The Pensacola journal
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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 17, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
daily (except monday)[ former <1900-1905>]
normalized irregular
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 )
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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Source Institution: University of Florida
Holding Location: University of Florida
Rights Management: All rights reserved. Board of Trustees of the University of Florida
Resource Identifier: aleph - 000373755
oclc - 16280864
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System ID: UF00075911:00589
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House Opens Committee Hearing on on Agriculture'Crop I I[YOUNG MAN WAS No Evidence Against Notorious Mattresses Used in Work Costing PRAISE FOR THE Historic East Room Elaborately*

Omaha Kidnapper Was Adduced SENATE Nine Cents Were Charged at Decorated for Roosevelt-t

Statistics.DEPARTI1ENT. CARVED BY at Trial.BYAssociated NinfityFive Per Yard. Longworth Nuptials.t tr j


PLAN Press: I Members' Afraid to Bring Court Review By Associated Press. ALL IN

Omaha, Feb. 16.-Pat Crowe, charged Savannah, ;Feb. 1C.-The most strIkIng READINESSFor t

NEGRONight with robbing Ejward: A. Cudahy, Feature of Measure
feature of the testimony of Engineer CONFEDERACY
the Omaha packer, of twenty-fiva thousand i
For Gathering Statistics Given in dollars, in connection with the, to a Vote.Committe Arthur S. Copper, assistant engi-- Brilliant Event of More than ,
+ neer under former Captain 'Oberlin
Detail kidnappin of Mr. Cudahy's son fivo
by Sec'y. Hayes.WITH I M. Carter, in the Greene and: Gaynor
ears ago, was acquitted this after. National Interest
Clerk at t the ,GoldMine. noon. The jury was out fifteen hours.: Found d Lame Excuse for trial today was the. statement that Resolutions Being Adopted by

THE PERFECTED REPORTS Cafe Was Badly Cut by a The kidnapping of Eddie Cudahy! the government paid ninety-five centsa "
for mattresses that Confederate Veterans of
to yard
on December 19, 1300; and his release Adjournment cost the WEDDING OF PRESIDENTS DAUGH.;
MARKETS WILL BE LESS AFFECTED contractors nine cents. The work
Waiter. upon the payment by his father of a the South. TER TO REPRESENTATIVE FROM
was done while he ;
PRESIDENT JORDAN I I twenty-five thousand dollar ransom ""as-supervisor and
r NEITHER REPUBLICAN. -.FACTION he had nothing to do with the cost. OHIO REHEARSED LATE YES}' '
created a great sensatfon' and the '
SAID REPORTS WERE FAIRLY In fact he said he did not know till
I.I Harry II. White, a young man employed i search for the kidnappers was sUmu-- IN COMMITTEE CERTAIN OF rrhe 'following circular has been'!' received TERDAY-PRESENTS POURINOsIN

ACCURATE BUT OF LITTLE at I the Gold Mine cafe, at the lated by an offer of fifty thousand dollars OUTCOME AND VOTE WAS, the six months operatons after,what being the identified governmentwas 'with by the local camp of Confede- I FROM EVERY 'QUARTER OR',

VALUE TO COTTON PRODUCERS I corner ot Bajien and fcarragossa reward b): Mr.- CUlah: )'. Last rate Veterans urging the passage of
streets, was severely cut Jast night October THEREFORE NOT INSISTED UP- paying for mattresses. THE GLOBE-950 GUESTS TO BBJ i
I was.arrested in Butte, a resolution of thanks to the 'Daugh-

'I about 11 o'clock by one of the :Mont He was put on .trial February UP-CULLON AGAINST AMEND- ters of the Confederacy, who have PRESENT.By .

waiters "iii the placelie received I 7. There was no evidence to positively ASKED SHERIFF TOTIGHTEN been so "activein raising the amount t

I several wound, about th, neck, face identify Crowe as one of the kid- MENTS. .: necessary to complete the monumentto r

By Associated Press. I.and head, and presented a' bloody nappers. NOOSE Jefferson Davis: Associated Press. .
hmston, Feb. lt .-The House.inn.'i
> > ;spectacle: when he was taken to the Associated Press "The General Commanding realizes Washington, Feb. 16.-In the ,rash
< : t' on Agriculture toJay By
olkn-i' police station ana' the city physician Washington eb. 16.--"We have that the following beautiful resolution room of the White House tomorrow.R.

:: d g;,;"nrral hearing on crop statis- 'I called. ARMOUR' PEOPLE'ON heard as many opinions on the railroad NEGRO MURDER ANXIOUS THAT prepared by Maj.-Gen.Lowry' com Miss Alice Roosevelt: daughter of the

;n- 'voted particularly to the ('xam.1 From statements at the police station rate question as there are mem- mandiD' the Mississippi Division, U. president, and Representative Nicholas:
Ill-,' "u uf cotton figures. Among THE STAND bers of the committee and each man HIS NECK SHOULD BE BROKEN t
made V. with much Longworth. of Ohio
White some remarks toone C. and: adopted so. enthusiasm will be united In
t.....'. present before the committee' is afraid ta brinfg the court review'feature -
of the waiters which was re.ent- BY FALL. by the Louisville convention, marriage .
Chairman Elkins
''' to vote, said
President Jordan 'of the South-''etl by the latter who immediatelydrew today whch the senate Committee on feebly expresses the*feeling of pride The historic room in which the cerej 1 ,
:11 L ('OtTO:1 Association President J. a knife' and. proceeded to carve IN TRIAL ,OF PACKERS AT CHICA- Interstate Commerce adjourned: until and satisfaction that each Confederate mony will be performed ,ana: whichf -

ii 'IV lor, of the National Ginners' the clerk. CO, BUT EVIDENCE*.WAS UN next Thursday without having takena. By Associated Press. entertains to the devoted Daughters has "been the scene of many brilliant* 'j '
.\ -cM-iafiou and many southern con. The first cut was across the neck vote1 011 the bill or considered? the Dawson, Ga., Feb. 16.-E. Johnson, of the Confederacy, for their I events will be decorated more elabor.

a i I' :-sni >n representing the planters.! I I' another was on the head, while another IMPORTANT. I orders amendment of the for commission.a judicial review of a negro, was hanged, here to-day for heroic work in raising the money',to ately than upon any previous occasion

VM.stani Secretary Hayes, of the'I was on the arm the negro evidently This 'statement was made In the the murder of Eliza Bans'an, aged complete the monument to our first yet with the acme of good taste

Acr miiural Department; 'gave in de- endeavoring to cut the throatof By.Associated Press. i presence of Senators Oolliver and negro woman. Johnson asked the and only President: The work of preparing the east room '

:a I i he I plan: of the department for the young man. Another one of the Chicago Feb. 16.-Three leading Clapp who were contending for the Hep- sheriff to tighten the noose a little so : Resolved, That the United Con- continued throughout the day and

-,b"ring statistics and the changes.waiters rushed' into the kitchen where officials of Armour & Company were burn bill in .the form that it comes his neck would be broken by the faIl. federate Veterans received with deep was practically completed by to-night

"'utly made in the system of tho"i'au the' fight was in progress and endeavored on the stand today in the packerscase. from the :house. It was said in jest, He confessed just before the execu feeling the announcement that the Late: in the day the wedding was
but that' It nearly
it is believed more
: to the two but Itt I J. Ogden Armour, president tion. rehearsed in the east
of statistics. lie said with separate expressed the situation than any previous Daughters of the Confederacy have room. None but
"", perfected reports the markets was not until aJ'Whistle was blown took the stand late but his evidencewas alleged authoritative statement. raised the $70,000 necessary to complete the wedding: party was present. The

could: be less affected a.s frequent calling for\ the, 'police thai the negro that not the important.books of lie Armour simply &declared Co. The committee agreed that the im- ONE KILLED AND the monument to the great Chiefof president was engaged at the time ia.

tuff l :accurate reports work against ran. So far"he has not been captured, were given the government officials, portant amendments 'will not be voted the Confederacy,- Jefferson Davis, "conference 'with Secretary Bonaparte

'inspeculator... The department, he but the police took into custody they for inspection on his order and said ', upon until Friday, the of committe next week.Ostensibly SEVERAL INJURED in which they were so ably assistedby and AdmiraL'Sands. 1

'-dt t l. would be greatly benefited b *.gait !r,1ybo $laiutedht.! L nasfen H!,il.Ot: he bad acted when Inpursuanee with that lasala'dvfce ed" because &>nator- Trth!,..+n -was adjourn stilt the Southern Confederate Memorial" Throughout the >naexpress! wagons ;-
he directed the I
ing to stop the trouble but who it
having morp agricultural statistics at' government be allowed to Inspect enl)' taken ill with a threatened attack Association, of which Mrs. W'..J. and private jnessengers hare been arc '
is charged waj! holding the night clerk could be riving at the White House wtxl( .
of pneumonia and not
its The
('omman acreage census them Other 'witnesses were Arthur ASHVILLE MERCHANT MET INSTANT Behan is the efficient head, and would
while the other waiter was endeavoring present, and because Senator Cullom gifts. Presents '
ding have
\Ieek'er. general superintendent, andT bt.en'pour.
should l h e tat! en every five years. jMr. i : express their most earnest thanks and
to cut his throat. Connors general of thebef will return from Florida some time BY
J. manager DEATH COLLAPSE ing in constantly for
some time from ,
11:1said, judging from gin' ers' department. Their testimonywas next -.veer; and cast his vote In the appreciation of the devoted efforts

-.arist.('-. 'h, I present estimates of the: in line with that given by )lr. committee. .The real reason for adjournment OF OLD RESIDENCE. that enabled! these noble women to accomplish -all sections of the country and from

lii-parnu-nt were within two per cent. Armour. is believed to be the atti- that in which the veterans almost every quarter of the globe. ti
., tude of certain democratic members It U estimated there will be 950;)
: :at- actual production. ; REVI REINHARDT In not disclosing their positon on the had failed;, thus illust'ating the truthof guests presentWhile r K
Mr. Jordan said he believed the NINE MEMBERS FOR THE court review feature. By Associated Press. the aphorism that1 the love of wo- t
Asheville, N C. Feb. 16.-T. J. Rev- 'the White House groundswill
'' portof: t the bureau had been fairly! INTERSTATE COMMISSION Neither republican faction in the man is more potent than the strengthof
.. ruraland that if the information I committee is certain of, the outcome ell a merchant, was instantly kiIJedand man' be closely) guarded to-day, as will ;.

Mthwvd! i u\ :he department could he I I S .AAIN A A I N By Associated Press I and the vote was therefore not insisted three others severely injured by "He therefore calls upon each campin the' executive office, the police have '

?;af-gu.1:-.t..11 I the reports would be Washington. Feb. .-The Senate; upon .toda). Supporters of the the collapsing of 'tha Revell home meet at the earliest arranged to prevent a congestion on
I house bill are encouraged, however, the to
: Committee on Commerce to-day byja;; this afternoon. The house was being the streets surrounding the White
? m-railj satisfactory, as far as they telegram received today from moment and suitable! resolu- .
vote of 6 to ;5), agreed to the amendment by a pass House.
FO.: Mr. Jordan said the government increasing the membership of Senator Cullom]) asking to be counted raised to place it on a level with the tions of thanks for the accomplishment "
a as doing/ half Commissionto against the amendments to'the bill If street. It was very old and crumbled
only its ;duty"to cotton GAllEDI' the Interstate Commerce of this grand work, and to send
Intones! ; the reports were all for use nine members. the VOle was taken today. into a pile of debris.
them to Mrs. X. V. Randolph Chairman

of consumers and had little value to Central Committee Jefferson Davis TWO BOYS ARE

prodiirfrs lie urges that estimates, Monument Association. Richmond,

on ili,. probably consumption: of cot- Va., that these women may have a faint
G Church of New Orleans idea of love, veneration and admir-
i tnt\ inmade! by federal authority. I' our ,

'I.! .:;oi: tai'ia'.ilo. : fiaiistic's could be gathered.; Is Anxious to Get Popular I r ACCUSED OFSTEAliNG

Mr.1: Jordan stated that it had been I I Pensacola Pastor.Rev.
rl"u"d:: t him: from time to time that i if A RESPECTED

0.< !''i-is; t>enumerators engaged in cols -
'" :I statistics' for ginners reports,l J. F. W. Reinhardt the popular J I' AF ,
'- .if t ,ms as correspondents for New pastor of the German-Lutheran churchof \ i t r t
Y"I iiv\ cotton brokers. Representa- this city, is being eagerly sought CITIZEN
tl\, Rurlonn. of Texas, stated that a
after by toe congregation of the St.

'::1had' been introduced in congress John's Lutheran church, of Now Orleans V ., F,, ,.t al ? l It'' f / t I IF Alleged that They Lifted the Watchof f

v li'rh! was likely to pass, to correct'his and recently he has received Clem Condon in the

ovii. Mr. Taylor complained -.w' y f
two calls to assume the pastorate of >rA t i EXPIRES

'hi-' committee: that at the census bureau that churcn. So far..howen r, he has Opera House.Two .I E
hp ha-j been unable to get permission
not come to a decision and Pensaco-
' \ I to look at the ginners' report: -
lians are in hopes that he will remain
far: twenty-one counties in which hera. I1'i' boy, both young white men, j.
> esiecial.interested| as the totals Spaking of the second call upon i; F R O fl 1 Col. James M. Tarble Former are held In the city jail on the charge

tiff\ -rod( radically from the totals of of being dangerous and suspicious
the popular pastor the New Orleans of Pensacola Has .
tit National( Ginnerd' Association.H Mayor characters, having been arrested upon i>r ;4r
Tim(>s-Democrat of recent date saysIt :
<- said he was permitted to look atj I the charge by one of the police on ,
isn't often the experience of a Passed Away.One ,
the r"I"H1.! i. of eight other counties and I. cers.
minister to be so persistently called '
hr jaw no reason why Director North The complaint against the two boys Y
to a pulp as has ben the recent experience 1 I 'r '
rtioiild i w *a$ made by Clem Condon, a boy'a
regard: any information uponi'i.h of the oldest and most respected :
J. F W Reinhardt,,
'\' secret of Rev. | twelve of who al-. .,
the at'Out
( report was based as j j'T.rn When Rev. Carl citizens of Pensacola passed away years age,
: ho i report had already been I of Pensacola. Fla. lsgejj) that while fee was in the opera
ta.""!4- public.A'PEARS i J. Cramer. left the pulpit of St.John's 1i Thursday night, when Colonel James that house witnessing; the perfooiance his '
January )(. Tarble expired at his home in
vacant, -
church 1
Lutheran ; watch was taken by John Delmar and'Charles
:: TO BE IN ADEMENTED in the courseof western portion of the city. He had
I, his congregation I Lewis He could not state,
STATE: extended it to Mr. 1 been ill] for some time,although manyof t
U S Si
a week or so however, which one had taken the y
Rein /I. his friends: were not aware of the
xv M. Trainer st!, Reinhardt of Pensacola. Mr. time piece, or at what time he was re- .
of theb;
: the of his death naturally
tone fact and news
considered! it favorably lieve'd of itt s
it said r
>*II and most citizens of hardt, i.i 4
i>opular shock to them.
(I came as a
1 ; would The two boys arrested proll"stflOdagainst
F'-drola' but his congregation
was placed in the countyJ4 ,
The colonel as he was familiarly their arrest saying they were frt
h.. ;iast night by the authorities it not hear' of It, and: so he declined. called was well known and liked innocent, and when searched no ward! f
II'i tbo opinion of his friends and;: Now, St. John's congregation thinksMr. i 1" throughout the city. He had hc1.115et'eral was found. They were held, however,

'n. > "fficals/ that lie is in a dementEd,, Reinhardt is the best man to b- 1"J" ,.O-f:;':" _. .,_ positions of Importance among! in default of a bond of 500.00;; each. ts' -
1 ,
direction and them ,being that of mayor of Pensacola -
Its spiritual t'-
'I 1 iiursday! while in his room in the'' had for another .' and many persons who were not: .i
'"''Tn portion of the! city, where he: has. consequently, sent him h.? familiar with the early history of the] AUGUSTA OffiCEBUilDING : Y

has. b..n conducting a candy store!! call, giving stronger reasons way t ,', city have been interested listeners)
h. firl'.1,| :u revolver, which' was thought|, should resign his charge there and I \ \ when he related his experiences aii
+" !h" accidentally discharged. An In.'I -!: accept the church here. \ ; chief executive of the city many jearaj;! BURNED
\"'; ''gaum was nude with th, result: : "The leaders of the church t1 ago. '
thai; frt'"nds secured a nurse to attend!i Intimated: that, the effort to so- '' : s Col. Tarblo had reached the age of;

"'",', bm ;in some manor he left the; cure Mr.( Ueinhardt would: be persis calls !; : ..... .. '" about seventy years and up to a period 1 By Associated Press.
th r+"Km. and came to the city, going to! tent. It was said that second minIster jinJv 1''t\'b.:; of about a year since be appeared to Augusta Feb. !!;.-Fire in th
office of a friend, which he refused under such circumstances to been a 'vi- V be in good health, although compelledto Leonard Building. the largest office
1 to leave. were rare, but they had / use crutches on account,of an affliction building in the city, threatens the
l-ast night!/: officers of the county, tended as often as'three times. The .; : i r' V, of the kn.?es. principal business blocks this after- .,
't''ok him into custody and placed him second call will reach Mr. ReinhardtIn : The deceased leaves a wife to mourn,wxm. The building was badly wrecked ", Y
tn the county jail. His friends will, a few days and::! he will then haveto his Joss whom be married a few years but not entirely destroyed. The'foSs ( -
b. please place the subject( before his congregation .- thousand dollars insurer
to learn that he. seemed tol since. Js) fifty
"* somewhat better during the late again. It! is understood The date and hour of the funeral 1 t<. the extent of seventy-five yet, .
blurs of the w's that if his congregation will release ,-
night and resting CONGRATULATIONS i has not jet; been announced. ccak -
Iiq.L bim, lie will come to :\evt! Orleans.A :



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:: # AGE TWO -- I r .. rHEPNSC-OtAJOURP4.ALSrjuRD&Y'MOftPlINO: ,- .FEBRUARY" : IT,' 1908 ...

ttW'. "along thout 0fJ. ;,proposed canal.

ir ; Lateral drain. would be necessary on ROll OF HONOR

either side of the main canal at right 15

angleeo, a;.width'of twenty feet and
not lesj ,miles apArt. The!\ Startling
than two ..
HEALTH 1 level nature of the country would render --___) L-

is the .' them useless more than four miles I OF CONVENT ------ ..t__,, rat

back, whleji would give a width Off 25
eight wiles the route and
along relief of COTS
results in the quick
area of 400 Bquarc miles or '250,000 ABCORT"ARROW

L Most Important ; acres.To'cffect. > this will take a main ca I PAIH-whether caused by local SCHOOL l :

nat, about fifty mUos long 150 .feet Injuries, or disorder of any of
wide and eight fet deep; and in ad-' CLUPECO SHRUNK-QUAKTU HrrsCLuerr.

dition fifty lateral drains Jour miles] the internal organs -re obtained PEABODY: & CO.
long tWf'nty'foot wide and six; tOl I .,."... 01' CLUETT ""0 .O&I""CM 'M'.,,

eight feet aeep. This makes a total by using HAMIINS Attained Positions -
of 250( iptle of drainage *ork-,. and, Many High

No one can tell good baking powder from bad dug eventually drains.,a lar'le number of hand- WIZARD OIL. During the Month of -- -

:i merely by the appearance ; ; 1'heC11'\t is estimated at from threeto Some of the pains which it

: : four cents per cubic >ard exclusive January.The IF YOU'RE
of the cost ttt dredges and ten- most promptly and successfully THINKINGOF
The --
4'. price is some guide, but not an infallible one ; ders. Then too. the great mass of rheumatism neuralgia i following is the honor roll for
the the south of cures, are ,
Everglades lying of the Convent

J. Some cheap brands may raise the dough, yet con of thIs Mexico rout,'find through* an outlet different in tde streamsa Gulf headache, earache, tooth. : th School Senior> month: Grade of January-Misset. Maggie 'Mo PUTTING. YOUR

tain unwholesome distance of seventy to ninety nii'es burns scalds Biebfghauser.: Mc-
. ingredients. would ache, sprains, Hugh Louise
from This
Lake Okeechobee.

give; a very slow; .current and drain- cuts, .colic, etc. j jj. Hugh Bond: Lola Genevieve Cusacks Rafferty, Florence Evelyn Roche, FEET AND MONEY

t There is one safe, sure way,- to follow the ,,- age could only ,b made effective by j. Mattie O'Brien, irma Gonzalez Jen-

..I quantity. This great curative medicine nie Birnes. INTO SHOES, WE
||1 recommendations of the/ .The Lands Reclaimed. I Senior Boj's-Masters Emanuel i DQ

: .'- Mr. Ia1ing--then goes into the natures is a pleasant, safe, and certain JoCjnfon Eddie }lotta, Clyde Bicker THINK YOU SHOULD
Herman Pap, Leo Maher,
Leo Cox
of 'the that would be reclaimed -
lands remedy for internal and exter. Adrian Farinas, Willie Merritt, Alfred SEE OUR SHOES-THE
: .
? U. S. and finds three great clas3t's.Joirst
GOVERNMENT ANALYSTS Roscoe Thompson, Henry
Bradley, ,
tlx.: higher Jands, consisting of ,
nal which DeTer falls to Bonifay.
use, Schawienberg, Cameron
THE HIGHEST AUTHORITIES ON HYGIENE : sand mhtt'j'with humus, which is excellent Dan Bergin Guitano!
John Rafferty. Famous
: THROUGHOUT THE WORLD, '- ..1 .' I not)) liable for to agrlcutural fire.! purposes and relieve and cure. Nothing else Mirabella, Gilmore Hatton, Thomas:

"THE' BEST HOUSEKEEPERS EVERYWHERE .' Secondly the land consisting .of de like It. At druggists. Price 50e Cusachs. Edward Burnham, Paul Reuniont. -;

composed>g table matter of a peaty Regent Shoes
Misses Ludle
nature ,very liable to fire and which' and $1.00. Fully guaranteed. Kindergarten Room' -:
Katie Haines,! /
Yniestra, Katie Mott'a
when fire once starts, is very difficult .
to ertiijgulfih. as the fire burns down Sold and recommended by Teresa Wittman Nettle Trainer l\1il-j: BEFORE DOING IT
beni'aUi.the. 'surface and only stops! dred ftochebla'e.tasters: Gregpry;!

BAKING'POWDER when watar is reached. WHITE'S PHARMACY, Quina Misses Francis Christie Julia I YOUR FEET WILL BEAT
Pensacola Fla. Johnson, Mercedes Hatton. Josephine!
ROYAL Thirdly there is the vafet! 'terrifory ; HOME
H' covered with' saw grass, and the vegetation Phone 180., Night Phone 446. Daniels, Maggie Mae Kearney Nannie MOMENT

: indicates, that the mud is very, Sweene)'. Eva Hall, Masters Harrington THEY GET INSIDE .
fertile and when drained< and dried; Johnson, Thomas McHugh Misses

very )liable) to fire and as in tbe, case ESCAKBIA OYSTER IEPOT.Phone121O. Lucy Swaine, Naccni Marzoni, Rosie THE SHOES AND

, J just preceding, fire would be hard Daniels, Florida Wallace Lettie Martin ,
i ABSOLUTELY PURE extinguish. j I Ito : Mercy Kuester. Willie Moody: THEY'RE EXTRA GOOD
.' Geraldine'Touart, Frances Brent. Maggie -
Then the shrinkage from drainage, I :
:or Fine Perdido Bay Plant and Escam- VALUE FOR YOUR
Il must 'be'tak n into account, 'and 'this bia reasonable iCes. I Holifield. Annie :Mooney 'Juillej'
Mr. U ling estimates at about twenty- Oysters at ?! Sweeney, Genevieve Wilkins, Mary l' MONEY-53.50.

-l!: ; i :. ._ -. five per cent. C. Tabarras & Co.bcttrf3ii Johnson Alfred, Masters Gale Allen John Christie.Misses Edwina Arthur',

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Ruins Present Conditions.The Christie, Lloyd and :Althea Blumer "
? I NOTED tiEiIPiGsi I_and the regular inflow from lands I lowering of Lake Okeechobee I Matfe Christie Agnes Eccles, Janet '

I above, as quickly as possible thus en- four feet would reduce the area by.! : Matron!, Oril May Williams V1rjinial

I' abhsg) them to do their work: as main I about one-half, making a long basin: Merritt Masters Edward Johnson,!I H 0. ANSON
into which smaller lateral FINE PHOTOGRAPHS.
grains easily affected by climatic changesand I Leo Rejmundo. James Neville Willie I; ,
drains would find their outlet.As .
BROWARD'S&R/UNAOE/ PLAN: to use the engineer's own language -! Pensacola, Fla. SerIes Aline Matron!, Frank Quina/ ,

to Everglades. "altogether changing the present _. ,- Intermediate Room-Misses Hilda! p CASH CLOTHIER
The KMM-glaUes.. sets up, include favorable conditions along the Bicker, Quinnie McVoy Etta Pent!;
about 5000 square miles of 'territory.vclushe East Coast." I Ruby Burns, Helena deGraaf, Florence ; -; \ Corner Palafoi and Main.

1 ] Christopher Maiing Submits Affidavit( in Suit Alleging that'Brainage about 1,200 of Lake miles Okeechobee and BigCypress of The danger from frosts would be I O MILTOIVSpecial II IIL Drennon, Katie Connors, Nellie;

square greater and other similar changes Conway, Freda Banfell, Addle McVby:
1 of the Everglade Region of Florida is Almost Swamp of about 2.000 square woulfl be made.. Annell McCarthy. Ruth Roche Ado
miles. All this land is of swampyature
Johnson Lizzie Carlin, Mattie O'Cou-
and cohered with saw grass, Work Almost Useless. I
Impracticable. nell Mamie Bicker, Elmire Rupert.
: to The Journal.
the few hillocks and other high places .
"taught ,
Experlenceohas; according Junior Girls-Misses Ella Rupert,
equaling only about 200 miles. Milton, Feb 16.-Rev. B. O! Glenn
to the affiant that for tJ1e'successt ll I Presiding Elder of the Pensacola Ruth Turner Florence Connors, An-
ed above is perhaps the most inter I Lake Okeechobae acts as a huge '
CLAIMS' THAT WORK, EVEN IFCAflRIED t2 Hag. > rehervior and feeds, with the water it cultivation .oinu'ck lands two things;, District, held .quarterly .conference, at nie Gonzalez, Alma Banfell Helen
.I receives from the Kl&simnKFish are necessary, drainage "and irriga the paraqpage Wednesday afternoonand Gonzalez Annie Marchetta, Alberta
1 TO COMPLETION Engineer of Note. 'Eating Creek, other small strums, tion. ,.. 1 I preacbed at the &byteriau; Donovan Alice and Annie Godwin,
Mallng no**r6Sid%> at. Kisslinmee If 'Lake Okeechobee should be lowered -I i church'at night. The interior of the Isabell Ve, Ernestine Jeudevine,
WOULD BE OF NO VALUE IN and an annual rainfall of about 48
M in Osceolo, comity though hU dirties inchf'!;. Ihl* twrltory.\ The lake is as .contemplated, 'irrigation! by!.r1'&Yf, Methodist church 'i i* being finish- Josephine Johnson Kellie Myers, Myrtle
RECLAIMING THE VAST OVERFLOWED as an. engineer have carried him into only about twenty feet above sea gravitation ,would_ be cutoff: ,and the all starts of'he world. For a time,level. Its greatest! depth based onI reclaimed land'would have to be'irrigated -I in the, near future. Powell Caramella Mirabella.Jnntor AND
ifl:: : TRACT. he was with the New Zealand govern' Mr. :'o1allag'6 own soundings being ,by' pumping ines and levees.I .Ira. U E. Nobles, of PensacolaMrs. Boys-Masters John Swee

ment, went through the" New Zealand!I I',only atoout twelve ,feet, and from that Incase. of'::fire_ which he considers. I H. T. Stroud. "of ,Pollard-, .ndMra. ney John Johnson, Harold Hall, Joe
war in 1869-1S70; and -later was taken' is shoals off grad wally) the -most dangerous aspect- of the entire J, B. Barnett' of ,Monroavllle, Corrigan: George Cazeppa, Eugene Pupj:

$ Claiming that the vast amount ofwork to South Africa, where he rendered I| The rainy, season occurs during the scheme,. :'it would be absolUtelynecessary were here yesterday holding interesting '! Bonifay, Frank Hatton,Ernest Castro,
great service to the British Army in boated month an the shrinkage of to flood thelands again in meetings in the, ,interest of Addison Meade George Greenwood,
to drain the Everglades
1i4 necessary '
the war against the Boer: His long the lakes be finds does not equal more order 'to extinguish the flames Ppreign Jllssions. The meeting"at, 4 Thomas Maloney Alvin Bicker, WaIter -
tl makes the pet schemes of experience and his thorough knowledge -I' o'clock for children.. ; :::
than two fet in any season. The Absence. of Timber. I was Moody,
Governor Broward impracticable] ; of the atibject. for he was in, swamp lands are roughly!: estimatedas Mr. andIrs. s. \\\ Ballenthwj visited .
charge of the party that made the investigation The absence of timber the land, -- ,
on Pensaoola
i; fcasing this claim upon actual statistics l 3,500.000 acres and saturated with Wednesday. The Original Laxative' Cough Syrupis
; and showing conclusion thatevt'n of the conditions in the water, amounting to twenty-five percent he sets up as a drawback to the set Capt.' B. S. Axelson and brother Kennedy's Laxative Honey and Tar. o
Everglades ) !v'rat years ago, make tlement of th'e Everglades if reclaimed of Pensacola business (EVERY DOUBT SQUEEZED OUT
the scheme carried out and this must be provided for in Fred were. It expels all cold from the system by
were his affidavit all the more valuable. the drainage system. as there would be neither lumber visitors here ,Monday acting as'a cathartic on 'the bowels. If jour purchases of drugs <--hwh)

I successfully the results are of com Substance of Affidavit. Difficulties In Way. nor fire wood. Then, too, the swampy ,Mrs. R. T. .MeDavid who has been Kennedy's Laxative Hoiwy and Tar is cals, proprietary remedies (otis' v

jiaraUvely little value the affidavit Engineer Maiing first sets up that To lower Lake Okeechobee four nature? "of the! lands would prohibit all the guast of her parents ,..fudge.andIrs. a certain, safe and harmless cure for cles, prescriptions! on jour dor-wi

d t submitted by Christopher Ma.ling.I au two great questions arise when any feet, contemplated, would take a wheeled transportation.In I ) E. P. Holley 'for the past ten colds croup and whooping cough.Tea.llla' order, are made here. Jheres n- '
I engineer
t'! most interesting in the mass of evidence whether the work to be performed is flow, stretching over a route from owing to the level nature of the Everglades Dotban. Ala tkr Cur's Kood. as to jour getting"the exac' ar-l *
131; pre&enlaa'! both sides In the for the purpose of a navigable canal; I South Bay on r..ake''Okeechobeo to no lowering of Lake Okeecho Prof. I. E ..Allen. ..or"Brent was 'a you want never a doubt a.(0( o
Victor Hirtzier. served tw<
4 answer to th ruV to show cause why or for reclaiming lands for agricultural -New River, a distance of fifty miles. bee or the Glades would be effectivefor familiar figure on our streets Mon o j years liability, accuracy and care vet 't!f.'
This would require a current of day The friena's here of this In the czar's kitcbena at the Winter pal ()* *
$ th* temporary injunction granted by non-pases. drainage purposes at a greater many never a doubt to the fairness! .
1z Jivige Doarman lesiraining the In the first case, be shows it is absolutely twentyfive mile per diem, and at distance than four or five miles. The I.1 genial old gentleman, are always gladto ace in St. Petersburg has given some price we make. Should ho n< 3'

carrying out of Governor Broward's Bacttisar to maintain a'' this rate it ivoul take 170 nays to affiant states that he owns no landsin see him. interesting details,u to the cuisine of as to the wisdom of dealing "."" G3-

scheme. fihoaM.npt t>continued during supply or water somewhere near the! reachtlie lake level desired. : that section that would be affected ''I Senator T. F. West was among the the imperial | and the'precautions -
the pendency at the suit says thj highest point, great enough to preventany : But lake Okeechobee is not a closed' by the drainage tax and that he is visitors to Pensacola Tuesday. rhousefeloV HOOTON'S PHARMACY,
t: Jacksonville Times-Union. alteration in the oepth of water rescTvior as the drainage of the Kis- i an entirely disinterested party. I Miss Taylor of Bluff Springs, is the taken against1 attempt to poison

The plaintiff in the case is- the in the canal and this can best be supplied -Bimmee Valley, about 100 miles lone!!:; guest of her aunt !\lrs.IPrice Jemigan.Rv. the autocrat of. alLthe). Ragaias. The The Birthplace of Prompt Deliver

$4 t Southern States l.11n'and Timber by -natural or artificial lakes fed' and thirty miles ""wide comes in, with I Argument is Concluded. ,I Thos. H Jones. agent" for the Lead chef j of the imperial kitchens PHONE 1100.

M; Company and the action in Chancery by rivers. The outlet] of such re-I' numerous lakes and rivers and small I Other affidavits submitted by coun-, AabamaIethodist: Orphanage at holds the*rank of' general in the Russian -

Is brought in the Unite States Circuit serviors must be controlled by dams strpam! This given a drainage ofi sel for the plaintiff i in the suit confirm ; Summrfield, was here this week In ..receives- salary of more
lock as to store water i about 5,000 miles emptying different opinions of Mr Maling's'the interest of that worthy institution. army
:j Court against N. B. Broward as or gates jio nip j square than $50,000 a'yesfc and ill an important
Governor" and the other state officers, sufficient to provide against the possibIlity -! from the north. meaning an amount of affidavit, though none of them are Sj The floating saw mill owned b>' Carnival Costumes
1 as *,ell gg the Board of Drainage CommlgsioiKTS. .of the dry season diminishing I water double the capacity of the canal elaborate and c1t'arlIItated as is his.' by, f"l<;8rs. W. A. :McLeod and I>. M. official of tjhe state. Under him there is

For threa dais counsel l the water lesding them.In I I estimated above. This would meanthat The above is but a brief! summary of I McDavid has been sat fartoril/ an army of some 3M'mPD as chefs underchefs'and WILL'BE FOR RENT

have been submitthiR affidavits and the second instance, the main object fI v'ralgreat canals would have :Mr. Maling's: concise statement of the tested here and will in the near future subordJnates'and also the
! : making arguments and of the manyother Ia to pronde a number of canals'I'to be cut. facts in the ease as he finds them. I be put in operation on) the Ea- keepers of the wine cellars. lIvery dish Fancy Dress for Ladies and Gee,

. tooumentB 'rousht; to the atten- at regular intervals of ufftcient width,I Still Further Troubles. One affidavit supports the statementof cambla River. that is prepared'for the Imperial table In Velvet Cambric, etc.

1 ten:: of :Judge Locke. the ono mention- depth' and fall to carry off all waters. Then Mr.: Mating takes up the area I the burning of the lands, and this must first be partakon of by a majorof also

1 latter Is based, not on theory but on I New Suits Filed. the a.rinythe.food'is then placed in Giovei,
Comical Masks Stockings
conditions actually seen.; Tho following) new suits wr filed a closed shaft, wbifch,the major also enters
def'ndants'have in the office of the clerk of the circuit False Mouetaches and Hair Good
The also put In a:i and itucendatbe dining room
vast amount of evidence tending to I. court yester 'ay: of tie czar/where tbe.tna-jor again partakes at
A. M. McMillan vs. Beverly H. Burton -
, Test-- support their contentions.before Judge Argument Locke :Mary A. Burton and May Burton, ef it. and no ill effect ensuing, Mrs. Nordstrom's Millinery!
Ti1 was concluded I ejectment; Maxwell & Reeves and it is then served to the imperial house- ,

lIlt A Will Tell yesterday took the questions afternoon raised and the under court ad-I I Avery & Avery attorneys for plain. bold. The menu.is ordered' each day by No. 11 E. Intendencia St

1 > I tiff. the czar, ,wbo la a hearty eater and who I
vlsem?nt. Counsel are .g1v(n until
Tuesday to submit briefs. Harry ,Pierce >s. .T. G. Hlllard. 're- : plevin: damages .$250; S. Pasco Jr., be invented by "chef. The dining,

'; 'What Liquozone Can Do for You--and It Is Free. attorney for plaintiff. room in' which the regular meals are SUITED WITH A

bt.jt WHEELER'S ROMANCE. Consolidated Grocer: Co., a carper'ation' taken Is'small ma4eof cut iron. Is
I vs. Isaac Birman and George bombproof and is sealed like a bank CERTIFIED CHECK

!& General Risked Life Vleltlnr F.t.re L. Morgan bill in chancery; Avery & vault between mea1s.DIMAND '.'
2' You 'who are waiting-we ask you been made with i itts rower had been Also moat forma of followlnc: Wife While FlKhtlBff Fedcrala. Avery, attorneys for plaintiff.
.1t ftgain to try Liquosone; to try it at our proved.again atxl again, irfthe most difficult Kidney TronblM Liver TroubI.ebom.ch ) : Richard Celestine vs. Ophelia Cel- 5c CIGAR.All .
Troubles Woraeo DlMU" The death of General JoeWheeler, :
ft ; expense. You'll regret this delay when germ diseases. Thenwe? offered to lever, inflammation or catarrh-Impure or polM : UJna you l learn what the product mean to you. supply the first bottle free in every disease >n-d blOOd-u,ually ladlcat a germ attack.. the ex-Confederate veteran, has recalled I I tin., attorney for plaIntiff.SCHELL.HOWARD.. color material} *1
1 In nerroni debility muoxoo acta a rttaliatr, PROVESITS ma gooa
Do as millions have done-etop doubting that.required k. And over one accomplishing remarkable results. to the minds of a number of New .
I I embodied In it
1 r :; give Liquozone a test. Then judge million doU rs.,Ha, *br i.-pent to an- I I Orleans people the' romantic story of hit : .

t it by results. Germ di e pes' -and there nounce and fu1fi'thofrs 50c. Bottle Free.If courtship, pays the New York Tribune. I I Harry A. Scbell an(1Ii'l'l:: Ada Es- MERIT. & Co.
are scores of them-rail for a germicide. The result is that 1toooO( bottles j I I f A. Greenhut ,
: ; It of the
you need Liquozone,and have never was in the early years war. tell Howard were united in the holybonds I
Those are the diseases to which Liquo- have beenjised1,,ns< ..tIY1in..t e.past two tried, it,please Fend us this coupon. We I! General Wheeler bad been harrying the !:i of matrimony at the Presby- DISTRIBUTORS

i! tone beet applies. Don't cling blindly years. TodaythcrE.arettuntless cured will then mail you an order on a local Federal I troops near Chattanooga and .'.I tf-rian church_ in.Chipley, Florida. Jan. PENSACOLA. FLORID&Safes
. to old-time remedies, if you don't find. oaeeseattee.ereto. tell what THE SALE OF "AMERICAN
them effective. Let us the Uquozoneas .. druggist for a full-sizabottle, and will bad managed to cut off their supplies. .3i, 7kv, J. S. Alley, officiating.' Harry
prove power dULP.4
the druggist ourselves for it. This and Miss Ada are numbered
I of the new.What. But so nKay ptfleMneed. it that this pay !: During a part of this campaign he I I amongChiplej's QUEEN" BEER INCREASED
M our free gift, made to convince best young people and ei'- !
4 offer ij i >& bett<$ukIa: .late years,wienceliastfarctbocoree to let the product itself chow vou whatit you; I I made his home on tbe Jones estate, In ttr: upon th voyage of wedded life TWENTY-FIVE PER Safes! Safes

Liquozone Is. of'diseases to germ ran do. In justice jourseU, please northern Alabama. There he met Mrs. ,I with the best wishes of a host of !

- them.attacks.We Old-remedies vishUo. show do those not apply sick ones to accept it today, for it places you underno I I Ella Sherrod. the daughter of Colonel l ;I friends. :CENT LAST Buy Diebold Safes
The virtues of Liquozone are derived. obligations whatev.r.Liquozone Jones a well known steamboat man
olely from gases. The formula i is sent to I. -at our cost-what Liquozone can do. costs 50c. and $1, of zJtebellum'daYlI. Colonel Jones was -- SEASON. Scarritt Moreno,
each The of making re-
) user. process Where It Applies. I I away at the war. Mrs. Rherrod's hut- .....
) quirts large apparatus, and from S to 14 I .. I
CUT OUT THIS COUPON band had died and she was left aloneon Agent.
,i days' time. It is directed by chemists I There could 'be no more signal proofof
These the which
ti of the highest elarc. The object b to TO i are deasesiu Liquozonehas FlU It out and mall It to The Llqnoioa cornPLOY. the plantation witti: her crippled win A VITAL merit than the rapidly increasing, -
be ninie In I
( : fix and combine the gases to('arrvint.o employed. the8 .W-t&4 Wabash A....,ChIcago I, and an Invalid mother. General Wheeler ; tale of American Queen Beer. That is -- -
has its widest
earned In
the a powerful tonicgermicide.Contact reputation. fell love and often slipped : I plain
system In a unanswerable
with Liquozone kills form all of thee troubles we supply' the first My dueu.I....................................... I deeply.; ELEMENT ': fact. If have unassailable'"VVOOIJ
any bottle free. And all-no matter how difficult away from his command to spend a ;you ever ,doubted the
of disease germ because germs are of in I h av.never tried Uqnraan. bat If Y9Q wflupptyrne&lOcbott1.free few hours with Mrs. Sherrod althoughthe 'or success is health.: DrinkPOSTUM I i superiority of _the berg this should
-ne offer each user a two months'further \ Iin takalt.A bel All kinds that want.
th Li
origin. Yet to body "stunner" I you
vegetable for
quo- a jour abubts.
test without. the risk of a penny. trips were made at the risk of his

zone U not only harmless, but helpful die4 AUluna Qoiu Oo tAleceu ...........-................................- I ITO You can't possibly fool the' people!
its main
. i in the extreme. That is -Annaia Uen.rrk.e-1..t- i life.Finally the Federal troops burned : in beer. Its; good 'Or bad qualities' OAK AND PINEcheaper
tinction. Common germicides are poison Bro a ; immediately
I when taken intemill}'. That is why Bowel chHiKloodUnicon Hay I..Grffp.5'e ID1ueua ........-..-.........................-.... every building fin theplantation, and are sales grow as gradually apparent and, so as wheat vastly than you car. but
Trouble L.ocosTeabQtssbld
' medicine has been BO helpless in a germ ( Me3srt&eurs1zLscousamuon C -e ... Mrs. Sherrod'carried her mother from as is the case with American) It anywhere.. Any size >ou
disease: is exhilarating, .i- General BE'WELL.' "
laqupzone C.ai.4uea Dmtmi rieull&4U1mC&DCera18n'Jl" ; 1 3 GlT;roll addrcav-write plainly.Ketf the burning house at midnight. i I Queen you -may depend tJpoD' it the. want.
t&lizbg, purifying; yet no disease germ ratrats4ypbtUDys.atetyDlarl.r& I Wheeler drove the Federal troops people have found a superior article. ,I

can exist in it. ""f t* 1ibuI..i.ac.P&4bi.aa. 5kCtee.5Dyt that this offer appltea to nw turn only. I completely out of the neighborhood. Read "'Ib Road to Wellville." '' Try It ).our& t(. We can and doi
, We purchased the American rights had to T.-U Any rbyflfcian! or boeplial not yet usuif\ L1 Imminaiwiil t At the close of the war Mrs. Sherrod In pkgs. I' recommend this as a pure, wholesome -! E. G.
thousands of tests .
; Licuozone 1'--oaU- TSrvM T.--w. be gladly auppliod tug ajjjijjjjiijjj uak j I' beverage for the
I consented to become Mrs. Wheeler. home, for the
I I healthy,and- the ,weak; 614.

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Special to The Journal. !

B CONFERENCE ,Pollard. Feb 16.-Mr. M.- LIndsey

made a flying business trip to South

'florida last week, returning Satur- This is notice to all jvho are looking for the 1est of

':, day night it that our Clean-Up. Sale of Winter Shoes .
G GAME IN SESSION The first wedding of the season was customary ,

solemnized at the home of the bride's our big -

parents, Mr. and Mrs. \V. )I. Skinner,

Wednesday at 3 p. m. Mr. Chas.

Was Toomer and Miss Minnie Skinner were': Odd and End Sale Starts' -
Played Last Night Betweenthe Interesting Session Was Held' Every united in marriage Rev. J. M.
Classical School Last Presided Over Upon Brewton officating. They were the
and Nignt by
recipients of several handsome and I PRICE CHOPPING is the order given and

Y. M. C. A. President Cawthon.The 1 Bottleand useful. W. A.presents.Finlay interviewed the merchants MARVELOUS VALUES AWAiT YOU. I

j jf wrapper of the genuine Dr.Boll's P1nTarHoney of our sister towns south of us|
rwrS satisfaction being the above design u
Is printed '
this week.
.....r ..Ir.'s"" ,!. : The team of i Is both trade-mark and guarantee. warrant cne day \lorgans.J $3.50MEN'S SHOES NOW...... .. ..... ,........... .._ ......$Z88 !
the Classical School annual conference ofthe Uni-! medicine contained In the bottle Mrs. Laura Hugiiston, of }
g'.n..tartion tX( in bu'ingbe- last night gave an exhibition of fast veisallst church convened in Pensa- will that cure tho couffhs. colds and all lung. ville, is visiting Dr. J. D. Owens, Sr., $2.50 MEN'S SHOES NOW...._...... .. ?. ... ... ... ... 1.93 ;

10\\ I lt.' market price. i basket ball such as has never before cola last night, when a most interestIng acd throat and chest than troubles any other more remedy quietly and family. Dr. Owens Is a brother! $1.50 MEN'S SHOES NOW .......... "*.. "* .... .. .... ...... 1.18
-\1\ his, limo we can satisfy i ben$ ,played by a local team They session 'was' held and much bus: to :Mrs. Hughston. i $4.00 LADIES' SHOES NOW...... ?.... .... .. .. .... ... ... 3.09 \

soil\. :n l IMlh lIlts points.cut with .the had a tough proposition before themas iness was. transacted. President I Dr. Bell's GS.\ Walker -\\ called by telegram! $3.50 LADIES' SHOES NOW....... .. ... .. ... .. ...... 2.93 -
: was seen when the two teams appeared Cawthon of DeFuniak Springs presided to Bagdad Fla., his old home "to at-!'
con '.t\i\.f' -hon'dpr.': long length. I on the field. There were players at the meeting. Rev. C. P. Hail' tend the funeral of his grandmother, $2.50 LADIES' SHOES NOW..... ... ...... .......... '1.93

, Xin :!M I haA, stylish'; In every on the l. Mv C. A. team who have delivered a most interesting and instructive PINETARHONEY H. ,V. Allen, who died from at l'Mrs. | $1.50 LADIES' SHOES NOW.....11.-.. .. ..... ... ..-.. 1.12 '

ret|I", (" and well talored.! I justly won a name for fast plajing sermon, ,which was listenedto stroke of apoplexy. Mrs. Allen had $1.25 LADIES' SHOES NOW.... .. ..?. .. ... .. ... ...... 98
N,-\e\ Dollars were Twelve to notable among them was Barrow, with much attention by the congregation. reached: the ripe old age of 81 years 1-
Fourteen Collars. lljockhart' and l\1 al'J or)'. But their and was very highly respected.The BOYS' MISSES' 'AND CHILDREN'S'SHOES REDUCED IN SAME ;

Fourteen Collars and Forty j fcrwards were so embarrassd by The following program has been horse of butcher J. W. Kelly! PROPORTION.99c .
I Cents were Eighteen Dollars. ''I persistent guarding that they could d'I arranged for today an3 tomorrow: ran away Thursday afternoon and,; PAIR FOR THOSE FAMOUS MEN'S CABLE SCREW SHOES. '
I Twenty Dollars, were Twenty I no very effective work. Barrow twic 10:30: a. m.-Business meeting. is gold by all druggists. 25e.' 50c. and smashed up things generally. '
.fwe Dollars. j found an opening for his ball, once $1.00 per bottle. Manufactured by W. D. editor Remember
11 a. m. -Sermon by Rev Q. H.Siinn Sowell of the Pine Belt Sale Starts To-day f fIOZ
''in the first and once in the last half, ,
D. D. THE E. E. SUTHERLAND MEDICINE CO. News was in Pollard Wednesday shakIng -
He did this under great difficulties 2:30: p. 'm.-Closing business and PADTTCAH. XZSTUCT.S hands with his many friends. I
All of their 22 points except the four .
election of officers. Pollard can boast of six brick stores
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for these two goals were made from 3:30 p. ra.-Sermon by Rev. Ada C. full of goods, with hustlers the head 'I
:'fouls thrown by Lockhart who har.'l MEYER SHOE CO.
; Bowles of Boston. of each; a bank, a saw mill and a b'g! .I
na83d a throw. I ,
, Tj\UDARDfOTHIr1Gd\ I 7:30 p. m.-Sermon by Dr. Shinn. I HICKS' fat mayor, and new settlers taking,
,lOne could hardly pick out the stars
Sunday Service. up abode among us from time to time.,
5 J THiESEn UILDntl : en played the well.Classical The.quick School work team.of the All! 11 a. m.-Sermon by Rev. C. P. Hall. CAPUDINE but we hesitate on a boast of paved( South Palafox f St. Feet Furnishers For Folks.I .

forwards netted them 18 points from 7:30 p. m.-Sermon by Rev. Mrs. w'lh-w: ; IMMEDIATELY CJRI.5HEADACHES streets a marshal and an up-to-date 1

l'.-""-.... ....----- j field) goals. The good work of guards Bowles. I L school building. We mfrght boast if'
J lia shown by the fact that only four .41 kkareaM) our citizens would only wake up our',' -
---lout of a score of 22 came from field Afraid of Strong Medicines. HOURS major and councilmen to the need of' ...............................................
R. K. WHITE I IN 6 TO a a good comfortable school house, a .
throws. suffer for from AI.H Dta ir.
Many people years .
Watchmaker Manufacturing Jewelerand the entertain I marshal and passable streets.W.
Graduate Optician. Introducing rheumatic pains and prefer to do so T. Mayo has sold his livery *
ment was a game between the Y. M. I
30 S. Palafox St., Persacola, Fla. 'I C. A. Juniors and P. C. S. Juniors. rather than take the strong medicines; stable to Martin Bros. i V
usually given rheumatism not
The Pollard Mercantile Co. will
open -
This also resulted in a victoryfor
game H'I! I t
knowing what quick relief from pain Inp for business in few Goods' i '
a dajs.
th* P. C. S. by a score of 19 to 12. .
be had by; applying Chamberlain's

TERSELY TOLD Tlie done solar by work Brawner for ,the who associationwas played a Pain Balm and without taking i. i are. Mrs.arriving H. T.daily.Strout is on a tour of I!: Such a Hurry -
any medicine internally. For sale by
magnificent game; and for the P. C. West Florida in the missionary cause. > .1
W A. Gahlenback has returned S. White Dishman and Quina. all druggists. Mrs. T. Sowell, of Brewton was in, t ,; -
*$ ?f H '
town Thursday. Mrs. Sowell'wnI)
of the teams was:
onif' from New York City. The.lineup !i
Reds-Forwards. Lockhart ana'. Barrow NEW SHORT STORIESArt open up a millinery store here in the', ., to buy Furniture that you will fall to see< our stocfc. It :
,;mo A Ryan of' )Mobile formerly ; guards!, Bell and Mallory; center Last Night's Play. near future in the Owens building. :. Is superb now, and will be a treat for yotr'tc see it whjeUier .".'l. '
IV:I"a'ola.: was in the city jesterring -I Yonge.: In the On account of the loss ofan, important 'Mr. Pouncey arrived in town sever : you buy or not. v : ;'
; Capitol. .
,d') \ :- .friends.J piece of scenery the He will -t -
IP. C. S.-Yarsit forwards Morganand al days ago. open up a drug} 4
They of :
were, talking Speaker Can ct h
Gjpzene Company found it impossible ..4, !
.J J l II. Uuss the well known Freeport : Phillip*; guards. Duncan. Zeek non's new picture, and It moved Delegate to present "Money Mad," as advertised store In the Finlay.building in a shortUme. "'
.'rpitine, man, ,was in Pensacola jea- arid Turtle; center Avery We Can Furnish Your Home
*daand last night. He wili re- Y. M. C. A. Juniors-forwards. Ains- Mark Smith of Arizona to discuss ,last "night so they select8o"I Prof. Wood and',wife will give a free"I !. '
and"Law" from their .
>\'e repertoire.This
'.ru Io-day. "worth and Coleman; guards Brawner the picture of Speaker Reed which drama concert Saturday nght in the Baptist ,, J
was a
II and Eelim; center Henry adorns the capltol. .Heed never could church. They come highly recommended -1'
and it well It hard- i.
..\nhiit-ct John 1) Rena'all was dowun PCS. Juniors-forwards, Whit<* see any likeness and always regadedthe : was plajed. by the press. They expect to i from Kitchen toParlor <<
' ,,,' .
\t'st"nlay for the first time in and Dishman; guards. Gonzalez. Anderson. organize a vocal class in town. .
, ">k been confined to picture with hostility.!
" ei; a we having Diaz; center, Quina. .
: !tn,me by illness. I I "It was in the height of the Demo- Sick Headache. j t and at prices that will prove a revelation,to yon. Dkml: 4

!Ta> R. Nix. of the firm of White & I TO CURE COLD IN ONE DAY catic storm of denunciation that beat This distressing ailment results i forget too, that you can "Buy Now and Pay Later."

N \ returned -aterday afternoon Take LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine upon Rf'f"dlaid Mr. Smith,. "that a from a 'disordered condition of the I. -

j ,MI the eastern markets where he I Tablets. Druggists refund money if it Republican tourist hit the capitol and stomach. All that is needed to effecta i MARSTON i -
;:,'! bren for som* time prchaslng I falls to cure. E W. GROVE'S signature cure is a dose or'two of Chamber I & QUINA
. I"f'k of goods for his finn. I I is on each box. 25c. lain's Stomach and Liver Tablets. In .

'n hou-e, office, store of factory fact, the attack may be warded off, or I 148 J Pensacola'Fla.Mardi
CO TFETT.I. CONFETTI CONFETTIfor lessened i 108/110 S. Palafox St. Phone i
""r, "oireh'ss: or ne' lieent enrp'oy' I greatly severity by

* : coat jou as much'as jour taxes.i: whple&ale by C. 'S. Bosso. ing a dose of these Tablets as tak-I :....................................................
\i j nip firmness: and a little want ad.j the first symptoms! of an attack t-

,fr ij.emrnt will! remedv the matter.It Delay In the Simplon Tnnnrl. pears. Sold by all druggists.

., The openln .of the Simplon tunnel Is I '
l u expected by the railroad fiiia' FAVORABLE REPORT ON
delayed.: From May 15 to June 1 nextIs I
' :
> that a large crowd of Pensacoaji ef BILLS FOR U. S. COURTSBy Gras Supplies
: wIll l have the eitythi\ morning I'; mentioned as the likely} date. It is I ;
' even suggested that the line not 'jl
''I'i DeFumak to attend thejiJTIondanatiiauqua may Associated Press.
' An excellent program: be opened before the close of the Milan Washington, Feb. 16.-The house We are headquarters for M'ardl Gras supplies, such as 1
.as !tie-:1 prepared: for the j occaiion.M exhibition which will be about Sep i'"WHOI3 committee on judiciary today ordered* :Wigs, }Masks Confetti, Canes, etc. Come and see us. :

lr und '11"-,. R. C. Smith._of Minne- tember. For n distance of six miles a favorable report on tle, bills to pro-i
.' ',i' in th> cit>, on pleasure. They daily and iu about a fortnight! the lay. I Victoria, Texas, and )Miami ,Fla. Phone 235. 2'3 outh Plfox Sfref Peit.*c.la ;I
1'(' th guests of :Marshal and Mrs. TlrGiinrin. tug of the telegraph and signal lines will
.F \! and! it is expected that I begin. Some time tills month the laying 1t t

will:! lemain in Pensacola for atf"1 of the ennajient way on the Italian !- NICE HAIR FOR ALL. ------ .- I
; a month a, both are greatlyasert : side! will begin and about the end -
I ttith Pensacola. Once Destroy the Dandruff Germ and Piling Ip a ;>rrdlm Surplui. Electrical For
of March trains will! be running from Scene in Displays
"itferf "Fantasma
Monday Night. Hair Grows Luxuriantly There is deducted from the pay of
i r E .l nmngs, of New York pro- end to end of the tunnel. Steam will
' ly necessary to (hat the play and Any one can have nice hair if he or every soldier in the regular army 12% Mardi Gras. '
1"- ur of The Fishing Gazette the be used until "electrification" Is cornpleted. say
specialties were well lecetred. she has not dandruff, which causes cents every month for the maintenanceof
11; publication devoted exclusively; ; I
_ T- "The New Secretar)'" is the name brittle, dry hair falling hair and baldness the Soldiers' home in Washington.Very > -L
HP commercial! fisheries: and naturVStOy Let us out tn .your electrical displayfor
of the To cure iQandruff it Is necessary the tillthf'Y
piece for matinee soldiers
today's few stay In army
: 'If fis-h. is in the city on Tnmagno'a Vanity. the Carnival We can do it better
--tne!'!s oonn-cted with that paper.will When Tnnmsno, the famous Italian This is a very laughable comedy and to kill the germ that causes it, are eligible for the home, and cheaper and quicker than anyother
THAT MEANT FOB? and that is just what Newbros Herpi-
" it be '
will the
greatly enjoyed bychildren conviction that
leave for the north to-day tenor died not long ago it was found cide does. Cornelius Grew Colfax. there is a growing firm. Nothing too Iarg& or too -
alOng fie\-ral stop.) en route. that he had directed In his will that his studied that picture with a red and dis- and grown people Wash. : tax is an imposition besides being a small for us. RIng phone &70 or 674 '
The Peruchi-Gypzane Co. will closea '
'T'hi- ir.emls of Chas. R. Johnson, body be embalmed and placed In a lead' satisfied eye. Finally, turning to a very successful week's engagement, "Onebottle of Newbro's Herpicide great deal of trouble to the paymastersand and our representative will call on -'

Trtetor of the Gem Book S/lre;, coffin which should he deposited In a passerby, ho asked: iu Pensacola with to-night's perform completely cured ms of dandruff. being quite superfluous as the In. you
nil tv, glad to team that he has nowtar chapel to which the public always "'Who is that meant for?' ance. uhich was very thick; and it has stitutiou has already accumulated a
(h reeoverel l from his long illnessto might have ncciH Tamagno also 'Speaker Keed' was the reply. stopped my hair from falling out"It fund of $4,000,000 which I is drawing Pensacola Electrical-Co.

a. b abl to be out of doors andciwn showed his vanity a characteristic '''-ell,' said the visitor, resuming "Fantasma." makes hair soft and glossy as silk; 123,000 of Interest and the remissionof ,

town :Mr Johnson was taken conspicuous in him throughout his life his promenade. 'I'll bet it was paintedby The management of the opera delightful odor and refreshing hair this tax: Is now strongly urged. One 205 S. Baylen.
t"'" ..n. with 1 uphold fever about the by asking that his coffin have a cover some blank blank Democrat.:" house announces ths booking of Han dressing. It permits the hair to grow I reason not mentioned for abolishing the

t'.rtdU of last August and :yesterday glass, .so that future generations This reminded Colonel Charles A. Edwards Ion Bros., new Fantasma, which i3 abundantly and kills the dandruff tax Is that much of the money is used
U. m*. ,first day he has been down toM plate his face. Most of Texas of Private\ John Allen's promised to be the most important germ. }''or' sale byV.. A. D'Alem-1 for keeping up the grounds of the home Monday, Feb. 19.
H> !>!nr.. then. He is still very might gaze upon comment on the same picture. and elaborate pantomine ever presented berte druggist anrf apothecary, 121 as a public park for the benefit of
1\ >:ak: all it will\ be a long time before of the provi: ions of the will. bowP'er.wiD. by this firm.Fantasma. South Palafox street or send lOc In.. Washington and in providing accommodations THE GREATEST OF ALL BEAUTY
"Just after it was hung there
l" ha. not be carried' out for sanitary up for sample to Tha HerpicideCo.
<'nni]>Utly recovered the latest Hanlon panto- stamps and SPECTACLES
for the superintendent
paid Colonel Edwards, "a lot of con-
reasons. mine has been booked for next Monday .. Detroit, Mich.
The Mi-nds of Mr. and Mrs. John gressmen were looking at it and criti! such other officers as are assigned to
will be of the season'sattractions Hanlon Brothers
H Kon)*>r will sympathize with them cising it when John Allen came along. (I ana1 at that one pIa 'house. The ------ --=----r. -.- I duty there.-Philadelphia Record.
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in 'luir nneavement, caused by the from there to St. John's cemetery, Some one turned and called out 'Say, Hanlons have had this new spectacle ."-."-' NW Spectacular lantomlo
t'31'r. of '->eir infant son, which ocMlrr",1 where the interment, will take place. John what is your opinion of this?' i iii preparation for the past )'ear.I 'I I Married IIU M H>er-ln>Iaw. ExtravaganzaFANTASMA -

VP,* >rda\ morning at 7-43: I I "Allen studied it long and critically. I I II A man of Centreville, Wash., aged
D fttn'iwk\ t'r a shor il'ness.'! The In a class by itself-Blu R.bbon:} : 'It looks to me,' he finally declared : To draw the fire out of a burn, heal The fifty- even. was married a few days
:al! > ntiev will) be conducted at Absolutely pure.I I I
th.' Vanilla Extract. like a case of assault aud battery.* "- a cut without leaving a scar, or & ago( to his mother-in-law a woman of ,
horn, ?hl- morning at 10:43J'clock Goes twice as far and give" desserts], KeYork Times. 1 cure boils. sores tetter eczema and all Silverware fJJ seventy-seven years. A daughter of the Scenery-Beautl. j V
and Gorgeous
he cortege will move "Blue Ribon Flavor. Tons
the i skin and scalp diseases, use DeWitt'sWitch !I
; ; : latter a woman of forty-seven year, ful American Ballets-100( New Han-
5- -,. .- - -- Hazel Salve. A specific for I' We1fni/ I :was bridesmaid, and a frisky bachelor Ion Triclcs-A. Festival of Pun-Beautiful 1
'''' I pils. Get the genuine. No remedy of best man. 80' says .
;: :-i:'. --::!': ', ; -._ ,, .:. :: : Y : 'jo'k--, ; :: causes such' speedy relief. Ask for a newts eighty dispatch years was from a little town of Transformation Scenes.HANLONS5 .:.i f.

D3Witt's-the genuine Selliflf/ I In 5- :
I the Evergreen State. The basic f acti

I II I this remarkable case having; bn presented 65-PEOPLE-65i 1 J

ISN'T IT INTERESTING and SATISFACTORY Smart B It.. II a curious, scarce believing public i .
New Imported }belts and girdles are I awaits further developments. Did "Every day is a holiday" when the 1

5 made of silk elastic, so that they will this mother-in-law marry hr relatively Hanlons coma to town. \' t '
fit any waist They usually are shaded youthful son-in-law the hope of sul PRICES-25c, Soc, 75c and' $1.00. "

that have of the being quite dark at the bottom and (, Jufratinz: him? Did he marry her with Seats on Sale Friday at Noon.
know one i
to you light ,at the, top, .and as they come In I / like in teat? Did the daughter lend
largest and most complete stocks of pink.! blue, violet green and white they I countenance to' the marriage the i j

are useful and novel for the evening hoPe of seeing them fltht, It out not | a 1 11
''waist. The effect is pretty, as these I r carihjr who was the" victor?-Portland HII

HARDWARE PAINTS CUTLERY. GUNS RIFLES PISTOLS belts are trimmed yith steel 1 or with I\ Oregonian. You Want 1 i

i narrow shirred ribbon and braid which is built on the heirloom plan, madeto

are sewed on hi all sorts of pretty de last for years and years, and then The Freneh 5.blllty. to 1.

METALLIC AMMUNITION ETC. signs. descend to the next generation. The Trench nobility is exactly twiceas ; Your Linen -
numerous now a* it.was before the

Purple Cmbrrllan.: I I great revolution of 115 year ago, which ,1
Those haying In mind a gown of any 1847 ROGERS BROS: was aimed at the aristocracy and by Look
in the South to make your purchases from. Interesting one of the fashionable purple shades : whIch all titles of nobility were abol- ;
Satisfactory. because prune plum or violet-will be'Interwted i&hed. Previous to that time there were last well you will. send 4{
because we can save you money.
I I ii in some new purple umbrellas which SPOONS. FORKS, ETC. 233 French princes and dukes; today them here for laundering. P
it is convenient for you. nre a novelty.! Some of these have: unusual are as near perfection for this purpose as there are 41)). At the beginning of the We do this work well-none :

bundles of copper with a Byzantine is possible and we shall take pleasure in nineteenth century there were In all can do it tetter. I! .

I Wrought ton Pipe and Fittings Rubber Belting Hose and Packings. finish. reliable showing brand.you all the late designs in this 83.000 titled persons! In France, among I I Try us on your next bundte. 'I

whom less than 20,000 bad a legal rightto I

LARGE STOCK OF MILL SUPPLIES. The New LJIC .. a coax of arms. There are now in the The Star Steam }I':..,
The favorite laces are ,baby ,Irish thirty-third year of the third republic ,
eluny Valenciennes: and renaissance, eciii 200,000 Individuals duly possessed of Laundry. .
Out-of-Ton Orders and the effect of these with the linen L cp.St : patents of .nobility. At the timewhen i '
GORDON & BROWN the capacity of 'mere woman to 107 SOUTH PALAFOX STREETPENSACOLA : the noblHtyWs all powerful France 97 e. ZUrden St. Phonritt. '

Guen Special Attention. .. describe. However, It seems about the i the aggregate fortunes of the aristocracy I P.nuceia FJ*.

prettiest thing! ever Invented in wear- '- I amounted to one-tenth only of the I I
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1: Ibtlttnlafola ]J nfmt1 \r i! The. Sunny Side!>' of Life r :WeakL t _;; : '7/774T9. J .consumption.dorsed coughs for over!, Ayer'a colds sixty. Cures years weak Cherry,Icngs doctor.hard Pectoral,cases bronchitis- ave.en-, des-for, Marine 604, 606, 608 Grocery, 610 S. Palafox Co$1 ,

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't perttc cases, old cases. Yon can trust Phone 725.

Daily. I! r-/, I B h 'tiS a w.uyeloKCrCtsl a medicine the best.doctors. approTC.c... V. J. VIDAL, Manager.
\ I r 0 n C I tkOrdor ,_.1.. ." .11_Wed don J.r.Ar .

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and WOOD Just Received:
i t r Halibut Chunks Halibut
I Puuourr AK GIXI&AL MAie.ailL rI r I Luu l
1 I freD1 'tbe 50 kits of fancy Mackerel, *i "c.
;; I' Consumers' Ice and Fuel Company. kit :;; per

MEMBER' THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. Phone 259. 50 kits Salmon 1.25 per kit
Office-Corner Chase and
II 50 kits halibut fins, JL25 per ,
I II t 11, if.
I 50 kits of Cod Tongues and
I I ... W"J"1;
SUBSCRIPTION RATES.; ._ _.. ___ _______- --- -- .- r $1.25 per kit ,
Bloaters Milkers and Rocs,
r, tQIa yMl''S 00 --.. ODe Month..:........ 'it E. B. ACOSTA" S. CO. Prompt delivery to any part of the I Codfish Pickled Salmon DiU iW!*?

1, J Months ......_. 2 60iloathj. A I One Week ........... 10 I I city. i i German Sauer Krout.

..u.... 1 J5. 'Weekly Edition, 11&1'$1.00, I A : Office and Yard-22' to 28 N. Tarra. f Pigs Feet in kits $ioo
iiaoteaateandRetail D..,... tit gona St. Pensacola, Fla. Phone 363. Manewal and Lange's Fruit
Papas on Sale at all N wa. Stands. J National Biscuit Go's Fruit Cain
Just What lie ,Wanted. 'II! Cah:5
7 'R y Reporter You came orer on a pretty < COAL WOOD AND ICE per pound."e

THErONLY PENSACOLA .NEWSPAPER' ,FROM WHICH A DETAILED low boat, didn't ;roofTouristYes : I T We handle the celebrated blends n

CIRCULATION STATEMENT CAN BE SECURED. but It gate me time to -i _,__ ___ _. .. ,____. __n ._ -' Coffee roasted by the Gulf city Co5 et
G Ln write my Impressions of the country. Co., H. P. Cbipman Manager

.r' \ i 1 Oaea: _10* .... v+...e 3wrR I "lib' Daxaca.Diamond Sic Blend lb.; Gold 25c Standard, 2x
.. aDd 110 east OoT ramat Street. ; l 15; Colds
TELEPH ONE No. 33.PIECSACOIA. I Rio 20c lb.-
Strictly fresh roasted
Mother-Oh, John! Baby has just eaten WAGONS and as gog
S ft piece of the dogs biscuit! t as any Coffee sold in this city

; FLORIDA' SATURDAY CORNING.' FEBRUARY 17. 1906 Father-That right. Serves the dog Send us your prders and He spy: &
'M fl. just right. He .often steals some of the k liver promptly.
I oLbf'. food. r
f+iltilt-kBalEklk1. i: x$--, asa'kg I -_
FloriJa w c>kHC>R. The Banner is one p i ...TO BE...
''Lessons in
WHERE THE JOURNAL of The Journals most valued West '- I Cooking and Sewia G/

CAN BE FOUND. Florida exchanges and this evidence Cooking: Vegetables, meatssa;

'i: of its enterprise and prosperity is as | deserts pastry cakes, candies brraJ;

.Y The Peneacola Journal la on pleasing to The Journal as to the SOLD AT COST I: course of 12 lessons, $1:. 8411;
T drafting, cutting, fitting
** Bale at the following places: in. 1 dressmatu
f : 4p. the city: many friends'oC Editor Jones throughthis I .. i Classes ,for women and chlldrpn Fii|

Bay Hotel. j section of the state. & 1 t lessons, $2.50. M. A. Mclnty' t

Q Code Book Store. / 1I. We have a few fine, ,buggies and wagons in structor 301 West Chase 3feb la'
+. sI+ Depot News Stand. Tie Georgia gubernatorial cam
dF Oem Book Sto.... .1 paten has reached the stage where stock which we are offering' for, saLe at cost.

Hotel Esc mbla.. ,:jL straw votes are being taken Specials I a Come and see them and get prices, or dropus LEGAL DVERTISEI ENr
fo1o Merchants HoteL I '
: 41 Southern Hotel.Thompson' N reporting those votes to the newspapers t '\ + 1 i. a postal and we will mail full particulars. I

Book Store. supporting the respective candidates \ AN ORDINANCE

.a 1C Walker's Book Store. naturally show each candidatefar ) Entitled An Ordinance to Prohibit
;i' "
d' ahead of the others. I I Smoking in Electric Cars in Opert-
e**" ** >> PENSACOLA BUGGY CO. tion Within the City of Pensacoli.

:Mr. Rockefeller is a consistent Be it ordained by the Major std

Christian 'lie is keeping away from i 'i .itJ11 i ;, I the Council the City of Pensacola

The Everglades the courts so he will not have to tell ,{ ; ; Section! 1. That from and after Ir.8
Drainage Scheme. a lie. '111 30 East Garden Street; Pensacola, Fla. I date of the passage of this ordinance,
it shall be .
unlawful for any PTVJO to
4 I .
*i The recent report of the Board of John D. Rockefeller has hired a ; smoke .oil, or m..or op the platform ('f.

Trustees of the Internal Improvement yacht: and Is playing buooaneer a electric cars in operation within! ih

role, incidentally that fits him toT A Good Excnir. l _. .__ _____ _____ ____- _. .-._.--. --- ___---- -_ --4----- city, excepupon optics or special;
Fund the reclamation of the ; ; :: fan
Gffm upon al Beryl-Why. DeLush Is still drinking,
set, apart and designated" by ilu
r \ Everglades Is dissected and rather though promised faithfully" to loon. com-
on the wine when It was red. t. No. fJOJ.C. pany.operating the same as can upon
r, caustically criUcised by The. St. Augustine tTEtid F 4'idFid: '>l #4E4t ""Mi. Sibyl-Oh. b. claims to'b color blind which smoking may be allowed
r 1 ? 'Co.. .. ... ,..j_._. t
r ,,, Record, which has the following 4r -- .W. LAMAR President JOHN PFEIFFER. Assistant Cashier! Section :2. That an et' person" n-
!.. THE NEW YORK M. E. CLARK Vice-President and j. W. ANDREWS Assistant Cashier
'e to say upon the subject in a recent *I 'l t Cashier victed for violating' any piovison: o''
io; GOVERNORSHIP. # ,1 nicker-A woman can' crack a joke. + this
ordinance shall be punished br
"csue: I Bocker-But she, can easily break a man. a
si t X I fine not exceeding f'entj-fhe ($:2iOn!: >
: Yielding, apparently to a popular 1f. Washington' Star. .7 lHva THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK ,dollars, or by Imprisonment not a,
,y demand for information concerning itstransactions &
S seeding thirty ((30)) days, or by both}
.. .
the Board of Trustees Kfl. ;; :J. OF Pi4SACOLA FLA.
such fine and Imprisonment in !
':: Lz of the Internal Improvement Fund has the Ls-
M'i'' departed iron Its previous custom of The attitude of Air Hearst toward DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES.. cretion of the Recorder
e Passed January 24, 1906
making: an abbeviated and purely perfunctory the race for the governorship of New ; .
CAPITAL STOCK, $200,090. SURPLUS, $60,033. Signed January 23, 1906.
report every two )years and York recalls the story of the ]lad .
Approved: CHAS. II, BLISS
has made public a statement purporting whose companions.wanted him to show DIRECTORS. .
to give in detail an account of its the way to a tempting melon patch. -.-, t '- 11 Attest: Ma>'or.

;4 proceedings for the calendar year Affecting great reluctance, h5 said: "I r 1 \' 7 fr Henry L. Covlngton, Frank" Reilly, F. E. Brawner C. E. MBRRITT. Clerk.ADMINISTRATOR'S .

won't do it unless you tie me", and I'm J. M. Pfeiffer, W. 8. Kosasco, C. W. lamar,

pure. not going to tell you where the ropes Bryan Dunwady, T. F. McGourin, J. R.Saunders, NOTICE.
i attitude of the board, acting in the behind the door." A. M- Avery W. II. Milton 0. E.. Maura,
't Mr. Hearst" in W. L. Cawthon, Dr. W. J. Estate of Frederick Bonar, deceased
., i rapacity of the board of drainage com an interview in the c Hannah McKenzle Ocrting
r inissioners authorized under an act olhe Brookljn Eagle declares that he is Alex McGouIn, C. M. Covlngton, M.'E. Clark. Creditors' legatees, distributees ani!

> last legislature, with special rt'f.erenee not a*candidate has no desire to Lemma W i all persons having claims or demands

r to the Everglades drainage ont'and', will not bosomy one [ Accounts of Banks. Individuals Corporation and Firms S llclted.t t against the said estate are required "
' scheme unless forced} to do so, and then he present the fcame to me within two <."
1 Four per cent Interest Paid on Time Deposit from this date.
tr proceed to indicate the kind of 1 ;years
, With a fine show of candor the, pressure .
that would r.guJt in his I P. H. WHALEY. Administra: ,
49 board gives the statisucs of the acceptance r
7 t "swamp and overflowed"' laud fund of a nomination ".t' may probably iI I January 13, 1906. 13janoaw

+ look to ____ .. .
and the proceeds of sales, of suca see the pressure indi- : u - - -
cated applied an}' Mr Hearst made .
t lands showing that there are on hand
, candidate. His lieutenants already REWARD
2,980.239.46 acres of said land, and $25
$272.27225 net cash organizing the cry for 'him, and
', : proceeds of the I
t t sales of such lands deposited in and should with the mtbod-i> they employ, they With'. ,' .....r for.Halcr.Mr. The 'Advancementof

C drawing Interest from certain banks succeed in securing quite a Do,. He Told 11. Jailer ""raking music lessons, are ro
r throughout the statenaming them, together volume of sound before convention OM.-ed-How cld fa roar baby. you l1at.ls1.., finite. ? %WU' U you Imow. what a r
Newwlld-l've bas awake afiU-ty '
!, with a list of securities of >arlous Nor are Mr. Hearst'* sincere admirers nl"ht.a. 1\-UliEO w.rlumm-YM.: sir; three rooms
t h tl 'kinds deposited in the state treasury the only people who want him to sod a bats tf't' Women. .
r to secure said several de OMiht. make this
" race Men who abhor himwould
The schedule of disbursements from .
rr 4)e glad to see him nominated
the fund for the '! shows ,
year an aes As they reason, his nomination would!
'a grate of $69,58528. of whioh fr-48.= wake up the state from one end to 3A.,. In the financial world of Pensacola is no
ra 445.65 has been expended In
"drainage the other" and produce
j; r operations to drain the Everglades: ,'" poll In the state's history.the Thev largest>aX where better shown than on the books of

..era y and nearly $lOOO for attorney's fees. 1 rot doubt what the returns would / the First National.

Strangely enough, this apparently i show, but are convinced that :Mr

tiMA full and can p of the board and the J legislation i and that he would thus be disposed of ry j money ,

4 affecting the fund., contains no for 1908.A r checks and handle their accounts in a

.-kit mention of the act of 1903 (chapter feature of this calculation :is the manner that contradicts the old idea that
5245)) which declares that Tail moneys belief that the Bn"anHes would not 1
.- now in the Internal Improvement support the New York editor In other 1I women have no heads for busIness.The .

- fund. as ,well as the proceeds of all 1 than a listless fashion. In case of hIsSUCCf"SS I WARRANT for the arrest of this *&

the lands thereafter to be mold, "shall they would fear his promm. age, the stability and the facilitiesof i man. She i is about 26! years o! &

placed with the state treasurer who 'E"1lt'e'In the presidential field against the bank make it : favorite I weighs 135!R pounds, thick, dart Ii>
shall thereupon place the same to the 1 their t] favorite And it must be ad a depository high! forehead brown even' fi'"* ,'II'

credit of the several counties of the milted that If elected governor otNew J for women.FIRST (I high,, wears No 6 shoes: upper *'*
; s etate. for the purpose of' York: this year by a substantial f i gold filled and and crowned tooth S'-

d1 n constructing hard roads in such coun 1 1I majority Mr. Hearst. with such prestige \ I has long fingers with rounJ na
4 ties" I adi&d to his enormous wealth and Englishma.Your.. country Is nne. / Plump of figure and fairly prei "'r
rh, Did chap; but It 9 too deuoMlj new. Why I r. ,
t the power of his rapidly maiden Tbonipso/i. an'
The growing name was
s.1 report complains rather bitter political you haven any fairy tales t'r- l
,' p ly of the, interruption of drainage oper I: organization would be a favorable The American-Haven't w.? Well, you ).. ,_. t. I "[I name she has possibly: assumed
aUons by the recent injunctions issued figure .in the next democratic 'Just come with me and look at some of l ) ..T. NATIONAL BANKOF 1 I Wire sheriff at DoFi-nlak! Sp!nr.
r.41 R from the United States court convention. Money and office together the tablets on our monuments. I Florida: $2500 reward for the
xp This )litigation Is proceeding with con "talk loudly and it might not be possible 1 f I Fisher Monrce Douglas Thiwonw",
; even for Mr. Bryan, with hsi.ost I Udnappod him tram
r siderable vigor, and a large number : PENSACOLA. FLA.w I Florence "ood.
' +t of affidavits have been filed tending 1 engaging; smile and eloquence, to i""R&-;, "e,,r,0;,, Freeport, Fla. on the night of S< pt"1n-

3 I to dlscla-p the real status and poss1fcllities !- I mould! ilv, convention to his wishes. H. K>OWLK" Pres. W K. HTER.JR..V.'P,4i. and Cutler. ber 6th. 1903. The chili: Is f S 'f'at'9o!)
of the i Bro ard No stat'.f"If'C1ion of this year: willcompare II T, W. BRENT and \\.N. ROBERT,Atst.Cashiers.DimacTOR I fair I skin light hair, has! upper for*
drainage schemeOne in \\antrd; *-F. C. Brent. W. A. lount. W. H. Kpowie. W. K. Hyer, Jr., I1'
of these by Civil Engineer Christopher interest<< or importance t Be nr" D O. Brent.IA. I' teeth rotted off; very pump: wei!!?
nrith that to beheld in New York, and i I l\Iama-J you Fa"pleue' 111 Rive ypu 'I about 50 pounds: very bright "nn!
'-I an expert of world-Hide ) a if'ce or cand .
I both aides do their level
, fame, sets forth the manifest Impossibility nay best Edith (aged: )-1t I lay it twice will (f" I I Expenses paid both ways dplhemschild .

rt of pecunnfc practical and valuable you give me two pieces T .r _, to DeFuniak Springs Pta, In **
' results thereform, and depion- A la..d of Friendship. ditlon to the J25 reward
strafing the fact that the William Orlando Smith representative PBIIIMXT H A.
lowering if. >V RlCBLL.CAIBIir. MANSY1ELD MORINO,A.sT. -WJ
r Causes the
r of the water level of Lake Okeecho- from the Punxsntawney district i Father of

bee four feet, requiring a main canal ami Jim Tnw-ney of Minnesota: chairman L Citizens National Bank DeFunlak Springs f1)

,i 150 feet wide and fifty miles in length, of 'the committee on appropriations I -
of Fenseools Flcrldk. --
, i with lateral drains would Ineffectively"reclaim I 1 have discovered a bond of friendship 1 nireotorsti.:

h C only a small area of theYtst I stronger! than that created by the 1j Gto W Wright Morris bear T. K.WelUi Pensacola St. Andrews ani
I region now covered or partlally-I fact that they are both members of the Riz M. RoWnton. L. HUtOA Green. .
p covered by water throughout J house. They discovered It while sitting U j A -ENERVBNKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED. Gulf C0.
's' part of each year" 0 1 1 1t Steamship
J at lunch a few days ago. Q .
It Is an exceedingly interesting 1I -
proposition "
which pre did you rom from in Penn- STEAMER TARPOXW.

Have these officials confronts the board STlTanlar** asked. Smith. looking at I .... ... ...... t............................ ......

I' the right under Tawney with 'nis eyes half closed t, J. S. REESE President 'E. W. MBNE7EB.: Caaiiler. G. BARROW, Master.
existing ]Jaws to use: the moneys of the J | R M. CARl', VicePresidenti 1:
"The same place that FIRSr.cUS8
one honored
fund the
drainage of the Everglades I I Ia Ir '
: or are they bound by the act with your presence' said Tawney. i : THE PEOPLE'S BANK OF PEMSAC01A i iDlr FREIGHT frERVICE
"Well I'll be dln M" Are -Detw"'l1PENSACOLA. -
of 1903 (aside from any issue arising ( you the 1. 'I
In the litigation referred to) to distribute Jim Tawney that used/ to .play In the t I etar -L. J. R-evet. J. S. Reese, W. O.C. K eaaler. R. M. Cary, MOBIL APAUCtnCOLA.

the moneys on hand and the ReynoldsvillobaiMirThat" W. A. D'Alemberte. T. A. Jennings, J. J. Hooton. CARRABELLE. ST. ANDREWS
proceeds of future sales among the me,** raid Turnf''', < MILLVlLLE.
counties for the construction of hard Then Smith marveled that his' Minnesota cJj I ....................................., .,.SOLICITED.... ... : And all points on St. Andrews; BiA
roads? And
will not the several coun- friend should have known the fact Ii Carr bella and ApaUthlwIa.SCHEDULE .
tiles or some of them, or the State" BO long without mentioning it to him.

Good! Floats Association, be disposed "Oh well Smith" explained the MlnnesoUn i .. Leave Pebtacola Sundae. 8:3': f
to take a hand In the pending litigation "it Is not always sate to referto t n1R m. for Mobile, AlvPemacola.

to protect their vested interest : a man's pact. I thought probably '- MwK: R M.Pre.C.ry C AR Y da C' JIfO.Sec'J'.......J'. Leave Tuesday. 8Ja: P.'
in such funds under the law St. MUlrlii Iflac'fllcola.
that: yon wanted to forget the time I Wholesale and Ketall Dealer ta m. for inttlrtJ1eUlpointL
AC.Mn. Carrabelle
Th when you played the alto horn and I eWWNl-'om. r wish )'ou.4.laveup Steam Domestic Anthracite ..f .
Chipley Banner bas been enlarged Them He Q.tekly Paled fr_t. \lew.PolleemaB .
tortured: the B flat cornet. But, and buy a yacht I COAL Sfo'D1aUon apvr: t
say S her, feller and additional
to eight and Editor Jones -- yeunl' youcan't Blacksmith F For
pages those tar Kewwed Why? f R5.
were great days for Reynolds-: run that th r a antywobile on this J. R. S.AUND
promises to the Mrs Kewwed i We need so many thins Office-No. 43 South Palafox street Telephone '93. eo5
keep on improving paper ville. weren't they?**-Plttsbnrg Dispatch. here road.KldderCan't. E. R. COBB. PrjJl
I until it Is in. the front rank of .. me. IT Well you just witch an for easy the table way to and pt winning silverware races !os such I Yard corner Tarragona and Gonzalez streets. Phone and 372 ;t Oen. Frt. and PUL AgL

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.;. j 1.\ .. v&Ld> \\1 ., o, y + I Springtime Fads and Fancies. 11

( Some of the prettiest of the new handkerchiefs to hold It In place run IB.

have a plaid border in silt the The novel I cotton goods that are to bi
pattern being run In hair thread lines made up Into summer time frocks are

if IIatL w criss-crossed at the corners and' with the really of the most artistic order. There
hem of the leading! solid color in the plaid. are. as usual sheer organdies, malls,

f I 4d The center has jacquard figures well Swisses plumetls and the heavier madraf

? G ( (t IU raised in the weaving and..all of those and piques." The sheer cotton goods havea

; dainty little novelties are quite a little background; crisa-crossed with hairline

t smaller than were the moucholrs of a plaids, and stripe and checks-the latter

,. =(vtar season or two ago. all of the open pattern. This la broken
J o. v Sashes are the imperative accompaniment with Cower-! designs little let bouquets

of each and every frock; that aspires to be single blossoms and long sprays being

; J iriL \\ It I classed with, the frilly and fluffy crea- about equally favored the plaid patternsof

tions cf the summer; time. All of the the' background being! broken into for

sheer frocks of lingerie persuasion that the printing of the floral pattern.

rir All rre on view to attract orders for Southern Rotes of embroidered batiste In delicate

w ONc! wear are so shown; but the gown Is sold, colorings with the embroidery
4 yr minus the sash that being supposed to threads offering a marked and emphatic
be an entirely separate Item. Besidesthe
color contrast are being sold aa fast aa
IIIIsb. there are several little rosettesof they are shown. The demand has already

Y > { nY ribbon with or without "shower" end exhausted almost the entire Importation,

A M '.rf tbat are to be pinned on the bodice tbe and since there has been some trouble
r a short sleeves; tbe parasol handle and lathe among workers In tbe Swiss mills where

coiffure. these fascinating things are made it la
The linen parasol Is expected to be In hardly expected that further supplies will

even greater vogue this coming summer be available for many months.

than ever before. The first showing of The footwear for summer use. the first
tbe year brought out some exquisite in which solid raised embroiderywas depicts all aorta of fanciful designs
used motifs of Irish crochet being and Ideas. Color is to play a very
The Tlea Type ,. liberally Introduced Into the design. In prominent part and retailers are ordering i

f Tu.rbtar ,; the imported samples this crochet is done very freely of colored canvas shoes extremely -
tight on tbe parasoL That is. the linenIs low" aa to cut. and foxed with

cut according to design tbe raw oft kid or suede of the same tint. Tbe
edge button-holed all around and then the range of coloring Is a wide one. and everything -
f crochet needle catches the stitches of the from white to black la In order. II
GtOh.GE 4kER, design!; right Into this buttonholingIn would seem that all a fashionable womat
this way the work baa a lutlnl value will have to do la this coming summer

The tbat does not appear in tbe domestic la to saunter Inte her usual shoe shop
c.; _. s tastier. made copies, wherein the crochet Is with a sample of the eown to be matched
merely appiiqued on. the linen then cut and find on the shelves a shoe that will p
away from beneath and a few stitches exactly match her sample as to tint.t4'w'a .

liD (fouthern sestina brie!; out In all -- ,---- -
( their best perfection and pristine,.f! pieces, all aorta of little conventional running t Some of the prettiest nf the small hats I
freshness those smart little bats that : and vine patterns are deftly ap- I are making use of wreaths: clusters aii.l .

ell In the between-season time ao de- pllqued on the brim. One smart' little' I! bunches- of tbose tight little cabbage: and '
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Jj: bttun,. cottage with H \ \\o 1o"f.' : F '?tf-s.\O: < n""I ':
sample, made to accompany a broadcloth 1 excellent results. 4
Core upon a time these were known variously I tailor-made had tee entire brim covered I Tucked Into the pinching[ find fluting,* ,

as the tailor-made and the ready- with alattice of bebe velvet ribbon In'*I of some of the made turban sba'pes they- : :"'# ?

to-wear bats; but now tbe up-to-date milliner tbe name shade as the velvet of the make for a softening touch that Is very i t e.sf" .

and the folly as up-to-the-moment I gown. At each crossing of the strands J e ffectl Vf'. Most of tbe chapeaux that are |I '' -j n':;Of;.':, .#"" L 1f .".- ,

saleswoman Invariably refer, to them aa and In the center of each dlamon '&q'IHe: fashioned after this mode bare ribbon
the demldresa bata. Assuredly this la a there Is a fanciful little straw button strands that seem to bold the pinched 'J> rfC7I" .

far more pleasant: aoundlng'tltle, and one fastened. and the effect is at once smart brim close to tbe crown, there usually >: ./ ; ..}.

that really flu the state of the case better and .simple-a combination that tbe modish being a rosette of the ribbons 'tucked. ,I 1 ; }:" : ,.-"'.,j!!!' r i

than those quoted everdld. milliner Insists upon Jnst. at this mo Into the'fluted fold. *' ',' J'$ .._.,... (gt
The deml-dress hats hold the of Magpie contrasts ,
center ment. are decidedly prowl !" 1.

tbe stage Just at present. Perhaps the For tbe dressier occasions, however Dent in the new scheme of things, slid I -1'i: ,
only real novelty that the milliners bate this contrast-of black and white Is variously !- : t ,a.-- : .
there are all sorts of smut little sailor! '
to offer Is in the high-crowned and atlff- expressed. Ecru and dark green t '
shapes. The saucer: sailor with the addition r.,:" .; ,,
brimmed sailors and It must be concededat make another favored combination, ; while r
of quite a steep bandeau either In
the ontiet tbat there are but few to as for the pastel tones they are mingled I{, ., .4 ,.
tbe back or at the left side-it dependsaltogether : eJ.. T, "
whom they will prove becoming, and atlll aud blended in a fashion marvelous to lie- s t .
the of tbe :
on style wearer
fewer that 1I"1I111nd them at all flattering. hold. ,Broad strands of supple ribbons I| .' ,
which one Is chosen for each Is about 'j
However, with the many and varyingtypes In all of the rose shades running from a "
equally tuodlth-can be made to be as
of coiffure that are In vogue just tea rose yellow through pink into a rich J if
plain and severe or as elaborate as one
now It will prove largely a matter of balr- American beauty red, appears In a Hat i : t%
chooses. There Is quite a prejudice In favorof '.
dressing Just bow becoming. those stiff the plainer styles, however and rather plateau 'that Is otherwise trimmed with I ;
and unyielding! shapes can be maCs to be. roses that follow all of the shades menj j
a set air to even the most expensive of
They are all of them decidedly smaller tioned. A thick and heavy wreath of
them. ,
than the plain straw sailor that hare them Is set on the crown, a wired buckram .
The straw braids this in : s 5rL
season are. '. "
prevailed' for the past season! or two and band velvet covered being attached to y ; "v .
themselves almost dressy! !! enough for a I
which may be truly said never to be out the plateau to serve as a crown aDd a

of style. The newcomers have quite a high chapean without any further the best trimming of the; support for the wreath. The bandeau Is ./ ,.' : .
and. In view of this, : .
the left somewhat toward 14ffA
crown and a stiff and abbreviated brim. tilted at : :

To mitigate in some, mf'asuretbl'lr stiff French bow' models or two are of garnished ribbon. This with merelya sounds the front and on this there la a mixed ,, ,..;, j;:, .'
bench of -! and the several strands : '
t&rularlty the best milliners! have rerIlUr.e but that is roses i, / ,.
delightfully Inexpensive merely -
of ribbon cleverly Interwoven. The shape
to the ubiquitous bandeau, and one
the deceit of for the ribbon '
ot those tucked modestly at the left aide Itself Is of the plainest- ; but so piquantis
must be of goodly' quality and goodly
with something of a toward thebark the color scheme of trimming that ittali.l's
sweep width If It is to make even the slightest
air of modest
betrlmmed on an simplicitytbat
plentifully with ribbon
and the combination of
impression- at all
will give Just enough of a tilt to the Is fetching In the extreme.
those two qualities la what leads to expense Gold and sliver are about -
equally prominent
shape that will" !! go far to make It acceptable
In tbe new trlp mings. Quills are
to tbose who are fastidiously Inclined displayed' la bqtb colorings, and some
Where tbe shape Itself is of the"plainand
times" a black or trown quill will have the
the of those frothy 'I r. 3T
use r
severe type ;
Sensible enough, since those hats are to center of metal in either ,coloring. Little ,, "
ruches of tulle chiffon or mallnea will do .- ,
usher la the spring 84'8110"wltb many button roses leaves maiden hair fern, and "
days of alternate shower and sunshine much to soften its outlines. Tbe milliners other email motifs are fashioned deftly : "
tbe one and all are using those ruches for from gold and silver tissue and used for ,; ,..' : .
trimmings such
are of them
character any number of effects; and It must be brim and bandeau decoration. While.
as win not suffer from an occasional -
for the large roses those glistening
confessed that '" they tna not withstand -
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drop or two of rain. Ribbons of all metallic gauzes their acceptance has been
forts and kinds are In the highest favor the stress of wear' and weather of tbe most enthusiastic sort and a single a e7r Ij en ybccom- The rniysgvifrr z emaans rno f.t,3 .

and where the note of emphasis Is desired Quite as well aa the simpler ribbon trimmings one of them will add Just tbat note of tric'ori e rt

staff wings and quills those that will best they are delightfully pretty aud I character that many an otherwise- sociessful -
becoming while, they do last. I hat so often lacks.
withstand a.
fierce March winder are
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For general wear shopping driving seems to be few. If any Indications DESCRIPTION OF bound to be extremely popular at present

traveling!: there are any number of smart The Importance of Nothings of It upon this! aide of the water. for Southern wear, and later on at the jr

turbans planned This close dttlng little The stiff linen collar that Is having sucha seashore resorts and In the mountain.

tat II in clnaa ILLUSTRATIONS.The The shape la one of those fanciful straws
accord with the prescribed run over' there in conjunction with even .

fashion and the variety aa to size style Those Little Frills and Fixings of the 'Toilette that Add to the Appearance.The cloth and silk gowns doesn't find any a deep ecru la color and trimmed simply {rand

,tad Shape la so wide that tbe choice of thing like tbe same amount of favor here. New Type at Turban, yet very smartly with a broad lash 1 {

< D the most fastidious can readily be coming modes,promise to be trying Imitations of the Irish; work and those webs, 'their distinctions and differences It la the' transparent lacy'collar, the rIb- This smart little yedda braid turban ribbon. There- la a bandeau la the bead't, a ,I

sited.. for the girl who Is not by nature prove far from -Satisfactory to one whose their history and the art of their making. bon stock and soft feminine fancies generally size that tilts the bat forward a trU +
ones well the test'shape and ont-
in laces represents!
The round bowler crown Is making Itself neat and tidy to SB extreme. It would taste la cultivated. r Where the chemisette and undersleevea that prevail among best dressers clever' between over the forehead and on this there is a {: .
line It being a compromise -
extremely conspicuous on alj of the thouh'an of the trimmings Speaking of this brings to mind ratheran -with the prevalence of the elbow sleeve here. soft and careless knotting of the ribbon t
few seem as were of the amusing Instance of how social caste tbe undersleeve has risen once more to a Aa to tbe size and shape of belts thereIs the plain and severe style of tail that rests against the hair. The crown la {
chapeanx. One the
sees It on tur- planned- for summer gowns or-made" bar and the dressier article that
Was 'be worn and distinctions are often made! In England place of Importance-are provided several absolutely no law. Where the figure just aa carelessly encircled with the rib-
of every shape and: style Upon theM order made }Jq seta, to
separate is goes with afternoon costume The color I ben-:i Dresden printing In design
<> and to caste extremely close and whether acts to be worn with several gowna. will stand It the belt may come halfwayto poppy f
English hat the trlcorne. tbe mar- with this, that or the other gown one la a "lady" or'Dot-tbat If one belongs the' artuslre. or. on the contrary, it la one of tbe unbleached shades that are : with a plain satin border-and broad
qJ: *. the canotler and several others. It at the last moment of making then the deft seamstress may be employed band but oft loops of satin tint !
be affixed to one of tbe recognized'tamlllu may be a plain or stitched a so strong on the fashion card at present a plain the same t
b en the little and al- td run In the featherbonea that are so essential And anything md aa the printed- ribbon introduces note
Kaucer" sallora. too. the toilette. half an inch In width. and on which the dead whit satin ribbon a
tt(*>ga It hardly fits In well from a Here la where the naturally neat glrlshe of long pedigree and never polluted with to the correct wearing of those articles everything between and betwixt those and the touch of dark inn :velvet on.the of relief la the thou at the side.

chronological point of view It lion the of the clever,and nimble fingers association ab.nrd'to with trade;'a distinction: that ,. The collar of the chemisette Is two extremes Is In good standing.' 'brim. make for excellent effect A pretty An CHecIlT UttI Seller
I1fllrl presenting seems- our American eyes-Is stayed with the usual little rods, the two The shaded ribbons are scheduled for .a
Deus hate that they are making will find no difficulty to little Is wrought in straw braid t,
design "
the oftentimes a burning question. Aa American in tacked In and since the gamut of tlnt- Bather a variation the tlmewora t
itch(: a fuaa appearao' .' But woe to the, front being at a abutting qnlte a run, upon +
about la Paris at present faultless for all the girl was visiting In England'and officiated tine and those at the back; upstanding. logs In those U all that could possibly be of the finest soutache kind along the round sailor shape U offered la this simply ,
Tboie amartly dOle little shapes that nstldy and ungainly sister, at the tea table at some charity When the la fashioned with whata desired and their effect at once smart anJ brim between tbe velvet folds.' The smart little chapeau "Tbe atraw lathe -
line long been Identified aa the English dlmcultlca of the situation art hera. basar. "Wbo Is she?" was the question.- frock becoming, small wonder la It that their crown la of the new round bowl) shape new silver white, a white that hat

"-. with the rounded crown and The separate gulmpe; and themlaette! are Her name not bringing an- great elucidation witty school gIrl calls a windowpanefront fashioning Into all aorta of attractive with a broad white cash ribbon- carelessly' rather more than a touch of gray In It.
tralght. plain upturned brim are pertoF strong feature lo the mart and ucla-I one" looker-on who had -watched then the chemisette la usually In novelties la'to W one of;the pastimes of wound around It. a easy rosette at the and which the frothy richness of white .

the most satisfactory of the late sire shops aod cater to a wealthy andmodIlb the American girl and listened to her yoke shape the'same back and front. If the lenten season.Theycome 'left side being centered' with a atraw or- maiiaea and the piquant touch of black
prestntitlona wear clientele. t U.no nousual thing a little,of the.leatherbone cording or pipIng 10't.hree. foqr or five timings nament and two stiff wings pointing toward velvet ribbon serve to bring out to perfect
for "
those who can
} comments upon the visitors their dress tion. Tbe la of those that the
are even moreattrat'tly. one
cuffs In cord be alone the back or Of the color and they
them 'chemisette and whipped one la tint of
and back. There just a a
The latest la to elaborate for a'lIttle set of actions In-
tendency the
volunteered the
manner etc., where three or four of the milliners refer to as saucer ashore
this' brim quite a little always la accord- some one or another of her ,real. laces.to formation that tbe young girl-tn question shoulder fastening, and around the edges pastel tones are cleverly._blended. One bandeau tucked In at the left ride.Jnat steep bandeau In the back giving Jut

loc with the prescribed plain severity of cost a couple of hundred dollars, and I must surely be a "lady." for ,she could aa well the yoke will be found to set pretty ribbon shows a top of a pale maize sufficient to give the bat a suspicion of' a that modish tilt forward that proves ao :

the shape however. they do not lack appreciative purchasers tell a real lace from aa Imitation ,all-the more correctly; its fastening and adJustment yellow then lavender turquoise bloe. becoming tilt universally becoming. This bandeau I*
With the fad for fashioned either at this price. I way across the room. A curious relic"of will be wonderfully more easy olive green aad copper brown. Other Th Smart "Pfe!****" ...tler.The covered with loops of black velvet rlbboa
trimming however Inmost the Ribbon belt and girdles ao far from color combinations are eqnaUy attractive with choux of white mall Dee tucked In
teem straw-and this la one of the moat Very attractive att. mod- tbe times when, sumptuary laws ruled. la showing algna of a waning and wide Ib rang. The poultoll}' stiff sailor, with 'brla'ft'OWlI and at close Intervals, while the entire under
prominent novelties that this season baa fine Irish crochet-one ot the writ England: elsewhere- on the Continent, any vogue tlea of equally those ribbons upon the sheer white fiat brim In back once more oh the rosterof part Is fared with overlapping fold It
extended Geld
this are to have more
brought forth-there are al: sorts of Isb of the baud-made lace at 1 1555 i and none bat the nobility were permitted ao even gowns IliaC are to rule the summer fl_ fashionable headgear. The'; wb)I. the same filmy material A big! butterfly
"tt:* ing-may be bad for |20; but whe'J t "Pplique designs that posed on shape Is stiffened a* that the loop and esxU
are w but the supposed to Although Paris It deploring the tact for color bideTariotously. this faculty o* the crown
th demand"? nobility were au eye can I
brim. Flower-lootlcg rosettes, cone.It&ed. than this price: la' European I b* la anyway- learned 'In theft tarioua that a certain element of mannishness l* : there la no wire or wiring necessary. The wired U bold them softly la poItt1-.
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Chicago Club Women Urge

i i AND OTHER WHITE HOUSIE .WEDDINGS i I Arrivals! Their, Sex to Follow 1 It. Wedding Anniversary

: the 62d Anniversary of His
PRAMEAPB.ACTIOALPBEZOBIFTION fir. Aqullla D. Sharp Celebrated flarriage .

; By E. NELLIE BECK- and Says Hii Sturdy Old Age Is Due to the Regular

>i BEACH-NUT, PACKING CO.'S .Use. of Duffy's Pure flalt Whiskey.
., Habit of Extravagance: IB All Th!...,
#* *Jr ir? rf *#X3Smr:) TC CELEBRATED GOODS. Prodigality la Dr... and Love For 'a It Has Done fie a World of Good( and Is Truly a Grand flediciae
"Frilled sad Tucked Existence" and Tonic for Old Age."

cr1. The one preeminent touch of ,nature ho have really been kept posted as t I etiquette now used in official life in EXTRA F.ANCY.; Are Scored.. School Sororities ,and
J that "mak the whole world"I to tha 'progress of the pr= parationi Washington, anti who had much
: meaning of course that portion of for the really great social function trouble over this wedding, was not invited Fard Dates (stuffed) jars........35c Telephone Talk Deemed Dancerou. .

the worla! who knows about it-"kin.",I JTrhich will make the White House to it. As it was a strictly family Breakfast Bacon. 1 lb. jars. ...30c The --. : :;-: .- ::. .. -
Is the marriage of two young peopl) :' the objective ,point of American interest affair none of the 'cabinet members Breakfast Bacon' % lb. jars.. ....15c members of the Chicago Wom.an's -

'\Iito) have voluntarily chosen each! at noon to-day are the writers were present. Secretary Adams I Chipped Beet 1 ]lb. jars.. .. ...3oc club recently wrote a prescriptionand

: other out of all their world, U1tramel -|* who hare printed least about it. wrote in his diary this entry aboutit Chipped Beef, %, lb."jars.. .. ... .15c advised aU women to have it filled '

d by undue influent. or 'aa- And they, belong to the real news : Peanut Butter (jars).. .. .. .. .10c and to take a,.dose upon arising every
k tnority from their elders or superiors.i,I paper world. Writers who write "Samuel Lawrence Gouverneur, of morning:, another before luncheon a
SUckler3, cynics and chronic kIck with a serious purpose with an honor. New York, was to-day. March 9, 1820,
, era may issert that "All this fus*1 I LIe desire to upbuild all that is right married to Maria Hester. Monroe, the third before dinner and a fourth before \

over the RootieveULoagworth wed-:[while' tolerating all that is not posi. president's youngest daughter. The ROSENAU & GERELDS., retiring.; If taken regularly the remedy ;

? diBg Is weary'some. Othar couples! -1(, tivelj wrong, and with a profound respect -'parties are cousins by the mother's will work greater wonders with the .- +
p i nH as good it not bett?r-are mar-i for the private rights and privileges sIde! and Gouverneur has been nearly' The modern woman than did the concoctionof C ;
- L ned every day and nobody makes:'!' of Fancy Grocers, "
'I even public officials and these two years in the. president's the enchantress Circe with the followers -' ? 4.
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p; such a fuss about it. But they'rernlataken. their families. family, acting as his private secretary. Phone
There I is never such 81 I',I Can Keep a Secret. There has been eome further question 391. Pensacola. of Ulysses, says the'CbIcago

!, wedding that -all the worla"! of that i,I, In contract with the multiplied columns of etiquette upon this occasion.. The Tribune, c
particular: coupl* doesn't makes all,! ministers uncertin For Before writtenthe
of gush that have been printed, foreign were Expert Watch Repairing and the prescription was
the "fuss" of which it is capable, over! I
whether It was expected they should
all over the country as alleged' members of the club reached the
r the event. j I ?*4neW3," is the following from the pay their compliments! on the mar- Engraving, go to conclusion that the most dangerous ailments \F_'_ .
to -
If Mr Longworth was /
marry or riage aaa .4t
however obscure all I Washington Post of recent dat After J. from which woman today is suffering : ,
any nice girl. |c commenting favorably her minister, made the inquiry of Mrs F. DAVIS the Jeweler : :
Cincinnati. Boston, I.'nox. Bar liar-' choic upon Adams. She applied' to Mrs. Hay, the are the habit of extravagance in ,_* / 2
of Saturday in the face of the .
: Ibor and "'ashlng1'nOciety: would be,, gsneral .superstition that It I is "the piesident's eldest daughter who has 213 South Palafox Street. everything,, 'prodigality In dress, love /'e<( ; J -'
snaking a "fu5" or the event not toj i. lived in his house ever since he has existence instead k. : : : A.-
most unlucky day on the calendar" as for the tucked and frilled -l :
; mention a traction of New York been president, ,but never visits at The Latest Designs in Watchesand -V .-.k--A-i--:: :
her wedding, the Post : for the
says of devotion
.Newport and Philadelphia circles,I I I "Having freed Miss Roosevelt from any of the .Louses of any of the praiseworthy '-I ::. ::'
: that eectlon constituting his IndividI!j any suspicion of superstition it is also foreign ministers because their ladies Jewelry.APALACUICOLA. simple life. 'The remedy not only' will -

val} world up to the time of his be- interesting to note her ability to did not pay her first visits. Mrs. cure woman' of all her fallings, but it S :
keep a secret. In fact the whole Hay thought her younger sister could will also have the effect of regenerating ,
Is no jay'. but a manly man ., ?
Roosevelt family have a tantalizing .not receive and return visits which society k'& H

.., of sufficient common sense to realize ten('ency ia that dIrection. The con- she herself could not reciprocate, and Here Is the :::4 0 h p
that the widespread even Intrnation tagion has spread until the entire therefore that the foreign minister' II LI prescription:
r t' al interest in his mamage-ertalnl Discard silk < White House force sterns to hate bec.n should take no notice of the marriage -' your p
', f the enthusiasm dhplayed bj the } infected with secrecj e>en to which was accordingly com Direct your energies to the cultivation 4.'t, :
American I'cplc-Is due to the fad
the men on guard at the gates. Bond municatea1 to them. I of your soul instead of to the ruination
t that his fianc'a is the daughter of: Special to The Journal. -, ,
"The wedding occurred a.t noon and .i '
) the fact that MLis Alics noose-
: of
r the president: of these great United veiL and Mr Nicholas Lonzworth!: will there was no wedding journey. The Apalcnicola. Feb. 16.-Report has it your digestion.* .
States. that a Save your time, your money ana your t *
being formed
be married> at noon on February 17, bride was only seventeen and bad not company is to (
|t A Man of Tact. in the East Room of the White teen formally introduced to Washington build and operate a foundry', machine opportunities

\ At the same time, it is ,not too House, and that cards have been is- socL t)'. Her bridesmaids who shop and marine ways:. in the near Go back to the home and seek your.
or'. much to assert that no ordinary man aiLed to that effect the wondering were four of her school friends, were future. greatest pleasure there.
. j. coula1 nor would have occupied his world knows very litll How man dismissed after the wedding breakfast Eighty laborers arrived last Friday Make your own skirts 'BO you will
:- I.' position with such admirable taste imitations have teen sent out, and for one week when they were for the Apalachicola Northern ra'l-- not be unnerved by standing for hoursin
f and discretion! as have characterized to whom they have been sent is merely invited to assist her at the first of road and were taken at once to the a dressmaker's establishment while AQUICLA. D. SHARP.
, c Mr, Lonjnvorth during the months of, a matter of speculation. Mr the. two w(> 'dlng receptions., point 'on East River where the grading are being fitted. Mr.Sharp recently celebrated his 62d wedding anniversary his borne in Ocean!
. r necessarily more or I less embarassing: Longworth, like other bridegrooms, 'Th(>!'e two wedding receptions at is being done you City New Jersey. He writes: "I am el-htyfive years old,and have-been a user (ofDuffy's
Make round and .
and at times impertinent publicity to will havd a bvt man and there will the White House, were followed by a Work on the building for the People's your skim simple.Do Pore)Ialt'W hi.kcy as S teak anrinvigoratin; medicine for yean,and am sure
t: not allow punctuality to be the it has done world I to recommend it
ma a ofiteod. Am pleased as a truly grand mf' i-
5 which his personal affairs have been be ushers. Whether the bride will largely attended ball given for the .Ice Company is progressing very in old and find it
thief of tim cine where a tonic Is needed age, .L pcci.alJ1lood Cor coughs colds,
| ubj'ct'd. or will not have attendants is 'another young couple Commodore and Mrs nicely The frame is all up and the stomach troubles and all rua-down conditions." '
> In addition to a level head, Mr. question, and is still a subject of D-catur, and cards had been issued machinery. is being put in place. Turn your back on frivolity.
t lngworth Is the fortunate possessor conjecture at least so far as the public for an cntertaiment in their honor, Mrs. Catherine \njerson, an old Simplify,your lives in every way.
.-* of thorough) frank, good breeding, is concerned by Commodore and Mrs. Porter, when and respected resident of Apalach'-! This remedy was guaranteed to make Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey

I good taste in dress and a genuinely' 'The descriptions ofIlss Roosevelt's the ,news of the killing of Commodore cola, died Tuesday after a lou,? spellof good mothers of all women and serious
k 'democratic indppendence possibly: > engagement ring have been a* Decatur in a &el. put an end to all sickness. women of all women who arc not

** only to the Benuin manliness'\ in men varied as the colors of Joseph's coat the gayety" in Washington for that Mr*. M I ._\. Vincent died Tuesday mothers. is More the than perfect 4.0000\d tonic.inrigorator\ people Ute that for their theaged rugged; health and the and safeguard sturdy old of age the are young due ta

and the truly feminine In womn. One day it ,was a hoop of diamonds, season. aftr having been sick for a long time To make good daughters who will the regular use of Duffr a Pure Malt\Vhiskey. It is prescribed by leading pby!'Scian .
And that pure feminnity in Miss another time it was a magnificent 'Mrs. Vmcentwas well along in years,!' grow into good women and wise moth- recommended by ministers of the Gospel and indorsed by temperance workers the
"f Roosevelt tempered by a common ruby and again it was a combfna Pirating Foley's Honey and Tar. a greater portion of them having been! ers the following prescription was set country over as a reliable medicine and a anre preventive of dis ase.. Duffy's is the only
( pensa judgement uncommon in so I lion of rubies and diamonds. The I spent in this I positive cure of consumption, pneumonia,grip,bronchitis coughs colds, tore throat,
,;\ young a woman, has, prevented her i latent report the interesting Foley: &. Co. Chicago, originated, place.' !, forth by the different speakers: malaria, low fevers,dyspepsia,indigestion,constipation and every form of lung.bowel
rf.-: ,from mistaking th5 adulation that convejs : Honey and Tar as a Throat and Lung' The Apilachicola: Board of Trade Do not allow your daughters to join a and stomach trouble. It aids digestion, induces sound and wholesome sleep,enriches
kt constantly 1 pursues tha president'staurhter information that! it is. a small! but 'remedy, and on account of the great met In regular session Tuesday night, sorority while in the preparatory poor and impoverished blood, quickens the heart's :action, tones up and improves the
brilliant Bohtairc! At the army and of Hon i several matters of; )nlnor Importance circulation and brings! the body back to normal health and strength: by going to tta
from merit and popularity Foley's schools. Sororities fountains from
I anything more personally navy! r ('{>fIt*on on Thursday evening i :, bMng brought beforejt.: are eonrce of the disease killinr the DOL'onons germs and driving them from the body.
inspired than the morbid curiosity the bride-elect mischievously displayed. -! ey and Tar many Imnutations are of i I which all evils flow. CA.'O''fIONDutf.sIs- the only whiskey reccjrclzed by the Govemmeat as a
: of those vulgar New ,Yorkers beE through an opening made in her I feied for similar! sounding names. Beware Do not allow your daughters to talk tnedldae.: la absolutely pure, contains no fuel oil and la selL la bottles only
trajed to her outraged sens of selfreapect glofor of them. The genune: Foley'a No Case of Pneumonia on Record I the You will kaotr the eeatlne by the "015 Chemist" trade-mark on the label. See
the small third to
purpose a We over telephone young men. They tke eork la nabroiea.: Refuse aabstltates end imitations
t. Tar is In -Jo not know of a sln 'e instance that the strap over
hngr, laden with rings of various Honey and a yellow package where cough cold are apt to be told at long distance and fiometlaies offered by isbnest dealers They are harmful and will not care yoe.
a or
f That same fcelfrtspect' in the better kinds any one of which might have Ast for It and refuse any substitute : pneumonia of :ion resulted when: FoIcy's in daring enough to say' things at long No other medicina has such a record. You can get it at all druprziits and grocers,
class of newspaper writers has been the famous ring-but which li is the bet remedy for| consump -I which they would shrink from GET direct. incetjOO&bottle. Dnfiy Malt Whiskey Co., Rochester. Y.
g- won her regard as it has that of the- The question still remains unsettled"* coughs and colds W. A. D'Alemberte,' Hon y and Tar had been taken.It range
.<" president and Mr LonlWorth. This druggist and apothecary. cur s cough and colds perfectly, so saying at close range. THE LEWIS BEAR COMPANY, Didributen.r.M. .
has fed to a pleasant mutual understanding Other Notable Weddings. do not take chances with some unknown The general subject discussed was
The last notable coding in the preparation' which I the girl end the mother. It found
and It is safe to say that the may contain a
IwJy Wa;:Illusion nwespaper peopJcIt White House was that of President m PENSACOLA EAGLES WILL opiates, which cause constipationa warm place In ,the hearts of the club

f Cleveland and :Miss Francis Foleom, HAVE,23 CANDIDATES SUNDAY, condition 'that retards recovery from I women. They got -up one after another),
on June 2, 1886. twelve years after i iThe' a' colt: Ask for Fo1 Vs Honey and 1!|I and told what should be done to make iiii.CUR" .i" ::.Ml

the marriage of Nellie Grant and Algernon Tar and refuse any substitute offered I girls gool "wives and wives good mother I
C. Sartoris, which took place Perbacola Aerie, No. 1293: F. O W A. \lemberte, druggist and:,
lI May 21, 1874.Ulutevr 1 E., will meet Sunday night at 7'3( apothecary. *. .
It really brought about, clock February 18, in K. of P. hall. Among the Beakers were Miss Fran- i 16, 18 20 MANRESA STREET :

I the Grant.Sartoris match, popularly)! There will be 23 candidates for inl, 42nd Pythian l,Celebration. I I res Newton Symmes and Mrs. Charles o .

I f greeted:; as a love match, its r sults tIation. and a full attendance is re Pensacola Lodge, No 3. K. of P. will Guy Bolte. : PENSACOLA FLORIDA.WHOLESALE :
For .
fifty years a stapleiff. ought to forever kill the absurd idea quested. ceTebrate the 42nd anniversary of the 1 < .
remedy of superior merit. that I a rainy day foretells ill luck for C. M. COSTON order Monday night, February 19, at BOY'S POULTRY VENTURE.Mother .
i Absolutely harmless. the bride and that, necsssarilj, 'Happy ?- M. B. FRANK. Worthy Pres. 8 o'clock. Every member; of this I i :

Is the bride the sun shines on." Acting Worthy Secretary. lodge is requested:' _to attend. S'ster i Furnishes the Capital For
< for the Port's account of that event lodges transIent SImmons Dlalne' Egg Coarsen

---- says NOTICE.Threefourths'of invited and to attend brethren and participate are cordially : Emmons Elaineth* fourteen-year-
I' Grain and Feed Stuffs
r ". "It did had seem as though the dawn one per cent pen. in the celebration Prominent Pjth old grandson of the late James G. Hay i
rover burst before with such
QUARTS- I glorious eplendor. The alty is now added to all unpaid taxes. fans will deliver addresses. Refresa: Elaine, has made his advent into bus ,
sun cams up Remeber tins when fending in. the ments and a smoker ,will be enjojed fleas! with this advertisement: in 'hU!
8 like thunder, as Mr Kipling it '
says amount. J. GEO WHITE SR. school Exclusive'Dealers in West Florida. i
does at Manaalay, and the world was paper says; a Chicago dispatch: i Only Any Quintity.

inundated in a flood of radianc, J. C. WHITING HENRY HOR I ER. Experienced Grader. Prices Right. Grades Perfect. :
F. B .
.I which made It all illume"Another City Tax Collector. RADCUFF EMMOXS BLA1NE &. CO..
: wedding of popular interest .I Committee Elmhurst III, : Triad Order Solicited. Write for Prices. :
CORN is thus described: J. A. KIRKPAT1UCK C. C. I Dealers) in Strictly Fresh Egg!!. : Telephone. 208. P. O. Box 661.Again :

"The first wedding to occur In the' Nick's Buffet and Ev.ry egg: guaranteed. t
'President's house was that of the For; a Little Maid. Orders must be Bent In advance. I ..................................... .............

widow of a nephew of George Washington No one need think that the fashions Phone Elmhurst 6. --. .

FOR -Lucy )Payne, Mrs. Madison's RestaurantIs of the first empire are not as becomingto

younger sister who was married at II the little maid as to her mother. The "I wonder if those chickens have laid

the age of fifteen in 1792. to George I the only place of Its short F. n part fits easilywhile' the enough egg this we k to till these or Under the

; 5 CENTS ,| her Steptoe wlaowhood Washington with, the and Madison's lived during in kind is In Pensacola, In factit lower attached portion? flares gracefully "I ders.told" he mamma recently to remarked feed them to extra a friend.well LEWIS HOUSE Manegement of

i Washington.
i because since I have advertised our Mrs. Helen Lewis
"The engagement" of this sister
in '
business I hare> "
A Pride to more orders.
the winter of 1810, to a widower manvears
Do jou know of anything: >' older than herself, the father of "Who Is 'we?"* was asked. New Re-Painted, Re-Papered and Thoroughly Renovated'

-I i', rosier, more honie-1!ke five children and a resident of the I "I' 'e got a good partner all right," Especially Convenient for Transient Trade.
more attractive than
t : then far-distant state of Kentucky, I Pensacola.I. said the boyIt's my mother She fur-
it. sitting before the fire was approved by her family, and Mrs.Madison I nlsh.fs: the capital and I the experi. OPPOSITE UNION DEPOT, PENSACOLA, FLORIDA.
I place at night with tho ence1' *
in the preparations I
It 'I children cities cannot ..
r t around you andpopplag cf the fine wedding she gave the boast of a better equipped
I corn over the couple. It celebrated .--.-.
the --
was on even place. The service Is the _.
glowing coals? It Is the I ing of March ---
$ 11. 1811, and a typical best that can be had.

I Virginia weddiug! it was, for Mrs : Danger Delay Drives Rats and Mice out of the house
jf!; Madison the Ff1 4 I -.
I Prettiest Home Picture :i White House opened to her doors relatives of and the Nick Apostle, Propt'r : to die. We offer $100 reward to anyone

; : family connections and to all the personal od
i 'Which the Imagination I friends of the families,. the Jua KIDNEY DISEASES ARE TOO DAN- usingStearns'
!' l) can paint, and when you tires of the Supreme Court and the 4 Electric
I make it real you have foreign legations In Washington QEROUS FOR PENSACOLA,PEOPLE _

; readied the height of "Th3 second White House wedding TO NEGLECT.The .
,t' home joy and comfort. took place after the war of 1812 was r Hot 1 -i Rat and Roach Paste
::f You can do -this for ended" The :gayety of the capital .

' I( city had bean greatly subdued by the $ who does not find it successful in killing .
j treatment the raiding British troops great danger of kidney troubles I _
:i Only 5 Cents ( had given the White House, and Mrs Biscuits Is that they get a firm hold before the 00REWARD, off Rats Mice, Cockroaches\Vatcr

:t- | Madison gave her cousin a simpler, Ii sufferer recognizes them. Health !s Bugs, etc.GUARANTEE.
We sell an attractive !I but still a large wedding. The bride gradually underminded. Backache,
j package of shelled pop twas a relative by marriage. Miss An- headache. nervousness, lameness;sore Your i lie
., ';. corn for i 5; cents and one I fna Todd of Philadelphia, and the Doughnuts ness, lumbago urinary troubles dropsy refunded lstearn '
of theao:: packages con i bridegroom was: a member of congress. diabetes -and ,Bright's disease follow FOR Electric Rat ana'
tains enough) torn Ito from Virginia John G. Jackson, a' In merciless succession. Don't Roach Paste does not do all that is claimed for t;
, make S quarts of popped I great uncle of Stonewall Jackson. neglect jour kidneys. Cure the kid LIVERATS
corn. Order one and try Miss Monroe's Wedding. CoffeeEVERY neys with the certain and sate. remedy Stearns' Electric Rat and Roach Paste

t # JLSol The third wedding was that of Doan's Kidney Pills. is sure death to all vermin, the only
i Mrs. F. B. Albert living at 803 East guaranteed rat poison.
; Miss Monroe. Being the daughter of -
,r' : a president it 'might:; have been expected Belmont street, says: "My mother 2 oz. .ti, 25c* Hotel size (eight tines tits qcantiti) $1 89
that the occasion of her wed- MORNINGAT has used several boxes of Doan's Kid S Salt. Mtrjrwhtr**r.*.!upriti frtftti u nctipt,rice.
; ding would have been marked by ney Pills which she procured at Sid- STEARNS' ELECTRIC PASTE CO.

great festivity. But such was not theca 5 O'CLOCK.- ney Kahn's drug store, corner of Ro- CHICAGO ILL. U. S. a. 4
L Cahn & Co.The e, and the affair was a distinct rnana and Palafox streets. She val
disappointment to those who thought SO FINE THEY -UST 8KAU ntPtRB co.!%. ues them very highly. She has suffered \ .
th'y had a right to expect more from ,severely from her kidneys and back
I.the White House family. about the bottom. Broadcloth Is very for years.' Doan's Kidney Pills have :
Pure Food Stare, ")Irs. Monroe was a city bred soft and rich in tiny coats, and the relIeved he? of the backache and made -. -. .

woman She had been brought up in pretty collar and cuff facing of a different her kidneys stronger antt better in
Souumist Corner Piltloi and InteadendiPhone. the exclusive circle of New York, and color would render it all the every way than they have been for

she did not approve of the Virginia:; more charming by contrast The coat many yean.', SHINGlES SASH
So ber Kandy Kitchen Cafe For sale by all dealers. Price DOORS WINDOW GLASS
I f 178 style. the wedding of young- closes in double breasted manner, with 50 ,
{ 4eO est daughter was the rereree of. agrand six large crystal buttons Any seasonable cents, ForsUr Milburn Co., Buffalo I 'BUILDING
"I New York sole agents for ,. MATERIAL.
affair. United ,
104 S.Palafox Phone coat fabric way be used in this
"John Adams who had States
Qunlcy a design velvet, linen and the raw sllka I Phone II. H. G. DeSILVAS. CO.
h- i .1 Itrv part in'formulating; the code of. being! Renember; the nameDoaD.sand'Ja.kt

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When a Man Marries You owe ,I It to 3pur family to pro- HOOTON & WATSON

ON NORTH vide for them a home. ',If jou can afford ,

HILL to pay rent you can'put the Successors to Thos. C. Watson 6 Co.
same money into a home of your own. I

His first concern should be to establish' a home for hid- Look at theseSplendid : Leading Real Estate Rental Insurance
\ -If house In I
and family.. lie shouhl make a. careful 5elcction $1000.00 little good neighborhood ,
to t>ltuation 10 order to get th niot Increase l near depot wh.chwe. can
in value.t terms .. ..
:.\ all hazards sell upon favorable $700.
This, I is' a' 'bargain, being 250.00' per Desirable cottage pn E. La Rua St.. List of Desirable Property for Sale.

lot. Only offered for a day or two. terms .. ... .: .. ......$1,100. A
home on East Hill- desirable piece of property on Palafox street; 'a splendid ,
Your First Efforts Should Be :, >'-. ..; modern improvements large lot $4,500 investment;_mUSt, #:> at once..... .... .... .... ...... ..10000.00
: : Seven
\,' E., BROOKS Various others for the askingcomeand dwellings, and a dwelling and store building with very
:\ 'C',. S :; ,- talk it over with us. : near taU a 'block of ground. situated on a very desirable corner

Toward Getting a Home. ./ REAL ESTATE near business district; a, splendid Investment..S.$6300.00
SIf : SOLD Very
quarter of block on North Hill, convenient to

'.. .. .. RENTS COLLECTED. KCNEY S. BROWN & CO. READING OUR LISTof I street car line.. .. .. .... ..{... _... ... .$5600.00
One of the lot's North"Hill
most desirable front-
'ou've building on ,
little that
a .
; to make a first payment money, It will you be'ra Put;Info( a' lot t.,.or. LOANED. Theisen Building. properties on our books is like' the ing south near car line on corner. 100 by 150, for a few days $3700.00!

.to jour-advantage to beginning. of one of Washington's cam Desirable two lots
call on us and look over story new dwelling on coiner with four on
tought on my installment our plan.list of homes ;that, .. can be- 204% s. Patafox St.. F'sher! Building. paigns. He looked o\'ertbe map, North Hill. .. .. .. .. .. .... .. ... .. _. .. ....53700.00
REAl: ESTATE' BARGAINS from it decided what place he wanted Two story dwelling with large lot on Vest Gregory, street;

and then eet out to capture It. goof neighborhood. .. .... ...... .... .... .... .... .$3250.00 S
t ., Board and Rooms.. YOU CAN DO BETTER. 1., Comfortable one story dwelling on DeVilhers street near S

\ Homes for Sale Read our list, pick out the place you': Garden street, with large lot...... .... .... .... ...._ .. .$3250.00
FOR RENT:-One large and.niceJj .fur- want,. and than come here and get it Twrentyfive lots on North Palafox and Baylen streets splen.

) Pensacola.Investment Company ,| nished jpom for rent.., Appl* .303:) ,W. 'Six cottage 706 C. Wright $1350 without any trouble. Prices and did investment, for a few days only. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..$3275.00

,| Romana St. ,ICfeblw* Nice room cottage, corner lot E. Hill.$1650;; terms will not. bothpr :you if you act The north half of block 67, New City Tract;. 10 lots 40 by 137 S

a. H. 0'tU.lMBKTE City Manager.W. I THREE rURNlSHCDROOM cottage and bath N. 8th under our .advice.McDavidHyer. feet six jnches each; one: block from electric car line, and on S
g I rent ,; for Five terra Havana Square. .. .. .. ...... .... .... .... .. .. ....$2000.00
H.KNOWLES, Presi4-nt. R.B. SIMPSON Secretary. ing. suitable> for light b00s 'keep. avenue $1200. t Company Two story dwelling at No. 1005 North Davis street, with large ,

3.L ST1LLMAN V.-Pres. and Gen. Manater. KNOWLES RYE> Apply !501 W. Chase. 15feb Beautiful* new six room house and lot,. .. .... .. .................. .... .... .... .... .. ..$2000.00Six
: Treasurer. S NICELY FURNISHED ROOM for rent bath E. Crvantes $1850. Agents New York j room, story and a half dwelling with'two acres of ground Sin

JTael Estate, loans, General Investments. .1 i, suitable for light housekeeping. 500Gregory. Life Insurance Company. I western suburb. .. .. .... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ... ..$1200.00
1S llfoblw Lots! For Sale lots! .8 E.' Government Street. \ Two desirable building lots on East Jackson street. SO by 132

215 South Palafox Street, Pensacola Florida.Meyer's i 'Nice----furnished front Phone 7CO. Pensacola. Fla., feet six inches, fronting south. convenient to
room, southern Thteo lots corner Gadsden street Two story dwelling on East DsLeon street with large lot..$ 850.00
.. S exposure half
.... I ; from Palafcre '
S Comfortable one story dwelling with lot 50 by 150; No. 620
Apply 32 E. Gregoiy llfetl\v* and car line $9':10.:: .
S !_ Four lots in block N. of Mr. 'Hagcr-I. For Sale.FOR North Coyle street. .. ........ .... ... .... .,.. ......$ 80000
NICELY FURXISIinD front room far ir.an'$ home $1000. ; Two cottages on West Zarragossa street, splendid renting, property S

I rent, with or without, board.. \pp'y! 17 lots usar railroad .in East King' SALE-Eight Water Spaniel .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ...... .... .... .... .... ....$125000
Grocery Store and Meat Market ; at 401 W. Chase. 9feb2w Tract $1250.! I r puppies. 'Mother and father imported -! Money to loan in amounts of $1000.00 and up at seven per cent:

PLCASNTLY Filot on E 13th street( near car. from Bilboa Spain. Apply to Pons Interest.
Corner Government and Alcaniz Streets. Phone 718. II situated rooms to rent.: line $1250. Barber Shop. or to 422 E GovernmentSt. Those having property desiring to sell same, would find It to the'r!

fteMern and Native. .Meats of the finest quality, Ehcrjthing, t, Is I Apply at 111-W. Chas- St.' 8feb2wFURNISHBD 17-feblw advantage to place same in our bands as we have disposed of about

]Jt 'frf In a jirst class I ,mark!t, -... OR, UNFURNISHED C. R. YAEGER $300,000 worth in th past 60 days. if you have funds to loan consult S
:"U) pounds Granulated Sugar $1.00. 20 pounds of" 'Nice, Clean' Rice" I I rooms for rent with privilege' Of1 HORSES AND MULES-McMiFan! & us. If you desire an agent to collect jour rents; or want fire insurance .

Jl J m';' Fancy Country i Syrup, 35c per "gallon. Hone m\the. comb.QF'Ex-: ; I! light house keeping 254 E. Gregory. 202 T/iiesen Building. Phone 686. Turton have just received a car. ; or if you want to buy a piece of property; and don't know wno
.' 1 load of horses and mules from Tennessee .
1r31' of Honey. : l Phone 557. 6feb2w, owns same, consult us.HOOTON
Giro *me-a/call.:' I will show! ;you :bow to save money, & TOURIST' ; and the latter can be seen at _
IIOUSESNo; 222 'and 104 West {ntendencia St.
< I For Sale Pou's stables on
i A. ,Mc!). MOVER: }oneHELP 718...;, I .N. Spring 'St. Good location. Spe-: lOfeb '
-, cia rates to parties or ,clubs Apply' ; ,
WANTED'' I :Mrs. W. J.. Williams, 222 N. Spring St. FOR S.\LE-A good payIng restau I FOR S.\LE-The Lewis Bear Co. are I PHONE 54. 34 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.
Wanted I Stflanlm* t rant. Apply to Jim Mitchell cor.I'I agents for the famous Corno Hen S

: Bajlen and Zarra o ssa. _._, 16feb2t Feed. Finest thing in the world to
COLLECTOR .M.VNTDD-Apply WAr\TED-Party wIth a' few hundred' FOR nE Furnished rooms for!' ---- --- make hens lay Keeps 'cm In good
Holier Furniture store, 138 and 140E dollars wishes to purchase an interest .:r rent 'with or without board. No'I:FOR SALE' OR RENT-New store[condition too. feb I .
.In business oC I and dwelling in good locality GoodApply ____
paying kind. light
Intendencia St. 16feb2t any housekeeping. Apply :310 West Miscellaneous
busmss. 1021 N. 9th ave. SALE CHEAP AT WARRING- I
Address FOR
Investment care Journal. I Gregory. Timber
W.\\TED-Good office boy. Applyo I 16feb jan2j'lano'1 i lofeblw*_ TON"-One tour room house with Lands
r. I II BOARD AND LODGING-New NOTICE offer my services: as surveyor
Dr. Mallory Kennedy. lafebSt: 1 furni-j FOR SALE-Go-Cart in good cond'-' front and back gallery; only one year S
I WANTED-We' want jour .orders frI ture large, clean rooms. Terms, rea old Apply to G. R. Wilkins. locating homesteads for the
W.\\TED-500:: men; $1.00 dally per 1907 Art Calendars. Over 300"-original sonable. Apply Mrs. C. C. Brock. 105'; 't tion. Cheap. Apply at 907 N.All* Sfeb2w S people of western counties of Florida .

manent-pass circulars tack signs: I. designs to select from. All East Intendencia St. ISjanlm* camz.. ISfoblw Address W. J. Stevens, Surveyor. :Florala For Sale

-no canvassing. Continental Dis- prices. Majes Printing Co., Pem aco--: FOR SALE OR RENT-60 acre farm: FOR SALE.-South half block :11, Ala. ISfeblm
1 limiting Co., Chicago i l5feblwjWTEJ1Good I la. IGfcb> i ii ROOMS TO RENT, with or without i 5 miles from city on Brent road; 7 fronting 400 feet on 13th street by

: bookkeeper. Ad.1 S ,:, board.22ECarden.1janimNICE -=--_ I room house, all fenced in: 5 fields; 2 south tOn half feet on of block Bay few 212 fronting Park; also 400 VIA -The patrons of the "Viavi .

dress: No 44, fare Journal. Only i WA "EQ-To lease or buy a five or FURNISHED'ROOMS for rent.).story, barn, good water, mail"box on feet on 14lh St;. by 127 fet on Bay Treatment" are cordially invited to We have them. Several splendid.

good man need appt.WANTElThre }'. 12feJ)I six room cottage. Price and terms I Newly furnished clean am nice. the land. Address 'Farm, care View Park. The only property,adjoin ,call" at Hotel Southern Mondays and large and small turpentine locations.
'must be reasonable. Address Good near postoffice' Apply at 128& E.J i Journal. ISfeblw* View Park that Is f Friafcjs( from 2 to 0 p. m., where they Saw Mills and Saw ni1ll1 locations. S
short goods solici Tenant care Journal. IGfeb Government street Mrs.: B. M. Trailler.l' ; ing Bay now. 'IT "the representative Irs.. H
meet Some
exclusive can excellent
sell bargains In
FOR \LE-We will the sale.! The beautiful view down the large
tors. Solomon'*- Furniture Co. Sfeb W 'JTED.-The-public to. know that Tjanlm. right 'to. manufacture: and sell bayou and down the bay can never be p. Booth.. Phone. 1027. llfeblm. and small tracts of round and boxed:

"\WNTED=Boy 'h"'o-can milk cows,: old << can be bought at Old newspapetsatflve cents a bundle, our' household garbage: burner in the obstructed .A. V. Clubbs. 30jly timber lands.
attend to horses, and do work' this office newspapers.for five cents a bundle.,They at this office. They are all clean state of Florida to the! rIght narties For I will tune and repair pianos and organs Large tracts of Mississippi Delta
around premises. Apply 501V.. and nice. S prices, information and description of AUTOMOBILES. am agent for the as cheap as any one and do first and Hardwood lands S
all clean
(base feb7: are and niceWANTED.Electzic device .apply to Domestic Garbage Pope Mfg. Co. and can sell you autos class work only. Mj phone'is 802-2 Splendid list of valuable propertyand
BAY HOTEL.-Open night 1 d"'day.. Burner Company, Kalamazoo, IIcb.13ftbl. from f500.00 up. They cost less than rings. Orders promptly attended to. fine location: for a Colony! or Stock
WANTED-Manager for branch office '*ork of ah kind. European plan. Rooms light and '. horses, to keep up. They can be run J. Conrad Scott. Farm I& South East Georgia..
we wish to locate here in Pensacola.' L;,t Us clean? jour: fans. >eiair jour clean. Transient trade ,solicited.''t \\ in sand or anywhere a horse can go. Some'of the choicest resIdence -

\ddress with iefreneAs. The ,Morris -I dynamo, do jour wiring etc. P.irii3 575-57D S. Palafox. Jis. S. .Nlc lati, FOR S.\LE-For a. few days only 2 Leslie E' Brooks. SHIP CHANDLERS-McKinziei Oert- places 1"i the beautiful little city of

Wholesale House, Cincinnati, Ohio. 570. Peiuacula: Electric Co. 205 S. rr!'?p. S lots opposite the Haserman; residence JUST RECEIVED-Large suipment of i ing &. Co. wholesale and retail ship DeFuniak SprIngs Fla. and in Milton.

t>reblmVVTEDBoy" . S S ., Bayicn- --:, New City, $625.00. Fine location imported Olive Oil. Retail by pint chandlrs:! and grocers only first-class FlaW S
: I for a honre. Apply B. F. Wolfe, ..Fair to'all.. Our .prices and terms are reasonable
G. kind prices
SECOND HAND CLOTHING WANTED galloa or larger quantity. Morasso house of in city. '
\ about sixteen For Sale ISfeblm .
; !Ol I Cit en's Bank. <; -
&. Co. ship chandlers an 701
-,!'Hish/ price-i ia for. gent's grocers
App1Saunair Mill
learn glazing Cal
i S milch for sale. Applyat South Palafox. 4oct. Corno lIen Feed will make your on or write to us. S
clothing cnh'. Also sail second hand Fresh co- .s
Co :J3: East Garden. SjaC1L FOR SALE-"Household furniture. Apply -.
goods, =-o'9: E. Intendencia.JOB .i 419 E.Intendmcia 14feblw* ,Davison's? farm Roberts, :Fla. FOR SALE.-Only 4 young Boar pigs hens lay and keep them in a ht"alth11contlltion. :
S.: feblllw* Try it. ,For sale by the
--- 5-- I S S sired by Duke of: Florida 68923 out TURNER&AYMARDReal
PRINTING of all kinds wanted FOR SALE-Barred'Plymouth 'Rockcockere's Lewis Bear Co. 7feb
of Orphan Lee. of Baltimore.
WANTEDPOSITION I FOR LE-BeactifUl tlock In New 5S544
Mayes Printing Co.. 24 W. '.
by the readytor :yard ?1 50 to with
City. Tract No. 312. For cash $&00. All guaranteed registrations and
asl Government. Phone 181. Only. the'' $3; 15 eggs"$150; 'thirty''$2"50.: Mrs. Apply to A. M.'McMillan. Court Housa pedegrees. Carl Setterlmd. Chipl Y. H PESHON is still at the same plac Est&te and
WANTED position best of work. Idee Lizzie B Hughes, Chipley.. fla. lnt ndencia. Shoes made to
Fla. 26nov. Abstract
bookke i Icr. Good references. Ad- i 14feblm* t I laug work. Company,
(irfss X r. Z.. care Journal. WANTED.-Hauling and transfer: S 1 THE GREAT LINDSAY LIGHT Burns FOR S.LE.ost beautiful residence order; all kinds repair '
2Hehlw. work. Office phone 363; residence: TYPEWRITERS keep on handler less gas and gives you more light block in Pensacola. overlooking the 6feb2w* 5 0. Fez 115, _CcFBBJjk Sr-rlrgs, Flcrlda.r .
390 Acosta & White 2228! N.i sale' The For Unanrwoort Smith
photo '
: than Texar :
for l le&s money any lamp jet bay and Bayou Magnificent and chair
WAN; 1 ED-To loan money on :your St. 25ma Premier and Bhc\ensderfer Tjpewrit- J: II. Logan Upholsterer
i Tarragona .1 ,made. Try i It antf s e for:: jour self. live"oak, magnolia and other shade I Clocks repaired. Give me
1"'I'i ;outi property and household ers. Sold on easy terms or rented.' Booklets free! CalVup 1380 and ask trees. Ideal location for home. hotelor ,Caner. to cane. All work D. IIAiii1iii 11
foods( Mobile Loan Co.. corner JefffTMin WANTED.-Tha ifercnants TransferCo. 11'' All makes of machines" cleaned. and about them. 28 East Government sanitarium. A; C. Binkley. I your old chairs 206 Tarragona street. .

and( Zarragossa Sts. wants your moving and hauling. repaired. Work guaranteed. Phone etteet. F. B: Bruce. febll-lm Euaranteed. .
4fcb 10ts
f'hlm' I All breakage guaranteed. T. B. Tnor-,' 380 F. B Bruce, 28 East Government FOR SALE.-Nice. clean newspapers I REAL ESTATE
sen. Prop Phone 978. 18 lifeblm NORMANS S PILLS.-Just received I for sale: Only 5c a bundle. They The owner will not be responsible -
C01: ]HP HOUSE DYEING: Pre sim unCln.1 I 55.600 Compound Cathartic. For make: good wrapping paper and are i NOTICE- debts contracted by RENTS AND LOANSWe I
aId >'l u an.ug: Club. US N PaUfox! ::' i MATTRESSES l1JNOVATED.: New ''FOR SALE.-10 room house" Corner sale at Tho Alligator and West! End I Just the thing to put under matting. .for Kate.
S""t., :Mr< T.l J. Davis Prop. Your pationie -: tick furnished i if, d -ired. All done j I'l 10t.:1: blocks from Palafox lot :96x Saloons. ISnovlm I I the captains of the schooners 11. Jer-
:; olicifd, satisfaction in good/ order xm short'notice. Leave I 192 on car line. For particulars. inquire ., SALE-Fi'rStcl ; I I Fay" Alabama or Sallie Guy. Sfcblm have the following special 1 bar.

t"11 i"a'ernl, attention given guaran.I': orders at Green. & Watson. Phone of Standard Clothing. Co. J9jan FOR and 'meat market in connection grocery store Money to Loan. :nigan. owner Portland. Fla gains few in very desirable real estate for S
a days only
ial'mE'DIPhone: 1J22:: Sfeb1XHITION' i iI I 193. 4feblm I FOR S\LC-I Improved and hnlmpr.ed tures, etc. Reason for selling leaving borrows This Is to certify that the Ferry SPECIAL BARGAINS.

'\'-:\ -rED-By competent WANTED;:=_:To loan money on )'ourl I:i property in all parts of .the c'ty I the cit). Address P. 0. Box 697 MONEY money TO LO.U--EverYbodr from Jno. A. vllall & Pass Inspectors and Shippers Abso- 2 5 lots In block 17W, New City, 80x137

1:1Oo11..I."I: pci. either as bookkeeper,! watcis! : jewelry and personal effects -, J. A Wilson & Co. Real Estate Agents, 7feb. t ____ Co, 1C E. Government street. Whenin elation are not responsible of their for the inscection feet, on car line .. .. .. .. $400.00 fl
rrrk: 01' colHctor:' Have had six J .Highest ca lh price for old gold : Room 7. Salisbury buildms. Phone }<"OR'SALE=:3: acres land on Town I, need call on us. 9feblm following boom receipts :3 lots, corner 16th ave. and Gads
I of G. D.
>earpci" encc. Can give good ref-- and si'ver! Lightman t Klein, 10b E.I 172. :23jan! Point opposite city near marine wajs.: I : Receipt No. 1348 1347,of Feagin den street .. .. .. .. .. .. 1000.00 J.
>. : Phone U27.FOR Block 'I MONEY LOANED on all kinds of personal Robbins; receipt No. 5 lots fronting Toledo square in New '
crru \ddress A.. care Journal. wright. < FOR S VLB- on North Hill be- $300 cash; deep water frontage. AddresS 1295 of ChasSnow .
11 f.b! !M,* :- twren Bav'en' and Spring or will Land. care Journal.: lOfeu!, pioperty on short notice. and Hassell; receipt' 1'0.Pass Inspectors City .. .. .T .. .. ... ..1000.00
exchange fir improver! property downtown Terms easy. J. B. Gray & Co., 2 W. dens.. F rry by J. T. One 5-room house with bath. and
W.\\TEo-you: FOR SALE QUICK-100 high backs Phone 1165. Itch and Shippers sewer connection gas In every room
to use Corno Hen RSMT Apply 119 %V. Gadsden. SL, i Romana. Jan38a:: ;
f"1. This makes jour hens lay : Pen>acola, Fla. llf?blw cane bottom chalrsViJl sell all I'' Harper. Pre nice neighborhood. If. taken at
11II,1, fai PS mem Try it. For sale! or portion of thnf'cheap. Jos. Roth. MONEY TO LOAN.-On real estate or once .. .. .. .. .. .. ..$1.450.00 -
FOR X'1"-Tvoo story residence FOR S.LE.'lf- 'O--h $8: t.j;; ; sufficient security by DRESSMAKING Alice W. Her
) applj-
Lii5:5IAwis 1 I l Bear Co. 7feb Tarragonna ant Government Sts.10feb other 6 houses In block 17, West King -
: with all jiiodcin ,conveniences, corner vest in a saw mill proposit.on; worth I ing to Thos. Pebley, cor. Palafox and man has opened a first-class dres- Tract. renting $30.00 per month. 'Willlend
N.\ TIU-l in Pensacola Spring: and Strong Sts. Apply C. Lock I > stairs. at her residence 106 E.
Everybody 10000. write Box 26. DeFuniaKSprings. ; !.Romana. up 17noT-as. making shop 2000.00 of necessary .. $2600.00All
io kuow that the Y. M C. A. buildIng II. Turner. _ _ 9reh. I'la This will stand thi I F SAiET or threa wagons, i MONEY TO LEVD-On good real estate Intendencia. Ladies: invited to calL of these propositions are bargains .
was built of brick made by th* .nvestimation and drays and hors's cheap it taken will be held for arfewcaj
FOR REXT.-, Elegant 2. l' 'n. (H\ ola Brick Co., and they are prepared with tna money gets it. Na time within a few da:>s. Phone 614 or apply 's only. 1.
cottar at :318 West Bclmont St. Apply -j ( to lowest: rates. Leslie E. Brooks. Boot and Shoemaker.Fins -
to furnish )'ou. J. S. Walton, waste with agents or trif1 ) to Walter Ingraham at Star Lan. Fisher custom work to ; repair .
lgL.: 6.feh .... SALE7.room'house railroad track very dry. '. 25jan i FOR SALE. One choice Mock on FOR at Gould all kinds material and workmanship guar "
-- top LOANED on of ing;
8 land.
MONEY personal Good cent mortgages
)VTFREaSES made to order; old of the ridge east of the electric In'g. Apply to F. L. Aekergren short ante ll. Please: give me a call. 120 per
on notice. kind of investments. .
FOR REVT.Elegant two .,tory stow property Best t-
Fla. 28janlm
man rh t' and tick I between 7th Goulding. street. Phone 10S6
renovated new railway, and 8th
W. Bullard. E
Turn,shed room in new Star Laundry buiHing Terms easyJ. upstairs Property In all parts of city vacant j -
if do ired Ring phone 771 E. Garden street Apply Walker In-i, Nautre has favored this section and it FOR, SALC,-Nice clean old new spa- 28Vj South Palafox St., Phone 1144Snor&. 27janlmCUT or improved. wanted and for sale.
or call at 114 E. Belmont St feblm:! be duplicated I A, V. ----------
graham Star Laundry. 22dec. cannot Clutibs!: pers at a/e cents a bundle. This office ---FLOWERS-Orders---- promptly 30 S. Palafox St. ,
\\'A nO-R'at' te ior'sale ''or;; 4 S i FOR' SALE-House '- Phone 234. 5.- 4
5---5- S at Moulding on UNLIMITED.amount or money to loan filled for roses, carnations, flowers
rent, ipa!!",. ,,r exchange. Your busi- A. R. BINGHAM baa storage room for( I hard road i rooms bath: and kitci- FOR S\LE.-Second' hand Babcock on all kinds of personal property. and design of all kinds. Miss Bertie I-- S ..... 1:
l1Cs pectfully :solicited. J. A. Wilfon rent, suitable for furniture: or other en: nice stable. Strictly cash M. luggj. rubber tins. in first-class Special rates to business men on large Smith. 616 N. Barcelona. Phone 651.
Real Estate Agnt,22WI.! Gov- goods 104 and 106 South Tarragona.; S. Borras. Standard Oil Co.'s office condition.. For Information telephone leans. The! New York Loan Co., 204 V FOR SALE .

n-nmpnt street, Room 7. Salisbury St. Phone 630 SOnov Pensacola. Fla. 30janla. No. ,51 South Palafoxas.fsaEB5ti6Vte TAILORING-B. L. Diamond Tauor.1

:: lIdIn. Phone 11:._23jan I i Gents' clothing cleaned_ r .se Beach Haven. the coming suburb
W.\\\T" ,, ,- ---. ,- repaired on snort nouce. ,",0. .11'2 : Pcnbajcoila. Extensive improvements

w:<111'1'1! ul<[}-UM our pdork repair ,,'ork. Best ,LOST SiI:- fir y "it'Ir'i':.!!;m'* HnM>*'-"'S'--'J'''t' ", 'T."i:""" ...,...,......ggiBSJafiafcaa West Government St., P n5acola, Fla. ] Io be made this year: street car line
: guaranteed
: l1dec.. guaranteed in the near future. $35;.00 ..

,'ItHII wk','tail 1210:? d, for and delivered Ring' I.OST-Snrveyors: transjt tripod b- MANUFACTURING CO. for beautiful waterfront lots. This
I. H. Shoe- DAVIS
Pcshon. Some Good and Homes. j THE
Real Estate Investments For further
Ii i ah"1 i Hiiti Repairer S. W corncj-Bav-.1 tween Court House and Olive onj I Ih..rd I wholesale and retail manufacturers price for a short time only. .
'. Ix particulars call on or write to
Return tg lteIhnS ?
"n. < n4<1 IntemlcncJA Sts bfebSw* roa .. I and dealers In cotton mattresses and PENSACOLA INVESTMENT CO.
1'feblt "'e make a social offer ot J joom and ball house or tic southwest corner of 16th street and IStb avenue : bed springs. Second hand furniture
VNTER-All kinds of. electrical -- I with ;5 lots. Tbij is an ileal !sariMiroa.i home fruit trees stables. windmill and tank, water throughout bought and sold. Upholstering and reo --S S -
vrk' i sell all kinds Oj electrical LOSTtri of deeppink beads: house everything convcn'ent ant line. and ments could not be 114 E. BelmontSt. I
', new, not far frcm cir The house improv pairing a speciany.
\ ::fries anj; other electrical supplies betweea Cadsd'n:: and" Government"<"< duplicate. for the price.- .. ., .. . .. .... ,....... .... ..... . . .$2500.00 city. Phone 771 C. T. Davis, Professional! Directory
lY"wnoii: ? need me ring 345 or 955. streets. Lot S turcla). cvening P-nJ'\ 50t East Jackson street, twa story S rom and hall house. bath, gas a C1t\ ;b.tfuhome] and good neighborhood Mgr. 17Janlm _

;t" Peake. new Star Laundry'buildF er will. pleasa return. same. to 309 E.* lot 93 ft. bv 150:; ..... ... ... .. .. .. ., .. ..... ...... ... .' .. .. . .. .$3500.00 : I THOS. PEBLEY S
"' Garden ISdec.AM Gadsden St.. 15.fbJtLOSTPointer : A five room and kitchen. cpttage 'on Little Ba>ou' fronting on the wafr;" lot 100 ft. by 140 ft. deep. barn, J. }{. PORTER sallmaker. 716 South ,

'CD- Position wanted by young I bitch, : brown head and 1* bearing fnil trees 80 ft waarf running out Intj the water. The boule' has been pewly painted and Palafox street. Orders taken for LAW REAL ESTATE. LOANS AMa ;

,IJ"H) of ability and temperate) habits.)I with wnitc blaze: Brown: spot on: papered, and wool: work"grainelon in }de. hous sits on bluff about 20 ft. faign! email sal! boat and row boat tents awnings camp stools and bouse COLLECTIONSS

}"n. 'ar with grocery business; would,shoulder and one 'on' bodj. Bilanc i j go with house v near carIiOe ThIs place H: very cheap at.. .. u .....,. fo.p ,..., *. .. ... $1500.00 : cots. etc. Prices reasonable. Sljan. PALAFOXAND ROMANA.
"r (. r position as shipping clerk but .white Reward for*" return io II. A.Brosnahacn. 5 room and hall house with. 0 .lots: on the southwest corner Wagner and '"0' streets a fine .ard'n: PHONE 559.

1\'C1':11' : consider any offer of clerkship ,: 60S,N..Spring :i3U:: 15fel!) ( stable and outhouses: This isone of the highest points In the city. 'has view of the bay .. $1000.00 = ..
J3.I'i.' week's :3 lots on Strong street between 10th ond This cheap at$650.00 SCHEDULE
Would require notice containing number llth! 'avenues. property is very STEAMBOAT
*B(1( am already e01plo 'ed. Address: LOST-A pstltion but 3 lots on the south side of Cervantes' street between 8th and 9th avenues, 120 ft..front bj .137 ft. C inches T G YATES M. D.

_" kS1." this othce. lOfeblOt,!owner of signatures Reward of.for yalqe jrtftufn to*no to one Journal deep. We defy you to find thre' 2 lots CO ft. front on, the eouthwest corner' Barcelona ,and Gonzalez streets, very select neighbothood master: Passengers and
WA\TED.-A.: Sfeb
voar R. Bingham wants office. .. .. ..i. .. .... S .. ._.. .. .. '.. .. .-. .. f .-. .._ ,....... ..... .... ..'? .... .... ....$150000 S, Rogers,service between Pensacola OPTICIAN
moving and hauling. He guai* I 6 lots 150 ft, DeSoo by 180 ft of street If' sold -in 'the next few Freight
ntM, -r- -- -i on oa Reus southwest corner ; : Freeport. Fla. At Baylen street 3OB THIESEN BUILOIGN
all breakage. Phone 630.. days.. .._ ..... . '., 1...*... ?. .. .. .. .. ,. .. :"..,..... .'.. ... ._.. .,,..'_ S ..-. ..$250000 :I and wharf, Wednesdays and Saturdays.
WA\TED-To: ::::: buy old gold 'and silA Found j 5 lots on the northeast( .corner Strong and Reus. 123 f t. on Strong by 150 ft..'d!el) on Reus....$2500.00 Tourists and othe-s desiring .to. see

r, broken up stuff ,rogardless ofJn"f S MONEY at the! lowest .market !rates o !interest on improved or vacant city property i places of Interest pn Chpctawhatchie H. T. CRAWFORD,

''ash paid. Ligatman &. Klein I IE and Santa Rosa Sound should
treet.. purseconta'nlp REAL EST4TE.S
\\f) Bright Phono-4127, J FOUND-On' ? some Palafox:monej It anJ the a.money ow n. The Fisher Real Estate Agency, ,I make of this ten trip.or Special more. For rates rate for parties or MONEY TO LOAN AND RENTS COL'

1\01HKERS get Kauffman's prices er will de cnb? the same LECTED.
for for this notIce I will deliver: Phone 87. 206 South i other information 'apply on board or S
and Palafox:
developing and finishing. pay ,' P. O. Box 6S2, Pensacola. Fla. 414 THIESEN BUILDINQ.
a Thiesen I I address
n.1 50$
"'h and hame. iJ.\. Klrkj trick, ..
apest In city. Romana S v 16'eb3tI I I ,27Janlm renaa FJft.t ..
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:1 : A MAN HI. EStATE I[WEEKlY REVIEW; f .McMillan Bros. Co 'I After :theFire. the Safe I

I :: !And''its contents may 'be found upinjured. But if there

I TRANSFERS OF SOUTHERN is no fire insurance carried the saving of the safe may
WHO SMOKESor Cbe' of ,Importance.e. Let jour forethought be better
than hindsight .
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: 'who, enjoys hfs -home Following is a listof tha deeds recorded -I i INDUSTRIES'I [MOBILE.. ALABAMAMARKETS.. Insure at Onc and Take Mo Chances.

: life, wants a nice yesterday reported by the!

I! Pensacola Abstract Co: I Insurance, Kno'Alles Bros Gen'( Agts

I J. N. Andrews to J. Frank Banner- I Fire, Life. Pensacola

House Coator ,I New man, City lots 11.Tract.12 $200.00.and 13, block 276, ,New Corporations Formed in D ial i-- --------

I C. B. Merntt: to .)Ia.ryn50n., lots ,i [Land. During the Week: S Naval Stores. I II .- .-- ------' ""

9 and 10, block 161, Clapp Tract, $1.00 : i*
: : \ Savannah.-Ga.. Feb. 16r-The naval .
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and other valuable considerations. Just Passed. a fo'l.' : ,
i ; stores market closed today as follows: N8

i J. Williams to A. Williams. N. E. A good thing I Ito Ww.-: .. ..' .. .. ..6 20 I

J Smoking Jacket iof: }lots 13' and' 14, 'of the henry Chattanooga Tcnn., Feb. 16.-The. have. A gin of qual- ;, WG.. .. ,... .. .. ... ........610 i Iron Works and Supply Co.

I Cooper TnKt,. Collins! Grant $1.00. following list authorized by The ,.x.w.-'., .. .. .. ... .. .5 90
-r' : I' Thos. J. Virgin to John H. Kohl r. Tradesman includes .ths Important ity that all men appre- 11 .... .'.. .... ..... .... ....5 40 a; ._,._...-u -_.,. Manufacturers and Repairers otI -
and any man who has six. new industries established in the strength ''K .... ...... .... .... ""... ...5 15 MACHINERY AND BOILERS ;
7 8 block date. Insures
t' dollars to invest lets 9, 10, 11. 12, 13 and 14 southern states! during the week end- I .. .... ..;. ...... ... ... ..<4< 50 .FORCINGS MILL AND STEAMSHIP SUPPLIES
4 or seven : 261 New City, assumption of mortgage -ing todaJIt will be noticed that vim and vigor. ,lit .. .. ..' .. .. .. .. .. ..410 STEAMSHIP REPAIRS A SPECIALTYPromyi ::
can get a really good for $325.00. $100.00 and not fort there arc a number of heavy ln\est 'a .... .. .. .'' .... .3'70 to 3 75iF j I attention given to all orders day or night Agent5 !
; and handsome one here $7 .00. i, ments.among which: may' be specified sell it 1' ... ... .. .:. .. -.. ...370to3721sF I for James McKr&. Co.'s celebrated Log'and< Timber 1)053. A1Ja 2
f that will olve him lots of i a $300.000; construction company in All good dealers ; .. .. ... :. .. .. .... .,370 Chalns.of all descriptions.
; ; Georgia a $125,000 oil in : D.. ..... .-. .... .. ..365to370
i 4: comfort. Better ones for iI Chamberlain's Cough Remedy theMother's ; company VB. & B." Atlanta OffJet Phbn '23. PHil.| WITTMAN. Mgn
: I Indian Territory $200,000 oil and 'C .. .. ... .365to370. Residence :P'lene 102!. P. '0. Box 121II
k. more, but no shoddy ones Favorite. gas companin Oklahoma, a $250,000 Spirits: Turpentlue6oCeflts. .
.. at any price. I The soothing and healing proper coal mining company: in Tennessee, m; '-
ties of this remedy, its pleasant taste I Ii I and a $250.000 cement and lime 'company : Market. ,
Pensacola Cotton -
.. i and prompt and permanent cures have InVest Virginia. MUeh of then 3QTOURSTOEUROPE2i- JAPAN I \
I made it a favorite with people every w investment In. this section: is for Uuder anix-rur manaceml I where. It is especially! prized by 'the development of timber coal and II adTAntigea. Fall Tour.! Around the World C. Guntcr Elmore F. O. B. cotton
mothers of small children, for colds,!iron ore properties, in each of which I Annual N.Free.FRANK Oriental. Cruse in *fbru ry. irogram broker gives the following quotations

The John White Store croup and whooping cough as it always -i there is steady activity and no cessation -! C. CLARK 96 New York for February 16: [I AUSLEY 6 COMPANY i
Sway, II
affords quick relief and as it i of interest. The complete ljst Good Middling. .. .. .. .. ....104Strict I: :
contains no' opium or other harmful i compile by The Tradesman Is as 1l1 llng.1! .. .. .. .. ..10( % i ,
gp"ciaH.t lit *.*.. w..... It be given as confidently'i follows: (000 mining company: Middling} .... .. ... .. .... ..10y': .
drug may I Cap Girardeau-Wheelbarrow factor ... .., .. ..10'/
to an adult. For : Alabama. ; Strict Low )Middling .
205-207 S. Palafox Street. to all a druggists.baby as sala by Enslej: -$100,000 nail mill (to be >'. Low Middling .. .. eo .. .. ...10c I COMMISSION BROKERS, :

I:rebuilt) ; $J,000 land t company Salem-Telephone company. Stains.and tinges &.to 1 cent lower. .
-- Phone 225. Mobile$ :J.OOO naval stores com- New Cambria-$10,000 land com I II'WESr
_- _, : Birmingham-Imestment company; Webb Cit>'-$10,000 land company. "* Cotton Market. 4

i4 i---_ ---------__ seeure4theservlces land company. CenterviKe-Mining company. '- Liverpool! -.. ;: "'-.; n<,>.. --
W'e have :
of R Linneus-Telephone Company. Private Wires N. Y. N. 0. and :
:M.Villiani of Atlanta who is an expert M-bertrlllt Electric light plant; No'th Carolina., n.-Feb......................................SriFeb.Mtr. i !. Chicago.
water works.
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electrician, and we are now better Mon'gomerj-$30.000; oil and fertiliser Ashevillo-.-$30000:: veneering plant. MsrA prO.-:- :: : :: ;:::::::::::::;;: .

prepared-works than ever to do all kindsof factory; medicine factor. Burlington-$50.000 lumber com- April.May .?..............................5.79 : COTTON STOCKS GRAIN, PROVISIONS and BONDS !
electrical 'at moderate prices. Annisto'i! -$10.000 lumber company. pony; $1(10.000( investment company. !day-Jufte. ..........,;......................3.SI ,
Ring phone 570 and our representative Tuscumbld--Canning factory. UI's'1I1e-Powl'r plant (near). JuneJsly.-. ..............5.83 : r I
will call on :you.: Estimates fur Gadsden-$50.000; harness company. Beaufort-$100,000 contracting com- 'Jotl'- nru.' ,......................."......5.80 f Bought and.Sold on Margin or for Investment. *
: PRPA1D $ nished on all kinds of work. Arkansas; pauy. .A a gut. t'paem.ber".".,..................
a PEl SACOILEI.ECTRIC COMP4NY. .Monticello-$16,000 brick and tile I. Wilmington-$10,000 cigar factory; p\ember.Oetober ............ ...........683
i1. e 205 S. Baylen St., Pensacola! Fla.SHIPPINGNEWS. \, I Iorks. i $20,000 plant to manufacture satin lining. Oetober.NoTember ................. .......5.59. i Reference! : F1 National and Peop'&s! BI3*S. Phone 1173 i
i I Fort Smith-$10.000 and NoT.mbar-D eeinber .................. ..6,68 _
1.L.;;. 4 I .caner. ---- r----namtcompany. !I Defeat ber-J*.UAry :...I... ............... ....o..o. o ........... .. ...........
Greensboro-$;)OQOO hardware com '
Gassville LiYerpool 8po,,,5.Jl
6QTSUi I Canning factory. pany. -
IZQTtS, Hot Springs-$40.000 hardware com Lawndale-.-$3,000 lumber company
I: pany. l"a-etteville-iO.OOO:: lumber com New York Cotton Market.
: Helena-$30.000 box factory. ". Open High Low CoJUrou : e t NEW 'METHo'vtAuNoRYE. '
Ozark-Electric light plant. pan) .............tom 107U 1070 IC .i
1 I Florida. Raefoi d-'Cotton mill. .:?............1090 I.i'S( 1083 10 9 J
Perry$ Oklahoma.Cordell Jaly......,......,... 1102: 11U IIP. 11.C7
; Arrived. 5.00(* water 'works.I -$100,000 o.1 and gas cOm- October,n.".......M.tt 1944) 10.42 1045 W. LAM/IIENCE. 1".11"11,. No S w.! R..3na 51. Phase 189.I .
Jacksonville *
-$100,000 naval stores, pany.: Ieeembr..........
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Emelia --- -- --
Ciami Ital bk, S64. Havana company; $20,000 bag factory, It-
,2.. I Pensacola-Cold storage plant, Crescent. -$20,000 : telephone- sys New York Spots. 1125 :+O........ ...$.. ..... ......... ............
,, Cleared. ; tem. New Orleans 5pot.,10 1116Wheat. -
Georgia. Hobart->100,000 ,auto-tire company.: .
f- Neptune Br *s. Drink 1221, for i Augusta-Lumber mill. -
Civita Vt>Cchia. with 423.000 s ft lum Tifton-$20,000 3Ianltou-l0,000.441e1) company. : I
i ; b T. (j ber. 730,000 s ft sawn .timber, 1,229 c Atlanta-$500,000 water construction wgrks. company Edmond-$5,000 telephone com: .Open' HIzh. Low Clot i Mighty Good and Wholesome !
fi hewn timber. ;' $100,000 investment pany. tMva .. I SUy_...... 84V" S4 j WS r.N: I
company. $1 2.000 ice,and coB storage ......... I
Perkins I July. .83 Ki iJij :
CHAS.BLUM&CO _. -$1 0,000 logging company. Heaps of delfcacies crowd our store nowtherre :
VESSELS IK i'CRT.Steamships. .. ,.CAlioth. Yarbrough. -Saw mill. plant; '$30,000 plaster factory. .- j : ., fresh and pur?. Here's a bunch of the best: '
517 AND One -Telephone :
? 519 W2ST BAY ST.. > company. '
;t Indian Territory. Corn Kasher Ring' and Thick Sausage. .... .... ...... '..... .15c
: Norman- $22,000 telephone company .
; JACKSONVILLE FLA. Dutch ss, Mulda 1298 Rotterdam ... ..., .. .. .. .. ......... Open High Low Clo4Jlar. e : "** *: : :
to order.Bastlands Okmulgee $125,000 oil company. ,. ,. .'.....,;...;4 43'. '27-: 42T, ; Kasher Weiner'and Knack Sausage.....:. ._*, o..., ...... ..... 15c .

Br 1s. Thomas 2001 O'tickasaw-lOOOO telephone com Oklahoma City-$10,000 paper box .Jr.ly_. .....,tiiS 4J 1 ii's 437, :; Kasher Corned Beef, select. Ib......, ..-;-*.. .\.. .... ... ... 20c: :

#*#&#**### ### #**#*# Tampico. pany. S:; faetory. -- : Kasher Smoked Beef,.select, Ib./ ,... .. .. .... .. ... 25c: :

.:-( iPIANOS AND. ORGANS.t Wm.Gamma S. Kejser, Ger &ss,Co.perg Funchar' ,to Ravia system.RaviaSaw-Electric. light plant; telephone Clarion Guthrie--$5,000:' $100.0QQ/telephone() .manufacturing company. New York' Stock* Open Market. Close i Kasher Tongues, very fine.......... .... ...... ...? .. . .. ,.25c .

-.$ -. CASH OR EASY TERMS. Kirkswood Br SE. Larson 2093.: Lon- and 'planing mill. company; $30,000 manufacturing. com Southern .. 6 *J 6Copper ,Lentels Green Kern, Split Peas. :
All Piano Work Guaranteed. .,\! don. Kentucky. pany. ._ .m>{ 1H,. : Everything in the wgetable line can be furnished by
A.S.R......,.,... 142. :
CLUTTER RUSHING Chandler-Ice factory; $20,000 can- { 1 iAteb .
4 12 EAST GOVERNMENT ST. ; : Neptune GeT ss Brink. 1221, West Louisville-$50.000 pottery.hlopkinsvilleSaw ning (actorsaw niHLKaw I _......................... 9OJ. 84 I. .
mill and hub 14-WGdrden Popular
'I Hartlepool to the W. S. Keyser Co. A.R .. 165 LAZ JACOBY
164 I
: PHONE 476. ; I Pleamoor, Br ss, Prest 2803, Mobile and and spoke factory. Cit>-$200,000 oil and gas R.B T. &:. 4 81 i Phone 183_ Grocer.For ;
Jamstown-Roller flouring mill. company.
;: Ito| Secunda.master. Br ss, Donnelson 1309.i Louisiana. Stroud-$22.000 water works and I Erie B.-&.Q .. 110"-45 lOP;'4 I ..... ...... ...,..................................t

Tenereiffa to Th& W. S. Keyser Co. I I IVivma I i New Orleans-$10.000 broom fac- electric light plant, O.F.I .'... f6 :f. .
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t *pan ss, Bustinza. liTS3, [ tery; $150,000 land company. South Carolina. I U:8_. 42Ji 41i I II -
i.,; U/iOOii8j';Susersofinorpbine, to Galf Transit Co. I.JY'j'erpool I IWrmland j I Rocbelle-Saw mill. Columbia-$100,000 lumber com IT.8.. preferred.............. 107 1038 : ....,................................ .........
opium, liadaaanijellxlrof Swed ss Anderson 1473 Shreveport-$40,000 laundry; $25;), : pany. .. .,..... :. 1 8!:? 4'' C
oplalBeo- Tampico to Pensacolaa Lumber So. 000 lumber company.Alexancfnia$40.000. Tennessee. I 1.& ., ,. 149 148 I ILead i
,& I lumber com:' Johnson City-$5.000 bottling works .. 8:*i 81 I : G'ASFor GAS j
OUr. McalDeor"hISkey. Ships. |i McDonoghville[ -$100,000 water and I: I.C 173Ji 17.SMet.
.. Avon Ital ship, Avegno, 1601, Genoa )i I power company. $10,000 lumber mill. I ......'........ 1I9' Jl>J-!. : .
to Rosasco Bros. i Maringouin-Telephone system. Knoxvnt'-Brlck.: ; jam mm'l (hn.Pao.;................. ...: 17.' 17114 I *
t, AND B. H. MOOLLKTmN.PryorSi. Nashvllie-Planing mill $ I Lighting. For Cooking and Heating
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.',. ; I, Cure Atlanta: Georgia. Genoa.Casanova Ital bk, Avegno 1069.I Mississippi. coal mining company; $60,000 mantel iP.O'!': .. 145L4\8R.D.o. I48'4 9* I Ii ,..' .

Port i Canton-$10000 lumber company; factory. ',i ............,............. 1S.p. 1r.: .1 4*
Elvira. ship. Rodriques 1488,1 $10,000 development company. ,: : The biggest merchants of the, Does away with all work and
I IarK. Covington-$\0,000 canning factory.! 8t.P .<. .181''; )1\)1'
Lisbon to Older.! :McHenrj$50,000 water works Trenton$1 2000' simply works and R.I..P'............ 25''; 251, : country are using '.jas arc lights trobule incident to uao of wood 4
I companv. machine company.Colurnbla$45000. i. N R"......_............ ...... S.l &! I for lighting' 'store and-windows. and coal. Turn a value, strlkt J
Adele, Swed bk Janse. 596. Havana rldlan--Cannlng machine. com [ telephone I T.e. L.......... ............. U3!. 152j'nn. 4 : a match and you have a warm :
KlondykeCafe Due Cuiglni Ital bk. Olnari 1258.I pany. pany. corn-. &......................... 13: i tat: : Gas is glow or cooking fire **
Genoa to order. Gulfport-$10,000 land company. Chattanooga-$J 00,000 coal andi.I' UP.- li.a:: ; 111 CHEAPEST., SAFEST. AND CLEANEST, AND MOST CON
Gudny Nor bk, Saanum, 821, Ham Shaw-$85.000: cotton oil company.. lime cOlD any., : BEST. VENIENT. ..
burg to master. Missouri. Lewisburg-$15,000 lumber com Ausley &, Co.'s Daily Cotton Letter. .
X1H na. Dan bk,; Pedersen 765. Dexter-$12.000 ice, fuel and power pany. New: York, Feb. 16.-Lherpool has, i .
fallen! back into her old : -- ..
Bahal. company. nit, simply .
'Petrsburg-8aw milL .; .
irr Pedro Lacave, Span. bk. Maristang, Independence 6.000 land company Texas. meeting the advance or decline on this;
509. Savannah to RJZ M. Robinson. Kansas City-$12.000 investment Wilburton$:>.OOO oil company. side whIchever! it may be. Spots in' I Pensacola Gas Company i
Providenza. Ital bk. Olcese. 1185. company; $30,000 dental manufacturing 1SE''mour-il mill.ParlS$100.000 toe English market were advanced 5,
Tonio. Ital bk. Tonino 103:!. Genoa.:. company; $15,000 investment : oil }po:nts while arrivals were advanced: .
,r Genoa to master. company; $15,000 lumber an4 Thomas Ital bk, Lano, 803. Naples : company.Joplln .
1 Umberto I, Ital bk. Olnan 766, -$10,000. zinc 'company; $50COFFEE ; ,- $50,000 cement 'works; $10.000 planingmill :............ ....................4......e+.......4
; electric light :plant; $10,000 furnace
Thos. H. Raucher to Rosasco Bros. -
Genoa ---- --- -
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manufacturing I
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,, Schooners.Chas. I' I I New Bhirnlnghani---$3O,000! development ent expected.. 'i 1 small amount of tenders which will L'
, A. Gilber Am sch Jasper,I I company. : 'Reports from Texas and the western -: readily taken care of.
- 269. Pomaron to master. Mineral Wells-Electric light plant.' SEEDS. belt are somewhat disquieMn but I I The receipts at Pensacola tot;.".
S Horatio L. Baker. Am sch, Mohr. Merkel-$25,000>> lumber company. ( it is rather early: jet to'come to any were ehen. 'at HOt bales and "
: / Lpstairs, corner Zarragossa 720:! Lagua to J. A. Merritt & Co. ,Sijmour; -$ OOOO hardware company -. : definite conclusion! and ..the trade is''![I points In proportion and as Ion ,*
Barkentmes. j i iWaxahachie paying very little attentlon to tbesej I this heavy mo\'ement keeps up maw
t: and Baylen streets. Beatrice, Am bktn. Casavegglo. 1430 We are the Pioneer -$10,000"cement stone WHICHSUCCEED reports. Thp political situation in ially highly prices are unlik, l>', Vs
4 Rctterdam to Pensacola: Lumber Co. Coffee Roasters of com pan>'. i Europe is still sO 1ewJat'mbed and had been' of the opinion that H Irouj'!(
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' Caroline Koch. ,.Dan bktn. Holm. Somerville-$25: ,000- development any rumors l looking toward trouble be impossible for Mr Jordan 'o tInt
ii Fort de France ta McKenzi Oerting West Florida.McHUGH'S company. causes a flood of-sell'ng orders andas one million bales to tie up for i i:> ('*nf J,
&Co. Ennis-$25,000: gas p'ant. I these r\lmrS are generally chang much less three mill:on. bar 5' .bar-'
cd to the reverse few hours been compelled our .jP11I's
Walnut Springs-Machine shops. every to modify
Just Opened! Startling But True BLENDShave Fort Worth-Coffin factory. I the market remains a scalping one considerably in,this reapec' and *oa't! !

People the- world over were horrified Virginia. I and seem to be determined' to remain not be surprised if the a.mounlU''
on learning of he burning of a Norfolk-$25,000 machine works; j I in that state'for some time to not very nearly correct l but w lIf"e
Chicago theater' in' whUn nearly six sash and door: factory-;- $50.000 development When You I come. II j(I few signs of the holding process: going -
hundred people lost their lives :yet no equal. A trial' company.ElktonTelephone. I I Buy, That there is still plenty of cottonto on at the present and as II ''oolks

I Everything New and Up-to- more than five times this number or will convince the con- company Get the Best. I be sold goes" without 'saying and now Mr. Jo/dan haft bit off such a mr
over 3,000 people died from pneumonia Pennlnston Gap-$50,000; coal and'! knowing this as well as 'he does the chew: that it hag gotten sOOl(>wha' : Date. in Chicago during the same :year noisseur that we coke company. ] It's the Cheapest in the End.iandreth's I spinner'is not }Jlkely! to enter the market best of him.! We think cotton! a pm'
with scarcely a passing notice. Everyone PtersburK$50,000 land and lumber very extensively untl he gets chase on any further le:'IDt'!: }' ,011
of these cases of pneumonia resulted no extravagant company. 9! some den as to..what the outlook for would not under any- condiTlon-- vita'. '
from cold and could have been claims. Richmond-$25,000 lumber com-' the new crop will, be. "" |I I ever go short of the staple -as: 'Ie'

prevented by the timely use of Cham- pany. | ,i We thick it now. a' good deal of a profits to be gained seem inart'qI1i1'.. "
berlain's Cough Remedy.: A great Homeville! -$5.000 telephone convi, I weather market depending for its to tha,risk that must be run from 'u:

Open Day and Night. many who had every reason to fear Wholesale and RetailGROCERS pany. I t changes upon,: reports of new crop Ing short.
pneumonia have warded it off by the, Roauoke-$10,000. electrical com) j preparation and: 'weather conditions -
prompt use of;this remedy.! The following pany. I ''in the western clt, pfSndpaly! Texas p -- -
is an instance of this sort: West Virginia.. I. where the earliest cottQn is crown.Prjvate. .
"Too much cannot b* said in favor'of Elizabeth-$25,000 coal, oil and gas! "New Crop I d.vicea cWm hat picking,: Morris Dannheisser
Chamberlain's: Cough Remedy, and especially company. and ginning is still-going in north
PHONE and all kinds of Feed '
960. for cold and influenza. I Glady-$100,000 lumber- company. Texas and 'that .;Ire output of that (Formsrly of Dannheisser Bros rInaj |

know that it cured my daughter, Laura Stuffs.Pluto. 'Morgantown-$10,000 building com. : section will.Vf7' nearly, as large'],I Pure Old Rye and Bourbon
of a sewre cold, .and I believe saved pany. Just Received. as last year: bur we".t hinkt, !5s should!I Wines. Beer and Tobacco.
her life ,,'hen'she was threatened witn Martlnsburg-$251,000 cement and be taken with a grain ,of doubt as''I Old Specialty
pneumonia." W. Dv., Wilcox, Logan lime company.: } i such reports are?generally sent out Hickory Whiskey My
New York. Sold by' all druggists. WaterWholesale Follansbe-25,000. sheet metal. ,from bearish sourts ana. are simply:'' 12 W. Zarraaossa Street
company. I I rumors circulated in order to depress[ PENSCAOLA. FLORID
Eacambla Lodge. No. 15. 'F. & A. M. Welch Tannery. 'values in order that cotton may be:

Regular Communicat'on otl I bought; cheaper by those who are firmly -!]
A. D'Alemberte
... Escambia Lodge No. 15, F. : and Retail. No pills is as 'pleasant and positive W. fixed lu the short.crop J Idea and I Florida and Alabama
fJ' c A. :M *ill. be held Monday) a D WUt's Ltttlo Early Risers. These i think muco hfgh8r.lIrJc s.-'s..lnevltable. j
evening February 19th at, New Orleans Grocery Co. Famous Little Pills are so mild and Dmslst aad J Apothecary, All eyes are ttirned. toward the'LAND COMPANY
FRANCES 7:30 o'clock. Visiting- brethren fra-j effective that 'children delicate ladies j March option. In which It was believ-
ternally!- invited' : and weak iople'enJoY their,cleansing Telephone 109. i ed a late interest,existed,but we think Manufacturers of

ItatnsiBi But Kn tt tuun.KUU.AU. C. D.. BEYER. Mot' Jas. McHugh effect: while ,strong*:people say they 121.'SoaU Palifoi Street. S I a larger portion! of jbls has been transI -'I! and Dealers in

W. are the best liver .pills sold. Never I'ferred to the more distant months and I LUMBER SAWED CYPRESS

Sec. J Phone. 105. Proprietor.. gripe. jthat I delUtry: da/- wiir'ebow. only a AND KILN-DRIED SAP.
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