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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: September 1, 1905
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
daily (except monday)[ former <1900-1905>]
daily
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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).
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Holding Location: University of Florida
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Succeeded by: Pensacola news
Succeeded by: Pensacola news journal

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PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY MORNINGt SEPT MEMBER I1 1905.


PRICE, 5 CENTS


[R$ISTICE WILL

NOW BE ARRA GED




TIPRE I0ENT



NTNS I TODAY ESSAG[

l I e Ackno Wle. to Tel
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lAN WY IWORWED OF
*PANW RE AT LEtVEN -
S1New Orleans. Aug. 31.-T',e
CMT NIiHT AND p. report of the ver skua. n -
i TORt MWf THIS up to 6 p.m. day is as fol-
4IEE1NS ^I9^L3 L .TIS lows:
I bings 4 aJMhAuR TO New cases ; total cases Z
..... # T....t to date 19.
SOF AMISTICE Ieaths i 1.
^'.^ ,* New foci 6.

m4 A- P~SIDKENT R 0 VILT
agh a E t* *MENUS NE kMESSAGE.
!aimme 14Wj te a l- -I
A A* ni..,' ek h toaKt T aa.- New Orleans, A 31.-As evidenc-
t t o am' e -aaW tlg eis deep sym 7hy with New Or-
wea Re rw -- lesas, President Roosevelt to-uay
alsed ltt ef ter ha J Ore set a a notable kowledge-n nrt o
4uved arrag the Mayor Behrman' telegram applaud-
-fs. of ITmamage Ing the president. service in r,',o:-
S* w" M..Lfag peare. The resident's reply fol-
medtel Wth lows:
te a1na4 g n wl probably I"No telegram toched me as decp-
h* bel d I poI a r' ly as the o e fro our city, showing
of Semplete that in the midst her great trial
oZ.Tf' New Orleans is l nly alive to all
44-asia 'i. Y 'that affects the interests of the
L',"? au0a by th e wadEd and the honor of our country.
9 ge iaMII4 TeYo have given t expression to the
feelings of your Stave and gallant
A ftdn. people, for only these with lofty souls
At~u a L---At n in the midst of their grief find
today adIan or time to thiak of others. I trust I need
Meteei feeAed ay ot say how deep and constant is my
'wati Ir af the ari. anatety fer the welfare of your city
a formal aro mite and the state.."
'et o as to create Slu The business year Ia New Orleans,
.L ot wT' wa 4 o ir ping tomorrow, finds the yellow
. Bot h so Une its have tersr itlUtoa so evidently under
SordedN t Ie b-at3e wtht Conatol tIat the be ,Imea antiri-
dire& Ieac lasit@re uams t blt tf ty in all
a the gemIV ents.mt Nlter b Ies of kttestry whem the fever is
'pirepa&l-- a formal upe t alny stamped oat and free inter-
hoillee ie f t seetia of comrse Is resumed. The annual state-
ae menots printed to-day s-aow the bank
inthe ja at fa athe a clearings for the year as nine hun-
tasW U t at ot w s as deId and tMy three millions, only
n .ea sE thera msgiv tM three millions under the total for the,
-ess ,on of the aonclsion o year endlng with last August
e. Inf"' membe-s of the,; "A feelg of absolute faith in the
inn s .ii k ..ey would not be ur. work of the federal authorities pre-
i if -e erct conditions peae rails in the community. Science has
SB t cnoaT to the army as the conquered tnis epidemic and we may
men es wish the a feel this visitation and farewell of
meat astil the mper yellow fever all the years to come."
f t agreement oclded These are the words of President
rismout Brittain of the cott exchange to-
oday.
A Three New Cases at Gulfport.
A BL L Jackson, Miss., Aug. 31.--~urgeon
Wastin reports three new cases of
yellow fever at Guifport to-night. He
1 says the situation is well in hand
along the gulf coast. Dr. Lebaron re-
v PIWrss por-s oe case of fever at Pqarling-
ton, near the Louisiana state line. and
Am^nd x a has taken charge as itat" health of-
,levc'and Oa phi* 2. ficer. No new cases are reported
1q roit VTrk 0. from MIsiRslppi l ity or Natchez.
hicago 2, ahlmaton 4.
t. Louis 2. l


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Sitti Ro Aetlata S3.
ew Orlea 5, Nashville 4.


DLEGoATES MEET.
By Associated Pres.


Karletad. Sweden. Auw. 31.--Th
first meeting of the Swedish and
irwegiaii deileae- d, appoine it,
consider the terms of dissolution of


reve Montomery 1. the two countries. was h'ld here to-
S ----, day. It was a;gre('d that each dcle-a-
SAtlantic League. | tLon uheuld elect its own chairman.
)olaubla Jacksonville 3. who will preside on alternate days.
Lacon t a~$-annah 2. ten inning I t was dec di., that the confer-nces
.h~4M~-n i n"A 2 ttwlrp -p x.--rp Tp nvtM'.."


'CASES CONFIRMED

BY DR. GUITERAS
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THE CHOLERA


Says Ablo Has Very Pronom id
Case of fever and Greek Cases
lien Pnirnthi flian lk4ea


IN IEMANY A ,
ARENO NEW CASES

It Is Spreading Rapidly and Pros- Vars useless
sian Government Is Keenly V l o F i w
Alive to Danger.
DR. PORTER PLACES QUARAN.
IN EPIDEMIC OF 1892 AND 1893
EITlr! RESTILITSONS ON MAR.


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NEARLY A MILLION PERSONS
DIED IN RUSSIA-DISEASE WILL.! IATTD TO LEAVE- RK OP
BE CONTROLLED.
SCREENING AND FUMItATION
1s PROtrWDIMLN


S--=------ -------- '---- -.= By Associated Press. .
H= Berlin, Aug. 31.-The spread of,
cholera from two localities on the Dr. Joseph Gutet, the ftge
river Weichsl five days ago to 29 Cuban yellow fever expert, Who a
Fo cases in twelve localities, from *he recognized autbhrtty uPO 1Ila0i2es
^H,^4Q ) Baltic to the River Warthe, one hun- this nature, yesterday sanouisea that
SS,, .S dred and fifty miles south, and its ap- yellow fever existed In Peusuoola.
pearance at Hamburg, gives an un- Dr. Guiteras, seoompaietd by Dr.
pleasant thrill to Germany, as It Porter and Dr. Andersoa, the" tae
may mean a long and steady fight, as health authorities, made as u-1-
in 1892 and 1893, to keep the disease tion pt the patients, and afterwa
within control. Dr. Gulteras declared that three of
s C-- It is estimated that eight hundred the four parties had prnmon aed ea~s,
thousand persons died in Russia from and that the other one of the wava-
the cholera during those years. The lescent Greeks exhibited IyujptAisoi
Russian government is keenly alive the fever.
to the possibilities of the danger and Yesterday passed off quietly, with
S^ is taking the most energetic precau- the exception of the many senseless
tionary measures. rumors which are always put In cir-
"', culation In such inatances.
",^ Concern Feit in Hamburg. No new cases developed, although
Hamburg, Aug. 31.-One case of there is one under suspoeon. This U
cholera has been officially declared located in a boarding house on East
here. It was that of a Russian eml-J Intendencia street, between Palarox
grant who arrived Sunday and died! and Tarragona. The patient has been
-). Tuesday. The health authorities as- ill for only a few days, and as yet the
MR. YOU-N-ME ODNESS GRACIOUS AGNES! THERE'S OUR OLD FRIEND, MR. OYSTER, BACK sure the public tuat no alarm need be physicians cannot determlne whether
AGAIN. felt as every precaution has been or not the case is that of yellow fever,
taken against the sprea', of the dis- but Dr. Guiteras states that it sboulJ
Seas. Nevertheless some concern is be treated as a suspicious case.
ill i felt here. Dr. Gultera visited all of the pati-
D A l S enta yesterday. Thre were two eases
D ORT R ISS UE3A VE 3l T(Greeks) at the corner of Inteadeneii
and Tarragona. streets, and both at
~ lL UL/LE A Ithefe were declared by the yeller te-.
Cn"miHEzUBInr er exi to be teWhwever, the
n l both were au. Ose, however, bth
HE PLACES DR. ANDFIRSON IN DIRECT CONTROL -4 doctor said, stl-d be in bed, s he
nrpis not at all well. Another Greek, the
TINED SECTION A*O PROHIBITS PEOPLE MA LSAV o1one on Last Gover ment street, Is

be said the cise molM iwve be
State Health Officer Joseph Y. ering ice, provisions, milk and laun- I I I treated a a supletos one. Boa
Porter, who is in charge of the yel-S dry within the cordoned district. Fevet Situation Was Discussed at'a Mr-*Abe,' the .nmat cm1..,-
low fever situation ti e city has JOSE PH Y. PORTIR, boarding house, is concergned, be sai
issued three bulletins. relates State Health Officer. Special and Citizens that it w very pn ced, sa tat
to thre q urantiae o the harbor, and Bulletin No. 2. Capt. Perry Prohibits Parties and Special _eet.0 Iiz ,, s.t .. **in
to the qhparantie of the harbor, and'Stion. ,
prohibits boats from ca.rying per- "Exec'tive Office, ,Stare Board of t fm mmittee Appointed. Dr. GOuteras Is a native r .o Hob
sons across the biy or 6 points up H,'al:h of Health of Florida, Pen- rflgl Ifm oling O UOY- was born in Cuba, but lItved thea
the sound. sacia Fla. Aug. 31 atin VERY REGRETTABLE REMARKS stes forh aen dhy a test nf
"D'. Warren E. ine special enmient which he returned,,andb=s In
The vessels arej arned not to con- assistant to State Health officer, is I N REFERENCE T9 '.R. PORTER, Havana since 1900. He has mae
vey pa:;senzers to any P(nt, and per- hereby placed in charge of so much The navy vr- has quar:, AN INVITED GcUST, WERE SE-. study of yellow fever, devoting all of
sons are also warned st to leave the of the cIrdloned district In the city of u. p''.ac nd hc VERELY CONDEMNEO- BODY his time and attention to this dkeas.
city by water, exceptwl et a permit Pensa ola as relates to ihe movement WILL SUPPORT HEALTH OF- and it is through his efforts that the
is obtained, frm the sta health of- of citizens within the cordon, busi- n~n will be al!ow.d to enter the na.al disease has been finally eradleated
is obta rom he s e hel ness transactions between wholesale Ceri-tion, except l' y special permit. FICIALS. from Havana.
flcer. houses and those without the cordon- This order was issued yesterday after-! A special meeting the hamber Gutns by her wai s go ernent to Ne Or-
Of course, this does ot apply to ed district, and granting passes to. noon and became effective last night.' : o i m etrc was called yesterday gate the cas there, and lto r t
tug boats towing vessels nto port, or persons to ergo In or out of this re There are a large, number of Pen- a o- for h oppose of dis invitation of r. orter e me too
doing other harbor wor and these business relating to the cordoned a)lians eInpioy ed in the various de- -ig Ir Lever situation and consulting sacola. He stated last nlht that h
vessels can continue th work. district should apply to Dr. Anderson. I apartments at the yard. and' many of th h-alth officials about the matter, would remain for a number of day,
The other bulletin i ued by Dr. "Drs. Mallory Kenned:- and Clinton rth se have secured quarters a., the r iviPorte r state heathsent as wr after which hoe ntendeme.d rt
Porter, is that relating o his order D'Aiemberte will. under dir-ct in- yard and will thus be able to continue also a number of the physicians of
placing Dr. Anderson n absolute structions of the State Health Officer, their work. the city. Dr. Porter accepted the in- Harbor Quarantlneog.
charge of the cordoned district. supervise the screening of houses and vitalion and appear-d at the meeting. Dr. Porter last night ordered that a
Dr. Porter had ut lit to say last fumigating the same to kill any pos-i The Order. Te chanmbr of Commerce room quar-ntine be placed upon the haAe,
night regarding the nation. He sible infected stegomyia. The followi s a copy of the order as e 1: n o many of th or rathr that parties be aowe
Tile tel-I"ThecState Health Officer assuom'es.l: vr ueonly h- many of the or rather that so parties be allowed
was busy when seen. a wearing tele- "The State Health Officer assumes isued by the con'nandanr: members being present but quite a to leave the city by water, sa- that
grams and letters ar I issuing bulle- direct control of management of the '. S. Navy Yard, Pensacola. Fla., numberr aof cii;.-,- zwv'io are no' mem- no small boats be permitted to go out
tins. The bulletins he made public quarantine of Pensacola and alone Aug. 1905. b hers and the n -, was therefore to other points. During the pet few
last night are as follow will issue permission for personsto "All of persons and freight rant'le n onr s Pre:' oeno Still- days many persons.D who became u-
Bulletin No. leave the city. between Pen aco4a and the naval man invitedd all to pr-rtlcipate in It. necessarily frightened, procured boat
-"JOSEPH Y. PORTER, reservation is prohibited except t,-. Srme Rc--"ttaolc Remarks. and left the city, going Cers the 14W.
Executive Office. Stat Board of 'State Health Officer of Florida." special p r,::: of the CommanI T- f vr s1inaion was discussed Complaints were th. a sent to th
Health of Florida, Peasacola, Fla, Bulletin No. 3. ant. i ,S >o variats r:ar'antn,. anl some authorities reading the ladting of
Aug. 31, 1905. "It is hopeB, fat rran.men- "J 1 :...-of1 1 r,. [I,;fre de- thp refuge., and a qnaroUne w 9
The following Is published as infor- "'lvecutive Offlc%. State Board of n;;:y be made w:;ith h T-rraninial ('n,, *- ,, ,..* f ,'. tahlisbed.
nation to those wholesale merchants Health of IHeil h 'f Florida, Pen- ;. ny for a tr;-in onre ,ailv ,: : ..... a ,, , of !hr nWarticiants W\hile there is a great deal of talk
~~*" '~* ~ *-" *S~ &5~A Ii~t~J-- wh----so uies r oae1 scliFh.At 1 90.paiin o h. on fWosy '7o-> that smeof. - i pa tiip'


tarM ,-- dar-u-ges... , w il held e.-morrow ,.n .xtm whose places of business are located sacolia, Fla., Auz. 31. 1905. provisions for the towns of Woolsey, n .;... .... n- ui--
l;. Tdarkess.) will h held to-morrow. within the cordoned district of the -On he ,ni. g Aust 2'th qu2ar-. Warringon adl fh Yardi a:,, '- .. i- ,id for the purpose of abusing
T -a city of Pensacola: antine restrictions wcre p'acedr against pital. r Por anr, s.m very uncalled
Wholesale merchants whoie places Pensacola on account of the discovery "All boats arm prohibited from lanD- ;,r ;.L ins-.ng r marks were dl-
'O T TOLST 101 A P Y T T A I of business are located within the of three case( of yellow fever. This I ing anywhere on he borders of the ., a hil before the chairman
S T T T01 H P T cordoned district may continue to do is therefore )o warn a1 persons that r'-erva;ion. c' call efore or,
leavngth c, of/HA- EN DE D oI. ,.,., oII -o E,,R Y Co.;1.,all for r
business in a wholesale manner R. R leaving the cit- of Percola h rail Sned) "R. M. BERRY. ori of thos present,.
tail business with the city without or by water without perrml-sion of the! Cant. 7. S. Navy, Commiandant ,,.,r..,n o t.hw parents,
the cordoned district cannot be per-, State Health Officer is a violation of ri d the state ealt
mitted. because inviting too, :!e quarantine re:ilationn of th n -- an .- :atcr veed regre sate althe oo-
A M oscr^w it 1.--- aunt Tolstot re. lorg as their systems remain inchane stantly within the restricted terrilo- tes of the state fully author.ze unt rr :tthis:nnlr. e:-. o:" iat ar Aoainaed
S- sIon Tuesday that ed aad so long as opposition ry, which it is d able to prevent. consdlons which no".- enfront the requee 0ted to .: ." :,. ,, : .~t riero
W. L ly assured. CoMn- threat are l n'cr de da o ogmas 4 By wholesale busin ip understood cit- of Pensacola an' the people of this place :, .. : ; if -:.aerNo
tn t n accoimplisbfd societyy" ConTinmt. he said: .,Th' the selling of merchai.ise i ,wagon. thh state. Railroad compa.e. are i .'m ;he S:; h iti. ;-. : ', > tender Dr.
Sa ianideed happy to conditions of peace are quite unit dray or car lots. and ,, in small frb.dden tn sell t:ckets by rail for quester them '-.,( r t,-u :.- -. .. a.th o
the fear butchery, portast as compare with the in l quantities, and dray o wagons will, any point in Floridl, and a cheerful i -red on the S*' .- :,a!,'h Ol:-er '.- ofo
I 'tht this w isuts to be obtained through the peac be permitted to go int the coronedl nsent has been given fo this re- statutes of ; e '-amer of
tt c annot through the pofnace. district for the purpose of obtaining queqt. Water transportation compa "'lNo restrim- "-n' be nlacd ' ',- to- :v'.,,"fh i2,
Sc -i conence..articles of merehandls in wholesale nies are forbidden to take passengers; freight 1-a-inag P n',z:",a. as it s ;qw * c bedy .*ood brocl
lots only between the h urs of 8 a. m. from Pensacola to any point in thpi known hit fr ",'t of .--<.- o .. ." ':'rrilin
and 5 p. m. Cars wil be permitted; sta., and are hereby rrq.uired to reg-j wil no v :.: ., '
to be loaded from wl -lesale estab- igte? with the State Health Officer on l f,, r. ; .'" r r t" e "''
ti e at jr lishments within the co doned district each trip from Pensacola to nearby H ,:;ra :.: -'"an .,i:" 4 1 .
in the same manner and at the' poins or to distant points in the state are i .' n . .;.to.
W as Signed on August 12 same hours. The .- r and helper a It of the personnel of the crew.; ':e qi'i.: .n .-,:..r. \ iu W. K.
on drays, wagons or n cars must for inspection prior to leaving the ':to' -' . -:" .
Snot go inside of buUd gs-wholesale city of fruit and an "i'a -;, stegom".y -. -, '. -'oo
PMIa a powerful factor In insuring the establishments-and t employes of '%iall boats are warned not to leave rmay harbor In bunac. 'if V : .1 ". .
,-I-bhe r pt that peace of the world, so far as the Par these establishments ast do the Perpacola for nearby settlements on ail b- trca--p': 1. :-I' "'*cs ;. :-. 3c;ttce lli service.
treaty was in- ~'st Is concerned. It affords a mun- loading from the wa. houses. Mer- thel sound or river, without permis- uf conveyi- g the infected sego-nY:i.a :-. n-, 1: 1 cara was !I-
re y im-odmwe teal grantee for the protection of' chants whose places business are sljo from the State Heaith Off-'r, is problematical, an ri ,-!nar-y ir';l:: :..tct'e, n ) commuor..'ate wit*h the L.
has been e- Brit ad Japanese tBterests even if locateal within the co oned district an( all persons are warned that reiu- in hund o r be very &:- r>i a als: for the purjo?
mer t e the treaty the two contracting powers are! can sell out their ishable stock etone from this pace to other places safely transporte-y :romT places where' t .f.:,in' a tter :-a.: i 'se.ic", 'a
the time. It is th tened only by a single hostile in a wholesale mann but not by in te state will 1e regarded as a yellow fever 1-ac pr:;ail. t-,;la- ,service having bcii badly
*rp ibHe k of far reaching and It assures the mantain- retail. violation of the quarantine regula- "J.OSEPH Y. PORTER, curtailed by the cuttg off of trails
Uaty wIll be C satua gu ta tihe fr SUt. There wf no on del v-I tio of this State Board of Health., "State Healui Officer of Florida." on account of the quarantine.
.'


and comment about the city, there is
little cause for great alarm. Of
course, those in the qnarantineo! dl1-
trict, especially the b'tsiness houes,
are being greatly Inconvenienced, but
are taking the matter In good spirit,
be'!eving that the fever will shortly
be stamped a it
Fumigation Workr.
The wcrk of fnmigatin; the at.
Jr-aces and bustess places In the qu.g
.atilned district showed much pregrasr
.CT.erday. In fact nearly fRfty pjscg
a.',-a now lbhen f'tflgated under the
-r'e-rvison of Dr. rIAmAbert ago
',; Kennedy, and it Is anticipated' t.t
?.n equal n'imber, If Rot more, .will be
*:,. :a e:* tr4ty. Many plaee a
be,,;. leing Cfvo-etiL aRd the wor h ft
xiat distrlet has so far been vipy
;sfa. tory, all residents iltligty eo
rlyinix with the orders of the lv
cans.


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iron Safes, Cash Resters, Type
writeMrs, G s. Pistols Locks and Us.
brelas repaired.
Lawn Mowers, Scissors, Krtes,
et6. sharpened.
Most complete line keys la the
city.
Tf T Hooton's Messenger service
Swhe in a hurry to sead messages.
It AST INTENOENCIA ST.
PHONE 118.


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GEORGE A. PETTERSON,
Is Bow located at
Coar. Government and BarceloMna t,
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Unknown..........Lot 6.. .... ............ 2 2s 32w
John -M. Quarrie ....NW l of SW%............ 5 2s 82w
Hiram Simmons .....Lots 4 and 5, blk. 7 Van
Kirk's division of 8% of lot
3 .. .. .... .. .... .. 12 2s 31w
Immce Milton......North part lot 3, blk. 15, Van
Kirk's division.. .. .. .....13 2s 31w
Mayo and McCurdy.Lot 1 except 10 lots about 10
acres of Van Kirk's dlv..13 2s 31w
Unknown...........N3W of NB% except 10 acres
to H. Webster, and 85 acres
to Dora Wlillams........18 2s 31w
Rachel b moma......Lot 2 and North 250 feet of
lot 1, blk. 18 of Van Kirk's
dtvisoa ofN%of NW%....19 2 s 31w
N. A. Care=........NER% of BE%.............. 8 s18 31w
B. H. Joseph ........ Bast 12 acre of 8% of S% of
NB 10x12 chains........26 Is 21w
Emma F. Murphy....Weet 6 acres of N% of S% of
NEW, and west 8 acres of
8% of 8% of NE% .. ....26 Is 31w


C. H. Smith ard H.
W. Adams........Lot 15 sub. division of Thos.
English Grant .. .. .. .... 28
Sadie Bolaud.......8% or lots 5, 6, 7, 8, .........30
Unknown..........Lot 2.. .... .. .. .. ..35
Henry Handrop.....B% of S% of SW% of SE'4.38
Etta White, Trustee
also Wm. Lirk ....% undivided Interest in N% 11
Etti White, Trustee,
also Win. Kirk ....14 undivided interest in SEM.11
ILR. A. Bonifay.......8W4.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .....11
C. E. Swan......... Lot 26 E of R. R... .. .... 21
R. W. Swan.........Lot 27 East of R. R .........21
Wm. Ga-r:n..........ot 47 East of R. R............21
John McHenryL.......Lot 23 ........... ..21
Wineor Hunter, also
L& Boley..........5 acres, 3 chains N. of S. line
and 9 chains W. of E. line
in lot 2.. ..........22
Catherine Joes... .-ast % lot 6.. .. .. ........ 24
Antone Josee........West 15 acres of N 20 acres
of lot 1, DB. 20, pg. 155 ....0
T. Baker ............2 acres west of Bowers, East
of R. IL, DB. 13. pg. 378 ... 35
Jim Geralds........10 acres west of Baker, Bast
of R. R., DB. 7, pg. 162...365
L. Boley.............Lot 6 W. of R. R. Videl Grant.35
E A. Seal........... 5% acres in NW Corner West
Public road, DB. 27, pg. 623,
Vidal Grant.. .. .. .. .....35
S. J. Gonzalez.......17 acres East of R. R., North
of Cook, DB. 7, pg. 218.... 36
Unknown............ NW part of Philips Grant
West of Public Road.......50
Gass Rciss..........East 10 acres of West 40 J.
Norigm Grant, DB. 24, pg.
214; Sections 3 and......
Unknown (Est. D. F.
F.an ............All lees 1 acre to Sheppard
Goff, B. 15, pg. 289.. ..... 4
R. L. Bryars.........N% lot 2.... .. .... ...14
Chas. McCredie......N% of SW%4 of NE%..... ..20
Ett. White. Trustee,
also E. Griffea.....' undivided interest In 8E
% ofNW% .. .... .. ..... 21


Etta White, Trustee,
also E. Gritfen....'A undivided Interest Ina %
of SW%..... ..........21


Etta Whte. Trustee,
also E. Griten.....', undivided Interest in E%
of SE% ...... . ... .21


Etta White, Trustee,
also Wa. Kirk..... undivided Interest *In SW
14.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .... 22


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SE4 ........ .. .......22
J. Martin..........Lot 1.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .... 1
hbu Boutwell....... I acre. 3.16 chains square in
NW Cor. of NE% of SE%
South of Ralph Whitman.. 5
J. Melen..........4 acres in SEi-i of SE%, DB.
27, pg. 251.'......... .. 5
H. Fletcher.......Lot 2 Brown's division of NE
I4 of SW%, book 30, pg. 113 5
eo. B. Green. Agt..42 ft East front by 100 ft. N.
of Hudson in SEi4 of NW
34 of NW%, DB. 32. pg. 240 8
ene 0. McGreen....1-5 acre in NW Corner of NW%
of SW%4. DB. 32, pg. 239... 8
m. McCall........3.16 chains square in NWI of
SW%', DB. 32, pg. 281..... 8
and J. Rogers.... 4 acres In SW Corner of NW
'. of SWA DB. 32, pg. 166 8
hn Willis..........S% lot 3 an % lot 4.... 9
hn Willis......... N% lot 5.. ....... .. .... 9
E. Emmons and B.
C. Robinson, alsoA.
A Fisher..........South 23 acres of lot 3......16
ary 1H. K!nc .......NWi, cof NW1.. .. .. .....18
C. Juhnsox ...... .Suth 1 acre of lot 3 and north
1 acre lot 6, West of A. S.
R. R, DB. 29, pg. 555 ...... 32
Walker..........Lot 10 nub division of lot 8, DB.
12. pg. 297.. .. .. .. .. ....32
la Bunt........... 1 acre in NW Cc-. of SW%
of SE%, DB. 27.. .. .. ..32
II. Reaves........80x249 yards in SE Corner
of SW 4 of NE4.. ... ....32
Wa'ker..........4 acres in NW Cor. of lot 5.
DB. 27, pg. 315.. .. .. ..33
wl Bowen........1040 ft. East and West by 208
ft N. and S. in NE Corner
of SW% of SW%........33
3. Cooper.......NW % of SWi4 of NW%...... 1
in Beaumister....North 118 ft of NE% of SE
% of NWj East of R. R.
DB. 21.. .. .. .. ......... 2
Middlesto ........5 acres in SE% of NW%
West of R. IR, less one acre
DB. 16, pg. 437........ .. .. 2
"anderW 1son.... E% of NW'4. N 306 ft. of NS
% of SW1, and S 1014 ft.
Of SE% of SWY%.......... 6
W. Johnson.......NWk4 of SW!4........ .. 8
hn Ripple....... 0 rods by 48 rods in East part
Of NE%4 of SWA14 less 7
acres, DB. 22, pg. C10 .. .10
muand Caestleberry 2 acres hi NE Corner of NE%
of SW% part of Ripple's 48
fby 60 rods............10
son Andrew......5 acres In NE%4 of SW% south
of Catlebe.-ry's, a part of
Ripple's 48 by 60 rods.....10 I
M MiXon.........S% of SW% less 20 acres ..10 1
n Ransom.......4 acres in SW Corner of SE
% of SW%, DB. 27, pg. 295 10 3
Iee McQueen.....210 ft. by 420 ft. In NE Cor-
ner of 8W% of SW%, DB.
30, pg. 243 .. ..... .. .10 1
sc Brown........70 yds. square, 40 rud Bast of
NW Corner of SW4 of SS
%A. DB. 27, pg. U.......... 10 1
known...........116 ft. by 375 ft. tI NW' of
SW 4 of SE%, DB. 20, pg.
279 .... ........ ....1 0 1
B. Stennls.......11 acres in SWi of SE%....10 1
...... .... ......16
s Peblery..........8% of ots 11 and 1 .......24 1
Kanen..........All except 63 acres to M. E.


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Je4d J. -"Oh-.....SM ft C "adaNW% of SEI $ 68
Silas JaefMts... .... NWI 4 .. .... .. .... 11 n
HrF7y N~ ........*2 *Ire In SW% of 8 %, DB.
14, pg. 456.. .. ... ..10 n
Prtee MecQu .....210 ft. by 315 ft.. 275 ft. of"
SW Cor. of SW'/4 of SE.I10 In
Alfred LM I on......I t 10...... .. ....... 11 In
Unknawn (Ga.
M0a Est.)...... S acres of lot 1, East of R. R.
Goozalez Grant, Book 9, pg.
456 .. .. ........ .... ..14 In
Goalez Grant, BZ. p. 573..14 In
aftta WItS Trw6 N9S4 of lot 2, Go'zale Grant..14 In
H. Hattoa........Lot 19 sub div. lo' 6 E oft R.
GOamlez Grant. .. ...14 In
Gean Rica a m..l2% rods square In SWq of
NW DB. 34, pg. 52.. .. ..16 lI
J. W. Wirfte........% cs in NW Cor. of NW
%t of BE%, DB. 29, pg. 86..18 In
Rachel Locke....... 420 fest square in NW Cor. of
lot 7, DB. 31, pg. 66.. .. ... $4 In
Henry Noys........NE% of NE%4.. .. .. ......10 2t
Baker Brown........Lot 1............ ....14 2n
N. C. Jones......... W% of 1NE% and N% of NW
D. J. and Rosetta
Rhodes.......:...N% of NE ...... .......15 n
Unknown..........NW3otSE..%.......2 na
Unknown (Est. J. W.
Creay)............17 acres of lot 2 and East 20
acres lot 6.. .........23 Sn
Mrs. H. B. EvaB ....W% of SWi............4 fin
Unknown (at. Ann
Duke)............... or lot 6............g
Unknown (abt. J. W.
Creary............Lot 1, bik 6, part cc bik
8. al bIks. 11. 12 13,
14, 15, 16, 17. 18. 19, 20, 2z
26, 35, 36, 37, 46, NE Cor.
47, all 48, 4S9. 50, 51, 52, 50L


6 Creary...........Lot 1, blk 6, part efc blk
I 8, all blks. 11, 12 13,
I 14, 15, 16, 17. 18. 19. 2o, 24
I 26, 35, 36, 37, 46, NE Cor.
1 47, all 48, 49, 50, 51, 52, 5q
part 57, all 65, 66. 76, 77 los*
1 let, all 80, 112, 113, 118. 111
129, 130, 132, lots 3, 1, 5 id.
I S% and 3 lots in Nu of i 1 4
L blk. 8% ............... 37 38
W. T. Dick..........Lot 6, blk 9 ............ J 9 4
............ .. .. .. 37 8
L. L. Dominger.....North 70 ft, blk. 47*....... 7
J. E. Hallenbeck... .Lot 8.... .. .. .. .. .. .... I
Herbert Franklin.... 15 chains East and West an,
10 chains North and Sout,
1% commencing In SE Cor. lo
4, DB. 30, pg. 321.. .. .. 6
Mamie Gilgrist......North 46 acres of lot 4 ... 6
Sofronla Albritton... .3.16 chains square in SE Cor
of NW%4 of SE%4 of SW%4
1DB. 32. pg. 413 ....... .. 6
Herbert Franklin... .7% acres in SIE C r of NE'
of SE%, DB. 32, pg. 95 .... 6
Unknown (F. Is. Barl.-
neau Co..........NB% of NE%/.... .. .. ... 4
A. S. Pattlson.......SW% of NE'/ and NW'i o
E . .... . .. .. 5..
R. B. Elrkholtz.....W% of NW%, NW'. of SW'/
and N% of SW% of SW-4. .2
J. L. Mathlas........W% tf W%........ .... 6
W. B. MIletead......W of SW%.. .. .. .. .... 2
Prank MUMl td.......N% of NW% of SWi.....
IL W. 0. Chfart ....S8% of SE% ...... ...... 3
H. W. G. Ohueh.. .N%4 of NI .. .... .....
Christian -Wer.....NW1 of NE-.. .. .. .. ...
C. I. BWOla........N% of NWV............ .
MeMmaa MWll Oo...NW% of NEV and NE'! ol
NW % .. .. .. .. .. .. ....
MoMillan Mill Co....BW% of NWV4...... ..... I
MeM1llan Mill 0C.... 8IC of SEY%. NEI4 of SW'/4
and S 8 of NW%.. .. ..
L. L. Wright........Lots 2, 3, 4, SW% and W% of
S SE%... .. .......... as
Unknown............8E% 3 o W4.. ........
Geo. W. Decker.....N 14.................. 3
J. H. DBo .an........NWA of NE1.. .. .. .. ... 11
M4lchima Syndicate..NW% of SW14.. .. .. ..... 2P
F. T. Martin........90 ft. E. front by 400 feet NEB
Cor. lot 3 N% of Maura
Grant, West of R. R.. ..... I
Dr. W. E. Anderson..Lot 6 N Maura Grant, West
of M R... .. ... .....i
Unknown...........4.66 acres north of South 909
ft., South of 8. C. Oil Mill of
S% of Maura Grant, West of
R.R. .... .. .... .. .. .. .
Kate Taylor........Lot 43 Herman's div. of lots 2
to 6 Palmas Grant, We3t of
R.RL .... .. ... .. ....
L. Boley............All aast of R. R. less 40 acres
to Gouldlng............ .
C. S. Kaaez.........Lota 15. 16, 17, 150 ft. by 200
sub. divlvion lot 6........
Lewis Monatomery..N% lot 1 sub. div. of tot 1,
sub. div. of C. DeVillier s Gt
Usknow.............8% lots 1 and 2 sub div. lot
1. sub div. of C. Devillier's
Grant.. ........ .. .. ..
A. M. McMillan.....N% lot 1, all lot 6 sub div. of
lot 1, sub div of C. Devil-
lier's Grant.......... .. I
Thomas Stevens... .Lot 3, sub div. of lot 1, sub div.
of C. DeVillier's Grant.......
W. A. Blount........North 26 acres lot 3 sub divi-
sion C. Devillier's Grant....
N. W. Defring........ Lots 5 and 8 sub division of
C. Devillier's Grant.. .. ...
Charlie Graham, Agt.10 chains square in NE Cor-
nor lot 1. DB. 32, pg. 152 14
Geo. B. Green.......776 ft. by 660 ft. in NE Cor. lot
1. DB. 32. pg. 225.. .. .....16
Hettle ThompMoe....1 acre in South part lot 6
North of Duffee, DB, 19, pg
744.. .. .. ...... .......17


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Lot {9, blk 11, Old City of Pen.
sacala .............. .
th 33 ft of North 8 ft by 113
ft. tots ST Oad It, ik S, Old
Chy of Pensacola .. .. ...
W % lot 150, bi 18, Old City of
SPesacola.. .. .. .. .. .. ..i
Wast 40 ft lot 146, Old City of'
Penracols .. .. .. .. .. ..
.Jast 30 ft lot S, and W% lot
301. blk 11, Old City of Pen-
t saccia .. .. .. .. .. .. ....
.W% lot 1 b Mk 11, Old City
of Pensacola ..........
.All let 330 blk 21,. Old City of
Fensacola ............
At 395. Old City of Pe~cola.
t 398, Old City of Fammola.
lot ., between Gov. and
*.urcsh starts. Old City ofat
Pnsaeola ...........
Lot 5. blk O, Old City of Pea '
q lea 0 .. ............ .
Bast 37 ft of West 74 ft. ies .
South 6 ft Arpemt lot 47,014
City of Penssola ... .
.toI 3. blk 4, Belmont numbertag
City of Pesaeola .. .. ....28
. Lot 4. blk4, Belmeot sumbeor
ing, City atof Psacola .. .. .28


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[ tract, City of Pensaeola....
Eva Rancher......Lot 20. blk 7, Belmont tract,
f City of Pensacola .. .. .. ..
Mary Rancher..... East 46 ft 0 inches of lots 21L
to 24. blk 7, Belmont tract,.
L City of Pesaeota...........
Mary Arras........est 31 ft 4 inches of East 78
; ft 2 inches lots 21 to 24, blk
7, Belmont Tract, City at
Pensacola.... ..... ...
Unknown
(Est. Geo. Pfetffer)Xlot 17 and N% 18, blk 8, Bel.
acnt tract, City of 'easacola
H. C. McDavid.....,ot 1 bik 10, Balmoat n-
berlns City of Peasacola..3l
Georgia Dup1et... s 1 and 2, bik 17, mDebmnt
Strict, City of PeOsse .. ..
Unknown.......... t 21,1 bk 21, Belmoet a -
*beriag; C y of Peaxo*.la .I.
MM. IM'wey.., ..*.aAt 77 ft acbes loto to S,
bik 27, Behmaot treat City
of Pensacola ..........
Rach Al Fennels... at 77 ft achee lot 2S, k
27. Belmont tract, City of
Peaecola .. .. .. ......,
Ed. Jones, Jr ......bart SO ft of W 47 ft O lashes
lot- 21 to 25, bik So, eimoelt
tract. City of Peasela ..
Ed. Jones, Jr. .... ...W- t 17 ft, 6 tmebs lots 21 to M2
all 2, bik 8., Belmont tract,
City of Pensacola..
Walter Tate,-Sr... .Lot 1i, bik 21. Belmoat aumber-
la,, City of Pessacoia.. ..s
Andrew Preyer..... Lots 19. 29, 21, bg 3, Bebnogt
trcet. City of Pensacola ..
Ed. F. Aarons.... .Lot 1. bik 40, Belmoat taot.
ClHy of Peasueepla.. .. .. .,


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BoSlfay.........I.. t 8 less 8 acres to others,
Burns 4 acres,and BEf H..17 S SOw
Nellie Burns........6 acres in corner lot 8
less 4 sores; DB. 16, p1. 293.17 2s 30W
Elmer Osborn.... South 3 aort of North East
6 acres of k 8 ......... 17 2I 30w
C. A. D'Alemberte.... Starting at pouth West Cor-
net lot 9 ruIning North 645
ft. East 89% ft., South
431 ft., We' 415 ft., South
210 ft. wes 394% ft., to
starting poVtt of lot 9......17 2s 0SOw
Elmer E. Oborn....351 ft. South front by 612 ft.
159 ft. 6 Indbes west of SBE
Corner lot 9. DB. 19, pg. 707 17 Is 20w
B. T. Davls..........Lot 1S less I acres to Board
of Health.. .. .. .. ...... 17 2s SOw
Unknown.......... i4 lot 6 5eluk division of N% .-.3 2s 30w
Manul eBtkbam, aim
SIsa ofay...... Lot 15 B. 23S MeMllan dlvi.
skon of N 41 ares of % lot
4.................... 3 2 0 SOW
T. BD l..............Lot 1 B. 97 McMillan division
of N47 ars of B% lot 4..83 2S 30w
Unknown ............North 47 acres of N% lot 4
less about I1 acres.. .. ..S3 2 S 0w
Unknown ..........Lot 31, Demin I e Grant.. ...84 21 SO
A. J. Bawwel....... 21 t. by 77 ofot 2 outh
J. A. Daw,. 27. p 4.8 2s5 SW
F. I. Eaglebol......North a28 ft. S Mary Jack-
pla... ............51 s SO
I. W. CahrOum.......Lot i1 sub di, lot S Mary
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3 23 Aaron Johnson and
1 14 H. Clayton Allen..7.ots 16 to 19, bk 40, Belmsot',
STract, City of Pesaoa....
il E. L. Purcell.......Lots 23 and 24, blk 40, Bel-
1 28 mount .ract, City o Pemma-,;
'1 c*. .. .. .. ... .
28 M. E. Wright.......Los 217. SS. . bik 44, Belmot
2 1! Tract, CRy of Pen--e- ...
C. L. LeBaron and
1 9. Allen...........% aivided Inteest In lots 11
to 18, blk 48, Belmsnt trUet
City of Pemaook .. ..- ..
2 73 Emma L. Rodgers..Wet 60 ft lots 1 to 4, lk 61,
7 07 BTlmont tract, City ofCPF
7 07 coTa .. .... .. ..
1 11 H. H. Lewis .......Br ft South front by 150 ft
5 42 West of !1 20, bik h W el.
l 11 mont numbering, City Of
94 Pensacola .. .. .. ....
Elizabeth Bryant...South 50 ft of N 100 by 10 ft
S53, W. froat, blk 76, Belmont
Numbering, City of PsMa-
Sola* ** ............. .. 21
4 U Mary Thomas......Lot 4. blk 90, Belmont num-
be"Ing, City of Ppsacola...28
Geo. B. Green, Act .Lots 19 and 20, blk 81, Belmost
4 G tiumbering, City of Pest-
36 as.. .. .... .... .. .. ...2
Richard Prown.....50 ft N froat by 150 ft. 95 ft
Sist of NW eor. bik 82, Bel-
1 09 mont mnmberiag. City of
Pensacola .. .. ...... ...A
22 24 Unknown..........,70 ft N front by 110 ft NZ cor.
'blk 82, Belmont numbering,
1 75 'City of Pensacola .. .. ..28
1 Unknown..........40 ft East front by 100 ft. 110
1 09 ft South of N cor blk 82
Belmont numbering, City of
Pensacola ..........28..
1 31 John D. Robinson..West 75 ft of B 150 ft by 150
ft S front, blk 8, E...oat
1 19 numberingg, City of Pensa-
cola .... .. .. .. ....
L. E. Willis ........West 75 ft 9f East 225 R, by
1 09 150 ft, Soth front, blk L,
1 90 Belmont Numbering., City of
1 90 Pensacola ...... .....42
4 89 Trustees 1.0. of 0. t. Lots 9 and 10, bik 86, Belmont
Numbering ,City of Peso.
1 58 o.. .. *. .. ... .. ...
Pe* aco .*.. .. ...1r
2 41 Mary Seott..........Lot 5, blk. .4, Belmont an-
bering. ytoy of Penscola..19
L. Boley............All fractloaiMk 113, Belmont
2n umberin, City of Pens
eoliX .. .. .. .... .. .. .. 1
Enoch Riardn... .Lot I, blk. 2, City of Peas
9 25 cola.. ............ ...I.
Enoch .lcrtdmn....Lout $ and 6, bik. 2S, City of
92 Pensacola ...... .... .. ....
92 G. B. McGOl..........Iots 25 sad East 15 ft. lot
1 24 268, blk 2., Oty of Peselln 1I
S 4 i AHlt..... .....Lots 19 and 20, 38. City of
Pensacola,.. .. .. ......1
Jas. R. MeO~lI ......ast 66 ft. lotw 13 to 16, U
S, City ON paseft .. ...M
LAwrece*meaet..awt 40 ft. lfta t It bIfo. S,
2 27 City of Pm0 M6la.. ......30
G. iL RoMums......Lot 24. bik M. Cityut PMN
cola.. .. .. ..........Is
2 70 L. Boley...........Lots 1 to 5 "dw4t 22 f bt
". bI 3S6, City of PmsaeWa is
4 U W.J.Normaa........W%lotl2.blk 27, Ofty of
2 27 Pensacola.. .. .. .. .. ...I
S Unlmom.......... 4, binLT. Ctty Of Pa.
satol.. 4 4 .. .. ..0,*
Lewis Goode........Lot 1S, W 41, O0y atPer .
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2143,th A Backache
toU uof Dr.G s Gim i, Y ellow 1
FuSHr E wt. ALso PuRmFIES TRE BLOOD.
SFe ,v, E-rt' ^DOOMR became discouraged. There Is a cre lMr yeu. If
Se has s pent a lifella e curing Just seh cases as rours. All a
I K OTEh PHYSICIAN SAYS HE 1
SNE\ SAW PEOPLE ACT LIKEIealth entirely
T jDO IN PENSACOLA ANDO
'ES THEM SOME VERY ,
SOME ADVICE. I
1 ph Guiteras, the famous yel-i Dr. M. M. Fenner,
I"* .. ",xpnri, who has made a f, 1
We're "at e" w.tth every- l the disease for years, anJ Dear Sir;-My
e dn much towards eradicating ly from overwork
g e sraft ex'ndtbys. l I avana ani Cuba. gave out. t mended to to take
owvelties uad experimemutl .U 0to a Journal reporter ll de t t
taMoes as well as the "sure po I haveusedabo
thibg -i *The iloctor was seen in his hotei l ano am more than
TomS i wa 21 h ardt o before 10 o'clock and was free have gained 20 p
stwHl 1W It hard : too t bs is oPinion on coniio g a i ; h p it 0
lted here Ia Shins, Hats ani ensacola. H has just cne from :ti i ig it.
Clothing, which we have re- w Orleans, where he went upon in I would heartily
elve ia aance of the eaei- tons from his government, b it1 for troubles peculli
II m- wt lme to P'-nsaco'a upon invitaUoi or'* i o ..'
SPorter, the state health officer.
r. Guiteras, in speaking of the 334 WysorSt M
In Pensacola, and what the resi- / & /S | B M
II K'I I MAI11'n1iM~i t should do, said: I f' '
ilf l The"Me principal taing for the people i
II BI Pensacola to do is to stop conure-
St ing on corners and talking. They
.l C. .em O**. A. MWger would go home and clean up .heir:
----- ... ------------- eIses and endeavor to kill the mos- Sold ly IDruTggi 50c. and $1. Get Cook Bo
Ito. I have seen nothing like tiisl
- New Oricans, even where there are the Kidneys-FREE.
rge numbers of cases. In fact i. FOR SALE BY J. E. DUBUISSO
SAY, JACK ,ts never come under my observation FOR SALE BY J. DUBUISSO
here citizens have acted in such a __
Aw Is a you r oth- always look anne:. as they do here.
W s e? "It is the same old story, though,i (Continued fro m Second Page
;, i's I blmg to the no yellow fever. The people are!
P 9 king against those who are in a
Sift ition .to known and in whom -hey
-,lm f would place confidence. It has bee'i
T t e same way in other cities, and 1 Name. Description.
ia g@e she and oly chare ave experienced it before.
o eme d ltr pam month. Why adtl The Greeks. t
> jolt? Jit ring up Phone 75 an* "I saw three Greeks yesterday and1
SMalcolm White your name, o Iso Mr. Abell. who is on East Govern-I cola..................19
=eaeK Re at Jobaen's store ent street Two of these Grekq, IL. Boley............S. 120 ft, lot 1 and of E% lot
heo reside at the corner of Tarra-1 2, blk. 53, City of Pensacola 19
na and Intendencla streets, have un-.Thos. Stephens......S. 75 ft. lot 1 and of E% lot 2.
Soubted cases ot yellow fevet. The; blk. 54, City of Pensacola. 19
Ura nTwoKin& her should have been treated as a CIud. Et
case. I would certainly blk. 56, City of Pensacola..19
a.e treated him as such. Benj. Johnson...... S. 50 ft. lot 3 and of W. 46 ft.
Ao l A to Mr. Abell he has a very po-lot 2, B. 56, City of Pensa-
o s R ... unced ease of the fever. In fact,I cla ,.. 56, City of Pena1
colaoa .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .... 19
is condition is serious. Lizzie Davis.......N. 60 ft. lot 3, and of W% lot
Mos_ I saw two other cases, one of which 2, blk. 56, City of Pensacola 19
found was n ot fever, and the otheWm. Hamilton......West 17 ft. lot 2 and East j3 ft.
Shich I thought was suspicious. Theity of en-
t pr matter was at a boarding house on lot 3, blk 59, City of -
lesslgrass-tCase meats t Intendene-a street, but at prs- sacola...............19
SMother places -at w will have to await develo- Daniels and Crona..N% lot 3 and of W% lot 2., blk.
were y py double price menats before coming to a decision 71, City of Pensacola.. ....19
for what yo get that's It to E r a decision has. 'D'Aubre...... Lots 4, 5, 6, blk. 71, City of
SExpert pion. Pensacola .. .. .. 19
I think the situation is well in. M.Davis.........ot 2, blk. 73, 'City of Pensa-
and. There may be some other! . .".. .col ..a.. 1
S S cases to develop, but if the people of IsaacShepard, Agt. .Its 5 an 6 blk. 73, Cit
She city will carry out the instruc.l .. .... .. .. .... .. .
Happy Mo4gN "j srt those In charge there will be enry Moore, At et 3 l............81,ty of Pensa-
ess cause for uneasiness and spread ry M At bk. 81,
"f the fever. It is probable that the !oa............ .1,
d tave Y the best western ever may not spread extensively, but Josephine Baker.....It 3, blk 88, City of. Pensa-
a sets at rdnlaary pires. Iet hat I wish to impress upon the com-r cola .N 4 ..t ,. o lot 5
s~e1 ld your next Sunday's un-ty is that all should co-operate Lou Bruno ..........N 40 ft lot 6, and of E% lot 5,
ro. P e2t SIunth itose it i chat rge of te work. blk. 89, City of Pensacola..19
Szoe !n chait Toge of tne work. Unknown...........Lots 4 and 5, blk. 97. City of
The Mosuito Pensacola...............19
SThe expert was then asked regard- Ohas. H. Taylor..... Lots 16 and 17. blk. 98, City of -
*. E G at wng the mosquito, and gave out som Pensacola ...............19
Be 17oet formation. which has probably not Jas. Anderson.......Lots 16 and 17, lk. 99, City of
en known. He said: Pensacola.. .. .. .. ...19
The female mosquito, or stegomyia H. G. Carter, also
.WHITEsciata can only convey the fever SamPas,,c........Lot 12, blk. 103, City of Pen-
Ster a period eas sacola ..................19
lapsed. The male mosquito cannot'
Svey it at all.e hqea person qi Mary Gerard........Lot 10, blk. 105, City of Pen-
k Iy ll* l~l ^1 -- Iml. onvey it at all. W here a person is'
t T tacked with the disease another sacola.......... ..19
T L .. would be perfect safe in o- B. Stennis........Lots 11 to 13. blk. 106. City of
irC I~ feA"V TO l (^ l-.froom and being bitten Pensacola...............1
ICKOb lwh.ch had previousi:-.-Otis Smile..........Lot 16, blk. lOf106. City of Pen-
tte 'he low fever patient up to saceia............ .... .19
". Prt4ay Ahtre will be en lve dy There would be no ef Lizzie Salter........Lot 17. blk. 106, City of Pen-
this sfahaten by Mrs. Geor t w er, but we have ascer- saola.................19
saljma, t by examination and careful Morr!is Quigley......Lots 22, 23, 24, blk. 106, City
" that should a mosquito which 'f I'ensacola ............19
M Ms. A~s A. Doey and aonp sttung a person afflicted, heiaJ. C. Springer...... Lots 1 and 2, blk. 107, City of
^IlmBi DSiyr. er, .e today noon fmlng another, after twelve days e"api Pensacola.. ...........19
atty New York for ed, the jater is sure o take the di- Walker A. Mirms....Lots to1 23, blk. 107, City of
S r wf ea~se. IPe.+sacua..............19
'"The people should keep their pren 'Unknown...........Lot 2;. lik. 107, City of Pcn-
etaW veCH Attention. ises clean, screen their honit an't: sa(>!a............ ....19
Write Grew.r-Lotspeleh Mfr radicate the mosquito. That is all Jas. Sharp..........Lot 4. blk. 10S, City of Pen-
Il t--. for the libecal p*' that .s necessary. That is the polio,-I ::ca .......... ......19
they ag making .t Blue we pursued in Havana, and you seo J. D. Wetmore....... A!l blk. 10l9. City of Pensa.ola 19
hswra Itracts for ten the result. Robt. Donald.......Lot ; in lt 9- g t I will probably remain here dnt'l l'n.T'ola.. ...... ..... ..19
i Saturday or Sunday. or possibly long- Unknown...........oI:s 27 .i(nd 28, blk. 132, C;:y
o.. er," concluded D-. Guiteras. of l'ensatola ............ .19
in ITH R LABOR 2 Mrs. Isum Russ. ..... ilk. 133, Ci,. of Pen-
U/AD mI nn I nin 1 II l T C watson & Co. IJt 11. btk 1,36 Ci:y of P!n-
ih A ISsacoia............ ....19
U L *ill Ucola ...... .. .... .... 19


Sa --e Prom MNIN F Unknown...........,s ,21 and 22. blk. 148, City
IlUlit MlGog inaof P,'rsacola.............19
Iftle Aug. 1.-AeUte stmae Georgiara Go)ode .... Lot 17. bIk. S, New City of Pen-
ft m heb a the new Iabor Iaeola ................


'u.-. Mineteen of the larger
plrtiag houses are : Athout .
iampositors tonight as a result o
' frkes inaugurated by h'E T'ypoi.r:
*al Union No. 1I. agaciist ruembc10
+ e Chicago Typv .etae. the pu :
bU to compel the demands I
11s e26 hop aBd an eight hoar dj1
-- .... ..- .
0e9INCE PREVENTS BALO.'.'
'Us Fatal Germ and, Its Re
Now Facts of Science.
. Ia tie rarest tiing in th.- f
a man to be neOessarily
.a whose hair is not dead J .
ae~ d be bald if he will
Herplede. the new
lerpTdcide destroys
et thel hair off at the root
the Ucalp of dandruff
It ia a perfectly healthy
Mr. Manett, in the M
bul Meat., was entirely
OM i l kMonth Herpc.c
O ememA of hair
Aagbe .iA the work by
vab titak hair an
f I' ks be %ad a
suft aM by W. A.

iaMps r6
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ovowiuuuulow uu


FEVER


knownn < Ann
Commyns)........ Lot 17, hbk 13. New City of
Pensa('(a..............
Win. Bint!ey......... Lo 16. i,,k 14. N-w,- ity- of
Jesse Swan ......... IA) C Ilk. 15 N, C Pen-
i y ".........I ;', .i. ... . .. C .... ..
Harry Gj'r .e ........ oD ) 1,-. bik.l .-,. N .v C:.y" of


on Ga' a .. .. .. .
ona W\m. G::..,k(r....1 \' :. i 1, Newv
Wdl mni. N,!- I11......... !,," i., i ik 17, N vl 1 C:vy of
S't:. a . . . . . ..


Unknown i- :-
Fisher) ......... I.S . i:. 1. '-v City of


iam J. A: .:. 'he man wh was .. .. .. .... .. .
a : ,i; ra r da-,.v .'-:;,A winh wha Annie Ra'ail...... :: a 20, 1k 1S, N',w
S : ::-.uIIc''d as being >';;ow fcvc'. C f F :'., .. ...
died ihis mor:nng shortly b;-e 4 Wm. W:1!an9s..... .IAt ,. b:k. 22. N w City of Pew-
'clock. .-.ic a..a ... ... .. ....
Mr. Aibll was seen yesterday b:- Chas. Wri ht........Lo' blk. 2-,' Now City of
r. Guiteras and Dr. Porter, and the' Pensacola ......... .. .. .
rmer, who is cons'i.ered an expert Scott Doug:ass......S. ,,i ft. i-t 2, l 2k. 6, New
yellow fever. stated shortly after- City of Pensacola.. .. ....
ards that it was yellow fever, and Henry King..........S. 150 ft. of E. 24 Lt. it 3. and
t the patient would survive ofly a of W. 32 ft. lot 4, blk. 26,
time. Now City of Pensacola....
Abell was taken sick last Saturday Leslie E. Brooks... .Lots 1 and 2. b!k. 28, New
Sunday, and his attending physi- City of Penascala........
became suspieous and in a few Unknown........... N. 53 ft. lots 1 to 4, blk 43. New
called in other physicians. and City of Pensacola..
a consultation pronounced It M. A. Urch .......... N. 74 ft of S. 74 ft. lots S. 9,
fever. This diagnosis was; 10. blk 44, New City of Pen-
in by Dr. Gulteras yester-(
he examined the patient. 1 (Continued on Fourth FIg<


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health was broken up entire.
, sewing, when I was recom-
Ssome of your Remeiy.
ut 2 of yourlarge size bottles
pleased with the results as I
pounds since I commenced tak-

recommend it to any woman
iar to their sex.
MRS. CORA LANE
ncie, Ind.


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94 Very Special CASSELL PIANOS, $275. Regular price,
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MUTILATLD


I * wen am0mtoo," and the result
Stessonably aertaml. 1res at Missii
I sMppi City, where the presence cf tL
disease was long concealed', all i
F tethe has been or soon will 1
k MamIpe ot. O ft will be ina Natche
Sand In Penalcola.
S The meqnaito theory guaranty
It that M provided the dtovery a
Seam bee pMe and publielty fe
l. ows aImediately upon discover
SThe dlase was permitted to gain a
I alMt umaquerable foothold I
SLoiaiaa, but the story of that stai
need not be and assuredly will not b
p S tmber a trying month In y
p low fe"er epidemics, but the expe
Sease ready gained leabd to the cm
Sictioa that screens will prevent a
eteas a e4 the pmale broad ut
slate of Lo I iaa. Governor Vard
ama and his assistants have a dim
cit battle of Oi ease before them
but they are vry alet aMd the mW
tweaty days will so doubt bring thm
vetory and some degree of relief
T1 wae that ha been done thi
ina pIrs aee of the moaqult
taMMy maIn.-sta that enearly dii
eoery a t ever eases Is a11 that i
ueesed order to take steps that wi
protect a comsmatty. Th earl
ac.tel atof aspects is the sole ste
* to be takeL. The removal of suspect
s act at all aeessary if they aan th
feer mosquitoes are absolutely kep
aeart, Uhtl civillaation copes witb
the task of destroying all mosquito
Go screen must continue la battle
atast the yellow score from th

This method of treatment is Jus
what Peasacola is putting Into effect
The prompt action of the health of


l i cias a reporting the disease ha
e ade it possible to beein the fight fo
o oeatel of ft made the best possible
E M It -m11 d there little
lq but-42 it will be controlled
*w a acmteons here Just as It w in Tampa and Jus
E1h aSptg.. M It is being controlled in the other
T hke have beea pro- places where early discovery ana
yellow m srer, a qu-rantine, prompt treatment have been made.
L O U Mi and all of thei
quaramtiae restrletions are
^ C will ha, eatesoed.
bet ls ae M of RACLVILLE
:40 R fm-so 49-ty of mw I-


L by the health awmorltes Graceville, Aug. 31.-Among the
am*t lster, ad rthe Y. prominaeat visitors in the city this
S t, er, po week were Hon. &. N. Dekle, presi.
0 cNarg I& every way poe- dent First National Bank of Grace-
vile, Maj. W. 0. Butler ano' wife and
ig about the -uarantde, ex- Mr. Oscar Danlels. all of Chipley.
doubts as to the existence Waters & Davis are just having the
_---_ . .fini. fishing work done on two large
ver here. criticising health rick store houses and have broken
-*one of this can accomplish the ground for the erection of anoth-
: but in the direction of dis- er large building of three compart-
Ri deea-. raents to be used for store houses,
dl* etc.
bte to do now is to go to ewi. of ewis & Co. and
dean up the city and stamp Mr. Hogeboom, of The Journal, both
siDease--whether it is yllow of Pensacola, were visitors in the city.
* the stomach ache, makes Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Dekle. Jr., pAd
[ s a m etts a visit to relatives and friends at
Mace so far as the necessity Marianna Wednes-lay.
g d of it is concern, Mr. M. J. Williams, the contractor
the Mrs. thing to do before who has charge of the new brick
rmtine can be raised or be- store houses being built here, has
_., -,^. r....... t .I ., moved his family to the city.


agat lor me recovery o lost
3I a business way can be
Now let us do it.
al has imp!e:: faith in
y of Dr. Po'rtt- An.er-
the other health officials and
under their charge, to con-
eradicate the disease. It be-
ko w what they are donag.
to be done. nd bhow to do it.
Utiemen have, in fact, the
and implicit cot-3dence of
al in the work which they
delag ad they will have the
support of this paper un-
preeent situatUoa is cleared
quarantine can be lifted.
be plenty of time for
the disease has been
out I then. good eiti-
will fo'iow the directions of
oacials and reserve all an-
comment until later.
Age-Herald says:
Ware of the yellow
be worn out by isola.


IThen
ta pbm t
reaatmat,.
a Age-Herald co-
wer" ramasu!tam
44 the seat.
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CLASSICAL SCHOOL

OPINION OF EDUCATORS AS TO
ITS WORK.


Prof. Walter M1'Wr professor of
Greek h Tul,.ne University, after
visiting the classical school, wrote
the following unsolicited opinion to a
friend end colleague:
"The Pensacola Classical School .is
*!oiag a apleadid work for the cause of
southern educatiou. It is established
upon broad principles, It cherishes tl*.
highest ideals of scholarship; it main.
tr.ins a high standard of excellence;
and by the best modern methods and
equlpenat it secures thoroughness of
training comparable with that afforded
by the great attiag schools of the
Classical School i one of the very
best secondary schools of the south."
Dr. Venable. president of the Uni-
versity of North Carolina, writes: "'It
rives -:!c pleasure to testify to the
thoroughness of the preparation )t
the students lho have come from
your school to the university. We
should be glad to have more of tho
iame type."
Dr. Geo. Petrie. professor of Latin
aiud History In the Alabama Polyteeb-
ric Istitute, writes: "I consider the
Pensala Classical School one of the
best I ehools in this aectlom of
the can eoaldemtly eaTorse
the th of its work and the
health. atmosphere that per,,
etV a R!on or cat-.
address.
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UNIVERSITY OF TH4E
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AN ORDINANCE.


s To be entitled: An Ordinance to
e Gramt Riht of Way to the Lew.
h is Bear Company for Spur Tracks
e om a certain portion of Jeffersen
S street.
o Be it Ordained by the Mayor and
Council of the City of Pensacola.
t Section 1. That there is hereby
t granted to th3 Lewis Bear Company,
Sits successors and assigns, the right
to construct, maintain and use a spur
s railroad track diverging from a
r track on Jefferson street, which
e the Gulf Machine Works has
ueretofore been authorized to
construt. (by as ordinance
d passed March 31st, 1904, and approved
t April Gth, 1904, of which the above
r named ordinance is ameadatory) at
a point fifteen feet (15) south of the
south line of Magnolia street, extend-
ing along Jefferson street to and
across Cedar street.
See. 2.1 t is a condition of the
tights and privileges hereby granted,
that the said spar track shall be con-
structed so as not to Interfere, in any
way, or impede the trafe on any part
of said streets, and the said grantee.
SIts successors and assigns, shall at all
times keep that portion of the street
between its rails and for eighteen
(18) inches on either side thereoLf tI
the same good-coadltloa, and repair,
as the City shall keep, or cause to be
kept, the adjacent portions of latd4
streets; and whenever the City shall
pave, grade, or otherwise improve the
portions of the streets adjacent to the
daid track, the said grantee, shall, at
the same tim>, pave, grade, or Im-
prove in like manner the space be-I
tween the rails of said tracks and for
eighteen (18) inches on either sal-e I
thereof.
Sec. 3. That the rights and privi-
lege hereby grmnfed shall be subject
to existing ordinance of the City, and
to such reasonable regulations as the
public safety and convenience may
require, and as the Council may from
time to time prescribe.
Sec. 4. The said track shall not be
used for the storage of cars, and cars
shall not be allowed to stand on sanle
except for such time as may be tea-
senably necessary to load and unload F
the same.
See. 5. That the said track shall
be completed within one year after
the date of the passage of this ordi- 1
rance, and all the rights and privi-
lages hereby granted, unless sooner 7
forfeited, shall continue for the term
of twenty-five (25) years from said I
date.
Sec. 6. That this ordinance shall
take effect immediately upon its pas-
sage and approval.
Passed August 15th, 1905.
Approved August 16th. 1905.
CHAS. H. IUA8,
Attest: Mayor of Pensacola. C
C. E. MEJRITT, Clerk.
18augoaw4w V


BIDS WANTED.


Bids for building a Steel Bridge
across the Perdido lurer by Escambia
County, Florida. and Baldwin County,
Alabama, near Museogee, Florida, will
be received until October let, 1905, sad
will be opened by the Board of County
Oommissioners of eascambla County,
Florida and Baldwin County, Alabama,
at Pensacola, Florida oa October 10th,
1905. Bidders must vtist site, make
all measurements, take semMdings and
submit blue print with bid.
Plans and specifications can be seen
at Pensacola, Florida, !a the ofcea of
A. M. MeMIlltn, Clerk ot the Citreit
oart. Ths right s; reserved to reset
any or all bid. Bids to be addressed
to A. M. Mo~illa., Clerk Board County
COmptlamOaerz, Peaoaeola, Florida.
am shalmd be amsarke, "Proposals for
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8& R. Thamaes..... ots 11 and 13. blk 129, New
City of PasMnoel .... ...
,. M. Dmart.........W-Tt 8 ft. of I. 187 ft. lot 14
ad Wet part of 13, B 130,
S New Otty of Peaacola.. ..
i Jas. agish, r*.....Lot 10. B. 11, New City of
PBaxssOea.. .. .. .. ....
J. M. Thomas.......Lot 6, bik. 138, New City of
Pesaacola............
Josephine Abdelkader Lots 11 to 15, bik. 132, New
City of Pesacola.......
Elizabeth Coaaell....Lot 15, blk. -47, New City of
Peaeacoha..............
Monroe Campbell...Lots 8, 9, 10 and B% lot 7, blk
161, New City of Pensacola.
Unknown........... Lot 13 and W% 12, blk. 151,
New City of Pensacola ....
Kate Wilson........Lot 8. blk. 154. New City of
Pensacola.............
Thoe. C. Wht & Co Lota 18 to 20, blk 187, New
City of Pensacola.. .. ....
Wm. Holder, also
Elis Bonifay......Lot 4, blk 224, New City of
Pensacola...... .. .. ..
R. M. Avery........ .Z of blk 224, New City of
Pensacol .... ....
Carrie P. Avery.... AUl blk 23, New City of Pe.
I ". acola.. .. .. .. .. ......
Georgthna Slith.... ta 19 a"d 0. bik 210, New
City of Pewsacola........
T. J. Virgin, alm
Geo. Weatworth...Lots 7 to 10. blk. 241. New
City of Pensaeola.. .....4
T. C. Wataot & Co.. All blk. 271, New City of Pen-
RA ola. .. .. .. .. .. ....
C. E& McArthur..... .Lots 1, 2, 2, blk. 281, New City
of Pensacola ...........
R. Ward...........Lots 19 and 10. bik 383, New
City of Pensacola......
C. L. 8. Ldge........Lo 14 and 1B, bik. 294, New
City tof Pesaeola ........
D. H. Wilson.........Lots 1 to 18. blk. 119, New
City of Peasacoas.. .. ....
Unknown...........Lots 15 and 1t, blk. 120, New
City of Pefsaeota.. .. .. ..
Ellen Carry......... Lots 1 and 3, blk 825. New
City of Pea a.... ....
L. M. Davi'.......... N. 60 ft. Lof 120 ft. front of
lots 10 to 11 or SWd, New
City Numbering, blk 388,
New City of Penaaoola.. ..19
Jerry Laeafter.......Lots 1 and ,. blk. $49. New
Ctty of Peasacola.......
Isabella Acota......Lot 8. blk. S.6, New City of
Onmola. *. .. .. .. ...
Henrietta Parker....Lot 3, bik. 11. Dallas Tract,
City of tsacola ...


Unknown (BW. Adam
Tftp )...... Lot I. Wk 18. Dallas Tract,
.o City of ensacm .. .. ....
Chas. Colde a, A ..Its 6 and 4, blk. I8, Dallas
TrMet. tCty of PeaMsool....
Stma Hamri.......N 50 ft lot 4. blk 52, Dallas
TractCity tf Pencola ...
Unknown............Lot 5, blk U. Dallas Tract,
City of Penameola........
Unknown...........Lots 2 to 4. btk. 72. Dallas
4 Tract, City of Pensacola....
Unknown...........Lots to 8, blk. 75, D4Uas
. Tract, City of Pensaola....
Depeey D. Gamln..West 92 ft 6 inches of N 28 ft
of lot 7 and of lots 8 to 10,
blk 20. (ty of Pensacola... .28
W.C.Vanell, Agt....Lot 2, blk 22, City of Pensa-
cola .... .... .. ...... 28
Geo B. Green, Ast..Lots 14 to 15, blk 22, City of


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Pensacol&. . . . . .28 2s 30w
Maggie C. Gunn and
H. A. Waters..... Lot 25, blk3,22 City ofPensacola 28 2s 80w
Dia Porter ........ Lot, blk 26. City of Pensaoola 28 s 30w
Ellen W. Walker... Lot 5,blk 25, City of Pensaaeols.28 2s 30w
Great Hines....,....lt 13, blk 8, CityofPean ola 28 2s 30w
Unknown...........Lot 20, blk 31, City PensacolA.28 2S 80w
Leslie E. Brooks ...Lot 21, blk 31, City of Pensa-
cola. . . . . . . .28 2 30w
Unknown.......... lI.t 28, bik 32, City of Pensa.
cola .. . ... .... ....28 25 30
Ballie A. Hall........Lots 21 and 22, blk 88, City of
Pensamola .. .......28 Is 80w
T. H. Nelson.......East 9 ft lots 4 to 10, blk 41,
City of Pensacola .. ... ..28 Is 20w
Minerva Dolphin. ..West 60 ft lots 13 to 17, blk 41,
City of Pensacola .. .. .. ..28 28 30ow
Henry M. Marshall.. Lot 10, b1k 48, Cty of Pensacola. 28 Ss 80w
L. J. Johnson ......East 41 ft by 102 ft of NW%,
blk 56, City of Pensacola ..28 2s 30w
Tony Gibbs........8 60 ft of East -20 ft of B%
lots 21 and 22, blk 56, City of
Pensacola ...... .. .... 2s 30w


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R 1 McCastill,..Lot 18, 14. 15, blk 58, City of
Pensaco' ...... .. .. .28 29
M. F. Floyd........lots 28 a' 1 blk 59, City of
Pensact. ........ .. .28 2s
W. C. Morris.......Lots 21 and 22, blk f0, City of
Pensacola ............ .28 2s
ros. C. Watson & Co.West 60 ft of lots 1 to 4, blk
64, City of Pensacola .. ....28 2s
Those. C. Watson & Co. West 32 ft 6 Inches of 8 65
ft of lots 1 to 4, blk 64, City
of PWenacoa .. ..... ..28 Is
L M. Avery........Lots 6 to 15, and N% 16, blk
83, City of Peasacola .. .. ..28 28
1. D. Gam?(n.......Lots 9 to 11, blk 93, City of
Penaeola ..............28 2s
has. LeBaron .. ..Lots 18. 19. 20, 23, 24, blk 97,
City of Peansacola .... ....28 2s
W. A. Wood........Lots 21 and 12, blk 97, City of
Pensacola .............28 2a
'. C. Watson & Co. Lots 13, 14, 16, bik 106, City of
Pensacola ............ .28 2s
Phos. Phair........Lots 7 to 11, blk 112, City of
Pensacola........ .... .28 2s
Sacola ............ .. ..28 2s
L M. and A. Betts Lots 7 and 8, blk 116, City of
Pensacola .. ...... ... .28 sf
[al Garrison....... Lots 12 to 17, blk 11,. City of
Pensacola ............ .28 2s
. Banks...........West 50 ft of lots 18 to ll and
all of 23, blk 116, City of
Pensacoa .......... ..28 s2
hris Shinahouse. .West 60 ft blk 117, City of Pen-
saeola. ...... ......... 28 2s
awrece Crockett.West 6e ft of 2I ft blk 117,
City of Pentaeia .. .... ..28 I2s
bartey Erewton.. .East 0 ft of % or Set ft
lots 11 to IV, k 117,. City at
Pensacola .... ...... .. 1 2
.. . T)av..........Iots 6, T, 11 a" 12, blk. 19
City of Paem l... ......28 S
M. Davls........tAet 19, blk lUs. Cty of Pm ,a-
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G. SmithL..t.......Lot IA blk 119, cy of p .
cola .. .. .. .. w
Mary A. Stone......Altlk 140, City P2s oaf..28 Mt
fGe. B. Green, Apt.West 180 ft of N and West
120 ft of 8%, 14, City
of #Pensacola .. .. .38 M I* M
I A. Gatmlln........Lotsa to 11 NW% bik .
141. City I. A. Gamlin......W I lots 1 to 5 and 24, bik 148,
148, City of Pensacola .. ..28 2s 3w
Ancrew Haze ......Lot 1, blk 159, City vIf Pensa-
cola ................28 3 aW
J. A. King.........Lot 2, blk 169, City of Penea.
cia .... .... .. .. .....28 -0w
W. H..;cott....... .W%4ots 1 to 12, blk 166, City of
Pen.scola .......... .. .28 2Is ow
F. G. Renshawk......N% blk 18. CityIof Pensacola.28 2s 30w
Mary A. Stone..... All blk 192, Cty f Pensacola..28 2s 30w
G. R. Hamilton.....N% fract blk 211J City of Pet-
saol ... .. . .. .. 8 .. 28 s 0w
G. R. Hamilton ....8%6 bik 211, City df Pensacola.28 Is 30w
Margaret Kelly.... North 140 ft lot blk 2. Don.
*and 19th t, City of
Penseola .. .... ..
1. L. Purcell........15 ft by 176 lf 20 ft by 180
South front ut an 92 ft
from S owr. B. s2, p. 349.
bik 3, Do0. -I19th Arpent,
City of Pen ......
Unknorn ..........Lo It 8 and M% lot bik 45, Don.
and 19th A t, Cty o
Pensacola .. .. ....


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Joseph L. F. Quinta.
Gaurdian........ South 49 ft 4 and
and 19th Ar
Pensacola .. .
S. M. Cross........2 Arpents part
City of Penea
Unknown........... 40 by 125 ft or
SW cor. and
216 ft E of 01l
City of Penma
Unknown
(Est. Lucy Clark)..North 60 ft lots
7, City of Pims
Whitfield Dtpont...Lots 6 and 1. b
Pensacola .. .
C. W. Johnson......Lot 32 and S22 I
lot 33. blk 10,
cola ...... .
Mrs. Mary Kittekely 80 ft N front by
125 ft of lot 1.
11, City of Pens
Richard Morin.... ..Lot 12, blk 13, C
cola.. .. .. ..
D. H. Wilson.......Lot 13. blk 13. C


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cola ...... .... ... .41
1 41 J. K. Ewg...........Lots 2, 3, bk 1 Ity otPea.
sacola .. .. .. ..... ..4t
1 09 Unknown..........Lot 21, blk 16, Cl of Pensa-
cola .. .. ... .. .... ....42
1 09 J. K. Ewing, et ol...Lots 1, 2, 3, blk 18, lty of Pea-
sacola .. . .. .. .. .. .
1 09 J. K. Ewinget al...W 20 ft of lot 2, el 20 ft lot 3,
blk 58, City of 1 cola.. ..42
Nic Nicholas.......Lot 14 and 15, bik 13, City of
Pensacola .. .. .......43
2 35 W. Julian Williams..Lota 1, 2, East 10' lot 8, East
106 ft lot 26, aq of N 18 ft
2 41 lot 25. blk 121,, ty of Pen.
2 J. V.EWnt al sacola .... . .......4
92 J. K. Swing, et at
also Gus Ladlner.Lots 14 and 15, I: 145, City
1 09 of Pensacola .J. .- .. ..
Ida Z. Brown...... Lot 18, blk 145, C of Pensa-
cola .. ...-.. .. ....42
1 09 W. D. Barmy... ...Nor * r.
Bast 5 ft of 1t blk 160,
1 41 City of Pensao. ..... .41
J. K. Ewing, et al....Lots 1 to 5, 21 aaln2, bik 187
1 39 City of Pensacol.. .. 41
J. K. wing, et al..tots 7 to 10 fact, Bast of
I 39 lot D, blk 176,C of.,Pensa.
cola .... .. .. . ...42
1 58 F. B. Lee...........Lot 14, blk 180, Ci of Peans.
ola .. .. .. .. .. 42
3 40 J. K. Ewing, et al..North 95 ft lots 7 '10 and of
W 5 ft lot 6, blb )~, City of
Pensacola .. .. .... ..42
8 66 Chas E. Herman ....Lots I and 2, blk 1, City of
Pensacola .... .. ....42
3 76 C. H. Blss.........Lot in SW Cor. i on 42, D
B. 20, p. 142. C of Pensa&
1 94 .. cola .. .. .. .........4
Mrs. Marencovich....Lots 11 and 12, 98, City
3 76 of Pensacola.. .. .. .... 40
2 93 M. G. Bell.........Lot 6, 60 ft. frot Caro
1 23 Avenue by 40,. to Bayoa,
3 43 City of Pensa .. .40
2 11 Morris Bear, et. al..Lota 1 to 10, 'Water
rFiont, City of :" ola....
2 60 F. I. H ygood......Lot 25, B. 25,. Wat., t, City
of Pensacola.. ....
94 Fred Woodard......West part lots I 9, B. 24,
Water Front, C of Pena
4 01 sacola.. ..... ..
E. T. Davis,.........Part B. 28. 31, 1 B. 23 pg.
8 19 610, Water F City of
Pensjcola.. .. .. ..
7 37 1. S. Saunders......Lots 4 to 6. B. Water
5 42 Front, City of ascola..
Mrs. Mary Kittkelly.30 ft W front, by 1 of N
4 06 125 ft, blk 11. Pensa-
cola .. ..... 2.. .. .4
C. T. Baggett........Lot 9. blk. 1. lot' l1k. 82.
4 36 Woodruff's divi of 6
acres of NW oW.... 56
F. R. Harrison......5.88 chains by chains
4 70 chains between ylan and
Woodruff, lots 1 d 2 ad.
9 02 Joining on South1 In NW .
Sof SW%.. .. .. .. ... g
5 72 Unknown...........Lots 101 and Ei ,, Hoesea
division of SEY4f Wa"
1 58 west of RR... ... .. 5. a
J. G. Handberg.......50 feet E. front bO0 ft. .2
inches south ct l Ofrner
1 54 ofW f 8W .. ..... 5 Sa
Susan McDonald,....50 ft. E. front by ft.. 200
3 23 ft. South of NE' er of
SW% of SWA.. .. .... a
1 24 Lillian B. Gattin......50 ft. E. front by ft.. $00
ft. S. of NB Co, of SW
2 41 ofSW%.. .. .....
J. W. White .........50 ft. R froat by 21 .. 717 ft
1 58 8. of NR Corner i of
SW .. .. .... .. 5... s
1 25 J. L. CampbeOl.......50 ft. E. front by 350 ft.
8. of ND Cor. o W4 1of
4 06 SW .. .. .. .... .
2 41 W. J. Pace.........South 37 t. lota Il, bik.
44, New City of a..
1 24 L. Boley...........All fract. bit. leImot
numbering, iePe .
406 cola.. .. .* ** ..,s a
L. Boley............Lot 2, b11k. .
beriag, Cits d MM..9 2
1 71 J. T. Whiting.........Tat 24 ib 1 %am-.
bteL City UT ,- f
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Embracing the following subjects:
I. I T-ngwe and Literature-A four.
year eorse ladtag to the degree
patheltor f Ata Greek la am
quired, but is ofeTred as an elective
throauest the course.
I. Geseral ciencta Divided int
three courses; 1. Chemical o way";
Mathematical course; Natural History
Omi&. No Greek and only eatrance
latn is requir-d ia these eo.orm. All
four year courses.
Ill. Agrictltpe--Four-year and two.
year courses.
IV. 3Itceearr-Pire-year eourSe
in Mechanical. CITil and Electrical
Engineering. also a two-year course
i Mechmicas. No Latia or Greek le
Itqired is III. or IV. The full ours
uader II., MI. and IV. lead to the de.
green of Bachelor of Science; the short
caifue to a Oertlficate of Proficiency.
V. Pharmsry-A t l two-year course
tn be begun ia September. 1906.
VI. Normal-Three courses for
tachurs A me-ytear eorme leading to
a crtlScat A three-year course lead-
Ing to an L. I. Diploma; A four-year
course leading to the degree of Bache.
lot ato Pedd".
a ammaL epm of asmpetet teach.
er. A high crtriculum--Bxpenses ain.
including board. $120 to $140 per year.
Pail term ps Septamber 2T, 1905
Seat for Catawoie.
ANDREW SDD, President.
Lake City, Florida.


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J. I. OarM..........Lat 17 and 18, blk. 1H. New
cOty of Pemoola.. .. .. ..
A J. Jomes..........LMt 1 and 1. blk. 106. New
ty at Pe1mao... .. ..
UnknOWi.... ......Lot 4. bik. 109, New City of
Pefateela.. .. .. .. .. ..
M. A. Ureb.........Lot I12 bik. I, New Ciy of
Peaacola.. .. .. .. ..
W JA Beomtt........It t and W% 7, blk. 108, New
Oly of Peasels ........
J. M. RU ..........Lots 13 and 14. bl': 108, New
City of Pensacola.. .....
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CITY BOAD OF INJURED VESSEL


HEALTH HELD IS NOW BEING


MEETING


REPAIRED


When Question of Extending Aid Divers Have Stopped Leak of the


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It will give lots of pleasaure r t
and ene trlo r tol aor Special to The Journal. he has it under control in New Or- thoro h female regulator known to "
hot evneaml. W he Roberts. Aug. 31.-Mr. Sweat Is at leans. medialscience. It cures the condition the
bet eWe Owl te home again. "With all this alarmiag-detail of the whiah causes so much discomfort and Jon
TALK-'-PHONE Mrs. Mamie Boyt and Mrs. Henry situation, there it still silver linings rob menstruation of its terrors. t
Crawford are visiting their parents In the whole, whIch can hardly be ex- Mis Irene Crosby, of 313 Charlto
which produces the clearest here. plained. In New Orleans the death Street East Savanah, G, writes: Mi'
sound of any machine on the Mr. and Mrs. Jnmes Conner are re- rate is as low as in any ordinary sea- isL d iaI towor. Itetas ,itd
market, and can be made to jc'icing over a fine son. son of the year. In Patterson, out of great beofit to m, curing m of t rrelr ton
play fast or slow. The health of this community was 130 cases only two deaths had occur- and painful mintruadon when everything T
SCHOOL BOOKS AND never better than at present, red--one a young lady who died of else bad failed, sad I g odly ncomamd it to ;r.ti
SUPPLIES. Mr. Breedlove and family enjoyed fright; another, a nurse, who might othr Maoriwvi.p" p'c
a trip to the navy yard recently, have died of anything else. Women who are troubled with pail-
Mr. Solon Tate has moved into the "This remarkable absence of fatali ful or irregular meantrnation, back-
Wheat house. ties is not an exception but a ru!e ache, bloating (or flatulence), leucor-
COES K STORE M. William Murphy has moved everywhere. rha, falling. inflammation or ulcers- F
COE BOOK STORE back to his place. "How are we to account for this? that "bearingo feeling, dizz re
213 S. Pda. StS HAVE "Many intelligent persons (and I ae.s, falatness., In0, nervous mer
2W35O O Pato. S S ON HV SE coincide with them) entertainn strong p traction or the blues, should take ev
2ne CURED THE AGENCY FOR ONE OF doubt of its being the real article. t to ward off the ser- f
'THE L RGEST EXCLUSIVE TAI. may be a new thing imported from sus nequeaces, and be restored to less
LORING HOUSES IN THE EAST, the islands or Central America. Yet, perfect heal and strength by taking nan
AND ARE NOW PREPARED TO yellow fever experts tell us it is the Lydia ,. Pinkham's Vegetable Com- unie
IF YOU WANT YOUR W#MCOWS TAKE YOUR ORDER FOR THAT genuine yellow feverpo. nte o M-u
ANiO OOR SC NSf.D IN A FALL SUIT. CALL IN AND EXAM. "Who knows? But we, who nave haL ,s .,frfreead- fusel
HURRY, TELEPHONE F. M. WIL INE THEIR ELEGANT LINE OF seen previous epidemics here refuse viae. Tbo unda rave bef eure by rem
UAMS S, ON mlwe, SAMPLES. 26aug7t. to be frightened." sodoing. D'A


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Friends and Patrons:


ken tlhe Wholesale Agency to Destitute Persons In Dis- Soperga, and Work is Now
trict Was Discussed. Being Done
A meeting of the City Board of The Italian steamer Soperga which
Health was held yesterday afternoon, arrive., here several days since, is
there being present the mayor, Dr, now being repaired at her achorage
AO Pierpoet, Messrs. Riley and Mc- across the bay, divers having at last
FO IGaughey. been able to make a complete and
It was reported that there are a thorough examination of the injuries
number of destitute persons inside to the hull.
the quarantined district but after con- The fSoperga did not go aground at
sultation it was decided that the Gulfport, as was stated, but from
mayor shall pass on requests for aid. Ship Island, and the damage to the
SIn the help to be granted the State hull was done at that place.
_____________-____-___ Health Officer will be asked to aid in The divers have ascertained that
the name of the state. a number of plates have been injured,
A house to house inspection has, but these can be repaired here and
been oralered and Dr. iPb-rpont report-o without removing the cargo. Several
ed that he had divided the city into: rivets are also missing, and one of
fourteen dlstrtcts and that to-day the the tanks is badly damaged. For sev-
BR SnuH umber of inspectors will be doubled eral days the divers were unable tol
and a thorough cleaning up given examine the leak, owing to the dark
CE where needed. These inspectors and cloudy weather that was prevail-
will also report all cases of sickness ing.
and the name of the physician attend- The vessel is not leaking at present.
ing the same. and she will probably be ready to
ordered screened.
B R W E D B Y The windows in the city hall were proceed to sea in a day or two.
St was stated that the city has about Terrible plagues, those Itching, pes-
80 miles of streets and, that they are tering diseases of the skin. Put an
in a very good sanitary condition. end to misery. Doan's Ointment
RiI A BREW INU O "Now good digestion waits on appecures. At ay drug store
tite, and health on both." WM. JOHNSON & SON'S GREAT
If it doesn't try Burdock Blood Bit- CLEARANCE SALE OF SHOES,
I ters. CLOTHING GENTS' FURNISHINGS,
ETC., BEGINS FRIDAY, 8EPTEM.
NTROPLACEO1-N-THE BER 1t. S THEIR FULL PAGE
COUNTY JAIL YESTERDAY AD. IN THIS PAPER.
Martin Ellis, the negro who waa Just Received.
shot Wednesday by A. F. Warren, and A full carload of extra fine horses
who was taken to St. Anthony's hos- and mules; can be seen at our stables.
5T LUS pttal for treatment, was-placed In the W. R. Taylor, 209 E. Gard-n street.
county jail yesterday, having recov. WM. JOHNSON A SON'S GREAT
ered sufficiently to be removed.
The wound is not dangerous, and
in jail, instead of keeping him in tne

Oi iL No need to fear sudden attacks of PASSR
J cholera infantum, dysentery, diarrho. -2
summer complaint of any sort if you IMPROVED PA.SCNGER SERVICE
have Dr. Powler's Extract of W!l4 IMPROVED PA,%ENGER SERVICE
[NO A ^ A ^ I Strawberry ln the medicine chest BETWEEN NEW ORLEANS
NSA COLA F&A To The Public. AND HAVANA.
The Pons Barber Shop on East Gov-
ernment street is outside the quaran- The 'Southern .Pacific Company has
tine district', and the patrons of this recently been successful in chart'-ring
barber shop will continue to receive the British passenger and express
the best of atteftimn which can be steamer "Prince Arthur" from the
had in the adt!-. DomJnlon Atlantic Railway Company
h d of Nova Scotia.
_______- _____ M. JOHNN A "N'S GREAT The "Prin Arthur" Is a very corn-

I Wh YourAptlte I ST. ANDREWSJ
sad th TC. NG, BEGI~ENS 'AY URNSHI equippedmodth accommodations for
SLRlte t S EETHEIa' R FULL PAGEaccommodatione for 36 sevond-class
w m Come to R t EE THEIR FULL PAGE passengers and 24 steerage passen-
Ie- toAD.. IN THIS PAPOR. gers.
the Old Retmbe The ship has w!de and deck cover-
Special to The Journal. OUISA NS ed gangways, excellent smoking room
St. Andrews, Aug. 30.-Mr. Adam LO ANIANS with buffet and an attractive music!
N ck sLewis, of Pensacola, is a guest of the aroom.f
Kelice house party this week. NO I ALUARMED It has been necessary for fIi1e
SThe unoccupied dtote building on Southern Pacific Company to incip:,Itel
Chased from Mr. J. R. Thompson by New Orleans and Havana on account
Mr. Drummond. has been sold to Mr. PERSONAL LETTER FROM ONE of the heavy tourist business to Cuba.
R esta uran t, T J. Gwaltney ?nd is to be moved on WHO DE$eSCRMBES CONDITIONS
his lot on the Bay front and converted WHO D R CONDITIONS
AN of bt si into a blacksmith shop which Mr. AND PUBLIC SENTIMENT
1111h alteimla Gwaltney expects to hare in good PA NFUL PERIOD
running order by September 15, and THERE. P AIN UL PEilR w-
will be prepared to do all sorts of ---
AM klds of Fih Soft iShell iron and repair work on boats, etc. AMERIAI WOMEN FI BELIEF
C b, Wesr M a M Mr. and Mrs. John Garner, of near The following is an extract from a AEB OE R ELIEFI
Crabs, WMeat- Econfina, are in town this week, the letter received yesterday by B. S. Ber- The Case of MksL hone Crosby Is One
REGULAR IN ERVEDDAILYguests of relatives. nard, from his father who resides of ThousandsofCure Made by Lydia
GU R ERVEDDAILY Mr. James Baker, formerly of this Assumption Parish, which is locate-d I Plakilam'Vegetabe Compound.
25 CENTS place but for several years in the em- near New Orleans.
~.... ~.. .ploy of the government in Tallahas. The tone of the letter most certain- How many women realize that men-
P bL A see, Is visiting his parents for a short-ly indicates that the people of LDonisia- struation is the balance wheel of a 0
bat8j while. na are not at all frightened and are woman's life, and while no woman is
Rev. Dr. Hammitt, the presiding taking an optimistic view of the situa*r entirely free from periodical suffering in
U0b io elder of the M. E. church of this tion, notwithstanding the fact that itis not the plan of nature that womei Ta
place, will be in town on Thursday they are in the thickest part of it. The should suffer so severely. Tu
and' will fill the M. E. pulpit that letter Is as follows: bel
night. "Asmumpton, Aug. 27, 1995.-Your I
B ot tlweeer. Miss Bessie Calhoun. of Marianna, inquiry of fever situation here is soon
who is a general favorite here, came answered. The New Orleans dailies Mr
km n00 L down on Tuesday to spend a few give precise information from all a
days. She is at present at the Keater points. I had counted on you giving h
Sold ewerywbe house occasional leisure moments to their ed
Mr. Robt. Baker, Jr., is at home for perusal. However, it is natural that Mr
S A Fried.. a a short visit after an absence of you should prefer private information. 1 F
-l meUrran about a year in Pensacola. "In the present state of affairs, the i Mr
5 Mr. H. C. Witherill and family left air is filled with Innumerable reports r WU
r lesale ge* on Saturday last via Bayhead and from all quarters. One report is sup-
I Chipley for Wisconsin. Mr, Bradley, plemented by a thousand different con-
'-Le "-"t- Wines of North Bay,'1s occupying his home structions--flction rUles the imagina- aS
W in hi absence, tion of all, and it is unwise to accept an
81u Uquors 'as true any report Until official inves- lor
LMME Diphtheria, sore throat, croup. In- tigatlon and publication is made. lo
P HONE 17E, stant relief, permanent cure. Dr. "Almost every southern parish is ofi
0S1 SOYUH PALAP-OX ST* Thomas' Eclectric Oil. At any drug now invaded by the fever. r o
"C store. "Two days ago it was discovered at Mu1 i
" -______________________ Bayou Boeuf, which is the dividing, to
line between Assumption and St. Mary $T
u IY A TpMG arishes. Refugees from Patterson rec
'A K I NG R B R InOf course it will eventually spreal ever,havefoundrelieffromallmonthly bei
MA@ INE, _________.__.in every nsok and corner of all the _nu fmiabytaki rLydiar l.sakham's Mi
S ... lower section. Doctor White thinks Ve4etbIa sud, amit Is the most Ha


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W. A. DALEMBERTE,
Druggist and Apothecary,
121 S. Palafox Street, Pensacola, Fla.


BLUFF SPRINGS


Special to The Journal.
Bluff Springs, Aug. 11.-The body
the negro man who- was drowned
Escambia river Sunday while in
thing was found' by Mr. 9am Joiner
lesday morning. After an inquest
Ing held he w4s buried on the bank
the river.
Mr. Jackson Filllngim and wife anJ
r. Dan Fillingim, all of Molino, lia.,
me up Friday and visited relatives
re until Sunday when they return-
home.
Mr. Sam Brewton and daughter,
s. Fannie Morgan, of MoDavid,
i., visited the families of Mr. and
's. N. J. Brewton and Mr. and Mrs.
Iley Davis last Sunday.
r. J. W. Crary and' Mr. Blanchard
ilth, of Brent, 'la., visited relatives
i friends here Sunday.
Misses Etta, Bessie and Kate Tay-
, and Mr. Wilk Taylor are guests
their sister, Mrs. Will Douglass.
Miss Ella McCurdy. who has been
ending some time with her friend,
s Hattie Pritchett, has returned
her bome in Century, Pla.
'here were 4uite a crowd of young
nle fro-n here attended church at
ntury Monday evening, among them
ng Mis-cs Etta and ees* Taylor,
iss Flornre Fillingim and Miss
ttle Pritxchett.
Ve are sorry to state that Frank,
oldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Will
e.s, is very sick at his bhle a Ot
Smiles from here.
Irs. Dan MeDavid and .tughter,
is ,rinni., of McDavid. Fla, vi9-
I her daughter, Mrs. 0. R. Stan-
. Mo.!,nda3.
himre sar.- some very nfle erops of
ton a.iun1 bere and the cotton
kers ar3 very busy just now.
Pirating F7;ey'a Homey and Tar
Nley & ACo. Chleago, .lgtSated
nP:' and Tar as a throat and lung
.edy. And on acconnt of the greit
it sad penularity of F lay's Hon.
and Tar many u h*attq we f-
Cd for the geiufle. Thmre worth-
* imitatlons have similar pouadIag
ves. Beware of them. T'h gem-
6 Folr 's l e and r W lIa In
lw ackage. Aak for It -4a r.
e any substitatw fthb b 1t et
edy for cou ptd ed .LVW. A
lemberte, DniSWt gi aAlb@tNy-
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New


Piano House


We can save you money al
you It fou desire a first-la Pum
New Pianos from P$ 00 to $M00.
Be sure to me the Baby Pleae-
smallest regular Piano made for y
and old alike, $100 to 7ITS.
It will pay you to call or write -,


TUNING A SPECIALTY.
PHONE 478.


CLUTTER &


12 L Govermmt Stw.
PENSACOLA, * PL.0



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To the Citizens of New Orleans:
In conformity with the urgent request of the Marine Hospital sur-
geon in command, sad on behalf of the volunteer ward orgaalsatlkm,
your repre ntatilve, I earnestly recommend a general, fauigaio4a 1
houses, stores, ofce'buildings, factories, an, arevv hrbo:o"-.f; plae, of
the mosquito on Saturday, Aug. 2e, so generally adopted as a half holr-
day, and on Sunday, the 27th, in the case of those who find chat a m=m
convenient day.
Your attention Is called to the directions issued by Dr. J. H. Whit,
indorsed by Dr. John Guiteras.
Free sulphur will be furnished from this office to those unable to
buy it. This sulphur will be delivered to the ward organlzatloms o0
a requisition signed by the president or chairman, and the. ocEMr
are urged to send for their supplies as tEo. as possible, and to advs4
tise the placu of its distribution. Respectfully,
BEVEREUY WARNER, General S:i'*rIntendeaL


We oarry a full line of sulphur Man


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PERSIAN INMCOT POWDER for killN
mosqultO9. Also a full lInn of Ileai-


feotents.


I


To the General Public: -
As the public has shown a commendable desir* to #a
mosquito, which is the only means by which yellow b r to
cated to persons', and as I have received numerous reIaM 4 l
sources to appoint a general fumliathim day, I herevwth --
urday. Aug. 26, and Sunday, Aug. 21, frn the hours of 1 & S
Realizing that if the mosquito is to be destroyed the work *
nation must be well done, we have formulated the following
for the guidance of the PUBLIC:
1. Remove all ornaments of metal, such st brass, ,eE,
and I!t from the room that is the be fumigated. AI objects at 5
nature which can not be removed can be protected by COv UI g
object tightly with paper, or with a thin coating of v tast eS

with a brush.
2. Itemove from the room to be fumigated all fabric material saw
thoroughly shaking. Open all draws and doors of furnIture and "R
3. The room should be closed and made as tight as possible b
stopping all openings, in chimney, Boor, walls, keyholes sad craeksM W
windows and doors.
4. Crevices can be closed by pasting strips of paper (old SOWNS
pers) over them with a paste made of flour.
5. After the toom has been prepared roll sulphur or flowers of M&
phur should be burned In the room, one pound to every 580 cubic flt
of air space, or about six pounds to an ordinary room.
6. The sulphur should be' placed is an Iron pot, fiat skillet pr4"
red, and this placed on bricks in a tub or other convenient water M
ceptacle with about one Inch of water in the bottom. This is a
caution which must be taken to guard against accidents, as the sulW=
is liable to boil over and set Are to the house.
7. The sulphur is readily Ignited by sprinkling alcohol Ovr It aIM
lighting it.
8. The apartment should be kept closed for two hour, sad the.
opened up and well ventilated.
Note-To find the cubic contents of the room, multiply the length of
the room by the width, and this total by the height, and to Sad the
amount of sulphur necessary to fumigate the room divide the cule
contents by 50';, and the result will be the amount of sulphur required
in pounds.
Take, for example, a room 15 feet long, 10 feet wide and 10 tfot
high, we would multiply 15x10x10, equals 1500 cubic feet. uivlde tbis
by 500 and you will have the amount of sulphur required, vis: 3 poubd4
J. H. WHITI, Surgeon P. H. and M. H. S.
A. L. METZ, M. D..
Professor of Chemistry and Medical Jurisprudence, Medical Depart-
ment, Tulane University of Louisiana.
I entirely concur in the above recommendation.
JUAN GUITERAS,
President of the Board of Infectious Diseases, Havana, Cuba.
Those who prefer to use pyrethrum (insect powder) in place ot
sulphur can do so by burning one pound of pyretbrum to every 1009
cubic feet of air space.
The powder should be put in a shallow pan, spriahlel with a few
drops of alcohol and ignited, or a redhot coal may be placed in the
center of the powder.
The same precautions in the sealing of the room to be fumigate4
should be observed as in the burning of sulphur.
Great care should be exercised to sweep the room after the fuUlgr
tion, ard the mosquitoes swept up should be thrown into a fire.


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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, FRIDAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 1, 1905
---Man


if y v a m nt~ sw al s eot as itt e roi ras hour ticx an iort vate
the roaspectof bevoun, a mother, take courage d
61M tbs ftat: Motberr Friend i s --,want for vou, and by its
owe.r" ay pma through that gzmriour, r.-. aTvr( Ir. 11.. 1 Pis
.dkb iw right *,ith so more dist ozmfnrthan' tha'j cxeri :ed b
~wh.by~mtm.em poib~y more adapted !or tOie ru;'t of nac,*.btrhcood.
I IOTNER'8 FRIEND
U is a t of pi eve ment, and its gret worth c~n be no
b~r aw=aed 10 &a- '.)vthe cnw!xtess siog ar-d he2'
* WIres Whe thrc ah its kindlv offilces have eriteled -J 7
uwo" halmdic5appd bi any defortnutv of weaker.
-ab&k mua% lisiperment a pp. e Pr


MEYER'S


ODD AND END SALE!

IS FAST DRAWING TO A CLOSE, SO YOU WANT
TO HUSTLE IF YOU WISH TO REAP THE BEN.
eFITao
5 Ladles' Strap Sandals, all styles, now................... $2.27
fM Ladles' Strap Sandals, all styles. now....................$1.96
".0 Ladies' Tan Oxfords, all styles, now .................2.8
.J Ladies' Tan or Black Oxfords, all styles. ncw..............$1.96
oM Edwin Clapp Oxfords. Tan or Black, nowv ........ $4.ib
MO Men's Oxfords, all styles,................................$3.96
048 Men's Oxfords, all styles, now ..........................3.19
.i0 Men's Oxfords, all styles, now ..... ................. $2.89
Meises', Children's and Boys' Footwear in sp-ie proportirn, as our
ntre stock of Odds and Ends and Broken Lots Murt be Sold, so hurry
along and get your share of the plums.


MEYER SHOE CO.,


32 soei Pdra Sx SLt.


Feet Furnishers Gor Folks.


lEW METHOD LAUNDRY,


2,000


FEET


HIGH


I


Tne most delightful of all


Summer Resorts.


MT. AIRY, GA.,


is two thousand


feet above sea level, with clear, cool at.
mosphere, pure water, and no mosqul-
toes.


THE MONTERAY


can accamodate over one hundred more


guests at very reasonable rates.
and we will take care of you.


Come


HOTEL


C. GRESHAM, Manager.


AT,. AIRY. GA.


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PEOPLE AND EVENTS


(u~n, i'ieartandi Done Amona fim 3--W4ho .673, corne
ZtI-1- Tarry.-W Aomen and Society, Hler-- ani Eswzr


JUS'


KEEP ON KEEPING' ON-


If the (day looks kinder gloomy,
An' your chances kinder s'lim;
If trp ie s ua':on's puzz'lih'.
An' the p;,o-:,2:s aw, ;: grim,
An' ptr* ) ':i '; s ','. ', l lrE n"
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Wi'hen :it:.a '' r' ''r \ ic


friend: "We a rc fnowA aiung t
mount gains and aic J)) li te cc,
lays an.,- igt'ves h Wi' \e hav
I1 f re in our ro)ni i'ii~anti 1-
jiig tof; ike a'va~v hV..\ c
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I f I _ -,
i tr;. .' -, y ,r tooth. WM. JOHNSON & SON HAVE SE
S An e. ..... CURZD THE AGENCY FOR ONE O-
; -New OrI.an *:r (cra,. THE LARGEST EXCLUSIVE TAI
S L T LORING HOUSES IN THE EAST
DRY SALT SHAKERS. AND ARE NOW PREPARED TD
A "ih-il t ." :'!:in.: 'ot thp Miami, TAKE YOUR ORDER FOR THAT
Mr'roV. >a *: "I \an to 2:'e! FALL SUIT. CALL IN AND EXAM-
\.'ry laly l n Mia::' ;. :(i~ir. who INE THEIR ELEGANT LINE Of-
has.1, h Ir< r- ',i v si \-t tinw 1 SAMPLES. -taug7t.
(ennp 3' i1 ;'If .:''f1 t'ih e shakers-
and I prsil:,. 2, :' a: have--an.
that is *o '; a cian-Over DErTH OF MRS.J. E.
each s't, a -1 "e,, tic )' we Wf'
ri,-ais. The salt will kcep dry. Try
it T ABERCROMBIE

PARTY OF FRIENDS TelMH-rams from Rled Sulphur
SURPRISED MISS SMITH. Pprins. Va., annmnicing the dea:,i
SMks Nora Daniels an'l Miss MazP'e Thuriday morning of Mrs. Sallie Carv
SMay Kearny. cnlu.;l' .i a surprise 'Ablerronibie. w:fe of Mr. J. E. Ah, r--
for F-i.s Edna Sn'i'h Mnnday night crimncii- of this city. wr' rocl'at.i
.xhich provdl a mrry e''. esterta ringing a sad shock ti til1
SOhers in the party wcr.' Misses 'intrnr-ahl-' friend s of that iovh.,
E!,Jise and Edona Erickson,. Ma- Mai! \v.o;nan and her family.
Armstronar.t M:ss E,'a Zerr. M!ss Ella} No pari'iculars had been receiveI
Wales. Miss Imnuie Pfeiffcr. Mis' last evening hut it is lbelievod that
NiCarry Cramer. Miss De'la MI'chel. 'he gentle lady must ha\e i.s<>c
Miss Holll Daniels, MIss Rona away suddenly as slip wa:; feon
Parties. Misses Anna and Jolh hai much improved when she Ieft a few
Christonhereon. Miss B",le .lohnso.I. v.,cpks a2o and friends have lben
Miss Seal Haron. M'i s Florenc. under the imp)resslon that she was
Katie and Iaui Graham. Miss Inga i rofiiing l)y lth change.
Torkelspn, Miss !asy W-'eh. Miss Mrs. Abrcromniic wvn. accomnpaniel
Ethel Iynh. MI. .oss D;" > t, ,, Virginia by her chi'd-eni. '1-
% Miss Selina milth. tMisses ,orr.en Car3, Miss Iaxila and Master Ricnarl,
and Katie Bobe. Miss Florentine Mr. Abercromble being detained at
I I!offman; home by business. She was Mis.,
Also Mr. Ieon Griffin. Mr. Hugh Sallie Cary, of Mobile, the el"t--.;'
i ati n. Mr. Jim Scholis, Messrs. hi, of Prof. Ca"r of that cit., si t'r
;Charlie an6' Jim Boe. Mr. Jack Dan-i f Mr. Richarda M. Cary of this cii.\,
iils. Mr. Thomas Erichson, Messrs. aso of Mrs. Henry "10l of Mobile
.,iJohn and Ora Mitchell. Messrs and of Miss Cary apd Miss Mttie
Fordham and Ruby Varnarse. Mcssrs. Cary who are now .A White Sulphur
4Willie and John Bell. Mr. Fritz Hoff- Springs, N. C.
man, Mr. Jim Kearney Mr. Char' Mr. Abercromb.e was on the ba:.
liE\ Armstrone, Mr. Haynes. Mr. when the sad message arrived and
'George Pfleffer, Mr. Carl Zerr. Mr. when he returned it was too late to
Frank Barne-'. Mr. Hugh Bobe. Mr. *, jje on the noon train Imt, if t!he
Rtlph lDavis; p-resent regulations do not prev cut
And. Mr. and Mrs. H A. Smith, Mrs. will leave to-day for Vitrinila.
cPerg(ion, Mrs. Kearney, Mr. and The entire family have'- the pr,)-
Mrs. Fred Durant. found sympathy of the cannunnity.
Mr. W. S Keyser has turned "Oak-
fleld," the old .Junge Campbell place,
over to Mr. A. F. Warren and family All Facial
who will spend the auiumn there. Facial
# r2"lin


I Mr. an,1 Mrs. S:mpson Reese are
fitting n)p Mr. rorg(- Wright's place<
Tiorn h of the city and will occupy it itn
a few days.
' Mrs. C. K. Wel!tr and children and
7 Mrs. A. I1. Wt ;tr lave to-lay for;
Saluda, N. C., to :-pond the autumn.
! Mr. P. D. Henderson leaves to-!
:dav to visit Mrs. J. D. Ilotlman in
SCantonn.tnt.
Rev. Dr. Whalcy. rector of Christ
church has r' ut' no as a pi''ar of'
s:,rn'-,"! ', i lo e:n'iv friends who at'(
S(- ap'p:: :hi hazls wi;h a fervor that
i'o .- 'nO -,r'.'e ita lt he'd b'eon round,
:e "lti :')or a v'-ar or two instead
. on" 'o Suwauee. TIenn., for a few

Mr. Wa ke'r An-Irs in antd family
'ont t o Ifa: ) aN' ,;t I.i" Wt IEdne Isday
>-n\ iI.-- aiA:l a-(< -,,,x ini, t e eow -
,age TMr-. C 1. I: -1icii vacated
when s! u We-f' P ,' .2 '" ek.
Mr. anl Mrs .' A Availn' an,! babv
.flt TlT'irs',La p.r',, 1I,t' Flirence, S
C ., to vis." r' .a' :
Yo mav no! dil-conver a man who
o'w>'s voi,. ha" \tiu ucan fiid him out.-
Tampa Trii'mue.
Nn-,.tir i- ,. o' felloA's sure to
f.nl' you in.
*4
Mr. an M,. ,,' 'R .nau and
h' i' -: ': a.. :io n to
V p,'- Ai- K .'ry i ':1 an? 'l S 1
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a r . :. . t '

: "he 'a. V' 't

Mrs. I. 7;a''ary 'of' yeslerdas
t ~ s p '. >' "', *'.*I-"' T :;: It.. f'oun!ry.


o YMr. a..' Mrs .irris Bear and Miss
fHida lzt >e-teray for Cincinnati
anLd othcr nor: i.erly points.
Mr. and Mrs. R. Q. Owsley who
.-..-... went north several weeks ago, are,
YOU WANT YOUR WINDOWS HURRY, TELEPHONE F. M. WIL. now in Pineville, Bell county Ken-i
S OORS & CM NED IN / .IAMS, 802, ONE RING. tucky, and August 28 write to a-


BLLEMISlH


Removed


In One


Week. l

BEAU JIOLVA
THE PERFECT BEAUTIFIER.
Be-au'iitri I. the' only lharrnie-s relta
!,a: fmpl- I.; ent1' V *iit're ALI.
tst'c,1 1*r.'tc".trace of care iwoarry. til
tt--oa ndj 'p -tiiro'. Aft" a ew '-'lft
i -n f! ,a a t,'(a. 1t--a t i v-4 yi Or, TIa'ris
ti t a is lko' a t fh- ro', ith- lc
no! a wri c k te, ti r oma-m'~ -'tflt ltl't. Bo tt
otn a;-" 1)trr 'tr icylbM' I tl Fr.t~to'"ciicy
C(wni.' utitand '. 'l tP aa ,~ it


FRt[#'K1.F-. RIACrKHEAIIS, i'IMPLK-4,
WRI 'h .Kl-*4. t 4AR'i so 4 Poi,(x Pl
TI No iant d&,I l~lFl, diC IN' .1 t
71 'N.Price -.11 cents. kV'SRY BOX
LI A RAN TIE t.1)
For sale by leading. drtnrgrIrit3-)r sent
tClro'ett o
E. R. BERRY CHEMICAL CO.,
Dept. St. Louis.
Ff'ueitioa l-o'ok niade,! fr'- upon re cuie'


IA MEAL TICKETi


FOR 21


MID-DAY LUNCHES.


ralepmone No 6s9.


I BEULAH I


Special to The Journal.
I; 'ulh, Aug. 31.-Cloudy and rain
('"--rFa;l. so we could not have seen
I,.' '..lipse if we had have gotten up
n,':r'" eol ih, which wv d'it not n'o.
', w have- to wait for the next one,
: vnr h( n'e.
T' he hay crop will bf abundant in'
his l',caritv this s.i-a-on. hut it wnil
t,,ea to '-:I p railing n soon or a good
; r: of i; will be spoiii-.d before it :s
(,:I Mr. A. J. W1H li cu.. for Win.
I'< t ,ol'',2t l one da', last week and the
\';.lIli(erL boin, -gold a' the time he
",sti have saved in groqd shape.
:' i' tie only tone wve have heard of
'o lhoz'n er utin-.
Mr. Mal,-,ne la'. l'tizht a new mow-
or and hay rake this season. which
ini;akes five or .'six ni owrs the McCor-
niic'lk ha< sol in this .s4,- element, so
w: h b";*,'r t;Io :ls 1i:>" ding the WOIrK
"' hali'. i \'i i i i pusl,'d when the
7i,7ht i'rd of wo ,-';i coilnes.
M r[. V'n. S ,'-',, s 3 r< t'rived li .
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MILLINERY GOODS
MISS ROSA L. RAINES
will return to Pensacola again. She is now In the
great Eastern markets selecting %ecrything new and
up-to-date in the millinery line. We can assure our
thousands of customers that when the sea son ope
here you will find The Big Store ready with the finest
and most complete line of ready-to-wear and Frec
shaped hats ever on display in this city before. Wat
for Miss Raines. She will be here soon with evry-
thing new and up-to-date in the millinery line.


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MESSENGERS, DAY AND NIGHT


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Mr. C 1;jr'., jl'on. ri y!of Baidwin
\tw Xaliaina., pt-n! a fe.w days'*
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Kandy KitLnen Cafe,
140 S. Palafox. Phone 999


:'-EEL r':P.i',DIN DOOM.

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r:.v. d fr ,,.. ':...a.-: Fo'.- 's K < l'ti
Cire. Ir l c;ure incipent Brih.,
,',; i.'; ",. .- [ < ve!,1 in 11"? w ofrst clsll
gc ve; c'. .. or: an.d relief. Slizh- dis-
ordh-r are c-,re.1 in a few days. "I
ha d&aie --s in its worst form," write-
.a".on b,-e of Dunreath, LTd. "I
ir.e'l eight phs!r-ians with r."'ief. On!y
t'h'i-e b-,tr'o-' of Folt-y's Kidney Cur.
,ta le n. aP. wel man." W. A.
D'Al.-,mbcite, Druggist and Apothe
I cairy.


A HANDSOME

DRESSER
of Golden Oak, highly polished, with fine, beveled n 4r-
ror, will prove an ornament in any home. Ours are ma4d
in the best possible manner by skilled mechamca, a d
will last a life time.
$10.00 to $25.00.
Fine Ine of Window Shades, 50c to $1.50, put up.

MARSTON & QUINA,
108,110 S. Palafox St. Phone 148. Pensacola, Fla.
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IF WS HAVE IT, IT IS THE BEST.


GREEN TURTLE SOUP
One Quart Tins, 85c.
SOMETHING FINE MADE BY THE FRANCO-AMERICAN POF
COMPANY.
PRESERVES OF ALL KINDS.
ASSORTED FRUIT AND LIMEB IN MARAACHINO.


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RS EM


FOR SALE.
4-room house on La Rua street,
lot 35x120 feet, rents $7.00.... $ 650
11 houses, all new, renting for
$47.60 per month. property well
located and good rented s.... $40
s-room horse on East B.lmont
street, a nice home........$. 1400
4. Moases on corner "A" and De
SOto. rents for $19 per month,
large lot, room for another
bouse .........................$200
FOR RENT.
75 N. Baylen street........... 40.00
304 N. Spring street.......... 25.00
21 West Romana street........ 17.50
314 E. Strong street............ 17.50
Dwelling near Stoddard's...... 1250
315b% South Palafox, upstairs,
suitable for club or offices.
705 S. Palatox street.
MONEY.
At the lowest market rntes on im-
proved or vacant city property.

FiAer Real Estate Agency


Phone 87.


206 South Palafox.


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For S04009


DON'T BECOME

ALARMED

So much as to sacrifice your property.
We will be here to look after our cli-
ents and customer3. Should you
want to sell any piece of property I
quick, let us know. If the price IS
right we can get you an immediate
purchaser.
WE ARE OFFERING


An elegant little cottage nicely fitted
up with bath an:l as, del!ghtfflly sit-
uated, good size lot. just the place for
a couple or small family. These kind
are rare.......... ...... 2000
FOR RENT
4 room cottage northern part of city
(away from stegomyias.) Fine we'ld
of water.... .... .... ..$7.50
MONEY TO LOAN ON PROPERTY.

FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE AGTS.


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WirD ..'-To rest or bary V WANTv dD-ON-UNION JOB COM_ POR SALE.-Nice new cottage (4
Sthn i rt5 POrIts, ewhite,to work In (hi- roomsland all ) between Palaf1
o fPeMMMM, with Is 'to S ... W ompbgmmt 1. and Baylen st.-eets on Jordan St.,
36 WW Of5 a4 lad IsOa.w *asi. W teftm 1. W9 ." p e Wee6- near Saunders II: easy terms. Ap- r
-WOW 114o, Bolts,_Fla. l5oL.Uw, hourJi Plsest workruomaL None uly tc'J. W. West a. Saunders Kill. DOYOU
,mb-~ -'---I Igo@et I eo tntwort y men need ap-; m$10,000
horse at avte. Apl toI J. IY. f et .l_ Omer reqalred; give MOR SALE.-Old papers only 10 cents ht t.
SIM MU~S, 6 Id. L "hm ,st 'orph "* etc. OWLAd&dres B 29, per hundred. Good for wrapping
ow na SiwA care rad A Tha" it paper and to put under matting. AU1 MO j T
&_A4--- cleana and nice. Journal otce. bate .
mater. Win vralshlag 7r d Do you value your health? If so, Flw.
g**Aa. n pi Mg a spe- use our pure Blend of Coffee "Dewey"
dm phase 349. aug rI aI -4pr gt piano almost and chly. New Orleans Grocery womr
-wigh.A.e -- ---- - .cas. Cw"o- McHugh, Prop. aug 30 k.Pt
Sm100v d- sa d Addres C, 1. 0. .Box 36. j W ve been with you In Pensaco- _- ,
ps~ -.g n.l.t.ea 1n a 1874. and still intend to stay O.-
r M Wte No. 11 N. R AIootun euippe th and serveyou with the best
,ang. ----7-- wit 4 otm H. PGa ine@Sd Prower ket prices. New Orleana Grocery MONT
A TAM% W. Creamy will resume Coi. fnse. In perfect o der. $50. Co.. Jas. McHugh, Prop. aug20 trte Ia
a fotr the Winosa mills hwiery. King & Runyan. 27aug. .. .WGINSE... --g.oo pte wl
O -_j et- .e--,.-a f ,a t. or GROW QINSENG. Large proelta.
o -.S-S. ,a 4. ,. rood PO ft SAIA-Stcre and 7 room house. Room in your garden. .oots for sale.
M1ry 3ed postal card and she w Lt S 0; city water. Titles per- Write today for litermure. Buckine MONST
- samples-,or phone 147. feet; $3200.00 also 10 acres of land bam's Glaseng Garden, Zanesile, 0. aseal
and small bouae at Brnt's Statio. J. laugSmos. Terms a
m.Appy "l &N. Andreu. C.N.TPcts3ox1.ras$O
D.-Position as grocery ler, Andrew 7 N. Palao FOR SA&-Beautiful block in New 28% Sou
yars experience. Apply 111 LCity. Tr N.31. F Ca .
S -av ctr 2y. lglwv FOR SAI.--My residence on East Apply to A. M. McMillan. Court HousI UIMn
WMill either aIncluding whole block lau asI
WASTRU-You to know that youaca of twenty lots 4tx1371-2 fleet each or 0O TO TURTON lor all s& s la" jelal r
t', e seaes old am as 9 Ift~quarat, blek- ef Gve lots. Apply at C a6ta ita~t and aom edim ie
y Mesp. P ofce. Thiesei Building for furtb- e a----, Bo msaka ba k M& O.


$525.00


will buy two lots on Bayou Texar on
the high hill overlooking the bay. Tats
Is a bargain.
FOR RENT
21- E. Intendenr!a, G rooms .... 14.00
,f16 E. Strong, 7 rooms ....... 12.50
GUI N. 'h Av1 5 o".... .... 12.00
LI: 'T KNOW V,'., P I'UPERIY,
YOU IIAV TO <:' '. I CAN

RENTS COLLECTED.
MON.Y LJANED.


TO LOAN.
We have about Five Thoemsand Dollars to loam Ina amaot at ia W
Hundred Dollars and up, at 7 and 8 per cent Interest.
FOR SALE
$600-One-story dwelling on corner lot on East Hill, rests at $8 year.
$850-Comfortable cotage on West Main street. desirable locality wift
large. lot.
$1200--Twenty acres of land withe one-story cottage at Breat's Rta
tione.
$6000--Destrable piece of property with lot 80x100 feet near Parlae
rfr"'t. r~ntiuii at $SOD a -e.i" if sc'>! at ouce.
$2260-Large one-story dwelling on North Hayne street.
$2400-Two-story dwelling on Wright street, excellent neighborhood
$3750-Two-story dwelling on North Hill if sold at once.
$750-Thrtee very desirable building lots on East HIL, excellent nelgh-


1-- i borhood.
S$ 25-Desirable lot on East 111. 69x110 feet, If sold at once.
iLES I" E. BDRmOO I Other desirable building lots or. Bast HUi ranging from $160 up, ow
LESJLIE E. BROOKSdI I o to locatio
204'/2 S. Palafox, Fisher Building Special Advertisement
1 One of the prettiest building lots on desirable cornerr oa North
Board and RoomS. I Hill, with Southern exposure, 187 feet by 150 feet. must
be sold at once ..........................................$4000.0e
TO RENT-Two desirable rooms ona u A u
car line; furnished or unfurnished.i nos W atson & Co
Very cheap. Apply at 509 E. Wright;i v(T "rwr ,m ,h -
et p a 29aug1 LEADING SEAL ESTATE, RENTAL AND INSURANCE AOENT,
amP r1alass01amd a..rfat as-,


WANTED.--A few boarders in private i
SBRO N & Co family, convenient to railroad shops'
OaR W 1' & o and on street car line; large rooms%
with privilege of use of baths and tel-
00 Thelsen Bld'g phone. Address D. C. B., care Jour.
hal. 24auglm
VE SELL LOTS" BOARDERS WANTED.-By day, week
,,, _or month. Dining room just re-open.
ed. Table good and terms reasonable.
Ofn y to Loan. Mrs. Dora Donaldso 1, 226 N. Alcanis.
24aug.2w
SWANT to borrow money in FOR RENT-Nicely furn'.sied rooms,
ta from $500.00 up? We have electric light phone and bath. Large
0 to loaa at 7 and 8 per cent. front room, with bay window. 10 N.
Thos. C. Watson & Co. Saug Palafox, Phone 65, 2 rings. 2.ugla*
TO LAN..-O. 6 r PARTES who want to rest olea
mrfy, or .-S, teams or anything *Lee for &.nt
wre a tstVS matter, will fnd The Journal Wa*t
benafimL at Ads great help.
UMAW a m.- -* -A A--


WAOA14as mw Msan
cc ---ona ,pet. *payable
aft 3nA.Wh ,u3 W.
OW UO4om vbulm


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WANUM uas afkids o er-
ptfpwtYon sdor" msoti
no. L.W. Dullart, uputalr
vth Palaftx St.. Phcn* 1144
L'Dam"O~tat sof 5i-i1*" on
rat" fa Sam a 8,bu
lbe m~ Leu s Oak.


MAY z OUTw.M-Open auus at.A"a".
Barop-a- plas. Rooms ight at
dean. Tmrasent trade soUeted, KT6
*79 South Pao. Joe. & Neolam,


Professioal Dre 10ry.

DR. I G. BUCKNER,


EYE,
Office


SPECIALIST
EAR NOSE AND THROAT.
Office ?'t/ a. Palafox St.
Hours: 9 to 12 and 3 to B.


PATTILLO CAMPBBLL,
Attamrney'ateLaw
Room 405 Thlmmn Building.


S 5 t .-.e ,'. o er p ar. c. w. a erman.w .. aSEe o a years a Sh '. P aW.,.. C.W. P BLEYaP
em Ma dt Coffeew amy be I. IteA 6 2I.uglm I-N- w", o9 ,o uw m s. THOS. &PE LEY,
loft eagt be equaled. New Orlea s 402 S& PALAPOX ST. LAW, REAL ESTATE, LOANS AND
eary J. ia. Ili Prop. I FOR SALE OR RENT.-Iew 7-room WALL TINTS by experts; results ~gg To WSA ON DMOND% COLLECTIONS-
house at Oulidiag; large yard, guaranteed. Fairchild and Ree, Pone Watches Cha, M sad all ad PALAFOX AND ROidANA.
s,- d,,._ --.,- e tress, near railroad, fifty feet 4M8 lulyIse gM.asom s ity at l mm e PHONE 559.
WATW,.-T 1 i1 to ,s that well and oathomue A good bargain. ,R A .. p te rest-. fials I amaene
i Flae"S. New Oreas rOres -Co., -22 w you ng males, sound and in goo toan I amounts t J. P. ,STOKES
,r w.. Xcuh, -Prop. aug2o .t...totion.Alsoonea108, I horse Sfe- 7 an P
JFOR sA --.oda fountain stock of baker. S. Garfel0,000 $600. and up at 7and Attomey C ..elloratLaw
WANT. partner v $ fet er sa cigar, d aOR oa Choi ce pCgerc lbterest. Thb C. W a 10 East Government treot
or $10,00.00 to buy half latemt ,inS..... ...... ..lUok otop & Co, Sag
go",ayingm Erchaldisebusn nP. an ale str-P Can be had at bar- agte rig e ast of the e Genlwl Law Pecm
g location for hard wood ill; have gain if purchased at Apply ES- railway, between 7th and 8th streets
90acres of good timber lands Ad- cam-bia Realty Co. 15aug Nature has favored this section ad it I. GEORGE DOUVILLE,
-, 3J. F. Flournoy, Westville Fia.: FOR SALB-Good paying grocery, cannot be duplcated. A. V. Clibb& ow ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.
t SfW* I cheap rt store, living rooms in FOR ooAL3-Az a inert af BtarreA HNOROES AND MULES. oom MoD Thiesn id. Pha 734
'5elW S WANT)D at No. 17 West connection. Store doing good cash *to, stock Mad ace.OM Ca l at HORSME AND MPIli5-Turton &
S ALIaaf Strset. city. eaw tusine ". Household furniture also' 18.140 Intendeada. Jau McMUian will leave In a few days
W~r..-'The Mebast o s ecns ofsor sa e FOR 8ALB CHEAP-My thrUe-year chase a car load of Tennessee horses
Co weat your movlag sad M2tl-lt eSty Ons O es. Tle- old Berkshire herd toar, Duke of and mules, which will be on sale on DENTISTS.
re e T. 11. T011 phone 1. llulw* Florida, No. 68,923. Also some 2 ne September 7. Walt for the arrival Fisher Building, 204!/ South Palafox
ak wh re mle sr al *WOR S oaL BR ,--sB k at f btock e2,1 young pigs. 1 six-monthsold boar, aU of this stock. 29 aug Street.
O wa eveyby to W t at 4 t oa 1 re by regisnstd er arl Set PIANO TUlING. PHONE 625.
an olesear e lands. taileaerorland & -anyVaota -nBayR1sw ;calsoa tlI worked at this 1 4 years I n Mobile, -
MWattSe old stand. New Orleans haltfblck2z, 400 FOR SALE--KIll the serms of fever- Aia. I will satisfy you in price an' DR JNOo AiTILLER,
L81M co JI. ]Me Prop. r fe. t on 14th St.. by 1', % feet on Bay. oraer a bAirrel of slack lime to-.day. quality of work. J. Conrad Scott, 214
4 10View Prk. The onl p ro ertyPart 'in. Phone 367. 4uglm East Gregory St., Pensacola. oentit.,
L et l ea your tans, re- Fale. The beautiful view down the CHICKEN WBT pma 29augem Room 8, Brent Building. Phone, 86.
rrI W (Faao., do your wiring. etc. bayou and down the bay can never be Makes fowls especil Iy well favored. MISS DILLA McKINLAY will re-open
;,' _- -.- -Ml wtric Co., obstracted. A. V. Clabba. aOy T cheapest food to be toead. S her private school Monday, Septem-
V. M mAM a Ba0lALr-1 i,-w ^ err Mellon & Co.. Phone 14. leetber 4, at her residence, 50S E. Wright L. P. PMiLLP!, M.D
P "Miw U el, i'.1 8 ba fl,-'-P"- letS I St All grades from 1st to 8th inclu- HOMEOPATHIST.
Sd trastr l on car lie For S lSmln I zIVP taught. Terms very reasonable. Offce at No. 7% S. Palatox, Blount
OM1 1M16 96 mldf 2 :!qire of St andazdeVob L FOR M R DMT 29auglt* Building.
3Lt A & 11 ET 2. Iew 6 r .cott a .. 2it Old newspapers are good for many Olnce Hour-8:310 to 11 a. and
r-e -eklI FIR RENT.--New 6 room cottage with thin. You can get lots of them 2 to 5 P. m,
C--O- SadeaapM OR 1 A -Second-hand cash rewis bath, on Phot Hill car line. Apply cheapby calling at this office. Residence, 10 North Palafox. Phone
-- eiaro 1s T sM Canal tter In permtet condition. Will i9!l at once. Phone 285. lseptlw* 65--two rings. Office Phone 6L.
3ig vM a aps p.cash or or time. A roal bargain. Can TREGrULAs I MAIL LINZ- God coavo Sundays-Subtf"t to call.
4 ha4o* pictures-ofe be seen at Ja. MCl -h' z2mc house near car line on Little eBayou. sce travel ple Daly se
SAT y run our months. GoodPhillip Hannah, Little Bayou. A ycreh J. o uge, Chpley to ay-
SoS_ St Journal Co_ as new. Finest bargain in second- 80auglw l na. r Ja.46GRIST AND CORN MEAL MILLe
S.e aan0 OM hand machine ever offered. See Dr FOR RNT-12 room house, corner EAL TAT. M. R. GONYALEZ & "0., Props
.. .....ed.MO SacksOffPhillips. Room 4. 7,% Pslat L aug. mP
_M id tt p 2auglmllI Hayne and Wright streets. Apply REAL BSTATE In all parts of city. Manasctur
F.I. Mesa & O. 2aasrehil FOR SALE OR RENT-New modern W S. Garfield. 27aug. Tea buy the ground and we wlU CHOICE MEAL AND PURE GROUND
g -. ne ar.._ou e two-story residence, good neighhor- : A.abuild your holse on long time pay. &TOCK FEED.
UWIAM wants Four oltl- hood Eat'Hlll near cars. A. C Bint FOR RINT.-Small farm I block ou'- menIs P. RWle WImon Ca Buy your meal and stock feed from a
ig.n 8nseoesresaley. Thiesen biding. Sauglwe, side city limits on county hard ING--B. D od the home manufacturer, encouraging
-nPh Ue --road, with six room house; wind mill; tinhome industry, contribute to home
UR]NITUa, H. e FOR SALEM--Upright Kimball Planov water pipes in yard and all through Gent's clothing eleane, Plesed and labor, and leave your money in yonr
bewl h Artius. Jewelry y --s* for sale cheap. Apply 1304 W. Gov. house. Rent reasonable. Apply W. iGoveroment stnotle. Noa. 114 lcity
OMW AtC&g b -- We per eM. ernment BL 4auglm* M. McClellan, at First National Bank. West oIda
tIL. A Mre P. O BR City0 FOR SALE.--C-btn launch 44 ft. long Pensacola. 26auglm .. .. --
1`ieej 10 fL beam. 24 inrl:e ,'-augh. O -R RENT-3 rooms at 400 W. Gar- FOR ONE DOLLAR AND FIFTY GIVE YOUR HAULING TO
Sj IAL aaiaS is ar' speed 8 miles hour; S Ii. P. Earber d(n St. 13auglw ENTS' per e, we ul o ti
I-StJstliaD.Es"WU seat 40 pas-....set ... :.. K R.NT-L ne House, corner 1 136 Bast Intendencla. Herring MeilcUa JL RIU l VU
Wg*ii & taken at once. W. A. bmith, 238 W. Hayne and Belmont st-eets. AAply l t--- Thor. B. Tho--en, Prop.
--" Government St 15auglm r". S. Garfield. 12jul AKER. HAULING OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
S--OR RENT-New five-room cottage j. H. PELOR sallmaker, 716 South
,.P WANITED FOR SAL_.-I am Florida State Agent on car line, corner 1:.th street andl .palao tr Orders taken for SPECIAL ATTENTION G'VEN TC
.for Fire and Burglar Proof Safes and Ith avenue. Inquire at Turto.'s Phct. tents. awaings,Up stools and hout, BAGGAGE DAY OR NIG'HT.
WMM .-S-x girls, apply 7:00 a. aulk Fixtures of a:1 descriptions l. 1:juy cs. ttc.S Prlo reasonable. Ja ---E
$" a. t& gRnt at Star Laandry manatactured by Alpine S an c_ ." -- .. PHONE 978.
Lock Company o! Clacinnati, Ohio. FOR RENT.-Residence lately o.- -- P. O. COX. x .
I Communicate with me for prices and. cupied by Dr. W. S. Hall, No. 111 W. i
W._-, a r St at oc for terms before buying elsewhere Scar., LaRua st-eet. Apply to R. M. C-'- I Stray-
husework Apply 318 West.'ltt Moreno, Pensaoola, Ula. 43 Palafox street. 7ue LET US FURNISH
I e *an 2j B. FOR RENT-Twenty-room bouse, cor. STRATED.-Black mare with barb-
l lP itent aperse may eara .1 ner Barracks and Zarralossa street wire scar on front shoulder. Suit- YOUR
*me. eamt- e aw- Suitable for boarding house. Apply able reward for return to Lee Daniall.
m;asm anvemtg; xpera to Mrs. M. J. Moreno. 216 East Zarr. 30a3u. IC E C REAM
BTertes r r t culars. goass. Ztr t
.- ALOST.-A Crescent Beyele, some- froUnd ING UP
P0am l r.a 0-- -R


FOUND.-One black ox branded J. H.,
marked with a crop and split and ui-
der bit in one ear and over square in
other. Owner can obtain same by ap-
plying to C. P. Gonzale, Bohemia, #la
25auglm* I


S-and receive reward. W. D. Sears.1
O;t Stas agg ni glar Pls "e
I -t teme ewIaertr IPWT.-BMil prp; I blUe and 1 black
Wrte -ge for txrm. eye; clipped ears and tail; 2 mootbh
! tag l W. S> ( ReWad nItf ro to m $"u a
Aggk .i street. uaugut*


F. M. WILLIAMS, 4
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
Otffice. Brosnaham building, next I
to Pensac3la Business College. 9
Prompt attention always gt en I
to buslaeas. Pnmsaccla. a.


km's I $ Fiatwy
PHONE Ne. 1104.
Corner Zarrageesa and Tarragona StL.
CREAM DELIVERED IN ANY
QUANTITY.


BANK ADVERTISEMENTS.

No 5603.
H. L. COVINGTON, President M. E. CLARK, Cashier.
C. W. LAMAR, Vice-President. JNO. PFEIFFER. Asct. Cashier.

THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK
OF PENSACOLA, PLA.
DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES
Capital Stook, $200,000 Surplme, 840,000

HHery 7 Covlngta 8. J. bsthe.
J. M. Ptelfftr. A. M. Avery,
Bryan Dunwody, W.. i-a, Jr.,
Trank Tflyl W. L. Cawtbea.
W. s. Ro sMO c. A. O'Neal,
T. F. MoGouora. Dr. W. J. Haamak,
F. y Bra wue, MrKenuieete tl& [
i C. W. LsmM, Alex Meowin,
J. I. Saunder. C. M. Covrbj [
Accounts of Bank% Individuals. CorporatOdlIM, and FIrM 8*oll(41.
Four per cent, lNtrest paid on Time Depoeta.

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WM. H. KNOWLBS, Prmesmt.
THOSE. W. BRENT, ASt. CLasUr.


W. K HYi. JL, V..Prma and ON&
W. N. ROBNRTaL As*. Cashie.


FIRST I

NATIONAL BANK,



Mtlkzl ORS F C Brent W, A. Blount, Wn. H Knowhrf
V. K. Hyca, Jr, D. G. .Brena

rmmI ma maESTMS E IE ISIAT AI IIM


We draw our own Miles f E
change en reat rtoala, Irelad,
ormnany, Franoe% Austrl.4 aely
Holland, Spain, ipglum, Rumla,
Norway, Swede., De .-- and
ether European e0,trro*.


Ves0sels0 dbere* s p Wn the It
Favorable TeTrne. nd he OW
-tPOOM taken Payable at Pon ef
eUnation Ten Days After Ve
eel Arrives tfher


Safety Depoit B For Rent, in C connection with which we
have a Private Department for the use of Renter

Savinga Dopftment.-laterPt PiNd oan OeW
posits &t Ifte of 4 pwr *ost per Annffm.






A JENIMAL EKING BUSINESS STRANSACTED
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TIHEI PEOPLES BANK OF PENSACOLA,
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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 1, 19 09


-""'' WEEKLY REVIEW


T VyUES


1 iCLOTOING
The e place In Pensacola
So whih they may go with the
pjittlo aurance of a
DO.LARAS WORTH
VoI A OuLLAR. Is

nieLiEUAfL,
Werfe ts more than twenty-
ave years the system of supply-
ag the needs of men an d boys
ja wearing apparel on an honest
Waratec basis has won the
proval and iven perfect at-
geit1on to many thousands.
Our fall Clothing, Shees and
tas will be up to the highest
ofl-ard 0a perfectim.


JohnIm White
O, der %, ,mnd Dy,
S 205207 S Paduo. |
FY 225.



|FRIDAY


Real


- We are prepared to take all

e ht re a l estate that is on the


tor Past weeL ....-.-- -- -. 0 -."
Chattanooga, Tenn, Aug. : 31.--T.Age market.
cap:ahlizatioI, i the it:rl.;ng feature
.of new indu-tries e-;ahbli-hed in the
southern states during the week end-
ing yesterday, shown ir. the accom
paying hlst Luthoriz: I man. For irisance, in studying the
list there ar- seen a pipe line com-
pany in Mis-win with three million
'dollars catral; a manufacturing anw
developing company in New Orleans
capitalized at one million dollars; amR alt
textile company in North Carolina
with a million dollars capital; wate,-
worlks in Pensacola, Fla.. with capital ,
of $70,000;a d op Phone 1052. Fisher Building.
lof $70,000; a development company W I
in Texas with $500.00u; pipe works and
foundry in Virginia with $500,000; a -'
coal mining company in West Vxrgi- $10,000 concrete stone company. n ii
Dda wk.h $500.000; an oil refinery inI Galveston- $500,00 development
Georgia capitalized at $300,000, and company.
so on down the list, with a large num-1 Hollis-$6 300 cotton gin.
ber of new industries represefftin- Wharton-$50,000 oil and cotton
over $100,000 in their organization, company.
The week's report speaks volumes for 1 Whitney-Electric light plant. Arroyo, Br ss e >lough, 2.""1, f
the progress of the south, especially I Llano-$16,000 lumber company. K h 4 3o0 tons phohate 'o
as it ie a mid-summer exhibit of the Dallas-$50,00 wharf and terminal Cbirian King, Br sp. Carter. 221t,;
never-flagging spirit of this section. company. !for Delagoa Bay, and Can e To(wn wnih
The Tradesman's list for the week. El Paso-$50,000 medicine factory. 4 -00 s ft. saw' timber, 1,949,o0 s
which Includes the more important San Antonio-$50,000 mining com- f, lumber.sawn timber, 1,94,00
new industries established, is as ful- pany.
lows: Virgialnia.


Alabama.
Bessemer--10,000 stove and foun-
Ixcuision dry company.
Horse Creek-Loan and Investment
T h TUQ company.
THE TUG Troy-450,000 gas company.
O C Hrmingham--Coal mining com-
ONARCH Pany; fuel and steel company.
Arkansas.
i m the tfonwlg schedule, Little Rock--$00.CO0 land company.
Paragould--10.000 machine shop.
FRIDAY AFTERNOOP in.ac-hine" shop
FTER OOgiE)udora-H4,a l:ng factory; cotton
l (anidon-$'10. 0o lumber company.
ALvoe City for Life-Saving Station, CjnWaf-li,i'A:ware company
4:6-. i Florida.
S Leave Lifte-vntg Station to City. Pensacola-$7:,0.0.00 water works.
:S- 1 t. g AulusLine-Concrete build:nz'


Arrive Pensaeola. 7:45.
FAJR FOR ROUND TRiP, 35 CENTS;

COTTRELL, I

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Petersburg-$100,000 iron working! VESSELS IN PORT.
plant. Steamahl;e.
Norfolk-Building and construction- August Belmont, Br ss, Barnes,
company; $100,000 investment comr-1 2967, Tampico to Gulf Trausit Co.
pany.I Amsrei, Dutch ss. Mobile t-t order
Newport News-4500.000 pipe works Arroyo, Br ss, Plough, 2.1,7. Nvw-,
ad foundry. caiIe on Tyne to Gulf Transit Co.
Narrows-Sand company. Brookwood. Br ss, Brown. 1,S,. Sa-
Martinsville-$15,000 canning fac vannah to the Wm. S. Kcs.,,r Co.
torv. Cambrian King, Br ss. 2315, New-
Independence-Roller flouring mill. iort News to .1. A. Merritt & Co.
Virginia Beach-$5,000 telepbonoe )ulcie, Br s., Harrison, 12S3, Paro
system. to .. A. Merritt & Co.
Hamilton-$15,000 milling company. Erne.:to, Span ss, Omacchea 16t1.,
Lynchburg--Shoe rfa.tory. (;ulftport to F. 0) H"we &- Co.
West Virginia. E U. Saltma:-sh. i>:- s. Rogers, 2319
Weston-$25.>i'c lnumbncr company. Ta:mi :;o Gui! 'ran: t Co.
Martinsburg--$50.0.t)0 brick and, .,ti,.r -e. ::h:p Martin 110, B3re-


block fa story. lIl- works.
Punta Gorda--$5.000 cigar factory. lurr.-.a-e-$10 .o0 gas company.
Georgia. BeIwIood-$0-().',i) loan (-onmpany.
: 't. Galnes-Electric light plant; ( C.'arl, n1 !:-i--- S .' '0. i'LoII working
water works. plant: $1. (.,I,,l coal comnpanv.
Columbus-Builling and loan corn-I W!ls!btr.--$',.o00 coal and mining
pany. company.


m en ;o .iMaster.
'Pen--:(cola, Am sn O'Leary, 1I,0S,
New Orleans "o Golf Transit Co.
Sinon side. Pr ss, Robs ii, 195s.,
Sin.erland to J. A. MerritL & Co.
Sope'rga, Ital s, Guslav:no, 2072.
Gu.lport to J. A. Merritt & Co.


MARKETS
Naval Stores Market
Savannah, Ga., Aug. "1.-The na'?l
stores Laa,'hei ciosid tc-day as fol-
lows:
W W ..................... 5 40
V,'G............. ......... .I 93
N ... .. .. ............... 4 5
K .. .. .. .. .. ...... .. ....4 il
K.. .. .. .. .. .. ..... ......... 4 2,3
I.. ... .. .. .. .. .. .......... 4 25

S... .. .. .. ................. 4
S .. .. .. . ........... ... 3 ,,)
C> ....... ...... ... 3 .
.'rits Ti t p n' ri., O601. cen's.


New York Stock Market.
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January .... .... . .1IS
S::h .. .... ... .. 11.23
Ap il........ .. ....
-.-ay. . .. .. .. .. ..11 U
S., irtcmber .. .. ..... l
Ocloiti.r .. .. .. . 11 5
.\'m ( nmber........ ..
i (clin (-:r .. .. .. . 1 1.13
1.;verp)ool SpotI; .5fi.
New York Sp); i: 0.i
Now Orican S 1.0'- 0 3.
1Port r(.-c p 1 .ii'- L.' 3.


CHICAGO


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GRAIN MARKET.
Wheat.


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.7. fi
Corn
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Dec
41 7
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V. P.f-iBNo & of &W

AUSLEY & COMPANY,
n W. lnateadacl&a St, rnssaa. Fa.
Cotton, Stocks, Grain and Provisions.
rivte Wires to New York, New Orleans and Chlco.


U-M


OF SOUTHERN


INDUSTRY


Large Capitalization Is Striking
Feature of New Industries


Iak aI Pdicq 11 The Equhi tabl


Insurance,
Fire, Life.


Knowles Bros. GelAI&
Pensa-coa


New York Stock Market.
Pa- ... ... .. 0 A S. W11119ame General Agor
Sopper.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .... 3 1
.\. S. R .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ... 1;2.1
.\: h .. .... ... .... .. ........ 90#
r ^ t .. . . . . . . .. . 5 1 .u l f l3 liMIMf l M It i i ilh liMi f tr ^|^g
C. F. .... ..... .. .. .. .. 4.. .. _
U. S .......*........10.4 Iron VW orks and Supply C
. ...................., IronW or sSupply
'. T. Q .............. 70. Manufacturers and Repalrers of
i. & N......................14.4 MACHINERY AND BOILERS
M. ,.. .. .......... ............5.. FORGINGS, MILL AND STEAMSHIP SUPPLIE
,T ... ... .......... ... .... STEAMSHIP REPAIRS A SPECIALTY
................163. Prompt attention given to all orders, day or might Aj
N C Y. ..... .. ..........1.. for James McKay & Co.'s celebrated Log and Timber Doga,
N. ( .. .. ........ Chairs of all descriptions.
. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ...10. Office Phone 123. PHIL WITTMAN, MN
,S I .. ..... .. .. .. .. ..... Residence Phone 1029. P. 0. Box 1
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A',s!ey & Co's Daily Cottcn Letter.
N.,. \ t,,k. \'t-. ;,. L.iverpool ca-
a! ', ,'. I l i,','r r than exp)e:-ted
,- 1 i c ii.'. a"1- (;!1n anl av ra' e or
- to 3 p )i h: .'.- r l,aLin ;ast night'.
:- XWer nationss
1 v Y!rk o' r "I >.' ih"iy Ir t e: '
,) = *, l ", ll' t l. 11~ l a. d


Athens-$300.000 oil refinery. Park,'rsburg-$-00,000 coal rminn Ba S P' s"' .. n
Valdosta-- as plant. cCompany. Fiery Cross, Nor bk, Claussen, 13 v,.' : .' t .,,' w ,k f :'-on, ,,'
St. Marys-Lumnih r It i'i. Cok to maste-. :.-t ti -renn p4 -- fl
Waycross- $16.000 uevelopmen* (Gariuaa di, Ital bk, Ageno, 13,48, i ar.. .i o.il-> n rn h wanh
company.v .1 TOLD,,o-aorde.-- -- ,t r ut'rr y ar: ,l,.n, ; srenrth,. and
Indian Territory. T F Huason, Nor bk, Knud-en, 771, Lon- 'l1 a'r th non hnr, a spind-
Tulsa-$15.0tu oil cot.paMny. TERSELYBUOSINESS LOCALS don to order. sre bn vae down raply
l)urant-$1(0.000 iunile-r company. .anta BarbOara, Port :-, Carreia,0 ',) within 20 to, :) points nit loss from
gasR P.cL aI e st.)rae plant an,'. G, O porto to H Baars & Co. ras close. t wa sated n-
e.,n.,-c. I _e .frni. Donna Ch-lstina, Am snch Axelsen ;ssii, d a bhearis estimate on thecron)
..... '- Kent.cky. ,.tHendrix & Carp.nter will furnish lize maste an ths may arco:rt for the aggres-
et.. .- mates,,, and PiT -. I i' : n. t whii c -n lled the marl, "
company $3i,.0 6llumber .,)upanlj- n ,oe poronal at-ttion1 to work. .a. m ., ..elsen, t Kr.- l.:.,, l- th ... o th
Hopkn:v.l1,--42A,0o0 mining comn- 2. Strong, and 824 East LaRua -aRuf rnt C. sch333Glod- x'et th- drclin t-,
pa- n ,. . ... ... streets.. I N( ,ia i Ru ai'r. lf S e3,. 'r' 1 f"! '!l;o:. vi. ae t t!s V dr) ii a tlo's.
Campb)llsville-(--i,000 electric li-.ht -c t- r to Mase r. -- rni' > 1 a o I . .1 -
Dan. MKinz.e Oertng Co, wholesal-- WM' JHNS..N & SON HAVE SE- n !ca in:-v',aNiA.
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Bankie-DLe% Oltopti'efit company.
New ren -$1d" o nftl-
t.,,, 4r ~d ,i ,loniar. P- an'pany.
M issisaip p i
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I -S 0110 !v 4,- *,i i i, coil pan' .7

1Oenl'iiv eg- Minnes.
North C~'roIP'-3.
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WVhy ii*p :ii'-r~or p~i-pr. wh'n you
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PROSPERITY

IN THE

STABLE


That's what Sucrcne Horse
F:ed brings' lt's good.
every scrap of it, and it
gives more health, more
I ork -und more satistiction
tUan oate. Give it a trial!
It s made of

Oats
Linseed Meal

Do you know- of a better
co bin tion? 11 \ don't,
and we'vc been in the bu'i-
ne.-! years. Come in and
talk it o'er. Were eolc
atentt for tris city



WFt ..MaMelstenMaeCo.



FWhat Makes the Mare Go?I


An interesting booklet telling
of things not generally kzowa.
Frrc for the trouble of aakig.


THE LARGEST EXCLUSIVE TAI.
LOOR.NG HOUSES IN THE EAST,
AND ARE NOW PREPARED -TO
TAKE YCUR ORDER FOR THArl
r-.LL SUIT. CALL IN AND EXAM.
I'. THEIR ELEGANT LINE OF;
hA:.'?LES. C';au,-; .

WIIiSKEY FOUD

IN OLD DITCH

WORKoMEN CUTTING DOWN'
VEEt-'S- FU-- ND LARGE NUM- I
ZER OF FLASKS.


Specia to The Journal.
(jai .- 0 .fl tIn--I0 I
I-'a...ill C-1:if; in'Ouwn tic.


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WM. JOHNSON & SON'S GRFAT
CL-AR&P.NCE SALE 0; SHOE3,
CLOTHING, GENTS' URN'SHIN6S.
ETC, BEGINS FRIDAY. SEPTEV-
SER !st. SEE THEIR FULL PAGE
AL. ;N THIS PAPER.
FERTILIZER FREE.
::" a T .) J 1. Pierce, a
'i l. en : Be r CoSp; \arenhor -
IF YOU WANT YOUR WINDOWS
AND DOORS SCREENED IN /W.
HURRY. TELEPHONE F. M. WIL-
LIAMS, 802, ONE RING. i


TURPENTINE STILLS.
McMiilan Bros. Co.
fMian ufacturers.
MOBILE, A..ABAMA.


W. B. WRIGHT & CO
'Manu facturers of
arl D.,aors in i
LUMBER, LATHS. SAWEDLYPRESS
SHINGLES AND KILN-
DRIED SAPS.
I


HATS


No two men look alike.
Is ;t reasonable, then, to sup-
pose that the same style Hat
ill bt equally becoming to all
men? We are inclined to think
rot. We go upon the supposi-
tion that the
GREATER THE VARIETY
of s'apcs. widths of brims,
eightss .of .c-ow-3 and co!-
ori-,3's. i greatr will be the
y Accordingly. ve present the
Sgr-etst v;' ty cf Spring Hats
' to be Cee" in Pensarrola.
o It ct oebraccs all _hapes. colo--
inf -:ard nro)ortion- from the
Sccn.we-vrt'-!t shapes to the latest
Sin young nme.i's ssappy styles.
Prices, 5Cc to $3.50.
SIF YOU BUY FOR LESS ELSE-
W'-4ERE, YOU'LL GET
LESS-THAT S ALL.


I1. 0. ANSON
CASH CLOTHIER
Phone 297
Cor. Main and Palafox Sts,


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OH, DEAR, HOW HOTI
Such expressions often escape the women who
use the old-fashioned coal and wood stove.

My! It's Such a ComfortI

is the oft' repeated exclamation of those who
USE A GAS RANGE.


PENSACOLA GAS CO.


27 East Garden Strecto


Pbare 148.


GET IN LINE!


How are you, Mr. astsalesman? ,
Why, hello, Has Been!
Hlavcn't seen you in some time.
Am selling "FRANCES," a good one, of course.
"FRANCES?"
Why, to be sure, the famous Mobile Cigar, made by FProhllchtte
Cigar Mfg. Co. Everybody wants them, everybody calls for them,
everybody smoking them.
Never heard of the "FRANCES," Mr. Has Been?
Y-e-s, I've 'ad some calls for them.
W-e-1-1, take my order for assorted sizes, as I must havm tha,


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DIAMONDS, WATCHES, JEWELRY,
OCKS PRECIOUS STONES, BRON2
STERLING SILVERWARE,
ARTPOTTERY, OPTICAL GOODS,
CUT GLASSWARE.

Engravinsg nd Fine Stationery,

Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention.


E. O. Zadek Jewelry Co.
MOBILE, ALA.
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CURIOSITY IS NOT ALWAYS A SIN
It wil pay you to investigate our prices before buying ywr
^ Hardware, Sash, Doors, Blinds or Lumber.
* We also handle Paints, Oils, Brick, Lime and Cemet
SuWe can save you money on v rything.


| Saunders Mill Company


Offices 29 East Garden Street Phone 717.
I Factorys North Palafx Street. Phone 130
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Wanted--


LOVE
AND DUTY.


Estate !


The Union Central Life

has a lower death rats, lower expense rate, mad Ig
Interest rate than any company doing business i la or
it should be eeay for you to decide the reet


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