan P. '
well. NEVJ of SW!{ of Sec. 20. T.'2 Wentworth to Rosasco Bros. I.C .?..K4.i 178
DISTRIBUTORS, S. R. 31, W,, $1 and other valuable Feb. :SO. 1882, $4,000and other. .good Casanova 1t&Ir.bk:" Aregno. 1069 D.G..H.......... 4s"4 48CaD.
V PENSACOLA. FLORIDA., conside-ations.! and valuable considerations.. Genoa. : o* *. .p& .. 173. 172?. ..............................1.1i

R. L. Pugh R. P. -Push her bus. Elvira. Port ship, Rodnques 1483 N.Y.O 149 149'i !i.-
hand to Allen R : P.O.......................... ggl.i 1181 i
Jones W. Lisbon to oider.
' !L VVOOOAll lots 3 and 4. block 110 ft. of R.D.G............... ......... 1 138! 1 MARION CURRY & CO. I
: 49. Belmont Tract Iara.- 8'.P ...................:......._ 18.Li 1s-4 i i
fronting 'CO ft. on E. side 'of Bay len Adele Swed bk. Jans*. 596 Havana It..I._.......................... 2; 4M' ,
.: : kinds that you want. street by 110 ft. in depth map T. C. Due Cuigini, Ital bk. Ollvari. 125!. 8 R........_.................. 4C> 41T.C.L. 4. .
Watson.' $1000 and other good and valuable Genoa to order. 15,1, 159 2 J 16, 18, 20 MANRESA STREET :

considerations.. Gudny. Nor bk, Saanum, 821: Ham Penhls.......................... 142'!. 142 .
: OAK AND PINE Mrs. Clara Caro to'John Strom fop- burg to master. U. P._.. 165 4' 1MJ t PENSACOLA
ginning! at a point 402 ft. and '1 In. Ktli na. !)an bk. Pedersen '765 FLORIDA. *

from NE corner of lot 2. Sec. 51 T. 2 Bahal. / Ausley &.. Co's.
Cotton
Daily I
than Letter.
cheaper you can buy S. R. 30' I Providenza Ital 'bk. Olrese 1185. i .: WHOLESALE
I X W., ?Q ft. by 200 ft.. accord- New York. Feb. Liverpool ---
It anywhere. Any size gavea
you ing to Tonio Ital bk. Tonino, 1032. Genoa. :
pint of Mary Jackson's
.fairly
property good response to the decline
1 : t want. made by W. F Lee.: $1000. ABCORT' Genoa to master. in our: markets yesterday coming 13

Edward Bauer to J. D. Waters ij Thomas. Ital,bk tano. 803 :Naples points lower on spots while arrivals; 1-1Hay I Grain and Feed !ii
SchooViers.Horatio .
E. C. SEWELL undivided Interest in N \ of lot 81. 'ARROWCLUPECO: "- Bak.K sch, -' 11 ere )reduced 5 to 6 points. The mar Stuffs
block 11, 'Old Qity, fronting 80 ft. on L. > Am :Mohr- ksts on this side scored a new low ,
: Phone 614. S. side of Government street" bv 130 SH SUN -QUABTEK SIZES 720 Lagua .to J. A./; Merritt .& Co. l level: ; again to-day and price3 were

'. ft. on W. side ot Bajlen 8t'rN't. $1500. CLUETT, PEABODY4 CO. ---- again hammered ,by,the now confident i Only Exclusive Dealers.in West Florida.: Any Quantity. *
-_- --- --- Wiley N. Williams to W. P. Brown- IIAIIU. Of' CLUETT AND IIOII"'C"" 'N.aT'r bears until it looked as'there would be
son. a piece of land 164 by 150 yardsin AMERICANS SHOULD no_bottom to valu s. The market i id : Experienced- Grades. Prices Right. Grades Perfect. :

NWVi of Sec. 22 T. :3 N. R. 31 W. truly f. one man affair going absolutely Trial Order Solicited. Write for Prices. :
5 acres more or less, $3s. as Mr. Price wishes it to and t *
Your T. C. Watson, guardian of estate of DIIIIIOIElIQUIDS unless Mr. Jordan ana': his cotton Telephone 298. p..o. Box 661.

'H Martin.F. Coll'ns! ,' minor to Miss"Kate Scientists Say growers association get busy pretty .....................................................i.
Kelly undivided !i interest in W. 49 quick, we are Inclined to think they
ft. by 120 ft. lot 186 block 27, Old City r flT 1 will 1 have to reduce the acreage farther
map T. C. Watson. $142. Therefore:it is Always a Genuine Toast or take very much less than 15

Trousers U. S. >.. to Lucy J. Gnnisley. S. W I to Health. When .You Drink cents for their cotton.
\\ Sec..2 T. 3 N. R. 33 W. 155.47 acre; "Anerican Queen.." The old Bull leaders of the past SHINGLES, SASH, DOORS. WINDOW GLASS
patent. WHI&IIIf" I seem utterly unconcerned as to what
Harriet Si: Keyser to N. Goldring. I course the market may take and the UUILDING MATERIAL.

lot on SE corner of Wright and Tarra contingent are growing more confident -
It has been.determined by the coun-
gona street fronting 76 t. on S. side dallv. seemingly perfectly satis Phone II. H. G. D DeSILVA&.
Sir I trj's leading physicians:: that 'Americans
of Wright street by 192 ft. on W. side sufficient fled that they can handle matters in '
do drink quantity
not a'
of Tarragona street, being a portion of SUCCEEDWhen their own sweet way and from the .
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of liquid To the human systernIlquW.s "' -
Arpent lot 8. PIt: City, $20000.:! ,I i present existing conditions, and the .- -- !
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.. DON'T THEY BAG AT THE Geo. O. B-osnaham to Wm. S are second in importance only course of prices since March cotton '
ear. lots 12. U. 14, 15. 16 and 17. block Key- to fool and the drink; is found as its I sold at 12.25 we are begining to be- B. .1. HALL & CO.
$ ..
'when It alsoconve's .
highest perfection:: .
KNEE AND SAG TOO, AND 13.. BHmont Tract. 160 ft. very : leivg they are not far "wrong. With
on LaRua You.Buy, food. This' i*..exactly the of.flee out. one single thing to indicate that .WILL SELL FOR'' SIXTY DAYS
ARE NOT VERY WARM? of American Queen.Bf;r. In hops I I there is anymore cotton for sale at
Get the Best.
Can't look'well, eat or feel well with It gives the nerves the greatest of all'''1 the present time or that the crop Is FOUR FULL QUARTS

IT'LL ONLY COST YOU A Impure blood feeding your body. Keep Ii's the Cheapest In the End. vegetable tonics': and in_ malt it con.!'any larger than it was then jet prices ...0 F'...
SMALL AMOUNT ((2 TO $2.50)) the b'oo1 pure with Burdock Blood \' \"% to the blood and, tissue one of I have steatfly declined until March
Bitters. Eat 'simply' take exercise. nature's finest vegetable foods and was quoted at 10.57 to-day and no Indication THE CROWN '
FOR A WARM, SNUG PAIR keep clean and you will have 'long the water'ot' which 'It Is 'made convejs of any support whatever and OF BALTIMORE PURE 'RYE WHISKEY-
life. .a pure..healthful :carbonated liquid what buying was in evidence came
: OF FINE WOOLEN TROUS- I Landreth'sNew which scientists declare is almostas from scalping shorts- covering their FOR $3.50.

Hit.'ik"'f M\t ;J necessary: to<< the:health; aa food. holdings.
ERS. i American Queen Js equal ,.Jo_' any Where In the name of commonsense Other "brands. rpck-bottom. prices. You 'get your

THEY'LL FIT YOU RIGHT t 1-* TERSELY TOLD American beer in, high quality and 'in does Mr. Jordan expect to get goods the 'same day order is received. Give us a tnal
t r. BUSINESS LOCALS. i Its germ proof purity !t ISmade of!I II P this support to force prices- to 15 order. :
: AND HANG RIGHT TOO I the costliest materials. in'tie costliestof : cents The spinner evidently, has I. B. L HALL .& CO., Quincy, Fla.

: *****.*******#WHHt********* Crop modern breweries to-'equipme.nt.|'enough reserve stock. somewhere, to I .. ": <.-...... -- -.- ........
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,FULL SUITS OF THE It b brewed 'by'maste.1Jid-kmen,an'1: keep him going In -a way until the
McKintia Oerting fc Co., wards.the advancement of'vahies ,
wholesale thanso
belongs to1i.
I has been declared without:.). peer; by new crop comes around. knowing full
: WARMEST PATTERNS $7.50 and reUl M0 chandlers and grocer. the expert Brewer's 1nstItute..Chicago.' well there -will be, '-very little if any much talk;'and BO little a t1on.. If We believe cotton as anis investUt5t
the only flrst-clasi housa of the kind I Just Received.W. reduction' and that unless any one 'imagines, for ,one moment good thin': for we think &at
TO $18.00-THE PRICE IS A Pensacola. Fair'vfee* to alL They declare thai no beer Int3 country -acreage -'.
in 1 I Is superior to "American Queen.1 I I Providence Interferes, there will be an that:the spinner going to be forcedto sooner or later the right forces W

i POSITIVE. SAVING. r f v. THOMPSON has Just :' made by..the Acne Brewing "Co, ofj I[abundance of cotton to go round andit I I take something at aloss, or even at get together and then cotton will sell l
c. opened a is very seldom that two crop fail-I reduction ,of big profits. simply because for what It should At the preseni
Macon Ga.
fresh line of boautiful bos *
P1"1'1
paper"I :1' "t- urea come In succession. We think the wjnd happens to blow that. moment every eye Is on Mr
_ I' suitable for Christmas presec/g. Also .. & 'pl- .; &.me concerted action on the part'of way 'We are IricHntd to.think he has,and professional and countrjuiaa

I i crepe ,paperg. Passepartout piCtu5'binding" A. D'Alemberte A. A..: S. R... acknowledged bull leaders .nd'the cotton allowed hlsthopes to run, away with'alike seem disposed to follow hIS:
Christmas
; purses cards etc.1 I I Il9dec. .
H 0. ANSON growers would do far more to- his judgement. :There has been: talk lead.

!. !,1 !I II and more talk, and yet prices continue !
Druggist and Apothecary, :. Regular mi'ij-ot; ODiar-L;: dge of t') sag and ,Mill do BO until th9 right -My snild was bnrned terribly abo"
CASH CLOTHIER I Hives, ,eczema: itch or salt rheum Perfection No. 8, at 7:30 p.' m.; February Don't use harsh ph>sics. The reaction people gt;< Wither5 and act. Talk the fare, neck and ch st. I apil1'i I
I sets >pu; crazv. Can't bear the touchof Tel.phonl! IBS.1 8., Rcegtlon! ofptinons bat- weakens the bowels leads to won't 00 thework! and It is pretty Dr. Thomas': Eclec ric Oil The> P-ln

'Corner Palafoi and Mal : jour: clothing] 'iDo n's Ointment Street ,lotlng. and work chronic constipation. Get Doan's! Rag : nearly time.;TVe.of .the South begin to ceased and the child sank into a re*''
; : i t! cures the mosC obstinate cases. Why, 121 Soutb.Palaf. BRU
I. | suffer. All druggists sell it.. I HARRY :W., GIBBS.1 S..*. CL!. stomach!, cure. qrastipation together fotv*hat :we" bellere> really_: Hamburg.N. Y.iliiiii".


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