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VOL Vln MO zaG PENSACOLA FLORIDA FRIDAY MOANING DECEMEF8 1905 PRICE 5 CENTS
f ELEVEN MILLION DOLLARS
IT fOIR THE PANAMA CANAL
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YDM UMeUClEMFUL MEND
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EfITa J ID 1N HOUSE
i111EktWM we AiRiNLI 1 tIOUCY
OF 1RSiMNG iONDSEATE
Wtu IIIIVTE NATIONAL
BANK OflhIUTION TO POL
ITICAL PMREa
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lllr MdMitd Prae
Waabtattgtoa 0IIe 7An appi o ds
toa at sieves adigoa doIlan war von
Cod by the boae tlodny toward die con
1nscUon of tile Paaama caDaI The
amont is eottnprnmlee between
sateen and UU mllUoDs can1ed
hy the bAl ante tie estimate of Dane
tbine more then six ntlutons reooan
mead4d by John Sharpe Williams Ute
detuorn tIe leader to cam on the
vcrk ti1i the middle of January There
a as no in eatloR fA delay the work
th + only argttzreat being for cutting
noWD t he pproBriatk i that a close
rutiay mi ki h had of the estimate
The bill sM emended direCUsg tilt
lrftOtdent to regefre annual reports
from the Carnal floaatruetioe n cera
aU detils of die work eM
s sB ayedltaras te
eetsrfy aMl lfr ted by ooagruss
r 0 tllet IUItNd tram ue c tItIDA
or the llyanpss raUr0a4
The boe prrvh Iea of die MIl was
the point of sktack Mr WUliaoa 41
rain M srenl asaoeesspt ztaneei
ments ai1 aeeld to abeRsh tM poke
c of lI8u1ac beads for Calrl work
can the ground that aJrea4 areknt
IlDClB were avsIbable in the treasury
tc meet he deassade of canal waR
With i1M bill out 01 the way sad
UK eGIIIeItt ready to begin work
CD severed thouaaed bills that aye
q bees tatJ04MI see the hoses be
en work LIIQIeet was taken
tn u r
WILL lV1 lSArE
NATIONAL BANK
W1DCtDL Dec iThe subject
0 the v 1a cmatnbut1OD1 by
UCf C41f 11 occupied a large
p4Y 01 the nsarrte session today It I
came up ill Qaaatection with Seutor i
ni sas raalillitise calling for as
bT ettgatioa d D1lWo nab Hanks la
politics and wH plotted by the I
Soutb areas ttaa lor at some I
Itnp
A large ritmbar 01 bills were intro
i aced aaodtilg lIMa the joint elate
lmod btli
IIr TI1 1 S reasietion WU adop
eo after wiSsh a bIie1 executive eeeI
fleas was Add sad the senate then i
eoJOUDed tm day
BIG SMIT tilliUM
FeR filJORAJLA ALA I
Raahinltm Dec 7An appropria
tion of 81MM1 for a national tIk
cv3ct aaltartwa 15 provided for in
II biG introdaesd by IteprMKtlft
W1ie The bill prov4des that die sea
Itanum is to he opaed to indigent i
pertlOafl 01 both races who are safer
1q from tubseeeloeis of ue lnngs and
b to admit all peFsoes of the army
IInd navy as wag sae tboee hasorabt
ttissbied CNe ilia aetrvlce
FI PJ Ala 1adetillUts Y die
site bar the eeMtarlum and It le pre
rtded that t iargeon General d the
hblk HealsL and Marine Hospital
Service ta ro ha full cherge 01 the
aaitariuaa f
ARCTIC CPtOIII
MARNiD AT NASHVILLE
By aUI datd Psa
attlmc leaL D > e 7AEt bony
Fiala the artle etplorer 01 Brooklyn
and bliss Ciatra Psryear were marries
harp lea ati Mss Purv cant
from an old aN 4IiltingaiRhed family
of tbi state a d k a lineal deecend
arr of Ccwttuoisre Matthew ltlaury
The hrhdeRrooaa accompanied Baldwin
on the first Ztider etpthtiea ad watt
a tk head f16 ue second The mar
mane wss the res alt of a roartalatp tw
po at The eaaeesee centennial in
IR S
MONty MA11t MAKES
A NEW HIGH RECORD
iy Mssstattd PnIa
ew yQJt Dee tKGDe on call
WR t1kt Ed at nigh s 1R r eeet to
day urpas tng thE previws high
rtrot Cf tae year tomoMd last
atieetk
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I MILLIONS IN SILVER
SHIPPED TO ORIENT
4 ae
By Aeoeiat d Prs
Sea Francisco Dee t4n
I Ute treuure vault 01 the
I steamer Doric is 1000 iD I
4N eiIftr hellion eoeslps te the
Asiatic coast and uU more
15 to 1te taken aboard tM I
steamer today or before her oM
departure for the Far Jut
Like the liner China which h
recently sailed for the Orlellt
the Doric takes as unusual
I IUIIOtIIIt of sliver 0Ii account of
the prevailing high late of ft
If laaage aDd other f8I1owba lIB
a era are expected tC also any
large amoastt of sliver for the
I Far But fa addition to this It
vast store of treuRl e the Doric
I will sail with all tit cabin pia
flellger that can b aceotmms
I dated and wtttl ter bohli fill M
or freight to the hatches
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lr4t blNiNE S REPORT
UN COTTON
CROP
filii EsIiIatM It SI2iDiI
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By Assotdnd Pr s
tal Texas Dec 7ThNatios
at Olga Asiat ton today issued
Its report OD the cotton crop ba Which
it says
Reports from every poatolice In
the eoMon belt indicates a total crop
of Imteo bales with 8486000 bales
ginned to December first ne crop
picked thus far la 914 per cent an
8R per cent bas been ginned
The report by states shows Gear
gin bales ginned 1641110 Ncked
117 per cent Florida 61t10 gbaaed95
per cent picked South croliaa 916
000 ginned t8 per cent picked I
SIXDAY IACE A
lEISURfl GRIND
By llult Pros
New York Dec 7Wth ao badicaI
tloa of an increasing pace the riders I
la the slK day bicycle trace at Madt
son Square Oardn continued to grind
their inreb way around the high
banked circle There were occssonal
sprints which did not baqe the reM
the ataDdtac of tie trams witb the
exception of the loBs of a few laps by
trailers TH score at etctlt oeloek
this etaKe at the eta of tile abaety
second hour was 1711 Ilea ad foal
laps for the leaden Bedell and lledell
The laden are 283 miles behind the
I rcord
SOUTtltRN RELl
INCREASE S1OCK
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i Atlanta Dee 7The atm laolderal
of the Southern Bell 7bhpiaae Con
paay will be called to rota oa a JIOPO
sitton to increase the capital stock
from oee taillion to thirty adIII dole
i lame at a meeting III Mew York oa I
next Wednesday MIre tIM natter
i hi to bE ecided The aw issue la
shady oversubscribed by the present
holders or stock
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PfNSACOILI BAY
BAPTIST ASSN t
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Special to The deuriiai
Mltlon Dec 7Th P saeola Bay i
Baptist Association coaeDe1 this I
e fninllt a 730 Qnt a number 01
delttt wtre present at the open
ing t
ingRev B R Anderson of the Presby
tuian church at this place led inthet
I opetatng prayer Rev W T Baadick
10 VlItDia ta with 118 and gave a IDle
lecture on tempereae A goodly j
rmber were out at the ftrat sescion
ReT J A Abbott pastor of the 1
Capt11t Chub in hh joly Iheiy
way it makiq fTerythini pleMsant
i Rn Geiger of South Florida will be
nth Ut tomorrow
ThE association will elect omcers Ii
I tomorrow morning
MONUMENT
UNVEILE
TII tie PnIsyMMa SIIMs
Ware KIIetI UAcita
CMI VIii
HAHDiIOtJIE MEMORIAL AT ANDU
1iONVILLE RECEIVED BY 8OV
EftMOR PENNYPACKER AND BY
HIM TURNED OVER TO THE
UNITED STATES
lly Associated Press
AJadenoavtlle Ga Dec 7The
U11ve1l1wc of the monument to Penn
sylvania soldiers who tell in the Civil
war occurTed here today The are
IDOIIies were a4Hade4 by Governer
peS ker of Pennsylvania pho
reMIvJ the moaument for the state
ud pneentea It to the United 8tte
General II A Carman ohairmaa of
tile Obieamaup aDd Ghatianooglt
National Park Commi9sJoD received
the monument
The Pennsylvania olklals were ae
eoII1pDled by Dearly one hundred
prominent citizens of the tate and a
large number of war veterans
The monument ts one of the laud
aneet erected here and cost tope
thaw twenty thousand dollars T6e
Pennsylvauka party left tonight for
CIaa aaooP
lftCENDIAIlY fliRE
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AT ClfSTVI
tl8asJsl tD Ills issinel
CrMtvt Dec 7Th lIIItTaI stores
plant iDetocUq the turpentine still
aDd toossiorles thereto of Savage A
Co d this place was burned early I
this morning Considerable PIa and
scraPe was 011 the platform aid this I
was also bet with boat 10 bat4els of I
resin which was under tee Red 1111
the pArke of turpentine was saved I
rhea the Ire wu At Donauei
everything wu CD fire froda the pm
xatform to oooper hop which gives
rise to the belief that the Are was of
Irceadiary origin Mr Savage wail re
bckl as early as possible
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RUSSIA MlNfW
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STORM I
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PrII1 BrWttte A peirtP
tri Cope With ElelnelJ1s
of Danger
Haw Mytlnias Raponmti liw
I ss pass is ID1Ir8
IMMED1A DANGER FRONT
10 THE GOVERHMi CON
CEETED ATTACK 0
TRYS CREDIT ULIOHS
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DRAWN FROM STATE ANK aY
ANXIOUS DEPOGITOP
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By Associated pir
St Petersburg W night
via Eydtkuhnen ThU t Dec 7
Public oonAdenee in the emments
abUty to weather the 8t f8 waDing
fast Premier WItte appeArs power
Jets to cope with the e < of dpn
pr which the resa utio W raising on
all skies New JIIiMDOUS the
troops are const 1lt17 btu reported
and lawlessness in t a tpouMry is In
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AtJQarkoft five tha111itnd soldiers I
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have agreed not to Jre the people
Atostpff the Third er ArtnI
lery a1Mlpoeed of four red men
have formulated sere and
tmf1ar action was t rom
tspt eq1neera at several
places Ia the Baltic
Martial m hna Ja
Llveroata on 10811I4t true
bJes elands oEPin ttulitiaaR
and pillaging
AtCordtII v I
neers seinlpr idle tettae
der eeut lhg = 4 riles
which hate iMMJIl diet bated It Is
ao repotted titM tjnoIt It broken
out at > ebi hpN and that tie inane
fet1on1a runsteri of the situa
tion at rll The ltuaupa at
Kletf Is desC bed as extremely seri
oils Some aoool ny a aaadacre
has taken place fa which fifteen hun
dred were billed
FINANCIAL CASH JS
FEARED IN ft1tJSSIA
at Peterburg Dee 7Tb Imme
WOMAN EXECUTED DECREE
OF RUSSIAN TERRORISTS
IEN KILLED
II INJURED
gerll1i limited II UiII PIc
l1 Wr8OiIi ill I
Ihilt ny Wy
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TRA1H ItUN INTO BY JlPtDcaHT I
HEADoOff DEMOLaJiUfQ MT1f
ENUN THNU CAI OF
t
LfMtTEDEQINEER TO MAMt
FOR ACetOIfT
By Asioeiat d Pans
Omaha Dee 7Tell persons were
killed aDd eleven trainmen aM pae
k4a injured 1a a wreck of the
Ov limned 011 the Union Pact
ilc ° DM Bock Springs Wyom
ing today The limited was run into
by a freight eAd011 both engines
were demolished aDd three ears on
the Limited burned Several bodies
were incinerated All the dead were
tl aiDmen
The blame M plaeed on W19 engi
neer of the freight train who was give
en orders to Walton a siding till four
pa8tJenger trains passed Be pulled
out after only three had gone by and
met the limited on the main line The
freight engineer Is among the dead
dIato danger oonfrontinB the kern
went is a concerned aUcrk oe the
oountrya credit Public f ItT tMt he
government can be forced to swnpead
gold l payments increailelt datty Such
would be a crowning Sehlevement of
ue re1011rtionfss beeN satlllild
that with the trig J IlnaiNsl
crasl the whale strOOmtW 6rd soma
tJfcrOO1bttl
hmbling down
A long line Qf nervosa people waited
fpr hours today to edfi ange bills for
goJ The Minister of Finance eIttt
hlatOg that fifty J111VJ on dollars has
thus far been draw from the state
bank The balance of gold In the
treasury aDd abroad IB now 586600 i
000 and outstanding paper leaves the
Iargin legally Issuable In paper fifty
live millions
The finance ministry declare the
governments financial situation not
chaag 1 greatly that there ts 110 oc
casion for serious apprehension
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SURAXCE At1E T1
Xu DEPICTS HOW ONE SWEET DAY MR YOCS1tE HAD lUS SS GS
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MARSHAL OV AMA AND
STAFF ENTER TOKIO I
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By Associated Press
a Toko Dec 7Field Marshal If
I Oy suns and his std made a ff
a triumphal entry Into Table this 4I
morning The enthusiasm and tl
I magnitude of Marshal Oyamas 4f
reception equaled that sheD
Admiral Togo DespIte the In otSo
clement weather crowds of atn i
dents and representatives of va it
mus classes and interests
I thickly lined the streets and 4
I altbouc 4xposed to the rain
lustily cheered the marshal I
and his staff while en route to if
the imperial palace Co
a The newspapers of an shades
a of opinlee are highly euiogl
He today Of the acbkveaesEs
4P of Marquts Oyama his generals
tb 04 De meD under his corn
mast A holiday hats been de fl
f4o Glared In the whole elty In
honor of the day
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PYTHIANS Will
HOlD A BIG
MEETING
pct Meeting Will Convene II
ToniPtW MI
11mb81s resent
A meeting of tM mnebers ecNItt
e4 with Ute various lodges of to
Knights of Pytbiss of the First Fbrida
I District wm be held tonight in tire
j Castle han of the order 011 Intender
I cia street ann from the outlook the
I llleeUq will be one of the molt large
ly attaeded held in thIs city In a num
ber of months
Prominent Pyth1an win address
the meeting having been invited to
do 80 by District Deputy Loftin who
I trill preside at the meeUnZ
The Milton delegation composed of I
about fifty members will arrive to
D1pt on a special train from that
pace 4ncl It fa expected that a large
delegation will ante from Century
this afternoon
After the meeting l1IaeIa sad refresh
ments will be served to those pres
ent assn It la a1It1etpat that the
session will be a most interesting and
pleasant ORe
AfTER NAMES Of
POLICY HOLDERS
VENNEIt WANTS LIST OF MEW
yORK LIFE PATRON 1M Of
DlEft TO taET PROXIES
B Associated Pr
Jew York Dee lCJce H
Yemaer appllisd to pre court ins
tlee GreeRba1lm yesterday for a mane
dam directing John A MeCall as
president of the Hew York LIfe Incur
aaC3 Company to furnish him with a
compete list of the policy bolder lap
p1eJIMBtect by their addresses and the
amount of their policies The object
of Veneers mov is to obtain prme i
to be used at the election of trustees
next April His counsel submitted p
statement declaring that there exists
edent dluatlsfactol1 among the
policyholders to warrant the election
of new truetes and other officers
Counsel representing III McC111
opposed tae a ppl1cat Ion strenuously
and anblRitted an atltavit by McCtU
In which Venners moUTH are It
tlMJt2d McCall in hit affidavit says
that the name and address of a policy
holder are considered COIIttal
matters in an insurance oalee and
that It a list were gtT n to Venner he
might Use it to the company diutJ
vantage and his own personal protlt
Decision W as withheld
MOU8 STALLION
SOLD FOR 7100D
i By Msooiated Press
Nally York Dec 7Watercrees the
bawaona stallion was Old at awtJon
I toW for seveatyoDe thousand dOl
to J B Hacetn The sale 18 the
i i Ilt of he Rancho Del Paso Stud
watercress Is a famous si
r
lIIarilt of Gelerat SMiIIII
GeiM Stories If IIInt
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IIVI
PEASA TS BEAlfN
AI 111 i
By lie CS
ASSASSIN OF aAKHAROIF A MRA
EER 01 THE LYNQ COLUMN
IIEJtlEVOLUTtONI > JlY MOVE
MEMTYICTlM CALLED TO Ylfl
DOOR AND SHOT DOWIN
COLD
DCHTtPlKD
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ay Aseselatd Prwas
St Peterabsrg Wednesday Dllem
her 6londq via EJdtlmen
East Prussia Dee 7The DeWS of
the assassination of Lieutenant Gen
eral Sakharotr former minister of
war who was shot In the governors
palace at Saratolr December 5 has
heeD preceded by the moa horrible
atones of the manner In which Saka
rotr bad been repressing the agrarian
disorder He corraJle1 peasants with
Cossacks and had them beaten with
the soldiers whip
I 8akarotr had pursued the system
adopted by PrInce Jphn Obolenaky
f ILr governor gene al of Finland
in the agrarians in th
victy J KJaarakotr several years
ago when the prince caused the peas
ate to be whipped by relays of Co
ck and compelled them 1a turn to
bells tWr eerades
The sit lakharotr bas not
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When arrested the
ri who commltt Ute crime rfe
dared that she had fCuted a decrf +
of the terrorist section of the social
revolutionists
Following Is a description of SakhcA
rotrs arrival at Hovotnseblna one of
the villages of the province of Sara
toff
toffHe
He came with Cossacks and artil
lery The peaaant were surroundell
by Cossacks aDd Sakharo addressed
them demanding that they surrender
their leaders The villiage elder re
plied but gave th general no informa
tion The elder wu immediately
beaten until be lost consciousness
Sakbarotr then retired to the court
house leaving the peasants at she
mercies of the Cossacks moet of
whom were drunk and they began to
malneat peasants pulling oat their
hair and beards and even tearing
pieces or flesh from their faces
Thlrtytbree peaaants were thus mal
treated
I
HOT DOWN IN COLD
BLOOD BY A WOMAN
London Dec 7The St Peters
burg correspondent of the Dally Tflt
graph In i despatch dated Deeembfr
6 went by way 6f ydtktlluaen says
15 The government bad deputlz1
General Sakbuoft to visit the provo
knee of Saratotf for the purpose or
quelling the t4rarian riots there A
woman belonging to the socalled fly
ing column of the revolutionary
IIIOveDltnt caned at the house of tiw
governor at Sartotr at noon today
ud asked to lee General Bakharoff
She fired throe shots at the gen ral
I killing him 011 the spot
i The tldhap reached 8t PeterK
i burg tonight Count Witte eharg d
I Lleute1lnt General Ruditfer minister
of war with the task of breaking the
DeWS to Madame Sakl1arotr
The event has created a profound
I lmPreetiOD In 8f Pertsbur owing h
feara that the revoinntloniats here will
I follow the example thus let
SECURITY MUTUAl
IS ON TIE RACK
By Associated Press
i New York Dee 7The affair of
the Security Mutual life of Bin
hampton N Y were under investiga
tion by the insurance investigating
I Committee today but DO facts of
great moment were eUcted
The posibility of criminal action
groin out of the investigation was
attracted hy a visit of District Attor
J ney Jerome to the committee today
daring the nearing Mr Jerome ask
I ed for a copy of the comm tteell r
i port which chairman Armstrong said
ihe hoped to have ready for the le8t
Iature In January
I
I Jewish Relief Fund
New York Dec 7The Jewish re
11tef fund was yesterday increased b
41162 The grand total Sa new 1
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