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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 3, 1905
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Escambia County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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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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VOL. VIII.


NO '04


PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SUNDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 3, 1905.


PRICE,


3 CENTS


OILY 3 DEATHS

A 3li7 CASES



SfNs sNO Woffts Ter-





ITALIANS RIOTOUS



oo d a ifGu if AtI.


UOMLE QUARANTINES AGAINST
ATLANTA ON DISCOVERY OF
ONE CASE OF FEVER THERE-
ORAT OO EXPECTED FROM
IrABLISHMENT OF MOSQU-
1TO THEORY.


By Aslaited Pr.

New Orleans, Sept. 2.-The
report of the yellow fever sot-
u* nation to six p. m. today is as
I follows:
S Nfw cases 37; total to date
Deaths 3; total deaths 384.
New foci, ten.
' O ases under treatment 338.
" Cases discharged 1,375.


13 PENSM-ElANS
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ITHF PHnl FRA


riL2D IN ST. LOUIS Ia3

MRS. C. W. ObtVER AND FIVE CHILDREN, MR. AND MRS JOHN W. IU IllWUI I O
MALOY AND POUR CHILDREN, AND M. ROSENSTEIN ARE
OE AINED AT ST. LOUIS6 URANTINE STATION.
OEANEDAwful Scourge Now Exists In Ham-

S La, to The Journal. certificates had telephoned Ithe S. burg and All Germany is Un-
St. AI03s, Sep -Seventeen is authorities.
low fevel suspects arriving over T rty consisted of Mrs. C. W.i ay Over itlluation
Loulsville and Nashville from Pen _N- er and five children: Mr. anid Mrs.
cola todaX were chagrinned to find a .o *W. Maloy and four children and,
the uniounstation half a dozen health T. mios Rlein, all of Pensacola;
officers, tio policemen and a ser- Marcel De 'and T. Edw. L*Bau. | FF iCTIf I1 U nIF
geant waitbig to escort them to tneir of St. Louis Xho had been visiti" in INFECT L IO*ll- IS WVIUL
ambulance--bound for the quarantire Pensacola. an i man idl wif wh
boat Kenney. clal anville, als.,
The ambulance was there in a-; but who refus-d -o give their nlmne*.
cordance with instructions of Dr. Tate i The steamer iennedy conveyed iie o6ath of Two SoldierS Has Been6
of the health loard who had boarded party to the qua:anitine station. if in ....
the train at Befleville. Ills., and und- five da~'s they have not devlopel Heported from Philippines.
ing passengers unioavided with health yellow fever they will be released. rr


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MAY BE SIGNED


MONDAY


t Envoys Have Practically Concluded
Their Worft and Text of
Treaty i Fisished.
: By Assoeiated Pres.


11p rortsmoutnh z. n., Sept. .-wiLr
KE MF^fIMW the exception of a single portion o0
the text the peace treaty was corn
I WALIAN RIOTS FEARED pleted today and it is barely possible
I AT PATTERSON, LOUISIANA. that it will be signed Monday. It con
S--- sist; of sixteen articles.
J New Otesas, Sept. 2.--Doctor C. I. The trWty has not been engrossec
p fmv, In charge of the fever situa- by the state department clerks; thE
i ft Parterso telegraphed today work is to be done by the clerks ol
| e eer Ighters there are hair- the commissions.
.- ia e sad that rioting by the The articles relating to the non-for-
t Wr is feared. Several Italians tifying of Sakahalin Island and Lape-
"have been wared to be on article relattag to. h uc tioo ot
S, -r4 Drr. Horton Immediately plac- Manchuria q ro l 1s that the troops
V a ur about the hospital, appre- laimediately upo the exchange of the.
bemI h that an attempt would be final ratifications should be withdraw,
da4e to burn It. respectively to the lines of Mukdon
Te citizens met and organized to and Harbin, and the number of rail-
Spotect the hospital, the physicians, road guards in ordinary times limited
d the town itself from violence but provision is made for the dis
Gawvsror Blanchard was appealed ti patch of troops for the protection ol
'md he said that arms would be sent. the line in case of disorders upon conl
S be sheriff responded to the call and edition that they be immediately with
will take charge of the volunteer drawn wnen that mission is finished.
uaird -* It is reported there will be severs
Favorable views of the general sit- annexes to the treaty covering, matter-
I nation here are taken, as at the bte- which could not be elaborated in the
ftang of the most critical month ot treaty itself.
i reyear the situation is well in hand ----
'ad bas been robbed of many of it Consulted All Afternoon.
twrus at outside points. Busine's Portsmouth, N. H., Sept. 2.-The
Shows signs of a revival and inesti- Russian and Japanese envoys have
able good will come from the es- been in earnest consultation this af-
Sahblishment of the correctness of thel ternoon. It is understood that an
vasequito theory, article dealing with the division of
The announcement of a case of yel- Sakhalin was under discussion. The
ow fever at Atlanta today was receiv- only unsettled' question relates to tha
e with regret and there is a wide: details of the evacuation of Manchu-
G&presson of hope that it will be der.- !ria. The troops will be withdrawn
castrated that the disease will not immediately. the Japanese line to
thrive. There is warm sympathy tbe- Mukden and the Russians to Harbin.
twem New Orleans and Atlanta b- Purther details have not yet been
am.. uase at the outbreak bore Atlanta arranged.
S 41rew open her doors to all refugee :
| several hundred people from New Troops Still Goilg.
ew Oru s are there now. St. Petersburg. Sept. 2.-The Asso-
clated Pre-ss was informed' at the war
WO1UILZ HAS QUARANTINED fctfee late this afternoon that no form-
AOAINST CITY OF ATLANTA a, orders had yet been given regard-
ing the armistice. no steps taken to
Mobil. Sept. 2.---'pon recript of In- terminate the movement of troops to
formnatLid that telio fev,-r hailed en tite Far Fast and no recent mobiliza-
Sdisc-W'd at Alanta today. quartn tion has been discnntintied. Even the
tlae 's iuniedatti 'y iin: .:tu-, i r gtu!ar shipping of men and supplies
gait ber by the srta:e and l (ca ai:- has not been stopped in connection
thordies o; MoMile. with keeping the Manchurian army-
4 ;ot. a war footing. It is explained
One More Case at Vicksburg. l at no orders wi1 bhe given until the-
Vicksburg. M>.- S.: ?2 --4c n details of the formal announcementt
itional case ,if ,' *"., f,'ver i.v,.:orp-; e. the rmistice have been made.
p here tod:iv tha' of a negro woe
an living b.xn,in1 th( lnt Is of thICAHO rMA
c.tx The p!s:: mins are unable so CHICAG WOMAN
far to trace the ort of ier infee-
tio GOLF CHAMPION
1 COARLOTTE QUARANTINES -.
A AGAINST ATLANTA.


-MEMBER OF MIOLOTHIAN CLUB
Charlotte, N. C. Sept. 2.-TheOFF HONORS FOR
board of health :this af:,,rnoon quarai-; ARRIES OFF HONORS FOR
ttoed aains: Atlan.a on ace"un: of WESTERN FIELD.
the case of yellow fever announc-'J
there today.
Stoday. By Associated Pres.
Negre Hanged for Assault. Chicago. Sept. .-Mrs. C. L. Der-
Charlotte. N C.. Sept. 2-Ashton ing. of the Midlothian Club won !n?,
More. a negro. was hanged at C!ot.- woman's western golf championshipi
toe. N. C today !or criminal assael: today defeating Mrs. Florence Ander-
gemmitted last April. son by a score of 4 up and 2 to play.


Ohio Won Dryden's $4,000

Trophy in Seagirt Competition

By Associated Press. branches of army, nary, marine
aggirt, N. J., Sept. 2-Today was corps. military academy and National
Guarls of the states. The --ateT
ives over entirely io the Dryden wae won by Ohio with a total of 979
trophy match, the principal prie bet out of a possible twelve hundred.
lag a four thousand dollar trophy' New Jersey, whtch captured t4e prize
presemed by United States Senator las: yea-, took second place today.
Drvden of New York. Competition' The third prize went to an intantry
wa* open to a team of eight menmbe"s1 teAm in a range of six hundred and a
,rom the Infantry and cavalry thousand yards,,


By Asociated Press


American League.
Philadelphia-Washington rain.
Cleveland 3, Chicago 6, (calle,.
inning rain.)
New York 1, Boston 0.
St. Louis 1, Detroit 10.
National League.
Boston 1, Bro(.)klvn 0.
Chicago 3. (ncinenaiti 2.
Pittsburg 7-. S. Louis 4.


6th


PENSACOLIAN HAS

FEVER IN ATLANTA


JOHN C. CARRUTHERS WHO LEFT PENSACOLA WHEN FEVER DE-
VELOPED HERE NOW DOWN WITH DISEASE IN ATLANTA
DETENTION CAMP THREE MILES FROM CITY.

By Associated Press. there be left, coming to Atlanta.
Atlanta, Sept. 2.-John C. Carru No fear is expressepl, as it has ')een
others, from Pensacola, arrived in At de'i.onstrate l in previous sea-ons that
lanta Thursday night, and develop,-'] yellow fevuc cannot spread in AL-
a case which was diagnosed as yellc w 'anta. ,
fever here today. He was taken t -
the detention hospital three miles out-, Carruthers Not Located.
side of the city. where every precau-i The physicians were tunahble to lo-
tion is being taken. cate last night th- place of res:'lence
Carruthers was examined by the' of John C. Carrutlhers, who is reported
health officials soon after he arrived as having gone f.oin th:,7 cryv to At-
and, coming from an infected point, lanta. It is believed though that he
he was closelv observed. He waq was formerly cuplIOyed at the navy
taken to the hospital Friday and the yard.
case was pronounced yellow fever th', Dr. Porter was notified early during
morning. Carruthers says he lived i the night by the Atlanta authorities.
within one block of the original case,! and sent a nmessa.ge to Jacksonville,
of fever in Pensacola, and when he acquainting the health officials there
learned the nature of the disease iof the facts in the case.


TROLLED AND THEY ARE TAK-
ING EVERY PRECAUTION TO [HM NIL C01190OT nE
PREVENT ITS SPREAD-EMI-I
ENT BACTERIOLOGIST AT L
WORK.WILL T NY VISITORS

By Associated Prmess.


Berlin, Sept. 2.-The record in the
cholera situation to-night stands 51
cases and nineteen deaths, a steady
increase and a large mortality. The


THE WORK


New York Philadelphia, (wetm oost uneasv news for Americans is
gunss) the fact that the second ca exist.: When Proceedings for an Injunc-
Southern League. at llambu'r-. Two fresh r e,-eas arLI u
Little Rock 0, Atlanta 2, (first, reported frnm Kast P"ussaia intiiat-I tion Were Begun It Agreed to
game.) ing a wil, 1,l infect-eJ area. T;';he h imB,--
Little Rock 5. Atlawa 5(called end rial hay,^ :' ce. i confident that. Cease Filling in Bayou.
th nnnas the .d., t- under control.
At Chattanooga: Shreveport 3, Two re. *'IA reported cases among --
Montgomery 4. the Rus,;iA rivermen are in q-; -'* Rtp,,-, rTing some six property
At Atlanta: New Orleans, 1, Nash- tine and ermany's most emitiine ) ic- holders on Bayou Grande, Attorney
ville 0. teriologist, has gone to the iulet ciE. E. Crawshaw yesterday applied be-
Memphis 2 lBirmingham 4, (first' district to direct the measures of pro- fr( Court Commission-r Coston for
...1 ,.r.


Memphis 13, Birmingham 0, (sec-
ond game. seven innings.)
South Atlantic League.
Cbiumbia 5, Jacksonville 2.
Macon 1. Savannah 1, (seven In
nings. called, darkness.)
Charleston 4. Augusta 1.


MINISTERS PREACH

ON LABOR TO-DAY
1 By Associated Press.
Chicago. Sept. 2--Thousands of
- Presbyterian ministers in the United
States will preach on some phase of
the labor question tomorrow as a re-
I suit of an appeal from the department
of labor of that denomination which
has headquarters here.


an Injunction to prohibit the Terminal
Company -.-om filling in- the Bayou
along its trestle by dumping ballast
or &nv other matter of that kind there.


,Wasblagton, D. C., -8 -.,---The ib some time -the company haua
adjutant general of the division of be n filling in the Bayou aong it
the Philippines, reported by cable to- been filling n the Bayou along ts
dav two deaths from cholera among track and from appearances it was evi.
the troops. The dead are Thos. M.i dent,. the intention to close up the
Osborn. of the Eighth cavalry. and' -wholt wat'-rway with t!. exce option
William M. Meyer, of the Fifth field p-ohab].- of a small op-liiair in the
battery. channel itself. The property owners
HANGED FOR WIFE MURDER and others in that vicinity mecamne in-
consed at the company'- actionn ai'id
COMMITTED LAST APRIL; nrotpsted against the work. but wiih-
i out avail. Consequelt ly injunction
By Associated Pr.-a. H proceedings were commenced.
Danville, Va., Sept. 2.-J. W. Ham After a conference with his attor-
mond was hanged at Winston Salu ii. iys. President Northup yesterday as-
N. C. today for the murder of his wi" sured these property owners that the
last April. On the scaffold he adm't- work of filling in che Bayou would now
ted killing his wife saying she ha'! he discontinued. and with this assui.-
t)een untrue to him. ance th(, proceedings were withdrawn.


ONE aEIN CASE


IN PEN SCOLA


George Brent at 108 East Romana
Street Has Yellow Fever,
Says Dr. Guiteras.


BAY IS PATROLLED


No One Can Now Leave Pensacola
By Water Without Permit.

CRS. KENNEDY AND D'ALEM-
BERT PROGRESSING FINELY
WITH THE WORK OF SCREEN-
ING AND FUMIGATION-FOUR
OR FIVE SUSPEICOUS CASE*
ARE REPORTED.


S~, I I -e ;e-al ieve-t situation up wV
S I to 10 o'clock last night was as *
follows:
One new case; total cases 2. -
S- Spiio'is cases, four or five.
h Three Creeks, who originally 0'
-- had the t'vor, well. S
Residents of Cottage Hill Prefer


That Pensacolians Go one new case of yellow fever devel-
opnel in i'ensacola yesterday, when
Elsewhere. George Brent, residing at 108 Mast
Romniana street was examined by Dr.
No visitors from Pensacola are de-' cGiteras, who, after the diagnosis.
sired in Cottage Hll and the re pronounced it yellow fever. Four or
dents of that town luatnd to e that fite other cases of a doubtful charao-
none arrtre or remaIn t!tle s they ter exist in the city, one being in the
have in their possession health cer- original district and the others in
1ificates. other portions of the town.
Yesterday reports were made that The casi of Mr. Brent was thought
parties from Pensacola had gone into to be fever the day previous, and his
'that section, and this somewhat attending phvslecan reported the cae
frightened those sWsiding there. At immediately. 1r. Gaiteras i visted
one time It wa -reported fa the city the patir.t about midnight ]I4rda.
That a shotgun quaranhn(ii a1 B6t) at that Je 0 did not t SS
placed on against everyone from a positive statement. Yeste
here. Sheriff Van Pelt was notvfled morning, however, he paid anotii
and after seeing Dr. Porter instructed, visit, and then pronounced It fever.
uhs deputy there to arrest ar.y parties The pat ent, who Is now quite sleek.
r-ho attempt to enter the place. was taken Ill about six da:a since..
Dr Porter has given instrnc-ions to At that tim(n Dr. Renshaw was called
al! si rifts anl demuies to arrest par-1 in and treated hIm. When Dr. Hen-
tie. whi n)may a iN:ate the law vb a)haw left the city. Dr. Ifargi way
breaking the quarantine regulations. ,ailod in, and he has :snce been treat-
Notice From Cottage Hill. lng him.
The foowi was rcv Rer The ldents Are Not Excited.
.1 urnal l'a-t ni.ht from Cottage Hi; VWhile quite a number of pe"oBs
g:2vin nicoe to lo-al residents: have left tbe city, there is not o0
C"(ottiae Hill. Sept. 2, 1905. much excetemlent as previously pre-
-T", Whom it Mav Concern: failed. All realize that the physt-
"This is to n. )tify all persons living Icana re ..,rf,"tly competent to haa-
in Pensacola that they will he arrest- 1', the situation. especially 'witth e
ed and returrn.d to Pen'acola ift the assistance of the citizens who are
i attempt to1 and in the vicinity of fumigating anti screening their homes
Cottage Hill without a health cer- and ,leaning up their premises.
tificate. Dr. Guiteras May Return.
'CITIZENS OF COTTAGE HIILA" When a Journal reporter called last'
nizht at tne Board of Health head-
POIRTMARTIAi ST arnrs n the Merchant, Hotel, Dr.


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JOHN BULL-HI HAVE ARISTOCRATIC TASTES, SAMMY, HIVEN IP.
MY CLOTHES ARE A BIT TO TPT BAD.


^^i^ **'l* >-- f Gulteras hal retired ior the ;ig t, as
he is to leave this m-)rning for Tamnpa.
MARE ISLAND YARD The doctor may to Havana, but
th-e possibilities are that he will re--
rn to Pen.sacola. At least every'
IFFICERS OF UNFORTUNATE h'Art is ,,' n male to persuale hbim
to return to the ty :-...d remain here
BENNINGTON MUST PROVE until the : v-r is ~ Adi'ate., and6
S.!:ile he ha- n rioflenitoly stated
INNOCENCE OF RESPON- that he will return, it i. thought that
'he wtll d,,o ,4 as he is a personal'
SIBILITY. frieni of 1)r. Porter, and In addition
t;,-<- a kepn luterest in the fever


By Associated Press. -"u,'lion
Wa.hingtn,. ;'. 2.-- .S ,re'ary of P er on Stua ...
Dr. Porter on 8:tua,:.-..
1) n i -. .-nti arti t Dr. Poror gave out a short state-
t ; , (,',< ; ; I .. '. r a irt i ., t o
n., MT- Na v Yar !, .. r.c it :ast night. H, ..sail:
.. , ,,, ,- "We would be very much .plea ed
.,, n,! l': ,u i : ,. tn have Dr. Gii''rla: return to Penps-
... ,.- .. -.. ' . .. ., .. ,, r a. ; he i' n )t only i ".: '.d. l g'e l -
.- , . : .: 1t. : irit a very ta!,'"- I m an.
x' j w rk -f ,,.r,.,niwfr and :,irnl-
_-_'1!,_ _I _-,line') ah-,a'l n'celv. Drs.
S,. I 0r ". "f .... h. v nv,, b ave.
T rw : ., ],' ...... ....... ..... ''" n..t,
!S 'A T L R 1Yf Iy Ifn --a mar ." h,I:ss, but are,
a "' r-".. a n b i- f thPm.,
a7 .arr- 's lave
',- n ,' 1 ". .... I " . r- -.4.7' 1.) nO
iWILL GO INTO CAMP AT ORLAN- .-- ",:t ;arir,n t ev are.
DO AND LAKE CITY IN V u anIsho e
f- ,er. ,1u.1 r..u an'! ",hoiil .. e,
OCTOBER.t i n to be
-yr v: 'I pa p^n' shoi be
Special to The Journal. j-, .. ', "- "' r ha. v
Ta!!a:..l" :. Se '. 2.-- Glne--al or-. H... r r .vn to-da.
de-**.^ ar~nou:n :; th "? : '! t '*: s*ta. health
l t' a o 'r n a!t d t., c 1r v li--" .
campai.lmnt a ) )riani o, October 5. a-'. I A *"' '" a a 'o f -rc.
t .i rf t in farn ry a:::. the .:t -- -,
u!', a. I. ak. C.. o.' U ,o.-r co i..-: on Par Two.)


Keene's Thrcc= Year=Old Colt

Won $20,000 Century Stake

By Associated Press. Broomstrick won second and Euge-,
New York, Sept. 2.-Before twenty nia Burch third. 'Sysonaby led from
thousand people today James R.: the start and was never headed. w1l
Ker' ni' :tbreo year c(:ie'lt. Sysonsby' ning by two lengths. Sysonaby ham
won th. twenty thousarl -dollar co(n-i never been beaten bpt once and Al4
tury stake at Sheepshea.i Bay rakttrg' winnings amount to one hundred iaM
the mile and a half nla time 2:35. eighty thousand dollars.


T HE VATHOR: Showers andI
cooler Sunday; M)nday fair ex-
cept showers on the coast; light
to fresh north winds.


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'GERMAN HEALTH AUTHORITIES
THINK PLAGUE CAN BE CON-


CHOLERA KILLS TWO
SOLDIERS IN PHILIPPINES&


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MIO R N IN 0


SEPTEMBER 3, 1950


4m


ITIGSTOREI SPECIAL OFFERING FOR 3 DAYS HEBIGSTOR


MONDA Y,


TUESDAY


AND


WEDNESDAY.


SALE BEGINS AT NINE.


hd a Rugs, all wool, 30x60, worth $4,
special $2.49. 0
India Rugs, 36x72, worth $5, special
$3.98.


Keep the Mosquito Out
by screening the windows of y cur house. It is the kind that the
Board of Health uses-36 inches wide, 4c yard. Also a full line
of Mosquito Bars, ready for use, at $1.25 and $1.50.
Ring Telephone 162, Dry Goods Department.


Lace Curtains, full 3 1-2 )ds long, worth
$2.50, special $1.49.
White Enamel Cottage Rods, complete
with fixtures, 6 for 50c. Brass Tele-
scopic Curtain Rods complete, 6 for 50c.


" Win.


Tol) nson1


&C


Soin.


For Many


of the Ills

to which human flesh
is hein



Long Life



L
Luver and



KMineyCurc


ft~d.


pore a great
Xx x


ON FINER

LAXATIVE KNOWh


A bottle shoid be
kep in cvry home,
for Van ounce of pre-
Cautan is wth a
pound of cure." a'd a
&Me wil! frequently
amv a el of Silc-
ess x X


For Sale by
Hannah Bro.


YELLOWFEVER
ie I" No Terr W tor You.
Bosso's Blessing
to Mankind
IS THE ONLY POSITIVE
PREVENTIVE AND


ONLY 50 CENTS PER BOTTLE.
SOLD AT NICK APOSTLE'S RES-
TAURANT.
Manultacured by
90O0 MEDICINE MANUFACTURE.
ING COMPANY,
PENSACOLA. FLORIDA.


Years of
Satisfactory
Work
has given us a reputation
for turning out
LAUNDRY WORK
THAT SATISFIES.
Better let us call for yonr
buadle. If you do you
will get laundry satisfac-
Ution.
The Star Steam
Laundry.
T a. @ 40"U t. PtI 11t.
04"o"I r


ml dna r was pronounced yellow fever by Dr.
Ll II/ I, Ii'/ Guiteras Friday night, is a very mildI ,A r
ulr Hir U a lone, and the patient Ls not very it. II IO LZ LELZ
ONE NEW C SE The attack is so mild that for several .
days it could not be defined as being
Sfver. Yesterday he was resting
easy. and his temperature was not Special to The Journal.
|very high. Gonzalez, Sept. 2.-A number of
S| iThe place of residence of the pa- young men and ladies spent a very
tient has been thoroughly screened pleasant day at the river Friday, flsh-
and fumigated, in order to Aestroy .
(Continued From Page One.) afv mosquito that might have stung Ing, hunting, boat rowing and swim-
..- ..---- him, and to keep others from enter- ming. The party was composed of
and with the assistance of the other ing. Miss Jessie Prather, Miss Larada
*hysieians all work is progressing Brown, Miss Hazel Prather, Miss
nicely. FERTILIZER FREE. Minnie Cooper, Miss Bernice Prathe
Destroy Mosquitoes. Anyone wishiat good stable manure Ms
Sto the residents is to gratis, ll apply to J. L. Piereel at and Mr. Will Black, Mr. Joe Cooper,
uiestroy the breeng place o--f the The Lewis Bear Comany's warehouse. Mr. RaYmSd the.
mosquito. especially old tin cans of Misell ILAraft and Helen Brown
every kind. and even tie ornamental IbEi3 T g 1 f IP iAV have returned from a pleasant visit
flower jars. If we don't get any exLen- EIGHTUII IfOUR DAY to relatives in Atmore, Ala.
s-ive sub-foci or cases which cannot be Mrs. Anderson, of Montgomer is
traced, to c-iginal infected territory, IN SIT AUGUSI TINE visiting her brother, Mr. Ben Wh1d-
the situation can be considered en- don, of this place.
couraging. Mr. John Lows has returned home
"B'ank-s for physicians to make re- from Nadawah, Ala., where he has
ports of fever cases and suspicious PLU*MBERS AND CONTIMCTORg been an employee of the L. & N. Rail-
cases. have been printed and distrib- road Company.
uted to the physicians of tly? city, REACH AN AGREEMENT IN Misses Lent and Mary Mullins have
and in a few days we will have ev- T AT C4,TY. returned from a pleasant trip to An-
Serything in working order. Water *IT. niston and Irmingham, Ala.
I patrol blanks have also been distrio-
* huted. this week being in charge of LEND A HAND.
Lieut. Alexanu.r., of the cutter Pen- nt. Andrews. ept. 2.-According to "-t '
rose. and Is very satisfactory. I noMee given some time ago the plumb, Kind a hand to the tmted.
leavet I do rot see how prt can ers of this city today inaugurated the Lend a hand to sls in the shadw.,
"So far there has been no extension eight-hour work-day, which will con. Lend a band to thso who are often
of the quarantine, and will not be as tnue in effect in the future. misjudged.
long as the patient's infection can be An agreement exists, however, be, L a ha M te O to eal oMraed with
traced to the original point of infec- tween the union and contractors, eabis J.
tion ." whereby asl contracts figured ma t= .t h th n taMg the
Dr. Porter concluded his interview closed on the nine-hour basis will be W a N" *" o"" W s -.- m
in order that he might go to the filled on that schedule. All new cOb6 wf". .*
home of F. C. Brent, where there is tracts will be estimated on the eight- tmad a haml to tie.e Whose ntve are
I another suspicious case. hour-day, which will necessarily in- na'row ad ~ammpd.
Two Bulletins Issued. crease the cost of .plumbing consid- Lend a &bd to the boy struggoita
Dr. Porter issued from his head- erably. Several of the buildings now bravely to culture his mind.
quarte-s yesterday two addition; in course of erection are to be corn- Lend a hand to the young p" eps
bulletins. both bearing upon the wa. pleted in the nine-hour-day. whoee homes are told and repelling
ter patrol. These are as follows: The fact that all of the labor union .
-Bulle-in No. 5 have Inaugurated the elght-hour-day Lend a han to t*e whOde.our-
Bullein No. 5. instead of nine hours, has cause renidibgs are steadily palling them
"Executive O(ice. State Board of many people here to abandon thelf down.
Health of Florida. Pensacola. Fla.. building plans, as they feel they Lend a hand to the prodial sister.
Sept. 2nd. 1905-Water Patrol of could' not stand the Increased cot of Ber life is as prelottu as that Of the
Harbor and Sound., labor. prodii brthet.
"The water-patrol of Pensacola bay la.or d .. t
and Choctawhatchee sound' is herehy Lend a hand to the girt who wOrhk
placed under the charge of Lieuten. V IIA P w wors, works and kDows nothing ot
ant Georwg C Alexander of the United Avoid Yellow Feverv recreation and rest
States Revenue Cutter Service, for Use the great antiseptic preventive. Lend a hand-an open hand, a warm
the purpose of preventing refugees Sloan's Linitment. Six drops of Sloan's hand, a strong hand, abhuplifting hand,
leaving Pensacola for points along Liniment on i, teaspoonful of sugar a had 1d with uIy and help.-
ihe 1ay and sound, without written will kill yellow fever and malaria il-ver roms.
p-rmisspon of the State Health Officer germs. --
u. Florida. .. .
Frciehterr. whether of steam, or -Won" _e, Te. *
saRl. will register with Lieutenant A I About thirty yers ago a remarkable
A!txander, who is in command of the bet Was made between Captain M., a
PI nrose. Pnd ho will register, issut racing celebrity, and another officer
license an:l permission for said who w al noted tlr his activity. Cap-
f:eighir to run between points on /u'A J tain M. bet 50 that his fellow officer
Ihc hay an] -)i)und f:r th. purpose of wId l not hop up a certain flight of
arryin;h fr iht only. Nwr passengers I states "two at a time." The offer was
fi- .- 1ha in: wrealh Officei taken; but, as there were forty-one
: anowe] to th~, p;from T M Pensa- tpsIm the flight, he found after tak-
a. f- n.:. .lni:.:nta Alexandpr ils ~L JIre In g twenty hops that he was left only
br., rv : d h me as S:ate Health one step to negotiate and had lont. He
S(.., r. having ai:;hrity under the 1 etased Captain M. of sharp practice,
S t-'e of t'h sTaiS. as quarantine I butthe latter replied:
,ffi.;r -of thc sta:e to carry out these "Well, riU wager you another 50 I
hstructi ns. dI It."
"Th,. napt'.a launches naow being The offer, thinking to get back his
,-,,--atin te ,r. Z- ;'iii an.! his assIst- ef d money a n accepted. Captain M B
rt in he waer-parlaa of tre ac-d then bbppd up forty stept in twenty
undt r the c-.:nmand and charge of
11. A *nanat A'exander. U. S. Revenue byis ig up the lasttwo steps !d
Srvicc. an, wili obey his orders. II ..-.lW Starerd.
--JOEPH Y. PORTER. E rt fed wi cor t
*"State Health Officer." H Eright b..will w..
Bullt ,i No. .. .mtoa. pay The pw ad "prejudice" comedy frtob
Bulletin No. e6. ima Add SAer.e Dairy EIld to t two Latin Words. *pro" or "pre." be-
l.olive Office. Sate Board of r- I forehand ahd "jtludio" I jadge. There-
H- alth of Flori d. Water Patrol ofH rP1rrt iou.Note the imme&tate e prejudice" nwn, S& forming of
All laun s an vessels of i in lk and the an opinion beforehand or before knowl-
cver description x-ept tow-boats Th edge. To form an opinion or declare a
ire for',idden ;,. b'- the dooTks of improved appearame Judgment concerning any subject with-
I'n.aeola or water-fr.fnt of the bay ytery tL cow. The-i- oat or Ignoring knowledge is "prej ju-
!c,,n':e-r u t t, the c::y after 10 o'clock of dice." An opinion formed after a life- i
i nii: h-. i Milk tr milk aore than- long acquaintance and experience and '
'2 i craftI wrr freightersn --- after thorough h Invettigation and study
':int 430 p between Pena a and points ilat O S Dar Feed ad mayust not erroneoly be mistaken, bunot protherly
I: "l"JOs H Y. PORTERt. oa-ter tilmusttion oA the eridece o mst be the elt of prejudice. teach-
Co. -rho Not Extexnded. lIt'c te b ca n g fi the ato. g a experience of the world nt-
o h Dr '. Port, -a'ed ;as- npht that A n --I will cn-in Train yourwhf to kep t bl
te wh :i ,t Wou id no t be extend- too. dearteo Don't pe themacts o t.story
a --s lon.' n:henew cases couland bhoset e and science are Ignored or denied, the
in ,e to 430 p oi nilatul point of in Dairy Feed ad must not only be mistaken, but they
S. : bHTthat aeach mOtce rhe a t mutilation ofthe mst be the result of prejudice.r -


.. S tatea H r dalt Offier.l d .. . . . . . .
eordng to pro ent inEx'cationsded '. the and, u i ed of the ration. side-i y tlU t.
will not be lied as haswould not been reportend- A t 'wi t people of ye r. Don't pev es they will at
Ssed about the city. h cases could b to dislike and ger n yIt n


D arnbys Came Mild. whi b tbtlhky y7 3I0te thea
The case of George Dansby, which --- I l telling b? tbom.


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SAGE LEAVES


Special to The Journal.
W-Mreht, sept. 2.-The Au-gusting
weather continues unsettled up to the
opening of September. It is highly
probable that the rain fall will fail
short for the first fall month; and be
poorly distributed.
Sweet potatoes have a long term
for swelling before the first killing
frost of autumn.
Simultaneous events for historic
pages are the "conquering of peace"
in the old world, and the appearance
ot mosquito fever in Pensacola.
How truly the pen is proving to be
mightier than the sword-in the hands
of our President. He has hypnotized
ahd quelled the Russo-Japan monster,
without drawing his sword or crossing
the great water. A victory that will
ever brighten with the future devel.
opment of a higher civilization.
Prof. Allen has reached the western
shore of the bay waters on schedule'
time. He is fast regaining ills nor-
mal weight, color and an ab-normal
appetite.
The fine chickens and fatted calves
of Santa Rosa were in great demand
during his sojourn in the "far east.",
Only thilk of four Leghorn eggs every
Aftorning ofr breakfast to start out
with, beside all other "goodies" In
equal proportion.
Neither has the Prof. lost his ap
petite for music. But he finds it hard
work to even play (the fiddle) now.'
He is booked for a school room en-{
gagement in the far-west-of-Molino
early in September, which position he
seems to be longing to fill. Last
IMonday he was busy making calls on
the Juvinile Sages of Cloptonia.
Miss Willie Glass finds all the road-
ways to Texas blocked by the Intol-
erable "stegomyia" mosquitoes. Uncle
Sam is directing his best guns on this:
blood-thirsty tribe, but It will doubt-
less Interrupt our travel until the ar-
rival of Jack Frost's reinforcements
from the far off northland.
T4H08. MeMHJLAN.

PO WELTONal.

Special to The Journal.


Powelton, Sept. 2.-Misses Lena and
Marye Mullins, of Powelton Fla., re-
turned Friday afternoon, after a
pleasant three week's visit to Annis-
ton, Birmingham and Evergreen Ala.,
where they had a most delightful
time. Their many friends are so
glad to see them home.
Railroad Man's Wife Dies.
Atlanta, Sept. 2.-Mrs. Brooks Mor-
gan, wife of the assistant passenger
agent of the Southern railway, died
here today.


Wanted--


Real


Estate I


We are prepared to take all
the real estate that is on the
market.


Escambia


Phone 1052.


Realty


fisher Building


IC# OAL and WOOD -A

Oiv!--cor~r Chasf and Tanigm&a Pas


TO THE PUBLIC
To introduce my
Old Hickory Whiskey
I will give with every $1.00
quart bottle a full bottle of
Port or Catawba Wine.


I-
a .


FOUsr bottle HY-LO
Whiskey, $3.20.
delivered to any part of West
Florida.
Morris Pannheisser
12 West Zarragossa Street

Pabst
Blue Ribbon
Bottle Beer,
has no equaL
Sold everywhere.
S.A. Friedman
Wholesale Distribjter.


Leader in


Walter S. alooton,
General Dealer in


Imported


Wines


and Liquors.
PHONE 17W
N.. W1: SOUTH PALAFOX T.
PEFIaACOLA. PLA.
-


Bicycles, Bicycle Sundries GIVE YOUR HAULING TO
and Fittings. Merchant s Transfer o.
CYCLES RFEPAIED. T hhor. Thorz:n, Prop.
CYCLES FOR RENT. HAULING OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
Iron Safes, Cash Registers Type SPECIAL ATTENTION GVEN TO
-riters, Guns, Pistols Locks and Unm- BGAGGE DAY OR NI'iT.
Irellas repaired. -
Lawn Mowers, Scissors, Knives, ".S
:.., sharpened. W r.


Moat omplet line if keys nla th
t?.
Try Ilooton's MessengL r Servieg
rhen in a hurry to send messages.
12 EAST INTENDENCIA ST.
PHONE 1133.


PAN. *etr
Pensacola -~Po'd~


Tobacco


mloke


Drives


Away

MosqultoeL.


Smoke ad
Pro tecte .




MINISTER t5


18 THE KING
OF ALL


5c CIGARS.
TRY ONE I


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TH- PENSACOLA JOURNAL, SUNDAY MORNING,


SEPTEMBER 3, 1905


PA*2 THIU


.I SEiNDSOUllcATARnH 00 BARK B[ING


i INSTRUCTIONS









'Tby the finest watches and
K. we best clothes are made by Pensacola.
: mI "ar system.
Te watch is not made by Division Preight ana' Passenger
e man Ehch part is con- Agen' Lurton yesterday received in-
stiructlons from the head office of the
structed by an expert in that Louisville and Nashvl;le relative to
artjicla r lass of work. the sale of tickets from Pensacola to
those who might desire to lPave the
The same in our clothing. city. The circular also contains in-
sch part is made by an ex- formation relative to what states and
pert la o .e particular line, con- cities had quarantined against Pensa-
manntly there is no week e. cola.
Uemensty there is no week ; In nearly all of 'he cities and states
,oIat, no slighted part in our health certificates are require q.
tdtst. Every point is pointed There are exceptions. however. Cin-
by a highly laid Bspecial ar. c:nnat;. Chicago. Nashville. Atlanta
and a few others be!ng open, and par-
ties can en'er there without presentr-
ing certificates.
SS. Louis. however. prohibits any'
Sp* person from Pensacola entering th( re.
r without a certificate, showing that
I- -- the party had been detained ink some:
I 'oaran'ine camp for at least rtn days'
before reachifn there.
C C. Osedman, 0e. ArwMper 1 Atlanta. of, course, is open to ali.
as is all of Tenneo<-ee west of th'-
Tennesse.- river. _,,,h the exception
_o: Cha!'ano)2a and Hamilton. A a-i
7 ". h bama is closed to refugets and no onf-
No X ,f can purchase a ticket to any Flor'!,i
.. i caepoinmt without having a health certi i-
m ww*m, heThis information comes from the
SS-. I P 1 9t passenger officials of the I,. & N, who
-- ,-- say there will be no trouble to se-j
,. =a ...... ,. (cure a through train at Flomaton by
Tr tRSLlY TOLD. taking the train leaving here at 12:15

Mr. ad Mrs. H. A. Howland and &|c DajI IV& l T *
bMHael B. Blebighauser left yek-,. uKUOS L INCIHILU
tr on the noon train for Cincin- Ii
n %Mag will visit friends In Kentducky- IN I11 1 1 I
KMrW. W. L Vermillion died at 3:30
at her home. 625'
.t Lhe c e of deat. iTAKEN FROM SHERIFF AND
hal. ti ld. The funeral wi; STRUNG UP ON OUTSKIRTS
Ptll ar14 t the residence at 10 o'clock C
IH" morafa t s the Interment will OF CITY LAST NIGHT.
:We I S t. Joh'a hemete r.
Otkarf Soome, the infant son of
JautL J. L and Mrs. Bryan, died St- By Associated Pres.
IT r ant. Rev. P. H. Whaley Silver City, Miss., Sept. 2.-Arthur
W e*hisct the etueral services at and Talcum Wooward, negroes, were
m ee this ranng at 9:30 Ivnchel here today by a mob of flty i


i --.MM t e od y wil e t taken to
MOBlIL" Ky., for Interment in the
b7tug ground.
Mf,. l H. Knowles. who has been
L r 9 t frohvm the city for -ome time,
,- U he has beea spending in Can
ateturned to TensacXla yesterday
mm White in Canada he learn-
i Oef the outbreak of yellow fever
10116 4W rs e 6how*e Immeilately
+- USaiI GO** Aftention.
'Wi e Greever-Lotspeih Mfg. (o.,
1M INl'e, Tenn. for the liberal prop-
it Iti they are making :*r Blue Rib-.
V fI avortalg Extracts for ten .ays.
I I deal In free goods.


FUNERAL NOTICE.
ITe funeral of V. H. Wright will
ftke place from the house 24 W
r'egory street Monda,. Septemnh r
4, 19M. at 10 o'hlock a. m. The r,'-
mhans will be bur.'-d in St Michael';
cemetery.
O IERT BROWN IN JAIL
IN INSANE CONDITION


bobeit Brown, who rc~:dt- in a
small, hou"e on Paafi)-, u .marf. iF i.
the oouiit' Jail in an :isan -on
lio. having t1e-P3n 114; (CJI h- -.- I)r
Safe kee~in 7uni:' )it an !,, X it~i
am4 sert to tlhv ;'oin- 4a:'
Browi ~allad bn; in 1.c';i or~



cmfir(e I(,%t n J p s. 1
Maini; ;-up a!' rich- an-i :~a
the hoOt1n~g of an cwl.
D*iphthleria. porv threat. (cr4imp. In-'
ftnnt k-elief. p'erimin( w, tUlu. lor
moufl5 E-ciectric Oil At an-, drag



sac la Has Two Kinds


..of Meat Markets...


Those where" "oth::,z but poor,
ean, grass-fed. r.? ve meats
are sola. and to:e ilhcr pa.-es
where you pa:. d .;; price
for what you get that is fit to
eat.

We Strike the
Happy Medium

and give you the bst western
Inat, a a o-d.nar' pri'( s. Let
as s< nd your next Sunday 's
roa(. Phone 1132.

F. E. Gartland
2B E. Government Street.


persons. The negroes were ta-Pen
from Marshal Jackson and taken to
the outskirts of the city and hanged..
They had assaulted Andrew White. a!
well known farmer and seriously beat ,
him. (
t
ALL THREE OF THE GREEKS W
WHO HAD THE YELLOW FEVER If
ARE ENTIRELY WLL THEY DID
NOT RECEIVE MEDICAL ATTEN-.
TION. THEY TOOK BOSSO. HOW
CAN YOU ACCOUNT FOR THIS?. f


afmaa6. RM ft


^"I V&IArKf' tJ 0.tji JL,/l r&Jl K j .. ..* ,
Catarrh usually begins with a cold in! T D E
the head, but does ot atop there. The L I L
mucous membranes all become inflamd I
Sand secrete a hy, unhealthy matter I I L
which is absorbed by the blood and dis-
tributed to all parts of the body. The
patient is then continually hawking LI
and pitting, thcoe oe is stopped up, i
I the ears have a ringing or buzzing noise, U B /I i L
the throat becomes sore, and as the un-
healthy matter t:ore thoro-.-ghly satu-
rates the food a general feeling of des-
pondency takes possession of the system. Th Abandoned Vessel Lying ear
I uad Oatarrh for about fifteen year, Rt" .,, 1, s
a no man could ha e been worae. I Rat |c 1 Plfl
tried =rthlnf could hear of, but no .fll 'a, ,lU! 1^ .C. I5
*ood ltad.. ~ b"Rat" Islanand. 8. 8, Bein
the Arst bottle, and ar taking it Ba ur .
short while was cumed. This was six
years ao, and I am as well today as any
man.. I.thk Catarrh in a blood dis- The old I:alian bark. which for
eae, and kn--w there is nothing on carth
better for the blood than S. S. No- more than a year has been lying in
body thinks mor, of. BS. S. than I do ." "
Ldpeer, Michl. MATSON. shallow water near "Rat" island, on
Local applications cannot cure Catarrh, !he western bay rnt, is being de-
because they do not rcach the seat of .bhe stroyed by fire, and all during yester-
trouble. They allay the inflammation eay and last night part's passing
and temporarily relieve the disease, but j watched the destruction of the old
as soon as they are left off the trouble re- esel. the flames being plainly vis-
turns. The only wav to cure Catarnh is
tc treat it through the'blood. S.S.S.soon il from the beach.
clears theblood fall Caarrhalmatterani The abandoned hull was set on fire
purges it of all irrI.iatiing poisons, checks some time Fri,'av niiz-t. and since
frerprogressof the trouie and co-: that time has lbwn hurn'i. s:' a'lty;
pletely cures thediseasc. S.. S. keep and it is antic.pacld th.it I;v ti-nilhr
t. end -d.n r she will have been coinmpl e! (le-
i___ ftctordnersothat s: royed.
S it" can li inat The bark sunk in the harbor wi:h
m f-rom the --sten a carizo of lumber and ti:;il r,,- ah ':a
J lythat wstell r- two years ago, springing a Itak j ist
PURELY EGETABLE. asthevessel was prepare to sail
PURELY lVEGETABLE.d du.ce. Catn"i.r t Cuba. The cargo was e entuat;li
this great reed in the removed, and efforts ma I, ;: 1n1l.
thisgreat v,--etablermaedy in the uro repairs, but the ship wn a- 'l
of this dica-.e. Write for our book an ti rlpao .t this, hl p 'e .,
any medical aIvice you wish We mae of h an se '..a '
no'charge for ith-. towed to a point near 1'%R.1, .1
andil ti 1 i n l ';r il; .
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta, Ca. The vl. however. v;f, i


Still in Business!
GEORGE A. PETTERSON,
is now located at
Cor. Government and Barcelona Sts.,
and is better prepared than ever
to repair safes, typewriters.
guns, nistols. locks. light ma-
chinery and bicycles.
PHONE 203


v- ay of towv boats anI -! c "
t e'\ at iliat point, a. .: ,


',e'n stripped ( O al ima:; ; a ..
value, it was decided to ('-Istrot% ir'
by fire.

NDIA RUBBER.
fweoeeo of Tappinj the Trees an*
Preparing the Sap.


I ndia rubber, or caoutchouc. is a dry;
n -oagulated. milky juice. the sap of
trees and shrubs indimrenous to the
CAN COL UNTIES most unhealthy :nd inieces-ible re
Snglan in the equatorial countries o'i
|L ASF GOIViIT ? South America in certain areas of
west Africa and the Uganda protec-
torate. The mortality among the na-
CONTENTION BEING MADE THAT tlves in the quest for rubber Is enor
,Ious. The natives are equipped fo:-
THEY SHOULD BE WORKED their hunts by the brokers and venture
to the haunts of the caoutchouc trees
ON THE PUBLIC ROADS. n boats and by marches through miles
of thick forests. But the climate car
ries off the rubber busters like flies.
Ocala, Sept. 2.-A case of unusual and the percentage of those who r.-
interest was argue' before Judge W turn from the expedition is very low.
E. Bullock yesterday, Many properties of a veaptable emul-
Through his attorney, RI A. Bur- alon are possessed by the sap, which
ford, Walter Ray began mandamus contains the caoutchouc In the form of I
proceedings to restrain the Board ,If myriads of minute globules. The proc.
Count Commissioners from leasing' ess of tapping the trees ftr-the sap Is
he county convicts to W. B. Blount, closely akin to the method of extract-
which the boardcontracted t o do at ng sirup from the maNle trees in
hich the oar contacted to o at North America. The asp M collected
its last meeting, Mr. Blount to take in large vats. The julee 4sthen sub-
harge of the prisoners to-day. mitted to a heat and satok"Itreatment.
Mr. Blount is to pay $15 per month A fire of palm nuts Is made, nd a pole i
for adults; half-price for women and Is inserted in the vat containing the
boys up to the age of 12 years. *viscid fluid. When withdrawn from


URN' rEf Mr. Burford ntnded that th
It ft true there are peculiar spe- Mr Burford contended that the
mieus of humanity In prisone-cranks, board should have given public notice
treks, degenerntes and hardened and that they intended to hire the con-
vicious chr-acters--but so are th-re all victs instead of working them on ; zw
thee outside the prisons mixed in with hard roads, as hal been their policy
the other people of the world In the dlf- for the pat se .-ra] *vears. so as t,
f4-e.nut gri.1. of so-iety. The deliber-i put everyone who desired such labor
S ,e ,, on an equality and the county per-
ate professional crinmiral. with pecul- haps would ha'.'e ob.ain.d a much
I!ir and pronoun 5cd c'harneteristles and larger price for ihe'r hire.
r-ini: a diT'oi:-nt t-pe of man and He also cent :.ied that the noarl~
S.utafn. is to) infrequent to constitute had no right : ..t, mni at all. ; ,;
a defi:O!t' class unless he. with mnay under the statiu'ts county y convict
oti-ers not in prison, be considered a.s aie to work on 'he pr(lii- roads.
a member of a diseased class In hii Don C. McMuiiI. of Tanmpa, re.pr-
.. -nlty. Tho~e who do not ngree with sented Mr. Blo'int and Messrs. Loui:;
th Impreon a persist n lieving Dval and L N. Grt,-n represented
th'"~ 1prepriot anI persist In believing ,'h ,."ardofCommissoners.
th it there is a distinct. typical crim- T hese g le mn contended that
i class must f they study society the bar i' has the right to lease that
and aNlo h-.,cone familiar with the in- (on~IneCs. a'-t "h,' ;'1:. is the practice'
tintes of mor p'n:il Institutions. admit0r : nftr- '.rr- "' f Coinn-- Cr.1-


tat only a sm.ll portion of ite clas
a,-" confined tberein.--C. E. Ordway In
Atlantic.


Human Nature.
"We tried a new experiment In onr
town." said the mnn with silver rim-
med wpectanel. "We thought that the
tendency ta vanity wam so great that
there onglit to be some reward for peo-
ple who were capable of standing
aside and rejoicing In the success of
others. So we organized n society and
arranged fer the presentation of mod-
epty medalss."
"H-w <('I. It work'"
"Ridly. .As !qoon as a man wont one
of the mealn.s be would swell rp and
wPt so prol that we'd have to take
It away frm hlm."-Wnshlngton Star.


:n'issiotn rs in t. -a': t" .a: the iaw
d1 e no; ri-q ire thone to to ive' pub'.e
notice and that i' lces give them thf-
right to u-se di-er'tionnry power ;:
the leasing of the in the oth, r things over which' the
h ard has *'introl.


JOSEPH ROTH GOT

CERTIFICATEI


FROM LOUISIANA PURCHASE EX-
POSITION FOR HUMAN MUZ-
ZLE, KNOWN AS IRON
BRANK.


The Turkish Postman.
Postal conditions In the Interior of
Turkey are still in a patriarchal stage Joseph Ro'h. of this c!ry has re-
of evolution. When a rt,'tman ar- i .e from t ht managers of the Lou-
rilre in a villae on mul'back he dls- i ..ina" Purc:iast E.x-psiti )n of St.
i Louis a lc ,ter and certificate or
tributes the letters in a public place, award for. .th ,xhbit sen- f refiae of.
giving each hip own. and then puttin- aTh o e s xht was an iron bra or
.. ..... ... Te exnnh,;t was an iron Drank or
the nnelveor ones Into the hnds human muze. which M.r. Roth for
relntivet or acqnua!tnnces of those tw guarded thr-e, and which remain-.i
whom they are adniresed. YTet it t or exhiht: :on for some m< l ;hs.
matl that 90 per cent reach tliir des- The Irank or :iuazz' wa-- for some
ttinw in posse. ;i)n of a colored! man.
Truth Prevals. .ho had s1 !- 'i'd !t from Louisiana.'
4 1 hope." 'sh r, ni-orked ns she toevt l: ha. eviien'lv been used durn
with the n.ew litire i e ad just ,arlv Spanish days as a means of
., .... ,_ -'i'tt;ishnen' to uinriil. persons. It i,'
plal on her linger, this i' t a chear s,,rongly made and when adjusted
"nta on. ". .vcr the head of a person a srnal
"No.- he answer frankly: "its tth p:ece of iron ti;s into the mouth and
most exnewiive imitation I et'lld find. o\er the tongue thus preventing the
-ChicagoNews. party froan making, any noise.


the vessel the end of the pole is be-
emeared with the sticky substance.
The rublwr is then beld in the sm e


Issuing from the palm nut fire until
the sap coagulates. The treatment In
the peculiar smoke effects the curing
of the rubber.
When the operation is completed the,-
pole with its charge is once more im-
rmersed in the vat of raw cnoutchouc
and the smoke and hlit prf)oess re-
peate There Is a lamre knob or aneluinuilition
of rubber upon the end of th, polo cin-
stltuted of hundreds of thin layers ,,f
rubber. The end of the p:de is thr.n
cut out of the rubber. antd the spherical
nmass is duly examined by the broke
and labeled according to its quality.

A -aillian HITefeL'Reold Pet.
Brazilians train a s;t.,-. giboiia as a rat c;intehr. It is lifter.
fret long, Is harmnl,'s to the human
being. becomes quite ii tLosehohl p-t.
is lazy in the daytime. but at n ,i:t
m omas about the house in quest of its
prey-rats. These animaNi it promptly
ki'lk by twisting their iecks. Whien
Brazi7lians have to pass from room tv
room in the dark they tflrt put on their
slippers. It would not lie pl:i<-ant to
plant one's hare feet ou a cold slimy
snake of that sh!e.


W'leak Human Nature.
From min.; selections frim Marcus
Aurelius we choose this :hit s'ihowving his
keen insight i:to tl!.s tilk hima.iu l1ti k
tire of ours: "*I htve 'itrfcii wnt'iler'.


how It Is that every man loves himself
more than all the rest of imen. but yet
sets less value ou his owu opinion of
tlimself than on the opinion of others."
A Iuxw-y.
"But," ob).eted the heiress. "I have
6ten accustomed to every luxury."
*'t' l i] 1the mor reac son wh t r


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--I WIT IIII It iitit, 01- l 11YYON IF YOU WANT YOUR WINDOWS
should marry me." replied the iwe I YOU WANT YOUR WINDOWS
cuntous su'tor. "I'mn luxury my AND DOORS SCREENED IN A
self.' -Philadelphia Record. HURRY, TELEPHONE F. M. WIL.
--. -. LIAMS, 802, ONE RING.


Descrlptlve.
Mabel, who was viitini in the conn.-
try, was sent *o the barn. where the
hired man was shearing sheep. to look
for her grandpa. She soon returned
and said, "Him ain't out there; ain't
nobody there but a man peelln'
sheeps."--Chicago NewL.


* ALL THREE OF THE GREEKS
WHO HAD THE YELLOW FEVER
ARE ENTIRELY WELL. THEY DID
NOT RECEIVE MEDICAL ATTEN
TION. THEY TOOK BOSSO. HOW
CAN YOU ACCOUNT FOR THIS?


UNIVERSITY (


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::. eor !' Ill ,:.I' IV l, to th d,


E ocin tiP f a sec of ii h';!, of e.en:e; the shortM
SEmb 'cing the fol!ow!ce subj-ct3: ,,..,. 9 .,q a -*.i, ; '.3,
I. Language and Literawure-A-. ;ou-'. v..".. ':-ir .- A :oJlr' c -
year course e f-adingI to e l degree -, e:'-.eer. .1..
L'achelor of Arts, Greek is not re
quired, but is offered as ana :eive VI. N ;, -.'--T:9r9 course ftg-
throughout the course. 'ac!her: A .- 'e ~.:cou-se 'ea'ling
II. General Se'ience-Dividel int,) a ';i'. " t "r'o-y- co'_-se lea4
three courFes; I, Ch-mical c.umrse' 0 . n ,. Dl'oma; A io r-yae.
Mathematical course; Natural His:ory- cU e .-Ia ng to -ie degree of Bach,
course. No G-eek and only entran.-e "r ,', "aTo'y.
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1tur-year cour-es. erA. A .i'th ," .'1< .'lu --F.x' r.)enes tl
III. Agricultur---Four-y7-ar aad .tw.o.i .... 9u~ es ra.1 te1 l .pt.-pens S -+o,,ber 217.
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IV. Ernga n.r.ng-Four-year rou--? i .or Ca e.
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ftever, watch for The Journal's Sep- ColliUe's Wfekly .which paid more
member circulation record. for them than had ever been paid tor
Jany work of Ietion. These stories
Because a Green Springs corre- are regarded as the greatest pieces of
S* spondent has been writing some good. detective fiction ever written and The
W l though rather lurid, stuff about a sea Journal feels sure that its readers
Viy. WI serpent which he contends has been will enjoy reading them as well a,
3 MOION VX PT 1r MOOAV: seen there, another citizen of that appreciate the enterprise which
place denounces him as a liar and a makes their publication in his city
scoundrel and threatens to punch his Possiblei
Face on sight. This evidently over-
BHC OMPA Y _heated citizen seems to misinterpret Russel Sage, 89 years old, says hc
BfA- the significance of the sea serpent. expects to live to be a hundred years
SMost towns would be glad to have old and to see Missouri Pacific sell
-. one. at 200. Uncle Russ can't even car.-
'EAES ,template the mut'bilities of life wit!-
S* An ex-wife in Montana perpetrated template the mutbties of e wit
I?:i.----i--- a cleve-r little joke on her former hus- out thinking of the stock market
IOCUION IRAUIL band by marrying him twenty years The "Range" is the name adopted^
S***Oe o ...... after the:r divorce and not revealing, for the amusement street at the South
S | .ll- .,..,- 8 -t One Week .......... 1 her identity untJl the marriage cere Fjori'a Fair to be held at Tampai
*i al*-*.... I ^ WieeJy Nittle yOar.$1 60 iT.onys had been performed. This next November. We'll bet that morc
n11peW ali at e6 Mews Sag ~ a ought to come pretty uar being under' tan one cracker will drop his wa'
the statute relating to the obtaining before he runs that range.
x goods under false pretenses.
8 1 V 9 1M1ACOLA NEWSPAPER FROM WHICH A oETAIL o -- Out in Iowa there is a shl-riff who,
O-CULATUON r TATUMENT CAN BE SECURED. The newspapers have had a goo..' arrests people by telephone. Down
I deal to say recently ah.,aut a Califor- here in Florida it sometimes requires
mM- a"us A lS GtoEmunet M ria man whose heart, it is discovered. a shot-gun and a club and even then
ONE aol. L. i,' on the right side. Seems to us a man occasionally gets away.
h ,stere would be a good deal more
cause for comment if his 'cart werel The Atlanta Journal advises its At-
PWEACOA., FTORIDA. SUNDAY MORNING, PTBEMBER 905 lanta readers to cla up." After
on the wrong -de. lanta readers to c can p.
ofh oe is c-- e rthe Mayor Woodward episode at
***- .,MM-,lt of any of the other diseases mm The Joirnal bcins the publication Toledo the advice would seem to be
WHERE IT .S TO BE FOUND. tlon ed. i.; morning of the first installm-n' good.
I Ylow fever his been reduced t. of Sir A. Conan DJyl's great detec- -
The Pensaccia Journal is on but i:'le rore than a scare. W Len tive series, the "Return of Sh"rlock The Tampa Times is authority for
0- s aile at the following places in tbh scae feature of it wears off ii Holmes." There are thirteen com- the statement that Tampa has five1
S, e city: wil not be rezardei with any mor. piete stories in the entire series and t.usiness centers. Wouldn't it be
r+ .Ieok apprehension than are the various : they were originally published in more correct to say five business foci?
SDepot News Stand. p. other ills to which humanity is heir.
I m took Store. and it may, in fact, be eradicated at-'*4*.*1.4 *6<** .*.^>, *<,4^og4, o $********
Lewis HoMe. togethe-.

lm '1. Sok Se The annual trade edition of the Mo SAID OF PENSACOLA
'C- W&Mlan S ee Cram Parloter. bile Register surpasses in comprehen-
SWageheltm's News Stand.' sive scope and in completeness of de- A N D PEN SA COLIA N S
^ Walk"0 g tor. S ^Ptall any work of the kind th.t. hosL A ND PS C L I
_________________ trrecently come to The journal'ss a:- V
a,. ^_ i tention. The majority of these trade., X ^'^^^^*_f**>- ->< -'
editions make a big show with a lot
GOINO AWAY? of generalities and more or less lurid Kill Worthlea. Curr. have made an impression on The Jour-.
Whno ye IMave th*e cit for your descriptive matter about the sections Juage Ham died in Pensacola last nal, which we have always considered
i 1 eaMe ae The PTimwcbla e ae ule bt Sun.lay from hydrophobia and ri. to o,. possessed of good judgment. But
"e- ... -- -toew you. Notify circula. in which they are published, but the Kin., of the same citv. killed a mxa. now that The Journal is beginningg to
showing made by the Register is all do ar his place Mond night It believe," we hope in a short time to
Based on detailed and definite facts, mgi t be well for people to do away strengthen that belief. It would not
_- and every phase of the commercial with a lot of those worthless dogs th:at be hard to make the fact apparent to
Sof Deathsim life of the city is handed with a com- roam about the str-eets.-Milligan Her- a man of gooe d Judgment, if he w ld
Ye W F Cr ES pleteness and an accuracy that as in- d * There has been a steady growth In
teresting as the work itself was no Should Avoid the Rock. Gainesville for over two years that as.1
A coapartion of the present yellow doub difficult. The Registe:'s trade Pensacola and Jacksonville city almost bordered on to a boom, and
f-Ser situation in New Orleans t edition i dl p coun ils contemplate the enactment of still thb good work goes merrily on.
S deic of the past ought ion s a model production in every odiances separating the races on the Every man who wants work can find it
to a long way toward relieving tbe street cars. It is to be hoped that here, and we feel sure that it is "one
the- will avoid the rick on which the of the best towns in thd state.-
m re mention of of fever seems to have The Jcurnal's Circulation Ave,- law was "split up the back."- Gainesville un.
STallahassee True Democrat. I *t
Ri. Rcord f o Fi Y* In a surryle
A comparative statement of th. Record for Five Ycars. Mayor Bliss Acquitted. Fresh oystes are now being served
SnThe Journa's circulation statement layor Bliss of Pensacola has been Pnsacola restaurants. In a hurry. !
Ats yellow fever in the so:,t or August. just past, is published on' acqui,:ted on the charge of having dy- -Jacksonville Metropolis.
s given fo the yeas 18S and 1 is page to-day and we desire to namit in his possession; butthere s, Pensacola Will Try It.
7 15 direct the attention of ever adver- that there is still considerable Pensacola will now try a Jim Crow
August 1.... .. .. .... .. 7 t; iser in IPensacola to it. explo" ve material in Pensacola's city car. When the legislature hands (
AugW t 2.. .......... .. .. Not oni: that but in ordVr to show governr.ment.-Jacksonville Times- Un- law. When the legislature hands l
Augus 3.. .. .. .. .. .. ... 5 ist how The Journal s circulation ion. little patience is needed and all un-
-......... '... e, !as r.w hat ts reor i rlustrate morDynamite Force pleasant featires wipe themselves off n
August .5Augu.t...n.a.o.a1- ayor wa..r.cently r-the book. It Is not so that laws make 1
A S t .*: .. *.;*.. r e na fu t w at ;,s r icc urd fo r A ugust P acoia s M ayor was recently ar t? k Ot8so 0 e s a-
............eans.P weaalsosdMrecrtwarecentlyo- themselves respected and respectable.
August 7.... ...... .. .. 7 really n.eans. we also direct attention rested for having dynamite in his pos Jacksonville imes-Union. L
August S-. .. .. ...11 4 !o the ~st'a:en.-t'r hublishe.d beolo,w ioion The campaign fuss of the a U &


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Taking also fpe total number
deaths for August in the two previ
epidemics o i,) anlr 1858 and n
iag the conuparison we have the


lowing:
Year Deaths
1b.3.. .. ... ...... 5,133
bb.. .. ... .... ..... 1.140
178 .. .. .. ......... S.6
1905 .. ... ... . .. .11I
These figures in th(mse:ves are re-
mWrkable. but wLen they are cons'i-
eed in conneu:ion with the fact the'
the New Orleans of 1.(5 Is.
several times iaryg: thn the New
Orleans of the p:-(' ',as dates, and
that comnr,,rec an:i trav'.: an.1 not-
ably that with the' tr:,'pcs. has beer
multiplied imanifj,,. ir.ee tt olhi-