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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 12, 1905
Publication Date: -1985
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
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Latest Telegraphic News Service==Foreign and Domestic--Furnished by The Associated P



I Aowes ini HNAL" ',r Aa n
thunderstorms Tuesday and
I Wednesday; light varlabl saays re nr
VOLVI NO 211 PENSACOLAFLORDAA MORNING, PTMBR 12eople.



rVOL. VIII. NO 211 PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 12, 1905. PRICE, 5 CEN3


ACCIDENT IN HISTORY OF NEW
VOtK ELEVATED ROADS

New York, Sept. 11.-The death Itat
I today's accident on the Ninth Ave-.
nae elevated railroad when the car.
i crowded with early morning workers
on their way down town. pitched head-
long into the street, stands at twelve.
Three men are in the hospital with


ARMIES OF LINE VITCH AND

OYAMA MEET TO-MORROW

ON TERMS OF PEACE

LINE OF DEMARKATION WILL BE ESTABLISHED AND JAPANESE
ARMY WILL THEN RETIRE TO MUKDEN-PEACE TERMS
ARE SATISFACTORY.


By Associated Prs. 1General Ovaniski and General Fukch-
Oodzyadanl-Manchuria, Sept. 11.-- ins, representing, respect ivel., Gen
Peace terms 'became known here to- eral Linevitch and Marshal Oyama.
day and a majority consider them in ',.ill meet September 13 to establish
offensive to Russian honor and dig la line of demarkation between the
nity. jtwo armies. Each general will have
l Mt a small escort.
Will Meet September 13. The Chinese report that the Jap.
Godzyadani-Manchuria, Sept. 11.-- anese army at Chantufu will retire to
Sunday it was announced here tha iMukden in ten days.


Steam and Crews.


By Associated Press.
St. Petersburg, Sept. 11.-No order
has been given for the return to the
home ports of the uterned warships
in accordance with the Deoe treaty
The admiralty can do nothing until:
noticed by telegraph of the exchange
and the ratifications. When that oc
curs the vessels in condition to hoist
their homeward bound pennant, will
fatrt for thp Baltic or for Vladivhesktro


with thelli


ADING


OVER 20,000 SICK


AND WOUNDED


RUSSIANS


Military Hospitals.


By Associated Press
St. Petersburg, Sept. 11.-A dispaten
from Godzyadani Friday last, only a
small portion of which was allowed to
pas tia. censor..Aa,-s thaet. &AMu-t.
4, twenty thousand five hundred sltck
and wounded officers and men were in
the military hospitals.

A REPORT THAT

WAS PREMATURE

St. Petersburg,. Sept. 11.-The 1.'
port current lately that M. Takahira,
the Japanese minister to Washington,
was talked of as minister to St.
Petersburg is declared on good
authority to be premature.


39 NEW CASES


AND NO DEATHS


New Orleans Fever Situation Con-
tinues Very Unsatisfacory to
Marne Hospital Service.


OVER CONFIDENCE


That Is Reason Given for Present
Lack of Popular Zeal In Fight.

DEATH RATE IS LOW, BUT CON-.
TINUED APPAERANCE OF NEW
CASES CAUSES APPEAL TO BE
MADE TO PEOPLE TO ROUSE I


REFUSED TO ADMIT

THE NEGRO PUPILS


-.


BASE BA L L Bleeding Kansas Now Bars Them
d From White Schools of


September II
By Associated Pres.
American League.
Boston 6, Washington 3, (first.)
Boston 0, Washington 14, (second.)
Philadelphia-New York, rain.
St. Louis 1, Cleveland 2, (first.)
St. Louis 1, Cleveland 2, (second.)
National League.
New York-Brooklyn, rain.
St. Louis-Pittsburg, rain.
Cincinnati 3, Chicago 2, (first.)
Cincinnati 0, Chicago 12, (second.)
Southern League.
Birmingham 5, New Orleans 2.
Shreveport-Atlanta, rain.
Montgomery 5, Little Rock 0.
South Atlantic League.
Columbia 6, Charleston 1.
Jacksonville 2. Macon 1.


THEMSELVES AND CONTINUE: Savannah 1, Augusta 0.
BATTLE FOR ERADICATION.
cautions had been taken.
people to arouse themselves forrI!
$M -*,- ;* #Y*-Ii$ *M* Appeals have been maa'e to th |
their position of imagined security.'
, New Orleans, Sept. 11.-The with the assurance that if every man
y. report of the fever situation at resumes his former energy there will
,- 6 p. m. today was as follows: be no doubt of the entire eradication
New cases, 39; total to date d of the fever before frost.
0' 2,327.
7 Deaths, none; total 31. i Mississippi Summary.
* New foci 18. Jackson, Miss., Sept. 11.-The Miss-
% Cages under treatment 300; *. isippi yellow fever summary for todayI
Scasts discharged 1,711, *" is as follows: Gulf Port, three new t
,-, oases: Mississippi City, trwo new.
^-^; ^-^-*-*-' cases. No new cases are reported at
Vieksburg, ,at chez, Pearlington,,
----- .r >r naArkeV ountyV. NO


Kansas City.


COLORED PEOPLE SUBMITTED
WITHOUT TROUBLE BUT ..AY
THEY WILL TEST THE MATTER
IN COURTS LEFT SCHOOLS
ON PROTEST.

By Associated Press.
Kansas Cit, Mo., Sept. 11.-Negro
pupils were refused admission to .ne
white high school at Kansas tAty,
Kansas, and the ward school at Bon-
ner Springs, Kansas, today. In both


L The Oead.
SPollowing is the list of dead:
Jacob M. Anspasch, Merchant.
Ervit P. Scheible, Electrician.
Y Thes. Mf~ri, colored.
JamM Cochrane.
Se!oem8 Neugass.
C etMus McCarthy.
William Lee.
Joseph Beach.
James Cooper.
Emma Conhoven.
Albert Weilster.


LAos Abel. under their own. steam and
eOn of the deal was mort frightful- own crews.
ly mutila-ed. This wat- .an,e- Coop-
er, whose head was completely Eev- T"
e'red from his THCy. I L
More lthani 'wo score persons are in-
jared and many of them seriously. IS SPREA
Motorman a Fugitive.


Immediate responsib'-:ty remain (o lbei
settled. The riotornmai of t(.e wre.l-
ed train is a fug,' , while (hne
switchman conductor. nd fiur gi:ards
are uTnder arrest Thbt- 'ircl man is


charged with manslan;g1:her an,1 t(h' By Associated Press
trainmen are held a w.nese. Berlin. Sept. 11.-The official bulle
tin toiaivN says that sixteen cases of
Whatever nay have ( au:-',l th mi- cholera and six deaths were report,
take. the accident is the wor.t in tbo from noon Saturday till noon fundaS'
history of <>,%r::,'a,3 railroads in New and fifteen cases and six deaths from
York.' It cam. h.n th( s -t ho'rd,,.(on Sunday till noon today, making
N...-.- h.ii hd c total cases 141 and deaths 58 t(


m otormad, waR exp',':in a c- ar :rack;


Bue. and d.-r, :-&,i'tz: ;., wk warning sti -
sal that 'h liv. ::rch a. open. rushed
the tra.n i.e am : a bhaig rai:e 'o -peo .
A Horrible Sight.
'I


ICE OFFICERS HAD
HARD FIGHT LAST NIGHT


Police Officers Brown mnd Eaton had
a hard fiaht las- nigrt on West Maini
street. when they came across a mania
Ivng in the s'r.-'O Offl.-er Brown
firs- found the tian and called Officer,
Eaton to assi-:' ,n cving him to the


m7e nrst caR swux:i a,"o':'!R at a --,--irNn I
right angle cr:rve, ,jt io ,- :n, ralis The man. who was evidently a!
because of the we'rLt of th, tra:n be- fisherman. was raisel from the ground
hind. ?e the r.in emeto anid taken some distance, when he
kind. Then h :rain became, suddenly awoke and when he did hbe
Much. the coup: 'rs broke, and the sec.t jumped the officers. particularly Offl t
ntd car was wi.'r ,i ahut almost cer Eaton. and so vigorously did hel
end for end to *h, horrorr of those fitgt that the officer was compelled
looking on from tiow *, *Ip.iched nto afterwards to go to his home arsl
:change hlr c.othing. as the flshermnin
the street had almost succeeded in stripping him.
The first indication the people on' With the assistance of several other
the sidewalk had of the accident was panles the fighting fisherman was!
a loud rumble:ng a' ang the overhead finally landed in jall.
structure and h kii:g up 'thcy saw aL,
shower of sparks. then followed sp-Iu-B lag out humanity.
tenr and the so;n,i of splitting timber.1 As the injured struggled to free
Suddenly the o:';er gnarld of the rai'-' themselves the heavy tracks from the
road structure, za, N av and a score third car crashed Into them, as the
of bodies -r, h:.r \, rhrIrugh -hei! car partly jumped the track and was,
space. and w(a ieaf, '.n c'rash :.v: wedge azaianst the building. Eight
car fel to the s:tr.'. F-- r n insta": were ,-3,1 when taken from thet
^ it s.o14i on oe'd. an8 ;:<- e sid,'s wrtck and four died later at the hos-
gave' way as if n;a.e of paper, 1e.ch- pIat .

Disturbance Continues to Spread

In All Parts of Caucasus

By Associated Press. t-oops there are holding the oil fields
IT Pe'.'t-;; r. Si," Il-The dis under control .
M aa"'he.- 1n. 1'Ik:t re-', iNe<,d :odav in The news from other parts of Cau-
licate ai. :n"c-'ad qu.e' an bet',r c a us. howeve-, is very disqu:ezing
rona1tinan- prt ailingg ther. No fur The dis:urbaice is spreading all over
ther lireb have occurred and t14, that region more or legs serioMly. I


ress









Uir


TWi DEATHS


8 NEW CASES


YESTERDAY


0. R. Wolfburg, Norwegian Vice.
Consul, Was One of the Yellow
Fever Victims.

HAD SEVERE CASE


Dr. Porter Speaks Encouragingly
of the Situation.


cases the negroes withdrew quietly SAYS ON BASIS OF PREVIOUS
and there was no show of a clash. In
Kansas City. Kansas, it is said that EPIDEMICS WE WOULD BE HAY-
the negroes will test the case In the ING 25 OR 30 NEW CASES DAILY
courts.
The Kansas legislature last winter -CORDON ABOUT CITY CAUS-
passed an act separating the races IGTHEHEALTHOFFICERA
the Kansas City schools, this legisla- ING THE HEALTH OFFICER A
tion being the direct result of the agi- GREAT DEAL OF TROUBLE.
station following the murder of a white
boy by a negro pupil.
Bonds were then voted to build a _____
school for the negroes and pending ^-M-------B
the erection of the structure the board *
of education planned to have two ses- A summary of the fever sit- *
sons daily at the white school for nation up to last night Is as 4
the white pupils in the morning and follows:
the negros in the afternoon. The ne- New cases, 8; total to date, #
groes objected, preferring to sit with 38.
the whites. Deaths, 2; total to date 6. 4
At Bonner Springs the school board
arranged separate rooms for tae o A aM


Result of Over-oonfidence. i deaths occurred in the state, whites and the negroes, but to this
* New Orlca:s, Sept. 11t-h'e facti the negroes objected, protesting that The fever situation of yesterday, so
that the general mass qt people are Report for Sunday. they should occupy simultaneously far as the number of cases and deaths
not working with the sle zeal that j New Orleans, Spt 11.-The yellow with the white children and the ne. are concerned, showed no Improve-
marked the earlier stagDof the fight j fever report for Sunday was 27 new groes were accompanied to school by ment. In fact, with one exception, It
is given by the authorities as one of cases and 7 deaths, their parents. developed the largest number of new
the reasons why the yellow fever is Another atistlnguisherl member of cases and more deaths than any pre-
not declining as steadily as It was a the Roman Catholic cler-, was in the PDI/V OlU CIL Shtanewn ceitsandcovey here.
few weeks ago. list. Father . Green, f the Jesuit IVY IL the record at o'clock last night, but wa
There were no deaths 4Mfyt, and colege. He died at 4 oclcck Sunday therecord at eoclocklat t neghtw ba t
the death rate cofd a=Weed afternoon, after betIg II exactly a fortunately each of the new case-s
tIh th ratotmO~e -w swNtbtl ll eA$ pil l with one exception can be traced to
only occetrotlly fota nd at after dletus U origia .
Itaileas, but there are more new casef but thought nothing of It. The next The Deaths.
reported dally than the Marine hospital day he visited a room in the college JAPANESE CABINET HEARS RE. The deaths occurring during the
authorities expected would be the -whioh had been screened and made day were:
case at this time. Over confidence ready for emergencies in accrdance PORT OF PRIEMER, BUT DOES 0. R. Wulfburg, Perdido wharf.
is responsible for the check in the ex- with the suggestion of D1. W\hlte, and M. Christman, 114< South Tarra.
cellent progress heretofore made. jokingly remarked to one (f his cole NOT ACT ON TREATY. gona street.
Screens have been permitted to be- leagues that they had the room read) New Cases.
come c~maged without being prompt now, and only needed the first pattern The new cases reported to the head.
I- repaired, and water filers have been A few hours later he was the patient By Associated Pres. quarters of the state board of health
allowed to increase without being He was later transferred to the Hotel Tokio, Sept, 11.-The session of last night, were as follows:
emptguarded. There ha ordibeen a reduction Jesuits on Dieu. He suffered from other complig to the constiton ore), 214 Soth
n oiling and with he heavy rain actions, which caused the fatal nd the privy council today ast required 0.R. Wulfburg, Perdido wharf.




to be submitted to the council be Martha Harris, (colored), 110 ovth
that hve prevailed there has natural g. He was 38 ears of age and fore its ratification. Tarragona street.r 123 Wet Government
ly been an increase In the stegomya native of Englnd. He had been here the report from the cabinet street.214 So
A a onequene there ha beer about two year, a wa a teacher in minir Premier Kabura making all Ralph Berlin, 108 West Chase street
much sickness which could have beer the branch school conducted by the extended statement of tihe peace ne- J.G. Svenke, Park hotel, East Gov-
guard against f the ordinary pre esuits on St. Phl stret. diplomatic affairs before the treaty Unknown Russian Jgotations. ernmnt street.
According to the constitution a Wlflle Golf (cciored), 214 Souti
treaty with other powers Is required Tarragutid street.
to be submitted to the council bej Martha Harris, (colored), 110Sout
fore its ratification. ITarragona street-
It is unusual to hold a s-ecial meet Diana Milton, (colored), 214 South
fng for simply making a report on Tarragona street.
diplomatic affairs before the treaty Unknown Russian Jew, found l&
assumes the form for ratification, ant woods near Perry Pass.
the sitting today without the special| Suspicious Cases.
bill was rather unexpected. While there are a large number at
suspicious cases, some of these are
SPEDDLEh R FOUND of typhoid, malaria and other fevers,
which reduces the number of doubtful
cases of yellow fever to ten or twelve.
IN A DY OING STATE Some of these may be announced to..
Sday as being yellow fever. Every case
of fever, no matter of what charae-
0t r. has to be reported, under the city
-A Russian Jew, who is said to have! ordinance, by the physicians to the
S.k ben ena(zel in peddling various ar proper officials, and naturally the.-e
ticles in the country adjacent to are a large number of these reports
. Pensacola. was found in the woods! which have no bearing whatever upon
near Ferry Pass yesterday in an al- the yellow fever situation.
most dying cor),lirtion, and it is notl Death of Mr. Wulfburg.
Scxi- re,1 that he will recover from the!
.V^ V 7 : .-',: ant s'tiTerinm thronch w'hich1 0. R. WulfbIurg, the vce-consul at
." ] ,Bit t ff erin*g thriod he re this port for Norway, died about 2
1' 0 V.- e perio r,. o'clock Monday morning, after an ll.
Sas s to the State ness of about four days. While he
r / e f tltl 'rday te!!ing ot had not taken to his bed the deceas-
S" I :, h lying in the woods, and Tha ed had ben goinz aho with a high
Sral hO, i: who had become acquainted fe.ver, but rpfnsed to allow physicians
1 'S alw;' i, fwhot: had* r efnel to go nea to he called 'o treat him. He fl-st
-,1!o fact had refused to go neaf complained of feeling had on Thur
PANAW,1- ;tt o" asisr him in any way. Dr. co'pla'nel of feeling had on 1hMri
S'Ha'is went out to the place and day, and remalnodr arh ohffceo nly
"l 7 irn :."ho man as stated above. H c a short whi!e bf'rr, h, rturnd to
SM .1-n iv bein there for 'two o;. his room rnear Perd4io, whre he was
Imoro days. during which tHme the oar-n. Suuay naioring he kp
t,& avy rains and electric storm cc pearel very iJ1. and aft- r a drink -v
c.rrJ.- li e had beome s *.:.k ice water ^ ,- !hat he intended N.
thc, he w h' 'Ile abe "o m me aso. n In'* to) the.Y ,v for his mail. A few
h! !w; N m^^n'^yle0 -nt m-., Ia' r hr nwas foun'l tinconsciont,
: and other insec'< were crawling hanr la t r w the w that the physicians
cr him and numerous marks showed an'I :t wS then that the physicians
Shero he had been bitten upon first saw i. di within twty.
ace n as t. four hours. An aut,,!sy was held st
S, Th e man wa- brocht to the city: wi:h hre .re:.- pr, ent Dr. Pler-
Sarl placed :a the yellmY fever ward pon*. Dr. By: ,n. Dr. Pollock, Dr.
of the hospital. where he receives B' cker, Dr. Brt, Dr. McMtllan, Dr.
treatment. It i T hardly o ed. how -
er, that .r he will survive. (Continued on FiftA Page.)


SRiots at Tokio Do Not Reflect


UNOLE SAM-WHEN THAT BODY GETS TO WORK ON THE PANAMA CANAL PROPOSITION THERE'LL
BE ALL KINDS OF DIGGING.


Real Jap

By Associated Press.
Oyster Bay. Supt. I1.- minister Gris-
comrn gves a definite re.I-ume of the
conditions at Toklo in a cablegram to
the sfate department 'v'lch was trans.
ml te! to the Presldent today. Mr.
Griscom indicates that there Is no gen-
eral anti-foreign or anti-Christian sen-


anese Sentiment

timent In Toklo, but he points out tbat
the recent rioting there was due to a
sporadic antagonism to the Ruswian
church and to some native Chr;t!a.ar.
He says: "The ie'.vtpapers 'luring
many months have rai'il the pop"-il
expectation so high that intense dis
satisaction followed the terms o
peace."


APPALLING WRECK ON


NEW YORK ELEVATED ROAD


TWELVE


KILLED


AID SCORE


INJURED


S Cams Were Caem d Wth Early
b orng Woa e When Fast
STram jiipi Track.

I MTATO- ON STREET BELOW


S R HORRIFIED AT WOHA T
A6ITRHARACTERIZEDNAtIWORST:


II I LIIIILU UII U


WILL SAIL FOR


HOME


fractured skulls and o of thee who On Aice of Admiralty Russian Closely Censored Dispatch Tells
yet remains unidentified is unconsci-i
oua and is not expected to live. Vessels Will Start Under Own of Horrible Conditions in


The cause of the paid.mt and the A TOTAL OF 161 CASES ANO 5E


DEATHS REPORTED TO NOON
YESTERDAY.


L


a rain on N<;., e .'i>|(a". i dl ate.
% I
switched ir to :,me- Sixth A(inum line,
at the F'if:y-Bird stree: junction. The .


ahead oi 'thl ,:.r'


.:.,, hnNoi Ave


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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL.
emI ***-


Myrttlta-Tes. dear. Fred and I were drawn together the first time we met.
dythe..-Ie. where WAS w8i It a studio or hammock?


LIKE A GENTLEMAN.
In t:e days .go:r y. when I'awnef Joe
entered a saloon ln I eadwood' nnd asked
the crowd up to drink, he knew that It
was the action of a geutleman. Whrn
the crowd Pad l:nhilbcd and Joe had
found himself 2 short on the bill he
reatiz d t:at he was a gentleman labor-
Inr under temporary financial embarrasa-
nmo'xt. When the bartender couldn't see
It that way. but began calling rnmes. Joe
decided as a gentleman that he was called
upon to shoot. When he had shot he
turned to the crowd and queried:
"Arn I I'rect n thinkin' I arn among a
crowd of gentlemen?"
"You are," was chorused.
"lHave I acted like a gentleman?"
"You have."


"My! What a ctate y'or are ""
"'Yep. Fm thln!.Iii'of 14111_' ;!14 ( c'l f try f, rrv ritL~a-u!' better roal,-


"Who War the Heir?" sl a late volume
to make (chills creep up the reader's back.
The -urse of a duchess changes the chil-
dren In the cradle, substituting her own.
The lady's maid sees her and wrins toIn
her state's Infant. The cre' tatche. the
maInd at It and removes the kid and slips
In Lfr little niece. The butler sees by the
"ooli's confusion that she has been up to
snuff, anil he overhauls the cradle and
rings In the coachman's son. There are
no more changes, but as the kids grow
':. an heir Is wanted for a fortune of
vt0 fiC.0). Three dietors, four lawyers,
es e'd servants and a fortune-teller try
to L :taugle the web, but they would
ov ver, never have met with success but
for a hoodlum who discovered the letter
D) on the toenail of one of the contestants.


*
pWter-Tbhoe lies didn't care moch tor my web, but they're dead atntck on that


The doctor is FYW*lTe, ye o se
An auto, very fleet,
Ran Into his patient,
Who was walktnK ti the street.
The patient's trunk and lmbs eamse he **
Bat this t what Is aid,
He was so frightened at the note
lie somewhere lost his head.


PInd the poor nman's head.


As It was plain to aji that D stood 0
duchess, the rightful beir was put Ia P@


Who was te M*etr9
session, the hoodlum became a member ao
the legislature and sold hble vote to the
Gas Trust, and the goose bang hgh.
JOE KERSK
I


When he bnd shot.

"And In the hangln', which ar' about to
take p!a.e. a gentleman can depend upon
beln' treated like a gentleman?"
"le kin."
"Very well. gentlemen-gg ahead with
the hanilng."
And the crowd of gentlemen took himn
out and hung him In a genteel way, as
befitting n g',ntlemnn. and outsiders said
It wna thA neatest little event of the
necktie sort that I nd happened In that
lotndity for years. JOE KERR.


FATHER NEVER TOOK WATER.
Flilaon-1 maw your little boy today.
iooster--Do you think lie's like me?
Ilitsou-Ie's like you In some respects and unlike you In owners.
taoser--How so?
blison-Well, for Instance, he asked me for a drink--of water.


IT HAD AN END.


Daisy--What! Did she marry Cholly
Shallowpiatei Why be I only an apology
for a man.
Malsy-Well. she decided to accept the
apology offered.


One evening when t',e manl rrl:'el at
Bnrbersvtlle by stage there wathe w he nanal
move or the p::rt of the crowd of Idlers
to enter t~he postofilce. It so I.:ppened
that Jones, the vIllage cooper. J:);t'ed
White, the village cobbler, and tht-y
turned upon each other wIth:
'"What ye pushing' fur,. T'oei oneses"
"'Who's ,-pushin', Dill White?"
"You are."
"No, I hadn't."
"Then I'm a lnr'"
"Thb:! you he!"
"Then I enn iIek two su."h pnmpkIn-
hend- as yon'"
"Then I dare you to lay a hand on
me'"
There wnr hope that they would fight,
but nothing of the kind took place. Next
evening they had the scrap over again.
and so on the next, and by and by It
came to be a regular thing. Every week-
day evening for long years they had a
war of words, and there was little
variation. Then the people of the town
became discouraged, and one evening as
the two men were going through the
usual program they were suddenly pushed
together. White accilentally stock a
finger In Jones' eye. and Jones kicked
at a dog and landed oei White's shin.
It was a golden opportunity for the long-
deferred battle to go on. and for a few


sr('':lnds thino crowd held Its brnth. Then
thei two mnt.: ti-rned nd ('led from e:aeh
other, r'Tpe goIng u! the street nod the
other dowt;. and when they met. three
drys later, Jones he!d out cls hand and
said:


"Say. pop, the fishes Is bitin'
"All right, son, Jest you stay


NUTHIN' DOIh'.
like anything today.'
right here and they won't bite ye "s


- w


Then I can lick two such pump-
kin heads as oaul

"Bill, I hadn't mad at you and never
was "
"Tom," replied Hill as he reached for
the hand. "I hadn't mad at you, neither.
anud let's go fishln' tomorrow together!"
JOE KERR.


ONLY ONEI
Ifa. U mtae-be tre agetagg yfou I mast ask you If you bare any lane-

Applicant (tor positem as cook)-Jtst wan policeman at prtisat, ma'am; that's


RBE THING.
She-Do you titnk there Is more tI anteilpation than In realization?
He-WelL I believe there t more pleasure tIn l about the skh than to etching t ws, w at


is what you mea


Diekgo*-The e Rnderson girle g4 toveUWb move~by
a~hsp- ~.4s wre hu t thit v d~


D STANDS FOR "DUCHESS.


KNW IRIS BUSINESS.
ty Boy O the en -try)-That's a qoeer place to plant seed.
Coasmty Bel-These ain't seeda I'm planting Indilu rells for the summer
bwerd to ftd.


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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, TUESDAY mORNING, SEPTEMBER 12, 1905


PAGE THRt


Open All Might.


1


. Ours is


A Sfe de for




Stein-Bloch


WOl-T ested
Fitting Precisely

MsLad Stands for 51 Years
-- of Knowing How =-


C. C. Goodman, Geo. Arnsperger

R. K. WHITE,
Wa aser MaNmrrctrreng ew
&W Grduate Optsicen.
lt 8. Palafoix treet Pear1ula. k*

TERSELY TOLD.
The fishing schooners Ruth A
W'ees and Kwasind arrived in pir
yesterday with a total catch of 1.600
smuppers for Saunders & Co.
The British steamer Goodwood. con
signed to the W. S. Keyser Co.. ar.
rived in port yesterday afternoon t late to enter at the custbk bouse.
B. T. Davis left at noon yesterday
lor Asheville. N. c.. where he wil!
rt-main for oegh: or ten u.Iys. after
which he will pass through Georgia
Into Florida His trip to Asheville
is in order that ae may be able to
enter Georgia and Flo-ila counties
Mr. Davis fleires to go to Bris:ol. ii
Liberty coun!T. and is taking thi-
roundabout rip to reach there. where
bt ha, several large tracts of land fo:
ea!e. He will return to the city about'
Sept. 25.
Get the worth of your money-do-
niand Blue Ribbon Lemon and Vanilla
Extracts.
lak* Year QUm.
A beautiful young lady and her once
beautiful mother were walking down
the street together when they met two
gentlemen whom the mother knew.
"How much your daughter resembles
yoe!" exclaimed Ome.
"How elosely yon resemble your
daughter'" exclaimed the other.
Now, whidh of these two gentlemen
&o you think was invited home to tea?
A Nether. Auewr..
'When Earl Ferrers had ween con-
eted of murder great efforts were
made to obtain a pardon on the ground
*at be was Insane. His mother telling
appealed to and requested to write a
strong letter on the subject, answered,
"Well. but If I do. how am I to marry
of my daughters?"- Green Bng.
At He Bfret.
'"Tis picture of )our wife is an-
getc. Does it look like her?"
"Well-er-It looked like her when
shbe was point for the photograph,
ies."-Detrolt Free Pre-s.
Go4 Little Boys.
^ Mother-I'm glad you're lvTying with
good little lv ys now. Tor. :y-Yes'm.
They ain't like the other kind. I kin
lick any ,one o' dese kids if I wanter.-
hftiladelphia Tedger.
Tlie Tree Phllom.apl-er.
Tbere may be wisdom without knowl-
jAge. and there imay be knowledge
without wisdom. bui' l, Is he who po--
sapes both that is the trle philosopher.
-tlobert Southey.


PHONE 1100.


THE DETENTION


CAMP AT


FLOMATON


CITIZENS


INTEREST


MEETING!


HOLD


NG


B


MALARIA PRIESTS FIGHT
UNDERMINES THE HEALTH "* '


When the germs of malaria enter tbh
blood the entire health is affected, and if
the blood is not purified of these germs
and microbes, Chronic Sores and Ulcers,
Liver Splotches, Chills and Fever, Boils
Aches and Pains, and a great variety of
troubles manifest themselves, and soon
the entire system is undermined, leaving
the sufferer a prey to a most miserable,
weak and nervous condition.


THE YELLOW


FEVER


A'l Y)binmat lb.
kidno.%i. kd~da,

A 'Do



A~sio 'v BLOOD. C-.r w


918 W. Market St., Louisville, Ky...
*Porseveral yearsIsuffered with Chills WI;Do become dt courage. There Is a -res "o
Will Not Be Established Before At City Hall and Discuss Yellow .s They Do Fine Work in New Orleans a
system, and each summer for several
Latter Part of This Week. or Fever Situation---Committees yes bedS.. ool In Educating People on Pro- A Grand Old
earsta seo. It entirely tured me, and
Firstof Next. Are Appointed. am t n measures. Troubled W it Sev
sure no other medicine could havegIven lteionMeasures. Troubled lvi t11Sev
me so complete and immediate relief,
The detention camp at Flomaton, A meeting of citizens, which was sartnerpa ls now t hakinh The Catholic Citizen of Sept 9, pub jlr 3
which is to be establshel there by he qui:e largely attended, was held yes- S.S. 8. oran eruptionof the skin, an listed at Milwaukee, ',Vis., conta:n!,
Marine Hospita- Service, in ordr thst terlay aiteinoou at i 'clock in (i am, a oulr-downconditinofthet the following:
refugees may procure bills of he ilh city haii, the mlcetung being called by bot, alreadycommencestofeel better.' Speaking at a mass meeting held in pain 3
entitling th-em o enter other states Mayor Bhlis for ti. q purpose of di.~- I. SHAPOFF. New OrlTans on Saturday last to di over
will not he estaJlishej as early as at cussing the ye,,ow i, o-r situation and S. S. S. counteracts and drives all the CUSs the ye'.ow ;ever si atise, Rev. duover
the latter portion of ,his week or these health autaoriti"s in stamping ou the system by its fine purifying qual- late Arcnbishho)p Ch.ak.,.t, said that ifi
first of next week before the camp Is; disease. cities and tonic effects. It strengthens the Catholic priests had not .appeared and
I ready to receive refugees. Mayor B:iss stated the object of the every part, increases the appetite, helps I on the lecture platform in the cam-i .perm
The equipment is to come from met-ting and particularly called atten- the stomach and digestion, and by sup- paign of educaLing the people to the I A
Camp Perry, near Jacksonville, ani tion to one case in which the patient plying the body with rich, pureblood, new doctrine of fever rAutuiaic, o'y I Kidn
after its arrival,. here will be a a.-t had not been confine,l to his bed, brt curesalaria andallitsdisagreeable al- mosquitoes, it was be-cause they had giver
amount of work to be done in placing had been aiout tihe city and proba !y ments. Unlike their duties to perior: in going to the '.
the camp in order. Ten!s must be infected lolquiuou .-: several places; 4f Ah nio-thloodmed- homes of the si-ik-n inest, preparing goo
stretched, floors paced, a kitchen ar- also giving ot:ier reasons f.r antic- icinf' S. S. S. t the dying, copmor-ini :the living and your
ranged. and attendants and cooks enm- pating funrhe; infection. He did not' ptrely vegeta- helping the p')r- and needy. Their effect
played, besides numerous other n:at-'talink the city wouid have sufficient le. Itdoesnot graves of the i,,uthliad are dotted; / ure.
ters which will have to be arran':ei funds to meet a prolonged struggle contain a par- with the to-ba.% of youngg and heroic; \\ ur
before the camp is ready. with the fever. PURELY VEGETABLE. ticle of mineral priests who hae laid down their lives refer
Dr. Porter will go up to Flomaton Mr. Stillman stated that the Cham- of any kind to in the fu'lfil:rment of their duties.
tomorrow and meet Surgeon Banks, her of Commerce had already appoint- disagreeshly affect the stomach, diges- Fathrr Biever said -that Catholic great
of the service, who will have charge ed a committee wh:ch would be reay "ton and bowels, but by cleansing and prices were among the first to sup
of th" camp, and the two will look to take part in a general movement. ofstrengtning the balthy condition. port the theory of tranmission of yel 7
ove h eof thera nd n elthy condition.hta ooklow levr by mosquiftoes. In 1849 an
over the territory and elect a ste. Mr. Cehristy" ne that a comitee on the blood and any medical advice do- i 10 J it w oem Ho a d by Druggists, 50c. and $1. Get
As roon as the equipment arrives 1be of fifteen with the mayor as chairman,.IEnglish .lesult wrote from Honduras d
work will comm uc-', as it is the des.re, be appointed to co-operate with the sired without charge. I that upou accurate and serious obser-; the Kidneys--FREE. M. M. Fenn
to have it ready as soon as pass:.,;e., committee of the Chamber of Comr- THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta, Ga. actionn he had come to the conclusion' FOR SALE BY J. E. DUB
From present indications the camn merce in raising fnds and fighting the that "the sickness" (meaning yellow
twill not be adequate to accommodate fever. It was ,aanimously carried. ifvr) was transmitted by the bites of
the crowd that wish to get out on the Dr. Plerpont addressed the meeting, ***g*** **g *******,$$ a mocquni'to. In Havana Jesuit preists,
first day. So far Dr. Porter has had and gavv it as his opinion tnat the ,; 'rtit'td themselves to the bites of' POWDERED TEA.
numerous inquiries, but some of the fever could be stopped by a gine'-al (Extract from Revised Stat- ,nsquitoes to aid in the researches of to aetterhow
parties wi'l have to remain here until effort in aid of the health officials. utes of Florida. the scientists. At Tulane H-tall. int a S te he e Iaves. s how
S<(heris are discharged before they can Mr. Goodman moved to appoint a "Sec. 766.-PENALTY FOR New Orleans, long before this theory An English the avele eae. so nn a letter Th
get accommodations. committee of five with Dr. Pierpont asi SPREADING F A L S E RE. was agitated there, a Jesuit priest An English traveler say In a letter Th
chairman, to find skilled, immune; PORTS OF DISEASE.-Any ; lectured on insect life before an audi.- to the London Times: "History tells
i Cause of Insomnia. nurses and report them to the gener- person or persons who shall ence of 2.200 people, and gave illus- us that when cofree was first brought Pen
Indigestion nearly always disturbs al committee. falsely or maliciously dissemi-. trations on the screen of the ampheles to the cities of western Europe the first
the sleep more or less and is often The General Committee. nate or spread rumors or re. and s'teComryla mosquitoes. I makers of it were Turks. They roast-
the ausep of insomnia. Many case Chairman Bliss afterwards named 4 ports concerning the existence The first lantern slides for Dr. Quit ed and ground the berries and served them
have been permanently cured by the following committee as a general 4 of any infectious or contagious man Kohune's illustrated lecture were the liquor, as It is served to this day ime or
Chamberialns Stomach and Liver' committee to work In conjunction with disease. shall be guilty of a 9 made by a Jesuit father, and the first in the east. grits and all. We still you j
Tablets. ror sale by all druggists. a similar one named by the Chamber misdemeanor, and upon convic- lnvit.ation received by Dr. Kohnke to drink coffee as we drank t then, with iv
.of Commerce: Chas. H. Bliss, ex- ofil- tion therefore, shall be punish- deliver his now famous lecture wae-that we mostly oit
cio; Jno. E. Stillman, W. H. Knowles,. ed as provided by Section 765." *, extended to him by Jesuit fathers; this difference-that we moly oit
Iew rates at Southern Hotel for p. K. Yonge, C. W. Lamar, J. Ed. Wil. "Sec. 765. Shall be fined In and th first illustrated lecture give ( the grits and drink n infusion Instead
rooms and board. llamas, John Christie, John G. Oliver, C. a sum not less than $100 nor In New Orleans on the mosquitoes of a decoction. It was not so with tea.
C. Goodman, F. E. Brawner, J. R @* more than $1,000 or be impris. and -the transmission of yellow fever No Chinaman was imported with the
mleetl Wives. Saunders, James McHugh, Sol. Cahn:, oned in the county Jail for not an4 the first illustrated lecture given first pound of tea to teach us how to -AI
In a wedding sermon entitled athe J. S. Reese and Osear E. Maura. less than three nor more than in the Jesuits' hall, on Baronne street. make and drink it. The consequence Ile
Rib RBetored," preached l In 8t DIos The Relief Committee. shx months." If the warning that was sent out to has been that we have never drunk
Back mchrck tenebrct stret ot16515, The mayor also named another comn. the city on that memorable evening tea In the Chinese way-that Is, as a
by r eot, afterward ean of mittee, the duties of which will be to 'ppgp S**p**S***O***$ had been heeded, New Orleans would: simple infusion. HAUL
Rleb^ d Me^ggt, rdean Of;see that the sick are promptly cared perhaps never have seen the trying "At first there seems to have been
Salisbury. the preacher thus defined a for. and to be known as the relief com times through which it is passing great doubt as to how to deal with SPEC
good wife: mktee. This is composed of J. Har- now. the new herb It is even said that it B
"A help @be must be In her family, ris Pierpont, D. Hale Wilson, W. B. T fT I7l Father Biever gave several facts tr wt smetw es boiled with tat and
being not only a wife, get a houeewife F'erriss, Henry S. White and C. C. N support of the theory that yellow' butter nd served up as a sort of
-not a feld wife, Ukei Dial nor a Goodman. I fever Is not a contagious disease. He bl sr awd smTied wp sa o tea
street wife, like Tbamar, or a window Meeting This Afternoon. Concluded asB allows: spinach. The old phrae'a dihof tea'
wife, like Jesebel, but a housewife." The general committee from the "Many priests in the old time, of seems to bear out this legend. Finally
And noter preacherabout theme meeting yesterday afternoon and the F malignant yeHow fever noticed that it came to be settled that the most
data, the Rev. aimeon ailnblet4 said oe f'eom the Chamger of Commerce l the use of tobacco proved a protection; wholesome and pleasant way to treat
that a wife should be at onee Uke and will meet this after'*non at 3 o'clock against yellow fever, and they indulge the tea leaf was to make It into a kind
unlike th ree things. "ulret, he anould at the city hall. where arrangements ed freely In the weed. How rational of sweet soup with sugar and milk or Cor.
unlike three tini s. "FIr t, should for a commencement of the work will in the light of the mosquito theory, cream. I have personal knowledge of and
be like a sal always keep wthi her be made. this otherwise futile precaution. I no country In Europe but one where to
bouw;. but she shoud not be like ufMayor Bliss also desires that all per-- know of hundreds of this city who tea is used as in China-Portugal, g
snail, carry all she has upon her back. sons who are imnmunes and who will wear around their necks little bags of which got Its knowledge of teamaking
Secondly. she should be like an echo, to assist in the work of caring for the strong camphor. and believe thus to from a province of China with which
speak when she is spoken to; but she patients advise him. in order that thev stave away the infection. It is indeed at this time no other nation of Europew
should not be like an echo, always to r-a b'r, known should their servicess the mosquitoes that keep away, foi w tn tme t D o
have the last word. Thirdly, sbhe be needed. they. like all insects that possess th( was In contact.
should be like the town clock alwaysIS Surprised that People Should Go sense of smell, are repelled by the was while traveling on horseback
ko time regularly; but ahe should A Remedy Without a Peer llungent odor of enmphor." with a guide in the wilder parts of
not be lke the town eloek, to speak so "I find Chamher'a'n's Stomach an I Int Hysteria Over Yellow Portugal, away from shops and nns.
loud that ill the town ma hear ber"- Ler Tables more beneficial than Cured of Lame Back After 15 Years I where we had perforce to make expert-
T. P's London Weekly any other remedy I ever used flr Fe8ver Situation. of Suffering ments In the most economical use of
Stomach etrruehie.- eays J. P. Klote. of "I had been troubled with lame back the few ounces of tea and coffee that
SEidina, Mo. ),'- any dis-order of th.- -- for fifteen years and I found a con- we could afford to carry with us, that
Pltiently Waittoer recovery in the use of Cha-w
A Missour contemporary rie to stomach. hflrisness or constipaior.. The following letter received by : Ilete -cov- in the use of Chain- we hit upon a discovery. Having no
these Tables are without. a ee:'. For e olowin ter cev berlin's Pain alm," says John G. milk, we drank our tea, as most Por-
mark: "Onee I was young, but now I sale by all druggists, business man of Pensacola but con- Bishor, Gillam, Ind. This liniment s tugese drink theirs, as a simple Infu-
am old, and I have never seen a girl firms what The Journal has recent l] also witho'* an equal for sprains and !ton, sweetened with saar.
that was nnfatthful to her motlh that, LAUNDRY NOTICE. said concerning the way yellow feve. bruises. It is for sale by all drug- "I remembered to ha read. I be-
ever came to be worth a one eyed but- Ow!ng to the scareiw >t collections is now retarded by all people who sts liee the travels of the Abbe Hue,
ton to her husband. It Is the law of'and thh albsent e of Mfr. Walker Ing- have taken time to study the manner Low rates at Southern Hotel for that when the Chinese desire to be
God. It isn't exactly in the pBaib, but rahnm from the city. it -i acasarh of it transmission and the means by rooms and board. thrifty in the use of the finer and
it is written large and awful In the place the business on a cash basic. or ng tea te grn -
miserable llve of many unfit homes, Monthly cuitomtnor. a:e hereby nti- wh ch m,-ical science and modern more expense teas they grind tbe
I'm speaking for the lrs this time. If fled thai monev n.1r; I)e left at horn.,- anitation are able to control it. Com THE CITY CARRIAGE SHOPS, leaf to powde and se less for the in. Tl
one of you ('hnprs e'.mw across a girl .*0 pt,. livery mn1 or poe.ace wt ;Lg ron a northen I)u.inmes firm an 113 AND 115 W. RO-MANA, THE fuIon. We foun,l that tea could be
n oONLY PLACE OF ITS KIND IN ground in a coffee mill as easily as
that, with a face full ofroses, says ti STAR br ong"*' bac to i'm 1Aice. r fleeting. as 1: does. the -'ntiment i CITY WHICH IS NOW IN OPERA-. coffee, that tea made with the powder
yg for thi rtyoes mnutos, thf door te dshes ospt w By 11. J. Mackey. r< fercunce i,) yellow f(,teer in that so. TION. J. J. HILLIARD, PROP. Is as good as or better than when made 37
a for thirty myet. you waitt, for the dish ton of th, country. to letter is f'o:u HORSESHOEING RELIABLY DONE. with the wh Ie loenf and that th- pow-
girl. You sit ritbt down ad wait a busine.S: standpoint.. no of coni.ri der, naturally, gwe further than the
for her. becuf some other fellow Monkey' nnd Knots. able rtassurance. T ll lno. to Stand It. t "
may come along and carry her off. The monkey's intelligence has never TIhe letter follows: "Mrs. Spwildswortlih. it seems to me." The Cause.
and right there you loe an angel. 'een able to arrive at a point which A Reassuring Letter. said Mrs Oldestle, "is rather inclinedl Kilson-Gaylord's wife eed to be
Walt for that girl and tick to her like enables that animal to achieve the un- p; S. 1905. to loquncity." awfully stout, and now she is quite,
a bur to a woolly dog"u ~- tying ot n knot. Yon may tic a monkey ,.,, U i . n r.-!a "Still," replied her hostess as she thin. What caused the change, I won- E


with the simplest form of common -" '. ...". ... -.L-.
knot, and uniess the beast can break IDear Sir--Yours of :he ",'h inst. t.
the string or gnaw It In two he will land. We have- n,'w a _rain of idoul
never get loose. To untie the knot re- that you wvil have theI bes; bnuslnpes
qunres observatlos and rensoning ir: Pensawola this winter that yo"
pnwer. nnd. Tho-gh a monkey may p,)- have had in, y ars. W\ 'hiunk the on,
.s. both, hlie hs neither in a sufficient )l for ,ra.le Sou'h I promising.
degree to enable him to overcome the WeI do lot btlievc "'at ti,- t"'1 ,.t
difficulty. fevcr will be serious W\V are s'ir
-- p)rso,,' ta! in tho pre-ent iay of san
Handitn Out a Hit. i-ation t..er;'e should bt a.s much a.anr;
School Director (to teacheri-We were %,, there !. As far as we can 1ar:
thinklug of having a nice motto framed 'here ha e not been a score of d ea:.!,
and put over your desk ta enconr.ge ;-i iheP who' South of iopic who rtak-
the children. How would "Knowledge care of t;,p:,selves an, live undir'
is Wealth" do? Teacher-That wouldn't roper c.n..dtion of h(a:h and clea,:
do at all. The children know h small my salary is. and they might We can realize thaor the stazna'io,.
draw- c of o 'akes you feel blhe fur the niomet:'
draw conclsions of their own. hit we believe peop:'e will s oon L
over the alarm and excitement.
ScIllvan and Booft. .
It1 1-a .n ad nooth. S Yours Truly,
It is a pattete ns we! .l as a humor- !in T ly
-.,.,...,...... ,f.. ,_ SCHOVE-tLING. IILY & GALES.


onc re;rarx T.T L.,nr.m t iiuttou in
h!I reAtririeen'es attributes to John L.
Sullivau. When the news came of the
death of Edwin Booth the great fighter
in sincere sorrow remarked, "Well,
there are only a few of us lett '
Askinr Ten Mch. I
He Witb the Whskere--Say. feller.
why don't yon wear two glasses in-
stead of only one? Ile With the Mon-
oele---hy. deuce take it. y' know. a
twllah has to see, doesn't be?-.Clere-
tend Leader.
ever, be grandiloquent when you
want to drive home the truth. Don't
whi with a switch that has the leaves
" ft If i--,'i 'vn't to tn r' --'R1 eclher.


BRAINS MOVE THE WORLD.
Keep them healthy by


Grape-Nuts


|"eor's a Imt brve It by trial


straightened the $1,900 rug, "for a per- der? Marlow-Divore. This an't the
son as tall as her It ain't so bad as same wife.-Town and Country.
though she was shorter."-Chicago
Tec---AT1-rA A zhu


Iecora-Herald m.
Attendance Accounted For.
Rev. Dr. Torker-I'm pleased to see
that you attend church so regularly.
I hope you have found grace. Far-
gorn-Excuse me, but her name is
Helen. Ah, there she is now. Good
morning!
Feline 9ollloqu1.
"I wonder." mused the family cat,
after carefully Inspecting the new
mouse trap, "if that Is intended as a
labor saving device for my benefit or If
I'm in danger of losing my situation."
Apexs and Beards.
Almost all apes have beards. Dar-
win says that gorillas, chimpanzees
and orang ontn"gs have nlso. stiff and
bristly hairs -p-)n their uppr lips., r"-
sembling cnt.' wh1i.ke-. The ber.rds
of apes po"scs a remarkable resem-
blance to those of men. In i lng nl-
most Invarlably lihbter in r -- than
the hair of the hbed. In apes .;;, ch':
growth is most frequently yellow or
red, becoming white In age. It Is
common to both sexes, although more
strongly developed In the male. Apes
-and monkeys also-have eyebrows as
well. which do not grow thickly to-
gether as In human beings, but are
scattered through the hair, covering
the part of the facee which would be
called the forehead In man.


r vy,. tf ne-esary wrtte Dr. Feaas.
s. All cons ,!vo, FR;r
Soldier.
ere Pains in His
Years.
have been troubled with severe
in my back and kidneys for
30 years caused by exposure
rg the Civil War.
tried many Patent Medicines
physicians hut could secure no
anent relief.
sample bottle of Dr. Fenner's
ey and Backache Cure was
n me and it did me so much
that I finally took several of
dollar sized bottles which
ed a prompt and permanent
is pleasant to take. You may
any one to me as I shall take
pleasure in recommending it.
HENRY C. CLAYTON,
i9 N. Broadway St. Louis, Mo.
Cook Book and Treaste on
ner. M. D., Fredonia N. T.
JISSON A BRO.

SAY, JACK,
Is It your clothes atway look
ce?
at's easy. I belong to the

sacola lPresstg Cub.
They keep
in rood shape and only charge~
ne dollar per month. Why don't
oin? Just ring up Phone 675 anj
Malc.-!m White your name, or
;ugene Reese at Johnson's store .

GIVE YOUR HAULING TO

'chants Transfer Co.
Thor. B. Thorsen, Prel
.ING OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
IAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO
AGGAGE DAY OR NIGHT.
PHONE 978.
P. O. COX. 67,.

Still in Business 1
GEORGE A. PETTERSON,
is now located at
Government and Barcelona Ste,
is better prepared than ever
repair '-afes, typewriters,
guns, pistols, locks, light ma-
ch'nery and bicycles.
PHONE 208.



Our Method of

Laundering



Disease

Germs.


he Star Steam
Laundry.
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gal Advertisemats.

t.3La b1. C.. t'f Cifn i' u Cjur4


Sta'e of Florida-In Chancery-
A. F. West v.3 Jacob Klein, Bernard
Schliator anf Kattie Schliater, his


A bad man ,a worst whwenu W wi.f. F'r'closure of mortgage.
t sda to be a aint.-Bacon. o t 7 ,,.,:,., 'he 2d day of October,
*- A. D. 1905, the defendant, Jacob Klein.,
; i req'rired to appear to the bill filed
WHY IIT UCC1EDS,, ;aimnst him hereln. This order to be
published once a week for four coa-
---- ,.utive weeks In The Pensacola
Because It's for One Thing Only and* Journal. a newspaper published Ia
Pensacola is Learning This. $Sa;id Escambia County A. M. Me.-
Nothing can be good for anything. Milllan, Clerk Circuit Court. By t. Q.
S ing one thing well brings suc- Aymard. D. C. Pensacola. Fla., Aug
inC Oust, 10, 1905. g9augoaw4w
Doan's Kidney Pills do one thing In Escambia u in y CnrcuIt Co .
o only. 'n te of Flo i d a I nC h a nco m .
They're f07 sick kidneys. Sate of Florida. In Chancery.
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It Here is Pensaoa evidence to p A.D. 105, the defendant, George
Mr.. Martha A. Stevens, residing a.' Alexander Ch-rry is required to ap.
?09 East Gadsrden street. -,,- o a'r r "' against t him here.
?0a9 EartG iln. lThis order to be published once
h-ave been a fren ..' :- i an's Kidnr.f; or -, 4 co P lo
SPi!ls for a : n ;/ r:tne, and I alw ,:,: o c w e'k for t ir 4 (nset tet
re,-ommend therm to e.*.eryone I helr :,ve., -in h' ; P-;,' ra journall, a
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At a meeting of the Orleans Parish Me;Ileal Society, held August 12 19r, 9..n..,
Dr. Rudolph Matas addressed the Society on the "New duties and respon!!i!l- ab-cutr the room will diminish their unpleasantness.
ties imposed upon trained nurses, and othir persons entru?;e! with the car, The fumigation should be done in the morning. so that the roec will he
of yel!cw fever patients. in conm.cquence (;f t'e u-w.v!y acquired knowledge cf free of odor by night. and it shoum h(e done preferably in dry weather. Whoe
the mode of transmission of this disease )y the m,;,qui:o." ever the condition of the patin.ut will permit, a -.onn adjoining the oe
A brief synopsis 0 the elementary facts onntectod with yellow fever occupied by the patient should be first nrifl,! -f --9squitoes and prep ed W1
prophylaxis and a statement of the nurse's sanitary dut't.,s in th!s disease, tIe reception of thb :" -n:. ,lho is 'o be carefully transferred to the disla-
which he had utilized In his teaching, and subnmitei to it:. tcc.1ty are pub- fated room as early as possible after the fourth day.
llshed for the benefit of The Journal's readers as foiuws: The work of disinfe tion and mosquito (teztructlon. as well as screentlg,
Is now conducted by the Health Auta-o:tie;, immediately after notification by
ELEMENTARY FACTS OF EDUCATIONAL VALUE. th, artrnding ph, leiian. Bu: in isol:aed localities or when delay in obtatU-
:' sanitary relief is unavoidable. the physician and nurse must direct the
1. Yelloww fever may oe defined as an acute, infectious, feb-rle di e is. :.,,,rs of the householH in appl:vin the prescribed regulations.
which is transmitted from the sick t.\ suiccp;!."* iniivi.ina!s throu:h tho kil'(iona! precations in sulph-r furm!gatlon. recommended by the Health
agency of mosquitoes; and. as far a knaownr. by tih single spe,!es, the Steg- Athorities in charge of sanitation iu New Or'ean' during the prsnL
omyla Fasciata,. which is the common dome-tic or cistern imosquito of Ne-. ,>),i.c


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*^ iM _ -- vrleans, and in fact of all the localties. in which e'low fav( r prevail.
9 Ma W e l a t a Wer stand. Atlan;a, Ga., S {pt 9, 1905. 2. The germ or transmlilble po:s:i of yellow i-'v-r exi..n in th '.:ni-,d
"" ;' Editor Peni-acola Journal: of yellow fever patients o-nly during the fl .st the'I' r ,iys ',.f thi..- ..sat. aftlr-
OMWMV B ACU M0WPAPER PROM WHICH A ODTAIL.O After :iour oays eager waiting and wards the patient cesses to L*' a nimra.ae to ;te caiet o, r,.Trs. Hence the
41WAX TION STATIMENTCAN 81 GIRCURED watching for my home paper, I was importance of recordnIn. th< very hour when thle a'ta l: first e--n.
____1_ rM *" II *UR ^^.today reconip,-nsed for my long period 3. The mosquito (Ste-omyia Facciata) is pow'eriess to convey the dis-
of waiting by recetvinj four copiles ease to a susceptible person by Its bite unti! at least twelve days have elapsed
11104- to ha0(jtGove'Ble Stra. c-povering dates from oth to 8th inclu- after biting the yellow fever patient. This period of inkdu; ni, n in t',e moi-
f ONX N M. sive for which please accept many quito is the time tLhat is required for the germ of t"fo disca.- to br.-. in the
Shanks. They being >he firs: familiar body of the mosquito andt 1o migrate frrm (Le intec *s sto:- ,h ti is salivarv
Saebjec:s tat have greeted my gaze glands. The United Statis Army Ye@lowV FvFr Conm:ra.niui ;',;; :n(, 130'.
WNSACOTA, PIORIDA, TTTEADAY MORNING. SEPTEMBER 12, 19"3 silce I l;-ale adku to the f:rOnds as- that in Cuba this pe:iold varies f-oni twelve days, i:n the hut m:.::e:" mon:,
S______ --- ...... stinbld a :L' tTa'.ion in thile day o; to eighteen days and over, in t,- colder ,',inter ci- o;.
^ ^ .. , ., *^ m:, ",parture, v,)u :m-iy, no)r eas 'ly 4. After incubatiug the yei!w,,v fever ern, in i:s body ;!ur.ng the wr~o,\
- " -t' sse"., e here, and a similar notification ,na2ni, ;.haa I can ... how very above specified, the Ste..min:a i.s 1erdy to trane. nit ae di.h,,, d !di ing !t:
Swas .nimadle by Dr. S. R. Mallory Ken welcome the!i a:v'n-. The cheerful entire period of its natural life, whichli may extcud over 154 da.., provide.1 tihe
WHERE IT IS TO BE FOUND. o ee. of the Marins Hrpital Service, hopeful tore ;bit pr-aics each copy, insect has access to watir. (,Cuteras.) Wa!ter Reed was able to hnLocu:a;e
Socnla short timde ,.lwing the not ," easiy deminates that rare spirit of yellow fever wl'h a Stegormyia fifty-sevv'n days old. Gti!,r-,.. with anorte7
The Pensacola Journal Ia 0 fortitude which can s.mile -n the face 101 days old. [Note-According to Agrnnorto. Ste:oni:.a 1-ancy:; in Havana
S sale at the following places in # n'-n by the :asyor. of adversity and mnceL, it., frowns with can only be coaxed to bite up.ti four days o'd. Wi:h us, in L/nrisiana, .avA
-the city The existence of yl.ow fever in ouL a tremor. Dupree, It bites without coaxing within twenty-four hnur' after mergingg from
Senmbia Hotel. Pen iosacoia was ,l!s(ive'red late on the May ihv galiant struggle now on be the pupa case. It was bellev.d, at one tinw, that: (1) the f,:nales of S9eg-
o my Hotel. twv l:d.edr f escl'
Laf'crnoon of Aug. 2 and in accord- twe n the deenders of Pensacola's omyla must be impregnated1 before they will bite: (2) that the female, after
Sanc wh it own ron The Jour health and that hydra, whose preos- biting once, does not appear to b;te a second time, or ant h'at until fiv, cr
t Ne ^ .aante wth it own promise The Jour ence in any ci:y or hamlet, fills its seven days have elapsed; but Dupree says that the Steom.yias in Iutstiana
Gem Seek Stors. nal -made public announcement of thI population with panic, disrupts and that have been isolated and reared apart from the males will biiLe promptly
t- mLewits House l. f ct the following morning. populates homes, stops the wheels and frequently. Probably after they have digested their blood meal, and, like
o othe Hte le l There is no excuse for such a re of actories and transportation, ob Anopheles, within three to five days after.1
Thompn k to port on the part of the Fort Barran- ucts d close the channels of 5. A period, varying from two to five days, usually elapses after the be
Tm ok ,e. port onhe par; o the a-n- commerce, result in a victory for the of an infected mosquito before the symptoms of yellow fever will develop in
Wa end Ice Cream Parlor. cas correspondent. Pensacola be. former so complete, that the hItter the human subject. (This is the incubation period of yellow ever, and the
Wa geim' Nwe Stand. been honest with the world in its I will never intrude its pestiferous pree- United States Army Yellow ;Fever Commission found that in thirteen cases
'."Walkees Bok S tore i,-nethr aan
wa r o ttreatment of the disease now in its ence there again, of experimental yellow fever obtained by the bites of mosquitoes it variel
There Is not a shadow of doubt but from forty-one hours to Aive days and seventeen hours, after innoculation.)
@qg4 i4r MMM W ltl^ltq~ 4 r "gt d if the correspondent know., that ths 'visiaion can be m~ade the^ on'?^ l .~~''l6 ^!^
Now # idst and if the correspondent knowsthathi iati hn can mdem6.Fromthe above, we gather that If an adult Stegomyia I.'sciata bite
anything about the situation at all helast of its kind with which Pensacola a yellow fever patient within the first three days of the disease, it will have
QOINQ AWAY? this as well as anyone. will ever be afflicted. My short stay to incubate the poslaon in its body from twelve to eighteen days (incubation
Wh f intavehthe city for your h l a impressed me period in the mosquto); then, if it bites a susceptible person at the expira-i
am r w eatl have T ePensacola The Journal publishes on this p with the abolute certainty that forelr tion of this time, two to five days must elapse for the dlseas to manifest lt-
M tltow N y circular toy ouae very ueful informattipglow feveran be banished forever self in the bitten person. Therefore, inestimating the probable spread of
as~ f*#Nwye "Ot iCrcl& tou/1y some very tsefut inform&Ukm i from 'UPensacoia abd she can enjoy ylo ee rmasnl niiult h ucpil esn nhsevrn
bT the P-yicians of New Orleans, re- appearance as does this grand and the success or failure of any preventive measures, directed towards the des-
A F Ch c From One grdng the transmison of yello noetant recognizes what an ineU traction of the mosquito, can be determined. In view of the fact that several
Fever and the qnua:ltications of the Atat recogize w toa in c days may elapse before a mosquito infected from the first case may bite a
ho Se KnOW Better, trained nurse who has charge of yet ad asre anat who come hera susceptible person, this period of observation should be lengthened to thirty
SKO t, trine ,ua wh has charg of ye an a reau th*' *ose wh como here da. whilcn ia the time given by the health authorities of New Orleans in th
In the Anny and Navy Journal of low fever patient&. It is well worth A as refugees, are accorded' the same da eswh ics e tie given by the health aut il o Newo rl a nsi Vae
Sept 9. the Port Barrancas Fa., cor careftl peruest by every reader. hsptetedya tho whoco me from after its first appearance in a given locality.t
eapondent of that publication make nn-nectuedtris Tricts o sness *r7. The Stegomya Fasciata cannot convey yellow fever during the time
mpondent of tha publication makespleamure trips.Tne calmness which ta h o ni nuatn nIsbd tev o ihendy) tit"
Sather bo;a, and an exceptionally se Sunday's Journal has been widely ) she d lays and the cordiality she ex. ithraeeloasonl s ieaut ing I pelod be ts le igtnnocuo; neteler
rious charge concerning the appear complimented as one of the handsome tends to the refugees from infected osbit steel th4r hspeurio neri butItbteibinno sone,
ance of yellow fever in Pensacola est and most newsy and readable edi districts, that come in by train loadb, d oes Its bite wthinthis p period confer any Immunity to the bitten person. artle
h ve ade an mpr ssi n o met~h t I 8. Yellow fever is not transmitted or conveyed by fo mniteg (i. e. articles;
'Fe wrkes under date of Sept. 4, as tlions which the office has ever got can nerve tive. The serenity with or inanimate objects that have come in contact with yellow fever patients or;
SoHows: ten out. Among its special features, i whch she rws open her dran their immediate surroundings.) Hence the disinfection of clothing, bedlIng
The garrison is now under strict the Sherlock Holmes series pleases lavishes her hospitalily upon those or merhasdIe npp"edly soiled or contaminated by contact or prolmity
44uarantine on acvo-min of the y(.Ilow, ever~moe, and It Is bringing The Wh flee from the -yellow peril an4 with the sick Is nnnecessary.I
ever nPenacolaCapt rle rA Journal newd readet is beery day. The seek shelter wthin her gates, pre- 9. The bodies or cadavera of the dead from yellow fever are Incapable of
ear0e. in command of the post. put Journal new readers da sent a spectacle of lofty courage and transmittiag be disease unless death occurs within the first three days ot
on the quarantine in less than half an, heroic granduer that words are whol the disease ( ra re occurrence); and then only if mosquitoes are allowed to
tbor after the Mayor !ent down word Tt citizens of Tampa are asking ly inadequate to express. bite the body before decomposition has set in. black
that the yellow fever was in 'he city the city counc0 H for a $5,000 clea"-up As to Alabama 'e- 10. There is no possibility of crtion ing.s of yellow fever patients he
S. A. Green had arady bee fund. When this thing la all oves Only those who have had the honor 11. An attack of Yellow fever caused, as It always Is, by the bite of the
4oing a "ret work In coh-an~rig up thopesa#
Posi and *tbnoPestioe *city council is going to of riding through the grand glorious Stegomyia, confers immunity against subsequent attacks of the disease.
pot and the note fond us well pre. eta-eaned-u fund an and chivalrous State of dear old Ala-
left th t itean ro bama, in a locked coach, with a large Duties of tho Trained Nurse.
raelf h es n ut u !l noVolM 1 gotng to 'stay the cleatn' detachment of guards on duty to see
of ofierr arte awn on levo 1 cst city in America- that locked-in prisoners did not force NEW DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES IMPOSED UPON TRAINED
11unertodtha *qe fevro hnq beer opnNWDTE N RSOSBLTE MPSDUO RIE
In P colforomr than a months the doors, climb through the NURSES IN THE TREATMENT OF YELLOW FEVER, IN CON-.
Iat the Inlforrnation was supprse Il There is no use of making a wry transoms, jump out of the windows, SEQUENCE OF THE ABOVE FACTS.
And tow we are shut up herelik i nor scratch through the floor, or byO
rsnon ars hut Pp her e e or putting up a bd mouth Over it any chance place their deffled feet on 1. No nurse can be considered as trained in the management of yellow
S rron pe ol has the etlow fever and her sacred soil, while the train carry- fever in the light of present, accepted, knowledge unless .she realizes fully,
Th, we repeat, is not only a very the tiring to do now sla to fight it and ing aits cargo of contamination was earnestly, and conscientiously, that the disease is transmitted solely by mos-
serlous char.ze, but it is an al-ogther ff1ht it hard. We can get rid of it and running at a high rate of speed quitoes, and that it is her duty to prevent the admission of these insects to
ndlesf one and a libel on th we're going to do It. through her matchless domain--only the sick room and to destroy them promptly if they should find their way
ndlofl of this re t e gdthosecan oCtenive the magnitude of therein.
eath ofiah of ths city. Atlanta's chivalry, and the incompar, 2. That as the inseparable attendant at the bedside of the patient she:
Il accordance with a previous The Madison New Enterprise Is five able courage aand confidence of her must cooperate with the physician in the discharge of his functions as zuar-
VLtMment between Mayor Bliss and years old. Under 'Lum Smith's man- people In the immunity which her per- dian of the public health. The trained nurse in this capacity becoming direct-
the commander at Fort Barrancas agement it ougbt to live inaeflnitely feet cleanliness inures, ly the most efficient and important sanitary agent in preventing the sprea,
the latter was notified within fifteen It i a good paper ei When New Orleans and Pensacola of yellow fever in infected localities. Upon her intelligent appreciation ot
'iulsafter nthdsveth e is a good paper, edited by an ex have the perfect sanitation (and they the mode of transmission of this disease, her personal safety (if she is an
manotes after the discovery of the dis ceptioally gooad man. will some day) that the Queen City of non-tmmune) and the protection of the family and the entire household of,
Sthe South has they will enjoy th the patient, (especially it these are not immunes) largely, if not entirely,'
Same immunity from yellow fever and depends
TNL rQUIrrTO T oRrY OFr TME" FPVER Madam Stegomyla wiH lose much of 3. Every nurse must bear in mind that the most malignant yellow fever
Sheer present notoriety. More anon. patient is innocuous and absolutely harmless to even the most susceptible
C : .ULifmSn D. c.u. PORTER. non-immune, if the proper precautions are taken to prevent the access of
(Alas M L E. mosquitoes to the patient's person.
(Atlanta News) MY LOVE. 4. The greatest freedom of personal contact and intercourse may there-1
The mosquito theory of yellow fever seems now to be too well establish- A rover am I and a lover bold, fore be permitted between the yellow fever sick and the well in the sick
*- t1 scientific experiments to admit of protest or debate. And the Earth is my lady fair; room, and provided the innoculation of mosquitoes, by biting the patient'
4 We might as well surrender and fall in with the great majority here and I love her in every shape and guise, during the first three days of the disease, is absolutely prevented.
The t And I sing of her beauties rare. 5. The mission of a trained nurse if not satisfactorily accomplished if a
The theory has been growing to its conclusion through pome twenty years patient, suffering from any kind of fever, in localities infected with yellow
Wt experimen(. If fought its way ever the same prejudices that combatted I brave the fierce storm on the moun- fever, who is confided to her care, is allowed to be bitten by a mosquito,
Oallileo, Crawford Long. Jenner and Robert BatteY. and all Tlhe other great tain top, even if the fever is proven not to be yellow fever. Mosquito bites are annoying
Mioneers of the medical system And it seems now to have triumphed so And shout to the sentinel pine, and harmful even if not irfective to the patient, and it must be looked uponI
Completely in the judgment of scientists and physicians that it is certain to Hurrah: hurrah: You are keeping as an evidence of neglect he shows evidences of mosquito stings.


THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, TUESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 12, 1903


Remove all ornamen's of metal, such as brass. copper, silver ad tilt
-''rn the rniom that is to be fumiulgaed. Al! vbj.'cts of a metallic nature,
which cannot b? re.ov: l c-n be protected by covering the objects tightly
wi::i pip,,r. ,-., wihi a thin coating of vaseline applied with a brush.
Remove from the room to be fumingated all fabric material after tior,
o, .hiy shaking. Open all drawers and doors of furniture and closets.
The room should be closed and made as tight as possible by stopping aill
<' *.ngns in chimney, floo;r, \walls, keyholes and cracks near window and
cours.
Crevices can be closed by pasting strips of paper (old newspapers) over
hr-n with a paste pade of flour.
n'. o .'lph'r sho!>u!, he placed in an iron pot. flat skillet preferred, anl
this placed on bricks in a tub or other convenient water receptacle with about
an tir;1 if water in the bottom. This is a precaution which must be taken to
,;.ai i aia.st accidents, as the sulphur is liable to boil over and set fire to
;,1, h ,i.st.
'rie suIphlr iab readiiv i nf:1,I by sprinkling alcohol over it and lightingilt.
The ap.timent should be kept)L clp.-3.1 for two hours, andi then opened up
;and %%el ventilated.
NOTF-To find the cubic contents of the room, multiply the length Of
,he room by the width, andl this total by the height, and to find the amount
of s iphur necessary to fumigate the room divide the cubic contents by -,t
and thc result will be the amount of sulphur required in pounds.
Take. for example, a ruonim 15 feet long. 10 fee- wide and 10 feet high. we
Sv:ouli multiply 15x10x0, equals 1.500 cibic feet. Divide this by 500 and yoU
will have the amount of sulphur required, viz: 3 pounds.

LONDON GROCERS. The Journal Prlatedl Dw
"I.ekeof TheirTrade by Wi1e Ing ligm, 1905p a
Th ey SwnJdle Custo-ers. Total of
"Most people would be astonished If
they knew bow many London shop- 127,335
keepers are compelled to resort to all
Sorts of mean economles." said a Lon- 17 3
i doner who sla now visiting this coun-
try, but who served many years as :an
assistant In a large prov4sion 'store in o a ae
the English capital. or Iw9
"I don't believe there Is any Yankee
shrewdness to equal It. Even the Lou- 4
doners would be Incredulous if one
told them that many of the shopmen. OAILY
especially those In the provision de- The following figures show The Pean
partwents, are absolutely compelled to sacola Jou.nal's circulation for eacAi
practice the tricks of the trade. At day during the month of August, 1905,
the shop I worked at If any one of the ; wit tho average number of copies
assistants was discovered giving fill dally:


: weight he would be at once dismesed August 1 4,350 August 1 4,800
and another man more expert at August 2 4,400 August 17 4j,800
'weighing up' put In his place. August 3 4,335 August 18 45
"This seems, I know, a sennational August 4 4,400 August 19 43M
sort of statement too make, buet It is August 5 4,350 August 20 5.250
nevertheless quite true. In some shop Augustu 6 5,000 August 21 ....
I have worked In the proprietors abso- Augt 7 .
lutely discourage honesty-make It, in August 9 4,500 Augut 234 4,=
fact, an utter Impossilblllty for any as- August 10 4,500 August 25 4.800
sistant to serve the public in an honest August 11 4,625 August .2 4,800
and straightforward manner. August 12 4,625 August 27 5,M0
"What do I mean? Well, take, for August 13 5,000 August 28 .....
Instance, the butter counter under my August 14 ..... August 29 4,800
charge. I am served oat with forty August 15 4,600 August 30 4,800
pounds of butter and ten pounds of August 31 5,000
wraping paper, each weighed to the Total for the month ...... 1,38
fraction of nn ounce, and for these I Average per day.. ...... 4,710
must show returns for fifty pounds of I hereby certicy that thcor above state.
butter. If I do not there Ns trouble ments orrect accoriAg to the re
aheadords on file In thls offiCs.
ahead. FRED A. SWEgT.
"How Is It done? Water of course Cireulation M ,r.
weighs heavy, so we use plenty of it Sworn to and subscribed before -n
while patting the butter into shape. this 31st day of August, 190.
Dash some more water on the paper. J. P. SIOKI,
then thump butter and paper on to tbhe Notary Publte.
scales together; snick a bit off If the .....as
scale goes down heavily or smack a UNIVERSITY OF THE
morsel on If It won't move; take It off UNIVESI FT
aud give it another pat, then thump STATE OF FLORIDA.
the lot on again. The scale moves
down slightly and, whisk, off comes Emnbracing the followl.g sUbJetS:
the butter and another paper goes I. Language and IAterature-4 tea
around It! Butter, water and paper year course leading to the d eg at
only weigh just a pound altogether. acheior of Arts, Greek is not M
but of course the eudtomer pays the qued, but is offered asaa 1oeltve
throughout the course.
same price for the paper and water th oeonerl Ste---DVuMret
as for the butter. This 'weighing up.' hre. co ra ; 1. Cu aMleal eo wu1 :
I might say, is done very quickly and Mathematical course; Ntuwl igaer
neatly, course. No Greek and only ebma
"Cheese la much easier to manlpu- Latin is required in the courems. All
late, and oceaslobally when our butter four-year courses.
receilpts are low we can make up the III. Agriculture-*-Pesy1ar -4 twa
deficiency at the chese counter. A year courses.
lady aska, we will say, for a pound of IV. Bnglnear:ng-IPur.yar eoMr
cheese--'eightpmny cheddar*-and I in Mechanical. Civil &ad Eleteekt
cut a plece which weiglhs slightly more. Engineering, also a t W ear Ta0
cPokin u ,n f,, of t ma ...l.- n Mechanics. No_ LatiU or Greek ro


required in III. or IV. The full eonra
under II., III. and IV. lead to the" d
agree of Bachelor of censce; the shMe
courses to a CertlAeate of Prof efe .
V. Pharmacy-A full two-year eOra&
to be begun In September. 194.
VI. Normal-Three coursesa S
teachers: A one-year course leadlrg t.
a certificate, A thre-year court 1s@*.
Ing to an L. I. Diploma; A four-ya.
course leading to the degree of Batea
lor of Pedagogy.
An anmpl- corps of competent tae ,
ers AL hixh ci.rriculum-WxpenaeeaW_
including board, $120 to $150 per yn.
ail tennrm opens September 27, 11,,
Sena for Catalogue.
ANDRBW 8LHDD, Preldet.
Lake City, Florida.


NEXT SUNDAY













HRLOCK NOL
The Greatet PteiaBe oTf~t


hold Its place unt!) some subsequent generation may disprove it the faith; 6. No nurse can consider herself a trained yellow fever nurse unless she weight, I put oe or two on each aide
And certainly the tht(ury has progrrtesd through heroic t-eclf sacrificing, And guarding this dear love of mine. has made herself thoroughly familiar with the weapons which science and the bala Pr th ch
elnns e ir en on-n e-wr nnywo- s-l-in ,of the iac. ehasth hes
*pertiments. Men have been found--an.l They- were many-who risked dea~t, experience have given her to effectively protect her non-infected.- patients and weighs a nm r te pn
by injection hI order to develop the truth to the satisfaction of science and With snowshore and sky and sharp those persons who are dependent upon her knowledge and exertions for safety jee haee soe, tneere madm '
to the benefit of succeedi'rg generations. In yellow fever cases, lih in skate of steel, from the infected Sevente nc npencemadam
Havana and in New Orleans. men in clean cots. w~th perfert .-nnitation and! We fly like the swift arrow by, 7 The weapons of offense and defense that the nurse must learn to I say. Will that do' And, as a rule.
the most skilful remedial trea:rtnt. Iyut without screening from mosquitoes. And race with the reindeer to lay at., handle in protecting her patients are: she take it without question, thus
bave contracted the disease and suffered the consequences eit her of illness or her feet paying for te extra half ounce at the
of death., Our offering-Old Winter and I. (A) The Mosquito Bar (Bobbinet Preferred), to Isolate the Patient in His Bed. rate of 3s. 8a. per poued.
fWhille in th,, same building, men living in the fillh of uncleansed slc, 1. The netting of bars must have meshes fine enough to prevent the "In the other departments it is the
Wo.S, in (he a'mosp'her-e of black vomit and with utter neglect of sanitation, Far out on the prairie and upland plain passage of mosquitoes, same. Tea to usually weighed in a
ad yet percxit.y screened from the bite of mosquitoes, have escaped "s-ot Where the wild western winds blow 2. Mosquitoes can bite through mosquito nets when any part of the 'lead wrapper, and suar, of course, In
tre" without a varia'ton. free. patient's body is in contract with the netting. the familiar thick and heavy paer
The presenT rt-crl of the ,pi'de'ric in New Orleans under the mosquito I watch brave summer with flowers, 3. Frequent examinations should be made to Pee that there are no torn so that invr ti ost
areean furnishes a s',:-ifncast and re eactness of the thcor.% In the 1.l;,mc 4f 1S7? in New Orleans, and at This, Weave chaplets to lay at her knee. The netting should be well tucked in to keep the mosquitoes from for the wre
thee of the year. :he number (f new cases ever day amounee, to between entering. artle.
and 500. wi'h a smaller population than now. an.l the death rate was twice The inland lakes in emerald frames, 5. If mosquitoes are found within the netting they should be killed in- "Of e it le not r to the pub-
So large as i: is today. The ;cmarkable control of tie epidemic which has And margins of silver and gold, side, not merely driven or shaken out. Ill, but what can we assistants do?
sMn secured in New Orleans- by the vigorous efforts of the local and federal Are mirrors whose lifelong efforts are 6. All cases of fever should be promptly reported to the physician; If we are at ay time found giving
Acerv. semins to furnish a lasting and convincing proof of the correctness of vain, awaiting his arrival they should be covered with a mosquito bar. This is par- more than Wight we eportd and
40 mosquito thuory. To picture the charms they behold. ticularly important in dealing with mild fevers, especially in infants and most probably mmaN Tbe man.
And ther-e is a vas, c t, o (to all sections ard to all future times in th!s !children in localities liable to infection with yellow fever. The disease man- ager will sometime send a mall boy
a worthy to tranks., w,.h :!' '.:s over of vaccination by Jenner. and with; And lashing his waves into foam; likely to escape recognition. On account of the very mildness of the svm9- or ceh e; tha e I m
e diver, of e",' '.. t'rafr,',. rLug} Wl,: tlhls fact in the possesion I Though tossing his kisses and gifts at toms the usual precautions are not taken and the mosquitoes are able to hands him th package he bounces in-
of scienTi?,, a:., n',.. :, *':.rt (,ce-ywher, anrd v, '.i1 the constantly improving her feet, spread the disease without molestation. The mild or unrecognized cases are, to the shop p the btt or
mthods for th<- ;,, <, : -,, n-osquito pest I,y screening, we may believe: Alas! he no farther can come. for this reason, the most dangerous, from a sanitary point of view. eheee on the saies agl. If t, wlth
hat the terror f Te r is over and that the fangs of the saffron, (B) Screns. he n
weourge have bf: ('%:. ,e;. :And then under palms neathh the All openings leading to the sick chamber should be screened. Outside ,paper, s bales, t al
Particula: r:,. !,, ;- 'is d!scoTvery at th'F time to thnoe of us who, southern stars, of hospitals, wire screens are not usually available and provisional screens 'w"* -N" r xegl HaM.
are interest, :: ili, 'n: of "he Panama the imperial' cor.:, w"!; flow upon its 'Cmtpletion through these I worship all day and dream all the secured to the openings of the sick room. _
gulf and souith-ast,-: s 'a-- o he markets of the world. PI'annima and Ha. night, (C) Sulphar and Pyrethrum for Fumrgation. "As fr us I had the opportOn-
wana have long 1- i.-.i n:, this continent as the flrt foci of yellow fever,' And treasure her veriest frown. Fumigate the room with sulphur or pyrethrum (insect powder) to destroy ity of Jaw t app to me that
eand the dreald of !'*s :;nran.;cn among these southeastern states has almost -By Irene Pomeroy Shields, In Recre. possibly infected mosquitoes as early as possible after the fourth day of fever, the .la y ttr writtg among
AonTerb lanced di vi< ,agnto d a-iinioeedn he I nation for September. Sulphur burned In an iron pot is the surest way. and If used in proper quantity womes is u altler gept three par-
And now. wit. agent of disseminaion discovered and with science; will not injure fabric or colors. Three pounds in an average room Is iffl- tculam-a gaeral deleey of ub-
kolding the cue. ,he : ord., both scientiac and unprofessional, may rejoiced LEWIS HOUSE CLOSED. client if the room be closed; more accurately, two pounds c4' sulphur to 1.000 jeet, a total t atte t tp a
;Ctat one of the greatest scourge. of modern times has been stripped of Its' The Lewis House, opposite union cubic feet of space is estimated by sanitary authorttles; and one pound of a very ftr t awa of gram-
Serrors and deprived of its robber agent. depot, will be closed until quaraantina lansect powder tp 1,000 cubic feet will suice to atupity the mosqutoes. The mar." -g" lal, b e smelg up
or all of which reat people are due profound acknowledgments tos lifted. mosquitoes will fall to the floor and should be collected and burnt. Two of woman as a rto mpTalet, given
ta* goodness of God and to the Indefatigable researches of science. j MRS. W. J. CASTEALLjO, horse' fundigation with sulphur Is quite aufclent ina ordinary cases. The T
ll2eptlw Proprietress. tiaes ag alphur will not remain 1og, and household Ammonia spriakled ,, .-


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mal PENSACOLA MAN


WRITES OF


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Which Greets All Visitors in
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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, TUESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 12, 1901


PAW rm'


I SI.F.I. ,. maI W1!L ESTIAllSH aniibals
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NEW METHOD LA-UNDRY,
NW METHOD LE0 ALUNDRY


a.t U. Lam. ONK, p oppo


TWO


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(Coudtin

D'Alemberte
autopsy reves
of yellow ev
type.
As soon as
of Mr. Wulf
was summoned


file. ems ana, LPeeIA, FS.


UIlY IICKET


OFFICES


1: & N. Has Secured Building and
Will Open Office Before
October 1.

Before October 1st, :he Louisvillel
and Nashville railroad will have a
down town city ticket office, together;
with the office of the division passcn-!
ger agent. This determination was,
reached some time since, but it was,
not until recently that a suitable build-
ing could be secured.
Recently, however, tile company se-
cured the building. No. 17 South Pala-'
fox street, formerly occupied by a mil-
linery store adjoining F. B. Bruce's
and preparations are now being maae
to fit it up for offices.
Passenger Agent Lurton stated last'
night that he thought the office would,
be ready for occupancy by October 1.,
and if so his force would move into!
the same about that time. Most ofl
the office fixtures have already arriv-'
ed, but some are yet lacking, and not
until they are completed will a move
be made to the new quarters.
For over a year there has been talk
of the Louisville and Nashville locat-,
Inag in the business section of the town
and establishing a city ticket office,
but now it is an assured fact that this
plll Ic Agn


as well as expected, and that his con- tinue in charge of the office at the
dition might be considered a very set union depot, while one of the clerical
ions one. force in the office of Mr. Lurton will
The Situation. attend to the business down town.
S "The situation," said Dr. Porter last *
Sight. "is encouraging, from the fact ,Tvul been klinl Margie Hun.
iw CASES that heretofore in epidemics of this ",
[ CASES nature there would have been twenty W."
e or thirty ne cases each day, but "Oh, Nellie,what a story'
Ser. You don't like peppermint, and she al-
"This has been a trying day with ways gets peppermint chewing gum.
me." continued the doctor. "The cor-, Oh, I can put two and fre togever."
don thrown around the city has caus- -Lt*.
ed many to undergo inconveniences, I
et t am Fnrtt Ptag.) and I have had many calls during the j wi A'paret.
day. Every conceivable pressure has bhe--ou know, Judge, our charae-
been brought to bear to get permits ters are different, and I don't want to
and Dr. Kennedy. The to leave and enter the city, but we be in his way- He-Yes, your honor,
sled the fact that be died are showing no favors." she is peculiar, and I don't want to In-
er o the most malignant teet- Jdge-I understand. You
possiblask for a dtvore out of pure love,-
Spossible after the death A eashi.i Megendorfe Blatter.
burg, Coroner Landrum, TMs tale comes from New Cale-
ed, and in company with dnl where ashi was oadin nu
p was loading up.


Mayor Bliss visited the home, and -"' --'--. -w -- --
with natives "to week in Australia:
viewed the remains. Death was pro-There were a man and a grl-a young
souaced as due to relow fever. e7uple they seemed. She had a young-
Christman Died Last Night. ster, who began yelling at eight of the
M. Chrlstman. who had been a reel- boat. 'Cu't take that yot perr tbhe
dent of Pensacola for possibly four, bos shouted. Te womasu said she
ears, died last nighb at about 9 wanted to come too. 'No; we cant
o'clock at his room, No. 116% South ship that qualllng little beast. Leave
Tarragona street. His case was re- him with his anuntle.' There was no
ported last Friday, and the patient not auntie in sight, so te Kanaka man,
being in very good health continued to after taking a look around, caught the
sink until death occurred. He came kidy by th heels, swung her round
here from Champaign. Ills.. and was lke a rabbit and dashed her head
about 48 years of age. ie was a cab-girl
inet maker, and hid been working aI nst a tree. sh ws only a girl
for several months. The deceased eu!-! '"l'b heai d aPd slung her body
feared with asthma ahen he first came into the smob. Then they both hopped
south, but after remaining here for a Inte te beat sad were shipped
short time seemed to secure conotlS- aboard.*
'aletl relt f. so decided to make this:


"Is Sp ys wtfe a good housee-
keeper?"
"Well, I should say so. Why, he has
to keep a private detective to watch his
clothes so be can tell where to fadM
them. She's so tidy."-UIverpeol Me-
cury.
Nethlas Left but the netLs.
"He belongs to one of our oldeot
families, but he to a coameptie. He
eocghs dreadfaUly,"
"Yes he says all be ver got troa
Sthe taly tr was te be*."

A "WIld Baitr.
A "wild hair" is the most annoying
freak of nature a man can be afflicted


city his future home The tns meat. with. It grows In from the eyelid lan-
ti Me mam~b hest?" Mid the astroto- stead of out and, constant brushing
Patnts impv Mr. "Well. lot as say that the value against the eyeball. sometime causes
All of the patients, with one excep- of the sun's beat $25,000,000. Now, an irritation that results in a loss of
tion, are reported to be in an improv- what proptotAn of all that value do s lbt. To pull It out gives only tom-
ed condition. and there is but titlee you suppose warms the earth? Only prary relief, since In a few weeks It
doubt of their recovery. It was 2 cef' wo& comes back. as well grown and strong
stated last night that Joetph Reed., "All the rest of the sun's beat Is as ever. The only way to kill It Is to
-*o was taken sick during the latter wasted in space. Of the $25.000,000 destroy the sac from which It spdngs.
the earth only gets 2 cents. This is done by means of the electric
"With coal I can give you another needle.
Idea of the sons beat. Suppose that
the earth was to contract to beat the
sun. Do you know what the result Draws the Poison

w dh e to maintain the pesrt Sloan's Liniment, the great antiseptic.
would safric to maintain the parent draws the poison from mosquito bites
QET THE OOK solar beat for jut the one-tenth of aings of al insects. It kills yes
OP PNACLA RUG TS FREE. and stings of all insects. It kills ye!-
OF P GNSACOLA DRUGGISTS FREE. omd."--Pfledel pVhl a Bullet"an. low fever and malaria germs.
-mum-


You cannot buy a beer which has been more ex-
pensively prepared than Gerst Dove
Brand, yet it is sold as cheap as
any. We carrycleanliness and
purity to extremes, using
the finest material



Browltg Co.
Naskville,
Tems.


!PETER BELL, DISTRIBUTOR, PENSACOLA, FLORIDA.


nd sarvaes may delight In
seeing SjUF'iEING, but the
highest thought of civilization


VICE-CONCUL

WULFBIJRG DIES


H


AD BEEN A RESIDENT OF PEN-
SACOLA SINCE 1900, COMING
FROM SIOUX CITY.


is to relieve all pain. This can
1n{c1 doneith HrAXTINf Norwegian Vice-Consul 0. R. Wif-
Iltekly be done with HAM.INS burg, who had represented that
WIZARD OIL. country at this port for the past flyv
years, died early yesterday morning
or internal and external at his boarding house near Peraidc
station, where he had been residing
enrative action, it has no equal since the outbreak of yellow fever
Death was due to the dreaded dis-
in the entire medical world. It ease.
Mr. Wulfburg, who was apparently
rclieves the iaflpmmation which abo ty years o age, came to this
!s irritating your nerves, regu- city !n 1900. having been appointed
to the po4ttion of vice-consul. HiE
lates the circulation of the former residence had been Sioux
City, Iowa, where -e had acted In
mall blood vessels, and, by similar capacity for a number of
years. Although retiring in disposi-
icientic means, gently but cer- ion he had many friends here.
mainly restores yaur body to: lie was first attacked 'last Thurs-
alinly restores your body t day, and although very ill continue
health. to attend to his duties, coming to hit
office daily. Sunday, however, he be
You can't be sick, if you ward came unconscious, the end coming
Yesterday morning.
jIf the preliminary action of Mr. Wulfburg had no relatives in
this country, and all that is known
Il3Caes iCr0Obes, with this of him is that he came to America
rtes~t of l ~icinCS Of about twenty-five years ago.
ratst of all mdicins of Acting Vice-Consul.
modern times. Price 60c and C has. McK. Oerting, has been ap
pointed as acting vice-consul for
.1.00. Fully guaranteed. Norway at the port, and will conduct
or ll g, the duties of the office until tha'
For sal, "-A r com iopIa by c(,iuntry makes some other arrange
WHITE'S PHARMACY, nment. Mr. Oerting has formerly act
Phone 180, Night Phone 446. ed in that capacity, and has alwaysI
Pensacola, Fla. given general satisfaction.
CHIPLEY POSTMASTER
BOARD OF HEALTH MAKES CORRECTION!
Editor Pensacola Journal:
HiLADQUARI R The following item from your Chip-
lev correspondent anrtnea.-d in The


PRESIDENT HENiDRY, OF STATE
BOARD, AUTHORIZES CHANGE
IN EXECUTIVE DEPART.


MENT.


The headquarters of the executive
department of the State Board of
Health are now located in Pensacola.
The authority for the change comes
from Dr. Hendry, president of the Flor-
ida State Board of Health, and fol-
lowing his instructions Dr. Porter sea
issued a bulletin giving notice that
temporarily the executive office would
be in Pensacola. Dr. Porter, in reply
to a recommendation made by him
yesterday received the- following:
"Tampa; Pla.. Sept. 11, 1905.
"Porter, PensacOdla, Fla.
"Your recommendation to transfer
executive office of board to Pensacola
temporarily, is approved, therefore
you are authorized to make announce-
ment to that effect.
"HONDRf."
Bulletin No. 12.
Dr. Porter upon receipt of the tele-
gram issued the following bulletin
frim his office: '"
"lxeoutive Office, State Board of
Health of Florida, Pensacola. Fla..
Sept. 11th, 1905.-Temporary
Change of executive Office of
State Board of Health.
"For the more expeditious dispatch
of business; to prevent duplicating
telegrams through Jacksonville, as
well as correspondence, the Execu-
tive Office of the State Board of
Health is temporarily transferred from
Jacksonville, Fla., to Pensacola. Fla.,
from which point the State Health
Officer will transact all business relat.
ing to his office, until further notlc.
"JOSEPH Y. PORTER,
"State Health Officer"
POP GOES THE WEASEL.
The MeastIu of Th*se Words In the
Old nwltish sonU.
How many people know the meaning
of the words "Pop goes the weasel" ia
the song? Many of us have probably
regarded them as a meaningless tag.
having some dim Cockney bearing on
the animal. Such a bearing they have.
but in an unexpected way. A writer in
Notes and Queries affirms that the
words refer to a purse made of weasel
skin which opened and closed with a
snap. This brings the line out of Irrel-
evant jargon into the main sense:
Up and down the city road,
In and out the Eagle;
That's the way the mory goes-
Pep goes the weasel.
The "popping" or snapping of the
purse is declared to be the equivalent
of "Bang went saxpence."
But this explanation is not, perhaps,
so inherently probable as another


which makes weasell" a slang term
for sliver plate, prize cups, etc.-arti-
eles which, as the result of gadding in
the City road, were pawned or "pop-
ped." This idea Is repeated in a story
of an Islington tailor who, through fre-
qenting the Eagle tavern, had to pop
his "wensel," an Instrument used in the
cutting of cloth. Whatever the weasel
may have been, the song went round
the world, and many a boy in faroft
Brazil or Ceylon received his first idea
of London's str t7s in its reference to
the City road.-London Globe.

Death rw thke Meonkeyr.
"I had a most terrible experIence to-
day," declared the pretty girl to her
boarding house companions. "I was
walking along the street, when sud-
denly I heard a most peculiar nose.
I looked up. and there on a stoop stood
a most hideous monkey. leering at me.
It startled me, and I stepped back
quickly, putting my hand to my eyes.
Then the man who was coming just
behind me remarked:
"'You're all right, little girl. I see
it, too, and I've been on the water cart
r weeks.' Now, what do you sup-
mo he meant?
The men boaters who were at the
table answered not, but the wife of
one of them explained to the girl later
em.-New Tork Trutme.


Journal of the 8th inst:
"Mr. Alley, the postmaster, will be
back from is month's vacation in the
north this week. The assistant post-
master needs him for he is nearly
worn out."
The above would leave the Impres-
sion that I had gone on my vacation
without providing sufficient help for
the assistant, when as a matter of
fact I made ample provision for com-
petent help during my absence, which
was perfectly satisfactory to my as-
sistant, and returned two days sheal
of time, quarantine notwithstanding.
J. S. ALLEY, Postmaster,
Chipley, 'la.; Sept. 11, 1905.


Look For Eapplessm.
Some one has said that we find what
we are looking for In this world. If
that Is true, and It is true in a cer-
tain measure, how very much better
and more wholesome to be looking for
kindness rather than slights, for hap-
piness rather than misery, for the
flowers ef life rather than Its thorns,
says Woman's Life. Even when these
things sm Impossible you may think
tem aso, and by the power of your II-
tusfons make them come true. Illusion
and dWllllinlon are to the mind what
rose colored and blue spectacles are to
the eyes-illutson the rose, disillusion
the blue. It may seem a sort of child's
play to bold so fast to that which may
be mythical, but anything Is worth
while whicb makes for happiness and

Orftnu of Ome Grave'ray4.
The family of a member of partly
meant from Yorkshire has a private
graveyard and has had It for severaJ
generations. The founder of it was a
Quaker, and the rector of the parish
in which be lived said to bhm after a
dispute on religious matters: "Well, it
you don't come to church when you
are alive, you will when you are dead."
But the Quaker thought otherwJse and
founded the burial place which is need
to this day.
A Pepu"ar Laagmaire.
"I'Tve called half a dozen bell boys this
morning, and they -haven't brought a
thing rye ordered." said the Irate
guest. "Are they all deaf?"
"Yes," explained the hotel clerk. "but
they can hear through the palms of
their hands. Money talks, you know.
It is the only language they can under-
stand."--Detroit Free Press.
A Useefal Parafraph.
Singleton (reading)-It Is said that
the last word in an argument is often
the most dangerous. Wedderly-Would
you mind letting me have that paper?
Singleton-What do you want it for*
Wedderly-I want to show that para-
graph to my wife.


To Be DIsewevred b7y Rpertene.
Furious Old Gentleman (to new
Scotch footmau)-Do you take me for
a fool, sir? Footman-Weel, sir, I'm
no lang here and I dinna ken yet.-
Dundee Journal.
Always remember that It is easier to
kill time than to make up time-St.
Louis Star.

CHANGING SENTIMENT.
Oliver Goldsmith's "Deserted Vii
age."
Gola'mith in his "Deserted Vil
lf.ge." spoke of a certain chapel
where those who "went to scoff, re
gained to pray." 8o in life one ofteu
laughs at what he does not under
stand and later, when he does unden
stand, his laugh turns to praise.
There were some who doubted rhe
merits of Newbro's "Herpicide," the
sca'!p germicide and hair-dressing,
but since they have tried k, they are
now among its best friends and
strongest endorsers. Herpicaes kill
the germ that eats the hair off at
the root, and the hair then grows
again. As a hair dressing it is la
comparable, try It. For sale by W. A
D'Alenmberte, druggist and apobeeary
121 South PalNfox st., or send lOe t
stamps l*r ample to The Herpicide
Co., Detroit, MiXcJ.


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H. L. COVINGTON, President M. E. CLARK, Cashier.
C. W. LAMAR, Vkice-President. JNO. PFEIFFER, Asst. Cashlee
THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK

OF PENSACOLA, FLA.
DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES
Capital Stock, $200,000 Surplus, 40,000

Henry L. Covlngtoa, S. J. Foshee.
J. Ml. Pfelffer. A. M. Avery.
BryanunwodyW. H. Milton, Jr.,
0.yan Dunwody, Mana,
Frank leilly, W. L. Cawthon,
W. S. RosMaco, C. A. O'Neal,
T. F. McGourin, Dr. W. J. Hannei,
F'. Brawner, McKensle Oertlag
C. W. Lamar, Alex McGowin,
J. R. Saunders. C. M. Covington.


Accounts of Banks, Individuals, QorporationS, and Firm Solkod
Four per cent. Interest paid on Time Deposits.
I I I I I I


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W. N. ROBERTS, Asst. Cashler.


FIRST


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DIRECTORSo


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Vessels disbursed pem the Mt
Favorable Terms, anm thr M*
nations taken Payable at Prt of
Detinateion Ten Days Aftw VOW
sel Arrives there.


Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent, in Connection with which we
have a Private Dcpatmcnt for the use of Renter;.

Savings D*epetmnt.n-- terst Pai t D
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I. M. t.VNa.LL, UAsalaa. MA&NaIBLQ MOB S, AsT-. Caina
Citizens National Bank,
oft Peseno;, Flofrl.
ee W wriht, Morris A T._ llo


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A -IgfRAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED.


J. S. REESE, Presidemt. W. MEN3hB. Cauhil.
R. M. CARY, VIce-Presidet.
: THE PEOPLE'S BANK OF PENSACOLA.
Directors-L. J. R.eves, J. Reese W. DeC. Keustlr, R. M. Cey,
W. A. DO'AleRberte t. A. Jenning.
TRANSACTS A GEBNRAL BANkING BUSINUIT.
YOUR ACCOUNT IS RESP CTPFILI SOUCITrD.

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Steam, Domestic, Anthracite
and Bladcuiith C O A L
OSce-No. 13 Boutl Paloas street. Telephone, S.
Yards n ZarnaAs a4d GOnzales treats. Phone. C


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CURIOSITY IS NOT ALWAYS A SIN
It wii pay yeU te Javstilat ofr prices ble0e Mylag yew

Hardware, s Doors, Blinds or Lumber.
We anlbe*& ul ixi s, Mk, Lm CmmI
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8aunr Mill Company

Office 29 Bt Gi den Street Phone 717.
Ftoy Nort Ptdfox Street. Phone 1130.
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THOS. W. BRENT, Asst. Cashier.


We draw eur wn M ile of Ix-
enange en Qremt Britain, Ireland.
Germany, Frames AuR Wl, Italy,
Holland, Spain, Bellnim, Rul"a,
Norway, Sweden. Denmark, and
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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL. TUESDAY P0 : RN 1IN, SEPTEMB3 R 12, 1905


S^dll, ^cc H.rI A'/ Done Among Those Hho Go, Come
SOCIETY PEOPLE AND EVENoTS ar
B;SI E. NELLIE BECK. Te:ephcn No. fa5,d r--- I cn and Society Here and E/sewhere


UNGRATEFUL ANNABEL SUE. walk twenty miles to giet to t'e R.R. TO IMPROVE AND PRESERVE M
--- ,,, Al! Faial We did not have v .Tak th'a much 9
This is the :ale of old Ma-Iner Hale but we really wake t::ro. nrida YOUR BEAUTY
As he sa' in the shade of the cocoa- ME n if you have ner walked USE
nut *re(. BNE IwES any F'.ri'a m. e.-s, bwe.n one and
With his fa,. fui: o seams and his I ao ,'r:.a r n ,a, h '. ,,.uc NADINE FCE POWDER r)
eye* fuil 'dramf rtaOV1d foirm )no idea ,af the length of 1h aNEm
And his sk n fu. ocin. which be Removed the pleasure to bt-' derived from it. Copyrighted in Gr en Boxes.
borrow.i from me. In OI ne I advise you to try i; at your earli(-tet SUPERIOR IN QUALITY. HARM-
( )' opporirun We Tried at every house LESS AS WATER. i L
*4 nI man. a d-,oo that was awful and WeeCk. for a tetam ann' each one would tell us
cro of "a man just a litte pre-e further
rve fougir on the ocean as well as ,he road' who woul:i probably 11
on land. :ake us. If they had tl.;l us the exact
And many a whale I have caught by I V distance I ver would have had cour-
the ail T.H-E PERFECT BEAUTIFIER. age to go on.
And choked 'im to death with me Wel! we lived through it, but will ,, :
1.,f*utIola I, st. only ha,,.ml. .prpepre reerl a
Shan. 1tn that .liet y bitrat. ALL ever louk ike anything again. Afte : y Of Them Will B Pla
fealri be atshbs, trPce of care worry. iI our walk we suicceede;I in getting a W Bc
0*2tr when I wui young I wUz that ntad tu a u man a u e mrk Tc-day umies inng and
stot and F'rong and areN~ lik ,i mnant:e- from the fa"e wa.-n. There we "changed cars" to
I could pul!; up en anchor twixtt fn- I~-in; the skin o>ft. clear and v -tv, a iw mule ,wapon on to --villle. We
ger and thumbl f;otafwr-t*ldrblemish i romani Bsutt ate canned goods for supper without S
d when in a wreck I wuz thrcwed C'hrAi, t.n nd Kxprt I rmatootlit. it a-y wa'er. Before we got there the
fro0 vhe deck., l-. nade ftld. hut o w autifu; ladi.*, single tree broke twice and another
ltrough wa-er-spouts. tempest and a:youthfulat forty and tz(tity as they were at of the harness hrnk, ,hree times. The n natn eq. t, un:er )rs
it tw lttI, (a)o uowd by men wtth the samneheh T
typhoons I swum. wonderful retultfi. B utiois rm-mrnw ,t tho It was dark and iThundering and A.. :.;mb: I'!Ai! ;. al, K .;ri< w, i -e ;, .
worst ,i***ft of BR,'WN. LIVER I'OT,. Ilghnin. eve ry sp. 'n u
f-ad that wuzn't bad for a tlip of a 'JKKCKLE,. BL4CKHRADS, PIM"LE4, eased :o mi th:s :. WRI' KL.s. s.CARK. SIALL POX PIT 1iad-- I lNG- and all DISFIiUtRING ERtI tlat nine miles. We were doubtful 10 Nw!F be div;i. 1 sup in four s t.: 'q i-
STt spile o'me rvigrer and muscle I 1i N Plte t. cents. IVKRY BOX whether 'hey woiul let us in. We NADINE FACE POWDER .s com- of ten men each an I aoi'. qiad, wiil
gre wlARANTEiA.t ,. pounded andi purified bh a newly dis- be thorJ)u-h'\ e1 ii .\ hA,'r.-' w!l F
t'W- .'Ir ale -by leading druggisrts "r sent a'r.viv in afl our glori about nine' i Al
"agm as a clam and as mee': as ,:-to c loClk tat nihtr and go ill at the covered process. Produces a beauti- ,agn win b. p'*,, i t'1for e'ach 1ni
lamb E. R BERRY CEMICAL CO. h b w er ful, soft, velvety appearance. wlllr an in .tNs, w,.. moreI' I r. i.1 c:
lanb O. BERRY HEM'ICAL CO.. hoel. hbiu we bad to) P. a r" remains until washed off Ladie4 who be eover,,.
(Wen I garze in the eyes o'ne An- Dept. St. Lous. n,.xt morning and walk two more Nmadins Facil shd off Ladies who be con.
nbeI Sue B ea:ts.a I,ook mali;d fre uponreqn,4" Florida miles toa al:,t-er s.. a: to completion will be sota are sure the Eer eof t'in ,. el 'tr
To get a tem A The Statehas Complexion1 will be soft and iovely at where caes of fr halt. trcr ** |
Anna1 S she wet a tea fair the Stae has close of the evening. will be r'- fun I;.
t et & e ure a( uaran'ined against Florida. we can-, THE QUALITY IS UNEQUALED).' In addi ion 'o : .the squa: wil
tl .T grew,.' rt g .hbrouh so here we ae wait niuv
I s ar ved "r from. d rn inr Jestn InU UL L Io raph n o tel..hro u lh so the a re wait-Buyt one 50-cent green package of continue to, sC",-n 171d ftmri,2',
t-igh, ti;; I UUIIPLLa Gallery h,,h. Please send m T, Journal "ain a e Powern if are h, I(.V't '11 o i
O`rap h l .ct entirely satisffled notify us and ported. 1'iii. 5 I 'ti t .: t :t
hugh and hi Wl Be Reopeed About Oct. 1st i l .v as I want to kelwe will promptly refInl your money. the m s uitos vi, n av ;e
hai" for an, ei i d on the -llow f(r. I would Sold by all leading S'Ir;ggists, or mall sily becon., infe.':<(o '.v litiit:g ,'--
ickels and dimes. -. anylhini to hear from there thiS price 50 cents. White, Flesh, Brunett, i lo- fever patients during ti tirs '
even the executive committee had no Horning. l soon prepared only by three days of te:'r illness can be des-
| 0 w it happened one oty when 'twas quorum. Consequently no delegates Your friend, NATIONAL TOILET CO., Paris, Tenn.h proved Twenty adi;.onal men are
Btormy and gray, will be elected and this chapter will, wanted this morning to help screen
I seen 'er a-wseping alone by the not be represented at San Francisco, I mother, Mrs. Goodman and the other and fumigate. Thof);e desiring p,)s:-
ea. at the annual Convention early in a.y tions will call at the office of Dr.i pa:t-
b. what can I do for ye, Annabel October. Miss Katie Caro is sti in Albama children escorted by Mr. Dudle rnn, West Government St.
4 w ee aa' o with Mrs. Elwood do la Rita. and her FSaunders went home several days at 7 a. m.
k er polite, and he wers. FREELA COINGTON ars Capt. and Mrs. T. S. Care ago. Mrs. Vickers remaining at 7 a.
I rks er polite and se answers, FREELA DCVINGTON are spending Sertermber on igA with her little son who has now ha;o-
eys she: At CS-. John's Chapel iast evening Bayou. pily so far recovered that a few days FEEL IMPENDING DOOM.
at s" en o'clock. Miss Kate Preeland of mountain air will quite restore him. The feeling of impending doom in
S l. hk, repr to and r. A. D. Covington were marri rs W. A. Blount will leave in a the minds of many victims of Bright's
-a Rbt T. Jenkns, of Tioy is the presence of a number of in few days for Nashvile and later will Mr. Dtudley Hunt and sister Miss disease and diabetes has been chang-
Lod be T. Jen n ofed friends and rlaves. gc to Athens Ga. Cora are enjoying life in Athens, Ga. ed to thankfulne-.s by the benefit ne-
aboiard- Rev. V. W. Shield officiated. gC to Athens. Ca.
--Rev. V. Shield officiated. rived from taking Foley's Kidney
to, mitr, swm and o oer rs. Covington, as Miss Kate ifree- rs. Elmer Acton's r.:any Pensacola Mr. C. U. Robinson and family Cure. It will cure incipient Bright's
Sfeth to your Annabel Sueh and. ws one of the handmest friends will be interested to learn bave removed from 319 West Gads- diabetes and even in ih-, worst cases e
adored ye you women in the city and alwa tha her young daughter Miss Maude l .'on to 17 East Jackson where they gives comfort and reli-f. Slight dis-
aore" pular having a large circle of Eisner was marrie-' last Wednesday are now residing, orders are cured in a few days. "I
friends of whom she was the center to Mr. John Mason and went at once had diabetes in its worst form," writes
t did as he ldy h id Mr. A. D. Covington alo has a host to San ran:so whence they ail That Montgomery, Ala.. judge, who Marion iLe of DIiunrah, i
Torm and the gate.r of friends and is well knw'n through this week for the Philipines. sentenced a man who:'confessed that tried eight physicians with reli, : Only
sw tom t he hipthare ,ut fthe State. No reen t h wekni pas he had whipped his motherinlaw, to three bottles of Fole.'s Kidnet Cure
B liafriad- pa es on l-ed wore auspicious for the happy. Mr and M Tnry Hall left Sat a "fine of one cent and costs," may made ime a well n an W. A.'
r in to be reskied b Ma- pa s, and the entire urdav night over the Souhern Rail have had a comic (?) aper exper- D'Alemberte, Druggist and Apothe-
Yeregoing to be reskied by Mari- ty unites in a on voyage on lit ay' for Hawoo' White Sulphur ce himself and knew what the cary.
rJallourney to Mr. Covinton and his- Springs, West Virgin-a.-Mobile Reg- "domestic" cost would be to the "wil-
handsome wifa.Ja(ksonvillMetropiser.d retble
1en the vesse- I hove with a push lsomIl wif-Jaksonil Metro ister lian." Matter Indotructile.
and a h An essential property of matter, but

anM e; yo r lrs d tder be redlted nor destroyed. On the
d I cart' h, r'.bodily straight for NO $STICK CANDY THERE. yest-rday for Ashevile, N.C.conipanied by their atetty little niece
the shore, ye"terdaanforrAsheville, N.gC. Mrs. perflcial obervation, like those of ex-



lHn ^ir Ro!.er: T from the vessel lik( K- es. Can't go,: a ,!ecent Miss Ruby Oertive daughter of Mr Mrs. Benjamin Robinbon anri baby.. surface facts seem to contradi.t this
l ,mbe1 h T- fr- p he aA bringg ought and arnn sck candy. Char MKenzie Oerting left Sun of Centur are visiting her sister aerton, for ny prtiular portion of
t Sue lk at me wih a took ny oo "rb." ay noon for Tolo. .. t sped the Mrs. C. U. R nson in this ity, while matter may e decompsistc ed and resolv-
o' rero, "iWeli. I am hungry now. so will winter wih her unie, Mr. tHamrl Mr. Benjamin Robinson As in Texas ed ento itx constituent parts so that It
nter sas Sue it was cawrng up and (; my milk. And-wre Oerting and family. .in the interest of his health, sebms to have dsapperee, bent cause the
less of you-ei a he fun we can out of iorm under which we knew it is noei
You've otR my poor Robert T. Jvessel ow I wish I could see my boy." Miss ,-phia Holmes left yRdterday Mrs. C. E. Blackmar Mof New Yrrk.rprent. In reality, however, no a t
kins al ee for a protracandy.e stay in Nashville. has written to a friend requesting hi sten etion, for any Particular Portio ,
e r b hm'.N.... .. . .. dhnt mi in the mpan std it of i so".tin

jec_- Iar _M-s. i-At- __r4 dm-nuionin ae tutre-t


Dear Mrs. R-Aftr quji'e a tire-
'Aad that is me tale." said old Marin some rip. I with mI f,:. na p ,Mr. g t
or Hale arrived he:e Saturday P M. B. g t;
a l b y to bring us t on, )f tow -) titon v-o
As he sat with a b1ttle o'gin in his a boat 'going us p thf rw er.n '
hand got a boat going up the r;ver. W\V
Trve turtIed with gales anj I've rts catan, as far a- we l'll"'d on it. t"'
eled with whales- amnie he "t o-war". I ha s-,:ch a
sled with whales- ..-'asan: trip on thr l':,t.t I hau-d t.,
But the moods o" them swimming I "lave it. espe.on as I ht have to,
can't un lerstand oave it, espe":a;i a I -ht have to
-We lace Irwin in Tom r Watons
Magazine. ...


,00 MEETING OF
MS, AOLA CHAPTER U. 0. C.
The wgula, monthrh!y meeting of
V eBmeaola ('Chapor. U D. C wili no!
be lo be this af:ern,,>u. as so many of
f memb ,rs art' ow, of town thati


, Tk Gulf City Maret
Bylen and lntendencia.
L m Fiigim, Prfepretr
UMATS AND VEGETABLES, POUL
TRY AND GAME IF SEASON.
FREE DELIVERY.
PHIL JONES. MANAGER
PHONE 895.

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to secure rooms for herself anti
Mrs. E. L. Viekers and little son'daughter while the fleet is here next
Hawkins of Tipton. Ga.. left yesterday spring.
no,,n for home after an extended visit
wlh her cousin and family Mr. and A Wise Clergyman.
Mrs. .. R. Snunders They will be Farmer Hornbeak-Tell ye right
joined in Vianta by Mr. Vic-ers and' nrow. Elder Post is a )rertty smart"
z., to Ashville. N. C. for a week or- man H- went over to Whillersvillc
(n days before going home. Her -ysterday and married a red-headed
widow with six childrn-
Farmer Honk--Hoh! I don't see


The Jounal/'s Daily Fashion Feature


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LADIES' SHIRRED WAIST.
This new model is golng to be :n r.:c. It -tnade of while china silk
great favor the coming season, ju d- wi'h ti, collar and sleeve facings ef
ing from the demand by all the fas!;- a: over la-hre wieh a dep shirred yoke
ionable modistes who are employing a,,,, eda. n wil] l enI a dainty finish.
::!As design In making up the outfit of and a deep crush girdle may also be
n any of the smart set. It is a very' used. Lawn. swiss, batiste, taffeta
appropriate model for street and thea-j and many other materials are suitable
iT, ",ar. a? we.: as shopping and rid-i for the design.


anything smart about that.
Farmer Hornbeak-\ e don't? Meb-
by that's h'cuz I forgot to say that he
married her to another man.-Tom
Watson's Magazine.
They never disappoint-aBlite R!-'
bon Lemon and Vanilla Extracts. At
all good grocers.


Notice, Contractors and Builders
Bids will he received for the erc--
tion of a three story br!ck building o:.
the S. E. corner of Guillamarde and La
Rue streets, city for Florida Lodge
No. 2491. and Es.ambia Lodge No.
3738, G. U. 0. of 0. F. S. Plans and
specifications may be seen at the of-
fice of C. H. Alston's, 12 W. Roman.
street. All bids must be in not ia,"r
then 6 o'clock p. m. on September IS,
1905. The committee reserves the
right to reject any and all bids. B1is
must be left at the office of C. H. Als-
ton's. Plans and specifications must
not be moved from said office.
STEPHEN WILLIAMS,
R. T. THOMAS. Secretary.
Chairman.
SseptlOt.


Whet Your Appetite
and then come to
the Old Reliable


Nick's


Restaurant.

where the best is
always obtainable.

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


matter has taken pl.ace. One proof of
this is easll afforded by combustion.
If we nllow a piece of wood or coal or
any combustible solid body to "burn
away," there will, as we all know. be
ashes remaining. If while the ec)initis-
tlon is going on we take means to pro
serve not only the ashes, but also every
part of the body which would ordinari-
ly be dissipated, as smoke and stear.m,
and then weigh all the different sub-
stances, solid, litluid or gaseous, that
we have obtained, we shall find the
combined weights eitial to the original
weight of the I)ody itself.


The Illory In Enaland.
It is ditio.ult to realize that as late
as June 2 13S8',: so barlhn;rolis a pun-


ishment as that of ttho p:il)ry wa;s still
- inflicted. One P',ter .Jnn'.s lBossy stool
in the pillory In the old Batley on that
day for perjury and was the last of
a long line of victlih:t, for it was abol-
ished inimedlately afterward Origi-
nally, like most mndiaeval punish-
ment, It was lIntenrdild more as a dis-
grace than as a l:slily discomfort, but
a crowd that would wtelih all night to
gloat over a public hanging in the
morning naturally ldid not spare the
victims of the iillory, who sometinies
died from the treatment they received.
More humane was the punishment f,,r
perjury In 141R, when the offenders
were merely sentenced to ride from
Nen-gate to Coruhill with paper miters
on their heads. But they knew a thing
or two In the middle ages, and no
doubt there was a street boy even in
14(8S.-London Chronicle.


Camse. of Cancer.
"I could see no reason for the prev-
alence of cancer among the backwoods-
men of North America," says an Eng-
lish writer. "The other day, however,
I happened to read in an account of
the backwoods of Canada that the lum-
bermen maintain their remarkable
powers on buckwheat cakes served
with molasses, potato plis. baked
beans, white bread, pork and bacon.
So far good, but that tef, black as Ink,
sweetened with molasses or sugar
house alrup, is always n(-qr the fire by
day and by night and Is used In vast
quantities. Here we have the rich nu-
triment and the great excess of stewed
tea and the excess of sugar, cor-
responding to the excessive beer and
exce!wtre caff'e of parts of Holland.,
Scandinavia, Switzer!and. Baden an wl
Bavaria, In all of whi .h cancer Is ex-
ceedlngly prevalent."


MAXWELL HOUSE,
AUSTELL, GA.

WRITE FOR RATES.

WILL E. MAXWELL.


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GET NEXT, QUICK!


THE CHOICE OF ANY OF OUR LADIES'


OXFORDS
, ~..FOR..


Your pick of any of the Strap Sandals.
Patents or Plain Leathers, all


$2.50 Grade Now For $1.75.


COME QUICK AND GET A PAIR
OR MORE.


MEYER SHOE CO.,


102 South Palafox Street.


Feet Furnishers For Folks.


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( tThe attention of merchants and advertise
f in general is directed to the fact that Ti
Journal's WEEKLY EDITION is now read I
practically every reader in the county outsi
of the city who does not take the daily.
Advertisements in the DAILY reach pra
tically all of the city people and a large part
the country peoples but an advertisement:
both the DAILY and the WEEKLY will rea
all of them-both city and country.
THE WEEKLY JOURNAL is a comply
tion of the local and telegraphic news whc
has been published in the daily during ti
week, and it reaches every subscriber in tin
for him to read on Sunday.
No Pensacola merchant who deslre
the country trade can afford to stay .
of The Weekly Journal.
It is mailed to subscribers tor $1.00 p
year, and practically every voter in Escamb
county reads it.


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The Journals Classified Cash Advertisements


neo adv1rtamI w taken h w s mthan 260.


pei l rates by the mosth.


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For s so.
FOR SALE OR RENT.-Black top
tent, 2SxGO feet. Splendid for par-
ties to camp out of town. Address P.
0. Box 446, city.


REALTY

BARGAIN


FOR SALE OR RENT.-10 room $7 0flfl
house ani 120 acres 6f good laud $75V.0-0
located at Gonzalez, Fla. Either to- Will buy this week a new well buui!t
gether or separately. Terms reasaer.- house, including 3 lots, all fenced, sit-
able. House may be rented temper uated on corner I blocks from car line
arily. Apply at W. L. Zachrey's o?- in West End; nicely painted and barmi
flee. 3 sept. oiled on inside.
FOR SALE.-Cabin launch 44 ft long
10 ft. beam. 24 inches draught, $10,000.00 to Loan at 7 and 8 per
speed 8 miles hour; 18 H. P. Barber cent.
gasoline engine in good order; will
seat 40 passengers; sell at sacrifice
taken at once. W. A. Smith. 238 W. YOUR BUSINESS SOLICTED..
Government St. 15auglm
FOR SALE.-I am Florida State Ageat
for Fire and Burglar Proof Safes and S BRiDO^ M t (^r.
Vauk Fixtures of all descriptions ,L o S .* B 5 & C
manufactured by Alpine Safe ani .
Lock Company of Cincinnati, Ohio. 200 Theisen BId'g
Communicate with me for prices and
terms before buying elsewhere. Scar. ""WE SELL LOTS"
-Itt Moreno. Pensacola Fla. I


4*ALRm.I weMr na "28June.
W. i l.. .... LLZO Scre"7. FOR SALE.-Soda fountain, stock c
I S.EBU1VA VMre.a d M KNOWUm mr. Treasunr. confectioneries and cigars, locate
ae~"604%Sam m ea el~~o)n Palafox street. Can be had at ba
16 S thl Pealato tet PnNeola, Flia. | gain if purchased at on:e. Apply E
_caambia Realty Co. 15Sauj
,... FOR SALE.-Nice new cottage (
A L WAN roorrBs and hali) between Palaf3
WANTE HELP WANTED 'and Baylen streets on Jordan St
.. .. wtot~D -- :near Saunt-rs Mill; easy terms. Al
WAnTD-Board by couple without WAN"ED--Pirst-class teacher for ply t J. W. West at Saunders Mill.
ld&ren; location oWt be In edge first saeistant teacher's place in 22augl1m*
ag city and near car line. Address Chipley High School. Address Prof. FOR SALE.-Old papers only 10 cen:
*,-aAs," care Journal. 10ep3t L. D. McRae, Marianna, Fla. per hundred. Goad fcr wrapping
PLUTOI PLUTO! 10septlw. paper and to put under matting. A
Ko your system in ood ondito AN .- ents make $6 daily sell- clean and nice. Journal occe.
.0" you need not fear any disease, ing the cheapest and most perfect Do you value your health? If s4
at the great stoma bch healer Jaor Water Flter ever invented. oKtails use our pure Blend of Coffee "Dewey
t, hdlale and retail, at $2.00. Big profit. Exclusive terri- and "Schly. New Orleans Grocer
aHasrh. story. Seneca Filter Co., Seneca, Mo. Co., Jas. McHugh, Prop. aug 3
TWA D.-b trmt or ay imroved 12seRtlOt* We have been with you in Pensact
n.m ot more than miles northWANTW D.-Cook. one who can milk la since 1874, and still intend to sta
.r west PMnsaoO.a with 1 to preferred. Apply to Mrs. J. W. With you and serve you with the ben
'$5 acre of land in cultivation. ume, Coons, No. 1375 E. Gadsden street of groceries at lowest Anai
,tioe HItto, Holts, Fla. septm 10septlwe ket prices. New Orleans Grocer
N A HUAL, contracting painters OWANTD.-A ., Jas. McHugh, Prop. aug2
and decorators. Vine varnishing erto oerat e a Challner Pwer ROW GINSENG. Large pro u
and lntishing. Sign painting a spe- Ma chine Address the Jh Mca Room in your garden. Roots for sale
city. Residence phone 240. 29aug. kill Co., Freeport, FIla. lseptt Write today for literature. Bucking
M...., FarW Crear willFh rum Ae -l.... e ham's Ginseng Garden, Zaneasville, C
JMe c Ac wf -h isno 1mls hisery, e6 WANTlD.-Bimfnt young man able to llaug3mos.
S o te thpatronage o all form-; influence large orders for well MOR SALE-South half block 211
S-t interested in O known brtnud of whiskisr Address d nting 400 feet on 13th street, b
hoserysend postal card and she will with particulars; references sad ,137% feet on Bay Vew Park; at
sl wth samples, or phone 147. terms. W. Hughes, 7 Corps Buildin. south half of block 212, fronting 404
.. .m Preesons Row, Liverpool, England feet on 14th St., by 137!, feet on Ba)
auagm 5 sepi3t. View Park. The only property adjoin
WAiTrrD.-You to know that you c&a Ing Bay View Park that is now fol
a ny ice, clean old papers at this WANTI .-Trustworthy man to man- sale. The beautiful view down th<
oeo c eap. I age branch office and distributing d". bayou and down the bay can never be
-vybod to know that pot for large manufacturer. Salary tr obstructed. A. V. Clubba. 8$0J
our Blead of Coffee may be imitated commissions and expenses. Appler FOR ALE.-My residence on Eas
but can't be equaled. New Orlean must have good references and $100 Hill, either including whole bloal
Gorcery Co. Jas. McHugh Prop. cash, capital secured. Experience us. of twenty lots 40x137 1-2 feet each of
au0 ecessary. Add ress"Manufacturer quarter block of five lots. Apply a
WANTED.-The public to know that 21 West Atwater t,, Detrot, Mich. my office, Thiesen Building for furt
we are pioneer Coffe Roasters of Ssep:. er particulars. C. W. Hagerman.
,Florla. New Orleans Grocery Co, 24auglm.
Ja. MeHugh,. Prop. aug20 WANTED-The people of Pensacola FOR SALE OR RENT.-New 7-room
ItOOMERS WANTED at No. 17 West to cease worrying. Let The Journal house at Goulding; large yard
lasa street, city. 2aug6we Want Ads solve the problem for you. shade trees, near railroad, fifty fee
They are expe-t detectives, and can well and outhouses. A good bargain
WANTIDi.-The Merchaata Traaste fini the man you are looking for if Apply to postmaster, Goulding Fla.
Co. wants your moving and hauling, he is included in the 25,000 or 30,000 22 aug3w*
All breakage guaranteed. T. B. Thou people which makes the population o f B -Seco-hand e
Oen Prop. Phone 978. 18junelm. Pensacola.Ocask
Steer is perfect condition. Will .ell
We want everybody 'o know that we Any intelligent person may earn a cash or or, time. A real bargain. Can
are wholesale and retail grocers and good income corresponding for nows- be seen at James McHugh'sa 23mn
till at the old stand. New Orleans Papers; no canvaasing; experience FOR SALE-Good paying grocery
.Groery McHugh, Prop. unortMe 7. BSad for ia -tL cure ro. cheap rent store, living rooms in
Northern Press Syndicate, Lockpor connection. Store doing good cash
wANT YD-Tour electric work of all N. 3jnn3a business. Household furniture also
kiads. Let us clean your fans, re- WANTED.-Agents in different ooun- ior sale. Reasons for selling, am leave'
a r dw ynamo, do your wiring, etc. ties in Florida to handle Alpine Safe inr city on account of sickness. Tele
abm 57 P aescola Blectric Co, and Lock Co. Fire and Burglar Proof phone 1064. llauglw*
.0orsr nlatmemale ad Dwaylen streetsSafes and Vault FiXtures of every
eJuonal'an decriptioa. Writ* e for terms. FOR o SAL--Beautiful block in New
annlawn, ,scrrittiMor ie Pensaorla, te. City. Tract No. 312. For cash $600.
AbIT~MD-.Uao m tnmterida Scarritt Moreno. Pensacoa, Fla.. Flor- Apply to A. MSt. McMillan, Court Housa.
wesrt. O e o phse 363. Residence ida State Agent 28june. laug
S3W. Acosta & White, 22-2g N. BAY HOTBtL-Open night and day. GO TO TURTON for all .1*es ims.
2meh, European plan. Rooms 'ight and Cameras loaded and unloaded 4 ree
,V 0 d'stfor T1e Journagre lean. Transuient trade ;olicted, 75 of rchasrge. He makes best photo,
ps al pes acowa& an4 ranama C an 579 South PalafoZ. Jos. S. NK'ol grphybe in Le south. 82 years a lea.
agm. whkih will shortly appear. s. or. 1
wVm .tes half-tone pictures of city. .
barlbr sat speeal satea 15 centa WALL TINTS by experts; results
IeAve orders at Journal ofce. Forf ale guaranteed. Fairchild and Rice. Phone
''ATLiD--4ecOnd-ha5d Corn. Oat 0a5 12julylm
soseed Meal w s cka ust 0 of CRICKZN WHEAT product gSs Fe)R SALE.-Two pair extra fine
town asipments solcited. Wrtoe a%. Makes fowls espelally well flavor.s, yourg mule., sound and in good
F. 8. Molle & SOamarenslim Te cheapest food to be found. F. & condition. Also one 2-horse Stude-
AL B NHAM wants your moving Mellen A Co., Phone 834. loct baker wagon.,W. S. Garfield. 4june.


ad hallg. e guarsatees all break.
age. Phene n
SMOOJD--MAND FULRNTUiK Houe
held Article. Jewlry aad any sale
aMe Arftke vetoed. We pay cask;
for IL Address P. Box 38. City.

TH3 RENTAL BUSL kLSS tIs our'
seIalty ad you& r bysinM wIU,
have caretl attento. D. Hale Wil


Fro REvNT


FOR RaN -12 rom ho-se. cornrr
Mayne and Wri42t stre-ts. Aply
W. 8. Garfield 2.aug.


FOR RENT.-Sma.l farm I bloc
side city limits on county
roM, with sp: rkoorK house:; wnd
water pipes :n yard and all t
house. Rent reasonable. Apple
M. McCle':an, az F-.rt Nariona:
PensacUla. 2CI
FOR RENT.-3 rooms at 400 W
den St 13a
FOR RENT-Lorraine House,
Bayne and Belmont street..
W. S. Garfield.
FOR RNT -Resi den ct lately
espied by Dr. W. S. Hall, No. I
IARUa street Apply to IL M.
43 S. Palaefo e.eetL
FOR RENT-Twenty-room Ious
mer Barracks and Zarrauossa
Saltable for boarding house.
to Mr. M. J. Moreno. 1]4 iast


ck ucI-
harl
d mill.
through
y %.
Ban k.
aunlm
T. Gar-
lu lw


ed
r- FOR SALD--One lot of fine show
s- cases, especially adapted for miAi
g. linery purposes or for drug store;1
4 also one lot of counters and fiAne
SFrench plate glass mirrored. E. L.
x ReesE 118 South Palafox. 2sep
p- FOT SALE1-Shingles and -wood. Mil
. Just west of Musoogeo wharf. C. L.
Creighton. 10sept2m


WE ARE STILL
doing business at 204% S. Palafo% St.
and not running from fever. Rents -
collected. Real estate bought and "C
sold. I
We advise you to stay in towa, but
whether you go or stay let us collect
your rents.
Everything in the real ,state busl-
ness receives prompt attention.

LESLIE E. BROOKS
-0
Board and Rooms. f
FOR kBNT.-Furnished rooms out-1
side of infected district. Apply to
805 W. Belmont street, city. ;
12septlw*
ROOMS AND BOARD-Several large
rooms for rent with or without board
directly on water front, suitable for '4
light housekeeping. Apply Mrs. Ret- (
singer, Fisherviile. Phone 933.
sept.
WAJTV-n 4 fnm hnsrAJI- 4- T. ft


Refugees From Pensacola

can place their property in our hands for
ICoeiM On of Rents, .Pay-
ment of Taxes, keeping it prop.
early Inswred or Disposing of
same. We are tere to stay,
fever or no fever, and any busi.
ness entrusted with us will receive
caretul attention.
Co-respondence solicited.

! Those. C. Watson & Co.,

S Leading Real Estate, Rental and Insurance Agents,
- Cor. Palafox and garden Streets, Pensacola, Fla.


WAN D.-A eIew boardiers In pr!Tate
family; convenient to railroa -ahops o @ W t
and on street car liae; large rooms, -
with privilege of use of baths and t"l- : D D
phone. Address D. C. S.. care Jour- jry DIREC ORY
u_ hfOal Directory. DIRECTORY
PARTIES who want to rent houmsC
teams or aythin e for t& PATTILLO CAMPB3LL. CENTRAL TRADES COUNCIL.
matter. w The Joura WaAttonteytLaW There will bet a meeting fle
aewIll find The Journal Wat AttorneypatLaw. body on the first and third JPdn*s.
Ads a great elp. ..... ..--


FOR SALA-At a seertSea., mlt re Money tO Loan.
store, stock and acounta. Call a ..
188-140 3a Intendencia. ia: DO YOU WANT to borrow money la
FOR Ajg l-ZOn Choice block oi top amounts from $500.00 up? We have
of the ridge east of the electric $10,000.00 to loan at 7 and 8 per cent.
railway, between 7th and 8th strets. interest. TMos. C. Watson & Co. au
Nature has favored this section and It
cannot be duplicated. A. V. Clubbs. MONZT TO LJNA--Oa good rea -
PLUTO! PLUTO! tate sMerity, or on good collateral,
Keep your system In good condition at lowebs rat i lie
and you need not fear any disease.; u B
Pluto, the great stomach healer, for: MONZY LOANED d w &a af
sale, wholesale and retail, by Jas. kISas st personal property. Daabie
McHugh. weekly or monthly. When y & a4
lI-ALL--14room house. oraer gaonew se me. J. W *, 21 W.
lo, 8 blocks from Palafox, lot 9t GoveOnMent street. Satelsbur bull ing
198 an ear line. For particulars la. gom .* 34se
irl ot Standard Clothing Co. MONET iLAND on good ra
IS&tat e security Isn an hmoun A
FORl SALE CHEAP-My three-year. IWalO VUa 4 0&


old Berkshire herd oear, Duke of
SFlorida, No. 68,92Z. Also some fine
young pigs. 1 six-months-old boar, aU
registered and transferred. Carl Set-
terlund. Chlpley, Fla. 18jly
. F6R BAI --klll the germs of fever-
r order a barrel of slack lime to-day.
SPhone 367. 4aug1lm

t Mlsfineous


My wtte Asving idtt my bed sad and


MONWT LOANID on ail kinds of pep
sona property on short aotleu
Terms eay. J. W. Bullard,. atair
28% South Palafox St., Phone 1144
5no0
VUNIAMTE aimuuOan or mo, to I~
ea all kinds o pwmerMal Prerty
upeital rate to bsaaes *B ea large
loaM. Ne Tork La a Oo, 024%


Room 405 Thlesen Building.

THOSE. PEILEry,
LAW. REAL ESTATE. LOANS AND
COLLECTIONS
PALAFOX AND ROMANA.
PHONE 569.

J. P. STOKES,
Attorneyand Counsellor at Law
108 East Government Street.
General Law Practioe.

QGEORGE DOUVILLE,
ATTORN EY-AT-LAW.
Room 50 Thieen B'Id. Phone 74

WELSH & SMITH,
DENTISTS.
Fisher Building, 204%4 South Palatex
Street
PHONE 625.

DR. JNO. A. TILLER,
DentiUL.


Room 8, Brent Bullding.


Phone, a&


board, 1 am no longer responsible for .a....9. paW-3..h.
any debts encurred by her. Paul *
Peters, Hard Road, Goulding. 408 S. PALAFOX ST. F. M. WILLIAMS,
i12septlw* MO y TO JOAIN ON DIAMONDM CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
WJ Cbala. RSa s a"d all kdd4 Office, Brosnaham building, next
a PIANO TUNING. t oeuwrity at lowet rate 4t to Pensacola Business Colletge
I I worked at this 14 years in Mobile, laterest Bas tas unr4eAme Prompt attention always given
t Aia. I will satisfy you in price ani P *14 to business. Pensaeolo. la.
* quality of work. J. Conrad Scott, 244 to loan, in amounts of
East Gregoty St. 'Pensacola. 10 000.00 and up at 7 and 8
29augim i $500.00 and up at 7 and 8
29aug *per interest. Thos. C. Watson THE
i Z)ld newspapers are goodd for many & C(o. 6aug
things. You can get lots of them SHORT LINE
R cheap by calling at this office. e u
a ki.Su.A MAIALL, JNAMi--iood convoy. Foun ....to....
, ance for traveling public. Daily ser. --^ IC
R vice each way. From Chipley to Bay. IPJOTND.-A few days ago, a package? j Wi 0orba nd Northwest
head. Address J. M. Tuggle, Chipley of letters and papers were found;
0 42f4ach also certircate of discharge for J. W. Via
REAL ESTAT. iKanen. Owner may have L.em by Chicago, Omaha, St. Louis and Kansas
*RAL SBTATl In all parts of eity. paying for this ad. City is the
Yo buy the gronnd and we will
tbuUld your house on long time pay. FOUND.--One black ox branded J. H., Union Pa ific
mmnS 1. Hale WilsonA & C marked with a cr3pand split and un-, Union PaciC
TAILORIN0-&. I Diamond, Tailor. der bit in one ear and over square in and connections, with through sleeping
Gent's clothing cleaned, premed and other. Owner can obtain s ame by a, cars.
nalred on short notce. No. 1l ying to C. P. Gonzalez, Bohemia, la One-way colonist rates on sale from
West Government iL. Pensacola, 25aug1m* September 15th to October 31st. 1905
West14 d- -__ To California, Oregon, Washington.
FoR-- ON] DOLLAR ANS-* -- i -I Montanu, Utah, etc.
SD special round trip rates to Califor-
CENTS per head, we will haul out i nia and the Lewis & Clark EBpost.
dead horses, cows, oetc. Leave orders P
al. 136 East Intendencia. Herring LST.--Coat from No. 900 E. LaRua tion at Portland, Oregon, until Sep-
Bis. Stfelb street, south on 9th ave. to Wright timber 28th.
6AILMAKER. street, thence to Palasfox, north to Ask for through rate from your
J. H. PORTER, sallmaker. 716 South Saunders Mill, on Hard Road. Prob- station and secure literature. In.-
SPalafex street. Orders taken fo: ably contained some valuable paper; J. F. VAformation freely given.
tents, aewints. camp stools and house if found return to Journal office and J. F. VAN RhSECl kWR,
cots. etc. Prices reasonable. ailas get reward. sept. General Aet
1 3 P e a'.. t r e S i t t e l 8 t a a s


--- .... ...........G. W. LY,T.P.A.


SWalter S. ooton,
I General Dealer In


IF YOU ARE LEAVING THE CITY failed

Let us attend to the collection of your RENTS. We intend to CYCLES REPAIRED.
stick by the post of our duty and make the Interest of our CYCLES FOR RENT.
clients our first consideration. Do not lose faith in your in- : wir Safes, CU RegisosL e, Typs
brellas repaired.
vestments or sacriffoe your home. Penseoole reel estate Is 0 Lawn Mowers, scissors, Knivwe.
eta.. sharpened.
worth as much to-day as it ever was. We offer Most complete line if keys In the
worth city.
Try Hooton's Messenger erve
A Nice Investment, Corner House on 7th Avenue, rents for 7 J when in a hurry to send message
per month, house in first-class oonditlon, 12 EAST INTENDENCIA ST.
-. SIRONI oue o Eat elmnt treta icehoe, tf 2I mo ITDNCA 9T~.


.... A SIx-Room House on East Belmont street, a naloe home, at g
Apply Money at the lowest market rates of interest on improved or

, o vacant real estate.

Ca THE FISHER REAL ESTATE AGENCY
, co0- 206 South Palafox Street. Phone 87.
street.
Apply
vm IILIIV1%VVV$1v $vtVrefI


PHONE 113].


aftiST AND CORN MMAL MILLX
O. I.. -O &- 00G __U_
CHOICE MEAL AND PURM GROUND
STOCK FBSae
BMy yaWr U e stas VAMd ftr
the bome sMaumtarr, meaetms
bome aduty. tba hto mo
labto, d wlesv yew momw IM w
otur.


days of each month at 7:0 Ap I. LAU
delegates are requested to be pre9*
ent Z. W. ROBERTS.
W. LI DALAY, President
Secretary.
Pensacota "dso No. K. L of P
Leets every Monday evening at 1:4i
O'cock at the.r Castle Hall. BoMat
Watson buildili corner Palafox aad
Garden streets Visiting brethren tOP
dally welcome.
.J H. BRWrONQ. a0.
R. HORSLEW. K. of IL & A
Rathbone LAdge *a
So I. ot P.. mes t ry
4. nT 'rsday evening at 8:0
o'clock la their MOs
ha1. thIrd tlooro Bleaw
Wrato basll am, smth.
4wet corner Palatf "ad
Garem streets ValdUnt kMlm te
ordafly wwcne4
A & CERUTI. C, .
C. J. L Ay, K. of A
Knights of Columbuse
Meetings oe the
Knights of Colaubws
ar,' held at their bag,
No. 8 West latseaui
ela street, on e
Monday evenly a
7:30 o'clock. Aan *
vTtation is exte"
to visiting Knlghts.
JOHN B. JON=.
EDM. FOX. Grand Katft
Recorder.
Penesoela LAM POf 4 L O. O p
Pensacola Lodge No. 4. L 0. O0.
meets every Thursday eveailg at j:;
at the now bahal o Weot 3(tm
street. Vistlings brethreft
invited. T. G. *I
B. I. WITKOvaIKI, Secreajy.
REBFKAH *SISTrR
Naom Lodge N&1 10, abea h
ts meets every M efa aswg
I o'clock la L O. 0. 0P. &
lung atero sordially Iv it
present. UIB. B. IDeTHAAYu
MlIS MANMIC R MAN N. ,

M. a. B. A. No. 81 meets gfl r
third Wednesday eveanbn at 7 -
m., Rafford Hall No. 10 Wet It
dencia Street.
A. G pLL,gPres
J. LI SWEENT. BSee.


W.O.W.
lJve Oak Cap No. 1. W. 0. *
meets In Pythian Hall let adm
Weqnesdays tu each mouth. Vialtf
sovereigns o-dially lvritd.
P. A. BOOrIC 0. 0.
LZSLI U. BROOKS. Clerk.
W. 0. W. C., Oak Grove, No. A
Woodmen Circle meets every The1p.
day evening 3:80. third Sflwr Blot
WILtson building, sathwest corm
Palafox and Garden streets. Visftl
sovereigns cordially Invit'd. Mrs. W.
A Smith Clerk: Mrs Mr R O ltm


, .. .... --
Guardian.
-



STEA MCR TAlRPN
W. G. BARROW, Maade.
FIRST-CLAS8 PASSENGER AI
FReIGHT SERVICE
-Betwea--
pfrgi COLA, MOBILE, APALAO
COLA, CARRABELLE. ST. A*
DREWS, MILLVaLLL
And all points en St. Aedraews
Carrabelle and Apala juocela.
SCHEDULa
Laave Pensacola Sunday, 18:3
. for Mobile, Ala.
Leave Pensacola, Tuesday. 1:3 I
a. for S:- Andrews, MillvtIle 4A
lsc'nlcola, Carrabelle and Intormema
points.
For additional Inform: lon i
J. R. SAUND23S
R. R. COBB, Preeig
Gen. Frt. and Pass. Agt
Pensacola, FlJa.


W. B. WRIGHT & 0
Manufacturers of
and Dealers in
LUMBER. LATHS. SAWED t,,PRMB
SHINGLES AND KILN-
DRIED SAPS.


U


Have a Definite Object!

Every man should hawe 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
eannomy. Money paid on a home is an ever-
present security and

Does Away With Rent Days.
We cn start you right



Pensacola Investment Co.


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A s WorthaMODIFCT OF RBL ESTATE


TLe okamy uh


letter


if he has a r-Od rlof,'eFs e(-
tlflg 1. ;.,.* 1na~ --t
is b II r; cY c,\P' :nriuncir-
:~zod.. -Mar:v Merl
In In!: -'it anad Wct
c-in I.-I n, them-
Wv'es b, .lby rg one of our


uaran Leed


Suits.


A!' Fi7es and hundr
paferns fr .n, which tc
your f:: on The
R l'1:abla :b the
pla fo (:.'";!c o':
for me( w','i v knw w6h
want aud arc bound
it.


John Whi,
Outfitter to Men and
205e207 S. Palafo
Phone 225.


Pabst


Blue Ribbo

B Mottle Be
has no equaL
Sold everywhere.

8.A. Friedn
Wholesale Distribut
ader in Importedi
and Liquors.
PHONE 17M
ta. 231 SOUTH PALAFOX
*EtYSACOLA. FLA.


6 for 5
i-;ands for .!-\ % ,o) '', :


Od Hickory Whis
FOR $5.C3 CASH.
4 for $3.20
f:a;:i' ( ~:ur bottles
HY-LO WHISK


l Ivered i;repia :, at par of Wes:
'*r !a
-THE COLDEST BEER-PABST--ON
DRAJOGHT.
ja thing in the, Wt -ky and Wine
Lxne in :'(Tk ;*;' iric,'s io
$"11.- '' '1 )t V

AMorris Dannheisser
12 West Zarragossa Street.
N. B ] a' 'i, a- c'nnec< '
Wth theb firm of I;an>ni:(<. '.: Bro..


I U liflIML


Tobacco



Smoke


Drives

Away


Mosquitoes.


Smoke and Be


Protected.


LMI ITER


MINISTER 11


17 x


IS THE KING
OF ALL


5c CIGARS.

TRY ONE!


Lewis Bear


Co.

Agents.


REGULATIONS


WANTED


Big Kick Registered When the New
Regulations Were Placed
Into Effect.


A''lhough many resid :t. of the
count';. s irrounling h.i ,en ki'
Inc loud and vigorous or oniome da..:
.s c 'a ..:U :; t .h a t c y i; ,. i.'t .: w '
a. ;,wed e ) ( .):i:( into th.-.r n .: an
odti Oi *;.:e !'!i ig it( pn; on a .,a or ,!t-.n q':a:
o makf a::n ..-.n(o ieltem are tow enttc.' a
rd n'.ous oijec ion to tL- qiaranin.
proper which was iaced aron n' 'he city.
,t ti ns a-d which pi. .tr.s lar;e>- f'm comn
a 'e. :n in or go'mt' out.
to get Pet;'i<)ions \rc received ye'scrday
by the .,'ate ,ca!t, office: asking for
a riudifrcatio:, lut he has not sigan-
fiedl L.s ;nen: n of reinoving the cor
don ~Mon: the c:i. Tn-. petition< anmi
th( s.- rs a:'( as f o .-:
Petition No. 1.
Brentwood. F.:a. S p:. 10.
1e We un 'erl.-.Z i1, o 0 F lp C'l[ '
Bo"S 13 11, ..::, :, f.:- :a:, -'i, :i:; (Offi c:',
DBoy r. ,o Y. Port'.r. s''Ic P' ril
13 :o sIcu re sid.-Ihtz f i) f ";, l:;., a
S: a th o.ee now re.i.:. Ig rt-r, t
einier (he city of i'en-av.oia after 7
a. nII. and I:'urn btLfo, Z 5 ,'clock p
Il n.. ior the purpl.). of attending to
bushiues- W' agree, if necessary, "t)
regi;>:tr in c:o,.ing t liue, and ito
s:a:, the pirp, se of such visit daily..
Th:is is signed by:
W. Pt-shou, Sr., L. H. Peshon, Jr..
dll Wvm T. Stewvart. T. E. Westinark. J.
McKee, Josepaine McKee, W. P.
Blanclhard, J. A. Hendr:x, T. N.
Adanm, A. M. Banks, Wil;iam P. Dav-
ib. Samp. W. Riddlehoover. Geo. W.
Riddi'h,bover. Allen J. Riddlehoover,
Wm. Knot;. (George Peters. .Jost p.
Onc.ii. Mary Cucuila. Mike Cuculia, R
lPa;c. Burrel 9cal nmon. Mark S.
S\\bh:;e. Rev. J. R. Simmons. Henry
ian Wanwrght, Jul'us Ackcrman. Jack
Harris, Jane .,icl.,ane, George Wilson,
ter. Jr.. George Wiison. John Wilson. J.
i T. Simms., T. A. Wilson, Willie Gu.-
WinCS deon, James C. Wa:;son. Thos. \W.
Brent. F. C. Bren;, Jr.
Attached to the above petition is
the lfilowing:
State of Florida,
X ST. Escabia County.
This day, before me, a notary pub-
lic. in and for the state of Florida a.
largt. personally appears James C.
Watson, whj being du.y \ ,aorn, delar-s
:hat the signatures antached ;o t,,e
pe'Ition addressed to the -tlate i)oar
ofi hakh through D:. J. Y. Porter. an.l
key onp:-is.ng s,;,e, one. two. ,hree and
e four, are true and vallu signatures ol
tne parie, subscribed titre(o, and
Sai-o affirais that the general feeling
among the residents at Brent s z:a
tioe is in favor of an extension of til-
!;:.. 'o inci.iu :e said stati.on.
Suih).crihed ;o this 11,n (day of Sep-
Ey tnimier, A. D., 1.05.


.).J.1 HCK)TON,
Notary Public S ate at Large.
Wonim~ssin E-m As ay .3, 11i4jp
S..,;io .IAS.CW Tt.
1 .?. 1 ci Iasea! i!s also xirnpruc.ed.
Pet tion No. 2.
T o Dr. Jo>(.ph 'I Porter. State Ht-al'h
Uillicto. t. Pnzacola. Fla.
S T'. -111(undc rz.mg;ne i 'Acitizens Iiv-
in!n til~t-.-o yoi the cz of Pen-
sar a 0. oT'hnr th andti ~s
of sa d :ov.n wrtuld (-por~f'1fivr.

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Pirating Foley's Honey and Tar
'F & C .. Chi a. cr:igntuatetI
I -.- : Tar as a th-:-r ar- i't;n
a,: on a'- :n. tf tho-- g'er
"',-- and p :na.'y n' Fo:cy's Hor.-
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nar-os. He a-e a o 'hea. The ren
Foley' Ho: '. and Tar is :n a
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TRANSFERS


The following are the real estate
transfers for the week ending Sep
member 8. 1905, furnished by I. 8
Prown and Company.
Leslie E Brooks to J. C. Crosby. lot
t & West 1 lot 7. Block 108, Ne.t
('ty, $25000.
W. M. Carrey to H. K. Little, Eas'
'-: of S. E. n Sec. 33, Tp. 6 N. of R
.2W., containing 80 acres, $320.00.


Con
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(!Ild C
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nsolidated Grocery Co., to R- '
eli, East 65 fet o01 Arlpnt lot ".
'itv, $2000.00 and o.her console"


THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, TUESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 12, 1905


Mwmt fre k r e$or__y tY.
$am Dnml' wPeM



HAYNER


WHISKEY

FULL QURTS $.20
CWE PAY EXFRCSS PAGES W!1% 2
We w nd youI, lna plain sealed
cau, with o Mriaks to show e SIts,
FOUR FULL. WQUR BOTTLES ed
HAVNER PRIVATE STOCK RYE fr
23.0, d wa will pay the express
chgvms. Try It. have your ocim test
It, tesiit any way o like. If you
. .tflt lit all1 ritt and t hepMet
ml test w skNw you er
taSted, sMhi it tack to M t
4*,r exans am your $3.20
wiI! h promptly reundeM.
A&A -u- Af umar t... n


Lee Daniel to Mary fDgart, Lots Is tio let a nd best
i-.;d x. Block 21, Dallas Tract, $665.00 equipped in the world. we
Gus. A. Eggart by Special Master atfll avUrae of 9,So
to Lee Daniel, Lots 7 and 8, Block 21, KEY a day. When you
Dallas Tract, $530.00. buy HAYNER WRIS-
Dallas Tract, $5310.00. KEY, Itgoesndirectto you
&Bward J. Elliot to Willie Phillips from our distillery. tihs
lxt 5. Block 41, East King B.ast o asl arulr you of perfect mw 4
T-arragona, $1.00 and other consider dealers' bigprofits. HAY-
ions. NRR WHISKEY is pfe
J. W. Hyer to MDad-yer Co, aribed by doctors sad
J. W. Hyer to McDarld-Hyer Co. used in hospitals and by half a million sat-
IA)t 20, Block 45, LAot 17, Block 31. issed customers. That's why YOU should
l-t 9. Block 42, East King Tract. ILo try it. r SA
I.> and East Lot 14, in Block 39. w io RI3UO WioU
;,-irnont Trau,. $1.uo and other con- TiE HAYTER DISTILUI CO.
-:derations. ATLANTA, A. DAYTON, 0.
Homer Harris to J. E. Quigleys ST. LOUIS, M0. ST .PAUL.MINN.M
Il.ot 17 and l in Block 39, Beimont .ef OreA, t.h, ah.'or ol.,WId ont be.,,
Tract, $00.t.uo and other consider s eborisf4qtA for i.w by Ti orleT p
lons. DrTanamT. Tito0. E0. STALusosm l.
Daniell A. Kendall to William E 3 C ,api $600,00000 Pa In Full.
Kay, All of Blocks 72, 73, 75, and 93.
(ach Block being 300 X a00 feet and
containing 24 iots each. Also NortL ---- -
t, Blocks 51, 71, 9u and 91, each hbaN T
being 150 X 300 feet containing 121TTI
los each, and lots 1, 2, 3, 4, 5. 6, 7, UnRPENTINE STILLS.
9 n North of Block 70, said lots M Bros
containing a total of 150 X 225 feet McMVi llan Bros. Co.
Lots 22, 23 and 24, in Block 52. Lots M .nufacturers,
10i to 24 inclusive in Block 74, Lots 1
to 6 inclusive, and fractional part of MOBILE, ALABAM A.
lot7 in Block 110. Lots 1, 2, 3 and 13
t< 24 inclusive in Block 92, Lots 17 to
:*, inclusive, in Block 94, all in tWe A KS
$1.00 and other consirations. K E T S
C. E. Morritt to Lee Daniell Lot 1( Naval Stores Market.
in Block 154, New City, $1.00 and Savannah, Ga., Sept. 11.-The naval
other considerations. stores market closed to-day as fol-
R. F. Mitchel to Thomas and R. F. lows:
MitchM,. An undivided halt interest in "WW .... .. .. ...... ...... 5 45
East 65 feet of Arpent lot 51, $3000.00 WG.......... .. ..........5 00
and other considerations. .* ** *. ** ** ** ** ....4 55
Same to A. V. Clubbs, An undivided K ........................ 50
^ interest in E. 65 feet of Arpent lot ****.................4 35
51, Old City, $3000.00 and other conj H .... ..................4 35
sideratons.Lit FH.. .. .. .. .. .... .. .. ... 4 35
siderations. G G. 4 30
Geo. W. Trammell to H. Little .. .. .. .... 4 30
I.ots I and 2 and North % of S E 34 E........... ........ .... .. 4 10
of Sec. 32. West of Tallahassee Menr D..... .. .. .... . ..3 75
diain containing 98.39 acres, Tp. 6 N. C.... .. .. .. .. ...........3 45
R 32 W.. $350.00. Spirits Turpentine, 63 cents.
Raymona' W. Waters to J. D
Waters, Lot 8. in Block 80. Portion of THREE JURORS CURED
lot 131, Block 14. Belmont Numbering
Old City, $1000.00 and other consider Of Cholera Morbus with One Small
stiolns. vta tlo /a-mkehlain C' o lic.


Miss Kate Kelly to Leslie E. Brooks
>o,'h 23 feet of Lot 19. all Iolt 20 and
Norih 6 feet Iot 21. so much of Lots
14 and 15. as is enclosed '>with the
above Lots. Also lots 24 and 25 in
Plo k 3 in Geo. E. Chase plan, $,1000
and other considerations.


Cholera and Diarrhoea Rem-
edy.


Mr. G. W. Fowler, of Hightower,
Ala., relates an experience he had
while serving on a petit jury in a
murder case at Edwardsville, county
seat of Clebourne county, Alabama.
He says: "While there I ate sonre
fresh meat and some souse meat andI,


VO L I DE IIUEDR it gave me cholera morbus in a very
severe form. I was never more Pick
I UU LL UL U UG U in my life and sent to the drug store
Of any ailment of the Stomach, Liver, for a certain cholera mixture, but the
Bowels or Kidneys very quickly if druggist sent me a bottle of Chamber-
vou'll onlt resort to the Bitters at the lain's Colic, Cholera anl Diarrhoea.
nr-t .ymp'om. Thousands have found Remedy instead, saying that he had
h1s true during the past 50 year's. what IT sent for, but that this medicine.
a was so much better be would rather
HOIui 1 R'S send it to me in the fix I was in. I
OSRH I L I I LR stock one dose of it and was cured In
T AP DITT 've minutes. The second dose cur-.
BITTERS r e entirely. Two follow jurors'
bhoi.l ,'t rfor-' have a prominent wero afflicted in the same manner
ftac. 'n ever home because tt i h- ind one small bottle cue-d the three
Sd c h r- of us." For sale by all druggists.
,.',- ,I" l. can,,, Nh, o n i, f. l .".


a. .. f Indigestion. Dyspepsia,
C- %rns.. Costiveness, Heartburn cr
Female IiI&. :. .




TRUNKS,


SUIT CASES.


For 'he comilort and con-
v' nie:f (if your iour-
nyv. whether ;: he tby
lan,l or watpr. vwe have a
variety of -ucl'h requisites
as T"lrnk'., Suit Cases,
etc..


LESS TO


PAY FOR THEM


here than a' m, st stores,
and lonz r service, be-
cause hy' "r., the best
qua:;ty goods that can ze
made.

Trunks, $2.75 to $15.00.
Suit Cases, $2.25 to $8.00.
Telescopes, 50 cents to $1.25.


H. 0. ANSON
CASH CLOTHIER
Phone 297

Cor. Main and Palafox Sts
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"NOTICE.
At a conference of the members c.f
the advisory board of the Pensaco!a
Classical School who remain in the
city, Messrs. F. C. Brent, C. F. Zeek.
IH. H. Thornton, Sol Cahn, A. M.
Avery. W. A. D'Alemberte, Walker
Anderson and Dr. Louis deM. Block"r,
it ha. ben deoemil advisable to post-
pono the date of opening the comin.'
ses-ion nf the school from Septom'b r
IS to Oc'oher 2. if conditions in tho
ciy are such as to justify an opening;
by that date.
H. CLAY ARMSTRONG.,
Principal


SHIPPING NEWS

Arrived.
Trident, Br ss, Innes, 2036, Cardiff
Elma, Br sch, Henebery, 2;',0 Ha
vana.
Doris, Am sch, Wilkle. 310 Havana
Werner, Nor bk, Tonnerson, 846,
Rotterdam.

VESSELS IN ?ORT.
Steamshnis.
Amstel, Dutch ss. Mobile to order
Brookwood. hr -s,. IBrown. 197. Sa-
vannah to the Wm. S. Keyser Co.
Craigelianchee, Br ss, 2267, Boston
to order.
Dulcie, Br ss, Ha:rison. 1285, Faro
to J. A. Merriti & 'o
Erne.:to, Span Fs, Omnacchea, 1691,
Gulfport to F. 0 Howe & Co.
Hesieyside, Br. ss, Bedlington, 1'87.
St. Vincent.
Ida, Span ss, Aranao, Liverpool to
(Alf Transit Co.
Kelvingrove, Br ss, Mc ennan,
1938, Newcastle-on--Tyne to master.
Lucia. Aust ss, Martinolich. 1437,
Trieste to order.
Maristone. Br ss, Prout, 2513, Nor-
folk to ora'er.
Anst. ss. Lodovico, Chernbrin from


H-MEMO


EYESIGHT AND HINDSIGHT.


There's a vast d(tiffer:-ce ben oween py'si ,i and ment 'a! blindness.
Som: people who) can s-oe ,:.> :::'! ,ov, ,-Cin(n" ,.W w'i tin'ir mind
while those unfortunately that have :os' thtir exrtw gh ,fv n posse*i
abnormal mental perception. One :-n ,f in. nra blini'ts i' exhib-
ited by the husband or fah;" who rtf',-,- or t ~l 'o- 'to insure his
life. The uncertainty of life an.i tre in :curi:y ,)t *,old age make it
apparent to all but the w:'fu';y i:; : ha' i'ot'ion i neo.essary.
The best protection is an Equm':ahb:e nowmen: policy.


Insurance,
Fire, Life.


Knowles Bros.


Gen'l Agts
Pensacola


The Union Central Life

has a lower death rate. lower expense rate, and higlaer
Interest rate th.n any company doing busineo in Florida.
it should be eeay for you to decide the rest.


B. 8. Williams, General Agent.


Tarmpa. E YtK3%aixu ixt- "2i" %- 3.%% %
Br. ss Mariner, Capt. Bubb, from fa
New Orleans.
Pensacola, Am as, O'Leary, 1086, Ir Ai rk a
New Orleans to Gulf Transit Co. *-O# I VVoOW rkS and Upply .
Simonside, Pr ss, Robson, '953, Manufacturers and Repairers of
Sunderland to J. A. Merritt & Co. MACHINERY A
MACHINERY AND BOILERS
Ships. FORGINGS, MILL AND STEAMSHIP SUPPLIES
Kaiser Ger ship Martin 1180, Bre-. STEAMSHIP REPAIRS A SPECIALTY
men to Master. Prompt attention given to all orders, day or nigat. Agents
Barnta. for James McKay & Co.'s celebrated Log and Timber Dog3, also
Bolgen, Nor. bk, Gundersen, 306, Chains of all descriptions. 4
Laguna to order. i Office Phone 123. PHIL WITTMAN, Mgr.
Fiery Cros,. Nor bk, Claussen, 1399, i Residence Phone 1029. P. 0. Box 123.
Cork to master.
Garibaldi, Ital bk, Ageno, 1348,1


Gloucester to order.
Hudson, Nor bk, Knudsen, 771, Lon-
don to order.
Santa Barbara, Port bk, Carrela,
633, Oporto to H. Baars & Co.
eohooners.
Donna Christina, Am sch, Axelsen,
165, Belize to master.
Hjalmar, Am sch, Axelsen, 55, Key
West to Gulf Transit Co.
Noas, Rus sch, Sneedse, 333, Glou-
cester to Master.

Chamberlainrs Cough Remedy AMs
Nature.
Medicines that arid nature are al-
ways most effectual. Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy acts on this plan. It
allays the cough, relieves the lungs,
aids expectoration, opens the secre
tions, and aids nature in restoring the
system to a healthy condition. Sold
by all druggists.

n How Paul Jones Countered.
When the English government de-
mounced John Paul Jones as a pirate
the American naval hero neatly conn-
tered. He replied that he had looked
In the dictionary and found a pirate
defined as "an enemy of mankind,"
and, "as England was then at war with
the whole of America, the greater part
of Europe and much of Asia, not to
speak of a bit of Africa, she In point
of fact came as near being the enemy
of mankind as could well be conceived
and that England was therefore the
pirate and not Paul Jones."


Wapole.e a a Bogry Maa.
Thackeray once saw Napoleon on tho
Island of St. Helent. The novelist-he
was born In Calcutta in 1811-was on
his way to England as a child. "Our
ship touched at an Island where my
black servant took me for a long wa!k
over rocks and hills until we saw n
man walking in a garden. 'That Is be,'
said the black man; 'that is Bonaparte.
He eats three sheep every day and all
the little children he can lay hands
on.' That black serving mau was not
the only person of the time to believe


the story which he told.


Perfect Manners.
Politeness Is perhaps Instinctive with
some, but with the majority it is a
matter of training of the slow and caro-
ful discipline of voice aud eye and
carriage. Under this training all the
angles of personal vanity and self con-
sciousness are rubbed off. lthe person
becomes adorned with grnep. ease, gen-
tleness and simplicity, and what may
seem to the untrniiled observer ns the
perfection of naturalness may be sim-
ply the perfection of culture.


Wanted-


Real


Estate !


We are prepared to take all

the real estate that is on the


market.


Escambia


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NOTICE.


B. L. Gladden !;at; "!e-n employvp!
THE CITY CARRIAGE SHOPS, as collector by us and hii. receipts w';,
113 AND 115 W. ROMANA, THE be recognized b.: us.
ONLY PLACE OF ITS KIND IN THOSE. C. WATSON & CO.
CITY WHICH IS NOW IN OPERA-'
TION. J. J. HILLIARD. PROP.
HORSESHOEING RELIABLY DONE. NOTICE.
Until further notice we will close
A Very Exclusive Order. our store daily, except zia:urdays. at
The Order of the Swan Is a unique 5:30 p. in. Our patrons will please be
decoration. It has nothing to do with governe! ac:rding;y.
"Lohengr!n," but was founded in 1443 E.\'T HILL GR'OCEFIY CO.
by Elector Frederick n. of Branden-
burg, snrnamed the "Iron Jawed."
Of all the orders of knighthood this TRSE D
Is most remarkable. Inasmuch as only BUE- ESS LOCALS.
one solitary member in Europe is en- I
titled to wear it. and she Is the wife .'M-.'--
of the reigning Prussian monarch-
the German empress. The Insignia is furnish
very beautiful. It consists of a gold an &n an pairni
chain set with diamonds, alternated by ad ye per-onal a:o:rlon to work.
a ruby beart, to which !s snupended a n32 E. Strong, and 824 East LaRua':
medallion of the Madonna and Child streets.
I and to which In turn Is suspended a


silver swan surrounded by a ring or McKinzie Oerting I Co., wholesale
frame of exquisite pearls. With this and retail ship chand'ers and grocers.
goes a superb star to be worn on the the only first-class house of the kind
left shoulder. in Pensacola. Fair )bh es to all.
Should the empress become a widow
she would be compelled to relinquish W y iu'erior pa.er, when you!
the insignia and her membership of can buy Kelso Bond. F-ench Dimity.
the Swan to the present crown prin- Kara Linen, or Crane's Bond at C. V.
cess. This order has been worn in Thompson's. 30 S. Palafox.
turn by the wife of every sovereign
occupying the throne of Prussia since Sauer's extracts are thr. Standard.
1443, and It is an object of Intenae Guaranteed pure. All others are
pride In the royal arillry. mere imitations. Ask for Sauer's.


Really


Co.


Fisher Building.


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Do You Read, Evenings?


That's what a Morris chair is for, to -tr,'ch out in. Ad
just the back to any desired angle and enjoy a good
book or your evening paper. LetI i show you s>mrne of
these great big ea-y chairs on hand. ('arv* ,l oik fram..-'
and reversible velour cushions. We won t quote price
this time. you might think something was rhe matter
with them.


MARSTON & QUINA,
108,110 S. Palafox St. Phone 148, Pensacola, Fla.


*******oe* ***e*********0e*$*******oe**************


h.IC COAL and WOOD

Consumters' lee and Fuel Comnpany.
Omelte---<'orner Chase and Ta-rragona. Phone 259.


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IF YOU DO YOUR COOKING ON A


GAS RANGE

you have better meajs. less trouble,.
and

SAVE HOUSEHOLD EXPENSE
Ask us about the matter.


grea'cr


convenlence


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PENSA COLA GAS CO.


27 East Garden Street.


Phone 148.


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