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: January 20, 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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Thousands Mourn Death of Chicago's -

HOUSE Merchant Pr/ilce--Bt/si1Jces Suspended JAPAN .: WAS DISINTERREDTO Threatens to Come to Pensacolaand

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During Hours of Funeral. SET SCANDAL AN REST Do Some Killing on

cussion of Deficiency Measures By Associated Presj. Mr. Field was placed in the vault at'I' Luke E. Nominatedfor Sight
Chica:;'), Jan. 19.-The funeral services Graceland cemetery. i.General Wright REMAINS NOTED SUICIDE POSITIVELY I IDENTIFIED BY THE .

for Marshall Field: were h"ld Never before in the history of Chicago -'I
Imitated the Members During today at his late home 1905 Prairie has such respect been paid to Position by the Presi-- PHYSICIANS_ -RUMOR THAT ROBERT I K. DARGAN WAS

Session.INSURES avenue and in the first Presbyterian i the memory of a private citizen as I STILL ALIVE PROVEN WITHOUT FOUNDATION. NIXON CUT THROATAnd

I church. Tlie service at thj home was,I was shown today to that of Mr. Field.j r dent.
held at 11 o'clock and was characterized : During the hours of the funeral services --
by simplicity and brevity, and I at the house and the church all By Associated Press. on July 11, 190;) created sensation at
none but those immediately connected of the laige retail establishments on Darlington, S.' C., Jan 19.-In' the that time Otherwise Tried to Kill Himself
\ with the family and household was State street were closed;; tha 1,000 Henry C. Ide Will Probably Succeed presence cf half a hundred citizens and The baay: was exhumed by permh.1
in attendance. The service at the enterpriss operated by the membersof SOn! of the father of the But Nerve Failed.
church was held an hour later and I the Chcago: Commercial Club and Him in Philippines.NEW representatives of, the life, insurance vho in a letter said the permission I ,
was attenled by many of the friendsof situated in all parts of the city were t, companies interested the rave of was granted to set at rest the scandalous I --

r i Curb Department Heads in Demands Mr. Field. This service too, was closed, the board of trade held but a1 I i 1 Robert Keith Dargan was opened this rumors that had persstently! !
I been the effect that Mr. Dar
private and irorning. tq ,
admission to the church brief sesson: and on every club house AMBASSADOR WILL SUFFER -
for Supplies. was by card. In the afternoon a memorial and prominent office building in the Physicians pronounced the body gan was not dead but had pretended CHARGE OF BODY WHICH WILL
service wag held In the auditorium business section of the city flags were' SEVERELY IN A FINANCIAL II therein to be that of the late president I suicide and escaped to Europe.
,'which was packed to the doors displaced at half mast. A number o'> the Independent Oil Co., and the I The body was badly decompose', BE BURIED AT HOPKINSVILLE
by the employees of Marshal Field & mass meetings were held by various WA* BY ACCEPTANCE, jO'F': APPOINTMENT I Darlington Trust Co.. whose sensa- but Identification is said to have been

\DER NEW LAW USE OF CON. Co. R-JV. John A. Morison pastor of organizitions during the day: and resolutions -GRISCOM WILL I tional suicide by taking carbolic acid 1 complete -BELIEVE HE INTENDED TO

TINGENT FUND WILL NOT BE the First Presbyterian, church officiated eulogizing Mr. Field were SURRENDER-FAMILY DENIES
at all three services. Tha ,body ofFOR adopted. BE AMBASSADOR TOBRAZIL., .
PERMITTED AND NO REIM. I Millions Suffering from CHARGES AGAINST; HIM.Special .
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BURSEMENT ALLOWED-FAIL. Government Arraigned by By Associated Press. Famine in Nothern JapanBy .

ED Washington! January 19.-Luks E.
Wright governor general of the Henderson Ky., Jan. 19.-The family
BILL. Attorneys the Packers
Philippines has, been named by the: Associated Press. this year has beon about fifteen percent of llohn B. Nixon who committed

I I I president as the first American ambassador Washington. Jan. 19.-According toInformation' of an average crop and famine suicide in a bath room at Hotel Hen

By Associated Press. I By Associated Press. ers said that Commissioner=: Garfield I I to Japan. received at the Japanese has broken oui in the three northern derson on Thursday by firing a bullet
The indications are that Henry C'I provinces of Fukushima Miytgasi and through his heart stoutly deny that'his
(Jan. 19.-Reform in Chicago Jan. 19.-Attorneys for the had declared in the presence of witnesses here the northern provincesof
\\rassinjaon: Ide, of Vermont at present the senior i embassy Yiwate which have altogether, a population -
'\ that if he was allowed' to obtain guilty of robbing and setting firt
':' evidence from thg books of the to the Kress store in !iFensacola.
;;r:; ,mon agitated the House to4UH -I sharply today for the policy; they declared packers he would not consider thi and acting governor j general in famine 'Which only the quickest relief thousand
: '( he entire tfme of the fives it had through Commissioner evidence the abaence pf Governor1' .Wright will will be able' to check. The failure of the silk crop has also The suicide's brother W. H. Nixon.:
so gained to be the
same as here and took the body to Hop
receive the appointment to that office The information shows the rice crop augmented the general suffering.PRIVILEGES Celtic
a :' quarter hours sessbn was de- or 'Corporations Garfield, pursued in if it had been develop: before him at the latter's transfer. He will kinsville where The funeral will beheld

':: ,, udiscussion.. the inve&Jisatkm of caar.!es made an informal hearing. lie declared he upon not remain in offica long however on Saturday Deceased had another
against the packers. 'would, prcve this bv Commissioner=: II brother, J. C. Nixon, who is in
i>. ,iigw\ deficiency appropriao and there is reason to ':believe that
Attorney John S. Miller! who made Garfield himself! if the commissioner I ,'' GINNERS ASS'N.COTTON business in Memphis, Tenn.
;;: \\it: being considered underi his successor has"alrcad): been practically -
' erm-ia, : debate order and Mr. Lit- the opening statement for the pack- 'Would take the stand. decided upon. I OF At the time of his death Nixon had

v>: ,n V"W York who is: in charge Governor General Wright expected' REPORTBy only $2.75 and was evidently strand
had his and also
ed. He cut throat
ihe !
lIP! t bj pointing
! i i pace '
.,. of the of to remain in this" country. untll June, attempted to open the veins of his
failure legislation GREEMEGAYNORCASE
although this program may b? some-: arm and .leg in St. Louis or some other
L "4 i curb the heads of depart SEN TEN CEO TO
,>- ,n !'h-11' demands for deficiency what altred by his new appointment.i Associated Press. FOREIGNERSINCUINA city west but probably did not have
UNDER WAYBy The following: annouireanent was i I Dallas, Texas Jan. 18.-The semi nerve enough to complete the job
o On.owinc; illustration of the need mado today ,at the war department: I monthly bale report of th$ National Nixon arrivou' here via the L & N.
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"Judge He now vice-governor of Ginners' Association; compiled today at 2:45 p. m. January 17 His throat
t >'>rin hirb wa/ cited was the ap- the Philippine islands has asked to be 1 shows that 176,406 bales have been was bandaged at the time and the

ro\l-al'on)-%\)ltorle:; ) of General J2.K1;> for Knox a portrait which At-of SERVE 13MONTHS 1 Associated Press. I I relieved, from further duty on the first: ginned from January 1 to January 15, bandage was found'. in his room after
of June next after six ,of faithful l.i himself.
-:: i General Moody had paid out of Savannah, Jan. 19.-Reading of the years reclusive. This added to, the govern he killed '.
'1\'.:a;;pni fund of the o'epart- indictments in Hie-Greene-Gay case 1 and fficienLprviescommIa-.I ment's,last census report'shoa; a total Ills brother who came here for the
,",11 DI jusurc and for which the bill occupied the session of the Federal t sioner and vice-governor' inthose of' 9s9'ro7rdui-ing; .the 'se soq'-ot bo tr refused to talk and took charge ,
,a' prnvisMin to reimburse. Under cc.urt to-day. There were four indictments I islands. The resident considers that 1!::1)'O); 6. of N1 on's baggage, containing all his '
embezzle he is entitled to the dignity and honor -I papers The brother Is much wrought
charging conspiracy,
\\0 n' V. :ltni-! this use of the contill I To Be Restricted Accord-
u' '11I11""I i noi be permitted. ment and receiving funds of the,, of the governor generalship durIng -' Greatly I UI)'over the charge that Nixon robbed
United States knowing them to have that reriod. On Gevornor Ides rank ofan'embassy the/coaipensation: and fired the Kress store and threat-

AILED TO AGREE ONRAILROAD been stolen, of 'great length and at!, retirement General James F. Smith, of the incumbent be raised from $12- ing to Present Plan, of Chinese ens to go to Pensacola and ,shoot; the
the conclusion of the reading "court now a member of the commissionand 000( to $17,500, but as Governor-General accusers on sfght. I I
RATE BILL Young Man Got this Sentence for adjourned' until tomorrow.REVOLUTONJi& former: just'ce' : of the Philippine Wright'a present salary is $20,500 he Government. Relatives at HopMnsville beheve j
supreme court wi'l! succeed him and will still b! suffering a considering !Nixon intended to surrender either at
Wellington: : Ian. 19.-The 1ou.c: With General Siniths.name wilr'be sent to financial loss. Commissioner and Henderson or Hopkinsville and think
:ami' d' on interstate and foreign Tampering RegisteredMail. TAKECAPITAL
the senate after the confirmation: of Acting Governor General Ide's present Associated the suicide was committed during amoment
aimdevilled two hours to-day : By Press :
abbe ration.
OF ECUADOR of mental
I Governor Ide. salay is $15,000 per annum.
,tl'MMi.v.ion' of railroad rate lega Pekin. Jan. 19.-lt is now proposed I Nixon's brother intoxicated and
I I was
In accepting the new appointment; : Governor-General Wright will succeed -
by the Chinese that all
aon'' tailed to agree on any By Associated Press I government I threatened a policeman at Hopkins-
Griscom who
Governor Wright sacrifices 8.500 at Tokio Lloyd C. ,
fcrefen settlements in China to beopeneJ ,
!111' i favorable report. It will knew of Nixon'scareer
Gua>'a<]>iil. Jan. 19.-The re'volu-I year in compensation. It is believed I was promoted from American minister in j I'\ille. He probably
a IH'' tic next the future nust differ iu
subject again on ) that he had traveled
--ri.i:,. James P. Coker, .a young man hailing |' tionist have entered Quito, the capital -i that congress will accept the recommendation -I at that place to American ambassador status from the old treaty ports. It I I west, but since the fire. Ills family
from the vicinity of Marianna, of Ecuador. Vice President Morena of Secretary Root in at Rio. Mr. Griscom is at -
that present
!}*mo. MIW members of the commit- i :: is pointed out that these treaty port|I[,I claims not in hfalng and are
was yesterday sentenced in the Unit- has assumed executive power and: : connection with the elevation of the on 1 leave of absence in this coun are practically foreign territory, anti he was
'mshi 10 have the words "just, II inclined to deny the charges against
ed istatea court to serve a term of will apooint new cabinet. American Tokio I
:311mallil and impartial" substituted a j :;;aton at to the try. "- therefore are able to dispute Chinese him
thirteen months in the Atlanta federal -
''I'I oliowmg! words in the Hep- claims for damages as was instanced j It is rumored that he carried $31.
,:-J\\ ..:: 'tairiv. remmerative an -annum .o.> but Chairman Hep- with some registered mail. was debarred from. maintaining troops
:'"11 and ,iihcr republicans would not Coker was arrested in this city to keep order. It is the plan of the I, WERE

;rte 'i ii .n- change. some months ago by Deputy Wolf, ______ government to greatly restrict the SHOCKED AT NEWS
having come here from a small to AH CZAR.STILLS ,.- .1 |privileges of foreigners.BIGELOW i 1- ,
along the line,of the P. & A, He :i::
Delegate from Alaska.'asnIng.tn furnished bond in the sum of $500 for Pensacolians especially those who
\' j___ TA1INTHLIGJ with' 'John B, Nixon
.lan. 19,-The Senate his before tfre United WILL were acquainted
:.:: ''i... appearance were shocked :yesterday morning
on territories to-day ordeiiram. term He I Age
States court at the present ; .
1 read the account of his
fa' they
repon on Senator Nel-- and his. bon IL-1 U1I/
did not pear,
dual life which he had
and the
:: suicide
is on.Mding! for GO UNPUNISHED
a delegate to men began a search for him locating
::::r:?c> from Alaska. him in Bainbridge! Ga. Just about 1 I been Pensacola.leading Many during were his loath residence to believe In-

this time CoKer got into a difficultywith : I that he had conducted hlmseifin
shot the By Associated Press.
some one there and per still
'RESENT and there are
IORTIWGOVRNMNT such a manner
I! Washington Jan. 19.-The senate go-in who believe that he was no*,
son.He then left Bainbridge and went: I Ii i committee on inter-oceanic canals has guilty? of robbing the Kress & Co..
ZOO to Montgomery where h.e was locatedby i postponed until next week consia'era- safe or else that hd was insane at
and placed the of Pouitney
postoffice inspectors. tion of recalcitrancy the time he did so.! '
under arrest. He was then broughtto I, Bigelow. It Is believed that he will The full story of the suicide together
Pensacola, ana' yesterday he entered i go unpunished.This with the history of his lifo
!!RDS AND LIZARDS of guilty in the' United was made apparent' to-day by
FROM NEW a plea while a resident' in Pensacola aspre.stated
States court and receive- a sentence I the postponement of the considerationof by The Journal 'yesterday
ZEALAND EN ROUTE TO of thirteen months. iI his recalcitrancy until after he has morning was read with interes, not

WASHINGTON. gone on with his testimony which only in Pensacola, but in other place
will be Monday or Tuesday The
vherc he was known.
FIVE: YEARS I .., committee had set Monday as that I Paid His Debts. 2
I : date for his examination! but Mr1. It is understood that although Nixonvas '
I S, By Associated Press. BANKERBy Digelow has asked that it 30 over until Indebted to a number of firms in
., n Frani'isco, Jan. 19.-Twehe of I Tuesday. While no definite actionwas Fensacola he settled! every cent of his
Z'lealand's most interesting:: taken, it is generally nnderstoo/i indebtedness before committing suiciue. .
:f; "id four lizards, representing that proceedings against the witness He had money on deposit in the
''nh 'Tpatures of their age rem Associated Press. v.ill not be begun. *, (People's Bank and recently those to
0:111'::' .: r the world have-been pro- Philadelphia\ Jan. 19.-HenrT Lear.! I Before the meeting several; of the I vrhom he was indebted received ;'

so n> x.w Zealand to the United!! former: president ,of the Doylestown. members said that they ha'i slept over ctecks: from him on this bank for the
ir 1 ml w.'re sent on the Sierra: !I Pa National Bank which failed several : ,, I the case; and are now disposed not to;amounts te owed. These checks werestnt
1::: Q'.! last trip from the Amiout. -!i years ago. was today sentenced by i make a "martyr" of a witness "vhosu, from IXM Angeles and were dat,04 -
"n :' .' u> :Ibt' government zoo, Judge Mcpherson in the United States testimony appeared to be of too little I' some days prior to the mailing of

\\'it MiuiRin!/; D. C. ,I Jistrict court to, five years imprisonment value to dignify his: conJuct with sum[the letters.
tp Sc-a.aml. gift includes! four :: ,In the penitentiary:, for embezzling ;, mary punishment:' i .

*> '',"i! maori hens four par'ou the funds of th, bank. This is # .
I,Ind! ) : ''enatara lizards. the minimum sentence An appeal was TO REMOVE STEEL
-1 ,, I It I MADE
: ... M i.v .< wingless and tailless] immedUtelv taken. Lrar was admitted IMURDERER
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f. athl'rs aie used in niak- to $IQOO bail pending the detsrai1 "II JROMTII.BRLUNBy
<:.Jan.s-- ".irn by the Maori chiefs.md" 1 nation :)f 'the appeal.: I : TOY GALLOWS
:< '. ht>n. known in New Zea- Lear was trfcvl;: thr e 'mrs for the I
lv 'n" III.-ka. j is a brown bird i, offense Two: 'cf.the t;!als resu'ted! in Associated Press.PhilaJ .
L i '*I':." :' :han the American hen. j a duagwement of th2 JUT)'. Th" third! I By Associated Press. lpha. Jan. 19.-A powerful -

:p C w-te*"' parrot is, a bird weighing i trial. which -was insisted upon br the I LouUville.: Ky.. Jan.. 19t-William.* magnet will be used tomorrow at a

.. .. ,(Oun"ann is such a pest in its I'. department of Justice at Washington 'Van Dalson, a white man. aged 23,I hospital: nere in an effort to draw apiece
'tI, that a reward is offer- I. resulted in conviction. Lsar W.lSI' 'i I was banged bare at 7:25 this morningfor '.- n rnment to induce Its charge-l with m'.sappljtss, fund3.or"-: the murder last -fall of Miss Fannie Sail of Winston. N. C. -S
<> l'l'IIMIOII bank amoaatlns to nearly! JS.OOtt. ,, Porter. Van Dalsen: occupied tits! <, While Sail was at nork in a machine 'it .
w naia'-a lIZard is about thirty Prior to the failure of the bank Lear six months ago a piece of
> I time in jail ,by making! toys amoftg shop
'ong ,
,'1II,, n i !''t*and. is the only known I I was a leading politician:: of Buck I them being a miniature! gallows witS metal penetrated Ms skull over the 1>
race in the world. '
county. I 3flLLALZTQf i a body suspended. Fqr -this he received -> right ear. It was drawn out but & <"!
r -. a orYfoR.cARn rn order from a Kansas City[ splinter cf st-el remains in the brain. fj4
Patious Prison Report on Nlaara.! the trin-' arrived here recently and phy.l- ff'4I ;
E' Closed. To4wAWAOL $ \ I man. but declined it ani gave I He 1lJf ;-
: Jan. 19Representa .5 A'rm i't- ket steward. I clans with X-rars found the bit of
;> fr" "ai"s': Jan. i9The Washington. | to the JaJ.l i
.i*<.*!: Jia "' fort- tive Burton of Ohio baa introduc2d a I f itseU! The fkull was opened andthrr J
'aie in the
!, prison II f 3
earls'report it impossible :
na'' ,I resolution asking for an Election Returns. 4 was hemmorrhage.
the English
1H name, famous as joint I ,
the Sail will b* a
,01, ,n'.. >-,ation for so many regarding the use of .. London Jan. J9.-Co'm'plet parila: to proceed. 1j );
Fal1 '
: "t' florins over NI1! election returns o this .ether %ec1 tomorrow and the magnet
.1:)*.' Ih.t"Ikall son.has i emptied closed.on The waters report U requeued frcrn the I ALMCST) MONTH! O*' THE, NEW YER1I1A3 CLIPPED BY A.'iDR.' .. AS'.% 'E ARC ABLE TO OBSERVE mentary show! : Liberals 220, {Unionist eyenincr 3_. will be applied to draw out the ,Ieee !.r.

.b 'a Tht'j II members of the Inter- .. steLf
States 72 37. of
0 Laborjtes
Il. amqesty decree United THINGS SEEM AEOUTsLJKE Ti EYWERE LAST YEAR. : : Irish Nationalists j."L
national ,waterways ompllsiOU- .: :

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<<: 'iI 'Mit&tf i ((22. -1905, att -which 'election .said 'ordinance pQns hereto attache to bear
; and the issuance of improvement graphed or engraved sIgnatures tt;!J*
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Celebrated 62dWedding l i The :."Journal's / | bonds of the City of Pensacolaas Mayor, City Comptroller and Ai?
? s provided, in said ordinance and in,I man of Board of Bind Tmsn* 1:;

:i_ said ac,; of the Legislature were duly j!, this bond to: be dated the first
. I approved by the majority of the votes January A. D !S06.t < : Anniv 1i THE : 1 1BY cast bY' the qualmed voters of said i t .

i City then residing in said City, ana' .." .. ... .... ..s.'.. .
who had" paid taxes on rsal estate or '
(City Seal) '
fir.: Aquilla D. Sharp Celebrated the.62d I INA WRIGHT ,I personal property to said City' for the aYJf:

: riage, and Says His Sturdy Old Age Is Copyright, 1S05. by Ina. \\ I year for which! taxes were last due, Attest ... ..... . .
such vote l 'n: in favor of the issuance
t : Use of Duffy's Pure flail : 1 $ I t of sa' improvement bonds for \ City Comptroller; "

It Has Done fie a World of Good, and Is 'W I : each and all of the purposes and ... .. ... . ,
*: ... amounts specified In an! proposed by .

I and Tonic for Old Age.19 "I don't see any'.wrong in It!" I announced if I :1I t[r said. ordinance Jnly19. 1305; and ."a ..Chairman......?*...Board.. of Bond' ,Trus, *
WHEREAS, said Act of the Lesisla i
the : v- -
stoutly. City Clerk l
.. I ture of MaJ2. 1905, provides among
Esther laughed.:
other things that the Bond Trusttes
There had been time when Esther's ed t shall recommend 'to the Council the Nnmber f,,!
t laughter was a privileged sight 'as well j jI I eyes; i I form of bonds to be issued and shall' ., ''The City of Pensacola, a mua/7:\;

x 4 as sympathy. Dimple play-ed bide antI< j t'I down \ ; I Ii I attend to the engraving of said bonds corporation of We State of n; .
r seek around her challenging; month, but't, ray. :: i as may be provided by ordinance of' wjll pay: ta bearer on Janinr j".
at ( and shall receive said bondsas I II 1190. .. at the office of the '
the very birthplaoj of laughter lay in i the City tnt&
x her eyes, cerulean;, ind black la be-J. | log : soon as the same are prepared and 'I States Moitsaje and Triis-. ,
:\ow I was troubled over Esthers i their i j I !executed and shall thereafter nave in the City am State of e"'ork.h@
v : and : dems : the care anll i custody thereof until the! sum cf Twenty-Uo and 50-ioo o$2250) /:,
laugh It began ended with her ; I$I I
I : sold and shall receive! ( In gold coin of the ?
asle the same are t'j
&: C little mouth and never reached to herf'3't ;
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i' and control all moneys arising! from! States of America of ih pres. ,
# C ; >fi at alL the sale of said bonds and faithfully ,I weight anl fineness being -;u ,

, ; I ?C "If I owned something" I continued, I: :>> : '!I a pph' the sann as may. be directed by months interest then Ju-' m rlproveireni .
,! : I ; "and while I was away S3me: one tt ok snow solution or ordinance of the Council -II Bond dated Januarv .

: It, whether by mistake, not'Know ins it t'
( I' belonged to me, or by intention : (' said bonds were authorized: and. .. ... ..... . . .
l W shouldn't I have a right to take it away ful WHEREAS, theCity Council. as I -- Iayor.
lt t from Lira?" : were I !:1 provided in said Act of May 12, 1905, .. .. .. .
"Oh. sophistry. by name is .Tuck:: were : : : : has duly elected as a Boara': : of Bond City i Coniptro;::;;*

How came you to own me?" Esther ward I I Trustees three ((3)) duly qualified!! .. .... . . .
juend entl,.. : ,:: I voters of the City, who own real es-1 Chairman Board of BOP : ra,
.1 "Py right of discovery. answered coast : : tate there'n'! such Board of' Bond Sec. 3. That: the Boarn Ii e T,5
I Trustees being composed of the followin Trustees of the City of P.-
" I promptly.. "Years and years: agj happj nsa. :;t U
.: J-he mfn to wit L. Hilton Gre'n.J. soon as pr -ct1cab'e after n
"Not murmured 4ar(
to i:;any/ Esther. :
M. Pfe'ffer and W. K. flyer, Jr., of this ordinance shall Jt
a1v '
"'("Il the day that walked \ I
{ l you : shyly which said Trustees have duly quali- sale the said Three' Hund! .'nand t .. _.
Into the schoolroom! teacher body
and the fed by giving bonds and taking oaths Dollars;; I$300,090) of' boni-.
-41 gave you n desk next to mine and with t "It i ol: office and otherwise as prescribedb n
bers 1 to ,300 above mem'oaf'
ift r out once glancing my way you went to me I said ordinance of July 19. 1905. bonds being for the several a ,:\ i'

1 't < reading in your little book." J I .She : I I and thj other ordinances: of this City following! to-wit: parlOS;

. : ," "And you naughtily interrupted my j i gain : and the laws of this State and said f'' 1st. For the purpose of 'on' ...
" 1 diligent study by smuggling orerto me i I !.one ; Board of Bond .Trustees has recomDlrn'1ed -'!! ing or providing a sys'em: of !to
'W't; a white candy: whch! flaunted crimson I :ll8isf : I I I I to this Council that tbe' form I I and drainage One Hundred ano p""era r.fi,

lyon its somewhat sticky surface: the I tok : I of said bonds shall be such, as is hereinafter -, Thousand. D nars ($130,000/ > of oondi

Impudent question 'Will you be : '..N i i; : provided in Section 2 h reof' I i iXOW. I 2nd. IF'or'.the purpose of P3V1Iat!,
mine?"* 1 '" n't : I THEREFORE, I otherwise
I j : Improving the streetpublic
BE IT ORDAINED by the Mayor t alt:
I "What did you do with the candy* 1 ', sr.t'! ; way <>f the City, Fifu Thou,.
and Council of the CIty of Pensacola: ; '
.. .. asked eagerly. : ting f and Dollars' $50,0001 t of "bonds
:.w : :: (.y.: : I I Section 1. That the Board of
: -.:- -, C4 Esther toyed with the diamond on the ; : i' L l'ond Trustees of tie City of Pensa-: 3rd. For the purpose of purchasitj
k ; her third finger-maledictions on its :1: cola 'be and it is hereby authorized j! a sit, and. gonstructing; or provldcet: :
I bold glitter., i I i i. I II and Directed to have engraved cou-'' City Hall building Sev nty"t \"e TUr.io:

AQUILLA. D. SHARP. t "I ate it.**. she acknowledged. -, and : pon bonds of the City of Pensacola, ani Dollars<$75,000) of bonds
:Mr.Sharp recently celebrated his 62d wedding "You darling!" I exclaimed. "Of : ]I tn be known as "Improvement Bondsof 4th. For the purpose of purrhasr1
City Daffy's New Pure Jersey. lie writes: "I am eighty-fire years old I'course you ate: it, and by'that sign and .. and : I the City of Pensacola. Florida." to a site anj constructing or prm"4lns
.f Malt
Whiskey as a tonic and Police Station
invigorating a and Jail)
; it has done me a world of pood. I am pleased to symbol you became mine that mInute. brid j I I I ths amount of Three Hundred Thou Biuimg.:
where I 'II I!I sand Dollars ($300,000.), each of said I Twenty Thousand Dollar (Jj$;..
cine a tonic is needed in old age,and I find it and you arc mine: now. Esther. take off I >
.jtomach troubles and all run-down conditions. that |j i : bonds to be of the denomination of 000) of bonds.
ring"I I i I One Thousand Dollars ($1,000.) : to That before said bonds are oia ij
y "Jack," she said gravely "you are tily. j I I. be numbered from .1 to, 300 both in- said Trustees they shal'! make rep . "Duffy's Pure Malt letting your fancy run away with your ing Y.1 ciusive; to 'bear interest 'at the rate to the City Council of their advertise
i But meat of the gale"of tho bonds
I : of four and one-half per centum per and of
'r is the perfect tonic-invisorator for the == I: His j ;: annum (4i), payable semi-annually the bids received by them and no tale
1 :More than 4.000 old people state that; their nigged aged;; health and the his January 1, and July 1; to bear date of the said bonds by' tie Board ,f
the regular use of Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey. It is I!, in January, 1906; to be payable thirty Bond Truattes shall be valid or bid
' t recommended by ministers of the Gospel and indorsed by hair (::'Ot) years alter 'said date with the ing until the same is confirmed o\ resolution
: I country over as a reliable medicine and a sure rreventive of ) t nc.r 'Y I option otthe; part of the Cityto or ordinance of this coanctt
pooitiYc cure of consumption pneumonia gnp, bronchitis. I-t : I redeem any or all of said The moneys arising from the sal- of!
i maaria.low fevers :
I1 !
and stomach trouble.' uy It pepsia aids,digestion Indigcat.1on.induces constipation:: sound and and The : I : !I bonds, number from 1 to 300 as said bond shall be received btls:!

poor and impoverished blood,quickens the heart's action, I aforesaid, at any time after twenty said Board of Bond Trustees to be< &e'l:
I' circulation and brings the bony back to normal health and ," : i ((20)) years from the date !thereof at. for the' several purposes above mea'tinned :
source of the disease. killing poisonoU3 germs and driving par and accrued interest. ,The principalanihitereatof -, and applied! only to nuch pur
cc CAt7TION'-Daffy'S Is the only wbllkey recognized: i our : said bonds shall be poses

I Pi Yon medicine.will know It Is the absolutely genuine pure tie, vuniBinn"Old Chemist"no meet oil U* I isted. made payable. the office of Tie Sec. 4. That the matter of i"UI:::$
that the aUap over tbe kbr. unbroken. Refuse anb; ure"' << limited States Mortgage & Trust the remainder of the said Sevrn Hundred -
- 1 ometitaes offered by dishonest dealers. They are I -um Company m. the Citf and State of Ilnj' Fifty Thousand Dolln
4: direct.rther medicine hasauch a record. You can get it at '21WJ1 : New York. ($750,000)) of boads voted bv (the sal
: Or $1.00 a bottle. Duffy Malt Whiskey Co., ed tb Section 2. That in accordancewith
City August 22, 1905 do and (the aam
-' / us.. "I ; said recommendation the hereby is "eserved for further actra
Distributor. I Ing, a : : Board, of Bond Trustees the form' ot on the part ,of the' Cm Council

t p ---- -- -- OFFICER'i some said oomife and coupons shall be sub 'Sc<;. 5. This ordinance shall ul
btantially as'follo.ws, to, wit:
II was immediately upon its passage
the, UNITED STATES 'OF AMERICA. i and approval*.
I iiillaiiil'J STATE 'OF FLORIDA: Passed ,
: New Crop -I her ; .. January 4th 190'*
h (State Goat of Arms)' Approved January 5th. 190t?

or : Number "Number CHAS H RLIS

I .ad\'A 1000. $1,000. Attest: Major of Pcnb: Put up m all size CITY OF 'PEN'S.ACOLA'Improvement .Bond. C. E MERRITT. Clerk.

ItI i WRITE FOR :: For value received the City of Pen- NOTICE is hereby given that G I

for : sacola. a municipal corporation of the Morgan, purchaser of Tax Ceniflram

: .1 her (' : t: State of Florida,hereby acknowledges Nos. 56, 61, 62. 63, 64, 65 and 66. da:el
:: M1 Supt. Stores Southern States ed to : : itself indebte and promises to pay to the 2nd Gay of November, A, D '"!
has filed said certificates In m\ o2c!
bearer the sum of One Thousand Dollars .
and has made application for tax 'rtito I
'PENSACOLA : : ($1.000)' thirty ((30) years after issue!! in accordance with la,.' Sad:

!I .GOOD XOSKING,.JUDGE. "Er date, with Interest at the rate of four certificates embrace the followh:;
-- --- --. think and one-half per centum ((4) per annum.payable described property situated in L.IBoia !!-
good sense. We were children then. Uwe j b'a i of
t 1 : county, Florida, tow it Lot :
-annually, July
If semi
had grown up together it might { ,, F. Brown's division of E 'M of N.
have been different but your path lay soms. and January 1, on presentation and E. % of S. W. '4, W of R. R fcers

WHO MAKES YOUR ? : in tbe east \\hile mice led me west, I surrender of !he annexed interest coupons 5, Township 5 north Rang! :30: wcr

h where, I met judge Wells. I. had for be 1 as they severally become due, containing 2 acres North 75 ft of *
: gotten you""Esther"- wide both principal: t and! interest being pay 6 and east J,2 of lot 5. block 63:i. <"
J Why not hive them built right here at t., I protested. : of Pensacola. Sec. 19, Tp 2 S R "

t can have privilege ot a try.onand get what I "Had forgotten you" she repeated, able in Gol:!,Com of the United States W. Lot 13 and E. 4 of lot 12 oort:

: I though a flush belled her w9rds. "So I "So America ol the present weight and 99, City of Pensacola, Sec 19. Tn 1

THE REESE-MENDEL when Judge Wells did me the honor, t I II i II I II fineness, at the. oftice of The United S.. R. 30 W. Lot 13 block '00() rt'f
of Pensacola. Sec. 19. Tp :2! S H *
the very great honor, Jack to ask "He [, States Mortgage &: Trust Company,
.t I. ; : ; W. Lot 16. block 100, City "1* fll'11)-%
me to marry him, I consented. If in the City and State of :New York.
1. arc turning out some swell clothes. Should you had in you : The City'of Pensacola hereby re- cola Sec. 19, Tp. 2 S, R 3" \v\ .*
stayed the east where be- I
at their place. No 11 North you I I
Palafox c"t
atiett : 24,, block 100, City of Pensai"'>u
-' n"es.. the'iption., privilege, of redeeming -
longed, all would have been well "He
elegant line of Sultings and t *
Trouserings, and at .tciJ bond at par and accrued 19. Tp. 2 S.. R. 30 W. Lot tempt you to buy. you must come out 'here and make I f I I I after 126, City of Pensacola Sec 1'', TP J
me miserable!". She turned suddenly I interest at any time twenty ((20))
S., R. 30 W. The said land octng assessed
-$- ""'1t-H '$-; i:. :: toward the window, and her little band I New i I I i years This from bond its Is date.issued by the City ofPensacola at the date of the! issusat

= -- made a quick move toward her eyes. t, : ,I' under and in full compli- such certificates in the' name >' &;
"Esther, dear, it were better that j \ ,1 : laws Walker, unknown owners, J M Harvey -
PHOJVt 183 I son I with the Constitution and of
you are miserable now for a little time Mel'sa Perkins. Mrs A S 01-
father the State of Florida, and ordinances .
better that I came before your marriage I ham, Franc-.s Jackson and l Ldtav '
cut : i said Cit, including among others
NEW I : I, Hudson. Unless c'rttfka''"' ,,,::'
METHOD than afterward._ It isn't too late !' from l An Act of the. Legislature of the State said
to rectify matters noW', dear." night I I i of Florida entitled. "An Act to Au- be redeemed: according to s'- ,>,'x
.It is too late." she insisted "and I the City of Pecsacola to Issue deed will issue thereon on 'i. !! 1

; f. W. LAWRENce Proprietor. No 8 W.i ftamaita am not your dear. It is I right for me i. Negotiable Bond for Municipal Purposes day of January A. D.19flt; U rfi
to : I my official sIgnature :and teal 'iih'!
marry Judge Wells or it wouldn't and Provide for.the Payment
30 of Dfc mber. A f) 'tf. lM.
4j READ THIS have happened to. If you were' the i! j I Thereof approved May 12, 1905, and McMillan. Clerk Circuit Court EJ.
right one, why. didn't .you come sooner JUST ordinances and proceedings) of saLt; city "
j G ,1))
I cambia county, Florid B L
ESTABLISHED IN ? duly had 'and adopted in accordance .
statutes : mard, D_ C.ADMINISTRATOR'S. ::aie--oa.-Sr:
"Esther, you' are a fatalist." with the Constitution'! and of

"You may call me "what. you please, I said State and Charter of said City,
TROSE but I must do right; I have promised If I I the issuance of this bond and the ordinance NOTICE

to marry Judge Wells""It -' I |I I authorizing the issuance of Estate of Frederick Bonai: 1\1 i > 'tl
follow '
this bonj having been duly t't S
Isn t right for you to give yourself Creditors legatees, distribute
OLD to him when every time you see ache. i J I i by the majority of the votes cast by all persons having c'aims! 1)1> 1 'I the voters of said City duly qualified **
him ;you wish it were some one else. I I Cure (l against said.estate are
as prescribed by law to vote thereon the within ,1!
I II present same tome
W Ml \hen you shrink from his highly respectable I Mrs. !, i' at an election duly and legally called!: years from this date.

kisses" : I and held for that dtlf,
I!I purpose. on August P. H. WHALEY. -\dmtl
Esther St. : !
turned ;
sbarpytoward. me. %%. 1905. ,
'' January 13, 1906. 1J::
FULL A LOGICAL APPEAL-TO YOUR "What right, ha>e yon' to.sayhowdo I a as cure I' It is hereby certified recited,and declared

4 : : you know I do:-that T' is that all acts, conditions and
,' QTS. \Ve believe; ANY MAN will Poor little innocent darling. :i,1 things require to exist happen and $25 REWARD
: \
-. :
OLD RYE"1 skey through an intelligent. e a "I know you. love/me" I answered ', kldn be performed/ e d t to and in the
: I OR We KXOthat ANY man IS TOO tn, gloomily. severe-: ) 1 1I :I issaunce of this bond have exlstel,,I

I 4 AFULLTQTS.I I itation''tncked whiskey'' The after crusade he. \ Esther neither denied nor assented.She I( i .1 happened and ben performed in due $25.00;) reward for informs. ':J L

1 i of food and ilnnk has been against so stood quite still and looked out ''at time.. form 'and manne- as required byj t ling to arrest.of party who ;:I'
pr I
buyer has learned the Im the window. I. left my chair and:went : had ; ,,, law and that this. bond together with 1 peach .:rees, from inclosur. :
"OLDCORN" THOROUGHLY before accepting to her. t land : all the other indebtedness of said city'!! Corner of '16th St.: and )\ ,. !It
r WHISKEY I dealer. We CHiLLENGB. "Little girl you won't be happy. I ,[, (I does not exceed any limit prescribed! known. as Ihe Richard Avr .'
bur should 1 (' t by the ConstUutiqn statutes of said)! LA f ,\fElt19jan3t.
be too critical to suit us. & say It even if didn't .4n1'rou; I 1 I
Express to Prepaid any Whiskies are far removed from the badly myself.; Judge Wells is immaculate I Kidney '' I, State or Ute Charter of said City and .
point in the icism. They are a. pure as Natu .'s : in mannen" Sidney : that the faith and. credit<< of sail City
make them,and T ULT AGED by TIME. appearance -
South I i I I!: sod the entire taxable property IAsallCity
: fcr. Sou or PALATABLE. ItbaicivALLV l'Vas. !*o morals but he Is not sympathetic. lie ) Attention
; ,AlarnaUnes without them.' Shipped in plain palliates an offense in his legal ing a ]I !' are h rtb1i.rTevoca.bly! pledged Sir Knights, ..,
,r Banks aad Com Agencies and Express Co the j r.. the punctual ';payment ,of the principal Regular Conclave of Co Jf ,
$ abtolue reliability is a household word. nor overlooks an indiscretion In I am ::: '
I interest of this
3 4 0 P. O Money Order or Exchange current 'his and bond. Commanding. 1, KmgD ,;
? private life. : as far ]
t' AtriatordCrlnkes a permanent \ > ( .I :JN WITNESS WHEREOF said City 7'30 p. 'nu, Monday, Jac ;'JI"
think you misjudge him but any J For : ,Pensacola has caused this boal: to Work In theOrder of the 7
: THE R. M. ROSE COMPANY way It isn't a qnestioa of my own i f I cents ,'I. be, signed bv |Ifi Mayor City Comptroller 'I uniform. Also elestion: I!* ,...,
happiness I- settled .U'that:'since I New 1 -and Chairman of Its Board of r Sojourning Sir Knights 111* : -

ASK THE REVENUE (came butI; can,make him happy, tates;: : = t ] I I.I' Bontt' Trniteet and"Hh$ .corporate} 'iei'I y ,rn1'tted 04" ..,.!. .:
.e and I promised and I wilL Qh,.'Jack II I take II I I I'I' sail
l|: by !its City Clerk and the cou.1 W. HENRY NEEDHAM {U-

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w -j."Y' < 7' 'JrV'; ; "':k-"S.' ,.:,. q'1P Z3'efi ':. c -' : 'f> :i.yr'r"m: for "-" ":;!'"",'- t'ss


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I llie 1 1President MURDER, CASE IN oIsMISSAUOF: :.



string/ his messages

.n ,' .uross; recently has .'' ,'.;.". :, :.""'"--A' f.

:\ nsh'elyon forestry

.", I'r'sident was here LB. Bingham .Tried ,Yesterday'for I Telegrams-! Received from Him "- ,.;.'

."liln t help but ad"Forest ,I
o..lIe t the Murder of Will i Yesterday Coroborating:Former ..

Green" Smith.The I! -Reports. : -Package of '3 for 5 Cents "' I\

last of the murder cases to I Pensacolans will 'learn ,with regret ..

Stein-Bloch Suits come *> !ore the present term of the I that the rumors of the dismissal from j

circuit court was finished! last night the naval academy of Petterson: B. f{

and, is now in the hands of the jur)'. Marzoni have proved true,,and that a ''.(.11. cheroot is a cigar',made without the head)
of .
one ,
The case is that of L. B: Bingham, telegram was received from the young; -

.v 'luai\e pattern that colored who is charged with the mur- man yesterday morning stating that t c

,."ii,>w this season. This der of Will Smith, also colored at the he had not only ben found guilty by .

,< |:.o: oo Suit, 20 per cjnt Mays turpentine, camp near. McDavid I I the board, but had been dismissed A good part of the cost of a cigar of trade you. make when you

,n $1; ,oo You can see it The case went on trial yesterday: from the academy. ",

;1 'MI ninth window, as you morning when court convened. but it! The dismissal was on account of goes into"the workmanship. pay. 5 cents for 3Old, Virginia I!

.,' r .mi" store. It is the was not until late last night that the hazing, with'wnich the young man- was Cheroots. I,
,ndflit from! the back, testimony and arguments were completed -I, charged and tried, together with a The "bunching" of the tobacco f'J L
The jury then retired and remained number of other young men. !{1'
yuarnd Forest G">n." 1 filler takes -little time. The A cheroot is only a cigar'with
for the
out for a short while when tha: Many residents'of: the city, especially a t
I ITAJ1DARDOTHIl1G foreman annQunced that it was hardly' those'who were acquainted"with the Its.ea d' cut 'off-and when "
of the filler the you
probable that a verdict would be' exemplary character of Marzoni do rolling In one piece '

reached during 'the night. Court: then I not believe that he Intended viola tin; of leaf which is called the"binder" .buy three Old Virginia Cheroots :
adjourned. I the rules of the academy and that,it ,

1 fii I IJ : committed Bingham: a is most charged foul with murder having, and I board was 'only, however in a spirit decided of fun.otherwise Tile takes a little more time. The cutting for,5 cents you pay the right price, IX

THIESEn! V BUILD f the....testimony Introduced yesterday I and the fcecretary of the navy ordered and rolling of the outside leaf for three good smokes, and nothing .;.jij.
was very strong against him, a negro the dismissal of, Marzoni and the .

. I named Moore being the principal stat others. or "wrapper" takes a little more. else.' to
witness and testified that he saw Bingham -I A special from Annapolis, relativeto ;
The fill. made from the tI
stab Smith In'the neck. The the dismissal says: '
But it is the -
Watch Repairing and 1 two negroes were fighting when Moore, "At noon today when the full brigade > ;
For Expert short leaves and selected
: clippings
! II I saw them and he: succeeded in sept- of -midshipmen were paraded for forming the "head that takes _., I

Engraving, go to rating thm. When they arose from I the_ regular formation., Midshipmen of five choice grades of domestic
the ground, it is alleged that Bingham Petterson Barto Marzoni and W. W. .most of the,time, most of the skill 'jJJIIA GllRQIj[ r
J.F.DAVISthe Jeweler, stabbed Smith in the neck, the wound I Foster of the first class, and Tren- tobacco-blended to givejuste
l; causing i !'s death. j mor C Coffin Jr., of the third'class and costs most of the money. '. 7.,- 4,
213 South Palalox Street. I were publicly dismissed from th9 combination of agreeable! strength :
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY United '.Stites.naVY.: _for hazing, plebes And yeti's nothing in the world
, The Latest Designs in Watchesand Take LAXATIVE BROMO Quinine or fourth class men. The order of .; and mild, 'fragrance required to ii

Jewelry.TERSELY Tablets. Druggists refund money if it the secretary.of the navy was a short but waste-for the first thing you .
fails to cure. E. W. GROVE'S signature one, and in each case was address make a good smoke. J
Is on each 'box. 25c., II personally to the midshipmen directly do'is to clip'off that "head" that .,
: concerned" t Not only a bargain in price, }
TOLD I have paid good '
BIG STEAMER you your money but good. Not only good, but

for and throw it
away.If :if
, j I mi ad Scott )left yesterday for I MOLINOSpecial clean. Made by) modern processes

V .ii". "n a business trip. WAS LIBELED the dealer clipped off the heads 4FDMAY u'' in the biggest and cleanest
! rt \ McLeod former mayor of AMERICAN CIGAR COMPANY,
11 1, ,:, gas in the city jeaterday.i to The Journal. of three good five-cent cigars'andhanded SUCCESSOR TO rRWHITLOCK cigar factory in the world.

SHOTTCR & COMPANY FILE SUIT Molino, Jan. 19.-It seems as if Mo- i
"i 1 r :\-C'artbtr, of the Bay Point 'lino is doomed to be backward in them all three to you for 5 A million sold every day- lri
Ui ,\:t" in Pensacola yesterday AGAINST THE AUSTRIAN
correspondence. This is the first
opportunity 'would call it bargain
I h'..vuon' Standard Mrs. George STEAMER AUGUSTE. your correspondent has had cents-, you a : you can get them at any cigar

I I3JII'.W i : hildren of Warnngt n, to write for The Journal since thholida's. ;-and at's exactly the kind ,
} the
,[ \li XT. Douglas. We had a quiet Jime,all during the H' y ,
The Austrian steamer Auguste holidays and all businesses are now :
, filii' P, K. Yonge, member of the
, which has been in this port for some under good headway for the new year,, ;
control, has returned to
4i iloa"d > Sold wherever sell tobaccoAMUSEMENTS .
weks receiving a .cargo of naval! and everybody seems cheerful and in they
'u \1'\ a'Vr! u absence of some dajsi
I stores, was libelled yesterday by 'the good spirits over the prospects for the
> u m all en.ling a meeting of the -- !:
I S. P. Shutter Co. in a cause of contract coming year "t
Jacksonville and later
MH d in on I ,
Not only was the vessel libell We are having some nice weathernow
in N'-w York. '
"i 'n
1 c.>d but also her cargo, consisting of ; some real spring weather this 1 I
e.,0( mi UTrhard Norris, of the Sa'-! 3,900 barrels of rosin. week. .
} VI m \,''n 1 I.ft last night for Atlu The steamer was> chartered by Snot- Several more families, from the 'ita-

) I '1 .,i IH:,. hf will attend the annual ter &. Company to load a cargo of naval farming belts of Alabama have moved ;: i it: it ikfor:" 1i cellent company, with brilliant: scenic friij
ni" :i' O' of rue Salvation Army ofm stores, but som'e disagreement exists into this community to raise cotton i I equipment ''Mr. Griffith's appearanceas
I.' i,: 'h,' Ntutatrn division, which a; to the terms of the 'charter, : and corn. s Richard has in every city of his
i.. ..0 tin\ MI, thPr- Monday which resulted in the firm entering a I Mr. and :Mrs. Williamson, of Chicago 1' :Jar IA&Z1&1 route, Caused great enthusiasm and
Ubel suit in the United States court. have been here two weeks, look j drawn tremendous audiences. iij
. i n'lttna i : suit of Louisa Ford vs. !
The vessel was taken into custody ing after: tho interest of their southern '
t'! ,. yesterday afternoon an5 will be held' home. They left for Chicago Thursday '. "' Cured His Mother of Rheumatism."My 4 J
\'n.' Unit-
i \\ tall'j l in the
until bond la given or the matter set- and expect to move here in the ?E M ilji.* 41 :# $flH4t. mother has been a sufferer for .
: i > iHin yesterday morning, ,-..; .
I. ,.. L "
tled. fall of 1906. !II ,_ I many years from rheumatism says I.
"t.I imipmmi ed, the plaintiff I
1 ,, 'j m .11"'I'pt" i th sum of $330: and Misses Minnie and Barm Flem- I Night's Play.I lard'set by .Mr. Greet In fas years qf 11 W. H. Howard, of Husband, Pennsyl
i ,.i "n' Louisa Ford was the Stomach Troubles and Constipation.. ming were in Molino Saturday to meet Last rattl.n I success with this play in this.country, vania. "At tImes she was unable tomove.
, "Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver Miss _Sabra Hardy, of Cantonment. "Bankeri. and Broken.I'S a ? have at all. while at all times walk
his end the new mangers
no"II'i I'IL i! 1'a\fl..', who died while we;know?" Because and to
, .rm' : ,'.t 'U'i I from Pensacola to the Tablets are the best thing for stomata :Miss: Hardy 1.; visiting at McKinnon- good show. "How do retained In' Ueir original roles manyof 'I ing was painful. I presented her witha
enjoyed -
troubles and constipation I have ever ville this! '.veek. we saw it last ngtit''and! moot distinguished .members of bottle of Chamberlain's Pain Bam!
\ 'l'i j 'dinn The I suit was for the solid fun.
'II'I 'II J;,.111111. sold" san J. R. Cullman, a druggistof Sunday was Rev. Lawrence's regular about three hours of Mr, Greet's company: The cast num-: and after a few applications! she decided
,: Potterv'le!' Mich They are easyto appointment to preach here, but "Bankers and Brokers" is an bers forty players, each chosen for I, it was the most ,wonderful pain
"' 'I'.. ,..I \al! -<"nicea last night at take ani always give satisfaction he failed to arrive.. chain of dazzling; featuresand a special adaptability to the require- :reliever she had ever tried, in fact,
r '" 1 '* ",iii church on East Gregory I tell my customers to try them and if Mr. Tom Hannah has moved to continuous'flash of electricity and bril- mests of this powerful ,plaj Entirelynew I she is never without it now, and is at
w'T" largely attende.l.I.K not satisfactory to come back and get Quintette; from South Carolina. Mr. I liancy. The costumes are stunning.I III costumes: of costly material rich I I all times able to walk An occasional ,
\ !I'''''-''I I 1 l'e't used| upon '..Ac11. their money but have never had a Hannah 's a son-in-law of .Mrs Barri- As for the scener>-well, it *s like coloring and' made Ironu the original application cf Pain Balm keeps away .v,
',' mrt lh-.tgn of Baptism. The complaint ''For sale by all druggists. neau. II the Garden of EJen. with one difference I designs will b* admired in the gr.w I the pam that she was formerly troubled -.Hand-Painted 4
, w'"?MI wa, prefaced ba large numipiural Miss Bessie Hannah her two little there" was more than one Eve. stage pictures in this play. with." For sale b* -druggists..'
I is fast and
'- ( quotations, and the sr'sters: and Seta Barrineau, of Quin The action: of the piece,
1 "'tui LH ion Intoned witji much in- Kentucky; R. P. Jackson:: city; Loa' tette, came up Sunday to attend i furious, and there is no possib'e! I II GENERAL FRED FUNSTON I GiftChinaware '
t 1 ih 'ie harp be:>n a large num- }O'inkel, Ocala, R. P. Evans P; iladel- church. chance for dullness As for the plot 1 Creston Clarke in "Beaucaire.. TO ACTIVE SERVICESan Wedding
! 1 .' !tllih ions to the church, and the phia, Pa.; Warren White, Chicago. ,Mr. Pleas Dawson and 'Mr. Willard I there is none and who cares for the With his last year's sumptuous production 0

;:. UK has |been a most successful Want ads. bring about "quick' Crabtr'!e spent Sunday in the coun- burden of a plot in a musical comedi of Booth Tarkin,5tons roman Francisco.-Jan. 19,-Tne Call'

1 OSt: try visiting The. while not extravagantlycatchy I: tic comedy; "Beaucaire. greatly beautiful -
changes" in jour affairs-quick in sons that General Frederick Funston
I and well sung, i Clark*will make his reappearance
Miss : osa Lee Minis, of Pensacola, are pleasing
relieved from
; prcvenrmts when things are "going' will be
> I ii 'II Hot*'1 arrivals J. A. Tay- next,and soon I
, : topnotch
- *\. ''a. Konville; S. J. Hill and fami- down hill" with you.President Is spending this week iii Molino the and the girls: who sing them are I it is 'lair"certain here on that Tuesday he will meet the Department of California and I fj You can't choose a mor accept

( '1\ ,"''i",11:,SAv; E Abrims, ,Jack- B. M. Hendry of the Stat guest The of Catholic Miss Nellie Missionarv Harris Rev. Xavier Yorkers &at'that.Adams are funsters from with the hearty reception befitting his ordered will to the in Philippines charge of,one where of the he I,able object, to present her brideship '
, 1 "I' A J. Knight E. W. Hendrj. of Health and A. J. Knight, laugh from the! the play's worth. Mr.Clarke's I be placed
Board of
and than
. Sutton delivered two lectures here start to finish and a own renown brigades which is beiD';:.formed in a piece genuine handpaintedchina.
::::10 l I V\ ni, l Lehman New II.IIH members of th. I
York and '
: ( both of Tampa, accompanies their every ac personal'ty: and art have long "
this week, Monday and Tuesday evn'Ings. audience Luzon with a view to their possible I II '
t !ien'orgia; C McCormick: & Knight in thecty are events to be pleasurably
,' firm of Hendry are tion. Their various parodies made his visits -utilization in connection with any
,.. .u,' .' R. I.l Scarl tt, Orange Hill: ; on a short visit, combining both There is no sickness in our town Ecreammgl funny and their jokes an'l I' anticipated. I I move which may be made against CJ It's the reigning fashion in cera
dl- ins, Florida: JV. Camp business and pleasure. The firm bandies rich. Far more ,than customary Interest I tJ
except colds and some: la grippe. puns are Caina.i r
. I) "*"iniak N. McGuire 'r"c.'por"r, real estate and is considered one; The "girls" are either good lookingor ; attaches to his coming; when hs doesit I mics. h

.. lif*''", II C:: :MiLeanV, :\1. Cookson. of the largest in the state. While here' Chamberlain's Cough Remedy the understand the art o! mske-up as by aid of such. a charming vehicle I No pills is as pleasant and positive fJ J A bride that isn't 'just crazy' over it"f

I ,'".01 i\)Hie; j. o, 1IcKinn(>y. Chat-I they will possiblj settle up a deal for Best Made. they. really look well, fresh and )'oung.1 as "Beaucaire.: His portrayal of the as DeWItt's Little Early Risers. These I not strictly up-to-date. J
rA ,
( t u; L P :MtKmzie. McDaK \- property :n middle F.torida. In my opi"on Chamberlain's Cough The cast is large ant thi; a I French Prince masquerading as a bar- I Famous Little Pills are so mild and
1 n "' P Kin sh err>, Alabama; I Remedy l i.; the best made for colds," I good chorus as well as garnishes the ber at a fainoua English watering effective that children, delicate ladies Q} It Is useful-every bit of it-and is sure 'f'

" F urr._! New York; E. Van, ,n. "Best Ever Made." No expense is says Mrs. Cora Walker; of Portervill-, stage place is artistic, refln d. forceful, ,unexaggerated I and weak people enjoy their cleansing I to occupy a place of honor in the home
.. "'twii' Jas .1.| Collins and in the 'manufacture of Blue I and convincing.No ,
', I sared; California. There is no doubt aboutits I effect, while strong people say they are the Ncwly-\Veds.: 1
; i Ir- Radmund. )fr. and Mrs.: Lemon and Vanilla Extracts. "makes love" more roman- IJt IJtof
'chin, Ribbon being the best. No othr will cure "The Sign of the Cross. ictor: I I the best liver pills sold. Never gripe. ,CJ What more is to be desired of a
, LewIS Talbort. Mr and They are positively the finest that No tically than Mr Clarke and none Is .
I cold so quickly. other is
k'! p "ti. !U R. Robinson and sons I money and experience can produce. a a preventive of pneumonia. No so otheris sure Wilson!of the Barrett's Cross,",greatest will be play presented"The 1, more skillful than he in use of tMI''I Lumber Advanced. :wedding gift?

" !'- so pleasant and safe to take. These: Sign "scale- of rich magnificence in''. weapon of gentlemen-the. rapier.At Seattle, Wash. Jan.. 19.-Following IJ A gorgeous selection now at your 1t.
are good reasons,why it should "be preferred on Pensacola a Monday: afternoon: and night: love making, at dualling, at defending -'I the example set by Washington retail disposal: 'Don't think if is beyond your.

to any other. The fact is that All the original scenery' 'and effects'' the fair and at playing the;:lumber dealers, the retailers: of British anS-for it isn't, here: .
I I' il' (l C t'lt r7tt r"lltr'7tl.t t tt7ll7&rt t 1i few people are, satisfiel with any other I of William Greet's London production -I gallant at a court ball nona is more at i iI I II : Columbia and Oregon have advanced .. tt ft

i k after having once used this remedy.: recently repainted by that noted 1 I ease 'Or' more graceful than Creston!i their list price '$2 per thousandon
I For sale by all druggists. artist Matt Morgan, wUl be seen i I Clarke. This season he is assisted by lumber shipped east The demano" :
i ir I i an even stronger company than that i at present U strong. despite the fact i' j

: I The Dinner Setting here.Messrs..' Fred G. Berger and R. .G.Craerin. I which helped in his triumphal tour in I r that this Is the off season-In the retail ,,, I
is incomplete without "Beaucaire" a year a ; "The {
who have purchased : 107
WHITE ROCK WATERA for the United:; Each actor U fitted for hi* part :
of theCroCj"!
selecteJ wafer is !as essential as a.. Sign States and Canada have soared noexensa ,: Mr. Clarke well knowing the value to''i An. agreeable movement the bowls '. PENSACOLAOott .i
f selected 'i i iI production as a'hoe! of having: Ii. -_
I wins of I unpleasant effect '
v fo keep their' production I without any f
Tty I properly delineated.! 1 ,r. :
each character
/ Chamberlain's Stomach
this great drama up to the high stan-i produced by
New Siiege Gun Test. I and Liver Tablets. For sale by all ,
I -'-- -- -- :3
w her stayed away from an Important event,thinking It r.S! Washington, Jan. 19.-A-new' type I II II : "King Richard the Third." ,I. druggists. '1- ii.
much and then been sore of seige gun has been completed by I i
Mas not going to amount to I
coming on next Wednesday
John Griffith is -
. enough afterward to kick yourself, when you learned what the land'ordinance'arsenal committee and has been of the'shipped Rock!,I I, to play Shakespeare's tragedy,Ii I Ii i Will| Rearm Coast Forts. I FINE

}t a big thing It really was? -1 to the Sandy Hook proving' grounds I.I To Sleep SoundlyLrop i"King Richard the Third.; at the I rondon, Jan. 19.-The war department Pensacola. Fla. I.i I.

.' Better look out, else that Is how you will,,feej' on at New York for a test. The new opera house. 1 I has declined to rearm all the i- .
. L day. .defenses forts from the Thames;
present i i
; No actor of (the seems coast
+ Friday morning if do not see Creston Clarke In weapon has a calibre of 4.7 and Coffee
you inch 7I 7-
throws 'a sixty-pound projectile. The to have the physical and mental qualities -i to Plymouth with six and nine ,
Monsieur Beaucaire" Thursday evening. This Is the at. chief Characteristic of the new gun t of Mr. Griffith, so far as to fitness I! puns: ,: the present armament", 1.7 Inch .f i:
traction that theatre-goers have been looking forward to Is its long recoiL It will not be necessary for this arduous role is: concerned. lie! guns being
all season. They remember the exquisite entertainmentit to place the carriage in Position : POSTUMFOOD reresents; the animate strenuous I ,Jf
x: I furnished them year' ago. after e9.ch'shot. I I I type of actor-the big, manly, wholesome -! ii ;f1tp'-
r.::::: I fellow who ann>al.s to admirers
audience Is assured
and representative
1 To draw the fire out of a burn, heal, I of rugged: ,. healthful masculinity. His I Ide'otlon .
already. Better secure your seats without delay.., a cut .without leaving a scar, or to cure t COFFEE. to Shakespeare ,Is almost abnormal I III .1; i

E' J. M. COE, Manager Opera. House. boils,'sores, tetter eczema and all akln! in its place quiets nerves and there cs no apparent limit I I'I i : IIftoajocToi
and scalp diseases, use DeWitt's Witch II to the enthusiasm he displays in his! rrPcE'.sr
and restores circulation. '
G Hazel Salve A specific for piles. Get! rer*sen I-\iion of the dominent characters Free from harmful drugs.
the genuine. No remedy causes such, 'I of the great master'' plays The' r 'IJ.I
speedy relief. Ask for DeWitt'aUatgenuine. > t "THERE'S A REASON. occasion of his coming visit his man: Cure coughs 2nd hoarse- Gw1K1Tt'ri.lutm Hmtlaf $

J i iJM I agers promise support of a most ex nes$. Prevent. sore. throat.. J Jt
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; 'viE.1Is' "c J A/ r looking pretty thin and faded of late, HOjjjjP
'AND ,
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Jtniaiola l UL'1 is
jc Jlimfn lj .. FROr4. STATE PAPERS. '*, < l- ;k AJ F :U r but naturally did.not like to tpetk of it. 1 f
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F 1-. -1 1 & -fl" By the ''fI"" Ayer, s Hair, vigor a Monday, Jan. 22:
** $ $ $. $. / O regular bait grower, a perfect hair rc.' 1

: j I I -fft -, U' S.,astp r storer, It keeps the scalp clean and Special[ Matinee at 3 p. m,

:, Daily. Week1 Sunday Plenty of Water. : Strength l Standard!' Oil. air! healthy- Sold for 60 years.fc f VI = I IPeter9 r I Wilson '

: I PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY ( If the rains continue fora while]I Editor Peistcol'.Sournal- I. Barrett'sGreat

; : longer we shall not hate ,need of a I Would you please publish an article I I Religious Phn

BT- government appropriation for deep from the ""Appeal ,to Reason" called ......._......................f... ......"............. :
JOURNJ i water.Miami- 1 News. .1 I "Bigger'n 'Roose el under the .bead : :I Ii THE SIGN OF THE
,; THE :COMPANY. I of "YOt., oPUlf:.'! 'Milk'CiliOco11at ,X CROSS
:i Progressive Live Oak. -tjT : ittspfectfullF.C. -_ I .i With the original produt'ion

FRA3JK L. ill That new Bash and hllntf factory in M. ASKEGREN. ; a;; grtat cast of thirty English pla'1the :!:
YES. Puuoun : ,
; AW> & UL !IU.1GKL .
: Live; Oak is a good starter for the : j Jrom Lyric Theatre bonic
new jear, as an accession to our The article referred to In the above; f For (fllfflflv ,:AI
Eating ) :1'I
: MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. manufacturing Interests, and if the communication) ; : follows: : I : ELABORATELY COSTUMED'
proposed ailll materializes it "Bigg r'I' Roosevelt." -,, '
: paper -; -' :r. s>Or'. .:i POWERFULLY
l'I i will be another steady bource; of, An...agentroT the',Standard Oil company : Cakes- '.{,o1oi .. '.. ;. 4'., .... .... :o. .oJ, 10,1-2O : CONSTRUCTED:
: SUBSCRIPTION RATES. ,wealth righf.here at home. It is the 'threaretfed 'one of the members,, Croquettes.'.. ._. .t. ."\.< .-J ".. .. .., .. '..: ...0 al1d fO, t.ents 1entJti
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>ffcctorv'a'oiie! wheh! differentiates' the I of the investigating committee with : 'Tablets:",:_ .. .. '.,;' ?. .. .,::: .. ;.-;' .. .. .. ..- ';. ..f, cents Unanimously Endorsed by Press ,"*

I One Year.........,...;.; 00 One Month........... 45 :city !'With Its .steady ,'volume of I.tfce following,, according to ,theWichita. I i Chocolate, Sardines !., .. .. .*: .. .. .. .. '. cenas box Clergy.
ELI Months .......... 2 50 I One Week meice all tfoe Kr, from the com-I .. Kaunas. Daily Eagle, repub-, :- :, '
l .......... 10 I 2' .Prices-Matinee ,
Three 1IOZlth.l..l 25 Weekly [,town where t trade is 'dull, except hcan. Reatf this and think what wei! THE ORIGINAL I I MILK' CHOCOLATE: 'S :j Children ,*n','
Edition $! 00 Adults ;0 '
Jear. I the cotton seUol1'-Uve Oak have come to in boasCed r pub-j cents. Night.;. ," -
ing ; our :
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; .. Papers OA Sal 1S at all Hew*- Stands. I l I Demoeiat. I'I.lie Slaves obey your masters: I .It Is moat sustaining, hems amalgamated by special process i and $1.00_ *
I : with the Sncat fresh milk, containing all iu ,cream., | Seats
I .5 a "We ,are'* bigger than the gov on sale Friday at nocn
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., :: THE;, ONLY" PENSACOLA NEWSPAPER Looks Like Easy)Money, 1 I meat Standard Oil is stronger rU'l: 14'W urden The Popular I. -- ---,
FROM WHICH A DETAILED It Is perhaps ,an approprIate time ,' the United States. We own the LAZ JACOBY Grocer. f -
, 1: CIRCULATION STATEMENT CAN BE SECURED. : to repeat the remark that sweet potatoes ate and the, house. If' iou f Phone 183 ONE NIGHT ONLY'!
t i tan be produced in the vicinity -'I jour investigations beyond the point I Ii .........................*.e... .*.... .....*..*....
of Tampa for i necessary to fool the public we will Thursday Jan.
A Oace*--10S and 110 East ten to fifteen cents 25
OoTernment StreetTELEPHONE have
a' bushel and ,subsequently bold for .i ,jou removed_, We can securethe
!: No. 38. instant of the secretary -
. deposition
j half a dol ar. That looks like easynioney.Taznpa
of commerce and labor, Mr. Met- No.'5603.
I r ca f, and the cqmmissioner' of corporations H. L. COVINGTDN; President M. E. CLARK Cailler. JULES MURRY

/ PENSACOLV, FLORIDA. SATURDAY MORNING,. JANUARY 20. 1906 Fishing at: Punta Gorda. I II Mr. Garfield, If you persecute: C, W. LAMAR, Vilt-Presldent JNO. PPEIFFEP. Afst. Cashier. I
l us, }In the slightest. degree ,'ou' will
I It is such an everyafcy occurrence I le out of yourjob. and if you keep
i- '1"h" iZ i.al's exchange table K-1itor Smith here for anglers to catch* ia a few I I lat the.business'jou will find that what THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK PRESENTSCLARU
iI doing Tgooj work for Madison ano hours as many fish as they can tote!I we say Is absolutely true Rockefeller .
WHERE THE JOURNAL that his .efforts are duly appreciated I pack) that the H .rald -Seldom' records:: re a brsger man than Roosevelt. OF PENSACOLA FLA.
4- CAN BE FOUND. is attested by ifce their success But just, to show that .* I
j f *. which, is given that paper. I our tourists, are having great piscatorial ...in...
The Pensacola Journal la on sport, Ave give the following ie-, Capital Stock, $200,000 Surplus $40,000 1 1cX
p Eale at the following! places in x # port of successes achieved during; the ; : DOTOn.S MONSIEUR
the city: % I past week b>' several guests of Hotel BJ.. Fbsfceev
i> .Bay Hotel. 1. TILLMAN AND THE & Punta GordaOn;' 'Monday, JudgeJoseph I t 'IN MEMORIAN.B : Henry L. Covlneton AM. Avery.
b T. al. Pfpltw.
it Coe'a Book Store. # Chamberlain of Cincinnati -- BEAUCAiRE
Milton .
; Depot News Stand. -__- M.I Ohio made the first catch of,the season -I 11(.. ... W. Robln n' t Bryan Dunw y. Q E Maura,

. Gem Book Store. # .,.... Savannah News. '* of Spanish mackerel. These fine! Born Oct. 19.. 1866.o:1E Frank "leilly. W. 1... Cawtaon,
Hotel Escambia. # 4 fish have scarcely e\'ercome here this' g ; Died 'Jan/15; ; 1906. !W. S. 'RlJ UCO. C. A. O'Neal.T. .
Merchants Hotol.! # t :M i ;f I early. ,before. Mr. Harry BN Warden .i r 0'- : }<'. McGourln. Dr. W, J. HacnaX PRICES-25c, 50c. 75c, $1,00 and Slit
Southern Hotel.Thompson's ** 01 Boston; landed with I hook and line, -1-""- ,' ""1: "7E F.'2. Brawner Mcftenzle Oertiug' Seats'on Sale Saturday at NcuCOFFEE
Book Store. It would have been remarkable if I 6:> pounds of speckled: trout; Maj: RL T ;.' C. W. Lamar, ,Alex McGowln.
# Walker's Book Store. Senator Tillman had permitted the i !, ,Allison caught 80 pvunds:! and Mr. ''There'is n<' death j the fctars go down J. R. Sanadera.. C. M. -"ongtod
ILcident of the ejection of Mrs. Morris I Sltf! Bedford of Midway, Kj, ,took In To rise upon 'some fairer shore. -
?i- H from the White House to pass with! 100 pounds of the same fish, all a> And bright Heaven's jeweled crown Account of Banks, Individuals, Corporat'ons! and Firms sollct d.
out having something to say about it.'"one sitting" so to speak, These gen They shine forevermore Four per cent. Interest paid on Time Deposits.WM. !
Ho was talking about the status of'tlemen are regular visitors to Punta
Improvement of the affairs in San Domingo and branched :; Gorda, having ,been coming here for "There is HQ'd eath; the dust we tread

Rivers and Harbors. off to it and began irratilging in violent -:: years stopping at Hotel Punta Gor Shall change ? beneath' the summer .Pres"and We are the Pioneer
criticisms of the President What da, and our climate and attractions showers H KNOWLES, President. W. K. HYER. JR. Cashia'
: The Tampa Times has the follow. he said didn't meet with the approval I)I are a source of continual delight to To.gohkngrn; or4: mellow fruit ,THQS.'W.. BRENT. Asst.'Cashier. W. N. ROBERTS. Asst.- Cashier.First Coffee Roasters of

In?' to say relative to the good work of some of the senators and they objected I them- That is why. they continue to Or rainbow tinted flowers.. S West Florida.McHUGH'S .
to allowing him to proceed. He come jear after year,and they always --
Sparkman is doing
I declared he would introduce a resolution -I receive a cordial welcome. Mrs Ever near us, though unseen.
the betterment of the rivers and harbors covering the Morris case, so that, Charley Br&inley Of Cleveland, Ohio The dear immortal spirits tread! '

, of the south: he would be free to say what he I I i had an. exciting piscatorial experience For all' the boundless universe is life- BLENDShave
I Congressman Sparkman was the thought about it, Tuesday morning. She was out in a There are nodead" National Bank
: leading figure at the national rhers It H curious that the Morris case I boat with a party fishing at, the old .-:-:--
and harbors congress in 'ashin'glon. Iceps' coming up in both the House I I wreck in the bay in front of the town, BenjamIn''e t 'Robinson passed to
He struck the keynote of national demands and the Senate It looks as if there I when he hooked a ba shark. She his everlasting-jest at the home of his no equal. A trial

I for the future when h*. boldly! were not 50 much real interest in screamed for'the'men to'.belp her, but mother, Mrs C. U. Robinson on Monday of Pensacola, Fla,
stated that fifty million dollars per as there was a desire to criticise thel I'' the unfeeling things only! laughed' and : mornrng'" the fifteenth inst.. after will convince the con-
: annum should be appropiiated to the president in a way that would compel toL her to hold -on, which: ,.of ;course, an illness of-several. months
41 rivers and harbors of the country Until the attention of the 'country Tnepiesna'ejit I r she was trying her best to do, though Just! in 'herprime of 'his manhood, noisseur that we
. .; the work of improving them ancf is so', popular that ordinary if'seemed as if the shark would drai I with: it, -seemed to our short-sightedvrsxm. DIRECTORSi. F. C. Brent, W. A/'Bl unt, 'Wm. 'H. Knowle3,
fitting them for the commerce of the criticism passes unnoticed It is regarded her out of the boat, in spite of all her mtu&tto; live for ,God .laid :W. K. Hycr Jr. D. G. Brent make no extravagant
I efforts One kind boughtadvised I *
p v.orld is completed as the usual dissatisfaction of gentleman ( ,the.! ; hand 'vl,' suffering heavily upod .
,t Ills demand sounds large, jet when cengres-wIth thE preident The dissatisfaction :her how to manage the .beast,him! and theq releasingthe: brave claims.
.: the proportions between the needs o! however, Isn't of the and finally after a prolonged struggle spirit calledthim unto life ,eternal
the country and the deficiency in the usual kind It appears to be ,1eE' }er: she succeeded in landing htm.:U I .Anattackot; grip. contracted last I
I, navigation facilities: are discussed and Ordinarily such an incident as thai!', was a pretty big fisap-6 feet S inches, February had. 'left ,him in ,enfeeble/a< Foreign and Domestic Exchange Bought and Sold Wholesale and RetailGROCERS
r. : compared it Mil he seen that he has of ejecting a woman from the long, and weighed 190 pounds. But i'health,, but,be, made an heroic fighl I I
no whit exaggreate-1 the necessities House would be passed over WhIte'j she confesses that she had a ;; against) disease and was faithful at

I I t By placing himself in the van of ibis gress without comment, and the s'areand she has not, jet' ,forgiven I[this post ofuty; until Septemberwhen "We draw our: "own' Dills of Ex. | Vessels disbursed! upon the most :

. movement leadership for which he rapers: would say but little about it I|,I the men for, laughing at ..herPInLiGora'a : ,: upon' th,?: advice of his phjsj change, an Great Britain, .Ireland, : Favorable and' their obllSo .
is better than any other man pec- beyond mentioning; it as a news item :: Herald.. ian he went."west, traveling in Texas Terns, \.
tally fitted-Mr. Sparkman has ain- Now it threatens become a national s as and Arizona jn hopes_of recuperation, nSNPneBeAgraRulasa, : i 9atlons taken ,PX'P" at Port of ,and all kinds of Feed

a national reputation and will be ac- issue, and it is reported that the president Duly Appreciated where he remained until December Norway.- 'Sweden. Denmark and i Destination Ten. Day., After Ves- a Stuffs.Pluto .
I ceptea1: by every part of the country as has been .aavised bj his friendsto To our brethren ,of the state"press- Vhen'' finding this Tphjslcal condition ,other European countries. ( sel Arrives there.
the special] representative of this pow makea statement about it for publication and also those of Alabama-and Georgia Unimproved vbe' returned to ([Pensacola _. I
. erful interest There is in it no poh- who so kmdivretalripa address' Mr. Robinson married' Mis>s Mar
ties!' no partisanship but only a sound AndnQthr? incident of recent occurrence on their' *'X" list during the time of Collins :of ){d\ii\ e. Ala'in" 1891 by Boxes
For Rent
in which
Connection with WaterWholesale
10, clearheaded regard for the most solid shows a disposition to seek I our suspension, and thus enabled 'us' whom and 'Ii' little son Benjamin Safety we ,

and pressing business of the whole orportunities to criticise the presi I to keep ,up with the processjptf';. we Drew,6 he ts'turvived., 'well 'as: by hare a Private Department for the us:'of! Ren' rJ.
nation. Our city and the state of dent. The republican members of''I return our most sincere thanks Even his motfief. e : Florida are to be congratulated upon the Missouri delegation called upon the big d dailies tho e sterling leade 's- brothers: e and Retail.
the position occupied in this great him at his request to talk over the I The Times-Union, Pensacqla Journal,' For the last tour years he had made ;
. ., ryivement for the betterment! of rivers statehood bill, an administration anti Daily News-.visited us daily), and' h5- home i3Centur3' Fla., wh re"hewas Savings Department-Interest, Paid on Deposits at I'
and harbors will henceforth be broad- measure ''Home of the members 01 I i.I none' but a hard,presseu', one-boss I'I'I connect t: with the AlgerSulli rate of 4 per cent per annum.J. 'New Orleans Grocery Co.
t Iy national. ,the delegation! wore against the bill country editor <<<.and that's'wt, the, van; Lumber,Co, whose'trust and -con-
; Congressman Sparkman is one of; After a visit it was reported around only. old and orfg'nal! ) can know how I fidence he won and held by work i
the few men who not only thorough-i that the president ha,a' said to the much we appreciate such' kindness faithfully and ,well performed .. HILTON GRJUt "aI5IDur. T. K WKLLK9: Vrct.Pn..lluT Jas. McHugh
i r delegation that the big corporations: Brethren, if e\"er. in the concantentt'on : Few men have left behind a clearer;' 'R: At..b 'lIl'I'nL.' C48B.U JJAN1l14J.O MUJUNO 4lHCuau
ly understands present conditions* but interested in preventing the passage j of human events, the' old Advert'ser record or led a more unsullied life Phone 105. Proprietor.
L appreciates the necessity of preparing of the bill were using money to defeat -:, can serve )'ou. push the button! Open and sincere ':staunch in. his Citizens Rational Bank, 0
Ii i for the future. There is no better It-that there was a brg ami\ "e'll do the rest.-Holmes Coun t) *Ad, friendships; generous to his' foes, ,a of Peneteo'. Fieri tit.IDiroo i
L increasing the facilities for handling! congress were being bought to oppose'' > truest sencelot the word, he made .c.o.w Wright. Morriidjif, 1'. (, WslljiBU
I the bill. 'I''I'I j Only a Start Needed. friends and held, them ana: during'; hi I.! )f. Robinson. t, Hilton Griex LAND
I the ever growing commerce of the,I I Of course, the president sa.ld'I The season for Irish potato plantingI ; !il'ness' and death they proved their A E'lSR'\t. B'xNKING BUSINESS TRANS CTED., : COMPANY

:. nation Especially Is this true with,!I nothing of the kind.' lie probably t i ia rapidly approaching.) Will rome; enterprising affection unswerving love and devotion ,I __ I
reference to southern, ana particular1Iy : said something about an anti-state, farmer show the world and Dealers in
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. I I to Gulf ports which will in the:!JhODd I lobbj. but there is no evidence what can be'done in the waj':of raising Mr. Robinson was an member.<: of l( LUMBER, SAWED CYPRESS SHINGLES -
$ I! that Be' suggested, that congressmen this staple article of food in Nassau ; the old Chip J. Llsht Infantry and 1:i J.. S. REESE. Pra.Ident. E. .W, 'MEN'EFEE. Cashier. I AND KILN.DRIED SAP
\ course of a few years, be called upon I ere being influenced by moneA Bull! county? With our thousands of during the Spanish.American war :volunteeredr z R. M CART. Vice-President. 11,

to handle the bulk of the Imports and 1'\\ feeling Is so stiong in congress|).cres of rich 'l Ian a' nothing bUn-1s in att.aining'the rank .of' ht THE PEOPLE'S BANK OF PENSACOLA. !
i exports through the Panama Canal!.; ainst the president pn account of j the ,wajr 'of :making Nassau as: famous //euleiunt.-: "- i : II|i The Journal Printed Out
An annual appropriation to the end:)jhis i indisposition to ;act Ind<>pen)'ent-l j 1(IQr Irish 'potatoes s' she, is for her The (funeral t services took place; : Direct5r'a-L J. fi'eves: J. 8. Reese, W. DeC. Ke&filer I R. M. Gary
dated all work shall I ly of congress and of his refusal topermit I f weet"potatoes. but for someone: ,to CJ .mC11rlst Church of'which he wasa W, A, D'Alembcrte, T. A. Jennings. Ing December 1905,
I necessary congressmen to have the cou' start the ball rolling.-Fernandin4;' member, on Tuesday aftern'oonit, : TRANSACTS A ,GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. j
t3 I : of
1 I' Total
have been completed and a regular tjol of the patronage In their ret'pE'c,1' | News. :3:::30 o' lock.."condu t d'' by the. -Retf : YOUR ACCOUNT IS RESPECTfULLSOLICITED.. a
appropriation thereafter to maintain tjve districts and for other reasons,! # aFlagler's P. H Whalej. and altered by a largtr. ............$44..'p'.....e................s.... .o.-c...

- the standard of excellence reached I that all sorts.of rumors are set afloat ,I Great Work.:' assemblage! of sorrowing friends The _, .' <--,.--- -- ..- .- r----- --.,-._. -'- :- 154,850COPIES
1 ; would probably do ,more: to build upI : that are calculated, to lessen' his popu I 'The :great work of' Henry' M_ Flas?- pall bearers were Messrs J. S: ;"McGaughej ,
larity. If he had more tact and less lei in developing the east coast of Caleb Burgojne, Knowles .
: the country's commerce than legisla] : of the bulldozing spirit he would R. M.Gary, f *4 /% *" y /* f***f Ja- M*sa.r.P .
John ; John )
get Maxwell Mnasey
Hjer. ,
the state, and ,building palace: hotels "
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ion along any other line. along better with congress. has given the state .a name tha extends and ChpleJonc! *.. Wholesale and Retail Desist 10 01
over the' whole world. No state The flowers were very. numerous. : : or'an average
The gallant young editor of the % # 7 'can point to finer hotels, apd ,the are and' beautiful;, j, I ,SteamDomcsticAnthracite C'Oato A
i ? Chipley Banner is responsible for the admirably conducted Mr. riagler has Mr. F. M. Cooper of Foshee ..11 a., and Blacksmith L 5,735

I J following: "V Richmond merchant' ;*. ADVERTISING. -#I spent many millions of dollars on thecast brother.in-law of Mrs Robinson was, Offlc<>-No: 4S Sauth: Palafox street. Telephone: ,83.
I has been fined! $100 for hugging a ; r----- | coast, and his 'extension of his in the city to 'attend the funerdJ'i>
4 girl. If she was a Florida !gnl he t Is a Tart ,corner Tarragona and Gonzalez streets. Phones 6 and 372 .
;.I 'r8t r(! management something ;" railway to Key West means the exj "Death is an anjel with :>.- ---. --- DAILY
ct ..urel)' got a bargain:'-St. Augustine' of a "black art." for print- j pfnditue of several millions more. To us he turns a face of sorrow, = _

Record ers' Ink is .usually! black and '[ As an evidence of wnat Mr, Flagle.I ,' blighting all.thing* 'fair- _i-' --- > _.. ';0r -, The following' figures sj i p*"
I Brother :Jones ought to" be an auf \ without it there is no "store &|I has done it is I "only ,ncessary"to say The: ,otber burns .with glory of ,the' -.H ----. : sacola Journal's circularH.U *,
. f thorny on the subject, in view of comparatively management". -only store-keep-I that within three months, the.,.early ,: stars and love is there. : ". day during the month o' i> ,;<3f
. I recent events. ins,. part of the year. 100.000 people had .And angels see :that, face 'Heavenly, I A Mone'Saver 1905, with the. average oun. If
'- 'I | registered at the hotels.: )Ir, Flagier places" i H S ucrene copls tiaih:
Now that the East Coast tourist There Is much Door advrtis- ii i hotels are known allover the ,worM A FRIEND, ----' I Dec. 1, 5,750 Dec n>, >'W
,10ia which : but they form only' those resorts Jn ", bl'I33
afish ing does not wholly Saves at tha ittrt ieepi .. ttvinf Dec. 2, 5,700 Dec
is story competition
season on fall, for e>'en, random shots will > 4, one section of the slate In every i andattL.UD.tim.a1ab.atrontcr'' Dec. 3, 5,900 Dec. 18.
.j between our esteemed contemporaries ?*. find occasional targets Yet put. .'S'I portion of Flora there are magnifi- AN OLD IDEA.Shown Horse and letter Koru. .tt*. } . In that section is In order. poseful. plann 'adrertislng, and rf| cent hotels and the state in cou e- economical. It'nvho1 Try it. Dec. 5, 5,750 Dec 20 .'6)i
t $ the rigfit_ medium, the right peri I i quentlv-) well equipped to handle the to.be. Absolutely_ False by ,Mod_ !'' m*- I Dec. 6, 5,750 Dec 2X .8;
,. The House will Investigate the '. svsteuc. the rfght amount of j;i visitors.-Davtona ,Gazette era Science. Feed Dec. 7, 5,700 Dec. f-:;;; ',600
}.. Panama Canal. v might be a good ,spAce,cost less (even on the onginaj i?I! SOLO IN THtf'CITY BY Dec. 8, 5,650 Dec. ;2.Dcc. "> "

plan to dig the canal first and do the utlay) than the other kind: :; I THE NEW SPORTING ANNUAL. I People used .to think that baldness I' F. S. M LttN. &,CO,' 9, 5,650 Dec, Z-4. 6,IW
later #' .- was one of those things which are I ,.... Dec. 10, 5,900 Dec.2i':
investigating onBleedm' '
:I ___ ______ _________ ______ 'ff' "Th'ntwapapcr size" of t' That 'greatest of standard auction handed dawn from generation to generation ; h-1______ !4i Dec. 11, ..;... Dec. 26
.; :- Kansas has somethIng: new Hstora*-the relative{ spacs of its.i'$1()''nuaP ties, the "Police Gazette Richard importing K. \n- from father ter son-just 'like;', I Dec. 12. 5,650 Dec i7,
published by Fox a family heirloom. "
ad ert8vments? with 28, '
> Dec.
compared : 5.650
Hoch has Dec. 13. :.
q to hOWl oven Governor those of Its competitors more *, Franklin Square, New York, has, just Science hasf shown 'the 'falsenesqf ACOSTA ci-Prompt delivery to any part.of the i 56CO Dec 29, -,
i : discovered a shortage of $7t,yoo in t in the public' mind than the actual {|j, been issued for 1906 ana'' the' many i thIs belief by proving 'that baldriess I E.i B. S, CO. Dec.Dec. 15 14., 5.60Q Dec lo.. n"'
the slate treasury. of its j new recorab have Increased its itself is not i "Constitutional disease: Yar4to 6t;O
it size buildings, or sales! 'l-j Office and 58' N. Tarra-1 Dec. .i1.
j j i sire but not its unce. It .but the result of 'a germ invasion' or I M h a t*..l*mn4 Ret ill Dttten /.>
C Greene and Gajnor ana' Lawyer 1i'rooms., --- -"J.I ll-I;contains records of baseball bicy-- which only' Herpicide can effectually gona, St. Pensacola. Fla. Phone 363. '54gJ
; month
about neck and netk In "Civifi aHoD- fs the IiI |' cling trotting: Jumping football rac- rid the" scalp Washing only ,cleans' Total for the
Patrick are eternal sac-, ?? WOOD AND ICE
: all athletic '
lag aquatics and sports the scalp of Dandruff it qoesnt kill
. .. to see which can stave off riflce of one: generation to the-3? 5 735
the race ] The main feature of ,the bOOk, however the germs ', Average per day.. .
.1 L the longer next and, In a smaller way, this i; is the pugilistic records, and _______ __' __'__ --------------- ,, --__- -.- '-' .
Justice "Destroy the cause you remove the I r- 7' ; -----'--- -- -- -'T----- ;; ; "-
: {? Is true-as In store keeping #' 'It
devoted to that thai
are certify
many pages popular effect I hereby .
r' Incidental! the tenacles of the 11- -where 1>o ttoxr- f toda>'s profits *i branch of sport. This 'great bookis Newbro's Herpicide will do this I : statement IE correct acre- ,*: '

t.:: Standard Oil Octopus still matntain. pay the! tax .(the publicity cost) *, made doubly attractive by ;its first every case It, is also a delightful. in3' SHINGLES. SASH. DOORS. WINDOW records on file In this offi,
'on tomorrow's bigger profits -u cass: illustrations and photos of the dressing. *- GLASS FRED V. sw -'II -.
- I t t their grasp upon Missouri. 1land these I In turn, feed and nurture tfl! champions. It 1 Ii 'authentic and rellab'e. For sale byV. ; A. D'Alemberte,! BUILDING MATEmiAL. | I Circular '15.i':
. x. Madison New Enterprise is *, xni lltth enterprise to.*: and stands tH\ay'an authority on dru ist and apothecary 121 South I Sworn to and subscrib .
The greater strength and security. the subjects upon which ,it treats. The Palafox street or send lOc in January
stamps this 1st day of .
h one of' the best' all around weekly- ".. I price is ten cents.;, postage two,'cents for sample to The Herpicide PO._ .. De, Phone II. H. G. DeSILVA/ CO. | FgRIflu J'-
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ORGANIZE n BERRY'S "BE RETUHNEDHERE .Thus.Lost la Bantered by Lydia

CREOLE TEA E. Pinkfcam's Vegetable Compound.

2O.TIIlhIiCiifPOwder How many women do you know who t,, ;
fe 'perfectly well and strong? We
SUNDAY Is' (he safest and best to cure fee&z every diy the same story over and '
all LIVE KIDN! !T u. SKIN owr ag.ic. "I do not feel well;'I*- '
TROUBLES.Herbs ic 1"ed.all. the tame In
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1 ,And! Many,. Prominent t' Men of the All Druls!s.jsll' It. "Candy Jim," Who[! Killed. Buster

Order Will ,Be, Hare on Hanulacturcd by 3 I Young Will Stand Trial in

: ; E. R.: Berry Chem. Co., St. Louis ,

.r That Date.An This'County.Jim .
' .. .
A"soIdte.yPure .. C ji. ". ,e > -- --
Aerie orthe' Eagles which has Forrest colored, alias Cand/
been In course of organization: for '
t?:nn," a negro wit1;; a ba$. reputation
is to be formed Pen-
several weeks i la .
Escola to-morrow night, and from the Small; Easy is to be returned to ths! couaty for

Makes the 1 present outlook it will be large one. trial before the next term of the circuit .
finest lightest best flavored 'bik it. hot- ... I So far many persons: have signified 'Monthly Paymentswill court H* is charged with the

their intenilca of becoming membersof ; murder of Buster
breads, cake and pastry. : the order, which is known through I put injo jour home a handsome 11' -
.out the country. I I I Pianoaf jour own 'selection. There'sabsolutely ro who bore an unsavory reputation.

Thursday:: night H. E. }McLaan state 1 nothing that can: be put In1 "Candy Jim." when he killed Youn&
I i'
Royal Baking Powder is of president of Florida the home that left Pensacola and succeeded in escaping li
rand arrives -
highest quality! always i deputy wilt give the samoamount i iI More than likely yen speak the same'word.syourself .t't:
J .' In the city to institute the order of p'easure and has a greater the authorities, going to Ala.i and DO doubt feel tfar
wholesome uniform. The of 'each and during yesterday he met many of I I refining Influence than a piano. Nom I i bJHHe went to Columbians, and froinwell. ..Thecausemaybeeuilr you 'i1
pure, contents '
; was: nf, betore
can are I tuose who intended to become members t1' w.here you live, we can place inyour long he was again traced to some derangement of the female ;
like : 'Mr MLean is not only a highofficer hour a piano that wil give you I : ttJlbiand wag tried and given a which manifests itself in :
exactly every other, and will .retain their strength and in that order but is also a satisfaction and be a pleasure as long unterte o* six months in the' coal depression organs of spirits reluctance to go

raember of Ue: Masons( Knights P.tbias. .)"- as""ou'ilve, II mines. Tnis sentence' will expire! next anywhere or do anything-,backache, 1'1'
freshness regardless of climate or season. Elks and a 'number of other CLUTT R MUSIC HOUSE. his Tuesday, and as soon as be is given bearmg-don paina. flatulencv, nerrousness. '
orders. Pensacola Fla.II liberty he will be places un4er; _sleeplessness Or other female ;
i'', To-nijht. a number cf other prominent arrest on the charge ol murder and weakness. .
Remember that Royal is of baking men will reach here to assist in .. brojyht! to Pensacola. Sheriff Van These, symptoms are but warnings
a pure, cream tartar the: ,Installaton: ceremonies which are Pelt will go to the Alabama city after that there is danger ahead, and,uDle&a ,' I:
,to ,occur Sunday evening at the hall I the negro. heeded a life of'suffering1 or a fl powder, absolutely free from alum or phosphatic 'acid. .of the C. K. of A. Among these are II rAYCOCK The murder occurred at the"saloon operatian is the inevitable result. I.I'
'j: W. White, past grand p/asldent. of 10 of A Giddens In the western portion The never failiDg'remedy for all these .
the Jacksonville Aerie, and who is algo of the city, when Forrest and"Young symptoms is Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable 'j.t
.*.. a member"of the Masons Odd Felt "{ engaged in a quarrel and ,the"lonner Compound.Miss \ .
w K. of _P...Ri Men and editor of used a knife with telling: effect the< Kate McDonald of \Voodbridcr,
the ,Fraternal Record Philip Frank, wounds proving fatal' a few days. afterwardsj N. J.t writes: 1

Alum and Alum-phosphate powders are I'worthy secretary of, the Jacksonville ScecJal to The Journal. Dear Mrs. Pmkhanv .
injurious I Aerie, a prominent member of the Ajcock. Jan. 19.-Tie Aycock Brofe The nEjro was'located some months "R.toredhealtbhuM.antsomucbtozn. ; .
.' ; I K. of P. an' others and Dr. James Lumber- Ccmanyseeins: to be in hard ago, but wing to the fact that he ,was that I cannot b lp from telling about it for I.
... .;. Do Not Use Them : Hardy? ,P.ttjnan* worthy physician of luck. The 5kl nijht. and the te could be Pensacola. For a long time I *uff rd untold agony .
\ thf. Jacksonville Aerie, a prominent' loss was nto brought; to with a female trouble and irregularities,
Mason. K. of P. and Elk. $7,650. It is 'not expected that the which made me a physical wreck and no one ;
mill will be shut' down very long on thought I would recover, but Lydia E. Pmk-t ,U,'!-
account of the fire.J. MEMORIAL TO., ham Vegetable Compound has entirelr ,.4'
DEADLY ASSAULT D.- Uc nl1an left Thursday morning : cured me,and made me well and strong and' t i 1
I feel it Ay duty to tell other suffering women .1J-t
_. looking for log teams.
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-- -- ----------- HARPER 'I what a splendid medicine it is. i, t
--- - Mr. C.. H Allen, the general man-
NtARCUIPLIY: For twenty-five Mrs. Pinkham, I'
ger 'returned this morning after years J.
1 IrtE PACE-RABB 5,000 MEN ON I two week vacation. Mr. Allen's a daughter-in-law Lydia Pinkham, }t1'

III L MILTON'' family is ndw( at Chlpley, By Associated Press. decease.has under been her advising direction sick and women since free her I 1i;

WEDDING AT ALCO I.L C. EXTENSION OLD MAN WAYLAID' AND BADLY here A number of night new from capenter came Chicago :Jan 19.-Sentiment favoring of charge. Her advice is free and !f ;::1
Tuesday Savannah
the erection of a great library Instead always helpfuL Address, Lynn Mass. j
BEATEN SOUTH ..OF THE COR- Ga.: They .satd they Jlad expected to of a chapel as a' memorial to .. t'jt
Spscial to The Jcurral.Milten. see a paradise and thy : .
are now ready -
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'11 Hitton anrtard: contains the" DAY BY ,DAY KEY WEST IS GROWING ., Jan. 19.Old Sol has been PORATION LINE. to return 'to Savannah, President William Raney Harper 4... lNick's
,, grown among the Chicago University {
JI i!- artount 01 v.edd'n,; of .
::1 i pJ't' of Pensatoa.: to Miss NEARER TO NEW on a strike and we have endure: along professors students and alumni in the Buffet and

',\ JIII'\.1 rf .bb. of AIm.ld,: ; serge of dreary: damp drizzly:: lest few days aecordin to ,suggestions -
YORK. Special to The Journal. being received: by Ih&.' board of
disagreeable weather, but it has letup L4$4rnLL
\ ', : ti i ueddin; was !'olemnized 'H'Hr'i jli
I \Iu\ afternoon :11 one ocloc'cl 1 1I at last and we are enjoying 'immensely Chipley Jan. ID.A few'minutes after trutees. Restaurant
I two men It Is believed now ,that a 'buiteln,
Wednesday young
'I l 1- .J I 11 ?' and Miss Winoatd noon
1 ace these Mltoa' -' '
bright days.
The West palm Beach TropicalSun '} named RobL ISt'n'Ber'and Gao Che k. ::" ,: almost a block lottg and to cost at
I \\ n.! tailed: in marriage"at the has put ou. a livelier and more buai- waylaid.. and assaulted Mr. Joiner., a ,a..... least $1.50(1000( ,will be, constructed in I 11
J' (lit''me bride in Alco. says M H. L. Hill'ei! ; who has ress-like appearance. Country people: of 'a honor of the great educator and builder ., is the only place of its 'i"1
: Just
.: :i un." quiet ccremonv only for the past several cnontha; been en- man over 'slxty'Jars' age Hnd in Pensacola, in fact f'j1
are flocking to town and some cotton line of Chin- Special to The Journal. of the university. The cost of a I
the corporation 1
i I uthof!!:
'k near: relatives of the con- g.igcd on the Key West railway extension is being brought in. ley on the Vernon road. They knocked LaureJ: ;Hill. Fla,, Jan., 19.-Mr. R' memorial chapel )Is estimated at $500.- it is iil
I' nr ;arcs: being present. work is Despite the wind and weather the H. Kllpatrick from' Camden Ala., who 000. I f
1 : $pending a few days him'off the\ ,horse -hewas, riding beat .
II.lP )icorple left at 3 in the
{ ; fire fiend. Abroad, Tuesday night succeeded .Mr-Mi-'Wr Latbram chief "A would be fit
was great library more
down with their fists and stackap1tol : !
:r"n for a I irip; fo' Atlanta and with his family here, and :toll returnto "' him A.Pride toPensacola H
and did some 'esperate'' an$ dastardly in his fac?threatening to kill train, ;despatcherof' the Yellow River ting to the memory of President Harper .
"- 1",11; They will, make their his duties the latter part of the work. The stable of Anderson Odom k k2d and stampedhim R R: with office at Falco Junction, than a chapel." said Dr. T. W.' '
'I" ,ii Puns-cola,.. Ha; where ) :vcekMr: colored. and five valuable horses; be him] Then they and at the Fia.,: came in. Sunday an'a' assumed Goodspeed, secretary of the,university .
Into insensibility approach {
', pxtpnsne business! Ir'J i. :Hillier wasseen, by,a representative : 1 J'Jing'to\hnElUs: Jr., which were \ ranthrough) toe charge. :of his new duties. jesterday. "it is likely that a popular .
surry !
i : l'tO the -aaughter! i .o/f..a ,
!fS only .
of The co I fined therein, were burned. A Mr.' Floyd Currie, of Florala, Ala., subscription will be made and I have .
Tropical/ ,
: )1\\ :11:0D: i A. Rabb and is a young I iun 'yesterday restaurant, owned 'and run bj ,Martin woods. das m town Sunday. no doubt that 1.500000. would braised Larger cities cannot ;Vi:
<.- ': n ant personal chaiirs and 1> an. asked what prgres was being The l lady in .the surryfound he was -
Patterson. colored;j: as also the Rev, Sap: of' Ponce de Leon. Fla. quickly.The boast of a better equipped! ,
.; '>;ilar aisons; the people of I made in the building of the extension el by rdand.. an.attempt: destr9Y'1 not dead'anti hurried colored on to give witha Is moving; itf. his residence recently place. The service Is the .\ru1f!,
I ,"- i I '...1 H: cere she has resided aCM : I which is to span several miles of to burn another negro snack. alarm. Meeting: she, had him man and purchaaed"of' )It. J. M. Fountain on Original LaxatlVe Cough SyrupIs best that can bs had. ; ,
; ; load .
the work of an LaxatJve'Honey Tar.It l,
rail Florida evidently Maig,street, Kennedy and
ocean in connecting by s '
I : P.st i k> wealthy business man anj-; it is hoped that the guilty party get Mr. Joiner and fake him into town. Mr. 'Eddie Hicks and Mrs. \V W. expels all cold I from the sjstcm by :(t'
; lii 11 :merest inseveral; naval Island City with New York said that be found dealt wiU : The doctors found him badly! bruisedand ; Nick r ; i
4 I or parties will and ) W'atkins.of-IAberty, Hill Ala. were acting as a cathartic od ,the bowels. Apostle Propt'rFUNGC.L.MCVOY i
S or, 'n'i'prjes! in Georgia, Ala-i! be amount of work being done was in -.the prcper Way. inju-ad ontbelace, hea4 J and right .visitors here Monday, last. Kennedy's"Laxative Honey and Tar Is ; rrJ
arul "'' rida. He owned lemarKable. He estimated of aide, and three ribs broken, on the left :
(: a con I simply : Mr W F. Milligan. Andalusia Mf. Aubrey>lR. .Merrill, auditor of a certain safe and harmless cure for -
.'fI'J. '1 -.k i in a turpentine business that, there were now engaged in the was in Milton last week\ the guest: of side. The doctors thought, he could the Vellov River R, R., of Pensa- colds croup and whooping cough. -
; :i ir' \HII' several years and it was:' oierationsat least five thousand men w. A. McLeod, not 1iv'\ hut your correspondent" vtsU"ed :colawasihere- Wednesday on business tlt1
:a t i-,: ::1 i;s ;>t tdr here in attention to,:, al'! told, and the grading on the upper, Mr Mountain Vernon, Fla., visited <' him )eaterdayand found him batter !connected; with that company. :
Phone M Take advantage of MetU being
, .'f' ,S in':s>nes-:. rhat he met Miss Rabb I end of the new road is being rapidly relatives here last week. 'but badly swollen about ,the face I Mrs, '(Dan McCaskill, of Pensacola, DEPOSITORS TO cltrap Wentern meat a twcialry.Ltelivorai i. '
,I" .il quallll luc(>i'>hIp culminating in I completed: Th'e"camps are gradually Miss Luella Ellisor returned last I and had and suffering badly from the 'Flat 1s;vIsitIng Mrs. E. C. Strickland % toanvpartof thunt7. -f"

tat ;'.*PP\' ceremon: of )'eterda)'. I I moving further to the ooath. and day week 'from Rose Hill, Ala., where she I bodily InjurIes.. 'I ou Main> street t .. '-- .-. -- t.I'
bj day Key 'West is, so to speak spent a month'pleasantl)' with! rela Ids alUged that Stennsr was living Rev. Wheeler, ot: ,iFonce de Leon. BE PAID, IN. FULL ,
The Original. I I'growing nearer New York. tives. with a ,woman: undar the pretense of I Fla, filled his regular appointment at t -, j
Mr hillier has charge of Camp No. Mrs Julia Miller of Chuiuuckla was1 being married and it was reported that the Jmarante paptlst church .sun'l'aY': -
M \ A. Co.. Chlca o. original 7. which is located on Pl3.utaUou'K'y :the guest of her daughter Mrs. John. they ware. not marrid, It was alleged -mornpg'and< nigiit I
!Hon an.1| raaa a throat and lung; and when asked if he ever grew C'ark a few days this week. that Mr. Joiner was one.of. the M.'J. L.. Richbourg." for the past By Associated, Presj. The (OW()) n II
-pm., l\ ;.n J on account of the great i i lonehbe said that it was almost Impossible Mrs D T. Williams returned Tuesday number making such statement, and thee }ear( log.inspector for the Scotch Macon, Jan. Announcement was J <
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Honey to feel lonely amid such from an extended visit to relatives. this: incurred the wrath of Stenner Manufacturing" Co., of Milligan, Fla. .
wa Far, manj imitations are offered scenes of progress as he was forcedto ih Montgomery and Birmingham. who wag the principal in the, fight. has resfgned his position and return. be pat to creditors of the ill fated i ril
tOT bt genuir- These worthless imitions witness every day. He speaks! of R. M. Jernfgan has just received..a Mr.-Joiner had received 136.00 while ed home:, First National Bank, of which the late
ha/e similar ot1nding names I I the construction of the road as the car load of mules' which are now; oq in town but when taken back to town MrC. H. Gordon, of Lakewood. R. H. Plant was president. :Biposl
-*''ar.' .)|( (them. The genuine Folej's noet remarkable engineering feat in the market. ? | tb'e money was gone and most of his Fia.' was' in town ;'the. first of the tors will get all tbs money they had in Storyabout(()) 1
Hont% and Tar is in a yellow pack railwaj' construction ever undertaken The main wires for 'electric) lights pockets wer wrong s'de'! out. wee,. the vaults and three and one-half percent ;
*?e \sk tor ft and refuse any substiUIP -':and says that ,wfcen it is completedit are!, now being put up on'' our streets The men were soon arrested southof Interest. The payment will be I \:!i1 '

\v \. D'Alemberte, druggist will doubtless rank as one of theleading L. P. Golson.visited Marunna a lew town, a.half mile from the scene of 5 .-- made on January: 22.AI1ERICAN "country cured i:2:

and( apsfiecarj! '. I s>'s>tems.: in the world. ''a'ays:' ago the fight They tiid' a preliminarytrial meats" and all that., is r,

,..=c..c.. -- -' ----- on tin charge cf 'assault with intent SCHOOLAT I good enough to tell but .l. '
.... "" .. T' to Wl and ,were: flut :undr $800 with the "good: old times"
bonds fach. In default of which they I that tort of thing has ".
were sent' to Jail at Vrnon i to, await ST: PETERSBURG passed away. You would 'f
I trial. .It l is alleged that they had been not eat that kind of meat
threatening to: kill Mr.; Joiner but nobody I now if you could get it. 1 "

thoight; they were in earnest. By Associated, Preen any more than )'OU would )
Whoi iii the Market. : burn a tallow candle in .
: Jan. ,19.-In order toi
St. P t rsburg 1 of electric
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: TWO KILLED IN Russia further and the goad America relations, Professor Boris, and every tl I

.flupeeo Shr.kQusrtrIzeWttk Am'rlcan'ptoffoiJiOT at the ; ;
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SEABOARD WRECKBy p School of Technology' has applied to : Wenn=Ordered
.is com ctci: s f OB QGAKTCBCUUETT. ; jtTaIbHe'
PEABOOV&CO the minister:: of educaUon for permission -
For Hardware and Builders Supplies Macau 9tLtit J5*toaiRcaSiuiTs I > to open a RussoAmerican academy -' !
AMOCiated Presc.- und r the name of Frafilclin. College '
'Atlanta, Jan. 19,-Two men were I IkWtd ,- I In addition to the usual RussIan' if'ff;.

Get Our Prices Before Placing Your another is missing, believed be: Ii branches, the curriculum: wJll-Include: I is now supplied with meats ; .
" n under th3'debris and 'a fourth fatally I :%'?- ----i courses in the English. language. prepared by the highest :
, B -*** jtA. I scalded as the result! of a collision betwsen American history and political and j skill which science! and ;'i I

Order a north,boucl: through: freight conomic science.iITINIC. experience can furnish t
I I and a witch"engine on the. Seaboard I, j There Is cone superior to o :

JJ j Air Line! Railroad: near Mba a small 1 .. Armour 'I
J f, station ;ibou; ', elht miles from Atlanta WhereDoYpu, WITH j t'

, :t. I The accident was caused;: by care-] Gold Band'Bacon, ,
f' Ifeeness of vthe .switch engine crew. ,
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! I i Agents Masury's Paints and Varnish j New york, Jan 19.That Viola Allen .I ; and the other choice prepared
'the actress,.has been the wife of meats which we t"'f'
3 2 : : J JJ ,, Peter Duryea. the ;well known horse The KandY Kitchen Is I sell you. It's aa cheap to
;, ,cwner. since last August became' ,4- easily the beat; p'ace! *o i live well aa to live any : :l
, I, 1 Mail\ Orders a Specialty., known here to-dajv Mr. Duryea and eat In town. It.is clean; As was prophesied In these column, other way. Try It.' "if11::.
i i I M1&* Allen were married at Louis well: kept. \with a firat- The Acme Brewing Company's busl-' \' :.
.3 Itfg I nIle, Ky.. oo August 16 last. The affair'was -: .class service and cuisine nesjr in bottled beers increased durIng J .1'J<"1I 'o
tl ., _.. I kept secret because of Miss 4 l.r satlafleflhe veriest the last beason to the extent of 23 : r
; t Allep's. professional engagements for A... ... epicure.p&ftychen. per cent. This"'1 1'a fremendous la-, I
'Hardware Co '(he .easozi.I 1i c4easewhen one considers the al-! I Sol Calm & Co
: 1 fg! Gordon & Brown : i ready tremendous Business the'{I

I Knight of Columbus, A.tUntionI # -' '- product bad earned. *and it i( an,
., d. The. members 91 Pensacola Council: ) increase due solely! ] to. the merit ot] The Pure Food Store, ri
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1 11 0-112 East Garden St. January 21st. at 8:20 o'clock. to beer may U79 1

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FOR $4,200,1 HAVEYOir: "

WE CANNOT IMPRESS UPON you can buy two new 6 reom bouses; PROPERTY 'I A Few Attractive Offerings in Real Estate. _

ranting for $48000 per year. These1h .

uses hate oath:., etc., gas and electricity. $28.500.00-Qne of 'the most valuable} pieces of" property in :the city :

REALJSIAILPURCHJJiTOO Can be had for .1 : on' a corner and fronting 3 streets ((260x240). '

$12ooCASH-Balance 7 percent FOR. SALE, $2O.DOO.OO-New two story brick building on Garden' street! ; near Pal- _
t afox. with lot 92 feet front Quick sale.
THIS 'IS A BARGAIN, AND IT WILL: $12300.00-Larga story brick building near business .center. :A: I!
clients who
I We have are lookingfor.bargains. ______
PAY YOU TO LOOK INTO IT. good interest payer. .. '
'IT in all;parts of thecity. _
WILL PAY 10 PER CENT. NET. $7500.00-Desirable building.lot, business centeron corner (245 _
If want -to
STRONGLY Se us you bUT, rent or fen by 192 feet). '
i borrow money. I $6000.00-Impr ved near' Palafox .
property street property paying
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X MADE about 12 per cent. We'consider this a. bargain. _

': *v* -:.: 1;. $5500.00, -Large 2-story dwelling on West Hill: good neighborhood _

The nec salty for knowing that the title Is perfect .before by investing( a few dollars in vacant L. ,S. BROWN & CO. II j I With 12 rooms and servants quarters. Lot 80 by 180 feet. tOur

making l .a payment on same. '3ots'nEstHl11., : I atu selling l lots.at$5OMD.$6O Rental Department is given special attention and our lists.
t ...,..ol I". ,ft 'I 201-14 'ThIeuI' Building. ,SelP! e 'ervatlon 'of stores, offices and dwellings contain locations in all parts of [1ecity. ,
4 ; I Our Insurance Department representing 15 of the leading ,

GJVE'A : _. Is the first law of-nature." It's aptly foreign and American comp nt!$ can fully protect you from the fin _

WE CAN PERFECT ABSTRACT- I 7 applied; to the insurance business. fiend. Loans, in any amounts,made-on real, estate and,on. short ,no, '
$1.00 cash and" 50 cents per week, or 'FOR, SALE. Those who !nsure want absolute secur tice. '
$3.00 cash: and$200: {) pr month. These ity. Some get It, others' don't
of title for all lands lots will 03 worth $100 to $125 before new' E:
in Pensacola and Escambla! county Two h for the one and a quarter centuries., Prices 'rea& nabl .. they arc paid for on thfe terms offered. 'one six room story and a half. Other An:. 'Insurance,, Policy

Such easy terms are not offered every eight room. two ,story, Modern 'in issued from our office makes you as MONEY.HOOTON

day. I am sailing 10 to 16 lots per every respect.. .- ", secure as a government bond. &, WATSON _
day and they :will'soon be all,sold.! ,
WII'I net, over percent, as invest A 'risky policy may cost a shade) Successors to Thos. Watson 6 Co. '

ment.. 4' less, but fit won't give as peaceful
Peacolla II No. 37 S. Palafox St. LEADING REAL ESTATE DEALERS.
( Investment: Co For'cuick sale.. .. .:. ... ...$4650.00 ,sleep
LESLIE,: E. BROOKS Other! desirable. bouses and lots at -Before insuring;. see us. .1
A. 'AlEMBCRTE City Manager. all prices ,on East Hill. J1
204% S. Pilr! fox St.. Fisher Building. McDavid-Hyer Company
W.H. KNOWLES, President. R. SIMPSOV, SIlCTet I'J". wc5All
Agents New York
J.E. STILLMAN V-Pres. and Cen. Manager. KNOWLES HYER. Treasurer. ,5 'room hous!. E. DeLeon......$ .oo Life i Insurance Cpmpany. Professional DirectoryTHOS.
For Sale. .
I Real Estate, Loans, General Investments., i 8 ,E. Government' Street. kinds that you want.
Phone 7CO. fra.
215 :South Palafox Street, Pensacola Florida. FOR SALE.-Thoroughbred Scotch PEBLEY,
collie, imported stock. 1102 E. GaJsden. C.R.VAEGER ,
I or pnon'2S5.; 20jan2w: COLLECTIONS-
202 Thlesen Building. Phone 332
Board and Rooms.
FOR \LE-Second hand ab.ockIbuggy I PALAPOX, AND ROMANA. than you can buyit
PHONE 553.
lubber tires, in, first-clasa' anywhere., Any size you I
WANTED I HELP WANTED condition For information telephone BOARD AND LODGING-New furniture want.

._ _. No. 51.FOR D. HALE WilSONREAL 6 CO. large clean rooms. Terms rea-

\\ *:\TED.-Quart whiskey bottles at WANTED.-500 men $too'daib', permanent sonable. Apply Mrs. C, C. Brock, 117 C. R. YAEGER; E. C.. SEWELL
circulars i SALE.-Most beautiful residencs ,
:\ man Saloon. 20janlwitHERS I pass tack signs ESTATE North. Tarragpna St. ISJanlm
.block in Pensacola overlooking the ,
np"o"l yassing. Continental Distributing ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.
1'1' get K utma's price- Co.,.'Chicago. 19janlw !bay and Bajou Texar. Magnificent I 'ROOMS 'JO RENT with or without Phone 614.
,to! (i veloprng and finishing Best! live oak magnolia and other shade RENTS AND. LOANS board.? ,22 E..,,_Garden ISjanlm, Rooms 202 and 234 Thiesen. ,Bid. -'---
,''f* ,litapcst in dt)". Romana andHud \VANTED.-13O7 about sixteen to tres. Ideal 'location for home, hotelor I PHONE 332.
I u\ 20,Janlm learn glazing. Apply Saunders' M>UCa. sanitarium. A., C. Binkley ,! ...l FOR ,REVT' =-Two well furnished ESCAMB1A OYSTER DEPOT.
:. 29 Kisl!; Garden. ISjan I We have the, following very desirable [ room* Southern exposure conveniently
,, \:TED.-Second hand bill ard tai r located,. hotel Phone 1210.
WA'N' TED FOR SALE4Second hand ladies' bi- : pieces'of property ,on our "For > near and ,
-Nurse woman. Apply! I .
I.i 4. 'h' ap Address "Claxton. city. houses:. Reasonable rates 302 N. Dr S. R. Mallory Kennedy Fine Perdido and
Bay plant Escam
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'jant. this,l morning, at, 619 ,North Baylan cycle, $5 and also sewing ma Salej"., listi, Sprang street. bIa
l7janlw5ONE Oysters
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street. chine tot' 1000. Apply at 403 N. Reus.
I9jan 'FOR SALE. Office over D'Alemberte's Drug Storo
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\\ "\\TED.-Second hand furniture,I i }TED.-Three-good----men-- -to solicit ISjanlw I /s block with nice lot of fruit trees, ,.,doable, furnished room with Office Hours-9.30: a. m to 6 p. m. C. Tabarras :& Co.

.cmi !household articles of all kinds and collect industrial Ins rance. FOR SALE-200 good farm lan.1. and under fence. New City...$1,500 board. Hot,And cold bath and use Phones 274 and 109. I

.H, :aah Address P. O Box 353.anlm II Apply Room 3, Old Armory Hall Sat ,2::> miles southeast acres of Chipley. in I Vs block best part. :of East HIUl of telephone. Phone 865 or apply 415
2 W. Gregory street., ?
: I urday morning: 18jan3t Washington: county; no waste land; 30 l very che D. ISjanlw Marine Grocery Co. j

\\ A-OTED.-The- public to know that WANTED.-Quick, reliable colored acres readyfor cultivation. Good I Best building-.''location overlooking FURNISHED room for rent; no light IG YATES M. D;

.)i Id newspapers can be bought at I I boy of good appearance for office Urns rock quarry on premises. For, I Bayou Texar.: 200x137 ft......$1,500 housekeeping. 111 W. Chase St. 604, 606, 608 610 S. Palafox St. ;'
t. Good S ruom house W. Jackson :
i 1" office for five cents a bundle. They bore App'y!;! 11 W. Intendencia St.. after further particulars Marianna address Mrs. "L.* 'lr et." .. -. .. .. ..........$850 'f ANTED.-A few boarders at :2 q.2 w. Phone 725. fl

',' all clean and nice.XTED.Eledric I 7:30. 16Jan Wiselosle: Fla; 17Janlm- i 4 block in,New City. near StodJart Gregory New' house good neigh- OPTICIAN V. J. VIDAL, Manager. ffi.

\ WANTED' .-Men and boys wanted to FOR SALK-Pecan trees;:all sizes; place.. .' -..( i.-<. :. .. .'. .. .. ,.$1500 borhood and on car line. 12janlm 306 THIESDV, BUILDING -
\ work of ah kind
\ !j I earn $5 to $8 day after completing from extra fins paper shell seed. W. Number good tenting houses!! that BRlqGS 'HOUSE-Wright street, Just THE HOME OF GOOD THINGS TO
,, 1 L>t us Uj clean jour fans etc.resair P.1'\Jj3 your I'j I course of practical instruction at home E. Acosta. 14jan will net, 10 per cent. west of Union Depot Nice comfortable --- EAT. I" '
r uamo jour wiring lor in our schools. Graduates admitted \ 120 feet' bY'80 feet corner Romana Rates SOc SZNT TBXE ttTA Just Received '
room;, per day: : :
elatula Elecfi Co. 235 S users morphine,
;1'';," to union.. Positions secured. Cojne FOR SALE.-Grocery store and meat and Alcaniz., Excellent! ,location; for rooms per week $250 up. 12jan2w II opium, UQdinum, Halibut Chunks Halibut Quick Lunch .

1tfl. I I, Bros. Co. Practical Schools Plumbing market attached; b'uslness. good; warehouse. 11ousenow, .renting regularly ellxtrof cpiam.eoealnoorvaltker.a- 50 kits of fancy :Mackerel $l.25 per 1-

and Bri.-ldaying; New York. Chicago. reason for telling on account of going; for $24 per month... ... ..$2500 NICELY; FURNISHED' ROOMS suit- kit. 1'
\\TED- First-class r-gistsred"' !! ,able for light i housekeeping All i O.Dr.I Urge book ef parI -
Cincinnati and St. Louis. Free cata north owner does not want to stay P I U ticuisrios home orlaDatorlum 50 kits Salmon $1.25 per kit.
:! uggist and pharmacist wants pos- modern conveniences. Apply 810 B.Gads4en. .
: log. south. Address .I.. M., care. Journal. Will lend a reasonable amount of 1)I treat. 50 kits halibut fins $1.25 per kit.
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: Hjan. TfnShfy alloWfst TntrTTeTrate cf Inter-: j j jNICB"FURNISHED I AND- B. M. VOOLLKI, 50 kits of Cod Tongues and Sounds.
."Ofar". Address F. Z., care Jour- -\oung man as stenographer
I eat on% any of the above. .ROOMS for rent. lOiN.Frrerbi. $1.25 per kit. c
:.- 3jan.| and to assist in office work. Give FOR SALS.-Full blood Barred Plymouth Cure G. rDIREeTORY' I 30 8. 'aIafo8t.Phone ''Newy} furnished, clean and; nice, Bloaters, Milkers and Roes Herring
-HOND hAND CLOTHING WANT. references and state salary expectM.Address Rock, White Rock Fisher 234. I near postoffice. :Apply at 128% E Codfish. Pickled Salmon. Dill)] Pickles:
P. 0. Box 174 Pensacola,
Streign and Brown Leghorn Fqwels .,
Government I street Mrs., B,, M. Trainer. German Sauer Krout.
E D---Hijh; :'st price paid for gent'sag Fla IDjan. .
; Eggs"pel" setting of (15) $100 For :Zjan1tx( : .: 'II.E Pigs Feet In kits. 100. '
( ,r':"; c'!:lv. AI! >o sail second: hand ( :- ,
further Information1 address Plymouth: Mariewal and Langes Fruit Cakn.
K<- No a IX latendencia., WANTED-Tnree- or four good-si- ld Rock Poultry Farm. J. J. Pope. Prop, 4tiI:_place<: Ao board.on N..fltll, J -' National Biscuit Go's Fruit Cake. 25c

carrier brys Apply to C. }.. Stewart L. Box, -Bristol, Fla.:,'? '7janl Timbeii! Lands i lad doo fronr! rat*line' on Strongstreet. ,Pensacola Lodge: Nit,'3C K,_'ot'P.mdets per pcun "

Ji'B PRINTING of all .kmfla wanted Journal ftlce.Any'.jntelUgelit. .. for ,,-alt.k. lau ddrss" No., i every 'Monday evening at T'SO WaliandletbC; celebrated Mends of
:y :;, MUes Printing Co., .24 W. 'person" may earn a FOR \LE-Barred: Pb'mouth nock Journal ". "' ** Jan1m o'clock'at their temporary.Castle Hall' Coffee !,o *ted by.the Gulf City Coffee .

\lwrnnd:1. Paons 181. Only: the a'goqd income corresponding for Cockerels ,from prize winners, $1.00 Old.Jiewap"pet1\at,, : five cents a bundle over Pou stable W. Inteodentia: Sx. Co. H. P. Chipman. Manager.
bp;,' of vtrt Idee Large well marked, good blooj. Visiting brethren"cordially welcomed. Oaxaca 35c Ib Gold '
rewspipeis; no canvassing: experl- up. ; at,this ftjc .. They are all clean ; Standard 25c
epce unnecessary. Send for pan.cu. Also some good pullets. Mrs. LizzieB : and nice. J. A. KIRKPATRICK. C. C. Ib: Diamond Blend 25c lb; Golden

TElHaulln; and transfer lars. Northern ,Press Syndicate Hughes. Chipley, Fla. Sldeclm: t44ForSale H. HORSLER K. of L & :SRaUiboce fife 20c.Ib. 1.

i irk 'S..e phone 3&3- residence' jekpnrt." N Y.( 5nov6raos : FURNISHEDROOME' location, Strictly fresh roasted and as gooi .
:..' 33'- icosta & White. 22 28 N' FOR SALE.-South half block 211, SplendkJ view! of bay.. 414 South Lodge' No as any Coffee sold in this city; (

:. agona ft. 25ma W.NTED.Ien to learn barber trade. fronting ,400 ,feet on 13tb stree by.' '" J 1 Alcaniz. .Dee:.29. 30, K. of P. meet every Send us your urders and we will deliver '

Our facilities cannot be equaled 107% fiet on Bay lew_ Park;, ,alsoi, : ,We-; have. them. Several"' splendid. Thursday evening at,800: promptlv.BrosnahamDotson&Co..

"':AM: LJ< -second hand corn oat j Stfady practice, careful instructions. south half of block 212., fronting .409 email locations, .NICE'FURNISHED ROOM two blocks .o'clock in their temporary ..'.----
..lcd'OWn seed meal sacks. Out of tools. dipltmas.and, positions, waiting., I. feet on 14Li St., bi 137% feet on Bay Saw Mills and a! d Saw mill loeat4ons. trdcd Palafox' St: 311 West Government Castle Hall, over Pou sta
'" "n '!hipments elicited. Write us. money earned from start, big ages to View Park. The only property: adjoin 'Some I excellent! bargains In large : Phone S99.- Inquire. 8 to 12. ble, W. Intendencia street. .
F 3 felen! &. Co. 20mar. graduates, just the season to begin I ,forenoon. 21declm* '
ing Bay View Park that, is now ,tit, and rnall tracts of. round and boxed Visiting knights'. are COAdially Bollar Makers Machinistsand
Particulars' mailed free. Moler Bar- ,
sale, The beautiful view down th< timber lands. welcomed. '
\NfKD-Th9\ Merchants Transfer her College! Naw!! 'Orleans, La. i W, A TED.'-A' few',boarders In private I '. J, IT. R1BK C. C. Founders.
down the bay nverb .
bayou and can ; Delta
< Large tracts of .Mississippi ..
in, wants baul1:1 fatuity ttlcely.furnished with I and Mill
your moving and ; Hjanl obstructed: A. V. Club$., 3OjlyAIJTOItIOBILES.I and ,Hardwood land*.' : rooms C. J. LEVY K. ()f'R/t 8. i Steamship Supplies.
.Ai: breakage guaranteed. T. B. Tnor- use Of'batb.and telephone. Convenl Bffice Phone 619 foyl tftreot Wharf I
ANTED-lOO laborers, wageg $150 Splendid Use, of valuable propertyand Phone 033 Pensaeola. elorida!; jI
fen Prop Phone 978 'railroad '
18Juncln.KI ent to shops and on car line.I
... of am agent for; tie Stock Knights of Columbus, .
GouldingFertilizer location
per dappll' factory. fine for a Colony or 401 'Gr All Work ha. Our.Personal 1 Attention
Apply ; E. gortf :
IVG I.'UAL Pope Mfg. Co. and can sell you autos ,
& contracting painters Co. 14Jan Farm i& South East Georgia. Meetings "of the
ai.d decorators. Fine vara.shiai: I -- from 500.00 up They cost less than' Seine of. the choicest :residence UNFURNISHED- -Large front room: Knights of ,Columbu
'a'i fcrishms Sign pantlng! a spe- horses to keep up. They can: be run places In the beautiful little city of fronting',to south '.and west. Good : are. hell at ,their'hail.

nn Resldei.ce phone %4t.: 29aug. f MiscellaneousTHE in '.sand or anywhere a horse can go' DeFuiiiak Springs Fli..;atd in Milton. light\and central location Apply 12 No... 8 West Intendencia LVAIiSYlLII-TERRE HAUTE R-R-

: Leslie E. Brooks. ._ Fla.' N. Palafoj Stttr:! 'phone 65. Sjanlm .- *treet.!, on every
\NTED-Ail keepers ot poultry to DAVIS MANUFACTURING COwholesah. Our and terms reasonable Monday evening at.
prices are
feed wheat. It Is the cheapest feed and retail manufacturersand FOR 'SALE. -One- fine display case; BAY/HOTEU-Opeu night 'und day.' 7.30 o'cloclcn: *n.. .
k,' <*use it makes hens lay.' F. S.V 21 feet Ions.,8 feet high 'and 3 feet : European plan Rooms light and ft'!
ami viltitlon
jn mattresses to i U extendedto
dealers Hen & Co. Phone 334 Second hand furniture wide. Suitable for almost any kind _: clean. Transient trade solicIted. visiting Knights:
bed springs business. Apply to E. L.: Reese fj75- 1 Salafox.. Jas. S. Nicolau, (
WANTED --\11 drifts 'of electrical bought and sold.. Upholstering,andre, : r 6 4 Prop JOHN' B
work I sell all Vinds of electrical pairing a specialty! 114 E. Belmont : ED {.- FOX. 'Grand. Knfeht.(

:clerics>I anj other electrical supplies. St., city. C.'T, Davis Mgr.. RECEIVED-Large,.sblp PARK' HOTEL.-Opposite Plaza. Recorder. '

When lOU need me ring 345 or 955 17janlm ,Olive Oil. enl of ROhm's-witbor without board. Short \t
j Retail : f'.W
EV PeaKe new Star Laundry build- DRAYMAN'S ASSOCIATION. .. *gallon;o imported or larger quantity. G. Morasso by pint .. ord ra and. regular ,meals served in: Pensacola Lodae: No._4, I. 0. O. p. :
Real Estate and cafe. Room overlook, bay. I6dec. Pensacola Lodge No. '4 I.
E O.
m Garden. 15dec. If you want a good dra man rig I & Co.. ship chandlers antf grocers.'70? O. P.
953 Draymen's stand corner Palafoxand South Palafox. 4.ct.I Abstract t jCompany j meets every Thursday evening: T:3'J
R. Bingham wan'3oir at the new h:1on': :"West" Garden
We will haul
\ moving End bailing He guai* Zarragossa. I FOR SALE,-Oaly 4 joung Boar pigs! : REWARD street. Visiting bretflren corUlaUy i
anti>es all breakage. Phone 60.:; gage and furniture other at hauling the same We!will rate si-ed by Duke of Florida 68923 out' P. 0..BOI 115$ DeFuiiiak ,Springs, florIda $25 invited. GREENBLATT.. :
aUo any
JIRT HOUSE DYEI G.Pressin'gaud haul any load that one man can ban lof All Orphan guaranteed Lee with of Baltimore.! Sun J. NEVILLE Secretll')"'., i

Cl-anins} : Club, 118 N. Palafox die without anyhelp within one mils i Carl registrations and<1 '-
S' Mrs T. J, : pedegrees Se'Urllnd, Chipley For Sale REBEKAH SISTERS. .
Davis, Prop. Your patnage -|I for the regulaj' ri'P. Wo are reliable '
Fla. 26nov: T Naomi 'Lodge No. 10.; Rebekah i
solicited satisfaction SU-
; guaran- drayaien, and wg are responsible. '
*$'. :! Careful attention given ladles We are -n the business and are hari FOR SALE.-Nice, clean newspapers :\IYIIAZINE.. "INVESTING. FOR ters meets every Monday' night at i
tannents Phone 1222! Sdecl. sale. PROFIT" (which TlUS'nd free) Is 8 o'clock In I. O O, F. HaiL Visit.i
-- to stay. You can! find us from six to for Only 5c a bun4e.'! They
"K \\TED. I'' make gorfd wrapping paper, and ,ara Tvorth $10 a copy to,any man who |tn- tag sisters cordially invited to be pres

.t'' ''be -Everybody to take dinner 21declm J, }BELL Mgr. Just the thing to put under matting" tends to invest any npney, however ent. MRS 8. DeTR.\YER. :
Southern Hotel 9dec: jjiall: ; wno has money invested unprofitably MISS MAMIE FREEMAN, Secretary..
CUT J LO\VERS.-attirson's Rose-
QI,''iK DELIVERS-Hauling of all mount Gardens of Montgomery, has FOR SALE OR RENT-New, modern: morel} or who 'can save $5 or 1>1. E. B. A. No. 81,. meet. first and THROUGH SERVICE
;"Isolicited; moving'tof furniture ia Punsacola: two-story,' six-room house. East Hill) per month, but who hasn't learn- '
placed an agency repre- third Wednesday evening" at 7:30 VIA S SL&NE.&T.H.and
taltj East Hill Transfer Co. cars. A. C. Binklsyr -- t ed the art .inTesting: tor,?rofit. "
Miss ,Bertfe Smith. 616 N near Sja Hall
sented by Ra3ord! 'No 10. West
,*< .tI itucfe Phone 454; office Phone It (daiaons'fat-s t the REAL earning I m, ., Inteadencia -' C. & E. I.-
Orders for
IIromptlyfilled street. .
('" 14janlm1 1 I FOR SALE-One No: 3 A EastmanO pow,r, nf money"'lhe knowledge finan YestIbuled Throyoh Trains. Dally n '
carnation and all kinds of other1' ;. A. G.' 2
roses. FELL Pres.
folding pocket kou'ak' ,
'I ; a bargaInp.ply NASHVILLE TO CHICAGO,
den: and bankers )hide from the
u \,\ .-exp"rienced"male: ste--cut flowers. Phone 651. IGdsl1AILORING : I to E. L. Reese 1:8: Palafo* masses.It i J. L. SWEENEY. Se". THROUGH SLEEPERS u.DAY COACHES '

II(.tpVr Ad- --B, L.' Diamond Tailor. street.. HEW ORLEANS TO CHICACO
permanent position -
535. '
__ __ SODWS; how to Invest small sums! W 0. W.' i '
tare Journil. Gents' clothing pressed and
_______:_ : 14janlwMonsy r repaired on thor notlcp. No 11% FOR SALE.-.One'choice block) top and,bo-v( to make.them: grow into for-' : Lire Oak Camp No.' 1, WW.; .. Do ..1l1LU.A.! ...CL P.1.. S.L IOOERS.'lea.Act.Iw..vou.a. .
on tuntf-the actual possibilities of Inj ... "
.I. -.ua.
meets! la Pythian flail 1st and irJ YThs ,
West Government St. Pensacola Fla. of the rUse east of t1e. elicirlc I fcWARRANT'tqr :
I :.t n:1t3t: investments., the'arrest of this woman "'- -
j Wednesdays in each month 'Visitln -----
to Loan. Idee. railway between: 7th and i h'atre ts, ;i
It reveals the enormous profits .' sovereigns cordialinvited.! : : --
-- [ -- Nautre has favored this section and it i-
SAlCMAKER.' bankers rnake and shows how one can: iberlff at Devnlak '
I : "Wire Springs, F. A. }BOGHICH. C. C. '
310\1: :.Y TO LOAN.-On re"'l estate or J. H. PORTER sallraaker. '716 South cannot be'duplicated A V. Clubbs. the Pensacola l SJ. Andrews' and
makE frame profits safety."' Florida ? $25 P& reward for the chill LESLIE a BROOKS. 'rkI. I ,
Oti-, efficient; security by appljts ,;I Palafox: street Orders taken for It explains HOW stupendous for- Fishef Monroe.DougU*. This woman, I
'" 'ihos Pebley or."Palafox an4 tents.,awnings camp stools and house I'I'I FOR" SALE OR RENT.-Two )Hlhters: fune}.ere mad* api WHY, th y, are Florenct' Wood kidnapped him from W. O_ W..C.. Oak Grove. No.4.' Gulf Steamship Co.

Romana up stairs_ITnov-ou .I cotS. etc., Prlqes reasonably Sljan. :lumber one with the capacity other for: 75 thousand ft" mad. -aow $1,000 grows to $22,000. Freenort FU*,on the night of September Woodmen!! Circle! mtets"Uit Thursdayof

\tfl\iyjO LEND-Oh;good real e* pacity.! ; Rates reasonable thirty thousand ca To:IntrlJduc my magazine.write'me: 6th. t9b5. The child is 6 years old, each month It 330 p.: m.. 2d floor STEAMER TARPONriHSTCLA

tae erurty "r"on gopd collaleral. 1- ; : write J. A. Chaffin & Telephone NOW. mention this'pap+rand_ I'll eenl fair skin. }Ut.h&ir, .has upper. foreteethTrotteil --Pythian Hall over. Pou's stable on In- ,w. AflirlOWMaatsr.

at ,"w..", rates Leslie E. Brook I ; or Co. Milton. it SIX. MONTHS. IBEE. 1 'off, very plump, weight tendencia ,street: Visiting sovereign : .tSL'NG1it. ;; it.ND.
f\;:;:", :lUndin 2lianLOANEIQfl&fly : ---. LOS'1'1'1'I : Fla.._ 31dec)m' EDITOR GR 30RY. < about 50,WUJtfs" TerJr bright chllIExpetser ( cordially Inviied. '!..Ir.. W. A. Smith.. YREi'r SERVICE
_ I I '
clerk Mrs. M BOlsen. ,: =
81 otb ; guardian. -D4tt1h"a- '
1r1''f LOST.- FOR SALE-Beautiful block In Ne. Jackson Blvd. Chicago! paJd' Fays delivering :kA)
I\UI" a'id all mouths tlil. liver and white ticked.I City. Tract No. 312. For task: ICOX ".- .. .'- .' i chlld>1oDeFuaiak Springs, Fla, In ad- PENSACOLA. MOBILE. APAUXCHI.. 1
'eekn of persona property; piyab'el j i wearing collar wjth my name. on It.I Apply} to A. M. McMillan. Court HoiU4: I I FOB *! .iyr dltlorf to' KT $25 jeward. ---... --- COtA. CARRABE .L ST. AN *
or monti y. When you need ; .t i 't IL. k. .DOUGLAS.Fatljr Educational DREWS. MlttVlttS.! t I
.. i
1IOt': Reward Co- return to R. H.. Lansford lang '.v ,
bee me. J. A. V.'ilson, 22 V4 V. '
of the chllJ.DeFunlak I And all points on St >nareW Bay ;
OernmenI street, Salisbury building'' 114 W Garden street. SOJan. NORMANS PILLS.-Just received FOR? RENT.-A newly papered' six- Springs Fla Carrabe'le' ar<| ApaUvhlcola.. ;ll ,1
toon> 7 2de;: : LOST.-Saturday, i>ur'e containlngi i ir 55.600 Compound Cathartic, 'For f room cottage, two blocks east of' I... MUSIc.-After the Holldayi I will SCHEDULE Lvj -

!.10-'r.: ,r money. bilLs and papers. Owner's sale! at The Alligator and We't End &; N,. depot on car lin?. Apply j. )I.Wnliams .II 7Janlp accept a limits number -of pupils Leave PeLMtcola Suodat. 1:30 p.

tOla: LOANEE) on all kinds of per- name I Inside,..RtwanJ for return to!| Saloons rlSUOY1m ,..or...pboae 907 < Itjanlw* -"- : on the following Instruments M, : ,Violin, m'for Mobile Ala _
property on short noticeS 16JanFound .. Cel'o! ,Clarinet and bras Instruments Leave Peasacola. Tuesday. Sao
Ttm%St easy J W. Dullard npstalr* Journal office FOR SALE.-10 room house' ,: ;corner : FOR RENT,_,. letaat:two itory toN II csfSafes! Safes! except slide: trombone.. Will m. for 'St Andrews, Mlllvlll. Ap p..

:. South P lafox St, Phone 1144Sncr. -TiOUNBioocb:-- : lot 3'blocks 'frbm :taloxlot: 96t: 'room in'new'Star:Laundry building teach at pupils ree3dencet.-'Music fur. ''aieol*. Carrabell and IntortaedUt

I :' '; 192 on car line.'. For particulars :-li. E, .Garden street.,,Apply. Walker Inrahtm. -; :' Buypiebold' Safes! Dished for all oCcMi "bandar l orchestra. points.. '.-

l\J.," ,qulre-of Standard Cloth nc-ct. :29j Star Laundry, .. Itdec.:I Ii Please* leave orders at. the For additional Information apply tj.
11 loan
&J (TED amount or money to .I: : --Owner ,can have :"'C 'BINGHAM haaatontg,,room for! Scarritt More.no Clutter, ,Music HottsiN pi" 'at my':: perjnanent .I J. R. SAUNDms.E. .\ 'If
5>{ kinds of personal prt'pertr.il' same 'by: proving Woperty ;t.nd tpaf- :yOR..SALE--Nice, clean-old newspapers 'yest'su1tabIe'foefdTttUre'tor ther : aSdre:: Navy Yard; Pansacola. 'R. COBB. PTMldMt

kan-- rates to business men on large I I I)lag. for thist notice. Apply at Hotel at five cents bundle. Thii of goods 104 and 101 _South ,Tarragona! Fla. P. Fflaggm3erLLSNavy. : Gen Frt and Pass. AgtPezuacola .
) The New Co.,20'h 1 AgCiit -
Yprk Loan !
fice. > Fl4
: Palafox I E ambL1. :? -- lSJan3t : St, ,Phone CU Z9no,,.I :' "" *
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; t : I I [EELLY[ R REE_ Wt McMilllln ,QIQ 1, Manufacturers I '- EEP' V t A'IN"C ,'. ", "7-tt" E -DATES V'V V

S twhen' :vlif&; assurance _premiums: are due. see that they
a are 'paid ',re'gularly b fore .hat time-do not 'Walt till th-

: WHERE ARE. YOU FROM ? ,: OF o SOUTHERN: ,4INDUSTifiES t & i l' %:'5V;V VI:'l lasfc r. :"day., payment;t, of premiums promptly V

_0 .,Mean, Comfort and( Happiness for the Family.
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I ,Be 'sure' yout policy 1s in the': Equitable.KnowlesBros. .
Say from ,Missouri, anyhow.. Make [ V ;MOBILE, ALABAMA.MARKETS. V '
; state of the "show me1' :
'your buying Insurance Gen'! Astsfire
One and we, will sell you I : .
ife. P enacci.
Your Clothes Overcoats, Hats, j _
; ... .
New Formed in Dixie _. _
Shoes and Furnishings Corporations V -

Just as sure as fate. Our dothlng [Land .During t the Week _No V liavi> Naval stores -Stores.quotations wre received. -I V : t-. % :%::%:: :%.:: ...- ;::

; Is the 'ull wool variety, Hats, Shoes' ii'.
o .' yesterday)": the S v 'nnah exchange ; 1 V PENEIACOx..A.

: for and your Furnishings dollars,,;and the each greatest article value the Just Passed._"'1 V V I A good thJtIaV, V legal holiday.being clostd on account ofij I :Iron 'Works' and Supply Co. \

i acms perfection in build, fit and Chat'aaooga.tTenn.., Jan 19.The- 'V to have. A gin oi quality I
style. Your money Jtackon any pur I following list,* given out' by Tfld AUSLEY, & CO.'S REPORTS I *- V :* Manufacturers and Repairers of /

I chase that may not prove satisfactory I Tradesman shows the new industries\ that all men.appre- !Liverpool Cotton Market. H V V MACHINERY AND BOILERS V 7
-goods returned to :be} undamaged, ot V
:! established in tha onthjrny States, date. Insures strength Close B FORCINGS MILL AND, STEAMSHIP SUPPLIES
! course.H I during the week ending Wednesday and' V V Jan.-Feb?.....,. .20Feb.M '.] REPAIRS A SPECIALTY 5
: Is a striking nld:catlon of the indus vim and vigor. r..f..M.. .&21 \
.8.23ApnlM tj, Prompt attention given to all drders. day or night.: Agent
of 1f&r..AprIl..1.
trial activity this section the '
; at ; "y...,.;,;.........8-28 i l i for James ilcIOy. & Co.'s ce.ebrated Log and Timber Dogs aUo /
The John ,White present time. A study! ,Gi the: } reveals -, ,All good dealers Mil It l'II\y..Juue....,...............................6.2Jy i t 5 V Chains of'all'dftscriptlons. &
Store remarkable .
a diversity o( newjn.ojaets. ..0.29j ? Office Phonf 123. PHIl. WITTMAN. Mgr.
iha preponderanC3 being, ii, "B. fi B.'* Atlantai i J5fl5J5VIY..V.:::..:::::::::::::-:;::::::::: 4UO: r- V Residence Pone 1029. PO,,-Eox 123. :y:

Specialist in Men's. tVear, the development of iron., coal timber; V ; I IMorris j I A.oPlt-8eptel.........................1l2S *: ..-.--- j..i.t x s ujus eaKaiCX V Ba xx KsnsuxttNAUSLEY
cotton aul other resources of the V 8'Ptemw-<>ctober ,...,....... 2-............
2O5-2O7 S. Palafox Street.. Phone 225 land. The Texas list ,fairly Illustrates V V Oatober-NoTfpjber ............:;...' ........... .. .,
(bis point. The 'HJW V industries November-December ...._............ .._: .
re !
ported ,from that, state tor tae week.. : DannneisserFormsrly i r D-mbe.JalUiar.r ........ ................... ......... ..M....... ............ ..............

and recorded in this|! list, are 19:>> In V Liverpool Spots, &3) V
I number, and 15 of thesa. for the I gales,iO,00.V:
are )I
( of Dannheisser ,Bros:)
distinct of i COMPANY i
purpose developing,the nat i IV
ural resources of thq state' In various Pure Old Rye and New York Cotton Market.
- Wines. Beer and Tobacco. Cos: ,
0 ---- ",ays. Chg proportion Tiolds.:god:) inall I Open Hlt| l Low
TASTE IS BEST of this' J."...,.)..,. 11.65 11.Bb 1158 1158
GENTLEMAN'S the states
A will represented in Old Hickory Whiskey Specialty F br! l'J........... ...... ..... ..... ..... i
'SUITED WITH 'A It also be'observed ,that tha 12 W. Zarragossa Street March......:... ....1185 11.8i 11.75 1l.'ifi COMMISSION BROKERS, :
J SH1PPINGNEWS capitalization of new'industries, show PENSCAOLA. FLORIDA.pany. I April............... .
a very nigh. ,average. 'from 1500,000! JJay..............11.92 1193 11.86 11.86 *
r CERTIFIED CHECK down to .$10,000, no. reports being June...... U WEST INIENDENCIA I ,STREET, PENSACOLA, FLA.

made of concerns wita )Jesa than the V Jnlj*.,...1197 .11U9 11W 1192
latter Hartfjrd-$5,000 warehouse com.Louisville .... .- ..
figure Among the notable Industrial August .1
5c CIGAR. CUared.Tertj4. r accessions: of, tha *eeK might p4ny. 7 V 8eP&ember.-..... ..... .... ..... Private: Wires N. Y. N. 0 and Chicago.
All the Qualities of fia for.aroma ,, Cer Uartinsos 1336, for be mentioned a $100.000unther\ company ,' .. -$50,000 company tomas October.............".. V .. i : ,.. it. {

color and gooo* material Genoa with 434,000 s fl sawn tlmb'r,1 in Alabama; $50,00.canningfa> :-. facturc street: car brakes; $1(),. j I November........ ..... ..... ,
embodied in It. .. .
' "' A.Greenhut&Co.' 154,000 s ft lumbsr,: for Leghorn with tory in Arkansas; $100,000! harJware, 000,) .distwlc:>ry. V I,December New.York Spots.. 1:123: i | CPIION'SJOCKSJ GRAIN,PRO VISIONS and BONOS I

sawn'timber LondiWLaundry.
690,000 a ft 179,000 s ft company in Kentucky2&0,000: water -' .New Orleans spots II Ji, .
DISTRIBUTORS, lumber. works in Mississippi:r, $209,000 Louisiana. I ,
marble and mining ,company in, Mis Shre\eoort-$25.000 lumber com I Chicago Grain Market. t Bought and:Sold on Margin or for I Investment. It
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PENSACOLA. FLORIDA. souri; $50,000 'lumbercompany: and pany. .4. I V V V i Wheat. I V
V e.AnUqua. $50,000 knitting mill Carolina New Orlsans: -$20,000 land coni
is North Low Close
i Opea High
'Br sa Witten 1815. Vera ; $250.000) mining com'panyOklahO pany; tile factory. V I May V_>..,m 8I1/ 88 87% 87"I Reference: First Natlond'and( Peoples Banks. Phone 11 73 |

Cruz IQ. master. ma; $500,000 power Company. and Verda Maringjum-Saw-mill.Saw,. mill. VV I July........,. 858lit' ]. S4J.I' ......+..+..+.+.&*.+......+.++. < +.+...+......+W+
Auguste, Aust as., Hreglich 1777 $200,000 cotton mill In South Carolina;
, : ; ; EVERY DETAIL IN New Orleans to Gulf Transit Co. $300,000 coal mining cqjnpany ana. Mississippi.V Corn.V .
Eretria 'Dr ss.,' Mulcany, 2255, warehouse company. l ip \Xenn isee; Jackson Jlattiesourg-$250.000 Electric water works. : Open' High) Low CloesMay. ...... ... ................. ........ ....
Sharpness. $300,000 icp and cold storage! plant light plant. : .... ,.......45 ,5% 45 45VV4l i.
: THE OUTPUT Gamma.: Dutch ss. Teensajna 1333 and $00,000 mining company in Text Sumnvt! -. $10,000 development. .. com lh lT.,4 4 % 4Vg :
West Hartlepool to order. as; JoO.OOO( telephone company' in Vir- pan)'. V V | Get Married in January j
. Njassa. Dr fes. Baker 1786 Vera ginia; $500,000 mining company $300-' loxie-Saw mill... ., Ausley &. Co.'s Daily Cotton Letter. I
V '
: OF LAUNDRY WORKis Cruz to F. O. Howe & Company. 000 land company and $50,000 curtain' M ituouri.6t. Nsw York, Jan. IS.-Liverpool gavea Don't,wait .another day-will provide the Furniture and +
Secunda ,Br ss, Donnelson 1309 pole factory in West -Virginia.: Theseare Louis-$50,000 building company full, response to the advance in our) J Furnishings.? *
most car fully guarded Tenereiffe to The W. S. Keysr Co. but a' few of the 'new,, Industries i ; $37,000 investment company; markets jtsteniay, cables reporting!! *

and every effort is made ,Tertla, Cer ss, !Martinson. ,1396, Las reporting heavy capitalisation. The CJ10.COO hardware company| ; '$10,000 spots. as being 9 points higher.. sales' Now' *
: to minimize wear and Palmes: *"' list for the week as authorized: byTne! construction compatty) ; $8,000; lumber 10,000 'bale a while contracts were advanced I You Can-,Buy '

tear. In this way the life .Queen Christina. Br: ss, BraKe 2804, Tradesman, is 'as fajlows, :' VAlabama. company; $50,000'4ron>and steel company -, '13 to 14 ponts.: Our markets :
of jour collars .cuffs, Hamburg to order ; '$100,000) land,.company;. $22,000 ,opened unchanged, but Mr. Price's announcement and Pay Later. .
I shirts. and other garments Venus Br ss, Edmunds' 2017, West Birmingham-$100,000 lumber V company construction: company; ,$10,000 construction In this morning papers '
is lengthened.: Hartlepool. I : $10,000 investment 'company., oonjpaiwjSO.OOO invest: that he'had ''covered his short 'contracts Bedroom Suits from 20.00 up. Pretty Chairs from 75c :

Vivina, Sp<'n ss, Bustinza 1933, Liverpool 1\Iobne-S50.000 hardware: and equipment ment company; ljOOO brush' factory. and 'advising his friends to do S *.t V 'to,:i$0;, .Mattfefesfes1 .2.50 to $I.00; < .cas>'. comfortable! *

1i The Star Steam to Gulf Transit Co. company. : V V 'St. Joseph-I mpkmtnt compan : ,the 'sam anticipation: of a bullish '" i Springs U'O;to.$ .00* SiJLcoards: : 715.00 to 6500. 4

ehlps. Tuskaloosa-$12.0Q0 oil mill. Jopiin-$150,000 onanufacturiog company government report on Tuesday next
Selma-$10,000 laundry.: ; $24,000and, supply com started more shorts to covering: and \!
Laundry. Avon Ital ship Avegno. 1601.Genoato V i I MARSTON & QUINA
Rosasco Bros. RusselMlle! Spcke' and ,handle fac parry mines "0: :V'! ., prktes were pushed soma few points ,, ,
V '.. ;'
37 & uarOen St. Phon 114. bk, 1069 tory. Oronogo-Concentrating plant. higher.; :
Avegno ,
Casanova Jtal :
hi.; Pensacola. fl.f. .\. Genoa. ;Decatur-Shuttle r factoryjlhardware V V "? ; Lebanon-$25,000 medicine. factory. We should think theav'erage.trad I. 108/110 falafojc St. Phone 148.. Pensacola, Fla. |
1488. conipany. '; V Webb City::-$100,900 mining com would! get tired holding:: the bag as it .
Et---- Lisbon Elvira.to, Tort oider.ship Rodriques, Consul-$50,000 lumber': cQmp. ny. pany. were, for lir. Price. It seems to be ........ ........,' ............. .... ...............

Ruby Nor ship, Erikson, 1333: Lon .ndolph-Saw mlllft' 1\loberh'\ -,-$30OOO,'fcrick works. his custom tcT flood the south with ------ -............... -. '-. c- --- -,. --, -" ,
don to Southern States Lumber Cov Arkansas.' t.. V Moselle-$14,000uland<_and gravel bearish literature 'advising his friendsto : :; : -c- ;

Green Forest-$50.000.. canning fac company... tIll| '1 sell but foifeets to say anything .............................................. ........
41JLLQTd I Darru. tory. .. '.: "te. V Kansas City-$200,000 marble and about buying until his own 'commitments ." -- -, .
Armenia, Nor bk. Nlelson. 1163. Van Buren-Gas works.V mining company. SiV i are liquidated. We are unable

, bPrUsS Treen to McKenzie Oerting & Co. Fort Smith-Iron 'Works, V North Carolina.V to: say from what sourca his information -

f.: PRJPAID ', Genoa Bauffshlre to'master, Ital bk, Marchese 888, Stuttgart-Gas company V Washington, -$50,000 lumber company .V V ', cornea, but he certainly has won- i At This Season of the Yeari j
V $100,000
_d Georgia.. V V ; lumbs* company. Jterful faculties for twisting figures to
Due Cuigini Ital bk, Olivari 125!.
Swainbboro-Bottling', 'works. Warsaw-$10,000k3umber: company;!' make them suit his side' of the ques- *
Genoa to" order. V Atlanta-$10,000 light and power Milton-$10,000 distillery.Fayetteville ( V tion. We are unable to see how b.3 .
: Edna M. Smltu, Br bk, Rice 73C company; ,lox and file company. I -$S04)00) knitting mills; comes to the conclusion that the census i Every house needs one or more Gas Heating Stoves *
; i Leith to order. V .
I KU1.:nlDan.. Bk Pedersen 765. Monit.r-Saw mill. V' $2 ,OOO suspender tactory. report can possibly: be otherwise especially ,13'! one needed in the dining room bed room or J
: !IQTS.oo Bahal Thomasville-Hardware 'com'pany.BarnesviJlelOOO .* '1Iorgantown-U3t100) deve'opnjent than bearish! Judging from figures he bathroom. Wh re a fire is needed for a short time a Gas .
company; $15.000 canning factory. t out he Heater. Is J
Number Nor bk. Birkson, 1107 canning'f Jac"- has' ?en sending however. .
Chiistiansand to'A. Zellus. tory; lumber 'tompany4' '. \ V V Lenoir-$25,000 .furniture factory. seems to have. reached other conclusions : :
bK Rockraart-Electric light and Elizabeth City-$50,000 lumber coni and left the poor dupes who ,
Ital Lairaqua
Paolino 1286. power '
Rotterdam to Rosaaco.Bros. lant., i 't' ,f. pany. have followed him to get out of the i i Convenient j
.. 1 Providenza. Ital bk" Olcese: 1183 Indian TcffWy.1 i' Jbwell-Cotton mill. hole.a(best they can. How any sane Quick, Inexpensive !

j Tonio Ital bk. Tonino. 1032. Genoa.: Comancha-Ice factory ,laundry:1 Dre.el-$20OOO hosiery mill. man cai see anything but the bull I
Genoa to naster. water works.'V V Richfleld-$6,000 iron and wood side' to the markets under existing I :

0"J: # .- 2 L. Pruno. |tal bk, GibeUi 1212, Art- Ardmore-Brick 4orks.; $V '. \ works. V V conditions is more than we can tell. '
4 # 1'p werp.'to or er. Atoka-Broom: factory. Ashe\ilIe---Bottlin' works. Reports from Fall Rivter rort orders :
.Soars da Costa, :Port VV bk, Marnato.V TulsaT"'?50OOO gas' company. \\, Ilson-$50,000 ice factory. ,,for export: io be the heaviest on | Pensacola Gas Company \

I C04 Rio Jane'lo! to H. Baars & Co. Davis-Mining company., :4; Jupiter-Mines. V record. Receipts are dwindling away

:. Venadis, Nor bk Pettersen Maran- Mill Creek-Electrrc light plant V V Oklahoma. to practically nothing and from any +
I than to order.- ,1.- Cnickasaw $30,000 manufacturing Guthrii-$200,000 packing corn- reports tve can get; from all sectionsof | Phone 148V2'J. V and 27 E. Garden Street. :

V pan; $50.000 development company.; 'tha south, there is no cotton: left to .
;It CHAS.BLUM&COj' I Calumet Am Schooners.sen, Guptol 1094 Baltimore Roff company.-Water, works: V V $5.000 nvning:: company. b3 ginned ,and toe g'':>governments fig ...++.+.+..+. +.+.+........+.+..++..*..++...+..+....

Kentucky: V I .Parry-$15,0000." hardware'rn ures on Tuesday will mean the crop. ,
t 517 AND 519 WEST BAY ST. I to order .; : V -- -
V Middlesboro-Coa1 and, pany. ,4 There isn't much use in the spinner
JACKSONVILLE. ; ,FLA. D. H. Rivers, Am .mb. Peck. S63, V coka com :berland-$2S0OOO mining-corn- -
V looking forward to the to -
I Guantanamo to order. pan, ) new crop -.
-- William H. Yerkes. Am sch. Wade. llenderson$100.000corn- :,pany. V help him out- of. his dihmma. for the: NEW NeW: LI
1211 Norfolk" r* Oklahoma City$225,000 mining outlook !Is an j tains: but encouraging rIve T| 3Ul6S
company;.$50,000...oil and gas company In that direction. Tim Cotton Grow.I Brunswicke-Balke

,A Card. I ; $250,000;) brewery;' automobile ers' :AssociAtion are pledged to a 25,
I factory. p P0 L LPAij Everything Up-to-Date.
per catit. reduction efforts
In all
This Is to certify that all druggistsare Carnegie-$12.000 acraage; -
; .to exterminate the boll wevil
authorized to refund your money I j ( South Carolina. have proven fruitless labor is scarce ,! 14 Ease Government Street.
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RaincoatsWinters if Foley'a Honey and Tar falls to cure SEEDS : Greenville I ;
-$50,000; ice and cold ptor.
and growing'more so in sction:
I your cough,cough heals or the cold.1 Jongs It and stops prevents the 1 age ;>!ant. V JColu of the cottxxa belt and: every farmers are: Lp'RS BILLINGSLEY, Prop.Order .
ai>ia.-$500OOO'. pwer: com V
practicing diversification everywhere. V r- -x
serious results trom a colt Cures la : '
grippe cough and prevents pneumoniaand I pany. It:impossible I : for us .to see how tha'next.'crop ,. V -
Seneca-$200,0 0 cotton mill. -- ----- -'--- -'--, -- -- --------- --
be less "
than !
consumption. Contains no opi WHICH[ can otherwise
' Orangeburg-Concrete block factory the: present With thes ,! .
ates. The 'genuine is in a yellow ,ona. world's, V
in Pensacola br-ck
package. Refuse 'aubsUt tes. TV. ,A.0 ; works. needs of Americas cotton increasing)R :r-o'U.r
furnish weather Tennessee.Dyersburg yearly, with prosperity in direction ICECOAL
splendid D'AlembertdruggI8t and! apothecary. every and WOOD
-$20,000 machine and what hope is there then for ,the
for Ducks, Doctors and CREW NOTICE. SUCCEED j I supply company.V V V bears to look forward to. V i I 'f :f'rOD1 'the 'S I

Raincoats. Notice is hereby given I any.Sparta' -$300,000()- -coal ,mining 'corn- We think the south has ssen tae : Consumers' Ice and fuel Company.

& that: neither' the V owners, -< 1 'Hornbeak-$10,000 last of cheap cotton anj 'tb, 1io.-Jnerl Office., -Corner, 'Chae and Tarragona. Phone 259
Every prudent man captain nor agents of the I milling' company: the .worl" In'general realizes this fact I -
British steamship Venus When You Buy "- .1Iemphk-$2iJOOOO compress V and! th "better they will be off especially ---
will Raincoat he ;
buy a V will be responsible r bills! VV warehouse company V ; oil refinery; $75- tire chrbnic 'bear.Chamberlain's V ---- ;.---r'I;
; can get along without the contracted. by1.the crew of said vesseL I I, Get the Best. ; 000 Chatf land company.Carksville.Foun1ry. I

; v Doctor and his bill. V :,x F. O.. EDMUNDS Master., It's the Cheapest .In f.the End.Landreth V. V ooga.-FouDdry.and machine V lutsly Cough Harmless.Remedy Abso-V DRIVES
A Cravenette ARTHUR If. BROWN & CO., S i chip. The fayl /,of giving children medicine .
good THEM
V I Coodletlsville-Telephone system
Agents. containing injurious
1 substances, __
Raincoat will turn the I >Knoxv lle-$25,000 plaster factory; Is ,sometimes more disastrous than tile I OUT
three $15.000
l cold rains and will prove .. ..... .*. 's 'Nashville-Brush construction: factory.companies.: disease from which they are suffering.Everr .

both luxury and 'TOLD' j White Bluff-Canting'factory.V mother should know that Charuberlain's THE HOUSE
a, anecessity. -* TERSEIL : V ,Cough RemeJy: is perfectlysat ,
BUSINESS LOCALS. '' Texas. ;- ? for children to taka. it contains
Houston TO
: 'I $100,000dveloprnint,' nothing harmful and for coughs rol:1sJ
,,""""H-H-H V company; $ioooo oil 'company. and eronp) ig unsurpassed. ,For V
*"'" ; sale by
.; $12.50 and $13.50 ', New Crop. Waxahachie $50,000 <- Implement all druggists.
McKlnzie Qertmg ft: Co., wholesale works. V : V V
and retati sbip;chand.'ers and grocers'I' I V LaGran e_Candy 'fa tori: V 1 ;Stcarris' Electric
These thc newest t
? the only ftrs -( &.. !house of the kind Hearae-Oil I' anJ gas company. loan ,company.: ;
.: out received since Christmas in' Pensacola. Fair *rV:.< to alL Just Recelv d.. parls-SoIO.OOo basket and crate 'fac Fort Wort-$10,00ff% land, company. r

tory; U .OOO manufacturing compan, $800,000, mining company. Rat and Roach Paste

C. V. THOMPSON' has Just opened afresh _Munday' ;-$75,000... ,oil and light com. V Virginia.EjchO)03d$20.000 ,
.., ,line of.beautiful box papers, pany. tce ..
Christmas ; $:5- bex .f ttaarna Electric Past will kill .If all tit. rats
for A 2So
suitable' presents. Also :( V Galvestcn; '$10,000 lumber, com-L 000 trunk factory; boot and shoe factory ;?- _!.. !. a toon** la a a'ol'! alf' "tWATKR
crepe paper*- Passepartout picture pany. V VV >

binding pur* $, Christmas cards etc. tIi alluojOB) }, Company; $200.- Ocraa-$15,000 lumber.V and : BUGS, COCKROACHES; BED BUGS II .
1 build- *
W. D'fllemberte.Druggist : \ ether qnlclcly Electric Paste. Vtry T QJfiUAMMHE
and TenniS are killed by Stearns'
H 0. ANSON 19dect: :fKmloch 000, ice and cold 'storage plant; fiG ingcmpay4; V 1.. ltat...a....PM'
V OQO V ? os.y will b p.tu.ded if --- ElrIe
laundry. : r V ', '.4yjichburg$50,000 telephon? 'system doss not do all isis U eUlmcd tor 1C
House Paint to have aidTeephonelO9
tha ,jill ,other. seems it stands Hot 2i, Boubani--$50900iunth' : J r Company V ; ,, .. V 2 oz. DOX.2:1c: ; Hotel, size(eight times the quantity)$1.00MlmrribtnirtntuimsnpiUMrKttptitirici
: CASH CLOTHIER gq over paint $50.))00 lumber company.Beaum.ont V V construction '
s'Rpanok-r25OOOL! com- .
/ this salt atmosphere, better than anyother. !! $10 )0fc: tinnery.Yatberfori : U. S. A.
p' ; V VV--V '-.. III.
: fc It isV not readY; mired paint j V \ ._ < V VMepdra .STEARNS_ ELECTRIC PASTE CO.,, Chicago, ,
: Corner Palafox and Main; I 1 SQJhPjf1t t t .! ( $50,000 hardware "I>., -$20,000 t development V .
but rdrtnnix.See.D.: : -.N.-Nich V .1 company.V: S '_ *_' company V '

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