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 24, 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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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Succeeded by: Pensacola news
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In Serious Condition


toicted Murderer-r Insisted Upon SECURED R flAKE DROOLS MUSTREMAIN Senate Committee Votes to Report s

Delay to the Last EXECUTION .. '.\ I it Favorably Without

Minute.MARRIED ..,... 1/ u. Amendment i

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13 TIMESSeveral Negro Who Murdered Miss lehr iLiV i-; % _____ BALLOT WAS 810-$*

at Shreveport Mon ti _
1 = El AWAY "

of His Wives Died Under day. Senator" Tillman Gfren Honor. of//

Suspicious Circumstances. Reporting Bill.

Hamilton 0., County Treasurer GOVERNOR BLANCHARD WILL GO J Suspicious Looking Strangers Will' \9



OFFICIALS WHO EXECUTED By Associated Press \.c- Crooks and'faJdI'S must remain BEST TO HAVE ,BlLU-PASSEr

HOCH MAY BE INDICTED Cincinnati Feb. 23,-County.Treasurer Associated Press. I ''.4 away from Peosacola during the Mardi: NEW PRECEDENT ESTBL.ISHED,

La. Feb. 23.--Covr Gras festivities, or they will have to -
HynicKa received about twenty Shreveport : -
BYi -'RE2.uBU -I
1"r ,
thousand dollars In gratuities for nor Blanchard will arrive tom r., serve a term in.Ahe city.Jail if caught ..
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i row niorniffg and his presence it is by the police. Occasions like that J ,
the deposit of public.funds from .var:, 1 \
believed will keep down trouble at
ious banks: according to his testimony .which is to oceur next week always Associated '
3y Associated Press. the trial of the negro Coleman. :
Chicago, Feb. 28.-Johann Hoch, this afternoon before a committee appointed -II Judge Bell has issued orders that I ra ar attract large numbers of persons who Washington Feb. 23. $ & vots oC I

to1I\ ted of the murder of his wife, I by the state senate to investigate all persons must be searched for weapons CXV. L prey upon, the visitors and manageto 8 to 5 the Senate Committee onteretate In--
I before being allowed! to enu.r I separate many of them from their '
..as hanged here to-day.: The drop the public offices of Cincinnati the Commerce- >>slay agreed to
court room. J:
fen! at 1:34: breaking: Hoch's neck: and Hamilton county I' Four military companies are on money, report the llepbora raitrcad: rate WH-4
I Before This year, however; tire officers in- without amendment but a sesofcOoaJrt.
Three times respited, Hoch Insistedto the testimony: of Treasurer duty.. ,
the last that h*> be granted all the Hynicka, several bankers testified to Strong pressure will be brought to' tend keeping a more strict watch than was> adopted -which reserves to members -'?
bear to have the governor sign a death I HON. DAVID 3. HENDERSON ever before and every person who Is of the committee freedom of
deia\ the law conceded. He was under tbe payment of gratuities to various,I ,' Ia. Feb. 23.Former Speaker, David B. HenJerson had a asthou f
for immediate execution. .Dubuque '
warrant .
in who has the tin
sentence to 'be hanged between persons connected with the countytreasurer's I Coleman is under arrest for the change for,the worse this afternoonHts. condition is, now ,critical.ALGWRAS found the city appear- concerning amendments' offered
of thIs class will be call the Senate. I
ance being of-
of o'clock. beIng
ten and two
the hours office such'payments criminal assault and murder of Miss
When ihs last resource of his attor- an expression of appreciation for Margaret Lehr on Monday afternoon.The I ed upon for an explanation and if it By a vote of I 5 to 3. repubiicaas pre {

se 's appeal to the United States Dis-I' the deposit of public funds. crime was a most diabolical one CONFERENCE is not satisfactory; he ,will be Jailed vailiag. Senator TTllnian, democrat was
and it was ,with difficulty that he was given the honor of
trim Court for a stay on alleged vioation and allowed to do some, further explaining reporting the bill.
prevented from falling' a victim to before the recorder the following -This establish) a precedent in thata f
: of the fourteenth amendment toe QUARANTINEREGULATIONS mob
: Federal Constitution was denied,I I vengeance. MAY RESULT IN PEACE morning. republican senate committee has
During the two days of the festM given to a democrat the honorof
!torh abandon hop, ''but insisted
FOUR KILLED ties the force will be increased to a Introducing an
that he be allowed to live Importantmeasure
as near asp considerable extent"by the'addition ota
l I I passed by a republican house
')sibl9:! to two o'clock. number of officers some 'of whom
Taken to the scaffold he walker NEW ORLEANS WILL, IMPOSE RE- BY EXPLOSION Feeling of Depression Over Attitude } will be in citizens dress and consequently and dent.endorsed by.a 'republican presi

e ec\, without a tremor, and when nx>t distinguishable as of
.llied!: for his final 'words said: STRICTIONS BEGINNING By Associated Press I Germany is Gradually Wear- ficers. TOe resolution for reporting the
Bluefields W. Va., Feb. 23.-Joe H-epburn bin-was offered in the senate
forgive them they know '
MARCH 15 Deado foreman of the gang and three I ing Off. committee by Senator Dolliver and as
:01 wait they do. I die an innocent other Italians killed Rockfcythe k .. .......... HALE CENTURY follows
were near -,.. .,j.._< .1'tifr 4'u'-- .r --' -' -. .. Adopted i* .as : ,
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Good ? ; r'a
.an bye--*" im++ explosion cau of giant '
"Resolved: that the Interstate Commerce t
It Is understood that Hoch made I 'By Associated Press. powder today. The men were literally By Associated Press. I French and German delegates during IN THE: CHURCHJUDGE Committee
report favorably
some kind of confession to his spirit- New Orleans, Feb., 23.-The state torn to pieces. .Algeciras. Feb. 23.-The feeling .of formal ,debates on the bank question. I House bill No. 12,978 as it th3
An effort will be made tomorrow to pa-ssea
board of health today adopted quarantine
::a' adviser. Germany's rejectionof
depression over
\ House of Representatives
regulations and decided that restrictions draft the final bank. project recoflcU- it being
After the hanging Hoch's attorneys against Cuba and Central LONGWORTHS MAY the French proposals is gradually ing the two,.countries. AND MRS. JOHN THOMAS understood that members of this com'mltt.ee .

ay that despite the refusal of American ports should become effective wearing oft and a slightly more hope- The positions on the matter of policing have the right to tote as: they
deal Judge( Landis to grant a stay March 15.:; GO TO NEW ORLEANS] ful sentiment is observable among the Morocco are' unchanged 'but the PORTER ENJOYING HOME- choose on amendments or to offer
delegates.:: This Is.largely due to the' improved feeling also extends to that
.n appeal will be perfected: to the 1 COMING OF CHILDREN IN amendments in consideration of the
Amicable shown between the question.
nitcd States Supreme Court. It bill.
i re Judge Ladis's action is reversed: ,- New Orleans, Feb. 23,-It was reported On this motion all the votes were y

.i attempt will be made to have, the The Mobile[ e Register sa)'s: There' here today on the arrival of, Traffic of French Steamship recorded as follows: Yeas, Cullom '
'L 'iff state's attorney and all con- was a special ct'-lt>d oftcialli in the execution to- tine Board of Mobile Bay held in the'' that :Mr. and Mrs. Lonsworth' now] Grand Ridge, Feb. 23.--Judge John Carmack Foster and Newlands 8; 1

:l" indicated for murder. rooms of the board at noon yesterday in Cuba had engaged passage:: on a.j Company Not Interrupted I Thos. Porter and his wife are now' enjoying Nays, Elkins, Aldrich, bean Foraker :
-, at which a resolution fixing tha steamer leaving Havana tomorrow) I a "home coming" from all their and Crane i
History of Johann Hoch Case. date of the close quarantine season: and would arrive here in time to participate -! children,. the occasion being the semi- 5.
(loch is believed to have come'orig- was adopted this being the most hn- :: in the Mardi Gras festivities.) By ,Associated Precs. Their steamer Martinique only touched 'centennUl of their uniting with the Senator Aldrich moved that the
auv from Horrweiler. a small town: I portant buiness transacted, other bus-) It is expected they will attend tha1 I Paris.. Feb. 23.-Officials of the! at Venezuelan ports, landing and church, which occurred on the same I bill be reported toy Chairman KBtims. '
Germany, not far from Bingnon'ie : -, iness being purely of _a routine char Proteus mid, Comus balls Monday and. French Steamship Co. say there is no:[embarking passengers and much 'day in Old Dunlaps Creek Presbyterian but Senators. DoHiver and Tillmau

!' His father Jacob Schmitt: acter. Tuesday'evenings.. interruption of traffic with Venezuela. freight. church, Fayette county, Pennsylvania protected that some friend of the

aid to still reside there. A wife,,' In conformity with the declaration on the 25th day of February, measure should male the report, andBenator
pposed to be the first wife of Hoch,''I of the Marine Hospital Service to put 0, 1856. two and a half years before
Aldrich amended U& motion
also living on the same place. the close quarantine regulations into their marriage. Mrs. Porter's name :
Hoch has always: been reticent re effect on March 15, the quarantine being Phebe Jane Fln1a). each, of providing that the report he made by
;.rrJing his career in this country,,,j Board of Mobile Bay decided to act their, fathers being elders In the Senator n1hJ&a. He Uted the democratic ;
d his, first wife married in the in conformity with the Marine Hospital same church and officiating in induct- membersfurnished a majority :{

:Znit3: States, U believed to have I Service and adopted that date, ing ihem into church fellowship. They of the votes for the till and that It
ten Mrs Martha Steinbrecher tc', March 15, as the date on which their have been active in church work for
'born he was married in 1895. After I j regulations will go into, effect. this entire period and God has signally was proper to have the minority
.:nng with Hoch for four months she I The executive committee was also blessed their union with Him -Father it." This wae taken, by Ben'f'f

tied4, the cause of death being givens i' authorized to formulate rules and regulations and with each othw. Their five chil- ators Dolliver and Clapp as an effort f
> nephritis! In November 1895, he"' for the conduct of the: close I f dren are all livlrfg, happily marriedand to humilate them but they remainedsilent. .>
!tarried Mary Rankin In this city, and I quarantine season and clothed w.th: prosperous and Christians as are "
]k ftt her the day after the wedding beCause -, to act. are all their grandchildren who have >
:: she refused to give money, In of accountability. They After adjournment of the committee.
: come to years ";
M>ri) 1896 Hoch married Martha f ,7/L&(47T4P'2) : attribute.their long and happy married Senator Tillman said: "It was an un '

':yrtzfield, and left her in four months I his arrival in her house. lie was arrested .. life to this early union' with Christ, expected and, in ,one sense an unda- L 1

'tier obtaining from her $600. His' ana later brought to Chicago. .' \ and their children are glad' to meet sired honor and responsiblity thrust -
next wife 13 raid to have been Mary Thirteen Women. with them and Join in thanksgiving : i
-1och. of I Married : : : upon me. As far as I am able I will
Wheeling W. Va. She died : ; ; ; for "a union so divine."
1t Hoch after bating placed in jail here.admitted ; ,
nephritis after thr, months. Hochass endeavor to secure the passage of the

: always denied this marriage, and that he had been married .. y, .. bill through the senate with such i
thirteen times but always dented that '
> ,
Iaral:t that he ,
merely assumed theRoman's i, he had caused the death of any of DATES UNCHANGED amendments as will make it
name In the fall pf 1896 i jhls wives. He was placed on trial t M I at / w more acceptable to the business interests :'t:
married Clara 1rtelof/ Cin
"Innaii!. and she died within; three April 19. and on :May 20 him the jury returned of- 4Sj/r, .. fOR THE REUNION ; of the country and remedy f

Months: of the marriage. In January a verdict finding guilty evils which' have pro 'Ueed such wide-
IN murder and fixing the punishment at ,, P ,, s.
he -
\\8i married to Julia Dose in spread agitation. The proposed bill
On Juna 3rd sentence waspassE'd
HamIlton, \
O sod abandoned her after on him the date of his execution By Associated Press.: has the unanimous support of democrats ;
v taming $700. ( ( L' ) 1I
being set for June 23.! Governor : Columbus, Miss.. Feb. 23.-To correct in the House and I hope that
Served Two Years. Deneen granted him a reprieve until a report from Macon Ga.. that with a few slight amendments it will .
i' In \pril 1898. Hoch was arrested in,Jan. 28. Within one hour of the time the date for the coming reunion of get the same support in the Senate. '
'his itv for selling mortgaged furni set for his execution Hoci was givena T the United Confederate Veterans Tn f
're and served two years In th1MSlof I second respite until Aug. 23.! Before w:; New Orleans had been changed from HOUSE VOTES FOR
H < rrt'ction. InO'embl'r this date arrived, however, the \ April to May, General Stephen D. Lee, RAILROAD INQUIRY j
:? he was married to Mrs. Anna Supreme Court of the state granted asupersedeas U'..,. ,,,1' Commander-in-chief of the Veterans
aehrt* of Chicago, but abandoned I to permit of the coasidar ,. today issued an order to the effect Washington Feb. 23.-Preceded by j-
,.;.ar afler failing to obtain any money ation of his rasa by the court Dec. I : .' that the dates first named. April 25 i, a debate which indlctated no hesitancy '1
:"m her April 8. 1902 he married, 15th the court handed down a decision i I 'I 26 and 27 will stand for the annual but rather relish in taking action 1,
t Sf l.t'1uis.Irs.: Mary Bicker who affirming the verdict in the lower I 1 gathering It was found impracticable against the alleged railroad combination .;

pearly in 1903.! Her relatives have court and fixing thv date of executionfor ; V I I .' ,t to change the dates. the House agreed without opposition i'
'iI that she was poisonea', Feb. 23rd. J today to the Tillman-Glllespie
,1cember 10. 1904 Hoch was mar- Refused to Interfere. t I I resolution, directing the Interstate i
\ I
.ed ''I> Mrs Marie Welcker a widow The last effort made by Hoch to I A ,R.1 I ," NOT GUILTY OfKILLING Commerce Commission to make immediate -
f 'his! city, the woman for whose secure a 'new trial eriVd' on Feb. 21 inquiry and report, regarding
,;ardor h- -as condemnedDecember when Governor Deneen and the f( ; .' the alleged restraints of trade on the
K} the woman became 111. and Jan. 12 Board of IBardon refused to Interfere 1 JNrf. WIFE part of certain railroads In handling ;1.;
'" dl ed, the cause of 'd'ath!! being tin his behalf. It 'was alleged before!! ]! coal and oil. The resolution was not
*r'* >in the phjRician's certificate as! the board by Mrs. Kmelle Fisther-! c' :;J Of in the form In which it passed the ,"
pnt-itis Five days J later Hoch mar-' Hoch that she had been so bounded I. 11 ri ,. Senate and will go back to that body }
,*d Mrs EmiHe Fischer. a sister of by the police that she had committed! j jI By Associated Press for second action t
? ltiel cker-iloch. He obtained l-erjury during the' trial and that Moultrie, Ga.. Feb. 23-Doctors Harris The debate occupied ,an hour and
;:? from her and disappeared. much of of the evidenceshe had given: ( -' Lt and Daniel who conducted the consisted of a succession of speeches :}
an 10 1904 the last Mrs. Hoch re- against Hoch was not true. A phys1-! ;. post mortem examination in the case!in denunciation of the alleged practices ,
melt to the police the disappear-I dan also declared that the death of I l 1 of Mrs E. W Tucker reported theyl* and Indorsement of the proposed ,
' rP of her husband.: Suspicion was Mrs 'Welcker-Hoch, ha' ben caus Jj! fdund .no, poison in the stomach. It' Investigation.Mr. '
use *. elcker-Hoch was exhumed and I'i al. poinln-g. On I'roo'H'! xaminatlon : by her husband to secure her life It as a rebuke to the recent
.i Brains Of arsenic was found In the I before the board howeverie admitted l .. : it.suranceand( under this charge; "puerile report' which bad been blade -:
each) Search was made for Hocn that he had not made a pott'mortemtl: I .. Tucker has been In jail here for ten by certain railroad officials." Mr. {
'd he gas finally discovered in New examination of 't the body of ,., -" ': dayg. He was released today by order Gillispie. Bald If half he had heard 'WU ;

ork Whet, his landlady. Mrs. Kim \Velcker-Hoch. while three 1n.1 of the solicitor generaL The physicians true, the commercial brigandage of today ;
kly; reported that she believed her who bad conducted .such an : 'J. I held to the theory that death put entirely in the shade the holdup f

rdE'r to be Hoch. because he ,proto tion, declared that death. was: 'IE NEW BRAKEiIAN1VXXNDER',IF,THIS BREAK ,WILL, REGULATE THE WHOLE:-TRAIXt,' __, was caused by, a brain affection .; man of frontiern d.UJI.. .. -

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_ OF'THAT VESSEL must be property digested end assimilated to be of any

BURN the life '" value to you.'otherwise It is source of harm Instead .

: Powder and vim of youth The Miami Metropolis of Feb. i0psbllshes of frndt digested. It ferments and decays causing f

BaKing "sour stomach" "heart burnnausea, headache, flatulence
tkefoIIowIng from its Key
inevery. bottle. bad breath and other discomforts.
est bureau:
Hon. J. A. Whidden Tells of Disas Invigorating I .
V. T. Eden captain of the Ill-fated '

Absolutely s schooner Richard K. Fox arrired KodolDyspepsia :

trous Effect of Brnward'sScheme Strengthening.Keeps from Havana Thursday night He reports : .

_ \ /Pure on Lands. the system I that on January 11th. at 2:30 p. Cure '
:ni., the wrecked vessel stranded d in
in trim.
good 'latitude 1844. longitude 8150. For

eleven days and nights the crew did compels proper digestion of the!food and sends the food
Bearing out the conclusion reachedb Adds new life. nutriment through the blood Into all parts of the body.
: OF their utmost to the schooner,
save ,
the npted engineer. Christopher The tissues are thus built up and every organ is re-

TARTAR BAKING POWDER :Maim n. in regard to the final disastrous and that on the morning of the 22d. stored to health and strength and put In perfect condt.

1iJ result of draining the Everglades ALL GOOD flEAL SaL IT I a heavy norther came on, and forces tion.
as proposed by Governor Broward, th0 abandonment as related in further Disease is driven out to stay out-the cause is re-

'? It does not contain an atom of phos- says the Jacksonville Times-Union "B&D".AtIaIItaCarnival i detail in the marine note of probateas moved.
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: phatic acid (which is the product of bones has and come with under every the fact personal stated one observation that. it iI I "The follows vessel 1 now ,lies 'completely PUntersville, Miss.I .

v digested in sulphuric acid of alum of the affiant, "the affidavit of former wrecked on Laguna: Bar, lat: 18.31, have prescribed Kodol quite often in my practice

) or State Senator ..1.V. Whidden t longitude, 91.51., owing* ,to 6 and bars and have found it & very efficient remedy for all

I (which is one-third sulphuric acid) sub- filed in the case of the Southern not, marked on chart probably newly stomach ailments. It has always given the best of

(Southern States Land & Timber Company formed. The captain states ttie! results .. J. T. MAY, M. D.

stances adopted for other baking powders vs. N. B. Broward as governor, CostumesWILL Richard K. Fox arr.ved off Laguna
: et. al is one of the most interestingand Bar, Jan. llth. at 230p. m., steering!!

_ because of their cheapness. has important papers that the bigsuit BE FOR RENT sounding southwest at by 3 west 12 fathoms and one water, man' "The 1906 Kodol Almanac and 200 Year Calendar will be sent free,

Further jet value brought is added forth.to the testimony Fancy Dress for Ladles and Gens. Schooner was dragging 10 feet when receipt of 2 cents in postage by addressing F.. C. DeWitt 6 Co, Chicty

of St'nator'bldden because of In Velvet, Cambric, etc. touched aft on a bank went to tack
but missed stays l lowered down all
the fact that he is a native of Florida: also ;

pt, and thoroughly acquainted with the Comical Masks, Stockings Gloves sail as quickly, as possible. Let the go I ..............." '....'...""" ""' '''''..'''..
the anchor which
port parted
-_ conditions that prevail in the proposed False Moustaches and Hair Goodsat chains. Let go starboard! anchor 1II
drainage district. He Is native ofsouthern
$HH* *****#S'** fa H" M N- Florida and for a forty years which also 'parted. We then took
fire pig irons, each weighing 150
counties.He has resided. in Manatee and DeSoto Mrs. Hordsfrem's Millinery pounds and made them fast with wire II The Cozy Corner j
AMUSEMENTS j rope. then I took the boat and went t
| is now 67. years of age, and his No. 11 E. Intendencia St. ashore for assistance. Got a large .

life has been an eventful one. He boat, one anchor and coil of heavy .
fought in the SemInole War and traversed Manilla The cozy corner is now a familiar sl'gtt,1n many homes. *
with the result that the timber is rope., *
14*##*iM imi! '" Hfl H HH"lI' through all sections of lower seriously injured in '"With five men, wlthr r the chief pilotof Generally some corner is set aside'
Florida. For 22 Jw was a member and some cases i 4
----0....;.. years the port volunteering his assistance -
of the legislature, 'serving 10 I returned to the boat at 10 p.
! "The Rajah of Bhong." tents himself -in the farcical in the House and 12 in the Tis affiant has seen at the head 1
. opera years m. found vessel riding bead to wind For Pretty Odds and Ends in
. of Bee Branch creek tnat \ \ t
a empties
The Rajah of Bhong. a comedy triumph "The mayor of Tokio, here Senate. having been held fast toy the pig Iron i
'It 4 opera' book by W. L. Roberts music next Friday, as his cast contains the Danger 'From Fire. into the Caloosahatchce, near Fort and almost afloatOn: January: 12th

' : by Hal Campbell will be presented at names, of nlna high class comedians Denaud:!, a body of cypress that bad had the vessel- &afloat' but wi 1ito I-
t' the opera house next Monday afternoon for, in the addition to Richard Carle, In his affidavit Senator Whidden: been killed by fire fire having burned strong.wind and current the line parted ;!: Furniture and Furnishings I tIt

?A and Monday night. there Is Fred Frear U1. A. Wallerstedt states that he Is thoroughly familiar out the muck on which the timber from the improvised anchor and

The piece is in two acts and is gorgeously Win. Rock. Sylvain Langlois. Joe with the conditions that prevail in the stood" the schooner drifted) back on the '
; : stage: the first act showing Smith Marba. Edwin Baker, Wm counties included in the drainage district Supports Engineer's Conclusion. bank. is not necessarily expensive to arrange a corner thai .

' .; the gardens of the Rajah's palace In (Platt, an octette of high class and and with the effect that. fire .This affidavit, based solely the "Then to lighten'the vessel I called f will be cozy comfortable and inexpensive, a place t

c the tropical Island of Bhong and the high priced artists seldom, if ever has upon the marsh and saw grass absolute facts that Senator Whidden on for a lighter and removed all of the where you can lounge and, feel at ease with the world 10he i

jy cecond revealing the throne room of seen In any one play; Instead,of one and muck lands of that section. In has seen SiunselT. in ballast, consisting of heavy pig Iron and yourself. :

the palace. The story la logical well P"ima dona. Mr. Carle has two Hor speaking of the, danger from fire, he detail the conclusions supports reached by every Engineer but even then we could not get the We hare just the things to fit up such a corner, and .
: 'Written and offers many unique comedy -. tt"nseMazurette and Aaele: Rowland;. says: boat afloat. i' hope you will talk the matter over with us. King anSp
' E e situations. Instead of'one //comedienne, Mr. Carle "I have seen the saw-grass In the the logical Christopher MaIm throng .W.. gbt another anchor from (Priscus's home furnished from our store.
Mr. under whose has two Emma Janvier Minerva Okeechobee the shoreof following out of the effects:
and along
r Bugene Spofford. swamp line and chain to it
of certain well defined. ashore; tied a
I direction the production is exploited Courtney; instead of on subrette: Lake Okeechobee. In'dry seasonsI : He causes. and moving inch by inch and kept it i
( has selected an especially strong cast Mr. Oarle has five Madge Vincent, have seen the fire burn for six reached the conclusion that the taut possible. On the 14th day the I MARSTON & I
character of the as QUINA
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the list of principals including Mamie Florence Wllbarde. Ethel LloYd Constance weeks. In some places, the holes burned when drained was that chief pilot went ashore and sent me ,
t t Elmore. who will be remembered for Eastman and' Ada Mitchell and out are as much as ten feet deep. it became almost like chief official pilot who stayed with us'
her clever work as the Princess Nella in, theway ,of a chorus novelty MrCarle' peat and that it would naturally barn f *
VI have seen It bumin-.off and on until Tuesday when the third came. 108/110 S, Palafox St. Phone 148. Pcnsacola Fla.
. in The Beauty and the Beast" "Blue Ribbon Chorus of Amer. for many years, ever since the Disson readily. When once on fire, he argued -out end assisted Us materially. W.

i ?2 W. H. Brown the deep voiced basso; ica", comprises; ,die dashing "Peanut Drainage Canals were cut, but the it would be necessary to flood "On the 22d in the morning a very ............,... ............. ...................J
t tA. C. Burgess.; the well-known comedian Ballet," and the dainty -G isha Girls." worst year wasinjS9S. when most of the district ,again in order to extinguish heavy norther came up which drove .-
.. who the it, as otherwise it woald _
; Richard Bartlette. was con- :
the damage was done. I do not remember the vessel about a half mile in and -- -
of Paff Pouf last Jennie tinue to. burn, beneath the
p Lit oeason; surface
have this
SHORT STORIES. to seen muck land which would! have helped her over the
llmore.' Lucy Burgess antf Ralph burn before mayhap, until it reached water..
these canals were cut: and baa'but the 'pumps got choked and

' Moore. The: total,production of distilled spirits It is the affiant's opinion that the saw- out!Senator the truth Whldden's';of this affidavit bears :would not work. When the vessel Masks"for Mardi Gras.
conclusion and
in the United States for the last fiscal grass' marshes of' the Everglades shows where\ such' got .on the bank the second time on
"The Mayor of Tokio." would burn I in the same way If allow. effects have actuJ-}- the 12th she started to leak and to
year was 131259,379 gallons.In ly resulted from the of :We have all the "funny business" appliances for Mardi
The majority of musical attractions ed to become dry.." drying tie keep her afloat the pumps had to be
Lima Peru; there are still many land by means of the Ddsston Drain. norther Gras. Cloth Domino and assorted paper masks cents. ,
suffice with one or two comedians No Benefit to Pine Lands. worked night and day. The "
I account of the age Canals. Wire masks 10 cents. Large bells lOc dozen; small bells
i. for their "fun" department' ,but not buildings which on "\ started Slick a fearful sea that to save dozen.Phone ttiMr
no :with Richard Carle who pre- earthquakes are constructed of canes "In the affiant's opinion, continuesthe Still Other Evidence. our lives we had to leave it in boats. EC [

y set upright and liberally plastered with Okeechobee affidavit would"the lowering 'of Lake \Another affidavit filed in the case is and try to reach the shore. 'Coe's: Book.s-tore.: MrI
clay, then painted over. benefit marshes that of S.H.:Bullock of Oeceola county "Before leaving I was forced to let | th
and prairies that drain toward the 235. 213 South Pafatar Stnt, Pentacolt
Rags for paper making are boiled tinder ,- a practical ,real estate man and go !the anchor and the vessel now his
lake but he believe
does not it would
one Interested in lies on a bank. with four feet of water SoiIi
steam A hundred pounds cattle-raising. In
pressure. benefit the pine lands embraced within -
In! the, hold. If the line and schooner
touching on the results
of the drainage
of rags are mixed with from six to the district.: -'
: during the norther now
of the !tioM out
twelve pounds of carbonate of soda "It would certainly not benefit. the classes of land Everglades which he in finds the' ,in three the blowing i I: expect to save somethingfrom ENGRAVING. ON DIAMONDS. [ ,
and halt as much quicklime. high band-hill rtdge; stretching south the wreck." j | arrJol
Hoarseness or loss of voice to the west of Lake new drainage district the affiant says; 4 th
Istokpoga from "U. T. EDEN.
The crater of Mauna Loa, in the "Tiat the most valuable lands This Olfflemlt Work |s PerformedVery .
immediately relieved. Noth Avon Park In the northwest are
t cornerof
Sandwich Islands the largest volcano the cypress lands. The ttrect'of ArtUtlcally.
ingexcels this simple remedy in the world la twenty miles in diameter the drainage district down south draining the cypress swamps would be Pirating Foley's Honey and Tar. ; Engraving on diamonds can be per j
to the head jof
Venus at
I r. ; Sometimes the stream of lava Creek. ,Fisaeatln'g, disastrous. Experience has proven Fotey A Co., Chicago, originated formed In 'a very effective manner. It |
issuing from It Is fifty miles long. that when is and Tar Throat and Lung ( froth
"In the affiant's opinion the drainage cypress drained the Honey as a is true a few not very artistically engraved -
The first water dams were construct of cypress swamps Is not beneficial muck, which forms the soil of the remedy and on account of the great stone were found in India,

; ed by the beavers, and the engineers to the timber. The cypress tree cypress swamps catches fire and destroys merit and popularity of Fotey's Hon.: and a diamond: on which the portrait

; hare never been able to Improve upon naturally needs ,water and the draia-! the timber. Water is the only ey and Tar many immitations are beware of. of the king of Holland was engravedwas maTO
protection of this fered similar sounding names. -
FOR valuable for )
I the models presented by these indus age of the lands exposes it to fire, timber shown at the Paris exhibition in
against the fires that sweep annually of them. The genuine Foley'sIfoney pet
triousworkers.. Their dams are wide work
1873. But the was Imperfectly
over this section of the country and Tar is in a yellow pack. no
at the bottom, narrow at the top, are On Oher Lands."That age" Ask for it and: refuse any substitute executed ,and the stones looked as If

RECEPTIONS well supported! and seldom give way. Nick's Buffet and ... It Is the best remedy for they bad been deadened rather than
r tae lands
A total of 131,545,143 United States next in value are coughs and colds. W. A. D'AIemberte, polished. Recently however according Lei

coins were struck off at the mint at the timber lands and upon the sand druggist and apothecary. to the Edelcoentall Industrie, the Ma
: hill pine lands drainage can have tinS
I ANDPARTIES Philadelphia during 1905. Other orders Restaurant effects whatever while upon the 'flat no Paris jeweler. Bordinot, has produced

were 10003.313 pieces for the Philip' wood pine tire effect would be ,inap JOBBING HOUSES some very beautiful specimens of engravings WHEN LIFE'S IN THE BALANCE. La

pines '2.724,862: for Panama and 900,. preciable. SHOULD BE REPRESENTED on diamonds. Among other spoCla1st
when med'cal
high priced
000 for Costa Rica. The gold coinage Is the 'only"place' of its "That the next In value aruie, things, be has made a yataghan having ex- 'I
No dollars minted kind in ;Pensacola, In fact Ever " was $5,282,441. were marsh and prairie! lands, the chief val ) a thin diamond for the blade and a
(_ in 1905. it la ; ue of wisichis for grazing The, ef-, should be represented In Sunday's ruby for the handle. Worthy of notice tence-Isn't it poor policy-false cco MB>- man
Journal. The city will be full of' omy-to patronize any drug store
feet of drainage on the prairie land also are a large circular stone on \\1 a-t
your refreshments APridetoPensacola. Is injurious the removal of strangers, and such announcements ply on account of low prices'don't
GERMAN, GLEANINGS. water dry. 1 a pansy with leaves: is cut anda a cea! dova
should be selected > tog out the natural grasses and piak from these firms will impress them knife made of two diamonds. A scrimp remedies to save what vow
; ing the soil bald bare favorably with the energy and enterprise : ,' here or there-we give you
$5o0o.&xorth but
with -About of tar colors ; drain very artistic piece of work Is a bicycle and charge accord COT
merchants orders
an to Besides physician
eye age benefits the marsh lands for i of the local
the United grac having its With "
are sent from Germany two diamonds for wheels deal
( ingly. We 'Want to 1
quality and excel- ing purposes.." I the Sunday Journal is a good number you
; States every year. Larger cities cannot This shows-that of the three classes In which to welconts! out-of-town the spokes: of which are represented by but not unless you are satisfied hit ccthf

lence as well as In some German cities the hands of boast of a better equipped: of land only one, and that least valuable patrons and: extend an invtaton to lines cut in the diamonds and the axles you will get here the best and pure i ...

r special suitability criminals are photographed as well as place. The service Is thebes would be benefitted, while the can. Phone this office and The Jour' by two boles bored through the cen any druggist can supply.HOOTON'S -cat

, to the occasion their heads for the purpose of identifi that can be had. most valuable land would be practically naVe representative will call for copy. ters. Another diamond is cut in the PHARMACV
cation.It ruined. shape of a fish, and a very beautiful

.r itself.Kennedy's. is stated that the Hamburg.American Nick Apostle Propt'rBREAKFASTFOOI brooch consists of a scarabaeus surrounded Prompt Dcliver vij.Ju.
: Th.BIrthplaceof
and North German Lloyd shipping ORGAN FUND, ENTERTAINMENT TIKE IT IN TIME by sapphires and brilliants.The ret

companies will start lines to combat FROM... TO 8 SATURDAY p. M JUST' AS, SCORES OF PENSACOLA most remarkable of all is a line Phone 1100.
Biscuits made of a diamond. The inner
: Japanese shipping: on the Tangtse river. surface -
China. Saturday afternoon from f 3 to 8 PEOPLE HAVE.. Is polished and the outer surface Uob

o'clock there will be an entertainment Waiting doesn't pay. artistically engraved. There are also
Wafers{ and Cakes While 8eTel'allUests were celebrating at the home' of Mrs. R.. Is!. brooches cr
Avery 41 If you neglect the aching back, In the form of files the wings
diamond wedding a couple named tin
East Chase street for the benefit of Urinary troubles, diabetes, surely being represented by thin
Bader at Eonlgswalde Germany, the I:The St.. Katharine's church follow. .. ] to Fry lila
organ diamonds; also diamonds with armorial I Oysters ,
: are an evidence of bride was seized with syncope and 'fund. The,admission will be 15 cents, Doan's Kidney Pills, relieve backache bearings g., shirt studs and sleeve 5,4.-
dropped dead at the table. Within ten and a ;suitable program will be :
ren .
refined taste and i links with the Russian thlV
engraved !
minutes widower also fell ,
the'aged dered
and refreshments served The Cure erery kidney ill. lIl1
good breedingeverywhere. dead. i children\ will come in fancy dress asa Pensacola citizens endorse them. on them. Formerly only flat surfaces Oysters to stew for et.17- |>
the half shell oysters
You Germany, declares the Cologne Ga. IpfteP* :special Mardi Gras' fe ture.' Mrs. M. White;jof West Zarragossa could be polished, but Bordinot has thing except to burn. and *edon't WJT
LOATL voe.vosJ 23reb2t "- that will mak succeeded in polishing concave part, tot
SU.says; ny remedy
eette: will send DO more soldiers to German burn them
need not be ashamed '
as, for instance the body'and
a cure promptly and as thoroughly tall of a
to serve refreshments East Africa, but will shortly adopta Wo 4man'*', Clrclt. -1 as ))oau'a Kidney Pills did in my case fish and the Inner' surface of a ring. irStr

scheme for employing native troops. W. O. ":W. ''c., Oak ,Grove No.4,; !14 'Well worthy of the highest recom- With his tools he".can not only make Kitchenis
to The inability of the German soldier to The Kandy
your mendation.: was troubled with my *
Woodmen circle meets every Thurs.: straight ,lines, but also model. freely
friends at anytime stand a tropical climate has been sufficiently daY'3 p..m.,2d floor Py. ilan Hall, over kidneys for: ,some time. indicated by These tool ehif own invention, andit
proved to the satisfaction of theBerlin ? in back and sides. C ,
severe pain my :
when have Pou's ,stable on Inrendencla, street i stated that only his son is allowed the place to get a first class
? you war office by the recent campaign -r Sometimes ,it was a dull aching and ''tarant
sovereigns cordially Invited.Mrs. da
this make to select against the,Hereros. $ I Visiting .: at',other, times sharp twinges. I also to use them. They are the result ot lunch at any time of the ) Kr
i > Leon- Lansford. Guardian )(rs.: Fine
labor Fish
yean of fine
; f had dliiiness and severe headaches many workmanship Ham and Eggs
from. I Breakfast l's the most Important M. ,' B. Olsen. Clerk. and an annoying dlmculty with the and "vary difficult to handle. Only Steaks Hot Tea. Coffee Choc: Wi
Sick Headache. I
I I meal of, the day so' let kidneys, I happened to read an advertisement within the last 'few years.has It been olate. Milk. King Priscus wu: tfcc

This distressing ailment! results it ba good. f BARRELS: OFPORTLANDCEMENT in the paper about Doan's possible"to bore'hole in diamonds and dine here. I Dot
from a disordered condition of the Ralston's Breakfast ..Food..15c 5,500; Kidney Pills and procured a box at arrange them alternately with pearlson Hot Rolls and Biscuits DouS- del

stomach All that is needed to effecta Hecker's Oat-Meal ,? .. ..10c Sidney Ka .n's drug store No.9 Soutn a string. TIs'work' Is nuta and Coffee every morIU=Sat I tar

Sol Oahn & CO.Th. cure' is a dose or two of ChamberIain's Cracked Wheat:') .. ...,_,.15c, Palafax St. I felt relieved after taking done In diamond now regularly :5; o'clock. Me
Stomach and Liver Tablets. In Cream of Wbeat. .. ,...JSc .. a few doses and before I finished cutting establish IS
ments. Scientific ?
fact the attack may be warded off. or I Grape Nuts.. .. .., ,. .. ..Uc > -" the third bOI was completely cured. ,American. -

Pur.Food Store greaUy lessened in severity by taking Puffed Rice.. ..- .., ....: *.IOc I am now perfectly well and healthy ... Pit
a dose of these Tablets as soon as And many,others. ., We have ;Just receited i. shipment as. far as my kidneys are concerned." Tli. >!.aa. brother".
_______J the,first s mpwms'of an attack direct< from'Antwerp,' by the bark Tot sale by all dealers.. Price 50 "
Stuthvttt Cr tr Ptltlos and UttadtiicU ap- MJle's'too mean for heaven. Kitchen Cafe. -el
: Strathern, of 5,500 barrels of Portland Foster-Milburn Co. Kandy
pears.: Sold by all. druggists: ROSENAU &GERELDS cents. Buffalo, Tes. If they.gave him wings he'd be I lIft
: Cement. Send In your orders a;once New York, sole agents for the United
____ Phones l1T8 miserable because he couldn't sell the
The Fancy Grocers* If you want any of it. States. laroL Phone 999 Ifc
104 S P
Nice. fresh boiled Shrimp at Joe feathers to a miljlnery Itorer: -Atlanta ,
Phone 391; ". ;'Pwwacola. W. R. TAYLOR & DO,, Remember the nameDo&n'8Qndtake' .
t _- Roth. Phone 154. : Phone 328. 209 E. Garden St. other. Constitution

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-., -- THE' PEN SAL- JOURjJAi SATURDAY, ,. MORNING, FEaRUA;; 'V' 24," 1906 :'
pAGe Txrte e A

feAiftAi Jkikft&ft
,. j& :ei $ .f; :i :i :i ii: J.i >> a




f ; are offering some special, "Mardi Gras" fs

Step Taken Towards the Two Extra ,Coaches Were Necessary Values for,Saturday 'arid_ Monday.iCLOTHING -

KING( PRISCUS. Sale i' of the Improvement I Every YesterdayAcCOmodate Afternoon to i : 'i 1

Bonds. Bottleand Passengers. .In. .our celebrated "Sterling Brand" line of Mens; ,Clothing we have some I

VII I extra,good values Our $15.00 Suits for $11.95 ; Our $10.00. Suits tor $8.65.

The first step towards the sale of Tar-Honey wrapper la of printed the genuine the above Dr.Ben's deslt'nIt Pine- :;Many visitors"arrived: in the city 1 All other Suits at greatly reduced prices. 1 We have a big lot of Boys't >

,,,) ,,jni-i suring' ciate Neckwear the beautiful, shown the Pensacola city improvement bonds is rant both that trade-mark the medicine and contained guarantee in the war-bottle yesterday afternoon from ponits north; Suits in Knee Pants, from $1.75 to $7.00 per Suit-at almost your own prices. 5
)11)1 was taken will cure couth, colds and all lun .
yesterday, when President
corner window, neck or'.pensacoia. and when train No.' 1
caD'in on?' suited and beautified any in Green or the Board of Bond trustees!( and throat effectually and chest than troubles any other more remedy.quickly, arrived the platforms were crowded Just received a full line of Boys' Crack-a-Jack Pants--4 to 17:'-at 50c a pair. t -

ftton, where style and beau. authorized the insertion, in The Journal / with and children most _
0 i.-rins.: this morning of an advertisement,: Dr. ,Bell'sPINEYAR1 of. whom men will women remain here for Pensa- We also have a big line-of the celebrated "Duch ss" Trousers $2.00 to $5.00. ,

EVERYBODY calling for bids for the purchase of! cola's big :Mardi Gras: celebration. < i Sold under a guarantee-10 cents a Button ; $1.00 a Rip.

wit t:! appreciate the special val- all or part pf the $300,000 issue.. Bids In order to accommodate the immense l One lot of Men's Shirts, in different colors--good values at 1.00only 79c.

lit' we are offering' in, clothing will be received from February 26 "to crowd that arrived on the trainit &

sho\n in our north window, March 28 at noon and from the many was necessary/: ;they. Louisvilleand :SEE OUR SHOW WINDOW:
bon: windows are draped in enquiries which have been received1' Nashville to .attach two 'extra .
gr, -n. orange and purple, the it is anticipated that there will be a> j I coaches to the train and even then One lot of Shirts, formerly 75c and $1.00---Special price only 50 cents'each.

coming O.fniva)of colors the! Kin, in honor. of the large mlmber of bidders. i $is UIO Bold per by bottle.all druggists Manufactured 25e.. BOe.by and 1 there was hardly standing room.' One lot ,of Shoes on Bargain Counter prices $1.25. $2,00, this sale $100.:

This announcement will be received i THE E. E. SUTHERLAND MEDICINE CO. I L The travel' overall lines :of the'road : : : : : One lot of $2.00 and 2,50 Shoes--this Sale $1.35 : .. : : :.

with pleasure by Pensacolians' who! PADUCAH. KENTUCKY.' has ,been rowing heavier each day, 30.. pairs .of Babies Soft Sole Shoes-50c valiies---this sale 25 cents a pair:

hope to soon see the .public improve-,r I. -_--=-- and especially so"from the north:: Pert .

ments commenced,. for which purpose sons are taking advantage of the, HATS AND CAPS
"TMIDARDfi'oTHnIGM J the bonds are:to be sold. MONEY 'TO LOAN. j cheap excursion rates to not only see

'T'rlIE3Er1 BUILD I Each bid must Tie made on 'a blank The Mercantile Mortgage Company!! Mardi Gras, but also to' visit relatives j' All our $3.00 Hats for 2.45 ; all our 2.50 Hats for 1.95.

: I form furnished by .the City and must will loan you money on your hoijse-) ;; and friends and' it Is 'expected by| e.7 ,$1.50 Caps, 1.19 ; 1.00 Caps, 83 cts; 5Qc Caps, 42 cts. ,r

it be accompanied by a duly certified hold furniture, pianos organs, etc,!' railroad officials that the travel'will ,

. check on one of the' banks of the Cityof without, publicity on easy weekly or increase with each day, and that .by !
Pensacola for two (2)) ,per cent. of monthly payments.:
: For Expert Watch Repairing and Monday the diffent divisions; of- the
the par value of the bonds bid fob MERCANTILE JITGE. .CO.,
: Engraving, 'go to The bid should be in 'a sealed envel- 315% S. Palafox st. road' will bti taxed'to d handle the Wm Johnson & Son :
. i :
ope marked "Bids for Improvement Mardi Gras business.

: J. DAVIS the Jeweler Bonds" and addressed to L. Hilton -
Green, president of the board of bond .
1Z 213 South Palafox Street. trustees. The bid. to be considered MAJII DARRIMAN' Take TO LAXATIVE CURE A COLD BROMO IN ONE Quinine DAY' -tzt (t '3 l{ t3: t3 {t llr' : tttttztt3 it it it'"tt ((.l,it flt'ltit t3"ft t.. }
must be received at the office of the
i The Latest Designs in Watches board of bond trustees in Pensacola,I: Tablets. Druggists refund money Itlt i
Florida, by or before 12 o'clock noon i fails to cure. E. W. GROVE'S signature -
o and J Jewelry. on March 28, 1906; and at the same is on. each ,box. 25c.

.. ----- --- place delivery of the bonds will be OF SAl OPERA: HOUSE'
t made on April 10, It"OG, at 2 o'clock ATION PREPARING fOR WORKMEN FIN :
CURIOSITIES. p. m. The sale of said bonds is sub LAST SERVICE

: ere and Stuffed Alligators ready ject to approval by the city councilof MATINEE AND NIGHT
+ tosmpment.. the city of Pensacola and the rightis OLD TABERNACLECHRISTIAN
. Orange wood canes with alligator reserved to reject any or all bids. .
Feb. 26.,
t teaiisI! I ARMYAnd Monday,
Z Sea Shells! and Shell Jewelry. Shell No Case of Pneumonia on Record Eugene' Spofford Offers the New Musical
and! Wood Novelties, Leather Goods aSpecialty CHURCH WILL HOLD '' Comedy
We do not know of a single instance
where! a cough or cold resulted in

tai Government Opera House St.Building Pensacola, Fla. pneumonia Honey of and consumption Tar had been when taken.Foley's Talented Wife Will Reach NEW BUILDING. CROWDS INALLEYWhile The Rajah of Bhong

It cures coughsandcolds perfectly, so .
i do.;, not.* take chances; with some unknown Here To.day-To Preach in ..' ,," "f Book and Lyrics by W. I* Roberts

R. rC: WHnrE7 preparation which may contain Churches Evangelist ,Spiegel preached last Music by Hal. L. CampbelLA
opiates which Sunday.One
Watchmaker Manufacturing Jewelerand : cause constipation .- k
Graduate Optician. a condition'that retards recovery froma night at the 'o.ld' tabernacle on East Supports are Being Placed Under Making Excavation for Sewer featureful Fountain of Fun.
30 S. Palafox St., Pensacola, Fla. cot.{. < Ask for, Fol y's Honey .and Gregory street which was perhaps the (See the Beautiful Chorus.A .
a Tar and refuse any substitute' offeVed.W of the most prominent Salvation last service, to be held in that building All Balconies for Safetyof. Shovels Struck Object Big Bewildering Scenic Produce
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: .
I ..
. I A D'Alemberte. druggist and I Army workers in the.south. :\laJ.or as the large double parlors of the tion. .
TERSELY TOLD apothecary. J. M. Berriman,. is expected to building recently purchased ''by taleFirst Public. Not Yet,Unearthed. (A. Dazzling Dream of Delight

.*--.-.. : Nice, fresh, boiled. Shrimp* at' Joa reach: the city today from Atlanta.' Christian i. church43' East 30-PEOPLE-30
Roth; Phone 154. > ", 'where he has his headquarters, and Gregory street are being fitted up for Prices: Night 25, 50, 75c:: and '$1.00
Miss Eva Burns, of Gulfport, is expected tonight and tomorrow he will deltever services and it proposed to hold the Preparations 'the safety of the ;Work In the employ of the city,;'who
to reach the city this morning several public and for caring for the Immense have been engaged during the past Matinee 50 and 75 cents.
THE FLORIDAOF sermons. He will be accompanied opening service there Sunday morn
Mrs o spend A. C.Mardi Ellis.Gras with her sister by his talented wife, who is a ing at the"usual hours Sunday'school 1 throngs that will ts in the down town week In making excavations for a
11. district dunng the two days of fun, DeLuna street,
at ten and preaching at sewer on more com
sister of Misses Edna
and Jas-
Don -Gordon' of Andalusia, is in TO-MORROW Lydia Evangelist: 'Spiegel is trying to arrange -I frolic and frivolity of the coming monly known as Cushman's Alley, Bay Excursion
the city for )bra1 Gras the guest of person, who were here some monthsago the'dedication services for week, are going steadily ahead. struck an object with their spades and
his brother, O. !1. Gordon at Hotel and who will be remembered by Sunday; afternoon as several friends Every balcony 1a the city, where which "*
and picks
Southern. Pensacolians on account' of their ex- wish to attend that service who cannot I crowds are to congregate to witness yesterday afternoon by
Mrs Britt :Mathews and daughter. : STATE IS NOW PASSING THROUGHITS cellent musical talent. attend; at.the morning hour. The 1 the parades is 'being' placed in safe caused more than unusual' interest and

Kis Mary Joe Montgomery: )-, will I ITS MOST CRITICAL Major Berriman is .&1ief of the Salvation closing service. of this successful revival condition; not only for the safety of every effort was made up to nearly 5 I Pensacola Temple, No. 14, 1 y
arrive m the city this afternoon to beth I will be held at 7:30' p. m. ,Sunday 1 those who may have the good fortuneto o'clock to bring it to the surface. I
gufsts of :Mr. and :Mrs. R. L. Grant I STAGE. Army' division of the southeastern at which time the largest audi j have places on these balconies, The object which was found about: Rathbone Sisters
0-413 East Cervantes street. states and this is his first visitto encp yet is expected It being in the 1 but also for the protection of those six feet below the surfaceappeared: ,
-- new building. Sunday's ,programme who are on the streets and who would
Pensacola. has
John G. Oliver buyer for Win. It been arrangedto will bo announced,in the morning paper suffer cas-e'o( a collapse. to be a strong wooden or iron box! MONDAY, FEB. 26.
Johnson' & Son, returned yesterday The Jacksonville Times-Union says: have him deliver his first sermon, of that day. Special music is Supports reaching from the ground but notwithstanding the, fact that the
from New York where he Our state and people cannot too soon Steamer Florence Witherbee
i-f 1 firm's spring purchased realize that they are now passing at the Salvation Army hall tonight atl being arranged ;are being placea'under all of the balconies men used their shovels and picks in
and summer stock. through a critical hour. Nothing can 8 o'clock and the public is invited tot and none which are not thus an effort to raise it, their efforts were "Will leave Palafox Wharf at 2 p. m
Strange; as it may seem to you you i iC31 be stationary we do not progresswe be present. He will be assisted To draw the firs out of a burn, heala 2 safeguarded will ba allowed to be oc futile for the box continued' to sinkas
: broaden: your ideas and increase! cut without leaving a scar or to cupied. 'Qvbtgyou: the opportunity of eee- ,
fall into the rear of the procession. Mrs. Berriman who has an. byl the workmen endeavored to raise
fur Knowledge of your city and its There was a time when Florida was cure:: boils sores tetter, eczema and all As usual the balconies will be in ing the beautiful warships and lifesaving
people by answering a few want ads. willing to base, her future on the citrus voice and great musical talent skin and: scalp diseases use DeWitt's J great demand for from these an excellent It.The box. or whatever it may be, station.
sow and then. Tomorrow the major will preach at Witch Hazel Salve. A specific foe 4 4pihs. view can be obtained of the
groves-the cold ended 'that chapter found within about ten feet of:
> ,- and the orange became an incident the Gadsden Street Methodist churchat Get the genuine. No remedy !irrival: of the King on Monday and Government was street and visions of Fare, Adults.. .. .. .. .. .50 cent
W. i McQ en and IL P, Cross, of 11 a. m, and at the Palafox Street causes such speedy relief.. Ask forDsWitt'sthe grand mystic parade Tuesday
th5 1
1 the freeze tlw .. ''
Letohatchee. Ala. only Since great we buried treasure flashed through Children. .. .. .. .. 25 cents
in 8
are the city for Methodist church p. m. genuine. I night.t .
Bard{ GraS: They will divide their are more of awinter resort than we minds of those who were 'at work and
time here ,, were and we have learned in a great caused many of the workmen to
as ?guest of Mr. and Mrs.
s '("aro. Mr. measure to feed ourselves-we are t shovel the dirt with unusual vigor. REFRESHMENTS ON BOARD.
and and Airs. Elwood de
" '-, Rau. most proud that Florida is becoming o The box,,or whatever it might be
tI a producing state. however continued to sink in thequicksand.
Th. many friends of C. It. Johnson But we still lack the manufacturing and finally the street force T : 1'
1a.. *no,ha been confined fo his home forman establishments still live too,much gave, up the job for the day, but not CAKE
''n.n mon.hs, first with an attack of on our raw materials. We should! before they had shoveled a quantityof
:n:8 t'phoirt r\'pr'and later on account ofa have factories for our cane sugar- \ sand into the place where they had andCHICKEN
>roK-n I les, "'f"repeased! to'see him we should give our raw materials been digging.
ntnr 11<''''11 'iovnesi rday afternoon. He their perfected shape before selling Last night several young boys with
' gas "naoi";.. to ,,'alk. however, ana was them to others. shovels who believed that the box SALADSALE
'd. compelled to occupy a rolling chair. But we may easily lose what we contained buried treasure, secured
asIt Even have by too much apathy. The tour shovels and about midnight proceeded
val estate dealer in Pensaroia than 'dig for The ''box. but they
,should! ist now demands more permission to gave
st'J tounda ,, haadvcrisemeut: in to live in a Floriafc hotel. This is > it up as a hopeless task at an early
," .1'; |!paper, and the regular real the day of the automobile and we i I hour. They worked quietly, and one
a/lvr''sera' should strengthen for its -t X"-.r 5 C Ay t.y. watch'to notify the
th are making no provision use r! rtw2S ( t was always on Feb. 24
on Saturday
lid that day that they are now presence. Our graded: streets are others when parties were coming in rat
( .
aIn< u.s the i forr
city will be full of'
V. used. but we did ftot provide them that direction.
''or-, I
owd many of whom may be in-i: for the automobile may easily be
o invest money in Pensacola I i that our necessary regulations will Interfere COCKROACHES.Water i ,
wa> estate.! with them in our city streets \.... Rosenau & Gereldsby

\loIU Register: The Nevada, the where they already interrupt business -< Bugs,. Rats Mice and All Vermin
Hued: States first class monitor ; ; Destroyed by, Stearns. Paste. the
Icb: : carries over 200 men and offi-! ,And yet; we would gladly keep the "
; You dead roaches bythe'
'''T' can sweep up of f the
machine Daughters Confederacy.The
was his1 greater
and give
moored at of tourist
the-south panful!, any morning if the night
the l. could. If thesa are to ;
X. doer freedom-if we
)'esterda' The Electric Rat
I before used ,
rat'l>. a first class torpedo boat ds- bo hindered In our streets there is you. proceeds will go to the Soldiers' tr ,
and Roach Paste.
itrrt"f'r I And if we
which for them elsewhere.
Is anchored in the room
This remarkable roach cxtermimtor Home in Jacksonville
trt'lnI: be used, I
will be roads that can
fall provide '
moored at :9 o'clock
Is the market
the only one on
its I .
tourist and themachlnepMhaps ,
lose the
morning along the L. & N. then we must 4 atrad't 7tlyx; -"
where can 'get your money backif
Biting: hours to the the beach is our you -
I "M greatest
,. are from 10 backward we must It Is also sure death to rats and:
P m, and 3 p. m.. to 5 p. we would not go r ri
'n etiDJ visitors in prtd'e I easiest channel l of movement. Whatare. Sold everywhere or sent express'! KING
the workings of ,
to shlicsSuthern! we to do about it?, --i prepaid on receipt of price. .st@arns'Electric '
: l.x ay Paste Co., Chicago,- IlL Small! ,

Stautel "otel! arrivals: C. A. ----, ----a------.- .1 size, .%5 cents) ; hotel size, ,erght times! .T
la< Green Bar; Geo- D- Mann; the quantity, $1.00.Skirt ; PRISCUS '
Ihm L. nay: J- :, Daral '.a :Mobile! : C. R Liddon MarF-), Skirts are being very much trimmed WILL WEAR SHIRT.
1 p ;
Ieers.Iarianna: Ca.B.I
?.1'an.: + Georgia ; Mt. and in so many different ways COLLAR AND CUFFS
V-r: ; : Kay Smith, Ken-i 3 '
n. E- Moore that no one style can be said to pre
r; Alabama: H. IN i I I
IfcHiaCaRo nco ; J. :\. Gauard. Phi 1 a-i} TaiL There are any number showing LAUNDERED BY
: f I I
I G 1 Iinneand wits. BlrminK-' *f 1 plain graduated or wary lines of applique. '
;s1nr :3 H Cornell Mobile; H. B. : Whether It be bias folds tucks
tCA! :"* Florid; M. J. Goldstein,! and g tVeil from or ribbon hardly seems to matter HO I I The Star Steam.Laundry.
t. H C. Hesgins, New York;; I I ,
there and in'plain evi-
11{ F," long as it U !
'h "
Florida caused by
J, disease
: ; I \llennlngs.
warren, dente. Perpendicular trimmings, too. t
: 1 ordinary coffee."THERE'S are highly thought of, and tunic or j .

double skirts, flounces and an occasion ,
o A a .
5U Phon tli
"jon, Mr! avow ..to alw aye buy Blue jl jltI. ... al hInt of upper drapery and lower 37 ESardtn
Lemon A P.nucol'l FluSs
It and Vanilla.
I' AbsoluteVTJ flounce assert themselves in the newerrnrlehe
tore .. .
: Goes twice ..... \ : '
| as far and gives -, "'. "'. .VIAj; ..ANI). MRS. J. M. BERRIMAN'. ,_ rIA ",:' s, .
"]>io .Rihon Flavor." : -* r

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_, : : if. valuable in .". .
coasuapttoarf -
iht '$entftrf Iwtfnal /TO.'GET- 'AFTE* *''.'
te THE COAL, TRUST *1 : FROM STATE PAPERS -. & ,But it:does' more-It con- State of Florida. In Chancery 'ti
ale Thorsen vs. The QQ
the Inflammation, quiets the fever, unknown heirs
Philadelphia Inquirer. of John
I McCree and
II I 1'1'.i the Cough ,heal*. Ask vonr doctor about It.. against an par.
-I I ties,
Iif ::; I' ---1 W. .o. claiming an interest In the Wet' :
DAILY. WEEKLY. SUNDAY. I A fiapid Wedding., : :=.. .If _- ; 43; feet...of Arpent lot 57. Old Cltr !I
\ 1 I On Sunda"momlng;. UaJU 7tb the .. Pensacola. On Monday the o

: PUBLISHED EVERY: MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY It:may be true 'that the ownershipof 'oorthbound.AJ-C. .I* train carried the .- ._-- -. -- : -- :.. ... of,May,)IA.. D. 1906. the defendants 5th day
coal interests railroads in Pennsylvania 'of Brown are
groom, Mr. c.W; VWdden required to
...BY... was acquired before the present ville,..to BowUng-* Green .where the .' e....i.. .. .,...e.,. against them appear herein.to the This bill J

Constitution. or lhat the roads are beautiful brld ',Miss :Janle Carver, s..e be published order b ,;
once each
THE JOURNAL COMPANY. run under charters Issued before that awaited his arrival. By secret agree- CHEAP COFFEE twelve ((12) consecutive weeks week to 5;
time. It may be true furthermore, ment, both took the south bound at I 4 Pensacola Journal a lu nil
i A fM--W that the.Attorney General of the state that point antf while the train sped on : listed in said Escambla newspaper tab 5;

FRANK L. MAYES, President and General, Manager. cannot proceed upon present Informa- at full speed they werp made man and A POOR .INVESTMENT. I I.MdMillan, Clerk CIrcuit County .!..
tion. Nevertheless there most certainly -wits by.the genial Judge C. :Orr of L. D. Court. J
Ayma.rd, C.
is a way_ to curb roads that Brownvllle,. despite the objection of unless you ndo so with Plusacola, rJ.
MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS., make monopolistic, combinations in that yound 'lafiie's. relatives, who In : pleasure What ?is the Cheap use coffees of drinking have coffee that heavy,muddY taste that'vvfU spoil Feb. 22, 1906. 24fchoaw ?. 5;

restraint of trade. The present legislature blissful ignorance: were enJQying ,a elaborate it may ,be THE DIFFERtivCfc:: ::
meal mattehow i NOTICE TO r
-- thereis any no CREDITORS.
-- --- Sabbath ,
and now
contracted; as to the scopeof morning rest that can'tS'ee
coffee Is BO 'great we
BETWEEN and bad Notice is
GOOD COFFEE hereby given
RATES. 'It to nothing left for them but to forgive to all en*
SUBSCRIPTION legislation possible for con- coffees that are sold. Our t;

.. (M( Ono Month......... ......... 45 alder may not, be equal to the task kiss and make up.-Arcadia News how people buy some' of the alleged standard and popular.coffee here tors legatees and distributees of ...r
One Year.....__....... $5 it another, | ac Cafe De Monde Coffee has been a i i75c. all persons having claims or deaanS
Six Months............... 2 50 One Week................ 10 of coming finding in, but which legislatureis will not Has ,Suffered Severely. I for the past 15 years. Carnival coffee In cans;. 1 Ib. 40,cents, 2 lbs against'the estate of Mrs Fanny Stf .,;

4 Three Months.....-...... 1 %5 Weekly Edition, per )-ear..$1 00 be restricted.one Its year.field) will be bound-i The Mobile Register has suffered ," 3 lbs. J100. is,of exceptional flavor and wants.,aroma, We-other guarantee* like you it i livant, deceased, to present sue r
coffee ;
and will too. Phone us your: claims demands
you and to the
the 'past
less. Much will be expected of it. f severely oy death during and "it's fine.". nnders'ga-! 1
t Penaacola Newspaper From Which a Detailed 'But :while Pennsylvania) may not eight months. .First It was Col. J. will te pleased. King Priscus drinks it says ed within two years from this da's. 5;
; The Only be able just yet to get at the root of L. Rapier the chlei; then Joseph i Popular :February 24, A. D. 190 Cenene\e
.: Circulation Statement Can Be Secured. the evil of coal monopoly there is Weatherly, associate editor, 'Went to '14WG, ,.rdcn LAZ JACOB'Y'The S 'Beard Fanny W. Sullivant.}! M L
still the 'congress of tile United States his reward; Alfred Torrans followed : Phone 183 I Sullivant' 'executors. 2 Ueboawh 5;

which is. The Interstate,Commerce to the other shore after forty: yearsof ................ ..................A.a-a.........................................................&..-.&........&........"...-.-.-.- .- .- .- .-..- .- *- .- e- ee-.- .- eee. a- *- 4- *- I 5
Off ices.10B and 110 East I PapersonSat.onTraIna: I Committee has powers specially given faithful serviceaaof Thursday NOTICE OF SALE.

j Government Phone 38. and at all News Stands. it. The Senate resolution dIstinct. John Brewer Foray Ur, who, was commercial Sealed _bids will be received by the 5
ly commands the Commission to makea editorjfor fifteen years, and I Board of Bond Trustees of the Cb: 5
thorough investigation cf the relations -with the Register in various capacities :aaeeaaaaaaeaaeaaaaaaaaaant of Pensacola. (Florida, from Febraan r;
PE.\'S.A.COIJA. FLORIDA. SATURDAY: MORNING FEBRUARY: 24: 1906 between the railroads and the the greater part of his lifetime,' 26, 1906 until March 28, 1906. at J 3

mines, and the law is very plain! on died.' Jacksonville: Metropolis.. 1 1I o'clock noon, for the purchase ofj[
--- -, the subject if discriminations and the i a CI Screens Screens or any part of Three Hundred Ths. 5
The Panama Canal 1 return of his son, and an Omaha jury restraint of trade I I I A Champion Story.' ,' Screens i i11lgglns'O sand Dollars 300,000)) 'ImpriunrentBonds ,

______ hUs Just decided that Pat was;entitled The Northern Securities case has 1 I A great delicacy In ,Florida, according of the.City -of) Pensa b,
Situation. to the money.. Thus endetft the chap--not been forgotten. There was law to the Cleveland'Leader, is the'tip Florida," being of the denominator t;

the Panama canal ter. that reached that matter, :The Beef of an aihgatorfc tall. It tastes like J patented all Metal Screens for windows N $1,000 each. dated January 1, 13maturng \ r
I A new view of Trust Is now suffering on the grill of frog's legs though a bit more gamey. w doors etc. Now is the time to put them In, Let m January 1, 1936. subject 4
'proposition Is advanced by the Memphis careful inquiry. If there Is law to Alligator tails are best Just after the the right of the City to redeem any r 5;
Commercial-Appeal which while reach the Northern Securities and the rice bird season. The big alligatorsfloat Iii us make you a price before summer. They, are 18 N all of said bonds at any time ftwenty(20)years ;;

supporting the scheme itself for tlw ISLE OF PINES TREATY tf Beef Trust, there is certainly no reason in the water 'WIth only their flock eyes of mesh copper bronze and absolutely rust proof. ,i m ) from the date thereat r

is.'committed A PIECE, OF JUGGLERY why the Coal Trust ,should be showing."When they-see a par and accrued interest, and bet
this country N
that dive Jto m
reason these Juicy little' birds: they
t& .- exempt. ing interest at the rate of 42! pj
:to its construction advances the argument Washington Post. Monopoly must yield need to secure scoops up some '
that 'We do not supervision or as Senator Lodge m nually The principal and interest
the with just
float to surface again
the trade of the /west coast ot SoothAmerica. 'IH it- -:; truly says, government ownership will Thb birds are payable in gold at tiw office'oftbt "
the rich
.. The Commercial-Appeal, be the next step. The ,railroads of think it is an soil island.showing.They light uponIt. f'i A1 E. Garden St. Phone 345. ftaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaeS United States Mortgage and Trust
An Impartial perusal of the official the European continent are very Company New York.
there ,
however falls to take into consideration When the whole family is
documents relating to. the transfer of largely public property. England has the big reptil turns sudenlyl Just; as -The legality of the bonds will JJe approved -
I the vest amount of: trade that the Isle of Pines from Spain to tha not arrived at that point as yet but the birds scramble off he opens his by Messrs. Dillon & Hu!>bart r

_ would! b, secured from the Orient United States, as contained in the majority her cities are nearly all taking possession -mouth once. They are gone.: The ._ of New York, whose opinion as to tha r,
when the canal is finished or. for and minority reports of the senate of public utilities including birds are neat little feeders, and the legality or a duplicate thereof, will ;
that matter any of the many argument committee on foreign relations on the supply 'Of water gas and electric- alligator is an epicure at this time oJ be delivered to the purchaser or, it ;
that hare been advanced in itsavor the Isle of Pines treaty leaves the ity and ,the street railways. The the year. The rice biro? diet makes .No,5so3./ more than one purchaser to each ot
: conviction that the treaty is the pro- London County Council is determinedto the tip of his tall of which he is most C.W.UMAR. PfMldent JOHN PFEIFFER.'A.&IcU nt Cuhlw.H. the purchasers. The bonds wlll te:
. save the :single one of south posed. consummation of a ,fine pieceof gain control of the surface lines, vain tender,.and sweet.-ApalachlcolaTimas .E. CLARK.Ykt.pr..ld..t: end Cuh r. J.W.ANDREWS Assistant Cashier. engraved under the supervision of
American traae. The Commercial-Ap jugglery whose only apparent object -: some of which are In Its ,hands. .. and certified as to genuineness by the '=

; .!' peal has tha following to say upon the Is to smooth over a blunder made We have not gone Into public own United States Mortgage and Trust .;
; subject: by General Leonard Wood. ership of street railways and steam Expert in Killing It. THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK Company of New York. f
In the treaty of Paris, Spain ceded roads in this country as yet but weshall 5;
_ ; The (Panama canal is still in the FOE the seventeenth timo the venerable Each bid must be made on a blank
L midst of controversy, and already it to thd United States "the Island of follow Europe as surely as the pure food bill has made its OF PCNSACOLA FLA. form furnished by the City and must r,
Is a rather fertile source of scandal. Porto Rico and other islands now under day comes when It Is found ImpoSsible bow before Congress. But with seventeen be accompanied by a duly certified r
;We must confess that our interest in I Spanish sovereignty In the West for a successful official superv i- j ears' -practic- the Senate has DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES. check! on one of the banks of the City ,

it '-considerably lessened since we I Indies. It Is now contended that the sion'of interstate corporations to be become expert in killing it.-St.- Augustine CAPITAL STOCK, $200,OOO. SURPLUS, $60,009. of Pensacola for two (2)) per cent of r,
, have
t. ned it as badly as we once thoughtwe islands," but was considered a part . DIRECTORS. The bid; should be In a sealed envelope 1--
t '! ) did. There is at least $100,000,000 of Cuba. The United States however marked "Bids for Imporemeaf 5

) I morth of trade on the east coast of did not so consider the Isle of Henry U Covlngton, Frank Rellly. F. E. Brawner.J. Bonds" and addressed to I* Hilton:! 5=
? South America that we ought to get Pines during or after the war, accordIng The Sunny Side Life M- Pfelffer, W. S. Rosasco, CW. Lamar Green President of the Board of Bond
I :but don't. We dont need the canalto to the correspondence of various oj? Bryan Dunwody, T. F. McGourln, J. R. Saunders, Trustees. The bid,- to be considered. 5;

- get it. We do not'see that it would officials. A military government was of! -A. M. AverY.- W. ".Milton, 0. E. "Maura, must, be received at the office of the
,ie worth while to dig it for the trade established in the Isle or Pines, administered W. L. Cawthon, Dr. W. J. Hannah McKenzie Oerllng.I Board of Bond Trustees in Pensacola, 5;
1 of the insignificant countries on the 'by Governor General Wood ,. Alex I McGouIn, C. M. Covlogton, M. E. Clark. Florida, by or before 12 clock noon,

I /west coast. &s our 'western ports already Assistant Secretary of War leiklej on March 28, 1906; and at the same 5
' 4 have access to them. It is, of n made the official statement that Accounts Banks, Individuals,Corporatlo"s..nd Firms Solicited. plate delivery of the bonds will be r;

-j course possible that in the course the Isle of. Pines belonged to the Unit- Four.per cent Interest Paid on. Tlm. D.p c>>sit.. made on, April 10,' 1906 at 2 o'clo-S
I of time, a considerable trade will be ed States.S The first shadow of p. m. The sale ot said bonds is sub- 5
developed through the canal. but it doubt upon the. title of the United ject to approval by the City Council
; will be many years after the com States to the Isle of Pines was cast of the City of Pensacola and the right
t pletkm of the canal before it ,will pay. by Senator Platt, of Connecticut, in Iat' : Is-reservedto rejedt-anyoraI1>rds.
I "We are, however, committeed to the his famous amendment, when he used For-further particulars address the
canal, and must make the best of it. the words: "That the Isle of Pines United States Mortgage and Trust 1 1
_ The condition of affairs on the Isth- shall,be omitted from the proposed Company or tha undersigned. '
; n1us1notsobadanItrn1ghtteThesanitation constitutional boundaries ,of Cuba the trdA \ EVERYONE SHOULD HAVE A L. HILTON_GREEN,
hag been satfactory. title to :. Iirr1a
unexpectedly thereto being left future adjustment I Chairman Board of Bond Trustee
The death rate has been, by treaty." This was not, Pensscola, Florida
less than among the workers on the, of course a concession that the island
Chicago drainage canaL The resignation belonged to Cuba. but was quite the CHECKING ACCOUNT.
; of Mr. Wallace as chief engineer reverse; but upon It has been erected
_ seems to have opened the eyes of the the fragile plan for the disposal of REWARD B
government, and .Mr. Stevens has had the isle for a ."consideration" that

a much better swing. Possibly, too. has all the appearances of a make- 5 It is convenient as well as practicable to
he la better for
a the of
_ man kind shift and an after-thougiht :Mr. Root
work required at Panama. We believe bills by check thus
I as secretary of war, directed Governor ,pay your avoidingthe
that the health problem and Wood to advise the Incoming Cubangovernment risk of
carrying money, or leavingitat
the labor problem have been practicalJy ...::: '",'
that "the present government "She II going "to him to reform
home where it be stolen.
The engineering difficulties might
I of the Isle of Pines will continueas him." : ,
however, remain. a' de facto government, pending JDt. "Why don't she reterro him flrstr, 1:
These are as serious as ever. In tha settlement 6f the title," etc. The "Oh he'd have too much. cense... to get 1 We solicit your account, be it large or 1fi
the path of successful achievement married then."
(. nt Practice What H breached.
lies! the Bohlo dam. Can it be built? "present government" that time "My motto 13 The' truth the wholetroth small and guarantee prompt, efficient _
To build it foundation was of course the United States, acting and nothing but the truth. :
k a must be dis and courteous treatment to 'all.
covered and this has not yet been through its military officers in "Tea: but you'd ratber hay"somebody f;
Cuba. Instead of elM t.u it."
obeying these In-
found. We believe that American engineering 1 Four cent interest
structions. Governor General Wood per depositorsin
will solve this problem If It '
,-* 1* solvable; but the condition remains transferred the Isle of Pines to Cuba.: ( fr our savings department., '. '
2 to-be considered.. The blunder was not noticed at the .
The situation at Panama is much time, and not until American residentsof
the Isle of hhEAzcz1 TtnaBov .
better than we expected, but the Pines made complaint ;
chances are that twenty years will ,be did the matter demand the attentionof THE POLICE 13.
required to build the canal thatit the United States. Then a treatywas
ana1 &
: '
will cost 9200.000,000. negotiated "for the adjustment .30 EAT THAT HLS WARRANT for the arrest of thIs TO- t

_ of title to the Isle of Pines.. This E'AlrTi HAVE roCL.EA5E3 FIRST NATIONAL BANKOF man. She is about 26 years cf age, t

The following tribute is paid by treaty was signed March'%, 1904. The : weighs 135 pounds thick, dark hair (
I consideration to the United States for"rellnqulslhing" high' forehead brown eYed five fret
The Tampa Tribune to the of thoLtAPaw- C'C
memory ttetl
all "claim of title" PENSACOLA. FLA. high. wears No. .6 shoes, upper
John B. stetson who died Sunday last was declared to be "the grants of coal- I gold filled and one crowned tooth.e
at DeLand Florida: ing 'and naval stations in the Islandof W. H.KSOWLM.Pres W.K.HTM.Ja..V.-Free. and Cashier- i has long fingers with round naIts.I -
T.W. BREST and W N.ROBERTA Awt Chien.
Th0 death of John B. Stetson who Cuba heretofore made." Scrutiny DIUCTOBS-J' C. Brent. W. A. Bloont.V.. H. Knowlea, W. K. Hjw. Jr, Plump of figure and fairly pretty. W
passed away Sunday at DeLand. almost of the "grants" In question shows D.G.Brenl. maiden name was Thompson ,'!1lCIl
within sight of the great university them to be In the form of a lease, 0 II. a. : name she has possIbly assume:!.

which he gave to the youth of signed July.2,1903, Jn which the Unit 1r1 1AD: Wire sheriff at DeFuniak Spring
(Florida, calls for special mourning on ed states obtains Guantanamo and :::. Florida; $50.00 reward for Uw chtl&Fisher

the part of the ,people of this state. Bahia Honda In consideration of$2,000 TftE. Monroe Douglas- This woman
Mr. Stetson was a self.made man. gold per annum. This lease which LTEftICLEPtE Florence Wood kidnapped hIm from
lie began lite as a hatter on a small which Is really a treaty was signet 'THILT0N GlUtEN.PUIIDAn: "1'. E. WBLLE5 Vica-rusrrs. Freeport r.a. on the night of September
ecalc.' By untiring industry and ener by :Minister Squires and the ,acting Ji.M.Bv nrULoC BIU. ariasn i40w0.W.Cs asia 6th. 1905. The child is 6 years oil
::Y. he built up a mammoth establish secretary of' state for Cuba Jose M National fair skin, light hair, has upper fore-
toient. devoted to the manufacutre of Montes, and was approved by the Hatarally. Citizens Bank!, teeth rotted off: very plump, weight
I teien's stylish heatfwear employing !president October 2, 1903. It containsno Biffs-How did the Baby Show tan ovt. of Pent*col*.Florid about 50 pounds; very bright eWM
BiacaOb.. It was a hawilag e.
_ C.500 men.Seeking. "hint or suggestion of any con sid. J' ireatr. Expenses paid both ways deliveriw
a field for the expenditure eraUon other than the $2,000 gold <>- eoW Wright, Morrl Bear, '1'. ]t. Wen. child to DeFunlak Springs. Fla., In Jditlon 1t
per "
o! a portion of his fortune In good annum. ,. .lx 1C.RoWn on. I*Htltoa Oreea. to the |25 reward.H. .
works for his fellow-man, he selected A UENER.M. B\NK1NQ BUSINESS TRANSACTED' A. OOUGL. 9.
DeLand. in this sunny Land of Flowers -
I the chn.
as the seat of a great university "WE APPREHEND." Father r
where th9 youth of this state and of DeFuniak 5prins. f
the south' might obtain collegiate With knowing looks'en training at small expense. He starts to probe affairs of state. A AtY J. S. REES President.. E. W. MBNBFEH. Cashier. i
Stetson University stands With pencil R. Is!. Vice-President. iJ
as a mono poised and "specs" on &? L .. CART. and
cment to Its big-hearted founder. noa Pmict Sf. Andrews
J>,O MAN COULD HAVE BUILDED He 'Writes* these' words down as he i'N THE: PEOPLE'S BANK OF PENSACOLA. i

A BETTER ONE. -goes:; Directors: -L. J. Reeves, J. 8. Reese W. OeC. Kessler,, R. M. Gary, lulf Steamship Co.

"We _apprehend." W. A. D'Alemberte, T. A. Jennings, J. J.,Hooton. TARPON t

ence now in sfSslon..atAI-eclras. seem No matter what the topic Is Fr TOUR ACCOUNT IS RESPBCTFUUA! SOUCITBD. w. G. BARROW, Mastt.TlliT'CIsL83 p
to indicate that both France and Germany On which La would disclose wisDom ;, ... F2sutLLTR.E1GHT : o'iD in a most convincing way, SJmVICB (
are spoiling for a ght. He must I
: use two words, come what -S.t..aPENSACOLA. (

: A great many of the :wealthy men may"We MOBILE. APALACHl- C f
a. prehencL"'bat
I; of this country are bald. It riches P". ...., MILLVILLE. t
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and bald heads go together our cranlml would the rural press' become : And .n points l on 8t. /ndrevrs W
covering is reaoy for the sacrifice.Roosevelt's If in the language'there weren't come Wholesale and S.tU Dealer ia \" Carraballa and APZL5GhIOILSCHEDULE ,
Such combination that will show ,

Big Stick isn't a shadow The things"We the editor doth know*. -ii 'SteanDomestiAnthracite and Blacksmith C OA'L Leave Pecucola Sunday 1.29: '. II It
apprehendrHIs I for Mobile Al&>
along side of the one .wielded by 'Office No. 43 South Palafoz street. Telephone'$3. IlL]Le&Y'PenncoJa.. Tuesday .:,0 *-

:, Uncle Joe Cannon. 'prestige would, in sooth, be less S I Yard corner Tarragona and Gonzalez streets.: Phones t Ad 372 IlL, tor St. Andrews.; MlUville.Carraballa AP"IcoI& ,
He could not'on advance a guess Ia and Intersx1ed" IC
Somebody ahould investigate Uncle If there were no words just like \ A. ............. .
- these ..'cker-Tbe Gear H jatrtotle. He aJ.tra .. P;:;-additional Information apply *J 1
: Ross Sage. To )% seems to k taUtlf. a.Boartaa. bath. K1A WiUis.4msZ to Mr. tte ; J. R. SATJNDKRS.JL .
use- whenever doth "please."we CUnker-HowT, '. 4.';''., ,> the cenUexnaa net to Florida last fsSI To0't Fail to Procure"a ,Copy of:The Pr deA..
r apprehend. BUnker-He's la hot water most of the drop him a line occasionally you leant, B. cOBB
Pat Crowe admitted that he secured -Paul Cook, In Birmingham Don.t be ..u.coMar. an. Frt-and Pass.Peaiacola. ute .J
Age- u--. aaI- Win h*keep.h* throne Ahl Mia* Cutting- *4 I
-for'tht Herald .... .. 1. -* aim aoaM 4ar.: .: to-mortow. : IlL
$ 5QO0 from pa.ckerda.h7 wc ". s a taa rubi You may. land _Journal .

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,PEN5ACQLA!: 40URN' ., 8ATuRI?' /, MORNING, .FEBRUARY. 24, 1906
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::'(can IsJl n9.-. :, Beginning Monday Morning, February 26, at 8 o'clock sharp. E Ei

try 3w Itr veL.he riooo, Boxes at 25c. 1,000, Boxes at 5Qc 1,000, Boxes at $$1,00Mo .

all 1 12! Box contains any article of less Value than the price quoted and many of them of much greater value.



:tr 925CENT

per BOXES. : 50-CENT BOXES. $1.00 BOXES. :


the eat ,,. 1,000 Boxes, each containing an article worth from 25 1,000 Boxes, each containing an article worth from'50 ', 1,000 Boxes, each containing an article worth from SLOO :

ust cents to SLOOi ,'. .:' :. cents to $2,00 to $10,00 !9


aril ap- Special Gift. >. : 3_;: Special Gift. t .. Special Gift. ,

will the The purchaser of the box containing the lucky number The purchaser of the box containing the lucky. number The purchaser of the box containing the' lucky number ::9

. it will receive free his choice of one of the following will receive free his choice of one of the following t$5O.OO : .', will receive free his choice of one of the following articles

worth 5125 each
of r: 830.00 CLOCK. TEA SET. BROOCH. Sa
:theust $30.00 LAMP. .,, $5O.OO DIAMOND LOCKET. DIAMOND RING. ,
? $30.00 EAR RINGS. :' DIAMOND RING. '
: $50.00
iuytad:ink $$30.00 KING. .11'\ $50.00 DIAMOND BROOCH DIAMOND LOCKET.

Hty i "
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lent fO"vel!l., No such sale as this has ever been offered in Pensacola before, and if you ,get one of these 3000., packages you will have to come early. They won't J

lton last more than an hour' or two. .
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're&1.the ola.. The old Stephens Jewelry Stand,. 120 South Palafox Street. 1't.: O. lVLc1VLII..I..A.. i9

,ime)On. Hero Is a chanco for MardI Gras visitors to buy something good to carry away with them. We also have other special bargains in Jewelry whichare tt

.be not contained In the packages. '

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the No? Well you ought to break the ice 1IU'ib,:) ...g ;- MOHAMMED EL TORRES. + ...... .....+.+..........*........+.........+..:
I and get the, habit-r-there's one con -
tinuous,''t uninterrupted round of fun Venerable.Head of Morocco'. MUilonto : i
the Alceelraa Conference. MARION CURRY & CO.
ees, from start to finish-from Monday i
:a.. PRISCUS BEING DIS.PLAYED1Business morning till Tuesday midnight when EEI! Th*' most striking figure at the conference .
in Algedras, Spain, over Morocco .
- .ever the ,feast of Fat Tuesday is celebrated '
I : ', v- affairs is tho head of the Morocco : 16, 18,
Houses of the City are Now in Gala Attire in Honor of I You didn't know that the words -, 'c/or J +eliOA" delegation El Torres., He the is venerable.the confidant Mohammed of the i PENSACOLA, FLORIDA. i

Mardi Gras meant "Fat Tuesday?"* young and picturesque ruler of Moroc-
King ,Priscus, Who Will Arrive in Pensacola Well, they.do, and the festival of Mar "THE MOST IN THE BEAUTIFUL WORlD MAOAZINBJ co. Mulai Abdul.Aziz,'and his ministerof WHOLESALE i i'i
foreign affairs. There was a
Next Monday at Noon. di Gras, Fat Tuesday' is the grand. Ask your newsdealer for this superb scene when the Moorish envoys spec.tacplar '
climax of the season of mirth and magazine. If he does not handle debarked at from the
Algedras Span
I feasting immediately preceding: the send us his name and address withyour ish cruiser:' Rio del Plata. The party 'i| Hay Grain and Feed Stuffs iIi {
Tuesday the 26th and: 27th instant and address and ice. for
name sample
DECORATIONS ARE MORE EXTENSIVE. retirement from the town and vanities consisted of sixty-seven persons, all ,
are in evidence everywhere one turnsin Regular price 25c Mention
of the world during the forty days richly garbed in flowing white; robes
THAN HAVE EVER BEFORE Pensacola today. In fact it would this paper.
in West Florida. Any Quantity. t
of Lent Burr Publishing Company Only Exclusive Dealers
that from end to end from Ii
seem ; cen-I I
BEEN KNOWN, AND THERE ARE ter to circumferencePensacola; a There are only three or four cities 4 West 224 kneed N.w York City Experienced Grader. Prices Right Grades Perfect. t

'STILL MANY PLACES THAT: bank of Bunting-purple, yellow and in the United, States which celebrate : Trial Order Solicited. Write for Prices. t
:green, blended with the. national em: Mardi Gras as it Is observed in the 208. P. O. Box661. :
I ETCHING Telephone
WILL CARRY THE CARNIVAL blem. And the carnival spirit la pres.: Latin countres of Europe, South and ENGLISH 2
COLORS. ent too-that ,spirit of good will and Central America Mexico and Cuba. I a :...>....+...............+...+++.++NN1.+...+.......+
good cheer, that spirit which puts Pensacola is one of these cities and The corporation of Nottingham
into wens minds and hearts the bub--' this year it is confidently believed decided to spend !10,000 in, restoring I
bling merriment which breeds a that the celebration here will eclipsein Nottingham castle. Fire Fire Fire!
The royal colors of King Priscus; license to address every, fellow lie beauty grandeur,magnificence, tfco. Sir Henry Irving's birthplace at ss7i t'1'
weage, the merry monarch who reins; meets on the street with, the familiar effects of every,other city in the country Keiaton, Mandeville, which was put up
throughout the rebels of the :Mardi "Hello! Bill" salutation. (Did you ever whici undertakes this ante- auction in London, was withdrawnat
lair. Gras Carrhal of next Monday and attend a Mardi Gras celebration t.. Lenten festival. The Fire SaleBegins
feet .... .M? S Big :
eeth An English police court comes to the
She I front with an antiseptic New Testament
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ails. for oath taking purposes. The o
Her 1 covers are guaranteed to be death to I S f$ TfgTM* 3Ni2UOHAUUXD at 9 o'clock.All
hiciiMid. '
Thursday .
germs: .;: 'tr ,

!ings,. Say "Yes' : the There county are of thirteen London,King three:streets of whichare in + ; : ; 'J Goods Will Be Sold Regardless of Cost. '

anon in the city of Westminster. The The stock consists of'Clothing, Shoes, Hats Dry ,
from' name of one of them is to be alteredto '
Gents"Fumishings Ladies' Furnishings, etc.
Goods ,
)lem- Will'Get. Kingsley street. ,
To This Offer and See the XIi TOHBES. R
4 old. After years of earnest considerationthe Gr: : EEHNTBX: : .... .-r -
fore- London city council baa decided to and wearing, red and white turbans. E:. ..
light Write : hadbeen Also most forms of the fonoeingtKidney '*: establish, "experimentally" two ambulance The: Spanish state coaches, which wen 126 South Tarragona Street.
'hild. us if you are to Liquo- been made with it. Its power *
ready try
dif- Trouble Liver Tronbta stations which will be equippedwith brought from Seville,-received Mohammed
Tins tone. Let us buy the first bottle for you proved,again and again, m the most Stomach Trouble Women s Piadaeq Torres and his suit and took -
a.1. Let the product itself the it ficult diseases. Then we offered to lever Inflammation or catarrh-Impure or pot* motor ambulances.The
11 tan prove good germ bottle free in disease coned blood-usually indicate a germ attack. for the them'to a villa, The aged foreign mInIster tf
do. supply the first every In nervous: debility Ljqoozone acts a*A TitaUiar original proclamation
Youwho are waiting don't know what that required it. And over one accomplishing remarkable result! capture of Prince Charles Edward (the spends much of his time while atAlgeclras
:-.m miss There are plenty to tell you million dollars have been spent to an- 50c. Bottle Free.If young pretender), dated Whitehall, 'in prayer to Allah beseech-
U. u you would ask; for millions have al- nounce and fulfill this offer. Aug. 1, 1T45 has recently been discovered ing him to protect the faithful and prevent -
Fix teady used it. Some use it to get well; The result ,is that '11,000.000 bottles you need Liquozone,and have neveitried and purchased by the British mu- Atorocco, the only'remaining Independent .. BUGCIES AND WAGONS Y
brae to keep well. Some to cure germ have been used mostly in the pMt two it,please send us this coupon. We Mussulman kingdom of Africa,
diseases; some as a tonic. You will use \ears. Today: thert"are countless cured will then mail you an order on a local seum. under the of those "
from falling power
It as they do, when you learn what the ones, scattered everywhere, to tell what druggist for a full-size bottle, and will CULINARY CUE '
the doctrines of Mo
who do not accept
product' the druggist ourselves for it. This I
and does. And will then regret Liquozone has done. pay
that you delayed so you long. But so many others need: it that this is our free gift, made to convince you; Dishes which are to be broken need I hammed. In respect to the purpose of ...TO BE... p .
offer is published'still. In late years,science to let the product itself show you whatit the conference he Is quoted as asking
I What has traced scores ot diseases to germ can do. In justice to yO\1nelf.'p1wo an extra' amount of sweetening. : Ironically..."Why do,they'not call a conference ] t
"V Liquozone Is. attacks Old remedies do not apply to accept it today, for it places you under 'In making sponge cake. If you desire to restore order to Russia r
The virtues of derived them. We wish to show those lick ones no obligations whatever. l' It to be yellow, use cold water. Hot SOLD AT COST
Liquozone are can do. costs 50c. and SI. Old Preach Gallantry
My> from gases. The formula is sent toearh -at our cost-what Liquorone Liquoxone i water makes It much whiter. That'
AND user.' The process of making re- Macaroni should be kept in an air People cay that old French gallantryis
pirei large apparatus and from 8 to 14 Where It Applies. CUT OUT THIS COUPON tight receptacle and plunged into boll- rapidly becoming thin of the
w d:>ya' time. It b directed by chemists the diseases in which Liquo- mi U out and mall it to Tae Ltqoozen Com- I lug salted, water when cooked.Aspoontnl"of past: 'Those who are prone ft forget We have a few fine buggies and wagons in E
CHI- These
the are '
highest class. The object is to eo ,4S -tt4 Wataah Are., : vinegar added thus ouT national traditions should
In theseit pmy Chicago. : : strong
'N17- nand zone has been most employed. stock which are offering for sale at cost
combine the aatocarryinto take to heart this little lesson from the we E'
: In to'
the kettle'of hot fat will prevent
the its widest reputation.
system a powerful tonic-germkide. has earned first atydJeas.U.....N.N.N..N..i.ra.y.. Hungarian Jokai: and them and prices, dropus
the poet or
821. Contact all of these troubles we supply doughnuts from soaking fat, it is said.When Come : I get
with Liquozone kills any form how dif 1 bar*Kfm tried Uqaazno Will, in his honor the I r
rvf And in all-no matter ; wbltOQ At a banquet given full .
bottlefree. mail
disease germ because germs are of months' upply)m.a Wo bottl.rise I tomatoes and milk are to be postal and we will particulars.PENSACOLA
a two thanked the ladies present and
offer each user poet .
ficult-we '
"getable Yet to the Liquo- PUt.together. as In a cream sonp, have
,. zone is not origin.only harmless body but helpful further test withOut the risk of a penny. .......................N.............NMI IN NM them of the same;'temperature, then ended with the words: "I drink to you,
03G m the extreme That is its main dia"nction. Abecete-lnxmla Asthma Ootr.-Ooe GoDorrh.OlertBroDCbltJa $' beat vigorously as the tomato is addeda me dame ,_ May ,you, live until my
P- Common germicides are poison r....-151118II8 hair turns gray:?'
Aprdtau *\'ben taken internally. That b why Blood Poison 'Hb: rip... NN1N1'AC little at a time.Ffour'raislns The-ladles were startled and hardly BUGGY CO. .
: edicine has been so helpless in.a germ Oouch8"Bowel Trouble'( lda' I..corr M tJaria-N.ural ] before adding them to knew what to make: of the strange ,'
disease. Limiozone! is exhilarating, vitaimcg Oooeumptbn DIMSU\ lgIe.meulnm 1 = GIn tumid ..-wnl*plainly.. cake or puddings, In order to prevent coI Iplim 'nt. !Then Jokal, taking from I
. ti purifying; yet no disease germ c Oootagluna_r-Ca1&rT1t DU1)y.pepd&Dwtlretr .....JaW8 h them settling to the bottom. They are his heuAut! wig.. revealed, a' bead: t
itS1Ideal tan exist m it. D.aterY-lJiatrbea 'k1R' ,eeIoesLtUatogae !'olAltha'thU over applk to new users only also much Improved by cooking. Let hair. as you'see," 30 East. Garden Street, Pensacola,
Taal>> bald "My
We to Any phrddaa or hospital not J-utiof Uopeoq i entirely F
purchased the American rights them soak simmer until the
Tunaon-Ukft'I and slowly "
EcxemEnrrplu will be .
u I gladly seppll.a&w.Mkk J l he continued."c n never gray -
ozoi.e after thousands of test had : 4. ,1 akins are tender.-Table.Talk.. 6I" Paris Ftearo. .

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j; '[F BONIfAY i f i1 II fREEPORT'- II Trouble Cured

Shooting : ,II I II I.I Throat' and:: Lung 1 I I IIre

I I Special to The Journal. .
Special to The Journal. Freeport.Feb. 23.-The sound of the --%:' 1lrs.Sarah Miedeking
I Bonifay Feb. 23.-Hon. W H. Brett hammer l is heard( in the land three v. so
pains cause agony in Neuralgia Jr.. came In from Westvllle Weaves. handsome residences being added to reduced from weakness

'* those; who are subject to attacks_ day morning. ABCO'RTAARrQW our city. -
: Hon. Daniel. Gillis our faithful tax Tha finishing:touches ;are being add \ and fever that she
of this dreadful disease should assessor was in Bonifay Wednesday. ea' to the home of R. E. L. ITcCasktli, could

always) keep, handy: for immediate I Mr. Hague of the Salem Iron Worksis : makIng it a two-story house, with V 4'. ) I scarcely breathe, is
in town this week.Dr. every modern convenience and fur > --I cured
bottle c
of -
use a
Wilsoa of Chipley, made a professIonal CLUETT. PEABODY, CO.Wouldn't taste.nished throughout with exquisite ,. -. -.- *- by Duffy's Pure Malt
) 'vi it here
Wednesday. .4.EIs OP'CLUETT AD .O..IIICH S44IRTS v -
J. S. Coleman who has been lck Capt. J. N. Rogers has purchasedand _t ? "p; ., v Whiskey.

HAMLINSWIZARD for some time 14 still confined to his remodeled the Gillis place,making L- ,, ,f "
-- -- ---- out + C')
---- -- of It '
room. one of the coolest and most .* "
C. C. Brock from Pensacola- was .in ,attractive places In town, while the I regard Duffy's Pure Halt!
town Wednesday. Pietty home of Mr. Chas. Campbell '

OIL ; Mr Rufus: Tucker of DeFunlak Just next to it. will be 'ready for occupancy : *: Whiskey as a God-send, for
Springs was in town this week. in the near future.
\1153 McLeod from South Florida} Tha Aid Society, recently organized t '. \- 'p, it cured me of a terrible
I came in to take charge of the pupils by the ladies of,the Methodist Church
This marvelous: pain remedy ib the second room in the Bonifay met Wednesday! afternoon with Mrs \ ,e *( cough and throat trouble
I High School.C. Jas. Blackburn and after working hard 'k .
q will: quickly relieve the spasms'| M. Cox returned from New Orleans for two hours enjoyed a delightful c < :- ,e15 : which threatened to kill

r which wrack the tortured nerves, ;, last:Saturday. lunch. The n'xt meeting' will be with -C -4* -:'-:.:-.. -.-,E4:4' "
Miles Warren from DeFuniakf I Mrs. McGuire and a full attendance me she writes.
r and if taken internally will :: : ,
Springs came in on the train Wedns- I Ia; requested.
i cure the cause of the day morning.Mr I Taking advantage of -the excursion ; x I 'A ,. "/
k 1 reA'ud'Dutry's Pure Malt
disease. Buoy, a turpentine orperator which the proprietor of the steamer XVhtsVey III.
; south of Bonifay, came to town Wed Captain Fritz" will run. quite a party :' God-send. It certainly cured me of a terrible .

"I had been a sufferer for nesday. of Freeport people will. attend the : cough. lung and throat trouble nhich
Bonifay seems to b building gradually "- Mardi Gras festivities in the Deep I
years, writes Calvin E. Hill], of threatened to kill me. I got so bad from I
but nothing is being done on'' Water City. Among those who will
Marietta, Ga-, from the frightful the new court house. it be delightful! forypu toalways attend are: Mr. and Mrs. M. King.. ?S% bronchitis that J'could scarcely lrmh<,,

pains; of neuralgia, and never Mrs. Posten, wife of R v. Posten,J be served with the satisfactory : Mr. and Mrs. iJoe Blackburn. Mr. and :: :\k --4 and at times was overcome with a weak-
pieacher' for the Baptist church here'\ kind of meats,? How wQuld'at Mrs. Everett Jonej and Mrs. Wahl. .4 :t '%less and fever. ,I had a bad cough most cf
,found any remedy that would give ,came in Monday night, on the mail pound of really good sausage ,appeal! ;t Mr. Harold Varcoe, representativeof the time.
'sne relief, until I tried Hamlins train for the east. to you today? Toie kind that will satisfy -' the :J'. c. Turner Lumber Co., New '::
W. D. Williams of the Holmes CountY and: nourish. It .is digestible and: York City is here load two vessels : "Since taklngyour: : medicine my cough Ytt
Wizard Oil, which effected a per1 1 Advertiser mas< in Bonifay a while healthful, made of the kind of bee! with cypress from the McCaskillmill. disappeared; I have no trouble with RJ e

tianent cure." Price 50c and $1. Monday. that: mother would use for the Sunday -I : throat and my general health is much Im
Hon. H. E. Hickman came in from roast. I ;ur. K. P. Mcllwain of the Wood .11i
For sale and recommended : proved. I give all the credit to rury sPurt
: by ,
Barker Co ,
the northern part of the county Tuesday i of Boston. Mass., is load
WHITE'S PHARMACY. evening with a prisoner who is West End Market ing a vessel with cypress from the Malt 'blskeyllnS. SARAH 3IIEDE-
Pensacola,'Fla wanted in Alabama. same, mill for his firm. KING. 129::: Baynuller SL. Cincinnati Q,
Phone ISO Nbht:: Phone 446. j ,Mr., and Mrs. Westlev- Jones welcomed ]. Nov. 9. 1905. $1
Cor. Belmont and DeVilliers. '
a little daughter to their home '
Afraid of Strong Medicines.: PHONE 385. ;, last Sunday ana' Mr. and :Mrs. Wm. - -

A GENTLEMAN'S TASTE IS BEST Many people suffer for years from, Anderson! rejoice over t arrival. jof '
SUITED WITH A rheumatic pains, and prefer to do so I a ton. We wish both little strangersa DuffysPure Malt: Whislcey =

rather than take tha strong medicines: 1 happy journey throe life.
CERTIFIED CHECK I j usually given for rheumatism not: We welcome to out' midst Mr. and For more than fitly 'years has been the most successtvi.heaJt and'strength builder. and gentle invigorator. .tirnulant! sa4
kr.owlng'vhat quick relief from pain 11 WESTVILLESpecial: II:, Mrs. W T. Bldridse formerly of' tonic known to medlca.1 science. as witnessed by the many thousands of cures to its credit. It is a sure preventive of disease -
Apalachicola. and the be't Cure of coughs colds bronchitis pneumonl8.9 consumption grip and all lung. throat and !tomachtroubies.
5c CIGAR.All may bf \wad by applying! Chamber Mr. Eldridge has accepted It 1s themost effective form ot nourishment w1iIch enriches the blood improves c.'ircu1atIon.. aids! digestion
lain's Pain Balm and without taking the position, of superint3nd'- builds up th* nerve tltsuf' strengthens the beart's action..aqd gives fresh vitality'and life to the entire pvstem It is a
medicine of the McCaskill Shipyard Point mill. promoter good health and long life. .and by its continued us "thousands. !! of men and women have. been enabled to reach
internally. For -
the any sah by I' ebw.
qualities of lla rot,aroma to The Journal. Mr. J. R Williams efficient the century mark. ,
color and goon' material is all druggists. Wei>t\ille. Feb. 23 ? the .Duffs Pure Malt Whiskey contains no fusel oil and Is. absolutely the only whiskey recognized by the Governmentas
t -Many of ourltown !! bookkeeper: of Beal & Co.. of Washington and
embodied In it a medicine. This is a guarantee. It Is emphatically indorsed recommended everywhere by clergymen temperance J1
people visitel: the Chautauqua I i county. paid our burg a pleas' advocates and doctors. -
last Saturtfay. We hope they enjoye'd I'ant visit the first of the week. CAUTION.-There Is but one D ff's Pare Malt\ Whiskey. So4 In sealed bottles only; never In bulk. Insist on having the genuine eat
A. Greenhut & Co. TRAINS LOADED/ themselves. I Mr. C. B. Jones has, refuse cheap substitutes and Imitations which are placed on the market for profit only and which are positively harmful to both the body irdbrala. 'W.I
,, accepted a Look for the"Old Chemist"trade-mark on the label and be sure the seal over the cork is unbroken. All reliable druggists and gr9cta.r I
m. : .. DISTRIBUTORS, On account of the absence of 'our, position as bookkeeper of the Kelly. direct.$1.00 a bottle. Doctors advice and medical booklet free. Duffy Malt.Whiskey Co.,Rochester,N. Y. aLl
PENSACOLA. FLORIDA. WITH TOURISTSGRAND pastor Rev. Wheeler. Rev. Reese,. of Mill Co. j br
Crawfordville, 'filled his. appointment Mrs. Charles Monroe is visiting THE LEWIS ,BEAR COMPANY, Distributers. fur
Mr Carroll, an aged veteran was,in friends in DeFuniak and enjoying the :3:

f HICKS' our town Wednesday. West Florida Chautauqua. this week. : .. -- -,- --- ----- -.--
jt RUSH OF NORTHERN (The farmers of .1' Dr. Harley Cawthon to the W,
this section are un joy ofl; THE DIGNITY OF A HOME.
CAPUDINE VISITORS TO THE LAND OF 'loading! their fertll'zers: here for the I! all who are suffering with their teeth T XAS, ARRIVES The Calls for a.. piano. '; If the piano COP ,

-q f'\\ 'MHfDIAYU.YC\lR.U', coming season. ,' f is here' professionally and will rsmain I ner in ,'our home is still unfilled. let %31Jdj

J HEADACHESBretksup FLOWERS IS ON. Mr. T. P. Andrews, of Ponce de:.for a few davs. AT 'MEW: ORLEANS Silverware.. us show you how well how cheapiv
i,00n, was In'our town (
d/ Sunday. 1171/i and what favorable terms
upon w.
tr 'i COLDS Startiing'flut"True. 1
Mr. C. D. Frink owner of a turpen../ can fill it. Tha pianos we sell are .
4. IN 6 TO IX HOURS Th Jacksonville! tine farm 7 miles from here was in People thy world. over were horrified We11(1( noted for Iheir purity of tone pleasin; fih.Ca
f Boob' *o AI Every train; Times Union says: town esterday.. on learning; 0/; the burning of a BATTLESHIP DETAILED FOR THE action artistic cases and great dur
entering Florida from L Many of the residents of Ponce de,'I Chicago theater lL, wWch nearly sj X '
the ability. Get one now. Pay when you :w4
north, ,
overflowing east with and tourists the nest and is there now: Leon heard the sermon preached here: hundred people:)los.t ,their: lives yet CARNIVAL THERE NOW IN Sell'is -' I If like. t
Sundlay. j more than five: times this number or '
is now a nd rush for j PORT. CLUTTER MUSIC HOUSE
gr the resort
a ong the East Coast of Florida. Young Fo'ks Literary Society j] over 3,000 people.died from pneumoJ Pensacola. Fla. lih'W.
The of this place held its meeting Tuesday -,J; nia in Chicago during the same year, -
representatives of the various
Hw IFULUlCHAS.BLUM&CO railroads have received night and received some new with scarcely a passing notice.i Everyone 'V ,
the trains leaving' Washington advices Satur that,L, members. I of. these cases..of pneumonia, resulted -: "The New Orleans Picayune of 1e:>- Si .. .. ... .. .. .* .

O clay, immediately after tha: Longworth- One of the children of ,Mr Jule- from cold and could have been terday says: ( -* -
Roosevelt wedding were crow&'ed i! Cooey has been, very sick but .we are prevented by the*(fjmeIy use of Cham. The United States battleship Texas I PIANOS AND ORGANS. # W.W t
with tourists bound for various points!'11'glad', to hear he improving.; berlain's Cough Remedy.: .A great flying.ths flag of Read Admiral The fe CASH OR EASY TERMS. ,
L1 PEPA1D Florida. The L. & N. crew Is here improving. many who had every reason to fear, -- Avon All Piano Work Guaranteed. # .,
Hundreds of people of national so its property this week. pneumonia have warded! it off. by the Francis W pickins, and commandedby CLUTTER RUSHING ;> .

; JFAIA2O.t' 11:1 importance deferred their visit to From the best we can learn some of prompt use of this,-remedy. The following Captain G. A. Bicknell dropped oM12 EAST GOVERNMENT ST. :{- rfs6ft

this year until after tns White our town boys will visit Atlanta- Is an instance of this sort: n.chorin. the river off Canal street 'ifPHONE 476. *"
House wedding of Saturday. Now soon. "Too much cannot b said In favor of yesterday afternoon at 4:15: o'clock built on the heirloom' plan, madeto *- *
* -&. that the much:talked-of event Is a Rev. Self Is expected to preach at,, Chamberlain's Cough.Remedy- and es and will remain last for years and years, and then ## ##### #* ********* ==
thing of the the congregational church :! pecially for colds and influenza 1 here until] March I.when .
past there is a greater next Sua- descend to the next.generation.
rush to tha' Florida resorts than at day '- .| know that it cured any daughter, Laura : ,, .accompanied by the t.t.o torpedo -' -
$ any time this season. of a severe cold, and-"l"beisve! saved I boats, Porter anj Dupont, she DIRECTORY K(
Lent will begin .within ten days and ------- her life when she was threatened wito will 1 sail for Pensacola. The flagship 1847 ROGERS BROS? 1

the prospects are that the month of IN OLDEN TIMES. I pneumonia." W. D. Wilcox, Logan,, of' an,
"a Ii DELivERED fOr? March will see: more people in FlorIda New York. Sold by all druggists.I .' the ,coast squadron which pcs.-' Joppa Lodge, No. 6, I. 0. 0. F. :

at the various resorts; throughout People Were Content 'to 'Take Things! (Ion of hon r the Texas now occu- SPOONS..F RKS.ETC.. Joppa Lodge No. 6, I. O. 0. F.

the state than during the sania monthin Easier Than Now. 'I pies, was given a most cordial greeting are as near perfection for this purpose u I meets every Tuesday evening at 7 '> PaW

any of the past seasons.It If our forefathers could behold the: as she steamed to her anchor- is possible, and we shall take pleasure in o'clock at Rafford Hall West GanH:

has becom* quite a fad with the modrn locomotives, automobiles and:11) FALCO ALA age., All the vessels In the harbor showipg you all .the:,late designs in this. St. Visiting brethren are cordially ID-
1 mart set" of New York. Boston anti electric cars, they would hold up their I I reliable brand. vited. :
and other cities to ,spend the Lenten hands in astonishment. gave their whistles full vent. As T. H. FLEETWOOD. .N, u AaV
season 1n Florida As long as they The stage-coach 'Was fast 'enough 1 I I soon as the anchor was dropped tae J. W. GINGLES, S !c.31jan6m. .
517 AND 519 WZST BAY ST., ar9 away from home they are perfect. then-people were mora content to S."I'! to The Journal. shp'.w! s dressed: in her colors and; I

JACKSONVILLE, FLA. ly willing to enter Into the gay social: take things easy I Falco. Ala., Feb. 23.-:Mr. Jno. R. l the immense throng on shore, which gofer-
whirl at the resort of Florida, Nassau They used to ba; satisfied with any i Barker our genial mill foreman :spent:f witnessed her arrival. broke into a I Pensacola Lodge No. 3, K. ot P-
.- and Cuba. sort of hair lotion 'cheer. No"salutes were fired. 107 SOUTH PAUAFOX" STREET I 1S'J:
that came along i Friday and Saturday of last week in meets every Monday evening at
Those who haveisUrd Florida in -if it did not prevent Baldness they j Pensacola having some mechanical This is the third"isit of tie Texasto PENSACOLAFlorida :o'clock at their temporary Castle H1 8tlX,
"VVOODAll p past years are aware that March is thought it was 'because Baldness work done I this port Her first visit was during over Iou stable W. Intendcnca: &-

one of the most: pleasant months in' could not bs prevented The Falco mill is running regularlynow the Carnival of 1897 when commanded '0' Visiting brethren cordially welcomed. StrOl
kinds that you want. the jear to spend in this state, whilein Vlt's different now.People: know that but the boys' are all wearing a I b:> Captan Glass, she and I J. A. KIRKPATRICK C C
the north March is the most disagreeable germs caus baldness and that > the ill-fated Maine spent a p'easant n l & S
.New- frown on account of th? Hlre -fourth.sB'stem H. HORSLER, K. of R. ___ <
! : OAK AND month of the winter on account bro's Herpicide kills the germ. thus that has just been put on. I week here. The Maine was destroyed --- --- ---- tesa

PINEcheaper of stormy! sleet, thawing freez- curing Dandruff and preventing Bald' Stokes Lodge No 609 F. & A. M the following February, in Havana and Alabama Ratnbone Lodge %o saV.:
ing. slush mud and bad <*olds'gener' ness.For met Saturday with a large attend. I harbor. The Texas was destined to' t''b 30, K. of P.. meets every .
than you can buy ally: in Florida It is, as a rule an idea; sale by W. A. D'Alentberte., ance. Ths boys say they will feel'I I more than avenge the act, for she evening at 8;w
It anywhere. Any size you time of the >ear. The orange tres druggist and apoth cary. 131 South proud when they get in their new took an ,active part in the battle of LAND COMPANYManufacturers o'clock in their temporal1'hursdsy aDb1
want. are in full bloom the magnolias fill Palafox street or send lOc in stamps hall that Is nearing completion. Santiago, on July 3d, and to this day Castle HalJ. over POll stable
the air with their fragranc0. boating for sample to The Herpicida Co.,. Detroit Mias Lydia Inarms of Bonifay 'bears the scars ol the conflict with of 'C4 W. Intendencia stret -
i L:: G. parties on tho lakes and streams are Mich. Fla, is th, guest of her sister Mrs. one of the vessels of Admiral Cer.' and Dealers,In. Visiting knights are COA W,
:- SEWELLI greatly enjoyed and along th9 south I II !J. Chitty. I.veraa", fleet., which she: ran ashore on LUMBER. SAWED CYPRESS SHINGLES dially welcomed.
I ern coast surf -bathing; is the fad. Mr. Will Clark of Rome was among;!I the 'Cuban coast. The second visit AND KILN-DRIED SAP. J. D. KIRK. C. C. Inlp

: 614. 1 The wise tourist knows what the the visitors to Falco Monday. I was ;during the Carnival of 1903. C. J. LEVY. K. ol K. & S.
weather is at home anu' never thinksof COFFEE Ask Dr. Miller how f 1
quails he
many paMI
leaving }Florida durras March Marine
* r klllctf at one 'hoL CAKE AND' SALAD SALE Grocery Co. Knights of Columbus.
Thosg who cannot get from
THEGORDON away l We are sorry to note that Mrs. W. Meetings of. the 1L
home (earlier in the season alway F. Rhodes ; >_ TO-DAY BY THE Columbus! :
is on the sick list. Hope U. D. Chi _Ilr._ Knights of .
make it a poInt to spend March In Wears the P/oiieer she will 604, 605/608. 610 S. Palafox St. their ba.i; ,
soon be out again. t<:., :., are held: at
Florida. consequently" nearly tvery I Miss Jcssia:: Preswood teacher: of the : cake and chicken salad sale Phone 725. No. 8 West Intend n- I
: BROWN hotel in the state has received numerous .' Coffee Roasters of public school by the Daughters] of the ery Drat
at this place has moved I Confederacy; V.J., VIDALManager.THE I .. cia street, on e
. requests for reservations for the West Florida.McHUGH'S j her boarding ,place from )fr. J. W, at Ro;nau and Geralds 'todaypromises = : Monday evening it
coming month. Stokes's to Mr. B. W. Thomason's. I : to' be a very well patronized 7:30 o'clock. A a 'n I

HARDWARE/ COMPANY affair- The proceeds will go to the' HOME, Of EAT GOOD, THINGS TO N V'vltsUon i ii extendedto ,
Home in .- :
soldiers Jacksonville.
visiting Knights
New '
Suits Filed. 'I' BLENDShave PLAYS AND PLAYERS. Just Received: '01
Pensacola, Fla. Chunks JOHN B. JONES. err
Halibut Halibut
The following new suits were fileJ Quick Lunch EDM. FOX. Grand Kcljht!!!
: Biggest Hardware Firm This yesterday In the office of the clerk of E. II. Sothern and Julia Marlowe In 50 kits of fancy Mackerel. $1.25 per Recorder. bU1w.
:1 -
: circuit court: Shakespearean: repertory played a ,remarkable -TUBIST kit. .
[ Side of Birmingham. T. A. Jennings vs. Louis Boley bill no equal. Atrial engagement In Boston and SO kits Salmon, f 1.25 per kit. Pensacola Lodge No. 4, 1. 0. 0. F. "

in chancery; Blount G; Blount, attorney will convince the con* are now,on tour of the smaller cities MATERIALSFOR SO kits halibut fins, 1,25 per kit., Pensacola Lodge No 4, I. 0 0 F bat
50 kits of Cod Tongues and
i We Will for" plaintiff. HenriDc Vries the eminent Dutch Sound meets every Thursflay eveMinr at 7':Jt \VIR
v Save You Money on FY P. ""Levey 'vs the Western Union nolsseur that' we $1.2S per kit.Bloaters. at the hall West Garden
actor, recentlymade his American debut Milkers and Roes. new on
Your Purchases ofHARDWARE Telegraph Company a corporation make no extravagant In New York. He was seen in an Codfish, Pickled Salmon, Dill Herring Plcklea! street. Visiting brethren cordially:: !!!
I damages
$250 It. P. Reese
; attorney THE BEST OF ALL BEERS. invited. E. GRCENBLATT.J. WJ
for plaintiff. claims. English version of"A Case of Arson German Sauer KroutPigs .
H. Mulled vs. unknown heirs of in which he created a sensation In Lon. Feet In kits $1.00. NEVILLE. Secretary. ,

John ".IcCafl. bill in <*banry; Blount Manewal and Lange's Fruit Caka ant
& Blount attorneys for plaintiff. Wholesale and RetailGROCERS don.Edmond Rostand has agreed to writea We have already touched npon the National Biscuit Co', Fruit Cake, 25c Daughters of Rebekah.

of all kinds, such as I Annie Thorsen vs. the unknown play expressly for Eleanor Robson superior equipment which is partly responsible per pound. Naomi Lodge, No. 10, Dauht.1'oS;; night! ,
Rebekah. meets Monday
for the superiority of Amer< We handle the celebrated blends every
heirs of John JIrC'all. bill in chancery : of liz,
; which will be produced next season. lean Queen Beer. b at 8 o'clock in I. O. O. F hall .b't t
Th9 other factor in toffee roasted the Gult City Coffee :
Will Supplies Turpentine Tools & Blount. attorneys, for plain George C. Tyler recently made a hurried b pres 10{
I its merit Is the sterling quality of materials Co., H. P. Chlpman Manager. I ing sisters cordially invited to ?
tiff.Nellie Martin vs. Southern States and all kinds. of Feed trip to Paris to complete arrange I I used. We buy only the best Oaxaca. 3&c lb.; Gold Standard 25c I ent. w.I;
Belting, Piping, Ammunition, Etc. Lnmber Co.. a corporation damage3 ments. I grade of Canadian malt. It undergoesa ; lb: Diamond Blend, 25c lb; Golden I MRS. PEARL WITKOVSK1,
$15,000; W. L. Zachary attorney for I Stuffs.Pluto .' So great has :Maude Adams' success t mechanical process of cleansing Rio. 20c lb.Strictly MISS WILLIE KENDRICK, Sec. PhITa
Write to Us for Prices. plaintiff. In "Peter Pan," at the Empire theater. t whicl frees' It from every particle fresh roasted and as good I

Philip Johnson. W. R. Taylor and New York proved that Charles Froh-I I dost: $r foreign matter, :ana" at thesane as any Coffee sold in this City M. E. B. A. No. 81, meets first aol -
-- : .. timVitis weighed in proportionto Send us your orders and will third Wednesday evening at 7'30 tm WJ
: R. H. Taylor, damages $400; Maxwell WaterWholesale man has extended the time and additional !- We de-
t, & Reeves attorneys for plaintiff.No matinees have been put In to the other properties *o that tLere| liver! promptly. Rafford Hall, No 10. West lateJ- AU(

Morris Dannheisser meet the extraordinary; demand 'for Is always, relativemeasur maintained .an even.' accurate ....... -,.... -- dencia street A. G. FELL Pre- .

(Fonn!rly of Dannheisser Bros.) pills is as pleasant and positivea and Retail. seats. The ho >s, used are really imported ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. J. L., SWEENEY,.. Sec.
Pure Old Rye and Bourbon Fine DeWltfs LUtfe Early Risers. These The hit of. "The Girl of the Golden from, ,Bavaria. Hops are raised in Estate of Frederick: Bonar deceased. Ut
Famous Little Pills are so mild and West" at the Belasco theater, New America but not the grade necessary Creditors legateej/dlstributees and W, O, W. '
Wines. Beer
ana effective that children, 'delicate ladies New Orleans Grocery Co. York, where there- has been nothing to tbaiigh quality of American Q ei ir1J all persons having claims or demands' Live Oak Camp No. l, W. 0. W' ord

Old Hickory Whiskey MySpedaltyv and weak people enjoy their cleansing but hits of entirely unusual quality, ?er- :We ne only ,the best which 'the against the said estate are,required to I meets in Pjthian Hall 1st a&dJ: 1'3ii
effect while strong people say they Jas. McHugh\ bids fair: to excel all its predecessors Jf I "'orla" 'finest' Hop'rahing sectionproduces. present the same to me,Within two ((2) Wednesdays in each month. Visf'.ifli
12 W. Zarraflossa Street. th best liver ; 1 '. from this date. ,
are \t ,,,,pills sold. Never ; there Is such, possibility; : as the 'ae" years sovereigns cordially invited. ,
PENSCAOLA. FLORIDA. grip- I- Keep;,this'brand in your 'homeland P. II. WHALBY., I I EeJo
Phone 05. complfshment that result 'Administrator. F. A. BOGHiCH, C. C.
pr of -
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Tie Yourself to a Portion 1 "* .. HOOTON

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RENTS COLLECTED.'MONEY .. WANTED Successors to Tbes. Watsao 8 Co. I

of Mother Earth. : LOANED. Desirable' !Must be two story,. about 8 rooms Leading Real Esfatt, Rental lid Insurant Agency ---

gcod neitghborhood convenient to car "
line. Price between $2.000 and $3,000.If .

!Become a land owner. You'l 1ind. 1t easier- than, bu' $800.OO. TwoStoryBrick you have such a place let Ug know List ef Desirable Property for Sale. _

th1nk. ,We have helped others and.can help'jrou; Y for four lots 'on North.HIH :A: bargain telephone to-day. A 'I
at this figure. desirable piece of property on Palafox street;. a splendid _____
BuildingPalafox FOR SALE Investment; must -'0 at once....... ..... ..... ...... .... ..10000.00 _
1500.00) Seven dwellings and a dwelling and store building with Tery
Start With a Lot will buy 90 by 125 feet,-tsrlth 3 houses Elegant little home On: North Hill, near tall a block of ground. situated on :a very desirable corner

on renting for $216.00 per: year. This Street, between exceptionally -wall built house hardwood near business district; a splendid investment. .. __ .. ,.$6300.00 _
v will net more than 10 'per!. .-cent.' Better Romana and Intenden- floors interior finish veri hand Very desirable Quarter of block on North Hill, convenient to -

: '.' : investigate.. some. In fact a swell little home street car" line.. .. .. ..... ...... .:.. ..... .... .. .. ... ..$5600.00
East Hill. : 4500.00 ,cia streets. Only a few days more at .. ..$5,000. One of the most desirable building lots on North Hill fronting _
: south, near car line on corner, 100 by 150, for a few days $ 700.OQ _
; '; for a piece of'})ropert ]70.Tay:;;150. one "
: ; block from Palafox.".rentirfg: for $540 !MUST BE SOLD AT ONCE I Desirable two story new dwelling on"corner"with four lots oaf
m 'adnnce in price soon. King Prscujgls! deed per year. L S;: BROWN &. CO. North Hill.-. ..... ., .. .. ,.? .., ... $3700.00()
tor Pensacola dirt we 801d him... 100 Per Cent Profit 'For particulars apply to Two story dwelling with large lot on West Gregory street; -
: to : ? good neighborhood. .. .... ..:.... .... .... ..... .... .$3250.00
be ,
made in vacant *lots, East or Theisen Building Comfortable one story dwelling on CeVilliers street near

Wen Ends,. at McDavid-Hyer Company Garden Street with large lot..... .... .... ..... ..... .- .$3250.00
$1.00 Cash and,50 cents per Week. \ Phone 918 'r\Venty.ftve lots on North Palafox and Baylen streets. splendid _
204% S. Palafox St. Fsher: Building. Agents New York investment for a few days only.. .. .. .." .. .. .. .. .. .$3275.00
Pensacola Investment Life Insurance Company. The north half of block 67, New City Tract; 10 lots 40 by 137 _
Company '. ForSale feet six inches each; one block from electric car line and on

For Sale 8 E., Government Street. _-__' _, Havana Square .. .. .. ...... ..... .... .... .. .. ....$2000.00
A. H. D'4 .EMBERJT City Manager. Phone 7CO. Pensacola, Fla. FoRLB7o0; Two story dwelling at No 1005 North Davis street with large _

}XlRSALBNew. piano ,cheap. Address feet second hand. 14 lot.. .. .... .. ...................... ...... ..... ...... ..... .... ,.$2000.00 \ _
W. H.aNOWLES, President R. B. swPSWt *' inch .galvanised pipe in 20-foot() Six of groundIn -
Secretary.J. "Piano/1 care Journal feb24 room, story and a half dwelling with two acres
.L STILLMAN, V..Pres. and GeL Manager. KNOWLES HY1X, Treasurer.. tengihs. .Ad ress (P. O.Box A'I. City western suburbs. .. ... .... .. .. ... .. .. .o' .. .. ..$1200.00 _
FOR, SALE Two good combination D. HALE WILSON 6. CO. feb24 Two desirable building lots on East Jackson street SO by 132
Jtaef Estate, Loan, General Investments.. horses ,and two good mules. Will I BOGS for hatching from ,carefully feet six inches fronting south convenient to car line .......$ 575.00 _
215 South Palafox sell together separately. Apply toE REAL ESTATE I manted hens. Strictly thoroughbred Two story dwelling on East DeLeon street with large lot..$ 850.00
Street, Pensacola, Florida. G. S weU., 403 N. Reus. phone 614 I fowls and I guarantee a good hatch. Comfortable one story dwelling with lot 50 by 150: .N. 620 _

lSfeblwFOR RENTS AND LOANS Stock for sale at reasonable North Coyle street.. .. .. ......... .... .... ..... ..... ......$ 800.00 _
=, - Barred Plymouth' Rocks, lIrioos.j Two cottages on West Zarragossa street. splendid renting property _
MOVER'S SALE-Barred: Plymouth Rock I' : mouth Rocks and S. C. .. ... .. ... .. ... .. ... ...... .... ..... .... ..... ....$125000 t -
GROCERY cockerels ready for yard $1.50 to
STORE AND MEAT MARKET We have the following special bar-
horns; $100 per setting of 15 Money to loan In amounts of $1000.00 and up at seven per' cent.
Corner Government and Alcaniz Street Phone 718.' 13; 15 eggs $1.50:; thirtj 250. Mrs. grins in very desirable real estate for $5,00 a hundred for incubator eggs I Interest. _
'nro?tern and Native Meats of the finest quality. Everything 'that Is' Lizzie., Hughes.Clupley. ,fla., a few days oply. :. have 500 half! gallon cans fancy Flori- Those having property desiring to sell same,would find It to their

kepi m a first-class market. lifeblm I I SPECIAL BARGAINS. da Syrup. Will deliver at 50c per gal advantage to place same In our hands, as we have disposed of about
.:o pounds Granulated Sugar, $1.00. 20 pounds of Nice, Clean Rice.' 2 lots In block 170, New City, 80x137 Ion. Address Plymouth Rock Poultry $300,000 worth in the past 60 days. If you have funds to loan consult _
M\ Fancy Country Syrup 35c gallon. TYPEWRITERS keep on hand for feet line .. .. .. .. .. _____
$1 ) per Honey in the comb or Extra sale The, Fox Underwood Smith on car $400.00 Farm J. J. Pope. Prop. Bristol us. If you desire an agent to collect your rents; or want fire insurance
of Honey. Give me a call. I will show :. 16th and Gads
you how to save money. 3 lots corner ave. Fla. 24feblm ; or if you want to buy a piece of property: and donUt knowwoo
A. McD. MOVER: Phone 718. Premier and Bllckensderfer. Typewrit'den street... .. ... ... .. ... ... 1000.00 consult, .
ers. ,Sold on easy terms or rented. 6 lots fronting Toledo square in New FOR SALE OR RtLVT-New stow owns same,

All makes'ot machines cleaned and City. ...' .. ... .. ... ... .. .. 1000.00 and dwelling in good locality on
HELP WANTED Wanted repaired. Work guaranteed. Phono One 5-room bouse with bath and East lUlL Good business Apply
380. F. B. Bruce 28 East Government sewer connection gas in every room; 1021 N. 9th ave. 34feblw HOOTON&WATSON _

WANTED--Woman for general house WANTED-,-500 couples to attend the 14fehlm nice neighborhood It taken at FOR S-A.LE-Tw sawing machines, PHONE 54. 34 SOUTH STREET. I

work and nurse. Apply 216 East two balls February 26 and 27 at C. FOR SALE.-10 room house,. corner nce, .. .. .. .. .. .. ... ..$1.450.00 good as new, cheap. Can be seen
Church St. 24feb3t7NTED K. of A. hall. Barrio's Orchestra lot, S blocks from Palafox. lot 96x 6 houses In block 17, West King at N. O. Mc {man's, at J. I. Stephens'old
20feblw. .. 192 on car line. For particulars inquire Trct. renting $30.00 per month. Will stand.: : Mrs. J. M. Williams.
\ -A printer at once. Banner : of Standard Clothing Co. 29jan lend 2000.00 of necessary .. $2600.00 23feblw .
Chipley, Fla. 23febl* WANTED-First class saw mill man, All of these propositions are bar
competent to construct, operate FOR SAL .-Improved and unimproved gains aui will be held open for a few FOR SALE-Rose tinted: satin gown '$650Buys Timber lands
TViNTED-Man who understands and manage small mill is ,open for property( in all parts of the city. JaYS only. silk lined trimmed, real lace and
book binding and ruling and who is I position either as partner 'or cut by J. Wilson & Co., Real Estate Agents Excellent warehouse location on India gauze. Good as new. Never cottage and two lots near
rapable of taking charge of that the thousand. Address P. O. Box Room 7. Salisbury building. Phone railroad track very cheap. worn in Pensacola. Cost $85. Will new West HilL
branch of the business. Mayes Printing 319, city. SOfeblw* 172. 23Jan Good 8 per cent mortgages on hand. sell for$25 1311 North Davis street car line on
; Company. Pensacola. Fla. Best kind of investments. Also white chiffon hat three hand For Sale
JHeblwWANTED. WANTED man with a few thou FOR SALE.-If'you have $8.000 to In- Property in all parts of city, vacantor some plumes cost $18, sell for half $700For
sand dollars to Inv: st In a specialty rest in a saw mill proposition worth improved wanted and for sale. 23feb3t.
-A competent neat nurse line of. lumber manufactories. Address $10.000.vrlte Locks Box 26, DeFuniak .30 S. Palafox St. _
wanted at once at 18 E. Wright.. L. care: Journal. 18feblw Springs Fla. This will stand the Phone 234. FOR SALE-One 25-IL P. boiler and five room cottage 519 E. Gregory.
: teb. closest investIgation and the first.man engine; portable boiler on wheels; A bargain for the location. We have them. Several splendid.'
WANTED-Party With a few hundred with tna money gets .it,. .No time to __ enane or boiler in running order. Five room cottage, bath and hail on large and small turpentine locations,
MAN WANTED manage and work dollars wishes to purchase an ,inter Also 2 log carts comp'ete! ready for
with agents or trifi fS. 24Jan Hill 51200. Saw Mills
waste East and Saw mill locations.
farm. Will pay wages or work' on est In paying business. of any kind. 1 I FOR shares 6 miles from city at Oakfield. Address Investment, care. Journal.. FOR SALE.-One choice block on top Voy &; Co.., Cantonem nt. Fla23feblm. .,. and small
16feb. Beach Haven the coming suburb of 12th street. tracts of .round' and boxed
Call 18 E. Garden St., city. 20feblw of the rUge east of the electric Pensacola. Extensive: improvementsto Five lots near car line East Hill timber lands.
A.'TEl-lass attendant aboardthe WANTED-We want your orders for railway, between 7th and 8th stre ts. be Tnade; thrsyear; street car line FOR, SALE.-one tank and wind mill $950. Large tracts .of Mississippi Delta
1907 Art Calendars. Over 300 orIginal Nautre has favored'this section and it 'near future. 33500for for gale by J. C. Pebley. 22feblw* and Hardwood lands.
U. S. S. Vixen. Apply on board guaranteed In. the
cannot be duplicated V. Clubbs. -
ship 20feblw* designs to select from. All 'I beautiful waterfront lots. This FOR SALE OR RENT-House con- c'. R. YAEGER Splendid list of valuable propertyand
prices. :Mayes Printing. Co.., Pensacola. FOR SALE-House at Goulding oa pn1efor a short rime only. For fur ta'oing four 'rooms and hall on Jor- fine location for a Coony! or Stock
W\\TED-A good cook at once. Apply 16feb. hard road, 4 rooms, bath and kitca- ther particulars call on or write to' dan street near Palafox Rent $8.00 202 Thiesen Building. Phone'.86.Miscellaneous Farm I 1& South East Georgia.
22 EL'Garden. ISfeblw _' en: nice stable. Strictly cash. M. PENSACOLA.' INVESTMENT CO. month. Address T. Newell R. F. D. Some of the' choicest residence
WANTED-To lease or buy a five or S. Borras, Standard Oil Co.'s office' places 1- the beautiful little city of
WANTED-Three short goods solicitors six room cottage. Price' and terms Pensacoia, Fla. SOJanlm. No.1. City. 22feb DeFuniak springs Fla.. and in Milton
Solomon Furniture Co. Sfeb must be reasonable Address Good I I ale FOR SALE-Five room house on 40
= Tenant care .Tournal.Ufeb.. FOR SALE OR RENT- 0 acre farm; For acres of good land suitable for truck with' Fla.Our prices and terms are.reason
"WANTED anager-for branch office 5 miles from city on Bren road: 7 HACK No 12-Always ready
garden on P. &; P R. R.,5, % mites
wish to locate here in Pensacola. .' FOR SALE Large .horses an'f'mUl s, ; reliable driver. C. H. Taylor, pro- able.Cal
we WANTED-The public to know that room ?, all fenced in; 5 fields; 2 from Pensacola. Call on or address on or write to us.TURNER&AYMARD.
Address, with references. The Mor old, newspapers can be ,bought atthis story barn, good water mail box on for turpentine op rators'and log men. Mrs. L. E. H Di-I TMllview.. Fla. prietor. Phone 1236. Hackman's Exchange *-
\Vholeiala House, Cincinnati, Ohio.CfebUn office for five cents a bundle. They the land.. Address "Farm." care We guarantee satisfaction.: Address 22feblw* Paone, 185. SOfeblm
: are all clean and nice. Journal. ISfeblw Wa I'JRaI.Co.,, ; .., G. G. Cobb. manager -i --
,. Chipley. Fla23feblm.: FOR SALE AT A SACRIFICE-Eight NOTICE-I offer my services as surveyor -
WANTED.-Eleti work of eh kind. FOR SALE-For a few: days only. 2 I beautiful lots in block across street ,locating homesteads for the
lots opposite the Hagerman resi- FOR.SALE' -Household furniture by people of western counties of Florida-
WANTED clean I east'of the Stoddard place on East
Let us your fans! repair \our ,
before March
dynamo do: jour wiring etc. PU-TIS dence. New City 62500. :Fine location private fcalet. Apply:Hollifred: I Hill; if ,sold at once $1200; also 17 Address W. J. Stevens, Surveyor, Flo- Real Estate and

\KEJtS. ge\ K utI nan.s prices 570. Penuacola: : ctr! Co. 205 S. for a home., Apply B F.. Wolfe.Citizen's I just'.Jlajor..Lewilpor northwest' of,city. Take place Park, lots on. North Railroad' street; excel- rala Ala. ICfeblm Abstract Company,
Bank. ISfefrlm lent location for factory or building ''ViaviTreatment"
for developing and finishing. Best Baylen Irwin. VIAVI-The patrons of the
'F. L.
to end of line.
and cncapesi in city. Mail orders receive FOR SALE-beautiful block In New 23feblw* I site;' must goat t>nee or price will are cordially invited to P. 0, Box r 115 r DeFunlak Springs Florida.
prompt attention. Romana and ANTED-To loan money on ypur City. Tract No. 31%. For' cash $CO!). not h<;>ld good-$123000. Apply to call at Hotel Southern! Mondays and
Palafox Sts. 20feb. watches, Jewelry and personal effects Apply to A. M. McMllla Court Houaa. NORMANS PILLS.-Just received Jno. H., Kohler care Saunders Mill Fritters! from 2 to C p. m.. where they ---- -- -- ----

Highest cash price for old gold laug 55,600 Compound Cathartic. For Co.,,.29 E. GardenSt, w.FOR can meet the representative, Mrs H Board and Rooms.

WANTED-Position as day or nfght and silver. Lightman &; ,Klein. 106 E. THE GREAT LINDSAY LIGHT Burns sale at The' Alligator- and' West End SALE.-Nice.,, clean newspapers' P. Booth. Phone 1027. llfeblm _

Address watchman.B.. care First Journal class references.20feblw wright. Phone 112.7.Money less gas and gives you more light Saloons. ____ ISnovln for sale Only 5c a bundle. They I will tune and repair pianos and organs BOARDERS WAN'IED-1rwo persons '
for less money than any lamp yet FOR SALE First.class grocery store make: good wrapping paper and are as cheap as any one and do first who will room together on first floor
WA "TED-To loan money on your made. Try It aDd see for your self. and meat market-in connection fixtures lust,the' thing to put under matting. class work only. My phone is 802-2 at 616 East Gadsden St. 24feblw

personal property and household to Loan. Booklets free. Call up 380 and ask etc. Reason for selling leaving -FOR SALE-3 acres land: on Town rings. Orders promptly attended to. FOR RENT One front furnishedroom (
goods. Mobile Loan Co. corner Jefferson about them. 28 East Governmentstreet. the city. Address P. O. Box 697. Point opposite city near marine J. Conrad Scott.SHIP ,
MONEY TO LOAN-Everybody bore F. B. Bruce febll-lm 7f&b .' down .stairs anti one upstairs
and Zarragossa Sts. rows money from Jno A. Hall & I $3O0 ca'sh- p water frontage. Address CHANDLERS-McKinzie Oert- 20 W. Wright St, near Escambia .
&&feblni_ Co, 16 E. Government street. WhenIn I FOR SALE-7-room house at Gould- FOR SALE-Eight Water Spanielpuppies. r Land. care Journal. lOfefr Ing & Co.. wholesale and retail ship hotel. 24feblw.

COURT HOUSE DYEING Pressingand need call oil us.: -- 9feblm Irfg. Apply to F. L. ASk rgren.Gouiding. Mother and father imported I I FOR SALE-Two or three wagons, chandlers and grocers, only first-class
Fla. 28janlm from Bilboa, Spain. Apply to Pons horses house of kind in city. Fair prices to all. FOR RENT AFTER MARCH 1Three -
and if
Cleaning Club. 118 N. Palafox I I drays, cheap, taken
MONEY LOANED coT all kinds of clean old Barber Shop or to 422 E. Government few Phone 614 Feed will make your furnished rooms suitable for
St, Mrs T. J. Davis Prop. Your pat per FCItSALE-Nice. newspapers within a days. or apply Como Hen !
ronage solicited; satisfaction guarant sonal property'on short notice. at live cents a bundle. This office -''St. 17-feblw at 403 N. Reus street. 27 Jan. hens lay and keep them in a healthy Irght house keeping. Apply at 505 B.Gadsden. .

ed. Careful attention given ladies' Terms easy. J. B...Gray &, Co., 2 W. I FOR SALE-The Lewis Bear Co. are condition. Try it. For sale by, the 23feblw

garments. Phone 1222 SfebW I Romana. Phone 1165.. ifeb I AUTOMOBILES. am agent for the agents for the famous Corno Hen I I LOST Lewis Bear Co Tfeb FOR RENT-Two nicely furnished

.\ "TDD-You to use Corno, Hen MONEY: TO LOAN.=On real estate or Pope Mfg. Co. and can sell you autos Feed. Finest thing in the world to -- NOTICE-The owner will not be responsible rooms at P. Stone's residence IT N.
fleed' This makes jour hens lay I other sufficient security by apply. from $500.00 up. They cost less than make hens lay. Keeps 'em in good feb STRAYED OR: -LOST Small pup 2 for debts contracted bj Palafox St ISfeblw

and fattens them. Try it. For sale Ing to Thos. Pebley car, Palafox and horses to keep up. They can be run condition too. I I months ora; black and white. Return the captains of the schooner Kate.
by The Lewis Bear Co. 7feb I Romuna. up stairs. ITnor-m. In sand or anywhere a horse can go. FOR SALE.-South halt block 2 11'1 I to 811 N.. Spring Liberal re-Fay Alabama or Sallle Guy H.Sfeblm Jernigan. WANTED few boarders at 212 W.
Leslie E. Brooks. fronting 400 feet on 13th street 'ward. 24feb2t owner. Portland. Fla. Qregory. New house, good neigh
\V\NTED-Everybody in Pensacola MONEY TO LEND-On good real estate 107% feet on Bay Iew Park; also Is-to certify that the Ferry borhood and on car line. IGfeblm*
to know that the Y. M. C. A. build- security. or on good collateral JUST RECEIVED-Large saipment of south half of block 212. fronting 400 I I LOST-Dark red cow short and heavy This Inspectors and Shippers Association ,
in,; was built of brick made by the at lowest rates. Leslie E. Brooks. imported Olive OIL Retail by pint, feet on 14th St., by 137% fet! on Bay with white spots. Left horn broken Pass are not responsible for tha NICE FURNISHED front room, south.
P>nsacola Brick Co., and they are prepared Fisher building. 21Jaa gallon or larger quantity. G Morasso View Park. The only property adjoIn. off Branded D B. Reward for return following boom receipts of their In- ern exposure; halt block from .Pala

to furnish jou J. S. Walton MONEY LOANED on all kinds of personal & Co. ship Palafox.chandlers anffl grocers.. .4oet.701 ing 'Bay View Park that Is now f.jr to:14 W Intendencia.20feblwi section: Receipt No. 1347. of G. D fox .Apply 32. C. Gregory. 20.feblw*
M8r feb property on short notice. sale. The, beautiful view down tho I Robbins; receipt No. 1348 of Fe 'g1n
Choice lots East Hill the bay be No. 1295 of Chas FOR RENT-One nicely furnished
J.'W. Dullard FOR SALE on bayou and down can never and Hassell; receipt
MATTRESSES made to order;. old Terms easy. upstair Price reasonable Clubbs. LOST-Black female setter pup- Pas Inspectorsand 24 West Romana St.
Palafox St. Phone 1144. for sale. Address obstructed. A. V. 30Jly i'I Snowdens.. Ferry room at phone
nuuresses renovated and new tick 28i. South Lots care Journal. 20feblw, about one month old. Reward for Shippers Association, by J. T. 548<< ilfeblw'
furnished if desired. Ring phone 771 noT FOR SALE-My property 416 E. Brained return to G. B. McGill, 706 E. Jackson JanZSla -
!er call at 111 E. Belmont St 2feblm FOR SALE. .-Only 4 young;, Boa.piga St. consisting of four lots 40 St. ISfeblw* Har er. Pre! THREE FURNISHED ROOMS for
I I UNLIMITED amount or money to loan sired by Duke of Florida, 68923 out x50 feet; a two story 'dwelling! containing -' :JOHN FLO. Boot and Shownaker. rent, suitable for light housekeep
\V AN TED.-Reafl tate for sale or I on all kinds of personal property. of Orphan Lee. or Baltimore. 58544. I 6 rooms. hall ways bath room LOST;: .A pstition containing number Fin custom work to order; repairing Ing. Apply 501 W. Chase. ISfeb
rent leasa or exchange. Your buslie3 Special rates to business men on large i All guaranteed with registrations and closets and pantry. On car line; will of signatures of value to no one but ; material and workmanship guar -- ----- _-
respectfully solicited. J. A. Wil loans. The New York Loan Co., 204H pedegrees. Carl Setterllnd Chipley, I sell entire property for 300000. .E. owner.. Reward for return to Journal anteed. Please give me a calL 120 TOURIST HOUSES No. 222 and 104
lon, Real Estate Agent. 22% W. Gov I South Palafox. Fla. '26nov. L. Reese. 22feb office.' Sfeb E. Government street. Phone 1086. N. Spring st. Good location. Spe.
'rnment street Room 7. Salisbury I I 27JanlmCUT clubs
ctai rates to parties or Apply
millding Phone 172. 23jan I FOR RENTFOR FLOWERS-Order* promptly Mrs. W. J. Williams 222 N, Spring St: '

ftNTED\ .-All kinds of electricalwork. filled for roses, carnations, flowers 3i/janlm_ *
I sell all kinds of electrical RENT :.Good; space at 613 South and designs of all kind Miss Battle NICE FURNISHED ROOMS for rent I

When batteries and other electrical supplies. I Palafox; good for barber shop or Some Attractive Real Estate Offerings Smith. 616 N. Barcelona. Phone 651. Newly furnished, clean sal nice*
you need me ring 345 or 955!i millinery store. Good' sky lights; always near poatofflce. Apply at 12814 K
R W TAILORING. L. Diamond, Tailor.
new Laundry build- In
cool and p'easant summer. Mrs.
Government street M. Trainer.
]is. E. Garden. Gents' clothing cleaned pressed and '
ISdec.NTED Apply next door A. DiLustro. 2 lots CO ft. frdnt on the .southwest corner Barcelona and Gonzalez streets, very select 'neighborhood. short notice. No. 1114 7janim.

\ .-A. R. Blngham wants 22feblw. _- ..' .. ... .. .... .. ..' .'..... .. io. .. .. .. ... .'. .. o ,..-., ..... ..,... .:'.. '.... ,-... ...$1500.00 repaired on St.. Pensacola. Fla. _
jour moving and hauling. He guarantees 5-room cottage and reception hall, back and front gallery.1'closets, house new and in good condItion West Government, \ Old newspapers at five cents a bunvJU
all breakage. Phone ,630.TEDTo FOR RENT Two 3-room at 'houses,434 on large lot on North 8th 'avenue., between 11th and 12th streets a bargain at,. .. .. .. .. .. ..1 ...$1200.00 Idee. j I at this office.! They are all clean '

W East Main St. Apply 438 ISfeblw or Corner 8th avenue and 12th street 5-room and hall cottage pantry back and front gallery gas and city' THE DAVIS MANUFACTURING CO and nice.____ ____________ :
:\ buy old gold and sil- East Main St. water house new. a large' lotT,-.,':. .., ,;.... .t, .... ,.. .. ............... ..?. '... .. .. .. .. ......$1700.00 wholesale and retail manufacturers BAY HflTIL.-open night and day. I I
vet, broken up stuff regardless' of FOR RENT Desirable two-story resi- Building lots on west side off. Reas Street between DeSoto and 'Strong---------- .'. .. ..$450.00 and dealers in cotton mattresses and, European plan. Rooms light and
106 Ize Cash paid. Ugntman & Klein dence. No, 208 West Gadsden St, 541-3 ft on West Romank street at tho' foot' o{'Spritfg St, improvements on:property renting for $12.00 bed springs. Second hand furniture' clean. Transient trade solicited.

E. Wright Phone 1127. Wm. D. Howe'..Thlesen Bldg. ISfeb per month.. ... .. .. :.. .... .. ........." ........ ...... ... ... .-.. .... .. ....' .. ?. ?..? .'.. ., ....$4000.00 bought and sold. Upholstering and: repairing 575-579 S. Palafox. Jas & Nlcolau.
'WAXTED.-Haullng transfer 40 ft by 170 ft. deep on East'nomana St, next to Bass & Co., a good investment* .. :-. .. .. ..$4000.00 a specialty 114 E. BelmontSt. I.
work. Office phone and 363 residence:, FOR REriT-Two story residence 5 lots on the South East corner of Spring and Lee streets; a splendid building' site.. .. ... ..'.2500.00 city. Phone 77L a T. DavIs, Prop.
Pao&e 390. Acosta White N.I with all 'modern conveniences' cor- Block 107 East K'ng'Tract! Belmon Numbering, on North Palafox street; between -Baylen and Palafox Mgr. njanlm -.--
Tarragona Et. & 22 25mar.WANTED. ner Spring and Strong St Apply C. thirty lots few days only at... ....., ..' .. .J.. .,. ....? .,..... ...'....... ....$5000.00 PORTER sallmaker- '716 South
H. Turner. _9feb. 50G; East Jackson street two story 8 rocm and hall house lath, gas, a delihtful home-and good neighborhood J. street Orders taken for STEArBOATSCHEDULE

.-The Merchant Transferin > 8-room lot 93 ft by 150...,*..., .. 4. .? .. .. ... ........ .............. ..;'.... ,...... -..... ..........$3500.00A Palafox stools and house STEAMER CAIT.. FRJTZ J, M.
Co. want your moving and .I FOR jNElegant24tory. five room and kitchen cottage on Little Bayou fronting on the water; lot 100'ft byt40 ft. deep, barn. tents awnings camp reasonable. Rogers, master. Passengers and
breakage guaranteed. Tt B. Tnor-. cottage at 318 West. Befcnont St. Apply and 18 bearing fruit trees, SO ft. wharf :running out into the water. The house bas been newly pa' ted and cots. etc. Prices 3ljan.ODra Freight service betw'een Pensacola
lien- Prop Phone 91!. iSJunelax ; to Walker Ingraham at Star Laun- papered, and wood work gralneJon Inside! house sits on bluff about 20 ft. high; small sail boat and row boat and Fre*port. &*. ,&t Baylen street

ATTRESSES RENOVATED. New .,dny._ !5JanFOR go with house near car line. *Thlg place la very cheap at.. '.. ... ....... ..';..0 f_.. ...,. ... ..'.. ..$1500.00 wharf \Vedneada.ys'and Saturdays.Tourists .
tiek furnished if desired. All done RENT\-Elegant two story storeroom 3 lots on Strong' street between 10th and 11th avenues. This property is voygheap at.. .. .. $650.00 Waollsts srofiiorpilD, Itadianm.elixtref *.. i and others desiring to'' ice
!Jn good order on short notice. Leave In"new Stl1f.Lauudry'butldtng.E. MONEY at the !'owest market rate o interest 'on improved or vacant cltyi rortyThe *: opJan.eo- places of Interest. on Choctawl.atchl
orders at Garden street Apply Walker In- a. leor & Bay and Santa Rosa Sound i should
Green & Watson. Phone j ott"Vttealart .
22dec.room laTJ'l boot this trip. Special rates for par.
183 ifeblm graham, Star Laundry. I II ILl oa hea.orsasatorleur mike
I -I II Fisher Real Estate Agency tretw ties of ten or more. For rates or
SECOND HAND CLOTHING WANTED A. R. BINGHAM hsito--ag9' for -'-.- nent.Adareu.DV. other Information, apply on bard or
-Highest price paid for gent's : rent suitable .for furniture or other I Phone 87., '206 South. Palafox: AND & M. WOOULKY, address P. Box 6S!> Pensacola Fla.

Clothing only. Also sell second hand I goods, 104 and 108 South Tarragona I rz:! 7Jwm.
10041. NO 3:) E. intendencla. St. Phone :430 SOno


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Reduced rates on all railroads and steamboats. Come and ;enjoy yourself.' ;See the arrival of

I I I I from .his past ye .r's retirement in Mystic Realms I

K I N a 'p R I 5 C U S.

1 See the military parade.::: Hear the. 'music 'of the .

See the Beautiful. the Bevvilderifcg! the Gorgeous: PAGEANT'F ./PRISCUS on, the evening of the 27th. .

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See the Coronation of the Quee '! It

2 ---Days of f .Furious, Frolicsome-= Iun--r2'. .IVI011ID';t 1 RJ.A111 2S TUESDAY a'nd 27. '

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,McMillan Bros. Co. down l fn the a fe March'r'points.option carried prices' !II

t REAL l ESTATE SHIPPING NEWS Today' was tender dan the New ANNUITIES !

IF YOUR Orleans market and there was paid tol -
r be about ,:..000"n ll s issued but I

these 'were ,immediately! stopped by THE- EQUITABLE LIFE issues anmuttes in various forms
H :B.A.: T Arrived; Lehman Stern & Co., and prices ini I to meet'the,circumstances of those who wish to purchase,
TRANSfERS Lizzie E. Demison Am sch.- Peck, mediately,steadied In both markets i and in 'all cases pay a much larger income than could be secured
452. to master.Elvira and) advanced r2cordftd. Spot' '
: a slight I lquotations'.in by any other form of investment Will be glad to ex.
IS FROM Port bk. Rodriquez. 1586, for the New Orleans market '
plain to )"oU the r advantages. lUng Priscus carries insur
Delagoa Bay with' 701.539 -s ft sawn were % to *6 cent lower' than the inferior .surfnce.in The Equitable.
timber.291,922 s ft lumber, MOBILE ALABAMA.MARKETS. : and'the factors' who are takingthe S

"THE OLD RELIABLE" 'Following is a list of tire deeds recorded VESSELS IK :'CRTSteamahtph.. / contract cotton say that holders

yes'ei! day reported by.The .. !V* will eventually reap a good harvest.We Insurance: ; Knowles RfAC Gen'( Alts
do; not look for much activity
It's all right! Good hats Pensacola Abstract Co: Ahoth to, Dutch order:S8,.Mulda, .., 1298. 'Rotterdam today ,and to-morrow on account of I' Fire, Ltf e Pensaola
W. II. Northup to C. E. D'Alem- Monday toeing 'delivery day In New -- -
hat busy- Fannsum Dutch ss, Scheltema G ..
keep our department t
York market and the whole situation
lots block 85.
berte, 20 21 and 22.
y hardly order 1597. West Hartlepool to W. Lv Wit- Pensacola Cotton Market. the conditions -
r j can them fast will depend .
West King Tract Sec. 28, T. 2 S. R 30 itch F..O. B. cotton upon ""': : .:S: ;u "'
enough for the demand. C.Gunter Elmore there. OnJ. prominent house mad -
W., $120. Kirkswood, Br S3, Larson,.2095.Lon 'broker, gives the following quotations the claim that there still remained along PrlNAAGOLBIron
The way we know them and F. C. Brent, trustee to C. W. Mer
don.Pleamoor for February 23: interest March of at least 200
I r sell them bring every advantage ritt, lots 1 to 8,'inclusive lots 15 and Br ss, P/est, 2803,'Mobile i Good Middling. .. .. .. .. ..10'. 000 baits to be liquidated. Should Works and Supply Co.

of quality and style to the 17 to 21. in'lusive. block 11. West King to master. Strict Middling. eo .... .. .. ..10%i this,prove.true, it might cause a s9r'cus N
t wearer. There's a large Tract $I and other considerations. I Secunda Br ss, Donnelson, 1309".Middling.. .. .. .. .. ... .....10 break as ,we do not think theholders Manufacturers and Repairers:! of }
number F. C. Brent trustee, to. C.V.. :Mer Tenerelffe to The W. S. Keyser.Co. i.Strict Low Middling.- .9'.i:! could if they wished to take MACHINERY AND BOILERS ;

['s of men buying hats here ritt. lots 16 and 22. block 11, West Sliedrecht, Dutch ss,'Vessen- 1951, Low Middling.. .. .. -. .. .. ....5Ih care of that much cotton but this estimate FORGINGS MILL AND STEAMSHIP SUPPLIES
today that began buying them King Tract $1 and other considera Galveston. ; Stains and tinges% to 1 cent lower may be exaggerated somewhat ,
here when they were \ youngster tions. I Teodora de Tanniga, Br ss, Hudson,I "Ye think if the long interest In March STEAMSHIP REPAIRS A SPECIALTY
2539.: Hull. balesit Prompt attention given to all orders day or night Agents
Danltt Chichester to D. .Baggettani Naval Stores. should prove as large as 100.000
;; They know :rTugela, Br "21 Vera for James McK>r.& Co.'s ce.ebrate4 Log and Timber Dogs also
.. T. J. Cusion. SE'i of frac. Sec. ss, Lacock. 48. 'Savannah Ga.. Feb.'23.-The. naval would reduce values very materially l
v 34, T. 6 N. R. 32 W, 16 acres $1920.E. i Cruz. -j stores market closed today as follows:: ajthough probably only temporari- Chains of;all descriptions. b
4 + Phoii 1: PHil.
Office 3. WITTMAN, E
,' Vivina Span ss, Bustinza, 1983, Liverpool Mgr.
DUNLAP HATS. S. Buckingham to W. L. Mojer, WW .6 20VG 1)) '
all) that portion of the E. 224 ft. of to Gulf Transit Co.thipa. \ .. -*.. .
r STETSON HATS, lot 16. all of lots 17 and 18. block 184 ,I N .. ..... V.;.f; .-.' .'. '..5, 90 New Orleans is of a much better '---Wo 0Jc
of the Maxent Tract $500.!) Ital ship 45 grad than in New York therefore it
Avegno Genoa S..5
1601 ;
YOUNG BROS. HATS, M..S. spot ;........... ..... .. .
if W. M. Carney to J.V. Dan. Nl to Rosasco Bros. I K.' 5 20 J jb not surprising that the large .MH-H.- N 1N N1 N deNC e Ne06

NO.NAME HATSH of SE\4 Sec. 1T,5N,1L33W.,80 Casanova, Ital bk, Avegno, 1069,. 'I. ?.. .. 4.55H house in the Crescent City should ac- : aCOM'PANYI
acres 6$40.A. (Genoa. ..-.' .4 25 cept all 'offers and we! have been of a

A: Fisher to Matilda Massey, Elvira. Port ship, Rodriques, 1488, G .. .".-.4 05 toI 15 the,:opinion from the statt that this I AUSLEY G i C
lots 9 and 10. block 132. East King Lisbon to order. F .;".. ..4 05 to 4 15 would 'b& done, but New York wherealmost
Tract $800. w .4 05 anything in the shape of cotton
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The West Pensacola Land Co. to A. ... .. '. .4 05 can be delivered it is an entirelydifferent '
I Adele Swed bk\ Janse 596 Havana, :D : -
d John White Store C. Blount. Jr. all of blocks 106, 107 Due Cuiginl Ital bk. Ohvari, 125S, C .- : .. .. .. ..4 03; staple proposition.always but poorer Good gradesare grades i COMMISSION BROKERS : c
and 108, petterson's Addition to Cityof Genoa to order. Spirits Turpentine 69-cents.
of to the
Ipeclalltl In Men'm Wear. Pensacola, $1.00. I Ciamipa' Bmelia Ital bk, 864, ar3 not so easily '
t Ha Street j
The Wall speculator
i\\ 2O5-207; S. Palafox Street. Matilda Massey to A. A. Fisher lots vana. Error In Quotations. consumer.who has been the principal factor i il WEST INTENDENC1A STREET, 'PENSACOLA, FLA. 1F
9 and 10. block 132, East King Tract, Gudny Nor bk, Saanum, 821, Ham Owing to an error in a telegram ''In that market Is hardly goingto .
Phone 225.. east of Tarragona street. $800. burg to master. giving Savannah Natal: Stores quota the cotton and(: pay for it 1
! II. F. Maneely i to A. A. }Fisher that j Pedro Lacave, Span. bk. Marlsfang. tions the quotations dated Feb. 17, 19 He take i is not-in? the least Interested In the i Private \Wires N. 1, N. 0.. and Chicago.COnONSTOCKSGRAINPROVISIONSaHdBONDS. f fi 4
undivided z of E1/* of E'a! of Sec. Jour
509, Savannah to Rix M. Robinson and 20. which appeared The legitimate trade and when he sees It
18,- T. 2 S. R. :30: W., $100 and Ital incorrectly .
.. oth-erf Providenza bk Olcese.: 1185. nal on grades below G.. were given is a 'case: of take the cotton or quit
considerations. Starthem, Br bk, Maitland, 1272, !! and should have been 4.05 think he will undoubtedly quit. But !
B. F. Bache to Cora E. Hyatt all of Antwerp. we; the March position is cleanM up i i
N .Electrical Displays For lots 13, 14. 13:;, 16. 17 and 18, block' Thomas Ital bk, Lano 803 Naples AUSLEY & CO?S REPORTS once we look: for a good substantial advance .

239, New City Tract, $100 and other Umberto I, Ital bk, Olivari, 766 Liverpool Cotton .Market. i < Bought and Sold on Margin or for Investment. :
Mardi Gras. considerations. G-enoa.to Rosasco Bros: CIon ..

Let us but In your electrical display Chamberlain's Cough Remedy the I* Schooners.Horatio Baker Am. sch, Mohr, Jan:Feb... '.. 5M"9FebHar is The Kennedy's Original Laxative Laxative Honey Cough and Syrup Tar. $ Reference: .Firs!.National l and Peoples! Ba ks, Phone I 1173 1 z

for the Carnival. We can do it bettor Mother's Favorite. f 720, Lagna to J. A. Merritt & Co. r-Aprll. f0Apnl > It'expels!) .all cold from the system by ...
; NNNNNNO/i 6000Nte"t1N tl+4.01"490pNee0Am1Nt
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cheaper and quicker than any The soothing and healing proper Barkentines 'iABeatrice May .. .11.6:1<: acting as_a ;cathartic on bowels.Kennedy's ;
1+* Other firm. Nothing too large or too ties of this ,remedy,.itf pleasant taste Casaveggio M.ay.June..5.58Jnne Laxative lfoney and Tar is I tit..-.0....""........................: a
small for Am bktn 1430 Jal .869July : and harmless cure for t
| us Ring phone 570 or 674 and prompt and rmniient cures:: have a certain, safe :
and our representative will call on made It a favorite with people every Rotterdam to Pensacola ,Lumber Co. .Anr, st 80Augaat colds, croup and whooping cough. 1,

you. where. It is especially prized by Fort Caroline de France Koch to Dan' bktn,. Ilolm, September.5.57_. ,... 881 Put of 1I
McKenzie ber-Oetober
.Oarting 8Pp < NOTICE. in Plenty Light
mothers of small children for colds, & Co oetober-Nov.mber .......8.H CREW |
a Pensacola Electrical Co. croup and whooping cough, as it al NoT mber-Decenjber,,.,.- .5.50, Neither the captain owner I
affOrds quick relief and -------- or consignees of the rt
E ways as it : ------r December-January .. a. : .. .

zF 205 S. Baylen. drug.contains It may no opium be given or other as confidentlyto harmful Safes! Safes! :Safes! New York-/Cotton Market. :British responsible Bark'! Stratherawillb for debts;:Ii I for the Mardi Gras I
the of
a baby as to an adult. For sale by High Low Ooze contracted by .crew

1 Oottiroll all druggists. Buy Diebold J afes! March.............Open 10.25 4 1033 1017 It 83M said :vessel... I
T.104*. 10&5 10.39 10 Mjaiy I. .
FINE. PHOTOGRAPHS. FOR THE CHILDREN Scarritt Moreno law.: 1 10 iJ low:' 10.72October..ll1.1 Master. Make your: place of business blaze with light L'sH *
l 1021 IUS 1022 W. R. TA\:LOR & CO..
', Pensacola, Fla. ? : gets the crowd, the crowd has dollars to spend you have J
December.td,40 10.21 1019 10.7 'Consignee's.CREW the goods io,sell. Better let in arc 4Jamp.It
Agent. : 1. us put a bijj gas
Trlelc With Matches.In 1-! 4 :
-- ; New York Spota. 10 S9; *
.e ....l _will prove a fine investmentA .
a plate or basin filled with water NOTICE.Ii y
k -
f place eight matches In the form of a I ---r- ';: :; Wheat.. .Neither the captain own : .. :
I Open Hisrh Low' ClOY er or consigneers of the I: .
star taking care that only the lower .
May_. *i a-:** s1.'* *".,l. Dutch steamship Slieiecht, j .
To the Men part of each match shall become wet, !I July._S1'.' -. .bl', P4 81 l"I w'll! be responsible for debts !J
i and next prepare a magician's wand ink i I : j '3 ,contracted by the crew of i Pensaeoa Gas C mpany i
1 such a .manner that it will resemble a I Ii SEEDSI I I Corn. said vessel.. II! 0g

short ebony staff with two ivory tips. ]I II Open Sigh Low Close V1S3OR.. Phone'148.. 24 and 27 E. Garden Street.
IWho Are i I I A suitable ebony staff can be made t; MAr..;X '3 4l4: Master. Z04NONb
I of black varnish Joly_.U*{ 439.i 43'i 431,, W I,. WITTICH & CO. +0.NON..N.NNO.si.ON.ON.ONN.N.e.e..
by putting a coat on _. .. ,
WHICH'SUCCEED'_ Consignees.A
Market '-- -
Stock -- -' --
a small tin tube and as substitutes for ; I New :York. .. r------ ; :
Hard to Please Open Close
: the Ivory tips a small:! cylindrical piece I
FouthernPacific............- <* $ WiCopper
of soap and another of. sugar must be I ...UO h 111 CARRIAGE. Again Under! the
used. Seeing these white objects at i in Suits. Hats Shoes and of the staff, the audience : lAtch...................._.... 8N'd' DiA. '. I I LEW' "HOUSE 1 Management of
the ends carriage
two When want a ;ooi
Furnishings we extend a .E "..........H.:.......!...:..It11. 1613, you Lewis
s cordial imitation to call can readily be made to( believe that I I LIST.-.. III t t'h: prompt.service and safe and careful: Mrs Helen
treatment, remember the original
they are ivory tips. IB..t 0 .:.... no inEri
and sea our stock. We the matches to come together i i ,i ................ '*3* 43:?. HACKMAN'S EXCHANGE. I New Re-Painted, Re-Papered and Thoroughly Renovatedf
; can please the most exact If you want When You Buy, I C.F.I ..:....::...;..... '3:'. 841j PHONE 185. -f
; ing. Our prices are so all that Is necessary is to dip .." founded 1892"and it epi.lly.Convenlent for Transient Trade.
Y U. 8..:.....'. 41J 4!J< It was fn has al I ;
!' low they they will please the sugar tipped( end of the*wand in the ;I Get the Best. U.S.. preferred.............. 1004. 107K.S reputation for polite and careful drlv'I' 'UNION DEPOT PENSACOLA FLORIDA.
V everybody. while ourt water about the center of the star, for 1 It's the Cheapest in the Had. I .._... 81*, S1S: ers and the best informed -
valuws are correspondingly the will at once begin to draw': L.& N;.... (4. 147' the .city.. Following are the' members
h hteh. King Pris- sugar and Lad, ..- 8234. .a Ii l lMet and helr hacl* numbers: u. .. '
the water into its naturally -
1 cus thinks so, too. pores I m*; 111 .- 1 j-t-
Soioman, No. A :
M. L
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the matches'will crowd together in the > .I.;
I Can,Pac..,...,:/........... ITt I:'r, 171 5" J. Slallworth., J. E. Morris --
No, ; ,1;
same direction. On the other hand if : ......;.. 14s!. 1464 ,
i ,; Suit3 .. .. .. ..$7.50 to $15.00 you; want the matches to move away {i Landreth'sNew : P.O N.Y.C.... 3t 4 KS 'No. 8; S. Sunday, Jr.. No. 11; C.I ICE COAL and WOOD
.. .. .. .. H. Tajlbrv) No. 12: O. Abdelcothe. No. ,
Hat up to .. $3.50 from each other all that is necessary is I R'DO.... .. ... 1SS 13P16t.P ,
Shoes. ... .. $3.00 and $3.50 the nd of the wandIn .. .!,.v ,. 17J tf 179',I 15: IUX Parker. No. 18; T. H. Hear I -.7. from the
? Dandy Shirts 50. '7."c ant $1 to dip soap tipped will I I ILI.....................*....... gill" II 5"i old.-JyX 21; S. Bibbs No. 26; M. Patterson Consumers'- and Fuel Company.
Ties. .. ..:20, 25 and 50 cents the water for the soap at once b.B....... 88'. .JI81..4, No. 30); A. J. Braswell No. : .
begin to melt and the water thrust II I T.o. L.....-.........:_. J 4S 153Penns. All the. above are nice, .closed Offlc& Corner-ChaBe"and Tarragona Phone 259-
back by the fat which has gathered on Crop 13 4 139 ridges. 71:1 I

,i WE'LL BE GLAD TO its surface will naturally break up the I U.P.-.- 149 &03.i Signd.J.. STALL.WORTH. Pres.By ---__ _
starlike formation and drive the i 1- C. TAYLOR Sec. and Tres.
t. I| matches in various directions.This Ausley& Co's.. Daily Cotton Letter '
AND SEE' U&H I is an amusing trick and one Just Received. New York, Feb. Liverpool, flu NEW .METHOD LAUNDRY

,r ; which never fails.to create. a good deal very little jesteYday as was expected
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dio-! do *'
I of surprise but what Englishman wt!
I. I -- in the nature ofa: surplrse to th f. t*. LAWKtXCt.. [, 'Proprietor, N. 8 Wat ....;.. St. Ph nf fad

z r & talent in general -coming about unchanged .. _. .. -. .-
Polle Innovation. -'-- -
when decllm
I Court on contracts a
An English police court comes'to the W. A.. D'Alemben e II: of at least" 8 points was looked for ,
t "
0. ANSON front with an antiseptic New Testament This 'mornings'cabjes were not so eneouraging -
for oath taking purposes. The ,: spotbeing-: reduced: : SHINGLES :SASH DOORS WINDOW GLASS
I covers are guaranteed to be death to Druggist and Apctliecirj, points furtherwhile the 'arrivals werE ,

CASH CLOTHIER, genes Telephoni'109. also somewhat'lower, bat the markei t fPANCE'Sfitullfiii -':BUILDING MA'TERIAL.P.h'oneill. .
j I held steady throughout the aesaloi
; Corner Pelafoz and !Main I and closed 8te.d1at: advance Thmarkets' E H. G. eSllfJco..
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I Nice, fresh:: boiled-"'Shrlm ."- to"Joe; !1Zt Santa ; on: taU,>>i Id, (?:opened 'practlc t4 ,[IMlLSIIu.et. .. O.___. I

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