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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 8, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
daily (except monday)[ former <1900-1905>]
daily
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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TJ Friday day;1>;fresh WEATHER.fair.to brisk pain north Tnurs-winds- ;; ;b t ,- t' n: I It.' '",',. J"on'tna'. I. ...' ,, ;. ,'-.'' .'.. Januarrwas The Average Journal's DailyCirculation far 5 580'7.1 I \ : I 1'?).'




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PENSA CO LA, FLORIDA THURSDAY MORNING, FEBRUARY'S:, 1906. I ; ,.
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IN SENATE THE RACKSenate RATE BILLReported EDITION NOW OUT


# GOVERNM' IT T f '. .I _

+ Patterson faH M .F
o.rla t oust Subject of I i A FLORIDA WOMAN ; Committee Again Investi-- to House Exactly ,as'It *. PROHIBITS The Journal's Big illustrated

Effort of Kind in FOUND DEAD IN BED *: PROMOTIONN
gating the Senator from Came from OF RETIRING OFFICERS '$
*:- __ 3ft lANDSRussian Hepburn -=: Work on PensacQla'on

Many Years. By Associated Press. x oil y
By Associated Press:
New York, .F?b. 7.-Mrs. fl Utah. ,Committee. :' Washington Feb 7.-A 'provision # Sale To-day.
Snwlden wife of Warren
Dr &
for the abolition of the #
fr 'Snedden, was found dead in her .;
I 4!* grade of lieutenant k
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general, the j:
CAUCUS DICTATIONStrongly bed at Hotel Vendome today. s MAY CONTINUE THROUGH THE Delegation Declares Theyare MANY AMENDMENTS OFFERED, highest rank In the army, is f:
The body was found In the ab- 'it- .1 made in the SUPERB.ART WORK
I I army appropria-
ot Dr. i- PRESENT SESSION .OF CONGRESS BUTALL'DEFEATE -SEVERAL
:t- Determined Not tp Pay I 1* tion bill, which was ordered re-

{* ported favorably ,the ..
-AGED MORMON WIT. SPEECHES MADE UPON THE from house
was caused by an overdose of 3 H
a

rl Objected to by Gentle ae# that heart Dr.stimulant.and Mrs. Snedden It is said fi; NESS, WHO HAD NINE WIVES, for' Them.' MEASURE,-,GALLERI ES..WERE j 1** The committee bill also on provides military, if accept-affairs. **: A Picture Story of Pensacola'sAdvantages ,
came f
Hed
man, from Colorado.' x from the south a few weeks IS DEAD .RICHMOND, UTAH. I CROWDED.By I fur the by practice,congress on promoting for stopping gen- *-$ and Attractions.IT .

:" ago but their former residence oral officers for the of .
Witte Thanks Heaven i Czar is purpose
sP is
not known. ,It was learned ti I *> retiring them at a. higher 'ilI

SENATOR BAILEY MADE THE INSTRUMENT however that both bad been 3treat"J Washington, Feb. 7.-The hearing Associated Pr s.Wasblsgton. I s"r grade, prohibits the promoS 'a" ..
ii- at St. Vincent's hospital IndependentLINEVITCH WILL FORM BEST ADVERTISEMENT : ; .
In the case Senator' Reed Smoot was I ? tion of an officer above the .
? ( Feb. 7.-By continuingthe ? ..
-l- for
OF EFFORT TO nervous troubles and %
DIS resumed before the senate Committeeon rank of colonel] at!, his retireS DEEP WATER CITY HAS I r
session'' practically to o'clock
: there gave their, address. as gif Privileges and elections today with I seven ment unless he shall have ;t <
CIPLINE PATTERSON FOR ALLEGED Waveland, Fla. 3J. the investigation of protests against REPORTS R BELLIONQUELLED the house concluded; all preliminary,* served at least one year'In the EVER HAD AND SHOULD BE;
to the of the railroad
Senator Smoot retaining his seat steps passage *, last grade '
$
VIOLATION OF TWO s k rK lEif k if tfxxf t'd'TRIPLE' I through the present session.. Prof. WITHOUT BLOODSHED rate bill, ordered a. roll call on the h.i I MAILED OUT IN LARGE N1JM.;

THIRDS RULE AGREED UPON BY Walter )[. Wolfe former teacher of ON'_CHITA, jTIc 'S-: AIKAiLIAVLADIVOSTOCK' measure until noon and tomorrow.postponed final action H-HM BERS.
I the Brigham Young college on
MEMBERS SOME TIME SINCE.By was The time for amendment came at <4<
the stand
today: t NO H-AR.
o'clock and for three hours one amendment

MURDER AGED MORMON APOSTLE -BIN QUIET-FAMINE 13f THREAT Ir after another -e up, was read, The Journal's special Panama Canal
debated In some instances.and defeat INVESTMENTSOE
Associated Press. DIED AT RICHMOND UTAH Edition is out this morning and will be
.
Salt Lake r ENING BAIKALIA. vd. Not one'of'these was adopted. found on sale at The Journal office
Washington Feb. 7.Today" for City Utah. Ffib. 7-Marring -
They contained all kinds of propos!
W.. Merrill an apostle of the I > and at all] news stands in the city '
the first time in many ears the senate tions but all were thrown aside.
NEAR AlABAMA Mormon church died late last night t By Associated: Pr .. Previously the house hat been entertained The Edition is in Magazine form 3 .
chamber was made the scene of an
at Richmond Utah aged 74 years., St. Petersbnrg, ;Feb. 7-fA; delegation -,, by oratory of the best kind.: CAPTAIN by 12 Inches being the sine of tt1e.|
effort' to aaamiater party discipline He had been twice subpoenaed as a, of citizens of ,Ekateri: odar. Cau-;
Bourke.I Cockran care his Approval to pages and it is a very convenient
t( a member of that body. Senator witness in the 'Smoot investigation 1 casla, sent to St. Petersburg Jo obtain the measure in elaborate speech. '
aa. size for mailing out or for! carrying In C
Patterson, of Colorado, was the suo- Washington. He was one of the j I the emperor's personal ass; ranee that i I I I Mann of Illinois followed and minority
wealthiest men in the :Mormon church,I the land Question -would'no foe settled a grip. Its printed on heavy enamel
TOWN. leader Williams dosed the debate.
of the effort
and Mr.
leer Bailey was
had been nine times married and left::by t.he.present government but by thei 1 Throughout the day the galleries wen CARTER paper and the handsome engraving i
made the instrument of the iu
party i seven living wives forty-nine sons anti I i natpnal: assembly was rived by I crowded. 'Which it contains show up 'to, exceptionally : .
the incident daughters, one hundred and forty II
i Premier Witts yesterday. The pre- The bill was finally .deported to the fine advantage
The proceedings arose from a con- grandchildren and several great grand mier pointed out that 'thq Agrarian house exactly as it came from the The Panama Canal Edition is pro-

jidmtion of Patterson's resolution of J. M. Christmas Wife and Son children. problem could not be solved by a di-:: 'Wopburn committee.. J nouncaa' by those who have seen It as
; vision of state lands alone> amountingto : : Into the finest representation of Pan a.
remonstrance against the democratic Inquired During
with Unknown only sixteen million aerts. but that j, Confirmed by the,Senate. GreeneGaynor cola's various attractions and indus
caucuS I action on treaties foreign Brutally Butchered by MERIWETHER MAY
the peasants; must be prepared to buy tries that has ever been Issued Fol
Baton: The Colorado senator called private' lands on the installment plan,I r Washington. -Fsb.' 7.-The senate Trial at Savannah Yes- lowing are some of its special

up the resolution immediately after Assassins. BE PARDONEDBy as provided In the imperial Ukase of has confirmed the nominations of feature:
of
James F. Smith California to be
.. ; terday.By Features.
f Special
November.
routine business. Ills speech was\ last of the ,
Philippines
Governor
General
-- I Over 100 halftone views of 'Pensa
of the delegation l re- .
The spokesman
mainly an elaboration of the'resolu- and A. S. Willis to be postmaster atMorehead .
Associated Press. Associated Press. plied that the peasant'did not wish i cola Pensacola Bay and scenes in
By i
N. C.
tion and he contended stouU, .for the 4 i City -
Dothan. Ala.. )Feb' 7.-The' bodies of Washington Feb. 7.Secretary to buy I lands but were determined to ,Associated, Press. surrounding country. F.
right of A senator to follow the dictates I J. M. Christmas 11re'and son were Bonaparte has recommended to the receive them aa a gift,,from.the. glr- I Savannah, Feb.. .-The accounts of Page map of Pensacola' Bay showing

of \\s:coasd-nte rather than the 'found Tn 'a'"bouse"near Cotton wood, president that Midshipman Meri-. eriment't. without 'bloodshed,: that ,'theinhabi_ -Oberlin M.. Carter.and
demand of his party, when the, two Ala.- 'early today; the heads nearly wether of the third class, convicted Premier Witte thanked Heaven that tants had been disarmed, :work resum nis fatherIn-law with ;New York 'tCrest about the place_ ,
Pensacola antI
conflicted I severed from the bodies and :Dying; in of hurng. be pardoned.MEDALS conditions in Russia differed from ed and two hundred revolutionists arrested brokers were offered in evidence In the A Panama special'article on

No sooner baa: he concluded than pools of blood. The crime was committed those of other countries. He said the! 'but that some of the leaders I Green and Gaynor trial to-day. The the Canal by W. A. Blount.

and rob- French president was dependent on, contention of It Is JrA
some time last night had fled i prosecution statedis
theproeeedings took air ofj FOR THE Review of historic IPensacola, bj t
on an
bery is believed to have been, tb.3 mo the electors and the English King on :All is quiet Among {be'troops at I that the accounts: although appearing J, D Yon'ge.Symposi 3
intensity and excitement.. )Ir. Bailey the Jewish bankers but the Russian Vladivostock and Harbin. with the name of Westcot really E.
m of opinion on the effectof t
interpreted Mr Patterson's- resolutiona tive.Details are meager but It Is under- RUSSIAN TROOPSBy emperor was independent Advices to the minister of the In- represented transactions of Carter the Panama Canal on Pensacola, by

: a deliberate reflectiou upon the stood no clue has 'etben found to terior supplement Lln* ltch's dis who secured large amount of stocks Governor N. B. Broward United States

caucus Mr Bailey based his speech the assassins. Officers with blood- I LINEVITCH HAS PUTDOWN patches. "These show Chita was in and bonds. Defense declared these Senator S. R Mallory, United States

hounds have 'gone to the scene and Associated Press. REVOLUTION the hands of revolutionists. for three transactions bona fide and that Carter Senator Jas. .P. Taliaferro and Congressman
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upon the theory that all senators did not furnish funds for
were thousand dollars already !- the purchases -
rewards of a are St. Petersburg, Feb. 7.By imperial days. W. B. Lamar
unlei oblf ationj to obey conscience offered. rescript,medals are to be ,bestowed on St. Petersburg. 'Feb. 7.General The captured revolutionary leaders but that they were made by A "Romance of the Fleet" by'Nellie

la'hcr than a caucus, but when antagonistic The excitement Is intense and it Is all the soldiers who participated in I LSnevitch, commanding the Mancbur were tried by court martial and shot. Westcot for himThe government Cravey Oilmore.

: : (o the party they should reported that a lynching wiH, likely. the war"with Japan The defenders i Ian armies, has tehgraphed the emperor The advices also show that famineIs almost showed' that these made investments were An article on "Sugar Cane In West +
luld follow the capture of the murderers.i of Port Arthur received special distinction that General Rennenkampf entered| threatening Baikalia and Immediate always immediately after Florida, by Judge Jno. Thomas Por
themselves: responsible to the large checks had been paid to Greene
] Chita' Trans-Baikalia on Monday, relief Is needed. ter.
I Gaynor and divided the
JI'in\ ana1! among
The .. __ ._ .. ___ n' conspirators. "Pensacola! of Forty YearasAga" by 4Senator
speech was more remarkablefor Stephen R. Mallory
its arrangement of Patterson forl.r A\! -ADVISORY An article from the National Sports

; course Mr Bailey charged PatTern MRS. TOLLA man, entitled "Pensacola, the Fisher-
: with having agreed to adoption STORM WARNINGVESSELS GETS man's Paradise" by Mayor Chas.: H.
ill a previous caucus of the rule omdisg Bliss.

democratic senators to the twoitoriio 60 DAY REPRIEVEBy Pensacola trade statistics from his

rule )Ir. Patterson was unable report to the Chamber of Commerce,
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to recall the instance but a copy of ARE CAUTIONED NOT :.;;,..;..... by Secretary W.:C. aon s.
the record was produced add Mr. Patterson Elsewhere In The Journal is pubUshf'd -

woiila: not dispute the record, TO PROCEED. FROM PORT UN- Associated Press a coupon for the use of out ot

bur raid he was not :so much concern- Gad Trenton N. J.Feb.. Governor''town rea 'era .who desire one or mora
*1 over hiS apparent inconsistency as TIL FURTHER ADVICES. f 1 Stokes today reprised Mrs. Antonett copies of the Panama Canal 'Edition

over the dang?r to the country from G K I Tolls the Hackensack murderess for and the price to all is the name-lo

eaucu dictation. sixty days to allow counsel to present: ctntll"" pet copy This price both for
I
vAn advisory.storm warning message ,.-,; !further evidence for a new trial. Action .city and out of town readers Is cash
WILL was received last night by the local was taken on request of the pardoning and in no case will the Edition' be
TAKE .
CHARGE weather bureau giving the information sold on credit.

I that a moderate disturbance was board.'J'_ The work 18 one which every person!
who is Interested In Pensacola oughtto
FOR VENEZUELA central over SoutherntFlorUa, and to
of MALLORY'S BILL have and every one should mall one
caution the part vessels -
upon
I advise
I or mote copies out_ to friends In distant
In that direction. The
proceeding \ states. It Is worth the money as
,
UNITED STATES WILL LOOK OUT message was as follows"Washington.. Feb.: 7, 1306. IS APPROVED i work of art, and ft forms- In additionthe
best advertisement Pensacola aa3
FOR VENEZUELAN INTER- 'Observer, Pensaola, FJIId'I80ry :. ever fcatf.THE
"\ warning 9.15: p. m.; moderate -

ESTS IN FRANCE.By disturbance'over Southern Flor- By Associated Press.

jda, may increase in intensity.. Advise : Washington, Feb. 7.-The Mallory GREENBLATT
caution until, morning for vessels I national quarantine bill in amended

about to sail in. that direction. \ form was approved last eight by'a
Associated /I -
Press. DAMAGEDFIRE
"FRANKENIHEUX"NOMINATIONS -t;". l ,, = caucus of thirty Southern representatives STORE
trarhington Feb. 7.The Venezuel- .. John Sharp Williams will Intro

J"1 gOH'rnmentas requested the nine it in the House and ufgeits
1111t'11 l States to take charge of Its
BY representing the views of
Tut DOLLAR passage as WAS'DISCOVERED ABOUT II
onulate in France. Secretary Root the extension of federal
b. ... the south on
consented: and has given orders control of both maritime and Inter- O'CLOCK AND ORIGINATEDIN
IcOOrdin'gly to the embassy in Paris: THE PRESIDENTBy state quarantine.
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REAR OF PLACE.
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GERMAN I OFFICERSNOT AI3ILLLOK ,';".',. ." ,- MILL MEN KILLED:

Associated Press. ) '.
: which threatened to destroy

ORDERED HOMEBy today Washington sent the. Feb.following 1.-The nominationsto President .. -.-.:,. BY AN EXPLOSIONBy several eight Fire shortly buildings before;* was 11 discovered o'clock in lat the

the senate: Brigadier General .'. F ''; ,. f"'. .' .. store of A. Greenblatt on Tarragona
i To be major general.
the of IntendencU
corner
Grant. .. VI street near I.-
Associated Press Frederick D. / **. Associated Press. and for a short time the firo department
:
Ke-
Washington, Feb. 7. The German! Postmasters.; Georgiai Garrett W. ,A. Co .;: ',. -:.. ot 'Macon. Ga,. Feb. 7.- lmon wilder had a bard fight to keep the

musy her today denied the rumor'. man Cartersville; J. S. J. E. '.... and Jonh Hatchett oIDJlOslng'tb blaze under control.
rat t all lumbia; H D. Bush Covin ton; :. mill the fire was
German army officers in the firm of Wilder & Hatchett. saw The first known oC?
JB !ed States had been ordered to Rocha 'Vashlngton.'South Conner ) men. wero instantly killed by a boiler when an alarm was sent in from box
Worn at once. Such order. It Is said, Carolina: P: 'B. ;, explosion near Rockhill. Ironford 24. which summoned out the fire de-

Would nave to go through the embas- Greenwood; C. J. Purcell ewberry. ..... county today. partment. Upon the arrival of the
IJ ani no such orders have been ,- -,:\ f ; trucks the men bad considerable
oven GOOD PROGRAM AT FLORIDA ,' -/ THE CRIMINAL COURT trouble In getting Into the store on account -
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CHAUTAUQUA ,NEXT SATURDAY; .I ,.- .... ADJOURNS FOR THE TERM of the dense smoke an* were
lI' ht the flames for near
"'- compelled to
The New Suits Filed. (From all accounts a' large crowd of / 'I'7 -. ,- ,'', Yesterday's session of the criminal ly an. hour before finally extln Irb.

T, following new suits were fi1t'sl Pensacollans will att4id the Florida : court witnessed the last--business to IDa them.
''erday in the office of the clerk Saturday :;..-' .;- '. I the fire originated -
CI Chautauqua: at DeFuniak next r'5 be transacted in that court for the From appearances
he }
circuit court: interesting and instructive present term and as soon'as. this was in therear portion of the store.
ls iiac. H Johnson vs. M. G. S. Abet as an has been arranged for the '- -, completed adjournment was taken until The stock of goods was badly l damaged

T111 Artery al,. damages x,,000; Avery & program I the next term from fire, smoke and water.' ;

veo, attorneys for plaintiff. occasion. of Pensacola 'Who attended .. .. Only one case was before_the court
The people
Nu, E. Bredt vs Escambia Lodge the Chautauaua: last[ Saturdaywere that of Mark Yoorfg. who pleaded Get Cay, Delivery
I J738. Grand Order of Oda' Fallows, well pleased with the program NO. 1-IX THE GOOD OLD DAYS'-THE PRESIDEXTOAU CHAIR WAS'HELD: -UP-TO:" THE. YOUNG guilty to petit larceny'landwho was Washington, Feb. 7.-The poitmas-
corporation and Florida Lodge, their entertainment sentenced to pay a ftne of\$: .O() and ,tar general has ordered the establishment
Crand had been arranged; for MAN OF THAT PERIOD, AS THE GOAL OF ALL AMBITlON'z
which .
Order Odd Fellows, ,_ .. ... .. delivery at Greenwood
tUlJagnli United )- of them are '!" : emu or-serve three months'at "hard of city r
and man
tQr ca for .OOO plaintiff., Avery & A\cry. at expected to, return this week. NO. ,2-BUT NOW WE HOLD. UP.NO 5. SUCH"- PIECE.OF FURNITURE: TO OUR'BOY-. '',... x labor. S. C.. and Griffin! G** oa 3al 1.


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.., .... ..-, ._". brick*,boildmffi |a the' old Lockwood'' axing for*'. bt"cfOP. -qhff.e.i11a bef
." -. ; ,- property < % large ,increase in the acreage of
: Flatauer hg purchased from Mrs most crops except cotton. I believe
M. Lind 'some pk, the ground back of the understanding is to C'Doerallyr&>
: : { the corner"of Chestnut and Commerce, dace the acreage in cotton., art
);,1;;(. .; streets and .wilt. 1 {put up a two story The farmers hero are turning theirattention i
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.. !"'.t.4""" ". brick buildingf w.litcb will furnish him more to grain and forage t
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\ :J1 1i .,> with three- large. stores on the first crops: and many: are going to plant
.o. floor.
'\ UF' velvet R
'o 1:; ben for cattle and hogs. Last I 1i
:. "j ;. 3 ; Mr. \Uohn 'Theobald, 'an old and re- rear I raised several acres of velvet}
died'last He
<{ ..1 'I\- spected citizen night beans and horses, cattle and hogs

." _-..t-if. :,..;:. had been sick for a long time. have fed on them till thay are about
,. ( The differences between the Oyster'men's '
,; /. gone. I find nothing better for hogs
:- Union and the packers have
for liras feed towards fattening' than
been settled and Messina's factory has
velvet beaus.There .
heron packing-again.' Both partles'referred is another matter I have been i (tis out the old Ring in the new,
the matter to the Board of '
Traate and the* were able to dju,t thinking over that I thought I would<< ,Ring out the false Ring in the tiuc.
call attention to The Journal'scolumns
matters to their mutual satisfaction. tarough' i
and that is In regard to our
A Association is
building and Loan
being organized among our citizens public roads. There Is a great deal DR. a'ELL'SPineTar
and (t is expected that much benefit of time and money spent on them and
will result from it. they eontinueto, look about tbe sam
w after very hard rain. A crew of men =Honey
f I go over them throw in some brush 1
i l and a little dirt to be washed: out by
MILLVIEWSpecia the nut shower. If the! labor 'and I The new and the true is nature's most rater)
(Jer\tl/ Ii
; A remedy, improved by science to a pleasant, pa.
la the
money was fpent removing I for
anrLentpositive cure coughs colds and
aJ:|
stumps and getting up a good road ,
: v inflamed surfaces of the Lungs and Bronchial
I:bed then instead of letting the grades The sore
: Tnbes. weary,cough-worn Lungs
; to The Journal or surfacers stand idle, let it make a the microbe-bearing anfxbihrated
i ; mucus IS cutout
jLG&$ ia rillYlew, Pb.' 7,-la spite of 4he''' trip, over' all the publ'c roads doing I l ; the Cause of that tickling 13 remoied, and
''MT> v> .rtv-i i z T great change in tbe weather, dovra-j I away with this patch vork. The roads the inflamed membranes are healed and soothed
v-4" iiAtp pour of .lam, ehillv, lamp and coM, : could all won be fixed *o that with BO that_there is DO inclination to cough.
Av*>ft.,#> -.\ &?&*<,3 cs truly as a. tb; big meetings conduced by EvanS -' a little work now and then on them! Over mOW kottlct were toU toils H04..tfcrtft
;/ ?Hst Keel at MiUriew continue.!'theytould be muc'i: better and look 1 Tbe ttfoorefat evidence of the merits of a proprietary furufct
yBMi Syrup of Figs appeals to thecultired..a4'the< Last night a. great congregation! psi*t i far batter I hope our county commissioners medein.iatbeopimonoftheeonwmer. UeraisttwrecordOvcrTw ;

s r well-informed and to the healthy, because its usual met. many coming far miles i will think this matter over! I OrcrF...er MilliM Mlllioa Battles Dot lies it 199 1904.!. o.aJmu..BattIes TbilCYldcDQetl1eOlltDiOQ m
ti component parts are situ le and"wholesome' throjgh: the rain Jla'n'! and storm land, see if the svstem cannot be greatly 1 ot tbe consumer regarding the menu of lir Beli;
f have no effect upon the people here; ; improved and the cost much reduced -, i rine-Tar-Lloncy,best COneD medicine on tbe market.fl .
and because it atts-'without7 disturbing tie I in lam 89 jrra old sad never wed any
after the roads
once put
Gospel are
they are determined to bear the -
f natural functions, ...as.it is/ holly free from and ,many are being converted order. Honeyequttseaal ijtticlt Dr. B .ll'....pentaacntrelief Piae-Tsr- y+ -Look For the Bell en the Bottle.25 ."Gt|]

every objectionable qualify for substance. InN nightly. J cold .l in gnp nukes u well weak as lonti cough etroq.ftBd, cents. 50 cents and $LOO Bottles.Unfad .
the process'of manufacturing figs are used, as The subject last night, was Chamberlain's Cough Remedy the U uA.)1nJ_ >a44ca.bK .! *4 ky E.E.St..1ftIr..'.''DMEDICL'reCO"Paducik,tjV

;'.Y C; they are,pleasant t* Ihstastchut-tlie, >medicinal Salvation.1 Tonight"The Prod- Mother's' Favorite '

;,. virtues of Syrup of Figs are obtained from leal Son of Millvi!w;" "Hell". 'Ths soothing' and healing proper ",__.-- ,_ __ _-- __ ___ n _
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will be the theme Frida). ties of this remedy, it* pleasant taste
: an excellent combination of plants known C; \-r\t, ; .J n + : = be medicinally laxative 'and to act most beneficially. widows' will grt a talking! ; to on Sat" made 5t a favorite with people every-j i / .u 5S03.

t- t 'A To get its beneficial effects-buy urday night, and by the way, the men where. It is especially prized by : e.w.LAM a. pr' illtnL JOHN PFEIFFER. Assistant Cashier.MECWIKYica .
r ; f:' the genuine--manufactured by theMF9TMA will have an ,opportunity to hear all, mother. of small children;; for cp'ds!- ,'! .Pfesidentandpaahitr.! J.W.ANOREWSAssistantCuhle:
as they arc invited. Sunday morning croup and whooping ;cough, ;a; it al-i i
at 10:30: Mr Kegel'will preach on the wars'affords quick, relief,: and is Hi I
"Command of the Sartor.' and Sun contains ao opium or; othr harmful! THE AMERICAN: NATIONAL BANK
day night will ,(be th closing event drug. It may be given as confidently !
a subject entitled Vantd A to a baby as to an adult., ,For eala by I .- ,OF-PCNSACOLA, FLA.

( YRVP ((? A rpeejal feature on this. all druggists '
be the exposure of Tnit Man'1 DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED ,STATES.
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of 'Mill tar, ..
:: CAPITAL STOCK, $2 OOQO. SURPLUS, $69,090.
S r ISCo Ar No matter how much it rains, the
: .,.4t1 iSV1, e ik }' } Ye r arkan.Y mMUngs will po on lust tbe same. I L TOMPKINS I'Special Ii DIRECTORS.

,. ,.,..,., For sale by an leadug Druggists,in ori iwtl packages only t>cariBt tie fan There will be a good fire each night I I '
L Covlngton, Frank' Rellly F. E. Browner
:= --f BUDA o( the Company.u and everything will be dons for the Henry ,
J. Pfeiffer W.Rosasco, C. W.
u care and comfort for those coming a I o > ; x Lamar
? { distance through Iba rain. Polite and I to The Journal. !' Bryan: Dunwody, .. T. F. McGourin. J. R.Saunders
J Tompkins Feb. 7.-Mr. John Porter A. ,M. Avery, ; ,W, ". Milton, 0. E. Maura
... _-.. ", -:. Christian forget ushers are in at nance.; Do opens UP the old T. B. Arrjngton store W. U Canttion,, Dr. W. J. Hannah, McKenzie OcrtJng,
not that the singing Is
under
; this week with a full stock of goods Alex McGowin, C. M. Covlngton, M. E. Clark.
I vt s&g&m c $* W1+ ti fN'IE' a $ Y ao: :; t.srnfl' il1I f. '" .: the directionyof. Davis of Millview.! IUs family will make a large addition
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Tbts will be enough to insure. a' grand! to our school Accounts Banks, IndividualsCorporationsand Firms Solicited

I r I NEWS of WEST FLORIDA I i treat. our Mr.school Ellis trustees.bu been. appointed Now that one thevacancy of Four per cent Interest Paid on Tim. Deposits.

: No Case of Pneumonia on RecordWe is filled the district will soon .

:; _. ;'1 .% do' not know of a single instance have a deed to the builditrg and land. I .---- ----- ------ ----- .---- '7 _
tSHIr>>> frk&X1&; & __ wb*Je, a 'cough or cold resulted in Business is beginning to bum at the
I pneumonia ,of, consumption when FO mill again. Plenty of work and plenty j
''1 -- ley's honey and Tar had been taken.It of men and logs to meet the Demand. i
several thousand acres of exceedingly, and getting 'their farms in shape for CW' *.coulllJandcoId perfectly i fro John Scammen has taken the
) ONE FEATURE
fine round timber spring planting contract to rebuild the Porter ALONOFA.
1 do riot lake -chances with ,some unknown bridge
,- GLENDALE I LIa Quite a sad accident happened Jnj Tho DeFuniak and Northern Ry. i* preparation! which. may contain across EscamMa. creek. Now for a
.1 town last Saturday elr'eningLittle. hauling quantities- of fertilizer' and opiates, whlcH cause constipation, bridge across Cedar creek at the old
Garvey Blshopp,.about 11 years old lumber to this town. a condition that retards recovery froma corn landing. CHECK ACCOUNT
son of Mr. Ed. Bisctopp while handll -, The spirit! energy and prdgr!ss Is cold.: Ask.. for ,Foley's: Honey andTaranV >
Special to The Jo"rnal.'i ing a twenty-two calibre) rifle accidentally -,alfve .Here antf! everybody seems to be refuxeany substitute offered. Pirating Foley's Honey and Tar.
} Glendale; Fia., Feb. 7.-Our town arecoming Is discharged its the ball striking his on the move The,health'of the town W., A. D'Al niberte, druggist and Foley & Co, Chicago originated .r
still booming and many new people about 14 olo. on 1$ excellent and the prospect ahead Is
' brother Jacob years apothecary' Honey and Tar as a Throat and Lung:
"! in There has been several good. At The First National makes it well worth
: the right side,of the bead Just above remedy and on account of the great .

:;i ::1 real Tbo estate. Jrga transfers store' J houfce in tho'buildl past\>weeri 0,1 ;the temple; The ball ranged upwardtcarifrg merit and popularity of Fol Y'S Hon having;,,'that is, the: convenience. of "settling
: completion : the scalp very badly and came I To draw the fire out of a burn,heala ey and Tar many immitations are of- .'
;y,.- families Mr. Elam faaare Is: neanng moved In.' ''There end'are :out the top of the headThe wound I cut without Reaving ,a sear or to I BLUFF SPRINGSSpecial I feted for similar sounding names Beware a bill.
7 te be finisbed-and : was Immediately dressed by his j cure boils,'sores, fetter eczema and all of them. The genuine: Foley's
:I l, others occupied tha.t.'owiU soon. : father and uncle, there being grand-I skin and ,scalp diseases.. use PeWitt': Honey and Tar is in a yellow pack. You can easily send by mail a check
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:. ;,:sician in town. ,lIe'is getting on ; Witch Hazel ,Salve. ,A specific for age. Ask for it and: refuse sub- ana that
&I J. 1;. Goodwin & Co.. have closed a set any covering 'Your account, ; too, witn-
if
+ deal by -which! ,they will come into po-: ly ann no complication hej piles. Get the j genuine. No remedy to The Journal.., stitute. I: is the best remedy for
will soon. be able to get out.. j causes such speedy relief. Ask and colds. W. out any cost whatever to you except
forD coughs A.
scasion of tbe entire turpentine inter.'j' Bluff Springs, Feb. 7-Th farmersIn D'Alemberte
; eet ot ,Oreaaett & McPhail, one mile I Messrs. W L. Ca wtbon, Matthews, Witt's-tbe genuine.APALACHICOLA. .tII this section! have been very busy druggist and apothecary., postage.:
.. soutnof: this tQwn. In December last and several, other ntlemen of De J since the,weather brightened up. The
a they tonight the.entire turpentine* interest I; Funiak Springs came out to town on last to weeks have been wen spentin We furnish check books free, pocket or
: tot SniHb, &, .McCallum of this Friday last; with guns and dogs antf burning and otherwise rid NOTICE\
[ getting
! place. They consolidated tbe two 1 killed a number of birds in the ajacent II I of the stumps on the farms which is desk size, and for business firms their name -

''i.. places: They are now cutting'boxes, fields. | a great improvement on the looks as We have secured the services! :and business neatly printed on each check.FIRST .
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'J 'Weed1ncfoes''' and getting their busl- Mr. A. O. SmIth, of Valdosta, Ga. well as making the farm work so M. Williams of Atlanta, who of
t ; less in shape for next season's inorlc.. and Mr. H. H. Adams of Hammond, much'easier It also makes about one* electrician, is an expert
and
f They have' & large number of lands La, one of the jflrra of J;: E. Goodwin & Special to The ,Journal.Apalachlcola fifth increase m the crop at harvest' we are now better
t'' In from Georgia and MiaVlleriorlda. Co., are visitors of our tow;;. i prepared than ever to do all kindsof
t brought .
FeD 6-Judge Griggs time and when the stumps,are all 'J"e'-- electrical works'at moderat
''' .. and will work thirty crops of The Glendale Mercantile Co., is now is preparing to build a two story brick moved you get rid of the mole and Ring phone 570 and our prices.
.1' base the coming season This is one selling large quantities of fertilizer building on lira property alongside of the salamander which usually: prey will rail representative -:
on Estimates
ot the finest turpentine plants in north I and doing an extensive business otherwise the building which the Zingarelli on the planted: feed, making a bad nished on all kinds you.of work. fur NATIONALoAtii
.1 I west norjda. They have In connec i I brothers are putt in1';.up. stand or cause much replanting.The I PENSACOLA. ELECTRIC
COMPANY
'. .. tlon with tbe two place mentioned I The farmers are hauling fertilizer C. II. Lind has begun work on a farmers on this ridge are all 205 3. Baylen St.. Pensacola, Fla. '
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:".: : W.H. K! 'WL_.Pres. W.K.Brin.JE., V..Pr's.and Cuhier.
..-..,.. -: T. W. BREvr: and\V. N.ROBCRTO, Asst.Cathler
t DnutcxoBS-F. P. Brent, W, A. [ BreakH... Knowles W.. K. Hrr, Jr,
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,_ PRESIDING I Grin: SAFETY BniA RD '-:: DanderineGrew



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ELDER REV. and bear yom: SUFFERING, U DOES MUCH "- -

yon prefer, but you will find life ', .

pleasanter, if you will euro the .

6tENN'Succeeds pains with that great, modern BUSINESS $ -.J- d1'; I Miss Wallice's ; 'J'I '


Wis. pain remedy, HAMLINS Hair T >* *

WIZARD OIL. .
Rev. Wade Deceased I
Discharges One Policeman, and ". AND WE CANPROVE
White Negligee Shirts All pain is caused by some '
and Rev,. Yreeland Succeeds Two Firemen-To
Are Now to the Front. form of inflammatory action. Suspends

Him as Pastor of Pala- Hamlins Wizard Oil drives out Inspect Opera House.The IT

Sb.ns! : with attached cuffs are I j
Just ..:t" .'foxCfiorclu; ,. I l the inflammation and thereby

relieves and cures the pain. regular meeting of the Boardof _
Coat ShIrt is set. .
The now a HAIR
Public held last EVERYBODY CAN HAVE_NICE
Safetywas night
tiad favorite. Rev w'QYr: : cl nd, 'who'for 'sev.
eral years served'ln Pe 1sat'Ota as pastor There is no other relief and when considerable business was trans ]! NOW, and you.don't have to wait around

Just received an advance of acted among which wasthe' dismissalof weeks and months for results either. You
the Gadsde cIiurchand
MethoJist '
tblpaient of spring Neckwear; re-cen't1y-In care known to medical sciencefor one officer and the suspending of i ;',I1 ;.UV win see improvements from the very first

pe> are beauties Tan Gloves the more connection' with the pains of rheumatism two firemen. Those present were 'I 'itw r' application. .
for Palafox Methodist 'ch rc1i. has .
far bu Iness. Grey afternoons / Chairman Ingraham Major, Bliss and '. ;

I: $$1.S0 per pair. teen appointed to the 'pastorate. ot neuralgia, indigestion, earache, Messrs.. Oliver, Whits and McGaughey. a iAat. A-t s _____', .
the latter 'church, succeeding Rev.. B. Her Halt Takes on New Life and Grow 3 j '
Black Hose with fancy plaid headache toothache and Under the heading of trials Fireman C)1s
C. Glenn, who has been selec id as for .- yeeti.oneermse&twa..rora.
designs, solid colors in gray, O'Donovan was; arraigned .upon the ; .
Uvanders and stripes presiding elder: of the Pensacola: ,ells. such bruises ; '.
maroons injuries sprains, charge of refusing to obey orders. He ., ,
In rich colo-3 Every new idea trlct, and who will assume charge'ot S ': I .UeI;* # '- *' KjOWLTOf DAXDKKX B CO. ,
big otities cntft and burns etc. was, suspended for th'rty days. Fire- : I-a Gentlemen:
catch immediately certain
thi.: "catches on" we on so '
man Stearns, for /on duct unbecominga _ ;f -,: 4t4, '\' Your Daadcrine hat made my hair grow
u it wa: over ttrre feet longer than ilwas when 1 be-
r and safe in results as Hamlini fireman, was founa: guilty and 'suspended .... ;', -g3J S .. ganiUuse.
'I C I t- I '' a.' It I*now over fire feet lone and keep ngmfTowingr
,Wizard Oil. Price 60 cents and for five day: '- a y -t loa ,it_m*to fairly crawl outof my
Police Officer Colvin was then placed 4 ,. '.-ir'Y: s ..ealp.it ia ao rfosay and nice too.Danderine .
_______ \ will al way t haft my best wishes.Sincerely. ..
$1.00. Fully guaranteed.For upon trial upon numerous charges, '
s=_ the specifications as made by the mar .JfA. ETTS WATJ.TCB.JEANETTE .
sale and recommended by shal alleging being drunk, using obscene g i,
WHITE'S PHARMACY.; '
and profane languages etc.

_I Phone 180. Night Phone Pensacola 446. FIRs I I After hearing the case the board dismissed -: t ,: t( This GREAT HAIR-GROWING REMEDY
tiLe officer from the depart kz_ :: 4.i 'a' can now,be had at all, Druggists in tare*
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ment. ,. 6 sizes, 2Sc.,tSOc. and $1.00 per bottle.
R. K. WHITE I J 4: t : ;'
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Watchmaker Manufacturing _Jewelerand ______ "JIM Good Report Made. -ij v
Graduate Optician. 'k CROW" UWIS The: marshal submitted his report :: t: .'; k5.. tP f To show how quickly DanderlMHi

39 S., Palafox'St.., Pensacola, Fla. for the month of January, showingthe _f "# "' R f BB, acts we will send a large aampU
_._ : ;; 2- BH free by return mail to anyone who
-- number of arreats
convictions S ends this advertisement to the
fines,, collections, etc. lie aIso Submitted WALLICE Knowltoa Pand rin0 c.., Chicago, with their
TERSELY TOLDAmong DECLARED name and address and ten cents ia cUrcr or stamp
a comparative'statem nt of the
343 W. 14th Street. NEW YORK CITY. to pay postage.
business done the same month of last ____ _I"! __ u_ .___.
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tourists in the city are year, which showed: that while 87 less *
the A ** ***
31r and Mrs. J. R. Stephens, of New arrests tad been maa'e that the collections MILTON NEWS .

lorV VAliDSupreme this year exceeded the former i? PIANOS AND ORGANS. '*
Georga iAurie of the contracting' < by 42770. The summary of the OF INTEREST 4.' CASH OR EASY TERMS.
January business 'WaS as follows: All Piano Work Guaranteed. .,
Cook L Laurie of Montgomen "
firm of : -I ,
Number of
arrests 374
; discharged. CLUTTER RUSHING. -:
business visit.
is in the city on: a 46; guilty, 294; sent to criminal court, The Journal. % 12 EAST GOVERNMENT ST. ?Io

As Ye Advertise (so shall ye 'prosper I Court 4; sentence suspended 30; fines assessed. Special to 'After, weeks 01., 7* PHONE 478.. *
Renders Decisionin Milton, Feb. 7,-
)" is as good store-law as is "As $1,80300( ; fines collected. M-
set .in l last night
1e Sow (so shall.>e reap)" good moral t $1,1| 00.60; costs assessed $27500; ideal weather rain of: '###;## #&### #######*
Ian REV. W. Q. VREELAND. Case Carried Up From costs,collected, $219.50; pound -fees and today.: one is forcibly'remlnd'ed
I tI collected. 3625. tb-e following lines by Longfellow: --'

W. C. Powell a prominent naval Mr Vreeland who is to assume: the Pensacola. The Street Railway. QRu5! The day is cold and dark,and dreary"L ;For ExPM1 Watch Repairing and
stores dealer of Jacksonville. was in pastorat of the Palafox church came It rains and the the citY yesterday in conference with Pensacola several years ago and The special committee appointed to The Farmers' Institute ofHhis coun- Engraving toJ.F.DAVIS
ratal store men of thia city. I It was through his efforts that the confer with th president of the Street ; ty met In the court house Monday.Prof. ;
of Birmingham exam Gadsden church was erected.' After Pensacola's "Jim Crow" law, or Railway Company regarding police officers // :j-'r: Rose state chemist, was in attendance -' the Jeweler
W. H Bum being absent from the for 'rather the ordinance passed some and firemen riding upon oars free and imparted much helpful ,
city
here one
is on
icer of postoffice clerks, I' 'months ago by the city council .providing of charge reported: that the president
:year ths conference, assigned him to information to the farmers pertaining
with his .depart-: : 213'South Palafox Street.
of road
bu'ine5S' connecter for the separation of the races the stated that he had not yet
interestingly
also
Others spoke
thelPalafox church assistant to agriculture.
.as toltev., ,
"A KEY OF SOLID GOLD CANNOTHEALTH'S
ment U. C, Glenn. In the street cars has gone through received an opinion from the corn : on.tha.same subject and it The Latcst Designs in Watches
of the enjoyable events of the the test of the courts and has been pany's attorney, and therefore asked GATE UNFOLD.
One Rev Glenn who has been selected is lrop* season will be the euchre party 'an:! to,take the position of Rev. Wade ha declared constitutional and valid: for further time. This was granted. But the gold can buy the drugs here : and.Jewelry.
dance at the Concordia Club to-night made many friends during his residence Yesterday City Attorney Jones recehed The committee to procure another which will loosen many a crampaJ Mr. Howard ''Bates and !bride arriv .
Th. eH'ni8 for the families and out- in Pensacola, and while not as : a letter from the clerk of the .' horse for the fire department reported stomach or muscle and health's gate ed Saturday and are at-&.me to'their:''r--
otown friends of the members. well known as Rev. Vreeland is nevertheless supreme court. stating that the court, 'I that a trade.had been' made where- will roil'wide open when you apply' friends at the residence Capt. Han f
by> one of the objectionable horses had $25 REWARD
Ml advertisers are requested to1 very popular with his congre- to whlcu: the. case had been appealed. been exchanged for another the them rightly. Pure drugs chemicals; nah
tend; in their Sunday COPY. as early I'gation and those: with whom. he is -had affirmed the,judgment of the lower paying $100 in addition. city medicines, toilet and sick room aCC 8- .Mrs" Felt us. of Natchez, :Miss., is
as possible All copy should be in not I acquainted.The court.' The letter' received fcy the I The'contract"for furnishing Teed for series, perfumes soaps-everything visiting h sister, Mrs. T. F. West.

later than Thursday night, in order to presiding ela'er of the district. ,city attorney was as follows i !the department Luring the month of for the bath or shaving here.HOOTaN'S Mr. D. M. McDa-vid, of Cnnimuckla
insure l its. appearance In The Sunday hi(:v. Wade, expired about ten days "Tallahassee. Fla, Feb. 6, 1906. 'February was awarded to Marion Cur- is.in Milton this week looking'after a
Journal. since while conducting a meeting 10 "Hon. John B. Jones Pensacola, Fla. 'rie & Co. PHARMACY, floating saw mill.ia which, he is interested

I Alabama, and it became necessary to "Dear Sir.-The court has today J.: P. OShea was elected a'mem- and which will soon be put in
Three new salesmen for the John j select hi* successor at once, and Rev. directed tha entry of Judgment in the her of the fire department and H. T. The Birth Place of Prompt Delivery. i operation here.

White Store reached the city Wednejsda : Glenn was chosen. case of I* B. Croom plaintiff in error -Thorn. a member of the1 police de- PHONE :1100. W. A. Finlay a 'prominent mill man
} ni ht, and have assumed charge C. Fred. Schad defendant
vs. marshal parm nt. 'ii', --_._- of Pine Barren waa a business visitor
o' their po ltlons. They are U.' lie)'- TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY in error. from Escambia county The applications of H. Bonifay Wil 'to Milton teat Friday.,

manS M Fiaher and C. Cossague all Take LAXATIVE. BROMO Quinine affirming judgment in, the case. liam O. Lehr, Dan Horton ana'! F. D. BUYER OLIVER Rv. I* T. Reynolds! < superannuateof
vf Xew Orleans, where they have had Tablets. Druggists refund money if j It The decision of the court was en bane Abbott for*posltfon$ in the ,police de- the Alabama conference, was a
eiperipnce in the big clothing stores. fails to cure. E. W. GROVE'S sIgna. and the opinion' prepared by Mr. Jua- /artment were referred to the mar- Milton visitor Monday.,
They take the places of Messrs.; Nix ture is on each box. 25c. lice Taj lor. hal. TO NEW YORKWILL Mrs. M. L. McWnorter was among

and WhIte "Very truly yours The applications of Cfiarles Stearni the visitors to Pensacola Wednesday.Mr .

The Ui iv9 gas lamps recently REVIVAL AT THE "M., H. MABRY, and Chas. L. Turner for positions iuhe Denmark, a turpentine man of

placed in fie New City district will CHRISTIAN CHURCH. "Clerk Suprema Court"Decision fire department, were referred to LEAVE TO-DAY TO PURCHASE Wallace, spent Friday in town.
lIe lighted Saturday night for the first by Carter. the chIef. Large crowds assembled at K. of P.
tme: The reason for the delay :n Owing to the very inclement The case was first brought up before Chief Bicker was 'given authority to: STOCK FOR WILLIAM hall Monday and Tuesday nights to I
lighting them U because of the five- weather of last n'ght Evangelist Court Commissioner Coston and have electric lights installed in the see "The Moving Pictures." I WARRANT for the arrest of this wo
tIght! periol during the full moon t Spiegel of the Christian church held later before Judge Carter who r<>n- Ea,t Hill truck house.;; JOHNSON & SON. A: candy: pulling was given at the I f man. She Is about 2S years of are,

when none of the gas lamps are hghtd. only a short meeting meeting although held. a con- dered his decision upholding the decision The Opera House. parsonage Saturday afternoon for the weighs 135 'pounds, thick dark hair,
gregational was
that of the commissioner. L. B. then Methodist Sunday school. Grown folksas high forehead, brown
period this month occurring committee select site fora The board discussed at some eyes five feet
Between February 4 and 10. The to a numberof Croom the plaintiff, however, appealed length conditions existing in the John G. Oliver,buyer for the "Big well as children had a jolly, sweet, high,. wear No. 6 show, upper teeth
church a
reported
new but instructed upon to in- from the decision and was allow.I opera house, relative to the safety of Store" of William Johnson & Son, will sticky time. I'gold filled, andonccroned tooth. She 'I

Money refunded if Blue Ribbon stlgate sites, further was, especially with refer ed bond and the ,matter was then I patrons and it was agreei' that under leave to-day at noon for New York, Mr.' H. E. McCaskill of Tennessee'j ha* long fingtfrs with rounJ nails.
I. mon or Vanilla fails to please Abfo'utely North Hill. argued before the supreme court ,of I existing conditions the place was dangerous was transacting business Plump of figure and fairly pretty. Her t
to property on naxt
pure. Goes twice as far and enc To-night some Rev. Spie'gel will have as the stat City Attorney Jones being! in'case of fir. The placingof where he ,,;spend the two last week and was the guest of his! maiden name was Thompson which i"
and represjnting the city weeks in the markets selecting the cousin Mrs. W. J. Williame. Sr.,' she has
rvfs! desserts tne "Blue Ribbon. Fla- his subject "The Three Great Truthsof present an additional aisla in one portionof name possibly assumed .
'\cr" the Twentieth Century." '' nul Ths decision was expected Tues the place was suggested. The I fall and spring stock for the firm. Thursday nigot. Mr McCaskill is an I., Wire sheriff at DeFimiak Springy I
Lillian Gladden,, will, sing at the services -day. but Mr. Jones did not receive it members decided to visit the place in It is the Intention of Mr. Oliver to extensive sewing machine dealer and Florida: $!5I0 reward for the chilL fl
ALTAR GUILD GIVES to-night. .. until yesterday morning. a body this morning at 10 o'clock and cevote[ his entire time while in New is a tactful hustling business man. Fisher MonroeyDoujlas. This Woifla;
TEA THIS AFTERNOONThe ,', One point which Is a credit to Pen inspect it, with the vIew of, having the 'fork to going through the big wholesale Dr C. B McKinnon is attending Florence WooU. kIdnapped him from
sacola's city attorney is that Justice needed changes made. 4 houses and making himself acqdalnted -court in Andalusia; thisweek.. Freeport. Fla. on the night of September '

Altar Guild of St. Katharines Taylor who wrote the opinion was the 4 with the latest styles and Mrs. McKinnon has gone to DeFun. 6th 1905. The.child is 6 years ol 1, -

from 4 to 7 o'clock at th3 real-: SEWING the state law providing for the sapar ANY ITCHING he "Bij Store" and it is expected Mrs. Daniel Campbell and attend the teeth rotted off; very plump, weight
d"ne of Mrs J. c. Dunham. Ill Wet ation of the races. and who pronounced STOPS that when the stock arrives and is Chautauqua. about 50 pounds very bright, child.
wrong to which is the state law unconstitutional, and opened: to the public It will be most W. J. Williams. Jr.. and Miss B ssie Expenses paid both ways delivering
everyone cordially i -
shows conclusively that tae Pena I and uptodate.Mr. business visitors to Pen- child to DeFunlafc
lAflte.t Admission :25 !)- 4 complete Ellis were : Springs Fla., ia addition
cents i la ordinance is valid in every r Epect.I .I DOAN'S OINTMENT CURES ECZEMA Oliver's long ,experience in the sacola Friday evening to thc25 reward,
Another point of interest locally Is that PILES. PEN- business assures the customers the Rev. J. O. Morley who Is In charge II A DOtTOLAg.
WHEN YOU ARE SICK. i ia MACHINES I the entire bench of six justices con-I AND ITCHING firm that nothing but the very latest of:; Santa Rosa circuit, spent Monday Father of the chilJ. '

urred fn the opinion of Justice Tajcr -; SACOLA PEOPLE RECOMMEND :and best will be chosen. in town. DeFuolak Springs Fla."
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F.-.Ub it.

B* Take LtteraryFre.erlptlon a During to I IT. ___ __ __ n __ _,__ ____ __ __ _ __ _-- __ _On' __ ____ __ __ _
Recovery.For While it is not a certainty it is not,I ;
leading during convalescence the ...at.,. thought that the colored: residents of ____ I .1
Kntish MMical Journal prescribes lit Pensacola will resort to the courts! _
'ature that to have fie law declared One application of Doan's Ointment
cheers but does not in again Invalid
'Orate. and .A BARGAIN. II stops any Itching. Short treatment '
warns: persons recovering
irom illness against writers "whose .. .. t cures eczema. itching piles salt rheum I ISN'T IT INTERESTING and SATISFACTORY

KJ-IP. like that of George Boardi K a Ilancom. -any skin eruption or skin itching.It .1
Meredith
put { I Is the cheapest remedy to use, because -
I '(m! tant strain on the understanding -f nave you ever noticed the right way. so of it is required to bring -
or the renter 1. to get into a hansom when two little
or, like that of Maurice peopleare : relief: and a cure. Here is Pensa ola
Jiewktt. hrirates by its artificial gilt-: riding? Pew persons know what testimony *o prove it: to know that you have one of the
*. or like'that of Marie Corelli I. ansays As'we are goin out of f the to do. In nne.C3.'es. out of ten the one Mrs. W. Merlins Imng on West In- largest and most complete stocks of

< by its frothy impertinence." Dick who enters first seats himself on the tendencla street, says: "I used tioaa'a

Pill should go well during convales-' Sewing Machine business, we .off side. But this Is wrong. If, on getting Ointment which I procured at Sidney -

"nee. except: "Pickwick" at least in in first, ,you take the near neat Kahn's drug store, corner Pal.
l argieal cases, because of the many offer for sale at cost price Tour companion can then enter in ease' fox .and Rojiiana streets, for eczema HARDWARE. PAINTS CUTLERY. GUNS RIFLES, PISTOLS

I.df' splitting episodes whldi would t and comfort, which otherwise he could [ which had bothered me for more than ,

hay' havoc with tte union of parts. thirty-five DropHeadWheeler not. ten jears It was worse during the i. '

jw the same reason in order that i heated parts of the year than any METALLIC AMMUNITION! ETC. .. \
w sling granulation may not be Jnterre To WaterproofScientific ea..... other; tim, and I suffered terribly. ,I ,
t with, Mark Twain' works are '&. Wils nS'ewin'g" American itfres this reclp I used one.ointment and salve after another : s.

ILeolutplJ" interdicted. for waterproofing, for,canvas:,Soft soap but with little success and .
in the South from.
I' to make purchases Interesting
"Sml1t'08'' ''elf Help' Is qutte.lnnOcu.' Machines' dissolved In hot water and a solution trE'ated'with different doctors but your ,
IUs," 8f Iron sulphate without obtaining marked benefit. because we can Satisfactory because '
u1S the l learned Journal "but w* added. The eulphun! save you money., .
:13n1J: i W cautious in recommendtug It :acid combines with the Jl'tastiof :the When one fifty'cent box of Doan's 0nt-} S it is convenient for ,:. .
In order that the patient not thereby Parties desiring a portion or I soap and the Iron oxide Is precipitatedwith meat cured'me ,it Isno' more than natural you.
may that I should be pleased to let
be 1.M to the fatty acid aa Insoluble iron ,
miHlltate'over a misspent machines invited : others know.of the wonderful merit,of; Wrought Iran Pipe and Fittints Rubber Belting Hose and Packings. .
"r T and to have suggested to him all of these are Map. This la washed and 'dried and this preparation.. It is :a remedy ,

IU the opportunities in' life Le might I _mixed with linseed oiL which all sufferers from itching skin)"

tare graspwi, but did not. A despond- to call or wr, te us. disease ca-f" rely: upon with the.utmost"j I LARGE STOCK OF MILL SUPPLIES. :
tile .
; aght;, thy be induced -which, I Uaacvllae.Mrs. confidence** .
".Mild Hix-Urs. June strIkes m. ft*
a
delay a restoration to health For-sale 1'y all dealers. Price 50
ltd TvLich Jeter entirely too masculine for a w.man. cents. te--Ulburn Co, Buffalo. Out- f.Toll: Orders
fataL
mlaht'n prove GORDON & BROWN HOW CO 'j
thai Umy, except 'Vanity }.'alr/ which Mrs. Dtx-Tes. Indeed. Why New York, s>Is agents- for the United Gin Special AttuUolI. ,
Ia () :very time she has an ache or a pate States, L '
ressi"l5st!
Look. should 1
< go very
-t-Mi; '1't"lltlc'nols'! and 4Barry ,IJndon'ill Wm. Johnson & Son he man makes woold.as mud> fuss about-U*. o Remember the name-Doan's-and ,

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.1/tfJt/ SonfnalVeelrfy. j*!. CHARACTERISTICS1|i Kis Tarb- rnee rfrfeslres'to to gala sympathy

;# OF THE NATION. 41?la her igbt against the oil octopus '

I' l the toast le careful as to bow ahe use, '

li ff (GaUestkra. Tribune # btr ternw,::1., if abacithe lads tdb' <: THE JOURNAL'Sb;:
1,* : Bi abo&btae Standard crowd Ja nail :
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Dat1Y# Sunday. ; : I:;.li .JI.. tree rh 0uid act be above insistIng .

C Pt1BU'"t ja Ii, that )iili Tarbell's statement: as to I.
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SYEAY MORNING EXCEPT MOMDA i I
.! xhzT The traveler in passing through a the natural proclivity was emphatically -
I I J'laad very naturally make note of the tree and that therefore the lady
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; jmcsl i prominent characteristics of the herself been ts IMtBde4 'in her ownbroadcast .

THE JOURNAL COMPANY.. ij|! people and the Customs of the country ;condemnation.; CANAL EDITION
the; has visited; hence.U was not at all PANAMA
I strange for the Chinaman who hazy 1 ,,".KM.HH '

K I'IUliX r.. MATES, humslr, axs gUU.']dat.t u. :' pent but a kbo r saymonths In the i1 ;,..,. .-__ *

.. ,!?Uz ied Stag t< reach the.coneloilon 0 NEWS :AN4*VIEWS j
.. i that all that wa required to becom FRQliliSTATE PAPER. *
MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. :''a goo4-American{ was for him to wear : ';'f.J i *:

t I this i nair short. %et drunk aad swear fl-.t tl'iF: g F..u.H't***** ; t -IS..NOW SALE-AT -AIL -NEWS STANDS.

:OQ the streets, and he was very much -..-..-- ON
tVBSCRJPTION RATES. mortified when brought before the Can Hold His Own. "c.
tasgiatrate to learn that he haqf not ; .
The '
New York Sun disks that Tpl .
i 008 -i eo One Ifoatb._........ if judged correctly ..
81: 7dozrhs ._._. 2 to I One Week.... .. man Is the limit of senatorial courtesy *. w PRICE I
I ... 1ftWeekly ; 15 .CENTS.
.nzo.: -c.a..l. JS Now Mijs Ida Tar bell is no China.man but it would be well for those who r -
; Edition. jsr.n 00 1.: not even a foreigner and there- would treat him as beyond the bent to: "'"S.r: -i. -

Pipers es Sale at All Hews Stand fore whoa she tells some very incriminating remember that when it comes .to discourtesy : I .
things about the Standard Oil Farmer B!n can hoJ4. W* ,.....' .
'laonopoly. we give respectful attention own with the best or the worst of
t. TK* OKtV PEN8AOOLA NEWSPAPER FROM WHICH A DETAILED II o her words; but when she chooses to them.-JatkJoDYUle Times-Union. 1

CIRCULATION STATEMENT CAN BE SECURED. My that lying is an American national \ f
I" vice we feel personally hurt and con Cromwell Gibbons Honored. I ---ORDER BLANK:
elude at once that the lady has been illustrated
lion. Cromwell Gibbons ha* been ap-: A suberbly -I
Ofiee* -MS so* lit Ut I .made
OO'Yerumeu-9treIL angry or has so long associated of

'rJCLIpk O'YEi No. 38.i'T1"S.tCo14A |I with the Rockefeller crowd that her the pointed National executive Publicity committetman Organ tJoo. ; work showing Pensacola! The Journal's Panama Canal Edition. ,
visits and her
I judgement a. well has
The made Perry t
became appointment was by 1 TbQ P nsacol4 Journal. *
j I biased by the ,
natural consequences
Belmont, president of the beard It she Is The most .' Florida
FLORIDA. THURSDA' 110P., "O. FEBRUARY 8. 1906 of such environment countenance as to-clay >Pensa ola. *
appears that the smiling
Gentlemen: Find enclosed herewith 15 cents In silver frcomplete
I But Miss Tarbeli say she baa reach- of ) to be '
fr. Gibbons is destuud seen !i
;ed this eonclaakm because 'ant expensivespecial one copy of The Panama Canal Edition, which please. send o
she has In honorPalatkaTimesHerald I
I positions of
The Tramp Evil bYe the praise! of haTing 'I intended; particularly. studies the men who constitute exalted. ,the following addres-. .

the result which ensnss." i that limited sphere! designated 1 I edition ever issued .
In Florida .
'
a* the world of high finance, that her Will Get There Eventually.We i

r. A recent iisne of the Jacksonville"HawsUnion 'Always do what YOU are afraid todo" relation with the people who occupy ,-Ul.get there If life lasts- .Someway ,I in the Deep Water Gty.

contained the folio*in 5 is "high counsel" for a timid a* this exalted realm has given h" opportunity think the Meteor is a slow coach.'

... article relative: to the tramp evil: vertiaer. the to study the question from Well it ha;D.t kept time a> we would I Following are some of its
very apex on down to the lowest
v have it. but,.mark you it. will kerp
A national appreciation of the tramp strata .
and abe has found the vice of J
Your first "plunge' In the -
advertisingtook righF on' work
road-i-lt wilt"keep I 1 features _
fe and is marks special
growing up. placing ijs lying a one touch of nature that 7 .
on our statute books./ The Massachusetts a little of the -scare" and the indifference makes all kin. I lug rorthe'good'of St. Augustine, St.
is out of'OU. If of theseremain I Johns county the state of Florida aad
considering any
legislature now .
.A denial
of
Miss Taxbell's broad indictment the American eagle-and dot. -
three 'bills for his repression! or they remain to your hurt. is you
going to cause a great forget it.
slck force
A disabled
care--one provides for the regular ,inapeciioa I or .
;" cany *good Americans to approach,the can't set m Type 'especially while, lOO'halftOneii /
of cheap boarding houses If' your business is growing you issue obliquely and while the most of learning the culinary; art and taking Over ws of-Pensacola Pensacola BaYyj'and scenes in surrounding -

oJone for the registration of all tramps must wonder how you could have been us are inclined j jI
to with
Y agree the lady care of the jneanlnnlej and plating' ,. ., .
countryv: ,
In.Gus Bertlllon( records, and one forth content with the stinted advertisingspace regards those mho occupy.the world I mamma :alut.1'&PII':editor; prtater and '. _'..... *:. ,i.;* -1- _''..* .". : "

each esrpfcyment city" to keep of tab a special on the vagrants offloer in of a year ago-and a year hence of better-might high finance have it might spared have a great been I.turn devil.to But it. it's Stick along to us lane, friend that, and has we no' Page, map of Pensacola Bay showing depth of water*.and points of interest
will wonder
at
Florida gnaws only local efforts to you today's modest 4 I
deal of embarrassment-had the fair
will the sooner convince you that about the place. .
abate the eril-she has laws, showing.
vagrant Ida dealt entirely with those exalted your confidence was not. misplaced.-!
ant these are so seldom enforced that personagea.who live and move and &. A\tU.itlne'Meteor. j article Pensacola and the Panama Canal W. A. Blount
A special by
they are practically d!ad. Out of ten "little store in your have their being far above the ordin- jI I I II ; on Jr.

j Now there are good men among the part of tie city about two will ex ary run of humanity. What need was A Natural Sanitarium.We "Historic E.
tramps-te trouble is that there for her I I A Review of Pensacolaby J. D. Yonge.
a goodman pandand grow into big stores in time to insist on pressing the I n tk: a few advertisements of''1
!r who remains among them so soon ,matter any farther! Why proceed to northern
sanitariums
becomw a bad one. It Is a great uniTerslty -and it will be the two Which are ad- renaer the entire country uncomfortable state papers,.which lead in us some to wonder of the i I!! Symposium of opinion on the effect of the Panama Canal on Pensacola by

at idleness that easily dege'neratM vertising now, '"m Governor N. B. Broward United States Senator S. R Mallory United States Senator
Besides ,
into vicfethe prosecutions afford. a a..1Lfe Miss- Tarbell should bear in for sach places unless a surgical;i
crime done" tramps cost this country mind when she makes these kind of operation 1& desired. The state ofi! .Jas. P. Taliaferro, and Congressman W. B. Lamar.
an iron .ense sum every year. The Is a series ot surprises-of efforts statements that after a manner they Florida Is a sanitarium that nature 1-

confirmed tramp Is very near an &:11- to guess the mood of tomorrow." j! "Romance of the Fleet" by Nellie Cravey Gilmore.An .
f mat and he has accepted the idea that
But the who
merchant advertise

6es lie can it. take lie keeps what the he want.women where of whole be forcefully influences' as well as guess- The Sunny Sid of Life : article on "Sugar Cane in West.Florida." by Judge Jno Thomas Porter.

communities in terror, and he watches ei. the buying 'mood of tomorrow. '
the house till the man leaves It. The "Pensacola of Forty Years Ago, by Senator Stephen R. Mallory. .

, tramp may be a poor man. but he Is 'Every Inch of effective publicity Is

something more and he rapidly becomes added to the stature"' of the -bigger An article from the National Sportsman, entitled. "Pensacola, the Fisherman's

t: : an outlaw. We do not know r "
that Jacksonville ever made a thor store. Paradise, by Mayor Chas. H. Bliss.-

r. ough ronad. of .
up tramps at the right
". season, but Pensacola did once and Wonder what the Goulds would be Pensacola trade statistics, from his report to the Chamber of Commerce, by

I. ., the count went over the thousand willing to pay to get rid of Count -
W. C
t. mark. float Secretary Jones.

Some of these professionals own 4

i : property at home. One said h*found .
There -would seem to be three classes
it more profitable to rent
a good farm
"' of people in the world: salute sinners
In lUinoJn! and let the southern people) '
of the
and members Panama canal -
: feed him during the whiter' -he bad
: 'been begging; In a ragged suit all d'y. commission.-Atlanta Journal. The work is attractively printed on heavy enameled paper, and the half-ton

l' but he pulh-d eighty dollars oat of hilt And recent disclosures would seem views which embellish it are not only representative of the city's widespread pointsof
clothes I I to show his respectability! to indicate that the last mentioned s t4

f This army brings danger with it very are the worst of the,lot. .- \ attractiveness, but they are superb samples of the engraver's and the printer's art.
winter-danger of crime and danger Om tfce OtMle; Ca*. -

a t, of Infection but its support lea heavy >>Hy ;a-H H Tn.InP-Ya, sty. Pv eftea been la trash .4wr.ekr The Panama Canal Edition is now on sale at the news stands and throughoutthe
charge upon us when all else is con- '

I doted. dr 8 FLORIDA FORTUNATE Old G fttlniaa-ET er any Jog .f.11 f"? i city, and out-of-town readers are invited to send in their orders on the coupon
These things being true, one remedy Tramp-Ob, yea! Why onct dare was
1 for the evil should be sought-the fe IN THE; APPOINTMENTS: *I vr thirty pip en Sweaty Steep 31Iled contained this announcement. Address all orders to
tE --- t1a
cHj! might easily lay work for outright _, ..
i .J., up them ; Leesbury Commercial. .. '. -r.-
and Lrcp a policeman ready to reppond ie t .

rhea citizen approached ;:'. ';"WH1! :E-H1I kdr- Cw.cs ss+s.... 5
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at tlwlr homes. Tho destitute could II. Was Wl.. THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL
't net object to work for .
food-the:: connrmed -
Owing perhaps to a reprehensiblelaw ,
"Mr .. Undtort.
cases would soon quit town J n -Tea must get the
a of it is not that I
politics often an
: that them to came ana we for himself the damage 5 .
gave -work. Next
{ $' should winter important committee assignment; is the furnace has done tO the CCillBC i r
i sea os prepared for the Invasi made to a democratic member of the 1... Mr. Jcnc.-Y.8..and U I do M"D see U>.
i on. ,republican senate. But laiit week N 0&mac tke dbndrrn baT dan U UM rut Pensacola Florida.
t Prasacola has been made cf 010 I
remarkably each an apportionment and r

1 free of tramps for the past two winters Florida is thereby the beneflclary.

I' dne. no doubt, to tha fact that Senator :Mallory -has been assigned to 1
the Naval Affairs! Committee and as
t. the 'police folio
a rigorous
policy In
Florida hone of: the few states that
& handling this rfl. Tbero Is plenty off bas a nary: yard, more coast line than

work to be had In this city and disreputable any other state and about a* much baa prepared for the afflicted, without in the Unite States Senate. God 1

r looktn* stragglers who are land as v.ater.-thls selection is in very ) haua&J the use of medicines where people know, the people) are sorely in need OPERA HOUSE

r caught begging are given short shrift nature cf things a most appropriate come who cannot enjoy health else- of a few friends in the Senate. All
one, and congratulate both ;
in : our senior
.' the 1'<<:.Ordecourt.. '
senator and the state in general; where and it the business manager the special interests are well represented TWO NIGHTS AND MATINEE

Pensaoola evidently has a poor; reputation upon his selection to this important 0: this great sanitarium would dO there and every interest is

4 among the cross-tie fraternity field of 'activity. one-half the advertising that these well safeguarded except the Interests Friday and Saturday,Feb. 9 and 19

t\ and that Is probably responsible for In this connection It may be men- northern sanitariums do, we would of the 'gT a; mass f American citi
the freedom' from tramps which this tioned that Senator iiallory La alto 3 l bare the state filled with health-finders Milton and Sar ent. 'Atom Prt!
member of the Committee on Com zens.Mr.. :Anna Ileld's Magnificent Prod<
city enjoj who would seek and find.-Gainesville Lamar has proven his claim to
coerce This committee occupies the Sun be classed with the friends of the people .

Preparations for digging the Panama same relation the senate that the Rivers and knowing that the people are
and Harbors Committee does to "THE LITTLE DUCHESS"WITH
1 canal are suspended while Secretary Want Lamar for Senate. slow to forget the man who makesan
the house and it Is through recommendations
honest effort from an honest purpose '
Taft and former Chief Engineer of these committees of the The attitude of Congressman Lamar to subserve th ir\good! :*e' assert ,
t f :Wallace enlighten the public as to two houses, that appropriations are in refusing to consent to the sacrifice that he would not'easily be defeatedfor
of the interests of the whole- people OLGA COUNTESS VON HATZFELDI
what, they think of one another. made for the purpose indicated: by the Senate should he. desire to ,
.
'I and .!in to the party
their respective titles. Mr. SparkmanIs I I daring oppose I III'
.. ) run.-Plant City Courier Reginald DKoven ilusic, w.5::
boss, while'It has caused some of the .
'a member of the Rivers and Harbor t' terpolations.. illarry B :;r*;:h s
i Some Argumentsfor ? Committee of the house, and we 'Ule-Say., pop what's a celebrity! newspapers of hU own state to criti- Coming to; the Front* Book Revised and Re %!rn-
are bore reminded that some weeks I' I F p-Hes a man wtio gets mentioned else him in a very unfriendly -way Marianna Is growing apace. She is ate.I. Anna Hclds Production
Store Publicity. ago a robust champion of Mr. Lamar' -&DOut Ua yean after be'* dead. has greatly increased his popularity erecting a four-storr' building'and has Elaborat i,
HeUn-Whom do you think U the great, among the more informed people. Mr.I
mentioned
the Lamar's
manifold things hewas two candidates to step into Mr. -
"Faith In a fact"-such a fact as eat of all pests? Lamar has: dared to advocate a PRICES: Matinee-60 and 7Ster.tt
going to do for shoes Ocala Banner.
Pensacola harbor I
l this, that Intelligent advertising never blessings ; anathe Uerbert.-ShaJce>pear I understand tha4' '. I measure which promised to give relief Night-25, 50 and 75c, $1 and $.50.
that were to follow in he made a lot of money at the businesi. to the masses even though' he did I .
f failed to make a legitimate business the train of his energies. ,As a matterof Seats on sale Wednesday a: r ;"
so in defiance of the dictation of the. oari.aa .tm.ko..e.The :
and -''affords fact Mr.. Lamar, not being member I
grow prosper resistance puny individual who has been set up most curl qua slmsbouse Inland

S, .n which both Impudence and terror of that committee' is as powerlessto as the democratic dictator. is Bt. Msryjs' hospital at Chlcue-
do anything for Pensacola harbor We do not know whether }lr. La-
are wasted. ter. There eight
f' or any other harbor river creek, or aspirations for future old-la41es lire: actually !
has -
.. mar any political
GRAND BALL
In the cborcb.; whIch Is-a fine old building
..' canal.'as the ghost of Hamlet or the honors or not but there is BO
t >>- "Every: ship is a romantic obJect- recumbent figure of the late Patrick question but that his attitude on the dating from.1680. It was originally

"' roept that we sail In." The small Henry. 'Any one with Information proposea rate bill and his refusal 'to a monastery", but when Queen Elteab -

merchant "honrg with his'envy" the of a half-baked ,Chinese idol knows be influenced in his regard for his obligations tb. earns to:visit th.r. she turned it Monday Night Feb. 12.

that legislation is conducted In comrait to the whole :people by the Into an almshouse to endure as long as ,
t tig one-out, to each the problem of
1 tee rooms, and it is upon the recommendation direction of a party boas, who Is not almshouses: exist ''tbtJ old ladles have
the roUT is the same-the one big. inescapable of a committee that the f I'e fin sympathy with the people and who two neat little,,room*' each down the C. K. of A. Hall.

determining problem of house or senate bases its action. It J i even allows his own interests to take sides of tbe main church, with windows

publicity, which dwarfs other store Is a wise provision In our scheme or 1 0 I precedence over every other considI tooting out on the garden. They Benefit of
as some :would express it our science 0r I eratkm, would make him a strong candidate -
worries and when solved, makes hare each a ,coal supply, a kitchen
F of government, to reduce a state.man.s r for the United States Senate,
mOat of them disappear O range water and>.... At GlUt end of
r ., enthusiasm: to the'committees should he desire this promotion at the Carnival Association.
or which he Is'fortunate enough to bea bands of the people of Florida. We the church' Is Ue chapel l, where da17'Mn1ces'

"Everything la impossible until -wet member, and all claim to the con have known of smaller ,things than are ha14. The choir stalls art Barrios'

a & a nuecess" Your own business is trary savors of the agitator the ward the mere fact of being true to the bemtfftlrcarved old oak: the original Orchestra.

55 I probably bigger now than you thought, heeler, and .other .agencies that defile .r people and having regard for ones seats that the monks; nsed The church: Santo
i : American politics oath as a public servant to land men stands in a. octet.little sauare.DoPh Floor Managers Jos. ,
-S "possible" before you became a shrewd
HavIng. recounted the information
,(which moans- a "large") advertiser.The i Ernest McVoy.
that ,this article contains: in the beginning "" ': / *
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reluctant advertiser, who has I that,follow, it.is a matter.of congratulation GC4Me Da't nave a falling, oat with your hair. Good Time Promised to AU.1
to be "persuaded" before he will risk that Florida has been for T.i'Ltet: Imnlght leave jooi! Thaawiat BetterS

tunate in its please_ ittbjr giving lIt a good b airfoodAytfnH -- --
} even a half adequate campaign is described committee assignments Dr. ptu..n.rt; must be 8OmethlD. u-tt.
and with the y.t m to haT. il..ae (155 r1Vijor. Tie iiir stops
ability and experience radicallyyour wrong coming
t, Pit by a great writer in this way:I of those who represent us the state bur fall out,oo.rYou will bar U llm-o kr ......t-t:WleLmr. "Your eu, tfeeJTmwi* softWfld snootb, and all Old papers fot sale
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TVe do what we must and call it by may rely upon patriotic vigor in -e'Y ry.I grit.. ttt rift ab'al4. .T&ek-I should A7. 1 IT Down bli4if <>thileeD.>rich i o iort t r iatl so mes:back. l

;; the best names'we can, and would fain thing that pertains' to. Its interests ,thero'> _UoxDJe aotrsaswgssol itiefttad .3 doS to telephone to1, + 'owee and uk h, at this office.
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: 15 RUGS, in Moquet and Velvet, worth $2 to '2.25 at .. :' J'. ', ;, '. 1.49 i k


15 RUGS, in Moquet and Velvet, worth $2.50 to $2.75, 'at'1. ,': ) : e -.' .- 1.39RUGS

36 in i Moquet worth 3.50 4 t ;.' } '> <;;, + .". ., .'2.47
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This lot of Rugs was sent to us by our New York buyer,from a leading carpet house's clearing sale. We secured them at a very low figure by

taking the entire lot and we are offering the same to our customers" at a very low price. You can't afford to overlook this, as it Is 'a chance to buy p

your Rugs at ridiculous low prices a& on hand and get your choice. None reserved. Positively Rugs will be charged at sale price. Sale starts 9 a.m.LOU'IS $








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,RSIIIPWILLB HERE MARDI GRAS. Poverty PartyYew DECISION IN A j,r r' '"That's Certainly Good Coffee I iW Notice NOTICE is hereby OF INCORPORATION.given, that on the


i iCouldn't 3d day, oC March: 1996, the raider
frequently hear such expressions about our coffee.
I signed will apply to the Honorable N.
CASE OF MUCH j be otherwise if bought of The Popular Grocer. 4
We have several grades as a matter of course-some' B. Broward Governor of the State of ;,
Orders Admiral Dickins to Send Vessel of the teV SShul.that
air
artment a axed a ) us / a
cheaper than others; but each one is the best any dealer Florida, at Tallahassee, for a charter
folks ov the Junyer Oxiljary air ginin can afford to sell for the money. I Incorporating them and their associates
Pensacola for the Occasion But
uoast Squadron to ter bar at -
INTEREST j CAFE DE MONDE LB.. .. .. .. .. .. _'<.. .. ..25c under the articles of the association
Name of Ship is Not Yet Known. CARNIVAL, 1 LB. CAN.. ?-. .. .. .. .*>,.'\o.. ..40s :! immediately following
The Hum of Mrs. H. S. Simpson, CARNIVAL 2 LB CAN.. .. .. .. .. ..'.... ...- ,...75cCARNIVAL 1.rc.. the undersigned: do hereby:
I I 3 LB CAN.. .. .? .. ?.. .. .. .. ..$1.00 .
20 W. Belmont Street f CRACKER JACK, BULK. LB.. .. .. .. .. ... -.20c associate ourselves and become incorporated
use his best endeavors to secure a ,
under and
the name styfe
NEW EANS"MOBILE AND 1'.1 occasion. Orders for. Vegetables filled in any quantity. :
for this this
ship port on Court Holds that Bonds :
Nite 10. Supreme of THE PENSJLCOUA. CEMENT

CHEZ ARE ALSO TO HAVE The call senator upon the immediately secretary of proceededto the navy Saturday February :< Landrum$" and -Bobe are :f, ',14 W Garden ':LAZ J ACO BYThe Popular. + STONE COMPANY, with its place of
men -
THE SAME with the result that a' ship will be Phone 183. business at Pensacola. Fla-
VESSEL FROM present represent. the navy, although Every woman In'the'klub., an anywun j : .. ..................... .............111NNNN111N111111NNN1 :. The general nature of the business t 0

SQUADRON-ONE BATTLESHIPAND : : which ,one is not ;yet known' els who kin. is axed-ter.ware a ; Not:Responsible. : to be transacted shall ba the
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but it is hoped that It will be the calerker dres an apem or ..snnthinkarly .
THREE MONITORS COM. -":., : buying selling and manufacturing, of
Texas. aproperate.' decision by tK*. supreme'court of, +. ............. .....o..t cement and its manufactured products
P08E THE FLEET. f Florida has just fceen renderflrf WIDen ,
I Afraid of Strong Medicines. The hul klub wil! Interdace strangers U of more, than ordinary interest to and all materials necessay to be used

I Many people suffer for years from an luk arter bashful fellers., Pcnaacolians as well as residents of : MARION CURRY & CO. 1 in .such manufacture; and the buying
rheumatic pains and, prefer to do so 11 :
of the
that i i
Escambta county It is appeal and selling of other builders suppliesand
The foUowing very welcome Info- I rather than take the strong medicines: Sdnthin ter ete is extrjv: Phnn wil of E3cam &' UDty in the cases :[ ,
tJi'-'Dn' wa" received last night by The usually given for rheumatism, .not Tickets fe. .Jdstice of the materials, the owning, using renting
kummense at 7 p. m. inter >! Jas: Landruni;' .t :
Cournal over the 'Assoeia.too' Press what, quick relief from. pain buying, selling and mortgaging of
knowing the haul 10 cents.TOURIST. peace and Chas ,P.,,. Botoe, co table. : 16,18,20, MANRESA STREET, +
'*'ire regarding orders just issued by may be had by applying Chamber The decision Upholds that of the :. + real estate and personal property, and
the na\i department: lain's Pain Balm and without taking lower court* which' 'was rendered by ,: PENSACOLA FLORIDA. : the doing of any and aU things nec-
"\Vashington, Feb. Instructions any medicine internally. For sale by i idge Parkhill then circuit judge essary or convenient for the carryingout
Dave> been siren Admiral Dickens all druggists, 'who-,held'that' the bondsmen of thane i the purposes of the said business.
commanding: : the Coast Defense squadron CLUB two officials were not responsible for f WHOLESALE 3. The amount of the capital stockis

to send a portion of hjs squadron Tl* London Pallre.' suf.-fees that,.might be illegally col- : fixed at ten thousand dollars divided .. as
10 the Mardi Graa celebrations at -- into one hundred shares of the 1"
Vensacola, New Orleans, Mobile and When the toLeiue was first broached lected.The .couatycotpmissIoners,7? someyears par value of one hundred dollars each, t
I fierce opposition developed to thetablisbm'ntot i Grain and Feed Stuffs
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Jiatchez: London's since declared that fees had Hay j to b! paid for in cash.
Well Known Here. metropolitan been illegally collected by these officials 1 4. The said 'corporation shall exist
NEW
I police, in September.. 182 Police to ELECTED
.Admiral Dickens is well known in and ordered that suit be brought + for a term of ninety-nine years.
,P'-nsacola and has many intimate 1, patrol the streets ef London? Such a against their bondsmen for the Only Exclusive Dealers in West Florida. Any Quantity. ;: 5. The business of the company
friends scheme was "repugnant to the,spirit of amounts collected from the county. i shall be conducted by a board of three'directors
in this city. He was for severat '
'earajcommandantof the Pensaco- English,law and to tae theory of free This 'Was done, and the case remained ,ExperiencedGrades. Prices ,Right. Grades Pe lect. and a president vice-presi

la nan yard! and was one of the most government," according: to an editorialIn OFFICERSInreresting I in,the circuit court for ;some time, t Trial! Order Solicited. Write for Prices. : dent general manager secretary andtreasurer.
pmmlar stationed the Standard of the day. "As a sys.tem when Judge Parkhill declared that the The directors shall be
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commanding officers
298. P. 0. Box 661.
telephone
-'''ere t>tnce the departure of Captain of clandestine intelligence the bondsmen could not be held responsible : elected at the annual meeting of the

Tieisingsr! lies well acquainted with thing; is complete it went on. "The even though such had been done. N11NN 1-- / .............................11i1N1/ company to be held on the first Monday .
: The county then ordered that the -- in January of each year and (emery
1e harbor and what size ships can low constable is Instructed to make
be appealea'{', which was done and after the granting of letters patent
,. case year
eater: this port as well as New Orleans himself acquainted with the inhabitants
Mobile and Natchez and will Meeting Was ,Held yesterday it was passed upon by thesupreme ; the remaining officers to be elected .
of house within his beat
every affirmed the decision
court which directors at held t
the meeting
by ( a
210 the Mubt select those that can enter Dd.bow is this information to be'obtained Yesterday Afternoon at Cham' of the lower court. ? immediately after adjournment of the
ports with safety DoWMe
booby the pumping of the sen- Quinine stockholders' meeting. Until those

The Fleet. u.ta or- Df.. ...f.. ber of Commerce Rooms ,, No pills is as pleasant and positive 1 elected at the first election! shall pe ;
The Coast Defense squadron! which a 'DeWitt's Little Early Risers. These qualified, C Gunter Elmore shall be )
Ja now at Charleston composed of "I regret to say remarked the young Famous Little Pills:are so mild an:! It's 10 to:1 you do ii you are a victim '- president and general manager, JP. H. 1 ;

the flagship 'lexas and monitors. physician, *"that you hare peristaltic the inclemency of.l effective that children delicate ladies of malaria. Elmore Jr., shall be vies president
FQ.1: Arkansas and .Nevada, all of nennlemma. The symptoms are un Notwithstanding ani weak people enjoy:their cleansing Don't Do It. I'a Dan*erou.. ,-, and Ludlow Elmoro shall be secretary j
"hkh nave been in this harbor during : the weather there was a good attendance they 1
people '
mistakable. while strong say ,
l effect and ti-easwrer-
of admit it will maia.rla. but it leaves
the I at the meeting tie Tourists We'll core '
past few years.Secured "Dear me!" exclaimed tbe-utonlshl'd' Club held at 'the Chamber of Commerce are the test liver'! pills '501.d. Never almost deadly after effects.HERBINE' 6. The said corporation shall at
by Mallory. in the world is peristaltic ( itself to
T" patient. "What' yesterday afternoon. The iteet-: gripe. no time subject a higher
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matter of warship
securing a '
doctor? of indebtedness
neurilemma, amount or liability
fe Ponsacola's] big Mardi Gras celebration 'lug was held for toe purpose of electing i
"It sir. the disease from which you GREEK ATHLETES. than thirty thousand dollars.
;was taken recently by Sec- is. officers for the ensuing year: .and
up ** the M. 7. The names and residences of
answered -
joung -
eta\- Jones of the Chamber of Com- are suffering the following officers were elected; t
Ti.\Vitr Ther )U. sad the St1e ef the subscribers and the amount of ?
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rrrewho; wired Senator Mallory to D. baugbtily.-Chicago'News. President-O. F. Crall of Ashland ia pnre1y.Tegetable and absolutely guaranteed
subscribed for by each of the
I Track Tfcy 1.41. biliouaitess stock
sick ,
I Ohio. to euro malaria headache
First Viee..Presldent-. B. Leis, "Iii the faot..races of the ancient gad all stomach,kidney and liTer cwaplaiats. 1 subscribers Is as follows: .1 1C
7 Gunter Ehrvore, Pensacola Fla.,
of Jacksonville Ill. Greeks says -writer, "the shape of
r : TiJ-- Second Vice-Presldettt W. )Ic. the stadium caused a great difference :TRY IT TO-DAY. 90 shares. $9000.00. _

I Cleave, of La rence\ille. III. .: iince it was not circular, bet long and 50 Cento a.Bottle All Drvggista. F. H. Elmore Jr. Montgomery Ala, '
Third VIcs-President W. Craig, narroKV; with one or both ends cemicir* 5 shares, $500.00.
Ludlow Elmore: osaoola.. Fla.. ,S
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Blind Headache"About Wurdson. IIISecretaryIss tular. Consequently the runners hrVt .
ALL share. $500.00.In
OHveiV., JIcKec.'of: DRUGGISTS.
< take a harp turn at the end of each witness whereof the before mm.

Falrburg, Ill.Tr'asurE'rThomas. Jap whilt. except at the turn they were boned subscribers have hereunto set
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a year ago," writes Mrs. Mattie Allen, of I1LExecutive Embrot of Jack running A straight coarse Evidently --- their hands. '
with sonville. this! turn needed much practice for tbe C. GUNTER EIMORlF.
"I I suffered' : \ t
Ga.
1123 Committee -- Thomas _
Broadway, Augusta, i -7.- .
the old vases show athletes .
picture en H. ELMORE. JR.
y backaches and could get ; Crawley. luseoia..; J. -T.. Youns.Westville. OF?
blind, sick headaches and Ohio; James S. Pierce .to- practicing this one part of the race asa LUDOW EI lOn& ti
t no relief until I tried line lit kind of drill, taking each movement State or Florida Eacambia County.

Entertainment Comrnitteer-J.. K separately.. Before the subscriber appeared 0.
DicKerson. Lawrnceville, Illliiss*. "In early times, when all the runners Gunter Elmore and Ludlow Elmore,
s turned round the name post the turn known to me to b* the individuals de
WINE Irma Haight. New Yorh;; Miss Lola
Hulette, Wlnterset, Iowa; Mrs. J.'K' gave opportunities for foul play and scribe and acknowledged that they
CARDUIWoman's I Louisville there stories of one competitor tripping r executed the foregoing! articles of association
are
Cutter Ky. take the celebrated cure, Botanic Blood Balm (B. B. for the us and purposeJ,
It was decided to charter the tug : Another at the post or seizing him
OF I It is all in the world need to effect a perfect therein expressed.:
'j B.) you
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boat Monarch the weather permitting, !by> hair to prevent winning ,
to make a trip to the lif, saving station But later, in the shorter distances at and lasting cure. Even; the most obstinate Given under my hand and seal offl-

navy yard and out into the gulf!, ieasv:: each: runner had. his owu tract \veepins andscaly form of eczema have been permanently dal this 23rd day of January A. D.
Relief _
tomorrow morning at nine o'clock returning :,tod post to turn round and probablythe ", ii cured-cases which resisted the united efforts 1SC6. PATILLO CAMPBELL. }

at three o'clock p. m.l.htorarr separate; 'courses.'were roped off in I 11 :of scores of medicines, and many doctors. I Notary Publle.

I immediately commenced to improve., and f much' 'the-same-way ,is they are now 1' Hundreds of: testimonials substantiate this state. { My commission expires Dec. 14th, t

now I feel like a new woman, ang wish to A Coilaela..H r"My In sprint races. For.fhe start elaborate". 1)' II ment. If y want. a cure instead of a costly ex- ;! 1907.i .

recommend it to all sick-wromef, for I father, W. Clark Russell* Sail< ''I" arrangements were made and at Olym- '[ ::perimentj 1 call for Botanic Blood Balm, and accept F
pia.the; stozxo slabs are still tope seen
Herbert Russell in telling of a literaryCoincidence : A for
substitute. never-failing cure eczema.
WRITE V know it will cure them,as it did me. -had finished maturi:1: :.the il" with'ttn' grooves at' regular: intervals ." no 1NOTICE ;

Cardul is pure medicinal 'extract of plot of his novel The Death hlp.' that bad to be toed at starting. .:-,- Price $1 per bottle at aU druggists, or sent on receipt

US .which ,relieves which Is a version of the legend oran: -' "Gn'ek'lon!'; distance men ran In the qfprkc. 3 bottles for$2.50 6 bottles for$S.OO.
FREELY vegetable herbs.. derdecken. 1 was bis amanuensis! at most approved, style! of tile present I The Woclley Sanatorium,the only tastltuta -
female BOTANIC BLOOD BALM CO., Atlanta, G*. In the United States where the t
regulates day. But _
the apparently *
female sprinters njployed -
and frankly, describing V pains, the time. lIe said to me, Tomomnr Opium Cocaine and Wiskey habits ;+
your we win functions,toneSU lieorg ns we will begin> the story OuJtbe.foV\ a considerable amount of urn can be cured without exposure, and
consider health. lowing a morning when 1 entered, his action and took very long steps, nslcgwe for the patient
of Only
much ease
youreeadvi
state itb so
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.sealed to a proper >f qn to the toes. Then there,.was the t
yo p study to take bis dictation of tfe* open-, 30 ,days time required. Describe
eon ape). Don't hesitate, but Try it foryyolk' trQUQle. lug lines he showed me a tetterh had race jn armor, an event highly praised your case and I will write you an \
write today. A&lress Ladies' MviwryDept. Every 8gtst tom.'It Just reeeii e. It :was from W: ,'Gilbert !- by several i of the Greek writers as a I>> opinion as to what I can accomplish ;

., The Chattanooga'Mftli- '. in 1.00 b0 tiles. the well known dramatist, asking_ valuable preparation for war and I !for you-" Ask your family physician i .
doe Co., Chattanooga,Tenn. $ him why he did :not, write a novel. which Is supposed to explain the ta. to inv Usate. Dr. B M. WooUey. 1M
abopt'iho'TiJ1z UctCJintka."ta mou running charge of the Athenians N. Pryor Street Atlanta OLt
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j PEOPLE and EVENTS .* i 1SINTIILCI1YPROMINEkI Old Soresthat refuse toteal- area' constant AND THE UNDERMINE HEALTHmenace

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TALLAHASSEEAN

I Seen Heard and Done Among Those Who Go Come and jj LE ; draining the system of its very life fluids and those afflicted with erne K(,f

,, GUEST, OF DR. BLOCKER FOR these ulcers grow despondent and almost desperate as one treatment af.
I.. AE another fails. They patiently apply salves, washes, plasters etc -

: Tarry & Women and Society Here and Elsewhere. \ CN : FEW DAYS. spite of all these the sore refuses.to: heal and eats deeper into the surroea, bti!d?

ing flesh destroying the tissues and growing to be festering, infianedan J

: K I I angry mass. The source of the trouble is in the blood. This vital fluid .

D. By E. NELLIE BECK. Telephone 689. Jxi Hon, W. A. Rawls. ,the well known;.': "filled with impurities and poisons which are constantly being dischar H

We assortment of Talla3a s ean" Is In the city for-a few I', into the sore or ulcer, making it impossible the place to heal, it will VI
carry
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8sss3ttuatsn% xs5a *tMRS. a large days, the' gust ,of his friend, Dr. for
external applications a cure because
Teas and can please most any one do to depend on they do not
: along, the Tea Une. Give us a trial I.Louis de1%. Blocker. impressed with I I I the real cause, and valuable! time is lost experimenting with such treatment read
REEVES HOSTESS 'Mr, Bawls is greatly
Some of our leaders: Pcn- the most they can do is keep the ulcer clean. Any sore that will not heal *

,OF LARGE CARD PARTY 7fie Journals Dany Fashion Feature OUR OWN BLEND ANDz LB. the sacola great, ig, making business and strides with wnlca,the prosperity ; i dangerous,.for.the: ;reason that it may have the deadly germs of Cancer behind;i
AT THE COUNTRY CLUB. \\ be about
of her people 'which b apparent it.' A cure can brought only through a remedy that can change the
Mrs. 'Lucius J. Reeves gave one of PKGS., 15. AND 30 CENTS. 'on all sides. He thinks the city quality of the blood and_ this is what S. S. S. does. It goes to the
the largest and, notwithstanding the 1 : of the trouble drives out the poisons and very
has look waich he bottom ; with which
the germs
most prosperous it
TETLEY'S TINS 50
BX it
I disagreeable most enjoyable BEST:, yz ,
f weather ,
a- ; ;1' ; : GENTsi has ever witnessed in It and: he, with filled, and purifies and builds up the entire cL.
card parties of the season Tuesday
Flordians in general, has big Ideas > culatipn. By the use of S. S. S. the
card sorts
night at the Country Club the .
room being beautifully decorated witu ; i ", A GOOD MHCED TEA AT 60c LB. Mr. Hawl Is one of the most prominent 's S."S', supplied with new, rich blood which corr !

r( greenery. 'i i lUrs in the history of Florida: : the trouble,soon stops the discharge,and allot
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politics and
After seven enjoyable games it was y',1", ROSENAU & 'G RELDS ; place naturally and pennanetiT
t found that Mr. Malcolm Yonge and ,;":;' state. He was at one time! chairman PURELY VEGETABLE;S. S.also reinvigorates: entire system,Sj

)!rs. II. G. D; Silva had won tbe t The of the state democratic executive commltte where the constitution has been depleted

: first prizes. Judge E. C. Maxwell and -- Fancy Grocers, ? and he was a particularly active broken down fit quickly builds it up and restores perfect health. \'ritkr M

Miss Marion Suter the consolations. ",, : a. Phome 391. Pe"sacola.. factor to the great Chipley-Call, cur speciaN 'k on sores and ulcers, and any medical advice you are in
fight of ag'o. At the last, zerj'Sri
After the refreshments-which were ten years
:: .- -- -- BO charge for either. THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO.
THy delightful every particular; -- session of the state( 1 isgislature Mr i ; ATLANTA, faI
t had been served the gussts enjoyed YOU CAN HAVE A THEATRE AT Rawls represented Leon comity in
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an hour of dancing, returning to the ,HOME I the house and he Is now a candidate I .- --- -- -

city about midnight. It- Is novel attractive and practicalIt I for the state senate from, that district., .................................................
Among the eighty guests present Ha expect? to return to Tallahassee I! .
: 'were Miss Irene Gonzalez. Mrs. A. F. should appeal to every thrifty and Saturday..,
Jlallory and Miss Mallory, Mr. anI saving p!rson. because you can work SS

Mrs. C: H. DIshman. Mis; Julia and better for having spent a. pleasant! Startling But True. I Room I

:Miss Mattie Whiting Miss Lillie Taylor '(II. evening, especially if the pleasant People, thg world over wera horrified [I Dining Elegance. S

Mr: C. I*. Shine Judge!: and Mrs. evening has been spent by your .u4'n 'on learning of the burning of a

Charles Swayne. Mr. and Mrs. !John I fireside. The other members of your Chicago theater in which nearly six: 4C

C. )trery. ilr. and Mrs. W. K. Hyer, home will also have the same enjoy hundred people lost their [lives yet;
ment. This with I The dining room Is where jou. "do the honors"times thr .
Jr., Mrs. O.Stuart, Miss Marion Suter, is all possible a more than flv' times this number or'!
Mr. and Mrs.valker Anderson. Vice.Consul Victor Talking Machine or Edison I died from : eyery day. In dining room furniture le show :
and Mrs. Donally aDd their sister Phonograph. Hundreds of new records over 3.000'people pneumonia ; what w!, are confident is tne most artistic, the newest .

f Ml! .a Uncles tot England), lrli1. -tae dollar ones now going for in Chicago during the same year, i and most perfect.
notice. :
\ Everyone
jg\\ \ \ \ with scarcely a passing |
and Miss Caldwell]) Captain and Mrs.V. \ sixty cents. Dally recitals at Our! of these casts of pneumona! .re-; .
\ H. Norttrup. Dr.:and Mrs. J. Walter t'' store free. New sheet music received 6S
Hfgin, Mrs. Fernald ana' niece. Mr. almost and half suited from cold and could have been I i
daily at published. prevented by the timely use of Chamberlain's i Sideboards Dining Tablesand !
and Mrs. H. G. De SUn Mrs. Strube prices. Remely' A ,
Cough : great
3fr Malcolm Yonge. Judge and Mrs. CLUTTER MUSIC HOUSE, ,
who had to fciri 4
Bellinger. Mrs. J. R. Keller! Mr. A. Florida. many every reason
,Pensacola,
4uJiIH pneumonia have warded it off by tbe ; -
A. Brook. )Ir, Sam Pasco Mr. and Chairs
; 3ra. lllx Robinson, Mr. and Mrs. prompt use of this remedy The fol-j! I !

Campbell Avery, Mr. and Mr' Evelyn and enabling a congenial party to forget jowing U an instance of this sort: 'j

., C Maxwell, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Gra- t I the wretched weather preva.1lfn'goutide. "Too much cannot be said in favor' ofchamberlain's II : 'ever produced.! Onr "Buy now.- Pay Later" pats you In .

barn Mrs. John K. Stillman and sis Besides the hostess those: Cough Remedy, and especially possession at once., sideboards $1:',to $65. Tables! $U3 : ,:
ter Mrs. Coulter of DeLand. Mr. F. W present were 'her cousin and guest: for colds and influenza I f 2 C to f 30. Chairs 75 cents to $5.00. 4

: J'8h.,Mm. T. 111cGourin and niece Miss Ellis. Miss Mamie Ward. Mr.; know that it cured my daughter Lauraof t i :
Miss Gilchrist. Mr. George Blount. czynin George Emory Mr. C. Sandusky, Mr. a severe coldS and I believe! saved!

Mrs. A: C. Blount. Mrs. Superveille (of Jack Reese and Mr. Ed1 De Kujsy. her life when she was threatened wltn

I Cuba), Mrs. and Miss Perry' (of Ft. -- pneumonia? W., D. Wilcox Logan. f MARSTON & QUINA, i

Barrancas). Mrs.! ,Chunn. Mrs. Tracy I \,. 1 Mrs. W. D. Sears is entertaining two New York. Sold by' all druggists.
Mrs. IT H. Thornton. Dr. and Mrs. H.
guests her sister Miss 'Pauline Wever .
Li Simpson. Mrs. William Knowles.3Trg. NEW FIRM WILL OPEN' 1O811O'S. Palafox St. Phone 148, Pensacola! Fia.
of High Springs Fla., and :Mrj. Bertha ,
:: T. V. Kcwler and Mrs. W. DeC. -1i, hit\ Yarn .of South Florida. FOR BUSINESS SOON i i
i. KeeslerMr.. Knowle Hyer. Mia -

others.Daisy .flyer, Mrs. E. E. Saunders and Mrs. E.:'J. Phillips-.-and sonS Mr. E. L. Henry White ;;;; James Nix, two :.........................................+.....o .:

\ : very prominent and popular young
-4PENTCONWAY. Phillips of Atlanta are in the city fora
mn who have been with the John
fii iTii few days the Quests of air. Tom
) Whits Store tor'many years past are PHONE 183.
Phillips'on East Government street.
There was a quiet wedding Jn St. kW t1Thi 1U soon to, branch out in business for

.- Michael church Monday afternoon at fNiA !; i % 'X''r ; ,. ,' *. themselves. The new firm will be
-. -; i 3:50, Rev. Father Fullerton officiating 1 Hon. Charles i{. Coston's many opened in a few weeks and their stock NEW METHOD LAUNDRY
In .the presence of a few relatives, the friends regret to learn that he has will'consist of hats, shoes clothing,
happy couple being Mr.: William been confined to the.house for several
Oon- gents' furnishings, etc., and will be
I and Miss Florence RAINY-DAY days by illness and trust he will be '
roy. Pent. COSTUME. I located' In the building recently vacated f. W. LAWflClVCe Praprlflir. No 9 West Cawsis Sf. Penifoola. Ha

the MF congratulation.ana! 'iirs. 'uonroy of their are friends.receiving The eton jacket Is admirably adapt" cut perfectly plain and Is attached to ture.able to get about in 1 the.. very nears. fu- by J1:. M, Andersen's Jewelry ___u____ __ h_ __ n_ _ __ ___ _
Store on Palafox street.; The stock
-- ed to the rainy-day costume which is the high'girdls in the back and aroundto >....
will be the test and these two popular -
MRS. H. G. De SILVA'S BRIDGE fast usurping the rainy-day coat. The the under-arm seam, tb.9 fronts Miss Ellie Baker and, niece. Miss I young men will make things lively in
FOR MRS. LAMAR. standing out from the figure. A collaris Annie Maher haTe Mobile and i Under
fact that the rainy-day suit may be_ 'goneto their line in Pensacola. Again (he
: Mrs. H. G. De Silva entertained a in fair outlined! with double rows of the {Cew Orleans to spend. :several month Their numerous friends wishing I
small of worn weather as well as foul brai. which is also used in suspender are LEWIS HOUSE Management
, party lovely women Wednesday without proclaiming aloud its waterproof them all) kinds' of success.
effect back and front and joined
under -
Clara McCo
Mrs.
afternoon with bridge complimentary qualities makes it favorite >yarrived__ Saturda1evening Mrs. HeleaLcvvU
a the arms by crosswise strips. Thelegomutton '
,
is a
to Mrs p. W. Lamar's charming and the"guest of Mrs. Coo
The Best .
with the best dressers. In the Physic.When
model
} MM. sleeve is tucked to the ton where her friends her
guest Lucius Lamar. are giving
I
Therewere four tables of accomplished picture the cloth is green in color,' -elbow, the high flaring cuff braid almost an ovatIons Vb 'cordial, is1 their r you want a physic that Is I New Re-Painted Re-Papered and Thoroughly Rerjotfated.Especially : .
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one of thos2 soft rich oliva greens, trimmed; and the hat is one of those welcome. mild and gentls, ,easy to take and certain -
players and the result
: most Interesting was the :braid in a darker shade. The little French affairs, a huge eoque -- to act always use Chamberlain's Convenient for Tra'nEti't Trade. I

J: Mrs. Hyer won the heaa'/ prize a skirt IK cut with 11 gores the front pompon set on the front of the crown, The Baptist U sionary"So lety will 1 Stomach and Liver Tablets. For sale I OPPOSITE UNION DEPOT,_ PENSACOLA, FLORIDA.
all
picture. Mrs. C. W. Lamar the second panel being pleated and stitched halfway ribbons trimming the high back.cacfie. meet this afternoonat: 3:30 4tth )dre. by druggists. ,

prize a lovely piece of porcelain, and down. The little eton jacket is peigne. W. M. Loftin 513 North Guillemarde.i SOL, CAHN' CO.'S ADVERTISING
iMifls! Mattie Whiting --- "
captured the .i I IS HIGHLY
booby a porcelain rose candlestick Annie Lee Watson of Ft., Valley !- COMPLIMENTED
F After the awards a delfghtfu] lunit \- ing tiasting without.gloom and dampness prevail there was a bountiful repast consisting Ga., is the charming guest,of Mr. E.i: B. ACOST & CO. Prompt delivery to any part ol the
of The 'attractive
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cheon. the salad course including the sandwiches and coffee. Among and Mrs. E. R. Cobb. advertising which city.
c most toothsome of oyster patle was The lovely function was a pretty: those present were Misses A. Schulman .; Sol Cahn & Co. have been running in I Office and Yard-!:! to 28 N. Tarragona -
.4- all the farewell to the honoree who 'has be M., Menko. T. Stone ':P. Bloom The Journal has called: forth a it". ... .and Retail Beaten In
very
enjoyed more from the conFriday's Mr. R. "L Kearsey of Afcany; Ga. SL, Pensacola, Fla. Phone 363-
come extremely popular with the H. Dinklespeil. M. Rosenau, S. Kahn, I is in the city guestfof'his sister Mrs complimentary letter from Chase' &:
friends of her 'hostess. R. Levy K. Cashman Sanborn. the big coffee house of BosI
; Messrs. E. E. R. Cobb.. -
Those playing wer, Mrs. Lucius La-f Harrison, L.. Jacoby, B. Phlffer, R. I ton. A firm like that knows what COAL WOOD AND ICE
; mar and her hostess Mrs. C. W. La- Gundersheimer good
S. advertising is when
Kahn B. L. Gunder- and one of
mar, Mrs. \V. K. Hyer. Ur., Mrs. Mai-! sheimer, S. Lightman P. Klein, A. Miss Lottye Rice of Century, JetlWro'nesday I ; them deems an advertisement meritorious _____ ___ ___ _______ c _, _
lory Kennedy, Mrs. C. H. Dishman Kahh noon for home after a love
M. Levy, F. LeD.. and G. enough to warrant a special l
lyvisit of several weeks with herbrother
Mrs\ Gunter Elmore, Mrs. J. Walter Gundersheimer H. Berlin., H. Green. letter about it, the fact epaks well

\ IIIgglns; Mrs. F. W. Marsh, Miss Julia -tut B. Bodenheimer, E. Goldatucker, Charles J.and Rice.sister Mr. and Mrs for both, tils advertiser and the paper! I Va1 :n.tin... s I

i and Miss Mattie Whiting Mrs. H. A. Strauss, H. Harrison, D.. Cashman., I
r A. Brosnaham Mrs. W. J. Forbes, Mrs. -4MRS.STEPHENSILL Thousands of them here from 1 cent to $1.25.
Mrs. W. M. Morgan of Pine Barrenis
W.and R Mrs.Gonzalez.W. LT. Feltus Miss Fannie of Mississippi.Caldwll AT FT. PICKENS: I' visithrg her daughter Mrs. W. L. IT IS A PARASITE. I Mechanical Valentines, 5 and 10 cents. Rag 3

The &uest prize, a souvenir stein, Owing to continued illness Mrs.'I Morgan. That Causes*--4 Finally.Itching Scalp,Hair.Dandruff,I Time.50 cents. Fancy Valentines in boxes, 25c
+ Falling
will be a pleasant reminder to the Stephens of Ft. IPickens will be unable The itching to J.25. Postal Card Valentines 2 for 5 cents.Coe's .
honoree of the pleasant occasion. :Miss Cosgrove left Wednesday noon scalp the falling hair I
to receive I
her
-4- guests on Thursday. .1' for Brookhaven Miss., to attend the' the dandruff that annoys are the work
'jnner. I LOVELY SIX HAND --4- wedding Dr. Cummins and Miss Nellie of a parasite hidden in the scalp. That : i E3c)<> B-tc>re.

Miss Chaffee entertained a few I McGrath. Before returning Mis? parasite most; be killed to cure dandruff Ph.n. 235. 213 S_". Pmlaftx Street :'en.acols.
FOR MRS. W. deC. KESSLER. friends last I'
I evening in the most ; and the
Cosgrove will visit in 'New Orleans, only preparation that

I Mrs. T.afternoon V. KesslerU for card the party bride Wednesday her- an charmingly impromptu Informal"Welch way discussing where she .will be the carnival guestof "will do that. is Nawbro.s Hernicia'e.: __-- __, __ .. _., __ ____ c.o
rabbit"-with delightful Dr. and Mrs. William Seaman. !>estroy' the caute- you remove theetfect ; r---
*J Will b + TO IMPROVE AND PRESERVE YOUR BEAUTY
Kessler was a very lovely affairthat C. H, Reed of ,
Victor, Idaho :
says I a.
fish Items are carefullyselected. A crowd of young people chaperoned
attracted and
a jolly congenial partyof "Myself) wife
and had dandruff andtaIUn' USB
by Mrs. E. R- Cobb on Tuesday .
ladles to "Hollywood" the Kessler
r i Following are BUTTERMILK.A spent a delightful day at Ft. BarrancasThe hair several years.' Two bot- '
home on the bayshore. I tles'of.Newbro's Herpicide completely NADINE FACE FCWCER( [
guests of honor Miss Annie
were
: !' a few items which we There were five tables of six hand Surer Way'Out. cured us. after several other preparations -
Lee Watson of ?t. Ballast, Ga., Miss I 15 GREEN BOXES O'"L"-
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euchre the entire series of tames be- The "buttermilk fad, which' Its followers had failed to do 'good." Makes '
have to offer:. ing played with social as well as scientific insisted was the cure for all Louise Weldon and Mr. R. I*. Kearsey hair'grow glossy and soft as silk. Hun- SUPERIOR IN QUALITY HARMLESS
of Ga.
spirit that was most enjoyable, the ills that human flesh is heir. to, Albany dJ'edsof; other testimonials just as WATER.
the prizes being very dainty. has pretty well haa' its day. c strong. 'For" -!31e by W. A. D'Alem- -wr NADINE Face Powder U compounded all4
Mrs. GUJ Eitzen the first which In the account of the outing to the porifl d by a srri.r PIWOTERT: : TOOCH -
won
TJloader Mackerel each....30cMactoerel Buttermilk is a,pleasant and healthy bert druggist and' apothecary 121 Prodnnra bfoautttul. .ort Telrrty 8!>
it
Morgan country place yesterday
was a gold pin in the form of a crescent -drink, but there are a whole lot of desirable South Palafox street, or send lOc. iu --' '- .. peiranes. which remains until w. lied! "I.
2 for. .........25c II with a spray of orange blossomsin things that i It cannot do. A should have been "Mr. insteaa of stamps for 'sample to The .wa.wiel_, t', Ladies who use Nadine F&e!' Powder in KTtboxefl +
the Nebr. | "Mrs." W. H. Morgan. A* ""Mr. Morgan Herpicide 1 are sane the emnploxioa mill be '.JfTnd

Mackerel, :3: for............25c j i Mrs. curve.A. F. Mallory won the second more worth woman while.found She something says: much. is highly eligible one of his guest Co., Detroit, Micr. 4 ;-e. 'S 'O' DUALITY loTHy! UNkQUALEO.at rlotw* of th eflU'STHS Buy n'5'! ..",
.
a' who wrote the account wishes the mistake h_ --- '' add If Mat) 501A
prize silver and gold bonbon spoon. "Three years ago stomach ; 3. '-' -- package you are not !ntir Iy !
Whole Codfish,, pr pound...lOc | Miss Gilchrist captured the consola. lu such my was I corrected as it might interfere ::1 .14t: noUfy us. an.1 we 'will promptly BtrCSB:
a frightfulcondition'thatIcould '
I '0 :t J YOUR MOXET.
Fatbmab'Roe Herring, each.5a II I I ition an unique Chinese placque. scarcely bear to take any foodat I with that hospitable 'gentleman's pres- -- '- 4. Hold by Imding druggists, or mail't Pnc w?
I' A luncheon of two Delicious courses all. Indeed there was once that I sent popularity among the young -la ; cents. White S!leah,J'lAk.Brunet

one of salads the other of sweets la' went for 14 days without a morsel of dies. I'f THEHAPPIEST' ,1 4r.11f Prepared byNaflona'
[ eluding orange cream and served in nourishment .
prefering '
starvation Td"
S Toilet Co. Paris,
a In addition we have Brook Mrs. Charles Born entertained( the '
orange baskets, was delightfullyserved. the acute agony that I suffered when I this ,y1THE NADINOLA GIRD, tioldtnP.naeolsbyaUleadtogdrugvLti +
New Ladies pleasantly
Trout in tin; Imported I I ate'an.thing.. And all this entailed I City very H -
week. Delicious refreshments were
+ upon; me almost constant headaches F MENARE ..,.....,._ ,_ ,_ _
seventh of n
Sardines in oil DANCE FOR WORTHY CAUSE II and served 'after the game .
;; ;. Import. nervousness. My condition was
I A GREAT SUCCESS.The truly pitiable. Flinch and a charming social hour i011i11 i __ .

,- ; ed Sardines with Tomatoes dance given In. C. K. of A. Hall '"The aoctor warned me that" coffee ensued. The next meeting will' 'bl! Cooking and i
Tuesday night by a committee composed I. drank with Mrs. F. M. Williams when' the '
was chiefly responsible for '
1 ; YoungAmerica of the following ladles: this condition and ordered me to drink: gentleman also will be entertained WELL- Sewing.Cooking IF YOU'VEAN

; Cheese, New York Cream Mrs. Horsier. Mrs. Soderqulst, Mrs. buttermilk instead. But I despised FEO- I
N. McKenzie Qerting, Mrs. Appleburg, buttermilk and could no( brio's myself I The many admirers of Mrs. Lucius; vegetables, meats, salads, EYE
-- 1\ and everything which afine Mrs. Phillips, Mrs. Jacobson Mrs. to use It."Then Lamar, of Mexico who has been so delightfully MENTHE desserts, pastry. cakes, candles,' _

Helen I Lewis, and Miss Daisy Welsh I was vised'to'try' Postum feted while visiting her sis oreads. Digestibility of foods, food!

: dinner should con- "'as a great social and financial suc Food Coffee, It has completely 'rent L. ter Mrs. C. W. Lamar on the 'bayshore MEN WHO EAT values, menus, etc. Sewing: drafting, FOR BEAUTYyou
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cess notwithstanding the rainyweather. vated and made over whole regret extremely that she leave today cutting fitting dresimaking. Clashes! !
< talL :Please call my system HERE ARE WELL FED
or phone *The salutary effect on my poor for home. for women and children. 31. A. McIntyre I will appreciate thoroughly

Jn order. The beautiful handkerchief donatedby stomach was simply marvelous, ana' instructor, :301, West, Chase. i the beautifully
: jour Wm. Johnson & Son, for the beat that strainghtened out. ,the' headache Miss Kathleen Hutchinson leaves today :Sfeblw laundered Shirts. Collars
lady dancer was won by Miss Torker- noon to enjoy the carnival In New Hot Biscuits 1 senl
nervousness and other troubles Coffea and Cuffs that
-soon S and we
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I son. and the'gentleman's prize a hand- vanished. For more, than a' year I I[ Orleans. Doughnuts at 5 o'clock every un ;-" : out. Better let us da

some umbrella donates by the Stand- have not felt any distress or pain morning.Kandy. CREW NOTICE.

Sol Cahn & Co ard Clothing Co., went to Mr' James such 'as I once thought wouldTdll me. Mrs. J. S. Roberts leaves to-day fo Neither: the captain, own- yours.

Graham. "I can truthfully say that Postum spend two weeks in Montgomery be era, nor consignees: of the
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-- has brought foregoing to New Orleans for the a Hatasu i Steam
me the blessing of the British ss will be responsible The Star
The Pure Food Store, SUNDAY BOAT RIDE. ; carnival.
perfect health I enjoy. for Jgave' up I Kitchen Cafe for debts contracted
There was a boat ride given on the medicine when I began Its us&"_Name by the crew: .of said Laundry.
Southwell Corner alalos' and UUidcndi bay by the Jewish young men Sun- given by Postum Co, Battle, Creek,: I The finest that money can produce, vessel. .

Pho".I t% day Feb.' 4. on the launch Cupid in Mich. Blue Ribbon Lemon and Vanilla. Absolutely C. I. MARQUAXD, II 11Pensaeola. *
S.Palafox. Phone 999 Phone -
104. 37 Eara.rt St.
honor of the visiting young ladies.A There's a reason.' Read _the little pure goes twice as far and ::. Captain.

stop was made at the navy' yard and book, "The Road to"e: rUe-! in I!gives desseits' the, Blue., Ribbon OULiP TRANSIT CO.. FIit .
also at the life savin-g station where pkgs. .f... <-' Flavor." Consignees;. I -
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$750'FORA: 542m.00: : ,' ,-S iHOOTON'
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Jack Built a House NORTH .HILL LOCATION Gets stores a and coiner two 90 dweUflSUpOn-It t25 which has The two .. &, WATSON.] .' >t,

annual rent 1s ,*sz* peyear. Leaseon Successor to Thos. C.Watsea 6 Cx 1,
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--- 4 lots, taking Jn corner 120 feet by comer store foj two years. If you t------ '\ ;

125, offered for a few days for this good interest' on,-your money !
want Leading' Real Rental
Estate
at an early date that figure. it In, and Insurance Igmcy
pread Mi! fame on toe pac-a olhls- you will more thaj get this prop. < ,
tory until be is 1 taowa toaU the world. RENTS COLLECTED.REAL erty. ij'We : >

'. ESTATE BOUGHT AND SO.LDlESUElTBROOKS you have want any more let;.118 property know about to sell it; If S Two-Story A Few Attractive ,Offerings in Real Estate. i

: > We have several special sums plac- .

With aLittle 1:: ed with us to loan.Jn amounts $100, $1Sooo.OO-A; large brick' building on a good business cornor.S .

$SOO, $SOO and;$1000 and.any amount 7soo.OO-A. large lot, lying west of and bear Palafox 'St. "about' 250 -
204% S. PaltfoxSfc., Fisher. BuildIng.ARGAIP.. over than at ,lowest, market-rates of S ft. front by :J92 ft. dwp. A bargain. ;

Money (i. ( interest Brick Building $7,250.00-Large 2-story brick building, opposite site of New City Hall. i

FIRE INSURANCE: AGENTS. This must be sold at once, or will be withdrawn from market. ,
55,.50.00-Larga
S 2-story dwelling with 10 rooms servants Quarters. .

.F'or he lot, and lots Jess {trouble"tha i Jack had you can L. S. BROWN & CO modern Hill.2SQO.00A. conveniences. Stone sidewalk. Lot SO by 180 ft. West
bullJ
hous ?
l' ,,'e haye a for tale on, one that or will tlic| !hue lots*On> many E** conveniences r North Hill FOR SALE 201Thieaen! Building. on corner or\ South Pafafox St S $ very nice cottage S on North Hayne St.. with lot ,"SO by
; tl%5 ft

S 7, that one of Jack these would lots turn we can green set with you envy.tbe.money"wim With a.deed, which for;, .A halt blockof. This is a good bargain : i$2,'()-pO.OO-Larg9 two-story dwelling on North Davis street Very dfrslrabte. .

f to put the house ground; 7 room house S -
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up '
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S S practically new; windmill D. HALE WILSON 6 CO. For particulars : -$$2jOOO.OO lots on East Hill car line; southern exposure overtook-
barns s ing-bay. One of the East Hill.
and other- .. prettiest building sites on :
out houses. 'Situated S -- apply $1,000.00-Comfortable cottage on Brent Road, near Cotton Compress. 1.
ESTATE to
Pensacola Investment Company ear East Hill car.line. REAL : S $1,100.0.0-F1ve room dwelling, with large lot on corner; East ChaseS

All for the sum of- i street, 5
RENTS AND 'LOANS .'$l,. -Five
a. '!. D'D'ALBaBERJE very.desirable building lots: making a frontage of 200( (
City
Manager.W. ft. near Stoddarfs Place.

KNOWLES President. R. j. SIMPSON Secretary. $2,850X00Will : We have' the following special. bar McDavid-Hyer Company, S LOANS IN ANY AMOUNTS MADE ON REAL ESTATE SECURITY '

J. L STILLMAN, V.-fre and Cen. Manager. KNOWLES BYE, Treasurer. gains in very desirable real estate fora I ON SHORT NOTICE. AND AT LITTLE COST TO ,BOltS -'
carry a mortgageof
Kael Estate, Loans, General lnvesEnenta. $2000.00. This offer few days only. Agents New York _.:. : : 1t.o"

is good for a few days SPECIAL BARGAINS.' Life Insurance ompa 1. < S .iWE'JRESPECTFULLY SOLICIT A SHARE OF YOUR BATRONAGE. .'

215 South Palafox Street, Pensacola, Florida. only.Tips.. S 2 lots }in block174. New.City.. 80x137 AND IF YOUR RENT RETURNS ARE UNSATISFACTORY .
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faction car hnft..t. .*.. ..'.. ... $400.00 8 E. '*Government Street? .PLACE YOUR BUSINESS IN OUR HANDS AND INSURE
-- 3 Mots, corner 16th ave. and ,Gads SATISFACTION. FIRE INSURANCE PLACED IN FIFTEEN OP

: S Pebley den street'. .. ... .....; .. ... $1,000.00 Phone 7CO. Pensacola., :;Fla. THE VERY OLDEST FIRE COMPANIES. IF YOU WAN/T TO
5 lots fronting Toledo square In New Ii' '. '\ -, RSNT A DWELLING OR STORE, OR DESIRE RENTAL .. .AGENT :

WANTED For Cor. Palafox and Romans Sts. City. .. ,.. ,, .... -v., .. .. .. $1,000.00 WE, RESPECTFULLY ASK YOU TO CONSULT US. i
Sale. One,5-room house; with bath and -
---- "" --"- !.., sewers connection. gas in 9very: room; S

\V.\X1 CD-To loan money on your FOR S.\LE-Th.e Lewis Bear Co. are nice neighborhood. If taken at Timber Lands HOOTON & WATSON

j j' ,mal property and household agents for the famous Corno Hen $650 once. -.'. .. .. .. ;'.. .. .. $1.450.00, SS
,0 Mobile Loan Co.. corner Jef- Feed. Finest thing in the world to 6 nouses in bloc 17, West King PHONE 54. SOUTH PALAFOX: STREET. ;

.. .5 5 i uid Zarragossa Sts. make hens lay, Keeps 'em In. goodcondition' ] Buys a,5 room cottage on E. Gregory; Tract renting 130.00 .pec month. WiJl -

"t- S It! too flub $200 cash rest on easy terms. A bar lend 2000.00 of necessary .. $2600.00 For Sale
\ All ofthese propositions ire bar-
-it-l'iiOUSF Pressing gain. '
DYEING. '
t () FOR SALE Paying meat mark gains ,ill b eld. for feyrluays
t and and open a Miscellaneous
.! leaning Club. 118 N. Palafox DIRECTORY
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grocery on East Hill. Good stand. I only., ;
'. M.S. 'I'> J. Davis, Prop. Your pat- S .
Cheap. I $1200For .. ,
AddresS warehouse s.>
0. Qoi 682, City Excellent location on M.r .i vwwwwBrvwww** *** ***!* J
on.up "elicited; satisfaction guaran- feb7. railroad'.track verjreheap.: We have .them. Several splendid. SKIP, 'CH.\NDLERS-1IeKlnzle Oerting Joppa Lodge, No. 6, I. O. O. F,
fd. Careful attention given ladies': a neat( ; ve5..room cottage bath!!' Good 8 per cent mortgages hand.. large and small turpentine locations: ;'&, Co:. wholesale and retail ship Joppa Lodge. No. 6, I. O. O. F..
:annrni.s. Phonel22.. :! =--- Sfeb FOR SALE.-South half block 211, and hall .on E. Hill; .$400 cash, remainder Best kind of investments. I Saw Mills and Saw mill Jo t1ons. chandlers and grocers, only first-class meets every Tuesday evening at 73u: \

fOrfTION! W.-\'TED-White woman fronting 400 feet on 13th street bi on reasonable terms. j'I j Property in all parts of city, vacant Some excellent bargains In large I house' .of kind in Pensacola. !Fair o'clock at Rafford Hall, West Garden
A.tuts position as nurse or cook.for 107.% feet on Bay lew Park; also 3 .iota, corner Gadsden and car line or Improved wanted and for,sale. and small traits of round and boxed :prices .to all; St. Visiting brethren are cordially

mi'iy of good reputation. Apply"1375 south half of block 212. fronting 400 $950. timber lands. vited.
j: (iadsden, St. t Tfetolw* feet on 14th St.. by 137% feet on Bay Five' lots on E. 13th street, near car S '30 S. Palafox St. Large tracts of Mississippi Delta 'FLORIDA\. CURIOSITIES-Sea shells T. IL FLEETWOOD, N. CL '

View Park. ,The only'property adjoin. line, $1250.One S ,phone 234. and Hardwood lands: S shell jewelry l ;,:wood novelties leath- J. \\. OINGLES, S c.Iljan6rn. .
i-oSJTION; WANTEDr-By: competentoookkeeper 'lug Bay View Park that ,is now for block on West Hill, $550. Splendid Use: of valuable property er'goods, Pensacola souvenirs, live and : .
: either as bookkeeper, ; sale. The beautiful view down 'the and fine location: for & Colony or"Stock .stuffed 'AUigators. Goods packed S
.* rk or collector. Have had sis bayou and down the bay can never be Farm In South East Georgia. .TiJady'' for-sblpment Mrs. C. N. MeClure. Pensacola Lodge, No. 3, K. of P.

..ars experience. Can give good ref- obstructed-. V. Clubbs. SOjlj C. R. YAEGER FOR RENTFOR Some of the choicest residence Opera 'House. Building 107 E. meets every Monday evening at 7:39
rfl(r pddr s A.. care Journal. places 1the beautiful little city of Government o'clock at their temporary Castle Hall

'.t tIw'WANTEDfly AUTO IOBILES.-I am agent for the 202 Thiesen Building. Phone 332 SALE CHEAP: AT 'w.ARlU Gt DeFuniak. Springs Fla.'and in Milton )fRS.; L. E. "MIDLER, Fashionable.Dnlssmaker over Ppu stable, W. Inte&dencia St.
white man position asfchon Pope Mfg.Co.,and can sell you .autoj t TON-one four room house with Fla. S ; latest and most Visiting brethren cordially welcomed.
They .. ., ; : approveed J. A. KIRKPATRICK. C. C.'I.H. .
from $500.00 up. costless than back Our prices ,and terms
and
crder cook or'as cook, gardner front gallery; only one year. are reason methods, only. Ladies Invited to'
'if hostlT in gentleman's family. Ad- : horses to keep up. They can be run HELP WANTED old. :Apply to '0: ,R. Wilkins. able.Cal cAlL Room 4, Park Hotel. 7feblw* IIORSLER, K. of R. & ..3Ratnbone

.treK.v Goo. Sinclair 102 S. Adams St in sand or anywhere a horse can go. 8feb2w ;: on or write to*,us. Lodge No.
t Leslie E. Brooks. S Corno-Hen Feed; will make your .
:tehl w. S WANTED-Bright boy to work around FOR RENT.-Elegant 2-story 8-room hens ,1 lay.,and keep them in healthy 30, K. of P, meets every:

W"ED-You to use Corno lien JUST RECEIVED-Large saijpment t ol printing office and learn printers'' I cottage at 318 West Belmont St. Apply condition. Try It .For gale by the.1 Thursday evening at 8:00

r -ed. This makes your hens lay i Imported Olive OIL Retail by pint,. trade., Apply' 1mm lately. :Mayes to Walker Ingtaham at Star Laun [TURNER &AYMARDReal 1wi5Beapo-:_ -. Tfeji S.o'clock in their temporary
auo tatters them. Try it. For sale :galloa or larger'quantity G.. Morasso Printing Co.. 24 W. Government dry.,. 25 an I __ Castle Hall, over Fou stable
: Co. ship chandlers and' Sfeb. I H. PESHON is still at Ihe same place,, W. Intendencia street
> The Lewis Bear Co.. 7feb & grocers.701
FOR RENT.-Elegant two store
South Palafox.1- 4OCt. story I Estate and 14 V. Intendencia. hoes made to Visiting knights ar-e cor. "
u A'Io"TEO.-Yol1r repair .work. .Best WANTEDThreeshort goods solici 5! ''room in new-Star Laundry building order; all kinds of repair work. dially welcomed.
material used; work guaranteed L. : FOR SALE.-Only 4 ,young Boar pigs tors. 'Solomon Furniture' Co. 8fet I! E. Garden street. Apply Walker In- : Abstract Company Gfeb w* J. D. KIRK, C. C.
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.( Pcshon, Shoemaker 'and Repairer sired by. Duke of Florida 8923 | graham. Star Laundry. 22dec. C.J.LEVYK.ofL&S.
: out P. O. Box 115 DeFuniak Springs Aorlda
WANTED T ONCE=Young1 :"boy to I.am back in the city again; am pre
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.- W. corner Baylen and InUndenciar ot.Qrphan Lee of Baltimore, 585441: ; ( : BINGHAM has and S
A. R, storage room for pared to tune and repair pianos
'with' learn the printers'.trade. Apply "at' Knights of Columbus.A / .
r- febwi I All guaranteed Carl: 'Settelind registrations' and the .}taj?s Printing Company, 24V...1| rept suitable! for.furniture: or other organs as usual. Mjr phone number S Meetings of the
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Tensacpla :pedegrees. .. ChipleyjFJ.aj '
WANTFfl-tverybody: in Government. S 8feb goods. 1Q4 and 'tqs''South Tarragona .Money ,to: Loan. Is 802 2 rings. J. Conrad Scott. A1J1.5Knights of Columbus
10 know that tho Y. )1. C. .\. build-! :; > .... 26nov>. St ,Phone. 630. .,. .SOnov Cfeblm'S held
K' C."' are, at their hall.
ins: was built of brick mad by the: FOR SALE Nice clean old S newspa;- WANTED-Boy who can milk cows,--S ,., I. MONEY LOANED', on all kinds of personal S pillows mado and -- No. 8 West Intendeufla. .
'\*>nacola: Brick Co.. and they are pre at tlv8'centa' bundle This attend to horses: anU do work pioperty on short notice. Mattresses and street, on
pers o. Upholfcterlnj
every
afid'Rooms.PLEASANTLY .novate& Sanitary process. ,
pared to furnish you. 'J. S. Walton, fi ceo around pr mtses., 'ApP'f. 501' '" W.S Board- .,, I Terms easy. J, B; Gray & Co., 2 W. ,r( done. Furniture cleaned, repaired Monday evening at

MRJ-t ._ 6fe_ Chasei. ... ... .. feb'l I Romana. Phone 11&:".. ifeb I ? .and varnished L T, Pitmah,, 7:30 o'clock. Aa !n-
(order( old FOR SALE-200 acres good farm lan.t. iad; situated rooms to rent. "4
.MATTItkSSESmade to V'vitation li extended
; \VANThD-At once; a young ste MONEY TO.LOAN.-on real estate.or 105 N. St. 4teblw'< .
Tarragona
mattresses renovated and new tick 2%- miles southeast' Shipley, in nographer. :Address quick, P. O.:I ApPIy: at, 1U W,Chase-,St, 18feb2w other sufficient security by applying to visiting! Knights.

furnished if desired. lUng phone 771 W shJn :an .county no waste land 3d care Journal. '7feb], FURNISHED OR UNFURNISHED to Thos. Pebley, cor; Palafox and J. H. Logan, Upholsterer and chair JOHN B. JONES,
or tall at 114 E.:: Uelmont. 2feblm acres ready" for cultivation. Good i rooms for rent?:with privilege of Romana. up stairs. 17nov-ic. Caner. Clocks repaired. Give me EDM.\ FOX Grand Knight.
:lime rock 'quarry .on premises. For 'VA. ED.-Flr&t class cooper. Pen-' light house keeping at 234;) E. Gregory. I )cur old chairs to cane.. All work Recorder. S
\V.\XTEf-To buy old gold and silver 'further Tar and Turpentine Co. Gull. MONEY; TO LE-iD-On good real ego street.
address sacola 206 Tarragona
particulars Mrs. L.Wiselole ,. Phone 537. 6feb2w :. gtaranteed.: .
broken stuff regardless of : ., tate security, or on good collateral:
up '6feblw 4feb-10ts
Marianna Fla. 17an1m'FOR Point Fla. w Pensacola Lodge No. 4, J. O. O. F.
!sizes. Cash: paid. Lightman & Klein I { TOURIST HOUSES No. 222 and 104 i at lowest rates Leslie E. Brooks -S Pensacola Lodge No. 4, I. O, 0. F.,
!''Ot! ; E. Wright. Ifeb : SALE.-Second hand Babcock 7Ellanager, for branch.officewe "i N.< Spring St. Qood location. Special I Fisher building. 21Jan NOTICE-The owner will not be responsible meets every Thursday evening at 7:2a
-- -- ----- wish to locate here !in.Pensacola. contracted by
WANTED.-First-class millwright. circular buggy, rubber tireg, in first saw filer and hammerer' is condition. For Information telephone Address with references. The--Mor--Mrs.,W. J4 Willlanis.-222- N.,Spring St.' property on short notice. the captains of the schooners Kate, street. Visiting brethren cordially:
House Clncianatl--Ohio. 41. Jernlga'n -
Wholesale Sallie Guy.
ris 3oJaJJ1m J. W. Bullard. Fay Alabama or
open for position.. Reference fur : No. 51 t S S Terms easy. upstairs invited. E.; GREENBLATT.
6feblm South Palafox St. Phone 1144. ,'owner, Portland, Fla. 'j Sfeblm J
28& NEVILLE. Secretary.
n shrtrt. Address J. H. D., care Journ.i FOR RENT-FurnIshed rooms for
offic-. 26jan2w, FOR SALE.-Most beautiful residence WANTED-At once-house girl. Apply rent with or without board. No -S 5 nOT '"This Is to certify that t'ii Ferry 5- REBEKAHSISTERS.. S

block in Pensacola, overlooking the 229 N. Spring St. feh41w light S housekeeping. Apply :310 West I UNLIMITED ;amount ot money to loan Pass Inspectors and Shippers AsSociation -
\XTED.-Ilcal Estate for sale or bay and Bayou Texar.. -Magnificent Gregory. jan21-lmo I t on all Tdnds .of personal property. are not responsible for the Naomi Lodge No. 10, Rebekah SItars !- --
cnt, lease or exchange. Your busV !- WANTED-A good cook .. good: 'pay. of their inspection meets every :Monday night: at
live oak magnolia and other shade Special rates to business men on large following boom receipts
White or- colored. Apply. 107 E. BOARD AND LODGING New ]I o'clock in I. O. O. F. .
turn! 8 HalL
s rc.pectfully solicited. J. A. Wilfcn New York Loan No. 1347 of G. D. VisitIng
trees. Ideal location for home hotelor .. loans. The Co., 204% = : Receipt ,
Real Estate Agent, 22i W. Gov- sanitarium. A'. C. Binkley. Government St 2feblw- ture, large, clean.rooms., Terms rea. South Palafox. RobbIns; receipt No. 1348 of Fea'sin sisters' cordially Invited to be prei.
." ummt afreet, Room 7," Salisbury 500 gOOd'" sonable., Apply Mrs. C. C. Brock. 105 and Hassell receipt No. 1295; of Cbas. ent MRS S. DcTIIA Y1. .
WANTED- men, pay, permanent ;
'uuding. Phone 172. 23Jan FOR SALE-House- at Goulding on -pass circulars, tack signsno ,East Intendencia. St. ISjanlm Snowdens.. Ferry Pass Inspectors MISS -FREEMANSecretary_ ,

KODAKERS: get Kauffman's' prices hard road. rooms. bath and klt.cn- canvassing. Continental Distributlng W ANTED.-A few boarders' at 212 W. LOST and Shippers Association- by ,J. T. M. E. B. A. No. 81, meets first and

for developing and finishing Best en: nice stable.. Strictly cash. M.S Co.. Chicago. 2feblw Gregory. New house good neighborhood Harper. Pros.__S Jan281m third Wednesday: evening at 7:39 p.
CM cheapest In city. Romana and S. Borras Standard 011Cos office, and on car line. 12janlm* LOST-One' rhinestone comb probably DRESSMAKING Alice W.' Herman jn.. Stafford Hall, No 10. West Infea
P.iiafox. 20 Pensacola, Fla. SOjanlm WANTED.-Boy about sixteen to on Palafox street. Return to first-class dressmaking dencla street. S
janlm opened a
Apply Saunders Mill ROOMS TO RENT, with or without I 211 Thiesen .building. Suitable has '
learn glazing. room at her residence. 106 E. A. G. FELL. Pres.J. .
\\',\ TF .-SC'Ond hand furniture ,FOR SALT or three wagons.drays Co., 29 East Garden. ISJan board. 22 E: Garden. ISjanlm reward. 8feb Intendencia.shop, Ladies invitad to call. ., L. SWEENEY. Sec.
and !household articles of''all kinds and" horses cheap; if taken .
NICE FURNISHED ROOMS for rent. short dark brown fur in !
LOST-A ,
*fir cash. Address P. O. Box 353. within a few days. Phone 614 or apply 'Any intelligent person may earn a 31jan3w____ W. O. W.
.ianim* at 403 N. Reus street 27! Jan. a good income corresponding for Newly furnished clean and nice the opera house Saturday afternoon. STEAMER CAPT. FRITZ, J, !t. Live Oak Camp No. 1, W. ,U. W .
near postofflce. Apply at 128% E. Finder will please return to 323 S. Al-
newspapers; no canvassing; experience master. Passengers! and meets in Pythian Hall 1st and 3rd
U ANTED.-ThVTublic; to know that Government street, Mrs. B. M. Trainer. canlz! St. or phone.1139. 7feb3t: Rogers,
FOR SALE-r-If: you have $8,000 to u invest unnecessary. Send for particu Freight -service between Pensacola I Wednesdays in each month. Vlsltln;'
old newspapers can be bought at in saw, mill proposition wort Northern Press Syndicate: 7janlm. .
a lars. LOST-Ladies. watch; ,return to ant Freport Fla. At Baylen street sovereigns cordially invited.
tas
; all office! clean for five cents a bundle..They. $10,000; writer,Lock Box 26. DeFuniak Lockport N. Y. 6nov6mo Old newspapers at.five cents a bundle Hooton's Pharmacy for reward. wharf, Wednesdays and Saturdays. I j F. A. BOGHICH, C. C.

555 and nice. Springs F.la- This will stand the WANTED.-100 laborers, wages$1.50 1 at this office. They are all clean 6feblw Tourists and others desiring to see LESLIE E. BROOKS. Clsrk.Woodman's .

W A."TED.-Ele.ctrlc work of ah kind closest ventilation: :and the first man Apply factory of Goulding and nice. places of interest on Choctawhatchi !
LPt us clean your fans, repair your with the. money gets it. No time to per'day. and Santa Rosa Sound should Circle.
Fertilizer Co. 14janSafes BAY HOTEIi.-Open night and day. Bay I : C. Oak Grove
W. No.
W. 0 ,
t1\namo. ca with'agents ar triflers. 24Jaa 4t
jour wiring, etc PaonaPeusacola waste SALEBeach make this trip. Special rates for par
plan. Rooms light and FOR '
European Circle
itTO. : Electric Co2G5 S. more. For rates or Woodmen! meets every Thursday -
: ten or
na FOR SALEc-Ono choice, block on top clean. Transient trade solicited. ties of :3 ra., 2d floor Pythian Hall.
'hn.:: p. over
of the'rldlo east: of the electric ,Safes! Safes! 575- 79 S. Palafox. Jas. S. Nicolau Haven, the coming suburb of other information, apply on board FIe or Pou's. stable on Intendencia street*
Pensaco1 Extensive :improvementsto P. O. Box 6S2, Pensacola
SECOND :7th and. 8th streets. address
HAND between '
CLOTHING WANTED railway. Prop. Visiting sovereigns cordially Invited
-Hishast price paid for gent's Nautre has favored -thli section., and ,it Buy Diebold Safes! S be made this year:; street car lineguarantee'd Z7janlin'JOHN Mrs. Leona Langford, Guardian; Mrs.

clothing &%:ly. Also sell second hand cannot -duplicated.. A.. V. Clubbs. in the near: future. $35.00 FLO. Boot and Shoemaker. M. B. Olsen. Clerk.Proessional.
Found
for beautiful waterfront lots. This
good N'o. 9 E. Intendencia. s.\I.1i- itf Scarritt Moreno Fine custom work to order; repair --- --- --
FOR 1i bi! Ck..1, New r price, for 'a short time only. For further
JOB PRINTING of all kinds wantedby City. Tract.No.312..ca&h. |600. FOUND-Young female hound puppy. particulars on, or write to ing; material and workmanship guar
the Mayes Printing Co., 24 W. Apply to'A. .M.le ll ., Court Houas. Agent ,Call phone 1230. 8feb3t PENSACOLA iNVESTMENT CO. anteed. Pease: give m*' a call. 120 Directory

(vernmcnt Phone 181. Only.the j .. r',' ..... lang 1 E. Government street. Phone 1086. "
*: of ; 27JanlmTHE"
esi work. idee -, --- .' --
: r-- THOS. PEBLEY '
FORSALEr0 room: House corner ,

WA\TED.-Haullng and transfer lot. 3 blocks from: Palafox., lot 96x S 'DAVIS MANUFACTURING CO. LAW, REAL! ESTATE. LOANS AND
work. Office phone 363: residence 192 on car Unc ,For: particulars Inquire wholesale and retail manufacturersand COLLECTIONS
P&oue 350. Acosta & White 22-28 N. of Standard Clothing Co. 29Jan dealers In cotton mattresses and
Tarragona St 25mar. Some in Estate. band furniture PALAFOX AND ROMANA...
FOR SALE.-Nice, clean newspapersfor Special Bargains Real bed springs.: Second,
Upholstering and PHONE 559.
sold. repairing
W A.'TED.-Ths Mercnanta TransferCo. sale. "Only..69 a. bundle.. They bought and
wants your 'moving and baulln make goodwrapplgkper: and are : a specialty. 114 E. Belmont
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All breakage guaranteed. T. B. Tnons Just the thing to put under matting. We make a special offer of 7- oom. and hall house on the southeast comer of I6th street and 18th avenue St, city. Phone 771. C. T.17JanIm Davis,

.!n._ Pro!. _Phone 978... 'ISjunelni. NORMANS- PILLS. Just. received with 5 lots. This is an Ideal: l Suburban Some, fruit'tre i9, 'staoUv wind mill. tank, in! house everything. convenient )1 gr. G YATES M D

MATTRESSES RENOVATED. New Compound Cathartic. For and new The house ,lmprovments' could not be duplicated for the' price.............. $2500.00 CUT FLOWERS-Orders promptly ,.,
tick furnished if desired. All done 55,600'at The Alligator and West End Three lots on the south she. ef Cervantes str .between '8th and 9th a enl wsj 120( feet, front by 137 feet filled for roses carnations, flowers S OPTICIAN
Saloons. '
orders at Green & Watson. Phone A 5-room and hall houpe, wita.6 lots. on the.soutli .SJ corner' of Wagner and "C streets. This is one Smith, 616 N. Barcelona. Phone 651. I 306 THIESEN BUILDIGN

'to-! J 4feblni FOR SALE--7-'room: house at Gould-- of the highest points' in the city, *eli drained, a fine garden,, chicken housesand; stabl. w ... .. $1000.00
: Itfg. Apply to F, L* ,Atkergren 5 5 TAILORING. L. Diamond. Tailor.
WANTEDAII kTnds "
work. I sell all kinds of of electrical electrical Goulding, Fla.t. ISjanlm \: FOR !RENT i 'S Gents' clothing cleaned, pressed and HICKS'
notice. No. 11% S
batteries anj other electrical supplies. SALE.'lmpnned and Unimproved 715 N. Bavlen St. .. -us' .. at '.. .. ..,.. .. .$35.00 11V.. Main St.-. .. ii...........$1230 repaired on ,short St., Pensacola, Fla. -, \' CAPUDINE
When you need me ring 345 or 955. FOR 'all'parts of the city. N. &;:corner Baylen. and DeSoto..f.,.. ... .-. $35.00 \ 409 E. Zarragossa.. .'. .. .. ...... .. .. /....$12po West Government, IMHEDlATttT CUltS

1v.. Peake, new Star Laundry S property in Real Estate Agents, Cottage on Bay Shore,., .. ., .... .. ..!.....$25.00 107 W. Chase St.. .. .; ,. .. .". ".. ........$20.00 Idee.. ". J1EADACHES8eakaupCOLDS
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fag, E. Garden. bnUd'l: : J. A. Wilson Salisburybuilding.fifCo. Phone Cottage at Fisherville.. .. .. .: S.....;.....$15.00 908 E. Belmont.. .. ...t..- ** .,. .. ..5 .. .. ..$ 7.50 J.iH. PORTER, sailmaker, 716 South SS S

W.\XT-ED-To loan money on I Room 7, .3Jan Cottage at Fisherville,* '... *, ;.. .."..... i.....$10.00 I 111 N.'Donelson.. .." .. .. ..* .. .... .. ..$ .7.00 Palafox street 'Orders. taken for
watches, je'Welry and personal 172. 240 E. Intendencia.. ,. .. ... ..-'.. .W. ,.....$22.50 1101 .W.,Government .St., ,. .. i._ .'_.s .... $ 8.00 tents., awnings, camp stools and house W.TO tt nOVKSESCIHBIA
fects. I reasonable. _ _ TrW'" AI
and Highest cash price for old gold =- f Are you satisfied--with' youro rent returns? ,We make the collection of renls specialty. Give us a trial. cots. etc. Prices 31jan.
silver! Lightman & Klein, 106 E.ifeb.
Wjigl I 'NOTICE You will be 'Pl ased.- I\\ f -

W.\=--TED.-A. R. Bingham wants Money at the lowest market ateof. Interest_ Improved or vacant city property., Florida and'Alabama OYSTER DEPoT.:

your moving and hauling. He gua The new enterprising, firm of Gart-- i COMPANY

Sflteesafl breakage. Phone 630. ,land anne Zelins. corner:Intendencia and LAND Phone 1210.

QUICK DELIVERY-Hauling of all' Baylen. carry 'a select line of meats: The Fisher Real Estate Agency, Manufacturers of Fine Perdido( Bay Plant and Esca. .
trial order
kinds .oilcited:, moving of'furniture v etables and "poultry. A and Dealers la bla Oysters at reasonable prices S
II specialty. East Hllf Transfer Co.II.'',vill be appreciated. Quality and price Phont '87. 2Ot South Pala fox: LUMBER, SAWED CYPRESS SHiNGLES -
Utlon.
.aU' romp S C. Tabarras & Co
Jtc'sidcnce Phone 454; office Phon Ill. 'I Prompt delivery, Phone--11-




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almost a. I Soles I Following is a list of real estate containing S0.0325 acres.. W.' 34.01625 wi-iows"wh o"are forced-( to toil from morn tilTnlgfit! and"all (If
transfers reported by the Pensacola 'acres of NWU of SE& E. 96.065 acres becan,
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the husband, liTin-g failed to grasp theoppertunity' to take
Abstract 'Co., which with those here- :of NWH and NEVi containing 196.065 life in.
1- 56 T.2. S.. R.30 W. r; Q'8 I LEI ALABAMA. surance, ,just think-Is your wife and children: protected against
tofore 'published brings the report 'acres, all In Sec. ; L. necessary hardships Better talk to us about an Equitable nn. .
down to date: also two-. evenths undivided Interest <. it' ; policyJESS. .

t Facts for your head to : H. U. Parish to G. R. Stanton andP. In lot 25. block 22, West King Tract,
E. Stanton; commencing at the S. Belmont Numbering, -\Iip one-sev I KoowlesBros. Gen'! Agb

; .considerwhcnhousing' j I E. corner .of S. :W. U of N. E. U ofSec. enth'undivided Interest Jot;25,;block MARKETSNaval .. Pensacola
feet. Shoemaking 32 T. 6 N. R. 30 W., thence N. 22, West King Tract |l and.other"con-

1 f. your 192 :yards, thence W. 80 ards. thenceS. sidrations. _.' f ." .. _

3 f is a science. It, therefore 192 yards and thence E. 80 yardsto E. B. Woody to A. A.' Fisher. lots 23 Store ----Moo., 0.... ,e*_+MC_
i point of beginning, $12.00.;) and 24 of Hermans subdivision of lots ...., .
f. concerns you. i I J. H. Reayes to H. J. Parish. commencing 2* 3. .4, 5 and 6. Sec-_5..T.,, 2 S. JL 30. Savannah, Ga.. Feb,' 7.-Tliai naalstores P21N'.Aoo.a.4.. ,
Shoe at the S E. corner of the S. W.,being 100 ft.on bar'road'1?.r :00 ft. Don't grow"dd, -ma rket- closed toJay.:... as follows:
trust cannot enter W. H of N. E. V4 ( SC. 32, T. 6 N. .i.:6 15 IronW'
Q on Pearl avenue, $1 and other.; considerations' before time. .- ; ks and Supply Co. 1
: o store. That protects I R. 30 W.. thence N.,J92 )yards thence I Mobile your Buck WG., -,.' .., .- ... .- 6 10 !
W. 80 yards thence S. 192 yards and ; W. G. :Bush to .X A. Fisher. :NEVi N -;.5s5 -. _ManufCturer8 and Repairers of .
when buying shoes ,I thence E. 80 yards to point of beginning will keepupthevim'and vigor 5 35
: you block 68, West King Tractlots: 9 M. ?. MACHINERY AND BOILERS \
from the "Old 'Reliable I 10000. and 10. block "73. West King Tract, : of your youth.: K.< .5 10I jFORGINGS.
MILL AND
M L. Autrey to N. C._ McMillan be 'Belmont Numbering, fronting '0 ft. Imparts strength,vitality,life. .. 440 STEAMSHIP SUPPLIES =

f ." If you have feet inning at a point on W.. line of lot i on East side of Cojle St.. by 125 ft.. on I I Agreattonic. Jf.. ? .. .., .,3 80 STEAMSHIP REPAIRS A SPECIALTY i
,of the subdivision of th* Carlo DCVilliers : 45 .3 52% Prompt attention giren to all orders, day or night '
fouth side of Cervantes St., lots 389, t:1..3. ,to Aseati
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f to' shoe and money to' Grant, Sec. :0 T. :S= S. R. 30'W. 390 and 391 in SE corner of St. Michael's .. You must tryit. F. 340to347% ;' torJames;.McKv & eo.'. celebrated Las and Timber Does *4la 5
:363>> feet 2', inches S. of N. W. corner of all $
will : Cemetery Grant, bounded on.th .ALL GOOD DEALEIS SELL IT B.. .. ... .335 to 3 42% .Chain descriptions.
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save, you buy thence B. feet thencs S.
1,066 Phonf4 123. 2
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Office PHIL
north by .Spring .St.. on .the east D: ., 335to342;) % .WITTMAN, Mgr
f- 818 feet thence W. to W. line of- aid ..
here where feet and lot 4, thence N. 818 Ietto point of Cenallos St. on the south 'by R.omana "B & ir Atlanta C..: ......335to242% Residence. Phene 1029.' P. 0. Box 12i 5 1

rahtof-way 10 St., and on the west by' Florida! Blaaca. Spirit 'Turpentine' 65% cents M t.n "\i'
': both considered beginning except a _
purse are '
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Also S. 42 ft. of NE'/i ()f.
: feet wide used an a read $100.00 .and ... .. .
-S2.50 to $6.50. I other:valuable considerations. 56. West King Tract, $1000 and PenaciiaCottonM3rket:

t ,I I'lot D.10 Jal3 of the Wilson subdivision to N. of C.the McMillan Carlosde ..valuable Lee Daniel considerations.! 'to Lucy W'tso_ 'Morris'DannheisserFormerly C.:Gunter Elmore F. '0. B. cotton

r Villiers Grant knownas: lot 4,- Sec. ,H of.block 152."West: King'Tract. $1. broker, gives the following quotationsfor I AUS1EY 6 COMPANY I
A.1: McMillan to J. It. 'Saunders February '7
; :
19 T. 2 S. R. 30 W.. containing 5 acres; ( of Dannheisser Bros.)
all of .fractional block 126 Belmont Good Middling .. .. .. ....10 13-16 I
:; aso> that 'portion of lot 4 bounded on Pure Old
Rye and Bourbon,_ Fine
The John White Store. I the S. by:.lots 1 and Jon the E. by Numbormg/Sec. 19. T. 2 S. R. 30 W..1 I! Wines Beer and Tobacco. Strict Middling. '... .10 11-16

I lot 4, on the N. b.\ l land oteded--to" M. East King! Tract east of railroad, $1 .10916Strict ) I COMMISSION BROKERS j
Specialist In 1If.,,'. Wmmr, : I. .Autrey by Robt. F.'Uddell and on and' other' consulerat: ,ns.. Old Hickory ,Whiskey My Specialty Low Middling..10 546 ,

; 205-207 S. Palafox Street. I W. by W. line of said lot 4. containing A. C. Blount .and Clara G Blount to II 12 ,W.. Zarragossa.. ,Street: Low MUdJing! .. 101-16 I I It
\\1 acres. $ioo.oo and other v luabl.: J. R. Saurtdgrs.: lots 5 and 8. Sec. 9, T: PENSCAOLA. FLO IDA. Stains and, tinges %.to 1 cent lower II VEST 'INTENDENCIA STREET, PENSACOLA, FLA. j
; Phone 225.ii. consideration/ 2, S. It. 30.W.: J26 'acres, $1000 and: .
.. ----- I
,
; A. A. Fisher to Mrs M. A. Zt>ck. lots other considerations -.- '- : : '
14 to 20 inclusive, block- 54. Belmont : Jacob Kryger to J. R, saun'ders. 30 TOURS'TO EUROPE, 2 TO JAPAN AUSLEY. t CO.'S REPORTS Private Wires' N. Y. N. 0. and 1

Tract. $100.00 and other valuable con commencing: on 5. sidaof Garden St. .Under ,nptrrfor. m& &F'IIeut...exeeptionstadvsntage. Liverpool, Cotton,. Market.Jin.Feb .. Chicago. I
} siderations. 214 ft. 6 in.-east' of NE corner lot 16. .. Tall Tears Around the World t Ii"

lr.e Daniel to 'D. Hale' Wilson; W. block the.Donelson Tract thenceS. Annual gram.rree.Oriental Cruise' in. '..February. rrq ..-.r.6.T3Feb.Uar

ift ij lot 14 aDd lots' 15 and Iff, block. 63. 210 ft., thence E. to creek, shononmap FRANK C. CLARK,96 Bway, New YorkSKIPPING !....-April... ..S73.; COTTON,SrOCKS, GRAIN,PROVISIONS and BONDS i j

iff New City -Tract, $1.00 and other con of said blopk, thence N. 240 ft. r -. April'M. .:.1..8..
: .?iderations.t thence 56 .. r .
f ft. W. to point'of beginning *
for
Investment.
Xa.JUJ1. 541 BoughtandSold on Margin or
J. W. Bullard to.D. Hale Wilson. all b ing. in. block 4-of the Donelson Jon -Jml7..v;; .. .;.. ..583 i :

lot 3, blocjc 73. East King. tract, $1.00 Tract, :$1000.,and. other ,valuable ,con luq:411cu .;.;..............r..,. 1.8411pt8ep&.lDber "
i. and other'valuable' considerations. siderations. I NEWS ,...,..5.79 Reference: First Nationaland Peoples' Banks. Phone 1173 I IMERCHANTS

31. L. Autiey to ST. W. Bullard. Jr.. =Fred V,'.Marsh.te Louise )I...Harsh' 8eptember- ber .......>.. .563:
lot 3, block 73. East King Tract,.$1.00 fractional lots 13, 14,; 15..16 and 17. Oeklb.,.NoYfmber-.....-5.56 ........................................ ............;

PREPAID and other cons)( eraUons. block .30, Belmont. )mber-Deeember ....5.14Pecemtier..Jal1UJ'7
'"- Leslie E. Brooks to Geo. Hoffman.W. Mrs. N.:D Thomas Tract to,J$,6000.D. Johnson ....... ....__ t................+++.......... -........... ............

40 feet of S. '120 feet of lot 186. E. 90 ft., Jots 19,. .%0. 21 and 22, block Cleared. Liverpool Spow.5.88 :
ir block 27..Old City,,$1.000.00-and() other 77;West King Tract,' $180. Adele, Swed *k, Jansson 506, for -
New PROGRESSIVE
:14; gcod and valuable consIderations. State of Florida to G, J,' Morganlot! Tralee with 3 6.000'So ft lumber York' n'Market., i .- i

}.. Geo. L.' Lapplngton td J. W. Hjcr 13 and, E% lot. 12, block t9., Sec'19'T. : ,.Open High Low OIMeKatea..1
., : lots 6 to. 10 inclusive block 175, New 2_S. R. 30 W.. lot 16. block 100.lot VESSELS II'( ?*ORT.Alioth 10.61 1075: 1065 10.75 i -
.. Ka,.......;.,..:..10.8.. 10 G3 10. :! JO.9'l !
City $1.00 and other. valuable con 10, block 126 See.; J9T\2, R. 30 W., 3te.mshIps.. lal-::.......',"..... JUT It 03'10.PJ: 11.01 .
IDoz I siderations. J. J. Hooton to T. L. Gant. lots 1 to Dutch ss,..Mulda,. .1298 Pi>(. ocso er.. .........111.31 1036 10.28 1081 +
I Middleton to Saunders Mill Co:. 5, Inclusive! and Jots: 27 and. 28,, block terdam to order. 'New: Tork Spots, 11.25: : Throughout. the country are. usin" : ;

DELIVERED I Timber on S?c. 33 T. 3 N. R. 31 W., 57, Belmont Tract. $2000.A. :! ( Beta, Ger as. Berg 1019 Stettin to I i '
FOB $2850.00. .. H,. D'Alembrte to Chas. H. Bliss.. Pens coli Lumber Co. i'- .

W. J. Williams Southern States W!% of block B.. Water Front' $-6:25r: I f' Eastlands,: Br ,'ss; ,., .:Thomas 2001,I I '. Wheat* i Gas Flashlight Signs 0 .. i ;
;
$1292CHAS.BLUM.&CO I.Lumber Co.. S. W. Vt 'of S. E. H Sec. J. W Hyer to Morie> Matthews lots Tampico. : : .' Open High Low Close
O. 14 T. 4 N R 33 W, containing 40 15. 16'and" 17, block 69. West King I Graoia. Span 'ss,IJIz;! 2021. Cienfuo.J I May--=_...... &'j>, '8B&i 8.) 83. : (
.......... '
July -4L. { 84J, MM: % 1 To attract attention
I to
acres, $6000. Tract $150.Moses gos io Gulf Transit Co. their places of business. We are *

T. L. Cant to Benjamin Gerson. lots Lvman to H. B. White, E.,32; Hatasu. Br Masguandr,2160, Neyi I.- ." prepared to 'Install gas flash light signs and would bs J (
27 and 28 and E. 25 feet of lots 1 to ft. lots 4 and 5 and W. 18 ft. lot 6.;i Orleans to' Gulf -Transit Co. "Corn.Open i _glad. ..to..talk to, explain its sootl features to you. II "

5 .Inclusive, block 57, Belmont Tract block 18. Belmont Tract, $1'and.other' i I He slngerg. Swed; ss, Sciel, 1423.Huera High Low ClcweM : I
; 517 AND 519 WEST BAY ST.. 1000.00 and oth 'r considerations.Deeds considerations. .. y.:......!....Mi 44 H 44 4 ttJttly
H. G. White i l' Kirk swoOd. Br _.......41X W{ '44-i'! 44
Sarah ss.arson.i095j.on.
JACKSONVILLE. FLA. Recorded Feb. 5. to L>man. E. 22 '
A. A. Fisher to Alice W. Herman ft. lots 4 and Sand W. 18 ft. of Jot 6. don. j? t I Pensacola Gas Company I I

and Sallie E. Cummings, lots, 16, 17. block 15. Belmont. Tract,. $1 and;other f Secunda Br ssr Donnelson, 1309 '. New York Stock Market. '
A GENTLEMAN'S TASTE IS BES1 18 and E. % of 19, block 207 New City consld?ratio 1s. Tenereiffe to The WJ"S. Keyser Co. t Open Close
SouthernFactfts.....:........ :I Phone. 148. .24 and 27: E. Garden Street.kets .
considerations! I L. Boley to W. Vivina Span ss, IJustfnza 11T83 UTerpool SUITED WITH Tract $1.00 and ,other H. Mitchell beginning I
A
.,....... ...i........_ lid .
A. A, Fisher to ,C. E. Merntt, lots at a foint 660 It. !rr1 i'NE corner to Gulf Transit Co. ..s.R......................... 146 ij4.A. I1.S3,i. ,I'4kh. ................................... ...............; I II
I 7 to 12 inclusive and fractional lot 13. of lot 1. see: 4. T. 5; N. R. '30 W., Wermland Swed Silt Anderson 1473 .;............ 93 1I1 .
: CERTIFIED CHECK block 161 ot the Clapp Tract. $1.00 thence. 660 ft., thence E. '603 ft. to Pensacolal, Lumber So. .A.R... l 4" i
1O2 '
and other valuable considerations thence N. 660 ft.'thnce ; f), ....... 'I and whtle'this lasts there is still
603 ft. to poipi, ShJp& LET. :.* .,.....?.. 86 1St!.1 Nick'sBuffet: and
5c CIGAR. C. D. Ethridge to E. E. Fairbrother of beginning. S acres.'$45. Hal B..t 0........ .......-........ 1US some hope .for. an :advancement. ,
.,.. beginning!: at N W. corner of lot 6. Deeds Recorded Feb. 7. Avon, ebjp"Avegno. 1601 Genoa Erl..........:................. 46*..' ul prices. -
All the qualities of flavorS aroma Sec. 11 T 2 S. R. 31 W, thence run E. E. Saunders to I* foley lots 6..1 I to Rosasco Bros C.'!'.I...........,............. T4 7 i The Restaurant ;
color and goo material ning E.: 120 'yards .thenc3 S. 1204jards :! 7. 8.9, 10 and 11. block 64, West King Casanova,: Ital, bc., Avegno, 1Q69, u. 8............................ 45!. 44% spot situation in this country,

embodied In It. and thence 120'.. )'ards, 3 acres, Tract. Sec. 28, T. 2 S.' R. 30 $1,00.1J. Genoa. -sc-- ; U.8.. preferred................ 110 XtJ;> was said to be somewhat better todaythere .
W.
$50.00. 'I W Hver to Marion I II f Elrira Port_.l ship; jRodriques,. 1488, R.S................... _...... "s4 B41 tL being some looking around anda Is the only place of iU

_:, AGreenhut&Co. F. C. Brent to J:. A. Chaffin S. 51 I'I block 15, West King Tract.Wyna'er:$50.00 lot 13 Lisbon. to order. .ft N........................ 128*. zoLs.d :slight advance being offered. However "- kind in Pensacola, in fact
Bane*. .....,.......;:........ 88 the market needs constant sup-
N.104V. feet of lot 86. Old W. A, Blount : lot's 8Pi it is
t p :)DISTRIBUTORS feet of I I 5 to J. W. Hrer. 1 Adele Swed bk, Janse, 596 Havana 1.0 ............. .:;........... 1.8 176, port to keep prices up and we doubt;
City; abs 10 feet east and west by!i to in61usive block 148,.. New" City. ... .. .. ........ this will be;
PENSACOLA. FLORIDA.sAr'ccxb Due CuiipiItaI ,hk,, Olivari. US, !. D.G. .. .....; <: 17i very seriously whether
51 fet north and south of lot 85 ana'1Ing :$1 00 and other considerations. Genoa to order.. Can Fac.......,.............. 1'' 4- IT..*.. forthcoming, as both port and interior I A Pride to
-- -- immediately W.: of above described Marjann :1!. Holland to John W. Un Gudny Nor bk, Saanum, 821, Ham N..YC ....................... 149 141S stocks are heavy and constantly increasing

portion of lot 86. Old City I I burg to master. P.o ............. ............ \\I. and'thisupp1y'must be sold

$45.000.00. Klll < 1la.! Dan bk. Pedersen, 765 a"D'G..........::...:........... ise'. 13n sooner or later still, future contractsand Pensacola.Larger
j W. to Henry' M. Yonge andJ I .
flyer
I Bahai. f e' p is, lIi4!ii spots are/ altogether: out of line
. t All 1 kinds that want. Wallace Lamar.; lots 6 to 10 inclusive SnTTEMS' jour food R. 88 2; .
you r Providenza. Ital'blt': Olcese spots selUngat.a premium for some
and falls 1155, ... ... .. cities cannot
I _.
block 175 New City $1.00 : to nourish 8- B. :,. 4 4C i ....'
Tonio. Ital bk. Toiifn time past when .the' contrary :should
other considerations.Wm. you the 1032. Genoa. T.O. L.............. isa 1571$ boast of a better equippel
1' OAK AND H. Knowles W. A D'Alem Bitters should Genoa to master. Pua...............K-'S': 142 be the case place. The service is the
: PINE berte and A. A. Fisher executors of! be taken atonce. Thomas, Ital Schooner bk., Lano. 803. Naples U,P....,......,?... 1 6i U5Au % I We hardly to hold I expect unless the there present is somebetter advance best that can be had.

estate of Wm. Fisher to C. E. Ierritt.all It tones I
-, cheaper; than you can buy of fractional block 161 In W. '* 'of the Horatio L. Baker., Am sch. Mohr, & I eviatence of support'. from the
ptomach;! "ley Co's. Cotton i Nick
r: It anywhere. Any size >ou Clapp Tract except lots 7 to 13 In. -, .720, Lazua to .J. A. ilerritt & Co. Daily Letter. acknowledged friends of the'market Apostle ProptrMariie"iui'iiiey
and :
cures ,
New
'L! want. .00.McMillan :- : York Feb 7.-our- markets than can' at present be seen. The
clulve. $1,750
were somewhat better this market seemio be one
morning a scalping .
.
Mill Co, to J. E. Blanton. Poor_Appetite
Sick I awlnd.o better futures wh decliner and likely to remain for: timeto i -
Headache. n a 10 some
S. E. of N. E. V. .Sec. 22. T. 5. N H .
14 > .
E.: C. ndig itlon, : at least
SEWELL i r 6 to 8 points had been ex- come. Of course-the"short interestin ;
l 32 W 40 20000. This distressing ai'mant results
acres. : Co.
pected.
Quit Claim Deed. Dyspepsia? from a disordered i.condition of the I. Spots in the English market the market haS been growing larger
were unchanged on sales of 12,000 day by day and it 'fakes this'to put a
Phone 614. Flatulency
B. How/ell El. ,
Geo D. Howell. Benj. stomacn AJIJhat is needed to
effect 1 l'ales" 604, Palafox St.
indicating that the spinner Is market up and this :'may possibly be 606 603 610 S.
len H. Re ppert an4 E. H. Reppert Colds, Grippe ure is a dose : two of Chambsr.lain's .
:::: du ._ qlTTER a or I itilf] buying cotton whether it goes .upOr forced to cover, at least the week following Phone 725.
her husband to Geo W. Wright lot Stomach '
I I 0.Marula.. and Liver Tablets. In r I down, and this seems to be the only and .thug' bring about a goodsubsta.ntl
block 140 Sec 19 .T. 2. S. R. 30w. ,
10. fact the attack maybe warded off or V. J.,
correction of previous deed. redeeming feature In the present ma.CPFFEE l reaction, 'which 1s certainly VIDAL, Manager.
greatly: lessened l In _severity, biiakIng due after the present decline.It .
Deeds Recorded Feb. 6. a dose_of"these Tablets as soon a* is a condition and not a theory
t \ Best Clothesfor John A. Penton to James M. Pentou tbe first symptoms .of. an attack ap that confront :the. Cotton Growers As- THE HOME OF GOOD THINGS TO

N.E.14ofNW.+ U of Sec. 4T1, pears. Sold by all. druggists. sociation. There :J is evidently lots of EAT..
, .. S. R. 31 W. 40 acres. $500.00. r SEEDS cotton yet to ,'be sold ana' unless it I
;
t Lee Daniel to A. A. Fisher lots 21 1 Just Received:
can be forced much lower the spinner '
\ }4) .1 end 22. block 40 of the Belmont Tract. Tourist xcursion will again take his old place$ a price Halibut Chunks Halibut Quick LuncK

t. $1.00 anrf other considerations. maker for the south's great productand 50 kits of fancy Mackerel Jl-25 per
: } L. to Geo. Wentworth, lots '
Boley I 'The Tourist .
Club wilt'give kit.
an ex We if such should be the case old
: :! 1 6 and 11 to 20, block 261. New :, are tbe Pioneer
to WHICH
corsica kit.
!:
: on the tug Monarch Friday King Cotton' will'again his crown 50 kits Salmon $1.25 per
; Fewest City Tract $2500v V4 February 9. to 'navy: yard life saving Coffee Roasters of and this wish) certainly happen unless 50/ kits halibut fins $1.%;) per kit.
l Dollars C. Blount to Cha. H. Bliss lot
A.S. W. of intersection of station and a short distance out in West Florida. the cotton growers,.of th1 south 'and 50 kits of Cod Tongues and Soundi
on corner the gulf. Boat heaves at 9 a. m; and ... the men who have always been favor- $1.25 per kit.Bloaters .
Jt'1I'rson'and Zarragossa streets. beinz: SUCCEED will return about p."m. able to the market and stood for a Milkers and Roes. Herring,

l 30 feet front on Jefferson.of street by 80 : higher price fpr:the,fleecy staple, even Codfish Pickled Salmon, Dill Pickle,
.. feet in depth on S. sjde Zarragossa '
McHUGH'S BLENDS though they :be' speculators,'get together German Sauer Krout.
THAT'S A street, 5000.00 and other ,considera derwood, N. H _of.R .4.of N. 5\V\ ;# and work-together-for the good Pigs Feet In kit. $1.00.
STATEMENT I IA '
tions. .I of S. EL U of Sec. 10, T.. 3 N. R. 33 of the sunny southland -which they Manewal and Lange's Fruit Cake.
.i \THAT SHOULD INTEREST' U"" Venters to D J. Hennelly. 'When'You Buy W.; 10 acres, $10.00.B. both equally love, and whose interests National Biscuit Co's Fruit Cake, :'>*
of Sec. 4
commencing at S. E. corner ,
: F. Wolfe to Llie E. Brooks lots hove no equal. A trial are identical for here- they both live per pound.
N 10 chains, thence E 53 '
EVERY MAN AND BOY IN and running thenees.. 10 chains' th nce "'. Get' the Best 1!>, 20. 21 and 22, block 99, East King will convince the connoIsseur :and both oo business, ahd are both We handle the celebrated blends of
chais :Tract.: Belmont Numbering $10000 equally anxious that, .the.south, should Coffee roasted by the Gulf City Coffee
.: PENSACOLA. WE KNOWTHEY'RE 53 chains to point of "beginning all in It's the Cheapest in the End. due tor Co. H. P. Chipman Manager.
and other valuable considerations. that we get what Is for hercotton.: Acreat
| T N. R. 30 W., correction of previous ,
I 5. tic
'
35c lb. Gold Standard.
man once !ald.House divided Oaxaca. ;
' S GOOD THOROUGHLY deed Geo P. Wentworth to John H. Webster make ;
no extravagant against itself cannot stand? The fight lb; Diamond Blend, 25c lb; Golden
E4 of lot ,block West
8. ,
lots 7 King
j | J. J. Hooton to Lula Ljda. .
I .
lb.Strictly
f' LV GOOD AND STYLISH AND and S. East King Tract east of Tarragona Tract, fronting"30 'f eet on S. side of claims. between the cotton growers and the Rio 20c goolas.any
the-conumers fresh
'. W. Belmont speculator is opportunity roasted and as
100. -i Landreth'sNew street. by 152 feet, .. 6
> AT A PRICE NEARLY AL. street Inches in depth. and we hardly thinkhe, will be Coffee sold In this city. .
. I D. J. Hennelly to A. J Venter, 53 found slow in taking advantage of it. Send us your orders and we Will! delIver
WAYS $2.00 TO $3.50 A SUIT acres of ,thQ Potti Grant correction of John A. Penton te Pensacola Invest.ment Wholesale and Retail promptly.
previous deed. $1. I Co., S._ E." 1,4\. of N, W. U and .
: CHEAPER THAN YOU CAN I Ii John Campbell! to H. H. Boyer lot N I'':. \\ of S. W. .1.U of .8 c. 4, T t'' GROCERS The Origfnaf( Laxative Cough Syrup ---.
S. It. 31 W. containing 80 Is Kennedy's Laxatlve Honey and Tar.
3, block 52. Dallas Tract and lots 24 acre
GET ANYWHERE ELSE. HATS and 25, block 109. West King Tract,I Crop 1160.00.L. "," l' '. : It.expels.all) cold from the' system by C:: -t-tre11,

r SHOES AND FURNISHINGSAT $65.00.N. I . ... .. .. Maier .to'If D. Waters S.th of find, all ,kinds of Feed acting as cathartic, on. the bowels. FINE: PHOTOGRAPHS.
W. Nicholson to John 'Davis SE block-347. New ttyTractr.00' iid'otber Kennedy Laxative Ho _and Tar Is
< .
: : .. .
THE. SAME. RATIO- OF corner of NWU of ?*WJ. Sec. .26, T, Just Received.i : valuable' cOnsideralioDs.' :-. .. .. \: .Stuffs. a'certain;; safe. and'harmless- .;cure-for Pensacola, Fla.
'" 3'N. R. 31W.. $43. I : A. A Fisher to IJella ReIit r. iOta 1 colds croup and whooping cough. -

PRICE SAVING. Henry Cbalker to T. G. Britton. NE . .. ... 12 and 13,' block 128;'New City Tract'

U of NW%. Sec. 14, T. 2 N. R 32 W., ... . $UX: >0 .,and other *.,' luable, 'considerations. .., "HH.. "' .t.......
I Pluto Water
,
.
I $1000. j a
.r' D. Hale'WU on to Chas. H. BUss S.' I Leslie EL.' Brooks-to;Ceo: Hoffman I TERSELY TOLD aa
I 85 ft. of lot 38.. block 7, Old City. $100 that part of lot 18' block 27, Old City BUSINESS 'UOCALS. *

and other valuable considerations. ( W. A. D'Alemjierte.Dmggist described as' follows] : beginning at a I a *
0. ANSON -
H. Horace Brooks to Junior Brooks,lot point on N. side of Intendcncia street',.I "Wholesale, aid R tail.New ....-.................

4. Sec 36. T. 6 N. R. 31 W.. contain and '. 40 feet orBarcelona"sfreetrand run.nItj '
ipottaciry
t F CASH CLOTHIER ing 5 acres! $25. :,R 9 'feet thtncejf PT. .120 :feet, Orleans Grocery Co. .C. V. THOllPSO ;' has just. opened a
hence W. 9 feet and thence S..120 feet fresh line of beautiful boz
}
J. D. Waters to Geo. P. Wentworth/ Tilephoni' ,lOt 't. papers
two-seventh Interest 98 to point of begfanlntJ suitable for _Christmas.presents. Also
i Corner Paiafox'and Main undivided in :
I acres of land In SW% of SW} con- 121 1 SwthPiltffli f ,Street, i .A. C. "Berry Ito 'W, 'BC '_Wright ,Ipts : ;Jas. McHugh crepe papers' Pa'. partout. Picture
6 'and 7 block 27, West* King Tract, '' ,
:
talnlnl 49.01625 ? Jf binding purses, Christmas cads.ete.
acre % of SWJ4J
.- __1, Sec.,28X,: : 2 S J9 UOO.0. : PhonelO5..: Proprietor. Wdec. fc .... ?, M*

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