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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 7, 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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Latest Telegraphic News Service==Foreign and Domesticw= Furnished


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VOL. VIIl.


NO M07


PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 7, 1905.


PRICE,


) CENTS


ORLUNS



i IMPROVING


ths ad 31 New Cases
vsod's Yow Fevw




STRIKES ARE ON


hau s ad Tumsters Want
r Was and Shorter Hours.

CLASH IS THREATENED BETWEEN
HEALTH BOARO OF GEORGIA
APD THE CITY BOARO UNLESS
ATLANTA AT ONCE ESTABLISH-
ES QUARANTINE REGUIAT40NS.


L New Orleans. Sept. 6.-The
fever report to 6 p. m. to-day
was as follows: *
New cases. 31; total to date, .
2,142.
0. Deaths. 4; total. 298.
S New foci. 6. G
I Cases under treatment, 317; *
3 easc discharged 1.527. *


New Orleans. Sept. 6--The rain
$r the past ten aays has multiplied
pocAs in every vacant lot. yet appa-
sMtly so thorough has been the ex-
termination of the mosquito that there
lts been no Fecoodary infection and
- the diam*e it seemingly more and
ore wmer control in New Orleans.
There has been no seondary Infec-
t tibe he during the thirty days set as
a alaitma JiMat by the physic .L
TIe olgina' forty-four locks are no
lant'er a peri bole as formerly.
Two strikes arc now on. onr among
the teamsters and one among the
paitn;tr B','h are for better pay and
sbhr,.r hu-s than prevailed before
Sever came
The federal author!'ies are taking
great precaution against infection
from outs.ie points. .11 persons ar-
riring from ou:side pAints are care-
fuity ohwsrvei especially from in-
fe"ed p.ace.s. so 'ha' nr'w ca.se. ap-
peartng may )-e located promptly and
infection guarded against.
One New Case at Vlcksburg.
Vick.aburg Sep' 6.-One new case
of fellow fever is reported' to-day,
snaking a total of fifteen, of which ten


are stil under treatment.
Nothing New at Natchez.
Narchez. Miss.. S'p: ;.-No new
cases of fever are rep,'reod her, to-
day. Tw' pa: <-nt. are ti;ll under
ta.atment.
Mississippi's .-ever Record.
Jacksti. M.ss Sop: C- The Mi.-
siss!'spi y (,'v ox '.- er r(c irdi of '-ho
la'' 'wen*' -f ur h!o shows Vicks-
*burg 'r cases. o" n d.a',:'. G ':ifpor'.
two case-. M<%':sss:pp C:' .wo new
eav(-. Pear'!nzl.n. one n T
WORGIA STATE AND C!TY
HEALTH BOARDS CLASH.


Atlanta Sep" The Sjawe Ioard
of Health to' da: fi'," a notice with
the officer- of ,h, c.'v boar. thn" nn-
less the la::,o- sai'.sh,-s a quaran-
tine against i fn-,:ed p.,:n's wihin
twmeny-fvr hours. ho, sr'a't loardl
will esta&h'l:sh such quarantin, an 1
charge the" ci' of such ac',lonr to the
city of A'ln.'T'
'Te authority of the s:ate board 4*
likely to t que's'.ni1on'd and -wi'. pos-
S sIly be tesel in the courts.

INVESTIGATING WRECK OF
THE ILL-FATED PECONIC.
1ernanldi-na '~, --"ne o'' the
owners o()f '" i ''qat* P,,,icn c. Mr.
Jones. was ,in -,w. on Mn.'N la' :n 'h"
* Interest o'" *'' -o 't,, I s', a'e.r HI'
Ias far x x; >, { .:: 'f as a',s-
leod i r, rgar- I o s -. a :,', bxy
the 'el -irN -N
nad1 'he : v -*>a;'<, a'"h, ,., k
A sfln u'ar c 'o. -'r '. ''- ap;p3arei
to b -- .,,a 'ore rn'
name


RIVER


SIS TAINTED A

FROM CHOLERA


THIRTEEN NEW CASES AND TWO DEATHS FROM CHOLERA INtaER-
MANY YESTEROAY-PECULIAR CASE IN CENTER OF HAM-
BURG PUZZLING PHYSICIANS. Riots 0
Riots O


By Associated Press.
Berlin, Sept. 6.-The official bulletin
issued at noon today reports thirteen
new cases and two deaths from chol-
era during the last previous twenty-
four hours, shaking a total of ninety
cases and 26 deaths.
The infected area is considerably
widened today. The river Oder has
become tainted and three cases have
been reported from the administrative


TROPIC OVERDUE 28 DAYS FROM
CHILE, REACHES CHARLES-
TON, S. C.


By Associated Press.


Chraleston, S. C., Sept. 6.-The
British steamer Tropic arrived here
For Manhattan Beach, Where They today 2qS days overdue from the north
coast of Chile. Seventeen men are
Will Attend Equitable missing.
Convention. COTTON II CENTS


J. Knowles Hyer, Jos. W. Rieraand AND POSSIBLY 12
Chas. W. Gray will leave today on the
noon train for Manhattan Beach.'
where the annual meeting of the' DELEGATES TO SOUTHERN ASSO-
agents of the Equitable Assurance As-'
sociation will be held. CIATION THINK PRICES
These gentlUmeB go from Pensaco- SHOULD REACH THOSE
la as representatives of the agency of ......- .


Knowles Bros., who handle the bus-
iness ot that company here. They,
will be absent for several days, prob-I
ably returning in the course of the
aMtt 4eA 4daa.
VMward A. Anderson, another agent
of the company, intended making the
trip, but decided yesterday that he
would remain here. owing to the yel-
low fever situation. Mr. Anderson
was one of the agents to write insur-
ance in large amounts, being among
the top noichers, and had anticipated
the trip for some weeks.


Alabamians Use Knives.
Luverne. Ala.. Sept. 6.-This after-
noon at Rutledge. Virgil Walker, a
son of ex-Probate Judge John F.
Walker. and Walter Sikes, a brother
of Mayor Sikes, of Luverne, engaged
In a a'.ffculty, both men using knives.
and Walker was cut very seriously
and it is thought fatally, while Sikes
has a few slight cuts. Both young
men are members of prominent fam-
Fy connections and the affair is re-
gretted.
W. H. King. of the firm of W. H.
King & Bro.. grocerymen, and Em-
mette Kirkpatrick were playing the
game of pugilists this afternoon and
with a left-handed blow landed by
Kirkpatrick, King's nose wi s broken.


BASEBALL

September 6
By Associated Presa.
American League.
Washington 0. New York 2.
Boston 1. Philadelphia 2
Drtroit 0. Chicago 2, (first game.)
1)>t'-oit 0. Chicago 1. (second game.)
Cleveland 6. st. Louis 4.
National League.
Brooklyn 0. Philadelphia 3.


Southern League.
Atlanta 2, New Orleans 0,


r .Camnlridge. who" -0 hevisite
Sfor Last Week. flliv ity of w ch lie is ar
INURANCE MEN 17 MEN MISSING
IN UU RHUL I Lf FROM BR. STEAMER RUSSIANS LOST 130 DEAD WHILE BUREAU CHIEF
JAP CASUALTIES WERE SMALL.
u m. ... ... ... ....... H A S R E S I1


IN SORE ENVOYS LEAVE UNLY 1 NEW
SCENE OF TREATY

V Rl EUA RUSSIANS LEAVE FOR NEW YORK AND KOMURA SPENT DAY AT C S R EU


ccur and Several Hundred


district of Frankfo.- on the Oder. Are Injured in C hs
Thirty boatmen have been quarantined Clashes
at the Kurrin railroad station. I With PIli.
Another case, the third in Hamburg,! With Police.
was found today in the heart of tho'
business anml hotel district. The cas'
is that of a Polish woman, wife of a ARE STILL FIGHT1ING
coachman living in the thickly ponu-
lated alley. The physicians are p iz-
zeled as to the origin of the infection,
as the locality Is quite distant from
any place frequented by emigrants. Two Japanese Victories Reported


HARVARD UNIVERSITY-TOWN IS RESUMING ITS OL
PEARANC E AGAIN


By Associated Press. H> was n', r'ain.- by Prof. J. C.
Portsmouth, N. H., Sept. 6.-This Gry anil oir -. r a' Coloni (> al Club.
iold town is resuming its usual ways .xf hr,,re atw '.i p eo!t iy swt ciad
and appearance, following the cen tra;nm for N-v. York. i
of 'hle concl'lision o' the poea co confor- -_-
ence yesterday. I Thi Rsian m.!.s- Will Lu,.ch With the Pesident.
sion, hoad,'d by 31. \Vit letr this Oyster l3.\. S.p ;6.-- aron Komu-
morning for N.ew York on a special a anl Mii :r Takahira. the Japan-'
train. rhe rorna.ning mernt rs of the poe plodnii r.n: ia, ios, lunch wi:h
Japanese mission lef; also during the' Pr-o i nt ltr -i x : :. Saanmore i l.I
morning. Komura spot the day a: Sa:n r..iy. "Th. oni;m' evei:ng 1 M


,il rva .l \\', ,.: a' I r lt .,R ,,n w ill nine with
m alumnus ,' he 'neiilont.


D ISE OF 20 PER
B~AISE OF 20] PER


CENT GIVEN


EMPLOYEES


AFTER TWENTY-ONE YEARS SER-
VICE TENDERS RESIGNA-
TION WITHOUT GIVING
REASON.


Fever Conditions Show Great Im-
provement and are Generally
Satisfactory.


TO FUMIGATE CARS


Freight Cars Loaded in Infected
District Must Be Disinfected.


DR. PORTER ISSUES ORDER FOR
THE PROTECTION OF OUTSIDE


POINTS FUMIGATICN


AND


SCREENING OF HOUSES CON-
TINUES WITH UNABATED
VIGOR.


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...... .. New cases 1 ; total to date, -
y Associated Pres. 1 *7.
W ny Associated p ress. Cases under treat men, 12. ,
WashIngton. Sept. --r C. DeSal- Of the Postal Telegraph Company A- dAlo. w'.j ilt one.
Smon, for twenty-one years chief of their i .
Bureau of animal industry, in the' In this City, fr Remain-
! agricultural department, to-day ten-,
dered his resignation, which was ac- ing on fDuty A decided i,.crease in the number
cepteto by Secretary \Vilson, to be-i of new cases of yellow fever were
oome effective October 1st. The rea- shown last ni;,tiit. when the various
son for the resignation was not given i physicians ma;,, their report r." State
in the correspondence between Sal-' Manager McClellan, of the Postal Health Offls r Js t h Yh t Port,.a
imon and Socretary VWilson. Telegraph Company, has just received While thh day prJoihis f.u r new
a welcome communication from the! cases we:e reported, theie was only
head office of his company, In which ne las nihperaor at this ffin Hf trman
BUCKMAN BILL it is stated that a raise of 20 per cent. ester Union T graph y,
ITI I will be given all employees of the who was taken ill Monday night. The
A POLITICAL ISSUE company In this city who remain at family physician was summoned and
their post of duty during the period yesterday tre case was pronounced
that yellow fever exists n this cit yellow fever. he patient, who s not
that yellow fever exists In this city. dangerously ill, resides on North Reus
IT WILL PROBABLY CO'-)UCE TO This increase in salary includes all street, and while not working In the
LIVE POLITICS FOR AT LEAST employees, from the manager to the infected district, has been employed
messenger o boys. The same increase In an office which is within hIalf
FOUR YEARS TO COME. i block of the same.
IFOUR YEARS TO COME. s being given in every city In the The day passed off quietly, the phy-
south where the fever exists. slclans and state health official be-
Tallahassee. Sept.rythin The company will also pay all ex- ing hard at work in an .ffort to .stop
tends to s antiatn of an employee whois taken the a of the 'isease, anl from
tends to subtantiatn hi i an emlhat wh! t.a tile outlook last night their efforts are
that the Bucrllman bill ant *i that h;' 11! with hhe fever. including nurses, proving successful.
developed from its pas.-a.r will f :"- p.t a n,< nm.,li:cines, and in add,- A number of -usp ciou.; or doubtful
nish a live Isslue in p)o1i.!!- for the
next s hra e sor for-N- por -,orh:;o ion will carry the stricken pa-tv cases w-er, report, during the day,
lonext rhr or four r ;r prP mt n n none of these -eerit.d o be of a
longer. Its revolu'tonizin 'ects may, uP. )n h, p;a v rol urir, he roe.ov. rs. s,,rioius nature except that of .Miss
lik Tetnny n tli.). 11 t ". "','T r;:-, ;n i salary is ip;)rr.- ite I lintrhilns n, on East Gregory street,
The appointment of an sslistarnt. b *ii y i < IIn; ',, (,, ., ro.. w :.o ia] ,-. "o It is fear,*d :hat her ca e will develop
state auditor s'il' hang.., fir(. Ther f t:.- s '.\xan :,i iL n'linatiitn0 to) to i Jave into yellow fever.
are a number of candidrlo' as is. ai- ih( i-.
ways the case. and no on. ser'ns to Fumigating Cars.
have anv idea who will ct (lie ap Dr. Porter issue d an order 'e3ter*
pointment. W ILL BUILD BIG day that car-s hloa*d with freightt
WILL BVILD U I fronn Penrsa nia nius h ru igated
thoromudily bl.t',r- tep:iring ln from this
M- IMOLASSES BARGE 'cit itn rior to ". Pr': to
"' -- ~ "the point of slipni-nt This. hovev-
er. applie-s only to : s,,so cars addede d
within the info-teId i.-:rict. He alsa
CRAFT TO BE CONSTRUCTED IN gave orders that all oars coming la
JACKSONVILLE FOR USE OF should be fumigatd.
All Patients Improving.
ARCUBAN COMPANY. All patient, who have been sicken
with the distas(e ring the past
week. are now proi ;ssf:ng nicely. ind
.Ta' n, : ;,. ., pt. 6.- The M,'rr!!l- ifit is (x;.'c *d that th, y are on the
SS".ns S!; 1 !line Comnpan ha roadl to r-'r..r, wit'h "he, exception
.- 1 :'- 1 r taIt wi'h iR. Trufin &: of C. V ; .rs. who ha.- a very se-
(-",) f 'latvn,-. ('11a. for the bui 'i ng vere caf, ini KinR2 boarding ;iouse.
" ~ a ofi a :,'a-goln rnolases bargo : Il; o ondli'ion i a .' riihr at II o ciock
~Thf n-w ei. i re will be 1i0 fo', ;on-. was very s.er:os,. and physicians were
21m 1 : I ln will be f.' l, 1' ;) sliu moned ;it 'har h )r to attend him,
in "i)- ): L 1h' w!-11 have twi'-'un- a- ho hadl 'o):ne v, r-. violent.
0 r soonarnxvit' car-t Another'Change in Relay.
X' \ h,,n ropi:,' I'. "hI h* rg,;" w !' car-! Another rhango, ;in i relay at
r a; f :',;'-s in ranks. E.-ambla station has hartn r.,ade. and
/ ^''' ,ra4 : *h. ivery o w ;]', become, -'T-e tive th s morning.
,, ,r ,. ',. rn n' <, rt, ,ofor o n l a t fr,,'a i en-
,, ., a'* a' '.v. a e.r.c m- .-1a oa ha-s 1; .,-:i crnan -,-1., h ing re.
;i- "v;d ., that ;)oint b," a noh, r crew
-" 'h,'! rN-a r' fo,)r 'a-ha .P~'r, This
I : t I .' i in ho ,.v- r t. I r i 'a;"h i .e an
i ',' i . ':," r- 'clhan, 1 c.. r. n p''r rain r t rhi
-- ". ' ." ,, !i,. c a' .e r rr n= rr1ng its
S.-" : .-, 2 i an'. press.
'. (' ,.- Th, citiz-n ,,f ,twn a:.,ng "hi. line
'1- ran ',4 he P & -, .:- .' -a';sfie w "i h
"o nxt t ar~--a" .. ', a it La- ii --. fore
;hoon- ( nI I I I-., ,1, ; II ,....-f*al .cer

sa Tll 'I


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Fumigation r-rogr-ssing.
T"I- wr'< c f-:::. i "',, .l,1 f-eaB
*., . :n.'" a'.:;*a.i hi, :. IP. fact
-. -. . .n .nrf.--cted
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.. ; : *: .- - : -3.^ ia


STILL SILE.eT ON PEACE TREA-
TY, BUT THERE IS POPULAR
CLAMOR OF DISAPPROVAL.

By Associated Press.
Toklo, Sept. 1.-(Delayea'.)-Much
dissatisfaction Is evident at the peace
settlement and the hadicals anwd hot-
,heads continue .o express disapprov-
al. There has been no violence but
the police precautions have been n-
creased. The government continues
solent.
Rioting Tuesday Night.
Tokio. Sept. 6.--Rioting broke out:
here Tuewda- nlzht in connection
with the dissatisfaction over the re-
sults of the peace settlement. Sever-
al clashes wt'h police are reported in
which two were killed and five hun-
dred were wounded. The rioting
ceased at nianlight. The police sta-
tion's only property was destroyed.
Still Defeating Russlans.
Totio. Sept. 2.-(Delayed.)-An f-


By Associated Pres. ficial report announces tAe -aconpete
Asheville, N. C., Sept. 6.-There is a defeat of the remnant of the *lsian
strong feeling among the delegates *o forces at Nalbutu, on theb-' t
the Southern Cotton Assocfatlon that of Satkhall. 'The RissifM rt one
the minimum price for the coming hundred and thirty dead. The Japa
cotton crop should be near eleven nese casualties were small.
cents, with a possibility of twelve
cents. In Korea Also.
Toklo, Sept. 6.-The Japanese de-
feated the Russians is a Aeries of
Fumigated Western Union. sharp engagements in Northern Korea
On account of the fact that Herman last Friday.
Pinney, one of the operators of the
Western Union Telegraph Company, Jennings In DeFunlak.
had just been taken sick with the Mr. T. A. Jennings, of the J. P.
fever, the office of the company in this Williams Co.. has been spending the
city, was given a thorough fumigation week there. The quarantine in Pen-
last night by the men In the employ sacola has shut up their inisis,,
of the State Board of Health. This there so they they have to hunt other
work commenced at 12 o'clock, or as quarters for the present and may
soon as the work of the x:ght had been make this headquarters for the pres-
completed. ent.-DeFuniak Breeze.


(first


Samee)
Atlanta 13. New Orleans 6, (second
game I


Nashville 5. IAttle Rock 2, (first'
garme.)
Nashville 4. Little Rock 1. (second'
game. five innings.)
TBirmlngham-hreveport. rain.
Memphis-Montgomery. rain.
South Atlantic League.
Charles'on 1. Savannah 0.
Macon 3. Jacksonville 2. (twelve
inn T.c5 i
C.n'mbia 3. Augusta 5. first game p
Ci:umiha 6 Aucusrta 1, is:x innings.
F ectiol game


Railroads Deny Responsibility

for Private Car Charges


Insuranc,2 Co,-mpanies' Officers


By Associated Press.
Washincton '.ep: -The S.'uhern
Ra:way. A'lan'ic Coa: l:'e. ('.'onral
of (;Georg.a. Topeka and San'a Fe'
and the Pennsy'vania linos fl.ed ;he"
answer. to *h., inquir-s ocf The Inter
s'a'e commercial conim:s0sion. rei'lvve
to the re'ati ,on between -he refrig,-
rator lines and the railroads.


AlI but the last two claim they are
i in no way responsible for the charges
made by the Armour car lines. The
Southern amr.!s the charges made by
, ;he Armour lines for ref-igeration as
stated in the order of the Interestate,
commerce commission, bi denies the
-esp-nsibiilT. for such charges. ThI'
SA:ian c Coast Line makes the same,
general denials. i


-UNcLE SAM-NICKY, IF YOU HAD A FEW NEST EGGS LIKE THAT YO[ COULD SOON PAY OFF ANY
OLD INDEM NT1rY THAT MIGHT HAPPEN ALONG.


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S;) n' al :. i- o ..: ',Ir, i
*:h.usanol dollars. The salaries of t.,


S -r- .'i ;," -n ; are t-.'t ty-
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Life is ; 'pr.-,'n', !.' e '- d ,, ,,rt.
Fis.;. : :o o "'," :)-. '. .- ilirv
I. "* -i', I'; ( '* "7- .- "' 0.".- '-
Si fro vtho' iand dollars
down.


T E WEATHOR: Partly cloudy
I Thursday s.d Friday; light var-.
lable winds.


T HE JOURNAL'S Wan Ad. page
is always r-a.! by n.'arlv a:1
t ,, peoe '..


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I NEWS of WEST FLORIDA v
X e'? 4(SC


F"~BtULAHI I

Speciz~l to The Jo;..rnai.
;Si.en:,. f.-We are havingg
Itt u u! weather' Just now aid Awe
.:, .1.l:ng a~i~g~of it ana are
l nl- 1i. la be Sun "llitles.
Wk i,,-'~e oLr fn!7 sliaro, of refu-
-oxm the -:13- and -if th-' authori-
4 . ,ari a'e' i%,, in g i:iz t"0 I':clk


Otrict Quarantine.
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-.- ,~~ n of sphn , wnich I thin
S 1i 1n(v ". a the school I.a i',
i.i t,-.-**,, h r-e ',ar 1:. cnne week. I
S " n- s l th, cc dir.
S in scho l t.;a
a ,:. whr re they w\o:.
S y .:. v 1 rn to tie nti'i
i,,'rs !"ar Lo,, ws. and no tel'in
v,. t l *,' v.);'. g.) t.(fore they r
,k Ii aii 'that :hl e shiu
a'.2 " ;r t!'.' "' r 'r wa, a ,i;
',!cnlane or tro. an'id hat he though
lT r ,:. 1no ani t' at pr' 'seni. H
;,~ v.n ,;.",'S ;'.e situation and who
I), :: ec,-sary to close th
c ,. !' v.:' to il'n, pnd not before
A Good1 Sabbath School.
S ,.n .,'7a.c,, at PSal
-'i ; 'a : abllia'h. anld our ad
'a:, ,'. ( i. ha- grvown o large tha
S; ,. i tormn another cla.s
'r coutl! noti handle so
S -- Mr (;.oorge ravi
- a'' ;":' "> !,ie t chargee of Ih
S"1,, e::, '-- .: in wh:ch he will
i.. of all, as he i
\v -'i,' ;i i in ltcever in !he
:: v. (".' e(i SabIla'i
ha', n i t *wa not lluniyd a
Sa. 'l s. 'I was not called a


CONVICT PROFITS
WERE. $305,562.26


SELMA A BIG
COTTON MARKET


ALABAMA MAKES HER PENAL R YEAR JUST


SYSTEM PAY A FINE PROFIT
k the usual hour on account of the fu- TO THE STAT
n r ,ra! ,, i .1 i.. ... ,.f M.r. and M rs. TAT
ur din th scola ehh. Montgomery, Ala., Sept. 6.-In a re-
1, ')ple are-,el their ..mpathy to the'port made to the gvernor terday
i b ra ,. :-nts filling the Bap- it is shown that the actual net earn-
'I church to its f,.l capacity, Rev. wings of the state convict department
- Shelby conductingn the service. for the twelve months ending Aug-
g T-,",e w2: ,e preaching at the ust 31, were $305,5t2.26, against $267.-
aptis- church Saturnia_ ; .ff r~ ,-' 965.75 last yea-. The gross receipts
,; Fundav morning by Nev. Anderson, of for the year just closed were $540.-
I'(, 39.SS. with expenses of $25,1.180.65,
t hanks Mayor Bliss. nd amouns earned but not paid in
e I wish to thank His Honor. Mayor of$15,903.03.
e I wi.h to thank His Honor. Mayor I s shown that the convicts are In
,n Tlss, for his readiness in coming, at It is shown that the convicts are
e the rcqust of a couple of old' soldiers, the best shape ever known in the
e. t ho assistance of about a hundred state and that the death rate has been
cour'" i)(oplc. niwn and women., who, reduced to less than three per cen'.
"- .re va:n bucking a honre of ciityThe county convict system is called he
1- rn:s a'nd .nigeprs" who 'hadd curse of civilization by Phy.sician In-
t sw. d the heanih g ofrs' e two o: spector Bragg. The operation of thi
s 'h-,, ime. so the officers had to cotton mill has been satisfactory es-
o ri- i-s'uin: permits. The mayor. on specially as it takes care of convicts
s arriving a; h push, soon had things wvho cannot be worked anywhere else.
Going righ: and wo got our permits to
l ear, : own in short order. Such a
s Zcon,, as was enacted at the health
e oflTr shoul.l never have been allowed.,
h and I .-ay this to the crndir of Hon.
('has. H. :,!ss, that as soon as his
it ca la.',,n w. .s call tl t. it he pI)t a:
s,) -p ) it ri-1ht. Por the truth of this
-atmniien'" I r'f, r you to the Hon. b l
.John S. B1-ard and, other prominent
cilizens. It is horrible to think of the
S VIRTUES OF HONEY. PAIN and suffering which so
They Wer Kno,..wn Even ,ete,. many people endure, all because
Koran Mentioned Them. they don't know of, or fail to
"There proceedeth from the bellies of
bees a liquor of various color wherein try, HA LINS WIZARD OIL
i is a medicine for men., says the offering and pain wears out
Koran. But the virtues of honey were
known before the Koran said any- the brain and nervous system,
thing about It and by countless peo-
phs besides the desert folk of Arabia. i d OO Wrecks yOur physical
Not only has It long been used as food *d rental powers.
and medicine, but many drinks of dif-
fering potencies and flavored have been No need to Suffer If you will
made from it In England a favorite
drink of the old time was mead, which oly uWs this8 great modern Ccure
was made by the fermentation of the for t.
liquor obtained by boiling in water or pal abol
combs from which the honey had been In2g Curative and healing.
drained. In the preparation of sack
mead an ounce of hops is added to Used internally or externally,
each gallon of the liquor and after the Itgoe like lightning to the seat
fermentation a small quantity ofh
brandy. Metheglin or hydromel is of trouble, a d, by allaying the
manufactured by fermenting with
yeast a solution of honey flavored with inflam action, it drives out the
boiled hops. A kind of mead is much cau fall aliafil idekne
used in Abysslnla, where It Is carried
on journeys in long horns. In Rasit a d quickly makes you perfetly
a drink called "llpeta" Is made from
the delicious honey of the linden. The Well. Price 50 events and $1.00.
"mulsum" of the ancient Romans con-
sistd of honey, wine and water boiled Fully guaranteed.
together. "The "clarre" or "piment" For sale and recommended by
of Chaucer's time was wine mixed WHITE'S PHARMACY,
with honecy and spices and stratind Phone 180, Night Phone 446.
clear.-t h!cago News. Pensacola, Fla.


CLOSED WAS "6,000,000 AND
NEW CROP WILL BE


BIGGER


Selma, Ala., Sept. 6.-The figures
have ben complied and verified as to
the )ttou receipts in Seisna last, year
and show a marvel mis increase in the
number of balhs (f (u,):,n; recei. .1.
In 1903 Selma received up to Septem-
ber 1, 68.282 babies of c(.:on. T:. n( xt
year, 1904, Selmia roerlved 87.1';7
bales, an increase of 1:.')5 bales. Th:s
year up to Septemih-r 1, Selma receiv-
ed 125,931 boe, an r, :'ease over last
year of 3S,214 I ai.,l.. practically
doubling th-e increa.;, of the year oe-
fore and abo', do)'li:g ine ent.:ire re-
ceipts of 1t")3.
Selma's cr)p i)roughr over $6.000,000
this year, and- the increase in the val-
ue of the crop over tha: of last year
was about :;'.00o.ro00. The.-e figures
speak marvels and thetr results are to
I- P-i in thn erection of maI!V 'I.!


COMFORT.


CORDIALITY.


CIUSINE.


SOUTHERN HOTEL.
Pensacola, Fla.
ROOMS WITH RUNNING WATER AND PRIVATE BATEH&
LARGE SAMPLE ROOM&
Special Weekly Rates for Table BoarE.
F. L. BOWEN, Manager.
Formerly of Windsor and Ara gon Hotels, Jacksoavlle, 11orida
Li- -a..t


buildings and homes and a general
air of prosperity that is evident on
every hand.
THREE JURORS CURED Mountain View Hotel,
Of Cholera Morbus with One Small ^
Bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, d
Cholera aftd Diarrhoea Rem- Altitude 150 Feet.
edy. e1)
Mr. G. W. Fowler, of Hightower, e
Ala., relates an experience he had
while serving on a ptit ury n a Ng a g te mf North
murder case at Edwarlsville, count:. Nestlng among the mountains North
seat of Clebourne county, Alabama. Georgia, scenery and climate unsurpassed,
He says: '*While there I ate cor
fresh meat and some souse meat in' Beautiful walks and drives, 365 feet of
it gave me cholera mo:bus in a very -.
severe form. I was never more .ick piazzas excellent table.
in my life and sent to the drug store,
for a certain cholera mixture, but the
druggist sent me a bottle of Chamber-
lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Rates $7 $6 and $5 Weekly.
Remedy instead, saying that he had .S
what I sent for, but that this medicine Children Half Price.
was so much better he would rather
send K to me in the fix I was in. I
took one dose of it and was cure,] in
dve minutes. The second dose cur-
', me entirely. Two fellow jurors No osqutoes!9
were afflicted In the same manner r
and one small bottle cured the three
of us." For sale by all druggists. A
At a conference of the members of
the advisory board of the Pensaco'a *
Classical School who remain in the
city. Messrs. F. C. Brent, C. F. Zeek, A CI *esville. Ga.
H. H. Thornton, Sol Cahn, A. M.
Avery, W. A. D'Alemberte, Walker _______________
Anderson and Dr. Iuis rdeM. Bl-.rkcr, j' -IeII-"6-V
it has bh-n de- .iTd advisable t-) po*-
poce the date of opening the com:nn. PNSg 181
session of th school from SepETHOD LAUNDRY,
ctty are such as to Juslify an opvniug
by that date.
H. CLXY ARMSTP N'K.


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MAXWELL HOUSE, .
AUSTELL,GA. -
WRITE FOR RATES.

WILL E. MAXWELL.

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How to Judge
Beer


PURITY
leipmBaIz to GId k in most
bottwed b ecmuse their
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Bottled beers, as well as food products, are often adul-
terated with chemical preservatives, etc., which ior awhile
keep them f.'om souring, but are injurious to the stomach.
A. C. BEER is guaranteed to be absoltely pre and
free from any adulterant whatever. It is never exposed to
the air (which is germ-laden) but is brewed, fermented and
aged *or eight months in air-tight compartments, then piped in
tin-,i-ned pipes direct to the air-tight bottlingmachines, where
it is botted, sealed, pasturied and packed for shipnea

A. B. C.
The eMw MOWd e w*iy at the B ew
therefore the only bottled beer that can be aboolutelyg-ra'myweed
The Americas Brewing Co., St. Louis. U. S. A.
N. COLDRING, Wholesale Dealer
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DY OFDIZZINESS'U I I C I fln'


Coem to Hundreds of Pensacola Peo.
pie..
There are days of dizziness;
Spells of headache, sideache. back.
ache;
Sometimes rheumatic pains;
Often urinary disorders.
All tell you plainly the kidneys are
sick.
Doan's Kidney Pills cure all kidney


Ills.
Here is proof in ,Pensacola:
Mrs. M. White. of West Zarragossa
street, says: "Any remedy that will
make a cure as promptly and thor-,


GOVERNOR OF


FLORIDA


Committee Still Waiting for Dona-


Board of Health and Cireulat- oughy s Don's Kdney Pills did tion of Suitable Lot-The Leg-
my case is well worthy-of the highesI
ing False Rumors. my kidneys for sometime,roundicater islative Enactment.
by severe pains in my back and sides
Dr. S. M. Gonzalez, who was at one, Sometimes it was a dull aching ane The Governor's mansion committee.!
time connected with the medical de-. at other times sharp twinges. I also which was selected to build the home
apartment of the army, and who spenthad dizz ness and severe hea daches for Florida's chief executive, is still
timein o Havann thionec ard an annoying difficulty with the waiting for Tallahasse people to come
some time in Havana in this connec- kidneys. I happened to read an ad- to the front and donate a suitable
tion, was placed under arrest yester- vertisement in the papers about lot although this is not required in
day afternoon by Police Officer Burn- Doan's Kidney Pills and procured a the enactment of the Legislature rela-
ham, the charge being for interfering box at Sidney Kahns drug st, tive to the same, says the Jacksonville,
t'jff, 4 C Cu,.,h Palafox Strpt,- TI fest~


eq


for what you ge: that is fit Lo :hat appears will be made known and'
eat the cit:ren, are advised to pay no at-
tention to street talk and repeat noth-
Sn- theyv bear uniesa it can be substan-1
* W Strike the Uta'el by reference to the health de-1
pa-tmeat. It is conceded that the sit-'
Happy Medium nation is grave. but there Is no excuse'
for the Ftarting of false rumors and
and give yon the bes: western they should be suppressed.
Ineats at ordinary. price-. Let
us send your next Sunday's Pensacola Lodge. No. 2, F. & A. M.
roast. Pbone 1132. Regular meeting Pensacola
Lodge No. 42. r. & A. M.
Thu-sday evenIng. 8 o'clock.
F. E G tl n v Vaisiting brethren cordially in-
vited.
B L. Government street. C. McK. OERnING, See.
fta


WILLIAM ILLETIB
As Swblracl f eld the Oreat
Detecti


Cured of Lame Back After 15 Years
of Suffering
"I had boe,n troubled with lame back
for fifteen years an.l I found a comni-
p'.-pe recovery in th: use of Chat:-
be- lain's Pain Balm." says John G.
Bishcr. Gil'am. nilt This liniment bs
also without an equal for sp.'ains and
bruises. It is for sale by all drug-
g;sts.
FERTILIZER FREE.
Anyone wishing good stable manure
gratis, will apply to J. L. Pierce, at
The Lewis Bear Company's warehouse.


i t is ageu tor
and is sterilize
life. No pure
had for the ho
cr on draught
, made famous
WM. G]
p


yr V with the Board of Heakh and for cir- relieved after taking a few doses Methe erection of a governors manor Wou w UV
you *m colating false rumor.. The doctor and before I finished the third tx isheas lows:f a governor's manso Young women who
w ll an go" yes gave bond in the sum of $50.00 for hsI I was completely cured. I am no Section 1. The governor of the the girl is the brea,
a p ea a cebrre R codm e .i perfe ctly w ell and h health y as far as
S-mrytkin. appearance before Recorder Lneyin my kidneys are concerned." state, the comptroller and three suit- i tter if
the municipal court this morning. Fi r sale by all dealers. Price 50 able persons, citizens of this sate, tingy, no matter if
During the forenoon Dr. Gonzales, cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, shall constitute a commission to be with dull pain and
it is alleged, made some very broad N. Y.. sole agents for the United known as the "Governor's Mansionu
statements in front of the Merchantst States. CommLwion," of which commission; utterly unfit for wor
hotel, where the board upon which Remember the name-Doan's-and the Governor shall be the chairman beauty
bulletins are placed is located. A bul-! take no other. and the comptroller the secretary,. which kill beauty
MFletn had ust been ported and a large oThe governor shall select and appoint
"jpathe three citizens to be members of,
Crowd congregated, naturally anxious the commission provided for herein,! ]dPi
to see the latest report. IU I and they shall be chosen from differ-
C. C. Goodman, Geo. Arnsperger Dr. Gonzale, it is claimed, read the ent counties of the state, and he may
] bulletin, and then made some very fil any vacancies that may occur dur builds health and
--*..-----------... -.-. broad satements, saying, it Is allege U all any vacancies that may occur dur. builds health and s
.ed, that no fever existed in Pensace- ing the continuance thereof. The
ed, that no fever existed in Pensaco-terms of the office of such commisson creates the vitality
la, and that the present agitation was rA r m nO T[ shall expire with the completion of the creteh e tett'rs wr
SAY JACbeing carried on K for the purpose purposes provided for by this at ad
SAY ACKGuteras in Cuba, and had handled Lthe three commissioners to be so ap- the following:
o to le it your clothes alw&a look more cases of fever than all the doc .pointed shall be paid only heir ac-
tual expenses while serving as such. DEAR MRS. P
Tha' easy. I belong t tor I Pensmhcol (Continued from First Page) Sec. 2. It shall be the duty of the E. Pinkham's Ve
at's easy. I belong to th Some one heard the very unwise re- commission a soon as practicable a Before I took the
marks, and within a short time a wa Before I took the
I P d* Q rant had been sworn out for the ar- AlH seetlons are being screened. Drs. ter their appoltment to select and Ac-
I rest of the doctor. D'Alemberte and lCennealy have been quire a lot or tract of land within the and monthlies wet
kept busy at this work and have ac- corporate limits of the city of Talla- me no good.
They keep complshed good results, although hassee or its vicinity as the suitable Your medicir
them Is good shape and only charge c a of Inemnna. some residents have -rown many ob- site for the erection of a building or| work without con]
eone dollar per month. Why doe'tj Indigestlon nearly always disturbs stacles in their way, and in some in-, buildings thereon to be known as tl.ei I am In bette
ye )o? Just ring up Phone 475 and the sleep more or less and is often stances have checked the progress of governor's mansion, and to select and' mdi I
give Malcolm White your name, or the cause of insomnia. Meay cases the work. It seems, from reports re- approve plans and specifications for| remedies. reco
os agene Reese at Johnson's stre. have been permanently cured by celveri from some sections within the' the construction of such building or
Chamberlain's Stomach and LAver infected district that residents do not buildings and for the complete fur-1
Tablets. For sale by all druggists. care for protection from the fever, nishing of the same, and shall con- Oh, if American g
e. WHIT and heap abuse upon the physcianc tract for the building of such mansion
-- -- DRiAT APTIII V when they call to fumigate homes. and necessary outhouses and fences, One life to live, ar
tUrR EMm A TiV II Of course., if this continues, it will including the painting of the same and
Sand Optlm f call for the arrest of Lae parties, as for the proper laying out and adorn- strength!
Il e rl 11 ru. IN LUMBER TRADE the officials do not Intend to put urp ment of the grounds surrounding the Mrs. Pinkham e
with it much longer and will invoke same, and to advertise for plans and
J- the law in the premises. specifications and for an architect cordial invitation to
Drs. Hargis and Byrd, special as- whose duty it shall be under such em-
TERSELY TOLD. ALABAMA MILLS ARE RUNNING sistants to the state health officer, ployment by the commission upon the strictly confidential,
were kept busy yesterday answering i acceptance of the plans and speciicsa- ably has th very kn
t dtor Pery S. Has. of The FULL INCREASING numerous calls and visiting patients tons to see that such plans and spec- ably has the ery
o returned to his work esr THEIR OUTPUT. who were reported as being in the Ificatlons are properly executed. Lyia E Pi
tal returned to his work yester-I doubtful class. Sec. 3. Nothing in this act shall Ldi E. kam's
Dr. Porter Talks. prevent the acquisition or use of the
Twle defendants were before Re- park or square In the city of Talla-
corder Laney in the municipal court; Birmingham, Ala., Sept. 6.-The State Health Oicer orter, who ha ssee known as "Jackson, Park," )r
yesterday morning. Of this number' lumber trade in Alabama is very ac- been called upon during thepast few Jackson Suare, for site and
two cases were continued, one de- tive and the prospects are very bright days to attend to a large part of the such commission are autrized to as-
feam ;te# ,eQ' ovw- o the county am-14or- the balance of the year and far business and to answer hundredsof in i sch ptrk rI i s the a..r4tot--
thorities. three de!enlan's discharg- into next year. 0. A. Sibley of the letters and telewrams, was seen st property of the state or may be law-
ed. one given a sentence of thirty Frost-Sibley Lumber Company of night. He will be somewhat relievedfully appropriated to the purpose of
days, one ten days and fines imposed Lamlstbn, Ala., which concern is a today, as his secretary arrived his act, and if such commission shall
amounting to $19. member of the Southern Lumber Man- night d will be of uch service find that such park or square s sut- Extra rom revised Stat-
obrt F. Brown, who had been i utacturers' Association, and which has attending to the correspondence.n ak(t rac
Rbert F. Brown, who had been actress Association and which as asked as to the situti gen- able for a site and may be lawfully "Sec 766.-PENALTY FOR
the county jai! for seeral days. plac- a p:ant reported to the Yellow Pi'.e When asked as to the situation gen- appropriated for the purposes ot this SPREADING F A LS E RE.
ed therI am sawinz wood, knockinouoo, act and shall acquire the ae for such .PORTS OF DISEASE.-Any
be had partly los" hi rnd. was yes- Louis, was in Birmingham i odav en and saying noting. purposes by indefeasible title in feey person or persons who shall
; ""e vania When ques- s not^ g. simple in the state of Florida, then, e pesn w shall
t rday discharged from (custod)'. ha- route to Pennsylvania. When ques- will say. though, conminued the .*. i s o l falsely Or maliciously disseml-
hag recovered from his illness. He owned about the conditions n thelum genal health ofcer that if cae such commission shall file in the of-re-
bas returned to his home her trade, be said: Ing to be concealed from the physei- y of Sn e e wrt- p ortseconcerning theaexistence
"There is a demand for more lum- gans for several days at a tme i ten declaration of their having select-any Infectious or contagious
The regular meeting of tO Board of her than is being manufactured, and an for seera at a tme ied and the the state having acquire
Pihl Safy, which was to have bee prices are high, finished n the rough be much harder to control it and era- par or sqare or su site; ase, shall be guilty ofa
pricesaromhina,"esdo gsuch park or square for suh : disdmeasr, sall beu of a
bod last night was postponed on ac- selling easily, f. o..b. cars at the mills cate it from Pensacola. Any ase of provided always that such commission'# misdemeanor, and upon convic-
count of eeral mm rs being ab-at $25 per thousand feet. In Alabama fever ou the ornary should be shall exercise their Judment whether therefore, shall be punish
seat from the city and others resid- during July there was an Involuntary promptly reportal to those who car to select such park or square for sun ed as provided by Section 765.
lIg outside the city limits. Thepleet- curtailment in the production of 7,748, make a diagnosis and this may purposes or acquire some other st "Sec. 765. Shall be fined in
tag wil be called in a few days and 401 feet caused by the wet weather vent a pead of the disease. and erec buildings thereon and im- a sum not less than $100 nor
ahered eIe nouddigeteronanntagioasmot lan$$10 0
will then be held in the forenoon. During the month of August there was 'fThre first h e orf or t prove the same as provided in this more than he$1,000 cutor be Impris-
considerable more lumber shipped out at eact .e n the or or n
Retail rI oce Attention. than was produced, the stock on hand 'patient has been stricken, therefore it Sec. 4. The commission shal'l lt* less nth."ree nor more than
Write Greever-Aotspeich Mfg. Co., hbeng reduced considerably. Sh.p- s very important that the first sign of Sell. 4. ontracs to the lowemmissio n shasix months.
poxville, Tenn. for the liberal prop- ments of yellow pine lumber from Ala- sickness should be reported, in order all bidder or biddac to the lowest hallrequsponsible
ersition they are making on Blue R.Lb- bama during the month of July ag that not only the patient may betreat- from the contractor or contractors
bgn ilavoring Extracts for ten days. gregated 25.144.168 feet. All the mills ed, but that the proper precautions be undertaking the work, or any portion
Dlg deal in free goods. are increasing th.tN capacities and, taken. thereof, as a guaranty that the same YOUNG COUPLE WEDDED
should there not be too large an out- ._____ will be properly done, and that said EARLY LAST NIGHT
EMPTY BOTTLES. put after the turn of the new year. the: building or buildings and improve-
Fifteen cents per dozen paid for active trade is going to hold up right' In Your Home ments shall be properly and complete. Mr ., Archie Dunn an-I Miss Tipple
eapty Bosso bottles at Nick's res- along." Sloan's Liniment is the best antisep- ly ercted within one year after the .Amo ; a Hoiud were weddeJ,1 last nignt.
taurant. Nineteen mills in Alabama are re- tic to keep handy. Kills yellow fever said contract is let, a i)ond with good' in t e presence of a few friends an1,
porting now to the Yellow Pine Lum- and malaria germs. and sufficient surety, and conditioned; rola1i\vs. ,Jd(lge .as. R. Lanlrum per--
STEAMER POE RESUMES her Clearing House, headquarters in' as above indicated; and such corn- forming the, ce:'emony.
HER FORMER RUNS. S'. louis. Considerable oak lumber' -.___ mission is hereby authorized and em- Mr. Dunn. in order to cureue hu s
is being cut also in this state, reports powered to do every other matter and bride w\va compelled to hbrek quarm-.
The big army quartermaster from that source being healthy also NEXT thing necessary to the carrying out of tine regulations to reach the city. r, r
steame- Poe. wrich formerly plied bhe- the purposes of this act. this he did. and shortly af'rr -' ,oC "I
Seo-.S5. That the sum of $25.,00. or' the ceremony was performed.
tween Pensacola and the forts, bit( Chamberlalnts Cough Remedy AM. SUNDAY See. 5. That the sum of $25.ono. or the ceremony was performed.
which w"s ordered to Fort Morgan so much thereof a's may be necessary The bride is a daughter of ('apt.
for service. has returned to this port Nature. be and the same is hereby appropriat- I Mark Hiiurd. and has many friends in
ag resumed her forme- runs. Medicines that aid nature are al- I N ed out of the moneys in the treasurvj the city. as well as the groom who is
The Poe replaces the steamer Baker, ways most effectual. Chalmberlain'c not otherwise appropriated for the highly esteemed.
which wa found to be inadequate to Cough Remedy acts on this plan. It THE JOURNAL purposes provided for by this act; and
handle the business of the post. and. allays the eough, relieves the lungs, no payment shall be made except hy
which has been sold at public auc- aids expectoration, opens the secre warrants drawn by the comptrolleri
tion. tions. and aids nature in restoring the on the treasurer and upon ;,emiz n
The Poe is well equipped for ban- system to a healthy condition. Sold 1 accounts approved by the commission,
41mg f eight and passengers between by all druggits. or a majority of them, and dul audit- .
Pensaeola and the fors. The same ---- ed by the comptrolle-, ant no tmo'-e
crew as that in charge of the Baker BREWTON IS KEEPING th'n the sum hereby appropriated
s on the Poe. CLOSE QUARANTINE GUARD shail be us"d for the purpose of tirs .
-_____ i .... aer; provie-,l however, ani it is di.( ', '
Brewton. Ala., Sept. 6.-As yellow tinctly uinlerstood, that .n case said i
a a T fever continues to spr-ead in Pensaco Jackson or other park or square in th.e,
PrenSC01 HaS TWO Kinds la the Escambia county officers and ci:y of Tal'ahassee shall not be solec: -,a I.
guards are d-obl.ing their efforts ed n al a 'quired for the purposes of '
keep i fr-m gaining an entrance in- Ithis a': then no money appropria'ed
of N Markets this county. Th not a case of Iby fi" shall ho u I fr any pur
o*** *.*oo suspicious sickness of any kind any- \ Pe of th;s act untnl a site for such
whe- t in the county at present, not- man..on situiable to said commission
wi(hstanding a few wild reports. The sBha!l hav- b'en d. nat ,.i and conv(, -. 4
county health officer is constantly be- ei by I)rop r deed in fee simple free I
Those wh,.re nothing but poor, ing harassed by false reports being from all in.-umheran es to the sta'e
lean. grass-'e,. na: ve meats brought to him of fever in different, of FGcrida wi', ,er cxvpnses to said Dove Brand i,
are so'c. and the other places po-tions of the county'. He is on 'he state, to be used for the purposes of made from th
where you Da' douire prtce alert, and the first suspicious sickness this alt. :. .. - --


IDEAL BEER"
s pure, wholesome and delicious,
e finest malt and imported hops.
r months to prevent biliousness
zed beyond possibility of germ
er, more beneficial beer could be
ome, for all outings and picnics,
. Always call for "Gerst Beer,
by the sunny South."
ERST BREWING CO.
mNASVL TEN%


PETER BELL, DISTRIBUTOR, PENSACOLA, FLORIDA.


THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, THURSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 7, 1905


OFFER OF ASSISTANCE
FROM CINCINNATI. Legal Advertisements.
Mitch Jacoby yesterday received a ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.
letter from Moys Bros., of Cincin- Estate of J.ames Robertson, decease.l.
nati. in which they make an offer of Notice is hereby given that on the
assistance if it is neodeal in Pensacola. 21st day of December. 1905, I will ap-
The firm has just learned of the ex- ply to the lHonorable Probate Judge
istence of fever here, and thinking of Escambla county, Florida .for a
that possibly assistance might be final discharge from the administra-
needed, requested their agent, Mr. tion of said estate.
Jacoby, to contr:hute their share to-i MRS. MILDRED ROBERTSON,
wards this fund. Administratrix.
Mr. Tacohy replied that as yet as- Dated June 6th, 1905. 6juneoam6tu
5,stance was no' ne~ded. but he would
inform them if such should be the Ir. County Court, Escambla County,
case. Florida-By the county Judge ot
S_ aid county-Whereas, J. S. Nicholas
has applied to this court for Letters
DOES YOUR SCALP ITCH? of Administration on the estate of
David Sheehan, deceased,, late of said
Are Your Hairs Dropping One By county of F('ambia, These are there.
One? fore, to cite an I admoni.uh all and sin-
S;e lar tho kindred And creditors of said
If your sealp itches you are doubt- deceased, to be and appear before this
loss suffering from n'andruff. The court, on or before the 22nd day of
dandruff germ is digging up your September, A. D. 1905, and file objec-
sealp in little flakes, called dandruff tions, if any they have, to the granting
and sapping the life of the hair bulb. letters as aforesaid, otherwise tge
No hair prpara -tion that is a mere same will be granted as prayed.
Sair stimulant ai.,l tonic will cure Witness my name as County Judge
dandruff, because it. v:on't kill the of the county aforesaid this 10th day
ern t'hat cai'e-z the trouble. New- of August, 1905.
,", 'i lIie.pl, I. :no late-t scientific HENRY BELLINGER,
discovery, and it will kill the dan- auglloawsw Cosnty Judge.
.r'iff Len-ni. t)esiroy the cauz.-e, and
vini remove t!, effect; kill the :.-'rm Neitherthe Captain, own.
:in.,! xm will ha\e no more dandruff. 'ers nor consignees of the
f:.llin: hair or baldness. Soll by W. Br ss Mariner will be re.
.\ D)\',nher'e,. druggist and apothe- sp)nsible for deb:s con-
car-, 121 S. Palamox street, Pensacola, tractedl by the cre. of Faid
Fla. Sind 140. in stamps for sample vessel. C. W. BUIMlB, CapL
to The H. rpicide Co., Detroit, Mich. ; KEYSER & CO., Consig-nees.


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PENSAOOLA, FLORIDA. THURSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 7, 1905

.--#',' -.'#-# -'',f^"':'^-^M from I:h,-a force. Just woe persons-
The .rrnal' ma !!nz erk and thc.
f. WHERE IT IS TO BE FOUND. The rr -n erk and the
.___ .;:anna -'*na::: Tr-and.e the pa-
4- The Pensacola Jou-na' is on P,'r bni or, t r.ach's her. and th",
t sale at the following places in ?- work at this end of .-.e line has to bL
4. the city: cone so fast that a mosquito could not,
,' Eacambia Hotel. -
' 4- ay Hote!. .ind ::me t conceal himself in th(.
.- Coe's Book Store. foids of toe paper even if he were
4" Depot News Stand. there ready for that purpose'.
* Gem Book Store.
*- Lewis House. '- IS IT WORTH WHILE
'- Merchants Hotel. : TO CLEAN THE CITY?
* Southern Hotel.
- Thompson's Book Stor-e. Tlhe irmincham Iedger says:.
*" Wagand Ice Cream Parlor. Thtere is a dela:e in the press as to
* Wagenheim's News Stand. n wi-ther it is worth while to o to the
' Waiker's Book Store. exlt'nse ,,f cleaning a city. if yellow
. fever is only spread by insects. That
-it, JM .'-.*., -'.: -. 44-, is a little like the argument of the.


a.
GOING AWAY?
When you leave the clty for your
summer vacation have The Pensacola
Journey t fllow you. Notify circula-
tion Tanamger, Phone 38.


Existence of Fever May
Prove Blessing in Disguise.
1: may be that the .ellow fever on
the Gulf coast will really., so far at
least as Pensacola is concerned, prove
a b:ess!ng in disguise.


11 the lever- should result in the
et-'-blihmr'nt of a federal quaran-
ti i *)ystem-a s5 .tem that would
IPrT'vidd the same quarantine require-
ments for New Orleans and Mobilec
an<: evTry other place on the coast as
a., required at Pensacola-it would
1"i. the biggest thing that could happen
S i't : acola
; vou!. In fact, recompense the
1 .., .' ... .. .. _u __a .. r


man who saw no good in atninig Tor
Sunday if he were not. going to
church.
A city should be sanrarily clein,,
even if there were no disease to at-
tack mankind. A man should be good!
because it is right to be good and n6t
horn hi.,.- i. aliraid tht- Ouvil n-will e


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IMMORTALITY


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Our ugly firms alone would seal our
fates
And bar o:ir entrance through the
golden gat'.
Suppose that death should take us
unawares.%
How could we climb the golden stairs?
If maidens shun us as they pass us by,
Would angels bid us welcome in the
sky?
I wonder what great crimes we have
comrnniti ed,
That leave us so forlorn and so un-
pit ties',
PerhapS we've been ungrateful, un-
forgiving?
"Tis plain to me that life's not worth
the living."
"Come. come. cheer up." the loyal
worm replied.
"Lpt's take a look upon the other side;
Suppose we cannot fly like moths and'
millers.
Are we to blame for being caterpil-
lars?
Will that same Go, that doomed us
crawl the earii.
A prey to every bird that's given birth.-
Forgive our captor as he eats and


Lt. s t l. is a il a lUi tle ,e v i .l n j -t i l 3ngs,
him if he is not. A person should be And damn poor us because we have
clean because it is proper to be clean.! no wings?
{if there were not another human be If we can't skim the air like owl or
: ing on the earth. A city should be bat,
clean without regard to diseasase germs. A worm will turn zor a' that."
\While it seems to be established They argued through the summer,
that mosquitoes do carry yellow fev-r airtumn nigh,
from person to person, it is common The ugly things composed themselves
sense to know that mnsnoitooe do not to die.


originate yellow fever. It is bred in
impurities of animal and vegetable
lmat'er. It has been originated in NewI
Orleans and in other giif coast tovwn-.
The mosquito disseminates it. When
conditions are ripe the disease ap-
pears and then it spreads. Clean.i-I
nesss will not only prevent, but will
actually abate yellow fever.
But aside, from all debate, there
ought to be a regular annual clean-up
of ail towns iesiles the constant work


'A , tor -i and more,'
t.a j ,ie c(an p ssibl) suffer as a re-
.': ,'! the fever's existence here. VOX POPULI
As prescin. Situation demon-
Srate-,. P(nsa(,ua and the whole
c.;ntr- are now suffering in the mat-


ler of health a nd safety from the lax
cua-raT:i'e Fys:cm of the sta-e of
I )t:i.siana.
As everyone has known for years,
]'::sac -'a has sufft red cemm.rcra:lv
fT-Tn thle fact that New Or:-ans. Mo-
i'.. and o'hcr G::!f ports hate,
thiiU.in t.hcir eaey stai:e quarantine
cy b:ern.s, been ae 'o handle certain
im;,ar, commerce which Pensacola
could not get because of her more
tr.nag.' : quarat.t ine requirements.
I nd r a federal quarantine -y;:em.
which we trus: w.i; coie as a result
of the present fever situation, the
otLher- ;,'; poor's wii! ll e re: tuir ,d t.)
du liusines. under the same quaran-
"LIT'e r't-uia:iuns as is5 i 'fusal ', and
wha' :hat il;: mean to this city, it
do<. n :t rquii.r-, niuch of a business
1... o : (1 O Ilprt'he di
A': :ih, Golf por.s will then be on
:a: ioowiusg-a : can co'-.;,t : ,- on
t,-- -a.n( basti, fir :he impOr com-
ine:ce of thn. *r-i. c.--and al. will be
reQd,"rt to ,": -> :- pro;'.'r pre-
cau:ion:i fo. th!- p"<. ('en:ion o! disease
fri.m : iat sot..- -
V\'e rei a: :f :ht c~.steuee of .vel-
lorn f, -r a ;s ::!ne. ..areatening a-
It OA- s. he :la:-'Ih f the whole Sou h-
frr ,':t .-' a cjl in the s',abt-
lis'mn:i: f a f., o q-al quar-ant;inre s:-
tem'i i: wi.' pT.n\ h-ie Ligges: C.ss:g.:
that !' -,is ,eu.; a.-! for or even
L 1",p t. L :''.Ce:Vt'.


Young Lady Need Have
No Fear of Infection.


A ya:' :n inv subscriber in Mari-
anna v:'ri-e Tht, J.irna: a.- fI-ws:
"If P itre is the- s:gh:,est dang .r .,f
w s or nicr-'-hes bia;cng c inv%-k ,
In h f, 1 .'s of the papi'r, y,'u .
ptese iiescantinue n:' pap: r un..
this Cr n .t;i i -' R.'s-'Z, :.
at : t: I '- p bi I -' z
fan .: :
WVe I ez to '. '' t r you;nz fri;',,
that (..'" i5 to"' *' sl.gutt.t lang(r
y i. v '' *. r : ':i. '. r. a
CVF;:':" : "7. :- ,.:'x- ,':,- v ;" '
wa ch "-, : :; ' ,'s .':
with ti. : ". -: a: ra; i. l.y -' .i:-c
ito o'n .y a -(-'a :. l.:.1 of mo*Qi.'.o.
wh!-h has l'.' previously bitten a
person who has thi fever.
The Journal a-::res i's young
friend that s,' ca(n real her pa;er
e- ry day ,i'h a: ,- it:'ely no danger
\t getting ffrer or any o:hcr disease


ANOTHER TEXT FOR QUESTIONS.

E,]l: I see in The journal that the city


wi': have the ice carts carry Fcalc-.
I see also that the lion. A. V. Clubbs
h.-4 :aia r- ''he It' i a b a a a a x to:
t1.i wmu ( :., ,,in il l hat lhe y necl
i 'e-.', o \ ,"'-'~ heir ac ions as city
C, ;::!-ilnvIni.
S i"7Ik ,o ( nian wi'l deny the net-l
if -:, sis cit eist r case. But in over!
'- -'x '. ':".- 'h; I eha\t.- s l o i
ST i V.t ': are itnl have 1 b.--n
' ne in P,,tae.s- la ann.i Et .,it:i', I co Tni ui-d :iha' suF h scat es arel
1:,t! kn,-wn or at leao-t not usol.
r-',r n'nml,-r ,f1 years the lion. A.
V C'-,bis has b-,-,n a member and
'i!rm.-in of Fzcail;!a County School
it 'ar-i Ik 1 .i4; t,-osc that boar. i.-
the' (ownt r of c1-a' .-
The .tj cl: of pibI ic schools is to
z.ve to eac-h child an equal chance to
\i amr. so 1!.a' tv,'r\y t;i. may\ be able
* reall a:-l :hink.. Th-reby making it
\>.-.irt ,',> ftsr the :'-p iulic t'o: live.
T'ha: 'n,'t i" ca.-,. should not the.
'I:;i n ithe c.,Ti'ry ha'.' the chance!
o c. to soli -1I as many days and in
a.- co-i I a house as the city chtll?
lit: 14h sihoo)' board gives thel
- l:a c'.",nr'y s.'-h'ols four monitho s.
,,i :n w,;: no:' d.) *,hat w- 1; if
'.i,,- '" \! n s.ivy no less) and 'he'
c:'x * c: sC)a:- ,. R SMITH.


POPULISM.
. Tom Watson in His Magazine. -X


The People's Party stands for the
d rine that the world's stock of
-a!::> and of opportunity belongs to
-' I' ,li ;i'i!- ,, 'e won or Ocst On t'ie
a-, < : sr" .'--nt .
We av- :that ,he a t ::'ies of advance-
mni : sr. t .' no't i'e c( ,ssd up by class
",.- :,'a' tl. \Vo sa- i.: a cumulajot
w -h soi not be alowed to sur-,
r. in-.l 'f w 'h s'a:u'ry intrench-,
'. ':. p nff co: i:p':rion. Th!,
h ihr sf i 'i'h has no right to 1 g-
S' our of reach of .lie
S i -.n",,s Cf le itn'mate hus i-.
H .. i. has no right to legislate lat:
"' ':-:" monrgage upon the r-,v-
." ,-* *f -. sovornmernt and upont'lh
.. *' :', <'f a: !a"Tbir. H o haI
!n : . ae sp' e, favors to
n ,. enormous accumu.
ias- ar.- h. I together, not by force
r' c .- '- an superior abl!
v. !:" '< ra-,n of The s.pcia! p-ivi-
:s : (.Xt 'i:i;ons created by law.:
For ':itancp. we do nm question1 the&
r-." .-f any pman :. Vown as nimc.
Tnont a ihe can hi ;ies",v sr-, but 'we
(decl-are !t to be wrong to allow thel
holder of the money to pass laws inl


And so. to make their funeral quite:
complete,
Each wranped him in his little wind-
ing sheet.
The tangle web encompassed them
full soon.
Each for his coffin made him a co-:
coon.
All through the winter's chilling blast,
they lay
Dead to the worlc', aye, dead as hu-
man clay.
Lo, spring comes forth with all her)
warmth and love,
She bring-- sweet justice from the
rea'nlm"s albovo,
She breakl the chrysalis, she resur-
ro( ts b,, d a(l:
Two bu'te-flirs ascend encircling her
head
An so this. emblem shall forever be:
A ;e- n i- mnrflf


A 3'-l 1 l&1J1rim1 m O iLy.L *

his own favor which exempt his money'
from taxa'imn, give him a lien upon
the prop,-tvy of every o(the- c'.:iz!en.
and exact from other it ;;:ep.e a tax
to pay thI interestt on thie moieY o t
thti spec:al:y favored cit:z.eu. In (;:'ir
words, we oppose national bonds, jist
as Thomas .lefferson did. and in loing
so we represent a principle which will!
s' 'ngh-'10 fsr r-'eognition as long as the:
ovcrnment lives.

OLD PAPERS


Soon you w11 wnnt to put down new
matting. Why not l)put newspapers
miunir it? This will make the matting
;>'(ar better anr. keep the room warm-
cr this winter. Old papers can Lbe
,onught at The Journal at 10c per hun-;
dred. All clean and whole. -


NEXT

SUNDAY

IN

THE JOURNAL


V #I rsaparila. Good for
he lee p of ,~s anything? Ask your parents,
"The Sleep of Conven- e gradparcsnebo
own doctor. Wc will leave It 0
a ny or them. Best bloodmed -
tionality Is Fatal" B n.ine. nervc.

y President ARTHUR T. HADLEY of Yale

STHE STATE COLLEGE FOR WOMEN.


By Joseph Jefferson. *



The following beautiful poem was
written by the late Joseph 2efferaon
while on a fishing trip with ex-Presi-
dent Grover Cleve!and. It was read
at the memorial services at the Play-
ers' club:
Two caterpillars crawling on a leaf,
By some strange accident in contact
came;
Their conversation, passing all belief,
Was that same argument, the very
same.
That has been "procd and conned"
from man to man,
Yea. ever since this wondrous world
began.
The ugly creatures, Deaf, Dumb and
Blind,
Devoia' of features that adorn man-
kind.
Were vain enough in dull and wordy
strife
To speculate upon a future life.
The first was optimistic, full of hope;
Said Number One, "I'm sure of our
salvation."
Said Number Two. "I'm sure of our
damnation.


there is a set of circumstances where the person who has been sub-
jected to too much control is as helpless as the one who has been sub-
jected to too little.
R It
Every man as he goes out into the world is exposed to n change of
atmosphere not unlike that through which he passed in going from
school to college. If during his college life he has c'me to identify
goodness with the keeping of a complex set of rules and observances.
ho is in great danger. It is almost inevitable that under the new con-
ditions which lie meets he will disobey SOME. of these rules or disre-
gard SOME of these observances. If lie has placed his trust in keep-
ing the letter of the law, the breaking of one rule is apt to be followed
by the breaking of A GREAT MANY OTHERS.
THE SLEEP OF CONVENTIONALITY IS OF ALL SLUMBERS THE
MOST FATAL. LIFE IS PROGRESS-PERPETUAL ADAPTATION TO
NEW CONDITIONS.
The self satisfaction which leads a man to be content with the old
is the beginning of death. The apparent excellence of a result actually
attained, the mistakes and errors involved in imperfect efforts to ad-
vance to better results, must not be allowed to obscure our view of this
truth.
No man, however far and however well he has managed the voy-
age of life, can afford to rest complacent in what he HAS achieved.
The best of us, said an old sea captain, has made mistakes enough to
throw him half a point off his course, and if a man is half a point off
his course the light which he fondly believes to be the harbor entrance
marks the reef on which he is going to destruction.
et It R
What is your ideal of success in life I Is it to become a reputable


member of good society and achieve substantial results in the way of
fortune, family and friends, on which you can look with increasing
complacency, or is it TO TRY TO MAKE THE WORLD BET-
TER by a struggle which will be full of dangers and mistakes and
misunderstandings and in which to the very end of life you are likely
to remain far from the realization of your highest hopes ?
IN THE FORMER CASE YOU ARE A PHARISEE, NO MATTER
HOW MUCH YOU MAY TRY TO DISGUISE THE FACT. IN THE
LATTER CASE YOU ARE A CHRISTIAN, NO MATTER WHAT DOU3TS
MAYV HOLDu V OU BACK FRO' M VENTURE IEVNG T !IO CALL YOURSELF JI


(Florida Female College.)
TALLAHASSEE, FLORIDA.
The belt college in the S<,iih f,,r ,i ung. ladies. Unsurpaued advantas
. nin S'-;inL-, c, ,-: an' inhlsr'a ar:s taught young vwom"n. Physical culture to
a vnimnaainin e) lt;ip,"l w.L.1 aip.'a:ats. sw'i.nminz poo!. etc., required under
d. lir rt n of a ,x::crimn, 1 aly ciach'r. The only stare Normal cHool
..- ":i: -n uror:rt tbv :he s-'e of Florida. offering protessioaal one-ye~
S,:. s .:mie 'arI. n t:ait in., an,!fou.r-%.iAr norm i cours3r' leadingtothe
.:'ce of 1. I .I :"'." '.)!, e courses of equal .-:nding with the Unlve.l
s:'y lcad.ng io deurTe of B. A.. B. S.._M. A.. and M. S. T':::on is free. Board
i :n!nal. For .ata'oguL and further particulars, write A. A. MURPHREE,
President.


The Journal Printed Dur-
Ing August, 1905, a
Total of


127,335
COPIES


or an average



'DALV


The following figures show The
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Pen-


CHERE are two kinds of degeneracy-one which comes from
too little reliance upon liwe, another which comes from too
much. The man whom we commonly call degenerate
suffers from the former cause. lie has broken so manyi
laws that law as a whole ceases to have autLoritv over him,
and he becomes POWERLESS TO RESIST TEMPTATION from
any quarter.
But there are and always have been degenerates of the opposite
type-men who have kept the laws that they were taught to obey until
such laws become THE ONLY AUTHORITY WHICH CON-
TROLS THEM and the only standard which they recognize, and
they are powerless to feel the stimulus of anything better. There is a
point beyond which drill ceases to be a help and becomes a hindrance;


Ssauc- a JOu.,i-gthe mnthA.. ,u uij eacu in Mechanical. Civil and Electrical
,ia during the month of Augus:., 190. Engineering, also a two-year course
,with the average number of copies ;,n Mechanics. No Latin or Greek ie
lai: y: required in III. or IV. The full course
August 1 4,350 August 16 4,800 under ll., III. and IV. lead to the do.
August 2 4.400 August 17 4.800 ,;zee of Bachelo:' of Science; the shores
August 3 4,335 August 1 4,800 courses t(o a Certifcate of Proflcienuy.
August 4 4,400 August 19 4,800 V. Pharmacy-A full two-year course
Auguzt 5 4,350 August 20 5,250 to be begun in September. 1906.
SAugust 6 5,000 August 21 .....I VI. Normal-Three courses for
August 7 ..... August 22, 4,800 teachers: A one-year course e-,,dJng to
August 8 4,500 August 23 4,00 a certificate, A three-year course lead-
August 9 4,500 August 24 4,650 Ing to an L. I Diploma; A four-year
August 10 4,500 August 25 4,800 co"ur-e leading to the degree of Bachs.
August 11 4,625 August 26 4,800 lor of P'dagogy.
August 12 4,625 August 27 5,200i An ampl: corps of competent teach.
August 13 5,000 August 28 ....rs. A high clriculunm-Expenses In.
August 14 ..... August 29 4,800 including board, $120 to $150 per year.
August 15 4,600 August 30 4,800 Fall term opens September 27, 194
August 31 5,000 Seno' for Catalogue.
Total for the month......127,335 ANDREW SLEDD, Pres1dt,
Average per day.. ...... 4,716 Lake City, Florida.


I hereby certify that tha above state-
ment is correct according to the rec-
,rds on file in this office.
FRED A. SWEET,
Circulation Mgr.


Sworn to and ubp'"rihbd before
'his 31st day of August, 1903.
J. P. StOKEs,
Notary Publie.


NEXT SUNDAY


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I1U I Iit..
I'n':l fuir:hr notice we will close
;(Wi'r store fdail'. except 5a:uravys, at
::; p. I. Our patrons will please be
:' 'on ae''O-ding-ly
E\ST H1I., GROCERY CO.


SHERLOCK HOLMES,
Greatest Detective of Fictleon

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in general is directed to the fact that The
Journal's WEEKLY EDITION is now read by
practically every reader in the county outside
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Advertisements in the DAILY reach prac-
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By EVERETT P. WEBLLE, rPhllanthiroputt and ocioicgist
I THE UNITED STATES IT IS SAFER TO ,E A
MURDERER THAN A BRAKEMAN. TIHE PER-
CENTAGE OF DEATHS IN THE FORMER CLASS
IS SMALLER THAN IN THE LATTER.
The reason why murderers are put to death is because they have
shown a willingness and a skill sufficient to enable them to kill with
premeditation those whom the law should protect. The only way to
insure this protection is by making it IMPOSSIBLE for this particu-
lar guilty person to commit the crime again. .Mistaken clemency in
this respect has often caused the death of innocent persons, as in the
recent case of the Greek premier.


So far as the question of sex is concerned, all experience shows
that, while really good women are more generous and self sacrificing
than the best of men, BAD WOMEN ARE WORSE AND MORE
DANGEROUS TO SOCIETY. They are more sly, more crafty,
and when they have played their game and been detected find it easy
to appeal to a false sentiment which leads many to ask for a remission
of the just consequence of a deliberately chosen course of conduct.
MEN MAY TALK OF INHUMANITY, BUT AS WELLINGTON SAID,
&THERE 18 NOTHING 80 INHUMAN AS IMPUNITY."


The Les


WILLIAM QILLETIT
As Sherlock Holmes, the Great
DeteCtiv


Sson of the

Russo-Japanese War


By Conrrmman GEORGE I. FOSS. Chairman House Committee on Naval Affairs
AM sure that when we have accurate information of the battle
of the Sea of Japan it will give us new ideas on naval construc-
tion and naval warfare. I mean such an account as would fur-
nish the TECHNICAL student of naval affairs a basis upon
i which to determine the RELATIVE value of the different types of
ships. I do not think any one can say, from present information, tha
the results of the eastern war have been so distinct as to eliminate the
necessity for any particular type of ship. On the contrary, the results
of the war have rather emphasized the necessity for the big fighting
ships AS WELL AS FOR THE TORPEDO BOATS.
The first great lesson of the war i? TO BE PREPARED. That
nation which is best prepared when war breaks out has a chance of
striking a blow from which its antagonist may NEVER recover.
I AM STRONGLY IN FAVOR OF CONTINUING THE POLICY OF
BUILDING UP OUR NAVY. I THINK THE COUNTRY, MORE THAN
EVER BEFORE. WILL APPROVE OF THAT POLICY.

JF YOU FAILS TO GET YOUR JOUR NAL, TELEPHONE No. 38,


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BY THAT NAME. NOTICE.
'Th, Pensacoia Business Co'lzo h is I.
''wis,, until the fever situation
Sex Is No Justifications c., a It
SEARIrS & ELLIS. The
For the M urderer Principals.


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THE ENSCOL JO RNA, T URSDY M RNIG. EPT MBE 7.1993


' UNIVERSITY OF THE
STATE OF FLORIDA,

Embracing the following subjects:
I. Language and Lterature--4 toe.
year course leading to the degree of
L'acheior of Arts, Greek is not re-
quired, but is offered as an elective
throughout the course&
II. General Science-DIvIded tntj
three courses; 1. Chemical course;
M.lathematical course; Natural History
course. No Greek and only entrance
Latin I.s r-quir-d in these courses. All
four-year courses.
III. Agriculture-Four-year and two.
year courses.
IV. Engineerng--Four-year course


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THEIPENSACOLA .....A,-TH.RDAY_ O..I... IPT....R 7_ 190, ..


SIT STAY IN MERCURYiPENSION BOARD
WORSE hAN TiHE DISEASE


APainel Cure of Curable Pain
Never resign yourself to suffer pain. Women's
pmns are curable. They are the sign of dangerous
conditions of the female organs, which should be
promptly attended to or dangerous results will follow.


STAKE
Jfi^eof lt fEditor of DeFuniak Breeze Gives
Wise Counsel to Fever
Alarmists.

OIT Cca TO WOMAU"S RXUIA IORS S I 10 pic ,-


wmn r di sauRfers from any of woman's biting and weakening pains.
It not oady compel the pains to stop, but it follows up and drives out
*a ca d of the pala, which prevents them from coming back.
ItI m youm w Tyft.
SaM, -irh e o $1.00 bottles.


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WsVflUOW A A MW,"


6 emt*MdftoMkatim wt ~Ws! Mary Shalon, .o Poplar
ema, aang s da apv isptams and Blff. Mo., I c.n o my housework,
tsa. We wi MaM fee advice although, before taking CARDUI, two
Sphl& SaW sevelompe), how to doctors had done e no good. I can
a mm. A4M0w: La.' MAdviy trutfuly say I was cured by Cardul
Det., ,~b Catta la Medab- C8., I want every suffering lady to know of
STOmN .. .w ra rt



CALAMITY LIARS STILL WORKING

ARE LOCKED UP ON COOPER CASE

JACKSONVILLE HEALTH AU- ATTORNEY PRESENTS MASS OF
THORITIES WILL PUT STOP EVIDENCE IN PLEA FOR COM-
MUTATION OF DEATH
TO FALSE REPORTS SENTENCE.

Tallahassee, Sept. 6.-Colonel J. W
JAcksoeville, Sept 6S.-On a charge Brady in again obtaining a revocation
ellgiBng that they circulated untrue of the death warrant for his client
reports concerning a contagious dis- Isaiah E. Cooper, has accomplished
see Chief Sanitary Inspector W. A. what appeared to be almost the im
-rauiel yesterday arrested Annie possible. Coonel Brady is a tireless
Joyce of 612 Madisona street G. A. and able worker, and has devoted him
Henry, of the corner of Dural and self to the task of saving the life ot
Catherine streets. W. V. Henry, of 611 the condemned man, shown, he firmly%
fit street,I MeN Aear of 613 Madison believes, innocent of the crime for
street and J. L. Hanks of room 7, 20 which he has twice stood in the sha'i
Main streetI ow of the gallows, and has twice been
Mesrs. Hanks and the two Henrys respited.
were released on bonds of t $25 each For more than a year he has beer
for their appearance in the Municipal working on the case. and has place
urwt this morning. As this is a case before the Board of Pardons a volum
fer the state to handle (he defendant's inous mss of evidence that he feels
will probably be turned over to the justifies himn in asking a commutation
county authorities for trial neiore A of the death sentence.
justice of the peace this morning. The evidence upon which Cooper
All of Me defendants claim their was convicted was entirely circumn
Innocence. They say that they did stantial, and circumstances have de
not circulate reports of a contagious veloped which may prove that there
disease existing in Jacksonville, but are strong grounds for doubt of th'
heard that It did and merely asked infallibility of the evidence upon whica
ether parties for information. h was convicted.
When TUhe Shear was looked up A year ago, when Cooper sat waiting
mear Annie Joyce, the latter was heard to be led out to be executed, he stout
by policemen to say: "You had kept Iv asserted his innocence--asserted it
yur ----mouth shut we would not be when he had abandoned all hope of a
locked up." reprieve.
For several days ast parties have In a letter to the governor written
I I last week, again in expectation of
death upon the gallows, he maintain
1Vu YOUR HAULING TO ed his innocence. Accompanying his
f letter is a photograph of himself, his
f8rcfhnis Tr&sfr Go. 0 wife and children, taken in the De
ISoto county jail at Arcadia. "Do you
Ther. I. Thor-cn, Prop. think." he said. "that a man with this
NAULING OF EVERY DEIGRIPTION responsibility would deliberately seek
-- such a trouble as came upon me?"
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO


BAGGAGE DAY OR NIGHT.
PHONE 97L.
P.O. COX, 67..
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Tobacco


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Lewis Bear


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Agents, t
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been maliciously spreading untrue r-
ports to the effect that contagious d's
e(,as, existed in Jacksonville, and D-.
F. D. Miller, city health officer, is de
termined to stop such reports If he
hab to lock up everybody in Jackson-
ville.
iDr. Miller has a list of several other
parties who. It is said, have been
spreading such reports, and they will
be located today and sent to jail.
The law in regard to circulating
false reports of contagious disease is
as follows:
"Any person or persons who shall
falsely or maliciously disseminate or
spread rumors or reports concerning
the existence of any infection of co-.-
tagious disease, shall be guilty of a
misdemeanor, and upon conviction
thereof shall be punished as providetd
by sectVa. 769, which provides that
such person shall be fined in a sum not
less than $100 nor more Lhan $1.000 or
be imprisoned in th2 county jail for
no tles. than three nor more than six
months."
All parties are white.
EMPTY BOTTLES.
Fifteen cents per dozen Datl. for
empty Bosso bottles at Nick's res-
taurant.
Victor Hugeo' Double.
Victor Hugo had a real double in
lesh and blood who exploited his phys-
lcal resemblance to the man of genius.
He cut his beard like Hago's, copied
the master's dress in its smallest de-
tails and so for eighteen years divid-
ed with the master the admiration of
the public. His especial delight was to
pose in a poetical attitude In front of
a Punch and Judy show. He did this
at a particular spot erery Thursday
afternoon for years, thoroughly enjoy-
Ing the murmurs of curiosity and ap-
plause proceeding from the gaphiag
crowd which he deceived. We do not
hear that be reaped any other reward
but his pleasure.
A Race *f Salwarts.
The study of the Improvement of the
human race by selected breeding has
In recent times been dignified by
science. The glib argument Is applied
that. as we Improve the race of race
horses by selection of parents. we
might produce similar effects by super-
vising human marriages. There are
several fallacies In this reasoning. We
are able to breed fast race horses be-
caome we want fast race horses, but
the C i culty is that we do not know
what Ideal of man we should aim atL-
London Medical Prna.


;k Breeze. Elit,r Ii. W. Stows, writ-
0:.; edltoriafly under the caption "Sit
4 fl- n'..t" C c


The effects of Mercury and Potash are
worse than the effects of Contagion*
Blood Poison, fo: which these ineraUs
are generally used. They cannot cure
the disease, and in addition set up a pois-
on of their own, producing dyspepuia, by
drying up the gastric juices, salivation,
sores, mercurial rheumatism, and often
necrosis of the bones.


NOW HAS iUSY


SESSIONS


Bowling Green, Ky., Xitchell House. !
Gentlemen:-PF6r over four years Isuf' UMnyCl im ,ie ome
felod Piso." Y::T fis^ Many Claims A Filed Some of
fared greatly from a severe came of Con.
tatrious Blood Jr1oison. I went to Hot
8prinar. staying there four months at a ,*;Il.. D:t.
big expense. I then "onsulted hysi- Whichl na8 0 nBe Rejected.
clanS., who prescribed Xeecury. Have to Be J
ing did me any good, In fact the treat. T
ment proved more harmful than benofli The State Law.
cial. Thus eontinuedtosufferforfour
years. I mentIoned my cate to a friend,
who told me tha SB. 8. 8. he.d .:ortalnly
curedhim. I atonce commenced isua., Tallahssee. Sept. 6.-The State
and in six ootha could flrt nI t-ae o. e
ofthod-sn-seewhatover. Ths wasabo't Board of Pensions, which consists of
two years ago, and there has been no o ..n .oad inr
sians of return. D. M. 8AeNDBS. i Governor Broward, Commisnsiuner
C romo knA Att r lener l Eli and


THE MAYOR SETS ASIDE FRIDAY


FOR GENERAL FUMIGATION DAY

We can furnish you with all the necessities
for successful fumigation.


Sulphur, 10c lb., 3 lbs. for 25c.

Persian Insect Powder, per lb., 50c.

0Ol of Citronella, Sulphur Candles and

Our Famous "MUS-KEET-OFF" (Guaranteed)


In t 13o at- says: S. S. S., a remedy made from roots, t a., ----e ----a rn anu
The announcement of the outbreak herbs and barks, is the only known an- C. H. Dickinson, secretary of the
f yellow fever in Pensacola last week., tidote for Contagious Blood Poison. It board, is busily engage, now from 8
vhich much to be regretted shou thoroughlyand permanently eradicates to 10 p. m. daily considering pension
o: be the cause of any wild or neesl- the rposon front the blood, so thatnosgn applications, of which there are all Let Us Fill Your Prescriptions.
-ob ec efan ilone is evr seen or the disease in future. .....i
ess alarm. A few years ago such a S.S. S.builds up instead of tearingdown sorts and conditions.
report would have put a shot gun the system, as do Mercury and Potash, Notwithstanding the fact taht the WE HAVE FILLED OVER TWO HUNDRED THOUSAND SINCE
quarantinee on every cross road in and when it has cured the disease every: law states clearly the qualifications WE HAVE BEEN IN BUSINESS.
S a sart of the locdy has been toned up .... .ons man
:iti ..t;fvg a tonic effects, entitling persons to pensions, many
s section, ut modern medical s ry-bv its pn-,.firing and tonic effects.
nee has proven its capability to deal S: S. S. also removes any effects of the: groundless claims are filed and are W A rD- A L| M R T
-with the diseas,~. as the reports from mineral treat- rejected upon examination.* I
Hspal S-rvce.during the time of bood. Weoer The roll of pension is now, ap hone 109. St Apothecary. 121 S Pla
ar whe,. previous outbreaks have a reward o proximately, .3,00U.
unfavorable weather conditions has proof tha follows:
(decreasec, the number of new cases PURELY VEMETABLE. S. S. S.contain "Any person who enlisted anr' serv-;
from nearly one hundred a day to less a particle cf n per istao o s nival service o
than thirty, and is still cutting them Ilercury, Potash or any other mineral ed in ,he military or nival service of --
down. Home treatment book and any medical the Confederate states from this No, 5603.
Dr. Josepeph Y. Porter. the state advice will be given without charge, state during the war between the H.L. COVINGT:N, President M. E. CLARK, Cashier.
health officer :s in P-nsacola, and has' THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta, GLa.states of the United States, and did C.W. LAMAR, Vkie-President, JNO. PFEIFFER, Asst. Cashier.*
full control of the situation, an-d there h_ e desert the Confederate or state ser-' Ti
s every reason to believe that he wIl vice, and who was a bona fide citizen
control in a very short time. Of e TURPENTINE the state January 1, 1885, who hasi N AT N
there will be all sorts of wild rumor Ts since continued to be a citizen of this OF PENSACOLA, FLA.
afloat, but hear it in mind that the ~ p state, who lost a limb or limbs, an DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES
things n.ver lose anything in the tell- I S uG'eye or eyes, or who is permanently Capital Stock, $200,000 Surplus, $40000
"ng. and that it is a good idea never disabled by reason of wounds or dis- 'CapitLifalO mER
to give circulation to any reports of e to gai a llho b mau S.- J F os
This kind unless you know absolutely ease to gain a livelihood by manual Henry L. Covington, S. J. Foshee.
that they are true. DEMAND CONTINUES FROM ALL labor, or who, being more than sixty- M Pfeffer. A. M. Avery,
Under the present restrictions on SOURCES IN SAVANNAH five years old, is, by reason of age, W.rynodH. Milton, Jr.,
Travel we do not anticipate that there Incapable of providing a living for n Dunwody .E. Maura,
" is any danger whatever of the dis- MARKET. himself shall be entitled' to receive Frank leilly, W. L. Cawthon,
t ease reaching here, nor do we believe) each per annum, in quarterly Ipay- W. S. Rosasco, C. A. O'Neal.
:that it would spread if it did, but if ments, the following amounts, to-wit: T. F. McGourin, Dr. W. J. Hannah,
r there should be that a case should .For total loss of sight...........$100 F. SB. Brawner, McKenzie Oertig:a
- develop anywhere in this county the Th Savannah ews of Wednesda For lo of one eye.............. 25 C. W. Limar, Alex McGowin,
Breeze stana's pledged to let the fact says: The demand for spirits of tur-For loss of a foot or leg......... 801 J. R. Saundeps, C. M. Cov!ngton.
be known, and that at once. pentine continues from all sources and FFor loss of a hand............... 801 Accounts of Banks, Individuals. Corporations, and Firms Solicted.
< In reference to those who came in a volume that yesterday caused an.- For loss of both hands.......... 100! Four per cent. Interest paid on Time Deposits.
Sphere last week from Pensacola, we other advance in the Savannah mar-I For loss of both feet............ 100:
would state that they left town at The opening was firm at 61, For loss of one hand and one foot
Once, and none of, them will return ket. The opening was firm at 61.c.| of same person............... 100 -I
until all poF-sible danger of a case of the closing price at Saturday, witsi For personal injuries, disease or .
fever developing among them shall sales of 360 casks, and the close firm age, whereby the person is un- i WM. IT. KNOWLES. Presidit. W. K HYE. JR V.-Pres d CA
r have passed, at 62c, with further sales of 600 sable to earn livelihood by man- THOS. W. BRENT, Asst Cashler. W. N. ROBERTS, Asat. Cashla.
-_ casks. In the trading after the co-seo ual labor.................... 96
Palatka a "Wet" Town. the demand continued good and offer- "The widow of any soldier or sailor
ings were taken at the closing price, who was receiving a pension under
S Palstka. Sept 6.-The rainy season The receipts, two days, were 1,420 this act, or from the state by any for-
is certainly getting in full time in this casks, and the shipments, 9,095. mak-mner act, at the time of his death, or'
section. A (down-pour every after- ing a very material reduction in the; who would be entitled to apply under'
noon is the result of a cloud the size stock. The New York market was re- this act shall receive suc! pension N
'of the traditional man's hand, while ported steady at,,64%c and London at during her widowhood; provided, sheI
:'on Snyfrtpst w ae:ir, I-Ddon Ni~i~y'raA T 1 VA L BA wKEV
on Sunday, for the past two weeks, an advance of 49-1%. was lawfully married to such soldier
it rained continuously all day and 'The rosin mtaret opened and closed or sailor prior to J'anuary 1, 1885, pro-'
practcally all night. The streets are firm and unchanged from Saturdav's vied such widow was a resident of 9of P sn aola.y ,Fla.
flooded and the lower urtlying dis- closing figure, as shown below, with this state on January 1, 1880, and who'
tricts of the cfty are inundated'. Never sales, at the opening of 1,964. None'has since continuously resided herein.
in the history of toe town has there was reported at the close. In the late "No person who, or whose wife, or
been known to be so much water at trading, however, practically every- any widow who owns property, real' DIRECTORS, F.C. Brent, W. A. Blount, Wn. H. Knowls
this time of year ah now. It is claim- thing offering was taken at art advance or personal, to the value of eight hun-:
ed, however, that Palatka's extreme of 5C on M, K, I. F, E, and 10c on I. dred dollars, or is otherwise enabled' W. K, Hyer, Jr., D. G. Brent.
healthfulness at present is greatly due G. The receipts were, two days, 4.59tL'or in a position to earn a livelihood,!
to this condition, barrels, and shipments, 11.339. The or who has an income from any source
___ New York marle was quoted steady sufficient for support, shall be enti- FOREIH r M DOU ESTI E HAUi E BOUUT D SS
_____at $3.70. tied to the benefits of this act.W
"That from and after July 1, 1903, We da'w our own mlls of Ex. Vessels disbursed upon the Mos
BLOATING, HEARTBURN, A the widows of any deceased soldier .anage on Great Britain, Ireland, Favorable Terms, and their e
I IE IN DJACKSONVISLLETO or sailor who enlisted and served Germany, France Austria, Italy, gation taken Payable at Pt of
INDIGESTION,DYSPEPSIAthe military or naval service of the a, nd, aS Denmark, uan Destination Ten Days Afit V
A IEonSSEPARATE RAC SF Confederate states, or this state, dr- other European countries D ,eel Arrives these
AND COSVENESS SEPARATE SlIng the war between the states of the.ar
I United' States, and did not desert the
are quickly overcome i Confederate or state service, shall be safety Deposit Boxes For Rent, in Connection with which we
SnwhenORDINANCE PROVIDING FOR DIVI- entitled to receive the sum of ninety- a y t ,
when ORDINANCE PROVIDIdollars per anum, in quarterly have a Private Department for the use of Renters.
SIONS IN STREET CARS WILL payments, provided, that such widow
HUSIM I L S was lawfully married to such deceas-
HUO I .n B BE DRAWN. ed soldier or sailor prior to January 1, Savings Depa tm ent-Interf st Paid ON D
1885; and provided such widow was
STOMACH BITTERSa resident of the state of Florida on posits at ete of 4 per cent per Annum.
is used. Try a bottle. Jacksonville. Sept. 6.-Separation; January 1, 1890, and has since contin-
of races on street cars will be accom-I uously resided therein, and provi,,ed -..
polished in the opinion of the special further, that no widow xho owns- L. HILTON GREEN, Pas DSax. T. ZWELLES, Vic-.Pae Is5.
committee of the city council appoint- Property, real or personal, or real and R.M. BLVOSNXL,UA2sls. MAN9iLZLD MOI1N.O A. A UAm". a1
ed to draft an ordinance, if the ord!- personal to the value of eight hun-
nance recommended by the committee, dred dollars, shall be entitled to the C citizens N national B ank
is passed. pensions hereof. The provisions of' of Poseao r orti. .
The committee submitted its report this act shall not apply to any widow L o, r .
last night, through Councilman R. F. after her remarriage." Geo W W ht, Morris .er, T. X. W9119
mh, x M. Robwneols. WiPttn Greos.
Bowden, chairman, and stated that the A AiNER.L .1NKING USINESS TRANSAiCTED.
bill present was constitutional, in USNE TANACTED
the opinion of the committee. NO DIFFERENCE
H A T S ^*F ~The bill is entitled: "An ordinanc-e Old People Just as Happy as Young ----- -
regulating, rqufring and providing for #-e $$ar 5*5* *-
the furnishing of separate accommo- Age cannot wither nor custom stale J. S. REESE, President. E. W. MINEFEE,. Cashier.
nations for and the separation of whi'e' tbo infinite variety of life. R. M. CART, Vice-President.
S a i. and colored passengerson stret cars." When the right food makes one new TH PfOPL BANK OF PrNSA MOL
Is it reasonable, then, to sup- or gvi'ons of cars, and requires signs each da there seems as muc simp Dectors-L. J. Reeves, J. S. ReeA, W. DeC. Kessle. R. M. Cary,
pose that the same style Hat In the end of each such car or divr- happiness when one Is old as when W. A. D'Alberte A. Jennings.
will be equally becoming to all sion. indicating by the words "white' vyoung, but bounding health is the re-, TRNSCTS A GENERAL BANING USINESS.
men? We are inclined to think or "colored." as the case mny be. thl' quisite and right food produces that. TRANSACTS A GENEYOUR ACCOUNT IS RESPECTFLL SOiNES..
not. We go upon the supposi such car or pat of car is provided for A happy woman of 77 tells her ex- $$.e$..e***** **zSO0@ S0SSS*****0*5<* S********
tion that the the use of white passengers or colored periene: -. .... .....
passengers, as the case may be. When y ,
GREATER THE VARIETY open cars are provided, additional "For three years, she says, I was
of shapes widths o brims, signs are to be provided and placed greatly troubled with a nervous offec- .
of shapes widths nof bim. conspicuously on the sides of the cr, tion of the stomach, which at last A_ _._
igs th of gaterowns indbe che o as to indicate thereby the portion brought me to such a condition that Wholesale and Rtat o Dealer
satisfaction. of e the car for whites and the portion I could neither eat nor sleep with any Steam, Domestic, Anthracite ^
Accordingly. we present the Any company, person, firm or asso- sort of comfort. I grew very desponi- and Rlackrnmith m
greatet variety of Spring Hats elation operating street cars in the dent and felt that my hold on life wase Office--No. .3 South Pilaf2 street. Telephone. S3.
It embraces all shapes, color-. city of Jacksonville without such very uncertain. It was diffcult fer Yards on Zarragos O and Gonzale streets. Phone. 6.
ig and proaortosp from the signs so provided and placed shall'
cings at shapes to the lates thereby forfeit Its municipal franchise me to find food that I could digest. My --
conservatve shaps to the lates to operate street cars in the city of doctor kept me on a diet of rice for ................
in young men's snappy styles. Jacksonville. a long time, but it did not seem to give
Pries, 50cto $3.50. The penalty for violation of the pro- me any strength. I *cIe" '1oa Wr
visions by any person, company, of- "I am glad that at last I decided to, i
.IF YOU BUY FOR LESS ELSE- ficer, superintendent, motona, con-try Grape-Nuts food, for it has doni I C W O O D
.--... .. .ductor or any other emrploce is a fine a wonderful work for me. Before I' 1r na x


olWHE YOULL. GT of not more than $50o, or imprison- had used up the first package I be- el o
LESS-THAT'S ALL ment for not more than ninety days. gan to take a new interest in life, and
-- The penalty is the same for any pas- I rapidly Increased in health and' Office--Corner Chase and Tarzgona. Phone 2l
Isenger who refuses to obey the provi- strength. My stomach has regained :
Lo ANSON. *sions of the ordinance and who may Its normal tone and in the two years, Jur d _l--e
wli-fully occupy as a passenger any that Grape-Nuts has been my only-
SANSON car or part of a car not so set aside food, I have not had a sick day. I am
for such person, white or colored. 77 years old and Grape-Nuts has re.-
The law is simila to the state law. stored to me the pleasure of living.
with the exception that no provision am sorry I did not begin sooner to part A te t
Phone 297 is made for nurses to occupy the white use it. I cannot praise it too alnighly." p l c t
portion of the car. Name given by Postum Co., Battle c t
Cor. Main and Palafo Sts. The bill was passed on its first read- Creek, Mich.
Cot. Main and Palafox bStL ing and referred to the committee oni There' a reason.
laws and rules. A 10 days trial is sufficient.


0


THE BOAT SAYS


STORRS


--ON


THE ENSCOL JOUNAL THRSDA MONIN, SETEMER 105


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THE PENSACOLA JOURN AL, THURSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 7, 1905


HALF


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HU R oc 10c lb.

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ORIGINAL BOSSO.


worth to a b; rrei. We want your business.





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mowlc~come


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PEOPLE AND EVENTS
r L. ELL tf rcE. rT'Bpm u fe 669.

ccr,, Hear d aDone Amon0 7a: -- Go, Come
and Tarry-Vocn and Society, -er anid Esewherz


Kahn an'
for Hendh r-

and c.aujhter


IM. CO 00 TO WED Mr. and Mrs. Max J
A T"NWAI EE BELLE. ch: dren l't yeste-ra.\
The msxiy friends of Mr. R. W. Cobb sunvi:le, N. C.
We in receipt of the following invita-
us:8; Mrs. Stephen Chiplev


Mrs. Jane Harlan
requests the honour of your
presence at the marriage of her
daughter
Sara Belle,
to
Mr. Robert Watson Cobb.
- the evening of Thursday. the
twenty-firsi of Sep:ember.
nineteen hundred and five,
at eight o'clock.
at the MetbodisT Church.


Croa-Bridges. Tennessee. i Mrs. Dave bevy and children have
gone north to sp.'nd a mon:h or two,
Mr. Cobb's sister. Mrs. .1 Z Cravey lea.:ng on 'he noon train es-erda.
Sft yesterday noon for Indiana and, .
'll return via Cross-Brides :or the. Mrs. Fred Giilmore and cil 'ran
wedding. leave' to-day for 1, mis ille, Ky.. :',
spt.nd the autumn
PETTY SINGER TO BE I
MARRIED TO-NIGHT. I Dr. and Mrs R.r-haw and ch7,-lren
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SThIre will e .a quiet wedding to-'
might at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J.
8. Roberts. when :.ieir attractive
daughter Misi Nellie and Mr. John T.
Sandu=k'- of the U'ni n Naval Stores
Co. will be iun#'etd
No Invitations have been sent on'
and only the immea ate families w;:"
be present.
Mr. Sandusky and thi pretty breIc
will riot go away for the present. but
remain quietly at hontn vi:h Mr and
Mrs. Roberts.


.ire in nIrnion 1 a.


Mrs M V. Hyer and danTh'er Miss
Pa -ye ie'" 's:, -da- it s.cnd a :ew
we. k,. in AshSvilie. N. C
Mr. and Mr. Rc'hari M Ciry andl
chi;.,, and Mi( s S'li'i WrWi'h: art
' in;z SoTi'c.', r a: T0' Gfe rg'- W\
WI-: ~~ co'in'r- placo al0': hre'
in.h.s north of town.
9n apb
Hon CamphteI Avery le": yegtcr


T7h Jour all's Daily Fashion Feature


What's


More Delicious i
t'Ian our foanmin7 Sorda,
tiavored wi:h pure irult
syrups and served with
* cream?


CAN ANYTHING BE
COOLER OR MORE


COOLING?


Drinking it has (delight-
edl thoiius'n-is and hurt no
one.


Kandy Kitchen Cafe,

140 S. Palafox. Phone 999


CO TTRELL,
.@ WIs .


Of mingled milli and honey, with
-Minna Irving. in L.,eslie's VWeekly. Th, na;i v r i-w 'le-Pi, 'l,
W l:dI i 'h : ;.: a' cry port 't
BUT FLORIDA? I)epite all w:rd, and '*i',.
But Florila? Fair F:ortda And micoring r oundI from .jucksonvi'ile,
Will build of go<,"ln pine, Stonipng t r v'y i ay..
And calk her seams with palmet henip' Wou:'( rea at last' !he harbor fair


A.I wet witnl itrpentine, u I'len-.ac'eia Ia-y.
All topped with tar and sanded o'er
With rosin stem to stern; An l here, with igun- we'll meet it
All beamed with oak to hold her fast hloid.
And make the water fern. With dinner:', ;min, an.d t a.
Receptions. ha'l.. we':l .'i v.- aboard.
Her cabins make of cypress pale And fun Weh*re. WelI s,,"
All trimmne,,, wi;h pine's deep glow. That ev'ry man i hind the gutns
And carpet them wi:h bright sea mossi As we'll as ofticer.
And drape with .:panis.h-do. Just has the time of all his lEfo,
Her stairs of oak. and guard rails too, Ann' so will we. Yes, sir.
All drape with v Ivet bean,
Her anchor make of blood and hone Retail G-ccers Attention.
To help the Heave, O'" scene. Write tr er-l.oP .pei. 'i M:.. o,
Knoxvile. Tenn. ,,r (' liberal :)ot)-
And when she slides from off the os!tiin h.vy ar mniakin,, : I e HiR'-
ways- hon Flax orinz Ext:'ats '.fr ten t.avs.
Ship of state and beauty- Bi-, dal in fre, go.t.
Wiih thousands there to halloo- __l.. .
"Hip"--GREEK ARCHITECTURE
And Fla.'s fair to root. A GREEK ARCHITECTURE.


Co-operative liqui thna
Would make her skim the waves,
And knock the s,;cks from off the
heels
Of other state craft braves,


"Would be composed of real champagne
From old re,, I.on hills.
And amber fi::z from Palmetto
With water from ieace rills;
Sweetened with sweetness long drawn
outt
1 -* , - y ,varm r's land


r-In a sr r ox- g r a p r ,,T" ,,,", l ... . .. R .
S- Where cane's been raised since Abel
Pensacola thorida diedl
Homeick for Flur'da sand.
Iday to spen; a few wet ks with hi; Smoothe', with the milk of cocoanut,
wife wh,) is v-i:;in h br parents Mr. Cahbage or other OiTtn.
:tn. Mrs. liar: in A'ieons, Ga. And tinted with the topaz flood
Known as sour orange balm.
Jiidg e and Mrs. James R. Landrunt Tbhen. quickeond with the bouillon
are nw1 a h;'n';e' 3 ;i' :r fPlends inl Rope:- on the Tampa range-
:he Jo.ln I. .h)one' rtsifIence. 30.2 That promises to farblittclass
N`)r*h Hl;arc itona whiit Mr. and Mrs.! The old time farmer's grange-
'ines are in IBohemij.
SCorked in a cut glass bottle made
Mr. and Mrs. Char'es Gray are en- Of Palm Beach golden sanf,,
came. on Ba. on Tcxar for a few Gathered up from Mrami's or
we( ks. A.u'uistine'F golden strand--
Tied with silk ribbons of the weave
Miss Alma D)argan who has numer- Called Liberty. cut from
(ui- friends in It'ensaco)a. was married The freedom of the press's loom,
SS-lo;embler 1, at the home of her mar-, The really great-I am.


Wil.a>:n Jchn Trice of Arkansas. And, wielded by a soft wuite hand-
S' Browned by the kissing sun,
Rev. P. H. Whalh.y and family are And hardened by the cal-
,tcc',p. in.c the Johnson house on Isthen's in good housekeeping done-
tHa.% u Texar. Belonging to a woman dear.
With rich dark eyes and hair,
Mrs. Wiliam Mott and children, Worn to a frazzle in the fight
andi her mother were on their way That brings a'ignity's air.


honw. stopp,:n, a week in Chicago
\. here a nmIC--a,', from Pensacola
friends was rec, ived and they will
,rol.,ng Th- ir stay to several weeks.
M:<: Sarah Hart leaves at noon to-
i" ,'\ M -' , spe 'nd iwX :
:. : : :- : : : n,!. anid r',lative


E \ Mr 'a.,1 anl a-'ra:
!.oi,.2 r-. :--- V,.-a an!d .1 -
i '- '' i i I
:: .n .: H .:! ,.r- ;',,',il,,. N t .


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THE NEW VEST FRONT.


A 9eV w'*"e linern, w-h coral :isoes, and ..- li:1',d into a plain ba-'
tiTchina d i. :n 'n blue (' 'roider cuff tha is decorat*. wi:h ':.
ettor.n :nk-- for the most c. ara:n; s':ich:ng ': ko he rest of :he wa'.
eec itn th.s s nb-e shirt waist. The The vest i- very effective. though .-
back Lag a gro;'p of four Tucks s- plo. Just horizontal tucks. w::h '::I
mpcede the- thy taper toward the ,'olorcd coral stltcheries running a:"-
wais!:In-e. 1vhile the fronts are dre; 'y broken from throat to hem makes t .'
tucked a- : ~c::;ider can.an i:. anL:e tteffe't: and the collar is boned in the'
tucks rt:'- i er the i':-t', t rt :sual. way. The fastening is effected
the f':n.- ~.- :red to tle.\-% foAi-- te. uual ,.r.-wa.st "\L: 'he collar ftsters in the back.i


'M :- ;:t. :. x --. ":? arp c-
:;) ; V ... ;: x!, 1. hi,,ar s

A PATR; TIC SUGGESTION.



(':7 n' "0 -';'* a:', nO:e 'x Tana:ona
T" '. -'* i;, n a.:n
'\- '* 'i ~ *i .ny P'ore
.\ ]!"), "< ::: ( <
\ I .' 's i a .n1

P r ,'.., , .a 'x *-.'
T r" f r lT..v:-ana rade.
r() .:: :x-r b. ay .
SW .. Nt t):' ;, a :n 'l.a- t should
I'e s'ar''ld -.i':': .t., wax s.
For>'- p-ihii'ion Ma:ne a cupi
Of water clear x do.
.A-\t man:,,-' s riup f ,: V, rmnont
"W,': lI 1'e :h.- propcr br"w.


Tb. n !.'. : West may launch her
ships '
WV:h Kansas kerosene.
A *o'paz Itloo,! ay ,di he track
Wih'-:'. b, '-'d ;i-,t r is queen.
T'- n',-ri-nsh ;;a w .-f Tennessee
G,. li'ck wi: v -'*'. l i-r-ig
'V, lo T,'xaz w i,', -r he-ds will firl
T.-: b' i::on is the thing.
Vi-.'::ni x- :h a :'.'m i.iohn
O(f c.,l,.. ,~ure an. sweet.
('ri s. n. annwnt'r cruiser off
To> jo'n ',:r nich:v fie ',
Ant :o' New York. the Empire State.
The land of power and money.
Can chris'en hers from golden flask-s


A woman, gracious, queenly, firm,
Quite feminine yet fit,
When once she gets between her teeth
The germ known as the bit,
To smash a demijohn across
The nose of anything-
From cowering man to noble ship-
That 'cross her path may swing.
Such .bhip. by such hands christened

TO IMPROVE AND PRESERVE
YOUR BEAUTY
USE

NADINE FACE POWDER
(opyrizhted in Green Boxes.
SUPERIOR IN QUALITY. HARM-
LESS AS WATER.


NADINE FACE POWDER is com-
pounded and purified by a newly dis--
covered process. Produces a beauti-
ful, soft. velvety appearance. which
remains u-tll washed off Ladies who
use Nadine Face Powder are sure the
c'mplexlon will be .soft and lovely at
lose of the evening.
THE QUALITY IS UNEQUALED).
Buy one 50-cent green package of
,Nadine Face Powder, and if you a-e
not entirely satisfied. notify us and
we will promptly refiund your money.
Sold by all lea.-ng- druz'.sts. or ma:
price 50 cents. White. Flcsh, Brunett,
prepared only by
NATIONAL TOILET CO.. Parls. Tenn.


A Certain Fixed Proponltion Wa.
Adopted For Each Edifice.
In constructing their' stone e.lif ees
the Greeks, who we re reasn s and i
logicians. folo\vedl certain ruills anid
adopted for each edifice a certain itxe I
proportion. What does this mean? It
means that the proportions of the dii'-
ferent parts of the eliflce are siii">le
proportion which can he reducele to a
co;iamon measure. Take as an example


the temple of i'aestum. The moduie
is the mean radius of tle e.ldumi. This
module measures three feit. The col-
tVmu is ten times the mi, inle, or. say.
thirty feet. The distainie lbieween tLe


axes of the columns Is five tiune" the
module, say, fifteen foet. The t:)tal
height of the entahl!aturt i also fifteen
feet, the width of tihe abhc'us is three
modules, equal to nine feet. It is thus,
seen that all these num iie's are mulli-
ples of three. which is the module. In
this manner tht proportions of the dif-
ferent member of an e .i','e have a
constant relation to ea( h other.
It goes without saying that the
module varies for eac!i edifice; there is
no single and absolute rule. For in-
stance, In the Dorte order the length, of
the column varies front ten to twelve
modules, In the Ionic order from six-
teen to twenty one. The entablature
of the Dorie order measures five mo-
dules and that of the Ionic only four.-
Architectural Record.

OUR OLDEST HOTEL.
It In In Arisona and Dates From the
Seventeenth Century.
St. Augustine is the oldest town in
the United States, but the oldest hotel
in the country, contrary to what one
would expect, is not in the eant at all,
but as far west as ArizoIT. trying sit-
uated in I'henix of that stAte.
It was built in the seventeenth cen-
tury by the Spaniirds. just :after the
erection of a w.ndelerful governor's
palace, wh!oh also is to be sct*n to this
day- the fanois "Pahla, ,hdel (;ober-
undor." The hotel i i I ,iI z. low, one
story affair. hnuit of a.' ',.-. with a flat
roof, low dir4v: v an-! a:.:y ipaned
windows. The s:, "''t'. : i-. now rath- I
er dinsy in al -r .r althtiugh it
wis. n') do ,tlit. .:ii r',, really spa-
cit:s rnl '*lPint whon fnrst erected.
Wh,-n In 1'-'l1 the IniNtns threw off
thf Sp nisih y.;ke the hotel became a
teuiporary fort. Many a successful In-
dian :aid was planett' In this very
building, annd councils of war were
held frequently in th!e "taproom," na
It was called.
This old tavern has sheltered such j
men as Custer. John ('. Fremont, Gen-
eral Phil Sheridan. 7ioulon Pike. Buf-
falo Bill and other famous scouts and
plainsmen, hesidles many nles-,or heroes
who, in true dime rove! fashion, "went
west to figl.t Injuni."


VWorse Than l *t.
"You lost your money in iWall street,
did you?"
"I wouldn't any I lost it." answered
the precise tLjugh unworldly man.
"The word 'lost' implies a remote pos-
sibility of its being found again."-
Exchange.
Proo'relsinng.
"Don't you find it hard hustling for
yourself?"
"Yes," replied the ambitions young
chap, "but it's not ha-lf so hard as bus-
tling for other people."-Detroit Free
Press.
Gratitude is a fine virtue, and yet
It is wenrison.e when carried beyond
due boundis.-Le Sige.


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PUZZLE ANSWER COUPON

Answers Must Be Written on This Coupon Blank. No
Attention Will Be faid Those Not Written On It. No
Exception to this Rule.
My answers to the puzzles in The Journal to-d&y are as follows:


No. 1

No. 2

No. 3

No. 4

No. 5

No. 6

No. 7

No. 8


No. 9


No. 10


Name


Street No.


By some inaidvertance, the "Plnzzle Answer Coupon" was omitte'l fre'i
last Sunday's Journal and the omission was not discovered until Tuesd vy.
But, he:e it is, Puzzlers.


MEYER'S


ODD AND END SALE!

IS FAST .DRAWING TO A CLOSE, SO YOU WANT
TO HUSTLE IF YOU WISH TO REAP THE BEN-
EFITS.

$3.50 Ladies' Strap Sandals, all styles, now.................$. 2.27
$2.50 Ladies' Strap Sandals, all styles, now....................$1.96
$3.50 Ladies' Tan Oxfords, all styles, now.................$. 2.88
2.50 Ladies' Tan or Black Oxfords, all styles, now..............$1.96
$6.00 Edwin Clapp Oxfords, Ta, or Black, now............... $4.98
$5.00 Men's Oxfords, all styles,................................$3.96
$4.00 Men's Oxfords, all styles, now ......................... $3.19
$3.50 Men's Oxfords, a!I styles, now ......................... $2.89
Misses', Children's and Boys' Footwear in same proportion, as our
entire stock of Odds and Ends and Broken Lots Must be Sold, so hurry
;,long and get your share of the plums.


MEYER SHOE CO.,


102 South Palafox Street.


Feet Furnishers Gor Folks.


' aMorc. rnones 1/0 and 40 U the reopLe. J
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NOTICE. EMPTY BOTTLES.
Mrnm,'n-r of Woodmen Circle W Fifteen per pa
WV. w::: -a'ae pay their dues to Mrs. Fifteen cents per dozn pld iP
W. A. Smith, clerk, at 640 W. Gregory emp:y Bosso bottles at Nick',s r
'. taurant.


INK


Insect Powder in amounts from 5c


Miss Elise and son M: S. F. C'hip.ey
and family are a: the H.)oPifie!d cou:.
try place where Mr. and Mrs. I. H.
Aik(n are also spending Sepiember.
Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Cohen left yes-
terday for the north.
Mr. and Mrs. Alex Uischkoff and
children left Wednesday for Cincin-
natIi.


MOMBENkhm
12sm


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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, THiUIRSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 7, 1905


The JournaPs Classified C

On-er mt--r el @ flrtxon. X No advertisement taken tor I
|j^ ff ^^^^^^^^^^y^^311WS -%4%%, -%4r# ^^^^^^^^^

ash Advertisements


ls than 2@o.


ForBale. REAL ESTATE WE ARE STILL
FOR SALE OR RENT.-10 room doing business at 2041. S. Palafox ST.
Y you're N ever Glad to See house and acres f good LOANS and not running fom fever. Ren
located at Gonza'ez, Fla. Either to- col;.,ead. Real estate bought and
gether or separately. Terms reason, soRd. ;
Y our LIandord. able. House maly be rented temper- RENTS e advise you to stay In town, but
arily. Apply at W. L. Zachrey's of- whether you go or stay let us collect can place their property in our hands for
ce pt nd verh n the real estate busi- COlIe otin of Rents, Pay-
Nobody Ever Is Why Not Get FOR SALE n launch 44 .1INSU ANCE rece.:vc's r i pt attention.
N 10 it. veam. 2'14 inches drau;ht, INSU RANCE
speed 8 miles hour; 18 H. P. Barber R OO ... ., o
Along Without Him? sK^^" ',sat ..um. we r hr <0 sn y,
gasoline engine in good orJer; will
A o g W without Him ? seat 40 passengers; sell at sacrifice fIrre
taken at once. W. A. Smith, 23R W.I We san sell you or sell for you prop-
Government St l5aug1m erty in all p-:rts of the city. oarns fe r or no fever, and any busi.
V Tm heade without delay upon good real FOR RENT ness entrusted with us will receive
We've helped aes n dm can help yoteBuy a home _OR SALE.-I am Florida State Agent;es.ate and other securi:v.
We can show you some you'll be glad va urgar t o Saes ana pr cI re n rettd FIR RENT.-New 6 room cottage with careful attention.
manufactured by Alpne Sae an Fire and lfe insurance. Someofurat once. Phone 8. sept Correspondence solcted.
"To Have and to Hold ~Lock Company of Cincinnati, Ohio. companies 100 years old.
Communi-ate with me for prices and ___ I
terms before buying elsewhere. Scar- YOUR BUSINESS SOLICTED FOR RENT.-12 room ho-:se, corner
.-itt Moreno, Pensacola, Fla. YOUR BUSINESHayne and Wright starts. Apply'^ l
2Fjune. V W. S. Garfield. 27aug. 00
ensa ola FOR ALEestt da fountain, stock of L BROW N & C FOR RNT.-Suafarm block ou LeadLng Real Estate, Rental and Insurance Agen
Pen 1acolea Investm ent Co. confectioners s and c;-ars. ,locatel l side citv limits on county hard
on PalaVox Ctreet. Can be had at bar- road, w::.h six r.oom house; wind mill; Cor. Palafox and Garden Streets, Pensacola,
IA M. IW I T Cliy nw gain if purchased at once. Apply Es- 200 Theisen Bld'g water pipes in yard and all through
W. IL OWIInVrMt. R. L $SS1NON&, Seretary. cambia Realty co 15aug. house. Rent reasonable. Apply W. .02*1
L STUMAX, V.F-PrSM. e Sem. M KNOWLES miR, Trusurer. FOR SALE.-Nice new cottage (4 W SELL LOTS M. McCelan, at Firt National Bank,
Neal s % iatas g ts Beoom eW h 1a e to. rocms and hall) between Palafx Pensacola. 26auglm
215 South Palafox Street, Pensacola, Florida. and lsavLn s:rets en Jo dan S FOR ALE FOR RENT.-3 rooms at 400 W. Gar- t POI SSi Oal DireaOr. D IR E T
lily ( J W. Weqt at saunders Mill. den St. 13auglw* ^'.... .. ---
22,^n *ln* CHICKEN WHEAT produces qgu
SMake fowls especially wel flavored. FOR RElNT-Lorraine House, corner DR. R. G. BUCKNER, CENTRAL TRADES CC
WANTED HELP WANTED r'OR SAIE.-Old papers only 10 cents The cheapest food :o be found. F. ~ Hayne and Belmont streets. Apply O SPECIALIST y There w i and meeti
pi hundred CGood for wrapping Mellen & Co.. Phone 88t. loct W. S. Garfield. 12jul EYE, EAR NOSE AND THROAT. body o eah month at 7:3
POSlTION WANTED-By young lady WANTED.-Smart young man able :o paper and to put under matting. All Office 7f/ Palafox St.d
as bookkei per or stenographer. Al- Influence large orders for w dress A. L. li.. care Journal. known brands of whiskies Addres. Do you va'ue your health? If so,'192 on car ilne. For particular on car line, corner Lth street a e t z. W. RO
-sepC'lw* W par.cu!arsD reference's ao use :d pure tu;li f r Coffee "Dewey qre of standard Clothing Co. Sth avenue. Inquire at Turton's Photo W. L. DELAY,
t.rmns. W Hughes. 7 Corps Building, en Schly. New Or'eaiis Grocery \ Jan gallery. 12july PATTILLO CAMPBELL, secreary.
PLUTO PLUTO nditionPreesons Row, Lirerpool, England Co.as. McHuh, Prop. aug 30 R-SA CHEAP-My three-year. Redence lt Attorney-at-Law. Penacora Lodge Nd. 3.
Keep your sy.:emC ino fr anonditio,5se.ot)P3.tpFOR SALE CHEAP-My three-year RelR
and you r ned no', t ar an.. disease. We have been with you in Pensaco- old Berkshire herd toar, Duke of FOR R -Residence lately Room405 Thie Buildig, er Moda
Pluto, the great stomach dealer, for WANTED.-Trustworthy man to mar- la since 1874, and still Intend to stay Florida, No. 68,923. Also some flue cupled by Dr. W. S. Hall, No. Th Buildi eok eery Mday ee
sale wholesale and retail, by Jab. age branch office and distributing do ith you and serve you with the best young pigs. 1 six-monthis-old boar, a 43 S. Palafox street. 7 e TH OS PE LEY, Garden tbuldl t corner br
ScHwgh. pot for large manufacturer. Salary to of groceries at lowest mar- registered and transferred. Carl Set-, Garden street Vleltlng br
start with, $1500 first year, and extra ket prices. New Orleans Grocery terlind, Chipley, Fla. lJily FOR RENT-Twenty-room house, cor. LAW. REAL ESTATE. LOANS AND diali, welcome.
WANTED.-To rent or buy Improved commissions and expenses Applicant Co., Jas. McHugh, Prop. aug20 FO- SALE-Kill the germs of fever-- ner Barracks and Zarragossa street. COLLECTIONS J. H. BREW(
place, not more than 8 miles north must have good references and $1000 GROW GINSENG. IArge profits. ord'er a barrel of slack lime to-day. Suitable for boarding house. Apply PALAFOX AND ROMANA. N. HORSLER. K. of R.
or northwest of Pen-:'cola, with 15 to cash. capital secured. Experience un Room in your garden. Roots for sale. Phone 367. 4auglm to Mrs. M. J. Moreno, 216 East Zarra. PHONE 559.
25 acres of land in cultivation. as- r.ecessary. Address "Manufacturer," Write today tor literature. Bucking- gossIa 26mt Rathbone
tine Hutto. Holts, Fla. 1septlm* 21 West Atwater St., Detroit, Mich. :ham's Ginseng Garden, Zanesville, O. MiSC llaneOUS JL Po STOKES, a hrd ef
KI.NG & HUAL. contracting painters p 13aug3mos. Mo y to. AttorneyandCoUselloratLaw oa'ok lat
na hig atiPeao FOMR SA.LE-South half block 211, HORSES AND MULES. -0 o't 1ka ts Bo
are decorators. Fine arnishag WANTED-The people of Pensacola fronting 400 feet on 13th street, by HORSS AND MPLE-Turton & DO YOU WANT to bor moneyin 108 East Government Stret on buid
n isin.iphone 24pi. 29aug.a Wa to cease worrying. Let The Journal 137, feet on Bay V'ew Park; also McMillan willl lave in a few days amounts from $500.00 up? We have -Genera, awePracttce
~ait. Th r e detective andr ca ~south half of blork 2.t, fronting 400 for Tennessee, where they will pur- $10,000.00 to loan at 7 and 8 per cent.
........... ...-m They are -m ." detectives, and can feet on 14th St.. by 1372 feet on Bay chase a car load of Tennessee hor,-es interest. ho. C. Watson & Co. 6aug GEORGE DOUV I E we hoie.
rs. Laura Creary ill rhsume inr the man you are looking for View Park. The only p:,perty adjoin- and mules, which will be on sale on CERU
and oiit the p'ona Eof all form- pepinclu ea ~keethe 25,00 or 30. ng Bay View Park that is now for September 7. Wait for the arrival MONET TO IANM gD- ooo rea- ARootm 8 ORNEY TAW C. Levy of &
nder custom!. the p.o inaerested in good -pe lacola. makesth Population sale. The beautiful view down the of this stock. 29 aug tate see rity. or on good collateral, Knights of Columb
rcst ,r Id~ icared and she d Iia.- bayou and down the bay rcn never be PIANO TUNING. at lowest rate. L"sULe Brookl, Cceti
bsit eo andAny inelligen t person may earn a obstructed A V. Clubba. 30 worked at this 14 years in MobileI pr FisherWbESidig. ia u vH l M IITH Khl t
uca with be ampes or phone 147. gooand Vault Fixtucorr eond evefornew m office Thieen Building for furtalmos Aia. MAIL I will satisfy you in price an'EDM
uglmr Co. Jape-s no canvassing; exper terms new;r particulgh grade; cheap for cat. I nclity for k. J. ConuradScott, D 211 MONeY i l aM a DENTIT.A Recorder.






aUK20 Scarrit Moreno, Pensaeola, Fhl., Flor- 24auglm. 1 viceeach y. Iromhileto Be.f t a Room ih Brent Buuli ing. Phone, 8 ---- -te
ANTED-Theunnecessary. Send for kno artthat ulars. Adrss C., P. Box 395. room st Gregory St., Pensacola.N omn Oe .. eCh, Stneo. Mon day FisherBuild
WANTrED.--You t know that you caa Nor'hern Press Syndicate, LocI9po:o wed-yun.ou sM"
buy nice, are pion Copaferst r : atY.T' a 1 E day. house at Gou..-yresldein; large on yard RAL ESTAT ONIT LOAN W on al kind o peW. P WILLIAM svitatdoa t


Florida. New Orcgano o Grocery CmR tl d s ha.e treesWanear rairoad f.fty feet AL TAT in of ity o pia CONTRCO N 2 73LDERe a 'ee
OOMERS WANTD a NoWANTED7 W-Agents n diro e Nt ooun- Hill, either including wholea.blok thin your houe on getlo time pay 28 outh alaox t hoe 1144 to Pensaca Busnes College invited. T. S
'V.A.N"T-TE`I.-E-Eeryl'od" to know that ties in Florida to handle Alpine Safe of twenty lots 40x137 1-2 feet each or' cheap by calling at this office. m D R. JNe. Tt







laeul Street, ciy laigtwa ,2 aug3w eaho cheap Hale Waton t Coff 5co. Prompt attention always gien B. t WITKOVnKig secr. <
ur Blend of e may be it and Secodhad cash rk AILORING-Co.' L Fire and BurglarProo quarter block of five lots. Apply at business PJO aca. la.
Co. wants your movingew Orleans and Vault Fitures bargeveryn. my office, Thiesen Building for furta- anr MAL notice. No seclal rate to b e m o lare -- Naom Lode A 10 Re








All breakage guaranteed. T. B. Thor* FOR 8ATAE AND) RENT.- Block top> be Been at Jamcs McHugh's. 22mcl West Government f. Pens-colaoa fo to The New York Loaa Co.. 204e LET US FURNISH ter, oeets every Mondaye
Gorcery P Co. Jas. O. Pro18. 1escription. Write me for terms. er particulars. C. W. Hagerman. Iocar for tayl. r. Dhoutly tal YOUR e srnt
ug20 Sarrtt Moreno, Pensacola, Fl. Fior- 24auglm. .Rom Bnevice each way. .ro. Chipley to Bay.n Room 8.Bre
...... head. Address J. M. Taggle, Chipley. .... Penecola Llle No. 4, I.
wAnTED-The public to know that e a tState Aget .SAJune. FOR SALE OR REINT.-New 7-room1i FIL eE...PNc24mlk N
we are pion, e.: ('offe RoaE. : B HOTL--Opn nt and day. house at Goulding; large yard. REAL ESTAT MON LOAND n all kindsF.M. WILLIAMS, I t every ursy
ery Co., New Orleans. MHugh ProcerCo. l rn pl ad Rooms gte d shade trees, near railroad, fifty feet REAL ESTATE In all ipart of t m O W a t CONTRAC N b D t te e l et




%,SNTED-Yur erop.oaw. cl one .pola de s or Ead.th FOR SAE-lBeallocknNew J. H. ORT makr Bullard upstath ia Office, rBrna to haree bldg Int tret Hasllg Nob 10
Spo.r your dynamo, do youut wig, etc. R 'Pom a 1t t auah Palafox. Asep well and outhouses. A good bargain. You buy the ground and we will 28o South Palafox St.Phone 1144 A B





one 570. Penacola Electric Co, PLUTO! PLUTO Apply to postmaster, Goulding Fla. build your house reaonab long tie. a to loan n amounts o PHONE No 1104 SWENY. Se.
ItOOMERS WANTAD) at No. 17 We; 7p pfno. ,22aug3w*tP -i F.d r Hale Wilson & 0tmepay-no oPromi
lA.Rua Street, city. 2ug6" -__ men___ HeWo Prompt attention always given 1 3.R. WITROVSKI. eret
.....FOR AL--Second-hand cash regis- TAILORING-E L. Diamond, 'r Tj. UNLAIIjTED amount money to loa to business Pesacola. Fla. I
WANTED-The Mndencrants Transfer For em ter n perfect conditioodon. Will sell condiment' clothing leaned an4 on all kinds ra Poe Zaagosropea andrty. Tarragon E A A ST
Co. wants your moving and auUng cash ofar ora time. real bargain. Can repair on short otice. No.11- rat to busne m CREAM DELIVERE IN ANY W.O.W.
All breakageguarnte.T. B. Thor. FOR SAIE AND REN-T.--Bck top be seen at Jame McHugh's 22mda West Government At., Pensacola .F l a rens. The N ew York Loan Co.. 204 dLET Ue er
am. Prop. Phone 978. liJunei. tent, 28x60 feet. Splendid for par- FOR SALu--Grood paying grocery, Ide south a YOUR oco in L 0. 0. F.
We want every-ody lo know that wO ties to camp out of town. Address P. chenp rent store, living rooms in FOR --0-W EDOLLR AR N Dkl FI F Itiag sisters cordially invi







d tatnse 44 cirea toy.ach h.a', f.r ae loaded a ned unloaded ee -per centf n ere los. a 6 QUANTITY. present t. mR. S. D ,
oante whO lg gd resale and a oS reerd a nGR cash CENTS per head, we will haul out CE A I h i PyA al i
Grocer}" Co., Jas. -ugh, Prop. Sic, r sae. Reasclns for selling, am leave. at 136 East Intenldencla. Herring AONF TO LOANN ON DIAMOND. .
cases. especially adapted for mi" :ni.' cltY, ou account of sickness. Tele- BroM esa b Watm T, Chains, Rings On dAln ING UPd.alA.
aug$0. winery purposes or for drug store; paone 1064. 1____ lauglw*j SAILMAKER. thrWof ooeAteeseeunty at lowest rate OfN
WAN TED-rour electric work of all On oen lot of counters and fine FR SAIE-Beautiful block in New J. H. PORT=, salmaker, 716 901th interest. Bargains n 1 unredeemod Besse's IcF
kinds. Let us cleaa your fans, re. French plate glass mirrors. E. i. FORLet N ul block -@ $ 1. POl t, elOeak en7forlneres.
pFhine Be0. Pensacola EClectrTc Co.O PLUTO! PLUTOC Apply to A. 3a1.mlN-A,.-voIng mpt0-hs-- -A. .


phone 3S0. Acosta & White, 22-28 N.
T'rragoa. 2Smch
WANrED-Oruers for The Journals
*ceen Pensacola and Panama Canal
dtlion. which will shortly appear.
Will gntaia balt-tone pictures of city.
harbor and special senses. 15 cent.
Leave orders at Journal ctce.


Mdi uph .graph& in We uLJau s* 1fw a lou-
FOR SALJ-At a saorlflc furniture
store. stock and acconsts. Call at WALL TINTS by experts: results
38O140 E. Intendencia&. & Iguaranteed. Fairchild ard Rice. Phone'
FOR SALE--One Cho'ce ebock on top R 12Julylm
of the ridge east of the electric FOR SALE.-Two pair extra fine
railway, between 7th and 8th streets. young mules, sound and in gocd
Nature has favored this secUon and It' condition. Also one 2-horse Stude-:
cannot be duplicated. A. V. Clubbi. baker wagon..W. S. Garfileld. June.


M. r. GONTALEZ & CO., Props. j F
Manufacturers IOUnd !
CHOICE MEAL AND PURE GROUND --' "
STOCK FEED. FOUND--One black ox branded J. H.,i
Buy your meal and stock feed from marked with a crop and sp!lt and ui-
the borne manufacturer, encouraging der bit in one ear and over square in
nome industry, contribute to home other. Owner can obtain same by ap-
labor, and leave your money in youw plying to C. P. Gonzalez, Bohemia, 1i
city. 25auglm*


WANTLED- oond-band Cora, Oat C&- -
Sad cotton ed meal sck. Out o . .. .. CUPID,
F. B. Melles & Oo.0MareJIm:
A. IL BINGHAM wants your moving gcan be
mad hauling. He guarantees all break-,
age. Phone "0. 1cneeFishin
BUCONL,-i.aND FURNITURE. House sils furn

fo. address P. Box 53. CityYOU ARE LEAVING THE CITY

LT RENTAL BUSINES our t us attend to the collection of your RENTS. We Intend to CAPT.
specialty and your business wliW e It.. . ..
avecarefuatte D. Hale stick by the post of our duty and make the interest of our
moA oo - clients our first consideration. Do not lose faith in your In- Wal

Beard and Rooms. vestments or sacrifice your home. Pensacola real estate is al


WANTED.-A good man who can run
typewriter and do office work. Ap
ply at once. Thos. C. Watson & Co.
ISept.
WANTED-A few hoariers in pr:va:e
family: convenient :o ra;road shops
and on street .jar :in.': large rxwms.
with privilege of use of I'-st*s and to0-
ephone. Address D. C. S., care Jon-.
Lal. 24auglm
BOARDERS WANTED --By day. week
or month. Dninc room just reopen-
cd. Table good and terms rea.-onab!,.
Mrs Dora Donald i. 2'3 N. Alcaa.z.
24aug.2wo
IPAKTTS who want to rent houses
ams or ar things ese for taas
matter. will find The Journal Want


worth as much to-day as it ever was.


We offer


A Nice Investment, Corner House on 7th Avenue, rents for $7 2
per menth, house In first-class condition, .

A Six-Room House on East Belmont street, a nice home, at I1400
Money at the lowest market rates of Interest on Improved or
vacant real estate.

THE FISHER REAL ESTA TE AGENCY


206 South Palafox Street. Phone 87.


At 42-JRAl1- a JS -,A M A %b btgo% A A ----------m -m m--,a -qwm 47-


Bicycl


CAPTAIN

BENNIEEDIMUNDSON'S
LAUNCHES


RORT. L. E., NANCY AND
EDNA S.

chartered' by the hour, day or
Terms, reasonable.
ig Tackle and Cooklin Uten-
nished if desired.
PHONE =C

BENNIE EDNIODSUO
OWNER.


ter S. Hooton,
General Dealer In

les. Bicycle Sundries


)la













0.,
ts,

Fla.





)UNCIL.
ng of th e
rd Aledass
Dp. m. AN
o be prow
BERTS,
PresidenLt.

K. of P.
Ing at $:0
all, Blokt
?alafox and
rethre ea
)N. C. C.

Lodge Nt.
meet every
Ing a t8:0
nor. Blount.
Ing. sath.
alafo eLad
irgbht are*
TL. C.

us.
of the
Column b
the!r hall,
t Intenda
on every
evening a

ONES,
Knight

0. 0. p.
Ing at 7:0
it umaI
cordtlWy
rINsoN,

IS
bekab ib
night as
Ham V*
te*d to e
YER.
Secretary.
r Irt sa
at 7: o V.
Vest Iata


W4Pr. W
-'*'U**


Wedneedays in each month.jL Twa
sovereigns cordially Invited,
F. A. BOOHICH, C. 0a
LISLIE E. BROOK,. Clerk.
W. 0. W. C.. Oak Grove. No. v ,
VWoomnien Circ-e meets ;vry Thurs.
day c(-,.-ning :20.), third floor Blount
'ihtNn hmilflinz. sourhwolt corner
Palatfox and Garden streets. Visiting
sovereigns cordially invik-d. Mrs. W.
A. Smith, C!erk; Mrs. M. B. Ols-
Guardian.


Pensaleg, St. Andrewu and
Gulf Steamship G.
STEAMER TARPON
W. G. BARROW, Master.
FIRST-CLASS PA ,.L;,-. U ANM
FREIGHT SRVIUC
-Bet wam-.
pNSACOLA, MOBILE, APALACH.
I COLA. CARRABELLE, ST. AS.
DREWS, MILLViLLE.
And all points on St. Andrews
Carrabe'le and Apaiaahlcola.
SCHEDULE
Leave Pensacola Sunda., 8:30
m., for M-jbile. Ala.
.a.va Peiiaculaa. Tujeds ,. *


S. .. for 5;. An-iews, Mlv.s.e, A;&
and Fittings. lacicola, Carrabele and intor-medif
and Fiting.points.
CYCLES REPAIRED. For additional ,I.formation anply j
CYCLES FOR RENT. J. IL SAUNDIRS
--- E. R. COBB, Pr4",
Iron Safe:. Cash Registers, Typ Gn. Frt. and Pass. Agt-
-. tera, Guns, Pisitols Locks and Urn- Pensacola, Fi
)'-ellaa repaired. -ma
Iawn Mowers, eissors, Ulves
.. sharpened. T
Most complete line f keys in the W, B. WRIGHT 0
City.
Try Hootoi's Messenger Servle Manufacturers of
when In a hurry to menu messages. aud Dealers t
LUMBER. LATHS. SAWED G(,PRK--
12 EAST INTENDENGIA ST. SHINGLES AND KILN-
PHONE 1173. DRIED SAP.L


Speaea rates by the month.


AsaM &grot h


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* 5U rne rENSACOLA JOURNAL, THURSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 7, 1905


A DWorth for aS


the Maly Ian

SAllMthe


hifer


ff be has a roOd ckothes Set-
tIng." a u! nadornedT
is all rigth, excep: in unci'-.
111sed c-o inres,. M-nAy meni
IL Pensao',r'S a r, (4,Werzt


WHEN THE FIRST PUBLIC HEALTH W"" Y A te SHIPPING NEWS
and then come to


FROSTS HAVE



OCCURRED


ORDINANCE

PhIs [D


Interesting Statistics Compiled City Council at Special Sess'on

By Weather Observer Reed on Passes Measure Mailing City


Florida can es .. the.m- Date of Frosts.
-elves by buying oie of our
Ohbserver Reed, of the oral weath-
gW99tee or thuerau, has prepare-i 4:1,n a1is-
ties, relative :o the date.s of th, tirs.
f1 v:illag fros s T7 i'- infornia:iin 't-
espocial'y interesting a: ,he p--.-en:
All size? and hundreds of (tme. owing o th,. foeer s ina:i.n.
patterns from which make lh< observer's data is as follows:
your se.otion. The "O.d 'l)Ica, Office of the- U. S Wca'h,-,,
Reliable" is the prop,,r Bureau. Pnsao:a, Fha., Serp.-o
place for elo'hing outf''.L: r 6,ng
for men who know what "The lfllowinz infornia'ion conce-n
wat and are bound to get Ingfrost forn'a:itms olbs-rv'(.d :n th
wa andar nd ta. s taken fron, 'he i"' -is of t : o
'( n-aeu;ia s'.iion andi :,irr,. s'i f r
'h( fbef-n fit of the ,!)b::: .
"' Ji observe fr-en (he Ita:le r ';v.,'
I l owi that : ,is;', ,r .' ',
,,(,s i! O ctet(- 2t1. i 'I I>;'".;* .

John W white n ::1f :'o ,1 ' -
ho 'a s no: t ;. oh i it'- : :n "b -
Oufitter to Men nd Boys no| r;- '.A\i I
205P207 S. Palafox. : .
Phone 225. 'r -s '2 ie',.,s < :: K0.n',,:- : :
b ":.4. wivt.'bh (da' a; : ho:- ord
1-,^^^r l -n first k :':ine ,rI. Ti .6w .-r
-- t<,rauera:ure, o1i r<-.. rd ,: S-. ni or
Tm i A, 74 degree., t7e' low,"-- f."- (b-o)!ter
T1 3N III I dere(.s ,n Ih, th( ;1: n s,,,7.
THE P LIThe av(raa, dae of : kl
fr os in aunim n is I ru-;,:,,,r- ",h
To introduce my Year F.rs; Frot F;. Kil!in F.
I 714 Oct. 29
ckoyWhAskey I0 Nov. 7 Nov. 1
SI Nov. 4 Ni'- 25
I will give with every $1.00 Is l Nov. 14 No\.. 2.
qINat bottle a full bottle of I Nvov. 21 I-,c. 1r;
I 41 N r)- .2I It- 1!
Sor Cataw) W l. OCT. 29 N v
8S7 Oct. 31 Nov. 21
NIS Nov. 26 Nov "
W.IAL: ov 1 Nov. 1
I890 Nov. 1 IC,, '.
V .g~g.t s HV-LO' 1 Oat 20 Nov is
,a 2,i.- Oct. 2", II)e 2
MW Isey, *3.20. i', Nov i ,o,. 4
S14 Octt. 1 No. 12
tl vered to any part of West 15 No'v. 12 Dec 4
Florid&. 1-'6 Nov 9 lDe.
['h7Dec5c
Morris Dannheisser 0 -t 22 7
12 West Zarragessa Street. ]<99 Nov 3 Ic. Nn
1900 Nov. if, None
"o 1901 No0v. 16 Dec. 1I
1903 ( ;. 125 N ',1 '
1!-4 No'- 1:1 c 1,
The frost 7r- ou 14 in I Pt'. -.
B lue R ibbon I.s ,was a h ', -if p
^7 .' -i n a ir, P'
l fro zz:ng nnT: '*nc m;or-n >' .t of N .
B o tl id. w1aA a hron 2-'.. fi P-
X,,'r -ze .d!. l .,'!', f,,.r I, 1
has no equal. .:. ':.:- ".a Ii,, -
Sold everywhere. 2,. 1'' "' '' : "\* :' -
A,-;, ,* ',. ""

S A. Friedman
NOTc E.
Wholesale Distributer. T r L. <-,;"., :,. .... ,,:,,


Ldr in Imported


Wines


and Liquors.
PHONE 17M.
Ifti 1 SOUTH PALAPOX IT.
OEWSACOLA, FLA.




SCHEDULE

Passengers for Atlanta, Ga., and
polats beyond, and for C'ncinnazt,
Chicago and New York. !eav.nt Pen-a-
eeks on train No 4. at 12:15 noon.
I01 transfer at Fiomaton into through
agches and -sleepe-s running from
m40ad Bay, Ala., to the ahbjve-named



J. W. LURTON,


*Wv. Pws. Asent L. N. R. R.

Still in Business !
GEORGE A. PETTERSON,
is now located a'
&br. Government and Barcelona Sts.,
and i hbe'- ;'p, ; tri.d tian ever
to repo:'' -a:'- ;ypee r'ars.
guns. p:s'o, .cwks. light ma-
chiner-. anr blcy, :os
PHONE 203.



Years of

Satisfactory,

Work
.. ,. -' : .. n
fo : :"r,.i': rn *
LAUNDRY WORK
THAT SATISFIES.
Bet.(r : *-. 1 f v r
bu .. I' ., ,-u ou
::: p.: .j :nd ,' a: .sfac-
tion

The Star Steam
Laundry.
ST L Garden St. Phone 114.
Pensacola. Fla



to. Th'i S. \\ \'t. uN (' ,
IM..O STen ITav, It.
T'l. .t 1:.... 0 ; t':.n,'' "., P '-o -';

1 at." said th, !;,> :". i';; .n th!.-' fir nt
St.
Th e wom.aI st(' o: II to ],-ik.
"It was 14"." shio '>.
"'That Is itn ar on ;:- a "" .il th" l,"v
mq!lt "I know It', w v:', t t yI s5,j4,1
-oa .' in th'i p rt ori the' ,'ii "
"i't o" ho .' would ,u ti,. :' asked the
"I ,' 'h te!l b>y thi do-ir key c'trali.
wa- tle rT1.. "'Most inmen linve it. Not
ono in: :i in a hundrled waits till he tr,'t
t.i hi, own door to take 'lut lhi lat"ch
T"!'. Tl:e n t:iu. tuu' rnt- iii on tm- ,i .'A. -i
1; k lie n 'oii S' tisly digs ii.:o his
I> i.it ."--New York Po,-t.

B- c(omb.
reoe comb or beeswax, the mater-'l
of vhich tbhe honey cells InII the lV.ieliv.
rre compose 1. is a wax lp:vdl'e-d 1o i
-"etoTll of chemi.trv c rr;r l on in T
"vvat\ ;ockets'" w ii'h ar. )lo. tivl-d it
The atodlomeni of al! wo'k:!;Ag loIees. It is
a lecfiliar rllsRt.inT,-o ani is anid to bej
a;.:l' r-)u. to the f..,'s of hiirhor nn:-
ir.:als. Originailuy it was s ,ppite;o i that
tl:i- war wa taIe'n np In an nltn ost
pure state from the flowers bty the.
Ie-,. buti recent experiments carried ton
loy the leading botanists and cheir!sts
of the world conclusively prove that
the tee is capnble of elaborating his
pecular wax. although continued to a
diet purely saeeharine in its nature.


Hew He G(ot the mean.
John Henry Maedler. toe astronomer.
wh,!s;e favorite study w i'ft'ie mnooin.
h.i :ng learned thit Friu Wntte. the
it.fe cf the state ,o n,'-,'r. owinedl a
u aouderful model of is l: pet lun::narv,
i'eit years trying to gi:t" pose-st.in
of it. Al her husband was living. he
,)uld north mrn-r the owner of tbe modl-
r-.. so !i-i ni,'--:ed er itai'h'er. and nt
the denth -!' hi. ni 'er-n- aw the coy-
oeed n -oon i'eanme lis.
A Remedy Without a Peer
fin;! (C!:'.n ''er :n'.- S', 'a,-'- an !
a. a r '- t :- \ v-r use ;1
-. -t. -h T, -'.. a. 'say J P Kio'e. o.
n"ia. M. For t:-.v d sor.!-r of 'h-
I'' 1 a ch *': : ':;> "., :" .,: n-i': a 'i *,T
a Ta,-' arc v.;h,:- a p ". Fo
.-a h'. a. ..r':cis, s.

EMPTY BOTTLES.
I.f't' ci : r it s- d t:'r
c:tpLy Boszo b, at.eL at Nicks rs-
a',urant.


Physician Head Health
Officer.

A spee!al m, ;ing; of the coumnc:!
.as a t '. y .-Te'rday a't .>:)n for 'h,.-
;,p !i; ot) pu:I in-. on ifnal passage
vo ,ord;naci which had bh n in:ro-
'" ;' a prt viomus ::in: Mayo,:
l'.i.-s pr,-idt-l. and Tie foll,)w.ng a.-
,Tr::'ni were, prfsn. : Mes.-rs Wright.
.McHi-h. R;.y. Maura, Christ!e,
('Al:L anl! Y.'pn o.
T :. or :. ,. r, in'. t health
v.a' ,' whi, I. pul,.-h d how
.a! p-n da ,oni its :-(fi .: I r,' di::g
A 'irman n( i i ,f'i :. a n inM l)('r 0
;'i the rd.inan ,- \ wa the'l pas., !
:i -i ;'i ii '.!., z form :
The N'w Ordinance.
\n .' !raIn , .'i ng to ihe ('i'y
I' arl I, r the Civ of 'Phti-
.; '(,.: an.; of" . a A in -
I' .i :., :II)ar a
II'. ()i: ;'nii> iy 2h'? M av-or an.;
('i.ni. i of ;,' :('"y of Pensacola:
Se(". .:o 1. 'Th:1; !.*e C:ty Board'. e
e, -i'h ofI tihe1 'i i I' P n1 aroia s';
p *on-;> ( ':" ;!!,.. ,i ".t *i ('tao Phy r ;-
litaC:. "iI C :.:; :r in o! Pit 1c Salety. o, 1' ;iiec Works, an I
the Ha-to7r and Sa .,arv CommirLteo,
of the cit.y Co inn .;.
S, (*ion 2. Tha all 'aniiary inspec-
lor.- .i. 0 oit r t -niplloycts of the
Health I ,l.:r( ; -mt' of the City -f
PtInt-acila ,ha: iho- appointed by the
Ci rv HBoar', of H':i' h from time too
ti:' ;,, :he o s.mni ni.iy ib authoriz''d
!') lo Counci!.
St 'o ; :. That the C':y Physi,-!an
.-hal '.- *the H,-ai hii Offli-.r of Pensac )!a. and shall receive there'
for a .-ia ary of F.ff y Ilv),) a.'s i.- iS '),.0
per month in addition to his sala"y
as Ci:\ Physician. The s.id Health
Officer stbhjpc t tho 1 ordinances of
th, ( iit and the rule, nd ro ilations
of Tha tY Bari of lleal i. shall
hav. general chart of the sanitary
insfple:ors and o'her employeess et
the He'al:h Deparimen: of the City.;
and in addition to the powers anil'
(!ut l s hi( rh.'v)y conferred upon him
-ad Healih Offc,,r shall possess a!l
qhe powers and p, rfornm all the dutoC;
(.infored upon the Heal:h Officer of
C('it'iy by exi-,in g ordinances nbt'
I: I ,n Tilie: heri-, :h.
4 TIh th, City Heialth
,'- '" .p -' h v' e* p,,\- t i s, n
,' ..- ,,f ., 1' .. ', ,,f In ,.a !h ("- a
II-o'-:IIr n
v ".),1d n.)- ,x intr P. y 1;ay?. I.r"

"- .,* '. H -- ;'. ""., ,l.i'. s .' n f e or.
S : : .i : l!' :ird of J ealt


S ulgf Ctt
l~tj r


Faylcn and Intcndcncia.
W. H. Fillingim, Proprietor
MEATS AND VEGETABLES, POUL
R Y AND GAME If SEASON.


FREE DELIVERY.
PHIL JONES. MANAGER
PHO:E 9.


Feed


Is More


Than


Breed


O HE right feed will convert the
veriest ocrub into a paying an -
imal. Add Sucrenc Dairy Feed to the
present ration. Note the immediate


gain in milk and the
improved appearance
of the cow. The ex-
tra milk more than
pay. for the feed.
while the evidence of
better health indi-
cates the complete as-


*imilation of Sucrene Dairy Feed and
a greater utilization of the roughage.
It's the business end of the ration.
A trial will convince.


SOLD ONLY BY


F. S. MELLEN 6 CO.


The
Mystery
of
Milk

TA
Free
Book


the Old Reliable


Nick's


Restaurant.


where the best is
always obtainable.


All kinds of Fish, Soft Shelf
Crabs, Western Meat-
REGULAR DINNER SERVED DAILY,
25 CENTS.


TURPENTINE STILLS.
McMillan Bros. Co.
Manufacturers,
MOBILE. ALABAM A.


MARKET TS
Naval t ., Maiket
;;annah, (;a.. -Sit. 6.-Tic. nava-,
.i i zoant et c. .s'-- to-day -,s lt-
lor:.s:
W .. . .. .. .. .. ......... 5 40i
W (A . . . . . . . . ..
M ........ .... ..... ...... 4 :
K .. . .. .. .. ... . 1 41
I .... .. ... .............. 4 --'
S . . . . . . . . . . .
G . . . . . .............4 .
"' ..... ... .. ............... 1 ,)
. .. . .. .. .. .. ........ 4 ;
C0. . .. . .... .......... ...3 35
Spirits Tuirpentine. '. cent;..

Pirating Foley's Honey and Tar
Foleyv & Co., C'i.-ano. origin-tol
lHorne and Tar as a throat and ring
.'niIvdy, and on ap-icnlinr of The g:r.'.'
Imerit andi pop (iar;:y of Foley's Hon-
ey and Tar niranv i'nmita:ions are of-
fered for the genuine. These worth-
less imitations have similar sounding
rames. Beware of tihem. The gen-
uine Foley's Honey and Tar is 'n a
yellow packaue-. Ask for it and r,"
fuse any sui:>ti;t;. It is the best
remedy for coughs and colds. W. A
D'A:cmber;e, Drt.gist and Apothecary


Arrived.
Ida. Span ss, Aranao,
Gulf Transit Co.
Cleared.


Brooli-woord. Dr < D rown. h'7Z-. forU
Tynte tn,! hi'l. ". i 1 77.41:0 ft Iun
her. 2iZ.'_3 .0).'. t-ja'.'. n er .

VESSEL-S 1%,!,CT*O'*
steamsalp.-V
A mn: e, D ch '10' !0 border
Brouk'..-ool. Bri-. 19. !' 7, Sa-
'. arnah zo z:i, xWin .Re Co.
ord kr.
D'.t~:~ r s, lj.r' .1 ai:_2 Faro

('rtifport tiF~. 0) 1- '.'e o.(

An >. s Ini mlo'.i,'o, (.nrnfrom
Tanipa.,
it" R-. NMa-inc-r.(Caw. tI1'!. )fr-im
New Uric ans.
Pert-:Ic-oa Am, sq, 0l1,arN, 10 S,.
N.-N w -,iean'; L'i(P'llf Tt'ans:t CO.-
sinttln!-Zitt'. Pr - z :ao!nI. I~
S~n ~ :o ..A .I'-t & Co.


iverpcol to


Ships.
men 00 G M Ma-m ti'.'


f" r-y Crois., \ Nor tk. ..ii!?- ",
(',r ) h:a'So;a o;'.
;a ril>: 1 i. l d :P i. AL-,'n n
HIIu.- on. N X ;."; Kual-en, 77,
,!oiI ") :'. ".
?aur; t'- r,;,.i ; I'a )rt i; I C'nr
!:;, Op oi':o t i. I ia. & Co.

nI'na Chr-: ., :.a, Amrn .. Axe,
1"7 Ii 'izt, tin :;.a.'er.
H j. 'itar. AnIt !. i .-\x .-'sI. i '.
W L: t G(iTulf T-nnsit (C).
N',as. Rus sch. Stne i- 3:, (
center; :) Maso'r


-FEEL IMPENDING DOOM.
The f-.eling f in:(A ip n' doolm in;
Sthe mind: oI many 0v', ;'is of Br0'i-'.-
dii.,' an'i dia' :, ha, i,. ;' ('hang
01 ;o lh :ikf;ilft' -s ; l, i, no:; ."-
r:vel from i :t;;.n.: Fo;",.y's I i,{, .'"
Cure. It wil: cr ,re inl p.ent It 13 i!t'-~
diabh't(s and give-s conifori and reI -.'f. SliLh; dis
orders are c;ir' r in a fl',' days. "I
had diahti',s in its worse lornm." 'wripe,
Mar:on leoo of I)unr:i:!h, Ind. "'I
triei eight ;hsi i:tns w ith ri-ef. Only"
three i> made mil a wa.l iman." \V. A.
D'Alembe'rte, Druggst and Apothe


LAUNDRY NOTICE.
Owing to the scar-ity it collections LA AMA MILN
and the absent e of M.1:. Walker Ing-
raham from the city, i; is nccs-t-mry o
place the business on a cash baii. FOUND S
Monthly cIustompers a.e h(ry n 't
lied that money niut.t he. left at ho1 'n
:) pa.y delivery man. or poe.ca;,e wi.l STATE EXAMINER
!i broughtt lia:.k to laundry office.
STAR .LAINI)RY, SHORTAGE OF OFFICE
,sept 1w By ii. J. Mackey.


1),- io


NOTICE.
further noice nmy store wi!!
from 7:30 a. rh. iunil i p5 ;1 i
L.\Z J.A('(IY.


SIt- | i' a ni. 't Ci
I i of alh ,a : n s .v, ,
I- io o I' i '*\ )! i i' ri ( t- ,-,--
i 1 ., 11 t' -, ,
:" :* t, :, I 1 i: a' a n y ' ;i .
," i 5 Tint h" r .'
f( v"I. -; (- X'-."; :N of P "
:r-,' "i ,'.p : .*" ',:! ;"ion i v : 't
7 1 t 1
,: :' 1 :. :) ) : o, . ,f fov ,,:
.:. .., l; -' r. !V;I e .- ic ,; 'i l--,

of f( .'r- to ie S ea itoar, iof
S-ct i in 6. 'I'ha anya r per-tnn eon-
ni0',d in lthe 'Pcl'ct Coiiur (,f v'.:iia:-
;ng an' prov'.-;, i of !:ii or,,ini.n .o

r ly i';,ri.Ionn, ::t no' -ex 'o n do (
;ix:\ (:n da.I -. or b: y 'o';i such it,'
'. ti 2:" ;.:w n lle:ilt in : te' Ii.cri: o' n iof'
'' R ,' 'i, ;r- ir.
Se'i'nt 7 Tha, at l ord!nanee.: a:-d
par-s of ordintaners in confli t hit"- -
A,"'h I,-' an.,! :hle sanie -, h''n,'e r,,
,, a I.
Se. ;ion x. Tha thibs ;ak, tffif ', in'.n:1 Ita .iYv upon i;s pas-
-as.,-, and app;'ovai.
P ''--., Set" i;i I: a (. 1905.
A-p.l-o'e- S ;)i ,:;:!):-r 1!. 190..
A. -. : ('IAS BLISS.
E. ,rmRRITT." cl rk Mayor.
Physicians Must Report.
Mayor H;,s >'a'p 1 to T;at coun ill
:hat the (oijeo': of pa-silng the or -
nanuc" inmm'editirily wva< o cmopel a:i
phy;ic ans to report "a-i.s to the pr1 p-
(,* authorities. lHe statd that some
(f the doct' r- -'rsaisT '11 igrorin r li,-.
qiiests to report all 'i.-pi ;iiOt3 : ' i f f.er and thrat :; was his :n:. nation
'( "igtn the ordinance ar once so I. a:
: e i)id be enforced at ;he pr".' :0it
,:me.
Alderman Sol Cahn ask-:l fir '')
tnani'loln. s conseO of t'.) co in :l..
h ich wa-zs 2-anrl, t ,' inIrodiilCe the
'. :o -'inz re-;ol'-iioin :
Thanks Physicians.
S Res-lv .d. Tha- :he Ci-.' C )un- il
'e.in ,;'se the course tak-.-i by i ',o
S*a'e B-)arl of Heal:h. an,! rh- Do -
ors Po-:;.r. And -rsot an. Guittras
rnd !he C;tvy Board of Hleal'h be corn-
niet' d f'ol r t; i:r unti-inz efforts in
ryinitZ to s'anip out the -ye!ow f.-vor
nowl prevailing in our nil s-.
iSignedlI "SOL CAHN.
"OSCAR E. MAI-RA."
The ordinance and engrossing com-
itte. throtuzh Alderman Wriuht. r-
ported favorably on the ordinance
-hanginr the C!ty Attorney's sa!a- v
rom $900.0t to $1290.00 per anaura.u
a n the said ordinance was put on its
h:.- read:nz and passed. While wa:i-
in. on copies of the new ordinance to '-)
ypewrltten by the City Stenographer.
motion was made that the minureo
,f the previous meeting be read which
w-as done.


SHORT

LOCATES


ALS IN


TALLAPOOSA COUNTY.


FIRE, LIFE AND TORNADO



...INSURANCE...

Let Us Protect Your Life and Property.


Insurance,
Fire, Life.


Knowles Bros.


The Union Central Life

has a lower death rate, lower expense rate. and higher
Interest rate thb.n any company doing business in Florida.
It should be easy for you to decide the rest.


B. S. Williams, General Agent.


Iron Works and Supply Co.
1:"' Manufacturers .a't,.! Rpopnaii.,rs of
::ts, MACHINERY AND BOILERS
FORGINGS, MILL AND STEAMSHIP SUPPLIES
Lo. 2 STEAMSHIP REPAIRS A SPECIALTY
'oi pt au:tentLon .i.ei to .1 1 inlrs. day or :.it. Agents
a, fr .Ia e .s .t: ky (o.'ss co.-b)ra- 't IA) and Tirn'ler Dog, also f
C! a.rs of .i iscriptions.
Office Phone 123. PHIL WITTMAN, Mgr.
;.oen, Residence Phone 1029. P. 0. Box 123. t:
\\:% % %::'u !t^8^t^:t.^t\%:\% %^4:^^,%u%*j


V. -. --
-I tOO


Real


We are prepared to take all

the real estate that is on the


market.


Escanibia


Phone 1052.


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ta::, gi i ') '. lii: - .!' !i as il(t: ; ;; ', l
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Now Owes the State.
"I fin hait Mr 1 .r P ai'., ci t
n.Ii!i !'i,; !e )!. a l,. i'' f .1" .' ;I ] r "-


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T trf ,.i. ;; i, h n ,v, r ic t 1


Ot t tn or: o f a;. TIXf-''
tn $: ; ,. I n '.-"- ; r 'n -:( 1 t
1r1r 1"I'; T.!. 1 7'r : 1'i, '., 1 ( !n 'r":
r 1. I -


mt of1 7 ,. . 0
hits f) t' io' '.Tvb!:hi ih (1: ni- rt-
p,'.r 1 : :, nu'it,,i vi a to a ,'-, "; ; di n 1-

sho, 1'' hiveo n p ia-" :. n I .T'i; 1,. :'; "
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Hf nav'r.:-r .


M*'2--'.'&?'I-.*~ ~5-A a?-'.'-.7 :-*'7 -X ?-x"- :* -'-YW'
It- X
* TERSELY TOLD
BUSINESS LOCALS.
*. .


:st. rt :s' a';t- -/ '7i. -i-. - -,- -

Pontlrix & Carpenter wiIl furn:sh EU
estinva'es on i'ui-,din, and painting *il
and ,ve personal at:"n'ion to, work. D o
932 B. Strong, and 24 Ea,t LaRua
streets.

McK!nzil Oerting fC Co., wholesa-o
and ri lail ship (han l'er.n and zrocces.
the only fls'.-clas house of tne kind 4
:n Pensacola. Fa:r b~'Nes to all.

Why' use Inferior paper. when yo,'i
can buy Kelso Hone,. i- .. rch D:mlt'y,
Kara Linen, or Crarre's I;ond at C. V.*
Thbompson's. 30 S. Palaf-x.

Saver's extracts are tht Standard. 108
Guaranteed pure. All others are *
mere imitations. Ask for Sauer's. j ***


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OH, DEAR, MHOW HOTTI

Such expressions often escape the women who
use the old-fashioned coal and wood stove.

My! It's Such a Comfort! i

4! is the oft' repeated exclamation of those who _

Pf USE A GAS RANGE.


II PENSACOLA GAS CO.


27 East Garden Street.


Phone 148.


, ..':.- Ut-i.. :tl it. ninfluti.i ::.^*; ^.t' t -W I'; o. tl e;;if ljle ee n..




| CURIOSITY IS NOT ALWAYS A SIN :
It will pay you to investigate our prices before buying your i


We also handle Paints, Oils, Brick, Lime and Cement.
We can save you money on everything.


Saunders Mill Company


Offices
Factory


29 East Garden Street.
North Palafox Street.


That's what a Morris chair is for, to s:r,-*ch out in. Af-
Jui- the back to any desired ang'-e anil enjoy a good
bcok or your evernir, paper. I ;>*t us s.ow you some of
the-e great big eazv chairs on han .. Carv%.' oak frames
and revers'ile vel ur cushion-. Wo\' won' quote prices
th!s time, you might think something was the matter
with thim.


MfARSTON & QUINA,
A110 S. Palafox St. Phone 148. Pensacola, Fla.
*0 0 00 44 ft**4TT$000000000000tm000,


Gen'l Agts
Pensacola


Wanted-


Estate o


Realty


Co,


Fisher Building.


Hardware, Sash,


Doors, Blinds or Lumber.


Phone 717.
Phone 1130.


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