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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 15, 1905
Publication Date: -1985
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
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Watest Telegraphic- News Service--Foreign and Domest


Furnished


by The Associated Press


otfnuaL


PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY MORNING, SI( EMBER 15, 1905.


i INORIAIlCE MUST ALL "STAND IN" OWE

id WITH THE SYNDICATES

iAN OBSTINACY


S----- .r.v Iuual LOif f icial continues Testmony W * -,-----

ThmTraitstspsiMeeforLarp Before Legislative Probing Commit- Indiana State Auditor Appropriated
IP of Few's Spnd i tee and Gives Inside Information. Public Funds to Private
1W OBM-S. By Associated Prow. I bonds. He had tried to buy bonds Use.
New York. Sept. 14.-When the spe- direct from the railroad company and
cial legislative committee probing the had been refused by President Sturve-
life insurance company methods, ad- sent Fish of the Illinois Central. who
49 CASES 6 bEAl S Journed dy, Chief Counsel Hughes sad that the railroads "must stand in D B OV [IrnR
49 CASES; 6 DEATHS an'no uedatheh.a do., Hfor n.d s an en l-REDBY GOVERNOR
l Present wih atd he had MutulLi fore with the bankers in order to sell their
the present with the Mutual Life, and securities, and insurance companies
an examination of the Metropolitan must stand in with the bankers to buy,
S. YL Life was begun with Silas Dutcher, these securities at low prices." He ..
That Is MJmi S & WCO in tfi a director and member of the finance admitted that the bankers control the Sensational Condition of Affairs
C s Cf. committee on the stand. Dutcher situation.
W.t My. could not remember the salaries of Cromwell testified further as to) In the Hoosier State.
the offers. dealings with the bankers syndicates
earlier in the day Treasurer Crom- and told how he had managed the bank
PHYSICIANS ARE NOT DISCOUR- well was recalled to continue explan- deposits of the company, keeping cn- LOANED OUT STATE FUNDS
actions of the Mutual Life syndicate's trol of these amounts himself, subject
AGED, BUT ARE LOSING PATI- operations. He declared that syndi- to a weekly inspection of the finance ON WORTHLESS SECURITY,
ENCE WIT14 OSTINACY Oc cates were necessary to handle the committee.
ENCE WITH OBSTINACY OF FORGED NOTES, AND OTHER


JUSTICE SIMMONS.


By Associated Press.
Atlanta. Ga Sept. 14.-Govern'ori
Or -o!iwT 1-


NOTES FROM NOTORIOUSLY IN-
SOLVENT PERSONS

By Associated Press.
Indianapolis, ,Ind., Sept. 14.-- harg-
ing David E. *Shecrrick, auditor of the,
state, with being guilty of "plain and
inexcusiable violation of the law and i
gross betrayal of the public trust" bTy
the investment of "trust funds of the
state In private affairs of his own,"
Governor Henley today declared tlhe
office of state auditor vacant ana' an
nounced that he had offered tlie of
fice to .\arrpn RBigler of 'Wabash.


r*


PRICE, 5 CENTS


S STATE K MURA MUCH BETTER 4 NEW CASES

17.f1N1 INNl PEACE PARTY LEAVES N DEAHS

S1.00. -..l. 1.. ... IN na ll 0 THS


Baron iKomura L-xpec-t t j ..rv v gi ^i ,mxr
to Sail for Tokio By October 2nd Fever Situation In Pe
to Present Peace Treaty So Bright From Ye

Associated Press. the Japanese diet, to which a report, tS.
New ork, Sept. 14.-Baron Kaneko of the peace envoys will be prese-nted.
is ill 1 his apartments here today.
Word ' his illness with his farewell Both Patients Better.
Sgreetin was carried by his secretary New York, Sept. 14.-A bulletin is- DEATH AT
to the even members of ihe Japanese sued tonight by the attending physi-
peace barty, who left for Japan today cians says there are no new develop-.
by wayiof Seattle. ments of importance in the condition
H. K Uennison, Baron Komura's of Baron Komura. "He passed a fair-
legal a er, said that Komura's tern- ly comfortable day." t is state hatl New Cases are
peratuM .as much lower this evern- Baron Kaneko's illness Is only a slight Infected st
ing. Ilura confidently expects to cold, which will not be serious enough Infectd Dist
sail fber 2nd, in time to be pres- to prevent his immediate engage-
ent at e opening of the session of;ments.
FIGHT FOR CONTROL


F."


R. GOULDING KILLED


BY SWITCH ENGINE


I C
S Dn[ iAn ,While Serving as a uarantin

A n IVGuard He Was Struck and
Died Within a Few Min
L II r r utes--64 Years Old.
LU~t-KY CAPTURE


IICT MIPUT


Governor Ptenleysaid he had rIe-l
And as a Result itis Probable that Was Held Yesterday, When the qu Td Seerrikfor I 1110111
Squested Sleorrick for his resignation
SN NBudget for Coming Year forthcoming. Accordingto the cor-
fte atons. Was Prepared.. 'andperrick andtthe statements Found legro Charged with Murdei
sued by the governor today, Sheerrick U J
Sis indebted to the state to the extent 0o xi-af Stlreet-Wanted in
Officer Sanders, of Alabama, have en- A special meeting of the Board of of $172,000.00. ldwin COunty
termed strenuous objections to the e3- Public Works was held yesterday at B wi bU-.
tablishment of a detention camp by. the city hall, with all members pres- Sad State of ..ffars.
the Marine Hospital Gervice aear eat The meeting was for the purpose Indianapclis, Sept. 14.-At threi4 Depn Sheriff Saunders played ii
Fomaton, although this camp is wt- .. o'clock this afternoon 8heerrick sent .luck la night. He was sanding o0
il the state of ~trda& of preparing the annual budget. al- h resigntUon to Qovernor Henley. Pala&foi street, near the corner of In
'ie objections have been seat to though considerable other business wtto acc Surgeon General Wymlaa, an ef bas-. was transacted. appointing Warren Bigler, of Wabash around he touhd himself within a fe'w
ed upon the fact that the camp is to The budget is somewhat larger than tG the place. Bigler accepted by tele feet of a West Indian negro, who i!
be near the Alabama line. it was the past year, owing to the graph. wanted for murder in Baldwin county
'Last night State Health Oicer Por- fact that a large amount of new ma- Annalyzing the list of stocks and The negro was gazing intently in
ter received a telegram from the ser- chinery is provided for, as it has be-'notes held by Sheerrick as security to the show window of Lannon & Co.
geon general. asking if it was abso- come very necessary that such be for the money belonging to the state while the o'eputy was s-anding only a
lutely necessary to locate a camp for purchased in order to improve the amounting to $172,000.00. Governor few feet away talking wi,h a friend
refugees, and If it was not possible to streets and parks of -he city. Hanley said $20,000.00 was in cash in After looking carefully to s() that he
do without the same. The kick made: Amtiong the new items placed in the the banks; $51,000.00 was lent on had made no mistake., he deputy
by thp Alabama authorities cannot budget are a rock crusher, a steam notess given by the J. H. Murray com- walked up to the negro, who was sLii
he understood, as Surgeon Banks, oZ roller and two street sprinklers, as the pany which, according to the governor looking into the window, and placed!
the service telephoned Dr. Porter yes- city intends to keep th., street sprin- Pare forgeries so far as J. H. Murray is him under arrest.
terday tha: the residents of Century l kled thoroughly hereafter. A number concerned; $66,000.00 in notes which The negro, who is known as "Cuba
and Flomaton were not protesting of new teams are also provided for, are practically without value, some is charged with having killed another
against (he locationn of the camp. 'as with the additional machinery this being the notes of persons "notorious negro at a turpentine camp in Bald
Dr. Porter stated last night tha-t e will be necessary. ly insolvent;" and $18.500.00 in noteo,- win county Monday. The sheriff re
intended wiring the surgeon general This budget will be submitted to of doubtful value, leaving of the on ceived a description of the man a few
today that a detention camp wasithe council at the next regular meet- tire amount only $37.000.00 of secure days afterwards, as it was believe
necessary, as already 150 persons bau ing- ties that are good. he would make fAr this city.
registered at his office, who desired
to leave- the city, but wished to go ,_r_.
nto other southern cities and states.,
which had declared quarantine againt-t
Pensaeola .
It is probable that if the camp is
not located at the point selecetl be-
tween (Flomaton and Bitiff Springs ij
will be placed at Magnolia Bluff or
some other convenient point.
Two Years for a Kis. / /


1 , 1l7 i iV.wIaN rt inlll *,<'i1 o n'c A l ta 1 .1 H'" ,11 |. z
tick William Ii Fi>h. b'en'h, to succeed the lat Thomas .I man, a negro waiter in a suburban
Simmon as chief jus:ic of the s,- hotel, was sentenced to two years in
premn court Judge Mar-us W. B'ck. jal by a police magistrate yesterday,
teG ffin wasJudappgen (NV.B fi the u ,for forci y!v kissing Mary W hite, an
ot Grffin was apIatat : r hfilthe o- I nurse a
pxv ii:v'd :,'-lm mI .t 'f vain: b tilt prt- n s nai
i ):i(ll Of .Ini- .,, F. sh.


CHOLERA STILL

ON THE DECREASE

ONLY NINE NEW CASES AND TWO
DEATHS WERE REPORTED
FOR YESTERDAY.

By Associated Press.
Berlin. Sep;. 14 -The official bulle-
tin anlloin.es nine now cas,.s of (hi.l-
era and ;two % caths in ;hli :wen:y-foa:r
bours ending at nfamn 'oza3. T- s
- snakes a to:ah ,if x, ca.e.. and 6t:


BASEBALL
September 14


Southern League.
Atlanta 5, Shreveport ;.
Na-'hull, 10, LUtile Rock 0.
R."min!iham 2. Afemphis. 7
Moi:gomery 9, New Orleans
4 game forfeited.)


American League.
New York 7. Washington 6.
Phi a *,'*':qa :' Boston 4.
Detroit 6, Cleveland 0.
t'icigt' o ,> &t. Loiuls -.
National League.
BRston 2. PhP-idelphia 5.
Brooklyn 2. New York 10.


South Atlantic League.
French Destroyer Torpedoed. Charleston 6, Macon 5.
Toulon. SePi 14 -The Fr'nch i .- .laksonv'l!e 9. Augusta 2, (six irn-,
peIo boa: de- royA r Pa 'lta'-d wa! a'- ingq. called account da-kness.)
dentally torledoh.-d during the nav.al Savannah 2, Columbia 3, (ten in-,
Ilaneuvers here t, iay and seriou-l.t nings, first game.)
damaged. The esa:'oyer had to be Savannah 4, Columbia 3, (seconil
towed in:o port. game.)


Boston's Democratic Mayor

Dies at Hot Springs, Va.


By Associated Pres. Bos:on a week ago seeking a greatly!
Boston. Sept 14.--The death of needed rest, accompanied by his old-i
Mayor Patrick A. Collins, at Hot est son.
Springs. Va.. %as annouirced today rv Mayor Collins was a leading demc-'
crat and he ha. served in coagrest,
Private Secretary Curran who ree fr- from 1SS3 to 1889, and was United
ed a brief telegrani announcing th=e States Consul General at Londoa from
death of his chief. Mayor Collins left 1893 to 1897.


nsacola Not
,sterday's


HEAVY


traceable to
rict.

L OF DI&


EASE IS GOING STEADILY A,
HEAD AND NOTHING BEING
LEFT UNDONE FOR SAFETY OF
CITY.


* *
-;' A summary of the fever sit- *
.% nation up to last night is as *
*" follows: *
, New cases, 4; total to date -
" 41.
A. Deaths, 2: total to date, 9. -
y- Caqss under Treatment, 9;
-A cases discharged, 23. -


AN OLD CONFEDERATE VETERAN g.t 44:444.. #.
:HIGHLY ESTEEMED BY ALL


AND HIS DEATH WILL BE


GREATLY


r


REGRETTED--ACCI-


DENT OCCURiRED SHORTLY BE-


FORE 10 O'CLOCKK WHILE HE
WAS ON DUTY.

n Frank R. Goulding. a. old oonfeder-
i ate veteran and well known ettizen.
. was almost instantly killed last night
Sxkpwrtl.y be"o e 11 o'clock by being
w struck by a 'car at Gouldtqg 'mlmon.
1 His skull was fractured, there wwre
. other injuries about the head, and he
- died within thirty minutes after the
, accident.
a Mr. Gollding had been serving dur-
Ing the past week as one of the
e quarantine guards, and was stationed
at Goulding, where he kept a cloee
; watch in order to prevent persons
I from passing to and from the city.
lHe went on duty at 7 o'clock, relief.
* ing the day guard.
Did Not See Train.
Mr. Goulding, from all accounts was
*pat rolling ti track when *the acci-
,Int occurredJ. He was walking,
.south, when a switch engine, moving
some cars, ran into him. The en-

(Continued on Page Three.)


The yellow fever situation ast
night, when the physicians made their
reports, was not so encouraging as it
had been for the past two days
Four now cases wveloped during tnit
day, with two deaths. This makes
the mortality rawe very heavy.
The deaths were H. D. Brooks at
the Park Hotel and Strata Counaes.
a Greek who was under treatment at
St. Antlhony' hospital.
The physicians were busy durtaB
.U entUre da&.. mm & Ml tbl., _,
'were also a number of tluspicoes
cases reported to State Health Offi-
cer Porter and to Dr. Anderson. who
personally calls upon every patient
before the case is pronounced.
The New Cases.
The new cases reported last night
were:
Albert White, No. 13 1East Intenden-
cia street.
*Strata Connaes, St. Anthony's how.
pital.
J. L. Johnson, color.'d, 133 South
Tarragona street.
Florida Myers, colored, 133 South
Tarragona sure t.
All of these cases have been noted
for several days by the physiclans,


GREEK SAILORS who did not care to pronounce them
yellow fever until fully satisfied that
T I ey were correct. ILst ni ht and
ATTACK CtAIPTAINIi yesterday, how-ve,. it was found that
,,heir symptoms were those of yllow
fever and they wa+re immeilia*ely an-
ASSAULT MADE ON BRITISH noned, a, such.
STEAMER GLENROY IN JACK- The Deaths.
VILLE HARBOR. H. D. Brooks, a boarder at the Part
H1r-tel was the firr victim esnt--d


By Associated Press.
Jacksonville, Sopt. 14.-Seven Greek
sailors of bhe i;-tish stramer (Il-nroy
(Cai;'!rri Thoma.s Spink, attacked the
.capa in with kniv: s tolay, but other
ffirer- of tha' vssc! overpoworered 'h.
S f'.,' ) r,'f r, 'h.y ha rmed Spink
ST (;i' k- wv ri taking befofi, th>,
:.,'r :ni l I-'-l for trial to-
S ).. .:' bu r, t3r!: .' Vice Consult


RIKII RIOTFDR


a-,-,."


...... .... r ...-aJ1.11,V- I IU t-NT~rG jy.
He flied sl;<>r.'y be-fore 5 o'clock an4
after an iIln ife was a dlan-:h:snan tby profes.slo
anri haild ,.w-n ii ,ploy.ild in an abstract
aoffio The man hail ra di,-,u here oenl
a few m)-n'h., andl wh n -th- quaran-
trti' wa. plac.,l on the- infe,'ed dim-
t"rct he was caiiuh" in it and held.
.rra;a ('t'lnac:.. G;rfk, was tho
other )pai, n' \h:, d1.-l. His r-'aso had
fnot been pi-'i,-i:ri('-l a;; yeljov fevr-


L) Uuntriaf


PDfl~A/l~IMP Dfil rcurrel. T',* ph:,'.aans .ia-! h ef
GROWING BOLD "wathln ;, .y,,,T ", r
WtatJra'hing 'h,' r aa;oJ'.,irn. fh'.-e:V for 5
r.i:mbehr of alvs, :e h was rakes
to the h,,-;,: Th'" (Gr -k wa; fot~
REVOLUTICNARY PARTY ISSUES on Tar:a.: ;,::, -',., ;an,i a.- -oon a
PROCLAMATION CALLING FOR (fWu nI h. ak,: 'o 'be ho-e'a! fir


UNCLE SAM-I,. CRACKE-Y! HERE COMES OVER OLD RIB CRACKER AGAIN.


t' T m .; a cnt.


GENERAL UPRISING. i
I The New Cases.
By Associated Press. All of thI r..v s ar" raceagg
T!fl1s. Si-et. 14.- Further reinforce. to :he inf.r.' t i..' : Mr. W6tai
r.en-. hav- en ordered to Bahu ow- resides uptn ::v Vt fr- Jr'j i-ncia street
in: 'o th,. menace in the attitude of within a blTk of wh-r,, somn. of t.
i th( r`:)ers. lThe revolutionary part) of rof
h. ri toa( issue, d a proclamation cal.- ----
i, gi lo: a ;;cneral uprising. (Conrnui.dl on Fi'fth Page)


Lightning Stroke Kills Four Men

and Thousands of Chickens

By Associated Press. Today.
Indianola, Iowa. Sept. 14.-Fouri The tent was fill;e with persons e*
men were killed, six seriously, per- camping from the rain whon the liglst
haps fatally injured, and a dozen or ning struck the tent ,>'rn shattered tt
more stunned by a bolt of lightning and radiated over 'he tent, hearing It
tl at wrecked a crowded poultry exhi- to pieces. Thousands of chicken f
bition tent at the County Fair here the coops were killed.


VOL. VIII. NO 214


THE JOURNAL'S Want Ad. page
is always read by nearly all
the people.


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MUTILATED



THE JOURNAL.




Santo Domingo, the I rovident Mulatto RepublicT
Count Car

NNbout a ae division of the ,po ls Pn thig of a


^^"t '.It.<+. ,-,:-::m t a-. th" .A g' ll .t ... ', | C "" der thece circumstance, pitih e haas become the phi.f bu.ne of re ions requa: s i

c .. : .: -interests have been neglected. gr cu- stic kler for

on t t SwhN DO IN tural and commercial pursuit hve cl wor.,
te e I sutTered ~o greatly from th. r apac ity f against the
S; n. l I lo a. : a r: t te go t rnmene and latk ff e orae
t. c.n n annt that they are practically at a
reach. e to. Amia chief Rllt- standstill.

-.: ,,so adapted to a wicer rge of prod-
........J uets than can be fouas in any corr,-


Se a e t t. s tending area in the ht',st nI. .. The
1Th. ;. i ;., d, pit. ,'.* ,, O- bacco, all kinds of tropical frut Hef tr
7\. -- NTAe cane. corn ee vainc e.n, ot u r in anrr







!4. ., io peufopobt m mountainous region fO nf trps of igoah o g-
S" t A T Doin any ancd other timber ;'aund. 1Te .
Si .t i a hole country i in a stati ,f of tolt
att r l a b e l- n verdure, and thermal fluctuations are
'h ,a o in th almost unknown. The coast regi m







S* a i a ta the wrldu have been reputed to be unhealthy. THEutHE
ivn t t,- | more recent observutions seem to es-
t I l .t ., ,:- talish the fact that they aree not es-
In .. . -. t car n- ,, f ts : especially so. Freed from its financial
h ........ : :: :..e t, incubus and directed in the way which









wrh irpunb. rIn ia" it wi: bnealro to. atchcen leads i toward development, there is no t A t
d e tho. s te. -h npic e reason wha gS anto Domingo should ag b
SSuchto . t:. f:,n l a for *n General Carlos F Morales, present
Snrter i. ": i. wt I t ,. t head of the I om incan government, has
trU.i' rin,. ti. tRS S IWaitNh had an eventful career. He was born
"o n trTs PEuE, and pay. tof n b-in 18Th67 at s'c to Plata, on the north
l iuta, n i- ct', i. I .-.n'',-.. Th( a-e ,f .1 god circumstances, his father being a
thrneI' ,rt..t a; n1,' w:i .uc1'.'-te It Ipreparatory education at home he was
,there it hiiy lae o: te W it ied snt to a theological seminary at santo
fnleter the prdivilege of tse United Domingo city, his father having chodDen
thates teo do it There does not ein to "an ecclesiastical career for his son. In
ha Dominicans e the mselht est ob -ng cstthe course of time he wtl ordained to
thut way out of the difbculty. It is ", the priesthood and assigned t, a parish.
most sal thetdryO ethe foreign cred- t a qut d l After a trial of eight years the young
Caeer Io eth somiatic t oe theand circum c in COAST man became convinced that he had has so long o
Tweio that nthutley tried ate onche topm srrow made a mistake in his vocation and re- for the malp
namor oey o the riedt o fne tha a ttenounced the priesthood. He soon te- has initiated
S more money on the a strong th of it that teric the ntermin ation of its good came editor of a newspaper, which was the monstrous
oIn the carrying out of its praise- service the united m states would reSpisre sufficient to maintain the annual ex- th organ opposed to the existing gov- st-tute the b
worthy interfurence it will be necessary to accept Samana bay as a coaling sta- .... enditure. Add to this the fact that ernment, and was so earless in his ex- the Georgian
as a prelmientry irst step for the r Unit- tion. Thet presence of an American k nwld wt large proportion of the legally collecti- pressions of dissent that he was arrest- is not the or
,d Stat. to restore the republic to a garrison at tarana would be a whole- 1" ble revenue never reaches the national .ed and thrown into prison. He nar- voted himsee
thl .'ist p. eece the Alae atrldust ttin whihweems tior
ths il effected the Ame hrre r djumt- lion ohich seems to p possess the citi- mingo's bankruptcy becomes apparent. demned to be shot. ohave acce
of a rs illrvo:d n-tion t -ake ha ec t o flrth nsfthe neisnd. With a population of 610,000, about During the next Yew years Morales toworse.
comntry's revenues and pay off its ob- The island on which the republic of : TRET S 'E"Eone-twelfth that of the state of New 'ived a life of alternate revolt and exile. r
Sligation, those to American citizens re- Santo Domingo is established is, next iYork, and an area of 18,045 square The moment a new dictator succeefled BICY
ceiling first attention. Reduced to its to Cuba, the largest of the West Indies. miles, about one-third that of the Em- in reaching the presidency the young -
4 finalst term., the proposition erems Jto One-third of its area is devoted to the pire State, Santo Domingo is divided man began to foment revolution. He According t
be that the United States shall make republic of Haiti. and the remainder into twelve provinces. This means was elected to the Dominican congress published, 1,3
Sthe Dominicans behaT e themselves ing constitutes Santo Domingo. These con- twelve governors, each with his staff during the incumbency of Jiminez and in France in
oemOah to pay their debts. When that tiguous republics are often confused, tically unknown. The perish ~priests tain an opportunity to loot the public and retinue. There are also fifty-eight was governor of the province of La than in 1902.
ts accomplished the dusky republicans 19ut they are quite dissimilar in most have established a few schools of an treasury. The people are for the most minor communal governments and Plata during the early days of Presi- Seine (Paris2
will be free to resume their spendthrtft features. The Dominicans are much elementary character, which are under part industrious and patient, submit- more than sixty alcaldes, each entitled dent Wos y Gil. Last year he headed a (244,386) an
ea*~r if thy so elet. It i. possible more refined and circumspect in their the supervision of sisters end lay tlag to continual misgovernment and to a company of soldiers and numerous movement to oust both of these Do- (337). The
that by that time they may become so ways than their neighbors and are less brothers of the mendiean't orders. ogcal peculation with remarkable underlings. minlean statesmen, and When he and was 19,816 an
enamored of the thrifty business meth- addicted to actual bloodshed in their These schools are entirely insufficient good nature. The annual revenue is $1,700,000, and his friends had driven them from the
ods of their guardians that they will periodical revolutions. They are for and are not well patronized. The av- The president of the republic is prac- the military establishment, including country he assumed control. He has FOOD
choose to walk in their footsteps ever the most part mulattoes of Spanish erage Dominican, has not yet a-dkened tically a dictator. As often as suits his the navy, costs $4,800,000 a year. All' issued a proclamation for on election to "Man will
after. It is certain that the Donint- and neg'o origin. The few Spanish to the necessity of adding to the convenience he submits to an election, the officials are the personal appointeen be held next June, and he has little rea- In* the year
cans are ardent admirers of the grater families that have not intermingled knowledge with which nature has en- and he is careful to have it occur at a of the president, and the army is com-. son to fear the outcome. General Mo- said a chem
republic. In 1171 they voted almost with the i.r'vailing type constitute the dowed him. The mulatto population, time wJiaen there 4s no well organized, posed of men friendly to his interesta- rales is a tall aItd decidedly good look- foot among tI
Unanimously ti anrx themselves to aristocracy of the republic and bold numbering at least half a mill~m, is opposition. The generaV system of gov- Judging from the past, the chief..bJect ing man, with an intelligent face and a increase the
the lnited State Although th,' honor themsIelves loftily aloof from their lass not inclined to be quarrelsome, but ernment is copied after that of the of each administration has been to most agreeable fnanner. He is mhrrled every week fr
* of a -: r -o. n.ction was decline.i fortunate neighbors. trouble is fomented by political trick- United States. OfflRlals 'ire plentiful, mulct the people of the largest.possi- and is.the father of two children, new vegetabh
~ourte, us!., Ot", ly. it is not likely Edu ation in its proper sense la prac- sters who are trying constantly o ob- and the national revenues are far from bla amount before a revolutipos brings WILLIAM K. LANe ., to the internal




RUSSIAN PICTURES OF MORE THAN PASSING INTE


STATUE OF PETER THE GREAT AT ST. PtiltRSBURG. SOLDIERS MARCHING IN ST. PETERSBURG STREET. THE CHURCH OF THE SAVIOUR IN MOSCOW. A PRINCE'S
". ... minister of
had a varied
born heir to
a youth was
is so characts
bility. He ha
*, engineering,
America and
of railroads.


ARTEVILLE.
" DRESS REFORMER.

rteville is a modern Beau
ho has recently made some-
stir in British fashionable
appearing at various fune-
n-; full dress in the attire
;i. cut. The count is a
t. inventionss of the *o-
1. !:e has declared war
ungra.etful garment whi"


















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been the aceted coming
e nether extremities. He
a vigorous crusade against
ity and suggests as a sub-
ecoming knee breeches of
i period. Count Carteville
nly reformer who hasl de-
f to the downfall of long
obtuse masculinity ee"s
pted them for better or or

LES IN FRANCE.--
o an official statement just
10,223 bicycles were taxed
1903, being 104,481 mre
SThe department of thi
had the largest number
d Corsica the smallest
number of motor cycles
id of automobiles 19.88,L.
OF THE FUTURE.
eat 200 or 301 more foods
2000 than he eats pow,"
Ist. "A movement Is osk
he world's governments to
variety of our foods, aM.
rom somewhere or other a
e or fruit or nut is tode
stional bill of ftre."




REST


CHECKERED CARMEIL
chael Chilkoff, Imperial
railways for Russia. has
experience In life. He was
an immense estate and as
reared In the luxury whic1
eristic of the Russian no-
nd a taste for mechanical
and in 187 he came to
spent a year In the study
Soon after his retum








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.. The cut Illustrates a scene of everyday life In the streets of the Russian
S... capital. A company of soldiers just arrived from the interior recruiting station
or from some faraway garrison town is making its way through one of the snow The cut shows the comparatively modern Church of the Baviour in the an-
carp. ted thoroughfares of St. Petersburg. In such a time as the present the cient Muscovite capital. It is a nohle structure built ot white marble in the 7/
T I "':.u:: : fu a- 5z: f r.1 irLt off them are movement of troops in the Muscovite cities is so frequent that little attention Lombardo-Byzantine style, is cruciform in shape and tI.surmounted by five /
i ,' i ,; , ,. i, emory of is given them. gilded cupolas. It contains a collection of painting by native artiste.
h1 1'i '" i 1 i .. H.. i\,. a t ,l vw t n tof -
*.." a THE CATHEDRAL OF ST. ISAAC' AT ST. PETERSBURG. "EMPEROR AN AUTOCRAT
S" , y ;; ,,,; t'iherine The general allusion to the ruler of
S. i ...1 w h'ln she Russia as the ar is, strictly speaking.
: : f his projects. She inorreet. His Offtlal title is "emperor
S:,. : .: . and autocrat." "Cszr" is the old Rus- home the czar
- sin word for "Isrd" or "prince" and ftieeini the ser
rON A S1 T PETERSBURG CANAL ,,,Rwas abandoned by Peter the Great on financial loss t
CENE his triumphal return from Poltava, hSi the old man b
crowrftnir victory over Charles XIL 11 the reform. 1
-I Sweden. Sinle then the Russian mon- In its support
Search has been o ta&Jlly entitled "the matter was a
emperor," and at the congress of Vien- renounced his
ha in 1815 his ritht to the imperial term lea. He work.
S\ 'was admitted by the powers, with the Philadelphia m
Sroviso that, though he was emperor, learned the bu
S- -- he had no precedence over the kings of South America
western Europe. Russia under t

















. . .. .*: .- 1 ii -, _

The ct is from a photograph taken on the Pratchetchny bridge In the Rus- The Cathedral of St. Isaac. brought into public notice by the recent ini disturbances at the Russian catA. Is -
Si a illustration o the m er in ich St. Petersbur not only one of the most ipos churches In Petersburg. but it i also a ewat reduced r plice S eer's .c rtimost forctbly the modi
t ite ~ee-. Ii tb s artjci'. at courseT i.?Many ofr thmt were l at Rome. It has all the dignity of the Roman model, and itsaproportioas ari rtther rmlre successful.' The interior eta ted Re h7y otf e Rusians. 0O:ene '
Per n h aas h ri adirion forn Am terda w r he of the Russian temple in noise resembles the great basilica of the Piasae di Ban Pietro. It is far more splendid in the cent-brofBe 8 W n a the Red square rises t







hver i of te er e at o brea n o the cnr e t e T ornamentation and abounds in color and gold. It was begun in 1819 and was under construction for thirty-six curious combination of fortress, palace and church, wit
othelo of thtu rier Neva at the breaUng up of the Ice. I years. It is certainly one of the best examples of bao-classic architecture In Eurnpe. minarets. Directly o.'osete is a row of fashionable shn""


* Issued the proclamation
fs. This resulted in great
o the prince's father, ad4
became very bitter against
Wft al was enthunlsattq
, and the upshot of tih
quarrel. The young an1
title and came to Amerw
ed for a dollar a day lan
machine shop until be ihad
siness and then weg "&
i. Thence he retnuerg t1
he name of John XMi l,1

T MOSCOW. r

















aI&W which has peow
fb& hUM open apes In
mdisaeval Kremlin. Ot
h ftsglided cupola* "ad
a ofw .mn.. .at ,"ICe AbA










THt PENSACOLA JOURNAL, FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER IS, 13f5


VL S-- lt- -~ ----~--I


LO STEP


t advance beeas takwa
ei9t the past season by the
Sl- rof ready-to-ear cloth-

Iak at th bet makes, such
s we L It's impossible to
Kt a btter comNbiation of
tyle t cloth or patter.
The .l experiment
h"s beow emiaated. The mak-
tig of the garnme.s has become
a exact ackece. Ours are
made by SKtfa-Blh Co.









S KA. WHI r


PaEa Stre t I emopul. t

-- IERSELY TOLD.


S. U. Gandmeshemer is in New
S Tark, where he has gone to purchase
the water stock of goods for the M.
& 0. etare
gta d States Deputy Marshal
Whrtas, who has been conned to
9L Anthoy's hospital $or several
weeks, was reported yesterday after-
.o na s being much improved. Dur-
hg IM tlema Sam. B. Fl-nn has been
aeta asn deputy and serving papers
btm the caamasimoners office.
A card ftow h Saw Rosenau, wno is
a mw I tolsville, Ky, oontains a pie-
rt 4t hself trying to keep warm
S stove and announce that
IT= Vieued to let you know that I
Squtt comfortable here." Sam It
| W than likely to be comfortable
|wha t you f Sad him.
0 Me B ibbas lmpa and Vanilla i
ttctsa agd give -yer desserts te'
a "Blue Ribbon fIavor."
SHOULD DONATE PUNDS
OF THE YACHT CLUB


A A ember of the old IPensacola
Tacht Club, which has virtually been
? disbanded for two or more years. sug-
gested last night that the funds of the
r club, which amount to several buni-
dred dollars., te donated either to the
| ftd now being raised for cleaning
Up the city or else to the United
Charities.
T gentleman believes that if a
meeting of the members of the clubL
,- was called they would -ote the s'al-
aoce in the treasury to this pqrpo.-e.
The mooey has been in one of the
banks for a number of years, and sorme
of the members think that now is i.he
time to place it to good use.
ANOTHER MAIL CLERK
PLACE ON DUTY,
*A stated in The Journal a few
4.ys since the quarantine regulations
bkd seriously effated :he registered
mall matter sent ou: from this city.
for the reason iha, the railway clerk
leaving here at noon is not allowed to,
go any further than Goulding. but this
matter habus now twen properly
femedied. as an-)oher clerk has b('eet
Ordered here from Atlanta, and will,
run between Gouldin, and Flomaton
The matter of this claes has been
olmg a round-aboul way, but yester-
day the loca'. offi. ials rce:ved infor
i nation that t'ie new man would reach
b rye bt Friday and wc Ild take tti
M ao that re0-'.' evi nmail could be
handled as formerly and without any

Low rates at Southern Hitel f.'r
Vooiv and board.


I


Pr.


THE MIUROERE


OF YOUIG IS


CAPTURE



iumg Is u IN Aldm



Jim Forest, alias "Can4y Jim," WbO
killed "Buster" Young a few weeks
ago in the sloos of Giddeas, at te
corner of Zarragossa and DeVillier
ereets, has at last been captured. He
was arrested at Columbiana, Ala., a
small town north t Birmingham,
whA.p he khal m-* aodimthv after


OLD RESIDENT

AT LAKE JACKSON

HE RETURNS TO SCENES OF HISr
YOUNGR OAYO A HALT OrEN.
TURY AGO.

The FIorala News says: D.J. Wil-
llams adW daughter, Mrs. Jones, of
Sampson, were here Friday. Mr. Wil-
liams was here about fifty years ago
and used t9 go bathing in Lake Jack'-
son whea it was known as MODade's
Pond. The only house here then was
the residence of Billie Cawthon, tath-a
er of "our uncle" Bullie. There was
nothing here at that date but deer,
'turkey and "In'juns." and the hair.
raising yell of the panther was is;,
sweet to the ear of the hardy pioneer
as is now the musical trill of the
mocking bird to the children of those
same pioneers half a century later.
These old land-marks are fast pass-
ing away, only a few of them remain-,


The older the prospective mother be
the more difficult the ordeal through
which he.hmust pass before she experi-
eacer the glory of the maternal state.
This was true before

Mofther'a


F. L GOULOING

KILLED BY ENGINE

(Continued From Page One.)
gino was backing the cars, so that tha
trainman did not see Mr. Gouaing
who was 'walking close to the rails
The frst car struck him, knocking
him to the ground and fracturing his
skull. As soon as Cte trainmen dis-
covered that some one had been iEl
jurad the train was stopped and the
lnJurerrman moved to a more comfort
able Vftt He died. however, before
uredicat Atsistance could reach him.
Corbler Landrum was summoned
ana' viewed the remains, examining
all of the witnesses, which included
Engineer Still and Foreman Haskell
Remains Brought Home.
A special train was sent out tc
Goulding and the remains brought tc
the city, reaching here about 1 o'clock
The body was taken to the family
home at the corner of Davis and Sixth
avenue, where it was prepared for
burial.


OPERATIONS


AVOIDED


Two Grateful Letters ftm Women Who Avoided
Serious Operations.-.May Women Sufferfng
fom LiUke Conditiuon Will Be Interested.


........ ...........L g to regale the ear of "young Ater- n Family Grief-Stricken.
committing the murder. ica" with tales of the time when "014' Naturally th family of the de-
Young and "Candy Jim" engaged In Hickory" Jackson marched through Natura y the family of the de-
Squarrel in the saloon in the after- these parts on his campaign against was be aebutenow tangib ea ea gentleman, re eitved Thei firshock
noon and the latter pulled a knife and the Seminoles-when the war-whoop dence Inthe shape of countries mothers itformato watotheffct ta hrf e
used it in a most effective manner. of the savage Indian was as common of advanced years who have used it information was to the effect that he l
though it was thought at the time that as the "hoot" of te wl, and the with entire success forces us to gladly had been only injured, but not dead woman s
the wounds were not of a daerous steady eye of the frontiersman was refute the integrity of this statement. Later they were tol of the death. Wearing aroo orwomb trouble
nefore t p o a eained fto ea flincinglyanpwas Old or young, tLe result is the same. Many friends were at the homo firing froinovasta or womb trouble,
nature trained to gaze as unflinchingly upon when the body arrived, tendering that an opemiou Is necessary it, of
"Candy Jim" had made his escape and ed into the eyes of a smiling girl. patent stite,. and absolutely invala- their sympathy to the bereaved fam-i T he very thought of the operatigher.
he has been at large 51Me that date. able at the crucial time, ,y, ant rendering such assistance as table and the knife strikes terror to
Recently, however, the county ocials For external massage, easy and they her heart. As one woman expressed
by good work received Information SIMPLE HEALTH RULES. .mple to apply, wonderful in ts effect, A Prominent Veteran. it, when told by her physician that she
as to his whereabouts, and caused his it surel is a living monument to the Mr. oulding, who ha reached hi m undergo an operation. she felt
arrest. T---ep e e, No Worry, a Yonthtut truth of that old adage. "What's in a Mr. oulding, who had reached his, undergo n o shef
The man Is now in jail and at sn mid, Plenty of Sleep. name?" We reply, "simply Mother's rleavesba fe, fvesons, Our hospitals are full of women
early date he will be brought back A famous New York physician, now Friend." o. at all druggists. Send dahtr and a brother to morn who are there for ovarian or womb
here to stand trial upon the charge of hale and handsome at seventy-five, book "Motherhood It is ree. dath. He was a prominent Conf operations!
murder. sums up his half a century of medical 'even brothers throughout the civil is quite true that thee troubles
practice and observation in these! rAM7 &A. war. He was a member of the famous may reach a stage where an operation
XIe.epbo as a De lP.aese. simple rules of health: Company F, Jefferson Davis Legion of is the only resource, but such cases are
F sLmuch rarer than is generally supposed,
Xenophon opens his disquisition on First-Be temperate in all things, Geogia Huzzars, and was one of thEq because a great many women have
hounds by an enumeration of all the in matters of amusement or study as ----- -- seventeen survivors of that famous been cured by Lyadia E. Pinkham's
defects, physical and moral, which a well as In regard to foods and drinks. *** co mman. He only recently returned Veetable Compound after the doctors
bound should not possess, wherein It is To be temperate in all things, how- I* from 'IeRae, Ga., where he attended, had said an operation must be per-
easy to recoganie all the fallag which ever, does not imply that one must be (Extract from Revised Stat- a re-union of the survivors of the co1n formed. In fact. up to the point where
are still among us. LeWt bounds, a prohibitionist about anything. *utes of Florida. rany. the knif- must he used to secure instant
weedy hounds, flat sided hounds, Iat Second.-Don't be afraid to go to See. 766-PENALTY FOR fMr. Goulding was a personal friend relief, this medicine is. certain to help.
footed hounds. rss ound, l, fo l is he bt o S8PREADING F A L S E of General Lee, with whom he became The strongest and most grateful
footed hounds. madeshed bounds, aleep, for sleep is the best restorer or# PORTS OF DISEASE.-Any acquainted before the civil war. statement: possible to make come from
PORTS OF DISEASE-Any acquainted before the civil war. staatcment., possible to make come from
headstrong hounds, flashy hpunds, wasted energies. Sleep a certain num- person or persons who shall The remaining brother resides 1i women who. bv taking Lydia E. Pink-
sulky hounds, dwellers, babblers, skirt- ber of hours every night and then r- falsely Or maliciously dissemi- Chattannooga, where he is secretary ham's V ,',,,:.. C(umpound, have
era-all are faithfully portrayed and un- member that a short nap during the nate or spread rumors or re.- of the Chamber'of Commerce. escaped serious operations.
eompromisingly condemned.' "Hounds day is a safer rejuvenator than a cock- ports concerning the existence The hour of the funeral has not Mnrgrite Ryan. Treasurer of St. An-
with such fault as these, whether due tall of any infectious or contagious yet been announced. drew's ,Soiety. Hotel English, Indian-
to nature or to bad training, are of lit- Third.-Don't worry either about the disease, shall be guilty of a | --1 apolis,Ind., writes of her cure as follows:
tie worth. They are eanouh to disgust past or the future. To waste a single misdemeanor, and upon convic- A Word on Its Travels. Dear Mrs. Pinkham:-
even a truly keen sportsman." hour in regret for tle past is as sense- tion therefore, shall be punish- *| It seems a curious coincidence that "I cannot find words to ee mv thanks
A good bound should have a light, Mas as to send good money atter that ed as provided by Section 765." the little skiff which skims the waters for the good Lydia E. Pinkam's VXegetable
small, sinewy bead, a l m, round, dexi- which has been irrecoverably lost. To "ec. 765. Shall be fined in of the sporus is called a kaylk, or, nompound did ell unle I h ad an operation could
ble neck, broad chet, fr bholdes fret, oneself about what the fture m a sumr not less than $100 nor In the French spelling, a caique, a ovarian and female troubles. I knew I could
b eck, broad cestree shoulders, fret oneself about wat the f more than $,000 or be impris. word apparently identical with the not stand the strain of an operation and made
straight, round, wiry fore legs, straight have in store is about as reasonable owned in the county jail for not Eskimo kayak. This kaylk is a gen- up my mind I vould be an invalid for life.
knees round sides, muscular loins, fill as to attempt to brush back the tide ** less than three nor more than uine Turkish word, which must have iM r'8. Ptlkh.a's Adke-A WI
flanka but not too fWlL Mthimgbshoul1l of the ocean with a broom. Worry, of aix months." been the property of the undivided A -A W
be firm, compact ald woel let down, his whatever kind, banishes contentment. been the property of the undivided
feet rmd and his stern lg, straight and mtehtmeut is a necessity of ~~ Turkish race in their primitive seat in
andl t rAEng. SBuch is TS'B de- outh. to the great separation which took the ILLD DAMAGE
scription of a good hound. It seems to, Fourt.-eep the mind youthful. ARREST CAUSED BY Seljks westward to the Bosporus
Us not amiss for the fourth century Live in the present with all the other and the Yakuts northward down the SUIT FOR 200 000
before ourera. Young people. Don't get to be reml- BLOODY CLOTH t theshores of the Arctic ocean.
Iascent. Let the old people talk about DLUUO ID LU I H We find the word among the Turkish
Chlteter. tihe past, t. r tenere act of thinking . 4ribesof tfie khanates--kayak, for In- HMMO WANT B
"The reason that the root of ehicery, about old things reminds the mind of stance, meaning a ship in the Tshaga-JHN T, HAMiMONO WANTS BIG
the blue flower which covers waste Its years. Reminiscences are danger- MEN WERE LANDING FROM BOAT tal of Khiva-and the Yakuts also took SUM FROM SIXTEEN FLORIDA
places all over the northwestern states, oas, whether they be soothing or sweet It with thtm in their northward migra-
if not a good substitute for coffee is or sad, for they characterize old age AND AID THEIR COMPANION tion, kayik meaning a keel boat in GROCERY HOUSES.
that we have no alkaloid in chicory." and must be sedulously avoided by: HAD R.XEN DROWNED. Yakut.
said a Chicago chemist. "Moreover, those who would be ever young. The probability seems to be that the
we have no oiL Chicory contains a F Pfth.-Keep up with the times. kayak, denoting etymologically a canoe Jacksonville, Sept. 14.-A suit for
quantity of resinous matter and a, Don't fall behind the procession. To Tampa, Fla. Sept. 14.-A Tribu e of 'birch bark," originated on the $200,000 damages was instituted in the
quantity of matter closely resembling accomplish this learn one new fact special from PuntGora says Statn sores of Lake Baikal and that the United States court yesterday by
the narcotic "prineplem obtained from every day. The mind that is satisfied i ospec and another man were a Eskimos at the mouth of the Lena John T. Hammond against sixteen of
the common lettuce. Ihe milky juice to live upon the lessons it learned in Johnn and another man were ar- borrowed the invention and its name the leading wholesale grocery houses
contains a narcotic element Although its youth soon grows old and musty. rested there yesterday on suspicion from the Yakuts and took t with of this sate.
nnOf having been Implicateiin the mur- sNo declaration or bill of complaint
not eligible as a substitute for coffee, To keep young it must be fresh andd of Theodore Scmttc aged twenty- them in their migrations across Bering has yet been filed, and consequently
coffee an d many people who gterating active-that is, abreast with the times two, engineer of the mailboat Marina. a Greenland. the nature of the suit has not been
tomed to the taste of the mixtu sre The old methods of thought and the running between Punta Gorda and Fi. made public, but it is believed that
ftome It to pure coffee. In former times old facts may have been correct enough Myers. When the boat arrived there Pipe Soka as an Art. it is the same line as the suit by the
the to prejudice ea t Inchory times once upon a time. but that time has this afternoon its only occupants were Amiericans, as a rule, do not,take to government under the Sherman ani-l
the prejudice agais l chicory sopassed. Today they are obsolete and Johnson and another man, who repo.t-. pipes as much as Englishmen, for the trust law, and that the grounds will
great thatEnglish laws were passed only amusing as relics of antiquity, ed that Scott fell overboard and was reason *that very few of them know be for alleged unlawful combination.
against adding it to c but I b- To remain young, therefore, one must drowned near Cape Havs lighthre. how to smoke. They carry their m- The onl paper et field in the suit
here there is no restriction n England keep the storehouse of the memory The story was accepted until a search pulsive, energetic natures into their is a precipe for summons ad res-
or elewherenow. e use of icoryrubbish. Throwof the boat revealed bloody clothing, pipe smoking and puff away as it their pondendum. The title of the suit is asl
over elsewhere enough foothold U eof hrica clear of all sudh rubbish. Throw away believed to have been worn by Scote, existence del ,lnded on finishing the follows:".
make It significant the volume one of the mildewed relies every day the arrest of both nen follow a extn en h "John T. Hammond vs. the Consc!-
tae i an e e and replace it with some newer, fresh- The body of Scot has not been r pipe in a given time. I have seen an ted grocery Company, C. W. Bartle-
de. tee F e Prand more up to date fact covered. cott haAmerica and an Englishman sit down son Company, J. H. McLauren Com-
e GHetre then, Is this New York physi- for a quiet smoke and chat, and the pany, W. B. ohnson, Baker Holmes
Probably the most remarkable singer clan's secret of perennial youth in a Death of Mrs. Sloan. American would fill his pipe twice to Company, the United Grocery Com-
of all time was arnell the beauty n hel: Carrabelle, Sept. 14.-Mrs. Martha the Englishman's once. A pipe, to be pany, Stringfellow Bros. & Co., the
of whose soprano voice remains un-t Be temperate! Don't be afraid to go Sloan, the mother of W. R. Sloan, is enjoyed, should be smoked slowly, but Hillsboro Grocery Company, the C. H.
equaled. It was of large compass, to sleep Don't worry! Keep the mind dead at the advanced age of 96 years. the art in smoking so is to keep the Hargraves Company, the Jacksonville
three and a half octaves, exceeding the youthful. And keep up with the She was a native of Lowndes count.:, pipe lighted. This is a knack which Groce:- Company, the McNerney
ordinary range by six or sfven notes times, : Georgia, and had been living with hor set.,ns to only be well understood on .rruc r, Company, the West, Flynn
His debut at seventeen at Rome in It is not a difficult rule of life to fol- son here for several years. A good, the other side of the pond. The aver- I Harris Company, the Wright Gro-
17T2 was. extraordinary from his corn- low. It is ever so much easier than devoted Christian, a member of the age Ameri-an pipe smoker uses math j "y CLoiany and the J. P. Willlam<
peting with a trumpet player in su- Iwandering about strange lands in Primitive Baptist church, a patient after match with every pipeful. Peo- Ilpa"
training and swelling a note of aston- search of hidden springs. It is some- I ufferr for quite nine months; sLe pie co&me in to selhe".t tobaaeo, and th! Tnhe pra 'e was filed 'by Joneys
fishing length and power. For fifteen what pleasanter than stewing over ill will be missed by the many friend,- one thing they seek for-it is the con- s an Bie & Belell, att
years he traveled extensively, and he smelling crucibles. Moreover it has the 'bho loved Aunt Martha. The funeral tant .ry-is a "tobcoe that will noti Thl summon,. were issued bv the
rehed Spain n 1737, intendlug to advantage of bing thoroughly prac- servicof tere Baptd churc. an l bite the t lo ue." There is no tolbaero Cleri of the Court, and have be-n
tay a few mouths. but remaining ticable, which makes it well worth body was laid to rest in Everreen that will ome up to ths ruir served by the United States Marshal.
twent-fve ear. hli f trying.-Nw York World. f mok as pipe smokers usually do.
twenT-fle Yars.Philn V of nainr~mtpx


had fr llen into a profound melaucho'y.
and the queen found Farinelli's voice:
the only remedy.


GET IN LINE


How are you. Mr. Fastsalesman?
'Why. helio. Has Be ,-a
Haven't seen you iii .some time.
Am selling "FRANCES." a good one. of course.
"PRANCES?"
Why. to be sure. ;he famous Mobile Cigar. male by Frohlichstein
Cigar Mfg Co. Everybody wants them. everybody calls for them,
everybody smoking them.
Never heard of the "-FRANCES." Mr. Has Been?
Y-e-s. I've had onme calls for thcrai.
W-e-l-1, take my order for asserted sizes, as I must have them.


Con Uderate.
After t"e ten things had been cleared
away the young wife came over and
sat on hubby's knee, put her plump
arms about his neck and kissed him
half a dozen times.
"Well, what is it now?" he queried.
"A new dress, dear," she answered.
"But don't you know that times are
awfully hard just at present?" he que-
ried
"Of course I do," she replied. "That's
why I want to give the poor dress-
maker something to do."-Detrolt Trib-
une.
No Repeataeue.
"She married in haste and repented
at leisure, didn't she?"
"She hasn't repented any that I know
of."
"But she Is divorcedT?"
"Yes. But she gets $200 a month all-
mony."-Houst an Post.
He that will keep a monkey should
pay for the glasses he breaks.-Seldem


Joint Convention Held.
Buffalo, N. Y., Sept. 14.-The Brot.i-
'erhood of Railway Car Men and tr.
SInternational Union of Car Worklse
met as one body today. The joint
Convention will complete the details
o organization which w!ll control the
two bodies.


It is not the tobacco. but the heat from Engineers Pass Resolutions.
the fire in the bowl, that burns the Toronto, Ont., Scpt. 14.-The Inter-
tongue.-London Graphic. i national Steam Engineers' Union in
The Peac. annual convention today passed a rps-
The Peach. i solution urging *ho pxcluslon of Chi-
Peaches are a tonic, an aperient, a oltioi rpangse ade Coreans from hi-
nese. Japanese and Coreans from the
food and a drink combined, or, to put United States and Canada. It wa-
It briefly, they are meat and medicine. also resolved that undefsrable empi-
A good meal may be made on cut grants from Europe should be ex-
peaches, with sugar and cream, bread cluded.
and butter. After a meal of this va-


Hearing how Lydia E. Pinklam' Vegetabl
Compound had saved other wmens from
serious operations I decided to try It, Md in
less than four months I w- entWily cured;
and words fail to express my thankfuhms."
Miss Margret Merkley of 275 3d
Street, Milwaukee, Wis., writes:
Dear Mrs. Pinkham:-
"Loss of strength, extreme nr emm
severe shooting pains through the pelvic
organs, cramps, bearing down pains, and
extreme irritation compelled me to week
medical advice. The doctor, after making
an examination, aid that I bhad ovarian roo.
1bo and ulceration, and advised an operation
az my only hope. To this I stronglyob ed
-anad Idecide as a last resort to try yd
E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.
"To my surprise tho ulcamraion bhaied, all
the bad symptoms disappeared, and I am once
more strong. vigorous and well: and I can-
not express my thanks for what it bas done
for me."
Ovarian and womb troubles are
steadily on the increase among women
-and before submitting to an opera-
tion every woman should try Laydia E.
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, and
write Mrs.. Pinkham at Lynn, Mass'
for advice.
For thirty years Lydia E. Pinkham's
Vegetable Compound has been curing
the worst forms of female complaints,
all ovarian troubles, inflammation. ul-
ceration, falling and displacement of
I the womb. leucorrhoea, irregularities,
indigestion and nervous prostration.
Any woman who could read the, many
grateful letters on file in Mrs. Pink-
Sham's office would be convinced of the
efficiency of her advice and Lydia EI
Pinkham's Vegetable Compound.
AMa eBt Sliuastals a W-'as US;,


First We Lead the


"Strenuous Life,


then the


"Simple Life,"

and then


"Equitable Life,"

but now it is


Long Life"

for evermore.
A trial of




Long Life




Liver and



KidneyCure

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


riety a person will feel more like at- A little life may be sacrificed to .I a" a e
tending to the duties of the afternoon sudden attack of croup if you don'i
SNatural FOOd Wins than if be or she lundu!ed In heavy have Dr. Thomas' Electric Oil oi H I fl ah ros s
foods. Peaches are good before break- hand for the emergency.
Golden Health. fast and after dinner. They are good -- --- mm
for the digestion, good for the blood TO THE TRADE. GIVE YOUR HAULING TO
use and good for the complexion. Some On account of quarantine, we willI', -
tS people eat them without cream or not undertake to establish a branch Phn t Transfer
sugar and with good results. The fruit house in Pensacola until same is re- I! U tLU iArA V
Is so rich In sugar and acid that it pre-v oked. We will make all oil and:
serves its flavor a long while, but to grain shipments from Mobile, Ala. i Tth*. L Thorsen, Prp,
get the full benefit it should be eaten Same will go forward promptly. Send HAULING OF EVERY DESCRIPTIOi
as soon as it is cut. Redness of the us your orders for high grade oils.
FOOD COFFEE nose, due to congestion; Inflamed con- PURE OIL CO., SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO
plexion and scrofulous and bilious tend- 14septlm. J. F. Davis, Agt. BAGGAGE DAY OR NIHrT.
and know! encies are said to be materially in-' Low rates at Southern Hotel for PHONE 978.
encedby a liberal consumption of this rooms and board.uthern P HONE 978.
!luscious fruit.'


CLEAR HAVANA.

UNION MADE. N


TRY IT AND BE CONVINCED.

OENOVAR-MARTINEZ CO.,,

Manufacturers, St. Augustine. Florida.


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IMMOXILAIF 1OIL1DA, FPEDAY MO~RI.-N-G, P7rESMBMjr.,, 1.;(5

was in the undue prominence givc
0 WH R TI T EFU D to a few rT',c~i~rfiflkic-kers,-a clm
W EREIT'IS O B FOND. ~ c)t bt: fo-'nn; in every "-or

FRO in 'riii..f j2 Tio-~ jsa r--] lia~e DO
Escanabia Hotel. nxa talw
Day Note1. i':a: zalw
i- Coe's sook store.t- W' 'r'thc.ir-p trace in t.


%V Depo't cws wTana. >-
w Gem Sook Store. 9:-
f, Lewis House.
4 Merchants HoteL
w Southern Mote;.
* Thompson's Book Stwe. .
.^- Wagand Ice Cream Parlor. -
#5 Wagenheirr's Newe Stand. -x
#I Walker's Book Store.
* $:


GOING AWAY?
When you eave the citK for your
summer omUtJon have The Pensacola:
Jouwrna follow you. Notify circula-i
tion maNM r, Phgne 3.


: a 0c.
From an article republishel fro
hbo T;;::-, ;: Tm in these column
S : ; r- r t the eloriou
spo': of fx :;.r .:i. is being revive
in ,a r :-:; f :,., ,-tae. Pensacol
u'- :( n,',- foF to i. number an
.k. o' .- fox huitO.-rs and we woul
:i r 'j;,': ae their apparently
waning e .ria'.s.

Time This Persistent
"Knocking" .Should St .


A otaf r n -:-- jr .
A M ae I deWhat particular objet the Pens"
of PCSacola's Position. oa N. ws expect s to accomplish h
A recent irimr of th,, Tampa Tim,-- iis perss:ont "-knocking" of th
contained an article hat', in some re h,'nath officials and the physicians wh
Speeds. <)o0P ,n nr.;I- -TO (i',nsaco- are' fighting the yellow fever in tbi
la. Ti'- eri, a. f.ows: c': has notL yet been made apparent
As n'.: b, Vp -.. cons ;-r:l n' Yeserday in referring to a new cas
t- n .i *',, ,.. p.' p;-,t of fcver it announces that the patient
Tan i; i ,.a ha.--
ha .e;r I : 'i. a in bed for six days. Just why
-- ,- are. nd :: ;'!nnoiucemnient of ine real canus
Sw'i. :. ir. f oi his i::n< s was not made known
itde toward' ri.. 'Per '-' fore is not made public except
ti fact,. toward < r. n here through the bulletin which made oa
the efaect that thepreon here Pn to hat the diagnosis had been held and
the effect that th-. peoplt- of Penizato- he was placed on the class named.
Ia, white suffering one of the severest' hewasplaced But the cass named
calamities that can visit a southern The doctors say it s yellow fever
city, are only reaping their reward The doctors saoy it i yellow fever
for a"tagonizing the state health offi- and t must be so.
cer. This morning a Times man chac. If the News really desired inform
ed to overhear a conversation along tion in the premises it could havt
this line. and heard one citizen express learned from the health authorities
viewF that were heartily concurred !" that as soon as he ,ceh referred to
by his audience. In part. he said hat as as he rfrrd
"While I am sorry for Pensacola0 was discovered. the patient was im
and rgret that yellow fever has madeI me:1iately screened and every possi
Its appearance Ibere. a! jhe same -ime nble precaution taken pending the de
I feel that the people are only reaping t I
'what they have sowed. They hai-j 'l,;(nt of the disease
brought on a full seve,'ity of the -,- while e taking all the precautions
'Memic by fighting the stale heal-, that w(oi;ld have been necessary had
'eficer from the lime he declared thitt they known a'.solutely that the pat-
the fever was present in that city. and. en had vello x-ve. the ph
-1a consequence they are only getting ,w r- to nouc t'
.what is coning to them now. s i1; did n10 d0ir-C to announce th-
S" am confident ;ha had the people dis9nse a's ,':11h urtil they were rea-
,o Pensacola co-opera-,:l with lDr. solitily ,re h 'rc :I h.-,- were corre",.
fortier when he firs: appeared in the Vh,.n ( 11,1 ar-x, a this oncO -
'city with th0, same unanimity t th n
4her co-operated whil him in W'st' sl(1n h' anno'!reod :Be fITMnpa, that he woili have been abl dial '1.-
'A suppress the "te difficulty ani a.s n-irkleed 'nsc .
*s in West Tampa. physicians have the approval of th,
"Personallv. 1 sympathize with the cI omnunitY a- larL'e. and why any.
people of Pensacola. and tirum thi newspaper hiv;inz t1he tin':':e--s of '*.
hteir belated' efforts to uphold th city at h-ita: wil atUre:npi to stir upl
hands of 1h4, state 'aho'h Ofilerer wit1 tro,:le Ind disqsen*'Ion 1a -ine l k
prove eminent:,- ,,-tare, --lui. but a : I an-
the same? tin)( if Pen-acoa expo':- thi Is mrer ha-an.an ,.sean "- -
ances further :avac-os of the dis -ase. 1I' lr'.- aTu.
will always l'e o'! 0 (! pinion 'ha- N"nh.-r *he ha, offic'.is. he pub-
is due to their a:: mii' when l)r. 1'.--:
ter first proclaiinme-d .he di;scase- to :'
..e his conneerion i :" in' -...' The Journal Printed Our-
o note he kindly l.);:n. fnttna',, in@g August, 1905, a
4* by the( pooplr( of Tamp;a "owar, tho' Total of
state heta'ih offi, c- a,! his rprc~ n-
tative in this eir'. The -imo-st eonfi-
deace is express, oi !t:h prh'siti' 1 7 ,
and Ii i! fell :lat, 'h,, t(; 1 i]: hb.-, | 7
y arded as scr::io;,u .'.n a ':: -'
iantly as it ,s lloss:ii,, r me- o .,COPES
, Public confidence, ha- never 1',, n
eevrre'y shaken during: :h. &ow fever crisis. t her in WeOw T'-- 0
ps or in outi.: eliei-, nitd the hl:-. f, 4 7 1(3
eemfz preval.nT r-ywhoe 'ha* 11 .
disease ill no: aza::, .secunr an en-' DAIL
trance 4n*,> th,. c'-y. v : ii dos,,. tiha Tihe fcl:'.eng -.fin-r-s .how The Pen
t will beL handled with : e sa- c:. sac,.Ia .1oi.i'ia: s circ:',a.ln, :..r ea: i
eWs that oblaledi i' -,e We'-; Tli- dal dt"iLs the mouth of Ajgus. 100.,
pa Incid r. ::.e average nun:!.'tr V: copi.
The alve is unjust: Pensa-ola in dai:.v:
gat the >ho- p;opula:ion setms to br August 1 4.350 August 16 4,800
WaLmed for the .c'ions of a few T-- August 2 4.400 August 17 4.8003
Auoust 3 4.335 August 18 4,800
fgp'r::rat. an,' n:os'`. irresplon.;' August 4 4.400 August 19 4.800
rsons who .::xo 10onz sin(e ceas ,, August 5 4.350 August 20 5,250
ft be a lac',ar. ( wa' or another. n August 6 5,000 August 21 .....
Sae'io f- fa,- tich"' August 7 August 22, 4,0o
a a rnn Atian~-af-0 ^


August 8 4.,0wu ^uguA t 2 4 ,
August 9 4.500 August 24 4,650
August 10 4.500 August 25 4,800
August 11 4,625 August 26 4,800
:st 12 4.625 August 27 5,200
.- 3 5.000 August 28
: :. ; ..... August 29 4.800
~- -.t -'.'t Ac-ust 30 4,800
Asgust 31 5,000
Totr t fo t"' roon.r' ...-. 127.335
Ae-ae per da) .. ..... 4,716
*ti'* A- ab-eve state.
S .-: ac .'or.i.: to the rec-
.- : .. '. e.
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':. i; oN Mgr.
, : ." ?- .- "fore me
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N. :ar- IPublic.


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li c, nor The Joutrial has taken a"y- to MS:####- C ?.'900 es?: t:- 0 .- :.r -0. ; ,nt. suffering frc:m any kind of fever, In localities infected with yellow
particular notice of the recent antics o who is confided to her care, is allowed to be bitten by a meequtt&
of the News in this 'owiect!on, be-. 'on if tho fever ls proven not to be yellow fever. Mosquil'o bites are annoying
tnduse people who are o> the -round De n d for Sobriety "I 'a.'mitul een if not infective to the patient, and it must be looked upo=
SPeoplewho are theap ua Dema nr ho to i-re of neglect, if he shows evidences of mosquito stings.
SR know how to estimate it.0 and hav, ti. No nurse can consider herself a trained ye.'ow fever nurse unless she
moreover, had much More important .-..,... ... . as made herself thoroughly familiar with the weapons which science and
duties t atted to. . .xerience have given her to effectively protect her n It is time now, however, tha tis --- - :oe persons who are dependent upon her knowledge and exertions for safety
child's piay or perverseness or asinin- The man who gots drunk has no in tn anmu'os e to he ; a:r,;n f"r ti frcm the infected.
I a or perverseness or asiin- inge ban hali 1h 7. The weapons of offense and defense that the nurse must learn to
ity. or whatever it is. wv.as stopp-d. a.y h o v T th: i an,'g :Ps, *d'.;i, ,,:: i"andh: in protecting hcr patients arc:
IT hias no effect at home where t : 1st ball is sport, but i: is clean (ad mi.uions :: la ..* ..' A) The McSqilto Bar (Bobbinet Preferred), to Isolate the Patient In His Be4.
S N- '-s is thoroughly uindrrstood. ut sport-it is more than spor;; it i ep year w::i *i.'.:n;:.-.I n. a: .: I Tl netting of bars must have meshes fine enough to prevent the
Si may ;end to a m;isun'lerstandiug ,f business. v ick'trs. p.,s::t of iwqukoes.
the on abroad and It epeds for its SucceC- upon thi Drunken men in the go erpmuent de MosquiW$e can bite through mosquito net'z when any part of the
w t n uch msundrain t approval an(. patronage of a wh:i- plr:amnts wcui ,a,..s ia'ntinal pai nt's body is in contract: with the netting.
I w ts no such misund.rsiauing at some c;ernt of the public. and iA shiame and' scardl-. :. Fr:'euenf examinations should be made to see that there are no torl
this time. must cone up to t:'ie public standard The D:a-o :n b'.sinc':" for the ard n:ac.'s in the nettin,- ac 'i that no mosquitoes have found a lodging inside.
"-, i of morals and decency. '-liininiu tn, i- :;hri:kang .al;.i The netting should be well tucked in to keep the moaqultoes frm
The following is from the Pensaco-' It iA be'oning POaimnti for p-of-;,s and small. r an:ih r-.. '. y h'; enrinrg
la corresponidence which appeared in siondl bail players to be (di.charge, d'ni rises abo)ve a niiiai m.'ni i1,_i, 3. if mosquitoft are found within the netting they should be killed in-
S srlay Mon:-nrr Advertiser because of drunkenness. He is heavily han:!i. apled and . .10. nt nrierl!v driven or shaken out.
SY' .rdays Mon:Z omlry Advertiser: It is becoming Gie rule that the nme:- extraordin::ary ab !it:es can i. i All cas~s of fever sho t'i e promptly reported to the phs"ican;
Tn,. snapper i.-ing business, the who drinks is held to be incapacitartef the ,l; 1rus; ot h.:n an:i gv,, h.N a n av iin his rivall they should he covered with a mosquito bar. This is pr-
no, i r a'-a; alnlI extensive of the for the game where quickness and equ;a; fo:ing wiTh s hr men. r.,ulariy impcar t itant i lea-. with mild Ievt rs, espe,.tally in infants and
local indu st i. is a sandstill on correctness of thought and action ar,- For high success he mu.st pay an i".iolir.n in localities liile t)o nufectiotn with yellow fever. .The dishes e man-
act.in: ( t,it a quaran-ine. The ves- so requisite., llo ,rnlois Cxrua prico .. ofnr::. an T'. ."-s itself in such a mild forw in infantile and early childhood, that it is
seals engaged in iis trade make trip;, No degree of skill and reliability effort. ;,k.lv to escape recognition. On ac'oun of the very mildness of the sympi
from lifit o fivc hundred ill" in when sober can balance the danger of it is the same in 'i profession.:. :, ;.:- usual precautions are ,r)t taken and the mosquitoes are able to
disance and as the quarantine regu-,error when drunk. Men who, when The o'd-Time law, r who m::ad. spreadd thO disease without moles.arion. The m.d or unrecognized cases ar4
jat on1 have litn drawn so tightly the sober, are among tihe very bent in the great pl.as onli when dir:k has t)wn ;,r this reason, the MIost dangerous, from a sanitary point of view.
v ss5(otsre not ailowei to get away National League have had to go bi crowded down by t; ;aer who (B) Screens.
froan the bay. cause they would not keep sober. makes abler pleas whiin stber. All openings leading to the sick chamber should be screened. Ontst-d
The only receipts of the fine fish are Business is setting its face sternly The drunken physician is no longer ,f hop::a>-, wire srec:s are not ustualiv available and proviaonal screens
coming in now on vessels which werelagainst the hara' drinker. And so is deemed a geniu.4, bu i:s av!d(,, can bef malde of l)bbinet or cheese cloth, which can be tacked or otherwise
on the gulf when the qiaranine were clean sport. ven the hb-,;: har 'ader is thf- -t c',- .1 o the openings of tho oick room.
established. These are very few and The great corporations of the coUiin sober one. Stlconlk,,,,;prs, Just as al (C) Sulphur and Pyrethrum for Fumigation.
the fish are consumed locally try have made som Amends for th o'h-:r l):ilne. m,.n. r)Ip:,sgnize the Funima:.,Ae he room with suphur or pyrethrum (lasect powder) to destroy
on There is not a word of truth in thiaevll they do by establishing the rule l.usin.:s vai,- s-Iri':v.. Po in II ,,:y ir.c'-:c ,l n:o qiiiroe- as early a:s -,poskl af*er the fourth day of fever.
ss report. The fishing business is going;lhat only sober men can serve them dcairing o1n ,' and i' b:itin >r :-',ip-" 'mned in a"n. ir. p; i- :ho surest av. in f :ise i In proper quan.tty
- on as usual and the receipts of fis the plac-s of trust and 'responrsinil ..o n r drink b i h : ,t iiju;'e fabric. or (-.-. r n!s in an ;verage ro ts '-
Sare in no way interfered with by toe t the big('t e v ;s. n. it thi room be closed- :m- ac':r:,'ly. two p- is of sulphur to 1.000
Sare in no wainterfered with by e The railway companies, the tele- Scbri,--y bhai, is alvan'ai.'.. *n :.ic fee: ;, space is estimated by .sanitary authe ,; and one pound of
w present quarantine. Pensaola. hias ra'ph cenpanies, the express compan- s.'ons a. it has in bus Iness. :.f : see; powder to 1.000 b:c fro', w! s';fice to stupi.`. the naitqutoes. The
3' enough to contend with in a busine-s les and all the rest of the great punro,, bal men are rapidly learning i: ;n:sq'itio's .wiill fall to the iloor and -ho.',ld be collected and burnt. Two
a way now without boig made tbe vic- service companies hold drunkniiness Botwe and high salary no longer mix !..r'' f::nmisaion with sulphur is qui:e sufficient in ordinary cases. Bhe
te tim of reports which have no founiel.' f',es of sulphur wiil not remain lon-, and household Ammonia sprinkle
tim w ate w in hae n n- i O .,heu: ,!, room will diminish thcir unpleasantnesA
on whatever auexcept in the ima.in- T T ANSM ISSIJON Op" Th' fumigation should be done in the morning. so that th. room will be
m tion their author. re of dor i night. and it should be done preferably :n dry weather. When-
ns (S r W F V AN m ,' thel condition of the patient will permit, a room adjoining the one
s NOMADS. Y L Lfi F A o('cnp-lIe by the patient should te first purified of mosquitoes and pre aared
The stars are nomads. and the march he reception of tbe patient. who i.s to be carefully transferred to the dils-
d Then stars are nomads and they march fetd room a.; early as possible afTer the fourth (lay.
l In silent troops by night: I O W TO N U SE IT The work of disinfection and mosquito destrnction. as wll ai arr nilng.
SWiTh tar kre noma and the y march is now n citluCted by the Hoalth Authroities, Immediately after notiftoatina by
ith lisohe atn a,ling physician. But in isolated localities or when deoay in obtain-
Over the world and under th world, At a meeting of t ing sanitary relief is unavoidable, the physician and nurse must direct the
i Over the world and under the world, Af a mooting of the Orleans Parish Medical Society, held August 12. 1905. members of the household in applying the prescribed regulations.
S n endless Journey they make; Dr. Rudolph Matas addressed the ,Society on the "New duties and responsibili- Additional precautions in sulphur fumigation, recommended by the HeRfth
-Over the world and under the world, ties iniposed upon trained nurses. and other persons entrusted with the care Authorities in charge of sanitation in New Orleans during the plresen
Until the bright daybreak, of yellow fever patients. in consequence of the newly acquired knowledge cr epidemic:
-Frank Leo Pinet, in Recreation for the iode of transmission of ,his disease by the mosquito." Remove all ornaments of metal, such as brass, copper, silver ad ilt
September. A brief synopsis of the elementary Tacts connected with yellow fevpr .r,)m the room that is to be fumigated. All objects of a metaBic nastre.
prophylaxis and a statement of the nurse's sanitary duties in this disease. which cannot be removed, can be protected by covering the objects ti 'tly
which he had utilized in his teaching, and submitted to the Society are pub- with paper, or with a thin coating of vaseline applied with a brush.
rea a* to'eur., wished for the benefit of The Journal's readers as follows: Remove from the room to be fumigated all fabric material after te
There Is a good story tolh' of Sir
Chleh Chen Lo Feng Lub, who wa' ELEMENTARY FACTS OF EDUCATIONAL VALUE. roughly shaking. Open all drawers and doors of furniture and closets.
The room should be closed and made as tight as possible by stowng lto
e, formerly Chinese minister to England. 1. Yellow 'fevter may be ,defined as an acute, infectious, tebrile disease openings in chimney, oor, wals, keyholes and cracks near wndo
Y s agohewassecretaryto L Hung which is t"ansmitted from the sick to susceptible individuals through the doors in chimney, oor, walls, keyholes and cracks near windows
is Chang. He is a very able man, and agency of mosquitoes: and. a: far P known, by the single species, the Ste- Crevices can be closed by pasting strips of paper (old newspapers) @ar
among other acmplishmentspeaks a Faiaa, which is the common domestic or cistern mosquito of New them with a paste made of flour.
t. and writes Enlitsh perfect. The Orieans. and in 'fact of all the lor'-dties in which yellow fever prevails. i The sulphur should be placed in an Iron pot, flat sket preferred, sad
t.n Iite in The lvy. a2The The germ or fransmiss .ible poison of yellow fever exists inr. the blood thisplaced on bricks in a tub or other convenient water recptacle with f abot
e tory is given In "The Navy as I Have of yellow fever patients only durig te first three days of the disease; a -er aca
t Kowna It." el f int e thea th d an inch of water in the bottom. This is a precaution which must be takes to
S Hung Chang is ort to ha rd the ent ceases to be nace to the health of other. Hence the guard against accidents, as the sulphur is liable to boil over and set to
i Hung Chang is reported to have importanc-e of recording the very hour when the attack first began. th house.
yaid to him, "I don't know how it is 3. The mosqttlto (Stegomia Pasciata) is powerless to convey the dis- The sulphur Is readily ignited by sprinkling alcohol over It a lightlUltg.
e We send our men to Europe and ease to a susceptible person by its bite until at least twelve days have elapsed The apartment should be kept closed for two hours, and them opened Up
.n America, and have foreign Instructors after biting the yellow fever patient. Thik period of incula' ion in the mob- a well ventilated
to In oUr colleges, as do the Japanese, quito is the time that is required for the germ of the disease to breed in the and wOTE-To nd the cubic contents of the' room, mlpd.i the length o
t but we do not seem to derive the ad. body of the mosquito and to migrate from the insect's stomach to its salivary the room by the width, and this total by the heightroom, and to nd the aot
d vantage from thetr instruction which glands. The United States Army Yellow Fever Commission found, in 1900, of sulphur necessary w o fumigate the room divide the cubic contests by 5 Mo
the Japanese do." that in Cuba this period varies from twelve days, In the hot summer months, and the result will be the amount of sulphur required In pounds.
To this Chieb Cben Lo Peng t 'mre- to eighteen days and over. in the cooler winter season. Take, for example, a room 15 feet long, 30 feet wide and 10 feft b we
', pled: 4. After incubating the yellow fever germ in its body during the period would multiply 15x10x10, equals 1,500 cubic feet. Divide this by 600 =ad '
i "That Is quite true. I was n daw- above specified, the Stegomyla is ready to transmit the disease during the will have the amount of sulphur required, viz: 3 pounds.
mate of the Marquis Ito in England entire period of its natural life, which may extend over 154 days, provided th
e Is n w Prime inMqister of J an insect has access, to water. (Guiteras.) Walter Reed was able to innoculate ---. --- --
Se i now prime minister of LJaupnn, -*yellow fever with a St yia fifty-seven days old. Guiteras with another
s and I am your excellence's secretary." i01 days old. [Note-Acl1ting to Agramonte, Stegomyia Fasciata In Havana
o can only be coaxe dto hite until four days old. With us. in Louisiana, says
- A Itt Rl t I nM* Cate. Dupree, it bites without coaxing within twenty-four hours after emerging from
- The teacher was gtivng the school a the pupa case. It was believed, at one time, that: (1) the females of Steg-
little lecture on gowd conduct. "Let me omyla must be impregnated before they will bite; (2) that the female, after I H in T H Ul
- caution you on another point, chil- biting once, does not appear to bite a second time, or at least until five or WHY IMAIT SIIULI
dren," she said. "Avoid criticising., seven days have elapsed: but Dupree says that the Stegomyias in Louisiana
Don't make a practice of finding fanlt that have been isolated and reared apart*from the males will bite promptly
with other people or picking flaws in and frequently. Probably after they have digested their blood meal, and. like
what they Cay or do. It !s a very bad Anopheles, within three to five days after.]
babit to form and wI make your own 5., A-period. varying from two to five days, usually elapses after the b'te I
life unhappy." of an infected mosquito before the symptoms of yellow fever will develop in
l"Wi v nbach- so u the human subject. (This is the incubation period o$ yellow ever, and the
I"ny. ht'acher," Sroke u p a little United States Army Yellow :Fever Commission found that in thirteen cases
'livn"t'' twy m- f t: experimental yellow fever obtained by the bites of mosquitoes it varied'i T lE W EE L O IRAI
h. fromn forty-one hours to five days and seventeen hours, after innoculation.)
'You ntrprise n"e. (eorg'.y. What is 6. From the above, we gather that if an adult Siegomnyvia Fasciata hite1
your f:.-t,,. o.-r'e!a::n''" a yellow fever patient within the first three days of the disease, it will have
".'i a pr >ofre'do'.r. t'a'am." to incubat' the poison ia its body from twelve to eighteen days (incubation
The terchr eoulied behind her fu. period in the mosquito); then. if it bites a susceptible person at the expTrn Te an erh an -B
"Well, t(nr,>'." .-' said, "I will tim of this time, two to five days mrst elapse for the disease o manift'et i'- T rtltD OR i eruMt .
nt. ;a: e< n.,.tion in tlf case of your ('lf in the bitten person. Therefore, inestimaiing the probable spread ot r ral is directed to the fact tha T
fa.t' .r." :.,o'low fove: from a single individual to the susceptible peIr.'ons in his e viroi.r
.-.- -. ment, a period of at !east twenty-six days must he allowed to elapse before journal'ss WEEKLY EDITIONis now read by
Dar-k Koor.s. it1o sue"s or failure of any preventive" measur.,r. d;I-e.,l':' towards the de'- p i
There orl:t io to ,e a dark room ;.icl'ifn of the mosmqui:o, can be determined. In view of ti.e fact that several yC pfraCt CVCry ftdd* i l
S r t 1i, Ta r roo lay m elapso efor, a mosquito infected f'on the fir: ca, may bite f the Cty who doe not tke the dily.
in ch a nyi i' tm I:: ,ith-' t ee z c ptible person, this period of observation sh:tuhl I.b !-igt, i ined to Ihirt.
rinbh sunlg.Its fo:' heatIth s t sn ot 1 ,a-s. which is the t .me given by the health n', "ritio oc New O(rean int
d c' ,e'.r 'du cj ro i:s't n ity 11.n1- p're5(' t epidemic. to O('ermine if a focus will di vo~e 'l r f )ro, a. infe"te A ca:'ts i h D .
dw ways r e modiratre as o,'asicn m.y 7. The Stegomyia Fasciata cannot convepv y allow f vr r during tht tnte cout people; but a d s i
require, but i.ts plenary suppIly bshouldI hat the poison is inmubatin-: in its body (t:''el;-n to eighren ays). It !n. COuntry peop a
always le provi-el for. Of artificial bite freely and repea'etly during i .i' prrlod. hw it; hi: i- : inn >r'ous; nei:t!he: W both the DAILY and the WEEKLY will tMre
light generally it nny le said that in laos its bite within this period con!"'r any immunirty r the bt' in person.
all its fonrs. except that of o!'.tricity. 8. Yellow fever is not t 'anr'lir:e'i er (conve(:. t.v fomni' 's i. e. art'cl,. all of them-both city and c t B


inasmuch as It Is produced b:- the corn- .r inanimate objects that have come in cot'ac' vwi:h yell : v fe'r p-tient : TH WEEKLY OURNAL i
bustion of some corp.v:ml of hydro .thetr immediate sizrrou'.-dings.) Hence :-e d:t.inft(':o: of i cof::inwz. helT!.n 1 WEKLY JOURNAL is a
gun nl carbon, previo-'!y volatil:zei r n er.-handis -iluprFely -oiled or contamna:e.i by c-n'ac i ,:r pro"im" ton Of the local and telegraphic nws
or brouclit intn a g:is.ois enmiition. It xiih tht, h ,. ist:1 'n td-nh.e phIs.-'a rI,.
is more or leos injiurl1. ro th-" atmio- ; T..'c i :i 's ." cdavera of the e(ad from y' "w lver ar., incapab,:, o- has been published in the daily durig t
hn h mit Sng the 'tzsense rniss derat' (-, ous within 'lie first t(ir n 'n Oa
phere by usumng the oxygen a dis e a rare occurrence: and then only if tr.':ic-'e ar ll t) W and it reaches every subscrber i
ttng m it g the body before dec position ha n. for him to read on Sunday.
TdI 'There is no poes:i ,i'itt of cotr'ta';,ing ...ye o fever fon the black
Too 1'iny Vindlttonsvit. evacuations, or ohiier exeretlans o(f ye'lowv fever nation,; P ws a m w
A man ii:'l:'l. Bi!l was always get- 11. An attack of yellow fever caused, as it always is. by the b: eo of the th ou c af Es .
ting iu trouble. "fBut." he would say I tegom.ia, confers imni:un:t:.: against subsequent attacks of i;h' diseas:..
to his friends afterward, "I was vin- Of TAW W w ly fWd maw.
dicated. ked' menl atid rne thvindic Duties of the Trained Nurse. It is mailed to subscribers for SLOO p

After this hlnd happened seven or eight NEW DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES IMPOSED UPON TRAINED year, and practically every voter in bia
times an old fellow said: "Bill, I quit NURSES IN THE TREATMENT OF YELLOW FEVER. IN CON.- y county reads it.
yon right here. You have been vini- county reads it.
cated oftener than becomes an honest' SEQUENCE OF THE ABOVE FACTS.
man.-Atchison Globe. 1. No nurse can he crnsidered as trained in the manaz.er,.Lt of e'o. iTi
fever in the light 'f p-esent. accepted, knowled;-e an!,a s sh;< .. iizv- full.
o to Cy nical. earnestly, and conscientiously, that the disease i- ta...:' ,, .-.', i.i no--
Doctor (to wealthy old lady, con- uitoes. and that it is her duty to prevent tho admi-sii)na of rhi,, :i,("' .
valescent after a severe illness)- he sick room and ;o destroy them promptly if to'ry should tn;d t;ieir wa
Have you no bright, cheerful relations herein.
who could come and stay with you? 2. That as the inseparable attendant at th,, bedside of ine patient sh.-
Old Lady-Oh, yes; many. But they :i.ust co-operate with the physician in the discharge o:f his functions as .i ar-
wouldn't be a bit cheerful If they lian of the public health. The trained nur.e in this capacity becoming d:r(-.'-
thought I was getting better. 'v the most effiewn; and important, sanKary agent in: preventing the sp:'ea I
yei'ow fever in nft-cied localities. Upon her inteniige:r( a:)p:ecia:iorn )ot
-ssmts.l.. -he mode of transmission of this disease, her personal s-af- .y (:ft fshe i- an
Jorktes-My dear, I wish you would non-immune) and the protection of the fatilly ard the en'ir, 'ousehold otf 1 9
not sing that song about "falling dew." :he patient. (especially if these are not immunesi) areiy. :f n(- entirely.
Mrs. Jorkins-Why not? Jorkins-It -i'pen-ds.. ,. ,. I. -


reminds me too mtme of the home
rental
In Warmoay.
"What color does madatn wish me
to g:e her bihale today?"
"Black, please. I'm going to atfn-
neral."-Paris Annales.


3. very nurse IU us ear i n mi a tiat tL o 5ma5iinanteio.' w (l1W feve:-
patient is innmcuous and absolutely harmless to even the mo-,t susceptible
non-rnmmuae, if the proper precautions are taken to prevent the access of
mosquitoes to the patient's person.
4. The greatest freedom of personal contact and intercourse may there-
fore be permitted between the yellow fever sick and (he %eli in the sick
loom, and provided the thnoculation of mosquitoes, by biting the patient
during the Arst three days of the disease, is absolutelyy prevented.
5. The mission of a trained nunr is not satisfactorily accomplished If a


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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, FRIDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 15, 190S


PAM P0V


DR. FENNER'S


kdq& *b ader, MWa
KidneyC Dr.-'
AMD m mmatism bkmache,


Backache C u're
Amis PPmS T BD. Cure
gs bu em di- scerage- --f. T-a sre r ye. It mecesseary write Dr.ienae.
Slmamenl l cuemren wi tJrlu ca ch es s riner Allconualta.ions PS .
Suffered with Kidney Trouble.


SHad Pains in His Back.


- -.- --,- V L --


NO YELLOW FEVER


EXISTS


Report


unnIIIIr


6 for 5
stands for six bottles

Old Hickory Whiskey
FOR $5.00 CASH.
4 for 03.20
stands for four bottles


FOX HUNTING IS A

GLORIOUS SPORT

IS GRAPHICALLY DESCRIBED BY
TAMPA SPORTSMAN, IN TIMES
OF THAT CITY.


IIIUUILL HY-1.o WHISKEY
dIedrIUUILL-L oW arHKEY s The Tampa Times says: Fox hunt-
delivered prepaid to any part of West g, as practiced in Florida by the pa.e
THE COLDEST BEER-PABST-ONand ghostly light of the moon, among
Numeus Deaths Thr DRAUGHT.AB the camps of scrubs and the tnick
Anythierous Dng in eaths Thethe Whiskreey a Wnegrowth of our semi-tropical hammocks,
eeAk Pyntunce Shine in s the Whiskey aock a rices to isa noble and thrilling sport and
Week Pronounced as,. :i in stock r ieso n ulasor ret
suit everybody, everyone should be pleased to read
F e. or listen to all that can be written or
Falore. MDa h i said on the subject, but too frequently
M OrriS lann Ceisser Ithe accounts are clothed in such tech-,
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ror some time past I nave estWrdast afternoon the Daiyi tarragossa Streei.
been suffering with kidney trouble, yesterday afternoon the i N. B.-I am in no way connected
r k, News contained a report announcing with the firm of Dannheisser Bros.
causing severe pains in my back. I the receipt of a private letter from a
was unable to do any heavy work. "reputable Mobile citizen and a" .
S. I tried many remedies and doctors dressed to a prominent cizen oi
i!/e 4h" but without benefit. I then this city,' in which t was stated nhat P0 T C I 'Photorph
bt h"Dungue" fever was epda emic there.
H commenced taking Dr. Fenners Kid- and th o last Friday tere ere t Gallery
ney and Backache Cure and secured deaths; on Saturday nine deaths; and Will Be Re-pod About Oct. 1st
prompt relief and now after many :on Sunday 21 deaths: also that ir.
months, have had no return of the a single day there were at least 60
"K ^aches and pains and am abletowork new ras,-. I F. M. WILLIAMS,
SW/ acs I could anot eored a Reara!e-sr of tho letter from the CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER.
as I could not before. Regar eO A
lte g ha's "reputabh!e citizen" of Mobile tQ the Office. Broonaham building, next
v/ little randson has also been "prominent citizen of this city, t:her.i to Pensacola Business Coilege.
greatly benefited by its use. seems to have been absolutely no Prompt attention always given I
I certainly heartily recommend tiuth in the report. to business. Pensacola. Fla. I
your Kidney and Backache Cure and Only One Death.
am very thankfulfor the cure it has Mayor Bliss immediately rang unt
W/ brought in me. Yours truly, John W BRurg. a former Pensacola
',JH L^ 'JOHNLONG." citizen, over tht long distance phono4 N CE
Father of Frank Long, proprietor of, and acquainte him wiih D he report
HotelOxford.Topeka, Kas.r. urg hunter up Dr. Goode, the
MobloTlo health officer and tbe latter
bld by Druggftsf, 5f0. d $1. e cOook aook Td Tre on telephoned Mayor Bliss that there had
tiRESdALE--REB. M. F Penner, D., Freidomni, N. e. Y .-ek and that was from child-birth
OR AL BY J DUUSSOHeN BRO.alo said there wa-s no fever in
... Dr. Goldberger's Report.
CITIfZE.NS I? E3SF'()N 07The report of the' existence of Ye" (Conmtinued from Pir~t Page.)
Illcw fever in 'Mobile having reaciihe:
CITIZENS R S JND I e Marine Hospital Service. Dr. Jos
Goldbberger of that service was in. cases have occurred, while the Greek
SOA fL L A structed to make an investigation and the two negroes are also within
SThis he did and his report was pub- a short distance of some of the pre.
listed in the Mobile Register of yes-
terday as follows: vious cases.
Mobile. Ala., Sept. 13. 1905. Not Discouraged.
lL..a T$3 per day for each indigent case of Dr. Rhett Goode, City Health Officer,
ir SW U yellow fever that is sent to the hosp:- Mobile. Ala: The situation, as expressed by Dr
S. ltal and cared for there. Dear Sir: 1 have the honor to Porter, last night is not as encourag-
m u 1 I I up ft *d The Relief Committee of the gen-'advise you that after a careful en- ing as it has been for thle past few
do fi N_ l and _eral committee was allowed $8 per'quiry as to the presence of yellow 'ays. He said:
CUimg fg P r an0 day for each patient where nurses fever in this city. I telegraphed Sur a i not uite so B
are procured, this amount to be used geon General Wyman, Public Health "The situato I not quitoe soen
in paying the latter. and couraging as it has been, but it is
!and Marine Hospital Scrvice:
An appropriation of $100 was ma,13 "I can not find yellow fever in Mo- not discouraging by any means, and
to the United Charities, in order that bile. Plateau or Whistler." we are doing everything possible
t A REACHED 211 AND he society might purenase groceries I desire, in this connection to thank The mortality rate through, is much
N HAS REACHED 4211, AND and supplies for the poor and need:-. ou for your courtesy in facilitating higher than It should be."
WORK WILL WE CONTINUED UN- The mayor was requested to employ my enquiry. Patients Discharged.
I forty.- men and two foremen at $1.25, Respectfully yours, a bur patients who ihad been unfiler
TM. THE NECtESARY 600 t HAS per day, the foremen to receive $2 tJos. Goldberger. t-eatment for the past week. were dis
SEEN SCUR- D. I per day, and place them at work clha :- ,Mobile's Health All Right. charged yesterday by their physi-
EEN eng up the city. This gang will be Commenting on this report the cans. This eavesa total of only m
known as the mosquito gang and will Mobile Register says: cales under treatment out of 41.
fumigate and clean every place found There should There ld be general congratu- Wor Continue
Ctioema of the city are responding in bad condition. or where sickness: lation hre that after rigid and im- n
fiberajy to the call for aid to clean has occurred. partial investigation it is declared The work cleaning up the city
un the city and *iss*t he poor end: He was also requested to employ that the many rumors of suspected and moequils tos goTi g ad vigor- d
mering during the( period of yellow' seven men and a foreman as a fumi-i cases of fever in Mobile are umfound, ously e d IAWM be inued utl the ,.
teer. Yesterday the committee con- gating gang, and to secure twenty re- ed, and that there is no fever in M. feve is eraEIested.
tinued Its work, and before night sponsible men at $2 per day as in- bIle or county, and no cases sus-. _
had Incrased thif-sum by over 1.o00., spectors in order that a house to house, pected of being yellow fever. Dr
T oe amount now subscribed reaches Inspection may be made. Goldberger was sent here by Dr. Wy. *
a total of $4.211, and of this amount The Subscriptions. man to Investigate certain features l 1
$8,1 has been collect d trained The,s-ri,,;io,- list now shows the of the local situation. ThIe doctor
over to the treasurer. followin- made a permmal inspection, examined _YELLW_ _ V_ R a
A meeting of Lhe executive commit- w .ai.! o itthe records, question, the people I
tee appointed y the general commit-. Fr n ank. ..... ^ ....00 the physicians, etc.. and devoted three GET THE B
o c i ired ,a.o.co t Br . ... ............ 10.00 "s t GEH B
tee was held yesterday at t SF. r Co.......... .0 to most arduous labortryingt OF PENSACOLA DRTGGB TS FREE.
"'Nat., tsr- tioalBak.w L Jr.,American National Bank....... 200.0 ,tisc r .,whether .here was or had 1
w n elected chain man and W. C. Jonea C;ousoldated Grocery Co........ been any yellow fever in Mobile this' t
weay. Thi cOm Le ha entire Fr. J. Schreyer ............ season, and he found none.
ebrgeCC thoe disbursingnOf & toeys Escambia.Rea .."Co .......... I'', There is no more to be *said. The"- --O. t
s crbed, and none wll be pd out siv ia C........." 0 indication from aspersion is as com.- s
Ou ,ed upon a check d n e d by t il eLeeDnitI................ ..25. nd pleie as could lie desired. Confidence In t
ckm un a SU ecretarck sy A.- Bua................100."', i the trustworhiness of our ocare C b
h a d r Hannah Bms ....................10-()ohealth authorities anti' physicians is
AW.UW,, 8"014,110016- 1People's Bank ................10.00 strengthened. both at home and is the place to send your clothes to be
Is order that the work might be Pensacola Water Company .... 100.(,4 aboard. Where-as the coming of Dr 'Dyed, Cleaned, Pressed or Repaired. t
omnmenced ImmediM ejy the commit- Leslie E. Brooks...............10.00!Gol(erger caused for the time much They are now in a position to handle d
tee decided to guarantee to the city J. M. Coe.................... 10.0O; am a i t 'he .... nit-to n nf .. ... n..... .... ., + .. ....
.y.j..:JI n u y^iur WLowr &^^ ^ 1ALUI ^i~iVLi ,iAR ucy.^ ^a.'


GOT H4S HAIR BACK.
Wfs Prfwtly Bald When Me tarted
to Use Newbre's Hepicide
Vnederic Manuell Maryland block,
utkte, Montana. bought a bottle of
ew? 'a b g .pici4e Apr11 6, '99 aW
bega to me It for entire baldness
' e hair follicles in his scalp were not
Mea and in 20 days he had hair all
ver his bead. On July 2 he writes,
"amd today my hair is as thick and ,
luxrliant as any one could wish.-'
Newtr'sa Har4ceide works on an old:
pdrciple and with a new discovery--
detroy the cause and you remove wme
effect. Herpicide eiastroyz the germ
tht cauwe dandruff, falling hair, and
s11ly balness. so that with the
came ome the effect cannot remain
96W laling hair at once and a new
grow starts. For sale by W. A.
D'AleUerte, druggist and apothect.ry
121 oet Plafo x street, or Mead 16c
i tl t to The Herpicide Co., De-





SDon't


Pensacola Investment Co 100. ors adverse to the reputation of Mo-
Southern States Lumber Co...-. 100.00 to be of advantage to this city, as
Consolidated Naval Stores Co.. 100.,0 the report of the doctor establishes Phone 675 Proprietor.
German-American Lumber Co. 54 ')01 Mobile's health condition beyond No. "11 Nortbh Palafex M street.
Sunders 1ill C ............ 25.00 cavil.
J. R. Saunders................ 50.00j
Pensacola, St. Andrews & Bad Mood and indigestion are dead
SGulSt eamship .......... 00 1-enemies to good health. Burdock bst
D. Kuglemn ................ 10.00 Blood Bittera estros them.
j. Geo rWhite .........b........ 56.0o
S. P. Shotter Co............. 250.00) B lue R ibbonl
Jos. Coleman...... .......... 2.0'Ju A. M. Avery................... 25.00
A. F. Warren .. .....-....... 25.00 Gordon & Brown .............. 15.00
M. oh.................... Tho. ebiey................ 5.0 B title B eer,
JTno B. J .on "................. 1 5,Forbes Furniture Co........... 400
T. H. Lannon & Co........... 15 ( N. G. Focheimer.......... 1
IN. G. Fo (-heim er ............. P0.09 h as
Wio. Johnson & Son........... 2 (iI H. G. DveSilva & Co........... 25.00 h [O
Cutter Music House........... 10.00 W. A. DAlemherte ........... 1000 Sold everywhere
Meyer Shoe Store............. b.001 Jas McHugh .'. ..-- 25.0r r.
Standard Clothing Co........ 10C'O Sol Cahn & Cor............. 2;00
DouTville Timbr and Land Co. 5.00, B. Gersom.... ........ ....... 15.00 A Friedm an
Maxwel l & R.eves............ 20.00 j Kryger ...................17 0
. co. Jr .................. 5.0 Green & Wason ............ Wholesale Distributer.
P. Campbell .. ............... 5.04,tJ, c. VanPelt ................. .1 Io1
H. H. yer.................25 t.O(t The Pensacola Journal ........ :5.00!Le rin Import Wines
Kress & Co H................ 10.00, Naval Stores Export Co.......250 (00
D. Hale on.............. 25.00 w. B.............25.00............ 50.00 SWg h C
-. N. Apostle.................5.0 and q r
McDavid-Hyer Co.. .......... 25.00 PHONE 171M
R. G. Bushnell................ 20.00
A. A. Fisher................. 50.00! N. 31 SOUTH PALFOX ST.
4ml H. Baars & Co................ 100.00 ; NSACO PL A.M
Pensacola Lumber Co........ 100.00!
F. C. Brent.................. 25.00
John Shepard ................ 5.00 NEXT
when it comes to insurance. A. Dilbustro .................. 10.00
Quit taking the risk yourself. Alex Zelius................... 1.00 SUNDAY
Turn it over to as sa"D. Levy......................1.60
Turn over to s E. J. Dunham ................ 500
'Gulf Machine Co.............. 25.00 I N
ave a O.H. Smih & Son ............ 100 THE JOURNAL
Havea r Pilots ....... .. .... 100.00 THE JOURNAL
_W. B. Lamar................ 10.30
Scarrit t Moreno .............. 5.00;
W. S. Rosasco ............... 10.00
Marine Grocery Co............ 5,0
If'* safer and costa but little. H. Muller .................... 5.00
If in doubt ask other wo i F. 0. Howe & Co............ 25.00
know and have had experience J.C. Porter.................. 1000
investigation wI prove we're J.A. Chaffin .................. 25.00
right. We take ne rit an H. H. Thornton............... 10.00
thLa ends your worry. Insure J. B. Roberts.................. 10.00
now. Delays are dangerous J. P. Williams Co............ 100 90f
T. A. Jennings................ 10o.00
R COM PA NY o W. Wrght.............. 0.00
Cash ... ..................... 5.00
R COM PA NY, Quina & Guttman ............ 10.00
LIFE INSURANOC CO. Frank Reilly ............... 25.00
R'EET. .PONE Nt S. A. Friedman ................ 10.00
SF D. Dannheisser .............. 500 WBRLOCK HOLMES,
A, FLA. H. 0. Anson..................... 10 00i
Marston & Quina ............. 25.00 The Greatest Detective Fiction.


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ini al language that tiUe uoutsi-'er
cannot gather from them a realiza-
tion of the -true beauty and charm of-
the sport. It will perhaps be interest-
ing to listen to a layman's impres-i
sions of the sport, as gathered from a
dialogue which a lurking journalist:
chanced to overhear in the council
chamber between a prominent alder-!
man and the sporting president of tbh
city council-Dan Wiggins.
The Glorious Chase.


"I never could appreciate fox hunt-
ing," said the prominent alderman.
-'or find what pleasure my sporting
friends found in it until I moved over
to the outskirts of Hyde Park, where
I resided for some time. While there
I was keenly alive to the music of the
chase and learned to distinguish the
pianissimo, tie rescendo, the dia-
blissimo and the allegro con esprea:-
ione of the noble hounds, but sadly,
to say, since I have left the regions
of the chase I have lost my apprecia-
tion and now sleep as soundly in my
peaceful couch this side of the rive:
as I used to do in the good days when
lulled to sleep by the tuneful chant of
the hounds.
"In the evening as I sat down to
smoke my after-dinner cigar and rea-1
the evening paper, a diabolical noise
would arise in the direction of Dan
Wiggins' house. At first I felt tempt-
ed to rush out to his rescue, at an-
other to take an axe and smash every-
thing in sight, but in time I learned
that the noise I heard was the baying
of the hounds, and that it was as me-
lodious as the day is long. They are
noble dogs, and their voices were
sweet. Yes, one of them had a voice
of especial,depth and beauty. Though,
I never saw that dog, I learned to love
him for his voice, for the soul that he
expressed In melodious sound.
Muoic of the Hounds.
"You would not be so much impress-
ed by the music early in the evening,
and when it died away in the distance
about 9 p. m. you felt that you might
sustain the lose. But when midnight
came, and you were awakened from
your slumbers to hear the chant grad-
ually drawing nearer then you realitz-
ed its true beauty. Nearer and near-
er It came, and anxiously yon listened
for fear that it would turn and again
)oe away in the distance. No, no
danger. The music we'!ls, while you
,lten eutranced A. grand burst of
melody like the finale of a Wagner
opera and the chase is ended in your
back yard. You sit at the window
and listen to the rehearsals for the
next performance, and all is quiet
Tie awakened muse will not sleep
however, and you lie reetlas until 2:10
a. m. dwelling fondly upon the grand
chords of the chorus.
"Yes, the chase is a great and glori.
)us thing, and it makes me feel sad
to think that since moving away from
t I have learned to do without it,
and to find existence still pleasant, to
slumber peacefully though not lulled
o sleep by the -baying of the noble
pounds."
FEEL IMPENDING DOOM.
The feeling of impending doom in
he minds of many victims of Bright's
disease and diabetes has been chang-
ed to thankfulness by the.benefit ae-
ived from taking Foley's Kidney
Cure. It will cure incipient Bright's
diabetes and even in the worst cases
;ives comfort and relief. Slight dis-
arders are cured in a few days. "I
ad diabetes in Its worst form," writes
-larion Lee of Dunreath, lad. "I
riefflight physicians with relief. Only
three bottles of Foley's Kidney Cure
made me a well man." W. A.
)'Alemberte, Druggist and Apothe-
ary.


THE CITY CARRIAGE SHOPS,
113 AND 116 W. ROMANA, THE
ONLY PLACE OF ITS- KINO IN
CITY WHIHI IS NOW IN OPERA-
TION. J. J. HILLIARD, PROP.
HORSESHOEING RELIABLY DONE.
New Suits Filed.
The following new suits were filed
yesterday in the office of the clerk of
the circuit court:
S. S. Rabb and P. D. Bowles vs. J
W. Brown, attachment damages, $1,-
000; Blount- & Blount, attorneys for
plaintiffs.
Welles-Kahn Co., vs. Geo. Gleco, at
tachment damages $250; Blount &
Blount, attorneys for plaintiffs.
Alberdeen Clbthing Co., a corpora-
tion, vs. L. C. Crabtree & Bro., dam-
ages; Avery & Avery, attorneys for
plaintiffs.
Scratch. scratch, scratch: unable to
&ttend to business during the day or
sleep during the night. Itching piles
horrible plague. DQan's Ointment
cures. Never falls. At any drug
store, 50 cents.
Notice, Contractors and Builders
Bids will be received for the erec-
tion of a three atory brick building on
the S. E. corner of Guillamarde and La
Rue streets, city for Florida Lodge,
No. 2491. mand Escambia Lodge No.
3738, G. U. 0. of 0. F. S. Plans and
speciflcatios may be seen at the of-
fice of C. H. Alaton's, 12 W. Romans
street. All bids must be in not later
then 6 o'clock p. m. on September 18,
1906. The committee reserves the
right to reject any and all bids. Bids
must be left at te olce a C. H. Ala-
ton's. Plans lad speciflcations must
not be moved .fra said oree.
STWSSS WI.LIAMS,
R. T. THOMAS, Secretary.
Chairman.


SseptlOt.


J


PURITY


prmrvd.is gabe o~
=r""uftwaUw&


Bottled beers, as well as food products, are often adal.
terated with chemical preservatives, et-., which for awhile
keep them from souring. b'ut are injurious to the stomach.
A. I. C. BEE is guaranteed to be abshkirdy pwr and
free from any adulterant whatever. It is never exposed to
the air (which is germ-laden) but is brewed, fermented and
aged for eight monthsin air-tight compartments. then p'pedin
tin-lined pipes direct to the air-'ight bottlingmachiues, where
it is bottled, sealed, pasteurized and picked for hipmmt.

A. Be C.
The only bor ttlMed exchaively at e th wery.
therefore the only bottled beer that can be absolutelyguaranteed.


The American Brewing C., St. Loui, U. S A.
N. GOL UNGt, Wholesale Dealer
PEN8ACOLA, PFLA.


No. 503.
H. L. COVINOGTN, President M. E. CLARK, Cashier.
C. W. LAMAR. Vtke-President. JNO. PFEIFFER, Asst. Cahier.

THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK
OF PENSAGOLA, FLA.
DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES
Capital Stock, $200,000 Surplus, $40,000
7. m.l nI I=


Henry L. Covington,
J. M. Pfeiffer.
Bryan Ounwody,
Frank eIllly,
W. S. Roeaseo,
T. F. McGourin.
F. I. Brawner,
C. W. Lamar,
J. R. Saunders,


S. J. Foahee.
A. M. Avery,
W. H. Milton, Jr,
0. E. Maura,
W. L Cawthon,
C. A. O":(al,
Dr. W. J. Hanah,
McKenzie OertbLg,
Alex McGowin,
C. M. Covington.


Accounts of Banks, Individuals, Corporations, and Firms 8ok Ltd.
Four per cent. Interest paid on Time Deposits.


WM. H. KNOWLES, Preident
THOSE. W. BRENT, Amt. OMMer.


W. K. HYER JR V.-Pres. and Oa.
W. N. ROBERTS, Asnt. Casher.


FIRST


NATIONAL L BANK,
ef P Mlen a 'la.


DIRECTORS F, C, Brent, W. A, Blount, Wn. H. Knowles
W., LHye, r., D. G. Brent

roFEl MAi MlSTI EXIlANIE INiT AID SOLO


We draw sur eg *]IG *O f1-
change on QGreat Brita, Ireand,
Germany, Franoc Astri4, Italy,
HollandO. palON, o ow u.Ma
Norway, sdl Dsa. ad
other Kuropn oumt*e*


Vemelo disbured upon the MWes
Favorable TW m, and their
gtMes taken PayI e at Pert S
Destination Ten Days Aftw VM
ml Arrive tUher


Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent, in Connection with wlch we
have a Private Department for the use of Renters.

vInDis Dpmt tment-nt9er t Peid aon e
pOits at Rft et 4 per Wt por AnHmH.
L. H IO I314 II I wsaI I I I. I. IIas I IPaz


IL M. CARY, Vice-President.
THE PEOPI.At'ES BANK Of PE~NSACOLA.
DIrectovs-L. J. Rnwvbl, j-. S e4 W. D.C. KeaIke, R. PA. Ca')'.
W. A. O'AIumberte A. Jenfags.
TRANSACTS A RWER.4L BANkING BUSINESS.
I = UR COUNT 1S R38PgIwI~vvliSOUCITUD.
40* 00"..- - 7 -------- ----------- 400000" 11 I -


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1E4 L. o C-IA L"WT
Steam, mD stic, Authracitc P
and BIogksmith C O A L
of*.-Mo. A 4ftsO "t=streal. Telpone, $0.
0 A" Gaul"' 4 516 stea& PbaM46.


CURIOSITY IS NOT ALWAYS A SIN
It will pay yes b atoft ate our priceO before bu yyag
Hardware, Ysh, Doors, Blnds or Lu.e.
We alsh biBle Pt,, Ois, ck, Lim andr Cemt.
We am uvse yo um won everyta.


Saunder Mill Company

Office, Garden Street Phone 717.
OW Street. Phoe 130,


L. HILTON GQBXN, Ppasosa. 2. L WULLaS, Vica la-msmrt
K. M. BsKLL., uVAsM. MAaWInxLD MOlXO, Awr cAsaz
Citizens National Bank,
of Pesco a. Florid.
Geo.W Wrlpta. Morris ti",. T. L Welles


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P90PLE ANQ ..EVENTs..


Qeen. liewd & muDae Anwmg Thut Who Got Come

end TarryrowWouien and Society, Here and Blse*here


U~Tw Tmurkei

end 8wo eeto
the Old RdIWle-


Nick's


R~estaurant.


R ULkA R DINNER SERVED DAILY, fid be. "I'm fashioned outside in,
And all my days and nights. I've tried
25 CENTS My best to get the bark outside."
A hen was cackling loud and long.
SAY, JACKi Said I to her: "How strange yout
bow is it your clothes always look iSaid she: "'Tis scarce a song; in fact.
io mlso? It's just a lay, to be eggs-act."


trained the same enjoyable party a
their home corner C(ase and Alcanh
Mr. James Lareum, a popular you%
machinist of the L. & N. shops. has rt
turned from a delightful vacation wit
fr-ends and relatives in Michigan, Ii
diana and Ohio.
Prof. W. T. Hill and family ar
among those a ho have joined th
b: ay-at-home colony.
Mrs. M. E Gormley and sister Mis
Georgia Caro are at Cave Springs, Ga
9
Mrs. W. W. Weekly and Mrs. Charle
Rice, after spending the require
"ten days in the woods" are now i,
Greenville, Ala.


That's easy. I belong to the I
I asked the cat: "Pray tell me why Hon. Charles M. Coston, his mother
j -3 tYou love to sing?" She blinked he, and his sister Mrs. and Miss Osoton
"1um11 eye. are among the members of the stay-at-
"My purr-pugs, sir, as you can see. 'home club.
They keep Is to a-mews myself," said she. I
thm is good shape and only chaiTs I Mr. J. E. Abercrombie, Mr. Will.'
me deltar per month. Why don't I asked the cow: "Why don't you kick Leonard and Mr. and Mrs. Henri
ypjotat Jt rtag up Phne 675 and The man who whips you with the Hyer are among the fortunate who
ive Malcolm Wbhte your name, or stick?" ;are spending the autuam at "Turner's
a-- Suge e at Johaoso' etseL "Alas! I must be lashed." said she Camp" at Magnolia Bluff.
"So I caa give whipped cream. yoed ---
see!" "CENTRAL" AS A SENTINEL
Uvf1ERS1TY OF THE --Christian Advocate, TO WHOM WE OWE COURT FESY.
STATE OF FLOIUl,'. --4*- Readers. have you ever felt that
71TP many friends o f C Mr m; "Central- is thp srBt ionprsi !lnrf


irc t' following subjean: Bear. who is ill of typhoid fever in'
L L*eaUWe and IAtLtAr --4 fbt'l Lolisvt41e. Ky.. will rejoice to learn.
year c-e leading to the degree of that the lat,-st news from him is that
bachelor of Aas, Greek is not tr he is doing well.
quLed, but is offered as an elective
througimot the course. Mr. anl Mrs. J. J. Hilliard of North
II. General Sciepco--Divided Unt Alcaniz arc the proud parents of a fine
three courses~ 1. Chemical course; big boy born W(dn cda3 morning.
Mathematical course; Natural History He is Mr. and Mrs. Hilliaru's third
a e. No Greek and only entrance child, all boys.
latia is requir-'d ia these courses. All.
eaMr-year courses. Mr. Jesse and Mr. Charles Ross
Ul. Agricultr-e---o-year and two. will leave for Montgomery as soon as
yer courses. the detention camp is ready near
IV. Magtneerag-Mour-year course Flomaton.
in Mechanical. Civil and ElectricaJ U
>neerlng, also a two-year course Miss Cora Abbott has-about recov-
eo Mechanics. No Latin or Gwsek is ered from an Indisposition which,
tequred in III. or IV. The full course while not serious, has kept her in the
U .der U.. III. aad IV. lead to the de. house for a week or more.
grO of Bachelor of Science; the habort *
e s toUw a Certifieate of Proficlenty. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. McDavid are re-
V. Pharmacy-A full two-year coura ceiving congratulations over the arri
us be began i September. 1906. val of a son born Sept. 8.
VL Nea-Three courses for -
tehers: A oe-rear course leading to Mrs. Raper! and daughter Miss Uiz
a e-rtlUcate, A threk-year conue lead. zie leave today noon for Chicago.
tag to a L. 1 Diploma; A four-year
iou tsleadtng to the degree of Bach- Mr. al Mrs. Rix M. Robinson en-
3or oa Prdogy. tertained a few friends last evening at
An av:. corps of competent teach- their home.
on. A h ci.rriculum-Exposesem i-
adhted board, $120 to $160 per year Mr. W.lter M. Maekay, bookkeeper
ftR tem pemBs Be;amber 27, 1905 for Bass & Do., leaves today noon for
a-a' fa' oTatlog". NashvHlle to remain the required teu
ANDREW 8LaDD. Presgda days before going to Chipley to con
ake City,. Florida. duct an out-of-town office for his
OW house.
---
Pel Mrs. awls pleasantly entertained a
party of young people Wednesayl
lassicalght, music and rEfreshments bein-d
Sl features of the enjoyable affair, and
San^d 1K last night the Misses Jeanett enter-
4 J40% a 4


Ioys and (iris.
"One of the very best secondary
schools la the South."-Prof. Walter
Miller, Tusane University.
The Sixth Annual Session will be-
gin October 2. 1905.
The Pensacola Classical School fur-
nishes the elements of a sound edu,
cation.
It offers every advantage for prepa-
ration for the best colleges, universi-
ties and scientific school In the coun-
try.
Its instructors are taoroughly equip-
ped teachers in the departments or
work in which they Instruct.
The pupils received, are limited to
such a number as wi'l insure a care-
ful supervision of the wo-k of each
The individual lb the unit of instruc-
tion.
Student Labatories for students or
science.
A larce. well-equipped gymnasium
aal a systematic course in physical
culture insure a healthy growth or
the body to accompany and strengthen
the mental develotrm -nt.
Why send your Son or daughter
away to college 'w'ore properly pre-
pared for college work, when every
advantage for learn !ag and more per-
sona! attention are offered here at
home?
For catalogue or further information
address
H. CLAY ARMSTRONG.
Principal.
g0g N. Spring Street, Peniacola.


art's TOo Hot to

Cok Diner


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Get a meal ticket and
take dinners here for a
day. The Wife's not fret-
ted, the children are de-
lighted. and you will be
pleased and delighted
with the food, the servIce
and the p-ice.


THE BEST ICE CREAM
IN THE LAND.


Kandy -Kitchen Cafe,

140 S. Palafox. Phone 999


;".U"1.4 j-., i .*.mut eas aLingi)j
provoking creature on arth? I have
i Especially when she just won't, ai.
swer me instantly when it is import
ant-to me-that she should "b<
quick about it."
Dia' you ever "jump on her" and
give her a piece of your mind? I have
And did you ever find oat it was yow
own haste and due to your own inat
tention to the rules that necessarily
govern the proper use of the tele
phone? I have. And did you at one,
apologize to her for your rudeness and
bush with hot shame when she cheer
fuly responded with "0, that's all
right?" I have.
Have you thought of her trying po-
sition during thie recent days ano
n!ghts---all night every night-when
from ten to fifty people were clamor.
ing excitedly for the same "n-umber"
at the same moment, and each insit-
ing and angrlily believing that he (or
she) was being outrageously neglected
by "Central" because, though abe did
her best she could connect the desired
number with but one at a time, thougnl
each of the others kept up a furious
fusilade of ringing, knocking and hal-
lootng till their turn came?
Have you realized that "Centrak"
was all that time so busy trying tu
connect us all with the phone we
wanted, that she had little time to
think Of herself and her own posslbie
danger, till she reached home alaomti
exhausted by the lons nervous stram
too weary and unnerved to eat or
sleep?
Have you sympathized with her
when, realizing that she is a woman
with all the nervous timidity that
characterizes most women under sueN'
circumstances, young and old, you


The Journal's Daily Fashion Feature


ALL-OVER APRON FOR THE LITTLE GIRL.
Those useful little garments that effect is produced in the one that is
cover up the dainty frock during play worked in a heavy dull blue linen
hours need not be so plain intheir The aren't is sa I
make but what tey shall also be at t the bank. to whtehk the apron e
tractive in appeara One of the shirred; sash strings in the side
halfbleached linens ia used for that I seams serving to adjust this fullness
of the picture, which is intended to A round collar finishes the neck; and
cover up the little dress beneath al- two pockets on the ftrot are bounu
together. and quite a little decorative to prove useful to the small iM. .


TAME ANIMALS I HAVE KNOWN..
By Nixon Waterman.
A thick-fieeced lamb eone trotting by,
"Pray, whither now, my lamb?"
quoth I.
"To have," said he, with ne'er a
stop.
"My wool clipped at tPe baa-baa
shop."
I asked the dog: "Why all this din?"


false belief to combat in cases of "shin- "
gles." This disease consists of a skin
eruption, always following affected That!s what a Morris chair is for. to stretch out In. A4-
nerves and commonly appearing on a lust the back to any desired angle and enjoy a good
the body. It is a very common belief book or your evening paper. Let us show you some of
that if the "shingles" completely sur- these great big easy chairs on hand. Carved oak frames
round the body and strike' a meeting : and reversible velour cushions. W, won't quote prices
point the -patient will die instantly. o. this time, you might think something was the matte.
SThe belief is untrue.-Kansas City 0 with them.
Journal.

SHERLOCK HOLMES, We have ostablishod a charco,. MARSTON & Q/UIP4A
yard at corner Alcaniz and Garden. 01
The Greatest Detective of Fiction. You will have no more trouble to gett 108411O t. Palafox St. Phone 148. Pensacola, Fla.
charcoal now as we will keep it cor '
stantly on hand. Just received a car .
load. Will- deliver four bushels or
more to any part of city.
VUOo'ICH CHARCOAL YARDS,
M U Geo. Vucovinca, Prop IF WE HAVE IT, IT IS THE BEST.


Getting Ready.
Sol Cabn & Co. are taking advan-i
tage of .the present dull season anil
giving their handsome grocery store
a fresh coat of paint. In other words,
after the yellow fever scare this firm
will be ready for a better season than
it ever had.

LEWIS HOUSE CLOSED.
The I,.ewis House, opposite union
depot, wiU be closed until quarantine
is lifted..
MRS. W. J. CASTELLO,
12septlw Proprietress. -

Low rates at Southern Hotel fr
rooms and board.


Leave Your Orders with Us for



Fancy Groceris

We Are Still the TLaders.


The PFre
.tore.


o/ Cahn & Co.
Fod The Store that Fee
Phones 17.and 460 the People.


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always dfsti


AN M odo fFink, Soft Shel
Ca Wesftm Meet-


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After the
Bath.


It's such a comfort and pleas-
ure to have nice. clean Linen
to put on after the bath. No
rough edges on the work we do.
Others like it, and you will, too.

The Star Steam
Laundry. -
17 E. -arneft Pbn 114.


smmm


SAR ERRONEOUS NEW METHOD LAUNDRY,
ER. ONWWEOUS P*ds. s Ems 8".. Sge
Removd t POPULAR IGNORANCE A6 TO LAW ........
n One IN EVERYDAY OCCURANCES.

Week.
I Tt is an American predilection to be- i
B A U TI0L A lieve the outre and freakish stories that
t L L are i based solely on hearsay testimony I Iso *hrt
THE PERFECT BEAUTIFIER. and to reject often the commonplace
S Besutiola is the only har-les tpmpra- matter of fact. A list of the cheerful
tg lion that ro piet ly obliterates ALL th e o l,
e- facial bi wishes, traces of eare worry, i- lies that are commonly believed would
hnesand eur. After a few appO tn Any Isk
h Ines aud ex sure. beAftr youth app ta- fill a volume. Only a few of them are
d age ft Is like a mantle from ti" f,' given below.
lvvtng the, skin soft. e!ears and ve'v-ty.
not wri-ikle or blemish remains Bonut- How often have you been inflicted Le US supply you with the necessary
oi Che,.dor and h peit MDrd aolp rater. It with the story of the man who was nd pe lr 1'
's ha tnade fadsd. bult o cc b aititul lad'.-, overpaid when cashing a check at the articles to1 A'" ^w -' l
ag youthful at forty and fifty as they wera -
at twenty, aso used by mina with the aime bank and the cashier telling him that
wonderful reiults. SBiri rs-oves the Do mistakes would be corrected after
j worst ,'ns of BR"Ws, LIVER PPOTh;
FRRCKLES. BLOKHKADt PIMPLU4, the customer left the window? Ac- E UI
WRI KI, . -CAl., .UtiALL POX Pir cording to the story, the cashier laid ,
1G' 1N. Paee it cents. VIG RY*-Box down the mandate before the cashier e have a large Stock of...
S GUARNTEK". knew the mistake was in his favor. It
S fr t by leadng ragts r nt makes an excellent yarn, but diligent IL OF CITRONELLA
E. R. BERRY CHEMICAL CO.. search discloses that It never had any
Dept. St. Louis. foundation in fact. Banks have no I SULPHUR
Pereut'oa book malted fre upon reqna such rule. If a customer Is underpaid I SU L PU R ,
-"-- or overpaid the mistake will appeal NSECT POW DER EtC
-- when the balance is truck at the end. INSECT PO DE Etc.
have though of her spending the day of the day's business, and the error
or th0 night, so close to possible inii- will be cheerfully rectified. But the f iIM tElf Ad Remembe
fiction, without even a netting around majority of the public believe the ficti- r Ehp aceof Ponmpt DeMry.
her? tious story of "how the fellow got the
If you have, you will not only be best of the bank" simply because it is
more patient--or at least more out a good story and they like to believe it.
hardly courteous to her-in the fL*. Probably the most common error on N NEA Y
ture, but, you will be glad to learn that th b of the uost e bolne" ou
Manager Bache has had the entire the part of the p public is the belief that
building, operating room an offices, when dead body Is found no one has OPEN ALL NIGHT
completely screened and, she can nou. a right to touch or move the remains L
Y feel "safer" at work than "unscreen "until the coroner comes." There never
ed" at home. was any such law, is not now and
You wil also be interested in th. probably never will be. The citizen. --
* following which is reproduced from. who is of an inquiring turn of mind
the Jacksonville Metropolis and has a perfect right to examine the dead
though signed .',-mapathizer" only, is bodies he runs across in the course of
evidently a "Central's" point of view his travels, to move the remains and
of those 6f us who so far forget our even search the pockets of the de-
selves as to be discourteous undee ceased, provided, of course, that his
stress of bad temper. It reads thus: motives are honest. That is all that is
S"Some men make themselves ridicu- necessary.
lous and disgust decent people fby the' There is also a prevalent belief that THE CHOICE OF ANY OF OUR LADIES'
Iway they scream and storm at the a note signed or contract entered into
telephone girls. Persons who consider on Sunday is void and that either party
I chey possess refinement are often on Sunday is void and that either party
guilty of this fault. ann' at times seel" can plead the fact of the sacred day to
. to entirely forget that th, operator at get out of a bad bargain. This is not R
i the central office, instead of being a true. If a man enters into a contract ..FOR..
mere machine, is human and posses or signs a note on Sunday he is legally *8 0
. ses all the sensibilities and sensitiv,- bound and can have no defense that he
ness of a woman. If they realize,l would not have if the transaction had
this possibly they would 'be more po- occurred in the middle of the week. Your pick of any of the Strap Sandals,
lite. I have heard men almost read "I had my back against my own
the riot act to central because in-' house when I struck this man," says Patents or Plain Leathers, all
stant connection was not made. The the defendant in police court. He be-
telephone still lacks a great deal tt, Ileves that his proximity to his castle
Sa perfect maWie; there is inatte* gives him more rights than he would r$2 50 G rade .N ow For $ 75
.tion and delay in the telephone service haveshif hewrinhtsthet he-would
but how few ever feol th it is noti have If e were In the street. This be- For $ 75
an automatic machine that they are lief has been the cause of much can-
using;, that the voice they hear an- tankerous litigation, and It has ever
swerti their ImpaWence Is not part resulted in the ruling that a man has
of the machine; that there is a per *a right to defend himself In a reason- COME QUICK AND GET A PAIR
sonl equation to be considered; a able manner If he is attacked, what- OR MORE.
woman way of somewhere in the un- ever may be his geographical position.
identified "Oentral" who has feelings and the Incidental contiguity of his
anud elf-respect, Just other women home "cuts no ice" In the case.
have; a woman who willrecognise The public has great confidence In
cross toe just as quickly as if she the magic number three, and without 'H O UU A
were visibly present, an a woman en- any reasonable basis for the belief. ItC O
titled to respectful treatment, just as Is commonly believed that if a drown-
much as Nf she were in hmr own home.
The fact that you can stand miles ing person sinks for the third time he
away and talk to her ear does not de gone for good and all. The facts 102 South Palafox Street Feet Furanshers For Folks.
tract from her the right to the kind contradict this. Many persons die in
word and civil treatment." the first sinking, and If one has the -
H t Last Card. face of the water twice it furnishes an
HI Last Card. excellent presumption that he will be #fW$~ X it 41 S et 9f NR*t~. I M I.** ***#I
A certain venerable archdeacon en- able to do so again. In an eddy or DIAMONDS, WATCHES JEWELRY
gaged as a new footman a well-recom- rapidly moving waters people have DIAMONDS, WATCHES, JEWELRY,
mnended youth who had served as sta- sunk from sight a half dozen times CLOCKS PRECIOUS STONES, BRONZES
e boy. The first duty which he wa4 and lvld to tell the experience to their STERLING SILVERWARE,
yelled upon to perform was to accom- grandhildren ST I I V A
p ay the arehdeason on a series of Then there Is the third congestive ARTPOTTERY, OPTICAL GOODS, j
er*mal ealae. cRTP TTRhill common beevedtot b e CUT GLASSWARE. D
"Bring the cards, Thomas, and leavr chli, 'ommonly b v to'be fatal*
one at eadt hoeme," ordered his mas- MOst people who die from this cause C GLASSWARE.
tEr. After .two hours of visiting froi succumb to the first or second attack. C
house to house the archdeacon's list If a man succeeds in weathering two
was exhausted. of them the odds are in favor of hiv Fine Station ry.
"Thia is the last house, Thomas,,- coming out victor in the third. Almost
he said. "leave two caraos here." every community possesses a citizen
"Beggin' your pardbn, sir." was th,, who boasts the fact that he has a sil- -*
reply, "I can't-I've only the ace of vert plate in his skull. Surgeons say that Mail Ord s Receive Prompt Attention.
spades left."--Harper's Weekly. very few attempts were ever made at ___
such an operation, and all of them
Just get Blue Ribbon Lemon and were failures. There does not exist a a N
Vanilla. Extracts. You'll be oalighted man who has a silver plate in his j O Z a J e w eIry C o.
with the Blue Ribbon Flavor. skull, although many men honestly be-
lieve that they are carrying this species MOBILE, ALA.
' of paraphernalia in their craniums. #,**a*.- *e a ag a iig j > *f-kSY#%-tIZeeJ i-. 2
NEXT SU||DJI^A Y The bone of the skull cannot live and _ __ _
be healthy in the presence of a foreign *, e *O eee .:pe :.ee:ee$eep.geeee*O *O
body. It is said by surgeons to be a
physical impossibility, but this serves
In no way to overcome the common
and erroneous belief. : \ \ Ml 88 VPH1II
|The medical fraternity has another I


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The Journals ClaSsified Cash AdvertMsements

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avmc


Don't Wait For


Dead Men's Shoes.


Buy Pensacola Real Estate now.
safest investment you can make.
burn, decay or run away.

Something Good on

Both North and East Hill.
Act Now!


Pensacola Ilnvestment Co.

W. L. K115 fMduLtL ftol"-
J. L, WUuza V-AR.M O SM. M- 10 pr. EMWL l,1rMs"Ursr.
Bemo ESeiud% L d~e"6 t o
215 Seeth P61adex Stmake,_POneacogas, vi.elde


mwT .-PositiO by exiperieaced
ma le ete au'l-. Address 601,
e jeo L IRsept1w.
MU .--We can accommodate a
ftw guests at a up-to-date mountain.
tel; climate delightful and good wa-
ter; moderate rates. Address F. D.
cmalagham, ae Vista, Va.L

W&NTI.--Yom lady desire pe-r
-ment private board. State terms.
AddlM P. 0. B 16. 14 sept


PL'UTOl PLUTOI
KeM yr rsystm in good conditlo
ad yes meed at fear any disease
pluto, do great stomach heater, foi
gste. whoeeale and retail, by Jas

WAWD.--To rent or buy improved
Plst, not more than miles north
or srt&west of PIaneola, with 16 to
26 ace of land IW cuttivatei<. ,as
tiUe utto, Holta, Ia. lseptim*
ING 4 HtRAL costracxta painters
a& demrators. Fine varnishing
and ntlkta. Otga pa'-tlng a spe
Citr.. Reidence phoue l4. Mau.
Mn. LAV W. Creuy will resume
geecy for the Won=a =mills hislery
"ad solttks the patronage of all form-
er cutomers. If Interested in good
bimiery send postal card and she will
ca with samples, or phone 147.
S7a4m1m*


WANTED.-You to know that you can
buy aak, clean old ~per at this

WANTI.--a erbody to know that
our Blend of Cogee may b4 Imitated
but can't be equaled. New Orleans
Goroery Co. Jas. McHugh, Prop.
ag20 __
WANTlD-jThe public to know that
we are pioneer Coffe Roasters of
s16dta. N1ew Orleans Grocery Co,
JA. M H Prop. aug20
kfO0MfW VAN'ti) at No. 17 Wes9
Lea& tueSt, city. Xaugw
W&JIWM.-The tercasats Traasfer
& want your moving and baullag.
AM breakage e gusia teed. T. B. Thor.
su. Prop. Phone 7S. I$Munelm.
Ve want every-boy to know that we
are whlesale ad retail grocers and
till at the old stand. New Orleans
Grocery Co, Jas. McHugh, Prop.
VrF"D-Your electric work of at
kthds. Let us clean your fans, re-
-A- your dynamo, do your wirtag. eta
r 6z570. Pensacola Eectric Co.,
eerer Intendencia and Baylen streets.
Ijuneln.
iU TlD-HaulIng and traast-r
work. Ofce phone S63. Residence
h*ae 3M. Acoeta & White. tMM N.
arrago-m lach
YNiBD-Ordr t.for The Joaras.
-eal Pensacola and Pass=m& OaCs
3i M. wicha wiU shortly Apesr.
WV etaia half-toe pictures of city.
hbter and special scnea. 16 oen
LAs orders at Journal ofte.


WAN TID-eoaa-niaad Cor Oat;On
as toma ed meal acks. Out oat
Wa m ta epa cttslme. Write I
A F. i seam Ce, eosarchin
IEMOHAM wants your movl g,
e h-figa. He guarantek a break-
age. Phone CM I
held ArUcle Jewelry and any lae
able ArUei wanted. We pay amsh
er t. Addead P. o0. ia m Cty. e
I AmUTAL, BUSaLNS8 s our
specialty aa yocr besieews wiU.
have earetl atteta. D. Rale Wi
aem Ow C
o, ....... I--L-w. !


W REN T.-F'urnthed rooms out-
side of infected district Apply to
ROLt Ir Ur>^i_- OfT^.'Ma (1t l


I HELP WATD


r


It is the
It won't


Help Wanted REALTY
WANTED.-A first-class cypress shin- i .
gle sawyer to operate a Chalioner BA ID1 AIN
Power Machine. Address the J. J. Me-
Caskill Co., Freeport, Fla. 14sept3t*l

For Sale. $750.A


FOR SALE OR RENT.-Beautiful
country home on Reservation; goo-
fishing; good garden; good water 'nd
plenty wood. Will sell cheap for cash
or rent reasonable. Apply F. N. How-
ell, Warrington, Fla., Phone 889, Box
36. 15sept.lm*


00


Will buy this week a new weil ou:;!t
house, including 3 lots, 11 fenced, sit-
uated on corner 2 blocks from car 1'ne
in West End; nicely painted and hard
oiled on inside.
$10,000.00 to Loan at 7 and 8 per
'In


CHICKXN WHEAT produce eggs.,
Makes fowls especially welflavored
The cheapest food to be found. F. YOUR BUSINESS SOLICTED..
Me!le & Co.. Phone 134. lot


POR SALE OR RENT.-Black top
tent, 28x60 feet. Splendid for par-
ties to camp out of town. Address P.
0. Box 446, city.
FOFSALE OR RENT.-10 room
house and 120 acres of good ladl
located at Gonzalez, Fla. Either to-
gether or separately. Terms :-easo,-
able. House myv be rented temper-
arily. Appv atL W. IL. Zachrey's c -
flee. 3 sept.
FOR SALE.-C(.bin launch 44 ft. long
10 ft. beam. 24 inches draught,
speed 8 miles hour; IS H. P. Barber
gasoline engine in good order; will
seat 40 passent.:rs; s'li- at sacrifice i t
taken a; once. W. A. Smith, 238 W.
Governibent St 15auglm


SWA .T.v.- Alloyoungi AE. I am Florida State Agent
WANTED.-All young persons wn, for Fire and Burglar Proof Safes and
are good stenographers or book- Vank Fixtutes of all descriptions
keepers, that are seeking positions or manufactured by Alpine Safe ant
k promotion, to register with us imme- Lock Company of Cincinnati, Ohio.
diately. We can secure you good pcs- Communicate with me for prices and
itions. We are having more ca'ls terms before buying elsewhere. Scar.
, dally than we can supply. It will cost "-tt Moreno, Pensacola, Fla.
You nothing to register with us. Meux 28june. _
& Munro, Proprietors, The Mobile FOR SALE-Soda fountain, stock of
Business College, No. 62-64 N. Royal confectioneries and cigars, located
St., Mobile, Ala. 15septim", oa Peiafox street. Can be had at bar.
WANTED--nergetic man in each gain if purchased at once. Apply Es-
county to post simgs, advertise and cambia Realty Co. 15aug.
distribute samples; salary $18 weekly. FOR SALE.-Nice new. cottage (4
$6 per day for expenses; honesty and rooms and hall) between Palaf3x
sobriety more essential than experi- and Baylen streets on Jordan St.,
ence. National Co., 720 Chestnut .,t near Saunders Mill; easy terms. Ap-
Philadelphia &Sept 13-16 ply t. J. W. West at Saunders Mill.
WANTED.-Frst1l f..h 22auglm*
---- --s *ta~ h f


L. S. BROWN& C0
200 Theisen Bld'g
"WE SELL LOTS"

FOR SALE


WE ARE STILL
doing business at 204e S. Palafox St.
and not running from fever. Ren:s
collected. Real estate bought and
sold. n t
We advise you to stay in town, but
whether you go or stay 'et us'collect
your rents.
Everything in the real estate busi-
ness receives prompt attention.

LESLIE E. BROOKS

Money to Loan. A
DO YOU WANT to borrow money in
amounts from $500.00 up? We have *
$10,000.00 to loan at 7 and 8 per cent.
Interest. Thos. C. Watson & Co. 6aug
MU.N.Y TO LiN1--Ia guoa resl 4 ,a
tate security, or on good ollateral.
at lowest rates. Leslie Brooas
Fisher building. 1JaU
MONEY LOANED on any sand
inds of personal property. payab;e
weeokly or antalty. Whea yea soee


muney. see me. J. A. Wlasc 22 w
Government stree, Salisbury bulaljin


FOR SALE-One. lot of fine show room 1. dee
cases, especially, adapted for mil- .o_. ..LOAN*D on ood t.e S
linery purposes or for drug store; w esecrity In" y amou. A
also one lot of counters and fine Ealetison & C
French plate glass mirrors. L. Bale lson &
Reeser 118 South Palafox. 2sep sug2L
FOR SAIL-At a sacr8ole furniture MONET LOANED on ail kinds of peor
store, stock and account. all at lOaI property on short notef
118.140 -. Intndencla. g M 1Terms esy. J. W. ullard. star
F28% South Palafox St., Phone 1144
FOR SALE--One Choice block on top -"
of the ridge east of the electric vnoy
railway, between 7th and 8th streets. UnLIIMIJe amuAmt wOfal to A
Nature has favored this section and It cal kin"s to fpsnl propelrtY
cannot be duplicated. A. V. Clubb s. ea ...rates to busNwes nt oni es
loans. e New Twi tLfa CM e, j
PLUTO! PLUTO! go6th Pahd0.
Keep your system in good condition
and you need not fear any disease .I -
Pluto, the great stomach healer, for v UIS P S --i
sale, wholesale and retail, by Jas. 408 S. PALAFOX ST.
McHugh. I MONST TO l OA ON DIAMONDS
FO& SAL.-1-room house. corner Watchs, Obalns. Bngs and all kinds
lot, 9 blocks from Palatoz, lot k ef collaterial seeority at lowet rate o0
192 on car ilve. For partlclars Ina interest. Bargaisa to nredeeed
quire of Standard Clothing C. pledge
29 Jan. a a AA tno la. in amounts of


FOR SALE CHEAP-My threeyear-
*IA havA 'Fnr n-_ D bf


first assistant teacher's place in POR SALE.-Old papers only 10 cents old. Berkshire. ,U r a -,' L
D Chipley High School. Address Prof. per hundred. Good for wrapping Florida, io. 68,923. Also some ld a
L. D. McRae, Chlpley, Fla. paper and to put under matting. All y oung Pigst transferred. artl SetN
Slseptw. clean and nice. Joural office. registered Chl tres Flerred. Carl Set
W'B.-Atets. make 16 dfl -'p j Do you value your health? It so, CR~S ALE. o pair .tra o1.
Wa ther e and most perfect use our pure Blend of Coffee De ounnd wend
Water Fliter !ever invented. Ketai!' ,anG "Schly. New Orleans Grocery youngInum m nd and-hO In good.
at $2.00. Big profit. Exclusive terr- Co.. Jas. McHugh, Prop. aug 30 condition. Al one hors tude.
tory. Seneca fer CO., Seneca, Mo. We have been with Yu in Pensaco- bar Sat.F-rjD M.Grf blcak nS rew
a 1septloto- ia since 1874, and still intend to stay FR -, y T ActNl 3_ For b ckh $i00.
SWANTED.-Smart young man able Itth iou and serve you with the bestApply o-A.M.-McMBan O srt
influence large orders for well,.. o t prices. -e w Ot loeas GrAocer-rla i
known brands of whiskies. Ad ress L Jai McHugh, Preans aug2 OR SAIoKill te gernas of fver--.,
s. W.Hugkes, 7 Cores nn GROW GNSNG Large-profits. order a barrel of slack lime tday.
Preesons Row Liverpool, Engiad' Room in your garden. Roots for sale. Phone 67. 4a.mt
e t.'3t. ...poo. an" |Write today for literature. Bucking-. FOR AL.&-hingles and wood. Mill
SWANT'ED.-Trutwo hbam's Ginseng Garden, Zanesvllle, 0. Just weetnit Mscogoe wharf. C. L.
age branch office and distrbutn 3aug3mos.Creghto 0sept2m
t Pot for large manufacturer. Salaryto FOR SALE-South haf block 211,
I start with, $100 rst year, and extra fronting 400 feet on 13th street, by '
Scomminssions anod expenses. Applicant 137% feet on Bay Vew Park;t, alsoF
,must have good references and $10"o south half of block 2Z2, fronting 400
cash, capital secure perencesau et on 14th St., by 137 feet on Bay FOR RENT.---Completely furnished
Snecssary. Add secured. Experienceturer View Park The only popert adjoin ve-room cottage, on East Hill car
21 West Atwater St, DcturerMich. Ing Bay View Park that is now for line In excellent neighborhood until
sept Detrosale. The beautiful view down thA December 1. Phone 879. 14septlw*
WANTED-Th. ..le. bayou and down the bay can never be! FOR RENT-Cottage with oath and
to 64se000le4 obstrucLed. A. V. Clubba. S0ly, gas, 1107 1 Cervantes, two blocks
Want Ads solve t- p-robe-- or IFOR SALA.-My residence on East from car line. Apply to H. W. Gibb-s,
They are expe detectives, and f ao Hill, either including whole block at Forbes store. 13s.-plw*
1fn11 the man you are lea rng for t of twenty lots 40x137 1-2 feet each or FOR RENT.-12 room hose, corner
he is included la the 25,50 or 301.00 quarter block of five lots. Apply atFO n ... r room .. e,...nr
people which makes t D.at- o" my office, Thiesen Building for furt- S G and Wright streets. Applyug
Pensacol. er particulars. C. W. Hagerman. W. S. Garfield. .
yntell r24auglm. FOR RENT.-Small farm 1 block ou'-
Aood ntelligent person i rn fr a FOR SALE OR RENT.-'-New 7-room side city limits on county hard'
good nome o od for news, house at Goulding; large yard, road, with six room house; wind mill;
per o nanv tag; .experene shade trees, near railroad, fifty feet water pipes in yard and all through
I nonhern Seed ftr Part-culars. well and outhouses. A good bargain house. Rent reasonable. Apply W.
Northern Press Syndicate. Lockport. Apply to postmaster Goulding Fla.i M. McClellan, at First National Bank,
S.. 13jnnpn 22 aug3w* Pnsacola. 26auglm
WANTED.-Agents in different ooun- FOR SALE-Second-hand cast regis- 'OR 1RENT-Lorraine House, corner
ties In Florida to hanjdl Alpine Safe ter In perfect condition. Will se'. Hayne and Belmont streets. Apply
and Lock Co.'s Fire and Burglar Proo: cash or or, time. A real bargain. Can W. S. Garfield. 12jul
Safes and Vtult Fixture o every be seen at Jams, McHugh's 22mda FOR RNT.-Res~dene lately o>
escriptio. Write me for terms. Go To lUtON Irort all cases Alma. cupied y Dr. W. S. Hall, No. 111 Wt.
Scarritt Moreno. Pensacola, ia.. Flor. Cameras loaded and unloaded tree LaRua street. Apply to R. M. Cary,
ida State Aest. 28june." of charge, He makes best photo. 43 S. Palafox street. 7June
Ssgraphs in ee south. 82 years a la'
BAY HOT .-e nht and g in t. e outL 2 s. FOR RENT-Twenty-room house, cor.
Buof nup ia. wn Ro light uad ner Barracks and Zarragossa street. J
s TrI75t tirae tallste. s7yS WALL TINTS by experts; results Suitable for boarding house. Apply
SBoth Pala J & Nicola guaranteed. Fairchild and Rice. Phone to Mrs. M. J. Moreno, 216 East Zarra. t
PO W*. 46 12julylra gossa. 26m- c


--s- u.- =-Aa W r 2 w w b


IF


YOU


ARE


LEAVING


U UU $500.00 and up at 7 and 8
per cent. interest. Thos. C. Watson
& Co. aug

Miseellanows
AS A P VIBNTIVB try Lewis' Antf.
Malarial and Chill Ours. It cures-
to stay cured. It is a good tonic, a
good liver regulator. You need it at
th% time of the year. On sale at ali
draggltb, or at Lewis & (Co., Atst
GcvernMent street. Price, 60c.
l3seoTm.


I Refugees From Pensacola

can place their property in our hands for
Coliertion of Rents, Pay-
meM Of TX r S, keeping it prop.
, early Insurd or Disposing of
; same. We are her to stay,
! foevr or no fever, and any busi- .


ness entrusted with us
careful attention.


will receive


Correspondence solicited.


Thos. C. Watson & Co.,
Leading Real Estate, Rtal and Insurance Agents,
Cor. Palafox and Garden Streets, Pensacola, Fla.
- A A - 0 '--


LOST
LOST.-Coat from No. 900 E. LaRua
street, south on 9th ave. to Wright
street, thence to Palafox, north to
Saunders Mill, on Hard Road. Prob-
ably contained some valuable papers;
if found return to Journal office and
get reward. 9sept.

Pound
FOUND.-A few days ago, a package
of letters and papers were found;
also certificate of discharge for J. W.
Kanen. Owner may have .Jem by
paying for this ad.
FOUND.-One black ox branded J. H.,
marked with a crop and split and un-
der bit in one ear and over square in
other. Owner can obtain same by ap-
plying to C. P. Gonzales, Bohemia, ai ,
25auglm*


PAlTILLo CAMPRaiLI
Attorney-.t-Luw
Room 405 Thbas. .. knn&g


LAW, REAL m STATAND
PALAFOX A"(O RO8AMA


My wife having left my bed and and PHON 560.
board, I am no longer responsible for ,
any debts encurred by her. .aul P -"'
Petprs, Hard Road, Goulding. P , T a
12septlw* AAttoneyad Co- io t LaW
PIANO TUNING. 108 East Governmpft Street.
I worked at this 14 years in Mobile, General Law Practle,
Aia. I will satisfy you In price and
quality of work. J. Conrad Scott, 344
ast Gregory St., Pensacola. OR
29auglm* ATTORNIY.AT-LA.W.
Old newspapers are good for many Reom 800 Thlsemn id. heue 7
things. You can get lots of them
cheap by calling at this office. W E LSH & SM ITH,
REMUIGULA MAIL. IA u*--God coa"e-
ance for traveling public. Daily ser. DA TIF M M
vice each way. _rol hmlpley to Bay" Fisher Buildilg, 204~ Seouth Palatox
head. Address 1J. M Tule, Chipley, Stree"
im-I r, 0 Ma1c PHONE $26.


RZAL STAT tIn all parts of
Tou buy the ground and we
tuild your hoe ON king time
menus Rale Wo m & C


eat.


TAiLO L Dla& mond, TaWl.
Gepe*ro clothi. 1WMed. preyed and
Sepair- oa ph dt oUce. NX0 11 %
Wes0 Govern t 9St, Penam, eola. l
FOR ON-'DOL--R AND FIFTY
CENTS per het we will lhaul oaut
lead horseS, cows e LAav orders
at 116 Ust intendenclia Herring
are& SAILMAI(EI. I
r 11. PORTR, sailmaker, 716 South
Palatox street Orders takes for
ents, awnings, camp stools and house
ors. etc. Priest reasonable. fja


THE


Lot us attend to the collection of your RENTS. We Intend to
stiek by the post of our duty and make the Interest of our
.#Ollfts our first oonsideraton. Do not lose faith In your Ing
vetments or saoerfMe your heme. Pensaeola real estate Is
worth a much to-dey as It ever Was. We offer


CITY


oUb %. Bon io: street. Ciy.
2zser pw* 1i A MMeA Invtmwnt, Corer House on Ft* Avenue, rents fort 7
ROOMS AND BOARD-Several large P er th, ft SOe in fgrst-Olas OdftIn, .
rooms for rent with or without board
directly on water front, suitable for
light housekeeping. Apply Mrs. Ret- A Sxo mn House onr East MImEni t Setroot, & HfI hOmO, at 0
tiUnger, Fisbenirie. Phone 9 3.
teo- i, mAoney at the lowest market ratbi of Intorest on Improved or
WANTED.-A few boarders ln private vafft real stat.
lkmily; convenient to ralroa shops

eAddress.Ce THE FISHER REAL ESTATE A@IRNOY Y

ARn a to reat vmm 206 South Palatox Steet. Phone 87.

AO^ a^ from: biff*tc^^e*y*rtt^ *r


ff. JMO. A. TILLKR.

Room Brent Bulil g. PhWen, .&

L. C. PHILLIPS,oM.D.
HOMIEOPATHIT.
Office at No. 71 8. Pafe, M mu
Building.
Ofice Hours-8:3 to 11 a. 6 an4
I to 5 p. m.
Residence, 10 North Palafox. Phone
5--two rings. Offce Phone Wa
Sunday O-Subet to SlL


THE
SHORT LINE


DIRECTOR Y
CENTRAL TRADES COUNCIL.
There will be a meeting of this
body on the first and third fledaes.
days of each month at 7:30 p. A.
delegates are requested to be r.&
Get Z. W. ROB1rTS,
W. L DELAY, PreideaL
Secretary.

Pmcola Loei. s. N o aT
cnegTevery Monday eveslag at Oa
oiosk at tolr Castlo IL h le -
Waton bUdi-tMa corner PalateS
Grdestreet VisUtng megthrS





Shed atam Vday eettagle al:

ertiatly wlcam a
a. wUT Cp,
0. L La". K. ofA & L

lgKahhtb of OlDl-
we oeloa teir,
hDl. Mth. 9We*Ilb


to TlIttog Knftbmff f
KDM. nWLGrand Keubs


P~.ssei Leeeie46 L~o
PuOSCOf& A4l0e No4, 4.L 0, Q
mes e Vol 7Thurofy evening sit.,
at the New hMlu onwed 4
street VIsItIngs hroutres
lnyfted. 7. 0. =-Awm
3L 3R wITOVUU, bhmarst
R33EKAH SISrag,
Nmael "I.Ps a 10, iee1~
ters as to L am
UNSE alstef rS SoafalyInvite
gmant. MR&. &.DeTfty=L
ii= lEFRMMAN, sce
JC A B. A. No, 11 mokst ,sa
third WedasfdV o vaegain t ?8 p
in, RaEf~r MIAJ%610 Wft&MU
A. QGU, ~


WA.W.
Uve Oak OaP fl. 1, W. (w
net ia Pythian Hal 1st a04 51
We4ney eacM moth. T(Mgfi
sovertas easlally united.
P. A. BOHICX aC
I~l~mg~ BROOsm, Clerk
W. 0. W. C.. Oak Grvwe, X&I,
Woodmen Circle meets last 'Turky&
of eaedh month at 3:30 p. m., 3rd Slow
Wtswn building, southwest coner
Palafox and OGarden streets. Vistbtm
sovereigns cordially luvited. MNrW.
A. Smith, Clerk; Mrs. M. B. 01O#,
Guardian.


Calfornia and Northwest
I 4e lO


S Chicago, Omaha, St. Louia and Kansas
SCity ,s he

p Union Paelflc
and connections, with through aepang
carB.
D One-way colonist rates Oq sale from
September 15th to October 3W, 1906
To California, Oregoni Waaitngton,
Montaa, Utah, etc.
Special round trip .rates to Califor-
nia and the Lewis & Clark DBpost-
tion at Portland, Orem%, Until Sep
I tember 281h.
Ask for through rate from your
station and secure Mterature. In-
j formation freely given
J. F. VAN R rN SSfeAa-t,
13 Peachtne SL, Atlasta, Ga.
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Tharland Castle, Br ss. Smith, 2483
for Antwerp via Galveston. with 864,-
000 s ft lumber. 'S,8 bags bones.
CYCLES FtEPAtES9. Mariner, Br an. Bubh. 1.523.000
CYCLES FOR RENT. ft lumber, 10,340 c ft hewn tfinbrr.
Iron Safes, Cash Registers, Type VESSEL.S IN' PORT.
*I writers, Guns, Plstols Locks and Urn- -temsm:fp.
brellas repaired. Brookwood, Br ss, Brown, 1987, Sa-
tell Lawn Mowers, Scissors. Knives, vannah to the Wm. S. Keyser Co.
.-s.. sharpened. Craigelianchee, Br ss, '._7, B-ston
n. I Most complete line f keys in th to orrier. ,.
city. Duicie, Br ss, Harrison, 1285, Faro
STry Itooton's Messenger Service, to .J A. Merriti & Co.
when in a hurry to send messages. Ernesto. Span ss. Oajcchea, 1691,


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A modest. reasonable and
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TROUBLES


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Wrtes sa Letter Tell Cz o a Communi


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of Efforts Made to Hel Ui
fortunate Man.


Mayor Bliss yesterday receiredA dI1Z 1 EAST INTENDENCIA ST. Gtood]Aood, Br ss. Boa,, ,177. Fayal.
letter, purporting to be fromn Hin Editor Pensacola Journal: PHONE 1133. Hesleyside, Br. ss, Bedilngton, 16S7
SAnders n, the young man w' left I note in The Journal of Tuesday an St. Vincent.
Pensacola o myseriouslv either Sat- article concerning the peddler who - -. da, Span ss. Aranao, Liverpool to
urday aight or Sunday morning, was found near Ferry Pass. I would Otill iAn BSONl I T vr. Br ss, McLennan.
-The Letter.Rlike to correct it in part through yGE A. PETTERSON, Kehvingrov 8r ss, McLennan.
The letter whic r. no date is to correct it in part through you is now located at 193S, N .vc itle-on -Tyne to mas/Er.
The etter, which ber no date, is followvaluable paper. Cor. Government and Barcelona Sts.. Lucia, ..u- t s, Martinollch, 1437.
da ce-a dollars worth "Mayor Cs. It. Bliss: If it is the man whom'I think it and is better prepared than ever Ti'est to rrder.
"w a dollar. "I write you these lines to let you must have been, the peddler went tot to repair safes, typewriters. Marfi2ne. Br ss, Prout, 2513, Nor-
Mtirts at 50 and 75 cents. know, and also others, whom I h ve a negro house in the Ferry Pass neih- chnery and bicycles. Br s a ner. Capt. Bubb, from
wron&W, not!ifly that I don't ^chinery and bicycles. Br-s Va- Iner. Capt. Bubb, from
g.$, P1i, $2.0 and $.50. wroned, not wiltlly, that I don't borhood on Saturday last and must PHONE 203. Ne -. Pn
1 a, i ~ad 25 eats. "Wh" want to take anything that belongsNorth Anerca, AmGibbo
mps eM0 mts sto anyow I had in my possession have been in a bad condition then as' .... Noh rcan, Am ug Gibbon4.
watches that beluaed to some of my Lae negro went to P. W. MIaclan's l..-.... .. 144 h.1:. a.
tnds. and I tell you where t '.ese: residence and reported to Mr. Mac- UlIRP NTIM TI/LS New'Orlean Tran.
watches may be found, but wish to Lean, who aondo ma o t- ESTILLS. 4 Trnst
Lean, who is one of ac ambia coun- Smonslde. Pr ss. Robson, 1953,
say lhaveotn y's bCt ctiens, and consequ entlya-M2I n R P nC Snderland to J. A. Merr'tt & Co.
SW I~Ite -Thewatch o W .e Vocamp is in ways willing to lend a willing hand to V IIal DU. Trident, Br ss, Innes, 2036, Cardiff
-B Lischors, where I go $10 for it. Vo- the unfortunate or help, Manufa turer,- Ships.
Iz.'dnp halrr use a watch that belongs iMr. MacLean went to the negro's mansfatiurer u,
a p oo Dr. Thames. dtst, house mentioned and when he a rr MOBILE, ALABAM A. Kaiser Ger ship Martin 1180, Bre-
S) o "Dr. Thames has a watch which be- ed the sick peddler had gone to parts ---. .. men to Master.
a e 22 llongs to Willie Johnson, clerk at the unknown. No one knew where to Bar".
Merchaats Hotel. fnd him or what to do aboutt it, and Bolgen, Nor. bk, Gundersen, 3906,
"Mri. Torkelson's watch is in the I suppose that Mr. MacLean did no M A K M T laguna to order.en,
of Jake pps, who lo think is condition asseriou as th Naval r Market Fiery Cross. Nor bk, Caussen, 1399,
me $5 o It. negro had said by the mans bi avannah, Ga., Sept. 14.-The naval Cork to master.
B"The sWtch of a young man named gone when he got there. So it passed stores markett closed to-day as ot Garibaldi, Ital bk, Ageno, 1348,
Wolford, at the quarantine station, is off at that. lows: Gloucester to order.
in possession of young Pfeiffer t Nothing more was heard of the pan WW.... .... ... ........ 5 55 1 Hudson, Nor bk, Knud-en, 771, Lon-
IDpS WANTED. Coc's book stoe, who joined me 8s: until Sunday about 10 a. m. as weH as WG .................... ..4 95 Kosmos, Nor bk, Isaksen, 1227
a% tr banldt* a Steel Bridget "Mr. Tadford gave :ne a watch, a I remember. A negro man cam u1 N.. .. ....4 65 London.
SMe th Perdldo liver by Macambia double case, gold filled, ize 18. to Mr. John Gate's house, who is also M... .. ............ .4 60 don to order.
':- it. VSForida, aid Baldwin county, "B. W. Raymond's watch, which he one of the county's best citizens, and K .................4 50 Santa Barbara Port bk, Carrela,
ham M cogee, Florida, will gave me was pawned through the called for Mr. Gates. I informed him I ...... ..... ........ 4 45 633, Oporto to H. Baars & Co.
r o gge s natil October 1st, 105.! colored bov at the Merchants 4ar at that Mr. Gates would be out Soo0, nd4 H. ................... .. 4 40 Werner, Nor bk, Tonnerson, 840,
ag lil be opened by the Board of jschkofrs for $7. This was about he said, "you will do." So I went to G .................. ....4 35 Rotterdam.
Tbg y Coamieskiomers of EaSmbia three months since the gate and he began ias story, tat F. ...... .............. 4 25 crooners.
guty'. orid and Baldwin county, "This is all that I can think of at ing that he had found an old peddler, ........ .. ..... ....4 10 Dnn Ch t! Am c
t a. t Peascola, Florida, on present. I am sorry to Aaave a dis- white man, out in the woods who, n Donna Ch.. .. .. ..3 75 na, m sc,Axelsen,
Oteor 1th, 1905 Bidders must vis-i honored name. I will tell you the his opinion, needed something done C. ............ ... 3 a5 Doris, Am sch, Wilkie, 310 Havana
It S aike all measurements. take cause of my downfall, the loss of a for him. I called to Mr. Gates and we Spirits Turpentine, 62% cents. El Br h Heneber 299
sg te ft sad spbamit blue print with good reputation, a good future ani both went, guided by the. negro, to lm Heneery 299 Ha
ML many friends-places which are run where the man was. COTTON MARKET. Hjalmar Am sch, Axc's n, 55, Key
tt sad ectleations can be Seen in the city now. and which may ruin We both questioned him, for some The Pensacola cotton market for toGulf Transit Co.
s 1 aran, Fl orida, la the ogee osf others. time conceruiing his con6ation and September 14 is reported by C. Gun- aes Transnt Co.
I a Clerk of the Circuit Yors ver unfortunately, what he wanted- and so on. When ter Elmore. F. O. B. cotton broker, as Noas Ruto aster. ede 333, Glou-
OMe. the right is reserved to re- "HANS ANDERSON.". asked about about his people, he l4 follows: ceser to Mater
lt or all bids. Bids to be ad- This letter was received by Mayor he had lost six grown children and Gobd Middling .......10 Piratin Foley's Honey and Tar
11 fto A. M. MeMllsa, Clerk Blisseyeterday morning and the po.,-the wife in the Galveston storm, but Strict Middling. ...10 Fole Cn Foley'Honey and Tar.
Mhmt County Commissioners, Peasa- mark showed that 1: *as mailed at 10 a sister and a brother were com Mddling.... .............. Foey & Co. hicago, originate
ia L Ftserida, pd should be marked. a. n., apparently having been written from Tallahassee after him on Wed- Strict Low, Middling .. .. .. .. .. 9% Honey and Tar as a throat and lung
'f: psalIs for Itee Bridge." 27jiy beforep Andersop loft ihe city and nesday and in answer to our estion Stains and Tines to % cents remedy, and on account of the great
placed in 'the hands of some person he e ai he would mee thet at the less. erit and popularity of Foley's Hon-
&a Orrdhaoe Relating to the City who mailed it after his departure. next po.toffice. He said his name was The market is strong today and ey and Tar many imitations are of-
ga1 of Health of the Citytof Pesi. The young man bore an excellent Johnson. He answered some. quest shows an upward tendency. fored for the genuine. These worth-
0 :. and OenusesA Aalast the reputation in the city, and everyone tions intei'gently, while some he re- The New York market closed 18 less imitations have similar sounding
t i Health: thought well of him. It is suppose fused to answer and would point oftfpoints up and very strong. names. Beware of them. The gen.
-Ie tbed by the Mayor and that he left here Sunday on an Aus- and mumble out something. He id ulne Foley's Honey and Tar is in a
o5el t the tty of Penanola: trian steamer. he was an old seaman, was not Nol yellow package. Ask for it and re-
S tI L That the City Board or weigan, but was Scotch-Irish. ; something done with him, so we went fuse any substitute. It is the best
Sith of the City of Pensacola shall We asked him if he Wanted to f to Mr. C. L. Cretigton's residence and remedy for coughs and colds. W. A
ee of the Mayor, the City Physi TAMPA SHIPS FIRST to the hospital. "No, no." was the e telephoned first to Mr. Bobe at the D'Alemberte, Druggist and Apothecary
tfig the Chairman of tha Board of ply. jail. We told him the man's name,
*Aie Safety. of Public Works, and a Authorities Were Notified. condition and occupation. This was Low rates at Southern Hotel for
the Harbor sad Sanitary Committee COM PLELTE CARGO Mr. Gates and myself decided i about 1 o'clock, then Sunday after- rooms and board.
f e cty Cowil. would be a good idea to try to have noon..
S t-i_ 2. That all sanitary inspec- Mr. Bobe informed me that Mr. A. LAUNDRY NOTICE.
s aa other employees of the -- M. Avery generally attended to such Owing to the scarcity of collections
--th Department of the City of NAVAL STORES INDUSTRY NOW cases as he was chairman of the board and th- absence of Mr. Walker Ing.
rMeeols Shall be appointed by the| TO BE IMPORTANT FEATURE OP of county commissioners. I then raham from the city, it is necessary to
Cty Board of Health f om time to .u W 9 phoned to him andi tried to explain; place the business on a cash basiq.
time as the anme may be authorized PORTS BUSINESS the case and after finding out that Dn3 Monthly customers are hereby nott.
y the CoUnc. I one wanted to take the man in to their fled that money must be left at homa
Section S. That the City Physician homes, Mr. Avery said he would rp-i to pay delivery man, or package will
aall be the Health Officer of the Citer T m T T o port the matter to Dr. McMillan, coun-n be brought back to laundry office.
S aeola, and shall receive there e Tampa Times says: One ofthe ty physician, and promised to let us STAR LAUNDRY,
2ar a salary of Fifty Doilarti ($50.00 most important announcements that know what he could do and when be' sept 1w By H. J. Mackey.
per monMth la addition to his salary has been made in some months in t!: _. 40 r would send out to get the man. Tbfis
s City Physician. The said Health way of shipping, is that the fine was then between one And two o'clock
Aer subet to the oinance. steamship Kisyth will load at this Sunday afternoon. Iw tbktT
tde ty and the rules and rgulaatios Port with a complete cargo of naval Mr. Gates and I went back the'. TERSELY TOLD O
Che City oMrd of Health shall stores for shipment br ad. We had sent a big Wagon umbrella BUSINESS LOCALS. 4
have eter&l aarge of the salary This is probably the first time in down and stretched over him before
C ,n ,ro, and other employees of the history of the port that a complete we started out to Mr. Creighton's and
1he 1 talth A.epartment of the City. cargo of naval stores has been ship- the good negro had given him coffee
t1 in addition to the powers and'ped from here, and isA n indication ol and offered him breakfast. He only Hendri & Carpenter will furnish
Sh ereby conferred upon him the growing importance of this grea t took the coee. enx ing ar ner will lurni
Saw aleofthO(Meer shall p 'a industry to Tampa.
ae iat Oeecra possess all indu As I hveTampa. id Mr. Gatesna at my- estimates on building and painting
W e or att ITheBste mer is expect Cte d to arrie self went back and carried him ome and ive personaattenon to work.
today or tomorrow, arkd work on load SHERLOCK HOLES, nne which he a wanted u 932 E. Strong and 824 East LaRua
the City by existingHolOinances o ing will commence at once. It will wanted some water first. Mr. Gates str eets.
Io N itty herewith. probably. take about five days to com. The Greatest Deteve eOf Piction. started off to get the water in the
in 4a.e t hi e a t Wth plete the loading of the ship. bucket that the negpro had carried McKin e Oerting f4 Co., wholesale ,
Sec n .-ThwilhetCie outaboutTh5re1ytahl silp caankuaeru and5grocers,
Oersi t l have the power to sus The Kils.th will take ut about 15 coffee in and left Mr. E. Clark, wo andretail andr and gro rs,
el y nspecto o other em 000 packages, omprising thelargest had accompanied us with the dinner the only first-class se of the kind
Sof the toard of Helh eai ~ single cargo of naval stores e er covering with the sick man I let, in ensacola. Fair es to all.
M ot exo eeding fve dayl shipped from Tampa. The naval m1r1m mm y however, before Mr. Gates returned
6s1o1 report to the Mayor all suspen- stores is now at the port, and there iith the water and started to E'sca.n- Why use lferlor paper, when you
lfgs me by him, and the a u will be no delay in loading the res- TR UNKU bia station. I had promised Mr. Oate5 can buy Kelso Bond. F'"nch Dimity,
S within two dbays the r sel aca soon as it is berhed. to phone Mr. Avery again Monday a. Kara Linen, or Crane's Bond at C. V.
mal Se siapon the iMayor--shall c, This item marks an Important epoh a m., so if the did nothing Sund Thompons. 30 S. Palafox.
ofa t shan te City Board of Hea to, the nava sres business fyfor south a m after I left out there perhaps then
v whsider the same. The C. woorulda. an. for .he prt of Tamps, mu T So take the matter up.early in the sauer's extracts are th' Standard.
d of Health may in its discretio., inasmuch as the K, 1h will pobabl, day Monday. I phoned dr. Avery1 G"aranteed pure. All others are
.s.d, remove, or disarge any be iolowued in tue future b,- oti- *r Monday a. m. about 3 o'clock. He in-, me re'ilmitations. Ask for Sauer's.
ettore or other employ e of t teamers that i.,l ioad with comp.e iFor the comfort and con- formed me' that he had noticed Dr. r
ert o rl : t hed by tt at ny tme l cargoes of the naval sores for poita venience of I@ jo me- McMillan o .Bunoay evening and the Low rates at Southern Hotel tori
Cton 5 That whenever ellow abroad. ney. whethr it be by doctor promised to take the matter tooms and board.
e r-tll erest in the City of ^ ase Since the establishment of the naysl land or water, v:e.lave a pp, but he had not heard from hi ma n
l t shall be the duty of anI stores industry n Tampa the business variety of h re sites since but would phone him again on-
Clio.in w hal e t d ty f n has bee steadily growing, and there as Trv, Sut Vs, cerning the matter contained some statements which in
ay tientw suffering from fever a great utretc. e People Did What They Could. Justice to the community ought to t'e'
my kind to repor such ease of fere. Tampa and Port Tam.pa. City. The you Se that while he people d ed corrected.
t. tlhe caty Heal:h O(eer within fly,, shipments previously ha.e been sade TO not want to carry the man into their The gian was discovered by some
(5) hours: anid i shal be the duty o. with vessels tlht*Ioa5ed on a partlai LE O homes, those who knew of the circuri colored people ,who reported the case,
the City Health Offl.ir to mnakte cargo of phosphate either. at the port. stances all tried to do and to have to the white people Sunday morning
ediate report of each such ase or at other ponts o n the Forida a r something done. When I left he o ad when the health authorities in Pet-M
frer to the Stat, Board of Health. coast, and then completed tneir car- m I run b c m had coffee and water and ast umbre'la sacola were te'ephoned to immediate-
SeatonL. 6 That any person -on goes with naval stores at Port Tam-, over him and dinner and more water ly and aske' to send a doctor and
wlated in the Police Court o" viola- P- as soon as Mr. Gates came back with some one to remove the man. In the"
hg any Irovusion of this ordinance The completion of the channel to here than at :nIos stores, it. These are facts concerning the meantime several ministered to his
-1 be punished by a fine n x he docks ot the city of Tampa will and longer .._ c be- man, it it is indeed the same peddler. needs, one sending a mattress and
A Ome Hundred D lars <$100* or mark an important era in the busi- cause Lhey're the best We did the best we could considering quilt, others Vrovisions and hot 'of-l
mF imprisonment no: exceeding Sixt'. ness, as it is probable that the pres- quality goods that can be the excitement now all over the coun- fee. A countryman who spoke his lan-I
O) days. or by both such fine and ence of deep water wll! witness the made. try. -uane talked with him.
tarismment in the discretion of transfer ee the business in south After we could not get Mr. VanPelt Monday morning as nothing had'


th Recorder. Filorida t. the city direct, thus adding 75 and Mr. Bobe said Mr. Avery was the been heard from the health authorities
Sctla 7. Tha- all ordinance~ and! a most imporzaat industry to the city'? Trunks, $2.7! to 1. man, we could do no more and thought they were again telephoned and about i
StO of ordinances in couic; here- list. uit Cases, $2.2 to I.r we had not! ed the proper ones. eleveno'clock a special train with a'
Wit be, and the same are, hereby r, The naval stores men have been go- We did not refuse to go near him doctor and an assistant came to Es-|
Wdli. u ig aboat their business in a quiet: Teleesopes, 0 cents to $.2 or assist him in any way as stated, cambia station and three or four men!
411tioa 8. That this o.dinancee1and energetic manner, and as a result and to the contrary, went to him and from the settlement helped to place
~A take effect immediately upon few people realize the importance t o ered to help him in any way te- the stek man in a wagon to be carried
Sassage and approval, the naval stores Indastry that has cept take him home which we thought to the station.
Sae4 September 6. 105. been entrd is Tampa, and which would be iipredemt. Ferry Pass Respectfully,
Apprened September 6, 1905. embraevs 'outh Florida in its scope. -- A could be a little more christianlsed (MRS.) M. H. FAIRCHILD.
t"etE: CHAS. H. B18 but abe ia not as bad as some folks
C. MLRIMTT, Clerk. Mayor Don': delay a minute. Cholera In mA uink. W.>vl- CNREW NOTICE.
fantum, dysentery, diarrhoea come CASH CLOT R W. Jm n. ether the Captain, wn.
SCITY C ARRIAGE H 'suddenly. Only sa(e plan is to ha, be er econsignees of the n
IS. .... ANA -.T FHrs tr-c-tr Wild Straw. WPhone 297 Delta, VUept. 1215 ,
vM PACEO F I T KINO IN -- a w o Ahtor PensMMacola Jeournal. trsacd by the crew of said
a WhiLCH IS NOW IN OPENRA. IA- P I oatioced in tkhis m ning's Journal vesseL I
VOW. J. J. HILLIARD, PROP. Low rates at Southern Hotel for 1 W -rNao-atta -m- ftoud near Perry GBO. MANN, Capt-
NG RELIABLY DO E Iooms = ad board. S A e Witk wh bW 9 1" we w i 1101Y 8R0.. Vonalnees.


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