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.1, ! On Time ...... cents I six Times ; 90 cents cents , I One Month 91.50 cents I Count alx words of average length to s, line. Cash with order. No ad. Uken for less-than the cost of 4 line. Two Time ..............SO Three Times 35 The reduction in rate Is for consecutive Insertions. W ant Ads. . LEGAL NOTICE. NOTICE. H Notice Is -hereby riven 'that the un- ersignea aamimstratrix or tne estate oi V-dolph Hernandes. deceased, will on t i 27th day of Aprfl, A. D. 1911, pre r it her final account and vouchers to . County Judge of Escambia county, Florida, and ask to be discharged from administrators lp.- ' I Bct26oam$m Administratrix. -' Notice Is hereby given to creditors, I fatees. distributees, and all persons hav- nig claims or demands against the estate let David Bear, deceased, to present the Same to the undersigned within two (2) 1 years from the first publication of this otlce. This January 7th. 1911. H. J. GRFJKNHUT. ; . M. J. KAHN, ,fan7oaw8w , Executors.- CREW NOTICE. Neither the Captain. Owners, jior Consignees of the Spanish steamship Vivina will be .re- . by the crew of said vessel. OULF TRANSIT. CO., Captain. :' Consignees. n c yL Nelth V slble CREW NOTICE. ' Neither the Captain, Owners, consignees. -or the steam-' santana, wlu be respon-for-debts contracted by the crew of said vessel. - . THOS. C. BAT. KETSERMTTLTON CO.! Captain. ..'Consignees..'- ;;,. " " '" NOTICE. : Notice Is hereby given to creditors, le gatees, distributees, and all nersons hav ing claims or demands against the estate Of A. C Tlppin, deceased, to present the same to tne undersigned within two (2) years from the first publication of this notice. February 18th. 1911. WM. A. TIFFIN, feblSoawSw-, . - Executor. - i NOTICE. 1 Notice is hereby given to creditors, le ratees. distributees, and all nersons hav Ing claims or demands, aaalnst the -estate of Ann Elisabeth Chipley, deceased, to present the -same to the undersigned with in two ia years rrom tne nrst publication of this notice, i This 18th day of Febru ary, A. V. Mil. DUDLEY CHIPLEY. ... ' . ,t HUNT CHIPLKY. CLARA MAXWELL, febl$oaw8w Executors; C NOTICE. , ' Notice is hereby given to creditors, le gatees, distributees, and all Dersons hav ing claims or demands agafhst the estate of Gustave Axelson, deceased,, to present 'the same -to the undersigned at DeFunlak i (Springs, 4 Florida, within two -(2) years from the first publication of this notice. fTblsuux day or February. A. r. mi. c-r-s-rri tANiei Campbell, feblSoawSw., . . ... Executor. . . . MASTER'S SALE. ' . Under and by virtue of a decree of foreclosure and sale rendered by the Hon. J.- Emmet Wolfe, Judge i of the Circuit Court of Escambia County. - Florida, on the 18th day of January, A. D. 1911, In the case of Pensacola State Bank, a cor poration under the laws of the State of Florida, versus J. M. Harper and Mattle 8. Harper, his wife, I will, on Monday, the 6th day of March, A. D. 1911. sell at public auction to. the highest bidder for cash, before the . County . Court House door In the City of Pensacola. Escambia County. Florida.- during- the legal hours of sale, the following described real .11.... . 1 I 1 I 1 carabla County, Florida, to-wit: All of Jjdc- jnve (o; ana tne ivortn une-nair. i tt t j Twin til In l.xtlnn TnurtMn I l Township One (iy. South,. Range Thirty (3e) West, containing One Hundred and Seventy-five (175) acres, more or less. Also the following described personal property In Escambia County, State of 1 lorlda, to-wlt: One diamond ring; one 'Lalf () undivided Interest In the horse known as Tallow Dip; one Ford Automo bile. Model T. Number 13672; one Under wood Tvoewriter: also an undivided one half ( Interest tn Cash Register and Safe and all Furniture and Fixtures now FINANCIAL, f XL X The Business; Man who wants banking facilities that will meet . the requirements of his business, should 1 consider the :rr First National Bank ft. to f '. m v v-y Its growth and is careful in all the business which goes to protect its custom ers and stockholders. r r First National Bank r . of Pensacola, Florida. ; Designated Depository of the . United States. , - Ww.4tHYER JR., ' W. S. KEYSER, 'W.J.FORBES, f-vr- t ?Presldent. Vice-President. . Cashier. THOS. W. BRENT, Ass't Cashier. W. N. ROBERTS, Asst Cashier. Directors FrC Brent, W. A. Blount, W H. Knowles, W. K. Hyer, Jr.,W. J. :Lt 3' -.-Forbes, W. S. Keyser, Knowles Hyer, Thos. W. Brent. c THE CITIZENS NATIONAL BANK PENSACOLA . L. HILTON GREEN. President. r'7 MANSFIELD MORENO. Asst-Csshler, 'J-t V -.- ; . . . . . . A oenersl banking business conducted on a safe and conservative basis. i.V, REESE. - .--' President R. M. CART. Vice-President he Peoples National Bank of Pensacola rf. , . w . a-' u Aiwinonin i ju, ,4. O. A'Cen.rsl Banking Business Trsnsacted ,. sneTits glvtn Special Attention. , . W. A. V AA,EntJUiK 1 JS, LEGAL NOTICE. contained . In that '. certain storeroom known as Number 43 South Palafox Street. . Deed and bills of sale at cost of purchaser. W. D. HOWE, : feb4oaw4w - Special MasterJ PROCLAMATION. Whereas, His Majesty. King Prlscus XTT. has given official notification that he will arrive on the Royal Tacht Rospen In the waters of Pensacola Bay at High Noon, Monday, February 27th, 1911. on his annua visit to hla Roval Subjects; Therefore. X Frank Rellly. Lore High Mayor of the City of Pensacola, proclaim two days of royal revelry during, the visit of His Majesty. King Prlscus XII. Febru ary 27th and 28th. 1911. and permission is hereby given to all his subjects to throw coarse confetti upon all whom they may desire: but the. use of dusters, rubber balls,' loaded canes, squawkers, the throw ing of Cachoo powder and other objec tionable devices is strictly prohibited ; also that no one will be allowed to touch any lady, grasp her, rub confetti in her face or touch herewith hand- or duster. , Any person found guilty of violating any of the provisions of this proclamation will be arrested and punished for disorderly con duct. Also the wearing of gloves by maskers is strictly prohibited. And L Frank ReiUy, Lord High Mayor of the City of Pensacola, . commend all officers of the - City of Pensacola, the Privy CotncH. all and singular, together with the royal subjects of His Majesty. King Prlscus XII. and the strangers with in our gates, to be present at the ' Royal Wharf called Palafox at High Noon on the 27tfc day of February, for the purpose of Free tin k His Royal Highness o his ar rival and from there to the Palace,-where he shall greet his Queen and to do all things ijccessary for the entertainment of th Koya' Visitors. , In these commands fail not least you brtn upon yourself the royal displeasure of your King. Given under my hand and seal this 11th day of February, A. D. 1911. FRANK REILLT, Attest: Mayor, City, of Pensacola. I G. tATMARD, . ' , City Clerk. -febl2-19-22-23-24-25-2-28 In Escambia County Circuit , Court, State of Florida. ' In Chancery Lillian McNair- by her next friend, ' W. J. Gamble; vs. HlUlard.W. McNair. On Mon day, the sixth day of March, A. P. 1911, the defendant, HUliard W. McNair, is required to appear to the bill filed against him herein. This order to be published once each week for four consecutive weeks in The Pensacola Journal, a news paper published in said Escambia Countv. Jas. Macgibbon, Clerk Circuit Court. By Thos. Johnson. D. C. . Pensacola, Fla., February 1st, 1911.- feb4oaw4w In Escambia County Circuit Court, 8tate of Florida.' In 'Chancery Nancy L Lewis, vs. Hampton Lewis. On Monday, the sixth day of March, A. t. 19ir. the defendant, Hampton Lewis, . is required to appear to the bill filed against him herein. This order to be published once eacn weex tor iour consecutive weens in The Pensacola Journal, a newspaper pub lished in said Escambia County. Jas. Macgibbon, Clerk Circuit - Court. By Thos. Johnson; D. C . Pensacola. Fla., February 1st, 1911. - . ,. feb4oaw4w MASTER'S SALE. Under , and by virtue: of a jlecree of foreclosure and sale rendered on the 19th day of January. 1911, .by the. Honorable J. Emmet Wolfe, Judge of the Circuit Court for Escambia County, State of Florida, in a certain cause in said court pending,.' wherein James C. Watson is complainant and W. H. Kllbee and Cella Kilbee, his wife, are-defendants, J will on Monday, the 6th day of March. 1911 in front of the Escambia -County Court House door in the City of Pensacola, Florida, expose to sale to the highest and best bidder for cash during the legal hours of sale the following described real estate, situate, lying and being in Escam bia County, State of. Florida, to-wlt: Be ginning at a point on the East line 'of the right of way of the Louisville Nash ville Railroad Company, where a perpen dicular strikes the South corner of the S. N. Smith or Oak field Tract; being the Northwest corner of the N. B. Cook prop erty; thence Southward along said right FINANCIAL. -u.- .r .J the reason therefor it small essentials of its WM. FISHER. Vice-President J. W. DORR - Cashier. DIRECTORS... ' . 7' .' . JR. M. CART, L. J. REEVES, T. E. WELLES.' KE.ESEL W. DtC. KJfiSSl-JUl. and Accounts Solicited' Ships' Dlsburss- LEGAL NOTICE. of way 14.15 chains to the N. B. Cook 8. W. ' corner: thence Eastward at right angles to said Railroad 10 chains to a stake on N. B. Cook's South line as a starting point; thence continuing in the same direction 19.69 chains to a stake: thence Southeasterly, forming an angle of 137 degrees, 12 minutes, 25.49)4 chains to a stake; thence Southward parallel to Railroad 3.74 chains to a stake on North line of L. ,C. White, (or McMillan) prop ertyr thence along North line of said L. C. White propertv Westward 15.15 chains to a stake at its Northwest corner: thence Northward along East line of the W. H. Kilbee property 6.05 chains to Its N. E. corner;-, thence Westward along W. H. Kllbee's North line to a stake 10 chains from East line of Railroad right of way: thence Northward parallel to Railroad 14.10 . chains to a starting point, con taining 47 acres more or less or the Fran cises Vidal - Tract, Section 35. Tp. 1 South, - Range Thirty (30) West. Being the same property conveyed to the said Cella Kilbee by Louis Boley on February 8th, 1909, and recorded In Book 53, page 512 of the Records of Deeds fn Escambia County, Florida. Deed at cost of purchaser.- ' ' . - v - KIRKE MONROF. feb4oaw4w v Speds' '- Livetbclc and Poultry. PINE CREST POTTLTRT YARDS tan furnish you with Black Minorca. White Wyandotte. R. I. Red and White Orping ton, eggs from birds of highest quality, at reasonable prices. -Write me ,your wants. R. R. Reeve, R. F. D. No. 1, Pen sacola. 19feb MODEL INCTTBATORS Hatch chix that will live. MODEL BROODERS will keep them healthy and save the heavy mor tality. Thev will pay for themselves with the first hatch. I guarantee satisfaction to every purchaser. C. Ounter Elmore, phone 917. 29dec FOR SALE Light brahma cockerel and two white wyandotte cockerels at a bar gain. Apply 909 . N Barcelona. Phone 1079. . 12'eb EGOS. EGGS From prise winning Barred P. Rocks and R.-1. Reds. -at-$t per set ting ef 13. Cornish game and White Wyandotte eggs. 10c each. Phone 41. J. B. Tiller. .310 Blount Building. 21jan HAWKINS strain Barred Rocks Eggs, 31.00 per setting of 13. Satisfaction guar anteed. Mrs. D. R. McQuarrle. R. 1. Box 82, Cantonment, Fla. - 8feblm COTTAGE HILL POULTRY YARDS White Rock, brown leghorn and Rhode Island Red eggs. 21 per 13. Indian run ners $2. Also 1 runner drake for sale. Day-old chicks. 10c: Cottage Hill Poultry Yards. Cottage Hill, Fla. 12feb RELIABLE POTTLTRY FARM Ergs for hatching: W. Wyandottes. S. C R. I. Reds, 10c -each, 38 per 100. S. C. W. Leghorns. $1.00 per 15. $6 per 100. Day old chicks, 15c each. E. M. Graves. R. 1. Pensacola. Fla. 4feblm BAY VTFW PARK POULTRY YARD Black MInorcas a specialty.. Eggs, $1.00 to $1.60 per setting. Prixe-wlnnlng stock. W. T. Tracy. 14th street and 20th avenue. P. O. Box 676. . 28 Jan SECRET SOCIETIES. SIR KNIOHTS, ATTENTION I Regular conclave of Coeur De,Leon'Com mandry No. 1 Knights Templar, MondaTy Feb. 27th at 7:10 o'clock, Sojourning Sir Knights courteously Invited. 70 0 - T W1T.1VM BRUCE S. WEEKS E. C. Recorder. PENSACOLA LODGE NO. 4, f. O. O. F j meeting every T "v: Thursday. 1:30 P. m., at their iall. Cor. Bay 'en and Bel mont Sts. Vis itors cordially Invited. SCOTT M. LOFTIN. GEO. W. CARPENTER. N. O. Secretary. VOLUNTEER VETERAN FIREMEN. Volunteer Veteran Firemen's Associa tion meets at Recorder's Court Room the first Friday t in each month at 7.80 p. m. J. N. ANDREWS. DAN MTJRPHT. President Secretary NEW INDUSTRIES FORMED IN DIXIELAND DURING THE PAST WEEK. , Chattanooga, Tenn, Feb. 24. Tho new industries organized In the south during the week ending today as re ported by the Tradesman indicate per haps . better than anything that could be said, that the improved condition Is a fact and not a theory. A gradual betterment has been noted since tho first of the year that is now more pro nounced .and ot a nature that encour ages the belief, that with the opening of 'spring conditions will be more near ly normal than they have been for sev eral years. The ; Tradesman's weekly report of new Industries which follows shows the organization of some special ly large and : Important companies, notably a $100,000 lumber company in Arkansas; a 8250,000 bank and $250, 000 mining and manufacturing; com pany In Kentucky; $100,000 lumber company In Georgia; $100,000 light and traction company In Kentucky; $100. 000 lumber mill In Louisiana; $10,010 electric light and power company In Mississippi; $125,000 lime company In North Carolina;' $125,000 telephone eorrTany In South Carolina; $500,000 vV ;, cm TRADESMAN'S WEEKLY REVIEW TELEGRAPHIC MARKET REPORTS SPiRT WflKEI mil iv CLOSES STEADY Savannah, Ga.,, Feb. 24. The spirits of turpentine market opened firm at 83 this morning, and declining a fraction, closed steady. Rosins were steady. . Transac tions were as follows: Open, Arm 88 Close,- firm .87 8-4 Sales, casks ,276 Receipts, casks 70 Shipments. casks 229 Stocks, casks 1222 The rosin market opened firm as fol lows: - . WW. .....8 10.. WG 8 05 N , 8 00 M 7 95 K, 7 90 I 7 60 H 7 40 G 7 25 F 7 20 E ... ...7 17 D , 7 15 B 7 12H The close was firm at unchanged prices. Sales, barrels .....1252 Receipts, barrels .......246 Shipments, barrels 975 Stocks, barrels 6R.421 PENSACOLA COTTON MARKET. The following report is furnished dally for The Journal by Harris, Allison & Co., Cotton Merchants, .Pensacola, Fla.: Good middling 14 Strict middling 13 7-8 Middling ..'.. 13 3-4- Strict low middling .........13 3-3 NEW YORK COTTON MARKET. Ope . Close. March 13.75-76 ' 13.81 -S2 May 13.97-99 14.03-04 June 13.96-97 14.02-03 October ..........12.57 12.64-66 LIVERPOOL COTTON MARKET. ' , Open. Close. March-April 7.29 7.33 April-May 7.32 7.35 May-June 7.33 1-2 7.36 Sales, 8000 bales. - T VIHMVLI By Associated Press. New York, Feb. 24. The cotton market opened steady at a decline of 711 points and so hi 8 to 18 points net lower during the early trading under scattered llqudla tion and bear pressure Inspired by lower cables than were expected and. weakness in the stock market. 8elllng seemed to be promoted also by the circulation of notices against March contracts estimated at about 75,000 bales, but there was a good demand for that month around 18.73 and several houses were said to be taking nnnnr mm i UUIIUMI WEAK HARBOR AND The fishing schooner Rutb A. Welles of the Saunders fleet arrived yester day from the fishing banks with a car go of 16,000 pounds of snappers and 8,000 pounds of groupers. Tho schooners Dorothy and John M. Keen sailed for the snapper banks yesterday. Several of the river boats got away from port yesterday for various points from port yesterday for various points, all carrying out good cargoes. All of the vessels will make return trips by Monday morning, bringing visitors to the city for Mardl Oras. The Norwegian steamer Ella began discharging a large cargo of ma hogany logs on the east side of Tarra gona wharf yesterday afternoon. The Breakwater. Company of Phila delphia has been awarded the .con tract to construct a breakwater and sand catcher at the north end of the Cape Cod canal in Barnstable Bay, at a cost of $965,000. The French Line announces that It will establish a passenger service be bank in Tennessee; $ft00,000 irrigation company and $100,000 lumber company In Virginia. The complete list or new industries as .reported by the Tradesman follows: Alabama. Gadsden $7,600 land company. Birmingham $15,000 electrical com pany; $50,000 bottling works. AehviUe $10,000 cooperage company. Bessemer $2,500' foundry. Arkansas. Conway $50,000 bank. Texarkana $10,000 development company. Fort' Smith $10,000 auto, supply company. Little Fock $100,000 lumber com pany; $5,000 ice company. Florida. Jacksonville - $100,000 amusement company": $50,000 land company; $23. 000 machinery eomrany. Fernandlna $50,000 bank. Pensacola $100,000 bottling works. Georgia. Macon $100,000 realty company; $10,000 realty company. Bowman $25,000 bank Atlanta $250,000 bank; $250,000 mining and manufacturing company. Kentucky. -Trniiinrfn ts.ooo aiass factory: $5. 000 plumbing company; $100,000 realty company. Somerset $100,000 electric light and traction company. Murray $50,000 tobacco works. . Lebanon $25,000 hardware flooring company. cotton up- as fast as the notices reached them. Prices during the middle of the morning showed rallies of 3 or 4 points from the lowest. It was reported that while a good deal of the cotton being taken up on contract Is for the account of leading bull inter ests, considerable of it is being taken by southern spot dealers. The apparent de mand for the local stock and the bullish southern spot advices helped the market during the forenoon and prices at one time worked up to within 36 points of last night's finals, yet the market still seemed to be without any general sup port. The lnto-sight for the week was a shade smaller than estimated, exports continued large and southern spot mar kets officially reported early were un changed to l-16c higher, but there was no revival of general demand for futures and the market during the early after noon eased off to a net decline of some 912 points under realizing by early buy ers and scattered local selling. Spots closed quiet; middling uplands. 14.10; middling gulf, 14.35. Sales, 1.200 bales. New Orleans Futures. Nw Orleans, Feb. 24. Cotton futures opened steady at a decline of 9 to .12 points on poor cables which were said to be due to the effect of the rate decision of yesterday on the stock market. Re ports that a large number of March notices had been issued in New York also had a bearish effect in the early trading. After the call the market was quiet but the feeling was better and offerings were absorbed without putting prices lower. The weather map Indicating continued cold In the west was considered favorable, since cold will conserve the recent rain fall and It held the new crop months down. At the end of the first half hour of trad ing prices were 10 to 12 points under yesterday's close. The market was quiet throughout the entire morning session. Neither bulls'nor bears seeiaea disposed to increase their commitments. Leading bulls bid once or t vv ice- for moderate lots of the near months but got little cotton. Outside business was next to nothing owing to the uncertainty over the Scott bill and also to uncertainty over the new crop. Professional traders advanced the opinion that the new crop deliveries were sur prisingly steady in consideration of the present situation. Toward the end of the morning prices slowly recovered on mod erate buying of covers by shorts and at noon the list was t to 8 points under yes terday's rlose. Liverpool Spots. Liverpool, Feb. 24. Closing: Cotton spot moderate business done. Prices 2 points lower American middling, fair. .95: good middling, 7.63; middling, 7.51; low middling,- 7.81; good ordinary, 7.05: ordinary, fi. 80. The sales of the day were 8.000 bales, of which 600 were for specula tion and o.port and included 7,700 Ameri can. Receipts, 7,000 bales, Including 300 American. Futures opened and closed steady. February-March, . 7.33: March-April. 33; April-May, 7.85; May-June, 7.361-2; Junti-July, T.86; July-August, 7.85; August-September, 7.16; September-October, 6.8.r; October-November. 6.72; November Deceinber, 6.66. Liverpool Statistics. Liverpool. Feb. 24. Following are the weekly cotton statistics: Imports of all kinds. 95.000 bales: Imports, American, i0,?K; stock, all kinds, ,1.350,000; stock, American, 1,175.000: American forwarded, 6,C0O Total exports, 19,400. tween Havre and New Orleans In May. James Stewart & Co., of New York, have been authorized by the commis sioner of navigation to change' the name of the screw steamer Stewart to Ether Stewart, and George F. Monk has been authorized to change the name of the barge Stella O. Callahan to Matilda a Monk, The new steamer Madison of the Old Dominion Lino arrived in .New York on her maiden trip from Norfolk on Feb. 2. She was built .by the New port News Shipping Company and is commanded by Capt. J. G. Hulpbers, formerly of the Monroe. Foreign arrivals In New York dur ing .the month of January numbered 297 steamers, 4 ships, 3 barks and. 10 schooner, total 314. Domestic arrivals 214 steamers, 2 barks and 137 schoon ers, total 353. The arrival of nine square-rigged vessels in one month Is an unusual occurrence. a The steamer Minnahannock. which has carried prisoners back and forth Paducah $5,000 hotel company. Louisiana. New Orleans $250,000 land company; $100,000 land company; $25,000 manu facturing company. Patterson $7,500 electric light plant. Paintsvllle Electric light and powci plant. Shreveport $100,000 lumber mill. Lake Charles $10,000 bottling works. Minden $5,000 bank. Mississippi. Olive Branch $10,000 ginnery. Meridian $100,000 electric light and power plant. Gulfport $8,000 bottling , works. North Carolina. Hendersonville $50,000 lumber com pany. Greensboro $25,000 drug company. Swanquarter $10,000 canning fac tory. Henderson $10,000 warehouse com pany. , Ramseur $25,000 drug company. Selma '$5,000 publishing company. Winston-Salem $125,000 lime com pany; $25,000 hardware company. - Boonville $10,000 "bank. Shelby $25,000 publishing compan.. Vass $50,000 bank. Hallsboro $10,000 realty company. Oklahoma. Mustang1 $15,000 telephone company Durant $20,000 oil and gas company Oklahoma $200,000 salt mines. Britton $3,000 telephone company. Mario w $50,000 Investment com pany. Muskogee) $690,000 waterworks. RALLY IN THE WHEAT MARKET ' By Associsted Press. Chicago, Feb. 24. Signs that world's shipments would show a smaller total this week, helped rally wheat prices to day. Liverpool reported also that the market there displayed unexpected strength, owing to a better mtllirrg ln ouiry. Minneapolis stocks had decreased 275,000 bushels for the week against an Increase of the same amount a year ago. Opening quotations here were l-8c higher to a shade lower. May started at 89 7-8 to 90 1-4, a rise of 1-4& 3-8 to a sixteenth off but reacted to 89 7-8. Selling by local traders discouraged corn. May opened 1-8 to l-8(gl-4c down, at 48 5-8 to 5-83-4c, touched 48 3-4 and sank to 43 l-4c Oats dragged lower with corn. May started a shade to l-8l-4c easier at 31 l-2c to 31 5-8c, rallied to 21 5-83-4c, and fell to 31 3 -8c. Provisions weakened because of a heav ier run of hogs west. First salt's were 2 1-2 to 7 l-210c cheaper, with May op tions at $17.80 for pork; 9.40 for lard and 9.659.67 1-2 for ribs. BAD BREAlT IN T By Associated Press. New York, Feb. 24. Refusal of the In terstate commerce commission to grant high freight rates to the eastern and western railroads was the signal for heavy selling of securities at the opening of to-day's market. Previous to the opening there was extensive liquidation of Americans in London, where prices ten from 2 to 8 points. The principal features of the opening were U. S. Steel, which opened with block of 30,000 shares at a loss of 4 1-4 points; Reading with 200 scares at 153 1-2, followed by 10.000 at 154. compared with 159 1-8 at last night's close; Union Pacific 5,000 shares which sold down 4 3-4 points; large blocks of Northern Pacific at a loss of 4 1-2. Great Northern, preferred, which was off 7 1-8, Lehigh Vallev 6 3-4; Missouri Pacific 5 1-4, Wabash, preferred, 4 1-4, Southern Pacific 4 8-4, Missouri Kansas and Texas 4 1-4, St. Paul 4 1-2 and other declines ranging from 2 to 3 points. The n-arket was active with slight Improvement after the earlier quotations. Commission houses were hesvy sellers in the market, the failure of customer-to respond to calls for more margin com pelling heavy liquidation of accounts. After the opening realizing the market began to reflect concerted support by powerful interests and 'stocks were for.;ed upward despite much irregularity and feverlshness In the process. Fluctua tions of -1-2 a point or more between .transactions wera common. The top MARINE to Blackwell's and Hart's Islands from Manhattan for over forty years, was retired last week and replaced by the modern steamer Correction, recently completed by the John W. Sullivan Company. It is estimated that an av erage of 75 prisoners a day have been carried by this old craft which is now obsolete. The crew of the battleship Georgia won the Battenburg cup in the races recently held between the crews of the Atlantic fleet In West Indian wa ters; the Jamestown cup. was won by the crew of the Kansas; the Duncan cup by fie Louisiana's crew, and the Havana cup by the Mississippi's crew. The Hamburg-American Line an nounces that Jt will inaugurate a new service primarily for immigrant trans portation between Hamburg and New Orleans about May 30. VESSELS IN PORT. Steamships." Ravelston, Br. Macgregor, 1315, Vt The Keyser-Muldon Co. Hazel Wood, Br. DalzieL 2791. to The Guthrie $10,000 cons traction com pany. South Carolina. . Kershaw $15,000 realty company. Fock Hill $15,000 realty company. Charleston $50,000 manufacturing company; $100,000 bank. Anderson $25,000 lumber company. Hartsville $25,000 lumber company. Greenville $10,000 electric supply cpmpany. Monroe $125,000 telephone company. Norway $20,000 bank. Tennessee. Memphis $500,000 bank; $25,000 in vestment company; $10 000 manufac turing company; $25,000 realty com pany; $20,000 lumber com pany r $100, 000 manufacturing company. KnoxvIIle $50,000 mines. Nashville $100,000 bottling ' works: $30,000 building and manufacturing company; $50,000 garment factory. Columbia $10,000 bank. Lexington Quarries. Chattanooga $32,000 amusement company. Texas. Humble $150,000 oil and gas com pany. McGregor Cotton gin. Dalhart $15,000 lumber company. Houston $40,000 brick company; $20,000 investment company; $5,000 oil and gas company. ( Colaid $25,000 laundry. Texas City.-r-$S0,000 construction company; $100,000 electric light and power company. Palestine $20,000 grain company. STOCK IRK Financial, Business and Commercial Quotations point of the rally showed the list gnr ally up from 1 to 2 points from the '"v level with Lehigh Vallev making an ex ceptional raj'y of 3 3-4. Speculative b r4 s"ffred much less j.roporticrately' tli!v stocks. Pv 11 o'olook the market qMl"ti ' considerably and showed a fairly stab" ton e. Prices began to go off again with New York Central extending its loss to over. 4 points. United States Steel going bsk to 77 and other important stocks ri'lln? withfn a small fraction of their lowe?t when the supporting orders were pum more distributed and the decline storpfd. Reports of conferences among leading Interests to arranpe for all contingencies reduced the aggressiveness of bear opera tions. Binds were weak. Slow prepress upward was made during the latter part of the dav on limited deal ings and there was no trace of the excite ment and nervousness that chararterfxid the .earlier openings. By 2 o'clock the market was at the best level of the day, but anywhere from 1 to 4 polite be'ow yesterday's close, the latter In Union Pa c'flc Reading and Great Northern pre ferred. PNEUMONIA FOLLOWS A COLD But never follows the use of Foley's Honey and Tar. which checks th cough and expels the col.i M. Stock well. Hannibal. Mo., says, "It beats nil the remedies I ever used. I contracted a bad cold and cough end was threat ened with pneumonia. One bottle of Foley's Honey and Tar completely cured me." No orlates, Just a reliable household medicine. W. A. D'Alemberte, druggist anl apothecary. 121 Palafox SL In Front of the Sporting Gocx!s Shop Window. "Say, mother. I've been prayln for a pair o skates for ever so long. Don't you think we'd better stop here an get them an' cave God the trouble T' Life. CROMANTON. Special to The Journal. Cromanton, Feb. 23. The dry weath er still prevails in this part of the state, but fruit trees are putting on an extremely heavy growth for so early In the season. Orange trees are bloom ing. E. S. Kinney was a caller at Mo shers Sunday. He Is working now for the S. A. L. Co. building bridges. John Studebnker and Mr. Welch called at Mr. Moshers to view his fine orange grove. Quite a number of real estato sales occurred last week ir. and around Cro manton. Arthur Brake sold feme of Mj ho'l Ings. E. S. Kinney rold forty eo.;r and Mr. X'Anifer sold several lots. Our school is progressing fine with Miss Trk-key at th helm. Mr. Hi!), of Birm'tjfl.arn,' was a oili er &t Mosher's & few Cays ago, lu-: specting Ms orange trees. Subscribe foi The Tonrnat NEWS Keyser-Muldon Co. Katherine, Br. Kennedy, 2183, to Geo. W. Howe. - Juno. Nor, Abrahamsen, 1555, to W. L. Wittich & Co. ' . Portland, Br. Beazley, 1799, to Pen sacola Lumber Co. Dordrecht. Dutch, Visser, 1404, lO Gulf Transit Co. Ships. Rosarlo, ItaL Florentine, 1496, to master. Macdiarmld, Ital. Simonetti, 1568,"r master. Barks. Annie. Br, Wold, 1373, to master. Gesso, Ital, Avegno, 988, to Southern States Lumber Co. Due Culglni, Ital, Colase, 1170. to Ro sasco Bros. Chili, Ital, Gotusa, 610, to Rosaso Bros. Pasqualino, Ital, Scot to, 727 to mas ter. Flora, Ital. Schiappacasse. 876, Rosfsco Pros. Nera, ItaL Schlafflno, 1097, to mas ter. Schooners. John I Treat, Am, Barnes, 463, to master. Dallas $20,000 publishing company; $20,000 railroad company. Alvin $15,000 Ice and cold storage plant Brenham $5,000 candy factory. Webster $10,000 lumber company. Mercedes $60,000 plantation com pany. Temple $7,700 printing company. " Waco $32,500 nursery company; $150,000 drug company. Granbury $5,000 lumber compahy.' San Antonio $600,000 irrigation company. Conroe $10,000 bank. Industry $10,000 bank. Liberty Hill $10,000 lumber com ptay. Rusk $18,000 waterworks. !; Virginia. Lynchburg Glove factory. Luray Bank. , Norfolk $125,000 Iron company, $15,000 warehouse company. : Richmond $25,000 construction com pany; $10,000 packing company; $10, 000 chemical company; $50,000 chemi cal company. r.. Colonial Beach $50,000 transporta tion company. Lewisette $50,000 fertilizer company, .Roanoke $50,000 realty company, Staunton $100,000 lumber company. West Virginia. - Logan $25,000 bottling works. Parkersburg Three $5,000 oil and gas companies; $32,000 oil and gaa company. ,-( Ireland $10,000 telephone company.