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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL. THURSDAY MORNING, JANUARY 22, 1014.
BIG SHIPMENT NAVAL STORES THE STEAMSHIP GENERAL GOR DON SAILED YESTERDAY FOR HAMBURG AND ROTTERDAM WITH CARGO VALUED AT $80,000. With ft shipment of naval stores valued at about $30,000, tbo steamahip Creneral Gordon cleared and sailed yeej terday afternoon for Hamburg and Rotterdam via New Orleans, where she will take on additional cargo; The General Gordon will carry 10, 298 barele of rosin, 1,000 casks turpen tine and 66.257 feet of lumber to Ham bur and 2,702 barrels of rosin to Rot terdam. The shipment of naval stores was made by the South Atlantic Steamship Line. If your children are subject to at tacks of croup, watch for the first symptom, hoarseness. Give Chamber lain's Cough Remedy as soon as the child becomes hoarse and the attack may be warded off- For sale by all dealers. ' Adv.) NEWS OF THE MARKETS. Naval Stores Market. J3avannab, Jan. 21. Turpentine opened firm at 46 1-4 to 46 1-2, with salesof 227; receipts 66; shipments 264, leaving stocks 27,684. The rosin market opened firm, with sale of 232S, receipts 1,437; shipments 3,011, leaving stocks of 162,483. Quotations were as follows: Grades Open. Close. WW 6'.85 6.70 WG 6. DO 6.30 N 6.20 6.20 M 5.80 E.30 K 4.35 4.45 I 4.12 1-2 4.17 1-3 JI 4.10 4.07 1-2 (i 4.03 4.07 1-2 F 402 1-2 4.07 1-2 13 4.02 1-2 4.03 D 4.00 4.05 4.00 4.02 1-3 Pensacola Cotton Market. The following report is furnished daily for The Journal by Harris, Alli son & Co., cotton merchants, Pensa cola, Good middling 13 3-8 Strict middling 13 1-2 Middling 13 1-4 Strict ow middling 12 3-4 Tj-,w tnMilllf!. ..11 9. A ' NEW YORK COTTON MARKET. Open. Noon. Close. Jan. ....12. 40 41 12.45 12.5052 March ,.12.6364 12.67 12.7273 May ...12.4445 12.47 12.5253 July ...12.40 12.42 12.4S49 New Orleans Futures. New Orleans, Jan. 21. Cotton fu tures opened steady, unchanged to 4 points down compared with yester day's close. Lower prices on the call were in sympathy with poor cables on futures. Traders who were bulllshly Inclined were encouraged by the com parative large spot sales across the water and by continued favorable re ports from spot markets on this side. Their purchases increased sufficiently to put the most active months a point over yesterday's close but the upward movement was not well maintained. Bearish ginning talk increased stimu lated selling and prices soon fell off again to a level 4 to 5 points under yesterday's last quotations. A recovery to yesterday's closing level followed reports that spot buy ers were finding extreme difficulty In filling their January wants and were being obliged to move about from one southern spot market to another in order to place purchases. No net ad vances took place on this upward rnovement and the fresh buying was TOeecKea oy accounts irora reias stat ing tht. in spite of last season's un satisfactory crop, there were indica tions of an increased acreage against this spring. At noon the market was -jJuU but steady at a net decline of 2 points. Liverpool Market. .Liverpool, Jan- 21. -Cotton spot good business done, prices steady. Middling fair 7.86d tlood middling 7.52d Middling 7.24d Low middling 7.00d Good ordinary . 5.24d Ordinary 5.90d Sales 12.000 bales. Including 11.100 American and 2,000 for speculation and export. Receipts 2,000 including 1,000 Am erican. Futures closed quiet. January 6.86. January-February 6.S6d. February-March 6.87d. March-April 6.S9d- April-May 6.87d. May-June 6.8 Id. June-July 6.814. July-August 6.76d. August-September 6-60 l-2d. September-October 6.23 l-2d. October-November 6.23 1-2. November-December 6.27 1-2. December-January 6.26d. Chicago Grain. Chicago, Jan. 21. Cash: WheatNo. 2 red 9696 1-2: No. 2 sard, 89 l-290 1-2; No. 2 northern W91; No. 2 spring 8990. Corn No No. 2 quotations. Oats No. 2 white 4041 1-2; stand ing 3S S-439 1-4. Timothy 3.755.25; clover 11.75 14.50. Pork 21.60; lard 11.07 1-21L10; ribs Sl.00ll.55. (No. S603.) Report of the Condition of the American National Bank AT PENSACOLA IN THE STATE OF FLORIDA. AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS JANUARY 13TH. 1914. RESOURCES. Loans and discounts $1,383,639.43 vera raits, secured and un secured U. S. Honda to secure circu"-" latlon ......... U. S. Bonds to se cure U. S. De posits $36,500.00 L. si. Bonds to se cure Postal Sav ings 6,000.00$ Other bonds to se cure Postal Sav ings 1,173.23 258.000.00 42,500.00 8,000.00 Eonds, securities, etc 5l',S3L47 Banking house. Furniture and Fixtures 201,370.19 wmer eai Estate owned ... Due from National Banks (not re serve asents) ..$ 86,099.23 3,000.00 uue irera state and Private Banks and - Bankers, Trust Companies, and Savings Banks.. 53,873.62 Due from ap. proved Reserve Agents 113.561.60 Checks end other Caen Items .... 11,224.07 Exchanges for Clearing House. 5.201.29 Notes of other National Banks... 2,000.00 Fractional Paper Currency, Nick els, and Cents .. 101.28 Lawful Money Reserve In Bank, Viz: Specie $94,145.60 notes 24,000.00 $118,145.60 Redemption fund with U. S. Treas urer (5 per cent of circulation).. 12,900.00$ 402.106.72 Total 32,451,641.04 LIABILITIES Capital Stock paid in Surplus Fund Undivided Fronts, less Ex penses and Taxes paid .... National Bank Notes out standing Due to Other National S5S.000.00 Banks $ 78,868.72 Due to State and Private Banks and Bankers .. 110,348.26 Due to Trust Com panies and Sav ings Banks .... 10,184.10 Dividends unpaid 8S6.00 Individual depos its subject to check 1,158,119.57 Demand Certifica tes of Deposit .. 6,250.00 Time certificates of deposit 62.3S9.56 Certified checks .. 6,787.83 Cashier's checks outstanding ... 4.649. 98 U. S. deposits ... 15.069.38 Postal Savings de posits 11,887.00 Deposits of U. S. disbursing offi cers 8,406.49 Liabilities other than those stated. 17. S. De posit Crop mov ing funds 115,000.00 1,5S7,796.44 Notes and bills re dis counted Bills payable, including ob 83 656 90 1 ligations for money bor- , rowed 164.S00.0O Total .a $2,451,641.04 State of Florida, County of Escambia, ss: I. M. E. Clark, Cashier of the above named bank, do solemnly swear that the above statement Is true to the best of my knowledge and belief. M. E. CLARK. Cashier. Correct Attest : C. W. LAMAR. THOS. V. HANNAH, FRANK REILLY, Directors. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 21st day of January, 1914. ' J. C. HESTER, (SeaL) Notary Public. My commission expires March 24, J915 STATEMENT of Amount of Taxes Charged to Tax Collector for 1913, Amount of Taxes Collected for Each Month and Balance ..to Be Collected January 1, 1914. Amount charged to collector, 1913 ....$200,234.73 Polls assessed 3,982.00 Polls non-assessed.. Total $204,216.79 Ey amount collect ed Jan. 1, 1914 86,239.36 Balance to be col lected $187,977.43 General Fund. Amount charged to collector A I 68.132. 6S By amount collected 10,667.03 Balance $ 47,463.65 Fine and Forfeiture Fund. Amount charged to collector $ 25.886.75 By amount collected 4,740.90 Balance $ 21.C95.85 Road and Bridge Fund. Amount charged to collector $ 6.459.19 By amount collected 1.1S5.22 Balance $ 8,278.97 Annex Bond Fund. Amount charged to collector 3,329.69 By amount collected Balance $ 3,229.59 Jail Building Bond Fund. Amount charged to collector f 16.147.96 Bv amount collected 2,963.06 Balance .'. $ 13,184.90 School Fund. Amount charged to collector 8 90,428.62 Polls assessed 8,982.00 Polls non-assessed.. Total 94.410.62 By amount collected. 16.6S3.15 Balance S 77,727.47 " I certify that the foregoing is a true and correct copy of the account of the Tax Collector as appears of the records and files of this office. In testimony wheteof 1 have hereunto set my hand and aTlxeii my official seal this 20th day of January. A D 1914 Seal JAS. MACGIBBON. Jan22&24 Clerk Circuit Court. HAITI TRYING TO QUELL REVOLUTION Washington, Jan. 21. The HaJtlen government is making a desperate ef fort to subdue the revolutionists who yesterday defeated governmetn troops near Cape Haitien. American Consul Livingston re ports the city without defense since the fight of the government troops and that It is threatened by the revolution ists. The government has hastily de spatched some soldiers from Port au Prince to the north on a warship. Some political arrest have been made In Port au Prince. The minister of war, who fled from Capt Haltlen yesterday, has resigned and Charles Sal nave has been appointed as his successor. Read The Journal Want Ad. Columns. HARBOR AND MARINE NEWS PASSED SAND KEY. January 206 p. m., steamer Ocean, bound east: 9 p. m., steamer El Mun do, bound west. January V.1 2 a. m., steamer Dar.u- bian, bound for Port Arthur; S a. m.. steamer Mon'ana, bound west: 10 a. m., steamer Hanover, bound west; 11 a. m., steamer Sun, towing barge, bound west; 2 p. m., steamer Lewis K. Thurlow, bound west; 3 p. m., steamer of the Leyland line, bound east; 4 p. m., steamer Eagle Oil Co., bound west; 4 p. m., steamer Algiers, bound east. . Arrived. Br sdh Jeanne A. Pickles, 297, Rich ards, Havana to John A. Merritt & Co. Ital ship O.-tred. 1402. Filippini. Rio Janerio to Southern States Lumber Co. e Cleared. Br ss General Gordon, 1945, Fair, for Hamburg with 10.8&6 bbla rosin, 1,000 casks turpentine, 66,257 s ft lum ber; for Rotterdam with 2,702 bbls rosin. Sailed. Br ss General Gordon for Hamburg and Rotterdam via New Orleans. Jeanne A. Pickles, Br, 297, Richards, Havana to John A- Merritt & Co. VESSELS IN PORT. Steamships'. Ger. sb. Johannes Rues, 14S2. Schu macher, Hamburg to Gulf Transit Co. Ida Zelck, Ger. 1719 , Jackson ville to M. A Export Co. Remoir. Belg, 1935, , Buenos ( Ayres to C. W. Oliver. I T.ulaA T.AtiIiarf1t Clf-r IfiST 'P'hnenix. SOO.OO Rotterdam to Gulf Transit Co. 3T.ooo.00 j Cromwent Br, J977. Wicklen, Wil 20,987.70 ' mington, to C. W. Oliver. Brooklet, Br. 2697. Horn. Philadel phia to John A. Merritt & Co. Ships. Ortrud, Ital, 1402, Filippini, Rio Ja neiro to Southern States Lumber Co. Barks. Paolina, Ital, 1198, Gandolfo, Savona, to Rosasco Bros. Schooners. St. Paul, Br, 440, Marcial, Havana, to Master. tV. H. Baxter, Br, 230, Peterson, Cardenas, to A. Zelius. Donna Christina, Am sch, 165, Kra mer, Havana, to John A. Merritt & Co. A DIFFERENCE IN WORKING HOURS A man's working day Is 8 hours. His body organs must work perfectly 24 hours to keep him fit for 8 hours work. Weak, sore, inactive kidneys can not do it. They must be sound and healthily active all the time. Foley Kidney Pills will make them so. You cannot take them into your system without good results following. DA1- emberte's Pharmacy. (Adv-) YESTERDAY'S WEATHER. United Statas department of agricul ture, weather bureau. Charles F Mar vin, chief. Dally weather bulletin. Penaacola'e Tmprilur Data. Highest on record for January, 79 degrees. Lowest on record for January, 15 degrees. Average of the highest daily tem peratures for January, 60 degrees. Average of the lowest dally temper atures for January, 45 degrees. Highest temperature yesterday, 66 degrees. Lowest temperature yetserday morn ing, 51 degrees. Pensacola' Rainfall Data. Normal rainfall for the month of January, 4.04 inches. Total rainfall this January to 7 p. m., 0.08 inches. Temperature 7 p. ni. 49, S p. m. 48, 9 p. m. 47. Temp. is t-ji-i c 5" J- a. 3 a STATIONS 4 Abilene 56 66 .. Clear tlajita 44 50 ...04 Clear Boston 24 2S .02 Clear Buffalo 16 22 .53 Cloudy Birmingham .... 46 54 .. Clear Chicago 24 2 .04 Snow Denver 42 46 .. Cloudy Galveston 5S 60 . . Pt.cldy. Green Bay 20 20 .02 Cloudy Hatteras 43 SO .. Clear Huron 6 12 .. Clear Jacksonville .... 52 64 .14 Clear Kansas City .... 82 34 .. Clear Jacksonville .... 52 64 .14 Clear Kansas City .... S2 34 .. Clear Knoxville 2S 32 .. Snow Memphis ....... 46 50 .. Clear Montgomery .... 50 5$ .14 Clear New Orleans .... 58 60 .. Clear North Platte .... 32 35 .. Rain Oklahoma 4S 56 .. Clear Palestine 56 62 .. Cloudy Pensacola 56 66 .. Pt.cldy. Phoenix 62 68 .. Clear Pittsburg 24 32 .06- Snow Portland, rOe. .. 52 52 1.44 Pt.cldy. St. Louis 2S 34 .. Clear St Paul G 10 .. Clear Salt Lake City .. 40 42 .. Cloudy San Francisco .. 54 54 .54 Rain Sheridan 24 32 .. Cloudy Shreveport 5S 62 .. Pt.cldy. Tampa 58 74 .32 Cloudy Toledo 22 2S .03 Clear Washington .... 34 50 .. Clear Wiliiston 8 4 .. Clear Here is a remedy that will cure your cold. Why waste time and money ex perimenting when you can get a prep aration that has won a world-wide reputation by its cures of this disease and can always be depended upon? It is know everywhere as Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, and is a medicine of real merit. For sale by all dealers. (Adv.) Too Late to Classify, LOST One Doctor's hand grip, contain ing instruments, from automobile in business district early last night. Find er will be rewarded when kit Is return ed to Dr. Quina. WANTED To exchange desirable real estate for six good milch cows. Will trade for one or more cows or six in a bunch. AMre5? Box 42, or Phone tS4. THRILLING RESCUE OF MEN FROM DEATH BY ASSOCIATED PRESS. Chatham, Mass., Jan. 21. Captain Hart and his crew of seven men were rescued by the use of the breeches buoy today when their vessel, the New York two-masted schooner General Adelbert Ames was wrecked off Mo nomby point. The Ames, which regis tered 450 tons net was bound from St. John for Philadelphia. The schooner struck before daybreak on Bear's shoal about 200 yards off shore. The life cavers in their surf boat were driven back and the beach j gun was brought out. The only knoll where the apparatus could be anchored was, fortunately, directly opposite the stranded schooner. The comb. nod crews of the Monomy and Monomy Point life saving stations working waist deep in the icy water, fired four shots before getting a line across the Ames. The first man ashore from the schooner told the life savers they must hurry as the masts Were swaying and ; it was feared that the vessel would go to pieces at any moment. Cap ain Hart, the last man to leave the Ames was safe on the beach within half an hour. When you want a reliable medicine for a cough or cold take Chamber lain's Cough Remedy. It can always be depended upon and Is pleasant and safe to take. For sale by all dealers. (Adv.) ARRESTED FOR A BRUTAL MURDER BY ASSOCIATED PRESS. Chattanooga, Tenn., Jan. 21. Ar thur Denny was arrested at Oakdale this morning and taken to Harriman and committed to jail on the charge i of the brutal murder of B. F. Snoffer, who was clubbed to death at a livery stable in Harriman on last Thanks giving night. Denny was arrested as the result of an alleged confeFSion he made the day after the murder of Shoffer to his partner, Clint Ellis, in the bootlegging business. Ellis, who is in jail on a bootlegging charge, told officers of Denny's con fession which resulted in h!s arrest. This is the fifth man arrested for the Shoffer murder, the four others estab lished alibis and were released. EPISCOPALIANS ELECT OFFICERS FOR SYNOD Muskogee, Okla., Jan. 21. Officers of the seventh provisional synod of the Episcopal church were elected at the business session held by the synod here today. Bishop Tuttle, bishop of the province and presiding bishop of the church in America, was elected chairman of the synod. Rev. II. N. Hyde, of Little Rock, was elected sec retary and C. L. Johnson of Waco, Tex., treasurer. John W. Wood, gen eral mission secretary of the church, with headquarters In New York; Rev. E. H. Heckel of the board of strategy; Diversify in Even in the heart of citrus Florida than oranges and grapefruit. Many nears and peaches should be plan groves and a good income derived Cndings' 1914 This work gives lists of the fr in anv tiVin of the Smith. It tells be grown in the same orchards and groves. Griffings believe that diversified fruitgrowing is as important to llorida as diversified farming is to the whole boutft Grand Bay, Alabama veloped their. nursenes accordmgj n " 4WmM$mm$ ?-HN5X!J copy. Iursene3 at ten convenieoi uu " W-'i'1 j-WVi?' -TSc4f Griffing Brothers, 209 Mississippi. Are.. MferM THE JOURNAL'S DAILY WEATHER MAP U. Fair Thursday, colder In South portion, Friday, fair and warm er In northwest portion, i.gnt to moderate variable winds. EXPLANATCiRY NOTES. ,tom takes at 8 p. m" ?5th meridian time. Air pressure aedneed to sea lereL Isobars (eontitnoBS line) pa&s fbrofteh bora oreoael sir pressure. Isotherms (dotted lines) pass through points of equal temperature: drawn only for zero, freezing. 90. and ioo. ,ir- O - csrtly cloudy: O cloudy: C) rain: (D snow; report missing. . Arrows fly with the wind. First figures, highest . a temperature pas uuma, ocvuuu, ymiyiia.iuu i uju v. - . Rev. Gardner oJ New York and Miss Grace Lindley, general secretary of the woman's auxiliary, are attending the sessions of the eynod. JEFF DAVIS' TWO DUELLING PISTOLS BY ASSOCIATED PRESS. Washington. Jan. 21. Jefferson D.x vis's two duelling pistols, a double barrelled pistol and appurtenances seized by union troops near the close of the war between the states and which have been in the custody of the war department nearly fifty years, will be turned over to Joseph A Hayes, of Colorado, whose wife la the eldest daughter of the former president of the confederacy. The shawl and Raglan, belonging to Mrs. Davis, said to have been worn by Davis when he was captured, were not included among the articles for which Mr. Hayes asked, but they will be returned If the Davis heirs as!-: for them. Secretary Garrison decided today to J return the relics on an opinion by Attorney General McReynolds that Davis never had been lega'.ly deprived of his ownership of the property and that all hl-s rlsrhta In It had been i restored to him by virtue of the terms of the proclamation of pardon and amnesty issued by President Johnson in 186S. Says Confession He Made Was Forced BY ASSOCIATED PRESS. Galesburg, 111., Jan. 21. Robert Ilig gins, accused of murdering his wife that he might wed his stepdaughter, despite his alleged confession, insisted today he would fight for his life. He declared the confession was forced from him. He now insists that the gun was accidentally discharged. Cardinal Denounces Tango As Disgusting BY ASSOCIATED PRESS. Venice, Jan. 21. Cardinal Cavallarl, successor of the present pope as patri arch of Venice, today denounced the tango as moral turpitude. He called it the revolting, disgusting shame of our day. He said the' only persona who have lost their moral sense can endure it. BIG FIRE DESTROYS ENTIRE BUSINESS BLOCK Vicksburg, Miss., Jan. 21. This city was left In darkness shortly after 1 o'clock this morning by a fire that destroyed the Spengler Sash and Door factory, a coal yard and adjoining houses extending over a block. All wires in the vicinity were down. The flames were confined to the block. The origin of the fire is unknown. The loss is estimated at $45,000, partially coered byv insurance. This book treats this portant fruit as completely and thoroughly as it does citrus fruits, etc. There is no BM-tinn of ihfi citrus or cotton belts in which figs do not thrive. Figs are increasingly in demand and the fruit is destined to become an im portant commercial factor in Florida and all the Gulf Coast Country. Plant fig trees now. Fruit Growing-It Pays it will be fount? profitable to grow some tropical fruits, aiso tig?, Japan.-se persimmon. piura ted. In many instances mese can r- uuerpianieu ia ciu u-i .,v Wt'Ar."VV3 -1 from them without injury to the citrus tree.. ,&VP?WTfJi& Tree Book uits that can be grotrn to advan- J.JKty J&U which of these may ana tney ne ue- S. Department of Agriculture. WEATHER BUKtAU. w r m vrMA rtt rat OA hnnw third, BIG FREIGHTER IS LONG OVER-DUE New York, Jan. 21. Although t ty-flve days have elapsed since ihr 600 ton Italian steamer Ocenno f from Lisbon for New York on Dec ber 16 with a cargo cf cork, she not been posted as missing because owners do not believe that any a dent of a serious nature has happc to her. It was stated today that th Oce was a slow freighter, which nv average eight knots under very vorable ccniiitlons ami In a wests tra'.e and heavy sea her captain wo probably heavo her to and drift u rnr IT H ' the weather moderated. The Oceano is a Etrong fteai built at Glasgow in 1900 and carrr a crew of forty men. ler. It: c WOMAN'S SUFFRAGE CAME NEAR TO VOTE Was-hington, Jan. 21. The consti tlonal amendment resolution to rr. suffrage to women was near disposit xnt lor. in the senate today, a speech on subject by Senator Ashurst, in cha: of the measure alone preventing corning to a vote. Not a senator jected to Its being taken up. Sera Gallinger, the Republican leader, s he intended to vote for it. OLDEST DOWN EAST SAILING MASTER DEAD New Haven, Conn., Jan. 21. Captain Jared Griffing, 89 years old, the last of the old New Haven sailing masters, died hero today. Capt. Grlfflng was for years a notable rigure !n the coast wise shipping and West Indian traV. During the war between the states he gained considerable fame aa a block ade runner. FIRE DRILL SAVES LIVES MANY PUPILS Pittsburg. Jan. 21. Six hundred pupils of the public schools marched from the building today In safety when flames destroyed the great frame structure of St. Agnes Roman Catholic church next door to the sohool. T'ie blaze resulted In a genera alarm when the flames spread to a b:f dozen residences across the Ftreet, de stroyed 'he St. Agnes parish house and endangered the Soho public bsths. BISHOP WALDEN ILL. Daytona, Fla., Jan. 21. Hlshop John M. Walden of Cincinnati is critically ill here. Bishop Walden is 83 yef.rp old and is said to bo one of the old-m active bishops of the Methodist Epis copal church. WHOLESALE DEALERS IN CLOTHING BANKRUPTS New York, Jan. 21. Smith, Cray A Co., dealers in men's clothing, with brancheH in other cities, were thrown Into bankruptcy by creditors today. The liabilities are estimated at J450, 000, assets at $525,000. Receivers were named for the company's stores both in New York and Brooklyn. Im fruits other fnilimcm -wfnri vnlrwMtv - . r. ? 1 i m 6i ft! J tl TO MAKE MONEY GROWING! F ICi.Bidi lOirook If you are surfering from any dls. eases and have not been e.L'. to ire ! relief, pee the irmi n -A mncin Poc j tors at onco Hid have n thorough examination. I he doctors lnvc gaire the confdenci of the peor' ' y to ing square and honest witr !?n- p. lie. No Deeeptlen No Fal Praises. You Always Read the TruMi from German - American Doctors NERVOUS TROUBLES. Are you growing wMk an! nrrvuf Are you easily oxilteiT Do jou hav tharp pains over heart? Do you hv sharp pains in chest or t.houlders? Have you fchnrp pains orr eyes? Have you dir.ry spells? Have you m. bad taste In the mornlnj? Are you constipated? Have hot flushes? I you have choking spells? Do yon have black ertcks befor yen? Do you have blind, dlry srell"? Do you get numb or tingle? If you have any of the nvmptemi, see the Oermti i-American 1 .'vtori Its the Thieeen building, at once, and get treatment for these worn-oit nerves before your cae develors into nervoun prostration. Do not become a ner vous wreck. You can be well an 4 happy. The German- American Doctors Cure th Following Chroolo OUeae CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASES. BLADDER TROUBLE8, Chronlo Catarrh and Throat Trouble. Chronic Bronchitis and Lung Troubles, Chronlo Liver DIseAeo, Piles and Fistula Without the Knife. Special Diseases of Men, Special Diseases of Women. Chronlo Blood Dlseares. Chronic Indigestion. DIRECTORY DR. ANDRESS has moved hli office from room 300 Thieaen building to room 317-319 Brent building nd has changed telephone numbers from 90) to 126. MAYES PRINTING CO. PRINTERS FOR PARTICULAR PEOPLE ! 17-19 West Government St. Phone 11. DR. W. A. J. POLLOCK " 121 1-2 8. PeUfow 8t. Over D'Alemberte's Phirmtey, Office Phone 274. Postdeneo Phone 31' Lemuel Colson, Dentist. 508 and 607 Blount Bulltl. Administration of Nttroiie Oil do anl Oxygen for I'alnleee Orrt!ons. Phones: Office, 8S0; Residence. 1004 DR. B. V. DANNHEISSER DENTIST 309-308 Brent Building. Phemo ST. ' DR. HENRY BOR8T. I Btomach Fneeiallst and Specialist In i Pisceses of Children. 1b cow latel !rt F1ehr Ra1 Kstat Building. 2Mi$ Pouth PaUfox street, omce uours. 10 to u aa 2 to 6. DR. T. L. TNGRAM. CLASSES CORRECTLY PITTED. LENSES DUPLICATED WHILE YOU WAIT. 10 South Pesfox. With Will C. Dlffendorfee. T. G. YATFS. M. D. OPTICIAN. 410 B'ount Building. Twenty Years' Epertee as mn My Specialist. Examination free. DR. J. R TTLLER, DENTIST. 310 B'ount BuHdlnfl. Qrm SS RnMH'( Rhnn, 41 Pensacola, St. Andrews and Gulf Steamship Co. STEAMER TARPON FIRST CLASS PASSENGEP. AND FREIGHT SERVICE Between PENSACOLA, MOBILE, APALACnl COLA, CARRABELLC, ST. AN MILLVILLE. And All Points on St. Andrew Bay, Carrabsllo and ApataeMeftla. SCHEDULCi DREWS, PANAMA CITY, Leaves Pensacola, Sunday 8:30 p. m, for Mobile, Ala. Leaves Mobile, Monday 7:30 p. m. Leaves Pensacola Tuesday 6:0Q p. m., for St. Andrews, Millvil.'e, Apa laehicola, Carrt-'bell and Intermediate Points. R. J. R EAGER, General Freight and Passenger Agent, Pensacola, Fla. Phon 653.