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Title: The Pensacola journal
Alternate Title: Daily journal
Alternate title: Pensacola news-journal
Physical Description: v. : ill. ;
Language: English
Publisher: Mayes & Co.
Place of Publication: Pensacola Fla
Creation Date: October 4, 1906
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
daily (except monday)[ former <1900-1905>]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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TAX TWELVE \. ." Committee spent another busy day nature. f... r T
1 yesterday and when nightfall came Letter From Paymaster Pyne. j. ii'
Y MILLSt LIGHTS, ::4'R.E'VRtiCKf1) they had relieved the suffering of Yesterday morning the committee 1' = t
families, furnishing them received the ,following: ,.
t \, OMINC many poor self-explana ,' ,- '
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'Increase' Mill Due;to Re-, CHILlENGECUP' i ,n cR[ ENUE. sending large Quantities of clothing U.iS. Navy Par Office, Pensacola, :3 '; : f t

A :" :',_... a.eIT',_, _, y' \ to Warrington to be distributed there. Warrlne.o-ton.-.. Oct. 2, 1906. ..:, "
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... The government: Is caring7fort tie "The Chairman Pensacola Relief .. ",. ,
sufferers on the reservation. so far Committee : =r t J I

I Several of'TherrrWiU ll, Reach f as food,I is',concenred...but;clothmg'for ,Dear Stn- The greatest,ne@ ORDINANCE C CUTTERS about two hundred is needed. The destitute people of Warrington and. =- { t ;
' GRANTING RIGHT Either Swept Into Sea the ?
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the the naval t.t
reservation
, Here To-Day to Look committee ;yesterday 'through is lot women J J.
of'Lieut.. of the cut and children's -
FOR STREET RAILWAY TO kindness Bryan clothing and shoes.
Over Situation. Structures .Badly Dam- ter Penrose, sent several large bunbles I Any of these which can be spared by : r' ..
)1 OWNERS, OF BEACH HAVEN 'clothing for women and chil- 'your' committee, will -be gladly ,re*' ., "' : : ,
Won By Kearsarge In Racesat *-', aged by Storm.i Vlinona, Fessenden and Pen- dren:to the yard for distribution.. ceived. .' i -
KNOCKED .OUT AMENDED ,
S It was noticeable yesterday that "The government will! attend to' Issuing ) \ # l

LLB BUDGET NECESSARY' SINCE: Several officials of the Western Bar Harbor, Sep- rose Assisting ,the Re- the calls for food were' less frequent provisions to such as may need, ,;,' f\:. .
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H. Union Telegraph, Company will reach DAMAGE TO FORTS McRAE, BAR !: than heretofore, ,and but few men them. t:- : \)\01
HURRICANE: MANY IMPORTANT Pensacola to-day. Among them nil tember 15. lief Committee. came to headquarters but there is a "There are about 200 or 250 people; :: __ ,
- le General Superintendent of Con RANCAS AND PICKENS WILL AGGREGATE big demand for clothing, as many in great need of clothing. :- J -- .

MATTERS CONSIDERED.. struction Bristol of New' York; General families' lost everything they had, "Respectfully, # '! .-
Foreman McLaren" ,of Atlanta $57,000-REPORT OF seeking safety from the hurricane in "T. G. PYNE. .'

Cbe and Superintendent* Lloyd. also of At- ADMIRAL EVANS ADVISES CHAIRMAN DROWNINGS AT McRAE ARE OFFICIALLY SEARCH OF, THE COAST, NEAR a 'hurry and not stopping to search "Paymaster U. S. Navy." i t"" II I
At the adjourned meeting of the lanta. : PENSACOLA BEING I MADE for clothing.A I As soon as possible after the receipt '-f r. t
!city council 'last night many important The officials will"reach here early OF CUP COMMITTEE RELATIVE : CONFIRMED. IS few families have also been supplied of this letter the committee sent -' :''s(
this morning and look over' the situation FOR PURPOSE' OF RELIEVING with beds and bedding and the. clothing for about two hundred to the' .- f. : i
of the :
matters were disposed
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with a ylew 'to: 'rushing the TO THIS YEAR'S CONTEST committee will be glad to ,hear from! yard on the Penrose. ".... :,
[Principal! being the receipt and acceptance work of. reconstructing: their lines.Many ANY SUFFERERS FROM STCRM '
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New Orleans, Oct 3.-Forty-four > .
of FOR TROPHY-STANDARD RACING -
the report of the city of the wires and poles were
[tax assessor and board of blown down by the. storm and these lights either swept into the sea and WHO MAY: BE DESTITUTE., '
equalization : = '
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USED BY lost H.
CUTTERS or the structures so badiy dam- Eng'r. H. Jeannette Dies
are to be placed in condition at I ,
defeat of the ordinance provide onca aged that no lights can be shown and ;
he $ng foran, electric railroad through I TESTANTS. four light houses keepers drowned IT I
"pertain streets of the'city with extension The revenue cutters are rendering from '
lie during last week's hurricane is the I Injuries Received : ,
assistance to the relief
valuable
to much
the BeaCh' Haven 'property : report made by United States Lighthouse -
ss- I ,the increase of taxation by one mill REJECTED R ILL Admiral Robley D. Evans, Comman Inspector Scars of Now Or- 'committee and to the storm sufferers. a v

so.Os e ""fa: account of The recent hurricane : der-in-chief of the Atlantic fleet has l<-ans. ,': 8i There sEnden are and In Penrose port the'Wlnona., and when Fee-not|I Engineer H. H. Jeannette one of vine for attention, and although 1C; -
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acceptance recommendations written Chairman Palmes regardingthe lucse lights were located on the : of known that he "

'it the in work about the city it !is the oldest engineers in point service was was seriously in :
'es finance committee relative to ,Pensacola challenge cup announcing -coast and adjacent islands betweenthe ,engaged masters to '-mire1 i I on the Louisville & Nashville, is lured encouraging reports were re., -', ff'
of
Itl appropriations for the year 1906. : the winner in the race this year. mouth of the Mississippi nver and the intention the and a sharp dead 'as a result of the injuries he calved each day from his bedside until 'f :.j -:
keep
The the coast I I
'nt.. meeting was ca.lled'to rder at E The cup was presented the fleet on Mobile\ Mr. Sears did not ii.ve:-tigate along vessels j received last week when his' engine Tuesday afternoon when word J
7:30 wrecks
: with for or .
Mayor lookout any
Bliss and
or, Alderman one of its visits'several years since the lighthouse losses between Mobile :went Into one of the washouts oa the reached here that his_ condition had
Calm te In distress.The
Christie .IXAIemberte! Mc- end each there is a race between and Pensacola. He has not made that may glJ
to year yet i Southern Alabama division. The re- grown more serious. Yesterday tee 1
Hugh; Yonge Watson Maura, Ren-, the ships for the trophy which ,are imblic an estimate ot the money loss) Penrose Penrcse has Busy.been busy I.mains were brought to his home here painful news reached here that he .h !<
s.me, bawl Reilly and Wright present looked forward to with eagerness by involved. The cutter !yesterday afternoon. 'and will be had expired at 11 o'clock Tuesday ;t
The each day
till night
mtnutes of morning
from .
ed were read, and previous meetings i BIOSGIRBAGEBoard he' men. The letter received by Damage to Forts. hurricane. She escaped ,the I I I placed at rest this afternoon 'at 3:30 night 2e5
the
approved. sines
us Tax I I Chairman Palmes is as follows: Washington, Oct. 3.-From Major the marine railway o'clock.. I The remains were met at Flomatoa under a Assessment. I "United States Flagship Maine Tar- General Wade commanding the east blow owing by being the'need on of her servicesshe i The train en which Engineer Jeanette :yesterday afternoon by representatives -
suspension of the rules the and to
= of .get Grounds;, Sept. 27, 1906. ern' division at New York comes fur immediately, and : was engineer was known as No. of the Knights of Pythias and ; .
repOrt
lei- or> equalization the tax assessor and board ( i"Mr. M. P. Palmes chairman 'Pensa- ther details of the damage wrought i was launched rendered excellent ser 17, bound for Pensacola from<,over the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers ,' .,

of assessments was heard the on recapitulation realstate of Works :Decided to cola Cup Committee Pensacola' by the hurricane at southern army j I vice since in then.has bringing families from points ;Southern Alabama. It was in charge end accompanied to the city. '; '. 'I

,ct as'approved i Florida: posts. j 1 sound to the city,Icarrvt"t I:of Conductor Meade Wilson of this Many in the city will be pained to '
by the co.uncll. the bay and '
Veto "Dear Sir:- The commanding officer at Fort along also learn of the death of Mr. } c'
who painfully injured. Jeannette
: : was
>eng as follows: Readvertise for. Bids, to clothing and food to.tho<*e in' city, ;
Old "L Referring to the challenge cup Barrancas,' Pensacola confirms the re- ; the train neared Monroe the who was liked by all with whom.ha ;
City ._ .. .. .. .. 3.486.260.00 neeT"nd being ,of general service.I ILleut. I When ;;
,n&fs Be'mont' Numbering ... 1,432,270.00 now in the First Squadron: of the port of the drowning of Quartermaster -. officer(-:engine went into a big washout and was acquainted. He leaves a wife rr' : tl'
be Monday.At Bryanthecommanding
Opened
battleship fleet,' which was presentedby : Sergeant Maurice G- Oberianden 1; Jeannette taken out badly and, number of and : f"
East King Tract .. ... 711360.00 ,\. and Capt/Moreno ,.have entered Into ,Engineer was a sons daughters ".
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**w City .. .. :. .. .. 1010315.00 > the citizens of Pensacola'' to the end Private Rev. A. Jordan both of their work,'with much spirit and have ; injured. He was taken to Monroe- to mourn his loss. : ; ".. .
era- Vest King Tract .. .. 239690.00 I the tJo 1'11edmeeting' of the battleship squadron I take 'pleasure the, 22nd company of coast a..tillery'l.The they thought the vessel -.. ,, '' '
.'Board of.. Public Works held last in that boats from the bodies were not J gone wherever
Dallas Informing you
Tract .. .
: 16,180.00mtersbn ::
service.
Addition ... .. :30630.00 night night,' all the Mis",for the re-. eight battleships of this 'squadron .' The quartermaster steamer 'Poe, could The be of Winona any Here. : The Colored Ministers Were 3! )
J(o parent Tract .3d4,35000 movel and ilisposal of"garbage'during pulled for this cup at Bar Harbor. was saved through the splendid work I] which has been promi- !
a wmekon Tract'. '.. .. 26 950.00 the next twelve. months;({ ,1E;'t- September 15, 1906. of the captain and crew. The launch! The Winona. I
storm by saving many
the .
I nent during
. Water ed. The board opened.the .bids at Its "2. All four races were most excellent Mendenhall was washed ashore and -
, Front .. .. ... 528360.00 butt I lives along the coast, reached port Opposed to 'The Clansman"The tI i
I and
Ie: regular meeting- Tuesday night; ones and the winning :boats lies'wIlli boiler displaced connections morning coming from Mo

Total ..' .. .. .. .. ... 8076365.00 decided to takeno -action towards;were closely followed by the others broken. bile.yesterday Captain Hanks the command-
hot subject 'to fire tax.. 473360.00 awarding the Contract'ormaking disposition i tin all of them. The cup was won by The estimated loss at Fort McRaeis' officer, has placed ,his vessel,at ministers of this Oct. 8th. Said believe 1 .
and ing colored the city city play, we '
Barrancas
.matterunW another the $40,000 at $5,00'J
'Committee.The I of the Kearsarge the boats from that
Finance committeeand '
the disposal ,of the relief to the here is liable to destroy the pleasant
opposed production
finance committee reported 'meeting could beheld, This resulted ship having obtained the greatest Pickens 12000. There has been no there were I
where
will go to any point of Thos.' Dixon'a play "The Clansman relations now existing between the : i
tat adver- number of definite news from Fort Morgan :Mobile "
the bond.of Thonms Johnson; as Ijn al) bids beingrejeetedand: ;; points. either to
families "
be destitute '
Tat I the storm. may and not in favor of it. When races; 'we therefore petition your ft
,.rc Assessor had been approved and tisements will be inserted calling for 3. In this connection I have to inform since 1 I
bring
,
carry them food and clothing or they approached Mayor Bliss Tuesday. honorable body to prohibit said play.
a'so! made various othelIattf'rs ;lew bids to .be'.opened next Monday. you that since this cup was 1.
report
on -
them to the city. The vessel Is well the matter lie '\ ask this In accordance ,with .our i iVe
follows given. standard CHIEF OF STAFF I I regarding was very. .
, that had been referred to it. The bidders were'as : | racing cutters, of exact this service, and althougha '
II IAn of the recommendations .of- the J. T. Taylor ...-..-..-.::..-.."....$390.00 dimensions: have been issued to al OFF FOR CUBA 1 I fitted for navigate shallowstreams. I It busy assisting in clearing,the streets wishes-the continuance of the very ; ,
large craft can and not gathering clear idea of their pleasant relations. This, we further J '
hanee committee were adopted. The \V. H. Kilbee '._,..;.- ."'". ,475.00TL the battleships and in the races for 't morning she will i ir a II i
C Eodget for the year which bpi beenDrepared M. Staples" ..'....'.'.' ........ 445.00 the Pensacola cup these cutters were( By Associated-Press. {j+! This of persons' who have I purpose, thought that they favored it I understand to be in accordance with .r :1. ,1
r number
8ubmls'slon .. .... 450.00C. used. 3.-Gen. Frank I I carry a Yesterday however, he received the the actions of other cities of the :: :
Oct.
for to the counPrevious S. M. Gonzalez .;. ,:,; Washington Escambia bay to those ; I
. *" to the storm was read Fulton .,. ..........,".....,348.00, "Very. respectfully lin Bell' chief of staff, at the request ;:.homes along petition which they stated they would south. THOS. BELLINGER, ...#F'... S5-:!> ,
v Chairman .Andy, makinsr. appro- J.- A. Daw, ,/ .,.;... ?;: .... 400.00 -R._D. EVANS, of the president will go to Havana ,places. waS in Scranton during forward him requesting the mayor "L. B. LAKE. ;':; '
I cutter 1LEWIS.
nations' for the year as follows: T. W. Turk .-.--.I.: : ..;..... 370.00 'RPar Admiral U. S. Navy. Comman- at once to consult with SecretaryTaft The left that place immediately and council to prohibit the'presenta- "G. ..
General i Expense13.165.60 .. .. .'... 400.00" to the dispositon of American .the stornvand tion of the play. The mayor had already "N. R. RHODES f, J
r A. E. Kelly ..:: :: : : e -ln-Chlef. United States Atlantic as cruising all along the coast '. .
isterpst t. shitfn* fund etc. 52000.00 Robert Ridley--.....; :;::.......... 424.00 Fleet. troops. l' people. After she barred the performance> but he "D. D. MOORE, t
and rescuing many "C. T. DORROH
Poard of Health .. 4, 8000 w I was pleased to see that the minis
.' Ord :had done all possible- In Mobile Captain ters were as strongly against its production "W. H. YELLS" 1)
'' of 71.298.92 NOMINATIONS;IN MAGOON WILL TAFT MISQUOTEDIN
Card of Public Safety Wcrks ... 't9710.0a; : i ': Hanks came'on to Pens cola. On as ,he. The, petition is as follows pensacola.; Fla. Oct. 1. 1906 .' '1"I
RHODE_ ISLAND BE SENT TO CUBA A DISPATCH'Havana the trip over no 'wreckage was sighted : I most heartily endorse and ass :,-

Total.. ... 180843.92 I' ,' although 'a very close watch was *... "Pensacola Fla. Oct. 1, 1906. I prove the above petition. ..> ,
r. The : '.. :? darjnjnent .By'Aswcl te4Prt; .i. i By Associated Press. I Oct. 3.Governor Taft today kept, throughout, the trip' I"To the Honorable Mayor and City TERCIVAL H. WHALET, "J'I
appropriation for' the fire Provfdence, R: U Oct 1.-The Democrats I ;Washington. Oct. 3.-It was'an- said that the recent dispatch ]": Cutter;Fessenden. Council City of Pensacola; "Rector Christ Church." ', i .
.,ln the,above budget provid- nominated -Jas. Higginsfor I nounced late this him as criticiz'ngl feached. Monday i
the
ror' the fire today afternoon that which represented I The Fessenden< port -I "We the undersigned colored min- "I add my approval to that of Mr j.
purchase of a new Charles Steeon for lieutenant president, Palma administration j jwas"
governor on further :consideration, severely the and yesterday the commandersent
Ie.: horses and for the'satarles William Palmer for :wil send' He he ddn't use isters of this city respectfully petition Whaley. >.
Former Wilcoxlto'theHrelief j
Governor says
;- governor I .Magoon an error. Lieut. com "JULIAN S. SIBLEY ; j. 1
follows: ,
A' ;?lproJrliUon'was Ptgfneer'and; stoker eliminated etc but"in this an secretary'of state;Edwar, Sullivan for of Panama, to Cuba-, and let Governor 1 ftirf ipres3'ons attributed to him.]1 mittee and tendered the services of "We your are honorable Informed'body.that'as' a play Pastor First Presbyterfa- 91'
anxT'Joaa'&xchambault from faulty
attorney' general iWlnthrop remain at Porto. Rica The error arose transmts-I
where ,1a 'I Continued-on Page TlU'ee.l I known as The ClansI1l&n'.lI billed. for "Pastor First Preshjteriaa Church: I t
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:i RELIEf JUNOThe Wy fiver the medicine greatest, known." Wood .and Itpositively 3 TENDERS AID EXCITED INST1tLQUIS UP LIQUOR fy* Pure' her after Malt from Whiskey weakness transformed into-


strength a terrible nlneweeks'
and,permanently, : '' siege of typhoid

Total Sum Subscribed cures every humor,' from LICENSES v.. She,regards this medicine fever as i I

ry Pimples l to Scrofula l It is .Relief Committee Grateful; lifesaver, for her. 'The follow.

1 Reach the Sum of the BestsBlood But Does Not Need the ing are, her own words:

: ""1 rtav4 Duffy's Pure Malt Whiskey

$4,396.50. Medicine.THE Offered Assistance.The Removals of Para- All Applicants Must State \> m.-ftrdar me. ,1 had been don u I
Recent CitY.
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Thetotal relief fund subscribed by i,. following telegram was yesterday sites by Cooper's Medicine Where They Intend to ;:;$x:.. .., .;;'. stand course on I my was feet.very I weak bid and read could to mach tar- at
TIME HAS rout medicine aACt its cures that 1
COME received by Mayor.Bliss: : resolved to
the citizens of Pensacola to their' less Aid'From. 'Montgomery., Reveals New .Establish BarroomsIn ?k-::..,..: :r%' i give a start it stair.iA two trial weeks I took I was three able tot to a 0Ia

ltd tunate neighbors who suffered TO OVERHAULyour Montgomery 'Ala.--Od.-}.,1006. half a mile without tiring, and I cu rer 1t&Jk
'from' the storm now aggregates Hon. C. H. Bliss. Mayor Pensacola Disease.St" r Future. :: and truly,say it saved me from a relapse. I
UU te fa tbs house u it ii
Faal'and'Winter I keep the !
,.,a06.S0. The fund now stands as place to tend them to be Clothing pressed,,and cleaned the Fla.: / rod mtpdJdne to hue around as a prevmtatin soy
'
relief'committee to drawon '
and repaired IsthePensacola Instruct .. -," any kind of trlm>ts. I nope you wiU pal
V Xollows: | me for $500.00, a contribution from *<:' : Esk,tils, that others may know where to rjmedido
Louis Oct. Probably the The county commissioners met,last s that merits YOQrt
Paid at Journal Office. Dyeing Cleaningand our citizens to the su1rerersfrom .ftrT"tnay, Mr*. EVELYN B.Duffy's BARS
most unusual feature! of the excite- the '
floods. : night In special session for purpose "
Previously acknowledged ....$742 00 UBS. EVELYN,S..EAXNAXTX, Station W.XblpWa.N.Y. 0It.a6'11So
ment that has been'created by L. TCooper's
'- JLadles Auxiliary 25 00 Pressing Club.The W.: M. TEAGUE Mayor. of acting upon the ,applications
visit to this city is tKe removal -
s Jat"'&; O. Clothing CoT ........ 10 00 This telegram was turned over to of : by for liquor licenses. The various applications Pure Malt
,tapeworms
parasites or
best equipped establishment InWest Chairman Sol Cahn-of _the Belief ; Whiskey
Florida for doing this kind of Committee and he immediately wired his pr aratloDS.-,_ with two exceptions were
Total .$777 00 ,
Collected by Chamber of Commerce work. Mayor Teague as follows: During the early part of Cooper's approved and the following resolutionwas It fa TeCOffMCa CTM J ncrC"*the KKUUJiuc specific fw the care of typhoid,enmp
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,- Aid Not-Needed.Hon. .. stay in St Louis Individuals who dysentery,diarrhoea cholera_but,stomach ache.coagesttoo: saaitroke,heart(atiur?
Committee. Altering of Men's and Women'sClothes were were taking his New Discovery -: then adopted: faiatiag.weak ttomaca..malar'..chW..ferers,prostration aad *hundred and oneiiu 3cammcr.
'\ W. M. Teague' Mayor Montgom it is brought either to Must State Location. All can be cored and prevented by taking a te pcxinfal otPngj** rare JU4Wbiikcr
as called
Previously Acknowledged....$%,619 00 cf water driak.lt -=swill =
ia each glass you
r Oeo W. Johnston.. 50 00 f a Specialty. Ala.Telegram to Mayor Bliss ,received.j himself' of to physicians' throughout Resolved by the board of, county destroy the utIit'I absolutely par i U

& t Bay Lumber Co......... ,25 00 Our terms are reasonable and wo fluar Many thanks for, 'kind offer; but we the city immense parasites that had commissioners that hereafter all applications sad doctors contaiae of al1lChools.tao>akl is ued isallnaeribedDy

''lc Apostle .;. 25 00 I antes satisfaction on all work._ will be able to care for all in distress. left. the system' after using" the medi-' to this board for a permit lag boapiUl a f the world and is the oliIy
oho White Store 25 00 cine. rwaznised ala mediclae. Medical
SOL
CAHN. this
beer in
.to s!!U liquors, wines and advice
.. as. McHogh. ........ 50 00 Reese & Mendel Prop'trsNo. Chairman Relief Committee. Many of 'these people were frightened a valuable booklet oa diKaacs
shall state the street number acatireo.Duffy
and cases 'of this sort becameso county Ov
34. Friedman & Co. 25 00 While conditions are such that it I
'W.. M. Faulk .... 25 00 11 13 N. Palafox I Street Phone 475. will not be necessary to drawn upon numerous that Coopei finally made and location'in the precinct where It ** Pure,Malt Whiskey Is sold s

)F. E. Brawner ......:..... 25 00 ALL WORK CALLED FOR AND the good will of our Alabamaneigh the following' statement' for' public is proposed, to sell such liquors, wines first-class druggists and -
DELIVERED. and beer. by all crocen ,
t Cash 10,00 bors their offer'wilt., nevertheless be tion: :
Cash ... 600 deeply appreciated f )by ,Pensacola's He said: "In every city I visit Zli one Not Granted. or direct. In sealed bottles only. i -

WhIte & Nix ... 1000 whole people. things are brought tome .:within a few applications of N. Goldring fora Price $1.00. See that the "Old I

tPlckett Gerson & Gardner... 15 00 days after my medicine is sold in the license In precinct 2, and Mose Chemist trade-mark oa the label.

jB. Gerson 1000 GoVERNOR WAS Julius Caesar. city. They are what Is known as the Lyman in precinct IS were laid over Look for It carefully,and refuse sub -a.
was man of'nerve-but sickness tapeworm and to enormous
a left grow
Hannah Bros. 5 00 until next week when these applicants
its mark and he became size. stitutes. It will core yon after al,
} aged before
where
Barton Pepper ... 5 00 will be asked to state r
his time. Sickness, is often caused 'Few' indeed realize how prevalent other remedies have failed. Duffy j ,gyp
Dr. ?.i. E. Qulna 10 00 the ,places are, to be opened.
W B. Wright 25 00Tom by a torpid liver Herhine wffl regulate thesecreatures are..t I think I have One Application Held Up. Malt Whiskey Co., Rochester, N. Y.
your liver and give' you health. been the first to demonstrate what a E
.. .
Peblay .... 5 00 THANKED FQR
At the last meeting of the board the
Mrs. Carrie Austin, Hollon, Kansas large factor they are in the poorhealth :
J. M. Coo .,.. 500
writes: "I consider Herbine the best of this generation. I believe application of A. McCurdy for licenseto LEWIS BEAR CO. DISTRIBUTERS. ;
'iBostcn Shoe Store 10 00 ,
stomach sell liquors in precinct 12 was
medicine I ever heard of. I am, never that fully one-half the chronic
Gouldlng Fert Co. 100 00 without if"Wate: trouble that Is ,so universal is granted but that action was recinded ,

P. C. Brent 100 00 caused by these parasites., last night and McCurdy win be requested '
,a J. R. McLane 10 00 OffER "Individuals may have them for to state where he" intends to
Pen. Lumber Co. .:.. 100 00O.JH. PI.A'FnftIa.
years and not be aware of the reason locate his bar room'before the license
Smith & Son .'.. 25 00 Housekeepers as a rule do not trader for continued ill-health but attribute win be granted.

Pensacola Electric Co., ....;. 50 00 stand why it is the hot water pipeIs It to many'different diseases, when in The board addressed' a letter to f! SIDEBOARDS AND CHINA jj

'i. W. Hargls Craig 5 00 the first to freeze in very: cold weather. reality one of these creatures is robbing Governor Broward. in reply to one T :

.t :'WIcke &; Co. ... 5 00 To Issue Proclamation, But,. They think that It ought to be the them of their vitality. from him'relative to the recommendations -

4.' Solomon Furn. 5 00) other way around-mat hot water "These parasites are taken into the of Dr. Lamar as to the convict CLOSETS

'4 W.. L. Moyer 10 00 Pensacola Equal to the j I ought to withstand the low. temperature system In uncooked food or rare camp. The'board agreed to take the
F. R. Pou ..-.. 10 00 meat in the form of an 'egg which i
[t longer than cold water will That spur shackles off the convicts; but : : J.
Cash .. 10 00. hatches almost immediately. People called the attention
governor's to
the
,7 W. A. Blount :100 00 Emergency.Mayor I I does seem reasonable, but,a little investigation from feeling -- We have Had
;: suffering themexperience a fact that during 'the ten years in never so many pretty ones as
;, 20 00 shows us thai it is not Hot .i
r W. B. Sheppard of lassitude and are extremely; which the county had worked the con-
'i{ 'J. P. O'Connor -. 10 00 Bliss yesterday wired Governor I I water freezes more quickly than cold !nervous. The action of the "New victs on''the roads no complaint of we, have now-made' quartered oak, high-

-9- J Crystal Pharmacy .. 15 00 Broward thanking him for his' water for several reasons. In the first Discovery" seems tor be fatal to these cruelty ill treatment or neglect had and marvels of and ele- T

-I1o'.f I kind offer to issue a proclamation place the boiling of water expels the great worms"and la-most cases a few ever been made, and that the board ly polished beauty" : .

Total ..............$3,619 50 calling for aid from the outside world air from it, and'water-win not freeze doses of the medicine, drives the had al3.YS'taken great pride in the gance. ,v .
j' for the hurricane sufferers at Pensa creatures from thesystem.. I will :- : tl
" | until It has parted with Its air. In the humane treatment given the unfor- -.
$ t 1 Grand Total ......$1,396 50 cola, but declining the offer of assistance have hundreds of fthera :brought to tunates-Under its controL .
second
there Is
place, always a slight! '
I .- The wired here Monday | me before I leave"the city." ; .. "
\ Pay the Treasurer. governor 1 The board then adjourned.
the surface of
hot'wafer aZ
agitation on ,
! as soon as he learned of conditions This grew; me, prophecy has been $15.00 to $65.00. I
The Chamber of Commerce Com -
11Dlttee all of those who have and yesterday the mayor re- and this promotes congelation by as- amply vertfie4.-for Dot-only'hundreds, Monday Night's; Meeting.At
,I requests to i iy plied as follows: i I;: slating the crystals to change their'po- but thousands of St Louis people their meeting held Monday isi
subscribed and who have not paid t
sition until they,'assume that mostfa have 'been relieved of one of these night, the commissioners, received 2
1906.
I "Pensacola, Fla:, Oct. 2.
I{ 'pay their subscriptions at once to er
vorable fearful parasites'since taking Coop Tax Assessor Rlchards's books. The Why-not give one for that wedding present.QUINA .
,the treasurer. W. N. Roberts at the, "lIon. N. B. Broward, Governor, Tallahassee to solidification. Then the i
total amount of
due
er's preparations and the entire city taxes is $111-
First National Bank.A .Fla: particles in hot water divide Into smaller '
1 I I ? : 898.56 for the F;
{ has been arons thetfact present years : .
}Iany., thanks for kind otter. Pen-. globules by.reason of-the heat;, and Y .
> ?The contract for rebuilding ,tl1
: Some of the.iparakItesare of such Bayou,
Most Worthy Article. sacola is equal to emergency and can less resistance Is 'therefore offered to
enormous slza:as' to startle the im. Texar bridge was awarded to A. V,. AfARSTON
in distress. &
for those
When article has been the care cold f i
1 t market for an and gains on friends "CHAS., H. BLISS the than in cold water.Bealt1ar.lD'of agination. The statement of Father Clubbs.and he was notified to take up btZ
years
the work at -
John Baptist Arnolls, one of the best once.Commissioner I
every i year It is safe to call this "Mayor. ..eT. known and best beloved priests in Andrews 'is to put. 108xlK. S, Palafox SL Phone 149. Pensacola, Fla. i g,
medIcine a worthy one. Such is Bal.lard's 'Honey one of the most nutritious the road force '
J Napoleon Bonapart. this section 'of the country verifiesthis. to 'work rebuilding : BtOOOOON

F Horehound Syrup.all It positively showed ,at he-battle otAusterlitz, he and delicate of foods'should bejeaterf His .statement, among others Bayou Chico bridge< and the force will i .......... .... .......................000. ON
' 1 cures coughs and Pulmonary' was the greatest Leader in the world. more than It Ja," said a cooking esPert"Bought given to a reporters-was as follows:, also be put to Work in clearing the

diseases. One of the best known mer I Ballard's Snow Liniment has shown in the-combJt is bound to bf "For years I suffered from what I public"roads of fallen trees. The II Itly)
chants in Mobile,.Ala.. says: thought was a general rundown con: bridge at the head of
the public it is the best Liniment in unadulterated and this pure honey B&rou'GrandQi:
"For five years my family has not dition of the'system'caused by stomach also be rebuilt fI
to
,the world. A quick cure for Rheuma- will keep Its friends free from sore is at once. I c DRINK
been troubled with
the winter coughs BOTTLED w
7 .trouble., I felt extremely,tired all
Burns etc. A. C. !
Cuts
Sprains
we owethis to Ballard's Horehound|tism. throat and bronchial troubles., I have I
Pitts Rodessa La says: "I used Ballard's the time and it was a great.efron'toattend Boring Bird to Free Them. r-t r-t
{ Syrup. .know it has saved my children ? not had a sore throat since six years to duties.! I would wake
from sick Snow Liniment in my family I took to doc my Birds are often purchased in the bird et
spells.
many ago eating honey. My in the morning feeling as wornoutas .0 O.i
and find it unexcelled for sore chest up t1W
f market at Lucknow, India in order to
tor tells be often recommends hon
me
s when I-went to bed. If I stood for
; NOTICE. headache: corns in 'fact anything" that ey,'with excellent results, for diseases any length of time. I would have a' be set free again. This is done by Hin o 0 @r tc flm

c-: i the Notice 9th day Is hereby of October.given that 1906 I apply win l on to can be reached by a liniment of the throat Honey ia excellent to pain in the lower part ,of my back, doos as a work of merit and by Mohammedans ::

$,r the county commissioners of.. Escambla NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC. use Instead of sugar for sweetening and would have to sit down : after certain rites have E Qv '
eouaty. Florida, for license to operate a Permission is hereby given to the' cates.. It gives the cakes a most de- "I was very nervous and depressedin been performed as an atonement, hi oA
f'terry across the Eaeambla river, near people of Pensacola to pick up driftwood spirits and was troubled with dizzy imitation of the ;Jewish scapegoat. It i! m :
)rcDav1d. Florida; to be operated on Sec- ilg trul. flavor It is also excellent: In Z ,
-- I tlon 39 or 4Z. Drury Manning Grant. Tp such as Is only fit for firewood.No .' place of butter 02 hot biscuit;, on toast spells. I would see spots before is essential! that a bird used for this a 1.o .

i I105 4. Range ferry.31 west known C.' IL as the JOIIN'SON.28Sept3t Qld John-. new lumber or timber must be and on buckwheat cakes. I know a my eyes when I 'I stooped over and purpose should be strong enough to fly o 0 a Before drinking see that yo\
Interfered with except by the raised up quickly. had a very irregi away; but that does not Induce the
authorized agents. The number of women who use honey as a ular appetite, and would have palpitation G: owners or cosmetic. They apply it to the skin cruel dealers to feed the birds, or to get vC
Temporary Location. city reserves all old deals and timbersfor of the heart after ascendingthe
refrain from dislocating their wings or '
/The temporary offices of E. E. its own use as now encumbers. rub 1t"1n well then wash it off with stairs. their down to the wise is sufficient.
t Saunders &; Co., and E. E. Saunders public hot water. The result Is a finer tex "The talk about Mr. Cooper's preparations breaking legs. They put o .. 0 b
property.CHAS. everything to good or bad luck and ,
was so universal that I decided -
tured. glowing
litre now located in the north end of H. BLISS complexion a color a h
/ fresh look."' to try some, although I do not leave the customer to choose strong
le Keyser building.r Mayor. young
I ; take patent medicine as a rule: I bird if hcican find one, and to go away Hygela Bottling Works :f
took four doses of. the "New Discov ,
i -- -- U'be cannot. The merit obtained by 11

ery" as.It, is called, and tapeworm setting bird free is not attributed to 124 E. Chase Street. Phone 587.
,
'- .. about ninetyf'feet in length left my Deity bl1f1 it ifl supposed to come in a
# .... system." L:
ay
lh r large:measure from the-,bird Itself or Ie
1 am' very thankful for this great --
frotn attendant and hence
.
7.J P relief and I'know what has been the spirit .
# Pa of all birds of good or bad omen and especially '
sufferings.
cause my
-. This story of Father Arnolis is a kites and crows are in much :
T: : -:.. fair example of the experience of an demand and are regularly caught to be .n P1'//l at

i Turn : astonishing number of St Louis 'people sold for this purpose.

,' i. i ihr and Cooper's preparations are k

selling here in immense quantities.It *H me, Sweet Home."
is now estimated that he has sold 'AD'SHOTGUN ;
; Probably no one would have been
hundred thousands bottles to date
bottle of one more,surprised than Sir Henry Bishop tt
_ a in this city alone; and the sale is
himself could be have foreseen that a EL
> still increasing.
f n single melody in one of his numerous th

operas would achieve such celebrity br tr

American that at the'present day it is still sung :
Queen EAST PASS AND a
by.leading prima doa&as at fashionable_
,
. concerts-jangled on street organs and

UP THE SOUND loved,by a vast public that knows noth- The Gun for Comfort t

,.' ing of music properly so called as the

Upside down/and/ you will notice how live purest representation of the English! "v


5t i is with' carbonic gas; then it clears so T. J. PRYOR OF MARY ESTHER, the splr1t-'HOJne.Maid of Milan Sweet** the Home.opera in"Clara which. Tdck The to Rem1nrtoD ejectcock and Auto reload.l<
STORM'S'WORK HaYing stogto birre; it
GIVES REPORT OF
this favorite 'song occurred, has long d

pure clean and brilliant that shines all i ia IN THAT VICINITY. been consigned to.the limbo of forgotten = secure the shooter's comfort. No headache no bru1S=s. R

musical works but "Home, Sweet Simply pull and release tie trigger for cash shot. C

a:,, the, way through-not a hint of cloudiness., T. J. Pryor of Mary Esther who I Home" survives with undiminished A lKonm rlt t
also 'owns a saw mill at the head of popularity and is likely, to survive rtpeaUr cfs rtoo.with loUd <<1/_ breech

bottle and will notice Five-mils Bayou, off Choctawbatchee I when L1at Prtoci, f4O and upward, .ubjcutd ..
Open a you at once the rich; savory many: 'more pretentious compositions d.&lerU divcovats.J .
Bay, was in the city yesterday He t.:
, aroma of hops, peculiar to this brand and to our methods reports that while, be lost some logsat I Milan have.. into followed oblivion.-"The Cornell Maid Mae of Send't. L XV OOe tat itters! .

of brewing.it. the mill, but little else was ,dam.: azine. .TUB REMWOTOH ARMS COMPANY aloe,N. T. 'I

'f aged there. i :Ireoqr. $15 Broadway Ktw Tort City.

\\ Taste it and you will enjoy a flavor only to be attained by consummate Esther His store, however wharf,' were and goods washed at,"away Mary,i. Women asi Xlrror. Ct

\\S skill in brewing; by using the finest materials, and._ by and he says that 'so far as he could "We' carry lots of women dear to the

.
' wharf house top floor or at least several floors up
drinking American Queen beer. see every and boat on
: the sound suffered a similar fate. and then they take the next elevator 4r

q% It is in'a class ,by itself; a ''be without brewed in Watson's marine ways on the island down ,withOut,ping three, steps away
a peer, across from"'Mary Esther, were badly from the elevator," declared the operator ORDERS FOR, MOULDINGS AND 1
.
the South for southern conditions of health and weather of -
; a damaged. one of tae 11fta" ln a big office: t

{.' .. wholesome, hearty-beer which "hits ,the.spofr exactly.! the'At wharves East Pass., boats Mr. Pryor fishing said,tackle all of like building to ride; -No In the, it elevators isn't because particular.ly. ;they.' ALL KINDS' OF MILL WORK J 1.

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these facts and watch for ,. etc.. were swept away. Whyao;they flo'itt Totgct'the 4
1 Jh Remember our next ad on American Queen. furnished Our lumber is well-
use of the manors, of coarse See promptly.
NOTICE.Pensacola those,mirrors-on' either side,of,the' stock.
elevator
of
Acme Brewing' Co. Oct. 1st1, 1905.Teachers.and That's what attracts then" A seasoned and superior quality t
d }
Patrons of the City. bit of wind will strike them as? !
OA. they
'I'MACON., Public.Schools Attention! t
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turn the a
corner by. big
I Unless further notice is given, the building and
"... City Schools win stand adjourned then:they imaginethat their, hair Is Saunders Mill Company ':

S until Monday Oct. 15th. Inst. badly disarranged and make- for the
N. B. COO .- nearest' mirror, which Is lathe. ele- ,Phone'71 r.. 21 Cast 10 Slre t. E
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SALOUNS: lIVE'NO S BOOK" t S.., I _. S j rtA



I FoolisH The latest Almanac' fad;Silly Water Syclopedl,8C'niC'S Wagon series it:' Newest ,- in ,- ,h I

Rules of Conduct That,Reminda Me etc Styles:- "' ;
liCENSES at ic.Tbeeo wfll make you_laugh.: :..., > _, ', "" <.." : 1

,Something else new;!most of,the stan ", -
I dard works in pocket"ei e,_limp.leather,

1 1I 1t ; India standard paper.works 75c.at Thum il.00. "-naU' >series, "'of Correct Clothes for Gentlemen I :

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, .MIL.: $ Cooperrecce Shakespeare.'.In'Scott.numerous Dumas>bindings: Dickens,at; ;

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.< My entire stock Is new and Includes all : 4i r
of the new things In the book l1ne.HARRY ,
And Conse; uentl .The 'Will 4:

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t[ ,Remain. ,., Closed, Until, : T. HOWLAND, -- The Sight Style I is one of thethings ::1 '

I I '
I Council Meets.: .
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; Our deepest sympathy goes :Manager De Luna Book Store.' I that you. cah.count. on in our !

,De Luna SL,
put to our fellow citizens. whoa
The saloons of,the city are without :. r Schloss Clothes there I <
1: homes were flooded by the storm. licenses to operate In Pensacola, and _put to stay by

as a ronsequeuce'no ,liquors, winesor & \
storms, fires, and
Despite earthquakes : Intoxicants anr nature are being tailors who know what '
: the world goes on'and we. sold in ,the city;or"'will,l>e;tintir'after' NEW DEVICE FOR : expert style is.

to I; the council approves the'applications
continue wear clothing In a
r for permits; which will entitle the '
It's worth
'; a good'deal to..know' your
very short time It will not seemas lsaloonproprietol'$ to secure licenses. '
,
The 'i Clothes are right in this respect: ;with :-
though we ,had been through last saloons were 'ordered closed. USE -- the right quality,-.tailoring and fit, as
f Thursday .on account t lNM
f ;f> conditions DYINGTRAJNS welL d ,..:
such a terrible! storm.. prevailing in the city' at that at
time, and have, since been kept j It
Our stock Is not damaged and closed. Their licenses : -S fi
.became ,void -i tt
we are prepared to meet the on tie 30th and as the council had : Q can way about whatever -
failed to pass'llPOn.. the applicationsfor f j
clothing wants of everybody.Come permits, they could secure no $&*

see our stock. licenses( to operate, 'even had the you buy here--.we- absolutely I
:
closing order been' rescinded. Tonight y r s guarantee
A tailor on the premises. I the council will meet'and pass'

f npon proprIetors'the permits can secure and afterwards licenses the but Telegraphone May Prove 'of everything we sell. You will findthat '

N r whether, not they';will'be allowed

- RD'rLOTB'ING ,to sell rests with the mayor. Great Use, .In Railroad .' our styles are exact duplicates ofthe '
STAND CO. The latter stated "last night that
N, \ BUILDING probably "after' the council had passed : J Operation. '

JSOMF.'THING upon the permits the saloosn -- .fashionable, garments worn in New
would be allowed to open about Special to The Journal, I r .. + a ? A
Thursday or during the latter portion New York Oct.: 2.-U experiments
of the week, under' restrictions. which are now being made with anew = York and other large cities and that ::1M
: NEW!Icd.fille device,, known--'as the tele- our

[ i 8e11tJ} Pins: ; 25 and d 39c per pairw. DAMAGE, GULLPOINT'NOT graphone, succeed another long steptoward .

A. Gahlenbeck, ,'212,$..Palafoi! Si : BAD .the will prevention have been taken.railroad The accidents r big variety enables, you to perfectly '

: advantages which the telegraphone suit'j
'L. M. Levey of Gull Point, was In affords in train dispatching have attracted individual taste. Let !
COTTRELL. the: city yesterday hating driven by the serious attention of rail, your' us show .
FINE PHOTOGRAPHS wagon as far as Bayou Texar and road officials, and it is expected that !
Pensacola.. Fla.. came across- that body of water in before long the ,new' apparatus will

a boat. be In use on several of the big railroad esr rued The Latest (, :
: : He says the damage at Gull Pointis systems.' r '
TURTON & BELL ,
not so great as they feared it I* has' been found the ,
that tele-
PHOTOGRAPHERS SINCE 187;? ScHlTOSSFineiCIotheMUkers., '&C
would be. All of the boats, boathouses Q. .
KcdakSepplie( FinlsMaj far A"liun.R. graphone makes a p rma.inent'record
and wharves: were washed of all train dispatching, orders sent .
.1
the IFensacola Tar ,& Turpentine Fashions for Falhw
but
away,
by the telegraph ticker or over the al tim Ar
K. WHITE,' Co's. plant was not otherwise .telephone wire. The sOund waves L E &TA

: Wrtcr maker.Maimlactartnj Jeweler. till Gradual! materially damaged. The total set TTO] by the 'tIcker act upon the .
. { t cian.33 S.Ptlatox Sliest,Pentacola. Fla. damage to the company he thinks y
will be between 42,000 and 3000. diaphragm of the transmitter attached .1' Long Coats are the thingwith:long narrow lapels and semi-shaped backs, 'side and centre vents. All coatsare : $ i

The Gall Point (Devil's Point,) thence to conveyed the telegraphone to the telegraphons and are j I n u i r.S "three button"? thIs year,:and those cut either :"straight front" or nearly so, are considered the best style. + ,

i Tersely Told light was washed away, and nothingbut and are thence conveyed to ,a thin t Colors are' mostly dark mixtures-black, blues and browns-though greys are still very popular. Plain colors ; .
the ..foundation'now remains. $15 to t $3'0 4
dangerous place and steel wire, where they are electrically are always stylish. -
This
is a very
is in stored. As soon as,a record of the
.J. M. Crigler of Marianna,
: steps will no doubt be taken to replace orders has been made upon the wire The latest is the Trench Flare-Back" model, of which 'you get some idea from the plctoe. This ; ,%

the city on a short visit the Uht"at once. the train dispatcher places the receiver I O 'I ere I oats L is "a .semi-fitting garment with_ wide skirts and a deep centre-vent In back made of the new t
: B. H. Munn, of Geneva Ala. is in attached to the telegraphone to .
'worsteds and other fabrics Rain coats, both loose and than ,
STEAMER SAILS appropriate; formfitting, are more popular ever, ;, ?
Visit.M. his and hears the
: the city on a short business ear Immediately ('
FOR MOBILE orders just as they were given. 13 fn T si while the Top-Coat is a garment always in style. Paddocks and Box-Coats are, also among the fashionable ; I (
g 'Gunderscheimer. of New York Records may be repeated as. oftenas ViU lU VUU over-garments ,of the year f
. is :in the city, the guest of his brothers The Norwegian steamer Vidar, of desired, but as scon as there is'no

: here. the Munsen: line plying'' betwen Mobile further need to keep them they maybe SEE OUR SPLENDID SHOWING NOW WHEN IT'S AT IT'S BEST. i
-9 9Co. ;
t ;V. E. and F. J. Aycock, of Aycock, and South American ports, which wiped out by passing a strong -
. Fla., are among the prominent turpentine put in here the day following the hurricane magnet over the wire thus makingit .
proceeded on her voyage yes- ready for use again.In .
: operators In the city. .
this way tha: possibility of error -
:The custom house officials have terday.The Vidar reached Mobile bar during In train dispatching orders will b> -

1 been notified that the Devil's Point the course of the hurricane,-but greatly reduced. There Is no' need Watson- Parker & Reese
light better known as the Gull Point was 'signaled,by a government, boat to trust to the memory, as the orders .
t light has been carried-away.. All'vessels there to stand off.. The master then are there upon the wire and can:
should note this fact made for Pensacola, as he stated that be referred ,to at any time.. :The R =Y UI
N records can be transferred for: future Wear. >
:Capt. Joseph H. OT tog the steamer Wllhelmnla (formerly shoaled. --f
: tansmitter of a large storage tele ,,
the Pensacola,) is in the city having I phone. Should any mistake occur rs, .,_ -v r _' slEXPEDITIOP4
come up from Punta Gorda, SCHOONER DORISCAME, : the responsibility can: immediatsly
where his vessel now is. THROUGH STORM SAFELY 'be located by reference to the rec

L. K. White, of' 317 Nort Palafox, The American schooner Doris: lords on the' storage machine, an Indicator +......................+* :

street who was at Aycocn Fia., when which is owned by Pensacola parties, I showing on just what portionof .1 TYPWRITU lf
the storm occurred has returned, weathered the hurricane,, and came the-wire any particular record has [X T TC TO 'fUN5T N N NAMED | Amusements 1

finding his family al} ,right, much through without, a scratch accordingto been made: The record will give so t ''
perfect reproduction' of the dis t't
to his relief:: Information ,received 'here., I a : : RtPAIRS :

Go, Strauz, a travelng! salesman The Doris went to Mobile last week patcher's voice even altar months ,1..11.....11..1.1.4,144.. r. '
have it be at
that L.
elapsed,
can: once
'
or Montgomery: ,' Ala.. who was ,well to load cargo' and ,was,:In the' l'+wer recognIzed. C CUBA U H HAS A I TO 'COMMAND ; : ifc

known and who had many friends bay when the ,hurricane ,began; I the ", -.1 I having secured the services of an *xI > ;: _kz .', :: ;
here fft by .
died suddenly in Montgomery is now announced
'
Miss Holden's School. ,I pert repelrer'we I beg to notify the public ; .
Monday. GOVERNOR JELKS agement of the opera house that that we are now prepared: to overhaul, ..
dates have probably been cancelled'1 adojtft or rebuild all makes of typewriters -,r L
Camp Ward No. 10, Confederate Miss,PattI:! Holden announces that.her and adding machines and cash! regis .
GOES TO MOBILE: 5 SAILED- for this week and that: the chances. >,
school will not open until neat Monday, ,
"ters. All work miaranteed Estimates $tlIi-
N. B.
Veterans will meet at Supt.
October 8, When she will bP clad to'receive TROOPS. are that The Clansman will not be ed. Telephone us and we will send for ,tr
Cook's office at 7.30 o'clock ,ton'ghLJoe By Associate Press her pupils at No. 9 West Jackson seen here next Monday nightThe your machine or call and make an examtInaton

Iflcata, formerly of this city Montgomery,, Oct. '2.:--:<5overnor street. Soctlt :New! York Oct. 2.Amid cheers first performance to be given and estimate. .:

hut now of> Columbus. (](l.. Jelks left today,for;Mobilewhere heat BENEFIT STORM SUFFERERS.EAGLE'S and'farewells of wives, sweethearts will probably be that of Cohan's ,i7
Is in Pensacola., for a few go s the urgent,request,of citizensto and friends, 900 men, composing the laughing New York success, "45 :
days, having come down ,to examine into conditions resulting: first portion of the Cuban expeditionary Ejr Associated Press. Minutes: From Broadway," which ,la' PensacolaTypewriter },
see how his people fared here duringthe from the recent.hurrka.ne and taking SHIRT WAIST DALL, force to sail fnr Cuba from New .Washington, ,Oct 2_Secretary now announced for neit Tuesday i
storm* steps to render aid.. THURSDAY NIGHT. BARRIOS'- OR- York, sailed from the New York navy and which is certainly well worth, : ; ; .
CHESTRA. 20ctGREAT yard at noon tl>dar.I' Tart cabled the war department today waitng for. Exchange; : .
If It is a position you are GLASS' Brooklyn Sails. requesting' that Brigadier General
looking for a man who wants ANDGLAZING- Oct. 2.With more "
Philadelphia '
\ .
tr !lireyou la reading this E. s."WEL.LS.: 10 E.,INTENDENCIA.. DAMAGE\ board and load- Funston be designated command I It PHONE 1369 ii'J//
J ON than 400 marines on NO DANGER FROMTHE
this : II the American in Cuba the
Pipet"at moment If your ed with ammunition stores, medical troops and I 313-315 Brent BiMingTORNADO! r r
''
"want ad" was In It, you would: probably PERDIDO BAY I supplies and 1.200 tons of coal the military secretary immediately. issuedan ,. '
have a Job before night i armored cruiser Brooklyn sailed for order to that effect: GULF STQRM : -:

Frank Touart, of Pisherville yesterday Cuba today.Work. The first expedition' to Cnba"Wiil ;
:? found a, trunk containing a OPEN FORBUSINESS (Continued from First Page.) i be known ,as the first expeditionary Or Associated; Pr*... I :
lot of very fine',bed clothing;which I brigade. Tile Olivette,:,a troop transport -i Washington, Oct. 2-The weather .
,had floated tip on the beach. The some distance back from the waterfront now at K.2y West, Was chartered bureau tonight announced that' the INSURANCEf.:
lowlier can have same by applying on a hill, and although tic Weakensthe today. She will proceed to Tampa gulf depresson: was slowly.filling Uill ; :
to him. water rose ten feet above normal i, I and probably carry many officers I and does not now present any 'alarming ..
-lid not reach their home:: Their and men .of, the- light battery fron'' features. The continuous rainfall I .? if
Chattahoochee should be :
of -
D W. CL Yarbrough; You not without'jJ.
loss: is estimated at $2,500. Ft. Sheridan. in Tennessee, Alabama and Georgia -j:
is among the visitors,terrible here.:hurricane He High On Beach. Kidneys News 'C'enfuegos.is that the caused flood stages in a number .it-See how much better off J _'
heard the reports of the i He said that Capt. Call Vll1'S two marines from Havana arrived none of rivers. "
would have been had <:
and,.came on the first'train to !freight schooners, which into you !
rca too soon, as the situation:: was threatening I 1
ascertain how J,his.relatives fared;and I iPcnsacola are high anl ,Iry on 'lae I ; caused partly: by dissatisfaction RECEIVER FOR I you let us write you a policy 1Wi 1 1

was happy to find that all had escaped I beach, one at Boggy Bajon and tin DOAN'S KIDNEY PILLS HAVE DONE of the ro'uateers:: cter prospects COMPANY The cost is small-Ring .,; .
;! without injury.A. i other at the head of Cotton Rivou.Florida GREAT SERVICE FOR PEOPLE: of be'ng disbanded. with pay only for: SUGAR so .. '
c Crockett manager of the I point, at the moats of Per- WHO WORK I IN. PENSA OLA. the actual time set ved.: f us up or see us and let U3 .JI'.
The KleinTGroceryCompany i dido bay, he said, has beea washed / 1F:&!lad lphI8, Oct. 2.Judge WUsoafc -
Western Union says that his company and *two channels Most Pensacola people work every day 'n the common pleas court today 1 i write you a policy to-day. : !
I completely
away
Will ten In strained. unnatural position WILL OPERATE
transmit tree any messages some receiver! Geo. H. Earte f
appointed t7t
washed through tha island, one 20 a desk-ridin* on .1
d red by the Relief Committee, or is-open.n: for I bending constantly..oyer [
I feet wide and the other 40 feet jolting wagons or cars-doing laborious Jr.. of the wrecked Heal Estate Southern Insurance
any messages sent by sufferers rendered ,wide, and bet;.. about 10( feet H housework lifting, reaching or pulling, or CAl1S.TO-NIGHT Tens t Co., receiver of the Pennsylvania .1?
destitute by the recent storm business ,atYifs old trying the 'back in a hundred and one Sugar Reining Co.. of this city ,, ,
: dept l other ways. Ail these strain tend to (Con'tl'lued'fP'O'I'' 'First Page.) a<
When properly approved by Relief The fish houses and boats of Rufu wear, weaken and Injure the )JtMneys street, and '!it Is anticipated( The plant was built br Adolph: Segal I Agency
Caamittee. ,when such,messages are Main and until they fall behind In their work of Reug and later passed under control of
r
known '
Walker
in stand corner a"J -the FoleV Fish from the blood.Doan's that by; Thursday en Des and cars L. S. BROWN Manager. .
reply to offers of or asking for aid. filtering the poisons the :American Sugar Refining Com ,
have all been
Company completely I Kidney Pills cure sick kidneys, wrll be rim over tils line as far as I "f"
Dr. Rinaldo Allmon, who has been and In bad backs. Pensa pany Thiesen Buildinglatteries ,1
has returned to Pal fox streets: wrecked.Fears put new strength little Bayou '_ #
Citing Georgiana, for Two Families.He : Jobncures proveshipcarpenter by trade;' At Little Bayou the trestle will i k=- __ I 1
the :
city. said that 'whenhe, 'left It was I --- ; -:
almostrebalt-The !Hns I
solicits a continuanceof living on West Zarragossa street says: : hare to be P I. DOES YOUR SCJ LP ITCH? ; .
The storm somewhat disorganized believed that Shellbanks. Ala., also "Doan's Kidney Pills proved more than: stands and the track and stringers !r "

Tie Journal's, circulation force many the that on Perdido Bay, had been completely a had..condition.bonanza to me I bad when backache.I was in indigesttion pretty!i are also ,there, bat ,torn and moved j/i Are Your Hair Dropping' One by.One? !. \ :
old returning and ,their patronage washed away and it was reported: TMs however,
carriers. not and sluggish kidneys. Yfae kidney 1 out of position. 1: If your scalp itches you are doubt ,.
Places having to be filled by new that two families had been ,lost, but secretions 'were not normal and caused: could be repaired in a few days, but less suffering from dandruff. The dandraff t
has been bestowed ,in he could not learn their namPa/ *- inconvenience. There was also moreor 1 ,
_ ones. In other cases particularly me I for the fact that there is now on top is
digging scalpin
: from Caswell Jess brickdust sediment! and they were perm up your _... .
had
to ties
attempted to
: I
Long the homes lighter wit -
I immense
the bay front, of a reddish and unnatural color. I also of the piling an little fakes _called dandruff and ,
Which! papers were formerly deliver- the past : reach the place, but could, not get had epells-of dizziness and severe head several hundred thousand feet of sapping'the life 'of the hair bulb. No
ci have been washed away. If you there so. had returned. A large ache. Mr back ached after a hard day's Irmber aboard. it is believed that : of Electric Batteries f
kinds
that Is hair All
hair
do ,- regularly and colony of northern people reside at work and often it was as much as I could would have withstood preparation a mere
not get your paper : be- do,to get home in the evening on account the trestle stimulant and tonic will cure dandruff t
Fresh1 the place and it is : I have
that launches.
promptly for k' few days, please do "-goods .are feared they of my back paining me so across the kid-I the storm had the lighter not driven because it won't kill the '! for
: germ
lot -with.The have,suffered severely. accident I came across an advertisement it and later when the water receded "
get out of patience neys. By into Ask
Nekbro'sHerpicide just what want. me 3
all and about Doans Kidney Pills effort that causes the trouble.. you 'iI
Iournal but notify the office of ing received daily : stock on the piling. Some n I
and thinking, that they might help me is the latest scientific: discovery '*
COTTON GINNED the i
them. .
tnIJres:: to receive the paper'and we I continued the treatment will be made to-dav to get about _
wonderfully and it will kill- the dandruff
Ell see to It that you get' it. none but the::best are'offered TO SEPT. 25 The secretions from the kidneys were' lighter! from th* ,top of the trestle ; : 'and fc*"* *
Destroy
: entirely corrected and backache became a after whIch' repairs will commence.On germ the 'cause, you
of the past while' the indigestionfrom remove the effect kill the and; _
thing across Uttle ; germ ..e
Tow vises Blue Ribbon the trade Washington Oct. ;. I had suffered was rtleved! the side'track just t
neighbor .According to which the bur you will 'have no more ,dandruff, faIihaft' -; '
ltnou don't ? the headache and dizziness Bayou stood four cars when E. W.
bolletln well
and Vanilla. Why you a Issued today by the census M as ,inz baldnessFor Peake ''
: or' ; .
andthe I-can say both from experience and observation ricane struck one large passengercoach ,
bureau
Absolutely twice asfar there have been 2- fMP
pure. go ginned that Ian s Kidney Pills are two baseball coaches and ,a sale by W. A. irAlemberte,
"Blue Ribbon Flavor" la" pertecn. 044.426 bales of cotton ol the present reliable kidney remedy. < complete druggist and apothe arT*12t South;
three former are Electrician.
Ask for the'25c sixe crop up to September 25, last: counting For sale by an dealers. Price 50 cents. flat The ;
Foater-Milburn Co Buffalo. New York I wrecks and-only"the tracks are Palafox ,street, 01' send tOe.in stampsfor j x
1 -'I \ round bales as ban bales. For sole agents for the United States._ saving while the flat baa ds-; .:sampleto'Tte' Uerciclda Cou; D>|
.
worth
MSS Co. the same period last year- 2.2S5.71& name. Doon'. and take New''Star Laundry Building -
AND*. B.GLAZING h_ '.,-0-- "- ". '. Klein;. Grocery" .bales were ginned. v no Remember other. the ';- -- appeared. ., > **'oit.. ,Jlicb. '
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certain : ; iI.tritt :A. :Western crocodiles'--- "-,''*-nd--;iTarioa*'.other- -;reptiles m .. -. '
; The' tllcanadm G. Orockett, .oUthe *' 0 RA1N4iiiATI
: who It: *
than amr.other:living mannd, <
71 I1 xrf. Cuban :'affairs' wfll inevitably :- Union's n'ftic 'and-The
t ufU lem-, ; isknown': frpnvcne "andof.: thft'ooun.- SAID. OP'.THE' ,*
.prove'to be..In the Interests not Journal. -To .M agu. Crockett, however tr"to'th' .Other, on account, of. his GREAT HURRICANE.' ..

of the ExaJorityVof our people, but who by th
,- of the :mI not-. livest proposition 1?.the ehape ot" atelegraph returned Uds''morning from' a (ourmont& I .I. 'I..a ,
iPensicola ias -rlslts'at Kansag Cty during ,
SUNDAY. The manntbat oJ
majority
DAILY WEEKLY., of .American people Stricken Cltl -of.the Qutf. 0'Atlantasenda'arn
and Special to t
are producers.of entertained Ina long t1m ,..Is dtM the which he'gave daliyer.hlbIUonS The JOurnaL
one sort'or an- :
\ PUBLISHED "coined1 money.. ssage of sympathy DeFunlak Springs,
EVERY MORNING EXCEPT r.ON'D.AY chief credit. Oct. %.
.-. other; the minority are those who accumulate the .""I bad-agood season/.said JQe to Mobile 'and Pensacola *. and the other debates that have-AlI ot

;t ...BY... "j rather than produce On Thursday morning. .aJfter this-morning 'and made more money other smaller'. towns'onlthe gulf that held on the drainage question S*
wealth.. And when we say that the storm had done Its'worst' but while than: I have ever made before in that have suffered such immense Joss of that subject has been one ;
for
:& THE JOURNAL COMPANY. Republican party Is one.,whose 'energies it was .stiii("wg&V fiercely.' :when much HmaT I went away under contract life and property through the hurri eratlon by the people of the COlsld

: are 'always' for thbenefttof wires were dowVat all the jBatt.ports ,.and gate exhibitions in Elec- 'cane., .The destruction- the lines of Till pale Into insignificance ti
.A- expended trto''park.:. "It.Is a beer drinking resort travel and ;of communication.: before i
and for miles .op' the. country Mi.Qocbett' ;[ prevent to be held at
: FRANK L President an4 General$ Manager : the latter las lone De
:: MAYES 'atthe' expense train! and on the day opened up there' the knowledge _the full e'ttent of on Thursday t
-.tj\ -- ----- --, ., of the former ,we nave'simply Chartered a special Hrese" 11,400 parsons drinking' beer I, yet November 1st t
I the damage; the sweeping of the at the Gulf Coast Fair
when
med it the and with, The, Journal's brief story and themselves"and I made 1 GQTer. ;
to enjoying
F MEMBER THE ,ASSOCIATED PRESS. tag whfch.it will sea on the beets of the storm suggests nor Broward and Hon. Frank
: -' -. --- be classified when .the. organization of the storm got to Fl Flomaton Just $1,140 out.'of them. That's the i i something of the* Galveston disaster., will be the speakers. The ."!
; SUBUCAIPTION' shall 'have become merely a'memory forty-ve -miles north, and there.filed way I' know' how many'were' there I! Our southern* coast cities have been sledge-hammer directness govern'
RATES win
and a warning the ,first 'direct news report ''that the because. everybody there come to I hard hit In recent Tears., Charleston pitted against the be 1
t.if- One Tear .. u.......$5 00 One Month .. .. .. .? 45 future ages.Story world concerning, terrific hurricane take In my how.. I'charged 10 cents jl:Galveston, Mobile,.Pensacola. But as' ver tongued oratory of the &
pii: Six Months .. .. .., One Week. .. got the admission and .them. rassle congressman from
... 2 50. ,.. .10 gave ; a :the two former- rose superior to the Second
.r Three .Months.; .. >. ..125 Weekly, Edition per, yeat'..$ CO of the Great Wednesday night and Thursday in the :water with a ,crocodile and : the storm will the District and their .
earthquake and: : so, will be one that will
1orn received' that tickled 'em. long be renm
That report was other stunts sure
Storm News Beat. latter. There is nothing that bered.
two can
: -th 'In' :Atlanta: about 9:30 p. m Tea, I did well bat am: glad, to get I
_
: : American luck and there la
down, an The officials
of
the
Fair
The, Only Defatted The Associated Press beat the back to laanaTand the 'Glades.feel .- 1 are Ian
Thursday and was published In the r brand 'in the south. We
extra good. at work shaping things
'::1 Circulation, Statement. Can Be .Secured.. world with Its story of"the gulf coast Friday momI 'Papers. I "Joe better stated here.that he has now" sever- I trust;that If there Is need of help promises to be the biggest up thing for v jj
rf
: -- storm .the first direct'report going 'from outside cities for. either MobIle the kind f
The Western Union's Pensacolaman al thousand crocodiles and alligators jever held in this part of tlt
;}; out from Pensacola and while the is a live wire and he proved It and that the whole lot of them will or Pensacola. facts may be'known state. Secretary, Storrs was in Jack. ".

F...r....' Rooms 38 I I Papers.on.Sale on Trains wires at all gulf ports were down. on this occasion.. And the .Associat i arrive here In a day or two from ot once .when; of course,.Atlanta will sonville this week to meet Presided i

$ ; l Butlnesi Offic* tSOO and ,at all N.". Stands. For that report the worldjs Indebted ed Press and the world profited, by !Kansas City. They will be taken to respond to the appeal to the. best of Brown of the Tampa Fair and ar- 1t

to 'The Associated Press Manager his energy. I Joe's farm, up the river,.and the number her abllity.-Atlanta. JournaLS rangements were made to move t
?! I increased as rapidly as possible.j S S *; large part of the exhibits from the n,

itOffienJournal Building rner lntendncl and DeLuna Sts. i Joe said he would move most of his ,-'Sympathy From'Tampa.J Funiak' Fair Jo that at Tampa.

PENSACOLA'S ,PROSPERITY ASSURED exhibit at Palm Beach here, and J. Pensacola has suffered material loss Mayor Henry sent samples of tha
; -, make one great place of attractionthe .by the _norm that swept the Gulf: water from the springs from whjcv r

} c 'A 'yexsACOLA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY::';: 'JNG. OCTOBER z, isoe. DESPITE THE CROAKER AND THE KNOCKER. coming winter though he "will coast The sister cities of the thrivIng -It Is proposed to secure the supply for t

___ keep a emall ized menagerie at that! West Florida metropolis extend j the contemplated system of ltater
_ : _The ,first rift in the cloud had not appeared and the place. {sympathy to her.. The Inss of.life and works, to State Chemist Rose to z f

Senator Depew Is 'said to have recovered most disgusting to see with flesh] sun .had, hot broken before the the knocker to "Joe looks wen, and says ie. feels property .ls reported heavy, but It Is analysis and his report shows it ti a
his health-but not his 'record. more or less attractive. His plan began .get well, and were it not' a fact that he I to be hoped that the reports rrhich be absolutely free from organic fan.-
should -be followed in everyday life in his .work.1_ He could not rest even while it 'stotmed, has always been next akin to a.beer 11 In nearly -all.:' cases are exaggerated purities and containing only 6.3 part. I

Uglyjthings should "not, be, uacorered, nor 'wait until the heavens smiled reassurance the barrel In size, one would declare: that 1 are :to some extent untrue, and the In 100,000 of calcium suplate and ay f
How easily Tfceodorus I'saw the to the public gaze. upon he brought back with him p real damage will.be found to be less dium chloride. There la probably
_ scene. For. the knocker Bot
; Cuban government overthrown from !The News is 80'pa.lnful1y provln always works. facie evidence that he had been living than, Is at this time .feared.-Tampa a city or town In the country that {

his throne! cIa1. that it shOud. jn.the future, confine -i In, this case, he was sure that the town ,had gone to a for brewery some time or gin in'close mill.promhlty." He tips .llerald.. In has purity.a water supply" that equals ttii
a SS
itself strictly to the dicussion of to the devil. He hold of the few of I
got scale within a points
(Pensacola wfll now proceed to per. a newspaper printed hundredsof very ; Sorrow Throughout the State. I 'r
Intensive fanning and the pure food 300. < .
form the difficult teat of getting on bill. miles'mvay,\which contained a sensational report of the The news, from Pensaco has ,

,her feet ogain. storm (written obviously In the office because A. K. Taylor the famous cartoon-. caused' sorrow throughout the state. [IMPROVED BOATING 'Itle'
newspaper ,
Her affliction will excite commissera-
!st. who has been with the Metropo-: .
Hetty Green must be &n "het tiP" rthnwitsons Magazine this month there were no wires put of Pensacola at the:;time) and he lia-Jtha! Times-Union and the Sun floss in:&U parts of ther country. After I

over her little boy's nomination for contains an, excellent article ,on- our not only damned the.newspapers: i in will soon leave Florida, to vtatej; an season of 'great prosperity, followIng SERVICE 10
but he
mall service. We refer to the general t, Ranted the visitation of- Id
: governor of Ten postal Important position on an Atlanta:,.pa !! yellow fever,
_ matter at this time simply to draw to call a mass meeting and "adopt some resolutions l ,""?even, which prostrated her energies for a 121'b'

The United States ..government while the flood per.The while Fiorida rejoiced at the
energy
it attention to the utterly inadequate gates of heaven were emptying! their torrents Ocala Star certainly scores with which Pensacola's citizens Capt. Bennie Edmundsoa tales fe'Ia
control Cuba all right .but, proceeded
may pleasure In
remuneration accorded the 'railway to ii
announcing the
control.Roosevelt on the unroofed possessions of the storm unfortu- one on the Jacksonville "Met" in the to repair her injuries and restore pe:
and
can never generally his patrons in
In *
mail clerks by the government following "pert paragraph, headed :her partica.
nates. He hold of trade while they made lar
got another the arrival of
a new six zr
newspaper hoJ'Ho
containing
a
Shouts Too Soon. "The Jacksonville
mail -
There's plenty of work for eveity! addition to this the cars are strenuous and successful efforts to! power Globe marine engine. .

'body In Pensacola Jusk nqw only I nrii8aby) given the most dangerous bona fide report, written while ,the storm still raged, and. Metropolis been brags In that there has provide against .the possibility of now Installing It in his boat He the Ij Ic
never riot Jacksonvilleor ,
race
you 'can't work the growler yet position In the train next to because, in the calmer hours which followedjt was found! Duval county.a Seems to us that a return> of the dread disease. Her "Globe" which he hopes to SOOn haTe II;
the which-considering the that trade grew to be greater than ever .!fei ( lIlIIJ.
this
engine contained few the Met forgets the trouble In thatcity'
: A certain M. Shepoff declares that report a statementswhose accuracy !it was 'a summer unusual activity His launch "Edna" which, daring JO
fact that the government pays an exorbitant In 1892, caused by a negro kill-
Russia Is fast sinking Into Carbarism. price for the service rendered could not be mathematically susfained, he knew lax a young white man with .a-. dray 1'i in building and all lines of business. the past few weeks. has been under. tltv
far off after 'al Even a. fire which destroyed some of going extensive repalres, Is now In
Shepoff Is not so that his own reputation for truth and wells standard. 'and which grew so -serious
the railroads fault that veracity as her most first-class
by a that Governor Fleming: had to call Important buildings did not condition and again in ser 'aa
Senator Bailey is fighting back cannot too soon be remedied. The that of-the whole. community, had been irretrievably lost, out the militia." > dishearten'the efty'and her citizens vice.His ,

but we notice no inclination on his railway mall clerks should not only and the world at large would shun put up better buildings. Now In the boats "Cupid" and "Robt L I-r
part to.give that tainted money back. consequently and des- If the Sun is to be believed ; beginning of'what promised to be the E." which have been In continuous at
get more money; they should be. liber.ally' pise the Deep Water City as it would the gateway to hell Charles Dougherty Is' the only man busiest fall season she ever knew a service for the past several months

,Every cloud, it is said has a silver pensioned In case of disability itself. ;who can meet Gov. Broward success'ftrlly' great stom'has visited her and widespread are at all times ready for engagements (
incurred while on-duty a In a drainage debate, because damage resulted with loss of at reasonable rates, and in this atI'W
lining. Trouble is though many
eo .But, fortunately, the knocker is few and, far between 'he talks the same language Broward life. But Pensacola spirit will set the matter he wishes to have it clearly
of us fail to line up with the Unlng.Stensland Measure That Was Justified and his influence either for does-the language of the people.'.*-Deep Water City again on her feet- understood that at no time have unreasonable :
i is one who -doesn't good or ,bad has aTJput as much To which Tom Appleyard: of the Jacksonville TimesUnion.Full charges been made b-
man
By Circumstances. -. effect as water on the proverbial duck's back. Pensacolacan Lake City Inder, curtly adds: "But '- ,. the use of these boats. '
think with Bulwer Lytton that the of Pluck. During the past few days with .
a
the Sun another
has coming.
guess ,
'pe;' Is mightier than the sword. The action of the mayor In rescindIng and will survive despite, his pessiminahdwithouthis All Florida sympathizes with Pen continuous demand upon the only rfre

his order of Monday, permittingthe. aid. 4 '(, ; ", HHHHH-W sacola in the severe loss it sustainedby two boats, "Cupid" and "Robt I* I?
Taft has been calling for troops.The re-openlns of the saloons at 5 p. the hurricane. PensacoU in service and an increase in efficient

people of the United States, will m on that day; has, we understand, The damagefrom: the stormhas: been extensive. Some .'PENSACOiLA PHILOSOPHY. however are full of pluck, and people they, help to properly ,and carefully handle roth

at this rate soon be calling .him been criticized in some quarters.. of the earlier reports were no doubt somewhat exaggerated will soon recovered from the visita I them charges were made for tie
home. # By Sam B. RUM. tion. i use of these boats only after a careful ca
This criticism seems to .us a mistaken ,_as such reports always are. But for eve ry' eXaggeration -Jacksonville. S Metropolis.S S consideration of the Interest: onl

: !If the people of; this city, can't one. The mayor was, we, understand there remained plenty of ,cases of which-'no adequate .$ I. The Disaster,Confirmed.. all concerned. l l

keep their heads above water now urged by some of the best Later reports from Pensacola unfortunately orgno
was'made and all in all the .
days it Is certainly not for want 'of men in town to take this step and report general{ ached Uste:'to all men.talk. to'tew; con confirm first reports of Tbe-Circle--Coast- 11!

water. The Journal for one, feels that he by scaling down on the one hand and scaling up on the fide In.. none. great damage from the hurricane. The oddest shaped county r.among the

did no more than was under. the cir, other will be' found to be nearly'.correct. ln this While the loss 'of life has evidently thousands which to make the JCu
What, with Hughes and Hearst. pretty ; ; The weak fear solitude; the strong been comparatively trivial- the destruction go up

the people of New York seem to be cumstances. Justifiable. day of strenuous high-pressure .activity the first .reports wax stronger on.It has been Immense and runs separate divisions of the various states
Ct is often said In discussing questions up Into the millions though not la Warren county, Tenn. It lies almost
probably
their "
In humor to drop Just
no of this sort, that It is unjustto of-great calamities are taken by a discriminating public for "When a- awoman weeps, distrusther as high as the.'five million estimate exactly in the geographical center of into

at present I close the. saloons while the clubs what they are worth, are weighed and' b'a) Jjcqd: ind discounted self.:' when' she- smiles, distrust j our-I The' disaster was precisely the state and is about as near a perfect

; King Cotton is no longer 'on the I are permitted to supply their members accordingly, and the reports as/to .ejis cola l have similar to that which destroyed Galveston circle as any division of land could 'rrIth

,; throne. From all accounts, it is with .Uquor In this case, hOWever It's a wise candidate that knows some years ago. The light atmospherIc possibly be. The circle would be perfect

t mostly -on the ground, and likely to I nothing of this sort can be hardly proved exceptions to the rule."t" his own barrel the day. after elec. pressure and the force of but for the fact that there b a

remain there. said as every club In town has suspended 'Now, Pensacola is facing the future yith a' sturdy tiornWhen. the shore wind of the drove gulf the, and water It was against the combined the shirt stretch of the northern boundary 03PI

ecentric recently the sale of intoxicants at the heart and with no time for the'kicker, the knocker, or'the your children go wrong remember wind and waves which accomplished line which follows a small stream fora
The genius who short distance. It Is bounded
: by Cannon rN1ft
request of _the 'authorities. how often their parents failed the damage to property ad
;- cent the President a block of Ice lAt U time of. general excitementand perennial malcontent. to go right. carried vessels on shore and wrecked Detail Coffee Grundy Van B-

evidently forgot how close Mr. Fairbanks such would Times are going to be better her withii SO days.than them. It will be hoped that the dam- ren and White counties.
tills it
unrest, as It' takes a wise man to learn how Lt'I
Is the throne. will be
to ages repairedand replaced
.
certainly ha.ve.been, unwise to have they have ever been. to loaf a wiser one not to be as
soon as ssible.-Tampa Times.
: The confirmed local loafer would permitted the saloons to remain There is now and will continue to be more work ashamed of loafing. 5k.5 1V1MK t* Eat Cottom.
.
When accident swallows ta
flo ,well to rememiber at this June- open. This'Is no time for the gathering here than there has ever been in the history of the city The heart of-a woman and thesecret. The ,Worst Ever. object not one intended by for eating it Is a
The struck
tore that half a loaf Is a neap bet- of crowds upon the street cornersor of death are the two eternal storm which Fensac"Ja r
,ter than no bread at' all in places of.public resort.It To repair the, damage done, money and-Jots of it, will mysteries of x1 sthee. I on Friday was the worst the city ;'iis wise precaution to send after wt.l It 1 ri
experienced in Its history. The damage Quantity or absorbent cotton
As a change from making trouble Is a time for cool beads and have to be spent. The' great bulk of this money will be Some women-are--so shallow that is estimated At five million dollars baa been picked into fine threads and i

i ;for .his artless depositors, Stensland sober reflection; and If the people of paid as wages to the workingmen and this money will immediately nothing deeper than vanity can 'possibly and several lives are reported to mixed Id bread and milk The butts, ri

j the Chicago banker U now making Pensacola need any stimulant they } be put into circulation among thejbusiness men float in their souls. have been-lost-Gainesville Sun. safety pin or whatever-It may be gathers -

4 brooms In the penitentiary.O. can find all that is required in the the'cotton about it; thus.coverts
: sell. Many a warrior has been considered
who have '
necessity knuckling down in deadearnest goods to brave simply because he was In up & rough edge or sharp point and i

O. Cleveland may be a man of to the. onerous task before I People who never knew there was such 'a place as afraid to run away and be laughedat. In better choosing taste,Btalrcarpet to:select it Is always; allowing to pass through the stomach rI
perfectly
mark all right but he really ought and Intestines without causing la-
1 Ito make a characteristically ponder. [ them the task.-of. renovation, repair Pensacola on the map have now heard of pur existence, plain carpet than figured one,.but If Jury .

: out reaiark on the situation now and and rescue. what we are, what we have, arid what we expect to be, and 1 1int ---- the latter be' preferred then ,choose a
Let the saloons then, remain Mvrt Screen Fner Bowls. small close set'deslgn, with subdued,
then. _ closed & few days longer and all concerned 'rest in the Deep Water City will stimulated in every Because- she had not screened a colors well.mingled. DEMOCRATIC NOMINEES.For .

Some of those Atlanta people evidently win, la the long run, find part of the union. This winter will see more tourists here finger bowl with the regulation eight- Member of Congress 3rd Cox ti I

want to get rid of the ,ne- themselves that much better off. than we have ever seen, and tourists, of the right kind, mean een mesh wire, Mrs. R. L. Arnold, a Pictures always'look best on a warm sionai District;
well known New Orleans water color .
WM. B. LAMAR of Jefferson.For
(Better rid ofi. of toned, plain surfaced
1KrpfeSL: : get some background So
outside and continuous
Effect of Cuban AnnexationOn more investments by capital "a artist, will have to answer in the when you are
their white hoodlums while they are papering'a room cboose
Justices of the Court'OHAS.
recorder's" court for alleged violation Supreme
about It Florida., growing prosperity' in geometrical progression. rather a paper with no figure-than .one B. PARKHILLy of Escaci:

Under all of these. circumstances, the first croaker or of the now celebrated'Cistern' screenIng with, sprays: JAMBS B.:WHITFIELS of Leoa.
Lillian Russell's pet dog was recently True to his pernicious policy of law says a New Orleans dispatch '

___i- refused admission at a Chicago world exPansion and general grand- knoCker who shows his head above the water line ought to the'New; York Herald. Inspector If scars remaJIilng{from pimples be For Railroad Commissioner:

hotel The airy, fairy Lillian will stand 'playing ,President Roosevelthasiiow'got to be hit with a brick-or put to work moving drift wood. I G. Young acting' for the board of I bathed In a.saturated:solution of boric NEWTON A BUTCH of Levi
health 'of New Orleans, made the affidavit acid and then-anointed 1tornentthey B. HTTO30H BURR of Dade.
with zinc
It
: prptably find rahedlcn1t to. try Cuba where he wants It;

bet 'nextnew; play on the dog in that and the" 'country need expect nothing njraracttxnx I herself' and appeared an hour in later court Mrs.with Arnold' the will.readily_disappear.Xarluman For State. Senator, fad District;

of the world. tettetfhaji to.be JOHN S. BHiRD.
part a protectorate, finger bowL She uses the receptacle

"iJ.H -Adams *,ew York's policy followed by annexation, with some to" wash her paint brushes and it is Button. \ir.n br TVomaa For, Member House of Representative

fcing having committed any number such administration i as Taft as Gov Short StateSthries' nearly' always full of water. The Inspector Officials'of the recent'national kboo'fc. CHAS. M. COSTON.M .
visited ins tournament at Sea Girt, N, J.- are
ernor. ;stated that he the ar O. BAGGCTT.
4 of crimes, has now committed sui
The piospect ill. anything but an list's; houseand upon examination he In quandary as to whether to. certify
: ede. Thewages of sin are. a woman to the war For Tax Assessor:
found that the bowl unscreened department as an
prover-I agreeable one for the South since was
bially death, but they are expert marksman, says the New Tore W. W. RICHARDS.
..
Cuba\has a population that and contained several or :
ways paid when due as In case. negro Herald. The woman Is Mrs. Elizabeth
certainly baby mosquitoes. Judge Mancouget For'Tax Collector:
will to
_.The Rev, Tommy DIxon Is said to prove more difficult T9 view the state with Impartial be a matter of eTerlastlng.regret Indulged: a hearty laugh over the TopperwelnvofBan.Antonio, Tex,,the 3.8.. ROBERTS.For .
handle than j
our own has ever been eyes. I f t were the historic old fort to-too swept ,but nevertheless only competitor -her- gen on the
1 a1I1daTlt. Mrs. 'I
feel very ,keenly the probition that or ever. will' be. And see how the land of Florida lies. away by what some people are pleaded answer' the n Arnold range. She earned marksman button County Treasurer:
Jias been placed on The Clansman" ,.66 I j i ,to call the hand of Progress" must charge. and ''
far as our own state Is concerned -: 1at. 1 got.tt, but the question of certifi J. ED. WILLIAMS.
the
FackierV ,Hustler, new paper -with' *
in several Southern cities. Thegeneral : a big Pjr
,he ,outlook Is even more cation-must settled .
"Wlldwood is out and ;the first i b7, the national
impression la that the Irrev- II j f The IIp .'D" a.e of School Boarl:
ominous. The lands ot.Cuba are copy has reached The. Journal office j j The East Coaster, as some cynks \afd.tor.the'' promotion'of rifle practice. For Members
eread gentleman puts in most of his j Bride (after the return from the W. E. ANDERSON.H. .
q thevmost fertile in the world; her The 'veteran S. A. Fackler' Is editor" se fit 'to ceaU it, ..Fl g1ersvil1e- Mrs. Topperweta was excluded
., valuable" time In feeling for the long bridal tour)-I see by this medical work G. DeSILVA.
climate is one In which killing frosts and Fackler & Son. are proprietors.The.editor has a,,celebrity rather an unique by their conditions :from the big
green. are unknown;' and in these days of dispenses with "a: longwind'ed ,,and: out-of-the-way' type. This party that a.'man requires eight hours'sleep patches,,but she' entered .the.national W. M AGERTON.
salutatory" and says he Is' and a woman ten. Brtd.groom-Yes
The venerable and Philistine Savannah. ocean racers we have little, if any, rejoIces in the'roubriquet of "Alliga marksmen uilteh;'a continuous': Member Board County Con:I'
the paper For
here to make a success tor rye read that somewhere
Joe, but the' Miami Metropolis myself. titles which entitles those .
_
News recently burst, forth :In advantage In the way of .transportation and' labor for the best Interests ofWiHwooa may safely be'trusted to tell the 're .Bride-now nice! You..-can get up 50 points but of a total ot 75 making siacers: I
to the northern and' Suiater county. "A'clodel to be en. J. B. ROBERTS.
markets. .
a long editorial ,on "Questionable mainder tie storyia4ts own way. ,everr'inornlBg?.nd have'tb&nre mad roHed-In'tLe '
-k;; Flaygxln New York" which was evidently lAs.. one of our, contemporaries salut/oxy" ,which, completely :. Fraree, better' known as' and the.breakfast ready before it la U rartdepartment: u.a'D JNO. A. MfiRRITT.
hirers the case: says an appreciative tional .iiurkStTshashot: ,} '--with JAS. M, ANDREWS.H.
cub rats )It ".we should like tn- Alligator Joetie man who can time toe [ to' anautom&t1c
written by one of Its reporters. to be exchange to which The Journal probably do me get up.-London Tit-- rifle and'-mad a:tow'of.50. C. CLOPTONJAS.
After discussing such formed as'to what effect ultimate and more with live alligators Bits- ,*
.
can only add "Ditto, 'the' same. Q1. was congratulated ozrall sides. R. STEWARD.PlanfalionChilfCOfBisGuiraii
notable dramas rVjarfield'g "Music Inevitable annexation Is going to -
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'of -- =
The ,people AugustIne are -
-
Master. Crane's "The Price of have on Leon and Gadsden 'county
thoroughly aroused over taa rumor
.Money," 'and"The Kreutzer Sonata," tobacco lands that the government ig about to sell '

---i in which Blanche :Bates is appearing This query' is, unfortunately one Its reservation there. including

4 the News c.Micludeslte.HtUe uftftertation that applies with, equal' force to our famous old Fort )Manlon which Isthe I I

f, In the following truly Peck. truck and > orange, lids; and the most. picturesque :feat&re of that I j
cltr. The people.will petition against
interests bound 'up In
,nifflan vein: great these I the sale as it.would mean,the,destruc-
When the great Creator made man-' Florida 'industries. I tion of -the fort. Soat least i

z k1 il He covered an that would ,bee ,Of: one.thing we may at, least, be ayg an exchange. It would certainly To Cure.or MflRbftiflded
bYt ur.Merchant.. So. Wty.NotTry IT? "rtoo COc.'Rot U. I"

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: STOP'W
.. 1. 1 : Is the 5 joy of the notisenold, for\ 'tlio. .
"
.. f t
!
r it
BABY'S na Happiness can_ complete. How
,
: 1',1'f AND CONS > sweet the picture of mother and.babe! ; tl'

TPEOPLE AMDEVENTSBY' : TaE ALL- .. Angela smile at and commend the '

I I IMPORTANT FACT thoughts and aspirations of the mother "

) .. '" bending over the cradle. The ordeal through t' }

tl = f, r MISS;.JANE MORGAN( .., Vo I'ICE. which the expectant mother mast pass however jar
'e g AURELIE MAREAN is fall of '
'BERNARD.. so danger andsnfferingthatshe -; ta
i I1 : .A'Z terartier QaaUded te c... '
I forward
looks to the hour when she shall feel
:e Telephoned 38 After 3 P. M. s.aad.lay veeeer LIoel.Miss 3
rk That In address- witfr
the exquisite thrill motherhood indescribable dreadand, fear. I ;
Jane -
Morgan of
, tr lug ham Mrs.are Pink-coa... : 'as I.. master Philadelphiaholds'a4nommission marfrom Every woman should know that the danger, pain and horror of child" x# '

.. t" i' 1 fidlngyour you private tner?[ the United States board of birth can be entirely avoided by the use of Mother's Friend, a scientific r i'#

ills to'a woman. engineers'and,has, full legal authority liniment for external use only which toughens and renders pliable allthe ;. :i

;e fc.tromaxi whose experience to command any vessel afloat that happens -, parts, and assists nature in; c

's TAUGHT A LESSON The'Journal's: Daily Fashion Feature 'with women's diseases > to be Ia need of a pilot or captain. its sublime work.:; By ''aid I
'JQ STREET' ETlQUfiTTE.While a
,IN covers ; great ,
Miss Mu: ,:ia. or "Captala. Jane," is a thousands of women have I" OTHER'SFRIEND fhs_
:1- a big crowd at Sixth many;years. .
: avenue :
daughter of Randal. Morgan of Philadelphia this crisis '
1, Twenty-third street applauded, \ [ -hire Tihkham is the nassed great in"perfect '
'I: ''j land".3s Helen Miller, a pretty milliner daughter-in-law ,owner .of the steam yacht safety and without pain.. #
::1' Lydia E. Piakhun, Wartarus'whlch Is rated one of the I
a lesson la street etlqutte Y f
ucght; tot w f Sold at|x.oo .bottle by druggists. Our book ;
per .
and for finest vessels
persop who "tried to flirt with her many yearsnnderherdirection of tts class afloat
'd last nigatMisg uS'-- About a year ago Miss Morgan was of priceless value to all women sent free. Address I a.iIRADt7ELD

.t : Miller was walking slowly up .. and since her. de-< granted a' second ''class poofs certificate KCOULATOK oo., AI,..,., /a t--

'r Slxfli: avenue when..ehe saw the manflowing'her. ceasesahehasbeen: I for..toe. .Delaware river and bay.
vision sick wo- ; 1
'e { He lilted.his hats aaitsted of '/ As this did not allow her to sail theWartnras -
free
men charge- If I
-i-1: I "
her permissIon'to see her ,Many women which is a ship of 610 tons
-t' loine. Miss :Miller shot out her fist m. suffer in silence aDd drift along front> burden, she decided to secure a master ; }
r- landed J
ml oa tie
: man's Jaw. It bad to worse, knowing full well that
a vent him.. reeling'aad his top 'hit October
have
\'e !ell Into the street. they ought to immediate assist Weddings InW
but natural
ance, a modesty impels
KJoJekly. :Miss Miner
( : landed two
, them to shrink from exposing them-
'e; core stunning blows,.-upon the man's
and
selves to the questions
'A large-crowd probable Do not delay longer In Placing orders
11\\ !\9. encouraged her. of even their for engraved %n1tattou. 1
examinations
''l" "Ptrt one over his eye," cried one nismmecessary. Without family .i Our faIt samples represent the very latest sfiapes and forms
I' man, and Miss Miller promptly did physician. consult .that have been accepted refined and fashionable society We ; .'
01' eo. IA. cheer broke from the crowd man money whose or price knowledge you can from actual a wo-experience da.not. follow-we,LEAD In originating artistic effects with '' ,
(0 as the man fell Into the gutter. is fine material. Our prices are the lowest. Send for samples
1- Patrolman Hams took ''tatb to the great.Mrs. which will be supplied free of charge. J. P, STEVENS EN- '- :.
s police! statl.on. where the. irl told ner h Pinkham's Standing Invitation GRAVINO CO.,Weddlag Stationery Engravers.. 47 Whitehall
)0 story. ''Women suffering from any form of St. Atlanta, Ga. I
,t "You did Just right," said the ser 1 \ k f female weakness are invited to promptly .-t
t geant. e* communicate with Mrs. Pinkham, at
::3 The aDove; dipping Is from the Lynn, Mass All letters are received
pen of "Cholly Knickerbocker" the opened..,read and answered by women A' J t:
.well-known New York writer. But only. A woman can freely talk of herprivate .

just fancy for a moment a* girl ....- illness to a woman; thus-has J. F .' DAVIS JEWELERNow ).
'\ whom one loves to associate with been esta li&hedHhe eternal confidence Tit
J Itiiags' that are dainty' madenly and c .a.r ,between Mrs.Pinkaam aDd the women In

sweet, striking &-1IWl. in the streets "., of America which has never been New Brent Building 23 S. Palafox St a a, '
of a busy city and knocking him r broken. Out.cJf the vast volume of \
< own. No doubt he deserved it, as i ie' experience which she has to draw from,
2e belonged to that most conteapt'- 'It b..more thn.:possible that shebaigained .
.lle type of man known as the mash l JI the very knowledge} that will ...........IIII.II.. ......II..t ....'ass '(

s er," but how conch more maidenly belp'jdur csse. She,asks nothing In dTriioqji ; WATCHES
c it would have been had she hurried iretarn except.ycTOCAKood-will her DIAMONDS
along, and whispered to some-police adorcr.liaaraflrevedrtheusands.! Surel 11 *
1- CLOCKS PRECIOUS STONES, BRONZSE ;. i .., i
.. man, there must have been one .. .-womanVTic nBor: Tetr lf6b II
-3 comewbere, that. she was being fol3owd 'ii'si'e-doessor takved a ii t this STERLING SILVERWARE_ ,t : r
by this impertinent. beast of a generous offerxcrf a&sistaace.If 'r :r P
9 man. ... yotMtfe UMloat hesitate to get a ART_ POTTERY, OPTICAL GOODS, .

e (There .always questions ta eeryon&'rf ... bottto & .1hkh8.u VeptabIe JIICJIG&1L: CUT GLASSWARE. '
mind: +fhea" a girl Is annoyed on Conjpoundit once andnwrite Bfrs.Pink
g atfvice. toarmer's: license. In order to get this
ham. Lynd. Mara., forspecisJ
, the streets-and these qustiona are
r nslas she behaving herself properly ... When medicine has been successful she took a special courseta astronomy, i. x
II. end did she move along the thorough-I f f la restoring to health so many women, studied ship coastroetion, the mechanism Fine
r- .fare as If she had some .. yothcannot, weLLaay,without trying it | of all -nant teal lastrumea'tB ADd Engraving Stationery. ..
u. 'view besides being oa the streets I do" ot believeit will help me." made herself thoroughly familiar with

,lS 'and attracting attention. all the peculiarities: of the Atlantic-sea- *

3 Do many men persist in staring board She mastered the signal system Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention.. '
Mr
were In it. One room in which :
;: If insolent stare Is unnoticed -
girt the
at a la use on the Ugh seas and-proved I
,
; and she pursues the eveartenorofher a and Mrs. Creary had taken refuge, -- k
i3 .' her ability tn' perform all the ores f1
way? There ate few men was blown away and the only thing
y to look whlchisaved they from being drownedwas of a master marbter in fair as well as
who Impervious. an angry \ ,
t''r from a womaa'a eyes It she re-illy that the room lodged in the la foul weather Only five .women' ta Em Om Zadek Jewelry ,
means it And still there are several: '-' branches of a tree. the world have been commissioned as MOBILE fl.1SCHOOL
ALA.
a ways to *
'fy EO; bewitchingly sweet in their white :- --',,.. '..--- The best that: money can buy- mands the Wartarus on Its long .*..*.*.*aHMBWH__.._......H<< .
:" dresses and blue ribbons when they 13lue Ribbon Lemon and Vanilla Ex # t
;' cruises to the Mediterranean and other 1 Pies
it 'fo upon the street of an afternoon; tracts. Absolutely'pure goes twice foreign wachicago Tribune.
Ie that there scarcely a man born, as far and the Blue Ribbon Flavor" 61- ,
1e fwitSi the Boulof a man In him. that Girlish street frock of thin :wool lower part by a threeactiaadahalfband Is perfection. Ask for the 25c size. BOOKS. .s ih
-Ma from resting If of the silk. The corsage was 'l'ie Ideal KJ'. ea.
silk
ieap ,
can eyes canvas or etamlneytrimmed was
a-tfecoad' the vision. cut out around the neck over a yokeof GLASS '. The ideal kitchen, no matter how and School,Supplies, Bans, Strap, Scholars: Companion, Sponge, States. Pencil' '. '
or loalyfsr on of the same shade. The model was Tablets Eraser. Ruler. Drawing Pencil. Book Knap-Secks for Bay*; 'nk Pent.Penholder r ',
lAf-tew was passed and ru recently Atlanta that any of dark blue voile over a'sUp of _silk top 'by a shaped band of -the silt E._ B. WELLS 10'.E. INTENDENCIA. requirements.- sanitary conditions School Supplier 1 p ..

oxen no matter what his station In to match. The upper,part of the skirt stitched-.and ornamented by embioid- must, be perfect ,In regard to both Ooe's :Book. tore : f =
p Ufa, should ,bc..impr'isare&ifhe was made with fitted bands of, silk ered silk buttons. It was trimmed_In cleanliness: and ventilation, and the : lC4
hI noyed ladies with persistent stitched on in panel effect, these bolero style by double folds of the COUNTS ,NOVEL'MANSION.. greatectpos&lble convenience and-econ- ,New Brent Building. Phone 235. 1

he and staring. an-I bands being double, so that they silk, trimmed with buttons 'and cord omy of'time, !labor and patience must 1c c
es The editor urf..the Atlanta NJSt hung loose on the outside edge. The loops.in front, 'and also in the centre Col Betreat Built fcy Treaeinaa' be attained far the cook. < !
In an edi oria}. said that the*Jaw-was material in 'between was tucked. to off the back. The sleeves were short paver the Rives BellM.Soclet1 -
rt&er an unfair one, and that so yoke depth. The skirt '''as in round aDd were trimmed with the silk and In ;aris has just awakened Cleanliness is the first consideration
of length and trimmed around the of lace. the ,that'one of leaders has WaLt, floor furniture and utensils
HOT? ay! women made themselves so was buttons and finished by -- tai fact Its
-ct Irresfetably attractivein their gauzywidte _. completed a magnificent and costly must be nonabsorbent scrnbabto: with tLL
14 garments dresses opened at, mansion under<< tb1:river Seine where soap and water, free from threatening; : NIGHTSCHOOLDO
'r ,the throat and 38ow sleeves, he for red Sunday evening; and :was quite town torescue the people at the one can enjoy tt. DOlt deHdoua: coolness cracks and crevices and, all open to
a one Intended to look:, tbouga. taeprlsoa a romaatlo affair bayou. The trip to town was one the daylljjbt, without dark InaccesBi-
ry doora'-fyarwjisd receive.'aim. The young" ) had: gone, presumably which,-w1U..not*00';soon-forgotten by durt&$ torrid days, says a caste I ble corners.: Th&strength andrpattence
01' 'for-&walk, but>with the Intention thrse;:who made It. Since that time to the Chicago.Record-Herald.; Count of the the scrubbks&mustalso
,:WENT} OR 'A WALK AND vowed to -each'other only, they; .>l1aTe been the guests: of'Mr.-sad Victor de'Xarnftn Is the proprietor of I person-doing YOU WISH TO KNOW MORE ABOUT BOOKKEEPING PENMANSHIP
o-oIRETURNED' MA.NiANDvW7FE.Tfc .. :of returning home"as'man and wife Mrs: Joseph Qulaa corner of Four- 'the novel mansionwhich, he,had built : be consWered and the surfaces SHORTHAND, TYPEWRITING, BUSINESS PAPERS, COMMER.: a
:.C 1ling at the' parsonage, they were teenth"'Aveaue and Strong street secretly between Melua and Seas la : made as easy to dean and polish as, CIAL LAW, CORRESPONDENCE ARITHMETIC, SPELLING-IN SHORT, i
'marriageof Mjr. Bert Rutledgeand I quietly married by Rev. ...M. CaDa- : possible Tiles upon floor and walls AUUBRANCHES STUDY THAT COMPRISE A FIRST-CLASS BUSI ; x
w to'fiurprtse his friends.Rec@n4ty
order
Miss 'GertaidQ1-Ketterer: occur-. 'way of tee.Baptist church, and re- -The usual Wednesday night card reduce this.labor,1 to a minimum and NESS-EDUCATION THEN DO NOT FAIL TO .ATTEND OUR v 'it
he seat out tnvita.Uons4p4 I
turned homje-'to receive the parental 'are a joy'to look but they are .
party rwilL not-.be. held at. -Progress i iaD.4.OAt.rrlnk upon
blessings. automobile*to'cbnvey.nts,gu5Sta.tothqn _. NIGHT SCHOOL. ?
.
Qulx'to agaClBattly account of 11Ot7 a to read and' tand UPOD.be1 -
.11 :.....................e.... I rrhe 'btide..1a 'weII.lmowaioriher the danjaged-fitaterof:,on club rooms' l bal ; : 1 ojfr e4eo"baid and"'jar andCetoent .
s
a I' sweet disposition" "and. has made and "partly'cwingto>tho day-.betng! a i!as surprised to''find a'ftrostlw t. oI1 thia aecotmt : t.Is .

a i. x maaytfrieod Jewi hoi9ay .Tnd3y: will' be observed urjous ..abode under t-th&i WMer.'Theht objection. Ibreiiaebite < '
I -.j ,1logts'bayasmaa
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of
t : i'' valued employe
!l \ I' The groom Ma ) !
111 'by the Tewl8h'/peopleand; .tatJber
d so\, 't-1en S The Journal and has' many Mends, emblematic .with or PENSACOLA BUSINESS COLLEGE. i_ i
i3
( .cal1ecLSJ&CCOUI..wb1Ch eirsulsgAent land< adorned :
.whoistocerery. ,wisn. b'md' his front'of thaslak'and work tables>at
Yi : 1ltt1e.- wife"'muehhappiness.M of the.hajivestxUineJ' many at h e Aa elevator takes thfuestabeiowtij&.level I least U the.floor 4s.<)f'Cla; or cement.

I .L Mrs. W. R'/Slfeparjli; and.Jour ,children .of the: ?river and I For iDOHitsas tiles are-too'expena1V8., Phones 900 and 1037.

i, 1: Eor YQurFac: { I .-.and from r&a :pleasant Wa.1es.hav visit returned to- who span '; "the past severalweeks flien ann raaoVts made to smagniA- The locted 'rubber tiles which are

friends at Mobile, ,*Brewton.and other at "..v a 0 3 Colqrado, resorts, cent reception vroom in the center rcooibjessJiDf of,' much easier'for the beet, are also expensive. I
1i .. in Alabama. have returned 'to 'the city and with wh1ch.a. 1e footaln.t44s to rfhe I Bard wood comes next oa 1
points
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... \ I''Mr. Shepard are.now quartered at the tho.:sunouadiags.A the 11a ,-.1J'atthatispota; tad.stains-so' I -
Mrs. J. ')t. Morrison, .of Aadalusla Escambia. complete dining room, fltearx,Aed- easily that it'Is continual soucoa of Jld" ana co.erei-wiUi: r-
. .N......................'. Ala.; is yin tang;her parents on North : room..and kitchen constitute theo ttier I trou le. Soft.wood'floors: absorb spots heavy and cie Imported sery; linoleum The linoleum .
Mr..W. 'Y4fmb-La. of I
erly.
Napoleon-
'
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:Alcanlz .Street apartincnts i of the novel house lilt than the bard
I LYRIC istia' the city visiting his I and dirt even more U expensive at first, but: will
a ,$ Iri ,our Toilet Goods, ; L. W. Morse of New York vice- :brother-1n-law, Mr. Frank BelL He count Is besleged\w1th.r quests.tor' invitations i wood and are coatmualry splintering. wear for anHarper's Bazar.

'Department* have a ,' president of the?firm of"Wllllam.John- I arrived just In time to witness .the to visit his abode under I Paint wears oltvery: rapidly with con- j -

o son and Son, In In the city. :Mr.1{I great storm but his friends In the water. .. _._ i' stant scrabfetag. 1be omethat Las preyed Wives .. Cfsese: 5
o section devoted 'exclu- >: Morse says"that he, Is 'pleased not to i|'Pelican State will rejoice to know I the-mpst practice aod.the best up A certain amount of reading and The Storm and Rain -

: .I sively totface lotions. : find things*in suca bad conditions as'that heels enjoying good health and PT..u. to the presrut': -time Is''the soft pine stud;of.current.events is equally importantla ,

oIa If there is he ,at first, anticipated, through various :havlag-as goody time as present : desires'to retain fl fY"f' fI""d"" (1 sas': Tar-ho<1W1cr '!:Y the work of 4a. day....the
: some partic- [ Every Roman at will be the of
I' reports -ofi the'storm received In conditions will permit. *the rootas-ln order that a cause many a t'
her dustogMjf
be
i. yonthftttoess qt
long asimay 4
preparation-.that.you: + i places. I I ,
'Qu other : face tormandID 'retDeJ1t'ret1be trot wife maybe ableto discuss: veats.iatelllseatly cold which can be cured by;
Mr. and
l'' had trouble in getting t Miss-Flossie Haley who Is visiting 'the home >of Mrs.Mrs.Jofn.preaf'1.'Creary'B 'parents are at i secret of/cinch enduring youth ia by RIGHT! HOME with!
o elsewhere, just come and 1 1olook her cousin MrsJJJudg ) Richardson, Mr. and-MrsjrJohn' Wood on East IA IDO, means universally reeogalzed.. *Awoman'li'bagpy basband'a'trSendL AnoUer way, also, : preparations at 25 cents .
In Greenville, Ala. is expected home in as of becoming tmstwod's chum as weQ i
; Rna''rstreet. The house occupied by, > jot pr portloa DoctorRecommends: -. Postum from I ,
through our. '' this week. Mr. and Mrslt:Creary was cotOplete1yliloWD..away : she If'conhnt.7hestln, : baa a W Personal Test 99 his boo ebeperW to a
o ment. Notdoubt tl Wales.-one. Pensacola's and while,the.occupants of tbttigingy toe 'spots upoa'.bJebtt assist him, at any :rate..ia sympathy Jack's Cold Tablets. Cough ,; .:
J Miss Ella f saioes.: Especially U'this.tnteoi. BrI III IIIr able to realize and Interest.la'tb x work which occupies -
| find it. assort-I., attractive young! ladles will leave ( ; No one is better White Pine Expecto nt.HOOTON'S .
Thursdayat noonVfor a'months vaca- r land I t where taA ft.np'te Wy,( bxl' ; Or we will get Won which,.she will spend with rela : tomorrorr.aad vice-versa. The wisest: fa coffer-oft the i art, than the realize what as1sttneitbcy> could render i .asps

i you\ t1rout- fives in Alabama. woman is,.she?.wbo trusts In'a tomorrow doctor. their husbands nor. do" they, pee.
OurVa-No Skin Food but never loots" for, It. To sit I 'When.the .doctor himself has been that the overt re.. of such atststsaco PHARMACY.
| 2 The friends of Mr. John Davenport I down and wish that this might be. that relieved by "simply leaving off coffee must come tom themselves:This' hint

;i; hasahostoftender-faced ;t of Bayou Grande will be pleased to DELATOURGINGER that would be different-dos 4 wwaaa and using Postam he can refer with also applies to the older daughter, if The Birthplace of Prompt DeHverr
hear' that. Mr. Davenport and full conviction to his,own case. there be such tD the household, as :wellas .t
friends. It is priced 25 no good. It does ter harm la that It Postum -
J fortunate in \A! } phyaldan:: prescribes I
;
his family were very the house whose time Phone 1100.
to mother
flit-satisfied with herself
J.
her ,
makes he
their home receive, for of his patients.because ":
cents. the recent storm, many
t ;i Ing very little damage and proving i ALE unpleasant. to her friends and makes was benefited by it He says: may be already occupied, says Woman's ,
sort of refuge for the homeless ones her old before her time. Happiness is MI wish to. add my testimony In Life. It is rare that a nan will
of a the-place. cot always Increased. In proportton regard to that excellent preparation make any: suggestion,of this kind but ,
i : I' large weee s.. This may sound like Postum. I have had functiOnal or let aha once see neb a desire on the ,

| Letus fill |>re.scriptidns. The many friends, of Mr. Fritz is a most.-rerreshing, invigorating an old saw, and soIt-Is, but there is a nervous: heart trouble for over 15. part .of hIs! daughter, or ma wife ,and'
(, your I Zerr of 'North ,Alcaniz St, who has; and healthful world of wisdom In' many an -old years, and part of t2)etime was unable he winbe more than ready to encourage 3.Fs
.. Wehave'fill ,ben confined.to his homewith typhoid Contentment to'attend to my bnsiaess. her.. ,
y t,.ed over 200,000 since fever 'f or several,:weeks,will be glad]! home drink-the ideal proverb wonderful just tte. same.filing to cultt'Rate. mss* user of coffee SCARRITT MORENO, :
; Is
a It hurt DESCRIPTIONS.Aaent ; ,
be drinking SAFES OF ALL
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to know that he is able to and did not think :
twe: have been inbnsi-l about again- I drink,for/these hot days. There would be fewer prematurely old me. 'Bat '011. stopping it and using I The Worried: w..... for Dtceattee.Ohio. Lock Ce*

: w-omea. mays Woman' Life m., the Fostum Instead my heart has got ail : '!'be'wonted woman Is not the .. Oflte ..<* Eal.oom-ZO I E. Cov. St.
.;ness.C : Mn i aad-Mrs:: ;M.-K.,Clark'have.re-I t $1.25 world if It.were given more of a trial right.,and I ascribe It to the change', who bas troubla' ,, but.the one who islookingfor : t ,
,. turned to BayomGrande where they and it became a more universal qualityIn from 'cottee'.to Postum I t
j trouble' She meets trouble
...
." "t" " '" t
ofMrs.. Clark'saunt 1 it BOW In cases ;I
will 'thftVKoeets A DOZEN.x womanhood. 1 am prescribing more than halfway. As rule the woman
Mrs. 1I..*L.:StirjLuntil their own sickness' especially when coffee ,I a Marine Go :
rf : Grocery
.. ., and affects the heart, who mn rea)'troub_ Is too busy ;1
Mr br
order. '
: home caa- be put in' ; -- does not agree i
---- :
r;;: : .l.lt Mrs. Clarks experience in the storm nerves' or stomarh. I making tti 'best:of things that have -
A.D'Mernberte was' indeed: .trying oa :. At one 1]I Block ammonia placed la sn etrthea Whea made right it has a much i .happened b-worry.aboutthtags. that 1Of, 605 Phone 8. Palafox 725. St. tt

o'clock M,In the 'morning, they,-,were x Sol Calm & Co.i ,. Jar/wfth'cotogae'poured. : .over tt.--wfll better flavor than coffee and is a i may happen. '.il
obliged',to .abandon"their",home, 'and.seek ., diffuse 4 refrwhtafoftw through the vital gustalnerof: the system. I shall ;: ? J. TIDAL, Haaager. ,
t DrufgfstendApothecary. : a"placet: : of ''refuge. With their looms..Physical. o. continue recommend it to our people A child's. school lunch basket can be F !i
: li. Pen Feed Stare to refer We a ran line of Imported and ; i
; I have own case it carry
little .cht1dre pougest only and my kept tweet'mcl_ deaD by dipping ?
: ii four : :: Co Dom Uc urooeria and Proriaioiu. We
a' little more than;'a month Qld/'they s.vtInrest Cenm Paliftt aM IIItett4I..da'.Phon.lX8' r cuttar and, outdoor '.exercises to" Nsme" given by Postum i first Into hot saltwater, then into cold want your patronage. J i
." thmngh'the'w00d to '- .the Battle :Creek, 'fich. Read the lIttle I rre b tock of Eastern Kackerel jut
made their much,toward makmc water about race a month. Dry quick .
way: will do ,
WeUT111e.m'' received. a for 25 cent Witch Hazel: for
121 South PaWox'Streete, ( book The JRoad> and later ; -
the rear of the bouse 'sent'were'out from t'arms..and. neckj.. RJ ampjiod- pretty.-- -> pkgs.. There's a.reasoa." I .JT7.tbe.! raltiU per ttfloa .. ,
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'THEPENSACOLA: JOURNAL, :,' 'WEDNESDAY: ; '''ORN.!!",!. TJ?}!: Ri!?.1909. : .. .

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iT CLASSIFIED-- - -- ADVERTISEMENTS. ,: THAT; PAY I





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:' :11& Your-House i $50-Down- OO'You'w VACANT

: HOUSES


; .i'! WARNINGri! I Ni TO.SELL YOUR REAL'.ESTATEOR .

J ,and : ,
BUSINESS., -
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Furniture :

.. '.. or > ; WANTED !


$10 'Month, :.Tliere' i is always l some one :%-- ': : ;


f Be prepared for the ti 'wanf what : 1f;
ne H Insured Buys ;
have for $ale-and we haveightnii1g ,
with back and front, -ee,4-. ; .


1| cyclone by allowing us to .write i : galleries 5n Alca.nizstreet---'j: that.som bQdy methods, List of with finding us 1 .:-;/ WE CAN RENT ANY

.. If not,. 'better take out ,a $650.00. i AND ALL DWELLINGS


a tornado'policy on your dwellings policy at once._',Ring up' and PAY RENT YOUR ; to-day. .. "- AND STORES PLACED

i
i let us know what you want f':' : WITH US.


| etc. : ,insured, and we will give SELF., $ : > L II -S Brown: & Go :,::,(" WE'CAN ALSO PLACE"

best attention immediately.Don't This. is your opportunity : :j..: FIRE INSURANCE IN 16 ,
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to become land OLD-LINE COMPANIES. ,

; :. HOOTON .& WATSON' i wait until your house lord. your. own WE SELL LOTS. ,_ <. -F't '.

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t. burns down.LESLIEE. Phone 918. Thiesen Building : "
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f Phone 54. 1 .. .. : .-,'."" \ ,
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REALESTA : "'6=-' -
Life Insurance Company. -

HELP WANTED. j Real Estats 100 E. Government Street. -. -
WANTED. HOOTON & WATSON
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-- Insurancs.
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4 1 Phor.e 7CO. Pensacola. Fla. ,
'WANTED, boys who are able to ROOM with or without board not too AGENTS"
: work. Lewis Dear Co. :oct far out; good service.' Send rates and Phone 462. 112 S. Palafox.; IE "THE RENTAL
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i. I 1t address. Box, 415. City.. It* ,
c ANTED-Three or four good waiters $ -
Leading Real Estate and Insurance Agency.
wanted. Apply at once Kandy Kitchen I HOME
tKo. H>t A\TED-My' friends and patrons to I
j1 know that I will in a few da>'s. be at Phone 54. NO. 37 SOUTH PALAFOX ST.
borne permanently. In -order to take ,
AGENTS WANTED to sell Ott's care '
: Oyster
Lots and 3 Block 64 New City '
1,2 !
Knives. For particulars'write,Peter C. o' the :fall and winter, work. A\ kinds For Sale
Ott. BUoxI. Miss. loctlw* of work oa pianos and 'orgarts J.ly'phone on w&'ci! is situated two

: number is 1401 My shop, and resioenOe -' On West ,Chase St., six houses retting for 1170.00 per I

;WA"lTED-Young man about :13, to'doottce No. 1320 15th'avenue., New City, : '.. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..$1500
,. :year
Cor. of 11tb treet. .1. Conrad ,
; work and collecting Must be Scott. I rooms and hall bath HANDY CHINA CLOSET. Legal Advertisements.NOTICE.
gas, .
exact at figures Address ''X." Care Soctlw: / All Block 303 New City u .. 1200

Journal. 2oct I 30 .OO.. and ererymodern ; .conven; Lots 1 and 2 In Block 147 New ,

Al\"TED-Board without rooms in private City.-.,. .. '.. .. ... 500 It Ia Simple. and Convenient as Well .

; HOUSE B. :Morey SERVANT,th avenue wanted and'12th at once.street E. Must be family close for to business man, wife!;ectl and(> 'child.:Ad- for 'southeast of -Blk. ience. Lot: fift -five' feet, All Blcks 358 and 3GOr- each .. 700( as Attractive Is hereby given that on the 5ta da]

-g w.BOX' dfss with rates,and full particulars IL quarter front by one hundred and All Blocks 374 and 376, each.. 650 Tbe accompanying cut of a china of :November A. D.. X906, I will pr;,

J., care Journal. Soctlw .Twelve of West King Tract feet This is' We, hare some very
: -The Journal needs A.'TED-Good cook at 619 NortH seventeen' \deep. on North Hill at pries ranging from convenient arrangements that can be of Escambia County Florida, my a

: several honest carriers at len Street :30sept3t Bav-- $l OO.OO a new 1 house, close in and 160000 to $750.00 per lot. devised. The whole closet may have counts and vouchers as guardian oi

We will sell any of the above for the estate of Genevieve Barkhffl.
only onehalfblock from the a door or a curtain to shut It In from i
;: once. Apply at the office.I A1I."TED-AD Owners of. poultry to for 2 houses on the southeast one-third cash and will loan ypu the minor, and make application for a fina:
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know that we are agents for the cele car line cash and balance balance of the oatslde but probably the most attractive .
purchase price from
I part discharge said guardianship.
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,
t w 'TED--Wlth: references, fifteen good brated ConK y'&Poultry Remedies. Guar- corner of Strong and DeVil- .' and convenient plan would be
1 hustling, sober men to represent the I anteed to cure rupe: cholera, gape and to under Hay 2nd 1906. ,
: Planters' Live Stock Insurance Co. of kill -fleas lice and ,.mltes. Also their hers Sts. renting for $13 -amonth. mortgage. We have some verv desirable business a dainty curtain sliding on a brass rod E. C. MAXWELIioamfim.

: Pierre Thomasrffle G Russell., Ca. For Tallahassee.particulars Fla.Address Reference -' Co.wonderful Phone es,No,producer S34 >. ,5., ilellen 18apr& A BARGAIN'AT,$3000, vestigate.' prperty that will pay' you' to in, and covering only the fronts of the I Guardia!

Capital City Bank Tallahassee.
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Ha. 26 Sept.Imo.. POSITION WANTED by first of January e4........__ ___3'....... _;_' I
by a first-class hardware and queens- $875.00. Escambia Realty Co. Inc. '
WANTED-At once white nurse for cliiie ware man of 29 years experience.' For J. W. Bullock Jr. : : 'W1aT U e Qvft the 0.-

dren. Apply 127 West Gregory Sept 26 further information write to F. .Herr for 5 lots on Northeast INSURANCE Take a hand?* queried Smith as
mann. Golding Fla. 25sept lOp; corner REAL ESTATE AND G1t'
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: W.L"\TED-A colored girl to assist Inuekeeptng. 1 I Palafox and Sierra Cor. Government! and! DeLuna Sts. AGENTS Jones stood watching the poker tune
-, One who will stay on W..u."TED-At once., a'four or five-room; : ,, at the ,club."No. .
premises preferred. i cottage. Must be close Sn' and in I Box 173. ,*
; Apply o-day before gooilneighborhood. streets. : ?hone 637 204 South Palafox "
Street.
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I clock at 10S North Barcelona.. 25s>pt Address 123, Care JournaL : ', I Quit
\ 2 sept I "What's the matter-cold eetr
; M Combination% nurse and house !' Money to loam at lowest market rate i
K.t R. ,CRITTENDEN wishes to of interest.Mortgages. "Xo. I always come out loser""I
girLApply. 701 North Palafox St. communicate i FOR
-e 23sep, with his'brotherK F. M. Cnttenden on real ,estate In this city SALE. never saw you lose In my life."
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who bought and sold. -- -- -
last
was 'heard of In Florida 1
._ All of t..1e ilaxent Tract west of "C" DIRECTORYPROFESSIONAL. "I know you never saw me but I
;WANTED :Youns man. acquainted with about 5 years ago.ny one having FOR SALE- -Four roost, house to good
.- country who can lurnish borse to rep-heard of.Mr. Crlttenden would do a faorby' street now for sale. condition, corner:SI&Ai street and First D lose. If I happen to wta a lltttie,here.
res"!!'"u The Journal in Esca.mbia'county.. addressing Mr!: R. K. Crittenden at avenue; also country W <:e. southeast partof wife smilingly insists; on my dlviiiingmywlnnngswheulgobotne. .
Apply at once. Journal office. 23sepWANTla i Eullding No. 47, U. S.'Navy. Yard. Myrtle Grove,5 fcrres of land well my
"ISseptlnV. wooded. Address: Thomas F. Suarez, Box If

; > .At once several' ,carrier Fisher"Real Estate Agency t 4,3 R. F. D. bo 1. octlw I lose, I get a lecture on the evils of

_- ; boys. Apply. at this omce.it WANTED-Light.1. E. delivery, wagon. Address : FOR SALE CHEAP-Almost new Nuhlen T. G., YATES,. M. D., if- gambling and the neat day. In orderto
Coo Care'Journal.
14sept COLLECTION ,OF RENTS A i &. 'Sons' piano in handsome rosewood get even my wife runs bills down
case. A ,bargain. Piano can be seen
: :BOARD AND ROOMS. W'li'TEDRef Estate'for- sale,.or rent ,SPECIAL TV. 'j by calling at the Kaitdjr Kitchen. bet Optician. town to the amount I lost. If I tell

> lease or exchange. Your business Te- Phone her I came out just even she takes half
4. speetfuully solic'ted. J. *,' Wilga 87. 2C5 S. Palafox St; FOR SALE-At a bargain: ; paying Furniture 306 Thiesen '
Building.Frederick I.. n. --I Ii" the to all I
Estate Agent. 2214 'W-' Govern., nt vt. business at ISSfTI, Intendencla St. money prevent my losing
TWO FURNISHED for or unrurnIsh Room 1. Salisbury; 'bu .liJl,;. tfLone iTTAILORINGIl. Address Box 325.;; ,Cityi loot have, so I am bound to lose."
rooms rent for light housekeeping '
Phone no%. or apply room 3. :20414 South 23jan MISCELLANEOUS.REMOVAL i FOR SALE-Good location for smal!; Ausfeld: F. M. Blount.
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Palafox Soctlw AUSFIELD .. .
L. mill & BLOUNT Tie Doiea.
Dtanond Tailor. apply 4t once Barrineau &; :
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: FOR RENT-One or two newly fumisnej Gent clothing cleaned, pres&ed.and repaired : NOTIcF-E-- Herring, Trammell, Pensacola Fla., R F. D, Architects ,, 1" In all the civilized countries of the
front: rooms; southern exposure with, on short notice., J\o 11%, West world, is referred to
; No. L. thirteen as beingsomebody's
whose wagon and repair shop at 135 29septlw
St.. Pensacola
privilege of phone No- J2jSLocation: Government F"a. 312-314 Brent Bldg., 43 Moses B'dg.,
desirable and near business East, Intendencia .St, was destroyed PensacoLa Fla. Montgomery. Aia ." "dozen." In America
center, 42J : '- ,
i W Gregory. -Jlseptlm WANTED and R. BinghAm, .wantyoj. rmoving will re-open at 214 E. Intenaenci 1 I i I FOR engine SALK steam-A Potter: dryIng;woAs roommou1d with steam, ._-:-..". : # Australia, Great Britain (present day)

all breakage. I'hone hauliafr 630. lie guarantees about Oct. 8. sept2910d i 1 i and everything complete for carrying on WM. A. BORMANS, and several other lands that number 1JS3.Id
NICELY FURNISHED room for sent f business together 'witfcitlw> firwst,bed of. f "
Apply tOl West Chase. Ph DRAWING5* Of : I In Escambia Architectand Superintendent to abaker's dozen. In Italy It
*t ne 1259.FOR wTEDLCarriages' repaired an kinds Hull.,Engine. I I pottery clay county. located *
I ; floats built to order and; horse repainted Patent Office machine and misc, .right in the city. Apply. to or address 'Or.lce-301 Brent Building, uAhDr uxa.A. CI.05Z1' referred to as the "cobbler's dozen,
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RENT-Rooms cheap: real. newly i shoeing: a specialty.. J. G. Welsh Car reasonable rates. Paten table made'l I R. P. Reese. ICseptf: r Pensaco'a.' Fla. there being a tradition that there was
clean furnished rooms suitable for I riage Co. veioped Sail boats, launches. open shelves. The top shelf has glass
'
i W C. icoowa Pensacola lie PURCHASES the formerly a law which compelled cobblers -
light housekeeping on the bill. Location I : > Fla, 9septlm J-eceipt for the fin.
est of cosmetics.' Box 333. City. _' doors to shut It in since on this shelf nails round
high and healthy. Close to car line. WANTPD-FlEST-CLASS hat SECRET SOCIETIES.PENSACOLA to put twelve tacks or
Privilege of phone and gas.' Apply 314 Old hats 'made new Cleaning cleaning pressing I' MATTRESSES RENOVATED New tick 233i>tlrro* are placed the dishes, least commonlyused. the edge of a boot heeL Finally, when
: Strong. Phone 1213 E.1 and blocking Satisfaction furnished if desired. Guaranteed !The shelves have different
St. Panamas 50c Straws, 25c;guaranteed Felt 35c,: Carpet taken up and matting laid Leave FOR SALE-Nice farm of 20 acres For LODGE NO. 3._ open ,r f the naiis became cheap, a center nail
& I Victor orders at information inquire of Chas. Orange Pensacola Lodge No. 3, K. of P. heights to accommodate all sizes'and
Derbys, :25c: Louis, 100 E. Inten Watson. Parker & Reese Co'sseptT West Jaexson wag driver for lutk."Warned .
St.
NICELY FURNISHED rooms for rent No... 1912, :Pensacola. meets every Monday evening at 7:30 -
dencia treet. AH come in. 4seDtlmWANTED ehapes of dishes. The two small drawj t.j
with or without board. TransIents solicited. : > IZseptlm C o'clock at their temporary Castle Hail
Phone. gas and bath. No Z, over Pou's stable, West Intendencia. St. era are lined and are ,for table silver, '
; Palafox. 13septlmEDUCATIONAL. -The Merchants Tranter "Co. F. J. WHITE & CO.-Artesian well 6nll- FOR SALE-A barroom and all fixtures, Vis:tiag brethren cordially welcomed. :: la Time.
wants your moving and, hauling. All ers for saw mills and turpentine suns pool and billiard tables. etc. In a fine H DENNARD. C. (i r napkins in their rings etc. The largo t( A man visiting a lunatic asylum recently -
:_ breakage guaranteed T. B. Thors, i spec.ally Geneva Ala., and ,.Gxaceviileia. ', location. At a bargain if sold at once H. 1-IORSLE'it K. of R. &. S. drawers contain 'laundered table linen. I, with f
Proprietor. Phcc 978- }' Prepared to put wells from 4 to *2 Address box103, C'ty.- Jqept was conversing some >
-i- .: inches diameter and from :IO* to ices f&t tI j[ KNIGHTS OF COLUMBUS. If the whole opens into the, kitchen on the outdoor patients when a man raGe

A1'\"TED--AU kinds of electrical work. I depth. Satisfaction guaranteed. IXneJiaIs I:r"&)R SALE:-Four good schooners. suit. Meetings of the one side and into the dining room on on horseback. The called for
--- I sell all kinds of electrical batteries I able for lake sound and river Ad. Knights of Columbus up pace
MISS PATTI HOLDEN electrical OTICE-Having installed machines for dress *'JL" the other with drawers polling both comment the and oft
announces that and other 'SUFpnes When YOUR i care JournaL 21aug are held at their hall. among party one
her school will not until ring 343'Ortii& B Vf the manufacture galvanized iron It will be fodnd still
open next me Peake. No. 8 West Intendencia ways more coiv : e patients said he had seen a hone
; :Jlonday, October 8, when she will tw Star Laundry Bldg EGarden' cornice, skylIghts! cornice ffuferj, circu FOR SALE-Good mowing machine. S ft street on venient '
glad,to receive her pupils at No. 9 West lar mouldings, etc. i ail now'nrcpar&l lo out: one ten ft. self dUmp all steel'I Monday at every 7 30o __ 1'UJlnlng'much faster than that one.
Jackson street. i WANTED TO BUY a cash do sheet metaLwork of all kinds hay rake one 2-seetio all steel evening : =- -t
Soctlw I'! register at Innce. Satisfaction on snortnotice. ; harrow, 'clock. .An .invitation ." exclaimed the visitor sotto ton.
Apply to Clutter ,:Music House. assured.; Entiruatss
two hot blat beatlng'stoves burn coal I is extended
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to
,. :MRS. IOLA BARTON MASON win open 2 Sept cheerfully given on work In or outside the or wood, one tank force visiting Kn'.srht' "1 have seen a horse flying. "Dmni
;: a school of Shorthand and Typewriting, city. Chas. B. Vetter, 1$'Ictendonru.. pump capacity Soar Milk and Silver. '
1 bbl, per minute; one Aermotor wind mill. JOHN B. JONES. let the doctor hear ye sayln that EJ
October 10. Apply either at 314 S.. Alcanla Phone 638. :iilI1.1Y1jI As silver cleaner '
-.5 or Typewriter Exchange 313 I WANTED-Second-hand sacKs of all descriptions one twenty-lncn foot power tamer's T. S. LEONARD' Grand Knight. I a sour milk is la man,"' Interjected an old Scotch luaa

Brent building.' 2octlm wanted. If out of town ship .1. lL PORTER. saUmaker,. 716 South L shear 4 horse Ower"Gas ,Engine; fine Recorder. valuable l.Jld.w1ll gave the busy housewife tie There's fouk In here for far teal
them to us; if in town, ring us 'up at \o. I Palafox strt'et. Orders taken tot tents, double barrel hammerless shot gun; Mar-
311. bring them to at I hit: repeating rifle 52-calbre. G. E. DAUGHTERS CF REBECCA. much time and hard work. All I than fleein horses."
: :MISS GEORGIA SENTSIB\, graduate of or us corner of I awnings, camp stools and house cot. : Bard-
Knox College, Illinois and Ferris Cha&e. and Alcaniz Sts., F. S. Mel'en A. I ere. PrIces reasonable.-. 31Ja11t' shar Bluff Springs Fla. 26 Sept 1m* Rebecca Naomi Lodge. Vo 16 Daughters of that is necessary is to put the silver Ic
meets
Monday night at
,Kindergarten College, Mich.. win open Co. 2Sjuly: I SHIP CH.AI'.DLERS-McKlnzle' FOR SALE-Several ',tracts virgin >pine S ,o'clock in I. O every O. F. hall Visiting a deep bowl of sour milk, let It Ue'there

a Kindergarten 1, at her and home Primary 212 West School.Gregory October --t' &. Co., wholesale and retail ship Oertfajs chandlers timber Turpentine places and saw sisters- cordially MRS Invited to be present for ten or .fifteen minutes and the*

street. Terms $3.00 per month. 25seplm* and grocers. Only firstcls house mills In operation. Also excellent tracts J. T PULLIAM, N. G. rinse it 1'! scalding water drying It Immediately
MONEY TO LOAN. of kind in cityFair prices to all. of stumpage. Turner & Ayma-d Real MRS" HATTIE NEVILLE, Sec. "
'PRIVATE SCHOOL-Hiss Belle Whiting #I Estate Agents. Box, 115.. DeFuniak wifh: flannel cloth. The ij [EXPRE8S.l [
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RATHBONE LODGE
NO. 30.
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CARRIAGES repaired Springs. Fla
-- will open her private school at No. Floats built to'order. ar repainted I 20july Rathbone Lodge No SO, Knights of lactic acid In the'mUk removes the tar- SOUTHERN

t f 53.00 21 N.per Spring month.street October 1. Tuition MONEY LOANED 'on real estate and a specialty. J. W. Welsh,Carriage Horseshoeing'Company FOR SALE-Green pine p'les. Quick Pythias, meets every Thursday night at nish from the silver- ,and leaves it bright
e 13septlm.PRIVATE personal property on short.notice.. I Castle flaiL Members of sister lodges
,27feb delivery. Address ATH: Holt FiomaI and clean. y
.
Terms easy. JV. Bulla-d 23% South and visiting brethren
ton; Ala. cordially Invited
; instructions given in advanced Palafox St. Phone 1144. :MILTON UPHOLSTERING SHOP I SOseptlw to attend. J. M. ROPER C. CV "
:i English French stenography, and the Mlms Proprittor Furniture-Willie I : ; C. J. LEVEY K R. & S. Teach Cblldrea P-c eaee. i
i'ijetied grammar school studies. Apply to I CAN LEND YOUR MONEY at eight repairing FOR SAW-Fine well grown Barred ,
r7 Hiss Z. D. Adams. 411 W. Gregory street, pr centif you; have any that you of an for kinds. carpets laid furniture I Rock Cockerels March and April M. E. B. .A. -No 81. meets first and Wise parents will ever strive to Impress -
4 ,or Box '?93. 13sept3w want Interest on. see me about it. It Next packed to Tampa landing shipping Phone- 6:. batches $1.00 to $%.00; hens last years third Wednesday evenings at 7:30 p. m, upon 'their'children the necessity
will be ; 22april breeders. $LOO each. Mrs. Lizzie, B.
: absolutely safe on real estate Rafford Hall. No. 10, West Intendencia '
MISS MARGARET :MACLAY Will reopen security. Leslie E. Brooks; Phone 4S2- MATTRESSES A."ID. FCRNITtlRE Hughes, Chipley. F .. 27septlm street A. G FELL,Prca. of forming prudent habits; of spendIngmonel'
her kindergarten on Oct. 1. at her ,J.- L. SWEENEY, Secy to advantage, so that some
made to
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toother reidence 35 E. Wright where MONT TO ,LO VN Everybody borrows Mattresses order; old'tmes i FOR PALE-10000 acres round timber
.- 'Che may be Interviewed in regard to money from Jno.A., Hall & Co.; 14'2 renovated.hand furniture New ticks furnished. ,.Second .- land 12,500 saw mill' timber and sawmill .PENSACOLA LODGE NO. 4, I. O. O. F. article of utility or value Lr alwayS
bought and
terms after Sept. 25. Tfreptlmo E. Government st. When in need call -And repairing done.sold.114 Upholstering E.- ;I 32-room"Ttt>icl at "a bargain. Several Fensacola Lodge, No. 4, I: O O F. obtained for ft;.the duty of exercising t To,all parts of the countryThe' *
on us. good farms and.town properties. 'meets every Thursday evening at 730
Belniont St., city. Phone 771. Davis systematicand judicious and
I Slfg Co... C. T- Darts .ilgr.H Write' Gentry. & Settertind, Chipley Fla.. at the" new hell on Belmont and ,Baylen charity
HOTELS. MOLOA."ED:! on all kinds of personal i : 23septFOR streets. Visiting, brethren cordially Invited that the purest happiness which can I
property on short notice '1'erme. B. WITKOYSKY, N. G. be
ALFMAN-Tin, Copper and earth
Sheet upon springs from
'- easv.' J. B. Gray ,& Co.. 2, W. Romana. i Iron Worker; cornice work and skylights SALE in--all Improved end unimprovedproperty A. KEHLg, SecretaryW. *..eiper'encejl" Pt, Southern JSxpross Compact:
phone 116a parts of the benevolence.
ifebUNLIMITED : city. J, A.
{ BROWN HOUSE DeFunlaS Springs.. a .specialty; roofing, guttering andrepairing. ,Wilson & Co,Real Estate Agents Room O. W i receives and forwards freight
315 South Palafox St.
c Good beds. airy rooms, elegant meals: amount of money ,to loan i Phone 7. Salisbury building. Phone 172. 23jan Live Oak Camp No. 1, W. O W..
free bath and sample rooms. SpecUl on all kinds of personal property. 1316- Sjunelm meets in Pythian hall the 1st and 3rd money, and valuables of all descriptions
attention to traveling men. Rates '%.00 tiLl rates to business men on gpe-I FOR SALE-Wolverine' engine.. 8 H. P., Wednesdays in each month. Visiting Slew and'nu "GaIla_ .- '
p. per day. 'JR. Brown. Prop. loans. The New York Loan Co., % 2 cylinder 2 cycles, complete fittings siver igns cord1all'Invited.. The "gallus"'marks the freeman *o fil parts of the country,
-: South Palafox. : for salt water In .perfect condItion and F.A.BOGRICHCC and .
-. ,HOTEL SOUTHERN-Open all the FOR, RENT. running dally: 'reason for selling going ,LESLIE ,E. .BROOKS,, Clerk.. the man: ot genuiner:uipretending culture with connections for Canada, Mexiso

year ,American and European plan THOS PEBLEY Real Estate and Loans. to replace' It" by' larger engine.. Sling: and civilization.: Your mob and Havana, Cuba, European points,
,. Special ,summer rates. First-class in Up-stairs., corner Palafox and Romana FOR>REVT:.-Six-room cottage bath and Kunyai. 19aug abhor .'
your Mesopotamia
every respect Pleasant and. convenient. Sts. West Wright street. J20.09 savage ate
}(rs, T. I.. Bowen, Prop.. Pensa 12septlm monthFisher gas. .Real Estate .Agency per' FOR SALE-One dwelling 202 East 'Pensacola, St. Andrews and the wild bashi bazouk: wears,a belt; in
Chvrcb street,. if bought at The Southern Company
cola. :Fla.CHIPLEY lSapl' ,-v once can Express
.;-- -- -, ISsept be had cheap.; Apply: C. L. MeVov Gulf Steamship' Co.: Yucatan the Indian wears a girdle of

HOTEL Carl Setterlind. LOST. FOR RENT. .. l-room cottage,' with bath butcher 'sncp. Barcelona :
Prop. Special attention to commercial et gas W. -G. BARROW. shamelesscaxlnibnl with
Mister. sports a class routes and in connection
.., travelers. Free sample and bath rooms. --- -- JlJ>.<0 per month. Fisher Real. Estate ,FIRST-CLASS PASSENGEK gunnysack; ,
PANAMA CANAL EDITIoN of' .AND
Large rooms with good beds. $2..00 per Agency. 19sept The FREIGHT SERVICE. in Atlantic City some years back the the Adams Express Company. on
LOST-Black Journal _
and white magnificently illustrated '
: day. Chipley, Fla. 12mchlm setter puppy -Between-- dude used io wear sashes.:
bitch, four months old. Reward FOR EXT-&me nice stores on fast magazine containing! scores' vIews of PENSACOLA,. MOBILE But find a through bllIs with through
HOTEIi and totS ths-..cir* and harbor. Fvf i'a1et ,all APALACHICO. 'cm'who when1 thfowse7 'W111- ,
.BAY -Open night day. European return to W. K. Government street: cheap, reau The LA CARRABELt.E.ST.AN ; his coat
plan. Rooms light and clean. Hyer, Jr. 29sept Fisher Real Estite: .Ag nc)'. !July maiLIO bock stores cents.or at The' Journal office. By o DREWS, MILLVILLE. to begin hi.' daily toil lays bare a pair jars and through messengers, performs *
-i. Transient trade solicited. 673-519> South i Zlsept
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I And all
points St.
_Palafox Jos. S. Mcolau. Prop. J JHOTEL I[ LOST-Bunch of keys, on train passms FOR RENT-A. R. Bifignara has storage ra eUe on and ApalUhlcola.Andrews Bay Car- ofTLcavy sky blue galluses and you'll a unified service, constituting
Flomaton Saturday 5 p.so.. for Mo j FOR SALE-Stop: Consider not the price, :
bile, with room for rent. suitable for furniture but the SCHEDULE- find a man wha pays ,bjs way- In',the of the kind -J
\'ER.'lOX-iates tag fain the
key
$2.00 per day.. marked "Neptune : other goods., 164 and '10$ South Tar- front that you'll by the Leaves Pensacola Sunday _8:30 largest system
Special rate by week. Special attention -. Buckner Asheville; N. C." on one side I m lor street Piwne 63S purchase acres of land in a body, for lIobi1e 4U41. ; p. m.. worWr love hIs"wife., rears his chUdren -
., end a Shriners emblem I ragona : for 890.000. Best the world.3oney .
to traveling: men Free samplaroom onrelerse side. I t farming land In Jackson LeavePensacola, Tuesday, S:30 in the fear of the Lord and
.. Mrs. J. l\ Mauldin Prop..,Vemon.Fla. Finder please return to Box 48. Asheville County Florida. Over 300 settlers on body for. St. Andrews. MUinlle. p. m. votes sold 9* *"
Apalachicola. Orders
N .and_ get reward. -- NOTICE, on an average of SCO Ibs,of lint cotton to For additional Information uatutIt Is Expr ss
of the Southern
apply toE : graceful/and agencies
the farm. properlyadorned
,
; and Nashville Partly fenced with wire. The :
--- -- Loutsvll'e! Railroad. J.tR.SAUNDERS,
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Regular train service between Pensa.. plot contains the large Blue gprfciS better .R. COBB : President with band painted flowers, ADd Company at reasonable hoa.' K2wipt
BARBER SHOPS. cola and Mobile will be resumed com known' as the long Moss Spring of West ; General FrC and Pass Agt. Pen, brass buckles It ,is, beautiful.: To' be
Well .
FOUND.IXUND refunded
.1 meactng1 with train No.. C at '1:00 o'clock Fla watered: and timbered for acola,"via.--, Is g1veAl'aIllt money is
v--.i_.__ FIa..j a. m, October 3rd. No service,between plantation and other use. For reference, ashamed of !It..to'conceal! it or'to abandon
= f'tC-,1 refer YOU to.Hon W. 11. Milton if order Is lost.
Mobile and New Orleans. it for a comber behjs
One small leather
bay :
I f JIILTOV- VfeeT xisitlng;: here have your, mare age President and -Cashier, of the First Na- to
.1 I ;tonsorial work lone by lit Mi-ns \\jfl--f't- evn"years. Right hip down; hind tional Bank at :Marianna Fla. A. Purdee Move to Brent Bu dlng.- fail in an' essential. true'ma 004 This is the cheapest way to Bend
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t jiU. Clothes' and?fWhlte. Owner can have above by GLASS :,
t street Real Estate
tog opposite '
agent Ausfield
; counselor at law. edi & Brent the
.:,: ,{[ hats CLeaned and repaired. Convenient' 'ingsame and,paying for ad.' J. W. AND_GLAZING. tor and published of the West Florida Bu- havfr offices in the Brent architect, now *nd fly in! the face f-fate.-.1Umore mall remittance: by mall or otter;
1 tD ,hotels. Phone C3. "Saui s'l{dcr-"TK d.' MuscoKee Fla. E. B. WE ,S. 10 INTENDENCIA.!! ail. BoX 221 Ilarianpay1a.. 8epten 312-31C, baUding,,.roomt' Sun. : :
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mm.U .-'do-r:'61' In cooperage. -- '

IN 'SOUTHEffN : Vte onf '! ''I'YJ IOilda and leal i : ,
Aleo have in stock: at Pensacola our

Apex Wood :Fibre Plaster, DAYS ARE AGAIN HERE. I

,Fibre Plaster. ,Keystone, -
-
NEGRO STATE Tour collect telegram wUt get. ,

i thedayyourordereomea. in.I .. "and vry.day:until October list the MISSOURI I J I
I RAILWAY and: IRON MOUNTAIN ROUTE will "
MOBILE ALA Bell a
I Carolina Portland. i : -Tickets to CALIFORNIA,' OREGON and NORTH. j


Mobile Mob Shoots Two New corporation'Forind *........... ........" ...... of two route to CALIFORNIA. One through SAINT 11 ,
CITY SCENIC COLORADO and SALT LAKE i
]Ice Coal 'Charcoal and -'--- other via MEMPHIS, and EL. PASO TEXAS. t'
Men in Effort to Get at ,
in Dixie 'During, Week, stopover of five days, on California Ticket and ten "ii I j ?

Prisoner. Wood Tickets. flit 4,

.; : just-Past *. Through Tourlrt Sleeping Car every day. f '

Delivered anywhere in the We Invite EXCURSIONS. ( J

By Associated Press. cityl We can supply you in ,
Slobile Oct. 2.-Roy Hoyle, a spec- any quantity and our service Chatt8.nooga, Tenn., Oct 2.-With' the TEXAS. OKLAHOMA, LOUISIANA INDIAN 1'I '
concluding days ol: li summer wbicb aa a TERRITORY AND MEXICO.
!si i officer of the Mobile and Ohio is whole has.not been a.dull season. there 7
jauroad.: was fatally shot and Alder- always Prompt. Phone, Is quite a conspicuous qslckeningr of industrial I : of'' _P- -i-

siaa Sidney Lyons chairman of the evidenced activity by the throughout tot of new the-Industries south as : Limit"win be Allowed on These Tick-' '' N
tiLl council slightly wounded tonight 363.E. For the week, the list beVng authorized by I c
. In a fight at the county jail be The Tradesman. Among the most heavily I which will be sold on September 4 and -
capitalized new concerns of the week: .
G.
tteen a deputy sheriff and a crowd SEWELL are ,several mining companies in Arkansas -I to the rep.orFof an : 2 and 16. -
cf men determined capture Dick: 26 N. TARRAGONA STREET coal and land companies in Alabama .
gobinson.! a young negro. The mob oil and gas company in Indian Ter- bilities of the; First N ationa! I $
; LIBERALSTOPOVERS.
ritory mining companies in Missouri, -
Is still after the negro and will lynch chemical works 1y. North Carolina, lumber cently completed by ,the .
him if possible. and land companies in Oklahoma. manu New Country. '" I
The negro made' an. attack on Hath facturing companies in Tennessee, land ..York City. Anyone Mailed on R. uelt. '
CONDITIONS ARE and lumber companies in Texas, furnace
Sossaman. twelve years old. who Urea In Virginia etc. The complete list for it by sending us their L E. REHLANOER, | .
t miles from here. She was found the week as obtained from ,The .! ra.des"man \ l Traveling
is as follows:" Passenger Agent 8 '
unconscious. (Later the ",
nego was Upon the merits of
Alabama... ChattanoogaTnn.. B "
, captured There have and identified been.s&Vt'rat oy the assaults grL Birmingham- o.OOO foundry and ma- -six years', record of lair '
chine shopsSOO05 coal company Sm : t
on white women during the last few IMPROIINCRAPIDLY Mobile-11 .000 contracting and paving service,:we solicit ypur .
weeks and news of this: outrage company $oO.000- land company.
caused intense wrath and excitement Boottsboro-Paint and ore company.Arkansas. .

JI Corning-Lumber company.. .& HftSHVILLE RAILROAD COMPANY, t
Chichester
hardware
-S10.000 company.
35 HOMES Bates-1250.000 mining company. sad)-ocal Time Tawes Istasea tattseola aUtPeirfs MrlH. i t
Fort Smith-$100,000 coal and. mercan- -
= tile company. RtAD UP .

WERE\ Hot Van Buren: Phosphate: plant FIRST Trains No*.
'. DESTROYED Springs SlaO.OOO mining cempany..
- Bono-Telephone.system. 1

In the City of Mobile and Georgia.. S OF *: ; IjW..Pensacola..y. ioL 4pt
I
L daj Waycross Barnesville.-Lumber-$65,000 gas mill.plant. Ar .. ...Montgomery.. .. ..ter.. 35a UUSui, .

pro There was no small settlement or Along the. Gulf Columbus-Water works tf r : i!.. ...31i-miagb& .. .. LT.Ar 433nn 3lJam ,-.
uds town along the coast that suffered Indian Territory. Designated Depositary of ; Ar..Nashville..ia. 1teon 3:2ara

r ao nore from the hurricane than, did Coast Manasvillo---$1OO.OOO Sawyer Development oil company and gas com L'-.NaShVIlle.. .......Ar. :17sm 15arn J '

l 01 the town of Woolsey, on the naval] .. pany. W. H. Knowlea./President. W. K. Hyer .. .. ,Bvansvltt. .,. .,Lv. l:00amISpra: S:2prn .

1 1. a reservatioii. The town has been almost Kentucky. Tbos. W. Brent. Ass't Caabler. ,Ar..,......BC Louis.. ..|.. 8:30pm:
completely wiped out of existence Louisville-$10.000 furnace and Directors.C.Brent. W.A.Blount.
Mobile Oct. 2.-With telegraph range.
.
finaJHan. company. : Lv..Nuhth.. .. ...A. t2s TI&i "
tbirtyfive houses destroyed D. O. '
being
wires working in sufficient, numbersto LeitchfleTd-$10,000 hardware company. Ar..Levtfle ..],. ..S*. t4sa 9rp '
and schooner
'
a fishing driven all business and with all Cadiz-$5,100 land '
company.
carry .. .
Into the woods two.hundred yards railroads In operation except the Freestone- $5.000 heading factory. tZ. ,. OnLaslafl .L. XXOQpm 6:0Or* 4 -

from the beach.At New Orleans division of the 1... & N Corinth $5,000 lumber company. _
: Lexington-Brick works.Louisiana. $n Pensacola, Mobil and Now Orleans. j'
(WarriEgtoa all ot the bay front
business conditions_ are now almost .
tag disappeared from, new, but the normal Cotton brokers .tQday receIved New Orleans-$10.000 land .company C.W.LAMAR.PrUIOIII. 44.1 IA21A4 646 ,
damage to the. homes of the residents $50.000 exportingcompany M.E.CUKK.VicePrwideat and Cwhlefc .
the first direct quotations since : ..Pensecots,.. ..ArJ 5is.in : ) zpm
Is not so great as at Woolsey. the storm. Dealers in perishable Alexandria Clinton-Laundry-$6,000 and laundry.Ice company. ] 4:12pmjAr .. .Mobile .. ..Lr|12:40am }:6iamZi36sg

I'. as Inside the navy yard the beautiful goods suppUedthelr .first orders and Jena-Telephone system. : .., New Orleans .. Lv4 & 13I.} ...4'$5Ia '
aeit brick pavements: are a mass 'ol the fish and 'oyster traffic, which has Hattiesburg Saw mill. THE AMERICAN
wreckage and are waterways while Utica-Water works. Pensacola River Junction and i. '
been dead for a week, to-day commenced Jacksonville.
the bandsame and stately oaks to show signs of life. Telephone Missouri. IIF
Columbia $71,000 clay works. I 3 Tralnadonotatoi.tstatioaal 2 I I i
which made this place -
of the
one service has been restored and oJ\Louis-.--$10,000 hardware plant 10., '. ) wherrao time Is shown JeIIy DaU 3si'y t
"beautiful
lno4 K
navy yards in the street cars are running on all lines. company; $100,000 land,'company Opera House .
country have been, uprooted. It was impossible to convey an adequate ; $9,000 land company; $5,006 metal : rrr ...Komatoa _.. Ar. Thl T1 ii ,,..; 4
conception of, the condition of works; $20.000 investment. company, $ O- DESIGNATED : ; 255 .. ... '..C. atury ... ., ..j t:4 1tlI 5t -. ,l
t GLASS 000 land company: : 3:06 ..,33lUff.8irbg54,. .,.l'12u ItlI i1 .. J' I
AND GLAZING. the Louisville &; Nashville tracks as Joplln-Two $100,000 mining companies; CAPITAL STOCK $ .
iere.Tkl. E. B. WELLS. 10 INTENDENCIA.. late as Saturday' night. On only 27 three mine developing companies. ,', '. .1: : $.20 .. .. .. MeDa14,. i..112:32 10' *:o t t'
-' miles of track north of here lumber- Kansas Fannlngton-$ 'IgOdZ: company. DIRE &:Zf ,* ..PineBarren ... ...."1.2:08 136l 7td' .. ''
It Real Estate Transfers. men estimated that more than six company. 'NCity- manufacturing *:50. .,. ...Maltoo.. .. ,M; p11:51 13:4 7 r .. ,

:3 Of thousand logs- were piled, across the Hannibal.-$20,000 refinery. Henry L, Covlngton. frank 4:04 latetta .. ,. U:51: '12:34 *.7.Jf : -

"derown Following is a list of the real estate rails. ""Besides this all sorts of debris Galena Moberly-$125,000-Mining company.paving brick J. M. Pfeiffer W. S. : .. ..Cottage Hill .. ...U:4 12fi: 'tV: .... : ii
com :
transfers recorded yesterday furnished by from tin pans to two-masted schooner pany. Bryan Dunwody* T. F. 4:15: .. ...Cantonment .,. 11:41 12:31 1:31 .... f f
the Pensacola Abstract Co.: were on the tracks. Carthage-$150.000 'mining, company. A. M. Avery.- W. H. : 4f2S: ...,GosiaIe$.. .. '11:35 12Zi7:2t: .... '4
'
0New
tell DEEDS.W. North' Carolina. W. U Cewthoo, Dr. W. .. ...Robert*.. .. '
Conditions down the bay and along Bern-$100,000 chemical works. 4.25 M.f 11:23 123.S 7:2i .... i";
half L. Morga _an4 V?.,.H :Morgan to the coast are rapidly improving. and Oklahoma. Alex McGoHin, C. M. : 4IC: ._ ., >. ..olive.. ,, >>,.. '11:22 1149 7lr '

LIII W. L. Morgan-South H of 7.75 acres or many reportlheSist estimate of the Oklahoma, City.- $25,000 Investment lately (epcsittues for mt it$JUC, JW 5'T: : : 4:48 ..- ..Brent.. .. .. ., *11-It 12:04 '1:09 '-
the northern part'of Bee 18, Tp-2 South : damage too large.SHIPPING. company. In connection for tot > : 4:526OOj...QouldlsK 13.111'12C1 7:06 t

H.JO west as follows Commencing at a Lawton Cleveland-Construction-$10.000 ,water works.. Ar... ..Pensacola .. Jr. 11:05 11:55 7:00 .... j-
take the west line company
on of said 7 75 acres Four Interest -
El Reno-$10,000 Investment percent '
thelay 7.12 chains south of the north line of the Guthrie-$100.000 land company company.; $200- 1 ;;-n : ,
section. thence southerly XS2 chains to 000 manufacturing company. LU
eInZic a stake at the southwest corner of saLl NEWS Keystone-$20000 cotton gin. 7O0IR. .Penssroli .,,...Ar :; : '' '
Beaver$25 000 land company. 7:13 .. ..,.ooeorUk... .. ...1O 55 'l- '
& >
) 77S acres thence eastward 50 chains. South Carolina. ........ _)...... ... 7:15 ... ...Oall Point. .. : '
thence Bcauftrt-Phosphate mines. : ? ) -
northwest 't--
to a stake at the .
'rls east corner of the north H of said south- --" Greenville$ 000 lumber company. i TI i : ..-. .. .. .. ..ToJamra.. .. ... ...._. ..'IO5$ '
'l.'l5i Tennessee. .. .. ... 10:23.. t '
ifc *
y acres thence westward 8 .1047
27 chains
to Arrived. Chattanooga' -$10,000 engineering com : .. 4..MiilsL. .. ,...... : ., ... ; !
point of beginning : pany. i .
containing LIT i .
o.was Jl.00 and other valuable considerations acres- Vidar. Nor ss, Arnesen, 1084, Sugua Johnson .City-$10,000 .manufacturing Deposit your money in ... .. ...Harp., Cr .. ,
la Grande to Hyer Bros. company S : cent. when the : .. .. .Oalt City.. .. ..... '
:ob- Pensacola Lodge, No. 42. F. &. A. M. King. Oscar II, Nor bk, Johnsen, Aashvllle-$10,000. sand and 'gravel per : .. .. .Multom.. .. s...,. : .... ..rjo3 : ;'
and Pensacola' Lodge. No. 4%. F. A A. 5!. 752 Rosario to A. Zelius. company. ings Association will .

ben Regular 4 at communication 7:20 p. m. Thursday, October Freddie Heucken Am seh, Bryant, lit.SheibyvUle Pleasant-Ice-Manufacturing.factory.Texas. company. bearing interest at 5 per : .. ... ,, ,.OoodR&age.-... Holts.. .. ...... .. -t.MuIIlgan. -

nail B M. .SOLOMON. 475, Havana to master' Dallas Cotton able S:80: .. ., .... .. ?. ,. .... .: .... : '
T. E. HAKVEY. Secretary. Kirkstall Br S3, Hinde Colon to company.liexia-. factory;; $300,000. land semi-annually. i : .. 8:38. .Crestvlw.. .. .. i
W.
M. master. : -$10.000 investment company. H. a DeSILVA, A. GREENHUT. J. 8:56: .. .. .Deer Land.. .. .. ', '
Domira, Br sell Reddle. 2001, St Houston-$100,000 oil .$25,000 President. Vlce-Presld- .9:04-----8:1- '
company
NOTICE.The. lumber 'DeSllva. : 8:10. .. ..Mossy Head .. .. .. :
Pensacela Electric Lucle to master.. company $10,000 automobile com Dlrectors-H G. A. '
Company have pany. Clubbs, C. H. Dorr, O. E. Maura, .DeFunlak Sprlnes.. .... 4 :
reef to removed 329:) Brent to temporary building once rooms. 325 Cleared. Harrold-SOOO cotton gin. 43 South i .Argye! .. .. .... 7:44........ 42
Vidar, Nor ss, Aruesen 1034 for Pecos City-$ 0,000 sine mining
J. W. LEAFLET com : ] .. Ponce DeLeoa.. .. .. : ... '
oae for Manager. Mobile In ballast.Irthlmgton .. pany.Texarkana-UOOOO Amusement,-com ...... ............... .... .... : .Westvin .. ._ ..,. yy ., C:20 cso ,
Br ss, Roulftnac, 1840. S
'
, GLASS Itany.Fort CaryvlUe.. .. .. .. : .. : '
of AND GLAZING. for London. with 1.221492 a ft sawn Worth-$4,800 amusement. com .9:44.: Bonifay.. ...... $: i _..., -

rse E. B. WELLS. 10 E..!jNTENDENCIA.CREWi timber 177.7S9 lumber 348,283 s ft pany.Bryan-$29,000, lumber company. City of Pensacola : .Cnipl y.. .. .. ,.... : .. : -

ne. NOTICE.. lumber. New Caney-$25.000 lumber company. ..Aroock., .. .. ... : ... : ,
>oe. Neither the Captain. Ownersnor Sailed. I Llano Itasca--$10,000$25.000 hardware lumber company. Denomination UOOO.OO eacH. Dated ;..Cottondale.. ... : ... :

Ins Consignees of the Belle Vldar. Nor ss, for Mobile. I Robert Lee-$5.000 hardware company.company.. 1st 1936. Redeemable an. is t. 19:6. ;.. : & & .. .. .. 6:0 .... Z:53 & r
-nj 6 Isle will be responsible for IN I Atlanta-$50,000 lumber company. WE 'OFFER FOR SALE THESE : ..Cypress.. .. ...... : .. i f. i
VESSELS PORT.Steamship
ones of debts said contracted vessel by the Crew I Cape Charles-Virginia.Fertilizer factory .AMOUNTS TO SUIT : Ridge.* .. ... .. 3:07 'at' .

T.L* Palfaro. Capt. Ivanhoe-$100.000 furnace.' !- ..Sneads.. .. ....... 5:33.: .. ,.... ;4 J Z *
GULP TRANSIT CO.. Conaignees.COFFEE Belle Isle, French sa, LeBarre, Norfolk-$50,000 construction.company. The Peoples : '15 Junction j'

1354, Cotte ,to.ruM Transit CoR The Raven Plains-$50,-000$5,000 coal laundry. : 7:40 .. .. LT I 5:10..33p .<-
company.
n. SAlrmarsh- : "Rr s!)', lrar&__n. iIarion-450 table factory. Pensacola; M W<
- %319. Tampa to Gulf Transit Oo. West Vlrclnla.. .
i Ivie Ibex Br. ss.. Rinks 1729 Hamburg Central City-$25,000 lumber:company. tl and trains 3 sad 2 carry through sleeping ear txtw&jj "4.- "
to order. via River Junction and Seaboard Air Line. : 1it

Irtlington, Br.,.ss, Ronfflgnac 1840 NOTICE. 56.TVduL naL -: :
Pt. Arthur to Rlx! 'M. Robinson. ,. .. -------a i//
Tugela Br. ss, NlcnoU. 2141 Cardiff Principal lackey win be at school.No.
are the Pionoor 1LBaars&Co. 1 on Thursday; and Friday of this week, Citizens :.-
to between 9.00 and 1 o'clock.' to examine COMPANY. train will be received only for points
Coffee Roasters of Ships. pupils.who have not yet been classified. .C Peasaoola' beyond Big Bayou, and will not be received I. k
Avantt Nor stop Anderson, 1648 N. B COOK. ", up,. later than 7:05 a. m. AQ. other q

West Fle"'a.r London toorder.Ferreira, 31 County Supt a.* W.Wr4gt. X B4 &eajr. T.K.waues. \ Schedule-steam: later Week than Day 3.50 trains p. leaving m.. carry PenacoU freight not for -V:-tw" '1

Port ship, Barros, '506.. Lisbon HARGISPHARMACYHAS M banana.i AXmQ mo Car Schedule, any point but freight -win not be received 1!.. "
: 19,1906. later than 20 minute before scheduled '
to master.Canada : .
departure of trams. The >:09 a. in. 'i; !
Br. ship Spurr, 2237, Rio PHONE WORKINGTo ',"' AND BIG Sunday train may carry light perishable "..41" f
r GHUGH'S BLENDS JaneIro'to Pitch Pine Lumber Co: freight under some ctrcum aDIUJiT special /1 ."u,

Ingrid, Nor. ,ship. Dannell 1260. the Pnblic: We beg to announce : permission. Electric not t I
y- to McK, Oertlng & Co. that our phone, No. 88, is now In workIng MUCH DAMAGEAT Lv. Big SaYo"-. carry freight or packages of any description .
Antwerp ? order and all orders will be given ; Ct a.m. 10.ao p.m. except medicine urgently need-* c. '
Itai Tassara. i581 London ed. Shippers are requested to bear the. ; ,
have equal. A trial Lena, ship our usual dispatch. 7:80 a-m. *1140 p.m.I I
no In mind that inconvenience ,
to order. Soctlt HARGIS PHARMACT. 840 a-m. regulation ,. !
ANDERSON be cansed.
may not
'30
ayt. convince the connoisseur Bark*. : :SO a-m a.m. These freight regulations subject fo ;" 't
Alfhild. Swed. bk,. Svensen. 1332, S :29 am. change without notice. ,it "
that we :JO .m. Any further information regarding pas- -f'- .
master. p
Durban to
tf
1 SO had by applying to the general oiac of fs.
p- mak no extravagant Andrea Nor' bk. Quale.' .J14, Durban Soeclat to The JournaL I I Ii i 2:10 p.m.p.m. the company. 'Pi4..'- .
master Passengers are earnestly requested to ""- .
7. to W. t:JO
L-Anderson
: Anderson, Oct. wan: pm. J
claims. !. WE :Avegno 1477. Genoato 4:00 p-m.: promptly report to the general office any '
d. Avon Its .. visited Thursday by a severe wind I Inattention to duty or discourtesy on
t-: of and to make .. .
master. and rain storm and a verj high tide, : : the part employee specific .
ts, Hausken. 1100 I criticisms of service. ,
Campbell, Nor bk something like six feet t:%S p.m. I
which rose JOHN W LEADLET.Manager. -
Wholesale' and Retsl1GRO.CER.S) Stavanger. to',McK. Oertlng & Co. above'normal All the wharves 'Wereb&dl1' ] at : t:00 p.m. I '
< .
30
557. p.m.
Chacma .Nor. ,bk Jorgensen. I :
damaged and some are total 7:00 p.m. -
113'th
Fleetwood to order. wrecks. It played havoc with the I 7 JO p-m. I ? 1'f
,t- Hereford' Nr bk.,. Jensen. 1380 naval 800 pnv
and
lumber yard GA.FLA.&ALA.RY.CAPITOL
Rosario to order. Sale-Davis Co., I ':30 p.m. I .

Helmdal. Nor. bk., Hensen, 1354: THE GREAT FOX. stores are scattered_ all over Fannen ROUTE-SHORT LINE .
'
and a11'kinds of Feed Hull to order.Humberto bayou. had. LA ,AND FORT I Tallahassee, Fla., to Atlanta. ;
railroad Just placed
onh
Stuffs.Pluto i Span.. bk -1111, ,Battle.Havana Has. "been tried for years by 'men who cross The ties new and rails for distance of A I Ga. S ,
to order. use their machines every'hour Lv. I '
Fort
in the Barrancas.I '
and most of this will FREIGHT
' mile ROUTE YOUR
r. 1020 nearly a !
/
San-
Lilla. Nor Ik. Aanonsen,.] ,. day and found to stand the hardest. use have to be.worked over, some of the 11a.m.:00 Lm. to I .-s-
tos to and
iI ordert do the best
work.
4 Lluis Uruguayan bk.. Lopez "700, If ties having be washed: away. Waterrose 1J-15 p-m. Southwest Georgia and West .
your typewriter' got wet. don't try In the saw mill,on : !.ot P.UI. <
t WaterWholesale Havana to order. to repair It, when It is a Fox butt trade to knee deep 6:14 pm. Florida.Via !' .
Maria, Ger' bk French. 1022 Kings it in for a new ,Pox, the point. : 7:00 p.m.
,11 Lynn to masterS '. in writing for two thatfaguaranteed All the stores in and around Anderson >':M.p.m. -'

Noach VI. Swed bk,.Burgfeldt. 1260- work, and ail repairs years free. to You do' perfect sustained losses, but not to any'great. Pensacola at 7:11 Steamer Lines, Carrabelle ,
saG -and RetaiL Port Natal toordeL.Olivarl. both models visible can see .amount.. It rensacola and
ItaTbk. Costa, G Doa' to or : and regular, price Anderson's population has increas on passengers for Fla.
JIM by calling at 21
Brent Bow. Also Bayou. Stem train
con'Jlderably by the arrival of sev-; and '
d.. everything sporting at t.10 pt nL, L
New Orleans-Grocery-ft) der.Superb, 'Nor bk, Ulfch. 1934.. Ant-. goods. ei-aI new families, and .before long we Bayou and Pen &- GA., FLA. & ALA. RY. I '
: from be
verp .to A.,Zelius &Co ; will:have a littte city, paaeengera .
service Tatlahaa ,.
steam traias will Low rate* quick to -
SchoonerThnn& *.' Mr., John ,Maddox Is receiving thecongratulations .eiectrie car make ... and Qulocy, Fla., Balnbrldoe. Artier : .
idp Christina:Am:'sch McLeod' F.; : .from his many friends ton and Cuthbert, Ga.For .
B.
Jas. McHugh 165.; Belize.to 'master. BRUCE. the,occasion being the arrival at his, and notice.regulations Rats and Inform*t lot* wrtt to

Hjaimar. Am sefa. ,'Ardam. ,-55..Tam- home of a little girL j do _Regulations.: J. H. McWILLIAMS,. '
Phone 1 05. Pr Drletor. ; to order -- i NEW BRENT: BUILDJ.NO._ .;.-Mr.- fba&ley EUia>has aa .heir at],it; I : *. the J-15 a, m. a .F. A P. A, BaJnftrUg*,
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t .. ( Citizens' ; tbt heat This crowds
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ht.:: .\' t' aside and a new roof is being ; Who ,,pa1pi. +. ".of.th. heart, ,:F AndTaft'WHl' .Take Up His. i
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tit : stockWe are still The Citizens R l '-- ; -

y i i '\ ,: sending our many customers, Vessels Cannot ;' times its good : Seepsia Cure ; ng'.Wee1c-
supplied a great -
r, y : and'wantthem all to come,in food and A ". 222
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Sink. clothing. DIGESTS THAT TOO EAT SOUTH. PAUFOX STREET
is, ::: iand. see the fine line of fall t as far east as p IfakMrin': 'PRoctto.NGS.

I s, Mss were furnished the strain.a1f the, heart, .
1 t..A: '\ goods we have. We have '. '.. Wash jton, D., C.. ,Oct %.Strong life and relief was ,contributes nourishment GOfTfO ON VinTKOUT A- HITCH CLOTHES-- -==:

i.t-F. r; t storm shoes, rubber shoes measures will be taken by the Nary people of nzth 'and health to.every IN CUBA--STTUATION WAS CLEANED AND PRESSED.
Department to prevent the recurrenceof There are still .at To have your tan and winter
Refieves I di- etottp
N il f( \ ." umbrellas, rubber coats, crav- warship accidents such as'have occurred places large: 01 Dyspepsia the body. Sour Stom TKREATEN3NQ AT C1NFU EGOS good cleaned condition pressed, and MIld repaired them toi and.DM h
,
on
k\C "* altogether too often In recent and clothing and do everything In that Una and W!
enettes etc.
*, months. In January two of the battleships supplies as. possible Belching, Gas oa Stomach., -- BEFORE MARINES ARRIVED. our work. Ladies' work a spedaitriw rnarant
I X + starting for the manoenvers all Stomach troubles.DeMra .' .. tlemen's membership rates $ sii
day.Many month. An work called: lor and 4en-J: S
03 Cuba collided and were laid up for very d Phone U73.
< s repairs. Norfolk was next'the'sceneof had hesitated about By AnocIated'PreM.. ESCAMBIA PRESSING
a collision between two torpedo accepting relief, ,Iowa. Havana, Oct. .%.-iPreaident Palma 9 E. INTENDENCIA STREET CLUB.

boats in,which one barely escaped day. It ia' hope years ago I was afflicted today'yi:;ate i the, palace and Governor WALTER MOULTON MANAGESMEN .
fTHE' I sinking Then the..Rhode Island'got help win' apply at
: residence -
icdlcestloa n much tt Taft win take :np his
into trouble again and her captainhas headquarters in ARE
I:1 JOHN WHITE STORE LEARNING THAT
.
ta continual paia., After the week. Disarmament BY
been suspended from duty for six is intended to help there during BY LIFE ASSURANCE

: months for grounding his vessel off serving and who are my aaart was affected proceedings, are,going, ono without a incomes are maintains ,
the Virginia coast,last May The'collision I bad smothering sensations. hitch In the Tidaityi 'of Havana. protected debts secured cndereipoe mortgage!

between the Alabama and the bottles'of'Eodol coed a*. Elsewhere they have, not.' begun.; enterprises guarded, business rendered
: Specialists In Men's and-Boys'Wear Illinois off Newport was an even more
\ .
safe investment given
,
USSST HUM.Otr to permTalae &
While there Is:'sonje question as
serious affair. Two of the officers: of
and capital
( tt ARE RE preserTed. A poq:;
the Alabama have been recomended .A 'Mtfo ceaIal Iii 'Whether the .d Mrm'ament will be aecomplisihed Hn THE EQUITABLE does a.1i'tJ3.!
Phoneys 205-207 ,8.-PALAFOX for court martial Lastly the grounding a a.ch a &Oil tl1alw in the Qenfuegos region and more-i>roTides for the family jf.
of the cruiser Boston off the coast ,Prsra.l at.L.ttnlltr7" wit;pnt some friction, no oppositionof ter roar death. Send us your IBM
I of Washington has still,further added DeWItt"c.,c.iap, U.S {. consequence' is anticipated. age and address.KNOWLES .
to the list of accidents 'already too TO PAY /IKews from Cfenfuegos, Santa Clara
long. province Is that the_ ,450 marines BROS.. InsuranceTypewriters.
Th have centered attention arrived too '
mishaps from -Havana none soon
SALE BY
FOR
eN/Ieee1.. ...... ." ,......................;..t on the means of safety with as'the situation was.becoming threat-
which all new United States brittle- PHARMACY.. cuing caused partly by ,dissatisfaction ..
MERCHANT: i ships are provided in the' form of # of the volunteers over the prospects .
II\'J'R. electrically operated power doors. An of being disbanded -wKh pay for
ex-naval officer who is thoroughly familiar oqjy the actual.time served and partly -i
The best Standard Typewriters
;! Do you want to sell more. goods? Ever : with this subject 'says:' "It. is by uneasiness of-,the revolutionist for ten days only at a treat sacriSa oSercj

+L w notice how>> the crowd all go to the. _storethat :(practically impossible to carry'out the 'WATER lEfT surrounding' the city. for cash
!collision quarters drill in & really effective In Santiago province the revolutionary One Remington. No. 7. Been used
is brilliantly lighted i :i t manner and close .all watertight Subscribers 'to movement has caused lack of C months perfect condition' JJ.S1
work and actual 1feriDg. One Far Socles No. 6- Fine condition -
: LfQHT YOUR STORE WITH i t period doors by hand.and hatches. With ,within'Lbn a Arm'safe Should Hand The disarmament&1 commission sent .:u..._u_......._..." .,.. .1s.1I
One Underwood No. 4. Been need
electrical power doors the"means and IN from Havana began work today in three weeks. B raa'new .........k.1UOne
:r. 1: Ctr.lAS ARC LAMPS : method of avoiding a catastrophe are To-Day STANDr the vicinity Santa Clara city and Itt

I entirely different. When the ship en- 'expected that a thousand of Pino dition No. .7..BUckeoderfer.._,......u...-..Good... "..con.....11t.1tOne
They give more light and better than will
for
; light ters a dangerous locality the officer Mittee Guerra's men be entrained No. S. Fox. Practically bran
; any other lighting agency and at smaller .1 of the deck closes all the doors from their.homes in Plnar del Rio tomorrow I new ...................-......... .SI.I
from & point: near Havana. The One No. 3 Fox. Been used two
:the bridge oy means of the emergency PIPE ........
installs
;: cost. $7 lamp. i : provisional government is considering month SiC a
I
!station connected with motors on Chairman Sol One No. nF.-nrbi.e: Been ;;;dI
b each :door by 'electrical 'conductors. i whether it'is wise to sendan escort two months ..,...._..._-__....... .tStJJ ,
: Committee' requests of twohundred marines on the
, Pensacola das :l iHe knows that doors have '
CompanyPhone the re-
,
: and wQ offer tt
train to the .c1tJ' of plant" del Rio alov-:1or'"te
to the relief fund :; ]
.. sponded by the glowing'of the indicator days only, for cash
: 148. 24 and 27E. GarJsn Street. ,:. lamps at the station. paid to do so' at ? Structure So Bad- with Major the Ladd homeward-pound reports having insurgents.had no

; ., Tbej whole 'operation means that mittee intends h l trouble with the 'insurgent in Ha F. B. BRUCE
p : ,:ceeeooee.eeoieeeeee...... ........eeeee.ee......: 'the ship is made safe in time; that day to check up its Injured That It Will vana province, many actually laying ,
'I the bulkhead doors vital to her safe- down their arms other retaining 21 Brent BuHdlft;. .
-
-- -- where It stands.
.. :ty can always be closed and the ship ,. *Not Hold Water.' their rifles.
--
tendered unsinkable. The Victoria- Many people
I I I Camperdown disaster could: not be duplicated tions to the..fund, b;
Florida and Alabama
4 I.
Coal and Ice for Sale Winter and Summer.Get them and the o
i with any of our new ships
stand of the Pen- POST OFFICE AT j tr
immense pipe )
i r for the reason that their commanders with more '
before placing orders. We out and collect in Water Company on North Pal- LAND COMPANY
our prices your i always have at hand a means of closing go
; furnishes the city
,
veil Jellico and Alabama best coal the bulkhead doors without regard The subscribers which HARRIS
'Galloway lump 'I' to what the crew may do.I ." money to Chairman unless it is pumped di GONE Manufacturers of J
We still maintain our up-to-date ice delivery I Roberts or any tnei been so badly injured that r and Dealer In: J
mittee. not hold water. This was the I LUMBER SAWED CYPRESS SHIS
system. Our price for ice on platform at factory is made to the Board of Public t ULES AND KILN-DRIED SAP. .
F 25 cents per hundred pounds or over. Phone 232. last night when that, body Special.to Th: Journal)
1 t'P'
Harris, Oct.The: Harris post-
II! DeFURIIAKSpecial II IIII in regular session with
cr Iw office and,store was destroyed by the
See and
s& ora Company Ingraham present presiding a ,hurricane of Wednesday and Thurs- GULF CITY COFFEE ,CO,. C

.Factory,. Corner Garden and Manresa Streets. stated.that the stand pipe had day. Mrs. A. O. Harris lost all she
H. P. CHIPMAN,
Manager.
had.and.barely escaped with her life.
P. O. Box, 42 2.. Phone. 232. !II *e The Journal. ,' badly, Injured hold water by the and storm that The family stayed in the house and Roasters Blenders and Shippers of
;: %.It has
!: T-r = ?'t"'L. r I DeFuniak Springs Oct., been In this condition since tried to save what they could remaining
been raining part of the time for the although efforts are being .untH the waves crushed the frontof Fine CoffeesOUR
---- -- --- ----
last S6 hours and by the government the house and came as high as
L4.1' ELECTRIC AND SUPPLY COMPANY'I gage 9.20 hundredths rain falL The make The city's repairs water with brick supply and is their waists and they were knocked COFFEES ARE SOLD BY ALL

W. T. BEDWELL. PRES. AND MANAGER. man who has the gauge says there ed' by a direct pressure from their feet br; the wind. They GROCERS GIVE THEM A TRIALTo
F {'arM to do all eiectrv-al repairing-on! short notice! Ring phone 570 and a has never been such A rain since he took refuge in an old feed room at the
n J JtatlU win 01.- ",W. T.' BldweH. President"and' Manner 2C5 S. Baylen Is much greater than if it came
r. : has been keeping the gauge. The ,rear of the lot from where they were
a r! pipe.
rain came in gusty showers or shoots. rescoed., They are. now staying with
board decided to
appoint
I a
The wind has blown fiercely also in to investigate Into the mat Mrs. MarthaCondon.- the PublicFree
softened
gusts and the ground being
once and, report at a special I'
I by the rain: some small trees have I of the board which will be
H.] G. DeSSLVA & COMPANY (been. uprooted and the cane all leans The contract for or t : ,to the west at half mast. This Is the disposal of garbage /-
worst storm in ten months. by the Board of
The engine and tender of the accommodation afternoon. The bo BEING SHIPPED
i s Can fill orders for lumber, sash, doors, window train went off the track meeting; yesterday

i Glass and all material. ,, ," here drift- of yesterday sand on morning the track.caused by' a ceived fact bidders a large for the CAPPS To those who have caatratfed tihabit .

!I We won't be able to make" special work Mrs. W. L. Cawthon and her son ous and the board SAUNDERS &: CO. COMPLETED of taking ae or see: of ti.
and children were expected last night. from among the dangerous advertised recedes this
WHARF YESTERDAY
for a few days. Send your 'orders. I We suppose they will get in when the i can carry out the AND communication Is Firttaiiirty' address
the train comes. "She has been at by the city. SENT OUT. -BIG SHIP- ed.If
!Hendersonrille for the summer es- The board, after' THE. \ you tare. some 0: tie various s>

Phone 11. H. G. DeSILVA & CO. !eeping the heat and 'enjoying.' the cool decided to meet a MENT. called tonics dyspepsia remedies
liver stomach' cures
mountain air. when the contract ; kidney or cure:
"' Mr: and Mrs. Murray:- and Charlie for Insomnia 12 yen are ta the hati t,
-il and his wife and Bart have gone to Red snappers are again being shipped of taking daily doses of 2ervesceat! :
=---- -- - ----- Georgia, with their merry-go-round- to'i'" NAVY YARD from Pensacola. A large shipment salts for the nen-es. or cathartics for

n need have no terrors for youif attend fairs. Then have several con- was sent, out yesterday the constipation noses advertised tit
l'AfASU Ity send tracts and expect to be gone several. firm of E. E. Saunders & Co, who suffered clear the blood take away p;mp'et! ,
I !L J you your washing to weeks. Two immenselyfrom the hurricane: clear the skin, etc, 'apparently Mr'-
I The New Method Laundry, Miss Ere Stubbs has returned from III but who showed pluck and energy.i less but highly dangerous advertised
t".on> 1186 E. W. LAWRENCE. Prop. he. flettl..LaD.tfrJ,EUj. ei.dili.laL her vacation widen was spent' In I of Repairing Damage, and when one.or their vessels reached. headache cure*-then we say try v*
.; AGENTS WANTED.! Greenville end Montgomery Ala. She tIt here with a cargo they were ready: to' without.a cent of cost to you.1&XOOC .
c T 'jL:==_-_-__----- -----. ,----_ -- .___--_._ is looking fine and reports a splendid Will ProbablySoon handle the fish. people die annually in Amen
tim She Is in the office at "central" It The workof, rebuilding Palafox tea from the use of dangerous tin*
t H I ready to answer all hellos. I Dress Begin. wharf temporarily as' far as. the fish ache heart and kidney remedies.
from BroQonia ia *r-&
PENSACOLA t OPERA Prof. Henry Rogers Is back- house was commenced Monday and absolutely harmless
; I his trip on the lakes )dng'uch improved I it '-, completed yesterday'morning". ;time, more ffective.as a cure for the above
X us11 I In health. He reports splendid for of the complaints than anything known "
A one wagons to"pass over It
a One Admiral Capps, chief of the
= MONDAY OCTOBER 8."CYCLONIC trip and himself ready for the i way with fish shipment at 10 o'clock Medial Practitioners. Net a patent
I|E opening' of school next, Monday ,morn- i j the custom of construction and repair : nostrum
.i flne. .. reached Pensacola Monday BENEFIT .STORM SUFFERERS. Cut.oat coupon at the bottom of tliJ:
.
t SUCCESS SOUTH AND : i ij I The T. L A. bus improved Lincoln .i't pay thirty ,- coming,direct from Wash article-send it to" us. Tea ...:1 receive
Park with a nice fence pointed, lars the to witness tie wreck wrought EAGLE'S SHIRT ,WAI3T BALL a package free of cost. Be nrl
|
,1; "THE CLANSMAN'S" REMARKABLE HISTORY. II a.tennis ground and a croquet- hite'l: ; navy yard by- the hurricane THURSDAY NIGHT. BARRIOS' OR- to write name and address plainly
*
... I The association has also put la s l h buy a 'suitBUILT night. CHESTRA. %* 2Oct $5,000. win be paid to anyone asscan
A \ : A millicn{ and a half people have seen the play. i so that visitors; can be comfortable; ;Ii chief of the bureau spent two show that Bromonia: is not absolutely
+' .A million and a half pecpls{ were turned away. when out to watch the games ,Somej! BX the yard and having AND GLASS GLAZING-' ; safe' to take. Formals faml!5-
f \ Box Office: records shattered In of the i made of tit 'damage, and Hospitals ***
4 every part country. are enjoying the games If one nay" E. B. WELLS. 10 E INTENDENCIA. ed to any physician.
;. 1 Five distinct .successful engagements in New York. Judge from appearances The H HOUSE to Washington wen posted doctors supplied in bulk free of char
.. conditions existing there. He .. .
An all-Summer run in Chicago. at least $100 for Dutt I --- -- -
pens'us.
I ex'i to the city last night 03. the
Record-Breaking Visits to Every Principal City in the United the park-in such'shape. The-T. : .
States. a musical entertainment. l ..> 'which was sent here FREE 85O01 A G03PDJ.
r. gage
So West lor'use o.UIe navy,
I night The procediags to go to the: easy,
; Specially selected cast of forty prinawls J. general Improvement fund. )'I., ,so, ofthevessels been left of- that.jdepart-- Name.:. .. ...........................
having
small army of supernumeraries j. is her I
I I. Mrs. O. Brown home from is stated Refreshing
,
.i i -SJlr h' and a troop of cavalry horses car- !I vacation, which was spent in Ohio. that repairing the ........
e kads of scenery. mechanic' ,jl andY II She reports a 'good "Yisitt though .! Pri e 'will Cappr commence returns shortly to' WashIng.after City. ............ .........
electrical a rr cct3.y $16.50 t
marred somewhat by the sickness of : that Instead cf dismissing
,t her' baby. FIt lack .of work as was done State.. .. "..'........................
-The Pensacola Journal Is receiving will pay weeksbefore ,the hurricane TheYc'S Jnd feeling so .
I much praise for its Sunday'lssne All additional will be ............
Clansman our fall and ones employ delightfully'refreshing My disease: is...........
{J cf its issues,Ere 1roJ:1hy.of': praise.
{: There is much interest In. the cpnv before as that ,given-.by well-
..
.......
..
j i in? lair and as the time draws near My nearest drajsist 1s In.
laundered .l linens
THOMAS t I the interest is Increasing. ThisIs. to TURE just
f. Jr., .
By : DIXON jib** the jsrestest ,fair Waldoa county: JOF<82 DEGREES such as' tidied,; out byTh ... .. ......
Frcm His Two Famous Novels.Clansman._--The"-,Lecpard's Spots'' and The {'with adjoining counties ever held. .. ..... ..... .. ..

(:Jlr. Storrs is tireless, and;:so are some ,
J maTfirnrn Address:
t temperature Pen-
'
Order seats by jna3, seadias re- at ,Star
your Steam
|other men In its lntcrestHang e :
.U
yesterday was degrees at
WARNING': | | I mittance with D1'deo.In this H. O
way you
:
'- Still avoid haTins to. pay exc ss1Tetrices' Marry 13, 'still "posting the .., while,the minlmumwas i9
7 : last iwork on the Murry welL The: depth/ ,at 6 a.: EL.. Tne' rainfall far Laimdry' Bromonia Companyj
to ;
speculators as was the case season.
Is now ;2vO feet and: still they.are going tL noas ending at-7 a.
;
H."Brennan.
Direction of George down,for more water :: -? morning ':was %.18 37.E.Garden+t : 6S3 Broadway New York
StPhone"114
PRICES, 50c to $1.50. Mrs. Burke-left' }fODday-for Green- .c I .. &ast year*.on-the same date .. Special sale DOW.bei:1g seta; J by BA- '
i Sate.cf Seats open's at Coe'*s Bookstore. Friday, October 5th YUle, -\1a.- with" her children. to visit" was 82 degrees and the Pensaccla, Fla.V1' NAH B1.0a.-WHOLESALE D.; .- ''
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'friends :; .' 74 degrees. '. UTEK5.
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Efi R MORE BUSINESS, AND BETTER, TIMES 1 IN PENSACOLA WITHIN THE NEXT i lit. ,,.




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.OO Muscogee Wharf t
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WESTERNUNION Wreck of three, ships east >Tarragona' ; street wharf jammed behind several acres THE' CITY AND SENT TO THE NAVY t{

journedMeeting Held I' of-timber iiii"Teckage.. v YARD-URGENT NEED OF BEDS J

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I. Last Night. CLOTHING.


- o Fftcf.AlS FORJYFtpt I VALUABLE The members of the-Citizens Relief those who can make donations of this {:?;- ,I 1

TAX TWELVE MILLSIncrease THE PENSACOlA s WORK Committee spent another busy day nature. 1 ,, I
yesterday and when .nightfall came Letter From Paymaster Pyne. J i !
YIN LIGHTS, I'REVRICKf1)) they had relieved the Buffering of Yesterday morning the committee .t 1

% .. .t.- ,HCQMNB many poor families furnishing them received the .;following self-explana'! ..". .
with, food and clothing;, as well as tory letter: .4 :
o of Mill Dueto'Re,.- CHAllENGE OLREIENUE.CUTTERS [ sending _,large quantities bf\clothingto "C./S.. 2&y. Par OOce Pensacola 'l\ r. : I
J i ..\ .".Mt :..... :, k : \ Warrington to be distributed there. Warrlngtonr, Oct 2,1906. j f .1"
t;
; ..c nt'Stonn.- Mme.Several .u The government: fa' caring;lor!the "The Chairman Pensacola Relief ," .. ; l; .
the reservation far Committee: -1 i' '
sufferers on po .;
o( 'e rW Reach, .. : s j as food.1 ,concerned,.but'(elotbtng:for Dear Str>-The greatesLnedl of the I" :
I ORDINANCE GRANTING RIGHT CUPu:' Either Swept Into'Sea or the C about two hundred is needed. The destitute people of Warrington and. .: j' t )
feLL Here To-Day to Look committee .'.yesterdaythrough the the naval teservatIon is '!or women ;,,t ''I
FOR STREET RAILWAY TO kindness of Lieut. Bryan of the cutter I and children's clothing and shoes. '. ,
Over Situation. Structures Badly Damaged Penrose, sent several large bun- Any of these which can be spared by f
OWNERS OF BEACH HAVEN bles of 'clothing for"'women and children your' committee, will -be gladly .re-' i l
fS KNOCKED .OUT .- AMENDED Won By Kearsarge In Racesat V by Stonri.i Vlinona, Fessenden and Pen- ;to the yard for distribution.' ceived. i v. ).
'
that "The wilt"attend to"
It was noticeable'yesterday' 'government Issuing .
BUDGET NECESSARY" SINCE Several officials of the Western Bar Harbor, September rose Assisting.the Re- the calls for food were' less frequent provisions to such as may need ) i : + 1
\\L. Union Telegraph Company will reach DAMAGE TO FORTS McRAE, BAR !: than heretofore,'.and but few men them. 3 4 f-: J
HURRICANE; MANY IMPORTANT Pensacola to-day.. Among them Rill '15. lief Committee. came to headquarters, but there is a "There are about 200 or 250 people; i y
- le General Superintendent of Con- RANCAS AND PICKENS WILL AGGREGATE Mg demand for clothing, as many in great need of clothing. i' 1
MATTERS CONSIDERED:. struction Bristol of New York; General families' lost everything they had "Respectfully. "+ ,
Foreman McLaren ;of Atlanta $57,000-REPORT OF seeking .safety from the hurricane ina "T. G. PYNE, t t

and Superintendent* .Lloyd-also. of Atlanta ADMIRAL EVANS ADVISES CHAIRMAN DROWNINGS AT McRAE ARE OFFICIALLY SEARCH OF, THE COAST NEAR hurry and not stopping to search "Paymaster U. S. Navy." ,
At the adjourned meeting of the MADE for clothing.A As soon. as possible after the receipt ', _
(city 'council 'last night many Important The officials' 'wilI'rea h here early OF CUP COMMITTEE RELA : CONFIRMED.New PENSACOLA A.IS. BEING few families have also been supplied of this letter the committee sent ": ; ,, .: :
this morning and look over' the situation FOR PURPOSE' OF RELIEVINGANY with beds and bedding, and the clothing for about two hundred to the' = ; i
matters were disposed of, the with a view "to', 'rushing the TIVE TO THIS YEAR'S CONTEST committee will be glad to ,hear fromEng'r. yard on the Penrose. \ ;. ., i
principal being the receipt and acceptance work of reconstructing: their lines. SUFFERERS FROM STGRM i
of the report' of the city Many of the wires and poles were FOR TROPHY-STANDARD RACING Orleans Oct Forty-four
[tax and blown down by the storm and these lights either swept into the sea and 'WHO MAY BE DESTITUTE.. i
assessor board of .equalization CON' 11 '
CUTTERS USED BY lost or the structures so badiy damaged H. H. Jeannette Dies
tie5e : defeat of the ordinance provid are to be placed In Condition at onceEl : that no lights can be shown and .

nng for t an electric railroad through TESTANTS. four light houses keepers drowned:
\Certain streets of the'city "with extension The revenue cutters are rendering from m.

1is5S. during last week's hurricane is the Injuries ReceivedEngineer :
to the Beach'' Haven ,property report made by United States Lighthouse much valuable assistance to the relief

the 1 increase of taxation by one mill\ EJECTED H [ ALLGIRBABE Admiral Robley D. Evans commas Inspector Scars of Now( Orleans -! committee and to the storm sufferers.Fear f I
Winona.
on account of tae recent hurricane derin' -cbief of the Atlantic fleet, has There are in port the '
3os. "of iS22fl: stnden and Penrose, and when not H. H. Jeannette one of ville for attention and although it ..
and reOOmmendations
: 'at the acceptance written Chairman Palmes, regarding J t.se lights were located on the In work about the city It is the oldest engineers in point of service was known that he- was seriously Injured ,
finance committee relative to the -Pensacola challenge cup announc- coast and adjacent Islands between engaged '
is ,
& Nashville
esItj to .rl1h'ea.long' on the Louisville encouraging reports were received
masters ;
) appropriations The for, the. year 1906. : ing the winner In the race this year. the mouth of the Mississippi ever and the intention the coast of the and keep a. sharp I;dead 'as a result 'of the Injuries he each day from his bedside, until .J.!
:lti meeting was .calledto rder at E The cup was presented the fleet on Mobile. Mr. Sears did not ii.votig&ie vessels t received last week when his' engine Tuesday afternoon when word
:7:30: with for wrecks or .
Mayor and Alderman lookout any
or, : Bliss one of its visits"several years since, the' lighthouse losses between Mobile went'into one of the'washouts oa the reached here that his condition had
Cahn Christie, >lXAlemberte, Mc- end each there is a race between and Pensacola. He has not made that may be In distress. '
year yet Southern Alabama division.- The remains grown more serious. Yesterday tae
tosp Rugh Shaw; Yonge, Watson, Maura, Ren- the ships for the trophy whichare nubile an estimate ot the money loss I The Penrose Penrcse has Busy.been busy I were brought to his home here painful news reached here that he
spTh Reilly and Wright The cutter
present. looked forward to with eagerness by, Involved. yesterday afternoon. 'and win be had expired at 11 o'clock Tuesday
Th each
nd ? minutes of previous meetings from morning till night days .
the' The letter received by to Forts. t
'* BIDS men Damage placed at rest this afternoon at 3:SO night
the
ere read and approved. : since the hurricane. She escaped .
01' j Chairman Palmes Is as follows: Washington Oct. 3.-From Major the marine railway o'clock. The remains were met at Flomaton
Tax'MHaament. "United States Flagship Maine Tar! General Wade, commanding the eastern' blow by being on '
services The train en which Engineer Jeanette yesterday afternoon by representatives
Under her
a the-nero of
suspension of the rules the and owing to
:ro repOrt of tax and get Grounds;, Sept 27. 1906. .1 division at New York comes fur 1 launched 'Immediately, and was engineer was, known as No. of the Knights of Prthlas and ,
the assessor board she was 'k'
cf.1c1. of equalization ft "Mr. M. P. Palmes chairman Pensa ther details of the damage wrought i excellent seri 7, bound for Pensacola from<,over the Brotherhood of Locomotive Engineers "!.
was heard, the recapitulation I I since then.has rendered
of assessments on real Board of Works Decided to cola Cup Committee, Pensacola. by the hurricane at southern army i vice In bringing families from Southern Al&1ama.' It was In chargeof and'accompanied to the city. ..i J
Florida: posts. I I polot'f Conductor Meade Wilson of this Many In the city will be pained to '
estate to u.
as.'a'ppro'ved by the council along thcarrvl"S bay and sound .
e
{e \ "Dear SIr- The commanding officer at Fort also learn of the death of Mr. Jeannette !
te "" as follows:. Readvertise for. Bids, to clothing and food to.those In;city who was painfully Injured. ;;}
to Old City .'_ .. .. .. .. 3486260.00 "L Referring to the challenge cup Barrancas Pensacola confirms the re-!!need ilnd being .of general service j When the train neared Monroe the who was liked by all with whom.be .H,
e'!mont Numbering ... 1.4S2.370.0071U60.00 now in the First Squadron; of the pert of the drowning of Quartermaster officer engine went Into a big washout and acquainted. He leaves a wife-. r II-IIwas IIt
be Monday. ; Bryantluucommanding
Opened i
its King Tract .. : ... ,J.\. Battleship fleet which was presented Maurice Oberlgnder!Lieut.and CapL/JBoreno 'bane entered Into;!Engineer Jeannette was taken out bad- and, a number of sons and daughters .' f"
; Kew City .." .. :. .. .. 1010315.00 r by> the citizens of Pensacola' to the and Private Rev. A. Jordan both of?their work,'with much spirit and have!ly injured. He was taken to Monroe- ,to mourn his loss. -l-r, '> ,
ooe rest King Tract .. .. 239690.00 At the aiijoumed meeting of the battleship squadron, I take .'pleasureIn the 22nd company of coast a-tmery. i! wherever they thought the Tea- ::t& ..' ;' -:
Dallas Tract .. .. .. I Board' 'CPubllc. Works held last informing you that boats from the The bodies were not recovered. cone
mterson! : Addition.0... '.. .. 30630.00.16,180.00East I igb.f night,: all The bids' for the re". eight battleships of. this squadron: The quartermaster steamer Toe' 'sel j could The be of Winona any service Here.: The Colored Ministers Were |i .1

0r ifaxent Tract ... .. .. 334,350.00 movel and disposal ofgarbage'duringthe pulled for this cup at Bar Harbor, was saved through the splendid work I I The Winona; which has been proml- \
nelson Tract' .. ".. .. n6'50,00 next twelve monthsi were ,1E; 't- September 15, 1906. of the captain and crew. The launch' I
saving
,. 'Rater\ Front ,. .. .... 528360.00 ed. The board opened the .bids at its t Icellent I "2. All, four races: were most ex Mendenhall was washed ashore And lives neat during along the'.torm the coast by, reached many port Opposed to -'Clansman" '| 1
d regular meeting'Tuesday night; but ones and the winning :boats lies'wltli boiler displace1 and connections morning coming from Mo

. Total .. .. .. .. .. ...'8076365.00 decided to take.'' no 'act1qu.towards were closely followed by the others broken. yesterday bile. Captain Hanks the commandIng i":
Not\ subject 'to fire tax.. '473360.00 awarding the Cottract"or'making' disposition i In all of them. The cup was won by 'The estimated loss at Fort McRae .,
Finance Committee. of the matter vunW another the Kearsarge, the boats from that is' 40,000, at Barrancas J5,00'J and officer has placed.hisWessd.at commItteeand The colored ministers of the city this city Oct 8th. Said play we be ".
There has been the disposal of the relief I were opposed to the production here Here, Is liable to destroy the pleasant
The finance committee reported meeting could l>e held: -This resulted ship having obtained .the greatest Pickens $12,000. no where there
tht ; and advertisements number of definite news from Fort Morgan, Mobile will go to any point of Thos: Dixon's play The Clansman relations now existing between the -
rejected points.
the.bond'of'Tbomas!. Johnson, as IJn .aI) bids being: either to
may be destitute families, ," and not in favor'of It. When i iI races we therefore petition ''>or 1
r Tae Assessor had been approved and I will be Inserted calling for 3. In this connection I have to inform since the storm. I' I ;
s'so' made report on varioniothet newbids to .beopened'next' Monday. you that since this cup was carry them tood.and clothing or, bring I they approached Mayor Bliss Tuesday honorable body to prohibit said play. )t "

natters! that had bsen referred to itIMI The bidders.were'as follows. : i 1|given standard racing cutters\ of exact CHIEF. OF STAFF I!them to the city. The vessel and althougha is well I'regarding the matter fie was very We ask this in accordance with -oar j. .-
tI of the recommendations of- the J: T; Taylor .-..-..-..-.::..:......$390.00 dimensions have been issued to al OFF FOR CUBA 1 fitted for this service shallow 'busy assisting in clearing the streets wishes-the continuance of the very
f nance committee were adopted. The W. H. Kilbee ..-._,.;;... :..... 475.00\) the battleships and in 'the races for I large craft can navigate she will end not gathering a clear idea of their pleasant relations. This we further d!
tI budget for the year, which bay bestsprepared TL M. Staples r..'............:. 445.00 the Pensacola cup these cutters were( By Associated Press. I[I streams. This 'of morning.persons' who have purpose thought that they favored it understand to be In accordance with ,o w;' ,I
for,, submission to the count S. M Gonzalez ;.........-........ .450.00C. used. 'Washington. Oct. 3.GenFrank. : carry a number Escambia bay to those Yesterday however he received the the actions of other cities of the Jib.'.. i
.. '" previous to the storm was read Fulton ...............-....:-,348.00 "Very respectfully lin Bell,' chief of staff, at the request i. homes along petition which they stated they would south. THOS. BELLINGERj**If". { t .1!
67 Chairman R llYr making: appro- J: ,A. .Daw :V..i..S."Y.i.;: ... 400.00T. I! "R.. EVANS, Qf-the president will go to Havana places. In Scranton duringthe forward him requesting the mayor "L. B. LAKE. :;;: .
Nations;!\ for' the year as follows: W. Turk .v.-.i..l..i. .,..O.OOA. ."Rear Admiral, U. S. Navy. Comman- at once to consult with SecretaryTaft I, The cutter, was that place Immediately and council to prohibit the presentation "O. W. LEWIS, .

. [*uerai Expense .. ._ ..$-13.165.80 EL Kelly ...;.......;...*... 400.00 uer-in-Chlef, United States Atlantic as to the dispositon of American .a, storm.cruising and left all along the coast of the play. The mayor had already "N. R. RHODES .', ,., ., 1).: .
isterest. sinking: fund etc. 52000.00 Robert R1dleT....: :.. .\ ....:. 424.00 Fleet"w troops. people. .After she barred the performance but he "D. D. MOORE .!
Pcard ; "and rescuing many pleased to that the ministels "C. T. DORROH, -
of Health .. .. ..= 4.< Mobile
Captain
.' bard .. 71.298.92of had done all possible- were as strongly against its production "W. H. WELLS i
of Safety -. .. NOMINATIONS.IN. MAGOON WILL TAFT: MISQUOTED I cola. On "
tic Hanks tUDe.'on.to'Pens. Pensacola FUu, Oct. 1506
The Is follows 1. ,
of Public Wake 97ld-OQL; : 1 I as he. petition as
.i-
RHODE_ ISLAND_ BE SENT TO CUBA IN A DISPATCHHavana the trip over wreckage was sighted : I "I most heartily endorse and approve '1- :
'Total I although a very close watch was "Pensaeola Fla Oct 1 1906- the above petition. 1
,
.. ... ... '. ..4130.843.92 x _'J. '
" Thu ; -da- By'A 9cUtW-r i \ By Associated Press. Oct. Governor Taft today kept throughout the trip.- "To the Honorable Mayor and. City TERCTVAI H WHALEY. I:!
r appropriation forthe- fire Provfdence, R.; L. Oct S.-The Dem. :Washington, Oct. 3. It was'an- said that the recent dispatch] Cutter, FeMenden. "Rector Christ Church." I
I! Council of Pensacola
nt.iln the,above budget prpvld. nominated. Higgins: nounced late this anted him criticiz'ng! Monday City : .
ocrats today afternoon that the which repres as The Fessendeprffeached port "I add 1 :
minIsters to that of ?
approval '
? for colored my Mr t
the flre I "We the undersigned '"
'? purchase of a new for governor;....Charles Siaeon for lieutenant president, on farther :coD eraUon, severely the Palma administration i j i t and yesterday the commander .
. ne. horses and for the' salaries governor William Palmer for wll send'.Former Governor .Magoon was' an error. He says he ddnt useiiq sent Lieut. Wllcor'ta'the"relief committee of this city respectfully petition Whatey."JULIAN ." j.
ydneer ''and stoker etc. but this Bdwar Sullivan foe: of Panama attributed to him.1 your honorable body 'as' follows: S. SIBLEY, .
4 secretary of state; to Cuba and let Governor ipres3'ons ] and tendered the services of ,
;?pro "Pastor First
:?rI t1o 1'was eliminated "in an "We are informed .that aplay: Presbyterta-
and John,8r'chambault' from faulty. .
attorney' general .. .. iWlnjthrop remain'at Porto. Rica The..error arose .transmis-J I .
] known The Clansman Is billed for "Pastor First Presloterianad Ch
TlU'et.l]! as .....I
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from one location another as suits THE TIME. HAS ,COME. interest Wlien charge is made for the \
t their a
AT Gotten fancy.Reports! Discouraging., I NOTICE :OY R. transfer; switching or transportation '
x
in "the TO OVERHAUL of a loaded car between. such points! The man who wants
cotton received
The reports
j additional charge shall be ,mad his clothes to look
no
:i State Department of Agriculture continue -; your Faal and Winter Clothing; and the of well, fit well and
place to send them to be pressed cleanedand for the accompanying movement t
to show discouraging condi- "-
a repaired Is the the empty car in the opposite direr: wear well don't have
,
tion in the cotton crop throughout the '. '; to"go" farther
any than
COMMISSION tion.
3L STATE CAPITOL state. The crop has lost about leaves seven Pensacola::Dyeing, Cleaning Provided, That this rule shall not -- .'this establishment
points during the month, which interfere with any prevailing legal I We've got the ability
the average condition 68. Picking is and Pressing Club. & "' rate for the,transportation of freight F -I :andwe'rewilling to
: slow, the crop being very backwardand shall f
between different stations and .. ,pie ItDon't
.
labor Is scarce and very unre- The best equipped establishment I In "
not apply to any freight .that does
I DISCUSSEDFamous liableIn the department. Mr. Elliott wo West rlw, Florida for doing, this kind of Will Meet Oct::.16, to Consider : not pay;.a.,direct freight transport. J ,. take our word
:=: '
statistics clerk figures that a killing for what -we can douse -
.connection'with the
ion; ,charga in .. ,
frost before the first of November Adoption! of New j \ ? .
Altering of Hen's: and Women's ; switching charge:. I :.- your own jadgmenttas
would cause a loss of twenty per cent. '1"I'. And by adding the following to the, .. to what your
;t. Farmers are selling slowly to supply Clothes a Specialty. Rules>and;:Regu- "Rules Govern111g.portatiori .. think gooS. ,tailoring j
w Old Cherokee Club present needs and are inclined to bold. I ln;: of Freight. .."! f ought to be, and see

for higher prices. I Our terms are reasonable and we guarantee .. "%6 At alT,of their .agencies In bow.' :close we come to 1
.:-i Now a Thing of the Railroad Commission Active. I satisfaction on.all work." lations.0 Florida:,:jailroads: shall re elve: alt: ; .... "Yo- .' -.it..*. ','.
:\ There, is. more- than usual activityin '-, offered for fransportaYtion ..
freight propr; '
There's-lots of
*' Past. the-:Railroad Commission now1 and Reese. & .r Mendel Prop'trs{ RAILROADS ARE- "NOTIFIED TO: and shall ma&e- the usual deliveries : 'Short-Ialks'on Tailoring ,joints about our good tailoring 1
'
.
-
* the members are all again at their of freight to consignees ((Sundays -
post of duty and have taken up the No. 13 N. Palafox Street. Phone 675.1 etF T'HEY DESIRE > excepted, bejtwesn the hours RIGHT HERE Is where a whole lot that: you noticewhen
RAILROAD COMMISSION GETTING matters of freight congestion, wharf ALL WORK DELIVERED.CALLED FOR AND APPEAR of 7 o'clock a.. m.,and 5 o'clock p.:nu. of men have a whole lot of trouble. 0' you first put on

ACTIVE IN COMPELLING COM age rates, failure of roads 'to supply 'DISCUSS"p R,:ARGUE MATTER provided that In cities or. towns MV" If the pants just "bind" it's because, our ,garmentsthere'sthere
shippers with cars and the numerous ing less than ten thousand (10,000] isn't sufficient! "stride." .' other good points that
3 PANIES TO ERECT DEPOTS complaints that have been made HICKS UNDER OONi DERATlON.By : inhabitants according, to the. most 1 If, they throw. slanting wrinkles .yon learn about after

WHERE THEY ARE BADLY against the railroads for sins of omission recently published! national 'census. across the front it's because the seat wearing them'a while.

and commission. A notice was there may ba< an intermission,ot lone is. cut too curved. Seen our Fall assortment
L 'NEEDED. issued to the Atlantic Coast Line, the CAN DINE Associated Press. hour from 12 o'clock'In.. )o" ro'c1ockp f If they "rope" on-the ,Inseam, its ? It's simply
ata Seaboard Air Line the Florida Railway Tallahasses; :" Oct 3.-The The m. because the pants are cut too out of sight. y
a i Company and the Live Oak| CURES railroad commission Ms issued the Nothing in,this rule contained," crooked. e:
By Miss.Jefferson Bell.. I Perry and Gulf Railroad Company on ALL ACHES following notice: be construed as preventing such 'aJl\: \ Pants should, fit -comfortably and
Tallahassee. September .-This the 24th.. that there will be a meet- ;' 1 And Ncrrott n To all the railroad companies and livery and receiving of freights clean with just enough' fullness below
week has seen the passing out of ex- Ing of the ,commissioners on' the 9th Trill bcttle c: At in*star*. common carriers doles! business railroads earlier or later than the the seat to provide for sitting. SUITSTailored
istence of the rendezvous of the exclusive of October' to consider the adoption 11 wholly or in-part w thtn the state of above mentioned hours, if they so desire That's,how OURS fit.

the Cherokee Club at Talla of an order requiring the constructionof Florida:' "Short Talks on Tailoring., Put, Taste
to
The You are .hereby,notified that there And by adding the following to the 3
hassee. Cherokee was organized a union passenger depot at Live you on your. guard. Send or call for "
; some years ago, its membership included !will be a' dieting bf,the, railroad commissioners Demurrage Rules; ; d
such men as ex-Governor Blox Oak.New depots or Improvements in de-I STATE STATUTE -of"the state of Florida, at i ."17. when..a ,shipper: JD3.Kes.'wrU. copy $20 to $50

ham. Judge Raney the late Col. John' pot facilities have been ordered at! their. office In the city of JTallahassea ten application: to railroad company, a

Henderson, Hon. Fred T. Myers, Lee, Lawtey Minneola Leesburg,' Florida on the itltll'day! of Oc for a car,-to be loaded with an? kind -- c.
:Mr: John Winthrop and other well Wildwood. Arcadia Brooksville. Cadillac i tober, A. D. 1906, at iZTVclock, a. m., of Ireight embraced In the tarltrwIIt
\known men. The club furniture has and Rochelle, which will be ap- to consider the advisability of amending said company for
'" been purchased by the Elks who have preciated by the traveling public. PREVENTS S ANY the rules, and regulations of tha in the state of Florida, stating in p IPERSONS PARDNER u
railroad commission, follows
\andsome( clubrooms here. Tallahassee Socialist Nominees., as in lieu By of said application the character of the : TAILORSJfor Men Who Car. .\Jpensacoia.FRAN" tc
!s a veritable Elk stronghold -, The Secretary'of State, Hon. ILtlaYi thprfonowms: ** freght, and its final destination the
Rule < ,ral Rules "
,7iof thej en :
a tbere being-membership' cf one hundred Crawford. In compliance with : railroador railroad company' shall furnish same B. ARPPER ..Manager.TVe Be.rrfHalfd1n '" -
7- .IIi: Bo *a stall any within ;
foflr days from seven o'clock
and twenty&even with a larger the following has certified the nominations common s01lNN
number of applications already in of the Socialist party to the DONATION wholly or in carrier part within doing the business state of cation.Or a. m.'.the day following such appli
Dade Census. various counties "We that
County : request Florida advance Increase
qr any spec.
The Dade County census returns you certify to the Boards of County lal rates or other rates demurrage j I when the"shipper making such a
show a remarkable increase in population .4Commtssionersin the different coun ,charges, storage,or wharfage, charges, application specifies a future day on ......ON.N.................N........N.H.1 f
the cent 144 for the tiesand which he desires: td make a shipmentof l
per being 1 .in respective Congres/ << witiout: rst Emitting::the proposed have Just received at Pensacola a cargo of 6000 barrels Eagle
i county In: the last five years. The I flonal :Districts to be placed on, the Governor of Alabama Meets ,Increased rate jor rates, demurrage ( other than fruit or vegetables,) 9 Brand, first quality; 8
taking of the census was provided for ,official ballot in those counties to be ... storage or wharfage charges to.the giving not less than fourdays': no-

r by' the last legislature, but owing to!voted ,for at the next general electionthe the Situation by Calling railroad commissioners and receiving tive thereof, cementing from seven \ Belgium. Portland Cement I :
spme local difficulties the returns following candidates nominatedby their approvaL" o'clock a. m. the'dhy following such -

were not ready when the census for. the Socialist, party of Florida in :And by substituting the following plication, the railroad company In COOperage. .. t
: the state was given to the public. The state, and ,county convention assem. Upon the People to in lieu of Rule.15 of the "Rules,Governing shall furnish such cars on or before We offer It In Car; loads and less than car (loads,Vor prompt shipments. I
the day specified in the application.Or Also have in stock: at Pensacola our
rt
.
for 1905 bled
figures given, out officially the Transportation of i .
I Give Freely. ? when the:shipper making such : Wood Fibre' 'Plaster and Texas Brand Hair
from the Department of Agricultureare "For -Railroad Commissioners A. C. Freight I Apex: : I
are as follows: kill W.,Clark Beach. "15A.: charge of not more than application specifies a future day on I' Lime in Car load lots.
which he desires to make a shipment Fibre Plaster. Keystone
Dade County-White 7,880; Negro. "For3 upr me Justice-William, C. two dallars per: car without regard I i t
of frultorvegetablesgivingnotless I': Tour collect telegram will get our prices and shipments can be made
4,181; other races 28. Total 120S9. i Green.: Montgomery. Ala., Oct. 3.Governor to las weight or contents, will be al: than two days' notce thereof t the day your order cornea in. 1
West Palm Beach-White, 883; Negroes "For Member of Congress First Jelks has issued this proclamation. lowed for transporting, switching or. '.
!computing from seven o'clock a. m.
397. Total 1,280 [. District,,C. C. Allen; Second District : I transferring a loaded car' from any I II the day following such: application, : Carolina Portland Cement Company i
Miami-White. 2,983; Negroes, John .T McClellan.. ;. Third. District T. 'The calamitous gulf coast Invites I point or railroad to any connecting the railroad company shall furnish .i ".
.
railroad, o to. any warehouse, side .. .
Total B Meeker.
1744. 4,733. | the sympathy of every good citizen of ATLANTA GA.
"The census returns In 1900 were as As the Socialist party Is a very In- the 5tat. We have been profoundly II track or other point of delivery that fied such. in car the on application or before the day speci- ........... ............. ... .......................

follows: Dade County-Whita, 3,548;;significant factor ,in state politics it blessed during this and other years may be designated by the consignee,. For failure to comply with this .. j
...3 Negroes, 1,293; other races 109 West Is hardly to be supposed that nomineea by being unvisited by any disastersof II within a distance of three miles from', rule the company so offending shall .
.'' Palm Beach 564; Miami 1,681. { Butch and Burr, Parkhill, Whit- far reaching consequence, of epi- the point of starting.shall decline'And or'refuseto no railroad -.. forfeit and pay to the shipper apply. -

Total increase In county-White field. or Congressmen Lamar, Clark demics of any sort. Now comes the I company ing the sum.of $1.00 per'day, or fraction .
222 per cent; Negroes 323.5 per cent.'and Sparkman. are losing any sleep storm king inks fury, and besides above transwer or switch any car as I, of a day's.delay after expirationof Coal and: Ice for Sale,, Winter and umiier.

" Total increase for county .144 per: over the action of the.Socialist party. destroying millions of dollars worthof I I When in the,transfer, switching or free time,upon demand in writing.
; cent since 1900. I The Judiciary. property, robs 'the state of many transportation of a car between such I made within thrty days thereafter by Get'our prices before ,placing your orders. We
The total valuation of real estaten Judge Charles 'B.: Parkhill of the precious lives and leaves some of the I II : the shipper." '
points,it is necessary to pass over the sell Jellico Galloway and Alabama best coal
the county for 1905 was 2,899,410 Supreme Court with his charming living helpless and without food or track or tracks of intermediate /tA.t the above named meeting.you, lump
4, Personal property $478,090.The I family returned this .week from their(shelter ttt offers no inconvenienceto I railroad or railroads any, said maximum the railroad companies and comaaan: We still: maintain','our up-to-date ice.delivery

disparity in the figures representing -, summer outing Judge Cockrell is In I the prosperous and untouched to charge of two dallarg shall be equitably -; carriers doing business wholly or,In system. Our price for ice on platform factory is
a the number of other races In New York at present Judge Whit. spare of their abundance somethingfor divided between the railroads at, part within the State Molida, will
;. the returns for 1900 and 1905 Is ex- field and his family are now at Alex their stricken and suffering fellow have an opportunity to be heard and 25 cents per hundred pounds or over. Phone 232.

laIned by the fact that there are ander North Carolina :Judge HookerIs citizens.; to show cause, if any you have, why ,
r \bout 100 Indians in the county who In Virginia. Judge'Taylor' and "The citizens of the United 'Statesare the proposed amendment should not The Moore Ice Company
} should be Included In the returns butt Chief Justice Shackleford are spend a sympathetic people, the remotest t be adopted. j
Is very difficult to get any definite ing their: vacation comfortably at hamlet quickly feeling and Done and ordered by the railroad; Factory, Corner Garden and Manresa Streets,
Information concerning them. They home- The court will convene October promptly responding,to the first touchof OPEN FOR commissioners of the state of }".or. P. O. Box 422. Phone 232
; have no settled habitation and move the ninth.BJ dreadful ravages, whether hey be Ida In session at their office in the ..
from fire, disease or storm, but this city of Tallahassee Ha. this 26th ... .
,
visit is to our own family and Its day -of Septemberfi :A. D. 1906. 4 '
members and they need our help. JEFFERSON a BROWNE,
H H. will be the privilege of the 'BUSINE.SS Attest: Chairman. .' ." '." ." IONNN
perous of this state and their pros.1 R- C. DUNN, : "
t".to ure to supply quickly and Secretary, IJNSUR..A.

31fi.! the Mobile urgent and county needs of and the that' section FUNERAL NOTICE. : : : E i

The funeral of H. H. .tainette'wfll be
. ... recently visited. To that
" of Alabama held this afternoon at S:39 o'clock from
end this proclamation, calling upon I the family residence corner Chase and I *AGAII >iSif: FIRE OR TORNADO
the 'good people of Alabama to contribute II I Alcanlz streets Interment In St. Johns' !
: t for relief either' to the I cemetery. The pallbearers will be W. : *
such
wrL committees in their respective com* The Klein Grocery I Walker H. Caro Humphrey E. J. Amos., Henry..Ja Horsier O. Gardner and, 'Your, House,.Honsehold.. \ .Goods, Stock ,of Goods. :

.... munities, or else direct to a commit- A. H. DAlemberte. Friends .and acquaintances '
natter COTftetfFv tk, lldre tee at Mobile formed for the. purposeof Company is for Invited to attend. Store, orimythin of,value, in one of. our companies. i
fik tin Yarn PM.rts saq open i
I can tar fast Dr.FtaeTwikmey. Frrw bseplax eMfs furnishing relief. Pentacota Lodge, No. 42, F. & A. M., We offerttbe'Very best protection at the lowest possible -
Pensacola :
,
Lodge. No 42. F: &
lJ. to tbe be.I cough med>- we have two cbiL In.xespect to a request.from the relief business a tits old: -Jr\- A. M. Regular communication; tariff rates' Also ,
o accident
; and bond insuranceSpringfield
due I ercr e wnottier dreon .wph heveeDSad ,
} bad old committee of Mobile: for a state ,XttJf Thursday October 4. at 7.30 s :

Q!t b gnu t e would a I..'n a ee.d T r-flooeend 1x.Belri base Floe.to contribution people on the of coast J25.000 south to of help. Mobil the, stand, corner Main and I /\r\T..-_..IiARVEYn vn 1L SOLOMON Secretary; S: 'of Mass. /:.,. .$ 7,337,875 48 i
bNasteaeaIVgM
.?i.-. So.hln bottle PIHOM7 cf DbIvell'i .i.ised. see,h. the governor by replied the state that ijas such prohibited an appropriation ,Palafox streets, and: K.s W. L : Westchesterjof! ;; N. Y.. .'. .:_ _:..... .. 4,308,7781G :

cured IKT.2.D.BKASUS aan. les by statute. He has put ].he tents solicits continuance : OF P. MEETING. + Firemen's:. of N. J.-. 3,794,615 43Alliance
of the national guard at the disposalof a j The members of Pensa- i ;: ., i

BiovTXtioro.KjYon ar. the committee. of the that rola P.. are Lodge requested No. 3 to, K.meet of of Phila: .._ . .. 2,034,688 H .
1j. 'Mayor'Teague has called a numberof patronage at their Castle Hall this .
Caledoniano/Scotland.I ; ) 75Georgia .
citizens together and started a relief afternoon at 2:15 clock.. + : ::r.. u. .' 1,883,.,OJ .
may. He immediatey-- been bestowed inthe to attend the funeral of
movement. i
Ihas Home. of 9GSbavnee
Columbus.
a Ii graphed Mayor Lyons of Mobile and : our Jennette.late at brother H H.. 1,034,603 i

; L Mayor Bliss of Pensacola to draw on past. i lfembersof brethren are sister todgeg an330o'clock.d visiting ,Z of.Kansas ..... . ., 941,028 00 :
him at once for $500 each. cordially Invited to attend.'

i Committees went to work this afternoon Interment in E.Ii.St. John's. DENNARD cemetery., c.c... .1 Va. State:of;'Richmond. . 744,853 82 :

Can Trust The People I -Ther Know What They Want. the coast.raising funds for" relief workon Fresh goods are being J..1t. HORSLER. K..of R. & S. Aetna Life i accident &: liability) 79,247,504 00 i

:
c I OVER 5,000,000 BOTTLES SOLD ANNUALLY received and NOTICE.Principal .
And the safe increasing: each yetfkMeaaoioomto Real Estate Transfers., daily : .+ National. Surety, of N. Y,. :. . .: 2,216,71400 .

kti; qaesttaa the wiad OoeBRemedy.m'ot the people. Followtng'a list of the real estate none but the best are 1 on Thursday Lockey and will Friday be,of at school this week No. ;:, ..
Choice ct ft -
between 900 and 1 clock, to examine : ti
transfers recorded Abstract yesterday Co. furnished by offered the trade. pupils who have not yet been classi lied. :. Combined, Assets..t. .. . .$103,543,870 71
hz the Pensacola ; '
3, i t tq e. DC11' owua. DEEDS. N. B. COOK.

;_ t ,- _25c.."5io 1.arih( BoUIeI.1LUVP.cn7Jum ., Connors Cornelia to Connors Esoambla and Realty-husband Co.-"-Lot Shade 3. 3t NOTICE. County* ,Supt.-- ;i 1. SOUTHERWURftNCE: .," ((nc.).

OKU?'VI- block $U East King. Tract, east. of Tarra.. Louisville and, .,NashvHIe Railroad.

THE E.E.SUTHERLAND ME&. CO...Padacab.Ky. gora streetSa0.00.Frank Bannerman to Escambla Realty cola Regular and. Mobile train service Trill be between resumed,Peas commencing : L.e; BR( WV: ;1gr: Thiesen Buildingf'
Co.-Lots 11. 12 and 13, block 267, New Klein with train No. < at 7x> o'clock: !
City Tract41.o0and.other rood: and Grocery Go a. m., October 3rd. No service between i A
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Different Opinions. onJ Coopers : ( from page one.) : ;

amended budget dated October :3, t
Remarkable Successin which, in view of the damage by the .
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storm the finance committee thought The Right Style is one of the '

St Louis. advisable .to submit. The amended _"
budget deducted, the sum of $7,078 ..
No one but a "pumpkin head" for the fire engine and salaries of ", things that can count on ,in
St Louis Oct ,3....:The astonishing ...- you our
,
engineer etc. and added the of .,
:
,sum
the ,
of \
discredits Importance being
cafe.of Cooper's'preparations In this I .
$250.per month to the appropriation :
well dressed.No city has now' reached'such immense for the board of Public "WJorks, ,mak Schloss Clothes--put there to stay by
figures that the .medical fraternity at ing the total appropriations$176,' + 1
one but a millionaire or a
large have become, 'forced into open 85592 and leaving a surplus of $13-

professional beggar can afford to ations.discussion of the .man*-and- his- prepar x *' 739.77 to be appropriated for'the purchase expert .tailors who know what style; is. i
of .
a fire engine or in any manner 9 #
careless of .
be appearance.True t
The. physicians, whole to the
as a seem council may see fit hereafter:
economy Is to buy earlyin be divided with regard, to' the 'young Estimated Revenue. It's worth a good deal to know your I. ;! _

man's success in St .Louis-some being The estimated a r ,' Clothes are right in this respect with ... ; '
the season; then' one gets the willing to credit'him' for;what' he upon which the revenue first appropriationsare of .the city. ._, the right quality tailoring: and fit. as I
full season's wear. has accomplished, while others assert -'welLYoucan .5-- ; ,
iii based Is as follows: a r _" 1' ill
that the interest he has aroused is Cash carried .. .. )
The storm ,is over and we have over .. $ 13,00000
but a passing fad which cannot last Licenses .., 27,00000 ,l .
.p
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got down to business In earnest and which will'die out, 'as. .quickly as it .Miscellaneous receipts.?.. 2,50000 feel that about whatever

way
Come see what has sprung up ? ., Fines costs and fees .. 16000.00
we have In ?
The opinion of these two factions isvery Co. road and --bridge tax 8000.00

store for',you. ; ?' well voiced fl.! the statements 'Tax 11 mills, ..: ... .. 130829.00 S 7 you buy here-we absolutely -
guarantee
made recently by twbof a number of, -

. physicians who were, interviewed, on' Total .. ... ..' ... .oJ .$197,32900 Js

the" ,subject I' LeSs 5 per cent .. .. .. ,8WOO r- a ,s $ .everything we sell. You will find -
Dr.: J. E. Carass when questioned ,

I aboUt ,.the. matter 'said-: "I have not Total 'available ... .? .$187,46300
STANDARD rLOTHING rOe been believer in proprietary' prepare I Appropriations .M .. .. .. 180,845 that our styles :are exact duplicates of .
\ BUILDING,\}'". ations ,heretofore nor can I say that ,
believe in them:at present- ,But II Surplus ..$ 6,619.08 <
must-admit, that some.of the facts recently ; The amended estimate 'of receipts ,_ fashionable garments worn in New
_brought to my notice concern' Increased the tax from 11 to 12 mills

ing1::this man Cooper _have gone far making the total amount available
SOMETHING tewardsremoving the prejudice I had I from taxes ,136158.62" _Instead, of York and other I large cities and that our
NEW !
formed against him whoa the unheardof I $130,829 thus with the deduction for

Bid-filled:! Beauty Pins 25 ud 30c per pair demand for the preparations 'first. I the purchase. of a fire engine, allow.
ing a surplus of over $13,000 for big variety enables to perfectly suit
W. Gahlenbeek., 213 3.: Pilafoi Si sprang' up, in this city. _, emergencies.' "-- -- you -
"Numbers of my patients whom I .
have treated for".chronic'liver, kidney sewer WorkCiiairman
COTTRELL, "- and stomach troubles have met me I Iafter' (Green of 'the board of your individual taste Let us show you In

PHOTOGRAPHS. ,taking Cooper's remedies, and bond trustees'stated that he had been ; 1.

Pensacola. Fla. have stated,positively that he has accomplished advised by Contractor Storrie that, .
wonderful ,_ results ,for owing to the storm:the railroads had
them. I notice particularly in' cases advised him that it.would be,well to : : _'- The Latest .

TURTON & BELL. of stomach trouble that the man has delay the arrival of material ,for the ScH-LOSS. .
construction of the fora '
sewer system
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PHOTOGRAPHERS SINCE 1870.Kcdzk relieved several cases that were ofyears'
hJpleL! Fin shin tar'A" telfs. few,days. Mr. Storrie had also en- riCdthe-! -
) standing and 'provedvery obstinate -,
,
in treatment benfit closed of his the check sufferers for from$100 forthe Aaldmontt. '-* : Fashions for Fall1a

,
R., K. 'WHITE, "I am the last :man on earth to : SRfepei&s were. received:
attcFinaker.I4asalatturinglewsier.asi Gratuateclicks. stand in the way of anything that general ordinance the'storm.1
t .30 S.PsUfox Street Penssesla.' Fla. may prove for the public good simply i board of safety and the Long 'Coats are the'thing,,'with'long narrow lapels and semi-shaped backs, side and centre vents. All coats t i.

through professional perjudice and I lie work and city comptroller and I n S U i ItS are ."three button" this year._and those. cut either "straight-front" or nearly so, are considered the best style. i. )<
am Inclined to give Cooper and his it
suitable resolutions were passed relative -I Colors are mostly dark mixtures-black, blues and browns-though greys are, still very popular. Plain colors 1
credit
ToldW. preparations as deserving to ,
Tersely to the death of- City EngineerW. $15 t o $30 .''
some extent the popular demonstration P. Lee. The comptroller's report are always stylish i JiO : $

W. Green; of Panama City was this city"that has been' accorded.. them in was as follows: The latest Is_the'Trench. .Flare-Back" model of which you get ,some Idea, from the picture. This ,Q, ,; f :

among the visitors in the city yestsr- Another well known physician who 'Comptrollers Report. V ere 0 a -S a semi-fitting garment with wide skirts and a deep centre-vent In back made of the new .K i';1 l '
Pensacola, .
Fla Sept. 26, 1906.
day.E. was seen took the opposite view of To the Hon. Mayor and Council City of worsteds and other appropriate fabrics. Rain coats both loose and form fitting are more popular than ever ; f :

M. Lovelace of Brewton is the "Cooper.mania." as he called it, Pensacola: J QIR tn XQ(1( while the TP- oat ls a garment always in style. Paddocks and Box-Coats are also among the fashionable 1 d dif
,
among' the business visitor to the which now has this city in its grip. Gentlemen-Below please' find state-
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ment -of receipts and*disbursements for VIU lU 00 U over-garments of the year. ,1 -F'
city. said "I ,
He : can only liken the pres- the month of August -1906.; with a detail

I..f you have a house for rent advertise of ent hallucination.state of affairs For to.a,want, certain of a kind bet i statement also a comparative of the expenses statement for the of month the; SE.E OUR SPLENDID SHOWING NOW WHEN IT'S AT IT'S BEST. I
it Journal
la The Quite a num- floating debt on August 31. ,1906. and {
ber of people.are looking for housesto ter name I might call it 'Cooper- July JU 1906. f : f
mania.' The Cash in :1
people of. St Louis seem treasury July
rent Don't Do it to-day.
delay.
to be firm in the belief that this man 31. 1906 .........., 32,816.77 :
Mrs. Helen Lewis who has been Cooper has health corked in Receipts August 1906
a bottle
spending several months at her old up. From taxes .........$ 122042
& Reese Co.
Watson Parker
in Scotland returned Fines and pound feel 1.1169.0
to the cit
ome yesterday, having,had a pleasant voyage )I' completely'Some of cured them them imagine of that various he has ills Miscellaneous ....,... 119.81--$-2,949.83 ,

across. Mrs. Lewis -says she I Judging from'their etatements. It is Mfg ............ $ 35766.60 Jitrlt!
pent a most enjoyable time while vis. The
disbursements I
H
: beyond me to say why the city has Wear.
. iting her old friends and relatives were as follows: "Everything to
the
gone crazy over man. It be ;
may Interest .
and returns to tae city in the best on bonded
S of health and one of the passing fads that so often debt .............. 9000 ." '
spirits.
attack the American public. Warrants paid ."':.. 8.855.38- 8945.39 ,t. : 1: jl ,
t' I
S The tug Mary Wlttich. of Mobile sooner: or later the people are Balance cash in treasury it..

a vas ,among the vessels wrecked in. bound to regain their:senses and will ............... $ 26,821.21 ; $\
that port by the hurricane. Many then realize that a refutable physician Expenses August, 1906. trians and teams at railroad cross- ; '
1 Pensacollans remember the tug. is the one fo whom their health Department of Public Safety Ings and subways for electric wires TYPEWRITER ; ('
. as she was formerly owned at this had best be entrusted" Police Protection In' the business district of the city. WANTED GHEAT DAMAGE .
: port and towed in the harbor for In the meantime Coop r'meets several -Salaries of Marshal. The ordinance requiring that watchmen il.! ,
Deputy and Police '
rears. The'passenger Gus- $ 1,548.02 :
steamer thousand people daily and only Station house expenses be placed at Zarragossa: and REPAIRS ; :: >
i tie, which has also been here a num- smiles when statements of the above ............ 120.00 Hayne street crossings was amendedby ,
ber of times. is also wrecked. character are quoted. to, him. His Patrol expenses...:... 216.22 Alderman Maura to'include other I ; .4
Feeding
prisoners.
.0 Dare S. Cashmaji, who was in Mobile charitable work -still continue, to be Stock pound expenses -126.98 40.40 railroad crossings and caused some DY STORM ATCHUMUCKlA -i fjt ..:
at the time of the storm reached very extensive. Incidental expenses.. 43.26-$ 2,09688 discussion in the councIL The Having secured the services of an expert .. J
reifairer. we beg to notify the public fg. ; ,
: home last night Ha has been in Fire Protection: -. amendment was finally carried by a I Five salesladies and five that we are now prepared to overhaul .; ,. t l:
0 Mobile for three weeks on business Salaries of Chief and Tote of 6 to 5, the mayor casting the adujust or rebuild all makes of typewriters .,
.0 and when he' heard of the storm and VALUABLE WORK OF employees ........$'1.64.116 deciding affirmat've vote. Alderman salesmen. Apply at Wm. and adding machine and cash regis < t
. Telegraph alarm re- ters. All work guaranteed. Estimates nIl- : ',1
w could get no news of Pensacola was newals repairs and calm DeAlemberte "Renshaw, 'Watson ed. Telephone us and we will send for [ i
very uneasy; ,but finally secured a REVENUE CUTTERSContinued expenses ...... 78.00 and 'Yonge voting'' against the :Johnson & Son, corner Pala- your machine or rail and make an exam. ; :
O Journal from a party who had walked Apparatus and machinery measure. The ordinance was then fox and Intendencia street. Ination and estimate. .
"
First renewals
part of the way from Flomaton and ( from Page.) and repairs........ 3.35 passed for further action at the next I i 1
he says be read every, line' of it the cutter 'for any mission of mercy Rent of truck and meeting. i

eagerly. which she, could. be_used. The engine houses..... 87.00 New Methodist Church Is PensacolaTypewriter :
upon Hjdrant rent........ 82667 Street Railway Ordinance.The Received.
,
Follow cutter coaled yesterday afternoon and Incidentals .......... 24903: Just : I
the crowd Ribbon ordinance the '
-get Blue granting rightto
will start out this morning at 6 Additions and repairs Imported Macaroni Sweet OIL Cheeses Wrecked and Crops In-
Lemon and Vanilla Absolutely pure o'clock for'points along the coast, ..........;... 300.002,808.70 A. A., Erickson et al, to constructa : Dill Pickles: sauer Kraut'Mackerel, Cod Exchange : 1
p> twice as far and,the."Blue Ribbon Charities: street railway on certain streetsin Fish, Pigs Feet Spanish Onions Pilot
Flavor" is perfection. Ask for the making'a cruise of a day or more into Salary physician:.... 5000 : the city which was to be extended Bread French Navy Bread. Everything Jured-Many Trees PHONE 1369. 'i
Ez! ;, the gulf but keeping,close in shoreso Hospital expenses,. 31:25 'to the property owned by the pro fresh and new.
as to observe if there are any families Medicines ........... 2070 moters of the line known as Beach Witch Hazel, $1.00 per gallon. Blown Down.

HAKGIS PHARMACYHAS along' the beach.< It possible .Care- andCation of transpor-paupers. 18.00111.95 Haven was brought up on third read- Marine Grocery Company.V. Special to The JournaLChumuckla. 313-315 Brent BuildingTypewriters

PHONE WORKINGTo that the cutter may visit someof the ing and final passage and killed by a J. VIDAL. Manager. Oct. 3.The hurricane, '
towns along the coast,which have not Total Department of Toe.of 6 to 4, a twotlIirdsvote being which swept over Pensacola last week
been heard from. As long as thereis Public Safety...... 9 5,017.53 for its In con. caused considerable damage in this 1'1- :
the 'Pabr.cWe beg to announce need of'the services'oLthe Fe-sen- Department of Pub- necessary passage. cinity. f
that our phone, No. 88, is nowin lic Works- nection with this matter Alderman :years was a small matter to the The new Methodist church in South ,
den she will remain in or near this to remark which was near Completion, '
McHugh took occasion Cbumuckla
order and all orders will Streets, : as by the :
working crossings etc4 1,82048 men back of the scheme
i be given our usual dispatch. port. Streets lighting.... 1,20644 that the sum of $%.000..the amountof end of two years they would have was Fences swept were away blown and down Is a total and wreck.corn The best Standard Typewriters offered ,
3OCtl\. 'HAR&S PHARMACY.SEERABE. Sewers cleaning and the forfeit specified in case the Beach Haven sold cane etc.. blown to the ground and for.JCh.da.e' only agreat sacrifice- i'
a \ Public flushing buildings........repairs ..-. 30.00 line was not constructed within two had to enable enough them lots at to stand the $%.006 at sugar least one-half of, the cotton crop will l
be lost. < One Remington. No.1. Been used ,. '
and expenses 52.75 without noticing it. and that it was I am Informed that the Pace Turpen- C months. perfect condition .....$3.00 'j : ,
an insufficient guaranty that the tine'Company suffered great loss on account One Fay Sholes No 6. Fine condition : .it, .
I I Total Public Department Works..of.. $ 3,109.67 road would be bujjt .Alderman of the timber being blown down. ..............................12SOO r r;
all this section
of timber through
It.e i. Department Expenses-of General No DamageAt D'Alemberte marks of Mr.took McHugh exception stating to the thatireW re citizens has Lots been here laid say to that the ground.It waa the The most old One three Underwood weeks. ,Bran No 4.new Been...*.used....$7000One -' ''.!l.t i I'--l-J

> Salaries of-officers. 854.85 lot soli: was subject to an disastrous storm santa Rosa bas experienced No. 7 Bllckenderfer. Good con'f: i
) Fri Legal expenses...... 100.00 I } that the line would be for many rears. dition .......?.....................115.00 j.''t .
Stationery ........... 875 "_ agreement The Escambla river Is out of,Its banks, One No. I, Fox: Practically bran ," :: -
CONTRACTORI R Ri V incidentals .i......... 23964 built. Upon a vote being taken Al- the low land being a solid aheet of water. .. ... .. :- '
I trjb Expenses Bond Trustees derman Christie, Maura McHugh and 0:11' 2 Fox. Been used t$70.0;;.; 1
.,.........eo.eo 85.!5 :< Renshaw voted against the measure BENEFIT DANCE'WILL BE months ...........................JROOOne a'I'
All and it lost. AT CATHOLIC KNIGHTS HALL No. M Fox Visible. Been used '\ IJ'Y-
H= r' r,, Total General Department Expenses.of .1.1,289.19, was Saloon Licenses. Owing to the fact that no'lights can two month .........._..........$1%." .

.I QI department of Health- i A large number of applications for : be procured' for the Eagles hall, the I 'am overstocked and win offer the
DONATES '(!' r I 4 Salaries of Inspec- saloon licenses were acted upon favorably I dance to have been given 'there tonight above for ten days only for cash. r 4;

i y Pt 0 tors ,..............$ 683.12: a motion being offered and car I by the Eagles for the:'benefit of 3

0C Salary officer..of. health..... 50.00 1 ried allowing all who had not made i the storm sufferers will be given at F.B.BRUCE. _
to Salary of clerk...... 15.00 regular application to the council to I the hall of the Catholic Knights.
teL. Hilton Green in receipt'of a tom do so during the meeting. The applications -i Barrios orchestra will furnish the 21 Brent Bui Win! j. 1 t
f from R. C. Storrie of New = Total Department of > Goods an fresh and new to select from were acted: upon subject' music and as the event, is for .
Health .... ....,.. market. Come In and I a } /
$ 75Q.12 In the
I- -the best board of county ,
I Weans, contractor for the sewerage to the action of the worthy purpose there will no doubtbe
Astern expressing-his sorrow at the .y Total expenses for inSpect our Hart Schaffner & Marks A. commissioners.City. a large attendance.Brains .
: sews of the storm. Mr. Storrie adds: August 1906 ...... $ 10,16e.51 B. Kirschbaum and W. S. Peck Fine Engineer. i B&tterieslf.! 1 : .I I.If
.. ."1 note that your' community Comparative Statement of Floating Clothing. Banister Walkover and Douglas Nominations for the office of 'City r:
alms; that do ,not need outside Debt. Shoes, Stetson. No Name and Bonar Engineer being in order Alderman
S help. but we you claim t ''to be one of you. Items to July-Aug 31.,31.U06-1906 Hats: ; also a complete line of Shirts Cahn nominated Earl Thornton who I ). :;
. Mr( sympathy out to the poor The "FlaJlron"Brandare Pajamas, Holsery Neckwear and Fancy was duly elected by a vote of 8 to t
goes Interest kt
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: and needy and homeless I now enClose debt ....... ........| 48&50 t, 578.50 Vests Overcoats. Cravanettes, In latest 2. his only opponent for the position t f
New York Exchange for $100.00to noted for Individuality. and'for Pensacola Water Co.. 3,576,67 2720.00 styles and colors. being Stephen Lee 1 All kinds of Electric Bat-
be tailor-made fit. Tbe, best,New Bills payable.......... 8100.00 8100.00 We will appreciate your patronage. A number of other minor mattersreceived t -
| used at your discretion. York tailors, make these trousersNo Accounts .... A
tailor could make better.ones payable. W28.52 4&M64| the consideration of the teries for launches. I have ; .1

An Awful Cough Cured. Totals ....... ......$17,493.68'$16,203.14" : body, after which council adjourned., I Repaired just what you wan Ask me
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I I Two years ago our little girl had Sold In Penueola by All of which is respectfully submitted. '
1 touch of pneumonia, which left her WHITE:&NIX,: GEO. T. MORGAN THREE SWINDLERSWILL about them. ._-_ 1 ""
Ruth an awful cough. She had Comptroller. i-s' iAt
|sPells of coughing, Just like,one with CLOTHIERS: Twelve MIIITax. 6 NixOUTFITTERS BE SHOT I : t.i
the; whooping cough and some 29 South Palafox St Alderman Yonge introduced an or White Grape Nuts el'
t. Wought she would not getwell at dinance providing for the levying of I Chihuahua Monica, Oct. 3.-The E. W. Peake

, S- "e got a bottle of''Cnamb v 'MADE BTftOCH an ad vukrrem tax of 12 mills to provide Mexican rupreme" court today banded I ,' J :i
2 U'8 Cough WhICh acted for the needs of the city during down a decision affirming death sentence

'd\;* a charm. Remedy She .stopped coughing BROS.9 &,KIIPATWK( : the current year, and ordinances In the case the of New Richardson York life I I THERE'S A REASON. Electrician. = =l z.i
sad tot JlrL were read the second time relathgtothe Harle and Maapfl.
stout and : letrYork171
fa,1rrltu $ rftverty' ;pao>F I swindlers. Th-v
** Bussard., BrubaJ r. m? This width of sidewalks on certain Insurance company New Star Laundry Building1' / tt
temedy is for sale by all druUist&' : ."i streets adequate protection for,cedes--. _,liar.OI' 'S Worth II'.Tour Moatf lack.r will be shot ; .


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mm AT Cotten Reports Discouraging.. I NOTICLBY R.R.COMMISSION transfer, switching or transportation
TO OVERHAUL' of a loaded car'between. such points, :: The man who wants
The cotton reports received in -the additional charge shall be mad3 his clothes to look
no
1r State Department Agriculture continue your Faal and Winter Clothing; and the '.
of ;. well, fit well, and
accompanying movement : ;
for the
place to send them to be pressed;cleaned
to 'show discouraging condItion "
a and repaired, Is the the empty car in the opposite. direc-< ? wear well don't have
in the cotton crop throughout the ::: .. ', to'go"any farther than
,STATE CAPITOlDISCUSSED state. The crop has lost about seven Pensacola;:,Dyeing, Cleaning tion.Provided, That this rule shall not -; ".': ."this" establishment
the month, which leaves
points during '
Interfere with any prevailing legal t ;, We've got the ability
the average condition 63. Picking is and Pressing Club. : : ;.. rate for transportation of freight t : ', and we're willing to 4
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slow the crop being very backwardand -- between different stations; and ,shall J ,:C :':: ,, use..., it.

liable.labor In the is scarce department and, very Mr. Elliott unre- West The Florida best equipped for doing establishment thl*. kind of I In Will Meets Oct- 16, to Conr. not apply to any freight bat does J Don't take our word
7cr work. VSN not pay-a.: .irect freight transportertion ,. -:1for
statistics clerk, figures that a killing v* -. ; "lhe what we can 'dovs.e -
in .con9ectiojiiT'with, S .
,charga
frost before the first of November Altering of Men's: and Women's sider Adoption'of New ; switching .charge- -. ...,. -.r::; |ypr own judgment -
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would cause a loss of twenty per cent. "W: "- And by'adding the following 1 tii.tbe"Rules ". ,as to what YOUr
a Farmers are selling slowly to supply Rules and .- think gooa tailoring"ooght fclcw.
Clothes Specialty. Regu- TKuxsportatioriol
a / Governing, the, .
'famous ,Old Cherokee Club present needs! and are inclined to hold ,;-'.. Freight:" _'! -- -".to-" be and see .

for higher prices. Our terms are reasonable and w< guar lations. r6. At' aiL of theh.'ageIties' In hov.Zclasd! we come to
r Now a Thing of the Railroad Commission Active. antee satisfaction on.all work.''' ",.>* Florida;:Tailroads, shall Tet Ive.. alt:; ... a. f :iW.viThere's: :
There is. more than usual activityin .-. freight offered, for {transport:
proper *lots
of
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_Ii, Past. ttye'Jlailroad': Commission now1 and Reese, & Mendel Prop'trs RAILROADS ARE-" -NOTIFIED- TO- tier and shall riaK. the 'usual 'deliveries Short :Talks on Tailoring j>oint3- about our good tailoring
the members are all again at their of .frefrght'td consignees (Sun that
post of duty and bare taken up the No. 13 N. Palafox Street Phone 675. APPEARiJtr.lfttEY j days excepted bejtwesn' the', hours RIGHT HERE is where' a whole lot : you .noticeof
DESIRE
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RAILROAD COMMISSION GETTING matters: of freight congestion wharf: ALL WORK DELIVERED.CALLED FOR AND ot7 o'clock a. m.and.5o'clock p'm men have a whole lot of trouble.- 'aIlen'yon'first: put on

ACTIVE IN COMPELLING COM-- age' rates, failure 'of roads to ;supply DISCUSS 'r -ARGUE. MATTER provided that in cities or. towns Jlat: 'i If the pants just "bind it's because, our garp1entsthere'sthere
shippers with cars and the 'numerous { ing less than ten thousand (10,000)) isn't sufficient! "stride." other good points thatyou'
PANIES TO ERECT DEPOTS complaints that have been made HICKS1 UNDER bc1NSOERATiON.By inhabitants according, ',fo the. post If they .throw- slanting wrinkles learn about after

*WHERE THEY ARE BADLY against the railroads for sins of omission recently published national 'census, across the front, it's because the seat wearing them'a while

4t'a and commission. A notice was there may ban intermission.ofone is cut too curved.. Seen out Fall assortment -
'NEEDED. Issued'to the Atlantic Coast Line the r CAPUDlNE Associated Press. hour from 12 o'clock m. :Ja- 1 o'clockp. If they "rope"'on'the .inseam, its ? It's simply

.. I Seaboard Air Line, the Florida Railway ,i it TallahasseaJ; ?Oct. 3:The The m i because the pants are cut too out of sight. WSIt,
t Company and the Live Oak CURES railroad commission.. Ms Issued the. .Nothing in,,this rule''cdntaineclshajlbe .crooked.
By Miss Jefferson Bell., Perry and Gulf Railroad Company on ALL ACHES following notice: construed,.as preventing:such delivery Pants should, fitcomfortably and
4 Tallahassee September; .-This the 24th.- that there will be a meeting And Nervousness To all the railroad companies and and receiving of freights by clean with'just enough fullness below
week has seen the passing out of ex of the.commissioners on the 9th TUilbottle: Atmc$JnI' common carriers doing business railroads earlier or later than the the seat to provide for sitting. SUITSTailored
} istence of the rendezvous of the exclusive -of October' to consider the adoption wholly or in- part with\n the 'state .of, above mentioned hours, [('they so de That's how OURS fit.

,, the Cherokee Club at Tallahassee of an order. requiring the construction! Florida: sire.And "Short Talks en Tailoring. Putt to Taste Vam
i You are hereby,notified that there byadding the following to" the (
; The'Cherokee was organizedsome of a union passenger depot at Live you on your guar Send or call for "
I will be a"rbf etJng of the railroad cow; Demurrage Rules: day
years ago its membership in- Oak. | copy. : J ,
stAte $20 to $50fPERSONS
cjcded such, men as ex-Governor Blox- I New depots or improvements in de- STATE STATUTE nissioners'ofr'the of Florida/ 17. When>A shipper,' makes; written :
:, ham, Judge Raney, the late CoL JohnA. pot facilities have been ordered at their:. office In the city, of '{allah s- application to a;railroad company.for amp,
a .- Henderson, Hon Fred T. Myers, Lee, Lawtey Minneola, Leesburg, sea; Florida, oat the l ll'iliry of Oe a car, to'be loaded with, any kind city
; Mr.- John Winthrop and other well Wildwood.. Arcadia Brooksville, Cadillac i tober, A. D. 1906, at il'ho'clock( a. m., of freight embraced In the tariff pt

*' known men. The club furniture has and Rochelle, which will be ap-. to consider the advisability of amending said company for transportation with I GARDNER
r been,purchased by the Elks who have preciated by the traveling public. PREVENTS ANY the rules and regulations of tha in the state of Florida, stating in p Use
" railroad commission: as follows: By! said the character .of the her
: handsome clubrooms here. Tallahassee Socialist Nominees.. substituting application I TAILORS yForHea Who Cart \$Pensacola.
in lieu tot
tp.onowinl1
; of its final destination the '
l Is a reritable Elk stronghold, The, Secretary of State Hon. H. \ Rules I' freght and '-
E\Jula the ,
7.of ntrral :
't there bein 'a'membersMp of one hundred Clay Crawford, In compliance with a 4 railroad company shall'furnish/same Brenr
: FRANK B. ARDNCR .Manager. "ItdIrtl01l.N.
shall
1. .In; no eSp anyrailroad*: within four from ;
o'clock
and twenty-seven with a large the following, has certified the nominations or'common days seven
carrier business
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doing
number of applications already in. of the Socialist" party to the I DONTIONGovernor wholly or in part within the state of 'I cation.a. nx the- day following such appli ofes
. Dade County Census. various counties: 'We.- request that Florida advance qr increase any
spec-
The Dade County census returns! you certify to the Boards of County 5al rates or other demurrage I Or, when the--shipper making such age
c show a. remarkable increase in population (f Commissioners in the different counties charges, storage or wharfage rates charges, application specifies' a future day on ..6001..NON..................... ............. !tom
144 for the 'and'in -the. Congres- .. which he desires! td make,a shipmentof
,.the per cent being respective without:.ifst tutmitUaglha; proposedincreased : We have Just received at Pcnsacola a cargo of 5000' barrels Eagle 4
a county in'' the last five years. The,fional' Districts to be placed ,on the of Alabama Meets. rate'jor rates, demurrage ( other than fruit or vegetables; ,) Brand, first quality 4 o1 arc.
taking of the census was provided for, official ballot In those counties to be storage or wharfage charges' to",the giving not less than fourdays' no-
by' the last legislature, but owing to voted for at the- next general electionthe the Situation 'bjr Calling railroad commissioners and receiving tire thereof, combating from seven Belgi 1 Portland Cement i
o'clock a. m. tMfa following such
epme. local difficulties the returns following: candidates, nominated their approval/ wa
were not ready when the census for by: the .Socialist party of r Florida[ in :And by substituting the.following aplication therailroad company in cooperage thaPe
the,state wag given to the public. The( state and county. conventionassem- Upon the People to in lieu of RnIe.;t.5 of the "Rules,Gov- shall furnish such cars on or before I We offer It t'n Car loads and Ins than car toads,.or prompt shipments. 1 ;
= figures given, out officially for 190.., bled: erring the Transportation of the day specified in the application.Or I Also have In stock at Pensacola our S as
Give Freely. t when the.-shipper making such Fibre' :Plaster and Texas Brand Hair 1
from the Department of Agricultureare I' "For -Railroad Commissioners A. C. Freight: Apex Wood 1 pot
as follows: i I i Sill. W.,Clark Beach. "15. ::A charge of ,not more than application specifies a future day on Lime in Car load lots. Set
Plaster.
which te desires to make a ship Fibre Keystone
Dade County-White 7SSO; Negro, "For Justice-William C. two dallars per car without regard hiebe
k upreme II i
ment of fruit and be made
or vegetables,giving not Your collect telegram win get our prices shipments can
4,181; other races 28. Total 12,059. ,i I Green.: 'f; Montgomery. Ala., Oct. 3.Governor to ias weight or contentswill, be allowed less than two days' notce thereof, the day your order cornea in. :
West Palm Beach-White, 883; Ne-;. "For Member of Congress, First Jelks has issued this proclamation for transporting, switching or 1 I from o'clock I
Total ....1)0. J[Distriet C. Allen transferring a loaded, : car from any I computing seven a. m. .
groes.397. j. C. ; Second District : ,the day following such application, : Carolina Portland Cement Company i bU.ho
Miami White, 2,983; Negroes,John T. McClellan. ;. Third, .Pistriet T. "The calamitous gulf coast invites point or railroad to any "connecting: the railroad company shall furnish If :
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1,744. Total 4,733. ||: B. Meeker." the sympathy of every good citizen of railroad o to any warehouse sidetrack 1 1 I such car or before the dayspeci ATLANTA GA. Mcan
"The census returne'in 1900 were as As the Socialist party Is a very in- the stat We have been profoundly or other point of delivery that fied In the on application.For ...........o......................... ...............

follows: Dade County-White. 3.548j:>:significant factor in state politics it blessed during this and other years may be designated by the consignee failure to comply with this .. co:
g Negroes, 1,293; other races 109. West is hardly to be supposed that nominees by being unvisited by any disastersof within a distance of three miles fromthe' i I rule the company so offending shall ve

; Palm Beach 564; Miami 1.681. \[i Blitch and Burr Parkhill; Whit-, far reachingj consequence, of epidemics point of starting.shall decline'And'refuse no railroad -;I forfeit and pay to the shipper apply- -, ---- Jo'ta'
Total increase 'In countY-White field or Congressmen Lamar, Clark of any sort.' Now comes the ; company .. ing the sum of $1.00 per'day. Of fraction -
222 per cent; Negroes 323.5 per cent.']R!and Sparkman are losing any sleep storm king -Inhjs fury and besides I I to above.transwer or switch any car as: of a day's-delay after expira.lon Goal and Ice for Sale Winter and Summer. be

j Total increase for county 144 percent over the action of the Socialist :party. destroying millions of dollars worthof I When in the transfer, switching or: of free time,upon demand In writing I
since 1900. I. The Judiciary.Judge' property robs 'the 'state of manyprecious I I transportation of a car between such made within thrty days thereafter by Get our pncesbefore; placing your orders.. We eaLe I
The total valuation of real estate Charles Bl: Parkhill of the lives and leaves some of the [ it ia the shipper." '
points, to over the
necessary pass ell Jellfco and Alabama
.' !n the county for 1905 was $2,899,410 Supreme Court with his charming I living helpless and without food or track or tracks of any intermediate !tA.t the above named meeting you,I S Galloway' besllumpcoaLWe Lego
- Personal property $478,090. I I family returned this week from their shelter tit offers no inconvenienceto railroad or railroads, said maximum the railroad companies and com-naa still maintain'our up-to-date ice delivery FL

4 The disparity in the figures representing -, summer outing. Judge .Cockrell ia In the prosperous and untouched to charge of two dallar3 shall be equit-.. carriers doing business wholly or .In system Our price for ice on platform at factory is six
6 the number of other races in New York at present. Judge Whit. spare of their abundance something ably divided between the railroads at. part within the State of Florida. 'will j ,
A the returns for 1900 and 1905 is explained field and his family are now at Alex- for their stricken and suffering fellow have an opportunity to l>e heard and 25 cents per hundred pounds or over. Phone 232.The H
by the fact that there 'are ander, North Carolina Judge Hookeris citizens.. to show cause,-II any you-have, why I '
Ibout 100 Indians in the county who In Virginia Judge Taylor and "The citizens of the United: Statesare the proposed amendment should not Moore Ice Company
,y should be included in the returns butt Chief Justice Shackleford are spendIng a sympathetic people, the .remotest be adopted. '
is very difficult to get any definite their vacation comfortably at hamlet quickly feeling and Done and ordered by the railroad I Factory Corner Garden and Manresa Streets
v Information concerning them. They home. The court will convene October promptly responding the first touchof OPEN FORIBUSINE.SS commissioners of the state of F.or. P O. Box 422. Phone 232 noIn
:i' ave' no settled habitation and move 'the ninth. dreadful ravages;whether they be Ida, In session at their office,in the .
from fire disease or storm, but this city of 'Tallahassee, Fia. this 26th I .. '. beIo
visit is to our own ''family and Its day tf Septembers :A.. D. 1906. ; '> .
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.a members and they need; our help.It JEFFERSON R BROW "E,, I -' '

will be the privilege of the prosperous Attest, : Chairman. 001..".'" ... .. .......e:..!...t..... _. ,......
of this state'and their pleasure ,R. C. DUNN, .f
to supply quickly and promptlythe : _Secretary
urgent needs of the people of ,:INS: ? B.A.: CE
Mobile and county and that sectionof FUNERAL NOTICE.
-The funeral of H. H. J<'nne e,win be I
Alabama recently visited. To that I held this afternoon at 1:30 o'clock from
y a : end this proclamation, calling upon the family residence, corner Chase -and h,AG l1NS, a FIRE= OR TORNADO I
the good people of Alabama to contribute I Alcaniz streets. Interment In St. Johns
for relief either to the cemetery. The pallbearers will be: W. : '
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such
: Klein H. Cam, E. J. Amos. Jan .
O.
Gardner.
committees In their respective com. The Grocery I Walker. Humphreys. Henry. Horsier and : Your, Hou'se! H oasehold.:Goods, Stock of Goods, i ij.
to commit. A. H. D'AlembRreFriends
munities, or"else direct a and acquaintances -
-: 4 Bit Rotter Cwjtcrf r n r. ed ra tee at Mobile formed for the purposeof Company is for Invited to attend. Store, or hn y thig of value, in one.-of, our companies. T

-Fir fin van FtrWbMpUfWe Phsiarnsser CaiL furnishing relict" open Pen acoU Lodge, No. <2, F. 4 A. M:. \\ e off fl )e/,verybest l protection at the lowest pos- !
.dTlfplue-TmrJIanei Pensacola .
Lodge No. 4%
F. &
fclba te* eongh mrdiI e, b o Pa two,.chll.Vioooptog 4oth In'jespect to a request from the relief business a t i its old AJ M.; Regular communication: j.sible1/tariff rates. 'accident
Also insurance.
and bond
'C.S, lime ever bad UT.a eoosh My Cocgb:wand commUtee of Mobile for a state :, Thursday, October 4. at '730 :
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DrTBelM ttna.TartloDey p. m. .
for ftm ran.and contribution of $25,000to help the stand Main and "
;v,y to sit ap eLe an woald,Lin A It Lmnd op cn&ielT.leap Bad IirokaIt fl My m people on the .coast ;south of. Mobil, corner '-r'E.,HARVEY B. M. SOLoMoN SecretarV.K. Springfield Mass. .:. .'. . .$ 7,337,875 48Westchesterpf :

-: ; sb L.a t.ten tt sloes a.d ese the governor replied that such an appropriation -,Palafox streets and Wr. 1L : N. y.: 4,308,77816 : le
1 ; .prod iwveIrme by"the state.w!>s prohibited -' : .

-j 1 I I cwe, ha. u W o m.n x.8. acea by statute. He has put .he rents solicits a continuanceof : OF P. MEETING. i Firemen's olN. J.. ... . . .. 3,794,615 43 : 6)nt
L D.Bauue. 1iOiD of the national guard at the. disposalof The members of Pensa- .. .

; +, Orv.noaro, avaaraays. the committ-ae. : the that P.cola,. are Lodge requested 1'0. 3 to, K.meet of Alliance. prPhila.: j . ... . .. 2,034,688 !
I 4 Mayer Teague hag called a numberof patronage 4 at their Castle Hall this clha
citizens together and started a. re- ; afternoon at ZU5 o'clock. : Caledonian- Scotland....V;; ,A' ., 1,883,209 75
lief movement. He immediate tele- has been bestowed. inthe to attend the funeral ol
1 i a graphed Mayor Lyons of Mobile and our late brother. H. H. : Georgia Home of Columbus. 1,034,603 96 : Sr
iJennette .
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1Xi 3.30
o'clock.Memben'
1 ,Mayor Bliss of Pensacola to draw on 4r of'aistetlodges and visiting Sfiawiieeo: Kansas. : 00 cift
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t. him at once for $500 each..' past. brethren are cordially Invited to attend. i { ::: . ., 941,028 i ii

F Committees went to work this afternoon Interment In St.; John's cemetery. Va. State: k)Richmond . 744,853 82 :

t Too Can Trust.The People-T. ey Know What They Want. raising funds, for ,relief work I Fresh goods are being fr* HORSlf. K..ooff B.Ic S.c.:C. Aetna, .Life. accident l 00
on the coastReal &: liability) 79,247,504; :
OVER 5,000,000 BOTTLES SOLD) ANNUALLY received daily .and NOTICE. i
Estate Transfers. National Surety.of N. 'X'. .-. . .., 2,216,714 :
And sate Increasing each year leaves BO room .
the : '
>5 to qoasUoa the wisdom of the people'' Following 'U a list of the real estate none but: the best are 1 Ptincipil on Thursday hockey and;Friday ill.be-of at school this week N;;: t: / SZ n tt
"Semedy.
Choice 4t a Gough between 9.00 and 1 o'clock, to

-.. t ben ter !M OWt in hri Betrta, the transfers P ftAae. Il"CO' U

i 2Sc..60e.aai:ss.BoWe's Conaon Cornelia to Connors Bscambla and Realty husband.Co.-Lot Shade 3, -___:NOTICE County" Supt.- i- SOlifHERHtjNSURANCE; Y., (Inc.), -lagr

block SL Eat King Tract.east of Tarragona Loultvllle and, NashvilleRalirosd..
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- I THE-E.E.SUTHERLAND MED,CO...Padwab,Ky. Frank street: Bannerman J30.00. to Escambla Realty cola Regular and. Mobile train servtc wm be between resumed PenS rommenclng -- : r: 5.; BROW 7i gf.-' Thiesen Building xN.D
Co.-Lots 11, 12 and 13, block 267, New with train No. ( at 7:00o'rtoct r
other good and Klein Grocery Go .
City Tract-31.00. -. a. ,,October 3rd. No sen1ce'between
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amended -
budget, dated October 3, : -
Remarkable which in view "
Successin of the damage by the
storm, the finance committee thought The
is of
Right Style one the .
St. Louis.: advisable .to submit The amended 'f 1

budget deducted the sum of $7,07! ..

1 No one but a "pumpkin head" St Louis oct: '3.-=Thee astonishingsafe for engineer the ,fire etc.engine and added and the salaries of: L'.', -" .- ,a_ things that you can count on ,in our ,

discredits the _Importance: of. being 'of Cooper's preparations in this $250 per month to the appropriation sum of Co .. .

well dressed.No I I city has now' reached--such immense for _the board of Public \Vlorks,mak.. Schloss Clothes- there to
figures that the .medical fraternity at ing the total appropriations" ,. put stay by
one but a millionaire or a large have become; forced into open 85552
and :leaving a surplus of $13,.

professional beggar can afford to ations.discussion of the 'man*-and- his prepare.* K9.77 of to a be' fire appropriated engine or in for'the any man purchase Q. expert taiI.oxs: who know what style is* r

be careless of appearance.: The. physicians a.whole' seem to ner: the council'may see fit hereafter: 1 Y

True economy Is to buy earlyin be divided with regard, to the young Estimated Revenue. It's worth a, good* deal to know your -
man's success In 'SLLouis--some being t -P .
The Clothes are'right In this with '
estimated ; respect ;
_
the season; then' one gets the revenue of .the.cityupon **
hehas"
for what
to credit ;
willing
hljn which the first the right quality, tailoring and fit. as a
wear. accomplished, while'others' assert &pproprlations'are -.-.-'-'WelL .
IIi full season's based is as follows 4'1b1! / "
that the interest he has aroused is .
-
Cash carried '
over .. .. ..13000.00
The storm Is over and
have .
we but a passing fad which cannot last; licenses .. .. ... .. .. ... ,%7,000.00'MIscellaneous '
-- got down to business In earnest. and which will die-out- quickly as it receipts ... 2,500.00( You .can feel that about whatever

Come what has .sprung up. V s Fines, costs &nod'fees: .. .. '16,000.00! way -
see we have in
The opinion of these two factions is Co. road and bridge tax. 8,000.00

store for you. : 'J .' very well voiced in the statements Tax, 11 mills ..: ... ., 130,829.00 :' buy here
made recently'' by wo'of V number: of 7 you -we absolutely guarantee i

physicians who were interviewed, on Total. .. .-., -..' ... ..1( .$197429.00

the* ,subject." Less 5 per cent .. .. .. 9,865.00 .everything we sell. You -will find
Dr. J. E. Carass, when questioned

I about ,the matter:; 'said "1 have not Total available ... ... .$187,463.00

STANDARD rLOTDING 1'0. been a believer in proprietary prepare Appropriations .- .. .. .. ......... + ', q,pC'_ a that our styles are exact duplicates of n' :F
[ \BUILDING.- atibns heretofore, nor can I.say.that z -

believe in them. at. present" ,But .1 Surplus ... .. .4 6,619.o8The
must-admit that some-of the facts recently amended estimate receipts the fashionable garments worn in New ,
brought to my notice concern. Increased the tax from 11 to 12 mills

ingTHhis man Cooper have gone far' making the total amount availablef
-
-
SOMETHING. NEW tew rds- removing the p prejudice:: had ropy taxes ,$136,168.62, instead ',of York and other I large cities and that our
formed against him.rhea the unheard $130,829 thus, With'the deduction for y /

(fiU-f:!d Hied Beauty Plus, 25 and 30c per pair'w. of demand for the preparations. 'first. the purchase of a' fire engine allow.
ing a surplus of over $13,000 for big enables r
A.Gahlenbeck. 211 S. Ptlafoi SL sprang' up. in this city. emergencies. .- "" variety youto perfectly suit '.
"Numbers of my patients whomhave I .

.treated for\chronl.c. kidney. Sewer Work.Chairman .
COTTRELL, and, etomach.'troubles have met-me Green, of 'the board of your individual taste. Let us show you I t T

FINEPHOTOGRAPHS.Pensacola. after' taking Cooper's 'remedies, and bond trustees stated that he had been ;
that he has.ac advised by Contractor Btorrie that
Fla.. have stated positively: :
complished wonderful, results for owing to the storm; the railroads had edhA :
them. I notice particularly in cases advised him that 'it.would be.well to % _- The Latest -
that has delay the arrival of material,for the ,
TURTON & BELL. of stomach trouble the man
,
construction of the sewer'system fora SCH LOSS ,
PHOTOGRAPHERS SINCE lift.Krtfck relieved several cases that were o f -
h ppte:: .. Flitishln far-AniiUvrt. few days. Mr. Storrie had also enclosed .
) years' standing and proved very obstinate
.
bis check for $100 for the Fashions for Fall.
in treatment
llim n .
benfit, of the sufferers from the'storm. .
'
"I the last me. earth to
am on
R.. K. WHITE RJopCI&s were received from the i
stctmittr.Himtictariiiglevtler.: and Gr4.*t* stand in the way of anything that general ordinance committee the

( licI...30 S. Ptlalos Street Peftssesla.Fla. may prove for the public good simply; board of aa.fety'and: the board of pub: Long'Coats'are the.thlng.-'wlth'long narrow: lapels and semi-shaped backs, side and centre Teats. AH coats t

am through inclined professional to give Cooper perjudice and and his I lie work and city comptroller and I n 5t I S are ..three.button" this-year-and. those cut either "straight-front" nearly so, are considered the best style.

credit suitable resolutions were passed rela Colors are mostly dark'mixturesblack, blues and browns-though greys are. still 'very popular. Plain colors r #
Tersely ToldW. preparations as deserving to tive $4 .
to the death of- City EngineerW. 5 t o $3 0
some extent the popular demonstration F. Lee. The comptroller's' report are always, stylish.: :
that has been accorded them in
W. Green; of Panama City was this city." .. was as follows: The latest Is.the'Trench.Flare-Back" model of which you get some Idea from the picture. This =' 'f',}ltfr i

among the visitors in the city Jest r. Another well known physician who Pensacola.Comptrollers Report.26, O V ere 0't is a semi-fitting'garment with wide skirts and a deep centre-vent in back, made of the new a ,

(day.E. was seen, took the opposite view of To the Hon. Mayor meCSept City of: worsteds and other appropriate fabrics. Rain coats, both loose and form fitting. are more popular than ever, 4 L

M. Lovelace, of Brewton is the' "Cooper-mania" as he called it, Pensacola: -1 tn f whUe the TP'Coat is a garment always in style. Paddocks and Box-Coats are also among the fashionable
among' the' business visitor to the which now has this! city in its grip Gentlemen-Below 'please1, find statement $15 3 0 i ,
-of ill
receipts and disbursements
for over-garments of the
city. He said "I year.
: can only liken the present I,, the month of August. 1906; with a detail 1 Fpri
If have a house for rent advertise -! state of affairs to,a certain kind statement of the expenses for the month:

if you in The Journal. Quite a number of hallucination. For ,want of 'a better floating also a comparative debt on August.statement 31, 1906 of, and the SEE_ OUR SPLENDID SHOWING NOW, WHEN IT1SAT IT'S BEST. ; 4y r
of people are looking for housesto name I might --call it 'Cooper- July 31. 1906.
mania. The people ot{;.St. Louis seem Cash in treasury July
rent Don't,, delay. Do it to-day.
to be firm in the belief that this man 31. 1906 .....:..... | 32,816.71Receipts
Mrs. Halen Lewis, who has been Cooper has.health' August. 1906: '
corked
I up in a bottle.
spending several months at .her old From taxes .........$ 1220.42
some in Scotland, returned to the c'tj Fines and pound fees 1,669.601aI1scellaneoua Watson Parker & Reese Co.
'Some of
yesterday, having had a pleasant voyage completely} cured them"imagine them of that various he has ills ....... 119.81- 2,949.83 ,

across. .Mrs. .Lewis says she Judging from their statements it is Making *.......... $ 35,766.60
spent a most enjoyable time while vis. The
H disbursementswere
beyond me to why the city has '
king her old friends and relatives, say as follows: "Everything to Wear/
gone crazy over the It be
returns tne man. may Interest on bonded .
i and to city in the bestof '
health and spirits. one of the passing fads that So often debt ,-............. 90.00
attack the American public. Warrants paid ....:! 8.8)5.394;) 8,945.39
: The tug Mary: Wlttich, of Mobile "Sooner or later -the people are Balance s.
cash In
treasury
. was among .the vessels wrecked in bound to regain their senses, and will ............... $ 26,821.21 "
that port by the hurricane.. Many then realize that a reputable 'physician Expenses, August, 1906. trians and teams at railroad crossings >
Pensacolians will remember the tug;, is the to whom 1:1:
i one their health Department of Public Safety- and subways for electric wires TYPEWRITER
as she was formerly owned at this had best be entrusted." Police Protection: In' the business; district of the city. WANTED GREAT DAMAGE
port and towed in the harbor for In the meantime Cooper meets sev- Salaries of Marshal,
The ordinance requiring that watchmen !
years. The"passenger steamer Gus-. eral thousand people daily, and oply Station Deputy house and Police.expenses -) 1,548.02: be placed at Zarragossa and REPAIRS
j tie, which has also been here a number smiles when statements of the above ............ 120.00 Hayne street crossings was amendedby :tf: < f
of times, is also wrecked. character are quoted. to, him. His Patrol expenses...... 216.22 Alderman .
Mkura include other "
. Dave S. ca.shm8Jl. who was in Mobile charitable work -still continue to be Feeding Stock pound prisoners.expenses.. -40.40 126.98 ,' railroad crossings and to caused some DY STORM AT.CHUMUCKlA > r. :it.t j 10--
: at the time of extensive. Having secured the services of ; ._ R
the storm reached very Incidental expenses.. 45.26 1 2,096.88 discussion in the council. The an expert d
. home last nignt. He has been in Fire Protection repairer, we beg to notify the public
: amendment finally carried
was by a
. I Five salesladies and five that we are now prepared to overhaul.
Mobile for' three weeks on business, Salaries of Chief and vote of 6 to 5, the mayor casting the adujust or rebuild all makes of typewrlt-
0 and when he heard of the storm and VALUABLE. ; WORK OF employees ...:....1264.66' deciding amnnafve vote. Alderman salesmen. Apply at Wm. era and adding machines and cash regi."I d=
Telegraph
alarm renewals. -
-
All
., could get no news of Pensacola was and calm DeAlemberte. "Renshaw:! -"Wat- ters. work guaranteed. Estimates 1.11,1,1,
repairs ed. Telephone :
us and will send for
very uneasy, but finally. secured a REVENUE CUTTERSContinued expenses .......... 78.00 son and Yonge voting against the Johnson & Son,.corner Pala- your machine or call and we make an exam'e .
I Journal from a party who had walked Apparatus and ma- measure. The ordinance was then }ination and estimate. .
( from First Page.) chinery, renewals fox and Intendencia street.
part of the"way from Flomaton. and I .
and repairs........ 3.S5 passed for further action at the next '
he says be: read every. line of it the cutter'-for any mission ,of mercy, Rent of truck and meeting.

eagerly. upon which she;could be used. The Hydrant engine rent houses.,........... 828.67 87.00 Street Railway Ordinance. New Methodist Church Is PensacolaTypewriter -

Follow cutter coaled yesterday, afternoon and Incidentals .......... 249.02 Just Received.
the crowd-get Blue Ribbon ,The ordinance
will start out this morning at 6 Additions and re- granting the rightto Macaroni. Wrecked and Crops Injured -
Lemon and Vanilla. Absolutely pure, o'clock for'points along the coast pairs .............. 300.062,808.10 A. A.. Erickson et al, to constructa Dill Imported Pickles, Sauer Kraut.. Sweet.Mackerel.Oil Cheeses Cod Exchange
go twice as far. and.the."Blue Ribbon Charities: street railway on certain streetsin Fish, Pigs Feet, Spanish Onions. Pilot
making'a cruise of a day or more 'nto Trees
Flavor" is perfection. Ask for the Salary physician..'... 60.00 the city, which was to be extended Bread French Navy Bread. Everythingfresh -Many
the gulf, but keeping close in shoreso PHONE 1369
Biz? Hospital expenses... 31.25: to the owned by the and new.
as to observe if there are any families Medicines ........... 20.70 property promoters Witch Hazel $1.00 per gallon Blown Down.
of line known BeacnMaven
along' the beach. It Is possible Care and transpor- the as 313-315 Brent BuildingTypewriters
HARGIS PHARMACYHAS that the cutter may visit someof the I -tatIon of paupers. 111.06111.95 was brought up on third reading Marine Grocery Company.V. Special: 1 to The Journal.
PHONE WORKINGTo I and final passage and killed by a J. VIDAL, Manager. Chumuckla. Oct. 8.-The hurricane I tjv- -
towns along the coast,.which have not Total Department of vote of 6 to 4, a two-thirds vote being which swept over f-
been heard from As long as there I Public Safety..... 9 .5,017.53 for its In caused considerable damage la thi soft
the 'PeM. We necessary passage. con.
c: beg to an- -
.
Is need of the services'ot..the Fe"Ren- Department of Pub- cinity. -
nounce that bur No. 88 is Sic WorksStreetscrossingsete3 nection with this matter Alderman .
phone, nowin Methodist
den she will remain in or near this years, was a small matter to the The new churchcommplettlon :
working order, and all orders will 1820.48 McHugh took occasion to remark men back of the scheme, as by the ChranucUa, which was -
1 be given our usual dispatch. port. Streets lighting.... 1206.44 that the sum of $%,000,. the amountof of they would have was swept away and Is a total wreck. The best Standard Typewriters offered '<
Sewers cleaning and the forfeit in the end two years Fences were blown down and corn. for days only, at a great sacrifice ..,
1 Soctlt. HARGIS. '- PHARMACY.ISENEIIGE. flashing ........... 30.00 specified case had enough lots at Beach Haven sold sugar cane etc., blown to the ground and for-leD cash. I .&
Public i line was not constructed within two the $2,006 at least one-half of the cotton crop will : 7
stand
buildings repairs to enable them to
and be 10sL One Remington No. T. Been used. 'tw s:,
expenses S2.75 without noticing it. and that it was I am Informed that the Pace Turpen- 4 months, perfect condition .....$35.00 .?.''t .
Total an insufficient guaranty: that the tine'Company suffered great loss on account One No. C. Fine ,
Department of Fay Sholeo. condi ,tt: ,
Public Works.... 3,109,67Department iroad would be bi;lt. -AldermanD'Alemberte of the timber being blown -down. tion ............____.._...........I2S.OO ., "
[ all through this section '
Lots of Umber .
: of General : No took exception to the re One Underwood. No. 4. Been used g
DamageAt has been laid to the ground. The old
,........
three weeks. Bran new $10.00
I ExpensesSalaries marks of Mr. McHugh, stating that citizens here,say that it was the most I I : "1tlJj i
.aa "officers... 854.85 fjre' y sot soil. was subject to an disastrous storm Santa Rosa has experienced i One No. 7 Bllckenderfer. Good condition : :
mv Legal expenses...... 100.00 that the line would be for many years. ........................... .$15.00
agreement !
Stationery ........... 8.75 The Escambta river is out of.Its banks I Foxl. "1.
! CONTRACTOR F 3Sr Incidentals ........... 239.64 built. Upon a vote being taken Alderman the low land being a solid sheet of water. ,lOne No. 3, ...Practically..,..........bran,.,.70.00 ; .('" '
Expenses Bond Trustees Christie Maura, McHugb. and
-
w 3T + a ............... 85.95 :' All Rensbaw voted against the measure BENEFIT DANCE WILL BE I One months No.iFox............Been......used...._..two...$ J..IO .. I.f j.
sin Total 'Department "-- and it was lost. AT CATHOLIC KNIGHTS'HALL,One No. 23 Fox Visible. Been used oJ"i :
I,... ,- m General Expenses. $.'.1,289.19 : Saloon Licenses.A Owing to the fact that no lights Can i two months ......................$32.00I : tI
[ I Ih Department of Health large number of applications for be procured for the Eagles hall the I 'am overstocked and will offer the iI
DONATES Pt Salaries of Inspec- .. saloon licenses were acted upon favorably dance to have been given 'there tonight I above for ten days only, for cash t--

Salary ton ...of.health- $ 683.12 a motion being offered and carried by the Eagles for'the'benefit of I !

r C officer............. 50.00 allowing all who had not made [ the storm sufferers will be given at t. F. B. BRUCE
N1 Salary of clerk...... 15.00 regular application to the council to the hall of the Catholic Knights. ;
i U Hilton Green is In receipt'of a do so during the meeting. TIle applications Barrios orchestra will i 21 Brent Building.Batteries :1
furnish
letter from R. C. Storrie, of New =:: m Total Department of : Goods anfresh, and new to select from acted subjectto the I I
: Orleans. contractor for' the sewerage t- Health ....!....... $ 750.12Total -the best in the market. Come in andInspect the action were of the :board upon of county worthy music, and as. the there event, 'is "for a : .
purpose will '
, Astern, expressing his sorrow at the .y expenses for our Hart Schaffner &Marks A. commissioners.City. no doubt 1 ,1
, teas of the storm Mr. Storrie adds: August 196 ...... $ 10,166.51 B. Kirschbaum and W. S.. Peck Fine Engineer. be a large attendance.Brains !, l

: .1 note that your community Comparative Statement of Floating Clothing Banister Walkover and Doug- Nominations for the office of 'City 1 .i.ii.

. t'aims.that; you i do not need outside Debt. las Shoes. Stetson. No Name and Bonar Engineer being in order Alderman ir

. help, but we, claim to be one of you. Items-Aug to July 31:,31.1906-1906 fats; also a complete line of Shirts, Cahn nominated Earl Thornton who '-i.:'; :(
177 sympathy goes out to the poor The "FhIJ.lrQn'Br, nd Interest on bonded Pajamas, Holsery, Neckwear and Fancy was duly elected by a vote of 8 to

. and needy and homeless. I now en- debt .... ........$ 48830 S 57830 Vests, Overcoats Cravanettes.. in latest 2, his only opponent for. the position (
for
clone' New for $100.00to are noted Individuality and for Pensacola Water Co., tries -and colors.
York Erchange 3376.67 Lee
being Stephen
tailor-made at- The.lest New 2,720.00 < All kinds of Electric Bat- 3
be used at your discretion." York tailors make these trousers.No Bills payable..........., 8,100.00< ) 8,100.00 We win appreciate your patronage. A number of other minor mattersreceived .
tailor could make titter ones Accounts payable. ., 5, 28.52 4,804.64 the consideration of the teries for launches. I have i

An Awful Cough Cured. Totals ....... ......$17,493.69'$16,203.14: : body .after which' council adjourned. Repaired just what want. ASK me r +
"Two years ago our little girl had Sold in Pena rola by All-of which is respectfully submitted. you -

*'ith touch of pneumonia,which left had her WHITE:A NIX, GEO. T. MORGAN, THREE SWINDLERS about them. ........ i '
She
Comptroller.
an awful cough. -
spells! of coughing Just"like.one with CLOTHIERS: Twelve Mill Tax. WILL BE SHOT 1-'! t

the whooping cough, and some 29 South Palafox StMADE Alderman Yonge Introduced an ordinance White 6 NixOUTFITTERS Grape NutsTHER

thoUght she would not get well at providing for the levying of I Chihuahua Mexica Oct. i-T e E. W. Peake
a- We got a bottle of'.Cba! fiber- BYBS. an ad 'ft orem tax of 12 mills to provide Mexican supreme court today handed .
aln's Cough Remedy' wlifea acted for the needs of the city, during down a decision -affirming death sentence ,
use a charm. She stopped coughing ILD'CH' ..&:KllPATMJK: the current year. and ordinanceswere .I in tile case of Richardson Electrician.
Qd rot stout and fat." writes Mrs. .' 7Maoi; InrYorit. read the second time relating.to Harle and Maapa. the New York life A REASON.jjjijjj __
17.ft: Mav rb; ;
:)ra Bussard,. BrubateT. flL" This the width of sidewalks on- certain I insurance company)" swindlers.. Th4a\

remedy i( for sale by all drn its... streets adequate protection folr Defiesl3 _T/UT Moatrt North tt Your Money sack.v :-nl.l be hot. New Star LaundtT.Bu11uric .

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gtbe l from twrded-to..It.:'. ... the:' -]didvale- .Company.' :Far--- -laying U 'wires.t' The following J t\: are J!game.aihright.fight: ;to the people"'*1C'and******i.is**: making d..Jili;4 A4 M. 'Ask-your''CODStipatlo doctor HIS.to long name list some 1riU of me nsUt of

urola Imtfhal J" begin
;
: 'The Steel Trust managers were at S.among Philips the.probable, orLerjsTcounty: candidates;' Sept; Supt 7'1:.I I every converts time._ to_he the makes;'drainage; speech.scheme.The l .- .headache, biioasneur.dyspepsia, thin blood'Yith sick bad
him
skin. Then ask if
once summoned lo Washington: WOOd. of' Suwannee county; Supt newspaperhowl that went. up at the he would recommend I
_ where, ;'immediately granted the Is beginBing get a JOuusfnCAycr's Pills for constipation. ?
they were' Bob Turner of Xlitrua- county; exSupt first fA fight ,>u
DA1LY, WEEKLY. SUNDAY. : -a private interview with Secretary Bert Fish ,of Volusia county. Of bit feeble.,. Florida editors'can't all be 'Laxative W pill>at JW.bedtime 110 CoeMU,:a!few W times pBbBgb, that's an.,
fooled
'r '. Honaparte, after wfckfc-as a course Hon.. W. M. Holloway will.ask bought -but a lot of 'em can be ea.for ni..et.iteslyre sense. .C.bw"a'
gg
s PUBLISHED EVER MORNING EXCEPT MONDAY:: for the endorsement'of a re-election, sometimes. They dont like' to find t also
intelligence
matter of course-"the startling
while ,it Is almost certain that Hon:; out they have been fooled. When
.
...By... the'.gov .
was given out that generally -f'
THE JOURNAL COMPANY. ernment would divide the -work' be- W.Sheats the ring with will'his siui oldtime'11m his castor into and they make do Jt hot find for It.both:out the they News Bureaus ....... .......,............................

tf- 4 tween the. Steel Trust and the independent address. A lively. mix-up' is end the cause they are:hired to repre ;

company; promised." : sent. I.I-th1-BdARDs
s t AND i iCtOSETS
gh FRAN L MAY-ES, President anll G.n.r.t Manaigers As Mr. Watson 'very .forcibly puts Lewis Zim's St Augustine Meteoris The Jacksonville-Times-Union putsa CHINA i

s It. all to the'goodsky. Listen to this: feather In a.brother,editor's cap by j

MEMBER THE ASSOCIATED PRESS. !SHow can such, a deal. as this be defended "One by one are the venomous villlfiers saying,that "Editor:Storrs of.the DeFuniak > : 1 l!
? What power does the.Steel ,of Governor ? SUBUCRIPTION RATES Trust have over our government taw and their maledictions nailed Placket of the'United States De- ,. '. *

One Yea1' .. .. ..........$5" CO One Month .'s' ... ..-.. 4SSts such that presidents it can dictate as Grorer successively" Cleveland to, wheri they belong:'' Upon the scaffold partalentot' Agriculture asking for 'l. *

Months. .'. .. .. .. .. 2 50 DnA W4"Pk._ 'u ,. ,_ .. 10TJ1'ee a Democrat, and Theodore Roosevelt, of public condemnation.' Finding some modification of the regulation cattle :. -We. 'never: have had so many pretty ones as L i
Yx .. truthful argument of no avail and In reference to the granting of .1 {
onths. .. 1 25 Weekly Edition per year.i CO a Republican Howls: It that Cana five have
gie could escape punishment when driven to desperation at the thought and,sheep'ln the Choctawhatchee for- *=L+, now-made of quartered, oak, highf f
admiral of that their writings, have had the op; est reserve. In 'Walton county. He ro. "
the ranking the- con and
The Only Peaaacola Newspaper From Which a Detailed victed him of monumental fraud navy; and posite effect from that Intended 'the showed ;that the:,conditions were'.different polished marvels of beauty...., : and ele- j t
the
In
those prevailing
from
CircalafJoa Statement Caa Be Secured how Is it that Carnegie's successor opponents of Governor Broward have ganCe. .
Schwab can wring from Roosevelt's lost control of their better Judgment western pa1 t-ofthe United States and i --.1-- .
t secretary of the navy one-half of 'a and are saying things for the sole-purpose the regulation would work hardshipto .4 1
ry in the of prejudicing the mind of the owners of,cattle and sheep and : ,* :
huge contract altar he had lost $15:00
:Parts Edasdat lIollls 38 I I Paper.on Sal. on Trains competitive bidding for that contract? voters regardless: of the essence of compel settlers in or near the proposed i to' $65.00 Ii I ItAVhy
1 Bssiness Ottic.1500 truth which essential to' the forest reserve _to dispose of
: and stall Nows Stands. To say nothing of any other aspectof is so .
this very peculiar and very morti- .backbone of substantial argument their stock at a sacrifice. In reply he .' C i
fying situation, the haS' been'assured ,.Associate; Forester
government maybe ,
-
'j : Offlces-Journ.1 Bulldlng-Co.ner Intendencla and DeLuna Sts. sure that it will never again have 'The Monticdlb News is one state Price that there is no Intention to f" 3- not give one for .that'wedding present i

honest competition in the construe' paper that has ,convictions and the injure. the settlers' Interests and.the r
f tion of its battleships. By takIng courage that by no means always goes local conditions' will receive the ..full .. .

:t; PENSACOLA, FLORIDA. THURSDAY MORNING OCTOBER 4. '1906. away from the Midvale Company the with them. In a .recent reference to est consideration should the proposed .
legitimate results of its lower bid, some of the scurrilous attacks made Choctawhatchee reserve be established. MARSTON & QUINA \1Z
the government has as good as told upon the chief executive of the State- Mr. Storrs has done the people of i ii I

t Palma's future Is uncertain. D1Cuba's. upon the point of view; and it should the Midvale Company that hereafterit for instance, the News has the fol his county great service. by his Z f
t; never: be forgotten that a Senator had better pool issues with the lowing to say "Governor Broward is prompt action." "' 108V110 S. Patafox St. Phone 149. Pensacola, Fla. I
Steel Trust Therefore we have
'; There's always an element of uncertainty who would-for instance-:suit Mr. the amazing spectacle of a govern ..... ..... .. .......... ................. ... ..

Y in a war of the elements. Carnegie or :Yr. Morgan, might! for ment which is pretending to combat THE: J I
i that Tery reason, prove wholly unsuited and break up the trusts, deliberately DROUTH IS OVER; -=
y L to have made turning upon its own tracks and doing II
Theodoras seems to the views of the plain, SCHOOL BOOKS.
that which stifles competition.The .
: dents in Cuba's Independence. everyday citizens of this Re .
some great significant point in all this is THE SALOONS ARE TO OPEN and.School'Supplies, Bags. Straps,,Scholar* Companion Sponges, Slates, Pencil
r
public. Tablets, Erasers, Rulers.' Drawing Panel'Is, Book Knap-Sacks for Boys; Ink pJi. I
First the wind rose; then cotton :And, furthermore; it is, one the that. Secretary Bonaparte stands high Penholders. All Text Book sold at pub Usher's prices. Store Jammed full i
a rosa. It's an ill wind-but we refrain. in the ranks of that "better element School Supplies.. i
whole well to.remember,that the object
upon which' we have been given to CJoe's I3oo73. Store mIId.O
The question that sticks every body of a Democracy is not to put In
understand, in season and out of It, TO-DAY AT NOON THE EMBARGO
4 nowadays-What will that "big stick office the so-called "best men," but the future of'the Republic depends. WILL BE ,New v Brent Building. Phone 235.

t hit next? the men who most thoroughly" represent But .w'e are inclined to believe that RAISED AND THOSE WITH A WEEK- -----
the "plain people who must if this is the best that "element"can Sett
The State University at Gainesville.
Is open. May It never be open to always constitute'the great majority : do the sooner the people undertake OLD THIRST WILL ,BE ALLOWED J. F. ,DAVIS JEWELER Des S4
r :And it may be said in conclusionthat i the management of their own ,

,:' criticism. one of the reasons why UhaSPl'O.1 ship of state., the longer it-will be TO QUENCH.IT.tween W 1 I S1k
Taft seems to have taken well in en dlfflcult to reduce! kept afloat f New Brent Building 23 S. Palafox St 31+

Cuba at least he has already taken from!theory"to practice Is that so I 'InWas
fa The drouth in the desert Is broken "
H ; drinks, can be quenched. The
the Cuban treasury: many habitual Democrats fail to
recognize Democracy when II Wb have reached the green o-asls; man who drinks the mist julip,. the !need have no terrors for you P1.
The Pope's private physician is It they see R>, PENSACOLA PHILOSOPHY.' -* The powers that .be have spoken, toddy-drinker the almost-but-not WASH DAY if send, .
you your washing to
'
dangerously HL He Is' well-heeled, Well, I guess you all know where quite tetotaler, and the professionalbooze Dan
In a word Democracy, Is not necessarily By Sam B. Russ. the place is. grafter can satisfytheir appe- The New Method Laundry, ;rc
but can't heal himself. like an aristocracy a government iH tites. The week has been a long one PROSE. 1186 E. W. LAWRENCE. Prop. lee Petted Unadrj 8149. w. ROUUt SeatA'i

: This is the appointed time In this of the best men ...it is a i. "Hh There is booze:; to-day for the weary, to some of them and it will probably AGENTS WANTED. .
be many years before they again allow !
And gin for the inva-lid
government of the : ;
Immediate vicinity for the calamity people, whetherthey With such,a long time to elapse between
The froth'galore for the -
be road to mints one that neverneeds beery; I II .
j" liar to.lie-lie low, that is. good, bad'or indifferent repairs. For Bliss has got off of the lid. drinks. Bat then, everything, ;:: SI ,' : rfmTires
: -The Boozer. ills'saId, comes to him who' waits X = Pu
Major St Clair
y. :Joseph. Chamberlain the English Abrams evidently Hard men generally find it hard to Last and there will be Joy among many .
night the
has city council granted
kr statesman has lost his eye sight. He a "big'sUck"- his own, Judging take life easy. -" :the permit of all applicants to sell this morning when they learn that ;I NIGHT SCHOOL Gin

k+ lost his fore sight some time ago. from the manner in which he goer liquors In the city, and: Mayor Bliss at- noon they can satisfy that thirst. : I IJ.
for Governor Broward in a recent issue Riches have wings--lf they. didn't announced Immediately thereafter Tie saloons, however, are to beopened 1101viAs

George Bernard Shaw wants the alphabet of his son's paper, the Tavares they.could. .never fly: our :way. that the embargo would' be lifted today under' restrictions. Until : '\
further orders they 'will be allowedto'open (WIlt
at
t enlarged. No more possIbl Herald. It is a pity that so good a If tombstones told the truth, few noon. their doors at 6 a. m. and J. "
to do that than to enlarge G. B's. fighter as the redoubtable major church bells would ever bo tolled for Today that week-old thirst which keep open until 7 o'clock, but nothing :: DO YOU WISH TO KNOW MORE ABOUT BOOKKEEPING PENMAN S ,m'Fotdl
head. should our dead. has caused many to sit up-'' nights I in the Joy-making line must"be sold J. SHIP, =SHORTHAND TYPEWRITING, BUSINESS PAPERS, COMMERi
be on the wrong side. realizing: that there's CIAL LAWCORRESPONDENCE
a long time be- after that hour. i ARITHMETIC SPELLING SHORT, / :
The Savannah News' which is always I Most men live as if they tad an t ,ALL BRANCHES OF STUDY THAT COMPRISE A FIRST-CLASS BUSINESS s Ti
One Good Cause For inexhaustible balance in the -bank of' EDUCATION!' 'THEN: DO NOT FAIL TO ATTEND.. nun.... '.. SInghMot
solemn that "Pensacola's -- --
says ,
i
,peril was very grave." Yes, "orate ry Congratulation.In Nature.! 2 NIGHT SCHOOL. i ,..
< I ;All F FRANCISCO' --- ]
grave. spite of the scene of chaos m a may have some poetry in HEAVY RAIN DOES ; -' to
r presented their: souls.,_tut it is generally "blank" tt 't I i UGCED
by the.t'ater' IS. I .. .
Now that Taft has taken charge of front' there verse. : ;T : 1 .\ '. 'i'f" -; :
4. Cuba it is simply a question of time at least, one thing left upon which I

when the administration will have to the people of Pensacola may safely When the average ,"omm"wants to PENSACOLA BUSINESS COLLEGE. P
congratulate themselves. assert!? .her "rights,"_ he grits her teeth HAS lNG DAMAGE nl "
;& take water. and goes through her husband's ei
There has not, since the day of the pockets. 2 Phones 900 and 1037. ,: t ;
The Jacksonville Times-Union declares great storm, been
a moment when "
I
J, that Cuba has been "blottedoff the authorities baTe had the slightest It takes a pU-; woman' to bring = xequef.ed

s the map." It's a blot on the administration reason to apprehend any disorder ,to the surface the substratum of foolishness 80888V[ '- i
; that lies at the bottom of the MOBIlEThree
k all the I
same: 1 and though some few additions were' :wisest man's nature. .

made to the police force the step k.
The Birmingham Ledger thinkr.that :: .
proved to be more a matter of-form The stage may hold the mirror up J
Taft Is "stronger" than Palma than necessity,, to Nature, but that is no reason why' Two University of! the State of Florida \
Men Hold
Yes, the entire administration In EC'"strong" :Jit a time \t'hen.rumors the "show girls" of the period should Up Bank In Inches of Water Fall
,. that it smells to heaven. of the mssdisquieting t hold up so many "Johnnies." CAINLSn1LF etA.Fall .
nature are coming to us Broad Daylight and Se.curt -
In New Jersey some unruly schoolboys from others cities this Is certainly a "r" 'S.'U'-'U. ''''' on the Sorely Stricken Information term opens address in Gainesville! September 25th. For catalogueand

r recently blew up a school house matter of congratulate for all con :$5,000. Town Another

arP and the teacher. Down this way it. cerned.It ; SOME SHORT t ,STRICT MILITARY DISCIPLINEA

the teacher who' blows up the boysP shows that the people of Pensa I $; Alarm Given. high_ grade Institution for young men. Literary Sdft1ftc

p t cola have themselves well In hand STATE STORIES By- Associated Press. -=--- and Eng-neenag courses. 106b,4t
P; sident Palma Is understod to say and that: nere-torCe of public opinionis San Francisco Oct .Armed with Mobile. Oct. 3.-To add to the In. I

that he feels "relieved." The g. o. p with us sufficient to hold the lower "-" 'n' revolvers and pieces of gas pipe two conveniences and losses suffered in ANDREW SLEDD, Preside, ttn.T

can always be depended on to "re element in check without additional To view the, state with impartialeyes robbers entered the Japanese bank Mobile through the storm of last GJUHESYillf, HJL Lea
lieve" any Kunmon also known the Thursday, a very heavy rain fell in letter
,a fellow of almost any old unmantled Knko. as I
or show of this and
author city suburbs all night! Sunday
And how land Florida lies. tell
the
ng. ity. see Golden Gate Bank: on OTarnll 'and early Monday morning. a'ekotIootla a

Pe isa ol&' Is all right Her people Albert Williamson's Jacksonville street at noon today 'and after beat The continued rainfall did much
Harry Lehr doesnt know to which lag two' of the bank oflcials. escaped damage in buildings where the roofs .
have proven themselves equal to the Floridian :rises to remark that "Ex- ,. )rouMbdb
.fi party he belongs. That's easy. Harriet occasion, and- Inside of 30 Governor Jennings has had Messrs. with five thousand dollars in gold.S. and upper parts had been damaged c DRINK BOTTLED

belongs to the sort of party the shall all be the days we Alfred St Clair-Abrams *nd A. K. Crakata, manager of the bank, in the storm and one drygooda merchant r-I r-t )orrot>
pursuing 'even tenor is reported to hare made
400 gives when exhilarated by cham Taylor arrested for criminal ,libel who' acting teller when he an :r.J'OUb
was as was
of estimate of his loss
our through the rain
ways as quietly as if no storm th
pagne. had These insulting cartoons and accusations struck down died this afternoon wlth- at 515,000. Oa Commerce and Water '
ever swept over the city or are too frequently used by the Belt.aChes.
lout regaining bns ioasness. streets and tae orate f'ont.t'here 8 .' & 8
C' The esteemed Live Oak Democrat spread disaster and destruction in its Florida newspapers and: it.is time fur merchants @ s
says that "the Florida school system: path. some one to call a halt" Few persons were in :the bank .at the conditions are endeavoring: created to by overcome the !! res
the time. While one of the %men en Same!
is now in full swing." But the children The Birmingham storm and the overflow of the river, -Q Ufl Don't
Ledger is .of th ; Alfred St Clair-Abrams Is getting it gaged the paying: teller the other I and where many roofs have been.badly
of would much prefer another sort opinion that'"justt'hat' Cuba Is,Is what' in the neck from all sides nowadays. walked .to the rear 'of the bank and damaged the rain caused considerable m e c co ::1OTeIsrea1I'

swing. the Philippines would be. if no strong Here la the very latest, from the Live going behind the counter seized a additional damage to stocks Q

hand restrained them" It has Oak Democrat: 'The original discovery k4 1.k coatainfeg: : five thousand dol-sand goods ia warehouses. In the 0 Q Before drinking that !TUb .
The esteemed Jacksonville Times apparently see ydget nun
of the Tavares Herald that ex- lars. A clerk saw the act of the robber southern and western of (
the
not yet parts city
Union, in a thoughtful little para occured to to our Alabama and raised a cry but was immediately OOtth
Governor Jennings !is the administration and suburbs residents whose; houses: o a C.r 0 the
graph, says that "Mobile, and Pensa contemporary that both Cuba candidate to succeed Governor struck down. The other ro!>-: had been unroofed by the storm also GENUINE. A wora Moot

cola were saved from a Galveston and the Philippines have as mucb Broward two years hence is novel but ber drew a piece of gas pipe; from his: suffered again through the heavy the npSsaa
w pocket and struck, the paying tellera o ,0 to wise is sufficient e.
horror only by being on partially shel right to mismanage their own affairr, not sensational s Alfred Alfred, too blow which rendered him rain and it greatly interfered with -
much prophesying hath unconscious. the work of linemen
Injured the and lionFeatet
workme:1ngaged' .
tered bays" Nothing like as we have ours and that It Is The
knowing TK; robber then escaped
lens of thy prophetic: ken! ; in restoring the sum car, (
} how to year your victorious "bays." business of ours to meddle in those and are still at large.STEAMER'WINNIE. lighting and telephone services who Hygeia i Bottling Works and b

affairs. have been working night and the at
day
/ Direct Election of United The has:Ma.disonew Enterprise evi- since Tdav I 124 E.' Chase Street. Phono 587. atelyud t
dently anything but
a high opin-
,States Senators. Another Navy Department ion of Alfred St Clair-Abrams as apolitical r On top.of Another Alarm}. = rat!
al the delug of rain there and-th

One of our more or less esteemedcontemporaries Scandal., following prophet paragraph to: Judge"Alfred from Abrams'the CAUGHT IN l 1 STORMVESSEL I i Tern came that a report the storm from the of weather' bu-I Efenton, ESzabeth 'City Norfolk,I and Shipper's: Association retatlves ; ::?!* :tWe 1sfat{
In discussing! the A which warning Newport News, J\jrt Monroe. Disturbance dm ci ( J.
very significant state of affairs Tavares Herald thinks it has discovered had ;been given on i charged with the
direct election of United States Senators is pointed out in the current issue the milk in the cocoanut and asserts 'was heading this from Sunday the Yucatan nIght over eastern. Gulf,will prob--' 1< way ably move northeasterly of <(.J
by the people takes the o* Tom Watson Magazine if that ex-Governor Jennings is channel and that the barometer ber lining the western shore
; and. the real behind the FROM: PENSACOLA HAD I (Signed) Marriott"tntmedate1y river and bay, sought a tub t ff
power drainage in the
ground that making the connection the facts In the local ogee! was falling. Tworeports' on' '
case
are correctly the publication of to c=--
unable find single oae
movement and: that he will be a can- to a
closer would not necessarily result stated-and there is unfortunate didate to succeed Governor Browara FIERCE EXPERIENCE I IN daring the were day.made the by second the bureau this 'warning' wholesale merchants on take the work. S

in the election of "better men" to every reason to believe that they are two ;years' hence. RECENT GALE.r an sailing and light-power advising streets near the river, commenced to There was no indication of t:
; vessels to .1
tb* House of Congress. -the I move perishabiegoods back: to the ed wind during the night, uc:t
uppper matter Is .one to1 which the at- :- s rush ia port. In the afternoon amore upper stories of:their buildings. b d This profound and thoroughly f tention of the public cannot too soon Speaking of the forestry::question in serious report was given, as I On notification from the agents of the local fact weather that bureau the barometer was flow) Ting ;.: 1r
characteristic observation be drawn. Florida the Tampa Globe thoughtfully By Associated Press. the maritime insurance .. .
opens up a ,. follows.Mobile :=: all
companes. but anxious enquiries-we"8
;f new and it may be a hitherto unexplained I I Not long ago Secretary of the Navy observes, but: "Buildings forests never.may This be last replaced : ship Norfolk., WInnIe Oct. 3.The from Pensacola British steam-far The following. Ala tonn-warnfanc, Oct. 1. 1W6.. tugs,. and small steam craft left Incommission at ;the office of the otwerrc: a;:.. be p

l field of thoughtIn Bonaparte Invited'bids for the Greenock Scotland, arrived hreto- mes- after tae first storm large numbers journeyed to :':-% t'l e zof
I armor is a serious thought that ought to sage wag received from "Washington. sought safe 1ny"a. -
the first place who is to decide plate of certain new battleships.Eut commend Itself to the people of Florida day with her"cargo sagged and shifted D. C, at 4:10 p.- :1i ""'ortheast ty-one Mile-Bluff anchorages,- JT in the irp sheltered at Twen of the< City Bank from and dark Trust ui':.. c...

whether the senators chosen by the two bidders entered the lists. 1< in connection with the, steady cut- and otherwise battered by the late storm-warning 3:40 pm., Mobile water of the upper river. The rush night building to personally obtain c-*' a
proposed method better the Midvale tins that it gradually denuding the gulf storm. The, captain! reports. a Pensacola. Apalachicola, Wilmington, of these )rI!
are or worse? ,: Company and the Steel fierce, experience craft: to safe places was so the probability of another s rage
'..v Are the powers that be-the' COP"combines' Trust state of Its virgin Umber.: To whichan aforehead Washington Colombia,I rapid when the, Maritime Exchange heading this way
adds the I4od
exchange foDo'IriDgrhe
; porations and capital- \V3ien the bids -. i
wets opened it was fact that & forest' onee destroyed is :::-- oscote
istf-who, under the present system foand that, the figures of the Steel gone forever should have some effect

control as with a rod of iron, the Trust'were entirely: too high, as compared upon those ,wasting our natural
;4 United States Senate-to decide this with those of the independent wealth but the spirit of most of them..

question- is the verdict to be rendered concern, otherwise the:Midvale Com is, 'After us the deluge.*" rl

by the people themselves? pany. Plantation Chill Cure is Guarantee tdale
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ti-
5 It is Just as well to remember ladiscussing The unsophisticated observer need The Florida School Exponent-not
this at all a bad authority, by-th-way-ts
matter however
that the question not, Jump to the'conclusion responsible for the following little political
of .superiority depends largely that the contract :was 'thereupon 'Dt .
forecast: "Candidates for state *
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ro A/rer er UOne+r
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I 1901 ',5:::1 h, Anniversary' To-Day, ;' .: 19'06't .,:lIE lIEFive {i[ ',,









years ago to-day we opened up to the public first-class. Grocery Store, .: i ;


and since, then have enjoyed ,the patronage and confidence. of ,the ,public. To-day;>> -' '!, .: 1 }


we ore better ,prepared to serve you than ever

Staple and Fancy Groceries att popular prices. Our delivery the best in the city.





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country is said ,to be unsurpassed: by ,
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The friends in Pensacola of Mr. OF SUCCESS ...to...

I Mrs. V.' Hoist, of Fisherville .j
PEOPLE AND EVENTS \ I will and toe! glad to learn that they still z :........................ Yard F

1fw occupy the residence on the bay Elsewhere to-day's paper appears Navy .

shore, which escaped with ,little dam- the fifth, anniversary anounce- As the case now stands there will

I age., ment of the firm of Roseaau & Gem be nothing doing at the'opera house AND OTHER POINTS OP 1''
II elds, 118 S, Palafox stree;. until next Tuesday when Cohan's
$ BY AURELIE MAREAN BERNARD. The entertainment committee ofthe. Today marks this firm's filth anni "45 Mines From Broadway" is to be

Telephone No. 38 After 3 P. M. : Progress dub, have arranged to versary. Five years of uninterrupted presented INTEREST. .: '
g rj give their -weekly euchre party at success and prosperity! These two On the 11th, that perennial favorite

II the club rooms tonight popular young men deserve a great' AL' G. Fields: will be seen together
deal of credit for the manner in with a minstrel: show which it is
!: _mmiimm !2Wr! mti1 No other Extract equals' Blue Ribbon 'which they have gained the confi- said, casts all his previous efforts in Bennie- Edmundson will

Vanilla. Absolutely pure, goes dence of the public, and for the way this direction so far into the shade run excursion at 8 a. m., ,
twice as'far, and the "Blue Ribbon! in which they have brought their that there is no use In looking for =
MOTHER'S WORK. The Journal's Daily Fashion Feature Flavor" Is perfection. Ask for the 25c business to the front. them. also one at 2:30 to-day, Oct. .

Setting tables, washing; dishes size. They handle everything in staple 4, to the Na y Yard and : ,
Sweeping.Tooms and making bread ... and fancy groceries, and sell nothing', Nothing to Fear.Mothers .",1 w
Dusting books and sewing buttons,- .k'. MOTHER, IN SEARCH but the best and purest goods. Their need have no hesitancy In other points of interest. ; ,

Smoothing now a curly head. OF HER BOY prices are always ,within easy reach: continuing to give Chamberlain'sCough Those desirous of viewing -
Remedy to their little ones as
.
Making, mending r little garments 2i, :''- :: The Journd.Is,In,receipt pf a letter and theldleUve17'have, only system recently is added splendid.Tbey another it contains absolutely nothing inju I the havoc wrought by the recent :;

In a mother's deftest.style i ... with a? ad/from a mother in Jersey delivery wagon, and now have rious. This remedy is not only perfectly I furn, would do well to
City, who .a looking for her son safe to give small children, but
Washing little han. ,6nd faces, 3 5 three besides. quick bicycle delivery.
i
she evidently bellevs is In worth and avail tnemselves of this '
Planning something ell the white. : 1. ; whom is a medicine of great op ,
Pensacola. The Journal reproducesthe I If merit. It has a world wide reputation portunity. :'
Darning stockings telling storiesTo letter and'advertisement In orderto for its cures of coughs, colds and t. aa

the, group..about her ,Knee; A assist In the search of the lost boy. croup and can always be relied upon.
Searching(for' lost gloves and 'ker The letter Is as follows: For sale by all druggists.

chiefs Jersey'CUT.-Sept. 27, 1906.Pensacola City Wharf, Palafox St. TL, i
Nobodycan. find ''but she. Journal, SAYS IT WAS HIS f ;

Gentlemen-Will you kindly have WORST EXPERIENCE' v

Trimming amps or-hearing lessons, the enclosed advertisement insertedin CLOTHES -

Putting this and that in place- The Journal In a way that every M i Engineer Jinn Smith, of the steamer I I AND PRESSED. -t i. # '
'l'iredfeef1andfo'bWlY I : fingers.: ,one will notice it, as I am looking for % I Ia CLEANED ;
Florida, whIch.rode the gale safely
I To have your fall and winter clothe
I have not In 16 '
nameless whom seen
Givlngihome-its grace. my boy while in the narrows up the sound cleaned. pressed and repaired and put la i ,
!years. Please send me a paper con- I that he has been through many I good condition send them to us. Wt r' S
Solving some domestic problem, taining the advertisement, and greatly says do everything tn that line and guarantee
storms but this was the worst one he.ourwork.. Ladlwork a Specialty Gen 4 jf.
tVs a{housewife only can oblige, ever experienced or' ever wants to I tlemen's. membership rates, ,LOO per
(When the ways and means seem 85 Germanla Ave. experience. He was in the engine month. An work called for and delivered. ,;
wanting,) Jersey City N.:J. Phone 131LESCAMBIA +
room all night, with steam up to the t'-i
,WIth a skill unknown to man. The Advertisement. PRESSING CLUB !
blowing off point continually and
At mother wants to find her boy I E. .INTENDENCIA STREET, ,
4xA most of.the tim they were steaming WALTER MOULTON, MANAGER. j l
Folding tiny hands together- whom she has not seen in years w. 1
to the four anchors which the boat
Teaching infant lips to pray. 19 brotherof
Manny Benison age years I
had out. It was a bad night and Engi-
Singing; cradle hymns so softly. Edward James Benison, age 23. .
neer Smith never wants to see an- GULF C1IY COFFEE CO
Mother's work ends,not with day. i Your ,own motE !wants: to hear from ,.
other one like it.
McCairs( Magazine. y +\ you. Write to- Dirs. V..$5, Germania .R H. P. CHIPMAN Manager. :
s Ave.. Jersey Q{y.|N. J. BENEFIT STORM, SUFFERERS.
and of 1
Blenders
VUCOVICH-KEYNTON J { s .. 0 : ::1 : Roasters, Shippers }
WEDDING OCTOBER-. .i Torments of Tetter and Eczema Alllayed. EAGLE'S SHIRT WAIST BALL, ill

The friends of Mrs..,M. Vucovich, f '. ) THURSDAY NIGHT. BARRIOS'' OR. Fine Coffees

and ber daughter, Mis3'Martha'Katharine The Intense, I itching characteristic CHESTRA. 30ct OUR COFFEES ARE SOLD BY ALL t, i.
received with-pleasure'the'following of.eczema, tetter and'-.like skin 'din.eases.is GROCERS. GIVE TJ1EM TRIAL. : #
invitation: instantly allayed by applying, BAY HOTE1. REOPENS.The .
Mrs. M. Yoeovich Chamberlain's Salve and many severe Bay Hotel, which suffered considerably :;
JAMES T. GERELDS.The from the storm, and which 1 -
requests the heror' of :your presence cases Jve been permanently cured .
ax the by Its use., For, sale by druggists.I I has for ,several days been closed for S
marriage of her daughter 6t firm is composed of Alex repairs will be reopened this morning

Martha Katharineto Temporary, Location. Jtosenau James T. Gerelds, ,two under the same management as
and
'. :>1I The! 'temporary offices of E.. E.I that which has in the past made it
of Pensacola's most popular young
Mr. Henry Hague Keynton, Saunders & Co..,and E. E. Saundors men. Their fall stock has already So popular with the traveling,public.

Weclaesday' evening,, Octafoer the, ,I French model,forsmall street hat :bon, the .trimming all being so arranged are$ow :located In the north end of begun coming'in and tt comprises all The Irish DaIl Ja Joaraaw c .
seventeenth In biscuit-color felL,!aced with brown that the highest _part was the Ke8er building. the fresh tempting delicacies of the -' The Storm and Rain
Of a well known reporter of a past
nineteen, hundred and six :velvet and with. brown velvet band toward thetback the hat. These season. They are contemplatingmany =r a Ir _
at eight o'clock, around the high crown. The hat was .small toques will be very smart for MORE,REtlEF'FUND additional. improvements in the generation many curiosities of style
Christ Episcopal Church, 'worn tilted upward',oa'the' left side, wear with tailored street frocks, but near future are still repeated with zest by Dublin will be the cause of many a
Pensacola, :Florida, under which a, rather high bandeau. the large hat Is also to be much In CONTRIBUTIONSThe : Journalists. It was his man who explained curl
was .placed,jind under the brim, wasa vogue eo that choosing one's fall Journal received the describing a case of drowning cold, which can be by
shaded wing In-Iridescent brown and winter hats It is safe to select yesterday the two following ; "
washed
Reception following additional contributions to MRS. off Dalkey, The body wa guaran-
Above this a either large'or small shape Is THORNTONLAID
a as
and tones.. was ;
106: South KeugStreet, green ';oow'of"brownSaUn rib- most becoming.had the reef< fund: shore 4>y a receding -wave." Of a fugitive teed preparations at 25 cents
8:30( to 10:30. large-wired ; Century cash .. .. ... .. ..$5.00 from justice be wrote: 'The
E !IR Cobb 5.00 each: For cold in the headJack's '
t:
surrounded all sides
LAUGHTER. AT REST burglar was on by _
ULTIVATE E heard He Geo. H. Davis .. ... 500 Gold Tablets.
turn home when "he of the grown apprehensive. was the police. Escape was fmPQ S1b1e. CoughWhite "
Learn to laugh. A good laugh Jsbetter and that his house naturally overjoyed to learn that Mr. The relief committee will cave :4 .. ho his down 1
,lto storm presumed : -- Suddenly made way a Pine ,Expectorant.HOOTON'S 4
medicine. Learn-how fun list of
than. bad been ''swept *away until he received A. D.. Weller.was all right and badescaPed meeting to-night when a
.ell a story; A well-told story is as '' contributions will be made cul-de-sac and disappeared throughBide a
up
.a Journal of Saturday morn the storm ..uninjured. D>tr, INTERMENT IN ST. MICHAEL'S .1
ekome as a sunbeam in a 'slcfc- ing, telling of,Its .safety: His family "Welter infotmued The Journal thata and .re-published,, showing Jest what street" The most popular storyof

icon Learn to keep :your own I will, now return. at once. new baby girl had Just arrived, has been received: CEMETERY: YESTERDAY AFTERNOON. J this Impressionist writer however, PHARMACY.The s
:IrouWes to yourself. The world Is big home. relates to Mr. Gladstone. On the .
,
Vx> busy to care for your ills and \Olrs. C. W. Merritt. of.this city 4- Grand Old Man's one and only visit to !

wrrowa. Learn to stop croaMng. I is in receipt,of A.telegram.from her Mrs. H. S. Chunn bas -'returned Beautify the Complexion t Dublin he was Interviewed by the eccentric Birthplace of Prompt Delivery _
:I r learnyto see any goodS J. S. C. Timber-lake whe ,
you cannot 'j father, Mr. fromjavmonth's vis* with her sister press man. Jir. Gladstone, at "
: the \\-orldkeep'the: bad to. recent storm. of Mirs. H. H. Thorn Phone 1100. l
the funeral
was at Biloxi during Mrs. 'HaTry l Lniels in Atlanta., Her 1% tW 01 YS. The the conclusion of a somewhat amusingarray
Ie!! Learn to hide ,your pains -our-I The.me6sage conveys the-Information 'son: 'Charles, r..Ill remain there an. ton occurred yesterday afternoon at 1 of f fI
questions courteously
aches under a'pleasant'smile. No I that :.he: and lUrs. Timberlake' escaped other month before returning to Pen. Nadinola four o'clock from St. Michael's very,
ares to hear whether have the I injury and are all right.. sacola. church, the interment being in St.! expressed his pleasure at meeting the Y .
!arache, headache or" 4' Michael's cemetery. interviewer. The i.tter.1n: a high state

::toat) cry. Tears do rheumat1sm.1! I Mrs. Morris Bear and family are Miss 'Stella Avey and Miss Kathleen c CREAM, beiuhfier I thc en5aqu is The pallbearesr were the follow.I of delight, said with enthusiasm, *Th. S .,

lorels. but they are out i expected home today from a two Avery: ''have returned from a delIght. endoncd by char ing:, Messrs., John Stillman, Sol pleasure li mutual Mr.; Gladstone, but i I .. : eEi ,

:*al life. Learn to meet your :month's visit to Louisville, Boston ful visit 'Yvytheville: Va. saods, and Cahn.Ed: Abercrombie Judge Is all on ay side."- Tribune.. 'f ": -J'.
*lth a smile. 'The good-humored I New York, and other points. tttd para :Maxwell J. T. ':Anting Walker '
to
ian or woman. Is always welcome I I Mr. and Mrs.,.s Max 'Bear and tam11) Mr. B. G. King, 'bookkeeper at -AM freckles I remove, pimples, Ingraham and Judge John OL Avery.A .I Her S.*ce ti .. Ice Coal Charcoal and '.

W. the dyspeptic,'or hyprochondriac. and airs-!. Rosenau,- who were the vASnerican National Bank,. hag re- 1iveNpots; tan, sal- : large concourse of sorrowing Mistress-I don't want 700 to have tYI1
and' he Is a its last ;
snot: 'the bay shore are now bwoest etc., the worst case la days, BO much company. morecallers Wood ; ;
: sa.ooe, as well.McCalTs Masafe. on home', et' blr. Joe TVeH 812 North ,spent In New York state. tod restore toe beauty of yooti. Price resting place. t i in a day than 1.have in a I : f :
!
Barecolan street Mr. Bear's Sum arr1ve'd"M-, 50:. tad CIAO by lading droggbS or m. 1. TIIe.Oldat Lease of Humor. .I week. Domestic-Well, man perhapsIf Delivered anywhere in the >-
Beard returned 3iomeTtstsr4ay residence.on-he.bay shore 'Was 'A twelve 'pound- boy hum to NATIONAL TOILET Q).. P.Vast to b* ft little more
Boa. *
JohnS. mer you'd try agree'able
J .idea of humor is surprise 1'
The oldest
day to brighten the home of Mr. and We in .
wheiTOie"ad *badly damaged. j jMr"Charles 1 city. can supply you 'I
from Tennessee, .quite 'Mra."M. J. Belnburg. The little fellow This thechlld'eib1bits (for that which : you'd have u many friends u
.
:: Ms family :were at tw] Immedl-time of )Weuerof'Atlanta.formerly i I received a hearty welcome ,and is.Mdestrwe shall find In the youngest) .1 I I hue.I any quantity and our serviceis 3 ';
-e: storm. He proceeded tip The ,ihe%lodge Pensacola Elks will probably "Boor! both Phone -
rely the bay front : l >of. Pensacola,-Tang I when 'hides. and cries: 1 always prompt ? :
to on
his home l
"for. information member. Sapersrnn
broken'.g1assesd1he Journal office yesterday soon ,Initiate a, new surprising and fricbtprdng its senior be I I
id aside from a few A. D. Mrs. Knlcker-Does you husband 363. i
in regard' to Ws.brother-- -fader .mother, brother: sister :
'windnill'foand this senior : .
wreck of his He had wired a number of I At the home of his grand parents, ,I ever complain if his buttons are miss- _
. -e damage there. Mr. Beard ands TVeller. reply andPRYSICIAJIS' on Gadsden street, last'Sunday afternoon ReadytoEatGroceries or friend. One may find this primal Mrs. Bocker-No he bat : j.f-
to
could receive no ?
but log ;
to re- times distributed through the I I E. G. SEWELL .
family'were Just :preparing the little son of Mr.: and Mrs. sense of humor of mine that bewouldn't <
fasten so many
Swift: 'was Christened by. Rev. P. A. modern: short,story. Frequently the : 26 N. TARRAGONA STREET f fi
i have tee! for his
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Rogers.Mr. turn .in the plot, It not in Its development own. anywayNew I '

: : >:::)WRITE >--> .. and Mrs. Louis ,Barblera. are ;: binges open,this? child humor folk ofsmprlse I'f I York Sun. I, 111

Even ecme
grownup!
the proud parents of a line baby,boy; I I II
S S who arrived Tuesday morning. :There are so many things In will 'pa1Uf chair from coder one, thus II A WOMAfi'9 GRATITUDE. : BOOKS '
still children In I :
themselves
OUR our grocery store that are practically showing 1 ,
: :MIss Gamma( Dickinson, who 'has ready for the table with- their,'sense of fun. The verbal conceit A Mountain Woman Writes In Praise Serf":1, .
been visiting Jrs. C. R. Johnson, In the fo Ncwbro's Herplcide. The latest fad; Water Wagon: ,
: on the part of the, found In modi of the verse ',
; While we have the utmost confidence in the curative,powers of S. S. S. (Bayou 'Texar has returned to the! ,out housewife labor, on that the burdens of pages of ,modem comic papers Is of I''j "For several years I have! been'I.!. Foolish RaiN of Almanac Contact.SUIT That SyetopedU.Remind )Ie.Cynte-etc, S- g''j'.: ., .t
: realize that in some cases causes unknown toe and will remain for a few daysMrr : troubled with dandruff causing me make laugh. ',;' .'
t pall blood troubles yet we cty housekeeping are materially this same class of humor wad furnishes I I ; at 75c. These will you ,J,
best effects of the medicine. For'this reason weare 1!much annoyance!, and my hair became ---,; .. '
| patient often hinder the who take ad-' number of i
} .. and .Mrs. M. 'a Clarkfound lessened for those conclusive evidence that a Something elM new: moat of the standard '
. l a branch to our business known as "Our I very thin. I have used Newbro'sHerplcide site, limp leatherIndic ,
; maintained for many'years of these readytoeatthings. at cbfld's play In works In pocket
of j jt their residence at Bayou Grande so vantage men and women are for a month and the dandruff Thumb-nail series oftaadard
'. I Consultation Dep rtment." This department composed regularly little damaged from the recent storm Toothsome pork and I1ternture.Po m.s which end contrary ( papa work t..eo at $1.00.gtakespeara .". t
blood skin diseases has entirely disappeared and myfair .,'
and
[fcduated and licensed physicians-who have made that they have concluded to move beans, potato chips soups, to their foresnaaowtoss: : are of this sort; heavier than t
, I iar solely to advise"axd help, without;: etc. Is becoming much Scott. Dumas. Dickeaa. 1d y
I employed Jellies, pickles
at
special study and who are in once. preserves -New'York nerakL : 'I.
cured of formerly. New hair is growing where Cooper, etc.. in numerous bindings ftt j ,
l.Zrge, those who use S. S. S. Thousands of, people have been there was none and I am very thankful lowest prices. A f fIT
*ood kind by the use of S. S..S. and many,of Mr. and Mrs. 'Uaz. Jacob/ and family 'llatrepldity.Intrepidity '
| and skin diseases of -' '
levery are the guests of Yt.-'and'hits:' 't to yon for the benefit 1 have received ) entire stock Is new u4 Include all .. ,
Pse who perhaps at first did not.find the. results entirely satisfactory, b an extraordinarystrength from Newbro's, Herpldde. of the new UHngi In the book Una. -
I R ote of thetcase, ,.and a little advice has-. Jas. Oschten, at Rsherville. Theyrope' of soul which raises It above ",.
our physicians full statement } to ,be able however. to*:move Very truly, yours, '. -1-
I l!mod the cure. We have nothing. sell joo,;and the only\ ,reason for want-, back Into their home wniclr' ---was Sol" Cahn &. CO. the 'troublesi.,:dlsorders and emotion MRS. a B. FOSTER -- .tr I :

H Ju to write to us is that we may use every effort to see that you get the damaged quite severely In the storm which the sight of great perils can No. 985 Utah. Ave,; Butte. Mont

t I result from-the:tn di ine-: You-can-then help:,us;by advising your within a few days. Th._ Pure Food Store. arouse In',lt.;' By-this strength heroes For sale by W. A. DAlemberte, HARRY. H'OWLA' ., fi'1' i

I Ids< to use S. S. S. which will knowJrom: experience is all we claim J_ wiTlBtMdMclaPhones maintain'a"calm" aspect and preserve druggist and apothecary, 121 South f"f '
you Phases
*. You: can write with the'assurance that all correspondence is held in Mr. 'and Mrs. J. C. Pebley.ot, tti* SoaAl.est Corer _.t their reason and liberty In the ,m stsurpristng Palafox: street or send lOc In stamps Manager DeL. Book Store, : .'
you helpful advice I fcity. are having a' very delightful. terrible acddeats.EochefoacanJd. .- for sample to .the'Hedoicde Co. Detroit -
test physidansjnllgive : #J 11 ,and; : :
; confidence and thatour A'f.JIII7AJ'GAJs visit In-El Brio' Tex. They fre- '. Mich. Pe Luna St ." ;
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lOut chargreTHE WI/FT SPDIRC qpenfljgo,over the border'iato next: :
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? f" LESLIE E BROOKS A GOLDENOPPORTUNITY WBTEDReal

VACANT

I WARNING I REAL ESTATE'_AND INSURANCE" \ ; HOUSESWANTED

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to
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; ,. RENTS COLLECTED AND PROMPTREURNS'MADE TO MAKE \ ; ;
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having : :/; ; !
MONEY PLACED AT INTEREST'. ON a good
i Be for the next REAL, ESTATE MORTGAGES. MONEYis demand for all :
prepared i '
it: ,I: ., .class s of property. i
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WAIT TO BUY A HOME OR INVEST We have every facility : -
IN PROPERTY? CAN SELL YOU 'for handling property toor .. ,
near.Fensacola,to good .ad_: ," -'. -
cyclone by alloWing us to write I Ia jj EITHER. r;' offered with lit vantage. If you care to -n '
I j : WANT TO SELL YOUR PROPERTY. ? to those a. list yours with us for Quick sales. : -: WE CAN RENT ANY
tIe all of : )
WE CAN .SELL IT., money .to spare- .:Money to' Lend. ."TAND ALL DWELLINGS

i : tornado policy on your dwell- | block 151' and north half. of .,.. approved real .: -," AND STORES PLACED

j .. block 152, adjoining J. R. estate In any'sccurtty amounts...at lowest on rates of Inter :L'-'i:; S WITH US. I

Saunders Co.: naval ,stores est and,, upon the shortest notice. ,
LESLIE E: BROOKS s ." i.WE CAN ALSO PLACE

i ; ings, etc. |i ii yard. Especially desirable ire ind Tornado Insurance. : FIRE INSURANCE IN '16,

Real Estate for building tenant houses..A our companies.We : COMPANIES. '
Written In either of eight i; OLD-LINE
& WATSON I ,at*all times procure for'our clients .' ..
I HOOTON | and insurance. bargain for Nlowest possible rates.

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Phone 462. 112 S. Palafox $2150McDavidIIyer Homeseekers.Should .

il! Phone 54. Agents f look over, our list of desirable'
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houses and lots, before _buying.: We .
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have some very attractive*propositionsand _.
i :.............. ............... ................ .upon terms that should appeal:to '. .

_ _ For Sale Company you. ... -- ... .- ..

I ,', ''Call See Us. .
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HELP WANTED. I WANTED. Agents New' York HOOTON & W

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aVANTED Experienced sewing women. WANTED-Position as .firSt- Ias8, cake '$300.00 Life Insurance Company. "THE'RENTAL AGENTS" -
,
baker. 5r pastry cook, either in bak- I
; None for our but ladies'those..experienced tailoring department.in fitting I ery or hoteL.' W. F. Lessman Care General 100 E. Government Street. L S Brown '& Co
I delivery Pensacola. Fla. 4ocUt Real Estate and Insurance
1 ; ; apply. Call at the R ytoear for southeast quarter: of Blk. ,' Leading
Store New BrentBu1ldlng. ,
27 South Palaftn. II Phone 7co. Pensacola. Fla. I
W.A1I."TED-My friends and to ,
4octlt patrons Twelve of West Tract
at 8 o'clock a. m. King
: know that I will,. in -ft few days. be at "WESEIUOTS." Phone 54. NO. 37 SOUTH
cook. Apply 712 North i home permanently. in order to take care ,
WANTED 4octlt'WANTEDA ,of the, fall and winter. work. AU kinds $1200.00.
Barcelona. ., of work on pianos and organs. My Phone '11. Thiesen Building -I I.tl
good cook at Pearl Eagan phone number is 1401.' My shop and residence HOMEOn
) Orphanage 17th street between '7th No. 1320 15th avenue., New City, for,2 houses on the southeast ..
Cor. of bills street. J. Conrad Scott.
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and 8th avenues. 4octWANTED 4 Soctlw orner of Strong. and 'De Vil-I j\

$ : work. Lewis-15 boys Bear who Co. are able 3oct to A1Io"TED-Board without rooms In private liers Sts., renting for $13 a West Chase St. six .ri I >
family for man. wife and child. ,
"TED-Three of four good walters Must be close to business section. Ad- month. and hall bath .REALESTATE PANAMA
wanted. Apply at once Kandy Kitchen dress with rates and full particulars. H. rooms gas, ; !
Ko. 2oct J., care Journal. Soctlw $875.00. and every modern 'conven- .

AGENTS WANTED to sell Ott's Oyster WANTED-AH owners of poultry to ience. Lot fifty-five 'feet
Knives. For particulars write Peter C. know that we are agents for the celebrated for 5 lots on Northeast corner .
: Ott. Biloxi Miss. loctlw Conkeys Poultry Remedies..Guaranteed -i front by one hundred and ilia
t to cure rupe. cholera, gape and to I Palafox and Sierra
e W.ANTED-Young man about 18. 'to do kill fleas lice and mites. Also their seventeen 'feet 'deep. This is FLORIDA !
r office work and collecting Must be wonderful egg producer, F. S. Mellen & I streets. '
exact at figures Address "X," Care Co.' Phone No. 334. ISapr. a new house, close in and

Journal.( Zoct I :Money to loan at .lowest market rate 1
POSITION WANTED by first of January of interest. only one-half'block from the Srjt
wanted at E. .
r HOUSE B. Morey SERVANT 9th avenue and 12th once.street ware. by a man first-class of 20 years'hardware experience.and queens-For I bought Mortgages and sold.on real estate in this city car line, part ,cash 'and balance Lots 1, 2 and 3 Block 64 New City i

; 2octlw further information write to F. Herr- All of the :Maxent Tract west of "C" I on which igsituated, two NEW DEEP WATER PORT. RAILWAY
_ mann Golding Fla. 25sept: lOp street now for sale. under mortgage.A homes renting'for 170.00 per
needs
BOYS-The r
Journal WANTED 'once a'four"of five-room -. BARGAIN $3000.. year .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..$1500 '
several honest carriers at cottage. Must be close in and in good I All Block 303 New City .. .. 1200 ON BEAUTIFUL ST. ANDREWS I
.
neighborhood. Address 123, Care Jour Lots 1 and 2 In Block 147 New
the office. Fisher Real Estate
once. Apply at nal. 25septH. Agency City .. ..., ... .. .. .. .. 500

WANTED With references, fifteen good II I R. CRITTENDEN: wishes to communicate COLLECTION RENTS A J. W. Bullock Jr. I All Dicks 35S "and 360 each .. 700 Panama Hotel' open, Saw and Planing \ :
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with his brother. F. :M. Crit- each.. 650
hustling. sober men to represent thePlanters' All Blocks 374 and 376.
tenden who was last heard of in Florida here. Cement Block Works here.
Live Stock Insurance Co. of SPECIALTY. We hare some desirable ioU < I chinery i
Thomasvllle, Qa. For particulars Address,about 5 years ago Any one having Cor. Government and' DeLuna Sts.: very ;
Pierre G. Russell. Tallahassee. Fla. Reference -f i heard of Mr Crittenden would do a favor Phone 81. 206 S. Palafox. on North Hill at prices ranging from Wagon Wharf\ built. Bank and Store tt
Capital City Bank. Tallahassee .; by addressing Mr. R. R. Crittenden at Box 173. Phone,'637 $600.00 to $750.00 per lot. ; ;
- : Building No. 47, U., S. Navy Yard. | going Atlanta & St. Andrews Bay Ry.
Fla. 26 Sept. Imo. ISseptlm We win sell any of the 'above for ; up. : tfit

MISCELLANEOUS.REMOVAL .. one-third cash and will loan you the the city
: WANTED-At once. white nurse for chil ; ; $
dren. Apply 127 West Gregory dept :6. I WANTED-LUrht delivery; wagon. Address FOR SAE.Fo'n balance of purchase price. ,
.
J. E. c., Care JournaL 14sept S Write or see the Panama City
NOTICE E. L.
Herring, -- ,
WANTED colored gill to assist In l.
..-oaseiceepln. )ne who will stay on whose wagon and repair shop at 135 SALE-Four room house in good
premises preferred. Apply o-day before W4.NTED-ReaI Estate for sale or rent. East Intendencia St. was .destroyed condition corner Main,street'and First 'We have some venr desirable busIness i aIF7;

I 3 o'clock at 108 North Barcelona. 25sept Fpectfuully lease or exchange.solicited J.Your 4. Wilson business Real re- will re-open at 214 E. Intendencia avenue Myrtle, also Grove.country 27 place acres, southeast of land partof wen prperty. that will pay you to investlgate. GET IN ON THE GROUND j

i WANTED-Combination nurse and house Estate Agent. 22% W. GovernmentU: about Oct. 8. sept29-10d wooded. Address Thomas F. Suarez.. Box
S girL Apply TO! North Palafox.. Room 7, Salisbury buildiD.- ,;. Phone 172. 43. R. F. D. No. 1. Joctlw .
23sep 2 Jan DRAWINGS-Of an kinds; Hull. Engine.
.
; Patent Office, machine and misc. madeat FOR SALE CHEAP-Almost' Nublen Escambia Realty.Co. Inc. Write or See
A.\TED-Young man. acquainted with TAILORING L. Diamond. Tailor. reasonable rates. Patentable idean de- & Sons' piano in..handsome rosewoodcase. '
country who can furnIsh horse. to represent Gents: clothing cleaned. pressed and repaired v ioped. Sail boats, launches. AddressW. A bargain. Piano can be seen
The Journal in Escambia county. |Ion short notice. No 11% West C. McGowan ?ensacola. Fla, Sseptlm by calling at the Handju Kitchen. 3o<:t. REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE II )
Apply at once. Journal office. 23eep Government St., Pensacola, Fla. I bargat& AGENTS, THE PANAMA CITY REAL ESTATE
MATTRESSES RENOVATED-New tick FOR SALE-At a paying Furni-
Al\"TED-At one, several carrier R. furnished if desired. Guaranteed. ture business at 13S E. Intendencia-.
WANTED Blngham wants
boys. ,Apply at this office. your I Address Box 32V City. oct I 204% South Palafox Street.
moving and hauling. He Carpet taken up and matting laid.' Leave I.
all breakage. Phone. 630.. .guarantees. orders at Watson Parker & .Reese Co.'. ........................................... :
sept?. : FOR SALE Several tracts virgin pine I _
wC

: BOARD AND ROOMS. WA."TICarrlagea_ painted: ; :floats built repaired to order and; horse re F. J. WHITE & CO.-Artesian, wen"",rilt mills timber.In operation.Turpentine Also places excellent.and tractsof saw I FOR SALE =

___ Turner
stumpage. & Aymard Real
shoeing a. specialty.: J. G. Welsh Carriage ers for saw mills and turpentine stills I
FAMILY OF TWO on North Hill win Co. especially.' Geneva. Ala., and Graceville Estate Springs. Agents Fla. Box 115. DeFuniak I FOR SALE-Fine wen grown Barred FARM clerk.'I
take refined couple to board or rent two I Fla. Prepared to put wells from 4 to IS 20july I Rock Cockerels. :March and April
connecting rooms up-stairs to gentle- "TED-FIRST-CLASS hat cleaning.' inches diameter. and from IO-! to IfiOO feat FOR SALE works with I hatches. .$1.00 to 12.60; hens, last ye&r'ebreeders.
-pottery steam
men. Address Home" Care JournaL new. Cleaning pressingand depth. Satisfaction guaranteed. 12neJm I I $1.00 each. :Mrs. LUzle B. '
ldbrctJdne engine steam drying
.
4octlw guaranteed. I room moulds Hughes, Chiplcy Fla. 27septlm
and everything complete for carrying on FOR SALE !II
Panamas. 50c Straws lIe; Felt. :lIe NOTICE-Having Installed machines for
THREE FURNISHED ROOMS for light Derbys 25c; Victor Louis, 100 E. Inten- the manufacture of galvanised: Iron business together with the finest bed of FOR SALE-10.000 acres round timber
housekeeping. Apply 207 NQrth Reus.4octlw. dencia treet. All come in. 4seotlm I cornIce. skylights. cornice gutters. circular pottery right clay in In the Escambia city. Apply county.to or, Located address 'land 12.500 saw mill timber and sawmill T. G. YATES,
I I 32-room hotel at
<< mouldings etc am now prepare to R. P, Reese. a bargain. Several -
"A.\"TED-The Merchants Transfer Co. I do sheet metal work of all kinds on short ISseptf2Sc good farms and town properties. I
TWO FURNISHED or unfurnishedrooms I ,.ants your moving and hauling. At notice Satisfaction assured. Estimates PURCHASES the receipt for the best Write Gentry & Sett l1nd. ChIpley, pie Forty 20 acres under Optician.
,
'for rent for light housekeeping i breakage guaranteed T. B. Thors, I cheerfully given, on work In or outside the of cosmetics. Box 336, City. 23sept acres .
Phone A102, or apply room 3, 204% South Proprietor' Phone- 'is.'I city, Chas.B. VetterrlS Wfetendencw.Phc"3 23aeptmo'FOR I cultivation all under fence 306 Thiesen
& Palafox. 2octlw I .. 'OS. amaylra; FOR SALE-Improved! and unimproved ,
I W.o\\"TED-AD kinds electrical work.I I SALE-Nice farm of O'acres. For property in .all parts of the city. J. A. i five-room house .stables etc.
-- Co.. Real Estate ,
saflmaker.; 716 Wilson &
PORTER South
FOR RE.one cr two newly! (IImlsI J sell all kinds of electrical batteriesand J. H. 'Information Inquire of'Chas. L'Orange, : Agents Room
,; front rooms: sou1 hern ex,>o&ure. with other electrical suppJes> When you Palafox street.stools Orders and taken house for West. Jackson. St. No.. ..'1912, Pensacola. 7. Salisbury building. Phone 172. 23jan !* of a mile west pf Brent,
privilege of phone No. 13VSLocation; need me ring 34lor 951.: E. W. Peaks awnings (ramp tents"j 12septlm Frederick Ausfeld.
desirable. Gregory.and near business center 422W. New Star Laundry Bldg. E.. Garden etc. Prices reasonable., FOR.2 cylinder.SALE-Wolverine 2 cycles complete engine. 8 fittings H. p.. i Florida all ,for $1250.00. AUSFIELD &
21septlm
; FOR SALE-A barroom and an
ith- CHANDLERS McKlnsie O fixtures; for salt water; in perfect condition i
rting I and
TO BUY acash
WANTED register at \Vill
pool.and billiard tables. etc. In fine three-year mort-
a a
., & Co wholesale and retail ship chand- running daily; reason for selling going carry
'. NICELY FURNISHED room forent.. once. Apply to Clutter .Mus) House. location. At a bargain if sold at Once.
Apply 301 West Chase. Phone 1259. 2 Sept. lers and grocers. Only first-class house i Address box 103. City. 21ept to replace it by larger engine. King & for $650.00.THOS. 312-314 Brent Bldg.. Nfp
of kind in city. Fair prices to alL I Runyan. 19aug gage PenMCOl, Fla.
I I WANTED-Second-hand sacks of all descriptions I I
FOR RENT-Rooms cheap; real newly 1 I wanted If out of town, ship CARRIAGES repaired ar-' repainted. FOR SALE-Four good j schooners, suit I FOR SALE-One dwelling 202 East
., clean furnished rooms suitab'e for them to us: if hi town ring us up atNo.. I Floats built to order. Horse shoeing able for lake sound and river. Address f Church street; if bought at once, can I PEBLEY WM. A.
light housekeeping on the hiU. Location]1334: or bring them to us at corner: of I a specialty. J. W. Welsh Carriage Com.I "M." care Journal. Hang be had cheap. Apply C. L. McVoy. ,
high and healthy. Close to car line. ''', Chase: and Alcaniz Sts. F. S. Mellen &I I panv. .27febrMILTON butcher shop' corner Intendencia and Architect and
Privilege of phone and gas. Apply 311 E. I Co. 23july I FOR SALE-Good! mowing machine & ft. Barcelona., 23aug Palafox 'and Romana.
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-Strong.-Phone-_ 12I3._ _._ __. lOaug I UPHOLSTERING' SHOP-Willie out, one ten ft. self .dump all steel Office. -301 Brent
Mlms. P-oprlotor. Furniture repairing hay rake; one %- ection all steel harrow; PANAMA CANAL EDITION of Tht Pensacola.
NICELY FURNISHED rooms for rent.I of an kinds. carpets laid furni- '
_ with or without board. Transients for shipping. Phone two hot blast heating stoves burn coal Journal-a- magnificently Illustrated
so- MONEY TO LOAN. ture packed 1:
containing
i magazine: scores of views
wood one tank force of '
or ; pump capacity
licited.PalafoL Phone, gad and bath. No. 3.. -- Next to Tampa landing. 2aprll: 1 bbl. per minute; one Aermotor wind mill; the city' and harbor. For tale it all FOR RENT. SECRET
llseptlmEDUCATIONAL. I bookstores or at The Journal office
MONEY LOANED on real estate and 1 MATTRESS AND FURNITURE: one twenty-Inch foot power tinner's, man.20 cents. By
I personal property on short notice Mattresses made to order old ones' shear 4 horse power Gas Engine; fine llacpt FOR RENT-Six-room cottage bath and Jw
Terms easy. J. ,Vfi Bullard, 28% South 1 renovated' New ticks furnished Sec.. double barrel hammerless shot gun; Mar- FOR SALE-Good location for gas. West Wright street' $%0.00 per PENSACOLA
PalafOx St. Phone 1144.I ond hand furniture bought and sold. Up li& repeating rifle 32-calfere. G E. Bard- small month. .Fisher .Real. Estate Agency. Pezmacola Lodge No.
-------- i holstering and repairing done. 114 E. sitar Bluff Springs.,Fla. ,2( Sept 1m* I mill apply at once. Barrineau It 19sept meets every Monday :
PATTI HOLDEN CAN LEND YOUR MONEY at eight! Belmont St.. cIty. Phone 771. Davis I Trammell." Pensacola Fla. R. F. D. o'clock at their
1JISS announces that '
It have that Co., C. T. DaviS Mgr. FOR SALE-Stop; Consider not the I 4-room over Pou
her school will not open until next per cent you any you i Mfg. price': No. 1. FOR RENT- cottage, with bath stableV et
29septlw'
October 8. when she want Interest on. see'me about it. It but the profit that you'll Monday to receive her pupils at nO. will 9 West be will he absolutely safe on real estate IL ALFMAN, -Tin. Copper and Sheet: purchase of S, .00 acres'of land In a body !I SlS.00 per >month., hfrtla. Estate a;. H.
glad street. Soctlw3JRS. security. Leslie E. Brooks.. Phone 462. Iron WorKer, cornice work and sky- for S90.000 Best farming land in Jackaoa i FOR SALE-Green. pine piles. Quick Agency. ISsept H.HORSLER, K. of R.
Jackson lights a specialty; roofing. guttering. and County Florida. Over 300 settlers on body,I delhrery. ,Address A. H. Holt. Flomaton. -
lOLA BARTON MAsoN'will MONEY 'TO \N-Everybody. borrows' repairing 315 South Palafox St. ,Phone of land, and that means 300 farms, paying]1 i ..Ala, 3QsepUw* FOR RENT-i-Sorae nice Korea on East KNIGHTS OF
"- open money from Jno. A. Hall &. Co.. 14% : 1316... 2Junelm on an average of COO Ibs. of lint cotton to street .
of Shorthand Government
school and ; cheap rent. The
a Typewriting. E. St. When in need call the farnv. Partly fenced with wire. The I i I-
s either Government. Real ..
10. Apply at 314 Fisher t&teAcency
':October S. Alcanls lonus. plot contains the large Blue Spring better II ljuly Knights
or Typewriter Exchange. 313 known as the long Moss Spring of WestFla. :I are held
,Ijrent building_2ocUmJJISS : MONEY LO\NED on'all kinds of personal -: FOUND. Welt watered and timbered for I BARBER.SHOPS. FOR 'RENT:" A. R. Btogham: baa storage : No. 8
1 ... i plantation and other use. For : cia
-:; property on short notice -Terms reference room for rent. vuitable for furniture *
;: GEORGIA, SENSIBA.Illinois ,graduate of easy. J. B. Gray &:. Co.. 2 W. Romana.; etc., I refer yon to lion..W. .H Milton I or other good>} 104 and 10( South Tar- Monday
Knox College and Ferris: small bay President and Cashier I of the First MILTON-When o'clock.
about.
Phone 11&3.I Ifeb FOU'rne mare age National visiting here have your ragona, street.: Phone. (29.'
: Kindergarten College Michwill opena t i seven years. Right hip down; hind feet! Bank at Marianne Fla. A. Purdee, i tonsorial work done by Ira Mime, Will .. I Kon Is :
Kindergarten and Primary School. October -t{UNLIMITED amount ,of money to Into! white. Owner can have above by prov. ; Real Estate agent counselor at law. editor -' ing street, opposite Jail. Clothe and v ldnr !: !
_ 1. at her home 212 West Gregory i on all kinds of personal property. Spe1 log same and paying for ad. J. W. Un- and published of tJxe West Florida Bu-'I hats cleaned and repaired. Convenient JOHN
- :: .street..___ Terms $3.00 per month.' 25seplm*1, rial rates to business men on larbe derwood. Muscogee Fla. Sseplm*,1 gail. Box 224 Marianna. Fla.. Septum:ItO hotel Phone &3. Hang J. S. LEONARD.
loans. The' New NOTICE : Recorder.
PRIVATE SCHOOL-Miss Belle Whiting South Palafox. York Loan Co. 204)4) I

_ will open her private School at No. OF
DAUGHTERS
'' jj.00 EJ1> N.per Spring,month.street' October 1..13sepUm Tuition THOS PEBLEY-Real Estate and Loans. I i WRITE YOUR WANT AD The Woolley,San&torlum.the'on17Sn-. Naomi Lodge. No. 10,
HERE. -- .
____t' Instructions In Sts.Up-stairs. corner Palafox and Romana I stitute In. the United- State where the .S Rebecca o'clock meets In L O every O F. I
PRIVATE given advanced 12sepUm : Opium, .Cocalnand Whl.key.ha.bItt slater Invited to
i cordially
'i English. French. stenography, and the '

iliss:wroal Z.grammar D. Adams school 411 W.studies.Gregory. Apply street.to Send it to The Journal office day or night... When you need help! have anythingto with can be so ranch cured eaae without foztbe exposure patient Only and ,_MRS. HATTIE MRS J. T. i :

- ,or Box 7S3. 13sept3wilISS HOTELS. i sell rent wish to want-ad. 30 days' time required. 'Describeyour I
i exchange, or purchase anything, try a They do the RATHBONE ,
and' I will write .
case
MACLAY you an
:MARGARET Will reopen Rathbone
tf her kindergarten on Oct 1, at her BROWN HOU&E-DeFuniafc Springs. work.. 4.J.: : : ". : opinion as to whal ,I' can accomplish I Pythias, meets :v-rt :
.c'::
mother's reldence 55 E. Wright where Good beds airy rooms, elegant meals? : .. for Ask I Castle HalL Members I
.farolly
physician
interviewed .In. bath and you. your : brethren II
she may be regard to free sample rooms. SpecIal and visiting II I
1. terms after Sept..3$. Tseptlmo. attention to traveling men. Rates $2.00 --.- to' Investigate. Dr. RM.:, Woolley, 104 to attend J. M.cp. I

per day. J. R. Brown. ProP. SIX Ii ORDINARY WORDS MAKE .:ONE ... '_" IN. N. '?rJ"or Street, Atlanta. Oa. a J. LEVEY. K R. &

't HOTEL SOUTHERN-open all the M. E. B. A. No. 81. !
_ LOST. American and 1
year. European plan. evenings !
third Wednesday
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Special summer rates. Ft t-clas. in ; -' .
.- NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS.As Rafford hall No. 10,
every respect.. Pleasant and convenient. .J '. street. A. O.

LOST-Bank ment First book National 609,bank.Savings with Depart-small cola.. Fla-Mrs. T. L. Bowen ProP.. Pensa-ISaprCHIPLET ; %. ___" _. _. all kicks registered, Id this office I J. L.. SWEENEY Secy.

amount cash and papers. Bank will .' : for failure of :delivery of the
please refuse to honor checks. 1':. W. T.. HOTEL Carl Setterlind. ., '.. PENSACOLA LODGE '
Care JournaL 4octn Prop., Special attention to commercial : paper are charged:;apto,the carriers I .P-usacola Lodge. No- *

; travelers. Free sample and bath rooms. it is desirous that subscribers be meet every Thursday
white setter rooms with good beds. lUG 'the ball on !!
LOST-Baek ,and puppy Large per : 'a at new
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I
Fla. : : certain that
day. Chipley. Itmchlm : Quite the has streets. Visiting
bitch.. four months old. Reward lor .- ,. : : paper not vited. B. R. 1
- : return to \V X. Hyer. Jr. 29sept BAY HOTEL-Open night and day. Eu- '. been delivered'before'rcgistrjg sUch I I A. KERLE Secretary 1 1I
ropean plan. Rooms light and clean. 1 '. -: .:: ;_ kick. ; ; I
ijOST-Bnnch of keys, oh train passing Transient trade solicited. (75-579 South ; .
Flomaton. Saturday, 5 p. m.,' for Mo- Palafox.. Jos. S. Mcolau. Prop. 1. At times complaints comes in from W. O. W
bUe with key tagmarked "::;eptune houses at which we' are"certain the :Live Oak Camp No.
Buekner, AshevlIIe. N. C_" on'one side HOTEL VERNON-rRates 8Z.OO per day paper has been:delivered,. and ban
this is meets in Pythian
Shrineemblem on side. Special rate by week. Special atten- Rales The rate'pn want ad the above is 25
and a reverse a filling space cents first insertionand obviously unjwt Wednesdays la each
Finder please return to Box 48.. Asheville''tion to traveling men. Free sample to.Cn,boy* 21 you cordially l lf
a N. c. or Care Journal.-Pensacola Fla-.room.- .. Mrs. J. P. Mauldin. Prop.. Vernon 5 cents a dav.for each additional consecutive insertion.! Send- cash'with' the ad. do not get the paper w*want to.know sivereigna !
and get reiwd. It; but please be certain.'T .- LESLIE E. WROOKS.
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_U MONrrJOR I "l"'., ': '. Legal Advertisements. --
THE / t. r1fic MOB
f,' 2tIo ( tT f ? : Administrator's Notice. 4 -

:.- :
e cXt ,, NotJce'l8 hereby given to creditors 1..' S

.p bU; &L' f Ira ID to lyoa do if yon area victim atees having distributees claims or demands, sod all against other persona the ea-:; ;I- 'It i

YEnG ANO : ._:, Of malaria. tate of Alvin D. Wright deceased to pre. -
.
-" < T1T1S fi OUT sent the same to the undersigned wlthtatwo : I-
)> 1h. Don't Do It. ..'. Danjerocn. (2) years from this date. Augcst39th -
.WOIHI started all right 190<<.. Oeo. W. WRIGhT Administrator. -- i
.We'll admit It will core malaria, bit leaves Aug. SO_oawSw. :
: _.. and ludnly for it
= Jack ended.all rljM"All almost deadly after,effects. .

-- ,TO '.1'-, on account 'of Vulcanite,'! too.Vulcanite" Administrator's Notice. I i
OCLAMI 'PORTS
FOWTRO.UBLE Notice is hereby given to creditors, legatees .
:, IaHERBINE distributees and all other persons it -
having claims or demands against tb J
Roofing estate of Matthew S. Mason deceased. to 4 ?' '
is the roof present the same to the undersigned At 1 -
.only CC'vcring'that' makes jgpra !y vegetable and absolutely ffuaranteedto 1 Bluff Springs Florida within one (IA : F -
Large Sums Forwarded For economical building possible. It core malaria sack headache biliousness year from this date. August 30th It G.. 41
: Jail Stormed In Search of and B. F.
and all stomach,boaey liver cQmplal & MASON :
puts a.roof,on house that not
your only .. 30:aug-oawSw Administrator.
Use ', In .IE? IT TO-DAY. ..
Emengency costs a trifle, bnt Negro Who Assaulted ? :
L \ij 'it looks a Dottle. AH In Escambla County Circuit Court, '
lasts and
SO Cents a. Druggists. State of Florida-In' Chancery. Callie 1
.. Repairs. astart h.f\ti: is better than all White -Girl Two' tf J : Holt vs. German W. Holt-Bill for Dt.vorce. j,-
.
On Monday the Stud ,
; .. day of October s -
I Lct .ethers. A. IX 1906 the defendant German :
T Citizen Wounded.Mobile W. Holt is required to appear to the.bin
Youdon'ihaveto filed against him herein. This order to .
Large sums of monay have been be published once each week for four 1i -
: Bend out of town tiThRS10k consecutive weeks in the Pensacola Journal -.
forwarded from USG MOULDINGS AND
Washington: for j
'S for It either It a newspaper published In said Es- .
;
at the nary yard and torts In man- .&laOcL 3,-(
Roy Hoyle
a cambla County. A.H.: McMillan. Clerk ; 4-
is for
'ttdtitd ing emergency Ieparsand later much -- sale right special officer of the Mobile and Ohio ALL KINDS OF MILL WORKs Circuit Court. fly L. G. Aymard. D. C. 4-1
3
larger sums will be expended In making here in town br Railroad and one of the most widely Pensacola, Cla. Sept. 19. ISM, SOsepoawiPENSACOU

& dw- the repairs permanent and floatIng A. M. Avery Hardware Co known men here, was painfoljy,

LECTURE No. 23 .. the sunken vessels. The money ... .. .--- 'WI I| (vied, and ,_ Alderman! Sidney furnished: promptly; Our lumber is well-
forwarded is for Immediate use. -. Lyons was slightly wounded last .ELECTRIC COMPANY. 1f:
Ahthatfec1soniceandsmooth.Not The bureau .cf yards and docks has night during a fight at the county jail seasoned and of.superior'quality,stock ,

a Ridge-not a Tack-not a forwarded to the local yard $20,000 MEMILLAIIBROS.CO. between deputy sheriffs and a crow Summer Week Day Schedule-Steam -- i '
rough Place anywhere. I. watctt for this purpose 'and the quartermaster's of .men determined to capture DckRobison : Train and Electric Car Schedule *
department of the army has forwarded a negro II
this Point especially as I know I : $10,000 for use at the forts. 'jiIUFACTURt5 STIELECThC The 'negro, who. is ,only seventeen :Saunders. Mill Company Effective June 19,1908. -
how annoying it is to the Wearer. ,
d years of age. attacked Ruth the 12 BETWEEN PENSACOLA AND Bid!. -
You will certainly enjoy walking ingpairof NOTICE.. year old daughter of Blount Sossa- FLoe 717. 21 East Canfav Sfraaf.H. BAYOU. ,- -4- -

Bids are requested discharge: the man, who lives about three miles Lv. Pensacola.. Lv. Big Bayou. $
cargo of deals, of Portugese ship Fer- from here. She was found lying unconscious 6 a-m. 9:00 p.m. (;20 *.m. 19.30 pm.T .. -
reraand take.charge of same cargo by the, roadside and takento 7 a.m. 10:00 p.m.. :30m.. m.39 p.m. 1c, -
for benefit and account of whom It. her 8 a.m11:09 p.m. 8;39 a-ra. -
home.On 9 am. 9 30 a-m.
may cncera. The TraiL. 10 a-m. 10:30 a-m. -
BUUIOS 11 am. 11;30 a-m. .
Gt Master. Detectives were placed on the 12 noon 12:30 p.m. j
track of G. DeSILVA & COMPANYCan 1 1:30 ,
the negro and within three pm. p.m. c
$3.50-$4.00 Shoes hours-hi was captured. He was taken 2 p.m.. 2:40 p.m. ,
3 3:30 4
p.m.J -
It is not enough to.have! a good Outsolethe before' th 'gIr1.,who Identified him. :30 p.m. 4:00 pan.p.m. -
I
Insole must also be perfect and II Deputy Sheriff Fatch, knowing that 4 p.m. 4ZOpns. 4;
! smooth. The Insole of the "Atlantic" snIpPINs.ArrIved.: the life of the negro would be takenIf fill orders for lumber sash, doors win- 5 4::00 30 p.m.p.m. 6(.00;23 p-m.p-m. 1 T .

. Shoe rests on 'a Layer of finely ground- he brought him to this! city caused dow Glass and all material.We 6 35 p.m. (00 p.m. .4 '.
'
. him: to be. conveyed to a station (;00 p.m. <39 p.m. M ::,
"Cork whichforma a sorf of "Cusbion"j ., .,. .... ,.. .. 830 1 00 ; ( -- .- ,
-
: -
-- several miles up.the Mobile and Ohio pm. p-m.
for the Foot. That's the Reason eeri won't be able to make special work
: I .. t V < !* V flARSrj 7;04 poo. 7:30 p.m. -
, Step u a Step of Ease The nev"Fall" I *:* ." '-, ] '. Railroad. 735 p.m. 8 CO p.m. -' ', ,
, Styles, are shown by the "ATLANTIC" :: i 123t Several Assaults Recently. for a few days. Send your orders.: 8:00 p.m. 9 30 p.m.Saturday ;-; -' -
Administer, Br'ss, Spink, Ha '" ;: only.
I .
Dealer in Town. He :1 -
your vma'to There have, been several assaultson <
: will fit you without trouble. master. white women near.Mobile within BETWEEN PENSACOLA AND FORT's r J :

: Tiedtnan .1231-. Isabel,-.: Hull 1r,tq;rwne.,master.Rus bk. Lindqulst. ';., ::ARE AGAIN the last few- weeks and the news of ,' Vhone, 11. H. G. DeSILVA &CO. BARRANCAS. J t- :. f'
this Intense :
STLOUIS MAKER outrage censed! excitement .Lv. Pensacota. Lv. Fort Barrancas* i I -
) A aJNTlNlfJ J CJ R>>J2'zwI ; VESSELS IN PORT.Steamships. As early'as 6 o'clock In the 7:15a.m. 5:00a.m. -.
) .. "" r_ .. _' 1 H evening' crowS( of men commenced 9 50 a.m. 11a.m. ie .J 4 "-
.,. 11:00 a.m.- 12:IS p.m. I C
: :...;. } ,.it to..gath-er and b-.6:30 500 men had c--- 12:50 p.m. 2.00 p.m.

t Belle !.Isle Frencn BS, LeBarre, RUNNING formed' at the Intersection. of Royal 3:50 p.m. 1:10 p.rn. t j- ,-
and Dauphin'streets. 6;20 p.m. 7:00 4x10. '-
.' 134.Cotte 40.(;-uf Transit Co. 4 8 30 p.m.- );OO p.m. f. ,
: E. O Saltmarsh.; Br ss,'Rogers. Sheriff Powers met the leaders of Saturday only.
2319, Tamp: to Gulf Transit Od. the mob. and Informed them that the We Invite the Attention Steam train leaving PensacoU at 7.15 i ia S

i I !*Ibez, Br,. ss....RJaks* *;J.729, Hamburg: .. .. .:. man they were seeking 'was not lathe Big. tn.Bayou. will only stop to between take on PensacoU.passengers and for !I'' --
COFFEIWe to order. And Were Welcomed by All JaiL He offered to., let anybody points beyond Big: Bayou. Stem train
Irtrngton Br. ss, Ronffignac 1840. whom he personally knew pass of leaving Fort Barrancas at 5:10 p. m., '
4
Pt. Arthur to Rix i M. Robmson. Much through the Jail to satisfy the crowdof : Depositorsto will cola top only between to put off Big passengers Bayou and from Pensa-beyond -

: Klrkstall Br ss, 'Hinde, Colon to. Adding. : to .the the truth are the Pioneer master. forty men' wilted through' the corridors make all stops. Each electric car makes '

. Coffee Roasters of Tugela, Br. ss, Nicholl 2141. Cardiff General Activity,. and returned and assured the all The stops.above schedule and regulations : .1'4 4
: to II Eaars & Co. members of tho moo the negro was the report of an examination of the assets and liabilities subject to change without notice. -- .
: West Florida. Vidar,.Nor .ss,,Aruesen 1084 Suguala not. there. ::artt: Local Freight Regulations. '- S
Grande to Hyer Bros.: of the First National Bank of Pensacola, recently Freight shipped by the 7.15 a. m. -
. For the first time since ,last UnknownManStarted Riot. train will be received only) for points -
. Ships. Wednesday night at 9 o'clock the While several pen, including Hoyle completed by the Audit Company, of New beyond Big Bayou, and will not be received .
A l Nor. 'ship Anderson 1648 street In and Lyons>-were still In 'the jail later than 7:0* a. m. All other -
van ,: cars were placed operation a York interested of
City. Anyone can secure_ a copy Week Day trains leaving Penacola notlater 4
i McHUGH'S BLENDS Londontoorler. i- yesterday and they were welco/ied portion of the- crowd led by a tall than 3:50 p. m., carry freight for J- -
Ferreira, Port ship Barros, 506 Lisbon by: all. not only for the grea-convea- rawboned'toan whose name is fnot it by sending us, their name and address. any point, but freight l wU not be received !
: knownse: zed- ; which later than 20 minutes before scheduled
to masters ience afforded but It added much. to I Ireappearance & telephone pole
merits of this and departure of trains. The 9:00 a. m. -
. Atrial .Canada.,:Br. ship Smmr, 2237, Rid the of normal, conditions. -! had been blown: down In. the recent Upon the report, our twentysix Sunday train may carry lIght. perishable '
: have no equal. Janeiro to "Pitch*:Pine Limber Co. storm, and dashed It against the years' record of fair and considerate banking freight under some circumstances by special i -
Nor. ship. Dannell 1260. closed part of _the double door one- permission. Electric car will not : ;
: will convince the con- Ant Ingrid.*> to McK.' Oertlng & Co. The that, company! would officials. have stated cart Tuesday half whichnwas open. The, door service, .we solicit your business. . carry freight, except or medicine packages urgently of any need description --' .-
vthey
: f noisseur that we Lena, Itai ship Tassara. 1581, London running fell. with a.T crash,:and almost Instantly .. ed. Shippers are. requested to bear these 3 _
.' to order. I Wednesday, night, and :they a .shot game .from,a revolver In regulation in mind that Inconveniencemay I
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\ mek?, extravagant made good their word, having'! cars not be caused. ; r -
no the handsof- In the
ft man standing
,- Barka.Alfhild In operation many hours before the : These freight regulations subject to V !..
: claims. Swed bk, STensen, 1332.. I"jama:: set. Yesterday morning they gate. At ncf'.Uie members of themob" change without notice. ; -
commenced( a fusjlade and abouta Any further information regarding p shad J
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Durban master.
: to I had forces of men at work clearing by applying to the general office of
Andrea! Ndr bk*Qnale, 114, Durban dozen: revolver shots were fired and .
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the sand off tracks and repairing the company. -
then came several ..shots from a rifle FIRST ATIONALBANK -
to.maste-r. Passengers are earnestly requested to
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1 Wholesale and RetailGROCEAS wires and in a few hours the cars '
ItaL 147V Genoato ; held.la,ihe hands of a man whp ,eie-- promptly report to the general office any -
Avon bk Avegno;
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.. ; were, In operation.snoW T ted KT above his head and ,workedit inattention to duty or discourtesy on ; .
mastef. -- : the part of employees and to make specific
Campbell.. Nor"':bk.:Hausken 1100 vigorously. PENSACOLA.. FLA. criticisms of service.! .
( Staranger McK.'Oertlng & Co. When the mob was widely scattered JOHN W LEADLET. .

Chacma' ,Norbk, Jorgensen 557, MANAGER ..Alderman -Ltiss.who had 'been Designated Depositary of the United States.W. Manager.GA.FLA.&ALA.RY. ; I
and all kinds of Feed Fleetwood to order. on the inside, of, the Jail came out.
:= .
? holding'up his hand with the
Stuffs. Hereford.. Nr' "bk. Jensen,. '1380, IS NOTIFIED blood and streaming, announced that he H. Knowlcs. President W. K. Hyer Jr., Vlce-PresUent and Cashier.
Rosario to order. Thos. W. Brent Ass't Cashier. W. N. Roberts. Ass't Cashier. 4 :
had been shot and that Roy Hayle : ,
Helmdal Nor. bk Hensen 1354 had received unet.through the left Directors-F. C. Brent, W.A.Blount, W. H. Knowles W. K flyer Jr., '
a -
Hull to order.Humberto D. G Brent. CAPITOL ROUTE-SHORT LINE f -

I., Span. bk.. 1111, Battle. lung.! Tallahassee, Fla., to Atlanta :
Pluto WaterWholesale Havana to order. As soon as Manager Coe of the The Mob Disperses. '.

King Oscar II,. Nor bk, Johnsen Pensacola opera house read in The Hoyle has been exceptionally popular Ga. 3 f
752, Rosario to- .A.. ZeU S... Journal yesterday morning that and the fact that he had been ROUTE YOUR FREIGHT :
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Mayor Bliss had decided not to -.Il. t! C.W.LAMARPresident JOHN PFEIFFER Assistant CII"''' to
Lilla, Nor bk, Aanonsen 1030 San shot: while looking through the jail '
E.CUSIIVice-President and Cashier. J.W.ANDREWS.Assistant Cashier
and Retail tog 'to order.. I "The Clansman" to be produced In In order to ascertain if the negro was M. Southwest Georgia and West)>

Lluis, Uruguayan bk., Lopez 700 Pensacola, he wired the manager; of there, took all the fight out of themob. Florida. '
to Havana to order. the company In New Orleans giving and it 'dispersed quietly. The THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK 4 -I.
Orleans Co Maria Gef'bk French, '1022 Kings him the decision of the ,mayor vrLJch big man who .had led the gang with Via ) '\ .

New Grocery Lynn to master... __ .. __ virtually cancels the engagement .in the telephone pole however, was 1Jj HA. Steamer Lines, Carrabelle: .:1
,Noach"Vl. Swed bk, Burgfeldt. 1260. Pensacola.Mr. anxious for further vengeance on the PtHSACOLA. )

,.. Port Natal \a wder. -. Coo knewthat_ The Clansman: : negroes and pam natly urged the .- Opera House Building. Fla. ,.. ::.
Jas. McHugh Oliran Its bk. Costa, Genoa to or was being .produced in Kcw Orleans crowd to follow him to the colored ., 'i
der' and thought it best to notify the .company section,of the city declaring that "we DESIGNATED_ DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES.. GA.FLA/&ALA.RY. 1& :

Phon .105. Proprietor Superb Nor bk, .Ulich 1934., Antwerp at once, so telegraphed the will give them what they got in At T.OW rat., quick service, to T.n tia.. ,. ? t if
to A. Zellus & Co. management. I lanta." He stalked. away. followedby CAPITAL STOCK, 200000. SURPLUS $60.000. He and Quincy Fla, Bainbridge, Arflng '. .- !o' >
t .... Schooners. I 'a:lew inen"who deserted him be- ton and Cuthbert, Oa < :
J:1
Donna Chiis,, na, 4nach, Mc r II I forehe had 'gilethree! squares DIRECTORS. For Ratesand Information write to -- ;? :;
1C5 Belize to 'xnaster. Henry t Covinatoo, Frank Rellly F. E. Brawner.J. J. H. McWILLIAMS, u, .
Domira pr seb.' Reddle 2001, SL ,. fn?. Pfeiffer, W.S, Rosasco, C. W. Lamar G .F. & P. A., Balnbrltfge\ Ga. 'i 1. "
b..- Lucle to master. THERE'S A I Bryan Dunvtody, T. F. JVcGourln. J. R. Saunders. I i-'- "

Freddie Heucken. Am sch., Bryant HE'CORD.. C cnftMrlON5HIIS N A. M. Avcry. W. ". M'Kon.' 0. E. Meters : : ,1\;t,
475. Havana to' master.: OF 53 W. L. CswthOfy Dr. W. J. Hannah McKenzie Oertlng
Hjalmar Am sch.Axelsen 55-Tam., Alex Mcffcwln, C. N.Covington, M- E. Clark. Pensacola, St. Andrews and "

The Beer pa to order- : .' Back Stomach of Bitters every as bottle a guarantee of Hostetters,of its filily ((1 uit texts fcr red it(Iff, ?!Jt tad J5X8 the year. Prints ipirtmenl Gulf Steamship Co. >,: -

. Move to:Brent Building; ccccection fcr the ccnvtnltnce of customer STEAMER TARPON. -
& wonderful merit. You are therefore in WT O. BARROW c Mattw. .'
Ausfleld & Brent, the architects now WON Of "'
ian I FIRST.CLASS PAss OEa.AND. 1
offices in the Brent'building, not making experiment when you Paid Tim '
have ; rooms Four per cent interest on Deposits. FREIGHT SERVICE. ;, '
_ of Satisfaction 312-311.; decide to try this soverign remedy. -Between-.- .- -. !!
PENSACOLA. MOBILE. APALACHICO J.i'r
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4. Hostetter'sStomach .. ... .... ...... .. ...eowti" '." ." '. LA DREWS CARRABELLE.MILLVILLE.ST. AN. ,,-.L, 'I--'--

;15I.- Red 'Heart Beer. ,.:-is.'onc'r A-DAY OF 'GREATEXCITEMENT Bittersshould beciuse'Ua1wa's : ,' CHICAGO i. -:sr': ? = i io And all rabelle points SCHEDULE.on and St.Apalachlcola.Andrews Bay Car: '.t-t". ,:1 I

be your flrst-cboice. Leaves Pensacola Sunday I.JO p. Ok, _.
,
: cures Poor Appetite,, Belching, ,'i"J Deposit money1 in a savings bank "at- 4 for Mobile Ala. -SLeeve .';
l- of'the few ,beers that-al-} Sleeplessness, :' your Pensacola Tuesday. >:30 a, -- .
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Dyspepsia a.' Indlgestlon'l f i when the Pensacola Home and Savings for St. Andrews. Milinile. ApaUc Ki co*. '
cent.
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Costiveness Female Ills ,
Carrabelle and Intermediate point
ways gives satisfaction. Fever. Try it to-day. Will Finish Ahead Even If : Association will issue you paid-up stock. I For additional Information. R. SAUNDERS*apply toJ. .. 'b-- "f,

It varies. It is To Be bearing interest at 5 per cent. per annum, pay. E .R. COBB, PMsM.. f S s <
_ never .. __ ., All Games Played General Frt. and Pass Agt. Pen $
I i. ,
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sacola Fla. ,
able semi-annually. ; -

"t always pleasing. to the 'Are Lost.CMcago H. O. DeSILVA, A. CREENHUT J. S. Reese M. GARY : : .- J.'".

al II taste and mild. It does 'lN MOBIlE Oct.----:-3.-The: Chicago: : Directors Pruldent.-H.. Q. Vice DeSllva-President, A. .Greenhut.Traurer.Knowles Hyer,Secretary.A. V. I ,, ; J.

baseball club became Clubt. C. H. Dorr O. E. Maura. Sol Cahn.
American League .
not make yobilious\ org J : the winners of this year's pennant i 43 South Palafox.CityotPensacolalmprOVemeflt. EVANSVillE'I-I. t

- leave after effects. ," ,'.' when both games,of the doubleheader .......et ." " ." " " " : t
" any By Associated Press. at St Louis. In which Chicago :: ,
' MoBlle. Oct. 3.lo.bne'' passed a was scheduled to play were caned ,
: Beer drinkers declare it to.the of rain. The Chicago Bonds.
day of great excitement. due off on account : >
.. RAILROADj
..l Incident of last night when a mob club cannot be overtaken though the ,
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is the best lOc beer in 1000.00 each. Dated: January 1st 1906. Maturing January 'r.
went. to the county jail to get the l lose the four games yet to be played Denom'nation ,
Robinson charged with as. 1st '1336. Redeemable an. 1st, 1826. Interest Payable Semi-Annually. THE DIRECT LINE TO : :

";i the world. :.tflt :*_-, sault negro'on the Sossaman gIrL! A meetIng GAME PLAYED YESTERDAY. WE OFFER. FOR SALE THESE BONDS SUBJECT TO PRIOR SALE IN 7 '.
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THE TO SUIT PURCHASER. :
GREAT
. FOX. American League. AMOUNTS
I. of .citizens was held and a committee CHICAGOand I .-" .
!2 and reportedthe Has been tried for Washington 2, Boston 1. ,
visited tie jail years by men who
.p-, vi negro. not' there. At about the use their machines" every hour In the Wsahington 1, Boston 2, seven innings The Peoples Bank of Pensacola all points In the i-
returned day. and found to stand the hardest. use second game. ,
timeline grand Jury 1
same And do the best work.
Indictments against.Robinson and an- If your typewrite got wet, don't try Philadelphia 6, New York 7. Pensacola Fla. North andNorthwest.
other ,negro-named :Thompson wanted to repair It, unless It Is a Fox, i: The for similar offence There It In for a new Fox. that U guaranteed second game. _
a In writing for two to do
years
perfect Cleveland Detroit 3.
n. have been many threats but It Is not work and all repairs free. You can.see 4, L. MtLTOV GREEN !rldent. T. R. WEtLES Tire-President Low Round d.
Louls- hlca.go. wet grounds. .. MANSFIELD MORENO, Asst. Cashier. Exceptionally
believed that there will. any further both iingT1s rl and regular, price St.. B. MUBCSUNEIJU

- 'lewis Bear Co. trouble., everything$100, by In sporting 21 Brent goods..Row. Also Boston 3.National. Brooklyn League.13. QTIZENS NATIONAL BANK Trip Rates to all Summer ..1 j

CREW NOTICE. New York 1..,Philadelphia 3. Touris Points. -
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Nt'IUlt'rtheCapt'Sln, Owners of Frasacola Florida.DIRECTORS. --- f
\Wholesale' Dealers nor Consignees x>t the Belle NOTICE.. r .
:; .6 Isle. rill be responsible for F. :B. BRUCE 'The-,PensacoU.,Electric Company have Bear T. E/ Velles. Rlx M. Robinson.' L. Hilton Green 0. H. Hiiiman S. L. Rogers, j,
Morris
contraet&h' the Crew temporary omce rooms. 325 Ceo. ,W.Wri9ht. .
debts ( : : removed to BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED. G. P. & T. A. .. General Agent, S
. 3ensacola Fla. of said Teasel to ,329 Brent auMtar ,GENERAL
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: .- T t* Palfaro. Capt.GUI1 w LEADLEY. Evansville. In:!. Nashville, Tena. i

TRANSIT CO. Consignees. NEW BRENT: BUILDING.- .. I IA Manager. .. -,-..... S
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REDUCTION SALE,,_ FOR: ONE' WEEK I WI rtiUs'



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'For the information of our. :customer ,especially out of town, we beg to state l



our" stock was not damaged by the recent storm, and business:. ,goes on as usual.



=} For those in immediate need. we: have decided. to make great reductions in all




staple and ready-to-wear goods, the sale llsting l for. One Week... Sale now on. ';

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250 pairs Boys' SOc Pants for 25c. 200 dozen Boys" .ivHs.ses'- and. .Ladies'; : JOO Ladies' All-WoO{ Waists, regular $2 ;t;;

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i 1,000'pairs Men's regular value *JOc Half Fleece Vests and Pantsgood;: = value.1 ,V per value, $1.00. .

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f ,. Hose, now 7c. / garment, 25c: T tOO dozen Ladies', Boys' and Misses 'JOc


$ Hose, all for 5 C 'per- pair. ', .
100 pate 1VIen'sCassimere Pants, all sizes, 50 dozen Ladies' MpsSn Underwear,..75c .

s I worth $2, this sale, 98c.' value, this sale' 50c. Sefe ..show window: 1 J,000 yards .Best- -15c: double-width! 'Flannelette

See show window V .
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received 25
; 300 dozen .Men's Fleece Shirts and=;Drawers Just 100 rolls'new'Matting, '

Velvet Axminister and Brussels' 1,000 yards-single-width lOc Flannelette I
$J value, per suit, 75c. large Body .. v. ,
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9x12 Art Squares 500 Smyrna and Axmin- this .sale, 8C. : .': .

i 50 Ladies' Wool Skirts, $3 value, this .

sale, $1.98. ster Rugs, all siZes.. .. All' our stock''of: Standard. Prints about- .. 'ten

thousand yards 'reduced to 5c.. '
100 Ladies' All-Wool Flannel Waists, $J For office use we are selling 6x9 and:8x10 ; .

value, this sale, 50c. Crex Rugs. Call and see them One-yard-wide; .Best Domestic,5c. '


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Remember, this sale lasts ONE WEEK,, and we, have enough- .to supply ', all. '


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;: NEW I"'" STYLES' FOR.. GOOD CONDITION OF POSTAL, .:, v HAVEJlV-llfES MAt .,- ANOTHER BODY' MAN.. [KI LEQ'BY: Hawes$3.00 Celebrated Hats I


EA I

s DRESSERS THE FOREIGN ,''' ON N IFI LL INC i P01INT

+, 'J.r EXPECT WORKING' TO'' OtRDErV WAVE b!feEfriME M IN. ; fOUND AT INCA

not only in the weaves and colorings of the I .

Fall fabrics, but in the various garments for VESSElS DURING TO-DAY.i BEACH TREE STONE'STHE afterrBryar

men of all proportions. Some men can wear to Fc
f! 'the extreme styles, while others the The Postal Telegraph Company: explofort
prefer whose wires went down last Wednes- f
r more conservative kinds, and this is where I day night expects;to'h ?e Its.service vaiuabag
n our At Least ,Four of the Ocean restored some time during today ortonight. Supposed to Be the Five- T. W .Diamond :Met Sudd"'n,1 HABERDASHER t
.
A crew of twenty-six men havestonr
Craft Will Prove Al- are coming through the country from Year-Old Daughter of Death in Woods Near
Mobile reconstructing the lines, and Th.
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MAMMOTH STOCK ,OF MEN'SCLOTHING most Total Wrecks. last wilt'start night fourteen more men arrived Bridge Tender Chumuckla. boabs1I'hicl
and out thl"mornlI working -
.' .- from Pensaeola and they
may and
.
/ Matthews.The
14 meet the other before .222 SOUTH PAUFOX STREET
t Not one of the foreign !sailing craft gang nIghtfalLIf Special to"The.Journal. mile
the harbor at the time of the hurri not they- will reach,each other to- ... about
North Chumuckla. Sept. 28. ;Our entire
"._- hits the mark of appreciation. We fin' escaped the fury of the great morrow. community is in gloom and Badness over boat
3 give you Yesterday Assistant General Superintendent -
and each bears evidences of the local oflicials of the'Louisvil'eand ; the sudden death of our muchbelovedfriend with
: J\ just the style you want, in the fabric of yourchoice. I damage done. Three vessels have S. A.were Duncan and Chief Nashville were yesterday notified Mr.' Y. W. Diamond, who was Florida and Alabama lannc

I' Prices range from $10 all theway been floated; the ships Canada Mere- ing Foreman over Keeler the condition.In the'city of the look company's of the finding on the beach ,of the killed by a falling tree last Tuesday Ne.
i mus and Avon. This was accomplished about 5:30 ,in the afternoon,. and .It. was LAND COMPANY PIUIlFtkel
I. up by easy stages to $37.50. by shifting portions of the cargo property I'body of a girl, apparently about fivo our solemn and painful duty ta place the
I and these are but slightly damaged. years of age, supposed to be the remains or this good and noble man in Manufacturers of tlon
Four of the vessels will'probably t daughter of,-T. J. Matthews, tender of their earthly resting place In Coon Hill and Dealer in wrec
t prove total wrecks. They are' the the Escambia bridge who lost his cemetery late Wednesday. evening, and LUMBER. SAWED CYPRESS SHINGLES the 1
Italian ship Ingrid Italian bark Hereford I notwithstanding the extreme inclem- AND KILN-DRIED SAP. westAb
German bark Maria and Norwe: I{wife .and two children by the huni ency of the weather, a great many were
cane. The body'was found near Florida ,
gian bark CampbelL Some of them! present to pay their'last respects.Mr. .
; have been stove 'Town, near the mouth of a creek SCARRITT MORENO,
have on part cargo Diamond it seems was shorthanded thegyro'
;x y THE JOHN WHITE STORE in by coming In contact with other i was.in a terribly state vf decomposition : .in his logging business and. with 'SAFES OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS.
C vessels or wharves and are sunk. i I and was buried at once. a Mr. Sorren. was engaged to sawing Agent tor DJebold Safe and Lock Co. runn
.
One of the children of Mr. Matthews Canton Ohio.
Three others can' be saved, but at r a down a tree when: unfortunately, the tree Office and S.learoom-20 E. Gov. St a 50
nas a girl; but no one in the .
thataatl
and time. They in Mr. Diamond
much expense are kicked back' striking
yi r bad condition and,it-will require large city yesterday knew her age, or I breaking one ,leg and his back. Death !
; ; Specialists In Men's and Boys' Wear i J wrecking forces to PUt.them In shape. whether the body found corresponds. resulted almost instantly.Mr. .MEN ARE LEARNING THAT Bt
\\/W5dL with the of the child. '
They are the Norwegian bark Heim.I description I Diamond Is the second brother that BY LIFE ASSURANCE TrUh
I dahl. Swedish bark Alfhild and Norwegian d The--omclaIs. who have been doing I I has been killed In that wajo.. He stood income are maintained mortgager %
Phone 225 205-207,5.) P AA FOX.. ship AvantL everything' possiole to reaver thebodies wen in his community and was a true protected, debts secured. undeTe'pow' tragjtsa
t I of the three unfortunates, '
had good devoted husband enterprises business rends
Several of the craft can be savedat gentleman a eitlsen a ,
.a a much less expense,. and after heard nothing of the finding of the and a kind and affectionate father. ed safe investments given pennanea! trou
some repairs will be perfectly sea i: son:of Mr. Matthews,alive, nor could I I Mr. Diamond leaves a wife and six children value, and capital preserred. A polW: men
worthy. They are the :Norwegian ,the story. to, that effect te verii cd: to mourn the-loss of a good and.true fin THE EQUITABLE does all this lion
bark 'Andrea. Italian 'ship Lena and elsewhere.SEPT. man.. He was a ronl18tmmember'. of and more-'provides for the family at
Yi '
Norwegian bark Superb.- I l I the Missionary Baptist church and had tef rmr deathT Send. us your n3.nage acHE
BAY ELECTRIC AND SUPPLY COMPANYL i l lived a Christian life. and address.KNOWLES occa
Wounds, Bruises and Burns.. EXPORTS : To his bereaved widow. and fatherless I lag,
W. T. BEDWELL PRES. AND MANAGER. BROS.. InsuranCeThere's
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Prepared to do all electrical repairing on short notice. Ring phone 570 and a By applying an, antiseptic dressing children let us show our,deepest and pro of
representative- will calLV.. T. Bidwell. President and danger 205, S. Baylen to wounds, bruises burns and like In-: found sympatahy.. w, ;hOr
w JACKSON.
street. j WERE SMALL ;
,t : : I juries before inflammation n sets In: a p1.
i they may be healed without maturation : I Sick Headache Cured.
iN.N4>.04>N........ .............. ......-.........t1 and in about one-third the*-4ime 3ooDyi4ght1905 : _---J' Sick headache is, .j&used..by'. 'derangement -
I required by the old, treatment. This of the stomach and ,by indigestion :
The valuation of shipments to foieign !
is the greatest discovery and triumphof Chamberlain's Stomachand Refreshing Tl'hip
I MR. MERCHANT: : .1.1i I, modern surgery. ,Chamberlain'sPain : TIle HouR of Kupp.nh.ImMA September countries during. smaller the han month of Liver Tablets correct.these disorders -
Balm acts on ,this same princi were any an4.e ect .a-eure.i.By taking long
Do you want to sell more goods? Ever : !pie. It is an antiseptic and when..ap- ** 4,", _* fact month that of the but.present. little cotton year, and due'to-tobacco the these tablets. i as:soon:,as: the.: first in- now
'Re
injuries them to dication of the disease ,
plied to.such causes appears the chile
= i' notice how the crowd all go to the store :I=I heal very quickly. ,It also allays the KUPPENHEIMERWATERSHED. were exported while the' Inmber attack may .be warded off.. For sale no feeling so
: that is brilliantly lighted? pain and soreness and prevents, any and timber shipments were also light. by all druggists reS'tlAt
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:1 I danger of blood poisoning. Keep a The valuations.to the various .countries delightful1y'refreshing a ..
rt e* LIGHT YOUR STORE WITH bottle of Pain Balm in ,your. home Is a perfect ,waterproof Coat were as follows: TEMPERATURE v* that given by well- lard
Austria ..,................. as
; $ 5,500
| GAS, ARC LAMPS' :j I not and to it mention will save the you inconvenience time and money.and It's for a a rainy stylish day.perfect-fitting for all other Over days France -.....*.............. 55014 OF 80 DEGREESThe laundered linens, just tiatEetrabeat beer
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suffering such Injuries ,entaiL For. coat-$12 to $27.50. Hair : : ....;.. 61.433 : turned out byThe
: They give more light and better light than :j i sale by all drugglsls.. _. United Kingdom. .........u.... 444,544 ,maximum temperature In Pen- such as
; Cuba .......;............... 6,161 sacola yesterday-iraa'80. degrees' at
P. % any other lighting agency and at smaller : NOTICE. Argentine .,................119,855 2 p. m, while;the minimum was 68 Star Steam snot In
o cost.. $7 ,installs lamp. ,Peosacola Oct.tit,"4906. Uruguay .......-.... ...........:-51,67* degrees at 6;30 a. m.,_-Last year on Ottlt
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H. O.ANSON.
o the same dateftn: $inailiniRQ
,' r. Teachers andPatrons of /the4City was 86
I 2s Pnbli i Pensacola Gas Company further notice is ,theCity .
given DurfI
Unless g.the'mon h'
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CJSH CLOBiLlCcreer twentY- e vessels BENEFIT 114 tt
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I STORM 8.UFFE.RER8. phone ,
Schools will stand adjourned, entered 'four > 37 E/Garden St.
port from domestic fornfat.
Phone 27 Garden Strset. '- "
148. 24 and "
i .11 until Monday Oct. 15th InsLN. P 11'J HC KIlL. : I and' seventeen! from foreign ports. EAGLES SHIRT'WAIST' BALL Pensacola. Fla. ,
..... .. '' .- B. COOK; ,,T' "H t; The tonnage ,tax, -collected. '.amounted. THURSDAY. NIGHT.. :BARRIOS.ORCHESTRA ,this
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