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T JWm ICoircuI I i a 1 t a onln TODAY
THE WEATHER Partly cloujy Thursday slightly colder fresh to brisk south winds ahlftlag to northwest
r
VOL YR NO 298
PENSACOLA FLORIDA MORNiNG
THURSDAY DECEMBER 21 1905 PRICE 5 CENTS
canal SINNED
to I flECEM9ER13
11 t as iii
Toth a tI UI2
II
i
i fILORIBA TGTAllS
SlIM 69111 1IIII c
345 iIIlsIIId i
NATIONAL t NNNERS AMOCIA I
TION 1tRPOK1 NOT YET COM
PLETED 4NiARP SRZAK OH
HEW YOtIK CO oN MARKET
FOLLOWIIW4 PuNIL Ai1DN OF
GOVERN lY EWnMATE I
> sy Qss 1 nillted Psen I
ubiq1a D C Dec Thei
aenrnE bursa today ilaHd Its e ttl
alt showhg the gtantfty of cotton
ginned frost the PlfteDt crop to DeI I
umber 11 oaunt itdg roua4 bales as
hdf bales to be SlIlltl as eompar
eo With 1171411 belfl 011 the same
dill las year
Coton ttsa d by the various states i
I
b ar foaotat nonda 69663 Geor
w 1M10Ai1 South Carolina IG4
tOt Texas Il7G613
Tb sea Island cotton report in
aludtd in lb totals ahows 90146
bales to December 11 or this
mount Frwa glowed 34196 Geor
ria hOl 8ntlt CaroUaa 9931
GNNERS 4 cCMT10N
Rf1EIS T MOT COMPLETED
nHUis DOThe National Gin
nn Asociatklll r port of cotton gin i
ntC tas DOt Men completed but will
I
h KI en oat later Rtiriag Press I
dt1 Taylor aelhorize1 the statement
lhtl 1 h crop tnclnltng December re
Ik to world be about nsttO bales
HAR RAt ON I
NEW YORK MARKET
II
New York Dee = OPolJowlng the
ulction fJl the goveruceats co
tor r port their was a alaarp break
OD the market Parch pnd Ky deem
ing 1 h1rly peialis later rallying and
reccnerta iIVeep to eighties points
CONili I LlED
AT CARYVIllEI
HENRY HAWKINS eo MOLY
CRUHRp mAT DEATH RE
SULTED1K > FEW MINUTES
aa rIM II The Jorentl I
Cary i lie het OHeI1ry Haw
kI1 conductor of a Jog rain of the
Geu E Wood Lumber Co aDd eon of
1udg W aadns of WestvilleI
raf killed near the north switch inl
the own or Car ille about t oclock
I
Ms night while at hit post of duty i
Log enginb 10 1 and 2 were iI
double hea41a with a heavy train of
1 fr WtttvHJr to Caryville
1wern the boetawhatchee river
alt Caryyfllegtne So 1 beam de
tkched from die train while tn mo
non Conductor Hurkln8 was 011 the
i
cat of logs hi front The rear part j
of the trata ad enktae No 1 col
fideo ruahWc Conductor Hkint J
tow which lajariefo bf died in about
on hour HJa mains were earried to
hiF home a Westvilie this morning
tot telllUlllt
anhn L Pinney clerk of the crimia
a1 < < 11m of ItIIoal11bia count was in
CU vit last week on his return from
btu ffD 1IaeedDc of the ConederatP
ec rants ia Jacksonville nd spent i
a ztn idtjt with his son Ed L
Finns torPmaa of the big slit or Ute i
Git E Wood LlaID ber Co
d r Pinney ft an old and bonerCl
ttJIfn of IIartIII and is a Coefeder
sit Veteran wto served ba the Vir
Roa arm sad war wounded in the
fell 1r rhP ebrvkP H nan
trfondf out UdI way who art always
gin f 11 skake Maids With shim and
cat about rive trials and tribulations
dsart the au War
NEGRO HANGED FOR
CRIMINAL A8AU1T
I
Ey iatd Press
WtlrisrtoL N C ON owm
Car1T a art u hanctd a Kn
Est ir r tot m ai a mtt
M it six car 1 e la t Nt
tmatber
1
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TERRIfIC STORM SWEPT
1 aTYaf JACK ONlttE
I Wid Reached Veiociy of Fijv Miles an
I HorCiIj1Cttt Off From thet
World for Malljl Hours I
Ry Aseoeiiy sues the wind reached a velocity of flit
Jacksonville Via Dec 20A tar mile an hour
rift storm wept over eboBvllle
s ad the surrounding eouatry for RUMOR THAT CITY WAS
hoara Oats aftelllGOD cutting tile city aWElPT tsY A CYCLONE
off from telecrapblc colUnla1eaUon
10th the real of the world Atlanta Dec OIt II rumored
No wires were 0rkhfJ until Dearly here tonight that Jacksonville J1a
tn oclock tonight ban beeR swept by a cyclone and
No damage was done In Jackson much damage done to property There
ville beyond the blowing down of a Is no communication by long distance
fw signs and injury to a few roofs telephone or by either telegraph com
The local weather bureau reports pony
i Dwyer Hummel Convicted
rr1 Sentenced to Prison
iy Rsnoclatad Pfls
New York Dec tAbraIuYD H
H1UIUIIel was CODvicteI this afternoon
of perjury nd liven the maximum
JEulty ender tile laY 011I8 year 1m
pnmeat and Ave hundred ddt
fine Hummel was takea at once to
the Tombs preparatory to beirj taken
to the penitetttia
HUJD1Del is ODe of New York
moat widely knows lawyers and has
ST ANDREWS BAY
ST1MAIL
MAIL FOUND
II STIBtE
hlMD tr of
lellr
Special to she Journal
Chiple Dec HFor some time
past there ba been more or leas com
platat about the delivery of mall be
tWen Chipley and St Andrews Bay
The postmaster ben boa bees gates
1r investigating the matter ant less
night accompanied b the city mar
shal vent to the stable when the
mall buggy was kept and roai Ave
sacks of mall 8S of which thou
h ave been dispatched two Qr three
clan ago
The postmaster bd the mall re
turn to the Cares and It was sot to
Its defitinaUK this morning
SUNDAY SCHOOL
OF BAPTIST
CHURCH >
GtNEltlnllRlat ill the
SIIiIy S III lIS c
ltllci It 1 a cIat
fMaJ
t
The Sunciatix school or the First Bap
fist chorea will bays its Cbrietma s
entfl1atument Jlrtda D1ht at
oclock In the Sunday school room of
the church
The eatcrtatament will bP ditrelnt
thb year from tb > usual kind give
by tais achooL
Tae mErnbers of hc school w m
taaee don tioaa Of fuits candid
toys dfiacles Ir lyisio s clothln C
ftc fur ne poor and and w 11
bln lak coatrlbutiojs of cash for li
mlaslnns in China i
A hY Interesting program its ss
been arnnl1lrt for the evening and
the prlblc iryftcd to attend
NEGRO MAN USED PITCHER
TC ASSAULT HIS WIFEIJ
Will 801 colored w as taken into
custody yesterday by tae police uPO1
e char of asautin bit wife wit 11
a pitcher The > man became enrage
G r seta re ark or bit wit sad
sehiK a heavy pltdker hatted it at
her Sb threw up her arm aDd tile I
pitcher luck it cutting oat of tbt
arteries of the arm
Tn wound wa a mo nJinful c
an ui lt1 sir o take a dill 11
UO ii h L
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p
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> ii2 i
1f2Jjj ijj i
m ilt
been connected with a number of 1m
portent cases
TIM charge upon which he was con
ylcti was perjury in the Dodplorse
diNlCe litigation by which he sought
to IIIacnr that In Monea 9orce
fronn Dodge wu Invalid
HulDJltel was released at ten oclock
tonight under ten thousand dollars
ball on a writ 6t Reasonable doubt
secured from Judge Woodward of the
Supreme Court In Brooklyn
I
TRIAL OF BENJIt
WHITE BEGUN i
IN U1S 1 COURT
r l Filii H a
l Id 1ft It I
15 Years
I I
The enticing away from home of
i Lillian Howell aged bout fl teen
I yearn who resides with her parent s
I near the navy yard Is likely to eaus sa
i D W and Benjamin Wbtt consider
i able trouble ID the near future pro
Yides the present plans of the father
I of tile yoOllC lad are carried out
I Ills Howell and B nJamln Whit
had quietly arranged to get married
but were unable to secure a Uceuae
owing to the qe of the young lady
They then decided to go to Some ottaer
place and secure the license and 1l
wu supposed that they had dert
ed for Mobile and an effort was lIIIUIe
to apprehend them but without sue
I
ceeaOn
On the fOllowing morning White
re
turnEd to his work at tac navy yard
but the young lady could not be found I
Yesterday fed oral authorities ap
peared at the navy yard and place I
both the wouldb bridegroom and fib
father D W Waite under arrest t
both being charged with enticii
young lady away from hn lv
Tb trial wbicn is po
ORe was started yesterday afterDon I
bore inHel Stases Gnlmi onr
Marsh a toe allege crime occurred I
on the nnaJ resenaion Som WH
nesses lpxamined but on account
II
of the aisence of others it was cn I
I tlnued until this afternoon when ill
will be decided wbeter or not tb 1 I
two parties under arrest are guilty oj j
the crime charged
AJtilOUgb dJigern search has been
made the officers htve not been abc
to locate the young lady since tae
day that she left home although 1l ti
is bell Hd l lat shy is some whey i
near her hoar
t l WOiRKttOUSEfIRE Ii
i IN NEW YORK CITY I
Illy Moaiated Preas
New York Qec 20The Women S
Workhouse Hospital and other bust
iRKs on iackells Island were oorn
ed early this morning There Wad
the grew tot nct ° ment among al tle
prisoner iall no lives were lost
The male prisoners marshaled ai1i1
forgetting they were prisoners came
to tH rescue of the women and tough t
like beos to gave life
The fire started in thJ sewing room
from an unknown CU Seven tle
n2ins arr r Pll1 III t h ej
I Tile toss ilS rifts thousand dollars I
f 0
3
at a
a r nub
i
HOUSE DElIS
ON CENEWll
TOPICS
1 y
Sp811tMany Hours in f1 ootln < <
ClarPigeons as on lM6m
ber Desoribas It
FEATURE OF DISCUSSION WAS
WASt
DEFENSE OF GOV 4MENT
COTTON STATISTICSt sOU
THERN MEMBERS fsENATE
DI8CUSES RAILROD lRATE
LEGISLATION Ct
>
By Aaeooiated P
WasIIIIIgtum Dec 20 house
today continued to shalt clty pi
eons as ODe member put and the
debate DR general toh1oa eoatlni
ued for boars It 1 D the
dlacusai of the presid teenage
wlll be concluded Waorrow after
a brief eessioa the boats adjourn
I for the holidays
A feature of the today
was the defense of the ltural
I Department by soathertf embers
who endorsed the ao cotton
statistic Mr Bowie btrtaa
said tlaatla the past sz the cot
ton statistics Hi from the
actual crop but done
per cenL
BRIEF CI BOlltid IOi I
RAttOAD TIDN
Washington tic t esly
blWIt at e
the senate today 4I8cua
sloa oa railroad rate lggiehltioa by
Senators Bbeaater aM t3ldberNa
CONFIRMED APPOIHTMENTt
OF Hew CON JL GENtRAL
Washington Dee 16rbe senate
today confirmed the appointment of
Alfred L M Gottecbalk as Consul gen I
eral to Mexico I
NEGRO ATTACKS
POliCEMAN
COlVIN
Wheat G e Litter Went to His Hluse
Wheatto
to Plaoe Him Under
Arrest
i 1Ii
>
nOrning at the home of the negro
rand the latter escaped death by a
vcry narrow margin a bullet from
the o1ftcer revoker scraping t e
skin cf the mans head
The s ° ster of Monk had made com
pIDt to the officer that he was at
home acting yerr disorderly aQd than
tone was compelled to stay away from
l1I1e on this account Sh asked for
his atesr and the officer went to the
I
pace designated He fear lion k
escated upon the rear stepS or tbe I
Lt use and plccin3 his hand upon th >
I
shoulder of the negro told him tha
hf was tinder arrest The negro re t
picd by telling the officer to get on I
his premises and if hJ did not h
would throw him 0 < <
The aMcer immediately started
with the man but a fight ensUed in
which Officer Coh1n was struck on
the head with some heavy Instru
nlfDt which broke his hamet 111
the fight the negro aneteedtXi 111 get
ring way The ofttcer called upon
him to halt but the negro kept run
nng so he fired one shot the bll1el
just grazing the head of the fieng
aearo F
The mn thought be bad been oho I
and was easily captured In the mu
nidpal court yesterday morning Monk
y as fin = d 2 end cost upon ih t
c tarres of cursing using oij ru t
la and resisting aa oIIIcer I
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t j s v > < < T > N
it E DESTROYS IMMENSE
i
N Y RAIlROAD TERMINALS
Fully Half the Terminals at Foot of VI
aid Street Burned Yesterday With
Loss of ssoooo
ay Associated Press
New York Dec B0Flr today
destroyed fully half of the Immense
raiJroad terminals at the foot or
West Twentythird street The lOBS
it estimated at awe hundred and Arty
thousand dollars
Crowded ferryboats and bua6hreds
of passengers Were uloading at the
I tumlAals when a sends of explosions
was heard and Immediately Immense
I volumes of smoke filled the great
buildings followed quickly by flames
I
I
I
I Several employees of th railroad I
I were severely burned and Ave were I
reported missing after tM Are was
under control
The Dew terry houses of the Deia
i ware L8cnwa aDd Western sad
the Jersey IentraJ Railroads are total
losses They laMe just been complet
eQ The terminals of the BrIe ad
Pennsylvania roads were In great
i danger for a time
I Hundreds of trunks are said to
I have been destroyed in the to ter
minals
I
I
I Senate Minority Objects
to Sbbnts Holding Two fobs
By Aaoclated Press j
I WashlnGion Dee 20COnftrma
I
I tons by the senate of the nomina
I
ions of Isthmian canal commission
I era were reconsidered today In exe
cottve session and a motion adopted
I
call1ng upon the president for a re
turn of the DotlflcaUoj of the mates
previous action The nominations
IIMPROVEMENTS
AT THE CITY
HAtL
1
kac SR Ja PIIritIII
rfur City oiirs to tIIe
I Chamber
A change which h s long bed
needed Is now being Made at the OItY
hail This change Is relative to The
council chamber where seats arena w
provided for only the mayor council
men and 1 eIMuters the other official
being compelled to remain on the
outside of the railing
The mayor after consulting the
charter found that it required seats
to be provided for the cha1nDaa
of the valous boards for membsrs and
also the city attoaey marshal and
othEr officials
As a consequence the railing whit
encloses the council amber is be
lag extended toward the stairway
and the adJtijoaal apace will be oc
copl f1 those officials when meet
fag Ie couDcll are being held
the preaetet quarters were
r It was with the intention to
only space enough for the
the twelve councilmen Ule
Ill aDd a desk for report
and since tbat
atn
AS aye been
Heats ttsile tile
ToE present cupcwent it Je
parted will he completed u fore ue
next council meeting and vi1lbe
gat Iy appreciated by those ofliciat
who He required to att nd eouncll
meet ings
DEMONSTRATION
AGAINST GUINA
GREAT BRITAIN PREPARING TO
MAKE SHOW OF FORCE TO
RESTORE ORDER
4
By Associated Pres
Washington Dec OTbe State
Dpartnpl1t by cablegram learns Jt
th > arrival at Shanghai of men fron
tic lrnist Baiiimon Th dfIJr
went is alw adviad the British ar
preparing for a Image demonstration
tare b y the a11fty and nary G r
man Japanese asd Austrian errs rs
aop cn lh way to 3ianhai
Qdt pa led yerrrday hm 01
on account of the armed force con
trolling the city
his understoo1 the trouble is not
i ire to anLi Am ° rica ireinq or to tPp
ott of Ami titan gads so that
OJ n r na < 11 ha an inte t in pu
J g lVWll u ri3in n UelJ
ports
I
< pF 4 <
will be referred to the later oeetnie
Canals Committee for consideration
It Is generally understood to be the
intention of the minority member o II
the committee when the D
are returned to enter a protest
against Chairman Shunts holding his
place on the commission and the pree
Ideney of the Clover Leaf railroad
at the same time I
J
FITlSIM MO N SI
WAS KNOCKED
nUT
laiyloi PtMi Ie k Iti
Jack fir Jut LaIaI
f3 Riun s
y AiliMclatM Pees
Baa Francisco Dec OJack
I OBrien won from Bob Filzsimmons in
I the thirteenth round the light heavy
weight championship after a bloody
stand hard fight The betting odds at
I the ring side this evening were ten to
eight on OBrien OBrlf weighed in
at 165 and FltzslmnJfns at 168
From the first OBrien forceQI thE
fighting hi several rounds he knock
ed Fitzsimmons to the floor Or near
ly through the rop s
In the eighth round FituimmODa
was groggy and from then to the
finish it was only a question of how
long he would last
An immeDile crowd thronged the
Mechanics pavilion and witnessed
the ISht
iPRO ClAMATIDN
ISSUED BY
MAYOR
ReIIIiYe tu SIIr8c t rlw rb
SIIie ra Ie FNl DR nd t
i mIG 23
i
i From the STan point of the city
authOltilh Christmas ceLbrations
must not com fore Decem
f hr 23 At feast charging of
fireworks within thp city limit wfi 1
E not be allowed before that date
The custom bas prevailed in Pea
sacola for many y ° ars for the mayo r
to issue a proclamation designatjn r
he time that fireworks can b fl
hargprl and alo prohibiting the II
of certain classes of Babe producers
Last night Mayor Bites issued a
proclamation sating that it will be
unlawful n diiicharge crack ra or tire
works of any description bffor j
oclock Saturday morning Dec < mbr
3 Af that elate the young pap1 el
can enjoy themselves in making noise +
I
until 7 oclock on ToaD mornln g 1
January 2
I
Xo one hoes ever will be allowed to
1JS whi ire known ag torperio or
arrrifh cants nor will hey be al
I Uairl t unCl > + tYC czaooe cracJua
i over four inchv 1n length 1
S < <
i
RUSSIAN STRIKE
INAUGURATED
1II t of RIIIIl1 IIists a
Siiceassudisspmmling
I
A STATE OF SIIIEGE
r
Wtt1 PmiaiJy II k ia the
I PriI Rasia Cidls
PROVINCIAL AUTHORITIES AL
RIADY EMPOWERED TO TAKE
ENERGETIC ACTIONQOVERN
MEHT TRYING TO KEEP OPEN
COMMUNICATION RED FLAG
RAISED AT ROYNO
By Aoclted Press
St Petersburg Dec OReport8
reeelYed from Moscow this afternoon
Indicate that the general trite wad
successfully inaugurated and H
spreading rapidly Even the electric
light plants arc clot d
Governor General DoubaSsf has de
clared the city In a partial state of
8e1e which gives the chi author
ties exceptional power of arrest H
The next move will Of to declare a
selge In which
military upelCedt
elvll power
The expected Inauguration of the
strike here tomorrow will b follow
ed by similar measures Lilt If the 1
oation Is worse than anticipated mar
tial law will be declared
Provincial authorities naVe alreadY
been empowered In ant Ie palioa of h
tag cut off from the capitol to act
lire their own ponsihlin + even o
the pitsatnatlcn of mrtlal bw
The railroad stations here were 0
cJpled by troops this aferrocn an
the governDHnt made an attempt t I
maintain some kind or train ler t
peeially 10 she German frontier
and to keep open cable comm tication
with foreign points
RVOLUTIONIST RAIN
RED FLAG AT IIfOVNO
Royno Rusia Dc 211T11e r1
oluUonists today hoisted rhN red fa
over a factory here and the polices
were unable 10 remove it 1 machine
glln battery was brought lip and h
flagstaff shot away
NEWS NOTE
OF WESTVIllE
Special to The Jourr
WesMlle Dee 20Rpv Wheeler
preached at the Baptist church Sun
day
Hon J A1 Hatbawa was in town
Monday from the east s1 of the
river
Mr Bower Vaughn uf Barkers
was in town Tuesday
Mr J T Pitman of rrogonlu
was in lOW II Tuesday
Mr Alex Hobbs was iu 1Jn on
Monday
Hon H E H1ckmall wn t Bon
faT MondRY
Mr Henry Hwkins or Wnlltvill
an emloye un on of t fge E
WOod Lumhr COg lug traitin W13
killed laic nigh at Can by
train fire bereaved famH 1IVe our
sympathy
Mrs Mattie Duran 1 is Si at h r
home
The infan u u of Mr pf r Is sick
with pneumcl
W T Boodworth ha bL n onftn i
to his coon for Ave or six days 4 ti
a severe vd
Henry Stanlt our torn town
man now operator at Cpr is Is la
to4D today
TNEINSURANCE
INVES11IGATION
By Associated Press
XfO Yfr I 1 20Th Vashin
ton Lif r a Lit an Bani Ill
late InHar com pan i = divd
rh atn1 I the leRi = 1 g inl
Ugali tttee ro a
ConaeUas DoTEm jI r of 8
Germaaia said hat HI ot r
rompanyjC htJinp < ne 11
Europe iJrinfpa + r pl
war r 0 1 11
that done t decFr d
il lOft + nityN t11t ff + tr
lapses and the cost much lest
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