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SEMI-MONTHLY PRICE LIST L Jo 57 EAST GREGORY STREET, CORNER TARRAGONA STREET. PHONE 825. These Prices Go Into Effect TODAY, and Hold food for the Next TWO WEEKS, Providing There is no Great Change hi the Market Curing That Time." X THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, THURSDAY MORNING, .MARCH 2, ;1911. HOFFMAN H Ammonia, par bottle 09c Apricot (Cai. Fruit), No. S can 23c Asparag-us Tips, Libby"s 25c Apple Butter (Goodwin's Best) lib tins , 09c Apples. No. 3 cans. Peerless Brand .. 09c Baron. siiead. In lib glasses .... P-anut Batter, medium glass ... SOc 14c 25c 35c 30c 13o 13c Peanut Better, large .. Butter (Sveet-as-a-roae) Butter, renovated '. Beets, Flag Brand, No. S. per can. Beets,. Van Camps, Early Red, No. can .-r-.... Rpf Pomed. Morris 17 Beef Rotated. Morris, lib cans 17e Beef, ChVped.Morris 15c Buckets; 19 qt, galvanised 18c Blue. Tall Boxes 04e Beans, Lima, Van Camp's. No. 2 can 09c B-?ar,s. Strintfess, Flag Brand. No. 3 13 c evea 1 k i - - fancy grade. No. can ............ 09c Pork aid Beans. Van Camp's, No. 1 ca ; oe PorH sad Beans, V. a. No 3 can . 14c Pork ad Beans. Campbell. No. 2 can loo pixoia Poiish 5fe pesos. Lima. rr lb Je Pear.fiNavy. per lb XAC BUckte-rrtes. "o. 1 can, for Dies.... 09c Bockvrieat. per ckg 9c, or 3 for 25c Proorsi. 4 strings 34 Brootrs. 3 strings ZSc BAKING POWDER. Rnrriftrd. R;:-ftrd. II OS .. Good "L uck. 16 os C r-rbel!.1 os. 3 ........... 13C 25C osc 09 c for 09c HJ-Lv 1 e c in-u. os fic rt4P, Blue Label f?c Cats p. Red Snapper 23c - I for anyone to walk in and say 'Tve decided to open an account with you." ...., "Accounts in our SAVINGS DEPART MENT especially wel comed We pay 4 per cent, on savings, com pounded quarterly.. ncan National Bank New and Relay Rails - We make a epeclarty of i both, and ara prepared to supply your require ments promptly. MettkTer Brothers, MOBILE, ALA. TERSELY TOLD. 1 1 $5.00 REWARD. The Journal will pay $8.00 reward fw evidence sufficient to convict any boy or person found stealing subscribers' papers after dellverv nf same by carrier. N H. B. Room, the Jolly little pencil Tender who haa been In Pensacola for the past two weeks, will leave this morning for Mobile. From there he will go west, but likes Penaaoola o v.ell that he will return some day and make this city his home. Eugene Smith, a former resident of Pensacola, Is In the city on a abort visit to relatives. e e - On account of -moving; to his new store on trie Barrancas military roan, Thoa. Harris, who has been handling The Journal at Big Bayou the past six years, has discontinued and will be succeeded by Rocheblave ScarretL The Journal regrets to lose Mr. Harris, who has been ever faithful in this capacity, but assures its readers that Mr. Scar rett will render them proper service. e The friends of Capt. Frank "Wilde, who was Injured Monday by falling from his horse Just before time for the opening of the parade, will be glad to learn that he is reported as im proving rapidly. a e .W. 'S. Duncan; the recently select"! assistant secretary of the Commercial Association, entered upon his duties In that capacity yesterday moraine. Miss Adellade Thurston, of New York, who played the leading role in "Miss Annan las" at the opera house lasttilght, made her headquarters at the San Carlos while in Pensacola. The dainty little actress is always It is Music to Us Ame; 11 CEREALS. Corn Flakes, Quaker, per pkr Pat Meal, Quaker, 10c or 2 for Grape-Nuts, per pkg Cream of Wheat Pofltum, small Postum, large Tapioca, Pearled, lib pkg Barley.. Pearled, lib oka , Shredded Wheat Biscuits Oat Meal. National, per pkg .... Sairo. per pkg Bird Seed, per pkg .............. Trlacuit. per pkg. ................ .. 09c .... 19c .... 14c .... 14c .... 13c 23c .... 09c .... 09c .... 1?C .... 03c .... 09c .... 09c .... 10c ' CHOCOLATE. Cocoa, Nelson; 1-5 Tb cans 09c' Cocoa, Bker's. 1-2. lb' cans 23c Orman Sweet. 1-8 lb pkgs, s for .. 23c Oerroan Sweet, 1-4 lb pkgs, 9c, or 3 for 25e Baker's Baking. 1-3 lb pkg 19c Conkers Chicken Remedies. Gap Cure 60c Lira Liquid. Pint can 35c Head -Lice Ointment 10c Ikying Tonic 25c Cholera Cure, small size, 1 5c. large size 60c Poultry Tonic 25c Lire Powder, large size 25c Chirkeo Pox Remedy 50c Scaler Le Remedy SOc Poultry Worm Remedy 60c White Diarrhoea Remedy 50c Cod Fish, per pound Fish. Flake. No. 1 can Clothes Pin. 2 1-J dos. for ..... Crackers. nxct&ll, t for - Chinese. Cre.Tery. per lb Cottee. Cafe Dvi Monde. 1-lb tins 07c 09o' 05o 25c 21c 2c 2Sc Coffee. French Oroera. 1-lb tins . Coffee. Golden It;o. O-ilf City, lib p! kg 19c Coffee. 1 to 1. iv?'f City,-1-3 lb pkg 10c Coffee, Peaberry. per lb 18c Coffee. Java Btend, without Chlck ory, 1-lb pkg SOc popular in this city and was the re cipient of the good-wishes and hearty greetings from her many friends. .. J. M. Shackleford is among the Mo- bileites stopping at the San Carlos. . The . regular monthly change of watches at the police station took placo yesterday. This arrangement gives all the men in the department an equal share of the day and night work.. A. M. McMillan and wife, of Phila delphia, arrived in the city yesterday and will spend some time in the city, stopping at the San Carlos. - . E. M. George and M. 3. Boiling are among those from Motile who will be in the city for several days, and have taken up headquaters at the San Car los. '..' T. H. Stone, of St Joe, the coming town at the terminus of the Apalachi- cola Northern railroad," was among the Mardi Gras visitors in Pensacola. Mr. Stone; has one of the largest businesses in the new. town which is expected-to become' one of the best cities In the south. Mr. Stone says things are get ting along nicely there and new set tlers are" coming In rapidly. He left yesterday for his home. - C. A. Lawrence, one of the most popular citizens from Alliance, was among those stopping at the San Car los ,last night. He will likely remain in the city several days. THERE IS NO BETTER. Blue Ribbon Vanilla Extract is made from the finest Vanilla beans and aged until the flavor Is perfect. Pure, strong, delicious. Lorimer Retains His Seat in U. S. Senate (Continued from First Page) had Involved the use of Democratic votes and Mr. eneen expressed doubts that election by such a course wouid have the effect of healing breaches In the Republican party as Mr. Lorimer had expressed confidence that It would. Senator Simmons defended Lprimer's title to his seat. He said the evidence was insufficient to show that his elec tion was accomplished by bribery. Senator Lorimer then took the floor to reply to the Deneen telegram which Senator Owen had read to the senate. Senator Lorimer concluded his re marks at 11:60 and was Immediately followed by Senator Smith of Michigan. HOW THEY VOTED." The vote was as follows: , Nays (pro Lorimer) Republicans Bradley, Bran degree. Briggs, Bulke ley, Bum ham. Burrows, Carter, Clarke of Wyoming, Crane, Cullom, Curtis, Depew, Dick, Dillingham, Du Pont. Flint. Frye, Galllnger, Gambl-i. Guggenheim.'' Hale, Heyburn, Kean. McCumber, Nixon, Oliver, Perkins, Piles, Richardson, Scott, Smoot, Steph enson. Warren and Wetmore; Demo crats Bailey, Bankhead, Fletcher, Fos ter, Johnston, Paynter, Simmons, Smith of Maryland, Thornton, Tillman and Watson. Total nays, 48. Ayes (anti-Lorimer) Republicans Beveridge, Borah, Bourne, Bristow, Brown. Burkett, Burton, Clapp, Craw ford, Cummins, Dixon, Gronna, JoneK, La Follette, Lodge, Nelson, Page. Root, Smith of Michigan, Sutherland, Warner and Young; Democrats Bacon, Cham berlain, Clarke of Arkansas, Culberson. g a loWBaTBW0"ax56Tyogo Rheumatism Relief Found Cra a a1 a a & i'trtrcrtrirerem a a a.g.gj " Many In this vicinity have not only found relief but a cure in the following firescription. which was printed last year n the newspapers. Any one having a friend suffering with rheumatism would do well to clip and present It. Undoubted ly the ingredients are ordinary in charac ter but the peculiar combinations or com pounding seems to effect results little less marvelous. Have a druggist mix ; it who win use the true and pure ingredients only, and results are assured. Iodide of Potassium 3 drama Sodium Salicylate 4 drams - Wine of Colchicum os Com. Ess. . Cardiol 1 os Comp. Fid. Balmwort 1 os Comp. Syrup Sarsaparfila ....5 oss Mix and take a teaspoonful after each meal and one at bedtime. After the first week gradually increase the dose to two teaspoonfuls. . Be persistent and regular in its use if you expect a cure. Green 'Rio, per lb ................ 17c Cocoanut,- Brazil, per pkg .......... 05c Cottolene, 41b bkts ..... 60c Cottolene. 101b buckets $1 60 Corn. Little Chick. No. 2 can 09c Corn. Blue Label.-No. 2 can ........ 12c Corn. ' Flag Brand, No. 2 can 13c or 2 for 25c - CHICKEN FEED. Scratch. Corno. 100-Ib sacks t2.00 Scratch Feed, per pk ................ SOe Chick Feed, per peck ................ 35c Beef Meal, per lb 03c Bone M-al. per lb 04c Oyster Shell.. Crushed, per. Ib -....01c Crystal Grit, per lb 1'e Grits, Coarse and Fine, 11 lb peck .. 23c Extract Blue Ribbon, per bottle .... 23c Extracts. Bear Brand, Lemon and Vanilla 09o Extracts. We-U-Kl, Lemon and Va nilla 09c Extracts, Bauer's Lemon and Vanilla 09c Fly Paper, box 23 double sheets for .. 35c EVAPORATED FRUIT.. Prunes, per lb..... 09c Peaches, per lb 10c Raisins, per pkg 08c A f pies, per pkg i 10c Currants, per pkg .- 09c Lemons, per dozen, extra fine 20c FLOUR. Obelisk, 12 lb sacks Obelisk, U lb sacks Critic. 9 lb sacks Graham Flour, per lb Nabob. 24 !b sacks Nabob, 12 lb sacks Nabob, lb sack Grape Juice, Welch, 16 os bottle Garlic, -6 for .... 45c .... Cc ...32.88 .... 08c 2c .... 42c .... 21c 23c .... 05c Congressional Investigation Into Steel of Making Armor Plate, Etc., is V -- I S3s ' V ' - t HtNRY RA.IH&Y" ji - hi W ' v 'VM :-t t zistoT ' iTTi Tin 1 1 J J ; " s s' Davis, Gore, Martin, Money, Newlands, Overman, Owen. Percy, Rayner, Shlve ly. Smith of South Carolina; Stone, Swanson and Taylor. Total ayes, 40. Absent Aldrich, Frazler and Terrell. Senator Lorimer did not vote becau se of his interest In the case and Senator Taliaferro was in his seat, but did not respond to his name. The vote of Sen ator Cullom, Mr. Lorlmer's colleague, from Illinois, was awaited with great interest. Both sides claimed for Lorimer. NO PAJRS ANNOUNCED. While no pairs were announced. Sen ator Aldrich was paired on other ques tions with Senator Terrell, both being absent on account of illness. Senator Taliaferro's silence may signify a pair with Senator Frazler, who was absent on account of the death of his mother Mr. Taliaferro has been understood to be pro-Lorimer. There is one vacancy, caused by the death of Mr. Hughes of Colorado, leaving the present voting strength of the senate 91, and 48 a quorum. Mr. l orimer got a majority of the sitting members. TJie position of Senators Frazler an l Terrell, who were absent, were an nounced as anti-Lorlmer. There Is a general understanding that Senator Aldrich would have fa vored Lorimer. Nothing was stated on the floor regarding his attitude. a ne iaci mat a vote was surely iO be had and that under the existing agreement there was no chance for u filibuster on either side materially ar rested the Intensity of the feeling which has characterized the senate In the past few days. Senator Lorimer made one more speech in his own behalf. Referring evidently to certain assertions made a few moments before by Senator Owen of Oklahoma, in the course of a bitter antl-Lorimer speech, Mr. Lorimer by inference accused him of unfairness in reading into the senate records only telegrams unfavorable to Lorimer and' withholding others favorable to him. Senators Owen and William Alden Smith, the latter from Michigan, mad speeches against Lorimer; Senator Simmons of North Carolina, spoke In favor of Lorimer. . r At 1 o'clock, pursuant to the agree ment of yesterday, the proceedings were Interrupted by the taking up of the tariff board bill as "unfinished business." Senator Beveridge moved that It bo "temporarily laid aside.' This was agreed to and the speeches on the Lorimer case were resumed. CHENEY'S EXPECTORANT CURES COUGHS AND COLDS Gelatine. Chamner's, Granulated and Shredded, par pkg 10c Horse Radish. LIbbya. per bottle ..-i4o Hominy. Van Camp, No. 3 can 08 o Jello, Lemon, Cherry. Peach. Straw berry and Orange, per pkg 9c, or ' 3 for . 25o Jam. Clipper Brand, Strawberry, Quince, per can 10c Kraut, Van Camp, No. 3 cans 09o Kraut. C'.ott Co.. No. 3 can 09 o Kippered Herrings, per can 11c Lye, Red Seal, per can CSc LARD. , Compound, per lb 11c Snow White, Elb pall ...60c Snow White, 101b pail .$1.17 Silver Leaf. Elb pall 77c SUver Leaf. 10-lb pall 1.53 Leaf Lard, bulk, per lb 15c Mackerel, each 08c Mine Meat, per can 09c Mustard. Colburn's 09c Mustard. Eddy's, prepared, per bottle 09o Macaroni, 1-2 lb pkg. 6c, 2 for 09c Macaroni, lose. per lb 'i0c Meal, Gonzales, 11 lb peck 25c Machine Oil 09 c Matches, Crescent. C pkgs for 25c Milk. Pet, Evaporated, small size ... 05c Milk,' Pet. c, 3 for 25c Milk, Eagle Brand, per can 16o Milk. Cotton Boll 09c MEATS. Dry Salt Skies, per, lb 14c Bacon. Wrapped, per lb 18c Hams, Swift's Premium, per lb 20c Hams, Picnic, per lb 14c Olives. (Libby's) Plain 10c Okra and Tomatoes, No. 2 can, par can 09c Ovfitera. No. 1 can 9c, or 3 for 25c Oil, per gal 10 Olive Oil (PlagnoU), pta 30c CT Genuine Eczema, or Psoriasis. la considered incurable by the medical rofession. but we believe this opln on is due to a misconception of the diaekso. f Eczema Is in the blood is due to the presence of poisonous germs or toxins in the blood. If these poisons can be driven out of the blood it follows that Eczema can be cured. .- (KI3 Every Blood Poison) It baa cured Ecatinaand ire iMilere HB) ear Eczema if takes faithfully mm directed. win drtra out lha potaon front the blood ana you will ea anrprtead and rtailgfttad mi lta wonderful facta. 1 K. E. B. P. to a nannleed spedna for Khaa- cuiusm. Neurugu, Malartv catarrh, mdiga. tlon, most Kidnr and Kad.iw troubles and ail Binds of Sala and Blood 1 Price ai.ee per bote. twaanreaDoy. );A7 - j -LEMUU P. PADGETT' V 1 him. He voted I l&rj$ V 1 ' JUDGUST UV STAHU.Y I OUves. 1 os bottles . 2So . Onions, per lb Oio Union's Cooking Oil. t lb van , 28 o Peaches. Regiua Brand. Lemon Cling. No. 3 can 17o Peaches. Horse Head Brand. No. I can 8 o or 8 for .230 Peaches, Crimson King, Tellow, Free. Table, No. 8 can ZOo Potatoes. Irish, per peck 25c Pumpkins, Van Camp, No. 8 can .... 09o Pineapple. Sliced, No. 2 can (Numsan) ISo, I for SSe Pineapple. - Southern Cross Brand. Grated. No. 1 can 10o Pineapple, Scholls' Cocktail, No. 1 can 10c Peas.. (Cal.) Dry. per lb 09o Peas. Ajax, Early June, No. 2 can .. 09c Peas, Old Abe Petit Pols, No. 3 can.. 18o Peas, Faultless. Petit Pols, No. 1 can 10o' Peas. Split, per lb ev Peas, Lake Erie, E. J. No. 3 can ... 07o - PICKLES. Relish, Wniams Bros., per bottle..... 10c Chow Chow, Williams Bros., per bot tle 10s Chow Chow, Cross & Blackwell, per bottle , 38c Pour, in bulk (Cucumbers) per dozen 10c Rica, Head, It lbs .v $100 Rice, Fancy Japan, per lb ............ 05c Soup, Campbell's, per can............ 09c 8ausage. Vienna Style, No. 1 can .... 10c Spaghetti. 1-2 lb pkg. 8c, 2 for 09c Spaghetti, No. 2 can. Italian style .. 14c 4 SYRUP. Alaga, Oal. , . 35c 63c . 25c M Alaga, l oal Alaga. 3 lb cans, 18c, 8 for Alaga, l l-Z id cans 10c Car-Wl-Co, Gal .. 33o Trust's Methods Deemed Necessary Washington, March 1. A congress ional Investigation into the astonish ing revelations made on the floor of the lower house regarding alleged defects in battleship armor supplied by the United States steel trust is necessary, according to several congressmen, and will be demanded. Congressmen Au gustus O. Stanley of Kentucky and Henry T. Rainey of Illinois are the chief advocates of this procedure Stanley has been a consistent attack er of the steel trust ever since he came to congress. It has been suggest ed that a committee of nine members of the senate and lower house be ap pointed to Investigate the 'statements made by men who have been employed by the Bethlehem Steel works, charg ing that serious defects In armor plates and machinery and gun acces sories made for the United States gov ernment have been concealed by trick ery and by other improper devices on the part of employees of the Bethle hem Steel works. Charles M. Schwab, president of the Bethlehem Steel works, proceeded Immediately to New York when news of the attack In con gress reached him. He will do all in his power to prevent an Investigation, it Is believed, being, confident that the charges are not founded on fact. If nothing is done by the present con gress owing to the lateness In the ses sion, a strong effort will be made to have an Investigating committee ap pointed during the special session which has been promised by President Taft in event that the Canadian reci procity resolution Is not adopted. Con gressman Lemuel P. Padgett of Ten nessee, who will be chairman of the committee on naval affairs in the next congress, is strongly In favor of get ting at the bottom, of the armor plate scandal and will be in a position to give great Impetus to measures cor recting any possible abuse that may be shown to exist by an investigating committee. TO GUARD BRIDGE. Guadalajara, Mexico, Merch 1. Fifty Infantrymen left here on a special train today for Encamadon station to guard a big steel bridge there, which it la re ported the rebels have planned to blow up with dynamite. Car-Wi-Co. 1 Oal 60o Karo Corn Bvrup. 21b cans, per can.. 09o Karo Corn 8yrup. B lb cans, per can.. 21c Salt. 3 lb rack are. per pkg 04o Halt. Coarse. 81b for 05o Rtarawberries. for Pies. No. 2 can.... 09o Salmon. Arro 1-- Palmon. Vl"tet Columbia River 20o f-ton. Dixie 12o starch, Pearl.- tsr lb 0o tarch. Celluloid, per pkg 05o fitsreh. Corn. 1 lb Pkg 9o Whr1")p, No. 1 can 18c. 2 for 25o Sardines. Game Cook (Mua.) per can Mo Sardines Lasard'S Brand, (Imp.) With Tomatoes 10o Pardlns. American. In Oil Bo (Btove Polish. Ena-nelina. per can .... 05c rlurar. Standard Oranulated. 30 lbs ..$1 00 Soda. Arm a Hammer, 12 os pkg .... 05o Soda. Sal. par lb 03o SAUCE. Lee St Perrln's 28c Blrsch '. 09c Pepper (Fran's) Red and Oreen Pep per 23o Pepper, small 08o SALAD DRESSING. Durkee's, small .. Durkee's. medium 09c .... 25c ... a k5c .... 09c Shlder's large a Campbell's Tacht Club. Medium Size, per bottle 25c SOAPS. Octagon, 8 bars for Ideal. 5e bar. 2 for ........ Naphtha. Fels, per bar ... Fairy, per bar Ivory, per bar Grand Pa's (Tar) per bar .Lava, per bar Sweetheart, per bar ....... 27C 0c 05. 05c 05c 05c 05c .05c SAYS PENSACOLA'S POLICE DE PARTMENT IS A CREDIT TO THE CITY AND WORK DURING MARD1 GRAS WAS SATISFACTORY. Chief of Police Sanders yesterday re ceived a . letter from;. Mayor; " Frank Rellly congratulating-him and his en tire f oree on ' the satisfactory manner in which the Mardi Gras crowds wero handled. The letter of the mayor Is follows: "Pensacola, Fla, March 1, 1911. "Hon. Frank D. Sanders, Marshal, City. "Dear Sir: I wish to congratulate you and "your entire department on the satisfactory manner in which the larf crowds were handled during the two days of the Mardi Gras carnival of Feb. 27th and 28th. The reports of robberies, hold-ups and other miscon ducts during these two days were very few. "A department with oflcers such as are In your department, well trained and disciplined, does credit to our city. "Respectfully. "FRANK REILLY. -"Mayor." 126 LOADS OF CONFETTI ARE If ED BY CITY That confetti was thrown In larger quantities during Mardi Gras this year than ever before was shown last night when the street force ceased work. Street Supt- Jones, who kept a record of the number of trips made by the wagons, stated that no less than 126 loads had been moved from the streets during the day. Of this twenty were double team loads. Yesterday morning before the force started work confetti was half a foot deep at some points on the street and the sidewalks were covered to a depth of several inches. SEE THAT tnb trade-mark is on every bottle of Cod Liver Oil you buyi it stand for the original standard and only genuine preparation of Cod Liver Oil In (he world- Scott's Emulsion Cod Liver 03 preparations with oct this trade-mark are only cheap imitations, many of them containing harmrui drugs or alcohoL Be SURE to get SCQTTS. all druggists MAYOR REILLY CONGRATULATES CHIEF SANDERS - SCOURING. Sanollo. per bar 08a CSc Bon Ami. per bar ........... SPICES. Allspice, ground, per pkg So or two for C9o Cloves, ground, per pkg Be or two for 09 o Cinnamon, ground, per pkg tc or two for 09o Cinnamon. While, per pkg Be 2 for . . 09o Ginger. Ground, per pkg 6c. 2 for .... C9o Ginger. Whole, per pkg 6c, 2 for .... 09c Red Pepper, ground, per pkg Bo or two for 09s Poultry Seasoning, per bottle 09o Pickling Spices, pe prkg Be, 2 for .... 09o Thyme, giround. per pkg 6c or two for 09 a Pepper, around, per lb 20o Pepper, Black, ground, per lb 20c Cloves, grain per lb 20a Allspice, grain per lb 20o Nutmegs. 8 for 05a TEAS. Tea. Heno, 1-8. 1-4, 1-8 lb pkgs, per : pkg 10c, IB and 30o Tea. Tetleys 1-4 lb and 1-8 lb pkgs. per pkg, 10c and , 20o Tea. Mixed (Loose), per lb 40o Tomatoes. No. 3 Clipper Brand 09c . Vina w o, .ajc - . u va, ..v. each 07a : Tomato pulp. No. 1. per can 04c Tomato Paste, per can 04o Tripe. Armour Brand, per can 18e Tongue, 1-2 lb cans, per can 18e Tonarue. 1 lb cant, per can SOc .Vinegar, bbl. per gal 25a vinegar. Elko Brand. 1 gal. contain ers, pure apple cider BOo. Vinegar, Lamoco Brand, per bottle . . 10o Wash Boards. Brass Junior, each .... 23 o Wash Boards, Brass King .......... 28o FOR MAYOR. T .mhv ennmtno rnira!? A mnlfl. f J. . for Mayor of the City of Panaacola. sub- . ict to the action of the City Democratic -'rimarles. If elected I will devote my -time and attention to the duties of the 2 office. Your vote and support Is respect-.. iuuj Bouciica. C. C. GOODMAN. I hereby announce myself a candidate -for Mayor of the City of Pensacola. sub ject to the White De-r,rrrati Primary. . ADOLPH GREENHUT. - FOR RECORDER. I hereby announr-e myself a candidate to succeed myslf for recorder, subject to the action of the City Democratic Pri maries. Your S'inrnrt resre-tf"!lv solicit-, ed. "WILLIAM M. JOHNSON. Recorder. FOR MARSHAL. I am a can-lHate for Citv Marshal, sub ject to the White De-nocfatic Primaries ' and will appreciate the support of all democrats. . FRANK WILDE. " FOR TAX ASSESSOR -I hereby announce mv candidacy for, re-election as City Tax Assessor, subject t the action of the White Democratic Primary. 1 nuij. jun.x FOR SUPERVISOR OF REGISTRATION. I hereby anrmince my candldacv for re-election as City Supervisor cf Rearis tration, subject to the White Democratic Primary. If -ry wrk in that office meets with your approval I shall be glad to have your support. J. D. G033. - I hereby announce mvself a candidate for the office of Supervisor of Registra tion, sublect to the action of the Demo- -cratic Primaries, and respectfully solicit, the votes of all democrats. F. L. SEEOER. I hereby announce myself a candidate fr Supervisor of Registration. - subject ta the action of the Democratic Primaries. Your support respectfully solicited. B. de GRAAF. - FOR ALDERMAN AT LARGE. I am a candidate for re-election as -Alderman at Laree from Precinct 14, sub-. Ject to the White Democratic Primary., The '-pr-ort of all democrats will be ap-' predated. F. G. RENSHAW. FOR ALDERMAN, PRECINCT 13. I hereby announce my candidacy for re election as Aldeiran at Larae from Pre cinct 13, and respectfully solicit the sup-.. port of all voters. JOHN PFEIFFER. ' FOR ALDERMAN, PRECINCT 14. I hereby announee my candidacy for re-election as Precinct Alderman front" Precinct No. 14, subject to the White Democratlo Primary. DAVE KUGELMAN. FOR BUILDING. INSPECTOR. I hereby announce myself a candidate for the office of Building Inspector, sub jects to the action of the City Democratie Primaries, and respectfully solicit the votes of all democrats. CADE E. SHACKLEFORD. I hereby announce my candidacy for Building Inspector in the approaching City Democratic Primary, and respect fully solicit the support of all voters. JOHN E. LONG. I hereby announce my candidacy for building inepectnr, subject to the action of the White Democratic Primaries. I should like the support of all democrats. BEN W. SEELY. ; FOR STREET SUPERINTENDENT. I am a candidate for Street Superin tendent, subject to the White Democratie , Primaries, and win appreciate your sup-. port. I employ only white labor. MIKE O'LEARY. I hereby announce myself a candidate for Street Superintendent, subject to the action of the comine; Democratic Primar- lea, and respectfully solicit your support. I am now serving the unexpired term made vacant by the death of. the late superintendent. DAN W. JONES. I hereby announce my candidacy for Street Superintendent, subject to the ac tion of the White Democratic Primary. The support of all democratis will be ap preciated. I have had eight years' ex-, perlence as foreman on street work. JAS. O'BRIEN. B.deGraafFor Supervisor Registration '; B. de Graaf, well known throughout . the city and especially favorably -known among maritime men, an nounces as a candidate for supervisor of registration. Mr. de Graaf moved to Pensacola in January, 1876, and has always been highly esteemed by his numerous. friends who predict his nomination in -the primaries. He is a Knight of Columbus. ! Political Announcements.