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ptw Arnt.a TOttomai,. SATURDAY MORNING, MARCH 29, 1913,.
7 NEWS OF THE MARKETS Naval Stores Market Savannah. March 28. The spirits of jrcentine market ooened firm this morn ing at 43 3-4 cents, with no sales, and closed firm at 43 1-2 cents with no sales. Receipts were 125 casks; shipments. 372 casxs, and stocks of I4,6i casks. The rosin market opened and closed firm. Sales were 377 barrels; receipts. 414 barrels; shipments. 3,198 barrels, and stocks of 103,080 barrels. quotations were as iouowst WW .7.60 7.60 7.40 7.30 6.93 6.25 5.65 5.50 5.47 WG N .. M . K . I ... .....7.49 7.30 .....6.95 .;...S.25 ....5,6a j .....5.60 5.47 It O F K T B ...5.3ij ...6.871A 5.37Va 5.37 5.30 . 6.27 ,.S.3tf 5.27 Pensacola Cotton Market. The following report Is furnished daily for The Pensacola Journal by Harris. Allison-& Co., Cotton Merchants, Pensa cola. Fla.: Good middling ..........12 8-8 Strict middling ..12 5-16 Middling 12 3-16 Strict low middling 11 13-16 NEW YORK MARKET. Open. Noon. CI ok March .12.35 12.33 12.4849 May 12.695 32.97 12.0708 July 11.87 11.89O90 ll.899 New York Cotton. New ( Tork. March 28. The cotton market' opened ( steady at an ad vance of 1 to 2 points in response to higher cables, bullish reports from Manchester and foreign buying. There were over-night selling orders around the ring, and weather reports were more favorable, but the market gained another point or two after the opening. Favorable Balkan reports inspired some buying, but the market met in creased southern offerings and was un settled at midday, with prices only 2 or 3 points net higher. New York Stocks. New York, March 28. Bulls were en couraged by the more hopeful tenor of the flood news and went more actively to work to mark up prices. They met with fair success, the long decline having brought about an over-extended short interest In certain stocks. Improvement in financial conditions both at home and abroad helped the bulls. Seasoned and dividend-paying stocks were absorbed steadily. Gains in the principal stocks ran from 1 to over 2 points. Bonds were steady. Buying of Reading. Union Pacific. Steel and Amalgamated was active when trading begun today, and these stocks were advanced nearly a point each. The wole list with a few exceptions was slightly higher. Changes were rectrict ed to fractions with the exception of Canadian Pacific, which rose 2 3-8 Slight reactions followed the forenoon buige market, but business grew dull when prices began to recede Still easier monetary conditions were" fore shadowed by the completion of week's currency movement which indicated a cash gain of $7,600,000. New Orleans Futures. New Orleans. March 2S. Cotton futures opened steady, unchanged to 3 points up. compared with the last prices of yester- uay. vaojes were, better than due. and while the weather map did not show any ram,; of consequence in the cotton re srlon.xthe cold weather reached to nearly all portions of the belt was called un favorable. Both sides bought and offer ings were not liberal enough to supply the demand except at the rise. Added nervousness was caused among shorts bv tne rumor that peace had been declared ittwen the Balkan allies , and Turkev. At the end of the first hour of business prices were 1 to 8 points over yester day s close. The market became dull around the middle of the morning, but prices were we.l maintained by a moderate but steady, demand, which was met by onlv urn upa onerings. The development of ""ln rea ln lfte northeast of the Lnited States effectually checked short selling, although It did stimulate buy ing for long account to any extent. River news was disturbing, but bears pointed out that overflows nt this time of the season would come earlv enough to allow planting after the river had fallen. At noon prices were 5 to 7 points up. PICKINGS FROM POLICE STATION Four cases were docketed for trial in the recorder's court yesterday morn ing. One defendant was found guilty, one discharged and one case was con tinued. The lines assessed aggregat ed 3. Ed. Harris, charged with leaving a tram standing on the street unfasten ed and obstructing the street with a team, was fined $3, this being the only fin imposed at yesterday's session. The case against John Bingham, charged with assault with a knife, was continued.- Use The Journal's Want Ad. Way." SECRET SOCIETIES. ROYAL. AND SELECT MASTERS. . Special assembly of Union Council. No. 7. R. & ,S. M.. Monday. March 31. at 7:30 p. m. Work and grand visitation. Visiting compani6ns fraternally invited BRUCE S. WEEKS, HARRY W. GIBBS. T. L it Recorder. ORDER OF OWUS. Order of Owls. Pen- a c o 1 a 1494. meets Chapter each 2nd and 4th Friday night at 7:30 o'clock at K. of P. hall. L. W. NELSON. O. LAMBRECHT. N. G. R. S. ' Pensacola Lodge, No. 4, I. O. O. F. Pensacola Lodge. No. 4, I. O. O. F., meets every Thursday at 7:30 p. m.. ln Rafitord Hall, corner Baytin and Belmont treet. Visitors cordially Invited. W. S. ABBOTT, O. LAMBRECHT. N. .O. R. S. 'THE OLD R ELIA.CLE R tCiiVygDVFORtVIE U AT 0RUeeiSTS.ORTRIAL BOX BY MAIL 60e FftO PtANTEN 93 HENRYS". BBO0KLYN.K.Y. H ft. W A H 5 OF IM f TATIONS HARBOR AND MARINE NEWS PASSED SAND KEY. March 28.-5 a. m., Morgan line steamer, bound east; 7 a. m., steamer Merak, bound west; 3 p. m steamer Wllhelmina, bound" west; 4 p. steamer Cymbellne, bound west, and steamer Colorado, bound east- Spoken. Captain Smale, of the steamer Cuth bert, which arrived at Pensacola yes terday, made the following report on reaching here: "On March 23 passed La the gulf a bark, steering north, Sig? nals indistinct, but supposed to be" R. S, (Hork) D. Ensign not made out." Arrived. Br ss Cuthbert, 2373, Ceara, Brazil, via Marahan and Barbadoes, to Cary & Co. (Called for bunker coal). Sailed. Span ss Vivina for Liverpool. VESSEL8 IN PORT. Steamships. iNessian) 4012, Hannafcrd, Tampa to Gulf Transit Co. "Wyvisbrook, Br. 2257, King, Naples to H. Baars & Co. Kenilworth, Br. 1769. Crone. Tam pa to South Atlantic Steamship Co. Glenbridge, Br, 2431, Corner, .Tene riffe to John A. Merritt & Co. , Barks. ' Galofre, Span, 360, Parello, Seville to J. Garriga. Fenlce, Ital, 1279, Pel'.erano, Rio Ja neiro to Kosasco Bros. Aim. Nor, 692,- Tallahsen Rio Ja nerio to order. Paloina, Ital, 1198, Gandolfo, Genoa to order. Ermlnia. Ital. 1408, Marchese, Jack sonviI!e to Rosaseo Bros. Maria, Ital. 900. Lublano. Rio de Janeiro to order. San Pedro. Urg. 1061, Glnnenea. Ha vana to order. Barkentfne. Kodan, Dan, 266, Hansen, Cadiz to order. ' Louisa, Ital, , Rufint, Montevideo, to order. . Schooner. St. Olaf, Br, 277, Atkinson, Man zanillo to order. John L. Treat, 436, Barnes, Matan ras to John A. Merritt & Co. Henry Crosby, ' Br, 346. Heagan, Msbile to John A. Merritt & Co. John Francis, Br, 2-85, Weasell, Santo Domingo to John A. Merrijt & Co. E- A. Sa-bean, Br, 249. Foote, Jamaica to C. W. Oliver. Katharine -V, ..Mills. Br, . 216,. Saxty Manatee, Cuba, to master. George F. Scannell, Am, Thorndike, 475, to master. : , Annie. Am "Wall 612. to J. A. Mer ritt & Co. Annie, Am, 612, Wall. Daquirl, Cuba to order. Ships. iNordsee,- Nor, 1517, Larsen, Rio Ja neiro to Pensacola. Lumber Co., YESTERDAY'S WEATHER." Furnished by the local office, weath er bureau, U. S. department of agri culture, under the direction of Willis L. Moore, chief of bureau. Washing ton, D. C. v Pensacola' Temperature Data. Highest on record for March, 87. de grees.. ' ' - . . Lowest on record for March, 25 de grees. Average of the highest dally tem peratures for March, 68 degrees. Average of the lowest dally .temper atures for Marcrf, 54 degrees. Highest temperature yesterdaj', 60 degrees. Lowest temperature yesterday morn ing, 36 degrees. Pensacola's Rainfall Data. Normal rainfall for the month of March, C.36 inches. Total rainfall this March to 7 p. m-. 11.07 inches. Total deficiency this year to Feb ruary 28th, .51 Inches. Temp. E s Jf ' STATIONS. , Sfe S Abilene f2 SI Atlanta . . , 52 , 34 Boston . 38 44 Buffalo ......... .10 50 Birmingham. ... 50 50 Chicago ....... 40 44 Denyer ... 5G 60 Galveston 56 58 Green Bay .... 40 42 Hatteras ...... 4S 60 Huron 44 56 Jacksonville T. .' 56 60 Kansas City . . 50 64 Knoxvllle . . 46 48 Louisille 42 44 Memphis 50 52 Montgomery . 54 56 Moorhead ...... 42 48 New Orleans .. 52 5 New York ..... 38 42 North Platte .. 54 64 Oklahoma ...... 52 58 Palestine 56 62 Pensacola 56 60 Phoenix ........ 74 76 Pittsburg ...... 34 36 Portland, Ore... 54 5 St. Louis ...... 46 48 St. Paul .. 46 48 Salt Lake City. 60 52 San Francisco . 54 53 Sheridan . 48 54 Seattle ......... 4 46 Shreveport .... 66 53 Tainpa .u . 66 70 Toledo 32 34 Washington ... 40 46 "Williston ...... 40 4S .. Ptcldy. .. Clear , . Clear Clear . . Clear . . Clear . .Pt.cl3yi , . Cloudy .v Cloudy . Pt.cldy. . . Cloudy . . Cloudy . Cloudy . Clear , . Clear . . Clear . . Clear-' . Cloudy- Sllf; .. cioudy I . . Clear . . . Cloudy . . Cloudy Clear C'.ear 102 Cloudy . . Clear .. Cloudy .. Cloudy . . Cloudy .. Pt-cldy. .04 Rain .. Clear . . Cloudy .. Clear . . Clear . .. Cloudy River stages New Orleans, 14.4 feet, rising; Fittsb-urg. 28.6, falling; St. Louis. 25.4. falling; Memphis, 33.6. rising; Louisville, 39.8, rising. , . NEW SUIT FILED. . . - of complaint; Sullivan & Sullivan, at-, torneys for plaintiffs. Chas. A. Born .vs. Newton Cole, bill of complaint; Sullivan & Sullivan, at torneys for plaintiff. R. E. Burke, et als. vs. Mrs. Ellen Buike, et als: bill of complaint; EL C. Maxwell, attorney for plalntiH. Basfebal Maxent Park Sunday TOLEDO PENSACOLA Game called 3 p. m. Admission, 25 and 50c Ladies Free. PORTs NAP SHOT By Dan McCarty. v Manager McGraw tells this one on Luther Taylor, tho former mute pitch er with the Giants: "We were down in New Orleans," he said, "Taylor and Bresnahan and I. We all liked Taylor well enough to learn the mute lan guage, so. that we could talk with him. 1 "One day we were riding on a street car when- a remarkably handsome woman? came in and sat opposite us, We watched her with considerable ad miration for a minute, then Roger signed to 'Dummy on his fingers, 'Doesn't she look good to you? "Before either of us could signal back the woman flashed over in the sign language, 'Yes, and you all look good to me.' And she got off the ar without even glancing at us, again." The Chicago Cubs will not be se riously handicapped, even should Catcher Jimmy Archer and Owner Charles W. Murphy fail to agree on Archer's salary. "Rajah" Bresnahan, former New York catcher, who man aged the St. Louis Cards last year, and who now is with the Cubs, is just about as good a backstop as there is. He has been working hard to get into shape this spring. His, results have been successful, and it is certain that, without Archer, he can handle the brunt of the work In goocTstyle. He is a marvel at bringing out the best there is in a young pitcher. Carl Cashion, giant twirler on the staff of the Washington Senators, is to Manager Grifhth. From a raw re- eruit, who knew little of the pitching ,ia rv, art and could offer no more than his great natural ability, he has developed Into what looks like a finished pitch ing machine. He seem now to be ab'e to get the ball wherever he wants it and does not have to let up in his speed to do it. His .speed is terrific: he hasa good curve ball; and has!feuS8est that the team carry the name become , master of a slow ball which Griffith taught him. Washington crit ics and a good many others expect him to be one of the stars of the pres ent season. . Jimmy Archer, Chicago Cub hold out, is rumored to be possible manager v v,A toama n tha new Federal league, a circuit being or ganized outside the jurisdiction of or ganized baseball.' The story has It tnat unless Owner Charles W. Murphy come8 across with the $7,600 demand ed by the man touted as "the best catcher in the world." Archer will ba given a large gob of stock and a fat salary for his services with either St. Louis or Detroit, of the new cricuit. Jimmy discreetly has said nothing. DOWN ON ACCOUNT OF WATER. Petersburg, Ind., March 28. White river today broke over the levee at Blackburn mines, forcing 300 men out of work. The river has passed the high water mark reached in 1875 and tho big railroad bridge is in imminent danger. S3.50 Recipe Free, For Weak Men send Name and Address Tow you Can Havs.Jt Free ana Bb Strong and Vigorous. 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This prescription comes from a 'phy sician who has made a special study of men and I am convinced It is the surest, acting combination for the cure of, de ficient manhood and vigor failure ever nut together. j I think I owe It to my fellow man to 1 send them a copy ln confidence so that " 1 any man anywhere who is weak and d!s I couraged with repeated failures may stop drugging himself with harmfn! patent Kl1, medicines, secure what I believe Is tha quickest acting restorative, upoulldlnff, gpoT-TOUCHINO remedy ever devised. and so cure himself at horn quietly and quicKiy. just arop me a nne line this: Dr. A. E. Robinson. 5078 Luck Building. Detroit. Mich., and I wu send you a couv of this splendid recipe in a plain ordi- many doctors would chars' 11.00 to SS.00 : for merely writing cut a prescription like J frill but I send it eaUraly free. (Aav.) SPORTING WILL THE HURLING PHENOMS WHO FIRST APPEARED LAST YEAR REPEAT THEIR Left to , y-n- ' . J5r 1 - -i- i 1 ,isi-J j( 'Ho, s-' "- ' ' - A Ik - r JmA -s a, -if" i s3f - 1m v& - nw Ark i i ti I XprL-rritfe. r-A- - - , " ...fmty . Baseball experts just now are won-1 first appearance in the big show fall dering whether or not the hurlliis sadly from effectiveness m the follow phenoms who starred in their flrrt, ean Dubuc of the Detroit Tl year in the major leagues last season j gere Carl cashion of the Washington can repeat in 1913. It is only too often: Senators, said Jeff Tesreau of the New that the youngsters who shine in theirjTork Giants, all youngsters in 1912, in MANY MORE NAMES ARE , SUGGESTED FOR CLUB Let me join in the fun by suggesting ular. Josephine Stout, 417 E. Zarra- a name for the team, which I tninh. would be very appropriate, Journal i ByS 7eam' r Lynn Boys of Pensa- lul ' "u SZzJlU thick and thin. Your reader, Ldward Johnson, R. F. D. No. 3. Am more than pleased to see that Pensacola is to have a berth In the Cotton States league, and hope she comes out hisrh ud in first division. I of Snappers and feel that such a name will be an big advertisement for Pen sacola. As a second suggestion Red Snappers. B. M. Solomon. 1457 Adams street, Denver, Colo. Allow me to suggest Pensacola Stingarees, or the Pensacola Happy- Go-Luckvs. for the baseball team. A Journal reader. Leon Rivers, 15 No. 11th avenue. I would suggest DeLeon, after Tonce De Leon, for Pensacola baseball club. Harold Jones, R. F. D. No. 2. With great interest I am watching the contest for names and I am not a contestant but hope the name chosen will not omit Pensacola, for a head line, as the team's doings will un doubtedly be watched and we most have the town in it sure to show where they're from- Also let it be American. An Interested Observer. Let me suggest as a name for the new baseball team Bjiofrfsions. The lion has powe frength growth combined, a Jr-ensacoia win De tiie leadlns city the United States. We baseball.am of Pensacola will al v, northern admirer. llotnh vrls. Cot Tin i inM. a i 1 Allow me to suggest Pensacola Rough and Readies, jbr the Pensacola Heavy Hitters for the baseball team. A Journal reader, Caarlie Kinsley, No. 11 North 11th avenue. I""think the most appropriate name for your baseball team would be the Penolas or the Pensacolas. Mrs. B. L. Porter, Grande Ridge; Fla. In answer to your advertisement in your paper for a name for the Pen sacola league team, I send the Pen sacola Red Snappers. Hoping that my name may be the lucky one. I remain, O. L. Pugh, Jr., Laurel Hill, Fla. I would suggest that Pensacola's new ball team be named the Spaniards. P. W. Creel. Bonifay, E3a- ' For a name for Pensacola's team in the Cotton States league, I would sug gest Pinetops or Life Savers. E. C. Stout, Box 753, City. Call our baseball club the Floridas, or . the Florida Pines. Master Louis Daniel. 200 S. Baylen street. I suggest the name Standpat for the Pensacola baseball team. A. B. Jones, Milton, Fla. v As a name for the Pensacola ball team I would suggest Semlnoles. This is historically appropriate and at the same time Is both dignified and pop- NEWS SENSATION AL PITCHING FEATS THIS SEASON? I right, Carl Cashion, Jean Dubuo and gossa street. I would suggest the Florida Crakers, I think it would suit our 'new team. Trusting this meets with your approv al, Mrs. Florence Ritz, 128 West In tendencia street. I would like to hear our new team called the Tramps, as they will be tramping around to play ball. Robert Ritz, 128 West Intendeneia street. I would like to hear our new team name should be the Rooters, Blue Jays, of the Ground Hogs, " Louis Hansen, 215 S. DeVilliers street. I suggest the old French word Rdchachau, meaning spandspur (our native sticker). The Rochachaus would be a dandy, name I think. Har ry Scarritt, Bayou Grande, I suggest the names for the Pen sacola team. The Fiddlers or Gophers. Mrs. ITattie Garner, 207 N. 9th avenue. I wish to submit a few names In the baseball contest: Pen-High Balls, Pensacola High Flyers,- Pensacola Laurel League, Pensacola Lucky Lions. Pensacola Kandy Kids, " Pensacola Tarters, Pensacola's Naughty Nina. THE JOURNAL'S COMMERCIAL U. iSi 1 " ta5f zaPS1 J Pensacola, Fla., March 28. . v 4 I Unsettled weather Saturday ! ' V CXaIaRAs h A I and Sunday. with probable; V (showers; warmer north portion i Sl , Cs Saturday, moderate east winds. JB70 " Observations taken at 9 p. m.; 75th meridian time. Air pressure reduced to sea leveL Isobars (con ttnoous lines) pat brouH iiots of equal air pressure. Isotherms (dotted lines) pass Uirough points of equal temperature; drawn only for sero. freezing, 903. and 100. O clean O partly cloudy; cloudy: rain: snow; report missies. Arrows tj with the wind. Fint figures, Wtfiest temper tare past 12 hoars; second, precipitation of xn inch or more for past 24 boors: third, man mam wind velocity. Jeff Tesreau. terest is centered. Tesreau, after a year with Toronto, won 17 games and lost 7; Dubuc won 17 and los; 10, and Cashion won 11 and lost 6. Tesreau at least showed so well in the world's se ries last fall that there is not much doubt that he will repeat. Am watching the contest with Inter est. Miss Agnes N. Lynch, Harris, Fla. I would suggest that you name the baseball team the Gophers, meaning that they go-pher it. Little Harry Jones, 315 N. Baylen street. I would suggest the name of Pensa cola Snappers for our ball team. C. Moore, West Garden street. ' Why not call our ball team "Black-eyed Beauties" or else call them "Blue-eyed Belles." Either .name, will be sure to win the pennant for Pensacola. You reckon? Mrs. Yates, 24 Bast Cervantes street. Let me submit a name for the com ing ball team. The Pensacola Invin cible League. Letters spelling the P. L L." S.. and another is Pen sacola's Devil Twirlers. letters Pen sacola D. T. S. M. T. Lynch, Harris. Fla. Conviction Born of Experience. The man who has used Chamber lain's Cough Remedy and watched and felt and realized its remarkable cura tive properties will tell you that It has no superior for coughs and colds. The remarkable success of this prep aration aided by the personal recom mendations of -people who have been cured by it has made it one of the most popular medicines in use. Try it when you have a cough or cold and realize for yourself what a first-class cough medicine will accomplish. For sale by all dealers. (Adv.) S. Department of Agriculture. WEATHER BUREAU. WILLIS L. MOORE. Chief. INTERES HEW MANAGER WILL ARRIVE Dili TODAY JAS. A. HAMILTON WAS IN NEW ORLEANS LAST NIGHT AND WIRED THAT HE WOULD BE HERE THIS AFTERNOON. James A. Hamilton, engaged, as ! manager for the Pensacola club in the 1 Cotton States league, reached New S Orleans yesterday afternoon and wired s from that city that he would l e in i Pensacola thii afternoon. It is pre- ! sumed that tho floods in Ohio prevent- ; ed him taking a more direct route t ;' Pensacola and forced him to travel j from Toledo to New Orleans. With his arrival the matter of se- curing a team will be taken up. Th 1 association has done nothing towards j this end preferring to await the ar- j rival of the manager and permit him : to select the players he desires. . PENSACOLA GAME IS SCHEDULED FOR TO MORROW BETWEEN LOCALS AND VISITORS, AND WILL BE LAST TO BE PLAYED BY TO LEDO. The last game to be played ly the Toledo team in Pensacola will be th.u of tomorrow afternoon at Maxent park, when the Pensacolas will play their first game of the season, and the loral fans probably will see some of the men who may possibly play on the Pensa -cola, team this season, ln this game. It is tmderstood that the Toledo manager has offered to leave som? of his surplus players in Pensacola and if he does they will be in tho Pensacola line-up. All of the Toledo players are in fine shape to commence the season. The team will leave Monday for Birming ham to play a series "f games there and then worlc north gradually, reach ing home In tfane for the opening of the season. Muddy Complexion. "When you see a woman with a mud dy or sallow complexion and dull eye?, you may know that her liver is out of order. A few doses of Chamberlain'5! Tablets will correct It and make her look better and feel better. For sala by all dealers. (Ad; ANDALUSIA Wltf S FROM FLORALA SPECIAL TO THE JOURNAL. Andalusia, Ala, March 28. Andalu sia took the third game of a three game series from Flora la here thl afternoon, which went eleven inning with the score of four to three. Mc Leod, of the Albany. New York Stat league team, pitched for Florala and showed Truidseason form with miser.T")!n support. The battery for Andalusia, was Jeter, Williams ,and O'Neal- An dalusia won Wednesday' game, 1 to r. and Florala took Thursday's game, 14 to 13. WEATHER MAP 3 10 PLAY I 0