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 31, 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
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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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Resolution Calling for .
ATROCIOUS CRIME ':I Passenger and Freight Trains .

Record in Marzoni and NEAR ATLANTA, GA.
4 .a... Meet Head-on Near Columbia i"H "' $ $ H-HH-J
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Cases.TtlE : By Associated -:.
Mayo Press : South 'Carolina. LITTLE DONE AT THE *
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fa May Depree a young woman !I *' s
%. twenty years of age.. who lives ?;
By Associated Press
i..:r with \\". II. Grogan prosper : ENGINEER AND, FIREMAN I '
PROCEEDINGS ftous farmer a ..J OF Russian General!; Pieces I II I -,1f Algeciras Jan 30.-Little #
miles .
at Cornell
six i.
was done the
.- plenlpoten- K
T* from Atlanta was assaulted; by -:f FREIGHT AND TWO POSTAL With ,Bomb in the Trans- tiaries of the powers today ext FOR'HALF A.
a negro this aftcmoon. After N
CLERKS MET DEATH-ACCI- Harvie Jordan Complains Because j cspt to indulge in, quiet talks # .
:r cutting her throat and leaving :es
in which they avoided the
Martial Questioned Caucasia. '-
Of Y : her in a dying condition ho escaped dF I DENT CAUSED BY MISUNDER main question, always kept in .' Y ,
& All Data Was Not Made
More than ons hundred .: back groun'd.c'How' shall the: t* :
Florida Senator. citizens and a pack of hounds 1 STANDING OF ORDERS.By military of the Sultan be'organ- $ MILLION
f 1s pursuing tonight if ASSASSIN, DISGUISED AS PAINT. Public i
-- and captured is. i & ized and controlled:" Neither 'i f
; a lynching Is almost ccr- .dpi
: ER. THREW DEADY MISSLE France or Germany appear to #
MARZONI WHEN INTERVIEWEDAT s. Associated Press be willing to go outside the 'ii "

IlLt Columbia,. 'S. C.. Jan.' 30.North FROM TOP, OF WALL ,,STRIKING: SAYS i..AT GREAT DISSATISFACTION ; known general principles one *
UNION DEPOT. PREVIOUS TO $ being for tha mandate of the t Independent tern Soon to Ba
bound passenger train No. 66 and
powers, and the other for sr
DEPARTURE LAST NIGHT. EX- south bound freight on the SeaboardAir -
nationalization Started j. R. Saunders
Line collided
NO SURPRISE AT AC head-on fiftesnrnntes f .

PRESSED RAILROAD RATE north of here early: this morning, and :i" .. CROP AT LESS THAN TEN H ;f.". and Associates. ''t

TION-PARTIALITY CLAIMED the result is four men dead; Engineer w ...." .
By Associated Prew. MILLION BALES.
FOR PRESIDENTS APPOINTEE. A. A. Smck. Fireman Will. Tiflis, Trans-CaucasiaTa30-

White. (colored,), of the freight Postal eral Griaznoff chief of &*& of the Company Already Actively t i Engaged ;

BILL 1 THE Clerks S. II A. Pattillo, of Ostein}I 1 I Viceroy of the Causaeus'vtu'murder By Associated I Press TESTY INCASE ,:;

Special to The Journal. Fla., and M. C. Walking of Putnam ed to-day in a most. dramatic 'and au- ,Atlanta Jan. 20.-Harvie Jordan, in Business. i
dacious manner. The assassin, who
Was 1ngton.! D. C.. Jan 28.-'Senat Hall, Fla, th> latter two single., Injured doubtless knew the general's habits president of ths Southern' Cotton Association -] -,- -

.,! M '!'lirv' today Introduced a resola : : : John Robinson, engineer and was disguised as a painter and carrieda today made the Statement n

'ion Calling on the secretary of the HOUSE Dan Douglass, the: negro ,fireman of bomb in a paint can. "F that great dissatisfaction' exists; E OF THE WILL 'DO BUSINESS IN THIS: ;t
through the conntry because the c nisus .
transmit to the senate the the passenger train, .A misunderstanding As General Griaznoff did in, crimson I-
ua \ to bureau has failed so far:to give out CITY ON BASIS OF FLAT SAVANNAH
white lambs wool ,
of orders on the part of the and a shapka
rword in the case of P. B. Marzoniam the information secured from ginn'rs I
freight: was the cause. or cap worn by the vicrojs aide PRICE-DIFFERENTIAL
i Claude Mayo, recently tried by stepped into a carriage!bebind the of the. average weight of baJ- ginned II :..

to ir.martial at th3 Naval Academy on wall of Alexander garden'f, r, his.daily to January 16, 'and estimates of 'the PACKERS AGAINST PENSACOLA LED TO
of'hulng. and inform General! Interest Manifested' in THE GREENE ANDGAYNOR drive the assassin 'sprang onto the numbr of bales remaining on that *. .
they large
vatl. swung the can by accord and, data to b? ginned He gave out the I I FORMATION. OF NEW CONCERN'
the iPEite: under what law or Ian thea Measure Throughout Session. the bomb, as I if thrown from, a sling, text of telegrams between, him and -WIL"L ALSO
.i i court nartials were convened, TRIAL with marvelous precision sped Director !North of the census bureau,I OPERATE WHOLESALE

tin! 'ir proceedings conducted and find Many Bills! 'Passed Senate. I[straight *o the mark "andstruck the concerning the matter. Jordan Insists -, Commissioner Garfield Required GROCERY BUSINESS..
It general on the neck A gash of fire that the present crop will be less:
Imadp: Young Mayo was charged t I terrific : followed and than ten million bale ant Jat there t
GREATER PROGRESS MADE YESTERDAY and 'a exp'osion. I Secret Profit and Loss'Books
I \\,1 t h hazing and was proven to is for
Griaznoff was literally! blown t Out of no reason the present. declinein -i
ta. hazed members of the fourth By Associated Press. THAN ON ANY pREVIOUS the carriage, and with :his.! coachmana prices of Beef Packers.By Another naval stores companyand

east t but, aj reported by the press hi"a Washington, Jan Members of ,cossack orderly) and (he bitter's, one which promises to be among ;

quitted because he never had the house evidenced more general in- DAY. horse; Instantly killed :' jf. lady pass- the strongest in the state has beef

hazel before and because he had"under terest in the discussion! of the railroad A ing at the time was ttdrtaQy -wounded. MARZONI LEAVES organized In Pensacola It Is an Independent ,
When the C9rre pbndea$ of the As- : Press.
-,nod an officer of the academy to]I rate bill throughout'today than sociated Press reached tfcQ scene the V i Chicago: Jan 30.-Edwaxd Morris, company and ia headed W

xpnss the opinion that -certain,Jon'I any topic of{ legislation! for soma Savannah By Associated Press. I distracted widow! knelt in tithe bloodmul' FOR NEW YORKWHERE vice-president of the Fairbanks Canning -,J. R. Saunders:'of this city ,who? .bar,
Jan 30.Greater ,
progress besides GriaznofTs shapeless associated with him C. H. Barnes, of
time. Tbe debate throughout :
fourth class men hou.d: be baztd. was. than has heretofore marked any j Company and member of the
bed't the Barnes &. iteasup! Co, of J bo1.
listened to attentively _and many question j prev ous day of the' Greene and 'Ga>-!, ,It was a sickening eppctacle It I firm of Nelson Morns & Company, testified -
HE ,
yule J. G 'Pace of
i ) hlscit3'. and other
were asked.Debate nor trial: In the federal
court was seemed as if the crimson uniform had I In the packers ,case- today that
Expected This Action. I was opened ,by ilr. Town-{made toda -. J. W. Sterley of Savan melted into blood which weltered PLOY OF ONE Of THE BIG l he had been required by Commissioner prominent naval stores men. The
Tun bfore his:-departuraJastnlgbt: ab.tand ,George.V"siJJaileit"Joi, NwoiV. .4mitt3f*': sftU fc capital stock pf the will
> t-sego o'lic5igdn'tL; 1k11at1slit' \ !: Roma the beadess! -.r I ::.: Gtf. company bo
; e ald
fur Nework.\lF Marzoni was seen j jill .1 : ( \ .- were the chief: witnesses: : Their: -"The assassin was capturedand as STEEL-COMPANIES. S+ to produee' fot'inspection $505.000"/ ( and articles cf', fncbrporatiojiwill i ;

the union depot by a Journal reorter argument on the general subject and i i testimony: was in regard to checks TitUs is under martial law wiJI'like- the secret profit and loss books of his : be ,forwarded ;within a few'dA1t t
sharp criticism directed to those who paid by Carter ,dawn '.. Petterson B. Marzoni. ,the young ;
I tending to prove Cot ;}- U be executed at to-morrow company, after the comm;ssioneu had to the of
and shown the above specialrn.m' secretary state incorporat
i spiracj. is unknown. Politics Pensacolian who was dismissed some
opposed railroad rate legislation. Mr. his ,identity .
I prepared
on the be f indus
\\ashin3tou! H< was not :aur t: } ; the cause. weeks since from the Annapolis naval ing the company for this' amount.
i Adamson, of Georgia representing the FT"E;; i iI ( try. The statement that the
prised and stated that Senator Mal! LOCAL LODGE |I, academy upon the charge of having The birth of the new company is '

)In' had intended calling for such I I minority. followed in commendationof j KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS NEGRO MAN HAD LEGAND practiced hazing left last night at. 11 had called for the secret books due to the withdrawal of J. R Saun- ;
the measure and in praise of President -I ;ARM ,INJURED o'clock for New York, where: he will after completing Ills report caused t
,':tcvrc:'nis, :n ord 'r to obtain informa- j 'I I I Ij a flers from the Consolidated Naval
Roosevelt: on the question which j The local lodge of the Knights of 4---- enter the employ of one of the big stir'in court but witness insisted that i
':on regarding the court martial and} : I Stores Company which occurred at
he said the minority were avaiLug: : Columbus an order which has barf Will Linen a col-red-man, was seriouslv steel companies. he
fie evident partiality shown bj them : phenomenal growth among the Catholics ;injured while working at the I Young Marzoni was uTered the posi- was "require: by Commissioner: the recent meeting in Jacksonville.Mr. .

,'mbei of the bourt. themselves of. Mr. Richardson, cf of this country recently Initiate! Gotifding Fertilizer Works yesterday I tion, which! is a lucra've! one, shortly Garfield to submit the books. 'Witness Maunders re ignea' the ice-presi-!

Mlusmpmau :Mayo who was one of Alabama aii a democrat discussed into the order through Pensacola afternoon and was brought into the I after leaving Annapolis and his friends told first of having received an assuranCe dEncy of the company at the same 1

thit! cried upon: the charge of haz ,things done ant: l left unJone in the: Council No 778, fiftj.two new members city and placed !'n SL Anthony's Host! will be pleased to learn l of his successin from the commissioner that no time that he withdrew. z
measure. and now 'has on file fifteen applications pital. I so soon securing a desirable; position knowledge furnished
'ng:: aannted: that he had hazed a Quite a number of othftis L'nen's! l Lft leg was mashed'to a de-I after l leaving the academ)'. by the packers Now Operating. t

fourth class man, compelling him ;o have signified their intention of becoming :jrree that amputation was necessary His duties" will be In tha'office of the would be used against them. Although the company has not been
MANY BILLS -WERE members. one hand was also terribly!I imashed. company: and he fs well/fitted for the
aat upon his head for three minutes incorporated, it Is now actively engaged -
I PASSED BY SENATE Another initiative meeting will position; being exceptionally bright In
ru 11was exonerated. Marzoni, probably be held on Sunday: February It wis reported that he was resting; addition to the training he received at APALACHICOLANEWS In business receiving large ,

nUWI''erVas not charged with any 1.I I 1.-_ ,, w,l''! at a late hour last night. 1 Annapolis. quantities of naval stores- each day '
30.-The 1
,urh sets but was found gu'ltj. This, Washington Jan. senate I! _. .. ... For the present the company Is using
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in the opinion of the friends of the I It'OUDJ today passed about forty bills, ]' ITEMS the yards formerly occupied by the

man was imply because Majoj I II'U of them of considerable: importance j t Barnes & Jessup Company, near l

'\ appointed to ths ac dem> b>' Prea J\ The list 'ncluded! a number of meas- I Gould ing, but later other property will

W.'m Roosevelt and favoritism was:1 urea for light houses, fog signal*, revenue V RY7izirlt; Apalachicola. Jan 30,-Four river :b& secured for storage purposes.

shown to a marked degree lJy.the1! cuter vessels and 1 public: buildIngs IS r lOfOOD; steamers, the Phil Scheckel, Virginia I Flat Savannah Prices.

; also a bill providing for tae I OVtu vot' Kennedy and Peerless passed throughthe
cur I i :
bay en route to Key West where While it is understood that other
Senator in the' reorganization of the consular sen ice. Ii1TTTt 'WITHjpr
Malory calling :
upon they will be employed on the East I natal stores concerns hate contracted
secrm-r! : of the navy for the evidence'I The shipping bill was D Coast Railroads extenson, to sell Pensacola receipts at a differ.
asj ,
intends to show that anon for a time was aaj-nJed '
partiality wa : cbjectlons {, A thirty'five foot rise is reported In :rntial rate, or in other words below
shown and will endeavor to have Mr.i to relieve it from constitutional -I ,
the the
1 Chattahoochee river, which will Savannah market prices new firm t
Varzom! reinstated at the academy.:! I j aril Mr. Lodge delivered: a I bring out quite a lot of cypress tim I proposes to stick to fiat Savannah }
bill. j
Mi Marzoni will go from Pensacola! i speech in favor of mi ben f j!quotations which will be a great aid

'" Wa hln ton, where h3 will vitlt I Father Dus, J. E. Cotter and Dr ', to Pensacola, inasmuch a:* it will havea 'I

Scnai!.>r Mallory. later gong: to Anna: } WINNERS/ JBy _-r.-', ;. ',( ', Conter visited Pensacola last week for) tendency to bring more consIgnments ;}
\\101:; nor a visit of a few hours and \ the purpose of joining the Knights of| to Pen scola than would be the

torn! 'o New York where he will take Columbus. : I Ifessrs. case If the prices were below Savan
PALM 1 BEACH BLAt nah market.
a position s Zmgarelli Bros.. ba''tun; I
This it
question thecause
isfsalrf, was
O.RDOF' : ,
15 ) ,
S work on a fine two story brick bus!.1 of Mr Saunders withdrawing; _

1 't ,t' ness building to replace the one) front the Consolidated Company. A::
NO) YELLOW JACK Associated. l : Press. Lgi= : .',.. burned down. I the meeting in Jacksonville Pensacola d
Palm Beach, Jan. '50; .-Tare? events I was placed below Savannah and Jacksonville i
ON of the second annual The engineers are suneyjng the: and 'contracts were offeredfor ..
marked streets for the of
Tae purpose! locating the I i all to sign Mr Saunders fought
motor boat regatta'today.' mains for the water works sjstemwhich the proposition but when It was or- "

v.mncjs wcres ,follows; ( r is to be put in at once I vied be withdrew from the companr ;

Associated Pi'ess. Clas C, nine' knots; won by ,"Al George Marcus hag bought the. and immediately set to work organ-
-hinston., Jan. SO.-"The sani' Ion;" owner Myles Mon>e;:time 3g;33. z schooner Henrietta C Sharit and will izing an independent company. '..

hr conditions in the city of Panama I i Class IX lhrtec': (and one-half knotsSimplei" fit her out for xilving for sponge Company is Strong One.
The newly formed is a
sad Colon and on the trlp which con winner proctor Smith company
strong 'one, as shown by the capital
1l1tr5::: the American zon, in Panama owner; tine 4352:: NO CLAIMS FILED stock of half a million dollars. )fro

a"> !barter than they have been and Class A, eighteen. knu's: "Tw catj-I ON INDIAN UND Saunders: will be the princlpla stock.

let 'the first time In one hundred years three." won; Gorge Ulngra owner; I !! }hoier and his large holdings of land in

1; I h nonlnininne as resllents. there I time. 68:53.HENRY ;) ,; Tallahassee, Jan, 30.-The governor i Wea Florida and his interests in 'various ;.

1 n,J yellow fever" ThU statement lion. :i. B Bromard; State TreaAurer.. '!him a turpentine valuable stockholder enterprises in any makes concern .

'-, mad today by Charles E. Maf STFIVf: DIEDSUNDAY. Hen W. V Knott, and the Attorney. )Ir. Barnes is also a heavy

\merlcan minister to Panama '': ,MORNING General, Hon W H Ellis' met in the, holder of stock and is likewise interested ,"

It:,)> so ernor' of the Isthmian: canal ,\ ': executive office at Tallahassee on the;, in lands and plants. }fr.
; and Pace, who recently came here and Is
G'neTUB: Henry Sthtr, :9th day of January 1906 and organ,
of l'o ans- 't Identified with the newly formed com _
highly respect-4 citizen: Ized "The Board of Commissioners toj pany which purchased the Wright ;,

port. Ind. but who has: b>e-n a Resident examine Intoa1!! claims in which: It, ,; jroperty.t I likewise heavily interested -

UNCAS RETURNS of Ponsacola for over a :year died : t is set forth that the Stale of Florid1 i I '. r

FROM ALMARANTE BAY Sunday morning at his rooms on East has received money from tile United: A Wholesale Grocery
deceased, accompanied States in the statement of Injian: 'a
The the
Government sir-ef. The company not only intends handling
+h4 hilt, naval tub uncas!, which left I I I by his wife two daughtersand c War Clams: which money the state: naval stores! on a late scale !
\ never paid: out and which i Iii now!' '
"fr"' PcnsacoU in November which will be sold to one of the big:
some weeks ao for Almarante son came .to Hi jusHly due to the claimants'* i t'
!8a t RY export companies, but will also establish
} returned to the navy yard yestefay5 190;). for his heart. He *as al I The Governor was chosen) chairman, and Incorporate a big wholesale

where she 1 Is stationed. member of the G, A, Kv.and Carpenters lJ J and the Attorney General iecretary1: !. grocery company This w'll be in

Tl; Uncas towed a big house boat, and Join no.He leaves'a w.fe, of the board I!I[!charge of R F. Mitchell, now with the t

-neh: was two sons and Uo :l mourn No claim having ben filed with'I i Consol1:'atel Grocery Company Heft
t'1 built at tin local yard for his loss. In addition to. a large Dumber the board it was not deemed oecfv I! ill tx assisted by J, H Pace, now =
of a surveying party which is to I of friends' loaf) to employ any Ierfcal l 'a'd' for !of JacfesonviHe This company will :

51rvy toe bay. The boat la a large The remains were' shlppid to L> I the present" and thereuPOn' the, board] to incorporated for 'a large sum and

tilt JU'i l can the big = Sunday night, where the interment adjourned; to meet again the SCC02J I will not only furnish suppl'es! to oper
t, c( p-r-j I gansport will occur. I THE DREAJI AND THE u.E.U.lTr OP MANY A STATBSMAN'S CAKEER IN WASHINGTON. D. C day of April 19"6. 'ators, but to the trade in general. '
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v Sanaparil1aisIlD41Iestioaa- I' To the :Scotchmenof

V bly the greatest blood and Vol. 1 SUNDAY, JANUARY 28, 1905. ? I No. 8

ri liver medicine known. ft ;
i t tr
: positively and permanently '! Published every second and fourth I I Washington's birthday was long I the hearts of. his fellow'men.. 'should j tI

humor from sI1u.Ly; of the month by the pupilsof since establishes law as a holida be observed with patroltisin in our:
cores every the Pnsacola High School.EDlTOR4NCHlEFOccie and, until very' recently, has been regarded 'I schools as a olida)-. i iI America II

Pimples to Scrofula. It is .: Club., In the schools. What mistake. a \-,.,. UiS.hIA4A11..
the Bes I 06., has at last been found for not adding I :" ': -''''' '- /"f ,
-Theresa Ja this day to the pleasures and enJoy- : ,NEGATIVE.J7 4.
I coby 07. menta of school holidajs? What haaj;I ReSOlved .
Blood Medicine. That,
ATHLETIC EDITOR-Louis Han been sacrificed?, \Ve say a da>"'sj:: birthday .JK> }d/u'ot',be observed ifoD'1 ;: an article in MUNSEV'S ,MAGAZINE qf great valne to you-an article yonnno"
nah '06. I work That 'the mind of the pupil is!|I holiday in the 'Public Schools ': afford not to read. It is onTHE, SONS OF SCOTLAND IN AMERICA

------ I|''EXCHANGE EDITOR.-Hilma Green upset and a' fresh'start must be made, State !of Florida. i ij II and"is a romance of Scottish brains and Scottish pluck and Scottish achievement.It .

09. to become absorber' in school work.'I ,, 'of the and the tireless and fighting qualities
race energy
I sbotv- the constructive genius ,
Marine i I
Grocery Co.j QUIPS' AND CRANKS-Velma ThIs, DO doubt Is true in some cases j j I Why not?, :Why-should we not-IQsc, -
j I Maura 03. r. and it can not be denies: that the time: tbe tchools and let our boys: and girls of. ,thr Taee. :
; 604, 606, 608, 610 S. Pa U fox St. 'I REPORTER-Bessie Jones '09. lost in school work in a day is valu-f I run idle on (he ,streets in ,honor :of'' The Gcots, like the English and the Irish and the Dutch,were basic'in our civilizati on

Phone 725. I'I able, but in not celebrating tch a''I \Washington birthday ? Five Scotchmen were among the signers of Declaration of Independence, and of tfcrj

THE SCOPE great national holiday?, come spark of I j I 1"henr"-,.ot' the several reasons; four TTieraber-i of George Washington's original cabinet three were of Scotch bloo i-.

V. J. VIDAL, Manager. : SCHOOL OF LITERARY THE HIGH SOCIETYThe patroitism Is Indeed! lost Shall "'el' that we have on this important question -i Alexander Hamilton. Knox, and Randolph. Eight of our Presidents have been tf
look forward to the time when we is Its Inexpediency. : '
Ifftt shall be deprived of all our hoiidajs? In our public schools espcc:ally in Scottish or Scotch-Irish blood.
: rnost potent factor in school Is the time not far off when we cannot Pensacola, the students are just settling -!
r EAT' i hfe. as is Seriesof Race Articles
I now ten 'generally :admitted A Great
: Just Received: is.scnoo! spirt It is obvious spare a day from our studio, but:;: down from loa two "weeks vaca-:'
Uat to must have our books in search ofi ilion Board-of Instntc-
that the Public
Halibut Chunks Halibut Qnlck Lunch i upb ild a school .U la necessary to incite knowledge with 'i in series of race: articles: now appearing each month inI
50 kits of fancy Mackerel. Jl,25 no thotfsht of the! lion gives at Christmas when Was This is the *ond paper a
kit per;' this, force.or if It already cx'fcts, to augmen.. outside happiness of life? One month:i in'....ton's birthday ctrcei: npon us.i J MCXSEY MAG\ZIKE. The first was on THE JEWS IN AMERICA. The third will be

50 kits Salmon 11.25 per kit. : Enthusiasm besets enthusiasm. Artrson has been- addea to" the, former $chooi!,'Sav r Washington's birthday fails on i TEE: GERMANS IN AMERICA, Then follow THE IRISH, THE ENGLISH, THE FRENCH

50' kits halibut fins $1.:3 per kit "imbibed with the spirit" wi.l ttrm. Two holidays ha e been taken i j(i Thursday; the first part of the week, T THE' DUTCH. Tun4ADI4.Ns, THE SCANDINAVIANS, THE ITALIANS, and finally T HEAMERICAS
a aj. Washington's birthday and I I14E'e'S )I is spent in hustling and bustling, pre- .
50,kits of Cod Tongues and Sound, ;, spread the contagion to ail with -wnom : '
Wt.Bloaters birthday What more must we':': parng for the picnic or escurs'on_ or IN
25 he
II per Milkers and Roes. herring:' allj: conies the cau'n-t contact will and proportion. expect? For man years our schoolshave j'wbg'fter the celebration will be on, This is a great series of articles which should be read by every one 'who is of the blood
:odfisfi. Pickled Salmon. Dill., Picklea., Hence, It is imperative that to fitroupc secure, been increasing; and Washington's bir'hdav: ; then on Friday; t disctissed.! and every one of any blood at all who is enough of an American to wish to

German Sauer Krout. r'lLool: jpirit the pupils shou'd! ,,1cn'ing great! ,:onj work at in the the education'ot oarjpwp'e. the a set of know-nothmss, WhO have know who is who and what is what. This article on the Scots in America appears inMunsey's
) same time in celebrating
spent the before )
Pigs Feet in kil. $lOO. ngether fn-quently and tnfornH n! day
Manewal and Lange's Fruit Cake. How could this be better done !thaa'i 'j j greatness of Washintonwas not for Wsshinjton's birthday ', rce ; the
National Biscuit Go's Fruit Cake 23ci i by a l.terary society* Wlile foster!.gotten! in the earnest desire and labor teacher. I IImmcdiate'y 1I : I II
jfor knowledge There was no thought th:1i: is' the
'Z per pound. i ing this spirit it would work for the|! follow
', We handle the celebrated blends of mental, and to some extent the moral I of: giving up the celebration of Washj'ngton's -I Carnival for which fie board is again I Magazine

Coffee roasted by the Gulf City Coffee!j upbuilding of the pupil besides toein';!' birthday I obliged to give to d.ys. Friends use
4 rvi. H_ p.. chinman.' Manager. t iat the samo time_ a' wleassurrahln re'taxation -i' -,_Our.._schcol has:.enr 'continued tot jour judgement! Can a pupil learn;
Oaxaca. 35c lb; Gold Standard 23c:I h hr inviting alike the cncouragtiimetn *-:I < >uw lieu tu acvuiiiptisu more ana more r anything byommg to school; one daj I 1 '
;'- lb.; Diamond Blend 25c lb; Golden' of the teachers and the 1 gooa1 for our countrj" e\en within thq|, and stayin.* at home .wo! For February -

': RIo, 20c lb. : it t- of the pupils. For the spontane-j various:' last few >('ftJ'S'beror Washmgton'h: Next, I ,jvilj speak of, Its Inconsist- "- .
j r birthday ceased .to .be celcbrate ,Has]I Washington's -
; Strictly fresh roasted and as gool 1; features of the meeting ency. If weobserve .
old in this selfconsciousI;I any reat impetus beengiren to learning 'birtbd'3 nofR E. Lee's., Frank I i'i1'
s any Coffee city. ness; wouli' be displaced to a greater {. w j Illustrated ,with 18 portraits leading Scots America.iIt
Send us your orders and we will de,1 degree than could t>e expected In the by 9. single day? ,Can we calculate lin's. .Ston ,,' W': Jackson'sAdams's:

liver promptly. class room since the reserve or timid the difference in the amount of and scores ofothers who have' servea'jand : wajj the 'romantic Paul Jones a Scotchman, who founded oar navy. It w. as a

I I itj. of the pupil' would be lessened by knowledge acquired or of the mentai died foV'fhe cause of their coun-, Scotchman xrho founded Princeton University. It was a 'Scotchman. James Gordon
--- -- secured: in eight months and .
I fellow the leadership and presence of his in eight months 'less one day? We try7 You can rcadilsee., that thIs is i impossible -! Bennett, who gave ,us our modern American journalism. And it was Andrew Carnegie
pupils. By following the prescribed hardly think Scotchman who; first organized our steel industry its colossal scale and
rules of we could distinguish it.- Instead! of the e'ght! months a upon present ,
would gain procedure.much practical the members information --I Perhaps some would say that in former .-; school to which we are entitled. wet t I I who, beginning his career as a messenger-boy in Pittsburg became in a short span of life

I for the places lhe> may fill years the schools didJnot have so should get 'only .about seven. by 01>-:1: J the greatest ironmaster of .the world and the second richest man in the world.
I many holidays such as IardI Gras.1 uirthday .
serving all these
after anniver-j
leaving school. The pride of the .
which is .
I now celebrate;,;. Even if this saries. -
pup'l! would stimulate him to do his be 'The MUNSEY is of the finest and finished numbers
most in all
; best Jn whatever part he,had to true, should we establish: Next you ,sa$ "JIas the South so far February one
Last, but certainly not the least notice-pia\ I l another holiday. merely as one of f lost its pattiotjsthkhat: it neglects to that goes to make a high-grad magazine that we have ever issued. In the dignity

I I able result, would be the self-confi.1 recognized parading and sfgbts and in the place of, observe the birthday of the Father of and quality of its contents',hi its press-work, including color printing, and in the excellence -

one'.rfcnce of that the would most come necessary to the qualities pupils.I II holiday by all the loved American as a national people?1 i our the schools Countr ?"'as No a nl..lon31 we owe holiday to Washington in. of the paper on which it is printed, there is no better magazine of the monthat

o f. the present day American. Indeed, two dajb are set aside on Mari' all the reverence and respect any price-none better anywhere. .

For many reasons it would be best I I di ta Gras for recreation and enjoyment t I,: we can pay to him and no tribute to On all news stands 10 cents ;, by the year $1.00.
for the membership to be limited to[ school children and in'wbat wayj I him can be too great; but. are there
pupils of the High School. : can the mln:.! of the pupil be more up I not other wavs we can show our reverence FRANK A. MUNSEY 175 Fifth Avenue New York
and thrown from his studies than ands ,
..... The program should include at dif-1 i Iset such J than by closing the schools
ferent times, essays, declamations, excitement and frolicking allowing the day to be spent in idleness -

..- d'alogues debates etc. Occasional! attract the attention( on these days?|' ? .I,
Would not everybody -- -.
Clearance of an address might be given bone oftbe' choose lo sacri Friends, wasningiou coin aIm >. -
flee of ,
one these days for the celebra- -- -- -- -- -' "- ,
professional of the city life was to dd 'ibiS -aMty. Would It -' -- -- - '- -
'-.- Twice a month would perhaps be tion of Washington's birthday ? I'not be a grajjfd trtfente to the Fatherof I scorching June,shall l find ber.ea'gged
We donot ar ue in behalf of a holi to and follow his in the -pleasant of -1 J-I
Fine Fancy frequent enoughfor: 4he; ,; k ep.1int'rest' alhe and not too day" merely for recreation and hours of example. do :our dutj'-come to school, niing for approaching u ms., instead'ijof
quent to 'Interfere! with other E"nj6.rment'outside the world of and accomplish 'a full daj's work. i --but that is perhaps best left to the. ; SHINGLES. SASH, DOORS, WINDOW GLASS.
China and duties. a. rre-I I thought. but we feel I that 'a'step has.,! For a minute., just fancy that Washington -II imagination, of the rea...' r., I I -
Cups really been made. wblc. will prarinalIj .., should walk abroad the city of I I BUILDING MATERIAL.
I SUNSET. JI darken the memory of the heroes'::',Pensacola. and that he finds the people -: A quaint- old negro mammy causes''

: Saucers First we see ,the rosy pink nation who laid the left foundation of our beloved celebrating it by carousing and do-' no little merriment 'bj her daily ,\isit. Photie.ll. rl. G. DeSILVAS. CO.

i Mixed Tiltha golden"'. lowC* '".. "m::: world to and if recognized b)' the- ing things thJ .were.injurious to both)! tfi the H. S, with a tra?.' whIch when: !, __- ___ _
the protection and''guidance lo think that ,he she,'reaches *
Then in the back. the sofCTlmed'blue! f the mind and bcdj, < you the door, settles comfort

many holidays are not far from it. He would look upon us, obliging looking\: student if he knows -- ---

t saucers in odd and artistic shapes 'Xeath aU these beautiful skie b efor the schools but of all the I with such scorn and'disgust as to where Mr. "Lockjaw" can be found B. L. HALL
hoiidajs & CO
except Christmas. .
and exquisite decorations in Tea The little children play, Washing, make the worst of'us blush for shame. *
:. I ton's birthday should be
most thoughtfully -, "All work and no Miss Reese-"Who
i Arid they make a pretty picture t I Again you gay wrote Plutarch 3 WILL SELL FOR SIXTY DAYS
t Coffee, Chocolate and After- 0ust' at the close! of daj. I remembered. Many others: play makes Jack a. dull boy"-rever Lives?"

i Dinner Coffee sizes. 1 whom behind we them love no and less noble honor charactersmong have left! it-all work indeed ,makes Jack still, S. FO-:; ryden." FOUR FULL QUARTS

The children and the sunset. I \ the I'duller-this you acknowledge ...OF...
, q J For china-closet or side-table ornamentation Make man an old heart sa<1. mention Robert great many others we may;'! Friends I exhort you-do :jour duty The R. O Ts ha-ve been rather
As the)" think 'of the time when they E. Lee and "Stonewall" -and by so doing follow the steps ,of I quiet of late, as have also certain
and for
use on special Jackson. But THE CROWN
occa- were joung. II there' is much him who was other secret societies, but evil doers OF BALTIMORE PURE RYE WHISKER
ona-such more reason to celebrate I' ,
as receptions,luncheons or the birthday In Peace (whomever -
And like the children glad. f -First they may be) had best beware -
teas where pretty color effects are t when Washington. lie lived at a time'I First in War, I for the time'is not far distant ; FOR $3.50.
: desired they are distinctively the thing Eut some sad day these children must. his he could be of most' service to' First in the Vearts of his 'countrymen when they will burst forth, in all their
country ana! no man has evermore !" t'ory and wreak for Other brands at rock-bottom prices. You :
as the styles selected may be all part faithfully' served his vengeance past get joui
different in shape and coloring. Though the time has not come jet. Against such circumstances as people j I LILLIE WILUA1IS.HERE injuries. goods the same--day order is received. Give us a trial
How happy .they feel at the beautiful First Pupil (studying Spanish
time. i ington was oblfged to contend wash-I "What is your answer for the order. B. L. HALL & CO., QuIncy, Fla
THERE ques
q J We wish to dear them out before The the time he so bravely fought !I Iave AND tion'about domestic education?"
peaceful time called "Sunset.
stock-taking and have cut the regular country perhaps no one else would I! 'Second PupiJit'not domestic education -- -,- - -- _--- .. .
Margarita Moreno Grade 6, Sec D. h -- --- ----- --
prices deep enough to accomplish it held out. He ever was readj to .I We were all ,sorry to lose John I'I ; it's euMcatlon of the famil)'.
quirllr. serve his country and for eight years Lewis, but we coagratu'ate! him for, S r
: PAPERS IN !held together our nation in its the he has and r-
DEBATE I| | weak good position secure: I I She was skilled in pastry making. -
and '
i restless beginning He "was tiniversallj feel sure that he will be as successful -f i None excelled her In the arts A Money Saver

The following were voted the two I like, loved bj- the people and un. in his new field as he was in th?j On the mixing and thc baking Sucrene -__- _-
so manyother !
9 best papers presented in the dbate of leaders,: 0 all kinds of pies and tarts.
= the Senior class. Fri-ay afternoon: 1.!'acter.ini uo stain 01 reproacn on his enarI,I i I-- Nora Berr't has returned to schcol.4 r : Save. at the Itart. leCf' on .nillt,
He had all the Chances to be and is member of Grade Nine. '
AFFIRMATIVE. 'i i But this once her made failed, her Bors aDd at tile Qr:1.time r.lakc.a stronger
king but
107 SOUTH PALAFOX STREETPENSACOLA I maenamlt and love of'' An of e
: Resolved. That Washington's birth his io announ9ement conlderablcj! With one }pie. she ne'er succeeded; ud better l2onc !t', ideal. uscconomici.
p country led him
,choo&o rather, i Interest of th& past week"was thefree!
cay should be a holiday! in the state to serve in the hearts of his' ., "Stet Uni.vrrsitj" -Never could she tell what suited her. ha wholesome. Try it.
scholarshipetferei bv on
I.Y ci Florida. i men than with the that ., Come it would not though much
I arrogance was and Washington College kneaded Feed -
jsure to brmx d'!! . --- -- In theopinion of perhaps all students people. In \Iew nfthee thoughts we'tsirterelv I'i any two graduates; of the Class 'Ot, There's sow IN THIS CITY BY
Washington's birthday should feel that the birth'dav of our the: second tit the 'girl in the His7! the Kind she could not I F.,S. MELLEN ,&. CO.
; be observed as a holiday in our foremost character in S make,
history who was School who makes the highest average -
wccit schools" But we wish to U o further first in war, first In peace ana' first in''I' this jear This scholarship (Can you tell the reason why!)

than this hasty and thoughtless One1(11 mix, though never bake, ____ _
view amounts to hundred dollars. -- -----T--- u _. __ ___
: All kinds that you want. of the question. It Is a question I Earnestine orje Smith, who was a Junior" Awful math"matic "pi.". ,

worthy, indeed of debate and we I I A PROPOSITION I, !Irst jear. and a prospective _member{f Exchange- -READ THIS ADVERTISEMENT.
therefore hope to render it due consideration | The Juniors who are notorious for
ot Class 06, is asilting'Ii's Maria"jln the
OAK AND PINE'' and to prt'sent'clear-sighted! ____ |i exuberant spirits and fun-lovm?
and j jI lien klndE'rgarde11'ork and we are;-| dispositions which characterize them U 4ROSES' .
veiws in
unprejudiced! defence of I
lad the'
to learn is delghted with
o our side. After carefully considering PENSACOLA I l a class, bays been brought bj th>
cheaper than you can buy both sides of we'I DRUGGISTS. work \|I consequences of a certain rather darin -
our argument
I The Jun'ors: have been released
: anywhere. Any size you j rAMouc
t escapaed to fully with the
are constrained feel that the birth j I --r- | agree
want. ficm their captivitj, and once !nQt'cthr -
day of 1\"orld-famt'd ;safe who wrote. "The of thtrant' >
our hero and firs.t' To the people of Pensacola3' t corridors ring with "Huenas dias."i war <

president. honored and loved by all this season promises to be an exceed 1 I The little stone in the laboratory,\ resfor: is hard"j OLD FASHIONED
G. SEWELL nations should be ,Kept in i I The formula which they instituted
memory by ingly trying onc to all persons In ilili I has witnessed: its last "fudge partj"I '
our schools Surely it helps to keep I health and to the age:1- : The Senio-'jirls and a few of the r (lntieiaratory! or rather oa the,
alive in i us the spirit of patriotism. and Know. therefore that : --1 jlabr.torY,3toVE',) is ,as follows,. WhISKIES
; PhoneS 14. W. H White Juniors are 'Served wIth: hot dInner 1-,i
patriotism signifies much to be &. Two cups sugar to one of milk
proud Co.
druggists: of this: city, do hereby at. big recess and arc thus much rtfeshed.for -
ofDo we not oeed to exerci.e and I Ito agree to furnish all the medicine jineeessarj i( the afternoon work. ;: Ore half cup cocoa

SO TOURS TO EUROPE, 2 TO JAPAN I cannot encourage be a Washington.e patriotism? Each cannot of us sick persons'of' to restore Pen&aedla to,.'iiealth or to buildup any i'' 1!' One Butter half tho teaspoonful size of an vanilla.esz \ AFULLfQTS. A LOGICAL APPEAL TO YOUR INTELLIGENCE.

Under superior tnaatgenuntrictptuuul all accomplish deeds of national heroism : QUIPS AND CRANKS To add to tbjg there was quite a
-the .
strength of the aged, () ) ;; Ve ;
advantages. Fall Tour* Around the world n a post little beliVve A>V MN will gnagchis of
.*paas) Oriental CHUM, in February. Program I or serve our country with political i live guarantee that it it falls u will: I I Ij"O pleasureable fear of the forbIdden OLD RYE' \t'hiskeythrouglian purchase
J*.Frte. distinction However, we may In 1 be !absolutely free j fruit kind lea: on,j of the faculty j intelligent regard for his health.6i
I I wad some powerthe s'ft: to gie us i We K>ow that A.VY man is TOO intelligent to buy im.4FUCL -
;:. FRANK C. CLARK,96 Sway, New York each department of our government,I Let everyperson who Is run down.1weakened see i should appear on the scene of action. itation
ourselves itbcrs whiskey after he
; educational ; as sets; us? which misfortune A discovers he has been
as well as others unite in sad to relate befell I II
from any cause sickness, I Those:: V "tricked."
or men who think our jokes arc:- this crusade against adulterated articles
I encouraging and keeping alhe this; pulmonary| dIsease!' old ;' fudge loving crowd and no cal| of
people, nurs} poor food and drink has been so pronounced that the
feeling of patriotism. This for j excitement ensued I .
r > ing mothers, pale debilitated women} Would buyer has learned the of
straigatwaj change their "OlDCORrT'' importance Investigating;
reason" the observance" of the birthday viewsl;, ?
i and ch:Idrcn those I
or troubled witii T TI i Could THOtlOUCIII.before.. of .
they compare the jokes acceptingthe claim n*
: tlf the Father of our Country'I, ]hard colds : we II "Dear father, please excuse," he Y/HfSKEY r '
I lucking coughs or incipient dealer.Vc
It's All in print I$I CHM.LENGE: investigation. You can t
r holiday wrote
as. a we believe to be .
a means i consumption, come to our ,store ann jWith those that we: refuse, Express?re- be lOt critical to sail us. Our Famous Old-fashioned
of developing patriotism. The very, '.;et a bottle of our modern cod liver,i TeacherIo'pupil( who is late lo'Ii I-The hurried shortness of this note paM'to >n' Whiskies are far removed from the possibility of cnt-
of Washington produces feeling But studies demand ,
i' name a I attention point lo tht icum. '. '
oil preparation, VinoL and if It fails ) '* They arc as pare is Natu' own ingredients oa
cus-"Wby late
of loyalty and a 'sense of honor. 1 1Now. to accomplish what are you ? That I hare har::'}* tithe to mention, South re.t'< 'make them.and TRTLY AGED by TIME They are"MELLO,
Our Favor. this love of patriotism should be' we guarantee it Fupil-"I didn't hear the bell" ![I i That I anI well and add that I br Son\ or ;. FALATARLE MEDICINALLY PORE. ?>o household should be
will. wwill refund every, dollar paid Teacher-t'o( pupil who is late the Adam.I.iae. with>wt them. Shipped plan unmarked p*':-kaje*. MI!!
in the
kindled hearts of children !I Lack funds
as II f ; pJespe s-nd '
for it.This. tt-xt me 3mo: TUafcsandCcin Agenne and FipressCo.'s endorse us. Our
well as in the hearts of older ones, for is a fair and square offer bono; this da---"Why') are you late ,this- I Good bte, *3.40 abtolu reliability! itm household: word, Remit b.. Esp' "orf'
I character has its foundation in 'child morning Your O Money: Order or Kxehange current hi Atlanta.
What? Why, the con orably made; with the expectation Pupil--I failed to get loving son A trul orrt'r m.t.. a y-maunt' czowr .
my ear trum-
I In consideration of this He his
hood. signed
we t i; I name
: trast and in tjje that lin?n done we launder by wish to say to our hearers that, 'exeepting -' i cola iat it people will be who accepted are Interested by all Pensa-. pet. '* i'And hastened to the football game.' THE R.J. ROSE COMPANY, ATLANTA, CA.

: others. We ghe every day is most ChristmasWashlngton's loved of all the national birth.1!' j is Vinol is not a patent medicine. and There was 'a')'o"ung man.Robert Stout-i I I 'Erchanse.. S S I i' ASK .
detail the most careful! guaranteed to, contain in concen Who always tease about -- I
holidays by the pupils of our school ;lnL.atln and Greek
i trated form all ,the curative body. His I be was quick ,
attention. I manner his boots.
ThIs day recalls to their mind t.e hii i building and strength-creating |i.' as a streak asl j ,
elercents His love of school books. __ -
tory of"a noble character and I In dress -- ---- -
one he was foppish '-
--r- "
\ of : : The Star Steam worthy to be followed hatchet as an example; (;. rom fresh cods livers wjthout the, saintly joun; .ma.n. Robert Stout: The latter, was due to his being an''' I- ------ .;
Even the little -
story may oil grease ass.The' ,' '
bear upon their thoughts. which' system-clogging the stomach and retard or .upset It- One of the girls of the H. S. is lonx-. former, was due to his pony, j Order 'Y'ou.r

: Laundry. though amusing to be told so often r. produces; a hearty 'appetite, makes "mudder"Ing for summer she to come for then I ICE COAL and WOOD

37 E3ar4.n St. Phon. 1t4.PcnsacoIaTFIn. .. should move every young heart to a.,::ich red blood strengthens every IJ the fays may have c mpaDTf j A freshman once to Hadesiwent 'I ,
realization jof Abe nobleness such 'f['organ in the body. Can any offer be evening but perhaps the aforesaid Many things he wished to learn. from tlaoConsumers9

trait of character revealed In Washington ar'I.more fair Try Vinol.on onr:guaran- inexorable young fate lad in has the for-otten.tbat'; an They sent him back to earth again Ice and Fuel CompanY.jojhaandTaJ. :

? I If"4 I as a j oun-g boy. 1 i tee. W. H. \YhlteCo._ ., druggiiti. of P. I. has decreed that person the nights f'f a-of B' He-was Inn 'green.. to burn. I IExchange. II 9'



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.o good that'I would 'b. \ : ;:.
"I find C if irett no
MAN without'be... l.u 'i..ble4 a areaS da.l with
MADEELCAPE PROCLAIMED 0 torpid liver aad 5.adaeh.. }O.w .1.... 'aklacCurarea. CAN SElECT Suffered
:=..; .Csa4y Ca&banie J tSSt very Inn.1t beUnI Twenty Years With Indigestion.
I 1 .!tall e.rwuhy recouu..d ahem to "'ty hi..d.a. ,
: hue enr eeD."
the bent meaiciDB i .
Aaa Bulnct.Osboro JUU Mo.2.fall fiirer,Mwt.Sterling .
by Kodol Dyspepsia Cure. .

Yes, Use 'Em. I IN DENMARK PlACE ., .

I what I '
It is your eyes I -

I are for. Was it Rousseau I i Walked from the Court Room Yes TheF rmal Ceramony Took Place Of Rendevous for the North Atlan.i. (Clje r: $onaromJ1tiion. of &ria

I or Roosevelt who said: terday Morning But Was : in Copenhagen p at Noon tic Fleet --
I I According to JOS.S.TURNER. TOMPSON.- NT'A.EVANSCommiss.QMt:

1 "Half the people use Later Captured. I' Yesterday. Pouant.! Palatabie.Potet,1'uk GOCH!.DD Good Late Advice. ..... ,..Chairman. :' Commissioner.' ,_ .
: s-eken. C'eIefl "I'Gripe.lie.Ze.he.x..i GOODU3H YANCY. ... J.C.MOORE. .
I only half their power ofobservation. .01.1 ID bulk.JO'YI cure%. g14flHl or:rour.mon..y uble' bAck.stamped CCC.USag..ieeQ 'Secretary- Stato War41D. ". _. J

By Associated Press Remedy Co., Chicago or N.Y. 601 According to a private telegram
I Charles ML Call, a oung white man received from '
who was arrested Monday for train; Copenhagen Jan. 30.Frederick ANNUAL SALE, TEN MILLION BOXES by Secretary Washington're.3terdar'l ATLANTA, August 10. 1904.

I Cultivate observation. riding, yesterday exhibited .an excep-- the Efght. was proclaimed King o*I Commerce! R<<- E. C. DEWITT & Co., Chicago, I1L
tional amount of nerve ,when, after Denmark at noon In the
to-day Amalien- been given authority to elect i '
I This will also make one pleading guilty to the charge and receiving borg square In front of the palace. Nick's Buffet and point of rendezvous for the North Atlantic -J, Dear Sirs-: :have suffered, more than twenty years from IndI.I .

I cultivate a taste for artistic sentence, he deliberate! The ceremo j lasted only a few:I fleet during the coming man-!I gestion. About eighteen months ago I had grown so much worse that
placed his .
hat on his head aujf walked;! This authority 'has delegated
euvfrs. ben -
I tasteful designs in unmolested from the court room. minutes. RestaurantIs to him by the naval board and I I could not digest a crust of corn bread and could not retain anything

such I| The deputies and bailiffs of the The important ceremony began he can"direct the fleet to any pcit hJ: ;, on my stomach. My'lhe'art< would beat so fast I could not sleep at
Clothing as .we ourt did not notice that JlcCall had promptly at noon when the premier
best that escaped, for the simple reason that I stepped on a balcony of the palace the only place of its may, The esire.telegram. also continued the in-I i,t times' I would almost draw double with pain in the pit of my stomach

sell-the men ,I when[ he made his departure be -walk? and thrice shouted to the assembled I I Und In Pensacola. in fact formation' that th? fleet would begin i. I lost twenty-five e pounds; in fact I made up my mind that I could not

can wear, the best that ed out.a boldly cigarette from, the placea prisoners it in dock.l'ollt.41 his, dead throng; :long"King live Christian his majesty the :Ninth King is I itisAPrideto its annual target practice on April 1st,: live but a short time. when a friend of mine recommended Kodol

money can buy.TAI1DARDThThI111d. n.outh and cooly passed through the Frederick the Eighth." and: that it would be well for Pensa-j i Dyspepsia Cure. I consented to try it to please him and I was better in
colians to get actively 'to work If thy
door. Everyone thought that, he was The crowds cheered lustily and ; than I did in life and am in bettei
either a witness or a spectator, so flags were run up to the mast heaa's. expected to have this port designated I one day. I now weigh more ever my

. .. paid no attention to him. As soon as The city had been in'mourning all day I as the point of rendezvous. j health than for many years. Kodol did it. I keep a bottle constantly,
he got over the death of King Christian who I Pensacola : Immediately upon receipt of this In- "
outside the court loom how.iCt beloved. formation Secretary Jones directed a and write this hoping that humanity will be benefited.
as greatly
er. he made good speed.! ,
I Prior the letter to Admiral Evans! Invitng! and Yours truly, ';.,
I The incident occurred during; the'I" to proclamation of his ac- Larger cities cannot very
( forenoon and it, was sonic time, before i King Frederick held a council boast of a better equippei: requesting him to have the fleet come I "
\ the absence .'of the prisoner was: state at which! the ministers tendertd place. The service; is the to Pensacola and make this the point I!I Ck 4tLkre.
noticed. As soon as possible deputieswere : resignations, and were requested to best that can b? had. of rendezvous, as in former years.

on the trail of the young man retain the posts': .1.1GLENDALE
i iI
( Deputy Sanders got a clue' anti pro Court was ordered into mourning by Cure is the only digestant or combination of
cceJea1 out on the Florala train which the King. Nick Apostle Propt'rBrosnaham Kodol Dyspepsia
$Heft the city at'4' o'clock. :When the !I I I ; digestants that will digest all classes of food. In addition to this! fact,

[ OYSTER DEPOT. train reached the &>c .was boarded by McCaJl who got on Some light ou, the fate of flies woo. '! 1
Phone 1210. "', the blind baggage In order to ge.I thrown by It. lull In'a lecture at the Dotson & Co) structive properties. AU other digestants and dyspepsia remedies

Fine Perdtdo Bay Plant and Escam- across the river. It was there, that' Itoyal Victoria haiL London, on "Flies : I Special tiThe Journal. I I digest certain classes of food only and are lacking in reconstructive
1.1: Oysters itTeasonable, ,. rices. f the deputy expected to catch him. and and How They Disappear." In Eng- 1 ,Boilar Makers, Machinists' Glendale, Jan. 30./ -Readers of The
he succeeded. McCall was told by I and Founders. Journal would no doubt like to nave,, properties.
laud aloue there are 3,000 different j
C. Tabarras & CO. the porter to feet inside the car and'' j I' i Cure is prepared at the laboratory of E. C.
kinds ,of flies, and Mr, Hill mentioned '. Steamship and Mill Supplies. some ucwi from on: Lttla town ItI 1 Kodol Dyspepsia.
as he did so he was Taken Into custody ntfiro Phon llrf. Cojle Htreet Wharf I is situated tn miles north of 1)3-1 1 by'iead ng druggists v'eryVihere.I
and is
: sold .
wa-s Co. Chicago
the j'. &
by the ..oepiity and carried to! following principal in which Rewirtencw Pbona; 83. fenaacoU. s.londl; Funlak Springs at the terminus of I DeWitt .
Milton, where be was held until the flies perish: They arc drowned in milk "I' All Work has Our Personal Attention.
the DsFimiak & Northern R. R. The
TERSELY TOLD accommodation train passed, when It the breakfast table; tb>/ get su '
town ;& :1:>: quite a .year old. It was
the prisoner -was brought to the city rounded by a white fungus which sap I '
off for time I
laid a town soma last Cure
and placed In the countjail.. their strength; they are eaten by spIders Kodol Dyspepsia
i-',aim U Gardner; r 'ir.HcntingJ. summer and lots are beng: sold surprisingly -
wasps' frogs chameleons lizards
BLUFF SPRINGS > lasU Almost all available'
L : itice, of :Mon'gomery i is> at tfcoli 11
Means l- nutrition and in field mice or fish.
: ss .
(uuni Hotel. conse-1 business lots have bcn sold one very I I .
less vitality.! Whsn the With enemies 1 it: might be -
quence so many : large store house is now being built
\\. ,\, Oahlenbeck will leave tomor.iv fails to secrete bile, the blood s, wondered'how flies: have' continued to and several residencs are now under DIGESTS WHAT YOU EAT

',..iv, UN annual.visit to New York.. loaded with bilious properties, the di-j exIst but Mr. Hill said that he 'hau Special to The Journal.' construction.; Many people are coining -I' .
,h mil IK absent about: ten (la'Ii: ; gstion: becomes impaired, and the himself witnessed a daddy longlegs> I Bluff Springs J&n., 30.-Mrs. Maggie i ; In'Ibe "The 1906 IodolAlman, cand200Ycar'Cakndarwilli :

J 1. Hughes, a prominent citizeni bowels consi Ipated. Herbine will rectify -I i whose front half was being devoured McDavid and little daughter Jamie,I Glendale Mercantile: Co. organized de sent free on receipt of two cents in postage by ad-
i i Ih' i liming! town of r.o.ala.! was: this; it gives: tone to the 'stomach 'by 'a spider continuing calmly to'lay I II and brother 3!;. Blanchard Smith I I about one month ago, is' doing avery I

!i .b I'U> ) ':15 tenia) on a snort bubiMSIl :: i.I" i.. liver and liirtneys. strengthens the ap- I eggs with the other halt, as though I visited relatives and friends in Santa I I extensive business, so mucn so bressing E. C. DeWitt & Co., Chicago. -

., tetite, cleans and' improves th com :cothiug were happening. Rosa County Sunday. "I !that they have had 'to build .a very I
plexion infuses new life and vigor' to Mr. Lee Williams has recently purchased -{ large warehouse in connection with, -
pputatum of and demand for Tho sold by all druggists.. Caffeine. il\e active principle of coffee C. Brewton of McDavid.Miv I velopmen Co. is: also doing a land ofI -' a subscription was y4tiday- "" .., '- ....-. was discovered'by Kuuge ill 1820. L. C. ,Brewton, and son Grady I flee business. Lots are selling fast
;yC.Irein i \\arsaw. Russia";; I Tin Phenomenal! Success of In a pure state it takes. the form of spent 'Saturday here with>jrejativesMrs. I and increasing In value every day. GREEN & WATSON

I rhl fisn.nsmack:. Caviare! and 0;i. WHITE ROCK WATER long; silky necd'es.! Iu ordinary coffee I .' Will Bond and cliibren and 1 J. E. Gcodwln & Co. have bought

Oaiiill, ot ihj Heel 01 Sounder:> &, ,Is easily accounted for. by all who It is present to the extent of about 1 I her sister Miss! Lou McNeal went to the turpentine business of Mssr?.

i 0., iiled iCsterJay fur tac 'Ii3n4n5 .have tested its merits. per cent but Java coffee contains '4.4. Pensacola last Friday. I Smith and )MeCollnm of this i place, .
Dr. Finlay and brother W. A. Fin- '
ianka. and Martinique has, as much as 6.4. It I and will double the output? next sa-
lay, and Mr. Joe McKagkill of Pine
Vulture mad m. Dsaii Titter i Is said by some chemists ,that caffeinein I son They are now,cutting boxes and
\v. F Smith: Jr, of Atlanta,: con l Barren came up this morning with in for
Tlievultureisseen st its best when''A its essentialities is, identical with getting things shap next sea- -
cwcied.*at laa.Armour'PackinQQUx- thelc guns and dogs qired..a team son's usioesslWnu : in New .l
I Our is York.
pan ;-> IU tne dty on business count dead Tiger" broitght'Tht&&afdfiiobflskinned ; theme. the active principle tea. from 'Mr. N. J,. Brewton and'have'' one II.' Goodwin of Valdosta Ga., buyer -- :> v

cted wlia th- new cold storage' planto Is exposed in the open. Overhead I Claus affirms that the Interior qualities over in Santa Rosa county bird uuntins. is visiling ,his parents, Mr. and Mrs. .

ber"'cu'j h.'r'j by mat company.the is a cloudless sky and not a bird 'of tea contain more caffeine thau J. E. Goodwin.Mr. New Goods are' coming in .:
to be seen in that great void by the human the best -owwerclal'gr:: Mr. Will Dick is here'from Plateau ,
W. F. Jones secretary and
remains of Mrs Elizabeth IlilImrn -
Ala., where he has been working for
eye. The tiger's body is thrown Mercantil't!
treasurer of the Glenda1!
\ WIlO died riucday:> in Tuscaloosa
Kii' r 'ach: h=>re ih.s morning at 51 the from skin the lias pad been li, the removed grouud,there and before abo"eone He Got From Under. sometime.Mr. A. C. Brewton,Jr,. and Httle son Co.. visUal: DeFuniak Springs on Sunday We need the room and we are going to give
lock, and interment' will bet last. <
I. tlit' Ralph visited here'' Sunday*
and always nearing the earth are The veteran telegraph operator at The I folks of town andsurroundlag
t iddc ti It clock toclaj.: Miss Alice Godfrey who teaching you an opportunity to buy
. the vultures circling, poIsIng like 'length took part in the general recounting -' school near Atmore AlL visited he' country tripped the light
I :
Inert-, w-re eighteen prisonJrs in things of air now a dozen of them,. in I of incidents and adventures grandmother, Mrs.: Ciary here last, fantastic toe until the we sma hours
.u( inunnial) court yesterday before a few minutes'a score or two and thena by his fellow craftsmen. I Saturday and Su !ry. 1 of day at Mr. and Mrs, Schuler's on Useful Articles at Low Prices

:oori"i( Laae>. three of whom :were hundred strong. Then, when the ."Out in California several years Mr. ?. R. McNeal is;in Pensacola,Tussday night last. Every one claims

.i-i-na.ged For vio'atmg'! tha poOl-!' flayed carcass of the tiger is left by ago," be said "1 was at the key in the I today.'f: I to have enjoyedthe, occasion nugely.

.1 II I ujni: ordnanc-: four minors colored' those who skinned it, the vultures de- only telegraph office in a rapMly: lng Miss Etta Taylor visited relatives::1 ladies' and Children's Cloaks at cost and less than cost

A." gixen ten daj'" each. j scend. Down they come like.feathered town. Early one morning I receiveda and 'friends at Century last Thursday

rh ,liuet hung at the Christian tab-I' thunder out of the sky and from east message addressed to the cashier of and Friday. UNION LABOR Flanellettes lOc values at 6 12 c. -
Miss Ponnie Davis and Miss Kate ,
;, the local bank from Its president, to ,
: nai tat night by Miss Prjor and and west and north and south. the very
U'' Spi gel was greatly appreciate! '! embodiment of power whle: they the effect that his plan ha
l )n-4hi Mrs Reaser! and Miss Glad-i iij whirled aloft and In their quick descent to close the bank's doors and suspend .
cow hauling fertilizer. IS RESPONSIBLE FOR MUCH. THAT
o todl J -in?" Evangelist Spiegel will!j to earth and now as they wcd- payments until further notice. I had Miss MartWiggans visited :Miss 54in. Broadcloth in colors,

,;-"aK 'onigut" on "Blockades! in thaKiv dIe around that carrion beast misshapen ? .:oo In that bank the savings of Florence Fillingim Saturday. .and Sun- IS EXCELLENT/THE CLASH OF $1.00 value, 85c. $1.50 value, 'UO..
i u. lltll ) eleven years. It was my duty to send (' last.
ghouls whose only apparent I ;4Y CAPITAL AND LABOR NOTWITH. Colors 'only. .
Ont 'Ount of the absence from the strength Is that of the ravening jaws the message and see ray savings van- '.
jh of both pastors Rev. B. C. Gl"nnf t whkh tear and gorge the tiger's flesh ish. Then an idea occurred me. It STANDING; *

'iau: R.\. \\". Q. V're3land, the Palafox:; until within the hour naught of that was not my duty to forward the message Novelty Suitings, best 50c values in town. All colors at35c t; i
\1 E hurch confereac3 will be.! personally. and the only boy I -
not splendid brute remains but a clean
ieUl 'ought: Epworth League will i, picked skel ton.-.-.*Sir Edward Brad'den's '- Lad was delivering a dispatch and .:; .: Even the unsophisticated layman Shirtwaists in Mohair, Batiste and Wool at Cost. J .
,av" chaige of the ldn't"be b aek for at least au Lour. I
meeting and will \\"o
of thikar. this Is the 'of
"Thirty Years -; confesses that day special These Bargains
[Jll a song servic? to which every- So, with; a clear coOseieiree. I slipped attainment, and as such. the are ,

J '13\1\ ,,ii! be welcome. on'my coat, rushed to the bank: 'and Cure hoarseness and sore union is. as it were, a school of excel-

Con ic>able complaint is be'lngl! V ans AUIOMB the lac_ withdrew my deposit. An Lour later throat caused by cold or use l ICnce in every line of attainment' 'To Blankets and Comforts less 10 per cent. Good Li 1e.

palj [rom resIdents: in the vicinity of1: The only planet which the Incas had the crash came, but I was not under. Of the voice. AbsoUtdy: harmless. "have cone into the estate of "jour-

- G"' ?:o street and Tenth aV'' discovered' was Venus, which they' neath." _________ 'nejman" means years of novitiate Full Line, "DOROTHY DODD" New Spring Styles Oxford' .
;;:- :;,1'? The actions of a crowd of boys!' called the hairy on account of the I" training for th?former "cub" a |raining Ties. See Window.
n<, 'Uer there nightly antI dU-: brightness of its rays." They said that Ornmff. which equips him thoroughly with:

CJar: ;;, revolvers guns etc. The i, being the most brilliant of the stars Oranges came originally from India, : the theory and practical scienc of I tfi

:;al'ce: .. not only a dangerous ond.j toe sun would not permit it to be separated having been carried westward by the OFFFF his trads. Nowhere is this more necessary Just Received- .

J' 'f- x annojing, but ths police seem f from him and obliged\ to attend Arabs.1 The fruit crossed from Africa I : than In, tae science. of brew.j
:nable 'a; stop it. his rising as well as his going 'down,. to Spain .MohammcdauNm, while! !ing, a:1') w? take occasion hsre NOW In SWISS NAINSOOK i

\ The Danish resIJents i if' Just,as at the courts of kings oaly,the, probably the crusaders are to be thank. ,| life are the Pioneer ommend to our readers a home eatsrprUe -'' 15c d
of Pnsacolaj lords and the handsomest bringing It to Italy( and >astern of the first magnitude deserving
: I most distinguished ed for and HAMBURG y yNev
: surprised! and pained to read in : Coffee Roasters of home patronage in proportion. Embroideries
se Jo-irml'g: : l ladies were admitted to the oer Europe amongtheir' trophies of the
Associated dis-;
Press the
Wa refer to the plant high em
royal and retiring. The ,is' Arabic I West Florida. ,
rrh" 'eaterday of th:" death of agd' emonious rising* cast. name "naranj. I IMcHUGH'S prise and the. splendid product of the
'-z, nearly certain that the Incas and of eastern origin. though the legend -
ur tian! the Ninth of Dennd It appears of
Brewing Company Macon
.ark the many expressions' of I spoke of,Venua under-two
),!o'* arj among the ,Danish peo-; names, according as it preceded) followed meaning "elephant" and "bo ill," because BLENDS some of them brought from thj

::: "'"sted to the love that all his= the sun. To this day the native elephants ,rite oranges to make ., greatest breweries abroad.These men

'.3.) It (,pre for him. The flu: ate Peruvians name It fanciful, language themselves ill, is absurd. .' Probably in are' equipped with every modern 2l !

Diflish(.Consulate was at half mast the eight hour"torch and the twilight. Tieuch the initial -"n" ,Is, dropped off i, have Atria) century innovation for ,successful .. .
.nahont:: the day out of respect! to : lamp. As this star! served to show the from naranjl "'ith'th final l '"n" of th* rioequal. brewing. They have a plant in which

''e -
the maize for cooklcp. they also gave"ita : represents "a napron." and the spelling i noisseur that I present Tact. They are supplied with
;.Th"'' "CM )'et-Blue Iliblwn: Lemon name indicative of that act. A chapel..: with an "0" points to false associationwith I we the finest Canadian malt and real
1'". iniila, Absolutely pure. Goes; In the Temple of the 'Sun 'was consecrated '. "or" (gobs,. ;I make extravagant Bohemian hops, and are sustained. by New Crop Cane Syrup
4* far I
gives dss?rts the to this planet. j' I an inflexible determination on the part
3 :a. Dire IUbbon0..." i i c I aams. i of th proprietors to produce the best .

10......... -I have been somewhat costive but beer Jn Americia Have they done it?
__ __ __ ____ -- : in all size
u Put packages
Dean's Ucgulets gave just tae results !I You will be amazed if we' say tnay up
Remember the Full Name desired. They act, mildly and regu- Wholesale and RetailGROCERS have, but we in turn are sustained in

LY2 u..252! Qwnma & &&j cnsvtry3Sc lat:> tho bowels perfectly."-George .B. the assertion that they hare succeeded WRITE FOR PRICES
D'VE boL Krause, 306 Walnut Ave., Altoona, '!' by a verdict of Walheinus Institute
aCoId is On.By. Crfpm 2, Dai? Pat of Chicago, the leading brew f

._ -7itt I ers' chemists.: "American QUe' n" has ,

"- f. :"':;i' ......,0; .... 'i''" -r. i$ 1t$ ..'i/ iJi' i NOTICE.' and all kinds of Feed ben pronounced by them superior to Supt. Stores, Southern States lumber Company
This is to wrtify: that the Ferry I three of their competing brands which ,

WHO" 'i S"YO R CLOTHS s' ? f.Why f. Pass Inspectors and Shippers Asro Stuffs.IPluto I enjoy almost universal recognition and i i iI PENSACOLA FLORIDA
elation are not responsible for the I sale. Many of our southern people'

following boom receipts of their Insiection I might admit this reluctantly until]! :
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I ? : Receipt No. 1347 of G. D. Water they make a critical test Do so your-! :
hers at hems, whew you ?
cot have them built rifht.
Robbins: receipt No. 1348 of Fea'gin : self.
ten hva privilege' ot try-on and f et what you want? : and Hassell; receipt No. 1295:! of Chas. I NEW New

: Snowdens.. Ferry Pass Inspectorsand 1 j Sir Knights, Attention!, I II riVe Tables
THE REESE. 1ENIEL} TAILORING COMPANY | Shippers Association, by J. T. Wholesale and Retail.. I I Special conclave 'of Coer de Lion Brunswicke-Balke
Harper Pros. Jan2SlmA 1 Knights Templar
No. ,
in New I 7:30 m., Wednesday Jan. 31sL POOLPARLORS P L Everything Up-to-Date.
*''" Should need a suit, drop Orleans Grocery Co. p.
: arniag out som swfll clothes. you GUARANTEED CURE FOR PILES Work in the order of the Temple in i
tl will surely
I L ".:.snt! t line of Suitings and Trouserings and at.prlcesthat. jg Druggists are authorized to refund Jas. McHugh cordially invitea"
: ou to buy. money if PAZO OINTMENT fallsto t HARRY GIBBS, E. C, ,

t't- ;v' ":.. ia i i. $ cure in I 6 to 14 days. SOc. 1 Phone 1O5. Pr nrietor. W. HENRY NEEDHAM, Rec. J

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i : ) tnjliola.J011tnalDaily. f MISS SCOOPEM ''I SPEC.lAL'BARGAINS FOR A FEW DAYS'=

Daily. Weekly. Sunday, I ///// LA O I The l large;<<; and commodious two-story dwelling
314 West Belmont
t ; PUBLISHED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY :1 situated at street with

k I :i servant's quarters in the yard, lot +

r. -ivr :I THE yr1uXE; WMAT'S CLOTHEs THIS 7 80x180'feet; if sold at once, at .... 3>b25DS1250

1. .; THE JOURNAL COMPANY. NEEDS KEWStHUSYr rry0'CN1; If cash/' balance in 1, 2,'3 and 4 years at

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: --i: i II Comfortable lt five-room: c31tage"situated. at 914

z .. ,East. ackson"streetI: } musTgo\a1 once
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.. .: l I .1 I Easy terms if desired.HQ.OTON .

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Six Months .......... l 50 ;I One Week .:......... 10 TffT'.Jor y... i
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i- 1M 'H'irN '.: country should take; tin matter in

Is .1 hand without delaj and an effort madeto I .

iii i WHERE THE CAN JOURNAL BE FOUND. ** exert such influence As would stir .: :.f 16, 1 IS, 20 MAHRESA STREET, !

Tfr -' --'- ** the congressmen; of the respective i :

4 i The Pensacola Journal is on districts Into action to the end that .E PENSACOLA: FLORIDA. .i;
In .
& sale at the following places t Ft
legislation ba enacted providing that .
the city: t t.I I ,t.
Bay Hotel. employees of first and' second class : i i.I.i. WHOLESALE :
Ai Coe's Book Store. po t office throughout the country be I.I.I..t .-

'. I' Depot.News Stand. adequately remunerates for, services I I.i.I.i.2 .

*ff,, Gem Hotel Book Escambia.Store I# rendered.If i.i i:

Merchants Hotel. the people demand such action :'. t i HAY GRAIN AND t. FEED. !

Southern Hotel. present conditions will be remedied, a 1

# Thomps n'. Book Store. # and remedied 'promptly. i. .
I' Walker's Book Store. *

I. .I. The Memphis Commercial-Appeal!I k TooD F OR E You DONTA J nan'S i MIXED CURS, A :SPECIALTY. !

deduces the following from the official pACE A- 4QwAY1tL wrtE4E! ; 1

For report upon the recent epidemic of HUH' ConE rr'rNOw.T ottT i GRADES ARE PERFEcT. i
the Care of yellow fever in the southern states: 1

City Patients. The official report upon last sum- r
mers visitation of yellow fever leads 1 1w'
At the. last meeting of the City sanitarians and scientists to declare

Board of Health City Physician Pier that the south can never be ravaged =-. d t : I

again by the pest with anything like I We want trade and will give
pont recommended that two wards and the fatality attendant upon some of .: your you

t an operating room be provided in the its former visits.

new city jail_ building where city There were 10,800 cases of the disease t4u .+ -, 1F. .. ; ws I such a service that will insure a' continuance i

throughout the entire territory' .
patients and emergency case! ,could

be cared for and. in view of the fact :I in affected.excess This of the number typhoid is not cases greatly in I --T | after we get your trial 1 order 2 i .

that the city will soon be without hospital I Philadelphia alone. The death rate

I facilities. owing to the sale of I:was, 1046 per cent, which is not un- ,
duly alarming. From the report itself !
the St. Anthonj's hospital property, I
I tit, is been that the disease has lost its ... ,
some prpti&lon should b! made to,:terror which in former caused
take care of the injured or Indigent j fatal mistakes. It is shown years too, that I We'Guarantee. Goo d. and Promptness. \

sick, who, of necessity, become tern.porary the saner spirit of reporting the { -.- .-.- .., _.
malady to the authorities has gained : .
The custom wards of which the prevails in much 'ground with the ignorant classes $. $ : Why MenThe Wear M..t.rbe. I i PHONE 208. i
and it is insisted that with the help II ,I I I
Xi.c *
Gauki of Paris has been investigating
emergency cases or taking an injured I of accurate reports this sort of INVESTIATION. OF ; THE BURIAL OF that grave question "Why do :...j..............N.N.NNNN.N.0.04NNN1NNN

man to the police station and stretcb-j Plague can be handled successfully ;;;. ',THE PANAMA. CANAL.. R. GEN..JOE':' WHEELER. About 100 .
mustacheal' -
and finally stamped'.out.. without the men wear -- -
t: ing him out on the floor to awaiHh| ': ;:. .it 3i'h- f ,* : question.. Six
i aid of frost. men answered the replied -
arrival, of the city physician is noth-![I Thus it seems that science has *; 'Jacksonville Tim -U Jon.. s"rs ,I Montgomery_ Journal.. .. '# that It was.too'ranch trouble tc
-' ,* _.. d'.j.i iFrom .. t' 're.. .... ,e '
ing eborV. of barbarous. And- the al- numbered another great ,victory {o its ai i6aliF fltF tF3PlF N I .- 'ii"-- :.t 1i have, Sse declared that it was to hide
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I'store of useful deeds{and that througni .:f'tt. 1another that.his ,
tensz of any facilities for; making.1n I I" "V" his teeth. long nose

examination or perfuming. an .0IW.ra.t'i I it the south has bean delivered from than the very beginning, the senate .The spontaneous i outbreak- of universal without it gav. hint a.bad appearance, Ladies'of Gadsden M. E. Church
terrible '
more yellow dragon .
to and three that it avoided colds, Three
Hon without delay should an op a- I any ever demanding victims in the investigation of the Panama canal admiration, appreciation .. rat ,
1 excursion
will ,
Improved the
others maintained that it run an to-day oq
r tion be necessary':sa\ors more of the land of myths and romance. has brou'ght to light facts not at 3111nl; I itnde and' sec tonal ':pride' in General
and of
air they breathed seven were
:Middle than keeping' with the President's asseiticnt -] Wheeler..and j Ss..Qreerdemonstrated '
Ages faf twentieth cen ..
I the -opinion that a mustache was neces.Burto'b -
4 tur>- humanitarianiem.: : i -- that everything wasas, "t' shouldbe ;, by? theAp4WJl< 'pd.' find, .young, who J .' .Seventeen men were Steamer ColumbiaLeave

{. When the plans for the new' Jail I VOX POPULI i in connection with work on the isthmus -,'live;,in the;at e tiBat'composed: theSouthertrfon content, 'to eta:e that. tbey..dld: .it to

J building are drawn an emergency hos Ife .who sees nothing. improper I ; deracy. are 'not to be please themselves.while only two said Palafoz'wharf 9i30 will visit Life Saving Statio.

pital ward and a modern operating in thirtj-thousand-dollar: : Chairman'I lightly'considered.. .. it was to ,please their wives.. About ;
;- room, fitted with every necessity forcltJ'ing (S.t1f ;'f. "?f ; >> Shonts drawing from a railroad an extra .' This eniinen citizen of Alabama sixty gate the reason that women do run out into the Gulf and touch at other points.
; died the other,.day" while on 'a visit to not like clean,shaven men. .
the (12,000 a year as a salary for Return to at 4 o'clock.
for injured should be provided Lines of Maxent Tract. I Brooklyn New York. on business He city

for and an appropriation should Editor Pensacola Journal: which he renders no service is not was buried today at Arlington the The Ofloe DI..IO.
1. be made easily shocked. People will wonder burial grouno! $f the United States
: annually to maintain such The west line of the :Maxent Tract General. A Greek named Epaminondas was REFRESHMENTS SERVED ON BOARD.
how it known that Mr. Shonts Wheeler>should not be disposed '
r was
fill office
hospital In a Brat-class manner.J. condemned by bas enemies to an
z Is tW east line of the Alrchelett: Grant of as'sojdiery: of fortune, lie
f was so valuable command a salary -: much beneath him, which 'consisted -
n-ow called the Petterson Addition and was a man opposition and eminencein FARE 50 CENTS.
I equal to nearly half that, paid' to civil life and"that ..capacitywas in cleaning the streets and clearing ,
F. Hovey of Marietta 0., having its extension north, and the south line .
t the Presl ent's.en. lre Cabinet-equal well Identified for ,near!)'; half a,, century away refuse. He declared that be ..... -- ----- -- --- ,
------ ------- -----
;r purchased' an interest In the Polk of the West King Tract and its extension -|'.I to the salary: of: 31. congressmen j with the soul and the civil.institu would make them see th-t not only

County Record published at Bartow, i 'east.Tbese two lines were run I'I ''tlons I of Alabama.: floes the task show'' what the man is. OPA: HOUSE.ONE
know is
They will he not, and .
' 'j Da.,, has succeeded J. O. Christian as in the year 1806. when toe variation that equally capa'bie'could']!I The wife of his youth and the but also the man .shows whatthe, task
a man
editor of that paper. Mr Hovey is a : of the needle was 7 deg 50 mm north have I mater of his many :children lies Is., and he;raised the office to,a greatdignity NIGHT ONLY
iI been found to fill .the place if, buried on Ala-bama,50Il. family propJerty. that honest worked
teaching no
of wide experience in I
I .man newspaperwork i east and there is no dispute about tJe'salar>' had! been,.only half as large j t their inherited propertj. Hi* degrade the worker, but an !lOll. Wednesday Jan. 31
and The Journal welcomes him ,
them as they'.were permanently marked family live on;their inheritance. But
t Then what right ,has )[r. ,Shoots to rat worker can dignify the work.
to the ranks ot'Florida Journalists., br. Captain Lee from .thj original draw from ,I what did he do :to forfeit .a final resting :
a salary railroad
a without place there, 1-
marks .the trees. The -
Spanish on doing any work? There is. no use It cannot fag to cast a aha! sow over ,ANNUAL ;TOUR
Government ParsimonyIn east line of the :Maxent Tract is the "the bean impulses Alabamians and i The
mincing matters It is dishonest. We, i|, Journal .Printed During Dainty
only one about which there has been lot all the' southern people, that thefitsplendeut
Post Office Salaries. cnnot be: sure that Mr. Shonts is giving '
and this I show from fafrm of Joseph Wheeler I'emller 1905
any dispute. can ,
ail his time to the' service of the
won so nobly and without a blot in i ADELAIDE THURSTONIN
Elsewhere in The Journal this morning the ,records to have an exact place, I II
canal company. We have only his their peculiar service should be reckoned i a Total ol
appears! a communication: from having a( needle bearing of north 13:!'word for it, and the word of a man! by any authority, private or public -: HER HEW PLAY"The
W. *
Postmaster II
Northup relative o and true bearing of north as a incident of life DR J' U. MOCK I
deg east a 1 who would bleed the stockholders j mere his :,,
I .
the pay of clerks In! first and second 21 deg 4a mm east,. having been located a I Wheeler 'was not an accident in his.I 154,850 Triumph of Betty"B
company by accepting from the directors
class postoffices which I Is worthy of I!, career as leader of southern 'ouths.
by Pintado in 1817. when the!1 I pay for doing nothing is not I He was a' born soldier. The land of DENTAL SURGEON.Crown I
the careful consideration of not COPIES
only variation was 8 d "g. 45 min. In the:)!I his i > W. A. Tremagne and Irving L.
, ;,, the business! community but of every earns year he located and made a plan I I,enough to settle the question, > birth reared on her fair bosom M j ..._ .., .? .. Hall ., ,: .. .... and Bridge Work a Spenittj.
f Mr Shonts admitted the importa-- many others like him, that were his'
i of
person who has any dealings what of the IS \rpent Tract the north line 1' 1 I or an average Complete Scenic Production. .
: ton of women into the canal zone,(Compatriots and his comrades. Allen Painless Extracting of
of which hemakes' to extend from PRICES-$1.00, 75c, 50c. and 25c.
soever-with the postoffice department, : a t ana: that the government paid to take and Hannon and Hogan and KirkpatIrick /, S. Palafox St.
I' Seats on sale londay at noon.
and there are but few who do not, al- point on the west sid! of Reus street: them there. He said that these and thousands of Alabamiansj i $,735I'
7 and Buildmj.
most daily either forward receive 80 feet north of Government south 78 i s i women were the families of the laborers ,I J rode where be lea' Theare entitled 9 Old Armory
or deg. 45 min. west 820 feet and four from Martinique. This mayor to share his fame They. are. buried Phone 1077
4 mall mattEr of soma description. inches English to a point on the :Max I I may not have been true but until it Ion the soil they fought most glorious- DAILYThe --

t The duties of the average postofflce ent east line, which<: forms part of th: is disproven we will accept it 'as true jlv,i I to defend Why separate Wheeler I' following figures show The Penjsacola Basket Ball -

clerk or carrier requires a higher wet line of the 19 Arpent Tract.. The I But even then, what right had the(from them in death! Shame 'on it. Journal's circulation for each Florida and Alabama
grade of intelligence and education bearing''' of the north line of Govru'j: commission to pay the 'expenses of There is too much of the chanUleerthe' I( day during the month of December
ment street from Alcaniz to R:?us is, their in! officiousness of the federal
if than is demanded of employees of transportation to the canal zone au 1905. with the average number of t LAND COMPANYManufacturers
exactly south 78 deg. 45 min west.i Is there any" appropriation for moving thorities over the obsequies and place copies daily:

many commercial l establishments and Eighty feet north of Government, on.' the families of government employees chosen, b\' them for the grave: of this Dec. 1, 5,750 Dee. 16, 5,600 I Friday, Feb. 2, 1906. of

as Mr. Northup says men competent the west line of Reus is a line offence I!Ifiom one place to another' ? In the southern hero. He won his right to Dec. 2, 5,700 Dec. 17, 6,100 and Dealers in

to perform those duties cannot be retained I I ,. having the same bearing. On, absence of such an appropriation hewho immortality in defense of a principle. I, ... SHINGLES -
both sides Of paVillier street it is ex.I used government money for this[That principle was not born to die at 18 University : Military School, LUMBER, SAWED CYPRESS
In the service at a stipend ]
barel wetly! right as it has been since purpose of Washing and to its AND KILN-DRIED SAP.
I ; it was guilty a misappropriation -I go grave on t Dec. 5, 5,750 Dec. 20
ly equal to that of a day ; 5,600} Mobile; Ala. ._ --!
was located 40 years ago by ''Ehas of funds. confiscated Arlington. : -- -
I t I I i Dec. 6, 5,750 Dec. 21, 5,600] 1-
Undoubtedly a great deal of the complaint .i t Darnford, as the line dividing the EngBsh. All this err. Shont admitted as I It Is a grevious wrong thrown ''upon : Dec. 7, 5,700 Dec. 22, '5,600 /vs. :
against the service, and, complaints tanyard; or Garden Lots on the: brazenly as the insurance presidents the' pace of history to offer the. Dec. 8, 5,650 Dec. 23, 5,600 I LEGAL ADVERTISEMENTNotice
are many can bo- directlychargeable I I I north from the English Naval Reserve -'who are now in disgrace flaunted forth I name of Wheeler to It as a soldier'or- j Dec. 9, 5.6&0 Dec. 24, 6,100 I Pensacola 'Classical School, .I j t to

the,; on the .south,. between the first their rascali;) at first. They seemed fortune. i Dec. 10, 5,900 Dec. 25, ....'. i. J J' of application for permit!

to' the parsimony of' !and'I second Aguadas (watering places) *I Ito have no sense of decency then.. lie Dec. 11, : n.. Dec. 26 5,6001 I II Gymnasium!;{ 'of Classical; 1 School, Cora sell Jiquors. wines and beer Wi"*

t government, ,which although fairly, whos streams then Tan cool and 1 seems to have none now. They Eight Classes of Town Killers. I Dec. 12, 5,650 Dec. 27, 5.6001] DeSoto as, p.. W. Alms and 1 W W Mms, J>lrt-
learned Palafox'nd Streets.
by their lasting humiliation N. :
generous to the;employees of other dtvpartments. bright and pure.. from the springs; Town killers be classed :Into i, Dec. 13, 5.650 Dec. 28, 5,600!II ; W MB t
in the Tictie 1hlcketsllealurin, i! and disgrace.:And ,some of them tried : may On Car Line.. ners doing business as P
fails to pay salaries to tha :. eight separate branches. says an.. ex- Dec. 14, 5.600 Dec. 29. 5,600 1 J of f
along' thlsfenc.e S20 feet and four, to make amends. He has not learned( ; I CENTS. Son. have, filed with the Board
clerks and carriers commensurate inches, there is. or was a post. markIng -.Set. Will the senate, teach him? cnang*. First those who go out 'of Dec 15, 5.600 .Dee. 30, 5,750 A. 'J"s\OK,50! ; ', County Commissioners for };Escamb! :
i Is the. American government town to do their tracing; second. Dec 31 J: 6, 501i j
the exacting duties demanded oft less for
wth the north corner of the 19 and the: county Florida their application

; them. Jfo man who has the ability' to 16 Arpant Tract. at their intersection,IPO.,hcnest the than men the who American are responsible people? for If( those ;who third.are those opposed who.prefer to improvements quiet i i Total 1 for the month.......154,850 t permit,to fell liquors wines and Ctrin

perform such duties' will continue .o with the east south line.21 of the Maxent Tract .it will be driven from power with'town; fourth. those who imagine they\ election district 12 of said county
Turning deIS min west
work :>'iar' in and year out at $i's per. gives the dividing line of the two 11 scourges that will make- marks-. that: own the town; fifth those who de%I. Average per day.. ....:....s.73S' and state, any citizen of such election:
(will remain forever The develop.: ride public spirited men; sixth, those I *
month, for there are maneinplojers 'W
tracts if
and the extension of this )lin>. 0a district may stow caus?, any
ments already made are disgraceful, who oppose every movement that'dos I hereby certify that the above '
who always in search of such material northward to an intersection with the to C
are and to uphold is correct be. at the meeting of the Hoard
whoever tries the not originate with themselves; 8v. statement according to the
and who arc mere than willing north line of the Maxent Tract is the reckless disregard for honesty shownby ,enth those who oppose every move, records on file in this office.' held on Tuesday, the 4)) day of February

to, pay .well for the services of competent east My line next of,the communication tract. the use made by the Commissionof ment that does not appear to benefit \ FRED A. SWEET. next, why such permit shoud:
inc. give public money will find that an outraged them eighth those who seek J Circulation
help in any : ; to inJura Manager. A M. Median.!
the :authorities for the street lines not be graated
;As postmas ers have exhausted their'lof the Maxent Tract public ,can strike government the credit: of reputation of.their Sworn "to. 'and 8ub&1crlbed.before. me Comm:*
{ County
officials hard as It. has FRkN ESN. Clerk of the Board of
as' already ; '
neighbors '
this condition rectlfed. .. thIs' 1st day of January. 1906:
efforts- have W H, 1UVIDSON., C-
the I .' struck insurance. officials: ,and ,municipal To which, if any, class _dog you. ;' ',PE31RY .DICKB.V. sionejp By.U Aimard, D.
commercial Jtalies of lt- itr Engineer. "
l, the grafters.. belong 'j j "- .. NoUry-publlc. NIiML1aI ''Sjanoawlw i x.

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.... '.4" "THE :" 6&CO.LA., ; JOUR'NAL'W, > DN.E8IDAY..MORNING, JANUARY '3'1 1, 1'906 '

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J/ Fnr'4.:7The : T;?: r: : : : ; ; : \ I: ,GRIPCURED: ;

; 1.a.:1; ; ... .I-l MusiMrs. ;; : : : ;*; i I'1

j : ..' I His doctor-unable-to aid
i"l .._. .
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1' '
I f ...'. 4 him Mr. W. A. Ruth of
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"*38KttJxsxssxsv ,
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I _;t--kS"- j -*' -' s
r r Bridgeville Del. after he
-Cr9",,:v' J .i' .Y'c ..' ,

Good ) had given up hope began ...

: ,::;:: ;:;:u.
,(.s;:: ,/ :, < --{4'ir,' Whiskey. It cured him in

One Week. In writing ho .
:>!4< say t

e.,2. Last winter I contracted a sever case
of All' }c: : of Grip, and my doctor did not-aid mal
7! : yc>s .; I was in despot) My druggist told me '-
r3a #; ) there was nothing like Dufty .. Pure Malt
4 .t :r s ri system and it waa Just one week after I
..f 3; .Y.<#\s began to UH your medicine before I fully
o;}# t;. a tz3 c recovered from this terrible plague. 1
{{t : ; a heartily recommend Pure
Royal Baking Powder is k Z Duffy's Malt
equally valuable -. x'r i.wWhiskey to every one who Is suffering
", sf.: { .from Grip! or calda.: W.A.RUTH Br1- .. -

for the preparation of the finest, a vllle. DeL

most delicate cookery and for substantial l 'f Duffy's Pure f

F. : IcI
everyday food. *- = ; 4>. -
t -

Royal Baking Powder C : Whiskey
has been used t;. MR. IV' A. RUTH

e Cures Coughs. Colds. Consumption Grip. Bronchitis and Pneumonia. It Is used la
by three generations and is in over two thousand leading hospitals as the most valuable tonic stimulant known tet ,
employed :
: iv medict&e. It stimulates and enriches the blood. aide digestion build up the, nerve
tissue, tones up the heart and fortifies the -
baking :by the ''best families -* system against disease germs. Duffy's ne""
everywhere. Pure Malt Whiskey prolongs life keeps \1p..a. U .
the olnsld) young and the young strong.only,3
r no fuse oil and is the '
whiskey recognized by the Government as r
a medicine This is a guarantee. ,
; 't
: CAUTION.-There !, bat one DulfJ' S L1 s-i
Pare Halt Whlske,.
,Sold by druggists I ;
and jtrocera-.oo a bottle la sealed =
bottles only, never la bulk. Insist en e
------ having the genuine,and ace that the strap y .
over the cork ia unbroken Refuse all
INADEQUATE ,SALARIES OF wt cheap substitutes, as they are pot tip only
; for profit and are positively Injurious to .
t ._ the health. Look for the trade-markthe 'a
1 "014 Chemlat," on the label. Medical ?b.

POST OFFICE EMPLOYEES: .. 0..y'.s-'S d ti booklet and doctor advice: free. Duffy 43 h. S
Malt Whiskey Co.,Jlo eater,New York.N. .

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F r F h't COLORING Distributor.
Impossible to Retain Efficient. Men in the Service at ParsimoniousPay M ;n' yN .. : i. -


Allowed by, the Department-Commercial *
*' 580.3.
Bodies Called Upon to Act 4 -
.W. LAMAR. President JOHN PFEIFFER. Assistant Ciihltr. +
U. E. CLARK Vlce-Presld-nt and Cashier. J.W. ANDREWS.Assistant Cashier.

The following communication which propriation. made for that particular a'M1 k P M
1 self-explanatory has just been re- I
reived from (IPostmaster W. 11. Nor- year.During
the past two years increases ,
I :
thup: : -3
In salaries have been allowed to about OF PtNSACOLU, FLA.
Hon. Frank L. Mayes. Editor Pensa-
cola Journal and President Chamberof ,I 23; per cent of! the number, of clerks DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES.

Commence, Pensacola, Fla.. "each year. In the past two years six
OeiSir-I desire to call your at-1 clerks in this office have received an : CAPITAL STOCK, $200,090. SURPLUS, $60,000.

tema| to the existing conditions ofthe increase of salary. I have clerks who R M1', t r DIRECTORS.
lastai Service as regards: its{;i are working on their third year ,on a :: .s
clerical force. I salary of $600. : Henry L. Covington, Frank Reilly, F. E. Brenner,
Tt is almost universally believedthat I "The result Is that unless Congress J. M- Pfeiffer, '., W.S. Rosasco C.W.Lamar,
receive s T. F. McGourin. J. R.Saunders,
Postoffice Clerks lar;e I makes an appropriationwhich will .f st a Bryan Dunwody
salaries. It will. -be a matter of news: give clerks better salaries the: first ti A. \t. Avery W. H.Milton, 0. E. Maura,
to nearly all business men to be informed :and' second W. L. Cawthon, Dr. W. J. Hannah McKenzie Oertlng
class offices
that a clerk receives but $600 will'losejmany Alex McGovln, C. M. Covington, M. E. Clark.
jof the most efficient men and the mail
per year, on entering; his work. I I service must suffer' accordingly. It is ..
:- Accounts of Bankr Individuals, Corporations and Firms Solicited.
ago there
Three years was a,, J.Miss
a 'matter of vita1' to
interest! every THURSTON,
.passed. b> congress which provided; business man that such calamity be ADELAIDE Four per cent! Interest Paid on Time Deposits.
that all clerks'! should receive an \d-'i I avoided; Efficient .clerka are:- hot In "The"' Triumph of Betty,".,Wednesday Night.
vance of $100 each year. if they proved rr.ade in a few weeks. It requires a .. .
themselves worthy and the Postmaster '!I .
year of hard work and congtant'study -
recommended the. increase. The before clerk r.
a becomes& Attorney General of' the Posiofflcej DeINTtmenrbd I iuf.! : If he j i.< worth $$tiOO the first year.ieMrmu'eV .
thal-that laws --in
war } '
I'b Setter adrth"U0rthe ser<
sect only one year, covering; the apr ond. 'He is capable of'' doing double SYSTEMATIC SAVING IN THE

the work. I ,
-- -
In his annual report First Assistant I

Postmaster General Hitchcock a *.. ..
very i? If ii ini ii mil mimi i iiin .! in '. Miifii ii'f -- -**f'r.ifl tt9y- tTC.-
intelligent and efficient 'business official -| f Y
has called attention to the situation MORNING OF LIFE
-which I have :described and macieJ
an appeal for 'larger salaries for the S
clerks, giving as a reason for his request :-| 4WThIII I i i.
v that on account of the low sal-,: Makes for comfort when the shadowsof
1 aries paid it Is very difficult to secure WT I fall.
b evening 'I
good men ana! many efficient''
clerks arc leaving: the The man ,who is improvident in

n-cords of this office' show'that within'' A V J. youth will likely be a homeless wan-
the past three yearn four clerks have I
resigned to accept: better position t'ISl"-1 derer in his old age.

t where, and among them were some I By cultivating the saving habit in <
STORK the best clerks the office ever had. f'i3Sfejf f.i ,
For -gome tithe the Postoffice Department youth, you assure yourself a competence

has been trying to correct this in old age. ;
TIME matter but Congress; has turned a .
tn 1 1Bniiety deaf ear to the. appeals made. The a y.Y We four cent interest In our
lost women is a term of Ii'x -i ,pay : per
Postofflce is in full
Department sympathy -
serious | '
sad sweet anticipation. with such a move. It is Con- savings ,department.

With the cessation of pain I gress that must be reached by a ,
strong publicssentiment which can in
necessary t 0 childbirth
there comes''calm 'nerves, 'no may be voiced: EO pointed as by the .' .
e:Ietp and recuperation. commercial bodies all over the coun- {,r I
try.A FIRST ,
MOTHER few postmasters have given this

matter much thought but most of them ss#aw I
FRIEND are too much engaged with other .:yt { ,OF: PENSACOLA. FLA.W .
things to look after the business end t I
does diminish the pain accompanying :of their offices'or' give teed :to the I B. KSOTLK. PreV..K.HTEH.JR.,VfVr*.. and Cmibier. it
cat rnitr. With its aid mothers can and I i needs of the clerks upon whose efficiency > T.W. BBIZCT and V. N, RonrRTf. Acst. Cashier.
oo bring healthy, sweet dispositioned they must depenu' for the records HARVEY BARTLETT-"QUITE: and< ideal babies into the world. of their offices. Under a rulingof
Morning sickness sore breasts and excruciating the Department the 'clerks, either A SCENE FROM ""THE TRIUMPH OF BETJY.: ,

pains caused by the gradually in their Individual capacity or as an

iTpanding organs are relieved by" thu association are' prohibited from making -- 0, ; -- .
penetrating and relaxing liniment. any effort to influence legislation, and they cetalnly! ought to be Yorthl I tyonths.: The name; Is true of every : Aeole' t "a.e of Hearing. -

Among the manifold aids to childbirth except through Postmasters or the officials more than a tfay:: laborer. v. i first 'and.second class office In the "Tpa,** said, the prosperous lawyer In L.HILTON GRK!::';.J'anUUT. T. E. WKLLK3.Citizens Vrca-fuJIP&f1'.
Mother's Friend I .IU'RX&U_c.uSln UANU'IKLD)fOREleO.AsisCaaRa'lI. '
has in n
and grown popularity of the Postoffice Department. l' All other efforts having failed. I believe country. The business men must be speaking to 'a friend,; "I had a long
gained a prestige among rich women believe when the public is informed as the effective way to re-.1ci! Congress National Bank
"well as poor;it is found and welcomed ''js' cammerdalbodies. the ufferers. Postmasters will give wait before I "got any: practice but I i ,
to the real condition of things and through our
la: the mansion well in the cabin. am certainly satisfied now with my ct ciieoU.. FIcrld
as as more especially, when the. Intelligent' ,- made up of active businessmen the public: the best, service possible >t
.Ity the mother's of mind profession audits emoluments. ZDlreo torB t
lessening agony business men in every city In the WHO MAKE CONGRESSMEN: with' the help at their command but :
nd diminishing; pain a beautiful influenceis "Theearly: days the waiting for clients G o.W Wrlalit.Riz, Morris, asr. T. E-Wa '
and instead of country are placed in posession of all and to whom-our lawmakers will give if that help Is ineffective it creates a u. Roblnton.JEfiERM. L. Utltoa Gr..a.A .
wrought upon the child I was bard, ttoujh.! Whys An yos
peevish,ill-tempered and forms the facts there will be a public sentiment heed. The loss at any one tint; "ol I hardship all) around. I have too lit;h ; "so': : BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED.
ha sickly you aroused which will 'take the,two or.three of the best clerks in' an !lmowttutt I got after awhile that S
healthy,lanhmghumans remai ping term of a demand that a sufficient,office the size of this one 'oufhKe"! !regard for'the intelligence ani aggressive when I ,beard 4 footstep; on tbe stairs I SS

AH a Drnjjuts blessing cell ever Mother'to you Friend and its at country.$.00- appropriation be made to pay all post.I riously! cripple! the public sefrlcc and I. spirit of the business men of could tell ninety-nine times out of a

rite for oar frit Boot"Motl *rhooci" office clerks a fait price for the (labor under the most favorable oonditioa's-! thiscountry: to believe for a single bnn4red'wbetler or not the person'war e..j..e..... ..OQ.........eNNeio.e0.e0eNN..

lilt BRADFIELD REGULATOR CO. Allauta. C. performed. Much ,Is required of theme:the damage could not be repaired for moment that it ,,would be necessary! to comics to any.officer: : J'- S. REESE-Prssfdeot/! E. W. MEXEFEE. CasQler.o !

I do core than simply acquaint them "w,,}}. that js strange," replied hie R..I.. CART. Vfce-Presldent. .

mU .t 9r lntwnWS w..J n ..nsr. 1 with the situation and they will dJth.e I friend. '"Yocr' .acute.eas* "of' hearing muST I THE PEOPLE'S BANK OF PENSACOIAt :'
rnm& have been'very:
flm : ; : till! ;
rest, by moving as one man to, ,
yot so.much that; replied the law: Director -L. J.' R'.eves, J.. $. Reese, W. DeC. Kessler. R. M. Cary,
I change the existing conditions of yer. "'1Q tj.-sec, I made' up my mindthatvtheyVrefe : VV. A. D'AlemDerte,'-T. A; Jennings, J. J. Hooten. i

Let the Phonograph bathe After Dinner Speaker e Ii i if things.therefore ask that you as President jI t ninety-cine'Viaes fit opmlns cut: nt to a my hnndredSpoonsful office, I I f TRANSACTS A GENERAL YOUR ACCOUNT BANKING IS RESPECTFULLY BUSINESS. SOLICITED. e ; ;

of the Chamber of Commerce of and :" I ......... ... ......... ............. ..G.... O. ..
few selections this Pcnsacola, inaugurate a. r wa{ rtw t
When' are too full:for' utterance a nn
1:1 your guests movement'l ,
and request the hearty ,
.., matchless entertainer would be very rnuch appreciated and a never- fi: I every commercial boay: in I .- L-, j

I of to all for-days to come. 'E ; of the country, praying Congress: to ....
pleasure ..
1 ending source I Ii classify! the clerks in all first and second R. !V.Cary. "" oMassy.
;l class office, ,and a law fix I of! w J
The and EDISON With hundreds of records. it ing the salaries of clerks based upon r"-4 1iI ..WlLo1eaa1.+ R.t&lI D :.';

i VICTOR the, l length- service rendered. I I Steam, Domestic, Anthracite COAL
Let; that law also provide for an annual and Blacksmith 4

To choose from will insure a pleasant evening in any house. Daily 1:1 : increase of $l09, provided the Grape Nuts Offics- -;';o. ,45 South Palafox street. Tdephone 93. J

t] recital in our store free. AND; Ten Dollars .WIlJ put? a piano in'your. Ji i faithful Postmaster senl ran eunUl report such efficient salaries ant : N Yard corner Tarragona and Gonzalez streets. Phones 6 and 272 | 'i.: '

home. Ask us about particulars. Sheet music at just half the pub'm' shall'.have reached from $800 to, $1,00( I WrrH CREAM I I -tJI"to1! ....
; BEST in second: class offices and from $900to :. u'.
the and
,sell only "pay E i: ---- ---- -- 'r;;t
lished prices. Buy a piano, we ) .S1.2M, in first cJass'offices. The result For;: 'thi: cereal part of a Break
when like." i.t i.. will be to increase the efficiency Tfast ,will add tone. and vigor I E. B. ACOST4 & CO. Prompt delivery to any part of the :
! you ___ __--_ ..__;=======' ====== ======= t*. of the service: and very clerk will ., Ito the, tntal machmery .I city .iti'
J 114-1t6S.P.tafoxSt. : I have an Incentive to perform more \' all' Office and Yard-22 to 23 N. Tarragona
-: Oldest and Largest MH'o PhonelS tit .; work.and: render better service: J Ii b&.safa iaid A.taif D.af_. Tn' St.. Pensacola. Fla. .Phone 363. i
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Music House in PEN 5 ACOLA Very respectfully. Reason" I
a Florida l tor't. \\\ H. XORTHUP.Postmaster.. Theresa_ a COAL WOOD AND ICEL W
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Special to The Journal Two Grateful: Letters from Women Who 'Avoided
Seen Heard and Done Among Those Who Go C rid .
Chumuckla. 'Jan. 30Mr. Harry V .Mc Serious Operations.! -Many Women Sufferingfrom.

Women and Here and Elsewhere' David! :who has charge of the commlssery Like, Conditions Will Be Interested.
Tarry g Society .
I : V _at camp 10 for the A>ger-Sullivan -

people made a flying trip hom

g By E. NELLIE ,BECK. Telephone 669. '. ;.', :.-. last Saturday. |
...: :-... ts. tJ Mr, Oscar1'Gentry of Bluff Springs, --

was a visitor: to pur town last ,week.Mi I

f WILKINS-LAMBERT V 1 V \ Albett! McDavfd: made,.n.,flyIng !

UNION The wed AT 'lng ST. ceremony MICHAEL that united I The, Journal's Daily Fashion ;Feature: J We Keep Butter to Sell !. We,tripto are having.,Century'a hog last:killing Saturday time; V up-1!i I ; 4 %

Mr. Alclde B. Lambert of this city tadiMlsa I .1." ",,. H ,, This: butter is shipped ,refrigerator ,: here" Last year the cholera, )bad.,he

r, ; Philipa Wilkins of Warrington 'V V ", (.. 'r.." .. 1 V servlc from Illinois and w knoy it. Ii same sort of a time-but. we got ;

,). Fla., was celebrated In St. Michael I \ pure, fr sh aol wholesoms.!. start of it. th'-J! time, theI' ; .
church last evening at 5:30, Rev. 0 c'j
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r Fox .Mr, m Hoscbcoai the hustling = :: ::
Father Fullerton officiating in the e .. River Butter.Th3 : : rep 'e : V.V VVi
presence of a large number of friends .' "; J '-: I 1t Buttsr that pleases tha classes icsentative: of The Pensacola Journal' :=

? end acquaintances of the happy ',, : ,. rJ If'. ",f.,: and the ma's es- spent the night with us a few nights, :;?
I couple. '. : : / ". 35 CENTS PER POUND. ;:VVas :+ =
::.: ; ago and we compliment The Journal) 4- -
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The bride has an extended family
('n havlnj such an up-to-date hustling -
: connection on both sides of her house > .:" ;-, : ; ROSENAU & GERELDS ycung V fellow in the field. He captured ', iri -
and the relatives alone would make : "" V
amends" while In San-
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an admirable assembly in themselves ; VV '. ': V The Fancy Grocers ( Roa. Guess be will come .;sin. .;
and they too were out to witness the 'Ij. Phone 331. Pensacola. We h.,
pe so 'any way. V VV I I
marriage and extend best wishes. "'i Ur John
Fowler of McDavid
V was
,. ;While the guests were assembling ; V .... ; i
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V .: : a visitor on our side of the river Sun, argrIe4ezflV $aryretA1eth',
V Mrs, W H Beckwith rendered an enjojable V I
V 'I For Expert Watch Repairing and day.liT V V i .. -- .-
organ recital. as follows: /4 \
; Neil McCaskill who is
: 1. Bridal Eve.-(Polish Voluntary). : ronnect.1'c
.- Engraving, go to wiih the .\1.?(Sullivan woman, suffering VegetableCompound had saved other womm
2. Grand Nuptial March-(Haen- :1' V' Whep apbyscIsnelI5a
Century was at tome with hIs parents i. from female trouble, that an from serious operations I decided to try n,
liens). ;, J. F. DAVIS the Jeweler Fun Jay.. and in less than four months I was entirely
V 3. "Aubade de la fiancee." I operation is hedessary it, of course, fail .
Mr, Itfnry: C. McCaskill originallyof : cured; and words to expre my tha.fulneeL"
; 4. "CoEU: r:5: et "f>U rs." : made'' frightens her.;
213 Texas, but( of Tennessee !
South now
Pahfox StrejJ.
: 5. Entrance March-Lohengrin. V The thought of the operatingtable of '
a .short visit to relatives at Nora : very Miss Marpret Merkley, 275: 3d
V 6. Ceremony Voluntary Iedlta.tion. '.. The Latest Designsm Watches day .or two ago.Frother \1 and the knife strikes terror to Street. Milwaukee Wis,,writes:
."-(Morribon), : ., ... V I her heart. As one' woman expressedit. Mrs. Pinkham
Mor'ey' the Methodist minister IJear
;- 7. Exit-"Marche aux Flambeaux." when told by her physician that she
: and j Jewelry. I>n this_ circuit fil'ed! his first ap- "Loss of strength, extreme nervonsnw\
;As the strains of the wedding: march : must undergo an operation she felt severe shooting pains through the pelvic'
V Bounded the bridesmaid Miss Ella I 1 pontmrnt' at{ Coon Hill csuica Sun-, that her death knell had sounded.Our organs cramps bearing-down pains, and anirritable

; iDure of Mobile1:1... in a dainty and .. tb-e day rHh table near those little shelves areall] pleased with new : medical advice. The doctor, after
becoming gown of Benzi ilk fluffy .: ". ; our pastor who are there for jut such operations! makingan
where I keep my extra china: and he and wish him much succ bs. b1ppiD -' It true that these troubles examination, said that I had a serwusfemale
with is quite
lace trimmings and carrying a
got in a habit last summer of coining: SS and prosperity in this. his na.w I trouble and ulceration. and adnsed an
reach an operationis
cluster of white (carnations appearedfrom : may a as my only hope. To this I strongly
the main entrance and approach.I iu in a hurry and laving his hat rigntou : field labor. .Let us contribute free I the only resource but such cases are objected operation-and I decided as ft last resort to try
ed the altar alone. I the top of the plates. I I Iy to the ministry am the good cause much rarer,than generally supposed Lydia E. Pmkham's Vegetable Compound.
Followingcame the bride lovely in I "Well it didn't look Just right, 'but, I fear.Brother Morley will have a good because a great many women have "To my surprise the ulceration heated,all
: her soft bridal rob of white crepe de '" 1 didn't na> hm: abot it. When he'd deal of trouble in gett'ng to his different been cured by, .Lydia E.' Pinkham's the ted symptoms! (disappeared and I am one*
done It half a dozen I The blazes the more strong vigorous and well; and I cannot -
appp'ntraents doctors
silk times jast put a on Vegetable (Compound after: the
chine over white her veil of
thanks for what has
it don
'White silk tulle gracefully caught in 1 sheet of sticky flypaper on top. of the trees are 'getting so d'm! on the s
; her hair by a diamond crescent. She piates. : called l' "Public, Roaas": he can't see 1 formed. In fact up to thepoint where Serious feminine troubles are steadily
carried bride and leaned Mile never s said! anything; about it, them. V V the knife must be used to secure instant
the arm of her brother Mr. Walker upon for he knew what, 'I meant after that )Ir., R: I. Bryant of Jay V was down relief. this medicine is certain to help. before on the increase among to women-and
submitting an
:Wilkins who her t night. That's why ,I say if folks will L last Sunday afternoon. The strongest and most grateful operation
; gave away. should try Lydia E.Pinkham's .
The and his best man Mr. use a little tact they've no ,need to: :Misses!! Kate .and Maude"Jernigan of statements possible to make come from every
groom / Vegetable. Compound and
Henry Pfeiffer awaited them at the / have any trouble with boarders-not Wallace, were V among the attendants! women who. by taking Lydia E. Pinkham's write Mrs. Pinkham at Lynn, Mass
chancel ', .. a blt.-Youth's Coripanion. at church Sunday I I Vegetable Compound, have
for advice.
After lbe ceremony the britfal party i i .. ,.' ".. .4. V .. ,Mr. R. T. Denmark. of Wallace, was escaped serious operations- For thirty years Lydia E. Pinkham's
were driven to the home Of the i The Home Missionary Society of r' shaking hands with friends. in Chu- Margrita Ryan. Treasurer of St. Vegetable Compound has been curing
monther Mrs. Angeline brlde'I'I! V V V ':: V ; the Pamfox M. Bv church wil! meet I' muckla Sunday.A. Andrew's Society, Indianapolis. Ind, the worst forms of female complaints

Fl&harville on the bayshore, where aj I'I ,,:' ". (.3 V in the church Thursday afternoon at T Coffee the bookkeeper of thai writes of her cure as follows: all functional troubles inflammation,

large reception was held. the Quests'' t 3:30: o'clock and all,ladies who have!'i J'Pace Turpentine Co. made a flying Desr Mrs.PinkbamI :- ulceration, falling and displacement,

following in carriages or by the Ter-J ; V ; V .. mite boxes arc requested to turn t trip to Milton Thursday.Mrs. cannofind words express ray thanks weakness. irregularities,9 indigestionand
minal cars. ,I V : V them in.. 'I W F McAr'hur of Chumuck for the good Lydia E- Plnkham \egetable nervous prostration. Any woman

; The rooms were decorated in evergreens -: ":, .:' V' ); ...."' la.,'was a. visitor at Nora last week. Compound did me. The doctor said I could who could read the many grateful
the colors pink and white pre- V V :'., Mr. Ford of St. Louis, \ir, Watts of Miss Lena McArthur, who Is teach- not get well unless I had an operation for letters on file in Mrs. Pinkham's office
suffered. I knew I
the trouble from which I
Tailing everywhere I V V Memphis, and Mr. Talmadge of New I school visited relatives here Sunday. could not stand the strain of an operation and would be convinced of the efficiency of
Mrs. Wilkins mother of the bride in' : York are a trio of gentlemen who,, Miss Maggie McCaskil] was a guestof made un my mind I would be an invalid for her advice and Lydia E. Pinkham's
handsome black silk. Miss EthelWilJtina .: FOR EVERY. DAY WEAR. V : spent Sunday in with college I the Misses :McArthur last week. life Hearing how Lydia E. Pinkham's. Vegetable Compound.

sister of the bride Miss Lena Those little hip-length coats which grain silk, while the:. stitching In I' friends. I )olr. Wm Walton returned from isk Mrs. PlaUian's AdvIce-A Woman, Best Understands a Wsnaa's: Ills.HAVEYOUVA .
Ie Hester niece and :Miss Margie Wilkins -+- I Brewton., Ala, Friday after making a
the daa'lers
clasignate as the pony coat, heavy silk throughout the suit are in Two short 'visit
cousin of the bride in dainty colored dainty little daughters arrived I to his family.
silk gowns assisted the bridal partyIn and which' have already created a brown. The skirt:, which reach3s a ut the home of Mr.' and Mrs O'iver; We bad considerate: excitement ,fora
receiving. furore in the'early spring: styles. appear trifl3 below the tops of the tan cloth J.. Semmes last evening. One Is few minutes here Sima&y: afternoon qf"w.. "V V VW WWW WW1..O ... ........06+tO

V Miss Modeste Wilkins, :Miss in the misses suits as well a?: gaitars or spats, has box pleat, panel l named, Emily Campbell for the mother when Mr Holland discovered Mr. W.

1 I Atfgeline Hester and V Miss Malvina is thU-e material for ladies' w*r. Broadcloth I effects, front back and sides, with the, of Mrs. Semmes and,the other Amante F. McAJlhur's residence on fire. Thei |; !

:; V Davenport attractive ,nieces of the the used in this instance. alternating panels jut; In points at for Mrs. O. J. Semmes Sr., of Mobile.I: fire was. soon extinguished.; i
Ths coat hangs loose from the shoulder )' knee depth and an Inverted :I ."V : The Escambia Land Co's. ;'
il forhfc all in pretty white frocks presided pleated new en-
....:: at the punch bowl which was to the hip line, thus serving to. flounce applied thereto with heavy!I Miss Meta Rosenau'of Louisville arrived glue,with nine cars and three miles of! HOUSE TO FURNISH i

1 embowered in pink and white flowers conceal the awkward lines of the'im-I stitch!ngs.; Tho: hit Is Jaunty sailor:I Sunday on a,',visit, to her sister steel rails has arrived and the eagine! .

!i7> on, a soft green background. matura girlish figure. The fronts aredoublebraasted I shape in brown milan banded with Mrs. Morris Bear. '_ will be put to work at once i! '
V thij winter Are In '
need of more
you of :
4 : The rear porch had been canvassedin fastening with three V brown velvet:, th, three brown and A1 An engine was 'deniled, here Saturday V : one or piecesnow
and improvised into a charming refreshment large brown bone buttons. the broad'' blue quills held In place by the large; Mrs. Mitch Jacoby entertained with, No one was hurt in the 'wreck > ? Say "yea"' to either question and you owe it tosourself *

room with ferns and sailor collar of a golden brown gros i i silt buckle at the left -El1e.; V an oyster roast Monday night on the! and a fJwdars: work will put everything I : or to the mone)'- arner to come to the "Buy- :

V natural flowers and numberless Japanese ,. bj shore for the visiting young ladies I In order a a'n. | 9. 'v-Pay-LaUr" Furniture Emporium. The positive and *
lanterns. In the center of the r Mrs D. .ld. McDavid 'Visited f. thorough-going character of our Furniture is what di* :

I round table decorated with pink and cut glass and brie a brae, and more I contributed to the pleasure. and to tne. Mr. and Mrs. F. R. Osborhe left yesterday -, fives here last week. rela.I : linguistics it from the shf1dind you are sometimes .
V '. white ribbons. a basket of natural pink substantial tokens of affection includ- profit of the club members. for their home in Jacksonville 'R. Powell of Milton made a offered bv those who care nothing for jour future trade.Won't :

, ; ano white flowers was reflected*,In a Ing a checqne for $50 from Capt. Peter Miss :Julia Whiting read a ,delight. after ependink week with relatives: ness trio here Saturday. ; you come In to-day? .

mirror bordered with ferns and'smilax Alba of Mobile Ala., only brother of I ful paper on "Elizabethiaa Manor Mrs. Charles Priced of Salisbury;' N. Jim.Campbell made a flying trip to',. .

: while the pink and white flowers ,were the bride's mother. Houses" C.. sister of Mrs. Osborne who has Pensacola '' week.HERPIC1DENO i MARSTON & QUINA :
V scattered about the surface among the Delightful music throughout\? the Mrs. Hannah gave,a picture of "the spent' several weeks with their rla- 'I. ,

- : decorated candles and candlesticks. evening added to the pleasure of the Marie Stuart of Fiction," as dealt of lives: has gone to Atlanta. f.. V r I i.

i jr Many beautiful presents were displayed -occasion. In the fascinating 'View of her as pre* A* 88 . .. .. ... ... 108x110 S. Palafox St. Phone 148. Pensacola; Fla. i

Including quantities of silver, Mr.Guests and Mrs.present Thomas from Doody abroad and were two I sented Felix and in "The then Queen's as she appeared Choir," by in home Mr. .ast1eburrla.Brawner las returned, ,after spending to hisI V THE REAL-TEST. :......... .. ..................................;

children, Mrs. Alphonse Levett, Mr. Scott's novel clo in.g'ith Burns's the winter with his son :Mr. F. E,, Of 'Heroicldc i Is In Giving It a Thor- --- ,
Nelson Mr. Williams Mrs. Annette -
tuuuIIII.U.uIUMIII.IuIuurr I beautiful poem.V Brawner and family Mr. Brawner Is I ough Trial. .
and Dure and Miss Dure of Mobile Ala., Mrs. Fred Howe will be' '' he. next'''an Alabama Veteran put keeps youth There is only one test-by which tof B****:\tR Hff* H- ,"" :i"i
Mrs.. James Wilkins of Montgomerj. I'
) I Ala. ful and shames many: a !younger man .judge of the effic! :ency of any article! | DIAMONDS WATCHES ?
I Mr. -+- ,I by his active enth slasm. I. and .that Is by its ability to ao that] JEWELRY, ;
and Mrs. Lambert at h'oeto .
I their freinds at 805 West are Be
1 this city where they will reside. The "Raise jour chin Just a little," said The O'Connel-Touart wedding takes 'tigers may took nice and'smell ntce, ,
: A Lady j groom, who came to Pensacola. five the photographer. ; V place in' St. Michaef'church this evening l but the point Is-do they eradicate! % SILVERWARE, f fv
from New "This is as high as I choose to at 430. V I Dandruff and stop falling hair? ; I
jjears I ao; Orleans is well ART POTTERY OPTICAL
I and ,favorably known in both cities raise it, was the austere response of V No, they do not but Herpicide does.! GOODS,
from which congratulations are still I Mrs. Vicksenn. "If 'the effect 'I is not The Murphy-Rupert wedding takes because it goes to the root of the evil' $ CUT GLASSWARE.
coming. 1, to jour liking you can lower.your machine. place ,this evening In St. Mlcha'elchurch' and' kills the germ that attacks the) |

Demonstrator -.- 1I I ."-Chicago Tribune.. V V at 550.: "' [papilla from. whence the' hair. gets its! i
I -+-- 'life V V I
: I TO MARRY IN SAVANNAH. I TACT ILLUSTRATED. V Th?y'r the cheapest as well as the I Letters from prominent people $- Engraving and Fine: Stationery. |

' Mrs. T. Hernandez announces the, A boardiff'* house' mistress looked best. Ask your grocer' for Blue Rib everywhere are daily proving that| fc V T

; will be here this week r engagement of her daughter Miss!!(tat ,her latest guest with a firm but bon Lemon anTl Vanilla. Absolutely rI J Newbro's: Herpicide'V stands the "test'o IXU VV
I Janie now in Savannah to )Ir. J. cheerful expression 'of countenance pure. 'Go's twice! "63 far and gives *',use,'* .V V V

; Monday, Tuesday, 'Thomas .Aranda of that city. The and allowed. the faintdst hint, of a) desserts _the_" lue1PlbboF1avor." I It is a delightful .dressing' cl.ear., v Mail Orders ,Receive' Prompt'ttention.. i
wedding will take place the latter smile to play over her features. V pure ana' tree from oil r"grease. -f.. -'
V f and Wednesday, and part. of February. "Oh. no I never ave any. trouble I To/ sale by W. V A, ?D'\'emberterdn -

-.-- with my boai-Jars; ," she said briskly.. II I ipst' and apotnecary.. 121 South!
. will demonstrate MARRIED LADIES MET "I don't see any need of nagging;'em, 11 GONZALEZ Pa'a! (ox street, or send0c() in stamps' i- Q. Zadek Jewelry Co. i

WITH MRS. HIRSCHMAN. if they don't do Just as they would in I for sample to The Herpicde: Co, Detroit -|

The Married Ladies Afternoon their own homes and"as they'd like to } !ch. ; MOBILE, ALA. *

i E. R. Durkee 6 Co.'sSalad Euchre had a' pleasant meeting with see be done in by; but.1 when generally I' let them I I II 1 **:V#*Sf V ***M V V *:*- J*fraHKWMf*****#****
Mrs. Ike Hirshman on the bayshore. some way approve of Special, to The Journal. _
their --- ---
Tuesday. doings. I Gouzalez, Jan. 30,-A cold! wave' ; "TTI I j'--- -
I I Mrs 'Morris Bear won,the first prizea "For instance, there was,Mr. Cranv struck our little villag last week. i
I DressingYou II II lovely centerpiece of eyelet em tonS one of my best ,boarders, a, real Miss Nettie 'f plola" of Pen ac l1'j, Rubber J Bands Oottroll,

j I broider, Mrs.Alfred Moog the secona!' well-meaning. yOung man, but pretty and Mr. Pelham. of Bambridsr*, Ga,{ I SAGE LEAVES FINE PHOTOGRAPHS.

I I a beautiful sofa pillow. and the guest careless. He sits down. at the! end ofThere's visitsd Mr. and :Mrs. B. E. Whiddoaj j Pensacola Fla.

all know |'prize a dainty drawnwork handker. i __-_.- __.. last Tuesday. ', VV V I i
that That
... chief went to Mrs..SIdnej Kahn. Mrs. Z T Bowman and daughter i Jan. 30.-Tha thunder 1 I
I repent ]
i -+- I """' Mrs Price Graham, of Brewton ss., :: l'snowel"3 :
Durkee's is the finest NEW CITY LADIES were attended with driving
are visiting Mrs. Ja*. A., Ho'man.M'ss I
t. V I j tiopical wind1) which might be called \
aDifference i : Stella Lowell leairned last I I \
t Salad Dressing sold, The New City Ladies Club met with II the antipodes of northern blizzard
we2k from I Montgomery, Ala., after avery ,
Mrs. James T Gerelds Tuesday and I. When the weather re-action came
r and the ladies Ii I pleasant stay of one w ek with wnd '
are ( pent a ,delightful afternoon playing; in V V the the driving north !! culminated in
friends and rtative V V are kind that evenroffice
flinch and enjoying a social time. ?;" an Icy formation on Wednesday '
f therefore'invited to I' Mrs D. Herbert Allen of Bagdad, S nun wants and .
Mrs. B. P. Bache was the'Charming morning.
-'*:: Fla, is the her i : shouU hav Ther 's
guest of mother, Mrs.A. x
f guest and the full membership was Ice Cream. p The sun came out after noon, but V
call and in whatan Lowell. nothing more annoying I
see ,
present. ,: the cold wind baffled Its effort to melt PURE
A dainty luncheon of chicken salad i s *' ')Ir. S. Graham ..of Brewton. Misa..I V V than to have the rubber away the ice.. I I

infinite varieties of sandwiches, olives, hot chocolate with I Have you ever polkedIt : .' was called suddenly to the bdaIde! bands you're putting A wintry cordbreaker: scemd inevitable .
whipped cream cake ana bon bons ? If hot' you, should try of his 'wife Mrs. Graham last Satur- V V around papers. or a pack- for Thursday morning, but DRlSII

IV: ways it may be served followed the flinch. theKandy : day morning. V V *V ase to break one after,n1 Bro. Reed cams! to the rescue with a

t. The next meeting will be ,with Mrs. Mr. Fonda Seals, of Pensacola, ,i3. : other We have the kind I forecast of warmer weather for Thurs
Charles Born. V visiting relatives: here. 't that wont break ?
Kitchen day. anI accordingly! the wind abated
-+- Mr. Robert Little and R Davis visited I F
i LIBERAL clouds left the sky, and calamity
DELIGHTFUL MEETING Gonzalez Thurs dav. ,
> to the "truckefs
wag: snugly aYert I.
OF THE NOMADS. Quality V Miss Stella Lowell Mr. and Mrs. E:' SIZED PACKAGE The Pensacola earthquake has not

The Nomads, who have entered upon G. Bonifa and Miss Nettle Tapiola jet been felt In the int rior. CANNOT
makes f
good Imprcs-
1 the twelfth year of their existence zion a attended the play "Check is" at the FOR ,25 CENTS. the rumbling of a train on ,that "com.Ing" HEALTH'S ,GATE UNFOLD."
Sol Cahn & Co held a particularly lnter 3tin'g meeting every tImeWhen_ opera house last Thursday night.) railroad is h ard'we may look b'
Jold'c3.n the drugs
Monday afternoon with Mrs. you have tasted' it one Miss'Lena Munt s, who i Is attending 4 We hairs ail' But the buy
time 'ouNUl .., fizes from for .a volcano to burst forth from the which will loosen a cramp"
Thomas V. Hannah nineteen mem- .n( no college in many
Pensacola. visiting her I
the mall bands '
very V to old fort on North H'HJ! gals
other. and health
bars being} present. The subject for Same "ai' to-our stomach or muscl
mother. '
Mrs. Jas. Mullins.Mr.
; The Pure Food Store :the very larg wide VV The "land sharks"
y'bCare 1
t discussion wo "Marie Stuart" Hot Chocol.t'eKandy V Arcbta cretins; I will roil wide open when you app L. & N .
; tanas.Coe's
such in real
a flutter estate have chniica
Mrs. Mellen, Miss Adams, Mrs employee has his extra gang at. work ar V may them rightly. Pure drugs,
Gonzalez and'Mrs., Campbell Avery ---- V an inside fOrt'caet'ot important coming medicines, toilet and sick room aeCC"
Southvtst Corntr Pilifei' and Intendsacla.t : .. at !Roberts and GolJz lfZ. r '
; read brief ppersvlng very widely V : events which. cast their shadows I sork, perfume, soaps-evrjttte: *

f differing view* of her character eacn .1I};spepsja! Is our'nailo nal ailment. !!' btef re. for the bath or shaving here.

Phones 1178 giving her own personal -views as well Kitchen Cafe TaOS, MCMILLAN.A .
t \ Burdock Blod Bitter is the, national Bookstore HOOTOH'S PHU1AOY!
as Judging from an historic point of cure for :t. It strengthens stomach ,
view, which was very interesting.Mrs. ; .. sp ific for pain::-Dr. Thomas' Ec- of- Promt Delivery.
104S.Palafox..PliQne999 membranes promotes flow of dige'stlve The Birth Place
Fred O. Howe presented a. new leetric 'Oil strongest, cheapest Unl-
.I V vi.Marie: Stuart in verse, which juicsa, purifies the blood, builds' :; 21,3 S.Pa1afz.Stre!!, ment ever "vised. .household remedy OPEN ALL NIGHT.

.- ":.' -.'. ," '- V i you up. S .;_: ... VV___ V ........ In America for'25 y ars.- PHONE 1100.

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: .. :, OPPORTUNITIES [I't"'/.'., J r --

Invest in to never make better money than' real I estate have ,prop were i,| QUICK SALE :- l HOOTON '&; WATSON ,

erties on my sale list that will 'net
you ': 1 block .W. K. Tract.' worth.,$1250. Thos. C. Watson 6 Ca.:

10 PER CENT AND MORE i'6 lots :4'. houses:, \\'O'th..i"$2200"

besides Increasing in valuj. You 112 lots, houses. : ,E. K. Tract worth Leading Real Estate Rental' and Insurance Agency

Real Estate Now double :your money in vacant lots can I Ii f ., .. ....' J .'. '.. .. ...$2500 ,
am selling at. t 18 lots, 2 hous.E.! K. Tract worth

$50 AND $60 PER LOT. I ,.. ,,,.? .. .r.,. >... ..,, {. .. '..$22oJf : A Few '
/ Attractive in Real 'Estat
t $1.00 casa and 50 cents per week. I : : lots: K. K.;Tract worth.. .. $225 Offerings
Why wait. Get rignt In ahead of others. ,Have the best 6 lots N. C. :Tract worth..J $603
for yourself. Real estate values arc daUy' incraasiny, I ", $15.000.DO-A large brick 'building on a good business' corasr.

I whilou'. ,. loElng opportunities.You're : -, .j.' : $87751ncouie'from $$7,500.00; large lot, lying west! of and near Palafox St. about 250
: : : ;J. ; I ; abo\e ftt front by 192 ft. deap. A bargain '
f : LESLIE pr
; S S:1-:1: : .' E. BROOKS
: 7.250.00-Large
2-i brick Halt
w month. This: ; is a rare.bargain and jl >tory building, opposite site of New City
> / sti, This must be sold at once, or will'be withdrawn from market..
LosingOpportunities { { want 'at
5ometblng2od us
you ;
t. 204% 8. Palafox St.. Fisher Building. i onc $S,250.00Largestory dwelling with 10 rooms. servants quarter.

# .. '$7600.00 Gets' U Today. modern conveniences. Stone sidewalk. Lot SO by ISO ft, West
't "
;' Part>> caih balance on time.
& For Sale very nice cottage On North Hayne St. with lot 80 by

YOU take in having a fire insurance' 125tL$2O00.00Larg
FOR SALE-17 lots North Railroad I policy: written up without knowing.: ? two-story: dwelling on North Davis street. Very de.I -
That won't come back, to get in on the ground floor. Why street Excellent location for: L. S.- & CO. anything about the company that Issues \ sirable.

-j not buy now pay a part down and annual or semi-annual factory sites or resident the policy. In case of fire luck $$2,000.00 iota on East Hill car line: southern exposure, overlook

t payments for balance? Ask about this proposition Price $1,250.00. Term. to 20\-/z\ Thieten Building. may get :you back what you paid in ing bay. One of the prettiest buildingsites on East HilL

Lots, cars Journal. 30janlw* Phone 918 premiums or it may not. ; $1, Comfortable! cottage on Brent Road near Cotton Compress.!
I II S1,100.OG-Flv6 room dwelling, with large lot on corner East Chase

I FOR SALE-Furniture and otheri -- -- ._ ----;- .- Substantial Insurancewe street.$1OOO.OOFlve. .
household articles; also. a fine talk very desirable building lots; making a frontage of 200
Peosacola' : vestment Co ing parrot, at 100 South Bajlen St. CITY PROPERTY write ip daily. Companies represented ': ft. near Stoddart's Place.!

I 2Janlw'FOR are a si" solid aj adamant,.,Quit!
A. H. f?'4L Af BERrf, SALE Good family horse at a taking chances when our safe policiesare : CURITY. ON SHORT NOTICE, AND AT LITTLE COST TO BOR-
city cheap
Manager.W. SALE as as questionable
bargain, or will trade for mule or FOR ones.! ROWER.
Call. t
.H. KKOWLIS. President! R. B. SISIPSoi: secretary. good work horse. Geo. Vucovich.. Jan.2Slw I WE RESPECTFULLY SOLICIT A SHARE OF 'YOUR PATRONAGE .


I Real Estate, Loans, General Investment I FOR SALE-House at Gouldins on HERE ARE SONEBIRGAIE |t-McDavid-Hyer (Company, j TORY. PLACE YOUR' BUSINESS IN OUR HANDS AND INSURESATISFACTION.

| hard road..rooms, hath and, kitca-: I ,FIRE INSURANCE PLACED IN FIFTEEN OF
215 South Palafox Street Pensacola I j en; nice stable. Strictly cash. M. One whole block containing; 24 lots Life Agents New York : THE""VERY OLDEST FIRE COMPANIES. IF YOU WANT TO
Florida. Insurance
S. Borras. Standard Oil Co.'s:: office; in Wsst:;! King; Tract"near car line. 8 E. I RENT A DWELLING OR STORE. OR DESIRE A RENTAL. AGENT
l n3aco'a. Ia.: SOjanlm which will! double I In a ,short; time. Government Street. WE RESPECTFULLY ASK YOU TO CONSULT US.
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---- --- : Phons 7CO. Pensacola.. Fla. I
For quick sala.. ',. .. ;,$300.CO' .
0:=- FOR SALE-Tao: orTh ; wagons, Three corner lots,'on East Hill car'

WANTED I 1 drays and horss cheap, if' takn I Jme,'.southern "exposure and overlook: HOOTON&WATSON
HELP WANTED, I within a few days. Phone 614 or apply -[ ing bay. \ beautiful building site *, ,

- STENOGRAPHER .at 403 N. Reus street. 27 Jan. .I $950.00. ,. I I Timber Lands I PHONE 54., 34 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET..
--A boy to do work I --
Two five room cottages East
FOR-\ Second-hand | Greg i ilory
with first-class firm. buggy I
desires position around store. Apply to The LewIs, $1;) month....$12 >
renting .00 .
Best of references furnished.d- Bear Co. 31jii'11..1W : cheap. Apply F.. A. Rogers, 908 E. : Six per East I -.--- --- ------'--'. .-.-;r-;;.=-:- ,:: .-...-._-:T ---.--.,-:? ..trProessionaDectory:=
room cottage Wright
Jackson, 1143. '
or phone :
Journal. 27janlw
"Ijah\\ares* '. care TED-A good nurse. Good posl-1 [I ptret.. .. H" ..I., .. ..$1350. For Sale Miscellaneous --I !

lion to, right person. Apply 610! WOOD WORKING MACHINERY;,I Modern six roonx.stpry and a half' .
POSITION WANTED as bookkeeperor : house, East Cervantes fine horns! tw i > V r-uxrijxruKriJxnju jxr
6" Moulder ;
one four
North heads, 150
Bayl-n St. :"SOjanWANTED. Alive W. Herman -
: :
double entry derk about March I DRESSMAKING is
knives and cutters. One wood $1900.00. 'I i ,
Am 30 of Address 'I hav splendid, has ned a %iitt-cIajs dressmaking -1 YHOS. PESiLEY
1 years aga. .-Cemsnt finishers and'150 knives and cutters. One woodworker I I, We them. Several op ,
"Book'pp," care Journal.! 27janlw plasterers at building, No. -IS'Xa\"y or jointer with two heads I large and small turpentine locations. shop, a>. her Tvsde5'5; : Wo E. LAW. REAL ESTATE. LOANS AND
Saw Mlhs! Saw mill locations. Intendancia. Ladies invit<4 .1.) call.Zkan's COLLECTIONS,
WANTED Position by registered Yard._ R. ,I. Kennedy. SOJanlw* knives, rabiting tools, saws, etc. One; C. R. YAEGER t and. '
'36" Some excellent! bargains in large'and : PALAFOX AND ROMANA.
druggist of 17 years' experience. Address circle rcsa"w, late t pattErnfo; -
WANTED.-Fiften I small trada of round and boxed: PHQNE 659.
good: plasterers C'EMTERY SEXTON..
"Druggist care Journal. ;, bevel and straight boards, with saw 202 Thiesen Building.' Phone 332
on building No. 45, Navy Yard. I I' timber lands. : CAPT. MADSEN haD been appointed --------------.S---:
27anlw !'complete.: One Edger Harbor and :- V
_ SOJanlw* I Large tracts of Mississippi Delta: ,
three from 10" seJ.ton. of St. John's cemetery. Pea-
saws to 20". Belts, .1
WANTED.-First-class millwright, cir- od counter shafts; main line and Hardwood lands. !t sons desiring Jots cared for can arrange fiAfEiI.;
shafting and
WANTED.-Lad..y or gentleman I : D.IIALE valuable
rular saw filer and hammerer Is: )''puU 's. Machines WILSON fi CO. Splendid! list of property j with him. Owners of lots send
open) for r. position. Reference fur fair education to travel for firm of] ) comparatively: new. and fine location: for a Colony! or Stock, clean will pleas ,
$:!SO.OOO capital. Salary $1,072:: Selling on account of no further work Farm'in South East Georgia. 1 ing parsons to fame
nished. Address J. II. D., care Jour- per [ him 'so that no mistakes willie OPTICIAN3D6
for them. REAL ESTATE notify
Apply Henry Monk
general i I
ral office. 26jan3wWANTED. year, payable weekly. Expenses ad-1 I Some of the choicest residence committee.
contractor made. J. it!. Coe
vance-1. Address Go.: G. Clows, Pen. 16V.est: Gregory St., places! ithe beautiful little: city oft' THIESEN BUILDIGNDIRECTORY
.-Good horse and wagonand I Fl i I Pensacola or' Fort Barrancas. Fla. RENTS AND LOANS : t : _31jan2J.
sacola. 21 DeFuniak Springs. Fla. and in Milton .
Also : .. ,
harness for farm purposes. I & -. .. ..
I Fla. J : Co., Expert Wail -- -
good horso ani carriage must bG I SALE.-one nice grocery with Murphy
D. J. L. 26janlw MEN EVERYWHERE- $4.00 da.i1y-t)I market, attached. Must be sold by Our prices and terms are reason Paper Cleaners; frescoed ceilings
cheap. pass circulars, tacR signs--no canvassing February 1. $60.00.:; For Information We have the' following! special bar-) able. j cones and furniture and all varnished

WA TED:=I will receive orders for steady. Continental. Distributing apply A. Grecnhut, or address I.: grins in very desirable: real estate for) Cal on or:write to us.TURNER&AYMARD'. I j work cleaned ana! polished. Specialties '

invitations, wedding and visiting Co., Chicago.; 28janlw. M., care Journal. a few days only.SPECIAL. : All office desks and fixtures a Joppa Lodge, No. 6, I. 0. 0. F.

carda.1"3: mourning cards and sta; 'sta- I II specialty. The very latest method in Joppa Lodge. No.6, I. O. O. F,
tionery. :Mre. F. J. Moreno. 26 E. WANTED-.Agd nUr5\1lt to on I Moyer, on the square.. is still In the BARGAINS. the work of office and house,cleaning.No meets every Tuesday evening at 7:30 I

Gregory St._:25janl r. 701 the N.premises.Palafo ,Bring references.I]I I ring. Prices and qua'ity! never tetter.I 2 lots in block 170.New City, 80x137: dirt or trash to be removed when o'clock at Rarr rd Hall, West GardenSt.

WANTED CONTRACT LOGGING ,cornej Gadsden:! ; have at corner of Government anJ t et..on car hip e,,;; .," .:. .-. ... $400.001 I Real'Estate and work is finished. Personally responsible Visiting! brethren are"cordially in

TEAMS at once, ,either, by the, day, 2Sjan3tsWANTED I Alcaniz. ,a-.0rit-cIass, up-to-date meat 3, lots. coiner ,16th a\e. and Gads j for all damage which may occurduriffg vited.
or by tie thousand. Call at A}'cock' .,::AVhite mddea'seawomanfor 1: market. where I handl;
Bros. number Co. Aycock. Fla. nurse and general house work western and native beef, park, .mut- ;5 ,Jots froatFug Tqf4o'squaro in New, 115' O. Box 3-11. Pensacqla,, Fla. J. W. GI GLES.. S.:c. V
in small family. Can ,Itar :on I l'lon sausage hogs head cheeseetc.. City; _,.. ,:. .,. ,.;}. s,''.. _" ._ $\OO .OO P. O. Box J I DaFunlak. Springs,,fI rlda, 30janl\v* 3ljan6m. -

4jsnlw. _ _ premises if 'she desifes. Apply 301 W.I,.Let me give jou a few prices on' groI -f One.,'5-room house. with bath and ---- -. MISCELLANEOUS.:'
WANTED.-Real Estate for gale or'[Chase.,, 2&Jan.|I ceries: 20 pounds granulated sugar sewer connection! gs in every room; CAPT. FRITZ. J. M.
rent lease; or exchange. Your business S Jl.OO; :21 pounds Y. C. sugar $1.00; nice n..ishborbOQfL. If taken at Board and Rooms. STEAMER master. Passengers ,and Pensacola Lodge. No. 3, K. of P.

respectfully solicited. J. A. Wiloa. -.WAN'TED.-A 'saleslady. Call at N-J-.1,20, pounds'goodrrice, 1.00;,fancy coun-1 once; .t ,. ..' tr_ ... tH ... ..$1.450.03): ) T Rogers,service between Pensacola meets every Monday evening: at 7:30
* Real Estate Agent, 22& W. Government 1 114 S. Tarragona., St. 26jantw '.try fcj-rup ptr-alloa..,,3Sc. Call and 6 houses in block 17, West King;, ROOMS TO RNT 70S' E. Cervantes Freight : Baylen street o'clock at their temporary Castle Hall
street, Room 7, Salisbury: '[see us If yon want choice meats and Tract:renting; saw.OtJcpei- mouth win! St";;' Cjill. 'after: 4 pr. m.. No children.Cljanlw .,Ii'wharf ani Freportt Wednesdays Flat and "Sarurda1s.I "over. Pou stable., W. l tend nCIa' St.

buildmg Phone 172._:::jan! WANTED.-Colored.( girl for general I' -oceri<;:s. Phone 718. Chickens: ,and lend 2000.00 of-,necessary, u,$2600.001 I I : others desiring to see 1 Visiting. brethren cordially welcomed. ,
: house work. Apply 420 W. Roma:]. [fresh csss: country pork a sp' clalty. All of these propositions are bar-! TOURIST HOUSES'No. 222: and 104 I Tourists and Choctawhatchlrf 'J. A. KIRKPATRICK C. C.
KODAKERS get; Kauffman's prices na. 26janlw* rA. )IcnaldIo'er.: gains and will be held open for a few j jtays !places of Interest on 1L HORSLER. K. of R. & S
:! location.
for developing and finishing. Rest;! janl w only. v II N. ''Spring St' Good Spe. I Bay and Santa Rosa Sound should
and cheapest in city. Romana and cial rates to parties' or clubs.. Apply this trip. Special rates for par.
WANTED.-First-class. short goods!FOR S.\LE.-If 'ou'ha\'e JS.OOO to invest ,Excellent warehouse location on! i make
Palafox._20 janlrn collector,and eolicitor., Apply P. G. ;I in a-saw mill proposition! worta railroad track Yery, heap. '' Mrs. W,*J, Williams,- 222 N. Spring St.Ztijan'1m ''ties of ten or more. For rates or Rathbone Lodge No.

W.\XTED.-S"Ond hand furnitureand care Journal. 26Janlw r $10,000, write Lock Box '26.;:DeFiiniak Good 8 per Tent'njorfgagos on hand.: other information, apply on board; or 30, K. of P.. meets every

'!'joasebo'd<< ,articles of. all kinds !r'Springs, Ha.. This wilt stand the Best kind or jJ\n stments. i ONE, LARGE ROOM-Double fuiniahed I address P. O. BoX 65, :, Pensacola., Fla Thursday evening at 8:00,

for cah.ddr sS P. O. Box 352.17janlm WANTED.-BOY about sixteen to closest ;Investigation an'd the: Property in,all".parts of city, vacant' with board. Hot and' cold 27Janlm'JOHN o'clock in their temporary
learn glazing.;: Apply Saunders Mit!j I with the money gets \t, No time to or improved, wanted and for sale. II j water bath. Call at 415 W. Gregory or PLO Boot :and Sbojmaker. 1 Castle' Hall, over Pou stable.
Co., 29 East Garden. ISjati 865 !27Janlw Vt?. Intendencia street.
waste with agents or tr.flen; 24jan 30 8. Palafox St. 4 paone Fin custom work to order; repairIng .
WANTED.-The publlctoknow that : :: Visiting knights cordially
FOR RENT:; bne wel! furnished are
; material and workmanship.guar
old newspapers can be bought at Any intelligent person may earn a [FOR SALE.-Onc choice Mock o'n'top Phone 234. married ; welcomed.
j' I room for 2 gentlemen!! or Please give me a call 120
this office for !five cents a bundle. They a good income:: corresponding forrewspnpers I F I of the rilge east of the elictric II couple (no light housekeeping). Apply -anteed. street. Phone 1086.manlJ11. J. D. KIRK C. C.
I Government
ere all clean and nice. ; no canvassing; experience : railway between 7th and 8th Etrests! I 18 E. Garden. 26Janlw* E. : C. J. LEVY K. ol K. & g.

unnecessary. Sen4 for particu: I Nautre has favored this section and It --.-.-'- -. 55
"TED.-Ec.ctric! work of ah kind. lars. Northern Press Syndicate, cannot: be duplicated. A. V; Clubbs TO LOAN T\NO. FURNISHED ROOMS with privilege EXPERT DRESSMAKER-Mrs. L. E. Knights of :olumbu..

Lt us clean' jour fans resair: your LekporL N. Y. 8nov6mos.WANTED. .I I MONEY of light housekeeping. Suit Miller, late of New Orleans. familiar Meetings of the

dynamo, (1:,, jour wiring, etc. Pin t FOR SALE-Beautiful block in New I ablefor two or couple. Apply SOts with latest French n1 des. Room Knights of Columtjmare

570. Peasacola:' Electric!! Co.. 2"3 S. .-100 !laborers, wages of $1.50/, City. Tract No. 31:. For cash J600.:t.I In Amounts of $1,000; and up at E. Gadsden St._ 25janlw 4, Park hotel. Ladies are iuvfted to ; held at their hall .
factory Goulding
Ra>icn per day. Apply I Apply to A. M. McHllla::. Court HOtL8 A GENTLEMAN find home-like call. 27janlw* No. 8 West Intesdea-

WANTED. .- First-class registered Fertilizer Co. 14jan!I Ir .5 mug 7 Per Cent Per Annum." board; in a private, family. Address Persons who left clothing "rita the f cia street, en every
P.O. Box 773., 24janlw'FOR '
druggist and pharmacist wants evening at
position __ J. Abel, of the Gulf City
FOR SALE OR RENT-New, modern. --- late W
inVest Florida, permanent or I LOST six-room RENT-Furnished rooms for Steam and Dye works, for repair,- are 7:30 o'clock. Aa: two-story house. East
Address F. Z. Jour. IJill, rent with or without board. No vitaUon 14 t'neudcd
temporary. care A. C. Binkley. notified to call on Geo. Collins at 140( -
I near cars. jan Watson to"Tlaitfng Knight
Eil_- 3jan. Hooton light housekeeping. Apply :310 West East Government Street and get
: LOST-Buuch three keys Jan. 10th..,' FORSALE.-Nlce. clean Gregory. v ja :l.lmo. must costs and JOHN B. ONE.
SECOND HAND CLOTHING WANTED 1 ner.spapers siirae. .
i FOX.
Reward for return<< to Journal otnce.I for sale. Only 5c a bundle.! They RealEstate and I BOARD AND LODGING-New furnl- ptove property. G. O. BrosulJ lam. Grand Kn1rht.
-Highst price paid for, gent's Leading Recorder.
clothing only.! Also sail second hand S 27janlw |j jI I II make good! wrapping! paper, and are ture, large clean tooms. Terms rea Jan. :21-9t.
goods. No 9 E. Ictendencia. I STOLEN from E. G. Quina's resi-j: just the thins to put under 'matting. !nsuranceAgents. sonable. Apply Mrs. C. C. Brock, 105
I dence corner Baylen l and Gregory I I East' Intendencia1' St. ISjanlm THE DAVIS MANUFACTURING CO PenMcola Lodge No. 4, I, O. O. F.

JOB PRINTING of all kinds wantedby 1 a Tribune bicycle.; Liberal! reward for,: FOR SALE.--10 room house, .corner I W iD.-A few boarders at 212-W" wholesale and retail manufacturers Pensacola Lodge No. 4, I. O. O. 1!'..
mattresses and
the Majes Printing Co., 24 W. its return. No 'questions asked. ,i lot, 3' clocks! from Palafox lot 96:* Money to Loan. Gregory; 'New house good neighborhood and dealers in cotton I meets every Thursday evening at 7-38
line. For Second hand furniture
I mar Funiculars Inquire
Government Phone 181. Only the I :--Ijan1. S I II 192 on ,:SIn -- .-. ,,_. and /an car 'line, 12janlm bed springs.sold. Upholstering and r""! : at 'the new hall on West Garden
of dar4CIothing'Cj50 and
bLnf work. Idee I ; bought str d.. Visiting brethren
: MONEY TO real estate onj : ROOISVIp' RENT, with or without pairing a specialty. 114 E. BelmontSt. cordially
"WANTED.-Hauling and transfer NORMANS PILLS,-Just received other sufficient security by .' invited. E. GREENBLATT b
: j appi> beard, -2 E. ardeg ISjanlm ., city. C. T. Davis. Mgr. J.
work. Office phone 363; residence For Sale, 55.600 Compound Cathartic.; 'For lag {o Thos. Pe:>lcy. cor. Palafox and: NEVILLE.. Secretary
1iJilSi1EDTrcom for rent; no light r 17anlm] .
phottd! 390. Acosta & White, :::.28 'N. sale: at The Alligator and West Bad Roroana.! up stairs." -! 111 ------ -----
W. Chase St.
Tarragona St. 25mmr. FOR SALS.: -Full blood- Barred Ply Saloons. IScovJn, I housekeeping. I CUT FLOWERS.-Patterson's Rose- REBEKAH SISTERS.
mouth Reck White Rock Fisher MONEY 10 LEND-On good real e- NICELY l FURNISHED ROOMS suit mount Gardens, ot Montgomery, has Naomi Lodge No. 10- Rebekah
L Fowela FOR SALE-One No. 3 >.;\. };astna:' security, or on gooi collateral.$ for light 'hous ke ping. All Sla
TED.-ETerybodY to take dinnerat Streign and Brown\ horn tate placed an Pensacola, repre- ters meets every Monday night
the Southern Hotel.! 9dec.WANTEDCypress Eggs per setting of ((15)) $1.00., For I' folding pocket koj'ak' a.barsain Aft at lowest rates. Leslie E. Brooks.1! modern .:onv niences.' ., Apply 810 E. sented by Miss Bertie Smith, 616 N. 8 O'clock In I. O. O. F. HalL. Visit-at
I further information ad hess Plymouth! !f Ply to E. L. Re !c. :24. S Paafwstreet. :! Fisher building-; 21Jin : Gadsflec.! : Sjanlm I Barcelona. Orders promptly filled for Ins'sisters cordially invited to be present .

thousand) tank about three Rock Poultry Farm. J, J. Pope Prop.,]! ,:.Jan.'I MONEY LOANED on'ill kinds of perisonai NICE FURNJSHED'ROOMS" rent. roses. carnations and a1!!kinds: of other MRS S. D THA YEll.

wInd.! mill if gallons in good capacity.condition. Also I. eDanIell. L. Box 8. ari tol.) I'... 7Janlm FOR SALE- -room house: afIn's. GnJ,4.j \ property on short notice. ". Nswly irnlshed,'clean ani nice,I cut flowers. Phone 651 lOdec MISS MAMIE FREEMAN, Secretary.M. .
to F. J.. 05lot LP.pph"' at 128:: % E. -
:2SJan: SALE.-Barred Plymouth Rock 'I Apply Askergren,:'Terms easy. J. W. Bullard. upstairs' near TAILORING L. Diamond, Tailor. 1'
- FOR Cockerels from prize"winners, 51.00 Gcalding. Fla. :. v, 2SJaslm* JSli, South Palafox: St., Phone 1144 Government; street, Mrs.. 'B.,M. Trainer., Gent? clothing cleaned pressed and E..B. A. No. 81, meets tint and '
W.\\TED.-Sel'Ond: hand oat I 7janlni.'v.; .. third Wednesday evening at 7:30
corn j SHOT
Large well marked good blool.: FOR unlaptT* repaired on short notice. No. 11H p.
up. I SALE.-lrnprovd anil _
and cotton seed sacks.. Out of I f S m. RaHord Hail. No 10. West Intea-
meal Mrs. Lizzie : \\f pi'ijlae; U:board( on N. Hill, St. Pensacola. Fla.Idee !
Also some good pullets ed property in all oMhe ,West
to.' i parts ct.JJ. UNLIMITED amount or to ,oan'all dencia street
shipments solicited. [ money line
n Write us. t nd door from on Strong
F S. Mellen & Co. 20mar.I B. Hughes. Chlpiey-r: Fla. 31declm : A, WJson; & Co.. Real 2s: ;:to> As>nX? r tod: kinds of personal property. : streat.; 'fbf particulars address NoS:, : A. G FELL Pres.j. .

: half block 211, Room 1, Sal.jbury; baiUias.:! Pftsaa: i rates to business men sallmaker L. SWEENEY sec.
WANTEDTha "Merctanti Transfer IFOIISALE.-S0Ut1 Special on large Journal. ',' 6janlmOI3neWSparJei'Sat J. H. PORTER, 71? South ; .
Co. wants your moving and baullas.I fronting 100 feet on 13th street by 11:. ;:aa'.0 1 I !Jr.anj. Tip! New York Loan Co. 20 11,7, fire cents a bundle ,Palafox! street. Orders!, taken for t

All breakage guaranteed. T. B. Tflor-I 10H feet on Bay lew Park!; also, 1 TSont. PalaJox.j tents, awnings camp stools and house w. o. w.
They all
''south of block ,%1... front'ng 400, FOR SALE.-Thcrongnbrsd Sa.=;tfa $ at't lS office. are clean
[ half Prices reasonable. 31jan.I .
see Prop. Phone 878. ISJunela.KlNof .cots. etc. Live Oak Camp No.1, W. O. w.
fen on Eay collie, imported stock 'al&o one ridiiice. .
1U1 St. by l3T4 ,
acd &decorators.IIUAL, contrasting. painters I feet View on Park. The, only prpperty adjoin, lady's saddle. 11C2 E. Gadtjen: stl pe:j i' FOR RENTi FURNISHED Ri fS"-Fie i location.Splendid .I Wednesdays meets: in Pjthian in each Hall month.1st and Visiting Sri-
Fine varnishing: I View Park that is now for,or phone 2S5. Zjanw view' of bay. 414 South

and finishing. Sign painting a spe- Bay The beautiful Ti*w down tho. F R-sALE. halid' Babcock i' AI6nz.; 'J' Dec.29.l I Pensacola! St. Andrews and I sovereigns cordially F. A. BOGHICH invited.
C&ty.ResIdenc phone !4). 29aug. b3 ---Se-oad FOR;; RENT.-Frcm Fab.! I, an cle-: boarders m C, C.
bayou and down the bay can never buggy, lubber tire, in first-class NVAN.fED.--A fJw privafe LESLIE E. BROOKS. Clerk.!
WANTED.-AH keepers or poultry to I obstructed. A. V. Clubbs. 30jly': condition. For information 'lejepacas: t rgapt 2'itory S roori house, wth; bath family; nicely ftsraished, rooms. with 1 I Gulf Steamship Co. I 5.
feed heat It feed bet and cold water connections cor.,
is the cheapest )hone. Convenient
tele -
i for the!! No. 31.FOR use of bath) W. C. Oak No '
W. Grove
because 1 jjoo5LES-.I5anIagcflt 5th I O. 4.
U makes .hens"layF.. S. 1n3i12th St and arc.pply to railroad thops and on car line STEAMER TARPON
Mellen& :Mfg. Co. and can sell you autos: to' : Woodmen Circle meets lat Thursday
Co.. Phone 334. Pope tThos. Peblsy. SOjaa !
from $500.00 up. They cost less than} SALE.! -Most beaulifnl-rcsidear: = ____ \pplr 40, Gr'gon. 3jaDltn of each month at, 2-:30 p. m., 2d floor

W.\-IED.-AIt: kinds of electrical,1 horses to keep-np. They' can. be run block in Pensarola. ovprlaokin! ; thd' FOR; REXT._EI2?: 2-story S-room UN'FURNISKED' -Lar* tfront : room i I I I W. O.,;*, Master.FIKSTCLAS : .t."rl, Pythian Hall! ) over Pou's stable, on In-

work. I lieU all kinds of electrical i in sand or anywhere a horse can go. I bay and Bajou Texar. M5Biflcentli ; 1 j l cta;* ?t :318 WcS) : Belmont: St. Ap- frontln; t ,south and west. Good FRElUiiT b&R VoiCE : fndencia street Visiting sovereigns! {

catteries and other electrical supplies. Leslie E. Brooks.FORSALEOnO. e oak rnjCTOlii: and-tth fhadatrcs. ?ly U> Walker Inr ham at Star LSunjdry. Lffht-and: csntral lofallon Apply 13 -Betwst- I cordially lavited. Mrs. W. A. Smith, .

E When W you need me ring 345 or 955.I! fine display case; Ideal lotzt-oa! far h7aic. bole)[ | _, 2SJaa N. Pal-ifQX St...or phone 65. %2janlm PENSACOLA.. MOBILE/ I clerk: Mrs. M.: B. Olsen,. guardian.Educational II.
Peake. new Star Laundry buIldS : APAL\CHa.1
or sanitarium. .\. C Hink\.y\ !
I and :3: feet t I I CARRABELLfi ,
8 feet ))1iih tight COLA. ,
InC, E. Garden. ISdec 21 feet long., "I.-Ele:3nt't1I.o BAT:SH'ITELt.-UPA> and day.ETirep '
FOR: RE tory store :
""" I wide Suitable for almost any kind FOR SALE-OO acres ssq$ (fard t lift,t.: '- : ,!an: plan. Rooms; light andclenni DREWS MILLViLLE I I I.
WA\TED.-A.: new Star Laundry building :
: gingham"I wants > in ,
business. Apply to E. L. Reese 2 4 miles southeast: of CiJpleyf! tnWashin.on Qm I Transient trade solicited. And all points on St. Andrews Bay,
Jour moving lie > I of I I i'E. tre'et. Apply Walker InJgrahara. ; I I
and hauling. guar 5 Jan.! lau4iD i qarJeu Jts. S. NIcolau.Prpp. CarrabeHe! II 1.
county no waite Palafox. j
: 575-379 'S. '
I ; I
"ntces all Phone 630. Star Laundry. 22dec. SCHEDULE "Holidays" will
breakage. After the
acres ready for cultivaiion.: !. Goad: : __ .. I I MUSIC.-
RECElVEDLarge shipment all I Febsacola Suoda.?, g:30: limited number! of nuplls
JUST Leave p. ; :a
COURT accept
HOUSE DYEING, Pressing Oil. Retail by pint,i lima rock quarry on prrnv'sed.:: For! A. R; BINdHAM has -etorago room fort Mobile. .Ala,., I Instruments
Olive : Violin
Sand Cleaning Club 118 N. Palafox imported Morasso :further particurars address Mrs! L,t ,rent suitable for furniture or other m.'for' on, the following
G, p..1 .
Pensacola; Taeidaj.
Quantity. all brass
"t"-"age Irs. T. J. Davis.satisfaction Prop. Your pat-- 1 rallobor Co., ship larger chandleryantf.grocers ,0! !1 I"I'Wiselosle.! Marianna,. Fja. !7Janlra. '4- *1 tood$. 104 and' 106South Tarragona Safes! .Safes. Safes! in.Leave. for SU Andrews. MWrUld, Ap*-I i Cello. Clarinet except: "Hde and trombone.Instruments Will
solicited guaranteed I Phone 630 SOnov
t. :
; 4oct.
t i __ Carrabelle aptl Jntwmedl ,
Palafox. laciicola &M I residence Music furnished

Careful ladies' FOR SAL-ran re5IV, ,:;ie "- -"-' --- teach at
attention given ; :, ; ,
< OR RENT.-Two Safes! .. .
Boar pigs : FOR; SALE ; "BiIyDiebOId; points. -' 'i for all occasions, band or or.I
nnents. 3declm 4 younk'
Phone 1222. FOR SALE.-OnIt" from extra fine paper: shell :seell"Y'i t for 75 thousand Additional iaformtUon! apply t .J
with capacity ft.
one For I leave order at the
Q'T1CK' sired by Dote of Florida 68821: out I i E. Acosta. .,' f, __ : 'Ujan S J. E. SAUNDERS chestra. Please
DELIVERY of all #. urnljr the other thirty thousand Moreno ,
-Hauling Baltimore. oS541 I IAll ; ; ca Scar/Tit : : Music House or at ny permanent
kinds solicited; moving of furniture of Orphan Le. with of strationa and I'' FOR.SALE--Nicev dean old neuspa-4 Opacity. Rates reasonable. Telephone: ',. E. R. COBB : 'j.- Pmldent- I Clatter' a'Sdres:1 Nary TaroVPensa,

a JV.s*pe ldencc ialty.Phone East 454 Hill; Transfer office Phone Co. pedcgrces.guaranteed Carl'! C..SnoT.lplel, 'I' fice.pers at !ave cents a bundle;; This: '. J.J of'.I I I Ilia or ,wjito J.: A.. Cbaffin,31declm.& Co.. Milton,! : Gen. Frt. and. *Fass.Pensacol Tit.:; t.-. I cola, Fla P- F. Ehlers, Bandmu.t "

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:: POPULAR r IMITHODlSJS io MANY C CASES 1NC : Idfe [McMillan Bros. COii'r: !I II ....:: "HE, -t--WAS:" THE.- :' MAINSTAY. OF HIS PARENTS."--

whiskey% II .' You're often seen this expression in connection with tha

fH' : AND '- ., BUILD NEW C R I M.iNAL: l lCOURT j';:;..,...... ...> ....,....,. !I, A POLICY-'. ..'unexpc, IN ted.THE.'death' of EQUITABLE a young man. .,

I .'would be a, great bulwark to the old people at such a

J EXCLUSIVEDRESS MOILEALABAMA.MARKBTS. ; time Young man, insure today!

.CHURCHPensacola _. ___._ .1 :
," Insurance* KnowlesBros. Agts
:1 Fire I tfc.. .

f ., 1 a featur : ,1 _. -

Joined in Pastorial of f Ditendants i Were; Naval, Stores.Saroansli .
Large Number ---c---------- _
r of market naval -------------
g APPARELt I Ga.: Jan.. 30-The t -
, ;:
stores ,market' s"d today as fol'owsi t ac-TracaKss-cv
Charge in DeFpniak Districtof
Found Guity Sentancad
i buy now-the demand for.. 1 W\7.. .. ,, ...... ... ,. ....6 13 I f : PEJNS.A.OOL.A.r :. .
I Alabama "old Increasing WG.. ... ... .. ..: ...... ..6 10 i, ; "
joe" is "
District. Yesterday.( ': steadily x.. .. Y. ; ... ...... ..5S5M ; 1 IronWorks and Supply Co. I
. FOR _ 'lJ (' because it's whiskey of \ .. ,. .. :-. .. .. .... .. .9- ..535 .' ; -
Cottrfge Hill, Jan. 30.-The first Many cases were' 'disposed of )nth merit-quality never fluctuates 1'K.. ,. .. .. ;. .. .'. .. ..' .'. '...510 Manufacturers and( Repairers of jjj

quarterly conference of the Cottage criminal court yesterday; Judge ;;made from the best grain;. Jl! .., :. :. ...,.. ......? .. .: .. ..4 40 MACHINERY AND BOILERS y

: MEN Hill and Pensacola charge of the Begga presiding.. : .Non$. of the cases appreciated by good judges. ii.-- .. ... .38Th M FORCINGS, 'MILL AND STEAMSHIP SUPPLIES $
t Methodist Episcopal church was heldat however, were Iml rtant. G.. .. ... .. .. "S- ......1 65I ; REPAIRS A SPECIALTY
Cottage Hill. Fla.. Jan. :27: and 28. Tne cases triel wcre;as fo'lows! :'," full mea&e-convenient,package. I p.. ,, '.'.. .... .: ... .. ..' .43 60 ti STEAMSHIP all c
attention given to orders. day
with the Presiding Elder Rev. Chas.J. Chas. McCall, beating on, train B... ,'. .i .; .. .. -.. :. .. .. ..:35 Prompt or sight.: Agent
AND Hammitt, D. D.. In charge. $3 anti costs or 30. da>:s way. j moderate price-sold everywhere D... .. .'i' .. .. .... .. .. ....::1 .50 :-: ,for James of all McK descriptions.*y &tCo.'s ce.ebratdd Log,.and.. Timber. '- Doss- also /S

t i The preaching services both Sab- George Ph'llips.! vagrancy '$10 au-l; c---------- ., .. .. .. .. ...347\% Chains Phon '123. PHIl. WITTMAN. ,
Office Mgr.
bath morning and night were weil attended "b & b" atlanta Spirits Turpentine"! cents. i
and the:excellent sermons by costs or 45 days. 4) :Residence. P."one 1029. P. O. Box 123. ?
the presiding elder were greatly appreeiate4' Tom Col?man, desertion and noa- WI-u--- % -w :%:: :% :: : .
Pensscola Cotton Market .
support of wlf or.six
BOYS $100 and..cost!? ;. I
< "** D .. - -- ---- -
months. : I C. 1unter-Flmre1 F. O. cotton -7- ----- -----
It will be news of Interest to many > I
r to learn'that Cottage HilL and Pensa Julia! Jackson, Tagranc y $10 slid;, (brkeg.ghes; ,.tisJtQllawlEg. quotations; .....................................e.......... .
t cola have been joined as a pastorial costs "or 45 days. .' : (j 9n T0r5J2730.: ; '. .
Frank Edmund peUgmbezzlemexii t..: 1 Mj ; .. .. '....11% '
charge In the De Funlak District of : .. Good r the :Alabama Conference. A churchlot $10 and costs or 45 days 'I: fxrfR S'rfct: :MIid'u.. :. .. .. ..11 I AUS.LEY COn1P
In the city of Pensacola has been Bertha Davis second larceny, six .,., MidU.Iig.-.. :.. ... .... ....1QA G ANY

The John White Store secured and as soon as possible build months. : I, Strict Low .Middlng.! ", '. .. ..10 ,
ing on- the church will-be.commenced. Edna Wallace pleaded guilty to the : Low MUJljni.. .. .. -.. .. .. ".!30% I .
Smeclollmt la .....'. Wear Members of the Methodist Episcopal charge of selling Kquor; without ,a, I BROKERS .
church who reside In Pensacola should license and wa s at?nc2j .to ?aya AUSLEY, & CO.'S REPORTS : COMMISSION ,
:: 2O5-2O7 S. Palalox Street. he most Interested. this movement. fine of $250 ant costs and 6*rve" thirty :Liverpool! Cction. Market. I. .

Phone ::::5. All such persons can get in touch with days in Jail. This svenfnce was suspended C1JM *
the pastor or presiding elder by ad- : however, en account of tfie Stearns1 Electric : .. .. |
i 4.i.-.b ... ........;......;...... 5S7
dressing'them at Cottage Hill. Fla. health of the d t ndatt. Rat and Roach Paste F..,1.-fl'ar.! ..,."\.,..;."....." .0:.....; .... .:.i.S:
The cases disposed, of Monday were, I fe rnaranteed to rid th.buiiM.barn or tor*f>f ){A..t'ril... ....;J f. ;. .. ,. .,....567I { f'Private :
The Original. as follows:. ; I cockroaches.eITwhere-ore": rag;; ,mtoe"I?,.water.MJ>rr Imp..r'.onlcelP*tC..Hold$ I I April.M<,f.,...,...........;..*....*/.".:?.-...':.....5 91 Wires N. Y., N. 0,, and Chicago. j jCOnONSTOCESGRAmPROVISIONSandBONDS
Ike concealed; otprlce. *...k..,e&ct se.....s.$5.05Stearns' fay'Jue... : -507
Parker :
& eo:. Chicago originated carrying .f. *-: .
Foley : : '. "
Electrto Paste Co., .,.. -
JTH-J IT.-, ,, 6-09
$100( and three :!: -
Honey and T&r'1 a throat and lung weapons costs or t'kicsc.I u..r.a. A. SI ]
Morris inonths., Juy'ist.t.! ?..-.?. -.......*.....- fdAnsnisl i
Dannheisser. remedy. inj on account of the great f I l .September .....5C3 ;
merit and popularity of Foley's Honey Jos. Rogets.: public .u&e :ef obscene .
Si.teanbe-eSr .....;.,...,.5 ._ ..1..5fl: v
I (Formerly of Dannhelsser Bros.) and Tar many Imitations are offered: and indecent languag. $;) and. costs OtobrNovmbet4..-- .3.85 '
f. Pure .Old Rye and Bourbon Fine for the genuics. These worthless imitations pr 20 days. : ,' I[ I Nn\"tm\bPr-Dt-eMnbcr ............-. ...553 : Bought and Sold:) on Margin or for lavestmsat.t :

I Wines, Beer and :Tobacco. have similar sounding names. Henry'reeman: ,' aggravated as. SHIPPING. NEWs Deernb; r-J.'-u&ry .::..... .'' ...387LiTerpcol :

f Old Hickory Whiskey Specialty Beware of them. The genuine Foley's sault. $;50 and cost or six months.. I Spot 6.CS Reference. : First Ksticna, .! and 1 Peps! Baa' >. Phone 1173 *
k- Honey .and Tar is Ie.a yellow pack Willie Gardner, -petit larceny ?15 + .
P- 12 W. Zarragocsa Street, age.' Ask for it and refuse any substi or 60 days. New York Cotton Market. .. .'' & ..$....H++..HHM.......;
tute. W.. A, D'Alemberte. druggist 'Manuel Thomas, :aggravated. assault Open lug Low O'O'Oe
and apothecary. not/feeatencsJ.! '. VESSELS II'( IQRT.3te3mshls. JM S ............. 11.01 SLOt 1091 10 U3Febnuuy.
-'-- .--' ,. ....... ... ........... ............... .......
I 31srcb..";......' ...11.17 11.17 1003 11.10 -
F FULLQI THE WEATHER Pleasant and Most" Egectlvc., Beta, Ger ss Berg. 1019 Stettin, toP !I April...':.....i..*.. I 9
T. J. Chambers Ed. Vindicator. ,
\ I : nsacola Lumber Co. ., .... 1UO: 11.31 Ills
M"y 11':1''
:: EXPRESS Liberty; Texas writes Dec. 25. ':J902; I; Gra ia. Span ss, Ruiz; 2621;;..Cienfu-J-. J'une.J... ..... ....r ..... ..... i i
FOR FEBRUARY "With pleasure and unsolicited by ..gos, to Gulf Transit Co. .10.\".:. H.S7 1I.J7 11 :JO 1UUAugust. With a Gas Waterheater
PREPAID 1': -:: z you,, I bear :testimony to the curative Helsinberg Sw6d ss,- Sciel. .1423, .......,,..'. ... I I .
power of Ballard'a Horehound Syrup Hnera. '. September...,. ..
I[ have UaeJ it in my family and can I October.....,.....10.43 U3 1043 1054 :
WHAT MABg; EXPECTED OUR.r cheerfully affirm It is the most effective Hornfelo Gr ss; Newman 1473; ;i iVera' ; iav'lmber.......... .... ...:. ..... ..... .
:"p'P anj best remedy for; coughs and!I Cruz to The Wm.: S.; K-Y.;; r.Co. '1 f Dtioember...,.,,.t.....-. .... .... ..... : You have hot awter always read}'-no tiresome wait a? :

ING COMING MONTH,' BASEDON colds I have ever used-"* Sold br'aut don.Kirkswood. 'Br ss h!,"'Larson 2095 Lon,: I IKlngswood. New York Spots. 11 50 *i.*b ter meals dishwater to heat; the bath ready at any 4.

1QTS, druggists. : New Orleans Spots*i. ihoar. It is an ideal home comfort and' one which lOU
WEATHER BUREAU Nor 33. Olsen 1209 %
noo $ YOUNG MAN I Havana to' .5. PhoktepCo.; : Chicago, Grain Market. ; JH '<,would not do without fort n t1rnns.khn74y; : aftonce +

RECORDS. GIVENPLEASANT Secunda Br'TJonnelson.: 1309. Wheat. ,:. L c In use. WJ1V be glad to.hue. you call and' see how they *.

SURPRIS.E' "PARTY'The 'Tenereiffe to The'W:?S.'Keyser Co. ,Open High Low Close .. are' op'rated.t. *

k following frills and assocl-!'i Venus Br ss, Edmunds., 2017, West )(&i-....., < 85 MS 85 85July. .. .' .... : 'i .- .. .. :
Observer. F. Reed of the local ates of young: Henoa{ MopoaaUCreat Hartle ool. 'L' ....*.......&}/I' te% J>3'i w; .

Weather Bureau has compiled the following ed him to a surprise party Moalayt Vivina, Span! ss, Bustinza. 1M3 Liverpool :- ,. .
J. data. covering a period of 26 evening, the occasion being the four"I to Gulf Traqsit Co. : Corn. r < .

(a t _____ years from the Weathet Bureau ref', teenth anniversary of his birth: AVsrmland, Swjd ss, Anderson 1473 : Open filch i fLow Clo e Pcnsaccla Gas-

ords it Pensacola, Fl rida. They are Misses B.Ttha Levy Millie, Swain Tampco: to Pensaeolaa: Lumber. So. Mar.. ...*,!',. U\ 441, 11". f Company !
Issued to saow the conditions that. Mercie KllPS'a PlorenceValaa} -ckip.- !J-:ljr.. .i..iU? 4Y ",B 443j1 a-
,.. (J have prevailed during the month in. Mall'ca Langford 'Ll-lian McDonald Avon Jtallblp.! jAvegno, 1601 Genoato : Phone 148."' '24 a'pd 27 Garden. 'Street i
question, lor'the above period of years! and Ethel McDonaldr: Messrs.' Rosco Rosascp. Bras New. (crk Stock Market.
i: CHAS.BLUM&CO but must not Ira construed as a forecast 'I Wallace Dudley Gonzalez O. A. Gonzalez ,Casano\"a.; Ital bk. Avegno 1069 Open Close I:.......4...... .4......cG. 'G ......* :

V 517 ,AND519 WEST BAY ST.. at the weather conditions for Jr.. Fred Kue-3ta, Edo Swain:Genoa jElvira. ., Southern Pacific.....!....._ C778 es1! !. ------.--_.__ .__._u._____ .. ____ __ _

i; JACKSONVILLE. FLA. the.: month of Feoruary.TemperatureIean Jno. Freaks, Hodges Gonzalez. Ar-t Post ship. Rodnques. 1483.. OQpPf'P.i.-A. a.R.....110 H'*.;. 109 14(5* I .. .........o ..... .e ......
nold. Sarah and E M. Frenkel. It Lisbon, to dn.! .
or normal tem- was i 91 I q'Ba .
.... ...
.. .. .
f I i likewise attended Ateb .t. PIi P'A.B ,
peraturedegr s. The arrant by the Messrs, Fannie .. rf

., A. GENTLEMAN'S SUITED WITH TASTE A IS BEST month was that of' 18 1. with an ave-.I Wagenheim Anna Sarah and B.r-; Adele. Swed bk, .Janse-'.D' 9" R.R T..._.,-..\u.,..,.. ,.,.. 1-54 81': 164 e 6J.* I lOur Butter and Produce i
die Massey and Miss i .. Eggs
Curry. R'fresh-
age of 63 degrees. The coldest month Duc Cuigini. Itat bk, 'Olivarl 1252, B.40 ...'1145 114 ,
was that of 1893; with an average of I ments were served ,at '10, ,o'clock anJ Genqa to order.' Erie.. ,,..,. 47 47 .

CERTIFIED CHECK 43 degrees. The highest: temperaturewas the, balance of the evening was Jevot? Killccaa.: Dan bk, Pedersen 763 C. ,...-..,..,A. T3 C8 : Suggest;) th?.rolling meadows the country farm and th?' f9r- :
78 degrees; on February 17th. ed: to games, music and 'tripping tho Bahal. ii' U. ...'. 4? 4 $ .
I light fantastic. ............, I tile l! fields. These things are being received almost daily and .
1883. The lowest temperature was 7 Provldenza Ital bk preferred Wi loya4 '
50 CIGAR.All 1899. The I O1esc. 11S5 K.S.....' .2.....;..327 82 : corns from farms that know how to produce them almost to :
degrees on February 13th. I Tomo. Ital bk. Tonmo, 1032, Genoa. ,... .__. < perfect!on. Like all things in this excellent .
the qualities of 1Ia For.aro- I Genoa L.&: JT 149,4' 14 S'
earliest date on which first "killing"'rost to master. '
Lead......... 84 8i
ma. color and gooa' material is ? : :
occurred In autumn. November12th. Thomas, Ital bk, Lano,
Naples I ...... ... "
I.C IWf 1D.G. ;;
embodied In
It. < Stock of GroceriesThey
date first Venadis. Nor bk :
Average on which Pettersen Maran-. ..,:.,-.. 47=;; 47 i i :
"klllio;;" frost occurred In autumn han to order. Can.Pac..... 1.0'4 '
A.Greenhut&Co. KCS
December 5th. Average date on Schooners. t N.Y.O ..... HIt. HSli : 'are fit forthe best tables and will be appreciated by :
DISTRIBUTORS which last "killing" frost occurred in Horatio L. Bak?r. Am sch, )Mohr P.O _....... 90'i 98C4 those who know'what good fool is. Quick delivery.. Will .
PENSACOLA.: FLORIDA. spring February 23rd. Tha latest 720. Lagua to J,'A.' Merfttt & Co. R'DQ........:,.. \lt; 1:%*; be glad to.have your order. :
date on which last "Killing" frost occurred .: St.P .- .., 18t:>,, 18J'4 4 .
!t HICKS'' in spring. April 6th. 1 A Card.' I R.I.., ......... ............. 2j Z : 14-W Garden The Popular :
Precipitation (rain melted I This 8 R.,.?.:.: W; 4078 LAZ JACOBY
snow is to
: or ) certify that all druggists,I I.: Phone 183 Grocer. :
CAPUDINE T.O. x \A 155'Penna. )!!
IMMEDIATELY CVIU.SHEADACHES -Average.\verae number for the of month days 4 with 54, inches..01 of, ARNFOLD; arc if 1101ey'SIItneyand authorized. to: refund Tar fails jour to money) ;.,......... lii1!, ll, ::....++.;$O.6..4i..4....*4*****..***
cure U"_P.. .. ..... ..-.1>3 lUf,
1 an Inch or mora 11. The greatest AnARROW I your Cough or cold. It stops ta! r ___ __ ___--_ ___ _ -rrra
DreakaupCOLDS i monthly precipitation was 1026 inches$! S cough. heals the liags and prevents ,
S IN I In 1897.- The least monthly precIpitation 'I CLUPECO SHRUNK fiUABTER SIZES. ; seriow results from a cold. Cures lagrippe" $25 REWARD PHaV: 133
6TOI2MOVR.9trill '
was 0.53 Inches in 1892. The 15 rents each. :i for quarter. cough and '>pre\cnts

Bonk We Az Drvzi Greatest amount :of precipitation re-' Uatcrt CLUETT.ttf Cl. PEABODYACO..," Jfonarr 4twit. j. and cunsumptinttontajn.pnUmOnl"t! NEW METHOD LAUNDRY
i corded m any 24 cons? utive hours ; ate8-The gemirac Is, In
was 505 Inches on February 7. 1881. package.' Rcfus'Tnbstitu:5s.y A,

The greatest amount of snowfall recorded r' _< -... n, _I D'Alcrubertdruggtt and apothecary. ( (. W. LA .ENCr:. P..j-I.tar. 1'10" Wttt Ha-nant 'St. Ptnsacol Fla
Jn any 24 consecutive hours;
(record extending to winter of 1884.83' I AGED. RESIDENT'DIED ; 1

;i UNDERWEARFOR only) was 30 inches on February 13:>,' : EARLY TUESDAY MORNING,
was 503 inches on February 7th 1SS1 SEESt.WHICH : c$

1893.:> |[ I Mrs. Emily Garr-Ua. an aged woman,
Clouds and \VeaUtr.I : -Avenge numT -.': I residing at 420 East Government: ,
i THESEASON b of clear days 9partly; cloud I street, was fo:ma' dead in bed Tuesday IEION&DREHARDWARE

lays 9; cloudy days 10. | .4 i! morning, between, seven- and. eight
Wind-The prevailing winds havoen : ( o'dock.
> from thg northeast. The aver-i( ;., i :\lrs"Garr tta was ever- eighty; years
: age hourly. velocity of: the wind IB : of age and was but cf the oldest resi '
10.5., The highest velocity of the wind; : dent*'of the cit\vHer dt"ath.w: sup-

was 52. miles from the southwest on', j t posed to have been caused by bajt '
',Warm days In winter February 27th. no:!. SUCCEED [ failure superinduced' by old age. 1 COMPANY
The funeral will occur this morning .
make necessary lignt i I! fron sf ..
Rev. Carlisle P. B. Martin, L. L. D. 'Jo&oph's. church'and, Inter-f WARRANTUor; the arrest of this wema -:
Underwearwhile cold Of : .ncntullj be In St. Michaels cemetery,,
Waverly Texas wiites: 0f a1, .. p. 1 1
raw: weather runs you Into morning. when first 'arising I oftcn 1
the heavier Underwearthat find a troublesome collection of When You Buy, J 'Cured' Lumbago. Wire,. sheriff at Devrniak Springs., i
: A. t*: Canman Chicago. FWrida; $2300 reward for the chiLi 1 1Fsher'.lIol1toe EVER.YTtiING III ITIARD WAR [
writes Mar.
phlegm which produces a cough and is'' ,
keeps the warmth of very hard to discharge; but a small! Get.the'. BesU, i 4, 1903: "Having beea troubled, with' ( Douglas. This 'woman,I IFlorenca .
the body In aud you comfortable quantity of Ballard's Horehound Syrup It's the Cheapest in)the End. Lumbago at different times ana tried!>I \\'c.od.Ja.! : kidnapped the him from'' -- --- -- ;- ---- -- -- -
Frefport. on night of
and cozy. We will at once ,dislodge it. and the one physician after another' then 'dlff I

have both the light and roublj' is over I know of no medicine I ," rent ointments! and liniments, 'gavo !I her fair 6th..!k1n 1905.. tight; The hair chill has Is 6 years oli:' I BELTING, VALVES AND FITTINGS,
I that Is equal to It, and it is so pleas., up altogether. ::8.) I tried once upper fore
:' heavy l/nderwear and ant to take. I can most cordially recommend more, an1got a bottle of Bal'ard's! I teeth rotted off: very plump weiM: ,
the best that can be haJ Snow about 60 pounds; very bright child..
Jt to all persons landretli'sNew Liniment, which gave me. almost 1.
I Expenses paid
for 50 cents the instant relief. I ways delivering
:- garment. medicine for throat .or lung! trouble.** can cheerfully .
r.ecommenl jt. and will add child to DeFunlak Springs Fla.. In ad-! "
Others of better quality my name
.ditlon to tne $25'reward..
ALEX RICE'S to your list of suff r rs" Sol I
druggists. .
Father of the chiLl i -

J WISH YOU WOULD SEE OUR Mr. Frank :B.-Gardner, representing,. Crop : F&1A.M"; ; ". '.' I. DeFunlak PAINTS,

: Alex .Rice, of Montgomery Ala., is at' A regular. communication of Ptnsa. 4. ifl ,, ri'I: I _- f-' -- "-
UNDERWEAR LINE. room 4. Merchants Hotel with a full'' cola Lodee No. .42.: F.A.. M.,,will' >> "

line of Tailoring Hats, Clothing I Just Received.l be held Thursday'nighC. All membersare t.* 'TERSELY TOLD : FAIRBANKS SCALES,
Shoes and Furnishing Goods. The]I requested" to be present and visit I
\ .
ine Is aft'unusually attractive one. in- ing Brethren- invitea'. By ordr of LOCALS. i#

ludlpg! many 'novelties decidedly out ."T.,E HARVEY.. W.JI.B. '1'. 'io SUPERB STOVES AND RANGES.
M. 1
th cy.
of '* ordinary --r
Mr Gardner invites all who are in. \.. : McKInzl9 Oertlng t; CoO. wholesalsana '

;: H. 0. ANSON, call erested and la view up-to-dat his's wear 31jan4t to W: A. D'AlembertBjv Neither CREW ::NOTICE PIQ ,captain owners tb. Oftly retail ftrit-etais ship chand-'era boase ,and of the grocers kind ...AGENTS...

r wed thurs-frl-sun. A nor consignees.. of the .tn P n.&colFair "'se to alL NEW YORK BELTING AND PACKING CO.
ss Klrkpswald will. b*
t- CASH CLOTHIER, Any s'kIne'ltchlng Is a tem (' -ttster. ,Drualst aDd p tHClfJf, responsibly' Jor debts con C. V. THOMPSON' has Just' opened a NEW YORK LEATHER BELTING CO.
traded by. the'crew, of .said fre"sh line of, beatfUfnl bo.papepa.: .
The more yon scratch the worse It Tilephoai vessel. ,
Corner Palafoi and Main. Itches. Doan's Ointment cures piles, '.. suitable fotThrlstmas preserla.Allo Received
t 121 1 South Pil'jta Slml t _t.t. LASSEN;" papsrs. Passepartout Mail Orders Shipped Same Day
czema ,-any'skin Itching. At all drug t. ;;. crepe,, picture
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