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THRPWACOLA TOTTPML. SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 20, 1913. 0 FURNITURE. FURNITURE Repaired, re-finished and upholstered. Window shades md to order. Mattresses renovated. B. H. Falr- rhild Co.. 33 East Romana street. Phone 485. Bmchtf ffi' in ii in ii i ii mum i i i i iiimii ! LAUNCHES. MOTOR BOAT FOR S A LE Bargain. Owner coins north. . Perfect order. Woods, P. O. Box 618 or 20th and Lloyd, opposite Bay View Park. 17a2w REAL ESTATE CITY. 1250. CO CASH buy two choice loti in East Pensacola Heights, block. 77; near car line. A bargain. Address "800." rare Journal. - If mch Political Announcement. I hereby announce my candidacy for on of the City Commissioners' to be elected under Pensacola's new Charter, subject to the call of the "White Demo cratic primary and the action of the voters in that primary. The support of every voter will be appreciated. SOL CAHN. I hereby announce my candidacy for City Commissioner, subject to the call of the city democratic executive committee. A. GREENKUT. I hereby announce my candidacy- for commissioner for the city of Pensacola under the new charter, subject to the call of the city democratic committee nnd the white democratic voters of this city. Tour support will be appreciated. U E. BOGAN. I hereby announce my candidacy for one of the city commissioners to be elect ed under Pensacola's new charter, sub ject to the eall of the white democratic primary and th action of the voters in tlvit primary. Upon my record as a citi zen and business man I solicit the sup port of erci voter. A. V. CLTTBBS. I hereby announce my candidacy for commissioner of the city or Pensacola subject to the primaries at the call of the democratic executive committee. The vote and support of every voter will be appreciated. . , O. J. SEMMES. JR. T hereby announce my candidacy for city commissioner, subject to the call for trie wnite democratic nrimary. W. A. DUNHAM. I hereby announce wty candidacy . for city commissioner, subject to the white democratic primary. CHARLIE KETSER. T am a candidate for city commissioner, subject to the white democratic primary and will appreciate the support , of all voters. THOS. H. JOHNSON. I am a candidate for city commissioner subject to the white primary. I m an architect and am especially interested !n public works, streets and parks. Tour support will be appreciated. V J S. J. WELCH I respectfully announce my candidacy for one of the three City Commissioners to be nominated by the white democratic voters of Pensacola. in the primaries this Spring. Tour vote will be appreciated. J. E. CONCANNON. I hereby announce myself a candidate for city commissioner, subject to the ac tion of the democratic primaries, and re spectfully solicit the support of all voters in this primary. O. H. CHEINE5 MULLER. I am a candidate for City Commis sioner of Pensacola. under the new city charter and subject to the white Demo cratic primary. .Your support will be appreciated. J. O. WALKER. LEGAL NOTICE. BIDS WANTED. Bids are invited for the construction of a concrete sidewalk and curbing around the county jail building. Blue prints can be seen and particulars secured at Circuit Clerk's office. Work must 'be done in accordance with city, ordinances and curbing will be similar to that around the city hall. Bids will be opened in the office of the clerk at county court house at 7:30 p. m.. Tuesday, April 23. J!13. The board reseives the right to reject any or all bid.. W. A. DUNHAM, MARION SHKPPARD. Committee County Commissioners. April 16-eod7t STATE BOARD OF ACCOUNTANCY. 1 Notice is hereby given that the State Board of Accountancy, for F.'orida. will hold an examination . for those desiring certificates to practice as Public Ac countants, at the-office of the chairman, Mutuat Life building Jacksonville. Flor ida, on Tuesday. Wednesday and Thurs day. May 20th, 21st and 1913. Ap plicants desiring to take this examina tion, should at once communicate with the undersigned. Signed, WALTER MUCKLOW, T i 7"i Chairman. ' apr!3d&w4w NOTICE SHERIFF'S SALE. In accordance with the order of sale made by the Judge of the Circuit Court of Kscambia county Florida, in the case of W. T. Waters vs. Irving H. Holmes pend ing In said court.! will, on Monday, the list day of April, 1913. at J 2 o'clock, noon, at that certain hollow block, stone store building at Goukling. Escambia county, Florida, on the east side of the Brent Hard road, place formerly and recently occupied by W. T. Waters, for merchandise purposes, expose and offer for sale, at public outcry, and I will sell to the highest bidder then and there for cash, all the stock of goods in said build. Ing. consisting mostly of groceries, can ned goods, meats, hams, bacon, ' lard, butter, cheese, flour, meal, rice, grits, and all other articles of merchandise end -groceries as are contained in said tocsr together with the dry goods and notions, also the bran, chops, oats, corn, molasses, feed, hay and feed stuffs as contained in said stock in said store building, together with the fixtures, glass cases, shelving, counters, scales, oil cans and other fixtures In said building. To ny prospective customer will be glad to phow said stock in person at said place of business. Bill of sale at cost of purchaser. A. C. ELLIS. Sheriff Kscambia county, Florida. April 12th. 1913. , Apr.12-14-17-20. FISHER-BROWN Insurance Agency. General Insurance. Agents Thleaen Building. Office 2nd Fleer. Phone 918. SAM CHARLES Shoes Half-eled In IS Minutes. Called Far and Delivered. -NUFF 8ED." 511 South Palafox r:: :i..:.n:z I i ed to Ttii Paper Fcr Sala it CRYSTAL PHARMACY L SPORTING NEWS .- - ' SNAPPERS; DEFEAT THE LARKSDALE SLUGGERS MISSISSIPPI SLUGGERS COULD NOT SOLVE BENN JEWELL STARS FOR PENSACOLA, MAK ING FOUR HITS IN FIVE TIMES - up. - ; Clarksdale, Miss.. April 19. The lo cals could not solve Benn today, his hits being so scattered as not to prove dangerous, while the Snappers found Needles for 13 hits and a total of 20 bases. - It -was a game In which luck o'ayed an important part against Clarksdale, no less than six long drives falling a few inches without the foul lines. Moneymaker, the newly acquired catcher, made his first appearance for Jackson Wins by Heavy Hitting; Selma Wins Again From Meridian BT ASSOCIATED PRESS. Jackson April 19. Jackson made it three straight from Meridian this af ternoon, thus copping: the entire series and further increasing: her lead for the pennant. Today's game was won by heavy hitting-, combined with errors by the visitors. Fourteen hits, mixed with errors and pisses, netted eigh teen runs for the home team. Score: R. H. E. Columbus . 11 8 Jackson . 8 1 Batter Jes Chappelle and Benedict; Montgomery Shuts Mobile Wins BT ASSOCIATED PRESS. Nashville, April 19. In a game fea tured by the heavy hitting of both teams Nashville won from Atlanta. to day by the score of 9 to 8. Score: " . R. H. E. Atlanta 8 9 2 Nashville 9 11 2 Batteries Price, Weaver, Becker and Dunn; Williams and Noyes; um pires, Pfenninger and Kerln. " Birmingham 4, Chattanooga 1. Chattanooga, April 19. Birmingham bunched hits off Covalesky today and drove him from the box. Moore, who succeeded him, was effective, but the home club could not hit Sloan. Score: R.H.E. Birmingham .. . 9 u Chattanooga 1 8 2 Batteries Sloan and Dilger; Cova ltky. Moore and Street; umpires, Breltenstein and Stockdale. , Washington Blanks New York;' Athletics Beat World's Champs BY ASSOCIATED PRESS. New York, April 19, Walter John son, was in fine form today, and New York failed to tally. One man reached third during the game. The visitors batted Keating out of the box. Score: R. H. E. Washington 3 9 0 New York 0 6 3 Batteries Johnson and Ainsmith; Keating, Sehultz and Sweeney; um pires, Dineen and Hart. Boston 5, Philadelphia 7. Philadelphia, April 19. The Ath letics defeated the world's champions here this afternoon in another close and heavy hitting game, which was featured by fast and clean fielding. Score: R. H. E. Batteries O'Brien, Hall, Leonard and Carrigan; Plank, Pennock and Lapp and McGreevey; umpires, Con nelly and Thomas. New York Wins Two From Boston; Philadelphia Defeats Brooklyn Team Boston, April 19. New York won both of today's games from Boston. Ames pitched his first game of the season in the forenoon and won it handily. Tesreau twirled in a mas terly manner and easily won the sec ond contest. Score: R. H. E. New York 7 9 0 Boston 2 9 2 Batteries Ames and Myers; James and Dwlght; umpires, Rigler and By ron. Swond game: R. H. E. New York ....10 9 2 Bcston 3 7 4 Batteries Tesreau and. Wilson and ITartly; Hess and Bariden; umpires. Rigler and Byron. Philadelphia 1, Brooklyn 0. Brooklyn. April 19. In a pitcher's battle "between Brennan and Ragan today the former had a shade the bet ter, and Philadelphia won another 1 to 0 game. Score: R.H. E. Philadelphia 1 6 4 Brooklyn 6 5 1 Batteries Brennan and Dooin; Ra Wagner Again to Captain Clarke's Pittsburg Chicago. April 19. Old Man Hans Wagner will be captain of the Pirates again during the season of 1913. The rwtchman has been consulted about it, and has accepted the place. Wagner was given charge of the club on the field last spring, and while the players made ft disappointed Ft ait It was the locals and performed satisfac trrily. Bernsen again starred for Clarksdale as a blngster, nabbing: two hits, one of them a two-bagger, out of four times at bat. For Pensacola Jewell was the stellar performer, getting four hits for a total of five bases out of five times up. Score by innings: R. H. E. Clarksdale 010000000 1 7 2 Pensacola ..030010100 5 13 1 Batteries Needles and Moneymak er; Bonn and Hansen. Summary Two-base hits. Benn. Bernsen, Jewell, Miller; three-base hits. Long, Hamilton; left-on bases, Clarksdale 7, Pensacola 6; bases on balls, off Needles 0, off Benn 1; struck out, by Needles 2, by Benn 7; wild pitch, Needles; sacrifice hit, Hamilton; stolen bases, Bernsen; time of game, 1:47; umpire, Cusaeks. Dennis and Robertson; umpire. Hale. Selma 5, Meridian 3. Meridian, April 19. Selma defeated Meridian again this afternoon. Three of the runs were directly attributable to errors by home players, who had an exceedingly bad day in the field. Score: R. H. E. Selma ' 5 10 2 Meridian 3 9 8 Batteries 'Love and Mueller; Hirsch and Guitterez; umpire. Williams. Out Memphis; Easily From Pelicans Memphis 0, Montgomery 10. Montgomery, April 19, Manning' pitching easily featured today's gam i. He held Memphis to three scattered hits and easily scored a shut out. Score : - R. H. E. Memphis 0 3 6 Montgomery 10 10 0 Batteries Parsons and Haight; Manning and Donahue; umpires, Rud dcrham and FiefHeld. New Orleans 3, Mobile 15. Mobile, April 19. Mobile over whelmed New Orleans today. Fifteen hits and three errors by the visitors scored fifteen runs and almost turned the game into a farce. Score: R. H. E. New Orleans . . ...3 9 5 Mobile 15 13 3 Batteries Brenton and Angemier; Hogg and Schmidt; umpires, Hart and Wright. St. Louis 0, Detroit 4. Detroit, April 19. The home tean defeated St. Louis this afternoon. Dubuc pitched in good form and- the visitors were shut out. Score: R. H. E. St. Louis ....'.... 0 3 3 Detroit . . 4 11 1 Batteries Allison and Agnew and Alexander; Dubuc and McKee; um pires, Evans and Hilderbrand. Cleveland 9, Chicago 2. Chicago. April 19. Cleveland de feated Chicago this afternoon. Falk enberg yielded nine, hits, but with the exception of one inning, kept them well scattered. The Naps bunched practically all of their drives. Score: R. H. IS. Cleveland 9 0 Chicago . . 2 10 Batteries Palkenberg and Carisch and Land; Smith and Schalk and Kuhn; umpires, O'Loughlin and Fer guson. gan and Orth. Miller; umpires, Klem and Cincinnati 5, Pittsburg 6. Pittsburg. April 19. Pittsburg won an exciting and well played game this afternoon from Cincinnati. Both teams were compelled to change pitchers in an effort to stop batting rallies. Score: R.H.E. Cincinnati ................... 5 9 1 Pittsburg 6 10 2 Batteries Works, Packard and Harter and Clark: Cooper. Hendrix and Gibson; umpires, Owens and Guthrie. Chicaeo 6. St. Louis J. St. Louis, April 19. With" Richie twirling In midseason form the Cubs had no trouble winning today's game from St. Louis to 1. Score: R.H.E. Chicago 7 i St. Louis l 5 2 Batteries Richie and Archer; Hunt, Perritt and WIngo; umpires, Brennan and Kason. Team through no fault of the captain. He made a very able lieutenant for Man ager Fred Clarke, and nobody else was considered this spring in connec tion with the place. Wagner was never accused of loafing or shirking, but his added responsibili- take a greater interest in the club than" he ever manifested before. Wag ner expects a better start this spring, and he is confident that his club will finish one point higher in the pennant race next fall. The Dutchman is forty years young now. and is still setting the pace fcr all the other players. He is not slow ing up to any appreciable extent. He never played more brilliantly at any stage of his wonderful career than he did in the games against the- Boston Red Sox in Whittington park. The German covered just as much ground, and he fielded and ran bases with the same dash and vim that he displayed a decade ago. He was dig ging down into the dirt for ground bails, throwing from every conceivable position, reaching out for the wide ones when at bat, jumping about with his bowed legs at first to worry the pitchers, and getting more applause tlian all his teammates' combined. Hans "Wagner is still wcrth the price of admission. GOOD GAME IS SCHEDULED FOR mm park STRONG TEAMS HAVE BEEN SE LECTED TO PLAY FCR BENEFIT OF WIDOW OF ERNEST ROACH. All loyal Pensacola fans will be given an opportunity to witness a mighty good ball game today, as well a.H assist in a most worthy cause. A number of the local players have vol unteered their services and will play a game against the pick: of players from Fort Barrancas for the benefit of Mrs. Ernest Roach, the widow of the popular third baseman of last year's Tensacola team, whose death occurred recently. Aside from the worthy cause for which it is given, today's game prom ises to be very interesting from a baseball viewpoint. The Pensacola team will consist of a number of well known ball players who have played with Pensacola and the Twilight league in past years. They will be captained by no less a personage than "Daddy" Sanchez, and it will be seen that with a veteran of his calibre there is small danger of a balloon ascension among their ranks. He is very optimistic, and declares that there is not a chance in the world for the Barrancas boys, but Manager Harry Golden, of the sol diers, makes almost identically the same claim for his team, so there you are. The only way to settle such an argument is to observe the score board about half past five this after noon and see for yourself. The line-up of the Barrancas team could not be obtained at a late hour, but the Pensacolas will be made up from the following: Sanchez. Gordon, Graham. Lurton. Haley, Tobin, Van Meter, Angelo, Bell, Olsen, Weber, a W probably two or three more of the old guard. JOE JACKSON MAY SUCCEED TYROS R. COBB CLEVELAND STAR HAS STARTED OFF AT A CLIP THAT WILL SOON STAMP HIM AS BEST PLAYER NOW IN THE GAME. If signs of wavering on the part of Ty Cobb are noticeable within the next few days, and hints are heard that the "greatest baU player that ever lived." will report to the Detroit team, make up your mind that Ty's ego has been punctured, says the Atlanta Jour nal. Cobb might hold out Indefinitely for that $15,000 which the Detroit man agement says it won't pay him, but if he can hold out while another man is annexing the honor which have been his- for lo, these, many years, then he is a different Cobb from the one who has made baseball history. But this story Isn't about Cobb, he being brought in merely to explain the "why" of this coming back, when he does. This is the reason, being taken from the first game between Chicago and Cleveland: AB.R. ILTB.PO.A. E. Jackson, rf. 3 2 3 7 5 0 0 Joe Jackson won the opening game for Cleveland from Chicago. He was so Cobb-Ilke that the fans begran to pity the Detroit management because Cobb was missing and more than once the expression was beard. "Cobb'll get jealous and play to spite himself.' Three times Jacksoa went to bat and three times he hit. Two wallops were doubles, one to the right field fence and the other along the third base foul line. The other was a triple that dented the concrete in right center. Five put-outs were registered by the black-haired lad from Dixie; as many as were negotiated by the other two gardeners. One was taken off the fence, a catch that brought the fans up standing. And the next day Jackson, who, last Waldenheim Training Stable. Under the personal supervision of Miss Eunice Thompson, graduate of the Beery School of Horseman ship. Harnes horses handled by the well-known end experienced Chas. W. Cooke, of Lltchaw. England. Address all communications direct to Miss Thompson. "Waldenheim." Pensacola, Fla. BREAKING TERMS. Shying-, running' away, kicking, biting or S1.50 per day. (Average subjects require from one to three weeks handling:) Afraid of automobiles, bicycles, paper, firecrackers, guns, umbrelas, train, hogs or dogs, $1.00 per day. Bad to curry, scrupper, shoe, bridle or harness, S5 for time consumed. TRAINING TERMS. (30 to 60 days' handling only.) Schooling to three gaits- walk, trot and canter (at signals) S30.00. Schooling to five gaits walk, trot, canter, rack and running walk, $50.00. Schooling to kneel to be mounted. S10.00. Schooling to pace (harness), $20.00. Colt training to harness, $30.00. j '; Schooling to park-walk, $20.00. Schooling to drive without bridle or lines. $100.00. To this last Miss Thompson reserves the right to refuse such sub jects as she deems impossible. season was runner-up to Cobb for bat ting honors, was the brightest star in the league. Today he is a drawing card, ranking next to Lajoie as a box office star. If he continues his sensa tional work Jackson will make the league forget Ty Cobb providing al ways that Tyrus doesn't permit his ego to rise up and choke him so hard that he signs a Detroit contract. Last year they called Jackson the crown prince of the American league, the king, of course, being the only Ty. but since Cobb has abdicated the crown rests upon the hard-hitting speed merchant from Greenville. S. C, one of the few, very few, brilliant play ers Connie Mack ever permitted, to escape from his fold. PENNANT PROGRESS. National League. Won. Lost. Pet .833 Philadelphia 5 New York . . 5 Pittsburg 4 Chicago 4 St. Louis'..... 3 Brooklyn 2 Boston 1 Cincinnati l .714 .667 .571 .500 .409 .20t) .200 American League. Won. Lost. Pet. 1,000 .800 Washington 4 Philadelphia 4 Cleveland 5 Boston 4 Chicago 5 Detroit 4 St. Louis 4 New York 1 0 1 3 3 4 4 5 5 .625 .571 .55 .509 .444 .167 Southern League. Won. Lost. Pet. .778 .625 .600 .566 .500 .444 .300 .300 Atlanta " Nashville 5 Mobile Montgomery 5 Birmingham .......... 4 Memphis 4 New Orleana S Chattanooga 3 2 3 4 4 4 Cotton States League. Won, Lost. Pet. .889 .625 .571 .333 .333 .259 Jackson 8 Selma 5 PENSACOLA' 4 Columbus 3 Meridian 3 Clarksdale 2 1 3 3 6 RESULTS YESTERDAY. National League. At "Boston 2-3, New York 7-10." At Brooklyn 0, Philadelphia 1. At Pittsbnrg 6, Cincinnati 6. -At St. Louis 1, Chicago 6. American League. At Detroit 4. St. Louis 0. At Philadelphia 7, Boston 5. At New York 0. Washington 3. At Chicago 2, C!eveland 9. Southern League. At Montgomery 10, Memphis 0". At Chattanooga 1 .Birmingham 4, 10 Innings. At Nashville 9, Atlanta 9. At Mobile 15, New Orleans S. South Atlantic League. At Charleston 9. Albany 1. At Jacksonville 1, Savannah 4. At Columbus 2, Macon 7. Cotton States League. At Clarksdale 1. Pensacola 6. At Jackson 18. Columbus 5. At Selma 5. Meridian 3. Was There and Stayed There. A prominent railroad man hurried down the lobby of a Birmingham hotel and up to the" desk. lie had Just ten minutes in which to pay his bill and reach the station. Suddenly it oc curred to him tbat he had forgotten something. "Here, boy," he called to a negro bellboy, "tun up to 48 and aee if I left a box on the bureau. And be quick about it, will your The boy rushed up the stairs. The ten minutes dwindled to seven and the railroad man pace 3 the office. At length the boy appeared. yas, sub," he panted, breathlessly, "yas. suh! yo' left it, sua." What to Eat. After the So-Called Art Show. I never saw a purple cow. I never hope to see one; But to the Futurist I bow He can both see and be one. " Chicago Tribune. Political Boss Want a job, eh? Are you one of the men that voted for Kelly? Applicant I'm three av thim! New York Globe. balking". NEWS OF THE MARKETS Naval Stores Market. Savannah, April 19. The spirits of turpentine market opened and closed firm today at 3 S-4 to 40 cents, with sales of 260 casks. Receipts were 506 casgs, shiri-ients 6 casks and stocks of 17,703 caska. The rosin market opened and closed firm with the first sales in several weeks. The market broke badly on the opening. Sales were 1.64 barrels, re ceipts 1,506 barels. shipments 1,350 bar rels and stocks of 62.607 barels. Wuotatioas were as follows: Grdes W. W. . W. G. .. N M K. I H G V E . D B Opn Close .25 6.0U 5.80 5.30 5.20 4.40 4.30 4.25 4.20 4.15 4.10 6.25 .0( 5.80 5.50 5.20 4.44 4.30 4.25 4.2 4.15 4.10 . 4.03 4.0; New York Cotton. Isew York, April 19. Cotton futures opened barelv steadv at a declin of 2 to 7 points under heavy overnight selling orar inspired oy yesteraay s Dreaic, la- vorable weather and crop reports. The Initial break carried the market into new low around s for the movement. Stop orders were uncovered and selling was general with prices ruling about 6 to 9 points net lower before the end of tne nrsi nour. The market closed steady at decline of 7 to 12 points and at the lowest level or tne dir. Cotton spot closed quiet. Middling up lands 12.15. middling gulf. 12.40. Sales 192 Dales. New York Stocks. New York. April 15. Tradine In Mexi can petroleum, on account of the increase in the dividend rate from 4to 6 per cent. maae it tne feature of tne openiDK to day. The first transaction wa a. block of 2,000 shares at 66 1-3 to 66 as com pared with yesterday's close of 65 S-4. The quotation subsequently yielded to a snaae oeiow yesieraay s nnai price. Gen erally speaking the market was lower although declines were restricted to small tractions. Canadian acins was an ex ception, losing two points on the first sale. The market closed firm. Speculative interest which have ben waning tnrougnout tne weeK practically disap peared today and the total of transac tions ror Tne norr session was incon sequential. Some stocks were sold at the beginning of business, the sharp aecnne in Canadian Pacific in London being reflected In a similar fall hrel Bcr traders soon saw. however, that their sales bad caused no sreneral ar-.Hintr and nought bacjc their stocks in leisurely iasnion. uosequent nuctuatlons were trivial. Bonds eaJiv. Sellinjr was not continued after the first fro minutes, tne market falling into tne rut witn general recoveries. New Orleans Futures. New Orleans. April 19. Cotton futures opened steady at a decline of 2 to points on poor cables and a favorable weather map. Private mosaees from Liverpool stated that traders there had been bearishly impressed by the en couraging crop news from this side. The weather map was clear and drv with temperatures seasonable, condttkms that were considered almost perfect except i or mow sections or .rexas mat are com plaining or drouth. The market had lit tle support In the early trading and at the end of the first half hour of busi ness was 4 to 6 points under yesterday's close. Although much week-end profit-taking was aone oy snorts wno had no desire to carry their commitments orer Sun day, the market was under more, or less pressure throughout the session. The forecast of fair weather except for in-! creasina- cloudiness in KeJU Texas for the belt was taken as being extremely favorable while the cloudiness In Texas i was accepiea as giving that state a chance of fretting- the rains it elahna to need so badly. The weather outlook bad more to oo witn tne selling than any thing else. At the lowest the trading monmw were h to 5 points under the last prices or yesterday. cotton futures closed ftady at a net decline or B to 7 points. Soot coton quiet unchanged. Middling n i-ioc. iaies on tne snot 51 bales; to i arrive naiea. nioK s.-,43 bales. Pensacola Cotton Market. The following report la furnished dailv ror -i ne f enaacoia journal by Harris. Allison & Co., Cotton Merchants. Pen sacola. l-l a. : Good middling 12 l-X Strict middling 12 Middling 11 7-8 Strict low middling 11 1-2 Low 10 7-8 NEW YORK MARKET. Open. Close. May 11.73 ll.63?4 July 11.70071 11.6366 October 1L2830 11.26627 Medical Note. Doctor ito patient) You've had a pretty close call. It's only your strong constitution that pulled you through. Patient Well. doctor. remember that when you make out your bill. Boston Transcript. Subscribe to The Journal, HARBOR AND MARINE NEWS PASSED SAND KEY. April 18 7 p. m.. steamer Sureobe, bound west; S p. m., steamer Strath carron. bound west; 9 p. m., steamer Ogeechee, bound west; 10 p. in., steam er El Sol. bound west. April 19 3 a. m., steamer Oklahoma towing Skenango, bound west; 1 p. m.. steamer El Siglo, boun.l west; 2 p. m., steamer of the Standard Oil Co. with tow, bound east; 2 p. m., steamer An tilles, bound west. Fast Passage. The schooner Louis Rossert, which arrived at Georgetown, S. C. April S from New York, made the passage from pier to pier in 57 hours. Mari time Register. Bound For Pensacola. The following list contains the names of vessels chartered, cleared and sailed for Pensacola from foreign ports, excepting the West Indies: Norwegian bark Bolgen, 1334 tons, sailed from Algoa Bay March 21. Norwegian ship Vigo, 1295 tons, sailed from Port Natal Feb. 17 via Karbadoes. Norwegian steamship Aagot. 2257 tons, sailed from Hamburg- April S. Br steamship Brookwood. 19S7 tons, sailed from Newport April 2. British steamship Glencliffe. 2293 tons, sailed from St. Vincent April 1. British steamship Ilyltonia. ill!) tens, sailed from Villareal Apri' 1. British steamship Ludwig Groede'. 1S96 tons, sailed from London March 14. British steamship Strnthcarron, 2S07 tons, sailed from Newport News April 14. British steamship Vittoria, 1TSS Ions, sailed from Newport April 0. Sailed. Br ss Riverdale for Bordeaux and Sunderland. VESSELS IN PORT. Steamships. Ida, Span, 1313, Chirapozu, Tampi to Gulf Transit Co. Parkwood, Br, 1102, ITarrison, Trin idad to The Keyser-Muldon Co. Barks. Alfredo, Crg, 9ST, Cnpell. Havana. to J. Garrisa. Imatra, litis, 334, Karlsson, Madevia to J. Garrisa. Venice, Ital, 12TP. Pcl'.crano, Rio Ja neiro to Rosa sco Bros. Paloina. Ital. 119S, Gandolfo, Genoa to order. Erminia. Ital. 140S, Marchese. Jack sonville to Rosasco Bros. Schooner. Zeta, Br, 3"5, Rcmby, Mobile to order. ' Donna Christina, Am. 165. Peterson, Aux Caye to John A. Merritt Co. Georgina Roop, Br, 424, Pittman, Key West to master. Emily F. Malcolm. Br, 13.1, Malcolm, Mantego Bay to Stearns Lumber & Export Co. Ships. JCordsee, Nor, 1517. Larsen, Rio Ja neiro to Pensacola Lumher Co. 7) mm -aw n ,? ewar For the arrest and detention of r Emmitt Ashley, A ne(rrn about 30 TMrcc of A UCfr 3.DOUZ OKJ years Ot age; light ginger Cake Color. Wire chief Qf poHce pana. ma City, Fla., if caught. "-. -. -- -1,11,,! " ' . ' ir 4 I'M 1 J, rv . .-, e "-(7 ' ' : r - - - 3 ' 'T; Yi ' - 'it . i V V ' 4 f : f 1 -v A ',: . ; ' 4 I K 1 AS a i - '