It is with pleasure that we announce to the traveling
public that Pensacola now boasts of her long
needed First Class Hotel.
The location of this desirable house is central, being
but a short distance from the Railroad Depot, and
within ten minute walk of the most beautiful Bay
(Pensacola Bay) on this continent.
It has been newly furnished in elegant style
throughout, the rooms being large and airy. Its
organization in all its departments being complete.
The table is supplied at all times with the best the
northern and home markets afford. Special inducements
offered to parties desiring first class board for
the Spring and Summer.
There is a first-class News Room, supplied with
daily and weekly papers, periodicals, etc. A delightful
grove of Live Oak, Maple and Orange trees, with
extensive lawn for croquet and other out-door sports
is adjoining the Hotel.
Particular attention will be given to letters and
telegrams requesting that rooms be reserved; in fact,
under the present management, all that extended
experience and determination to please and more than
satisfy all guests can do, will be done to render the
"Continental Hotel" the favorite resort of the North,
West and East.
Carriages provided to convey guests to and
from Railroad Depot and Steamboat Landing.
H.E. Palmer, Proprietor
Pensacola, Fla., Dec. 1, 1875
R.W. Myers, Manager.