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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 16, 1905
Publication Date: -1985
Frequency: daily[<1947>-1985]
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Pensacola (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Escambia -- Pensacola
Coordinates: 30.433333 x -87.2 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from Bell & Howell, Micro Photo Division and the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
General Note: Description based on: Vol. 3, no. 147 (Nov. 29, 1900).
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SAtest Telegraphic News Ser c-Foreil and


PFurnished


by The Associated Press


THE wATH: r Satay HE JO AL' Want Ad. lp
a.d Sun a, r t always read by nearly



- VOL. VIII NO. 215 PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 16, 1905. PRICE, 0CEN
-t *-(I *


COMPANIES CONTRIBUTED


TO REPUBLICAN CAMPAIGN


SYuRnnK IIrE'S MISS ROOSEVELT'S PARTY

iEH URKII E S MEET EMPRESS OF CHINA
THEY WERE PRESENTED TO THE DISTINGUISHED LADY WHO
GREETED THEM CORDIALLY AND BESTOWED HANDSOME
GIWTS UPON HER AMERICAN VISITORS.
Bv Associated Press. Audience by the dowager empre -,.
Pekin, Sept. 15.-Miss Alice Roose- Mrs. Rockhill was first presel-t-
velt, Mrs. Rockhill, wife of the Amer- ed to the empress and she introduced
S1 lean minister, Mrs. Newlands, wift-of Miss Roosevelt and the other ladies
O United States Senator Newlands, and of the party. ,
other ladies of Miss Roosevelt's par- The empress moved among the via-
S,. ty, went to the summer palace Wed- itors, chatting Informally, and pre-
Sflnesday and spent the night. senting each with handsome gifts ot
Yesterday they were received in bracelets and rings.
SIMA

S^THE INFECTEDPENSADOLIANS


SOISTRIlCT IS -RETUNING

VIE PRESIDENT PERKMN OF r
NEW YORK LWFE CREATES SENW C HOME .
NATION SY MS TESTIMONY BE-
I LER ILATIVE PROVING

l tMIM k i tm 'I Way Ba ck While Other are
K" SoIEflatt .Aed Hera.
y m As ci a td. From the pnanner in which Pensa-
New York, Sept. 15.-George W. colians are returning-to- the city, it
P. rg & o.. and frt Vice Pre Beore tonight the ara known as seems that the yellow fever has lost
JP. Morgan & Coi.. and first vie Prl- 'its terrors for them. Each train brings
4est ef thke New York ife lasurance the latected district will be thorough- i manyt who have been abest trom
Coiapany was the star witess at to- ly cleared up, and the work complet- the city for a number of weeks and in
4ay toa esa e of te special legislative e. aince the establishment of the some instances months, while others
committee which is probing the U11 in- quarantine around this district, Mar, me on their way home, and will reach
%Me empaway teithodh, nst h h had a big oM ,f herein the course of the -next. few
rrtlhe-J u replete with reveiUo sa Sc ha has had a big foroe 0 Jd
A the dvelopwmnt n finance as ap- men at work cleaning up vacant W D'C. Kessler, wh had been In
VIeNd by tr s*e 4wrae companies' yardnts, lots, etc., sad the rk baa r tas04 m0 was among the Vsp aewld w
Climi of me Day. been done thoroughly and aFtiM t-t to reumh here yesterday afternoon.
The climax of the day came when call, and has not -only served the Misses Berta and MInie tewart,
IMr. PKrkins was asked concerning the purpose of putting that district who had rfn on a t tls o reir brothned.
eBtry of $49.702 in the ledger and good condition, but has also given Ben H. Thomas, of The Journal
ar. Pedkirs produed res check, employment to a large number of, staff, who had been visiting in Chica-
vwich was made payable to J. P. Mor- men who could not get to their work, go and other cities, was among the
San & Co.. and frankly stated that it and had they not secured this emplo).a who had been in St. Leuia was AG r
was a contribution to the national ment would have become bu-tens other asenger.
Republican campaign fund and had upon the city. as the latter would have oth pas senger.Muldon will probably
been paid to Corneilis N. Bliss. Mr. been compelled to furnish food for reach here today. He and his family
Pkins said: them. have been spending some weeks in
"This payment was made after It is now the desire to have this Maine and later in New York. Mrs.
careful consideration and must sot gang of men continue the work be- Muldon and children will remain in
be considered as an ordinary contri- gun, and going northward clean every Atlanta, while Mr. Muldon will come
batlo. to a campaign fund. It was yard and vacant lot found, and it is back to the city.
eald because we f-lt that the assets probable that an arrangement to sucn
of the New York Life Insurance effect will be made. There are a nui-
Cosnpany wouli' be jeopardized by ber of places that need cleaning up
a democrat." at the present time, and the gaag now
Acting for "Policy Holdear" being worked by Marshal Schad un-
Acting for "Policy Holde. dermtands the work and can accom-
Mr. Perknis said that contributions plish good results.
bad also bean made in 18"6 and 1900.
As an illustration. the witness said at nrI A RICA Naaa
that the first contribution was made 4AN U-"IlKU ANI
tu 18W9 by IPresident McxalH, who is
a democrat. "He contributed to theTI A
MeKinley casnipign fund and voted U I LO LIS.U
for McKinley because he felt it was
In th best inteprzts of the policy!
holder "
This hbomb caused a murmur of con- ALL RETALIATORY TAKES TAKEN


4ersa'ion about the room. which was
poked with spectators. Pursuing the
check inquiry further Mr. Hughes
brought out tha: this expenditure was
'ever brought to the attention of the
uane-e coNmm"tte. the witness term-
ta it "purely ( executive action."


DEATH RATE


BEEN REDUCED


Continued Dry Weather in New
Orleans Gives Hope of Im-
pr.ved Condftisns.


FLEEING REFUGEES


Many of Them Said to Be
Stranded in the North.

MUCH APPREHENSION REGARD-
ING FEVER CASES IN CINCIN-
NATI WHERE IT IS IMPOSSIBLE
TO GET TRAINkI YELLOW
FEVER NURSE@ OR PHYSICIANS

By Asaoclat- d Pross.
9########### ########WS


FiWv CASES OF YELLOW

FEVER IN CINCINN

Refugees From Louisana Develop Gen
Cases and are Isolated to Prevent


Spread in
By Associated Press.
Cincinnati, Sept. 15.-At least fve
persons suspected of having yellow
fever arrived here early today, being
on a special train carrying two hun-
dred refugees from Lake Providence,
Tallulah and other Louisiana towns.
Special medical officers met the train
at Lexington and wired here to have


CANDYY JIM" IS

S ILLNG TO



.RETURN
-N.


Ohio City.


Southern League.
Atanta 2, Shre rport S.
Na "iville 2, Little Rock 8.
Montgomery 0, New Orleans 2.
Birmingham 11, Memphis 1.


American League.
New York 2, Washingcan 6.
Chir-aga 3. St. Louis 4.
Philadelphia 4, Boston 3, (First).
Philadelphia 2, Boston 3. (Second)
NatoMnal League.
Boston 2, Philadelphia 4.
Cincinnati 7, Pittsburg 8.
Chicago 3, St. Louis 5.


South Atlantic League.
Savannah 3, Columbus 4.
Jacksonville-Augusta rain.
Charlestoo-Macon rain.


ATI

minet


IMPROVEMENT


IN PENSACOLA


No New Cases, No Deaths and
Only Eight Cases Now Under


ambulances meet the train. The T
others were allowed to proceed to Treatment
their destinations. I
Late in the day when the physicians
had time to make a thorough exami-
nation of the five suspects th-ir cases WORI GOING AHEAD
were declared to be genuine yellow
fever cases. They were isolated an('
arrangements made for their proper
care. Every Precaution Being Taken


WHITE


TAK


NE


WOMAN IS


EN FO1R


GRESS


i New Orleans, Sept. 15.-Theec o
:report of the fever situation at an wf Kilted Buster Young She Was Ejected from Car and
SNe cases, 43; total to wsdate. s a letter to Deputy Is Now Suing Company for
% 2,505. .4to W sedttC,
S'Deaiths, 2; total 331. Saunders. Damages.
S New foci, 6. X
S Cases under treatment, 330; % Montgomery, Ala., Sept. 15.-Alleg-
cases discharged,"1,844. "l Jim Forest, alias "Candy Jim," Ing that she was ejected from a street
x, -'- r. W* W ?._..since and who was captured a few pany because she was thought to be
Death Rate Reduced. days ago at Columbiana, Ala., a small a negress by the conductor in charge,
New Orica:%%, Sept. 15.-The fever towl above Birmingham, wants to re- alleges May Alford, of Tuscaloosa,
'who alleges tJhat sh-2 is a white woman
situation here showed some signs of turn to Pensacola. this morning filed a damage suit fot
improvement today with a better ree-, ~Deputy,-.heriff Saunders received a $5,000 against the Montgomery Trac
ord than on yesterday. The diminish- letter from Forest yesterday after- tion company in the city court of
ed number of fatalities from August noon. It wa written immediately Montgomery. bo
remains as the brightest phase of the after nis arrest. and said that he did hea laitiff lompanys thatrheas abopa-
aThe weather tody.. warm a not leave Pensacl to escape the o- seger on Juhie 18, 1905, and that
lear, as it has been for. the two d ficials, but wanted to get i-to Alaba- whUe the car was running along Law-
SMI. -te Uc-' mago t"t he ou seuenre some fnce street the conductor wrongful-
flaned absence rV.n th dfry 4oneytdbe used .who he.was tre- ed at unlawnutiy required ad com-
weqthsr there is certain to be a reduc- in Pensacola. and that he would a-ire Pelled the plaintiff ut leave the anr,
tioa of the breeding places for the surrendered hirpslf anyway. and, in doing so, uses insulting and
...... ..F., e-. ... eP,- showed no i-. abusive language derogatory to the


tewgvmyla wuich obviously iaUCsU a
lessening of the danger.
The information that a number of
refugees from Tallulah and Lake
Providence, who were fleeing north-
ward, had taken yellow fever at Cin-
cinnati and other points, created n,
surprise here owing to ;he haste wi ti
which residents of the stricken towns-
got away, but the news that fifty or
more of those who reached Cincinnati
were found penniless and likely to be
(Continued' on Third Page.)


i orest, nowv er m U" --L --
nation to surrender himself, and it
was not until he had been located
and. arrested that he ivwulgeri this
portion of his program. Deputy San-
ders located him through other p-ir.
ties, and corresponded with the au-
thorities at Columbians and askel
that he be arrested.
It will be some time, however, be-
fore Young can be brought to Penna-
cola, owing to the quarantine regula-
tions, which will prevent officers from
here entering Alabama.


OFF BY IMPERIAL UKASE
AND ORDER TAKES EF-
FECT AT ONCE.


I By Associated Pres.
OTRANDEO CIRCUS PEOPLE St. Petersburg. Sept. 15.-An Im-
RETURN TO AMERICA iprial ukase abolishing the r*talia-
tory duties on American imports was
New York, Setnt. 15 -A number of issued tocay and put into immediate
the members ,f hhe McCa2d en circus effect at All custom houses by tele-
which wa recently s'rinded at Gre- g9aphic orders from the department
noble. In s't:,hern Fr.iane. arrived of finance.
here on the eamer Riomans today-.
tIbur of the party were cabin passen- L A AI
tees. among whom was C. M. Me- CHOLERA CL IMS
Leod. advance acen: of the circus. Me- I
SLod said hI trouble *-ad numbered 3 DnATHS Q CASFS
bout 0 rn an that when It 3 DEATHS; 9 CASES
wa,4. strand(-d le(-ause of a collectioT.
for rent levied by a -.'rench financial
eWtUt uion on the rerevt of the By Associted Prs.
61how. 120 of :ho ronh( r were left Berlin. Sept. 15.-The official bulle-
destitute. The American Cont,-ul at tin issued today shows nine new
Grenoble. Cha les1 P H. Nason. cared cases of cholera and three deaths in
for them. Many me"'Ibers of the cir- the twenty-four hours ending at noon
ens are stil a' Gre'iXale or Paris so today. This makes a total of 1901
destitutC thMat hey depend for supper: cases and 68 deaths. "The new cases
upon private subsc-ip'i.ns of money. today are t-iaely scattered.

Automobile Plunges Over Bridge

Injuring Several Occupants

WItendon, Mass.. Sept. 15.-An' Guy Townsend, of WIdbeado, se-
automobile containing the members riously hurt.
Of the party accompanying Governor WiShedon, cut R LHr ItaMed .
R B. Glenn of North Carolina Owen Hoban, a lap Tr, of Wchen-
plunged over a bridge on the road to don.
Beyalston here today and landed at The motor car containing Governc
the bottom of a ditch, pinioning the Glenn was directly behind the avtW-
occupnts underneath. The injure't mobile which met with the aweidelmt
ary: and only prompt actiom-of the chanf-
p J. C. McNefl. editor of the Charlotte. ,eur avoided a collilo between the
"North Carolina, Observer, bagy cut two cars. It is believed that aU of
about the hea, ithe IaJtored will i vwr.


plaintiff's character and then and
there, In the preasnce of sundry per-
sons, called the plaintiff a negress, by
reason of which she was greatly hu-
rmiiateA, her prid-e and feeling sorely
wounded and that she was held up to
ridicule and that her reputation was
injured.
The second count of tihee suit alleges
that the plaintiff is a white woman
with no negro blood in her veins
This count further alleges that. the
cona'uctor ord-?red her to take her
seat in the rear of the car with the
negroes and that she refused to do
so, and that he, in an insulting man-
ner, then called her a negress and orn
dered her Alther to take her seat in
the car or get off the car. And that
she chose tq get off the car rather
than sit with the negroes.
Bricklayeri' New 4cale.
Natohez, Miss., Sept. 15.-Bricklay-I
ers' Union will give official notice in
local newspapers to the effect that on
and after Jan. 14, 1906. the wage scale
will be 62% cents an hour, eight hours
to constitute a day's work.

SIX PERSONS
ARE KILLED

FUtSE FACTORY TAKES FIRE AND
EXPLOSION FOLLOWS WITH
FATAL RESULTS.

By Associated Press.
Avon. Conn., Sept. 15.-The factory
jt the Climax Fuse Company took
fire today and an explosion followed,
v;recking a portion of the plant and
killing, it is now' reported, six per-


BASEBALL


With Suspicious Cases.


QUARANTINE IS LIFTED FROM
THAT PORTION OF INFECTED
DISTRICT SOUTH OF GOVERN.


MENT STREET-DR.
TALKS.


PORTER


*
# A summary of the fever sit- *
nation up to last night is as *
- follows:
% New cases, none; total to,-
' date, 41.
d Deaths, none; total to date #
Nine. ,
*- Cases under treatment, 8; *
* cases discharged, 24. *
*

Another decided improvement was
noticeable in the yellow fewer situa-
tion yesterday. After the announce-
ment the day previous of four new
cases, it was expected by some that
a similar number or pc~sibly an in-
crease would be announced last night,
but such was not the caeo.
No new cases and no deaths, with
one patient discharged from treatmen
was the official report given out last
night at the headquarters of tbe
Stae Boa.d of Heath whi th leaves
only eight patients under treatment,
'all of whomvrre ereerfn&. -
,The developments of the day gave
the physicians renewed confidence.
but. although the situation wa&
brighter, this did not c'use Dr. Porter
and his corps of astnitants to halt in
their work. On the other hand they
are waging a re!entlaes war against
the mosquito, and imprvs.aing upon all
the necessity of having their premises
in a thoroughly sanitary condition. also
to screen and fumigate their rest-
dences.
Work is Showing.
Dr. Porter, in talking with a Journal
reporter last night, said:
"I am not discouraged in the least,
and the work we have done is begin-
ning to show. We have endeavored
to conduct the fight against yellow
fever upon t sensible and scientific
principles, and no cases are declared
, until a thorough Investigation !s
made. Where the case is of a doubt-
ful nature we lend a specimen of the
blood of the patient to the laboratory
at Jacksonville, and receive a tele-
graphic report upon the same. Dt-
ing this time. however, we take every
possible precaution, and have the resi-
dence screened and fumigated. We
are able to do all this on account of
the small number of cases that havu
developed, but of course If we had an
epidemic it would be Impossible to
do so. From reports I bave received
the work is going ahead nicely, and
the city is being placed in good condi-
tion." ,,
Quarantine Modified.
A modification of the quarantine
regulations was made yesterday by
Dr. Porter, guards being removed la
certain sections of the Infected d!s-
trict. The order issued is as follows:
Bulletin No. 13.
'fExecutive Office. State Board of
Health of Florida.-Pensaeola, Floi.
ida, SepTfember 15th, 1905.-Release
of a portion of the infectedd terri-
tory" Pensacola.
"All of tha" portion of the infected
territory in the City of Pensaoi&
south of Government street and hrow
Alcaniz to Jefferson street is released
from further cordon restrictions.
'-JOSEPH Y. PORRTER,
"State Health Ocer."
The Doubtful Cases.
Whtle there are a number of Uo-g*
ful cases now in various sections ot
the city it :. not anticipated that Msy
cases ofyellow fever will develop fro
among them. All plac> where sucb
cases have been reported have be-
screened and fumigated.
CONFEDERATE FLAO
RETURNED FROM ILLINOIS


Chicago, Sept. 15.-An old, shnt.
pierced, ragged Confederate flag, one
of the last in the state of Illinois, wa
taken from the walls of Mem PtIal
Hall last night and formally returmd
to the Thtrteenth Regiment of Virgi-
nia Volunteers. The flag was cap-
tured at the battle of Pooleville Il
182 by the Eighth Illinois Regiment
and was brought to Chicago. At a
meeting of the United Confederate
Veterans, Camp 8. it was voted that
the flag, be returned to the remnant of
the regiment from which ik was takes
during the Civil War.


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September 14
By Amociated Press *


Passing of Another Horse.
DB4TH (TO HIS PALE HORSE)-TO THE BONEYARD WITH YOU-AS A GET THERE POR ME, THE
AUTO HAS YOU BMAT BY A DAY.


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THE PENSACOLA--J*URNAL, SATURDAY MOtNING,- SEPT&.MBER 11i 1905.,


PA0t TWO


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BOSS FALSIFIER



MUST LIVE IN



MOBILE


So Says Mobile register In Re-
fmRrntu. iMmbfrtedi FmU


Notice is hereby give that the folloWing described real estate, k tng
5eing f1 ;be City of Peasaools, Counrty of Agahmnbia, ate t Floriet, u po
wh:, i tho, :axes levied by the said City of Pensacola for the year A. D. 1904,
bae not L'.n paid. will be sold at the door of the court houW of scambia
cou. ty. at noon. on the firSL Monday In OctoLer, A. D. 195, to make aSd taxes,


pellalties, interest and cost.


J. C. WHiI't NG,
Tax Collector.


eDescrlmipt


w w Eliza Allen.........Lots 19 mad 20, blk 33, Bast Kfng
STh Tract ............ .... ....
Mary Anoterson .....Lots 16 and 17, blk 99, East King
Tract .......... .... .....
e following special and appended F. Barrios..........N 30 ft of 4 and W% of 5, bk 48,
comment is capped from tfie Mobile East King Tract ........ ....
Register of yesterday: Thos. Bell...........Lots 1 to 5, blk. 97, East King Tract
Pensacola. Fla.. September 14.- L. Boley............Lots 1 to 4, blk 37, Est King Tract..
Considerable excitement was create A. A. Credille.......N 40 ft of Lot 1 and of E% of 2, blk
this afternoon 'when the afternoon pa- 56, t King Tmot .. .. .. .. ..
per published an article to the effect M. Davis.........Lot 19. blk 144, iBt King Tract.. ..
that for three days last week there L. M. Davis.........W 30 ft Lot 3, blk 59, Bast King Tract
were forty deaths in Mobile. supposed MI. Davis.........Lot 2, blk 73, East King Tract.....
to have been caused from dengue IzEE Davis .......N O ft Lot 3, and of WK of 2, blk 58
fever, and that in one day over six- East King Tract.. .. .. ......
ty new cases appeared. The nfor- Peter Davidson...... Lot 3, blk. 98, East King Tract....
iatokm e poo which the artlc e Win. Fisher ........Lots 6 and 7 an' N 106 ft Lots 11 and
Laed cme from a ship carpenter, 12, blk. 4, East King Tract......
tho said he had received a letter Mary Gerald........Lot 10, bik 105, East King Tract
from a friend in Mobile. in which it Peter Grundy ....... Lots 8 to 10, blk 129, East King Tract
was stated that dengue fever was IAblo F. Hagood. ... Lots 14 to 16 and N 3 ft Lot 17, blk
playing "merry cain" in that city. 29, Bast King Tract ...........
The article also said that matters W Hamilton.......W 17 ft Lot 2 and B 15 ft Lot 3, blk
looked very suspicious. Mayor Bliss 59, Est King Tract ....... ..
of this city Immediately began an in' Rebecca Hawthorn. .Lts 1, 2 and 3, blk 92, Elast King
gestigation to ascertain if the report Tract ......... *.... ..
was correct. Over the long-distance Jas. Hamilton.......Lot 5. bik 130, RNa King Tract ....
telephone he talked with a former re- Chas. H. Hulgins ...N 50 "ft Lot 6 and of V% Iot 5, blk
Ideot t this ciy. who is now in Mo. 4, East King Tract ..........
bile. and received be assurance tlht Chas. H. Hudgins...; 8 50 ft of N 100 ft Lot 6 and of 1% LIt
there was positively no truth in the 5, blk 49, East King Tract
Yrport, and that there are no suspi- Chas. H. Hudgtns...E 50 ft o 110 ft Lot 1, blk 56, 's
cious cases of fever there. This King Tract ..................
atatement allayed all fears and r- C. Kn..............S 50 ft Lot 6 and oi 'J Lot 5, bik
a;ors State Health Officer Porter, 48, east King Trct ... .. .. ..
who is here, has also received infor- j W. Kohler........N 30 ft ofS 90 ft of Lot 3 and of W%
miation of a similar character. Lot 2, blk 72, East King Tract.. ..
The megIsteeas Comma t. Moses Jackson..... .8 60 ft of N 70 ft Lot 4 and of W%
Yesterday evening Mayor Charles Lot 5. blk 60., ast King Tract .. .
Bwtim. of PeesaclWa. communicated Wm. Lewis ......... 90 ft Lot 3 and W% Lot 2, blk 50,
witi Mr. John W. 'Burge. of thia ost King Tract............
city, formerly a resident of the Plori- Wm. Lewis.........N 20 ft of Lot 1 and of E% Lot 2, blik
ae port, giving the information that a 51, Ewt King Tract .. .. ..
letter had been received in Pensaeola W wis........ 50 ft L 6 and ET Ia t 5, blk 51,
from a person th Mobile containing East it 6 an d E% ract ............
bighly senational statements about gene UAndsy .... Lot 18. bk 105. Eat King Tract...
the he~lh of this city. The writer gene andsay... t IS 105, East in rat.
c-oimed to know that there had been 12111E' and
fotyaedutths from denguferever" in Lucy McKinley ... .W 101 ft Lots 9 ana' 10, blk 2., East
Morty nthredas -King Tract................
Mobile wUin three darys' G .Jno. McCollough ....B 65 ft Lot 13 to 16, blk 36, East King
Mr. Barge soui1ht Dr. Rh ett G, ode. Tract................. .....
cilty eit oeer, and relat~. to that Geo. Montgomery... Lot 6, blk 92, East King Tract ....
obdal whmt the mayorG of Pe aoaned Levi Owens ......... S 25 ft of N 75 ft Lot 3 and of W%/
had toned. Dr. Goode obtained Lot 2. blk 54, East King Tract....
days mINmtSmed and, obtanng com i Mcxander Oliver.....N 90 ft of Lot 6 and of B% Lot 5,
Sunication with Mayor Bliss bny teo- blk 46, East King Tract .... .. ...
Phone read off the list to Mbm. As al Sam Pasco, Jr......Iot 12. blk 103, fast King Tract....
matterr of fact there were only thir Barton Pepper......S. 120 ft. of Lot I and of E!, lot 2,
stter of ct there were only their bk 53, East King Tract .. .. ..
during hte entire week and these in- W. E Plummer ..... Lots 18 and 19, blk 98, East King
ung the entire week and these in- o Tract
cldd' g ho accid ntas. three lople oi Lou Pruno.......... E, Lot 5 and N 40 ft. Lot 6, blk.
advanced and who ihad benllwh ha fo ly. ast King Tract..........
nonuhs anrd two refants whb hardlyut Viria Shanks .....S G60 ft of N 90 ft Let. 4 and N% ITot
urvivone death iMobile has eekn busat blk. 48, East King Tract.. .. ..

Dr. Goode. M. E. Stewart .... .Lots 13 and 14. blk. 38, East King Tract
'lhe Register ca!1od up Mayor Bliss 1' l' Stevens ......S 75 ft Lot 1 and of E% Lot 2, blk
and he stated tha' be taken no offl- 54, Oast King Tract .........
,C 's. on ,' aarinln stat' TIsaac Shepard......Lot 4, 5 and 6, blk 73, East King
T ract.. .. .. .. .. .. .. ........
S. :" i n' .......o. 16. blk 106. F~st King Tract .. ..
T,; n T' 1 .,: ,' w J. C. Sprinzer.......ixts 1 and 2. blk 107. East King
ST ract .. .. .. .. . . . . . .
r a o `hao r. Th.0or ....lA' 10 n 17, blk 9. East King
'Nlai,or do w d -'se" i a h' tu T ..
s in ::. '" Thomas .....S t' ft of W Iot 2. lsc the W 1 ft,
S' ir :n, -:":. ,.. ... ; ,-- "'.k 51. I ast K ing Tract .. .. .. ..
L:. : aeu, hat g :':,u S.-uel W agn.r...... I 1 ,, a to 2o, blk. 1:5. Part King
wo^,i u, ,, 1 . .T ract .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..
A '. 1 na 3, oWf :h' writer f W CWall.or.......S -.6 ft Iot f, blk 4. East King Tract
th ,. .M r a n'wrd th o Ge 1. Wenaworth..i.L 2. 11 and 12 a ,n 14 to 20. blk
'.! rA 'cm to 1 irn Pt0~, ,King Trac ..........
on.- hand han, A did n1 0 1,-. Wirins.......TA 24. Hlk 27, Eat Kin Tract..
the a a nd :,'\ ,.n l : <, r'i s .......... N 7, f: Iots 1 and 2. blk 57. East King
S i rc,*.' a hiP -Isrp| ;It'. .T.D T itmore.....Lot. s to 6 and 10 to 14 n(d 17 to 24.
fo- t r h 'l i '" !!.: 1;'. East King Tract .....;
, -' h. : : :,i ,,Wh. : W":'- :'iam".....W ^ ",an ,1 Lo: 31, blk 124,.East King
4 h : h :: e 'T . ] t a t P'h*a, . . .' .. "" .
- . : u fin. i ilson .......Lot 13 iud N Lot 14. hlk 1 1. East
')'. a:d g :a ,of the t:, T' .
!' e: .' ,,: :' he sh: ,::r wn..........N ,; ft 1ot 1 and of E I Lot 2. onlk
r r c T :rif at 7' F., t Kinm Tract
cirpe. wn .........U..1- "1 andi 20. blk 105. Eas; King
Tra'. ................
Cause of Insomr'a. l'r.'twt V ........... Lor: '1. blk. 11' E ?st King Tract....
Iid r ir r, '- .r n .. .... ..1 '', 2, hk 1-RS. Eas" King Tract..
the '. 'o :; s an i ;. .......... N t. N l, '1 bik 129. Ea t King Tract
S. a < ,- Mn y e .s ......... .' :ia:onal Lots 25 to 2. bWk 150. East

C a' h!*r':; V r a on.w M ... .....-. ; I'. -Ms Kint Tract....
bt- r" s'-, :2 "--is -s. ........ N I i n ao' .anlt of W 1ot 2, blk
I i .. Ki'ic Tract .. .. .. ..
"BST lT D i: O' S V A.. is ..... .lk. 4t,. Belmon: Tra t;.....
UBSTI ED L ILLORS 1 ,',n .... -: in Lo's 11 to 1, blk. 48
S i2ED ; P' !LACELPHIA. .. ,n t Tract.... .. .. .. ....
SPh:, ,:,,: ".-'" A:,- re n t" I! ,V\ -',n ..... .. I.,r ,'k. 29, Bvlm ont T'ract ....
,P, ..... ',, i *, \ -,n ........ I 7, b7 k. 29, Belmont Tract
bee' 1" ' : l : i, Amos. .- .'. to 3o. blk. 1.5, Belmont
ab '" ,', . M I. \u-i'Y....... E .; ; ft of 16 and 17 and of N%
c 1 1u a ; : ,. ... f 11 k O4. Belmont Numbering
bc :. ,--.,:- :' ,.^, r "a'. .7,, 1an ..........Lot 1 and S. 17 ft. of 2 and S. 50 ft.
.po ,' ", rv,, a,.vwrt;. 'of 23 and 24, blk. 91, Belmont
ed on the label. Numbering.. ...... .... ....
The RHveU:. pa-'menn at Wa.- l,. Boley............Lots 22 and 23, blk. 77, Belmont
ington has ;s-,,', orders to breal: up Numbering.. .... .. ......
tk.. practice. and. a ~"wo ping invs't- L. Boley...........Lots 3 to 10. blk. 95, Belmont Num-


gatior, wfll bl i l r. Philaden',.'' .
Thte leadine mhot" arid restatira"ts
W'berc !bur'r !s.sot','thav-- ltwen v'
.41. FiA 1,-i ie(ot- R syt-hat tI-c r(
ou'>. ha' c hoen .~pi:g
'Whilp hf r.le.c-n-al Rc' ,nuie il,-'ait
Mer-i ma, aware o- the frauds. r'!
so ;-lmit rti~ n th, mailer uunii1j
Ia. r*,.r-t;Aof ;ht-Revenuf, Departiuent.
was publkashe.d Tb4 report ishow.
h~lltg ~1ofl )1rev'entiere,- '.epts of u'ais;-
bey1kt i i,. hon lhv several largt'
uWIsllrs. Nb'.c liquor has been l"sed
ftr c~ri.f mtdi~inal and Stflooen

In adkO or. losing the sale of
their go 'l. th. <-*I .ter have rere'v.
e d corrpib' '*- 1:t-U! consumers of
tbeir whtlso :. -'a-, p. isrot as go-od as
It uFs t4 s .' McCoaeh s&!d

n -h, JZ. 'eloue Depart mert at
We,- x i 'e't a, ;-Ithis Matler The
ofb 'I n f v aga:.'>andj sa~oTI-z

cias, f~- or tn'.t. ~liquor.

bek' rfi- n-.o 1-ti-'aiinz the

chespcr .1 a This prsic

frauds -a -'n.' d s'El)er. the
constflu 3' ;. P Iin general


bring .. .. ..............
1, Boley............Lots 7. 13 and 14, blk. 116, Belmont
Numbering.. ... .... .. ......
Richard Brown......E 50 ft. of W. 155 on Belmont by 150
ft. deep. blk. 82. Belmont Tract..
Mrs. M. F Bruce. ... S. of 15. 16 and 17, blk. 38, Belmont
Tract.. .. .. .. .. ........
Eliza Bryant ........ .Lot2. blk. 94. Belmont Numbering
.los E. .Coleman ......Lots 18 to 22, blk. 110, Belmont
0 Numbering.......... . ....
R 1, Dorsey. ..... W. 35 ft. of E. 115 ft. of lots 16 to 19,
blk. 79, Belmont Numbering.....
F .T. Frederick.......Lot 29 and E. part lot 30. blk. 27,
Belmont Numbering.. .. .. ....
Mary F. Gray ....... S% lot 16 and all lot 17 and .4. 20 ft
of lot 18, blk. 21, "Belmont Num-
bering.. .. .. .. .. .. ...... ..


G H. Green and W.
E. Plummer ....... Lots 12 and 13, blk. 2. Belmont
Tract . . . . . ........
Irene MGreen .......Lots 19 and 20, blk. 81. Belmont
Numbering.. .. .. .. -...... 2
F. S. Haines........Lots 19 to 29. blk. 40. Belmont Tract
EmmaHarveY ...... Lot 6. blk. ISS, Belmont Numbering 19
Cornine Harvey......Lot 7. blk. 138. Belmont Numbering 19
Household of Ruth..Lots 1 and 2 blk. 89, Belmont Num-
bering.... .. ...... ...... 19
A. .T Hulse..........Lots 13 to 15, blk. 157, Belmont
Numbering...... .. .. .. .... 26
Mr- Ixe A. Johnson..Lot 20, b!k. 46. Belmont Number-
ing.. ........ .. .. .. ....... 19
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S. R. Mallory
and E. C. Maxwell.Lots 2 and 3, bik 69, New City... ... 2 2 ;
H. Mitchell .........Lots 16 and 16, blk 308, New City.., _; j
Sallie Moore........Lot 14, blk 7, New City............ 2 68!
Pensacola Land &
Improvement Co..Lots 8 to 10, blk. 193. New City .. 2 05
Alex Plummer......S 150 ft Lot 1, blk 26, New City..... 3
Wm. Purdy.........Lots 19 and 20, blk 175. New City.. i 79
M. E. Perkins....... Lot 7, blk 305, New City.............. 49
Della Renza..........Lots 12 and 13, blk. 128. New City.. 5 2.2
R. P. Rebse.........Lots 16 to 20, blk 180, New City.... 5 72
Lnst. Rivers.......Lots 5. 6 and 7 and N part Lot 8. bik
9, New City .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 6 12
G. M. S3llars........ Lot 13, blk 82, New City.............. 1 2
J. W. Spencer...... Lots 3 and 4, blk 199, New City...... 6 61
Georgie Smith......Lots 19 and 20, blk 260, New City.. I 29
J. R. Suggs..........Lots 1 to 5, blk. 175, New City...... 3 J51
Mrs. E. Urch.........W 37 ft of S 74 ft Lots 8 to 10, blk
44 New, City.... .... ...... .. 7 2
Everett Urch .......Lot 12, blk 106. New City.......... 2 171
Thos. C. Watson & Co. Lots 1 to 5 and 16 to 20, blk 273, 2
New City .... . .. .. .. . .. 1 93
Those. C. Watson & Co.K 32% ft Lots 1 to 4, blk 64. New 1
City ... .. . . .. . . . .. 1 31
Virginia E. Walker.. .Lot 1 and W 24 ft Lot 2, blk. 42. New
City .... .... .... ...... ... 7 01.
Rilla Watson .......Lots 5 and 6, blk 305, New City.... 56!
Mrs. M. B. Wright -Lots 11 to 20, blk 4, New City...... 1 92
Mrs. M. E. Wright ..Lots 16 to 20, blk 2. New City...... 6 74
Kate L. Wilson .....Lot 8, blk 154, New City.......... 6 61
Lidia Willis........Lot 2, blk 15, New City............ 53,]
D. Hale Wilson ...... Lots 3 to 5, blk 308, New City... 88
D. Hale Wilson..... .Lots 16 to 18, blk 319, New City.... 64
Willie Williams .... Lot 3' blk 22, New City.. ..... 3 70
Stenhen Williams.. .N 6 ft Lots 1 to 4, blk 26, New City.. 7 50
H. F. Wise......... Lot 11, blk 7, New City............ 3 57
Chas. Wright.......Lot 8. blk 22, New City............ 3 06
LJzzic William.....Lot 1. blk 372, New City.........., 49
C. C. Yonge, No. 2.. .Lots 15 and 16, blk 320, New City.... 56
Unknown ......... Lot 268. blk 30, New City.............. 5 72
Unknown.......... Lot 6, blk 7, New City............... 3 95 4
LnUnown ..........Lot 6, blk 21, New City.............. 1 29
Unknown ..........Lot 5, blk 831, New City........... 49
Unknown ..........Lots 16 to 20, blk 336, New City..., 12
Unknown ..........Lots 1 to 5, blk 357, New City......... 72
Unknown ..........Lots 16 and 7,' blk 357, New City.... 56


124. West King Tract.... .. .. .. 28 2 s I W
J. W. Hyer..........E 65 ft Lots 1 to 4, blk 69. West King
Tract.......... .... ........ 28 2 30 1 04
Sink Hamilton...... Lot 5. blk. 4. West King Tract.... 28 2 30 8 t
\!ice R. Kelly......Lot 3, blk 40. West King Tract....... 28 2 30 3 19
Aunie Ishan........All blk 95. West King Tract....... 28 2 30 4 43
Get. Johnson.......Lot 9, blk 87. Westr King Tract.... 28 2 30 2 02
Goo. Johnson ....... Lot 10, bik 87, West King Tract .... 28 2 30
L. J~ Johnson ....... Lot 4 going E sub-division of NWIW
blk 56, Wept King Tract......... 28 2 30 4 -
Aenry Lewis.........W 30 ft of SWV,. blk 56. W.st King
Tract .. ..... .. .... 2 2 30 4 M
J. J. McCaskill .....Lots 13. 14 and 15. b!k 58. West King
Tract .. .... .. .. ... .. 8 2 30 6
C. H. McCaskill.....Lot 2 going E sud-division NWL,. blk
56, West King Tract. .. 28 2 23 10 q
C. McAnley..........W 100 ft of NW blk 57, West King
Tract .... .. ......... 28 2 36 o 0
IreneMcGreen ...... Lots 14 and 15, blk 22. West King
Tract .. .. .. .. .. .. 28 2 0
Irene McGreen......W 180 ft N% and 120 ft of S'. blk
145, West King Tract ... .. .. 28 $ 3# 1
A. M. MoMillan......Lot 21 and 22, blk 56, Wes, King
Tract ..... .. .. .. ., .. .. .. 28 2 39
McMillan
and Williame...... blk. 149 West King Tract....... 28 2 o 1
H. W. Marshall.....Lot 10, blk 43,'West King Tract.... 28 2 30 6 34
Richard Merritt.... W 0 ft Lots 1 to 4, blk 64. West King
Tract ...... ...... . 28 2 30 1 64
W. E. Plummer. ....Lots 16 ano' 17, blk 28, We.-t King
Tract .... .. .......... .28 2 30 4 38
Robinson & Aone .JLts 12 to 23, blk 44. West King Tract 28 2 30 8 74
Jas. Roberts........Lot 21, blk. 84. West King Tract .. .. 28 2 30 1 28
AlexIS9aford .......Lots 7 and 8, blk 28, West King Tract 28 2 30 3 04
Jake Simon .........B 60 ft of E 60 ft of W 180 ft of N%
bik 117, West Kin Tract .. .. .. ..28 1 30 2 57
Wm. mth...........S% blk 141, West King Tract.... .. 28 2 30 M
Cstherse Stokes..,W SO ft of N 110 ft of NE%, Wbk
$4, West King Tract .......... 28 2 30 1 19
W. H. Scott....... W% blk 168, West King Tract.... 28 3 30

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Nam& Description. 0

Nme o C 2;
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Sunday's on West, blk 82, Bel-
mont Numbering... ...... .. .. 18 2 30 4 39
J. W. Lurton........Lots 6 to 8, blk. 35, Belmont Tract 7 12
Unknown...........All of blk. 101, Belmont Number-
S&.... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 19 2 30 8 79
H. C. McDavid and
L. E. Brooks.......Lots 9 and 10, blk. 66, Belmont Tract 2 57
C. H. McCaskill..... Lots 13 and 14, olk. 8G. Belmont
Numbering ............... .... 28 2 30 7 90
Irene MoGreen......Lots 2, 3 and 4, blk. 4, Belmont Num-
bering.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 28 2 30 15 00
F. Madison.........Lot 13, blk. 127, Belmont. Numbering 19 2 30 78
Ann Miller..........W. 45 ft. of E. 75 ft. of lots 1 and 2
and of S% lot 3. blk. 16, Belmont
Numbering ............. 2 30 2 72
Lottie Moorer.......Lot 18, bli. 99, Belmont Numbering 19 2 30 78
Mrs. M. A. Palmes..Lots 27, 28 and 29, blk. 44, Belmont
j Tract ............ 31 86
J. H. Pace...........% interest lots 11 to 18, bik. 48,
-Belmont Tract............ 3 OS
D. Perry............E. 70 ft. on Belmont by 100 ft. on
Coyle N. E. corner blk. 82, Belmont
Numbering...... .... ...... 28 2 80 7 03
D. Perry............ 40 ft. on Coyle by 100 ft. S. of N. 110
ft. blk. 82, Belmont Numbering.... 28 2 33 2 19
W. E. Plummert......Lots 23 to 26, blk. 3, Belmont
TractP............ .. ........ 27 42
E. L.. Purcell........Lot 23 and 24, blk. 40, Belmont
Tract........ ............ 22 95
Minnie Rivers.. .. ..W. 47% ft. of lots 16 to 20, blk 27,
Belmont Tract.. .. .... ...... 2 57
Nancy Rivers........ Lot 26, blk. 87, Belmont Numbering 19 2 30 1 7!S
Jno. D. Robinson ....W. 75 ft. of E. 150 ft. on Gregory by
150 ft. deep, blk. 83, Belmont Num-.
bering.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 42 2 30 4 75
Francis Rodgers ....Lots 3 and 4, blk. 88, Belmont Num-
bering.. ............ .. .. .. 19 2 30 6 3')
Charleton Stone..... .Lot 19, blk. 91, Belmont Numbering, 19 2 30 91
Mary Scott..........Lot 5, blk. 94, Belmont Numbering 19 2 30 91
Mary A. Stone.......DLots 11 to 23, blk. 119, Belmont Num-
bering.. .. .. .. .... .. .... .. 19 2 30 4 10
A. F. Thomas........W% ota 24 and 25, blk. 16, Belmont
Tract.. .. .. .. .. .. .. ., .. 6 12
Mary Thoms ....... Lot 4, blk. 8, Belmont Numbering.. 19 2 .30 3'95
Julia E. Thomas....Lot 10, blk. 85, Belmont Numbering 19 2 30 3 95
Mrs. N. D. Thomas..Lots 4 to 11, blk. 114, %Belmont Nuim-
bering........ .... .... .... 19 2 30 1 10
B. C. Tunison.......% interest in W. 10 ft. of S. 100 ft. lot
29, blk. 21, Belmont Numbering.. 19 2 30 1 69
W. T. Waters....... E. 45 ft. lots 6 to 19, blk. 79, Belmont
Numbering.......... .. .. .. 28 2 30 7 72
'H. A. Waters....... Lot 19, blk. 84, Belmont Numbering.. 28 2 30 9 27
H. F. Webb.........Lots 19 and 20, blk. 48, Belmont Tract 8 01
.Ldia Willis.........Lots 6 and 7, blk 8, Belmont Tract.. 10 16
Oliver White........Lots 1 and 2, blk. 141, Belmont Num-
bering.. ........... .. .. .. .. .. 19 3 30 1 05
Unknown...........Lots 16 and 17, blk. 92, Belmont Num-
bering ................ .... 19 2 30 1 05
Unknown...........Lots 18 and 19, blk. 92, Belmont Num-
bering .. .... ...... ..... .. 19 2 30 1 31
Unknown...........Lot 18, blk. 186, Belmont Numbering 19 2 30 65
Unknown...........All fractional blk. 137, Belmont
Numbering.. .. .. .. ........ 19 2 30 1 31
Buckner Chipley ....Lot 8, blk. 40, Belmont Tract.. .... 1 54
Unknown.......... Lots 9 and 10, blk. 86, Belmont Num-
bering.. .. .... .. ........ .. 19 2 30 3 97
Josephine Abdelkada.Lot 15, blk 132, New City......... 1 11
John H. Alexander.. Lots 5 to 6. blk 225, New City ....... 1 16
LOuis J. Alford......Iots 16 and 17, blk 160, New City.. 1 29
Mrs. M. L. Banks....Lots 14 to 18, blk 218, New City..... 2 76
Wm. Bentley.......Lot 16, blk. 14, New City.......... 3 95
L. Boley............Lots 4 ano'5 6 and E 30 ft 26, blk 92%,
New City .................. 1 45I
W. A. Blount....... Lot 7, blk 36, New City............ 881
C. L. F. Bock.......Lots 11 and 12, blk 129, New City.., 11 94
Those. Boyle.........All of blk 236. New City............ 6 74
B. ft. Burton........M% Lot 13 and all 11 and 12, blk 27,
New City .. .. .... . .. .. .... .. 14 11
Leslic 3. Brooks ... .8 37 ft of 8 to 10, blk 44. New City.. 6 23
Elizabeth Connell .. Lot 15, blk 147, New City.......... 91
J. R. Caro ..........Lots 17 and 18, blk 16-4, New City.. 13 71
C. Carlson ..........Lot 19, blk 125. New City .......... 1 16
L. M. Davis.........N 60 ft of 8 120 ft of Lots 10 to 12, blk
3S8, New City.. .. .. .. .... .. .. 1 45
J. M. Dailey.........Lot 6, blk 81, New O0ty............ 5 72
C. A. D'Alemberte...Lot 11, blk 128, New City............. 2 17
C. Dorsey ..........Lots G to 15, blk 349, New City...... 72
Wm. Dufle.......... Lot 3. blk 18, New City............ 3 06:
,las. England, Jr .... Lot 10, blk 131, New City........... 3 95
Mrs. G. Everett.....S part of Lots 14 to 16, blk 13, New
City................ .... .. 93
W'm. Fisher.........E% of bik 35%, New City .......... 1 29
Wni. Fisher......... Lot 9, blk 356, New City............ 49'
Moses Fitzpatrick ...Lots 11 and 12, blk 154, New City.. 2 17
John B. Griffin......Lot 13. blk 308. New City............ 49
John Goldstucker...Lot 13 and W% Lot 12, blk 51, New
City . .. .. .. .... .. .. .... 5 24
Julia Henderson ... .Lot 17. blk 15, New City.......... 1 03
Bonj. Hilton........All blk 333, New City.............. 1 29
Wm. Holder.........'.Lot 4, blk. 224, New City.. .. .. .. 2 13
Kate Kelly..........N part of Lots 14 to 16. blk 13. New
City . .. . .. ... .. .. .. 4 35
A. R. Jones....... Lots 1 and 2, blk. 105, New City.... 7 50
Aaron Johnhon...... 10 ft Lot 7, all 8, N 30 ft of j., blk
14 New City ... ... .. ..... 7 01
Aaron Johnson......Lot 15. blk 17. New City.......... 3 95'
Jas. A. Johnson.....Lot 6, bik 35, New City............ 96
Robt. Lewis ........Lots 6 and 7. blk 154. New City..... 3 95
IUnknown .........W 108 ft of N SW corner Romana and
Cevallos, blk 1. New City .... 1 69
H. H McLellan .....E 32% Lot 4 and W 33 Lot 5, blk 83,
New City .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 9 ,
N. C. McMillan.... Lot 17, blk 13,.New City.......... 1 29
N. C. McMillan.....Lot 4, blk 15, New City............. 2 ';
N. C. McMillan......Lots 5 to 8, blk. 320, New City...... 64
S. R. Mallory
and E. C. Maxwell.Lot 1, blk. 69, New City.......... I 36


#amae. Description. -
So

S. M. C~~is..........22% Arpents NE14 of blk E, Maxent
Tract . . . . .. . . .. .. 42 30 3 46
Win. Fisher..........Lots 1 to 3, fract. E. of Donaldson
street and we,t of Donaldson line
Maxent Tract.... .. .. .. .....42 2 30 3 45,
Wm. Fisher.........Fractional LoA' 11 to 14 ann' 37 to 39.
blk 117. Maxant Tract .. .. .. .. 42 2 30 2 57
Wm. Fisher, Trustee l., -,o 5. blk 200. Maxant Tract 42 2 30 71
Mrs. Mary Killekeily.W so ft of N 125 ft NW cor. blk 11.
Maxent Tract.. .. ......... 42 2 3 16 17
Mrs. Mary Killekelly.S 30 ft off N 1.-5 ft of W 120 ft blk 11,
Maxant Tract .. .. .. .. .. .... 42 2 30 67
C. W. Johnson..... .E 125 ft Lo- .32 and of 221 Iot 23. blk
10, Mayaut Tract ........ .. 42 2 30 11 45
F. B. Lee...........Lot 14. blk 108. Maxant Tract........ 32 2 30 2 09
RB Maloney......... Lors 21 and 22. blk 6, Maxant Tract 42 2 30 5 72
Joe Nicholas...... Lots 14 and 15. bik. 113, Maxant Tract 42 2 30 3 93
Margaret Swaine.. .Lots 31 and 32 and E. 50 ft. Lots 31
and 3. bIk. 11, Maxant Tract .. .. 42 2 30 25 27
D. Vale Wilson.....Lot 13. blk 13. Maxant Tract........ 42 2 30 1 79
Unknown.........Lots 31 to 34. blk. 87, Maxant Tract.. 42 2 30 1 |
Unknown ..........E 10 ft Lot 21 and all Lots 22 to 27,
blk 87. Maxant Tract .... .. .. 42 2 30 3 06
Unknown ..........Lots 17 and 18. blk 113, Maxant 'Ptaet 42 2 30 1 TO,
W. .1. Bicker........W% of lot 340, blk. 19, Old CiRy.... 9 T
L. Boley............All lot 245. Exc. E. 59 ft.'of S. 100 ft.
blk. 31, Old City........ .... 6 93
Thos. DeLahunt.....N. 40 ft. of lot 246, blk. 13, Old City.. 12 83
Mrs. Belle Grant.....W% lot 203. blk. 25, Old City...... 11 05
M. A. Grifmln........Lot 145. blk. 20. Old City.. .. .. 5 34
B. Larcum..........S. 40 ft. Arpent !,t 73, Old City...... 7 5
Louisville & Nashville
R. R. Co.......... W. 14 ft. of E. 96 ft, Arpent lot 30, 014
City .. .. .... .. . . .. ..... 47
H. M. McArthur.....W. 100 ft. of N. 120 ft. lot 78, Arpent
Old City.. .. .... ..... ......... 21 21
Est. A. McGee....... E% lot 326, blk. 31, Old City ........ 5 72
C. R. Magee.........N% lot 329, blk. 21, Old City.. .... 8 51
Est. Eben Moreno... Lot 374, cemetery lots, Old City .. .. 2 94
Effie McDonald Rivers N. 70 ft. lots 342 and 343, blk. 20,
Old City. ... . . . . . . .. .. 11 4
Dora Roslque........W% lot 150, blk. 18, Old City...... 7 6
Jane Scholls........N. 46 ft. of S. 81 ft. of E. 168 Arpent
lot 84, Old City............ 17 6
D. D. Shuttleworth..N% lot 297, Bik. 17, Old City.. .. ..0 3
D. D. Shuttleworth..W% lot 367, blk. 25, Old City........ 10 1i
Frank Touart.......W% lot 326, blk. 21, Old City.. .. .. 9W -
Mitchell Touart .... Lot 330, blk. 21, Old City.. .. .. ..... M1 61
Mrs. Joe Wyer.....Lot 183. blk. 27, Old City.. .. .... 10 16
Unknown.........E% lot 397 (cemetery lots), Old City.. 1 16
Rev. J. A. Baasen...Lots 273, Old City.. .. ......... 4 54
Rev. J. A. Baasen ... Lots 393 and W% of 394 and of 397,
Old City .. ............ .. 4 25
C. Corner...........Lot 5, blk. 33. Dallas Tract...........27 2 30 64
Est. M. A. Caro.....Lots 2. 3 and 5 to 7, blk. 38, Dallas
Tract.. .. .. .. .. .. .. ........ 'T 2 30 1 -
Coner and
Kupfrlan..........Lot 3, blk. 11, Dallas Tract......... 27 2 30 1 44
G. A. Eggart........ Lots 7 and 8, blk. 21, Dallas Tract.. 27 2 30 3 62
J. F. O'Shanghnessy Lots 2 to 4, blk. 73, Dallas Tract.... 27 3 30 153
Henrietta Parker... Lot 4, blk. 11, Dallas Tract........ 27 2 30 2 66
Eat. Adam Thompson Lot 2, blk. 18, Dallas Tract.. .. .. .. 27 2 30 64
Unknown............ 8. 30 ft. lot 4, blk. 52. Dallas Tract .. 27 2 39
Maria Baccus.......Lot 6, blk. 3, Doneldson Tract ...... 2 05
Wm. Fisher.........Lots 1 to 7. blk. 46, Donelson Tract., 1 16
Mrs. L. Gasseman..W. 10 ft. lot 6 and all of lot 7, blk. 47,
Donelson Tract ............ 24
Margaret Kelly......N. 140 ft. of lot 11, blk. 2, Donelson
Tract .... .. ..s. ....... 56
Florence Joseph..... Lot 9, blk 34, Doneldson Tract.... 4 46
Jos. Licata........... S. 27 ft. of N. 127 ft. of E. 80 ft., blk
3, Doneldson Tract.. .. ........... 12
'N. C. McMillan..Lot 8 and E1, lot 9, blk. 45, Doneldson
Tract .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..... 1 54
E. Maloney..........8. 38 ft. lots 38 and 39 and N 2 ft. lot
21, blk. 3x, Doneldson Tract .. .. 4 35
Thos. P. Maloney .... N. 47 ft. lots 38 and 39, blk. 38, Don.
eldaon Tract.. .. .. .. .. .. .. 4 35
J. E. Strazzula........E. 33 ft. of S. 125 lot 67, blk. 3, Don-
eldson Tract.. .. .. .. .. .. .... 6 12
Chas. Vanmejre.....E% lot 25 and all 26, blk. 46, Donel.
son Tract.. .. . .. .. .. .. 12
M. M. Caro........50 ft. W. front, 6 ft. going S. and 150 ft
deep, blk 109 Petterson Addition 40 2 30 3 38
E. H. Hogshead.. Lots 7 and 8, blk 98, Petterson Addition 40 2 30 S$
Mrs. Marinovich.....Lots 11 and 12, blk. 85, Petterson Ad-
dition.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 40 2 30 1 28
John H. Johnson..... Lots 21 and 22, blk 26. Water Front 3 95
A. Lisenkoff..........Lots 7 and 8 and 17 and 18 and parts
3, 4. 5 and 6, blk. 28 Water Front 5 24
A. Lischkoff........Lots 7 and 8 and 17 and 18, blk. 31,
Water Front........ .... .. .. 4 35
A. Lischkoff........Parts lots 2, 3 and 4 blk. 38, Water
Front......... ... . ....... 1
Jno. Martin..........Part B" blk. 32. Water Front......' 1 29
T. H. Woodard......Part lots 8 and 9, blk. 34, Water Front 3 0
R. M. Avery........N. of lot 16, all of 6 to 15, blk 83,
West King Tract........ .. .. 28 2 W 4 48
E. C. Allen......... Lot 7, blk. 43. West King Tract.... 28 2 30 3 19
Burke Bardwell.... Lots 5 and 6. blk. 42. West King Tract 28 2 30 3 19
Robt. Burnett........Lot 13, blk 65. West King Tract.... 3 S 9 t
Chaiotte Buttler......W. 28 ft. of lots 1 to 5, blk. 11,
West King Tract........ .. .. 28 2 30 1 00
B. M. and A. Betts...Lots 7 and 8. blk. 16, West Bing Tract 28 2 30 64
L. Boley...... ....Lot 1. blk 85. West King Tract...... 28 2 30 64
0. Chestnut.........Lot. 19 blk. 119, West King Tract.... 28, 2 30 1 5r
David Crockett....Lots 19 and 20, blk. 4, West King Tract 28 2 30 1 11
Florence Crockett... .W. 60 ft. of East 120 ft. of blk. 117,
West King Tract........ .... ..28 2 30 2 0
A. F. Davidson...... Lot 5. blk. 53. West King Tract...... 28 30 1 23
Earnest E. Dean.....S8. 122 ft. of lot 24 and E 35 ft. of lots
1 to 4, blk 124, West King Tract.. 28 2 30 1 S4
E. J. Frede'ick......Lots 13 and 14, blk. 12, West King
Tract.... .. ............. 28 2 30 8 -
Wmin. Fisher.........ILot 17, blk 31. West King Tract.... 28 2 30 M
Susie Fountain.... Loxs 9 and 10. blk. 27, West King Tract 28 2 30 4 fS
Hal Garrison......Lots 12 to 17, blk. 116, West King Tract 28 3 30 2 26
R. A. Gamlin........NW'4 blk. 147. West King Tract.... 2 2 30 6
E H. Hansley.......All of lit 5 and 30 ft. of 1 to 4 begin-
ning 60 ft. E. of SW/ of blk. and
N. 13 ft 10 inches of lot 24, blk.


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Upon


t- .. r vvre ma Bk n. 1a,
"o the foot of Main street, ani whe,
opposite the Ostrich Farm I:e fce!
earbonator broke and gas )!'ne l>ake:
out into the bilge of the boat. T're
Szrrso!ne released tromr the tank
Caught fire ard Green and otbert
jumped from the boat.
Alli Lda N -_... rE


take no other.



PORTLAND HAS


R. K. WHITM, Young Mare n could ro. sWrim. a1 m *[
Wer.#A a .. led for help. The cal:s of your:
Marean appeared to call the others L
yTre PI atae itrst Pow'ac,. aP. the boat, and all of them cfing to t<' a
cr aft, instead of striking out for the
shore. except Green. Franz went o
TERSEL-Y TfOLD the rescue of Green. and twice hid
TERl SLElY lTO-LD. his hands up3n the d-owning ran, bu 1
could not held him in the .truzg!?.
Tve many Trieanis of Mr. Ike Den- The last time Franz had hold of Green
a, who has been ill for the past few it was by his hair. but the drownn-
ays, will be glad to learn that he man broke away. and sank for t Her eck Is Threeand a Half Feet
Is cow able to sit up last time. The fire in the b'o)et had
Miss Marion Spencer. a niece ot in the meantime been exvin'uIsh-,1. 1 and Day
S H IL Goulding reached the city las' and the young men remained whe o a nd e ersAl
might from Sterling. Fla.. to attend Green had 'ore dqwn for the lat
I the lunera2 of her unci". time, u to .d not find any traTe oof Wnitu l *ing.
Mrs. Margare Duncan, who is *str him. They hurried to the c:tv, and at __
Sg with her nephew. Jas. Nix, at 107 once went to the offices of tha-les A. Portlqnd. Set. 15.-"Have you seen
w .h ePo ',. .. ;C:ark. where they requested hat d t

corvery. esignatej for the body. Exposition.
The two cases of fever at the Brent C "se of the Accldet re, thousand. of them." Is th
home on East Romana street have It appears that the accident which common rcpi. and commonly you arx'
tbee discharged. the house has be-T, it'i to the drowning of young Greon mistaken. for thrre is only one rubber-
f.migat.ei for the last time, and th, was caused by the breaking of the neck girl, prpei ly s -.king. and she
quarantine ,i-ed. feed pipe or the gasoline tank. Had has permanent quarters in ihe Mani.
Miss Katie Ward retur..d yester- Green remained in t.,e boat his li. factureri 'uild ng at the Fair.
a Katie icard go. where had t would bave been spared. Mr.. Hutto, This ru.bcr-neck girl has a bcau-
e f roin icago, where th Mrs John who understand the worktn:- of the tiful fa'e. a peacu-bloom complexion.
pending the summer with Mrs. Johu gasoline engine thoroughly, and who and baby stare. She stands all da3
Cavanakh. her sister. Miss E aw appreciated the danger from the first, long, and never gets tired for shc
'r Ward is still in Chicago but will re dcribed the accident as follows: stands on a rubber mat. Twenty
turn In a month of Th Jr so. urnal. h Hutto Tells of Accident. times a minute sh turns to ne right
Be R. Thomas, of The Journal. wh, We were returning from Phoen and stares at t-u with her baby star
has spent the pat" three weeks in th We were returns man tins she turns to th
S north on his vacation, returned to the Park and were opposite the Hayward t.She is a wonderful girl. to be
cytv last night and will resume his dock, when feedpipe broke and gaso- sure.
work on the paper today. M i. ne leaked out into the boat. I saw The rirbber-n rl n the Manu-
Thomas is not alarmed at the fever trat the engine was slowing.down. anu faurrs buildir,- at the Fair i one
situation anl he reported for duty im.- knew that something was the matter. way superior to the ordinary rubber
mediately on hib return to the city. I rushed to the engine from the rea neck girl. e dos notchew gum.
Chas. E. Goulding. the oldest suon of of the boat, and when I got there IThe reason for tslhs w
rank R. Goulding, who was acci-saw that the engine was taking o The reason for this is that her
dently killed Thursday night. reached much gasoline. I closed down on tne mechanilm does not pr-vide for gun-
the city last night from Andalusia. earbonator. when my hand struck the chewing.
where he is employed. He is here float, and I saw that it was broken. The rubber-neck girl is used to at-
to attend the funeral of his father. I immediately went to the other side tract attention to a rubber exhibit, and
Residents along t-e dummy line ar of the engine to sh off the swit, she does her duty. She has a rubber
vow compelled to leave Ihe city at when the engine acre a ii neck that is a marvel to look upon.
9 o'clock at night or else walk. as the the gasoline which had flooded from It is tree and a balf feet long, and
Terminal Company has d-cidea. to stop the carbonator. It was then that the curved like the neck of a goose.
all cars on that line after the o txys jumped.
0 o'clock trip. Fought Through Flames. BROTHER OF F. E. BRAWNER
Montgomery Journal: Ben H. Thorn- 'I Immediately tor the spray shield KILLED NEAR BREWTON
aa. associate editor of the Pensacola as far as I could. 'e nre was so
Journal. who has heen visiting rela- bad that I had to jump overboard. The Brewton Newc says: Chas.
ties and friendi in the north for the after I had badly burned my hands' A. Brawner. a we!l known young
past three weeks is the guest of Mr. I crawled to the bow of the boat, and man of Castlelerry. m -t a tragic
and Mrs. 0. E. Courtnev. on Dexter tore the rest of the spray shield death on Saturday night last while
avenue. Mr. Thomas is confident th.t :ofl and got down in the lames in the out hunting with some other young
the yellow fever t-ituation in Pensacol- bow of the boat to shut off the gaao- men. A tree was cut down and as
is not as bad as generally supposed., lne from the tank, which flowed from it fell a limb struck young Brawner
and will return to that citv tomorroWm- the leadpipe. I did thIs that In cae on the head and should. r, producing
to resume his dutie.s upon The Journal that the lead pipe abolo artt I would internal injuries 'fprm which he died
staff. Mr. Thomas i w, 1 Known lun have the gasoline shut off In the gal- a 4 o'clock Sun .'ay morning. H.-
this ci. and was a' one time on the v:-nized iron tank. This done. I had leaves a young wife and two bab!'-
staff f th4 Journal. to again jump overboard and swim to besides his aqrd father and fiv.'
Mavor Bliss yesterday received tl'.C' stern of the boat. We then com- brothers. two of whom Robert C. and
f- C'ris Th'srin. who is now i, n-anced work with our boats and Chesley. reside at Cast. berry; one.
lmaetlnati, a letter and also a check fought the fire, while Frans went over- Frank E.. in rlnsacolq and two, J.
?6'---t _1! '.-: .-; "'. ...ich t 1ward t enldeav.r to save Green. E. and W. N.. in Andalusia.
V door ask e to e 1aed t) the cre.: Effort to Save Green.
F of the fund which now b-ing raised "Franz caught Green, and the two
in PIensac.ia 'o cian up the cil;. wn;i down toge:ner. Franz brought NEXT
Mr. Thie.en and hi- family left herc Gre(en with him to the surface. but in
sone we'ks ag>. and have been i,, the struggle lost his hold. Franz SUNDAY
Cincinnati sncv 'a; tin; When h, arain dived for Green and again
heardd tha: a fund ior ,ie e',an:ng up caught him. only to have the drown-
Of the cty;M ra :n. ra,-.i Mr. ing nwan agan escape his hcld. Sev- I N
Thiesen. it'nmelia'ev sen; his ch,-ck eral times Franz dived f(r Green. and
to the mayor for the alt\c.' amount the iast time got only a slight hold THE JOURNA
ie also state4 in ,; l" r t ha-- !- oI Green's hair. wh!dh he coula' nu-
hoped that the au:hmtri:e? ouid b hold. After this Franz died for him
ablle io s'amp ot; ti.' di--as- in a --\era': tint-s. and untlI he was himself
shor time. ansd that tne, spread of it s-o exhaust#"d that we had to throw
bad 'b "n stop;id The rnayor wil: him a line in order to get him hack
tur. he hee'k r to the finance into (h, boat. We were compelled
ft<.mm'..:e. which is ,w t5oi;citin ;to pour water in F'raw' face to bring
r (i;nds him to"


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your groc--rs


Marean states that had he not
yelled that he could not swim, he be-
lieves tha the entire party would
have abandoned the boat and en-
deavored ;o make the ohore, so
frightened' were they by the appear-
acct of fire on the craft. But his
cries. he states brought all the boys
to their senses and caused the efforts
which succeeded in putting out the
Are.


Dragging 1e the Body.
As soon as the drowning was re
ported to the offices of Chas. Clark a
party set out in a laanch to drag the
inver. Mr. Rosser at once noticed a
brother of the young man in New
York of the drowning. His mother,
who lives in Oolunmrba, S. C, will be
notified this morning.
The launch in whtkh the young men
were making the trip in a nine-horse-
power. three-eyllader launch, and was
regarded as one of the fastest and saf-
est launches on the river.
All the young men abowed signs
of having been badly burned, with the
exception of fraa. who, while others
were fighting the Sames, was en-
oteavoring to save Green from drown-
ing.


SATURDAY BARGAINS


FROM I iBUlllR Read AllrThis
R UMI A I Y Never Know the Moment when
This Information May Prove i
Tn UITFInfnit Value.
I TI rnIt Is worth canslderable to any eiti-
OU M |I Ll sen of Pensacola to know how to be
..... cured of painful. annoying and itching
dl Mlpiles. Know then that Doan's Oint-
Il[lfL ment is a positive remedy for all itchi-
rlnfof the skin, for piles, ecema,
GRl VlE etc. One application relieves and
." soothes. Read this testimony of Ats
merit:
Mrs. U. Mertins. It-",r .Lt. S bC ID-
Jacso ift Man Scp s Dfa"th tendencia street,. ays: "I used Doan's
J...sui..ml i. r Ointment, whicn I procured at Sidney
Frm e M. ta l i Kahn's drug tore, No. 9 South Pala-
,i1 FUUmU Ol e fox street, for eczema which had
fi | ;. e. Wi bothered me f!cr more than ten years.
It in toe Wier. t was worse during the heated parts
of the year than any other time, and
The Jacksonville Times-Union of I suffered terribly. I used one oinz-
Friday says: Fred Green, a merchant- ment and salve after the other, but
dise broker, employed bv the firm ot 'with little success, and treated with
Candish & Rorer of this city. was different doctors but without obtain-
drowned Ist nignt just off the Haw"-! ing marked b0uefit. When one fifty-
wood dock, near the Ostrich Farm. cent box of Doan s Ointment cured me
at about 11 :30 it is no more than natural that I should
The young man, in connection with ibe pleased to let other* know of the
J. F. Franz, M. C. Hutto, Joseph wonderful merit of this preparation.
Oetgen and Charles Marean. all young It is a remely which all sufferers
men, left the city Jast aight at about from itching skit; disease can rely
8:45 for Phoenix Park In a gazoli'n upon with the utmost confidence."
launch, owned by Mr. lranz. r ne For sale by all dealers. Price 50
party went to attend the Knizhts of cents. Foster Milburn Co., Buffalo,
Pythias picnic, and left Ine park on N. Y., sole agents for the United
the;r way hnme at about 10:35 to the Rtates.
ri~u Thtr,--,o .-In t i..r,> Remember tie name-Doan's-and


COMMITTEE OF|


FERHY PASS





Citizens Hold a Meeting and Sub-
mit Statement of Unknown
Peddler's Case.

The Journal is in receipt of the
following communication from a con-
mitee of citizens of Ferry Pass whica
is self-explanatory:
Public Meeting Held.
Delta, Fla., Sept. 13. 1905.
Editor Pensacola Journal:
On readir.g the garbled account In
the daily papers of Pensacola, in re-
gard to the Anding of an unknown .
man in the woods near Ferry Pass,
but especlaily the uncalled for and
s'anderors remarks in The News ol1
Sept. 12, about thirty of the repre-
sentative cit iens of Ferry iPass met
at the residence of Mr. A. C. Tippio
to take measures to let the publito
know the facts in the case. Mr. A.
C. Tippin was appointed chairman i
and Mrs. M. H. Fairciild secretary.
After some informal remarks by
different ones present, expressive 9t
the just indignation felt by a cam-.
i.unity which has always b<' n not d
gfo Its generous treatuient of sirang-
ers anrl it liberal sym-h to
those in need, the following' namel m
gentlemen were chosen a ro.: ittec
to collket the facts auj sntt then-
in writing, sending a copy to earh I
the city papers, asking that i tey b
given Lhe same publicity that th--
first report had.
The committee named was Mr. P.
W. McLean. Mr. Henry W. Jones and
Mr. E. Padgett. ,
The committee rendered the fol
lowing report,- which was accepted,
after which. as there was no further
business, the meeting was declared
adjourned by the chairman
M. H. FAIRCHil-D.
Secretary.
Report of Committee.
We. the undersigned, citizens ofi


MOSQUITO BARS AND NETS.


100 Umbrella Frame Mosquito
Bars with cord and pully, ready
for use. the $1.25 kind, special
cut price.. .... . .... .. ..98c
$1.75 Extra large Umbrel&a Frame
Mosquito Bars ready for use.,
special cut price ..........$1.39


100 pieces Extra Quality White
Iron Frame Mosquito Net in 8
yard pieces, special cut price
Saturday. per piece.. .. .. ..48c
50 pieces Extra Quality and Wide
White Iron Frame Net worth
12%c per yard .. .... .. .. 80o


Telephone 563 will receive prompt attention.

Best Central Park and Norwood Men's and Boys' colored Percale
Dress and Shirting Prints in Shirts, th, 40c kind, special
light or dark colors', regular 6c Saturday................. S
quality, Saturday 10 yards for. .43c One case of new F'lannelettes in
10 yards of best yard wide Clover the very choicest styles for
Brand Bleached Domestic for.. 43c wrappers, and kimonos, regu-
10 yards Extra Fine Sayles lar loc value, to start then of
Bleachery Cambric, to go ior..87c Saturday at............. B



Special Bargains in Men's Furniah-

ings and Ladies' Muslin Underwear.


To


H. LANNON


&


CO.


Ferry Pass, having been appointed at
a meeting of our fellow-citizens to r-silent since leaving Galveston. (Continued fro. Second Page.)
collect for publication the facts in re-Mr. Parazine, Mr frnear Mr.
guard to the fina,.ng of an unknown Johin Clark assisted Dr. Hargis to
sick man in the woods near Ferry put the man in the wagon. while Mr.
Pass, do submit the following. ,whic flufo Bryars went to try to o ainA Name. Description. .
we, personally, know to be the ex-t mosquito net. Mrs. .1 Vie Wa .--
act, truth: The first 'heard of the furnished a quilt to spread over
man was on Friday evening when h. h1im. Dr. Hargis said that a
called at the residence of Mrs. D. M. hargs the citizens had t mael toA. B. Thompson ....Lots 16 and 17, blk 19, West King
Merritt, near Olive, where he asked services rendered to send the bill Tract .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .... .....28
for some mLlk, which was 0givn the Board of Health an l it wod Mrs. W. C. Vancil ..Lot 3, blk 22. West Xing Tract...... 28
him. As he talked very broken Eng- paid. Wt the citizen, of .' T. C. Watson & Co..Lois 13, 14 and 15, blk. 106 West
lish, they were unable to under- 'Pass wi it distinctly under King Tract ...............
stand much that he said, but he pro that even n yellow fever times the. C. L. Wigins.......Lot 11, bk 39, West King Tract.... 28
duced a letter from a captain, in i, no remuneration for a cari. C. L. Wiggins...... .E 90 ft Lots 6 to 10, blk 41. West King
Galveston, recommending him able act. They feel that had th Tract.. .. .. .. .. ....28
worthy and asking the people to as- health Officer aced with prompt W A. Wood........Lots 21 and 22, bIk 97, West King
sist him. They apve him a small ness when first notified much suffer- Tract ............ o .. .. 28
amount of mquney and he went on to- og would have been saved the sick H. S. Waters...Lot 25, .Pettersen div., blk 22, West
ward Ferry Pass until he reached ',is and had a truthful report o King Tract .. .. ........ .... ...
the house of Mr. ER Williams, wher- the case been given much ill-feel- P. K. Yonge, Trustee.Lots 19, 20, 21, 22, blk 64, West King
he asked for a drink of water and tig been spared and this meein Tract .. .. ........ ...... 28
wanted to buy some milk. Mrs. Wil. and report rendered unnecessary. C Yonge, No. 2..NiW' blk 98, West King Tract.... 28
liams gave him the miLk refusing the Al of whic_ is respectfully su Unknown ..........Lot 22, blk 11, West King Tract.... 28
money. mitted. Unknown ..........Lot 20, blk 25, West King Tract.... 28
The next seen of him was "atur P. W. MOcEAN, Unknown .......... Lt 18, blk 37. West King Tract .... 28
day evening, whqi a negro told Mr IIENRY T. JONES. Unknown ..........E 50 ft of W 90 ft of NE%,i, blk 57,
P. W. McLean there was a man lying (IPer M. H. F.) West King Tract .. .. .. .. .. 28
up there in the woods. Mr. McLean E. PADG lI', Unnown ..........Lot 3, blk 93, West King Tract.... 28
went to him and asked if he was Committee. Urknown..........Fractional block 127, West King Tract 28
slek. He said, "no, only hot." Then Mary 0. Tate......... ots 9, 10, 13, 14 and 16, blk 30, West
Mr. McLean asked if he wanted any- III lllilllIllll(Iltillllllll IIIIItIllItl kIng Tract ..............
thing to eat. He said: "No, but 1 r
would like to get a horse." Mr. M'4-
Lean told him to stay there and ht BRYAN'S PFACDT DFT
would go home and get his horse anAN'S PEACE DEATH RATE
wagon, his intention being to take o VV Ei I E T l l
him back to Pensacola. He saia he = PLAN SUrdT/LU BEEN R
would go on up the road a little way. :


and Mr. McLean, leaving instructions
with a negro to watch him, went .
home for his horse and wagon.
When hee reutrned the man was no
where to be 'found, and there wa"
nothing for him to do but return ;:
home, which he did. supposing tht
man had gone on. Sunday at three
o'ciock p. ri a negro reported tha.
the maun i lying in an old field,
near then ry sick. Mr. J. M. :*
Weaver went immediately to t e of
flce at Escambla and telephone Dr
Torter, who replied that he would
ten= out and get him as soon as he 2
ca.'ld find a conveyance. In the'
re..ntime the peapl? learned of the'.
case and Mr. John Gates took him aS
mattress. Mrs. Gates ma.' ';'im ,ho'
coffee'and biscuit and toast with
butter and fried a squirrel for him; 5
they also gave an umbrella- to spree
that he"might be shield d as mich a:,
possible. At ten o'c'o"k Sunday
night Mr. lames McCsnn tonk him:
ht coffee and he was kept supp!ief
with water. 5


Monday morning inthe .ealth at:- -*
thorities were again tClephornea' to
come and attend to the care, but no
till eleven o'clock did they come. ,
when Dr. Hargls came to E'-camb;A
on,a special train, where Mr. Tippin
mwt him and took him in his buz-ry
to where the man was lying. Dr.
Hargis called for a wagon to convey%
the man to the railroad and for men
to assist in putting fhIm in the wagon
A horse and wagon was readily s
procured and Mr. Tipp!n, Mr. George
Parazin?. Sr., Mr. John Clarke, Mr. S
John Gates. Mr. Axel Lofgrene and
Mr. Rufo Bryars were in readiness to' -
render what assistance was needed.
Mr. Lofgrene being a Swe.te and fel-:
low-countryman of the sick maan
talked with him in his own language.
At Dr. Hargia' request, he asked his
name, which he gave as Johnson. !
He said he lost his wife and six _
children and his property in the Gal. I S
veston strom and had an arm and leg
broken, which crippled him so that ]
be could not do much but peddle
Mr. Lofgreae had known him for two
WILLIAM (LLE1T1 or three years, and Mr. Parasian and *
AsD r. Hrgis both recognized htm as a j
man 4they had often seen in Pensa-
"ive cola, of which place he ha, been a tfti


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3 30 1 41
2 30 1 61
2 g0 78
3 30 91
2 30 51
2 20 156
2 80 5f
S30 2 6
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2 0
2 SOC1 5


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.RI.... Stranded far away from home, erea
WRITES PRESIDENT ROOSE- ed much surprise and sytipa"y.
EL.T ON THE SUBJECT. While it is not belewed tht t
VELT ON THE UBJECT. fever can gain a foothold t any oth
northern towns to which the retftge
have gone, much apprehension T feg
Lincoln. Neb., Sept. 15.-A letter for those who have developed the diU-
addressed to President Rosevelt from ease, since they will be beyond the
W J. Br an in which a plan for per- reach of trained-yellow fever flglhter
W. J. B In he meantime advices from oth
manent veace s, suggested was ma'.* of the stricken towns are to the *F,
public here this evening. Mr. Bryan feet that the doctors have performed
congratulates the president on his suc- wonders in the matter of organization
cess in bringing Russia and Japan to- and restoration of confidence and
Sn r hopeful of getting the upper hand it
gether and says: the disease.
"Why noL ask congress for author- ---
ity to submit all international ques- MiMasissppi. ummmary.
lions (when agreement cannot be, Jackson, Miss., Sept. 15.-The U31
reached bv parties interested) to ar isissippi yellow fever summary for the
impartial hoard tfor investigation ari :past twenty-four hours is as follow"
report. Investigation will in nearly Hamburg, two new cases, no deMtI
every case remove the cause of co(nI s'x cases under treatment; Vlcksburg
plaint and reconcile the parties Que. Q s. one death, no new cass, several sq*
tions which a nation right be unwill-, ricPCits cases un .er observatoa;
ing to submit t) arbitration in ad- Culfport, one new .a.-h; .Nath-z.. three
vance could be settled by investiga- ,new ca4es, onfe nrw foc,. no deaths.
,ion by an impartial international No new cases reporrr.j from Missi-
board. s;ppi City, I Pearlingtonm or HIondsbora


A "It was a glorious thing to end the -- -im
war between the Russians and Japan-.
, e, but it would have been more glor- I LgtA
i.)us to have Drevented the war and I lr
saved the frightful loss of life. The
moral prestige which our nation er.-; LL i E R
joys will in all probability enable it
to lead a successful peace movement. GET THE BOOK
The congratulations which you have OF PENSACOLA DRUGGISTS FRUS
received from the hands of European
governments strengthen the chances
of success. If the leading"nations of.
the world would enter into an agree- C = | P | "-
ment to join in the creation of siuch O T RL L t
a board and pledge themselves to sub- Will Ie Re-Opeed A0out Oct. it
mit all disputes to the board for in-
vestigation before declaring war the
danger of war would be reduced to a OLD PAPERS
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gn ~I %ear better and keep the roo
Ser this winter. Old papers
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WHERE IT IS TO EE FOUND.
:< T'!h Pensa .ca Jourr.al Is "n
o '.'e following places in
Sthb~ ci'y
0 Bay Hotel.
Coe's Bcok Store.
4 Depot News Stand.
.K Gem Book Store.
-M Mercharlts Hotel.
*1 Southern Hotel.
..- Thompson's Book Stem".
Wagand Ice Cream Parlor.
14 Wagenkeim's News Stand.
Walkcer's Book Store.



GOING AWAY?
Wen yor mw o the *my for W
-mmner vacation have The Pensac
Jem1W fellow you. Notify circul
tie" maMmes, Pheme U.


WiUBeHocest
with the Public.
A special from New Orleans a
notnces that in line with the action
of the New Orleanf Health Assoch
tion, Chairman Shonts of the Panan
Canal Commission has Inaugurated
bureau of publicity with Joseph E
Bishop. a well known New York new
paper man in charge. Mr. Bishop tor
the position with the express unde
bianding that all news, good or bad
was to be given out tor publication
As this was in accord with the prev
ously d%-ermined intention of the cow
mission. Mr. 1Hihop's stipulation wa
fully concurred in
The New Orleans Health Assocli
tion, while it will lh::e no nwws bt
reau. wi'l ste that all news, good jo
bad. be given to the pr:,s and to tiA
correspondenis of outside newspa
pers. %n:ouliid rn're t- one case c
yellow fever in New Orleans next yea
the fact will be heralded throughout
the entire world
"No concealmnt" i.s the avowe
policy of the a .sociation which is coin
posed of the leading financiers, mei
chants and protessional men of Nec
Orleans who re'ogniz7e that the onl
way of successfully flgh'ing yello'
fever is to give instant information o
Iti existence to the public so that a'


gray hair dds n y years
@1a JatuaIml 1 ST. ANDREWS, | Ni wdflines6 of thp / rolngnhav.
Government to Its your l T t
eopJclal to The .oumal.c.golor; keep young! Stop yorl
mf St. Aadrews, SeOt 15.-The com- .R eprerentativebr hair from falling out and make ft
mutty sypathzes deeply with Mr. Repreenta ves Abroad row onandh .
ee e e CXCPT O-n AYV. and Mrs. John Strber in the loss Of f, ANDREW D. WITTE. Ez-Amubasdor to Garmany
their child on Tuesday last. .------
S Mr. Rawls and family, of Marianna, UR ministers sometimes have to live in garrets and sometimes ith
who have been spending the summer 0 lent. suffering from an- kind of fever, in localities infected wth yellow
AL COMPANY. months in St. Andrews, left for their in cellars, and if they find lodgings at all in keeping with ever, who is confidel to her care, is allowed to be bitten by a mosquito,
home on Tuesday. their office, as is necessary in all the the larger capitals, they n harmful e'n i n the pa: and t must be looked up'n
S AN OA A Ia closedsed fr,-Im the Vickers-. mustspend MORE TIIAN THEIR TOTAL SALARIES as an evidence of no.;c. if he shows evidences of mosquito stings.
Sa 'i-iiip C N srs6. No nurse can consilt.r herself a trained yellow fever nurse unless sha
aa S .SS 'i w 'pnne Co'. bty Messrs. L. for rent. This means that only rich men can accept the higher posts. has made herself thorounghlv familiar wi'h the weap ns which science anto
M.W. :art-and!W. w. L;Aittney of t-,es
'plat.SSOC E r. Var e w:- in a aay or In this respect our republic maintains the most bureaucratic AND experience have givon her to cff.-,tively protect her non-infected parents and
two u : Apaachicol itoo bring a se persons who a:e dependent up)n her knowle Ige and exertions for safety
two, gh : t Apaachicola to bring a ARISTOCRATIC diplomatic service in the whole world, from the Infecred.
TIOI NRATE& cargo of ,r:4ght for St. Andrews mr-
'chan, por ha! -t ApalAchicola ia It should not be permitted for an American ambassador TO TM- 7. The weapons of offensee and defense that the nurse must learn to
o4'. ii river PGHSal Ilein rrotec:in.: li ,aItk'nt. are:
SOne W .... 5 A. a .. .: ki he risk POVERISH HIS FAMILY in order to maintain his office abroa A) The Mosquito Bar (Bobbinet Preferred). to isolate the Patient in His Bed.
Wee0ly Editlo, yesl.$1 00 ' atra.ni;ze Pensacola since I would propose, also, an increase in the diplomatic staffs attached to 1. Tol netting of ,ars must have nieses fine enough ;o prevent the
.i i ro-' on the Tarpon pasaze of mo qtii: i .
Sat all News taada. and :I iOtIu- can come end go to Pen- the embassies. 2. MosquitoeT can i:e throughh mrsqulto nets when any part of the
S-a'o&.i arves during the dreaded The improvements which I am proposing could be carried out to pa-ent's hody is in cointra." with the neL:mng.
&DAPER FROM WHICH A DETrAiLD lr :' '''r t nd as an the crews ar 3. Frelu'-i, exa-m.:ni;;i )ns shiou'd be ma',e *o soo that there are no *orn
P APER FROM WHICH A DTAILD i nes a the ithquito trans- their fullest extent at a cot of less than one-half of one cent a year places in the netti an iia no nsquites have found a loding inside.
MENT CAN BE SECURED. mi-o and since Dr. Porter s flatly for each person in our country. A good diplomatic service is easily a The netting sho.i b. wl nickell in to keep the mosquitoes from
Srefusis u.z a quarantine prom-ction we u *,*-'.erinLg.
SEast GovTeiffm&tt r t can. for the pre-cn:, be independent nation's CHEAPEST DEFENSE, for a good diplomatic service can 5. If mosquitoes are found i within the netting they should be killed in-
rM ONE No.I 3 a great extent and cut off Pensaco avert all kinds of troubles up to and including war, which costs in a -!ie. not merely driven or -iiak'n out.
OGE 3NO. ISd fia it: many respects. 6. All cages of fe,,r shouhii be promptly reported to the physician:
.- ..- i--inlness is shaking off the dullness few hours what the whole diplomatic service would cost for a year. awaiting his arrival they soiuill ibe covered wth a mosquito bar. This is par.
"A V M')RNT.'. SEPFlt:R :5 -oe;.ewhat of-.he hot summer iontwils!:Vmpuran, in ding with iil fevers
1A y MNORNITtNG. PEPB R 16. W; 'n-l.iat ofh the hot summer months and We should have, as Thomas Jefferson said, a decent respect for t- ', elrly impar'an' in d'alng with mill fevers. especially in infants and
S.re fishermen. tish haulers. and ,.1lron in localities iiab, t) infection with yellow fever. The disease man-
dal-rs are getting down to work. opinions of mankind and maintain a diplomatic servis which wou:d is itself in such a i. i irn ;n infantile and early childhood, that it is
S:h he location a d'^-n Mr. Tw ainer has sold his .rci- y to escape recognition On account of the very mildness of the svm
.. w:hin the .' f F''t .-.~',nce on Washington avenue to Mr. COMMAND- respect the world over. as the usual precaution., are uot taken and the mosquitoes are able o
; I a': Office,- T. :." Thompson, of West Bay. giving IT MUST BE ADMITTED THAT IN MANY QUARTERS IT DOES sn'-ead the disease withore" nio:(s:a'ion. Th ,> mild or uureognized cases are,
P-' ;.--si)nm in two weeks. ior this reason, the mo:t dangerous, from a sanitary potnt of view.
Sa a'2 Surgn ank. f ,.Ma: ri Little Dorothy Ware is home aga!n NOT COMMAND THAT RESPECT NOW. (B) Screens.
: hlospital S rvice. t. o'-h. r- 7 ec'Ctei a after a week's visit to Econfina. All openings leading to the sick chambe- should be screened. Outside
S.-' for the camp s Ei- fk)ur miles' Mrs. J. R. Thompson and children j O of hospitals, wire screens are not usually available and provisional screens
of he Allaanma 'n<- and the returned d home ou Monday from a TH E TRAN SM ISSION OF ca: made of bobbinet or cheese cloth, which can be tacked or otherwise
v* ls!t. i eciied to t: openings of 'ie sick room.
Sncan.p wou'd have been ,sia'lished by Mis. Jessamine Shlppey, who has (C) Sulphur and Pyrethrum for Fumigation.
thi< time had it not b en for the fact 1lecn visiting Mrs. M. G. Post far sev- YELLO W FE VE AN D Fumigate the room with sulphur or pyrethrum (insect powder) to destroy
1 "*ha the Alabama pep' went out of' eral woeks left *jr Parker on Turs- pVAssibly infected mosquitoes as early as possible after the fourth day of f"'er.
Sthvir wav to rai.e a howi and make a day morning. Sulphur burned in an iron pot i(s the surest way, and if used in proper quan'itl
K toSre Ge al Wyman ofthe' Mrs. B. Birch. of Parker, was visit- H W T will not inure fabrics or co:ors. Three pounds in an average room i sff-
Sto n General yman of the ing Mrs. J. T. Gwaltney last week. i O T N R cient if the rooni be clos,,d: more accurately, Iwo Cpounds of sulphur to 1.000
Marine Hospital Service at Washing- School opens in St. Andrews .'n cubic feet of space is estimated by sanitary au'horiries; and one pound of
" too. It is all right to bra cautious, Monday, the eighteenth. Miss Young insect powder to 1,000 cubic feet will suffice to stupify the mosquitoes. The
" but Alabama in some respects seems as principal and Miss Ethel Baker as At a meeting of the Orleans Parish Medical Society, held August 12, 1905., mosquitoes will fall to the floor and should be collecteA and burnt. Two
to be making a fool of herself. assistant. Dr. Rudolph MAtas addressed the Society on the "New duties and responslbili- hours' fumigation with sulphur is quite sufficicnr in ordinary cases. the
ties imposed upon trained nurses, and other persons entrusted with the care fumes of sulphur will not remain long, and household Ammonia sprinkled
GAINE VILL E KICK8 ON of yellow fever patients. In consequence of the newly acquired knowledge of about the room will diminish their unpleasantness.
decline Birthrate THE HEALTH CERTIFICATE the mode of transmission of this disease by the mosquito." The fumigation should be done In the morning. so that the room will be
or A brief synopsis of the elementary facts connected with yellow fever free of odor by night, and it should be done preferably in dry weather. When-
Ia in the United States. Jacksonville, Sept. 15.-A vigorous prophylaxis aad a statement of the nurse's sanitary duties In this disease, ever the condition of the patient will permit, a room adjoining the oBo
a- kick has come from Gainesville which he had utilized in his teaching, and submitted to the Society are pub- occupied by the patient should be first purified of mosquitoes and prepared for
A persistent .decline of the birth against the quarantine established by lished for the benefit of The Journal's readers as follows: the reception of the patient, who is to be carefully transferred to the disin-
rate lt the United States is reeorde3 the State Board of Health. The citl- fected room as early as possible after the fourth day.
S the rezens of that city state that they are ELEMENTARY FACTS OF EDUCATIONAL VALUE. The work of dsinfection and mosquito destruction, as well as screening,
the Censs Bureau At the binnin ompe show a health certificate 1. Yellow fever may be defined as an acute, infectious, febrile disease Is now conducted by the Health Auth-oities. immediately after noLflcation by
thbefore entering Jacksonville. which is transmitted from the sick to susceptible Individuals through the the attending physician. But in isolated localities or when de.ay in obtain.
of the nineteenth century the children The fact is, that all parties moving agency of mosquitoes; and, as far as known, by the single species, the Steg- ing sanitary relief is unavoidable, the physician and nurse must direct the
under ten years of age constltuted in the state at the present time, and omyta Fasciata, which is the common domestic or cistern mosquito of New members of the household in applying*the prescribed regulations<
n- one-third and at the end less than one. who travel nearthe statelines, are Orleans, and in fact of all the localities in which yellow fever prevails. Additional precautions in sulphur fumigation. recommended by the Health
in fourth of the total population. by quarantine oms ers or to show evi- 2. The germ or transmissible poison of yellow fever exists In'the blood Authorities in charge of sanitation in New Orleans during the present
an The decrease began as early as the dence that they have not been in any of yellow fever patients only during the first three days of the disease; after- epidemic: ments of metal such as brass coper silver and
a second decade of the century and con- infected city. The state board of wards the patient ceases to be a menace to the health of other. Hence the Remove all ornaments of metal, such as brass, copper, silver and glt
a n udhealth is giving the same treatment to importance of recording the very hour when the attack first began, from the room .that Is to be fumigated. All objects of metallic nature
tinuet unintirigpimdrtanchoughdat which cannot be.-removed, can be protected by covering the objects tightly
B r uninterru teedly, though Oainesvllle that it is to Jacksonville 3. The mosquito (Stegomyla Fasciata) is powerless to convey the dis- with paper, or with a thin coating of vaseline applied with a brush.
s trying rates. In 1860 there were in the interest of protecting the health ease to a susceptible person by its bite until at least twelve days have elapsed Remove from the room to be fumigated all fabric material after tho.-
634 children under five years of age to of the state. There is no discrimina- after biting the yellow fever patient. This period of incubation in the mos- oughly shaking. Open all drawers and doors of furniture and closets.
k every 1,000 potential mothers, i. e, tion. quito is the time that is required for the germ of the disease to breed in the The room should be closed and made as tight as possible by stopping all
r-women fromAfteen to forty-nine years body of the mosquito and to migrate from the insect's stomach to its salivary openings in chimney, oor, walls, keyholes and cracks near windows and
Swomen from teetoforty-nne years TUG SAILS FOR PHILADELPHIA glands. The United States Army Yellow FeverCommission found, in 1900, doors. ooreyhole ad crack
, while in 1900 the number had sunk to WITH SCHOONER IN TOW that in Cuba this period varies from twelve days, in the hot summer months,' devices can be closed by pasting strips of paper (old newspapers) over
i- 474: or. in other words, the proportion -- to eighteen days and over, in the cooler winter season, them with a paste made of flour.
of children to potential mothers in The .big wrecking tug North Ameri- 4. After' incubating the yellow fever germ in its body during the period The sulphur should be placed in an Iron pot, flat skillet preferred, ani
I 1900 was only three-fourths as large can of Phtlade.phia, which arrived above speelfted, the Stegomyla is ready to transmit the disease during the this placed on bricks in a tub or other convenient water receptacle with about
1 aS I I there several days since, sailed yes- entire period of Its natural life, which may extend over 154 days, provided the an Inch of water in the bottom. This Is a precaution which must be taken to
as in 1844. In 1900 the proportion of terday for her home, having in tow insect has access to water. (Guiteras.) Walter Reed was able to innoculate guard against accidents, as the sulphur is liable to boil over and st fire to
children was only two-thirds as great the American schooner Schute, yellow fever with a Stegomyla fifty-seven days old. Guiteras with another the house.
in ckilei as in the country districts, whicht is 1-aking. 101 days old. [Note-According to Agramonte, Stegomyia Fasciata In Havana The sulphur Is readily ignited by sprinkling alcohol over it and lighting it.
considering the Uniied States as a The schooner is loaded with ma-; can only be coaxed t8 bite until four days old. With us, In Louisiana, says The apartment should be kept closed for two hours, and then opened up
whole Inthe north Atlanic ivi-han come fm Belze, Dupree, It bites without coaxing within twenty-four hours after emerging from and well ventilated.
er swo however it was Alm ti tand twhen off Pensacola sprung a leak the pupa case. It was believed, at one time, that: (1) the females of Steg- NOT,--To find the cubic contents of the room, multiply the length of
sion, however, it was almost as great putting into this port slme weeks omtia moat be impregnated before they will bite; (2) that the female, after the room by the width, and this total by the height, and to find the amount
Sin the cities as In the country. ao or repairs an to correspond with biting once, does not appear to bite a second time, or at least until five or of sulphur necessary to fumigate the room divide the cubic contents by 500,
The figures gathered by the Cen-stb"o owners seven days have elapsed; but Dupree says that the Stegomyias In Louisiana and the result will be the amount of sulphur required In pounds.
The sus Bureau seem to indicate a onsi-n the that have been isolated and reared apart from the males will bite promptly Take, for example, a room 15 feet long, 10 feet wide and 10 feet high, we
t erably greater degree of fecundity at Phladelphia. and frequently. Probably after they have digested their blood meal, and, like woitld multiply 15x10x10, equals 1,500 cubic feet. Divide this by 500 and you
among foreign-born than among n- WLLE ty TO MEET Anopheles, within three to five days after.] will have the amount of sulphur required, viz: 3 pounds.
d tio oen th birth r 1I000 ORUTLIN ON SEPT. 28. 5. A period, varying from two to five days, usually elapses after the bite
S e women, the births per ,000 w- Uf an infected mosquito before the symptoms of yellow fever will develop ia -
f" h,,.- z 1ld _ii n S ak t U p 15.-


r meu n viuu-t..n(g age Ding 710 Salt Lake Cit Utah, ISRep. 15.-
; for the former as compared with 462 John Wille and Gus Ruhlin today
w for the latter In the year 1900. posted forfeits for their match, to
Regarding the.causes of the decline ccme off on Sept. 28, the date having
W Regarding thecauses of the decline been made one day later than orig-
w in the birth rate, Professor Willcox, nallv se(. Ruhlin wiH train here and
!who has prepared the bulletin, ex- Wille in Ogden Canyon.


-A esses no definite opinion, holding


preca.utons In the premises ma3 - '.
precaons in th premises mal that the vital statistics of the United
at once be taken. They realize tha that the vital t
if this is done, the danger of spread States are not yet sufficiently develop-
will be practically eliminated and the ed to afford a sound basis of judg-
hardship of shoi gun quarantines be nent.
done away with -
This is the policy which Pensacola .Im i aIl Prited Ogr.


has pursued from the beginning and
aLhich it will continue to pursue in
the future. When the public learns
that the health authorities and the
Si-wslmpeor ar, rib ..tely frank and
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pa.<.
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I g August, 1905, a
Total of



127,335
COPIES

or an average



OAILV

The following figures show The Pen.
s C&ac.s .lounal's circu action for ea.cs
day t:ri: g th' month (,* August, 190I:


August
':. ; : ha h' V > :
August 1
August 2
1< :,"- I.hi Ajcust 3
August 4
c' the New August 5
August 6
a:n n-upa- August 7
: i'r ;, Bn August 8
: ". August 9
S: .. August 10
August 11
A,.gust 12
-- A.igust 13
\ Ajugst 14
S ', AuguSt 15


average n Lumer o copies


4.350
4.400
4.335
4.400
4.350
5.000
4.500
4.500
4.600
4.625
4.625
5.000
4.600


Total for the


. "


ft 1
b


wht,\


4pifcer Sand,


August
August
August
August
August
August
August
August
August
August
August
August
August
August
August
August
month...


4,800
4,800
4,800
4.800
5.250
4.800
4.800
4.650
4,800
4,800
5.200
4.800
4800
5,000


...127,85


Average per day.. ...... 4,716


S. v . I h'.-,re' :'-y 'ha- 'h? above state..-
.... t' n( : orr:'ct according to the reo-.!
: on file in :h's office.
S~" e. 1ac arny FRED A. SWEET,
Cir ulation Mgr.
~ .Swo-n to an. subscribeI' before me
',*o.- i> know just this 31st day of August, 1905.
r J..ks and Stale Health! J. P. STOKES, ]
rL of Alabama have toj Notary Public. 4


Thbe torthlas.
Norway's legislative body Is known
as the storthing, which means the,
"great court" and should be pro-
tounced to rhyme with "courting." The
second part of the word is identical
with the English word "thing," as the
Scandanavian languages. In common
with Anglo-Saxon, have the same word
for "thing" and "council." In modern
English a trace of the second sense sur-
vtves in the word "hustings," which
came to mean the public platform upon
which a candidate appeared at election
time, though originally the "busting"
was the council at which the candi-
date was elected, the "house-thing" or
house council.


How Thermometerm Are Made.
A small glasw tube blown Into a bulb
at one end is partly filled with nier-
cury. The mercury Is boiled to expel:
the air and fill the ttube with mercury
vapor and then the tube is hermetical-
ly sealed and allowed to cooL The
nn i In* found as follarws- The


the human subject. (This is the incuoation period of yellow fever, anda me the
United States Army Yellow F'ever Commission found that in thirteen cacs
of experimental yellow fever obtained by the bites of mosquitoes It varied
from forty-one hours to five days and seventeen hours, after inoculationn)
6. Prom the above, we gather that if an adult Stegomyia Fascilata bite
.a yellow feve r patient within the first three days of the disease, it will have
to incubate the poison in its body from twelve to eighteen days (incubation
period in the mosquito); then, if it bites a susceptible person at the expira-
tion of this time, two to five days must elapse for the disease to manifest it-
self in the bitten person. Therefore, inestimating the probable spread of
yellow fever from a single individual to the susceptible persons in his environ-
ment, a period of at least twenty-six days must be allowed to elapse before
the success or failure of any preventive measures, directed towards the des-
truction of the mosquito, can be determined. In view of the fact that several
days may elapse before a mosquito infected from the first case may bite a
susceptible person, this period of observation should be lengthened to thirtyN
days, which is the time given by the health authorities of New Orleans in the
present epidemic, to determine if a focus will develop from an infected case
after its first appearance in a given locality.
7. The Stegomyla Fasciata cannot convey yellow fever during the time,
that the poison is incubating in its body (twelve to eight-en days). It mna. -
bite freely and repeatedly during this period, but its white is innocuous: neither
does its bite within this period confer any immunity'to the bitten person.
8. Yellow fever is not transmitted or conveyed by fomites (1. e. article.
or inanimate objects that have come in contact with yellow fever patients f"r
their immediate surroundings.) Hepte the disinfection of clothing, bedlin i
or merchandise supposedly soiled or contaminated by contact or proximit-:
with the sick, is unnecessary.
9. The bodies or cadavera of the dead from yellow fever are incapable of
transmitting the disease unless death occurs within the first three days oat
the disease (a rare occurrence); and then only if mosquitoes are allowed to
bite the body before decomposition has set in. .
10. There Is no possibility of contracting yellow fever from the black
vomit, evacuations, or other excretions of yellow fever patients.
11. An attack of yellow fever caused, as it always is, by the bite of the ii
Stego myia, confers immunity against subsequent attacks of the disease.


instrument Is immersed in Ice water
: :-'"' *,o ,-:'' 'o.d ui. Duties of theo tr inedN urse.
and the fretTing potnt to found and Is. DUtIe @f the Trained NurSe.
marked. Then It Is placed in water, NEW DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES IMPOSED UPON TRAINED
which Is allowed to reach the befling
point,andso212degreesIfsond. The NURSES IN THE TREATMENT OF YELLOW FEVER, IN CON-
%spaus between are marked by mathe- SEQUENCE OF THE ABOVE FACTS.
manienl a k'lnlatiAnf_


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\(Extract from Revised Stat- *
utes of Florida. 4
"Sec. 74.--PENALTY FOR 4
SPREADING F AL S E RE- *
PORTS OF DISEASE.-Any 4
person or persons who shall 4
falsely Or maliciously dissemi- 4
nate or spread rumors or re- 4
ports concerning the existence 4
of any infectious or contagious 4
disease, shall be guilty of a
misdemeanor, and upon convic-
tion therefore, shall be punish- 4
ed as provided by Section 765." 4
"Sec. 765. Shall be fined in4
a sum not less than $100 nor
more than $1,Mi or be impris. 4
oned in the county jail for not 4
less than three nor more than *
six months."
------as-- efafat--as


1. No nurse can be considered as trained in the management of yellow
fever in the light of present, accepted, knowledge unless she realizes fully.
earnestly, and conscientiously, that the disease is transmitted solely by mos-
quitoes, and that it is her duty to prevent the admission of these insects to
the sick room and to destroy them promptly if they should find. their way,
therein.
2. That as the Inseparable attendant at the bedside of the patient she
must co-operate with the physician in the discharge of his functions as guar-
dian of the public health. The trained nurse in this capacity becoming direct-
ly the most efficient and important sanitary agent in preventing the spread
of yellow fever in infected localities. Upon her intelligent appreciation of
the mode of transmission of this disease, her personal safety (if she is an!
hoa4mmune) and the protection of the family and the entire household of
the patient, (especially if these are not immune) largely, "if not entirely,,
depends. I
a. vre-y *urse must bear in mind that the most malignant yellow fever
patient is innocuous and absolutely harmless to even the most suaaeptib!e
non-immuan, If the proper precautions are taken to prevent the access of
mosquitoes to the patient's person. I
4. The greatest freedom of personal contact and intercourse may there-
fore be permitted between the yellow fever sick and the well in the sick
room, and provided the innoculatlon of moesqltoee, by biting the patient.
during the first three days of the disease, is absolutely prevented.
L. The mission of a trained nurse is not satisfactorily accomplished if a


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WHY MERCHANTS SHOULD



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THE WEEKLY JOURNAL


The attention of merchants and advertisers
in general is directed to the fact that The
Journal's WEEKLY EDITION is now read by
practically every reader in the county outside
of the city who does not take the daily.
Advertisements in the DAILY reach prac-
tically all of the city people and a large part of
the country people; but an advertisement in
both the DAILY and the WEEKLY will reach
all of them-both city and country,
THE WEEKLY JOURNAL is a compie.
tion of e local and telegraphic news which
has been published in the daily during the
week, and it reaches every subscriber in
for him to read on Sunday.
No Mm Pwac-01 mchawnt W6 al
the coapdy trade cawafford tostay o Wt
of. Th Wekly JmuwRal.
It is mailed to subscribers for SL00 per
year, nd practically every votcr in EamB
county uads it,







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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, SATURDAY MORN IN ,,I*I8PTEM IER 16, 1905


THE RELIEI

CONT


AuIlwa Orcs 0* Am
Amaot Des il
That i

She welfr tfnd continues to
alfothh the soliciting yesterday
not pushed as vigorously as th
previous, owing to the fact tha
rotary Jones was engaged in
imaters during a large portion
day. As it stands, however, thi
has reached about $4.500. and
lacks only about $9500 of reach'
amount that is desired by the
mnittee. All of this will be exp
In anitary and relief work.
Although (he citizens as a rUll
remipomed liberally, there are
quie a number of prominent
Scttize s who have not contr
towards this fund. which is
necessary at the present time
the committee hopes that the:
see St to donate and carry their
at @te burden.
The aubSecriptions.
The s scription list now shov
tlUowlag:
Flt National Bank..........
W. g. Keyser Co..............
American National Bank......
Co eoltated Grocery Co.......
Fr. J. Schreyer...............
'Ths. C. Wtam..............
aMesmba Maltky OM..........
Lee Daniel .................
W. A. Bkomat................
Hammah BrO.. .............
PeoWle's Bank..............
PEiMaeola Water Company....
Leslie E. Brooks...... .......
J. M. Ooe....................
Pemnecola Investment 00.....
X. 1. Gwmaleste...............
BDotbers states Lumber Co.....
Coaseidted Naval Stores Co..
German-American Lumber Co..
Madmers Mill Oe............
J. R. ear.................
Pusmeola, St. Andrews &
Ou aitesmmsip Co..........
D.IVvlp-sa .................
J. Geo. White.................
& P. Spotter Co..............
Jan. Coleman...... ..........
A. F. Warren................
X.L.noch....................
Jao. B. Janes.................
T. K. Lawmon & Co...........
WL Johnson & Son..........
Clatter Music House..........
Meyer fboe Store............
Standard Olothing Co........
Iouvlle Timber and lead Co.
Maxwell & Reeves...........
PFamo, Jr..................
P. Campbel.. ...............
M. H. By7er.................
Erass & C..................
D. Hale Wilson..............
A. M. Avery...................
Gagea & BDroe ..............
Thos. Pebley ................
stes PFurniture Co..........
N. Forheelmer.............
H. G. DeSUva & Coo............
W. A. D'Akemberte............
JO. McHugh ...............
Sol Cahn & Co...............
B. GerHso .... ........ .......
J. Kryger ............. ....
Gree" & Watson ............
J. C. VanPelt.................
the Pensacola Journal........
Naval Stores Export Co.. .. ..
V. B. Wright Oe............
N. Apostle................
McDavld.Hyer Co ..........
it G. sushnel...............
A. A. A ner.................
' R. Baars & Co................
Pemsacola Lumber Co........
F C. Brent..................
John Shepard .................
A. D ILstmo ..................
Alex Zelu ...................
D. Levy ......................
F. J. Dunham ................
GtfN Machine Oo..............
O. H. mlt &Sm............
Bar Pilots................... 1
W. B. Lamar................. 1
Scarritt Wortno..............
W. 8. Rosasco.............
Marine Grocery Co...........
H. MluUer...... ..............
F. O. Howe & Co............
J. C. Porter.................
J. A. Cha n ..................
H. H. Thornton...............
J B. Roberts....... ....... .......
J. P. Williams Co............ 1
T. A. Jenninr ................ 1
Geo W. Wright.............
Cash .....................


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SU oMAYLOCATETHEo "f :MOILE HERALD
INUESlTO GROW LOU lusi os TE -be-

FmMkMrs oWift DETENTION 11hv1 e^ UGOESGCIRL'

, and Thre is No Doubt But be= earoome PAIS, amt it i s
is Wi I Aed.o CAMP SIewble. Whether y e ECURIT
rheumatism, neuralgia, bask- --
grow, Qutna & Guttman ............ 10.00
LY was Frank Reilly ................ 25.00 St ae Health Officr Will ,he,,ear, e toothaehe, ,ed- Prett Della William Wald Have
he day! S. A. Friedman................. 10.00 Officer Porter Jim or Pretty Bella Williams Would Have
Lt See- D. Dannheisser .............. 500 Meet Snurnn Banks for I eu, s Sf.,, ini ot
other H. 0. Anson.................... 1 U*b* u00 Meo Go wB terna troubeof wh Gone to Jail But For
of the Marston & Quina ............ 25.00
e fundW. J.& B. orbes............ 100.00 ThiS P Se. you don't rightly know the Genrosity of the
d now N. Goldring .................. 15.00
ng the Cash.... ................. 5.00. atW th Srest d at Newspaper.
Scorn- W. H. White & Co............ 5.00 The detention camp for refugees
ended Warren Fish Co.............. 100.00 from Pensacola may be located today, reliable relief and cule Is
Pensacola Stables ............ 10.00 and if so the work of erecting theT.
have C. Thiesen .................. 100.00 numerous tents, hospital, kitchen,RA[ILINS W ZAIRD OIL. The Mobile Her*rld lays: Wi an
still iMUthern BDll Telephone Co.. 25.00 etc., will be commenced immediately. cheecks,a look Of inexpressible fear
firms J. S. McGaughey............. 5.0 If. however, a site cannot be secured This medicine sets at and sorrow in her face, 16-year.old
"ibuted for the ecnap before tonight it is pos06 Della Williams sat in the marshal's
very sibl'e that eae .Marine Hospital Ser- Upnthes nerves mad blood office hi an uppet floor of the govern-
and NAN PATTERSON vice will withdraw the offer of con-eI ident building this afternoon& picture
y will ducting the camp, as a week hat vegsg gin such & Way aM to re- of girlish distress.
SON MARRIAGE been lost and much exDense entailed Miss Wiol ams ts the young lady
U on account of coniplaints made. Heve Inflammatl0n, reduce who was arrested at Prichard's Sta,
Today Dr. Porter will go up and on, were her father is otmaster
w the I meet Surgeon Banks, of the Service swelhlngs, and drive out the on. theharge fthmper is postmaer,
SAYS IT IS O YS USINES and the two will endeavor to find a e the charge of tampering with the
nIT1i the two will endeavor 0 find a mail, it being alleged that she took
1500.00 SAY IT OOD BUINE suitable location for the camp. It is exact cause of trouble to which a small sum of mone framed th a decoy
200.00 F SHE AND HER HUIANO ;possible that it may be located near e. Prce cents ter he was brought to town sat-
Moilno, wthere there is an excellent, tepain to due. Price 50 eat@ letter. She was broughthtodtoWn Sat-
200.00 REWED Moint, wtere thiere i aln excesent a urday and has been held under ser-
250.0 site, but this is not ata all assured. ald $00. Fully guaranteed. veilance until this afternoon, when
"5.90 When the Alabama authorities made the Mobile Herald, hearing that she
100.00 their complaint about the location of would be taken to jafl for several
50000' Wh the report spread around Nor. the camp, it was thought that it could Formaleand recommended by hours unless bom' was furnished,
25.00 folk, Va.: the other day that Nan Pat- be placed at Magnolia Bluff, but as WHITE'S PHARMACY, stood her security, after wt6oh she
100.00 person. the former chorus girl, was in soon as this announcement became Phone 180, Night Phone 440. was released.
10.00 Ocean View, a summer resort on the known there were complaints from Pensacola, Fla Miss Williams is pretty. She is
100.00 OOiChesapeake, eight miles from that atout seventy persons who reside handsome in face and form. Without
100.00 city, thousands flocked there with the somewhere in that section. the advantage of even a fair eduta-
10.00 hopes of getting a glimpse of the girl There has been considerable talk tion, she is unusually Itelligent and
10.99 who was on trial thrice, charged with over th action of the governor and writes a good hand.
10oo.00 the murder of Caesar Young. book- stat- health officer of Alabama and I She says that in Choctaw county
25001 mbker. the general impression Is that they U | U whither she came with her fat1ter.
100.00 Unen asked if the report that she have gone a little beyond their au- mother and four sisters five years ago,
100 00 was to remarry her former husband, thority in making complaint about she went to school a few months each
50o 0 Leon Martin, was true, Nan Patter- where a camp should be located In year at SHas, a small vilUage. She has
26.00 son said: ,the state of Florida.- The authorities Improved herself mentally by poring
0.00 "'Tat is a matter which does not iof Aitmm should have no kick com- over books after the day's duties were
concern the public. Mr. Martin was ing even if the camp were within done and as a result she possesses an
25 00 true to me when I was charted with ten yards of the state line, but the education far beyond that which would
10.00, the crime of murdering Caesar Young, location selected was four mila- from be expected in a girl who haa> received
6500 and we are now the best of friendarit. sl o little schooling.
250.00 If we decided to resume our former Governor Jelks has misrepresented As to the charge of the United
2.00 relations we can do so without an- matters to both Governor Broward ana iStates inspector, Miss Williams denies
25.00 nouncing our intentions in the news- Surgeon General Wyman, but it is it emphatically. She says that on -Sat-
5.00 papers." presunrmd in IPensacola that he did urday, the day the letter is alleged
5.00; The girl denied the story printed in this upon statements made to bhim by f Frank R. nulding, Who WAS to have been taken, she was 'busy at
15 00 the New York papers regarding her his state health officer, Dr. Sanders. U U i T household duties, her father Orst at-
2500 relations with Broker Ash. of Detroit, ill tending to the office, he being relieved
10.00 and added: DR D FORES S Accidently Killed Thursay later by her ten-yearold sister.
o.00 "All I want is to be let alone. We UD NUUL igs* Marshall Dean and his officers were
10.00 decided to come to Old Point to sped Iit very kind to the young laoy and they
5.00 a quiet time, but it does seem that I FYPFDIMFITS sere greatly pleased when the Herald
20.00 cannot dare leave my home without L/ IXIVE1. S | Many eaipressions of regret were went to the assistance of the young
5.00 being trailed by an army of newspa- heard yesterday morning and throgh- lady ,and saved them from the dis-
5.00 per men who insist on asking me all out the day when it beca-%' known agreeable duty of taking her to jail.
25.CO k^nds of questions regarding my HEAD Of WtRELESS TELEGRA. that Frank GoukAng b accident- After her release, Miss' Williams,
15.00 movements and 'further lans. ally been killed at Goulding station accompanied by a sister, came to the
25.00 Henry Landsburg, Nan Patterson PHY SYSTEM CONTINUES TO by being struck ya train, and tlbre Herald office to thank her unknown
25.00 escort, is well known In Nrfol He were many callers at the home, who friendd.
15.00 f1gred in the newspapers several GET IMPROVED RESULTS. tendered their ympa.y to the be-' 6he assured them that she was Inno-
5.00 years ago when he had an operation raved 6P andO .cent. With that phase of the case,
4.00 performed to reduce the ina e of his Mr. ;bultlng was .well known however, this paper has nothing to
10.00 nose, which is now large enough to The Army and Navy Register says: throughout the cty,' and 'wa liked by do; it being ntereted solely in
25.00 attract attention. The naval bureau of equipment con- all with whom he was Acquainted. He keeping from inmpri mment a friend-
10.00 tinues to receive Interesting informa- was a nrameber of the local camp of less young .woman, who, under the
25.00 SA AACCIDENT IN ti Lon concerning wireless telegraphy. Confedente Veterans and was always law is Innocent until proven guilty,
:*S.00 ANA RO A COUNTY The DForest people have finally ask- hn sistIc in any movement aug- and who would have felt the stinging
15.00 ed for an official test of the system of uratet by the v-ateraas. Th.eoeased disgrace ag awful humiliatipa of oc-
17.0 Th'e MWis Herald of Friay communication between Pensacola wa a native of Georgia, an[ bore th cupyiag a cell, surrounded by criminal
10.0 says: Whil working h ? loading a Key est, a line of some 460 distinction o having participated ine egroes and whites, .but for the inter-
6. crew on the earms & Culver road, miles, equipped with a small set at 123 engagements during the civil war, ventlon of a friendly hand.
2S.00 about eight milhs north of Mlligan, on oe end and a larger set at the other. but was never wounded.' It is not easy to stand by nd see
250.00 Thursaony the 7th int, Thomas Croley, Considerable interest attaches to this Yesterday, whan the remains were a poor, illitrae fra endless country
50.02 commonly know as5 Tom MaJoy, was forthcoming test because R will en- placed in the casket, the cross of gal, innocet go to jail on
25.00 struck bya & k .an aantly killed, able a direct comparison between that honor, awarded 4y the veterans, wa, the charge of steafng a dollar or two,
S25.00t istheoughli. h neck. brokensystem and others which are In use pinned upon his breast, and w in the face oln countless tims when
52o' thologas .r1 e m sI Ms. in the natal service. buried with officials and tersae tok thou-
iS"' 50.0 T~a ~ ~T ak et Mrs. The DeForest station at Atlantic His brother, who Is in Georgia, and sands and beea thereafter regarded as
10.00 Mollie Fraklin of Oak rove, and City although a comparatively ml his three sisters, will e unable to captain of h finance.
25. m~a, wan lked baH? ho knew htm.n one, appears to be in a good position come to tIPensacola to attend the fun-.
25.n ,elike b .1 toew hi.for sending messages, and it was ob- eral services, on account of the quar. Low rates at So0thern Hotel for
5 A He was thenly sre f help to served on board the Brooklyn during antine regulations, but his sons and rooms and board.
1000 hIs widow mo to his her trip to France that messages other relatives reached here last night
10.00 ashes. from that stalon wbre heard for a dis- to be. present at the services.LO DI I
5.00 LAUCH CHARTERED R tance of 900 miles. The services will be conducted at FLORID AN DIS
5.00' LAUNCH CATERED The best open sea communication St. Katherine's church Sunday after-
1.25.00 IMMIGRATION AGEoNT a definite and reliable sort con- noon at 4 o'clock, by Rev. Mr. Whaley I| DISTANT INDIA
i P100.(0 q'he Im.a tatinues to be the distance of 277 mi'es and Rev. Mr. Sharp. The 'Interment UIU 1U l
1'00.00 Tharrdhe lmratchh ?or hei between ships, accomplished during will be made in St. John's cemetery.
10.00 chartered the la uSch .. for the the test of Fessenden apparatus, the The pall bearers will be former cornm-
10.00 vuesel wo hereaft A be userid btat contractors in which case made a rades tm the civil war amn' citizens DEPARTMENT OF STATE ENOS
o0 icial in making his inspection cf guarantee of uninterrupted commune. with whom he was intimately ac- INRATION TO FLORIDA
5.0,ofoicial in making his inspection cation of 250 miles. Little or nothing qoainted. INF01WATION TO FLORIDA
.00 vesse ls h is known of the achievements of other
2500 Since the Penrose has been detailed navies in the same direction, al- WILLIAM WALDORF ASTOR CAPITAL.
000 to patrol duty in t he ror, the cus- though it is understood that Marconi's FILES BIG DAMAGE SUIT
5.00 tom inspectors and ther ocials contract with the Italian government --.
10.00 have had no vessel fbr ute un boar.- is similar to our arrangement with New York, Sept. 15.-William Wal- Tallahassee, Sept. 15.-The follow-
10.00 ing ships, and none are Inspect the Fessenden people, dort Astor has filed a claim against ing officlK notice of the death in
00.0t here, except a.t the qu.rantine sta- A system has been adopted undo.- the city for $1,000,000, asserting that Bombay. India, of an old resident ot
00.00 tion, and It wMS thereae necessary. the bureau by which messages a-e his property has been damaged by the tallahaMee, ls been received at the
0.00 that the lmmilRn get secure a sent daily from the wireless station changing of grades. The claim was capital:
5.00 vessel in order to attend to his duties. at Norfolk to the station in Washing.- published in the City Record yester- "Department ot State, Washington,
__ i ton by relaying at Cape Henry and day. D. C., Sept. 11. 1905.-Information


_a__ aAnnapolis, with the idea of observing has *been received at this department 4
S" the interruptions, and, if possible, of from Mr. William Thomas Fee,
Removing them. As soon as the cost American Consul at Bombay, India, of
stations are all in operation-and the the death on the Ith of August, 1905, 4
contractors are being urged to com- rU ird at Bombay, India, of William White
1Uplete the work-it is proposed to have head Anell of Tallahasee, Fla.
00. ee suesse 6., r ire. 8 this exchange of messages daily, with f k i tt d "The legal representatives of the
the idea of keeping the stations in deceased can obtain further informe-.
% -- condition and of guarding against ac- Wite igs W a f WO tion by applying to tfais department."
cidents and unexpected causes of in- Since his return from Hot Springs,
1 terruption. It is. finally, interestingA Sheriff Hopkins has bea kept busy
SIto note that the naval station at St. n O Monday he brought prisoer from
Augustine has been getting messages io 9) IV I =Ut Bainbridge, since them he has captured
from Cape Cod, a distance of 900- a prisoner wanted in Decatur County
miles. Georgia, for which Governor Terrell
a n d Crteam ha' offered a reward of $100.
A Remedy Without a Peer Th Scientific Food, Col. Raymod Cay of Jacksonville
"I! find Chamberlain' S Somach ant has been enjoylug his stay with his
Liver Tablets more beneficial than brother. Charles A. Cay, very much
S o a any other remedy I ever used fr ------- Mr. Cay and Colonel Cay. Mr. Coach.
F, No Backache!Staen troutoie.' says J. P. Klote, of XT SUN DraneAand Comptroller Croom, have
stomacn a rouMo e. says J. Klote of A been on several fox hunts recently.
EFhdina. Mo. For any disorder of th IAll these gentlemen are fine horsemen
t^V"Ash eLilinusnmac or c o+nstinnan eIn a t e g -1o p -


as long as you drink


Green


River


The Official Whiskey d the United States wernent,


THE LEWIS BEAR CO.,


AGENTS.


eotls a macUh SU.eSC s U1 Imamrm W
these Tablets are without a peer. For
sale by all druggists.
FEEL IMPENDING DOOM. i
Thc, feeling of impending doom in! i'
the minds of many victims of Bright'si
disease and diabetes has been chang-
ed to thankfulness by the benefit ae-
rived from taking Foley's Kidney
Cure. It will cure incipient Bright's
diabetes and even in the worst cases
gives comfort and relief. Slight dis-
orders are cured in a few days. "I
had diabetes in its worst form," write
Marion Lee of Dunreath, Ind. "I
tried eight phsici.ns i-ith relief. Only
three bottles of PFley's Kidney Cur,* I w
made me a well man." W. A. 8SHERI
D'Alemberte, Druggist and Apothe-
cary. The Greatest


and enjoy a twelve-mile gaNop btfore
breakfast; another devoted horseman
at the capital is Captain W. C. Croom,
who is his father's frequent companion
on his early morning gallop.
PROPOSITION TO DIVIDE
BALDWIN COUNTY


Mobile, Ala., Sept. 11.-It was learned
'-r today that a movement is on
foot by a number of Baldwin County
tuLzens to divide the County of Bald-
win into two counties, which will give
Sboth Daphne smd Bay Minette a county
seat. Plans are being perfected to
that end. Nevertheless everything
LOCK HOLMES, is being placed Ihn readiness at Daphne
-- for the next term of court, wh"ch
t Detective of Fitiftn. meets there next month.


How to Judge

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The ainadedH
cbaracterldtic d
-y beverage.
Flavor appeals to
the taste as color
does to the eye, or
music to the ear.
The world famous


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(Tbe oDa beet tl.d W waucmvely b wmmy)
Beer is chdrncterixed by a pronounced ad
delitbtful hep aroma ine t be 9 sd m -y
Olrw ln.. This is due to the use of the
iset grade of imp ated Bohemian
Each bale of which is purchased
k = Governmet Certificate, jAidle .f which sbowa above.


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N. COLMUN Whoalmte Dealer
PEPNSACOLA. FLA.



No. so5.
H. L. COVINGTON, President M. E. CLARK, Cashier.
C W. LAMAR, Vce.President. JNO. PFEIFFER. Aset. Casher.

THE AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK
OF PENSACOLA, FLA.
DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES
Capital Stock, $200,000 Surplus, $40,000
1 3wZEEC X%5


Henry L. Covington,
J. A. Pfetifer.
Bryan Dunwody,
* Prank ielly,
W. S. Rosasco,
T. F. McGourin,
l'. B. Brawner,
C. W. lAmar,
J. R. Satndeov,


S. J. Foshee.
A. M. Avery,
W. H. Milton. Jr.
0. E. Maura,
W. L. Cawthon,
C. A. O'Neal,
Dr. W. J. Hannah,
McKenzie Oerting.
AJex McGowin,
C. M. Covington.


Accounts of Monks, Individuals, Cwprntions, anId prirme "anlgd.
Fou per O hM~rv~ paid on Time Deposits.


WM. H. KNOWL3S, Preasdat.
THOS. W. BRENT. Amt. Cashier.


W. K HYER. JR, V.-Pres and O d.
W. N. ROBERTS, Asst. Cashiw.


FIRST


NATIONAL BANK,



DIRECTOR F. C. Brent. W. A. Blount, Win. H Knowles
W, k Hiyer, fr., D. C. Brent,

rOREIGNH AM DOMESTIC EXAIIIIE BM IT All SOL
We drew -" W' SMlls f x. Vesels disbursed upon the Meet
"~elnomt ion Grm a Il*r nd, Favrable Terms, awe eAr M
emayd prineAulM, kaly, tls0 o"taken sPable a4 PeWf
Noerwy, wsd, ASMWrk and Deatlinato* n Bays Atar V
other EuropeaWr i "I Arrives thfM.

Safety Depost Boxes For Rent, in Connection with whica we
have a Prvat Department for tac use of Reters.

oevlngs @epetmntr-Interest" PdE on D-
poelts d .Mt. f .4 per @eat pI Annum,


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I. M. um MAemmmriULB MObIIO.AO,Ar ComaS
Citizens National Bank,
of ?euseo a. Florida. .
Go.W Wrtght, Morris ear. T. Wdles
lXM. IL eM L. Htltoaes.
A 4 NtlL, BANKING SUSINEM TRANSACTEI.


J. S. RzE8, President. E. W. MENEFES, Casbler.
L. MU. CART, VIce-President
THE PEOPLE'S BANK OF PENSACOLA.
Directore-L, J. Ro.ies, J. L Reese W. DeC. Kesser, R. M. Cary,
W. A. D'AMmberte, t. A. JemiMng.
TRANSACTS A GENERAL BANkING BUSINESS.
YOUR ACCOUNT IS RESPECTIFULL JSOCIT=W.




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CURIOSITY IS NOT ALWAYS A SIN
It wil pay yu to iYutilate our prices before buya ymr
Hardware, Sash, Doors, Blinds or Lumber.
We Ia bdle Maints, Oils, Brick, UiMe and Ceet.
We c asa y7a e mn7ey on everything .


Saunders Mill Company

Office 29 lat Garden Street. Phone 717.
Facto North Pafox Street. Phone 1130,
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NE~o F ,LD


Nick's


Negro beads are proverbial for solid-
ty, but in this respect they are far ex-
celled by eartla Moorish tribes of Me-
rocco, who takes a very real pride la
the thishess of their kalls. The heads
,of ther beys are kopt closely shaven
from the time when hair combmences to
show upon them and are never cover-
ed. whatever the weather. This treat-
ment so te~s to thleken the cranium
that the lads Ae able to flht with It.
They butt as bulls do, and the weak
point t Si e llmU of the loser Is fr-
quently sought for by hammering his
eand with a stonea
For a sum equal to a farthing them
boys wWl split a har brick across their
own skulls. In boxtag also themes Moors
receive the blows et their opponents
apon their hardened pates.
LUttle Dressmakei of Paros.
Tbe pineon is a French song bird,
and the petite couturleres of Paris
are universally called mtmle ptnsono
(little song birds), because of the habit
they have of always singing at their
work. Crowded, hundreds of them, in
IN lighted, badly ventilated, great
ateters, during the busy season, they
stitch and aing from 7 o'clock tn the
morning until long after midnight, and
they earn, the vast majority of them,
60 ceets a day.
With this a ant Uaey must not only
beaed, lod and dethe themselves,
but they must alim make provisions
for the morte salmon, four months from
%te ~dial o at June tfll the middle of
September, when. the gay world of
Paris being a la champagne, no orders
for work ae given, workshops are
eloeed and th mimis pnsons earn aet
me ia--mARer's Buar.


SIR MRS. MARY GREGOVICH.
Of Philipaburg, Moetana, Tells How
She Was Cured of Dandruff.
Mrs. Mary Gregovitch, of Pbillpe-
burg. Montana, under date of Nov.
26, 1899, writes. "I had typhqid
fever this summer, consequently was
losing my hair terribly, and my head
in places was perfectly bald. Ne -
bro's Herpicide bed just come into
use It F lilpaburg, and the doctor
COVERT COAT FOR THE SCHOOL GIRL. strong'y recommended it to me. After.
S or 4 application my hair stopped
TBoese smart ooats in covert areas to coincide with those of the front falling out, and is coming in again
one of the standbys for school. and and heavy lin.s &f stitching at the. quite thick. I used to be troubled
every day wear, and especially are seams are made an especial feature. greatly with dandruff, of which I ai
hey suitable tor gifts from 12 to 18. T'ie sleeve is a plain pattern, full at' pow qaite cred." Kill the dandr a
fi'e mode pictured abows one of the'th ( shoulder and sl new seaflitting patterns with a man- to a fitted size at the wrist. IAnes W. A. ID'Alemberte, druggist and
nish collar and lap3l, and patch of silk stitching are used here to in- apothecary. 121 South Palaox stre.
-ockets on either sloe eo the front dictate a cuff. and the coat fastens or send 10c stamps for sample -to'
IThe back has the seams so arranged I visibly in front under a fly. !The Herpicile Co., Detroit, Mich.


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Restaurant.

wbere thebatl
always baianW.

aI kds of Fisk, Soft Shell
Crabs, Western Meet-
IUgJLAR DINNER SERVED DAILY,
25 CENTS.

UNMWRSITY OF THE
S STATE OF FLORIDa,
i-braciag the following subjeotW:
L iLaguage and Iteratur,-& tofr.
eawrcourse leading to the degree of
--ior of Ait. Greek is not re-
bsk b itr I offered as an elective
-oue the course.
SL OWWl Science-DlvIde "Into
oumse. 1. C(eMcaL course;
a No Greek end only entrance
e aquirnd e the coursesOA. All

HL --Aii. Cl t-4 Bto
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- webasiow. if). um f mo-
SNo IAi or Greek le
' f tI. er IV. T m ftl oone
a. IL Ad- IV. tead to the a.
* mstameder of science; as short
____ In a Omrttese a PNoAancp.e
1K ftma---A full twoYear omw
ft be baoo a s setaber, 190.C
gL msl--Thre comes or
A e-ve e oue ending to
LA ea eA, Preewear ou lead-.
to as &L L Dipiema; A fouryear
Iea-n to am degree at Buee.


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-the pic. to ead y A thes to be
sesnec Press*d or npalm&
Ie wociemtlythins ver.
E. L REESE,
PhteeM P tpdater.
01. 11 Novel PafOK must.


NEXT
SUNDAY
IN
THE JOURNAL


laft ey Biala, 10U -m.. to
MARIANNA Iy n. N.Y OLIVE
Mrs. D..R. Bragmiler arrived in the
city Tueqda asight e Live Oak.
Fla. She will spen the winter here
s 1e1 al t1 The- with her mother, Mrs. S. A. Ioyd. special to The Journal.
S Mr. Patrick Duffy let lat week for O Sept. 16.-4r. B. McCal bad
SMariaaa& 98M^ IS--0ur people Cullman, Ala., to attend theft. Bee. s mifortane to iet one of hla St-
azniousl await the mal at 11:25 nard college atthatcty .germ shot off recently. In the place of
fria Pensacola every day. The Jqur. Miss Ananie Gibson left last week for sh ting birds he shot his Anger
nl is read with a ea ers? andy o Columbus, Ga., to visit relatives there which caused him ach pain.
ca hear Imany comments. then thak b util winter. TBe Olive Baptist chrah lost ome
God it is no wor .. or many of our Mrs. L. B. Jones left elate ew chrch-0! jt5 resa memes an CM night ow
eople are connected by ties blood Georgia to spend the next w weekst o 2 th e lL Mr. MrTy mn who
ther hae the eare Im erable.tWe Mrs. Sam Smith died quite sudden- died Tuesday W. at 11:30 o 'clo-
sYmatsel and r9ejoie when we hear ly last Saturday noon., having bee She was sick only a bort time. Her
"e cases; no deaths.' t s kk only a day. She leavestr owitt. 08th -was caused by Indigmtion. The
1 PL C Is busy handiu g the t e children. Her death was qute a eave brother, two ster
e8otton0dc a e npow le hae lit *hock to the entire community. i d c ldren and other relatRive to
*eomeomicoo.y and now they are re eal sT Missesa ea mek lt t lat e mourn her lossd but we trout that our
S goo fr cttn andre tovisit riens through Georgia ntil her eernal
.pply" themelves with many winter. i ss U ih e t hupe ofl l te. bI et,
things t ey have taught themselves wes the guest of Mtas Ltble Merritt
and families to do without, until they unday last.
have the aoney. Ixperience is aL Mr. Robrt Merritt, clerk in his
dear aud necssary' teache-r Lsth W EST rVILE father's store at Ove, w shocked
year but Mteis mosey came to them; | W by lightnitg Monday evening while
prices o low. The o oequeane Is our answering a cal at tSe phone. He wa
merchants are doing a fine businee ,ss s ght to o .N o and sent oe and
sad are hamp, soec0au.tThernowa. nedOW ht.tondsent.
Thel efient superintendent of the special to The Jrnal is now all right
state reAorsatory Is makiiNg the bricks Westville, Sept. 16.---R. Q. Baker Thedonkey party givenat Mr. B.
on the grounds to builda resident Preached at the Presbyterian churchMCal's last Friday night w
sixty thousand Now made and in a Hon.= J. A-. .T.:haw&y, county!Ceiiing the Prise for pinning the ear

John Kemb father four ate's was in town Tuesday. gees o to work.
tore, Ja Keoe. a There has been considerable sick. ;
Onri o( all kinds except cotton are nes in this part of the country, late-
fne. Ofti cane, potatoes and ground ly RACFIIIF
peas are in abundance and our people J J. Kennedy, arrived home trom a | I Dl.
will be guepared for another year. The !trip to Mossy Bend, today. 1te oo-_
.hat ctw was never better and suci The hustling representative of the
quantChes# a are being harvested will Pensaola Journal, A. I. Hodgcboom Special to The Journal.
0oo0a wke us shippers instead of buy- was in town today. racevlle, ept. 16.-Tr q urnve.
ers. Mrs. H. .Hickumn went to Bool- ing crew of the B. C. & S A. R. R.,
fay yesterday on a visit to relatives. have located their camp about 6
Dr. &L A. Thompeon of Bonifay was miles south of this place and will
SIn town yesterday- soom have the line located. It a .a
APAL ACHICOLA s Honohn Neel I ck, butt i se"tl d dact that the road la coming
APALA C I.OLa c. topaght to be some better. iby this place and the town is already
sick several days, but is thought to be IL N. Dekle of Chipley spent Wed-
Opecial to The Journal. better now. neday here on buala as.
--al i Sp -M. H. Chamberlain C R e B N. A. all has been having son
IfaTOD M1t.^SeMa-iR_ H_ Chamberlaln/s Couqh R edy AM trouble Itr the past tiree or four
i LW Fryers a visitorin the Nature. days with a bruised hand.
fity, the geM of Mrsi. W. W. Pooser. Medicines that aid nature are al.- Graceville has quarantined against
Mr. amd ft- Alton Pierce, Jr., ar- ways most effectual. Chatbertain's al Infected yellow fever points.
rired I the alty last Tuesday night Cough Remedy acts on this plan. ItJ
to ed a BW swee, with relatives. allays the cough, relieves the lungs, 1 I-tmnw a e ek DDrne.
Col. W. A. Waase left for St. Louis aids expectoration, opens the secre -Lghtaitng, when to the mood, has
last We. tons, and aids nature in restoring the g a n gly habit of drBiing," writes an
Opt. W. K. Woore spent last Thurs- sysem to a healthy condition. Sold Uagish obseser. It wU drill the
ay In the city. by all druggists. hRardst ock-eo* wbth wiuM turn
Mr- MaM. Geo. Rage and Miss Aoad estee and no o l bil, bt i t -tor
011Ove R left for Wayne, Pa, laqt LAUNDRY NOTICaL r eya .fotnly in bu r-
Tuesday to be gone until November. Owing to the scarcity of collections 2d channels thrty feei t deep and
Mrs. Murat and son, Allen, left last and the absence of Mr. Walker Inglg ran OM fe z de p1-
Mo10ay er Motwomery, Ala, to be raham from the city, it is necessary to f' two te w s hasrd and
gone w walweeks. place the business on a cash basiq. s m The trior was hard and1
Mr. @2adl0 gave a deligtiMl out- Monthly customers are hereby noti glaed whbew* the soM subtance bad
Ing to a few of hisbl friends last Pues- fled that money must be left at hompaI been Wt ~ ly he stabbBag flashea .
~sp evefg o4 his u&ptha launch, to pay delivery man, or package wil AidflA" Ap ft! sh own that a C
Mr. Richard Morey, of St. Louis, ar- be brought back to laundry office. powerful hbeek ftm a battery will
rred Ia the dat ast Thursday. STAR LAUNDRY, w"trty Amy powemd glass, but not
Mss Gertrode Fry gave an informal 5sept 1w By H. J. Mackey. eMiaor or qoeartIa. The Ightnlag how-
evW* i ft I nthe manner damribed,
en In to one pteae, but tI many. showtus
7Te Journal's Daily Fashion Feature t hat stA to t di
V Med e several branches, each
.tr.t -o.h to penetrate and liqueofy
2w solid reek."


Wind In Wire. a Barometer.
The telegraph operator pulled up his
horne.
"Hark!" he said.
The wind in the rondside wiree gave
forth a shrill sound, a note menacing
and sad.
"Do you hear that?' the man asked.
"That is A sign of a violent storm.
Whenever you hear it look out for
weather trouble--a snow squall in the
winter, a terrific downpour with a
thunder and lightning accompaniment
In the summer.
"The sound of the wind in the wires
makes a good barometer. I have used
it as a barometer for two years and
it hasn't failed me once. A scientist
from-. Germany told me about it. He
said that the variations of the sound
were due to the expansion and contrac-
tion of the wires that changing atmos-
pheric conditions caused.


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Life Is too Short


to Run Any Risk


AT MAYPORT |

8ASON OPENS THERE WITH.
CATCM O BIF FELLOW OVER
SIX FEET LONG.

The Jacksonville Times-Union says:
A tarpon measuring 6 feet 2 inches
and weighing 102 pounds, the first flan
of its kind ever landed from the St.
Johns river with rod and line, was
caught yesterday morning at eight
o'clock by W. D. Starke, near the south
jetty. Mayport.
Mr. Starke and Mr. J. N. Stripling
went to Mayport Monday morning to
try their luck in tarpon fishing. Dur-
ing Monday evening they had nine
strikes, but failed to hook the mos-
ters of the deep.
Yesterday morning, however, after
eleven more strikes, this monster
above referred to was hooked. It took
Mers. Stripling and Starke and the
boatman just forty-two minutes to
land the silver king. ,,
The line with which the fish was
caught was a small one, and apparent- e


EXTERMINATE MOSQUITOES
We have a large stock of .......
IOIL OF CITRONELLA,
SULPHUR,
INSECT POWDER, Etc.

EfrPge. agpE gNsweg,.


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Do You Read, Evenings?

S" -That's what a Morris chair is for, to stretch out la. AAd-
i just the back to any desired angle and enjoy a good
So lok 'r your evening paper. Let us show you some of
these great big easy chairs on hand. Carved oak frames
* and reversible velour cushions. We won't quote prices
this time, you might think something wa ~hie matter



MARSTON & QUINA,
108410 S. PaWlat St. Phone 148. Pensacola, Fla




MAXWELL HOUSE,
AUSTELL, GA.

S WRITE FOR RATES.

WILL E. MAXWELL.

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DON'T MISTAKE CHILLS AND FEVER FOR


YELLOW FEVER
Athis tim elt he yar there ts gret dea1 elaldla and cthil and ever.
As a *pl vprevettve try

LEWIS' ANTIMALARIA AND CHILL CRE
IT CURES TO STAY CURED,
Sold at all drug stores or at
LEWIS 8 CO., WhdiM rgstEast Goveaent Sht
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Real Estate !


The Monster Dipleodoes,
Dr. Andrew Wilson speaks of that
hage extlnet reptile, the dtplodooas
whose bones Andrew Carnegie present
ed to the SBoth Kensington museum in
London as a "dragon." "If we could
imagine It restored," says Dr. Wtlson.
"we should be tempted to imagine that
the dragon legends of old had some
foundation in fact. As a rule, these
creatures-dlnosaurs, as they are called
-were huge, bulky animals. Mr. Car-
negle's specimen has been estimated to
have possessed a length' in life of
about seventy feet. The diplodocus,
with regard to its personal character-
(tics, appears to have possessed a
bead of very moderate size indeed,
considered relatively to the 'animal's
bulk. Its jaws are weak, and its teeth
are borne by the front of the Jaws
only. That it fed on soft vegetable
matter would therefore appear to be an
Inference fairly warranted by the
facts, yet, lke the vegetarian elephant,
it may have been capable of fierce on-
slaughts enough in its day. To feed
on plants Is not always commensurate
with mildness of temper, as every vie-
ous horse testifies. We may further
believe that* the diplodocus, if not a
swinaer, at least had aquatic habits.

Water Cure For Rbeumatima.
"If people afflicted with rheumatism
would only try a simple remedy right
at hand instead of scurrying all over
the country for a cure they would get
well a good sight quicker," said a man
who was once so knotted up with
rheumatism that he had to use
crutches. "Just let them drink water,
quarts of it. That's what did the busi-
ness for me. I drink about three
luarts of water a day-not Ice water,
but just ordinary cold water as it
colnes from the faucet. I drink two
glasses when I get up in the morning,
two when I go to bed and I drink it all
lay. I have a big pitcher bf it put on
my desk, and whenever I look up
from my work for a minute's rest I
Irtnk a glass of water. No mineral
water, no charged water, no 'health
water' for me, but just plain, good olrl
fashioned water. To be sure, the salt
water baths at the shore did me a lit-
le good, but the damp days at the
here took all the good away. Now I
ake fresh water baths internally and
pend my summers where it is high
nd dry."-New York Press.


Escambja


Phone 1052.


Co.


Fisher Buildinl


"A deep or bass sound of consider-
able strength means showery weather
within twenty-four hours. A shrill
sound. as I said before, means violent
storms. A mild hum means continued
clear."
New Charcoal Yard.
We have established a charcoal
yard at corner Alcaniz and Garden.
You will have no more trouble to get
charcoal now as we will keep it co! -
stantly on hand. Just received a car
load. Will deliver four bushels or
more to any part of city.
VUCOVICH CHARCOAL YARDS,
Geo. Vncovicn,' Prop.

Low rates at Southern Hotel forl
rooms and board.


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Let us supply you with the necessary
articles to .A, A


ly not strong enough to hold a good
sized trout. The silver king was lanri
ed, nevertheless, and was brought to
Jacksonville yesterday morning and
taken to the Atlantic Coast Line Rail-
way office, corner Bay and Hogan
streets, where many curious people
gathered during the day to take a look
at the monster of the deep.
This being the first tarpon ever
landed from the .St. Johns river with
rod and line, Mr. Starke. who was giv-
en the credit of catching the fish, feels
very proud.
Today the tarpon will be taken to
a taxidermist to be cure-, so that Mr.
gtarke will have no trouble in making
his friends believe when he relates, in
years to come, the successful landing
of a six-foot tarpon with rod and reel.,


We are prepared to take all

the real estate that is on the

market


Ifs Too Notto


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G6' a meal ticket and
(ake i'nmer, here for s
" L. 'LAe wifCes no: fret-
td., *t:. children are de-
!.RhItrc. an,1 you wiP1 be
piea,<'d anI <, d lighted
w':h the f< i. :h i scrvce
and the p -,e.


THE BEST ICE CREAM
IN THE LAND.


Kandy Kitchen Cafe,
i40 S. PalafoL Phone 999


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No advertisement taken for less than oS.S


Speolal rates by the month.


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
ActNowl


Pensacola lInvestmenet Co
&. E. WMn ,Cft eplnapruf.
W. L- EKInJM, F 80 0'L L. UMPN, S."e"rtr.
L. L VSIUK A, APMredS. 6M.Ninwjei. NOWIZ MM&STreasurer.

216 Suoth Peklafex Street, Pensacola, Florida.


-WANTFO
,WANIND.-To rent vle or six roi
eottaes, either on North or Wes
BUi Mati bave all modern convene
leaces. Address 9X, care* Journal.
14ept.
VaWNT.-Postl Io by experience
male steiographer. Address 60)
cae JournaL 14sept1w
WANTID.-We can accommodate
lowg ests at an up-to-date mountain
stal; climate @eUigttal and good wi
tr; nMoersite rates. Address F. D
cemlagham. Bum& Vista, Va.
lleptim*
'WANTI).-Young lady desires per
manent private board. State terms
Ad4res P. 0. Box 136. 14 sep
PLUTOI PLUTO!
Keep your system In good conditilo
and you need not fear any disease
Pluto, the great stomach healer, fo
*ale, wholesale and retail, by Jas
McHugh.
WANTED.-To rent or buy improved
place, not more than 8 miles north
or northwest of Pensacola, itl. 15 to
25 acres of land in cultivation oas-
Une Hutto. Holte, Fla. lseptlm*
KING & HiUAL, contracting painters
acu decorators. Fine varnishian
and Anshing. Sign painting a spe
ciaity. Residence phone 249. 29aug
Mrs. Laura W. Cresry will resume
agency for the Winona mills hisiery,
and solicits the patronage of all form-
er customers. If interested in good
bowsery send postal card and she wiii
call with sample, or phone 147.
27augl m"
WANTED.-You to know that you caa
buy nice, clean old papers at thia
o0ice cheap.
WAN TE.--veiybody to know that
cur Blend of Coffee may oe imitated
but can't be equaled. New Orleans
Gorcery Co. Jas. McHugh, Prop.
aug20
WAN -fTD.-The public to know that
we are pioneer Coffe Roasters of
Florida. New Orleans Grocery Co,.
.*,a. McHugh. Prop. aug20
BOOMERS WANTED at No. 17 West
1ARuA Street, city. 2ang6w*
WANTED.-The Merchants Transfer
PO watas your moving and hauling.
AJi breakae guaranteed. T. B. Thor.
sen. Prop. Phone 97. lIjunelm.
We want everybody to know that we
ore wholesale and retail grocers and
till at the old stand. New Orleans
Grocery Ce., Jas. MLcHugh, Prop.
augl.
WZJ --Your electric work of al
kinds. Let u clean your tas, rM-
pair your dynamo, do your wiring, etc.
1-one 570. Pensacola Eectric Co.,
comer latendencia and Baylen street.
Uanelmn.
WANTD-Haulng and tranafer
work. O- ce phone 3632 Resdence
phoae 390. Acota & Whita, 22-28 N.
Tarragoan Mmch


WAi-O .513 G-m. for The JOurna'o


mawa rUMesOOI auu a--a- C analg
itIo. which will sabortly appear.
WIl emutain had-tone pictures of city,
harbor and special scenes. 15 cents.
Leave orders at Journal offe.
V-AN'W--6eoona-Uanad Cora, Oat
and cotton seed meal eacka. Out t
tow shipmeat,.a slicited. Write a
F S. Mellen & Co. S0marcalm
A. I BINOHAM warta your moviag
and hauling. He guarantees all break-
ate PboMoe S
.JL,-kiAAN FMruHNT U Hoiae
hold Articles, Jewelry and any saim
able Artcte wanted. We pay cash
for It. Address P. 0. 3a 363. City.
THE RENTAL BUN81188 Is our
specialtyy and your busmala will
have ca-etul atteatica. D. Hale Wt.-
moa & Co.

Board and Rooms.
POR RENT.-Furnished rooms ou.-
side of infected district. Apply ta
$05 W. B. mon. street, city
l 2eep* 1Il1 *
ROOMS AND BOARD-Several large
rooms for rent with or wihou( hoard
directly on water f:-ont, suitable tor
Itght housekeeping. Appl'- Mrs. Re:-
tinger. Fibhervrille. Phont 33.
Psep>.
WANTED-A few boarders in private
family: convenient to ra'lroai shops
and on street car line: large rooms,
with privilege of use of baths and tr-
ephone. Address D. C. S., care Jour-
.L 24auglm


It is the
It won't


Heip Wanted
WANTED.-The Pensacola Journal
has employment for two more relia-
ble ca rri-s. Apply to C.ia.. F. Stev -
art, Room f.. Sai'sbury I uiiding. W.
Go'*'rnmen' S'. Gsept3t
WANTED.-A first-class cypress shin-
g, Swy-' :t *o o 'eratr? a Challoner
Powe'r Ma(hin. A idres the .1. .1. Mc-
Caskill C',.. Fircep)r', Fla. 14s--'t3t*


For Sale.
FOR SALE OR RENT.-Beautiful
country home ot Reservation: goo1
fishing. g.),d garden: -ood wae:r iInd
p):enty wo'o)d. \Will :,l; cheap for cish
o" r,'' i" a-on .'I. Aiplly F. N. Hovw-
ell. Warring-on. Fla.. Phone ,S9. lox
3';. 15sept.li nio*
JHICKKN W HEAt pA o ,tu.ta $.
Makes owls ek .a;:y weli favre .
,he cheapest food :o te blound. F. &.
.le0er. & Co. Phone 334 l1 't
FOR SALE .U iRENT'.--Black t, u
tent., ",:...; 1 f, ,'.. .'-c:.i;ili i iur I) P '
Ten;.r .t o,,a
tii's 10 ca'i:i)p ,,: O Ou ..0.'tA 1'
0. iB'.x 41, :\
FOR SALE OR Ri: \ .-i' r,:
house and .12 ac't s of .zood 'a-
!o)at, at (o>.7ai z. Fi"z Ei i;h r tj
gtther or s']),irateiy. Terins ea;.
able. Ho:;I- lxn.b he cntL'd tcaip,'r-
ari^. AI,<.\ at WV. L Zachrex's .f-


Have You WE ARE STILL .******* -* *- -. ..
doing business at 20f4i S. Palafox ST."'l,
Estat inot running from fever. Rent.
cofleete,4.Real estate bought and
Real Estate Refugees From Pensacola
We advise you to stay in town. but .
F Or Sall e? whether you go or stay let us collect can place their property in our hands for
your rents. H
Then lct is know about at once. e Everythinz in the real estate busi- C election of Rents9, Pay
are in a position to a';!le is for you ness receives prompt attention. m nt of Taxes, keeping it prop-
qu. t the price Is right. F IF early Insured or Disp osing of

For Rent. LESLIE E. BROOKS same. We are here to stay,
Shtoom cottage. ilah, partly fur- ft. vr no fever, and any busi.
on HMoney to Loan. ness entrusted with us will receive
Money to Lend DO YOU WANT to borrow money in caretul attention.
In large or s:nali am ints on Rea, amounts from $500.00 up? We have Corres-podence solicited.
E-ta'e. plain or vndor.-ed notes. $10,Il'00.00 to loan at 7 and a per cent.orrespondence
IPromnpt s'.rvice, L. S. i3rown & Co., interest. Thos. C. Watso: & Co. 6aug a
2 "*" Taiieen Building 16sepr. ^ I io x- G. .W a tsel- Th t C
-t-i ae ec,[,;). ur(In git'o cuilater-%,, 1 o .* e
Sa At low tr rates Leshe 1. Bt.1 k
L. H. O VI ,i VO ,, .her ou. d.nI ,a jn Leading Real Estate, Rental and Insurance Agents,

Zh T&e_.As dL'g f Pi.c ''.,. .a ao. Cor Palafox and Garden Streets, Pensacola, Fla.
S& A e o;" >.riune *t.. na yu 4ed j I i
"WE SELL LOTS"-V ':i2.. ; ,-,,4 4. -4- 4 y1 4- O F t ^ -- -4r ^
I -,t -b&;itjr) 04J.li, ~e


FeR SALE


Lme socuril 11M &W &=DALou AA


m flee 3 set. OR SALE-One lot of fine sholr i leu o % ,on LOST.-Coat from No. 900 E. LaRua
I a z -- cae, especially adapted formi *ug2 street, outho l n 9th ave. to Wright
ur .-. 1:.e l!iery purposes or for diug 'wore,
H^ELP WANTED forFi andlIrgiar !oof aesid ao one lot ocners and re MONEY LOANED on ail kinda of street, thence to Palafox, north t
M V--\suk. Fixtures 01 a.1 descrip-ions .aone lot. of ; cunrens and f ine )NY LOANr ED on adkindsof Saunders Mill, on Hard Road. Prob-
aWA aleFrench plate giass mirrors. E. L. son .1 property on short noti cntned some valuable per.;
st WANTD.-All young persons wn manufactured by Alp ne Sale nl Rees 11 South Palafo. 2s Terms ey. J. W. Bullard. t ably contained some valuable paper;
are good stenographers or book- Lock Company of Ci'jcinai. Ohio.adln
n- Ireeod eo phers or book. Lock Co1pany of Cncinna Ohio. k A-fc-At a sacuflce, farmiare 28% South Palafox St-, Phone 1144 if found return to Journal office and
keepers, that are seeking positions or Communicate with me tur prices and k SA- -At a sacie, furnture 8 South Plox St., P get read. sept.
promotion, to register with us imme. terms before buying elsewhere. Scar. store, stock and accounts. Call a 6nov
diately. We can secure you good pis -Itt Moreno, Pensacola, Fla. 138-140 E. Inteadencla. jsa -;.1-%,,i.., u.. ~,, ,, V .uas
d itions. We are having more calls 28june. FOR SALE--One Cno e block on top on all kinda of personal property Fggn
0, daljy than we can suppiv. It will co, FOR SALE.-Soda fountain, stock of of the ridge eabt of the eiectrlo lipecial rates to JtussS m n0 o large --
l. You nothing to register with us. Mo.x confec:ioneris and ci,-ars, located railway, between 7th and Sth streets. oanr. !'he New York Lon Co.. 204% OUND.-A few days ago, a package
a Munro, Proprietors. The Mohiio n Palafox street. Can b hd at bar- Nature h favored this section and it Sut of letters and papers were found;
i. Business College, No. 62-64 N. nyal gain if purcha, l at onu-2. Apply Es cannot be duplcated A. V Clubos. also certificate of discharge for J. W.
r. St, Mobile, Ala. 15aeptlm* cambia Reat Co. 15aug. PLUTO! PLUTO! alShman's PaWAShlla Kanen. Owner may have t.iem by
". WANTI D_ energetic man n each FOR SALE.-Nice -ne cottage (4 Keep your system in good condition402 PALAFOX ST. paying for this ad.
county to post signs, advertise and roon and all) between Palax nd you need not fear any disease. MONEY 10 A. U. AO OUND.One black o branded J.
distribute samp; sala-y $8 weekt, and Bavien str~tis on ,'o 'Idan uto, the great stonaah healer, for MON XY 'l LUA., U.% UAAMONDS, FOUND.-One black ox branded J. H.,
distribute ample: salary $18s week and Baylen streets on .;o:-dan S sale, wholesale and retail, by Jas. Watches. Chains, Rings and all ads marked with a crop and split and u-t-
r. $5 per day for expen%; honesty anq near Saunders Mill; easy terms. Ap- McHugh. of collatgral securhy at lowest rate f der bit in one ear and over square in
s. sobriety more essential than expert: ply J. W. West at Saunders Mill. u aterest. L Baria y ita lo unrestmd er bit iner ca obtain .ame inbya.
nPer.other. Owner can obtain same by ap-
I enze. National Co., 720 Chestnut t.. 22.uIm* WALL TiNS plying to C. P. Gonzalez, Bohemia, rl
Philadelphia. Sept 13-1i: OR SALE.-Old pap":s only 10 cen-s guaranteed. Fairchild and Rice, Phone to loan, in amounts o 2aug
per hundred. Good for wrapping 512julylm. to0.l1oan,annamountsdf25auglm*
WANTEDt-First-clas tnr u dter$10e000 $500.00 and up at 7 and 8
first assistant t echer for paper and to.ptt under matting. All FORSALE -CHEAP-My three-year- per cent. interest. Tho. C. Watson -
r Chiple High Sachrool s place i cl .an and nice."- Journal office, old Berkshie herd tear, Duke f 6aug
r pey hgh School. Address Prof. .. . ..- ; -fo. "ElsCo. i Pro0i s0n8 Direct y.
. L. D. McRae, Chipley, Fia. Do you vale your health? If so Florida, No. 68,923. Ail-ona some -o e & Co.liU 6ag .
lOseptlw. uue our pure Blend of Coffee 'Dewey" young pigs. 1 six-montin-old boa7, aU ...... -
1-. --ailys-- nuse our pure Blend ofrleans Grocer registered and transferred. "Carl Set- A
SakCo.as. h Prop aug terhd. Chipley, Fla. 181 Misellaneo s PATTILLO CAMP3LL.,
ag e cheapest and most perfect -F L--OkR SALE.-Two pair eltra 'fine AS A PREVENTIVE try Lewis nt' Attoreyat-Law
ater Filter ever invented. etails,We have been with you in Pensaco- your.g mules, sound and in goed ari and Chil CureAttoe. It cureaw.
Sa $2.00. Big profit. Exclusive terri- la since 1874, and intend to stay condition. Also one 2-horse Stude- d Room 405 Thlesen Building.
tory. Seneca Filter Co., Seneca, Mo. ,1ith you and serve you 0 ith the best baker wagon.,W. S. Garfield. June. to stay cured. It is a good tonic, a
12septl0t* of groceries at lowest ar- good liver reulator. You need it at ..
W9.S ,t a bl__ C .a Nc w uh.Prl- Gop FOR SALE--Beautiful blook in New., this time of the year. On sale at a'i
WANTD.-Smart young man able :k t a r cHu. Proans ao City. TractNo;312. Fir t $600-* druggists, or at Lewis & Co., East THOS. PEBLEY,
. influence large orders for wellC as McHug. Prop. 20Apply to A. M. McMilllan Court 'House. Government street. Price, 50c. LAW. REAL ESTATE. LOANS AND
known brands of whiskies. Address GROW GINSENG. Large profits. laug 13seplm. COLLECTIONS
with particulars; references aldaI Room in .car r."l-nl. Roots for sale. FOR SALE-Kill the germ6 otever-- My wife having left my bed and an.l PALAFOX AND ROMANP&
terms. W Hughes, 7 CLrps Building, Write toGlay s on l earature. B.eking- orode a barrel of slack lime to-dy. board, I am no longer responsible for[ PHONE 65.
Preesons Row Liverpool, England ham's Ginseng arden, Zanesviile, 0. Phone 367. 4auglm any debts incurred by her. aul
5sept3t. "13aug3mos. 4g
Tm-- FOR SALE-Sot, haf lo--c-k ,FOR SALE.-Shingles and wood. 711l Peters, Hard Road, Goulding.
AN D rustoh man ma- OR SAE--South hfblock 211 jst west of MuscogeO whas C1. [l. 12septlw* J. P. STOKS a
age branch office and distrilbating d fronting 400 feet on 1.3th street,by Creighton. 10sept2m. A orn andColortLaw
Ipot for large manufacturer Salaryt 137% feet on Bay V'ew Park; also Attom. PIANO TUNINGrat Law
start with, $1500 fret year, and extra south half of block 2t2, fronting 400 I worked at this 14 years in Mobile 108 East Government Street.
tcommissions and expenses. Appiicant feet on 14th St., by 13712 feet on Bay OR RE T will satisfy you n price an Genera aw Pral.
must have good references and 1i000o View Park. The only p;:'perty adjoin- la. i wi k J. Conrad Scot a24
cash, capital secured. Experience an lng Bay View Park thtat is now for R RENT.-- complete y of work. J. Conrad Scott, 2
necessary. Address "Manufacturer sale. The beautiful ew down the R Cot e Ofu hd last Gregory St. Penacola GEORGE DOUVILLE,
21 West Atwater St., DeLtrot, Mich. bayou and down the bay can never be, fveroom East Hll c 29augm
sept. -M ob.struce"d. A. V. Clu. bs. 30jlline in excellent neighborhood until Old newspapers are good for many ATTORNEY-AY-LAW.
WANTED-The people OfPenao FOR SALE.-M Vresidnce on at December 1. Phone 879. 14sptlw* things. You can get lots of them Room 500 Then B'ld. Phone 734M
WANTED-The people of Pensacola FOR SALE-My rsid-nce on East OR RENT-Cag with .ath. cheap by calling atthis office. h
to cease worrylng. Let The Journal Hill. either including whole block FORs, R ENT- tag Cranes, thtwoblo cheap by calling at this on e. --=-
Want Ads solve the problem for yoL. of twenty lots 40x1371-2 feet each or fro car line. CerApplytes to H. Gibboc KGULA MAIL NA-Goodon W LSH M ITH
They are expe-- detectives, and can quarter block of five lots. Apply at Forbes stor e. pp3ep*. ance for traveliLg public. Daily ser
find the man you are looking for !f my office. Thiesen Building for furtu- at Forbes store. 13se-plw- vice each wey. From Lhipley to Bay-
he Is included in the 25,000 or 30.000 er particulars. C. W. Hagerman. iFOR RINT.-12 room nose. corner head. Address J. M. Trggle. Chipley,
people which makes the population of 24auglmn. Hayne and Wright stre.-ts. Apply Fia. 24mehl Fisher Building, 204V2 South Palafox
SPa~nsacollFOR SALE OR RENT.-New 7-roomIV* W S. Garfield. 27aug. -- R EAL S9 4TAT. street
Any intelligent person mapy house at Gouiding; large yard, FOR RENT.-Small farm 1 block cnU- REAI, ESTATE la all parts of city.
good income corresponding fo a shade trees, near railroad, .fifty feet side city linm:s on county hart' You buy the ground and we will PHONE 525.
papers; no canivassing; oexplrh ee well and outhouses. A good ha:-gain,. road, with six room house; wind ml!!; bulld your house on long time par -
unaecessary. end for ireculars Apply to postmaster, Goulding Fla. water pipes in yard and all through i ments D. Hal Wuon I & CO.
Northern rec Syndicate. Lockpor 22 aug3w a house. Rent reasonable. Apply W. TAILORING-s I Diamond, Tanor, D R. JNO. TILLER,
N. Y. 1ine,n FOR SALE-Second-band case regI M. McClellan, at First National Bank, clotg cleaned, pre d d o
-WAN T-Ag s --- ter in perfect condition. Will s ll Pensacola. __ 26auglm; repaired on Short noUtice. No. 11 D i .
WANTED Agents I different coun.- cash o0 or, time. A real bargain. Can FOR RENT-Lorraine House, corner West Govermment St., Pensaooia, Fla Room 8, Brent Building. Phene, S.
ies in loridato handle Alpine Safe S be seen at Jameb McHugh's 22mca Hayne and Belmont streets. Apply 14es
afeLock C.'s Fire and urglar Proo 00 TO TURION for all sizes alma W. S. Garfield. 12jul FOR ON- DOLLAR AND -FIFT -
afesarionVault Fixtures m o every Cameras loaded and unloaded free FOR RENT.-RKeodencu lately o.-i CENTS per bead. we will haul out
decaripton M Write me for terms. of charge He makes beat phot'.p cupled by Dr. W. S. Hall, No. 111 W. dead horses. wC eta. Leate orders
Scdarrtt Moreno, Pensacol, Fla., Flor- graphb in Lae south. 32 year a lea.a LaRua street. Apply to R. M. Cary, at. 136 Eas Inteadencla. Herring GHIST AND CORN MEAL. MILLS,
ida State Agent 28June. IgJan. 43 S. Palafox street. 7Junoe Bros. Ste* M. A GONALBZ 0 CO, Prop. s
BAr HOTEL-Open night and day. iOR AL.-10-room house, corner FOR RENT-Twenty-room aouse, cor-. SAILMAKER. Manufaetren
European plan. Rooms eight sad lor. 3 blocks from Palafox. lot 96x: ner Barracks and Zarragossa street. J. H. PORTER. satimaker, 716 South CHOICE MEAL AND PbRE OROUNO
clean. Trandient trade sollcted. S7&. 192 on car line. For partlculars Itu. Suitble for boarding house. Apply PFalafox street. Orders taken tr
57 South Palafox. Jos. Niolau, quire of Standard Clothing Co. to Mrs. M. J. Moreno, 216 Last Zarra.- tents, awnnag, camp stools ad ho i e.
pNoW Sthe home manufacturer, encouJragg
-----_ ........ home industry, contribute to home


labor, and leavT yor money in you
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DIREC TOR V

CENTRAL TRADES COUNCIL,
0 There will be a metnjag 01 toL%
- body on the first and third Akedna .
days of each month at 7:30 p. m. All
delegates are requested to be prge
enL Z. W. ROBITIL
W. L DM.AT PrelidsL
Beoraary.
Peunucola Lodge No. 3. L. of P
meeta every Monday eveaag at 8:4
o'clock at tttir Castle Hall. B tIo
Watson buildi'L corner Palafot sad
Garden street Vslting brethre ew
dially welcome t.
J. H. BRZWON, a. a.
a HORILJMI K. of L L


4Rathbone Lode Nma
30 K. of P.. meea erery
7t1zrsday evening at 8:60
o'clockk la their M
ha, third floor, Blonmas.
W tWsa building, amouAth.
wet mower IPal& and
arden itreets Vtin u knig o
cordallv weicoLted
a B. CRUTI, O. a.
C. J. Levy. K. of I. aS &
Knight eof Columbus.
Meetings a the
Knights of Columbla
are held at their hall,
2& C V- a wuy9--


No. 8 West tatende
cis street. on every -
Monday evenlg a&
7:30 o'clock. A AnI.
vltation is eztamp"
to visiting Knights.
JOhN B. JON9.
EDM. FOX, Grand KnI jL
Recorder.
lPnacoa LSOde No. 4, 1. O. O. P.
Pensacola Lodge No 4. 1. 0. O. P.
meets every Thursday vo elng at T7:0
at the new ball on Weet 4rlo
street. VisitUng brethr s eerdia'l
invited. T. 0. 9TINSON.
B. R dWITKOVSI,. Seerwaly.
RBBFKAH SISTERS.
Naomi Lodge J.. 10. Rebekal M
ters ceets every Monday *lat a
O'clock In L 0. OF. Ha&l.
Iting sisters cordially Invited to he
present. MRS. S. DeTHAYER.
MISS MAMIE PRMMAN. Secretary.

M. F. B. A. No. 81 meets fSrt ang
third Wednesday evening at 7:30 p.
m., Rafford Hall. No. 10 West Jntel
dencia Street.
A. G QFLL, Prosm
J. L. SWEEN3Y. See.

W.O.W.
Uve Oak Camp No. 1, W. 0. W
eets' is Pythian Hall 1lt asa s
Wednesday In each month. Vialta
sovereigns cordially Invted.
F. A. BOOHICI, C. C.
LasUl B. BROOk.. Clerk
W. 0. W. C., Oak Grve, No. *
Woodmen Circle meets last Thjrsday
of each month at 3:30 p. m.. 3rd floor
Whtscn building, southwest corner
Palafox and Garden streets. Visitiag
.overeigns cordially invit-d. Mrs. W
A. Smith, Clerk, Mrs. M. B. Olsg%


SGuardian.
-....


Paum awllst. .nrw as


Sulf StaMusMp Ce.
STEAMER TARPON
W. G. BARROW, Master.
irRST-CLASS PASENG( E AMER V
FREIGHT BRt VIGC
-Betwewn-
PENSACOLA, MOBILE. APALACGM
COLA. CARRABELL,. ST. AN.
DREWS, MILLViLLL
And all points on St. Andrewea
Carrabe'le and Apala,.hiceli,
SCHEDULE
Leave Pensacola Sunda, 8:3e
M., for Mobile, Ala.
Leava Pensacola, Tuesday 8:9 2S
MI., for St. Andiews, Millv'.ile, AV
las(,icola, Carrabelle and int*rmiedia
pointL.
For additional lzfo0-matton apply so
J. R. SAUNDRa.
I. IL COBB, Prome
GO r. and Pas. Agt
Pensacoa. Pla.


I B. NIGHT 0C
Manufacturers of
and Dealers In
LUMBER. LATHS. SAWED ivPRES
SHINGLES AND KILN-
DRIED SAPS.


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PAeB SWWWW


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SIF YOU ARE LEAVING THE CITY

Let us attend to the collection of your RENTS. We Intend to
stick by the post of our duty and make the Interest of our
clients our first consideration. Do not lose faith In your In-
Svestments or sacrifice your home. Pensacola real estate Is

worth as much to-day as It ever was. We offer

A NIce Investment, Corner House on 7th Avenue, rents for 7 6 5
per month, house in first-class condition, 25

A Six-Room House on East Belmont street, a nice home, at 01400
SMoney at the lowest market rates of Interest on Improved or
Vacant real estate.

2THE FISHER REAL ES TA TE A AGENCY

206 South Palaftx Street. Phone 87.
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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL,. SATURDAY MORNING. SEPTi:,.ER 16. 1905


F.. M. WILLIAMS, |
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER.
OSoe. Brosnaham building, nxt
to Peaswola Business Coilege. '
Prompt attention always given I
to busine"t P-nsaa.,la. Fla. I


Still in Business:
GEORGE A. PETTERSON,
Is now located at
COW. Government and Barcelona Sts.,
sad is better prepared than ever
to repair sae:-. tvpywr; (r--.
gunB. pistols. lorks. lich' ma-
chinery and bicycIcs.
PHONE 203.


Pabst

Blue Ribbon

Bottle Beer,

has no cqual.
ClA -


ENTHUSIASTIC THE STW K W; Walter lootoni,
I General Dealer In lab


OVER COTTON


SITUATION


IN SOUTHERN



INDUSTRY


Alabama Cotton Man Says Ctton Heay Capitalizatin and Diversity
Albm9otnMa asCto _.4 I A- A_--- -- &-- .I-


Planters Have Market Well

In Hand.


over our c< un'1rfl s ps
tO (.IT 1: "' .a3. a ',\ tr.'a -'".
A ', , -:,-na a',
t1.1iII- :a' i -fa ;'' i, h
(I know t.; ha: .,*ou are



Clothing, Shoes and




that th- i)rce can pro
fuco--v ,~,(olar'- wor'h
for a 0 a;., ah
Shirts at ..t nd.r 75 cr .5
$1.0l. $1 .'.. $:-'*0 ar., $2 5'
Collars. 15 an, -5 eont. "lWhiz"
Suspenders-. ,1 c-n,,




John White
%Atfitter to Men and Boys
205,207 S. Palafox.
Phone 225.


oi LI y Wvy - -

SA Friedman G. W. PRVOR & SO0


WhoJcsajc Distribitcr.


.Cader m Importedi* Wines
and Liquors.
PHONE 171L
No. 331 SOUTH PALAFOX ST.
*ECSACOLA, FLA.

GIVE YOUR HAULING TO


merchants Transfer Go.
Thor. I. Thorren, Prop.


MAULING OF EVERY DESCRIPTION


SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TC
BAGGAGE DAY OR NIGHT.
PHONE 978.
P. O. COx. 67..

THE

SHORT LINE
... to .

Clifornia and Northwest
via
Chicago, Omaha. S: i'uis and Kansa-.
C' :;s the

Union Pacific
sad connecion.-. w i; through -'e.-pin-:

T o !i'-ac "' -" *'-- ' ; f-,

"on:ana. ..
isa I<. X a
ftion '
tom b"; *;'


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NEXT SUNDAY


SHERLOCK HOLMES.
TYm Greatest Detective of Fiction.


ARE BACK AGAR\


QUARANTINE H 5 BEFN LIFTED
AND THFY APF. EA:Y TO
MEET THEiR CUSTOMERS.


Geo W. Prvor & So are ba.k at
i-ri l '.'--1 st-an i on Ea- (o :*:: ".;
:* re anid rtead3 ; i ni i .u -:.'--.
in :ia: "gi, o .va w i :
, pli's('cd th,.' hlun '" pa' .
S course, the leta;i store :.- a' -)


roa6 x for l'-i~inc.--s '.td ;' 101,--V ll,
-a- '-Iallo' -,u -'. In -.ac-t pri-e-.

man i an-i thI-c '. of 1:h,-,1:
w11-c ill11",' tin.-cx o. -!A- Iirt NNx;L
'0, 01 anie s ht,--!, s ~ti' :a'-,j a, *-r' -
tof r~


Se'nd in vmr oilcr- n Iin -A t-xv
.iax., lo,)'^ for list of sp c~tml pric es on
x a;'o'u. *n 2ancx (:71--.
!~ a!*-,,,, nt, at, 1.f-il 'n ii~, fin
SI- (I' f :~ If( tt3' n d i lt :~ 1 a;
::,t c-e -anA 4,tt


THREE JURORS CURED


Of Cho:era Morbus with One Small
Bcttle of Chaerberlain's Co!ic.
Cholera and Diarrhoea Rem-
edy.
Mlr r VX" Fox.x'r. a'f lia,.toxr.
A.i I 'i :i; -. "- an -,x\per .. n h 'in .
- ,,-\x o:; : p i: j .iti :a
- :.- ,'* C i.-,;"ii-> i > .'" ,::. -\ Alabam a.
1;, -a'"- \V i'ti- *" 'r, I ;i' son'.-'
!t-,'-'i "..-R ~ .(lirl 5c '-- "'-ep trieaT 6n-
S :' i lt -'l n is :;i a -ern
- 'ar, 'rit 1 '1 .t .- no.\ r m-jr.- *''ck
: n '.e an-d S. : ', druen s'or(
'or a ce retain cholera mix*i:re hut tb.h
7'rst sent mn a bo::i o0' C(iambner-
n';n Co'i(. ChoN.'ra .:n Da rhoa
.''edy instead, savtn ':ha' he had,
'- ent for. but ;ha" "*,: nwed c:n,
so much be.: er hi. w. 'il rat:
- k iion d<"-, of i wavas (cure ia
n' n '.:,i The '!id i e u -
n .t own'irk'!y. Tw'vo '- juror -
,f e aff'.icted fn n' Sa ale r'T',ann r
Ani on sma:li o:e ciT:-re, 'e thr. 1
of us. For sa'e li > a! ,ir ; ists

BEWARE OF BUBONIC PLAGUE.
No o'her azen: has dont- so much to
-r"nead the ul.on.., paneut' as rats
fr,ni lri itu, -:ddcn countries and ftr-
1 : 7: p -:s. in Man ila. the authori-
:6 have purchased large quantit-es
4 S:earns' Electric Ra: and Roac.a
Pia-,. and are mak:n,- a vigorous
c' -'. rnimned '>, k:, every rat


w:-.':in the city limits.
Tht- Pa-;,,- is ea-y 0
", 'od&:\ dex i-mred by ra':.
al: \ermin. driving th-'ni


use. and is
r-,ache- an I
ou; of tIe


hou e :to dit
The -a'e is rap;i:y increasing. airi
:; can te obtained almost everywhere
If xrtur d .,l-r does not have i'. it wil'
',e expre-s prepaid ,n rect'ip): of
,':., Drce b) Stea-rn' E'ectric Pa-.
C.o Cb:cago. Ill. Small -:ze 25c. hotel
>iz $1.00.


e ras tseretnIf o Among the
itflklig F88tllf8S *


Chattan )oga. Tionn., Sept. 15.-An
evidence of the inldustrial activity ini
'he southern states is the following
Ius of nev industries estabiished dur-
ing *,'e wvoek ending ta.ay, as rep'rt-
'1 t') Th, Tradesman by its corres-
p)i ni '-rs. The list shows only the
;::or, inupoitatit new industrial con-
' Irn-. tie reports throughvl covering
-ach of (iL-, slat-s. Heavy capitaliza-
on and litversity of interests are
i:non., the sttriking features of this

Alabama.


iHuhtsville-$2u0.m00 cotton
!ct;.seoI cimpantv.
I';e atur--$1 0.000 colonial
-'t ory.
Annis:on--S50.)000 foundry.
F'rt Mitci.e:l-Saw miil.
B-,--miier- $2"25.0 '0 dist illery.
Gatis! cn- telephone systeUm;
,.n.


Elrod--Saw mill.
Arkansas.
Black Rock--$10.000i cotton gin.
Fo,: Smith-$10.oU00 oil and gas corn-
pany.
Herniiiage-$25,000 save and lurn-:
ber company.
Little Rock-$100,000 warehouse
company; $30.0010 mill and elevator
company: S-5.o.00 roller gin company :
$7.5.1' manufacturing company.
Harrisburg-Brick anJ tile works.
Texarkana-$25,000 cotton com-
pany.
Florida.
Palatka-Box and crate factory.
Bowling Green-Shingle mill.
Georgia.
Jar-1:son-$40,000 water works atnd
el( c;re light plant.
Cclun!bus-$50.O0() hollow block aind
cem(.n; z brick fa.,try.
Atianta-$25.000 horse collar tac-
,ry: ($7,500 \oo:on company.
Indian Territory.
Purce ll-$3' .,0) c,)onstruci ion coni '


Montgom.r; Ala.. S p'. 15.-Presi
d, n n l W I ; ., iir. ,, : A ;. ; n- ,
l.': ion tf ;he Sn :ern C ; ;: a.-,)

,'mi Tht n tin,,: o; z ex.1o, "".
UoriIw"-;t-e u: : h, Sou:iin rn Co'' n aa,
-or.ian:ion re -ol:ly e'ld ;: As..-. i ,'.
Mr. Symonii.r was nlmuth( ,v;ai t( '
he ent:husia- s sho. n a: ; La.ne ti.t'Kn z
ani 'nc spae tn.id work a':-reai ac' oni-
ii;sh*'d ,x i,.e aso-:a'.<'n, and says
*he meeting trom .'ver\ point (o vl.i-
1'as a gIarea' iC,"-.:-s and means m.!,
ior ,h coi',,n r)w'rs f tbe sofitlt'.
The r,'p ) :s.'" said Mr. S-vmo'ir,
showed 'ht crop to be surpr 'nz
s;,)', ;:n a!' h" : :a'ves Vhl' *l '
:i.:I.n:ul ni tj.-(, tor c.x'" n \a% t1T .-T
(11 -< t a :lo"n i. it .as r.l .
1 *'. v d b.1 : t..- mcnmber- )r sen: ta:;
'"h (-,tT(n pa*,'er by h,' 'nl his co'-
*.on conl: dilate his own fori r- for i .
In er is. :t wvae i; )i uns,
' on ;: a:. (" n w ",:; i ,. fr i!
an' w h. -:( tw een 12 an; i 1. 7 c trn's.
aft' r h,,. d;-tress co;, I dispnse. of.
"tlie rep,'>rs all went to snow tnat.
Th n m lK es .d t(.-sunie gr< a d(itA i
nior(, cotton thi.> -.rr 'han 'iI, -') :-
p'.!s that ".was carried ,ivt-r fro)n la'I
year and thi-, years ciiop. The corn-
nmiee was in no wis< disa;poi:..ed
in t.ha: the market did not ininitli;'.i--
ly r'.spio,nd o the reTptm. feeding -as
>.ur ar' :nimical to fair pr, ,e'd (.:ton had
ir*-paled to destroy a. far as possible'
U, ffe'ct of the r-eport
"One of the mo;-i noble fo't'IrVe.
h' Sh u:,'..rn C-,ton asso:-ia iin is
that it is commanding th( attend on o;
''. husines, world. no only in ilhe
tin, '. !)ut :hiroughrout ith wh,l. cort'n-
i.r.. 1; is :evognizeld aid r( sp-" 'I
a .-a factor which pr he producer apt :h,- :n.! m niat in
k-ioser rela 'ons to :,i.- ani reasona:,hI price, a;- at Th 1ini,
I iit- a sTa'' ,)ric.. nm a i), ,. I
,'I. in I not a fin ',a' ', ma-r '..
h+:1"- )ior,' ,: r r I:'. ;'

a t t:. in :, a- a r


r I'." ' ' '
nn !.
0, , : i : ' = : :


I. N -- 4' t a- -c'r


I61T1 -


Bicyes, Bicycle Sundries


and Fittings.
CYCLES REPAIRED.
CYCLES FOR RENT.


Iron Safes, Cash Registers. Typet
writers. Guns. Pistols Locks and Um-r
brellsf. repaired.
Lawn Mowers, Scissors. Knives,
S.-'.. sharpened.
Most complete line ,t keys in th3
city.
Try ooton'.s Messenger Service
when in a hurry to sen. messages.


12 EAST INTENDENCIA ST.
PHONE 1133.



TURPENTINE STILLS.

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


ware"

column MARKETS
Naval Stores Market.
Savannah, Ga., Sept. 15.-The nava.
stores maarket closed to-day as tol-
cottGIl lows:
W W .. .. .. .................. 5 50


WG...... ..... .. .. ... 5 0


N .. . .. .... .. .. .. ...4
M. .. . ..................4
K .. . . . .. .. .. .. .. .4
. .....................4
H ................ ...... 4
S.. . . . . ... ..... .. .4
F. .... .... .. .... .. .... 4
E. ....................... 4
).. .... .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 3
C.... ...... .. .. .. ..... 3
Spirits Turpentine 62 cents.
COTTON MARKET.


65 .
60
50
45
4211


The Pensacola cotton market for
September 15 is reported by C. Gun-
ier Elmore. F. 0. B. cotton broker, as
follows:
Good Middlinz.......... .. ..10
Strit Middling. .... .. .... 10
M iddling. . .. . . . ..... .9
S;rict l.ow Middling ... .... 95,
Stains and Tinges .. to :% cents


irss.
The spot market is unchanged.
The New York market close 1 0 ..i
2') points do, ii.


Pirating Poley's Honey and Tar
SFo:e* & -Co.. Chicago. originvto '
IT,)n.- ;o:.. Tar as a throat an :i;,
rI'n !. ani on account of ith! 2:-
merit and p p;''.!;rity of Fole.'s % li -l.
ti v and Tat- n;'ny inlitaliOTs are o'
-,r d fto' i .nuine. The(-" ewor, '
ess inil .T'iou have similar sounin i '.
r'.n (ewa:-e ("' the t The a( a:
uine F'ole '- Honey and Tar ii, :n a
*.-.Oll<-w package. Ask for it anl r '


i't>ae any substitute. It is the )cs
'n~d ly for cougth.s anld colds. WV. .,
.\.mb ;e, Druggist and Apo))ih.ca:'v


(toiton-- Pulp mill.
"a -v -\'a on< factcorr.
\\'ihi ngt on-$1 -0.00 d

I : 5-!... .rick ai tnd i '
,-.. "'air tHiuff-$20.000 land and ine. -
5 -;i "- -$.1o '0)(| construction comn-; (npany.
'n, ;'.*0 b. xure company: l:(l---1L)0.000f box and venei r
.< '7 i'' v o ; v--orl:,: 0,',0- m an a- .ioy-.
;:a-::"i, ig ..ipant;. $100.4000 mini-g Oklahoma.
."' !. ;.in\. .d-.i.orld-$2 cir.a.he"y and i-
Kansas C('v--SC.000 inanufactur'ng factory.
conipan\ : $10.000) chemical works;' Q ay-Telephone company.
$10(,.000t construct ion company. Woodward--$10.000 number con,
Crs-:al City-$20.000 investment pa-:..
companV. OUkaho:ua City-$500,000 oil ceon
Car',thersville-.-$70.'00 oil nmil. paun.; $2o.000 coal and lumber c(cm-
S:rntinzt.-d-$'12.)00 manufacturing pany.
compa-in. Kiingfisher-$15.000 salt and mining
Carthage--$25.000 mining company. company
North Carclina. Perkins-$100.000 construction corn.
Tarboro-$150.00" trust company, pans.
Henderson--$100.000 bottling worKs.; Willow-Telephone system.
High Pamint--$10.00 veneer factory: South Carolina.
t2.0o0 real estate and trust com-- Anderson-Wareaou-se company.
u.any- Barnaweii-Warehouse company.
Faye-teville-Building and loan conl- Rock Hill-$50.000 warehouse con--


I


pany.
Tennessee.
Chattanooga-$10,000 ginning com-
pany; cotton waste and linter co:n-
pany.
Tu;lahoma-$5.000 saw and planing
mill.
Memphis-$10.000 tie company;
$25.000 land company.
Faetteville-$11,000 fl-turing mill.
Knoxville-Plaster factory; $25.000
coffin factory.
Texas.
Dallas-$10,000 building company.
Cl.\de-CotXton gin.
Mineola-$10.000 cotton company.
Paradise-$6.000 cotton gin.
Houston-Log and tie company;
$10,000 oil company.


Arrived.


A Doll's Worth for a $S



EVERY DOLLAR


BarK..
B,) s,,n, Nor. bk, Gundersen, 306,
I.ai',ina to orle,.
Fiery Crs. Nor bk, C'.aussen, 1399,
C(,rk to master.
Garibaldi. Ital hk, Ageno, 1348,
Gloucester to ore,'.
Huason. Nor bk, Knud-en, 771, Lon-
don to order.
Kosmos. Nor hk. Isak+son. 1227
London.
Santa Barhara. Port bk, Carreia,
633. Oporto to H. Baars & Co.
Werner, Nor uk. funner-.on. 840,
Rotterdam.


Oc!tooners.
Donna Christina. Am sch, Axelsen,
IC5. Belize to master.
Doris. Am sch. Wilkie. 310 Havana
El-na. Br sch. HInebery. 2i99 Ha
vana.
Hjaimar. Am sch, Axc'son, 55. Key
Ws~~,- to Gulf Transit Co.
Noas. Rus sch. Sneed.-ie, 333, Glou-
cestei- to Master.

Cured of Lame Back After 15 Years
of Suffering


"I had bhc.n tiro'ubled with lame back
for fif:' en y.''.rs and I found a cmu-
pe':- recovery :n the use of Chat:t-
h nsil Pa's PPaln amn." savys .John (C.
'-'it r. ( i!:' i. in 1. Thi. lin: :ini n-

b u i s' I. It is st l)v1h- a 1 ilr't


Ol] Age ad;:i B'l trimnv'y.
'w hoen li WN: S ) ;'.. ,', 1 .' ol'l
man lanese, '. ', '. v,' e: to
stay viNlh (,l : I i l I N !; ,
a uin 'ier )r o' ,.,1.,,4 l1,) 'u:' i i!, u. '
and,, ," h I.': 1) I, h.'i i :
snid to thlci,: ""\')>\. th,';'w i. lhl.. o(ld1
p'i :':" i ( ,:i 'i." (. .'i., anlld I I'ar--
ti ll i,! \\ ;h ; i V,,' 1 '; .l, ol .I n-


f(e ':10 r, ;'!r ; y. );!" "t s I y D)' ,is:Aut
to !i:;u ts ,:: ..." lu'y .il a ''d
ta -, s), In a .M1 ;s I .;,'l r.i h <:' ,

thalt It 11 nake I, g, t p'l':c 1 t1 !'k,
n1, 1est l)' Is :il." :l i ; ) she (did
F'.te !i>e;a i lin f), : fi 1) 41' l to h 'r
all tile tilee Ihe wv 1s i1 0 %rt. : v.t .l1t'u
lie aske(t her to ;-:'r:'y 'iin; sh'e 1l:-hs!'d
in his face. I. ,'I :'.:.-:: rrcs wavis ex-
tremely crvstf.iIr'.i, l:.nt 'v h n lie wll'ut
away he mnide a will settling ,very-
thiti hlie co ll ,i; ))i lil s 16; Iry:ntple.
S II-llo' W she l4' 'rd of this. ani, la s d:i
"T'eLu, after all. he must really care
for me, n;id I will mc:irry h!mn." And
phe did. He was fifty-'ight then, but


they had ten kchil i.ren.

Wise .M. P.'s.
It need hardly lie p.iluti-d out, says
the author of "Fifty Years In Fleet
Street," that to be elected a member of
parliament di'x;s not nete-mslriiy imply
intellectual superiority. Shortly after
the Burnwree war a young civilian,
home on leave, hapipetned to mention
Burma.
"Ah. yes, Burma," said an M. P.
with whom be tvas slttin' nat t:ible. "I
had a nephew who wasv iii Bzuria, only
he used to call it Bermn itt.'"
On another ceCUs;:-m. in the month of
March, some one s;i:l t Mr. Livesey:
"Thts Is a cruel e:it wi 1."
"Yes," wns the V'.-'ild I w'tty re-
ply. "I expect it will )' Easter he-
fore it is over."
This was repeated by the author of
the book quiot d to a rc--,peted rm"mbter
of parliament, who ob,- rved gravely:
"I fancy he', right. I hnve known it
last till Easter and longer yet."


ANEW IDEA!
You :may not be able to leave your family a sword. a
hall clock, or s-', 'e coaon;al relic. but you can 'eav
them what is mor,, valuabie-

A POLICY IN THE EQUITABLE.
Jus: like putting mnone,. in *he ,avings bank and your life
insured al the s-ime .:::.


Insurance,
Fire, Life.


Knowles Bros.


Gen'l Agts
Pensacola


The Union Central Life

has a lower death rate, lower expense rate, and higher
interest rate thmn any company doing business in Florida.
k abould be easy for you to decide the reet.


Santanderino, Span s-. Equrrola.
1S14, Tampa.
Sailed.
Norta Aermrican. Am tue. Ph!!a

VESSELS IN ,*'."RT.

Brookwood. Br ss. Brown. 19.7. Sa-
vannahli to the Wm S. Keys"'er Co.
Craigellanchtt. ll r s. 2267. Boston
It order.
Dulcie, Br ss, Harrison, 12S5. Faro
to .1. A Xlorri!' & Co.
Erne-to.a Span ss, Ofniacchea, 1691,
GiUlfpnr-t to F. 0 Howe & C).
G(;o I oi Br ~s. BHoa 1t,77. Faval.
He-'.-:.s',le, Br. ss, Bedlin totn, 1"S7
St. V.tU ll.
'da. Sp;an ?s. Aranan. I.iverpool to
Culf Tratii (C'o.
* Kplvingrove. Br *s.s McLennan.
193s,. Newcastle-on Tyne to mas*t.-
Maristone. Br ss. Prout. 2513, Nor-
folk to or,'er.
Br. ss Mariner, Cap'. Dubb. from
New Orleans.
Simonside. Pr ss, utbson. 195S,
S-Inder:and to J. A. 'M-,trtt & Co.
Trident, Br ss. Innes. 2:136, Cardiff
Ships.
Kaiser GPr ship Martin 1180, Bre-
nign 'o Master.


I Ifilllfllll 11111 lllIfl lllill:It Il l lt,11111 :tl*, I M Lttifl iltfrf:fn s1lTT '

SIF YOU 00D.YOUR COOKING ON A


J GAS RANGE

yoi have better meaJ.-, less troul Im greater convenIence,
aand

SSAVE HOUSEHOLD EXPENSE.
Ask us about the ruatier.


PENSACOLA GAS CO.

27 East Garden Street. Phone 145.
* i - ":- t :;ti tut*f!iu::; ::8!t i t mt z= w t. t t !. I; ?t; il fiS!,r *t)


Georgia, Flori a and Alabama Railway uo.
Carrabsle, Tallahasase and Georyia RailroaJ Co.
Sch.dale fa in,' Effect M.y 6, 19j5.


Southbound


No. 1


No. 3


Sunday
only
No. 5


Sunday
only
No.3


Iv xtlan'a (C. of Ga. Ry)....12-20a in 7:5a.m ........ ......
S Iv Mac'on (C. ot (Ga. Ry.) 3:45a.m I1:35a in ........ .......
L, Cuthbert.. . ..** .. *** 7: a. 4 ...........
Iv Arlin iton... .... ....... 9:10a.m 5.13p m ........ ........
i v tanbr'dge ..... .....11::00a.m 6:55p.m 6:20a,m .......
Ar Tallanassee .. .. .......12:55p.m S:40.op.m 8:05a m .......
I 'r Talahassee (S. A. L. Ry) 1:53p m 4:0'a.m ........ .......
Ar Jack'vl'le. IS. A. L. Ry.) 7:40p.,n 10:5-.a.m ...........
Iv--Taahassee.. ........ 2:00p.m 8:0"a.m in 1a m 8:50pin
Iv Socnoppy....... ..3:14p.nm 10:00a.m :29a.m 9:54p.m
-Lv Ianark............ 3:45p.m 10:435a.m 10:05a.rn 10:26p.m
1,v Carrabelle.. .. .. ...... 4:00p.m ........ 10:15a.m 10:35p.a
Ar Apalachicola.. .. .. .... 7:00p.m ........ ........ ........
ifSundav a.n.w.


Northbound


"-*-- wunday
only only


No. 2 No. 38 No. 6 No. 4
Tv Apalachicola.. .. .. .... 6:30a.m ........ ........ ..
1.v Carrabelle.. ...... 11:.. 30a.in 2:00p.m 6 00p.m 4:30am
1,v I.anark.... ....** .... 11:45a.m 2:20p.m *6:45D.m 4:45a.m
,v Sopchoppy...... ....12:16p.m 3:14p.m 7:21p.m 5:15a.m
Ar Tallahassee...... .... l1:30p.m 5: 00p.m 8:35p.m 6:20a.-n
1v JIack'ville,(S. A. L. Ry.).. 9:05a.tn 4:00p.m ........ ........
\y '"pallal asasedl(S.A.L.RY.).. 3:10p.:n 10:00p.m ........ ........
iv Tallahassee.. .. .. .... 3:25p.nm 6:35a.m s:4.;p.mr 6:35a.m
l v Bainbridge.. ........ 5:25p.m 8:27a.m Ar 10:25p.m 8:27a.m
Ar Arlington... ...... ... 7:25p.m 10-16a.m ........ 10:16a.m
fxv Cuthbert,(C. of Ga.Ry.) .. 8:42p.m ll:55a.m ........ Arll:35a.m
L1v Macon. (C. of Ga. Ry.).. 4:15a.m 4:35p.m ........ 4:35a.m
Ar Atlanta. (C. of Ga. Ry.).. 7:33a.mn 7:35p.m ........ 7 :5fa.m
NOTICE::-Trains NOs. 5 and 6 will depart from, and arrive at, foot
of Shotwell Street, Brainbridge.
Tickets for Train 5, leaving Bainbridge Sundays at 6:20 a. m. will be
en sale at the office of the Callahan 0s6ery Company.
*Train No. 6 will sop minutessf. Lanark for breakfast.
W., u ef-a _t aM1P1I E. 0. ALSTON.


Sablne--$24,000 lumber company. W General Manager. "rav. Pi. Aglt Gen1 Past AgL
Fort Smith-$20.000 oil comppary; Notice, Contractors and Builders TallallM t iFla.
$100.000 light and heating company; Bids will be received for the eren-
$10.000 hardware company. ;tion of a three sory br:ck building orn -.--- -
Mi.iand-$5,000 gin and power coin- the S E. corner of Gll!anarde and La N
pany Rue streets, city- for I.'i rida Lodge, f
Farmersville-$6,000 cotton gin. INo. 2491. and Es amb'ia L,)d e No. TERELY TOLD
Gause-Lumber and hardware coin- 3738, G. U. 0. of 0. F S. Plans and TERSELYBUSINESS LOCAL NOTtC
pany. specifications may be seen at the of-;- Anyoe having claims against '
Hubbard-$50.000 oil mill. flee of C H. Aisron's, 12 W. Romana -i(MBS4 ^. Iiam P. Sheehan, deceased, will ples
Galveston-$100.000 building cor-. street. All bids must be in not lator present same to Jas. H. Sheehan for
pany. then 6 o'clock p. m. (:n Se-ptember 18. payment in 30 days' time.
Italy-$5.000 cotton gin. 1905. The committee re-erves the Hendrix & Carpenter will furnish JAS. H. SHERMIAN,
Leander-Telephone company. right to reject any and all bids. Bils, estimates on building and painting, Pensacola. Sept. 1, 1.05.
Brownwood-Gas plant. must be left at the office of C. H. Als- and give personal attention to work. 2sepoaw4w.
Virginia. ton's. Plans and specifications mus: 932 E. Strong, and 824 East IARua
Norfolk-$150,000 land company., .not be moved from sa'd office,. streets. CREW NOTICE.
Lynchburg-$75.000 hardware com-i STEPHEN WILLIAMS, iNeither the Captain,own.
pany. 3R. T. THOMAS. Secretary. McKinzie Oertintg Co., wbolesalas ers nor consignees of the
Petersburg-$50,000 ice factory; tel- Chairman. and retail ship chand'ers and grocers,' British S. S. Verblna will
phone plant. ,8septlot. the only first-class house of the kind be re_-sponsib!e for debts Con.
West Virginia.. in Pensacola. Fair b'ees to all. traced by the crew of sail
Charleston-$20,000 development TO THE TRADE. vessel.


company; company to establish light On account of quarantine, we wi!l
and heating plants; water works. not undertake to establish a branch
Wheeling-Wall plaster factory; house in Pensacola until same is "e-
$10,000 novelty works; $100,000 oil ar.1 evoked. We will make all oil an:
coal company. grain shipments from Mobile. A!a.
Fairmont--450,000 oil and gas com- Same will go forward promptly. Send
pany. us your orders for high grade oils.
Padea--100,000 iron and steel com- PURE OIL CO.,
pa-y. 14septlm. J. F. Davis, Agt.'
Morgantown-$10,000 development
company. Low rates at Southern Hotel for:
Grafton-$50,000 glass factory. I rooms and board., i


Why use Ihferior paper, when you GEO. MANN, Capt
can buy Kelso Bond, F-ench Dimity., HYER BROS., Consignees.
Kara Linen, or Crane's Bond at C. V.
Thompson's 30 S. Palafox. LEWIS HOUSE CLOSED.
The Lewis House, opposite union
Sauer's extracts are thp Standard. depot, will be closed until quarantine
Guaranteed pare. All others are is lifted.
mere imitations. Ask for Sauer's. f MRS. W. J. CASTWJAO,
S12septlw Proprietrew
-Low rates at Southern Hotel tori Low rate at Southern Hotel r
rooms and board. rooms and board.


I A. 8. Williams, General Agent.








Iron Works and Supply Co.
Manufacturers and Repairers of
MACHINERY AND BOILERS
FOFG4NGS,. MILL AND STEAMSHIP SUPPLIES
STEAMSHIP REPAIRS A SPECIALTY
Prompt attention gi'en to a.l orders. day or night. Agents
for James McKay & Co.'s celebrated Log and Timber Dog3, also
Chairs of all descriptions.
Office Phone 123. PHIL WITTMAN, Mgr.
SResidence P'one 1029. P. 0. Box 123.



Order "'our
ICE, COAL and WOOD
fromza tuho
Consumers' I*e and Fuel Company. |
Ofce-Corner Chase and Tarragona. Phone 259.


YOU SPEND


't WO a- -):] company
Kentucky.
,- ^' 1 ...... .-t I!I'o( LI' ">)ry.

Louisiana.
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TRUNKS,



SUIT CASES.

For the comfort and con-
venience of your lour-
no'. whether it be by
land or water. v e have a
variety of such requisites
as Trunks, Suit Cases,
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LESS TO

PAY FOR THEM

here than at most stores,
and on er service, be-
cause 1y're the best
qua'ny goods that can be
mad e.

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


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H. 0. ANSON
CASH CLOTHIER

Phone 297

Cor. Main and Pal aox Sts
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