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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 8, 1905
Publication Date: -1985
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
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.Latest Telegraphic News Service==Foreig-n and Domestic--Furnished


by The Associated Press


VOL. VIII.


NO 208


lZev.-latel


PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 8, 1905.


PRICE, 5 CENTS


COAST TOWNS VIOLATE


STATE HEALTH LAWS,


Sr. Tarpon Refused a Landing at EOD

Carrabelle and Apalachicola. MRECORD


'TREATY WILL


BE RATIFIED


Baron Komura Says Home Distur-
bances Will Have no Effect


An Iememao.e rmamr


Gov'r. Broward Notified. |I[ I""""'S"""""11.

M oeIS Mi NT INR DISORDER IS GREAT

M PasMla ,Moti ne oUUU U New Cases 35 and Deaths 6 in Japanese Rioters Burn Churches


Ucius.


PORTER WILL ACT


Srn Msear Wmi Gomeor
I d i Struag Action.
f


BY


STREET


FORCE


NeW ui~leS ieS-
terday.


BARS UP IN GEORGIA


StatS Board Puts on Quarantine
In Cleaning Up the Streets, Va- Against All Infected Districts.


A PLAIN VIOLATION OF LAW a and
WHICH WILL NO DOUBT HAVE CONFLICT BETWEEN ATLANTA
TO BE EXPLAINED-TARPON Drains. CONFLICT BETWEEN ATLANTA
CITY BOARD AND STATE BOARD
NOW STANDING OUT AWAITING CULMINATED IN THAT ORDER
Some of the best work ever accom-
ORDERS. polished In cleaning up the city is now YZESTERDAY-TOTAL FOCI IN
being done, and the manner in which
the street force is opening (rains, NEW ORLEANS NUMBER NEAR.
Telegrams were received here yes- cleaning up streets and vacant lots 500 SINCE FEVER BEGAN.
terday to the effect that the steamer reflects credit upon the men In charge.
Tarpon, which left quarantine sta-u There is a big force of men at worn.
In fact every available man is given
tole during the first potion of the employment and put to work. One By Associated Press.
week, had been refused a landing at piece of work accomplished during 'IHA, ,,i t
both Carrabelle and Apalachicola, al- the past week is the. cleaning up of
to the vessel was given pratique tbe Herron property on the bay front. 0 New Orleans, Sept. 7.-The *
Given pratique hs place, wh ad bee a menace fever situation at 6 p. m. to- *
at the local quarantine station upon to the health the c ty or years, had # day was as follows:;
her departure. grown up with tress, thick under- New cases, 35; total to date, *.
This action may cause those who brash and shmbbery to such an ex- 2,177. *
p lvened the vessel from landing ten that it was ap"esible tr a per- Deaths, 6; total, 304. *
eA-s erable trouble, as Governor son to pass through It. This has now New foci, 9. #
reaB ben notified by State been cl eaed prsmats an entirely Cases under treatment, 308; *
Porter and will no doubt aac. *cases discharged, 1,565.
pne t steps to see that the 1~ W ort i belag dope under the **
laws are not violated. supervlon at Actng Street Superla-
-g -1as. Jaa4 PmOWNLW a11t te09 mt oo. -tuRA -bjSr was
teg ka s since, or upon the day of the ap lte the omoe 5 ft0 it the ab- There is but little in the situation
& of yellow fever, and made seme "reet Superintencnt OGn- of interest today. Wit1 the grip of
her Iatr run. Upon her return she glc", wAO G M A Jadegnlte leave the faver loofefed on the original area
did not come up to the city, but stop- when the yellow fever was diesoverecat infection it is not believed that the
ped at quarantine station, where the here, and who is now at Cantoaement. diesase will again this year concen-
freight was lightered over. and the: At such a time as this when tbe trate in any particular section. There
vessel fumigated, after which she pro- health and lives of the citlsens may have been nearly five hundred foci
needed on her run. This was done in be jeapordised by unsanitary condi- during the epidemic, of which half
order to allay the fears of those re- tons in the city, the work of a good have been declared free of infection,
aidng at Carrabelle and Apalachicola, street superintendent to of first Impor- mostly within the last week or ten
mot that it was at all necessary, owing tance and Acting Superintendent days.
to the fact tlht the vessel is now car- Spottswood is full ng the require-
rying no passengers. This was done ments in a most oommeadable man-'GEORGIA QUARANTINES AGAINST
upon the suggestion of the state ner. ALL INFECTED DISTRICTS.
health ottoer. -
The vessel never touched at Pensa-" Atlanta, Sept. 7.-The state board
cola, and upon her departure from the EXPELLEDU ROM of health today ordered a quarantine
quarantine statioa was given pratique of the entire state of Georgia against
by Dr. Porter, but yesterday the news "T DPDI ID U all infected districts and places. The
ease that she could not land, and was I T L H l. R UDLIC Atlanta city board last Sunday refus-
staading out awaiting orders. ed to quarantine against the infected
Dr. Porter immediately wired Gor- points and yesterday the state board
emor Broward acquainting him with MANAGER OF FRENCH CABLE rved notice on the local board to
the circumstances, and it is expectedM quarantine Atlanta, which later today
that the governor will take prompt COMPANY PROTESTS AND IS the city again refused to do. I
ftaps. as It is a violation of the laws The state board then issued a proc-!
at the state to establish a quarantine FIRED BODILY. lamation quarantinfng all the infected
without the authority of the state territories and this will be effective'
board. as soon as inspectors can be put on
By Associated Press. the trains entering the state from all;
SPANISH WAR Caracas. Venezuela, Sept. 7.-A directions.
governmental decree was Issued to- Certificates that persons have not.
Iar o~er pllind from th ter-Itor of been in an infected district within


SVETERA S ATHER he repiilic M Brus, manager of the
Frem h Cable Company. for protesting
against the decree of closing the over-
land an-y coas offices of the company.


ECVONO ANNUAL REUNION NOW
BEING HELD AT MIL-
WAUKEE.

By Associated Press.
Milwaukee. Wis.. Sept 7 -The sec-
ed annual reunion of th-e United
Spaaish war veterans and the ladi's
Sx'liary of that organira.ion began
here to-day. A large number of de,--
ates and visitors are present and the
ity i~ handsomely decorated in their
honor.


SCANDINAVIAN DELEGATES
MEET AND ADJOURN.
By Associated Press.
Karls;adt. Sweden Sept. 7.-The
conference of the dele',ates of Nor-
way and Sweden appointed to discuss
the dissolution of the unions of the
two countrles adjourned to--ay until
September 13. to enable the delegates
to return to their respective capitals
and confer with thetr governments.
The result of their deltberatUons is
very uncertain.


E3 A TbY- IF3 uI 178


D nflU


ten days previous will be accepted.
t.


Two New Cases at Vickaburg.
Vicksburg. Miss.. Sept. 7--Two new
cases in Vicksburg and one in Fos-
trola, a suburb, is the record for to-
day. The th!rteen patients under:
treatment a:re all doing well.


One Case at Natch-z.
Natchez. Miss., Sept. 7.-After dis-
charging two patients sick from yel-
low fever and gaining a clean bill of
health. one new case was announced.
to-night. The patent is a negro.

DEATH OF LIBERTY

HILL POSTMASIER


riveCson rignt wn iOLD RESIDENT DIED SUDDENLY
OccurAND WAS BURIED THERE
Occur Next Saturday Night YESTERDAY.


By Associated Press. Both of the contestants are continu-
Gan Francisco, Se- 7 -The con- ing their training and the demand for Special to The Journal.
census of opi:.ions: -ha, the Brit!- sats is as brisk as ever. Laurel H.I,, S pt. -Powmaster
Neilsom conte, sche,.i;t d for Satur- 'There will be a fight. said Nelson W. W. Watkins. of Libtrty Hill., Ala.,
0d. afrerncon. li n't bhe postponed at his training quarters to-day. "Don't ten miles from this place, died Tues-
G*d thht Jeff--e.- wi le referee. worry about that. I will fight Britt at day night at 7 oclock Mr. Watkins
Maiagrr G:ffr-:, si tha: h was C('lma Saturday, but you can say that had been quite low for several weeks
onfld'nt ever ob-,a(c:e wo-ild be re- what my manager Nolan has done but had improve 1l so as to be able to
moved. niers with my approval I wi-l take attend to the di t cs of his office for
The managers of Br.jt and Nelson. any man for referee, barring Billy more than a week. He died suddenly,
after the.r !iat sesstrn last night a: R-che. He cannot act. but any of the having just left his office and appa-
' which they faled to rcach an agree- others wil do. This is my position in rently as well as usual. He leaves a
meat rewarding a refer e. arose late the matter." ,wife and one daughter. Mrs. B. C.
to-day and have no" as yet held their Jimmy Britt appeared to .,e not in Hicks.
promised rcwnt:.rnce Tney will meet. the slightest elisturbed in the referee Mr. Watkins was reared in Bullock
however, a. a la:e hour and endeavor matter. He said: county. Alabama. coming with his fa-
to come to ar. understanang It is "I am not bothering myself a par- other to this country In 1856. He vol-
not anticipa'ej that, this ur.expected ticle about the referee. I am oi.t here unteered in July. 1961. under Capt. J.
hitch will cause a permanent dead- to flght and will be rely to enter the T. Brady. with the first company that
lock nl the figh! prerlim'naries. though ring Saturday. Jeffries will referee left Covington county. He was about
it is impossible *o predic: what set- the fight and there will be not purse 66 years of age, a member of the M.
tlisemt of the d:fficu;:v will be made. split. Jeffries. Is suitable to me. One E. church and a good and useful citi-
as Britt tasists on J.lffries and Nel- thing about Jeffries. he has the confi- zen. His funeral took place at his
sm's manager strenuously objects to dence of the public anM' that Is worth residence to-day. conducted by Rev.
Sebhooe of the retired champion. somethingg" W. F. Martin, of Laurel HL


and Wreck Buildings.


POPULAR DISCONTENT IS EVERY-
WHERE AND IS BEING DIRECT-
ED AGAINST BOTH THE FOR-


RUSSIAN FORCES

GET NEWS OF PEACE

BUT THEY CANNOT UNDERSTAND HOW RUSSIA CAN TALK PEACE
WHILE JAPANESE ARMIES CONTINUE TO PUSH THEIR
CAMPAIGN-THE SITUATION INTENSE


By Associated Press.
lAmatensie, Manchuria, Sept. 7.-
The result of the Portsmouth con
ference was officially announced t
the Russian forces here today. The
army is still without official orde's
from St. Petersburg to cease its %':,
like activities and the situation is i
tense. The ol hr :,o ,r *-: ....
an armistice to be declared and can-
not understand how Russia can talk
about peace while the Japanese col-


urns continue reconnoisances and out-
'tost engagentents.
Carrying Copy to the Czar.
New York, Sept. 7.-Carrying a copy
)t the peace treaty signed at Ports-
niOtuth to the etpperor of Russia, Prof.
)k Martens, legal advis-r of the lRu.-
.in peace commission, sailed today
Harre. When pressed for a copy
.. .. .- i'' r;. i' that no ole
but the emperors of Japan and Rus-
sia could see it.


TEXAS NEGRO BURNED

ATS TA KB- US UA L CRIME


EIGN RESIDENTS AND THE GOV- WAS TIED TO A GAS PIPE, FAGGOTS PILED ABOUT HIM AND HUS-


ERNMENT ITSELF.


NO NEW CASES


ARE REPORTED


Suspicious Cases May, However,
Possibly Develop Into Yellow
Fever To-day.


CLEANING UP CITY


Big Forces of Men at Work OR
Sanitation.

ALL PRESENT CASES ARE DOtM1
WELL EXCEPT TWO, BUT
THERE IS HOPE FOR THEIR.
SEVERAL 8USPICOUS CAUSE
WFLL BE REPORTED ON T~


DAM'WP nH11 VIi I i im rTl Bi i i-jr1 nvr>m --. -- -- -'-- f Jr m IP
DAY.
By Associated Press. By Associated Press. I burning of a negro tonight who con-
New York, t. 7.Baron Komr Fort Worth. Texas. Sept. 7.-Steve fessed to outraging Mrs. Norris, aged
New Yorkt Spt. e .-rBaron Komura Davis, a negro twenty years old, was twenty years, last Saturday. A mob The yellow fever sBitstimon tpe.
said this afternoon that he will d ee burned at the stake this evening for of thirty-five hundred men tied the day showed some imp MoiueOnt, no
Secretary of State Root, Friday or assaulting Mrs. S. H. Norris, twelve negro to a piece of gas pipe, piled fag- new cases being developed during the
Saturday, to pay h!s aspects and Inat miles frorh Waxahatchie. He was gots about him. and set the mass on past twenty-four hours. There are,
the meeting will have no other ob- identified and confessed. fire. The negro's suffering was brief, however, a number of doubtful cases,
owing to the fierceness of the flames, and it is expected that two or more of
ject. Tied to Gas Pipe. which were fanned by high winds. Theo these may develop into fever to-day.
The Baron denied positively that the Fort Worth. Texas, Sept. 7.-A husband of the woman is said to have; Dr. Porter when seen last night
present disturbances in Toklo Migh; special from Waxahatchie tells of the applied the torch. stated that he thought the astuatlon
influence the JTpanese emperor to was somewhat improved, but that
withhold his ratification of the peace | ter se uldwudoubedl 6t
treat-. He said the treaty wouIF E CAUBSCRIP IONS other cases would undoubtldy vel-
ratified as soon as the emperor re- were t number of doubtful cases eow
ceives the official copy of it. IWunder surveI of dbtflance.ow
Mob BurnChuhes i I IOf these, there. are three new ones
Mob Burns Chuhes.at the home of Mr. Ketterer on the
Tokio, Sept. 7.-A nmo burned ten T l corner of Tarragona and Zarrags
Christian churches and pne mission II streets. Mr. Ketterer lhmself is 111i
school house last night.a No people and two of his children have been
were injured. fl U stricken, his wife alra-dy having the
Sfever. Other cases looked upon am
Martial Law Estabihed suspeiou are on Bast Intendencia
Tokio, Sept. 6.--Wednea~y (delay- street lnd Eat Governmet street.
ed in transmission). Aa Imperial or- ConMditon of P.ttindk
finance has estab i Uabd a t* i w eI e tioa at we
in Tokip. The disrd r IWe.. U eh y ,e n th eigt
g....' - -"- -* ---- -.. ..-* .* .. -~ -ftn f.-* "* I n,9
POLICE ARE WITHDRAWN The Plague of Europe Continues One Has Been Started and First.r.. 'en w. Fshero enN ort
AND SOLDIERS ARE ACTING i DeVlers street. Winters, however,
to Spread in Ger- National Bank Heads List WiIf showed some improvement veterday.
Toklo, Sept. 6.-Wednesday noon but his temperature is still very high.
(delayed in transmission.) The only many. Donation Of $500. Fisher is in a very serious condition,
serious disturbance this morning was and it is feared that he will not re-
the partial wrecking of a printing of- cover unless an improvement is shown
flee. A crowd of people attempted to By Associated Press. Acting on the initiative of the First within a short time.
enter Hlbaya Park, but the soldier's Berlin, Sept. 7.-An official bulletin National Bank, Mayor Bliss has de- Gulteras Not Coming.
prevented them from doing so and reports fifteen new cases f.om cholera r
some fighting resulted. and six deaths for the twenty-four cided to accept for the city, popular Dr. Oizlteras, Who was here last
The pOlice are being withdrawn be. hours ending at noon today, making a subscriptions to a "cleaning-up" fund. week, has notified Dr. Porte* that it
cause they have fallen into popular total to dare of 105 cases and 3. President Knowles of the First Na- will be impossible for him to return
disfavor. The soldiers and G- deaths.onal Bank geste the matter yes- to Pensacola. Upon reaching Tampa
disfavor. The soldiers and Gn- deaths. ,ge the matter y he found that it was necessary that
darmes are performing police duty, Sx Deaths in Prussia terday and offered to head the litt.he go to Havana to attend to some
nations. Marienburg. Prussia, Se,.r. 7.-One with the sum of $500. and it is stated business In connection with the Uni-
Apparently the outbreak is d11u to woman and five men died here today that other prominent firms and bank- versity of Havana, of which he was re-
the anti-foreign sentiment, but the ov. of cholera, and several suspected ing houses will come up liberally, gently elecmtd dean. Vhen he left
ernment Is anxious to prevent inlurv cases are under observation in negh- though they have not been sollcite'l upon reaching Tampa that he would
to the legations. The foreigners who boring so. Offers fromthe outside have be able to return to Pensacola and
are caught by mobs are roughly us-,d. to
People Kept In Ignorance. rADuA, ELL[ HAS also lbeon received, but heretofore all remain here for some time assisting
The irritating feature results fo CARRABELL HAS have been refused, in the work of eradicatig the disease
the continued failure of the govern Mayor Bliss yesterday, however, af- but unfortunately he has been unable
meant to inform the public of the exact TOWN ELECTION ter viewing th. city and noting the to do so.
results of the Portsmouth conference. many places where work was neces. Headquarters Now Here.
Not a single feat ure of the negotia- sary. decided to accept any money that The headquarters of the State
tions has been communicated to the might be turned over to him. Board of Health, so far as the exec-
peop'e officially. J. J. CASON ELECTED MAYOR AND The money can bhe placed In the t!ve department is concerned, are now
The result has been a popular re- hands of any of tho banks of the city located in Pensacola, and there will
sentiment of the people who argue that COMPLETE TICKET ALSO where list's will be placed. The lists be no enange as long a-s there Is a
they paid for the war and are entitled INSTALLED. will be only at the four banks, and( the trace of fever in the city. Dr. Porter
to know the outcome. About two money turned over o these institu- has establishe.y his office in the Mer-
hundred arrests have been made since t torns will lbe in turn given to the city chants hotel on the second floor,
yesterday noon and it is now reported ;o pursu-e th work. where he is kept bu.sy all day and on-
that four persons were killed. Carrahelle, Sept. 7.-The town elec- It !s thui;hi. from the manner In til late in the night receiving reports
.ion was held Tuesday and overyttilin. which man. of the busin,-ss men speak and exercising a general supervision
Fiendish Crime Committed passed off quietly with the following that a larue su-m will 1b, contributed over the work of his various assist-
Evergreen. Ala.. Sept. 7.-John results: J. J. Casun, Mayor; F. .s. for this canso. The (;, i. already at ant'. Yesterday his secretary, Mrs.
Thompson. a prominent citizen of this Mackery. Mar.iall: .J. R. Blacker,' an enormous (xp.'ise an,i unless some L. A. Herndone, reached I tie city from
place, shot and killed his wife Mrs. Clerk: Treasure- and Assessor; H. L. assis-ance is rivtn cannot increase Jack.nmvitle, and w'll remain hre
Belle Thompson, and his father-in-law, Mattair, J. H. Perry, J. P. Westburg,. rth, for n o a-.: a* wo-k to any ma- attending to her duties during the
. ...... r a ,t f o'clockc sr - L. S. Robinson, D. 0. Neel, Town rria: ... time that the fever exists. She will


j. t3, uooper. D t y yeyste u^-:.-
morning. They had been married for
fifteen years, and have several chil-
dren. There is no reason assigned
for the traged.. The shooting was
done shortly after the family had
arisen. The tragedy has stirred the'
whale county. Thompson is in jail.

BASEBALL
September 7
By Associated Press.


American League.
Washington 11. New York 6, (fir,
Washington 10, Nev. York 2. is
ond. I
" Detroit 4. St. I.ois 1.
Boston 2, Philade:phia 3.
Natfioal League.
Philadelphia 5, B.- ooklyn 4.
New York 0. Hoson 1. (first.)
New York 3, Boston 0, (second.)
Pittsburg 11, Cincirrati 4.
Southern League.
Atlanta 3, New Orleans 2.
At Chattanooga: Shreveport
Birminghpim 6.
Montgomery 8. Little Rock 2.
Memphis-Nashville. no game c
duled.
South Atlantic League.
Jacksonville 2, Savannah 1.
Macon 2, Charleston 8.
Augusta 0. Columbia 4.


Council.

PLENTY Of WORK o ,


FOR ALL PERSONS

THOSE WH'O ARE IN QUARAN-
TINED DISTRIwT CAN GET
$1.25 PER DAY IF IN-
CLINED TO WORK.


T ). Those who are in the q:iarantined
sec- distr:c:. an-i who arc. )mplaining
that th.-y caano' get any employment
on account o be(iag h'il I the-r-. n -I
no longer complain, as the city is
willing and anxious to zivAe them inm-
plo.'mert at $1.25 per day.
Recently a nulnibt r of persons,
mostly col.,red, ha\ c)m;iai:ned that
th('v are w!:hout emnp:oy'men L ani
fo,)ld and as the city ;.s desirous of
sgt'tnz men :o assist in cleaning the
city al' were offered work at the
ab)-,e fixture. Many of them accepted
5. while others showed tha. their'*nlyi
purpose in making complaint was to
try to live upon the charity of the
he- city.
Those who reside outside the dis-
tri:c quarantine.', as well as those in-
side. :-an procure employment if they
will only apply for it, as the city needs
a large force just at present to do this


Class of work.


lThorus,


Gift for the Wounded.
: .. i'., ,a '.
:,a. ..-f40',o ;l iing rSt. 'P-e".s-
,)nalel $250, for the re.;ef of
s*ian wounded.


hb of much assistance in the work
now on hand. especially in anqwe-r1ng
the large volume of c')rr.- ?-o'*Dic'
which dally arrives from varlom
(Continued on Page Five.)


1,000 Killed or Wounded

In Tartar=Armenian Conflict


Biku, Sept. 7-The trouble be-
trwo-.n the Tar'ar-; and the Armenians
:- -'m:r- wing in fi 'e.no.s.
Tl'i ;rinr.ip i fight irn. is not at
Stal\:'i. lu;t a' Halakhan. whe:-f hun--
,ir'-.ls hive :;.- "n .ho1 b1) "he infantry
a Iar'i, ar.l wh r. ,( rhonisant l
x,,ro ki ,l ir wonhle.i during the


d,-T)p-ra'c, attack on 'he military eamp
i.n ; pr-)v.,-on lc-pots.
T'ho rris ,i.-'edl few rca.'altlS.
A !:r n.i: vo)-re'n ave bar
ri'- ide I, ,r -*. in the Balakahba
ho-pital. T',. tier.s iegan -he at
*a k an I sr',,-: '-', :-e hospital, works
v;h ay'onet..


Cotton Crop Statistics Reported

By Southern Cotton Association

By Associated Press. etmate of 72.1. F'ires .'or vartn
Asheville, N. C., Sept. 7.-The s'.m- stas. rFl)rida ,4.015 bales and 6 per
mary of th co-i crop r-ason o1cent. Geo- ia. 1,361.iS0 bales and 7
m per cent; South Carolina 791.097 hales
1'05 -6 reported by rhb statismlcs cor- and 73 per cent; Tex-is, 2,262.,7;2 Dales
mittre of the Southern Cotton Asso-'an- 74 per rent.
-:atiron at its meeting today was as The minimum pr'ce of :-:e .omlng
foilo-ws: Pro'itcrion. 9,58A.133 bales. cotton crop wa.- fix -) a' lev.n conas
Per.Pentage condition compared with per pound tonight, by the Southern
: last year, 73.3 against the government' Cotton Amociation.


THE WEATHER: Fair Friday
aad Saturday; light variable
winds.


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A CONSIDERATE MAN.


AM AT !GATOR CASI.
Ilppo-Bow do mno know that Joco, the monk. met me swimmingla hbe this morning
Alilra' -Oh! I hare inside latormation to that effect.


On the en dayr e my stay with
Unde Bena torms oa the Cmuberland
Monatalua, we went up the Mide of the
mountain for a mile to inspect a big
cave. When we had looked about for a
time we came out and sat down on a
rock and he began telling me a story
about the moonshiners. I had just be-
come Interested when a ballet struck a
nearby tree with a 'spat.' and we heard
the report of a rifle not far away.
"Wasn't that a bullet?" I asked.
"I reckon It was," he replied, "but
there is no atuse to be skeered."
Tn minutes later a bullet hit the rock
between as, and as I leaped to my feet
I exclaimed:
"Uncle Ben, some one Is surely shooting
at ua:"
"Yes, of co'ae, but he hadn't gwine to
hit nobody Inside of a week. It's that
critter Jim Hope, and he coihin't bit a
bMlrn door a hundred feet away."
"But what's be shooting for?"
"Kase he wants to kill me. Jest set
down and bear the rest of the story."
"I sat down. and as there was no more
firing for a quarter of an hour I began to
enjoy the yarn. I was laughing over a
situation when a third bullet came. and
this time It passed through the old man's
coonskin cap. This time I not only
jumped up, but jumped behind a tree for
cover.
"What's the matter, stranger?" asked
Uncle Ben, as he removed his cap to look
at the bole.


"That fellow Is booting again."
"Yea, the critter is shooting' promiscuons
llke. As I said. h' can't hit a barn door
a hundred feet away, but as you hain't
takin' any comfort. and as he tmay po.-s!-


'U


"It's the critter, Jim."

bly do you some damage by nccldent, I
reckon we'll move along to the cabin and
finish the story thar.' Then I'll take my
gun and go out and pop Jim Hope 'till
he'll never need to be popped ro mo.'
JOE KE'R.


HER IDEA. .--. .
Prospective Bride -Mr. Stingey's present came today. It's a silver-plated gravy


bowl.
Prospective
Prospective


Groom-flow Is It marked?
Bride-Marked down, I guess;


otherwise he'd never have bought t.


COTI.PN'T SE SO Wl.TL
TimO--be ta awfully nearsighted. Does she go much Into society?
dUltb--h. yea. Sbe wakes the dearest sort of n chaperon.


ANOTHER FABLE.


The Magpp. the Owl and the Peacock
at In the barnyard one d4a, and they
4nd scarcely come together when the
former sal)d:
"I wh to tell ya that I have learned
a new song, and that the Mocking Bird
be o* iger 1. tt with im,. I don't want
0* mate father of yee jealoos, but- "
"As to that." rplted the Owl, "I have
bess aMeetag oes o new notes myself,
and I thaik that certala folks will be
erprtied when next they bear me aing."
"And I have aat been wasting my
uma" added the Pecork. "While 1
ea "always been called a sweet stager.
I baY vet" that these was room tor am-
prcmenIt. and har*e gme ahead."
*tO, It you birds arq on the brag we
S have a te t rtght here," observed
i Magpie. "There is our master ap-
pearblai. arid we will all wartble away
" ltanea It tobhim to say whtc has uthe
swetes role, for song."
As the farmer drew nearer the three
cout@Uets began to Otter tbeir various
notes. uFr a couple of minutes IUncle
ambe stood still is a &asemeiL Then
Sthaw dow his pitchfork and bouted
elab, and enred out:
"es wer all tdhrte ea4 enough as it
aft bet Oew that you think you ran


! -in' the nlise 's unbearable, and you've
got to go ur I'h break your ncckb!"


Tt rr to rturn t e y nNOWAD -AYS.
roni- I %vrotl ler plve uters aslhir,T ier tu return to me my d':monil erngag-


muent rin:.
Dick Did slh retTurn It?
Tonu-No. She snc t me


a "-Dou't-Ior:'y Club badt'ge."


JUST A SI'MUMIP ENGAGEMI'NT.

Tom-Isn't that a L' autiful enrgrgeme::t
rintg?
Tesn (absontly) Yed., l[it m11:1 m
(' enl't :l';;;w inc to nc'"r pt s ll'h l':in tt'll
andl exp er iv, preore;:l froin) 0gentle;1ic'n:
I do not expet to inlltary.



BEGINNING TO DOUBT.
"It tieats all a:ioi:t t:ls po!lti:iul cor-
r-'.itlo, -.'" su:: l the ,ilt f:r.r aiii Iis ;!
a'isl' his 'comlitry paper. "'I.\ ,ry wv. ek
tl rer ija smani thing il ,;t t'po;in!] ntn
bisg minhta wo Vs tlhoui. ti 1 .;-'g.r'thly|
honest, iind it's ge'tthlg so you dolt 't
know who to trust."
"Were you ever in politics yourself?" I
wns nslied.
"*( :;'e, ilnd tlst's wirnt's hothe(n r: mne
now. Yf-s. I r:: o! ct'rd tod th,' leg, '
trlr' once. IWh'lo' I xwas ervirng' usm n
member' f'l!ow mernmh'-'r cniue to mne ann,
said that n.y m:i;t !ri I wai h;' ( 'l -.and
left lle $2,r ', an:d he -r.!id the moncy









"-


COULDN'T.
The Ph,,r;;npher-Can't 3ou iook a iltie plefsanter?
The Man ine1g Taken-1 wish I could, but you see there are two bill welets
waiting for me outside.


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fr-s~A '~ ~


F9s IDEA.
'I*:e Preachl'er -Ifi" r story. Ife was born Io Norway, hutSI
I .- V -ron !,')W !C hey u 4114ili ie staly IntI iho%4'u


"You've got to o or I'11 break
your smocks."
MoraL-He who swtas least furnithes
l-ast cause for criticism. JOE KItRI .


The City Kid--Dra de


"eary'r went to w,' a.:rer 40 ypr'c.'
"lep. He es hbe wants to trj everything before he dies."
w - ~


rube wot tell d me dey kep hammin' bolds In dere!"


TmB REASON.
Hlx-They tell me he's the most popular man In Lonelyville.
Dix-Yes. le's the only one who owns a lawn mower.


A felloIv neitcnim r e s' n- my nnlit
4d Ov'"r t*O ; I h eI l eni' er r 'li r! : 'o !- t the;"
m i-it. :"il I ,i o l.: t ;;w I,, .v ;," .: ,t ;t ,.
:11 :i'. Nto Ii ', a il I a. m J sl t Ie .; i
to du :'.t ."
"'To ,hi,".t what?" I
"W'n;. I voT,-! for an Int d--n'"'. rlrd w 'O
qtrried It Iy ornly fi.ir i:1:j: ,,; r'. mnrl I'Fli
jul.t lbegilr: '.g tK !,':'tt if I got 'I.mughli
for niy voter I t:::K if I bh.1 ,'i'i it a
fcv i:Y 1' iV .'.' 1 .ad ia l Iln 11ct d'i". toI .
ai:.] ; .* s r.; r i as 1.,'"t lout of t!.o
JOE KERR.



HE MADE A MISTAKE. .
*1
"Tlsi.oner at the lMr,'" said Ills Honor,
"you have lICen tIt;-, anir co:.v!-"tol of
tie crime of burglary. Ilave you a:.y-
thinug to say hr.y sentence shouu!l unt bi
pa:sed on you?"
, "It was a mistake. Your Honor."
"flow do you ni':un?"
"Why, I figured it out that burglary
would bring me in more money than
being connected with a big life insurance
company, and so I went into it. I've
been at !t a year and lost at least $2 0.to
as compared wlth the other. PI'ase
take this into consideration in senteaning
me."



ONLY TWO NOW.
"Johnnie." said the teacher, "can you
tell me how many seasons there are in
the year '
"Yes'm; there are two."
"Are you sure you're right? Are there
not four seasons in a year?'
"No'im. There used to be tour, but
they've cut two off."
"Well, what are the tworY
"The season when you go to the sea-
shore or mountains for two weeks, and
the season when you get back home and
wonder how you are going to get a win-
ter overcoat." JOE KERR.


IIELPING I[II OUT.


th: t rit I .''I ihte % o issny it r .c4v nnother
n'. ,'01 ith'it'wea. 'I mr1435 hfirin

be, au 't. 1' C.'uot flliijtf '! hin !".tub'~lway,
J,,,-r Kne'tlys wife hi t')pr.'rd to e'pf'n ito
me, 't n .!rwi- -Jot- h a .4i)'-vr) ar re tepd, a nd(
(~:- 1 11all*'s WINu is prr.t~ir.~z(q, I.(1.'
S:,,e I:.-- s to be In vc'tigr ilt by a rotu-
llitee of the COtMont e1Cou!, Ii. -


"' V.-l? says Mike.
""'W II, ye mrut do something to help
me m-ilnitain me repntashnn around betn
or we ll h.ive to move away.'
*'irIldpt. II' do It.' says be. and what
dros t?,. 0 '. man do but go out and
lien hie temperance pledge sad May
, '.r for mior' than two hours!"
JOEB K3I .


FIND THE HB O.
To whom do all these Frenchmnen ry
And wave their glittering swords on high?
To one who was so great-yet small;
U.s name's familiar to yos alL


MO--y


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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, FRIDAY MORNING, S EPTEMB.ER 8, 1905


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NOT


SPREAD


RAPIDLY


IN


PENSAC


1 of it Is because nearly everybody is using


YELLOW FEVER DI


The reason







Bosso's







088OO MEi
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to


an


ind!


se of Yellow Fever it will not cure. Sold at Nick I

Apostle's Restaurant. j

DICINE MANUFACTURING COMPANY.

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WOMAN BOILED


TM CM G9 29nd ad
'mmrI, Mt eY Cult


There are,. of course. plenty
of $16.00 Suits, but not the
quality we sell at that price.
It's easy to find $12.00 and
$12.60 Suits. but it's not easy
to the quality we offer at these
prices.
Men's Suits, $7.50 to $30.00.







C. C. Goodman, Geo. Arnsp.ger


--------------------

RI. WHITJ
"We or, Mam taie-ftne
a" mmM Ouptci
B a. PI. fta stOmeL Pea


( TERSELY TO
COountv Surveyor Ptephen 1
Wuscogee. where be will re
some Lime owing to quaraunt
latkeos.


The circulation depatnnunt of The?
Journal several day,, ag, opened an
eoce room No ., Salisb"ury building,
W. Government street w;ih Mr. hats.
F. Stewart in charge SuscripLons
are received, ac,*uni'-, pa:d ar.nl re
ceipts rendered a! the: p;a,r, which
is out of the quarant.ne Jdtrlc; Copy
for adver:isement. may a:-o be left
there Phone No .1' ia. jecen n-
ialled in the office and if ti (d
number, 3.>, is buty. (a:: tor 3S w;...
an extra and your wain:s '.l t,'-
ceive prompt atten i.'n
Julius Daniels. who is pxcptionallVy
Clever with the pen. par:icula:ly so
In cartoon and skt,'ch ,,rk has just
canmpltetd and placed o.n ,'xhI;..tn a'
Whtte's some excep'i. ;a. y gool!
sketkes of the mosqu:;-. which aret
afttrcting much a"*:r.:;rIn One of
thbee sketches is very nunmorous :I
abows Ma.am Stegom.la just escapt'd
from a district." T. bandaged all over an, o,,. rutch, s
Above It are the words No\ tnr<
of this fumigation buns,,nsss for me."
* A. D A'fred rece(! e 'he pa:ntu:
news yes'erdax af'vrno lon h5i w .r<,
tkat his mother had b'een seriously in-
jurea a: Madison. Ind.. by being
thrown from a bugpc Mr. and Mrs.
Alfre'. both of wh:rnm art v ry ag- d.
have been spending the -u;n'mer there
with relative.- and W1-dnesJa. Ithe
&rcident occurred to M.-s Alfre,!
which ma3 re.u fa'a:'. Sh., hadl
be, eou', hr a dr!N< alI had re:ura e
o'(,me and wa.. s'cpp:n: ft-om the bu-
CY when the h,' -I tie-anme f:-..h'ene,
by a pa.s-i, a-"-,i:).i .. *'hrow:n;n hcr
to TI'. gr,.: :),, La- r, acned h,.-
eigh 'h:.: .,. a:i c nsequent y
It '- ''ark',i 'la.ha' ,Ip naI :".': rece. r
A f', % '- .-na'. b :: received.'
b. The' .l orna' ;-'s- r hat pa-
pe ri.- b- d(; '::S T ',, : n .: the fevet-
a.e oJ v.: and ', -'t'rs g:.-e a -
a rea-i i ,, no, wish to
sav'e f,,v,, g.rni- ar--' .-i m:no teie:
bol ie :hr, ; i *,h :',' i ] e o h he
paper Th.P ,-n: !,-:-.n the case
of ye"'lw V.'-r T k X hpid. long
aco. Ma; n.fl .,r :n '.-. .u:h-rn
g.ites is not fdm.g-a e, a, i' frmerll
wa ThTe:e :- no p-s.b( chance of
thick' fever :* > h, ra-r, d by paper un-
es a 11v( r ", ",' ,ore wrapped up
: IDon: ',te afraid to Pp The Jour
a& and to reaj it. In-lead of carry--


STO DEATH IN


HOT SPRING


Frmer Senator Call's Stmnogra
pher Falls Into Geyser
Yellwstmne Park.

Livingston. Mont., Sept. 7.-Miss
Fannie A. Weeks, aged slightly over
S50 of Washington, D. C., is dead In
this city from the effects of falling
into a boiling spring in the Yellow-
stone National Park several days ago.
In company with other eastern tour
ists. Miss Weeks was making a tour
of the park. and while viewing a gey-
ser stepped backwards in an effort to
dodtre the blinding spray of the spout-
er and fell Into a hot spring, In whihb
the water was fairly bubbling. Her
body was Hterally cooked from the
waist down, and death ensued after a
pe-io.l of intense agony.
Miss Weeks was a native of Gaines-
ville, Fla.. where she has relatives. At
one time Miss Weejts was stenogra-
pher to former Senator Call of Flori-
da. but at the time of her death held
a clerkship in the Treasury Depart-
ment.
MEDICAL EXAMINING
BOARD MEETS IN JACKSONVILLE


Jacksonville. Sept. 7.-The regular
L board of medical examiners will meet
in this city for the fall examinations
en the 10th and 11th of October.
I I Any unlicensed practliione- of me1i.
0, I> cine In the sta:e, and thosp intending
to mme to the state. will be given a,
- opportunity to come before the board
and comply with the law. The law spe-
LD. cifically slated, that no person shall be
peomTitd t, practice mel!cine in any
Sof it '.rtarches or departments with-
Lee is at out first harvin oh'ain'lj and recorded
-main lor a certificate of quallcarion.


PERRY PREPARING "OR
FINAL DASH TO POLE
New York. Sept. 7.-What is beli-,v-
,,I to be the final word of Commandl-
Robert E. Peary before his return ft au1
his attnimnt to reach the Narth ''e
waz rec .''el yesterday )y He.be-; L.
Brlzerr.an of Brooklyn. secretary of
Ti.e Peary Arctic Club. The me;,saze
-ame from E:ah. Nor:h Greenlani. au'i
in ki C:immande- Peana satei 'h-a
h!s 5h p. :he Roosevelt would lae
hat p>ir: on Augs:t 16. the date ot *",,
nic'ssaa-. with twenty-three Eskiin
imen anild nme 200 dogs to establisa a
t'a.;e at Cape Sabine for the final litsh
in: ) th* frozen regions about the' i,,e.
Commande r Peary added that the nra-
chiner' of :be Roosevelt had ieen
(,vcrhau'.'d and that a!l was in resa'--
niss for ice fighting. All on hbo'lrd
Te. we:;
Nude Body pound.
Quitman. Miss-. S pt. 7-Floy-'d Lam
I '.* a vung white' boy. d .sIppea-re
fr.m h:s home. four n:iles enst of
i-er. ias: Suncday. anr had been miss-
;ng un'::: a;t yes:';-day afternoon.
whcn his body, in a nude con;li'ion.
wae. found floating in a pond on t'e
M 'siss:.pp: Eastern railroad, eight
:uiles from town. The boi lhore sev-
tra3 wound-, which appeare,l to nave
,', n trade by son're jagged inztru-
:;en": Lambert's clothing was fol id
s'x,' yar,lz 'ack in the woods in a
s'un.p h,>t.. A jury of inquest is in-
ve.;l.za't:ng the c.rcul'is:ances.


inI yve'low fever to you. it will he
f.'unr. to :,nTain informa:fon that will.
if followed. he:p o over,'om ,h Je dis-

Ca-ptain W N Hays. who has been
abct':: from the city for a number of
na.):!''., i.- cxp,,-c >d l '0 return th:s atf
te'rnoi'nt
A sni;; h:aze occurred yesterday
af; ern,:i a>out 4:30 o'clock in the
nor'.hef-:ern portion lo the city, when
sonic par-tes were deszroli:ng some
trash. Some one thought that a dwell-
tig was on fire and sent in an a:arm
from box 35 over the telephone, sum-
natoing out the department.
4


Guaranteed to please or money re-
funded. Blue Ribbon Lemon and Va-.
nilla Extracts. 1


LIFEBOAT Of STATE TREASURER MARKETS

PECONIC FOUND MAKES HIS REPORT Naval Stres Market.
stores Luarketl closed to-day as fol-
STORY OF SURVIVORS IS NO SHOWS BALANCE IN TREASURY WW.. .. .... ............5 40
LONGER DOUBTED SINCE CREDITED TO THE VARIOUS WG.. .. .. .... ... .........4 95
FINDING OF BOAT. FUNIDS. -- .* ** ** **** **** ***.4 45
K .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..........4 40
I. ........ ...................4 35
H .. .. .. .. .. .. ...... 4 30
Jacksonville, Sept. 7.-A lifeboat Tallahassee, Sept. 7.-The monthly .......................4 25
bearing the name Peconic, the name report of Hon. William V. Knott, static F.4 15
of the steamship which was suns treasurer, filed with the governor,' ... 4 05
with twenty men on board, the night shows balances to the credit of the D 3 .........365
of August 27, and from which two several state and educational tunds C. 3 35
sailors landed on the beach near Fer-, at the close of business August 31, rits Turpentne 63 cents.
nandina. Was picked up off the mouthi 1905, as follows:
of the St. Johns river on August 29, General revenue fund...... $55,841.S1 COURTMARTIAL TO FOLLOW
but the finding of the boat has Just One-mill school fund....... 67.088.19
beea reported. Pension tax fund............89.019.4S TAGGART DIVORCE 5UIT.
The lifeboat was found by a party Principal of school fun...... 3,028.11
of fishermen con:sting of Henry Intedst of school fun....... 16,898.S7 Washington, Sept. 7.-The War De-
Forbes, Spencer Brown. Joe Brown Principal of seminary fund.. 245.07 apartment is awaiting the determine.
and H.. Iarris. The men live at Pilot Interest of seminary fund. 3,96300 tion of the Taggart divorce suit, now
Town, on Fort George Island. at the: Hire of state convicts fund.. 93,039.88 in progress at Wooster, O.. before pro-
mouth of the St. Johns river. They Indian War claims fund.... 25,000.00 ceeding to take military action in the
were on a fishing trip oirtaide the Agricultural College fund.. 2.132.25 'ase. Gen. Miner, whose name has
bar on the morning of August 29, the Experiment station fun.... 3 12615 been drawn into the case by the cap-
day after the sailors landed on Ame- White college Morri, fun.. 12,501.94 tain's attorney, has preferred formal
Ila Island, when they found the life- Colored college Morrill.fa d 12,532.16 charges against Taggart. and a rec-
boat floating bottom upwaral. The University incidental'fud.. 251 20 ommdaton has been made to tlhe
boat had the name iPecon!i on it, but Station Incidental fdun.. 880.73 general staff by the proper officers
as the fishermen knew nothing of the University mess hall round. 456 80 that an inSpector be detailed to make
wreack of the steamer of that name, South Florida Military Col a thorough examination of the testl-,
they attached no significance to the loge (current expenses).. 617.23 mony so far taken. The general staff
matter. They carried the bcit to Florida Agricultural InsU- has simply suspended action upon tnis
Pilot Town, and it s now there te Kissimmee)..... 3,963.85 recommendation until the determna-
Henry Forbes. colored, one of the Florida Hospital forn tion of the suit. but it will unoubted-
men who found the boat, has made a (fire Otsq fund) ......'.. 129.70 ly be approved, and upon the report
report of the finding of the boat to University of Florida fI will hinge the department's decision
United States Commissioner E. 0. ville ~aUoq...... 40,0.00 as to whether there shall be c'ourt-
Locke, and filed a claim for salvage partiall proceedings concerning not
against the boat. Attachment and .., .00"only Captain Taggart but other offi-
mon!tion was issued, and the boat is ,,,,108.00 cer whose names have been drawn
Snow in custody o(f the L'n!ted States into the case.
marshal. It will oe hel; a reasonable NO ATTENDANTS
length of time. ani of the owners do
not claim it, the boax will be sold and f-O "' I A Lesson Wanted.
salvage awarded tre' men who found F0 K E INSANE A mother was showing her dear little
it. Joe n picturelire of the martyrs thrown to
The owners of the Peronic. J. W. the lions and was tanlkln very solemn-


Elwell & Co.. of New York, telezrap-i SHERIFFS MUIST HERLAFTER
ed the underwriter's cgent in Fernan- SEND PATIENTS TO ASYLUM
dina a few days. ago to have the two SEND PATIENTS TO ASYLUM
sailors of :he P'co-i!c detained. w,..i" AT COUNTY'S EXPENSE.
their story of the sinking of the vet--
sel was bc'nz investigated. As n:'t a Jacksonville, Sept. 7.-Hereafter no
particle of th- wrecha-g- had .came attendants from the staie insane as'-
aqhore. thn-e was som, dotibt about lum at Chattahoochee will be sent to
the rorre-:n.ess o tbo .F-ry toD:l by points in the state to secure patlen-.
the men. for that institution.
D. H. E. .Tones. a member of the This fact was made known to Shpr-
firm owning the vcsel., arrived n iff W. Bioxham Pickett yesterday by
Fernandian l3:; Tute-day and inter- S'uperln;endent B. E. Whitner of th'r
ro-nted the .aeiljrs. The fact. that the insane asylum, in answer to a Ic t-cr
boat in wh!rbh hey landed did not from the sheriff asking that an at-
con-tain th- name of the vessel. hai tendant be sent here for three pa-
caus'e. match comment. Mr. .Tones is tents.
quoted as (.xnrresn; hl -re'f as being Superintendent X\hitner in his I--
satisfle, ,ps to the tri;th f the s'ory er to Sheriff Pickeit. sta;tld hat h.,
t,)ld by th.-' -ur ivnr. had heen inr.tructced b)-, ti c, a-l r o
Now th-" a lifbo-at, hearing the Commi.sloners of tht S'.ate ius!i:rI-
name of 'he !,-s! s- .inm r, h!a boona noL to sen,,' for pa,. -, a i 1 -;
found. other. i, no lone.r room to e duty of the sheriff a .
,lo-,i t the S orv of h Tw O surv;:"o Ts h d he r of o I t.
t o tto deliver the pa,'ients to the a..
Oul' vf a Cr.w of tv.etvt-;wo men. at the, expense of the count, fr'::n
When th. mna land d in Amelia w-hi(h hely are commir:ed.
Tl'anld they made h f llw!ng sta:e- ,e ,,e it hias been tl c: t ,
nlenlt: :, a.y'u;im to send atron 'a:'s to
"'As so n aq the hean t I i) pins in the state oFor p-
careen th.se w, men hel for on- ,S. Scriff Picket: stated t.,.c;,r-
o" *he sm '.1 b a:. whi b they jumped : , w, o scure a neg )% w,-
in"o a yhe e ?T ? ,o :go r. > ;t ae-ro :: tan and a whi:e mian '
With h:r kni'e th the patien..-; to the asi..'.n'r
r,?es a- .- wa:e- I .el r.a. r.aco- ., .
e:i an n" snmal b.:a was r ,rown .. a .cornt n-"
ta- on: i* :b- wa v" Th.o r:B r- ,p; ,-1 !,l :1, ;an a. ,-
n,'re v T.ha' :h v d *l.- c'v r ''" t,'"lp ,.: p, ia r a -,
:he blac'knss and ror.., the fl,' r .. a ti-c" '. n
of nar: of the a.wxak-en d crew. ': .. ,. Ja1, on, r- an an I ,
some of thnm, ma.nag d "' crowl !::'o ,Oho "., h 10 :.
however. caught in a trough of t-e ? '* .. .na '.-11 I .


Pensacola Has Two Kinds


...of Meat Markets...


Those wh 're nothing ,',ut poor.
lean. grab.s-:.i. naive meats
are so:.,,. and .'re o:tcr pia-es
where you p)zy ;l'.-b.e price
for what vou get that is fit to
cat.

We Strike the
Happy Medium
and give you :he best western
neats at ordinary prices. Let
us send your next Sunday's
roast Phone 1132.


F. E. Gartland
28 E. Government Street.


ATLANTA IS STILL OPEN
TO ALL. REFUGEES.
"a ha.i, b',On ', "" *; ., .
'hi- ,ity. advices wern rpce2vK., '. '
, nighr by oTic.als of' :h Io'l isvi;e a.
Nashville rai:rcad tha: su'h was '-
the case. and to continue the .ale 'f
tic'-et to that .ro!n'.
An effort ha bt -n mat' hby :hl"
Ge,.rgia S'ate Board of Health *:i pi:
a stop to refuge os from infe':,el
cities entering Georzia and whilt, all
o'her places have qi,.rantinel. At-
lanta refused ti ) o',':., and invi- .
those from infected distr!cts to come,
there if the choose.


.sea, thrown violently against the ven':-
Tat"'rs ani then w.l-',e'tI fa.s. 'i n--r
pitiful cry for help could be heard a;
the ship went down in the sea which
swallowed them up."
The finding of t;b* -oat off the
mouth of St. Johns leals t) the belief
that the boat referred to by the me i
floated off after the vessel sunk. and
that it was driven by the storm down
the coast to the point where it was
in the boaw prevented it from sinklnz..
Found. The airtight compartments ia


ly to him, trying to make him feel what
a terrible thing it was.
"Ma." said he all at once, "oh, ma.
Just look at that poor little lion right
behind there. He won't get any."
A Harmh Order.
On the bench near an English town
n sign bearing this legend was nailed
to n post:
"Notice.-Any person passing beyond
this point will he drowned. By order
of the magi'trnte."
Parried.
Young TTnhnind-I wish I were sin-
gle again. Wife-Whit for? You mon-
ster' Yo,:-g Hush:ni1-T, have the
joy of marTrying you again. Wife-
You dnrliig!:


TIHE PINSACOLA

CLASSICAL SCHOOL

OPINION OF EDUCATORS AS TO
ITS WORK.


Prof. WVa-te:- Milia-r. prof, ssor 'A
(;r'",k i!i Tl ano' Unive(--i'y, aft! i
v': tu!.ii. c'a ,'.( ..'a -; f hooI W fo, "
., f, .ow 'i ,i-. ,::. 0i'o I opinion to; a
Sl';,i ': ; a ''.'.i. ne:
jl';, l't.n:: .a ('a--ica: School
p :: 0 e 1- e ..r: -
'po)n ,';7oa, ', r.: ph : : -
.I:.r'-. .J \ n"f :ct'o a' -hip, i niain.
!::: .i high '. -;:n'la .- i 'f x ".len:':
'*"i x r .j'1 ,i IT! ,' 7: o, s a- In
, 1- .,n; ;' ;t p".,a-,'x tres "to r:o Hi ;.-' :-a ,):
t he ; r inn i
I ;:p RI t' " ' )f t 'i-i


n i -'. ; 1. i '' t I'. :
r ; -'" f" -,r. 1 *.n: C h, r '
l" r. V. ;,a'.mi i r' e*. : ne *'.' t'':O
r o:' t:" N er, Carof r a, wr -; e : "I-
. ive n;,: p,:'a: 'i"n to p tr ify ta p: .
.: ht Of the p:-";--" i(n
:'o s', nts -vwlo have cor,. fr o.,
\o i s no". ,o thle .11 :.-c: .-;:.. \V,.



r"a I- 'co : ,;. I consi endor ts;

*"., :ho ,roui h:.-:s of i's Wvork a-. : .
.ialti-yv nan.y atmnosphr t 'hat pe--
.ade.s "'he in.stitution.
For fu:r:her information or cata-
oguee s't.eskool airess.
H. CLAY ARMSTRONG.
Principal.


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I CURIOSITY IS NOT ALWAYS A SIN
It will pay you to investigate our prices before buying youear
Hardware, Sash, Doors, Blinds or Lumber.


We also handle Paints, Oils, Brick, Lime and Cemnt
We can save you money oneverythlin


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Saunders Mill Company


Offices
Factorys


29 East Garden
North Palafox


Street. Phone 717.
Street. Phone 1130,


How are you, Mr. Fastsalesman?
Why, hello, Has Been!
Haven't se.n you in some time.
Am selling "FRANCES," a good one, of course.
"PRANCES?"
Why, to be sure, the famous Mobile Cigar, made by Frohlichstein
Cigar lMfg. Co. Everybody wants them, everybody culls for them,
everybody smoking them.
Never heard of the "FRANCES." Mr. Has Been?
Y-e-s, Ive had some calls for them.
W-e-l-1, take my order for assorted sizes, as I must.have them.







Don't Gamble
when it comes to insuramce.
- Quit taking the risk yosmelf.
Turn It over to us and

SHave a Good

Policy Written Up.
It's safer and costs but little.
if in doubt asqk others who
]:iow and have had experience
j investigation will prove we're
ht. We take the risk ani
thra ends your worry. Insure
-ow. Delays are dangerous


McDAVID-HYER COMPANY,
AGENTS NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE CO.
7 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET. .PHONE 700.
PENSACOLA, FLA.


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(Extract from Revised Stat-
utes of F!orida.
-Sec. 766.-PENALTY FOR
SPREADING F A L S E RE-
PORTS OF DISEASE.-Any
person or persons who shall
falsely Or maliciously dissemi-.
nate or spread rumors or re-
ports concerning the existencec e
of any infect.ioj; or contagious
disease, shall be .g'nlIty of a
misdemeanc-.- and -upon convic-
tion thercfor, s'lall be punish-
ed as prov.ced by Section .65."
"Sec. 765. Shall be fined in
a s::-n not less than T1C09 or
* .rne than $1.000 or be impris.
cn.d 'n thV county jail for not
less than three nor more than
six months."


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NOTICE.
U until f'ir'i r n o''" 'v wll e:11 r i
o:ar sore dai:'y, 'v'y-p -'a'irf'ays. at
3:30 p. m. O-:r m a--- 11n ."il please be
-averr. d a." t-rdin:i"
EAST 1HILL ,VW'ERY CO.

EMPTY BOTTLES.
F:f:'-:n c"::; p-r dozcn paid for
.mp'y Bo;z ,Oj":.s at Nick's res-


STATE OF FLORIDA.
Embracing the following subject:
I. Language and Literature--- four.
year (cr,.rsz, leading to the degree of
'acrheior of Arts, Groek is not re-
qui-ed, but is off'.re-! a.s an elective
throughout the course.
II. General S'i'-ncc--Dl-*!ed fant
':rea courses, 1, ChFenmlca course,
MaUiematical ci-urise; N:ruiral Plstry
,our N., , k an '. .." ''rance
!.at!n i.: r ir : in All ( 'r"-.*'. All
four-vecar cour-es.
iil At ."'.t..-.-F'.r-yeir and two
iV'. I'n-:."r:ng--Four-year cure
M-r"- ;.l' a:. Civi andl E!ectricaj
!'.s' l.'" : 3. a.';' a two-year courM
i -'h'mn. No Latin or Greek le
ri:ir-l :n I 11 '.r IV. The. fll] course
ind.--r 1H.. III and IV !,-ld to tae d -
:, of i' h i of :r.en, ": the s ort
,-:r ,-. C. .-*fir:re of Pr(o ionmy.
V. i'ha.-t a --A f'.; '.o.-year course
i" b? s'- n :la p'ernl,,r :;*0,;.
i. Norrnia--T. : .. 'ir-es for
'a -.ters: A onfe--.'-:r "t., ',-a'alng to
a c'-titi-a', A thr"'-v.a:- n','r a :ad-
.ri: to an L. I DIp).ma: A four: yer
r','rse h-- li to t'he ,'d.r.-e of ia,"h.
,,r P- !a' ,' I,:_:;y.
A: a!m)ipL corps of cn.pr-t nt '-a't--
,'- A ii-z': ':''-rr:j!'tnm---E l;.r-''i']'ng board. $120 to $1,Z0 per year.
Fa.i term ',p',-"n S-:p'*n br 27, 1905
Sen' for Caraao)gue.
ANDREW .IEDD, President.
SLake City, Florida.


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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER S 1905


Eke Iensola JouNal


SWild and Unncessary Scare
*~~~~~~' *_____-^l-W --^f^-W


llI 1 *, k I f r mu J 1 *. -. '
a- a reaa~n against .sucii( (ortr i. l*
it Is one a i ( -in. rtly ijauer Ithe' *i;" (a'
illtter-Tatle pr,:;, on. j.i st a1 S 0 ,- 'i "
ai aln <, 'he," ,a( n Ix>)s'bit i1w T','
quarrel iha: '(, :rrt..dl 4bw-en Ihe gov
erors of 1,ouxitana and .M1!sis'*i'"i i-
evidence of the daugorous .onlh.nci'-,
qof thi.- domes' fc control :hat s-'rm
contend tor. w- '. t,- e .ar-hna.- *It
quarantine again tt eghbo orng sa('
and cilies. :.o'eiehhr er i:h ;he draz,
and ill-feeling they enxtender make'. a
clear ca-e fo' fe-der. j;"'isdi..:on a d,!
ho!!lgation.
Thlt. und,'r 'he theory o0f L-' er.
ti>tB b -'in better ::!n eti t, '-
fbil t';' of '.a r :'. : ' 'e. ,a ',
fever at ann pa: ,p sh.-,.d sh e '.:'" .;
to a rn.:nl"Im. and 'his ('an on'. '-e
hope.i for by ha n',i'c ,-vernm( n: -! --
ervis >i \' ,', o r ;i::ri q e iO:"na o:
sanil',a' : "I'! ra:t r ad:.- -
a low cr.ia l, i-r re !int- ''r
mother '!. '< i o -, ;-- '-e to fe r :
govern n * c' .;itr ;ian aiis i:r .
prevent. for 1:s ', ., hoa",.
great a menace is sw',rh a pin'-* ,,
to the en':r, s, !'.h
There nis: ;!,- power an aann h r-'
behind such sanitary in' o:,n a a. vi
prove efficien' in pr-v,.":' :-,',
of yellow fever. nw- '*::. n, ".' *:',
from the jea!o,,sie" : o;- '.'- nnoltie-
eeh rly apparer- ':'I t' are a- icla t'"
but one mind al; t',r,'-: ';,e .0 '!itt o n,
th' Fnbj3ec. ar.d :h ;.' -'r- sh1'ul. '.'
placed a: once an' 1. re-xcr under *ed
erm! cr.ntro.
The Tr."'"man t-s' p *'h n~.-,-- r ,.*-

V cer. ,- ,- -t 1 i p
atin-. If v,.c Ieleral (.: ,

ftye r t'. :<'e- w be -.'-:- :.,-
tI do, rF ,"i' (*'' 'n th. sait'' :.:.
all to i -a a- a 1- 'a


There I :; < o'r i I; noe.- in
Pensciar'n ? r :-. r'. nian i n
o n: : :. (- a j'b a '
per .. ,t .''a Ri isB --
liar'.-.y." :.;. : 7.,, v a." v. ar": d :;
belp a -';.atr. ;*" ani ,.'". who a;-
ply will i:'r.' I :' '- ':!' o work.

The time w:' r" 'o":- ;s ,on :'
pumpkin and :he '-. : th' sh(ck"
will prove C .- --0' ::'ar n C'. (;:itf :a-t-
this year as ; toa- t: ':
state.


trials in any way. was 1,808 and in 1904 8,482. The number of executions in 1885 was
Pr-.ve'-.:,'y' Pna entire citi- IOS and i 1904 116.
zen-hip is now working harmoniously
wi:h 1r. P-.rter. Dr. Anderson and the This startling increase in murders and homicides compared with
,hl. r o,,iials,. in thbe:r efforts to con- executions tells the story. As murder is increasing SO ARE ALL


trol the fever.
Tn' ,tv is cleaner now and in a
o:' than vr ii its hi story, and the work
of c',a n up'" s still going on with
una'. *-il vigor. \VWithin ten days
i .>-,,i 'a wii no; on)l l t the clean-
s: c oi'v (n n Gu'.f coast, but she
.-P 1-'av, ~:-'n as she has now less
dti-case than she ai.s ever had before.

The Journal Printed Our-
ing August, 1905, a
Total of


127,335
COPIES
or an average

4:,'71(3
DAILY
The following figures show The Pen-
aze.ola Jou-nal's circulation for eacPc
tday- curing (he month of August, 190:.
.-. *.c, avI, 'ae-at iNu:ber of copies


5-, st
Au.ust
August
August
Auguct
kugust
August
August
August
Auoust
August
A-j ust

A u ust


4.3-.0
4.400
4 335
4.-40CO
4.350
5.000
4.500
4 :-i3
4500
4.625
4.625
5.000
4.600


August
August
August
Aug ist
August
August
August
Au gust
August
August
August
Augist
August
Augist
August
August


4,800
4800
4,800
4,800
5,250


4.65C
4*00
4,800



5.000


Tctal fer the month......127,335
Ave-aze ner day.. ...... 4.716
I '"-, .' ".: ,ha above state-
-. *s Co-r.'c. ac'c,-ding to the rec-;
FRED A. SWEET.
Cir,u:w.tion Mgr.
S.to-, *,: '" Iberore rme'
h 31 t day of Auznut. 1905.
J. P. St,)KES.
Notary Public. I


FELONIES, and there can be no doubt that they will continue to in-
crease unless the criminal laws are enforced with more certainty, uni-
formity and severity than they now are.
If laws could be passed either abolishing the right of criminal ap-
peal and leaving to the pardoning power the correction of judicial
wrong, or, if appeals must be allowed, then if a law could be enacted
by which no judgment of the court below should be reversed except
for an error which the court, after reading THE ENTIRE EVI-
DENCE, can say would have led to a different verdict, ninety-nine re-
versals out of a hundred under the present system would be avoided.
If the power of the court by statute to advise the jury, to comment
and express its opinion to the jury upon the facts in every criminal


case, could be restored, and if the state and the defendant were both
deprived of peremptory challenges in the selection of a jury, 25 per
cent of those trials which are now miscarriages of justice would result
in the conviction of the guilty defendant, and that which has become
a mere game in which the defendant's counsel play WITTI LOADED
DICE would resume its office of a serious judicial investigation.


These footprints were shaped- like
those of a bird.- and were twenty'
Inches long. These marks, says the
Washington S:ar, were revered by the
Indians lor many years.

FREEPORT SENDS OUT
WARNING TO REFUGEES.

Freeport. Sept. 7.-Elitor Pensaco-
la Journal: We wish to give notice,
through the columns of your paper
that should any parties make their
way through the quarantine pa'-,).
established around Pensacola and at-
tempt to land at our place, we will
not hesitate to have them arro:te ..'
and dealt with according to law.-!
Citizens Committee.


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SUNDAY
IN ,

THE JOURNAL
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Our country is disgusted by the number of lynching in the north
and south. If men who commit crime were promptly arrested and
convicted there would be no mob for the purpose of lynching.
NOTHING BUT A RADICAL IMPROVEMENT IN OUR ADMINISTRA.
TION OF CRIMINAL LAW WILL PREVENT THE GROWTH IN THE
NUMBER OF LYNCHING IN THE UNITED STATES THAT BRING
THE BLUSH OF SHAME TO EVERY LOVER OF HIS COUNTRY.


The Highroad to Embezzlement
By Governor EDWIN WARPIELD of Maryland

F you handle money for other people get it out of yonr pockets
and into their coffers as quickly as you can and never mingle i
other people's money, stock or property with your own. KEEP


THEM


APART.


THIS MINGLING OF OTHER PEOPLE'S MONEY WITH YOUR
OWN IS THE START FOR EMBEZZLING, AND IT IS DUE TO THIS
THAT THERE ARE THOUSANDS OF EMBEZZLERS TODAY.
In the olden days a student could impress you with his knowledge
of Greek and Latin, but the student of today has a more practical
knowledge, and young men are being taught each day PRACTICAL
THINGS of finance and business life.


WILLIAM (ILLErB
As Sherleck Holmes, the Great
Detective


COMFORT.


CORDIALITY.


CIUSINE.


Southern Lumberman. (Dedicated to Dan W. Baird. on his
UDa*. Weeky. & da* ##.*## -#-W,- .- ay-, <,4 fishing trip to J. 1H. Whirson. at Good-
Srich, Tenn.)
It Is astonishing what a widespread' ordinary fear produced by an outbreak By A. J. Whitson.
panic and fright is created by an oc- of yellow fever is that heretofore so An editor sat on the 'ank of a stream,
O NAL COMPANY casional appearance of yellow fever little has been psitively known of ow Tenn. -e,
M the origin, character and manner m ov said he was trying to fish-
m any of the Southern states. People transmission of the disease. buta Didn't look !ike fishing to me
Ir T MA L. A A m maaresiding at remote and wholly immune great ;eal of accurate information
points appear lo suffer more from on the subject has been obtained dur- lie was holding a pole-that's all very
ing recent years, antis,
this fright than those living in or near on r nt years, and sr'orev af men Uue
tisfrightothnths.eStatistics r of high medical and scientific attain- The cork on 'he water floated:
infected points. Statistics published n:ents are now giving close, patient: But his eyes were re.i and his stomach
quite recently show that the percent- and fearless investigation to the di-i- and head-
wlowrs INt RATMI age of mortality from' typhoid fever- ease in all its features. The conse- Looked ilke a man who was bloated.
a very malignant disease, known to quence is a radical change in the
aM Tm ........... a 00 We*....*.. t methods of combating it and prevent- O one side there sat a bucket of bait.
Il t --S.......*... 1N Oe Week. .......... 0 # transmittab-in two of the larg- ing its spread. Instead of a cordon of n the other a bottle of brandy-
SMe ..... 1 |.1 W y B .tiS g 7r.$1 w est Eastern cities was greater than quarantine guards armed with shot He said the mosquitoes an. snakes
for a corresponding period from ye!. guns. the sanitary force Is provldel' were badly
fta sn m Snt at a i Nf1w Staat. low fever in New Orleans, and but with bolta of cheese cloth, tack ham-' A, he ,, t, _ke c ur hani.
I slight mention is made of it. If it mers and oil cans.
S yV p A a NEWPAPER FROM WHICH A DETAILO were not so serious. the fright exhib- Howver hard it is for the average, Whln-.. '. ., ,ry h1,,, day.
ited by people north of MasoIDlxon person to believe It. the inves:Igatll:-ns A ne'. lain ,,n,>r. I ni hes!.
CNULATIQM STATUUENT CAN SE SECURED. woudh be high:'y tidicr-t,;.!. Some of and evidence, appear to prove conch:- His h-b,:t!P .as ,.:i;':y. hi-s bait waN- a;l
.. them would flte :'ronm he sight of a lively that the propagation and tran gone -
"a_ 11 -s ( e e t- ew._- Te-nne.---,. cotton blotm. It would min s lon of yelRow fever are u.;" to the He wished the notquit, v.-,-r-'
VMAIM- Oa t E ov.netot SL appear' that if there is anything that!,ting of a certain spci-ie of nisouitol d.ad.
TSBJMROiNE No 3 I== is totally incapable of carrying orknown to s ience as the "st;,g ----- -- communicating this fever it would be faclata," but by railroaders and other, But the plan was as g: d,, a I ever
PiSACOLA, FLORIDA, IRtTDA Y MORNrNG. PTFT TR S, 19 05 cypress lumber, and yet a prominent "plaia" people variously calledthd he.ard.
an. a :-.. ..n manufacturer of -ripe. zebra Hon And i r:l o i' w k d fir' rat
--..cy----- cvpres, in L(o.uisiana has found it ad- ras" and -"anarna" moscqui:o. To the, For all that : ',, i ;.,r had to do,
84M^ ###tI--gHCS O.. f rFi^ht Dep. nS visalte to ohiain from the chief of the ordinary mortal a4l mosquitoes Woc;: Was to f-ar.ni.h t,, tack!- and bait.
* ft. ,,u .o I. b.. health ot ice. and t) publish in Lthe: alike arI .-ing in tho same song, but.,
WHCRE IT IS TO BE FOUND. Upon Peopk Themselves. newsrapervs. a certifrcare to the ef-! so far, the evidence imntHcates the' And a pixor voung man. without bottle
S- Regardinr the f- ver situation both 't"t ht nei'i:'-r the y,.:low fever nor s'egRomyia is the on.:-' spo-os that or brain
The PenBacola Jon.a; is on .the m.)q,,;i'o that propa-ates it can t-inni thoe. yePw fever g'.-m. a".VI Wa .: r the crok insteal.
e at the following places tn in Pn -sac. a and (.i -wiere he lamn e trarir:-.l a n lumbpr-laden cars. that the powers to do sc is c)ntined tor, Vh(, th e i; r poa: o'f.y sat on his
the cit: a T:l'- r::tl< :,' following very When th:, s:etml:; ia rmak; aa journey; t'he female insect. T his accusation ,h
S wemba Hotel. tI sensible comment: by r-t ( i- aey Hetel. While tae is nothmg more of a but takes tLh., .,.'p. r. Pretty soon originate with an old, soured bachelor.
C's .ook Store. depression chra cttr in .ne fever re- the w1.tl geaSe mind cranes may catch but. we are assured, is the r:s:irt of The ,an titan br,,-ouit in t,' fish
S Depot News Stand. ,,r' f'nr,,itn t'I -,'.a t .:, wa, to have'the panii and r tfuse to -tart on their, cart-fil, scie tiie inve- iat:. I:. i T- a lt' ,
S Gem ook utsr.,' been expeced.l and hi.- there is ill- annual migration to the f5ulf coast un- threfore rhe part (;f wiT.l)n *,) te w ha,^ rho Lewis House. ie o 1 ,,a pr.;;an i :: ha the disease "th" frost is on thei pumpkin and! 'ead sure of the sex of y vur mosquito To have h at hoan i no fi hini
iMerchants Hotel. l spread Io a l., greatly exient, it is til corn is in the shrck." before falling into a fit of fr:EiIt. run to dhi;
Sothern Hotel. to it. regrt tha the people do no The only explanation of the extra- ning away or grabbing your gun. To hae th snak cure and no
Thompson's Book Store. wihinniv and hcertully co-op'iratne snake.
0.- Waganid se Cream Par4or. with iDr. Por',r- tr the full ext nt of
S Wagenheim's News Stand. t their ability. 1; i.s upon the conduct -' --.:-'-"-'-*. -
t- Walker's Book Stoe. o"f rho people mnire :',an any other
'" thing that a'Pp'n-is the etticiency and / MOSQUITO LEGEND
hWM^#e..-. ^. `h. a ;.;a, prtvtn itAv measures x r- A dr mi T istr a- = FROM INDIAN LORE.
upon wh:o'h reliance must b, placed. JLaxA- dbtiA 1 A* AA L -L r ^
G.. A New ()ri-anus makes about the report 'y,- .' ,- -,- ." -.Y -
GOING AWAY hat was to e1 expected on Monday,
Wten you leave the cit, for your when the arrears ot the past week l There were pretty big mrsquitong in
summer vacation have The Pensacola are carr-l lor-ward. 'lthe authorities i Jersey. but if report he rue. they h.-
Jo~rn follow you. Notify circu!a. atran ,irc thanr bolng hneir own, and Crim ireatly degenerate in s zen t
t.o. A _ager. Phone. thoraCri i-m -nont to) t,,ia'w, that. they' stren th since the days when ti
,cn rnarn Plone l cntnue to do so until frost legend was believed by many of the
-comes--.ver if they do not virtually Indians.
.U1 inws S cti nt suppress the fever. In teity the size WILUAM K. TArT. Seray ot Wr n The grandfather of all mosquitoes
Sand chsraoter of New Orleans it is lived In the neighborhood of Ononla-,
for Federal Ouarantin. practicaiia impossit)e to have all the, ga, N. Y. When he grew hungry bh
leases r5-portcd and each one that is' would sally forth ant( eat an Indian
Te sentiment for a federal quaran- na isa source of danger that he GRIEVE for my country to say that the administration of the or two. and p-k hs h with their
tine system is nom onv naowing b it enre c)ainnfeeity. good pr criminal laws in the states is A DISGRACE TO CIVILI- ribs. The Indians had no arms that
hroughou bhe amot unanimof gr,.s it- lin made. eville. l..i! ZATION-. Constitutional limitations adopted in tenderness They called upon the Holder of Hcav-
throughou the oh On of fni.. a good instance ot how the defendant have been elaborated by court and ens, who heard their prayer and ca
strong friends, of the system is- T,. fever runs in communities which do to the defendant have been elaborated by courts and legila down and attacked the insect. Fin I-
Trada .nan. published at Chat'anonoz:. 1,0: invoke and co-operate with the tures because thought to be in the interest of liberty. Trial ing that he met his match, the mosqui-i
whia h as )on' of the original adv,,-hhealth authori:ies. tCractically ever to flew away. lie flew around great'
hie of f ornine. ave- s nthe a ha a ee, by jury has come to be regarded as a fetich to such an extent that leg- lake, turneastward, sought help from
cates of a feral quarantine. T'1o ,wi'h a conidera-ble proportion of slatures have exalted the power of the jury and diminished the power the witches that inhabited the great
Tradesman says d,-aahs M;;ntgomery. Shreveport.. lake and had reached Lake Onondaga,
When the editorial favoring federn; Na'chez and other incorporated cities Of the court in criminal cases. The function of the judge is limited to when his pursuer came up and killed
sanitary suiwrvi.ion of southern cie'les have shown how the disease may be that of moderator in a religious assembly. THE LAW THROWS him. The creature was a long time,
we written, and which appea"ved inichecked and subdued by proper effort. dying, piing into the sand on the,
the lasi issue of The eman. the- It is toh be hoped the people of PesaTHE REINS ON THE BACK OF THE JURY, and the verdict shore in h death stru o thgle.
had hren no suirestin of sch p-r- cola wil c' e 'heir tactics, if co becomes rather the vote of a town meeting thn the sharp, clear d- As his blood poured forth on the
Inanen:t control in any quar'er that reoctly reported as not co-operating -clearde- sand each drop became a smatter'
Comnc under our oblaervation. but since with the sat a board. It would be vision of the tribunal of justice. mosquito. They gathered about the
th Penn acla alird of T'rade bhto'r for ihain and for the people of Holder of the Heavens and stung him'
then h Pona.a ,ard of Trado r for and for the p le of TLe counsel for the defense, relying on the diminished power of so cruelly that he half-repentedl th
.as pas--,. ] r-one r's,,r 'l ions in favr the s'B
of this Ibwine dona. and a numb-r of Generally speaking. the situation is the court, creates by dramatic art and by harping on the importance service he had rendered to the In-.
tonutb(rn paper, have approved ti(,, not at all bmim so far as concerns the dians
santme. procre.d and .,xtenion of the disease., of unimportant details a false atmosphere, which the judge is power- The Tuscaroras say that two of the.
If there was an' r. 'son or can s-for and it affor, o the fr-lgal iom r'r in *'1 -un" i' will 1e succes- the Seneca river and slew all who
at any stage of h ra i'cnt phi,,a,', fully ,.npr-,aled. is able to lead the jurors to vote for a verdict which, after the excite. passed. rHiawatha killed them. A.
the same and even 'ranger reasons i .o for as Pensacola people are con-, meant has passed, they are unable to support AS MEN. whereservation stone marks the placeduring his
exis, why that charge should ,e per c-rned Th, Journal is pleased to where the Holder rested during his
eais an y tha t charg, e should pr co- Th oJ of u an ipleaortance Since 1885 in the United States there have been 131,951 murders chase, and tracks were until lately
niar n r.o sons a e o- sy,,n <;I :a-.f "f iaor ane seen south of Syraciyse, alternated
..It,. i ,.,n . ,,a 51 .. .. .. any iinLse buekit. o the health offi- and homicides and 2,286 executions. In 1885 the number of murders with the fohotprints of the msanaitod
h rule Au l, n, fov 1,1.an lnku*ie he l ih h o tpit o h oS11o


lako effect., Imnmcdiate'y opoIts pan- in'.


'a.;e and approval.
Passed August 15th. 10f, .
Approved August 16th. l!,05.
CHAS. H. B nIcS. a
Attest: Mayor of Pensacola.
C. E. MERRITT. Clerk.


J. W. LURTON,


18augoaww Div. Pass. Agent L. & N, I,
BIDS WANTED.
Bids for building a Steel Bridge GIVE YOUR HAULIUN TO
across the Perdldo River by Ezcambia
Saounty, Florida, and Baldwin county,
Alabama, near MucQogee. Florida, will
be received until October 1st, 1905,! Thor. BI. Thor-rt% r
and will be opened by the Board of HAULING OF EVERY DCMRIPTIOM
County Commissioners of Escamr'a -
county, Florida &ad Baldwin county,' SPECIAL ATTENTION 9OVEN TO
Alabama, at Pentqola, Florida, on BAGGAQE DAY OR WuqgTy
October 0t'h, 1905. Bidders must vis- -
i: site, make all measurements, take PHONE 97.
Soundings and submit blue print withJ P. 0. BOX, *67,


MAXWELL HOUSE,

AUSTELL, GA.

WRITE FOR RATES.


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Legal Advertise ents# Plan P s and sp-cflcea;:ons can be e:n
at P.-;!.-;ao!a. Flo:-ida. In the office of
AN ORDINANCE. 'A. M. .Mc1il..an, Clerk (if the Ci:--!:
To be entitled: An Oromranoce t.o court. rieht is reserved to re-
Grant a Right of Way to the Lew-. '' etvo, t) A M Mcil, s to bCle
is Bear Company for Spur Tracks Hoardr Coinry Comm.ssicner, Penasa-
on a certain portion of Jefferson cola, Florida, and should be marked,
street. -Proposals for Steel Bridge." 7J.!7
Be it Ordained by the Mayor and'
Council of the City of Pensacola. An Ordina.ce to Fix the Salary of the
Section 1. Trliat there is h-'reby city Attorney.
granted to th'2 Lewis Bear Company Be it Orine1 the Mayor and Coun-
'ts successors anid assigns, the righ- Be itOr to construct, mainntain and use a spur cio Th City of PensacolS:
railroad track diverging from Sectioh 1. That beginning on Sep
rack aon Jtfferson ivestreet, och timber first, 190.5. the salary of the
the Gulf Machine Works hai Ci (y Attorney shall bh. Twelve Hun-
re fr been ut id Wto dred Dolla:s ($1,200.0) per annum.
rofore been an thorized tinan Sec. 2. That all ordinances and
con.struct. (by an ordinance
passed March 31st. 1904. and approval parts of ordinances in conflict hero
April 6th, 1904, of which the a;. wi:,, be and the same are hereby r
amnel ordinance is amendatory) at peeled.
a )o!nt fifteen feet (15) south of the Passed September 6, 05.
south line of Magnolia street, extend-: Approved September 190.
Iug along Jefferson street to and CHAS. H. BLISS,
cross Cedar street. Attest: Mayor of City of Pensacola.
Sec. 2. It is a condition of the C. E. MERRITT. Clerk.
lights and privileges hereby granted, 8:eptoaw4w.
What the said spur track shall be rnn-
structed so as not to interfere, in any, NOTICE.
way. or impede the traffic on any part At a conference of the members of
*t said streets. and the said grant-', the advisory board of the Pensacola
ts successors and assigns, shall at al; Classical School who remain in the
times keep that portion of the street city, Messrs. F. C. Brent, C. F. Zeek.
between Its r.ils and for eighteen TI. H. Thornton, Sol Cahn, A. M.
j 8) inches on either side thereof. in Avery, W. A. D'Alemberte, Walker
rt)e same good condition, and repair, Anderson and Dr. Louls deM. Blocker,
,' the City shad. keep, or cause :o ,',) it has been deemed advisable to post-
lept. the adjacent portions of sa:,d pone the date of opening the comlfu
s,,reets; and whenever the City shall session of the school from September
pave, grade, or otherwise improve tao' 18 to October 2, if conditions in the
portions of the streets adjacent to tol city are such as to Justify an openIg
.aid track, the said grantee, shall, at by that date.
ihe same tim,., pave, grade, or iim- H. M'LAY ARMSTROGO,
1rove in like manner the space '.e- PrfncfelI
ween the rails of said tracks and ior
eighteen (18) inches on either siJe NOTICE.
thereof. The Pensacola Buaines College hag
Sec. 3. That the rights and privi- suspended until the fever situatlos
:ee hereby grt noted shall be subject warrants its opening.
, existing ordinances of the City, and SEARI & ELLIS,
, such reasonable rtgulartions as the Principalb
nbc .-safety and convenience may _______________
;;(luire, and as the Council may from
,niw to time prescribe. L &
Sec. 4. The said Irack shall not be ue* & N
uied for the storage of cars, and cars
hal not be allowed to stand on sat.'e C H 5 5L
xce or such tmi as may be re --
smably necessary to load and unload
he same.
SP,'. 5. That the said tra"k shall Pa.vrni :r for Atlanta, Ga, a
,, c',;il1l(ri'tl within one year afv'r s b ;e ,!,3:" of the passage of this orit- )oint "nd. and fcr C'ncin.atn
.t.n,'. and all the ri-hts and privl- -'.]?r,^o a'lo New York, !earin< Penf
1' hereby rated, un:ess sooner co:a on train No. 4, at 12:15 oon,
;r.e:ted. shal' conUnue for the term wi:l rr,:n-f. r at F'omaron into through
,twenty-five (25) years from said c-ache- an sleepers running fro
aSe,. 6. That this ordinance sha1! ;-an, Pa- Ala., to the aove-l


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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL,


FRIDAY MORNING, S


EPTEMB.ER 8, 1905


PAM PW


I- -


DR. FENNER'S

IL ,^ B r..Aln Diseaes-of theu
kidneys. bladder, and

... disease, gravel, droay,
AND rheuism backache,


Backache Cfe
ALSO PURiMIEB HE BLOOD. le
I' Sem miaea nsea re i s he fa me Mr yes. It neeesafry writs Dr. Fenner.
&* mostatue.camr Jmustsehc.m.... s roum. All coMsultionu rs
No Longer Fears Bright's

Disease or Rheumatism.


Muncie, Ind., March 15, 1903.
"'After having taken other so-
called cures without any relief I


Sd by Drt ists, 50c. and $1. Ge
the Kidseys-FREE. M. M. Fe
FOR SALE BY J. E. DU


PEOPLE SUE

HEALTH

Sp b iss, aias I ast th


HUSBANDD 105


WIFE WAS so


Aged Mississippians Die Within
a Week of Each
Other.

PROGENY INCLUDES 10 CHILD-
REN, 43 GRANDCHILDREN, 75
GREAT-GRANDCHIDREN SON
BORN WHEN ANDREW JACK-
SON WAS PRESIDENT.


commenced taking Dr. Fenner's The corres ondcnt at Press Post-
Kidnev and lBackache Cure. I took oeff of Lne Columbian. published at
Columbia. Miss. re. ently sent that pa-
4 bottles and I am giad to pro- i per the following:
claim I am a well man. "'ncle Wilis Ra S lie Raiborn. ;;ie ol>di4t married
"No more aches or pains, no couple in south M:.ssissippi. are dmda
fear of Bright's Disease or at their home. near here. On!y nine
ar of igs or days separated the demi.se of the
Rheumatism. loth of which have couple, x-ho were remarkable in t a
troubled me for years, and I can great many respects The husband
Succumbed to old are on Sunday.
give all the praise to Dr. Fenner. August 12. 190(5. and nis wife followed
Jal. P. Smith." hinm to the grave 'n August 21. 190o.
Willis Raiborn wa. past the century
mark. Some say that he was 105
years ('1d. Hils helpnmet was over 90
years o!d
S"lThe a,;lest son. Isaac Raiborn, of.
t Cook Book and Treatise on Trim. Miss.. was born during Andrew,
.nner, M. D., Fredonia, N. Y. Jackson's administration.
iUISON B nee W\ills ha a vivid recoller
JBUISSON A BRO. tien -f the war of 1I12, and furnishe.l
hi.s neighbor,. wi'h accounts of per-
s nal deeds of valor during that. con-
9!)TIN~f flictle
N "The coup4e is survived by pro-
giny numbering 1;37. '1,tese are ten
Srchildren, fory-wo grandchildren and
seventy-five great-grandchildren.
"The two graves are side by side in
the cemetery near the little church
where the old couple worshipped up
a Work of Wipig Uft the rto within a short time of their deaths."


U rsn MS Nrel Oniprsusly ad Effectively
Thun Whon We First Stani.


Terrible plagues, those itching, pes-
tening diseases of the skin. Put an
end to misery. Doan's Ointment
cures. At any drug store.


NW 11r 11s1, wto Is leading every cute the cleaning up of the city. I
sis m people to the health au- hardly know to what extent further THE GOOD OLD TIMES.
thltri Ios t00 ght to eradlcae the; sanitary measures were needed. This
ow feve. was seen last ni anitarmeaures were eeded. Ths A Text roh Is pan Let
gave Ot the fb'llowaing terview: afternoon I made a tour of the Infect- stuff amad oaNesee.
*Tu i n is ry encourage, ed district and adjacent territory with I take no stock in the lamentation of
tba It is quite likely that several Acting Street Superintendest Spotts- the sentimentalists about what they
coes may yet develop. Every.Aing wood and I found some places in such call "the good old times." There is a
possible is being done by the nealth bad condition that I feel Justified In deal of stuff and nonsense trolled off
agkorlties to eradicate the disease ,accepUng the offer of Mr. Knowles, on this text. Every man over fifty who
a the pple are now rallying to which. I might here add, other gentle-' Is not precisely a boor is described as
their sappot. I men have signified a willingness to "a gentleman of the old school." We
"Tomorrow is fumigation day and I supplement. I was astonished to find need but turn to the English satirists
from appearances it will be generally how filthy ome places were which had from Fielding to Thackeray to learn
oered sad told thousands of m been ertiled to as being "in good that all the essential Ingredients of
quttoes will certainly perish. sanitary condition" by the heakh in-; "Van!ty Fair" had their existence 100
"Pre idat Knowles, of the Fbtr i spector. We have two gana of men! or 200 years ago. In the proportion
Nationkmal Bank, this morning offered, cleaning up these places and others that there were more nature and coarse
to start a list with a subscription of may be added. erfiber there were livelier doings. In
$0.00 to be used to further proose- "It s hard to keep a city in good proportionate
condition in the absence of sewers matic perspo t n the staw e other
but there is absolutely no excuse for matic person upon te stge there
AY JACK tons of filtkh and rubbish to accumulate was better play for the lndividuaL I
S Y *J, on premises. confess that I like a little blood in
tow is it your clothes always look "I shall continue to clean up the city! mine. Sincerity even in wickednes s
so nioe? and when it has been put Into the, has a flavor quite its own. But he who
That's easy. I belong to the best possible condition it will then be fails to see the world as it is and re-
a smaller matter to keep it so. fuses to take it ns be finds it falls In-
aJ Pr ClU "Urge the people to fumigate to- evitably betwixt the three legged stool
AUM l morrow and kill the mosquito. To of a very false philosophy and the
keep kill the mosquitoes is to end the fev- high backed chair of n very 11ll julgeJ
ey eep er. restore us to normal conditions and perversity, with contsi,,n"ueies nme-
them In good shape and only charge inspire confidence in the outside world times seriotis and alwa-s humilitig.
me ne dollar per month. Why don't that we are able to cope with the dis- -H enr'y Watterson in Louisville Coia
you join? Just ring up Phone 675 and ease and that their money may find ey ttrn I Louisvle Co-
give Malcolm White your name, or; safe investment in our city." rier-Jourusl.
see Eugene Reese at Johnson's store. '
SWall Paper Factory Burned. I ce Following Faillures.
-- -- Paper Factory Burned. 'We believe that nowhere is the man

000 damage to the wall paper fa,-tory of his integrity, more sure of euconir-,

SU yesterday. Nowhere Is there a more general and
l AQUARANTINES ASKE TO RESIGN rrncli o .. a7a ]...,


Smoke
for
s,,,LHETI


Chattanooga, Tenn., Sept. 7.--*
cause he let two refugees from Vicks-
burg come into Chat tanoua en rowu
to Walden's Ridge, Dr. Vaulx ili;,-.
superintendcent of the local quarantine
service must give up his jab, one that
pays him $10 per day.
Complaints about the Vickburg p. o-
pie being allowed here were made to
the board of beal.th and at a i-,et- ig
today a majority of board menimb -s
drMi'ld :.hat Dr. Gibbs had failed :o
ob;ty stric: instructions given him and
mul s vacate His office I, \a- de,('i: le,1
to ear*, the office of superintendnt
vacant and have Dr. CG. M. hliunt. oiwr
qc;arani:ne inspector work under "he
dire-,:;o-is of the city and county phvy-
sirians Dr. Gibh is sthe second ,;p-
erintendent removed for caus<. ;:nce
the quarantine was put on here.
Dr. Gibbs explains that he let ti-.
Vicksburg refugees drive through the
ci'y in a closed carriage to Wallen's
Ridge and says that they promise 1 him
thI'y w-oul'4 not come into the city"
again for a week. He admits that he
technically violated instructions. l ut
dc(larcs :hat he did not endang:- tane
city as fever cannot spread on bsal-
den's Ridge.


Fire in Suez Canal.
lndon. Sept. 7.-A dispatch from
P,-: Sail stat.-s that the Brr:: ai
steamer Chatham-. from London for
Yokohama. was afl!re in the Suez Ca-
nal and was holding up the canal
traffic, the fire causing grea! alarm.
as 'he Chatham has seventy tons of
dynamic on board. A later telegram
says th,. fre was cxtinguishej and
canal traffic was reopened.


Certainly in no country is a single
failure so seldom accepted as final.
nnld in none are there s,) run.my in-
stano.es of success following faIlures.
-New York Times.
Gitant Monnment to a C(bIld.
Momnt ;race. in Waurwick. '.Ins1.,
see,-ms to be in a war a giant :nopu-
mnut to a ill'Ie child. According to tra-
dition. the Indians captured a Mr.r
I owlnson and her ch:Id. As the party
were passing throiigh the w(i4s on
their way to <'anldin the eh!id died nml
was hurle: nt the fnot of the mounyatn.
The chli's narie was Grae and the
mountain has been Mount Grace ever
since.

A WOMAN'S GRATITUDE.
A Mountain Woman Writes in Praise
of Newbro's Herpicide.


"For s, veral years I have btcnu
t:rouble,I with da. Iruff. cause nag me
much annoyanrc- anr.. my hair be-
came very thin. I have use-i New-
bro'. Hol-pici.,, for a month and the
dandruff has tn'ire'y disappeared and
my hair is becoming much heavier
than formerly. New hair is growing
wh-,re th,,re was none and I anm very
tl.ankful t;) you for iime benefit I have
r(( c-:'ei from Ne-.bro's Herpicide.
Very tru.y yours.
-MR-S. C. B. FSTE_.
-No. 9 ti Utah Ave., Butte, Mont."
Sol!d by W A. P' 1phmbe,'r,. ,jrj;j.-ist
and apothel'ary, 121 S. Palafox street,
Penosaco!a. Fla. Send lOc. in stamps
for samIp:e to The HIerplclde Co.. De-
troit. Mich.


Pi' PJompt, Easy I
Recovery.
The greatest thing in the world
A Mother's I ore; the love she
lavish. on her children; the love her
child should have "or her; without this
love she couli not endure the agonies in-
cident to chlldirth a; ppreciative of this
love, Mother's Friend was devised to les-
sen the pain and anguish of childbirth,
that her love might not be strained to the
breaking point. Mother's Friend does aU
this and more-it enables the fond mother
to spsedily recuperate from the labors of
nmaternityr. enables her to rhze n ier loIt
strength, prese-ves hr youhi!ul lines of
beauty, and makes pregnancy her crow-.
ing joy without any thorns to mar it.
Mother' Friend
is applied externall. is most harmless In
its consistency, most happy in Its results,
and is of such me:; :t:iat no case of labor
shonid be conduct'-1 without its use. It is
a liniment for massage of the .h o'ninal
muscles during pregiancv. and bw its use
their tonicity and power of contraction is
greatly enhanced, enabling them to sus.
tain the great strain brought to bear on
them at this time. It is Mother's Friend.
The name should be enough to recom.
mend it to all who expect to be mothers.
Send for free book containing Inormation
of priceless value to a,; expectant mothers.
BRAOFIELD REGULATOR 00.
SmamtA, 8a.


NO NEW CASES



ARE REPORTED

(Continued From First Page.)


points asking about quarantine regu-
lations.
Visited the Guards.
Dr. (Porter, in company with Sher-
iff Van Pelt, made the rounds of the
cordon which has been placed about
the city, yesterday afternoon, and tae
state health officer was much pleased
with the manner in which it is being
maintained. He complimented thel
sheriff upon the businesslike way hel


PRETTY GERMAN



GIRLS WILL BE


HERE SOON


First Cargo is Scheduled to Reach

Jacksonville Next
Week.


I Thb Jacksonville Metropolis avs
Mr. J. P. Cniuch, secret.!' and gen
S(ral ;nanagcr of iht' Fl)!i.la Help uluf
U'ply Company., accompanied by Niceo
las J. Silvius. foreign representit've
saii ton:orrow on the Arapahoe foi
New York to meet and bring down th(
first installment of German girls im
ported for this company, and distribu
tion among their many patrons it)
Jacksonviile and tile surrounding
Scornry.
This company. while yet in its in-
fancy. bhu backed by strung, Consva
.tive and 'nflunc'ial bu ines.is men o(,
this city, hopcs to become one of the
strongest institutions of its kind 'n
tthe south, reaching out an.l supplying
as it doees, all nimnner and classes ,f
help. ski!lt'd and unskilled.
The Florida Help Supply Company
is a corporation duly organized and
incorporated under the state laws of
Florida, whose purpose it is to flnnd
right men and women for right places.
and rigitt places for right Int n and
women at a great saving of time. r -oi-
ble and expense to both employe,,- and
employee.
I' also purposes to meet the ever in-
crpasing demand for men of suffic-int
ability and integrity to fill the more
responsible positions In business and
technical work, hence an earnest itp-
peal is made to the manufacturers and
business men generally, as it Is pos-
sible that they, through the nature and
character of their business and m>n-
nections, come in contact with persons
in want of a .position, to refer such
persons to the Florida Help Supply
Company, where the manager will be
found at all hours during the day,
dispensing information to queries by
phone, mail and telegraph to all parts
of the country regardIng this company.

A VERY CAREFUL WOMAN.
Lady lidon Could Not Abide Any.
thawe Like Extravawasoe.
Lord Chancellor Eldon was energet-


.... 6U ... ..... "1"3u ".u c- eally aaide in his parsimonious haoits
thoroughnesl of the quarantine. He by his wife, of whom it was said that
"I visited the guard lines with Sher- she and her daughter had but one bon-
iff Van Pelt this afternoon and want net between them. The Rev. R. H.
to say that your sheriff is a very effi- Barham, author of 'The Ingoldsby
client officer. R showed much ac- Lend", reo" rd In his diary an
tlvity in gettingwmen to place on'amuing story of Lady Eldon's penn.
guard duty, d though notified only sto oLay Eldon' pu-
Sunday .niht elted the city cordon- riousnes:
ed by Monday morning. There are "June 1, 1822.-The chancellor is
about fifty men on o'uty as guards very fond of shooting. One morning
and four cans andthi n the service is _


very efficient. The men seem to un-
derstand their duties thoroughly and
state that they have had but little
trouble. The country people, as a
rule. commend the health officials for
placing a cordon around the city.
"I feel greatly indebted to Sheriff
Van Pelt." continued the state health
officer. "for the prompt and efficient
manner in which lie acted. He seems
to be a man of a great deal of firm-
ness, but is quiet, uses discretion and
brooks no foolishness. He is a good
officer."
Cleaning Up parogresing.
The work of futmieatin,. screening
and giving the city a general cleaning
up is progressing nicely. At every
resir.'rnce where a case of yellow fe-
ver develops, all houses within a ra-
dius of three hundred seat are thor-
oughly fumigated. This was done
yesterday at the home of Herman Pin-
ney, who was taken ill the day pre-
I -iois.


Schad Hard at Work.
Marshal Schad is loing valient ser-
vhe in assisting the health authori-
ties. H0 is out och d(lay looking after
the work being done by the city and
investigating places which should be
cheanej. This work, added to his
usual niuties, keeps the marshal a
buss m.n ail day and until late in the
night. iutt he sees that everything is
c.mplh tl before goin; to hls home.
Felix Glackmeyor is another hard
worker. He is in charge of the fumi-
gatiln of ra'-s loadete and unloaded in
the district Every seipment- of
freight that ]oavP.1 the 0ity must be
thoroughly fumituated before It leaves
her,' and Mr. h(ickmeyer has super-
vision over all iof this werk. making
daily pport-. t. the state health of-
fl:er. Th.' work so far done has been
very satisfactory to Dr. Porter.

BAPTISTS MUST NOT
RENT TO SALOON MEN
Atlanta. Sept. 7.-Baptists living in
Atlanta and surrounding towns woo
own propt-rtv in which saloons are,
run Nvi!l cith-.r have to sell their prop-
erty or make the barkeepers move
o-it. or quit the church according to
the de,,'Fi.n of the Stone Mounta;n
Baptist association which met at ;,i
thonia yesterday.:.
Tlc resolution provides that should
any church in the association refuse
to expel membe-s disobeying this .. .n-
rmand the churl'hes shall be tur;.-'
out of the association. It is thought
that several churches may object to'
carrying out the resolution and sensa-
tional results are expected.


last year hls lordshnip, Intending to en-
Joy a few hours' sport after a rainy
night, ordered Bob, the pony, to be
saddled. Lady Eldon told him be
could not have it, but company being


U


THE MAYOR SETS ASIDE FRIDAY


FOR GENERAL FUMIGATION DAY

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


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

Persian Insect Powder, per lb., 50c.

Oil of Citronella, Sulphur Candles and

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


Let Us Fill Your Prescriptions.

\.7E HAVE FILLED OVER TWO HUNDRED THOUSAND SINCE
WE HAVE BEEN IN BUSINESS.


W. A. D'ALEMBERT


Phone 109.


II


'EsI


Druggist and Apothecary. 1


IMa

No. 5603.
H. L. COVINGT3N. President M. E. CLARK, Cashier.
C. W. LAMAR, Vice-President, JNO. PFEIFFER, Asat. Cashier.

THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK
OF PENSACOLA, FLA.
DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES
Capital-Stock, $200,000 Surplus, $40,000

Henry I. Covington, S. J. Foshee.
J. M. Pfeiffer. A. M. Avery,
Bryan Dunwody, W. H. Milton, Jr.,
Bryan aunwody, O. E. Maura,
Frank Zleilly, W. L. CawtAon,
W. S. Rosasco, C. A. O'Neal,
T. F. McGourin, Dr. W. J. Hanuas.
F. E. Brawner, McKenzie OertlaT,
C. W. Limar, AJex McGowin,
J. R. Saunders, C. M. Covington.
Accounts of Banks, Individuals, Corporations, and Firms Solicted.
Four per cwt. Interest paid on Time Deposits.


WM. II. KNOWLES, PresidentL
THOS. W. BRENT, AsIt. Cashier.


W. K. HYER, JR, V.-Pres. and Cash.
W. N. ROBERTS, Asst. Cashierw.


FIRST


NATIONAL BANK,

of Penseola, Fla.


DIRECTORS, F. C. Brent, W. A. Blount, Wi. H. Knowles
W. K. Hyer, Jr., D. G. Brent.


in the room, gave no reason. In a few j
minutes, however, the servant opened rOREIGN AND IOMESTI FIOHAMiE BOlliiT AID S1D
the door and announced that Bob was
ready. I We draw our own Bills of Ex- Vesels disbursed upon the Meet
"Why, bless me," cried her lady- change on Great Britain, Ireland, Faverable Term, and their ebilE
ship, "you can't ride him, Lord Eldon. Germany, France, Austria, Italy,
He has got no shoes on." Holland, Spain, Belllum, RuMeia, gatlons taken Payable at Pert
"Oh, yes, my lady," said the servant, Norway, Sweden, Denmark, and Destination Ten Days After Ve
"he was shod last week." other European countries sal Arrives thiter.
"Shameful!" exclaimed her ladyship. - - -.
that pony shod withyou, str, or anybody hn Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent, in Connection with which we
continued she, addressing her husband, have a Private Department for the use of Renters.
"you know you only rode him out
shooting four times last year. so I had
his shoes taken off and have kept SIvings D pettment--Interest Paid on De"
them in my bureau ever since. They I
are as good as new, and these people! posits at Rate of 4 per cent per Annum.
have shod him again. We shall be .... -


ruined at tmis rate."

CATCHING A LOON.
The Way a Hunter Got One and Why ;
Be Let It Go.
Once, and only once, I caught a
yr-ang northern diver, says Graham
West in Recreation. It was in July
In the Laurentians in a little lake far
back in the forest covered hills-loons
always nest on small islands In lakes,
ever where foxes can get at the eggs
or young. The birds at first are coal
black. The one I took was the size of
a pigeon and it took me twenty min-
utes to get it. When pursued the lit-
tle fellows make for the open deep wa-
ter, never skulk among the weeds, and
rely entirely upon their wonderful div-
Ing powers. You can only catch them
when they are very young and on a
perfectly calm day when you can see
them the instant they come up.
I followed the bird so quickly that I
was always near when it rose and by,
shouting and brandishing the paddle
frightened it into diving before it had
regained its wind. At length It could
not dive more than a foot or two be-
low the surface and then I caught it
in my hand. It was savag* and sea-
sick in the canoe. The mother kept
near it from first to last, swam round
the canoe, calling most plaintively the
while, the note being "Whe-ou-ou."
quite distinct from the usual mocking
laugh, "Ha-ha-ha-ha! Ha-ha-ha-ba"' I
paddled the little loon about a m;!e
and then put It overboard very gently,
and the mother led it off in triumph.


L. HILTON GRZXK, Fasussaa. '1. r. KILLXS. Vica-PasuImsa .
A. N. BCUSR.NLL, CASJIIL. MANNSFI KLD MO3Wo(. *.-.'. OAUsa
Citizens National Bank,
of Ptrrt s. FK, e.s
Geo.W Wright. Morris bear, T. r We1les


Lix M. Robinson.


I. fliltoa 'Jrnea.r


A IRNSRkL BANKING BUSlNES. ToRANSACTKD.


J. S. REESE, President. F.. W. MENEPOiE. Cashier.
R. M. CARY, Vice-President.
THE PEOPLE'S BANK Of PiSAGOLA.
Directors-L. J. R'.eves, J. S. Reese, W. DeC. Kessalr, R. M. Cary,
* W. A. D'Alemb.Pte T. A. Jennings.
* TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANKING niu;LiESS.
YOUR ACCOUNT IS IF ePECTFU-r1, SOLICITED.




WholeaIe and RAtall Desirt o
Steam, Domestic, Anthracite
and Blamith COAL
OMce-No. J3 South Pilafu street. Telephone, S3.
Yards on gorrsgoma ad qoaales streets. Pbonu. S.
a ---------- -!es


Orctor Touxr
ICE, COAL and WOOD
frem the
Consumers/ Ice and Fuel Company.
OffM'e-Corner Chase sad Taragron. Phso 2


TRY IT AND BE CONVi CED.

GENOVAR-MARTINEZ CO.,


Manufacturers, St. Augustine, Florda,


_____ 1 ____- -.


CLEAR HAVANA.


UNION MADE.


4 -.'


SUIT CASES@
W'br the comfort and con-
venienoe of your jour-
ney, whether it be by
land or water, we have a
vritety of such requisites
as Trunk, Suit Cases,
etc.

LESS TO

PAY FOR THEN

bere than at men store .
and longer service, be-
cause they're the bet
quality goods that can be
made.

Trunks. $2.75 to $15.00.
Suit Cases, $2.25 to S8.00.
Telescople, 50 cents to $1.25.




t. 0. ANSON
CASH CLOTHIER
Phone 297

Car. Main and Paldox Sts.


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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 8, 1905


HALF


PHONE


1100.


TON


SULFUR, c
SULPHUR,3


Oil of Citronella, by the gallon, 15c


THE


ORIGIN


HOO TON's


THE BIRTHPLACE OF PROMPT DE


lb.|

s. 25c.



oz., 2 for 25c.




AL BOSSO.J


. We want your business. |




SACY, OpenAHl
MACY, Night.

LIVERY.


PEOPLE AND EVENTS


7s, NOILLIE rECE.


'
easedaeme Me 891


C-- -
".c. -icardand Done Amon-: -hins: Wh:) o, Come
and Tarry.--~ omen and Society, le-e aad Elsewhere

Mrs. C. .'. HTrlnerg and sons Mr. T!,:'~I.daay, 9'-:-mher 7. l35. at the
Ikunie arti Mr C. J., .r. Mr. and re-.dfnc ihe bride's parents, Mr
trs. Max !Helr erg and Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. J S. Rober:s. No 111 Eas;.
Ike Hilbr)i. ar&, r:.:ster. i al Waeti-1 Giegory. No cards wer,- issut.i-
er Hotel, H .nder-onville, N. C. Ionl. the ntiir reiativcs of the bri-.e
SI being press: nx.
Mrs. John CaT'r cft at noon Thurs- The brld, was preti:l gowned in a
4ay for South BendI. Ind. I da iyv wih .o ljr andl carried an
ex.ti:-i:e h,!iq'.: > brnics ro(.s andl
Mr. and Mrs. .'ke Wo:ff and son : r:.,
Maldin lha,, io-da.% -o s-pend some Th" wr, att*-nded by her young
tiae in Tcxas. i-''r M.s- .Marguerite R.ier's. who
was a.s.) :(',vnod in vwhie with pink
Mr. and Mrs. S. F. PFlghum and r'hi:Ti. carmin, a shower houque: of
ftail hav c-)one to Macon. Ga.. to hr, ,'s:nai ro-<, s -an, Mr Cochran
spend several: weeks and later will Sanusky. bro-hcr of the grooni.
vItit their old Forne in Valuosta be- T.iv parlor. hai' an I d!nini room
fore reinrning. Miss Lurieyne will wer-r pret*'; dc (crated in ferns and
mot return but enter Wesieyan Col- cut flowers, the color scheme being


lege.
Mr. Wilpon ?'eit. the very efficient
chief clerk at ih freight office, has
res;igred his posi:,on and left Thurs-
day noon for hihs ol home in Loiuis-
villle. K.., to the r great of the office
force.
Mr. l o Kuew er has returned from
1it. :. n, :.'r.'. -.. s' nt a* Albion
.:, and other
pa"ats I. Ten; aese* S 1k
.o:. 4. Rathbone
ms '--.. V :. ', 'r :n'er'.-'ing meo':-
ina IV.V ,ii, s 1 ;.:0 i.' -,aT, ahd the :n-
Stala otl(l1 : : ,1. ( ':' ;, a' vas an a'-
t ,jL-.% ,',a*' *r


The Ailanna NN w annonxmce the
presc ( !it I '',a; c'," v of Ml. and Mrs.
Ausle' of 1'ciissc 'a
THE ROBERTS-SANDUSKY A
PRETTY AUTUMN WEDDING.
One (if thI, pr, -Tie's -'N autumn
wed d ::g w ia lia: of Mr J.,hn Pen-
dieton Sai',l ., and i',s Nellie
Kathryn R. :.-. which 'oak place


Whet Your Appetite
and then come to
the Old Reliable


Nick's


Restaurant.


where the best is
always obtainable.


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






More Delicious I
iarn : m' f 'ani! o.a.



CAN ANYTHING BE
COOLER OR MORE


COOLING?


flr.'ri-.ng t-I a
one.n


Kandy Kitchen Cafe, i
140 S. Palafox. Phone 999 j


.n low and green.
Tlie table was adorned with exquis-
ite Mexican d-awn worK with yellow
ribbon and smilax st.spt'nldel from tirh
chandeti-r to -he four corn.>r.- of the
tali,'. In ihe center was a cm glass
puinih bowl filed with a d .:icous
punch and res:lng in a bank of golden-
glw as ers and ferns,
The refreshments consisted of a
salad course ices and cake.
They received some very handsome
presents of vuT glass linen and silver
Mr. and Mrs. tandusky wil, he at
home to their friends a Ho oel South-
ern.


MISS RUBY WADE
HAS PASSED AWAY.


The many friends of M's s Rub-
W.i he wil he gri'etjd to .earn th3a
d'iT di.~ a: her home in Carlow :Il,.
.*'.I on Ton 'sday. after a protract(ei
V' W>.. ha: frequently visited
*-."sa?','a the nest of her cmusin
'M .I r 'la I.,-e, her lat visit beine
ring .' n(d was highly regarded
", ai!: ho knew her.
THE MO~EY THAT-
THE MONEY THAT


DIDN'T BELONG TO HIM.
Thc quir- (,: F-ankl-n street was
hnie('n in u; ,n on:' da\ las: sumnm'r
). a raft of n ,msi hol%-. who. finding
a : -h -?re r'h o' -hade :hrown b\ Mr.
S,-' I r' t row house. took advan-
: a : it f-,r their game.
I don't kr' w .'"* wha' the game
iwa. h bit it k.eke: up a great deal of
' :; ., and a ,-:(ca: dea. ,: noise, an.i
' s ( .; to ,- *xci'tiZ One 'h* li_
'hin: I emu:,l ;,,, hi,.p s-e"in lIrmtn mr,
x\ :rio d.s-v. -ei m .e i; was th1ia
t" n'I'. "\ e .'t' -': t: o I~rni on., p.o k-
t" r north" I .::in': i i. y !i 0 iks
,i ia'- .
l .' a -ah '- gr:.m-m),okiniz
S, f .W, \'' :a :'3a 's '.I ttl an
i ;':':>h : ,,n cya' ca aion .
.,., .i "I xo ; w !'.,n '-2. II,
,* ', .* ,. 1 n I h -ar, hi;ni
( ', ;. : .-. ;irA vo '.it < c '.'
.2, lG. o r '"




'j4k . a :: h" .
"a t, I .i nj,.cn~. ,' a go \ .ba:.ti ,ii. m:,1. ,
;,. with h'" a ,i'.-' 'his bh-'r, a
i chance. l, .,' i:. ,'>.'k a 1\ an" ; .
"',..'** s:1.': 'c ,' ", 'o cIn h;.s s'ry '
W i. n v, a'" :.;l','.I a' App'.-
x r '1 C i ra, -. .i
1* if 'r "i, '.r h ,n. 4
'a',' .. ,. -''in r'. ""h; h hat! bi "
\. '; a' r lk t" . w i .1
\.'." ." :,.. s. n I 'en wi'r :


S All Facial <-7,

BLEMISHES '
Removed
In One
Week.

BEAU TIOLA
THE PERFECT BEAUTIFIER.
Featilola is the only harmless prepara-
*i *lEAt < nipelt ly Ia>ia! 1 iinhos.i. traces of care worry, tll-
i.- and extwsure. After a few app ltea-
ionsof Beautiola. ieauty of youth return@
and age fa IF like a manftlc from the face.
levviniz thp kin sorft. clear and va'v 'IT
not a wr- 'kle or blemish remains. Beant-
oa, 14 cidoraci by th Medi a& Frate!i ity.
Chomiitf and Expprt DrmaBtologlit. t
ha- made ftad>i. but o c<'b auttiful 1adi.1.
as youthful at forty and fifty a they were
at t-ornty. a.i" nud by men with themee
wondfrfut rpp-lts. BRautl(!i rmoveas the
worst Papes of BR *"N. LIVER aSPOTs.
FRIK'RLEi. BL CKHAK4T8 I.1P1MfL
W1 KL s. 8SCARA. ALI' POX Pir
TING, and all PISFI&;URINr URUP
'110N. Price :4 cents. EVERY BOX
.I ARANTKE!.
For fIate by leading druggists M.r sent
e'1rect to
E. R. BERRY CHEMICAL CO.,
Dept. St. Louis.
rpn.tio'a b-ok mal Tie ft..eupon reque


CO RELL'S Photograph
WGallery Be Re-opened About Oct st
Will Be Re-opened About Oct. 1st


The Journal's Daily Fashion Feature


gave it to two friends of his, young i i '
-oldiers who had come out of the war
Without a cent. and they set up in
business in a small way.
', We'll make you partner in the
concern, Colonel.' they said, and so
they used his name. though he never
touched a c'n, of the money, after he
turned over ;o them that Confederate I
gold. They failed, poor fellows, and "
lost all the money, and got in debt
"Mean;ime, the Colonel was earn-
rn, hi., lilin: by his wits. and going
r.-h: on to10 success. I don't mean
:har he was getting rich, but he was
senrvin his country and her broken FETCHING LITTLE SHORT COAT.
fortunes and her discouraged people, Those little short and loose jackets arm seams only, the latter flaring quite
ansa was etrvfhere relied upon as
a of men are sure of an enthusiastic reception a little from arm-size to hem. Inden.-
aJ utton hto e married the woman for the cool days that autumn brings, ed scallops are cut in both front and
he ha,I been waiing for I saw him The model is In white henrietta, since back. and the applie I braiding tol-
ani concratulated him upon his gooa' a white coat will harmonize well with ,ows lndentatons,. a lace flounce that
-or'-e That Confederate gold gave almost any color gown, and be like- is backed in beneath showing up
ov, the first- artn drdnt It. Colonel?' wise in accordance with the popular daintily. There is a turned 'wn collar
.ad craze for this spotless coloring that is with shallow lapel,. for a neck finish:
-Then he toMd me what had hap- still a feature of current fashions. and the sleeve .is an open design with
S'.-'i it. 'But you know. Major' The model illustrated shows the coat a t-urned-up cuffr below the elbow. A
-n^d ,.1 "le >ne er fel' right about fashioned with shoulder an4 under- lace cuff finishes to the hand.


ha: mone; it wasn't mine to give '
-.. i.; t loseand I've made tip after the heat of war co)led t.hba the
n., :ni .o out of my owt i money belonged to the United atcs
.- l.*-,, i,' t- some i- government: and so a le,- months ago
'.) loll'. . ...... hI spent some hard work fing our
'., .n'. now.' said jeeringly e compound interest on it, and I
dn ,n1 hi' c.mra at' n pal0 it into the Uni',ed States treas-
a I i '.,- ih.<. b..h or. bis death. a ury. interest, compound interest, and
'1:. a, f"'.* ''h .d soldier, .s voicea all. Money Is rather scarce with me
-. s e forward: his now: but if I hadn't but one shirt to
.n rl( . gone n. "a back. I'd(1 enjoy looking that baby
I h 'rlK: hal. and ars Bone into camp uarly n the face and dari.\ lhimn
.'. *!-.. r-!' W o. C .inon l.' said I touch a cent of money that wasn t
fI hip ,,I In s ea that "Gmoe\ "-;eorge. did you ever hear that
ft-,i .. .in' I-), I heard you ar .stor before?.
Ti- .V:1.E a' Far"akso for I knew he r "said the lad proudly.
% a-, re. iv to ,-ra, about his habv. fsth
.,' I ; t, t a ,:',, l -e th:ng about 'tcertaainly it was vour father, the
.'1.v no .doubt you'll w'nt me bravest man. the best friend, and the
,i ,,i0\,, -v hna' I 'arns o1n him'truest Christian I ever knew: and is
-a I- 'h sitme ,har' yarns on him. for you t possible you are putting pennies in
: heI: an spends his idleo your pocket by betting. by rambling?
S -1 in .ank. n h e George Maxwe.l's boy handling dirty
:*N'I sam. tell you .oney.
s :aan h, Unest man of el von The soldier sTumpe. away. and
i'r.,' here was a dea siler e out on the
*:l..,r.i . .... .t I shadiv sidewalk. Then I saw several
coins flung down in the dus'. and, as
.. sl he (ane. 'when I the boy sprang after the ia'ng s:5ep.',
ne !:.nkI a': the. sort of f-ir .I heard him say:ver'-The
SNever again sir: nev-er The
.i'. ;';ha o.i (nferate gol bother- Herald and Presbyter.
I1 me. I knew. in my secret soul. ____ r ;


2 1' 4- 3 naI I I I-nI
ou :": l a. a, Keep Bright I
ou : ,f 1 :- n' anI thr
tue ,. n, ,'-b " Brains Clean raham f
-Nowg n : I g1 .,c to wi place th
th i, : -,Y : .ne Co .on. YM monthly
Wel!, i< -me.' said I. "yon are a fe ne tDa
much the Confederate governmet-n: as ,pay
anybody else now; anod I adv: you- be brou
o keep the money and use it in get- II5spt 1
ting a start somewhere.'
"*He didn't seem to like this Idea: FOO COFFEF
sai he wasn't In the habit of using FOOD COFFEE
money that didn't belong to him. But Thr'a Until
everybodyy be consulted gave him the ....s a Ra.. . j be open
-an advice: and so after a while he 5septlw


FOlow L[1U ii O U (. i. L ', tW- St.-
bon ILemon Vad Vanilla xtrat. The
natural fruit flavors.


LAUNDRY NOTICE.
to the scarcity -t collections
absence of Mr. Walker Ing-
Irom the city. it Is- necessary : o
he business on a cash bawiq.
customers apr hereby ncti-
money must he left at horn-
lelivery man. or package wi,1
ght back to laundry office.
STAR LAUNDRY,
n- n. .s.T.AA-L-y


CiliPaY


Special to The Journal.
Chipley, Stpt. 7 --.ne days ago ;
wais rumnoriedF- b ..- etie Co:tonlale tha' h'ere was ,yellow ft -
ter at Chi.Iley anii a.vi.ed t he c.h m
growers n',t to taie thir eo,;; in her>'
hut bring it to C''ir.ondale. Your cor-
respondent :o:oki -l ,he nm i.ter up and
;he only excu.-; he c' ili tini for thIn '
rumor was t!a'. ('ap. A. .1. Gay wa.-
am the ('hi V-vy Hjitl. down witi a
Lprained ankle:


The B. C. & St. A. R. R. Co. are at
the bat n'iow wi:h plenty of money )on
deck and contractors are running the
bosses to beat the banl. Sub-contrac-
t,:rs are coming up now for the entire
work from the ba'y to Columbus.
'nele Da n an '.o ra.:!'*;a,A co:,-
tracor ofi ofir 'tiVii. has taklen five
mnies and will puI' 10 hanid with
Itams anl s';crapi t() work on the
15th inst. l'n(., Dan -as he revr
yet to:>k a con::rac- wi'h a ,,.nipany
that was ni)t u.'-e-, .-fi'. We hop- he
will push ;: : o,'( ri zh in g;o i
shape and quick :r.me.
Mr. Alley. the po.s:tnaster will b.-
back from h's mnin h'.' v-ac.a'ion in the
north thi- week. Th'- a master neels him for he is nearly
worn out.
It has not rain-,l 'i-r- f )r three or
four days an-I w be-z:n 'o think we
are suffering Ir,-m a drou,'h. However
'he cotton grow ".- are takin. a-lvan-
taffge of the.fir.e weather to rush on'
their cotton.
The Chiplcy flyuring mill is now
running full blast.


B By H. J. ackey. -
EMPTY BOTTLES.
NOTICE.
further notice tore Fifteen cents ppr ,dozpn paid t-r
further notice my store will -. .a, -.W
from 7:30 a. m. until 5 p. m empty Bosso but:es at Nicrk's rc-'
LAZ JACOBY. I taurant.


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 Ladles' 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, Tan or Bla:k, now................$4.98
$5.00 Men's Oxfords, all styles,................................ $3.96
$4.00 Men's Oxfords, all styles, now ......................... $3.19
$3.50 Men's Oxfords, a'l styles, now ........................$. 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
along and get your share of the plums.


MEYER SHOE CO.,


102 South Palafox Street.


Feet Furnishers Gor Folks.


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


Engraving and Fine Stationery.


Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention.


E. 0n Zadek Jewelry Co,


MOBILE, ALA.


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0 Do You Read, Evenings?


That', what a Mo: i ela"r is for. to 'tre-!ch out in. Ad-
ju, the back to at tiy desired angle and enjoy a good
book or your even'hinkc pai-pr. Let us .-show you some Of
these great big 0.1-y .hairs on handi. Carveil oak frames
and reversible v-Il ,r culshion-'. We w nr quoret prices
this time. you mi;r thlnk something was the matter
with them.


! MARSTON & QUINA,
t 108-110 S. Palafox St. Phone 148. Pensacola, Fla.
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PHONE 1 u8.


NEW METHOD LAUNDRY,


No. 8 West nomaua SE., Pro ea,


Insect Powder in amounts from 5c worth to a barrel


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Have a Definite Object!

Every man should have some definite object
in view. There is no one object for which
a whole family can save with so much zest as

For a Home.
The thought of the future joy softens every
eanomy. Money paid on a home is an ever.
present security and

Does Away With Rent Days.
We can start you right.



Pensacola Investment Co.
&. U. aa"Mi mr l afta,
W.L EWRWM, FWi LA S. L L Semaftry.
J.. L SUZA,4 V-M at MGM r. KNWIZS r7- Tuwerw.
2a16 -l( Plax S1 P0nelwM Felmri ,.
216 South Pala tx Sthet, Pensoelas, Florida.


For Sale.


FOR SAIL OR RENT.-10 room
house an.i 12u acres of good 'A A1
Ilocaited a: Goza:eza. Fla. Either tj-
gc-he- or separat.ly. Terms -pas'%-
able. House m7,v be rented temper-
arily. Appiy at W. L. Zachrey's co-
fice. 3 sept.


U,%IDEAL ESTATE


LOANS

RENTS


and


WE ARE STILL
doing busine s at 204%. S. Pa!afox 5.
and not runnin- from fever. Rent'.
doil' 'el. Rea! n estate bought an et
sold.
We advise you to stay In town, but
wh -her you go or stay 'et us colle t
yoi r ii-nts.
Every hinl' in ihe real e.alae bus'- ,


FOR SALE.-Cabin launch 44 f. long nesNs -:ecves prompt attoeriton.
10 ft. beam. 24 inches draught, 0NSUORANC E
speed S niil, s Lour; IS H. P. Barber IE I DD SV S
gasoline engine in good order; wi:11 LI B
seat 40 passen,_irs; sell at sacrifice 1f
taken at once. W. A. Smith, 238 W. Others have profited and heen pleas-!
Government St :5auglm ed with us. Why not \ou?
!OR SALE.-1 am Florda State Agentt Our clients among the best in Pen- F OR RjNT
for Fi c and Burglar Proof Safes and sacola; ask them? i
Vatk Fixtures of a:. descriptions FIR RENT.-New 6 room cottage with
naeulcatured by Alpne Safe anl^ i ,bath. on Elast Hill car line. Apply
Lock Company of Cincinnati, Obho. $10,000.0 to Loan at 7 and 8 per at once. Phone 285. lseptlw* Ej
Communicate w!th ne for prices and, cent. .
terms before buying elsewhere. Scar --FOR RENT.-12 room hose, corner .
-Itt Moreno, Pensacola, Fla. YOUR BUSINESS BLICTED.. Hayue and Wright streets. Apply ,
28june. SOLCTED.. W.S. Garfield. 27aug.


FOR SALE.-Soda fountain, stock of
confectionei:t s and c;iars, loatedi
)n Palafox ctrcet. Can b. hqd at bar. L S. BROW N & Co
gain if purchase at on!e. Apply E.s
cambia Realty Co. 15aug. 200 Theisen Bd
FOR SALE.-Nice new cote 200 B
roorns and hall) between Palahlx ,Alp7B i H n rg,-r,


and Baylen ltretis on Jo:'dan St
near Saunders Mill; easy terms. Ap
ply rc J. W. West at Saunders Mill.
S29i1m*


WANTED HELP WANTED I VOR SALE.-Old papis only 10 cents
.o u ---a a ( per hundred. (oJod for wrapping
P ITION WANTM D-y young &ady WANTED.--Aart young Man able to paper and to put under matting. All
go bookkeeper or stenographer. Al- induence iLrge orders for we!l clean and nice Journal office.
dies A. L. H, eare Journal. known brands of whiskies. Address Do you value your health? If so,'
3est1we with particulars; references an si our pure Blend o Coee "Dewey
terms. W. Hughes. 7 Corps Building, anu & y. New Orbeans" Grocery
PLUTO PLUTO! Preesons Row, Liverpool, England Co., jas._McHugh, Prop. aug 30
g youear system in good condition 5sept3t. W ha.b wih o. n Pn..
sad you need not fear any disease. We have been with you in Pensaco-
Plt~~ egrmt stomach healer, for WANT~D.-Trustworthy man toman.- Ia since 1874, and still Intend to stay
sMWe, w eles wand recall, by Js- age branch ooeM and distributing de with you and serve you with the best
Mans j pot for large manufacturer. Salary to of groceries at lowest mar-
Start with, $1500 rst year, and extra ket prices. New Orleans Grocery
WAMT .-To rest or buy Improved commissions and eXpeses. Applicant Co.. Jas. McHugh. Prop. .aug20
1ge, not more than 8 miles north must have good references and $1000 GROW GINSEN&. LArge profits.
npr northwest of Pensacola, wkh 15 to cash, capital secured. Experience un Room in your garden. Roots for sale.
Sags of land is cultivation. 1 as- neoesaary. Address "Manufacturer,' Write today tor literature. Bucking-
tie Huatto, Holts, Fla. lseptlm* 21 West Atwater Sti, Detroit, Mich. 1 barn's Ginseng Garden, Zanesville, O.
?^H'- ^ F ~ i'"^-*1..^


KI G & HUAL, contracting painters
d aemrorms.o Fine varnkiag WANTED-The people of Pensacola
e" talkashl. Sign p ting a sp-, to cese wowrryl. Let The Journal
ciasly. Residence phone 24. 29aug. Want Ads aolve the problem for you.
S--- They are expect detectives, and can
Mm. Laura W. Creary will resume fin. the man you are looking for it
encv for ibe Wi&ona mills history, he is included In the 25,000 or 30.000
and soUcits the patronage ol all t*g*m- people wbicn askes the population o0
er customers. If interested in good Pensacola.
bogerv sea postal card and s*e will Any iatellicot pewon May farl a
caB with samples, or phone 147. good income corresponding for news.
Tangim- pipem0; no enavasaing; xperteneB
unnecessary. Send for part'culard.
WANTBD,--Ton to know that yo ca Northern Press Syndicate. Lockpor
buy aice, clean old papers at this Y. 131une3m
omct cheap. WANTED.-Ag4Wts in different ooun-
t ties in Florida to handle. Alpine Safe
WAN .-verybody to know tht nd ok Co.'s Fire and urgar Proo
our Blend of Coffee may be mitated Safes and Vault Fixtures of every
'but can't be equaled. New Orleas description. Wrte me for terms.
Gorcery Co. Jas. McHugh, Prop. Scarritt Moreno, Penacola, Fa., Flo--
aug20 Ida State Aceot. 28june.
WANTUD.-The public to know that BA HO lOpe Siht and .
we are pioneer Co e Roasters of ceropa pla. tRoos Light and7
Florida. New Orleans Grocery Co., 679 South 9lat6. lJo. &. Niolas,
.as. McHugh, Prop. aug20 p .
ROOK 8 sWANTEID at No. 17 Wejt -
AA sa treet, city. :au6w' For Wsale
WANTED.-The Mercnants Transfer FOR SALE AND RENT.-Block top
Co. wants your moving and haulin, tent. 2Sx60 feet Splendid for par-
All breakage guaranteed. T. B. Thor- ties to camp out of town. Address P.
seM. Pupp. Phone 976 IjSunclm. 0. Box 446,.city.


I aug3mos.
OR SALhE-South hatf block 211,
fronting 400 feet on 13th street, by
137% feet on Bay View Park; also
south half of block 2T2, fronting 400
feet on 14th St., by 137!i feet on Bay
View Park. The only property adjoin-'
ntug Bay View Park that is now for
Iale. The beautiful view down the
bayou and down the bay can never be
obstructed. A. V. Clubbs. 30jly
FOR SAIE.-Upright piano almost
new: high grade; cheap for cstu.
Address C., P. 0. Box 395.
.wed-sun


FOR RENT.-Small farm 1 block ou'-
side city limits on county hard'
road, with six room house; wind mi!l;
water pipes in yard and all through ?
house. Rent reasonable. Apply W.
M. McClellan, at First National Bank,,
Pensacola. 26augltm


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Refugees From Pensacola0

can place their property in our hands for
Collection of Rents, Pay-
ment of Taxes, keeping it prop.
crly Insured or Disposint of
same. We are here to slay,
fevDr or no fever, and any busi.


ness entrusted with us
caretul attention.


will receive


Correspondence solicited.


Those. C. Watson & Co,, .

Leading Real Estate, Rental and Insurance Agents,
Cor. Palafox and Garden Streets, Pensacola, Fla.

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--------.. FOR RENT.-3 rooms at 400 W. Gar- 0otessiOlal Directory.
SfFOR SALE den St. 13auglw* ,
FOR RENT-Lorraine House, corner PATTILLO CAMPB2LLI
CHICKLN WHEAT produces eggs. Hayne and Belmont street. Apply AttorneyatLaw.
Makes fowls especlaly well flavored. W. S. Garfield. 12ul Thiesen Building.
The cheapest food to be founa. P. 8. Room 405 Thieen Building.
1 Mellen & Co, Phone 834. loet FOR RENT-New five-room cottage -I-.-
e c e on car line, corner 1'th street anl THOS. PEBLEY,
4 f8FOR BL, -0om ose. er th avenue. Inquire at Turtor's Photo LAW. REAL ESTATE. LOANS AND
lot, 3 blocks 1fm Palafox, lot 6z gallery. 12JuLy LET ONS
192 on car dine. For particulars Lu- lery JulCOLLECTIONS
quire of Standard Clothing Co. PALAFOX AND ROMANA.
I. Jan. FOR RENT.-Residence lately o> PHONE 559.
ctpiled by Dr. W. S. Hall, No. 111 W.
FOR SALE CHEAP-My three-year. LaRua street. Apply to R. M. Car'y,
old Berkshire herd toar, Duke .f 43 S. Palafox street. 7Juae J. P. STOKES,
Florida, No. 68,923. Also some flne
young pigs. 1 six-montha-old boar, all FOR RENT-Twenty-room aouse. cor.- Attom yaidCOUnSllorat LaW
registered and transferred. Carl Set- ner Barracks aud Zarragossa street. 108 East Government Street.
terlind, Chipley, Fla. 18jly Suitable for boarding house. Apply General Law Practice.
to Mrs. M. J. Moreno, 216 East Zarra-
FOR SALE-Kill the germs of fever- gossa. 26mtf GEORGE DOUVILLE,
or'er ,a barrel of slack lime to-day. GE
SPhone 367. 4auglm ATTORNEY-AT-LAW.
S Money tO LOan. Room 500 Thiesen B'Id. Phone 784.
M l9nllaneouS DO YOU WANT to borrow moneyIn WELSH & SM ITH
PINOTU- ING amounts from $500.00 up? We have &
PIANO TUNING. $, 10,000.00 to loan at 7 and 8 per cent. DENTISTS.
I worked a2~ihs 14 years In Mobile interest Thos. C. Watson & Co. 6aug Fisher Building, 4 Soth P o
Aia. I will dttsfy you in price ani auFisher Building,204 south Palatox
quality of work. J. Conrad Scott, 244 MO:4N&T TO .WAND-On good real Street.
EKast Gregory St. Pensacola. tate urity. or on good collateral. PHONE 526.
29augam* at lowest rates. Lelie B. Brooka
Old newspaers.M, good for many Fl hr, biUd!i. LJa PR. JNO. N. TIL
things. You 2t Jots of them MWONW LOWAI ea say sad a Dentist.


91u, D py J u .'4L s om rnL.


--- REGULAR MAiL 1UNU'-Good coavey.
FOR SALE.-My residence on t sac fo r tra el public. Daily ser.
Hill, either including whole block vice each way. M Chipley to Bay
of twenty lots 40x137 1-2 feet each or head. AddreI J. IM. T9ggle Chjpley,
quarter block of five lots. Apply it I 2- ,
my office, Thiesen Building for furrti- __ _
or partictilars. C. W. Hagerman. ( EAL _'TATE.
"24auglm i -AL ESTATr k al parts of city.
You buy the i and we wil
FOR SALE OR RHNT.-New 7-room build e bhouseS long time pay.
house at Goulding; large yard, meauj D. Hale WUsn D & Co,
shade trees, near railroad, fifty feet TAILO NG-. D od
well and outhouses. A good bargain. TAILs clothig -- C16samoed, press Talr.
Apply t postmaster, Goulding Fla. empire on short ntice. No.
22 aug3w West Government St., Penasacoa. jr
FOR SAI3-Seco;d-hand cash reols- d
ter in perfect condition. Will 9e*l ie
cash ot or, time. k real bargain. Can FOR ONE DOLLAR AND FITrY
be seen at Jame. McHugh'L 22moa CENTS per head we will haul out
-- dead hbores, CowS, etc. Leave orders
FOR SALE-Good paying grocery, 13l6 Bast Intendeaca. Herring
cheap rent store, living room in 'uro. 8f
connection. Store doing good cash BAILMAKER.


s5a5 off per"= wopefl7, paable
ewewy w SSm*4y.Wbft Iu no"
sloomy. aseemoe. J. A. Wiac -4 u IAW.
GOVeraMM&St sIe.SalisbufY buiJdln1
rem L 2400


MONWT LO&NSD
a" semfit$ lft
IwoeV.13ma & COa


on good real e
SK amount. A


aug20
MONTi LOAN1D on ail kinda of pem
sog property on short notice.
Terms easy. J. W. Bullard, upstairs
289% South Palafox St., Phone 1144


Room 8, Brent Building. Phone, 8.

L. C. PHILLIPSM.D.
HOMEOPATHIST.
Office at No. 7% 8. Palatoz. Bloant
Building.
Office Houre-8:90 to 11 a. a., and
2 to 5 p. m.
Residence, 10 North Palafox. Phone
65-two rings. Otoe Phone 5.
Sundays-Subject to call.


6nov F. M. WILLIAMS,
UNI CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
UNIMITEiD amount of mo@y to loa Office, Bromnaham building, next
o all kinds of personal property, to Pensacola Business College.
10e0-W rate* to busti"" mn) on large Prompt attention always given
loan. TUe NMew Tet Leoa Co., 204 to business. Pensacola, Fla. IJ
Soutk Palago.

GashkA' Pawn h3n4


,how L'finies. toUbeUom8'J L rur eU U *3jU J H..PORT.I Isalmaker, 716 South 402 .&PALAFUX ST.
We want everybody *o know that we FOR SALE-One lot of fine show sale. Reasu for selling, am lear. J PRox street. ma 716 Of 402 0. PALAFON ST.
are wholesale and retail grocers and cases, especially adapted for mi;- r city on account of sickness. Tele-to str Order take for MONT TO LOAN ON DIAMONDS,
still at the old stand. New Orleans Inery purposes or for drug store; hone 1064. 1* ets., watwe, camp stools and house Watches, Chatls, Rings and all kinds ttI
Grooery Co., Jas. McHugh, Prop. also one lot of counters and fine pnelaug t. etc. Price reasonable. jan of collatealsecurity at lowest rate of
angQ0. French plate glass mirrors. E. I. FOR SALE-Beautiful block in New --- interest. Bargains i unredeemed
R eese 18 South Palafox. 2sep City. Tract No. 312. For cash $603. p O rA r S ,leda t a
WANTED-Tour electric worof a PLUTO! P-LU-TO! Apply to A. M. McMillan, Court Houls UOLD PAPERS m0, tolo000 5.0amous^o
kinds. Let us clean your fans, re- Keep your system in good condition laug 10 0 $500.00 and up at "Iand 9
pair your dynamo, do our wiring. etc. and -oi need not fear any disease. GO TO TURTON for all sesA Soon you will wat to pt down new per cent. aterest. Thos. C. Watson CUPID,
corner Intendeucia and Baylen streets sag wholesale and retail by J of charge. He makes best phot d matting. Why not put newspapersting 6aug
1junelin. McHugh. graph in he south. 2 years lead. under it? This wll make the matting
.18J wear better and keep the room warm- ,
WANTD--Rauling and transfer OR SAL--At a esOritflo furniture '-- i. er this winter. Old papers can be Found can be c
work Office phone S*, Residence store, stock and coonata. Ca;I at WALL TINTS by experts; results bought at The Journal at 10c per hun. --.----- v ieek. '
phone 39e. Acosta & White, 22-28 N. 28.-140 E. Intendenmca.J ija guaranteed. Fairchild and Rice. Phone dred. All clean and whole. FOUND.--One black ox branded J. H., Fishing
TarragO s. 26meh FOR SALE-One Choice block on top 12j.m marked with a crop and :-plit and u--i sils turn
WAN DorGm for The Journal' of the ridge east of the electric FOR SALE.-Two pair extra fine' EMPTY BOTTLES. de bit in one ear and over square in:
WAN rTED-Orders for The Journa9 railway, between 7th and 8th street. young mules. sound and in gocd' Fifteen cenouts per dozen njlu for other. Owner can obtain same by ap-i
peW al Pensacola and Panama Canal Nature has favored tbts section and it condition. Also one 2-horse Stude-emptvy Bosso bottles at Nick's rs- plying to C. P. Gonzalez, Bohemia, lIa
MA10oa, whick will shortly appear, cannot be duplicated. A. V. Clubbs. baker wagon.,W. S. Garfield. June. taurant. 25auglm*
I ostal half-tone pictures of city. i T- -
o and special scenes. 16 centa
LtvT eters at Journal office It A-a'a4i, ft -- 20Z f t tt loA


CAPTAIN

lIE EDIUNDSOI'S
LAUNCHES

ROST. L. L, NANCY AND
EDNA 8.,

charlero)d by the hour, day or
rerras, reasonable.
g Tackle and Cooking Uten
shed if desired.


PHONE 204.


BEANIE EDIHiUSOl'
OWNER.


DIRECT TORY
CENTRAL TRADES COUNCIL.
There will be a meeting of this
body on the first and third Pedaie
days of each month at 7:30 p. m. All
delegates are requested to be prO
ent. Z. W. ROBIRTS,
W. L. DELAY, PresidetL
Secretary.
PensacoTa Lc'd;e No. 3. K. of Po,
meets every Monday evening at 8:0
o'clock at tthrlr Castle Hall, Blown
Watson bulld.ig, corner Palafox ald
Garden streets Visiting brethren nM
dially welcome 1.
J. H. BREWTON, C. 0
IL HORSLEk. K. of R. A I
Rathbone 1odge ft
S20 K. of P., meets every
Tkqrsday evening at 8:0
o'clock In. their CMls
ka,. third floor, lount.
1'WItsoa buUldln& souat
weat corner P*Jafo aS3a
Garden streets Viut!tla kaIghtS W
cordially welcomed.
IL B. CERUTI., ( L,
C. J. Levy. K. of IR & &.
Knights of Columbua.
Meetings of the
Knights of Colombus
are held at their hall,
4 No. 8 West Intende4
ctl street. on evr
p Monday evenalg a
: 730 o'clock. An in
S0 vitation is extessj
to visiting Knights.
JOHN B. JONES.
EDM. FOX, Grand KaIg ht
Recorder.
Pensacola LOdge NO. 4. 4, |. o. P
Pensacola Lodge No. 4. 1. 0. 0. O
meets every Thursday evening at 7:i;
at the new hall on West Ueggi
street. Vlaisitn brethren ora'&
invited. T. 0. STINSOW,
B. R. WITKOVSKI. Secretary.


REBEKAH SISTERp.
Naomi Lodge No. 10, Rebeka"
ters Deets every Monday a lt *
I o'clock tI L O. O. a v
ting sisters cordially lvfited to %
present. MRS. S. DeTHAYN1
MISS MAMIE FRMWAN. B, ee yp.

M. E. A. No. 81 meets firt ane
third Wednesday evening at 7:30 p,
m., Rafford Hall, No. 10 West hlat
dencia Street.
A. G. FELL, Pyt
J. L. SWEMNET. Se&.
W.O.W.
LUve Oak Camp No. 1, W. O. W.
meets in Pythian Hall let sad S
Wednesday in each mount. Vieftm
sovereigns cordially Invlted.
F. A. BOGHICM C. 0.
LESLIN E BROOK., Clert.


W. 0. W. C.. Oak Gr-ve No. 4,
Woodmen Circle meets ePcry Thrim-
day evening 3:30, third floor Blouat
wVktson building, southwest corner
Palafox and Garden streets. ViOltiU
sovereigns cordiallyi invk.d. Mrs. .
SA. Smith, Clerk; Mrs. M. B. Ohla.


WANT.1-SBecond-hand Corn. Oat -
and cotton seed meal sacka. Out of at
? n P.m I i i an im n am nn A n Walter S. Hooton, p..s.ios, st. A$
A. IBINGRAM wants Iyour IlovI General Dealer in S1f1 $Itasldp
tII I hilal L IlHeiuarante aL U break
SIF *U AE LE VBicycles, Bicycle SundCries S TEA MER TA
SWONiHA-iD FURNITURE. House. W.G BAROW, Ma
hold Articles, Jewelryv and any sale "t FIRST-CLASS ,-.'...
able ArtIle wated. We pay cas Let us attend to the collection of your RENTS. We ltin tO and Fittings. lEIGHT mVIC
6dx. Atr Cty. stiek by the post of our duty and make the Interest of our CYCLES I oR RENT. pSoLA, MOB.IL A

TR RmrTAL BusiNESS s our llents our first consideration. Do not lose faith in your In- ron Safe, Cash Registers. Type COLA, CARRABELL,
gpecalty and your business will(9# wr.tere, Guns. Pistls4 Locks and Um- D W '
save care a entio. D. Hale wi. vestments or sacrifice your home. Pensacola real estate is brella repaired. And all points ho 8. And
am c aor. e ay 'l awn Mowers, Scissors, Knives Carrabelle and Apala,.i
--... -.- Worth as much to-day as /t ever was. We offer e ls. sharpened. SC HEDU LE
,, Most complete line f keys In the Lea-, l' u-ida
9fard and Rooms. i7 / city. 'm., for rbi;ae. Ala.
A Nice Investment, Corner House on 7th Avenue, rents for $7 Try nofton, 1Melsrr seror eave -Ala.l c,
n-- f o ,p te when in a hurry to sen, messages. fors, St. a.ele -d I
WNTED -A few boarders 'dn private per month, house in ffrst-olass eonditlon, 0 2p woien. In a hurse l a
and on street car line: large roormn 12 EAST INTENOENCIA aT. ,polnti. .... .. ..
.it pr:vileteo. fse of tcand t' A SIx-Room House on East elmnt street, a nice home, at __4__ Po__. __ d .oa ,ra
ephone. Address D. C. S, ca -- iou'-o -.. i". .O ..
A.L .4auslim Money at the lowest market rates of Interest on Improved or Gen. F n P-s' Ac
BOARDER S WANTED --By day. wek vacn Mas"te. GRIST AND..... '

r.1,_ THE FISHER REAL ESTATE AGENCY o.oo, OE W ,| B. WeIGBT
w -r 206 South Palafox Stet. Phone 87 t y your meal a to eed from Manfactrers ol
-AXTIT who wast to reno ion,-, the home manaoacturer, ebmorcagre and Dealers in
amms or anyhlng se for ta.ati ome industry, ontrib.te t home LUMBER. LATHS. SAWED
Wlhane, wv ] n8 mThe Journal West labor. and le IN Mqme IB Foa SHINGLES AND KI
40 acr W WW TI V V city. DRIED SAP&


BOARDERS WANTEP -Th day. wesk vacant real estate. Pensacola. Flu
or month. Dining room ~us: re-open. a'. ooiir.j. & co. i*.e.
d. Table good and 'erins rea'~onatie ~ UID' manufacturera
FISHER ESTATE MEAL ANDIPUREG~OUNO!I B. WRIO liT
Mrs. flora Domaldso i. 226 N. cnz. ~w ~uY ~F CHOICE STOCK PESO.
PARTIES Wh. WUt to rem' houses, 206 South Pala~ox Sb'met. Phone 87. Buy your meal 554 5tO5~ feed from manufacturers 01
the home asauhoturer, e~omrsglrg and Dealers In
m.~er. will Bud The Journal ~ _________________________________ Some industry, mmtrIbUtO '9 home LUMBER. LATHS, SAWED
~ms or anything cise for ________________________________________________________________________ labor, and leave uw ames ~ you SHINGLES AND 1(1
~ City. DRiED SAPS.


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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, FRIDAY fArORNING, SEPTEMS-ER 8, 1905


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SPECIAL:
,South Continues to Show Great But Sentence Was Suspendeid Four bottles HY-LO
I Industrial oeve~lanment in During Good Behavior--Court t!Whiskey, $3.20.


All Sections.


Chattanooga, Tenn., Sept. 7.-Induz-
trial progress continues ito a consp..e-
lious degree throughout the Soirlie'n
States. The Trade-man emphas'z.-"
;his fact by its list of new induF*'4 -s
&-,:ablished during the week e-ndln4
today. This list includes only t.c
more important among thei new con-
cerns reported. Among them :s an
oil company in Texas capitalized it,
$1,250,000. Below the n,.llion do;lai
mark will be found, in the list. qul'e
a number of new industries., capitalz-
ed d at over lltw,i..(, and of a il.\ex-
i.;i,'.i charae'er in the.- I :nve.n;iiicn's
(co;( a figures ier. largel. as a:te-' ,i
b? the p'an.- for oit:ou miil..,, con'-
pr' sses, etc. The aci!\it y of the Ken-
tuck' o.l fiv !. i a'-So -ho -n ,v sov
eral Inew oi c ipa ,- :: l)o:por'i Irm
t!.at state. T'i. Tra 't, ;tl :;st for
'ae week is a. follows:
Aiabama
Albertvilie--$!o.'ju00 railway, l:ght
and power con pan%
Birmingham- $ao.O0 coal compare
Arkansas
Biggers-$205,0U cont ruction com-
pan3.
Mammoth Spring.-Cotton gin and.
power company.
R.son-$5,0to lumber company
Pnnacle-$25.n lu::Ler co-ipan...
Hun:phrey--maw and paring 1n:11.
li tlie Rock-$1.000v gas ntach:ne
works.


Florida.
Nl~ani-lcv -,Ican i e I orage plantl.
Gzorj.a.
F:, eraId -- 13 I.'a rl


torN.


cotton gin


Indian Territory.
Pauls Val.ey-Br;.k and tile works;
.$S.u.00 cotion comnpre-s in course ot
to-'.t.ruction.
Kentucky.
Louisville-$25,.t",I i rewery.; $oi,-
('0'i ice fac'c.ry.
tl:andvilie-Te*lephone company.
D)anville.-$5to. 0 oil comp)an3.
Lexington-42u,0o0O o:l company.
Iilland-Telephilne company.
Montgomery--$10.000 ,.l coin:pany
Lily-Saw miMl.
Mississippi.
Brookhaven-7.oln !:, :'idry.'
Missouri.
Sedalia-$5 'it it '. S~.:: nI nt co.',-
pany.I
St uluis-$hi.OOl l a:'Ui"ry: n e i n..
s i'--t < oun ir i.. i naniufacvirc sirtei-ali ;n.~riim tns;
S$1 .l-.0th telphaoi comiipan'iy
Kansas Ci $5-.00( 1 urk f ac:r'.
H-arr son;.: i-- l'o. ei wa:er work'.
Auro ra-$i,41.00 i m: iing caompan..
Sikeston- $2.'.0' l;'r', ;:ght an.'d
power couipany.
iMary.ili s- $2,0o'.0 ltaii her company
North Carolina.
Greenesloro<- -$14' i'i.> 1l fa 'ry.
Wi:n';on Sa int -$-t'$.2'" cI- :;:n
fac'ory.
lois Hi'- $>0.o0 .tphon'
pa 11.%
l^,; ;.h-- $250' {)' hric; an1 t tie far


OklahOma.
H ( Iro,---$ i I c 0' L-'- i.
C' e'.andi! -4.i'i ,o;, an .! a* corn
V '.'lita--$2CI, i,,, ,!. ga'- antd .
ti t I'aaniit ; .
Sha v'i>'t --$I'.0,,I pa' \.n' p'ant
lu; i\ hits '-j ?lolo ,i 'e :' \ay1, L.a:
ar.,; p \ A,< l,trkT >--$1,,(i.iii :I.i \\ ay. l.:h'
aiai ;,')ier con, pant
< t :o p 1 i ar i n-:'' cos.N
p0'
lB* a\ ,'"-- ;it. afnl! : i. 'i-. ',rp.In)
South Carolina.
c rt-'onvi: . ?! .ii ,*0 :.,;inlltAc0 ill P.
S Aik(i -:,'.,i',' s" ra' t'.*:npany4.
G .i e'-- I ''',.'' :'' ,n: aii. too>ltI
Ill : .
C"''beraw- !ii 1 a"4 > :: ;:.,:il
ottiibhia $' .';i !:i ;'t ia <'.:] it .n -
pan::
C; .arlestoii-H'i:: l:re a d l;.an ''oni
Span:
Tennessee.
C(ha lanooga- i' ;, a company
H'ilst0-n \Vale, Tel]e;'ino:n c.Ip l1an
Charlo;e --Foar;i-e mil l.
Texas.
Fort Worth-Tecephone line.
Bieaumon:--$1.2.'0.000 oil company.
cotton gin.
Wilo- Po:nt-450.000 :and and ohl
company.
lHouston--4100.0 '0 construction cont-
Markham-Rie mill.
El .tPso-45(.00, min:ne company.
Virginia.
I{.anoke-$25.'il00 cont-t ruction com-
panty; $25, (u nv'cstm.i comnar.
$, .ta,. brick and ti.e company.
Co'.uilnbla--$.5.t).0 land coinpany.
A lh'and-?$li,,(.li' ele,'"ri, light and
potw\r company.
Orinar:o-:--s- m::I
Norfoik- I',.t,; tnetvelJpment corm-
pany $..0on- hardware company.
A mherst--415.)00o hardware com-
pany
West Virginia.
Point P'easan.n!-515,.'00 building
an', loan company.
New Mar:insav,lle-$50,000 glass fac.


1E:kins--$100.0,'0 ice and cold stor-
apg, p:an'.
NOTICE.
B. L. Gladden has been employed
a- ib recognized by nu-.
THOS. C. WATSON & CO.,i


Will Uphold Health
Officers.


Pr. S. M. Grzalez, who was arrest-
< I i'it da. upon the charge of ci--
i"l;c;:na ] fi -t. rumor., aid for intlor-
f. r::ig wi~h the State Board of Healt'i,
was tried in the mu;i ipal court yos-
;,'rlay morn!nu by u,lulge Laney. nnd'
given a senTence of thirty days in jail.
haUt s-nlence was suspended during
goorl behavior.
The case was the first called for
trial before Recorder Lanoy and a
number of w!tne scs were sworn, most
,f whom were for the city. The d-I
fenlant was represented by Jud-o
Lar.drum and J. J. Sullivan. Jr.
The court ruled at the beginning,
that the deo.endant would nct be tried
upon the charge of circulating 'al.-e
rumors, and that the sole change
wu'd lie up in the coint of havItn ,:i-
:terferred with the State Board 0f,
Health.
This charge was that Dr. Gonzalep
while standing in front of the official
ulletia ; boird of the State Board ot
tHeal'h had made *:ate-nents to the
<,ffeet that there was no yellow fever in:
Pensacola and hat the present agita-
'ion was being made by the physlcaiw
lor the purpose of prcwuring graft.
Ofilcer Hut:phreys. who wale the ar-
fllavit aza:nst the doctor, was first ex-
amined. and stated what he had heard,
it being in effect tie same as above.;
The, on'y otier wiItnesses examined
,\ r-' Piiip Klein ard Percy S. Hayes.,
h th 4ff whom n adlo similar state-'
nents. All o'her city witnesses were'


delivered to any pa:t of West
Florida.

Morris Dannheisser
. 12 West Zarrago3sa Street.


Still in Business!
GEORGE A. PETTERSON,
is now located at
Cor. Government and Barcelona Sts.,.
and is better prepared than ever
to repair safe-, typewriters.
guns, pistols, ioc.:s, light ma-
chlnery and bicycles.
PHONE 203.


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



PENSACOLIANS


REFU6EING IN


AITLANTA


'% 1- -


S-w


A Di I' Worth for IUS S O.


Tie manly Mn

eImb AD the


*fter


If he hap a good clothes se-
ting. "B*'a* unadorned"
is al' right ,xce'p in unci'r-
ilized countries. Manly men
in Pensacola and Wect
Florida can bpst suit them-
selves by buying one of our


waran ZeE


swite.


All sites and hundreds of
patterns from which to make
your selection. The "Oid
Reliable" is the proper
place' for clo'bing outfitting
for men who know what the.
want and are bound to get


John White
afitter to Men and Boys
205.207 S. Palafox.
Phoe 225.



SPabst

Ilue Ribbon

m bottle Beer,
has no equal.
? Sold everywhere.

8.A. Friedman
Wholesale Distribjter.
Leader in Imported Wines
and Liquors.
PHONE 17.
$M 81 SOUTH PALAFOX ST.
FI'VSACOLA. FLA.

First We Lead the
Strenuous Life,


then the


"Simple Life,"


" Equitable Life,"


but now it Is


"Long Life"

or evermore.
A trial of


Life


Liver and




KidneyCure

will convince you of its
merits and number you
among its many friends


For Sale by

fannah Bros.


PROJECTED IN


PAST WEEK


THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, FRIDAY MORNING, S'OTEMBER 8. 1905


GOiNZLZ0l T THE PUBLIC! SHIPPING N[WS

ENC Old Hickory Whiskey Arriv-e.
will ge with every $00 Klvingrove, Br ss, MLennan.
will Tive with every 1.00 1938, -3, vc3s:;ecn-Tyne to mas--"


SEN1


30 -DYS


quart bottle a full bottle of

Port or Catawba Wine.


HesleyMide. r:. ss, Be .ling: n., tS7T.
St. VinCent,.

VESSELS IN- s ',RT.
Stleamrinbe..
Amstel. D.rtch ss. Mobi'. to order
Brookwo-d. Br s ro. v-vwn. I'.7. Sa-
vannah to the, m S Ke-,ser _Co.
Ciraiglt-lan 0::ee. :r s. :: 7. lB .s on)
to order.
Dulcie, Br as. Harrison, ,l. Faro
to .1. A. Merrit & Co.
Erne.;to. Sp:'j, as. O-nacchea. 1691,
Gulfpor: :to F. 0 lo'e .& Co.
'a, S;ian s .\:; ii,. l.',,rpool to
Gtilf Trains:t Co(.
Lucia, Aust s;. Mlar:inolich, 1437,
T;is: 0to order.
Anst. ss. Lodoviro, Chernblrin from
Tarnpa.
B1. ss. Ma:-ine:, Capt. Buhl). from
New Orca:ins.
Pen-.:c.ola. Am ss, O'Leary. 1086,
New Orleans La Golf Transit Co.
Simonside. Prr ss, I.obson, 1953,
Sanderland to J. A. Merritt & Co.


Ships.


Kaiser Ger ship Martin 11SO, Bre-,
men '*o Master.


BarKJ.
Fiery Cross. Nor bk. C'aussen, 1399.
Curk to master.
Gariba'di. Ital bk, Agetno. 134S,
Gilrucester to order.
Huuson, Nor bk, Knad-en, 771, Lon-
don to order.
Santa TIaroara, Port bk, Carreia.
633, Oporto to H. Baars & Co.
Ochooners.
Donna Ch-iitlna, Am sch, Axelsen,
13., Belize to master.
Hjalmnar, Am sch, Axelsen. 55, Key
We"; to Gulf Transit Co.
Noas, Rus sch, Snee1se, 333, Glou-
ce.ter to Master.


No need to fear sudden attacks of
cholera infantum, dYsente-y. diarrhoea
summer complaint of any sort if you
have Dr. Fowler's Extract of Wild
Strawberry in the medicine chest.


,c That .. F.2.ri Notice, Contractors and Builders
Dr. H:-rnrn was p,i on the stan by Tat .eems t a orte Bids will be received r the ere
j ~ac r,-f.n.. b i wa- n'- eLxaminedr. t T ion of a three story brick building or:
SA r ,,,.n v ::e I-Land.a PlacO fo0f Th ose Leving the S. E corner of Guillamarde and La'
T,''.',tlt e woiil a fin tbe defean-, e;Rue streets, city for Florida Lodge
(nt,1gut .x a-d a fid t'a fe ofHere. No. 2491. and Eseambia Lodge No.
dnr .ui y and civ. him a .onence of 3738, G. U. 0. of 0. F. S. Plins and
'!ir days in jail. this sentte'n'e to be -- specifications may be seen at the of-
:..spended lurin, cood behavior. fle A n 1 W man
Judge Lane% also took occasion to Atlanta now seems tobe. a favorite' ice of C. H. Alston's, 12 W. Romana
state in passing sentence that the place for refugees from Pensacola, al- street. o'clock bids must be in not la18,r
then 6 o'clock p. m. on September 18,
language of the doct-r made in suca1 though a case of yellow fever recent- 1905. The committee reserves the
a place was a dort-c' interference witn ly developed there and the patient cx-i right t', reject any and all bids. BilIs
the Board of Health. Furthermore
that h.-o court intonled to stand by. pired. Fuly one-third of the tickets must be left at the office of C. H. Als
ton's. Plans and specifications must
and support :he hea':: authorities at sold from here are to AtlPnta, tho not b. m ;a s fic
sanot be moved from said office.
stich a critical period, 'others going to Nashville, St. Lou! STEPHEN WILLIAMS,
Chicago and Cincinnati, while some' R. T. THOMAS, Secretary.
Pirating Foley's Honey and Tar ;few have gone as far as New York. Chairman.
Fo(ev & Co., Chicago. originated There is at present a big colony ofI 8septl0t.
remedy, and on account of the great Pensacollans in Atlanta, not only at:
merit and popularity of Foley's Hon. the leading hotels, but also in smaller
ey and Tar many imitations are of-. hotels and boarding houses. Tlhel ST ANDRFWs e
;-rcd for the genuine. These worth-' Journal has been furnished with the v S. ANW H1
,ess imitations have similar sounding, following list of persons from this city- .
names. I:wTa"e of them. The gen-. who are stopplag at -the Piedmont:
iinc( F<:e; Honey and Tar is !n a1 Mrs. N. R. Young, Judge and Mrs. L. ;
yellow pac;kaze Ask for it and rj j. Reeves and da'ighter, Mrs. C. J. Special to The Journal.
fuse any s','tit'o. It is the best! Hellbron. Mr. and Mrs. I. J. Heilbron.! ..... -
s St Andrws Sre t 7-nr-n Lesndrdd


renmedly for co'e-zhs and cnlds. W. A
l)A..em 'nr,e. Dru jgist and Apothecary,
EMPTY BOTTLES.


F'ftet'n cents per doz
eml)'y B.,sso b 'tt:ls at
: aurant.


iR Gulf City
Paylen and Inteni
W. H. Fillingim, Pi
MEATS AND VEGETAB


PF


TRY AND GAME It'
FREE DELIVER
IIL JONES, M)
PHONE 895.


en paid for
Nick's res-


Miss Leah Hetlbron. Mrs. Peter BPll,
Mr. and Mrs. Max J. Helnberg, A. F.
Mallory. R. F. Fisher, J. H. D'Alern-
ierte. H. M. Sullivan. J. Campbell
Avery, Jr. and B. Monroe.
EEL MPENING OOI


FEEL IMPENDING DOOM.
The feeling of impending doom In
the minds of many victims of Bright'.4
j di-sease and diabetes has been chang-
ed to thankfulness by the benefit ne-
M rived from taking Foley's Kidney'
Cure. It will cure incipient B'ight's
dencia. diabetes and even in tbh worst case
ropriator gives comfort and relief. Slight dis"
rop orders are cured in a few days. "I
LES, POUL had diabetes in its worqt form," writer
Mar:on Ie of Din:-eath, Ind. "I
SEASON. tried eight phslcians with relief. Only
three bottles of Foley's Kidnev Cur-
-Y. made me a well man." W. A.
ANAGER D'Alemberte, Druggist and Ap(ohe


'cary.


NOTICE.
Members of Wcod- en Circle W U.
W. vw 111 nase pay thc.ir dues to Mis.
W. A. Smith, c'erk, at t)40 W. Gregoiy
St.


LAUREL HILL


Special to The Journal.
Laurel Hill. Sept. 7.-Rev. M1 i
wheeler preached two interesting sr"-
mons S-anday last.
J. M. Martin Is in Patton this week,
as stenographer for the Florala Saw
Mill Company.
Mayor E. A. Campbell visited D- -
Funlak Springs this week on business ,
Your correspondent spent se'.rral
days in the commfilty of Falco iaQ,
week. returning Tuesday. The iap
tist have just closed a very interesting
meeting there. The people of that
section are mourning the loss of one
whom they consider a z'ooni man. Mr.
Val Wright. He wi:i be rot only a
loss to the company. and :he communi-
ty but the Masonc lodve, where he
always proved a faithful worker.
Mrs. Allen Fontaine. who has be'ac
absent for several days attending t.?
bedside of her sick mother, will return
this week.
The many friends of Mr. W. L. Mar-


I


How to Judge i
Beer 4


^ FLAVOR
eThe distinctive
characteristic elf
any beverage.
Flavor apperIs to
he taste as color


I


tn| ta b neu .-
does to the eye. or
music to the ear.
The world famous

A. B. C. Bohemian
(The ly beer bottled exclsively at 6ae lrwury)
Beer is characterized by a pronounced and
delightful hop aroma not to be omod ne my
d tr Ibrmd. This is is de to the use of the
finest grade of imported Bohemian
Ho each bale of which is purchased
under Government Certificate, faC-
Smile of which is shown above.
THE AMERICAN BREWING CO.
ST. LOUIS, U. S. A.
N. GOLDIUNG, WholeIe DWo ear
PENSACOLA. FLA.
*^k-^^^^^^^^^^^^&S


Take Life Insurance To-day
We may call to-day our own, yet we own it
not. While you live and have health you should

Take a Policy in The Equitable.


Insurance,
Fire, Life.


Gen'l Agts
Knowles Bros. ensacola


The Union Central Life

has a lower death rate, lower expense rate. and hlgbr
interest rate them any company doing business In Florida
t should be easy for you to decide the rest.

A. S. Williams, General Agent.


Ir


ih t. A .i r w s. i r . .** S-I /*I
the former pastor of the M. E. church
in this place, but now of Kinsey, Ala,
was a visitor her' for several days
during the "artv week.
Mr. Bryan Erwin and family, after ,t%
several months ,.ojturn in our mnid!t,
left for their home in Marianna on --
Tuesday.
Mr. Hinton Folsom has moved from
Commerce street, and is now reshli:g
In the Sheppard cowtage on "Cincin-
nati Hill."
Mr. W!thersp)on. first mate of te
steamer Tarpn, is visiting Capt. Hill
in \West End.
Among the summer visitors who
have left during the past few fdays
are MI'r. E. J. ryan. of M'arianna. h's
sister. Miss Annie. and nirc, .cMi.
Bettie, of Greenwooi.
Mrs. J. R. Thompson a lI c'.i;Ilrc' i
are visiting at E-'orfina hiis week.
Rev. Dr. Hammett, of K'nsev Ala..
prea.'hed ar. intre sting and help'f-i!
s!;iion onil SIundlay n:zhn a! thi- M. E.
chui ch.
While we don't feel in:ire'v safet
fr:om the yelolw f,,vcr wich i s n(i ir
us now, Sr. Ai r ,' s ;s '- tl.nis a qiiar-
antino pr;-''acton:i and tilq)ip she in' i
::ot he t.inf' *'d tn any '.'av wi:h lP,
d eid d' Mr \'. B. \V -n an .an! "'ani,:'y ,'
for their hon'lo i;n Mi ..'.! oin i n-
1ay.


"Now g:,l d"- "'' '.-:s on appo-
;.it', P.', er t (r i r h. "
If It d:esnt itr. !i;tr.loc-k B:ood U!-
ters

NOTICE.
My offl"e hours for' T;e pIreosent wi'i
be from 9 a. rn to I p. nm.
DR. J. W. hl: ';iNS. D.-ntist.
",Ia: ,;ni Temp'-.

* 4
Y TERSELY TOLD
*, BUSINESS LOCALS. ;


Hendrix & Carpener will furnish
etim~tes on hii7d;ng and painting
and give personal at tn'ion to wo k.
932 E. Strong. and 624 East LaRua
streets.


tin will he glaa to learn of hNs con-; McKinzie Oertinge Co., wholpsa!e
nection with the Ocala Daily Banand retail ship chand'ers and grocers,
ner. Mr. Martin will remove his fam- the only first-class house of the kind
ily to Ocala. In Pensacola. Fair -es to all.
Laurel Hill school will open the urs; F .
Monday in October. Prof. P. G. Wood-
ruff 'is principal and Miss Miss Dell Why use Inferior paper, when you
Willlamson of this place, first ass!st- can buy Kelso Bond. F-'nch Dimity,
ant. Kara Linen, or Crane's Bond at C. V.
t i Thompson's. 30 S. Palafox.
Diphtheria, sore throat, croup. In-
stant relief, permanent cure. Dr.' Sauer's extracts are the Standard.
Thomas' Eclectric Oil. A.t any drug Guaranteed pure. All others are
store., j mere imitations- Ask for Sauer's.


on Works and Supply Co. G
Manufacturers and Repairers of
MACHINERY AND BOILERS
DRGINGS, MILL AND STEAMSHIP SUPPLIES
STEAMSHIP REPAIRS A SPECIALTY
Prompt attention given to all orders, day or night. Agents
for James McKay & Co.'s celebrated Log and Timber Dogs, also
Chairs of all descriptions. 5
Office Phone 123. PHIL WITTMAN, Mgr.
Residence Phone 1029. P. 0. Box 123.
~%~ % ~ % U %~ %fl%~fl"t


Wanted--


Peal


Estate !


We are prepared to take all

the real estate that is on the


market.


Escambia


Phone 1052.


Realty


Co.


Fisher Building.


If you have not already
experienced the


CHARM AND ECONOMY

OF COOKING WITH GAS,


by all means order a Gas
Range to-day.


PENSA COLA A S CO.


27 East Garden Street.


Phone 148.


For Sanitary

Reasons


your


THE STAR
STEAM LAUNDRY.


Tithe iboinc and steaming
kil.,l, ever-T ge-m.


The Star Steam
Laundry.
,7 E. Garden St. Phone 114.
Pensacola. la


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