The Pensacola journal

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The Pensacola journal
Alternate Title:
Daily journal
Alternate title:
Pensacola news-journal
Place of Publication:
Pensacola Fla
Mayes & Co.
Creation Date:
January 27, 1906
Publication Date:
Daily (except Monday)[ FORMER <1900-1905>]
normalized irregular
Physical Description:
v. : ill. ;


Subjects / Keywords:
Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
30.433333 x -87.2


In March 1897, the Pensacola Journal was started as a weekly by William Marion Loftin. The Pensacola Journal became a daily in 1898. With competition from other Pensacola papers, the Journal's coverage included a large part of Florida. In 1922, the Pensacola Journal was purchased by John H. Perry, who in 1924 also acquired the newspaper's main rival, the Pensacola Evening News. For the next six decades, the Pensacola Journal continued to appear mornings and the Pensacola News evenings. Both newspapers remained extremely competitive. A combined Sunday edition published as the Pensacola News Journal also became available. A consolidated newspaper, also known as the Pensacola News Journal, began operations on June 3, 1985, and continues to the present. Pensacola is the seat of government for Escambia County, the westernmost city in the westernmost county of Florida. The city sits on Pensacola Bay, connecting to the Gulf of Mexico. Since the early colonial period, Pensacola has been an important naval port and economic center. By 1889, it was already one of Florida's four largest cities. The big news covered by the local Pensacola press in 1898 was the beginning of the Spanish-American War. The Gulf Coast port, like others in Florida, hosted forces bound for Cuba, among them troops under Teddy Roosevelt, who passed through Pensacola on his way to Cuba through Tampa. In the years following the war, the United States secured the peace in the Caribbean through naval patrols and maneuvers based out of Pensacola. In the early part of the 20th century, Pensacola experienced tremendous growth. The population doubled to nearly 23,000 between 1890 and 1910. A new Spanish Renaissance-style city hall was built in 1908. Two years later, the American National Bank building--at 10 stories, Pensacola's first skyscraper-- was completed. The same year marked the construction of the San Carlos Hotel and a wooden bridge across Bayou Texar. By 1912, Pensacola had 21 miles of paved streets, and the first modern hospital opened three years later. In 1916, the city began operating its first motorized fire truck, and by 1924 it had replaced all of its horse-drawn firefighting equipment. The Pensacola Journal covered the cycles of boom and bust that characterized the city in the years that followed, as well as the renewed growth after the Second World War.
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).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05

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Correspondence Relative to Beef : )f -y' ?I- H '

Trust Made Public by "i... ANOTHER MIDDY, .f;' j** TERRORISTS KILLED Returned : /
ON TRIAL. 1- Funeral Services to 'Be Held in
ti ---- OVER TWO Verdict in Ten *
President.PAID By Associated Press.' i; Both New York and Wash # 0
1. Annapolis, Md, Jan :6.-The ; By AssociatedPrcss.. ft Minutes.CHARGES
?: trial of Midshipman George -r St. Petersburg, Jan. 26.:-Col- .
.: Melvin of Genessee Illinois, bev ington. onel Prosorovski chief of the #* t
A REPORTER ly$ gun to-( a-. Melvin is a member 1E'NEZUELAPRODUCTS A AT 'i? gendarmie at Penza East Ruse # t .
;; of the third'class.! & sia, has been informed :1>y the &
i i.ChargP6 of hazing"agaist Melvin -i-j Inclu'desl I1- local revolutionary organiza: & ARE TRUE
Program at Capital! Full tion that
I is supported by six specifications ) 1t the recent murder of #

)If f inter-Ocean r and Attempted to 1".r- five dift'ert')1t allegln1-midshipmen' the hazing,, all of of .sI .:;tl Military Honors;: ': -S !, *w, the Colonel seventh Lissovski.Infantry commanding division it-..'

the fourth class Under five i *-- ORMOND 4 by members of the organization Connect of Justice suet With-
Give Money to Another. !i& of the specifications{ only the i;: I S tfwas'. ,a blunder. He had been S-
I IA 1 # taken "
I for Colonel
requirements of physical, exerV fr ESCORT _FOR REMAINS WILL BE I' Prosoro-vski the Paper Proven.
t and the
organization has !
> is alleged, and in one of i: -
the abusive RECRUITED FROM ALL flea1! the latter that the' error t
use language is :
UNDER THE LAW THERE IS NO also charged, ; Washington Advised as to What i Cigar ShapeiSteam, Auto BreaksAll icwill shortly be rectified.EXTENSION.

fENSE-GOVERNMENT WANTS tI Action Will Be Taken by GENERAL HOWARD, -PAID,| FEEL. Previous Records for- **** E* .DUE TO FACT THAT THE NAMES ,

TION. IJOS. Associated Press. NOUNCED." ". 'f" By ,Associated Press. CIAL WORLD WERE INVOLVED

Paris. Jan 26.-At a meeting of min ; Ormond, Jan.'26.-All Jhe world records BYDEFENSE. -
isters( .to-day,. according\ a report on: ***; for the kilometer and mile were ; rr

By Associated Press. NOW-A FREE good authority, a decision was reached By Associated Press,*, broken: in the auto :tournament he rae H THE COTTON t' ;,
relative to France's New York Ufcn.' 26.- "'
\\3"uo t! ton, Jan. :6.-By authority eventual action towards Tip funeral today.The new figures places By Associated Press, "
Venezuela. The measures to services of General Josepht Wheeler. mite for cars of all powers at 28 15.seconds New York Jan 26.-The Town {
\11 i ideal Roosevelt; correspondence be taken were not announced whichIs and for the kilometer at 18 i. Topics" trial ended'* .
will be held here Sunday ut te Stj I today when the )
,s made public at th$ White House approved at Washington. Thomas church :i2-5. seconds. Both records were made TRADE jury in the criminal branch of thesupreme 1
Episcopal Rev.
,\I lt;!;jllt relating!' to ib.3 methods it i is MANe by Fred Marriott, driving his cigar- court returned a vedict ot f

... ,r i, jat hav'. bon employed by FRANCE MAY BOYCOTT Thomas Stirres officiating., The body shaped' steamer. : not guilty I against Norman HapgooJ

lit-** of the beef: packers now unu VENEZUELAN PRODUCTS I will. then be ta4ien to 'Ya in'gton for Cheverolet ower d'tb"e mile figures editor of Collier's Weekly! on the ?,

i -lautment in Chicago to influence interment. The funeral there will be : for gasoline cars'only to 30 {.s..- driving charge of criminal libel. The t

j- 'Ie opinion in behalf of the packet the ,Criminal{ Court Exonerated -,- Washington' ; ban. 26.--As a prelim- and held'the In program St. John's provides' Episcopal loran: church escort the two hundred horsepower car Important Conference at White ,, on trial two weeks and the jury casu'a.s t',

et irary to a naval demonstration Francais formerly in charge of Hemery. The House Relative to Trade return J the decision in ten minutes. 'j

,a' mmpondcnce includes a let Him Of Killing I now considering: the initiation! of a to Arlington cemetery recriyted; from same drier lowered ,the kilometer The charge was brought; againstMr. }

it u A tiorncj'-General Moody from I Vttjcott of all Venezuelan products ot all: branches of the semce 1and, with record for .gasoline cars only to 19 2,5 With Orient Hapgood} at the instigation of Jus- I;

lu.t;! Ii 1 States District Attorney Mot r- of Negro. which she is the largest foreign pur full military honors. :' seconds. lice Joseph iL Beget, of tae curl ot

10, ii thita'o, stating that Judga chaser. No plan of action has been : special sessions, and was based on aa ]

lol"O. Brown o[ counsel for the pack determined upon, as the apparently PAID TRIBUTE TO, CELEBRATED SEVENTH By Associated Press editorial iu which Mr. rfapgood crm- > ,

elm, on December 29,. gave a sum of After languishing in jail for twenty I i I complicated situation at Algeciras has 'DISTINGUISHED. DEAD MARRIAGE ANNIVERSARY I 'Washington, Han. 26.An important cised Justice: Deuel for his: connection 4

mmt.i 10 a reporter; fur the IntsrO1 months Joseph, Vfckery, a white min: caused a suspension of the program r conference was held at the White with 'lown Topics. ( '
an an,1 ted to give, money: to a of Century, was last night declared not for the immediate dispatch of warships New York/-Jan. 26.-Maiw General Th seventh anniversary of the 'marriage lOuse today! regarding the extensionof lee greatest interest in the cars

the Chicago City Press to La Gua>ra. Oliver 0. .Howard U. S. .al (retired)f the cotton in the Orient. was one 10 do
M)I 6I' tor guilty by a jury in" the criminal court. of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Roth was fact that the names ox .If11
.v juauou... lieu ltttr from I' when he heard of GeneAl JosephWheeler's I |Differences: have arisen between Secretary persona oi;: tae aigh social!
-- tae
) a He was tried upon the charge of manslaughter -'I'I celebrated last nght at their home. at ant: 1
(I ; death paid the following Metcalf. of the Department of
ai jrn> stneral tu the president: trans. tac-j nnanc.zu btanaing: were involved
f when they were given a surprise
and. the case' occupied the '
tribute to his old frienli' and one time Commerce and Labor and the proalicers
w. uue. Mojr.soni report and express) : i!I I ISLAND CURACAO, key party by a large. number of their tarougu ihs; efforts of o.cfen i e to !J.o'U -f&
t attention of the' foe
tluvcourt throughout 1. : and manufacturers of cotton as .to
iu;; Uc opinion that under the law frit nds. Oat me statements m the alleged tibet It'
;: re was; no way to punish the al-I entire, day. It.was;T,not. .until.lOjSOj 1 J f-,.WilIenis adt Island. of Curacao, *'I am .deeply grieved t\ learn of The guests brought refreshments the methods.. These- matters were wer i correct ,and .Jan.1 the death,of General. .. efljii-Wheeler_ thrashed out before the president to-
1 l'sed offense and a letter trom the o'clock: lastnight that the jury ,brought 26.-Two French armoured with them, which, incl beaulifiir
He had led such'a hfe-smce -'al'. Secretary Metcalfanisette :tr
president directing the publication of liA its.verdict which gave Vickery his:arrived here to-day from Port of ginger snaps, stick candy aa/ !ur iiugn; iesUruouji' coacemag try IL
the clvil.war! ; both public and private work done through the .,department,
ihe torrespond-nct that the public Spain .Trinidad.FOUMD ('anuts'- ,I imuea edition ota_ book caJetf "Faaa
l.berty. Solicitor conductedthe ,
that t he had become much beloved in ,while, other prominent parties! _urge > t
nughi I informed of tae phase of thj I II The visitors had a'roal good time..' and /anu.s; jh.ti tae names otutnt proof'
prosecution, while John P. Stoks every section of the countr. It wasonly the appointment of a special committee j
,, hail I "v as well as did ,tlr. an nation' nhitu per&oni were mvoivea.
tae government I GUILTY OF short time, that he / juj
alt is understood the
represented tha defendant. i I II a ago came time dances'being in'du1ed'in., there* It president ;
lJ ui ei ;.u prosecuting ths casesatnrst I the way to Boston to speak for the favorer the committee. Plans will be DOCK sod at njteen Luuarou, dollar a .16111}
Vickery who has only one }leg, haY i here many tackey. cps5tumes4 that attracted or moie. .
the packTb.COULD DOUBLE MURDER hoes and,girls ot; the.,'mountains, and]I attention.; .b\46Mrs;\ George recommended after; a conference between copy ; :
ing lost the other in an accident, was to help as he could the Lin-i Secretary Metcalf and the cot.
f Pfeiffer! won the prize for. wearing the
arraignd before ,the circuIt court 1 coin Memorial: University that e''
'W ten
NOT AGREE ON I ; ;,tackiest outfit. .. t I -
j:have tried to establish on firm foundations ;
STATEME'NT nearly twa years ago for the murderof B yEvergreen Associated Press. i
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OF FACTS., i' Ala. 26.The I near Cumber land Gap Kr.. Ii
Jan. jury < To Banks. I
t I' Investigate
: a negro at Century one nlgbtt At ANOTHER REVOLT I inc nuUiit :
in the case of Jack Thompson, charged -' was :.belfehted at his s>nip a thy andhelpfulne..s. ::Albany N. Y, Jan 26.The Assembly -.
By I I that time there were a large numberof 1 1i I had met him several ,,'i.
Associated Press. with the murder of his wife and committee ,.on. banks unanimouslyvoted : .r;

ia ih" beef trust cases failed to!'lone,: in the crowd fired the shot that guilt to-day and the fixed punishment committee inrestfgate the FIRST ATTEMPT OF SESSION :Ii-

.1J't' on a btatemant' of facts then ended the M3 or'the negro. He wa at imprisonment for life. J, (Continued on Page Threw) J,state banking department.: MADE BY DEMOCRATS TO DE. f

\. as! did not commence to-day and( '!convicted in the court of manslaughter:I : By Associated Press. .t

tt'" ,onsultation with the attornejs,1I'a ': and sentenced to serve a term of.fif-!' St. Petersburg Jan. 26.-Accordingto ; FEAT URGENCY BILLs
I advices received here mutiny ha i
hard labor.
( ;: Humpjrey: adjourned court un- ten years at j '
Q--\; again.broken out at Vl divostock. No I I !
\loiua.WILL. The cas?, howsver, was appealed to;
I the supreme court and was reaiandeli l details are available, censorship beirtg!I ,3y Associated Press.
f US operative and private tel e Waahiugton, Jan. 26.-The first at .
over press
back for: trial: and of cou'rse. was cartl"ed I .
\ f VOTE to the lower court for a 'Jie rlng.1 J I d grams The report that General .Seli- tempt .at filibustering this session occurred t
n in, the House t-day-Jil demo< m
There:! were a large number of wit- vanoff, commander, of the army corps!II a ,
I'' era tic ,endeavor to defeat*"*tae
there has been wounded is confirm pro
examined yesterday in the (-aiie.' .
I IVCRCHANT I esses I ':. \ The revojt was due to a' reserve regiment -.1 visions: of the argent deflclencj' blf'
I but of them could state positively ',
none j Z ': .. t
\ which thoroughly midis. waiving the law for foreign laborer
j that tay saw Vick)' fire the shot'that : ,: was ,
': killeJ: the 'negro. and a* a'consa,' <.,_ .' : I ciplined and clamoring for immediate! in the Panama canal. An amendment
MARINE AND FISHERIES -I quence the jury,, atH.helns out onlya ,, .." ... .:j/ transportation home.SHONTS I was placed in the Kit In the committee ,

COMMITTEE TO VOTE: short time rerurne4 a verdict; oft I SERF ', ... ., j i J of the whole after the House divided

ON ANTI-PILOTAGE BILL. not guilty. -:. '1 HANGS many times on every pretext which
;, f .. minority leader Williams; could main{

iOuiiURvIvORSe \ edeo 9- Q TO BOTH JOBSBy a cause to vote.: When the bill to

T)" Vote un the Littlefield! anti- which the amendment was propoe; i

r C'dc.: bill, which has been before S was finally finished late In the day, a

mmmees of congress for several OF THE VALENCIA I ,a 'Cf Associated.Press., d nand for a separate: vote and roll!

II> will : call on, the amendment was made and
again be taken by the com Washington Jan. 26-Thfca. P.
Itll't> Nol ; I ordered when the House adjourned,
on merchant marine and fish Shonts, chairman of the Isthmian
''M: ot the ON AN ISLAND IN _BARKILEY : t the vote tc be the first business tomorrow !
house on February 1, the In FEUDAb canal commission, to-day testified that '
!k: <.>(te having resulted In a tie.I SOUND MAKING TOTAL nAYS. 1' r L he .was rating a salary .of $13,500 .

ibidem' O'Brien has fought this bill s from the Clover Leaf Railroad. He receives

-ui' and believes he will win. I Off OP 37. f $30,000 per :3ear from the gov MINERS I TO CONFER

'ill a special from Washington S : i F ., c' ernment. He will be examined' later

Ii :' ." By Associated! Press. : regarding! his railroad connections. WITH OPERATORS

<*> house merchant marine and Victoria, Jan. 26.-:the' fin ling ofsurvivors r 1.OMOP0p?
*'&,'rcs; : that A11ERI NEW SUITS FILED IN --
I committee
did not take of
f1 any four more of the tI |i CIT12tr i
"o*" .. Fc
action to-day at its regular wrecked sfamcr;'Vajencfa 'on Tur-j I : THE CIRCUIT COURT. By Associated Press
meeting on the Littlefiela' anti- ret's Island in Barkl, Saund,' mak .st... To I Indianapolis Jan 26.-Thet United

01 oW' > Several members of the I ,j,ae total number of survivorssae: < j f SST AY r ,r' daIn Tilt i f.jllowmgBuits were clerk fil \.lest r-iMine' Workers to-day to confer the r
IUI",1<,< were absent. It was de- + I i cry the office of the of the refusal) of the operators to admit! to
fur last thttysrreniS
counted at reports "
:' 'o ostpone l the matter until } Tif ( Co1rRo4 circuit court: the joint conference representatives

J.. :mart> I, and it will be a special! I out of 151 known on the. vesselSTATEHOOD f/fj( j Nannie W. Eagan vs. Pat Ba'san, etals l of the southwestern, miners organizaThIs.

'ei bill in chancery Geo. P. Wentworth -
'oi that daj. Captain O'Brien .; ESS ; 'tionl) .1 Includes. Missouri, Kansas, -
[ pfnsacola. who is looking after I BILL 1 IrF attorney for plaintiff. Arkansas and Indian Territory.
Packing Co.; \V. L. Gil-
i werests of the pilots along the' Cudahy The miners urged that the refusal) ,

'*"r.nast.. will not admit defeat.I IN THE SENATEBy mere,, damages $400; ';.?. Campbell., attorney -I' the operators be met with refusal
b'1 : 6 0 for plaintiff.
a\\ meeting the vote was a tie. 0 enter further negotiations with the

., nree members of the committee! : Richard Morris, Jr., rs Xapoleon operators; regarding. tne wage scale ;7
1. c- Associated Press. lISr Harris, damages $400;' S,>Pasco. Jr.',,This t"nrerne.action was opposed

.I Washington; Jan. Z6:The senate! attorney for plaintiff. .j I by President Mitchell and eventually ,
CEFH"'N committee on territories to-day authorized Geo. P. Went north TS; Carlo l : defeated. The operators weretolfled

STEAMER DORA a favor,brty' report pn the! \' Thomas, et aL, foreclosure:. mort] that the miners were reaay: : to "

DAMAGED IN COLLISIONu'a I,joint statehood bill pabse tt' b>" the I\ : t, gage; S..Pasco, Jr. attorney'f jr plalntirf. confer regarding the wage scale.
house and Senator Bd.eridsesaid!: the,1 nod j. : : t Fish and Game Wardens. '
tca'German;"emouth Scotland Jan. 26.C .:- report would be presented to the sen-| .. R.Hl-rr: I iow.THEtE Fannie W. Rettinger vs.Alvm Ref St. Paul Jan 26-"Thirteen state #

i : steamer: Dora Captain I the' purpose being to finger bill for divor f.i : Blonnt & were represented at the annual convention 1
next Monday,
Aiding from pensacola, via RotteiJ ate of State Fish and Game Wardens
arrived hole in her the bill Jn tbc senate as soon B lount. solicitors for :Complainant_ '
F. today: with a press to-day Among the delegates $
: Barter aft She was in collision *s possible. It is Y.Uljr the demo'j ; ..; ,> < Wm. F. Creary vs. J. G. Jackson were several from southern state, "
:ming HP the Firth of Fourth! evade members of the IS A CHANGE -r\jIE'A.1\D'THE MANNER BUT. THE MAIN 1D :-\5is;, PRETTY MUCH bJJ t in chancery: Blount. &' Blount, at'l I notably from ;North Carolina and TtsV '
wer J (**Cattersty Shinningrove of MiaXllesborough.Iron Co s. present a mInorltyr; -L' I NIB s..uJfHN-THIS.CABIl'OOK: a : '_ > :" n.:1: torneys for plaintiff j nessee, present! ,for the fim.Uau.

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ATlfllD A Y MO R N fN G JANUARY 2T? : =: "C ..:;

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L ? *, RErWTIIK i Idinaoce[22 (1905.And'tlia"' at which,Issuance election of Improve aid or-,: January Ihls
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SMOKINGIS'NOWI .\ ** : : pnIVltG[ went bonds of,the- ,City.of Pensacola \

1 : FOR provided, In said ordinance and in,l ... ... .. ..,.. .... '
HOW IT Shooting E slid act-ofjthe; Legislature were ( Mayor'Attest

approved bY' the majority the votes

ED IN PENSACOLA. ctW by ,the qualined voters of said I .'..r .. :. ....... . .

I PROHI'BITEn.IN '" ';f.'.; .j A City then ;residing In :said ? -.. .' .,. ,Citv' .... Comptroller"*
J ; ARMDUR.ANOCPMPANY who had:paid' *?ai Cityana'1 I ..

A good'\ eputatioH I 4s'not. easily earn j i t 'pains cause; agony in Neuralgia persona].,property to said Cit .. ..:. . . ... . ,

jed i. and it was only' ftjfjiard,. consistent Those I II j)eat for which taxes were last due.t I I, Chairman Board of Bond Trusted

work anstfns!' ,our 1 eluens thaI ,who are subject to attacksof such vote, being in favorvof the is .,.'.'. h.. .. ...

.CADS I Doan's Kidney PUls.=- onJhNey: way to( I this: dreadful disease, should 'I lance of said Improvement bonds a'l:!I i, "City Clerk"l i "

the proud distinction attainel! jn thi always I'' and all of the purposes j i (FORM OF COUPON)
keep for imme-
locality.l Tne public endorsement oil '.. amounts :specified! in ani proposed byj f. Number jj
--- '- scores of Pensacola Ahas rn-j:t i i dials use, a bottle of said, ordinance! of July 19 1905; and. !t The City. of Pensacola. a muaiciVii

t }j i dered invaluable service .loathe: corn i WHEREAS said Act of the Lesisla-f: corPoration of tae State of '
1 :
L We Close ,Out Ordinance Barring; .Smoking.i "on munity. Read what, this citizen rays::1 I I'I tore of May 12:!. 1905, provides among will pay t} bearer on January Florid.i. ja,

i Charles Wilson, living on ':W st Ko[: Ordinance ilntroduced.Giving ,the I HAMLINSWIZARDOIL 'otner things that the Bond Trusties 1. 190. .. at. the office of the Vnrei .

Street Cars Becomes Effect( 1 wana SU 'brict:jtfasoa $y inrdev; says: i shall recommend to the ,Council the Stats Mortgage, and THISCompanr\ .

The Odd Plates i ; ,t"| procured'vDoan's Kidney i Pills at'\ Company Right to Construct jforn i ?: oCfbeads Jo, be.Issued: and sh/Ul iiltbCit'1a State pf New TorktjfTwIitytwo ; .

'S lYe fliil Sidney KdhnV'drugt, storcprner; of attend to the-'en-gravfog 'bf'savd bondeaSfllay sum and 50-100
This Palafox and Romana Mje MB jind uisd Tra k. : : be provided by ordinance of $2250) In gold coin of the Dollar '
: Week : 4. a.Spur. ( rnit.
y I them for a lame backan sharp,* '.the City 'and shall .receive/ / said bonds States of> America of the

twinges i of pain which 'pa&ed through : a -soon 'as the same are prepared ana present
I Smoking\ on street''' 'cither thereaftera.t weight and fineness ,being six (16),j''
cars, mi" mehl'1l': I sto0pe4'Or.fl1adp" any sudden !executed, and shall
If Some styles can be had in side .or IOn the plaj/oiuis, is now pifKhibited ;; movement.. .1 l, surprised at t 1"hathe\ packing house film of Arn.ourj This marvelous ,II the- care antf. custody thereof until the!!' months interest Bond dated then Ju<> on Its Improvement .

: dozens and half-dozens. but the in Pensacola, -apd ,Jiencetonh I the quickness with:,bicb I was relift I, & Co... intends Jo increase its pain remedy ; the sam, are sold, and shall receive cd January i. H Q$,

1 major portion of the stock which any.pel'i5On It will 'be against the- city laws for i'ed Mrs Wilson: 'also', suffered from i plant!, and business in Pensa 'ola IsI : :will quickly relieve the spasms : and control all moneys arisfng from numb .._. ,.. .. .. .. .... .
to sm ; the. and faithfully '
keuponaflXof tne h er' back an4kidnsys. She could I vrhich 'wrack the tortured sale of said bonds "
we are desirous of closing out regular cars of the' Street. RajUa> barJlr turn 1i -btd-'and snffered from conclusively! 'shown by an or-lnance. I nerves, 1: apply the sameas. may be directed by 3ta-or;

I before inventory single P.rnians. S :a,u dui aching::1n.Jter 'oins Just be| i iu introduced Wednesday night in The and, if taken internally, will per. resolution ordinance of the Coun ... ,.. ..... '*
are plates
; ThE; ordinance which was passed l fore taking Doan'g ,, c ity council which if passed. will L cil.: fcolelj for the purpose for which City Comptroller

suitable for china-closet side.. ; Wednesdaj' night b> the city ,council')I,i was comjletelw, Kidney up. After, Pills taking sb' give that : the rf ht to ion manently cure the cause of the :; said bonds were authorized; and,. .. .... .. ........... .. '"
companj S
board, plate-rack and side-table {I was feigned yesterday afternoon' bv them all v mptonjs of kidney throubi! struct a spur track running from tne: disease. t WHEREAS the City Council as.., Chairman Board of Boni Trusj:;;;
!j the major and immeaiately'becamfV S in said Act of Mav- 12. 1903.: Sec. 3. That the Board of
,left her:.and ujz'tn date there has be-n U & N. to the l ton the corner of "I a. sufferer for provided Bond
,1 ornamentation as well as the : f ctivao, those who are in' the habit, Jib''r!' ;t.irrnce. ., I strongly i/rge Pen L Tarragona and Garden street Here, has':duly elected as a Boar! of Bond i Trustees of the City of Pensacola III
(.! enjojing cigarette or cigar while! I years, writes Calvin E. Hill of ': Trustees qualified J I soon practicabje-aftejr! jh
three ) duly
: (3) ?
practical Isacola !eJo i it t is ( arioprfo!
.; uses plates generally ;w>j) : use Doan's KidnerPflls ; expected, the ({''dpanr will erect
serve-all on the cats should remember that ttis if t'iejrsgnffer from their back an immense storage; plant as. tne present Marietta, Ga., "from the frightful voters 'of 'the city, who own real stat -|[I of this ordinance shall advertise 'f1r,
sizes. i now a vtolation.ofth.[ city laws. therein such Board or Bond'Trustees' sale the said Three, Hundred
,or kldne. kXu. Th ordInane ? js 1t was passed is asfollows. ; pains of neuralgia, and never of following Dollars ($300000f' '
to being composed the |land of honla
The f for todd '' For sal>:: lp"all dec1l-rs. Price ;50 i I handle the business being done DII:11-\-:
fljf '
penchant plates"amounts ., : / : j cHks: Fo1lf"I'-\IUh.un.: : Co, Buffalo I The cOmpany has purchased this I found any remedy that would give I Ice men, 'to. wit; L. Hilton Greruh: I bers 1 to :300: above TtlenVond.( liaif

to a passion with most _.AN ORDINANCE ,I IL New York, sole, _aent*. for the Unit{>;f Y, property. which adjoins the headquarters relief, until I tried Hamlins J.. M. Pfetferand "W. K. flyer Jr..'!I bonds bein;; for the several; fI\nl"\ '"
.States '* \ of the file department and it is vbich said Trustees have duly quail- j following, to-wit
and wV.s
.1 women a chance to indulge Entitled An Ordinance? to Prohibit L ., Wizard Oil which : bonds and oath I:
effected fed j taking
by giving F the
Rem'mht'r tbti, nameDoan's-and I I : U understood will erect thereon a han a.permanent 1st. ?rr purpose or con ,ttinr .
-- it at a fraction of the usual expense ; Smoking in Electric, Cars in Opera.i'.take. no ")1 lher. .. --X .. I I seine building. The dinaucer, which I cure." Price 50c and $1. oi office and otherwise 'prescribed f : t'p; 'o*ldln.g a s-4I.em .of.iewerarr

will not be lost sight of I I tion WithmJtheCit/of!! !: ':! Pensacola. .., ".k:\..--_ ,. .... '*.c H. : ; v-as ordered published for inforniation b" said ordinance .of 'July Id. 1905.'I rand" draInage One Hundred and Pft?
I by j I B? It uula'n'ed! by th* Mayor and -.1:; as follows' I' For sale and recommended by and th: other ordinances of this City i Thousand DoPars (15A,000)/ of bondt2ni.
the fair in this I the Council of theCity of 1'ensaco': : ; of this and saId'
sex vicinity. mlP'6'L I AN ORDINANCETo WHITE'S PHARMACY and the laws State :! ''For the purpose ,of pamiciniotherwise
; ,S-ctfon 1. That from and after 'the Pentacola Fla. Board of Bond Trustees has recommended "

q i It shouldn't! be necessary to urge" '! date of the pa-vsags' of this ordin nfv*,. i fl 1 Be I5nHled '*An Ordinance Grau' Phone 120. Night! Phone:! .446. : to this Council that the_forme: | .ublic ways in-proving of the City the Fiftj streets Thou Iud

prompt response to this advertisement. S ;I it shall be unlawful Jor any person. *6i I ing Privilf'St''Is to J. Ogden, Artnour, _. of fairfbonds shall ,bejsiieba8; ; is":hereiuafter -fand' Dollars $50,0007 of bond
i bmoke- 'in His Associates and Assigns!, to Construct I ) 'Section
on: or or on the platform ofelectric. -- -- provided Iri 2 hereof, I r 3rd. For. the
} of
ml t awl Switch T1'3 kConnl'cting' I purpose purchasing
tara In operation within ,the Maintain a NOW THEREFORE I '
(city xcept with the Tracks of the BE IT ORDAThED.bT1tbeLaYOr a sit and constructing or pro\'irtng: tCity
upon>> extra or specialcarss m .
r9 ?pecia.! to The Journsl. Louis ', Hall build ing. Seventy five Ttoujan1
ill Railroad
v & Nasavill
"'t ajMrt and designated by the com: P ; ,and Council of the City: offPesrmCfOlaSectkHi !. :
Dollars ( .
welton. /Han 26 of bond!
-Mr. John Mul 1-
Company on Tarragona Street at Board of
lan oprallng the 1.That ? ,
same as cars ,
uponvvh ) l 1'ns 4th For
formerly! of Pensacola but now a a Point-jubt North of Garden Street the purpose of pUf'haST'a' ;
:ch smoking ma* be allowed. [Pond Trustees of the City of Pensa
.: SOUTH PALAFOX STREET popular engineer of Anniston. Ala., Thencs South Tarragona : site and: constructing or )pro\idin;
Section! 2. That any pt.rson con Running Along cola be and it Is hereby authorized
PENSACOLAL Irah been at home sick for ,the past: Street into lot No. a Police Station: and Jail Building
victedor violating any provision ofthU aid ui on ONEFRANCES and directed' to :have engraved coupon -'
week but is now able to be out again, Twenty-five Thousand Dollars <$!3.,
308 In
: Block Old Pensacola
: 01 finance :shall be punished b)' a : t to the pleasure of his I, Thirty (130) City. bonds of the City of 000) of bonds.
T fine not many friends I. ,Stuatfli: roo., the Southwe-t: Corner to be Known "Improvement Bondsof
exceeding 'five *
twnt: > ($2500)dolldrs t He will
-- or by imprisonment not return to Anniston in a few of Tarragona and GarJn Streets the City: of Pensacola" Florida" to, That be/uro said bonds< are sold ov
-- ex!ti d a>'s. S '
;ceedin Be it Ordained by the Major and City the amount of Three Hundred Thou said Trusie they shall make report
thirty (30) '
( days. orb both
: rNick's ) LiS 1 Mrs. Graham/has been quite ill Dr :: to the City Connell of their
: : I Council of'Pensacola: sand Dollars ($300.000)), each of said,
such lint
Buffet and imprisonment in the discretion !)ember i
and i ; !
> to be called last
Fri | of th
I of 'the R cordf'r. da '. Section 1, Pat there is her< hy bonds to be of the denomination of mnt pale of the bonds and 4\f
We feEins 1u Mm '
) ta NcsntAi
are glad .
to satis
know *
Passed January 24. 1906. II i.i I i.much improved. she I:ml I,I granted to ,J_ 0 j"n Armour his as- One Thousand Dollars ($1.000)) ; to the bids received bj them and no sa!>
She is
Restaurant i Signed January 25, her here visiting sociate heirs! :a n1 assigns,' th ,. privn- be numbered fnm 1 to 300 both in- I of the said bonds bj time Board .or
1806. sister Mrs. Jim 4 '
I ; Halman
( ciusive interest the rate Bond Trustees shall be valid bin!-
Approved: CHAS. The l age of co sruelng:| ; and tuaintaining ---- ---- --' ; to bear at or
. H. BLISS j jtter farmers hereabout *
are '
improv I four centum log l until the is confirmed b .
\ : i a switch railroatl track. commencing I jof and one-half per per same > rolution

:.. ; is the only place of it I I C. E MERRirT. Cl-rk Mavor. I the ing new th >ir crop farms and getting ready for at a point! on ,thj Louisville &; Nash Brosnaham Dotson & Co. f annum ((4T$). payable semi-annually or ordinance of this roun i

1-ind in Pensacola fact :.. J j| Miss Sabra ',, villa Railroacl Company's' tracks' on Uantury f 1. and July 1; to bear date: The .moneys arising from the! sals) of

: itts, after! a Hardy pleasant returned-visit last Saturday -j I Tarragona 'stieet."'just North of Garden Boilar Makers, Machinists I January 1, 1906; to be payable thirty said bonds fhal!! be received b\
Stomach Troubles and Constipation.. t' Fla. to Jennings. street t1if>n('.! running soutb Into and Founders. t ((10) years atter said date, with the,* said Board of Bond Trustees to be hell)
accompanied by Miss '
T A Pride to ,"Chamberlain's Stomach and Liver; Fleming. .Minnie and,! upon Jot'.XO;- 308. In. bWkUhJrty! Steamship and Mill Supplies. ; option on the part. .of the City for the several purposes above njcationed : -

Tablets are the best' thing for stomacai I Itroubles t tI :Mrs.Vilson Brooks of Repton.:. Ala,: ((30)), Old City on the southwest corner : Office Phune'll1. Tori. Street \VTnr.? to redeem' any or 'all of said' and applied only to !such pur
i and constipation I have evert iMted of Rs-sideecePhone9t Pen\l'oh. iClonii: bonds, numbered from 1 to 300 as i pOSE'S.SeC'.
her sister[ Miss Kate AMlson Tarragona and Gurd'n trei> ,
: Pensacola.Larger 1 sold** 'sJ.. Cullnian. I All Work has Our Personal Attention.. aforesaid, at after twenty' 4. That
L saj a druggist ,Ii lat wek. t I in accordanc.wW.: th<, plat ann Jf'J; I : any time the matter of Isuinrthe

tI i of Pott rville.' Mich They are easy: Prof. I., E. Allen spent Sunday night i! 1 hereto ,and made, a part of this, .onlif ', i (20)) 'ear'from Ihe date thereof atj 4 remainder of the said Seven; Hundred :-

: cities cannot I to take ani always give satisfaction. with Mr G. Hardy 'I f' nance, and
boast of a better (equipped! i I tell mj customers to try them and If'r Mr Tom Bradley of Muscbgeee, was, he, transported>> .tbeove enRia-'s.'j I 'i acttr5eii: I pahn interest
place.) The service is the'I Ibt'st 'i not satisfactory 10 come back and get'i' a visitor here Tuesday. r I cars and .fiej ;ltt for the promotion ,ota FINE I made parable at the' office of The City August 2!. 1905. be and the' same

. : that can be had. ,, their money; but have never had a ,: Miss Len Mullins returned to Pen i business,to (be) Conductsd on said )oL PHOTOGRAPHS. United States Mortgage & Trust hereby: is 1 e erTed.: for further action
"For bv Pensacola !Company. Jn! the City and State of
complaint"1 sale Fla.
druggists sicola Montiaafter penning several : SecUou, 2:tf,1.I i$ a condition ,of"ihe i on the part of the-'Cih- Council
: dWOOL ays at home. i : { New York Sec. 5. This ordinance shall
' continuance of tile privilege I tats
; hereby '
Nick Apostle Propt'r ; Mr. Fonda Seals of !I Section .:2. That in accordance effect immediately
Pens acola granted that'tn upon
!I AND COTTON. > i is i; ; grantee; his axocfftales lEGAL passage
with said lecomraendatton ,of .the
v.'Mting; friends 'and relatives ADVERTISEMENT ( aBoard nd approval<<
here this aeira'-lflA : shall |
-. . -1 I: T_t;. ... Sufffutlamu Retuenber week, r ;!, connection with th assigns'Iouisvlle''Naah-; ) ma\e j -- :- of Bond- Trustees the'! form of Passed January 4th.v 13
, ; I I When It.;.Ing Good. Mr. Maddox and family have moved yule Railroad "Co pany's.' track an- 1 ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE. 1 said bonaS'' and coupons' shall be. .sub Approved. January, 5th 1905,
ESCAMBIA OYSTER DEPOT. :J 1 t o Coitage Hill) tstantiaily! as foJlqwsr] to wit:
TheIlthvenee Wtween wool and cotton proved by It. and shall lmmediat!'lyi I i Estate of Frederick Bonar deceased., 1
-S--. j I, Mrs,, Sargent; rof Pensacola :: :. UN TESTATE OF AMERICA.I Attest .Cajor of Fecaaco'a
Phone 1210.FIDe..Perdtdo' i Is! rery great and in the caw ot spent : upon the completion of such .,*'lIcltr( Creditors. legatees, dstributeesand: '

Bay Plant..and Etcam- : separate threads' of each \plaInly apparent -1 Tuesday Miss ,with Sabra Mrs.Hardy Wilson !I j track, plank .in substantial mannerbetween )[all persons having alms! or demands'against I' ,STATE'(State Coat OF FLORIDA.of Arms) C. R MERR1TT. CJerK.
entertained .
:I'- bla Oysters at reasonable pricea.i ,. yet when these same threads t s small a the rails' anil bejond' the ends the ,said estate are required" to''Number I Number --:-
, are .tlo elj 1 Interwoven some ,good 1i I IK'S. party at ,Flinch Tuesday ever I-I j j of the'cross. Ues. and $o construct and present th::same to me within,two ((2). ) OC":, AN ORDINANCE.An .
C. T abarras & Co. mafntsin th ald'' from this date $1 ordinaccs regulating the CP3struct'on
to years '
Judges are mistakenand i approaches a U.OGO'l
-i buy a mixed:1 j Mr. Buford ,Allen the night CITY OK PENSACOLAImprovement;
.cotton and wool who { operator)iswitchjrack/.tnat/: the(passage over-stj: j .P.,.H, WHALEY.dniinlstrator.. if buildings. of. six! or nw"
I goods, firmly -onl has beE'll' boarding at :Mrs. Bond. stones
Ii l i'"lnc* : BE IT
HICKS' befor., its r truction. and shall always For value recsived the City of Pen- I THE
ton In the cloth. If I -
i!t all mills is the ,custom ot'l'f An re''able'movem'nt keep between the rails and between I NOTICE hereby given that G. J.i sacola, a municipal 'corporation of thCtate : 'OR \ND BOARD OF ALDERMEN'
rCAPUDINE manufacture cotton and j the' how-f the said switch S of .nrlda. hereby acknowledges THE CITY QV PE S.\ OLA
I track and track i Morgan; purchaser of Tax
without Certificates
wool mrxntres toTmr the cettourernaa-::4 jels : any unpleasant effect is,; I to to!I Section 1. That
; IHMtOIATLLT CLS.E.9HEADACHES on the ej!'t side thereof In I itself IndeiMeJ and promises! pay all huild'nps! of f:
, : wise! in the looms, thus haTing the., produced l IY Chamberlain's Stomach I condition and. r par'! : as; the as good.I I Nos. 56. 61.,62. 63,.64, ,65 and 66, dale,:II Ib earerthe sum of'One Thousand Dol-l lor< more stories shall be of flreproaconstructio'i.

*'ool to ma IwcthirUe.. done and Liver Tablets. For sale by all atm eel the 2ni. aaY' of November 'I' after'I i .
;, upon which it is kept by t th* city; and I A. Dt 1901 t tI lars ($1.000) thirty ((30)) years
-_ 5r tH up COLDS for two purposes--first. to impart the j druggists. i if at any time the lIaM! street' shall be';( has filed said certificates in',my office,1I ]I date, with Interest' ,at the rate of four,( Sec. 2. That all exterior brick 3i
IN It TO IS HOURS frlofsy which the J centum (4%) an-i i stone walls 'of six f E
appearance longer paved the said J. Ogilen Armour, his I and has maae; applicationrfor tax deed I I and flnhajf per pet i any building:
TrW(Mil.* 10(. Li DnaI I 1C } stretch of wool Rlyw when run.In the' QUINCY NAMES associates, heirs' and assigns.simall I Ii '.I num. payable semi-annually. July 1 1 i more. stories shall be constructed s
|Ito Issue In
accordance 'with
length of the goods, and. wcond because also pave between the rails of said .law. Said I and January 1 I, on, presentation and *as to confcrm to the following! tat:

tbe proportion' of cotton U ne
; Marine Co. I less and more difficult to d- CIFY OFFICERS on each ide" _thereof. I described property situated in Escam.-' as ,they severally bfcome due, maximum heights to-wit:
; Grocery I tecL The cotton thrwid of
ranch smaller .nd Tery difficult to ditlngnlsh .. .. i granted shall f cease whenever: the : in GoB ,Cm of the United StatesI C ". .....
.604 606, 608, 610 S. Palafox St. said! I W. F. Brown's division of E. of N America ,,' I .. J! "' ...
ol the
Special to
The o f
IP' a 1 .. Phone 725. ;: :; E. % of S. W l,i. W, of R. U. Section ,' 5ae
t4 The
fineness 41 office
Quincy Jan. 2b. and l assigns
There.Is one Infallible test however i -At a mass meeting :;;, ,shallS to use aH i I .. .
V. J. VIDAL, Manager.THE Take.the bolt of goods at the cut end 'of I citizens held Wednesday night officers switch track for and. in a b"sm!s3 to i| 5, Township 5 north Rang 30 'est.I States Mottgage &; Trust Company. ,-.oj-.d :-.

and examine closely the tl'OSII1r1s@! were nominated to serve the city conducted Ay him or them. containing 2 !acres North( 7;> ft. of'10t i in the City and New York. 00

HOME OF GOOD THINGS TO thread, slowly'pulling it apart. If it 1 j.ilS follows: ; Section '1.!. :The privilege hereby i 6 and east. \ of lot :3, block 69. City The City :of Pensacola' 'I\e'reby' rsrves"th ?- S ;.., :
: privilege of -
option redeeming
Mavorf H. A. Love. granted shall or .
cease at 5 ,
breakn the ;
EAT. I slowly almost then evenly is and comes apart Marshal: G.: S. Gregorv. f tweniy-flve, (!5))! years from date-nd.. of, of Pensacola .S'c. .19 Tp. 2 ,S.\: R. 30W. thiJ bon4 at par and accrued toe ... ;:
: one. safe l in Judging it: Tax Assessor: P. S. Thomson Lot 13: .and ,E. %. o( lot 12,. block interest at:any, time af{er twenty (:G)
Just Received: to be all wool, It. on the contrary. it: I I Clerk and Treasurer O. >ear. front Irs date.! -
: W Lamar I }
99. CIty of Sec. ;i .
Pensacola. 13. Tp: 2S : : :.
: .Ubu{Chunks Halibut breaks In short uneren strands and AldermtnR. This 'bond i is issued by the City'. of : .
H Quick Lunch I H. Beef rd, ) Jiritt.... er S'steitt1ars.cIt ., R. 30 W, Lot : : ..
lait 13
..' SO kits ot fancy Mackerel. 3125 per falls apart Hy-refuse to ajyept the ;Medlea! and W-'W. Wilson; f the plague of caterpillars I block 100 City Pensacola 'm fer and in full compliance .;.- .

kit. irortdc', for they are undeniably cotton : A. T: Hearen to fill thq unexptreu1tcira 1 !overran the Scottish that ,t of Pensacola, Sec 19. Tp. 2 S.. R. 30V with the Constitution' and laws of ,
lowlands .
In 18M \ Lot ,
;' 50 kits, Salmon J1.25:; per kit and win not give satisfaction. It,were : I: of C. K. ,Shaw. re>>)?end. i i ii Richard : K.! block. 100, City of Pena the State of Florida, and ordinancesof
Bell in 1 ;
;v. 50/ kits halibut fins. $1.25 kit. far,tter to all his bsok "My Ptrang I tola, 3ec. 19. Tp. 2 .S.Tl. 30 W. Lot _
pe get cotton or all :wooL said CIty, inoJudin! among oth!rs I. It rlf
; o9 kits of Cod Tongues and Sound, I -,Me* and Women Magazine.. Ii Pet says, "Th caterpillars marchedIn f 124.. bock! 1,)0. CIt of Pensacola Sec., An Act of ihe} Legislature of the State .

-. ;1'25 per kit. S I [ armies straight ahead and tbe'c-on- 119. Tp 2 S., R. 30 W. Lot 10. block of Florida enJil a. ."An Act to Authorize -,. .

Bloat en. Milkers! and Roes Herring, sequence was that when they encou t 126. CIty of Pensacota Sec 19. Tp. 2'' the City of Pensacola to Issu? :H--:

5' Codfish. Pickled Salmon, Dill Pickles., THE SOMALI.Thr I tered 'sbM>p 'drain!*'.* whi,.h' are opea : S.. R. :30: W The said land bing as,- Negotiable Bonds for Municipal Pur .-Q-t.: J! ... ...
drains sFesri!! at tne date of
German Sauer Krout. '- about eighteen' inches deep and issuance of poses and Pronto for the Payment < -
pigs Feet In kits. $1.00. :: Are H. .. eighteen Inches wide at 'the such certificates In the name of E. -= ,
.5 fclt llr Idle aaA Alwayi 'i .I top. they Thereof,; ::a.pprov d May 12 1905. and C-O'-f'oo- :
Manewal and Lange's Fruit Cake Merrr-Their Pecallar R_....... I'I'I ( Relieve rumbled into them In such" numbers I }Walker unknown owners. J.1.. Har- ordinances and proceeding of sail city : '' 'N"

National Biscuit Co':. Fruit Cake, 25c I By nltture.' Somali' are alternately' j throat inflammation of the I that: their dead bodies dammed up the : *'*y. 'Mel'sa' Perkins: Mrs, A. S. Den. I.' duly had jnj
.: per pound. docile" caused by cold or water and ham, Francis: Jackson and Lara> tte' ..
.and savage, nearly always merry i tbej- might have been tale with the Cenjetitution and statutes( of -
TV handle the celebrated blends Catarrh. Hudson.!! Un'ess! said : : :
oi| and idle.! Even 1 Contain nothing \JYriOUs.0 out In barrow Joad."- certificates shall said State and Charter of said :; ""
habitually in buy"Adf'n i 1 be City,, .. ... ...
Coffee roasted by the Gulf) City Coffee rIeenl:: according: to' law, tax !'
f Co.. H. P. CMpman. Manager. they work as little'! as possible -------.- ---"--- I deed will lssua; Jhereon on the 29th' *, the issuance' ol this bond and the ordinance

,: Oaxacav3 c lb.; Gold Standard. 23c and then do no'manual work. for their 'tI --'- ,': day of .January,_ A. D. 1906 Witness authorizing the iisuance'of "
1 Inbereat;prid* forbid that. Cab .this; bom ,having;' been, duly approvad .. t,
Ib;, Diamond BlendS 25c! Ib; Golden drlrIng m> official signature! and. seal this the ; :
.boat and A '. by the majorifv orihe v6t*>s'cast l>y. 1 ... t N
fA.: Bi9. 20c lb.Strictly manning grooming ara j 1 J 30 day of December. A. D. 1903. A. ; "

t ;;;> fr" h roasted and as goo3ag the i't"oeral.'I'alta ot.the Aden Somali j! Hot SOUT1ItRNBLIRI t M. McMillan, Clerk Circuit Court, E.,;- the voters of. ?afd"Cit>. duly qualified' i xjjj

L. Any Coffee sold in thia city. In the. interior of his own country hii | I cambia county, Florida. Bv 1... G. A ,'- as prescribe ). .by Uw to rote thereon I I .\ !! ;

't Send us 3our,orders and. we will 'deliver principal i oceup rioiu. are plundering TII I''mard, D.C. 30decoaw5w: at an election' duly. ana! Jesallv'call .. ; CA. | : j -

f.,... promptly. and cattle lifting' at,whkh latter pur WHICH IS INHERENTLY SUPERIOR ;,and hId for that* .purpose! on August : ', ;J ,
22.!: 1903. v "v S f
T'I. suit be is ..*id to' be unparalleled In TO I AN ORDINANCE. .. "
t ALL OTHER: AMERICAN : Ills hereby certified .
AN ORDINANCE recited: and tkilL- In to be
religionthey all entitled
are An
: I clarfd Ibat t afl( aC's. conditions and :! .. %: toe3CZ
!' with PRODUCTS. Ordinance Relating to the Engraving.' .
{ I It' t I Issuance and Sale of Improvement i tntngs requirea tq exist, appen and i t!
The great of the .
:We Give You a peculiarity Somali Bonds'of the City of Pensacola'' be performed precedent<< to and in thel!I Sec. :3;. The hejght an:! th1e's'
11', bowerer bU 1 hair for. ko
contrary WhippedCream 1 I Florida 1 1I Ispaunce of this bond have >existel I of_ 'walls and buildings ,of atced (on'ttruction -

the custom of most riCH i propqlnJr. .J This is a fact, though" it may' be,I WHEREAS under an happened and .bet' \ performed :In-du'* ,; r' cl more than eSgh! fTOrtJI
pursuant XoI
: Guarantee : I I I r Islam, bedoes not share his head, but .:; news ,to 9ur1",local people,I'that there..I i the provisions of an Act of the Legis
II allows, hl..locks. to run wild. Nor 1 lit Is a beer made l in )t1con:,0 a., "whichj lature of tae State of Florida law and that: this hon4 ,together 'with!I I cial approval ofjhe Ci'y EnziflCt: ITlJ

: : of good work and whenwe I|I his hair the wool 'of the negro, for In *! t has been awarded the palm of su,?ip-oved, May 1%,> a'.') entitled.',"An Act ap-I art the other ind bU1ness of said city I 1, Board bf tbTic-\Vbrks: or if 'there b'

f : say good 1'ork'we> I It I II stead -of growrng in one .iense cluster I II ; Pferiorltv in competitive trial antf con ] Authorize the City of Pensaco'a: does not exceed an> limit prescribed no City Engln er. to the approval I stunted :
mean the very best o>- !I all OTW his head as Is the
t tainabU by means of Gall.. for-In ranc*, it tangles into long cup to-day and well the consumed beers:, in America. And pal purposes and provide for the pay State or Ue Charter. 'of'' aid City and i i Sec. 4. The requirements 01 be t'*

f. equipment. ;' cords ,not :iinjlkethose; A! a poodle, wager )'ou'll drop in again that convincing it is made fact the of the award Is""meat thereof." and under, and pursuant that ''he faith and.cre.dlt.of sail' City dinances of the City requiring mt'1J1
to-morrow. Only pure t bj Walhelnus InstI-l 'fo the provisions and the entire taxable f'hall) tot
'MODERN which parted orer his forehead, hang tute, [ of ordinance property insai.Ii|' covered shutters tq windows
Chocolate( ) used and with Chicago the most critical brew1'adopted by the Mayor \ City hereby Irrevocably for-!
I down on both cheeks. often projecting ers' and Council of'' are pledged apply to buildings of fire-proof
S LAUNDRY METHODS t! almost *$ far as his shoulders. the "know-how' I in!' preparation And rben\iats" in the such country., ', 'I't[the city ,of Pensacola on July 19. '1905 j to the punctual payment pf the principal -I struction. .
t < and intelligent operation.Let the product Is hot jet there 151 an' establish, IIn,1pal'tJ ,
Not t.ofttt'nt with the bow of hair I ed, prejudice in favor :entitled "An Ordinance to provide for! and lntereat'ot this bond. S(C. 5. That all ordinances

5 us do jour "wash. I that nature and neglect insure him. I drink perfection. tide that many, people of continue a foreign, ar-i, the issuance of Bonds of the City oft IN WITNESS WHEREOF said City ; of ordinances In conflici fifr' ...
j to
be plasters hi. head with a peculiar I a beer made In the north. and buy i: Pensacola Florta.. under and by of Pensacuia -has eaused this bon! to: with be ana the ame are hereto' f -
t The Star Steam which It I tue of an Act of the Legislature ofi\ be signed bv ltaMa3orC1ty: ; Comptroller '
: I Ii light clay which) has tbe effect of .1. has been declared by northern zpert,;' pealed. Ilban
the State of Florida ,
be entitled 'An Act andy Chairman of its BoarJ of Sec 6. That this ordisa:: :-
inferior I
bleaching Its blackness to a light reddish to our own !
: home t!!1 to Authorlzs tbe City of IPensacola) Bond Trusfees. and-tht '' afte Its rae'
: seal'of Immediately
to corporate
i Laundry. hue, and A Somali In a new Kandy Kitchen Cafe : pioduct __ .. Ufisue Bonds take effect
i' "Call for this beer and give It Municipal 1 : said City t Oe; b mo affixed. attested eage and approval
!t.- 37 Earcon 5!. ?han* 114. their windingabe t of a garment Litalledand 'I a triaL;Purposes and provide for the by ,ft Cjitf i .
Ask for "American Queen pay- ? '.JCIeri; and! the cou:f(- Passed January 5tb. 19 6..Appro'ed
,. snucoa. FlA. a freshly.clayed head Is the j 104 I IS raaae bvi t1ent thereof,' approved May pons hereIthsttaC1itt: tp *beaf lithographed 5th.; ,ISUaCHS. ,
S.Paafox. .
j! : 11 ( Phone_ : 999 Acme Brewing oMaeopia. 12',1 : : -: January
"ct 1 } ]
t tI rery atme .-Blackwoo' &iaazia. : for 'home use and, give it -al neld In the several election precincts! ; ..'...v,_:; PellsaCOL:
F thorough critical test. j I Mayor JC&&,Comptroller]) "and 'Chair-j I i Attest-. ; Mavor ufj
o the City of
on August]' man of Board .of...Bond. Trustees' an'.lj]j C.E.. MERRITX:, Clerk.



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i!-_,-This,- Is the last, ,. Day. ." ofDIB IEEH[ [ TO :BEB3URI'EM' :r i mEO *A-S 9 RESULtOr [' < Throal- V *" andtung- -; Trouble-.t :--t-----7-----------------' -Cured" *. **. .I 4 4k

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GREAT PKMNVENTORY SAIEDon't I -firs.,) .Sarah Miedeking?vSc

reduced from weakness 1 .I

4URNF I L__ i2Z and! fever that she' could '
miss this : !: :
opportunity to -
buy the' ,scarcely breatKe, "is', tured:' i ,
highest grade Clothing and Furnishings .t' 'A : :

sold in Pen acola at such ,once or twice atramJia.: Fla. I don't 1IceoJ. tt: : ... I by Duffy's Pure .- Malt 4'Whiskey. I
sweeping 'reduc know of any man' who:showed greater .' ,; -uI -' ,.
31L : '
tions. Sara Klotzke Who Was Burned I t ; i- -
pleasure in entering the United States I _' __ ii
l service than ,he,,did in Tampa. when -'h" k-" )/4 : .

See Our Windows for a Few Prices f taign he put_the on old again blue'for,uniforms the Spanish: Ct cam the, Wednesday,- Expired JhursdayJIights I -t.'.t_. : : --k- _:- ?'V' I I 'u I; regard Duffy' Pure Halt t

,United \S9LeSt': ( (pnce; when.i"was' in p ; : f'Y', < tc God-send
Whiskey as a for
trodtt \ ,
ingi\hm'} to Urge audierice ar;?t _

This is sure, to be: the banner day of oursale I Carnegie flail gathered in the. interestof it cured me of 'a terrible
and you-should the 'Y; ,)I. Cl A. 'rem rked thai (Continued from Fifth Page) jl
delay. he ,used to bother me more than any cough and throat trouble ;

(,Other commander that I knew when I Rarah Klotzke three years and 8

Come Early or late, You Will Have Our Best had 1863.a force in the West in 1861 and months, of age the little fcirl who:*was which threatened to kill

As soon as he could Set on bib MJ 'severely burned last Wed esday
: feet he remarked;with a pleasant smile while playing with matches, died late : 'me she writes. ,t
attention as we will be here ,
: until 11.30 that he wished Generalhoward would Thursday night at the residence of her

D. m. with extra force to omodate the Torget a little more. of that ancient his. parents, 320 West Jntendencia street.! 1
rush.. ; tOf")'. While it was a well known fact at 1 I It -"I regard Duffy's Pure Malt' Whiskey a*

His marked characteristics were first, that the burns were of"a very God-send. It certainly cured me of a terrl 1
kindness, courtesy the very beau idealof serious nature, and that she was suffering ble cough. lung and throat trouble trhicl i
gentility and extraordinary de\o- greatly, yet hopes were entertained '
threatened to kill me I got so bad iron
lion to duty as he saw it. His Christian -
I for her recovery., from the fact '
: ,sentiments'were! obtruded ,upon : I ro chills. that I could scarcely breath, ;
I tlat only the lower portions of her I
TAI1DARDfOTHInGf( I strangers but was pronounced and 1ody.were burne; but despite all f'l j' t and at times was oxereome with a weakness

outspoken as a Christian whenever forts to sustain life the little one I : t : : and feier. I,had a bad cough most at j
the occasion Demanded it. It was always -

J :: a delight to meet him and talk passed What wan is thought to have weakened;i' the time. j j j"Since :

THIESEH ViBUttDllSXTERSELY I with him upon any topic connected her condition, and caused her to grow 1' :_ taking your medicine my cough ha$

I with the public interests but more esp much worse was that, while she lay: _' disappeared; 'I' have no trouble with mf J

cially did he shIe1n private life." suffering surrounded by her loved lt: \ _Ij_ throat and my general heaah is much Im., j.
:. ; 'eo' I When General Stewkrt I.... Wood '
MM -T I ones: fire broke out in an adjo.nin'; I t proved. I give aU the credit to Duffy's Pure
ford rose to make an address at the! rooni which necessitated a,call for the f
':Malt Whiskey"-MRS. SARAH }flED&:
.- I dinnerof the second panel of the department. -- j
-I' fcheriff's jury; last night at Delmonicos -j I I Her critical condition at that time, 'I ICING 139:: : BaymUler.. Cincinnati, tX. "
TOLD word of the death of General I connected with the usual excitement> -- Nov. t, '1905. of
PENSACOlA AND : Wheeler had not reached the dinner that generally prevails on an occasion ', :MR8T SARAH MIEDEKING I I.i

and one of the features :of the function. of the. kind 'Is naturally supposed to

was the lowing eulogy pas>sea' UP 1m e caused the set back from, which
J R McLain, a prominent business .nuffy'sPure Malt Whiskey
on the Confederate leader by Genera '
shet'Id: not rally. ;
an of Genenla., .. is in the city onnor' -Ilil
] who' his
Woodford was .antagonist
'Mid the condolences of her many I '
business visit. in the'civil war, 1 ,friends she was laid to: rest Friday For more than fifty yearn has been the most successful health' and strength builder and gentle fnvigorator. stimulant sal -
ANDAlUSIA "Joe met tonic known td rnt'dlul sciencf. as witnessed bv 'the many thousands of cures to Its cr*dilIt Is a sure preventive of disease f
\Ir.., Mc\VilIiams is sick at tae Wheeler lsueVthebs morning In the :Jewish cemetery. stomach
very : i and the best cure of coughs colds bronchitis, pneumonia consumption!! grip and all }uus. throat and
,lUal' of her daughter. Mrs. LOCKCS 2ou or"J: ever. knew". t said:: Geneny troubles. It is th*'most effective form of nourishment which enriches,the blood. Improves the iroulstion.- p tcs digestion ;
Florida Blanca, Wood! &,:. 'a d from the heart, ;(if this builds up the nerve tissue, strengthens the.hearts action' and gives fresh vitality 'and life to ,tb? entf *,.IO"tf'J1n i. a
m 'r Romana and : of good health and and of and been enabled to reach
ouCthe Delaware's Hundreds. promoter long life by continued use thousands men women have
meet fervent ,
pnayer' l
ing goe j
the mark.
ue INfht" century >
I am sure that .he-may comeback' to In the days when the Saxons dam 'I i Dufty Pure Malt Whiskey contains no toad oil and Is absolutely the only whiskey' recognized bY ,the ,Government 1i i
smacks Cavalier, Carrie Btt ROAD us, or,.if,not, that he may rest'oa;'the, Bated England prior to the coming of as a medicine This is guarantee.. Jt Is emphatically indorsed recommended everywhere by ,clergymen temperance

""II.,,., A. >r. Chapman, An'seliena,; and othejvside i as such. a true and 'k>Hilm.l William off Normandy the people were advocates and doctors. .
CAUTION.-There If butane Doff y',Pure Malt Whiskey Sold in sealed bottle only; never in bulk. In..ton having1 the teDalll.and ,
'eifa.i of the fleet of Saunders &. deserves. "- :tA formed lno: divisions of Jmndreda. i refute cheap substitute and Imitations,which are placed an the market for profit .nlv and which are positively harmful to both the body and ;)
,' allcil' yesterday for the fishing \great 'cheer greeted- Toastmaster This was done mainly for military: !' brain. Look tor the"Old Chemist! "trade-mark on the label' and .beD the seal I Is ..rnbrsku.All reliable dru(1its and KCBCC X, I
1k'-, William II. McElroy when G neralWheeler's : purposes or direct.$1. ,a bottle. Doctors advice and medical booklet free. : ;Malt, :i.keb.,:Rochester,N. Y. '
and tbo convenience assembly I ,1 'it itC
Andalusia that Pen health was drunk .
Paper Says
Jack Jones, one of the oldest and J, '!P. Morgan and nearly all of the upon the su&mons of the powerfulearls !'I N. Distributor.,

B I'J:;< popular engineers in the service sacola justices of the supreme court were and baroas: to whom the people I =------_-_ n-_ --- I h
Will -- ---- -- -
0: the Louisville and Nashville has Capitalist Visit guests at the dinner. owed allegiaucAs. These hundreds nsuI I I ; ;

it- urned from England where he aaa ally, ,consisted of ten family's, each i', e1ghbors, After .i* + ++ '+ + "". +._ .. ""J

bin trending the past six months the Place in a Few Days. The Original Laxative Coilgh S\rup: family being computed at" a minimum t The wealthy man had told the vi ItOi : .
\ large; congregation gathered last Is Kennedj Laxative Honey and Tar. of ten persons. In time the families in- ,t who,was soliciting money for foreign

ih ('hri,uan Tabernacle on Gregory News of recent date will ba of intsrestf acting as a catharfc! on the bowels. lose the .t d1vidualldentJb' or changethe : heathen %text door: "I want what I I I ljl

:-, .>..'\1. The subject "Get: Right With to Pensacollans. who hate heard but I Kennedy's Laxative Honey and Tar>is designation of 'organization.' In" gito benefit my neighbors,"'.said he.

o<..rI3" ably handled Th.e solo bjMi little regarding the Pensaco'a and An- a certain safe and harmless cure fort tk;? natural order of events these hundreds The, Philadelphia Ledger says the \'isitor's : Our new, :parlor furniture is smart of endless varietY and .:
F K Brawner was hignly eii- dalus'a! railroad for several ,colds croup ,and whooping cough.. '
weeks: expanded' Into communities and face took on,a loot of mild in- very serviceable. A paniciUrly noticeable! feature is .

J"! Kl "From all that a representative of ultimately, into geographical I divisions : spiration. : 'that the! !*ss expensive 'pieces possess much of the same t.
lttJ, \V CaUlnell. pastpr of th'I'n.wr The News can' learn, the Pen;;acola The wonderful IncreYse 'n"'tht and took on gwgrapial de&Isna-J! "Whom do you regard as your ; style finish and artistic workmanship! of the mora ex'i)
&. Andalusia railway project is far ..sal $. of. : Some of' the American colonists i'' You it with .
1 >iallst church, finds tlvit he can : Hot.1 neighbors he asked. 2 pnsive pieces. can buy the positive: assur. "
mi return to Ins work hereon account from being dead. On ths contrary... WHITE. 'ROCK W TER adopted this form of geographical Why, those around me" .' ance that it is thoroughly! reliable. throughout no mat- : ; '
I I '
is -to ,merit. aloqe.flswa.
very much alive. due ,
of continued sickness! in his family is tl : division, and thus we still have hur.I .- "Do you mean those whose land Joins j' ; ter how low or high priced It may. be. Buy now, pay : ,
"Within the next few dais aPen I ,
wUo r>siis at St Louis This will I Ireds in Delaware and Virginia. although ; :yours?" later !!
., sacola capitalist will Le in Covingtoacounty. 5rtkBrealke.; .. ,
I 1) quite a d sappointment: to his pcopU in the.latter stale that form of -Weir-yes": '
and congregation of,this city. In fact he may ba in tee I The gills ofa fish. are situated at,ft* designation bit sf'ldo.'Ufl But in i land do h ld1" :
"flewmueb ,
y ou iMARSTON & -j
county at this writing. Hisvisit *of r lack partjofcthe pfijesof: the head.alnj; j ; : QUINA
Delaware hundred. is used "About" res." : : :
universally' > a : ,
Mr and Mrs D B. Kelly and son, of this ountry I is along'matt* rs pertainIng -: consist of a number of vascular mem I ( ? ;
to describe the divisions ,of a "And how far the earth do
county through
Cadellac, Mich, were the ar- to th. railroad. This capitalist -'
among ? new braues wlihh aie generally arranged 108x110 S. Palafox St. Phone 148 'Pensacola'Fla.! ':
and is ,equivalent the 'township in think o'YD1"i ;
in the talking you you
dty \esierday They enJove1 knows ,what he is ; about. : in double, fringelike rows,' attached to I i :
a trip on the bay yesterday as He Is placed in a position to' know.! other state* I II II i i "Why, I've never thought it before S
the parts by the base only. In I
the guests of .\. Breakey of Bag He assured The News man that the -:-- : but I suppose I own half way down.'!' I II ;
cases these membranes are feather '
dad railroad will be built. He said every I I "Precisely" said the man who wassblieiting
Xo pill-3 lsa"pleasant and. positiveas
in others folds attached
shaped mere
The steamer P J, This>tlewood, dollar: of the bonds w.erplacednot I to the 'sides of the gill cavities. The DeWitt's 'Little Early Risers. These 4'' aid, with an 'air of calm' 'tri- ; ; ;:;
f-oia New Orleans for Tampa put Into a quest.on of money The delay is ! flsh is cold blooded animal that is tc
a -
simply occasioned by sparring for children this the"other SASH DOORS WINDOW t GLASS
pert \<>sterdaafternoon and sailed 'its temperature is seldom' n&ro effective that ," delic.atef ladies }I' money for ypur( neighbors! at ,
again late in the afternoon. This is larger concessions. In oth?r words, bay : and weak people enjoy theif c'eansmg side of the world-the men whose
the! firsi trip of the steamer since she capitalists, are, endeavoring to cor-1 I than a degree or two higher than the effect:while'strong people'say they are j([ land adjoins yours at the bottom." .. ,BUILDING MATERIAL.

\all floated some weeks ago from the ner everything worth concerning be-j water In which it lives. This' being the best liver pills sold. Never gripe! ; ,f I "You're a ready reckoner" said the
work commenced.: the creature needs but very Ph'oneII. 11. G. DcSlLVA/\ S. CO.
fore i
tir: beachEd is It is a fact j true a :' millionaire dryly. but ho-drew his chect ,
known to that Pensa-' email amount of to keep the '
many persons oxygen
Hot Lottery. book toward him. ,
r, (YCon Qr, 01 tha editorialaT cola capitalists have purchased every I Mood at a temperature sufficiently highto
Deacon De Good-It von't do it
of The Mobile It*>m, reached the ; i
,'K* acre of available timber land along sustain life. This oxygen I* sup- won't do. We must not have games of :, '' I
last night having been- called f ; ; ;
"Ia'm'1 ;
,. the new 'railroad'FASHIONARLE plied to the blood of the fish by respiring chance at church fairs. \ Diplomatic Anarrer.Admiral ....f1 !"""' '',. f! '''' :'' .
Pr on account of the illness of his our .
: Drake when a !ad at the beginning
of water, rather :
{fith t. Capt, Charles! ;: J. O'Connor. who I large quantities or. '![rs. De Good-But this is not a game j 1 .
DRESSMAKER IN of I of his first"pnllal! m'nt was observed i r
large quantities water,
In a critical condition at St. An- of chance. I :I WHO MAKESYOUR CLOTHES ? r :'
CITY FROM NEW ORLEANS.Mrs. the separated from l to shake: ul tremble very much | '
and air
thim ho! pltal. Mr Connor is ac- respiring "You propose to sell tickets and givt : I
it by the gills. This explains why a and. being rallied: upon it, observed '
eonipinicil: In hu nephew Clarence F Miller of New Orleans prizes. Ii
:: L. ; late 'I
: with a of mind or, at all $ *
Connor They fish cannot l lye in a tank ,of water Why, not afcve thm built right here at home where yOU ,
are stopping at thi "Oh are'mlstaken We shall .
and familiar with the latst ; you '
MermantsThee 1 | been sifted through the gills events, of humor, In which" even >el- the ot what want "
has '
which hive ?
atry-ound get
French mol s. is In tha city to remainperman.ntly. sell the tickets, of course but we can'tgive h can privilege you t. j't 1
fle trembles at
inn was lacking. "My :
: LadIes are invited &) tune and time again any better than a I any prizes, you know, because'wehaven't :: ,;

is no other like It. Ask your call on her at room' 4, Park Hotel.iresh'ggs | human being or other animal can In any'to give. There Is'no .chance! : the anticipation of the many and great'{ THE REESE-MENDEL TAILORING COMPANY I,
II dangers which resolute and
ot all its j f intc : my
has deprived ox-
I air that been
bead will me.
undaunted lent ,
\ by being taken Into lungs and expelled -
twice ygen '
pure goes as far and **'-are turning out som swell clothes. Should you need a. suit, drop la 5
:iw d, 3ierts the Today.Fresh without being aerated. Fish .. I
"Blue Ribbon Heavy Weddlg Rla* $
At their p'nce.! No 11 JConh Palafox tiett. They :ire showing an
FIator'to Florida Eggs at $630 per that die in the stale water' of aquariums There are some heavy old wedding_ Farla Rectaurants. fA t fj elesant'hne! Saillngs and Trposerings, and at prices that wlllisurely! S, -
6. may l e'properly said to drown rings at Kirk Braddan. in, the Isle of returned-:from *
case; fiVeh, Tennessee at $ 90. per Chicago.manjust. : ;r; temllt you to btiy -
draw the fire out of a burn, heal case. J because they penh for want of air, Man such as might be handy: when the a ramble in, Europe decjafes that',in ,
Hut without the same (bing whieh :occasions death flustered loses the ring. :: j >>jHi,, ; f"t: it ;II
leaving a scar, or to cure \Anothershipment ,of thoa- fam usFishels' : bridegroom Pans the traps for unwary travelersare 1 ;

Oil: sores, t'tter. eczema and all skin White Plymouth Rock, Cockerels \!;- .by drowmug in man and other lung Leaning aga &t the north ,wall are'f innumerable as the sands of sthe --f- i: -- -- ..--' --- ----------=- : f ;

tad scalp diseases, use Da Wit fa Witch for breeders. breathing animal I,1- some very, ancient rags of, stone. t' seashore. One of the most familiar, is .-,
Hazel Sahe \ specific for piles. Get ED )0[. POO LEV, through whIch. in days of I long ago.. j I the restaurant' where the bill of fare

'h!' genuine Xo remedy causes such Wholesale Commission Dealer. ,!:('d. f fI1a before the jewelers' windows glistened, 4 1 I I lIs without prices; the heck being made

'Pl'f'drelit'f enline! Ask for DeWltt's-th\I Phone 1121. 917 E. Jackson St., The- word laClcd uow has a 't with wedding rings at all, prIces. the ;l out according; to what pie ,customer I

24jan2t* 'JIg entirely; different from that bride and bridegroom Joined. bands, it'i L seems' able to 1127.: "I was bitten once GORDON, & BROWN'

plied 10 it :;00 years ago. It is now 21r-1 Is said and -were'wedded., or twice in,3jtts' war." (5AYS,:the traveler :

PHONE 137 Jerstood to Dean thwarted, toiled "buttbei T refuseiVtO!; order un- :

disappointed. but then it was applied I Ito Forfier Ow. Proteetlom., less the tii.i!,'i! entlo 1 cr', the cost.
the process or degradation by which '! "Yes. madam," said the salesman p'. Sometimes "Jhe proprietor'' protested .

NEW METHOD LAUNDRY 1 knight was d' r.amL: A baffled !i "this, is the most exquisite dinner st feebly, but I told }b.m; tta.t'be.. .didn't -
we ever handled. The price_Is,.$lo." j without the
knIght was one who bad been projnounced j."I'll j.I- buy his victuals knowing j -
guilty of condjuct unbecoming: t tone i take It," said Mrs. Richle.i> "If., price and I should follow his exatu1 HARDWARE COMPANY

'. W. LAWRCHcr. Proprittar. No 8 Wait ttomanm St.'.. Fl. of his order and had accordingly! i| you'll agree to mark it'Imitation;price, )1 pie**."

been shorn of his plumes his sword f$6,90.: -
'H was broken before his eyes, his'knightly 1 ",Of course...but-er-that's rather'an.,,'i To Save One' Daeoa.I '

robe torn awn, sis spurs cut off h hi odd request" k [I .- 'safe"I.tur 'S' bacon"'::that is; to [VERYTUINGiHUARDWAR [

i' with a cleaver, and after being publicly !. "Yeh."b 1 ri wan! to h et>lve'our' serrI. I'| make' a narrow t'SCape--ls supposed to,, ; '

I' chastised be was declared to be baf ant #rl."-Philadelphia Press. refer to the,Uuumow flitch.For many ,

j fled. The word is used in this sense by centuries it was the custom at Dun-

The Store Shakespeare and other writers of tiuftime. Bunkoed. m-ow. in England, to present! a flitch of : BELTING VALVES AND FITTINGS
Big ; "BilWns says there's nothing !theso. j jWhat's > bacon to a married couple of twenty I

_ gpt-rll-qUlck.! .cbcnf' ." ,'ears' standing who would make oathA -
; ,In Knall'h Mantrap. happeneu to him?" ;
that they had
I! has beenfouud Alford, on the Scriptures never PIPE, NAILS, BAR IRONr -
= = r A mantrap "I thInk he's married to a stingy : had a quarreL To come lose to a
t Lincolnshire. Enlandwhicb shows ,the pir <&."....LoubvlUe! .
; quarrel without an actual rupture was, .I :
Great t Sale Now Going On. i' barbarity of a century or so ago .It CourJe'rJoumat'I :n, the popular dialect no sate one'- .'. MASURY'S READY-MADE RAILROAD- -
!lis probably the largest mantrap In existence. :- bacon." f : .,
It Is seventy-six Inches, in .- t '
Price. Length, and Its jaws, with teeth protruding : I PAINTS, s'
Sewing Machines at Your, Own<, I' ',{ Every Bit a. Good. 4 .4 j :: -
two will fly two t -
Inches open DOES THINGS f SUave you a belt thatIligoabout4 : 1 I
feet two inches by eighteen inches. t my waist?' asked the young lady wltbja .' ,

New Wheeler & Wilson Sewing Machines also one I Old time landlords who chose to insist, : You don't suspect' a,: as she entered, ,the dry goods tetore. "-- FAIRBANK'S.SCALES-..,--- : : .
upon their rights la their entirety as ji j: I .
lot of setond-hand Sewing Machines at your own price. i: they often did. were at liberty to plant ; I have something Just asgood .
We Machine business. I''f these barbarous engines about In the i il | tXo; ", 'man who formerly SUPERB STOVES AND RANGES. ,
are goind out of the Sewing I J replied the young J
& j l undergrowth of their inclosed, land: for }. pOSTijM : .'- ,
store. Tonkers
fine Wheeler i. worked in a drug ,
Here chance to get a
is main I
your .,I the benefit of any trespasser or possibl I Statesman. .
wilson Sewing Machine almost free of cost f I poacher who might chance to pet foot : i t .....AGEN Sn. r'

Better come early before they, are all gone ,near them. Their use was abolished bylaw i ETolallan of a Jok*. NEW YORK BELTING AND PACKING CO. -

, .. ...... In 1S2T.: : COFFEE. I '"What becomes of a Joke when It* '
the almanac? t! .
for -
gets too
TO CURE DAY and builds -
A COLD IN ONE sant change :

'Take LAXATIVE, BROMO Quinine )II bark I' ''"Tlie theatrical progritinmegets but itT loto 1 J Orders Shipped Same Day Received ;
ta ""And from there, it's a step Mail ,
Wm.Johnson&Stin Tablets. Drugists, refund money if It j < i
I I fails to.c. re. E. W.. GROVES: sigaa-i HEALTH the musical! l comedy, r-PhUade l' ,
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I I cases: pretty la.lnl7.." ne
Hawaiah jslan 'I...Thi( need was recognized -. ;4i a rem
5 : ,
.t grimly
eight years. ago b- the navy "
T fe.jatola: deiartmenU,- Jheplajiswere[ made.( ?be, disclaimed' credit jtrith an airr
0nfnal .Nothing more: J JI as been done.) ,ware' ofthe.:'hand; !*.
We have some'repair shops at Cavite. MISS SCOOPEM t ?'Oii,:that' nothing when you're 1Ied

j Which the 'navy' department Is prepar-- to;ItJthPdeclared.: : .

i' .-. Ingt. gradually ,tb-.abandon.. S "Aiedhow about Miss Harriet

I ; -Daily.wci4.: L'.da Y.. Proper 'docking, repairing :and shipbuilding -' THE LADY t/OUGNAL/JT. ,d 1l1aDdecL. M
PUBLISHED facilities; the' Pacific coast !i "You'vf never; svn Harriet: or
EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY, are 'urcently'ne eded. wouldn't ask ObL. here she Jm.
As to what additional facilities will -.- j coaes'
: \ Fbe'tslosklns] for I
T- won't
: he needed and .as to what they would f M ,
: THE cost-these are matters of aetail. The! I and' can cherries this! glorious dajri
JOURNAL COMPANY, 4S44f. ) i 'She was on her feet and in
; question cot should not be ronaldee : ;( : a j,
ed-not in an obstruct4ve 'way, or as! *! 'bad.-:Scrambled! np the bank and h 2 2I

I I FRANK L. MATES. 'PBctn>urr AVD' Gunuuu., ).L&iiop.. entering into the determination to. / I i takCnrefuge behind a clump of "

I: have or not tci have. Those are matters ..,j unr'baihes. The stranger saw a TeL

of supreme pelicy, involving the, ...C T l .fat:plrl 5 cOming down the path gu

I MEMBER THE'ASSOCIATED PRESS. safety! and thetgreatuess! of the nation. waddledalong quite breathlessly! jjl;

There' is and should' be no question ofi"1 t large rcund fab wa an ocher
J'l moav
t RATES. cost. v '' _ t tone in hue, .Her tow colored hair '''It
The department once mentIon C
I I'J ; navy .* 7= If E 1.'p1Iedt*: under ica of the lace
ed the --
', One Y ar......M......|s 00. 1- One Month.......... a ,I i tablishment of lr Pacific naval base.. \ baby: bats suitable only to fares the

4 Six Months ......... j 50Montka ) One Week .......... 10 That sum improbably too small. The: : -. !i daintiest! the most piquant andt
Tee ...... .. 1 35 j I Weekly Edition year.Jl' ooj : expenditure'!' would be a continuing' '. -' '-C ;, gave to, her.count*nance the ludlmc

; : one. spread over number of ) 'I-;- I suggestiveness of a frilled cheese, tu.
I Papen Sal
oa at all Newt Stand.
I Battleships and docks arc not "Mrs'l j comfortably! tight appeared the 1011'1

1HE !i u minute. Beginnings should be of foulard_ silk that constrain! I h:

ONLY PKN9ACOLA NEWSPAPER FROM WHICH A DETAILED I on a' proper scale even though t h j ample! charms She peered from ?!

1 CIRCULATION STATEMENT CAN IE SECURED. dertaking hun 'r'fI Involve million an dollars., expenditure! oft I. [ to sl a f : sh! called. "
There should, be docks and yards oni i !!

I Offlc. -1W and 110 East OoT. .rnm *t Street. I thcTacific coast large enough and arttj-t ed. Ma wants.yoo. Man-ree-ur

I quately equipped to handle every hip /TE\ When she had disappeared there TM
: TJELBPH :.No 38. c.TlE.TNE
1Th on tbe Asiatic station. I. \\ "W4 I OFF! the glimmer of a pink gown. 1su.
-- Such is not the case at present. \ : ran down into tie path."I .
( qTO ND
PEXSACOLA. i A commission of naval offlcerjt,, must go home, I suppose.! T'
i .\, SATURDAY' }lOnS NG. JANUARY 27. 1906. DROPS A WAY .
should be ..appointed ,to consider the!I the new mat's room to put in O'd .

location of a third navy yard on the ,I;Hicifi : c : My stepmother his co need to tab

.; f *' ## It. It seems, thai one of them returned11it coast. This proposal has beets boarders. Papa left her well off, betshe

..- to Cot Mann with the statement repeatedly made by the navy depart-i i thinks ,it's the only! way to
WHERE THE JOURNAL that he i' rnent. and rejected by congress. pt
didn't want it, .tho\t&h It was'! Harriet married.
__ .CAN BE FOUND. A coaling station should' certainly 1
security for loan
of the ) As
a $25,000.
t a matter of fact; most of it was traps- be located at San Diego. and with the Lc I : : i The* .-traveler: sprang op and Jlf+f''5 (bittn" ,(

.. The Pcnsacola Journal U I on, Erred to the. millionaires in question coaling 'station there should at least : ,, : : '
( "She'd have better chance
t' sale at the following, places in collateral for loans.'D established docks and a fully) equip.t a, of that

the city: Col. Mann teems to have had a ge i ped repair plant.,.if not a complete con- : : "t;' he sfrwrwu f'IHU:1" ,)', "it fh'd d i
ruction plant s : something else! first.
Bay Hotel. e ms' for borrowing large amounts orl)' : : ,
::. Coe's Book Store. "I money from wealthy men. Thes At least half of the new warship : : It ""What's"that. They war wall.,. n,;

Depot News Stand -I mount of his borrowings. as stated In be built in government navy: along the tree embowered way together .

.. Gem Book Store. 11-j courtis, about $200,000. He may have)' 'ards; and ihe Pacific coat yards" nsa. _- _- _-. ,
.. HotelEscambla. ,, have their part in this work
1 borrowed a great deal more than that]) "Exile. famish, &.N1lhilittC'your:
oft Merchants; Hot l. .1 a amount. but he acknowledged that hem!I The battle squadron should be __ She laughed gayly. ''Ob. I'm n t
Southern Hotel.Thornpaoa'a. 4 i got that much I I i ade up of the best and moat, modern .- =:zI: % really formidable in thatresr for I

c Boole Store. "1 Why were these:; millionaires so(I fighting machines known to, .the. don't'Intend to get'married."

w : Walker's Book!_ .Store.- ,....: ready to loan money to. the .editor or i science of, naval architecture, 'and --- ? .he I
I "Xot"ever queried leaning for.
i Town Topics? That is houldbe, numerous enough to permit
a question'' !
c.h'l HMI which the lawyers for the editor ofi1 I IC.ollier'.g the maintenance of a force on our i ward That be might look into th! t ms3.eriouB ::.

Weekly will try to answer:!1! Asiatic frontier equal to any emer-: Ii -.. face

I when he sums upthe case. genc)'. 1 "Oh, perhaps when I'm very old-!
f. Great P roSperlty'I I lOur force now in' the Asiatic waterS twentynine thirty: not before' she

The Gainesville of1. bears the same relation to Japan's I decided resolntely "And then
Sun sends a note ony;
:; In Store, fpr Pensacola.! 1 force that Spain's '.antiquated: navy in ir-
warning to of dell"erY'romes
patrons rural 'I Manila bay bore to Dewey's fleet. Incase '
For sometime 4\ 1\Qj "Well? .
past The -Jacksonville
by calltng attention the re- of war It would be prepared togive'

I :Metropolis! has been conducting c;?..nt rule laid oown by ( 'about the'same account ot-itself. "He's. so adorable I can't help myself .

; .a .fortune. tellhrg department which General Cortelyou. The postDlaster-J.1 I This is not only a disgrace; but its I live here. Goodby. Yon go 03ty
Mr. Brown's. I suppose They are
.. ha* proven unusually populars a Postmaster-General Cortelyou in C ,I dangerous. !
I I It concerns everybody in the United expecting icousin... It's the second
feature of that paper, juo'ging from the.I his reports made public recently outlines "
States. house to the right.
a policy of etricter adherence to 1. _
large number 0( answers published In the legal regulations of rural mail I Therefore it concerns congress imperatively. The young man laid his arm across

Its columns daily. A day or so ago routes. Most important to rural route the gatepost barring her way."Walt .

The Journal noted the following I patrons is his intention to "discontinue I )-; -T-- a minnte. I don't w what

among a larfee number answers: I I without delay any route where it is! ..t- .1- iH *.d--J: ) you had to cry about today," he re-

f. Pensacola-There is great prosper I found on inspection that because of Js .marked irrelevantly.Eyes .

Ity coming to you in 1906. l lack of appreciation of the service the I WEST FLORIDA 1"1"hIolmosCoemty.Advertiser. I dimples and smiles all dazzled
I If-xpenditure'in"Olved is1 AN IDEAL SECTION. # .Ai _
'Th Journal takes off Irs hat to the unwarranted, .. him.
I land tbe announcement that where \ ----- ::71 .1-
Seer : "I don't know eit she admitted.
of The Metropolis. His wisdom! r r.
Uj{ patronage is insufficient to warrant *
i is like unto that of Solomon and as aj delivery1iubstitutlon will b a'daily '-e I. : "Why h1tart'pn coming; in her?"

I the 'novelty of-ba king forty miles, to For ha )vas keeping right! .on by her
prognosticator he has Re'. Hicks and made of a every-other-day service. Not t: f ** -* t
the re"t of the long-range dope artists t It-very route .i tg appreciative anti too ,' Miami bt'gt'Th! (>1 engine worked .... ".c: side.!
: skinned many, many leagues.Great -- many patrons look"- upon the service Long ago' the Advertiser .predicted I well and the"efaly inconvenience 'suffer'ed -- I Th'e Journal Daily Short Story t "I certainly am. I'm the new, raaa

something to which they have the on the trip was a'lHtle dlay and l who took, an earlier train than I W!
! prosperity is in store for Pen right that West Florida would ultimately bc> less! speed than had the craft been ff ____. .__ .-
: same general as they have to "discovered.." and 'when that time M* mm ', ., '- ITL''-1"T-- --- :-- T :-- --- .7- Intended*. My -nam is Cedric Farrell!
j : eacola during the year J906 and during receive mail at a post office. The $14,- marvelous would arrived -I going with the'bow, or right end fore '* And I'm going to stay here, too" b<
changes ensue. ;tis'
;"J .all, the learlt,to'come as well.. ;pCo city 000000% ( deficit' bas brought the govt'rnl. We are now passing but ofthe most.. Miami. :eMetropolis.r- .- .. j' BEYOND -THE .D&ROT? i concluded stubbornly, "until you'rt re

4l;,tbe (t mth ba& more to leipeclfrom I njenf! ;o the'conclusion hat there is temporary! eclipsewe: endured: whil?l I I eonsMered:7our'rass decision."

1 t >the 'future thanThe jeep WaterCfl3- h little those.sense who aKnot in spending: appreciate) the money it. .on the'.South rn- and Eastern : sections The Water-V aflon 'Bo s. 1i 1 I I > By KATE M. CLEARY, .' ', '. t l Her delicate-face was on fire. "Mymy -

, I? of .the Gulf and. with its citizens alive were undergoing development! The i, Do you hear those dull thuds :'lika '* I; -what decision?" she faltered.

to Its great possibilities, which Dame Ct.'r Baldwin-County, Alabama, like Es: marvelous suce?$ of -the' orange and.! unto .th FaU of Rome,' these frosty Copyright, 1904. by Kate :Jfc;. cJe rr., ,: "Not to be married for a l long, lonj'
kindred industries first drew all J mornings% '. Is'only. the water-, time.'*
Nature has so magnificently prepared I IC r carnbia County, Florida, is developing to that portion; of'.the' st&te. eyes It > .- Harder M .- ,..- "'" -.. .. '.'. ..,... -.-.-.. ..- --P' __ ._ ____ __,__i_. _. __ .. -._. .. __ __ __ __ _. ..._<_<_:
' and forj wagon boys,-:fc-falling off. to 1t'-- "And do yon think you will iucceed?
: fpr PeD in Jthe
t acola. : course: of the rapidly. t
According to Abe "
Bay iMinette I
a long time the 'chl f Idea.'In '
nee1 j 1, rids than a bicycle ain't it boys? i I she asked tremuloufly.He .
1 next few years) will take her proper Times 127 northern hbmeseekers'passed' lion with Florida was the land of t>rr Tb stranger .stopped! and courteously I She QlIi.demlat little grimace
flung his
"- up with the vWrtaus : )
i. ft place as the leading city of the Gulf r through that place last week en route: angej and patatlaa: winter resort,1 : I r lifted bit hat. and shook her- head"; \ I air of a man going confidently i)
All For a Few Dirty'lotea.:
coast. where .the millionaires of I "Assorted ages, sires, .profeSslong-
forthe lower end of the county. This the North "C&n'u direct me"he began, then to battle."I .
could escape the .rigors of winter and A -front any consideration of the what dr;/goodsj! teen call, a Job lot. Butthey're
f off to remark: "You're In trou think
i I'wilL" answered euietytry :
i this : other ,
it merits .of that or the candidate ,
In Its issue of Jan ary' 24 the Ocala! have a jolly good time while thus all dlttlnctly 1 ellflble. Mr C.
'- who, crossed th'e.baf into Baldwin! sojourning. Thf ; for the Democratic nomination ble. Can I help you? ** "I'll bard enouh... Don't you tbisl!::
Dally Banner owes The Journal the gradua! extension of j .wouldn't take any other
county from lo.bi1e.1. railroaj lines together with the cx-"' for governor,,thi fact that ,the leader::i,, The girl daubed hastily at her eyes."No An odd iiflUe\ 'crept around his mouth { Iff possible, Maureen?"

. fconor of republishing, under the. title:: Unction other' sources of supply far l'of state and t:; national populism has ; .00. no!" And tbt-n. an arch look '.And hoVfmany" ,are there at the "All things are; possible," murmur"!

"Tact About Florida in Verse" a few j The :Mobile Item is anxious for Mobile the great lumber- and naval stores in: presumed to participate in a demo- nparkling up at him from under the house, now'J ,h persisted. a little laughter shkenco'tcc from the

Li : stanzas written by a_ member .of.Th? to "reap the harvest of dollars dudtries:: of th? cbuntrj'i.have; led those1! ; cratlc campaign in G'orgia is exceed'jjngly rainbow of her wet lashes. "Unlesg you "Four" ahe answered 'j depths of the pink sunbonnet. "};ut-
.4 Uournal industries to invest great ) distasteful to those of the party I ; but 'you mustn't call me Maureen yet"
staff time
some since and published a 'capital in \ ,
: which is to_ -be, ''gathered in Panama who have clearly defined ideas can_ prevent ray stepmother from taking "And each.of the four'.In lore :with "
: in this : our section. and wherever capital flows tp "I won't, promised this audacious
: : paper along with a lot t the next. you?
during years.'Twill boarders!
what Unless
constitutes I
development (If party ,"
sure to result Thus young man promptly. "won't if
; of similar stuff, under the "general I take a pretty-long scythe to reach all that industry"vhlch:; !l at first thought a populist openly and nonestly A quizzical responsiveness flashed I into I She be itat0d non dt' tlousll.. darling!! 1p""I'r'oot

, fiead: "On' The Ragged } dge." The the way from_ Mobile to Panama, but seemed tp be U monster wholesale destruction I pledges support of the nominees: he his keen eyes. He put down his suitcase "rmqt1lt* ur about the bereaved ""Well I never!! he panted.
j Banner however, credits the. verses! maybe The Item purposes sending of our best interests will hai no more right participation n in and wiped ,his hot f t'hf'alt. The ,, 6b"e' replied' truthfully. Tni "Of course :you never!! he cried Joyously. -
k -tct the Daytona News. The News eventually 'In development I a democratic primary than U. .A. afraid h@ considers ,j n, frivoloua. His
of! I some of her citizens down there to do result the tot grassy Imuk hy'the roadside whf'rebe "I knew you had never or youwouldn't
! our resources to :I Rucker or Jettison -,,r. Lyons And for dear departed wa't: not frivolous.: From
course unintentionally, omitted an extent
to give our be
the harvesting girl sat looked restfully tempting. so'--
j 1 the same! reasons which bar others his confidences 1 that Rhewas -
natives Infer
( never dreamed' In
. t .proper credit, thus leading4 the Banner I I t I all their i than' democrats from democratic "I've never been called upon to exer-: There was a swirl of crisp pink ikirtias
philosophy. The investment pr- depressingly < irand! most maddeningly
' i into errorS I There is one good feature about the!i of capiltaljn !'mattes, such others render thema? ves else my power* of persuasion or intimidation indnftfiouf.! prop; "? she fled ,by him Into the h/uce. He
our section seems at first vi'!" '
; w t
statehood bill,, "as Thurscteand obnoxious when In that particular refpect" 'hassured laughed! as Le followed her and kept! o>
passed |
,1 OB ; parjtlcipate -
r,1 jto I be based on. ptirely selfish: pried She !looke ["d<>wn at Jhe slim pink

: Mann's Victims: Also 1 I tnat, is the provIonthat provides 1 ipls'' with np :S'iew nor thought of 'iil-i I .in the campaign precedfng no. : her gravely "I might try fllllCPfPi' :Idly.! ,w8fInj, 'tb'e "sunbonnetand Jausnipg.'. .- : ._ ', ,
: 5. **"----- LJ
matter what the though. mind if I sit down a" -*
for "its"radficatfoif )y' the ;'people ai: timateiy proving a benefit or' blessing' ucu e. Do"jou again shook her bead. J Flr'! T tr of Torl =.o.t1I'
: Accomplices the polls. It is now up to the, people to. the country.. However that may;]i 'The Herald is bppbs< to"the nom- few: moments while you state the case "But the'other he prompted. The first treaty of fortsmoutK.>> X. H-
S .1 tlon of H6n. Hoke Smith for varl- in Ita *
' The details of the hake downs of of the territories in question ''to !,!, be-and capita! ,1 is essentially selfish f'ntirrilTRile I was signed July lC 1713 the contractIng -
say nevertheltra! the l ous reasons already stated in ,these knew he was laughing at her. '
: 1 New York millionaires ; developJment"of 1 two them are. 'veryfar sbne' being belligerent! Icdiw!
by. Col. .Mann. whether or not its provisions shall b .;: those twin industries, tha'' columu: P ithe other four candidates and laughed.too. She switched her "Oh of parties
ti t of. Town Topics fame as disclosed by: j! accepted. .- 'naval I and we entertain only the friendliest; -which; Indeed' : she replied briskly. .AJid and .the wbjtes. The news of the treaty
stores lumber IaJustrl3, i pink dimity; nkirtft closer! is a > '
: the testimony of :Mr. Mann himself, is,| -.. .- paves the way for- final development'feelings, .and nhe nomination of ,either woman's, giving irmlftfiion. Barlow-he's coming: of Utrechtt which ended Queen Acoe'i
1 enough to make !1 The (Ga of :;*! would not be ,distasteful to us. way-o I He saw the corners of I her lips twitch 'war reached the drjr Oct 20.K12-:! *.
4 the average dealer injgold 1 Albany1 ( :) Herald observes I!t agricultural horticultural 'and stock j! J I I He Bossed his anama hat on the .
:;T| But the Tom Watson phase of the '!suspiciously Indians desired .a tywrty. and It *.as
; ; bricks or the genteel bunko steereri;that: this is fine hog killing weather. .. raising; industries, which ultimately]t bank and sank down,, beside leer He ; .
: | campaign makes us sick. The nerve "You geem t9 iiaye diagnosed their formally! signed on the above date.As&
I turn green with envy, for the Colonel 1 i 1 Incidentally, some of IIhas. been fine. will cans? West orfda to bloom as!'r i of the populist -leader is ; looked long and lithe. His features! I I
'the ,of fructify'as |
I I rose .the Sharon and to
is undoubtedly a past master of the,|I t.U: killing -weather also, I. umental, and is only exce smpl,01on'l j I were Irregular, and there: was a ting .,
a modern Eden. Extravagant? Nor -
I: r
-jt of separating, the. wealthy from i' a bit C { gall of Candidate Smith, who. has of red In hip straight brown hair. But .
I of.extravagant ,sentiment thai i: -x----
chunks of .f.r .1 I'I Li I traded decency for a handful of his gray eyes ,were handsome and badiaughter I < "
large their surplus funds i 1<0 J prediction. .Where will you find a party If be tells you to tike Ayer's Cherry
That the Colonel is more foxy than GOVERNMENT # I i climate sunrior to burs? Partaking,1 I votes. Can any man doubt that the loving'lines about them. Pectoral for your severe cough or bronchial
t. NEEDS j i
:1 trade was made? The evidence isoverwbilming. "And why does this presumably estirmable YourOwnDoctor
, i. the average hold-up man is proven by t. ON PACIFIC COAST.. *!*i most equably of tropic and lemperaheI 1 trouble, then take it. If he has
:| In fact the trade has women insIst! on taking hoarders
influences have ideal But "e
climate better then take that.
I ; .f' an anything ,
r the fact that he has succeeded in makIng : [ ;never been denied. ? And what kind of
: boarders honor
. !1\-;' San Diego Sun. I i I that cannot he etc Hd-- and 'wafe know his answer; for doctors have prescribed
his 'victims his accomplices, !1 n'Yib'leh : ; And all for a few dirty votes.- her establishment? And- do '
\-1, a little skeptic| of .its .equal on this I ;, why yoU ; this medicine for over 60 years.
t phase of the matter the Sa an. iK! : *i. 'f if" a:1 I hemisphere As to soil like th< cllmate. -, Tampa Herald. i|I objectV .. 1 1 1"On dl"MMCnC.t W.pbl4b ;.e.ArnC'

Lib News comments as follows: |: .It cannot ba: xclled) for thei' *, question at a time If' yon __r- t.'__I.... .n ftI'.e4IdII5. La",: MAl'

. evidently Col. )Mann the editor of i! The imperative-need for a proper:l! uses to which it shall bo put In the Not the Pint'"W. D._" 'I, J; I I I please," she ordained demurely. -:'!
+. j; the publication known as Town Topics 5J i: naval base and an adequate squadron I final velopnv-nt.' j Three editors are candidates for: yie ""4'Wf'lI/'why does she take boarders?" -- -,'--.-- ,,------' 'CNew..Crop- -- --- "-- --- ---

which has been figuring prominently ;ion' the Pacific station should receiver ,, r ] office of governor in Georgia. Gjoih! 1 f,r "In the'hppe that some one of them :

in }he public prints for a month 0 i:; attention immediately at the. hands e ofi: :: .k i iI I I Thaf must be a famous state for! ffljf'ptors" 1 may ,marry,Harriet." Cane Syrup

a more' in connection with the libel iudlctment -:the naval committees of the house of':., ; ';. Never"mind. mayba we will be.. "And wbp is Harriet :
. brought. Justice Dane 1 1 I representatives I ; governor of n.\\ '' .
. by anA.of the! senate. ]I- NEWS AND VIEWS Florida some dajv. jt' "Her daughter. j -

against Mr. Hapgood, editor of 1 ; The mere statemnt of present conditions -';, FROM STATE.'. .PAPERS. won't be .the fitft Wt D.: who fiIll-tJ.} .:. "Oh! And do none of the-the Iti 'f'lputup in all size
lier's Weekly has had in mind CoI-1 should be.sufficient to convince: 1)I. '. .1 that high nosiiion! with bonor.-W.?${.i, dividual honored -> packages

). I. Jog time the fact there t congress of the need for action: .;: ,, # a ville 'Advertiser.. her by such a hop reciprocate '-. ,* '
times ahead for him and Nearly lhtears ambition T --, -- "- "
I*[troublesome :, e- have passed -
. I :j -
I : : His companion .WRITE.'FOR PRICES
I- ha\ done what he could towards provtolng -'' sjnce the battle of Manila bay threw wistfully contemplat.
:: Boat Backward.
against them. The testimony our frontier across the Pacific ocean I j 1 Navigated: :i Awaitipa- Developments.{ ,, ed the tip of hr shw. ,, .

y t hasn't -proven complimentary. to Colt.nn 1 I and made"the' United States-whether Probably for the .fj-rf.t time in thsi ; At last! The.. news has been given i "No," she. sighed';-""noCone,'so far.And ." .t"Supt
; 4 or Town. Topics hut it seems we would or no-a world power 4 i l sfat?. .I if. not irr the country..'3nd :: L: to ug ln.broke.n doses 'that jtha nextjen-':* whyr he asked. .,_ Stores Southern n States Lumber Company

.. 'io that the colonel' has go arranged matters JDuring. that Interval -ait unpr,pare' ,I I tha world .ha a.. boat be> LJ"terprise'; fdr"- !ispet Is. tn.; tectrfc light ,, "Because- confesspfl forlornlr.r"th .- .

that it appears that among the nation-of similar race am religion toit known': to run backwards a distance of r, plant! 'Vfy Mthhold fur ier comment:I,I ?y fall Jn love with mer: PENS \ 5OLA. FLORIDASucrei

chief! owners of the paper are about t I our'own-has been rushed by the., forty miles bitt'6uch bccurred here' ] for later-deTtiopni'entL-Jasper: : News, ,,, "All of them r be exclaimed. < ,

fifteen millionaires of New York city. 1 modern.ships and 'guns of an awake': Thursday when one of the nower fib I- i .LevelHeaded'Lonnworth.Congressman I She flashed him ;t : .
', on a battery of dnslc I --- _- -
In the course of the court proceedings I horde of Mongols. ing: smacks ofCthe M essrs. Drydin ex- Longwortb, prospect LrSlllant -

the district attorney, who is conducting What ,has the pnited States done to'!'''porters .came Into port rear,end first 'son.ln-Iaw"ot President Rdoserelt," eyes. t r- .. -.-- -1-u-J-----

the case for the state, said 1 meet a possible attack on our, Pacific ': all] ihit distance fom down the Coast I has a level" head in somg respects''I ,"Why'not?" ie counter questioned. -t.-,

tbet the stockholders were just as responsible front? Practlcally-nothlng! The smack was off fishing and had I i Having become familiar with the quaUi "Ah verf tru r* acknowledged the A Money Saver

r for the character of Town There is need for: ,i i started to come to -non when the vnt. -ity 1, of cUar Havana cigars made ;in: ,young man;; They couldn't help th m. : et

:.i Topics ail the editor was. Hence,! A stronger battle squadron inAsiatic t. gins refused: to turn forward.thousi: 1 Tampa he declared 'it In no: danger:,, selves', I'm'Jure. Poor devils* .

...'tlIe -(! millionaires from the point of waters. :j jAn : the backingpart of"the"yearheld.and 1 from the ,tne competition 'of the! I "Don't,
i-: Ttew'of the district attorney stand, on adequafe re H irIaud docking at i-ithe,: whesl turned in that direction: Manila article, stating that a man who t til l'advised coolly."I t
;. the same footing with Cot Mann s o.:" tion at Olongopo. near ,Sublg bay,.::: wltnout trouble. '\efforts :to repair! had smokei; on? of that kind, would I r don't, really. rm thinking of the .HoFse I and !letter LorM. It, i lcaL lt.ccoomicaL *. j

far 'as responsibility' for.Town Topic I I Philippine islands (We have nothing,.the break were fruitjtas. and being nev r want; another. The utterances next victim You see, in the-mldst of I!, It'* wloUsomt. Try it.

article is concerned. It is probable there but some antiquated barracks.I)I without the crewdecided. to back into t I lof Mr. Longworth sound tatberdemocratle :'Hfe'we ar'.:-or are apt to bIn: lover!
tr that these millionaires now wish they inherited from the Spaniards; ni tel '',port> Feed"
as he Is In favor of shunting td the'
I laughed, swinging! her
same elaborate plans.) I i iProbablya I pink,sun- '
'' not stockholders. tiller
were Accordingly' the' was lashed : CITTDY
Philippine Islands oft on their ,own 1 SOLO IN
Qf course they didn't seek the Mod coaling station and doc k1Ij 'i easy, and t bar '"fbf"'stering: I bonnet hy the striug, r.' J
an made track i CO.
II as soon as possjbls., .-Tampa 1 "But inbann't : # r F. S. M ELLEN
,waited facilitIes'atPearlt: Harbor in the I told me, he wenton : .
; J ,Jll,15_ ,doubU4.1.tY? :. ofjtheo* ) fast in tkto.bob:. thn/the stern, and Times I '..",1la1 kind.the bbatdeia ar .- -- -
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: i iI : ARROW must be properly digested and assimilated to be of any : .: >

k I ,:, :. F FAYORABLE cLcrECO SZUlj-! ; :"' 4iLTE1 cues. 1 1906 value of'-good jo. you," otherwise is a source, of harm inste4 '. '.. ,

: >-" 13 cents e4Chi'*.&*quarter.'Cl.UTT.PEA00DY& If not digested, it ferments and decays, causing ,

I CO. '- I.: v .;"sour stomach"heart;,burn,":nansea, headache; fiatul .-
'C.tC1 4'CMf' |o..T5'ThirCa. jence. bad breath and.. other. discomfort .,_ .

"f general e ( Raise in temperature '--' Carnival, Committee Held Enthusiastic S ," -' i .,- ;
I Over the i if "; -' KoclolDyspepsia ; .
Country-Raise of Meeting Last Night arid .- : "
Absolutely "Pu : NOL1RA: ,
(ODegre.Here. j je t Heard a. '
; % Reports. ;
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( lTile titter Music ,
that 4 tion is .a f
Imparts peculiar lightness,. sweetness. ajid4 The weather conditions of ;ester.'! House has accomplish: d 'Bonders in A meeting of the Carnival Committee ;,; .: cotUpea proper digestion of the food and sends- < the* food* ", .

flavor noticed in the finest cake shortcake J day showed, a general increase; of tem-. the- posesbn anal enjoyment of pianos was helu last night with a,' full nutriment through the Wood;to all parts of the body. ", -
peratur: \ all over the coumr)', Pensatcla .. in the TKHKSS that..,ji'fw ears ago tendance present. "The thus' built up and every organ Is restored ,
biscuit, rolls, crusts, etc., which marking. up :39 against:23:) the dayprevious would have been appalled at tho The?finance committee reported' to health and strength and put'. In. perfect condition.
at-II -c
undertaking-mch an Invest -
expert pastry cooks declare is 1 The official report, of yesterday':, thought ment. Our 01 policy.ha? helped\ in two the tity council had appropriated $ Disease is driven out'10' 8ta,. out-the.cause U removed

unobtainable by the v shows up Huron with5 zero; the mini-,' ways-it has Secured and places Inyour to the street lighting fund of the.. ._ :.
use nium, and Los Angeles with the niaxi !home worthy piabos at unusually sedation; alto that a number of subscribers -
-. of any other leavr '*- <,??" .: mum. at S-t. Culvestonl': lowpriccsv! ; and-'iriausnrat'd th? "'pay to last years carnival had de. ----:- '
,'. Jicfesonville. Charleston, .*- Plantersville, Miss. t
; when youCte.rKranieh & Bach. Lester. dined to their this
ening agent. ($jY" :Nfcw Iftna1' Orleans Or.ejijn,-. San are homing Francisco' an and average Port-|I'''' Menlin, Clutter ,l1dewton are >ear. renew'' subscription .-- hive prescribed Kodol quite often in ray practice,.' 11'

vV .-l''" "' of from 38 to( 41 dcsrecs wnile many,.'pianos.! tfi'U enviable. record: for high Tne building committee reported &nd have found it & very efficient remedy for &II 1 '

A pure grape cream of tartar "* of the higher and more northerly; quality. and worth.CLUTTER MUSIC HOUSE. the floats well under way, and that stomach ailments.- It has always given the best of ;;i

powder.? :; points, registered very low; l..anMrl _Pentacola. Fla. tte parade when completed. will results J. T. MAY_ MO.. )
: with I 6 degrees Bismark 8, and St. !
any previous put
.. No alum. pa'geant on
'? .. : Paul 10.With bY the Association KODOL DIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT t
: the exception of these few, The committee on invitations reported i

K' /' Pll other stations. report the temperatures For' Expert, Watch Repairing and the receipt of the 2,000 engraved Dollar bottlft,hull* 2H' Makes (the Prepared at t e Lab
rising.Observer invitation cards.
Upon it
motion I times much the
as M StomachSweet ,orstoryfLC.D.Wit4trial
ROYAL BAKING POWDER co., NEW YORK.: ?. in his summar)' of' .Engraving.. to was Decided: to issue to the holder of or M eeat size A.OO.CIu..U. .
jebterday says: each share of stock four tickets to the j
"The South Atlantic disturbance I J. F. DAVIS -the Jeweler coronation ball at the opera bouse
-= -, which was causing rain in Florida and five.Invitations. These invitations ,

.v .:!J.h ::i; !:!:&..,,,, >> I Thursday! has moved slowly northwardt 213 South Palafox:Strest. and.rbali tickets acre in the hands of
F' ''''' DefUNIAK : -- this morning; jt -has 'caused-au ext- The Latest Designs in Watches: and may be secured by stock- '
r "The 1906 Kodol Alm&nac and 200 Year Calendar will be sent free
Amusements .11 Irnsion! of the rain area northward in- t holders at the- Chamber of Commerce on :
to Virginia! and I in. copsequence:: of 1 arid 1 ewch'r. also .
\ Stockholders can secure extra ad.mlsf.ion receipt of 2 cents in postage by addressing E. C. D Wltt & Co, Chicago ',,
'freezing t temperature and high_ pressuc!. to the ,
'" tickets ball to be sent
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Special to The Journal. ........ .... ;; .haL *l """ "* :f farther inlaaa' : !,turjjed"_,rain complimentary 'to their out 'of town tii :-. I
DeFuniak Springs, Jan. 27.-There ', i snow over the central and northern customers and friends, after the first I :
vas quite a number of people in town Last N Igbt' -Attraction. i'Georgia' and northwestern South Carolina -.MEWS: IMfifES OFMILTON distribution to all shareholders is, /Ne. 50.3., :
resterday to hear the contest case< Aftera whole ,..week ot drama I ; ; high' northerly: winds havA i occurred : : made.. I I '
where" the Uniud Stales'government comedy and tragedy; Qoodlhg's; 'Orphan during the past 12 hours tronr" : BOth' A ballot was taken on the election- !I C.W. LAMAR. President. JOHN PFEIFFER. Assistant Cashier. i ,
contested the. right of 31c. Jainey tot Boys'; Band from th6 Georgia Industrial I'Charleston Norfolk.. Heavy rain or .a king,. and Priscus was agaii i j M. E. CLARK Vict-PretMcnt and CasMer.. J, W. ANDREWS..Astistmt Caihier. I
nato a final Proof on ? homestoad,1 Home, of Macon Ga., filled au has fallen in the Carolines and partsof : .. elected (to preside over the revels of,, ,
('rj?d to* show that Sleet falling .at T .; .' "
rhc government engagement in Pensacola last' nighl.: Georgia. was p.- i' : Mardi Gnu 1906. i
Giiney bad not reside.1 upon and cul-I The performance of the band was-= !s' nil Thursday in Atlanta. Ugh local NEGRO CHARGED. WITH BURGLARY Henry M.' Yonge was elected" to fili i i THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK f
T11'&ted the lan-i as required hy law.' financial failure-for Pensac lians it I rains have fallen on the IFacific coast a vacancy: on. the-committee. ; ,

mil the fact that at the expiration oft! was a treat. from central California northward; .CIPTURED.PERSON.: The advertising committee reported, OFPENLICOLIFL4. ."if '
fourteen\ months hid tendered cash I The attendance was smalf.-'due elsewhere, the weather' has remained A'ND'GE'NERAL that contracts had been closed with
payment at tic rate of Jl-25 per acre to ,the fact that this engagement presumably tair and' 'under' the Tnftuenceof high AL ITEMS ,,50,out-of town newspapers for advertising DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES j'
agent of the government piessure .and temperature changes in the Carnival which will start
made the special immealately followed OF INTEREST. CAPITAL
so manystrong I SrOCK-$200OOO. SURPLUS, $60,000. ii'
have been'unimportant.. a ;
suspicious and upon investigation attraction The program, howe general 1 simultaneously in the full list of papers
: found facts which justified the \er, was one which will not he:loon "Conditions-- are favorable for a con on Sunday\ the 28th instant; t tTbe" DIRECTORS. lh
I tinuance "of fair weather over this 'colors for-decoration this :year '
contest.Amon the prominent traveling men' forgotten The by thoss: !! who l heard iL vicinity to-night) and .Saturday! with Special to The Journal Ter hanged, to conform to the standard Henry L. Covington, Frank Rellly, F. E. Brenner
!!; band is formed oMwentjrJittl i,
."" J. M. Pfelffer W.8. Rosuco.T. C. W. Lamar,
lghtvariable wi dS Milton Jan. 'colors in in all other cities
James Donahue anJ 2&Sunday: morning I -vogue i
were _
In town fellows ranging in years from 8 years : / Bryan Dunwody4 F. McGourin J. R.Saunders. :
John Parker, of Mobile, Ala. ; of age to sixteen, most. of whom .three before1 dawn a negro named George v'hieb'celebrate the Mardi Gras festival A. M. Avery 'W.H.Milton, 0. E. Maura
C'i1 rle6 Murry is building a large I[years ago did not even know tho deft BIBLE CONFERENCE-AT CRESCENT CITY. FLA. Bolten is' allcged-* ha pavillion to be used for various pur-j!tuition of the word "musIc" These !borne .Swlnney Lewis (coIl) a.n.a'i Alex 'cGowln, C. M. Covington M. E. Clark.,
pases: during the coming session of I I r[liitle fellows without advantages- was'hot at by Lewis but unfortunately Cough Remedy the! ;
I The Third Annual Session of the he did not hit the Intruder BoltOn'ttte'ilitl's :
the Florida Chatauqua which opens '[without education wealth opthe tender Forothneld Bibt- 'Confennlce-- will be I ,Best Made. 1 Accounts of BankSr Individuals, Corporations Firms Solicited. I'
Monday with promise of a splendid i pride of to them charged, tried to enter opinion Chamberlain's
parents urge on. "In
nxi :
: held at Crescent City, Fla. February, my j Four I Interest Paid Time
the homes of. -two. white citizens on per cent en Deposits.,
*?ason. It will \last nine week: I have buckled down to the.t' 'dy ,of 13 to March 1); '190&--* street but w rein Remed'j j i&:thQ'ji>e made for- Canal
Already many pope! from the north :; music and are all no doubt' destinedto The following isa partial! list of: negroes says Mrs Cora. Walker of Portervilte, '
and West ar? guests! at the Hotel I' be great musicians <. srca1-er, engaged for this sesson! ; pursuit. were jp ned' by three white CalifornIa* There "U 1 no doubt about I -- ______

'atauqua. the Brown House'; and Just to look 'at the twenty, 'boys, 'one James M. Gray of Chicago. Ills.Elmor'e : men.some, distance They tracked through, the the negro suburbs for of its being .thebest.. .No.oth9r ,,,.UJ 'cur ;j :,
] Harris, D, D, or Toronto, tGwn but ailed to,,; find him. They a* .! so 2" rei
;> :ao t attractive in its new furnish- have heped! to make musical history I II Can. ..- a preventive of pneumonia. No other' 1t,
ice and other $improvements.' had they town' the care-to:, { pareats' ; Kew YorkandL I I however. found, parities, who had seen! is so pleasant and safe to take Thes
.A. C. Ga bele>in.of and claimed to" recognized khim. MOST
Th"i .{orit of progress is-general.Man I land had every advantage. S. Chafer, Korthfield., la8s. i I Sheriff Mitchell was notified and the I are good reasons whY. t. should be pre: MAKE
> new hou-es have been erected Under the able direction of ..IProfea-almost 1 George; C.: Stebbins, Gosper 'Singer: negro was'' oon feaptured' ahtf! lodged: ferred to any ,Qtherl Tas fact Is that
about thf Circle and in- arious partsf ; sor Gooding these boys tackle. will have full charge of the music and,I ir. jajl..j' <,' few people-are satisfied; with any other .
f the town. any: kind or and they I both Mr: ; and Mrs. Stebbins and ""Mr.: "" An entertainment. was'given at K.' after having""onceTTlsed, this remedy. I
Th' tin Samrda 's excursion Feb. i execute th< selections well. It, .is a :Mrs. Chaler .will sing.'MucE"wiff : i iI Fot'Bajft. by' all druggists., '
> .and o! P; hall Monday'night for the benefit :
:3 1'11be/ largely! patronized: front'all i ialong' I rare treat to hear. this band, and everyone I I' l he" "made" of thri service. 'of cemetery and quite'' a neat .. ..
'be r. & A.. as jiie; Chatauqua:I I should hear it. of praise, and the new Northfleld! : sum was realized.Mr. RATS DIE.
ha a suprb list of attractions. Car-I The proccea1 of the performances: Ti j-mnal will"be"us *:i.throughout. I D.' M. McDavid of Chumuckla .
rlcog orchestra from Chicago will be I go to the Georia IndustriaL Home one All the meetings will be *eld ia the I' vas a busjness visitor .to Milton this When.'They Eat Steant' Electric Rat I
hen again as well as talented solo- .o* the noblest- institutions in the coun-'.- hew and el gant.pd t.qrJ.nnL week: XJ ** 11I \(:'" ". and Roach Paste.
It is well l for to remember that
t tt-" for It!ill the uiest ;; :you
li'e. raad'rs entertainers" and steeop- This.confeTence.StaUs, no pecu I Mr! William Ashby l left Tuesday for .thinrg in the worldto
ncan vn..s and lecturers.The !I The next attraction' ,fs Adelaide liar doctrines or interpretations 'ofSerpture his home in Texas' His wife who is in Kill 'off rats and 'mice-just use I your earnings are deposited in the

enterprising Breezy man has i|Thurston in th; "Triumph evening) of Betty"Wednesday but seeks to. teach the I feeble health 'will .''remain here for'ahile' Stearns,, Electric-. 'Rat and Roach Bank, whether .you put them there or
mi I Installed on> of the: latest Improved -!!ext Bible as the-Word of God'tlie-D elty.of with"relatives and it is hopf'drthd Paster- --- '
Job presses. I Christ in His Person ancl Work., and the Florida clirnatc'may. fully re- The Paste contains a peculiar chemical I not.. .
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. Absolutely to contend for the Faith! once and for r fetore her. that when swallowed creates a ; If spend all make, then .
----- | Harmless. I' all delivered to the saints.,, t Messrs. W. J. Williams. Sr.. and W A. burning sensation, and the rats and ;;you you
The fault of- giving children medicine : 'I i McLeod maate. a business trip to .Mc- nice 'Which'eat it' rush out of the I I someone else deposits your money.
containing injurious ,substances. Cured His Mother of' Rheumati m.i 'I Davi than tae ":\Iy mother has been a sufferer for Miss Kate Nicholson of POwelton is return. 'I
olsastrous : 1 i
i sometimes more
1 dis is ase from which they are suffering.1! many :years from rheumatism," says I visiting her ,father Mr. Angus Nichol Steams' Ele trie Rat and Roach I i your own banking? 1.'
The BIeifl Every mother should know that Cham-; W. II. Howard of Husband, Pennsyl-I lion I, Paste is sold everywhere or lent express Four per cent interest paid on savings 11
; she was unable to I on' receipt of price.I
Cough Remely is perfectly jvanla. "At limes Mrs. Brasheears, accompanied by I ;
berlain's children to tak. It contains 1 move at all. while at all times walk-I her daughter. Miss Laura' went toi Stearns Electric Paste- Co.,. Chicago.. deposits, compounded semi-annually, '
sats for and for coughs,colds 'i'ns was p 1nful. '1 presentel her with i i Pensacola Wednesday to consult anocculisU Ill. : Swan: size, 25 tents: hotel size,
andThe nothing harmful is-\\1nsqrpa! ed. Fnr sale by j a bottle of Chamberlain's 'Pain Bam! < I eight times, be quantify, $1.00. I
and crQup ,
: and after a few applications she .de Mr. Stewart, of Rose Hill. Ala.. was
all druggists._ cided it Tvas the most wonderful pain ; the 'guest of his cousin, Mrs. W. T. OF VIXEN
t rsliever' -she" had ever tried,.In fact,1 Ellis on Thursday.! i CREW:
Fresh Eggs ro-day I she is never without it now and 'Is .tall I Monday fine boy amied at the .FIR'SHATIOAL.BANK
Flavor 1 times abb to walk. An occasional i home of Mr. and Mrs. David Diden. TO GIVE DANCEWILL
I Fresh FlorW Eggs W l30 percase application:c-f Pain,.Balm keeps away and received such: a warm welcome I
; fresh Tennessee:: at $6.90 p*? the pain; that sho was (formerly troubled -'that the little fellow. will remain for I PENSACOLA. FLA.
are what good"tea : cue. ;i wjjlh.For sale b-.al1 ruggi t3- an indefinite period. I I '
0 r coffe and makes it is just as' i Another shipment of those famous I A baby girl came Monday to take![ ENJOY;, THEMSEITVES: AND t WM. H. KNOWLES, PresfdsnL W. K. HYER.JR.. Viet-Pns. Cashier.
Rock Cockerels ., ----- I her abode with )(r. ana'Mrs, P. L.
cheap and a great' 'da'l FishelsVhite. Plymouth. up Diamond and bring gladness to their I I ENTERTAIN FRIENDS' NEXT I THOS. W. BRENT;-Assistant Cashier. WI N. ROBERTS. Assistant CashIer.

mor, srtisfactory to have 1 for breed ED.r& .M..1| POOLEY' ,: hearts and sunshine into their, home. NIGHT !I
the --
proper blend and the 'I' Wholesale Commission Dsaler.Phone. A cold wave struck Milton Wednes- .
right kind of flavor as to St. diya regular germ killer;, and stego- t' '
:W }B. Jackson t'J. '
have .omething else. We I 1121 'II myia exterminator-and the wood:I I QRKI.V. FBCellXXT. .T. a.!: WJtLLES: Vict-P&iiit>ljrr.Citizens .
sellChase I 21jan2t. .... -. haulers are doing a rushing business -;:; Th. members" of the crew of the U. M.fcCf K9EI.L.Cj.. tu. .IAli8lIKLD. MOKZNO.: am.Cusiss
We are the Pioneer' .
S. S. Vixen who have pent the past: National Bank
Ii I I eight ecu months under the sweltering ,
& Sanborn'sSeal i 'WHEN YOU ARE S1C.I Coffee Roasters of A Card. I 'topical sun at GOantanamo, Cuba, : of P "..cola, Flcrldk.G S
..Ul give a 'select dinner and dance at 'Direotor..
: Florida.McHOGH'S :
West Thfs that all
I An EaBllah Literary FTMerlpUon te is to certify druggists'I the $h'd fellows: Temple in Warring-: C o.W WrlKht.: : .M rrt."* r. T. &WeUuI
Brand refund .. .
!1 BeTak** Darla' jtjaovery. are authorized to your moneyif !i ton on the evening ofthe: twenty.ninth,, BUM. BoWniODi f Silica Or.*'
For readlnj)idurlng.fonvalescence the : Foley's Honey and Tar falls to cure The ball'} room will$ be beautifully A JEHSRAL, B\NKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED. I
BLEND I your- cough or cold. It stops the 1" with the national '-
( lit- decorated
Java prescribes
and British M ,lleal JournQ ,
Mocha ,
heals Jthe lungs and
i jerature teat cheers but 'cloes not 'Inebriate -I cough results from a .oU. pre'ents.nrlous CUr8).a i emblem be and furnished naval .designs br Prof.and Ehlers'naval the I... ....... ... .t.. ...e.' ........ ......... .... ; :
,..and jrarnsJpersoni-recoverinff: : and I music ,to e J S. REESE rasldnt. E. W. MBNBFEE. Cashier. 2
grippe cough prevents pneumonia i and ,under the .'
orchestra man- '
Coffee, and -- '"from illness against writers "whose : have no equal. A trialwiflconvincethec \ |! and consumption. !Contains:: no opiates -, agement,,, of Messrs, Nolan Roberts \ t fL M: GARY Vice-Presldent o' i

I Btyle. like tbaVofGeorge.Meredith putsa n- 1 .' The genuine! Is in a yHow and Shourds a most enjoyable evening .* THE POPLL'S.BANK OF PENSACOLA. i: ,i
constant strain on the understanding park ;e. Refuse substitutes. .W. A. '
Rio Coffee.You ': of the reaierv or; 'lIk t:' that_of, Maurice noisseur that. we.' ;j D'-\l mber.. druggist and apothecary... ltayrbe.. expect'1. ; Director* L.'j.'R-cve J. *. Reese; W. DeC. Kessler. R. M. Cary, -
artificial gilt- j V W. A. D'AlemberteT-A. Jennings, J. J. Hooton.
know what thes :1! Hewlett, like irritates that of bits.Marie Corelli. annoys i makenoextravagantclaims. f fI Disinherit H ATT OFF: v I, t TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING BUSINESS. {; 4 a
ter or
goods not are. and 'if you Jo 1. by its frqthj. Impertinence! Dick-':I i ii i They tell a story in Paris. of Pierre t-4 American' .Ii i>V....s..4.....YOUR Ift.e .SOLICITED I.I... 6 I
you should try" then :; ens should go .well' 4 rfOg concalef'cenee. -,I I.i I Ii Wolff, the dramatist. naphew of Albert Fcts About the Indian' ,
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at once. Our exce t "Flckvlck-l least in : -1 I I1 Wolff, the critic and sworn enemy of Healthy Hair '
1 becAuse et the many. !i Wholesale and Retail ,the manager Actolne.. When Pierre Inifan
urgical cases. accustomed
Chase 6 Sanborn's I Bide splittlnfepUodes which would : \,took.bis fim; piece to Antoine it Vas aeefpted from The time American immemOrial togo barehead.I R. M.Cmrjft Pre*. CAR. y o JItO-J-::,". 1
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play havoc with the union of parts. iG ROGERS: : ] on condition that,he should put j eQ in all kinds .of weather is never 'Wb IMl. and BeUtl Dealer 19 -

Teas ..' ?'1er. the sam 'reason.. }If?' ,order that t .- t I into it ."as much as,possible of very- troubletJ! with falling ;hair or baldness< : Domestic Anthracite
healing granulations>may not be interfered ,' 'Y I tbin$ that is ab ml bleto-l' Ur uncle The close atmosphere ,caused by'oui I Steam C 0 A L I
, are of. an equally rightzra4e. >with '-Mrl tTwiUn> *w< w" are and, all kinds. of Feed: the, fptlc." He, ,difl. thi .with, such "civlliied heaf'gear:: U conducive} tc'1 and Blacksmith: .. .
Use them once Vreei ris' of )nlteeimaj i I 43 South Palafox street Telephone 83.
iterdIetd.I goodwill tbatbesend&l1zed-his uncle, the germ I Offics-No. -if
absolutely .I
r 1d you Will always drink". ; -Smiles' 'Self ')1elJ" II 'Q itfl : ? ?cu' Stuffs.Pluto the: public! the stage firemen,the dress. i which 'dig Into th scalp and thrive! Yard corner Tarrajbna 'and Gonzalez streetLPboae'a 6 and 372 ,
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thereafter.- leimed Jourpal, "but we .1 and.M. Antoine himself ion th..ap-Ef'the} hair-root. ri- ,
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[should be cautious, 1 lo'recomm ; who went about at rehearsal' re-- teceatrdiscovery and. explains thE 1+ -- ---. --- -
In order that the patient may not thereby WaterWholesale bing' bis hands and saying. "One'can-': non-succfsi-lbf.: al! halr-vUsorij; which w

I be led to meditate ore' a J"8' lit. ja too far, ,and no one' shall keep Heated baldness as afuntional disor,

I. career and itt! here. supgefted :, raft"from putting In the advertisements I., Sol all the opportunities tfl life be might 'MJ1 by Pierre Wolff nephew of Albert Newbro'irHerpicldq' t U a direct exter Y' Brunswicke-Balke
Cahn & CO. I baTe cra pd.! ,but:dId not. A dt'Spond. and Retail Wolff.'" When dramatist called' iminator-oi: the-'germ. "It destroys thE .
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ency might thus be Muced which en his uncle,Albert honted. "Miserable! 1 cause -permlts-the. _hair to grow" at.tnatuiyi hiP II II [ Everything Up-to-Date. '

The Pur Food Store, would delar 7t.ation to JJ New Orleans Grocery (jo. It I fcad ,a fortune. Td disinherit Ton. !"''' intended.' A. iXuembertejrug ,
and which might even proTe "Disinherit me all the same," suggested For. saje by W. : ; .. I 'U 14 Case Government Street.;
12t South
s'utli Mt Corner Pilaf and Intendencia. repfnlty' I-alr, bleb : "It will advertls ( -,lstand .apothecary. .. .
01 Thackeray" title nephew. : me.
\'e>rnn' Jas. McHugh Palafox's reei, or, sea* lOc In stamps J A. BILLINGSLEY Prop.,
'book nl!(! ge have ,
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Is 'a' pesStWISttC: : .Lyndon1" 'Very well then .nothing' to j.for sanrpte ta.The. Iferpiclde. Co.. De '. ,

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Ing. You'll have to day in.

Jimmy-Yes'ra.Willie, Brown sail
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Taking his mother for a turn along Giving hit mother a turn on" the sea .:. : .. Ethel (after :>' ,..whipping- think lick tl bin till he tooXit b.' f ,the set front 100years ago. front. -present. ..__ I : ." ... papa is dreadful Was he the only man Teac.'tcr-l'needn't: clay in
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'How did you -"Theyhad one ot;the strangest; mar-, "_"What was the most trying moment Boy.

get this injury?" rtages recorded for a long. .. tlm .", .- of your lifer. asked the inquisitive. "First of all,"
asked the doctoras "In "
what respect?
said the '
il1 hewas dressIng "In'' every 'respect. "Why, both' 'par '-"I think it was the first time I came the merchantto youthful I I
a scalp'voundon ents'dn both sides were present; "thefe1 tiome ht aafter. '
; 2 my marriage.and applicant, "we will I I : V I
a man's head. was nothing. sudden or secret.about it.' tried to,convince my wife that urgent have to test'your h TI I
dinner"She plate'over broke a and their own" 'clergyman performedthe business detained'me' at the office,"-replied ability as a whis- ;
ceremony. the party of the other part tler. Suppose 1 1r
my head was the 1I
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"Your wife?" ,THE ST.. VALENTINE CUSTOM. ""Isorry, sir" 1I I
"Of course. You said the boy "butI fI

don't think I'd let can't" whistle at H I
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around this firi merchant promptly. : I
I, f r a / way. do you?" \ "You're the 1
boy we're looking
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Where the Trou- .
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hard. Sunday School -

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said .the" woman ; slew the giant'Go-

whq Is. always __ liath? : I
synlpathizingwithpeople. WillieWhy-

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the trouble Sunday School ..etao
with him?" Teacher Come, .
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the scientiffickle easy question.
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difference be- The Light One.

Mother: "You must make up your mind to marry.-young Mr. Hickson, Mary. tween a pessimistand r "I'm tall in the 4

His father is a widower, and when he dies he will leavp' his son everything"I an optimist. dark about how
Pupil-A pessi-
these bills, to
I Mary; "But old Mr. Hickson may marry again mother and then mist is one 'who isln be paid" said Mr. ;

r Mother: "You're quite right. I never thought of that. You must'marry.old hopes that all the Hardup to his Harold: "Ah-h, Miss Jolly, speaking of conundrums do you know ah-K

Mr. Hickson yourself. There's no other"way.: _' ". troubles will cometo I ; wife. the difference between a fiancee and a financier?"
'.' C, ", others, and .an "Well. .'Henry." Miss Jolly "Is. there anj r' There shouldn't be, Harold."
optimist is I, I
PA'S PREFERENCE. CAR P said sheaishe
A. BOX:' who believes that I
pulled out and
all the good thingswill one' HER ECONOMY.h ALL THE BETTER FOR HER.
laid it on the pile
come to him .
"you will be If youdon't
pay that'one,

I f for It's the gas .. f" !: VV
Deferred Agony. bill
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from any frozen The Dead Romance iC urr'9 ,

w water pipes this ,i ;. Cure. .1
winter? ;
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"Not yet. but hl:
V rissa, I hope youwon't
we expect to when : nr ,
allow t
the plumber sends your- r I p / ( r ri'
self to be
in his btlL" deeply
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Ia; l liMR Not Much Skill. _*l Miss' Sweliington. : "It is not the cu'stom to kiss beneith the ,mistletoe on engagement.:
"What. do 'Oh. I
you Valentine's tfay a.jH is day it'"
think of Dawbitt's on Christmas is won't be unhappy

00 "i I painting?" Mr. Clever; "No. On Valentine's day. it is the custom to kiss beneath the Clarence. I'm In 0
"!rm! Well I no..." such a social rush I.

"" it ': i think it looks as And then ,he made good. I won't have time.' A'r
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.I done wither- Mixed. She-John, dear Tve decided, to make
erode oil," ITS: f
/ ..+ t Officer of GasCompany my old dresses do roe this winter.
' am I to taker "They, say" he said,. rthat talk Is Don't He-You darling!

1 1t Another askedSoftleigh! of the amateur theatrical cbea .? .- you.know that we She-So I've bought tour*new gowns II 1 ir' dii '
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manager.v "I've heatd some sucii statement: can't afford to and a hat for next winter. ..pFweddleI lxl.ll 1 r
Jones-Well, "The part pfthe heroine's rich un- made." give
Hardtack Harry I had lovely how ; -- "" you good gas
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new "But I venture to theI'pt'ak at Kick;:i r the
'lfY..aQd any sqch priceas ALSO MATINEIOHS. told Ritzie
what preferredcreditor home but I lost It, .- cook .
are "What
Johnny-Say pa. getting on? hY.dor "M
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Ouieo-Thafs.sad. How did it hap Mrs. Jones She Softlelgh. : very earnest "Jhat \ Every dog hall 1 hinlittle!I' day;; govner< was awfly mad b''eawe
man who trade it never ijjad had.occa- C on'sumer1 Hut Chats all right .: /_.
the kind that never pen? Is : no brain
are getting on her "Oh? was:, the heartless
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reply 'he lion: to consult a lawyer professionally. ' are you giv- 'Tis nut for 4 hfe horwe to him What did she say desk bs'.tFweddieShe
say Algie-
least Harttjuck
boy. At ) Harry-An engine backed things dies ten .
send in their bills my preparato- years before the arl7!
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$65000 FOR: A HOME. A 'f : _
The Safestln-vestment on East Intendencia street 3 rooms.1BUILD1NG: LOT .. 1IOOTO.NV& WATSON

Lot 40 by 170 This is cheap, V .. ... V 3
I V Successors: to Thoi. C. Watson 6 Co.

That Can Be Made I. Only 18 Lots left f ;, ;t j {t $1125:00: V I I Leading Real, Estate,, Rental and 1 Insuranei Agency' '

J60.09 en terms, on terms $VOO : Located on North-jHHI' J. south front ,

i cash an4 30 cents per ,week. Have i overlooking tb! bar .and, adjoins one I Ij

Is to put your in 4 ''I almost sold out. These lots will! dou-j of the handsomest ,homes on the hill. A Few Attractive, Offerings in Real Estate.
money rut
EVE"ry" millions estate j In a growing city. i bh in value before paid for Have'$30 Size'of lot 70x150. Act-quick\ k if you
recall by stock inv.stors of dollars are lost absolutely beyond lots in the same neighborhood. oa: the want a barg in. V $$15.000.00 large brick building on a good business corner.V
; same terms. V -- $$7,500.00-A large.lot. lying'west of and 'near Palafox SU about 250ft.

!, -' -'II ... .: : .. front by 192 ft. daep. A bargain.

A Real Estate; Investment L. .S. BROWN &' CO. $7,2SO.00-Large 2-story brick building, apposite site of New City,Halt
is '
: I This must b$ sold :at once,.or'will be withdrawn from,market*

t1f" I\. LESLIE E. BROOKS 201.'yz Thiesen Building. I $5,250.00 Largs :.stOI')' dwelling with 10 rooms,.. servants ,Quarter

Gut "AFTERWARDS"I ,modern- bn\' n1ences.. .Stone'sidewalk.' Lot 80 by ISO'ft.West V
Never Wiped ; : "WE SELL LOTS"D. I I Hill. V
2041 2 S. Palafox St.. Fisher Building. .
t. S. or at tlm3 of final settlement it will I' $2tOQ.0D-A'. verj' nice cottage on Nonb-Hayne St. wIth. lot 80 by

Pensacola is rapidly!' growias and her real estate Is show- 1 I show, whether )-OiI' are tquarely dealt i V 1:5' f L ; -L. -, : V I Ii

ins investments a handsome in'' Improved profit We:nQ are offering some very fine' I! for> Sl!! i HALE WILSON 6 CO. with or not. There are no delays in i!i I 52,00000 V :t.foOrY. V V dwelling North, .V 'Davis. V street. :. ..,{J Very: :desirable.

unimproved a'l!
ever the city will be property $$2,00000 lots on ,East Hill car line; souihernVCXPOSUr. overlooking
slid to FOR
have you call or write. S.\LE-IO: lots on East H:11. 4 Paying Fire losseswritten '
: bloc!is from streH car' line. For' REAL ESTATE, bay. One of the prettiest Building sites.:on' East T11LI .
$1OoOOO-Comfortable cottage on Brent Road near Cotton impress.
I,l terms 23janlwIFORSALE.jmproyed address Box 68. Chiplej., Fla. RENTS AND LOANS I' by companis' we represent,.I I $1,100.00-Five room dwelling with i large lot on Corner; East Chase

: -' 4-- _. _'_ I I It's; a good t'me! of the year to look: 'street. V 4' ; VV
I i and unimprSvei after jour insurance. Give us the business 31,0O0.00-Fiv very desirable building. lots J making frontage ot,200,

Pensacola] Investment: [! Co. I I : property in all parts of the c'ty! ,,: We have Ihe following very desrr'l and it will be done to .suit -ou. ft. near Stoddart's Place. V V '

J. A. WiUon H Co, Real Estate.gentsRoom' I able pieces of propprty on our L AXS. IN ANY AMOUNTS MADE- ON REAL BSTXTB SBCURITY. -

7. Salisbury bjildmg Phone''! Sale" list: McDavid-Hyer{ Company ON SHORT .
t.H.D'ALCMBERJE. City Manager. 172. '. 23jau I FOR SALE. ,' ROWER.. NOTICE, AND AT LITTLE' COST TO V : )BOR .

H. H. KMNMIS mildent R. B. siMrSOX Secretary.j. I FOR SALE OR RENT New twoStory .,i! V ', block, vdth nice lot of fruit trees, Agent? New York F WE RESPECTFULLY SOLICIT A SHARE OF YOUR 'PAT.

.1.: SnlJJC N. Y-Prei. and Gen. Mtnij.r. KNOWLES HYER. Tmsurer. I I 9-room dwelling :together with and under fence New City. ...$1,500 Life Insurance Company. RONAGE. AND\ IF YOUR RENT RETURNS ARE UNSATISFACTORY "
Heal 15 lots cor. 9th ave. and 12th *>t., East; 14 block best part of East Hill: 8 E. Government Street. I PLACE YOUR BUSINESS IN OUR HANDS AND INSURE
Estate Loans ;
I General Investments. Hill Half block !I v *
from car Jine. Most very cheat V Phone 7CO. Pensacola, Fla. SATISFACTION. FIRE INSURANCE PLACED IN FIFTEEN OF

215 South Palafox Street Pensacola' Florida. For desirablo'residence l location in cUr : Best building' location' overlooking THE VERY OLDEST FIRE ,COMPANIES .'_ IF YOU..WANT TO i
particulars call address *
at or Tcxir 200x137) ft.$1,500 ,
write to Box 427 V :2Ijanlw V ; W. Jackson oardandRooms.ONJE .
Good: 5 ruom .house. WE
FOR SALE.-Thoroughbred Scatcn street. .. ... ..''*v. ....... ",$850 i .
=------ == -- collie imported stock also oneladj's l: block i in New City near StodJart LARGE ROOM-Double fuinished V i

WANTED HELP WANTED l saddle. 1102 E. Gadsdcn stree' place. .. .. .. p. ._ ,$1500 : with board. Hot and cold HOOTON & WATSON
or phone :85. 20jan2w: Number of good; renting' houses.that water bath. Call at 413; W. Gregory or ,
fill net 10 per cent. I pnone i>65. 27janlw* PHONE: 54. SOUTH PALAFOX STREET.
;5,1'10', W\NTED as bookkeeper WANTED. ,-.\ saleslady. Call at No FOR SALE.-Second hand Babcock, 120 feet bv SO feet?.corner, Romana j I f

or (a)un!* eat'"x clerk about March _114 S. Tarragona Si. 26janlw* buggy rubber tires in first.class, and \c tii1f. Excellent location for FOR RENT.-One well furnished

I 40. :to years of ag'ddress 27janlw* WANTED---,-_-"- Colored------:rffor-"gen-ral [condition. For- information telephone. 1 w ar -house. Houfe" now renting re--I I room for :iV gentlemen or married -.

Booiyeop j '-'" 'can'iournaL hou e work Apply g 420 W. Rom No. 51. 'ularly' for1'$24:! .per. month. *.,.....$25001 V couple (no light housekeeping). Apply 1

UiNTED Position by registered. na- 26janlw FOR S.VLB.-Most beautiful residene-'I 18 E. Garden 26janlw* DIRECTORY

drug?]Iil of 17 rears' experience. Ad. block: in r ni'aCbla. o>erlookmgthe! .I i Will! lend l'a-t'reasQ" ble amount ofl Timber
ROOMS with
tre$. Druggist:' care Journal. \WA1\lED.-Colorf woman to do general : bay and Bajou T xtr. Magnificent,;<,money at rate of Inter- .:Tut light housekeeping privilege Suitable Pensacola Lodge No. S, K. of P. i

27janlw house work; -and cooking for lbj oak magpQlta Jand other shade: :i i est on any of the above. :I for two or couple. .,Apply 50&! meeto every Monday evening at 7:30

WA iEO-Pirt.(13; <-s millwright cir- small; Cairat 219 E. Wright. trees. Ideal location for home. hotelor F'I| V 20 S. Palafox St. ,1 V E. Gadsdea St. 25janlwA o'clock at their temporary Castle Hall

afiler and hammerer ia: 26jan3t. sanitarium.' .,.:1L.CJ.Binkley.V. } Pnone [234. e over I ou stable. W. Intendencia St.i .

caiar()!; position ,Reference fur- WANTED. Flrstliss I s--" -goodS FOR SALE JOO Ian I I. GENTLEMAN can find home-like F i Visiting brethren cordially: welcomed. For Sale t
pen Sh acres sood farm l
'i I board ja a private family. Address:'I J. A. KIRKPATRICK a.., C.
lIshed Addiess J. H D.. care_ ; collector and solicitor. Apply p. ''G. 2f! miles southeast. of Chiplej. in SALEV Pf 0. Box' 773. :24janlw;, II. HORSLER K of R.. & S
offn:. 6janw'wagon carc Jou-nal. '\ 26Janlw: WaslJin .on count>";,no waste laud; :30 FOR [ .
horse and I FOR Furnished I __ 'T,
\fi8TED.-GOOIt: acres ready for cultivation Good, RENT- rooms for ,
ad harness ,for farm purposes. AN WANTED_-Boy about sixten to liras rock quarrj.'\:'on' pr mises. For i I LOTS-125--LOTS I rent with ,or \without board. No' Rathbone Lodge No. L

f o good horse sal carnage must b learn glazing. Apply SaundersMil'' further particulars-address: Mrs, L. light housekeeping. V Apply 310 West!I 30, K. of P.. meets every We have them. Several splendid

t l'iP D J. 1.. :26janlwftOCTKD Co., 29 East Garden. lSjan Wiselosle Marianna, Fla VZjanlmMY *:I Best building! sites on East Hill. All I Gregory jan21.lmo. Thursday evening at 8:00 ,large and small turpentine loca.tions*
and Saw mill locations.
:=:will-rl'cciveoroers for I near car line at $75.00and up. 4 o'clock in their temporary
visIting Any Intelligent person may earn a MAGAZINE.'INVEST1NG FOR Two blocks in West King Tract I FURNISHED FRONT ROOM One Castle Hall over Pou stable Some excellent bargains In large V
:nvuauo.s, wedding: and a good income corresponding forrewspapcis PROFIT" (whkliiIj: :s:nd free. ) is i |1250 -VV half block from Palafox, southernexposure. W. Intendencia: street and small tracts of round and boxed: V
ird1M,:')> nrournins!': cards and !stalonerv % timber lands.
: ; no canvassing; experience :- worth $10 a copy to any man who intends .' Nice homes and good investment Apply. 3: E. Gregory St. Visiting knights are co
2t 6 E. V
Mrs! F. J. )Moreno J n211 w. V Large tracts of Mississippi Delta!
unnecessary. Send for particulars to invest an} monej; however;: property that will pay over 10 percent V dially ,,welcomed. V
Oregon S'_ Northern Press Sjndicate small; woo has money invested unprofitably -J All prices BOARDND ,LODGING-New furniture V J. D. KIRK C. C. and Hardwood lands.

WANTED CONTRACT LOGGING Lockport N. V. 5nov6mos.: or ,T\ho ,ca.n aa,-e' $5 or' large clean rooms Term rea C. J. LEVY K. of R.. &S. and Splendid fine] location Hat of for valuable property Stock V

TEAMS a, once. either b>' the dayor WANTED.-100 laborers, more per month,but who hasn't' learn. [ C. R. yAEGER onable. Apply Mrs. C. C. Brock, 103 Farm iu South East a Georgia Colony or V l
$150 ,
wages ed the art of Investing for profitIt
thousand Call at AjcocU I East lafndencia St. *
oia! ? of.Columbua.I .
Some of
per dare Apply} factory Goulding Knights : the choicest residence
deiuonstrat0 REAL
the faming I
trobn1ber; Co., \jcock Fla.WANTED Fertilizer I 202 Thietcn Building. Phone 332FOR V places i- V the beautiful little city of
.Co l4janMIsCcIIan&ous power of moncj'-the knoledge financiers WANTED few board'er6at: 212 W.I Meetings. of the i .
.4janl]w. _ _ Knights Columbus ,DeFuuiak ;Springs, F13... and in Milton, V
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Gregoy.New house good neighborhood -t '
anJ hankers! aide from ,the : A ..- ..... .-. -- ,
fV < and Oh car line 12anlm] arc held at _their bail Fla.Our
.-PosHion as stenographer masse V ;' "'''tJr ;
V 'I No. ,,8 West Intenden- : prices and terms are reuoa-
fly lady <)f expeiionc0 Good refeitnces "- it shows: how to invest small sums! ---I.-- 4_ I I[ ROOMS; TOcRENT., ; ,with or without cia itteeon' every ,able. V V
Address L. M, cara JournaLWANTED and how to make grow into for. V
board. 11 E. Garden. Cal
: SALE-Twb\or thre? wagons ISjanlm Mondax evening at on or write to us.
SHOEMAKER. tunts-the actual possibilities of inllgrst -
3janl I horses if taken 7:30' 1OCK. "A' invitation .
drays 'and cheap, I r ) :a
JOHN FLQ Boot and Sho?maker., t' ; investments FURNISHED room for rent; no light
.-R >al EM2t for sale orrent Fins custom work to order repair;I It reveals the enormous; profit within a faw dtysi Phone. 614 27 or apply -:I, _housekeeping.. Ill: W. Chase St. visiting Knights. .is_ extendedto .
1 403 N. Reus. Jan. I
Iea a or cxchanse Your business ing; material! workmanship( guar- bankers make and shows how one can I _at \stree ..NICELY FURNISHED ROOMS suitable JOHN 'JONES.: TURNER&AYMARDReal

reepectfnllv solicited J. A. \\ iltou ante d. PJcase! she me a calL 120\ i make the ama profits saf*ly., : FOR SALE-Second hand buggy I i ; for light housekeeping AH EDM. .FOX, Grand Knight 'c

Rtai! Estate: .\ eat. 22 2 'W Gov. E. Gjvernuient &trc t. P&ione1O6., I It explains HOW stupendous, -fortunes .I chpap .\pply'' :iA: Rogers. 908 E. modern conveniences. Apply 810 E. Recorder.. or V
nncenb'r ". Room 7, Salisbury 27ianlm I ;ie mad and WHY they are, Jackson, or phone' U3. 27janlw* I Gadsden SjanlmNICE'FURNISHED Estate and
ouiMicg Phone 11:. 23jaqKOD mad.:J- o /lOOO grows to $22000.I I I _
MISCELLANEOUS. I To roduce my magazine write me I WOOD WORKING MACHINERY; !I ROOMS for rent Pensacola Lodge No. 41. 0. 0. F. Abstract Company, .

.\KERS pet Kauffmans price; EXPERT DRESSMAKER' U I.Miller NOW. mention this pap?r and I'll s>en j one V 6" Moulder,. four heads, 150 I I I Newly furnished. clean and nice Pensacola Lodge No 4. I. O. 0 F.. .'"
for dneiopmg and finishing. Best lat of New Orleans. familiar -i it SIX MONTHS 'FREE. I knives and lulte'TOne wool I near postoffice Apply at 128% E. meets every Thursday evwlnr at 7:30 :. o, Boi I 115. DeFoniaV Springs FlofJia.

and (cheap t in city. Romana and with latest French modes Room! EDITOR GREGORY :I 150 knives and ,ptters.. One woodworker i Government street, Mrs. B. M. Trainer. at the new hall 'on. West Gardesstrett
PaJafox 20 janlm 4, Park hotel Ladies are Invitai to' 81_Jackson BUd Chicago. or jointer' with two 'I 7janlm. VisiMng brethren'Voraially I'.
'v call.' 7jan1w5NOTICE. : -- : knives! ntbitmg. too 1s, saws. ,.,etc.heads'l' invited.) E. GREENBLATT
FORSALK-Pecan trees all sIzes 1ctPccciYTHOS.
; ; place in board
W.\XTED-S'ond!: hand furnitureand 36" circle: rfaJ\.tte, .p PLEASANT on N. Hill, J. NEVILLE, Secretary V 1
from extra fing paper-sh l1 seed W. .
i 2nd door from car line '
household articles of all kinJs I .- bevel and straight* boards f with saw I on Strong -
for ca.h.ddr-<*s P. O. Box 253.1'janlm Persons who left 'clothing with the E. Acosta. 14jan i! compile. One :E4ger, Harbor and' street.: For' particulars address No 8, .

late W. J. Abel of the Gulf City I FOR ..8.LFul1 blood Barred Plymouth =::1,t, tfiree' saw 3 from, 1Q r. to 20" Belts.I It Journal : 6janlm REBEKAH' SISTERS." PEBLEY,

-- Steam and Dye works for repair, are I Reck WhitP Rock Fisher V counter shafts, main line shafting and Naomi Lo4ge No.:10, Rebekah Sisters LAW. REAL ESTATE. LOANS AND 1
W-L ED--Th-e:. :publictoknowthatold notified to call on Goo..Collins. at ,140 Streign and Drown Leghorn Fowels!t 1.1>ul1$3'S.Iachines., Comparatively ne-w.1 Old ew$1japets'' : five cents a bundle meets every Monday night at COLLECTIONS. I
ne .spap >rs can be bought at EQIot Government Street and get of 1.00 at this office. They are all clean PALAFOX AND ROMANA.
I Eggs per felting (15)) $ Fori i Selling on accoant'ef no further- work 8 o'clock in I. O, 0 F. Hall. Visit.
tais office for l five tents a bundle. They same Owners must pay' costs and i further information address Plymouth : for them. Apply Henry Monk general -I and nice.FURNISHED. ing sister* cordially.invited to be present PHONE 559.

are all clean and nie-e. riove property, .G. O< Brosnanarn., Rock Poultry Farm, J. ,J. Pope P.rPP..1IA. i contractor 16- \\"< Gregory, St. ,i ROOMS-Fine location MRS S. DeTHAYER. e

Jan 21-9t- I Pox v. Bristol Fla., "Janlm Pensacola. or Fort Barrancas. Fla. view of MISS MAMIE FREEMAN, Secretary
WANTED.-Electric work of ah kind. !I I V Splendid, baj. 414 South .

Ln us c<>an your feus repair your J. H. Logan. Upholsterer ana1 chair I FOR S\LE.-Barred Plymouth Rock'j i FOR SALE.-One nice grocery with Alcaniz. Dec.29. Dr.S. R. Mallory Kennedy

dvnamo, u" jour wiring etc. P.i. n3 Caner. Clocks :repaired..'' Give mCi Cockerels from prizewinners, $1.00! market attached. Must be sold by WANTED A few boarders M. E. B A. No.,'Sl, meets first and bAl mberte'
Office .
in private .over ,
570!! Psa..acula! El >ctri Co. 255 S. jcur old chairs;" to :cane All worn up. Large well marked good blood.I February 1. $650.00.For information third Wedn sd evening at 7.30 p. Drug Storm

PlYD--: ,- -- guaranteed. JJ06:! Tarragona street. Also some Rood pull tts. Mrs LIzzlq I' jPi11y A. Greenhut V; or addreCsVI V I.:i iI use famil of )bath; nicely and furnished telephone.rooms, Convenient with- m.. Rafford! Hall;:NV1D. Wet Intendencia Office Hours Phones-9.30,274 a.and m 6.

WATED.First.cla & registered .V 21janl6t B. Hugh S, Chip1ey.! Fla. Sldeclm ,'.I ? :, care Journal._, 'I to 'railroad shops and on car line street '
: :, ,
druUbt aud pharmacist wants position THE DAVIS MANUFACTURING CO. I FOR-S.\ .South half block :211.: I II Moyer, on the square I is still in',the I Apply 401 E; Gr gon3janlm J L. SWEENEY., Sec. Pres. "

15 West! : Florida permanent or wholesale and retail\" manufacturers I fronting 400 feet on 13th street by: ring. Price's and'quality. pever better.! T

teporary.ddress F. Z., care Jour. and d alers fn cotjon mattresses and 107J,4 Det on Ear iew Park; also I, I have at corner:';of: Government andtican1g i UNFURNISHED' -Large front room YATES M D
; to and i.U.
"i. 3jan. bed springs Second band furniture: outh. half of ,block 212. fronting 400 I f }: a first-clae. up-to-date meat''f fronting central location.west. Good :" 'wow., : ,,

SECOND_HAND bought and !'>old Upholstering and r-;i feet on 14..1 Stv by 137& fet on Bay' market,, where I h f dle tha; : :choicest, light Pajafox and St., phone 65. Apply 13 Live Oak Camp No. 1. W.. O.: W. V .
N. or
pairing a specialty. 1J4 E. Belmont .I View Park The only] property adjoin: western and najiv,, beef. .pork,. nutI meets in Pythian Hall let'and 3rd OPTICIAN J V

c=}lv. Also price Mil paid; s; conl for: gent'sclothing hand St,'city. C. T. D '1s. Mgr.17janlm ing Bay View Park that is now Inpa'e. ', ton. {.sauia. e. bog|'head V cheese etc.,: BAY:HOTEL.-Open night and day. Wednesdays\ :each month' VielUo.; ,I ._ ". !
Th" bpautifuj' view down thu sovereigns cordially invited. : 306 THfCSEW BUILDIGN. ,
gooia No. -9 E. Int9nden ia. V V Let me give you 'a..I'ew'prices. on groceries European plan. Rooms light and V ,
"CUT 'JLOWERS.-Patterson's Rose- bayou: and down the bay can .ne'\'er'be. : 4)Q' 'pounds{,!granulated sugar i iI 'I clean Transient trade solicited >: F. A: BOGIIICH/C. C. V

JOB PRINTING of all kinds wanted V mount ,Gardens, of Montgomery, has Obstructed A. 'V Clubbs. ,,.30IyAUTOMOBILES. : I jlCd.| .. Y. C.; sugar. $100; I 575-579 V S.. Palafox. J$s. S. Nicolau. LESLIE 'E. BROOKS CJrk.: Dr. .V/GOU8J'S/ i

by the Myes W. In 20 pounds good'rtee, $1.00; fancycoun-, Prop, I of sierpOtasi .
Printing Co. U placed an arency Ppnsacola repre- .-I am agent for the '. : laudanum. !
Govenunast Phone 181. Onlr.the sented by Miss Bertie Smith. 616 N. Tope Mfg. Co. and can tell you auto: try 'b>rup, 'pr' gallon, ?:ic_ Call and I I _____ __ w. 0. "W. C.. 'Oak Grove.' No., 4, PAINLESS elIXir opium of OTPOID.CO)* j
bee! t>t work. Idee Barcelona. Orders promptly filled for from $500.00 up. They cost, I less' than V ses 18 if you want choice meats and I I V V Woodmen ,Circle meets Ja t Thursday' ot ,,*- r

WlXTED.-Ha.. roses' carnations and all kinds of other horses to keep up. They can be ,run i groceries. Phone' 718. Chickens. and II ; EducationalMUSIC. of 'each month al,3:31t p. m_ 2d floor 0 PIUu.lD.orJr tensor p 1
and transfer 'a ] Pythlan Hall over FQu'"staQle.. en In I treaK-
work cut flowers Phone 651, lOde-c I in sand Clr anywhere a horse_ .can. go,: fresh eggs countrj pork 'specialty. rAND
Office phone 363; residence V *i ii tendencia street. ,Visiting ,sovereigns Dr.
Mo .
!LeslIe! E. Brooks.yOFISALEOTIe, McDonald >er 24janlw .-After' the ''Holidays- I111 [eu: WOOLLfl.
rioue 330: Acosta __: J f
& White 22 28 N. TAILORING 1. Diamond, Tailor. J cordially incited: :Mri: W. A: Smith
Tarragena St. 25mar.WlTEfl.SeJnd Gents' clothing cleaned. pressed and fine display_ case; ':i FOR)SALE.-If you have< 18.000 to invest accept a limitej number'of pupils clerk; Mrs M. B. Olsen.! guardian. Whiskey Cure .Lt Georft.
repaired on short notice. No 111$ I 21 fc.t Ion?. S feet high and',,3 feet ,:] m,a saw mjll proposition worth on the. toll""instruments: ViolIn, I

hand corn. oat West Government St, Pensacola, Fla. wide. Suitable for almost any kind::F $11>,000, write ,Lock Box 26, DcFnmakSpnogV ,I Cel'o.! Clarinet and all brass instruments I
aDd cotton seed meal sacks. Out of Idee ol bus'ness Apply to E. .L. Rees'e I r. ? }'la. This .will stand .the I egeEIptVslide: trombone. Will
V investigation and the first; I teach!at ptfplls restd!nces. Music furnished $25 REWARD
5rn shipments solicited. Write us. __V :- V ,5 Jan. Closest man Safes! Safes! Safes!
F SAILMAKER. V it. I0r all 'occasions, band or orchestra .
J3 Mellen & Co. Omar 'with \ne money gets No. time i i'I ;;
....... -- --- J. H.' PORTER sallmaher.: 716 South ; JUSTRECIIVED-Large imported Olive Oil. Retail shipment Jjy of'''' waste( with agents or.trift"is.. ; '. 2 WANTED.Th\ Merchants Transfer Palafox: street. Orders taken for I plot, Clutter Music" House or at my permanent
Co. ants your moving and taullnj. tents awninrs. camp stools and house I gallon or ship larger chandlers quantitj GVAIorassa' 'I FOR, SALE.--One ,choice block 1 ,on top a$dre:5: $: Navy Yard. Pcnsa-

.\. breakage: guaranteed. T. B. Tnor. cots. etc. Prices. reasonable. 3ljan.FOR &South Co., Palafox. ana''.t.fl\-ers. ? 11 of :the rUe east. of' the electric cola;. IJla P ,F, Elders I Bandmaster Scarritt Moreno,
leI' ?rop. Phone 978. ISjunelaLKI QCt. II I I railway !betweenT', th and 8th .streets '
I '
G'J- i ---r- ; FOR SALE.-Cclt 4 ).oun..* oo4C' pigs: II Nautre has-favored this section and 'it' VV Agent.Pensactli.

i. contracting painters RENT sired by Duke ol Flori4a .8223 wit J l cannot be duplicated A. V.. Clubbs CREW 4OTICE. '_
ate! decorators. Fine varnishing of Orphan Lee. of BaltimorE, 55544', 'Neither- t.hP.captain, owners -
Ie l' trUWng Sign painting a ape- S-room V All guaranteed with regis rahonsaQd; I. FOR, SALE-Beautiful block In New!V .;nor consignees of ,the
!&.** Residence phone 24?. 29aug. FOR RENT-Elegant Carl City. Tract No. 31:. For cash JCOu.! & .
: pedegrees. Se'tjrljnxt., Chiplev. Swedish! sfaxship Helslnntors
St AP- s Indrawi
cottage J\t 318Veat Belmont .: ; Apply to A. M. McMilla Court Houaa..1 ,' ,. and
U'\STED-AU keepers or poultry to ply to Walter: htr bam at Star Laun, Fla_ V 26nor, ) Vim be responsible. for

I iced wheat It is the chepeet feel dry. 25jan ,V FOR \LE-Nice. clean 'newspape-g; : V laug I J bts' contracted l>y ths Gulf Steamship Co.
oeciatft rew''oi sail vessel !
it make hens lay. F. S.eUen .n'o.storr- store ,V for sale. Only 5c a bundle. They : FOR SALE OR RENT-New;'modern, '
_ &: Co.. Phone 334. in new Star, LaundO: building, I I make: good wrapping paper, and! are': twp-storv; house. East Hill V .STEAMER'TARPON'
room BROS Master
: just the thing to put under I ne cars. '.V C. Binkley.f4oneytO jan I II ,.
V\\TED. Apply Walker .In-, 'I matting i I
All Vinds of electrical E. Garden street Consignees. W. C. BARROW, Muter.I .
*rk. I sell al| kinds of electrical graham. Star 'Laundry, _22de FOR SALE.-10 room house corner 1 1i I 7i I .3
ltTHes anj other electrical: supplies ''for Iota 3 blocks! from Palafox, lot 96x Loan. V I i'IRsr.CL.\.E3 PASSENGERFREIGHT D
has storage room !i V
you ttee-t< tne ying 345 9 5.Peake. SERVICE
or furniture or other 192 on ear line. For particulars Inquire 1I 1--- 1 ;
E w rent suitable for I .
!tl, E. new Star Laundry. build- goods. 104 "and ,JOS ,South Tarragona,:V of Standard Clothing Co 9Ja:1.,. MONEY TO LOAN.-On real estate or: Neither the captain owners WARRANT for the- trreit,of tbI wo,V -BetweenI -
Garden. consignees of the
ISdec.A. : nor
"" ""ri L St. Phone 63f(: ,.. SOnov I I i F R\LJ3--Nice, clean old nespa.: ': lag oUter to Tbos.sufficient cor. Palafox by applj and: &Br, V'ss Kirkoswald. ,will be man. V :I PENSACOLA. MOBILE. A PAL AC H$.
-A. .. wanta V at bYe cents a bundle. ThIs office. benakprIgs.
Blngham : ... I I pers 1 stairs. 17nov responsible for debts contracted Wire sheriff at _
"oar --- I ora'Da. up -!c. CARRABELLE. ST. ANDREWS
a=tees moving and hauling. He ,uai __ ______ V by: the crew of said FlorIda .525.00:reward:. for, the chilJ I COLA MILLVILLE. .-
all, breakaje. Phone 630. LOST Noi sPILLS. I LEND-On good ,
; I Jut received MONEY TO real estate vCtseL Fisher Monroe Douglas This woro BJ.YlorenC9' '
COtRl': HOUSEDYE G: Presshg ''V 55.600Compound. Cathartic. For'I ,security. or: on good collateral V LASSEN.. 'Cap'tain.t' Wood.kidnapped. ; : him from i I And all point on St. Andrawsby.
and Cloning LOST Small l brown fur. near corner I sale! at The Alligator and< West End:'I at lowest rates. Leslie E. Brooks.I S. P; SHOTtER 'CO.,- Carrabe'Ie! and ApataehlCola.SCKEDULE( .
S I Club, 118 N. Palafox GrsgtYReward\ for, Saloons.! SDoylru V Fisher liuilding. 21Jan' Consignees. I Freeport;, F'a.: -on':the night}- C September -,t
frl. :
of Sorinc-and _
r: J DavIs! ; PrP"Yur Pat V .; ,, ,, ,
rOllage H-Jted! ; satisfaction guaran- return to Mrs..SA. FzldrnanOb\\. : FOR SALE OR RENT....rTvio pghters : MONEY LOANED on all,kinds of per, NOTICE. 6th, 1903; Tbe chili: '14" ,6_ 'ears old, Leave Mobile.Feosacola Ala. Sunday, S:30 ::.,,

t.C'd. Carerul l attention given ladles' Oregon'_. ->an27 V one with capacity for: 75 thu a..d'tt. i sonat property on short notice..' CREW.::Neither the: captain. owners -"1 fair skin light bair, haa.uppcr. fore .Leave, for Pensacela. Tuesday. S.30p.

flrments. Phone 1222. Sdeclm*I LOST-Bunch threi Keys, Jan, tOth.I lumber. ; _the: other thirty thousand .capacitj 'Terms easy. J, W. Bullard npstairi28i :I nor consignees of theBr. teeth rottej off;' very pfatap weight m. for St Andrews MlllTllle.. Apa.

"'\rF.D.-EverrbodY to take dinner I Reward for return" IP Journal office 'V Rates reasonable: Telephone: South Palafox St., Phone 1144. 1 a .ss Holmeside, will be responsible about :50) pounds, very 'bright child. Ia ''Dlcola. Carrahelle and intrmt4lit

_at the boutherq Hotel. 9dec.LIVERYHauling ." V-,. V _"- .1Janlw* or writo J. A. Chafin &. Co., MUtcs;i SnorUNLIMITED : for debtt contract.I Expenses paid both ways deliveringchild pointL
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_' I a'3 -. '"' ; rt 'V Fla. of said DeFaniak"'SprinrFla..,In addition -, For additional formation apply tj
i. q-qulna':1: sI.j 'UrtecID1.1' or fd by the crew: res- to V
| : I amount money toioano
I all STOLEN front V J. R.
: of Daylen and Gr-gory 1 f FOR SALE-One No 3, A :EasttrJans'' : ,all kinds o! personal property. ad 1 I : -to the $25 reward.: i iH. SAUNDKRSLS
"nds t ,
a solicited.; moving of furniture dence turner Liberal reward far i: folding poekctVko-ak; :a bargain p.1 Special rates to business! men on large : P] F. PERRY. .J A. DOUGI 9.. I''I R. COBB PrN14tat.
: bic cN.
iPP"1alty Tribane > \ : and Paas. Aft,
J. st Co. Frt
I of; the
Hill Transfer a .. V Father chllj Oen.
121 S i BROS Captala. '
asked. ply to E. L. Reese. Palafox: loan Tie New York Loan Co, 20i4i HYEK :
IlL itlt-nte Phone 454; office 14Janlm Phone i,I24janlw Us return. .No. .questions* ... '- l j jr I street. Wan.! South Palafox.. C.o........... DeFuniak,;Springs,,f la..l F nsa ola. rILF


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row.-- ., PREMIUMS I

OF SOUTHERN I LI113ssa-fleTy- 1 I II :-.Or.T.'. ,jiSteamtlps. !, .with pat4 jour' the home" same, which. Interest would you wean would its the forfeiture taxes or It rent left uuEQUITABli for. '

Auguste, Aust ss.- Hreglich. 1777 '

Shoe than I 'JIMUSPPV! ;) I New Gamma Orleans to Gulf Transit Co.1333;,j.! .MOBILE, ALABAMA.jARKETs.. 'POLICIES l PROTECTS WIDOWS AND ORPHANS.
Dutch Teensama. .
INDUSTRiES -tuuj pooS in \ 1 ss. j
West Hartlepool 'torn'order
Hanan's I UI3SXs'OI f Helsmberg Swed ss, Sciel 1423,tl Insurance, '-Kn'owle's I Bros. Gm'l Agts
|) Sd33)jAJ3A9 I Huera. \ Fire Life. P cnsacol.

20S5.Loo- J
Crossett 2UUq2U1j! Kirkswood.! Br; sa, Larson

New Corporations Formed in DixipLand don. -t L -
Nyassa Baker 1786. Vera NavaH Stores. -
: Br ss, .
Douglass 2uiiio2iuII Cruz to F. Savannah, Ga.. Jan. 26.-The naval"I --=--
O. Howe &: Company
[ the Week -ss:: :: .
During Secunda Br ss,. Donnelson: ,. 1303, i stores market closed today as follows: ; !,i; I .
dlHoq; UJ! Tenereiffe to"The W.S. Keyssr Co.' WW.,, .-. .. .... _. .. ....6 15 ;; '- :PEN84OOX.A. t
For Men Just Passed. \VG.. .. ,N. .. .... .6 10 I "I
I Tertia, Ger ss, M rtinson, 1396 Las ; "
: I qinoX jo UIJA! .piresjH Palmes. N. .. ,. .... .., ,. .. .. ..a 85.. ig Iron'. Works and Supply Co. \

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M. .535
Your Feet ChalUnoosa, Tcnn, Jan. 26.-Tha Queen Qhriatina, Br. as. Brake, 2804.Ilamburi .
.. 4, accompanying list of new Industries sq> to older T K.. .. ..1. .. .. .. .. ., ..0.07:1': '- .Manufacturers and Repairers: of g

4 Are Home established in the southern states during s43J3qxMI Venus. Br ss Edmu ds. 2017. West! I ,. .. .. .. .. .. .. ,.. .. ..4 :37: ',4H : MACHINERY AND BOILERS. ?

( the ,...cek'ending today I:} author Hartlepool. : I .. .. .. .. ... ... ... ...3 82& I Iu : FORCINGSMILL" AND' ST M'SHlp.SUPPLIES $

the Moment I ized by The Tradesman. being compiled VIvina, Span ss, BustIn'a 1983, LlY', G ... .!. .,' .: .. ..' .... .. ,,362% A SPECIALTY
: from the daily Industrial reports (erpool to Gait! Transit Co. j F.. .. ."; .... ?. ... ... .. .357 :1 STEAMSHIP REPAIRS ,, 2I a
:. ._ r. .. ... I Prompt attention given to ail orders. daocnight. Agent
made to that There are 137 > Ships. E. .. .. 9" ., .. 3 52% Timber
You Pull paper and
I : I new industries In the list. Of thes, Avon. Ital skip Avegno, 1601, Genoa'j D. .. .i ... .. .. .. .. ... .. ...3 47% I Chains for James of dascrlptlona.McK.yCo.s Log "* DoSS aUa /
C.. .. .. .. .. ..342 1
: %
Them the amount of capitalization is report- to Rosasco Bros!' : Qffiee Phoni' 123. PHil._ WITTMAN. Mgr. $
I I ed by 90 concerns, aggregating $13' ongMiaojiRINGC. Casanova Ital bk, Avegno, 1063: ,! Spirits Turpentine 65: % cents.".', I.t -Residence Wione 1029. P. O. Box 123. 2 j

: [ :342000. or an average of 148244. The: Gtnoa. :
!,i capitalization Is not stated In tile-other Elvira Port ship, Rodriques. H38 Quotations Not Received. :s

L S6.50 I I I,.47 Fame new averagja industries as ,}tn but, the assuming others,' the the I I -. -- ",,--.r' .- ,. .- ol'(!.hlp.Erlkson r. 1333, ,London T--: grain Owing wire and/-trouble.New -thefhica'o York' stock ,' ................ ...........................

[i total capitalization of nw industries, L. McVOY I to Southern::States Lumber, Co.. market. quotations were not received,
pair. !l i established in the south during the Phone ft!. Take advantaeu of 3& Oariuo )'ester.'ay. I
week be 20, cb!ap. .Western ra 'at;. apoeialty.ttehvored .. II AUSLEY & COMPANY
wouljj $ 0J.4C8.:
t i to any part of the,city. Adele, Swed bk, Janse 506:> Havana Pensacola Cotton Market. I
: I I I' This grand total }* materially augmented .-- .. ------ Armenia, Ncr bk. Melson. 11I5S. C. Gunter Elmore, F. O. B. cotton ,
I' number of
by; a notably large & Co.
Treen to McKenzie Oerting
The John 'White Store which $3,000.- 30 TOURS TO EUR"OPE,2 TO'JAPAN broker, gives the following quotationsfor .
I|industries among are a : Bauffshire, Ital bk, Maichese. 888. '
000 mining company In-Webt Virginia: Under enperijr management- exceptional}Genoa to master January, 26. 1! COMMISSION' BROKERS j i
.. .. .. .
adTautages. Fall Tours Around the world. Goal Middling ll'i ,
_ 1I",1.1i. In IHeit'm W_r.2O32O7 I( a '$2,000.000 mining company in Okla-, Annual Oriental Cruise, in ebroar/! t'ro- Due Cuigini. Ital bk, Olivari 125, Strict Middling! .. 11% :
'1 1 homa and numerous concerns whose gram N.Free.! ',' }Genoa to order. : .

. S. Palafax Street. capitalization is stated, in tha neighborhood -I FRANK C. CLARK,96 Bway. New York!*; Edna M. Smitu., Br bk, Rice, 736. Middling Strnct Low.. ..lO lie% I 11 I. 'WEST" JNTENDENCIA STREET, PENSACOLA, FLA. J
of $500,000;) each. For big figures Leith to order. : Middling ] t *
225. |
Phone I i the rfcord of the w Ii I,: spicuou one, and Tha Tra.i: gman's' la Grande. Stains !and ting! ?s Yz to 1 cent lower.| I Private Wires M. N. /and Chicago i j
l .
i iSgecl,1 Nominal and little <
i I I list clearly demonstrates that there 13 Killd; f;a. taalik.- Pedersen765. doingAUSLEY / : : !
'; something doing In Dixie, and on no LI BahaL. '
I I I mean scale at that. The Tradesman's Numberg, Nor 'b"k. Birkson, 1107 &. CO.'S REPORTS COnON?! STOCKSGRAINfPROVISIONSandBONDS I IS
list for the week follows: Chi istiaasand to LZellns.Paolino !Liverpool Cotton Market. |, i
Ital bK.-) : Lairaqua, 1286 CloseJ.n.Febt. .

e.orgiana-Brlck to The Journal. Rotterdam toRossscoBros.Providenza.. Ital bk,; Ol'..ese., 11S5 Feb.JUr...........-.....'............803"02: : Bought! f and 'Sold on Margin or for lavestment.: I

-$75.000 brick works. Aycock Jan. 26.--:The Aycock Bros. .. .. ... .. 2 : t
Montgomery Tonio. Ital bk. Tonlno, 1032. Genoa. Yar .ApnJ. ,. ,..... ... .. ;...eos :J ,
l\Iobile-$15.000 lumber company; Lumber Company inow, read}, tobuild Genoa A T.l'May............................).......6.,8 $ Reference First Nftton i! and PeneBanks.! Phone 1173
to master. : .
$5.000 land and investment .I a new skidder., They bought in I Mj-Jaao.. ..,.. j
company.Andalusia ? '
-$20,000 bottling and Ice, The the machinery old yesterday'on not a"flat car.I j K Pruno, to, order.Ital bk Gibelli, 1212, Arterp .- Jono-Jalr.: ..,.. .....:.... , ........o..e..o.. .... .64++...............4.

.1 company. ,' machinery was burned j v July August; .......:..... 6.12Jiugvt _____ _
: % I enough. in the recent ,fire 'to hurt It I[ Soars da .cost4 Port 'bk. Marnato, 'September ..6 03 _-------I ________ __ -_u_ _
Carbon Hill fac I :
-$10,000 canning -
' tory. .very much and it aJV Jan be used by 604. Rio Janeno to-H." Baars &. Co. September-October .. 581 .................0...................................
MA2Oi careful handling.. I Thomas, 'Ital bk, Lano, 803. Naples October-NoYfinber ........574 : .
Sheffield-$50,000 rangs and stove, The mill is stopped about half"the Venadis; Nor 'Pettersen, Maran-! November-December: ...... ....571': t. .

foundry. I j'time I' on account of the bad weather. ban to order. December-January .........602 The Supreme Court'
\: I r' Birmingham-$10,000 land company. They can't get any logs. Schoo ers. Liverpool Spots.! 6.11 i i
Huntsville-$50.000 supply and man
I Mr, William Galespie the commissar Calumet. Am sth. Gupto!, 1094, Bal
; .. .
The wife Is the of the household'!. decision
ufacturing happy Her -
company I court
New York Cotton Market. : supreme
, )' man has resigned his position and timore to order. : i
Hartford Is final. f&ultless. She merit and find :
-$35.000 supply company. Her judgment weighs .
IDoz. expects 1 to leave here this week but William H. Yerkes, Am sch, Wade, Open Higi Low Coee: 1 '
Newton-Electric. 'light plant; waterlworks j!' the illness of his wife detained him. Norfolk. JAB.............- 113) 11.30 1110 11.10 in accordance with' it. -:

: 'I'I Her condition is very cntial, but we 111. 4 February................. ..... ..... ..... I i i ii
DELIVERED FOR Arkansas. :I I all hope to see her out soon. March...,....,.....11.41 '11.42 11.19 1120 THE" -POPULAR, -. ,_. .- GROCER, IS ALWAYS WILLING
7he Original. ............. ..... ..... .... .... '
April. I IK.T. '
JQne<;boro-$50OOO land company I'j I Mr. BIraaw is now In .charge of the i to have'her-sit on its 'ase-to band down an opinion to the merits .
..... ..... ....
i Co., IIM :
__ $ I2OOCHAS.BLUM&CO Pln Bluff 4500.000) land } Foley Cnicago originated UJtS 11.33 11.34
: company;I I8pok I commissary. .... .. .. .. .... of this establishment. :The popular grocer's pure fresh foods policy :
Honey and Tar as' a throat and lung JOB . -..... ..... ..... i
factory. j Mr. George Hudson the freight to its' itS push and
I j I 3a.\r........,..,..11.63 1U3 1141 11.43 i appeals her prompt delivery and progress keeps .
Ozark -$5,000 telephone system.! I agent has also resigned Mr. G. remedy s.nj on account of the. great I ,her In touch "with all the .new creations of the food makers: For .
n'l p&pularltV ;August.....,.... 1..,,.. ,..'. ..... .....
Goshen--$10,000 milling! company. i ii j I Bush relieved him Wednesday as merU and ) Foley's Honey I thesa reasons ;the Pensacola woman has decreed there no food 4
I imitations. .tie &emoor. ...,..._ ... .?.. ..... 6 :
317 AND 519 WEST BAY ST.. i Prescott-.$50,000 hardware com II the case of the planing!mill foreman.:, and Tar' many are offered October..............,... ...." ...-1 .. store,.quite' so good as ,that of the popular grocer :
JACKSONVILLE FLA. I pan). I I We also have a new depot agent about I![ for't1i genuine. These worthh 'tm.Itatl November....,..;. ...: ..... ..... ..... i _
I I' Hot Springs-$100,000 mining com once a month. I ns have similar sounding names Deoember............... .... l' ,... ,... I i. 14 W-GardenPhone; Popular
pany. 1'I Mr. Bashie Davis left yesterday for.Beware of them. The genuine Foley's :New York Spots. 11.70 i 183 LAZJACOBY: Grocer. I
1 iI
!' Ior' cfa. I Bagdad, where he has 'a position in1 Honey and ,:Tar Is- IE a yellowback- I

: Morris Dannheisser West Palm Beach-Telephone sy -'Stewart Bros. store. He has been one; age. :Ask for; it ani refuse any',substi Ausley ,& Co's. Daily Cotton Letter.I ..............,....... ......... .i.. ....... ............
New York : '_ __ ..-.._ _
I tem. ..> of our clerks for several months., We i tute. W. \. D'Alemberte. druggist' Uan. 26.-Liverpool cables _._ : -
: L Fonnsrly of Dannhelsser Bros.) Jacksonville-$100.000( fiber com- all wish him much success. i t and apothecary.v ICHANGE were again favorable to the market : -' ---r-------- -.y------ --- '-- --- --

1 Pure Old Rye and Bourbon, Fine 1! Pany. Mr. Robert Cook while jumping, this morning. coming )higher on J6STREAD THIS ADVERTISEMENT.
Wines, Beer and Tobacco. |I Hawthorn-Cottoa mill. f'om the train Monday, was ,slightly OFSCHEDILEL..M.R.R. spots sales of 10,000 bales while futures -'

: Old I, Georgia.Macon injured and has been lai i' up since. : were advanced 5 to 6points. For, > iw r ,yyROSE'S
Hickory Whiskey Specialty. -$75.000: mat A'coek.Bros.. have bought 12 head some days the English market has,
r :
12 W. Zarragossa Street BarnsviHe:-Cement pall stone factory.JetfersonCat of mules for use in lo ging. Log I shown a disposition to advance and
PENSCAOLA. FLORIDA. teams are in good .demand here now.. J! the least indication any help from FAMOUS
factor .
_ _ Calhoun-Electric ning light plant) Mr .J. L. Sawyers spentSaturdaj Commencing Sunday Jan. 2sth the I this side would have to advance: and
night: and Sunday in Pensacola.Mr. the least indication of help from
L & oaf Pensacola any
Thoniasville! -Bottling works. : N. schedule of will
Florida andAlabama W. E. Aycock made, a flying be rearrang3d'as.follows ,thisstde. would have put prices very. OLD FASHIONED
Indian Territory. ;
to Marianna Wednesday.W. :much higher there.
:\Iounds-Gas trip Train No, '6, now 'leaving' at 7:13: 1 '
company. S. Davis and R. Hogeboom.spent I .Our markets .I
3. LAND COMPANY v opened practically unchanged
Wilberton-Mining company.Kentucky. a. m. \vll: leave at Y:00: a. m. WH I SKIES:
I Sunday and :Monday in Chipley: I and the bears immediately
. I i : Train Xo. 4. now Clearing at 12;15
Manufacturers of I f will ,.eave llt53va. : resumed their hammering process of
r Louisville-$14,000 land noon at m. I
company; ,
I [of the past three or four days
and Dealers no
r t LUMBER, SAWED CYPRESS in SHINGLES .!I $25,000 lath and, hoop. factory; $10.00J $3,000 electric company; 523,000 candy Train No 5.: now' arriving at 7:10'i support: from any quarter being in evi A LOGICAL APPEAL TO YOUR INTELLIGENCE.
m. will arrive at 6:30 JFULLTQTS.
stone works. p
4 AND KILN.DRIED SAP. I factory; 10.000 land company, p. m. I dence. We do not understand why
Oreenup-Cooperage plant. Ashland City-$10,000 warehouse J. W. LURTON. I such should be the case unless it is tWe believe ANY MAX will guage his purchase of
SCrgeot-Telephone system. I I. company. D P.JL, L. & N. R. R.' pcme concerted action on the part of "OLD RYE" Whiskey through an intelligent regard for his health.

'VVOODAll Bea\v>r-$50,000 lumber company. Jellico?23.000;) ) foundry and machine ---_ shrewd professional to 'lIet; the remnant 01 We :KNOW that ANY man is Too intelligent buyim"4FULL
I Louisiana. shop.Knosviiie. of the crop into their own hands I A itation whiskey after he discovers he has been
New Orleans-$10,000 manufacturing :> min;ral and A GENT!. MAN'S TASTE IS BEST I ** "
kinds that you want. $2 0.000 Knowing how baaly the spinner needs' V tricked The crusade against articles .
company.' I coal com SUITED WITH A I the of food and drink has been that the
t. timber company; $10,000 cotton, ad then force him to pay so pronounced ''A'I '
Morgan City- E\'ctric light 'anJ pan)'. I. i them' their own prices for the staple.I "ni flnflDii" buyer: has learned the importance? of investigating Y
OAK AND PINE power plant. I Grenville-Telephone !stem. -,I.I CERTIFIED CHECK i It. is so plainly a purely manipulated ui.uwunhI THOROUGHLY before accepting the claim of any
; New Roads-$25.000 ice factory. Nashville-$10,000 telephone' com I I market that one can hardly hazzardan I WHISKEY I dealer. :We CHALLENGE investigation. You can't

t ; Mississippi. I pan : 5c CIGAR opinion on the course matters may: Express Vre be too critical to suit us. Our FamCTUi Old-fashioned
cheaper than you can buy Hattiesburg plant.IdHenr'$1OOOOO Dov\jr-Saw mill. take. That conditions take. That conditions -! paid to any Whiskies removed from the possibility of cntJdsra. -
it anywhere. Any .size you of in the They are as pure a* Nature'. OWQ ingre! ttata can
I want. ;\ .turpentine. and Clarksville-$250,000 flouring mill. All the qualities_ flavor,aroma have not changed in the least point South reacd make them and TRULY AOIO by flacE. TheV a re M rucw.PALATABLF. .
timber company Texas., color and goo? material is fion\ a few weeks ago goes without by Sou or Puie. No household shoulj be
\'lcksb.rg-$25,000! land company. Fort Worth-$300OuO;; canning factory embodied .In 1L.; sa yln'". That the amount of cotton AdasisUnes. with nit.them. Shipped in plata unmarked packagrf.. All
: E. C. SEWELLPhone Baaks nd Com AIde.and EzprrMCo'iCQdoroou* Our
Missouri; ; brick works; medicine! factor. given ag ginned in the governmentslast atxolne reliability a a ho*Uho1d wor4. R.MH by K prewor
Joplin:-10-ton concentrating plant' ; Port Ar'hur-$20,000 supply com A. Greenhut & Co. report is the"hole' of the crop. $3.40 P.O Monty Order or Jl'baae: : curremt in AU .ta.
614. mining company; concentrating plant; pany. !5ISTRIBUTORS.PENSACOLA. Is admitted by all conservative traders .__ A trial ordet:m1ie: a nerin.n'nt cuIt01'ftt'T''

mining company; zinc lead mines. I Frast: -$ ,OOO hardware : -ii--- St. lrf -Land : has been,going .for the past few days. -
-- >us company; $ ;OOOOssh -5150,000 mining company ... '
and door factor; $5,000 construction Texarkana-.$3 .OOO; cold storage -- I The weather. throughout Texas is very
I land be.d, two, feet of snow being reported'
company; $100.0QO '
company: '
;j. We Put $ 0.001 luining company; abating apparatus -company.Ahm-Grist mill. ;; : from :some sections of that state, and .
manufacturing $45- 'this buts? an en. to any further pick.i'i'7' .
company: i San Antonio-$40,000 mining com- -- ---- -- -- --
too coal and ic.e company $400.000!)i I JET* and 'ginning there.
; (
brewery 5150000 development pany. r SEEDS 1 I We-hardly I think now. that the talwijl ________ --- & :!
com!j I Houston-$10,000 oil company; $10-; I '
Ipad up very heavily until the/ lcai.za1 -
Hats Men's pan) i 000 supply company; $10,000 oil company -
on & begin. to get some idea of conditions
I Kansas+.City-$10,000 leather com-| ; $20,000 well screen: ,manufacturing '' regarding the new crop, but the ICE COAL and WOOD
pany. ,
: $100,000 development' I I
1 i company WHICH 1 I same rule works both ways, applies to
Webb City-Two concentrating i from tho
; company. -.f 0 the Bhort well ,the side, .
as as long
: Heads I plants; $75,000:; mining mill.; I Con rs" Ice and Fuel
company ,I Stamford-$60,000 oil I markets cannot be talked down whichshof's u Company.
St. Joseph -$10.000 coop. factory. Waco-$100000 mining and .manufacturing I plainly that an immense I IrJ Office-Corner Chftca and Tarragona Phone 259
North Carolina.Hot '
company. : amount ,of ,cotton has been sold the
'-T.-- -w
Springs! -Barytes mil!. I Austin: -$13,000 ice factory. past few days. Some of this is untfloubtedly -, _. L
,Make ThemI Raeford-Cotton mil) (near.) Redvillo-$10,000 cotton 'gin. hedges but thint the larg _._._ .
I,f -- -: -- --"-- -- ------ -- -- -- -
I Maiden-$25,000 mining and manufacturing Dallas-$12,005 manufacturing company -: .. er, part fe speculatiro and on this enormous'
1 companv.i I'I ; bag factory. ,: I j I '; ihort interest that has been ; E.i: B. ACOST4 S CO. Pronjpt: delivery to any part of thcity.

i Stony Point-Cotton and lumber, Denibon-$15.000 .lumber 'company.Handley .I growing daily} begins to liquidate values -, .
H: jLook[ I i, company > I -$10,000. lumbar 'company. When You Buy, II 'will,have a rapid atfvance.: Prices I, Hholemlen*Retail, D ln In Office and Yard-22 to 23 N. Tarr 35-

|I Washlntoa-.$100,000 lumber com I Mineral 'lIs-$50.4Q01.lumber'. com Get the Best.. .1 EiHjr',be forced somewhat ]\ but we gona SL, Pensacola. Fla. Phone
: : pany. ,'I pany. 'f.' I do rot anticipate it on the contrary< I

; Handsomer. :ML Tabor-Lumber company. I Stephenville-Concrete.. construction. Irs the Cheapest( the End. 1 i we> think they are rubbing pretty close COAL WOOD AND ICE
Fremont-$100,000 brick works company., 1i r tn the bottom and believe that a natural .

Scotland Nfck-$5,000 Iron works.' !I E,1'Paso.UO.OOO'sulphtir company.. I reaction is due. and prices will be __. -- .- --- -7T'H_ .-

TVTl be let glad to bava you skill drop Concord Smithfbld-$50.00Q.-:Loan; and supply trustcompanY'1 Paris-Crate factory. !i[' once carried the much" get higher started.than a reaction. ....................................................:
in and us: try our on compan Virginia. '. I ) .
__: Denton-Saw and* lan1ng mill. !r Richlani-$15000 .land and coal Landrefh'sNew Wall street has sold heavily part' .
youNo I (Durham-$250,000 fertilizer factory.] company. for: jong account and partly bull clique
man looks just right without Gold.borol25,000. land and tlm-I Vinton Phosphate t company They are' evidently content to sit still Ii Outside Gas' Arc Lights Make
j jx
a becoming hatNo I ber company. Ivanhoe-Stoel works.. and let matters take their own course
Clarkton-:-$25;).OOQ Jumber company. Newport News-$30,000 tobacco knowing: full, well that when they are:<+ .
how stylish the { .
.: matter hold ;: _
take t
Raleigh! $15000 turpentine com ready to they can do as -'

: cloths have a> he bat wears that's to up-to-date.It he must I pany.' 'Oklahoma.Lamont company.Richmond Claremoat--$25.000"Saw miTt 1 umber:' company, Crop. they !wish with prices. 1.Inside Window! !. Lights Unnecessary I j jTh

A Stetson Flexible Derby at -: Telephone I company. Martinsvilld) -Furnitune company. Hi:. ."*1! H .

three fifty is a top-notcher as to oLth''rl'oz.d$10.0.00'! : telephonecompny. L"nchburg-Shoe' factory. '. Just Received. .. .
TERSELY. TOLD t and mtide. *
it outside
_ ptyle and the quality's there West Virginia.Charleston$5,000,000 I y serve an advertising purpose both
l\Idd1tetoft-Telepho1e: system. I mining.-"com. .* LOCALS.' 3McKlni I. :., Then. If the question! of Economy is one which I a :
Tonktwa- 1250.000() oil and'mineral I 'if
gas. pany. thU Usi' *
--!. ". """ terests you, you are invited to ran us about
1 company Reedy-$5.000 construction 1
com. t.
Oerung ft; Co. Wholel&la *
't ,
": Guthrte-U.Oo. .OOO. turquols* mining pany.Fairmont. .
&!14''retttt ship cband.'ers and grocer,,
compaay -$25,000 ,land company. only fltt-d&si house of :' _ :
South Carolina. W. A. D'Alemberte the the kind!!
H 0. ANSON : Piedmont$25,000 manufacturing' in P a &coU- Fair K" cas to alL .
_ Aniersoa--Power( plant, company. .' .

Charleston-Barrl, factory. Giatto-$10,000 construction, com Druggist and Apothecary, C. :V. THOMPSON, has Just opened I I Pensacola Gas Company :
.. Spart.anb1u'r-LocuU pin factory.
_ CASH CLOTHIER pany. fresh'-line of beautiful box papers,. .
> .
Tennessee. 109. .
\VheIing-$35OOG( and gas com. Telephone suitable:Christmas present*. -
Corner Palafoi and Main Memphis-.- $400000, mining compa- pany; $:O.UOO ,salt company "* 121 South Piafoz Streit. crepe papers. Passepartout picture Alsc'I.: Phone 148.' 24 and 27 E. Garden Street. :
ny$50,000.1and and 'luyeslmen company FayettevflleflOO0Odeve1opmept

; $400,000::cooyeta5e: company; tompany: .". .; ,, t -- --i-; 1 binding 19d e .' .parses, Christmas card. etc. .:.,................ ........,..........'.....................

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