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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 19, 1905
Publication Date: -1985
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Dates or Sequential Designation: -88th year, no. 22 (June 2, 1985).
Dates or Sequential Designation: Began in 1898.
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Latest Telegraphic News Service--Foreign and Domestic-Furnished


by The Associated Press


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VOL. VIII NO. 217 PENSACOLA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY MORNING, SEPTIOMBER 19, 1905. PRICE, 5 CEN
1


PRESIDENT IS NOT

AFRAID OF FEVER


oh-s .PACKERS FIGHT
Wi l Permit.





Oa im berif Cases Oe Surta,
IINCRASE CONSPIRACY


W CHARGE
as Usual. -
-- Atta. GoAmnu t PTsmE I l n
AUTHORITIES 0F OPINION THAT U po n
AA-s %I a "Ac SevealTecheloal Po ats t


YELLOW JACK WILL nHAVE
PRACTICALLY DISAPPEARED BY


DATE SET FOR ROOSEVELT'S
VISIT THIRTY-FOUR NEW
CASES AND SIX DEATHS.


Chicp Trial.


By Associated PiD
Chicago, Sept. 18.-By pie in
abatement, attorneys representing
seventeen packers and other persons
Indicated by the federal government
grand Jury of conspiring tl troat to
monoBolls. thA ment bu s aW&Kck-


By Aseciated Pres-. ed the position of the &Tiw.eut to-
W 4MM~t W4rt-HMM # SuE day.
The attack was made agaIat Ini-
4 New Orleans, Sept. 18.-V1- panelling a jury; alleged Improper
0 lowing is the official report to service of summons oa John Murray.
6 p. m: a member of the Jury; unlawful ec
'- New cases today 34; total S recy at the time Jury was dMraw from
4 cases to date 2.t60. the box; unlawful presence se a stm-
Deaths today 6; total to date ographer in the jury room during the,
4l 341. 4 hearing and subseqemt writing of'
New foci S. 1 shorthand notes; that the ladictmen.s
#4 Cases. under treatment 311. were returned in the Eastern Division
4 Cases discharged 1,953. of Illinois, although the jury which"
_* found the indictments was sitting in
H***,** t ##t*H# 4w4 *the Northern Division.
The plea is very lengthy, and was
New Orleans, Sept. 18.-President filed with District Attorney John S.
tRowevelt's telegram to Mayor Behei-f Miller, general counsel for the pack-
mnan announcing his Intention to come era.
Lere as planned on October 24. if the
people of New Orleans &nd Louisiana l rni ir
Aainad himin An an o.ft-t aniv tn I1Ir II uIre


sIa D UmU o do oU U, 6UUJeu L Vc *O
the quarantine regulations of other
* states was received as an additional
Indication of the president's sympathy
witf the people of this state and ctty
a the fight against yellow fever. The
mayor will be unable to make a reply
UWati he has considered the whole sub-
fect of fever quarantines and consuk-
9d with the presidential reception
torrmittee. Governor Blanchard andl
Dr. White It is the opinion of the
authorities that the fever will practi-,
call? have disappeared before the prcs-,
Idtm it due. but tiere is some doub'
as te whether adjoining states and the
country parishes of louilsiana will be'
W-iiling to lift quarantines until frost


F[L0 Ji.


HOUSE

Home of Felix Glactkeyeron Gov-
ermet Street Was
Uml


gives assurance that there is no fur-' 1 1
other danger. An incendiary fire, and one which I LUI LL
The expectation of the usual ir-' would have caused a great deal of
crease in case. and deaths on Monday damage had it not been discovered!
t-.,er Sunday was arain realized o- soon, occurred early yesterday momrn-cret Taft n _
iaa). the deaths. h,-,i comparatively ing, when flames were discovered in S U y Taft Says Recent Riots
few in number. qx 'e.hn hose of be%- the house formerly occupied by Pelix,
eral days past. Glackmeyer, on Bast Government Wr Not tAni-Amerie
The spell of good wa'.'r awhic'h street.
has prevailed for .era days The blaze was rst seen about 4: Demostratio
broken today with frequen; showers. o'clock in the morning, and oicer Vll-
i lar ran quickly to a fire alarm box and
RESIDENkT WILLING sent in a call for the department. The By Associated Prem.
PRESIDENT WILLING trucks responded quickly, and after Oyster Bay, Sept. 18.-Secretary
TO VISIT NEW ORLEANS some hard work succeed in extin- Taft, in a cablegram from Tokio, con,
guishing the flames. veyed to the president assurances of
New York. Sept. 18.-President An examination showed that the the Japanese government made to
Roosev It today sent a message to house had been hired from both the him personally that the recent riots
Mayor Beberman. of New Orleans. kitchen and dining hall, both places in Japan were not anti-American
a'ingn he expected to arrive in thai being almost gutted. The p'rty corn- demonstrations. Mr. Taft says the
ci; on October 24. and would do so netting the deed had evidently placed rioting has srbsided and that mem-
i thI-i peoplt wanted him to come. Ifi oil or some other intammable mater-l betr of his party have not been sub-
the, want him to come la'cr he would ial on both sides and thea ast fIre to Jected to the slightest indignity. He
i:akt a second trip to is;t I ouisiaua both rooms. The fire burned rapiat.',l expressed confidence that the friend
and Arkuasas He sail he intended and but for the proWpt arrival of the! ship of Japan for Aemrica Is abid-
to do whatever th, p.iple of these department the place would no doubt! lag.
states wis ed. subject to the quar- have been destroyed. Secretary Taft says the disturb-
antine regulations of other states Mr. Glackmeyer and his family moV-.anees in Tokio arose thus: Many of
through avLich he must aftem arl ed about ten days since across the'the Japanese were disappointed be-
pass. street, on account of the fact that W. cause their hopes regarding the re-
J. Abell had died in the house of yel-'sult of the war thd been dashed to
TWENTY FOUR NEW CASES 'low fever, and had moved all of their the ground. These people in Toklo
AND TWO DEATMS SUNDAY furniture out with the exception o wished in a peaceable manner to pro-
a fine bedroom set, which was in the ,test 00o the subject but the police
Tew Orleans. Sept Ik.--Twenty-f our room rented by Abell. This was bad-. authorities unwisely and illegally
Zea cases of )ellow fever and two 1. damaged. Mr. Glackmeyer nad n' attempted to restrain a legitimate
deaths were reported bh the health insurance upon his furniture. demonstration and thus met with re
authorities up to s:x o clock Sunday No one can conceive the motive of stance. This created lioting and.
e, evening This i!. the lowest record the parties committing the crime, ex- at once placed control of the move-
siLc( Ithe .as: ,;: Jut., cept that it was done by some party meant in the hands of the lowest ele-
who was possibly afraid that the place melt and made the mob without con-
wa,, infected with yellow fever and science.
FEVER SITUATION that it would spread.
The home of Geo. PeifferwasaloTM TI
damaI MISSISSed to considable extent by COURTMARTIAL OF
IN MISSISSIPPI ster. It was adjoining that of Mr.
Glackmeyerand for sometime it a LUCI
-. . feared would be destroyed. I B IV


By Aaociate Pre.
Jcrkson. Miss.. Sept. 1IS-The yel- WILL NOT CONTRIBUTE By Associated Preas.
Sew f,'er sitnaon for the past twen-. TO POLITICAL CAMPAIGNS Mare Island. Cal., Sept. 18.-The
ty-ftour hours is as follows: courtmartlal for the trial of comman-
Vicks`)urg. '' o new cas,' and one New York. Sept. 18.-4Paul Morton, der Iclen Young, who commanded
dea:h Toza. to daTe 35 cases and president of tire Equitable LIfe As.,the United States gunboat Benning.
cie deaths. surance Company. Laid today that i ton when the boilers of that vessel
Natn,'.. two new cases. making a hreafter the lquitablo would refuse exploded in San Delgo harbor on
tola ot r.2 "o 11ia' t o nuibutde to political camlealgn July 21, convened today. Comman-
liamrbur. on. n.w case .funds. 'der Young Judge Gear. his attorney
and a full board were Vresent Sey-
Aeral witnesses were examined.
Attempted to Assassinate

S. sheriff of Manatee County As "Hold-Fast is th

By Associated Press. Bradentown. The oilers were r!.-
Tampa. Fla., Sepe. l,.-An attempt ing along the road when negroes Bred "kep
to assissinate Sheriff W att and upon them from ambust. Nelthler was SO "kep
"ihit The officers returned the Are Yout if y(
Chief Deputy Joyner. of Manatee kilhng one negro. The ot rs e ap-
oanmty, was made iast night nea- i ed !ut are being pursued by a posse.


SCIENCE WINNING

IN FEVER FIGHT
If


"U. S. DETENTION


CAMP NOW


LOCATED


Site Selected is Eight Miles South
of Flomaton on Govern-
ment Land.


A detention camp for yellow fever
refugees from Pensacola has at last
been located. It is eight miles south
of Flomaton and is on government
land, so no one can enter an objec-
tion. The camp is north of McDavid,
but when it is ready to receives refu-
gees arrangements will be made for
a telegraph office and for the posting
and receipt of mail.
Sunday State Health Officer Porter
and Surgeon Banks met at Floma-
ton and commenced the search for a
site for the camp. They had former-
ly Found a very desirable location
four miles south of Century, but the
governor and state health officer of
Alabama imagined? that tkra stego-
myla could easily traverse this dis-
tance, so they entered a stremnous
protest to the surgeon general, and
it was ordered that another site be
selected. Magnolia Bluff was select-
ed, and when this became known
about seventy persons appeared upon
the scene and protected against the
location of a camp in that vicinity.
Sunday the two officials went out
to find another site. Molino w"s
looked over, but another protest was
received. aMlly In desperation they
Veoweded to fad wU"ek t.e j-Bs
V11 Al &aF* f &A


No New Cases Reported Monday
and None Under Sus-
picion.


VERY ENCOURAGING


To Physicians and the Public is
Present Situation.

ONLY FIVE CASES STILL UNDER
TREATMENT IN THE CITY
-DR. PORTER PLEASED WITH
SUCCESS ATTAINED IN STRUG-
GLE WITH SCOURGE-GOOD
WORK TO BE CONTINtUED.



A summary of the fever sitt-
nation up to last night is as
follows: 4
i* New cases, none; total to
4 date, 43.
4 Deaths, none; total to date. #
4 nine.
Cases under treatment, 5;
cases discharged, 29. -
*


Another day has passed without a
new case of yellow fever, or any new
auspicious ones. Today there are
only five cases under treatment out
of a total of forty-three which have
occurred since the outbreak in this
city.
The summary as shown above as
very encouraging, not only to the phy-
sicians, but to the residents in gene.
al who believe that the physicians.'
through faktul work, have a last


UTIW weaut u- m. 5y-WU Of au A nr'ua-u ng- mte a lo" -
land eight miles south of lStn der control. This, however, cannot
N and about two miles from McLavid .d c.not
It is a very desirable location anov yet be definitely told, q new cases
there could b? no protests or Inter- may be developed during the next four
rupton, 'inasmuch as the government teen days, and consequently the phy.
owned the property a short d sicians are saying but little, but ire
They- ad gone only a short dis- keein. a c.
tance, however, before they came to eeig a close watch upon every
a cottage-a very small one-which case of fever that may develop in the
had evidently been deserted by th'e city.
occupant when he saw the officers Yesterday's report, however was
approaching, but pinned upon the very encouraging. Two days have
door, was the following: e o S.
"Notice: All persons are hereby now passed without a new case. or
prohibited' from trespassing upon even without the discovery of a sus-
this property except by order of the picious case, which shows the work of
general government." the physicians and those who have
After reading the notice Surgeon tbee n fumigating and screening o ha
Iponn Banks took the initiative and as he been fumigating and screening te
i represented the general governme-,nt City.


procee-ied to make the inspection,
Liinv D-Y AnB~ thp rwri lin


BASEBALL
September 18
By Associated Presa


Southern League,
Atlanta 3, Memphis 0.
Birmingham 5, Little Rock 1.
game.)
Birmingham 1, Little Rock 2
ond game.)
Nashville 0, New Orleans 9.
Montgomery 3. Shreveport 3,
innings, darkness.)
American League.


(first
(sec-

(ten


Washington 4, Boston 2, (first game)
Washington 3, Boston 11, (second
game.)
New York-Philadelphia, rain.
Cleveland 0, Detrok 3.
St. Louis 3, Chicago 2.
National League.
Philadelphia-New York, rain.
,1DbF,+ Q D~-n,-dirlw^- } fAwo ....*


nLYU IrooJiU yn, uOrst gam,-.)
Boston 4, Brooklyn 1, (second game)
Chicago 6, St. Louis 2.

POTTER JURY

COULD NOT AGREE


By Associated Press
Sandersville, Ga., Sept. 18.-After
being out three days the jury in the
case of Mare S. Potter, former
cashier of the bank of Davisboro.
charged with embezzling $27,000, this
morning reported to the oourt its
inability to reach an agreement, and
a mistrial was declared.


G1itutlon? Encouraging.


r ~J ging lng r. rteriva 'I.i L'e pm is I on -
Being Considered quired by the notice posted by the "The situation." said Dr. Porter last
eig ere. unknown party. night, "is very encouraging. In feet
d Wyman Notified, a more cheerful air pervades the en.
Karlestead, Sweden, Sept. 18.-The Surgeon General Wyman was noti- tire city. As yet, however, it cannot
Norwegian and' Sweosab delegates fled immediately of the fact that a be told whether or not new cases will
were in conference for several hours suitable site had been procured, and develop, but, hope that such will not
today and adjourned to meet when anit is expected somv word will be re- be the case. We can tell laterbo
agreement is reached on certain ceived from him during today. If so tn ter abot
points submitted to committee. the work of erecting the tents will ,
A certain element in Norway is commence at once, and It is hoped The fumigation anmi screening ofaof
opposing the proposed terms of to have the camp in readiness dur- residences Is being continued under
agreement thus placing difficulty in ing the latter portion of the week tc the supervision of Drs. D'Alemberte
the way of the delegates. receive refugees. The hospital stew- and Kennedy, and e
It is und-rstood that as a basis ard at the quarantine station has and Kennedy, and i very effective a4
of agreement Sweden has promised been ordered to report to Surgeon' satisfactory."
to signed an arbitration treaty as Banks for dcuty at once. It was reported to the board that
soon as Norway is recognized as a1 Regulations Strict. there were several cases of suspicious
I separate state, while Norway agrees While ever comfort and conven-! sickness on East Intendencia street,
to i'estroy all new frontier fortiflca- lence possible will he afforded those and being unable to diagnose the cases
tons. who go into entmp, rules will be very Sunday night, guards were placed on
Other conditions are still under strict. In fact a person entering th.2 duty. It was found yesterday that no
consideration., amp will not be allowed to depart: cases of yellow fever exited at these
undler any cirt"imptance% The en-* places and the guards were dismissed.
IMPLE LIE FOR camp will be circled by twoThose Bullet
SIMPLE LiFL ruO brhed wir, fences, about eight feet Thi B et
Pairt. B 'ween these two lines' The4bulletins which are being po*t-
YOUNG OFFICERS arner- twa:,als will patrol aa- and ed daily are not authorized by the
night to see that no person attempts State Board of Health, and do not
to pass through these two fences. come officially from the State Health
By Associated Press. Those who expect to go to the camp Officer, except those bearing his rix-
Washintn, Sept. 18 possible y the oun nd have the liberty of going where nature. Any statement made on the
simple life" is possible for young they may choose will be badly fooled bulletin board by the mayor of Pea-
army officersaccording to Major Gen- as th, regulations will be strictly en- sacolacomesdirectlyfromhim, and Is
eral Corbin, commanding the Philip- forced. not a statement or blltin of con
pine division. tions as coming from the state health
In his annual report General Corbin seven Days Detention. o or frmth
... .. ... officer or Board of Health.


says tnere is to.) requent ev
that there are officers in the s
who are unmindful of their finance
ligations. The number of comni
on this point, he says, calls for
tic treatment.
OLDFIELD COVERS FIVE
MILES IN RECORD
Syracuse, N. Y., Sept. 18.-I
fivo mile -exhibition auto races
State Fair today, Oldffeld wot
distance in 4:38, 2-5, the tastes
miles of the year.


-Ience The period or detention will be
servicee seven days from the date of arrival. j Imnpectors Paid.
ial ob- After that time a certificate will bet Yesterday the many inspectors wbh
plaints issued by Surgeon Banks showing have been serving for :he past two
r uras- that the party has been in the camp! weeks were pait off by Marshal Schad.
for that period and this will be hon- The men who received pay were those
aior by the quarantine officers In; who acted as guards around the cor-
other States. The Marine Hoe- doned digrrict.L The pay for these
TIME pital Service pays all expenses of men came from the State Board of
the camp. furnishes oeds, food ana' Health, as will the money for those
n the other necessities without any cost to who are now serving as guards around
at the: the party who may go into the camp the city.


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It


the
five


Clerk of Marine Hospital

Serv' ce is an Embezzler

By Asociated Press. ported he secured, in the last two
Washington, D. C., Sept. 18.-Secret years, more than twenty thousand
service officers today arrested Jame dollars.
W. Boyd. a clerk in the Public Health- When confronted with the charge
and Marine Hospital Service for man- Boyd confessed. Hle is abut forty
iputating vouchers pertaining to bu- years old, and married. his wife at
inese of his office, by which it is re- present being in Europe.


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THE SOLDIERS OF THE NAVY-By Waldon Fawcett.


belke am's soldiers nf tie Navy, that In-
Valualie pollce f(-r-4 f lth -sea. has ;ptely
Ien most busily ecra"-d It L protcitig
Aam eca interests ir pretty near:y everr
quarter of the lglob". IA:.'do from tbh war-
stlps flying the Stars a:t Strip.i t. protect
our i0inltter in Korea; npol1'- ihe lrthifus
of Panama 'mid the r uittenrinps rf wr
shielding froti harm tbe An'eri.t*s in that
botbed of revolutions. SaL r'n.rtLin:gr: rard-
tag rnlted States Cor:.sil iklir.r IL his pil
grimage as i trade druman r intc' thb hart
ot Africa. and enforcing ; r;' r tr.aitme! t
of our people by the Tvurk's ur ruly pubth-ct'.
this body of t .OOf Yanke flght s have liter-
ally had their bands full.


whc-h carry them from one scene of trouble
t< a?;, n t rr.
To. I. sure. they don't have anything to
do with iavgiatlnr the ahip or almingr nd fir-
Inc th1e ,1g9 gun,-tlbh seamen attend to these
t!:,'r.gs--ut they do sharpshooting from
r,-rhes h.ighb up on the great masts: they
t rk the rapid-fre. or so-taled machine
gunsr, which fire hundreds of shota per min-
u!,; atd If worst comes to worst and men
from n: enemy's ship try to board their
v..-,l Ih .y are relied upon to meet them
7! hAt l."il(-t and bayonet and send them tum-
I 'int ibark iz.to the all-conquering waves.
nweve-r. ams ba been said, the most mar-
v loaus achievnienth of these all-around fight-


pick and shovel and Is relied upon to be
able to throw up an Intrenchment In the
quickest possible time. Finally, he must
know how to send signals by night or day, a
class of work which in the regular Army Is
looked after by a special corps of spclally
trained men.
And who are these men who do so many
things well? Some of the best specimens of
American brain and brawn, it might be an-
swered. who wear Uncie Sam's uniform.
The marines are In very truth picked men.
They are all between 18 and 36 years of age,
ard. not one is over 5 feet 6 inches in eight.
Their nomadic lhe renders them prepared at
all times for the une-pected. They are ready


to leave at short notice for say nook or
corner of the earth, and they are capable of
shifting for themselves In any surroundings
from the frozen wastes of the Polar regions
to the tangled Jungles of the tropics. Not
only can the marine paddle his own canoe
In the military or naval work-a-day world.
but he Isa also accustomed to fighting shoul-
der to shoulder with the seaman, the soldier
of the regular Army or even the militiaman,
and readily falls Into their ways as occasion
may require. Mure wonderful still, these
%ersatile warriors can. on unusual occasions,
such as the Boxer revolt in China. co operate
effectively with the fighting men of other
nations.


Ing, target practice and bayont exercise.
as well as all military duties and cvremo-
ales.
Following the fashion of the armies of
the world, the niarhi-i'< now wear khaki
when occasion warrants, hut when in full
dress their uniform Is perhiaps the gaudlest
worn by any of Uncle -am's warriors. The
caps anud coats are of dArk tIlue; tihe trousers
and overcoats. Ight M!e. ri n trinminil:gs l, i;
of scarlet. The i;nisiians wear so'rlet
coats. These mnusi byia::s. ly the way. fr-itn
an interesting component part vif the MIa-
rine Corps. Enlisted men ef this ser ice
make tp tlie famous Marine 'liand, i which is
stationed at Washington. and furrisle.s
musle for the great receptions at the Wh:te
Hou.s. and all the important ul>l'e fni:c-
tions at the national capital, whereas drum-
maers and buglers are to lb fiouwl on all
United States naval vessels e::rryi:g dv-
tnchments of marines. These "'mitie boys."
as they are termed, are lads ranging: from
14 to 21 years of age, and they are prepared
for their duties by a year's trainling at the
governmental school for drunimers and
buglera at Washington.
In the matter of comfort the marines
usually fare better afloat than ashore. For
one thing, their food when on boardl ship is
the regulation bluejacket ration, which Is thi
equivalent of 0 cents per day, but on shl,r'
they receive only the army ration. v.hi costs but 17 cents per man per lay. On slip-
lei-ard, too, they have a pretty comifortablle
plaec to slep, whereas on shore qciiarters arc-
likely to be somewhat crowded. dun- to thi,
fact that In order to travel in ll!it aimrph-
:ng order, the marines are not alor'we'd to
indulge themnselves in the luxury of re:-:.
tion army tents, blut must t e' te*nt ,'
round typoe-like canvas house". into ,. of
which 1; nimen crowd, slorping ith ihi"tr
heads together at the center ple and their
bodies reaching out In all directions Ilk4- the


spokes of a wheel.
The intertIs on' shipnlarIl ,nr. in r'ir
Instances virtual va t-a;. for t,, : i. i :' : .
when compared to the sTrenuus. :;ier,-
racking police duty whil h ,.fte- ftal-' :hoir
lot when ashore in fori,'lzi :;idis \ ; ;, :;
marine '.s supp'setl to krowv -onthin of
the son. he is not presui"i, to tbe a ', '
mann. ar']d is nrevtr cal!,i up;o;, t, in.; coal
th]o ship or perform other uior r I'-, 'in -
pheasaint tasks that art' the l,-':Ie'ars .-f *'',.
"Jackles.'" I' fact. ali ".' so'' ,n','*
pation of marines adco:t ;ir'- stch lg'.t ta.iks,


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rapidly vrowia n navy the enlls:mentt so1
tiltes show 20 foreigners to 1 American.
sand : 4- hoping for too much to e1pe*t 4
set of foreign sailors to be true to the fag
,*ic'dr nal circumstances. .Mor* than on.
naval otfi.-er has confessed that on the eve
of a criu i he sl.*pt more soundly knowing
that he had i the maril'es on his ship a
tbody f I, al. th'oroughbred Amerlcanls
upoti whom h ,e -'oiil depend to stick by tim
ship and the tfla through thick and thin.
The officers the Marine Corps are oe thb
same footing as to rank and privileges as


f~ i2


Taygir a C


as guard or sentry duty and service as
"mnIl orderlies" or office ni messengers be-
tween ship and sh,'re, a class of w,,rv .TV
the w y., ehi ih inabii le the fr: :... ::: :
who ar anssig!:,l to it tu turn many an extra
penny hr :;-:;;.g purchases or -xecuting
comniishlons fo(r the seamen and the less
lucky mainr's whose duties will not permit
them to leave the ship.
Thie marines have one uriblue and Inter-
esting function which would sugge S Itself
to very few persons. They constitute the
greatest safeguardl against nmutlny wli,'h
the officers 4 the Unted tBTfiiWa~i$ e
to rely upon. It may appear like straining
a p'''l: to talk about mutiny on ou if 'Un.: e
Sam's warships In t1ls age, but it must be
remembered that In seeking men for our


similar grades In the army. Of late a move-
ment has eten inauguratle to give them I
higher degree of technical knowledge, and
S'he young njan who t4plres to an offleer'l
position in the corps must now spend a year
vr more In a school which has lately been
established at Annapolls for the Instructioa
of co-mils!ioned officers of marines. Unccle
Sam is nalo indicating In other way bhie la.
creasing appraiatihn of the Importance of
this magniftlertf lighting force, and whereas
the highest officer of the marines could, a
few years since, have no higher rank than
colonel, General Eili..,t. the new command-
ant who has heen in command of all the
American forces at Panama. rejeise In the
rank of brigadier general.
WALDON FAWCE?'YF.


Dinner Giving in Washington.

BY WALDON PAWCETT.


imer gtcg to fbte popular. ard one
.A'ti al aot say utwifrfral. mode of enter
lining at the natioi .; capital. In ,tl'er
-* ;r limpitatlltie' tak. a wide rage <.f d.f-
-t-ni form, tincuding curd part*,*, lsl.-t.
*-,'lons and mrumcaes, without atgrnue
r* consplnou ly pr-dminlna ,r fiivor. bi: at Washington all otherfrnc-
Smrnke lbut a poor c mparino in ruumel-
r. mportanebe-sidethe ditters. great and
m:.:.. which arte ,f nightly occurrence from
nsie end of the of(cli al -aeon to the ith'r
There are o real reasons for this gt.er'al
preferce for feaMting ab a social vehlc'e.
For ce thing. tI e very air mt ine'.-- SatL'.s
,'St of grove-nmtlt is fnl' cf pe r ,'I. Sad
pliHrea, alike to dlpi'tracy and stactrraft.
mamy be dIscus''d. to thc I.e'-t d'uantage'
,eenmd a w'!ell -d,- ,'"-rd "Ther nmougtigle
eMat wmobt-fter perwns In Wa&harigton
aTe many ,.p',.a'' i" live lwsa aceu.-
tomed to "dln'!.t ut'" pr :' y cltinuous'y at
'the inopeat rap'tal. tndt. tIo coniequene-
e proi e to accept *h'. 'e* inritat.oncs which
give hint of at appena:hi_: menu. rtalvy.
ltie President ird Mr-s l-otrvelt t'ave t6
the failon it dinmer gi..ng. Prrctlc'.i
'erry preoidset t vi N ','s i(>aT'i.-I'dl the Wli:,
Honoe haI- fiv-'" a g :c- e "s svirner- f
*banqune#t. but n' re 'f t p*dee~-orsc,,:,d
comparee ITI i'r< Pr : l.,,>'ev':: In ; .v -hb
Dos of ei-'tai: rt'
The -bite 'n1 rA- o r-'- he, d!v;d,'d
leto two Penernc e' i,-- 4 i' it n, : f
the state ,!.;:i, s i .. t, t i,;. f M ..
rate st# d 114 l';1 I.:',. V l.aiL. '' :
ea rt! y ,'t r : : ,' "* cI p : : "
co ps th'< S ; '" r \ "'.:. ,'-' . .' ,
of oflirla;' -ir ": "" .- '- ' l-;"fc "
lbnr'o : ', '
Ienr: "t M' -


F ,le U:1:..
T)'f P- '** '~ 1 ; l. -* 1 n m .:


a:one. and bir tse'dm A,,es.. The White House
cooks 0e.4 a stret.ut.uu existence, for often
they ,. t ., k- U7.> 15 'minutes in advance of
'Ite* t.rn f, ",s-. : a tlhi flr t course bow
n'a' y i a ;n w : '.1 w;: to tab!,e.
Or. or(Tn'B-y (eccas' : 7.,.r7"-'3' 'c:ocklsthe
S(I;:.; r lur P t"i'p Whit, Hm-t'. but state
I It '.ut "- :Tr r.'or -r-e irv, ;t. t n '-:ock. The
're.-' dert. en-nrcetic" a h It 'u"rylrg at w a.l I.:np. ;: i'-t ', -n tl,at
lte ri*-* fr,niu the t ,i, v it,. I". than 4. i:l:n-
ut,4-. l:- asf 1'. "tn;:>i l':'I!I;'e: -s .n: ,:'le(s
el ".! 1 :pwV'atl -f ;-I : .T';r. even w\i'tn
thbre !- tL' r, S-ponw to .k asts. I I'p'n ,'di-
nfi: ', *- i ''.s the in.'ne i l, t the W >:i7 *- IH..i:-"
*"e pr, parked iby the regular cook '--(G rn'..r
women or (>-.,red cooks are usua!'y 1 :u-
ployed in th.s capacity--and are served iy
rcvltar Tmp:o.yes of the White House- d
m s.i;c ,:. ;:' ;' ;: lint M r It.o c'v'l.
1: fti :n;"t'r 'of .-at.- dinners. did ro f,i':-'w
lie ,xamntie of many ,of her prr.dees. ;.m
l'bt iia.t:iurated the p'Rn of having these lbi
rJpac.:j- l.'prred iard served by professict1,i.
ct ci-i rq.
I\ ilNt' bth pact few years Wash!ngton
S'*( s g. :: ra I h o .me to rely Tipin
," C O ',i ;l W :t. mn k :. i i:-;.; .s ,of flurmilb ;:.ng
S I,' r*t:'n, rea re'dy -' !;. Mit y w'met; ,-f
i t ;i 1 t,.' :x\- IIIs T-. 'r uin:pp--(l with
'. y d. ,; : : d w l ;;. i lt ,.
*:,,- , .* .,rk f ,- ;p:- t' ,>,', forn ,.,i :; t
l oe tr,, jt as w.i a"- ,,t,. I w tnak.- a prac"
h ,' f I .':g it: th-' prr f - -- Innt. ra'i rtr.
i" ari t a Si s iii'.h t; rlane ar'l w.'- ry
S::-d b ', r *,.'' I:r cy. r of d:u-
: .r- *. .. r. ,' : :. 1 i i nr;: ;. ali

S :. : *' F, '!:t i; ad!V's t. ;i-aiur',- arec
.. x, :.r at ,i (t'ar f 'lac
-.' v:ir '' .f n ,;.- !::, rn k '' -
* ; !.:: 7' :" ,- .5'' ..- i -U C at;l. rwj.0 Ic'

Tt," '' t ^o ',i' e ~''.- dioes a', pp- sn *
i ,' -. t k' l ; tr an c Tn lderalt e x[


tent. S :j di('hes nare. to b, sure, prepared
there by .- own men and! n::der i his ,w it di-
reri n. Iit'] a snrprisil m i-roportnrt < f the
de ';- r : jro .'r e,.' d :u 11 own c-i.iti ih-
nment !:.i l. 1'-,:bt to th: .onne rc-ady to
ser-vs and pl ::' hut. if :, d mie. t'f irse.
the caterer at:4lciclo to pr hiding t:e -propr"r
n"mnl-r of vw:'!ters to sry-, the d t'riir. n il
he *. ei: o 'r **- the ftloiw r's 'i:'l .. attci.ls- to 1;,
en:ire decor-i'lo: of the d.: : er tabc' and tl ,'
dinl n :ip.:'-t:L.--ut. unles'. the h'I -; s 1:-
somj- sp.'ein: ideas of her own uhich she
wishes to carry -.nt herself.
A! mIlht e pxpeeril. these scrvliors who
irft worry front m the hot:dersof the femir!ne
leaderss of ?.--Wrla: and offil;a: life charge a
pretty p!:::.y for their pain-. A t-itte bainquet
at the White ITou.e. at which fri 70TO to 90
persons are pres-n'. csts t(' (l'Pr-sidit from
MO00 to L.OAO. no'twitl standing the fact that
he has reo :;t'la for flowers or mnint, ioth of
whit'ih t:r- furnIsl:ecd at th' 'xpePise of IUnile
Sam. and the pr!iati dinne.r-civer m:ay i-x-
pond anywher' from $1 to I2.'i ptr pt'tv, de-c
per.df'nr ro: o:'y T1,'po' the characrer of th,
menwu ite'f. 1 nt upon the brands of wines
served. t:.<- pr. t!i.ttioutsnesp of ti' lloral dis-
play and othr inelder.a: consider:.tio.ns.
After al., however, when the terrors of the
pres-fnt 'day s.-rvant prob:,!in are taken into
cons:i'l-r:atiln. t Is quepstloa whi.thr .the
caterZ 's so rvicp is not well worth the price
for th-. i :un: r wo can nff,,rd it. Just :!s an
i::nlstrtl n if the lpon, flts of the new .yttm.t.
it :may 1. \'.:;*,-' t ;Ilhat the f'i l!,,.ab:e
caet r,~ '- r. th,,* ,':' pit'a. i-.n. y ., ff 'enI: con-
t'.lr ., ('. (:,'M. P ap:..' -ymei t. st l;!'en as
wr.nt,.r- a v'-.i.,r t In t i'': k-". c,.':"ge Ioyv: and
oli, r N\\ hel1p wu h!:li w nild l e. qnite i--
yr'l :i,, r "h of the Ir.dvldia; hostess dC-
p'rdl ,'t up : nm thi ,,mpf:oymne-t n -*r-n to ,. tiey hliavft rniif -it,.n rinu'ary on their
payr:.e, and a ho-ttes is 1t rt ppa;led at the
;ast irnute by a prospect of mirth wilhout

However, If the wives of the nation's lead-


Ing offilclis are spared some of t:he trials .tf
(innmr-giving that ivfa:l many o-f thl-ir sW-
t-r.r, they have oiler w r"'s q(t;.it. ::i srri)us.
One of these is the .,bsecrvancr crf r(!fle':l pre
cedenr.,. which is the great lingtiar of offi-
clai socIety at thce capital of the nation. 1:
may lie a trifle difflc::It for the average p r-
-otn to unItd'lrsmt...d how '"::ele Sum ntc. id Ih.'
i;mvo'v .1 Int senria-, tnro-it l'', with %i pti'ouvm y '
fr.. 'l y nitio]" J-; T o ,- :. 1 .iM '- .' t .' --.
pr!'.i c eci:!zen of thie ipu bli., n': w' ; Iti'
!Mti tPer front Swi-zerland t i wak; out to
d'' :.-:" ahncad of the n tnilih:jqnldor from 1iy.:.
but Itlat is what \iou:d be very ;ik. y tohap-
p--n. Indeed. it ihas happen, d( on more than
one occanlon, uaid high oflic:als of two powers
shli are lhed gravy (.-trei-por.d-i:ee over the in-
nocernt dinner of soine well-meanlig ihoat.ss.
Th.- State Dep::rtmet ktnd.y Isuies each
month a iittle l-',k which tel s perturbed din-
ier-gliers who precedes who,. aind \ hi fol:'ws
who among the foreiFn dip:ornis:t at Wash-
ILgton, but this d.-s not si'- ai;l 1the trou-
l,.' icy any mni(a -, for a hostes-s niu.t k(,ow
wil ro to sit the foreign dignltsriPs with ref-
orctnce to prominent American (fielala who
miay hi. present, anTd vlce versa. with due re-
gard for the rank :and dit:niiy of every person
,'oncerrted. Moreover, a hostess reed not be
surprised If. upon inviting a prominent man
to be hPr guest at dinner, she receives a re-
qutest for a list of the other guests who are to
ibo present, nor is It ony the cttled strangers
within, our gates wiho thus insist upon approv-
ing the personnel ..f a dinner party ere they
awi; consent to come to the feast.
It is because of th se p!tfalls In dInner gi v-
ing that the social secretary thrives In Wash-
ington as In to other city In the country.
The perp:exed wmnan. perhaps suddenly
thrust into official life by her husband's an.
ecptance of appointive office, who stands
aghast at the prospect of being compelled to
entertain a1l these high and mighty folk of
easily ruffled dignity. turns with a sigh of re-
ilef to the young women who make a business


of knowing t'e d' i :: n o!s n1 .a h
lngto soelpty.. ad a v w din a:. that *-!i
caterer do',- nut do. ft .ii r,. n 'i:.L.o out iv.ta
tion' to seoti:.4 i:.s ,; tab Ma3.1 f
these so.ias': .t'r i'ti- .. -er'.' n I .:.;
tress For linta. M:-- T-al : I : c a r.
who i s'caln .. Mrs. 1..,-- ev '' l'tlrt .'.t:r n
ant, perforrmr a sim:!;ir rvi- f i r ,:.
Thomas N, O-nD Parn. wf- f :L. :h,,--. a:.
other promin''rt womitn.
The- mania for d!nn3 r alvinz !,* ?h, wi i-'.'l" I
moet beautiful city has Ibr,ughlt alb'ut: n
peculiar condition which en:m, ei f<, :
aey other American colnnmtry- :ir:.
the practice of invltifng tn,' :r:n r ,ro> l.+ ::
men whom the h t'"s ;,,i. p. r~ .:< ::
a:U her guess, k ,r:iv .,n.y i ., r..; :. \
oc!y do eC!'br!"o ; i ; :;-i rrt. -
dinner Invita;ions from s c'a:.r un.,.
people whom they never saw or h;i aVt I f
in a surpris!ni:y .: '. f
accept them. Tt." yi':g' r 3d!p,,' .. r
the especial prize* It: :h. 'n :
which good d.:: r -- ar- ':. - .' -" -


Any one who p's-ss a r '" --.
pearl can priz- ti 1::L . :: .
of the g-ms ui:r'ng t-..- -
put up the mar--ke,: ,:r '* '. : -.
ously. Some dedf er -,s .T a ;
run up to ten Imeqs w...: :
five years ago. S > :-p -- .. '. ;
set trinket of a -rr-
ure now ten tir n the : 'in,- :
to Its owner.
Fabn'oum s pr:-.f- '...- ;. '
the last few rears fw.- p 'r s p,-" ':.:
largeand beatlifi:'. tn 1..- A':
tralla not :ong g,' i's :.o '.- I. -
don jeweler aT 6W..0i',.
The fact of :hP <.x .' : -
these grms i:'- n : .
gifts among '
There is a s" :
K'.rg Edwar. :' I -. \ x' ..:
they were .'. .
on each birth y. -- :


ar~ ':"2-se'*rc.trtr ~d'.* 'a~"''~"' l -

'ld~' -' ari '*. '"''S

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S x" -s ar.. ,a,'..,- '..' :; I 0',
' r
.- -.. c i -; o r.oya.t3. L- ,ttA .., .-.
.- o'. ,a ,f lta:y, the T-'nmza f
I M.Iar '-,'' "th- P-ar: ', "01.',v"
-, .-en A:exardra, in the nar jJ- m't.

fab:'. .',s price asked for a '*rIng cf
'exhl>Ited by a London jew,:..er u:
I'ar s iExpoition was V I tm I, ,-..r-
'd foity-fli'n pDarn ST:. a pr- r*..;
"f .rie ,.at .,f the ord.a r., hbt 1: i<
S :':'.'':. f r 2lg:- -tr.i.+-. of ;'.I 'i
.rr:. a i .:. rrc-k :.c-' t' .'. a-.) whb '-
r... n, '- "+,, t(, $2.'00-.
,-:.igm to :he shape, co'.r, :rstre !!:.j
-kr. f p,-ar.s. !t ,s .tomethntL of a flc,-


c' w-k


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*n h c
A; t- 3 r W 'Oa

S. .': w th;-
-- : -- .i." i=r ry ,.
r of S -n-
f- an and
"" ': "r.-.n- l oa
S t ',:; r3 Wno bhad

'I.!i.\ FAWCET'T.

-.. trough to
"I'-'"* tke of a
,. 's or It ,f an o I@
+- .: .-' win.:,. Y IarI ar"
.r - j-w'. .r gt:;ng a
f ;p-ar.s 'ol.ect'd.
S.. *''..' ::rc arc.cot be lar-
S"." *'i.t a-"-ra. y srs. or
S' .a. v-ry r,ften for just
". ,- f,.ind for I:s comple-
S ... -, gr.-a: the Jewel
.. rn'r'y perfect as It 1l


POINTS.

Porcel: i'n is being ised for water pIpea

Ther,- are but fl:y flour ml:is la ait

T'.-re are asbat lltOOO,O0 Cathol!e ie
theb- I' altel S!a -es.
Traveli.ng bathsi en one of the RuBtas
railway. are ti. latest prvT!slon for Its e .
ployes' comfort In the snut;ying districts.


'


High Price of Pearls.


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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, TUESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 19, 1905.


and we will quote

prices on anything

in our store.

All you -hart t,) do is to
drrop u a ; costa o) '"s ',-
ph ine aund gt- :- sam-
idei ('b w(o-,k on, alil we('
vili si,i :i. re"-' If w(
1 .' : yo it w iil
DROP US A LINE TO-DAY.ng

DROP US A LINE TO-DAY.


C. C. Goodman. Geo. Arnaperger
o>oo*******************e4


COTTRELL'S Photog1ra
Will Be Re-opened About Oct. 1st


R. K. WHITE,
Watchmaker, Manuvactwring Jewes.
and Graduat Opticlan.
Tk S Pa;afoz Striet. Pensacuela. nl


1 ERStLY TOLD.

G W 11\ia of 1H 4 -,." a:.;i' No 2,
if <,,i; ,. ;,L ;,m* .'


,< ,, ilia .; : i i s ':', ' .i .
r<-e er ia ? a. t; rii,> u
Timb ir Cu'.(timan Thls. F r':
s-i. ieaxv ;ne ; n i.-rnirn." fos' a ':l; "'
Ahout tlr which h time hi wil' v.- i \;il Ius piIi s
within hi s jiri-i-d1w:hn in 5 arch of
lost lumber and ti mer.
The Journal want adi are money-
maker.s for n.an pieop', in Prensacrla
and from u:ho'r t(ii -- i? wz ... Tr,'
Journal ,.- runtr, ng a lH-:Ip Wan:d '
ad. nyw for a tirm in Lti krpooli. Eng-
land.
The Journal has a large number ot
answers to classified als. for MT
Green. Q.. No. 22. iH. B T.. K. N.


NEGRO WAS SHOT


AND THEN ROBBED'


"Dock" Gulley Was Found Dead in Clump of Bushes Near Bayou

Texar Sunday Morning-Four Bullets Had

Been Fired Into Body.

The remains of "Dock" Gulley, a, ticed Gulley to the spot in order -o
r:.er., w,,i known about Pensacola. find where he had secreted the trunk
*. t ,' lock in a clump of bushes near cured, in whicn Gulley lost his life
IaOoNU Texar, between Gadsden and. F T


(' -van'ts streets Bort murder and
r(>':tbi r. nali been conl:nitted. as X-as
pi;:niy shown by th-,e appearance of
s 1) The crime was committed
Sa:urla night.
Ti;, firstt known of t tr crime was.
(-en "FFortune" Btlbte., coaiored, r>.-
por',d t*ie finding of the body to a
niiiiis;er. The matterr immediately 1.0-
'.fie, the police, and an investigation
\was begun.


Shot Four Times.
V% hen the officers reached the scene'
ihey found the man laying upon hi-
f:ae A bullet had passed through theI
brain, and had evidently been nred at
i(.', range, as powder had burn-ed


rounild tLhe u i iUK.
A Journal carrier boy and one of the
collectors, who was accompanying aiml
on his route,' found the missing trunk
Sunday morning as the papers we-e
being delivered. Lee resides at 908
Gregory reet and the trunk was
fouid in some thick underbrush about
5" yards distant, having been broko.i
open. At the time only 60 cents
could be found in addition to a quan-
tity of clothing.
A photograph of the owner of the
trunk was also found in it, and by this
the collector was enabled to locate
the party, and he then proceeded to
th. house where the man resided anda
notified those residing there of th-e
it con, ,rsrv


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;. a, r ". I ] r' (r I -
of Fr. 1

'.,ns'i $ "i a "ii : ,' I .'i'"
anL. an :. I . .as '. r I:' 's L I



Four Spoonsful of



Grape=- Nuts


Johnson. J.. 444. P. K., R. C. R., Lewi s at breakfast will add
Permanent. Owners will please cail splendid
for "hem. I splendidtone to the
Hon. Jas. M Muldon returned to the Mental Machinery all
clt. Sunday after an absence of about day.
t.ix weeks, which he spent in Malie
and New York Mr. Mu:don cut short Ther'S a Reason.
Si. vacation on accouuL of yellow fev-
ge heing in the city.


Police Officer W. H Connors was.
4aken ill Sunday night while on duty
on Palatox street. and was compe'le.i'
to go to his hoie on Reus stretLt,
where ahe is now under treatment. It;
is expected he wAll be able to resumed
his duties within a short time.
Police Officer Fred Humphries. who
ha-ts. en unable to attend to his du-
ties for some time past owing to ill-
iie-s. it. slowly recovering and expects
to bl, out again the latter part of thi.
Wa' k. ,
Advertiseamnt*s mking for sealed
bids for the removal and disposal I
garbage appear in this morning's
S Issue of The Journal. The advertise-
tment should have appeared sooner.
bu: owing to the many du:ies impos-
ed upon the officials during the yellow
fever scare, the matter was overlook-
ed.
The employees of the police station
and the street force have been enjoy-
ing excellent fish chowder and gumbo
thft past week. which was- manie by
Turnkey Kramer and "'hers on dut"
tl'ere and which was served not only
to those at work, but also to a fw
friends who were off duty late in tbe
might in the immediate vicinity.
Dr P'rank G Renshaw. who has been
off on his sunitier vacation. which he
wa.- spending in Washington. return. d
to the city Sunday afternoon. Tihe
dw'or Intended remaining in Wash-
ing'on for soi', I tl'o longer bu;:
learntied of th<, prevalence of yellow
ft v,'r hetie de:i *(. :" 'urn at an
m t"r ;.!r daie and aoff.,r his services
dn' :t.: ':";, p. ri,, :.'i.,: the tevt-r re-
i .8 It..; a-o.".


A-k or croc.- f',- Blue
L 'tim, a:d V'nrt::,:a I: r-auc:s
less j .a ,'-> ; i. .''' :,


R5:at'son
Tak- s


MAS PURCHASED THE
ARMY STEAMER BAKER
-4-
T'h. arnmy so'anr PRak.r. whv'cli
ras t-.en 1.h11 n :''" \~t e',.t: '.n ac.la
and For": Ba"ranci- atuIr:it' "*, pa-
few month .. dhs.'. ,, s,':d hb the d-
p r. in 'io :. 'h,, ;iii':;i.. rs I, :r 1 M -
A":is:,r- B-;. I N Y irk. The pur
.tase pr:c, wa- S-.,I'v
Cap:. Jas .Mel'i-. arrived here
.Msterday tro t N, ,rk. and wi!L
take the s' atirr 'o 'ha: ptr:. The
vt-ssel m's 'br)uirih- 'utp t~r'o'm Barran-
can ys lt. a- .' i now mo.W,.,
ltmnpgide of Pala',x wha-f


Low ra'e- a- Southern
rooms an3 board.


HoLel f;r


NEXT SUNDAY


SHERLOCK HOLMES,


s cur.rig tel; man who committed the' astride the fen q or gate post watch
Cr-.me, and by their quick work were ing them lpaIm ,long. Only a few
,naleiid to procure considerable evi- more days and this pleasure with th.,
., e whic-h could not otherwise 'boys will be stopped as CLrof. J. M.
i.ave be n gotten. Tate will have them In the school
King is Very III. room filling their young heads with
Wmnh. T. Kang. wxho was stricken useful knowlegt.
:' 1 yl.owov l\,"-r several ,lays ago 'Several Pensacolians are making
hi boarding house on East G "t-Tinint stre':, is now in a very sc- vheir homes during th-e yellow'feve'r
i;is, cindi' on. It is feared that scare. We have hear', several talk
I' x;:;l not s.irvive the attack. of returning to Pensacola.


OLD SORESI MARIA A I

ROOTED IN THE BLOOD --
Old Sores are the result of a deeply Special to The Journal.
polluted, foul blood supply. The blood= 1 Marianna, Sept. I --Mr. Jack
s filled with poisons, and as it finds an Hatcher returned home f: in A:lan i
outlet through the ulcer, the surround- Saturday night. He "vi hell there
Ing pats become diseased and the sore i n quarantine for s- :a' lav.
eatseeper intothe tissuesndfleshand Messrs. L. M. Nir:-- and Luri-
becomes a permanent trouble. Watson, who have b,,- .n t,.rgia for
*ome*wra ago while at work.. I bll the past week, arr:' ,; s: ,, night..
over truck and severely injured both! Their many friends v quite auxi-
ofmyshins. My blood became poisoed ous to hear from ft 't.. n tl- ev su.*-
as a result, and the dotor told me I
would have runain sores for life, and praised every o::wn :i ng ihoine.
that if the t. ere cloed* up the result Services were b. i in all the
would be tal Under this discou-rag- ,--',,
iar report Ileftoff theirtreatment and churches yesteri ay.
resorted to the use of8.8. 8. Itseffects The people of r air :, ahored on
were prompt an gtifying. It took the banks of our pr it rvr t
only aashort while forthe med' lineto
entirely oure* up thesores, andIam not witness the greats's:t : linain'o dead as the doctors intimated I would us, by our btless-, !. I an] Sav: r.
be, neither have the sorema ever broken ,. r T .
out again and saome twelve years have Ar Geo. C. Home. N. .. ilK: -
elapsed aincewhat I have described oc- non, Miss McKinni: < Ru'h 31 :-
cu.re. Uavinrbeensosignally bene rit and Mi iz" I ar.-, n "
Eted bits u e I can heartily recooi .
mend It s the one reat blood-purifier.' aIptiZe]. WXe loj)w .ia:' )ipray ?t.-
Wheeling,W. Va. J.W. FUlDIS. them a good Chrisi.::: .
Care Bchmulbackrewing Co. We hope now ha tfo e se em
Salves, powders, plasters, etc., do no to be over in Pl ', i:1 i*a' w' w'il
good, and the sufferer gets disgusted and have more mail t'ro :i \v- .t. It Itis'
often despairs of curingan old sore. The, been all coming aro: t iyR \ er Junc-
trouble is in the blood and until the poisor-. tion.
ous matter that is keeping up the ulcer is: The ladies of thi, M thodist church
driven out the place cannot heal. S. S. S. have raised the funds t- make sve .*-
reaches these old sores through the blood al needed improvenint ;and the work
by removing every particle of poison or is fast nearing conipl)e::on..
impurity from the circulation and build- Work on Jundge F. 1. Carter's new'
ing up the system. It makes the blood residence is pro rea,,n.u rapidly un lfor
heal thy so that Contractor Moor,' supervision. Mr.
S as it circulates Moore, expects t,, lin w-ork on, ;thb
to the diseased three-story Jno. Carr building by the
parts the tissues first of October. "T1:. postoflice wlhi
are strength- occupy part 4, 1 ,tirst floor. It s
ended anti the said that, whel lh,' ii r,,f1i, e is movod
PURELY VEOETABLE. sore can heal tnew quarters. w,. shall have rhe,
naturally and warmest thin g iw ,.. ine (si avn offie
permanetat. If you have an old sore warmest thing in t line of an office
or uktc not waste time with salves, in West Florida, b. Iween Tallahassee
powders, "4astera, etc., but write for our and Pensa,'ola.
book avkik for any medical advice yoa A nice rain is fa"'ing this event g
wish. We'make no charge for either. ant does not c1ni ao aiss- as our streets
THE SWIFT SPECIFIC CO., Atlanta. Gar.a. and Mis. E. Graves are sel
ing out their house ii ]l furniture -i
a reduced price. "'Il y \ 'ave us in
few days for th.ir .dit !hnine in \V:
F. M. WILLIAMS, coi-sin. They have iale friends si .mn,-,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER, siding here who wili reinrt to
Ofce, Bromnabam building, next I hem go.
to Pensacola Business College. r A g ogeboon. T.e Psac,
Promnpt attention always given J ournal's represented ie Poi ha' a
to bu$1nesa. P.~nsacola Fla. Iday. He is wearing one of tasws' >tls,,.
___that can't be rubbed off vithii t:u rof
side of a brick.

-i G- -- -IC a u s e o f In s o m n ia .
GONZALEZ Indigestion nearly a -: i. I


the sleep more or 1s ,1s i :
the cause of insona ii:i. .;.\ ,'.
have been permati,!ti.\ .1, .1
Chamberlain's Stomach it Ii .
Tablets. 'or sale by all (Idr ;-,- '

A DraIVyek In Amerlean Life.
It to a Bwback In American life for
purposes i-f observation nnd comment
that we a a people Indistinquishled to
the eye, lfsled to the understand-
ing. Yotlf tsual stranger may be a
bank president or a fioorwniker. a
bishop or a broker, a Presbyterian or
a Christian Scientist, or be by birth of
Iowa or Maine, or live In a hall bed-
room or a mansion with a park front.
He bears few marks of his opinions or
beliefs, political or religious. You can
make but broad generalizations about
him. Moreover. his opinions and beliefs


Mrs. Lowe, of Whiddonville killed are not or a piece. It Is likely that be wa1i
The Face a mam lndex. a huge rattle snake a few days ago born Into one set of conditions, passed
The face is an index to the state of H-is snakeship lhad taken up his royal through others, and has come out a
one's phyuscal well being. Symptoms abode under Mrs. Lowe's residence. mixture, his makeup composite, hbis
of disease can be detected from it al- near the chimney. An old hen with outline fidistinct Our clergy are
tms there 1l anything thet matter. For In- under there and every morning aftrc formed. We heve no kings. Our beg.
stance. ex-ehsslve pollor Indicates poor considerable confusion and noise gars are unsatisfactory. You cannot
circulation and possible heart trouble. the old hen would corni from unh.'r, tell a governor from a congressman.
ft'lthe house minus a little chick, tin- Your collision with a package caryng
Incomplete exposure of the eyeballs, til all were gone. Then out crawled your collision with a package carrying
rendering the whites of the eyes vis- Mr. rattler, seeking what else hi youth may be a right contact with a
lble during sleep, is a symptom of all : night devour but Mrs. Lowo hap- b sta ent of the schools. an academic
acnte and chronic diseases of a severe opened to see him as he came from rebuttal. or but "an illiterate encoun-
type. Twitching of the muscles Is a under the house and dispatched hin ter" with some mercantile adolescence
herald of nervoins exhaustion. Widen- at once. some conveyor of parcels. There is
ing of the orifices of the nose with The beautiful moonlight nights ar' nothing absolute about his garb, coun-
movements of the nostrils to and fro the cause of much mirth and laught I tenance or motions. Society moves be-
polts to embarrassed brenthing'irom with the young folks and you can sit fore us disorderly and our eyes are
disease of ite lungs or channels lead-. on the frontt porch and listen to bemused with the clutter.-Arthur Col-
Ing thereto. Contraction of the brows peat after peal of happy laughter and ton in Atlantic.


idhates patn in the bead. Sharpness
to the nostrils slaa symptom of pain In
the chest. Bagglug under the eyes,
when not a faclai characteristic, points
to kidney trouble Twitching of the
eyelids associated with oecillation of
the eyeballs or squinting, heralds the
visit of convulsions.-American Quneen.

A Kiplinig Lamemt.
In Laurence Hutton's "'Talks In a
Library" he tesits as follows of meet-
Ing Rudyard Kipling at a luncheon
given to the latter by Richard Watson
Gilder. "Another engagemnent made
me late, and I entered the room as the
party was breaking up. I was intro-
duced to Mr. Kipling. with whom I
exchanged the traditional few formal
i words, and we drifted apart, but a
moment or two afterward lie placed
himself on the arm of a chair In which
I was sitting and said: 'I didn't real-
Ize. Hutton, when I met you a moment
ago who you were. Dear old Wolcott
Balestler, your friend and mine, trhed
so hard and so many times to bring
Sas together in London and elsewlhre,
and now he is gone. and I can't uuder-
stand it all. He died so suddenly and
so far away; we bnd s- much to say to
each other, na)s now I have g-tt to
wait so long be'fo'tre I 'an say it.' "

Am Ancment Tune.
"We Won't (o Homen Till Morning"
Is not a modern song; at least ith air
is not modern. for it dates back to the
times of the first Duke of Marllor-
ough. It ia the old French air of "Mal-
bronk s'en va-t-en guerre; Dieu salt
quant reviendra" ("Malbrouk has gone
to the war; the Lord knows when be
will come home agatu"s. The second
verse hinted that the Duke of Marl,
borough would be a long time away.
"11 reviendra-z-a la Paqnes, on a la
Trinite" ("He will return at Easter or
Trinity unday"). In south Yorkshire,
to England, that air exists as a chil-
dren's song:
Molle Brooks, she went to be shaved;
Iollle Brooks, she went to be shaved:
Mollte Brooks. she wert to be shaved
and the barber cut her chin.
"MoMlie Brooks" is a corruption of


!song; sometimes a person wound
think a band of music was coming.
Sbut It generally wind'is up by som,
boy crowing like a rooster or barking
like a dog.
Messrs. Whiddon and Brewton
made a flying trip to McDavid yes-
terday and while their? Air. B. made
war on the finny tribe but he is either
a poor angler or the fish would not
be fooled any more. We juasge this,
b. results as Mr. Brewton only had
three? fish.
Mr. Whiddon has quite a large
crowd with him now. Two of his'
party have rooms at Mr. Jas. Hol.
MI.'l 's.
Our little town is very healthy at
lr-snt anni we feel proud to think
w\v can be of any service to our more
fortunatenaoe neighbors and welcome
"he, on-s who hav-e taken refuge from
Yellow .Jack among us. There is not)
a vacant house here now that we are!
awarv of and some contain as many
a- two and three families.
P..>plrs may comn and go: die an I
pc-, well but our go,.l old friend and
brother Mason Isaac We-sh who is
n.ow ni 'ain his nn(,tys and vwho is
ihe older citizen of' our town," if not!
couin*y. can hbe scn iliy morningn i
Shein th>e sun is shining taking his.
diat:v wal-s. Apparently his life is
a happy. j;lly one. lie is always in
a sne humorr and has a word for
a \ e, I ,iy. This t.>! gentleman is
-;,ondin the evt-nine of his life with!
;,: aue! -:'. Mrs. A I well. who ad-
i:.ni'-,t's :O i his w\.it*s, a- though he
v-'.,*r a i.alyv. }h, ;;iys he is not
.-Fra I 's '.;e pangs of ,i' a:: '.
I wNill clos- ', say ing a fine crop
Sf 5-, .-, pa a'o s will lse rast-.,! iii
"'. s 'i''.- t<..'-n "-"'.s s>-asoi( and n:,)-s'
: '"' farn-ers will s,,oon have plein,y
,.f fall green' on he 'marker prrovi,-.l
yellow fever will let: tleni gtr to P'en-
sacola wi*h th,'im.

I Chamberlain's Cough Remedy Aidsg
Nature.
Medicines that aid nature are al-
ways most effectual. Chamberlain'-
Cough Remedy acts on this plan. It;
allays the cough. relieves the lungz,
aids expectoration, opens the seo re
tions, and aids nature in restoring the)
isysxtem to a healthy condition. So:d
Sby all druggists.


DR. FENNER'S

A:l DipMe of the
kidn *"* bladder. and


rcach e bkache,
rfemnar- tr beans.

Backache trouble
ALSO PURIFIES THE BLOOD. Cu
Don't become discouraged. There is a cure for you. If nti>-ar s:- wr -o Dr. Feasr.
Be bAss pent a lifetime curing just such cases as rours. All cons-"' t.us FREE.

Suffered for 10 Years with

Backache and Kidney Trouble


Dr. MA. M. Fnner, Fredenii,. N. Y.
Dear Doctr :- I l.:ve suT,'.r,.l fr the
past t,,n yTars wilt: i':'k:. '' u k',tr'v
trouble. n,'I have tri:., r>a :Iny ti
the ,mst iromin,,enr -ysI 'ians ii I.nsi t, -
anal (" :::.t .r rt a (l l o pa.- t ::.,ijcinv .
/cF ? ^I hci'tal af ;in hope f r'ci.;ving relief.
Finam.y seeing your ad. I ptirchaned a
botti ef your Kidney an,! 1';;i'kache C:r.,
I wi-.h to th':nk ',.ut fr the bn,. t
", '-.. received fr at-r u:. "o on:vy Iv'.n Iott.ls
I am entir(iv curd.it.linv no- pain or
ache of any kind,. S-nrt'rIy Y. ,rs,
Miss Alice McDona!d.
29.54 Harney St..


Sold by Druggists, 50c.
the Kidneys -??- ..


and $1. Get Cook Book and Treatise on
P1a. T. Fenner. M. P. Fredouia, N. Y.


FOR SALE BY J. E.' DUBUISSON A BRO.

PflGOM IS


NEW METHOD LAUNDRY,


d


ri


E. W. L 4WRENCE, Proprietor.


Made Him Homeitek.
When the first Turkish minister,
Me'le Mile. came to Washington. a
grand li:sll wais planned In his hoinor.
;liaunrels of Invitntions were sent uit.
and nearly everybody who rec.-*ivtel
mne came, for there was much curifss-
ty to see the important Turk in his
atlive dress. I'articularly were per-
sons noxious to examine the splendid
Iress turblan which had been descril.'d
.nd talked alout, made, as it was, of
plaster of paris. yet looking like the,
inest nmusliin. Wbn the evening ar-
Ived, Mele Mele seenied to be the only
noe who was not h'iving a good time.
Ho Bt id.l lookinar no if h t. diltl not kn- w


No. 1 ties( Ro -mana St.. Pensacola. Fla.


Legal Advertisements.


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&I,. f,,, I,,',...'l -S ... 11 n K o w' iAymn rt!. DI).. P( tnsac,)!:1. Fla., .\t1 :
that everyIx.ly was admiring him and ust, 10, 1905. -.Ia;go,aw4w
altogether was very much bored ttll :
suddenly be caught a glimpse of a big
n-gro woman who was assisting in GARBAGE CONTRACT.
serving the supper. Instantly he Sealed bids fo,r he di.ijy removal of
rushed up to her and, throwing his garbage from t!i, Ci. ,,f t',:i-:t :a
arms about her ne(k, gave her a good for the year i,,:innin : () 'ti),ir 1,
kiss, explaining that be could not help 19.05, will be r.ccit4t i y' ih.. H, lioar, f
It, she reminded him so much of his Public WVr!l;- at th. ('i:. i ,*'I i
best and nlmost expensive wife, and, 12 o'clock, !;ooi, on I,,,intlay. iS'aI,'! -
while the company thought it a very ber 25, 1905. AIl l r.v,'ioi- c,on'a!f-
odd thing to do, everybody could un- ing bids sh derstand that be was a homesick man Sealed Bid." S uce.sstil bidder nts
and nobody minded It In the least. give aprT)rovedl bond in i, suim of one
thousand doliar.-. The ri'ht to reje:t
Mumle "by Ear." any and.all bids is r-'ser-vd.
Never a music teacher existed who CiIHAS. If. BLISS,
did not discourage and discountenance! sept6t. Mayor.


playing the piano "by ear," as the tal-
ent for hearing a strain and reprodue-


Ing it has baeen somewhat ambiguously
termed. Yet there thrives In the center
of New York an enterprising and not
too particular person whose avocation
It is to "teach the piano by etr," as his
window sign puts It. He has quite a
clientele too. Presumably his task
lies with those that possess a musical
ear to start with and want quick re-
sults. To such he Imparts a knowledge
of chords and their relative changes
sufficient to carry the pupil through,
many of the tunes heard and remem-
bered. When once the bass accompani-
ments are known the learner Is prae.
tically equipped for public perform-
Ance. The "professor" gives a recital
every once in awhile. On these occa-
slons., he programme Is a wonderful
succession of ragtime, popular songs
wuvl selections from new light operas
and old heavy ones. One wonders what
the teacher could accomplish with an
applicant who desired to "play by ear"
and, like Charles Lamb, had none.-
New York Post.


Like rather, Like Se..
Mr. Gotrox-When I was your ag-"
sir, I didn't have a dollar. Cholly Got-
ror-Well, dad, when I am your age
I probably won't have a dollar.-Puck.

That virtue which requires to be em
guarded sl seaccely worth the sentinL
-Goldsmith.







GET THE BOOK
OF PENSACOLA DRUGGISTS FREE.J


"THE IDEAL BEER"
Dove Brand is pure, wholesome and delicious,
made from the finest malt and imported hops.
It is aged for months to prevent biliousness
and is sterilized beyed possibility of germ
life. No purer, moye beneficial beer could be
had for the hume, for all outings and picnics,
or on draught. Always call for "Gerst Beer,
!made famnms by the sunny South."
WM.-GERST BReWING CO.
jAaaVRiZ TENN.


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*ETER BELL, DISTRIBUTOR, PENSACOLA. FLORIDA.


Tr Escami!la C'ounfy Circuit Court,
State 'hra Gazes,- Cherry, vs. George
Alexander Cherry. Bill for Divorce.
On Monday. the 2nd day of October,
A. D.. 1905, the defendant, George
Alexander Cherry, is required to ap)
pear to the bill filed against him here.
In. This order to be publishd once
ftch week for four (4) consecutive
weeks in The Pensaola Journal, a
newspaper published in said Useamhia
county. A. M. McMillan, Clerk CII.
cult Court. By L. G. Aymard, Depury
Clerk, Pensacola, F"a., Augist 26th,
1905. 29augoaw4w

Still in Business I
GEORGE A. PETTER90SON,
is now located at
Cor. Government and Barcelona Sta.
and is better prepared than evor
to repair safes. typewriters,
guns, pi.,*ols. lock-. light ma-
chinery and bicycles.
PHONE 203.


" Il TeJ.U I In ov-rnt 5 er n uli eti s an 1s-s. w...t. a
pr,'tratd the bodN. an.1 had evident-
!y i,,en fire at close range. The Shot Were eard.
sp.: w here the cr'me ,-.curred was a Parties residltnt in the neighbor-I
louiV o.ne and the ground about t he hsod of where hlie murder was com-1
plaet where the -emair.e were foundt Ii:ited. stated that they heard shots
showed that there had been a fight be- between 11 and 12 o'cock, but did natl
for,. Guiley met his death. enem-ember who many shsts were fired.
Onie revolver was recovered from oneI
Three Held by Jury. of thi men arrested, which showed two;
AF soon as possible Coroner Lan-t cartridges had been fired from it. As,
'rum had a jury summoned, and an four shots were fired, it i, evident that!
SLa'ii.'5 wa- l:eld. This consumed all scme others used revolvers. The mar.-
S--~ti 'iay !iern,)n. 3e.eierday and derd man. it was stated, possessed a'
.,'; aft'r m:'AnigLt last night. and at revolver, but when searched no wea-
I, ,.;isio-n th jury found that pon could be found upon the body.
,;.:i, Ia;adi come to his death by, So far the officers have been unable
v.iauis inflfc'ed by "Fortune" Beun- to obtain any information as to the
SFr-', leee and Henry Shepard.! murder and robbery, except to arrest
Sof 'h. prison-rs when arraigned: the three negroes who are now in jail,
for., :,,- jury after the return had and whom the officers suspect know
:'-o-ei n;mai eitered a plea of not gull'y more than they care to tell.
at ,i were c,tnmitted to jail upon the Another Arrest.
i.,:-t : m'iurder. This morning about 2 o'clock
Motive of Crime. Deputy Sanders arrested George
Tr. -r. of Inc crime iF as yet a Clump, colored, who is also docket-
"-', ;,1 poke's ot the dead ed at the Jail upon the charge of
-1 r i hrfld those who murder. Clump, it is claimed knows!
., *, ; -ta'e that he and a great deal about the murder, and
f. !n. nero had gone. was with somi1 of the men shortly be-
v. sit x ,, ei andi that d(gl- fcre the murder was committed.
A.. A it ir : in '1i. ani-. Tnre Officers Vigilant.
a e aittm'- The officers were very vigilent an<'
S1 ,'n hi had active In the case. Soon aft..r the,
S: t <'< I first report reached the city Marsha!
'*: : '. ,' ., .''tuip.'sh t-hir Schad, Dl-puty Sanders. Constable
Sh I e and Deputy Marshal Frank
Another Version. were on iho scene, all intent upon


Special to The Journal.
Gonzalez, Sept 18.-"Make
while the sun shines," is the
amoig the farmers here now.


'Double headers and long trains in-
t-grest the small boy as he stands


For


Health's Sake

YOU *SOULO HAVE
YOUR LIENS LAUN-
DERED AT A STEAM
LAUNiDRY. BY THIS
METHOO EVERY DIS.
EASE GERM IS KILLED

The Star Steam

Laundry.
S7 E. Garden St. Phone 114.
Pensacola, Fla.

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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, TUESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 19, 1905.


PAW *OUR


~#-i**e *So *g*Rgag-*-**--*-* f ll@* M M Scotch-Irish extraction. Mr. Jame-
!Z.N son says that he and a Mr. John s. The dose i
2 '10L THE FERRY PASS Gates, a neighbor, and the negro, One pill at bedtime T
PEOPLE VINDICATED then gave assistance to the man, tha plaat ime Te
_____________________obil --S ^ .-r e negro providing coffee, t others; S gentt
Mobile Register bringng him inner. A large umr-lig. cure i
y. S- .SALOON MENPROTEST. brella was placed ovr the sick man ousnesS, costption
S* LOON MEN P as protection against the sun and acdrecvonhe liver
m UUSMin 11nPY ~ V, Editor Pensacola JournaJ: mattress placed under him. He was' actdircvonheliver
The latest orders to Jos. Arbona The reports of the action of the covelral with a quilt. Water. t,,.
_4_and Giorge Thompson are: People of Ferry Pass, Florida, in was supplied by Mr. E. Clark. A - - ---
'"You are hereby notified that no treatment of the sick peddler found number of attnmipts were nia.l to 5. The m!rsion ,fa :i ".,.: :, :. no' sati. fctor:ly accot
TR CO M e cards, no dominoes, no games of near that place, are given strong de- et assistance from h Pensac )la parent, sfern f f in o aties infected
Chance whatsoever, will be permitted hospital bwt faiot un.:! Monday fver. who is c a e bten by
L MA mn g a 6am M tn take piace in ymur saloons. a nial by those who vlsit,.d the sick n ornine. Mr..:, ,,by toh Co Oe t te oye ipr,,e i "w f, rF. rsqu iio t
FWerml'to ed the bartender in charge man and ministereon to hin. The re-ci usion' il:,l not r ef,.- to go) and h.&tu :l -v:n t. ,:f, .: , ,
Sand tU players -ill be arrested." ports said that a peddler from Pensa-;ncar him or :.- in: hi n in ;ll way a as an evilen.e of : s ,.;s ,f nij ',, s:
E ASSOCIA ED PRESi Gentlemn, is this not a peculiar cola, attempting to escape, went to sae.. a ,r ..h. r ,r.-, went ,0 No nurse c .: "'ain.i, ,.., x :, n'
law that applies to a few particular. Ferry Pass, and was driven into the him and o:er'pd to h,..p oim llin anlt ha:i msa, hcrlf -iVi r ith :h .A >
laoon men anta not al of them? woods, whera he was found. overrun vay. x' ;;. "a: 1:, litil i I;. ':: .x;,>r:.* havt : i . t : pr c :- : ..
a ina t o a a- fin- ev-i x ants .. and insects and in a ding u !! x ,) : e : ": 1'. ",, :,r1 wh : : :::..n : her kn : .i; ::.. : :.
,al n-, in ... ,, toay .and. ,- bfen condition. The man was taken to F rrry Pauss c,',i ,he a :1le m,: f'mt e inf.c:ed.
e er.********alalne Me......,..n M~ "~al-anin that ave nevErensac)la where he died. C-:rie an i Chr i, n as hl 7 The weapons :" ff an defense tha: ::, ,1
h..*..** |M On e IWee: ............ 1 iamblin lairntkow has bn rurrected. r. D. W. Jameson, of Ferry Pass, son., f,:ks Dink" nar i protecting :, r -a' -,it,
**** .... I W y BEdo4 sO- lthc0 meat that 'hise officilas ead wrIits to the Pensacola Journal. say- This ao in pu: i an entirely h .i- (A) The Mosquito Bar Bcbbinet Preferred). to isolate the Patien
*h ,are laws on a ftrw men thc ing the pddler came to a ntgro's f :. ; r. : -. e1. ,ne c ap The -*
11 11 at s 1" n n wsa e keido th t rli.n a f d oen gr at hoesp in Ferry Pass Saturday a d ,ihl ad is ,:r'o' ; t'at, :l har it < P ari m st h.onye S.desh s tiaie .uti i h i
said was sick. The nler ro pop r- v-rthi-"T y t i 1f f.
Caesar upi)on If not, why do you el the case to Mr. . .acLan, v iw : o f n :os can t oh mosquIto nets when any
SONLY PEA NWSPAPER FRO4 WIN A g 3 not enforce ihe taws yo i d ".",as toMr. acbean,:n "t.Tiv i' in ,':aieo" w." ",s l*'sonfn.
TM OLRY PENSACOLA M EWTAP N FROM WHISC A OTL nfoe huwn as you allk who liv.s near at hand. and Mr. Mac- n diatt r,-p. n .t, c: l .n'd .... 1, 0s is in on!:t:, si v:'1 n11*t
GRGUhL.ATIOthN rTATIMuenENT CAN Ot hrhu e tthe lnor .ean wont to ith: neuro's house, but :pn P-nsa-c,: :zr:n: r : en t n t
th- ofsaloo S nsr nte lehde dloer had wone away Mr. F, 'r.- Pass :v( a lit ,'s.,. ,":,,'. pno .,;y nt, in dahat no m iol ,aevs har, found a lo :1
i:\ of saloons run ca.s. 'emnis th,,,adn shoadrF,.i keer MachLean did not think the man i asluy no art i h ting should bu C tuc' in to keep the no
018 M0 g Go~~_ and poker dice. If card- played tni ca.S would be serious. otherwise tho, the c te of sick pr op. i "n n ;-, on'-
a saWiE)n for drinks is gambling, men: wold have rema wher the side, it will ,l fornl ietin rtp h if mosquitoes are found within the nettin they should
I MOHMNo, do 3' ambling, .nd ctpuan woulibd have romaln.d wheri thtle side. It wil1 w,, ',hlo it~m rI el-n
sleeping -o your rights. t it bs n negro left him. The incident passed Geod Samaritians did a4 wf,.: t sa side, not ely dri or shaken ,ut.
-" 'he ""n a -n ..... -T #p oner yourt righin the irt Thre ut!Ut of mind until Sunday m-ntnliz, sick a is any whors in like st:e' it w
lEN~ate foow plaESD iORNnNG, -,a 1f i5. ilnmsl.. ing, on ou i an an t you t of mind until Sunday monin.. sick as any other in like sh10 th 6. All cases of fever should be promptly reported to th
PENSACOLA. FibiIDA, TU SDAY MORNING, SEPTE.MBER, 19, 105. gambling. Thn (go anti a:tend to yolu".ai n he e u t lod ae 0 e a awaitingis
flfciat duties' ihat the people elected e"hen another negro foun i' the peai-. t.uhl dhale dione: a h,"I not. awaitin his arrival tho'..,!)mid be covered w ith a mosqui- bar.
offciar dutidsto trhe peope e d ecte d ler lying in the woods, in a bad way. inhuman. ly dr he t lnsi i fr :( uliarly important in dealin.t with mild fei o r l especially in
',-fi' only.~ is the sle mans of transmit- aou feor, and stopw tryingodia to This negro notified Mr. Jam son, their doors, to d(lie uncar d for in :tw h ildren in localities liable to infectionn with yelow fver. The
ol Cis th oowho went to the sick man, discover woods iaesWs itself in such a mild torn in infantile arl early childho
WHERE IT IS TO BE FOUND. tng yellow fever, and even then this husness. JOS ARBONAered that hs name was Johnson, Having prnt 1 the original report .kely to escape recognition. O account of the v mildness
W. t.mosquito must have bitten a yellow JOS ARBOGNA. and that he was on his way to meet he Register takes this method o f(oms tho usual precautions are not talo- and the mosquioes
The Pfnsa mrIs Journal is on ifver pa-ent within the first three GiRE THOMPSON'his brother, who was coming from correcting it, and expr.-ssts its re- spread the disease without "olestation. The mild or unrecogulz
Sale at thefolowig lakes in days f his illness and mu ha,Tallahassee to meet him he sad. great that a try so damaging o th or this reon, the most dangerous, from a sanitary point of
0- 1The B it-. al* las o h i tHe said the was a seaman, but not a good name of Ferry Pass was given (B) Screens.
< h*- tht-nit ce Cream Prr 12 day s after vhat for the germ7 ;o g an ha hp wa onru
Bay Hotel. N* d. I :Norwegian, and that he was of circulation. All openings leading to the sick chamber should be screen
CWoer's Book Store. to develop before the mosquito cana- NEWS AND VIEWS I of hospitals, wire screens are not usually avaIlable and proves:
Depot News Stand. onvey the fever to another person FROM STATE PAPERS. can be made of bobbinet or cheese cloth, which can be tacked
G em Soo Stor. All this bing thn case, Apalachi- '. THT A N SMISN se d to b pen of te s
4- Merchants Hotel. (ola's fear of infecjaon by freight or, ".'.I )rOF
Southern Hotel. tni a n a i Fumigate the room with sulphur or pyrethrum (insect powder
Thompson's Book Stor.. nierchandise is as gondlss as itCarmack vs. Taylor. possibly infected mosquitoes as early as possible after the fourth
.- Wagand Ice Cream Parlor. would be to suppose that yellow The Pensacola Journal, noting that Sulphur burned in an iron pot is the surest way, and if used in pro
,et Wagenheim's News Stand. lerver could be carried in this copy of DEIb Taylor will be a candidate for will not Injure fabrs r colors Thre pounds in an average r
4 Walker's Book Store. The Journal or in any other Mail!the United States Senate in opposi yi cIenW if theo beu l od f
matter tion to Snat:)r Carmack, up in Ten- c I ubic feet of space is estimated by sanitary authorities; and
Am4o. matter. nta hssie. says *Taylor in a bigger man insect powder to 1,000 cubic feet will suffice to stupify the mos
Ande on top of all this, add the in a minute than Carmack could be mosquitoes will fall to the foor and should b collected and
,other fact that the Tarpon did not in a lifetime, and it is to be hoped hours' fumigation with sulphur is quite sufficient in ordinary
Some di from Pensacola as state he will be elected." Taylor is un- A a meeting of the Orleans Parish Medical Society, held August 12, 19 fumes of sulphur will not remain long, and household Ammo
STaane cadoubtedly a bigger man than Car- Dr. Rudolph Matas addressed the Society on the "New duties and responsibilf-' about the room will diminish their unplasantness.
umack n the lecture platform, telling ties Imposed upon trMned nurses, and other persons entrusted with the care The fumigation should be done in the morning, so that the
The following from the Apalachi- at Apalachicola since she was last good stori-s, painting pretty word of yellow fever patients. in consequence of the newly acquired knowledge free of odor by night, and it should be done prerably in dry wea
vola Times of last week gives the in this por:. and it can be seen how pictures, performing on the f.lle. the mode of transmission of this disease by the mosquito. condition of the patient will permit
S'Mpal Tli lv ground our sister cit singing songs, asking rainbows an A bref synopsllyis of the sistementry facts connected with yellow fever occupied by the patient should be first purifed of mosquitoes and
palachicola side of the Tarpon a- r otherwise playing on the emotions prophylaxis and a statement of the nurse's sanitary duties in this disease,' the reception of the patient, who i to be carefully transferred
ir: i f-ars in th ma: r are. i sympathetic audience assenhld .'x- which 1 had utilized in his teaching, and submitted to the Society are puo- fected room as early as possible after the fourth day.
When It was learned last wek- ssTlny to l, entertain-d ea him. Bu- "sed, for the benefit of The Journal's readers as follows: The work of disinfection and mosquito destruction. as well a
'that yellow fever existed at Pensa- The Birmingham Ae-rai pata- in t higher and sterner fiel! of the ELEMENTARY FACTS OF EDUCATIONAL VALUE. is now conducted by the Health Authroltles, immediately after nc
cola. Apalachicola ani' Carrabelle; grapher who, a day or -o ago, ground na t where praerical statesman- the attending physician. But in isolated localities or when delay
*got busy." The steamer Tarpon. di- out a story about *he cold winds fro-n .-ip ` ;lil sway, wh lier rep'uta:i, h 1. Yellow aneer may be defined as an acute, infectious, frouile disease ing sanitary relief is unavoidable, the physician and nurse mus
reit from Pensacola with merchan the gulf during he muo: of Octob1-r-' a.r made and lost in the fierce which is tansmitted from the sic to susceptible indii as through the ing ers of the hl sehoid in applying the prescribed regulation
dise war refused admittance at these c-Iuners f g t ip whhagoncy of iouquoes; and, as far as known, by the single species. the St- members onal precautseh in applying th prcratio reommeuti b
laces. A commitee or reprenta- has aoer ss ,, cry w,;rd is under r. i. H-lighto r la Fascats which is the common domestic or cistern mosulto of Ne A rities in charge ofautions in sulphur fumigation, rleanomme during b
tive citizens on board a tug boat. met ofer hosti(, er:.icia. fl more rhte ori i(Orheans, and in fact of all the localities in which yellow fever prevails. Authorities in charge of sanitation In New Orln durin
n hed t Te united States govern nt ans a The germ or transmit lepoison of yellow fver exists i tho blood epidemc:
doks withth. request that she di going to lnvetigate blowing i that r'a Car.ck tif ,,low fever patients only during the first three days of the disease; aftr- Remove all ornaments of metal h as brass, oe f
Iot comle to th, docks in the cityv to The investigation will give gove n- :. overt.,.- 13b as d,.:s d O! h pa thentfirstsbtgan. tveh c annotbe remo ved canofbe"protected by corn the ot
-unload -r cargo r' merchandise iment officials a chance to do a lttrn i te o'her i w :porrance of recording th, very hour when the atta-k first ban, which cann
Th load hr carso ad ferchanst cials a hane to do a lile rni icks i' a ta'. 3. The mosquito (St, gon yia Fasciata) i:s powerless to conve- the di- with paper, or with a thin coating of vaseline applied with a bra
Thye (teaptr was in Rarrvw anfin &aly OWltmevrtis I r opt' sv i!:.in a E441h is li'tely v ease tt) a susceptible person bl i .s t)tte until at least Iwelxe lays have elapsed Remove
ara tro anhr in ih, h y oni, i r, ". ito Thisi .vr a afro- biting the yellow fever patat. Tlii period of inciia'io in the 1110o ughbly shaking. Open all drawers and oor of furniture ad ci
ca r o anchr i thr~ in Osit President Roosevele t wants the Panaf ti. se quito is the time that is r-quitred for the germ of the disease to breed in the The room should be closed and meade as tight as sbler
It seems t!,.,i the own- rs of the ama Canal cons'ruc'ed wi'hou~ de r. vision wh.n the r ur'n s frlr- the(, body of the mosquito and to migrate from the insect's stomach to its salivary- openings in chimney, foor, wals, keyholtsnd cracks near u
reamner were e,-mmunicateA with b,ly' but will probably have to conteni him- Tenn< ssee .-natorial primary com glands. Th United States Army Yellow Fever Commission found, in 00,doorevices can b cloed by strps of pp (old
Cap:sin Barr,-w. and rih)-l turn ai&-I self until his appoinre,-'S gr thioughi-Suwanee )einxra. hat In Cuba this period varies from twelve days, In the hot summer mon.'isi a e d
aM 1 to .at' I lth'u ap- self juggling red tape. ane ra. to eighteen days and over. n the cooler winter season, themwitha paste made of flour.
rpe. a jugn red r Csatd Wat D ot 4. After Incubating the yellow fever germ in Its body during the per: The sulphur should be placed in an iron pot, flat skillet pr
oDrkPt rter. at P. saola. Dr. Port ,r Carrying Concealcd Weapons. above specfled, the Stegomy!a Is ready to transmit the disease during the this placed on bricks in a tub or other convenient water r ceptacl
ok thel 1 T- :, Governeor Broward; D recor and ocers f ,o lar,. DIva! ,.,:n:. hs a .lui,:. vo pro- 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
le ,o ; h ain gt ht acting n- ir-urance co,,mpranit '--. ; d: 1-u- 0 u !-* ot Arerying insect has access to water. (Guiteras.) Walter Reed was able to innoculate guard against accidents, as the sulphur is liable to boil over aan
to U this C "Ill! V X%4 r( aCting -iWtran(e cu itani, .I: ;,'alo
-i.ary to 1.aw :iwlia,,ht, Tarpo a ., V o 'vllow fever with a Stegomyia fifty-seven d(lays old. Giti'ras with another the house.
ariv to la; ithat ti, Tarpon ad o -1tra'ed th(ir elizhi:' ; ti '. .m c ': na r 10ll days old. INote-According to Agranonte. Stegonmyja Fasciata in Havana the sulphur is readily ignited by sprinkling alcohol over it an
enitd i toqit rom h r n the i..i t ns :, t o:: can. iI o hr can onl,- be coaxed to bite until four days old. With us, in Louisiana, says T apatent should be kept closed for two hours, and te
e nor An.a a e h i eo;wi a tSr t er-" "es 1 " *q li. t -l: i k e ^ I b c x w t w a n d w e ll v e ,
Carrab tie l withoiit inirferntAichi,.- ai rafters. ;n:. ,, :,. rke Dupree, it bites wiith ou t coaxing within twenty-four hours after mergingg from and well ventilated.
oe pa t of our p,,e Gv rnr S,, TayT: t.cs shi,. f,,- .:c:s tiwa::,, 'sr, :b.-eievedatn on time, that: (1 the les te o idth i ot the tIt. was believed, at one time, that: (1) e females of Steg-
rward w ,:e to 1 ; rift A. I t; It -*: .: 'u *"--l rrin-!omvia must be impregnated bf before the:y- wil bite;'2 (2) that the female, .after the room by the width, and this total by the height, and to find
son cin!in to h- .ia c tern .a t t .1 w (,- silii *;i t n l - tingi.. t once, does not appear to bite a second time, or at least until five or of neessar tohe ro divid teqir iO o.nid
tb revi: ran k t The Life of a Btthip. even days have elapsed; but Dupree says that the Stegomyias in Louisana and the result will be the aount of sulphur requ in pond
ill wrthat have been isolated and reared apart from the nhIles will bite promptly Take. for xap a h t et. widethnsbyf
iL :, (a-, firht ,,.. f,,., iar-' ,a;- ia s-ss-n "O ('- Tht- "a"x-at- (i~-tt, 1 |)-.!{-, ttei ) ya fm a room 13 feet long,1 an d 10 fT
On .. .,. .... thal and frequently. Probably after they have digested their blood meal, and, like would multiply 15x10i10, equals 1,o00 cubic feet. Divide this by I
o'. J. Oan. .' n l's H I., n v '.\1, uli ai f1,let-t we shall; Anophel's, within three to five days after.] will have the amount of sulphur required, viz: 3 pounds.
(trady. J -- an ui (" I i. T. n R f -ur hee t nv I'-u t is an ,,rror. If we 5. A period, varying from two to five days. usually elapses after the bite
rdn Jen f T-;a(a..-s ani A. tl (ii-. John DP. o.acftlchr has !earn-, t had ,i ho six lluoidrie tnilion of an infected mosquito i before the symptoms of yellow fever will develop imi g.-.. t **$$*************
Then sliua;i,'n w;h ;,t:n-,- I' t.war] r r:dt. a i. yci .. He will now .e ab! ..:..ars tha is necessary to .give usl(he human subject. (This is the incubation period of yellow ever, and the h
'n'for-na:eli. Go('v.ernor Brotvasrd wa- :ti sIInnit his in rne at the i. pair lhe lleot w" ian'. or are supposed to United States Army Yellow iFever Commission found that in thirteen caies AS TO FILTH AND f (Extract from Rev
lsent from" Ta.;ahassee wh-n tl4t vcps. an', i ihat ',ni..ic).- exp;knd(iture o: experimental yellow fever obtained by the bites of mosquitoes it varied YELLOW FEVER utes of Florida.
eb.ntl m en arrived Howeverh t is. 'Ad given u. it:s full tau;e in fighting from forty-one hours to five days and seventeen hours, after innoculation.) 4 Y "sec. 76F.-PENAL.
renmmttlee visite.. he Cap:.al an, We have to take the ,:tter wi: l :l :', :he wa: of a dollar 6. From the above, we gather that if an adult S-egomyla Fasciata bites (Mobile Register.) SPREADING FAL
talked over the smati.n with ml sweet Exit Nan Pathe rson enter 'u ;:,., rh, :,l w t hold our hands a yellow fever patient within the first three days of the disease, it will have ( PORTS OF DISEAS
tle of the governor \ offwcia famil.i sa e rnat n lanther fanrewer l,;i. at rest? No so. In the first to Incubate the poison in its body from twelve to eighteen days (incubation ______* eon or peron_ w__
Th, conitih t. re u-n n, 1 hini : Sarah Bernhardt on another farewet oItact wv could nor find men to mane period in the mosquito); then, If it bites a susceptible person at the explra- *- "* far|ny or maliciously
hunday nicht. Actin in conjuncion1 tour. 'Lhat flee, .certainly n' wit.h Ameri- tion of this time, two to five days must elapse for the disease to manifest it- _A-- d..oD-. Giteras-anyTe-an. nate or spread rumor
the c"ty an cunty nhoriie bav: ans. In t*c next plae.- th(e mer., self in the bitten person. Therefore, ineatimating the probable spread of According concrnin t
piace'd e ard at poin's where k was Diamonds have been disco,-'red ini t.aintenajwc,, of that fleet wouid soon yellow fever from a single individual to the susceptible persons in his environ, ing up of the city that does not have of any infectious or t
thought het.;r t.-v:c .-s would prove Kentucky. Marse Henry t t back jc:'.t c(,st as nuch as the price of cream ment. a period of at least twenty-six days must be allowed to elapse before for its main object the prevention of disease, shall be gulI
thougt eff 'iv,, sw:- insw dtiron to in tkme to Mtake on a claim tti;ul; in 'h*e third plact. tthe whole the success or failure of any preventive measures, directed towards the des- stogomyla mnosqultoes is wasted of- misdemeanor, and upon
.*e that no on, t-,r.,:u n .in:octed taflet would be worth nothing in ten truction of the mosquito, can be determined. In view of the fact that several fort. In an interview printed in the tion therefore, shall be
ryace he aiiowed <:,;,r *^ cunt *years, days may elapse before a mosquito Infected from the first case may bir' a oI ed as provided by Sec
rl uoai or oontuwlf om te ., f- ca may b Incnlndc ten years is double the susceptible person, this period of observation should be lengthened to thirt' Havana Post the doctor says. Sec. 7a5. hall be
Thb. t-' au;lhort, h -a aT lso sitn nt aOu- ra li',e ofU- a hattleship. In 1;98 days, which is the time given by the health authorities of New Orleans in the seems that Americans will persist in a sum not less than
ev'g ,fl'f.r au har t plare- a o Ing A fugust, 1905, a ''8 Oreani performed a remarkable_ present epidemic, to determine if a focus will develop from an infected case believing that yellow fever comes fro m ore than n 1t000 or be
; i i .au c>nion ai Tota of t ani we fonlly h vlid her after its first appearance in a given locality, dirt. Yet all must know that in 1u0) oned in the county jail
*'h- :' C.; .n I;r ,I :b. a l along th' : a: .,': -- ,--,,,,';, 'e earthh Captain Clark assured us sh?!that the poison is incubating in Its body (twelve to eighteen days). It ma.- was perhaps the worst yellow fevr six months."
dine :,!.ns ha: an :fn 'r, htduo ,, l a t d w* l Mas soundl as a nut after h er phe-' bite freely and repeatedly during this period, but its bite i innocuous; neither year in all its history, our strew't'


To .a. ii...n. .. I...... I'oie:ai voyage and also after her does its bite within this period confer any immunity to the bitten person, were most spotlessly can. ewer a$ ..
" '0, 1t .' hi,, 1 h, participation in the battle off Santia- 8. Yellow fever is not transmitted or conveyed by fomites (i. e. articles scrupuilouily clean, an-i yet we had
.9?.. ahI ., o:. : us., h. it: >ht, has just been ordered or inanimate objects that have come in contact with yell,,w fever patients or 'he ft'-vr, and more of it than ever
c, P .,r,,, i' ,, ., COPIES ,,nh' tl' iun.rgo 'ilTor'olrih r-. pairs" i their immediate surroundings.) Hence, the d:,fiu;fctioi of c'o'hning, lbe.] .:ng we lon.l habl befoofr. In 19,1 the nusa- UNIVERSITYY OF THE
S r n i's gruns an,] a!l ni :lia.ry or merchandise supp-s*t lty soiled or contaniimu.i,i by conzatl- or prcximin:.y quito theory gltnel foothold. Its pri STATE OFP
rprt-5- s l: I, iw; : 1 now" -"e put upoin a inoe'Ilra ba- i-i;h thw-- sick. is" ui t -esary. ectL- have been complied wtith <: r
t,- , .o :, or average 4. I r \r The boldih o; caiavra of he oU d froN yellow f.r are incapable of t oL-,. rv .ht', t. o
a n'.-e.: t t t"' O .'.- ft --,t.h f ., ,a tl' ti ,tfai ,qi -. i arsIlunsiting th ,i asae U0 > s Okat' o-curs h'u r h~n rhe firr- ;ir ,.e days o 0 W to~n dtrL^ *y, <: arc ;ot .develoP- I. L anguage and i ^tratu
-::.. a N,,\ 0): :,,, in Apa- ::t' t I-,fu!uss in 1'- ; In ;" Th' -h. dista.-, Ia io:-. occ r-in ce): and th' n only if nasq-i i-:', ai hallowed ays n, ':, t.', r no:" ar we til ., to. year wor leading to the
L i n, , rf, f o ; r th i oi t<,eutaa lle tih b o d y
Is - :".6 cit1 atr- f.r , ) % I bit(, o !dv bti nre deco>noiositioi ha- s,,t :.n. no tuahltor how diry we are f : h; achel of A s, Greek
*.-.-: - irov',,i w:th a ^' V'.t h. .e whai' "',' P::r n,',ol a 1 There i- no poscibl:l, ,if cunacthlL yt'iow f-'.-" f-om the banc inudh to get. As long 9- our dirtl-i .T but i offer as
b,- DA IY col iDkI. good p whi!,NIY ov tpours.i x'wn vomit, evacuation. or other excre-tions tf yellow fever ipati nt. s does not take the form of sta-I tbrog aout t e orse.
... '" ,O A I/ r. ra,.h ,. --it disa;' ,-. .,,s. !f ^.; R11. An """ 1.....of ,-ellow fever cau.('d, as i, alw ', ;A. h,. ,hlp hi,, v rf the nant poo1,a ans similar mosq ito Ij. General t---D0 1
b' aa: :t, The foow:ng figures llhow The Pen.,: p-acei wh v nItteg omia, conrs i'f muni:. against subsequent ataks of the disease. breding places, or d fveiop in ous an three course 1 Chem;
S .s. . cl Jo i nal's clrcu:ation for ea i; nnn of -. "n ini .es TrDrcvane N'urse. ( in .'l houth ln- n'.d:ra on "hat I atn Iuso. No Grtek and onl
".c-. .... .: t a:, cju:ing 0.it month of August, 190o:,, --.la(..o l.'e Tlr, ontn. Duties Of th ro uNgursh. ;, advpcrn any relaxation" of tho Latin iG required onl thes o
Se i he average number of copies i h sret clean de four-year courses.
i0da na'r: ,n and alli da' y: NEW DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES IMPOSED UPON TRAINED partmi nt. of rjoice In cleanliness Il. Agricuture-yea
of p-cians a, August 1 4.350 August 16 4,800 "Te Wnirgig of Time." NURSES IN THE TREATMENT OF YELLOW FEVER, IN CON.- But I cannot help wishing that when year courses.
W'e '.e a: one ,i August 2 4.400 Augut 17 4800 O .,alhir: fT SEQUENCEOFTHEABOVEFACTS friends of ours wax nthusiasticalotr IV. Engineermg-Por.r-y
or a' -- 48 n l r ' August 3 4.335 August. 18 4.800 a:k. tp:,ig ovr th .ABOVE FACTS. sewers and general cleanliness, tht,- In Mechanical. Ciil and
August 4 4,400 August 19 4,300 5 ffai:s and I pl):roje: of our 1.:y 1. No nurse can be considered as train In the mana-gemront of yellow wull have the kinness not to x Eginering, also a twy
'Rtwo -. ',.- .. ", san t hint August 5 4 .350 August 20 5,250 lves--knckint d-,wn (tur 'hous-'. 'f fever in the light of prese-nt, arcep-. ,- knowC:dzet un.!ss sh-- realize fully tthat matter with p,.siilities of th!- in Mechanics. No 'ailn o
- '"-n -r: on.. howe--r- August 6 5.000 August 21 ..... cards"-wrecklng the ro:ene of home earnestly, and conscIentiously, that th,. lt.iase is trann:!., ,I solelyy by mo- low fever, for these are two entirely cquireel In IT1 or TV. The
I-, --a.z. P,:.saeola. Au gust 7 ..... August 22. 4,800 or office or s ore o-r factory. Q quitoes. and tha: it is her du-y to pre, n: the admission of iThe insects to dast:nct and very different matterss." inder II.. III. and IV. lead
and c a : fe'r has August 8 4.500 Augus 23 4.800 But. happily. since :7he advent of the sick room ati to destroy them promptly if thv should tind their way > green of of Science
,,. August 9 4.500 August 24 4.650 want advertising, the fearsome lilo- therein. The Subwy Tavern Failure. courses to Certificate of P
lwe -, ~'. oa atso- August 10 4.500 August 25 4.800 "whir:gig" has kr TP" .., i,,w fewr August 11 4.625 August 26 4.800 Its fanta:.-ic tLrlcks do not so o:t, 2. That as the inseparable attendant at the bedside of the patient l shv.:or "relious aoon" N be teber
Can :- a er August 12 4.625 August 27 5,200 spell disaster as in th days b must co-operate with the physician in the discharge of his functions as nar- n. v r all-yexdiaini a its failure:a VI. Am in-Three cou
l August 13 5.000 August 28 ..- we had larned to harness "publicity.", dian of the public health. The trained nurse in this capacity becoming dire-' We allowedex a success failure teacher rmA on-ye corse
Sr August 5 4,600 Au t 30 4800-a-hen he whir of yellow fever in infected localities. Upon her intelligent appreciation of any drinks; we neerook the a to rifi L. I Diploma; c
it -" ;, r and August 15 4-6---August 30 4,800 kidnaps a servant, a tenants a pir t- lt msecn d ot sn pr
vh Augu"t 'i 4,0 me August 31 a k t, the mode of transmission of this disease, her personal safety (if she is an ng to the degre
the Total for the month..... 127,335 r ars-when the wirlgi g and the protection of the family and the entire household o here 'he beantaperin his drinks, or of ao.
A Average per day........ 4716 ts adiial ree elie the patient, especiallyy if these are not immune) largely, If not entire, wherein lies he ot. In other An amp crp of compel
A ........4.716its radical revenges, dehver depends.
S.. I hereby cerify that the above state- packages of trouble, C. 0. D., we pull !dpends" w ords, just the customer was er. A high ct.rriculum-E
del .c. :, -n:. correct according to the rec- ourselves (out from under the wreck- 3. Every nurse must bear in mind that the most malignant yellow fever about to become rottable to us we including board, $120 to $1i
S:s A. WE T age and begin to write want a1s.- patient is innocuous and absolutely harmless to even the most susceptible ent them away. Our proat on act P11l term opens September
S- -, FRED A. SWEET. And after a lit-le time we find that non-immune, if the proper precautions are taken to prevent the access or jual material sold has ben as low as. Sendt for Catalogue.
Cf ., : Ciru:ation Mr. publicity has repaired the breakage! mosquitoes to the patient's person. 3t per cent, whereas the average ANDRW BLEDD, P
-. .. -. . ._., P-o- to anl. subr:bel before me and that a.l is well. Unr routine is 4. The greatest freedom of personal contact and intercourse may thor,- Faloon keeper could not exist unless, Lake City Florida.
.. n. "=- .-av- of Ausrust. 1905. restored-and we are teadv for tbe fore be permitted between the yellow fever sick and the well in the si(tkhe made from 100 to k00 per cent."{
co; t . t. J. P STOKES. i next visit of "The Wiirlgig," ready room, and provided the innoculation of mosquitoes. by biting the patient Thes- figures, it orret ar illumn- Low rares at Southern
The :s,(i'!i:o. kijd :.. L. =: u "l Notary Public. 1for good fortune or-another smash. during the first three days of the disease, is absolutely prevented. iative.-Miami MetropoHia; rooms and board.


s one, just
he result is
lay follow-

i, for they
. .. cAyre..
fC- A-

mplished If a
with yellow
a mosquito.
are annoyinu4
looked upoa
,'- unless she
.-r'ence and
:; w'n'ts and
on_- for safety
:'us learn to

t in His Bed.
prevent the
part of the
Sr.* no thorn
nz ;.-i,!e.
II:;to*'S from
be kiilet In-

e physician;
This is par-
Infants and
disease man-
od, that it Is
of the svnp-
are able to
ed cases are,
lew.
ied. Outside
onal screens
or otherwise

r) to destroy
day of fever.
iper quantity
oom is sunz-
hur to 1,000
me pound of
lukoes. The
burnt. Two
cases. The
ia sprinkled

room will be
other. When-
lag the ome
prepared ftr
to the dian-
s seereSnUg,
itlf catl by
ky in obtain-
t direct the
y the HeReat
the Iee
rert m xa
illic Maturm
sh.
I after tior-
losets
stopplag all
rIndowa a4d

pen ) erer
referred. anad
Swith about
be taken to
d set Are to
d ightnagit.
i opened up
e length of
the amount
onta by 600,
et high, we
00 and y7




ed Stat.
YP FOR 4
E RE.
E.-AMy 4
o shall4
s or re. 4
xietence e
ty of a
iconvic- 9
punih-
en g7." 9
fined In
100 nor 9
imperis-. 9
for not 9
wre than
t 9


FLORIDA
subject:
re--A& four,
degree ot
is not rwe
an elective
rided tat*
l oonrme;-
ral History
y entrance
,rse. A4

r an4 two
ar coarse
Electrleal
ear course
r Greek is
full course
to the de.
; the shore
Proflefe-y.
rear course
1996.
rses for
leading cto
course -lead.
k four-year
e of Bache.
tent toa"-h.
ipenses in-
0 per year.
r 2, 1905
resident.

Hotel frm


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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, TUESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 19, 1905.


|lion FUNEAL SUNDAYlLungache,

S OF FRAN -- brohitis Band
I be built up and 1 of a cold on the
lal value and erit? tInp, can be quickly relieved and
.c-c^shlihif oe IC our Cred by


R. HUDSON BURR

RETURNS HOME

GAYS REPORT OF HIS DEADWOOD
SPEECH WAS FALSE REGARD-


ING STATEMENT ABOUT
HINEL.


The Thilahassee Capital of Saturday
says: Railroad Commipsioer R.
Hudson Burr returned a few days "go:
from Deadwood, South Dakota, where!
he attended the annual convention ofi
Railway Commissioners of the UnteC
Btate.. which was held in that city
Aaustu 16th, 17th, tlth and 19th.
After the convention was over Mr


UUULUIIIU


Wis Atw ded Ey Large Kumber of
Persons-Floral Tributes Ex-
ceedingly Numerous.


HAMLINS


FUTURE OF


WATER C


ASSURE


DEEP


TY


I


SPresent Affliction Will Not Be Per-

IH ZkAR OIL manent Blight Upon City's Pro-


No time should be lost, because
Gradually the old Confederate Vet- lung' trouble may easily develop
erans are pa.-sing away. One by one
they are crossing the river where .ey 1nto pneumonia or consumption.
rest beneath the shadck of the trees amlins Wizard Oil, applied to
Sunday afternoon from St. Katno-
rines Episcopal church, almost be- the chest, relieves the pain and in.
neath the shadow of whose cross he! fdmmtiN10 loosens up the cough
has resided, all that was mortal of
Frank Rosb Goulding received its last i'nd soon ures the disease.
sad rites, and now he sleeps under "My little girl," writes Rich.
the sod in St. Johns cemetery beside Thormton of nuray, Golo.,
the relatives who have preceded him.
Surviving comrades carried him thith- "suffered more or less with a cold
er and the "ashes to ashes and dust on the lungs since her birth, and
to dust" was recited over his cold
clay. finally the trouble became serious.
There were sisters and a brother No remedies gave relief, until we
absen': the cruel quarantine kept
them away. The ol.iest son came bart- tried HaInlr Wizard Oil, ond bot.
ly before it was rendered impossible tle of which permanently cured
to enter the city.
Had Pensacola hebeen possessed of er. Prioo 50c and $1.00.


her usua' population and the county
been freely travtrsed the funeral of
Mr. Goulding would have been large-
ly attefided. As it was many cherish-
ed his memory and sentiments tender
and comforting were received from
numbers who could not cross the cor-
don.
The floral trihntes which were


I was not correctly reported by the plad upon the grave by roving hands
Associated Press: I never gave ex- were exceedingly numerous and beau-
pression to a single word that was un- tful, and attested to the high esteem
parliamentary, and the words "Liar" in which the deceased was held by
and "Preturer" were purely the manu- Pensacolians.
facture of the Associated Press rep-
resentative 1I regret exceedingly that Cured of Lame Back After 15 Years
snoe language should be attributed toof Sufferin
me. There ought to have been no ofSuffering
mistake in reporting what I said, as "I had been troubled with lame back
the association had an official stenog- for fifteen years and I found a com.
rather present to take down the pro- Plete recovery in the use of Chan-
ceedings of the session, and I had the' berlin's Pain Balm," says John G.
stenographer read his notes to the Bihher, Glllam, Ind. This liniment is
Associated Press representative to also without an equal for sprains and
keep from making any mistakes. I bruises. It is for sale by all drug.
trust that the Associated Press will be gt*ls.
fair enough to me to have the misrep-'
resentation corrected and disseminated A SCRUBBING BRUSH.
as generally as the original dispatch
was." 1he Way It I Made and thke eeaso
It Coste So Little.
Low rates at Southern Hotel for Two things have made it possible for
rooms and board. the modern "lady of the house" to buy


3urr took quite an extended tripp 5ckarens In ChAina.
through the northwest, including in Screens are to be seen everywhere ln
2lh itinerary, Helna. Spokane. Seattle. the dragon empire. They are carved
Tacoma, Portland, Oregon, San Fran- of teakwood and handsomely painted
cieco sad Devrer. He was very muct with various figures and devices. In
pleased with Lhat section of the coun- some parts of China bedsteads similar
try, bit says he was glad to get back to our own are used. They are curi-
to Florida. again. which he thinks is ously card, with drawers underneath
the greatest state in the union. and shelves for holding toilet necessi-
'W'ben asked about the Associated ties, all of which are hidden out of
,-Press dispatches sent uut from Dead- night by drawers which look like a
wood regarding what he said of the leautiful screen.
severall sworn statemens of Mr. Walk- The roos in the different suits of
er D. Hines. as to the value of the The rooms in the different suits of
lDuivles and. Nabtvhlle railroad prof apartments are separated one from an-
r ile an sai h e railroad prop- other by tI"- carved wooden scrollwork
"All I have t1 say regarding the in- for which the Chinese are famous. Ir
cident is. that i stayed n, facts, and have nothing to retract, but' and handsome appearance to the wbhol
interior, which is dull and dark-owing
.- to the want of windows-until the
A SAL NEWaPAPER MAN. my.riads of lanterns are lighted. The
i carving is sometimes gilded, and some-
(etting a New Crop of Hair, and Has times th No More Oandrvff. nature with a high polish. Doorways
Vrlrybodan in the Northwest knows are often half filled in with it. Again.
C61. Daniel Searlits. the veteran jout- a In.
alis, and publbir of BvBte. Jan. a low. deep frieze is seen all around
lo. the Colonel writes: "I used a the room. The women's apartments
cOrpl(, of battles of Newbro's Herp- particularly are decorated with the
cide with nmarrplous resul's The carved work. Whatever can be imnag-
idandruff disappeared; a new crop ot ined as contributing to pleasure and
hair has taken root. and the bald the support of luxury is to be found in
spot is rapidly being covered Her- the secluded quarters devoted to the
1picide is the only hair prepartioai women.
that kills the dandruff germ that Ags
UP the scalp hn scal-Fs as it burrows The Old. O6 *ti 3. oUed Dews.
Its way to th, ro.,, of the hair where SEbe (erty In Se evening.-Good
it destroy. The v'al:' of the hnir. eveag, Mr. 8amupoa. Same bhe
causing he ha:r to fa" on'. Kil; the (late In the ereing -Good night,
dandruff germ.. r 1t Herpici'i. So George.
1,\ WV. A I)Aioembtere, druggist anti
spoh,'cary. 121 South Palafo ree..! Psmcl b a beatI dMeftn n of
rl: e T, 14 n s'tn to The He'rpi-'I r. He says they an roads that

-"""


p A.


Sold and rewommpnded by
WHITE'S PHARMACY,
Phone 10RO, Night Phone 446.
Pensacola, Pla.



ACT OF BRAVERY


BY RUSSIAN


STEWARD


John Bilsen Jumps Over Bow of
Vessel to Rescue Drowning
White Boy Sunday.


A'n act of bravery that is worth
noting was performed Sunday after-


Editor Pensacola Journal:
Yesterday's issue announcing eo
new cases in 48 hours and only one'
death, reveals the proverbial "silvery!
lining" of th" dark cloud of misfor-
tune, whose ombree shadows have:
i hung with pall-like drapery over our'
beloved city for a fortnight. May the
glad hope which these tidings bring,
brighten with each succeeding day!
until it finds full fruition in the happy
fact, that Pensacola can point with
smiles and pride to her clean bill of
health.
The ordinance published in the same


iow to Judge
Beer
POINTS OF

"WRI.LIANCY"-clarityv ad polish,
SVrovinperfect brewing and fe.
"CLEAN" TASTE The absence of
a disagreeable foreign or after-
p taste," proving scrupulous cleantl-
waes during the brewing process.
"SOLID, CREAMY FOAM"-Aa In-
fallible indication of body, afe sad
ezcelleuce of brewing material.
*PUMTY""-Lmp.sib!e to find Ia
most bottled beers, because their
preer'ution is gained through
chemical adulteration.
*FLAVOr*--The distiduciye ladi-
vdmual characteristic of avT bqer-
ge: as peculiartoit &'oeuas isits
Sto toe o. A dectious and
saceE bJ aroma is ti
h et stands .
A. B. C.
it the ONLY beer that poss.e aY
of these essentiael eAlificatioss.
Its purity is abeoouteY rauateed
by its rmkerq. It is tbe beer
that ci. be so gg aitead. because
it is the ONL bemr bottled ezic-
sively at the brewery


issue relating to sanitary inspection
is of scarcely less importance to the No. 3603.
city than the one authorizing the issu- H. L. COVINGTON, President M. E. CLARK, Cashier.
ance of improvement bonds. A C-W. LAMAR, Vke-President. JNO, PFEIFFER. Asat. Cashier.
ance of improvement bonds. A uni-
formly. firm and effective enforcement'
lof this ordinance, will spare our city I E AMERICAN NATIONAL BANK
a repetition of her present disaster. OF PENSACOLA, FLA,
through all the coming years, and so-
cure her title to the claim of being DESIGNATED DEPOSITORY OF UNITED STATES
the healthiest city of thte entire gulf Capital Stock, $200,000 Surplus, 40,000
or Atlantic coast. If men and meas- 3D0:.L Wl',PO3E.I
ures had been as considerate of Pen-
sacola's sanitary needs as nature has Henry L. Covington, S.J. Foshee.
been lavish in contributing to her J. M. Pfeiffer. A. M. Avery,
health conditions, there is scarcely Bryan Dunwody, . Mau Jr.,
room for doubt but that '82 would still Frank leilly. W. L. Cawton,
hold the date of her last yellow fever; W S. Roasco, C.A. ONeal,
visitation. But the slight loss to her T. F. McGourin, Dr. W. J. Hannah,
prestige which indifference and neg- F. Brawner, McKenzie Oerti:g
ligence have entailed, can. and from .W. r Lmar. Alex McGowin,
the ordinance referred to, will soon J.R. Saunder C.M. Covington.
be recovered and the unhappy circum-
stances which for the moment sur- Accounts of Banks, Individuals, Corporations, and Firms Solicted.
round her will soon be forgotten in: Four per cent. Interest paid on Time Deposits.
the bright future which is as surely
here as day follows night.
I am fully aware that comparisons --
are sometimes odious, but their odium WM. H. KNOWLES, Presidet. W. K. HYER, JR V.-Pres. and Cash.
may prove an incentive. In a former
letter referred Atlanta's fine a THOS. W. BRENT, AssLt. Csher. W. N. ROBERTS, Asat. Cashier.
tary condition. I will now proceed to
draw a comparison, and the differ-


for 5 or 10 cents a scrubbing brusn - ....... -- ence will )e obvious. otn incidents
which would have cost her mother half noon by the steward of the Russian occurred as I shall relate. V M
a dollar. One is the invention of the schooner Noa.s which is lying at the A highly respectable citizen of At-
brush filling machine, the other the East side of Tarragona street wharf lanta was recently ordered by one of
discovery of the possibilities of "fiber." Two white boys were at that point her sanitary inspectors to cut tneT IO N A L
This is a comprehensive word. It fishing when one of them fell 'off the former demurred on the grounds that
embraces all sorts of vegetable sub- wharf into the water. A current was the yard and the grass belonged to Of P Mnsa Ola, Fla.
stances which, from their stiffness running, and the boy was .carried un- him, and he did not care to comply.
when wet. their tenacity and their dl- der the piling and would probably The inspector returned a short while
visibility, can be made to take theI have drowned but for the presence ofi afterwards and as his orders had not DIRECTTRS. F Brent. W A. Blont, W I- K w
place of bristles. One of the common- mrina and bravery of Steward John been obeyed he reported the matter DIRECTOR. R C. Brentt W. A, Blount, Wm. FL Knowles
est is that known as "bass" or bastt." Bilsen of the Russian vessel who and the citizen was promptly arrested.
It is the leaf fiber of the piassava tree was standing near the forecastle annT arraigned and fined $50.00 and costs. W. K. Hyer, Jr.. D. G. Brent.
and is Imported from Africa. C'eylon saw the lad when he went ov'-r- In another city not very long since
and South Auerica. The factories re- ihoard. Without a moments hesita- citizen(?) of foreign birth with habits FOREIGN AN1 DOMESTIC EXONI0N1E BOu8 NT IND SOLD
ceive it in the form of large bales. each tion. Bilsen dived over tho bow of still more foreign to health was ai-
made up of separate banks or "pig- t.e ship and grasped the boy as they rested, convicted. and fined $3.00 for We draw our own Bills of Ex- Vesele disbursed upon the Mot
tails." whih must first be hacked or both came to the surface under thb planting spoiled fish, the most offen- change on Great Britai, Ireland. Favorable Teems, and their ob.
comb.whihed m -.a or b hac id e wharf. Then by the aid of a line siec of all offal, in his back yard. A Qermany, France, Austria, ttaly,
combed, muh as wool or flax is card- which another member of the crew comparison of the enormity of the Holland, Spain, Belgium, Russila, gation taken P ayabl at Port of
ed. threw them the two were drawn out offenses together with the respective! Norway, Sweden, Denmark, and Detination Ten Days After Vee.
When the fibers have thus been laid of the water. penalties Imposed, may serve to indi- other European countries. sel Arrives there.
parallel the bunch or pigtail is passed The boy's name was not learned as' ,eate the difference between the sani-
to the guillotine, na ,utter in which thA he appeared to he v-ry much tary condition of the two cities.
material is steadily fed forward, while frightened and, jumping onto his bi- There is no local cause for sickness' Safety Deposit Boxes For Rent, in Connection with which we
a blade like that of the French inxtru- cycle on the Vharf, he rode off at in or near Pensacola, and when hr f
,ent of execution cuts it into the de- a fast sp-ed. normal conditions are restored, and her have a Private Department for the use oF Rentcrs.
sired lengths. The act of bravery on the part of sanitary inspectors are vested with -
Meanwhile the back of the future Stewara' ilsn was one which not authority to exact obedience to the re- S vin en. tment -Interest Plid on De-
brush has boen prepared. It may be ever- man wcutld have performed quirements of the ordinance govern. S ip-m n -in e s W DW
made from any kind of hardwood, but and he deserves special note not only ing sanitary measures, she will asset positsat t of 4 per cent per Annum.
beech, birch and maple are the favor- for his bravery, but for the coolness and steadfastly maintain her claim to
beach, birch anksd maple are the favor-and presence of mind which he dis- be recognized as the most healthy --.--
items. The blanks are sawed to size played. and pleasant city to live in the year
aad are finished on the edge by re- L. HILTON OGRIN. PAl.ID- I- T Z. WELLES, .cViCrPswar.
volving cutters. like those of an ordi- s routh. of any n the whole sunny R.M. BIn.L., C..aa. MAN45IMLDMOENO. A.r CAsSIUs
nary molding machine or of the lathe The Great Antiseptic so. C. POTER Citizens National Bank,
for turning lasts. They are then ready Sloan's Liniment for all mosquito Atlanta, Sept. 17, 1905. No rteaswationas.
to be bored. bites. It kills yellow fever and ma- o rooorda.
This was formerly done by a drill laria germs. Injured in the Bay. e.&,W wrlt, Morris ear. T. rWelles
which made each hole separately. The Frank Marks. a well known bayman Ix. L. Etluoi Oweem.
modern machine contains as many was painfully injured Saturday while A JNRAL BANKING BUSINESS TRANSACTED.
drills a there are holes to be bored. Why tv tn TOmi fr at work loading timber into one of the ,
They may be arranged In any desired T steamers now taking cargo. Hisfojt, -- -- -
pattern, and at a single thrust will 1 was injured by a crow bar. which had ------*@SS@.. .* S. .* .*OSBS... .S.- -*.*SOOSS-
bore all the holes and lore them to a' been stuck by a failing piece of tim- J. S. REBES7, Preildent. E. W. MENEFE', Cashier.
uniform depth. The back and the fill- J J er. Fortunately no bones were R. M. CARY, VIce-PresidentL
ng now come together. The iber, cutbroken. THE PEOPLE'S BANK O PENSACOLA.
to twice the length of each tuft, 19iGROCE IESO.THE PEOPLES BANK Of PENSACOLA,
placed in the trough of the tilling ma- THREE JURORS CURED Directori-L. J. R4eves, J. S. Reese, W. DeC. Kessler, R. M. Cary,
bhine. from which a toothed rack pick We handle hi W. A. 'AImbertc T. A. Jennings.
up exactly the same quantity each WOf Cholera Morbus with One Small TRANSACTS A ONERAL BANkNG BUSINESS.
YOUR ACCOUNT IS RESPECTFULrAL SOLICITED.
time--enough for one knot or tuft. As In this line. Bottle of Chamberlai's Colic, ------------------- -
thisM UtTI' ln f At-InVthisLfine, includin-----Chottlera of-d Diarrhoea Coe-c-


OUR PRICES ARE


SURPRISINGLY SMALL.

The careful workman.shp. t gether
wi-h the high-grade ,:a:,!ard wo'ilhn'.
make garm'n:s we se'.l as ooi as
any in :he country. We wan' ,he
p 'aI :tsure of sh'w.ne y."l th -t'vera.
1.. !red r l ;;n : n f'r ::s an i Over-
',.' s. [" :~ V',': x" wor h a .',):e :'-cV
t':-; s ;hem You wiil then aeree
-:.;, :s a ,f a 'i d a eva g. to kn':v
wn. re go9.' rc :abie garments are
o, a; a ,mf." cos:.


Anderson & Robinson,


Tailors.


Phone 908.


14 West Wright St.


m m tuu' .1 mn[r au~aucs o"n Cholera and Diarrhoea Remn-
one side of the machine a strip of Iron e i
feeds forward on the other. The two edFiney Flrida .
will meet above the holes in the back FICSI FlOrlda Syrup iMr. G. W. Fowler, of Hightower,
of the brush, which the operator is Ala., relates an experience he had
holding in place, but just before that -,while serving on a petit jury in a
happens a die descends and punches an murder case at dwardsville count
from the strip of metal a small piece seat of Clebourne county, Alabam&
shaped somewhat like an inverted palr lyp' fresh meat and some souse meat and
of trousers. JSweet I U U e it gave me cholera morhus In a very
This bit of iron is known as the "an severe form. I was never more sick
chor." It is deposited, waistband down, In my life and sent to the drug store
upon the center of the tuft of fiber. for a certain cholera mixture, but the
That is simultaneously folded upon it- I druggist sent me a bottle of Chamber-
self. thrust into the waiting bole in the IPnf r1rks and l irk lain's Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea
brush back and driven home by a P volim vWa Ur s ad uv Remedy instead, saying that he had
plunger. what I sent for, but that this medicine
The blow serves not merely to force DPliVeriP was so much better he would rather.,
the knot or tuft of fiber to the bottom DeaWi e send it to me in the fix I was in. I
of the hole. but, striking between tef tofik one dose of it and was'curec ia
two shanks of iron which represent ve minutes. The second dose cur
the legs of the trousers, it spreads them 'er me affntirely d In the same majurorner
apart and so drive the sharp outer and and one small bottle cured the three
upper corners into the wood at the UiVeUs aUQ H i c" us." For sale by all druggists.
sides of the hole. A pull on the tuft
of fiber merely presses these corners# LAUNDRY NOTICE. I
deeper into the wood and locks the tuft
more securely. Owing to the scarcity of collections
-r-w ...'- -h _._._ a........ I A a----and the absence of Mr. Walker Ing-;


j wu uIsa m inulltUe 19ist lvev erage
rate at which all this is done. The'
operator's only duties are to see that
the machine has a sufficient supply of
fiber and of metal tape and that the
brush bick is so placed that the plun-
ger hits the hole accurately.--Youth's
Companion.


East Hill Uro. Co.

Cor. Bayae and Gadsden Sts.,


PHONE 212.


raham from the city, it is necessary to
Place the business on a cash basis.'
Monthly customers are hereby noti.
i fied that money must be left at home
to pay delivery man, or packa e will'
be brought back to laundry office.
STAR LAUNDRY,
sept 1w By H. J. Mackey.


3E. LM .
WholeMle and Letail Desier a
Steam, Domestfic Anthracite C A

Otfce.-No. 13 South P-tlaOx street. Telephone, 93.
Yards on Zarragose and Gonzales streets. Phone, 6.




CURIOSITY IS NOT ALWAYS A SINI

It will pay youto Investigate our prices before buying your
Hardware, Sash, Doors, Blinds or Lumber.
We also handle Paints, Oils, Brick, Lime and Cement.
We caa save you money on everything.


Saunders Mill Company


Offices
Factory


29 East Garden Street.
North Palafox Street.


Phone 717.
Phone 1133.


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Secn, fHeard anO DmwAne iang rhz)se Who Go, Come.
=Wd Tarryv~~Wocme and Society, Here =W4 Blswhere


TO IMPROVE AND PRESERVE
YOUR BEAUTY
USK

NADINE FACE POWDER
Copyrighted in Green Boxes.
SUPERIOR IN QUALITY. HARM.
LESS AS WATER.


Slit RtLAY CAMP

AT GOULDING

BOYS ELECT OFFICERS AND ARE
GREATLY ENJOYING THEIR


STAY IN TEMPORARY


ST I B A QUARTERS.
B AR U I Ir 0 Am R |DOUGLAS, DOUGLAS, TENDER Ann Hitchcock, the daughter of the Gje
THE PERFECT BEAUTIFIER. AND TRUE. Secretary of the Interior. Comman-! .
SBy Miss Mulock.) der Sims is among the best known and Gouldmg, Fa.. Sept. 18.-We (the
Sola t, ta' otly hailetTs ', Could .e Oome back to me, Doug' abfst of naval officers. He was our boys) have been ou :ere just ten day-
tat;l bt n .i]b -'i;ra off ars worry. ill- las, Douglas,. naval attache at Paris from 1897 toi P i today and are now free from all mos
n~*af "1X..lur_-.i A",.r a few app im- In the old hkeness that I knew, 1900, rendering valuable service In' tiayan i ar no i- -- ... .
tio rtf BO.fTo a.t-aut of youth ret r .. .. .. .. ha quito bites, which ma: nave been in:
ad aw fa i like an"l from the a. I woud be so faithful, so loving. that capacity during the war withquito bites, which
iwltein. ti- r, ; .' e -..r and Tv;.'ty, Doug'as, Spain. Later, he joine.t the U. S. S. fliced before we Itft PeInsacula.
Okto w .'r: t .main ftt D luglas, Douglas, tender and true. Ken ucky and went to the Asiatic sta- When the news reached us ten dayv
Cbm it., artd Kixr; 0 rma,,l,,ri-ts. It tion, where he took such a practical ago that we wouid have to go 9
ha, made f&d-,ri. t .... auti : a dt. d. Never a scornful word should rriev-' interest in naval gunnery and target Goulding and ca..i unil the quara-
s o y o u th fu : a! I, rtv a n dd : flty a th e r w e rs , ,7- m.[-h. ---
at w-.ty.alo uqed hVni whtih me practice along practical i nes, that the tile was lifted, i: wa. received wii!,
ondrtu r e-u:i B.- i., a imovT. the. 'd smiiie on ye sweet as the ange's Navy Department ordered him home much regret bv several of the bov.~
wrie.a-L BLBRKH A I. I'R ML'* d i) --- b fore the expiration of his cruise an, but taat is all ff now, and we hav.
WRIkKL CAR%. bAL L A X-; PIT' Sweet as your smile on me shone' detailed him to duty as inspector of a jolly time.
TIO and l I t-rIcts N(, 1EtrP excr. target practice. He has labored dili- NADINE FACE POWDER is com- We vigorously fcr,hil any one col::
1t" AlKT' '. Douglas. Douglas, tender and true.: gently in that office and is responsi- pounded and purified o) a newly dis- Ing from the infet-d di-t:ict to han,'
NPr asie v 1 leadtng drugirgtts or sen: ble. more than any other officer of the covered process. Produces a beauti- around the camn).
di BERRY CHE AL Oh. to call ak th days that are service for the development of marks ful, soft, velvety appearance, whi' Thinking it alvi ab, we calledd a
.. R.B StE LOUh E notC nianship in the service. No one has remains until washed off Ladies who ape. ial meeting on T:Lursday last for
Dt. St, ,1 v,, j fMy eies were blinded, your words applied himself more conscientiously use Nadine Face Powder are sure the; the purutpse of ele-tinl ottf-ers, such
.auto t..ok mtaii-i rfuonr.n. wre few; or more unflaggingly to his task and complexion will be soft and lovely at as we deemed essenial. The resi"ul
Do you know the truth now, up in with the result that the service has close of the evening. of the election is as fcllo\ws: Llrew
S eavemi? ma.aerialy inmplved Its record for THE QUALITY IS UNEQUALED. William.;, camp health officer; J. M
A IPuglas. Dougla. tender and true.' -nnery Miss Hitchcock is the eld- Buy one 50-cent green package of Fieming, sanitary inipecto:r Mar,,
ilet YOl r Appetite' est unmvirr!el daughter of Secretary Nadine Face Powder, and If you are Boghich, R. V:ckerv, F oyd Willams.
I a va never was worhy of you. Dolm'a Hiih:cock, and first mn t Commander not entirely satisfied, notify us and! Bill Bonds and LloYd lla,.n quarattLi;.
NWrt half worth\ 1hb like of yoi: Sir.s whi: ;n St. Petersburg, when we will promptly refiund your money, guards.
and then come to No,. all n. n beside -semin to me her father was thep lTnied States Am- Sold by all leading druggists, or mail The guards .-a'l should any one
t Ol.d Rlb .. e. like shadows- l as~a or at the Russian capital an-1 price 50 cents. White, Flesh, Brunett, present himst'lt near lt camp with
thi, Old Reliable I love you, Duiglas. tender and the naval officer was on duty there as prepared only by out a health certificate they would put
true. our naval attache, and is. of course. NATIONAL TOILET CO., Paris, Tenn. 'em through the lane on the gallop.
Sa promnen ember of Washington -.. --. Don't think they are jking for tae.
IN icrk 's s'r(:"hi? out your hand to te,- Dou s S 1 1 ] s. - . a pa rty o f w h o m w e re a t th e st a tio n h e t o Sh e T h_.t
SDrop forgivenes from heaven like Mr. and Mrs. .1. 1). Leonard Mrs. to bid them adieu. Thlr sons M.; proposition ba Jt O .
S de-w, El Wa and two children, are among ana' Mr. Eddie Walsh. remained was alllapproved by Healh Officer D.
S As 1 lay mi hart on your aad ,the Pensacolians enjoying life at te guests of Mr. Joe McHuh and Afer a closeinp,,tionJ. MFle-
ar ') ".uglaDeltaFla.s.isters Miss Sadie and MiSs ernie .. .. ..aitera sinsi)t't fJ. M. Fen -
nT ,nr an true%. r. i nc r McHugh until eSunday noon when sanitary ins r fund h
R estau ran t V r and trw. wer escorted to the train b place in a very po-l )sa, 1ar condition
---- Mrs. J. F. Waldon and children are -ey wer? escorted to the train b. ant, immediately reiusted that the
FAREWELL PARTY FOR visiting her father and sister Mr. A. a large party of young people loat be put n a better condition.
W MOR but h JOE AND E:DIE WALSH. C Tippn and Miss Tippin at Delta, to see them go. This work was also approved by ).
-k -_ A fare ':vi rt: as 'en(.ere t.Fla., roadd put'the
lways obtainable. Mssrs ov and '. ie Wa]lh 'Friday Miss Beatrice W-ite's man. illiams an the ra t
n.r, P", ha rrvt-d most enjoyable Miss Flowers and daughter Miss freds and adrer-s Iblace in rsta. is sanitar condi
d 'p *e ;~ universal r.ret at lhcr Lula are visiting the family of Mr. ested to learn that she is in Cincin- at once and it did nt cost us any-
A kinds of Fish, Soft Shell t p aching? dcpari..re to resie in Majors near Olive natti where sheeeral of the boys have remarked
Al kinds$of is, ot ni Nts York C "' :" 1 4 l In that music center so superior that' Se-l of t e b oy he r khe
Cabs, W Ste Meat Varieus ng gam s. music Mr. D. B. Morrison has return! she will remain their under the n- tat tey on care w ong t
S. an rfrhments r enjoyd frpm North Carolina where he spent rucion of te finet vocal nsruc quarantine last ..s for free and con-
REGULAP DINNER SERVED DAILY,. Th,se pre.-t w:;'-. M:ss In.z lar- a peasant vacation. tor n the city. Mis ; Whie s with pany gives us our chos free and cose--
.er brother Mr. Malolm White wo s- ..uently we are under no expense--
.. .... r. s .li. Annlie A'n.-wor; h. ..e, nthoca who are so unfortunate
25 CENTS. "Mai an M Al MH M Mrs. C. A. Sewart and family, has a good position in incinnati., except seh
SAnna Oerlin,. Miss Edwina and Mis- Mrs. Butler and Master Alvin Butler: s It is Miss Whitr's intention to fitto the little gme they call
Core\ Swarne. Mi, Sa lie and Mi,, and Mrs. Everard Meade Wilsoa and herself for teaching she is to be con- crr. Jo nnie Ma xwell p resented s
TMe: MaMcolm Bou'thon. Mr Jehtl (6yIng country life in Alabama.l Itunity thatucity offers, and of whIcn wih about 40 fresh waterdbreern Sat-
SHORT LINE Kelle. Mr. Bud Sv,-ain ,.. Mr. Ear she has the ability to take advanta greatly relished.
Laiinrford. Mr. .,Je gMcHrsugh r. MEvert greghters re and W. F Davis bring
Charl:s Thompwon. Mr. Willie King .isses Idelle, Millie. Effie and uste Mrs. D. Baker and daughter Miss c hick en ut often When we
Mr (w -Tort. Mt. H-nian are with Mrs. George Parazine ,'E are visiting Mr. an Mrs. L. us c e.
.. Pa. Fla.. and "living in cloy ,Maher on Bay'ou Texar. While fish-' hear a ch'cke- hollow we all know
iforniaand Northwegst r.m h JtHSrn o. ada M'sw.ncGree
Mr. Jul us IDanie:s, Mr. Chari'- until the mi-rdle of October. iMrngK a catfish finned the vein in Misst me a-d .. .-e arr:v d- -
viaetof, lle's hand causing her great fuf- W. ..7e will me t"I .on so,,". .al I'.le -
Tla For,'m. Evrett and sons are still in the clY. I ferin t U ecdotes that have occurr-d out hire' il
Chicago. Omaha. St Iouis and Kansas our next communicaion an. t
City is the ARMY AND NAVY WEDDINGS. I Miss Olga White is now at Camp Mr. and Mr. Pter Bell who have ler wil rn hat are having a
T e dat;. for the wed.!ing of Miss Hill. Ala.. where she is to teacn been at Niagara Fall-s, eft there i t-J-K-L of a tme.
P1 D c I,,:,-o !< HIl:iard Wheeler. da,!ghtr of throughh the winner. Her mother been at agara Fal t there H JK-L ot THE O
Union PacifiC Mrs. Harod Wheoelr. o6f Bal'imore, Mrs. White. and her sister Mrs. W. Sept. 14 for St. Catherines Springs.
.. fotreriy of the Easi,-'n Shore of F. Hoffman and two children arealto Pirating Foley's Honey and Tar
andconnections, wiihthroughleeping Maryland. Lient nan! lewis Tnr at Camp Hill with her.
*i~p mn'gAD ura oie0 Fly&C. ilao r~n


a &M 1'. U artillery c':p,. has be-n set
Oneuway coon' rates on sale front. for Septeiber 27. Tre ceremnonv will
?Sepi rnr 1t t htober 31st. 190 take pare in St M,^at-rs and All
To California. 'r-ron. 1Washingtox Angels Church, in Biltimore. at 7
Montana. Utah. e cfotclock in The evening
Special r.>un tr p rae to Califor- Service peop i e i be interest
1:;a and. P. ,- la.rd . Caf x( ed 4n ah annoiun, m "nt of the en-
telmber Mldh eSan.:men, of Lie;tia.'t Cornmanb-?r
A, .. throur'. rate fr 'm your W1ilam S. Sims. U. S. Navvy an.! '.,iss
station and s- ,*;are ;Terazure. I
fornma'ion froe'ix i-,.n i "
J. F. VAN R7NSS rAM 7A7T J<1///7/Y / al
Genera, AXgent.
13? Perah' r, S'., AlIanta, G..
G W. ELY, T P. A


Penacola Dyeing, CleaM-

ing and Pressing Club
is the plaie to sen:. your clothes to be
Hired. Cl,,aned. Pr( sed or Repair1. r-"--"
The1-. aro now in a '-silion to handif e
your A I i mrn (ff ,,(at lathan ever.
E. L. REESE,
Phofe 675. Proprietor.
No. *I North Palafox Street.

GIVE YOUR HAULING TO

Melchaats Transfer CGo.
Thor. B. Thor-. i, Prop.
HAULING 07F EVERY DESCRIPTION


SPECIAL ATTENTION G'VEN TC
BAGGAGE CAY OR NIGHT.

PHONW 978.
P. 0. C .X, 6 ..


It's Too Hot to

Cook Dinner


at Home.


G- a mneal ticket a.nd
ta,,' ,. ,. tr h7 r,- f,< r '
f- "'i ,, v'. t e,0 fr
('d. the ct .r,'n are de-
'.h t'e a:i \ n il be
;:eased at... ,d.-:ighted
with the f,' 1 th'b, rv:ce
ano the p-:"


THE BEST ICE CREAM
IN THE LAND.


Kandy Kitchen Cafe,
140 S. Palafox. Phone 999


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PLASTRON FROCK F(
Plaston designs are the latest fad
for the sm'nal f'ks of the nursery; an i
they certainly do lend themselves to
present trimming effects, and make,
for a smartness I a frock that would
otherwise appear'plain and even ordi-
nary. The one of the picture, in a
soft henrietta, is fashioned after the,
usual bodice and skirt design, there'
being a fitted lining to the body por-!
ion. The plastron is applied sepa-
rately. the rows of braid serving toli


Si utiiiLnlprntlng The Journal's notice of Fole & Co. i.'ago. ol'izin27: |
Mrs. B. H. Thomas, who has bet,: the wedding of Mr. Sandusky and IHoney and Tar as a throat and inm
ill for several weeks is now getting iss Nellie Roberts, the Mobile remedy, and on amount of the grei-
along nicely. Re-"ister says: Imerit and pop:lar:ty of Foley's Hor.-
S"r. Sr.-'usky, up to two years' p a-d Tar ma- n : .a:ons n're o '
Mr. and Mrs. .ames Wa'sh and a o wna located in Mobile and had. '~r j fort g' n et- wor',
Mhil.r n left San'_rv for anw Y.... "ran friends, who extend congratu o -,ss iniita'i -is have uinliar so in l'n-,
(tildr-n loft .r tim" g v for r Nrw ', N -,I I
,l'r"' 'h'v vili i-s' to the regr, i, h"ons to h~m and his bride." I nanes. Bea o i Tv genr
if ', r many fri nuis a:dl neiThbo. ..Wiiam R .ohnson I,'o>' .. Lu *te. i ,, Tar i na a
MIr. W illiam R. Johnson ii( s r ; l t ;. \- r'
Mr. Ben D. B .'ors anA c-i'dren vi i fs. a", i i t'' i I. I e, *
S iave h'-n rta^ing at the Aragfn He o-:'l for- cins'i 'i :
/,' aSliol Ec tr : ,ui n l ATlnta ar- now v -.Tin If r.Lehere ,tl ) 2'.' i i \; Y ano J
i ,rietnil. in that city. .. .
Mrs. Thigp,,n of 412 East Wrigh, Etymiology of M1utiny."
i4 aat :-cambia camp. "Mtt y" is ai w.r, o,f terrible
sotud. par:iy" Ibe.,ause uf ithe many
l' Te "BEST EVER M \tDE." W'uie drendful. eonuts that it recalls and
Ribibon Lemon and Vap"i'a Ex:racts partl-. no d ,ti':. be.'nuse to the ear
0 a At a*i g'rocrs. it ,nirests mutilatete" but it siinltles.


TO THE TRADE.
On account of quarantine, we will
not undertake to es:ablit.i a branch
house in Pensacola until same is 'e
yoked. We will make all oil an I,
grain shipments from Mobile. Ala.
Same will go forward promptly. Sent,:
us your orders for high grade oils.
PURE OIL CO.,
14septlm. J. F. Davis, Agt.
NICE, FRESH MOBILE OYSTERS,
ON THE HAL." SHELL AT NICK
APOSTLE'S RESTAURANT EVERY'
DAY.

Low rates at Southern Hotel 'for
rooms and board.
New Suits 'Filed.
The following new suit was filed
yr-terday in the office of the clerk of]
ihe circuit court:
Jas. L. Mathias., for use of Southe'rnI
States Lumber Co., vs. John Thomas
Glass and Elizabeth Glass, ejectment;
Blcunt & Blount, attorneys for plain-
tiffs.


A Hard Struggle


etymuniiIon'aIly. nothing more than *
"movement," and "c:mninlotion" ought *
really. again according to etymology.
to be the stronger word of J-.L two. ,
The old French "'nwute." meant.Lr sedi- *
tion. to which the word is tra,-ntble. *
has given way to "'emeute" In this
sense, "raeute" nowadays signifying *
only a pack of hounds, a mnch more
Innocent specialization of movement. *
It may be noted that, while Shake- *
speare knows "mutiny" In the modest *
sense, "Love's Labour's Lost" also *
speaks of "a man whom right and ti
wrong have chosen au s mnpire of their
mutiny," where "mutiny" only means
discord or quarrel.
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Military Discipline.
During the early conquests of the
French In Algeria the quiek tempered
General P., thinking that one of his ad-
jutants had displayed want of skill in
carrying out his orders, so far forgot
himself as to strike him with his rid-
Ing whip. The offleer seized his pistol,
took aim at the general and was about
to fire, but the pistol would not go off.
Then the general immediately called
out, "Eight days' arrest for not keep-
Ing your weapon In order."


"Y/! r4-. Many a Pensacola Citizen FInda the, "
Struggle Hard. The general public Is of the belief L
With a back constantly aching, that the word "storm" simply implies a
With distressing urinary disorders, precipitation of some kind*, either rain,
Daily existence is but a struggle. snow or sleet, when, in fact, in a eel-
No need to keep it up. entlflc sense the word "storm" means
Doan's Kidney Pills will cure you. "wind In motion," and when a storm ia
Pensacola people endorse this mentioned by the weather bureau it is
claim: n C s o 20 Ie !expected that the winds will be high
Anthony Collins, of 420 Intendencia ,l o the attending conditions.
St.. says: "Mrs Collins read an ad-Toronto Mal.
vertisement about Doan's Kidney -
SPills and procured a box at Sidney
Kahn's drug store. No. 9 South' A Lost Art.
Palafox street. She suffered at Modern stained glass Is a terrible !
times from aching in her loins and thing, and, great as Is the progress of
OR A LITTLE GIRL. across her back after working hard stoence in other directions, up to now It
about the house. She uted less than has failed to discover how the makers
cath it down to the frock. This ex- one box of Doan's Kidney Pills and they of mediaeval times produced those
tends in an unbroken line from that did her much good. I have heard trooderful deep tints which never tire
to hni. little pointed straps of braid these pills spoken of highly by differ- the eye or offend the taste.--Country
being applied at intervals. A frill of ent people who have tried them, and Life.
the same henrietta braid, trimmed. is' ll consider them a remedy which
posed in apron style along this pias-i tulflls the representations made for 1m6 c". 1
iron above the waist line and over them." It is t eral wiurage that character iesH
the shoulders, back and front; and For sale by all dealers. Price 50 the highest order of manhood and wom-
the sleeve is a full puff to the elbow, cents. Foster-Milburn Co., Buffalo, manhood, the eourae to be just, the
where I finishes with a similar fill. N. Y.. sole agents for the United, urage to be honest, the courage to
The lit e short skirt is shirred to the States. i rit tmaio t cr o
band, and finished three tucks above. Remember the name-Doana'-and 1 resist temptation, the courage to do,
the hea take no other. I one's duty.-Samuel Smiles.


You Have Nearly

Stamped Out the


OPEN ALL
NIGHT.


Yellow Fever


with


Sulphur, Insect Powder and Oil of

Citronella.

DON'T RELENT! MAKE A CLEAN JOB OF IT!



...HOOTON'S PHARMACY...


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PHONE 1100


THE BIRTH PLACE OF PROMPT DELIVERY.


MAXWELL HOUSE.

AUSTELL, GA.

WRITE FOR RATES.

WILL E. MAXWELL.


I*44OOOOOOmO*4***OOOO**OOOOSOOOOO


Do You Read, Evenings?


That's what a Morris chaIr is for, to'stretch out In. A+t-
just the back to any desired angle and enjoy a good
book or your evening paper. Let us show you sm ne of
these great big easy chairs on hand. Carved oak frames
and reversible velour cuiiions. We won't quote prices
this time, you might think something was the matter
with them.


MVARSTON & QUINA,


108-110 S. Palafox St. Phone 148.


Pensacol


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a, Fla.
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DON'T MISTAKE CHILLS AND FEVER FOR

YELLOW FEVER
At this time of the year there is a great deal of malaria and chills and fever.
As a positive preventative try


LEWIS' ANTI-MALARIA AND CHILL CURE 4
IT CURES TO ST AY CURED.
Sold at all drug stores or at
EWIS 6 CO., Wholesale Druists, East Government Street
P3M2X c0m oO C: JT*M


IF WE HAVE IT, IT IS THE BESTS

Leave Your Orders with Us for



Fancy Groceries

We Are Still the Leaders.


Sol Cahn & Co.


The Pure Food
Store.


The Store that Feeds
Phones 178 and 480 the People.


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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, TUESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 19, 1905.


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The JournaPs Classifie

ON...-.yte-a-wor@ ee e MrtW@m. X e No avrtexoent ta
*^I^<1X~KW^^^^^X^^^>^1*^ lii t I^^^^^S^\^>l \


I Cash Advertisements


kon for less than 2bo.


Sps eal rates by the month.


I" ,ALP WANTED


WANTEDr-Everytdy to know that WANTED-Hotel oook;colored boy to
I am prepared to furnish them car- cook in a small hoel, good salary;
Sin ny, I will always cook in a small bohel, good salary;
coal in any quantity as I will alwRay answer quick, for Chiplov Hotel. Chir-
have a car load on hand. Will deliv- -y, Fla. I
er any amount from 4 bushels Ai1. -9sep -.
Wagons on the street dally. When WANTED.-Good cleaner and press"r
you want charcoal liSen for the fog at once. Apply No. 9 East Inten-,
born. Vucovich Coal Yard, Geo. Vuc- denca. 19set3t*
vich, Prop 17sPCt. TWO WHITE LADIES want positions
WANTED-Young deer for pet.. Ad- as chambermaids or dining room
dress C. H. Conoley, Wallace, Ala. waiters. Apply to 625 West Gregory
i?", ewt 3t_ :t" 1iseptivw*


200 Lots for Sale


In.


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H a ve M TI lL AAL 3IILL wW ,VPIW&m W. -r V IWA-W.V O f W

eekly aymens Reatate Refugees From Pensacola

Of $1.00 only 'We adv-e you to sav in town,.but ,,
FPOF r SaRie? 'w' er you go or stay et us collect can place their property in our hands for
No Taxes==No Interest o Collection of Rnts a .
Then let us know about i at once. Vo Eveorything :n the real estate bus. t,
This offer r is made to clrks. enar- are in a position to hand:]e it for you lness receives prompt attention. ment of Taxes, keeping it prop
peters, baymen, acknien, or to any quickly, if the price is right. f op
one who has Thou de-irp to grasp an, F erly Insured or Disposing of
opportunity1 that t For Rent. I1LIn e. vRUU w e eBR Ore t tS, a
again. Suppose I ask you this ques- Same. We are r to Stay,
tion: HOW MUCH do you unnec roo cottage, bath, partly fur-' R fever or no fever, and any busi.
sarily spend each week for which vyn uiished. on East HOl..........$15.001 FOR RENT o od
have nothing to show? To form a! I --- ness entrusted with us will receive
basis from which to illustrate, we will I flOT1 t, 1,L O- i FOR RENT.-Completely furnished
say $1.00. u five room cottage on East Hill ca%, Caretul attention.
Suppose ynny pav that .$1.00 to me In large or small am unts on Rea, line in excellent neighborhood unt:l Corretpondence solicited
each week and in a few months ,ou Estate, plain or endorsed notes. December 1. Phone 879. 14septlw y s ic
will be an owner of real ~state. Think --OR ENT.-- ve room cottage a th
of it. Here is the chance of your life' LT hW t l Co W bath and gas, 1107 t. Cervantes, two Tho C WA tson Co.,
Cv~~~~all and see me i"ll .o U ~KJV !' Gibbs, at Forbes store. 13septlm*
Thl os.o Peblev 200 Theisen Bld'g FOR RENT.--l'-"rom--noose, corner I Leading Real Estate, Rental and Insurance Afents,
Th ..e.e Hayno and Wright stre.tAs. Apply R a, a c
Office Cr. Romana and Palafox Fts. FF A sm- w.s. Garfield. 27aug. Cor. Palafox and Garden Streets, Pensacola, Fla.
lnflone o59. -s-l, 9OR S LE FOR RENT.--Smail farm 1 block ,- and .e ,C1
-. _ FOR SALE-One lot of fine show side ciy limits on county hard. t ft ; f < v.
H lp.Wan.ed ses, especially adapted for ml, road, with s:x room house; windm mil ....
Help Wanted linery purposes or for drug store; water pipes in yard and all through .
also one lot of counters and fine house. Rent reasonable. Apply W. oard and Rooms.
WATED.-Travelirg salesman for French plate glass mirrors. E. L M. McClellan, at First National Bank, B ar an R O
Florida; staple line; entirely new Reese, 118 South Palafox. 2sep Pensacola.26auglmFURNISH
sion; $25 ekly advance; prmai- OT orrine House, corner NISHED OR UNFURNISHD
in d u cem en ts to tra Je ; h ig h co m m is- R EN T Lo r min e H o u se cor ne r i n b u si ness center I
ion $25 weekly advance; erman. FOR SAL-A a sacrce, urntre rooms, near business center and n CENTRAL TRADES COUNCIL.
ent o0 right man. P. C. Farley Co store, stock and accounts. Cal aL Hayne and Belmont streets. Apply car line. For furtht -information There wil; be a meeting of this
Detroit, Mich. 2t* 138-140 B. Intendencia. san W. S. Garfield. 12jul ring Phones 368 an 48 4S 5 wings. body on the first and third Vedne..
FOR SALF-One Choice block on t FOR REN1T.-Re-denci lately y oou days of each month at 7:30 p. m. AU
WANTE D- Agents for Complete iKus- of tre ridge Cn ofthe elocc~.upied by Dr. W. S. Hall, No. 11U V FOR KENT.-nrn:The' rooms Oui-! delegates are requested to ed pr
WANTED.-Agents for Complete rtu- of the ridge east of the electric cupstreet Apply to R M Cary side of infected district. Apply to ats "re r t pro
silan-Japanese War Book; good sal- railway, between 7th and 8th street. LaRPalaftreet.sApply to R. M. Ca W. Belmont street, ont p y Z. W. ROBERTS.
ary, sample free. Address Globe Co., Nature has favored this section and it x e ae I w. L. DELY, President
723 Chestnut St., Philadelphia. cannot be duplicated. A. V. Clubbs. FOR ENT-Twenty-room iouse, cor.- l Secretary.
17sept3t B PLTn O ner Barracks and Zarragossa street ROOMS AND BOARD-Several large 3,
sep PLUTO! PLUTO! Suitable for boarding house. Apply rooms for rent with or without board' Pwe c tydg No. 3, K. ot P,
ANTED-Th Pensacola Journal your system in good condition to Mrs. M. J. Moreno, 216 t Zarra directly on water front, suitable for every day e ing at
has employment for two more relia- luto the great stomach healer, for ss 26 light housekeeping. Apply Mrs. Ret- Watson butl&g Corner alflo d
ble carriers. Apply to Chas. F. Stew- sale, wholesale and retail, by Jas. i singer, Fisherville. Phone 933. Garden iti VlSSng bretire S
art, Room 9, Salisbury building, W. cHugh. LOST 9sept. d ,ly welo t
Government St. 16sentt "T - .... W .T.A.xrAprr_ ri i.... A f- ..., n n u M ........ -^


-*--D- MAvr young-_ _---FOR SAL.oE CHEAP-My three-year-. IA4 1IJ-. *'- ut U iVL
.WAN`TD.-T0 rent five or six room ..WANT -Al, rhepersongw!)
WANTED.To rent ve or six room A .-All young persons w old Berkshire herd t-oar, Duke of LOST.-Black, butt-head cow, with fainily; convenient to railroad shops
cottasre either on North or West kare good stenographers or book-i FFlorida, No. 68,923. Also some fine steer calf with white face. Reward' and on street car line; large rooms,
RIlL Must have all modern convene. keepers, that are seeking positions or ro Sale. I young pigs. 1 six-rontfls-old boar, all for return to Nathan Adams, 509 bal- 'with privilege of use of baths and tel-
encesp. Address P. O. Box 464, City. promoon register with us imme- registered and transferred. Carl Set- amanca St., City. 19septlw* phone. Address D. C. ., care Jour.
-ioately. We can secure you good apos- FOR SALE OR RET.-Beautiful terlind, Chipley, Fla. 18JIl O 1st-altes- e Angora Kitten nea.! hal. 24auglm
j- M .__oi b e e e c ; W e. .are a or a .country hom e on R e.,ervation ; goo ln r
Al'TD.-Potion by experienced aily th an we cansuppl. calls hiuntry g; me ond gardeemn; good water FOR SALFr--Beautiful block in New ly grown. Reward for return to 811
male stenographer. Address 60 ) It will cos! n -. a ;eCitya Trac- No.* 312. For cash $600. E. LaRna St. 19sept
a e eess V1, you nothing to register with us. MeUx plenty wood. Will sell cheap for cash C. Trc .o.3.2. Fl r ch $60. E.L.Money.to...an.
care Journal. 14septl-w. & Munron Proprietors, he Mobil or rent reasonable Apply F N how Apply to A,. M.cMillan, Court housa. LOST, STRAYED OR bTOL.,N- _*nt Lo n
WANTrD.-We can accommod 1 a Business College, No. 62-64 N. Royal ell, Warrington, Fla., Phone 889, Box au Black Holsten cow with brass tips
few guests at an up-to-date mountain. SL, Mobile, Ala. 15septlm* 36. 15sept.lm* FOR SALE-Kill the germs of fever- On horns; about 4 years old, either M oney-tO=ILO.
hotel: climate deMhful and good wa- ordor a barrel of slack lime to-day, sprger or with calf. Reward.for re
ter: moderate rates. Address F. D. ANTED--Agents make $6 daily sell. CHICKeN Wle T prou~ Phone 36 4auglm tur Furns Dairy, 309 W. Zarragossa T
Cunningham. Buena 'Isa&, Va. ing the cheapest and most perfect The cheapest food to be found. y. FOR SALE.-Shngles and wood. Mil 7septamounts on real estate, plain or n-
15seplm* at $ F00 er ever invented eta Mellen & Co.. Phone 384. loct just west of Muscogee wharf. C.L. dorsed notes. Prompt service. L. S.
I- at $2.00. Big profit. Exclusive terr:- ----------r g nI to &Co.
PLUTO! PLUTO! tory. Seneca Filter Co., Seneca, Mo. FOR SALE OR RENT.-Black top Creighton. 10set2m Mis el n ous Brown & Co., 200 Thiesen building
Keep yorr -'.ern in gtod condition' 2spio t i tent, 28x0 feet. Splendid for par- FOR SALE.-My residence on Ea.t Easpt.
nd you need Dom feyar any disease..u. ng -ties to camp out of town. Address P. Hill, either including whole block AS A PREVENTIVE try Lewis' Anti.
s'luto, the great ,mach healer, for WANTED.-Smart young man able to O. Box 446, city. of twenty lots 40x137 1-2 feet each or Malarial and Chill Cure. It cures DO YOU WANT to borrow money in
,,ale. wholesale and retail, by Jas. influence large orders for well quarter block of five lots. Apply at to stay cured. It Is a good tonic, a amounts from $500.00 up? We have
NcHugh. known brands -f whiskles. Address FOR SALE OR RENT.-10 room my office, Thiesen Building for furtr- good liver regulator. You need it at $10,000.00 to loan at 7 and 8 per cent.
,S-fNTTD-To rent or buy improve with particulars; references and house and 120 acres of good laud er particulars. C. W. Hagerman. 'this time of the year. On sale at all interest Thos. C. Watson Co. 6uil
place, not r han miles north terms. Hughes. 1 Corps Building, located at Gonzalez, Fla. Either to- 24auglm. druggists, or at Lewis & Co., ast
or nortawest of Pen 'P ela, with 15 to Pr(*esons Row, Liverpool, England. gether or separately. Terms reaso- FOR SALE OR RENT.-New 7-room Government street. Price, 50' oog ral
'2. acreT of land in cultivation. as- ). ep3:. able. House may be rented temper- house at Goulding; large yard Government street. Pric13seplm. tae curity, o d coll
arily. Apply at W. L. Zachrey's cf- shade ee udna r lroad, fify 13seplm at lowest rates. LesUe 3. ]lo a
tine Hutto. Holts. Fla. Iseptim* WANTFA).--Trustworthy man toman- ly. Apply a L shade trees, near railroad, fifty feet y wife having left my bed and anJ oesr buLed* So4
t Tt e ae branch off ce and iostriouting d ec. sep. well and outhouses. A good bargain, board, I am no longer responsible for
KING decorator- cone varnishian pt for irge manufacturer. Salary to, FOR SALE.- am Florida State Agent Apply to postmaster, Goulding Fla. any debts incurred by her. aul MONY OAN aa a
a r a'ntine a r ph start with. $1500 frst year, and extra! for Fire and Burglar Proof Safes aud 22 ag3w Peters, Hard Road, Goulding. kn ds at peraal property. parable
and tnishinR. Sign pa'nting a commis-ions and expenses. Applicaut Vault Fixtures of all descriptions tOR' SALE-Second-hand cash regis 12septlw* ,Wekly or moty. Wahe yes ad
ciare. Residence ph,,ue 4. gau. must have good references and $1000 manufactured by Alpine Safe an8 ter in perfect condition. Will se.l PIANO TUNING. oae7, see me J. A. WmlacI, 23s w.
Xrs Laura W. Creary will resume cash. capital s.cured. Experience un- Lock Company of Cincinnati, Ohio. cash or or, time. A rea; bargain. Can I worked at this 14 years in Mobile GoverNmeSt stit. Salib buildln
P agency for the Winona mil!s hisier., necessay. Address "Manufacturer," Communicate with me for prices and be seen at James McHugh's 22mon Aa. will satisfy you in price an l 'Mo.o
and solicits -he patronage of al; form- .1 Wes1 ANater St., Deruit, Mich.' terms before buying elsewhere. Scar. GO TO TURTON tor all sies fAim. quality of work. J. Conrad Scott, 2ea MONBT L.OAN~D gxoo4 r~ -
Scusomer rs. If postal card and she will Itt Moreno, Pensacola, Fla. Cameras loaded and unloaded free East Gregory St., Pensacola. tate security eat amoua
sierl send pos al card and she 14 WANTED-The people Of Pensacola June of chrge He makes best photo. 29augim Bale w lson A& O.
call wiih amp.'s, or rphon ; 0to cease worrying Let The Journal FOR SALE.-Soda fountain, stock of graphs in iae south. 12 years a leaa- RGULA. MAIL LINr d convey. at .
-,a'i Io i Want Ads solve the problem for yoa. confectioners' and cigars, located re. J ance for travel public. Daily ser- Er LOANEDi
W NTE.- You t know that you can They are expe-: detectives. and can on Palafox street. Can be had at bar- FOR SAL..-10-room house. corner fice each way. From Chlpley to Bay. rMONE rta on hota of LOA
b n'e. cleau u:. papers at this finj the man you are looking for it gain if purchased at once. Apply Es. lot, 3 blocks from Palatox, lot 96z head. Address J. M. Taggle, Chipley, personal propt Buar' nt
,ffic, chl.ap 'le is included in the 25.000 or 30.000 cambia Realty Co. 15aug. 192 on car line. For partlcularsi. i l. 4mch 2 South Paafox St., hon 11
people w'ic make thelpopB ug re o192tondcard l lothine.-... .." _ouTh Patox.i.lao n 14
ANTIT.- Everybody to know that pel nsoolli. on ot FOR SALE.-Nice new cottage (4 quire of Standrd Clothing Co. RAL ETAT no
ctr I~:, sao of Cte .a' be mtatd rooms and hall) between Palafax 2 Jan L STATE In all parts of city.
lut ca": "De evIa.' Now Or:eans Any intelligent person may earn a and Bayen streets on Jordan St. FOR SALE-South half block 211, ou buy the ronad and we will NMa m oa
,, . -of C f andh i B y n stree0 pa-t
o ire.- to. Ja- Sic11ug;:, Prop. good income corresponding for news-. near Saunders Mill: easy terms. Ap- fronting 400 feet on 13th street, by build your house on long time pay on all tOe i o.e r g s
1,;g_" pal.ers; no Canrassing: xperilelf e ly J. W. West at Saunders Mill. 137% feet on Bay Vew Park; also 1men p D. Hall Wllab& 006 Dal rateTa O I
WANTEI).-The public to know that unnecessary. Send for particulars, 22Aug1m* south hahlf of block 21, fronting 400' O en l Wim loans. -%e NeLnC.al .
we a',' pWn ,' t'oft", Roasters of Northern Pres Syndicate, Lockpor', FOR SALE.-Old papers only 10 cents View Park. The only property adjoin- Gent's cloth clsae presge an
Sioria N, w Or. an- Grocery Co, N.. 1Jne3m per hundred. Good for wrapping ing Bay View Park that is now for! telred On short notice. No. 11a s
ks. .n:: ro aug2WANTD--Agents in different cou.- paper and to put under matting. All sale. The beautiful view down the West Government BL, Pensacola, Ll
-'ANTD.-h-Le Mee:caants Traniter, t:es in Florida to hanJie Alpine Safe clean and nice. Journal office bayou and down the bay can never be ---1., 402 8. PALAFOX T.
Co wants your moving and baulm,. and Lock Co.'s Fire and Burglar Proo:f Do you" value your health? Tf so, obstructed. A. V. Clubbs. 30jly FOR ONi DOLLAR AND FIFTY MONE rO ;.t ,ns ai A1 OND?
All breakage guaranteed. T. B. Thor- Safes and Vault Fixtures of every use our pure Blend of Coffee "Dewey" GROW GINSENG. Large profits. CENTS per head, we will haul out wa chs, Chains, Rings ant lil rnd
Fe. Prop. Phone 97. 18junelm. description. Write me for termS. pnd "Schly. New Orleans Grocery Room in your garden. Roots for sale. dead horses, cows, etc. Leave orders ofllat security at lowest re
We ,ant evr ~'odl 'o know that we Scarritt Moreno. Pensacola, Fla., Flo- Co.. Jas. McHugh, Prop. aug 30' Write today for literature. Bucking- at is East Intendencia. Herringi tereL Barns in urd e
are wholesale and rtta:l grocers anu ida Sta:e Azent. 28june. -We have been with you in Pensaco- ham's Ginseng Garden, Zanesville, 0. BroW. foeb p--
rill at the olu a: 1. New Oricani BAY HOTEL-Open ni ht and dy. la since 1S74. and still intend to stay 13aug3mos. 8AILMAKER. to lo.n, in aont
Grocery Co.. Jas. cHugh, Prop. Europea plan. Rooms light with you and serve you with the best FOR SALE-Two- pair extra flne H. PORTER, sallmaker, 71 South 4I$UUU 00.00 and up at 7 and 8
rag30 clean. Trantient trade solicted, S75 of groceries at lowest Anar- young mules, sound and In good Palafoz street Orders taken for per cent. interest. Those. C. Watson
%WAN' ED-Your eit-ctr:c work of al 679 South Paiafo.L Jos. S. NIooiL, ket prices. New Orleans Grocery condition. Also one 2-horse Stude- tents, aswangs, camp stools and house & Co. 6aug
kinds. Let us clean your tans, re- poL Co.., Jas. McHugh, Prop. aug20 baker wagon.,W. S. Garfield. June. cots. etc. Prices reasonable. Ljan .
pair your dynamo, do your wiring etc.
Fbone 570. Pensacola Electric Co.. --- ----- Prf0n0 l a irfV
o--rn Intendenin c ana Baylen street .2%-fAA- t 4 _4 - e I j lU l UICL l


-- -- Ijuneln. 1I' Wf W W W -**. 1t ^ ^ WJt W.W1.W .P..* .^ Wt 1 1gP4^y
WAsNT D-Haulng and transit e
work. Oce phone 363. Residence
Paone 3W. Acosta & White. 22-28 N.
rarragona.__ meh
special Peasacola ad Panama Canal
EiAou.n which will shortly appear. 1
Will Mmtata half-tone Ipictures of city,
harbor and special seen. 15 enta.
Leave orders at Journal ofce.
WANi.i-6xoa--and C. oCa" t Let us attend to the collection of your RENTS. We Intend to
and cotton seed meal sacks. Out of
toWz shipments oleitao. Writ. stick by the post of our duty and make the interest of our
F S. Mellon a Co. _bodaruty make
r K BNUHAM want your mova clients our first consideration. Do not lose faith in your In-
and hauling. He guarantees all break- s


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SECONvL iA.\NU L'UNlTURlU. House
hold ArUclea. Jewelry and any sale
able Arucle waate. We py ca
* for It Address P 0. Box 353. CRy.
THE RENTAL BUSiNESS f our
specialty and your buai will
have careful attention. D. Hale Wil-
%on a Co.


r'cT. A- v- money at nw lowest markmt rates or interest on mpruvw or
ORIST AND CORN MEAL MILLS. Vant r0ea state.
L F. GONrAL -R & COE L GECY
CICE .MEAL AND PURE GROUND < FISHER REA ESTATE A GNCY
GTOCK FEED. If$?
-y your meal and stock feed from 206 South Palaftx Street. Phone 87.
the bome manufacturer, encouTrag4T! 9Z
beo* Industry, contrbute to home
labor, Id leave aor omo ,yaWy"


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R E[ORS91gEk-IL. ot R & 5L
aathbon. Lag 7N
30 K of P., newso @YII
,~71fnrarday eveaingat S:5C4
o'elock In their (CgAe
ba& Ithurd soot,.Bleust.
V OtsoogbumftL ng, buth
wool corner Niafo andA
Garden streets VuidUn ag SW a's
Codamlly welcomed.
IL R .C.VRUTI. 00, C
c.#.Levy. X. of RILA&UL


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Knignts or fo "rabus.
S Meetings of the
Knights of Coluubat
are fieldd at their hall,
No. 8 West lanteme
cia street, on every
Monday eveatig as
7:30 o'clock. As l.I
vitation is extemi


o VtisitIng KniDghts.
JOHN B JOfnsq.
EDM. POX, Grand KalhbL
Recorder.
Pnsacola Led"* No. 4, 1. 00. 0 P.
Pensacola Lodge No. 4. I. 0. O. p.
meets every Thursday evenial at 7:uP
at the new hall on West tumie.
street. VlUntings brothrne Ma-lV
Invited. T. G. STINS N
B. RIt. WITKOVSKI. ecretr
REBFKAH SISTERS
Naomi Lodge No. 10. JLebekak jAO
ters oeets every Monday aliht as
I o'clock to L 0. 0. F. Hf.L Vj
lung sisters cordially invited to s
present. MRS. S. DoTHAYBR.
MISS MAMIE FERMAN. aSe"f(,

M. E. B. A. No. 81 meets flirWt an
third We'dr.es!ay evening at 7:2.) p.
m., Rafford Hall, No. 10 West l t
dencia St.-eet.
A. G. FELL, Prf.
J. L. SWeENEY. Sec.


W.O.W.
Uve Oak Camp No. 1. W 0. W.
meets in Pythian Hall 1lt and Xg4
Wednesday in each month. Visaitta
sovereigns cordially Invited.
F. A BOGHICH. C. C
LESLIE E. BROOIk.. Clerk.
W. 0. W. C., Oak Grove, Mo. 4,
Woodnimn Circle me(t.s last Thursday
of each month at 3:30 p. ta.. 3rd floor
Wlhtroin building. southwest corner
Palafox and Gard'ln strec' Visiting
,o rS i ns c .ordia rv. invr. ,. 1 M s. W.
A. Smi-hb. Cl-rk; .Mr.. M. B. OlSS,


Guardian.
PATTILLO CAMPBELL,
Attorneyat,-Law, IM r
Room 405 Thiewsn Building.
BUGf Steamship C.
THOSE. PEDLEV, STEAMER TARPON
LAW. REAL ESTATE, LOANS AND W. G. BARROW, Master.
COLLECTIONS FIRST-CLASS PASSENGER AND
PALAFOX AND ROMAN. FREIGHT EPNRViCE
PHONE 659. -Between-
PENSACOLA, MOBILE, APALAoCm
J. P. STOKES COLA, CARRABELLE. ST. AN.
Attorney and CunsUor at La w DREWS, MILLVILLSI
108 East Government Street. And all points on St. Andrew
General Law Practice. Carrabelle and Apaahjcoila.
SCHEDULIL
S Leave Penisacola Sunda, U
GEORGE DOUVILLEM ., for Mobile, Ala.
A RAave Pensacola, Tuetda). $:10 p.
ATTORNEY-AT-LAW. .a for St. Andrews, MIllvuie, Ap.
Room 500 Thleen B'Id. Phone 734. la cicola, Carrabelle and in:irmnedi
points.
WEL&SMITH", For ad ltonal inf fomation aply .
WELSH SMITHJ ^KSA.DL
E. R. COBB, PrmidAL
DENTIT. Gen. Frt. and Pass. AgL
DENTIT. Pensaco.a, a.
Fisher Building, 2041/a South PalafoxP
Street.
PHONE 525. B. WRIGHT & co

DR. JNO. B. TILLER, Manufacturer of
ar.1 D,.alsrq In
Dentlte LUMBER. LATHS, SAWEDGfPRES
SHiNGLES AND KILN-
Room 8, Brent BuIldfng. Phone, DRIED SAPS.


3U-


Perfect Title!


That means much to the man buying a home. as a'so to
those who buy for an investor' Very few realizethe
number of clouded titles that xis~ :n this as well as in
other cities.


We Can Give You a


Perfect Abstract


of all propert!cs in
Pensacola and E'~tmbia for one hundred and twenty-five
years past. Don't buy unless you know the title is.
*).ar


Pensacola Investment Co.
a MA. A inM mo Ct ua..
W. L KRWlJ, P relLt. L B. SlI N Secretary.
J 1. L TrLUA, V PlATS01o zw e. K"unWLS FYo, Tresur.
MOM So- Pegox s, Poencl la. -fto--.
215 South Palaftx Street, Pensacola, Florida.


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II&M


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WANTED


A Nioe Investment, Corner House on 7th Avenue, rents for $7 7 2 K
per month, house In first-class condition, 6 25C9

A Six-Room House on East Belmont street, a nice home, at $1400


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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, TUESDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 19, 1905.


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Walter S.


General Deal


7lcydes, Bicyd
- 2 lr AAe*


UnAnrin


,GEORGIA HEALTH ADDITIONS


OFFICERS


ON


A DolW s Worth tor a St


Boya


New Trunk,


lnd Bag


or


Suit Case.

You need one for that
moun a.;n 'rip. The best
to be hlad ar here. Th-!y
are made 4or service and
posses,. (wr- little con-
venience that gives com-
fort to tic traveler.




John White
Outfitter to Men and Boys
205M207 S. Palafox.
Phone 225.


Sent to Jacksonville to Intecept A Number of Contributions


Travel from Pensacola to
Georgia Points.

The Jacksonville Metropolis says:
'Two spt'ial reprsenta1i'es of the
'S:Rae PBard of Health of Ge )rgia
2iave been sent to Jacksonville for
the purpose of watching travel from
this point, so that no people from
Pensacola section can go into Geor-
g.a.
This action is entirely unneces
sary., as the tState Health Board of
Florida has rigid quarantine regula-
tions in force in liscambia county.
wT.hich is nearly 300 miles 'from Jack-
sonville. Besides, too, our city
health officer, Dr. Miller, and his
corps of assistants are on the al rit.
ard every incoming train is inspect-
(d. Nobody is allowed' 'in Jackson-
%vl'I( from the extreme wvest'-rn part
of tfae State or outside? of the State,
unless -hey have health certificates.
Compliment Florida Methods.
The. i\vo r, )rose*n:aiives h.r' from
AtIlanta are Dr H. H. Humphries and.
J P. Paramore,. who av, (, ;sablishl d
Lhadqrar: ,rs at the A'vxandria Ho-
t'l. near the union depot. where thte>
can wa'ch travel. Thby explain tC i ir
. i :'t.i1;g,1 h'r ), a- 'J(ilow s:,
\\'e h:a\c be.n sent to Jack.' n-


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p li le for hc purp*osv of watching .m i(rcai Na'i,,nal Bank......
ravel. Of mrse w. n d, not re-ar-i, Co.noli t di(oi Gr)ry( Co......
tr -,-, s a& an .n:. .. ; .:: .. i.c, t. . i,,, :'. .............
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e M.. : :1%,- B ard o' U !4alsI ha- IAe Daniel ..................
h, .'i! iimake otr v.ork t.x-, W 'p 'n ...... ..........


a numgs.
CYCLES REPAIRED.
CYCLES FOR RENT.
Iron Safes. Cash Rgistqrs. Ty:, -
writers, Gur.. Pist,,': Locks and Ulit'
brellas -repaired.
awn Mowers. Scissors KnivE,.
eU.. sharpened
Most complete rine of keys in the
eity.
Try Hootton', Messna- Se-vice
wben In a hurry to send messages.


12 EAST INTENDENCIA
PHONE 1133.


Pabst


Blue Ribbon

Bottle Beer,
has no equal.
Sold everywhere.

S A. Friedman


Wholesale Distribut
Leader in Importe-
and Liquors.
PHONE 179.
No. 31 SOUTH PALAFO,
PEN'ACOLA. FLA.


Tobacco



Smoke


Drives


Away


Mosquitoes.


Smoke and Be


Protected.


LITTLE


MINISTER )I

CT X SA.


IS THE K;NG
OF ALL


5c CIGARS.

TRY ONE!


Lewis Bear


Co.
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FEEL IMPENDING iE): (On.


wll see one of the bMiest I
S mOVEiME S IN COTTN the
has ever known. To share Im
immense profits of this move
read out advertisement of Sin
September 17th, adW sead at
your subscription'te the

;w Cotton Funm
Make checks to the order of D
t J. Sully, 49 Exchange place, New
DANIEL J. SULL

i


A number of donations towards the
relief fund were received yesturay T
by ':fe finance committee and were, I URPENTINE STILL
placed t.) ae credit of the fund.
Thr- s*ill lacks. however, quite a MliS
sum, but inasmuch as there are a, an r
nunmL. r of the most prominent bui- Manufacturiers,
iess houses and ciens who hav I ALABAM
no, as v't given anything towards lMOBILE, ALA13AM
ihe fund, it is more than probable
iiat the desired amount-$5,000-- .Pi
will be raised at an early date. MKJJ I
Yesterday the executive committee A .S\ M4
the members of which have charge
of auditing and ordering paia' all Naval Stores Market.
moneys from the treasury held a[ Savannah, Ga., Sept. 18.-The n
meeting and audited a number of ace- stores markett closed to-day as
counts. I lows:
A feature of the day was the work WW .. .. .................. 5
being done by the colored auxiliary WG.. .. .. .. .............. 5
committee among the colored people. N .. .. .. ...... .. .. .. ....4
A committee had been appointed M. .. . ..................4
and within a few hours haa raised a K.. ...................4..
neat sum, which will be turned over I .. .. .......... ... ..4....
to ihe finance committee. H .. .. .. .. ................ 4
The Subscriptions. G. ............ ........4
The total subscriptions to at? are F................ ...... 4
as- follow s: E .. . . .. .. .. .. .....


First Nat onal Bank..........
*i r ( .


$500 o I). .. .. . . .. .. .......
200 ',0 C . . . . . ........... 3
20000 Spirits T6rpr :;ie 2 .cenis.


250.0"
100.1)0

lotoLe, open..
10. QtY Ciozc. .
10,9~0

10 90 OP,,
10001 C lose.
I -W i4.

25.01 Sepreml-

25M In ollown

O'i 0' K-rir' L
20A 0..Tinge,
2')) ouver.
25Mt).i


Hannah Hro s .. ..............
P. -.:( 's Bank ........ .......
',n-ac!'a Wa'er Company....
I ,' E. Brooks. .............
.1. .M. ('Ce....................
",.'i,a'la JJnvostient Co.....
M F (, 'za ;' ................
S. rin Stfa s LLulhr C') ....
CO'n,, .)l azed Naval S tris Co..
;crman-.\AUerican Luthber Co..
.::ndT c:.- M il: Co........... .
1. R. S 'a:,i rs.............. .
' :- .c ,. S:. Andrews &
S :: ':i:p Co ..........
'1 Kug "an ................
I (; . W ,.'o .................
S i' c.t "r Co............. .
.rfn -. ( ", ( irj: .... ..........
\. F. Warren ................
M. L. Ro. h .................
I in B. .1,mn"' .................
T. H. 1,I:nn : & Co ...........
V\t'r.i. T,'."-: ... t, .)n ............
( ''r r 'm i4e ..........
CTh",! r r ",. H' e t, e ..........
. . . . . . .
,.)';v:lit> ';U ni ,' :" ; I:an C,.
'': Av.'t .,. & R P ,e ...........
' ;c i :' ( . . . .. . . . . .. .
K r, .. ...... .. .. ... .
!a. :, W\:!-on ..............
S. A ver -. ..................


,




Stomach Bitters
Sis u.-td ex:.u's lively by
hundreds of women and

:A i jj :i~~lsI


peculiar to them. All
sickly women should try


a v'lc


It n.vcr fails.


COTTON MARKET.
Liverpool.
Oct.-Nov. N,)v.
.. .. .. . .5.4' 5
.. .. .. .5.50 5


New York.
Oct.
.. .. . 10. I';
.. .. ..... 10.31


Dn.c.
10.;':
103 7


Mt


Nr1RtNS OR BELLS


MANY VESSELS IN THE BAY
MAY BE SUBJECT TO FINE
FOR INADEQUATE EQUIP-
MENT.

Man.\ e"ssels dine business inll
P'n.-aco;a bay art, probably layin.--
thetm<-'lit, ;ia!'.le to line :,.y the U. S.
og t ,'rnnr'n lor not b,,ting prop.-rly
e < Ili e'd with vwhi,- es, blIls or log
h rnis and lor theIir- :nf :uii..:oi; Thle
Ji,, na. publish s some extract.-
lit ni the rults as ar. llo:-
Extract from int'rnafiona. rules
,'t 1S97 which appl-es to all vesseis
of th, Urnliod S;ates which go be-,
)ond t he h bist:ing buklv at the en-
:rance of Caucus Channel: "A steam
Vt-,-el sha,. be provided with an ef
ti :,.nt whistle or s:ren. sounded by
slam. so placed that the sound may
.i intercepted by an y o'bsruction.
and witn an efficient fog horn, to be
sounded by mechanical means, and
..-, w;i'h an efficient b,11l. A sailing
\,'se: of twen:y tons gross tonnag.-'
p : *p -'a sha.: 'i provided with a
similar fog horn an,! bt!l." e
Kxvract front inland rut s of 1S97.
hich applies to al vessels of th
l'n :", S'-a:.s whc i navica-e in Pu'L-
..,c, a hi:1 and "r t':ar.os and do
':; go 1b,.y ,'::;d :hi .' v h: in buoy
a,. ,.e '..::ancc o0 Cau, .' Channel:
. A s:aai \':1 s.-l sLaU a'. prodded
\:-'i an fficien: wh,.- 'e or siren,
. ":;de'e hI, -team or t,. sonfit. SuLesti
,':, for steam, so ;,:act d tha: hz
n ,;:. iaay not be i::it rc~ -t l by any
<"s*('tl:Son and with an efficient fog
horn; a'so wi:-h an efficient bell. A
s.,.l.ng ves( I of :wenty tons gros
tonnage ,r upwanrd sha:: be ;rovidd
r';;h a similar l'o horn and: bell."
The p.x i'y f,,- a .ai'ur' n obe'-
:nT: 7.-t' r7 :`,.- is $L'I


Low :- re at Sot.,'rn Hoeil
room-: an hoard.


make~
inter
BULL
vo~M

Iment


REiL ESTATE


TRANSFERS


THE RELIEF



FUND


.Ja;.
I li.411


Local Cotton Market.
Pern--;i oa. cottO- market f:.'
-:r IS is reported biy C. Gun-
ort. F. O. B. c.:ton brok'o ;r, -
i .ing. ..................I
. . . . . . . . . . . :
.wv I l. i-g ........... '
s ani stains from ... to i'


S C, Gorton & Brown..............
1560) Thos. P'.bley........ ........
2! -orbes Furniture Co ..........
i 0 oo N.C. Fo- r :eim '. ............
I.0 f tl. G. DeSilva & Co............
10., ,VW A. D'Alemberte ............
1 .- l1 s. M cHu!h . .. ...........
2 001, Sol Cahn & Co.............
- B. (Cerson...................
5 .1. Ka i.er ..................
f.., xreen & W atson ............
10.0 '1. C. VanPelt.................
25 0) tho Pcnac:',la .To; nal.........
5.00 N~ aB St IS I':Ct)n.t Co......
\. B3. W\ i-.',t Co ............


.N A poslle ...... ............
icDa t id hi-i 'r Co .. ..........
II. G Bushnle i ................
A. A. Fis 'r. ...............
i ;. i-a ars C ,). .. . ... .. .. . .
i' :sac cl Lui!;blbi"r ('.) .......
F. C. B. ent ..................
,j ,n She;- nrd ....... ........
A. L* ..., 1D..................
J L. r ......... ..... .......
1. 1. 1 a .in ...............
Guif Maciine CBo ..............
0. H. Snil;h & So. n............
E :, io : y .. .. ....... ....... .
JW\'.B La.ar .................
Sc ir:'ir ?,ltrr(no ..............
W S. n o a. o ..............
Ma .'. G1 o\'e:-.> Co ............
tH M. Tl.l r ...... ..............
F. 0. HowP & C-)............
J. C. rt r. .... ................
J A Ch.:1.:F n ..................
H h. T .o :; n................ .
.I. R on ii ... ...............
.1. P. Wi!l:Iams Co ............ I
T. A. Jennings ............... 1
Geo. W. Wright.............
Cash .. ....................
A&', ('iniman r ...........
Frank Reilly ..............
r .,' liaan................
i). r-annhc.sser ..............
H. 0. Auson ...................
Mar-t.'on & Qulna .............


W. J. & B. Forbes..........
N. Goldring ..................
Cash.......................
W. H. White & Co..... .....
: Warren Fish Co..............
Pensacola Stabies ............
C. Thiesen ..................
Southern Bell Telephone Co..
J. S. MeGawuehey.............
Armour Packing Co...........
i Dubuisson Bros .............
Star Laundry ...............
L. S. Brown & Co............
Judge H. Bellinger............
"Marks & Gayle ..............
; Swift & Co.. .................
I Mrs. Fannie Henderson ......
McKenzie Oerting & Co., .....
Colored List.
Big Zion Sunday school ....
M. M. Lewey. (Sentinel ....
Jos. H. James, ..............
W. H. Harvey ...............
Moses Lyman ...............
'Richard Morris ..............
C ash .........................
L. F. And ?rson ............
Marion Blue .................
SPreston Gordon ..............
Aaron Johnson ...............
St. Paul church ........... .
SThe soliciting committee of
auxiliary committee is comros
i3. M. Lewey, chairman; Jo
SJames, secretary; Rev. G. B
liams, R. H. Blount, R. Morris,
G. W. Lewis, Rev. Thos. Belli
NICE. FRESH MOBILE OYS
ON THE HALF SHELL AT
APOSTLE'S RESTAURANT E%
DAY.


THERE'S NOTHING TO BE GAINED BY DELAY,


and every day's neglect on your par: to ik.)ure your life
but Jeopardizes yo'ir family's wt It'ifar-


INSURE TO-DAY IN THE EQUITABLE.


Insurance,
Fire, Life.


Knowles Bros.


Gen'l Agts
Pensacola


THE WATCH


'-1 Following is a list of the real estate
OMle estate transfers for the week ending
September 16, furnished by L. S.
Brown & Company:
d Joe Botts to C. H. Smith, 10 acres
in NE corner lot 1. Sec. 4, Tp. 5 N.
R. 30 W., $350.00.
)aniel vW A. Blount to R. E. L. Daniell, lots
York 3 to 13, Inclusive, in block 68, New
Y. City, $1000.00.
Rosa Brown and C. C. Brown to W.
P. Taylor, 14 acres in RE corner lot 1,
Sec. 23, Tp. 5 N. R. 31 W., $225.00.
W. H. Connor to Mrs. M. C. Mc-:
Cauley, lot 26, except that portion
S heretofore conveyed by John Nash,
Chas. and Frances Nash to J. J. Hoo-
CO ton, all lot 27. and East 10 ft. of ltc
28, all being in block 4 of West King
Tract. Belmont No., $450.00.
Lee Daniell to Chas. M. Hoffman,
IA. lots 18, 19. 20 and 23, in block 139,
West King, $30.00.
S J. J. Hooton to A. A. Fisher, north
half black 106 in East King Tract,
Belmont numbering, $1.(0 and other
considerat ions.
C. W. Lamar ant M. E. Clark to
naval Minnie Colegarro. loi 5 in block 3, *
tol Donelson Tract, $10').00 and otihr con-
siderations.
50 Christian Thiesen to Gertrude
10 Vaughn and Alma Price. lots 13 and
65 14, in block 19, East King, $1900.00 *
60 T. T. Wright, trust ,e, James F.
55 O'Shaughnessy to Danie'l A. Kend'l.'",
50 all blocks 72. 73. 73 an.l '.3, also S,',
45 of blocks 51. 71, 9!' an I 1l. lots .t, 2. ".
40 4. 5. ;. 7, S and 9 in Nt- block 70. 1 )s :
35 22. 23 and 24 in block 52. lots 10 to o
.4 15 2 1. inclusive. in blo'k 7I. lots 1 to, 6 *
701 inncl';,ive anl fr ct:;.'nal part 7 in h k. *
35 110. lot s 1, 2. 3 and 13 to :4. inc',-ive. -
in 'lh"o k f-2. lots 17 to 21 inclusive, 'n
block 94, all in Dallas Tr'.r Sc. 29.
Tp. 22 R. 30 XV.. $1.0., ,i r co.-
S-ii ratlIons.
T. C. Wa-soni rt I.I D)an',. 11 ] 12
-Dec. in block 74. New (Ci;:. $1.00 a:. ,1: ).A considerar ions.
.52 .;Santo to A. A.L Fi.- 'i'. N1.. k'Vol
1 ,' East Kine. Br itlut nuint ) :r '
S?1.00 and o: !ir c mr id' :l.'- ons.


Arrivcd.
A i t B: I, Iino Ir Pnr.''!> 2 7
T :. .c o to Gui f Tr.i !-: Co.


v' CIF-S N R T.


iO4wO'- 4,. Br s,;. Brnown, 1 1 7. San
UKNa ) i We WS. K 'i*-, 0.'U.

'5. D)iiciA(e. Br s~s, lharrit'V n, :2,s., Far'..

25 it :fitt zt,)iF. () JlJ'xe & Co.
10 t W 'a ,od:1,P." I'f;r' 177. Pa,. ?I.
25AI' Hel~msilq ,Br. sN, Bed~awjt Ws;
2 -.J i - V l

1 ) M''.'iveunjoup Tyre twcltt'

2510 1i' AU 1"craer.
21 l. UIi n H* 'a h' 'i P f.'
nI Sm '; -nm F"ta o.ZSn, Q
i 4, 1 ':.'- .*


I V4

25 Cj


loi


5 0 -)

10 '1 )


;,''i:,r G or -:-. -) M' ni 'I,-,,
i-',fl Mnasttr.

Bolgen. Nor 'b i 'n or:
S.aiuni i to or ""
Pie'-y Cry,-' Nor k C'.:;I n.


4 -


Ccrk to r:as'.

Hiu':..,n. No; I.:. Knr : .-.':t. 77. Lai-
!c: ;o o:'('er.
Kosimo. Nor Wb. latv-,n. 1 .
Lendon.
L anta Bar.,ra. Port ,;k. Ca.rr ..a.
6T3,. Orcr; to- ii P: a' & Co
Werwor. Nor )',. T,;r.ers.on.
R1o0 tc-rdam.

Donna Cb'i's;:a. A:n .h. Axlsen.
165. Belize to m:r.or
D)oris. Am sc W. ': 'i,. 210 Hia
El:a. Br sph, H!e:,ry, ry. 2.E i.a
vana.
Hijaimar. Am :o.. Ax>': n .n 7, ',I
-'os,,v to Guif Tr..pnlt Co
Noas, Rus sch in.en -e, 333, G.oJ-


25.0n center' to Master


Estate !


We are prepared to take all

the real estate that is on the


ma: istof.


073
1.% e
L~iell


Phone 1052.


Realty


Co.


Fisher Building.


11~


NO YELLOW FEVER


r!L. I -! te!


No Backache!


as long as you drink


Gr^'e^n
1'.,-w a


River


S The Offidal Whiskey of the United States Government,



I THE LEWIS BEAR CO..


100.)) ...00 .'.
15.}00 ..g,: ,,: in;t-:, ..... '-^-,' :. : 4-. ;( A "C lT
5.00 "L TERSELY TOLD A j
100.10 1 BUSINESS LOCAL.S. -
10.00, )*- -W
5.29 1i Hendrl'x & Carpon'er wi'l furnish a Oaz'-- '
25 001
,10,0! estimates on bildin. and painting; I _l^ 1
15 Q-and give personal att'-,nion to, work. g fl/ V
932 E. Strong, and 324 East LaRua U Jsa t*
i0 street Consunmers' Iee and
50 001 C Offce--orser Chase and Tarragona.
25 00 McKinzie Oerting Co., wholesale er e and Taana
2 51 and retail ship chand, ers and grocers,
10 00 the only fi-st-class house of the kindi
in Pensacola. Fair I '.es to all. ,-,
5 00
2 50 Why use Inferior paper, when you
5 ,, can buy Kelso Bond, F-ench Dimity, *
2) ,, Kara Linen, or Crane's Bond at C. v : The Ga R ange in ti
1 00 Thompons 30 S. Palafox. in
5 09
55 Sauer's extracts are thr, Standard. A
2 0o Guaranteed pure. All others are 0 G Ot A tU UC 1
1 00 mere imitations. Ask for Sauer's. 0
1 00i
1 00i Low rates at Southern Hotel tor It does away with all the smt
7 0!rooms and board. the use of cal and wood, an
ed ofl CREW NOTICE. easily kept clean as any other
os. H Neither the captain, own- 0
Wil- ers nor consignees of the 0
, Rev. i Br. as "Saba will oe re-
nger. sponsible for debts cona, : P E rA AO LA
traced by the crew of said PENWSA COLiA
TERS! vessel. *0
NICK H. E HOUAADAY, Master. 27 East Garden Street.
VERY PENSACOLA LUMBER CO..
consignee. oi O***** ** *@9m49


S.





nd WOOD

Fuel Company.
Phone 259.


0444$$ sasmasnaa


he Kitchen i


leAnliness.

noke and dirt inside
d makes the kitchen
r room in the hou



GAS C
Phone 14
0 I"m. .*...


asa




Int to
nas*
ISC



0004


The Union Central Life

has a lower death rate, lower expense rate. and hlzhwr
tKerest rate thbn any company doing business in Florida.
A should be eawy for you to decide the rest.

B. S. Williams, General Agent,






Iron Works and Supply Co.
Manufacturers and Repairers of
* MACHINERY AND BOILERS
S FORGINGS, MILL AND STEAMSHIP SUPPLIES
. STEAMSHIP REPAIRS A SPECIALTY
Prompt attention given to a:. orders, day or -ight. Agents
: for James McKay & Co.'s cecbrated Log ani Timber DogS, also
* Cdiairs of all descriptions.
Office Phone 123,. PHIL WIT-MAN. Mgr.
: Residence Ph'one 1029. P. 0. Box 123.
t%!!Wt3w 33rs%< !nv 1ttw: W ::11..tr3:1::1:>>::
.4


Wanted-


Added to the Long Lis
Yesterday.


ter. Yt~ f :~ 4 t li 4f
Wines t ".a. c.


X ST. :"a..




1) Alcoiberte Iru-~.t ad Ah '-
-t(. -~ l a o i.


TRUNKS,


SUIT CASES.
For the comfort and con-
vvnienc of ( your Jour-
ne:.. whether it be by
land or water, e e have a
variety of such requisites
as Trunks, Suit Cases,
etc.


LESS TO

PAY FOR THEM

here than at most stores,
and longer service, be-.
cause .hcy're the best
quality goods that can be
made.

Trunks, $2.75 to $15.00.
Suit Cases, $2.25 to $8.00.
Telescopes, 50 cents to $125.




H. o. ANSON
CASH CLOTHIER
Phone 297

Cor. Main and Palafox Sts.


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